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Latest Designs in Wall Paper and Window Shades at MORRISON & KACKLBY'S'
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVE., APRIL 9, 1883.
A jom.t, Jovial, kindly soul,
And master of his art,
Down nt tlio luill, In ' Kdgowood FolkH."
Will do his faithiulpait.
You'd bolter rig your Lushing gear,
Your buttons nil sow tlaht,
And thin you'll find Is good ndvlco,
When you i?o there to-night.
Tiik river is swelling again.
The aid Fellows of Manchester, are
going to build a new lull this spring.
Mn. W. L. Mou.v. on Saturday, sold
his crop of tobacco about live thousand
pounds, to Mr. John Terhune, for $10
TmitTV hogsheads of White Burley
tobacco grown in Fleming county, were I
sold a fow davs ago at Louisville at an
average price of SI 8.20. !
The unfavorable weather for plowing
, , , , tl , from the ,..,, I
has brought the people country
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m to the city to-day in great numbers.
The streets have been crowded all tho .
A liumitr little son of Mr. Win. Rudy,
aged two and n half years, died this '
morning. Tlio burial will take place I -... -
from the residence on Third street to- Mk. Martin Mansion, whoso death by
morrow afternoon at two o'clock. ! drowning, together with two of bin child-
4 .... I ren, has been noticed in this pa-Ma.
John Dwyer recently sold lw ,)0I.f wa8 ,he koopor of a toll gate neat-crop
of tobacco, about sixteen thousand1 0 winsiIe. They were drowned about
pounds, to Collins oc l'roctor, ol Alt. i
Gunnel, for $15 from tho ground up
The crop was an unusually line one.
house and family in danger, he too two
Tin: finest pair of mules seen in Mays-!
of his children in his arms and tried to
vitle for a long time were exhibited on the
streets by Mr. Thomas Forman. - cross the creek, but the rushing waters
Thev were "three years old and well overlook him and ho was drowned to-matched.
Thev were much admired. ' gelher with his little ones. The mother
:.. j an,i three other children, who remain-Ma.
John N. Thomas contemplates the1 e(j in tii'e house, were saved. Mr.
early improvement of his business house' annioii and one of the children were
on Market street. It is to bo suppliud .
with an iron front, tho masonry of pressed
brick with freestone tiiuuniugs and
'plate glass windows. It will be one of
tho handsomest buildings in tho city. I
Soi. Smith Russi't.is new comedy
drama is one of the fow successful plays
of the present season, and .Sol is enjoying holders of the Lewis and Mason
At all his city engagements' pike Iloud Company hold Saturday April
he has been greeted by packed houses,
and is booked for return engagements in
Chicago, St. Louis, Philadelphia,
and Now York.
Xotici: will bo been in another column
of a meeting of the stockholders of the i
X V ,, , .. Those! I
Germantowu b.ur Association.
present report a largo uttetv dance audi
aiiriuwofnl hionlili... Tln fOintiailV W
"-'" - ; " " "" . i
expend the proceeds from last year a fain
in improving tho buildings and enlarging j
the premium list.
A dispatch from Lexington to the'
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Cincinnati inquirer s.iys :
Kills Craft to-day receive I n letter fiom a i
i.,.i ..,!. iii tt.iili.il i liii fnlliiwlii" Inlornialloii
lselvou. Ho Eitvs: "They havei:ot a noaro in I
Jail In Charleston. W. Va and ho has told
enough to clear you and N'nl.nud as soon as
they net the other one It will ho published to
tho world. Tillman and Hums visited the
negro lujail. Tnu Governor mnilo a bl speech
In your lavor. I will t;et It and send It toyou
in tho next letter. Keep In 14001I heart: I
thlukyou and Neal will ho free amln."
Mas. vuv K.Timmvs
tho arrival of a fresh stock of millinery
goods for tho spring trade, which
have been soleeted with her usual goo 1
taste. She has also eng.iged an accomplished
lady trimmer from Cincinnati, a
fact that will bo appreciated by her lady
patrons. The sto2k is ready for inspection
and Mrs. Thomas will bo pleased to show-it
to all whether purchasers or not.
A c.i'xru'MAN in this county three
years ago bought a farm near Maysville,
"which contained Vl acres and cost $l,0.')0.
The first year he Bold $(173 worth of tobacco
from it, tho second year $S30 and
tho third year about $S00. Tho wheat,
corn and other produce obtained from it
made tho average yearly recoiptb about
1,000, or in other words the farm paid
for itself every year. The fortnor occupant
of th'w laud came very near starving
Thk new tobacco warehouse which Mr.
Newton Cooper is about to have built
on Front street between Market ami
Sutton will bo three stories high with a
cellar under tho entire building. It will
front sixty foot and extend hack one hundred
anil forty six feet. It is to bo very
substantially constructed and will bo supplied
with elevators and all conveniences
needed for handling tobacco. The building
when finished and ready for use will
cost in the neighborhood of S15.C00. The
plans and specifications wero mude by
Mr. J. It. Pousley, of this city.
Miss Jessie Gillespie will leave for
Mrs. Paul Hoetlieh, who lias been very
siek, is better to-day.
Michael O'Ncil, of Manchester, has removed
to Springfield, 0.
Mrs. Wilson Rioheson arrived from
Chicago on Saturday evening.
Mr. J. D. Bridges and wife, of Portsmouth,
are vititing tlieir relatives in
Mrs. George Boatman, of Manchester,
who has beensuflering from cancer, is at
Cincinnati for medical treatment.
Miss Deo Wood returned from
nati on Saturday. She was nccompanied
by Miss Josephine Sanford, of that city, j
Mr. Charles Varian, who went to
Chicago recently, is an employe of the
Chicngo.Burlington and Quiney Railroad.
Mr. Lyttleton Dryilen, ol aimum oiij,
Mo., is visiting Mrs. M. A. Pollitt and
other relatives in tlis city and county.
T- T II "T..n..nn.ii.lin ufrll'Oll lit
.,:. lie ..,...
home on Saturday evening.
comnanied bv Ins son Dr. r. Lt. M,.cjril,
n8""1, ., . .,,
iur. iiauu'n iuiii, Miiiiicii,' " ""
Flemingsbutg Democrat, wns in Maysville
Saturday, on a short visit to hi
Qne Oi,.jock 01l irridy morning. His
house was between two branches of the
creek, and during a freshet, thinking his
buried at Washington on Saturday ami
the other on Sunday. Tho occurrence is
one of the saddest we have ever been
t.rtncd upon to record. The family has
,,mny friends in Mason county who will
receive the sad news with sincere regret.
At tho annual meeting of tho stock-
7, 18S3, the following named directors
wore elected George W. Hull, J. Harvey
Meenuch, Dr. John P. Phister. Lewis H.
Jenkins and George W. lieeder.
At a meeting of the directors, Georyo
IT. .11 -. ,A ,,, .A I.i!.l nit ittti! Cii twirin.
"u" '-1" --" -..-
tendent and A. U.Glaycock,. Secretary and
'y' ,. ,,. ,. ,,
1,l"a"'. I U nun iucduiiivu iiiii
1 1.... .......mil utiilnlllOIlt
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r,lsl, on hu ids April I, mi. ,i hi.- .
Received ttoll up to Apiil i.'i.i'uo
T((lft, , :i.'j.j.(jj
Ata'i paltt on debts ol loid l.l'Ji.OU
Am't paid lor salaries, unto
KHiniers n. w.
Am't paid for law fees I'J 110
lia'.uiicoon liaud 17. r
Total .. ,.... l.'Jtn.OTi
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Union Agrieultur.tl Society, on Saturday,
April 7, ISSo, at Germantowu, Ky., the
following oMicors were elected for the
i'resld W. llridford.
Vice President Itnbi. Terhune.
Second Vice I'lvsldont 1 ll.t'lavlou.
Third Vice ICltiJ.
Secretiirv .1. A. Walton.
MASON C'OU.NTV UlUECTOltS.
Henrv Htnoot, Siniuol
h. H.'Munmin. .1. K. Wultou,
S M. Wortluastoii, .1. H. Uoltoii.
hvan Lloyd. .laiuosN. Klrlc.
lJllAOICKN COUNTY DIIIKOTOHS.
II. T. Lloyd, A.. I. Hradford.
J. K. Wilson, (I.T. Keynolds,
II. C. Clayton, -las. W. Stilton,
Heavy Ilaiiis in howls County.
The rains in Lewis county, last week,
were very heavy and as a result tho
creeks were very high and much damage
was done. A great deal of soil was carried
oil' of the plowed field.-!, fencing was
washed away ami on tho lower waters of
Cabin Creek a number of stables and outbuildings
wero swept off, and many head
of stock drowned. A Mr. Sartain lost
his stable with a valuable horse in it.
Oilier persons lost hogs, entile and sheep.
The total loss will amount to a great deal
Tin: Frankfort Yeoman Bays: Tho
scandalous abuse of tho Court of Appeals
by tho Ashland Independent, in any
other country would not be tolerated,
1 ad it is singular that no proceeding for
contempt lias been had against tho editor.
It is quite within the power of tho court
to put an end to tho uso of such scandalous
huiguago with regard to its actions.
IKEKDKEX ITEMS. '
Miss Clara Ruins is on the sick list.
Mrs. K. Ilayra. a former resident of thin
ln.. lu ..Llll,,,, VI-.J I...II.Mil. !
Our entcrpilslng urocer II. Palmer lias re- ' Vn,
turned from the eliy with u choice) select Ion I
Of! r tiist class Biocuru.
Miss V. Crelidjaum, who had charge of the
colored school horo the past winter lias re- I
turned to ner linine in Hipiey. 1 I
Nov. H. O. Ulce tell for Jaektown. whore he
will conduct the sei vices ola quarterly meet- .
fiof. Htableton nccompinled hy his sister , ' ft0!
Iar.zle and Miss A. Hilars who have been' I
vlslilimhlm I. -re the oust wee, returned to ' SV,J
their home ti. Manchester. .Saturday. Mr.1 ..
Stahleton was nn olllclent workeruud highly
......... .I..I...I I... II. i. people.
Mr. and Mis. H. C. Ihookovcr entertained
their friends with an elegant musical soiree
I'tlday evening, all the talent or the town
was concentrated and rendered a delee able i
proinainuic. The bonoied uuiti weie Misses
lllanclie a id Maud Wilson I,u.Im stahleton
Annie Hertle Nulson, Alauule and i
SoDhia Hledlo. Lutlo. Jones, .foe. Davis The1
ueutlemen were lesrs. (I. H. Itarkley.Hiin, '
True. i'. maoioru, II. ftiltnor. T. Kills .i. I
awk,.. Gilbert, II. OllbiTl, H. Wood, L.
Kvans, (I. Spears, C (Jutes, T. Jan, J. Htiili
ton. S. Speaus, and Mr. Myeis, who went to ,
their homes highly edllled and with many
pleasant recollections ot mine host and ' Mr
, . . . I "I
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was the best this lenowned
i.it;e, n oeen iieeioiu on .miss iiiii iir.v.
Theeloslnu exercises ol the Abe.'deen school
weieneui in me uaiuii cousisioii ui suuiuii;,
rceltat'ons and dlnlouucs. they weieweli at
tended bv the Inends and palmus ol the
school and the ellorisot , :
wnui hlhlv nppreel tied; they acquitted
thuniselveslnaciHlltalileand pleusluit man-
ner. 1'ro. Stan eton ami is assistants miss
S. Itledle, II MaMei'Min; K. Ilhilr. had
fully insiructedlho.eeaiiuMeii lot neuc.iro.
Asoverthoslreets we smoothly ull'le, , i
We pausiMo see who's at our side .
The voice ot curlosli.N I ween.
Whispers! W'hlspcts! (2raidln. '
Pox t fail to go - and see X1 ..,,. i Jl
sell in "Ivlgewood at ihe Opera '
House this ovunimr. lie is the gieatost ,
ciinifdian of .in u.i.
Pric's Bad Uov tt Phister's 30 cents.
Tuv Lmgdni s City Hutter (.
Ladies, call and see our cheap Tables
and get bargain-.
A. It Gi.V'Srucs A Cn.
Tomcct) cuttous, yard wide, at Ilnnt A
"i:w carpets, floor oil cloth- and runs
at Hunt A Dovlo's. mlil.Uy
.Ti.HV Hauck's celebrated m
hand at Joseph A. M irUet .
Domhsti'1 Iteviews. fashion phtvi1, catalogues,
patterns, at Hunt A Doyle's.
Fott S.M.K. Two desirable lots on the
Fleming pike. Terms reasonable. Apply
to aLV.Iw Wii.i.iam O'P.uikv.
Mus-us. C. T. KNKniKvMec Co.. have
just received a freah supply of the best 1
Mmerv , mI. All orders promptly filled.
. - ,
At Morrison & Kackley's a fine c,llec
tion of oil paintings, chromos and comics, I
1.....1 11 !....,.
picture traines, oracueis,
towel racks, &r, al.llw
Wk have just received a new line of
nneki't books, and !
all miscellaneous uoods. 1
a4dlw Moukison oc IC i;i.kv.
J. A. Jackson- & Son, of Maysll.'k, are J
tho sole atrentH in that place lor all of J.
C. Aver & Co.'s celebrated patent medicines
and many other valuable preparation!,
murine them T. l Smith's Kidney
Tonic. Call and get a bottle. f 17.
Cheiip ! Clean ! ! Cheap ! ! !
.i.' n I,.....,...'. ,it f ,..i,l ,lu!rnl,l
boots and ihoe.s at pi ices heretofore
unheard of. Call early and securo host
bargains. nOdlw F. B. Uanson.
1 1. m.i.' a Hair Kenewer renews, cleanses
brightens, and invigorates the hair, and
restores laded or gny hair to its youthful
color and lustre. People with gray hair
prefer to uso tho Kenewer, rather than
proclaim to tho world through their
bleached locks that they are becoming
aged, and passing on to decay.
Il lick of open air exorcise, and tho
want of sufficient care in tho matter of
diet, tho wholo physical mechanism often
becomes impaired during tho winter.
Aver's Sarsaparilla is tho proper remedy
to take in tho spring of tho year to purify
tho blood, invigorate tho system, excite
tho liver to action, and restore tho
healthy tone and vigor.
Sensation or the Week.
We have on hand a lot of ladies', misses'
and children's side lace kid, pebble and
lasting shoe3 which wo propose to sell at
one-half tho original cost. They aro made
of tho best material and cannot bo bought
anywhere in tho United States at tho
price wo propose to soil them. J liey aro
ofiVrc to closo out the stock.
1VU1 C. 15. Ciiii'T & Co.
KKI'AIL M VUKKI'.
Corrected dally by O. W. Orihrl, urooer,
rt'oud Muyivlll.i. Ky.
vvvnie CVuniVv U
'." ci v U 75
v,;0,,:oU,1,i;;:;;;.,;;v;.;;;;;.:::r.V.V...V.V.".'.'." i -&
Kentucky Mill 8W
Uutler ,"M Iti, Jofcj.'to
,iird , 'gt n JO
Ki. V do lj
Mealy peck !X
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J '"uea iV'tt.".'.".'.'.'. VV .'Z U
iillt',N .,.,,. .r,V.T'it'it!
mulls, siu u iuia.ii m ui. n M
Ilacou.bieakla.st 't It. 15
Hominy 1 uallou..
lleans tt gallon.,
t'otatobx It )eck..
Cnltee ..,.,, i'2r il
fT,J A "KTTiCS.
W AH X K3.
- . -
. r AA n:uA jjood second hand hiIu.
A,,,y lo ,,, TI1I.S UFKICK.
'....,. .... , ... ,..,
UfAN knocKe.t on of pi lees
M In wayoumaklui!. . .iiiw.l.
- s the people to know that w s pi..p.,re to
nil kinds ot wagon wink, either lepaiilint
new win u ill ii'moiiiiiiiiiu iiiiee. iciNinnur
r i " uaoov Jon wi I p ea-e ea .
j.v.MKS M. KUAZIKU.
j:u'ii(Utwtm Helena. Ky.
V .ftJf.W. in
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mmi s.V wnlny and fiaineeoinpleie. ,
t,, u)tui oulei. Cost II, wIU Ioi M. i
a,,iv ... W. W. LYNCH.
', ,y It Market Mi eel.
,,. w . .,,--, .,. ,.,,
,.,ilnn i.iMicn. Inoklim glasses "iiiil olhei
iiit.l'w' KllKD. Si'H AT'.M ANN.
, . . .... . , , . , ?
1?1 MC.ind hand hphai A ,
foV.bllek; Vl MUIUiw lOollliK tin iie.uly
t .. new i..,l... i .i.nc
, , , ' .! ''i f I M WILLIAMS
-. -.- .--.
4 iiens.nbesi nui.l
In Mason emii.ty.wltli aoodilweidMuand
Hue toll icco nun. l'lveiil.V aeies in new la .d.
:Uui. itt (I on K'e initio niki'
Maysviiie. Apply to
. W Alii..
III I'K.IVWIIU (1 li.UI'.l I l '
.iiut'..v!.B dsi. dileeott'.Kei.tam
llll TIIIMI ll I'l ADI'MUMMI, " ' "- VllllS
iioi: ti I, two toty tran.e dwelliii'.'
Y ..I, n. ...Is .e. I. o.ithl'.e.biiweea Wn'l
ill ' .01 1, eon 'a 1 1. 1 nil Mliee Hi'illls up stalls
nn. Ioi e.l "Ii -Mills. Tin lot limits JI lie
I , I t I'.ilinl uh ek In I."XlllV!lotl
a pl hi I'ATltit K l i l 1. h.,.
-..UK i ijjuuw imwmit nt wwjwum imi uw. r .aaru
Mit (t .i'5' All ! tun inn"!-. I. Ii
I; 1 1 e. if i . i i ii' n nit. i at i.l eel In r lie
,,",",,"'1;7 ,'', sv " fllt Vi'iYiKin""'"
'1' 'i 1 lie ci. ves'er.! iv. a
i j limn, t "at il 'i r ward iiildlf
fliir.ied to ..sl.ii UlTli K.
w.'MwWN'4MiiwirtmivkiiiiMiinB w inurw war fc mi
City Props rty For Sale.
..... r. f. I .Ml I I..I..I. .... M...I.-..I kl....f
T' y VuU of 'Vblid and
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small ... i;a.hollealle, vacant
$"" . j. ..0WKLl .
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J H iJ l ii i t i -: M'
j JT Jtll.L)SX J &JJi!J
ONE NSCHT ONLY.
N F HiS FS lJ fk I . AOn! ii.
..1 me . , v.ouu,a,.e, ,
Suppoitelbj the steiIln!s.voun actor,
and a supeih cninpanv of Metr.inol't.ui at
lists In the celebrated umiantlc play,
PEARL OF Sil s II w
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pioiuced with beautiful scenery, costumes
Admission fiUnuil 7 jc. Meats on sine ui 1 iy
NDAY, April Otli
Appearance of tho dlstlnaulshed coincdlan,
SOL SMITH RUSSELL
In S. Hiown's successtul comedy,
70M DILL0WAY - SOL SMITH RUSSELL
In which character lie will Intioduco his
The supportlnijco'ioaiiy have been selected
fiom tho liont ranlc ot the dramatic pto
loslon. . . , ,
Admission 50 and 7.i cents. Heats on sale at
Taylor's. Khkii 0.maiKK.
Baker and Confectioner
oYsrr.us a Hai:ni.virv.
The only nianufactuier or l'UKK STICK
CANDY In the city. Orders lor weudliiKs and
panics promptly attended to. mjodly
W 'll'fflj';",: -"' "'u . ,n 'll. thAl&i!"
,,,,,,, o.NM.. ," the ni.l.ehial v., tm.
wlit . .Mo try this famous water
to ( 0. W.
EQUITY GrxlOGJiiiV X .
.T V VJT K A M M JL. ,
... O.H. SlM'Ollll l.,O.0TH IIOU,
3VI.A.Trfc",UrXX JLtJH, HITT.
kmiiinhihi vesctabiesin season. Your p"V,ou"
e respect fully solicited. JHulv
p. s, m.Yins,
P nnrkii At U'lO PorlC
UjiOCBT QS, HaTS, ldUbi
Hoots and Shoe, H eeiww.ire andllardware.
u test casli price paw ioi i?raiu nun
Produce. jylt SIT. OLIVKT
R, GLftSCuCK k CO
I the oest place to net baitfalns in
Ti IT SSr rX0
T t '
) t KjT V V. -L -
n,' .,a:iNiM SUion !
UU3i:UU8i lUUOG ;
The Jinn of HON N CLIKT, wiK dissolved
b mutual conwnt M ncli 'MJ, issl.
m'Iim Iwhikh ni the lulu Iliin huveDeeii placetl
the hands ol bailee vV Sal lee. who ale
thorlyed to suttle all the business ol the late
',,,, . HONAN,
,,,'h lmd.Vw. C. II CLIKT.
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS
" " " "
T It WE ieviv I Ji handsome supply or
I Mllllnei O.utds un the HpiiiiK Dade New
Hl))l il ts, J.l(t ts ft till JS M'L'WCdV
1mm ( , ulll,(.r,,l,.N.Ilt)0,ls,La.
fes and in . etilinK oi t he Intest styles.
....i.......ii.i.t..I..i.tji iitiriiini.tfi ....... if.u . if.
illl.l II '.lllll 111 111 'ii'nu ii I ii-.x ,..v ."
""ua'dox .miieia' ' ""oekun'if compare nrleei s
,,,,i,u:wlm M.-s j.oC i'OWLlNU.
DAILY friARtc. .
ltefe.es cer u.iy lller, Lake and Halt-
-.,,.. ,, llxo 3L072L,.s J?.
JJm Qjm O QrtTUiLlJll &)
Plumber, Gas and Sieam Fitter.
Keeps c.. iisiiinll on Irind Hath 'I uli. Water
Vnsli -Manns. l''oiei' and Lift I'utups,
Wioimhl Iui and l.e il l'li.e.wlobeA..Kleand
'bvci. V11 ves.n mn -111.1 Uiuiisis.
in it.l t'.ilumet In mil of Sewer
mid Diiiin IMiih. .Inh (i niptl nttendtsl
lo.inil.i.t wo k " ni.niKil. .street, two
lni! b ivedi o. 1, Won I'-. UHdilm
BBEMGATED ff aJWATL
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
i X 1 1- -l llid with ratffylim svtc
3 i ci's In 1111111 cases I'll if. K.
. Lltl .
1 f 1 1 1 11.11 11 111 iirii'f(f nn 11 ii.ii ii
tj 10; I.J. Elalpe, Ciuelnnitti, Ohio, bor sale
In hull liaiielsiilil I it's ll.V
rT hnvhit? been asserted that I am piepailnj.
i to move to thetounlty a- dulve up my in-
teiest in Hie Scuiin Machine buslnes, I lalto
thi method ol iinuouiieliii! to ni iilendsaiul
. , ,, , ,, , t a woid o. 1, nth In
((iiuilii but wllleoiitlnue tnsell
si.nokuiiI the .same place second streot,
opposite pi.tolllce,and run my wagons In the
theahove. I am ll.aulclul to tile public
for the i.atiouiU'e I lme lecelved lor tho
pu,ed nine yeais, and respecllully solicit a
l.iir.M&w.JlU CI .A. MctniACKKN,
Aent for the Singer M.uiufaciuilm; Co.
cu tsa aasa iiireua
Tl, F,ne SadJle ani '' irnC3s Stallion,
Wl.l stand the preient Season at
'I wo Miles west 01 Maysilck, on the Mus'lelc
ami haidis I'llie, and w III buperimted tosei vu
' niuis, at
$10 to Insure a Mare With FOAL.
is it bay colt,
in (be stiilin: ol IhTil. liy I'lilelialn or
I'alabaii. Ills dam was Hell by Sol lei loo ; hu
by linpoited orkhlre. Ills dun wan St.
Mm v by Hamlet: and iilsireat dam was
iiomp by l.unnar; Hell's daiii wasKiito
bv Allanta; he by Ainerlcmi Kellpsc; bo by
Uld Iatrou and Imnoited Dlomede. Hells
piund dam wasbv Abdullah; Her Kte.-it mand
dam was by Knlneer; hor r. isr. m. dam was
ROLO, Prince of Jacks,
Hlnck, nlteen hands IiIkIi, mealy nose. For
lenutii, muscle and Myle, ho ehailonuvs
He will seivu males at Hid above
place, ut tho low price of
$10 to Insuro a Maro With Foal.
A lien will be retained on all eoltsuot hy tho
above Hoiseoi Jack, until 1I10 hcason money
Is paid. Mines Kept 011 icasonablp teiins.
Uaro taken 10 precnt iicoldonts, but not
Hliould any occur.
J. M. PIl'KU.
March nth, 1S8I. nilowlf
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sta.
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