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MONDAY EVE., AUGU8T 6, 1883. BOSBER ft MoOABTHY, Pabilshers and Proprietors, To Whom Address All Communications. To-day nil hands will go nnri voto, Tho white, tho black, tlio yellow, Andoveryono will do his best Against tho othor fellow And when tho sun goes down to-night Tho victor's horn will toot, To show which polo has Hopped about And knocked tho ripened fruit. " Let's go and take a walk on tho street cars," remarked a lady and man who landed from tho excursion boat yesterday. A SPECIAL train will leave this city next Thursday after tho afternoon performance of the O'Brien show. It will go through to Ewing Station. CvrT. James Hkklxn has been relioved from further duty as Ddputy United States Marshal. So says tho Covington correspondent of tho Cincinnati Enquirer. Tun faro to Louisville during tho by any of tho boats of tho Cincin nati, Portsmouth, Big Sandy and Lino is $7.50 for tho round trip, which includes admission to tho exposition. Col. W. W. Baldwin, tho King-bee of of tlio raulo trade, bought recently from Mr. Thomas Forman, a pair of three year old mules for $450. They wore an extra good pair and were, as the expression goes " Daisies from Daisyvillo." Messrs. Robinson & Co., proprietors of tho Maysvillo City Mills, advertise that tbey are still grinding corn and will exchange meal for corn on tho usual terms, and that wheat custom grinding is done as herotoforo. Tho farmers are invited to call at tho mills. The side-wheel steamer R. R. Springer, brought another excursion party from Cincinnati to this placo yesterday. The crowd numbered from 800 to 1,000 people. Tho boat arrived about four o'clock, and remained at the wharf for one hour. Tho excursion iststs were in good spirits, and seemed to enjoy their trip. A number of persons confined in the station 'house for minor offfenses, escaped lato Saturday night or early Sunday morning by lilting the door of ono of the cells from its hinges. They were thus admitted to tho hull through tho floor of which thoy cut a hole into the cellar and escaped through a grating. They hnvo not been retaken. m Messrs Lane & Wokiuck, contractors and builders, of this city, will begin the erection to-day, of tho ico houso and c 1 I storage-room for tho Maysvillo Ico Company. Tho building will bo 30x45 feet in size, and two stories high. Tho boiler-room, which will bo 23x30 feet in size, will also bo put up immediately. Thei company expect to begin tho manufacture of ico by the 20th inst. Nathans Circus. Tho exhibition given in this city last Saturday by Nathans circus was well attendee) and gave gonoral satisfaction. Notwithstanding tho disadvantages the company is laboring under at present from the loss it mot with recently in Virginia, it is a good ono throughout. Some of tho performances in tho arena have never been excelled by any company fiat has ever visited this place. Tho feats of Fred. Barclay and tho Ashton Brothers elicited the most favorable comments from tho audience. O'Brien's Monster Combination. Tho Juvonilo will now bo in wild excitement; also, his sisters, and his cousins, and his aunts, in perfect logical sequence his uncles and othor male relatives to know that tho O'Brien Six Shows, Royal English Circus and Menagerio and Astloy's MuBeum, comprising a colossal Double Circus, two Leviathan Menageries, famous Museum, Acquariura and calisthenic exhibition, etc. Tho entire show, in all its undlvidod vastness, for tho usual prico of admission, is to exhibit at Maysvillo, on Thursday, August Oth. This grand consolidation of tho two monster shows, comes to us well recommended by tho press, whorover it has pitched its 108,000 square yards of canvass. Of it tho Snow Hill (Md.) Messenger of April 29, 1883, says; O'Brien's circus showed in Snow Hill on Monday last to an immonso audience, and gave a first-class performance Indeed, tho ring performance was far better than any we have over had hero. During their stay tho'proprietor exerted hiinsolf to seo that tho best of order prevailed and that all who visited tho performances were made comfortable and protected from imposition. Mr. O'Brien is ono of tho best managers in tho business, and to his intelligent and thoughtful Buporvision was duo much of tho pleasure afforded on tho occasion. Our citizons woro woll satisfied with tho performances. CAMP HEEXINU. Increased Attendance Entertaining 8rrlces by Dr. Poynter, Revs. II. M. Ltnner, J. A. Uenderson and Scott Interesting Camp Gossip. Special correspondence of Bur.r.jrrm. Park's Hill Camp Ground, August 4, 1883. Quito an increase is visible in tho attendance on the religious services hero. There wore about 000 persons on tho ground to-day, and, with tho largo addition of cottages made this year, therotaro still many demands for cottages that cannot he mot. Last night Dr. Poynter discoursed on Phillippians, 2nd and oth : " Let this mind he in you which was also in Christ Jesus." Tho Lovo Feast meeting was more than usually interesting this morning, and was led by Rev. II. M. Linney. Near tho close of this sorvire, Dr. in rolating his own experience, referred to tho fact that tho experience of Christian people differs greatly. While Borne know tho exact timo and placo of their conversion, there aro others who cannot always tell exactly when thoy wero brought into tlio favor of bod. At eleven a. m., Dr. J. A. Henderson preached from John 3rd and 10th, subject: ' God's love to follow man, and the price of redemption being the gift of his own son." After sermon two aroso for prayers. At three p. m , Dr. Poynter addressed the children at the auditorium, about one hundred in number. They enjoyed it very much, and so did all present. At (our o'clock Rev. Mr. Scott, of tho Presbvterian Church, preached from the 17th Psalm, loth verso, .and particularly dwelt on "I shall bo satisfied when I awako with thy likeness." Tho speaker showed tho utter impossibility of man being satislled with any earthly good, and that the lomnngs of the soul could only bo satisfied when it fully attained to life- everlasting. NOTES. Mr. Fogg is in charge of tho ico cream department. Colonol Craddock, of the Paris was here to-day. Doctors West and Hannor, of Nashville, are expected to-night. Rev. Poynter is again conducting tho meeting with his usual success. Everything is progressing with success and with the prospect of a good meeting. Rev. M. D. Reynolds, of Maysvillo, arrived this afternoon, and will preach tonight. Bro. Stevens is with us again and tho music is splendid. It brings back remembrances of tho good old camp meeting songs, as they used to be sung with the true spirit. The prospects this year for a good and fruitful meeting were never better. Some of the greatest and most renowned ministers of the age will be here, among whom is Dr. Tnlmage. It is needless for me to say anything of his fame, for who has not ro'id his sermons ? R. Park's Hill Camp Gnouxn, August 0, 1S83. J" Special correspondence of Uui.letin. Rev. M. D. Reynolds preached Saturday night to a good audieuco, from John 1st, And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt anions us, etc." On Su - day morning the Live reast meeting was led by Dr. Henderson. A large number spoke. Speakers were requested to be brief, and not to go back thirty or forty years, but to tell how they felt and acted now. About 500 persons attended this service. Shortly after the adjournment of this meeting Dr. Poynter gathered the children together at the chapel about 125 in number anil had an interesting meeting. Text: 23rd Psalm, 1st verse. At 11 o'clock a. in. Dr. West, of Nashville, preached from Job 7th, 17 " What is man, that thou shouldest magnify him?" The auditorium was packed to its utmost, and for an hour the speaker held his hearers under complete control. The sermon was sublime, grand, and very impressive. Tho Doctor, after referring to God's creative powers in making tho stars and tho world, with all things else, said: "God's creative power reached its utmost limit in the creation of man ; and jet sin had sunk this God-like creature to tho lowest depths of ruin. But God's great heart was set upon him. '1 he rich treasure of heaven was poured out at his feet, that this being whom God had so grandly made in his own image, might be received, restored, ruhabitated, and propared for glory. At 3 o'clock p. m. Dr. J. W. Hannor preached to a large audience, on Luke 15th, 3-7. Subject: "Tho Lost Sheep." Ho assumed that tho sinner must behove that God loves him in his fallen and ruined state, beforo ho can lovo God; and that whilo Jesus was a man of sorrows, ho also had great joy in his work of saving sinners, and in restoring man to a heavenly inheritance. Doctor Evans preached at night to a largo and attentive audience, from Proverbs 1st, 20th "I also will laugh at your calamity; I will mock when your fear cometh!" We have not time to further speak of Sunday's services. About 3,000 to 4,000 persons wero on tho grounds. Good feeling in general prevails. R. . . . Tho Election. Considorablo interest in tho election today is being manifested by tho local politicians of both parties, who aro working to bring out a full voto. Tho returns at this writing indicate that J. D. Kohoo will succeed himself as Mason county's representative in tho next Legislature. Tho returns from precincts Nos. 1 and 2 at 10:30 a. in. givo tho following voto for representative : .No.l. NO. 2. J. D. Kehoo 213 120 A. A. Wadsworth I'M 58 Kolioo'ri mnjorlty 70 02 The voto for constablo in precinct No. 1, at tho same hour, stood as follows: Arthur Campbell 10, Charles Dawson 13u Dan. Judd, withdrawn. Cimpboll's majority 21 f. That New Boat. Tho following item rolatiyo to Capt. Redden's now steamer is taken from tho Covingion news in Cincinnati Enquirer, of tho 4th inst : Capt. 8am. Coflln, of tho Covington Dock Co.. yesterday closed n contract with Captain H. L. Hodden to build n pusiongor pneket lor tho Mayavlllonnd Vanceburg trade. The hull will bo 135 feet long, 25 leet beam, with 3 foot hold. Bhe will havo two double flued boilers 20 feet long and 40 Inches In diameter. The cyllndors will bo 12 Inches in diameter and 0 feet stroko an unusual one for a boat of her class on this river, tlor cabin will bo full length, and will bo provided with every convenience for tho trado for which she Is built. Capt. Colhn has the contract for tho entlro bout, and Is under obligations to raNe steam in ninety days. The t'ovlngton Ways will do tho wood-work, but li Is probable Dutnont will build tho muohliiory. Ei). Bell had his trial before Esquire John L. Grant last Saturday afternoon, on a charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon. The proof showed that Edward, while in a fit of despondency, had pulled his "razor" with tho intention of ending his existence by cutting his throat. His companion gave the affair away and ho was arrested by Deputy Marshal Dawson. Ed. was adjudged utility and his penalty fixed at a line of $25, and in the county jail ten days. PERSONALS. Mr. W. G. Sanborne, of Chattanooga, Tenn., is in the city. Miss Louise Mace, of this city, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jbsoph Meyers, of Cincinnati. Mr. T. J. Black, of Gormantown, was in Maysville to-day shaking hands with his numerous friends. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Wood and children (a part of tho "ten little Injuns,") aro at Bell Grove Springs, Fleming county. Advertisements inserted under this head-lug 10c per Hue for each Insertion. Try Langdou's City Butter Crackers. Mosquito bars ready-made and made to older at Hunt & Dovle's. Dauk ground lawns, yard wide, worth 12Jc, per yard, foroc, at Hunt it Doyle's. Wall Paper Received at Morrison & K tokley's to-day. A large and attractive lint fur tin f.ill trade at greatly rcducul pi ices. Call anil see them. The curative power of Ayer's is too well known to acquire the specious aid of any exaggerated or fictitious certificate. Witnesses of its cures are to-day living in every city and hamlet of tho land. Write for name, if vou want home evidence. Men's and boys' canvas button and front lace shoes, cheap. Misses Fide lace, 75 cen ts. Ltdies opera slippers, 31. Men's sowed calf bals and contrrcss g.d'ers. London toe, 31.60, and a large stock, of boots and shoes at prices to suit anyone. Call anil investigate at augldtf C. S. Mixer & Bno's. The most deadly foe to nil malarial disease is Ayer's Ague Cure, a combination of vegetable ingredients only, of which the most valuable is used in no other known preparation. This remedy is nn absolute and certain specific, and succeeds when all other medicines fail. A cure is warranted. Notice. Excursionists to camp meetings, expositions, etc., should secure insuranco in tho Travelers' Accident Insuranco Co. beforo starting. A ticket insuring S3,000 incase of death from accident, and $15 weekly indemnity in case of disability costs but 25 cents a, day. M. F. Marsh, Agent, Sutton street. KUTA1L MARKET. Corrected dally by O. V. Geiskl, grocer, Se:oud htreet, Maysville, Ky. klouk. Limestone 3 7 00 Maysville Family Giii Old Gold, 7 00 Mason County 9V!5 Kentucky Mills 0 00 Mauolin, now 5 75 Uutter.Tfltb 1520 I,nrd, 9 12V, EK8, 1 doz .. V2 Moalty peck 0 Chickens 1523 Molasses, fancy 70 Coal Oil, W Bu. 20 Sugar, granulated l to 10 A.p . iu " yellow V lb 80 Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey 12 Hams, sugar cured ft lb lo Uacon, breakfast 11 lb - 15 Hominy, ty Kallon 15 Means ft gallon 4o Potatoes V peek, now .. 15 Cnllee 12ftl6 ST A OF, LINE. jrnysvlllo and Mt. Carmcl. DnllY lino Leaves Alt. Carmel at 0 a. m arrives at Maysvillo at 0:!50a. m., and returns at 2:30 p.m. Leave orders ntW. A. l. Second 8t. J.J. AlcOAKTHEf. BIiijHVtllo nml 11 u r to n vl lie. rpi.1 .rtnn1p1 1 1 ti Tiifto.In Thursday and Saturday. Louvo Ilurtonvlllo at On. m. Re turning, leaves Maysvillo at 2:30 p. m. Orders sliould bololtatYaucoy AAloxandor's livery stable. 8. K. POLLITT. Muynvlllo una Sit. Olivet. Arrives at 10 a. m. Leaves at 2 p. m. Leave orders at Yancey Alexander's .livery stable. It. n. POLLITT, Prop'r. CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sto. Lewis Vanden, Proprietor. WAIT! WAIT! WAIT! This Speaks of the ONLY BIG SHOW Coming to Maysville This Season. Thursday, AUGUST 9, Is the day fixed. No Sooner. No Later. tK ;jasr tig8g&i'. O'BRIBIT'S OX .A. BIG HAiMDENBERCER & CO.'S rlOYAL GiUGUS AND ENGLISH MENAGERIE AND THE GREAT ASTLEY'S BRITISH MUSEUMMQUARIUM A colossal consolidation of Giuantic Railroad Shows, will positively exhibit at MAYSVILLR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9. Nn Sooner. No Later. The Largest Menagerio since Noah filled the ark by divine command. 49 " .Jp. . -- j e. ;-y. r.jg5gS3 SHOWS, DE1TS. 49 Elephant on earth, the gigantic mastodon six tons weight, one hundred and Yoti will see a mammoth RHINOCEROS. SEE THE ONLY MASSIVE You will see the lanrist performing "Empress, twelve teet high and thirty-one years old. TWO TOH YOU "WILL BLUE HORNED HOUSE. YOU WILL SEE A GENUINE TAPIR, or HiPPOTAftlUS GF'THE AMAZON. YOU WILL SEE THE ONLY ESEQYPTIAN YULPUS. YOU WILL SEE CRYSTAL TANK A MASSIVE OF SUA LIONS. ' " . You will see Baby Lions, Baby Hyenas, Baby Camels, Baby Tigers and Baby Monkeys. YOU WILL SEE The Finest Street Parade ever in this citj Two Monster Circusos, five Lady Equestriennes, twenty-seven Graceful Gymnasts, six Hurricano Malo Riders, flvo Grotesque Clowns, fifty World's Famous Athletes, Russian Voltigeurs, Hindoo Snake Charmers, French Acrobats, Comancho Indians, Zulus, Cadres and Arabs. A VERITABLE WORLD'S FAIR, An existence visible, tangible and absolute Remember this Show Never Divides, Consolidates, or Changes its Dates. All railroads run cheap excursion rates. Mako this a grand gala holiday. Como in town early, and don't fail to seo tho grand stroot parado. Five Great Tableau Cars, Gilded Dens, threo Bands of Music, Jubiloo Singers, Mardi Gras Festivities, &c. Admission 50 conta; Children 25 conts. Don't bo deceived. Tho dato is Maysville, Thursday, August 9. Carlisle, Wednesday, August 8.