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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY MARCH 14,l885!
Ci.i:vHi..Ni)8iiyH ho proposes to givo
each cabinet ofllcer absolute jurisdiction
in his own department.
John Kkixv wants the Collectorship of
thopoitof New Vork ; but Tammany is
not pressing any man for appointment.
Tub Illinois Legislature has taken six
hallotd for Senator, tho last vote standing
Morrison, 100; Logan, 100; Washburn, 1.
It is reported lit Lexington that James
Blackburn, brother of Senator Black-bum,
is to bo mttdo Collector for that
It is announced from "Washington that
E. II. Butler, editor of tho Buffalo Evening
News, has been offered tho oflieo of
Hon. McCla.nahan, the present
Representative from Bracken County in
tho Legislature, has declined to bo a candidate
SkxatokSiiui:ma.v, of Ohio, thinks tho
East is too strong in the finance committee
of tho Senate, and lie wants to bo
taken off the committee.
Skcuktaky Manning has appointed
Eugene Iliggins, of Maryland, chief of
tho nppointment division of tho Treasury
Department, in place of Trevitt, of
New York, resigned.
Tui! Department of Justice has received
n check for $20,000, through tho New
York Treasury, from a former clerk of
the United States Court, in that State,
tho same being for fees withheld.
Thk Vanceburg Courier says that during
Mr. Arthur's administration Lewis
county received $11,000 from tho Government
in tho shape of salaries paid its
citizens wiio held Federal offices.
Thk news from Afghanistan of tho
concentration and advance of Russian
troops is unmistakably warlike. It is
clear, also, that tho purpose of England
is to fight on tho frontier of Afghanistan
for empire in Asia.
W. E. Buown, cancer doctor, of North
Adams, Mass., has been called to examine
General Grant, but tho hitter's present
physicians will not allow him to
prescribe unless they bo first informed of
tho nnturo of his remedies, which Dr. B.
will not concede.
Thk Washington correspondent of the
Courier-Journal telegraphs: "Tho Republicans
are happy. Tho President has
been in ollico over n week, and only four
appointments have been made. This is
encouraging to the boys on the inside
They have great hopes now that they
will be retained in
J. II. Itootcn.
Noitni FoitK, Ky., March 111, 1S85.
JCditor liiilletin: The following from
your Millwood correspondent, who is not
a citizen of this county, is calculated to
do Mr. James II. Ronton injustice:
" Mr. James 15. Ronton will get two or
three votes in this place at the piimary
election nr'convention, should lie remain
on the track, to represent this county."
Mr. Rooteu will most certainly remain
on the tr.uk until tho question of candidacy
is settled by a primary election,
and ho and his friends have every confidence
that ho will carry his (this precinct)
by a handsome majority. Respectfully,
Why He Didn't Fall.
Wall Htreet News.
Last spring an Indiana man started a
bank in a town in Dakota, and about
tho 1st of October, having secured deposits
to tho extent of $23,000. n notice w.is
one mnrnius posted on the doors of the
"Temporarily dosed. Hopo to pay
depositors in full."
The banker wanted to test the temper
of the public peevious to a big scoop, In
tho course of half an hour tho doors were
kicked in, tho adieu gutted, tho banker
stepped on until ho was seventeen feet
long and only two inches thick, uud the
chap who hold a revolver to his ear jovially
' Now. then, my friend, wo givo you
just live minutes to oulock that safe and
count out tho slugs to depositors in full."
Depositors were paid in full .and the
banker lias come East in search of moio
Expenses of ti Family of Nino.
Loiter In Chicago News.
The following table bIiows the actual
cost of food, fuel and literature for a family
of nine persons of good appetites,
for one year, ending December 0, 18S4.
the family referred to consists of myself
and wife, daughters aged respectively 11,
17 and 10 years, and sons iiged respectively
1, 5, 7 and 15 years:
Groceries 835'.! 11
Klour, six imnolx, 3u no
Meat 13! CO
Mine :w co
toiiH 8a no
lliird coiil, four tons 'JO (XI
Lltoratun'(nowapupors and periodicals) 18 OH
Total. (lit 09
The outlay por wool; averaged about as
Groceries $ I 78
Klour , 7J
Meat 2 !A5
Coal 1 JKJ
Ltteruture(newspnpors and poilodlcalto. 3."
Total 12 SO
The grocery item includes tea, coffeo,
sugar, salt, spices, poppor, etc., as well as
vegetables and fruit, fresh and canned.
Tho account has been correctly kept, and
shows tho cost of what I call good liyingj
A CONDENSED ACCOUNT, HISTORICAL
Ilonorublu Tltlos, Ludicrous Appellations,
I)crlslo .Sobriquets, mill Tar-fetched
Klckiinin.ut Stntmuonts Concerning
Which Historians Differ.
A Quiuey, III., correspondent asks us to
"give Botiio i.ecount of tho nicknames by
which tho ("liferent states aro known. In
Do Voro's ' Americans" thoro Is an nccount
of this matter, from which wo condense, as
follows: Arkansas was nnmod tho Boar
stato, pronounced within its borders and
cUowhoro in the west, "Uar Stat," from tho
fact that in early timos, when tho namo was
given, boors abounded in that part of tho
Union. California is also termed tho Boar
stuto, but horo It is tho grizzly bear which
gives th. t amo, and appears in tho
coat of aim) of tho state, standing,
huge atid formidable, on a
railway track, symbolizing tho marvelous
growth of a stato which was, a fow yoar3
ago, a howling wilderness. Connecticut Ls
mown us tho Bluo law stuto, from tho
unenviable, lamo of its early government
regulations, known as tho Blue L.iws, It is
iKo known as tlio Freestono stato, from its
valuable quarrlo. It is turmoil, too, tto
N'titmeg statu, from tho famous speculation
in woodon spicos, imniortalizod by Sam
Slick, or, as a fncotious nalivo puts it,
you will lmvo to look for a grater."
Delaware Ls known as tho Him lion, from
tho notoriety one of her sons acipiirol during
tho war of tho revolution for his
for cock-fighting. Happily, ho was
famous, too, for his bravory, and for skill in
drilling his nun, so that tho latter became
mown as hLs "game cocks." lie held that
ao cock could be true garao that did not
:omo from n bluo hen, and this led to substituting
tho namo bluo hen chickens for tho
term game cocks. As tho wholo rogiment
bocamo famous through him, all Delaware
3ien wero nicknamed thus, and soon tho
Jesignatioti was trausferod to tho stato.
Florida is tho Gulf stato. a namo shared by
Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas.
Georgia is known as tho Cracker stato, a
namo she- does not dessrvo. Illinois is termed
tho 1'rairio stato, from its rolling fields of
grass. It is also known as the Sucker state,
x term whoso origin is thus: Tho western
prairies aro in many places full of holes mado
by the crawfish, which descond to tho water
beneath. In oarly times travolers going
ver thoo Immense plains providod themselves
with long hollow reeds, which, when
thirsty, thoy thrust into theo natural
artesian wolLs and supplied tlwir wants.
Thus they grow to be called suckers, and
Illinois got tho sobriquet.
Indiana is the Hoosler state. It is said
this namo aroso from the provorblul
of its citizens. It is alleged thoy
could not pas a houso without pulling the
latch-string and crying out, "'ho's hero!"
Iowa hoH adopted tho name of a famous Indian
chief, who was long a terror of all sot-tiers
'within her boundary linos, and is
known as tho Hawkoyo stato. Kansas appears
ns tho Squatter stato, from tho pertinacity
with which tquntter sovereignty was
discussed there. It is moro pleasantly called
tho Garden state, from tho vast garden liko
cultivntod fields and prairios which abound
in that fertilo region, Kentucky is tho Corn-Cracker
stato, from iU fields of maize. Louisiana
is tho Pelican state, that
bird being lrcqiiout on its shores,
and choson in its coat-of-arms. It is
also termed tho Creolo stntj from tho largo
iiumbor of its cltizoi who aro descendants of
tho original French and SpauUh settlors.
Massachusetts, oarly known as the Colony
of Massachusetts Hay, still continues to bo
tho Buy state, Maine, from her extensive
pino foroit, is called tho Pino Trou stuto.
From tho occupation thoo forests alt'ord it
l also known as tho Lumber stute.
Maryland bears the proud titlo of Old
Lino state liom the OKI Lino regiments sho
contributed to tho Continental army in tho
war of tho revolution tlio only stato that
had logular troojis of "tho lino." Michigan
appears as Wolverine state from tho
of littlo wolvos that usod to infest
its territory. From its four magnificent
lakes it also derives tho name
of Lako stato. Minnocota, largely settled
by Mow England jieople, is namod
tho Now England of tho west. Mississippi
is spoken of as tho Mudeat state, bocauso of
tho largo species of cat-fish abounding in tho
jwamps and mud of the rivers. Missouri,
tho Bullion state, took her name from one of
her sons, Thomas II. lien ton, who was a
itautich ad vocato of gold uud silver currency,
and himself bocumo known in con gross as
Old Bullion. Now Hampshire, from its
granite mountains, is known as tho Granite
itnto. Now York, onco named Now Amsterdam
under Dutch rule, and assuming its
present namo as an English colony, boars
tho proud titlo of Empire state, ns surpassing
ull others in wealth mid imputation. Its
motto, "Excelsior," on its coat of arms gives
it tho name Excelsior state. North Carolina,
from her immense pine forests, is
known as tho Turpentine state. Ohio owos
t j tho buctoyo tho namo of Buckeye stuto.
1'ennsylvuula is pi owl of tho namo of
Koytoiio stuto, dorlvod from tho fact of Its
being tho central stute at tho time when tho
Union was formed. Tho nuniosof tho states,
arranged in Iho form of an arch, according
to tholr geographical position, givo Pennsylvania
tlio cdntrnl plate, where tho keystone
would bo. Rhode inland, tlio smallest stato
in tlio Union, is oiten mimed Littlo Uiio ly.
Mouth Carolina owes hor name, Palmetto
titate, to tho valuable tree glowing on hor
shores, and symbolnd In her co.it of urms.
A palmetto is kept carefully growing
in tho stroets of Cliiulnstou and
tho Palmetto ting was 1 unions in
tho late war hy its connection with Fort
fiumter. Texas, onco u province of loxlco,
thon an independent republic, lore n single
star In its coat-of-arms, and being loft for
a time to struggle unaided, boenme honorably
known as tho Lono Star state.
from the ridge of mountains within
hor boundaries, is named tho Uioju Mountain
stato, Tlio namo Vermont was given
by tho French settlers. Virginia retains hor
name of Old Dominion, earned in tinio of
peril by her loyalty to Charles II. Wisconsin,
abounding in oarly days in badgers, retains
tho namo of Badger state.
I.crtsou la Kconnmy.
An Illinois philanthropist wishos to bonoflt
tho poor by teaching thorn to oat tholr broad
with tho buttered side down. Tho sonso of
tasto, ho assorts, is most acute on tho touguo,
and that a very smnll amount of butter is
satisfactory, if put in tho obviously right
The Cnttleiiicii Ordered to Viiruto mid tlin
ltoomers .-still IteHtlns.
Arkansas City, Kan., March 11 Capt,
Couch has sent tho following dispatch to
Kidney Clark and Gen. Weaver, tho colonists'
representatives at Washington.
"Thousands of men, women nnd childron
aro on tho way. Wo patiently await an investigation
by President Cleveland. Mniio
explanations to tho secretary of war to tlio
end of withdrawing troops.
Signed "W. L. Couch."
Tho boomors nrrested nud taken to Wichita
on Wednesday were released on giving
$:),000 bonds for their apjiearaiico nt tho
term of tho United States district
court. Tho boomers at onco returned to Arkansas
City. As thoro nro uo boomers who
participated in tho last movement hero to arrest,
Gen, Hatch will now havo to rosort to
military forco. Within tho noxt wcok it will
bo known whether his orders aro to tiro on
tho settlors or not.
Gen. Hatch has ordered Berry brothers to
vacate at onco their ranch which is on tho
Oklahoma lands. Tho cattlemen nro constantly
receiving dispatches from Washington
from parties who nro acting as their
agents. Thoy nro discouraged and know
that It Is now only a matter of tmio when
thoy will all havo to vacate Gon. Hatch received
his Hist messago from tho
of war Wednesday, and will in all probability
bo acting under his order. '
Tlio president and Secretary Lamar nro
now fully informed concerning tho Oklahoma
controversy, nnd tho repre&eututives of the
colonists will continue to push the question
und urgo that a decision lnvorablo to tho settlers
speedily bo reached.
Capt. Couch is in receipt of a letter from
Sidney Clark nuking them to movont once. In
with a reporter Capt. Couch said
ho did not wiMi to embarrass tho administration
by a hasty move, but on the other hand
if something was not soon done other colo
nists would start, and in justice to his followers
ho would also havo to move. Ho says
thei o aro about 500 claims now staked out iu
Oklahoma Most of them belong to members
of his colony, who aro anxious to got
there und commence putting in a crop.
DEATH FROM SMOKE.
Voting Mini Cigarettes and Dies
Washington, March 14. A son of ono of
;ho professors at Columbian university in this
it,y, dljtl suddenly. So xuddon was tho
that a party of young men, who had
'en invited by tho deceased to call ujion
ilin and play whist, kept their engagoment
mly to find their friend a corpse. It was
arned that tho deceased, who was employed
l "i'i patent oilice, hail been in tho habit of
n i A 3iag in jigaruttos excossivoly, and in-.ii,
. .o physicians held u consultation and
tha' this practice ha I exerci od
olfect uon tlio action of the heart,
. 1 i.ad hastened death. Annie
u' tno heni t was gi veil as tho primary
ai of dentil, which hud been increased by
,i in lulgenco of tho deceased in tho
of cigarette smoke. Everything pos-i.)H
wns done by tho physicians for their parent,
but ids constitution had been too sure',
undermined, and in his last days ho was up.
tble to rest quietly in bod, but maintained i
Frefih, Pithy, News Items Moiled Down for
the Hurried Header.
Tho Ohio is free from ice.
Tho Indiana legislature takes a three days'
Oldo nrchteologlcal and historical society
Rebecca Caldwell diod at 100, near Rush-ville,
Gidxm Renncr, sixty-four, of Lawrence-burg,
Postmaster Vilas lives in Blaine's Washington
Hnrrion, O,, will institute a lodge of
Knights of Pythias.
Sidd that Vilas' nomination was not well
received in the Semite.
II. H. Wiggins' furnituro factory, Cincinnati,
O., buineil. Loss $10,000.
Mrs. Elizabeth Boring, eighty-five, Hush-ville,
Ind., fatally burned by u grntc.
Tlio Hocking Valloy investigation has
hired a snail to hasten ita proceedings.
Tliurman denounces tho infamous Myers
bill for tlio rodistrlction of Columbus, O.
A. J. Beneridgo carries tho honors of D
Pnuw to tho Indiana state oratorical contest.
David K.nsiuan, Canton, O., embezzler,
comes buji: trom Pennsylvania on a requisition.
B. II. Campbell, school principal of
hid., has to pay 10 tor whipping a
Stato W. C. T. U. is convened at Tlfiln,
O. Miss Puli, of Cincinnati, is the presiding
Tho Cleveland Herald, which consolidated
witn th.' Leader, uus.buuk $J'J0,0d0 in tho last
t'v htocii j cars.
itiiiiiiltou, O., will build its court house of
Bi'iea stone. 1 will have rooms
uu t cost litto fury,
I'lii' Oaio supremo court will decide next
Tuesday whether slaughterers
Janic'j M. llaworth, ox-treasurer of Clinton
eon ivj , mid former Cincinnati business
iiuui, ill l in Now Mexico.
I'oiuiuutis, ind., jxdico aro hunting for
Louisa ikjgeis, tlid supposed joung
out man iSielmi.
Joe Howard, jealous of his wife und Bent
Muoie, tried to pistol tlio latter in a barber
iliop at ouiiiiuilvillf, lad,
ilepublium tbi eaten to black ball
Carl bchui and other bolters in case of their
nomination to toroiga courts'.
At lNow Salem, U,, ta,000 in livery stock
was with a tliundorbolul uirn, in-eluding
a ime team of hoires.
Thos. Hawiing, aged twenty, u;ar Indianapolis,
Ind,, will got $1W,0U0 trom England.
Ho has lived on narity for mouths.
tieii, blieridau has exceedingly simple
tastes nud habiU. When ho goes 10 a parly
ho pays most uttention to Ids own wife.
Dr. J. B. Gerurd and sons, of Aurora, Ind.,
report that any young man can get rich iu
Florida on small capital, raising oranges.
Two thousand miners at Coshocton, O.,
Indoibu tlio state convention's action iu fixing
tho Seventh district rate at sovonty
Gregg, tho greenbacker, says nearly ha
the wheat iu Ohio county, Ind,, is killed,
and that te.'idor small truit i ncurly all destroyed.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Latent OuotutloiM ol the Stoelt, J'roduco
and Cattle Markets.
New Youk, Maucii 1 J Money, 'J i'r cent,
Uxolmiigo stf.iJy. Oove ruiiieius steaily.
Alt. & Tent) ilntite 2 Pi Morris .1 Ussex ., .h!04
Diir. A, Quiuey U l'ueiiio . W'S
C'uimda 1'uiillo N. Y. & line . 13.
Canada Soutnerii Si" N. Y. Central .... . 0U',i
Central l'ncillu , Northwestern ... . 0
Chicago & Alton m l'aelllo Mull
C.,C, O. &I. ... 33 Kock Island Wo
Del. & Hudson Tit St. l'uul
Del. Luck, it W.. io?i bt. 1. AS. C IVt? ' '
Illinois Centrul , . do preferred .., Ma
Jersey Central .. Texfts& l'aelllo.., "I
Kansas A; Texas. U. Paclilo 47'i
uiKOttmire in i West. Union ....
Louisville A: Nash.. SI1, Nash. & Chatt .,
Cincinnati, March $1,003
i.50; family, $.U34.1H).
WHEAT No. 2 red. 8d$7o; No. 8, SOSIe.
COHN No. 2 mixed, 45i15jO; No. white,
KYE No. 2, tire.
5G3(18c; fall, (K3S3c.
1'OKK Family, 12.50ail2.".'i regular, 813.00
BACON Shoulders, 513oi short clear sides,
choice Ohio, OJJlOJJc; Now
York, 12!&:; Northwestern, 7,fpSc.
POULTHY Fair chickens, Si.SO'W.OO; prime,
83.25SS3.W; ducks. 2.75 $3.73; Kcose, SJ.OO,
6.00 per do..; Iho turkeys, lOjjGjllc; dressed. VJtf
HAY-No. 1 timothy, $12.5013.00; No. 2, S11.S0
12.00; mixed. 810.00 ijdl.OJ; wheat and ryo
straw, $fl.iHK7.00; oats stiaw. 87.00jSS,oo.
NkwYoiik, March 13. WHEAT No. 1 white,
90o; No. a ted, lWdftUle.
COItN Mixed western. filMc; futures,
&0($M'.,c. Oats Western. 3SUo.
Nkw Oiii.eanh, March 13. SUOAH Ueflnlng,
common, 44c; inferior, :wj'l',e; choice white,
6Jhe; oil white, 6'4c; choice yellow, 6,l'i5',c.
MOLASSES Good fair, pritim, 31 'V.Wc;
choice, 44c; centrifugal prime, 2.Vj,Uc; talr, 20 p
DETnoiT, MoichlS. WHEAT No. I white,
Ra)c; No. 3 red, 7tIo; Michigan sort led,
T.olkdo, Murch 13 WHEAT No. 2, ttUo; No. 2
Cincinnati, March 13. CATTLE- (iood to choice
huichers, $IXJ,Z W; fair, $4.23'i.o0; common,
82 0O(j3.ou; stiK'kers and feeders, $3.7j($4.30;
jeurlliiK'S uud calves, $2.503.23.
butchers, 84.0033.10; fair to
Rood packing, i.U)($..uu; fair to good lteht. 81.50
(43.00; common, $:i.s5U.30; cults, $.1.00J3.75.
SHEEP Coininon to fair. S2.(i03.25; good to
choice, 83.MX4.50; weathers, 81.l 93,00. Lamb
Common, SJ.OOiH 00 ; o 1,81.23(53.00.
Chicago, Mnrch 13. Fair to good, 84.30
4.7i; tr ixed packing, s4.43.3)l.i; choice heavy,
85.B0fl.O0; good techoiw
chipping. 84 30,t5.i)0; common to fair. 84.233.7i.
Washington Opera House I
MONDAY, MAR. 16
A cyclone of laueliter! Note tho prices:
50, rm ami 3JI ccutN. fceatH secured in
without any extra charge.
K RaKcment of tho peopIo'H favoilte, the
Distinguished German Dlukct Lomiuedlnu,
Chas A. Gardner
"The Sweet .Sinner from Frnnlcfort
Main," Iu his eulliely new comedy lu foi r
Karl In New Hones I Karl In New Dances!
Kml In New specialties t
" Down by Dot Oate," "Tho French
"Flower Girl's Kom;," " Auctioneer'
Daiiuhltir," "Tho Illid Vender." ".lack In the
I5(ix,"" Chamois Hunter," "Kail's Now Lul-1
bv " Ho Is reo ed everywhere by ciowded
houses, rounds of applause and shouts o'
laiiKhter. supported by it D'amallc
'oinpany under tho imiumemH t or W..M.
Fowler. Room for everybody at prices which
oveiyhojy can allord.
" Ho orved seats on sale at Harry
The POPULAR RESORT
Saturday, Children's Day; Tuesday, Fancy
Dress Carnival; Friday and Haturdiiy, .March
20th aud'Jlst. H. E. MOKNINGHTAU.
D. H. .McILHANNKV, Manager.
WO VJELTY STOJtE.
DRY Q00DS and NOTIONS.
1 havn always on hand a full supply of
Bchool Uoolis, ami have lust lecolveda large
ftHscrtinunt ol new millinery goods.
Tlioanntnl meeting of tho stockholder of
tho i ewls and Mason Turupllte Company
will lie, hold on Saturday, Apill 4th, at ten
o'clock a. in., lu the Quarterly Couri room, in
tho court house building, this city, for tho
purpose of electing i llUers and the transaction
of other bu InesH.
JOHN I'. I'HIBTEIt, Provident.
A proved farm in 'Charloston Hot-torn,
containing about tour hundred and
twenty-five ncies. Will sell lu wholo or
parts to suit puiclinsois. Fur lurthor Information
MRS. LUCY M. KEITH.
mlOdlm ' Maysvlllo, Ky.
On Nntnrdiiy, April llli, 1885, at 11
o'clock a. in., on tho premises noar Mays-ville,
Ky., X will offer at publlo Kale
"Hosemont," the nlaco bolouglug to J. H.
llrlnoy, on tho usual terms.
Odtd G. H. JUDD, Attouoy,
A Mother's lovo A Pif ictical
Illustration of Its Power.
A mother's love ! What a potent thing
it is I It will melt the heart of the most
hardened criminal, when no other influence
would be effectual. No one but n
mother knows its full meaning, but every
one can appreciate it if they will. It is
known, though, that it means sleepless
nights, care, inconvenience, and, if necessary,
want, hardship and death. But
the subject ha3 been too eloquently
treated by the sweetest poets and the
ablest writers to furnish an essay for
these columns. Too many practical illustrations
occur in every day life for it
to be dwelt upon, so that ft is unnecessary
to speak of the subject further in order
to make the reader understand the full
meaning of what is to follow.
Mrs. Henry Schualen, of Ashland,
Ky,, writes that her daughter has bee
cured of deafness which resulted from
chronic catarrh. She tells how 6he had
lost nil hope of her daughter ( her ideal )
being cured, and how overjoyed 6he is at
the result. After trying many remedies,
she says Pkuuna brought a cure, and
that the daughter's hearing is restored.
She concludes, by speaking in the most
flattering terms of Pkuuna, and then describes
in the most lovely manner the
happiness it ha9 brought her, nnd reviews
the distress she experienced while her
dnughtcr was afflicted.
Dr. A. R. Ong, Martins Ferry, O.,
writes : "I have n large trade on your
Pkiiuka. Think it is a grand remedy."
Mr. Robert C. Hannah, Tolcsborough,
Iewis county, Ky., writes: " I write to inform
you of the great benefit I received
by the use of your medicines, Pbrdha
and Manalin. I had been low spirited
and very sick for about six months with
a bad cough, nnd my friends thought I
had consumption ; tried a number of
patent medicines, and most of the doctors
in the vicinity (and we have some as
good ns you can find in the country),
but they did me no good whatever. Our
merchant, Mr. Gillespie, insisted upon
me trying your remedies. I did so, but
must 6ay, I had little faith in them at
first; before I had consumed my first
bottle, I noticed a change for the
better, nnd to-day I am entirely well,
and as sound a man as there is in the
vicinity. I credit my cure to your valuable
remedies, Pkeuna and Manauh,
and recommend them to all of my
AUniTorv'80FFlCK, Fhankfoiit Kv., )
Mairh 1st, 1885. J"
I'errv Jrfferwn, sheriff Mason ( yDcar
Sir: I'leiihe rrjid. raieful y, tho hlildoliied
extract from uenernl Ntalutes, chapter 02, section
8, pnizo 73.1:
Section 8. That tho sherlfl or collector of
llioHintc r venue in each county of I tils Commonwealth
shall, on tho first day of Ociobc
audeveiy Mxty tiny thpren ler, under oath,
report to tho Auditor of Pnollc Accounts he
nmnuntof taxes ho has collocied, and pay
the same over immediately, ami Minll ao-count
for and pay all tiixex fnr which ho Is
bound Into tho Htnlo Treasury by iho find
day of April In each year; and upon his full-lire
to do no, ho Hnd his Ml re lies shall be Ilablo
theiolor, and shall bo proceeded Rgnlnst at
the first termol the Franklin CI cult Court.
Any peison or persons lulling to pay their
taxes b tho llrsi tiny ol , pr 1 tn tlin year
the assessment ot such taxes, shall
pay live, per cent, additional on iho tux so
duo and unpaid. Any sherlir who shall fall
to report as herein rxiunod. shall bo liable to
Indictment in tho Fianklin Circuit Court,
and fined not less than nui bundled dollatn
nor more ' linn five hundred doltaie for each
ofleuse; and It shall h" the Auditor to report
to the grand Juiy of Franklin Conutv, itt the
next term of said court alier such f nil tire to
report. Hid name of such sheiill o fulling to
rrpoit. The Adltor In his settlement with
lliesliorltl, shall ohaige lilin with the live per
cent, accruing under the piovlsloiiN ol this
Ami In addition, chapter (170, volume 1
page 47. of Actsof LtglMiitme,
188.'!, which ptovldcs Unit the Attorney
(Jfiieuil shall bo fill It led lotwo ptr cent, commission
on all sums due bv sherDIs at the
lime notices aro sent out Them notices will
certainly ho sent to all delinquent sheriffs,
and theyato the ones to whom tl is
Is mor particularly addressed, and such wilt
act wisely should they heed thlslust warning.
FAYhTTK iiKwiTT, Auditor.
Attention ls called to tho above with tho
hopo that all periotis owing taxes will settlu
the samo promptly by Mnrch 28th, ns Indulgence
can be gt anted no longer. Aftei April
1st, flvo nor cent will bo added to all unpaid
taxes. No lurlher notice will bo made.
mO llw&liw 1'Kititr Jkkfehson, H. M. C.
CIGARS and TOBACCOS,
Teas, Queenswaro, Glassware, nnd Notion?.
Highest cash price paid for Country Produce,
Corner ot Fourth and Plum stieets.
ttf ALTER M. MUSTEK,
Qenornl Heat Estate
INSURANCE and COLLECTING AGENCY
Returns mado promptly. Abstract of titles
furnished. Odlceitiecond utieetCoonor's building,
r AW IIAKI).
f jamrs 11. HAI.T.KE, Notary Publlo.
I CXAKKKUK L. HA1.LKK, Kxilin. Mosou Co.
SALLEE & SALLEE,
ATTORNEYS nt X.AW,
Insuranco nnd Heal Estate AgentF, Mays
ville, Ky. Vsdly
Men's and boys Clothing nuule to order lu
the latest stylo at reasonable p ices. All kinds
ofClothlngeutand fitted. Ni'lstactlon guar,
anteod. Hecond btory of tho Zeeh building,
Market street. sMly
Hanltar: y Kngineer, Gas nnd
Dealer n tillltnliur'u tttftu l),..i.... nnn..
Kewer Pipes, IiCad and Iron Piping, Htoam
and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Hecond street,
opposite Gelsel's grocery,
ap!7dly MAY8VILLK, KT.
" RELIABLE SELF CURE
A favorite prescription of one of tha most
tinted nml itrrer,il ceriilica 1 .! If c
(now retired) for the cure of Xcrvoiu Debility,
I.t Manhood, IVeuknei and Uecuy. Sent
in plain sealed envelope Free. Druggists can fill it,
Address DR. WARD & CO,, Louisiana, Mo.