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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
MOM DAY EVENING, AUG. 28, 1882.
9"Terms : Tho Evknino Bulletin is published
dally, and served tree of postage at 0
ceuts per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents
per three mouths ; S1.50 per six mouths, and S3
per year, payable In advance.
EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY.
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN
AN Y O'l HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE.
Iowa has a prohibition law, but it is inoperative
as no penalty is fixed for its violation.
Thomas C. Pettit is a candidate for the
congressional nomination in the second
The Joplin (Mo.,) Daily Herald says:
G. B. Carsons &Sons have sold their mining
interests at Webb city to Mr. T. G. Gllmore.
It is believed that Mr. Huntington is
about to extend the Kentucky Central to
Gallatin or Nashville, Tenn.
The electric light machinery is being
received at Lexington and will be ready
for use by the time the fair begins.
Covington Commonwealth : The revolt
in his own county against the rule of Boss
Hargis is a thing to rejoice over. It indicates
the smashing of the odious machine,
which has been run by him, and gives
promise of better nominations for important
offices in Kentucky.
Col. Geo. Baber has announced himself
as a candidate for Congress in the
Louisville district, and will make a vigorous
contest for the seat now occupied by
Col. Willis. He is a very fluent, able, and
persuasive speaker; is thoroughly acquainted
with the political issues before
the country, and, it is understood, will
make a strong defense of the River and
Harbor Bill against which Mr. Willis cast
his vote. We may look for a lively canvass.
The New York Herald's Washington
correspondent, looking over the still smoking
field, where congress has been camping,
"It Is a fashiou to sneer at the Democrats, and
no doubt they were often clumsy and without
tact when they controlled the House and managed
to get themselves into hot water with the
country on trivial matters, but horn the time
they took command in the House until they
lost it again there was no lobby here, and they
were as careful of the people's money as though
it had been their own. They cut too close sometimes,
as was not uuatural, for they succeeded
a Republican Hou:e, which had been openly
and shamefully extravagant, as this one has
also been, but they performed the disagreeable
task of economizing with the most honorable
fidelity to the people, whose money congress
Coup's circus is in the
sherif! at Detroit. The
hands of the
amount to $25,000.
The latest advices from Brownsville,
Texas, announce fifty-four new cases of
yellow fever and four'deaths.
A Gigantic Kite.
Brockport: The all-absorbing topic on
the street is Dr. Beebee's kite. A few
weeks ago the doctor told the boys of a
kite he made in Madison county." The
story was large, and those who heard it
doubted the doctor's veracity, but the
doctor, in order to keep his credit good,
told a couple of young lawyers that he
would make anotlier if they would furnish
the string, to which they agreed. The
kite was made and the string, which was
a coil of three-eighths rope, nearly 5,000
f set in length, was ordered from Rochester.
About five o'clock in the afternoon the
rope and kite were taken on South Avenue,
and to the astonishment of -the hundreds
the monster shot into the air like a balloon.
The frame was made of lumber two inches
wide by half an inch thick, and was covered
with raanilla paper. After the monster
had floated a mile high for5a;coilple.of
noursitne, problem .ot getyng.itido.wji, was
next in order, and was nQfeRCflpmplished
until Mr. Cary brought a pulley and team
and hauled it down.
ER0GKAM3IE OF THE KENTUCKY
To be Held at Maysville, August
10:30 a. m., President's Address, followed by
' phort speeches. -
2:30 i at., (1) Enrollment.
'i) tteportof the Boaru,
3) Report of Treasurer. . "
i) Report of Financial Agent.
5) ADDolntmeut of Committees.
a:uu p. m Auuiess by Dr. a. v. rearree.
8:30 a. m., (1) Enrollment,
(2) Report ot State Evaugellst.
(3) Short Speeches ou the report,
i i4) Address at 11 on Woman's Mis
sion Work, by B. B. Tj ler, representative
or Woman's Mission
Board of Ky.
2:30 i. m., (1) Reports of the District Evangelists.
Bros. Williams, Baker,
Graves, Perkins, Hurst, Pickens
(2) Short speeches on these reports.
8:"0 p. m Sermon by George Daisle.
8:30 a. u (i) Reports of Committees.
(2) Miscellaneous Business.
, (3) Sermon by
2:30 p. a. Miscellaneous Buslnass. Short Addresses
and Devotional Exercises.
8:00 p. M., Address on the Duty of the Church
toward the Liquor Traffic by President
C. L. Loos.
Notice. There is only one daily passenger
train from Lexington to Maysville. It
leaves Lexington at 5 p. m., and arrives at
Maysville at 8 p. m.
The boats from Cincinnati leave that
city daily for Maysville.
The following delegates to the Ken
tucky Christian Missionary Convention
which convenes in this city to-morrow,
have already reported by mail to the committee
on arrangements,. and have been
assigned'homes while here with our citi
zens whose names appear opposite :
O. A. Bartholomew, with Prof. C. J. Hall.
J. H. Baker, with H. C. Barkley.
Miss Annie Cowden, with W P Larew.
B. P. Clay and wife, with A J McDougle,
Miss Cook, with H. Lange.
Benjamin Cox, Willis Cox, with R A Toup.
W M Chandler and wife, with B P Williams.
P. H. Duncau, with D. A. Richardson.
Mioses Ida aud Sallle Daruaby with George
George Darsie, with R A Cochran.
J. A. Dearborn, with Dr. A. H. Wall.
J M Daniel and w ife, with J B Briuey. -J
C Frank, with W S Frank.
W. I. Fowle. with Lai. Ballenger.
C. T. Forscutt, with John Lovell.
. ai. ureen, witn k a uocuran.
I. B. Grubbs, with H..B. Taylor.
T. J. GIddens. with John Lovell.
Miss Grubbs, with George T, Wood.
Mr Graves, with H. C. Barkley.
Robert Graham, with Anderson Finch,
J. D. Houston, with H. Hubbard.
C. H. Hurst and wife, with Thomas Neal,
James Harding, sr., with H. B. Taylor.
F. M. Hurst and wife, with Charles Miner.
Mrs Smith Hanford, with A J McDougle.
Mrs Roger Hanson, with Dr A. H. Wall.
William Jones, with James Nolin.
G. S. Klmberly, with Ed Myall.
Z. M. Keuadv aud wife, with G. S. Judd.
Miss Emma Kayes, with Dr A. H. Wall.
M. C. Kurfees. with Allie Thompson.
J. H. Limerick, with H. Hubbard.
Misses Carrie and Minnie Loos, with M.O
W.J. Loos aud wife, with Jos. H. Dodson.
C. L. Loos. wlti J. B. Brlne3'.
Thomas Mumell, with H. C. Barkley.
J. B. McGinn, with W. S. Frank.
J. W. McGarvey, with Dr H. U. Morgan.
B. W. Mathers, with H. C. Barkley.
Miss M. McCracken, with Mrs James
H H J P Muhler. with G W Gelsel.
Mrs Milllgan. A R Milligan, with J E Blaine
W A Morrhon, with D A Richardson.
Edaar Markwell, with Allie Thompson.
J P Pinkerton, with A J McDougle.
J G Perkins and wile, with A B Crum.
Dr Poarre and wife, with John H Hull.
M MPope. with W W Lynch.
H K Pendleton, with Dr H (J Morgan.
D R Plckeuh, with H C Barkley.
W C Parker aud wife, with J D Kehoe.
ThomasP Reld.with Lai Ballenger.
James Randall and wife, with Mrs Filson,
J M Streater, with Ed Myall.
John Shockey and wife, with J F Perrie.
Mrs Lizzie F Smith, J W B Smith and wife,
with Mrs James Spalding.
J Staffoid, with G A McCarthy.
Miss Susie Sublett, with W P Larew.
W S Stairs, with James Nolln.
Miss Susie Sublett, with W P Larew.
Wm Sponeer, with W 8 Frank.
J S Sweeny.wlth J B Brlney.
B B Tylor and wife, with Dr J L Russell.
Mis Annie TIsdale, with G T Wood. ,"
W G nimble and wife, with J J Shackleford,
Henry Turner, witu Anderson Finch.
G W Terrel and wife, with A R Glascock,
Mrs Wm Van Pelt, with John W Watson.
R W Vanhook. with G W Gelsel.
J J West and wife, with Chas Cooper,
E O Wells, with W W Lynch.
Joseph West, with Prof O J Hall.
W L Williams, with H O Barkley.
J J Warren, with H Q Barkley.
Gay Waters, with G A McCarthy.
RD Wefcver aud wlfe.'With G T Wood.
Th delegates to the missionary meeting
of the Chjristiun church rare expected,
thejoenefitofiour, citizens .who exp.ect to
ente rttin themwe will fcay. thatfith6se
coming will be received at the church,
cook. Apply to
when they will partakelof a? lunch, before
going to the homes "assigned to them.
When other delegates report or arrive
we will publish their names, and also tho
homes assigned them.
rev; W. D. POWERS.
WA Rf TIED Boarders by the week or meal.
Single meal 25 cts., board per week 83.50.
aug23dlw Vine Street, bet. 2 and 8.
FOR SAIjE A large number of building lots
in Chester, all m irood location, at prices
ranging from 8100 to SloO a lot. Terms 325 cash,
balance in monthly payments as low as $10.
Apply to M. F. MARSH,
?OR SALE One new twohorse wagon and
? harness, also a good rockaway. Apply to
aug!8d&wlw OTHO ADAMS.
yOR SAIiE A flue Norman Stallion, a sure
JP foal getter, six yeavs old. Apply to
A. J. MCDOUGLE.
jMK SALE-A first class Organ, excellent
; touQ and in gooi order .Apply to
A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
? at one-third price. Also two carts at half
price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICEr
RENT Two rooms on the corner of
Third and Sutton streets Apply to
Between drug store and home, a gold
LOST pencil on Sunday. Finder will please
return to aug28d2t HARRY S. WOOD.
LOST! lit If yon
LOST! leave yonr orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. mar.31tf J. H. WEDDING.
Mrs. Geo. H. Wheeler,
MILLINERY and NOTIONS.
HAIR GOODS of all kinds constantly in
aug28d3m Market Street, near Front.
VERY useful aud excellent article now
being Introduced in this city, is a
manufactured and sold by MR.M.J.BISCHOF.
It has been tried by yery many of our leadiug
citizens,' who are-warm
of its excellence. It can "be. used on
pianos, furniture of all kinds and fine vehicles.
It gives a very superior and lasting gloss.
The following who have used it are referred to:
Hechinger Bros., A. Finch, State National
Bank, Ceptral Hotel, D. R. Bullock, W. W.
Ball and E. Lambden. Fleraingsburg. Ky.,
refferences: Fleming & Botts. O. N. Weedon,
Judge. W. S. Botts, J. W. Heflln, banker, H.
Cushmau, H. H. Stitt, L. F. Bright, Wt S. Fant.
Poplar Plains references: Ben Plummer, Dr.
Hart, Mrs. L. Logan, B. Samuels, Rev.
and Summers & Bro.
Tie Following are Agents fori. J.'BiscM
THOMPSON &MALTBY, Fern Leaf; HOWARD
& DINSMORE, Furniture Dealers, Carlisle,
Ky;; T. M. DORA, Germantown, Ky.i A.
K. M ARSHAL & SON. Marshall Station. K'.O.
Mason Circuit Coui;t.
BaldusFrey'sadm'ret.. als, .
Aijainst K -' rcqmty.
Carrie D, Frey et als.' Defendants.
By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of
the Mason Circuit Court, rendered at the July
term thereof, 1882, In the above cause, I shall
shall proceed to offer for sale, in Maysville, Ky.
to the highest bidder, at public auction, on
Saturday, the 9nd day of September,
1882. at 2 cV'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and
twelve months, the following described property
to wit: The two-story brick residence and
lot situated on Front Street, Maysville, Ky.,
between Sutton. An"d Market streets, and adjoining
on the west tho St..Charles restaurant,
and on the east a lot ot N. Cooper's. Binding
20V$ feet on Front street and extending back
136 feet to an alley. For the purohase price,
tho, purchaser, with sureties ;n,ust
execute bonds, bearing legal interest from day
ofSale according-to law. Bidders wlllibe prepared
to comply promptly with these terms,
Bonds payable to GARRETT S. WALL,
augl9tu Master Commissioner.
tdWiS CriuirtyVkrtffiJr Sale.
Situated one and one-half miles from Tolles-
bpro, o,u the
aootlt 5b acres
waters, of Cabin Creek, and con
in gpod timber. Thp farm la well watered and
is iu ayuuu ueiguuuiuuuu. iuu tauu 10
ble for. raising tobacco, corn, wheat, etc., and
vijl be' sold on reasonable terms to suit purchasers.
A'hy one wanting to purchase will
apply to W. N. KELLEY.
Kentucky Central R. R.
The Direst and Cheapest Route to
2 Trains Daily ('Except Sunday,! '2
MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI,"
' - ;-. V f
making sure connections with ail lines torthe
North, South, East and West
Holders of Through Tickets have their Baggage
checked through to destination,; '
Special Rates to Emigrants.
trip tickets to CINCINNATI always
on sale at greatly reduced rates. " v
An elegantFREE CHAIR CAR leaves Mays
vllleeveiy morning and returns the same day,
for the benefit of through passengers.
Time table lu effect May 14. 1J2.
14 16 15 13
STATIONS. Ex. AC. STATIONS. Ac. Ex.
A.M.IP. M A.il P. M
Lve.Maysvllle. 5 45 12 3. Lve Lex'tou 5 00
" Sum'itt 5c912 44Lve.Cov'ton 2 45
" Clark's.. 0 08 12 51 Lve.Paris 6 30 0 00
" Mars'll.. G U 12 50 PJu'c'u 6 3-5 0 08
" Helena. 6 23 1 07 Mil'b'g.. 7 01 6 38
" Johu'n.. B 34 1 15 " Carlisle 7 2-5 G 57
Eilz'lle 6 42 1 22 " Meyers. 7 40 7 13
" Ewlng... 6 47 1 20 " P.Val'y 7 49 7 21
Cowan.. 6 53 1 31 Cowan- 7 59 7 30
u P.Vnl'y. 7 03 1 40 " Ewlng.. 8 05 7 35
" Meyers.. 7 10 1 47 " Ellz'lfe. 8 10 7 40
" Carlisle. 7 25 2 0. ." Johu'n. 8 18 7 47
" Millers Helena. 8 28 7 55
" Mil'bu'g 7 49 2 2-5 " Mars'll.. 8 41 8 07
44 P.Ju'c'n 8 20 2 50 Clark's 8 46 8 11
Arr. Paris 8 25 3 00 Sum'itt 8 55 8 2rt
Arr.Lex'ton 9 20 7 00 AnvMaysville 9 108-35
Arr.Cov'ton 11 45 6 15 a.m. p. m
I a.m. p. m
Trains 1 and 2 on Main Lino run Dall v. others
Daily except Sunday.
atLexington with the C & ,0 RrR for Ashland,
Huntington and all points in the East and
Southeast with the O N O & T!P R
and the South, with the L & N R R for
For Tickets, rates on household goods, Folder's
description of the western country .through
time tables etc., call on or address,
W. C. SADDLER,
Agt., Maysville, Ky.
C 7 V G..T. A.'FIemingsburg.
Or any agent of the K C R R.
C. S. BROWN,
i. v. anu v. a.
J. D. ELLISON,
t General Manager. , , r
Covington, Fleniinggbnrg aud Pound Gap
Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R.
ueaye Flemingsbtxrg for Jolmson Station:
V i 6:45 a. in. Cincinnati Express.
9:13 a. ja .Maysville Accommodation
3:25 p, in. Lexington.
' 7:02 p. m. Maysville Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Flemlngsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K. C. R. R.:
6:23 a. m. 4:00 p. m.
9:43 a. m. V:37 p. m.
Union Agricultural Society,
Of Mason aud Bracken Couatitg,
will be held on the Association's beautiful
NEAR GERMANTOWN, KY.,
comuienclpg October. ll,:aiitt $oBtlnninK
four dayn. This is eminently au Agricultural
Fair, devoted to the steady improvement
of nil kinds of stock, as well as the encouragement
of fruit culture, horticulture and every
kind of domestic work. The Board of directors
will spare neither time, trouble or expense
to make the fair of 1882 the most uttraotivo
eyer held by the society.
Tf T i
are Cbargc for Entries, Stalin Free.'
Auaple Supply f Water,
FEED ' AT 'REA8(liiBLEJitoS.