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TUESDAY EVE.( MARCH 14, 1882. To make yourself a good " eosthete," And do your share and part, To show the true and beautiful, In nature and in art, Go till the land and work the forge, Go useful labor get, And show the ring of metal truo, By honoat beads of sweat. The hyfalutln lay alde, And let the people see, Your taste refined, you will no more, A diletante be. The river ia falling. Heavy frost last night. Mb. James HBNDRixsoshasmadoa contract to paint the Stonewall House at Mays lick. The work is sure to be well-done. Slices of lbread fried in a batter made of one egg, a little milk and flour are nice for breakfast, with ham and eggs or with bacon and potato salad. Try it. All persons holding claims against the estate of John Brown, deceased, should present them immediately to J. James Wood, the administrator. Seo notice elsewhere, The residence and five acres of ground attached, of the late J. P. Wilson, at Minerva, was offered at public sale last Saturday, and withdrawn, only $1,000 being had for the property, which is really worth considerably more. The race for the office of Justice of the Peace, in Huntington Township, Brown county, Ohio, is beginning to warm up. There are two to be elected, and there are in the field as candidates Mossie Beasley Esq., Esquire Samuel Evans, Hon. L. P. Cord and Capt. Win, Riggs, a well-known riverman. Dennis Fitzgerald, as the democratic candidate for jailer, doesn't suit the Eagle. It is a strong point for Mr. Fitzgerald, as it has been to many other candinates who have met with the mighty opposition of our contemporary. Perhaps it is only a bit of strategy, and our neighbor really de- Bires to help the full ticket. Who knows? New Point in the Ashland Horror. Ashland, Ky., March, 14, 1882. A new point in the Gibbon murder cases has just been developed. A coat with blood spots upon it and which has sbeen identified as that of William Neai one of the convicted murderers, has been found a short distance from where the bloody towel that figured at the trial, was discovered. It is reported here that Neal two weeks ago, at Lexington, remarked to a citizen of this plae that ho ..bad understood his bloody coat had been found. The coat is now in the hands of the authorities. s- 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: George Bolinger to George R Wells, r.t sixty-one acres, three roods twenty-three poles of kind, on Stone Liok Creek, consideration, $2 500. David T Thomas to Wra McClelland, thirty-three ncres, of land on North Fork, consideration. &500. J H Browning and wife to Martha J Farrow, acres, three roods and poles of land, on Indian Creek, conelderatlon, $850. Wra H Garrison and wife to Michael Hayes, eighteen acres and three roods of land, ou Lawrence Creek consideration, $1,100. . J Varlan and wife to Alex P Bullock, house and lot In Orangeburg, consideration, $200. W T Calvert and wife to Richard Bramol. a small tract of land, in Mason county, consideration, MOO. J J Qoff to John S GofT and wife, ninety-seven square rods ot land, near Uoyor, consideration, 8110. John R Tarleton and wife and others to J Gray, colored, four acres, one rood and nineteen poleaoflond, on the Murphysvllle turnpike, consideration', '200. Susan Dimmltt and others to Van Galaghor, tono.acre of land. ouM&LKR. consideration, W. . County Court Proceedings. Tho followiug settlements were filed and ordered to lay over for exceptions, viz: Thomas B. Arthur, guardian of Anna Belle Arthur. Same, guardian of Marcus Arthur. Samej guardian of Wm. Arthur. J. C. Pickett, BherifF, produced a list of assessments of taxable property made by him and his deputies, from November 14, 1881, same was sworn to and ordered to be filed. J. C. Pickett, sheriff, and his deputies, returned and made oath to their delinquent lists, and real and personal estate, county levies, and colored school tax for 1881, same examined and allowed as credits to said sheriff. The delinquent lists of county levies for year 1881, were ordered copied and relisted for collection. The sheriff and deputies reported their collections on delinquent list of county levies for 1881, which were filed. T. W. Bullock and L. W. Galbraith were granted certificates of honesty, probity and good demeanor. A. K. Marshall qualified as guardian of Mamie Calvert, a minor. A. H. Calvert qualified as guardian of Patsy Calvert, a minor. Wall Smoot, J. R. Stevenson and E. G. Kirk, resigned as road overseers, and John Burgess, John Wells and John R. Boulden were appointed to fill the vacancies. An inventory and appraisement of the estate of Miles Wilson, deceased, was ordered to be recorded. The report of th allotment to the widow of same was admitted to record. A sale bill of the personal estate of same was admitted to record. A. M. J. Cochran produced his commission from the governor, and qualified as a Notary Public. Cornelius Coryell, qualified as assistant assessor of Mason county. Charles Newell produced his commission from the governor and qualified as a Notary Public. . Tiia following sales were made by Mr. Wm. E. Wells, on Monday, county court day: 1 pair of work mules 5300 00 1 cow 28 25 1 mule ; 13 00 1 mule 110 00 1 sorrel mare 105 00 1 mule 85 Ou lpalr mules 180 00 1 colt 40 CO 1 cow 21 25 1 baycolt .. 05 00 1 sorrel mare 23 00 1 set harness 10 00 1 sorrel mure - 28 25 1 bay stallion 201 00 OKOKGIi O. aoGJOJN. I horse a SU0 00 I horse 125 00 I horse 12tf 00 I old horse 33 50 1 old horse 59 50 1 old horse 62 50 1 small mule 72 50 1 small mule 33 00 2 small mules 130 00 2 small mules 200 00 1 small coalt 89 CO 1 horse 75 00 1 horse 05 01 1 horse '.: 68 00 1 horse 30 00 I horse ....' 0 00 1 horse 35 M 1 old cow .-. 10 00 1 old cow 25 00 1 old cow 35 00 1 wheelbarrow - 1 25 Mr. Goggin also sold the Cobb farm on Bull Creek, containing one hundred acres for $1,560.25. PERSONALS. Points About People Here and Elsewhere. Mr. F. C. Petry is at home again from an extended business trip . Col. A. M. Peed has removed to Sharps-burg, Bath county. Mr. George W. Morris, of the Cincinnati Gazette, is in Maysville on a vitit to his friends. Miss Annie Conway returned, to, Cin ! ' cinnati Monday, after spending several months with relatives in this city. Mr. John J. Brosee, jr. traveler for Lines, Rush & Co., wholesale dealers in tobacco and cigars, at Cincinnati, is in Maysville today on a business trip. Mr. John Forman, of East Maypville, will leave to-day, for Louisiana, with a view of settling there. He is a good and useful citizen whoso departure will be much regretted. ABERDEEN ITEMS. "Our Boys "will give a grand ma Hflfsrnde ball some night next week. Look out ! It will bo the boss party of the season. Miss Lizzie Davis has been reported to us to be quite Hick. H P Palmer fell from a scaffold while working a few days ago, and was pretty badly hurt. T F Ellis, who has been recuperating his wasted energies during the past week, has resumed his former position on tho Republican-Frank Vance, Miss Mollie Dronan, Mr WoK, of the Manchester Signal, Miss McCutchoon, telegraph operator, and Messrs Fulton and Stewart, alJ of Manchstor, paid our town u flying visit last Sunday. Come again, gentlemen and ladles. Richard Smith, engineer on the W P. Thomp son, stopped off for a few days to s ft. his children. Simon Worstell has purchased John O'Connor's farm Just below town. Tho "A K B's" will give a calico-neck-tie party this evening at the home of Miss Mary Wilson, tho school teacher. Each lady will wear a "culiker" dress, and her attendant will wear a neck-tie made from the same kind of goods. The boys were admiring their beautiful ties. A very young gentleman made his appearance at the home of one of our neighbors near town Monday. His father is not ut home. It is reported that some young men have " gone West to seo tho country," and more to follow." TF Ellis has received a good offer to go upon a paper at Eldorado, Butler county, Kan. He thinks he will accept It. O B Bradford will accompany him, who will penetrate the mountains again this summer. E E Arthurs, of Mason, Ohio, has beon visiting his father for a few days. He leaves tonight with his family. Wm Hughes has moved into Oscar Brook-over's house. The bulletin board for town officers is now to be found at PN Brakford's store. Candidates will plcaso step this way, sign tl.e'r names and deposit 25 cents. Be ye ready. Tho janitor at tho M E Church informs me that he Is greutly annoyed by persons eating peanuts at tho church, using tobacco, throwing little pieces of paper on the floor, and a good deal of noise outside. Please take or we shall have to use names. James Helm sent to Columbus to find out when his case of BroOkover against Helm would come up. He received word that it wca No. 1,010 aud would not come up for two or threo years and probably not for four -years. He is not In much of a hurry Just now. Mossrs Bradford fc Marvin received quite a lot of new goods the past week, including dry goods, boots aud shoes, clover seed, groceries, Ac. Samuel Chunn Is building a neat aottage for his mothor. Deputy Joseph Helbllng paid his regards to about fifty of our citizens, asking) them to come to Georgetown to attend the trial between Chris Flaugher and F M Stephenson, the 15th of March. This is a large land suit involving several thousuud dollars, CH Mitchell, who has had chargoof our telegraph offlco slnco Mr Campbell left, will leave to-night. He will be succeeded by (Jhus of Augusta, Ky. A T Botts left this morning for Sard la, and thence to Cincinnati. Rev H D Rice loaves on theJBonanza to-night for Cincinnati. Geo Enls moved to Maysville, a fow doyg ago. He has rented Ills house to Wm Rains, who moves Into it to-day, and starts a hotel and boarding house. Miss Maud Wilson who has been visiting friends at distance, returned to 1 er home Saturday. . . W Fitoh In the country is lying very lew with pneumonia. Mrs. Edington, of whom I spoke of last Saturday, Is much worse and no hopes her re covery. MARJRIKD. At Aberdeen, Ohio, March 10. 18-32, by Mass.'flt Boasley, esq.. Miss JENNIE 8CUDDER to Mr. FRANK KING, both of MayBvllle, Ky. ItETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally bv a. W. Gbiskl, grocer, Second Btreet, Maysville, Ky. riiOUR. Limestone 8 8 25 Maysville Family 7 59 Maysville City 8 09 Mason County 7 fi Ellzaville Family 7 25 Butter, lb 35a4 l.ard.tb HQin Eggs, Til doz is Meal$ peck 25 Chickens , 2xa30 Turkeys dressed?) lb 10al2 Buckwheat, Tf lb 445 Molasses, fancy n9 Coal Oil, 1 gal. 20 Sugar, granulated lb UK " A.1 lb it " yellow $ lb 9l Hams, sugar cured tt 1415 Bacon, breakfast 1 tb U15 Hominy, W gallon 25 Beans, "ft gallon 5 Potatoes 3i peck- 4ft Coffee... 15&2I 7 OR SALK feed. At mar7tfd F NOTICE I will do merchant tailoring ar d repairing in the best style and on short no-notice. Leave orders atGeorgaCox A Son'H dry goods store aud at my shop in the filth ward. flOlf. HtiNRY WEDDING. I FOlt SAJLK. No, 1 Seed Oats. N . I Corn lor JOS. H. DODSON'S Grain Warehouse, 19 and 21 Sutton St. FOUJft'D. OUI It A small brass key. Apply nt lmd THIS OFFICE. Fine MILL NERY GOODS ITOTIOITS. Largest and finest selection ever brought U this city, including all tho LATEST STYLES. The choicest and latest in i ne Laces and Neckwear, can now he had at my estuMtehmeiil KV RY THING NEW The tulles nit m ilea to call. New goods received daily. Mrs. J. M. MOItFOKD. ' mOMld Opp. Christian Church, Third Stieot. ivr i nc i w Ohi THE undersigned having sold out tl olr ery business to Messrs. Hrooks & Parker, they requesl that all who are indebted to the undersigned cull and pity accounts and that all persons hnvirvz demands them present them for payment. Ttias thank fieir patrons for past lavors, and ak tor tie new firm a continuance of their patronage, to recommend them uk reliable gentlemen and business men. CARR&REEE. Maysville, Ky., March 8, 182. inlflSw Architect and Builder, DOVE It. KY. -- FjlSTIMATESof work and building plans fur j ulshnd promptly and ou the most reason able terms. mirl:Wm FORTUNE TELLING. riiBE family on the boat In Limestone creek JL are thauklul to the people of Maysville for their kinJ treament during the three months they have been hero. They have laid aside prejudice regarding " fortune telling," as they call it. They have had visitors of b very class and ull nges, and are perfectly satisfied that, the lady on Limestone la fully prepared and can give a truo aud perfect statement of your life, past, present and future; and if thoro are some vet who have not been told either In or about the city, brlug your exact age at once as you may not have the opportunity again. It is no humbug. It hus beon reported the boat will remain here during the spring, but the captain says his business culls him to move on by the last of March. He wants a partner for the Extension Spring Bed Bottom. For particulars call at the boat. Ho wants a competent man with $10U; no other need apnply. A ulco flatboat for sale. iy as above directed. mOltd Administrator's Notice. peraous having claims asainst tho estate ALL of John Brown, deceased, will ploaso present them properly authenticated at onco, as all claims against said estate must bo presented by tho 1st day ol next April. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to the estate must come forward and settle Immediately, miestw J. JAMES WOOD, Adra.