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DAILY 'EVENING BULlfM.
MONDAY EVENING, AUG.. I4j 1S82.
bTekms : The Evening Bulletin Is published
dally, and served lvee of postage at 0
cents por week; 25 cents per month; 7o cents
per three months ; $1.50 per six months, and 83
ner year, paynble In advance.
Marram evening bulletin has a
LARGER CIRCULATION- IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN
ANY OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED in M AYS-
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The beekeeper's convention meets at
Louisville September 28tb
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During its session the aggregate amount
appropriated by Congress is $294,243,097.
Henry's majority is still climbing up.
It is now estimated to be 35,000, with a
probability of being greater.
It has been determined to have a grand
national bazaar at Washington, in December,
to raise money to build a monument
The war in Egypt seryes England well
in drawing the attention of the enlightened
world from the shameful effects of
the oppressive policy in Ireland.
Gen. Grant has ostentatiously announced
that lie would not vote for James G.
Blaine for President even if he were the
regularly nominated candidate of the Republican
The Free Trade Bulletin says: "The
average American manufacturer is interested,
generally, in two things, namely.
The highest protective tariff and the
cheapest labor. If he can secure these all
else desirable speedily follows. The first
he has secured; the second he could readily
obtain through unrestricted Chinese immigration
if that measure had not been defeated.
It is not difficult to see the origin of
that political economy which suggests high
protective tariffs and at the same time advocates
the admission of servile laborers
into the country without limit. It means
high prices for the-products of manufacture
and low prices for the labor which
produces them; the aggrandizement of
capital and the debasement of labor;
greater wealth for the wealthy and greater
poverty for the poor.
Meeting of the Executive Committee.
At a meeting of the Democratic Executive
Committee, held in pursuance" to a
call from the chairman, on August 12th,
1882, at 11 o'clock a. ra., at the oflice of
Judge Wall, on motion:
A convention is called to meet in the
court house, Maysville, Ky.f on Monday,
August 28th, 1882, at 11 o'clock a. in., to
select delegates to represent the County of
Mason in the Congressional Convention
tor the 9th District that meets at Grayson,
Carter County, on Thursday, September
7th, 1882, at 12 noon. .
Precinct meetings shall be held in each
precinct on Saturday, August 26th, 1882,
at 3 o'clock p. m., to select delegates to
attend the county convention on Mondav,
August 28th, 1882.
The Hancock vote shall be the basis of
representation, and each precinct shall be
entitled to one delegate for each fiftv votPR
cast for Hancock, and one for each fraction
or or over.
The precinct of Chester having been
abolished, on motion, the three delegates
belonging to it are'divided as follows: Two
to Maysville No. 1, and one to Orangeburg
Upon this basis Maysville No. 1 is. entitled
to 12 delegates; Maysville No. 2 to
7 delegates; Dover No. 3 to 3 delegates;
Minerva No. 4 to 2 delegates? Gewiiantown
No. 5 to" 2 delegates)' Sardia No. to delegates;
Maysfick No. 7 to 5 delejja'tefy
No. 8 to 5 delegates; Oriihtfeburg
No. 9- to 0 delegates; Washington N6. 10
to 3 delegates; . Murphysville No. 11 td 2
delegates; arid Fern Leal No. 12 to 2 delegates.
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' orderedbafe theiproce:dings
be published- ysvitx BuLLirf in,-El
aMfcSundaMoming; Gail,, arid the
'ltfeatihg adjourned 4&g4taiig;v)j
Chairman D. E. O.
! NEWS BREVITIES.
Russia's voice is now for war. ; j
Oliver BakeY was lnsantlyilled
falling-tree at-Hartford, 0. -
PVjh fV trrrs
ctArv1 mnauo ttt11
tMWWW AWVMv ?
Henderson county, Ky., has harvested
the largest wheat crop it has ever known.
567,000 as the present population of Chi
cago. - v --, -
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A. G. Leonard (dolored) citreBitor'of
the Paris, (JUL) Gazette, was seriously cut
by a young politician.
The old Belding House wds destroyed
by fire at Washington, Indiana, recently.
Loss, $600; no insurance.
Chess' Xftbtaas i.was "hanged at Palestine,
Tekas, Saturday' for the muYder of
McMeanB in March, 1881 '
James W. Pease, a Lowell, Mass.,(loom
fixer, fired twice at his wife without effect,
and then killed himself. Intenip'erance.
Miss Nora Carr, living near Jefferson-ville,
Fayette County, was killed in a railroad
collision on the Ohio Central, Friday.
Forest fires were burning all around
Shasta, Oal., and nearly all the citizens
were out fighting the flames from the village.
At Argentine Station, near Kansas City,
John McManahan, night watchman at the
transfer depot, in a quarrel shot and killed
George McKinney, a switchman.
A farmer named T. Baker, of Hartford,
O., was "felling trees, when a heavy limb
struck his son Oliver, crushing his skull,
scattering his brains, and breaking nearly
eyery bone jn his body.
Walter Kitchell, a brakeman on a New
York elevated train, was thrown from the
platform into the street by a passenger
named Reddington, and received injuries
that wLl doubtless prbve fatal.
Louisville Post: Last Saturday night,
while Captain R. S. Cheeves, the great
apostle ot temperance, was speaking in
Lexington, the gas was suddenly turned
off and rotten eggs thrown against the
building. And ail this happened in the
aristocratic city ot Lexington a city that
prides itself upon its hospitality, good
breeding and refinement. For Lha'me!
Lovers of saur kraut rejoice at the cabbage
m p m
A prohibition paper is goon to be published
at- Lexington .by a stock company
with a capital of $15,000. '
The-Democracy of Fleming, county, on
Saturday, declared for Judge James P.
Harbeson, as their choice for Congressman
in this district. Bracken has also instructed
'Tb suppose that a boy can be educated In a
printing-office. He should be educated before
he learns to set type. The business Is overrun
with Incompetent persons, wo are a constant
source of trouble, and who might have done
well in some other calling. A boy, to become
a good compositor, should have a taste for
reading, and should bo naturally a good speller,
besides having a good mechanical turn. The
boys who educate themselves in printing-offices
are the select few who would pick up an
M Iss Carrie Dye has an Invoice of new music
and her parlor concerts are very toney. She
slqgs very sweetly.
The frequent and protracted rains are very
trying on the patience of our farmers, besides
the loss in sprouted wheat is beyond estimate
as many cropsare yet uuthreshed. "Will report
wheu we shall haye pabsed the destructive
Our Village Is represented at Parks' Hll
Camp Meeting by Mrs. Mary Wheeler, Mrs. David
Dye, and Col. Current.
Miss Laura Gould, of Eminence, Miss Amanda
Trigg, ot Shannon, and Miss Alice Dallas, of
Carllslerhave returned from the encampment
and are making gay the household of, Mr. Duke
Mr,,Davld Dye left us for Kansas op Monday
last. ,He will be Jofngd by Paris and
will probably go into the
ness on the plains of Montana., We regret,. to
lose hlfai ashels bneot'durbfest'youugcmzelis
The farewell dinner crtveh by Mrs.' Mary Vt
Dye to her husband (and their epeclal frJendsJ
on Sunday last,. on the qv. of hjsdeparture
fcf Ihs LWzle P&vton ti&sa
"Valley 3fri;' plkko. Blofta klliehor&alBt
ah, e WI)L haVe nA trolly b lr.nlug, thpt keys
and, making It discQuraemoet oaue6trmus!d.
the Mjub tfiMtibK Jeatattforutiiea iYwrV
i ill I a in uiet uooouiu uu uutd auuiuuuiai'sviBiiv
about the ladles.
' Aug. 141882,Wtl resid&cofcr3ReV S.
M. Harris tai
Raud, both of LtfSvls county, ICy. v v,
mtro i fKrANTED A .good .man to Canvas, Can
M. JAUUB mSUUUlf;
aug. Ot.f. jContralWAtel, Roqm No. 28.
m a tnmtt
1 and 1 ton of oats, by.fetaicfcSor ton, dntfa'tm'
near Maysville: -
I? OK tine Normati'StftflloriT&Wre
J foal getter, six yeavs old. Apply to
TiOR 8AIiEA ftr3t cla3s Organ, excellent
X toneaua in gooa order Apply to
1 1 -
FOKSAIiK ApalrofHowes 8 ton scales
Atnnerthird price. Also--two carts at half
price. Apply at Iy20dtf. TIS OFFICE.
MUM HI lM!MWMrtdiMtMMMMMMi
TTiftR RENT Two rooms on
X? Third and Sutton streets
the corner of
G. V. ADAIR.
On Sunday mornlnu between
LOST corner and the Bank of Maysville, a
lady's gold chain, with ring and cross attached.
Reward paid if left at THIS OFFICE.
LOST! IiOST! A good fit
LOST! leave, your orders, with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. . mar3ltf J. HCWJE;DDltfG7;
F1SHI0NAELE MERCHANT TAILORS.
ARGE stock .ot Imported and Domestic
JLi Piece goods and on hand. All
orders, executed promptly aud satislactorlly.
M"Cooper's Building, seooud story, at head
pfstalrs .. y - au2dly
OOLICIT consigtimenta of
liberal bllklading io4iand,
nromnt returna tzLven. charaes reasonable. El
'T. ... .,tlr nAA -. - --1 -
evator witn capacity or iw,iw Dusneisj
on line and Ohio -Rail-
JACOB LIN N
Four doors BeloW the4 Postofflce
HAS OPENED HIS
Ice Cream for sale by the gallon or half gallon.
Wedding Parties furnishexl on short notice.
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J. C. 1 Kackley & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are reccomniended
to be. Main Street, Germttntovvu, Ky.
No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Qeniral Hotel,
OJJlce Open at all Hours. MATSVfLLEf KY.
FfftE lNSU6AHCEf WH ANY,
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rr EO, office
XX ACo.'s, Market Si.. teelowSeoomdj tyip9mp
.Manufacturer and IrLvenor of
.Made Double, or SluaJevfor
Uixm uu.i :r .iAcAUBEr. 1
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TEGINS Its seventeenth annual
""of study thorough and varied, including -all
tuat 1? ueccessary 10 a classical soitjutiuc or
business education. Disciplluo fouudbd on
principle, no espionage etc.
Espouses as Low as any.
X S"end for a.Catalogue containing full particulars
to B. W. BaTSOT, i'resideut.
JENNIE DACRES; assisted by1 her
MRS. Miss Maude Dadres, will open,
a nelect school at the rooms in the Christian
Church the arst weekln September. J121md
6LH, TIHWIIIIE, CUTLERY &fi.
45 Market St., East side, between 2nd and 3rd.
m5d6m . .
A 9mtTmr K
Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Queensware, Wooden-ware,
Glassware, Notions, dec Highest .price
paid for Country Produce. Goods delivered to
any part of jthe city. - 4 I p & (
Cor. Fourth 'and' Plum jStretts,
H 5ft A.
MA YS VILEJKY.
Buggies ! Buggies ! !
T. T. HAYD0N SUGGIES,
from 865 upwards.
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M. "WT. has. reopened the
HILIj tlOUSE'and Is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour during -the
day. .,,. Wl56m
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J - " t r 1 , y. t, t ,T
! AM DAILY RECEIVING
. NEW DESIGNS' IN
China and Glassware,
BALLENGER at Alberts China
Store adlolulng Pearce, WalllngfoMi &
Co.'s Bank. apHOiud
are now receiving the most eleaaut assortment
WE of BUGGIES, PHiETONS and
CARRIAGES ever brought to the city of Maysville.
MYALL & RILEY.
au2dly no. 7 Second, aud 18 Sutton Sts.
TESAS ! ! TEAS ! !
a full supply of. the best
mywiyu vuu. it. uiwatt.
vTdtfmhl niatftffartMrdr'P.CTitE' kTK
GAKDY'Ia' tha'oityw ;Orders toriWiKidJniiana
parties promptly attended to.. ' 7 'my&aly'jt