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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY EVE., JUNE 8, 1882.
: The Evening Bulletin Is published
dally, and -served lreo of postage at 0
cents per -week; 25 cents per month; 75ceuts
per three months ; 31.50 per six months, and S3
per year, payable in advance.
IWTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN
ANY Ol HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS'
We are authorized to announce JAMES P.
11ARBESON, of Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action of the
Democracy in convention assembled.
Editor Bulletin: I regret to see from the
communication of your correspondent
" Democrat," in Daily Bulletin of 7th
inst., that lie has entirely misapprehended
and misconstrued my article upon Congressional
Candidates in your issue of the
5th inst. Certainly no reflection upon our
present representative in congress was expressed
in my communication, nor was
any intended! nor will the article bear
such construction. Be it said to his credit
and the honor of the democratic party,
that Judge Phister entertained a higher
appreciation of the dignity and importance
of the position, a deeper sense of that dignity
which should belong to an aspirant
for congressional honors than descend to
the ground scuffle to which I referred in
my former communication. In point of
ability and sound judgment, he certainly
could not be classed among the sickly kind
of representatives we have sometimes been
burdened with in the past. I simply
meant to say that too many of the sickly,
punysort are aspiring to the position, who
imagine themselves conopeteni to fill any
office to which they may aspire from
County Attorney to President of the United
I perfectly agree with " Democrat" that
" true statesmanship does not consist in
the ability to orate upon any and all subjects,
at any and all times ; but the misfortune
is, that we have some fellows in the
party, longing for office, who are always
ready, and like Barkis, always willing to
" bob up serenely" on the stump, in the
Court House, anywhere, and display either
their Adonis-like beauty of lorm and elegance
of fashion, or their ignorance, in the
vain hope and expectation that they will
paralize the the public and the dear democrats
in particular with their superior
sense, oratory and statesmanship. Shades
of the departed great, where are you ! It
is time that such presumptious fellows
who persist in thrusting themselves before
the party should be squelched. Damage
enough to the usefulness of the democratic
party has already been done by this small
The chief purpose of my former communication
was to invite the attention of
Mason county democrats to their status
in the selection of a congressional candidate
for the coming election, and to warn
them against bartering away their opportunity
for exerting an influence for good
in the convention that shall nominate such
candidate, by committing themselves to
any aspirant from our county for the place,
with no possible show of success. A lifetime
of devotion to the principles of the
democratic party, and a sincere desire for
its success, prompts me to this expression
of my opinion.
Let us hold up high the standard of fitness
for congressional honor ; let us place
upon a higher .plane the standard of intelligence
and abilitv, thereby investing
ouryoung men with a greater estimate and (
larger appreciation ol the value of true
greatness, and inciting them to greater
effort to attain it. We cannot do this by
picking up any man of the party of very
ordinary talent and meagre qualification
for so (distinguished a place. Citizen.
Mrs. Frank S. Allen died at Sharps-
burg on Monday.
The harvesting of the wheat crop it is
thought, will begin about the 15th inst.
Col. Thomas Owens, one of the leading
lawyers of Mt. Olivet, has removed to
Mr. Reid, the attomev for Guiteau, has
made his last motion on behalf of the as
eassin, and it has been denied. The hanging
will not be postponed. .
Hon. "Win. T. Forrest died suddenly of
paralysis in Cincinnati.
The Patent Office at Washington has
been doing a big business lately.
June frost reported in the vicinity of
Millersburg, 0., Monday night.
The Chicago brickmakers have accepted
a compromise and gone to work.
The corner stone of the New York Exchange
building was laid Tuesday.
Henry Rodee's large flouring mills at
Ogdensburg, N. Y., burned ; loss, $75,000.
President Arthur's Cabinet held a long
session considering the Tariff Commission.
Active preparations are making for shipments
of grain from California via New
Orleans for Europe.
The Ohio corn crop is reported to be in
bad shape. This has been the coldest
corn planting in twenty years.
The corporators of the Garfield Memorial
Hospital have elected a list of officers,
including Samuel F. Miller, for President.
The harvest prospects in several counties
of Ireland are reported excellent.
There will also probably be good crops in
The Hillsdale boat club, which goes to
Europe as the representative American
four-oared crew, left Hillsdale, Michigan,
Two of the striking rioters at Brighton,
111., where Judge Pillsbury was wounded,
have been identified. Several others are
The Irish constabulary report three
hundred and ninety-six outrages during
May, and two murders besides the Phoenix
Park assassinations. I
The boot and shoe makers of Cincinnati
have appointed a committee to confer
with the manufacturers' committee as to'
the means of avoiding strikes. J
Ex-Chief Engineer Drake, of the Cold-water
(Mich.) Fire Department, is held for j
trial charged with burning buildings, to,
prove the efficiency of his department. '
One hundred students were graduated'
from the Eclectic Medical Institute, Tuesday.
There were some young ladies in '
the class and one of them took the silver
A federal court in Little Rock has
awarded a plaintiff $4,900 damages against
a railroad company, for putting him off the
train because the time of his excursion
ticket had run out.
W. J. Hutchins has been expelled from
the New York Stock Exchange. It is'
charged that he-swindled John R. Duff, of,
Boston, whose broker and attorney hej
was, out ot 2,000,000.
The Ancient Order of United Workmen
now in annual session in Cincinnati, had a
net increase of 310 lodges the past year,
and a net increase of 16,706 members. The
total membership is now 101,685.
Charles Gregor)'-, a school teacher,
near Morristown, Ind., who last
week shot and slightly wounded a big rebellious
boy named Anderson, has been
acquitted by the jury before whom he was
The Ohio Board of Public Works has
employed" Judge Haynes.'of Dayton, to
prosecute the 0., C. O". & I. Railroad Company
for trespass on the bed of the Miami
and Erie Canal, near Franklin, Warren
At Gladwin, Mich., Win. Stevenson
went home late and his wife refused to let
him in. He hung around an hour and attempted
to crawl in through a window,
when his wife plugged his head with a revolver
bullet and killed him.
The total bonded debt of the State of
Ohio is $5,201,GG5.
Ex-Governor Moses, of South Carolina,
has been sent to the New York penitentiary
for six months, for petit larceny.
The way of the is hard.
Henry White on trial at Lexington
charged with purloining bonds from the
Fayette National Bank has been ajudged
guilty and sent to the penitentiary for two
The committee on parade for tho opening
day of the Cincinnati exposition have
decided to have a pageant illustrating the
various epochs in the history of the city
on tableaux cars.
SALE A Newfoundland dog. Three-1
years-old ; well trained for farm dutles,and
fond of clilldiou. Will be sold at a bargain.
Address J04t V. R. BURNS, Concord, Ky.
STOCK community and Ohio, as a n liable
and clever man.has established regular monthly
sales at his livery stable in Ripley, O. These
sales occur on the fourth Saturday in each
month, are well patronized and are growing in
favor, with both buyers and sellers. At the
last sale twenty head of horses wero sold at
good prices. GEO. C. GOGGIN,
LOST I fit if you
j do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
Four Doors Below the Postoffice,
HAS OPENED HIS
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
Jce Cream for sale by the gallon or half gallon.
Wedding Parties furnished on short notice.
Received dally at JOHN WHEELER'S
Irosscl 'atfisli,icr lb 12c
Salmon " 810c
Pure Caudles oud Canned Goods a specialty.
Ten-Horse Threshing Machine,
made at Hamilton, Ohio, nearly good as new,
will be bold at a bargain. Enqulie at
T. K. BALL & SON'S
Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails,
permanently cured without the slightest pain
or blood, no acid used, by Dk. L. Siraonsen,
now at ROOM NO. 5. CENTRAL HOTEL. Dr.
6. remained one hundred days at Louisville
and three weeks iu Frankfort, five weeks in
Lexington and two weeks In Danville.
NOTICE The doctor will remain here only
for a short time. Has no agents. He Is only to
be seen at the hotel. Send for circular, free.
Contractors and Builders
NEW COUNTY JAIL.
PROPOSALS will be received at
the office of the County Judge In the city of
Maysville, Masou County, Kentucky, until 1
o'clock p.m., on
Thursday, June 22, 1882,
for furnishing all the material and labor required
In the erection, construction and completion
of a new Jail Building In the City of
Maysville. Mason County, Kentucky, for the
County of Mason, State of Kentucky, according
to plans and specifications for the
same, as furnished by Edgar J. Hodgson, architect,
Indianapolis, Indiana. Plaus and sped
flcatlons can be seen at the Judge' ufiice on and
after June 12th, or at 87 West Washington
street, Indianapolis. Indiana. Said building
will be required to be finished ou or before the
1st day of February, A. D. 1832.
All bids must be accompanied by a satisfactory
bond in the penal sum of 812,(00. Said
bond must be certified toby the Clerk of the
County, in which the sureties reside, that the
same is good and sufficient beyond a doubt.
Blanks will be furnished by the Juoge of said
County. All blanks must be filled out, and no
bids win be entertained unless saia oianss are
used without provisions or suggestions added.
Estimates will be made as the work progresses,
and' 10 per cent, will bo deducted, from
same and retained until the completion and
acceptance of the woric by Architect and Committee.
The Committee reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. GARRETT S. WALL.
Chairman Building Committee, Maysville, Ky.
June 0, 1882. J7w2td2w
riiHR genuine COLUMBUS buggies, phaetons,
X carriages and spring wagons manufactured
from the best material that money can buy by
Wm. Huston & Co.. Columbus, O., are bought
and sold by MYALL & RILEY. All are invited
to call and inspect the work before purchasing
aa we are determined to save the public money.
No. 7, Second, and No. 18, Sutton streets,
Kentucky Central R. R.
Tho Direct and Cheapest Route to
2 Trains Daily ("Except Sunday; 2
MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI,
making sure connections with all lines for tho
North, South, East and West
Holders of Through Tickets have their Baggage
checked through to destination.
Special Rates to Emigrants.
RRound trip tickets to CINCINNATI
on sale at greatly reduced rates.
Time table In effect May 14. 1832.
STATION. EX. AC.
A.M. P. 51
Lve.MaysvllIe. 5 45 12 3
44 Sum'itt 5t912 44
' Clark's.. 6 C8 12 51
" Mars'll.. 6 18 12 50
" Helena. 0 25 1 07
" John'u.. 6 34 1 15
EHz'lle 0 42 1 22
" Ewing... 0 47 1 20
" Cowan.. 6 53 1 31
" P. Val'y. 7 03 1 40
" Meyers.. 7 10 1 47
" Carlisle. 7 25 2 0.
" Mil'bu'g 7 49 2 25
P.Ju'c'n S 20 2 5'J
Arr. Paris 8 25 3 00
Arr.Lex'ton 9 20 7 00
Arr.Cov'ton 11 45 0 15
A. 31. P. M
Trains land 2 on Main Line run Dally, others
Daily except Sunday.
at Lexington with the C & O R R for Ashland,
Huntington and all points in the East and.
Southeast with the C N O & T P R R. tor
and the South, with the LdcNRR for
Frankfort and Louisville.
" For Tickets, rates on household goods, Folder's
description of the western country .through
time tables etc., call on or address,
W. C. SADDLER,
Agt., Maysville, Ky.
G. T. A. Flemlugsburg.
Or any agent of the K C R R.
C. S. BROWN,
G. P. and F. A.
Covington, Flemingsbnrg and Pound Gap
Connecting vith Trains on K. C. R. R.
Leave Fleming sburg for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
9:18 a. ni Maysville Accommodation.
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. in. Maysville Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Fleraingsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K. C. R. R.:
0:23 a. m.
9:48 a. m.
4:00 p. m.
V:37 p. m.
MRS. M. V. C "TJLTER has reopened the
HILL HOUSE and is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour during the
day. my 156m
WE ARE SELLING
TjiULL STANDARD, good style PRINTS at 5
cents a yard. Full stock of SUMMER DRESS .
GODSO, PARASOLS and FANS.
BURGESS & NOL1N,
Buggies ! Buggies ! !
"Wo have for sale the celebrated
T. T. HAYD0N BUGGIES,
from 805 upwards. T. K. BALL & SON.
LOOK AT THIS!
- H -W
to close out my business, I have
WISHING the nrice of many articles. I
have a lull stock of goods, and offer them at the
lowest price; either Wholesale or retail. Call
desiring a delkjht'ul surburban
home.woulu not fall to be sultedjby calling
on me, as I wish to sell
-where Inow reside. Termseasy. . .0
A. J. MoDOUGLE.