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DAILY -EVENING BULLETIN,
SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 5, 1882.
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rUBLISIIEKS AND PROPRIETORS.
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What makes his eyes to sparkle so?
What makes his step so light?
Because the young man's going to take
The circus in to-night,
If you would just as happy be,
Be sure you straightway g
And get, just as that young man did,
A ticket to the show.
Look out for fraudulent tickets.
They have been printed in this city
and an effort is to be made to impose
them upon unwary Democratic
The editor of the New Republican having
made the most brilliant effort of his
life he should now take a dose of
or some other astringent.
The following marriage licenses have
been issued at Brown county-,' Ohio, since
our last report :
Lewis L. Wallace and Ida Evan".
Charles Holts and Catherine Price.
John Tllton and Julia Connor.
Tli what do you think,
A sweet little sprig of "society" Pink,
Whose ocsjthetlc nature bewitches,
In an effort to crush, with a huge load of mush,
Got rid In a trice of a torrent of slush
And had a cyclone in bis breeches.
Mr. Louis F. Metzger, agent for D. S.
Johnson & Co., is selling many pianos and
organs in this neighborhood. He sold a
fine one recently to Mr'Ross P. Gault near
Washington, the fifth he has sold here
He disposed of a number of cabinet orgoris
Mn. Alfred Whitman, general agent of
The Travelers Life and Accident Insurance
Company of Hartford, Conn., is spending
several days -in this city working up the
interests of the company. The Travelers
is a safe and reliable company, and is popular
Attention is directed to the advertisement
of Windhorst & Blum, fashionable
merchant tailors from Cincinnati, who
have lately opened an establishment in
this city. They have on hand a complete
line of fine goods and trimings suitable
for business and dress suits. They do their
work promptly and guarantee satisfaction,
while their prices are moderate.
seoTthem, . 7 tV
Open Air Concert.
Another delightful open air concert wiN
be given next Wednesday evening, bv
Pfaucke'g Reed, and: Brass Band, on
riverrDaatHriejfooto'f Sutton street; The
public is much indebted to the band for
these pleasant occasions. The programme
is as subjoined : .- ..
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MarchUnique , C. E. Sims.
Defiling. Camp Meeting
Second Day's Proceedings Services
. by Dr. J. B. West, of Tennessee,
and Dr. D. B. Cooper, of
Interesting Gossip of the Camp.
of the day. Breakfast follows. From appearances
at the table refreshing sleep
and pure air are admiiable tonics. Trains
arrive and hearty greetings foliow. All
seem joyous and happy, yet it is of a nature
that an appreciation "of the inestimable
privileges of life bestows. By to-morrow
the meeting will be under full headway.
The seeming great disaster which caused
the delay is beyond our ken. God reigns
and doeth all things well.
The morning sermon was preached by
Dr. J. B. West, pastor of McKendree
church, Nashville, Tenn. Text, St.-John
The human nature and the love of Jesus
Christ were the leading thoughts. No one
who heard this discourse could doubt the
nearness of Jesus to suffering humanity
since as He was verily and truly man as well
as God. As a man He suffered and was well
tempted. Hence we have a merciful high
priest who sympathizes with us in all the
ills of life. No one could doubt the love
of Christ after such a presentation of the
unmistakeable evidences that were given.
In the time of sorest need human help and
sympathy may fail anl often do fail,
but there is one "a friend that sticketh
closer than a brother." We shall attempt
no synopsis of this sermon. It was one
eminently calculated to give an impetus
to the meeting in the right direction. We
would advise all who can to hear this
divine for themselves.
At 3 p. m. Rev. D. B. Cooper, of Millersburg,
Ky., preached from 2 Cor. 5: 14-15
He spoke of the accomplished work of
Jesus Christ in dying for the world, the
necessity of this death and the efficacy
of Christ's shed blood in cleansing from sin.
Then as all blessings and mercies come
to us through him, he set forth the motive
that should prompt us to a a life of service
and elevation to'God. Christ's love ought
to be the great motive power of life.
Although this is the second day there
has been an unusually small number of
campers on the ground.
The company has charge of the dining
hall this year, and as is usually the case
will keep the table bountifully supplied.
John W. Thompson and James J.
have been added to (he force. The
courteous treatment received is highly appreciated
If you want just the nicest and most delicious
ice cream give W. H., Fogg' a call.
No one needed to be told to-day that
Signal Gallop?. Frelder. I he's do alrtlt WiH8. " "
At gate No. 3 may be heard an excellent
tune at any time.
By an error in types we were made to
say Miss instead of 'Mrs. Gardiner.
Mr. A. Kenner, formerly of Maysville,
now of Sherburne, is here a pleasant acquisition.
In addition to the singers already mentioned
are, Mrs. H. W. Abbott, Miss Laura
West, Miss Amanda Wall and others
whose name3 wo did not learn.
The Candidate for Jailer.
Dennis Fitzgerald is a clean handed and
thoroughly honest man. He has lived in
Maysville for more than thirty years, and
irromour Special Correspondent, in that time no man who cares to speak
the truth, can say that he has been any-The
slumbers of the tenters was broken thing else than a good and useful citi.en.
te?Tbfli Ur He sought the nomination as a candidate
These Methodist folks keep up their , . ., , , ,. ,
tion for system and order perhaps their for Jailer as other good men did, and won
success in some measure has been due to it over his competitors in a convention as
this fact. Morning services were conduct- fairly organized and conducted as any eyer
ed by Dr. West. He read the lesson '
as i10i,i :n this county. He resorted to no
Psalm OIII. These services are eminent-
ly calculated to prepare those who tnck or artifices to secure his nomination
pate in them for the right employment ' and obtained it by a decided expression
Mr. Ed. Fogg had arrived. " The clear
tones of the cornet told the story. His
wife an accomplished vocalist accompanies
Fifteen new cottages have been erected
since the last meeting.
The terrible rains of late'seem to have
little or no effect on the hill '. .' ,?
A considerable part of the Mavsville
delegation came on the 8 o'clock tram
;terdayoArnpng them are Mrs. Moores
and daughter; Mrs. Burroughs and two
daughters, accompanied by Miss Pierce '
The new arrivals among the ministers
are Drs. E. K. Hendrix, B. T.
J. A. Henderson and Revs. M. D.
and G. V. Tur-
1 vBerriesJ tife in! demand. ; At gateNo.
thprejB jiist.tlie njcest it ,n,o$ a .red Ber-.
ry yet a' strawberry blonde;- :-.
of the sentiment of the convention. He
has all the qualifications necessary to fill
the office acceptably, and is prepared to
comply with every requirement of the law.
There is therefore no reason that will stand
why any man professing to be a Democrat
should vote for John Kirk or refuse to
sustain Dennis Fitzgerald. A skulker is
as bad as an open traitor. Either is not
fit to be trusted even as a They
do not properly belong in the Democratic
party and ought to get out of it as quick as
possible. The place for all such "recreants
is in the ranks of the Republicans, whose
representatives they directly or indirectly
aid. The Eagle is welcome to call this
wielding the lash or whatever else it
pleases; it is what the Bulletin thinks.
Crumbs from the Upper Crust.
A young lady writes to the Bulletin
that she would like to pull the ears of our
' society " editor. She would have her
hands full that's all.
What is "society " after all, but a mixture
One who is half man and half dog bows
to the rich and bows-wows to the poor.
He bowed up his back and Jerked her a bow,
On his heels made an elegant turn ;
She crooked up her arm , and quick as a Hash,
His'u was hooked Into her'n,
Away they sailed a pair
Showing that Cupid had catched 'em,
And sensible people said, who would have
That Darwin's monkey had hatched 'em.
The following is taken from the "society"
column of ther Noristown Herald :
A London surgeon says that- only 'one fashionably-dressed
womau in 50'J can draw a full
breath with her clothes on : but he must admit
that it wouldn't look well for a fashionable
woman to disrobe in the street, in order to
draw a full breath. At the opera or a French
ball however, It is different, and she should
have no difficulty In drawing a full breath,
Always carry a corn cob in your pocket
and around the atoresaid corn cob wrap a
one dollar bill, and when you want a nickel
you will have to pull the corn cob out to
get at it and an admiring public will whisper:
"That chap's got money. See his
roll 1 Pie's well fixed." But if you can't
raise the dollar you will have to be content
with yo ir position in the " middle
At the National Civil Service Reform
Association meeting at Newport, R. I.,
Qeorge AYj.jQurtis, 3arl,Schurz, Sherman
S. Rogers, Silas W. Burt,' Charles Theodore
Russell, Bancroft C. Davis, Josiah
Quincy, jr., are among the prominent attendants.
In an address Mr. Curtis severely
arraigned President Arthur for the
removal of competent officers. Fifty per
cent, of the office holders whose terms
tiring Arthur's Administration had
beenlfdismUse Jtfie ?riflefrt& course
had been such as to demand some radical
reform. Tho tyranny of political assessments,
bulldozing of government employes,
with families' 'depending upon them for
A lpport, were sevef ely condemned.
There will be the usual services at St.
Patrick's church to-morrow.
On account of the absence of Rev. S, B.
Alderson, there will be no service tomorrow
at the Presbyterian Chapel in East
Rev. A. R. Kennedy's pulpit at the
Presbyterian church will be filled to-morrow
by Rev. John Barbour, of Louisville.
Sunday School exercises will not be held
at the M. E. Church, South, to-morrow.
The usual services will be held at the
Baptist church to-morrow morning and
There will be no service morning or evening
at the M. E. Church, South, to-morrow.
There will be religious services at tho
Taird street M. E. Church, to-morrow
morning and evening. At 11 a. there
will be the regular communion services,
and at S p. in. preaching by the pastor.
Everybody is invited.
Vote and work
for Dennis Fitz-
Tbe Bulletin orfiue was yesterday graced
by the presence of Mrs. Gus. Simmons,
Miss Anna W. Mowell, Miss Fannie
Miss Lida Babcock and Mrs. D. I.
The work or prizing tobccogneson steadily
Were it more hlt:hlyprized by the dealers our
tanners would be better pleased.
Perry Jefferson, of the Globe House, Cincinnati,
was here on the 31 ult on babiues.
Our popular druagist A. O. White will take
in Fiemingsburg this week, ' ian but wo:i
de why he leads the solitary "Ife a bachelor
T. P. Ray is back after a few days sojourn In
Wagons heavily loaded with wheat and tobacco
may be constantly seen in our streets.
Business exceptionally good tor time of year.
Camp-meeting and flection, or themes of
conversation as the Bulletin will contain
daily proceedings of former "ewibodj takes
It." We expect details and current Items.
Powell Owens, of Fern Leaf, paid our town a
visit a few days since. He is f ami ig exten
sively and is makliig a sneers o: It as lie did
ot nts business enterprise- wuen a citizen oi
W. T. Grover of the red corner h is tmpo
the assistance of the i. .J v nl Jnn
Ball, esq. As a smoliht and a a oe. is he is
hard to oeat. He is all O. K. also as an officer
and has a heart "as big as all w
Sept. wheat 3
' uork ,
"lard.. V2 22y2
" corn , 1vA
KKTAIL MA UK EC.
Corrected dally by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone : 8 7 25
Maysville Faintly 0 25
Maysville City J 75
Mason County 0' 25
Kentucky Mills (J Mi
Batter, V lb 2025
Lard, tMb 15
Eggs, 1 doz - 15
Meal ft peck Ui
Molasses, faucy &0
Coal Oil, ft gal 2U
Sugar, granulated ft to Ili4
" yellow ft tb 9aio
Hams, sugar cureil ft to lb
Bacon, breaklast ft - to 10;
Hominy, ft gallon , "0
Beans ft gallon. ...-.- 5t)
Potatoes ft peck 20
Dried Peaches .V. MI
J. C. Kaclriey & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are reccommended
to be. Main Street, Germantowu, Ky.
Four Doors Below the Postofflco
HAS OPENED HIS
, lco Cream for sale by the galion or half gallon.
Wedding Parties furtdshed on short'
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