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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY EVENING, ATJGh 24, 1882.
sstTerms : The Evening Bulletin is published
daily, aud served ireo of postage at G
cents per week; 25 cents per month; Toceuts
per three mouths ; SI.50 per six months, and 63
per year, payable in advance.
THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN
ANY 01HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYSVILLE.
Hon. J. A. McKenzie 1ms withdrawn ns
si candidate for Congress in the Second
A Washington special says people there
begin to understand that Secretary Folger
is the administration or stalwart candidate
for the governorship of New York.
Reports received from a large number
of counties in Kansas give the yield of
wheat from sixteen to forty-eight bushels
an acre, and show an average of twenty-eight
bushels. The general average of the
central part of the state is estimated at
twenty-three bushels and some few counties
will run to twenty-five as was the case
To the Democracy of Mavsville Precinct
There will be a meeting of the Democracy
at the court house Saturday evening,
September 26th, at 3 o'clock sharp, for the
purpose of selecting twelve delegates to
attend the county convention that meeti;
in said court house on Monday for the
purpose of selecting delegates to represent
this county in the district convention that
meets at Grayson, September 17th 1S82, to
to nominate a candidate for Congress for
this the 9th congressional district. A full
attendance is requested.
Jno. W. Alexander,
Chairman Maysville Precinct No. 1.
The Presidential party is at Newport.
The death rate is increasing at
Tripoli will sustain Arabi with fitteen
A corner is reported in oats for August
delivery at Chicago.
The flouring mill of Freeze & Williams,
of Louisa, burned on the 22nd.
Charles Stockley is the Democratic candidate
for Governor of Delaware.
A revolution is reported in Mexico
under Ex-Governor Terres, of Sonora.
The State Tournament of the Merry
Archers in Ohio is in session at Dayton.
Fifty-four new cases and four deaths
from yellow fever in Brownsville on the
One hundred and fifty cigar makers,
of Fritz Brothers, Cincinnati, are
on a strike.
Ryner, the murderer of McGarvey at
West Las Animas, was taken from the jail
Lieutenant Berry, of the Rodgers, and
Engineer Melvilleof the Jeannette, have
left St. Petersburg for home.
The Adirondack Hotel and thirty other
buildings at Keeseville, N. Y., were burned
on the 23rd. Loss 100,000.
Four of the employes of Coup's circu?
were killed and ten wounded by a collision
on the Wabash railroad, on the 22nd.
Arabi has abandoned his positions between
Suez and Ismalia and retreated to
Ke has succeeded in cutting
the canal near Mahalel.
Barnes on Drunkards.
" A man can confess Jesus better when
he is drunk than when he is sober, he can
just' come and throw himself, limber as a
rag, into the arms of Jesus. Suppose a
man comes here limber drunk, and confesses
Christ, and then goes out and puts
another quart of whisky under his belt,
and, going home, he falls off hia horse and
breaks his neck, that man vill go straight
to lieaven, as sure as God is God, and if
He uon it wouiu uu wining 10 goto 'lieu
Which Term is Applied
to the Nicholas
How the Democrats of Our Sister
County Handle the Wires.
And What the Duties are that n Judge of
the Court of Appeals is Elected
The convention which assembled in Ca-lisle
Monday for the purpose of instructing
the vote of Nicholas county in the
Grayson convention was one of the most
boisterous, unmanageable and infamous it
has ever been oui sad misfortune to look
The convention was called to order
shortly before 2 o'clock by John P.
chairman of the Democratic Executive
Committee. Nominations for chairman
being in order, Johii A. Campbell
was nominated by the Harbeson men and
Judge Holiday by the Pntchard side.
The crowd having adjourned from the
court-house to the yard, it was decided
that the vote be taken by stretching ropes
and dividing the crowd. The division
showed conclusively that the Campbell
side was much the larger. This was admitted
by Keene Pritchard himself, but
the chairman, whose eyes are affected,
could not see i; in that" light, and so announced
that he was unable to decide who
had the majority.
After some wrangling a committee was
then appointed to take the vote of each
side as it passed through the gate. The
committee was composed of Billy Wilson,
Sam. Stone, Neal. Wagner and James
The voting was begun on the Holladay
side and it was half-past four before they
concluded to yield the polls. The Campbell
men were then given a chance to try
their strength. They voted in a continuous
stream until half-past five, when a row
was raised at the tellers' desk between
John Campbell, Jr., and a fellow named
Wilson (whom we will nick-name "Tug"
for short). During this difficulty a crowd
gathered around the table, a hand with
wiry fingers edged its way through the
solid mass of humanity, the poll book disappeared,
and shortly afterwards we saw
it moving toward the court house, pulling
behind it T. F. Hargis. Now don't understand
U3 to say that the poll book was
taken by Mr. Hargis he who formerly
lived among us as a student, whom Fleming
county supported in the convention
in his race for the Senate; whom Fleming
county raved over in his race for Circuit
Judge; whom Fleming county groomed
in his race for Criminal Judge, and for
whom she instructed her delegates over
the head of nne of her own county men;
whom Fleming county stood by with undying
devotion in the "memorable Owings-ville
convention which made him Chief
Justice of the State of Kentucky we say
this man was not the criminal "who committed
the theft; he simply stood behind him
and patted his back, and when the job was finished
relieved him of his goods.
By this strategic movement dozens of
voters were cut off from the privilege of
exercising their rights, and as might be
supposed they were violent in their denunciations
of the outrageous conduct.
Mr. Hargis then, wTho was neither chairman
of the meeting nor one of the committee
of tellers, proceeds with the boys
to the courthouse steps and declares Holladay
elected by five majority.
Of course no set of men could assent to
such infamous action as this, and the consequence
was that two conventions were
organized and two sets of delegates selected
to represent the county at Grayson.
John A. Campbell was selected as chairman
of the Harbeson men, and with the
two conventions side by side it was plain
to see that Harbeson was decidely in the
majority. The convention presided over
by Campbell instructed for James P. Harbeson,
with J. Smith' Hurt as second
Thus ends a chapter" in political conventions,
the like of which we have never
seen before, and we sincerely trust we
shall never see its counterpart.
In chronicling in plain English the facta
of thife Meeting, we expect tostiffer more J
than those whose rascality wen unveil. We
have nodoultoth'ereffiYe IrariditylB of raon
in this county and in this district who,would L . 3JAKE THE
not believe the report if told them by ' ' ir
their and if had not.boen tl rifltgipK HpilTrJll R R
own brother, we V
mi iUl& UII U 41 R Jl
an eve witness, we believe we would have ! J
been one ot that number. But as ''seeing
is believing," and as it is a duty we owe
our readers to present to them the happenings
of the times, we lay before them
the bare facts regardless of the conse
WANTED- Boarders by the week or meal,
siugie meal 25 cis., board per week $3.50.
ju us. 1AUU,
,aug2Jdhv w VlneStreet, betand 3,,
SALE One new twohorse wagon and
; harness, aho a good rockaway. Apply to
ugl8d&vlv OTHO ADAMS.
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IjiOR SALE A line Norraan Stallion, a sure
D foal getter, six yeais old. Apply to
A. J. McDOUGLE.
OR SALE A first class Organ, excellent
tone ana in gooi oruer Apply to
FOR SALE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
price. Also two carts nt half
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
inn ! ii in iirtAMt waMrtya
RENT My residence on the Fleming
FOR The house contains nine rooms, large
porches, cellars, etc., iu good repair. Dairy,
stable and orchard and garden
on the premises, Abundance of shade. A convenient
and beautiful norae for one who will
apply early, and take care of the property.
augl7 lwd&w MRS. S. M. GILMORE.
RENT Two rooms
Third aud Sutton streets
J. ' u
on the corner of
An ply to
LOST! LOST! A good fit If you
LOST! leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf .J. H. WEDDING.
in ) 1 1 1
Mason Circuit Court.
Baldus Froy's adm'r et. als, Plaintiffs
Carrie D, Frey et als. Defendants.
By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of
the Mason Circuit Court, rendered at the July
term thereof, 1882, in the above cause. I shall
shall proceed to offer for sale, iu Maysville, Ky.
to the highest bidder, at public auction, on
Saturday, the 2nd day of September,
18S2, at 2 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six aud
twelve mouths, the following described prop
erty to wit: The two-story brick residence aud
lot situated on Front Street, Maysville, Ky.,
between Sutton and Market streets, and adjoining
on the west the St. Charles restaurant,
and on the east a lot ot N. Cooper's. Binding
2Gl4 feet on Front street and extending back
136 feet to an alley. For the purchase 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.
Jbonds payable to uAUKBirr h.wall,
Persons attending the camp meeting at the
RUGGLES CAMP GROUNDS, will find ao
Iry Roods Store)
NEAR THE CAIIIP GROUNDS
everything in the eating line, such as
At lower prices than thoy can be furnished at
the camp grounds.
Don't Forget the Place
I M Hi Wl FY
jj 'in i iff iv ll i
The Dneet and Cheapest Route to
2 Trains Daily Except Sunday; 2
MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI, -
making sure connections with all lines tor the
North, South, East and iYtst .
Holders of Through Tickets have their Baggage
checked through to destination.
Special Rates to Emigrants.
trip tickets to CINCINNATI always
on sale at greatly reduced rates.
i An elegant FREE CHAIR CAR leaves Mays
ville every morning and returns the same day,
for the benefit of through passeugeis.
Time table in effect May 14, 1882.
14 10 15 13
STATIONS. EX. AC. STATIONS. AC Ex.
A.M. i. M AM P. M
Lve.Maysville. 5 45 12 3 1 Lve Lex'ton 5 CO
Sum'ltt 5 ."0 12 44 Lve.Cov'ton 2 45
" Clark's.. 0 03 12 51 Lve.Paris 6 30 6 00
' Mars'll.. 6 is 12 50 M P Ju'c'u 6 35 0 08
" Helena. 0 25 1 07 " Mll'b'g.. 7 01 C 38
" John'n.. 6 3i 1 15 " Carlisle 7 25 G 57
' Ellz'lle 0 42 1 22 " Meyers. 7 40 7 13
Ewlng... G 47 1 20 P.val'y 7 40 7 21
Cowan., fl 53 1 31 " Cowan.. 7 59 7 30
" P.Val'y. 7 08 1 40 Ewlng.. 8 05 7 35
Meyers.. 7 10 1 47 " Ellz'lle. 8 10 7 40
Carlisle. 7 25 2 0. John'n. 8 IS 7 47
Millers " Helena. 8 28 7 55
' Mll'bu'g 7 40 2 25 " Mars'll.. 8 41 8 07
" P.Ju'c'n 8 20 2 50 " Clark's 8 40 8 11
Arr. Paris 8 25 3 00 " Sum'ltt 8 55 8 20
Arr. Lex'ton 9 20 7 00 Arr. Maysville 9 10 8 35
Arr. Cov'ton 11 45 G 15 A.M. p. M
a.m. p. M
Trains 1 and 2 on Main Line run Dally, others
Dally except Sunday.
at Lexington with the O & O R R for Ashlaud,
Huntington and all points in tne .East ana
Southeast with the O N O & T P R R, for
and the South, with the L & N R R for
For Tickets, rates on household goods, Folder's
description of the western country .through
time tables etc., call on or address,
W. C. SADDLER,
Agt., Maysville, Ky.
G. T. A. Flemlugsburg.
Or any agent of theK C R R.
C. S. BROWN,
G. P. and F. A.
Uoviiigton, Flemiugslnirg aud Pound Gap
Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R.
Leave FLEMi'asBURa for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express.
9:13 a. m Maysville Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Maysville Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Flemlugsburg on
the arrlvol of Traius on the K. C. R. R.:
6:23 a. in. 4:00 p. m.
9:48 a. m. V:37 p. in.
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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 loading
citizens, who are warm in their recommendations
of its excellence. It can be used on
fianos, furniture of all kinds and fine vehicles.
t gives a very superior and lasting gloss.
The following who have used it are referred to:
Hechiuger Bros., A. Finch, State National
Bank, Ceutral Hotel, D. R. Bullock, W. W.
Ball and E. Lambden. Flemingsburg. Ky.,
refferences : Fleming & Botts. C. N. weodon.
Judge V. S. Botts, J. W. Holllu, banker, H.
Cusuman, H. H. Stitt, L. F. Bright. W. fc. Fant.
Poplar Plains references: Ben Plummor, Dr.
Hart, Mrs. L. Logan. B. Samuels, Rev.
and Summers & Bro. aul7d2w
Millersbnrgr, Bourbon County, Ky.
its seventeenth annual session
September 13, 1883. Courses
of study thorough and varied, includiug all
that Is neccessary to a olasslcal scientific or
busluess education. Discipline founded on
principle, no'espionaee'etc. ,1
Send for a CAtalogue contalplhg full particulars
to IP. W. &AK40N, rre.sldeut,
.. , dwtf. , ' '