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Evening bulletin. (Maysville [Ky.]) 1882-1883, February 21, 1882, Image 3

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The colored man whose daily walk
Is upright and correct,
"yith ovory worthy citizen,
Will find his true respect.
Such men are honored overy where.
Their color white Or blaclc,
And he can't prove It otherwise ;
That Buckeye
Castlk Gault lias nine boarders this
week. "
Snow, rain ami hail to-day by way of
Sliced ham and bei'l" on sale at G. W.
Gcisbl's Equity Grocery. fl02vd
Mrs. Maiiy Dillon has for sale a good
house in the lower part of the city.
Cutter is very scarce this week. It
commands thirty-five cents a pound.
Heavy reduction in iresh oysters, fish
and canned goods. .. John Wheeler.
lind 531, Market street.
Mr. J. Henry Pecor haSj moved into
his new store and is exhibiting a very
handsome stock of boots and shoes. His
prices arc very low.
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The Directors of the U. S. Mint have
decided that refilling the holes in coin
with silver and gold does not make the
coin fit for circulation as legal currency.
Other things being equal, it is
stated that the lands in counties
which have, pikes have a value of from
200 to 5t?Pper cent, higher than the lands
in mud road counties.
'.piiE ball given by the Maysville Pities,
at Neptune Hall, Monday night, proved
to be a very pleasant a flair, and was well-attended.
The company fund was increased
by about seventy dollars.
The wife and daughter of Mr. George
Bolinger, of Stone Lick, were hurried at
the cemetery on Sunday, victims of typhoid
pneumonia. This is the third time
death has invaded the household within a
few weeks.
Messrs. A. R. Glascock & Co's new store
will bo one of the handsomest and most
convenient in tl?o city. They will move
into it as soon as the repairs and improvements
are completed. An elevator is to
be one the conveniences.
To Rnycrs of JJoots and Shoes.
My new boot and shoe store, two doors
below the Bank of Maysville, will be open
for business next Mondav. Evervbodv is
invited to call. and see me.
loGtd J. Henry Pecor.
The marriage of Miss Belle Nesbitt,
Hon. J. M. Nesbitt, of Owings-
ville.to Mr. Sam. M. Hall, of this place
will take place at Owingsville on Tuesday
morning, the 2Sth inst. They will leave
immediately. for the South.
, . e .
The river rose about a foot last night
and is still coming up. It is raining at
Pittsburg, and the outlook seems favorable
for an old fashioned flood. The water
is already over Second street, on the east
side of Limestone and in several of the
houses in that vicinity, but there has been
no serious damage as yet.
Landbetu's celebrated garden scad fresh
from the farms near Philadelphia, may be
had at wholesale and retail at Chenoweth
k Co's., drug storo. These seeds are tested
bctoro being placed on the market and
therefore cannot fail to give perfect satisfaction,
Qnd the varieties are all that can
,rDe,desired:'lfyou want to-garden
use LandrethVseedi r
Points About People Here and Elescwhcrc
Rev. John Barbour, will return to Louisville
Mr. Frank V. Armstrong, of Hillsboro,
0., is visiting friends in Maysville.
Miss Dorsie Stanton will leave to-morrow,
to visit friends at'Covington and Cincinnati.
Mr. Georgo "W. Oldham, editor of the
Morning Call, is at Frankfort.
Mr. F. 0. Petry is at homo after a
successful business tour through Ohio and
other states.
, Rev. W. E. Sedden, of Stone Lick, who
is confined to his bed with typhoid fever,
we regret to say, is no better. Two members
of the familly of Mrs. B. M. Darnall,
in the same neighborhood, are also sick
with the disease.
. At the Central :
0 11 Babcoek, N Y
J J -Rosenthal, Cincinnati
W Shields,
II T Franklin, county.
D Searles, Vlcksbun;, Miss
O D Porwood, Cincinnati
(J J Hudesell, Liverpool, O
15 F Vautross, Cincinnati
T Vautress. "
J It Uanhsell,
E Regt'lnian,
L M Clark,
U H Sachs,
U P Steiucamp,
J T Casidy.
HD Clark, Mayslick
(i A Marble, IS Y
J E Gray, Carlisle
Henry Frank, Aberdeen
H C.Starr, Richmond, Ind
E L Clayton, N Y
W A Chenoweth, Philadelphia
C L Gilmore, Louisville
The following personal property o'f Mr.
A. II. Thompson, was sold at his farm at
Clark's Station, on the lGth inst., by Mr.
G. C. Goggin at public outcry:
1 pair mules $3,10 00
1 yearling mule 01 Ui)
1 cow f)7 (X)
1 cow and calf 5:? (10
1 yearling cattle so 80
a yearling cattle . ......:. GO 00
I old hoio 50 00
lOfehoats ., 4i) 00
II shoats .". 37 00
;j sows ii"i 00
1 sow J '5 00
I small calf 1.1 00
10 sheep ;n (;
II sheen :) J")
0 dozen cincuons
1 reaper
I wagon
1 hay rake
1 buggy
2. stacks hay
15 oo
7.) on
f).i 00
20 00
27 00
!)0 00
1 gun 2 75
Hams, lo- cents, shoulders, 12 cents,
middlings, 13 cents; thirty bushels of potatoes
at $1.10 per bushel'; ten bushels of
potatoes at $1.20 per bushel ; farming utensils
sold well.
A supper is announced to be given at
Neptune Hall, on Tuesday evening the
2Sth inst, for the benefit of the Good
Templars of this citv. The selection of
partners for the supper will be made in a
novel manner. Each lady who attends is
expected to bring a neck-tie made by herself,
which is enclosed in an envelope
with a card bearing her name. The
envelopes containing the ties are mixed
together and sold to the gentlemen present,
and each one is obliged to escort the lady
whose name is found on the card falling
to his lot. Thespian is sure to a fiord much
amusement. The supper will be an excellent
one, and there will bo good music in
Tho Flood.
' Cincinnati, February 21, 1SS2. The
high water has caused great damage here.
Several street next to tho river are under
water and many houses, factories and coal
yards are submersed. The railroad tracks
in several places are covered with water
and it has been necesary to discontinue
several street carjoutes.
At Lawrenceburg, Ind., over threo
hundred families havo been obliged to
remove from their homos, and several saw?
mills and factories have been much'
damaged. Several streets arounder water;
Business Pailure.
Louisville Ky., February 21, 1SS2.
The Distilling Company
has made all assignment. The liabilities
are about a million dollars.
Increase of Small-Pox at Ciiiciiinui.
Cincinnati, February 21,1882. The reports
at the Health oflice show a considerable
increase in the number of new cases
of small-pox. Thorn were twenty-two
fresh cases reported yesterday.
wj'wujhujwii,h.ijijk'i ny iw -!? hhj ""wrWMmff
At Chester, Ky., February 21, 1S52, to tho wife
of Augustus Sunior, a flnedalighter.
The following are tho market quotations up
16 noon to-day, telegraphed to the Daihy
by Guthrie & Miller, 20 and .35 PikeS
Opera Housebuilding, Cincinnati, O.:
April wheat SI 2S
" pork IT $')
111 1 Cl.. ) MHMKMMHIIIMMMllU ') 'f
April wheat .i $1 3lJj
April wheat V QVi
.Markets strong.
Corrected daily by G. W. Geiskl, srocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
p LOU it.
Limestone $ X 2i
Maysville Family 7 oil
Maysvillo City S M
Mason County 7 0
Elivcaville Family 7 US
Butter, $i Lb 8"
Uird,Ub llfi 15
E?s, V do. Ui
Meal "c peck '.
Chickens hgt2't
Turkeys dressed "fllis U)utV2
Buckwheat, lb l".ji,.j
Molasses, fancy " St.
Coal Oil, i :tl 2u
Sugar, granulated ti lb !1
" A. t lb it
" yellow lb 9&10
ITams, sugar curcl lb I.)
Bacon, breakfast ?1 lb 1115
Hominy, p uallon tli
Beans, gallon .10
Potatoes "i peck
Cntfee 1.520
Dissolution Notice.
me arm win picseiu iiietn ior pivinent,
Jl8lmdttw JOHN F. UYAN.
J MILL have admitted JAMES J.
to the firm. All persons indebted to
Hie late Him will please call and settle, as ll is
necessary to close up the old business. Thank
ful lor past, favors and hoping a uoiitinuauei
of the same. COLLINS, RUDY & CO.
CSB Miner So Bro,
AIaysviie, Kv., January 18, 18S2,
rpiIB Arm of MINER & PEUOR'was dissolved
I January 1st, lh'82, by mutual consent, J. II
Pecor roaring. Tho business will bo conducted
at old stand, corner Second and Sutton
stieeta, by tho undorsignod under tho firm style
ofU.S. MINEW&i3UO. ,.,, .,
,' "V
,-,, - j . VJt.,0. MINER.
THE firm ot WATSON BIIOS. & OUT. v a
1 dissolved by mutual coneut, Mr. Ort re l
tiring. The business will ne conducted hy '
Watson Bros , who will collect all claims due!
the firm ami nav all lhihl itie.
Maysville, Ky., February 1. 1S.S2. IDlm
Dissolution Notice.
rjUIE tlrm of SMITH & RVAN was dissolved
1 by mutual consent,. Jamiaiy Kiili, The bus- !
inessoftlio late tlrm will be settled by JOHN I
F. UYAN, All persons having claims against
are and Valuable Tobacco Seed,
rnilK Celebrated Nortli Carolina Oodrh To-JL
Iraeco.upon reliable authority s l!s tiom W
ciMit?. to c'J ppr pound. 1 have a pa'k."gt.s
ol tliN pure and genuine rtced to dispose ot at
." M'iis j)r oimtw, rnnlh'd to order. Apply
to Wji.S. HAND,
fjldawtf , N'anceburg. Ky.
Wlfifj oili'r lor s.il.' on the prin . on
SATrilDAV, FFBKCAItV, 2.ih, my fatm
'J mllKs noith ol Murphysvilie and 8'. miles
westoi Washington, coniainlng (ij ACKs.Sot
good land, ! acres of which can be for tobacco.
It has om rt a g. oil log Iioum ot thtee
rooms kitcnen and all necesary outbuildings.
Jt Is well watered and ha on H a good oi chard
of young ttve. Tin right man can pay lor
tills arm In two years fioin the ciops. Terms
reasonable and made known on dav of sale.
Cull on U. a5. JCDU, or
f93tw Murpliy.sv.l.e. Ky.
Master Commissioners Sale.
Mn&on Circuit Court.
Win. I. Walklns, Exts. riatntills.
vs. Notice to CiOditois.
Uurney & Dodon,et a!s. Defendants.
By virtue of an order made in the above action
at the .Janunry term, all person hav
thelriHt eate ol Uurniy A
Podson, will prevent and prove them before
me on or bHore March IX, !.sJ, at mv otlico on
Court street. Li Ml.tEITS. WALL,
fttilt MiMfi Commi siouer.
Notice to Creditors.
i LL pprcnjN inlfbti'd to t!if 1 i'ii t ostnt" of
LANK A- M VltTIN. are to ca I
lit the law oliic ..f Kuuitoti A; without,
delay and heltie Mine with iin i'liOe liuvtng
clidnrs asd .tat.' win pn.'iit ilium to
me tu be audi'.ed ior s
. W J L VH'-W,
fillwl i.t f ant A- Ma i tin.
K. M VPl'Ml
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v.lle, K. in 1' i-ii'.!. 1 H'!i aid
e is. l'iir. 1-1 . : s. l Mil -. ii: eon
mid Lard. um . i - - ni - i i U i.i. i' itmil
'Cioois : spcci'il iji'u v. n"l . .i" p. i. I
cit'ii". in I'is'.iii 'i !! !' i;in s .), (.i.u iy
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Master Commissioner's Sale.
Masi-n Clieul i"ou: t.
A. Purne'let al-. Pb.'ntitl.
v. i order .1 Kefi e c .
Thomas l'urnell. D'terdunt
oav ol iiircii, is..', rrooi win oe in ji
iroai t" M-i'-" 'v "'
( HKhl WALi .
l'MtW M.isjei Cnmill.os'olliM.
Win. Wormald,
For Steam And Grate Purposes
This coal has no superior. THY IT.
Wall St., - -" MAYSVILLE, KY.

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