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THE DAILY BULLETIN
FRIDAY EVENING MAY 30 18S4
Special Order No 2
It is hereby ordered that the Vieta
rious Democracy of Mason who re
cently routed the nnti Ilargis ang and
their heartless allies from Estill and
Montgomery bo neatly tattooed on the
right arm two inches below the shoulder
joint with a letter II very large as
a mark of reward for their faithful obe
dience to ordeis
Tun Big and Little Bossks
Wisconsin Democrats elected a dele
gation toj Chicago nil of whom aro for
Tilden if ho will accept No second
choice was mentioned
Elliot County has rival delegations
to the Winchester Appellato Court Con
vention one for Kiddell a regularly ap
pointed delegation and one for Kendall
Tin Louisville Times says If Riddell
is nominated for Judge of the Court of
Appeals his victory will bo largely duo to
Chief Justice Harris anonymous charges
agaiiiht him Fair play is a jewel still
prized by the people and they seldom
lose an opportunity to rebuke the man
who stabs in the back
The 291 medal for the Old G uard
has been ordered and will be issued to
the defenders of tho faith as soon as the
design can be approved at headquarters
It is to be of bronze twelve inches in
diameter nnd bears on one sido a large
letter II in tho center of a wreath of
laurels On tho roveiso sido is the fol
lowing
When I think of what I am
Ami what I used to was
I Mo Ive ilium myself away
Without sufllciont cause
Tho medal is to bo suspended by straps
from the shoulder nnd worn in front of
the belly For extra good behavior and
important services a second one will be
awarded and that may be worn in the
same position behind
WELL DONE
Tlie Faithful Servants Wot Their Cer
tificate or Jo oil Conduct From the lied
Brush of Lewis It Was no Ordi
nary Victory
Tnncoburt Courier
In all its history Mason County De
mocracy has never known such a contest
as Saturday and in all its history it has
never won a triumph that will sodelight
the party and the whole people through
out this Appellato District
It was no ordinary victory
Mason County was selected by the
Iliddell rabble as tho victim of their in
fernal means and methods and every
power within reacli of a merciless law
defying and usurping clan was brought
to bear directly upon
patriotic people of tho county to in
timidate to anger and to outrage in such
a manner as to prevent a fair expression
of the voters at tho polls
It was not enough that Colonel Moore
ami the friends ol private riht and po
litical decency should be antagonized by
an unscrupulous guii of political guer
rillas with pluthoiic purse- but the fad
ing conflicts of former years mivt be
cilled up and the wormwood nnd the
pall extracted to Intensify tho bitterness
of a content that should have been a fair
and friendly expression of a party pref
erence
Private character was rudely ass tiled
and in other counties if not fn Mason
tho sanctity of homo was invaded and
the lunim of ladies draped across the
sacred threshhold by Riddell Cornell
son and this gang of political prostitute
and moral maggots t further their base
designs upon tho people of this Appellate
District
The result of tho Mason County prima
ries is perhaps notdilfuront thanit might
have been had thoiebeon no interference
upon the part of the anti Hands gang
and their lioirtluss nllies from Estill and
Motgomery but the majorities aro more
decided they aro given greater empha
sis and they have a far greater signifi
cance Many Democrats voted Saturday
for Moore who have heretofore taken no
active part in politics came out and
voted to assert their rights as freemen to
vote regardless of tho edict of the Stan
tons Greens or Poarces and to vote just
as thoy should please
Thoanti llargisclan has gained noth
ing in this contest but has lost much
It has shown how weak and imbecile it
is even with untold wealth at its back
and an army of bummers and floaters at
its heels
The contest has shown that while
Judge ILirgis has been persecuted villi
lied and robbed he is still enshrined in
tlio hearts of his countrymen and towers
mountain high nbovo the pigmies who
assail him while their malicious missiles
fall harmless nt Ifis feet
Well done noble Democracy of Mason
county Your patriotic wort of Satur
day has decided the Appelate contest in
favor of God the law order and riiht
You have declared bv yoir votes that
Hue tried and ellicicnt men shall occupy
our iiigh places that the vicious senti
ment that demands it life for n lick shall
bo buried along with the dead and fading
relics of a passing century and that tho
lottery of assassinations Hindi boiolegated
back to the Republican party from whenco
it came
Lewis county Democrats who could do
no more than look on throbbing with
every pttlso of your glorious struggle
with Up every blow and breath cheered
with its hopes ami chafed by its doubts
bid yon God sjieed for tho right Fight
onlflghton light on never yield but
in death or victory You havo our prayers
and shall havo our assisluhco so far is lies
within our power r
FOREIGN
NEW OBJECT Or THE LAND LEAOUE
Dublin May 30 Captain Alexander 4
prominent Orange Grand Master who
Inst Deceuibor issuod a circular advocat
3 the enrollment of Orangemen into
militia companies In order to strengthen
tho society as a fighting force recently
stated that the Laud League was not
formed for tho purpose of establishing a
ixjasrmt land proprietary as claimed but
for the purpose of destroying landlordism
in Ireland intimating that tho members
were not particular as to the mode of ac
complishing their emK To substantiate
this statement Aloxander mentions the
fact of the uon nttemlauco of Davitt at
the recent conference of Irish leadors
on tho question of land national
ization versus peasant proprietary
claiming that Davitt was debarred
on account of having bocomo an apostle of
Henry Georgos schomo which does not
ngreo with tho Land Leagues object of the
destruction of landlordism Davitt this
nftornoon published a lotter refuting tho
charges declaring that the League is found
ed to establish a peasant laud proprietory
saying is a reason for his being absent from
tho Conforonce that it was on tho condi
tion that he could afterward advoeato his
own viows without detriment to uny uction
of the Conforcneo
WOULD ItATnEH BE EXCUSED
Caiho Mny U0 In an interview to day
with Nubnr Pasha the Egyptian Premier
he stated that if Egypt wus admitted to a
conference of tho Powers on Egyptian af
fairs she would bo placed in a humiliating
position and prohably her delegate would
bo restrained from voting on questions be
foro tho conference
NOTHING TO BE GAINED BY SUCCESS
Oaiuo May 30 Chorif Pasha Nubar
Pashas prodecossor staled lu an Titerview
that tho British expedition would bo un
able to appease the rebels at Soudan point
ing to the fact that tho British twice
routed Osinan Digna but he still was ublo
to muster an army and is again knocking
at the doors of Suakim
The surae results he said which fol
lowed tho battle of Tub would follow the
defeat of El Mahdl by the Bi itish Tho
rebels would continue a guerrilla warfare
until England would find tho cost of main
taining an army would far exceed any
guius accruing in hor attempt to keep
Soudan in subjection
Ho claims that the Turkish army unen
cumbered by British officers would soon
quiet Soudan as tho rebels would frater
nize with the Turks nnd desert their lead
ers if asked to fight them
FRHIIK DEAD
London May 30 The Right Honorable
Sir Batlo Froro is dead
SOLICITING HIS SONS SAFETY
Cairo May 30 Zobehr Pasha has wrlti
ten a letter to tho chiefs of the rebel tribes
of tho Soudan asking them to faciliate the
passage of his three sons whom he has sent
as messengers to Gordon to escort him to
Korosko and thence to embark for Cairo
He warns the chiofs that tho slightest in
jury to Gordon will bo an eternal disgrace
to himself
RIOTING COAL MINERS
Iorelnji lUiiiorx to Join Them ant
niirniiiK tuo Criiniij Property
jACKhOv O May 30 A disturbance
has broken out in the Jackson County coal
fields The coal operators aro willing to
pay whnt is demanded but will not make
a contract lor a year As a result two
thousand miners aro on a strike and are
for ing others to join with tlioui
Tho miners of Coalton yesterday marched
to Wellston and foiced the miners thoro to
oin tliu ni All tho buildings and offices
of tho company wero burned by the
itrikors last evening and their records de
stroyed
SINGULAR GENEROSITY
rit and the JCartlioltll Icdentnl
Limppreflatetl by ttio Itliuclanti
IiHaca N Y May 30 Thus far only
i havo been subscribed to Grants Fund
of Honor which was started in this placo
uml this was by tho Chalrmunof tho Dem
ocratic County Committee tho postmaster
of tho village and tho editor of tho
Ithaca Journal The generostiy of Itha
ciaus will bo all tho more apparent whon it
is known that a local syndiualo has con
tributed 1 10 to the Bartholdi Pedestal
tund and a 7o purso for tho Watkius
walking mutch
Surrendered When 9iIIlc l
OauuoiITON ill May 30 A few wooki
ago Jumes Stutniug left the vicinity of
iiirurd ill where he carried on swindling
operations und camo to Walkervillo Green
i utility Yosterday Dan Delano a Macou
pin County ollicer came hero and with
City Marshal Liming of Whitehall went
to Walkervillo Thoy wero joined by
Constable Otsy nnd soon found Staining
Ho refused to surrender pulled his revol
ver and commenced firing in which tho
olllcers joined Liming fell shot iu throo
plucos and mortally wounded Staining
was shot several times and died instantly
Liming can not live
Not Henri but In Ciumiiii
Albany N Yf May SO Inspector
Byrnes of New York was horo to day and
had u long conforonco with detectives No
Ian Dwyer and Morris and Mr Uoovelt
of tho DelovunHouho Tho fact was estab
lished that tho defaulter Hinckley was
hero on Friday night and was been in the
waiting room of the Doiovan House iu con
versation with a gentleman Ho loft late
u tho o veiling it is presumed on a north
ern rain for Canaia All trace ha3 beou
lo it of tho woman who inquirod of clerk
Hosovelt on Sunday for Mr Hinckloy It
istthought it was Mrs Hinckley
Djlin 1rom Abortion
Lawiiknck Kas May 30 Lato last
night Curl Newman of this city was ar
rested for performing an abortion on Katie
Debk of Eudora She camo from Kansus
City to her home in Eudora nbout two
weeks ago She is lying at tho point of
death und last night mado n sworn state
ment Tho Sheriir has goao to Eudora to
arrest a doctor of that place for complicity
in tho nirair Nowman was arrested
eral years ago on a similar charge but was
not convicted
Cant Stand It Any Longer
FonT Wayne Ind May 30 Hon Potor
Kiser aged 8ovonty two years a prominent
citlon and a formor member of the legis
lature nppllod for a divorce yosterday on
Aho grounds of cruelty nnd uoglect aftor
f Savins Uvod with his present wife forty-
two years
mm Oil
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A MILLION AND A HALF
Said to be the Amount for Which the
Ieiin Bank failed For
PiTTSBUno Pa May 30 All doubts
concerning tho completeness of the wreck
of the lena Bank aro now roinoved Said
u tuukor this morning
Tho Penn Bank is rotten to tho core
It wont begin to pay fifty cents on the dol
lar It will lay Grace Ward in the
shade There should be no hesitancy In
arresting the officials
It is now stated that tho overdrafts ex
coed l50O000
S
SETTING UP A JOB
rilalnc4 Little Hock Railroad Record
to lie Sprints to Defeat III in
Chicago May 30 Tho Evoning Mail
says this afternoon The Arthur men an
gutting into shape for a big strike Aiondai
or Tuesday It is understood among other
things that the Arthur organs nro prepar
ing an elaborate rehash of Blaines past
record to be sprung upon the delegates on
the evo of battle and airaigued iu a cir
cumstantial and plausible manner An
other move will bo Jtho displaying of auto
gt aph letters from Grcsham and Lincoln
urging their friends to work and voto for
Arthur
Alleged Murderer Soclilnr Freedom
Waupaca Wis May 30 The District
Attorney has docided to ask for a nolle
prosequi in the case of the State against
Alfred Van Decar who was arrested over
a year ago for thonurder of II C Meade
tho Waupaca banker The ovidenco ob
tainable appears to ba insufficient to war
rant a retrial of the defendant as ho had
nlready had one trial In which the jury
stood seven for acquittal and Ave for con
viction The evidence is almost wholly
circumstantial
CONDENSED NEWS
Getciiell Co Memphis piano dealers
have assigned
TaNSas Democrats send a solid Tilden
delegation to Chicago
Thaction engines are plowing up Daka
ta at a co t of less than 1 an acre
The Sharon Hill uastiness still drags its
Wflary length in tho San Francisco courts
Ameiucan contributions to Irish laud
League funds have almost entiroly censed
Sixty kolrth annual session of Swcdmi
borginn Church in convention at Philadel
phia
HoiiKimE atrocities reported practiced
against Catholic inissionai ies in South
Soudan
Nihilist placards again remind the
Czar of tho demand for constitutional
government
L L Clark Buffalo qommission mer
chant has absconded leaving 5000 un
paid debts
Pittsburg stove manufacturers demand
a reduction of 15 per cent in wages The
men will probably strike
Charles M Steele lato manager
of tho News Journal will begin
the publication of a two cout morn
ing paper in Cincinnati on May
31 The move received its impetus from
the rumor that the News Journal which
sells at public auction on that day was to
be bought by a syndicate who contemplat
ed starting a two cent moraine caoer
t otick TO
BWLDERSand CONTRACTORS
Sealed Proposals will bo recelvid Until
Tuesday Juno id 18M for the tarnishing o
inatciial mid constructing nccortilng to tho
plans and sppcillcitlonH tho Piesbyteriun
Chinch Miosvlllc Ky Plans mid speclilcit
tlons lendy lor insptcllon at H L Nowclls
stole Proposals will bo lecelved lor the on
lire woik exclusive ot the excavation and
building Inundation excepting tho finishing
oft lie main audltoiluni that to bo made in a
stpiimto bid bidden tospecliy Iho date they
cbllgito themselves to complete contract
J he entire work lo bo done on a cash basin
wu mnkliiK imymentH us the work jh ogresses
leservliiK twenty per cent until completion
ol i oiitmrt J JAMES WOOD
inJeAW2w Srcv Ilnilding Committee
vpw rutsi
BISSET McCLANAHAN SHEA
Successors to Cooper Blsset
iIirH In Ntovo Cimcs HnrbloSaof
11luiiMWii3d iiiiiiiiiIuctiirorH of lu
itvr mini tilled Iron Wnrq
Special attention paid to tin roofllng guttc
rind Hpoutlng Practical plumbers gas ant
steam tillers Wrought iron and lead pipor
Ac All work attended to promptly and
warranted
13 K BecoTid b nBdlV M AYSVILLE KY
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VovU WIKKATTKI
ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE
JACOI IIXN
8AKER AND CONFECTIONER
ICK CREAM n specialty Fresh bread
and cakes Parties and weddings lurnlshcd
on short notice
3J Second St miiySdly MAYSVILLK KY
CRAWFORD HOUSE
Cor Sixth and Walnui Sts
OX WOI LST 3 K5 X o
TiSWljVANnBN roprleor
TUN SniTII t WAKlllE
DENTISTS
Oftlco Court Street
apltidly MnyKvillo Ky
Ml Mh tn mTIoimn1 of eairi nf Jlf rt on Debility men
M kvT M kd ta UilihiilclweUuMi luiit manhood tier
r II t Ei1 protrtlon tlio remits orindUciatloui
T BBwxceidi or any caasecurod by N E R V I TA
Strong frith that H will ruro f Trry rs prompt u lu lend to
nyinnetrrlllliplCKlllti
on receipt oi is ctma lor
0ltc IlBA 0Oua
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FOR TRIAL
MORPHINE HABIT
U II KAKK of tho DtQnlnccr
Uome noMf oITantn JtfUiedr wtrbr
any on ran rum liluttAirqitlrMr anil palnlMtlf Fur If ttfno
tun jiaMaa AJt1UOruUuubt1ArlurkUr
tarffetofcfcaJrfMt 3fa - jA j jiH sll
A R BURGESS
Is now offering ORKAT BARGAINS In tho followlns
Hues of NEW GOODS which hnve Just leen received
Parasols Fans Llnon Ie Daccas Plaid De Daccas
bio LlnoiiB NnpkiiiH Qros Grain Bilks and a very greut variety of other Seasonable Uoodti
DRESS GOODS
Iu Colored Cashmerei Black Unshmcres Black Taffeta Lalne Orey all Wool BIcge Whlto
Kmbroldercd Suits a large lino of choice styles Lawns
at Ave cents per yard Towels a speelnlty A choice
assortment of OS GENTS FURNISHING OOODS SW J
A R BURGESS
WHITE GOODS
We place en sale this week genuine
Bargains in White Goods
Checked Nainsooks at 10 12 15 and 20c
Victoria Lawns at 8 1 3 10 12 1 2 and 15c
India Linons 12 1 2 15 16 2 3 20 and 25c
Lace Checks at 10 12 1 2 15 and 20c
Lace Stripes at 10 12 1 2 15 and 20c
Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries Tor
chon Laces and Everlasting Trimmings
New Gloves New Hosiery five hun
dred Silk and Satin lined Parasols at
extremely Low Prices
J W SPARKS BRO
The Leaders of Low Prices Maysville
FRESH imRIlOLLT
Of Spring GooJs at the
KENTUCKY
CLOTHING HOUSE
Mens Youths and Childrens CLOTHING
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at extremely I6W PRICES Our MERCHANT T ULORING department is complete la
every dolall nar PEREEUi FITS GUARANTEED
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
OF ALL KINDS-
Hats Caps Trunks and Valises
VICROY LEE
31 Second Street Maysville
CHAS S YOUNG
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J W FITZGERALD
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Havo In htock a full Hue of
raw Goods am Slimier UMBrwear
AND ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
ECK WEAR
nr Sbirts mndo to order Aeonta for tbo ELECTRIC LAUNDRY Cincinnati Obio
A ML Rogers-
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BOOTS SHOES
IIATS hmcl 0 A3PS
No 11 Second Street
MAYSVILLE KY
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Mantol Oranaraonts Docovations and
PLUSH PAPERS
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