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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1883.
A company Is marching out,
And not to fife and drum,
Rut to the stirring music of
Tho busy reapers, hum.
There la no blood upon their hands,
No heaping piles of slulu,
But only rifts of golden wuent,
Upon the harvest plain.
Straw lints wont to tho rear
' i i ' m m i
Butter is now selling at 15 and 20 cents
Nuw potatoes are sold this week at 40
cents a peck.
Skven steam threshers are at work in
Lewis county this season.
Col. Mouiiow, the Republican candidate
for Governor, will speak at Vance-burg,
July 20th, and in this city on tho
In anticipation of tno completion of
the street railway, some of the citizens of
tho East end are disposing of their horses
The Vancoburg Courier is pefectly correct
when it says : There's nothing modest
about a Maysville sow. Sho will lie
down and have pigs anywhere.
The largo whisky houso of Win. Davie
& Co., at Paris, has been closed by the
sheriff under an order of tho Louisvillo
conrt. Tho stock was attached for a
debt of $5,000.
The pupils of tho High School, Prof.
W. W. Richeson, principal, were
to-day. Tho programme of exorcises
was very interesting and up to tho
usual high standard.
Mr. J. J. McCarthy, driver of thoMt.
Carmel omnibus, has been detained at
homo for se.veral days past by tho severe
illness of his wife. His place has been
supplied by Mr. James Masterson. At last
accounts Mrs. Carthy was reported to bo
The following marriage licenses have
been issued in Brown County, Ohio, since
our last report:
Arowln Garrison and Lillian A. Snoll.
Henry Ruseh and Mary Haute.
Samuel Patterson and Maggie Davis.
John A. Foster and Ilosa Ann Modur.
Israel Fry and Emma Metlbid.
C. A. White and Isabel Hall.
Martin Snell and Hattlo McNutt.
Teii Big Sandy and Pomeroy Packot
Company has made tho following new
running arrangements: The Ohio, is announced
to leave for Wheeling and Pittsburg
every Sunday, whilo the Bostona,
Fleetwood and telegraph will extend
their Thursday, Friday and Saturday
trips through to Parkersburg in the order
The exnmining trial of tho negro
Direly, at Cntlottsburg, resulted in his acquittal
and discharge. Detective Burnett
has given up tho case and admits that he
made a mistake in causing the arrest of
tho accused. It is now thought that tho
application for a rehearing of Craft's
case by tho Court of Appeals will not be
The agents apppointed to advertise tho
coming Cincinnati Exposition have
sent to tho Bulletin matter that measures
eigVjt inches of space with tho modest
reo est that wo will print it for one
month'for tho compensation of fifty cents
a week, or two dollars in all. It occurs
to us that tho proprietors of the Cincinnati
show aro exhibiting a decidedly
mean disposition in dealing with the
press of thow neighborhoods from which
they expect a considerable part of their
patronago, and aro running on very narrow
gatigo principles. Tho managers are
able to pay and ought to pay full valuo
for their advertisements and will do it if
thoy expect to . uso the columns of tho
The Washington correspondent of the
Enquirer says : It is understood that tho
consolidation of Internal Revenue districts
in Kentucky will bo so arranged as
to dispense with a near relative of Ex-Secretary
Blaine. Whilo tho schedule has
not yet been definitely announced it is
said that tho plan proposed for Kentucky
includes tho abolition of the Maysvillo
office and transfer of its territory to tho
Covington and Lexington. John Blaine,
who has beon tho Collector nt Maysvillo,
is a near relative of tho Ex-Secretary of
State, and comes from tho section of tho
State whoro several members 6f tho
Blaine family resided, and where James
G. taught school in earlier years. Tho
Maysvillo collectorship pays $2,750 per
.year, with some extms, nnd liko Conk-ling's
rubber band, ' was about all the
Ex-Secretary expected to got out of this
Tho consolidation proposed will not disturb
John Blaine's equanimity in tho
least, as hte resignation has beon before
the department for several weeks. When
tho decapitation begins, unless tho Government
provides ono, there will bo no
' collector to be had.
Prof. Bristow Explains.
Tho following explanation of the assault
on the Rev. EHsha Green, of this
city, is printed in tho Paris Kentuckian
as coming from Prof. Bristow: Meeting
Prof. Bristow, of Mlllersburg Female
College, and a pleasant party of young
ladies, on Saturday's train, wo asked him
to record the names in our noto book,
which ho did as follows: Prof. F. L. Brit-tow,
Tuscaloosa, Ala., Miss Oharlotto
Cartersvillo, Ga.; Miss Lutio Peterson,
Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Miss Jonnio
Saunders, Parkeraburg, West Virginia.
" All seated, and no Rov. African molested,"
added he. Wo then asked him as
to tbo facts of tho caso in regard to the
difficulty with the colored man Green.
" As we went into tho car," said he, several
persons mado way to let tho young
ladies have seats together, and wo naturally
expected the darkey to do likewise,
and after waiting some time, asked him
if he didn't intend to tako another seat
and let tho ladies have his. Ho was positive
that ho would not do so, and then
we wnitcd for the conductor to try to prevail
on G.-to act tho part of true courtesy,
but he wns obdurate, and tho con
ductor didn't feel authorized to interfere,
and wo then said we would force him to
act tho part of a gentleman. Mr. Gould
atttompted to draw him out of tho seat,
when Green struck at him, snd I tapped
the darkey with this light satchel. I
knew nothing of his being a preacher or
crippled, as he is a very large, robust
looking darkey, and I notico gets about
very welu I think any man, white or
black, that won't readily accommodate
ladies, ought to be made to do so. I
knocked a darkey down once in Little
Rock, Ark., who wouldn't give way to
ladies in the street. I did tell a man.
(since said to be .Rev. .Tno. Barbour) who
sided with Green, that I could acorn mo-
Mr. Duke Watson, of Shannon, is in
tho city today.
Miss Peggy McCready died at Washington,
last night, at tho age of
Mrs. B. P. McClanahan and her sister
Tillio Brodt, are visiting friends in Fleming
Mr. J. F. Lander, of Johnson Junction,
was in the city to-day, and dropped in to
see tho Bulletin.
Misses Sallio and Mena Jorer returned
home, yesterday, from visiting fiiends at
Miss Etna Prather passed through
Maysville, yesterday, on her way to
Lebanon, Ohio, where goes to attend the
Summer Institute for teachers.
Mr. Charles Ly tie, formerly of Carlisle,
was in Maysvillo yesterday, on his return
from Mexico, and called to seo the Bulletin.
He expects to South America in
a few weeks.
Mr. A.-Schaeffer, superintendent of tho
water works, left yesterday, for Chicago,
where he goes to investigate tho subject
of water motors. On his return ho will
be able to give all information desired
in regard to their application to machinery.
All is quiet on the Potomac. This can be
attributed to tho heated term.
'Squire Heavley Is still on the Improve. He
has added a new fence to his beautiful sward.
Mrs. Donnli, of St. LouN, Dr. Moore's stately
daughter, Is visiting berchllduood's lovely
When gentleman fall to keep their
t Just atti Unite it to their rush of business.
Mrs. G. H. Wheeler returned on tho
Saturday night with a choice selection
of millinery goods.
Mr. A. T. Hotts unique ndverllsomont of
last week was quite amusing, evincing the
We understand the Orpheus Club" Is
practicing so diligently we may soon
a very entertaining concert.
Ono of our bowltchlng beauties, we regret
to announce, Is allllcted with u severe malady
of She has been subsisting on
One of our most prominent dry gonds merchants
made a buslueas trip to tin
Queen Cily, mi evidence of Ins successful
love, which has proven so ethoroil o food,
thai tho physician has recommended
Springs as a suitable place to regain n
Mnter Jlminle Cheosman hns lately received
from his brother. David, a dog ot rare
qualities, black now, but eventually will bo
metamorphosed Into white.
It Ik gently whispered nbout that one of our
tobicconlsts has captivated ono oi
our piomlneut business gentleman's
who Is musically accomplished.
They sitythnt if there wero sixty looking-glasses
In your hoiue, a woman would bo
Hiiro to inspect herself In them all, when who
Imi a new bonnet on. before she would leave
the hou'.e, feeling satislled.
Tuesday night from tho rosklonco of Mr.
Metlord theietloated out on that entrancing
moonlight night, the strains or some sweet
ballads, mint: by a bevy of inon bowltchlng
girls, accompanied by a silvery-toned tenor
Madam rumor says that Aberdeen will be
largely represented tills summer at
All those pretty white dresses and summer
silks wero uot purchased to bo exhibited
only In Aberdeoir No doubt thoy will make
ma nyn conquest.
Newspaper dead-beats who aro eager to
re id the news, but loth to pny for It, Do
they suppose tho newspaper men can 11 vo on
air, and publish his paper without means,
any more than a groceryman can furnish
groceries without being paid for them ?
We find tho following in tho river news
of tho Enquiror, of Wednesday : Colonel
Gus. Simmons has secured tho bar privileges
of tho now Buckoyo State, and -with
the assistance of John Jones, of tho Fleetwood,
is busy to-day fitting it up. Col.
Simmons' tasto has beon called into requisition
in selecting tho cabin outfit of
tho now boat.
The Water Company now has 353 customers
in addition to establishments that
measuro tho consumption of water by
motors. About ono and a half million
gallons aro used each week.
Dr. G. T. Gould has promised to tho
Paris Kentuckian a statement concerning
tho assault, at Millersburg, on the
Rev. Ellsha Green, of this city. It will
bo looked for with much interest.
An Artistic Japanese Thief.
Ono morninc, having risen earlier than
usual, I took my seat by tho grated window
of my chamber and watched tho
passers. Presently, a old
lady, followed by "a dog, came in light,
encountered a friend, bowed low and began
an animated conversation. Whilo
they wero thus employed, n
stealthily approached, nnd after
striking tho dog upon the head, picked
up the insensibly creature with his sticks,
threw it into his basket and covered it
with the contents, then coollv proceeded
to examine somo ruhb'sh deposited by
tho way side. In a few moments the olil
lady missed her pot and began to call for
mm ; infunwlulo tin paper collector continued
his occupation in an unniucerned
manner, as thougn guiltless of the theft.
"Have you seen' my beautiful little
dog?" inquired tho woman, regarding
" Dog, dog ?" he answered, bowing
" Honorable lady do vou take me
for a thief?"
Yes; I believe you havf stolen him."
she indignantly replied. " I suppose you
want to make a few cash bv turninghis
beautiful skin into a drumhead."
''Honorable ladv, vou are indeed
tiken," murmured the rnscil, shifting
tho basket to his back, crouching te the
ground and bowing his head. "Although
I am only a miserable
I am strictly honest. I have not set eyes
on your uinitiulu If you will describe
him and tell me where you liv6 I
may meet him in my walks, when I will
restore him to vou."
" My little Chin has a black and white
co it, and wears a red and yellow cotton
frill around his neck Although you pretend
to be so innocent, I believe you know
something about him."
'"Jhe gods will b"iir witness to mv innocence,"
murmured the rs'tl, wth
face close to the ground. ' It is h rd
enough to be poor, without being clnrged
While ho was speaking, the animal
its senses, wiggled fmin ' ene. t
the paper scraps, leaped upon M e ilii -i'-back
and barked at hN ovrjo "1 mis
tress, who taking him in lie'- arms, uttered
shrill erics of "' P dice !'
and was darting off when he ran into the
arms of a long-haired, spectacled
clad in a tight bluefiiieign uniform,
who had been attracted y the woman's
cries. Edward Green.
Advertisements Insened under this heading
ll)c per Hue for each lnseitlou.
Thy Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
New style Stockinette Jetseys at Hunt
& Dovle's. marUldlv
New style luce cm tain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, &e.f at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Linen and Molutir ulsters, large lot,
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt
Book Bindery. Persons desiring book
binding will leave it at any of the book
stores. j21d2w H. H. Cox.
Excursionists, get your accident insurance
ticket before you leavo. It costs
but 23 cents a day for a $3,000 ticket.
M. F. Mausii, Agent.
Fon constitutional or scrofulous catarrh
and for consumption induced by the
scrofulous taint, Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the
truo remedy. It has cured numberless
cases. It will stop tho nauseous catarrhal
discharges, nnd removo tho sickening
odor of the breath, which are indications
of scrofulous origin,
The meed of merit for promoting personal
aesthetics is duo to J. C. Ayer &
Co, whoso incomparable Hair Vigor is a
universal beautitier of the hair. Harmless,
ofl'ective, agreeable, it has taken
rank among tho indispensiblo articles of
the toilet, To scanty locks it gives
nnd withered hair it clothes with
tho hue of youth.
To Buyers of ClotTiing.
I tako this method of informing my
friends in Maysvillo and vicinity that I
am now with O. R. Mubley it Co. Tho
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forsuits, goods &c, sent in my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will bo sent on approval to responsible
parties otherwise 0. 0. D.
Goods will bo exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fine dress
6uits to hire for balls, weddings, &c.
N. B. Marsh,
WithO. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O.
Juno 20, 1883, at tho County Clerks Olllce,
Miss ELIZA HILL to M.J. I. LAWLYE3.
all of Mason County, Ky,
Juno 20, 1883, Miss MAGGTE DAVIS, or
Mason county, ICy., to Mr. J. J. INGRAM, of
Woodford, county, Ky.
Vmtcebitrqr, Itoino, Concord. BInnolicM
ter ttua Alnysvlllo Unity 1'nokot,
HANDY.. Redden, CapL
Loves Vanceburtr dallv at
5 o'clock a.m. for Maysvillo.
Leavea Maysville 1:30 r. m.
Connects nt Manchester with stage for West
Union, For freight or passage applyou board.
TO LOVERS OF FUS.
There'll bo music fine and lights to shine
Upon the dancers fair and bright.
There'll be girls supreme and good Ice cream,
At the moonlight, fete on Thursduy night.
Richard Dawson.) .,,,.
Koukiit 1 unou. . Managers.
At the Amazon ilml lot. 20d2t '
Corrected dally by O. W. Qeisel, grocer,
Se.oud street, Maysvillo, Ky.
Limestone $ 7 2,5
Maysvillo Family fi 25
Old Gold 7 23
Mason County a 50
Kentucky Mills 0 25
Butter, $m 151120
Lnrd.tf 9 15
Eggs, doz 15
Meal's) peck 20
Molasses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, 13 gal. .." o
Sugar, granulated 0 lb n
" A.W IB id
" yellow 1) to 8,39
Hams, sugar cureJ " to 15
Hicon, breakfast V to 15
Hominy, ) aallou 20
Beans ) gallon 41
Potatoes V peclt, new ..., 40
CITY AM) COUNTY DMECTOKl.
Jtiilee A. E.Cole.
Commonwealth's A. Curran.
Clerk B. D. Parrv.
Hherlll Perry .Je'ilerson.
f IM11 Perriue.
Deputies: J. Chan Jellerson.
, ,, . (, J. W. Alexander.
Jailor Dennis Fitzgerald. A
Tuesday alter second MoniI(ij"n January,
April, July and October in each year.
Judge Win. P. Coons.
County L. Whltaker.
Clerk W. W. Ball.
Hecond Mmulnv iv .mipIi mnntli
0 t"itricriy Court.
Tuesday alter secont. Monday in Mnrch,
June, September and December in each year.
Maysville, No. l.-W. H. Pollltt and J. L.
Grant, tlrst 11 ml third Tuesdays In March,
June, September nnd December.
Maysville, No. 2.-M. F. Marsh and W. L.
Holtou, tlrst Saturday and fourth Tuesday,
Dover, No. 3-A. A. Gibbon nnd A. F.
Dobyuc, tlrst and third Wednesday, same
Minerva, No. i-O. N. Weaver and J. H.
Watson, tlrst and third Tuesdays, same
Gernmtitown.No.o S. F. Pollock and Ja?.
Fegmi, tlrst and third Satu.days, t.ume
'anils, No. 0-J. M. Bnll nnd J. W. TUton,
ecoiil and fourth Saturdays, same months.
Maysllck, No. 7-C. W. Williams aud J. D.
Hiiymoud, second and lourth Fridays, same
Lewlsburg, No. 8 J. M. Alexuuder aud
Abner Hord, second and fourth Thursdays,
uni gelnug, No 9 W. D.Corvelland W. J.
Tullv. tlrst Saturday aud last Monday.same
Wiiihlngtnn, No. 10 John Uyan and James
Smlthers, touith Tuesday and third
MurnlDftVllle, No. 11 Lewis Jetlerson and
E. L. Gault, fourth Monday audthlidThurs.
Fern Leaf, No. 12-S. E. Mntin and J. B.
Burgess, second aud fourth Saturdays, samt
Maysville, No. 1-1. P. Wallace.
Maysville, No. 2 W. L. Morau.
Dover, B. McMillan.
Mluervn, No. i James Runyon.
German town, No. 5 Isaac Woodward.
Sardis No 0-J. A. Collins.
Maysllck. No. 7 Thomas .Murphy.
Lewlsburg, No.S S. M. Strode.
Orangeburg, No. 0- Thomas Hlce.
Washington, No. 10 James Gault.
Murphysvllle. No. 11 W. R. Prather.
Fern Leaf No. 12 B. W. Wood.
Society Meetings Masonic.
Confidence Lodge, No. 62, tlrst Monday 01
Maou Lodge, No. 342, third Monday of each
Maysville, Chapter, No. 9, second Monday ot
Maysvillo Commaudery, No. 10, fourth
Monday ot each month.
1. O. O. F.
Plsgah Encampment, No. 9, second and
tounn .Mondays 111 encn mourns at o'clock.
DeKalb Lodue.No. 12. Tuesday ulaht. each
week, at 7 o'clock.
Rluggold. No. 27, Wednesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
KnlulitH or Honor.
The first and third Tuesday of each month.
Lodge room on Sutton street.
K. of P.
Limestone Lodge, No. 36, Friday ulght ot
I. O. W. M.
Wednesday night each week.at their hallon
Hodnllty II. V.5I.
Second and fourth Sundays In each mouth,
at their ballon Limestone street.
Father Mntlicw T. A. S.
First Sunday In each mouth, at their hall on
Nt. Pntrlck'H Benevolent Society,
Second Sunday In each mouth, at their Hall
Cigar Milkers' Union.
First Tuesday night In each month,
I. O. G, T.
Monday night ol each week.
K. C. R. R., nrilves at 9:30 a. m. nnd 8:15 p.
in. Departs at 3:15 a. m. aud 12 m.
Bonanza,, down Monday, Wednesdny and
Fridays at 0 p. m. Up Tuesday,Thurdny uud
Saturday ut 8 p. in.
The Board ol Council meet3 the first Thursday
eveulng In each mouth.
Mayor Horace January.
President L. Ed. Pearce.
First Ward-Fred. Heudol, A. A. Wads-worth,
L. Ed, I'earce.
Second ard Dr. G. W. Martin, Thomas J.
Chenoweth, M. C. Hutchlns.
Third W. Fitzgerald.
Fourth Wiu d Dr. J. P. Phister.B. A.
John W. Alexander.
Fifth Ward Wm. B. Mathews, Jatnos Hall,
Treasurer and Collector E. E. Pearce,
Clerk Harry Taylor.
Marshal James Redmond.
Ttnmitips J Robert lirowulug.
uoputics. I V),m Dawson.
Wharfmostor Robert Ficklln.
Wood and Coal Inspector Peter Parker.
City Physician Dr. J. T. Strode.
Keeper of Alms House Mrs. S. Mills.
Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Rig- Sandy A
l'omcroy Piu'kct Company.
JOHN KYLE, Presldont.
. Lewis Glenst, Secretory and Treasurer.
C. ami O. R. R. PACKETS
For Huntington, INnneroy.iiutl nil way
TELEGRAPH, Moud's nnd Thursdays 5 p. m.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Frldnys, 5 p. m.
BOSTONA.Wednesdays and Saturdays, 5 p.m.
Portsmouth. all Mull and Way Laudlugs.
BONANZA, TuesdaysThursdays Sat'ys, 12 m.
Maysvillo, All Mall and Way Landings.
MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Leavo Cincinnati -1:30 a. m. Maysvillo. 1 1. m.
r rei&ni receiveu on
C.M. HOLLO WAY.
DAILY NTAGE LINE.
towrr Blue I.icka to Maysvillo Daily.
Leave Blue Licks at 5 o'clock a. m., and re
turning will leave Maysville
nt 2:.'tll n. m. Dnrwl afnuaa ntnl
careful drivers. JOSEPH HTBRu
W ANTED A good tinner. Apply to
JZIUIW .UKW K AtiLitiJN.
LEFT tho 13th my son Henry
aged twelve years. Any ono Informing
moot his whereabouts will oblige his father.
J2Jdlt HENRY MERGAKD.
tut RENT A house containing two good
rooms and a kitchen. Wntcr lurnlslipil.
Also a large yaid. Apply to
10d hv; FRANK DEVINE.
J70K RENT Thirty acres of Clover ready
? to mow. Apply ut once to
S. N. NEWELL,
18d2twl nt Newell A Henry's, Miuket St.
JOR REN'!5 A two story frame house lit
; Clifton containing live rooms and kitchen
with stable, bus:gy house nil necessary out
buildings. Apply to Ed. Leonard, or to
J13dtf THIS OFFICE.
170R SALE Two uood counters, suitable
; for any kind of business. Applv to
ildlw LOUIS .MILLER.
Lo.vr A pair of flamed spectacles In
leather ca-e. Please return to thli olllce
aud be. generously rewarded. lodlw
J70UND Neur Orangeburg, discharge
pers of Araham Boweu 110111 the uuny'
JlOdlw Applyat THIS OFFICE.
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"HrE will otrerat Public Sale on Tuevlay,
June 20th, at two o'clock, p. in., utour
Carriage Factory, a Trotting Sulky, the property
ot Frank Camden. It will be. -old to pay
for the repairs. Wl LSON & DIETRICH .
FOR 1'UltITY AND STRENGTH
TREASURE BAKING POWDER.
Every can guaranteed and for .-ale by all grocers.
E. R. WEBSTER & CO.,
J7d2w Cluelunntl, Ohio.
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Stock
Domestic Goodtof the lateststyles.
prices reaonable and work the bet. airily
We offer, commencing this week,
great bargains in WHITE GOODS,
LACES, &c. Checked Nainsooks
at 10, 12 1-2, 16, 20 and 25c. a yard.
India Linens at 10, 12 1-2, in, 20, 25
and 30o. per yard. Figured
at 12 1-2, 10 2-3, 20, 25 and 30c.
per yard. Lace Striped Piques at
15, 20 and 25c. per yard. Large
stock of Laces at very LOW prices.
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.,
No. 24, Market Street.
JAS. S. REDMOND.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
run- inil.imiuiiuou ol Kidneys, L,iver ami
Uiiddei lirn i 'lut depots, and Diabetes,
Roasts 1 tin.- 1 nnnry
runs: Tnip.il Live' indlswtou. l&
sourStomi'" n.Mout iTi'siCui
36 Do r.c w fni' - r . jJ' Cures Gout,
31.00. .' m. .- ,m ' HliPinn:Ulsm OI
the Joints. Vomit.
ln?. f iiiluiiuintion ol
&fe '' tho Urethra. ASpechlofoi
Clnn.i 111 til.. UI'irMur! I.llCOD
armw l.n...i liu.,iv..u ,if tlin Prostatl
Gland, Hrljjht's Dlsooseoi the Kldncya
s J. T. LEE, Cinclnnnti, O
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
JOSEPH H.DODSON will remove his grain
business, on the 1st of July, from the present
stand on Sutton street, where ho has been
engaged the past ten years, to the grnugo
warehouse, corner of Hecond aud Wall streets
opposite Daulton's stnblo, where it will bo
conducted by his successors, DODSON & FRA-ZEE.
The new firm will continue the Grain,
Leaf Tobacco nnd Coal business In all of lis
brauches and keep on hand the best grades of
Pomeroy, uud Raymond City
Kanawhaand Blacksmith coal. Ofllcos: cor
ner of Wall and Second and coal olllce and
yard Front street ubove lower grado.
Jfdlm DODSOX k FRAZEE.