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This week our worthy county 'squires,
An order made that ran
Garrett Wall has proved himself
A just and honest man.
Of services rendered faithfully,
That record book might tell,
They had it written plainly down :
" He did his duty well."
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The new superintendent of the Kentucky
Central is Mr. G. W. Bender.
The fair at Falmouth begins Tuesday,
September 12th, and continues four days.
Col. Snelbaker is to remodel the Theatre
Comique, at Cincinnati, and will expend
in so doing about $10,000.
At the examination of teachers of the
public -schools of the county last Saturday,
ten certificates were granted, all good
for two years.
The examination of teachers of this
county will take place at the Public Library
Rooms, on' Saturday, the 26th inst,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Emmet Rifles received their new
arms on Monday. They will leave next
Saturday morning for the Blue Licks accompanied
by Haucke's Band.
Mr. TnoMAS Jackson has just bought of
Burrows & .Atherton one of their fine
canopy top phretons, which the public will
find a yery attractive, and comfortable
vehicle. It is made in Burrows &
style and is .first class in all respects.
Mr. J.- James Wood, proprietor of the
well-known Drug Emporium, is receiving
daily from the manufacturers and importers
instalments of a very large stock of
merchandise, bought for the fall trade. It
is very complete and will be sold at the
lowest possible margin of profit. Country
merchants are invited to come and examine
samples and learn price's. See advertisement
The following resolutions were adopted :
Whereas, The Hon. G. S. Wall has been for
eight years the presiding judge of the Mason
County Court, and will with the present term
end his official career with said court. There-
fore, be it
Resolved, By the members of the Maysville
1st. That the conduot of Hon. G. S. Wall as
judge aforesaid, has been during his ontire
term of service, such as to merit the respect,
and win the confidence of the bar, and of the
entire county for his legal ability, And for his
Integrity and fairness as a judge.
2nd. That the uniform professional courtesy,
and gentlemanly politeness with which be has
treated the members of the bar, entitles him
to .their sincere gratitude, whloH they beg
leave here most.heartlly to express ,
3rd. That in, thus parting wltuJudge. Wall in
his official connection we tender him. our sin-.
an official career so long, so honorable, and so
await mm in me mture.
4UifVTat aeowrprr these' resolutions be p
sentedto tno County uourtriiow in session1,
kith thereHeaktbathe jMBAe.be 8pead.upoa
fttt records-of tircolrrt. " -&. w :
X;'A Ji Cochran,-4 VCommlttee. '
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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. 1 DISASTROUS' FIREV
TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 15, 1S82.
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Higginspbrt, O., Loses
.00,000 Worth of
One and a half Million Feet of Lumber,
a Large Tobacco Warehouse
and Contents, and a
Cooper Shop Destroyed.
A conflagration' (hatpin volyecl a loss of
about $lo6gJX) occurredat Higginsport,
Ohio, last night between, seven and eight
o'clock. It originated in a cooper shop
belonging to the Boyd -Manufacturing
Company, and is believed to have been
the accidental act of a number of small
boys 'who were playing about the. premises."
The" building was destroyed
wifhiaboufc one and a half million feet
otsa wed lumber in a yard' adjoining.; A
largetohacco -warehouse filled
to 'John Thomas, caught jfire
alstf,and was' totally consumed.,- Invvthi s
building, was about fifteen thousand dollars
vworth ot tobacco, the property v of
Air. Katz, which was not insured. Mr.
Thomas in addition to the loss of the
building and the tobacco stored therein
lost about 5,000 bushels of coal. The loss
of the Boyd Manufacturing Company is
estimated to be $80,000 a part of which is
covered by insurance.
Engines from Ripley and Augusta were
sent for and arrived in time to be of some
service in preventing the spread of the
fire. The Ripley engine and fire company
were taken down by the . Bonanza. The
other was brought by the. Augusta ferryboat.
County Court Proceedings.
The following list of settlements returned
and filed at the 'last term of this
court? and laid over for : exceptions, were
ordered to be recorded, viz. :
J. James Wood, administrator of John
Rosa Niland, guardian of Margaret Ni-land
Patrick Cullen, guardian of Marcella
Luy Mf Keltbjexecutrix of John A.
Same, as executrix of John A. Keith, de-
ceasedas guardian of1 JudithA.j.Keith.
earn e, as execucrix 01 jonn jx. iveitn,
deceased, as the guardian of Thomas
Mary J. Caldwell, guardian of Irene W.
sJosephF. Peme, executor of W. S.
Josiah Wilson, executor James P. Wil
John G. Hickmantrustee of.. .Coons &
Jacob Helmer, administrator of George
Helmer, deceased. 11
. M. Trussell executor of John A. Collins,
Thomas L. Duvall, guardian of Susan
William Hill end als. executors of Au-
Asa Perryle, guardian of Fannie Baker.
Joel Laytham guardian of Laura L.
daiffier;" ''''' " "
Joel Laytham, guardian of Richard T,
Xewis, deceased. ,. ... uas v .. i:
Malinda Parker, deceased.
A' .9f Tho$
S. (JIofdgurdianof "-Jane ilwal leer.
Maria J. Warder, guardian of Mary P.
.W Sv- Fraukv guardian . of Mary and
Rober Wheeler " ' J
A. P. Hord, trustee of Elias Hord.
Mary A. Boyd, guardian of Florence
Boyd and others.
John Henderson, administrator of Arthur
Joel Laytham, guardian of Martha J.
Joel Laytham, guardian, of ; Annie 'L.
Ross P. Gault, trustee of E. K. Gault.
Joel Laytham, guardian of Sarah E.
Laytham. . " . . .
Lizzfo Caldwell, guardian of Joseph E.
Same, guardtan.of Marj'.B. Caldwell.
Samej guardianof AlbeftaiCaldweli.
W. W. Ball, trustee of J. H. Richeson.
C. O. Kennard, administrator of Ella
Kennard, deceased. ! -
Mary V. Mackoy, administratrix of Maria
Mary A. Spaulding,executrix, of James
G. Spaulding; deceased. - 'L
James G. White, guardian of Fannie
Calvert and others.
L. W. Robertson, guardian of Charles
Alex. Calvert, guardian of Orry Calvert.
Martha. Power,. guardian of Frederiek
Same, guardian of. Ann .Delia Power.
E:K. 'Gault, guardian of Alfred B Ball.
Administration upon the goods, chattels,
etc., of Benjamin Thompson, deceased,
was granted to Effie Thompson. It was
ordered that ErHe Thompson be appointed
administratrix, de, bonis non with the will
annexed of Geo. W. Thompson, deceased.
William Hunter qualified as guardian
of Orlando V. Ball, a minor,, over the age
of fourteen years.
Thomas Parry qualified as administrator
of David Green, colored, deceased, with
H. G. Pajrsyrety.W.f GHft.jTohn W.
Durgee and W. B. McLllvaine were
John-Fields resigned as overseerofroads
in 'district No:' 1, in ' voting precirfctNo. 7,
and Eli Umstattd was appointed in his
An inventory, of the, estate fof :J6hn D.
Sid well was returned and filed by Daniel
Perrine, guardian, and! ordered to be recorded.
An inventory and appraisement of the
personal estate of Mason Ball, deceased,
was filed and ordered to be recorded.
' The Helena- Turnpike JXoad .Obmpaiiy,
produced its annual report which Was
ordered to be filed.
ThesherjfTof Mason county was appointed
administrator of Jacob Deal, deceased.
The last will and testimony of Charles
rtR. Chappell,vdeceasedl was
,'The following .settlements were
&9 3 mi r; tf U
imtWrmiA. . 9Tjn
J. Dobyns, deceased.
ordered to lie over till next term for exceptions,
Aris Wiggins guardian of Alethia A.
Wiggins, (now Wheatley.)
A. R. Howard administrator of Talliferro
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mr. W. G. Lord and wife and their
in the West-End.
, Mis Wilsie Miller, of St. Louis, return-ed
home on Monday, after a pleasant visit
Deering Camp Meeting.
Closing Day Services by Bishop
Tyeire and Revs. Noland, Evans,
Beynolds and Poynter.
From our Special Correspondent.
Rev. M. D. Reynolds preached to the
children ut 10 a. m. Subject: Keeping
1st. is that we feel with, i e, love,
2nd. Heart is kept by guarding it against
wrong feelings and cultivating good feelings.
The sermon at 11 a. in., was preached to
a vast concourse of people by Bishop H.
N. McTyeire. Text: And when .they
came that were hired about the eleventh
hour, they received every man a penny.
At 3 p. m., Rev. F. W. Noland preached.
Text: Acts 2:47.
The sermon at night was preached by
Dr. T. J. Dodd. Psalm 51:6.
Bishop H. N. McTyeire led morning worship
and gave an impressive farewell address.
At 10 a. m., Dr. Dodd preached an
appropiate to the communion
service which followed. Text: 1 Cor. 11:
27. This meeting was the formal closing
The hist exercises were held at night.
Dr. Poynter read as portion of the scriptures
and led in prayer. He then gave
some excellent parting advice as did Dr.
Evans. The choir Sang (,In the sw.'et bye
and bye &c.
Among those camping here this year
we note the toliowing: Dr. Evins, wife
and son, of Richmond, Ky., accompanied
by Mrs. Gardiner, of Irvine, and Miss E.
Belle Polk, of Perryville, Dr. W. T. Poynter
and wife, of Shelbyville, Rev. W. T.
Benton and family, Mt. Carmel, D. B.
Cooper, daughter and son, Milleraburg,
Misses Lizze and Clara Murphy, Shelbyville,
Misses E. Jones and Lizzie Hamilton,
Millersburg, Ky. .
Mrs. J. G. Allen, Misses Delia
and Frankie Alien, M Ky.
Misses Efiie, Nora, Alice and Delia
Wadell, and Miss Katie Pu'rnell, Millersburg,
Gray Smith and family, Paris, Ky.
W. Y. Crigler and family, Carlisle, Ky.
Mr. Dow Givens and wife,
' George R. Martin and wife, Carlisle.
Mrs. At R. Glascock and family, Maysville,
M. H. Current and familv, Millersbtr.j,
Mrs. Eliza Owens and Mrs. Mollie Bryan,
Millersburg, with the Misses Tucker,
There were very many others but space
forbids further meution. All of the cottages
were full. There seemed to be one
large, happy family so pleasant were the
relations existing." As evidence of the
pleasure and profit derived fiomastay
here we would mention the fact that all of
the cottages are already engaged for next
A very ueeful and excellent article now
being introduced in this city, is a furniture
polish manufactured and sold by Mr. J.
Bi8choff. It has been tried by very many
of our leading citizens, who are warm in
their recommendations of its excellence.
It can be used on piauos, furniture of all
kinds and fine vehicle?. It gives a very
superior and lasting gloss. The following
who have used it are referred to:
Bros.,' A. Finch, State National
;BankJt Ceufxal Hotel,. D. ,R. Bullock, W.
yt. Ball and E. Lambd.en. Fle'mingsburg,
Ky;', references:: Fleming-, .& JSqtts,; O. ,'N.
Weedoii. Judire'WiS. Bbtts. J: W Heflin,
biner?. "E, PearceV banker';
made an ineffectuallc3libron