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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 29, 1882.
Tekms : The Evening Bulletin is published
daily, and served lree of postage at G
routs per week; 2o cents per month; 76ceuts
per three months ; 81.50 per six months, and S3
per year payable In advance.
-THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN
ANY OIHER PAPER PUBLISHED JN MAYS-VILLE.
The falling of Limestone Bridge yesterday
afternoon, from the washing away of
the foundation of the east abutment, after
the heavy rain which fell, was a serious
public disaster, and has occasioned great
present and prospective inconvenience to
the citizens of both ends of the city. Many
persons were in town from the country, as
well as from the fifth ward, with their
vehicles, who could not return to their
homes, and all commerce between town
and the country east of us, is, therefore,
temporarily cut off. At this season when
the crops of wheat and tobacco are being
delivered to the merchants, it is a serious
greivance for intercourse to be thus cut
off, even though it be for the very least
The city council met last night, and
will take immediate steps to provide temporary
means of getting into and out of
town. The breach upon the Fleming
turnpike, the frail condition of the passway
upon the railroad structure, and the
destruction of Limestone Bridge, make all
the usual accesses to the city upon the
eastern side unavailable, and call aloud
for the most active and speedy exercise of
power by the city council, to provide im
mediate means of relief.
Before a good, solid and substantial
bridge can be built to replace the one
which has fallen, some temporary mode
of getting into town and getting out of it,
must be provided. What that will be
must be determined by the city council.
It occurs to us, that at least for immediate
relief, the placing of a ferry boat on the
river to ply between the landing i.i the
fifth ward and the landing in the old
town, would be the surest and the best.
Loaded wagons could drive on in East
Maysville, and deliver their freight in
JMaysville with little inconvenience, while
foot passengers would be amply accommodated.
A new bridge must be built. We hope
this will not be undertaken without the
advice of some skilled engineer. No less
than thiee bridges, the crude design and
work of which were of the employes of
the council, who were without experience
or skill, and all of these have fallen because
of defective construction, location
and design. The new bridge should have
a different site, be built after the best
design and of the very best material it
should be built to last. The taxpayers of
Maysville would more cheerfully see ten
or twelve thousand dollars expended to
have a durable and permanent bridge
erected, than to have half that sum expended
upon a botched contrivance, like
that which has just fallen. Give us a
solid and durable bridge, let the cost be
what it may.
The New York Commercial Bulletin,
considered the most careful paper in the
country, thinks our wheat crop will foot
up at least 600,000,000 bushels, over a hundred
million more than was ever produced
in one year.
Ify is estimated that the wool clip of
Texas this' season will amount'to 23,000,-000
bounds whlchj at an averagetbf 22J
cdntsper' pounB,will bring SG';300,000.
The numosheein fte sateplaced
NEWS BREVITIES; ' ;
The Texas .flood proves to have been
George Gast's barn burned at Prospect,
O. Loss, $2,000; insurance, 800.
At Saratoga, Monarch, Stanhope, Pattt
and Rose took the Saturday races.
Senators Harrison and Voofhees will
open the campaigu'in Indiana this week.
A young lady named Vincent was run
over by cars and fatally injured at
The loss by the burning of J. W. Oarr
& Co 's flour mill at Hamilton, O., Saturday
night is $20,000.
Colonel Taylor has been found guilty of
conduct to the prejudice of good order and
Wm. McFee, who started home intoxicated
Saturday night, was killed at the
railroad near Coshocton, O.
The residence of Jeff Kirkland, at Pearson,
Ga., burned, and Bertha, a little
daughter, perished in the flames.
Three men went through an excursion
train near Toledo, O., and robbed several
of the passengers, using violence. The
Number of new cases of yellow fever at
Brownsville, Texas, during last week, 343:
deaths, 17. Total number of cases to date,
631; deaths, 40.
The Union Veteran club of Chicago, at
Englewood, gave a reception to Mrs. John
Brown. Many prominent business men
of Chicago were present.
At Wells, Minn., the vinegar factory,
corn cribs and the stock yards of C. W.
Thompson, with 600 barrels of vinegar
Durnect. loss, :?3o,U0U, with no insurance.
At New Paris. Ohio, Dr. Haynie's residence
was set, on fire by incendiaries
about 3 o'clock' Friday morning, but was
saved by prompt work of citizens, with
comparatively small damage.
At Greencastle, Ind., Saturday afternoon,
Thomas Eades aud James Ryan,
foundry men, quarreled over five cents at
a shooting match. Ryan struck Eades in
the mouth with his fist, killing him instantly.
At Sancelito, Cal., Charles Oram, an
Englishman, was beaten to death in a
prizefight by George Emerson, a Bosto
nian. It was a very brutal affair, and
kept secret from the public. Seven rounds
were fought. Stakes, $250.
A prize fight between Billy Lynch and
Edward Whelan came off at East St. Louis.
Ten rounds were fought, lasting one
hour and thirty-five minutes. Whelan
was badly punished, and unable to respond
when time was called.
General Wolseley, with the First Divis"
ion, all the English cavalry and sixteen
guns, attacked the Egyptians at Mahatta,
Jbriday, and routed them. He captured
five Krupp suns, seven railway
carriages lurlen with provisions, and a
large quantify of ammunition and rifles.
The losses were, the Household Cavalry,
one private killed and five wounded, and
ten horses killed; the Horse Artillery,
two privates and five horses killed ; the
York and Lancaster Regiment, one private
killed and five wounded; the Marine
Artillery, one private killed, and the
Mounted Infantry, two officers wounded.
Scott Fletcher has returned home from u
pleasaut viblt to his mother In Indiana.
Prof H C Bradley Is teaching the school nt
George Hardymari Is running a dally stage
from this place to the Ruggles Cnmp Ground.
John Otto has the charnolon piece of tobacco
ot this neighborhood.
Miss Lizzie Wythoff. of Adams, county, Ohio,
Is teaching school at (Jump Sprlug. ,
There seemed to bo no luterest taken hi the
nomination of a candidate for Congress.
Elder Reld, of the Kentucky University,
preached at Bethany the 27th ult.
Boone Martin, the drowned child, of which
we informed you last week, was buried at
L T GotV.yrlll teach the ensuing public school
at ConeS', Lewis county, Ky.
We have been informed that there will not
be any school taught iu the Harrison district.
Brown's Academy, of Grenville, with his attempt
to establish a mixed school, is 'a thing oi
Miss Laura McDonald; is convalescing.
Miss Mary Reuchln.of Lewtt county, sud
John Garretf, of Mason county, ware unljed In
me uifiy uvusisuL uimnmuuy at cue jamous
Grotna'Greeu, a few days ago, as waaalso Miss
0a3s McUowau to H.Arthurs, thai formomoi
MuHon;and the latter of Lewis county. .,
PROGRAMME "oii THE : KENTUCKY
MISSIONARY, CONTENTION, r.
Held at ' Maysville,
10:33 a. M.r President's Address, followed by
- - phort speeches. - --
52:30 i m (1) Enrollment.
(2) Report of the Board, ,
(3) Report of Treasurer.
(4) Report of Financial Agent.
(5) Appointment of Committees.
8:00 P. m., Address by Dr. S. TJ. Pearree.' " v
.. - ,- WEDNESDAY.
8:30 A. c (1) Enrollment.
2 Heportoi state 4Syangellst. ,
.1) Shortypeecheson the report,
M) Address at 11 on Woman's Mis
sion Work, by B. B. Tyler, representative
of Woman's Mission
. , - Board ol Ky.
2:30 v. m., (1) Reports of the District Evangelists
. Bros. Williams, Baker,
Graves, Perkins, Hurat, Plckons
(2) Short speeches reports.'
8:C0 i m Sermon by George Darsle.
8:30 a. m., (M Reports of Committees. .
(3) Seimon by
2:30 p. m. Miscellaneous Business. Shoit Addresses
and Devotional Exeicises.
8:00 p. 3iM Address by 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 Kentucky
Christian Missionary Convention
which convenes in -this -city to-morrow,
have already-reported by .mail to thd com
mittee on arrangements, and have been
assigned homes while here with our citizens
whose names appear opposite :
0. A. Bartholomew, with Prof. C. J. Hall.
J. H. Baker, with H. O. Barkley.,
Miss Annie Cowden, with W P Larew.
B. F. Clay and wife, with A J McDougle.
MlstfCook, with H. Lange.
Benjamin Cox, Willis Cox, with R A Toup.
W M Chandler and wife, with B
P. H. Duncan, with D. A." Richardson.
Misses Ida- and Sallie George
George Darsle. with R A Coohran.
J. A. Dearborn, with Dr. A. H. Wall.
J M Daniel and wife, with J B Brlney.
J C Frank, with W S Frank.
W. I.FowIe, with Lai. Balleuger ; "'
C. T. Forscutt, with John Lovell.
F. M. Green, with R A Cochran.
1. B. Grubbs, with H. B. Taylor.
T. J. GIddeus. with John Lovell.
Miss Grubb3, 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.
F. M. HUrst and wife, with Charles Mirier.
Mrs Smith Hanford, with A J McDougle.
Mrs Roger Hanson, with Dr A. H. Wall.
William Jones, with James Nolln.
G. S. Kimberly, wlth.Ed Myall. .
Z. M. Keuady and wife, with G. S. Judd.
Miss Emma Kajes, with'Dr A,,H, Wall.
M. C. Kurfees, with Allle Thompson.
- J. H. Limerick, with H.- Hubbard.
Misses .Carrie and Minnie Loos, with M.U.
W.J, Loos aud wife, with Jos. H. Dodson.
C. L. Loos, with J. B. Briney. '
Thomas Munnell, with H. U. 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
S'HJF Muhler, with G W Gelsel.v :
MrsMllligan. AR'MUllgan. with J E Blaine
W A Morrison, with D A Richardson. " "
Edgar Markwell, with Allie Thompson.
.i r nnKeriou, wiin a j Aicuougie.
J G Perkins and wile, with A B Crum.
Dr Poarre and wife, with John H Hall.
M M Pope, with W W Lynch.
H K Pendleton, with Dr H O Morgan.
D R PloKens, with H C Barkley.
W C Parker and wife, with J D Kehoe,
Thomas P Reld.'with Lai Ballenger.Tj
James Randall and wife, with'Mrs Filson.
J M Streater, with Ed Myall.
John Shockey and wife, with J F Perrle.
Mrs Lizzie F Smith, J W B Smith and wife,
with Mrs James Spaldlug. f
J Stafford, with G A McCarthy. J
Miss Susie Sublott, with W P Larew.
W S Stairs, with James Nolln.
Miss Susie Sublett, with W P Larew.
Wm Spencer, with W S Frank.
J S Sweeny.with J D Brlney.
B B Tyler aud wife, with Dr J L Russell.
Miss Annie Tis'dale, with GT -Wood Lk J
W G Tiimble aud wife, with JJ Shaikleford,
Henry Turner, with Anderson Finch.
G W Terrel and wife, with A R Glascock.
Mrs Wm Van Pelt, with John WWatsou.
R W Vanhook, with G W Gelsel. . .
J J West and wife, with Chas Cooper.
E O WellsVwltlf W W Lyijoli: XJlk
Joseph West, With Prof O J Hall.
W L Williams, with H O Barkley.
J J Warrep,rwlth H o Barkley.
Gay, Waters with !G AcCrthvi "IT
D 'Weaver aud "wife,
The delegates to the missionary meet-to
rthe benQfit of our citizens who expectto
j. V. Vi. ' Sit .i i ,tJf '
entertain mum .we win say mat cnosq
cdnjirig wiir be received at
when they, will partake of a lunch, before
going to assigned to' them.
When oth'er delegates report or arriye
we will publish their names, arid also the
homes assigned them.
WANTED Boarders by the week or meal,
Single meal 25 cts., board per week 83.50
aug23dl w Vine Street, bet. 2 and 3.
FOR SAIjE A largo number of building lots
In Chester, all iu utood location, at prices
ranging from 8100 to 150 a lot. Terms 825 cash,
balance in monthly payments as low as 810.
Apply to M. F. MARSH,
FOR SALE One new two-horse wagon and
harness, also a good rockaway. Apply to
uJl&fe ,.-, OTHO ADAMS.
I70R SALE A fine Norman Stallion, a sure
X? foal getter, old. Apply to -
OR SALE A first class Organ, excellent
loueanu in goou oraer . Apply to
FOR SALE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
at one-third price. Also two carts at half
price. Apply at jy20dtf THIS OFFICE.
RENT Two rooms on the corner of
Third and Sutton streets Anply to
G. W. ADAIR.
LOST! LOST! A good fit if you
LOST! leave your orders with the Fifth
Ward Tailor. raar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
Mrs. Geo. H. Wheeler,
MILHNEKY and NOTIONS
HAIR GOODS of all kinds constantly in
aug28d3ra , Market Street, nearJFrout.
' ' , " . -v ".- 1
Mason Circuit Court.
BaldusJrey's adra'r et.,als,. ,., .Plaintiffs
S3 'Against Equjty. . V
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, 18S2, 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 Slid day of September,
1882. at 2 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and
twelve months, the following described property
to wit: The two-story brick residence aud
lot situated on Front Street, Maysville, Ky.,
between Sutton and Market1, streets, and 'adjoining
on the west the St. Charles restaurant,
aud on the east a lot ot N. Cooper's. Binding
26l feet on Front street and extending back
136 feet to an alley. For the purchase price,
the purchaser, with approved sureties must
executejjpnds, bearing legal interest from day
ofjSareToccordlng to law. Bidders will
toVomply promptly with these terms.
payable to GARRETT 8.W ALL,
nuglStd Master Commissioner.
ANNUAL EXHIBIT! .IN
Union Agricultural Society,
Of Mason aud Itraelccn Counties,
will be. held, ou the Association's beautiful
' NEAR GEft.MANTOWN, KY.;
commenclngOctober 11, and coHtlnnlutc
four days. This Is emineutly an Agricultural
Fair, devoted to the steady improvement
of all kinds of stock, as well as the encouragement
of fruit, qui tur.e, horticulture and.eyery
kliid of domestic work. Tbe'Board of directors
will spare neither time, trouble or expense
to make the fair of 18S2 the rao.H attractive
ever held by the society.
General Price of Admission 30 cts.
No liarcclforVi:Htrtes7 Stalls Free,
Ample Supply of Water,"
FEED Af REASONABLE PRICES.
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J6ifn RW1 home, smiilea.'wbr&i
Portland, Maine. - 5"V . 7. n,arfyY