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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
. . . ,,, ..,.. Ill' I-" ----- -., - i..,,.. M, I M SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 20, 1882. jwTekms ;The Evening Bulletin Is rmb Jished dally; nncl served lice of postage at 0 flouts per week; 25 cents per month; 7ocouts per three mouths ; 21.50 per six months, nnd'S3 per year, payable In advance. 4NPTH& "EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN ANY O'iHERPAFER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE. There are twenty-five cases of small-pox at Newport. Bracken county has only had three county court clerks in seventy years one man serving as clerk of the county and circuit court for fifty years. Courier-Journal: The Democratic state ticket of Texas contains the names of three men who are natives of Kentucky: John Ireland, nominee for Governor: Maron Martin, nominee for Lieutenant Governor, and Wm, J. Swaine, candidate for Controller. To the Democracy of Maysville Precinct No. 2. The Democracy of Precinct No. 2, are hereby notified that the meeting, this afternoon, August 20th, will be held at the Washington Opera House, promptly at 3 o'clock. Disgraceful to Himself and the State. Says the Covington Commonwealth : The action of Judge Hargls In the Nicholas county Democratic Convention last Monday, was, cousideilng the elevated Judicial position he occupies, disgraceful to himself and the State. It is said "lie stood on the stand in the Conventlon,wlldlv waving his hat and yelling" for his favoilte candidate. We believe such conduct on the part of a high judical officer has no parallel in the history of the State, and It is to be hoped it never will be supplemented. Nothing more degrading to the Judiciary could happen. o Docket of the Court of Appeals. The fall terra of the Court of Appeals begins on Monday, September 4th. The docket for this, the 14th judicial district, is as follows: Day November 11th. 200 207 208 209 210 211 Hendricks, &c, vs Moore, &c Fleming. Haroer & Barton vs Lee " Watson, &c, vs Warnock, &o Greenup. Tolle vs Tolle Lewis. McCall vs Bruce " Alfred vs Moore " Thirty-second Day November 11th. 212 Henry's ex'r, vs Henry's ex'r Nicholas. 213 Bullock, &c.,vs Caldwell " 214 Dragoovs Dragoo Mason. 215 Lewis and Mason Co. T. R. Co. vs Thomas ' 216 Watklns' aclmr vs Watklns' ex'r " 217 Prather vsPiather " Day November 13th, 281 Moxley vs Andrews Fleming. 232 Same vs Hurt 2.J3 Hall vs Campbell. &c 234 Morris, Ac, vs Holton & Co. &c... 235 Reeves, &o., vs Davis 2.J0 Gray vs Campbell 237 Markwell's adm'rvs Markwell's ex'r 2-38 Doushertv vsRinso it 41 (1 .1 (I Twenty-ninth Day November loth. 259 Smith vs WiNon & Co Fleming. 210 Cord vs Hendricks, &c " 2-11 Walker, &c.,vsTabler 212 Yates vs Yates " 213 Brueu vs Grahn Greenup. 244 Walker, c, vs Ueed,&c 245 Brown & Reid vs Ferguson, &e... Thirtieth Day November 17th. ti i 216 Blerley, &c. vs Lewis. 247 Scott vs Wilson 248 Feeback's adm'r vs Bruuker Nicholas. 210 Bramel, &c, vs Commonwealth, &o Mason. 250 Thompson vs Nelson, &c " 2-51 BoydvsTabb " 202 Ambrose, &c, vs Tabb, iSc " The first term of the new Supreme Court begins at the same time. The following pases from this county by order of the Court of Appeals have been transferred to the Supreme Court docket : Tiavls' adm'r vs Goggln. Elliott vs Lasbbrook, Sc, Jefferson's adm'r vs Jefferson. vs Wilson, Mannen, &c, vs Bradbury. McGranaghan vs Jeorger. Phlster vs City of Maysville. Wormald vs Hill. '. Senator John A. Logan, accompanied by Mrs.-Logan, arrived at Santo, ee, .Ifew M&xico, Thursday, wh.fr.e.t.hey wiU,$pend atwepk. A coroner's jury atPaterson, N. J. found Jatee& KnfcActy guilty' ToRaManslauKhter reglecting.histhiljlron'Whllislckwith siiwlllKwrA . wul Ink iJtL i Inl&BSca run I , a .itcum. .. NEWS BREVITIES. A son oE T. II.'Beary was drowned at Bluffton, O., Thursday. 1 ' "Win. Bates was killed bv the cars at Bellaire, O., Thursday. J "? It is belived that chieftains of Tripoli. The Prince of Montenegro is about to visit St. Petersburg. Michigan millers complain of the bad qualitj' of the new wheat. The Sheik ul Islam has visited Lord Dufferin at Constantinople. The steamer Ceylon has returned from her cruise around the world. Rev. Geo. W. Musgrave, D. D., LL. D., died at Philadelphia Thursday. Evangelist Barnes acknowledges that his work in Indianapolis has been a failure. Reconnoissances have been made from Ratnleh. The Egyptian troops replied. Dr. Clark's barn near Hagerstown, Ind., was destroyed by lightning. Loss, $4,000. At Dubuque, Pritchard's buggy top burned. Loss, $11,000; insurance, $650. The farmer Leahy was killed by a quasi-military execution, the assassins firing in turn. Sir Garnet Wolseley announces that the British troops are landing at Ismailia as they can. Graff's grist mill and large barn adjoining at Millersville, Pa., burned Thursday. Loss, $30,000. Owen Back's barn was burned by lightning near Millhousen, Ind. Loss, $2,000 ; no insurance. The Wheeling & Lake Erie has put in full operation its complete line from Toledo to Marietta; The police of Cong have found persons who witnessed the Joyce murders. Arrests have been made. A number of barns in Ohio and Indiana were struck by lightning and destroyed during Thursday's storm. Most of the French papers comment unfavorably on the occupation of the Suez Canal. The Debats defends it. A Dallas, Texas, special says the weather is unusually cold in that section, and serious results to cotton are feared. Southern Kotes. Montgomery i8 to have a republican paper. Cattle shipping in South Florida will cease on or about September 1. The past week a dime would purchase a ten pound drum or bass in St. Augustine. On August 21st the mail for Milton and points between there and Pensacola was carried by the train on the new railroad. A gentleman in Tampa, Fla., has in contemplation the placing of a light draught sidewheel steamer to run in that bay, touching ar Bay View, Peru and other points that will justify it. The Tecumseh (Ala.) iron furnace lately blew out, after continuing in blast seven years. This i3 said to have been the longest continuous blast ever made by any furnace in the United States. The first bale of cotton of the present year raised in Leon county, Fla., was sold in Tallahassee, August 9th. at twelve and a half cents a pound. It weighed 320 pounds, and was grown by R. L. Smith, of the Micos'suki neighborhood, who brought to market the first bale last year. Weevils in some localities around Sel- raa, Ala., are working destruction to the corn crop while yet it is in the fields. An old farmer of intelligence and experience says that if when the corn is put in the cribs considerable salt is sprinkled over it the weevils will be thoroughly worsted. . Mrs. Pearoe and Miss Ella Moore are at the Hill House prepared to give instructions in a garment cutting by a new system. It is the most perfect and simple way of putting garments of all styles from the infant to full-grown manhood xr womanhood. It is a household necessity, and furnished M a price so low none should b(ewit'Uout jt., TJioy will also give trucjaons in water cojor painting, by a method..aily teamed,' and.' by which 'pho tographs, ohfcrrtvtng, lithographs etc, may boilte6WRuilMtfi4,l)Mk?irolk. 'tail Z U A Z " o iTK r, "-" .- - v The Weather Outlook. Is not improving. Instead of the being composed of, or.embracing.two summers as at .we first thoughtfit appears now that it is to consist of a summer and a winter. In other words it is probable that the "rain wave" in southwestern a.nd southern sections, at any ratej will continue up to and through the fore partof March, 18S&; while in extreme western and northern sections there is likely to be heavy snow-falls in November, .December and the fore part of January. September is likely to be the counterbalancing month of this mos.t unpropitious season, that during this month everything should be done that can be, to house things safely against further wet storm. October looks full of disastrous storms of wind and rain, and a good deal of cold weather after the middle and in the last week of the month. From October rains aud floods are likely to continue in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, Dakota and Minnesota, with an occasional heavv snow-fall, up to the entry of the year 1SS3. In the Middle and Northern TJnited States and Canada the weather is also likely to continue wet up to a late period, but two or more winter belts of weather with snow-falls are likely to be experienced in the latter portion of October and in November, after which rain will again set in. At New York the autumn will be very wet. In the North West early cold and advanced snow-falls are likely" to be the conditions, while in December the cold may be intense. We will review again in the September issue. So far our statements tally with our early impressions. Vennor's Weather Bulletin. WANTS. Boarders by the week or meal, Single meal 25 cts., board per week $3.50. MRS. YAGO, aug23dlw Vine Street, bet. 2 aud 3. 'FORSJJMB. FOR SAffE A large number of building lots iu Chester, all iu good location, at prices raugiug from 3100 to 8150 a lot. Terms S25 ca&h, balance iu monthly payments as low as $10. Apply to M. F. MARSH, Court Street. ?OR SALE One new twohorse wagon and ; harness, also a good rockaway. Apply to auglSd&wlw OTHO ADAA1S. ljiOR SALE A fine Norman Stallion, a sure JC foal getter, six years old. Apply to A. J. SloDOTJULE. SALE A first class Organ, excellent FOR aud in good order Apply to BULLETIN OFFICE FOR SALE A pair of Howe's 8 ton scales atonethlrd price. Also two carts at half price. Apply at Jy20dtf THIS OFFICE. RENT Two rooms on the corner of Third and Sutton streets Amply to G.W.ADAIR. I LOST! LO?4T I A good fit if you LOST not leave your orders with the Fifth Ward Tailor. niarSltf J. H WEDDING. Commissioner's Sale. Mason Circuit Court. Baldus Frey's adm'r et. als, Plaiutlffd Against Equity. Carrie D, Frey et als. Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Mason Circuit Court, rendered at the July term thereof, 1882, in the above cause. I shall shall proceed to offer for sale, in Maysville, Ky. to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Saturday, the 2nd day of September, 1882. at 2 o'clock p. m upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property to wit: The two-story brick residence and lot situated on Front Street, Maysville, Ky., between Sutton and Market streets, and adjoining on the west the St. Charles restaurant, and on the east a lot ot N. Cooper's. Binding 2G feet on Front street and extending back 186 feet to an alley. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved sureties must execute bouds, bqarlngjegal interest from day of Sale according to law. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. JDUUUa.UUJ iyiU lU. x w.ituu aUHlUlU Master Corainj8slon.o'r. Lewis County ifarwifbr .Sale. Situated one and MiM .from on the waters of Cabin Creek, and 200 apres(well Jmcrayid, and haa oout$ IctfaAfiofed booptdTidj acres IngooliirrnrT'TOefa'rm'&wefll'iyatred aud la in a, good neighborhood. ,Tt)e land is suitable for raising tobacco, corn, wheat, etc., and win imj Bain on roaaonaoie LnuH u huiir ij okArs.IXnyNo )tlfc' Jat rfpjiiyRr3 "r. wjmluwc. " A I-. "Lite $& C wttttf at tfwmtt rtd tw X l- L "1 TAKE THE Kentucky Central R, R. The DireGt and Cheapest Route to CINCINNATI 2 Trains Daily ("Except Sunday 2 MAYSVILLE TO CINCINNATI, making sure connections with all lines; for the North, South, East and West Holders of Through Tickets have their Baggage checked through to destination. Special Rates to Emigrants. ! "" "' " " trip tickets to CINCINNATI always on sale at greatly reduced rates. An elegant FREE CHAIR CAR leaves every morning and returns the same day, for the benefit of through passengers. Time table in effect May 11, 18S2. MAYSVILLE DIVISION. 11 1(J 15 13 STATIONS. EX. AC STATIONS. Ac. ( Ex. A.M. P. M A.MP, ,21 Lve.Maysvllle. 5 45 12 :$ Lve Lex'ton 5 00 " Sum'itt 5 ?9 12 -H Lve.Oov'tou 2 45 " Clark's.. 6 08 12 51 Lve.Parls 6 30 0 00 Mars'll.. 0 IS 12 56 P Ju'c'n 6 35 fl 08 " Helena. 6 23 1 07 " Mil'b'g.. 7 01 0 38 " Johu'n.. 6 31 1 15 " Carllsre 7 25 6 57 " Ellz'lle 0 42 1 22 " Meyers. 7 40 7 13 " Ewing... 6 47 1 26 " P.Val'y 7 49 7 21 " Cowan.. 0 53 1 31 Cowan.. 7 59 7 30 " P.Val'v. 7 03 1 40 " Ewimj.. 8 05 7 85 " Meyers.. 7 10 1 47 Eliz'lie. 8 10 7 40 " Carlisle. 7 25 2 0. ' John'u. 8 18 7 47 Millers " Helena. 8 28 7 55 " Mil'bu'g 7 49 2 2-5 Mars'll.. 8 41 8 07 " P.Ju'c'n 8 20 2 50 " Clark's 8 40 8 11 Arr. Paris 8 25 3 00 Sum'itt 8 55 8 20 Arr. Lex'ton 9 20 7 00 Arr. Maysville 9 10 8 35 Arr.Cov'ton 1143 0 15 A.M. p. M a.m. p. m Trains 1 and 2 on Main Line run Daily, others Dally except Sunday. CONNECTIONS, at Lexington with the C & O R R for Ashland, Huntington and all points iu the East and Southeast with the O N O & T P R R, for and the South, with the L & JN R R for Frankfort and 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. N.S.DUDLEY, G. T. A. Flemlngsburg. Or any agent of the K C R R. C. S. BROWN, G. P. and F. A. J. D. ELLISON, General Manager. UoYiugtoii, Flemingslmrg and Pound Gap RAILROAD. Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R. Leave FLEMiNdSBiraa for Johnson Station: 5:45 a. m. Cincinnati Express. 9:13 a. m Maysville Accommodation 3:25 p. m. 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. ra. 4:00 p. m. 9:43 a. m. V:37 p. in. TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION -OF TUB- Union Agricultural Society, Of Vinson ami BrnclteH Countirg, will be held on the Association's beautiful grounds AR BERJAAflTOWN, KY., commenclugOctober 11, and coHtinniag four days, This is eminently an Fair, devoted to the steady improvement of all kinds of stock, as. well a the encouragement of fruit culture, horticulture and every kind of domestlo work. Th$ Board of directors will spare tielthertlmeT trouble ot expense to make the fair of 1832 the most uttractivo ever held by the society. vr. :mi C(eirAl Frlce of Admission SOcfg, Mo Charge for EBitMes, ailBd&y, ft ! ' fjl' i '-''.i it it. t f . . .1 4 . n