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THURSDAY EYEtflNG, 4W 10, 1882.
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Next Saturday, at Aberdeen,
The Band will give a fete,
And would you have a royal time
You'll go at half past eight.
The boysjhave asked the Bulletin,
To be the go-between,
In telling all the people of
Their fete at Abordeen.
It is predicted that wheat will go down
to seventy-five cents a bushel.
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Mr. Walter McCann, a well known
citizen of Adams county, Ohio, died last
Tn office-of the Sunday Morning Call
has been removed to the, room over Frank
Phister's stationery store..
Capt. Bruce Redden will this week,
take command of the stearner Return in
the Ripley and Cincinnati-trade.
The Washington correspondent of the
Courier-Journal says: "The Morris Hutch-ins
appointment falls by non-confirmation,
and the Maysville people will be sorry to
see it revived, if indications amount to
Says the Bracken Bulletin . It is just-as
natural for the reader of a newspaper to
buy from those who. advertise thereiu, as
it is for- children, to follow- a paradd of soldiers.
The simple, iacfrof seeing a thing
every day has irresistible attractions.
Happy npw are the. clerks of the stores
whose proprietors do not- believe in advertising.'
They cah'stretch' out upon the
counter, place their heads upon a- roll of
shelf faded calico, thrdw a piece of
over their faces, and snore the happy
We have it on authority that may be
regarded reliable, that work will begin on
the .Newport and Big .Sandy Railroad on
the 1st of September. It is the intention
of .Mr. Huntington to put a large force of
laborers all along the line and build the
road as rapidly, as. possible..
The East End Reed and Cornet Band
have abandoned .'tbgft.intention of giving
a moonlight fete in East Maysville this
evening, and will give instead a social, entertainment
atNeptune Hall. Therewill
be good music, for dancingand. ladies will
be. admitted free, The general, adjhi&$pn
price is ten cents. - Everybody is. invfted
" TT ' '. .ur.'t'in, i i'..j,'j ..,
The returns from the; .eleotte thug. far
received show .mRJori'ty.'dr the, additional
tax fop,.scJipj,, ptitpqv. Judge.
Lewis to-no" dbuj$ elca,, JiV4$pf,.the
Court of Appeals in. Appellate
gtegfr myriM ot
by Kovs. Dodd, Tudor, Band and
Brewer Addresses to Women's
CAMP GOSSIP' AND PERSONALS.
From our Special Correspondent.
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At 10 nl.rDY; T.V'J. DbtWrelfiHTeMTBe
sermon to the children,
ately he pointed out
1st. The importance of little duties:
2nd, The danger 'fit little sins.
Dr. Tudor preached at 11 a.
m., a ser-
mon full of power and of the Holy Ghost.
This divine has a heart that beats strongly
in sympathy with the tempted and
tried ones of earth. Below we present an
abstract. It was based on",
Exodus xiv:13 For the Egyptians"
whom you have seen to-day, ye shall see
them again no more forever.
JDiscretionisthe better nartof valbrr
-It wag braya, .'discretion -It isUne
Highest" us "to-
occasions of temptation and sin. But
we cannot run out of the world. The last
petition of the Lord's prayer w'as intended
for that case,- "Lead us not into temptation
but deliver us from the evil." The
text is aji illustration. The Israelites are
at Etham three days out from Egypt.
They were fleeing from bondage, let us say
bondage to evil; and yet instead of pursuing
their journey eastward keeping the
sea on, the right, they were suddenly commanded
to diverge to the south, putting
the gulf on their left. They were detained
on the confines of Egypt. It was by
the command of God. Life in this world
is on the confines of sin. But Israel on
the... confines of Egypt were uo.fc finally
overtaken and destroyed by the Egypi
tians. aod defended, them . and He Will
defend; us. 'Itwasnot bravado- itv Israel
to turn about and- face the, Egyptians, to
stand rather Jlhan to run. Better fly any
time, if we can, rather than have a. direct
fight with temptation or sin., TiiO Israelites
had not said, "We are riot afraid;" but
when the Egyptians dt$w ightteywre
sore airaiu, ana
of an infidel book
tn&vjwas mgnei ior fipn
, this idle boast has
been the ruin of many a man's iaith. Re
sist the devil and he will flee- from-you,
but it will be back to back, both fleeing.
yin1 we cannot.run in the conditionsfof
thjsihfulVrld the Lord wiilfighffor'us
as he fought for Israel.
An interesting questlbn is, why did the
Lprd thu,s lead his people back apparently
ih.to the.. very power of their enemies?- It
is Answered, "I will get me honour upon
Phara&h." The Lord used his people for
his purposes. No man liveth to himself.
The apostle says, 'That nowomtO; principalities
and powers (as well astb man),
might be known . by -the chur,cli. the manifold
wisdom of '. jod.!' . TSh a -Egyptians
were finallydrowneuV in the -depths of the
sea. The stress -and testiof -our-. Christian
life li at out; b'einYUling
to.; p,tlMpes q sin to march, Ey God's
command in the way. by which our sinful
propensities and all the enemies of our
soul8,raay,rbetQvercome.and routed H.ence,
manyarqiiot clxrifeti)i arid manyj. perhaps,
joined the churchy, because
thgi;a"revluqt&it to marh
uil'islght of. theiaiMjrapidytUn
tefkXtlthudofi QJd's truii ;peolilpfiopd
tovtlifeand,. separated .fro.ffi'jthefai j6n
thia'Qcpun; also, .maQV awVdjifuOjiriiged
.reins oLcomnsand oven the
discouraged' and .discontentd hps.tg hat
by one grarid ettbrt to. rauytlie'm.'.be, might
bringj;hem jnto the promised' land', There
by Ldrahejlt hm;r
acrpM4h.8QS fahld'thV Bg'yptwhlrof untie
lief hnd sjix nd rjaUhijqhVpjtthave seen
fm, aud, wr &m
vineyard, that I have not done in it? Isa.
At 5 p. m., Dr. Hendrirmad6 an address
in the interest of the Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society. Dr. H. has traveled
around thq' wTbfld, and of
his power to speak from personal observation.
The heathen women' anonly be
reached successfully with the christian
religion by women. In unchristian lands,
woman as a rule, has been but little better
thana beast 0f burden in the estimation
ot nian. , "She isi urfwelconied at birth',
despised'tfi childhood,, mistreated in man i-age,
unhonored at death."
Names were taken for an organization to
be known as the Park's Hill Auxiliary of
the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society.
By these societies within the Kentucky
AinualConferenceM. E.:,Church, South;
$l053rrfeVe.colltic'tkd -for me year; ending'
March last. They also support in China
five or six girls for a term of four years
each whilst? at schooL . A grand work is
now being done for women by women.
We shall take great pleasure in giving a
complete list of the organization here.
And we sincerely trust and expect that
this movement in the future will accomplish
great .goqjdi DrHendrlxleft the
encampmentfstfortlyk after.'this 'Mdfessjfllo
the regret dfiiiMtfdrs.w ' - ' A
At nislit Rev. S. R. Brewer preached an
interestings.sennon,Irom.. the, words, "And
thefe;8tiali;go away intoi' everlasting
The'spelikerlihacle' f er.v forcible
presentation of a subject which has
caused much discussion,-
Mrs, Rattie D. McCown Mar-,
gaet Glass,. of Georgetown, .-with, v Mrs.
Tureman, of Carlisle, were among the
pleasant yisitors to the encampment today.
Mr. E. O. Stevenson,4 proprietor of Stevenson
Camp Ground, was here to-day.
The meeting at that place, although begun
July 27th, still continues, so great is the
Miss Etna Prather was here to-day.
A lady visitor to-day inquired, "when is
that ugly, Bro.'. Young -going to preach"?
As there are three preachers, on the ground
answering to the above name and description,
it is an undecided question as to
which one is meant.
The camp-meeting choir is hard to beat
It not often, thaj such-, singing ; talent 4s
brought together jit rone place raid at .one
time. r Pro fr -Stevens! -as" a leader -has-'few-equals,
and no superior. This singing is
by no means the least attractive feature of
the many attraction of the camp grounds.
We acknowledge courtesies shown the
representative of the Bulletin to-day by
Mr. and Mrs. Waller of cottage No. 2, Mrs.
Power and. family of Maysville, Mr.-H. Current
and family bf Tiear.Millersburg.
Poluts Abont People Here and Elsewhere.
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Mr Henry Rbddenft of:- Vanceburji:,has
gone to Gunnison, Colorado.
Mrs. Wilson Hill is spending the heated
term with her sister in Carlisle.
Maurice Langhorn'e, formerly of Maysville,
is practicing law at Washington
City- ?!- . .-
We have heard innumerable complaints
of the neglect and indifference of the city
council, to .matters of public interest in
the Fifth Ward, which in view of the
general health and comfort of the taxpayers,
to havGprpmpt' andvjgorous
attention.. in,the4twb -lots onthe left
handw'sfdei.of "tfie street,-, immediately
after you pass th'o 'bridge, the waiier has
no sufficient escape, and vegetation grows
so rankly that when the hot sun beams
upon it an offensive and sickening effluvia
is given out, which becomes an intol
erable nuisance. iTheigundS'aroundrt
w&.teri tworisj'houfeSlirei' so Iow$ withJ
sufficient outlet, as to be a continued nuisance,
engendering disease and discomfort
to the whole neighborhood. The gutters
of the streets are filled with washings
from the turnpike, and the water overflows,
submerges the pavements, and runs
next grand jury meets, we are informed
that the citizen taxpayers will call in the
fctaHfrferHfStf tttt IKIoMh'ftiryrelteV
The lot-on Second street,. East Maysville,
adjoining the Presbyterian Chapel
and the residence of Joseph Deiner, where
it-has been announced a moonlight fete
will take- place to-night arid to'-morrow
night, is my property and I have nevfer
given ray consent, for its use for any such
purpose nor do I intend to do so.
J. R. Sousley.
As the cabbage worm is found chiefly
upon the outer leaves of the cabbage
plant, or upon those leaves which vill afterward
be the outer leaves, any.thing.that
is. not poisonous to mankind may be
sprinkled upon the leaves to destroy or
drive away the green worm. If the plants
are well sprinkled with a strong decoction
of rhubarb or bitter aloes mixed with
some gum to make it adhere, when the
worms are first seen, these will be destroyed
and no harm will be done. Any
bitter substance that is cheaper than these;
as tan'sy or wormwood, may be used -instead
James Weik fell down a mine shaft at
Joplin, Mo., and was killed.
Ben Pitman, of Cincinnati, the shorthand
writer, is to be married to Miss
Twenty seven deaths of yellow fever "at
Matamofas since last report. None at
William Horton, a well-known farmer,
was killed by lightning in his barn near
A man named Grimes was. waylaid and
nearly murdered near Lexington by negrb
In the;Sunday riot at the Eastman, G"a
camp-meeting five persons were killed and
a number badly hurt.
The Ohio canals have suffered coi sid :-ably
from the heavy rains. Repairs are
being" made as fast as possible.
The United States officer at Colon reports
a. population of six thousand dying
of yellow fever at the rate of one lush Irod
The- British, ship, Supeb shelled, , on
Tuesday ,.the works of the Egyptim about
Aboukfr and Ramleh, but, it seems, without
Tfie latest telegrams from the lst' Anchor
Line steamer Gpld 'Dusr, which
the Mississippi river, above
rfriikman, Kv., show an increase' of the
loSf,'and that" at least'three of the b6ilers
Miifi fiiii.ti . ii- in fun . t YWi.lMhiiinHnHiHfti
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At EllzavIlle.Ky., to the wife of Fatty Williams,
Iri Fleming county, Ky., to the wife of
Ne$r this olty Aug., 8 132,-Mr B. F, THOMPSON,
aged 58 years.
On Salt Lick. Lewis county, Ky., Miss KATE
THOMAS, of rheumatism,
In Flemimr county. Ky.', Aua, 2 .832; Mrs.
NANCY RINGO, aged 78 years.
AUg,7 1882; Mr. SAMUEL
1NGBIM, aged 8years.
TAYLOR daughter of Mrt Moss Taylor.
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