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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNES DAY EVE., JUNE 20, 1883.
The small boy in his Sunday clothes,
Now tu tliuold time whine,
Is telling how tho soldier died,
"At Hlngen on tho Rhine."
Or may bo ho by way ol chango,
Will tell you of tho wreck,
Whero In tho (lames and battle smoke.
"The boy stood ou tho deck."
A handsome lap robe is to bo rafllcd at
tho Central Hotel to-night.
The work of loveling up the street railway
track is going on to-day.
The examination of the pupils of tho
High School will take place to-morrow.
The now1 steamer Buckeye State will
make her debut on tho river in a few
Mit. Thomas Tylku went to Cincinnati
to-day to have one of iiis omnibuses repaired.
Linen and Mohair ulsters, large lot,
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt
The boo keepers of this neighborhood
say that tho present season promises to be
a good one.
The Kentucky Central Railroad extension
from Paris to Winchester, will bo
finished this week.
Mn. II. Eheusole Is repairing his brick
house, near Limestone bridge, damaged
by fire some time ago.
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Don't stop your vehicles on the street
crossings, nor .hitch your horses to tho
shade trees on tho streets.
Nine hundred copies of tho Evening
Bulletin aro printed and circulated
every day, and tho number is still growing.
It is said not one patent in a hundred
pays tho expenses of its issue. Many
aro ingenious but in practical
cation they fail.
Mn. Geo. Wilson, of Wilson Bottom,
began to cut his wheat this morning.
Tho grain is of fine quality and stands
well up from tho ground. The crop is
moro than an average one.
Hon. J. Pjioctou Knott and Colonel
T. Z. Morrow began tho Gubernatorial
canvass at Jit. Vernon. Colonel Morrow
opened tho debate, and was followed by
Mr. Knott in a strong speech.
James Jones, colored, had his examining
trial Tuesday, before Mayor January,
on a charge petit larceny and was held
to bail for his appearance in Circuit
Court in July, to answer tho charge. In
default of bail ho was committed to jail.
At the examination of Prof. B. F.
school to-day, tho pupils acquitted
themselves with credit. They
seemed to bo well advanced in their
studies and to hivo profited by tho
excellent system that controls tho school.
The Bourbon News says: Hew
Elisha Green has sued tho Rev. Geo.
T. Gould and Professors Bristow and
Corrington for $1,000 damages, in the
Common Pleas Court. Tho caso is set
for tho third day of tho court, which convenes
on tho first Monday in July.
If you expect a fair to be held hero
next fall you will have to help mako up
the premium list. Liboral amounts have
already been given by many of our
zens, but a considerable sum yet remains
to bo made up. Bo prepared when
tho cbmmitteo calls on you to respond
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At tho closing exercises of the Academy
of tho Visitation, Maysvillo, Ky.,
tho distribution of premiums this year
will bo private, but tho art exhibition
will, as usual, bo public for tho parents,
guardians, etc., of tho pupils on Wednesday,
Juno 27th and the following day
from 0 o'clock a. in. to 3 o'clock p. m.
Undeu tho proposed plan of consolidating
tho Internal Revenue Districts, tho
Wilmington, (0.) district will bo added to
Cincinnati and Columbus district to
Bellefontaino and Marietta will
also bo morged into adjoining districts.
Tho chango will bo mado as soon after
July 1 as tho details can bo arranged.
Tho Covington Commonwealth says:
Dr. Charles Taylor, of this city, has just returned
from a visit to his father, who
has reached tho remarkable ago of ninety
nine. "What is still moro remakablo is
tho fact that ho retains his physical and
mental faculties to such a degreo that ho
Btill walks about two miles a day
and remembers with equal clearness
whatovorho reads daily, and events
of recent occurrence as well as those of
fifty years or moro ago. His aijjht and
hearing only aro so much impaired that
ho reads with difficulty, and it is laborious
to converse with him ; but'ho talks
connectedly, intelligently and Instruct
ively on any topic that may bo suggested.
Mr. Ed. Cook, of Cincinnati, is in the
Miss Mollio'McAteo is visiting friends
Master Arthur Glascock is visiting
friend at Jit. Carmel.
Judge Wall is at home from his Western
trip. He arrived on Monday.
Misses Mary and Martha Wheatly are
at home from Rose Hill Seminary.
Master Frank Wheatly will return
on Friday from Notre Dame University.
Mr. John Chisholm, of Millersburg, is
visiting tho family of Mr. Thos. Farley.
Mr. and Mr?. J, II. Hall, Jr., will leave
this evening by the Bonanza for Cincinnati
on a short visit.
Mrs. James Fox, who has been the
guest of tho family of Mr. Emilo Martin,
returned to New York last night.
Mr. Louis Lippcrt, of Pittsburg, and
formerly with Mr. J, J. Wood, of this
city, is here on a short visit to his old
Masters B. A. Wallinglord and F. A.
Mannen, who have been attending school
at Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, are at home
to spend tho vacation.
MNs Annie Power Is visiting her many
friend In Mt. Carmel.
Mr. John Klrltund family visited ftlendniit
Surdls Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Annio Hhondos has returned homo
from Millersburg. where she has beeu attend
lug the female college.
Miss Downing, of Pendleton county, nnd
Miss Lucock, oi Ohio, are the guests ol MM
MlssSulUe Marshall, of Fleming county, U
.spendlm; several weeks with her uuiiim,
Misses Mary and Phoebe Marshall.
Mr..T. 1). Hunter Just returned from a vMt
ol soveral Uny In Cincinnati,
Joseph Walker 1h bulldingu large bun.
ToImccco setting and Is the work
of the day.
Wo aro unable to understand whv some
cood doctor does not settle heie. There Is a
lino opening for one.
Crops aro looking wo 1 lmtlhe young MHilr
rels are about to destroy the corn. The pros
pects foroutsand hay are very Haltering.
It. It. Maltby Representing McAlpln Polk &
Co., of Cincinnati was here a lew days um.
Win. Illgtilns, of Shipley. Hoover &. Co., was
Mr. J. M. Huwley, latoly sold a horse to Mr.
Hindoo, of Cincinnati for $hS. Hesold one
alno to Air. Klndlg, of Pennsylvania, for ? M
and one to IM win 1 1 nwley of Fleming county,
lorSlSt. Tliee are the bM price that have
been paid ro ently In this neighborhood.
MrK.U.Clay Hord, will visit Mrs. Walling-ford,
Mr. Hltedled. Sunday morning last. Sho
lived on Cabin Cieek.
Our esteemed friend. J. 1). Mayhugh was
baptized during our late prottacted meeting.
Wo aro trying a new kind of a hcdito fence
here, elders briers nndimibs. It works well
while the old leuco lasts and no stock around.
One of tho handsome daughters of Mr.
Will Mm Mnyhugh has heenvMtlng friends
for several days, she Just had luxplcudld
Mr. Itoe, Is tho largest and most Jovial man
In our nelghboihood. He nays he Is 'too
much for any one around." We would hate to
Wo opine that we will have another wedding
to chronicle before long. They take
three hours Sunday oveulng to go and return
Mw. Kigan. wife ol Mr. HIce HIgan, was
mu IhI last Friday at Stone hick ceinetry.
The funeral was pleached at tho residence bv
the Hev. Mr. late, of Tollesboio.
We tiled to get an Item for the Bulletin
last week, we approached a man who was of
"Jumbo dimensions1 and asked him very
meekly how much he u weighed" ho replied
I weigh too much for yon. ,rWe agreed with
him vety quickly und retlied.
A young Inly who had been on a two weeks
vlsli was rattier tnken back by a man remarking
that he did not know she was
visiting, ho had not "missed her" We
thought surely he was n second Solomon,
who reached the point thut to him "all was
vanity under tho nun."
Its Effect Upon Tliom as Ascertained by
When hoys aie advised not to smoke
on hygienic grounds they laugh at the
advice, and speak of its givers as old
fogies. But careful experiments, htely
mado by a physician of repute, prove
that tho practice is very injurious. Ho
took for his purpose thirty-eight bos,
from nine to tlfteen, who had been in the
habit of smokiiv, and examined them
closely. In twenty-seven ho found obvious
llurtfui effects; twenty-two having
various disorders of tho circulation and
digestion palpitation of f ho heart, and
moro or less craving for strong drink;
twelve of the boy were frequently troubled
with bleeding at the nose; ten had
disturbed ssleop; twelve had slight ulceration
of the mucous membrane of the
mouth, which disappeared after discontinuation
of tobaico for ten or twelve
days. Tho physician treated thorn all
for weakness and nervoiHne.s, though
with little avail, until they had relinquished
smoking, when health and
strength were speedily restored.
Even if it bo granted that smoking is
not harmful to adults, there is no doubt
of its harmfulness to the young. Dr.
Hanking, Dr. Itichardson, and others,
who have made a special study of the
subject, nil agree in declaring that it
causes them impairment of 'growth, me-mature
virility, and physical degradation.
One of tho worst effects is tho provocation
of an appetite for liquor, which, indeed,
is not confined to tho young, but
which grown persons aro better able to
manage Where boys drink to excess,
they, aro almost invariably smokers, and
it is very rare to find a man overfond of
spirits who is not addicted to tobacco.
Men who want to give up drinking
usually have to give up smoking at tho
same tiino ; for they say that a cigar or a
pipe generally oxcites a desire for liquor
very liard to control.
A Vassar girl, who dresses in half
mourning, was asked tho reason. She
replied that she was mourning for her
It is estimated t lint Wore July I thcro
will he $3,01)0,000 worth of opium in San
The wngca question between tlierai'rvid
coal miner. ol Pittsburg and the employers
will be submitted to an umpire.
A M'Kciai from Charleston (Tenn.l says
the murdered body of Mrs. Admin 1ms been
found in the wood. Her husbnud Is suspected.
Tits runtiueutnls. of Now Oiltmns, participated
on Monday in the military parade
mi Huston in honor "of tho battle of Bunker
Skiuoi'4 trouble is anticipated if the hostile
Indians captured by Crook, or who
were expected to surrender to him, are not
received at the agency. .
Thk MassachuetU .Se'inte has ordered
;Miid Walter Slmnley STU.dOO on account of
$ occasioned in the construction of the
Iloosac Tunnel. He aked $1:10,000.
Tiik county attorney at Ashland, Kentucky,
will enter a nolle prosequi In t he
case of Win. 1)1 rely, who win arretted by a
letcctlvo ns the lidr in the murder of the
John Flynx, eix yenva old, run over
and fatally mangled by a en He 4?rpt car
line at Cluongo. He the thirteen. h
victim since the inauguration of the cable
Tits Pavnell fund of Chicago, in the
lmnd of Hon. James W. Fiueny. edpor of
ilie ritWen, now amounts to fco.UOO. A
preliminary contribution of over $o00 was
received from LeadvlUe Monday.
A iiMVD pool In petroleum, with acapttnl
of $1 o,000.0C0. has been discovered by a
Philadelphia journal, the pilot being a
banker of Pitt-dung. The iiguies nt uhich
to unload are 1.30 per barrel.
Two brothers, John and Martin Renter,
were smothered to death by foul glides in a
well they wore repairing, at Cold Spring
Drl lug Park, Milwaukee. Martin leaves
live children and John leaves a wf'e ami
v,:$ a .-
At Plymouth, Mas?., in the suit for
of George W. Humphreys versus the
Old Colony Koad for injuries received by
tho abrupt stoppage of a train, the jury
gavo a verdict lor $10,500 for the plaintllf.
A jithy declares John Gill, of New York,
unfit to take care of himself or his property.
Tho Woodhull sisters, who, It is s.iid, obtained
from him a quantity of Government
bonds and a deed for a SI 5,000 house, are
said to have escaped to Europe.
United Juoe McOhahv's
opinion in the oase of the I'hilh'.oiA heirs,
who claim ownership of the iiiudou which
neavly all tho city of Utile Kock, Ark., was
nilt. decides that whatever their original
- lerit, the claimants havo slept loo Ioul' on
.heir rights and are now without lemedy.
Mit. Ivek, of the special counsel in the
caes, ha gone to Washington
i push the indictments against Kellogg
ind Jlrady. He ays tho debauch of Thur-lay
nlht over the aciptittal of Horsey wai
te must disgraceful known in American
Adolpii Eiikke, a Chicaeo hricklavor,
ired two bullets Into his wife s head and
,en blew out his own brain, dying in-
tatitly. It is tlotght the woman can not
cover. The deed was done because the
voman applied fur a divorce.
Mits. Iowuv, agedsoventy years, driving
ru'oss the railway track at Clyde, ()., was
by a locomotive and Instantly kilted.
The horse was family injured and tne
iiitgy smashed to splinters. Doing deaf,
it is supposed she did not bear tho approaching
Tiik Seventy-first New York regiment,
now encamped near l'eckskill, wks higiily
incensed by the sermon of a Methodist
minister denouncing the mllkia and urging
parents to keep close wa chou their daughters.
A tarty of over one thousand citizens
of Montery, Mexico, stopped a train on the
National railway for six hours, and seized
tlo conductor ou charge of having pitched
a mau oil" a car platform and caused his
icath. Tho conductor was released on
, irov'ing his innocence.
Tub boby of Lena Baum, an estimable
young lady of twenty years, was found in
; ho canal at Napoleon, O., near her home,
riie Coroner. s Inquest devoloped that tho
leel was instigated by the perfidy of her
iover. She climbed out of her bedroom window
during tho night, attired only in her
looping robes, went to the bridge, tied her
dress to the railing, probably to mark tho
spot of her fatal leap, and then jumped
into tho canal.
Advertisements lnsertcl under this
10c per Hue for each Insertion.
Tuy Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
m m -
Nnw style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt
& Doyle's. marttlrfly
New stylo lace curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, sluulo fixtures, &c, nt
Hunt & Doyle's.
Excursionists, get your accident insurance
ticket before you leave. It costs
but 23 cents a day for a $3,000 ticket.
M. F. M.utsu, Agent.
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Fou constitutional or scrofulous catan h
and for consumption induced by tho
scrofulous taint, Ayer'sSarsaparillaistho
truo remedy. It lins cured numberless
cases. It will stop tho nauseous catarrhal
discharges, nnd remove tho sickoning
odor of tho breath, which aro indications
of scrofulous origin,
The meed of merit for promoting personal
(esthetics is duo to J. 0. Ayor &
Co, whoso incomparable Hair Vigor is a
universal benutifler of the hair. Harmless,
oflcctivo, agreeable, it has taken
rank among tho indisponsiblo articles of
tho toilet, To scanty locks it gives luxuriance;
and withered hair it clothes with
tho hue of youth.
TO LOVERS OF FUN.
There'll bo mimic fine and HuhtB to Milne
Upon the dancers tab nnd blight.
Tlmie'll beelrlssupiMiiioiuid good Icecream,
At tho uiooullKht. fete on Thursday nlgut.
Kmieitr ivnott. 'IMauageis.
At the Amazon Jlml lot. 2cd2t
Correelod ibillv by (i. V. GKisEif grocer
IV 7 25
Mnysvllle Faintly ti
Old Gold 7 -,
Kentucky Mills o 25
Lard, B 3 15
Coal OH, t af..... ay
Huar,ranulaled -0 lb u
.. iP 1U
yellow V m B(8
Hams, sugar cured n lb I5
Hacon.breaklast v It 13
Ilomtny.y uallou 2,,
eaus VkuIIoii , 4,
I'otatotHV necf. new .......... am
"otlee I... i... ..... ..(, io i.
CITY AMICOUXIT JUKEUrOiil.
Judue A. E.Cole.
Attorney-T. A. Curran.
Clerk H. I). Parrv,
f Dan IVrrlne.
Deputies: I'han Jellerson.
I, d;,)V. Alexander.
t 11 .1
Jailer Dennis Kit zyc raid.
TueMlny utter hecomi Mnulay in Jauunrj,
Apt 11, July and October Hi each year.
JiuUe Wm. P.toons.
Second .Monday eiich tnoutli.
Tuesday niter seconn .Monday In March.
June, September nnd December in each year.
Mnysvllle, No. 1,-W, IL PoIUtt nnd J. L.
Orant, rtrni and third TueMlayn lu March.
June, September and December.
Mnysvllle, No. 'J.-M. F, MnMi aud Y. L.
TloHon, nrt Saturday aud fouithTuesday,
Dover, No, 3-A. A. Gibbon nnd A. F.
DobyiH, flit and third Wednesday, same
Minerva, No. -I-O. X. Weaver nnd J. H.
hhoii, riiht and third Tuesdnyh. same
, 111 nuli.
F. Pollock and Jan.
lliM anil thitd SatUidays. miiuc
! mnutii ,
No. M. Hnll nnd J. Tllton,
: .ernml and rourdi HatutdavH, same months.
Maliel;, No. 7-C. W. lllhuiisnnd J. U.
Uiyinond. second and lourtli Fridayn, hunie
, I.i'wNlinru, Nn. 8 J, M. Alexander aid
A-i ei Honl, Hceoud aud fourth ThursdayH,
' 4.1 ne months.
jm miituu,No MV.D, Coryell and W.J.
I ilh . first n uiday nnd Us Mohday.samt
WtihlMttton, No. 10 John Ityanaud
fmi'th TueMlay and third
Murphwilie, No. II LewN Jetieion and
j K. L. Uiinli, tourth Monday aud thlidTimrs
I da.ame mouths.
, r'ein Leaf, No. 12-S. K. Martin and J. H.
1 Hurues, second iiiidfouilh Snturdays.ham
Mnysvllle, No. l-J. K Wallace.
MnyftYllle, No. 2 V. L. Morau.
Dover, lb McMillan.
Minerva, No. I Jnuu Huuyon,
Uermantown, No. o Isaac Woodwnul.
SardN.No aTJ. A. Collins.
Muyhllclc. No, 7 Thomas Murphy,
Lewfobiiiy.Nn.S S. M.. Strode.
Uruni;el)iiiu. No. 9-Thomas Hle.
Washlnlon,No. 10 James Oault.
Murphysvllle.No. Il-W. K. Prather.
Feru Leaf No. 12-11. W. Wood.
Koeiely MeelliiKN liisonlc.
Conlldonce Loitge, No. 52, first Monday 01
Mo-ou Lodge, No. 312, third Monday of each
Mnyvllle,Chapter,No.9,secoud Monday ol
Mnysvllle Cominaudery, No. 10, fourth
Monday ot ench mouth.
Plsgnh Encampment, No. 9, second nua
tourMi Mondays In each mouths nt 7 o'clock.
DeKalb Lodge. No. 12, Tuesday night, each
week, nt 7 o'clock.
Hiuggold, No. 27, Wednesday ulght, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
KnluIitH of Honor.
The first and third Tuesday of each mouth.
Lodye 100m on button street.
U. of P.
Limestone Lodge, No. 36, Friday night ol
I. O. W. M.
Wednesday ulght each week.atthelr ballon
ftoilnllty II. V.. H.
Hecoud and fourth Sundays In each month,
at their ballon Limestone street.
Father Mattiew T. A. N.
First Sunday lu each month, at their hnll ou
St, Patrick' llciievolcnt Society.
Second Sunday In each mouth, at their Hnll
Clyrnr Mtikern' Vtilon.
First Tuesday night in each mouth,
Monday night ot each week.
K. C. R. K., arrives at 0,10 a. in. aud 3:15 p.
m. Departs at 3:4-5 a. m. aud 12 in.
Honanza, down Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays at U p. 111. Up Tuesdny,Thurday aud
BJiuruay at a p. in.
The Board ol Council meets the first Thun-day
evenln In each mouth.
Mayor Horace January.
President Ij. Kd. Peaice.
First Ilendel, A. A. Wads,
worth, L. Kd, rearce.
Second V W.Martin, Thomas J.
Chenoweth, M,C, HutchluK.
Tlilrd Ward-Matt. Pearce.E. W. FUzgfcrnld,
Fourth J. P. Phlster.D. A.
John W. Alexander.
Fifth Ward-Wm. B.Mathew, James Hall,
Treasurer and Collector E, K, Pearce.
Clerk Harry Taylor.
Marshal James Itedmond.
nmuitiiw 1 obrt Urowulng.
Deputies, j Wm rjuu'Hon.
Woodnud Coal Inspector Peter Parker.
City J. T. Strode.
Keeper of Alms Houso Mrs.S. Mlllfi.
Cincinnati, PorlHiuontli, lUic Nnntly A
Poiuoroy 1'nekot Coiupiiny.
JOHN KYLE, President.
Lewis Glenn, Secretary nnd Treasurer.
C. and O. It. it, lMCICKTS
TELEGUAPH.Moud'fl and Thursdays 5 p.m.
FLEETWOOD, TueMlays und Fridays, 6 p. m.
Mnvavllln All tnil n,.1 W.i.. T r..l.:n
MpRNINU .MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
LertVeClhdhnatt 4:30 a. tu. Maysvlile, I n. m.
Lon-pi Itlue I.I (Us to Mnysvllle Ially.
Leave llltio Licks nt 5 o'clock a. in., nnd re
luiiiing win leave Mnysvllle &JZMxt2
ui2::w p. ui. Good iind,ZMtia
caiemiunveis. JOKIMI 11. UituWW
lrAXTi;i A home by a white donientlo,
) who liu uood cook, linnet and washer.
A ply Ut Jlkltf UCLLKTIN OFFICK.
1JMMI Hi:.r A ImusecontnlnlnK two aood
; rooiiM and it kitchen. Water lurnhdied.
Alnon largo y uid. A milv In
TJMHC acres of Clov er ready
J; to mow. Apply at once to
18d2twl at Newell it Henry V, Mnikel t.
I.oil HK r a two story frame house lu
Cltlton contnlninjr five rooms and kitchen
with slahle, hUL'K.V nil neceary out
buildings. Apply to Kd. Leonard, or to
JI3dU THISi OKFICK.
"IJOK sALi: t)tt small irnmo
X1 hone lu iod repair, on Second street,
Aberdeen, O. For particular Inoalre of
JI2J1W Mit. HCDNUT.
I ONT A pair of steel flamed spectacle In
1j leiulierciiHe, Please letuin to thN olllce
mid he geneiously rewarded. lodlw
?OUM Near Orangeburg, dUcliaij;e pa-7
pers of Araham Howen irom the army1
JlOdlw Apply nt THIS OKFICK.
THE SUN ""ly.0"
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PERFECTION SAVES PRICE IN ONCE USKfc
WINDOW Heinoves drudgery of window
clenuliiff. Ak your
" I F&NFR merchant for it,oreutl.'loo
J u fcrt " - n forsnmpe bv mntl.
EHFKCTION WINDOW CLlJ.VNKIt CO.,
rE will otter at Public Hale on TueMlny,
June Silth, at two oVIocU, p. m , at our
Cariiiim Knetory, a Tiottlim Sulky, the
ol Frank Camden. It wilt heboid to pay
for the repuiis. WILSON ,V UIETUlClI.
FU I'L'UITY AND SIKKN;iii
TREASURE BAKING POWDER.
Hveiyonnytnrni.teed and for sale by all
E. It. WEHSTElt A CO,
J7d2w Cincinnati, Ohio.
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have lust received their Spring Stock of Import
edandDomesllcUoodsof the latest styles.
prices reasonable and work the best. nu'Jly
"Wo offer, commencing this week,
great bargains in WHITE GOODS,
LACES, &c. Chocked Nainsooks
at 10, 12 1-2, 15, 20 and 25c. a yard.
India Linons at 10, 12 1-2, 15, 20, 25
and 30c. per yard. Pigurod
at 12 1-2, 16 2-3, 20, 25 and 30c.
per yard. Laco Striped Piques at
15, 20 and 25c. por yard. Largo
stock of Laces at very LOW prices.
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.,
No. 24, Market Street.
JAS. S. REDMOND.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS,
Cure !m! (munition of Kidneys. Liver and
Ilndder. Mrlek dut depoMin. and Diabetes, f
nhiuillc lis. lues .1 the
tuns: Tiind Live Indljfemion, V
inurttimlicli, flout Prolcul vm Z
3G Bonos for sZCZ Zs Cures Gout,
U)) Jt lUicumatiim 91
1 T tho Joluu. vomit
' thet'ictlira. A. Specific fot
Ston in tUo llladdcr;
m 9ry rhoi'ii. DiM'iiM's of tho rrostau
2 Gland, lirlt'bt's DUodieof the Kidneys
S J.T .LIE, Cincinnati, O. v
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
JOSEPH H.DODSOX will remove UIh gralu
1) business, on the 1st of July, from tho present
8tand ou Button street, where ho has beou
engaged the past ten years, to tho craugo
warehouse, corner of Second and "Wall HtreetH
oppoHlto uaulton's stable, whore It will be
conducted by lusNUCcebsortt, DODSON &
The new llrm will continue the Grain,
Leaf Tobacco nnd Coal business in all of its
branches and keep on hand the best grades of
Ponioroy, aud Kaymoud City
Kanawhnnnd Ulackstutth coal. OiUro.s; cor
nerof Wall and Second and coal oilico uud
yard Front street above lower snide.
Jullm DOUSON & KltAZKE,