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r(l EVENING i BULLETIN.
"HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY."
VOLUME 1. MAYSVILLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1882. NUMBER 79.
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NEW MARBLE YARD.
respectfully announce to the public that
WE have opened a marble yard on Second
stieet, above Yancey & Alexander's stable, and
are prepared to furnish Monuments, Tomb
Stones, Freestone, Pavements, and building
work of all kinds, promptly on short uotlce.
COOK & CLARK.
GRANITE AND MARBLE.
J. A., MoCA.ISTlN',
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Poultry, Wild Game,
Venison. Furs, Grain Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, Dried Fruits, Ac, Send ior price lists
and tags. J. E. PHILLIPS & CO.,
lilOhn .'HI Greenwich Street, Now York,
General Produce Commission Merchants.
HOUSE; AND SIGN PAINTER,
glazier, paper hanger, Ac, Second street, opposite
pork house. Will five prompt attention
to all work In mv line, and ask but a reasonable
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
CAPITAL STOCK $ 210,000.
JAMES M. MITCHELL,
Miss Mary Perham is visiting at Mt. Olivet,
the guest ol Mrs, Dr, "Wood. i
Mrs, Dr. Reld has been very 111 during the
past week, but Is lecoveil g.
James L. Holton has moved to Dover, where
he has taken an Interest in the saw mill.
Sam A.Frazee ha.s moved to the farm he re
cently bought of J. L. Holton.
John L. Sidwell moved this week on Henry
Mrs. Lizzie Reynolds sold her dwelling and
lot in this place known as the"PiiiDps place,"
to Fred. Burt ner, for SSOO.
Carrie Reynolds has nearly recovered from a
mild attack ot scarlet lever. The three schools
closed fur two weeks on account of it, but there
being no new cas sthey opened out on Monday
Joe Byar sold the blacksmith shop and lot
adjoining the Catholic Church, lor $250 to John
Dr. J. A. Reld has had a regular boom vaccinating
during the last two months.
Charles Smoot is having a new dwelling
house erected on his farm near tills place.
Mrs. John Morford and family, of Augusta,
are visiting the family of G. F. Winter.
Miss Ilattie Forman is visiting friends at Cincinnati.
"Will Carpenter killed a hawk last week that
measured four leet four inches lrom tip to tip.
We have heard of the following sales of tobacco
since our last report: Perry Graybill sold
to L. C. Westfall lor 20 for leaf. 15 for lugs and
5 for flyings, with 850 off Lewis Perraut to J.
C. Grooves, for $17 and S5 per hundred. Alex.
Route to Frazee fc Osborne, for $17 and $5.
Clarence Robertson's handsome face Is slight-disfigured
by a rat gnawing his nose while he
Key. W, V. Spates' pulpit at the Methodist
Church will be filled next Saturday night by
Rev. Gosling, of Broakvllle.
George F. Winter has finished two hundred
panels of new plank fence along the pike on
the farm recently purchased of E. K. Owens.
Mr. Winter has two of the best fenced farms in
We hear a great many complaints from the
farmer about the continued rains. Campbell
King says the ducks were swimming over his
whe it fields last Monday.
There seems to be several aspirants for the
office of constable in this precinct at the August
election. We hear of tho following candidates
: Gideon Winter, Sam Hieatt, J. W. Run-yon,
John O'Brien and R. L. Soward.
Red Foxes are more nemerous in this neighborhood
this winter than for years before.
E. W. Wiltt moves this week to near
We lose one of our best citizens. We
commend him to the good people of Lewishurg
as on honest, upright christian gentleman.
T. M. Dora, purchased from Chas. Fowlei of
Mayslick. a fine horse for which ho paid $105,
II. O. Norris lett Tuesday, for the Lono Star
J, C. Browning ' returned homo Saturday.
He has been attending the Ohio Medical College.
Mrs. Clifton, teacher of phonography, plain
and ornamental penmanship, has opened a
school at this place.
Hr. Charles Norris, returned Monday, from
Chicago, where he has been attending the College
We have some scientific and tenderhearted
boys, in our town, especially some of oui
schoolboys. On Monday, seeing a cow in the
school house yard they concluded to give her a
shelter, or some academic Instruction, (we
didn't learn which) as they drove her into tho
hall of tho Academy.
An entertainment, consisting Df declamations,
pantomimes, dialogues and etc., will be
given Thursday, February 23d, at tho Hllbidale
Academy, ThU neighborhood consists of an
enlightened people lovers of literary work la
general. They have often expressed this feeling
by attendlnging the litorarj
given by our town. Wo should retaliate
as we now have an opportunltv, by favoring
them with our presence. . Dot. i-
From Another Correspondent.
Miss Mattle Cord, of Millwood, is vtsiting
Miss Fannie Walton.
Misses Murry and Hardin, two handsome
and intelligent young lady teachers have engaged
to conduct a private school at this place
Mrs. Clifton, has opened a writing school at
this place with good success.
Elders J. B. Briuey and J. I. West, begun a
protracted meeting at the Christian Church
Sunday, February ifJth.
Several crops of tobacco were sold in this
neighborhood within the past week, at fair
prices James Mingua, sold his crop of tobacco
to E. Williams lor, $10 per hundred pounds.
Luther Jlenson sold to same party for $15 per
hundred pounds. J.'W. Thomas sold to same
party for $14 per hundred pounds all round.
Our M. D. (mighty dry) correspondent of the
Bracken Chronicle is rather Inclined to be
facetious in regaid to his laborious duties as
school trustee of the Germantowu Ab-nor-mal
academy, he wants the school marmssent
straight to heaven in a hand-basket to be furnished
witli a passport from the Slate Superintendent
of Public Instruction, as a suitable
reward for their faithful and efficient labors,
M. D., himself deservos to be tucked away in
one corner and is willing to be twisted in a
double bow knot and utilized as a footstool.
Like Josh Billings, in this respect, we have
the most profound respect and sympathy for
that class of professionals. We never fail to
take otl our hat to the district school teacher.
Willis Gault, has returned from a visit to
Wr. S. Clift, bought a buggy horso last week,
for which he paid 8150.
II. C. Bland has delivered all of his crop of
tobacco, the whole crop weighing nine thousand
Mrs. E. L. Gault, has returned from
where sho has been on a visit for
The public school at this place closed on the
10th Inst., Miss, Prather will, probably teach a
spring term here,
R. L. Gault. reached home on last Saturday,
having been out West for more than a year.
Jake Worthington has returned to Minerva,
he Having left there a week or two ago, on
account of scarlet lover.
The measles have been prevalent in this
vicinity, but at this wilting they have about
disappeared from among us.
The new turnpike road that is to be built
from Murphysvillo to Intersect the Sardis pike
was survey ed on last Friday.
Owing to the inclemency of the weather.
Rev. Thomas Ilandford failed to preach here
at his last regular appointment, which was
quite a disappointment to many persons.
Died, on the 17th, inst the bright little babe
of Scott and Pearlle Stevenson. Tho funeral
services were cond'ueted by Rev. T. Handford at
the Presbyterian church on the 18th Inst., after
which the remains of tho dear 111 clo one
were followed to the Shannon cometerv by a
large concourse of relatives and friends of tho
family, and it was there laid to rest to await
the resurrection morn. "The Lordgave and
the Lord hath taken away, and blessed bo the
namoof the Lord." For has he not said "Suf-for
little children to come unto mo and forbid
them not for of such is the Kingdom of Hea
P. E. M.
Miss Mattle Gillespie, an exceedingly interesting
young lady of Cabin Creek, is the guest
of the family of hor uncle, R. L. Gillespie Esq.
Samuel A. Agnew a quondam citizen of tho
"Athens of Lewis" has become one of tho
"fixtures" of Tollesboro. Sam is connected
with the "house of Gillespie" and has more
friends to tho square inch than any man in
W. F. Gaylord and wife and daughter of
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