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DAILY EVENING- BULLETIN
ftTURSlXVYnWENING FEB 8 1882
Ukkokr the Spring Is fairly In
Our hills horsunsblno gliding
The people may expect to see
A score of houses building
Now this Is true as sure ns fate
And not mere idle blowliig
For any one with half an eye
Can see that we are growing
Tim river is rising
Pine Apple Hams for sale at George II
Hcisors - f4dw2w
Rememiikk the matinee Saturday after
noon at two oclock Reduced prices
The Daily Bulletin will be issued at
noon on Monday county court day
There will be one thousand copies circu
lated
-Me A R Glascock has for sale a farm
of seventy acres of good land convenient
ly located and in a good neighborhood
which ho proposes to sell at a bargain
Seo advertisement
One thousand copies of the the Daily
Bulletin will be printed and circulated on
Monday county court day We have still
some advertising space for sale Adver
tisements for that issue should be handed
in by Saturday v
o
The Globe Tobacco warehouse an old
and reliable establishment at Cincinnati
is represented hero by Mr Perry Jeffer
son who will arrange on Satisfactory terms
for shipments of tobacco The Globe has
done well to secure such a good agent
J3L
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
H V Uigsen and wife to L G Auxier lot of
ground in Kectorville consideration 1050
W W Ball to C P Cook lot on Fleming pike
this city consideration 205
Maftln Grimes and wife to William Trouts
house and lot on west side of Market street be
tween Front and Seeond consideration 84000
Marshal Ed Fitzgerald yesterday ar
rested as a suspicious character a negro
who gave his name as William Jones and
found upon his person a file a screw
driver a chisel and forty three keys
Among the latter were the keys stolen
from the new residence of Dr A II
Wall several months ago The negro
claimed to have bought the keys at Cin
cinnati but refused to make any further
explanation concerning them He is now
in jail
The reporter only has rumor for the belief
that Poweris a bully and dead beat Vauco
burg Courier
Mr Charles T Power of this city is the
person referred to in the above paragraph
Ho is the son of the late Hugh Power a
nephew of Captain James Power of Aber
deen and of Mr Newton Cooper and is a
member of the firm of Hugh PowerSons
one of the leadingbusiness firms of Mays
yille He is not a dead beat nor is he a
bully but on the contrary has the
reputation of being a quiet and respecta
ble citizen
The Washington Life Insurance Com
pany of Now York has appointed M F
Marsh of this city their agent in this sec
tion of the county The Washington is
one of the most reliable companies in ex
istence Its assets amount to the round
sum of 6000000 It issues on the non
forfeitable dividend sfstetn by which the
policy is kept in force for years even
though the premiums had not been paid
whon iio It hagaltvay bcon prompt in
paying every cotat of the dividends de
larjo4 jhifrwor of4 its policy holders Mr
Marsli wiU takp pleWri waitingon
ariy bftS who defcires a pdlicy i
ARBIVAL OF THE TROOPS AT LEX
INGTON
Enthusiastic Reception by the Citizens
Banquet at the Phamix Hotel
Special to the Daily Buiktix
Lexington Ky February 9 1882 The
Lexington Guards and the McCreary
Guards arrived here last night at half past
six oclock having in charge tbo Ashland
murderers An immense crowd of people
assembled to welomo them home The
streets wdro literally jammed with per
sons eager to get a glimpse of the fiends
They were taken at once to the jail where
they will be confined until the time set for
their execution when they jvill be re
turned to Catlettsburg After disposing
of the prisoners the Guards were escorted
by the Lexington band to the Phoenix
Hotel where an excellent repast was fur
nished them by the citizens The Mc
Creary Guards left for Frankfort this
morning at seved oclock
Sullivan Ryan
New Orleans La February 9 1SS2
Ryan came over to town last night not
much the worse for wear He dindd with
Sullivan and both drank wine until three
oclock this morning Ryans only dam
age was his upper lip cut At noon he was
preparing to go on the streets as soon as
the rain stopped
New Yoke February 9 No prize fight
in recent years awakened such keen inter
est as did the contest which took place in
Mississippi It is estimated that in this
city 200000 changed hands on the result
The betting on the whole was even
Crowds gathered around the afternoon
newspaper offices and gazed at flie bulle
tin boards and a number of sporting men
assembled at tho office of Byans backers
The result of the fight was not known
there till three oclock Most of them had
money wagered on the assault and as
Ryan was the favorite a feeling of dejec
tion fell when a despatch announced the
defeatofRyan
Wuitean
Washington D C February 9 1882
Guiteau is now out of the hands of the
officers of the court where he was tried
and is under the sole charge of General
Crocker warden of the district jail The
warden said this morning that he did not
think it was safe or proper to admit any
more visitors to see the prisoner He has
detailed the usual extra guard that is
placed over every condemned prisoner
and will maintain it rigidly until the day
of execution
No person whatever will be allowed to
go between this guard and Guiteau except
the cook of the jail charged with serving
his meals He is to have only the ordi
nary jail fare The cook has special in
structions not toallow the prisoners food
otit of his sight for a moment until it is
given to Guiteau The latter will not be
allowed knife and fork He has for some
time been confined in a very small cell to
which he was removed after Mason made
the attack upon his life but tho ventila
tion is not good
A R Glascock Co are now display
ing an unusually handsome and cheap line
of Hamburg edgings which the ladies wb
are sure will bo pleased to see They are
invited to call and look at the stoek The
firm will take pleasure in exhibiting it
Mr Frank E Daggv who represents
Charles E Smith successor to Wilson
Brothers of Cincinnati the well known
and popular manufacturers of mens fur
nishingoodsand shirts is in the city at
the Central Hotel with a full line of
sampler He willbqplerfspd to hiivo all
wfviBhJanyhingin his line give hup1
a call He wilt terhere for thf 90 days
The State Guards at Catlettsburg
mi
The following resolutions were adopted
at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of
the town of Catlettsburg Ky held on the
7th inst and we are reliably assured were
warmly endorsed by the citizens of the town
and county alike These resolutions and
the remarks made by Judge Brown from
the bench at the close of the trials effectu
ally dispose of the charges made by the
Vanceburg Courier of misconduct on the
part of the troops AVo append also -an
editorial article on the subjpet from
the Catlettsburg Democrat
CATTiRTrsiumo Ky Februrary 7 1882
At a meeting of tho Hoard of Trustees of the
town of Catlettsburg Ky on tho 7th day of
February 18S2 M B Goble Chairman presld
Ing -
Wukiikas By nn order of Luke P Black
burn Governor of the Commonwealth of Ken
tucky certain companies of the State Guards
McCreary Guards Capt Price Mason County
Guards Capt Rcspcss Lexinuton Guards
Capt Morton have been stationed in thistown
for four weeks for tho maintenance of law and
order and
Wurkkas A certain newspaper has seen fit
to publish to the world what we know to be
false and slanderous charges against said com
pany of guards
liesolvccl That the good soldiery conductand
gentlemanly bearing of the officers and men
composing the Third Batallion of State Guards
has been such in oar midst as to merit our
hearty congratulations and sincere lespect and
approval
Unsolved That their courtesy and unifonn
respect and kindness to our people and visit
ing strangers in our midst has been lemarked
and favorably commented on and complimen
ted by our whole people
licsolvcdx That in tho name of the citizens of
our lltttle city we tender them our heartfelt
wishes for their happiness and welfare in tho
future and denounce the false and slanderous
reports as to their demerits
Resolved That a copy of the above resolu
tions be sent to tho Kentucky Democrat Lex
ington Press Frankfort Yeoman and
ville papers with a request that they publish
the same
is uoouman
L Stewart
R Fulton
V E Daggy
M B Uoiims
A II Moa an
PlUOHAKD
J C Hopkins
From the Catlettsburg Democrat
The Third Battalion Kentucky State Guards
who have been on duty for the past month loll
last night for their homes Their gentlemanly
bearing and soldierly conduct have been such
as to command the admiration of our citizens
whose best wishes will follow the brave boys
wherever duty calls them as citizens or soldh rs
through the journey of life
o
PERSONALS
Points About People Here and Elsewhere
At the Central
B Plant Cincinnati
A Garrlgan
B G Ridgway
OK Boulden
R Anderson
u
u
P DBrannau
J W Fulton Oxford O
John Walton Atlanta Qa
V IJ Chase Baltimoio
G C Witimer
J Spever Lexington
J W Moulton N Y
EP Wheeler Sard is
IE N Easton Portsmouth
E Ai Gardner Ripley
S If Woods
W P Campbell Carlislo
C Ridireway Yellow Springs O
li V Putholl and wife Greenup
L Tabor
T W Wheeler Loulsvillo
j L Black Philadelphia
J AI Maxwell Indianapolis
Ax article having appeared in the last
issue of tho Maysvillc Republican purport
ing to have been copiel from the Greenup
Ky Gazettc referring to tho arrest of
one Taylor Riley for taking another mans
pocketbook Mr JTaylor Riley of the
Mason County Guards jhas requested us
to publish the following
MAYgviijH Ky February 8 18S2
IlKADQUAUTRUa THIRD BAT K M G J
Wo tho undersigned members of tho vaiious
companies composing the Third Battalion K
S O take this method of refuting the para
graph published by tho Greenup Independent
and copied therefrom by tho Maysvitlo Repub
lican to tho eflqct that Taylor Riley a member
of the Third Baltullon aforesaid did find and
appropriate to his own use without having
flrHt advertised the same as required by law a
purse In Greenup Ky wo know of ourjor
soual knowledge that Taylor Rlloy was not In
the town of Greenup Ky t while on tho recent
trip to Catlettsburg Ky on duty ns a member
of tho Mason County Guards and as far as wo
know has never ueoji in tho town aforesaid
Signed
TiintD Battalion TC S G
By John R Allen Alnjor Commanding
Hunt Doylb have taken tlio agency
for the celebrated Domestic Paper Pat
terns tley will bo on sale by the middle
of ihtempiitbr flvrd
ft
TO IAYS MAKKKTS
4ft
The following are the market quotations up
to noon to day telegraphed to t ho Daily Bul
letin by Outing Miller 4J9 and 35 Pikes
Opera House building Cincinnati O
CHICAGO
Aiarch wheat 51 i
j Alareh pork IS G2U
hud II
ILVLTIMOKK
Alarch wheat 3 1 38
NKW YohJC
March w heat S 1 VI
Markets weak
HKrAlliMAKliKT
Corrected daily by G W Gjciskl grocer Sec
ond street Maysville Ky
KLOUIL
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Limestone
Maysville Family -
Mason Comity
KUjivllIe Kamily
Butter lb
UirdtMh
IArtrj 7 1 itV
l 1 Ijtl t J JILCIV tIMIIM
V Ill iVtIlOMIlt lliltlllIMlinMMtM Mtlt
Turkeys dressed lb
Buckwheat lb
Molasses fancy
V Mil Vl 1 J illMlltMlillilM MUMIIItll llliiIMll
sugar granulated ft b
0 a ft ih
44 yellow ft lb
Hums sugar cure ft n
liJicon hrealctnst ft tt
Ilomlny ft gallon N
Beans ft gallon
PolMtoesft peck
Cofleo
mill
i 8 7
8 00
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4 to
7 50
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F L TRAYSEf
PIANO MANUFACTURER
Front St 4 doors ivest of TSill ISousc
Grand lTprlht and Fquare Pianos also tho
best make of Onnnsat lowest manufacturers
pi ices Tuning and Repairing nl7
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Master Commissioner s Sae
Mason Circuit Court
A Purnellotals Plaintiff
vs Order tl Refoi ence
Thomas Purnell Defendants
Tloplaintirsand deft ndent in the above ac
tion and all persons havinu claims against the
firm Of Purnell Co win appear helore nu at
my ofllceiu Court House Maysville lCy and
present and proye tlielrclannsjon or before the
1st day of March 182 Proof will bo heard
Irom February 20th to March 1st 18 V
GARUKTTS WALL
ff3tw Master Commissioner
F ARM FOR SALE
WILL otror for sale on the prenses on
I SATURDAY FEBRUARY iiih my farm
li miles north of Murphysville and 3 miles
west ol Washington containing JJ ACft 8 of
good land 15 acres of which can he used for to
bacco It has on it a guod log house of three
rooms kitcnen and all necessary outbuildings
It is well watered and has on It a good orchard
of young trees Tho right man can pay for
tills farm in two years from the crops Terms
reasonable and made known on day of sale
Call on G S JUDU Maysville or
MICHAEL
fftkw Murphysvillo Ky
FLOWERS PLANTS
FRESH
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GARDEN
SEEDS
10 HP DlWWVy
Courfetreet Eastsido
MAYSVILLE Ky
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