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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
THURSDxiY EVE., JULY 27, 1882.
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per year, payable in advance.
TTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
ANY O'iHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN
The State of Kentucky pays $8,719,102
annually to the Federal govern munt.
We shall have no more trouble with the
Half-Breeds. The Eagle will gather them
under its maternal wings and cuddle them
with " esprit"
The proud soul of the Eagle inflates
with envy. For the Bulletin to use the
lash is an invasion of its peculiar prerogative.
But, then, the Eagle's victims never
"agonize " or "scream." They march
right on to glory.
The Eagle rises at the eleventh hour to
deliver elaborate eulogies upon the life,
character and public services of Dennis
Fitzgerald. Incidentally, too, it commends
the insubordination and treachery of the
noble Half-Breeds. Ingenuous Eagle !
J. J.. Newell charges that Senator Kellogg,
of Louisiana, is the man who distributed
the corruption fund in the Senate
to procure the passage of the Texas
Pacific Land Grant Bill and Richard C.
Parsons the one who distributed it in the
The Eagle has conceived a violent admiration
for "skulkers and traitors." It
would not touch their tender skins with a
" lash.' This is too repulsive to the
Eagle's tastes. It would rather seduce
them in a sort of philanthropic fashion,
with poppy-cock and "esprit" the latter
being a sort of French substitute fpr whisky
When a man submits his own and his
friend's claims to the action of a regular
convention and having participated in its
deliberations, treacherously bolts the regular
nomination, let him have the lash. It
should be freely applied and followed
after the election by a copious draught of
"esprit." This suggestion has the advantage
of embodying the merits of both plans.
The editor of the Eagie says that the use
of the lash brutalizes those who use it.
No one can speak on this point with more
authority than this veteran moralist. He
has used it freely in times past, not only
upon "skulkers" and "traitors," but upon
men who never scratched a ticket or dodged
an issue. Let him reflect before he
poses and moralizes in so affected a fashion
The Eagle would nt apply the lash
with "impartial hand to skulkers in the
ranks and traitors in high places." It
would appeal to what if calls " the esprit
of good fellowship." If this means " corn
whisky " probably it would be an effective
substitute. But then, the Eagle ought to
say what it means. The Half-Breeds are
not so familiar with the esprit of good fellowship
as the noble editor seems to be,
at least they dont know it by that name.
If the Republicans' and Half Breeds who
manipulated the .nomination of John Kirk
had been serious in their professions of
political reform, they would have given
the leading Republicans of the county a
voice in the selection of a candidate. A
political party what will deliberately throw
overboard such men as AVm. Howe and
John Masterson for the personal and exclusive
benefit of John Kirk are capable
of committing any atrocity in a small
George P. Marsh, American ''Minister to
Rome, is dead.
The labor troubles are breaking out
afresh at Chicago.
The Smith murder case at Bucyrus, 0.,
has gone to the jury;
A $12,500 lumber mill fire occurred at
Grand Rapids, Michigan. .
Marion, fO.) farmers are importing
blooded horses from Eurdpe.
Two women perished in a burning dwelling
at Grand Haven, Michigan.
Joseph Hofld's drug store at Minneapolis
was damaged $10,000 by fire.
A cargo of 795 Coolies has arrived at San
Francisco. No disease on board.
Near Akron, 0., a little son of Nathaniel
Phillips died from eating rat poison,
A. J. Alexander has been elected President
of the Kentucky Short-Horn Association.
At Saratoga, the winning horses were
Wedding Day, Barnes, Bend 'Or and Raven.
The President has nominated M. S.
of Illinois, for Assistant Secretarjfof
At Nevada City two little boys are missing,
supposed to have burned up with
their father's dwelling.
George "William Curtis denies, over his
own name that he sent money to the Hub-bell
The cause of the manufacturers at Pittsburg,
in their contest with strikers, appears
to be improving.
August Rusch was arrested at Riverside
Tuesday for a murder committed in that
place ten years ago.
A Banquet is to be tendered General
Godfrey Weitzel, at Detroit, on the eve of
his departure from that city.
Gregory Litherman, member of the Bai-racks
Band, at Columbus, and connected
with the army since 1851, was fatally
injured by a fail from a window.
At Freeport, "Wayne county, Pa two
girls named Stearns, murdered their stepmother
and concealed her body, but the
secret leaked out finally. One of the girls
was arrested ; the other fled.
Governor Porter, of Indiana, has pardoned
Theodore Brown, who was sentenced
for a long term, in Marion county, in 1873,
for killing his wife with a blow of his fist,
while drunk. He has gone insane.
The Commercial's Dayton correspondent
reports that Brother Barnes is losing his
grip there. His audiences have dwindled
down to one hundred and fifty a night,
and not a single conversion has been made
for a week.
The organization of parties to observe
the transit of Venus in December next,
has been delayed by the slowness of Congress
in providing funds, but chiefs of
parties and stations at which observations
are to be made, have been selected.
At Cleaveland, Wilson won the 2:38 trot
in 2:22i, 2:24 and 2:22A. Jerome Eddy
won the 2:23 trot in 2:19, 2:18 and 2:19. It
is beleived Eddy could have gone in 2:15.
W. J. Garrison's four-in-hand trotted a
mile in 2:48, the best previous time on re-record
Captain John S. Wise, Readjuster candidate
John S. Crockett, Commonwealth's
for Wythe County, fought a duel near
Christianslmrg, Va., Tuesday morning.
Two rounds were fired, neither party hurt
and the affair terminated satisfactorily.
In the U. S. Senate Tuesday, the most
important action was to strike out the
in the twenty-five per cent, reduction
of the sugar tax amendment. The
conference report on the river and harbor
bill was agreed to. In the house, the conference
report was disagreed to, but the
action will probably be reconsidered
Three British war vessels have left Alexandria
for Port Said. The position in front
of Ramleh is being reinforced with cannon.
A successor for Arabi Pasha has been appointed
in the Egyptian -Ministry. A
crushing force of English troops will bo
sent to Egypt, but it will be the policy of
the -Government, after subduing Arabi
Pashas's rebellion, to leave the people to
manage their own affairs. The Conference
of the Powerb is threatened with dissolution.
England and France are both opposing
proposals of a Turkish occupation
of Egypt, which the Porte is persistently
SILK A valuable patent Overdraw
Foil Reiu Attachment for bridles, one of
the flueit patents in use. Stale liKhts for sale.
Address F. G. MoKIBBEA.
Je22tf Augubta, Ky.
ORSAfjE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
at one-third price. Also two carts ut half
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
SALE A nice new dwelling with Ave
IjiOIt ! handsomely situated for terms aud
particular dall and see me opposite the Post-office.
Jyl2tnugU, 6, A. MCCRACKEN.
OK HALE A first cluss Organ, excellent
tone and in goou order Apply i.o
RE3VT A business house now occupied
FOK J. Varlau, will be for rent after the 1st
of August. Apply to
J22d2w AIxLETlTIA NELSON.
Oil BENT a comfortable two story frame
F dwelling In the lower part of the city.
Apply to Jy!2dlm DOUGLAS P. ORT.
OST! 'LOKT1 LOVri A good fit If you
J' i do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. murSltf J. H. WEDprNG.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
W. ROGERS, agpnt, ofHcw at Whontly
G1EO. Co.'s, Market St., below Second. (Jltftiiu)
Four Doors Below the Postoffice
HAS OPENED HIS
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
Ice Cream for sale by the gallon or half gallon.
Wedding Parties furnished on short notice.
OAUL . ANDERSON,
A7o. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAY8VIZLE, KY.
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
ICECREAM A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY in the city. Orders tor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. niyBdly
Queensware, Glass and Tinware,
For sale at REDUCED rates nt
45 Market St., East side, between 2ud and 3id.
Kentucky Central R. R.
The Direct and Cheapest Route to
Cl IMC IN NAT I.
2 Trains Daily Except Sunday, 2
MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI,
tuaklug 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.
i&U-Round trip tickets to CINCINNATI always
on sale at greatly reduced rates.
Time table in effect May 14, 18S2.
. MAYSVILLE DIVISION.
A rr. Paris
Trains land 2 on Malti 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 04TPBR, for
and the South, with the L & N K R 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. i;. SADDLER,
Agt. Maysvllle, Ky.
G. T. A. Flemingsburg,
Or any agent of the K C R II.
G. P. audF. A.
J. D. ELLISON,
Covington, Flemingsburg and PonudGap
Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R.
ueave FiiEMTNGSBURG for Johnson Station:
5;45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
9:13 a. ra Maysvllle Accommodation
3:25 p, m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Maysvllle Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Fleminssburgon
the arrival of Trains on the K. C. R. R.:
6:23 a. m. 4:00 p. ra.
9:43 a. m. 7:37 p. m.
Wo. will offer for the next THIRTY DAYS, our euttlre Stock of
nfl I o vjtykLjm uH" o
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, &c.,
Below Cost, to close out and make room for Our FALL aud WINTER GOODS. Call early
aud secure your BAltOAlMS and be conviuced that yon can bny more Good for a little
money at the Bleaatuolty Olotlxixxg? House thau at any
UUl tU HUUC3 1U UJtt OIUIC.
Second Street, Maysvllle, Ky,
VICROY & LEE,
JOSEPH F. BRODRICK
e St -.' MAYSVlLLE, -KY.
Fire, Life and Marine.