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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVE., JULY 22, 1832..
jkbtTeums: The Evening Bulletin is published
daily, aud served liee of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents
per three mouths ; S1.50 per six mouths, and S3
per year, payable in advance.
MTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY 01HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
FOR ION OK ESS.
We are authorized to announce JAMES P.
HARBESON, ot Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action of the
Democracy in convention assembled.
We are authorized to announce Col. J.SMITH
HURT, ot Bath County, as a candidate for
Conmess in the 9th Congresslal District at the
next November election. Subject to the action
of the democratic parry.
By a law of the state, passed at the last
session of the legislature, "the commercial
weight of a bushel of bottom onion sets
shall be thirty-six pounds."
Tue " black " list is an exclusively republican
institution. Put the mongrel democracy
on it by all means. It is the proper
place for all the half breeds.
The amendment of Senator Beck to the
internal revenue reduction bill reducing
the tax on tobacco from sixteen to twelve
cents a pound, was adopted in the Senate.
How do the democracy of Mason couuty who
have made up their minds to vote against the
party nominee for jailer like the name of
democracy New Republican.
That's an easy one they don't like it
worth a cent. Js our guess correct ?
This is the refrain that has been set ro
mournful music for the use of the Kirk
democrats alter the election :
When I think of what I am.
And what I use to was,
I see I've flung myself away
Without sufficient cause.
Tjie conference committee on the river
and harbor bill were unable to agree on
the Hennepin canal amendment and also
those increasing the sum to be expended
on the Lower Mississippi river, the Delaware
and Chesapeake canal and the Potomac
flats. The bill will go again to the
House with these amendments and another
committee will be appointed.
- In the Ohio Democratic State Convention
at Columbus, Thursday, Hon. JohnF.
Follert was temporary Chairman, and
George H. Pendleton the permanent
Chairman. Hon. John W. Okey, the
present incumbent, was nominated for
Supreme Judge by acclamation. J. W.
Newman, of Portsmouth, for Secretary of
State, and Henry Weible, of Van Wert
county, for member of the Board of
We are glad to see that the Democracy
are alive to the importance of electing the
entire ticket in August, and that upon
sober, second thought, those who were
disaffected are wheeling into line.
The manly card of James Hendrixson,
proves him to be a true blue Democrat,
and one able to rise above personal considerations,
and sacrifice his own aspirations
for the general welfare of his party.
Mr. Hendrixson has been an earnest
worker in the past, and had the right to
make an independent race, since he had
not submitted his claims to the Democracy
in convention, but so soon a3 he saw that
the race was enuring to the benefit of the
Republicans, his fealty to the Democratic
party, at once induced his withdral, and
we yenture the assertion, that no one will
more heartily work for the Democratic
candidates than James Hendrixson.
We trust all democrats will follow his
example, and wo now predict five hundred
majority at the least for Dennis
L. L. Weller's saw mills at Muncioj Ind.,
are burned. r k ; -
A fire at Port au Prince burned eighty-three
A shock of earthquake was felt at Cairo,
Fanny Crosson, a disgraced girl, killed
herself at Ft. Wayne.
Senator Hill, of Georgia, is sinking and
dying a horrible death.
Key West citizens deny the presence of
yellow fellow fever there.
Dakota crops have recently suffered
great damage trom storms.
Thomas Ruling was murdered by Ohas.
Blakemore, at Nashville.
Fanny, sister of Charles Stewart Parnell,
died at Bordentown, N. J.
The New York Stock Exchange markets
continue active and strong.
"The British Rifle Team defeated the
Irish and Scotch for the Elcho Shield.
By court decision, women are eligible to
admission as attorneys in Connecticut.
There will probably be no more contested
seat cases before congress this session.
Three children were fatally poisoned by
some unknown person in Northampton
count y, Va.
The estimated wheat crop of Kansas
this year is 35,000,000 bushels ; quality
Mrs. Scoviile protests in court at Washington
against the probate of the assassin's
Secretary Chandler has sent two more
monitors out in the ocean to see if thev
Platform of ttie Ohio Democracy.
The Democratic party, in convention
assembled, reaffirm the great principles
which are the foundation of the free government,
among which the equal lights to
all, special privileges to nohe, protection of
the weak against the enroachments of the
strong, equal taxation, free speech, free
press, free schools, and first of all a free
and incorruptible ballot.
Resolved, That wjb favor honest reform in
the Civil Service, and denounce the extortion
of money from office holders to corrupt
the ballot and control elections, as a
most threatening, as it is tbe most insidious,
danger that besets ;free. government,
and the shameless resort to such methods
by the party in power to carry its ends
evinces the utter abandonment of principle
for place and spoils under "boss" rule.
We denounce the reckless extravagance
and profligacy of the Republican party m
the appropriation of the public treasury,
which should be applied to the extinction
of the National debt, and we believe the
time has come when by an honest and
economical administration of the Government
the burden ot war taxes which the
people have so long borne, and which in
the end, fall upon labor, may end and
ought to be reduced, but we denounce the
attempt of the Republican Congress to reduce
taxes on those articles which alone
will inure to the benefit of the rh h.
Resolved. That we favor a tariil levied to
meet the actual needs, and so adjusted in
its details with a view to equality in the
public burdens as to encourage productive
industries, and afford labor a just compensation
without creating monoplies.
Resolved, That stability in the value of
money is a primary requisite to industrial
and commercial prosperity. This can only
he secured by maintaining both gold and
The naval court of inquiry holds no one ; silver as money, as provided by the Con-responsible
tor the loss of the Arctic stitution, and subjecting the issue and
steamer Rodders regulation of paper money to established
A herd of two hundred and twenty 'Pri"
breeding cattle from Belgium arrived at ml"?l: .......
Boston, Thursday. ig guch a8 tQ 8eriouj threaten the lights
Boston merchants petition congress for 0f individulas and the public welfare, and
a committee to consider the revival of the ought to be provided against by proper
shipping interest. legislation.
The friends of Gen. Kennedy, of Belle- Resolved, That the Democratic party has
fontaine, Ohio, deny that he isout of the ever maintained, and still steadfastly ad-congressional
race." hqies to the doctrine of the largest liberty
In a railroad collision at Warren, Pa., consistent with the public and welfare, is
conductor McGibney was killed, and a opposed to legislation merely sumptuary,
brakeman badly crushed. ' -Resolved, That it is a duty incumbent
Sni tJZ'.isK??; il'SSS' per" -and abroad and we demand a searching in-
sons were slightly injured.
quiry int0 the alleged outrages coramftted
It is reported as likely that President against citizens of the United States in
Arthur will accept the invitation to attend foreign countries:
the Cincinnati Exposition. "
It is thought that the long drawn out Germantown.
Christiancy divorce case will be ended be-, Editor Bulletin: Since the appearance of
fore the close of this month. ! the appropriate and timely article of your
The ship Theobald, with crew of nine- correspondent " Now and Then," we are
teen sailing from Philadelphia for Stn glad to state that we have secured the ser-
Francisco is supposed to be lost. i vJces of ,EeX' N Curren.t as principal
' of our school for the
nn tt t, ff 1-. , ,, ensuing year, pro-
nSJnof801 ""i16 vided the community promises him
KLllPleT' dieh,?tlfm?nd' Ind" cient encourgement: He will- be in our
Thursday, aged one seven. midat the cming weekj and we flatter
A meeting of gram men, representing ourselves that he will meet with a warm
the principal markets ot the country, met ; reception. He is well known throughout
at Toledo, Thursday, to establish an inter- a great portion of the State as an eminent
national grade of No. 2 red wheat. minister, a true specimen of a Kentucky
The trotting horse Clingstone trotted " gentleman and an able and successful
in n ran with, nf teacher. Our people will be
Thuisrf'iv in 9-17 nnH o.'on ! nate in securing his services. We have
It is believed he could have beaten 2:10.
The boiler of the fertilizer works at Alliance,
Ohio, exploded Thursday evening,
wrecking a car of lumber, damaging two
houses, and slightly injured two children.
Fifteen cases of lockjaw, caused by
wounds from toy pistols July 4th, have
been reported in Chicago, tliree in the
country. Six boys died in Burlington and
three in Peoria.
As to eastern affairs, the forces of Arabl
Pasha are increasing. He is regaining his
influence because of the delay of the British
troops. The Porte has ordered him
not to move, and has consented to join the
conference of the Powers. Spain intends
to station three gunboats at each end of
the Suez Canal to escort mail steamers
through. She alsosends to
Alexandria. Arabi has cut off the water
supply of Alexandria. The English government
is hurrying forward forces of men
and horses. The Suez Canal and Port
Said are considered very insecure. There
is only a small gunboat in the canal, and
there are twelve thousand Europeans in
Port Said with seven thousand Arabs. A
reconnoissance to within three miles of
Arabi Pasha's positions showed them to
be very strong.
and suitable location with no places of
dissipation, we have a wealthy and prosperous
people and there is no reason why
we should not have a flourishing institution
ot learning in our midst. We know
this people too well to think that by our
indifference or parsimpnious spirit they
will let this opportunity pass but will take
special pains in giving hiui that encouragement
which his merits deserve.
Charles S. Savage.
Sad State of Affairs.
" Uncle Simon,,; said old Bob, to the
hiiosopher, " I hears dat da's fightin' in
11 Yes, an ef da keeps on somebody is
gwine to git badly crippled injdo jints.""
" What is do cause ob de diffikilty ?"
41 It's de democrats and 'publicans chile.
De niggers hild a convention an' didn't git
up resolutions ter suit de dimocrats, so da
cammence ter shoot at de state house whar
de niggers was in session. Dis country is
gitten in a mighty bad fix, Bob ; a mightv
serious condition let me tell yer. Atf all
de time de white folks isahootin at de
President Arthur is settin at de table
Ha fiinfc nnA far Ha hannol fpr Ha 'nnaqnm
: Down They Go..,
.Meaning the prices of job printing. The
following low rates will hereafter rule at
the Bulletin Job Printing R6onis. They
are the lowest ever offered in this city by
any printing establishment. The reduction
does not mean careless printing aud
inferior stock, but on the contrary first-class
press-work and composition and the
best quality of paper:
Bill Heads per ream 95 00
Two Reams 0 00
better Meads per ream 4 00
Packet Note Heads per ream 3 00
Commercial Note Heads per ream 2 75
Envelopes per thousand 3 00
Visiting Cards fifty - 25c
And other printing at proportionately
low prices. '
George Allen, a machinist in the employ
of the South & North Alabama Railroad,
at Birmingham, Ala., died recently from
the effects of chloroform. The deceased
had been suffering greatly from toothache
for some time. An ineffectual attempt
was made to extract the tooth. The dentist
was opposed to the administration of
chloroform, and refused to take the responsibility.
Two prominent physicians
were called in, and the chloroform was
administered by them. Every precaution
was taken, but in vain.
RE I AIL MARKET.
Corrected dally by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 25
Maysvllle Family 6 25
Maysville City 6 75
Mason County 6 25
Kentucky Mills 6 OU
Butter, 'H lb 2025
Eggs, $ doz 12J
Meal$ peck 3U
Molasses, fancy 80
Coal Oil, gal 20
Sugar, granulated $) lb 11
A. & lb It
" yellow lb 910
Hams, sugar cured tb 10
Bacon, breakfast $ lb 10
Hominy, $ gallon 20
Beans ty gallou 50
Potatoes v peck 2025
Dried Peaches .. 8
17ORSALE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
; at one-third price. Also two cat ts at half
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
S4US A valuable patent Overdraw
Check-Rein Attachment tor bridles, one of
the finest patents In use. State rights tor sale,
Address F.'G. MoKIBBEN,
je2'2tf Augusta, Ky
SAJLE A nice new dwelling with tlve
iJHK I handsomely situated for terms aud
particulars call and see me opboslte the
jyl2taugll. G. A. SfaORAOKEN.
OK RENT A business house now occupied
I? by J. Varlan, will be forreut after the 1st
of August. Apply to
J22d2w MiS3 LETITIA NELSON.
OR RENT a comtortable two story frame
dwelling in the lower part of the city.
Apply to Jy!2dlm GEORGE ORT, Jn.
ST I liOSTI liO.VT! A good tit if you
I j do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. marSltf J. H. WEDDING.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
;0. W. R0GER3. agent, office at Wheatly
& Co.'s, Market St., below Secoiid. (Jl30rn)
M. W. COULTER has reopeued the
MRS. HOUSE and Is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour during the
Notice to the Ladies.
AS an experienced Hair Dresser, I am pro
pared to make braids, onrls, puffs &oM old
braids repaired, good hair oil, and tonic to re
store the hair to its original color, also whiting
that removes tan, freckles, &c. You will
And me at the residence of John C Fitzgerald,
in Chester, one door above C. P. DeiterJch's.
Jl7d0t MRS, ROBBINS.