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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY EVE., JULY 12, 1883.
I V" ' v ' -i.
rosser & McCarthy,
Publishers and ProprietorH,
To whom Address, all Communications.
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Tint Jurymen are Hfrd at work,
And hero aud tlioro are feeling,
For points on which to make the boys
Upon their friends be squealing.
But up to date, as we have learned,
It's plaluly written down,
There is, so all the boys say,
NoTIgor in the town.
Roasting ears at fifteen cents a dozen
havo appeared in our market.
Little Hannah Bell McAulifto was
before the Grand Jury yesterday.
Theiu: will bo preaching at the Baptist
Church by Rev. R. B. Garrett Sunday
morning unci night.
PitEACiriXG at Washington by Rev. A.
N. Gilbert on next Sunday afternoon at
four o'clock prompt.
Attention is directed to a notice elsewhere
made by Messrs. Smith & Nixson,
dealers in pianos at Cincinnati.
Axotiiek lot of machinery for the Ice
Company camo la?t night. Everything
has been received except the engine.
A hive of bees wns struck by lightning
at Gormuntown, one day this week, and
tho bees are reported to have gotten
the best of it.
The East Maysville band will to to
Vanceburg to-morrow by the Handy to
furnish music for a ball to be given at
Wilson House that night.
The mail from Cincinnati arrives by
tho Morning Mail on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday of each week, and not
every day as some persons suppose. v
All persons indebted to the late firm
of Ilonan & Cliff are notified to pay
their indebtedness immediately to
Messrs. Salloe & Sallee. See notice elsewhere.
Messhs. Collins, Rudy & Co. have
lately finished two very'neat and comfortable
cottage residences in East Maysville.
They will ho for rent to acceptable
The Carlisle Mercury in speaking of
coming meeting of theMaysvillo Agricultural
Association says : " It will be .one
of tho best fairs in this State," all of
which is true.
Rev. R. B. Gamiett has been preaching
every evening this week to large and
appreciative audiences at tho Baptist
Church. These services will continue
through tho week, and all aro invited to
of "tho Sunday school in
tho M. E. Church, South, in Chester,
next Sunday afternoon at three o'clock.
L. W. Galbraith will be the Superintendent.
Let all tho friends of tho cause bo
A rumoh reaches us that there aro
several bran-new babies in town, but just
exactly whore they nre wo havo b3on
unable to find out. Rills of lading have
been received for others which will be
noticed on arrival.
Rev. A. N. Giliieut will preach two
sermons at Sardis in thd Christian Church
on Monday and Tuesday nights, July 10th
ami 17th. Tho subjects will bo "Tho
Mission of tho Holy Spirit to tho World,"
and "Tho New Birth."
Rev. A. N. Gilbert will preach at thp
Christian Church on S'indny, morning
and evening. Subject in tho morning:
" Messiah's Kingdom." At night ho wi 1
take for his theme, " Meshach, Shad-rack
and Abodnego in tho Fiery Furnace."
You aro cordially invited.
The following memorandum was found
on tho desk o( a Maysville merchant who
has been considering tho propriety of
closing his business house at six o'clock :
Physician's tee Slo f0
Niu.se, th roo weoks 21 HO
Haby conch 7 00
High chair .1 7.5
Willow chair 1 75
Outfit of clothing, underclothing etc o83 00
Glass bottlo with tnbo ,.... 25
Five cans of c6ndensed milk 1 '.'5
Catnip tea 25
Gum rattlo !!"
Haby basket 5 00
One dozen pair of hocks 1 80
Cilb....: 5 00
Total 07 3U
Rev. A. N. Giliieut will doliver two
lectures in tho Christian Church, at
Washington, on Friday and Saturday
nights of this week, for tho bonofit of tho
church. Tho first will bo tho intensely
humorous 16cturo which ho dolivoroJ in
Maysville- for tho bonqflt of tho suflbrers
by, tho flood, and which elicited such high
enconiums. Tho second, will bo a
of his own experiences in and near
tio city of Jerusalem in tho Holy Land.
These lectures havo been delivered in a
number of tho principal cities of tho
Union with acceptance.
PERSONALS. "l?EwtyleSTockineTte Jerseva at' Hunt RETAIL MARKET. NTAftE LINE.
Mb. Wit. Conway, express agent at
Millersburg, is in. tho city.
Deputy Marshal James Heflin is in the
city on a short visit to his family.
Mrs. J. J. McCarthy, who has been very
sick, we aro pleased to say, is better today.
Miss Florence Frank left this morning
to visit friends at the upper Blue Lick
Mr. Ralph N. Adamson, of Lawrence-hurt;,
Ind., is the guest of Mr. Win. Fowl-err
Mr. Charles D. Pearce and Mr. W. 0.
Dodrl, of Louisville, are visiting the
Chas. B. Pearce.
Misses Addie and Minnie Styles, of
Sharpsbur, and Miss Nettie Hill, of Mt,
Olivet, aro tho guests of tho family of
Mr. E. Thompson, of East Maysville.
Mrs. Ellen Warfield, wifo of Mr.
Charles Warfield, and daughter of Mr.
Dan. Runyon, of tho Live Stock Record,
died at Lexington on the 10th inst.,
of puerperal fever.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
In the Circuit Court Wednesday the
caso of the Commonwealth vs. John L.
Grant, charged with issuing an illegal ft e
bill, and attempting to collect same, was
tried before Judge Colo and a jury. The
Commonwealth failed to prove the charge'
and at the conclusion of the evidence the
Judge instructed the jury to find the defendant
Tho Grand Jury has not yet found any
A fine of S50 and costs was assessed
Wednesday against a couple of Maysville
citizens for retailing liquors without
a merchant's license.
Sunday School Notice.
The Superintendent of tho Sunday
School in the M. E. Church, South, in
Chester, having resigned, I havo appointed
Bro. L. W. Galbraith to the
Bro. Galbraith has kindly
consented to take tho work in hand, and
under his efficient management we expect
large results. All the former friends
of tho school, and all the people of the
community are cordially invited to attend.
The Sunday School will be open-en
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
F. S. Pollitt.
Arrival of Bulger.
Samuel Bulger arrived from Lexington
by the train this morning, in charge
of Sheriff Perry Jefferson. Ho was put
into a hack and taken to tho jail where
ho now is. Tho whole thing was done
very quietly, and there was no excitement
whatever, although a largo luimlx r
of persons were present when tho train
arrived. Bulger's trial will begin in tho
Circuit Court after the conclusion of the
Cooper murder case.
Samuel Bulger was taken before Miss
McAulilie, this morning, at the jailer's
residence and was fully identified by her
as tho man who ass.iulted her near this
city, on the 21st ult. Bulger protests his
innocence of the crime and professes to
bo able to prove ho was elsewhere at tho
timo the outrage was committed. Tho
jail will bo guarded to-night by the
Sheriff and a strong
Mrs. Joseph Bynrd lett on the Bonanza
Monday evonlng, after u very pleasaut visit
with her relatives, for Vlucennes, Ind.
A party of young gentlemen wero'out serenading
one event mf last week. Wo could
hardly hear the music lor the howling of the
Miss Emma Young made her friend, Mrs.
Crnue, a dying visit this week.
Mrt Meflord has returned from that flying
busluosstrlp to Cincinnati.
Monday evening there was a lively race
between two of our prominent citizens, on
tho boulevard. We were glad to see Mr.
O 's handsomo bay win the race.
Mr. King, of Georgetown, nftor a pleasant
visit to her sister, Mrs. Mattlia Dennis, left
Tuesday lor her home.
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per line for each insertion.
Tky Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Trade dollars taken at par at Dr. Box-dale's
No. 0, Market street, for prescriptions,
Linen and Mohair ulsters, largo lot,
also Jap parasols 13 cents each, at Hunt
& Doyle's. .
New style lace curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, &c, at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Wanted A white girl to cook, wash
and iron for a small family in East Maysville.
Apply at this office. j27dtf
Excursionists, get your accident insurance
ticket before you leave. It costs
but 23 cents a day for a 53,000 ticket.
M. F. Maesh, Agent.
Almost every person has gomo form of
scrofulous poison latent in his veins.
When this develops in scrofulous sores,
ulcers, or eruptions, or takes tho form of
rheumatism, or organic diseases, tho suffering
that ensues is terrible beyond description.
Hence tho gratitudo of those
who, discover, as thousands yearly do,
that Ayer's Sarsaparilla vi)l thoroughly
eradicato this evil from tho system
Fern Rent. Three'lurge rooms', corner
of Limestone ' and Fourth Btreets to a
family with no children Water supply
included, rent S8.00 per month. Apply
to j2od I. M. Lane.
Tkottino Race There will be a trotting
race at the Maysville course next
Saturday afternoon, whii:h will be conducted
under the rules of the National
Association. The following well-known
horses havo beon entered and will start:
Thompson fc Fox enters Lizzie T.
Harper Hro. unlets Charles Walker.
Ulll Ihos enters Dick Cllft.
Mr. Fowler enter Nannie Fowler.
Hen. Myall enters Straight Goods,
.lessle Calvert enters Jim Piper.
Ed. Berry enters Dr. Kelston.
There will be pool selling at Mayslick
on Friday nteht and at the grounds on
TiikEmi'Ihe V king Kit. Mesr.. Biet,
McCliinahitii & are tho in
this city for the Empire
GMluvs WiMuer, utmnmi'iuflv t'ni.oek'd
to lie the brst in the market. It turns
with half the labor of uthor wringfM,
and lias more Tin be i rings of
the rolls no d no oiling, bv which the
clothes can bo soiled, and eg wheels
need no adjusting as they atv always in
g -ar. Those u ho use it will hit ve no
as the dillicultie other
wrinueis are all avoido 1 in this The
prce is So.'n). T.tis linn a' lias the
Champion Iron which U an
excellent one of 'lie kind and sells, lot
S4. Call and see tliee wvin.ers before
buying ehuwhere. jlldlw
The Minors, Clan' Workers nnd Tele.
PiTTsnuHO, July 11. A ronowal of th
railroad coal miners' troubles is feared.
Only half the operators havo accepted tho
award of tho trado tribunal umpire, fixing
the rats of mining at three and one-fourth
cents per bushel, and in tho other pits
work has been continued at tho
rate. Those operators who accopteil the
umpire's decision now want their miners to
accept tho three-cent rate also.and llurtly &
Marshall's two pits shut down because the
miners refused to do this. The other pits
arc expected to shut down also, and it is
believed a general strike will bo the result.
The window glass workers of North
America were in session, but tho delegates
refuse to give any information concerning
what wns done or what business will be
trausneted before Gnat ailjournnient. It is
known, howevor, and fears are apparent
that the action of the convention in this
direction will lead to a strike Tho manufacturers
say that the new tariff has reduced
their profits 10 per cent., and that
taere must bo corresponding reduction in
wages when work is resumed, which will
be the 1st of September. They also say
thoy bclievo tho workmeu will follow.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 11. The green
and amber bojtlo blowers of the Western
division, in annual sossion in this city,
have adopted tho samo schedule of wages
that was in forco last year. The decisiou
affects bottle factorloa from Pittsburg to
San Francisco. Tho men say thoy will
accept no reduction, and think tho manufacturers
will concede the justice of their
St. Louis, July 11. The Post-Dispatch
announces, on what is considered reliable
authority, but which has not yet boon verified,
that the Brotherhood of Tolegraphcrs
will inaugurate a general strtke at noon
next Monday. It is said thore are upwards
of 5,000 operators in the Brotherhood,
and if thoy go out the result
would hardly bo lest than a
culamity. It is not known here
whether any diroct demand has yet been
made on the tolegraph company, but it is
alleged that one will be presented embracing
seven hours as a night'B work, extra
pay for Sunday work, and greater uniformity,
if not higher wages. It is also said
tho brotherhood is strongly opposed to the
introduction of any girls or women in tho
The tolegraph officials hero have no
definite information regarding tho reported
movement and evince no disposition
to talk about it. The general office of tin
brotherhood is at Pittiburg, and it 1b understood
all orders will be issued from that
Cite Nnloon r.lccme nnd Stiutlny Ltnv
Chicago, July 11. Previous to the decision
by the highest tribunal in the State
that the Dowling law was applicable
to St. Louis, the dram-shop men
centered all their resistance and objection
to the increased amount of the license.
When the judgment of the Court was announced
a ready acquiescenso to the new
law was declared by overy
Tho disposition to submit to tho obnoxious
piece of legislation seemed to be a
ono aud found a spontaneous utterance.
Of courso it was iuevitablo, and with
more or less grace tho vendors of
spirituous liquors announced their
readiness to contribute the extra tax demanded.
Ono clause of the bill, which received
only a passing notice while tho
license foature was the bone of contention,
suddenly created cousternatlen among the
saloonlste. This was the clause which requires
tho closing of all liquor saloons on
Sunday. At first it received no serious
consideration, but when prohibitionists and
others, who favored the now Jaw, called attention
to tho effoct and proviuipns of tho
seotion sot forth in clear and plain language,
and that there was not a singlo
technical flaw that would afford a legal
evasion, tho Ire of every was
aroused, and threats are general of retaliation
l)y enforpinc, ahfblule Sunday .laws
agafnst other lines of business, Tho
Sftloonkedpdrs' Association has the matter
Corrected dally by O. W. Gkiskl, grocer.
Se'.ond street, Maysville, Ky,
Limestone f 7 00
Mnysville Family t; 25
Old Gold 7 00
iasou County , n 25
Kentucky Mills e 00
Mutter,! ft 1520
Meal $ peck , 20
Molasses, fancy "70
Coal Oil, W gaf. 20
Sugar, granulated ft tb 10K
" A.tt It, ;........ iu
" yellow?) m mo
Comb Honey u;
Strained Honey 12J4
Hams, sugar cured i ir, 15
Bacon, breakfast $ It' 15
Hominy, ?! uallon
Beans ?! gallon j'
Potatoes peck, new Ui
Cm tee i2ri5
McDowell, who u'sldod
L In Mngon county about thttty yetiHno,
or his heirs, will learn something greatly to
their advantage by uddiesslng
.,,, WM. P. COONS,
JI0tUtw2w County Judge, Maysville, Ky,
rATTKI uy nn xMerlenci'u,feninli'
?r teacher, n school. The b t or reft'iento
ilven. Apply at JIM THISOFFICF.
VY ghl to cook, wnli nnd Iron
for 11 .sinnll f.'iiiillv.
Jt UTTLliTuN HILL.
W inn small family.
Jso wiishlnitot'lroulni' to heiloiiH. Au
piy to t (Mw THIS .OFFICE.
Y7"AVri:i a position by 11 young ninu
eighteen yenroll. Would meter
Apply at JOdlw THIS OFFICli.
IOtt S.VIii: A lot ofoid papers Vpplv at
. THIS OFFtcE.
yn. I Poplar
r Shingles. Addies J. B.GLASCOCK,
J'Odiw Mt. Curiae'.
t ?tm A No. 6 Safe, new. Ad-J.
JlOdlw Mt. Cntmel.
T rinusAi.K One section, 01) ncres.or Lynn
potui'v Texas land, uloo a section of
Floyd county, Texas Innd. Anplv to
M F.MAIISH, Sutton Htreet.
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1 l,,lrv i. lilllU?.
i lj 111111 c.v. ilipiv ill
ftlAwlw ALUKU'l'S CHINA PALACE.
17iK SAI.K The hinidvome residence nnd
; gr Hinds on tliw southwest corner of 4tli
mil Marvel streets In thWcltv. For terms
1 'ily to IS. L. WORTH INOTON.
IlMMt S I.K A largo number "of liu Id lug
is 1- C tester. Good locution. Title
pf feior Pi Ices reiiooonuble. Will sell on
monthly payments Apply to
.M. F. MAKSH.Sutioti street.
Arll"li'-or Incoi'ii'iriiHoii V opted hy
Ili. .Mifsvllle .i'Ullclil Iri ami
Conutiui .. of Hi" rit.v of
.ln j svllU'iuiil DieMiiloorKenliicIiy.
1. He It known that A. It. Glascock, Chas. B.
Pemoe. L. W. I'ob rtsun, W. S. Fin nit, T J.
I lieuoweth mill I.'. f. i.eiiell. have by tills In
associated themselves iogethir mid
bocmiio Ineorpo.ated u.der mid In
Cupter Mul tile Statutes nt
Kentucky, as "The Mtiysvllle. Artltlcinl Ice
did IJefrlireinior Cinjmny," and tiy that
inline simii imve perpetual niccesslon, sue
and be sued, contract nnd bo contracted with
ium snail Imve u common seal and powet to
ultir llnle at pleasuie.
'2 The eaplt'il stoek ofsnld lucorj'orntlon
each nnd the subset lpt Ion to salii inpltnl stock
slinll be pule. n.s lollowo, : Twenty live
percent on the st day of July, IbS'l, and the
leiii'ilndei lit such liistallmeuts and nt such
3. Tho shares of stock shall be
able by written assignment of the
owner upon the ceitltlcnte, and when
the certificate for. same shall be surrendered
lo tho company and cancelled aud a
new certificate lssuetl Jn lieu thereof to the
person thereto. w
4. Tlie corporation is organized for the
.e mid the business of tho corporation shall
bo tho iiintiufHcture of lev by artificial processes
mid tho preservation of meat, milt,
vegetable" and all other subsmuces by colu
or tho reirlguratiir process.
5. The said com puny .shall have tho power
toaequlroby purchase, or otherwise, and to
hold real and peisoi al propepy to such an
amount as tuny be necessary and convenient
for the proper prosecution ot the business ol
.said company, aud shall havo the same
nowertnutsposeof said property that private
individuals .now have under the laws of the
State of Kentucky.
0. The private pronoify of the stockholders
ot said company shall ho forever exempt
Irotn any and all liability from the debts or
liabilities ot said company.
7. The piluclpal place of husluessof said
corporation shall be at Maysville, Ky.
8. The amount of capital of said company
shall bo 82D,Oi)0, which may at any time, by
consent, of the majority of stock -voting at a
regular election, bo increased to any amount
not exceeding fcxyOO. Tim shares of stock In
said company shall be signet by the President
and Sect etary, and uttested by the seal
of tho company.
9. The said company shall have tho right to
employ all needful agents and sorvnuts, to
establish by-laws, and mnkesuch rules and
regulations ns may be necessary tor the
of tliuulfuint ot the company, not
Inconsistent with the piovlslonsot these
of Incorporation or with tho laws of
this state or tho United States.
10. The business or the company shall be
managed by a bomd ot six dltector", to be
L'locted by the stockholders when the sum ol
:.),00 It subset Ibed to tho capital stock ot
ntiuual election ofdliectorson the first Monday
In Oetober.nll of which dtrectoisshall hold
their oillces until their successors are elected
ami qualified. Each board of directors elected
in pursuance of this piovlslon shall from
their own body elect a President, Treasmer,
Secietmy and SupeiLiteiulent, and such
other otllcers as mey may deem necessary
ai.d snld llonid or Directors shall prescribe
and define the powers and duties of said
ami iiom such as they may tuoscrlbe,
take bond with surety for tho faithful (IN-chin
go and performance of their duties.
Stockholders shall be entitled to one vote for
each aud overy share ot stock held In all elections,
and in all questions voted imuu In
meetings of stockholders mid may cast nld
voto by written proxy.
11. The indebtedness of tho company shall
not exceed the sum of six thousand dollars
and lu no event or llmo shall tho Indebtedness
of the company exceed one-halt of the
IS. By ooiisent of n majority of the stockholders
voting at a-regular tainuiil or called
meeting of the stockholders, the provisions
ot thoso articles of Incorporation may bo
amended or changed In the maimer
by Chapter 50 or General Statutes
13. Tne pi oceedlngs of stockholders' meet lug
and tho meeting ol the directors shall bo
regularly onteied lu a book of tho company
kept lor that purpose. And tho annual business
trnusneted of the company ahull also bo
kept In a regular set of books.
II, Tho corporation shall conimoncoon the
15th day ot June, 1SS.1 nud suull contluuo
thereafter for tho period ot years
and longer If ronowed ns authorized by
lu testimony whereof the said Incorporators
havo hereutito set tholr hands this 14th
day of Juno, 181. r '
CHAS. R. PEAItOE,
AW S. FRANK,
THOS. J. UIIENOWETIT,
A. R. GLASCOCK,
O. SHU LTZ LEACH,
SInyavlllc anil M I. t'nrnicl.
DallY line Leaves Mt. Carmel at 6 a. m
arrives at MaysVlllont 9:30a. m., and returns
at '2:30 v. m. Leave orders atV. A. P.
Second St. J.J. McOAKTHEr.
JfnysvlUe ami Ilurtuiivlllc.
Trl-weekly line Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Snturdai. Leave Burtonvlllo at 9 a. m. Returning,
leaves Mavsville tit '2:9) p. m. Orders
should beleft at Yancey & Alexander's livery
stable. S. L POLLITT.
itlnysville ami Sit. Olivet.
Arrives at Mnysvllle'at 10 a. m. Leaves at
2 p. 111. Leave orders at Yancey ,t Alexander's
live.y stable. K. H. POLLI1T, Prop'r.
J. JIctMUTirET. Licensed Anctloneer
T. fill Mil Will 11 till fwt (ft I it ltn titlDit Ina rr
de s left nt the UULLKTUf oillce will receive
piompi aiieuiion. 1. u. auuiess Jit. uannei.
IIUX'T OltDKll It AM) or Orchestral In
struments, or .Musical
fQOg3w goods ot auv Kind, be-
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rADt X N o.w fr. ji.i.I'V tf
WORTH. J7? Lafayette
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sent C. o. D. , with pilv.
liege of trial.
State. Dpserllon, Non-Support. Advice
and npnllcatlons for stamp, i . H. LEE,
Att'y, a:uu'wny, N. Y.
A DVF.UTISERS! send for our Select List
-HL 01 Local Newspapers Geo. P. Rowell &
Co., 10, Spiuie sttcet., N. Y.
JL HE public me hereby notlffed that I h va
been appointed Administrator of the estate
estate of LOUIS TRAXEL, deceased, by tho
Mason County Court, aud qualified as such.
All persons having claims against the estate
will present them nt once, verified according
to law, and any poisons knowing themselves
Indebted to the estate will call and settle.
July 11, 1SS3. (J12wl) C. M. PHI5TER.
"TO THE PUBLIC. "
vjOTICE Is hereby given that L. F.Metzger,
- formerly our agent at Maysville, Is no
lonuerZIn our employ, and Is not authorized
to repiesent lis lu any manner whatever.
hMITH 4 NIXSON.
Dealers In Pianos and Oraans,
Jl.'d3tw2t Cincinnati, Ohio.
opens Its Forty-fifth annual Session vpt, '.I,
lss:i Persons havlm; daughters to educate
will do well to examine Its catalogue betoie
selecting a school.
ADVANTAGEOUS FIRST-CLAS: LOCA-TION
HEALTHFUL; TRMS MODERATE.
For catalomies add 1 ess
W. 11. .Vl'iAVAltT, Principal,
JyCdAwSm Shelbyville, Ky.
ALL persons Indebted to the late llrm of
Honaii & Cllft will please cull at our law
1. tllce on Court street and make prompt payment
or we will be compelled to ptoeeed to
collect same by law. ALLEfcSALLEE,
SHALL havo for sale n small quantity of
I this celebrated wheat at the following
rates : Twenty bushels at 57.00 per bushel : ten
bushels at 47..V) per luisliel; llvo bushels nt
SS.00 per b.ishei; 0110 bushel lor fU.no; ono peck
tor SJ.&i. This wheat Is a new variety Introduced
Irom Australia lu 1S70, and Is very
The yield last year belug over tlfty
bushels per acre. Pleace send oiders accompanied
by cash to O.J. HALL,
JylSwJt Maysville, Ky.
I unrunu o -AND-
MgesUon Cure 1
has never failed to relieve aud CIJRE any
cae of Indigestion or Dyspepsia. Try It. For
sale by G EORGE T. WOOD,
JeSOd&wMm Maysville, Ky.
NOTICE to CONTRACTORS.
"VTOTICE is Hereby given that sealed pro-X
posals for the construction of a new Catholic
Church at Mayslick, will be received until
Sunday, July 15th. The building Is to be
forty feet wide and seventy feet long aud will
bea frame structure. The plans nud specifications
can bo seen by calUuiron John
Maysville, Ky. All bids should be
to the undersigned,
JyO.Utwlw Mayslick, Ky.
UGQLE'S AMP MEETING.
f l illE Eleventh Session of this Camp Meet-J
lug will beglu Aitifiisl Dili. Theie will
bo present during the meeting Dr. Stevenson,
of Augusta Coleglato Institute; Rev. Dldwell
Lane, C.J. llowusand S. G. Pollaul, of Covington
; Rev. Thos. Hanford, A. M., of Sardis;
Rev. John R. Eads-, of Augusta, and many
other ministers of tho Covington and Mays-villa
Dlmlct. Also Dr. Joyce, of Cincinnati,
and other distinguished ministers Iiom
Bids Will bs Received
for the privilege of t ho confectionery, stabling
and baggage tents, up to tho UOtli of July.
The snlo or tobacco and cigars Is prohibited
ou the Sabbath. Two-story cottages, is x 20
feet, neat and comfortable, will bo routed for
the torm of tho meeting at SO each, for which
apply to 1, m. inline, 01 Miiysviue: ur. win
llowinan, of Tollosboro; or H. C. Northcott,
Vanceburg, Ky. Tho Hoard of Dlivctous will
decide upon bids received nt the Camp
Oriniulu U1IJU1IM9 .lnlv U Ul Uill, iltll. ut '- o'clock p. 111. There
connecting with the Morning Mall nud other
morning boats and Kentucky Central Hall-toad
from Maysville to the Camp Grounds.
DR. WM. BOWMAN, Seo'y, Tollesboro,
AlATT TOLLE, Pres., Sand Hill, Ky.
July 2nd, 1W3.