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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1S82.
stTeums : Tlie Evkning Bulletin is published
dally, and served lree of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; "Scents
per three months ; 81.50 per six mouths, and 3
per year, payable In advance.
JWri'HB EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS UITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
AN HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
Wo are authorized to announce JAMES P.
HARBESON, of Fleming county, as a candidate
for Congress, subject to the action of the
Democracy in convention assembled.
'Governor Denxison of Ohio is not expected
Four hundred and twenty-five million
dollars will be required to pay pensioners
in the next four years.
There were fifty-two fatal cases of small
pox at Cincinnati last week. Two hundred
and twenty-three cases are now under
The difficulty between the iron workers
at Cincinnati, Newport and Aurora, Ind.,
has been satisfactorily settled and the mills
resumed work on Mondav.
The June report of the Department of
Agriculture shows a deficiency of area in
cotton, but the recent fine weather is improving
the crop. The condition of wheat
Ix a riot at Alexandria, Egypt, seventy-six
Europeans were slain. There is much
excitement, and threats have been made
to kill the Khedive if he does not abdicate
The Cincinnati Commercial (Rep.) says:
The artificial conditions imposed by tariff
ringster regulations are fruitful of confusion
between labor and capital, and so promote
The republicans have swept Oregon by
an average majority on the state ticket of
1,S00, George, for congress, receiving not
less than 3,600. The legislature will be
republican by a good maj'ority.
The Cincinnati Commercial makes an
inquiry: If Governor Foster knew the
Pond Bill to be unconstitutional, before
the decision of the Supreme Court, why
did he advise the Republicans of the State
to stand bv it?
It is announced that a new telegraph
organization, to be known as the Postal
Telegraph Company, witb a capital of $21,-000,000,
has been formed, and that work
on its line will be rapidly pushed at once.
Gov. Foster, of Ohio, is named among the
The action of the republican House of
Representatives in expelling democratic
members from their seats and admitting
republicans who were defeated at the
election, is the recompense the democrats
get for allowing such bogus members as
Kellogg-, of Louisiana, and others, to remain,
when congress was democratic. Kellogg,
who pretends to have been elected
United States Senator from Louisiana, sits
in the Senate to day and makes a republican
majority in that body, not by right,
but by democratic clemency. Democrats
can see now what they get for sparing him,
when his seat should have been declared
vacant. When will democrats learn that
the republican party must be fought with
its own weapons and that it is mere folly
to play a square game with a professional
gambler, or fight a fair fight with a treacherous
assassin ? Let the democratic party,
whenever and wherever it has the power,
deal with the republican party, as. that
party deals with ,tho democrats when in a
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Fire destroyed seven houses in Osborne,
Very heavy rains have fallen iri the
The outlook for the Illinois corn crop
is not encouraging.
Fleming's flax mill burned at Appleton,
Wis. Loss, $20,000.
The Brookfield (Mo.) bank robbers are
thieatened with lynching.
Children's Day was beautifully observed
in the Methodist Churches of "Cincinnati
Thirteen of the principal business houses
of Lemurs, Iowa, were destroyed by fire
A Sunday base-ball game at St. Louis,
and a poor'one at that, attracted another
crowd of eight thousand spectators.
Saturday night a large barn at Paines-ville.
Ohio, burned, and two men supposed
to be tramps perished in the flames. J
"Walter Davis, well known at New
Orleans and Cincinnati, was killed by
Win, B. Clayton in a picnic fight Collins-ville,
Oscar Wilde lectured in Cincinnati Sunday
before an aidience considerably
smaller than greeted him on the occasion
of his first visit.
It is reported that five thousand people
in Patrick eountv. Va.. are actuallv
ing, the crops of last year having failed on j
account of drought.
Memorial meetings in honor of Garibaldi
were held in a number of the cities of the ,
United States Sunday. It is proposed to
erect anionumentto his memory in Wash- (
The lady Land Leaguers, of Cleveland, '
ex-communicated from theCatholicchurch '
are not dismayed. A meeting was held
Sunday evening, and five new members
Four Germans who were boat riding on ,
Fox river, at Neenah, Wis., Sunday
noon, were carried over a dam, and" a man !
and wife by the name of Priest were
The Columbus (O.) DrivingPark Association
has decided to postpone indefinitely;
the July meeting, on account of numerous
attractions, and inability to secure a good
class of horses. !
Three prominent citizens of Columbus,
O.. ex-Governor Dennison, Wm. H. Piatt
and Francis Collins, are lying at their,
homes, seriously ill, and the. death of all!
or eitlier of them 'may be hourly expected.
A little negro child, four years old, was ,
cut completely in two near Salisbury. N. j
C, Sunday, and, strange as it may seem,
the child continued to cry for fully two
minutes after the accident and before it
Sunday morning robbers entered the
grocery store of B. A. Bartley, in Toledo,
removed a small safe to an adjoining
building, and then blew it open, taking
$783 in cash and a number of valuable
A Quebec dispatch states that a runaway
horse striking against the bridge crossing
the Rapids of Montmorenci, mashed down
the guards, and the horse, 'wagon and occupant,
the daughter of a farmer named
Laberge, went into the river and were
swept over the falls.
Leonard Tracy, a peddler, and Alex.
Brown, a bar tender, fought a prize fight
with bare fists at Coney Island, N. Y., on
Sunday morning. The fight lasted an
hour and a half. Brown's friends claimed
foul play, and Tracy, who was severely
punished, claimed a victory.
A recent opinion rendered by the Attorney
General of Ohio, is that those having
cnarge of the construction of buildings
or other work for the State, must keep
within the appropriation, which opinion
will, if observed, save many thousand dollars
to the tax-payers of the State.
Serious riots occurred Sunday between
natives and Europeans, at Alexandria,
Egypt. Several persons were killed and
wounded, and a number of houses destroyed.
The British, Consul was dragged
from his carriage and beaten, and the engineer
of a British man-of-war was killed.
The steamer Charles Morgan.bound from
New Orleans to Cincinnati, and Mary
Houston, bound from Cincinnati to New
Orleans, collided in sugar creek bend, in
the Ohio river, about 11 o'clock Saturday
night, The Morgan was slightly damagea
and the Houston lost one guard ahd her
cook house overboard. The Houston is
ijrepajring.atIeffersnville. f'? .-...'
EST Owing to a Change that will take place in our firm, July
1st, we offer our
Entire Stock of Goods
at VERY LOW PRICES. We have a large line of FIRST
CLASS GOODS in all the different departments. Merchants
and Consumers should avail themselves of this opportunity of
supplying their wants. Call and see us.
A. n. GLASCOCK & CO.
FORSAIjE23 doz Men's fancy hose
from 40c. tb 23c.
J12dlw J. W. SPARKS & BRO.
OR SALE 1,000 doz. unlauudrled shirts at
sue, eacti nt j. w. sfakks & bku.
STOCK SALES Robert Fulton.well known
lU'thls community and Ohio, as a n liable
and clever mnu.has established regular monthly
sales at his livery stable lu Ripley, O. These
sales occur on the lourth Saturday in each
mouth, are well patronized and are growing lu
favor, with both buyers and sellers. At the
last sale twenty head of horses were sold at
good prices. GEO. C. GOGGIN,
FOB REXI .
RENT Two front rooms on tne
IjiOR of Third and Sutton streets, suitable
for sleeping rooms or lawyer office. Apdy
to (J13d2t) THIS OFFICE.
On Sunday, a gold bracelet, somewhere
between my residence and the Presbyterian
Church. Reward paid to finder.
jl2dlt T. LOWERY.
LOST! LOST! JL.OST !-A good fit if you
do not leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
Four Doors Below the Postoffice,
HAS OPENED HIS
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
Ice Cream for sale by the gallon or half gal-ion.
Wedding Parties famished on short notice.
Contractors and Builders
NEW COUNTY JAIL.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
... the office of the County Judge In the city of
Maysvllle, Mason County, Kentucky, until 1
o'clock p. m., on
Thursday, June 22, 1882,
for furnishing all the material and labor required
in the erection, construction and completion
of a new Jail Building in the City of
Maysvllle, Mason County, Kentucky, for the
County of Mason, State of Kentucky, according
to plans and specifications for the
same, as furnished by Edgar J. Hodgson, architect,
Indianapolis, Iudiaua. Plans and spec!
flcatlons can be seen at the Judge's office on and
after Juue 12th, or at 37 West Washington
street, Indianapolis, Indiuua. Said building
will be required to be finished on or before the
1st day of February, A. D. 18S2.
All bids must be accompanied by a satisfactory
bond in the penal sum of 812,(X. Said
bond must be certified to by the Clerk of the
County, in which the sureties reside, that the
same is good and sufficient beyond a doubt.
Blanks will be furnished by the Judge of said
County. All blanks must be filled out, and no
bids will be entertained unless said blanks are
used without provisions or suggestions added.
Estimates will be made as the work progresses,
and 10 per cent, will be deducted from
same and retained until the completion and
acceptance of the woric by Architect and Committee.
The Committee reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. GARRETT a. WALL.
Chairman Building Committee, Maysvllle, Ky.
Juno 9, 1882. J7w2td2w
riiHE genuine COLUMBUS buggies, pbaitons
X carriages and spring wagons manufactured
from the Best material that money can buy by
Wm. Huston & Co., Columbus, O., are bought
and sold by MYALL & RILEY. All are Invited
to call and Inspect the work before purchasing
as we are determined to save the public money.
MYALL & RILEY,
No. 7, Second, and No. 18, Sutton streets, .:
j Maysvllle, Ky.
ALL persons having claims against CHAS. P
Cook, will present them to us properly
authenticated for settlement, and all persons
Indebted to said Cook are requested to pay
us, as we alone have authority to receipt for
same. COONS & SALLEE,
Chas. P. Cook.
Ten-Horse Threshing Machine,
made at Hamilton, Ohio, nearly good as new,
will be sold at a bargain. Enquire at
T. K. BALL & SON'S
MRS. M. W. COULTER has reopened the
HILL HOUSE and is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour durlnz the
Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails,
permanently cured without the slightest pain
or blood, no acid used, by Dr. L. Simonsen,
now at ROOM NO. 5, CENTRAL HOTEL. Dr.
o. remained one hundred days at Louisville
and three weeks in Frankfort, Ave weeks in
Lexington and two weeks in Danville.
NOTICE The doctor will remain here ouly
for a short time. Has no agents. He is only to
be seen at the hotel. Send for circular, free.
We offer a very large stock of
Plaid India Linens,
PRICES VERY LOW!
J. W. SPARKS & BRO,.
TlyTRS. JENNIE DAORES, assisted by her
JjX daughter. Miss. Maude, Daores, will open
Church the first week lu September. j!2lmd