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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
TUESDAY, EVE., JULY 11, 18S2.
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Insertions Ave cents a line.
Wants, three lines, ten cents, subsequent Insertions
Special rates where advertisers use both the
dally and weekly.
Oue inch In the Daily Bulletin for one
year costs 35, and for six months but S3.
Lord Ullin's Daughter, Modernized and
Adapted to This Latitude and Time of
A young man to Ohio bound,
Cries, "Boatman do not tarry ;
And Til give thee a silver dime,
To row me o'er the ferry."
"Now who be you, would cross this stream,
This swift and muddy water?"
u Oh, I'm a gay young gamboller,
At Faro banks a snorter."
Outspoke the hardy ferry man ;
"I'll go, my boy, I'm ready ;
It is not for your silver bright,
But your respected Daddy."
'I hore will say, my rooster gay,
In danger shall not tarry
For though the storm Is raging wild,
I'll row thee o'er the terry."
"Oh, haste thee, ha3te," the young man cries,
"Though tempest round us sporting,
I'll meet the raging of the skies
But can't go Circuit Courting."
And as they sailed amid the roar
Oi elements a fussing,
The sheriff reached the ferry float
And stopped to do some cussing.
For sore dismayed, through storm and shade,
The young mau did disclose,
His good right hand was stretched aloft
And wiggling from his nose.
"Come back, come back." the sheriff cried
Across the stormy river,
"A.nd lend the jury-men your help,
The Tiger to uuklver."
But. vain, the loud waves lashed the shore
And circumstance preventing,
He didn't come back worth a cent.
And he was'left
We'll bet a nickel the Con fere nee sus
tains the Rev. Mr. Sander3.
A society for the protection of animals
is talked of in this city. Let it be organized
by all means.
A fine diamond ring was raffled Mon
day night at the Central Hotel.
Thomson was the winner.
Reader before you start on a trip, call
on M. F. Marsh and secure a $3,000 insurance
ticket. It cost3 you but 25 cents
See the advertisement announcing the
Moonlight Fete by the East End Reed and
Cornet Band, at the school grounds, next
Friday and Saturday evenings.
Willie Fitzgerald, aged five years, the
bright little son of Mr. Dennis Fitzgerald,
of this city, died on Monday morning, after
an illness of several weeks. The funeral
will take place this afternoon at two o'clock
from the residence- The burial will
be at " ashington.
When we note the number of accidents
recorded in the papers throughout the
country every day, we do not wonder at
"the fminense amount of business the
Travelers' Accident Insurance pompany
is doing- paying on an average 1,400
claims every month. A policy in tfio
Travelers' is a good investment
County Court Proceedings
Timothy McAulift v;aa appointed overseer
of roads in District No. 1, voting Pre
cinct No. 2.
John L.Caldwell qualified as guardian
jof Mary Belle, Joseph E. and Alberta
John M. Ball qualified as administrator
of Mason Ball, deceased.
J. H. Rice qualified as administrator of
Mary B. Forman, deceased.
The following parties were appointed
officers of election for the election to be
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a 1 ba a A A
held AU2URii3t an, lsas:. viz:
Maysville, No. T. B. Chmn aud j IoalltJ!
Joslah Wilson ; clerk, J. B. Noyes ; sheriff, Chas.
Maysville, No. 2 Judges, C. W. McClanahau,
and A. J. Brltton ; clerk, T. J. Pickett ; heritr,
W. N. Rudy.
Dover. No. 3 -Judges. Johnson Peck and J.
Points About People Here ami Elsewhere.
Miss Tina Bledsoe and sister left Monday
evening, to visit friends in Illinois.
Mr. Koberb Hall, of Warsaw, Va., i3 the
gUQst of his brother, Prof. C. J. Hall, of
Mr. Frank Wedemever, of Cincinnati
is visiting Mr. Henry Wedding, of East
Mrs. Dr. King and her son and daughter
of St. Louis, Mo., are the guests of Miss
Mr. Winfield Scott Farley left Monday
to visit friends in Robertson county. He
makes the trip for the benefit of his health.
Mr. Charles Mitchell has gone to Covington,
to take a position in the telegraph
office of the K, C. R. R. round house. He
has the good wishes of many friends in
Misses Ida Bean and Annie Van
of Pari3, Ky., who have been visiting
the family of Mr. James Shackleford, of
the fifth ward, returned home to-day.
Miss Etna Prather, of Murphysvilie,
passed through Maysville, Tuesday, on her
way to Cynthiana to visit her brother, Mr.
W. Vaughn Prather. She will be absent
about two weeks.
War Declared on High Prices !
Read this and then form your own conclusion:
15c. lawns reduced to 8.
10c. lawns reduced to 5c.
Best calicoes made oc.
Two pairs men's 15c. socks for 15c.
One pair men's 10c. socks for 5c.
Yard wide bleached cotton worth 10c,
7c. ' Hunt & Doyle, Second street.
The following sales were made on Monday
County Court day, viz :
Mb. Gko. C. Goqqix.
I old horse $38 00
1 30 00
l 29 00
1 90 00
l cow i 20 00
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P barber chase , 15 00
1 side saddle 9 00
Ail persons having chanpe on Harry
Wensell's revolver, are notified that it will
be raffled off at theiCo'ntral to-night at 8:30
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The farmers are through with their wheat
harvest. The harvest was great but laborers
were tew and commanded high prices.
Rev. Thomas E. Tiller preached at Two Lick
Chuich Inst Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blggars, of Minerva,
were visiting Mrs. George Case a few days ago.
Mrs. Letha Case has been very sick with the
flux, but is better at present.
Corn is booming, meadows are good, tobacco
growing finely and everything flourishing, except
our pike, which Is no go, or at least u
mighty slow go. Homo.
Weather fine for stacking wheat.
A base ball club has been organised in this
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w.unuua; cieric, aamuei suerm, ; iat
ty snturay evening. Crop prospects
Minerva, No. 4 Judges, Robert Wilson and
J. H. Watson ; clerk A. A. Noith ; J.J.
Germautown, No. 5 Judges. Abner Kelly
D, C. Frazee ; clerk, John Kackley ; sheriff, A.
Sardls, No. 0 Judges, John W.Tlltou and W.
P. Ray, clerk; E. H. Herndon; sheriff, John W.
Mayslick, No. 7 Judges, Thomas Ward and
J. D. Riley; clerk, W. S. weaver; sheriff, J. C.
Lewlsburg, No. 8 Judges, Abner Hord and
Harry Walker, clerk, Enoch Berry; sheriff,
Orausteburg No 9 Judges, W. L. Parker and
W. J.Tullyj'elerk, G. R. Bullock; sheriff, C.
Washington. No. 10 Judges, Robert Hunter
and Reasou Downing; clerk, J. E. Hunter;
sheriff, John Marshall.
Murphysvllle, No. 11 Judges, J. S. Prather
and Johu Johnson ; clerk, W. L. Wells ; sheriff,
J. W. Prather.
Fern Leaf, No. 12 Judges, J. B. Bursess and
J. M. Adatnson ; clerk, J. C. Savage ; sheriff, J.
Rev. Wilson will preach at Tlnkervllle next
Rev, Northcutt will preach at McKendrle's
Chapel on Saturday night previous to the first
Your correspondent visited Robertson
that section are exceedingly promising. A
larger harvest never was hai vested in this section.
Our farmers are all through settiuir tobacco.
' For nice tobacco patches this section carries
The oat crop is very good. Potatoes and blue
grass are also very good.
Our little neighboring village, BrldsevJlle,
has a violin which was manufactured in 16-0.
This violin is a good musical Instrument yet.
Threshing wheat Is tlie rage.
Henry Y. Cord has a twine binder; it works
Mrs. Winn, of Washington, Is visiting relatives
R. Wiun Wells visited Louisville last week.
R. H. Morrlsou spent last week in Cincin
Dr. Dougherty is paperiug and painting.
Dr. Waugh and C. C. White are doing a good
business in tobacco. They lecelved several
loads last week.
Spring chickens are scarce at 51 a dozen.
The sisters of Mill Creek C. O. sent Elder M.
W. Hatklns a surprise box of provisions last
week. He has located at Carlisle. Will give
Carlisle all his time next year.
Mis3 Fannie Walton, one of Germantown's
charming young ladles, will visit Miss Mattie
Cord in a few weeks.
Mrs. Rice has a handsome new vehicle.
Mrs. Reed, of Germantown, Is at home on a
visit to her mother, Mrs. Liudsey.
Miss Cooper, of Nepton, is visiting Miss
Bessie Wells. Darling.
Blackberries are getting ripe in abundance
in this vicinity.
Apples, plums aud peaches are very scarce,
Wheat harvest Is about completed. The crop
will average nearly twenty bushels per acre In
Oats will soon be ready for the reaper, while
hay is patiently awaiting the mower.
Born, to the wife of John Daulton, a son,
weight four pounds.
To the wife of Alexander Meadows, a son,
weight, eleven pounds.
Grasshoppers are abundant and have destroyed
several fields of tobacco.
Mis. Matilda Stewart, of Brown county, O.,
paid L.T. Cole, a short visit a few days since.
Mrs. Samuel Fry, and daughter have recovered
from their recent accident.
Mrs. William McNutt is seriously ill at her
residence near Rectorvllle.
Mrs. Clarrlssa Sweet is reported III.
Mis. Sarah Cole is convalescing.
A Sunday school Is in successful oneratlon
n.vn to the wife H. C. Hord, a daughter,
Married, at Glenvllle, Miss M. Lyons to Mr.
Charles McDonald. May they live happy
through life and have no troule but little ones.
Benjamin Webster, a noted London actor,
W. M. Davis, a noted horse thief has
been arrested at Milwaukee.
James Hawks, a Syracuse (N. Y.) brute,
murdered his wife on Sunday.
A young lady living near Wabash, Ind.,
has lived sixty days without food.
John Turner fatally stabbed a young
man named Willett at Louisville, Sunday.
Everything was lower at the Chicago
grain market, Saturday, except wheat.
The Hillsdale Crew has been barred out
of the Metropolitan and Mousley regattas.
Dr. Milton Gray, an old resident of
Stark county, died at Canton, Saturday
The printers on the Hartford papers
struck Sunday night for an increase in
An old lady fell down a pair of steps at
Springfield, Sunday night, and crushed
Blanche Douglass and Walter Malley attended
the Bijou Theatre together Saturday
The total number of bodies found at the
Mingo disaster is fifty-one. Six bodies are
Dr. Joel Prescott, of Chicago, was robbed
and murdered in his office in that city
The commencement exercises at
College began Sunday with the Baccalaureate
Several bodies have been washed ashore
at The Hague from the Dutch iron-clad
Adder reported lost last week.
A railway collison occurred at Cork,
Ireland, on "Sunday. Thirty persons were
injured, twelve of whom fatally so.
Welsh and Irish factions enjoyed a riot
at Tredegar, Wales, on Sunday, and several
persons were severely injured.
Herman Loher, the Philadelphia boy
who killed a companion on Saturday, surrendered
himself to the police on Sunday,
The financial committee of the senate
will meet next Tuesday to consider the 2
per cent. bill. Its passage is c nsidere i
doubtful in any event.
Frank Conner and James O'Cbnnell
were killed in a railway accident near
Vincennes. IndM Saturday nL'ht, and a
freight train was badly wrecked.
The round house of the St. Louis and
San Francisco Railroad at Viniti, Indian
Territory, with two emrin, wa burned oa
Saturday night. Loss,
Chairman Calkins, of the house committee
on elections, intimates th u he docs
not think any more contested election
cases will be considered this session.
The Egyptians have been accused with
breaking "faith with the Enaiish Admiral
Seymour, who has prepared a proclamation,
to be placarded all over the city
charging the authorities with breach of
faith, demanding the surrender of the fortifications
within twelve hours, and warning
the authorities that if they fail to comply
with this demand, fire will be opened
on the torts alter the expiration oi a
2s ?upe?ffi with ekler ThM' E' Hedses I further period of twenty-four hours
The turnpike campaty 13 repairing the road
which was needed very much.
Prof. Brown, has left Gleuvllle, and rejoices
on his way to Camp Nelson.
Miss Lottie Brooks, an accomplished young
lady is teaching a select school at Camp-
June 11, 1S32, at his home near Lewiaburg,
Mison county, Ky., Mr. WILLIAM STORbUt,
aged twenty-live years, seven mouths aud two
days. He was the son of David and Jennie
Storer, and was only 111 for a brief period.
It is reported that Clay Bradley will teach ' Venv brother It is sad to part with thea,
Pleasant Hill school. Ott loss Uyotir eternal gain,
Purtlug Is but tor a while,
Soon we shall loin theeon that happy s'lore.
Over the river of Jordan where parting Is no
Willie, thou hast gone to rest,
Mid the holy and the blest.
Vm CSS 4KSEL
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EAST EXD REED A5TD CORXET BA.ND.nt the PURLIC SCHO.TIi GROUNDS In
Eust Bf njruville, on
FRIPAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS, JUIY 14 and 15.
4 GOOD $WN? BAND WIJL FURNISH TH MUSIC.
WAXED STAGE FOR J2A.TSCTTS G.
REFRESHMENTS OF ALL KINQS. QT OF ORDER MAINTAINED.
II. L. DAyON,