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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
ERIDAY EVE., SEPTE.MUEES, 1SSL.
: Tlie Evening Bulletin Is published
dully, mid served lree of postase at 0
routs per week; 25 cents per. mouth; 75ceuts
per three mouths ; Sl.cO per six mouths, aud S3
per year, payable in n d v an ce.
flSTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY,
CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN
ANY O'iHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN' M AYS-VILLE.
M. E. CHUKCHI, SOUTH
1
Exercises and Regular Business of the
Annual Conference.
Interesting Personal Note?.
From our Special Correspondent.
THURSDAY.
The morning prayer meeting was led by
Prof. Reed. After a short season of prayer
the meeting was changed into a social one.
These ministers seem to be consecrated to
the great work to which they have devoted
their lives.
After these exercises the regular business
of the conference was resumed. The
subjects of the church extension and education
received due attention. The church
which this body represents is now actively
moving in all that pertains to the welfare of
man.
Dr. T. B. jMeFerrin addressed the conference
on the interests of the publishing
house. This great enterprise is succeeding
admirably under its present management.
Dr. D. 0. Kelly spoke on the subject of
missions.
There are two candidates for deacon's
orders, Bishop H. PI. Kavanaugh propounded
the disciplinary questions and
spoke impressively as to the meaning of
the obligations assume in this relation.
NOTES.
The Nashville Christian Advocate the
official organ of the M. E. Church, South,
i represented.
Rev. Zephaniah Meek, editor of the Central
Methodist is present.
The Advocate of Missions, an excellent
paper of its kind ought to have a general
circulation as the missionary work lags
from want of active summit, ftiwir im
press has been made in this direction but
much yet remains .to be done.
Dr. G. S. Savage, agent of the American
Bible Society, is here.
The report of this great institution will
well repay a caretul present. The demand
for the holy scripture constantly increases,
and as light from this source beams upon
any people so does moral darkness disappear.
Messrs. Hanson Kennedv and Sam K.
Veuch, committee on reception ha.ve won
universal praise for the courteous manner
in which they attended to the wants of
all. They only need 40 or 50 mere preachers
to meet the demand for guests.
The Bishop is holding regular sessions
with his cabinet. Of course the preachers
are passing under review. Manv will
soon hear something drop, and of whom
we may be which.
The presiding elder of the Mavsville
district is at his post and is faithfully dis"
charging his duties. The people raav rest
assured that he will seek to do the" best
that is possible to be done in their behalf.
Your correspondent and Rev. G. C.
Kelly are elegantly entertained at the
home of W. 0. Sanders. We have ever
been fortunate in this respect at Methodist
conferences, but never more so than at
present.
To our friends who anticipate a visit to
Carlisle, we would say that at the Learner
House, a temperance hotel, they will receive
all the courtesy and hotel attention
that even the most fastidious could desire.
' " i"
Forty-six new cases of fever and two
deaths are reported at Brownsville, Texas.
.
The Republican party, in nearly every
State where the party exists and is in control,
has a war with itself, on hand. This
war can in every instance be traced, to
bossism or "machine" politics.
A lady writing from England complains
that the restaurant waiters there always
wait on the gentlemen first. Perhaps the
waiters have learned.from experience that
a man generally knows what he wants as
booths 'he sits down. PhilNews. 1 .
NEWS BREVITIES.
President Arthur has left Newport.
Blair Attiol, the English race hor$e, is
dead.
j Isaac Deal, a pioneer of Knox county, t
1 died on Wednesday.
The Philharmonic theater at Islington,
England, has been burned.
The next National Telephone Convention
will be held at Cincinnati, third Tuesday
in October, 18S3.
Tho TCiIa lins risnn vorv Mnrb Tf ic rn
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Governor Blackburn and other Frankfort
gentlemen- are expected to be present
at the opening of the fair. .
Mrs. Dr. Barnes and daughter, of Paris,
and Miss Jessie Wood, of Ironton, 0., are
the guests of Mr. John M. Stockton.
Mrs. Mary Stockton and her daughter,
Miss Nettie, of Richmond, Ky., will arrive
next week, to visit the family of Mr. J. M.
Stockton.
Mr. Thos. Donovan, after spending several
weeks with his relatives here, has returned
to Winchester, Ky.
Miss Alice McGrath, of Flemingsburg,
is the guest of Miss Maggie Franklin, of
Wall street.
The Nashville (Tenn.) Daily World says:
Miss Judith A. Keith, a charming young lady
of Mavsville, Ky., Is among the new pupils of
Ward's Seminary.
Not hardly "Boy," said a stranger to a
lad who was blacking his boots in front of
a hotel yesterday, "If I should give you a
dollar, would you first impulse be to go to
the circus ?" " No, sir," was the prompt
reply. ' My first impulse would be that
it was a counterfeit bill !" Detroit Free
Press.
The gentleman who went off on a vacation
for rest and recreation, and to recuperate
from the toils of the year, has returned,
and expects in about a week to
bo sufficiently recovered to work with
some vigor. .B6ston Post.
"A good many things that appear in the
newspapers are not true." This is because
the. newspapers have frequently -to get?
their information from h'uman' beings
Courien Journal. x. : 4 J.J.'.w
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WANTS.
ANTED To rent one or two largeslx
I VV hole stoves. Apply to
FOK SAJLE.
FOR SALE September 10th. at 10 o'clock,
tilVu acres of land aud a;two ?tory frame
dwelling on Jersey Ridge. At the same time
aud place a nice lot of stock and farmtne: implements.
TUOS. BROWNING.
ITiORSAIiE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales
Jj at one-third price. Also two carts at half
& lpradt odtf
ported that part of the enemy's position at
is flooded. :
The improvement in the health of the
Archbishop of Canterbury is such as to
permit his removal from A'ddiscombe.
The postoffice department has created
the postofficQ of Springer, Jackson county,
U., making Pleasant Springer postmaster.
.The American Consul at Manila (E. C.
Youngs, of New York, is the consul credited
to the place) died of cholera.
While attempting to board a moving
train at Sandusky, O., Wm. Hoffman fell
under the wheels and had his head cut
off.
After a conference of three hours be
tween Lord Dufferin and Said Pasha, the j
the Anglo-Turkish military convention
was informally signed on Wednesday.
Bob Ingersoll and Attorney General
Brewster crossed swords in the Washington
criminal court room "Wednesday, and
many people cried and all were interested.
The Egyptians reconnoitred the English
position at Kassassin Lock, with cavalry.
They had no heavy guns."" Musketry fire
was exchanged with them.
J. H. Dillis, of New York City, and formerly
of Cincinnati, died suddenly on the
1st of September on board the steamship
Bothnia, which arrived in New York.
William Willis, of Delaware, O., while
hunting, endeavored to strike a wounded
squirrel with the stock of his gun. The
piece exploded and lodged a bullet in his
knee.
The guilt of the murder of the old man
Montfort, at Kensico, N. Y., seems to have
been pretty well fastened on his brother-in-law,
Reynolds, who is still at large,
however.
Antono Paulo, arrested in Alexandria
on suspicion of being connected with the
plot against the lives of Europeans, will be
sent to Greece. He is not consular agent,
as at first stated.
PERSONALS.
turn to
septTdlt
LOST.
THUS. J. NuLIN;
THIS OFFICE.
SALEA desirable oue story frame
1 dwelling containing four rooms situated
on the north side of Third street, Aberdeen, O.
Lot fronts 33ya on Third street, running back
1-10 feet. For terms apply to
H. CUNNINGHAM, at S. P. & Co.'s
sep4d tf or Aberdeen, O .
FOK RENT.
T?OK KEST Berber shop booth at the Mays
JL' ville fair grounds during tne latr
tfdw
A poly to
T. J.NOLIJX
D. P. ORT.
OK It EXT A room on Court street, good
P location for an olllee
s4
A Duly to
or
M. F. MARSH.
KENT Two rooms on the corner of
FOR aud Sutton streets Apply to
G. W.ADAIR.
T OST One day this week a bundle
1 j lug three yards of dark flannel. Please re
THIS OFFICE.
A Gentleman's Enameled Breast Pin
LOST with seven small stones. The finder
will be liberally rewarded by returning same to
this Office or Jacob Linn's Confectionery Store
Second street below the Postoflice. dtl.
LOST! LOST! A good fit if you
LOST! leave your orders with the Filth
Ward Tailor. mar31tf J. H. WEDDING.
M-:
FALL STYLES.
MS. M.J. MORFQRD wishes to inform her
lady friends that she has just received a
full assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS AND MOTIONS,
for her early fall trade, also, a flue assortment of
liADIES' NECK WEAR.
Call and examine.
Third ntreet, opposite Chrlst'au church.
CHINA, GLASS and QUEEHSWARE
to suit all tastes aud purses at
G.A. McCARTHEY'S
myGdly No. 30, East Second street.
SCHOOL BOOKS!
SLATES,
INKS,
copit
PENCILS,
EXERCISE,
BOOKS,
PENS,
AND
SATCHELS.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES !
S-A PRESENT Given to every child at
J. C. PECOR & CO.'S.
p.lUIi . ANDERSON',
rJEKTT'ISX,
$mk.
iTo. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY.
m y!31y.dt
rr if. N. SMITH.
"
DENTIST.
COURT STEET, MAYSVILLE, KYt
Gas used In the extraction of teeth
dl
WINDHORST & BLUM,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT MLPRS.
T ARGE .stock; 'off Imported Vnnd . Domestic
jlj nece gooas ana Trimmings on nana.AH
orders executed 'promptly 'and' satisfactorily.'
f Coojer'8.BuUdlnB.isedoMVatdry:Ati.h"ead
of stairs
u2dly
t Wmh&t.m
Dr. E, L, Rivenburgfi
Care Sinttrlnr,
H.f .- If aMlfntlAV,
Llnpliigr, SHCtlon, hhu
Exliauntctl Breath, Nasal
Sound, Improper
J.nm of
Voice, Rim all
In Speccli.
llavo cured twenty
eases since my arrival
In Cincinnati.
"WRITE or CALL nrid ?et nnmps at MY OFFICE,
NO. C9 WEST NINTH STREET. NEAR CORNER
OF VINE. CINCINNATI. OHIO, whore I
will remain until October 15th. Hundreds of testimonials
at my ofllce. No chnrsps recel'el. unless a
cure is effected. READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIAL:
Cincinnati, August 1, 1892.
I was a Stammerer for ton years. Seven years
aeo I was cured of my Impediment by Dr. E. L.
Rlvonburgh, during his visit In New Philadelphia,
Ohio. T would unhesitatingly advise any one afflicted
with Stuttering or any form of Impediment
to give Dr. Rlvenburgh a trial. I will answer any
communications addressed to me at 257 Plum,
street, Cluclunatl. Fred C. Teichjiann.
V35 Call and see me dttvlng your visit
to the Cincinnati Exposition.
au31d&wlmo
J. R. SOUSLEY,
Architect, Contractor and Builder
furnished and all work warranted.
ESTIMATES
Shop on Foiulh Street between
Slaiketaud Limestone.
TAKE THE
Kentucky Central R. R.
The Direct and Cheapest Route to
CINCINNATI.
2 Trains Daily Except Sunday1 2
MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI,
making hure connections with all lines lor the
North, Soirth, East and West.
Holders of Through Tickets have their Baggage
checked through to destination.
Special Rates to Emigrants.
rtOPRouud trip tickets to CINCINNATI always
on sale afgreaily reduced rates.
An elegant FREE OH AIRCAR leaves Mays,
vllle every morning and returns thesumeday,
for the benefit of through passengers.
Time table in effect May 14. 18S2.
MAYSVILLE DIVISION.
14 10 15 13
STATIPy. Ex. AC. STATIONS. Ac. Ex.
A.M. P. M A.MP.M
Lve.Maysville. 5 ih VI S Lve Lex'ton 5 00
' Sum'itt 5 .:012 44 Lve.Uov'ton 2 45
" Clark's.. 6 CS 12 51 Lve.Paris 6 30 0 00
14 Mars'll.. (J W12 5(5 " PJu'c'u fi 35 0 08
" Helena. 0 23 1 07 " Mil'b'g.. 7 01 0 38
" Johu'u.. B 34 1 15 " Carlisle 7 2-5 0 57
" Ellz'lle 0 4-1 1 2J Meyers. 7 40 7 13
' Ewiug... (5 47 1 20 " P.Val'y 7 49 7 21
Uowan.. 6 53 1 31 " Cowan.. 7 59 7 30
' P.Val'y. 7 03 I -10 " Ewing.. 8 05 7 35
" Meyers.. 7 10 1 47 " Eliz'lFe. 8 10 7 -10
" Carlisle. 7 2o 2 0. " Jolm'u. 8 18 7 41
Millers Helena. 8 2S 7 55
xMil'bu'g 7 49 2 25 " Mars'll.. 8 41 8 07
' P.Ju'c'n 8 20 2 5!) Clark's 8 40 8 11
Arr. Paris 8 25 3 00 " Sum'itt 8 5-5 8 20
Arr. Lex'ton 9 20 7 00 Arr. Maysville 9 10 8 35
Arr. Cov'ton 1145 0 15 a.m. p. m
a.m. p. si
Trains 1 and 2 on Main Llneruu Dally, others
Dally except Sunday.
CONNECTIONS,
at Lexington with tlo O & 0 R R for Ashland
Huntington and all points In the East and
Southeast with the U JST O & T P R R. lor
aud the South, with the L&NRE for
Franktortand Louisville.
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.
K.S.DUDLEY,
.' '."", G.T. A. Flemiugsburg.
Or aiiy agent of the K C R R.
C. S. BROWN,
G. P. and P. A.
J. D. ELLISON,
General Manager.
Covington, Flemingsfourg and Pound Gap
RAILROAD.
Connecting with. Trains on K, O. R. R.
Leave FLEJirNGSBURGfor Jounsdn Station:
5:45 a; m. Cincinnati Express.
9:13 a. m MaygviUe Accommodation
'! " t :' 3:25.p.n Loxiniton,
7:02 p. in. Maysville Express.
Leave Johnson Station for Flemingsburg on
the arrival of Trains on the K. C. K. R.:
6:23 a, in. - ' 4:00 p. m.
9:48 a.m.. -7:37 p.m.

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