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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., JUNE 13, 1883.
Tuk Boys'lu Gray now tell us that
The resolution nuule is,
That they reservo tho rlulit to play
"Old Dixie" for tho Indies.
And those who mnrched long yeurs ago,
Beneath a Southern .sun."
Most fervently will hrentho tho prayer,
God bless 'em every one.
The ex-Cop. federates of Maysville are
requested to meet nt Dr. J. M. Frazeo's
business house this afternoon at
Two large pieces of artificial ice are ex-exhibited
to-day by Mr. 0. S. Leach, at
0. 0. Calhoun's grocery store. It is tiie
quality that is to be made by the Maysville
Artificial Ice Company.
Benny Dawson, aged sixteen years, son
of Robert Dawson, formerly of this city,
and nephew of Deputy Marshal Dawson,
was drowned at Cincinnati, Monday
evening, while bathing. At last accounts
the body had not been recovered.
Mr. William Long, of Johnson's Junction,
was in tho city on Tuesday.
Miss Mollio Edmonds, of Cincinnati,
is visiting relatives in this city.
. m m
"Col." Crawford Arrested.
"Col." Crawford, who Rilled Pent.
Lyons in Lewis county last Deeember,
was arrested a few-days ago at Blooming-ton,
Ills., and will be held to await a
requisition from the Governor of Kentucky.
Mr. Lyons tho father of the murdered
man was in Maysville a few days
ago consulting with Judge Coons in regard
to tho Bteps necessary to secure the
return of Crawford to this State for trial
under an indictment for murder.
On the return from tho cemetery yesterday,
the military, the band, and Ex-Confederates,
visited the residence of
Mrs. F. Harrison, and played "Dixie" for
her gratification, her bodily ailments
having prevented her from- taking an active
part in the decoration of the graves
at the cemetery. Mrs. Harrison is a true
Southerner and during the war devoted
her entire time and fortune to the relief
of the sick and destitute Confederate soldiers.
In many parts f the South her
name is a venerated one among the men
who were the recipients of her kindnese
hates r Land.
The following changes in tho ownership
of land have been recorded at the
office of the Clerk of tho County Court,
since our last report:
R. L.Cooper and others to 0. W. Hull, ten
acres two roods and nineteen poles ol land,
on Phillips Creek, consideration, 33 ',0.
Ca tlierl no Delanty and others by commissioner
to A. P. Gooding, seven acre of laud,
near Muysllck, consideration, S3 0.
Albert C. Pollltt and others to George F.
Pollltt, sixty acres of laud, on Phillips Creek,
consideration. SI Ac.
Same, to John J. Pollltt. fifty-five acres of
land, ou Philips Creek, consideration SI &c.
Same, to Wm.T. Pollltt. fifty. nine and oue
half acres of land, ou Phillips Creek, consideration,
George F. Pollltt and others to S. H. Hull
Polltt, sixty-seven acres ot laud, on Phillips
Creek, consideration, Si &c.
The articles of Iucorporatlou of the two
mile Turnpike Road Company, and the
Lowell and Snrdls Turnpike Road Company
Thomas J. Howard lo John Valentino forty
acres of laud, on Stone Llok Creek,
Thomus J. Howard to J. R. Howard, undivided
one half Interest in two hundred and
live acres of land, on Indian Creek,
G. A. McCrackenaud wife to E. C. Leonard,
Lots, numbered 11, 12, 18, and 15, InCllilun,
consideration, 81 42.3.
J. F. Barbour to Maysville Street Railway
and Transfer Company, lotNo. 210 in Chester,
Michael Catron and wife J. S. Reeves lot 30
xlOseetlu Lowell, consideration, 530.
At a meeting of tho Mason County
Bar and the officers of tho Court, held in
this city on tho 0th day of June, Judge
William P. Coons was chosen Chairman
and Circuit Clerk, Ben D. Parry, Secre-
'tary, whereupon tho following gentlemen,
R. H. Stanton, William II. Wads-worth,
E. C. Phister, J. G. Hickman and
E. L. Worthington were appointed a
. committee to draft resolutions expressive
of the sense of tho meettng in relation to
tho Hon. Martin P. Mai shall, recently
deceased. Tho committee repotted, the
following preamble and resolutions:
WiiEitEAS, The members of the Mason Har
nndotlkers pf tho Court having heard with
great regret of the death of tho Hon. Martin
P. Marshall, ol .Mason County, have met ou
this occasion to intuit their resuect tor his
memory ami thelrsympathy with his family
and friends be It
Jiesolieil, That tho members of tho bar and
theotlleersot the Court recall with pleasugo
and pi Ida the lout;, honorable and happy
ltfeof ourdlstlugulshed brother and fellow
citizen. of flue mental abilities
ho studied law u Illetltuo ago, with his great
klndsmau, Chief Justice John Marshall, and
met and associated with many of
ot thatday, and
was admitted a member of I he Mason liar on
the 13th duy of November, I8J0, and was perhaps
tho oldest member of the Bur In eastern
Kentucky. After a life usefully and honorably
spout lu publln employment, in siclal
duties, and lu tho boom of his family, ho
closed a dignified, uracful and vigorous old
agu on yesteiday, the 8th day of Juno, 1833, at
12 m in his 80th year.
Jiesolved, That the members of the Bar and
ofllcersof tho Court congratulate his family
and friends on hltf'lottg, prosperous nnd upright
life and sympathize with them ou the
arrival of that Inevitable hour when they
must needs surrender thd ktud and loved
father and klnsmau.
JiMolved, That tboOhalrniau'ls requested to
present a copy of tho proceedings of this
meeting to the Jtidgo of 'tho Maiom Ciroult
Court at its next, term and nsk that it be
spread Upou'tlie records Of tho'court and tnnt
tho Secretory Is requested to sondt,o,tho family
of the deceased a copy of the sanio
, W. I'.CooNS.Ohm'u.
The Ceremonies of Decorating the
Graves of the Soldier Dead.
FIVE THOUSAND PERSONS PRESENT,
Stirring Poem by Major H. T.
Eloquent and Patriotic Addresses
by W. P. Larow and Gen..
R. M. Gano..
Touching Anthems by Dr. J. T.
Strode and Choir.
Tho Military, the tJruaul Army of the
llcitihllc ami l'cople front Xcar
uml Fur Contribute to
Mako the Iay n
Tho ceremonies of decoratinu with
spring flowers the hist resting places of
tho Confederate and Federal soldiers at
tho Maysville cemetery, under the auspices
of the Confederate Survivors' Association
of North Eastern Kentucky,
took place on Tuesday afternoon. The'
weather was favorable and more than five
thousand persons were present. Upon
every hand there was a generous and
true manifestation of feeling in behalf of
the cause for which the day wns set apart
and hearts and hands vied with each
other in paying homage to the illustrious
dead und so may it ever be. This was
gratifying) because of its proving that as
the landmarks of the war pass away, as
the asperities, the outgrowth of the
struggle, are softened down, the motnorv
takes fast hold of tho deeds dono by
those who fell in the cause, and who sacrificing
their all, now claim the undivided
respect, honor and love of their
comrades and friends.
The line formed at two o'clock 'at the
corner of Wall and Second streets, and
moved through the city in the following
Thomas J. Chenoweth.
Dr. John M. Frazee, Andrew T. Cox.
Huuoke's Reednnd Brass Baud.
Grand Army Republic.
Lady Committee In Carriages.
City Olllcers in Carriages.
County utllcers in Carriages.
. Government Olllcers in Carriages.
Ministers, Speakers, Citizens lu Cairlages.
Reaching tho cemetery, with tho band
playing " Borne, Sweet Home," the procession
filed slowly and reverently around
the graves of the dead soldiers and by the
Confederate monument, with uncovered
heads to the stand, under the willow at
The monument which had been provided
for this occasion was a plain shaft,,
about twelve feet in height and was
mounted upon a plain base. It waB
handsQmely and tastefully decorated with
flowers and evergreens and poised upon
Uie pinacle was a white dove with outspread
wings in tho act of taking its
flight. On tho sides of tho pinacle
and base were inscribed the names
of the following Confederate soldiers
whoso remains rest in the cemetery :
Lieut. F. M. Atkinson, Lieut. Lucleu Hall,
Lieut. TbaddeusJacK, Lieut. Heury Pelham.
S. T. Hunt, Win, Alexander,
ueuueu iitug, uouen jtturuu,
C. P. Rnsser, Phares 'Wels,
Harry Devln, Albert Cox,
George Nelson, E. H. Poyuter,,
Win. Porter. , ,
In addition to the abovo the shaft bore
the names of tho following Confederates
who went into tho war from, this county(
and were buried on tho battle fields
where they fell or in other distant places :
Uen. A. S. Johnstou, Dr. E. L. Lashbrooke,
Major Win, Watts, Capt. S. T. Formatt,
Capt. W. Lashbtooke, Capt. Thos. Rlggeti,
n!v. tit it ir.iii.t. r I..... r . ri iXmi..
Uil't. I. .VtlJICl, jjicui. ,v 11, V Jl'WU,
1). c. Rick ley, Reuben liuoton.
win. lungers, Paul Rest,
Wm. Carpet ter, James Ohanslor,
Charles aim, John Crawioid,
S. R. Curtis, A.J. Coburu,
G. W. Coburu, L. P. Culbeuson,
J. B. Davis. W. H. Davis,
Joel F. Dlltz, C. s. Dlmnmt,
Hobt.Dimiuitt, Win. Dlmmitt.
Lo wis Groves, dipt. James White,
N.6. Gtuut, Ed. Hotel,
I'll os Hlxson, John Howard,
John Hutnloug. Win. Humloug,
John James, Mike Leuty,
Thos. Laytham. Potor Llnvllle,
Win. Long, Thos. MeColotigh,
Alex MeCollougb, finthnu Mitchell,
Jos. F. Owens, G. A. Owens,
John R. Plckrell, Chus. Plercey,
ChrlstopiiorSioie, Alex. Hiookuulo,
joun mounts, joun T. Towies,
Nathan Vanfossen, Jerome Wulton,
XMimrou wusou, jamos waison,
W. H. Worthington, Heury Wepdon,
Charles; Weedou, Dr. A. F. W ood,
The graves of tho Federal dead and of
tho following soldiors pf tho wars of 1770
and 1812 wero also decked with flowers:
SOLDIERS OF 1770.
Major John Pelham, Lorlmer Chownlng,
Caivlu Crowell, Capt. ThOs. Young. s
SOLDIKHS of 1812.
Capt. W. Parker, Capt. Moses Dlmmitt,
Judge John Coburu, Dr. Wilson Coburu,
E. P; Iludnut, Wm. Cqrwlno.
When tho crowd had been arranged
abqut tho stand tho ceremonies wore formally
opened by tho band, which
tho beautiful old hymn "Nearor
Wy God, to Thee.'' The Rev. Joseph
"0. Frank, minis'tor of tho Christian
Church and Chaplain of the Confederate
Sdrvivors' Association, followed in
prayer, widen was eloquently given, and
touched the hearts of all who heard it..
Next followed vocal music by a choir
organized by Dr. J. T. Strode, and composed
of the following ladies and gentlemen:
Mis. George W. Sulser.
Mrs. W. H Wndswottli, Jr.
Miss Mamie Rlchesou.
Miss Julia Wood,
Dr. J. T. Si rode.
J. Foster Barbour.
W. H. Wndi worth, Jr.
The following beautiful sonc was rendered:
Peacefully lav them down to rest;
Place tho turf kindly ou their breast:
Hweet Is the Nlumber beneath the sod,
While their pure souls are testing with Ood.
Peacefully sleep! Peacefully sleep!
Sleep till the morning; peacefully .sleepl
Close to their lone and nanow house
Orncetully move tho willow boughs.
Floweisof the wild wood your odor shed
Ovtr the holy and noble dead.
Gently sleen, beloved ones,
Rest trout thy loll thy labor H done;
Ret till the trump troin t tie opening skies
Rid theetiotu dtttt to loiy ail-e.
The mti9iu was one of the mot charming
and entertaining features of tin
The voices, which wero very
sweet and clear, wero accompanied by
the strains of a cabinet organ, presided
over by Mrs. Suiter, and jtenerul regret
was expressed that the .programme did
no include further music by the choir.
The reading of tlje Sacred Scriptures followed
next by Mr. Pettis, rector of St
Paul's Church at Newport, Ky., the subject
being the lotn chapter of the 1st
The following was then rendered by
the choir :
"THEY SHALL HLEEP, RUT NOT
The shall slep, but no1 1 forever,
There will be it glorious dawn,
We shall meet, lo part, no never.
On the resurrection morn.
Fi om the deepes caves of ocean,
From the deert and the plain,
Ftom the valley and thr mountain,
Count ess thtiiusyhall tNe again.
They shnltMepp, but not loivvtir,
There will bea glorious dnwu.
Wu shall to part, I'onevei,
On the irstii teuton uiurn.
They Mtall sleep, but not forever,
In the low and llent rave,
Blessed be the Lotd thai tnkeih,
Rlessed be the Lord thxi gave.
In the bilsilit, eternal 'H.
Death can never, never cmne,
In his own uocd rime He'l chi them
From their lest to Homo, Swe t Home.
The following original poem, written
at the request of the Confederate Association,
was read by the author, and was
received with much applause:
THE DEAD THAT SHONE.
11Y IIENKV T. STANTOM.
Ftom hills that rise with crowning woods
In light and air a quiver,
Stiil sond the springs their mimic floods,
Free tribute, to the river;
From freldtted leaves that zophyts turn
When morning bends them over,
Still fall the dew-drops ou tho burn
That glitters through the clover.
Where shadows rest, where sunbeams play,
In laughter and In revel,
Still go the btooks u vagrant way
Toward the lower level.
Through similiter, green, through autumn
With steady, placid motion,
Still sweeps the blue Ohio down
To meet the waiting ocean.
Thus is It with all human kind
Thus will It be torever!
Man's pussage hero Is well defined
In rill, and brook, and river ;
Hecomethasadrop of dew,
His light a moment showing,
A breath and fallen, lost to view
Upott the under-flowing.
This common course, this common end,
Is true, alas I to nature ;
So goes the foe, so goes the friend
And every living creature ;
And drops maire up the llttlo rill,
The rills make up the river,
They speed to where Is lying still.
The ocean wide Forever l
Who, In some morning's moment brief,
Hath not been blest and christened,
By dew, that on some
That single moment glistened?
Who hath not seeu the rainbow hue,
When morn Is moisture-freighted,
That nialtes a perfect drop of dew
The faltest thing created ?
What atom In this atom world
Of ash and spark and ember,
Is more lit human eyes Impearled
Or sweeter to remember?
And who, that through his morning rile
Shook down the gems In showers,
Hath not, from crowding evo of Hie ' S
Called back the dewy hours.
Some lives flow out from hiddeu sptlngs
And ate not clearly singled ;
They move, a ma-.s of living things,
Of bodies dark, commingled ;
Rut some nre born like diops of dew
Ry rainbow arhches bounded,
With surface bright and outline true,
Completely made and rounded.
In memory of such as theso
Who glorlflod tho hours,
Wo gather here, beneath tho trees,
With knots and wroaths of llowers :
Here, Uudlng peaco and perlect rest
From rill and river motion,
A tew that lived and shono the best
Have found, at last, tho ocean, ,
And hero aro typified tho dowa
That come, the world adorning.
For these wero men of rainbow bues,
Brushed down lu life's fresh morning,
What matter If thoy camo to sight, I
From gowaus of tiie meadow
They only shone with strougor light
By reason of tho shadow.
But hero were some from daisy, bloom,
And hero wore some from roses;
Ou common level In the tomb
In earth the evil and iho Just,
Tho high and low are blendod ;
It's ash to ash and diist to dust
When human Ufa Is ended,
Willi garlands greeuaud flowers fair
Wo come to deck the pluces,
Whet o lest tho few of virtue rare
That higher manhood graces,
Upon these mounds that splnkled, hero
Disclose the sadder Mory,
Let living bloom to-day apnear
A semblance Hall orulory. ,
Heie lies the dust of men who fell
The blood of heroes treeing
Who nobly gave to piluclple
Tho ti Unite ot thclt iielng;
And soiuo uore in the giay of mom
Anil some the blueoi even,
The older grown, the later born,
To prldo and purpose given.
In Shlloh's bloody battle tide,
By flaming cannon lighted,
When Albert Sidney Johnson died
A country's hope was blighted.
A monument shall bear his name
Enduring as tho river,
And all of glory, all of fame
Shall be for him torever.
And humbler names shall take the stone
And be retained In story-Let's
carve them deep and makethem known
To magnitude of gloiy;
For there tiro heroes yet unsung
Who lit- within the wicket,
"Thegallaut Pelham" tearless Young,
And Lfishbiooke, Watts and Pickett.
Ftom aU the wais here rest some dead
Totlo the Country honor.
To show what weallh Kentucky shed
In sact lllcu U ou her ;
For some there were who.e mounds heie
Grand actors In the drama
Who wore the blue In Mexico,
The gray In Alabama.
God speed the woik that keeps lu mind
This grand hetolc leatute!
That teaches man to love his kind
And elevates his nature;
That makes him like tho drop of dew
That rests upon the flower,
Of perlect form, of rainbow hue
The diamond of his hour.
An oration was next delivered by Mr.
W. P. Larew, First Vice President of
tho Association, which consumed about
thirty minutes in the delivery. It was
an aide, eloquent and remarkably well
c msidered effort that touched the tender
sensiitllit es of his hearers, and brought
tear.s" to Jhe eyes of many unaccustomed
to the meltim: mood. Its extreme
oigth. we regret, prevents its publication
in this issue of the Bulletin.
At the conclusion of Mr.
drefin the band played the "Sweet By-
itn l-By," and many hetrts the
To iitir bountiful Father above,
Wm will otl'er our t Ibute of praise,
Foi theg oitoualttot His love,
And the blessluns that hallow our days.
Ge lend R. M. Gano, who was an honored
truest of the Association, in response
tu an invitation, the assembly,
and enrertained .them very pleasantly.
His remarks were appropriate to the ocr
casion and sound and patriotic in sentiment.
The address of General Gano was followed
by tho hand playing " Dixie," an
air some of these present had heard before
and under somewhat different circum
stances and it was not at all singular-that
a shadow of the old enthusiasm of twenty
years ago was stirred in the hearts of
some of the sober faced men who heard
the old war air of the South.
Tho ceremonies concluded with benediction
by Rev Mr. Pettis, of Newport.
Advertisements Inserted under this head-lug
lOoper line for each Insertion.
Try Langdon'a City Butter Crackers.
New style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt
& Doyle's. mar31dly
New style lnco curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, &c, at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Linen and Mohuir ulsters, large lot,
also Jap parasols 13 cents each, at Hunt
The sure effects of Ayer's Sarsaparrilla
aro thorough and permanent. If there
is a lurking taint of scrofula about you,
Ayer's Sarsaparrilla will dislodge it and
expel it from your system.
A whisker dye must be convenient to
use, easy to apply, impossible to rub off,
elegant in appearance, and cheap in
price. Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers
unites in itself all of theso merits.
There will bo a grand moonlight fete at
Amazon Hall lot, in East Maysville, on
Wednesday, Juno 13th, to which everybody
is invited. There will bo a good
platform elected fordancing and refreshments
of nil kinds. Admission, 10 cents
for gentlemen j ladies free.
j9u4t Richard Dawson, Mnnn0M
R. L. Tudor. 1lan6013'
Correcte'd daily by G. V. (2eihkl, grocer,
Second stteet, Maynvllle, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 25
Maysville Family 6 23
Old Gold 7 25
Mason County , , - 9 50
Kentucky Mills 0j2J
Butter, V to 12(3)15
Lard.ft 3 15
Eggs, doz - mi
Meal) peck 20
Molasses, fancy , 75
Coal Oil, 13 gal. 20
Sugar, granulated ty lb 11
11 A.tytb 10
11 yellow to 8ao
Hums, sugar cured ty to ,,. 15
Bacon, breakfast Tfi to 15
llomtny, V gallon 20
Beans V gallon 40
Potatoes H peck, now ...,, , 50
UoUee.. r 12&1S
DAILY STAiit) Iil.VK.
HI tip Licks to Maysville JHilly.
Leave Blue Licks at 5 o'clock a. m.. and re
turning win leave Jinysvnie nr
111 r. m. rinnrl tl.i.r.w n nit
catefal drivers. JOSEPH HTRRuI
have lefltted a building ou
li Fourth street between Limestone and
Market, where I will ctny on Hie carpenter
busiiiesnnd anyoue wishlngauythlngiu my
line will please give me call.
JSdlw CAPfAIN JACOB MILLER.
T?OK HKNT A twostoty frame house lu
Jr Clltton containing Ave rooms and kitchen
with stable, buagy house all necessary out
balldlngs. Apply to Leuard, or to
JI3dtf THIS OFFICE.
FOK It EXT The old Bletbower home.
Cumulus five rooms and kitchen, basement,
pantry and collar. Lately leuovuted
and in complete repair. Apply to
U. S.JUDD, Court street.
1?OU itEXr Three or tlve looms to small
: family. Apply at a'Jodtf TH IS OFFICE.
IOIl HAI.E Oil It EXT-A small frame
: lu trood renalr. on Hecomi street.
A halnt, n L.'n ..I Ii I . - '
..UCIUICU, Jt For particulars lunalre of
JI2J1W MRS. HUDNUT.
F Olt S ILK A good Cooking Stove and
Utensils. Call at Thomas Timor's tin stnre
Second street, bo'.weeti Market and Limestone.
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PERFECTION SAVES PRICE IN ONCE USING.
UINfinU Removes drudgery of
uow cleaning. Ask your
CI C A N C D merchant for it, or Aeud35o
L. C. M fi C fi. fnr finmnln lv tnnll.
PERFECTION WINDOWCLEANER CO..
J2dAwImo Chicago, 111.
W E havejust received from oue of tho lead-lug
manufacturers a consignment of 50
which we are authorized to sell at $2.00 each
The regular price Is .VjO. They will be sold
at this price ou Friday and Saturday only.
Jtadltwlt NESBITT & McKRELL.
J AS. S. REDMOND.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
LOTS FOR SALE.
"7"ERY desirable lots lor sale In the Mays-T
vllle Cemetery. Forprlceifcc., call upon
any one of the directors, viz.: Judge Stauton,
Capt. James ri. Hall, Robert F. Meaus, J. J.
Wood, II. C. Barkley, Dr. McOtonaghan, T.
A. Rovw, Jno. R Povntz, sr., J. K, Uiodrick,
Henty H. Cox, the Sexton on the grounds, or
to Edward Myall, at his wutehouseou Socond
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Lewis Vanden. Proprietor.
will offer at Public Sale on Tuesday,
WE 26th, ut two o'clock, p. m., at our
Carriage Factory, a Trotting Sulky, the property
ot Frank Camdpn. It will be sold to pay
for the repairs. WILSON & DIETRICH.
FOK VURITV AM) STIIEXGTIE
TREASURE BAKING POWDER.
Every can miaranteed and for sale by all grocers.
E. R. WEBSTER & CO.,
J7d2w ClnclunatJ, Ohio.
ON .Siitiuiliir. Juno 1(1, lss:t, at tlueo
o'clock i. in., 1 will oiler for sale to the
highest aud best hlddur, tor cash, that certain
vacant lot oi gioutid, situated on tho south
side of Third stteet, and ou tho east side of
Brnce's alley, being a lot forty feet ftont by
103 feet tlee)), being the lot which I. Stlckhiv,
deceived, owned and possessed. Hale to lie
on the (3. V. WALZ,
J'Jd7t Executor ot I. Stlckley.
State & Monroe Sts., Chicago
Wtllitnil nriinl.1 to iny klitrnu tUir
!" BAND CATALOGUE, i
for IstJ, it0 lws ill tnifnuii.n ""
of tniUuunrli. Cap. Ptiu, V
Omtn Vntor'i lfti. Add
Miti, Kunary '""' uginm i frvnnf
r Awtiul MUrUH,ii.oinciu.iM jniirucHon ami
for Anut.ur IhuJi. aud a Calal'2ut
f ChuLiliasJ Miuii.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
H.DODSON will remove his grain
business, on the 1st of July, from tho ores-
out stand ou Button street, whero ho has been
engaged the past teti years, to the grange
warehouse, corner of Second aud Wall streets
opposlto Daultoti's stable, where It will be
conducted by his successors, DODSON & FRAZEE.
The new firm will continue the Grain,
Leaf Tobacco and Coal business In all of its ' "
branches aud keep on hand tho best grades of
Pomeroy, and Raymond City
Kauawhaaud Blacksmith coal. Otlices: corner
of Walt and Second aud coal ottlce aud
yard Frout street ubovo lower grade
Jfdlm DODSON k FRAZEE.