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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
MONDAY EVE., JULY 3, 1S82.
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W3TTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
AN Y O'l HER PAPER PUBLISH ED IN M A YS-VILLE.
We are authorized to announce JAMES P.
HARBESON, ot Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action ol the
Democracy In convention assembled.
We are authorized to annou uce Col.J.SM ITH
HURT, of Bath County, as a candidate for
Comiress in the 9th Cougressial District at the
next November election. Subject to the action
of the democratic party.
The floods have injured crops, swept
away bridges and damaged the railroads
in Misouri and Iowa.
In the celebrated Malley murder trial at
New Haven, Conn., the defendants were
acquitted. The trial lasted ten weeks.
Hox. lv. M. Hawk, representative in
congress from Illinois, died suddenly at
"Washington on the 30th ult, of apoplexy.
There are missing from our files of the
Daily Bulletin, Numbers 134 and 137.
Can any of our friends supply us with
The question whether Guiteau was insane
or not is now being investigated, and
as usual the distinguished experts difl'er
The total ages of the eight old soldiers
who met in Paris recently were 707 years
an average of eighty-eight and three-eighth-years.
The excellent character of the Lexington
Transcript is sure to be maintained
under the new management. Messrs. Fleming
and Quisenberry are newspaper men
of experience and ability.
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The Lexington Gazette says : "Wheat is
being bought at $1 for Fultze, and 3 to 5
cents advance on that for Michigan
The wheat crop of this comity is
now estimated at twenty bushels average.
One one of the most valuable of recent
publications is "American Politics" bv
Hon. Thomas V. Cooper, published by
Charles It. Brodix, Lakeside Building,
Chicago, 111. It is in seven books (all in
one volume), and embraces a history of
political parties from beginning to date;
political platforms, great speeches, political
laws, laws of nations, a complete blue
book, financial history, &c. It is admirably
arranged, and is valuable either for
ready reference or study. It nrings into
compact shape the material points of considerable
library, and politicians who may
see it will hardly feel able to do without
it. Mr. Win. Newell is the agent for the
book in this citv.
The prohibition majority in Iowa
not so large as reportad.
AUGUST ELECTION 18S2.
The following- marriage licenses have
been issued to colored persons, by the
clerk of the county court, since our last
"Dudley Thomas and Amelia Nelson.
Henry Foster and Elizabeth Thomas.
G. A. Coleman and Nannie E. Wood.
Win. Thomas and Amanda Moore.
Thpmas Johnson and Bettle Grayson.
Granville Darnell and Annie Coleman.
Sales of Land.
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court, since
our last report :
Jas. Dye and others to S. F. Collins and others,
01 acres and VI poles of laud on Absolom
Creek : consideration, 5
Martha S. Price and husband to Michael
Swift and wife, house and lot on Grant street ;
Lizzie Stallcup and husband to Martha S.
Price and husban I, house and lot on Walnut
street, fifth waid; consideration, 51,230.
The jury in the could
not agree" upon a verdict and were
charged. Eight of the jury were in favor ;
of returning a verdict in favor of the i
defendant, while four believed that the
allegations made by the lady against him
should be sustained to a certain extent,
and some of the latter thought $100 was
UXCLE JOSH AT FRANKFORT.
My brethrlng It's well enough
To go to Brother Barnes
An' hear of heaven an' heaven's joys
I like them gospel yarns.
But, blethering, don't bank too much
On promises of bliss ;
The tutur's mighty doubtful, an'
There's some that's goln' to miss.
The path's a straight and nanow one,
An' we must keep it well ;
For nary man is going to heaven
For chiefly raisin' hell.
There's got to be a change of heai t ;
An' ef there ain't, your Barnes' key,
Won't fit the pearly gate.
Corrected daily by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 75
jiaysviiit; r ninny o 10
Maysville City 7 60
We are authorized to announce JAMES
HENDIUXSON as an Independent candidate
for Jailer of Mason county at the ensuing August
For Justice of the Pence.
We are authorized to announce Mr. WES-LEV
ViCROY as a candidate for Justice of
the Peace in Maysvllle Precinct No. 1, at the
August election, 1632. Solicits your support.
The men who tell the workingmen that lYilsas'JSidto
they will starve under a tariff for revenuo " Maysville Precinct No. 2, at
only known that the statement is not true,
says the Louisville Courier-Journal. Those
men only want the system retained which
gives them big bounties and fattens the
leeches. They want to keep up a system
which makes, their fellow-citizens pay
taxes to them ; which perpetuates a privileged
class and class legislation ; which
makes cold blooded monopolies and serfs
of the men who work for them. A system
which limits exports, limits imports, limits
commerce, strengthens monopoly, increases
taxation of the many for the benefit
of the few, and prevents the country
from realizing the full benefits arising from
a-natural division of labor, ought to go.
It is an unrepublican system.
ounce Mr. M. F.
ustice of the Peace
the August oIpc
In compliance with the wishes of the
friends who have expressed the desire that I
should become a candidate for Justice of the
Peace In Maysville, Precinct No. 1, I
announce myself as an aspirant for the
position. Thesuppoitof my friends is solicited.
At the request of many friends, I announce
myself as a candidate for Constuble in
Precinct No. 2. I have been a citizen for
thirty-five years and have always beeu a
Your support is solicited.
J. H. FITZGERALD.
We are authorized to announce Mr. HUGH
RYAN, of the Mayslick precinct, as an Independent
caudldatefor the office of Assessor of
Mason county, at the ensuing August Election
4ififia week in your own town. Terms and
uu) outfit free. Address H. Uallktt fe Co
Portland, Maine. mar231y
SALEA good building lot on the
FOR pike near eltv limit: also two
frame dwellings on Urn it street. Apply to
M. F. MARSH
Court St ret t.
Oil SVliK A valuable patent Overdraw
Check Rein Attachment for bridles, one of
the finest patents in use. State rights for sale.
Address F. G. McKIBBEN,
Je22tf Augusta, Ky.
good rooms over my
' grocery. Suitable for anything excepting
fam fly . S. R. POWELL & CO,
j21tfd Third street, East of Limestone.
OSTI LOST! I.OVT! A good fit if you
do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. marSltf .f. H. WEDDING.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
I Tlio 3Iot Successful Remedy ver discovered,
as it is ceitnin it it effects aim docs
I not blister. READ PROOF BELOW.
From Rev P.N. GRANGER.
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans Distrlci .
i bT. Albans, Vt., Jan., 20, ISfcO.
' Dh. B. J. Kendall &. Co., Gents: In reply to
your letter I will say that my expeiienee with
'Kendall's .Spavin Cure' has been very satisfactory
indeed. Three or four yeats ago I procured
a bottle otyout agent, ami with It, cured
a horse ot lameness caused by a .spavin. Last
season my horse became very lame and I
turned him out for a tew weeks when he became
better, but when I put him on the road
he grew worse, when I discovered that u
was foi ming, I procured a bottle ol Ken-dell's
.Spavin Cure and with less than a bottle
cured him so that he is not lame, neither can
the bunch be found. Respectfully yours.
Perseverance Will Tell.
Stkouohton, Mass., March 1C, 18S0.
B.J. Kendall $: Co.. Gents: In Justice to
you and myself, I think I ought to let you
know that I have removed two bone spavins
with Kendall's Spavin Cure,' one very large
Mason County 7 to one aou c now now long the spavin had
Kentucky Mills .'.'.'.'.'. C 73 beeu there. I have owned the horse eight
Butter, lb 2 25
Eggs, ft doz 15
Meal ft peck 80
Mola.vses, fancy b0
Coal Oil, ft gal 20
Sugar, granulated ft lb ;. nu
' A. ft lb Tl
" yellow ft tb 910
Hams, sugar cure.! ft lb.. ,
Bacon, breaklast ft lb 16-U
Hominy, ft nallon 20
Beans ftgallou 50
Potatoes ft peck 35
Dried Peaches s
ji louit me iour monius 10 laite me
large one oil and two for the small one. I have
used ten bottles. The horse Is entirelv well,
not at all stiff, and ho bunch to be seen or felt.
This is a wonderful medicine. It is a new thing
here, but if it does for all what it has done for
me its will be very great.
Respectfully yours, Crt as. E. pabkf.u.
K end all'sSpavin Cure Is sure In its effects,
mild in its action as it does not blister, yet It is
peuetratingand powerful to reach a every deep
seated pain or to remove any bony growth or
other enlargement, such as spavins, splints,
curbs. callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness
and all enlargements ol the Joints or limbs, or
rheumatism in man and for any purpose for
which a liniment Is used for man or beast. It
Is now known to be the best liniment for man
ever used, acting mild and yet certain in its
Send address for illustrated Circular which
we think gives positive prool of its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified
success to our knowledge, for boast as well as
Price SI. per bottle, or six bottles for 35. All
LnUGGiSTS have it or can get it for you or it
will be sent to any ud dress on receipt of price
by the proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL &
CO. Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. J27d.
J. R. SOUSLEY,
Architect. Contractor and Builder
L'anuiATiJs lurmsneu anu an work war
jjj ranted, shop on Fourth
Market an.d Limestone.
TH0S. BRANCH & CO.,
OLICJT consignments of GRAIN. Make
liberal advauces with bill ladina in hand.
pruuipu returns, giyeu.cuarges reasonauio.
.with capacity of 4iXi,000 bushels,
line of Chesapeake and 'Ohio' Rail.
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Tho King: of the Body is the brain; the
stomach lti main suDport ; the nerves Its messengers;
the bowels, tfic kidneys and the pores
its safeguards. Indigestion creates a violent
revolt among these attaches of the regal organ,
and to bring them back to their duty, there is
nothing like the regulating, purifying, invigorating,
cooling operation Of TARKANT'd
Apekient. It renovates the syste.ru and restores
to health both the body and the mind.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DR. STRONG'S PILLS !
The Old, Well-Tried, Wonderful, Hea'.th
Strong Bcctorul Pills insure hearty appetite,
good digestion, regulari'y of the bowels.
A sure remedy for Colds and Rheumatism. A
piecious boon to delicate females, soothing and
oraclng the nervous system, and giving vigor
and health iu every fibre of the body.
Strong's Sanative Pills for the Liver.
A speedy cure tor the Liver Complaint. Regulating
the bowels, purifying the Blood, Cleansing
from Malarial Taint. A perfect cure lor
Sick Headache, constipation and Dyspepsia.
Sold by leading druggists.
For circulars and almanacs, with full
address Box 650, New York City.
HYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Unsurpassed Clinical advantages are derived
from the City Hospital, Maternfte and Maryland
Woman's Hospital, which are under the
exclusive charge ol this school. Apply for a
THO WAS OPIK, M, !., Dean.
39 N. Carey Street Raltimore, 9fl.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOCUE FREE.
AMKK. M'FG CO.,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce Street, N. Y.
Attachment For Bridles.
A New and Useful Invention,
Simplicity, Practicality ani Cheapness.
HHHE patent here referred to is now In the
JL market lor sale. It has been thoroughly
tested and found satisfactory in every respect.
Wo .'eel confident that capitalists and speculators
who are seeking profitable investment-would
rind it to their interest to carefully examine
it. There is a vast demand in the Hue
of the patent, and nothing before this has been
brought out which gives as great satisfaction.
As an article upon which to build either a
wholesale or retail trade it has no superior, and
we respectfully request that you address us
for lull description of the patent with terms.
We aro determined lo put the patent on the
market at such figures that it will entail no
loss on a purchaser. If purchasers desire to secure
a large section of territory lor the purpose
of re-selling in smaller sections, we will give
special terms. For further particulars address
Bulletin Offick, or F. C. McKIBBEN.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
ALL whom it may concern, will take notice
that the undersigued as corporatois have
adopted articles of Incorporation under the
name and style of the MAYrfLICK AND FLAT
FORK. TURNPIKE ROAD COMPANY, that
their principal place of transacting business is
Mayslick, Mason County, Ky., that the nature
of their business is to construct and operate a
turuplkeroad of the usual width begluing in
Mason County, Ky.. running from tho
and Elinuvillo Turnpike near Flat Fork
Bridge to the Mayslick and Ellzuville Station
Turn Pike Road near Patrick Council's house
a distance of about two miles, The capital stook
is six thousand dollars, divided into shares of
fifty dollars each, to paid in, in such manner
and proportion and at such times as the Preai
dent and Directors of said Company shall provide;
said Company shall commence business
as soon as fifteen hundred dollars shall be
to the capital stock, and it shall continue
as long as by law it is authorized. The
officers shall be a President and five Directors
to be chosen by the stockholders from their
own number and a Secretary and Treasurer to
bo chosen by said Board. The highest amount
of Indebtedness or liability to which the corporation
is at any time to subject itself is three
thousand dollars, and there shall be no Individual
liability of its stockholders for the debts
of the Company. 8. H. MITCHELL,
A. T. FOX,
122wJt. J. S.POGUE.
p Ij. WORTIIfNOTOST,
Attorney at law,
office- co uic t street, ..
march 11, 1880.
M 1YSVILLE, K.Y.