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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1883.
! Tile EVKNINO BUM.KTIN 18
published dully, inul served Iroo of postage nt
0 cents perwoek;'.!o cents per montli;75 cents
per three mouths ; 31.60 per six montliH, and
83 per year, payable In advunco.
OUR AGENTS. -Tho following persons
nre thonuthoilzed agents forthc Daily Bui.
letjn at the places Contrncts lor
KUbscrlptlnn or advertising may bo made
Baudis-P. W. Suit.
Shannon Win. Clary.
Mt. S. Htstglns.
Lewihiiuho W. T. Berry,
MiNKiiVA W. II. Hawes.
Mt. ()MVKTrI'eter Myers.
OitANaKiiuito It. P. Tolle.
TcckaHok. W. L. Hollon.
Slack's P. O. M. V. Mornn.
Emzavili.e. W. H. Stewart.
Geumantown Rladon A Bro.
Fakkow's T. Farrow.
Mt. Cahmel T. A. Henderson.
Feun Leaf Harry Burgoyno
Mciu'HYSVIM.e. W. T. Tomlln.
Fokman's J M. Ha wley.
Wash inoton Miss Anna Thomas.
JOHNSON Junction, Scruggs Bro.
v W. H. Barksdale.
The above number represents (he
each weelc ol the Daily and Weekly
Bulletin. Advertisers me Invited to call
nnd assure themselves ol the truth of the
statement, and they nre requested to henr lu
mind that our ru es for advertising nre the
General George P. Buell died nt
Nashville, Tennesse, on the 31st inst.
The Republicans of Ohio, have decided
not to postpone the State Convention.
The steamer City of Peking has landed
nine hundreJ and sixty cases of opium
in San Francisco, th'o largest cargo ever
brought to this country. Tho duties
amounted to $238,000.
We see from some correspondence in
the Cincinnati News:Journal of June 1st,
displayed under flaming head lines, that
Col. Thos. L. Jones is trying to produce
disaffection against our nomination of J.
P. Knott, for Governor, by leaving it an
open question as to whether he will yet
boa candidate in opposition to our honored
nominee. The interviews therein
referred to may be, or may be pronounced
to be inaccurate ; as it seems Col. Jones
all through his extensive canvass for tho
nomination was quite unfortunate in
having to correct alleged misrepresented
interviews and conversations, &c.,.of his,
not only as to Gov. Blackburn, but as to
Knott and Owsley and Gen. Buckner.
But if it be true that he is insidiously
stabbing our ticket by these alleged interviews,
then we prefer that he should
at once become an open and avowed candidate,
rather than resort to these indirect
means to excite disaffection.
His chief friend in the Democratic
Convention, Mr. Nelson, of Newport, his
own city, withdrew his name during the
last ballot, and on his motion the nomination
of Knott was made unanimous.
And then Mr. Nelson and Mr. Bryan, of
Covington, who had put Jones in nomination,
were appointed and acted on the
committee to inform Mr. Knott of his
unanimous nomination, made on the
B.iid motion of Jones' chief friend, and
conducieu him to tho platform to respond
to the nomination, which he did. And
after a night's deliberation Col. Jones
himself, by his speech in the convention,
ratified tho nomination of Knott. If
after all this and after the Central Committee
has arranged for a canvass of the
State by Knott, Col. Jones proposes to
go back on tho convention, and on his
friends in the convention, and on his
party, and on himself, then let it be done
The Democracy once overwhelmingly
defeated him and they can and will do it
again. Except that this time he will be
in a worse condition in many wajs,
chiefly because he will be ground between
the upper and nether mill stones.
For, of com Be, the Democracy will not
support him against their regular
niu) the ralicals and semi-radicals,
although they will seductively lead him to
such ruinous course, will never vote for
him. Wo can spare a few thousand
votes without danger to our ticket, and
wo prefer, as above stated, open opposition
to insidiousurts to create disaffection.
Let us remark that wo hope these alleged
interviews do Col. Jones injustice. For
we never in all this imbroglio have heard.
of any justification or excuse for five
votes from one county attempting to secure
the nomination of Jones by fraudulently
violating iheir ii.s ructions to vote
" solidly " for Knott. The Doinocracy of
Owen county knew what they wero doing
when they so instructed, and it was tho
grossest impropriety to attempt to secure
a nomination by a violation of the people's
will, and then h we it hurriedly announced
before a correction could bo
A candidate coming out under these
circumstanco3 must bo n candidate in defiance
of the popular will, basin ' his
claims on violated instruction on
broken faith. And we well know
Kentuckians will rebuke such recreancy.
It seems that Cincnniati papers r i the
vehicles of theso seditious utteram uid
attempts at disaffection. We think,
rather than attempting to distu he
harmony of tho Kentucky Demo. . jt
thoy would bo bettor employed
tonding to tho aflairs of their own '
Circular of the Democratic State Cen
Roomb Democratic State "j
Frankfort May 30, 183. J
Circular No. 1.
For tho better information of the
Democratic nartv of Kentucky, tho fol
lowing circular, "setting fortli tho details
of the State organization, is published
1. Tlio Miuo Uomimtteo is
charged with all matters pertaining to
the organization of the party, such ao
appointing County Committees, and settling
any difference or dispute which
may arise in subordinate Committees.
2. Tho Statu Executive Committee,
consisting of one member from each
Congressional District, is constituted
solely for the purpose of meeting with
the Slate Central Committee, upon tho
call of tho latter, with the iew to determine
tho time and place of holding u
State Convention. At such joint meeting
each member of the State Executive
Committee has one vote, and the State
Central Committee as a whole has but
3. Tho county committee is the unit of
organization, and in the city of Louisville
each Legislative distiict has a committee
which is in all respects analagous
to the county committees, and subject to
the same regulations. Tho central committee
appoints theso local committees
upon tho best evidence of fitness at its
command, and invites the party, in county
meetings duly called for the purpo&u,
to recommend such committee's for appointment,
but reserves the right of confirmation
or rejection to itself, and no
such Committee will be recognized which
has not a commission from the State Central
4. The county committees are charged
with tho local organization of the party,
and tho proper conduct of all canvasses
within their jurisdiction, as well as tho
fixing of the time, place and manner of
making nominations for office. The committees
shall bo subject to the call of the
chairman, and in his absence from the
State, or refusal to cull tho committee together
upon tho written request of thr o
members, a quorum, meeting upon the
call of the three members, after due notice
notico given, shall be competent for
business, and its action as binding as if
called by the chairman.
5. Senatorial, Judicial Congressional
district committees shall consist of the
chairmen of the county committees comprised
in tho respective districts. The
member of sad committee from the
county casting tho largest Democratic
vote at the last proceeding Gubernatorial
election shall bo chairman of such district
committee. In tho city of
and tho district compose!! of Jefferson
county and tho city, the district
chairman shall be determined by election,
and in case of the failure by the
members of the respective district committees
to elect a chairman within reasonable
time after the promulgation of
committees, the State Central Committee
0. Tho chairmen of county committees
are members of" the several
district committees. Senatorial, Judicial
and Congressional, and are empowered
and experted to exercise their judgment
in all matters pertaining to their duties
as district committeemen, free from the
dictation of their county committees
which have no jurisdiction in matters
pertaining to district organization.
7. The chairman of a district committee
is invested witii no greater power
than any other member, save in tho right
and duty of calling the committee together
to fix the time, place and manner of
district nominations. In case of his absence
f'om the State, or refusal 10 call the
committee together upon the written
request of any three members thereof, u
quorum of said commi.tce, meeting upon
the call of three members, after due notice
given, shall be competent for
is in i's action us binding as if
culled by the chairman.
8. When a convention meets to make
a district nomination, the District
chairman shall call it to order, and
and as espeedily as possible surrender the
chair to a chairman, temporary or permanent,
as the case may be, selected by
theconvention, avoiding any action which
may bo charged as favoring tho pretensions
of any candidate for tho nomination,
and bearing always in mind that in
all official action ho is expected to do impartial
justice to all candidates.
0. The ch urman of each County Committee
is hereby requested to report
without delay his committee, as now
constituted. In case of conflict, a statement
of each side must be submitted.
In counties where from any cause there
are no committees, correspondence is
solicited. All County Committees will
c mtinuo in commission until their successors
10. Tho County Committees nro enjoined
to make thorough organization by
piootnct to bring out tho
vote, and are expected to give duo notico
of all appointments, and to make proper
provision for speakers.
11. All communications should be
to tho Secretary.
J. Stoddard Johnston, Ch'n.
James E. Cantuill.
. F. P. Helm
P. B. Reed.
Geo. T. Dimt.
Sam. 13. Hill.
H. T. Stanton, Seo'ty.
The monthly dobt statement will not
show a reduction of over $1,000,000, and
probably not over $3,500,000. This is
largoly owing to lnrgo payments during
tho month for pension purposes, and
to a falling off iivcustoms receipts. Payments
for pensions have been between
$12,000,000 and $13,000,000 and tho falling
off of customs receipts has lessened
tho Government re venuo several millions.
This is caused by importers holding off
to get tho benefit of tho now tariff law.
Tho internal revenue receipts for tho
month wero very largo by reason of the
change in tho laws May 1st, and had it
not been for this act the dobt reduction
would have fallen to less than $1,000,000
for tho month.
Of the Kentucky Central Railroad.
Time tablo In iffect Mny 2i, 1883.
10 12 11 0
stations. I Ex. Ac. stations. Ac. I Ex.
A.M. V. M A.M 1. M
Lve.Maysvllle. 0 00 12 3 Lvo Lex'tou -1 J5
" Hum'ltt 0 13 1'J 42 Lvo.Cov'ton it CO
" Clark's.. (1 17 12 is Lve.Parls (1 -13 5 35
A Mnrs'll.. fl 13 12 53 " PJu'e'n
" Helona. 0 35 I ft-. " Mll'b'g.. 7 0S 0 00
" John'n.. 0 13 113 " Carlisle 7 30 Oi'O
" Ellz'llo 0 IS 120 " Meyers. 7 45 0 30
" Ewlng... 0 6.1 1 25 " P. Val'y 7 610 12
" Cowun.. 0 58 1 30 " Cowan.. S 01 0 52
P. Val'y. 7 08 138 " Ewlng.. 8 07 0 58
" Meyers.. 7 15 1 15 " EHz'llo. 8 11 7 02
" Carlisle. 7 30 2 00 " John'n. 8 17 7 08
" Millers Helena. 8 2i 7 15
" Mll'bu'g 7 50 2 18 " Mnrs'll.. 8 37 7 20
" P.Ju'c'11 " Clnrk's 8 42 7 30
Arr. Paris 8 15 2 40 Hum'ltt 8 47 7 80
A r. Lox'ton 0 10 3 45 Arr. Maysville 0 00 7 50
Arr.Cov'ton 11 30 0 00 a.m. i.m
A.M. I', m
Connects nt Lexington with tho C. AO. R.
R. for Ashland, Huntington nnd nil points
In the East nnd Southeast with the O. N. O.
R. R., for Clmttnnogn and the South,
with, the L. & JN It. It, for Frankfort and
C. L. BROWN,
O. P. nnd T. A.
'ovinglon, Flcmiiigsburg and Pound
Connectlii! with Trnlns on K. C. R. R.
Fj.kminoseuuo tor Johnson Station:
5:45 n. in. Citiclnnntl Express,
9:lu. in. Maysville Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Maysville Express.
..enveJonNsoN Station lor Flemlngsburgou
the arrival of Trains ou the K. C. R. R.:
0:23 n. lu. 1:00 p. m.
0:48 n. m. .:37 v. m.
r Tlio following nre anions tho leading
Business Establishments of Maysville. Customers
Will find these houses reliable and occupying
n commanding position in their respective
A MORRIES fc aOX,
Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers.
Are prepared to put up Electric Houe Hells
which nre not exposed In the room like tho
oldstyle. Prices low. Call and see samples.
SecondStreet, myH MAYSVILLE, ICY.
A G. BROWNING, 51. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner of
Third and Sutton streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to femnles.
A M. ROGERS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
11 E. Sec. St. mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. Third and Sutton Streets,
mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY.
A II OX AX'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work n specialty. Lnrge stock. All
kinds nt lowest prices.
No. 17, Market stree ,two doors below D. A.
Rlchardftou &. Co.'s grocery.
aldAwly MAYSVILLE. ICY.
Dealers lu Staple and Fnncy
No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street,
nplrfdly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
p ROnEKT D.VWSO.V A CO..
:Dealeis In: r
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
FRKSIC STOCK ! TRICES LOW !
Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE.
Second street, next door to Dr. Mnrtln's
nplOdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
S. MIXER A BRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
I And FINDINGS,
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
mch31dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
ryt.T. ii. a. smith,
Will devote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. w. iVnrdlo
will tnke chnruie ol nil the mechanical work,
such ns sold, silver.coutlmiousuuni, celluloid
nnd rubber plates. mch3Idly
nO.VEff fc AliliEX,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
innntels, etc. Sole nRents. for the celebrated
Omuhn nnd Leader stoves. Rooflm? nnd
promptly nnd sutlsfnctorlly done. Corner
ot Market and Third ttreets, A. It. Glascock's
old stand. aplltldlw
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely
pure candles, Fresh bread of nil
kinds. Furnishing weddings nud parties u
specialty. Prices low. mayldly
TniUANli R. PII1STER,
Manufacturer of Plcturo Frames nnd dealer
In MlHcollnueous Ooods.
meh30iy MAYSVILLE, KY.
Proprietor of tho celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen nnd Mother Hubbard.
Host olgars lu the mnrkul. Full variety of
Second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY.
Pineapple Hants. Home-wade Yeast Cakes.
mayOdly SECOND STREET.
1 H. JUI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ileal Estate mill Collecting Agency.
Court St., (ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE. ICY.
fi M. WILLIAMS,
Contractor and Builder
Plnns nud Specifications furnished nnd
nil work promptly nnd done.
Shop on second street, opposite Uluh school.
nplOdly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
Dealers In Staple nnd Fancy
incli3Uy MAYSVILLE, ICY.
O OLT RIC1IESOX,
Dealer lu Staple nnd Fnncy
has REMOVED from his old stnnd to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Chnrles II. Frank. apl3dly
Every new shade In
Crushed Strnwborry, Electric Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new i'rlninilngs to match.
Second St., meli3lly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
C. OM'KXS A CO
This space has been reserved for their advertisement.
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
' oii.v wheeler.
Daily FISH Market.
River, Lnko nnd saU water fish. Prices reduced
tuts dny to 8 and lu cents a pound.
Market street, al8 MAYSVILLE, ICY.
JOHN II. POYXTZ, Jf IC,
Oldest, nnd best Com'pnnles. Insures for
full value. Low rates. Losses promptlypald.
No discounts No delnya. Office corner Third
nud Market streets. nplOdly
TA3. II. HALLEE, CLARENCE I.. SALLEE.
SnIIoc A Snllcc,
ATTORXETN AT liAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplBdly) MAYSVILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters forClocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly nnd
done. Second St., East of Market. apl7
T W. SPARKS A BRO.,
iSTo. 21, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
nnd Window Shades. Good Carpets ntSO. ''5.
lu, 15, W, (JO, U3, 70, 75. and 91) cts., 31.00 nn I 1.25
per ynrd. liich'ildly
TAMES t CARR,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street rfnek orders promptly nttonded to nt
nil times. Fluest ami lntest style Turnouts.
Horses bought nnd sold on Commission. Market
St., four doors below Central Hotel. nl2
TOIIX T. EI.ESIIXU.
Represents tho Loudon and Liverpool nud I
uiooe. uermnn American, or rew lorit, and
flienl.T. of Brooklyn, Also ns?ent lor Rlue
Lick Water. OlUee corner of Front nnd Sutton
Manufacturer uud dealer In hand, nocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS j
Dates fcc. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and
Sowing Machine repaired. Trumpets put up
bolls hung, aud keys made to order. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
Second St., ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ico cream aud soda water. Fresh bread
aud cakes. Parties and weddings furnished
ou short notice.
35 Second St., maySdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T W. UAIiURAITII,
ATTORNEY AT IiAW,
Real Estnteuuil Collecting' Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
r AXE A WORRICK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable
terms and nil work satisfactorily and
piomptlv done. Ulllce on Third street, between
Wall and Sutton. nplUdly
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh2Sly) Jfl YSV1LLE, Ji Y.
jlViS I.OU l'OWMXG,
Latctsprlng styles of Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery Goods genorally.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House, maylly
I 11. COIiLIXS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Lntest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Lnces and
Millinery Notions. Prlceslow. Secondstreot,
Mrs. George Burrows' old stand. apllOdly
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at 5 cents Job lot of seasonable goods Just
Prints, Lnwns, Ginghams, PaniHols
and Funs at bottom prices. aplSdly
M r, MARSH,
ATTORNEY AT I, AW,
Justice of tlio Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise und soli real estate. No charges
whatever unless a snlo Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages Ao. written at rates as low as
any one's. Office Library .Building, Suttou
VTIBS MAT TIE CARR,
Second street, January's Block.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathors. Trimmings do., of tho lntest stylos.
Prices Low. mch3ldly
FimxiNHIXO GOODS nud
Hats. Caps, Trim Its nnd Vnllses. The latest
spring stylesjust received.
Market St., nplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
fUS. A. J. WII.MA.HS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days,
Call and see them.
mch301y JTo. 2J, East Second Street.
AT "S. M.ARCIIOEACOX,
(Formerly Miss Mngnio Rnsp.)
has Just received n full supply of nil of tho
lateststyles In Millinery Goods. Hats, lion-nets.
Laces. Trimmings nud nil seasonable
noveltk".. Tlio ladles are Invited to call.
Market street, nU3ly MAYSVILLE.
VfltS, MARY E. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
sprint? stock, which will bo found
nnd that she has also secured the services
of nn nccompllshed trimmer from Cln
cm null. Ono price only.
13 E. Second St., nOdly MAYSVILLE, ICY,
jlTOSE DACLTOX A KO
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of nil kinds of vehicles on hand
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
dny, week or mouth. Largest and best appointed
Livery Stnblo In the west. Prices ns
lownsnny. Rest attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 4(1 niid 42 west
Second St., npl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & BIssot,
Den lorn in Stoves, Rmifrcn, Mnrblclxed
Mantel, ami iiuwiul'ucttircrM oTTIu,
Copper nml Sheet Irou Ware,
Specla'f nttentlou paid to tin roonlug, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas nnd
steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes,
lc All work attended to promptly hdU
23 E. Second St., nOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
-WENS A RARKLEY,
Nos. 57 nnd 59 Second and 10 Sutton streets,
have Just received a Ianje stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving implement over offered
to farm em. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apll8
)ADI, I). AXOEKSOX,
No. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
OSlce Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE, KY
r A, MEAXS,
Full line or Burin! Robes and nil articles required
by the undertaking trade. Orders
piomptly attended to day or night.
niSuly So. 01, East Second Street,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery, Notions, etc No. 15 Market
Street, East side, between Second and Third.
a21d0m MAYSVILLE, KY.
No. 0, West Second Street.
Monuments, Tnblets and Headstones always
ou hand. Orders by mail will receive
the same prompt attention us If delivered la
Sanitary Euglueer. Gas and Steam-fitter.
Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sowor Pipes, Lead atnT Iron Pining, Steam
aud Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite Gelsel's grocery,
aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
11 F. KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALLHOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Teims reasonable. Front street, between
Market nnd Sutton. apllOdly
Manufacturer aud originator of tho celebrated
Silver Dollar. Win. Hunt's Dark Hore,
Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood und
Gold Slugs. Second Street, Muysvlllo, Ky,
We wilt not bo undersold by nuv house in
Kentucky or nt Cincinnati, If wo havo hall a
iuch31dly MA YSVILLE, KY.
"ly It. MATHEWS A CO..
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, &o,
mcnaily MAYSVILLE, KY.
Xf W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of aud Dealer lu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Lndlcs'nnd children's nno shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order, Repairing neatly
and promptly done at moderate charges.
No. 41 Market 8teett,Ent, side.
Jiil y -MAYSVILLE, KY.
yNCEY A ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Vehicles of all kinds, good stock nnd careful
drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second at., between Markot