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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 8, 1S82.
H5Tekms : The Evening Bulletin is published
dally, and served lree ot postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per mouth; 75 cents
per three months ; Sl.50 per six mouths, and 83
per year, puyabe in advance.
KTTHE EVENING BULLET1NHAS 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.
HARBE90N, of Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action of the
Democracy in convention assembled.
We are authorized to annou nee Col.J .SMITH
HURT, of Bath County, as a candidate for
Congress in the 9th Cougressial 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
for Congress, in this the (9th) district, subject
to the action ot the Democratic party.
i i i i
Tue council for the Star Route ring
expect to close the trial this week.
The Japanese Indemnity Bill will not
become a law at this session of Congress.
A man who died suddenly at Loveland,
O.iio, on Saturday, has been identified as
James Snyder, of Augusta, Ky.
The mortality of Cincinati for the past
week was one hundred and forty-two. Of
these thirteen died from small-pox.
Aside from the regular annual appropriation
bills, about one hundred and seventy
bills and joint resolutions of a public nature
have passed both Houses this session
and have become laws.
The cabinet on Friday considered the
question of allowing Chinese laborers from
Cuba to pass through the United States,
but no conclusion was reached. The matter
ought to be easily settled. They
should not be allowed to come, as many
of them will doubtless remain here.
The Senate Saturday passed the Knic
Goods Bill. The House passed a resolution
authorizing an investigation of the
loss of the Jeannetto, the resolution authorizing
an investigation into the decline
in American commerce by a select joint
committe, and a number of other bills.
The Legislation Bill, Deficiency Bill and
Naval Bill went finally through both
houses. The Sundry Civil Bill passed
both houses the same night.
The assessment robbery is to be very
generally carried out this year. After the
regular political dead beats shall have, taken
their lion's share in the usual way the
residue will be divided to sustain repudiation
in Virginia, state credit in Tennessee,
Greenbackism in Mississippi and Alabama
Tammany Hall in New York and
and McMullenism in Pennsylvania.
Just where the Republican party comes
in isn't visible to the naked eye.
Some experienced journalist gives a
chapter from life in the following remarks:
"Publishers of newspapers are more poorly
rewarded than any other class of men in
the country who invest an equal amount
of labor, capital and thought. They are
expected to do more service for less pay,
stand .more sponging and dead-beading,
to puff and defend more people without
fee or hope of reward than any other
class. They credit longer, get oftener
cheated, suffer more pecuniary loss, and
a 'e oftener the victims of misplaced confidence.,
Many people pay a printer's bill
more reluctantly than any other It goes
harder with such to expend a dollar on a
valuable newspaper than ten on a needless
ceptftnces.'t& the anfount o'f
,WKa Of CM aJWW. $ W V79MI WT
In spite of the extraordinary methods
used to defeat Dennis Fitzgerald the Democratic
candidate for jailer he has been
elected by a very substantial majorit'.
There was some falling off in the vote, but
it was nothing like what was claimed by
those opposed to his election. Mr. J. R.
Burgess, candidate for assessor, who, also,
had opposition, was elected by a large
majority. The returns for the county, so
far as received, will be found elsewhere.
The majorities in the race for jailer, official
and unofficial, are as follows:
No. 1 140
Maysvllle No. 2 ..10
Minerva v 5
Lewlsburg 108 ,
Fern Leaf 14
Washington .":.. .
Fitzgerald's Majority S91
The election for magistrates resulted as
follows, in the following precincts, viz:
precinct no. 1.
W.H. Pollitt 102
John L. Grant 220
Lewis N. Holliday 206
Wesley Vlcroy 3:6
George Walz 163
E. T. Haucock: 06
MAYS VILLE NO. 2.
M. P. iMarsh 301
James Chamberlln 216
W. L. Holton 183
Wm. Pepper 109
J. H. Raymond 357
C. W. Williams 306
Thomas Gates 58
The vote for constable in the different
precincts resulted as follows, to-wit:
MAYSVILLE NO. 1.
Henry Froman 142
William Wood 76
Joseph Metcalfe ; 233
Dan Judd 131
MAYSVILLE NO. 2.
W.L.Moran , 257
Thomas K. Proctor ()7
John H. Fitzgerald 75
IVils )ii Elected in Lewis.
Special to the Daily Bulletin.
Vanceburg, Ky., Aug. 8, 1882 Wilson,
the Democratic candidate for County Clerk
is elected by thirty majority.
The State of Lewis at Large.
Editor Bulletin ; Your resident reporter took
in the 'famous Esculapia lust week. The
changes for the better at this delightful resort
are too numerous to give In detail. Professor
Hill has charge of the culinary department
and has introduced the tempting dishes that
made his leputatloa on the Mississippi steamers.
The discipline and attention of the servants
excels tormer years. The society uud
several well disposed jjuests make all ioel as
Rev. W. Felix and Mr. Ryan's family of Augusta
aud the special favorites Mls3 Alice
and the beautiful M1ss Battle influences
the amusements. Thos. A. Respe.'e keeps up
the severel dignity with the Irrepressible Fox
who makes everything around him. pleasant
and cheerful. The transient visitors going and
coming add to the busy run of vehicles that
rattle day and night to and frontf Vanceburg.
The greetings or old friends coustltute a happy
feature. Mi's. Lucy C.Henry aud daughter Miss
Kate Mrs. Wm. S. Rand are here mqetlug
ft lends and relatives not seen for, a generation.
Esq. BUI Jones smokes less rides more and i3
freer in dispensing genuine hospitalities his
good wife has no equal in ladylike courtesies.
Several singular cures of dlspepsla and other
kindred diseases has been effected without
Brother Barnes Js coming to try these waters
aud with his oil these waters ancf the Power of
Prayer this will be the pool for the ueollngs of
TT , t
, GeneralU. fl, tGjrantiind WiHiftPV Henry
Sift Me5if?a mt tc 4MM" b1 .
Miss Ella May McDaniels, of New London,
Indiana, has brought suit for damages
i in the sum' of $5,000 against' Mr. Alfred
Thompson, for breach of promise.
A "number of Cincinnati flour merchants
have petitioned the Chamber of Commerce
to establish a regular standard of flours, in
accord with that of other cities.
Twenty thousand dollars, the amount
required to induce the Licking Rolling-mill
Company, of Covington, to establish
a mill at Toledo, was completed on Saturday.
FOR RENT A new cottage with three
rooms opposite the new Methodist church
lu Chester. Apply next door. dlw
A flue Norman Stallion, a sure
X foal getter, six years old. Apply to
SALE-A nice new dwelling with Ave
IpoK 1 handsomely situated for terms and
particulars call and see me opposite the
jyl2taugll. G. A MCCRACKEN.
business house now occupied
1jMK J. Varlan, will be for rent after the 1st
of August. Apply to
j 221'2 w
Miss LET1TIA NELSON.
JOH NAIjE A first class Oigan, excellent
; tone and In good order Apply to
A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
at one-third price. Also two carts at half
price. Apply ut jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
OR RENT Two rooms on the corner of
Third and Sutton streets Apply to
RENT a comfortable two story frame
; dwelling in the lower part of the city.
Apply to jy.'2dlm DOUGLAS P. ORT.
! JLOST ! LOST ! A good flt if you
LOST not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
. WINDHORST & BLUM,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
stock ol Imported and Domestic
j Pieceoods and Trimmings on hand. All
orders executed promptly and satlslactorlly.
35Cooper's Building, second story, at head
of stairs. au2dly
THOS. BRANCH & CO.,
consignments of GRAIN. Make
SOLICIT udvances with bill lading in hand,
prompt returns given, charges reasonable. Elevators
with capacity of 40U.00O bushels,
on Hue of Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.
J. C. Kacldey & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are reccommeuded
to be. Main Street, Germautown, Ky.
liSrcemi Stre, Maysvllle, Ky, .y.
BALLENGER at Albert's China
Store adjoining Pearce, Walllngford &
co.'s iiank. apwomu
are now receiving the most eleaaut assortment
WE of BUGGIES, PHAETONS and
CARRIAGES ever brought to the city of
MYALL & RILEY.
au2dly yo. 7 Second,, and 13 Sutton Sts.
TEAS ! ! TEAS ! !
HAVE a full supply ol the best GUNPOWDER
I TEA In the market. Give me a trial
myOlyd GEO. H. HEISER.
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
ICE CREAM A SPECIALTY.
' The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY In the city. Orders tor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. niySdly
Manufacturer and Inventor of
TRU SSE S,
Made Double prSinjrle for men or boys. Address
care T. K. Ball & Son,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
W. ROGERS, agent, ofllce at Wheatly
GEO. Co.'s, Market St.. below Second. (J13fltn)
Buggies ! Buggies ! !
We have for sale the celebrated
T. T. HAYD0N BUGGIES,
from 805 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 during the
I AM DAILY RECEIVING
NEW DESIGNS 1$
China and Glassware,
which I willtsell very low. Clocks repaired.
myodly G. A. McCARTHEY.
GLASSWARE, TINWARE, CUTLEHY &G.
45 Market St., East side, between 2nd and 3rd.
We will offer for the next THIRTY DAYS, our enttlre Stock of
II it T YHKSwjHI P A D V
GENTS, iJUBNISHINf pM tf&jkl?
Bl&W;C03t, to clQ3),out,andinalce roam for Our FALL and WIRTER GOODS. Call
other houes In the State.
VIGROY 4, LIS,
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