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nrinf, Camp Meeting.
TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 8, 1882.
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Now flap your wings, you thoroughbred,
And crow for all you're worth,
For Denny Fitz has routed them
And run. them all to earth.
It now will take a pick and spade
And extra care to find them
For they have sneaked into their hole,
And dragged the hole behind them.
Top o the mornin' to you, Jailer Fitzgerald.
There was a great deal of drunkenness
in the city yesterday, notwithstanding all
the saloons had been closed by order of
Wm. Wormald has reduced the price
of the best grade of Pomeroy coal to eight
The members of the Emmet Rifles are
requested to meet at their armory to-night
at eight o'clock, to consider business of
If you want to be very fashionable in
your correspondence, you must use fancy
colored sealing wax and a big seal to close
Joseph Owens, son of Mr. Lud Owens,
while playing near a saw at W. B. Mathews
& Co's mill this morning, fell against
it and had one of his arms nearly severed
at the wrist.
The remains of Mrs. Speed Bogie, colored,
who lost her life last week during
the flood in Lawrence creek, was found
onSundoy near the mouth of that stream.
The body had been buried before the arrival
of the coroner, and an inquest was
therefore, not held.
The largest number of votes polled for
any candidate in precinct No. 2 was cast
for Mr. M. F. Marsh, for magistrate. Considering
that he made no special effort to
secure his election it is a high compliment
and a merited one. Mr. Marsh is a
cultivated gentleman, a promising lawyer
and in all respects and well qualified to
acceptably fill the position to which he
has been elected by so handsome a vote.
Death of W. H. Alexander.
Mr. W. H.Alexander, one of the first
citizens of the county, died at his home
near Lewisburg at half-past ten o'clock on
Monday night, at the age of seventy years.
Mr. Alexander was a native of Fleming
county but has' lived in Mason for the
past twenty-two years. He had been an
invalid for nearly eight years and for the
pastfouryears had been confined to his bed.
He was an honest, conscientious and up-
tv at large will t?e sensibly felt. The
,at halkpast.nin Q,'clockon Wednesday'
morning, after services' by'Rev. C.
Monday's Proceedings. Sermons
by Revs. Tudor, Henderson
Distinguished ArrivalsCamp Gossip.
From our Special Correspondent.
, - " MONDAY.
Themorningpfayer3"were"led by Rev.
Gt'D. Turner. ' .
" The devotional exercises were conducted
by Rev. D. B. Cooper.
Sermon at 11 a. m., by Dr. Tudor.
1 John 1:7 But if we walk in the light,
as he is in the light; we have fellowship
one with another, and the blood of Jesus
Christ his son cleanseth us from all sin.
He treated this subject in his usual felicitous
At 3 p. m., Dr. James A. Henderson
preached from the words, Behold I stand
at the door and knock; if any man hear
my voice, and open the door, I will come
in to him, and will sup with him, and he
Rev. 3:20 Treated as follows :
' 1. The speaker , "'
2 The manner in which he reaches
3. The reward to those receivingHim.
At night Dr. Hendrix preached.
Text: This is a faithful saying, and
worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus
came into the world to save sinners: ot
whom I am chief.
The speaker showed that the historic
evidence of Christ's coming was satisfactory.
2. The purpose of his coming was
to save sinners.
Many forcible illustrations of this point
were drawn from observations in the Holy
It is not too much to say that a deep religious
feeling seems to pervade the en
tire encampment, and that here a holy atmosphere
may be breathed. The design
of the committee is being literally carried
out and a strong and forcible presentation
of the cardinal doctrines of the bible is
being made. We shall answer many inquiries
by stating here that one may come
at any time and be amply paid.
It would be difficult" indeed to state
what particular day it would be best.'
, CAMP NOTES.
The arrivals to-night were as follows :
Dr. T. J. Dodd, Vanderbilt Universitv,
Revs. W. F. Taylor, Danville, J.
Shelbyville, G. W. Young, Newport,
W. T. Rowland, Georgetown, J. Rand, Covington,
DrH. P. Walker, Lexington, and
Dr. J. H. Young, Harrodiburg.
General Heath, of 'Ohio, visited the encampment
from Saturday until this morning.
He is now "a soldier of the cross."
He aids with his flute the sweet strains of
sacred music 'that cheers the christian army
We shall take occasion here to state that
our copy has to be set up so hurriedly that
typographical errors do and must occur.
We beg indulgence in this respect. We
could heartily wish it in our power to have
Hochiiiger Bros. & Co., Manufacturing
Messrs. Hechinger Bros. & Co., as is
usual at this time of the year, are receiving
the latest and
most fashionable styles of ready made
clothing from their manufacturing establishments
in the East. It is well known
that this Arm manufacture their own goods
for this trade, employ the most skillful
workmen, and as they have a buyer resi
dent in the,East, sqcure from the mills the
most desirable fabrics as fast as they are
put upon the market. They are able,
therefore, to render satisfaction in every
instanceboth isgafSricehd quality.
Their mrcp?ant! tililbring "department "is
complet wotas tta .supervision of one
of thebest'cutterti'iu the county. If you
desire to.be J well dressed give Messrs.
lTwo 'youngs nien" named1 Benedict and
Osborn were arrested at Mt. Gilead, Saturday,
for seduction. ( . ,
Score at the close of the walking-match :
Hart 527, Noromac 505, Harriman 500,
Oampana'360. - j
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. Frank Clark, of Indianapolis, is visiting
the family of Mr. J. H. Rogers.
Miss Sallie McDaniel, of Maysville, is
visiting Miss Reynolds, of Aberdeen.
Miss Anna Howell, of Covington, is the
guest of the family of Mr. H. C. Barkley.
Misses Lottie and Florence Stanton and
Master Pierce Stanton left for Frankfort
Miss Fannie Walton returned to
Monday, after a pleasant visit
to Miss Mattie Cord, at Millwood.
Prof. Vennor's predictions for the re
mainder of this month are as follows : 7th
to 14th weather varying from moderately
warm to very warm, evenings and nights
pleasantly cool. Showery and sultry with
some heavy rains about the 12th and 13th.
14th to 21st, cooler weather generally first
portion of week, with cool to cold evenings
and nights. Hail, rain and wind storms
on or about the 17th and 18th. Nights
frosty. Severe storms in Virginia through
tobacco belt about middle of month or
shortly after. Frosts through New York
State this week, terminating in sultry
weather again. 21st to 28th heat again,
and sultriness with scattered local storms,
terminating in cooler weather to wardsand
after the 25th. Storms on i'Lakes" in Ontario,
Canada, 25th or 20th,. Storms of
wind and thunder at New Yoik and along
North Atlantic coast between 25th and
28th, followed by wet weather. 2Sth to
31st, generally cloudy and cooler weather
with rain in western and eastern sections
of country. Nights cool to cold and frosty
well to the southward. '
The following correspondence explains
Maysville, July 27th, 1832.
Prof. C. J. Hall.
Dear Sir : Having been the tutor of
our children for the past two vears, we
floor instead of being on the scales. I
weighed it, deducted the weight of the
carriage, and immediately discovered that
it did not weigh heavy enough, and on
examination found where the trouble was,
adjusted the carriage, re-weighed it correctly
and that is all there was of the matter.
J no. G. Bacon.
July 29th, 1882.
What Mr. Bacon states tn regard to
weighing our tobacco is entirely correct,
and he showed no disposition whatever
to wrong us. William HuBna.
July 29th, 1S82. Joseph Huber.
I was standing by and saw Mr. Bacon
weigh Hubers' tobacco. He was the first
to discover that it was not weighed right,
and immediately corrected it.
July 29th, 1SS2. Jas. F. Bukt.
Insurance tickets guaranteeing $3,000
in case of death from accident, or $15 a
week in case of disability from accident,
can be had of the Travelers' Accident Insurance
Company, for the small sum of
25 cents a day, Tickets issued for any
number of days. Excursionists should
keep this in mind and secure a ticket before
starting. M. F. Marsh,
take pleasure in recommending you as a I from Brownsville, Texas
competent ana tnorougn teacner and
those who desire an education will study
their interest by attending your school.
H. C. Barkley, J. James Wood,
F. S. Owens," Andrew T. Cox,
B. A. Wallingford, G. A, McCarthey,
Thomas M. Green, A. R. Glascock,
A. J. Egnew, L. Foster,
J. G. Hickman, D. Hechinger,
Charles H. White, John W. Watson.
Gentlemen: Absence from the city has
prevented me sooner acknowledging the
reception of your very kind and flattering
testimonial; the more gratefully acknowledged
because entirely unsolicited.
It has been my aim and my ambition
in the profession of my choice to I e
thorough in all my work and to deserve
the commendation of my patrons.
I assure you, gentlemen, that your letter
more than repays me for the care and
anxiety I have felt in the conduct of the
"Maysville Literary Instistute," and it
shall be an incentive to still greater exertions
to advance the interests of the
pupils entrusted Jto my instructions.
' I have the honor to be ' your .very sincere
Maysville, Ky., July 31, 18S2
To Whom it may Concern.
I am informed that there is a report in
circulation calculated to do me an injury,
especially in the estimation of those who
.do not mo, indicating that I tried to
cheat Joseph and Win. Huberin weighing
their tobacco. Pnow take this method ot
not only denying the report, but by the
testimony of the parties interested, and
also by that ot a disinterested witness,
will prove that there is no foundation in
truth for such a report.
I receive and weigh tobacco on scales
sunk in the warehouse floor and on a level
with tjie.floorw I. use.twolight carriages
with Imalli tow. jpKeelswhfchriira ifuri upon
the tobaCco is "then placejd
upon them "and weighed. In weighing
the tobacco referred to, by some mischance
two of the wheels were left resting on the
Four firemen were precipitated from a
burning bridge into the river at Lowel,
Mass., and seriously injured.
James Hamilton, a well known theatrical
manager, died at Wheeling.
It is reported that the Ohio Republicans
will probably purchase the Garfield mansion
in Washington for Ohio headquarters.
Mrs. Francis M. Scoville has filed a petition
for divorce against George Scoville,
her huiband ; for alleged extreme cruelty.
Sandy Bynum, a prominent Republican
politician, "killed Thomas G. Hawlett at a
political meeting at Ay res Springs, Ala.
A man named Giddings shot and killed
Benjamin Wilksline at Chillicothe, Saturday,
for-improper intimacy with his wife.
The united opinion of Irish members of
Parliament is that the proceedings of the
English Government in Egypt is most unwarranted
Heavy rains prevailed as;ain Saturday
in Northern Ohio, still damaging crops.
Fiftv cases of vellow fever are reported
One de.tth has
John Ward won a soft at Milwaukee
Saturday, over John Brooks for
$200 per side.
Sept. wheat 51 0CK
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RETAIL MARK Ef.
Corrected dally by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
btreet, Maysville, Ky. t
Limestone 3 7 5
Maysville Family 0 '
Maysville Ulty 0 7o
Kentucky Mills 0 00
Butter, ft lb 202J
Egys, ft doz - 1)
Meal ft peclc "'
Molasses, t'aucy &0
Coal Oil, ft gal 20
Sugar, granulated ft lb Jlj
' A. ft lb i
yellow ft tb 9S10
Hams, sugar cured ft lb ui
Hacon, breakfast ft lb 10i
Hominy, ft nallou 20
Beans ft gallon "Q
Potatoes ft peck 20
Dried Peaches &K
riiHE firm of SIMON & BRO has this day been
X dissolved by mutual consent, JOSEPH SIMON
retiring' The The busmen will bo carried
on at the old stand by
.whoiwilltaaaumeall llabllltiesaud collect' all
accounts auo.aoove arm. aukubi, oiu,.iccw,
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