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DAILY EVENING BUBLETINr
SATURDAY EVENING, AUG 9 1832.
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ngtTekms ; The Evening Bulletin Is published
dally, nnd served iree of postage at C
wnunor wppIcj 25 cents per month: '75 cents
per three months r ?1'.5D per six months, and 53
per year.pnyubleJn ndvnnce.
assTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IK THIS" CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
ANY O'lHER PAPER-PUBLISH ED IN MAY-VILLE.
Wo. 'ire authorized to announce JAMES P.
HARBESON, of Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action of the
Democracy in convention assembled.
We are authorized tonnnounceCol.J.SMITH
HURT, of Bath County, as a candidate for
Congress In the Oth Congresslnl 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,actlon oi the Democratic party.
Major J. Alex. Grant, at Frankfort, is
a candidate for Registered the Land Oilice.
The Republicans of the Eighth district
havo nominated W. 0. Bradley for Con
The vote on the school tax in Kentucky
will be very close though it is believed to
It seems that the pistols used for dueling
purposes in this country are not half
as destructive of human life as the toy
pistol given to the children as a play
The Republican idea of internal revenue
reduction is lifting taxation from the
rich and permitting the burden to remain
upon the poor. The Republican majority
did not pass the sham' internal revenue
bill, but they gave the people of the country
an inkling as to the kind of tax reduction
they would make if compelled to.
The investigation into the Jeannette
disaster has been left to a naval court of
inquiry which will not assemble until
Lieutenant Melville's return. Melville
with ail his bravery and after all his noble
and almost superhuman efforts will
meet with rather a doubtful reception
from a court of inquiry which will endeavor
to find some fault with his actions.
If the necessaries of life were reduced
in price so as to come within the means of
laboring men they would not be compelled
to strike for higher wages tor their labor.
The workingmen should turn their
attention for awhile from their employers
to tho republican majority in Congress
which refused to remove from them
the burdens of taxation, which are
The workingmen in the iron mills at
Pittsburg who have been engaged in a
strike for some time will have hard work
to make up for what they have lost. Thus
far, according to an estimate made recently,
the strike has cost them in wages, no less
. than four millions of dollars, ail amount
flint, t.hfi tronmirip.q nf nil fhf irnn wnrlrprs )
unions will not be eble to make good.
And even though the strikers succeed in
obtaining the advanced scale of wages they
demand the increase for the whole year
will hardly compensate them for what has
already been lost in wages. The strikes
that 'pay are of very rare occurrence.
Arthur's tyan Spencer.
Philadelphia Times': Ex-Senator Spencer
is que of President Arthur's railroad
commissioners, and he failed to respond
as a witness when -wanted by the government
in the Starroute nroqecutions. A
hint from "President Arthur 'that a high
public officer must answer a call from the
government when n Jfattle with public
thieve! would have made Spepcpr respond
joVjesign', but Arthur seems 'to Jha've forr
gptterirtf) giv.e the Hint, and Spencer goes
his way with impunity. . , ,
Tho Massachuseets Greetibackersjare)
not a Unit in supportof G.en. Sutler, ft I
" The 7oth 0.rVrftttillli6ld aHuioWt:
Lqckland, 0., on th.eJL.4th .prpximp, . . ..
A fire in the Central Block at Brockton,
Mass:, caused a loss of $2p,000. - Partly in
'At "Rockland, Me., Herbert Rowell, a
saloon keeper, while drunk, fatally shot
his wife. ' - '. r 4 ' i .
The Greenbackers of the Tenth Ohio
District have-nominated Col.
of Clyde, for Congressman.
A fourteen-year-old son of Dr. Clifford
Fowlert of Hustonville, Ky., fatally stabbed
a little companion 'named .Bishop, on
James Cliff, a tinsmith, fatally shot his
wife in the tuntiel of the Midland Railroad,
in Alexandria, Va. Jealousy.
At Montgomery, Ala., Wednesday night,
a fire at Wadsworth's sawmills, on the
Louisville & Nashville Railroad, destroyed
about $25,000 worth of lumber.
Ex-Mayor John J. Kleiner was nominated
at Mt. Yernon, Ind., as the Democratic
candidate for Congress from the 1st Congressional
Will Lewis, aged twenty-two, a well-known
young man of Wheeling, was
drowned near Powhattan, twenty miles
down the Ohio river.
A fire at Cambria, O., destroyed John
Sell's saloon, Kelly's grocery and dry
goods store, Empler's harness shop, the
Union House, and the bank building,
A. J. Jenks, son of Chancellor Jenks,
of North Evanston, III., took poison Wednesday
night, and died Saturday. He is
said to be a forger, though of 'reputable
The Central Kentucky Sheep Breeding
Company held their annual sale of
Southdowns, and Shropshiredowns
at Lexington, Thursday. The sales netted
A dispatch from Magdalena, Sonora,
says: Apaches numbering 100 or more
are now raiding in the vicinity of Ares,
Mexico. One hundred people have been
killed in the last two weeks.
The tabulated report of the wheat crop
of 18S1 in Ohio, shows that the estimates
made in advance by the Board of Agriculture
from data furnished by thrashers,
were in error but one-fourth of one per
Six smugglers, with forty pack animals,
encamped for the night in a canon in the
Swissholm Mountains, Arizona. All, save
one, were drowned by a cloud-burst last
week. Their bodies were found scattered
along the canon next morning.
At the reception on the flag-ship Tennessee,
at New Castle, N. H., the ship and
yachts in the harbor were gaily dressed.
Among those present were Washington
McLean, of Ohio, Senator Moore, of Tennessee,
Dr. John Weggins, Samuel Ridgley
and Charles Weggins.
Miss Nora Harris is visiting Miss Sadie
Sardis will be lagely represented at Blue
Pro Tem. con fan ed a favor on the readers of
the Bulletin hy his Items.
The Rev. Thos. K. Hanford leaves on Saturday
for a lew days. We learn that ho will
preach at the Third Street M. E. Church,
Maysvllle, on Suuday. Tho following week
will be spent at Ruggles' camp meeting, lie
will return in time to speak at the Sunday,
school picnic near Shannon, on tho 26th, and
meet appointments at Murphysvllle on next
day. The night service heio on Sunday next
vili be conducted by the pastor of the M. E
church, isouth. Matter of Fact.
A t Paris, on the 17th inst., while a des
titute family, consisting of the father,
mother, and several children were waiting
for a train to Covington, one of the children,
a boy, seven years of age stepped
off the platform on the track and was run
over by a car. One of his legs and a part
of the hand were cut off. Tho little fellow
wad so seriously injured he is not expected
to recover." The good people at Paris
collected $50 and presented it to the family.
They gave beside $10 in silver to the
little sufferer. Tears" ofgratitudo 6a"&e to
h'iseyes'and hetoftfd'hfe had never seen go'
much money before in b'is life.
arg fnainjcl' tyay nd,came -from, tie
southeric part ofjthis county; 'Thfey were'
iMontleiTaJL.kin3ryWeln tlWm. J
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X xoai getter, six yeas 01a.
AXK Onenfew wagom&hd
1 harness, alsojai'good rockawtfy. j Apnflytfo
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171OR s A anil tlraothy'lfay'
JL,' nnu 7 tons 01 oats, uystacu or ion, on mini
near MitfAVIUtt. '.TrJTnTJSRI
BjiOR SALE A flue JNormanStallion, a aur.o
TQiOlt SALE A first class Organ, excellent
JD .tone audlngooi order Apply to.
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A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
IOItwAliE ? price. "Also twocart8aHialf
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
RENT-My residencVnn 'life Fleming"
pike. Thehou.se contains nine rooms, large
porches, cellars, etc., in good repair. Drilry,
stable and carriage-house, orchard and garden
on the premises, Abundance 01 shade. A convenient
and beautiful nomd fot one who will
apply early, and take care of the property.
i JV1RS. S. M. GILMORE.
RE XT Two rooms on the corner of
Third andiSAittdn; streets Apnly to
1: ..' -.:'.. ji, m 1. w.auaik,
On Thursday morning be.tweGUMur
LOST and kimestonestreetr, 'an envelope-containing
a , suni J of 'money. g"he owneris
name is .on tlie
On Monday, August 14. li82, betweeni
George Enls' neat store on Market street,
.Maysvllle, Ky and my residence in Aberdeen,
Ohio, a small package containing dres goods.
The finder will please return to M.K.Enls
and receive rewardv
Sunday morning between" Hech
LOST-On corner and the Bank of Maysville, a
1 ally's gbld chain, with Tlng'and cross attached.
Reward paid if left at THIS OFFICE,
LOST! good' fit If you
LOST! leave your orders with the Filth
Ward Tailor. marSltf J. H. WEDDING.
Mason Circuit Court.
BaldusFrey'sadm'r et. als, j Plaintiffs
Carrie D, Frey et als. Defendants.
By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of
the Mason Gircult Court, rendered at the July
term thereof, 18S2, in the above cause, I shall
shall proceed to offer for sale, in Maysvllle Ky.
to the highest bidder, at public auction, on
Saturday, the 2nd dy of September,
1882, at 2 o'clock p. m upon a credit of six and
twelve months, the,following described property
to wit: The brick resilence and
lot situated on Front Street, Maysville, Ky.,
between Button and Market streets, and adjoining
ou the west the St. Charles restaurant,
and on the east a lot ot N. Cooper's. Binding
26 feet ou Front street and extending back
130 feet to an' alley. For the purohase price,
the purchaser, with approved sureties must
execute bonds, bearing legal interest from day
of Sale according to law. Bidders will be prepared
to comply promptly with these terms.
Bonds payable to GARRETT S. WALL,
nuglOtd Master Commissioner.
Union Agricultural Society,
Of .lluson and Bracken ouuties,
will be held on the Association's beautiful
NEAR GERMANT0WN, KY
commencIngOctober 11, and contlnning
four dnyN, This is eminently an Agricultural
Fair, devoted to the steady Improvement
of all kinds of stock, as well as the encouragement
of fruit culturer horticulture and every
kind of domestic -work. The Board- of directors
will spare neither time, trouble or expense
to'make the fair of 18S2 tho most attractive
ever held by the society.
General Price of Admission 30ets.
No Charge for Entries, Stalls Free,
Ample giipply of Water ?
t y t
FEED' AT REAS0RA8LE' RfflOE.
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A NICE nice lot ot Walking Canes lust re-
a call-'l A?&OREEES,t3k'aON,Seoond stwt; ,
mtf 4 :'oVe Yancey & Alexander's ntabl
eniucKy uenirai k.
The Direat and Cheapest Aoute to
2 Trains Daily r'Except Sunday 2
MYSVILLE TO CINfCINNATlV '
making sure tfduuectlons wltlfhllllfie'Sr ftfr'tbtf
-! ' a l?JhutykM
"H.olders'of Through Tickets have their Baggage
checked through to destination.
Special Rates to Emigrants:-
2rRound trip- tickets tgrUNfJINATHaff
ways ou sale atsgreatly jr g
An elegant FJtUE CH AIRCaS leaves Mayl?
vllle every morning and returnshe'samedayA'.
for the benefit of through pussengersi il 22 H
Time table in effect May.H, 1882.
9 TM IbTT I r5 13S
r, STATIONS. EX. AC. STATIONS. Ac. gX?
A M.fP.'M A"2rP;3t
X.ve. Maysville. 5 45 12 3 Lve Lex'ton 5 00
' Sum'itt 6 2 45
Clark's-.. 0 C8 12 51 Lve.Pari ( 30 0 (X)
" Mars'Il.. 6 1U2 5H " PJu'o'n 6 33 0 08
" Helena. 0 2.5 1 07 " Mll'b'g.. 7 01 6 38
" Johu'u.. (i 34 1 10 " CarlUle 7 2-5 0 57
Eliz'IIe G 42 1 21 " Meyers. 7 40 7 13
' Ewlng... 0 47 1 26 " P.Val'y 7 4!) 7 21
. ' Cowan . 0 53 1 31 " Cowan.. 7 59 7 30
" P.Val'y. 7 03 I 40 Ewlng.. 8 05 7 35
" Meyers.. 7'10 147 ' Ellz'ire. -810740
Carlisle. 7 2-5 2 0. Johu'u. 8 18 7 47
Millers Helena. 8 28 7 55
" Mil'bu'g 7 40 2 2o " Mars'Il.. 8 41 8 07
P.Juc'n 8 20 2 50 " Clark's 8 46 8 11
Arr. Paris 8 25 3 00 Sum'itt 8 55 8 2)
Arr. Lex'ton 9 20 7 00 Arr. Maysville 9 10 8 35
Arr.Cov'ton 11 45 6 15 A.M. i m
a.m. p. M
Trains 1 and 2 on Main Line run Daily, others
Dally except Suiu'ay.
nt Lexington with the C & O R R for Ashland.
Huntington and all points iu the East and
Southeast with the O N O&TPRR, for
and the South, with tho L & N R R for
Frankfort and Louisville,
For Tickets, rates on household goods, Folder's
description of the western country.through
time tables etc., call ou or address,
W. CJ. SADDLER,
Agt., Maysville, Ky.
G. T. A. Fleraingsburg.
Or any agent of the K C R R.
C. S. BROWN,
G. P.andF. A.
J. D. ELLISON,
' 'x -- iff V
Ooviugtouj Fleiiiiiigsbnr and Pound Gab
. Connecting with Trains on K. O. R. R. -
ceave Fr.EMiNGSBtrno for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
9:18 a. m Maysvllle Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Maysville Express.
Leave Jo hwso'm Station for Flemiugsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K. C. R. R.:
6:23 a. m. 4:00 p. m.
9:48 a. m. V:37 p. m.
VERY useful and excellent article now
being Introduced in this city, Is a
manufactured and sold by MR.M.J.BISCHOF.
It has been tried by very many of our leading
citizens, who are warm in their recommendations
of its excellence. It can be used on
pianos, furniture of all kinds and fine vehicles.
It gives a very superior and lasting gloss.
The following who have used It are referred to:
Hechlnger Bros.. A. Finch, State National
Bank, Central Hotel, D. R. Bullock, W. W.
Ball and E. Lambden. Flemlngsburg, Ky.,
rofferences: Fleming & Botts. C. N. weedon,
Judge W. S. Botts, J. W. Hoillu, banker, H.
Cushman. H. H.ttt, L. F. Bright, W. to. Faut.
Poplar Plains references: Ben" Plum mer. Dr.
Hart, Mrs. L. Lo$an. B. Samuels, Rev.
and Summers & Bro. aul7d2w
Mlllersbarg, Bourbon CotiMty, Ky.
its seventeenth annual session
BEGINS Sepimr IS, ISftt Courses
of study thorough ami varied,- lnoludlnz all
thafrfl, ftfe $w5?g ;to lntltfe or
busln'esfl) eTOStWn DlaelpUfaii fouatfed on
principle, no espionage etc.
Expesses nslw ti ry.
, Send (6 & JDataiogueontaljQlni Am.farUou
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