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SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 19, 1882.
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Tub savage foe in ambush lurked
And pioneers laid low,
Among the wooded Licking hills
A century ago.
And now a host of people come
And mark the fatal spot,
To show the deeds of those who fell
To-day are not forgot.
There are fifty race courses in Kentucky.
The one at this place is considered
The Emmet Rifles and Haucke's Band
left for the Blue Licks this morning about
four o'clock. They went in wagons.
John Wheeler received on Friday seventy-five
bushels of damsons. The crop is
a good one. They are' bought at $1.60 a
An cesthetic lady of Flersingsburg, who
has a large quantity of sunflowers growing
in her garden, has painted the stalks of all
of them a bright red.
Messrs. Collins, Rudy & Co., were so
unlucky as to lose a valuable horse yesterday
afternoon. T?he animal hitched to a
wagon was standing near the mill, and
becoming frightened, ran away. Its left
hind leg was badly broken at the ankle.
At the Blue Licks celebration, to-day,
the Bulletin will be represented by Rev.
J. N. Current, of'Sardis', who will furnish
a full report of the proceedings for Monday's
paper. It-is hardly necessary to say
that it Will be accurate.readableand entertaining.
To-morrow the recently elected officers,
Messrs. A. T. Cox, J. James "Wood, H. E.
Pogue, sr., and Henry L. Newell, will be
ordained' and installed into the duties of
their respective offices as elders and deacons
in the Southern Presbyterian church.
The sermon will be preached by Rev. Joseph
R. "Wilson, of Wilmington, N. C.
Everybody is cordially invited.
Mt. Sterling Sentinel : Rev. E. O. Guer-rant
from Comb's Ferry, in Clark
county, on the Kentucky river, where he
held a meeting, preaching in a barroom,
and had eighty-four additions to the
church. He organized a congregation
with eighty members, and they will immediately
build a meeting house. One of
the first to join was the bar keeper.
The Bracken Association of United Baptists
will meet at Augusta, Bracken county,
Ky., August 24th. "The following committees
wore appointed to report during
the session : l
Foreign Mission. S. T. Powers, G. A.
and lit D Jackson.
Home MlsstoM. Jf K.,Nunnelly J. B. Peters
and WJ KJHantpton. vj 4 ..
J T 'Pdrker - -
Orphans Home. W, B. Smith, J. N. Barbeq
and . . rtrrft wr. .
Ministerial education anu support, ana
Buggies Camp. Meeting
CmmmmmI nSA'nmiHAh fciM E3aw LI O
ftorthcotf Arrival of Distinguished
Notable Improvements made to the
From our Special Correspondent.
I arrived on the ground Thursday, August
17th, at 4 p. m., and though I have
been familiar .with ev.ery thing about the
camp, Iwas-much impressed with the increasing
beauty of the place and the improved
facilities for comfort and convenience
in forwarding the objects which the
institution is intended to advance. Briar
tOWu.wibU mm j nu huk uh jnwiaeti
rci for 'overhand ever. -
Services will toe hld rb the Presbyterian
Temperance Day at Rugglcs' Camp
Thursday,-August 24th, there will bean
all day temperance . meeting. It will begin
8 ato'clqck, with a prayer and conversation
meeting on that subject. The best
speaking talent on the ground .will be employed
in public address on temperance
and prohibition at 10 a. m., and at 3 p.
m., mixed with songs and prayers. It will
be a good day.
"Daniel Bradley, colored, of Mt. Olivet,
Ky., was brought before United States
Commissioner, G. W. Adair, Thursday, by
deputy U. S. Marshal S. W. Parker, under
a warrant charging him with violating
the internal revenue laws. It seems
that Bradley has been acting as a retail
liquor dealer without having obtained the
patches are giving place to young forest special" license 'required by the govern-trees.
The ground once bare of every- ment 0n account of the absence of one
thing but dead leaves is nicely carpeted t ., ., ., . . .
o witnesses, the case was continued
with grass. Vacancies in the apacea al-
lotted for tents, are now being filled up ' till the 22nd: of this month. - .
with neat and comfortable cottages. In-1
stead of the old fire boxes for burning
cannel coal for illuminating the grounds, Services will be held at the M. E. church,
bCXiHrantstotuls xf.M! !, to77 ; and, renins;
b' the Pastor Rev. M. D. Reynolds.
The water is good, one well being delight-'
ful sulphur, and there is an abundance of : At 11 o'clock to-morrow Rev. J. K. Pace
MttnW !',r at the
melons are abundant and reasonably Baptist church. .
cheap. The directors have built seven
new tents and bought others. All are-taken
but one, and that will be taken soon.
First service was held at 8 this evening.
A good congregation present who listened
tmfli vArt inwnnnnnn 4 f f n A ItenAiiKon f. r I
Points About PcopleHcre and Elsewhere.
Mr. and Mrs. James H.'Hall,. jr.,and
Mr. John H. Hall and wife, left Thursday '
for the Blue Licks.
Mrs. Hamilton Gray, jr., 'left for 'Baltimore
on' Thursday. . '
Mrs. J, T. Strode and children have re-turned
from a visit to Clark county.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Blaine left this
week for the White Sulphur F, rings and
Old Point Comfort. They will return
some time next week.
Resolutions of Respect.
At a recent meeting of St. Patrick's Benevolent
Society, the following resolutions
were presented and adopted :
W'Hkkkas, In the Providence of an all wipe
Creator, one of our, members has been removed
from our midst by the hand of deatb,
Jjtesolvedi the death of Timothy
have lost an exemplary brother, and
one "possessing 1ft a rom'arkaulo ddgrdo all
those qualities which makes the good citizen,
husband, parent, and above all an humble and
'i Xe&lie&i That we fclncqrely sympathize with
his! family in thelr.sad bereavement!, and pray
that the hand of .HItn whd.ha&Vamovedone bo
dear from our midst may sustain them in this.
Rev. T. Hanford will preach at the Third
Street M. E. church, to-morrow morning
There will be no services at the Church
SSEfira BtoEStt We have on the the Nativity to-morrow, the pastor be-ground
ministers J. D. Walsh," President , ng absent from the city.
of the meeting J D. Woods, Tollesboro , Rev. j. B. Briney will preach'at. the
S& 'Christian church to-morrow at .the usual
E. L. Sanders, Maysville . G. Pollard,
Shinklo Chapel;- Covington? and H. C.
Services now will be held each day.
Experience meeting 8V a. m. Preaching
101 a. m., 3 p. m and, 8 p. m. Rer. Bid-well'
S. Lane of Covington Union", will be
here either to-morrow or Saturday and
will preach on Sabbath at 1QJ a, m. Rev.
Dr. Watson with several efficient-workers
of his congregation, Grace church, Newport,
and Rev. C. J. Howes of Main street,
Covington, will be here on. Monday evening
of next week. ' Arrangements are
being made for a. day for ..Temperance
work. The day and programme will be
published on Sabbath - from the pulpit.
Besides those, mentioned Dr.Daniel Stevenson
will be here next week and many
other ministers. There, wiil be a large
crowd by Saturday, still larger on Sabbath.
Great results are hoped for.
The eighth annual meeting of the Fleming
County Christian Sunday School Convention
will be held at Tilton on Saturday,
August 2G, 1S82. An ' interesting
! meeting is promised.
Rev. Joseph R. Wilson, D. D. of Wilmington,
N. C, is in the :city-, and will
preach for Mr. Kennedy in the Presbyterian
church on Third street, to-morrow at
11 a. m. , ; '
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Mr. Kllpatrlclc, of Jacksonville, who has been
tanning lor the flrmqf Martin & RIedle, was
the guest of Mr. L. RIedle this week.
Mr. Charles Ualbraith and wife, of Manchester,
O., are the guests of Uapt. Linton.
The moonlight fete was well attended, and
seemed to be enjoyed by the merry dancers.
Mr. T.Carr was in West Union tills week.
Miss Rita Piokeiing, of Cincinnati, is the
guest of Captain Ellis.
. Miss XiUtle -Jones.-is rusticating In
Miss Carrie and Louise RIedle are visiting
friends in Lewis.
The Ohio Valley Mills are in a flourishing
condition, running both day and night.
Mrs. A. Boswell is visiting relatives at Fifth
The addition to the house of Mrs. J. Cptton
Is almost completed, and , presents a very ieat,
Irs. Dq.pnls, who has. been visiting her fath.
er,;prHqWr.o thls,plac?,Jeffc .(or (ha-home,
i Mr. It. C7 Brookovcr from a bui
sIubm trip t)tb city. - - ". til
lng youn? ludles, was the guest of Miss Mary
Crone this week.
Mr. B. Mefford, of Defiance, has accepted a
position at the Ohio Valley Mills.
Miss Alice Grey. of tony Lonesome, was in
our midst this week.
Mr. Case Bradford and S. True, two of Aber
most genial and handsome vouug
.attended Bgittlagham ca ng.
Corrected dally by G. V. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 26
Maysvllle Family ti 25
Maysvllle City...-. ' 0 75
Mason. County .- ti 25
Kentucky Mills ; 0 00
Butter. lb ;. 2025
Lard, 1310 15
Eggs,$ loz 12)J
Meal$ peck Jin
Molasses, faucy 80
Coal Oil, gal , 20
Sugar, granulated V ft HK
' A.llb It
" yellow tb ; 910
XX ill ll, KU'Ul UUItill U UJ JU7;
Bacon, oreaKia.1 & il
Hominy. "$ sail on
Potatoes - peck- ,
T. B. Fulton.
FULTON & DAVIS,
OHIO VALLEY MILLS
Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff.
Flour for sale by all grocers in the city.
FULTON & BAVIS,
BALLENGER at Albert's China
Store ad'oiulug Pearce, Walllngfo d &
Co.Js Bank. apHGtnd
Porsn attending the camp meetlugat the
RUGGLE6 CAMP GROUNDS, wlil tiud at
NEAR THE GAMP GROUNDS.
everything la the eating Hue, such as
At lower prices than t'.iey can be furnished at
the camp grounds.
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