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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
wednesday eve., march 28, 1883.
bosser & McCarthy,
runLiHUEiia and puoritiKTORS.
BALLAD OF THREE LITTLE FLIEd.
Throo llttlo Hies,
Resolved to quit
Tholr nntlvo clime;
And they didn't cure a cuss lor their father
and their inolhor,
Their uncles find their uuntH, tholr sister and
Rut away thoy flew,
With a merry hum,
And told their parents
To kiss their bum ;
Which struck them squaro between tho eyes,
Andcauued tho old folks great surprise.
First they rnrao
To a grocery store,
And straight-way flow
In nt tho door;
With no respect for tho grocery man,
They loft tholr murks on his cabbage and his
And soon thoy oamo
To a candy man's shop
And In they flew
And did not stop;
Raising suoh u rumpus and running such
Wading Into sugar and specking up tho figs.
And us thoy circulated
A barrel of molasses
Next they found ;
Bo In thoy wont and dldu't stop a minute,
Rut stuck their claws nnd their llttlo tails in
And thero they stuck
And could not suck,
And then thoy cussed
Tholr luck ;
With nobody nigh but fly,
Who didn't caro' a d n for their misery.
Now you young men
Inclined to roam,
Tako my advlco
And stay at home;
For if you go of! from the farm,
As sure as shootln' you'll como to harm.
A large quantity of heavy stone slabs
for the jail arrived yesterday.
The averago lion is now entitled to a
vacation Easter having passed.
A nuoKE.v fly wheel caused a stoppage
of tho machinery at the cotton mills until
Tub Smith Family hnvo arrived and
will certainly take part in tho entertainment
at tho Opera House next Friday
After tho first day of next April five
pbr cont. will ho added to all unpaid
county taxes. In the meantimo you had
bettor pay up.
Uncle Joe Wilson, an old and respected
citizen of tho Glenville neighborhood
died on Saturday, the 24th inst. lie had
reached his 82nd year.
Says tho Lexington Transcript: The
Maysvillo Daily BuijLktin, a spicy little
exchange, comes to us enlarged to a live
column sheet, with tolcgrams.
Mr. Lank, of Lexington, is in tho city
with tho view of establishing a shooting
gallery. lie bears a very complimentary
letter from Col. John R. Allen.
There will bo a regular drill by the
Emmet Rifles at their nnnory" next
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock sharp. All
tho members aro expected to bo present.
The " Sleeping Cur Farco," to bo produced
next Friday evoning at tho Opera
Ilouse, is said to bo tho finest production
of tho day, and it will bo very cleverly
rendered, Don't fail to see it.
The lato Samuel Ellis, of Lowis county,
was n niombcr of tho Masonic Mutual
Benefit Association of this city, and his
heirs will in consequonco of his membership,
b,o entitled to recoivo about $1,010.
The North bound freight train on tbo
Kentucky Central Railroad a fow days
ago killed near Lowisburg, a valuable
carriage horso belonging to Mr. Frank
Long. Ho had refused $200 for tho
TnE Frankfort Yeoman kindly says :
Tho MayBvillo Daily Bulletin was on-
largod to five column paper yesterday,
and is now receiving telegraphic reports,
Wo congratulate it upon its enterprise,
Tub Old Folk's Concert at tho Opera
Hoi! o next Friday evening, by tho young
ladies of Maysvillo, is attracting much
attention and interest. Tho young ladies
will no doubt be greeted by
Dcucerilr Dull. '
" Dull, decidedly dull."
That was what Mayor January said
yesterday, when questioned as to business
by a Bulletin representative.
" Tho city was never moro orderly
within my recollection," ho added, " nor
fees so scarce."
" Rathet tough on the officers," ventured
"Yes, and particularly so on me. I
havo begun improving my residenco and
I fear I shall havo to discontinue the
work unless," he remarked, with an expressive
wink of tho eyo, " somo good
public lecturer passes this way soon."
" During these dull times how do tho
public officers employ thomselves ?" enquired
" Jiramio Redmond, I believe, is study-lug
French, Dawson is learning how to
danco, and Browning how to walk gracefully,
at least I saw him practicing on
Second street this afternoon with a lady.
I don't think he is making much progress
"They enjoy it, however?"
" Immensely, immensely. Call again,
and if you know of any of your friends
who want to be fined, tell 'em I'll do
it for half price."
Sales or Land.
Tho following changes in tho ownership
of land havo been recorded at the
office of the Clerk of the County Court,
since our last report:
M. J. Oliaso to E. R. noil, quit claim to lots
No. 8. 0, 10, 11. 12. 1,'t. 11. 15.51), GO. CI. li'2, 03, 01.
77, 7S.79, 60,81,82, 189.138, 1.1D and 'J8U and other
property, all In Chester. In trust for tho Ohio
Valley Piano Company, consideration, SI, Ac.
Julius Martin and wile and others to .Milton
S. McLean and others, tho undivided of a
small lot of gound near Germuutowu, consideration.
A. M.J. Cochran, commissioner to Amnnda
Williams nnd others, deed of partition of
tweuty.nlne acres of land.
Julia A. Watson to William Donaldson, 3J
acres of laud, on Shannon Creek, consideration,
Hermann Ebersolo and wife to Nicholas
Ring and others, neres of land, on
Cabin Cseek, consideration, SIOd.50.
Julia U. Morgan and husband to James E.
Hunter and others, fifty-six acres of land,
noa Washington, consideration, 80,100.
Landon D. Fnrrar and wife to Marshall
Davenport, seventy-two acres two roods and
thirteen poles of laud on North Fork, con
Marshall Davenport and wlfo to William
Applegate, sixteen ncros two roods and
poles of land on North Fork, consideration,
John Moore and wife to Win. M. Shepheid,
house nnd lot on north side of Uraut street,
consideration, $291, &c.
Milton Foster, colored, to H. Tierce, lot of
ground lu Mason county, consideration 820.
Points Auont Peoplo Here and
Mr. T. Jefl Rico, J. Arthur Berry and
Richard Guerin, of Lowisburg, expect
to leave for Texas early in April.
Mr. J. F. Brown, principal of tho academy
at Glenville, has given up his position
and taken charge of u church at II ills-dale,
Mrs. John Wheeler, we are pained to
announce, is so ill her recovery is
of. This intelligence will be learned
with sorrow by many frieuds.
Mr. A. J. Egnew has decided to retire
from tho firm of A. J. Egnew & Co., and
will establish himself in tho stove and
business in the building on Second
street lately occupied by G. A.
Mr. James IT. Hall, Sr., and Mr. John
II. Hall aro on their way homo from the
South and aro expected hero this week.
Mr. Hall was to havo spent several days
with his daughter, Mrs. John A. Miller,
at Atlanta, Ga.
Tho courthouse was packed to its utmost
capacity with ladies and gentlemen
last night, tho occasion being tho lecture
of Justice II. Ruthbone, tho founder of
tho order of K. of P., upon tho subject,
"Our Mission." Mr. Rathbono, for upwards
of an hour, ongaged tho attention
of his large audienco and held it closely
to tho end of his beautiful lecture upon
tho virtues and graces of tho order of
which he was the founder and which has
become so wide-spread and popular in
tho United States. Considering the short
time allowed to mako preparations and
perfect arrangements, tho mombors of
tho order havo causo to bo proud of the
result of their efforts to attract a crowded
audienco of cultured and attentive citizens.
The names of pupils who excelled in
deportment in Miss Parke's school during
January and February aro as follows:
Anna Darnell, Irene Caldwell, Gertrude
Osborne, Jennie Taylor, Lida Smoot, Bal-Ho
Rains, 8allio Daughorty, Sudio Duvall,
Moggie Wheeler, Keith Green, Addle
Cumpboll, Fannio Howo, Bessie Martin,
and Maggie Hill.
Db. II. C. Mono an is about to build a
largo i ratr o tobacco warohouso, on Second
street, bo w the gas works.
Col. J. M. Stockton received this
morning an official notice of the death of
Postmaster General nowe, and an order
to closo tho Mn)'svillo Post-office, this
afternoon between tho hours of two und
The Missionary Mite Society of the
First Presbyterian Church will meet tonight,
instead of Friday night, as announced
on Sunday, at the residence of
W. B. Mathews. Refreshments served
at eight o'clock.
Esquire M. F. Marsh held his fust
Court on Tuesday, and presided with his
usual modesty and diguity. The malefactors
of his district will find it a pleasure
to be tried before bo amiable and
The April term of tho Mason Circuit
Court begins on Tuesday, the 10th
Thero aro on the docket fifty-seven
Commonwealth cases, twenty-five common
law and nineteen equity appearances.
Of the latter six are suits for divorce.
County Clerk Ball, on account of the
distressing dullness of business, has been
obliged, to mako both ends meet, to convert
himself into a granger. lie has
bought from Messrs. Barkley, Means und
DeAtloy six hundred acres of fine Lewis
county land, on which aro five comfortable
dwellings and four large tobaro
barns, lie will cultivate this seuson
about twenty five acres of tobacco.. '
COUNT Yi.OIN IS.
Thus far the fruit Is uninjured.
A few tobacco plant bed, have been own.
Very little plowing has Iven done1
Miss Emmn Rrodt, of West Union, O., was
Visiting hero last, week.
Miss Maud Foster Is visiting al Orangeburg.
W. R. Newell sold his line saddle and
mnie, Kola, to G. M. Case lor i'-'x).
The weather the past two weks ha bi'en
very severe on the wheat eiop.mid it N
ed that some Melds, especially the laiesowlnp.
is entirely irozon out.
Fred. Lawrence recently moved horn near
Cincinnati to the. farm of It. 15. Case, mid will
cultivate acrnp of tobacco.
Mr. J. Nelson with hi- umlh
on tho 17th lust., for Oman i, Neb.
The damage done to the warehouse of Mi.
A.lloiiiui by tho recent tire bus net- lepuii
ed. Messrs, Bacon, Hum phreys 'u. havo
rented It and will commune pi ll ig tobacco
as sjou us the weather permit.
11. R. Chlldshold his tobacco, amount! to
about IU.ihw pounds last to
Messrs Hacon, Humphreys A Co., nt II o uts
per cvvt. all around. This Is the omy sale Hint
lias been made within tlie mouth.
Theto was n spelling match at the school
house lust Friday night. Miss Allluy Hw
DuvoHtcwart has reiurnedlront his trlu to
Kuumih. but has been confined to Ills room
with chills since his lolui u.
Mr. R. R. Case gave his young friends it party
last Wednesday evening, nt which can ly
pulling was the older ol the day. A good
lime was had by all.
While some of our invalids are improving,
we regret to .ay that the sick list Is steadily
Ineiutslug. Our nopuidar (deservedly s)
young bachelor pnyMolau. L)r. Dohyns has
ills hands qultufull.
The many Irlonds of Mrs. I'leon Keys will
remetto bear that there Is no liupioveiiient,
but on the other ban l.ohn Is slowly Mnklng.
Dr'hDiiugherty of Millwood, Hhnckletotd.nl
Mnysvlllo, Dotiyns, ol Lowlnhurg and Allen
ot Lexington, have dono everything Hint
medical kill could possibly do for her lellet;
ltit isu tar with Utile elfect.
Mr. 0. F. lintfinnn, who has heou Mok for
two weeks mist, Is we are happy to learn, now
Iiiiluo Dodson has opened a cooper .shop at
his old stand und Is turning out llrst rate tobacco
R. A. Calvert surveyed the land purchased
bv Mr. O. Mcl'racken, ol the Calveit heirs,
oil last Saturday and found It to contain full
eighty-seven acres. Mr. Mofraeknn Is
his property, having built two
houses; nddd to the house already on
tlie place. Our citizens will welcome Mr.
McCrucken and lamlly to their midst.
Jim Marshall says If you got Calveit to
lor you. havo all the gaps up or you will
uover be Ohio to keep him In the field.
'Texas fovor hns broken out in our midst,
soveinl of our young men pioposo starting
soon, to try their lorluno In that land ol
plenty. Among tho number, Mr. Arthur
Horry, Thomas Guilder and several others.
Misses Mary Hlngloton and Kmma Parker,
spent tho greater part of last week at Mr
Aciulla Chamberlain's. Wo do not know Just
what the attraction U; but all huvolholr own
opinion on tho subject, and It is currently
believed thai the two old bachelors may consider
themsolvos not altogether loft.
I'm in Eaknkst.
Mr. Sum. Peck, wlfo nnd son of Dover, wore
visiting l ho lamllles of H. F. Molmyrouud
Uruce Jones, last wool;.
Our school was honored by n visit from
EldorJ. H. Walllngford.ou Friday utteruoon
of lust week.
Mr. MoKrell, of tho firm of Nesbltt & Me-Krell,
of Maysvllle, spout .Sunday with his
slstor, Mrs. J. W. Kvans.
Miss Hattlo Dwiio, of Covington, is on a
visit to Irlonds In tills vicinity.
Wo woro present on last Saturday at an elegant
dinner glvon by Mrs. J. W. Kvans to a
Mrs. Jano Worthlngton, formerly of this
nolghborhoood, but now of Helena, has been
spending some time with frieuds near this
Mrs. Cliarles Peors and Miss Mollvain, of
Charleston Jlottom.woio vlutiugiu this neighborhood
Wo attended a delightful muslculontortaln
mental tho resldonceof Mrs. II. Walllngford,
on last Friday ovonlug.
Mut Evans of tho vicinity or Dovor.returnod
home on Saturday, altor a pleasant visit of
sovoraldays to tho family of G. Evans.
It seems to tako a long while to ourry a certain
horso in the neighborhood; at any rato
tho neighbors think so, If thoy happen to
wunt tholr mall about that time.
'a nrntrnotod meotinir commenced nt tbo
Methodist Church, Houth, In Germantown,
Monday, evening. Dr. Is expected on
'Wednesday. to assist the pastor W. D. Power,
In conducting the Herrloe during tho mooting.
The District CoiifereiiceofthoM. K. Chinch,
Month. Will convene ut the Ilcbion Chinch,
neur this place, on the iStli ol May.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith, former residents
of this place, aio on a visit iieie fiom
Missouri, which State is now their home.
Til.," P Im Iil I nltnr'l i ill III I till uil In I lit. Hit! .
i.KriiV last Wwik ropiOMjnted that Stutou u
veiy desirable place ol residence; and It
doubt Ions would be, to beings, so ethereal that
they could subsist on climate, units, und
(lowers; but as lor ourselves, while in the
flesh, wo prefer sotnei hlng more substantial,
such ivs good beet, milk, and butter; which
can not had In the ''Land of Flowers,', (at
lesst, such hh it Kentuelrian would eat.) I
any one N ileh enough to live on. or near the
const. In such places as Jacksonville, or Halnt
Augtisline, they enp fine tolerably well In
the way of edibles, ns those places receive
supplies f,o"o New York by steamers; but
from the Interior we would pray like Josh
Hillings: " May the good Lord deliver us."
P. K. M.
Peck's Bad Bov hi PhiMer'u 50 cents.
Advertisements lnsorted under this heading
Kic per Hue for each Insertion.
Try Liingdon's City Butter Crackers.
For rubber stamps of all kinds, call on
A. Soeries & .Son Prices very low.
Ii you want the best ten cent ciar
made try Childs, Robinson & Co.'s " Ban-
L.vdiiw, cull and see our cheap Tables
and get bargains.
Aykr's Sars.iparrilla, the lirst blond
medicine, to prove a real success, still
holilc its place tin first in public estimation,
both at home und abroad, us shown
by its miraculous cures and immensely
Assets of Kquitable Life Insurance
Company, S48,000.00), a sum never
equaled by any life company in thi
country in twenty-four years.
Jos. F. Brodick, Agent,
ltd&w Maysvillo, Ky.
When' .i cold or other cause checks the
operation of the secretive ononis, theii
natural healthy action .should he restored
i!e of Ayer's Pills, and
inalerial thereby removed from the
system. Much serious sickness and
inr mi.'lit he prevented o tint promptly
corteeliim those slight deriiiigemenis
that, oilietwise, often develop into settled
i,oir.)eld dally by G. W Gkihkl, grocei
se outl street. .daysvMle, Ky.
Mnysville I'Hiully ,
Mnysvlllo City 0 75
Kentucky Mills 6 00
'hitter, "eUr olHJ.'t"
iinl. u It, IS
ligns. 'f doz 16
Meal V peck 'JO
viol fancy 7i"i
sugar, granulated V n II
" yellow V .lit
lams, sugar euro,! tl ft.. .. lb
'liicon, breakuist V if. .. 15
lloimny.'jl gallon ,
tleiuis "jl gallon &.
rtMn wuwnwwwi mtm
r l'o buy a pair of second hand
VY plattonn scales In good outer. Apply to
JOHN ADA MHON.
ni2(Jillw Muy.svllle, Ky.
rASS'Tinn A uoslllon as agiudener by n
oomiieteut iiuui. Apin in
home foragood girl sixteen
Vt yeaiM old, to do geueinl housework. Apply
at inb'iKfcwtf THIS OFFICE.
knocked outol prices
Vt in waeon making. James M.Frazler de
sires the people to know that he is prepared to
do ull kinds of wagon work, either repairing
or new woi k, at reasonable prices. Person desiring
a good Job will please call.
JAMJ'JH l,, fKAilliH,
mWd&wIni Helena. Ky.
.Tint ftXliir'. Thiee good houses on tho
? I'lenilns nlke. within the cty limits, by
J7dAwlw SALLKEASALLKK, Attorneys.
OHN.VI.K OK house lu Clleslo
F containing & rooms and a kitchen, gaiiien
and benery lor a large lot of poultiy, stublo
and house for buggy. Apply to
in ar 1 2d if J A M ES J ACO BS.
7K S l.K Farm of 111 aores near
F ton, Caldwell county, Ky. Railioad run
through tho county. Pi Ice 8700, will exchaug
tor Texas land or other nroneilv.
m22dlw M.F. MARSH,
Library Building, Sutton Stieot.
NAIilC Waiehoiiho and lot, corner of
i,MK nnd Second, ihieo story brick coiner
Mnrket aud Front, two residences on Second.
and one on Fourth btreet. Apply to
I'iHlui GARRETT S. WALL,
KaI.K 75,000 second hand Sphar &
1 Co'.hrlck; 50 squares rooting tin nearly
now: 2.5,0 ,0 feol of neurly new lumber of
kinds. Apply to
mlOd&wtf . G. M.WILLIAMS.
MAliK A Framo cottngo of 8 rooms
I70U kitchen, V, aoro of ground attached,
UIIU milo from Mnysville. on tho Fleming
nlko. Apply on tho premises to
in6 MRS. MAROAREI CHILDiS.
N hundred aores of best land
FOIl Musun county, with good d welling aud
lino tobacco bam. Twenty acres of now land,
Situated on Fleming pike live miles fiom
Mnysvlllo. Apply to
inlW&wlm GAUUKTT B. WALL.
17OK N ALE A deslrablo cottage of 5 rooms,
P on Third street. Aberdeen. O. The rooms
I aro all on ono floor, with a nco basement.
more IS an ununuauea ut truit, . a ruuu
well of water la tho yaid and a good stable.
Apply to XI . n u iiuww ,
marOdAwlm Aberdeen, Ohio.
'.lO!f cottage' tn uoood rapnlr.
Apply at niilthw THIm (M'FICE.
,Hf( K00111V101 lent in the central
pattol theeli,. lhiiulieat Hie
n.V P. t. Several of the last building
FOK in t'heslei. Pi leetf'0loiri0iii weekly
or iiiouilily pa merits Apply 10
1. K. vIARHH,
Llbiniy Building. pulton Hueet.
Abuui a week "iiso, a plain gold
j cross, a ueiitletu.in's breast pin, Tho finder
will plens, i tin n Millie to t.iN olllco and
bollhertlly rewarded. ln'ltw
the afternoon of Mrs.
hell's funeral, lu Aberdeen, a lady's fur
.ape. Reiuin Ut i'homas Hill's stor , in Aberdeen,
or this otllce and receive leward. m2i:it
Third street nu.r Uiowu's
grocery store; a small plnlii gold ring.
Apply to FRED. OTTO.
17011 NAI.i: -Five Montgomery" County
I Bond-, safe lu vextuiont tor guaidians.
pp!y this w.ek to
UI2H.1 II wl 1 (J A RRETT 4. WALL.
The linn of HONAN & ('LIFT, was
by mutual consent Much 22, 18S1.
ThchooUsot thol iietliin have been placcsl
In the bauds of S.illee & Sallee. who are. authorized
to settle all the business ct the lutn
firm. A. IIONAN,
iu2.s.lmdvw. C. U CLIFT.
'14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OJME
gA'fffcPsffiBrrsvJ . . .- e
Mi -x. 1 V- i i W ' V si P im
Act SfclirectJy on tlc lulver.'
CtTKIM Cuil t.S Wli I ITI R,
Sick Hi: daciie, Hii.ioi' Colic,
TI(S,.HIIKl'MATISSl, l'l I.KS, JMbl'IT.VlIVN
or tup l(FiiT, I izzisiAs. Toiteio Livicb,
l'o.TI.I I'ONOUK. ftl,KKt'I.KN4XXSK.AND AM.
TIIK Ln I'.ll AVI) STOMACH, If
yon do not "feci vry well,""n KlnRle pill at
siirniiuiius me smiiiucn, reHioreai
tin' niipi'tllc liriiarls vli;or to the system. , I
R.E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Th3 Fine HARHESS STALL10H,
Will make the present .season, which has1 commenced
anil wlllexplie on the il 01 July, at
thtisiiibieot John H. Fields, 011 the
MUH leek turnpike road, four and 11
halt miies ninth 01 Klemlngsbuig, two mlleK
south ol Ml.Ctlltvd, loin mtle.swestot Ml. Cur-met,
and iwo miles euhtoi Millwood, at
$10 to Insure a LIVING COLT,
JS lo Insure -i nwre In Foul. Money due in
all case.- when lie- maie if. removed 01 parted
Willi he ion th Met Is ascertained.
DESCMPTJON AND PEDIGREE.
KEN'TI'i KY rMIEF.Jr.lsa beautiful dnik
inahoiinm h.o 01 bmwii sixteen and
liand.s huh, old lln.s spring. He
wns.siieU bv the eult'hiated iniiiliioi
ICi'iitueky (' lei, lie b the world ilienowned
ptemlinii hnis.e, IMll's Indian Chief, he by
bloods Vermont Biach'iawU (hall brother to
rJhaii Allen) he by IlillS he by
Sherman Morgan, lie by Morgan, tbo
oilKiual Moiunii horse; Ke uucuy Chief. Jr. 's
(lit it) was by lieilalr, ,lr . hrby Thomas Lewis'
liellair, he by Hoiate H,-it, n'.s Dlomede, ho
by Quicksilver. In- h Cndet. he by Johnston'M
Medley, he by Modlev. lit by Mill, he by Sir
llai'y 'sdon b. Uhiek Rabbit, a
thorougl bicd hore. Ken inky Chief's dam
was b. by 11111 Yorkshlie;
2nd dam bv SirCuiiilos, heb.v 'li Aiehn ; Indian
Chbi's dam witsb) R A. Alexander's
uniioitetl Ivl In Foriest, he oyvounii Bashaw
lie by Aiull in bitsh.nv; Ynung Bashaw's dam
WiihhydiM I otisnl secnml dam by Imported
Messenaor, thlid dam ny Rockingham; No. I
FonesiS dam b Salt pel re, out ol a
win. ne: .Moiuausdttin by Young
llambletouian, by Bishop's llambletonlan,
he by liupoited rness uuer. (thoroughbted),
Mumbrlno, the Ihoioughbred of England.
A No. I SPANISH JACK
$8 to Insure a LIVING COLT.
Wo retain alien on all colts for the season
money. Great care will be taken to proven t
accidents, hut no responsibility should any
occur, iiiarlw.'lm L. H. A E. W. FlELO.
The Fine Saddlo and Harness Stallion,
Will stand tlio prenenl Season at ny Stable,
Two Miles west 01 Maysllek, on ihe Mavsllok
and Sardls Pike, and w 111 bo permiud to'sorvo
$10 to Insure a Mare With FOAL.
is a bay colt,
foaled lathe spring ol IH70, by Chloti.ilu or
Calaban. Ills dam was Rell by Solleriuo; bo
by lmpoited Yorkshire. His dam was St.
Mary by Hamlet; and his great dam was
itomp by Langai; Hell's dam was Kate
by AtJjiutjuJitrby American Kcllp.se; ho by
Old Duroo and Imported Dlomede. Roll's
grand dam was by Abdullah; her great grand
dam was by Englnoer; hor gr. gr. yr. dam was
R0L0, Prince of Jacks,
Rlack, fifteen hands high, mealy nose. For
length, musolo and style, ho ohallonges comparison.
Ho will servo marts at tho a bo to
place, ut tho low prloo of
$10 to Insure a Mar o With Poal.
Allen wlllborotalnodonall colts crot bv Hm
above Horsoor Jack, until tho season monoy
Is paid. Mares kept on reasonable terms.
Caro taken to prevent acoldents, but not re
sporndble should any occur.
J. M, PIPER,