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DAILY EVENING BUEBETIN.
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TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 15, 1882;
: Hie Evening Bulletin is published
dally, and served lree of postage at 0
cents per week; 25 cents per month; 7o cents
per three months : S1.50 per sis months, and $3
per year, payable in advance.
WTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS
u'n ABRrirRii on in than
AN Y OTHER PAPER PUBLISH ED in-M AYS-VILLE.
Pkivate Dalzell declines to be a candidate
for Congress in Ohio.
The New York Democratic State Convention
is to be held at Syracuse, September
France has now accepted, under certain
reservations, the proposal for the collective
protection of the Suez Canal.
The yield of Minnesota wheat crop this
year, according to present prospects will
not be less than 42,000,000 bushels.
Information from New Jersey is to the
effect that Robeson is practically beaten
for the renomination in nis district.
Under the Deficiency Bill passed at the
late session of Congress the sum of $36,-211
is to be refunded to Kentucky on account
of expenses incurred in raising and
Twenty new cases of fever were reported
from Brownsville, Texas, Saturday, but
no deaths. At Cortinas' ranches, twelve
miles north, there are five cases. At
the existing cases number upwards
of five hundred, with three deaths.
Figures that Speak,
West Chester (Pa.) Jetfersonian.
The annual appropriations for 10 fiscal-
years as officially reported by the Treasury
1873 Republican Congress $154,216,751
1874 Republican Congress 172,290,700
1875 Republican Congress 155,017,758
1876 Republican Congress 147,714,940
1877 Democratic House 124,122,010
1878 Democratic House.. 114,069,483
1879 Democratic 'House 172,016,819
1880 Democratic House 162,404,647
1881 Democratic Congress.. . 154,118,112
1882 Democratic Congress:.... 177,888,214
Average for ten years $153,386,053
This year's appropriations as stated by
the Chairman of the Senate Committee:
1883 Robesonian Congress. ...$294,293,097
Well, what are you going to do about it?
PROGRAMME OF THE KENTUCKY
Held at Maysville, August
10:30 President's Address, followed by
2:30 i. jr., (1) Enrollment.
(2) Report of the Board,
V.i) Report of Treasurer.
(i) Report of Financial Agent.
(5) Appointment of Committees.
8.00 r. m Address by Dr. S. E. Pearree.
8:30 A. m., (1) Enrollment,
12) Report ot State Evangelist.
(:) Short Speeches on the report,
H) Address at 11 on Woman's Mission
Work, by B, B. Tj ler, rep-
resentative oi Woman's Mission
Board ot Ky.
2:80 i m., (1) Reports of the District Evangelists.
Bros. Williams, Baker,
Graves, Perkins, Hurat, Pickens
(2) Short speeches on these reports.
.8:20 i'. ,m., Sermon by George Daisje.
., 4 , THURSDAY.
8:30 A, m., (1) Reports of Committees. '
" t2) Miscellaneous Business. .'.
. v. t (3).Sermon by
(2$(J r. m, Miscellaneous .Business. Short Ad-.
7 , ' dresses and Devotional Exercises.
8:00 p;Hsi Address on th& Duty.of the Church
- r.ji fti. .to.ward the Liquor Tra3 by Presi
dent C. L. Loos.
i i only o.ne daily
from.Leyingtpn tp, Mayeyille. -It
leaves Lexington at 5. r. ar., and arrives.at
jrfayVvillefatr8'Rji. .,' "'' ' '
ifieiBoats from .CincinhatiHeaver,f.bat
The New Gffim
subjected to an official investigation.
''Brotnr'Bariies ia at Indianapolis.
Senator "Hill, of Gedrgia is worse, and
his death is hourly expected..
A national reunion of colored people
will-be-hold at Columbus this week...
George Alexander, a rough, was shot
and killed by tf policeman 'at Ft. AVayne,;
- -Br. instantly killed-
by falling from a hay mow. at Orville, on
Robert Turnbull defeated Al. Shorten-bach
in nine rounds in a prize fight at
Flushing, L. I.
Guy West, aged thirteen, at Hunters-town,
Ind., did not know it was loaded.
Death was instantaous.
Two little girls named Meekham blew
out the gas and went to bed at Pullman,
III. Both were found dead.
J. AValgamat's family, living near New-come
rstown, O., were chloioformed and
the house robbed of $125 last week.
A constable named B rown was shot fatally
at Parsontown, county of Louth, Ireland.
Four bullets entered his body.
The Supervising Inspector General of
steamboats is preparing regulations for the
special inspectors of foreign steamers.
Timothy Nolan and Frank Graham, Indianapolis
firemen, were seriously injured
while in the line of their duty on Sunday.
Katie Ryan, a pretty belle of Richmond,
Ind., committed suicide Saturday night.
She was afraid she would die of consumption.
Alex. AVeiber, a saloon keeper at Evans-ville,
Ind., and his wife and child were
found murdered in their home on Sunday
The Marion county, Indiana, Republicans
met on Saturday and nominated a
ticket. Senator Harrison presided and
made a speech.
At Brownsville, Texas, on S unday, there
were twenty-two new cases of yellow fever
all Mexicans but one Americanand
At Spokane Falls, Wyoming Territory, a
fire Thursday night destroyed over $400,-000
worth of property; partially insured.
.several men were very severely burned.
The steamers Sirius and Sylvan Dell
collided in New York bay Sunday afternoon,
endangering many lives and inflicting
serious damage on the latter steamer.
Coffee poisoned with what is sunoosed
to be Paris green caused the death of a
young woman near Dayton. The tjonee is
thought to have been carelessly treated
News has been received of a skirmish to
the westward of Alexandria, beyond Meks
forts. The sailors and marines drove
numbers of Arabs back with the fire of
small field pieces.
Fred Mnr.sneld, second clerk on the
steamer Peris C. Brown, died on that boat,
below Louisville, Sunday afternoon. The
remains will be brought to Cincinnati, the
home of his parents.
The Coldstream Guards landed at Alexandria
on Sunday, and marched to
where the whole brigade of foot
guards is now oncamped, under the command
of the Duke of Connaughfc.
A Washington special says: The applications
lor the new bonds come very
slowly, and doubts were expressed by
Treasury officials as to whether one-half
of the three-and-a-half-per cents will be
At. Ulhn, 111., Saturday night, Douglas
Hethcate was knocked down by a man
named Goodman, and while he (Hethcate)
was down Goodman struck him on the
head with a club and killed him. Goodman
is in jail.
John I. McCurtain has been elected
Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation,
beating Benjamin F. Smallwood, anti-railroad
candidate, by a large majority. The
election was very exciting, but no blood
M193 J. R. Parkb's address is 345 North
Pennsylvania .streob, 'Indianapolis, Inc.,
until August t20tlr, after which she will be
at her residoiice southeast corner of Fourth
and iLimestone, streets, thid city.
logaesof thoiiastitiito can .Ue.ouUinl;"
k ji u a me
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Why YoiiskbnldlnsHre rtgaiiistA'ccidrii
1. They will happen in "all occupations
2. They will happen whether you travel
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3. -They cost money, .valuable time, and
'ouon lifo vv.1 v,i v ii4 .' v
insurance costs- but a -small-
pSw - .ir.
case of accidentTafueath.
jrpundi sum inj
G. It secures weekly indemnity ""'for
wholly disabling injury.
- 'A $3000, ticket costs but 25 cts. a day.
Tickets,,issued, for. any number of days.
Yearly policies arethe cheapeel. Callfou
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M. F. Marsh?' Agent .
The following stiles were 'made pn Mon
day-County CourLday, viz : ' - - .
Mil. Gko. C. Goooin.
l .:..?3iSl25 '00
I horse .J ...!...; B-,75 (JO-
f ',T & Slffltl
1 horses..;..;... .3!....fr:&rt.TOtt..!&f40 00
I horse 87 00
1 horse .- .......; 85 00
I horse ;.: t .... .'. 75.00
I cow 25 00
lcalf. 18 00
Wheat threshing is
neighborhood. ,, ,
Plunis are getting ripe and It; is reported sell
for 81 per bushel. ' --
The blackberry crop has been abundant, and
plenty yet for sale at twenty-five cents per
There Is some talk of organizing n club for
the destruction of the tobacco fly In
Cobalt will be the poison used.
Elder Reed, of the Kentucky University, will
preach at the Bethany Church, Sunday, August
The election passed off ""quietly In. our precinct
with Roe, Deghvan and Bullock as the
mo.uruers.ou the magisterial ticket, and Farrow
ana Corryell the happy ones.
The turnpikes needs repairing very much all
along, and especially at the Junction of the
Sprlngdale road, where the recent freshets
have nearly destroyed both.
The Rev. James H. Walllngford, ot the Baptist
Church, will preach at Pleasant Hill next
Lord's day, at 11 o'clock.
The grade that was started here a few months
ago has been abandoned, or at least suspended
By special invitation your 'correspondent
was present at the closing exercises of Miss
Lottie Brooks' school which took place Saturday,
August 12th. The prize No. I was distributed
by lottery as there two equal contestants,
whioh fell to Miss Mollle Hord. Prize No. 2
was given to Miss Rosa Bean. A treat of candles
gladdened the countenances of pupils and
visitors after which short speeches were de
livered by Robert Hord, George Hardyman,
and Thomas Sartin,the 'last-mentioned
In his usual, eloquent and fluent
style the Inefficiency bf ouMeachers, and
particularly our school houses; he looks with
contempt on the miserable log huts. If we had
some more such men as Sartlu It seems that an
era of progress would immediately dawn 6n
our district. Occasional.
NEl'TON, FIiBMINQ COUNTY.
On tlie 21th and 25th instants, there will be
,held at Nepton, (formerly Elizavllle 8tatioa),a
dapuueso'iew, mciuaing uotu uiuner
The fare will be sumptuous, including
every delicacy of the season, and each person
will be preseuted with a handsome Japanese
cup and saucer. The dinuer will be furnished
especially for the benefit of such old persons as
may be disposed to give their patronage. All
charges will bo reasonable, aud the proceeds
are to be appropriated towards Kupplylug the
new M. E. Church, South, herewith pulpit and
Sept. wheat. ; 8 Wi
'vporks , 2125
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'Corrected dally bVjG. W Gkiskij, grocer,-Second
rstreetf Maysville, Ky.- " .. r. 5 4 " '. ;
Limestone , 8 7 26
Maysville Family r. :.."........'. 0 25
Maysvllle,Clty, , , 0 75
Mason County :...". ........ 0 25
Kentucky Mills 0 00
Butter. IB ib... .'. ,20a5
Molasses, fancy ., ,.... 80
Coal Oil, Tfi gal. .'.. ;...; 20
Sugar. grAuulatodJ) HL..,...,,-........,Mi... .11
Hara, sugar curdd ,,, .,,.,.,....,.
utxsn tja tfraer w w
uwui MiM.iuy 27 nt
Hominy', w Kalian,.
Potato IhfeSk.. V..V.:El"W 20
Coffee. ." 1318
T OST-On Sunday
Male, Teacher,2tho best of
references required, to teaclv At Summit.
Address the'Trustees : O. S. LEAOH, . "
M dyaviUo, Ky .
FOK.S AliE 20 tons clover, audiraothy liay
and 1 ton of oats, by stack or ion, on fatm
near ,. oiaysviiie. J u Ld ua cclbektsujn.
,liOJl SALE-A. flue Npcmau Stallion, a sure
iotu geuer, 'A
first class Organ, excellent
JU tone andlngoo'l' order Apply to
FOKSAIiE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
at one-third price. Also two carts aLhalf
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
rooms on" thcqrnir'tof
Third And Apply.to J
r" - . A
mornlua betwee i Hech-
incer'scorner and the BankofMayav'Ue, a
lady's gold chain, with ring and cross attached.
Reward paid n ieit. at xmw uuo iuoi.t
liOSTI JLO!T! Agood Qt if you
LOST! leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
ANNUAL EXHIBIT! ;N
, .'OF THK;
Union Agricultural Society,
Of Mason natl Bracken Couaties,
will be held on the Association's beautiful
NEAR GERMANT0WN, KY
comnienclngOctoier 11. ancoii tluniasf
four dy. This Is eminently an Agricultural
Fair, devoted to the steady Improvement
of all kinds of stock, as well as the encouragement
of fruit culture, horticulture, and every
kind of doraestlo' work. The Board of directors
will snare neither time, trouble or expense
to make the fair of 18S2 the most attractive
ever held by the society.
deneral Price of Admission SOctn.
No Chnrgrc for Entries, Stalls Free,
Ample Sttpplyef Water, . -,'
FEED AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Millersburgr, Boorboa County, Ky.
EGINS lt seventeenth annual session Wednesday.
September 13, 1883. Courses
of study thorough and varied, including all
that is .neccessary to a classical scientific or
business education. Discipline founded on
principle, no espionage etc,
Expenses a? Low as any.
Send for a Catalogue containing full particulars
to . W. BaT5UN, Fresideat.
ar-J. BALLENGER at Albert's China
Store adjoining Pearce, Walllugfoid &
Co.'s Bank. apl46md
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Sixth Annual Fair of tUls Asaoclat'on
THE series), will be lieii on the grouuda of
Association at Lexington, beginning
ON TUESDAY, 'AUGUST. 2tfil882l
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