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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN;'
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LrTHE EVENING BULLETIN- HASA.
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS UITW
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANOTHEREAPERIJIJBDISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.-
Congress has adjourned.
Lexington prohibited prohibition by
Arace track one mile in length isito.be
made near- Covington. V
The annual state meeting of the Christian
Churches of Kentucky will be held
in this city August 29th.
In" Kentucky, it is1 estimated, there 'is
one drinking saloon to every 480
so bad after ajl, .
The Washington bolt "was a kick again st
John Ryamand the Bulletin's lagn, and not
ajalnst Dennis Fitzgerald. "Eaget
Any excuse is better than; none.
Lexington is to have a free medical dispensary
for the benefit of the poor. That
placo'hasset many examples in the last
few years that might be profitably followed
by other Kentucky towns.
An exchange says: Two thousand
Kentuckians have been converted to.
Christianity in the last three months. But
they had to modify Christianity so it
shouldn't interfere, with racing and poker.
The San Antonio (Texas) Times mentions
the death of a valuable-trotting mare,
owned. by Mr. Charles Calvert, formerly of
of this citv, but now of San Antonio.
The animal died from a dose of arsenic
The State Republican convention of Indiana
met at Indianapolis on the 9th inst,,
and nominated the following ticket: Sec
retary.of State, E.' R. Haun; Auditor of
State, E. H. Wolf; Treasurer, R. J". Hill;
Attorney General, D. P, Baldwin; Supreme
Court .Reporter, J. "W. Gordon,' and Superintendent
of Public Instruction, J. "M..
Preachers and Politics.
From the Ashland (Ky.) "Express.
One of the most lamentable feature, of
the times, is the hot anxiety manifested by
so many preachers to lay down their Crttir
ing as embassadors of the blessed Savior ;
and, panting for political position, rush
into politics and engage in all the tricks of
their party to attain a leader's place. In
these degenerate days, it would seem
reasonable td the ordinary mind, that when
ever a man would take upon himself the
character of a called minister of the Master,
and being set apart to attend to the
spiritual interests ot His flock, that he
would spurn the thought of becoming
recreant to his high trust; and that no
earthly consideration would induce him
to betrav that trust, so far as to be found
engaged in a filthy party warfare, to ac-1
culm (uiqu u puxty inuui!ii, vv b unuiuu
in the Portsmouth District, in Ohio,. at a
ComrressionalRenublican Convention held
in thai cl'tyj, after one of the most
uttuempu cy.niesia, ever mm , anu alter
balloting $64 tlhies, arid being in,
3ay; J Y. .MoCormiek, a
preacher; received the nomination 6
tt'eirfl, the -present 'member; and'
haIf"adozerf)ther fe6T(liciarVs, each" 'of
the1 TfiMlf District 6r 'KhtiickV, weiinV
th' ' h u'ftfHiUthifc Bpepttftw .fo another'
intiiB ttiahfor tariy rfTdMrrStlorr fo
Cdngeind?VHose' flr$t&htib"nfc will be
down on these political
hiiu muruiyuig to uiuir uiuuua. ;,'tirr
Tke RiferTRailfoadf." V
1 ; Cincinnati Enquirer, 3 . I
For yearstCincinnati hasjbeen promised
Ohio. RepTatVdttmWlfave'rFen mfiSS
on each .side, of thej:ivertoJuild. from
this city to the coal measures of the Upper
Ohio, notably Eastern Kentucky and
West Virginia. The Chesapeake and Ohio
in crossing the-mountains cut the great
coal deposit lor oue Hundred miles unsurpassed
quuiiiiiy uiiu lesuug uh vveateru leruiinus
o.a ,tn.esnore ot.tne u.nio,joue, liundretL
and forty miles east of us, has patiently
waited for years for. an invitation to meet
us. Some of our enterprising citizens under
the leadership of John Carlisle built a
line from the Ohio river into the. famous
Peach Orchard coal vein, while the Eastern
Kentucky Railroad and the Lexington
and Big Sandy; from Ashland have
long been coal carrying roads.
Mr. Huntington, President of. the, Chesapeake
and Ohio Railroad, some three
years ago purchased the old wreck of, a
proposed road on the Kentucky shore,
and has since been putting it through a
legal crucible, securing some days since a
decision in the United States. Court of
ientucicy giving, mm a title to tue prop
erty, since when it has been determined
to build the road this year from the present
terminus of the Cincinnati and Ohio
at Ashland to Cincinnati, and all surveys,
including those for a bridge at Cincinnati,
are in progress. So that Cincinnati can
reasonably count upon having a low grade
rail connection with the coal aud iron beds
of Virginia and Kentucky within a year.
In addition, the Cincinnati and Eastern
Railroad is pushing construction, expecting
to complete to the Scioto Valley Railroad
within a year. The Scioto Valley
occupies the river front from Portsmouth
to a poiut opposite Ashland, and is now
in connection with the Chesapeake and
Ohio. Huntington is supposed to control
the Scioto Vallev, and, of course, will dictate
the future of railroads in the Ohio
Valley between, this city and the Big
Sahdy. It is claimed by those who kn,ow,
and 'iii fact we have seen within a few
days the declaration over his Qyli signature,
that he intended to commence 'the
building of the road on the Kentucky
shore as early in September as he cpuld
get ready. He is now in California.. As
Mr. Huntington owns a large interest in
the "Big Poiir" and the Kentucky Central,
he is a factor of some moment in our railroad
affairs. The growing value of the
Chesapeake and Ohio, developing, as it
does, the great coal and iron m'easures of
the Aleghany and Blue Ridge Mountains,
its sp'endid position at tide-water at Newport
News, and the independent attitude
assumed in the world of traffic, make it a
valuable addition to our rail facilities.
Our people are largely interested in its
success coming to them without .a dollar's,
In. addition to the Chesapeake and Ohio
and the Cincinnati and Eastern there is
another line proposed -the Blaine-Warner
project along th,e north shore of the Ohio
from Columbia to Portsmouth, and thence
across the interior to Point Pleasant. Ah
effort is now being made to organize a
syndicate to build this roadf and inducements
are now being held out to certain
leading capitalists of our city to go into it,
the plan being to raise $1,000,000 to begin
with, aud secure the balance by negotiation
on a living project. Should all these
lines be completed and the Ohio not dry
up, our neighbors above us will enjoy a
feast in transportation.
Do your city papers give you home
news ? Ho they contain notices of your
churches, schools, . meetings, improvements,
and hundreds of. other matters of
interest which the local paper publishes
without pay ? Dp they say a word
lated to dra,v attention to your to wn,, and
aid.in the progress and enterprise of your
immediate, vicinity ? Answer these quesr
tions and then determine for yourself
whether the city or local paperis
ing oi jour sujRpois, nrt.prau,
Fart mJBmb 4w w&ll
tue. piacq. . intense excitement pre-
.U Hl(tlii v"i Wfl'Jtt T-i
foul tretter, six yea;s old.
Sm v r jrwo?wr c
A nevr cottage -with 'three
rrtonijf opposite the new aretiiodisr church
Apply xtjlporu. . dlw .
Norman Stililon, a Sure
iiOK SAIiE A nice uew dwelling with live
I? lots hanilsBmiely4slttHStacrriiaad
office. iyl2taugir. Q7 A. '
.you SAJK A unit class Qwij'exGftllentj
I " tone and In good order Applyto"
of Havre's J 'ton scales
price. A'lad tvyo carls at half
price. Apply at jySOdtf THIS OFEXOE.
tstift'T Two1 rooms'
Third and Sutton streets
on the corner of
OK comfoitable two story frame
dwelling in the low(r part of the city.
Apply to JyI2dlm
DOUGLAS P. ORT.
QSTOn Saturday, between Charles
I! ley's Confectionery and the show grounds,
a GJld Breast Pin with buckle attached to It.
The finder will receive a, liberal reward, hv returning
it. C. W. BIEtiEY.
aug. 9. t.f.
JLOST.! JLOJ.C,I fit if you.
Jtj do not .leave, yoiir' orders 'with "the Fifth
Ward Tailor. ,ruar31tfj. WEDDING.
WINDHORST &' BLUM,
TO. ARG.E. stoqlc oL Imported and Domestic
l?i iPMcp&ooati andTrlmmlngs'on hand. All
orders l&secu&edJ promptly dnd .satjsiactorily.
,J5"Cboper's Building, second story, at .head
SOLICIT conslgnraefltsr or GRAIN." hand:
prompt-returns given, qnarges reasonable.,
with bkpcity Qf 400,600 bushsli,
and Ohio 'Railroad.
Ffrur Doors" Below the1 PSstofficb'
HA5 OENP ,1113
ICE CEEAM PARLORS-
Ice Crearaforfial by the gallon or half gallon.
Wedding Parties furnished on short no-
" ' " 'T ' ' ' '
J . 4. " Kaclrley '&
Dry Goods, Gcoceniet,.B,OQt$,: Shoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always wliat they Aie reccommended
to be. Main Street, Germantown, Ky.
pAVIi r ANJEllgN,,
I "T j ',! mr m
No. 21 Market Qt., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Ofllce Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY.
r ' m
riiHE firm of SIMON t BRO has thisdavUeeh
consent, JOSEPH SI-
.- . . . 7 - lfa
1 . r '-'-
T "" flT.VrVrrTiTTnxrr f
i 'tr"xywi' ,:
its seventh annual ssfttpWi" Wednesday,
September 13, IS2. Courses
?f tvidy tliorou and varied, including; ajl
tfiafuTneccesknry CoaiJlasslcar'iIeTItrnd or
business education. Dldclplino founded on
princlple.esplouace etc. , -
- - --
JENNIES DAORES, assisted by her.
daughter. Miss Mauda Dacres, will. open
a select sohool at- the rooms in the Christian-Church
the first week,ln September, J12lnid
GLASSSAftE.TjHWaRE, COTffilr M.J :
45 Market St., East side, between 2nd and 3rd.
.Tobacco, Cigars, Queensware, Wooden-
ware, oiasswave,. iotions,.sajJxiguest price
paid; for Cbutitry Product'.- Goods''. delivered to
any part of ttie city.
Cpr. Fpurth; anRluw
apl21yd. - ' MA YSyiLLEzKYi
Weave for soletlieceIebfate'
Tr T; H AYQ0N i BUGGIES,
frora.SGo upwards. T. K. BALL & SON.
;. J3dKt; .
M. reopened the
MRS. HlOJCJSFimaJs prpntd to furnish
board by the day or weefc. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour during, .the
NEW DESIGNSi IN
Cbiua and (kfam wai?ei
which I will sell very low, Clooks repaired.
my5dly. G; A. McCARTHEY.
:J.ALENGER at. Albert's China.
Storeadolulhg Pearce, Walllngfonl A
Co.'s, Bank. apOuid
TfE'are now re'celving the'thost
sorttnen t of BUG&IE8, ,'PH iETONS sand
CARRIAGES evec brought to the clty.of Mays,
ville; MYALL & RILEY..
au2dly nq.7 Second, and 18 Suttou Sts.
I HAVE a full supply oi the nest