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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 5, 18S2.
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MGTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO, THAN
ANY 01 HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE.
We are authorized to auuouuce JAMES P.
HARBESON, of Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action of the
Democracy In convention assembled.
We are authorized toanuouuceCol.J.SMITH
HURT, of Bath County, as a candidate for
Congress in the 9th Congressial District at the
next November election. Subject to the action
of the democratic party.
We are authorized to announce that Dr. A.
G. Browning, of Fleming county, is a candidate
lor Congress, in this the (,9th) district, subject
to the action ot the Democratic party.
Vote for fhe School tax.
. If Dennis Fitzgerald should be elected
It will be on his oui merits and in spite of
the Eagle's ingenous advocacy of his
The House on "Wednesday passed a bill
granting to soldiers who lost an arm at the
shoulder joint the same pension ($37 per
month) as soldiers who lost a leg at the
Dennis Fitzgerald is honest, capable
and was fairly nominated. Vote
The platform of the Indiana Democracy
declares in favor of submitting the
question of the proposed liquor prohibition
amendment to the constitution to an
election of the people.
The Senate on "Wednesday passed the
Sundry Civil Bill, appropriating about
twenty-seven millions. It passed an appropriation
for a new postal card, with a
flap to conceal the message.
"When the New Republican gets to be a
little older it will learn that the lash is not
for thoroughbreds Republican or Democratic.
But it is certainly an effective
agency for reaching the sensibilities of a
thick skinned half breed.
Watch your tickets and see that
fraudulent ones are not imposed upon
The best answer we can make to the
small and spiteful paragraphs that appear
in the last Eagle is merely to reproduce
the editor's stupendous ejaculatory argument
"Faugh!" This is cruel, but we
find that it is necessary.
The tariff commission has settled down
in comfortable quarters at Long Branch
for the summer. Occasionally the testimony
of alleged experts is taken and a report
in favor of a continuance of the present
war tariff may be expected next December.
If you want to keep up the school
system of Kentucky while you are
voting for Dennis Fitzeerald and the
Democratic ticket, vote for the
Ara'bi Pasha is sorely troubled for funds
with which to carry on the campaign and
thinks of making a forced loan. What a
treasure Hubbell would be to Arabi. He
could give the wily Arab points in the business
of raising money by the voluntary
contribution plan that the theiving Moslem
Tue N. R. says, that only the "blackguards",
will be affected; by the lash. The
N.R, is mighty right. -It is only
appeal to a gentleman's common
sense'. If 'the gentlemen vote for
blackguards '.for., Jqhh,Kirk,
the taair wjlli nob have -.been used 'in rvain.
This would boW.ictly -according to the fitness
of tKinfesR'' : -i. T . vn: i
The Indiana State Democratic Convention
met at Indianapolis on Wednesday,
the 2nd inst. Hon. W. II. English called
the convention to order. He mentioned
in his speech that he was not a candidate
for re-election as chairman of the state
central committee, or for 11113' other office.
Hon. John Coffroth, of Layfayette, was
permanent chairman. The following nominations
were made: Secretary of State
W. R. Myers; Auditor, James H. Rice; for
Treasurer, J. J. Cooper; Attorney General,
Francis T. Hord; Clerk of the Supreme
Court, Simon P. Sherin; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, John W. Holcomb;
Judge of the Supreme Court, First District,
Hon. W. E. Niblack; Second District,
G. W. Hawk; Fourth District, Allen
Our New Republican friends are young
and fresh. The sole object of the lash" is
to drive the "blackguards" into the Radical
party. The "gentlemen" of the republican
party are by no means frantic on
the subject of Kirk. Their enthusiasm
collapsed when the Radical Half Breeds
sat down on Masterson and Howe.
Down with Kirk the Radical and
his Half-Breed followers.
Any political adventurer who
betrays the party with which he
to cooperate, ought to be, and will be,
unceremoniously kicked out of it. Such
a creature is a discredit and drawbrack
to any political organization and in the
common interest ought to be driven into
opposition at once.
The Eagle man thinks that " skulkers "
and " traitors " ought to be spared the
lash, because the whipping-post has been
abolished ! There is a good deal of personal
feeling as well as fine logical discrimination,
in this sort of talk.
An organization of colored journalists of
Ohio is talked of.
King Cetewayo and nine followers have
arrived in England.
There is a yellow-fever panic in Rio
Grande City, Mexico.
The winners at Saratoga Thursday were
Bootjack, Kenney, Apollo and Post Guard.
An Ensrlish fishintrfiefil. hnshpon nnnrht
in a gale, and two hundred boats are miss-
Mrs. Nellie Coleman committed suicide
at Ft. Wayne through jealousy of another
A brakeuun named Connors was killed
by the cars, near Hastings Station, on
Much damage from the recent storms is
reported from Millersburg, Somerset, Lees-burg
and other Ohio towns.
Major Crumbaugh has been count med
as Internal Revenue Collector, at
Ky., as was Hughes at Nashville.
An altercation occurred between the
military and the people at Trieste on
lhursday, and several men were injured.
The hard rains this week seriously damaged
the crops throughout Northern Ohio.
In Columbiana county a small stream rose
so rapidly that it swept away and drowned
a negro woman and three "children who
lived on its banks.
While New York stocks maintained
their high prices Thursday the market was
irregular. At Chicago wheat and corn remained
firm. Pork declined during the
day, only to regain its former figures at the
The British forces at Alexandria made
an extensive reconnoissance on Thursday.
The enemy's position was found almost
abandoned, and the British forces returned
at dusk without having accomplished anything.
Suez was occupied by the British
yesterday, in time to be Bared from burning.
All the Egyptian troops fled At
yesterday's conference of the Powers no
decision was reached regarding -the dispatch
of Turkish troops to Egypt. The
case of the correspondent of the Daily
Telegraph, who told of the stamnede of the
Sixtieth Rifles, durrnftHnfsrh.t attapk by
Arabi's trobps"; is being constdered'.at the:
AUGUST 'ELECTION 1882.
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We are authorized lo announce that Robert
Hunter is a cauclidate for magistrate In Washington
Precinct at the ensuing August election,
We are authorized to announce that Thomas
F. Stephens is n candidate for coustable in
Moysville Precinct No, 1, at the ensuing
We ave authorized to auuouuce that HENRY
FROMAN Is a candidate for constable In Mays-ville
precinct No. 1, at the ensuing August
KENT A new cottage with 'three
rooms opposite the new Methodist church
in Chester. Apply next door. dlw
MRSAiiE A flue Norman Stalllou.a sure
JU foal getter, six yoavs old. Apply to
It SAIjE A nice new dwelling with Ave
1 lots handsomely situated for terms and
particulars call and see me opposite the
jyl2taugll. G. A. MoCRACKEN.
nou KENT A business house now occupied
JO by J. Varian, will be for rent after the 1st
of August. Apply to
MJSS LET1TIA NELSON.
Oil SALE A first class Oignn, excellent
tone and in good order Apply to
SALE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
FOK one-third price. Also two carts at half
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
Oil RENT Two rooms on the corner of
Third and Sutton streets Apply to
G. W. ADAIR.
RENT a com'ortable two story frame
dwelling in the lower part of the city.
Apply to jyI2dtm DOUGLAS P. ORT.
TOST! LOST! LOST ! A good fit if you
jh do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mnr31tf J. H. WEDDING.
WINDHORST & BLUM,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
stock ol Imported and Domestic
IARGE goods and Trimmings on hand. All
orders executed promptly and satislactorily.
ttr"Cooper's Building, second story, at head
of stal rs. au2dly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
1E0. W. ROGERS, agent, office at Wheatly
&Co.'s, AiarKetst., below second, (jiotmi)
THOS. BRANCH & CO.,
consignments of GRAIN. Make
SOLICIT advances with bill lading in hand,
prompt returns given, charges reasonable. Elevators
with capacity of 400,000 bushels, linme
dintly on line of Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.
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BALLENGER at Albert's China
Store udloiuiug Pearce, Walliugfoul &
Co.'s Bank. npUOmd -
are now receiving the most eleaaut assortment
WE of BUGGIES, PHAETONS and
CARRIAGES ever brought to the city of
. - "MYALL & RILEY.
au2dly no. 7 Second, and 18'Sutton Sta.
HAVE a full supply of the best GUNPOWDER
X TEA In the market. Give me atrial
myOlyd GEO. II. HEISER.
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
ICKCIIEAM A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY In the city. Orders tor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. myodly
1 1 1
LAXTE & WOBICK,
Contractors and Builders.
promptly and cheerfully furnished
ESTIMATES all work In our line. Shop on
Third street near Wall, Mnysvllle. Ky. f2Um
T)AUIi 1. ANDERSON,
ATo. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY.
Buggies ! Buggies ! !
We have for sale the celebrated
T. T. HAYDON BUGGIES,
from m upwards. T. K. BALL & SON.
M. W. COULTER has reopened the
MRS. HOUSE and Is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour durlnu the
day. my 150m
I AM DAILY RECEIVING
NEW DESIGNS IN
China and Glassware,.
which I wllUsell very low. Clocks repaired,
myodly G. A. McCARTHEY.
A." "mr .
Queensware, Glass and Tinware,
For sale at REDUCED rates at -
SIMON & BRO.'S,
45 Market St., East side, between 2nd audSrci.
(&79AWEEK. Sl2adayat home easily made
P Costly outfit free. Address True & Co
Augusta, Maine. ruar23ly
We will offer for the next THIRTY DAYS, our 'euttlre Stock of
nil I AttnB uAro
f i- UA V A -4 W it T T is M
GENT!S JURNISHIEiaSSag? - '
Below Cost, to close out and make room forJOur FALL and WINTER GOODS. Call oarly
and secure your BARGAINS and be convinced that yH enn lmy re Gowds far lit-"
le money at the Kentuolcy OXotlxiMLfj EoUM ft$P&a&'fe
other houea In the Staid.- r ..! '",.;. TT 1' WV OTCffil
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