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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 18S3.
A Mi other summer drinks wo know,
Are thrown quite In the simile,
When In yourself you get a glass,
Ot St. Charles lemonade.
That tntm behind the walnut bar,
Knows how to draw It flue,
And as n mixer Is, you know,
Au artist In his line.
The Englkh sparrows over the wny,
are still holding the fort and victory
porches upon their banners.
Hon. Hen'uy Watterson is very confident
that John G. Carlisle will bo elected
Speaker of tho House of Representatives.
The street railway workmen have begun
building a culvert on Third street at
the head of market. They are also laying
rails at tho east end of the line.
The following marriage licenses have
been issued in Brown County, Ohio, since
our last report :
I, Aaron DurcPttand Elizabeth Hopkins.
Frederick Voeder Hrucggc and CiUheuno
A hog in the net of giving birth to a
litter of pigs in the gutters of one of the
public streets of Maysville was a sight
witnessed by some of the citizens this
week. And it occurred in an alleged civilized
At a meeting of the ex-Confederates,
held on Wednesday afternoon, n resolution
was adopted inviting Joseph Heiser
Post, G. A. R., tho ministers of the city
and tho citizens generally to be present
at the decoration ceremonies at the cemetery
on the 12th inst.
In order to give the street railway enterprise
a boom let every business man
in the city buy at least one dollar's worth
of tickets. This will be showing a substantial
appreciation of the energy and
enterprise shown by our fellow citizens,
Messrs. Frank and Robertson.
The following is from tho Ripley Bee
and Times: We are informed by a
nephew of Mrs. Alethia Burr, that her
remains were taken from the grave the
next night after burial. The remains
were interred near Charleston Bottom,
Ky. She died at Ripley, March Oth, and
was buried on the 7th.
The ladies of tho Floral Committee of
tho Confederate Association request that
all persons who intend to contribute
flowers for decoration purposes will send
them as early as possible on the morning
of the 11th inst. ..either to Neptune Hall,
on Third street, or to Mr. II. L. Newell's
grocery, at the corner of Third and Limestone
The ex-Confederate soldiers of this and
the neighboring counties, will meet at
the court houso on Saturday afternoon nt
one o'clock, for the purpose of organizing
a permanent association. All persons
who were actively in the service of the
Confederate States, in any capacity, are
urgently asked to be present on tho occasion,
or, if it is not convenient to come,
to send in their names for enrollment as
The commencement exercises of Riverside
Seminary, at Vanceburg, came- oft'
this week, closing on the 0th at noon.
Quite a number of visitors were in attendance.
The programmes throughout
wero highly entertaining. Two medals
were awarded : One in Elocution to Miss
Mollie Fitch, and one in Criticism to
Miss Irene Halbert. Alfred W. Farr.tr,
of Tollesboro, was graduated, receiving
the degree of bachelor of science. The
art display of work done by the pupils
was very beautiful. A special feature in
tho entertainment was music, instrumental
and vocal, by members of tho music
class. Suffice to say that the commencement
this year excelled anything of the
kind ever given in Vanceburg before.
Prof. Taylor, the principal of the seminary,
is certainly deserving of success in
his school work.
We are informed that the hog question
will again be brought before tho council
nttho meeting this evening. It is a nuisance
that a regard for public decency requires
should bo abated. A majority. of
the people in tho city demand it in fact
nobody favors tho breeding of hogs in the
city except those who own them and
keep them hero to prey upon the public.
Not one in ten of them is taxed, and in
the course of a year they destroy and
consume property that a'mounts to a
hundred times more than the tax that is
paid on them. Wo have reason to
that a majority' of the city council
are in fayor of acting in this matter in
conformity with tho sentiment of tho
people if they dared to do it, but that a
wholesome fear that some of the
in their respective wards
will prevent their re-election prompts
them' to stand on tho side of wrong and
outrago'. Tho vote at the meeting this
'evening will bo'ldoked toVith
' " ' '
Masonic Mutual Benefit .Association.
The thirteenth annual meeting of the
Masonic Mutual Benefit Association was
held in this city on the Oth inst.. President
A. T. Cox in the chair.
The meeting was opened with prayer
by brother W. N. Howe.
Tho address of tho President was delivered
and exhibited the association to
be in flourishing condition. There were
twenty deaths during the year and sixty-nine
members wero reported as having
dropped out, but notwithstanding this
there was an increase of the permenent
fund of $1,000. The investments of stock
and bonds amount to 53,000 nnd the
cash to 31,470.93, making in all a
total fund of $5,079.90.
Tho president appointed the following
brothers to examing proxies: T. M.
Dora, Dr. John P. Phistor and L. II,
Tho Committee on Proxies reported
the fallowing which includes the personal
vote of eacli individtiahianicd.
W. H. Holmes 171
O. O. Amnion I
T.J. Chenoweth 3
A.T. Cox II
John P. I
J. W. Alexander '-2
J. II. Cooper I
David liable 15
T. M. Dora 5
F. A. Browning -1
VA Kiidler 3 J
U II. Williams 12
T. H a on... it
Total .. 27 o
On motion the following thirteen members
were declined elected a board of
directors by the deposit of one ballot :
A.T. Cox, Edward Myall,
Geo. V. siulser, W. C. Sadler,
CO. Amnion, J. W. Alexander,
T. J. Chenoweth, W. N. Howe,
It. Ulssett, Austin Holmes
John P. PhMer, .Juiues H. Hall. Jr.
V. H. Holmes.
On motion the following members were
declared a board of directors at large by
the deposit of one ballot :
T. H. Williams Ripley, Ohio.
T. M.-Dora, Germantown, Ky.
W. Sanders, Carlisle, Kv.
J. R. Wilson, Augusta, Ky.
Jessie Ellis, Aberdeen. Ohio.
J. H. Cooper. Flemlnusburg, Ky.
Dr. O. D. Buckner. Lexington, Ky.
W. II. H. Eba, Ashland, Ky.
Brother L. H. Williams moved that
the local board deserved the thanks of
the association for their actions taken
during the past year in recruiting up the
association, and that they are requested
to continue their efforts for the coming
year, which was unanimously adopted.
The motion was made nnd carried that
Dr. John P. Plaster prepare an addiess
for publication in the newspapers in regard
to the statistics and work of the association
for the past year.
hales of Laiiu.
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 :
JohunnuStlckley to Anna Fansler,
and lot au south sldeof Third stieot In tlie
Filth Ward, A.nysvllle, Ky., coiisldeiatlon,
H. J. B. Marshall and others by commissioner,
to Alfred L.'IUdninti, fifty three acies
of land, near Uectorvllle, consideration,
A. L. Redinun and wile to neott Fletcher
ana other.-, same tract 01 land, consideiutlon,
Michael Burke and wire to John Hlgulns
house on North side of .Second street, lu est
End of Mnyvllle, consideration, 51.100.
Mavsvlllo Cemetery Company to Mary F.
Traxel and others, lot lu cemetery, consideration,
.Samuel Hughes und wife to Charles Owens,
two lots of ground near Mdsliall'.s Station,
Thurman Pollock and others, to John .
Hudson acres, three roods ami sixteen
polesot laud, on Clark's Run, consideration,
sue E. Berry to John J. Perrlne. ginntors
Interest lu tbeestateol Elijah Lloyd,dcceu.sed
William Dye and wife to J. S. E. Pyles,
three acres and five poles of lau.l, lu Surdis,
Amanda F. White nnd husband to R. M.
Owens and others, one hundred and elulity
acies of land near Oermautown, consideration,
II. Ebersolonnd wife to Hunt, llx
150 feet ol giound lu Chester, consideration,
Eva Johnson nnd husband to W. B. Phliter
undivided one-third Interest lu the livery
stable pioperty on Third street, occupied by
James Rnukln, cousideinllon. 51,(00.
1". Devlne and others to Margaret McIIugh,
two lots of sroundonUermaiitown pike, near
the city, consideration J2ji).
Hon. F. B. Trussell, of Greenup, is in
Messrs. Clarence S.illee and Add
Mitchell, we regret to hear, are on tho
sick, list to-day.
Miss Dora Paulucci, who has been visiting
Mrs. J. D. Kehoe for several weeks,
returned on tho Oth inst., to her homo at
Miss Tlllle Ross arrived homo Saturday,
from Midway to spend vacation.
Mr. T. L. Best and family spent Saturday
and Sunday at Washington.
Miss Kate Holland, ot Lexington, Is visiting
her sister, Mis. Bcttlo Holland.
Mr. Ahner Hord was elected school trustee
to succeed the one whose lime expired.
The Mill Creek and Maysllck Tumplko will
soon be completed. .
Miss Katie Ross starts on n visit to Michigan,
Prof. Calvert's school will he out Friday.
Xo applicants yet for next term.
Mr. M. D. Cord sold his tobacco to T.L. Best
A Bros, lor $13 uud Ss per huudrci!.
The interesting little babe of II. D. Watson,
we regret to say, Is quite sick with the whoop,
Dr. L. Y. Browning bought several crops of
tobacco Just week. ,
Mr, Henry Jofforsou, ot Bourbon county,
made a fl tug visit to this part of Mason last
Miss. Mattlo Olvons, principal of tho Independence
Academy, accompanied by Miss
Mary uoito uaiuwen, visiieu nor parents in
yourclty Haturdoy and Bumluy, last.r
MrJc.I.fBlaiid, nee1Mlss BelleNowell, wo
reuret to chronicle, Is quite sick nt her mother's,
Mrs. Howe, ol Aliiysvllle hill.
Mrs. Alice Dallas, ncco npanled by her little
niece, Mngulo Duko Watson. Is vfsjting her
sister, Mrs. James Arthur, or Ijourbon county.
Tho fanners are dellveilng tholr tobacco.
Most of them say their crops do not weigh
out to their gues. Wo suggest that they do
not sues so much next time.
Quite nn excitement was created In our
vlllago lost week over a patent washing
machine. Our merchant, C. C. ole, bought
the rUht of Mason e unity, H. T. Watson and
W. F. Qault the right ot Fleming county. Wo
wish tho. oung men success lu their patent.
We would like to nk Chic, the Republican
correspondent from Ueitmintown, where
those young Indies aio trom whom lie'eolls
piettler than the or Fern Leaf girls.
They mi' Hither belles trom iidlstunco or Chic
Is cross eyed.
Mr. Chiis. Owoii". of L wlsburg. wos lu our
midst Sunday. Charley used to ninkn hlw
vlsltx quite often, but ovlng to the Inclement
weather he only nvoiages twice u month.
I. X, L.
Thepioliacted meeting at Hebron Is being
continued. accessions up to
the present time.
Mr. Charles Fleming, of th Murnhysvllle
vlclt lty, was visiting n lends lu this section
on last Sunday.
The Frlstoe and Miss Wllla
of Washington, leturnrd home on
.Sunday, of last week, alter u pleasant visit to
the family of John Thompson.
Mis H. M. Worthlngton was In Lexington
the llrst of tho w,ek attending commencement
of tin Hamilton Cnlle. e,
wheie her dnuahter, Julia I as been in
school during the post yi'iiv. Mis Would g
ton, accompanied bv her dnimhter, letui . ed
Master Win. Mitchell, tep. son nt Mr Simon
Gray, returned nn Mil unlay from Wr all c,
where he has been attending school the past
Misses Lizzie Black, Anna ami Miry
Woithlngton who have been visiting here
fiom Covtimton, left tor home on Miturdoy.
We leturn iur sincere thanks to one ot th
S'mnnon coriespmule its who wive us
valuable lutormn.loii lu one of his Items last
We have been enjoying some delightful
music during the past two weeks, turiils.ied
by Miss Mntile MeKrell, of Cincinnati, who
Is a veiy fine
Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Evans, of the Dover
nelghbothood, teturned home u day afternoon
tioto a visit to the tiunlly of George V
Many thnnks to f he sienoilers who favored
i;h with such excellent muslcon last .Saturday
It seems that theDAiiv Bulletin has be-cone
a dally necessity In this locality, ns
evetybody wiiltsanxiously tor Its in per ranee
every evening. P. E. M.
New style Stockinette Jerseys nt Hunt
& Doyle's. marUldly
QtJEKN ViCTorm is m danvr of liropsy.
Virginia crops are sullo i n fir rain.
dollar agitation in New
Xkw Yoiik seven stmstnkci o
Cvrpi.val McCi'.oskky's health is failing:
Ciiicaoo priests have issue I a circular
i.i advocacy of the I'.irue.l t'u.id.
The Vninbrbilts have boulit the Bed
t'cnl. Pa., springs property.
TitnitK h u report t.iat Queen Victoria is
threatened with dropsy.
JrnoE Folk, of Ilrownsvi!'e. Teiui., has
invented a spiral which will run
stieot and railway cars.
Tut: Akron ().,News has been soied by the
Shcritf it))on an nttachuieni s.iit btougat
1)3 Caisnn Lake, who ciaims tV),0Jl
Moscow Tolccrrnph, liberal, lm been
suppressed for crit'tcia.n the CSo urn went,
and, lart.ctilarly. f.ir objecting to the
Ix New York, Hamilton ilaughler,
l'Mith, will be murrieil to Hugli Oliver, sou
of Sir Stutibi'd Noithuote, of Devuusuiie,
Litta, tlie operatic prima donna, came
near dying of nervous piustrAtion. on the
Dvnver express, near Lock port. 111. She
reached homo i:i a very low condition.
Fiink IIi:ss, of Si. Imis, has tolled the
church hell for the dead for a quarter of a
century. He diel while r.ngiug it, tolling,
as it was, his own knell.
Gkohok Blwtlf.y, janitor of First
National Hank of Grand KuniiW for twenty
years, and also of the Foiirtu Nationnl for
several years past, stole Sl.oOO in coin from
the latter bank. Ho was arrested and
Tin-: Mayor of Moscow 1ms been banished
to his estate in Tambow for having expressed
a hopo, in hij speech at a banquet
to Mayors of cities during tho coronation
festivities, that tho would institute a
Tiik Coroner's jury in the Now York and
Ilrooklyn Uridge caso have found " the
und Trustees repreheusiblo" in not
having tho bridge properly policod. They
recommend that tho accomodations for
foot passengers bo improved.
The report that there is to bo a striko of
telegraph operators is discredited by the
Western Union Managors in Now York.
Somo of the operators, howevor, say tlioy
h.ivo grievances which mnst bo remedied or
a general striko will take place.
Foil several years tho vests and coats of
Staten Island cricket club men have been
systematically robbed whon loft in the
club-house on tho grounds. Yesterday it
was discovered that ono of their own
n wealthy young society sprig, was
At a meeting of tho Ohio State Commissioners
of Fisheries, held in Toledo, tho
Superintendent was dircotcd to proseouto
all persons who violato tho provisions of
tho law, and to proceed at onco to Sandusky
and tho Lake Erio islands to enforce
DuniNn tho performance of Nathan's circus
at Niagara Falls tho canvas tents wore
struok by a rain squall and utterly demolished.
About fiftoon hundred porsona wore
in tho tents, and a terrible panic ensued,
A large number of persons wero injured,
though nono fatally.
Mas. Ewivo, colored, of Franklin, Tonn.,
on Tuesday gont her noioo, eight years old,
to a saloon for a quart of whU';y. Tho
girl got the whisky, and, boforo getting
homo, drank tho entire contents of the
tie. She then' went'on, home, and,' In'o, few
minutes after entering the houso, sho
dropped dt ad, '
On the 22d day of May. Ih8 at the residence
ol her son, Solomon "tewart, In ('ass county,
Mrs. STIiWAKT, in
her y ur.
Corrected daily by . W. Geihkl, rocor.
Limestone 8 7 2-
Miy.ville Family 6 ii
Old Gold 7 25
Mason t'outity q fin
Kentucky Mills , 0 25
Mutter. Trt to lfcQVO
fcUus, tydoz 16
Meal$ peck iu
Molasses, fancy 75
Conl Oil, V gal 10
Sugar, i?rnnulated V to II
" yellow It 8
Hams, suxar cureJ ft to 15
Bacon, breakfast " to 16
Hominy, V uallon 0
Beans fmnllou , -if
Potiitowp peck nfi
DAILY ST.KJK I.IXK.
I.oHir nine I.IcUm to Mnysvllle Dully.
Leave Blue Licks at 5 o'clock a. m., and returning
will leave Ma.VsVllle eSrCSJTf
at 2:30 D. in. Good stuue. and $'il$3t
caieful drivers. JOSEPH lLlfeuWT
riitcliimifi, I'orlsui iitlt, ItiifSaiiily A
lMiior.y I'aclict Company.
JOHN KYLE. President.
Lewis Olknn. Secietary and Treasurer.
'. Mini O. It. K. IA'IKTS
ri'LKGnAPH, Moiid'KnndTlnirsdnvsSp. m.
hLEKTWOOU. Tuesdays und Frl lays, 5 p. in.
w A, Wediiesdnyand Miturdays. 5 p.m.
M.illand Wny Luiidlims.
".ON ANZA, Tuesduys.Thursdnys Mat'ys, Win.
Mavsvllle. All Mull and Wav LninTtiiifH.
MnitXINO MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Clneluuatl l:"0a. m. Mnysvlllo, I p. in.
.fa . Kieluht lecelved on
VtincclHirtc, Kouif. 'onlorl.
ituil luysvillr Inlly l'liukel,
IHMH Bkuce Keddek, Cnpt.
Loves Vuucebur( dally at
5 o'clock u. in. for Mnysvlllo.
r w, ti....a..mA i..j.i ..
iic v c.i .-hi, aviuc i1. iu.
lb .I,4Ili;ilcaiCI IIII 91UKU IU1 Weal
Union. Ftir irelahtor possase npplyon board.
head of go'xl Hotses
l una . ii res, to be used o.i the Street
Apply to W. li
at Yancey & Alexander's livery stable.
have refltted a liulldlng on
N Fuiu III street between Limestone nml
liirt''. When t will on
b ,n yonewlsbi i ijjin try
line wl I alvomeoill.
jit w AP1AIN JACOB MILLER.
n KK.N'r The oil Blerbower home
1 - outnlns tlvu rooms and kltclien, baso
inent. pa.itry md cellar. Lately leuovated
and In completo rep.tlr. Apply i..
m.'lltl2w G. .-. JUUU, Court street.
ijkt, ai..w. rt .i... .. J. .."'.. .,,
.'... .Va AlllffTMl live i Ill itlllltll
r family. Anplyiit uWdtf THIS OFFICE.
FOU , I.i: A No. 8, lu good
J5d.'tt CHARLES DA WSMV.
luit No. I, Champion Reaper
r In good lepnlr. Will be sold at a bargain.
inxlAwlw il YALl, RILEY A PuKThR.
?n exchange HJi
JL aero' of I u i 1 near churches on Lawiei.ce
lor a nouseun l lot In Chester. Apply
to M.F. MARSH,
in 12 Library Building, Suttou sneet.
fnoit residence on
V Second stieet.cnntnlnlng nine looms and
ktvheu, With yard attnohed, 00 ;eet iront by
110 deep. Iil2il2w J NO. C. ADAMSQN.
SVl.i; A good Cooking mid
FOK Cml at Thomas Tudor's iln stote
I srreet, bd'ween Market and
itold dollar bangle wit h mono.
JC giiim on one side. . Apply to
W. W. GIBSON,
JOdlt Telegiaph Otllce,
TUC C fill ONE MILLION
1 8i Li gun A WEEK.
Decided opinions expressed lu laugnnge
that can be understood; the promptest, fullest
nnd most neuratelntelllgeneeot whatever
In the wide world Is worth intention. That
Is what everybody is sure to find iu any edition
of THE sL'N. Subscription: Daily,
II panes'), by mall. Men month, or SUM a vein;
Sunday (S pages), 51.-0 per year; Weekly
(b pages), Sl.oo per year.
I.'W. ENGLAND, Publisher, N. Y. City.
PERFECTION SAVES PRICE 1H ONCE USING.
HMurinu Hetnoves clrudgery of
dow cleaning. Ask your
CAME" D ineichnnt for lt.orsend3oc
CI L tMli Ln, tor sample by moll.
PERFECTION WINDOW CLEANKIi CO.,
J'.'d&wltno Chicago, III.
FOU ITltlTY AMI STUKXJTII
TREASURE BAKING POWDER.
Every can guaranteed and for sale by nil gro
E. It. WEBSTER & CO ,
J7d2w Clneluuatl, Ohio.
Cor. Sixth and Waluul Sts.
Lewis Vanben, Proprietor.
I Have good Pasturage for about a
jGJ3t MRS. J. B. NOYES.
tirE wlllotrernt Puhlle Sale on Tuesday,
W T.. V.1. of fu rk'nliMtlf. 11. in nt rtne
Carriage Factory, aTrottlug Sulky.-the
ot Frank Camden. It will bo sold topny
for the repairs. WILSON & DIETRICH.
NOTICE BRIDGE BUILDERS.
will be received from this
, date till the loth ot June for building a
hi Idge on tho Blue Run and Anderson V Kerry
Turnpike Road over Lawrence creek lour
miles nelow Mnysvllle, Ky., at which time It
will be jd von to the lowest and best bidder.
Each proposal must be accompanied with a
plan of the bildue. The company the
rlKht to reject all bids If not satisfactory. I
will show the situation to nny nnt'deslrlng It.
ISAAC PEUGN, President.
IRIplev Bee copy until the loth and seud bill
to this ofilce.J
LOTS FOR SALE.
VERY desirable lots lor sale lu the
Cemetery. For prices &e , call upon
any oneotthodltectors, viz: Juduu Stanton,
dipt, Jiunes H. Hall, Kobeit K. Mean", J. J.
Wood, H y. Barkley, Ur. McOranimhati, T.
A. Ros, J no, B Po.vntz, r., J. K, Brodrlck,
Heniy H.Cox, the Sexton on theRrounds, or
to Kdward .Myull, at his waiehouseon Socond
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
JOSFPH H.DODSON will remove his Kraln
business, on the 1st of July, trom the
nn Sutton sti eel, where he has been
emjnired the past ten yeais, to the grunge
waiehoitRe, corner ot Second and Wall streets
opposite Daultou's stable, where It will be
conducted by his successors, DODSON &
The new tlrm will continue the Grain,
Leaf Tobacco and Conl business In all of Its
branches and keep on hand the best grades ot
Pometoy, and Raymond City
Kannwliannil Blacksmith coal. Olllces: corner
ot Wall and Second nnd coal otllce and
yard Fiont street above lower grade.
Jfdlin UODSOX & KRAZEE.
THE PUCETO GET CJITAl"
GEORGE OWL, Jr.'s,
mch3ldly SUTTON STREET.
I II, GLASCOCK & CO i!
Is the best place to get bargains in
O. W. GEISEL,
o. ,W. Second .St., 0i. Opera If onse,
Fruttsand Vegotnhlesln season. Your
renpeetfully solicited. lUdlr
If drugftUC hatn't
BLONDINE ikseoil CuKreeinaii.rerfumer.
m'fr.lM W.4lli St.iCln. :io.
Duius; exj.ren paia, 3.
Ciiies Intiitnmatlon of Kidneys. Liver and
.dler. oepo;iTs, ana uihimucs,
aiUlUlle 11ieiles 1 m. vuuni) '-'i-
"ins; Tort, id Live. Iinllgettloti,
ourStoraiii !i iinut LrojoiCai
oD u os 03 x or "j. jks vurcsuoui,
fcl.UU. & Rheumatism 01
tJ the Joints, vomiii
ln?s. luiliuumatlon ol
-" the Urethra. A Specific foi
Stotu In the Bladder: Lucor-
l.n.. ni,nn.. nf thn Prntntl
Gland, Brltflit's Dlitaseof the Kidueys
J. T. IiEE, Cincinnati, O.
nmiinii 1 w 111 1 1 1111 imiii hi mum 11 1 if
, 14,508 Boxes sold iu u year oy OJNE
Mil S! wmm
Act Directly on tlie Liver.
Cfur.s Chills avu Ten Kit,
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you rtu not "feel very well "u Mingle pill at
me stimulates- the stomach, restores
the appetite Imparts vltfor to the .system
R.E, SELLERS & CO,, Pittsburgh, Pa,
FRANK R. PHiSTER
Hus lust received 300 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
Ami ins iisi:asi:s,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
The best work for the money published.
Addles-, mall orders to
FRANK R. PHISTER.
myOd&wtf Muysvllle, Ky.
Of n flue Boyle County
BLUE GRASS FARM.
I will sell nt public outcry to the highest
bidder my faun coutalnlug la) ACRE., situated
in lioylu couuty, tya miies south ot Danville,
WEDNESDAY, June 20th.
The place Is well-adapted to either stock-raising
or cultivafloii, and can bo converted
Into a mngultleeiit TOIIACCO IMKJI, Tho
improvements constst of a comfortable residence,
otllce rooms lu the yard.sei vants' room
tee house, largo barn for leedlng stock, easily
cliauged with but little expense into a splendid
tobacco barn, four stables, cow house,
hemp house, work loom, coal bouse, and other
conveniences. Besides, there nre on the
place two good tenant houses, two magnificent
pouds, well stocked with Carp nnd New-lights.
The laud lies well for cultivation, nnd
stands a drouth admirably. If desired, the
farm can be divided, cutting oft 100 acres, on
which there are 20 acres ot vineyard and 12
acres of orchard, all lu excellent bearing,
with a good tennut house. The location, soil
Ac, makes this u very desirable place. Terms
will be liberal and made known oudayot
sale. Parties who may desire to examlnotho
place boforo the day of sale can call on Marrs
& English, Real Estate Agents, lu Danville,
or the undersigned, on the premises. Sale
will take place ut the residence, at 3 o'clock,
p. m., after the arrival of the trains.
Makks & Enqlisu, Auctioneers.