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Daily evening bulletin. (Maysville [Ky.) 1881-1882, February 17, 1882, Image 3

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Last night our honored City Dads
In solemn council meeting
Did resoluto to send these words
Unto tho poople greoting
Regarding city ofllcers
Tostuto thocnso in brief
Woll compromise by letting you
Pick out the Police Chief
The river is rising
The railroad news is not bad to day
Sliced ham and beef on sale at G W
Geisela Equity Grocery flG2vd
Iluius Martin is to take charge of the
Bank Hotel at Ripley next April
Mr Albert is engaged moving hid stock
to the new store on Second street
The wife of Mr Newton Jackson for
merly of Ripley died a few days ago at
Mr L P Dietericii has for sale a good
dwelling house in East Maysville See ad
James Mulligan who escaped from the
Georgetown Ohio jail was recaptured by
the sheriff of Brown countv
The retail market printed in the Bulle
tin is changed every day br Mr G VV
Geisel and may be relied upon as correct
The congregation of the First Presby
terian Church will worship at the Chapel
in the Fifth Ward on Sunday as is their
custom Rev John Barbour will preach
morning and evening The public are in
vited to be present
Alijeut Taylor colored charged with
an assault upon Capt Stover had his ex
amination before Mayor January and was
held to appear for trial at the next circuit
court in the sum of one hundred dollars
He gave a good bond and was released
from custody
The pocket knife made by the Walden
Knife Company of New York sold by
Owens Mitchell of this city promises to
be a formidable rival of the celebrated
Crook cutlery the excellence of which no
one denies We are using one of these
knives and can cheerfully bear testimony
to its superiority
Mr James L M anker one of the most
promising young architects in the Ohio
Valley and a good practical machinist will
leave in a few days to accept a position as
superintendent of a large planing mill at
Peoria 111 His removal from Mavsvjlle
will be generally regretted He is one of i
our respected and useful citizens
At the special meeting of the council
held Thursday evening tho porposed ordi
nance concerning the election of city ofll
cers was amended strikingout all the names
except that of tho Marshal The necessa
ry authority will be obtained from the
Legislature immediately and the marshal
will hereafter be elected by the popular
The statement that tho late Strother B
Nicholson of this city was the oldest
member of the Masonic order in the state
we find is incorrect Tho oldest Massn
probably is Mr W II Rainey formerly
of Lexington but now a resident of Mays
ville He is eighty eight years old and
became a Mason in 1818 Ho was initi
ated in Lexington lodge No 1 and was
its Secretary when Henry Clay was its
Master He became a Knight Templar
in 1832 and has since taken all the Tem
plar degrees Mr Rainey notwithstand
ing his venerable years is in good health
and as hale and hearty as many men of
mucin younger age
Points About People Here and Elesewkcre
Mr Tone Boss has accepted a position
with Messrs Watson Bro and will be
pleased to se all his old friends there
Mr W D Hixson Secretary of the His
torical Society is at Frankfort
At the Central
M li Reed Newcastle Ind
0 A Berry
J Newby
V W Onult county
Gus Lee
J TornersJPittsburg
A 0 Henry Richmond Va
J DownesSteubenville O
D W Sparks Chicago
ED Marsh
C D Portwood Cincinnati
J L Heitzer
O Smith
J E Rlewitt
W M Smith
PH Watson
L M Clark
J Wlldberry
J Barnard
A D Patrick
G W Hugglns Portsmouth
F A Herbert Millorsburg
Jj Webb Lawrence county
C W Berry Baltimore
J A lianley Purls
J H Anderson county
J li Smedley Philadelphia
J O Finsley and wife w Va
M H McNeil Peoria 111
ORI Mlll Rlchmoud Ky
GD White
W Baun Cincinnati
J J Day Hillsboro Ky
H S Weinberg Baltimore
Fj Beuonian Cincinnati
E P M alone Chicago
C L Gilmore Louisville
A F iiowen Cincinnati
H Tyler
J 0 Jefferson Mayslick
C II Tomson Lancaster O
R mills Columbus O
11 CAshton Philadelphia
In view of the fact that so much of the
corn planted last spring failed to come up
would it not be well for some of our en
terprising farmers to try the following plan
on a small scale in order to test the mat
ter As experiment is the surest way to
test the truth or falsity of anything it may
be worth ones time to give it a trial We
copy from the Annual of the Phrenological
Journal An intelligent farmer who is
a very close observer and a very success
ful corn farmer says that he always smokes
his seed corn After selecting the seed
he hangs it in his smoke house and smokes
it well Sometimes the corn is quite black
Tho result of this treatment is that the
corn is not liable to rot before it sprouts
and insects do not disturb it When he
uses smoked corn there is no necesssity of
replanting He has tested this experi
ment for a number of years and has always
been successful Last year he ran out of
smoked corn while planting one ield and
used a small quantity of corn that was
not smoked On the portion where the
unsmoked corn was used he was compelled
to replant tho greater part
That Detective
Catlettshuko Ky February 17 18S2
The interview with the so called detec
tive Burnett published in the Enquirer is
regarded here as purely sensational He
came to Ashland from Charleston W Va
after the tragedy and sought employment
from the Citizens committee but they de
clined for good reasons to engage him
He was not here during the trial at all
and in fact not since he escaped from our
sheriff some years ago and left a gamb
ling fine behind him These facts and
jealousy of Marshal Heflin of your city
are probably the motives for his state
ments No threats or promises were made
to Ellis and Mr Heflins conduct through
out tho affair is above suspicion and is
commended by all The story about the
oil can and the negroes are untrue as in
vestigation shows
Sales of Lund
Tho following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court since
our last report
L E Sidwoll and others to John B Sidwoll
two thirds Interest in S acres 3 roods and li
poles of land on Lawrence creek considera
tion S533
Pike Apple Hani3 for sale at George II
Heisers Mdw2w
Houston Louderijacic of Augusta who
is at Williamsport Ohio while carelessly
handling a pistol shot and wounded him
His injuries are not dangerous
To Buyers of Boots and Shoes
My new boot and shoe store two doors
below the Bank of Maysville will be open
for business next Monday Everybody is
invited to call and see me
loGtd J Henry Pecor
At Germantown Ky to the wife of Daniel
Norris a Hue daughter
At Ripley Ohio to tho wife of Frank Fich
ter a son
31 A It It 1 1 I
At the Catholic Church this city February
10th 18X2 Miss VENIE RING of Adams coun
ty 0 to Mr THOMAS WHALEY of Mason
county Ky
At Brooksvllle Bracken county Ky Miss
At Ripley Ohio February 11 1SS3 PEARL
daughter of Mr David Nelson aged seventeen
yeais of croup
The following are the market quotations up
to noon to day telegraphed to the Daily Bui
letin by Guthrie Miller 20 and 55 Pikes
Opera House building Cincinnati O
March wheat SI 22
May corn 02
March pork 17 So
lard 10 Sii
March wheat 61 ii7
March wheat 51 31
Markets unsettled-
Corrected daily by G W Geisel grocer Sec
ond street Maysville Ky
Limestone S S 2
Maysville Family 7 50
Maysville City S 00
Mason County 7 oO
Ellzaville Family 7 25
Butter V lb
LardeUt llffilJi
Eggs V doz 11
Meal t peck 2n
Chickens ljii2j
Turkeys dressed rfilb lotl2
Buckwheat lb o
Molasses fancy so
Coal Oil ft gul 2
Sugar granulated ft lb 11
yellow ft Ih DalO
Hams sugar cured ft tb li
Bacon breaklast ft lb I1
Hominy ft nallon 2i
Beans ft gallon
Potatoes ft peck 30rr 10
Cnflee Ifft20
Wholesale and Retail
Produce and Commission Merchants Market
Street B FThomas it Cos old stand niuvt
ville Ky Dealers in nil kinds of Field and
Garden Seeds Flour Fruits Potatoes liueon
and Lard pure Liquors ol all kind Canned
Goods a specialty Highest market price paid
elthet in cash or trade tor all kinds of Country
Pioduce Consignments solicited 2Jly
House and Sign Painter
Paper Hanger Grniner Glozier ite nlers
left at Geo go 1 Woods drug store will be
promptly attended to All work warranted
Charges reasonable lift I
Master Commissioners Sale
Mason Circuit Court
A Purnell etuis Plaintiff
vs I Ordor of Refeieneo
Thomas Purnell Defendants
Tho plaintiffs and defendont In tho above ac
tion and all persons having churns against tho
firm of Purnell it Co will appear before ni at
my oillce in Court House Maysvlllo Ky and
present and prove their claimson or before tho
1st dav of March 1SS2 Proof will be heard
from February 2Uth to March 1st 1882
f3tw Master Commissioner
Notice to Creditors
persons indebted to tho trust estate of
LANE A MARTIN are requested to call
ut the law office of Stanton Larew without
delay and settle same with me Those having
claims against said estate will present them to
me to he audited for settlement
fHlwd Trustee of Lane Martin
Rare and Valuable Tobacco Seed
rnilE Celebrated North Carolina Gooch To
L bacco ujioii reliable authority sells from fci
cents to S2 per pound 1 have a few packages
of this pure and genuine Seed to dispose ol at
50 cents per ounce mailed to older Ap
ply to WmS RAND
tlldawtf Vanceburg Ky
C S Miner Bro
Mavsviilr Ky January IS lSS2
rpiIK 11 rm ol vi 1 N ER PECUR ilivsolvpl
i January 1st 1SS2 by mutual consent J 11
Pecor retiring l lie nusuiess will lie conducted
at tho old stand corner Second and Sutton
streets by the under igned under thefirmstylo
JJodlw wlm
v r MlNKK
j William C Howards Adni Pkiintitl
I agalnt Equity
I William C Howards Heirs iVc leJendints
Ry virtue of a Judgment and Older of Sale of
tht Ma oii Ciicult Coin i render d at tin Octo
ber term thereof ISM in ihe ahovy eaue 1
shall proceed to onVr tor sale on the premioi
on the I lover and Ripley Ferrv Ro id mwu t e
terry i o the hihet and bet blduer u public
auction on
Saturday 4ih of March iSS2
at one nVloek ji in uptn a credit of oue thinl
in six montlisiiin third u twelve monthaud
one third in eighteen moulns lrim iiy ol sili
the fol lowing dcMrihed proper t to wn lifiiig
ljit No li in the Plat ot Iuvmuii ol the iaud f
lames Iiowaid il and uitiitii on tie
Hover and Ripley iei liiinpiKe in Mmmiii
county Ky and neu the Ripiev lenv atii
Also at the Mime time aid on tl e pemi es
adjoining and upon te n uil oul
tile undivided
of a tract of Five Acres of land that
was assigned to the widow of James Howard
deceased as dowei -aid uudixldcd heiug
sold subject to ihe lewej ol Mis Mow nd
For the pmchase price the puieliiMr Willi
approved suiety or relies niut ecule bond
bearing legal intere t irotn iy of sale aecoid
ing to law liidilers will be piepared to eomplv
promptly with these terms IJonds payable to
Jairett S Wall Matei Commissioner
filw Mater Coinnihioni
W will sell at cost for the next THIRTY
Hats Caps Boots and Shoes
Tills will lie an excellent opportunity to se
cure great bargains
All persons knowing themselves Indebiod to
the undersigned by noteor account must come
forwaid and sette before the 1st of March All
claims not satisiaetorily arranged by that time
will be placed In the hands ot an ollk er for col
offer for sale on the premises on
SATURDAY PKHltUAItY 23ih my farm
2 miles north of Murphysville and - miles
westot Washington containing W ACiiisoi
good land lo acres of which can be used for to
bacco It has on it a good log house of three
rooms kitcnen and all necessary outbuildings
It is well watered and lias on it a good orchard
of young trees The right man can pay for
this farm in two years from tho crops Terms
reasonable ami made known on day of sale
Call on U fcs JUDU Mavsville or
fOltw Murphysville Ky
Desirable Hotel Propertyfor Lease
rpHE BANK HOTEL at Vaucoburg will bo
L leased for a number of years on reasonable
terms or call aud see tho premises be
fore tho 1st ol March to
ltwad Vuuceburg Lewis County Ky

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