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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
FRIDAY EVE., JUNE 9, 1882.
carTEiors: The Evening Bulletin Is published
dally, and served lree of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents
per three months ; SI. 60 per six months, and 83
per year, payable in advance.
SSBTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
ANY OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
We are authorized to announce JAMES P.
11ARBESON, of Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action or the
Democracy in convention assembled.
Lexington has telephone connection
with Georgetown and Versailles.
By the change through the last election
in Oregon, the Legislature will he a tie on
Tijkre is no change in the situation at
Pittsburg, but the workmen have increased
hope of final success.
The expense account of the congressional
trip to Yorktown foots up nearly $S,000
for liquors alone. The account has just
been approved by congress and ordered
paid. .. m .
Utah is about to ask admission into the
Union as a state. At the constitutional
convention held a few days hgo at Salt
Lake City, a memorial covering the Subject
was prepared for presentation to Congress
at an early day.
The Greenback State Convention at
Columbus, 0., nominated the following
ticket: For Secretary of State George L.
Hafer, of Miami ; Supreme Judge Lloyd
G. Tuttle, of Lake ; Member Board of
Public Works L. B. Stephens, of Lucas.
The republicans of Ohio held their state
convention at Columbus on the 7th inst.,
and nominated the following ticket : For
Secretary ot State, Charles Townsend, of
Athens; for Judge of Supreme Court, John
Doyle, of Lucas, and for member of Board
of Public Works, Charles A. Flickinger, of
The Economist, a standard jinancial paper
in Boston and New York, of the 27th
inst., says : The fact that there are
United States bonds in the market has
caused considerable comment. It seems
to us that there must be something radically
wrong with the machinery of the
treasury if counterfeiting can be carried on
under the very eyes ot the department.
During the present year, from January
1st to June 1st 3,480 miles of railway were
completed and opened for traffic in the
United States. About half of this was in
the far West Texas, Colorado, Nebraska
and Kansas. In Texas alone 734 miles of
new railroads have been opened for traffic
during the first six months of the current
year. The cost of this immense work has
been about $09,000,000.
Concerning the Tariff Commission
which has just been sent to Congress, the
Washington correspondent of Enquirer
says : It is a packed body, only one revenue
reformer being upon it, in the person
of Phelps, of Missouri. Wheeler, who is
chairman, represents probably no special
interest, nor does Phelps; all the others,
however, do. Oliver, Aubler and Garland
will look after the iron interest,
Hayes, wool ; Kenner, sugar ; Underwood,
rice, and Porter will furnish statistics in
any way the majority of the commission
may desire. The commission will bo confirmed,
no doubt, but its conclusions will
not command eminent respect, and its report
will get into the waste basket of .the
A Nihilist mine is said to have been.dis
covered in a street in Moscow.
Wallenstein has been scratched from
the entries for the races for the Royal
Hunt and the Workingham Stakes.
The question of a European conference
to settle Eyptian affairs is still being considered.
Arabi Bey ordered the cessation of the
work on the fortifications at Alexandria,
but they had been completed before the
At a meeting of the Spanish Society for
the Abolition of Slavery, Senor Sagasta
was denounced for not fulfilling the promises
he made before entering office.
At New Orleans, Major E.Burke, of the
Times-Democrat, fought a duel with C. H.
Parker, of the Picayune, ill consequence
CLOSING OUT !
Jt&JTOwing to a Change that will take place in our firm, July
1st, we offer our
Entire Stock of Goods
at VERY LOW PRICES. We have a large line of EIRS T
CLASS GOODS in all the different departments. Merchants
and Consumers should avail themselves of this opportunity of
1 j 1 j i 1 1 1
of an editorial article in the latter paper Supplying tlieil Wants. Call and See US.
reflecting upon the integrity of Major i
y y 'inmrm aavw rx r r a
Burke, who is State Treasurer. Five shots
were fired, and at the fifth Major Burke!
was shot through the thign.
The family of General Garibaldi. has decided
to abandon the cremation of the
bod;.', owing to practical difficulties in the J
way of its accomplishment. The remains'
will be interred, provisionally, at least, at j
Caprera. The work of embalming the,
body is attempted too late. The body is
clothed in a red shirt. The room in which '
it rests is filled with flowers and wreaths.
A. K. GLASCOCK c& CO.
,OR d.tl.P A niffftniuliniwl irrr Tliran,
1? years-old : well trained for farm cfutles and
fond of children. Will be sold at a bargain.
Address J61t W. R. BURNS, Coucoid, Ky.
QTOCK Fulton.well known
O iu this commuulty and Ohio, as an liable
and clover'man.has established regular month
nr..i : . Tr;i ,u ' iy saies at nis uvery staoie inaumey. u. xnesi
ui mucu nits pi uiiuuiih in im., ua lumu
occur on the fourth Saturday In each
consisting of a pyramid of granite four me-' month, are well patronized and are growing in
The Republicans of Ohio, in State Convention
assembled, adopted the following
In the untimely death of our beloved
President, James A. Garfield, we recognize
a great national calamity; and we rejoice
that his Administration during its brief
existence gave assurance of its success.
date allowed by law.
Resolved, That all laws upon the statute
books must be respected and enforced
until repealed by legislation or abrogated
by legal authority.
Resolved, That "in preserving the life of
the nation; in giving freedom, civil rights
and suffrage to the slave; in the reconstruction
of the Union ; in upholding the
national honor ; and credit unimpaired ; in
the rapid payment of the the public debt
and in the adoption of a series of wise
public measures, which have given to the
country unexampled prosperity, the Republican
part3' has a record which gives
assurance of what it will do for the country
in the future. Proud of this record,
the Republicans of Ohio affirm it be their
purpose to continue their warfare upon
clishonesty and fraud at the ballot-box,
until a free ballot and a fair count is firmly
secureci to 'every locality and to every
favor, with both buyers and sellers. At the
last sale twenty head of horses were sold at
good prices. GEO. C. GOGGlN, '
LOST! I.OVT! A good fit If you
not leave your orders with the Filth
Ward Tailor. murSltf J. H. WEDDING.
Ayr tondfir to President (Jhester A. Arthur mm mm mm n
our assurance of confidence in his Admin-; pour Doors Bejow he post0ffice
istration, and our approval of the
ate and patriotic course pursued by him -,-- -, ... . A - ---,
amid I the embarrassing ciroumst races un; ICE CREAM PARLORS,
avoidably attending such i a national I crisiF,
Jce Cream forsalQ
Resolved, That we fully indorse the iou. Wedding Parties furnished on short no
Administration of Governor Charles Fos-, tice. my29
ter and the fctite Administration ot the'
Republican party during the last two 3'eafs t
under which the expenditures of the State'
were reduced over $500,000 below the ex-,
penditures of the Democratic
tration of the two preceeding years, and
the public debt of the State reduced near
lv $1,250,000, and the remainder of the
debt, redeemable the 30th of June, ISSi,
refunded at a rate of interest below Z per
Resolved. That we condemn the terrible
outrages and persecutions inflicted upon
the Jews of Russia and other sections of
Europe ; and while we heartily approve
the action of the Government in its efforts
to ameliorate the condition of these unfortunate
people, we earnestly solicit a
continuence of its most energetic efforts
to that end.
Resolved, That we indorse and affirm the
principle of protection to American industry,
as adopted at the last National Republican
Resolved, That the tax-paying people cf
the State demand that by specific taxation
the traffic in intoxicating liquors shall bo
made to bear its share of the public burdens
; and that the constiution, in so far as
it may be an obstacle in the way of the exercise
by the people, through their representatives,
of practical control over the liquor
traffic, to the end that the evils resulting
I therefrom may be effectually provided
airainst, should he amended at the earliest
Received dally at JOHN WHEELER'S
Dressed Catfish, per
Pure Candles and Canned Goods-a specialty.
NEW COUNTY JAIL.
PROPOSALS will be received at
the office of the County Judge in the city of
Maysvllle, Masou County, Kentucky, until 1
o'clock p. m., on
Thursday, June 22, 1882,
for furnlshiug all the material and labor required
in the erection, construction and completion
of a new Jail Building in the City of
Maysvllle, 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, Indlaua. Plans aud sped
flcations can be seen at the Judge's office on aud
after June 12th, or at 37 west Washington
street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Said building
will be required to be finished on or before the
1st day of February, A. D. 1882.
All bids must be accompanied by a satisfactory
bond ru the penal sum of $12,(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 Juuge of said
County. All blanks must be filled out, and ho
bids will be entertained unless said blanks are
used without provisions or suggestions added.
Estimates will be made as the work progresses,
and 10 per cent, will be deducted from
same and retained until-the completion and
acceptance of the woric by Architect and Commit
The Committee reserves the right to reject
anv or all bids. GARRETT a. WALL.
Chairman BulldlnK Committee. Maysvllle. Ky.
June 0,1882. J7w2td2w
riiHE genuine COLUMBUS buggies, pljcotons,
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 beore purchasing
as we are determined to save the public money.
, MYALL & RILEY,
No;7, Second, and No; 18, Sutton streets,
Kentucky Central R. R.
The Direst and Cheapest Route to
2 Trains Daily f Except Sunday; 2
MAY8VILLE TO CINCINNATI,
making sure connections with all lines for the
North, South, East and West
Holders of Through Tickets have their Baggage
checked through to destination.
Special Rates to Emigrants.
ttSsrRound trip tickets to CINCINNATI always
on sale at greatly reduced rates.
Time table in effect May 14, 1882.
14 10 15 13
STATIONS. EX. AC STATIONS. Ac. Ex.
A.M. P. M A,MP.M.
Lve.Maysville. 5 45 12 3- Lve Lex'ton 5 00
Sum'itt 5o912 44Lve.Cov'ton 2 45
" Clark's.. 6 08 12 51 Lve.Parls 6 30 6 00
" Alars'll.. 6 13 12 56 " P Ju'c'u 6 35 0 08
" Helena. G 25 1 07 " Mil'b'g.. 7 01 0 38
" John'n.. 6 34 1 15 " CarllsFe 7 25 6 57
" Ellz'lle 0 42 1 22 " Meyers. 7 40 7 13
" Ewlng... 6 47 I 26 " P. Val'y 7 40 7 21
" Cowan.. 0 53 1 31 Cowan.. 7 59 7 30
" P. Val'y. 7 03 I 40 ' Ewlng.. 8 05 7 35
Meyers.. 7 10 I 47 " Ellz'lle. 8 10 7 40
" Carlisle. 7 25 2 0. ' John'n. 8 18 7 47
Millers Helena. 8 28 7 55
' Mil'bu'g 7 49 2 2-5 " Mars'll.. 8 41 8 07
' P.Ju'c'n 8 20 2 5J " Clark's 8 46 8 11
Arr. Paris 8 25 3 00 ' Sum'itt 8 55 8 20
Arr. Lex'ton 9 20 7 00 Arr. Maysvllle 9 It 8 35
Arr. Cov'ton 11 45 6 15 a.m. p. m
A.M. P. M
Trains 1 and 2 on Main Line run Dally, others
Dally except Sunday.
at Lexington with the C & O R R for Ashland,
Huntington and all points in the East and
Southeast with the O N O fc T P R R, for
and the South, with the L & N R R for
For Tickets, on household goods, Folder's
description of the western country .through
time tables etc., call on or address,
V. tJ. SADDLER,
Agt., Maysvllle, Ky.
G. T. A. Flemlussburc.
Or any agent of the K C R R."
G. P. and F. A.
J. D. ELL SON,
CoYiiigton, Flemingsburg aud Pound Gap
Connecting with Trains on K. O. R. R.
Leave Flkmingsbuug for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
9:13 a. m Maysvllle Accommodation.
3:25 p, m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Maysvllle Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Flemincsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K,. C. R. R.:
0:23 a. m. 4:00 p. m.
0:43 a. m. Y:37 p. m.
M. W. COULTER has reopeued the
MRS. HOUSE aud is prepared to. furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any. hour durlns the
A rTHOROUaHLYJconipeteut'teachor desires
J. to glve'lesson on the Violin; on reasonable
terras, For particulars apply at
mayOtfd THIS OFFICE.