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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 18, 1882.
Uentlk Spring, the Hearenly maid,
Hor buds and blossoms bringing,
"With dainty tread, wilt soon be here,
To set tho birds n singing.
Sho'd better bring her overshoes,
'TIs true and more's tho pity,
For she will And, wo gratly fear,
A very dirty city.
Look out for Chenowoth & Co.'s seed
AV. B. Mathews & ,Co. received a large
raft of logs this week.
Corn sells here at 90 cents a bushel too
high as compared with the price elsewhere.
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The river is rising fast to-day, and a
heavy swell is reported coming from above.
Chickens are two dollars a dozen and
butter twentycents a pound, at Flemings-burg.
. Mk. Wm. McOlannaiian', city assessor,
will enter upon his duties on the 10th of
The high water is already in some of the
.. houses in the bottom on the East side of
Ouk anvertisers are welcome to all the
courtesies the Bulletin can extend. Their
success is our success.
Any of our subscribers who fail to receive
their papers promptly will oblige us
by notifying us of the fact.
The residence of Thomas F. Summers,
near- Poplar Plains, was broken into by
thieves a few days ago and robbed.
John "W. ITeflin has bought the Stock-well
property at Flemingsburg, for $3,725.
It is to be divided into building lots.
Usual services in the Presbyterian
Church to-morrow morning and evening
conducted by the pastor, Rev. A. E. Kennedy.
George Cline was arrested at Carlisle,
on Sunday, charged with outraging the
person of Miss Martha Vaughn, a cousin
of his wife.
The season of Lent begins next Wednesday
the 22nd inst., and continues for forty
days. There will be the usual services at
the Episcopal and Catholic churches.
A few of the old-fashioned cork inkstands,
of our grand-fathers' day, may be
had atC. B. Anderson's hardware store on
Second street. They are going of! rapidly
The saleof tho personal property of Mr.
A. 11. Thompsons at Clark's Station last
Thursday, was well attended and everything
sold broughtgood prices. Mr. George
C. Goggin was the auctioneer.
Bruce Champ's Bourbon News, published
at Millersburg, is to be removed to
Paris, and will appear as a semi-weekly.
Wo wish tho enterprise a better fate than
brother Champ predicted for our little
Rev. E. 0. GumtuANiythe popular ana
efficient evangelist of tho Synod of Kentucky,
is expected to visit Maysvillo soon,
to assist Mr. Kennedy in a series of meetings.
Dr. Guerrant has a host of warm
personal friends in our city who will give
nim a most cordial welcome.
Points About People Here and Elcsewhcrc
Air. and Mrs. Victor Gilman are at St.
Uncle Peter Edginton, Maysville's famous
grate-setter, is going to remove to
Kansas City, Mo.
Dr. J. T. Strode, returned yesterday,
from Cincinnati where he has been attending
tho musical Festival. Wo are
to him for the programme 6f the Mardi-Gras,
at New Orleans on the 22d inst.
Mr. Jacob Boyd and Misa Eliza Hendricks,
runawavs from Bath countv were
married at Aberdeen, this morning, and
were tho guests of the Central Hotel.
At the Central :
C A Chesley, Cincinnati
W P Campbell, Carlisle
Miss Layeock. Sarclina. O
" Howe, Flncastle, O
J Ji Letehell, KC UK
G W Lewis,
C L Brown,
S W Coons, Philadelphia
C LGllmore, Louisville
J W Robinson, "
T C Wilson, Vanccburg
T A Mitchell.
L Hendrix, Bath county
L AI Clark, Cincinnati
J T Cassidy,
II B Porter, Lima, Peru
J A Sparks, Vaneeburg.
J Meads, Baltimore
Itll Grant. Philadelphia
A M Johnston, Portsmouth, O
TTOrin, Tyrone, Pa
Mr. Brother, Altona, Pa
v Donnelly, rs Y
PC Cole, Chicago
D R Ciucraft and wife, Paris, 111
The editor of the Bulletin is indebted to
his friends of the East End Reed and Cornet
Band for a delightful serenade last
night, a compliment he fully appreciates
and for which he returns his grateful acknowledgements.
The band is improving
rapidly in its music and must some day
become the equal of our best musical organizations.
The people of East Mays-ville
are all much interested in the success
of the band and would be gratified to see
it take a place in the front ranks of music,
and to none of them would it give greater
pleasure than to the writer of this article.
Terrible Explosion at Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia, February 18, 1SS2. A
building used for the manufacture of fire
works at Chester, this state was destroyed
by an explosion yesterday that killed or
maimed every human being within fifty
yards of ic. The explosion was caused by
spark from a stove igniting the fireworks
stored in the building. Sixteen persons
were instantly killed and many of them
were horribly mangled, while a large num
ber of others were wounded and buried
under the ruins.
Sales of Land.
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court since
our last report :
Dr. James Shacklefoid and wife to Charles
II. Deal, one lot on south side of Filth street,
Charles Jordan and wife to Charles W. Williams,
three acres ot land, on Johnson's Fork,
of Llektng river, consideration, $150.
Killed by n Bridge.
Cincinnati, O , February IS, 1SS2. C.
S. Cone, Jr., General Passenger Agent, of
the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, was
killed at North Vernon, Ind., by his head
coming in contact with a post while the
train ho was -on was passing under a
bridge. His skull was badly fractured.
Small-Pox at Augusta.
Augusta, Ky., February 18, 1S82.
Frederick Young, colored, deck hand on
the steamer Ohio, returned home a few
days ago sick, and since his disease has
been pronounced small-pox. The town is
very'much excited over the case;
Sliced ham and beef on sale at G. W.
Geisql's Equity Grocery. flG2wd
Ma. Geouge W. Adaih, has been appointed
United States Commissioner in
place of Mr. T. 0. Campbell, who resgined
several weeks ago.
The meeting at the M. E. Church, South,
1 l mi 1 Mil. li,(
uiosuu JLiiursusiy uveiiiug. jlhu rusuus
were nine accessions and eight conversions
with a general revival of the membership.
Five were received into full connection on
last Sunday. The remainder will be
baptized Sunday morning and received
Mk. George It. Gill is prepariug a paper
on the subject of the cultivation of
white burlev tobacco in the Mason countv
district, which the planters will find fully
covers the subject. We hope to see it
printed in pamphlet form, that those interested
may have the advantage of Mr.
An explosion with serious results occurred
a few days ago on Blue Creek, Adams
county, O. Jas. Carter who keeps a saloon
there, saw a mouse in one of the shelves
and fired his pistol at it. The ball went
into a can of powder, and exploding it tore
the building to pieces, and seriously injured
one of the persons present.
At Manchester. O., to the wife of Mr. II.. I. B.
Marshall, a daughter.
At Manchester, O., to the wife of Mr. A D.
Singer, a son.
At Manchester, O.. February 12. 1SS2. MissL.
B. DAltNELL to Mr. O. C. BRADFORD.
The following are the market quotations up
to noon to-day, telegraphed to the Daily Bulletin
by Guthrie & Miller, 29 and 35 Pike's
Opera House building, Cincinnati, O.:
March wheat S 1 23
May corn M
March pork.. 17 55
lard 10 70
March wheat U
March heat SI
HUT AIL MARKET.
Corrected daily by G. Y Geisel, grocer, Second
street, May&ville, Ky.
Limestone 3 S 25
Maysvillo Family 7 50
Maysvillo Ulty S 00
Mason County 7 50
Ellzaville Family 7 25
Butter, ft lb A'i
Eggs, tUloz lf
Meal "$ peck in
Turkeys dressed eUb IU(jl2
Buckwheat, ft lb G
Molasses, fancy feu
Coal Oil, ft gal 20
Sugar, granulated ft lb J 1 3 .
' A. ft lb li
" yellow ft lb. 010
Hams, sugar curel ft lb 15
Bacon, breakfast. ft lb U(gl5
Hominy, ft gallon 25,
Beans, ft uallon 50
Potatoes T;l peck SO-H)
J. T. CASSIDY. !? F. M. "YOUNG.
Wholesale and Retail
Gr IFfc O C !E XI S,
Produce and Commission Merchants, 39 Market
Street, (li. F. Thomas & Co.'s old stand.)
Ky. Dealors in all kinds ot Field and
Garden Seeds, Flour, Fruits, Potatoes, Bacon
and Lard, pure Liquors ot all kind, Canned
Goods a specialty. Highest market price paid
either In cash or trade for all kinds of Country
Pioduce. Consignments solicited. 12;lly
Master Commissioners Sale.
Mason Circuit Court.
A. Purnell el uls. Plaintiff.
vs. Order of Reference,
Thomas Purnell, Defendants
Tho plaintiffs and defendant In tho above action,
and all persons 'havlug claims against tho
tlrm of Purnell &. Co.. will appear before mo at
my office In Court House, Muysville, Ky and
present and prove their claitris.on or beforo tho
1st day of March, 1332. Proof will be heard
from February 20th to March 1st, 1882.
.. GARRETT 8. WALL,
f93tvr ,. Master Commissioner.'
Rare and Valuable Tobacco Seed.
rilHE Celebrated North Carolina Gooch To-X
bacco.upon reliable authority soils from 85
cents to 32 per pound. 1 have a few packages
of this pure and genuine Seed to dispose of at
50 cciiIn per ounce, mailed to order. Apply
to W.M.S. RAND,
Illdawtf Vanceburg, Ky.
C. S. Miner & Bro.,
LEATHER and FINDINGS.
Maysville, Ky., .January 18, IHS2,
rM K linn ot l INMIt & PECOR was dissolve.1
JL January 1st, 1W2, by mutual consent, J. II
Pecor retiring. The business will lie conducted
at the old stand, corner Second and Sutton
streets, by the undersigned under tliu tlrm style
olC.S. MINER & BUG.
Wm. C. AI IN EH.
MASON CIRCUIT COURT.
William ('. Howard's, Adin. 11 l.ntill.
William V. Ho ward ' Heirs, iVc. Defendants.
By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Salt of
the Maon Ciicuit Court, ruudur d at the October
term thereof, l.Stfl. in tho above cause, 1
shall proceed to oiler lor sale, on He premise-,
on the Dover mil Ripley Kerry Ro-id neat tho
lerry, to tlie higheM and bust bidder -U public
Saturday, 4th of March, 1382,
at one o'clock p. in,, upon a credit of one-third
iu six mouths, one-third in twelve inont h and
one-third in eighteen mom lis trom div ot s do
1 the following described mopert v, to- vn: I'.cinn
! Lot No. li In the Pint oi Division oi the lands uf
James liownid, deceas d,aud situated on the'
Dover and Riplc. Imtin TiifipiUe in Mason
county, Ky.. and uc ii the Rlpiuv k" I'.. , and
II ACRES and i ROOD,
Also at the same time at d on the
adjoining, nnd upoii s.une tc.r.s. s i 1 1 oe sold
t lie undivided
of a tract of Twenty- El ve Acres oi land, that
was assigned to the widow of James Howard,
deceased, as dowui, said uudh idcl sixth bein?
sold subject to the dower, ot Mrs. Jas Howard.
For the puichase price, the purchiser. with
approved surety or sureties must ex. cute bond
bearing kt;al interest irotn oaiy of sale, according
to law. Ridder will be piepu red to comply
promptly with tlise terms payable to
Garrett S. Wall, .Muster Commissioner.
(JARRE ITS. WALL.
FARM FOR SALE.
WILL oiler for sale on the prem'ses, on
I SATURDAY, FEDRUAitY, 2ih, my farm
2 miles noilh of Murph.vsville nnd miles
west ot Washington, containing (!) ACR H of
good land, 15 acres of which can be used for tobacco.
It has on it ag od log house ot threo
rooms kilcneu and all necessary 'outbuildings.
It Is well watered and has on it a good orchard
of young trees. The right man can pay for
this (arm in two years from the crops. Terms
reasonable and made known on day of sale.
Call on U. a. JUDL, Maysvillo. or
fl)3tw Murphysville, Ky.
Master Commissioners Sale.
Mason Circuit Court.
Win. P. Watklns, Exrs. Plaintiffs.
vs. Notice to Creditors.
Uurney & Dodson, et als. Defendants.
By virtue of an order made in the above action
at the January term, 1882, all person having
claims against tho trust estate ot Gurney &
Dodson, will present and prove them before
me on or before March l.'l, Is2, at mv olllce on
Cou rt street. UARFt E l' r S. W A L L,
fiGlt Master Commissioner.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons indebted to tho trust estate of
LANE & MARTIN, are requested to call
at the law office of Stanton & Larew without,
delay and settle same with mo. Those having
claims against said estate will present them to
me to bo audited lor settlement.
,. , , LAREW.
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