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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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A goodly host of friends wcro there,
With muslo soft and low,
To welcorao bnck to private life
Our honored " Uncle Roo."
Wo hope ho'll live a thousaud years,
Ills shadow keep the same,
And when tho Reaper comes, he'll And
His life Is Ireo from blame.
Notice to Subscribers.
Tho delivery of tho Daily Bulletin,
in Maysville, beginning July 1st, will be
entrusted to Mr. William Austin, who
will see that its patrons are promptly
served with tho paper. Tho subscription
prico will bo considered duo each week
and will bo collected by him every Monday
New potatoes aro sold this week at 30
cents a peck.
Miss Susan Meadows and Mr. George
Boots, bound for Aberdeen, arrived I y
the train this morning.
Col. F. H. Bierbower, who was taken
suddenly ill on Saturday, we are pleased
to notice, is out again to-day.
The contract of building tho ico factory
has been awarded to Messrs. Lane
"Worrick, who will begin tho work immediately,
and put it up as rapidly as
Rev. H. D. Rice will manage the
camp meeting which begins at Britting-ham's
grove, in Adams county, August
7th, and continues over tho following
About five thousand bushels of new
wheat from .Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois
and Missouri were received at
Chicago on Saturday. Some of it was
sold at $1 a bushel.
Messrs. Pollitt & Co. ore running a
daily stago lino to Esculapia Springs,
leaving thi3 city at ono o'clock p. m. and
arriving at tho Springs in timo for supper.
The faro is only $2.
There will bo a picnic at Esculapia
Springs, on Wednesday, inst.
stago ill leave Maysville on that
day at six o'clock a. m. and will arrive at
tho Springs about three and a half hours
I offer for sale my book and stationery
business, stock fixtures and all complete.
Thi3 is a rapidly increasing and profitable
business and is a raro chance for any
one. For terms and reasons for selling
apply to Fkank R. Phister.
The Morning Call knows a man forty-three
years old who has never used an
oath in his life, never chowed tobacco,
smoked a cigar, nor tasted a drop of liquor.
Of course ho belongs to the newspaper
fraternity. What do you think of
us, anyhow ?
Mr. Isaac Morford, an old and well
known citizen, died on Sunday evening
at half past nine o'clock. The funeral
will take place this afternoon at
two o'clock p. m., from hia late residonce
on Plum street. Services by Rev. M.
Over and above the regular circulation
of tho Daily Bulletin seven hundred
and one copies were sold last week at tho
trains and boats by ono carrier. Tho
New Republican will see from this whore
tho extra six hundred added to the Bulletin's
circulation comes from.
The banks of this city will hereafter
receive tho trade dollar at only eighty-five
conts, which is its bullion value.
The trado dollar is now only redeemed
by tho Government as bullion, and tho
prico fixed by tho banks is what is re
ceived 6y them at Washington.
A Rising Artist.
In Morrison & Kackley's window may
bo seen a very correct and life-like portra.it
of Mr. Geo. W. Rogers, of this city. It i
executed in crayon and India ink and is
tho work of Mrs. Jennio Whitaker. Sho
is a Maysville lady and hor many friends
hero aro very proud of her success.
Samuel Bulger has been surrendered
to tho Kentucky officers by tho authorities
of Ohio, and is now in jnil at Lexington,
whore ho was taken to-day by
Sheriff Perry Joflorson and Deputy
Sheriff Dan Porrine, Ho was brought to
Higginsport yesterday, and was taken to
Covington on tho Bostona, and to Lexington
The Kentucky Central Railroad
publishes official notice that on
and after to-day its Knoxvillo extension
is open for freight and passenger traffic
from Paris to Richmond. This enterprise
opens up to our business and tra
public a now and rich Hold, giving to
our business pooplo especially fine opportunities
and advantages. It opens
up a region horotoforo foreign to us, and
bringsusasa market, nearor than Cincinnati,
at least. Tho commercial tourists
of Maysville should bo wise' in time.
Mr. Abe Colyin returnod to Peoria, 111.,
"Hon. J. "W. Eylar, of West Union, 0.,
is in tho city.
Master Gay Strode is visiting his relatives
at Winchester, Ky.
Mrs. Wm. Bendel, of Newport, Ky., is
visiting relatives in Maysville.
Miss McDowell, of Mt. Olivet, is visiting
Mrs. Sarah McDowell, of this city.
Mr. Sam Howard , of Dover, was in
Maysville to-day, and favored the Bulletin
with a call
Messrs. Wm. Ilickey and Thomas
who have been attending school in
Pennsylvania, aro at home.
Miss Alice Lloyd, of Germantown, and
Miss Julia Lloyd, of Chatham, aro the
guests of Mr. W. W. Holton.
Messrs. Wm. Dunn and Wm. Conlev,
ot Richmond, Ky., are spending a few
days with their parents in this city.
Dr. W. M. Pollitt and family, of
were visiting 'Squire Pollitt,
of East Maysville, Saturday and Sunday,
Mr. John S. Jones has been appointed
Clerk of tho Steamer Ohio. He will not
go to Blue Lick Springs this season as
Mr. Cliff. Walker has resigned the
agency of the White Collar lino of
steamers at Ironton, and will engage in
business for himself at Augusta.
Mrs. Dr. Anthony, formerly of this
city, and now a resilient of Arkansas,
with her niece, Miss Sue L. Tebbs, are
tho guests of the family of Mr. S. S. Miner.
Misses Tlllio and Grace Greenwood
left Saturday by the Steamer Andes to
visit friends at Clifton and Kanawha,
W. Va. They will be absent several
There were no commencement exercises
at tho Academy of the Visitation
this season, but there was an exhibition
of the art productions of the pupils that
attracted much attention. The paintings
nnd drawings especially were good and
showed in many cases evidence of considerable
.talent, and of careful instruction
by the teachers. The following weie
particularly admired :
Miss Hattie painting, (20x31),
WhltoMouutnlns; Snow Sceues; S)nte
top painted In oil ; Apple Blossoms:
Fruit, Pastel painting, subleot, Perry's Victory
on Lake Erie: .Landscapes In water
colors Sheep In the Barn, Sheep In the Water;
Face painted In India Iult on White
Silk; Blaek Crayons Tho Trapper's Last
Shot. Tidies, painted lu water colors on
white silk ; Tidy painted on scarlet satin;;
White Silk Cravat, painted; Holly Wood
Fan; Hook Marks; Card Hoard Palette; Seven
Curd Hoard Panels, painted lu water colors,
Miss Besto Morgan Hlaolr Crayons, The
Pot Fawns; My Pets, (squirrels),
Drawing. Lost In the Snow; Water Color
Paintings, Half Wreoth Apple Blosom;
Pansles, otc. Holly Wood Funs; pal. tt ,
Dog and Cat; Three Cook Marks; Thieu
Panels; all painted In water colors.
"Miss Tina Bledsoe Pastel painting, subject,.
Snow Scene: Black Crayons, Squirrels; Donkey
and Children ; Paintings lu water color,
Autumn Leaves; Book of Kosos; Group of
Pansles; Holly Wood Fans uud three Pan
els pointed In water colors.
Miss Lilly Thomas-Pastel paintings. Water
Fall; Mill; Church fsuow scene); Cam
Bnanl Panels In peucll.
Miss Louise Sadler. Miss nna Hord. Mls
KntleRledoe, MKs Mary Mnllov, Miss Lizzie
Cox, Miss Porter Durrett and Miss Mary Con-ley
weroeach credltablv represented.
"Black Bearded Wheat."
Wo have been shown by Prof. C.
J. Hall, of tins city, somo heads of a new
variety of wheat introduced into this
country from Australia in 1876. The
wheat was grown in Eastern Virginia,
and yielded over fifty bushels to the
acre. It is known as the "black bearded
Centennial wheat." Under favorable
circumstances it is thought it would
produce from GO to 70 bushels per acre.
Tho weight is 03 pounds to tho bushel.
Mr. Hall thinks he will be able to have a
small quantity for sale, and will in a few
days announce prices, otc. Thero are
not a hundred bushels of the wheat for
s do in tho United States ; the lot he expects
to sell having been engaged twelve
months ago, tho demand having been i o
great that later application would have
failed to secure it.
Ho! For Ripley!
Tho Knights of Pythias of Maysville
and Aberdeen Lodges, have chartered
tho new and magnificent Steamer G. W.
Thompson, and will go to Ripley, Ohio,
on tho Fourth of July. They will leave
hero promptly at 8 o'clock a. in,
Haucke's band has been engaged, and
will furnish tho music. Tho public is
cordially invited. Fare, fifty cents, round
There will bo a meeting of tho Knights
at their Castle Hall to-night at 7:30
o'clock, to hear a report from tho Committee
of arrangements, and attend to
other important business.
Compliment to tho Retiring Postmaster.
Col. J. M. Stockton, who has just retired
as postmaster of Maysville, after a
career of twenty-two years, on Saturday
ovening, was honored with a serenade
by Haucke's band, Col. Stockton acknowledged
tho honor done him in a few
feeling remarks and was loudly cheered
by tho largo gathering of his friond3 present.
Ho has been ono of tho best and
mo3t obliging officials tho city has ever
had and will carry with him into privato
life tho jjood opinion and best wishes of
tho entire community.
Maysville, July 2, 1883.
Joseph Heistt Post G. A. R., hereafter
meets twice every month, the second, and
G. W. Chambers, Adj't.
The Adelphian banquet given on last
Friday ovening by tho members of that
mystic circle at the temple, was a highly
enjoyable occasion to all tho members
present. Toasts and speeches were the
order of tho evening and they were
pleasantly sandwiched with lively longs
Mr. Peter P. Parker gracefully presided
as toast-master. Tho following
was the programmo :
Salutatory Thos. R. Phister.
"Tho Adelphluu," , M. F. Marsh.
"Wine, Woman and Song," ('. L. Sallee.
" A Dieatn of Love," .' John Duley.
" Zoulhuuatades" An original poem,
L. W. Gaibralth.
" Woman, the Problem ot the Ages"
"The Kitchen Belle-," John T. Parker.
"Comineice, tho Uulllerof Man,"
B. F. Thomas.
The Law," Thos. K. Phister
"Old Kentucky Home, the Dearest Spot cm
Earth I ts. Threlkeld
"The World on la. FHuzeiald.
" Law nnd order versus Judge Lyneh,"
C. D. Newell.
" Patriotism, the Hope ot our Con ' ry.
.John CO n ii o i in
"Our Sweethearts The Stius tn.U dime
Through the Darkness of Life,"
"The Almighty Dollar," L. SV. Galbialtl .
Valedictory . L. Stiller.
Many of the speeches wore overflowing
with happy political and historical allusions
and were clothed in as chaste and
beautiful language as ever Grecian or
Roman story wa3 told. A fter the exercises
the circle formallv adjourned till October.
A novel fo:.tureof theeVfiiing was ere ding
the "court of king Comus, " and conferring
of the knightly degrees upon six
members who had been found " tried and
true." Tho circle may now be regarded
as one of the fixed institutions of the
city, and we predict for it a successful
and. glorious career.
The Pennsylvania floods are producim
great havoc among tlic mines.
CO I'M 1 L'yl.M.s.
HILLSUALK, BllACKEN COUNTY.
Harvest has begun.
A very hard tain on June Huui.
We are glad to uotethe Inipiovv meut In the
health of Mrs. Amanda Void. Sue uus
Mrs. Ann Shepherd qu w til
lung dllllculty, but Usnu.e nriier nv.
MNs GertleGregg, and Miss Jcuute Hatiso
aie visiting relative here.
The 11 tie folks had a pleasant gathering m
the parsonage mi the 27th.
Hev. J. F. Browne Is pieuculngoccsiouully
Miss Laura A. Mains, evanjells , of Mleh
gan, Is here nnd will probably stay aim
pieach a lew time-!.
Advertisements lusened under this heading
10c per Hue lor each Insertion.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
New style lace curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, shade fixtures, ifcc, at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Linen and Mohair ulsters, large lot,
also Jap parasols lo cents each, tu Hunt
Book Bindery. Persons desiring book
binding will leave it at any of the book
stores. j21d2v H. H. Cox.
Wanted A white girl to cook, wash
and iron for a small family in East Maysville.
Apply at this office. j'27dtf
Excursionists, get your accident insurance
ticket before you leave. It costs
but 25 ceuts a day for a S3,000 ticket.
M. F. Marsh, Agent.
Maysville Literary Institute.
The next session of this school will
commence on the first Monday in Sej
18S3. For terms, etc., apply to
the principal. j25dlw C. J. Hall.
For Rest. Three large rooms, corner
of Limestone and Fourth streets to a
family with no children. Water supply
included, rent SS.00 per month. Apply
to j2od I. M. Lane.
Ayeu's Sarsaparilla operates radically
upon and through the blood, and is a
safe, reliable, and absolute cure for the
various diseases, complaints and disorders
duo to debility, or to any constitutional
taint or infection.
In no other medicinal preparation have
the results of the most intelligent study
and scientific inquiry been so steadily
and progressively utilized as in Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. It leads the list as a truly
scientific preparation for all blood diseases.
No injurious effects can follow the use
of Ayer's Ague Cure in the treatment of
malarial diseases. It contains, beside a
specific and unfailing antidote for miasmatic
poison, other remedial agents which
unite to expel the poisonous humors,
puiify tho system, and leave it in a
healthy and reinvigorated condition.
Mght Class in German.
Tho undersigned will give lessons in
German three nights in each week, for
ton weeks, beginning July 2d, provided
a class of ton bo formed, who will enter
for the full term, nnd pay one-half in advance.
Instruction given in other studies if
desired. Terms for ton weeks, $12,
j'30wl O. J. Hall.
Avoid by all means the use of calomel
for blllious complaints. Ayer's Cathartic
Pills, compounded entirely of vegetable
ingredients, have been tested for forty
years, and acknowledged to be tho best
remedy ever devised for torpidity of tho
liver, costiveness and all derangements
of the digestive nparatus.
To Buyers of Clothing.
I take this method of informing my
friends in Maysville and vicinity that I
am now with C. R. Mabley & Co. The
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders for suits, goods &c.,sent in my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will be sent on approval to responsible
parties otherwise C. O. D.
Goods will be exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fine dress
suits to hire for balls, weddings, &c.
N. B. Marsh,
With C. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O.
Trade Dollars Good (or EighfyFtve
Commercial Gazette, Cincinnati, July 1.
A meetim: of representatives of National
and private banks was hold
and it was resolved not to nccept
the trade dollar for more than eighty-live
pen's. This nction was considered
necessary on account of the war made
upon the illegal dollar in the East; and
to protect the customers at home. Tradesmen
also refused to accept the coin for
more than cents, and the war
a: 'inst the illegal coinage mav be considered
fairly on. This will "probably
have a tendency to compel the Government
to redeem the trade dollars, and
coin them over again into standard dollars.
CITY AX I) COUNTY D1UECT0K.
Courts CI r en it i'onrt.
Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Curran.
Sheriff Perry Jefferson.
f Dan Perrlue.
Deputies Chan Jeller.son.
t. J. . Alexauder.
Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald.
Tuesday utter second Monday In Jauuarj,
vprll. July and October In each year.
JutUe Win. P. Coons.
'uiity Attorney j. L. Whitaker.
Clerk-W. W. Ball.
Second M- nday c each mouth.
Tuesday ntter secom. Monday In March,
l nne, und December in each year.
Maysville, No. l.-W. H. Pollitt and J. L.
vJrant, rit.t mid thlid Tuesdays In March.
June, September tiud December
Maysville, No. 2.-M. F. Mar!i and W. L.
Holton, Hist Saturday and fourth Tuesday,
Dover, No. 3 A. A. Gibbon nnd A. F.
first and third Wednesday, same
Minerva. No. -i-O. N. Weaver and J. H.
Watson, tlmt and third Tuesdays, same
Germantown, No.5 S. F. Pollock nnd Jas.
Fegau, Hrs i and - thlid Satu.days, sanu
fcnidls, No. 0-J. M. Bnllnud J. W. TUton.
second und fourth Saturdays, frame months.
Mayslick, No. 7-C. W. Williams nnd J. b.
Raymond, second and tourth Fridays, same
Lewlsburg, No. 8 J. M. Alexander n'id
Abner Hord, second nnd fourih Thursdays,
Orangeburg, No. 9 W. D. Coryell nud W.J.
Tullv. tlrs t Saturday nud Inst Monday, same
Washington, No. 10 John Ryan aud Jnme1
Smlthers, fourth Tuesday aud third Wednesday,
Mnrphysvllle, No. 11 Lewis Jefferson and
E. L. Gault, fourth Monday aud third Thursday,
Fern Leaf, No. 12-S. E. Mastln and J. B.
Burgess, second aud fourth Saturdays, same
Maysville, No. 1-J. P. Wallace.
Maysville, No. 2-W. L. Morau.
Dover, No. 8-W. B. McMillau.
Minerva, No. i James Runyou.
Germantowu, No. 5 Isaac Woodward.
Sardis, No 0-J. A. Collins.
Muyhllck, No. 7 Thomas Murphy.
Lewlsburg, No. 8-S. M. Strode.
Orangeburg, No. 9- Thomas Hise.
Washington, No. 10 James Gault.
Mnrphysvllle. No. 11 W. R. Piuther.
Fern Leaf No. 12-B. W. Wood.
Society Meetings Masonic.
Confidence Lodge, .No. 52, first Monday o?
Mason Lodge, No. 342, third Monday of each
Maysville, Chapter, No.9,second Monday oi
Maysville Commaudery, No. 10, fourtL
Monday of each mouth.
I. O. O. F.
Plsgah Encampmeut, No. 9, second and
tourui Mondays In each mouths at 7 o'clock.
DeKnlb Lodge, No. 12, Tuesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
Rluggold. No. 27, Wednesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
KnlulitH of Honor.
The first and third Tuesday of each mouth.
Lodge room on Sutton street.
it. or i.
Llmestoue Lodge. No. 86, Friday ulght ol
I. O. W. 91.
Wednesday night each week.nt their hall ou
Sodality II. V. 91.
Second and fourth Sundays In each month,
at their ballon Limestone street.
Father Mntliow T. A. S.
First Sunday in each mouth, at their hnll ou
Nt. l'ntrivlt'H lti'iiovoleut Society,
Second Sunday In each mouth, nt their Hall
Cigar Makers' Union. ,
First Tuesday night In each month.
Monday ulght ot each week.
K. C. R. R., arrives at 9:30 a. m. and 8:15 p.
in. Departs at 3M3 a. m. nud 12 m.
Bonanza, down Momta.v, Wednesday and
Fridays at u p. m. Up Tuesday, Thursday nud
Saturday at & p. m.
Tho Bonrd of Council meets the first
evening lu each mouth.
Mayor Horace January.
President L. Ed. Pearce.
First Ward-Fied. Bendel, A. A. Wads-worth,
L, Ed, Pearce.
Second aid Dr. G. W. Martin, Thomas J.
Ohenoweth, M, C. Hutchlus.
Third Ward-Matt. Peurce.E. W. Fitzgerald.
Fourth J. P. Phister, B. A.
Johu W. Alexander.
Fifth B. Mathews, James Hall,
Treasurer and Collector E. E. Pearce.
Clerk Harry Taylor.
Marshal James Redmond.
Whnrfmnster Robert Flcklln.
Wood and Coal Inspector Peter Parker.
City Physician Dr. J. T. Strode
Keeper of Alms House Mrs. 8. Mills.
RETAIL JIAREET. .'
Corrected dally by. O. W. Qkibkl, grocer,
Socoud streeti Maysville, Ky.
Limestone .'. I 7 00
Maysville Family 6 25
Old Gold 7 00
Mason County 6 25
Kentucky Mills 8 00
Butter, Tfi m 15S20
Lard, ? 15
Eggs, $ doz 15
Mealty peck 20
Molnsses, fancy 75
Coal Oil, $ gal. 20
Sugar, grauulnted V R H
" yellowlflm 8(jJ9
Hams, sugar cured "$ tt 15
Bacon, breakfast "d !t 15
Hominy, "t) gallon 20
Beans gallon -11
Potatoes V peck, new dQ
Mii.VNVillo mid 31 1. i'nriuvl.
Dallv line Leaves Mt. Carmel nt 6 a. m.
arrives at MayhVlllo nt 9:"0a. in., nnd returns
ai2:U0). m. Leave orders at W. A. P. Lur-
teyjs. Second St. J.J. McCAKTHEV.
Mu.vsvlllo and llurloiivillv.
Til-weekly line Tuesday, Thursday and
otunla.. Leave Burtonvllle at 1) a. in. Returning,
leaves Maysville at 2:i p. in. Ordeis
should beleit nt Yuncey fc Alexander's livery
stable. S. E. POLLITT.
JIiijHVille mid .lit. Olivet.
Anlvesat 10 n. m. l.euves ot
2p in. Leave orders at Yancey .t Alexanders
llveiy stable. R. H. POLLITT, Prop'r.
I.Mrir nine I.lcks lo Maysville Dally.
Leave Blue Licks nt 5 o'clock a. in., nnd returning
will leave Maysville
at 2:00 p. ni. Good stages and ,ZS&su3l
caieful drivers. JOSEPH H.'liHuWST
Vaiicoliiirtr. Koino, Concord. .Manehes
tcr and jluyNvllIc Dully 1'ackct,
IIANO Y ..BnucE Redden, Capt.
Leves Vanceburc dnll.v at
5 o'clock a.m. forMaysvllle.
'Leaves Mnvsvllle 1:30 n. in.
Connects at Manchester with stage for west
Uulou. For freight or passage npplyou bonrd.
Cincinnati, I'ortNinontli, Illur Suiitly A
l'omcroy i'acKet Company.
JOHN KYLE, President.
Lewis Glenn, Secietnry nnd Trensurer.
C. mill 0. 11. It. PACKETS
For IImitiiiKton,Ioineroy,Hiiil all way
TELEGRAPH, Motid'snudThursdnys5 p. in.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays nnd Fridays, 5 p. m.
BOSTONA, Wednesdnys nnd Saturdays. 5 p.m.
Portsmouth. nil Mall and Way Landings.
BONANZA, Tuesdays.Tliursdays Sut'ys, 12m.
Maysville. All Mull and Way Laudlugs.
MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Leave Clucluuatl 1:30 n. m. Maysville, I j). in.
.' Fielght received on wharf-
OBli&J boat. CM. HOLLOWAY.
THROrGH TO PARKERSBUP.G,
Thuisduys, Fildays and Saturdays Memnprs
Ilostona, I'loetiroud anil Telegraph.
THROUGH TO PITTSBURG,
Every Kuuday The regulnr weekly packet
These boats oie all first-class, and we solicit
the patiouage ot the public at low rates.
C. M. HOLLOWAY, Superintendent.
TrAXTi:i A pair of plat-
form scales, HIUGINS A CO.,
ltd . Mt. Gllead, Ky.
M AXTKO A good tinner. Apply to
J.miw tu.MiW iX Alilihi..
7K NA.I.K Two good counters, suitable
? for any kind ot business. Apply to
ovr a pulr of eye glasses, gold frames,
j DePvernt J28lf THIS OFFICE.
L O.ST Bnck ol the new Jail bulldlug or
between Sutton street Mil. or on Court to
.-second lo Mrs. Collin's mlllliierv store, a nalr
of gold spectacles. The fluder will lecelve a
liberal reward by returning same to
J22dlw THIS OFFICE.
P A.HSTTI2STG !
ruin prepared to paint Buggies nnd
of all kinds on mote reasonable terms
than any other painter In tho cltv will otter.
I guarantee my work to bo first class. Leave
orders at Ball, Mitchell A Co.'s.
JyldSm C. H. DEAL.
S DYSPEPSIA -AND-
TXJ. Iiiilestioii Care
has never failed to relieve and CURE any
case of Indlgostlon or Dyspepsia. Try It. For
sale by GEORGE T. WOOD,
Je30d&w4m Maysville, Ky.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS I
In want of building lumber,
fencing or shingles will llud it to the
to address us at Vniiceburg, Ky., or H,
C. Biukley, Maysville, Ky. Wo have something
tnndofiom yellow poplar with square butl,
equal to Michigan pine at much less price.
Shingles kept ou hand and for sale by Collins,
Rudy & Co., and II. C. Bnrkley, Maysville,
Ky., at mill prices.
J2Udlni LEWIS COUNTY LUMBER CO.
Is pleasant to take mid will euro any case of
Catarrh. For sale by
JyldJkwlm GEORGE T. WOOD.
WILL offer nt public snle on Tliurwlny,
I July (Stti, on the premises, n house nud
lot on Second street, now occupied uy Dr. M.
F. Adnmson. The houso contains eight
rooms with kitchen, pantry nud wash house.
The lot is sixty feet wide and ono hundred aud
eighteen feet lu depth. Terms made known
on day of sale. Sale at 2 o'clock p. m.
J29dU JOHN U. A DAMSON.