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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN,
THURSDAY EVE., MARCH 21), .1883.
hosser & McCarthy,
I'UIILIHUKKS AND PnOl'RIlCTORH.
OmciAt. notlco has bcon nerved
And what wo'vo got to do,
Is not to call It Bridge slroet now.
But Myall Avenue.
Tlio street has now become, you know,
A stalely thorouehfuro,
And Is adornod, as you can see,
By Castles In tlio nlr."
A has been CHtabliahed ut
Huzclton, Lewis county.
Our local traders are paying from GJ to
7 cents a pound for hogs.
bales of cotton arrived
yesterday for the Maysvillo Mills.
,Mn. Chaui.ks F. Taylor will ship a car
load of hogs to Cincinnati by the
Somktuixg over a hundred horses have
been shipped by river this week to Cin
cinnati and the Eastern markets.
The Bostona goes down now every
Sunday at 9 a. m., in place of tho Ohio
which has been chartered by the Memphis!
Mrs. Ohio Davis, who has been a reader
of the Bulletin for twonty years, bus
preserved complete flies of tho paper,
beginning with tho first number.
A passenger coach on tho Chattaroi
road, at Ashland, was burned by an incendiary
on Tuesday. This seems to be
a now field for the gentry of tho torch.
A similar act was perpetrated at Paris
Tiik books of tho late firm of ilonan cc
Ciift are in the hands of Sallee & Sallco,
where all persons who aro indebted to
them will pleoso call and settle. Mr. C.
B. Clift will continue tho business at the
Tiik Bonanza will arrive from below at
half-past eight o'clock this evening, the
Bostona at midnight and tho Katie Stock-
dalo at thrco o'clock to-morrow morning.
The Fleetwood will pass down a little
Col. D. AY. Ward of Grayson, Kj.,
committed suicide a few days ago at
Ala., by taking morphino. Ho
was formerly a wealthy and influential
citizen of the placo where ho resided, but
had met with a revorse of fortuuo.
Titk largo number of poll tax delinquents
outsido of Maysville, is largely
accounted for by tho fact th.it many persons
have moved away since tho list was
made, and in spite of the euro taken by
tho Assessora there have been a number
of erroneous assessments.
Mr. A. J. Eonkw will bet:in
in tho building at tho corner of Market
and Third streets, formerly occupied by
A. R. Glascock, and not on Second street
as has been stated. Mr. J. K. Allon, a
well known business man of Millersburg,
will bo associated with him.
Messrs. James & Caru, successors to
Thomas Jackson, aro running a street
hack for tho convenience of tho public.
It is in charge of a polito and careful driver
who will respond to any call promptly
and satisfactorily. Orders should bo left
at tho stable on Market street below the
"To Europe and Back, with Incidents
in Scotland, Ireland and England," is
tho title of a little book which Mr. William
Willocks, tho author, has kindly laid
' on our desk. It is well written and embodies
his impressions of tho old country during
a visit made last year. The matter
dealt with is neatly described and very
Tiik Gorman Relief Society, have
asked tho Bulletin to return their
thanks to tho good people of
for their generous aid as well as for
their company at tho ball and supper on
Monday night. They feel a pardonablo
prido that tho apparent enjoyment of
everybody presont was an evidenco that
their cflorts to ploaso wore successful.
Coorrr street, tho seat of justice, so to
apeak, and tho Bourco from whence came
a law prohibiting tho depositing of asheB
on any of the streets of tho city, is being
cleaned, that 1b, laborers aro engaged re
moving about fifty tonu of ashes deposited
there during tho winter. The street
by this work will bo cut doton about two
feet and wiP bo almost on! a loyol ftlth
. tho aide-Aural .
An Ancient Masonic Apron, First Worn
by the Late S. 11. Nicholson in Old
Maysville Lodge No. 20.
A relic that is of particular interest to
tho Masonic brotherhood of Maysvillo is
now on exhibition in the show windows
of Morrison it Kackley's book store. It
is a Masonic apron that is moro than sixty
years of ago, and was once tho property
of tho lato Sir Knight Strother B. Nicholson,
of this city. At his death on the
16th of February, 1882, it was given to
Mason Lodge, No. 342, of which he was
a lifo member, and will be preserved as
one of its most valuable relics. It is made
of white eatin, the various emblems having
boon painted by hand or executed in
delicate needle work, and is something
of a work of art. The following resolutions
adopted by Mason Lodge, at tho
time of his death, give some interesting
points in his Masonic history and show
the estimation in which ho was held as a
member of the order:
Your couunilteo who were appolnioil to
draft resolutions expressive of tlio sense of
this Conunnndery. on the death ol Sir Knight
S. B. Nicholson, beg leave respoctlully to
tha'. they And our venerable brother
begun his Masonic lite In I8:l, having been Initiated
that year In Old Maysvillo Lodge No.
'20, Iroin that date until his dentil he was a
zenlnusand true Mason, that Iti 1S0 shortly
alter our Commundery was instituted, ho became
a "Knight among our number," and
was a faithful until old ago forced
1) I ill to relinquish his pot. Though an
and unobtrusive man, he was for fifty
years thoroughly Identified with the Masonic
history of Kentucky, and was well and
known throughout thobtnteusa Mason
distinguished for his zeal. In recognition of
the fact hu was appointed, at tho unanimous
request of his b rutin tm (without his knowledge,)
Grand Pursuivant of tho Grand Lodge
ofKentucky, which ho hold for two successive
terms. Wo recommend tho adoption of tho
following preaiubloaud resolutions:
WiiKitKAK, Death hns again vlsPed our
ranks and lemoved Irom us our venerable Sir
Knight 3. II. Nicholson, therelore be It
Jieaolved, That in tho death of Sir Knight
Nicholson our order has lost a faithful and
zealous brotuer, devoted and truo to our
principles. G. H. Wall.
W. P. Coons,
L. Ed. Pkahck.
An Opinion of a Law.
Tho publication of the new city ordinance
to suppress vagrancy and drunkenness,
has caused a sonsiblo flurry among
the gentry for whoso benefit it was enacted.
A well-known loiterer, who does
nothing every day and tloes it with
said this morning to a
reporter for tho Bulletin that tho law
was "p'intedly unconstitutional."
"I'm not a lawyer," ho added, "and I
don't pretend to bo ono, but I've got
sense enough to know that the city can
have no legal right to put a man on the
simply becauso ho is poor."
"Tho law will bo enforced, nevertheless,"
remurked the reporter.
"Of course it will but its wrong. Its
making poverty a crime. Its making
felony out of a man's misfortunes and its
getting their d d rock broke for nothing.
Just let 'em crack their whip and
go ahead if they want to hear music. I
for ono don't intend to bw arrested. I'd
like to see any ofiicor "
Just then Jiintnie Redmond, who was
taking a stroll after his morning lesson in
French, turned the corner, and somebody
moved away rapidly. It wasn't the reporter.
Mr. Win. C. Pelham has invented and
patented a mill for making wax comb
foundation for-bee-hives. It has several
points of superiority over these now in
use and will be recognized as a valuable
addition to bee-keeping appliances. Ho
is manufacturing it for sale.
Mr. S. J. Filson, a well known railroad
man, has been granted a patent for a c.ir
coupling, which is said to possess novel
features and is thought to be a valuable appliance.
Another gentleman, who is too modest
to desire to seo his name in print, has invented
somo ingenious machinery for the
manufacture of clay tobacco pipes. A
single machine is capable of turning out
three thousand porfectly mado pipes in a
Mr. W. F. Mitchell, agent of tho Cincinnati
Chamber of Commorco Relief
Committee, visited Abordeon a few days
ago and left with Capt. J. C. Power, the
sum of $230, to bo distributed among tho
persons mado destituto by tho flood.
Capt. Power has distributed tho money
where it was most needed, nnd lias thus
relieved a great deal of suffering. He had
previously distributed $100 which ho received
through tho gonerosity of Mr.
Morris Sharpo, of Washington 0. II.,
Ohio, a former citizen of Aberdeen. The
persons who have beon relieved aro very
grateful for tho timely assistance rendered.
Tub Covington Commonwealth, whoBe
eood opinion wo value, has been kind
enough to say: Tho Maysvillo Daily
TJcluctih is to bo enlarged, which indicates
woll deserved Buccew.
About Thoso Owls. GKuitffK GuniminiH, who was tried and
Kobert H. Williams whllo' chopping wood i con victetl by the Circuit Court for hog
on his rami In Black Oak: ono day last weetf. ,. . . ,.
caught two youngowls of the horned species stealing and sentenced to a term of inland
on tho following night placed these In priHOiiuient in tliepeiuteniiiirv, lias "tin
traps and succeeded In capturing the old ones
also, They wore the finest specimens or the ; unuiti'd a new trial bv the Court of
ever seen In this "neck of woods," , , , , '
and Uncle John Armstrong, being a Judgf of -I peals. He has been brought back to
sucn iowis, immeuiaieiy lorineii asynuicaie
and bought up the wholo quartette, and had
inem noxeu ami lancicu to a. a. wausworin
niif. IJVjul fkttn Mnirkvlllu A rvnin ....,..... mi n 11 li. .
. . -' WV, 'J " ,..- J ;
tlio uirtiH was tim following gorgeius uispiny or
of poetical (diligence fioui the versatile pen
01 uncio joiiu:
Thcso birds of wisdom I present,
As tokens ol esteem ;
Tho hills ol Lewis they frequent,
And wink, and sleep. unddreuiu.
And If you'd know how boarders faio
At the St. Charles Hotel,
Justask thoso birds of solemn ulr,
Or chickens fat to tell.
And If their story you reject,
Then come ami cease your toll',
And carelully dissect
Upon the receipt of the above nien
lion "animals" and " poetical effulgence"
Messrs. W. A O., immediately penetrated
the disguise of tho "animals" aforesaid
and discovered the familiar faces of four ',,"
. , , ,, ,
.i " it t t
popular members of the I'orunii 'club
of the city of Vancebunr, a club j
celebrity has no circumference. The
. . . . . . . ,
recognition ot these lour delegates irom
that organization inspired the following
which we have beon requested to print
TO TIIK DKLKOATEH FROM " I'KKCNA."
A little box Is lust at hand,
With four wise mlulonsiif pale Luna,
Their sober air, and faces bland.
Proclaim them members ol the li.iml,
the club " IVrtina."
We fear they're "Solons" in disguise.
Four absent chuiehtucn on their lurks,
Ono has Doc Conner's crafty eyes
Another, untledwd. vainly tiles
To hide the whiskers of JoeHpurks.
Ilalbert gives himself awuy. or
Quito plnlnly In his oily giln:
That llossy look would any day,
Uevenl the sly old Ciissldny,
Wiping tho beor ftom oil his ehin,
'Tls ever thus, when Sulnts leave home,
To mix them with the world mid e II, . 1
Mask their faces they comic. 1
And, so disguised they fearless rii'im, '
And bold v try to cheat the devil.
No wonderthen. these tnU of nighl.
Fearing their linine folks '.hV.m v mowN,
Havo slipped awny on a !l'"lmi i
Trying to hide them, oh, comic tl sg't.
Under the feithersof four yntmu owls .
The town will miss their hoot hoot, In c, 1
And not the slightest hit tun m n.iib. II
There's no telling, but we wcleoMie you,
Yedelegalesof tint mvstlccrov, !
Of night liawks.ciillod ' Perunn."
O. A W.
Mu.KVlllc. Ky.,'March v.), Iftst.
Wksi.uy Com lis, of Lexington, a youth
sixteen years of ago has been arrested for
attempting to wreck a train on tho Louisville
and Lexington road.
BuoTHKit Knt.t.Aic. of the Curlislp Mor-1 1
cry, compliments the enhwged
tin as follows:
Tho Maysville nvii.v" Hnt.T,KTt.v bus been
enlnrged and comes to us hrim lull of good
Tim hnnd:"mi! p.irlnr of the county
clerk's ollife was the scene of another marriage
yesterday Miss .Martha Cooper, of
this county to Mr. George Mor.m, of
Robertson count v. llov. M. D. Iteynolds
performed the ceremony, nnd Col. J. H.
Noyes was on hand to give away the
bride and clerk H.ill to do the congratulating
in the most approved aesthetic
Puck's Bad llov ut l'histor's 30 cents.
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
lUc per line for each insertion.
Thy Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Ik you want tho best ten cent cigar
mado try Childs, Robinson A Co.'s " Ban- 1
L.vniK8, call and Bee our cheap Tables
and get bargains.
A. H. Glasscock &JCo.
Aykii'8 Sarsaparrilla, the first blood In
medicino to provo a real success, still
holds its pIhco as first in public estimation,
both at home and abroad, as slfbwn
by its miraculous cures and immonsoly
Assets of Equitable Life Insuranco
Company, $48,000,000, a sum nover
equaled by any lifo company in this
country in twenty-four years.
Jos. F. BitonicK, Agent,
ltd&w MayBvillo, Ky.
When a cold or, othor cause checks tho or
operation of tho secretive orgatiB, their
natural healthy action should bo restored
by tho uso of Ayor's Tills, and
theroby removed from tho or
system. Much serious sickness and
nrincr michtbo nrovontod by thus prompt
ly correcting thoso alight derangements
that, othorwiso, oitcn aoveiop into aouioa
Maysville and will be tried at the April
term of the court. For the past month
til f it I- .
more no huh ueen wonting on mu
tucky CVutral extension in Madison
K hi ,lli. .tlAKKti'lt
Corrected daily by U. W. Ukimkl, grocer.
;se. ond street, Maysville. Ky.
Limestone. ... i 7 2
Maysville Family i '2"
Maysville City H 75
Mason county i i zt
Kentucky Mills., mo
nut tor, tt
i.ard.V tt lr.
Kggs, V doz 15
Meal $ peck it)
Chickens soru .""
MolHsses, fancy "75
coal oil, p gai. M
l.graunhited r Jl
yellow tt. s(jy
Hams, sugar cureil V 'r.... 15
ltcon, bieakiust i iij
IC'otree Urn Th
W f i A l'.4 A gOO(l M'lMllO lllllKl Nile.
.ppiy to niai.T) una wrrii.ti.
r AXTI'I To buy a piilr of hand
V platloim ic.des in good older. Apply to
nr.'tkllw Maysville, Ky.
ir position iis a gardener by a
TT competent man. Appiyal
i'HIH OF KICK.
T A.VI'i;i). home foi ii good girl sixteen
TT yeaisold, lodi) uciieiul houework. Apply
at iiiNlA'tif 'illlrt OFUCK.
S r klioelteti out of mlces
TT In wayoiiliilikliiu. .Inines M. Kia.ler de- j
t' i lit; irw liu III uiiiiw l lilt I lie in fl t')tlirii kf
all kinds ol wugim wink, eliher ie)iilrlug
mow wo It at leiiMiiniblo prices.
firl g a rfiKhi job will please call.
.su ,n,i .wiji.tuoiucry County
IIiiiiiK nle In lor giiiudluns.
Appij 'lilf week to
ni'JNiliwlt OAKUiriTH. WALL.
1.ilt s,V(.K good hi'ti.ses on the
Hlemlng pike, within the c 'y limits, by
S LliKKtS.LLK AMoncys.
second on lid Mpnm .v
Co's.hih'k; V siiuiues louilug lln nwiny
ih'w;'.'i,m i feci ol ne.irly new lumberm
kinds. Apply to
iiiWdAuil O. M. WILLIAMS
l.ll S 1 iicii'sotbst mid
In Miion counts , with good ilwel I. ,g and
III tllh.!!!!! tllll'll. Tu'Miitl llllllll .llllh' lllllll.
jnliuiiti'ti on Fleming pfke 11 v.- miles Horn
.Mnysi lllc. Apply to
iiiIhi.VmIiii UMlltKi'TS WALL.
A houseiliv In sic
1o:i.NAI.i:olt and a kitchen, muden
)ud ni'iii'r.N for ii lurgit lot ol ioultiy,
lmuM tor buggy Apply to
innri.Mil J.y.MKS JACK l!S.
Mi U ,! .K Faun ol 111 acres near
county, K. Itaihoiid run
thiotiiih tl:ecouut. Pi Ice J70U, UMllexchiiug
lor icss iiiiid or other propciiy.
iii'i'diw .M.F. MAHSIl.
Llbniry Itiilldtut. rsuttoii
.Mill SAi.K WarcliotiM and lot, corner ol
Vt and bilckcoinei
i . ill .... Nicoitd.ilut'Ustoiy .. . . ". . . ii . .. ..
l'.'bliu OAKUKt'l H, WALL,
IjHll s,l,i; A Frame cottnge ol 11 looms
and kitchen. !., neio ol uioundaliachfd.
one mile from Masvllle. on the Flmnlng
pike Apiilyonthe picinlscs to
mil MltS. MAUUAKKT CHILD-.
It S A I.K A dfsl rn bin of 5 1 ooms
1,Mt Thild stl'iet. AbHideen.O i'he looms
lire all on one tlo r, with a ulcu hiiscnicnt.
Thee is an iihuudiuice of Iruil trees, agood
well of water lu the yautniid h good si.ddc.
Apply to W. IIUKIir ur.
tint 1 1) Abeidecn.Oblo.
;ou HK.N'I' Two cottiigiM lii uooi d rapalr.
Apply ut inJIdlw TIlIfcOrFU K.
lor rent in the central
1jit ol the city. Inquire nl the
'.7 HULLHTiy OKFICK.
of the hist building
I7K lu Chester. PilcotlrOtoelJJUlu weekly
monthly payineuls. Apply to
Library Rulldlug. Sutton Street.
About a wcok iro, a plain irold
LOST a gentleman's breast pin. Tho finder
will please return sum, io tnls otllce and
be liberally rewarded. m'i'idlw
OS the afternoon of Mrs. J. 15. Cam
bell's funeral, lu Abeideen, a lady's fur
capo. Return to Thonuis Hill's store, In Aberdeen,
or tills olllco and receive rewind. in'JKIt
The linn of HONAN A CLIFT, was dissolved
by mutual consent March '.1', I8SJ.
The boons ot the lulu (Inn huvo been placed
the bunds of Hnllue A Sallee, who are authorized
to settle nit the business of the Into
firm. A. HONAN,
ju!.lmd4w. C. ULIFT. "
To lirovent vngrancy and drunkenness In the
Oily of Maysville.
He it ortlatned by the Tionrd oj Giuncllmen of
the City o Muyivilla : Skc. 1, Tlmt If any
person bo found loitering or rambling
about in the Oily of Maysville. not having 1 ho
means to innlutnln hi nisei t by some visible
property, or who does notbetuke hlmsolf to
labor, or some honest culling to obtain a livelihood,
or who not possessing such means has
quit his Imbibition, having a wife or child or
children without suitable meaus of HUbslstunco
who Is drunken, Idle or dissolute in habits,
without vl8lblo means of support, shall, upon
conviction thereof boforo tho Mayor of snld
city, be fined, in a sum not less than ton dollars,
nor moro than fifty dollars, to he paid,
recovered or on forced with costs na other linos
under tho ordlnnnccs and charter ofsuld city.
Sec. 2, That ull linos Imposed and paid or
worked out under the provisions of this
ordinance by u person hnvlng a wlto, child or
children, without suitable means of subsist-
ance, may bo appropriates io their support.
ortMnnno "hnl1 Uk0 eflocl
Auopwa id cam un nnjii ., ij.
AttMtt I .uay Tatlob, city Clerk. WU
Tha Fine HARNESS STALLION,
Will make the pi esent season, Whlcli
unit wlllexplrc on thcllrst of July, at,
the stable ol John 11. Flolds. on the Flemings-burg
and .Milli'ivok turnpike road, inurandn,
hall miles north ol rieinlngshuig, two mile
south ol Mt.fJlleul, lour miles west ot Ml.
two miles K.tstof .Millwood, at
$10 to Insure a LIVING COLT,
JS to tnsuroii mnreln Foul. Money due in
nil cases when the mine Is removed or purled
with belore the lact Is iiseerlidned.
DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE.
KKNT1MICY CHIEF.Jr.lHH lieaiitlfuf dark
mahogany bu or brown sixteen nnd
hands high, nine . cuts old this spring. Hu
was sired by the celebrated premium horst
KenlupKyCldef.be by tlio world drmiownwl
promlum horse, Ollrs Indian Cblef, he by
lilood s Vermont llhiclchnwk (hall brother to
Kthaii Allen) he by Hill's BIokhawk. ho by
Mheimnii .Morgiin, he by Justin Morgan, tho
original Moman Iioish; Ke tuoky Chief, Jr. n
diun was by llellali, Jr . lie by Thomas Lowls'
llellnir, he by Horace lien ton's Ulomede, ho
by Huleksllver. he bv Cadet, he by Jolmsion's
.Mediey, hu by .Medley, lie by luil, ho by Hlr
Hnriy B'laiie.Jr Vd mi by illaek Habblt.a
thoroiig ibicd Keniucky Chief's data
was by Ameiieau.he by lin ported Yorlwhire;
L'ml limn by Sir Clunk's, lie by Kir Archie; Indian
('hlui's (lam was by It. A. Alexander's
liiiixn ted I'M in Forn st. Iio byyoung Uashaw
holi.v Aiabliiii Itiishiiw; Voting Riisbaw's dam
wusbyllisl second dam by Imported
Messenger, ihhd dam by Hopklnghani: Ned
Fonest's diun by Snltpetie, out or a
ii U wmare; Sherman Moraans dam by Young
llaiubletoulnii, by Itlshop's lliiinbletonlan,
he bv Imported inesseimer. (thoroughbred),
Mambrlno, the thoroughbud or Kugland.
A No. I SPANISH JACK
$8 to Insure a LIVING COLT.
We leridn alien on all colts for the season
money, (licit eaie will be taken to prevent
accidents, but no responsibility should any
oecui. iintilw.lni L. It. & K. W. FIELD.
The Fin Saddle and Harness Stallion,
Will stand tho prenent Season at myHtable,
Two Miles west oi MuystJck.on the Mu.VNilck
and Saidls Pike, urn! will hepermlled to servo
$10 to Insure a Mare With FOAL.
is a bay. colt,
foaled Li the siiilng ol IH7U, by Chleliulu or
Calabiiu, Ills dam whh Pell by Holleilnp; ho
by Impoiti'il Yorkshire. His ilnm was Ht.
.Mn ry liy lliinilt't ; nnd lilsurcat dam
itoiup by Lu n gar; Hell's dnni wils.Kato
hy Alliuiia; he by American F.clipse; hii by
Old I Ml roc anil Imnoited Ulomedc. Hell's
grand Hum washy Aodallnh; hergrest grand
Unit whs. by Engineer; hor gr. gr. ur, dam was
I m potted
R0L0, Prince of Jacks,
Illaek, tlileen IriixN liigli, nienly nose. For
length, musi'le and styic, he challenges
He ulll scive mures ut the above
place, ut thul'itv price of
$10 to Insuro a Maro With Foal.
A Hen will be retained on all colts got by tlio
above Horseoi .I'iek until the mmisoii money
is iial'l. Mioes kepi on lensonable terms.
One tnken io incidents, hut not responsible
should any occur.
J. -M. t'll'I'.U.
Maicli 'Jili, Ins !. inirwtf
THE FINE LARGE TR0TIING STALLION,
Will Maud the season at the livery
stables oi Moses Daullon & Hro , and will bo
permitted to oeive mans at
$25 to Insure a Mare With Foal.
Jlreeders of fine stock will please call and
sen him. Colonel lncii West savs ho Is a
belter hoise than hl ylre. Almoin. Ho
will cprUalnly iniike a flue stock boisoand if
heshoiild lull to get troiteis he will uet oxtiit
flue and c inch horses. Ho will bo
n likely to gel tiottprsiis uny ot them.
JOHN HUUUINM Is by Almont.tho great
sire ol trotteis. d.tm by Ktown Ohlel, mmi of
Mambrli.o Chief, siroof Lady Thome,
Palcben. Mniubrlno King. .to Call and
seo the horse before breeding elsewhere.
l4,B0b 13oxes sold in n year by Ol"JB
ui ikm" ul
Act Wircctly oti the Liver.
t'llllKS ClIll.La AND KKVKII, DVSI'KI'SIA,
Sick Hkmhciib, IIiliousColk
TION, HllKirMATIHIt, 1'II.KS, PAI.I'ITATION
OK TUB ItKAIlT, I IZ7.INKS.S. Tolll'ID Ll VE1I,
COVTHOTONIIUB, SLKKCLKSNKSH, AND ALT,
DlSKASK Or TIIK LlVI.H AND BTOMACII. If
you do not " reel very wu1."h single pill at
stliuulntes the stomach, restores
liupiirts visor to thesystom.
R.E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
7 AGO & BEASLEY,
Manufacturora of First Glass
Carriages 'and Buggies
of the latest stylo nnd beat workmanship, (ull
nl tht lattHt stylo Hide liar Borings). Alxo.
Bprlng WagouH. ltopalriug done with dl
wall Street, next 'onr to Pxarok Duos.
Ian. HO, 1870. MAYftVII.LK,jY.