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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
WEDNESDAY EVE., MARCH 1, 1882.
With balmy Spring upon usliow,
Our Winter ways discardin',
Let's quickly peel our ulsters off
And pitch into that garden.
Lot's hoe and rnke and tumble dirt,
And dare 'em all to bet us.
They can make as good a show
Of early peas and lettuce.
Sucer ham and beef on sale at G. W.
Geisel's Equity Grocery. fl62vd
'
Pine Apple Hums for sale at George H.
Heiser's. f24wltlwd
The steamer W. P. Thompson is out
again and in her old trade.
Tiik Bank of Maysville declared this day
a semi-annual dividend of four per cent.
Mr. John B. Sheridan, of the Catholic
Universe, published at Cleveland, Ohio,
was inMaysvillethis week.
IIkavy reduction in tresh oysters, fish !
and canned goods. John Wiieeleu.
lmd 81, Market street.
The vacancy of assistant teacher of
District school No. ., was filled at the
meeting of the school board last night by
the appointment of Miss Sallic Burrows.
Col. Fiiank S. Owens, Aid-de-camp to
the Governor, lasi night, at the armory,
paid to the members of the Mason County
Guards, $2,207, the amount due them for
their services during the Catlettsburg
trials.
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:
J E Palmer to Walter Mathews grantor's interest
(one twenty-fourth) in two hundred and
twenty-three acres of laud, on Lee's
$i,3n0.
Jane E Fry and husband to Louis Forth, lots
No. 40 and 101 in Chester. consdoration,$620.
James N Morrison and others to Philip Clark
grantor's interest in lot of ground on the Fleming
pike in Maysville.Ky. consideration, $20.
The Good Templar's Supper at Neptune
Hall, Tuesday evening, was a pleasant and
successful affair. The receipts amounted
to about sixty dollars. It will be repeated
this evening at the same place, by general
request. On this occasion there will be
two fine gold rings given away one to the
most popular young lady and the other to
the most popular gentleman. The ring
awarded last night was voted to Miss
Lizzie Greenwood. All of our citizens
who sympathize with the temperance
movement are invited to be present.
The members of the new military company
met at the Court House Monday night
and perfected an organization. The company
will be known as the Emmet Guards
and will bo mustered into the State service
immediately. The following is a list of
the officers elected :
Captain-E. W. Fitzgerald.
First Lieutenant lild. Lenard.
Second Lieutenant John T. .Short.
First Sargeant- M. J. McCarthy.
Second Sargeant Wm. Fitzgerald,
Third Sargeant Hugh O'Donnell.
Fourth Sargeant Wm. Moran,
First Corporal Thomas Hickey,
econu corporal v, ,i. uiarfc.
Third Corporal Wm. Conloy.
Fourth Corporal Mike Swift.
Sale.
The following property was sold by C.
F. Taylor, Auctioneer, for Mr. George
Humphreys, near Lewisburg :
5 yearling steers at $30 $180 00
1 cow 53 50
1 cow 54 00
1 cow 46 50
1 cow 55 75
1 old cow '. 38 00
2 slicop 23 00
1 mule Ill 00
1 roan mure .. 80 75
1 sorrel horse 119 00
1 roan horse 1G1 00
1 old bay horse 47 00
1 SOW.aud pigs 23 00
Hogs, 7c per pound; hams, 0l ; shoulders,
14; sidea 151 '
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Monthly Reports of the Principals
Standing; and Deportment of the l'upils
Average Attendance.
Helow we give the staudlng and deportment
in the public schools of the city tor the mouth
ending February 28:
man school no. I w. w kiciieson, pkincipal
Seniors.
St. Den
Willie Cochran..l00 100
Chas. Collins 05 10J
Eddie Gelsel 7 08
John Hise 91 9t)
Wm. Heiser H8 U0
James Rains 09 100
Leo Lovel 85 85
C. Mathews 99 09
Chas. Martin 99 99
James Martin... 98 99
F. Mannen 100 100
Ed. Hubbard 97 99
P. Pogue 100 93
Duke Itudy 99 100
John Rains 98 100
J. B. Russell 9o 915
Chas. Wood 98 99
L. Creighbaum.. 97 100
A.Rogers 97 100
Annie Ryan 100 100
A. Rosondall 98 100
C Sousley 98 100
Katie Smith 100 100
Amie Traxel ....100 100
Emma Trout3...U0 100
Ella Wallace 98 100
Hattie Fllson... 99 100
Ida Thompson..l')iJ 100
Jas. Cochran 100 100
S. Hutchinson.. 97 99
Julia Ryan 98 100
May Toup 100 100
A. Burrows 98 100
George Jones 9!) 100
Daisy Best 93 1C0
..100 95
.. 90 9j
St. Den
L.B. Rosondall.. 93 90
F. Russell 9)
Win.K. Smith... 95
Frank Byrne 95
Chas. T. Pearce.. 9.1
George Traxel... 8
Wm. Hetlin 95
H. Outten 90
St.
Mollie Hoxt 95
Emma Hext 95
Annie Walsh 95
LouScndder 97
Agnes Sousley... 90
B. Hubbard 98
M. Rickotts 93
Ella Newell 98
M. Bertram 95
Jas. itzgesald... 95
99
Juniors.
981 Pearce Mills.
Burt MeNemer
Geo. D. Young.
St. Dep.
Wm. R. Davis.... 94
John Dersch 99
Wm. B. Eastou. 97
Orlando lies 98
A. January 97
Wm. Johnson... 97
Wm. McDonald. 00
T.C.Pogue 98
Dudley Sadler.... 98
Win. so ward 97 09 1
Ernest Uassidy.. 99 9S
DISTRICT '0. 1 11. C. SMITH, PRINCIPAL.
K. A. Burrows
G. llelmer
t snoepmeyer. sw
Robert Toup 97
Benj. Wood 98
N. Athorton 97
L. Chamberlain. 99
Phoebe Forman. 93
F. Frank 98
D. Hubbard 93
S. Metcalf IW
Ida Nicholson... 97
Julia Ross 97
B. Strode 97
Lucy Wilson.... 99
Mattie Worielc.lOO
A.Wallace 90
Bettie West 98
MattleCuinmins 98
Wm. Mefl'ord 98
John Schnelle... 88
Grade G.
St. Dep.
DISTfc ICT NO. 311. K. WILLIAMS, PRINCl PAL.
Cora Porter
1 1. Hampton
Kosa Williams
mia Wedding...
Lillie Stephens
RosaLiitlojohn
May Duke
Win. Frlstoe
M. Newman
Pierce Becket
O. Stockdale..
Grade E.
St. Den
,. 99 99
. 91
,. 93
. 98
. 9!)
93
99
99
HO
08
93
. 9S 100
.100 Kit,
09
. 92
. 07
. 93
99
90
98
99
95
100
96
99
98
98
90
100
07
99
90
97
99
98
95
Hit)
9!)
100
99
100
99
100
99
100
9o
100
99
97
St. Dei).
O. C. Wheelei .... DJ 90
,'e F.
Si. Dep.
Chas. Rudy 90 90
Frank Eitel 00 90
Jacob Weiand.... 90 90
Frank Dinger.... 90 90
F. Landcraft 90 9 i
Jacob Jorgor 90 90
Chas. Skiuner... 90 80
Grade E.
St. Den
Emma Eitel 90 90
Bettie Easton 100 100
A.B.Thompson 85 100
Alice Wells 95 95
Wm. Sparks 95 90
Susan Pickett...l00 100
St. Den.
Jacob Roller 100 95
Walter Rudy 100 95
Clitrord Gibson.. 95 99
James Tolle U0 95
Chas.FansIer 80 85
DISTRICT NO. 2 JOSIAII WILSON, PRINCIPAL.
Grade E.
F.Davis
J. Burrows
Katie Heiser....
Thos. Oldham.
M. Sheppard...
E Purnell
Thos. Russell...
Harry Walsh...
M. McMulIon..,
Geo. Sousley
Lillie Grant
St. Dei).
. 99 99
,. 99 99
. 98
, 92
.. 97
.. 91
.. 93
.. 95
. 93
. 95
99
97
99
95
9)
95
98
90
93 93
Ed. Tudor....
Nettie Powell.
M.Bierley
Frank Yago...,
Robert Ross....
F. Roser
Robt. Clayton
Edith Young..
E. Altmeyer....
II. Schatzman
W. J. Cassldy
SI. Dep.
.. 95 1)3
... 90
... 99
... 92
... 97
... 90
... 97
... 90
98
99
9J
98
9a
99
.. 98 100
u 95 98
... 90 98
Grade F.
Dei). Sit. Den.
00 Clias. Aloriord... 'Jo JU
99 P. McDonald.... 91 100
03 James Foster 90 95
99 Chas. Smith 98 90
100 Chas. S. Young.. 98 98
100 Steven Lowrey.. 00 99
100 E. Helnier 91 100
100 A. Schatzman. ..100 100
93 John Shea 95 "93
Grade G.
St. Dep.
E Schatzman.. 99 lt;0
Etlio Foster 99
Ella Burrows 99
A. Bertram 97
Edgar Mitchell.. 1M
Walter Cady 99
100
100
St. Den.
Benj. Davis 101)
Win. II. Wilson,
C. Russell
Thos. Lai ley
98
99
95
95
.100
, 99
09
99
99
100
93
99
98
St. Dep.
Chas. Rudy 100 97
Wm. Chisholm.100 97
L.Stanton ll'O 97
Wm. Wilt 99 99
Hassle Haucko.. 99 99
Chas. Duke 99 08
George Frank.. 100 98
A. Haney 93 99
J Walllngford.,.100 98
Lela Martin 1(0 100
J. Martin HO 98
S. Haney 91 99
Grade F.
St. Den
Mamie lhiwson 01 98
Fanny Ort 99 97
Ella Forman.... 9.1 97
Nora Bloom 98 98
Laura Potter.... US 08
May Wood 93 08
Rosa Stephens... 98 07
Sallio Burgoyne 99 90
Llzzio Bailey 1)8 99
Anna Yago 100 100
Anna Dawson.. 08 97
Ida Bloom 08 OS
Grade G.
St. Den.
LutaStepheus...iO0 100
M. Littlelohn....l00 100
Nina Bridges., ..100 100
B Llttlejohn 10) 100
Rosa Yago 100 100
Anna B. Hill 100 100
Pierce Stanton. 100 98
St. Dep.
James Lynch.... 97
Chas. Chambers 90
Robert Cobb 93
John Taylor 97
G. Daugherty.... 98
C. Spromburg...l00
Hugh Nesbltt.... 99
H. Wedding 02
niuce Stick ley.. 97
Birt Holliday... 99
Ross Nicholson 90
99
98
90
98
98
99
98
99
98
97
97
St. Dep.
R. Walll.igfowLiOO u
Enoch Powell.. 100 99
Frank Roberfs..l00 100
Stockton WoodlOO 99
H. Williams I 0 99
Ohos. Stenhens.lOO 100
Amelia Miller....l00 100
COLORED SCHOOL-D. L. V. MOFKETT, l'KINCIl'AL.
St. Dei.
F. Reynolds 85
A. Coombs 83
O. Duval
Susie Moore 80
Alice Pnxton..... 80
Annie Young
Ella Morton
Julia Young
Fannie Tate.... M)
J. Humphrey... 80
C. Smith 85
Letha Jones 80
Mary Green
John Howe
Annie Green.... 80 8u
Ella Smith
S. Simpson
80
80
85
80
unaries ureau... yo o
Bertie Gordon... 70 70
Irene Barnes 75 9.)
Silvia Smith
85
90
80
8(1
name ciam 7o to
Geo. Green
St. Den.
W. Williams
Ed. Smith 8-5 83
John Lear 85 90
Wm. Sandford.. 80 80
Lizzie Smith 73 N)
Belle Fox 80 90
Bettie Burns
Wm. Coleman
Hattie Coombs. 95 90
Lizzie Coleman
Lydie Walker... 80 80
Carrie Holton
Hattie Lewis
Albert Lee .-. 90 90
Annie Edwards 80 80
Mary Adams 80 80
H. Humphrey.. 80 70
Wm. Bell 90 90
W. Robinson 8o 9i)
Lizzie Edwards. 70 70
John Fields 90 90
The following is a report of the average
at-
tendance of pupils in the above schools and
the colored school, for the month ending September
30, 1881.
ATTENDANCE.
High No. 1 01
DistrictNo. 1 11'
District No. 2 101
District No. .' l.vJ
Colored school 79
Total ?.!
PEItSONALS.
Points About People Here and Elesewhere
Miss Belle Edmonds, of Cincinnati, is
visiting friends in Maysville.
Mr Richard Power, of St. Louis', is visiting
his father, Mr. Robert Power, of this
city.
nvwvam
MAKitEi:n.
February 27. 1832, at the bride's father. Miss
ALETHIA B.DIAS to Mr. LUTHEKTUCKEU
all of this county.
TO-DAY'S MARKETS.
CHICAGO.
April wheat 51 27TH
pork 17 mi
" lard 10 70
May corn 0-1
Markets firm.
it Utahmarket.
Corrected daily by G. W. GEiSKL.groce
ond street, Maysville, Ky.
FLOUR.
Limestone
Maysville Family
Maysville City
Mason County
Eiizaville Family
Butter, 1 lb , !....
Lard, IBID
Eggs, doz
Meal Tj peck ,
Chickens
Turkeys dressed "$ lb
Buckwheat, "$ lb
Molasses, fancy
Coal Oil, T) gal
Sugar, granulated ty lb
" yellow & lb
Hams, sugar cureil "ft tb
Bacon, breakfast lb
Hominy, 1 gallon..
Beans, 1 gallon
Potatoes TjJ peek
Coffee
r, Sec-
8 25
7 50
8 CO
7 60
7 2fl
10
I Ml 16
1"51
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m2
si)
ID-.,
li
910
J 'u, 1.ri
M(i 15
L'5
50
(a-U)
15(u2'
T GHTN1NG RODS. 'J lie most approved ai.d
Xj
safest rods in use at lowest prices. See
samples and learn prices at Myall it Riley'.s
L. CHAM ERA CO.
in. 1329.
STOVE and TIN Store
C. H. FRANK & CO.,
5 f . geconi street, - MAYSVILLE, Ky,,
as successors to J. W. Frank &Son.,
Would respectfully state they are receiving
and will keep a full supply of Wood and Coal
Cooking Stoves combined or most modern !m
provemonts Wood Cookingand HeatlngStoves
of all kind on hand with a full line of Grates,
Holloware, Stoneware, Tin, Japanned, Wood
and Wlllowware, which wo otter such inducements
that cannot fall to please. Wo ask the
public to call and examine our stock and soo
for themselves. Particular attention paid to
Job work. 5 west Second street, below Sutton.
mar'2 C. H. FRANK & CO,
fO'hnw
Ua
NOTICE.
rpHK KENTUCKY SAW AND PLANING
1 MILL have admitted JAMES J.
to the firm. All persons indebted to
the late firm will please call and settle, as it Is
necessary to close up the old business. Thankful
tor past favors and hoping a continuance
of the same. COLLiNS, RUDY & CO.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Mahon Circuit Court.
Wm. P. Watkins, Exrs. Plaiutifls.
vs. Notice to Creditors.
Gurney & Dodson and Geo.Dodson. Defendants
By virtue of an order made In the above action
at the January term, 1882, all person having
claims against the trust estate ol Gurney &
Dodson, will present and prove them belore
me on or before March 1.', 182, at niv olllce ou
Con it street. G A R R ET t' S. V ALL,
LOlt Master Commissioner.
Houses and Lots for Sale
jiORTY Chester Lots, all well locsited. Two
aeant, Lots, and oiu sinal
GARDEN
11 Brie House
In Fitt'.i Ward ol Maysville. Ky. Two Frame
Ha uses and one filly-loot Vacant Lot in First
Ward. Terms reasonable. Apply to
tlMtwlwd W. W. BALL. Clerk's Odice.
Master Commissioner's Safe.
Mi,ison Circuit Court.
A. Purnell et als. Plain till.
vs. Order oi Reference,
Thomas Purnell, Defendants'
Theplaintitrs and defendont in the above action,
and all persons having claims :ig dust the
firm ol Purnell & Co.. will appear before me at
my ofllce in Court House, .Maysville. Ky., and
present and prove their claims on or b 'tore the
1st dav of Match, 18-2. Prool will be heard
from February Ut.th to March lst,iKS2.
GARRKTTS WALL,
fOatw MaMei Commissioner.
FLO WEitS, PLANTS
FRESH
AN!)
11
H. HL COX?
Cc ur street .side,
M tSVILLK. Ky
'J &
House and Sign Pa n'er.
Paper Hanger, Gi iner. (ilzior, A" Order
left at Geo ge f. Wo m1'. drug .store will he
promptly attended to. All wmk wi.nailed.
Charges reasonable 19 tf
NEW STOKE,
NEW SHOES
and BOOTS
Ol every deseiiptftn Will be to iiaveyi u
call and examine
STYLE, QUALITY and PRICES,
J. HENRY PECOR,
2nd door below Rank of Maysville. f'J'l
'
F. L. TRAYSER,
PIANO MANUFACTURER
Front SI., I doors nest of If ill Houhc
Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also the
best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers'
prices; Tuning and Repairing. nl7.
NOTICE.
persons Indebted to the lato firm of
GFORGI3COX A SON (Georgo Cox & Wm.
Cox,) will please make payment without.delay
Those having claims against either of the parties
will present the same for payment.
Wm, H. COX,
Surviving Partner of George Cox & Sou.
NEW FIRM.
riiHE business of the late firm of George Cox
JL & Son will be continued under the fRTne
name and stylo. jo Wm. H. CcX.

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