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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
TIIUlSDAYEVKJVIARCII 2, 1882. Last night, before our very eyes, .We're culled upon to tell, A chap, from down the river, came And stole another Belle, And, now, the boys are ripping mnd, And we have heard It said, They'd clvo their very souls, almost, To punch that Judy's head. .Prepare your gardens. . i Egos are now selling at fifteen cents a dozen. Pink Apple Hams for sale at George II. Heiser's. f24vltlvd There are ninety-three stores in Fleming county. C. G. CaInes has disappeared from the Vanceburg jail. The wheat crop of Lewis county is looking unusually well. Richard W. Wells has been appointed postmaster at Helena. .Sliced ham and beef on sale at G. W. Geisel's Equity Grocery. flG2vd Mr. James Rice is painting and otherwise improving his house on Second street. A. 0. Ball has removed from Sard is, to Millersburg. Sardis loses a good citizen. & The total receipts at the Good Templar's supper, from all sources amounted to $100. The ring awarded last night to the most popular lady present was won by Miss Ilattie Naden. Mr. Sam S. Riley of tfie First National Bank, informs us that he has been offered and has refused twenty-five cents a pound for his crop of tobacco. It is not a very large crop but an unusually fine one. A nail keg will probably hold it. Mr. W. R. Darnall, of the Mt. Oarmel neighborhood, will cultivate thirty acres of tobacco this season. He expects to plant the seed directly in the hills and dispense entirely with the use of plant beds. The experiment will be watched with interest. ' The editor of the West Chester, (Pa.) Jeffersonian, a valued exchange of twenty years standing, has written the following kind words of the Daily Bulletin : You have every reason to be proud of your little paper. It is one of the cleanest and spiciest little Journals I have seen to emanate south ol Mason and Dix n's line. You have reason for hope with attending success. Mrs. Mary E. Thomas, of the well-known millinery establishmentof Thomas k O'Brien, leaves for New York City Monday. She takes this means of informing the ladies that she will bring on the largest and cheapest assortment ever brought to Maysville. The firm has engaged one of the finest trimmers in Cincinnati. Please give them a call before buying elsewhere. The Cincinnati Times-Star of the 1st inst., says : Among the guests at the Gibson House this morning wero Mr. Samuel M. Hall and bride, neo Miss Sallle Nesbitt. The happy couple, who proceed to-night to New Orloans on their "wedding tour, wore Joined in Hymen's bonds lust night at the residence of Judge J. M. Nesbitt, at Owlngsville, Ky. The bride is an accomplished lady and a noted Kentucky belle, who has won for a husband one of nature's noblemen. Mr. Hall is an extensive plow manufacturer at Maysvlllo, Ky., whoro the newly married pair will take up their place of residence, on returning from the Sunny South. . Sales or 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: Jane Stevens and others to Lewis Stevens, dower in 33j acres of land on Blue Run : consideration, SfiiO. Eliza A. Doyle and others to Sue E. Williams lot In Chester; consideration. Slot). John 0. Jefferson to Wm. Gullfoll 61 acres of land on Sardis turnpike; consideration 15,150. The Mammoth Sontliorn Minstrels. The opera house, Thursday evening the 9th inst., will be used for an entertainment ment by Mclutvre, Heath & Bellmont's Mammoth Southern Minstrels, an organization of twenty-two artists with full orchestra and brass band. The company present a most attractive programme, which will include the specialties of-eight song and dance artists, eight clog dancers, and well known and popular comedians. The street parade by the whole company will take place at noon. The Memphis Appeal says : The largest audience that ever assembled at Elgin Hall within our recollection was that which greeted the appearance of Mclntyre & Heath's Mlnstrols Monday night. It appeared as if the whole town had turned out. The entertainment was Ihe best In the ministrel lino that has ever visited this city. The Callifornla Quartette rendered some pleasing selections In lino style, and the end men sang now and taking songs, and the ' Full Moon Order" showed up well. Itoselle, In his female impersonations, is a good card, and makes ills changes rapidly. Mclntyre & Heath lire tip top in their plantation song and dance business. In short, the troupo is better than the average that travels over the country. Miss Belle Batrd, for a number of years a competent and faithfnl teacher in district school number 3. was married yesterday evening, at her home in East Maysville, to Mr. Joseph Judy, of Covington. The bride is an especial favorite with all who know her, and' their good wishes attend her in her new home. Among the handsome bridal presents received was a beautiful clock, the gift of the pupils of her school, who are and always will be her attached friends. The groom is a member of a well-known family, at Mt. Sterling, but is now engaged in business at Covington, where the newly married couple will live in future. They left for their new home last night. PERSONALS. Points About People Here and Elese where Mr. and Mrs. Sam. M. Hall are expected home in April. Miss Dorsie Stanton left by the Morning Mail, to-day, to visit friends at Cincinnati and Covington. Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Simmons, of Dillon, Montana, are at Aberdeen, the guests of their brother, Col. Gus. Simmons. Mr. S. twenty years ago was steward of the first Bostona under Capt. Wm. McClean, and was like his brother, Col. Gus., one of the most popular men on the river. They will be here for several weeks. County Court Proceedings. The last will and testament of S. B. Nicholson, deceased, was admitted to record on Tuesday, February 28th. On same day Thomas fiuttrell and R. A. Carr were appointed administrators de. bonis non with the will annexed of Thos. J. Calvert, deceased. Administration on the goods, chattels (kc, of Mary F. Calvert, deceased was granted to same parties. The last will and testament of Martha Liter, deceased was fully proven and admitted to record. .. Miss Salliu Rukuows began her dutios to-day as assistant teacher in District school No. 3, and' we are informed by an inteligent committee of the pupils that she is a success. The little ones are gen erally good judges. Mil. Wm. Cooter, of Petersville, has traded his property at that place to Mr. A. B. Crura, for an estate near Louisville, Ky. A buildinq to be used as a council chamber, mayor's office and station house is to be built at Vanceburg. Heavy reduction in tresh oysters, fish and canned goods. John Wheeler. lmd 31, Market street. TO-DAY'S MARKETS. CHICAGO. April wheat 5 1 27 " pork 16 82K lard 10 4o May corn 03 Markets declining. RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by O. W. Geiskl, grocer, Second street, Maysville, Ky. FLOUU. Limestone S S 25 Maysville Family 7 50 Maysville City 8 00 Mason County 7 50 Elizaville Family 7 25 Butter, ft lb :iol() l.ard.ftth UlO Eggs, ) doss 1.") Meal peck 2o Chickens lo2o Turkeys dressed ft lb Ki$12 Buckwheat, ft lb )Z(&: Molasses, fancy Ml Coal Oil, ft gnl , 2ti Sugar, granulated ft tti ly, " yellow ft lb 9t?l0 Hams, sugar cured ft lb llcli Bacon, break last ft lb 11(15 Hominy, ft gallon 2o Beans, ft gallon r t"0 Potatoes ft peck QM Collee... I.")(i20 The Travelers' Life and Accident Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn., insures against all accidents. Cash assets, $rt8l 000. Secure a yearly policy. M. F. Maksii. agent, Court street. wnt wui in hi. imnwp .in imii.iwi.w iiwn iiiwn ISstatelisixed. in. 1S29. STOVE and TIN Store C. H. FRANK & CO., 5 f , Second street, MAYSVTT.T.E Ym mixxwiijjuiji ii.j as successors to Jos. Frank & Son., 'Would respectfully state they are receiving and will keep a lull supply of Wood and Com Cooking Stoves combined ot most modern im provfineutsWood Cooking and HeatingSloves of all kind on hand with a lull line of Grates, Holloware, Stoneware, Tin, Japanned, Wood rtnd Willowware, which we oiler such inducements that cannot fail to please. W ask the public to call and oxamine our stock and see for themselves. Particular attention paid to Job work. 5 west Second street, below Sutton. mur2 C. II. F BAN Kit CO. NEW STORE, JSTEW SHOES and BOOTS Ol every description Will be glad to have you call and examine STYLE, QUALITY and PRICES, J. HENRY PECOR, 2nd door below Bank of Maysville. r $777 123 NOTICE. ALL persons Indebted to the late firm of OEORGFCOX & SON (Goorge Cox & Wm. Cox,) will please make payment without delay Those having claims against either of the parties will present the same lor payment Wm, H.COX, Surviving l'artner ot George (..'( x it Sou. NEW FIRM. rplIE business of the late firm of George Cox X & Son will be continued under the Fame name and style. io Wm. H. COX. Master Commissioners Sale. Mnfon Circuit Court. Win. l Watklns, Exrs. Plaintiffs. vs. I Notice to Creditoi.s. Uurney & Dodson and Geo.Dodson. Defendants By virtue of an order made in the above action at the. January term, all person having claims auaisisl the estate ol (jurney St Dodson, will present and prove them betoro me on or before March l;l, H'2, at my olllce on Court street. G.VltiUU'l S. WALL, fiOlt Masttr ('onitnKsioner. FLOWERSPLANTS A NO FBESB flWiuw t 4 EHX5S. H H.COX, Couri Mich 'tl Ky RECEIVER'S Sale Pursuatt to n Judgment endured tt Mm ' itit Januaiy teitn ot th- Mason t itcnit urt, in the consolidated miii l BrooUs, W i tied & Co., tigiin.st Jenn ngs, Wu.hi iV ( o. 1 will on Thursday, March 23, '82, on the Willises 'n't' e ' w ol Dover, M.isun county K...sell at public .tiUMoti .Ik- Undivided Half in teres i of A. D. Jennii gsin the wniohouse pioperfy puii'hast'd hv Jennings it Wluier o Jacob C. Ilessandwlfe.it being the North hall of the lot of ground sittnited on ihe southwest corner o Mntki't and Fiont or W.ilei sin- l in said town of Dover, anil known and described in the plat ol said town us lot No. iJ.satd half of said lot being feet squnre. tsaidsnle will he made a credit ol six moi.t's autl the purchaser will be requlr d to give bon for the purchase price bearing from date, Willi approved p rsonal security. hivm the Io ice and effect ol u judgment. Sale t. begin at. t o'clock p. in. DAN1HL PKKWiNr:. lui'i'w Receiver, Ac. ' PUBLIC SALE. As executor of James P, WiNon, deceased, 1 will oiler at public auction, his late dtsirablo lioniesituaied In the town of Minerva, Mason county, Ky., on March. 11. the works Saturday, OF TUB Collier Comp'y OF ST. LOUIS, MO., Which were totally Destroyed by Fire on May 28 and September 21, 1881, ARE REBUILT! Orders' aro solicited for Strictly Pure Whit? Lead and Red Lead, Cold-Pressed and Pure Dark Castor Oil, Raw and Double Boiled Linseed Oil. 0 PIUM HABIT CURE. By B. M.WOULLKY.Atlantn, Ga. Reliable evidence given, and loferotico to cured patients and physicians. Send for my book on The- Habit uuu us uiiru. r ree, A YEAR and expenses to agents Outfltfroe. Yddress 1. O. Vickery iiiiiHtn, ihhIim;, DATUTDUTTirn foradYertlor. lWfr)age.',2cfnta. rMUrULJbl G. V. KOWELL fc CO.. JN. Y, This consists of a large two-story frame house and about live acres of No, 1 ground. On this is a good barn, good well of water, two good cisterns and a splendid orchard. This is a very desirable pioperty to any one desiring to live in a quite and retired place, while its close proximity to the town makes It easily accessible. There are in Minerva two good schools and several churches, and in fact every advantage thatcould be desiied In a thriving country town. Any one wishing to examine property can call upon R. L. Wilson, Minerva, Ky. Terms made known on day of snlc. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock a. m. Possession given lnunedjntely. For further particulars call upon or address the undersigned at May&villo, Ky. George C. Uoggln, Auctioneer. JOS1 AH WILSON. F. L. TRAYSER, PIANO MANUFACTURER Front St., 1 doors west of Hill HoiiHo Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also of OrganH at lowest manufacturers' prices; Tuning and Repairing. nlf.