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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
monday evening, aug. 28, 188it
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The Christlau churchmen coming in,
By rail and river route,
Will find at every Maysville home,
Larew and Myall, brethren true,
Will stir about awhile
To see that all our honored guests
Are kept in royal style.
A cigar makers' strike, at Portsmouth,
The delegates to the state meeting of the
Christian Church, to be held in this city
on Tuesday, will arrive by the train this
evening. The names of those who have
notified the committee that they will be
present, and the homes assigned them are
printed elsewhere. Many others are ex
J. P. Harbeson the choicq,of the Masou
County Democracy for Congress.
Maysville, Ky., Aug. 26, 1882.
County convention called to order by
,Tno. AV. Alexander, Secretary County Executive
Committee. On motion A. P.
Gooding elected chairman, J. D. Kehoe,
secretary G. "W, Blatterman, Jr., W. P.
Dickey assistant secretary. List precincts
called and a. 11 present except Minerva and
List of delegates from other precincts
adopted without reading, there being no
On motion of Dr. Shackleford, the chair
appointed a- committee of seven to select
delegates to attend the district convention
at Grayson. The chair appointed P
Dawson. L. Ed. Pearce, John E. Lash-brook,
J. P. Marshall, W. R. Prather, A.
K. Marshall, Dr. Shackleford. The committee
reported the following list of delegates
Di' J A Keod,
A K Marshall,
Dr J T Fleming,
W L Holton,
G W Sulser,
L S Luttrell,
G W Blatterman, Jr,
J L Whitaker,
Wm R Gill,
W P Dickey,
L E Pearce,
O B Pearce, Jr,
A O Respess.
Report received and adopted :
L. S. Luttrell moved delegates be instructed
to vote for James P. Harbeson,
and use all honorable means to secure his
election, and that the delegates be instructed
to vote as a unit upon all questions.
Mr. Cooper moved that the delegation
be instructed to'vofo for Col. Hurt aa second
choice. Hotion lost. Sixteen ayes,1
tteJiMMwNr .4. mi ii
trict. i dAdjourmod,; ,4: . r 'BV1 vy:
J. I. Kehoe, Secretary. ;
Saturday's Proceedings in Full Interesting
Church Statistics A Twenty-Two
Hundred sirnl Seventy-Seven
Report of the Louisville Baptist
Orphan's Home Next Meeting
to be Held at Mill-
From our Special Correspondent.
Last night 'after the, sermon by Rev. W.
H. Felix, of Covington, consideration of
the report on education and ministerial
aid was resumed and after a strong appeal
by Rev. R. B. Garrett, of Carlisle, and a
humorous but very effective speech by
Kev. Uleon iveyes, ot Lewisourg, $iui.7U j
was in a few minutes raised to aid two '
young men who have the ministry in view )
to orosecute their studies at Georsetown
College. rThis mornirlg after the opening
prayer by Rev. Mr. Valentine, of the Presbyterian
church and the adoption of a
number of resolutions, the subject of Sunday
schools -was taken up. 'Revs. C. G.
Skillman, of Georgetown, and "W. H. Felix,
of Covington, delivered well-prepared and
instructive addresses on the subject, 'then
followed arunning talk on the Bracken
Sunday school convention, and much merriment
was excited by the efforts of various
brethren u remove " motes out of the
eyes of brethren."
This convention has been languishing,
but the indications are that a new interest
is awakened and that next spring there
will be held one of the very best since its
organization. Other subjects of importance
laid over till after dinner.
Saturday afternoon a resolution heartily
approving the action of the
regarding support of superannuated
ministers, elicited a member of speeches,
arid was .unanimously adopted; v!
The question of publishing a paper in
the the association work-was
considered and apian was adopted which
will .result, it is believed, inthe permanent
establishing of such a -paper.
A resolution of thanks to the people of
Augusta for their hospitality was enthusiastically
adopted bv a standing vote, Rev.
R. B. Garrett of Carlisle, with Rev. J. N.
Barbeeof Mt. Olivet alternate was appointed
to preach the introductory sermon at
the next session and Rev. T.E. Tiller of
Brooksville, with Rev. J. S. Felix alternate
the missionary sermon. Communications
from Mr. S. S. Miner of Maysville, and
Rev. B. T. Blewitt of Missouri, regretting
their inability to attend were read and responded
to in a feeling manner by Rev. M.
M. Riley of Mayslick.
After singing and prayer by Rey. AY. H.
Felix of Covington, the ' association -adjourned
to meet with the church at
Ky., on Thursday befor'o thefourth
Sunday in August 1883, closing with the
doxology and benediction by Rev. J. S.
Felix of Augusta. Rev. J. M. Bent of Augusta,
preached at night the missionary
sermon. Text, Psalm, 2:8.
Many of the the ministers will remain
and fill the pulpits of the various denominations
The letters show a very decided increase
in growth, 232 baptisms against 56 last
year and a general awakening of interest in
all departments of christian work. There
were present from 20 churches50 accredited
delegates besides :" large;; number of
visitors from' the various churches.
We note in addition'td those before mentioned
trom Maysville, Misses Maria
Sallie Bolinger and Mary Mcllvain
and Messrs. H. P Mcllvain and Willie
The' meeting has been an exceedingly
interesting one from the beginning and ft
is. lipped that many plans were, .devised
whioh will provereffective'forthe advancement
of the cause of Christ. Below I give
some statistics: of tie)rphans' jHome as
given bythe matron. v "
She has taken the hint from the Maysville
church which last vear presented the
'Home with a auilt and is fienurin(?tlarcft
amounts for the pfryelege oM infecting
('squares' in a-memorial quilt
served at the "Homo," 'Pi
made, have been taken for the nice sum
of $2,277 00. Bracken Association paying
$200 for one. tt
tfiOuisviLLKBAPTiar Okphan&'Hohk Aug.l?S2,
,:Ane,.urputtnsittom9,na8 in a quiet wayac
CQranllshed a valuable work for humanity and-
..God in training and la putting into christian
homes hundreds of neglected orphan children
found iu'different parts of our commonwealth.
This institution has no endowment and is
entirely dependent upon the Baptist denomination
of Kentucky for support. Can we
affoid to neglect it? The following facts may
be of interest:
Bracken Association has at present five
children in the Home, four Edwards children
of Fleming and Sallie Jones of Mt. Sterling
Boone Creek Association , 2 children
Clear Folk Association 3 "
Concord Association 1 child
Elkhorn Association 3 children
Davis Co. Association 3
Long Ran and Jefferson county
Salem Association 3 "
Shelby Co. Association 0 '
Sulphur Fork Association 3 "
Nelson Co. Association 1 child
North Bend Association 1 "
Rock Castle Association 1 "
Russells Creek Association 2 children
South District Association 3 "
Tates Creek 4 "
Fifty children are at present in the Home,
about the average at one time. 356 children
have been received during the thirteen years
existence of the Home. Since our last association
14 children have been admitted and 55
children have been placed in good homes.
Only 11 children from the city of Louisville
and county of Jefferson. 39 children are from
the various associations mentioned above.
Between Ave and six thousand dollars
including the MOr.phnns Friend" subscription
has beeri raised and not one dollar paid for the
Prof. W. W. Fountain has given two scholarship
In Holy Yoke Academy, for which the
Home Is profoundly grateful. House work In
all departments is dally practiced and careful
Instructions given In the bible, and indeed all
that tends to produce religious and moral
Points About People Here ami "Elsewhere.
Mr. Henry G. Smoot is a little better
Mrs. W. R. Warder and son are visiting
Mrs. M. W. Coulter.
Mrs. John Duke and family left on
Thursday for Washington City.
Major Thos. J. Chenoweth is ' at home
after a pleasant visit to friends' at
Mr. Thos. Wood who has-been very
much indisposed for several days at his
father's house much better.
Miss Katie Conway returned home Friday
after a pleasant visit to friends at
White Sulphurand Frankfort, Ky.
Mr. G6orge W. Tudor arrived at home
Saturday evening from his European trip.
He seems to have been much benefited in
health by his visit abroad.
Sept. wheat 3 5 A
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laru..... .............. .....v. .,... j
" corn 734
Corrected daily by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone ,3 7 25
Maysville Family 0 25
Maysville City C 75
Mason County ti 25
Kentucky Mills 6 0U
Butter, lb 2i'25
Eggs, $) doz - lo
Meal 11 peck 3U
Molasses, fancy b0
Coal Oil, gal 0
Sugar, granulated "5) lb , Ilk
4 A.'Htb ; , II
" yellow $ lb 010
Hams, sugar cured $ tt Hi
Bacon, breakfast IB lb Ui
Homluy, $ ealJon 2u
Beans ft gallon oq
Potatoes '$ peck ... 20
For Ripley, Dover, lligsrinsport,
Clillo, Foster, Moscow, New
Itichmoml and Cincinnati.
MOUMXO JIAIL E.S. Morqan, Master
WATfSHED and KOBV MCCALL, UerKS.
Leaving Maysville at 11:30
a. m. Arnviug at uinciunnti
at 5 p, m.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth. Big- Sandy dc
Poraeroy Packet Company.
John Kyle, Pres. H. E. Greene, Sec.
L. Glenn, Treas. W. P. Walker, Jr., Agent.
C. and O. R. R. Packet for Huntwoton.
FLEETWOOD-Dally, 4 P.
For Poraeroy aud All Way Landings.
OHIO .....Mondays, Thursdays, 5 P. M.
TELEGRAPH Tuesdays Ft idays, 5 P. M.
-Portsmouth, all Mall and Way Landings.
BONANZA. Tues'ys, Tb.urs'ys, Satur'ys, U M.
Maysville, All Mail and way Landings.
MORNING MAIL Dally. Leave Cluclnuati
7 A. M.Maysvllle. 8 P M.
Freight recelvedx)a wharf-boat,
foot of Broadway. C-
11. HOLLOWAY, Supertax
Stuart's Female College
Will open its 4ith Anuual Session Sept. 4tl
with a full corps of able and experienced teachers.
Exceptionally good advantages a re oxFered
In this School for the training of girls in all
branches plain and ornanieutal. Course of
study thorough: location healthy. Terms moderate
For Cntalouge address
W. II. STUART. PRINCIPAL,
aulOlmw Shelby vllle, Ky.
Mason Circuit 'Court.
Louisa M. Gtlmore, admln'x, &c, Plaintiffs,
Against ) Equity.
Louisa Gllmore et als. Defendants,
Bv virtue of a iudameut and order of sale of
i the Mason Circuit Court, rendered at the July
term tnereoi, 133. in tue aDove cause, 1 snan
proceed to offer for sale, at the court house
door, in Maysville, Ky., to the highest bidder
at public auction, on
Monday, September 11, 1882,
at 1)4 o'clock p. m , upon a credit of six and
twelve mouths, the lollowlng described property,
to wit: a double frame house and the lot
upon which it stands, situated on Fourth
street, in the Fifth ward ol Maysvlllle Ky.,
and exteudlug buck to a private alley, and
adjoining the lots of .Andtew Hunter audson,
and Samuel Daugherty, or sufficient thereof to
produce the sum of money to be made, to-wit :
02200. For the purchase price, the purchaser,
with approved surety or sureties must execute
bonds, bearing legal Interest from day of Sale
according to law. Bidders will be prepared to
comply promptly w'th these terms. Bonds
payable to GARRETT S. WALL,
T GHTN1NG RODS. The most approved and
safest rods in use at lowest prices. See
samples and learn prices at Myall. & Riley's
IJIillerslmrjr, Bourbon County, Ky.
its seventeenth annual sessloti Wednesday.
BEGINS 13. 18M2. Courses
of study thorough aud varied, including ull
that is neccessary to a classical suientldc or
business education. Discipline founded on
principle, no espionage etc.
Expense" a Low a a y.
Send for a Catalogue onainIng full particulars
to II. V. B.T ", lrtxUetit.
EMPLOYENT or two good hand, with cart
and hor."e cau be found on Helena Turnpike
road. Apply to the PRESIDENT.
XjAzte & wouxch:,
Contractors and Builders.
promotly aud cheerlully furnished
ESTIMATES all work In our line. Shop on
Third street near Wall, Maysville, Ky. f2(Jm
$10 to $20,000
In legitimate judicious speculation la Grain
Provisions aud Stocks on our perfected plan,
yields sure monthly profits r.o large and small
investors. Address, tor full particulars, R. E.
Kendall tt Co., Coni'n Merchants, 177 and 171)
La Salle St., Chlcogo, 111.
Vnncebnrtf, Rome, Concord, Manches-ter
and Maysville Daily Packet,
HANDY Bruoe Redden, Capt.
Leves vauceuurg daily at
5 o'clock a. m. for Maysville.
Leaves Maysville at 1:30 p. m
Goes to Ripley Mondays. Wednesdays aud
Friday. Connects at Manchester with stage
for West Un'lon. For freight or passage apply
rpHlS Institution will ,be re-opened on Mon-X
dav, September 4th. Teachers will be employed
in the various departments as the interests
of the school require; no extra charge
will be made lor instruction In the German,
French and Latin languages. " '
TERMS PER SESSION OFT WENT Y WEEKS.
Primary Department 7. i......... $12 W)
Second Primary Department 15 00
Junior Department., ..'. , 20 00
Middle' anctSenlor,..;..,,.. '..- . 25 00
Instrumental. .Music (uy.o Jesons per- w
Instrument fdr practice (one hdUr per.
day tf ...,........ ...:.,. 5 00
BoardlHgUucluding'fudl and lights. JO 00
It Is desirable that payments should bo. made
in advance attho beginning of each session.
. . .KR, PARKS, JBrlnoipfil.
v S. E. cor, 4th afitl IimetHdnB sts.