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THE EVENING BULLETIN
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1880.
ROSSEB & MoOARTHY,
Publishers and Proprietors.
TO WHOM ADDKK5H ALT. COMMUNICATIONS.
SIGNAL SERVICE REPORT:
"Fair weather, slowly rising temperature."
The Greenup Circuit Court convenes
Cehkalink, beat health food. Calhoun's.
As a "joko foundry," the Opera Houbo
Programme; is a miserable failure.
The citizens of Paris are protesting
against abolishing the State Geological
Mn. S. E. Mas-tin of Gcrmantown has
a ho?, with but two legs, that weighs 200
At Nicholasvillo, John V. Poor has
been convicted and fined for "using ox-'
plosives to catch fish."
The merchants are informed that the
Opera Houbo Programme is a " joko foundry"
and not an advertising medium.
The Baptist Church was crowded last
night, and some went away who could
not pet soata. Chairs will bo provided
hereafter so that all may bo seated.
Dn. Pore of the Millersburg collego
preached at the M. E. Church, South,
yesterday. His sermon in the morning
was a yery strong plea for more earnest
work on the part of church members.
It is rumored to-day that Captain M.
O. Hutchins has come to tho relief of our
neighbor, tho Republican, and that tho
enterprise will bo "resuscitated" and
run hereafter under his management.
Tho disfiguring eruptions on tho face,
the sunken eye, tho pallid complexion,
indicate that thero is something wrong
going on within. Expel tho lurking foe
to health by using Ayor'a Sarsaparilla,
Tonqaline has given mo exceedingly
good satisfaction in an inveterate case of
rheumatism and neuralgia which had
defied everything olso; symptoms havo
all disappeared. C. L. Elmother, M. D.,
Iowa City, Iowa.
A Winchester (0.) correspondent of
Enquirer says: "Sharp &, Co., of Winchester,
havo been awarded tho contract
to build tho bridges and tresles on the
Columbus & Maysvillo Road between
Sardinia and Riploy."
Ricuakd Smith, an employe of tho
Maysville Furniture Factory, mot with a
very painful accident recently. While
engaged about one of tho rip-saws, ho
had tho misfortune to lose the three first
fingers of his left hand.
Asan article for tho toilet, Ayor'a Hair
Vigor Btands unrivallod. It cleanses tho
scalp and preserves, it lrom scurf and
dandruff, cures itching and humors, restores
faded or gray hair to its original
dark color, and promotes its growth.
Rkv. R. B. Garhktt baptized ten persons
yesterday afternoon in tho
of the Christian Church. There aro
a number of others who have recently
been received for baptism, and almost
every Sunday Bomo aro added to the
Da. Garniss Hontiir, who will assist
Rev. Russell Cecil in.a revival meeting
at tho Central Presbyterian Church beginning
this evening, is a native of this
city. Ho is a nephow of Charle3 Horbst,
another old Maysvillian, whoso present
homo is at Macon, Ga.
Wk aro glad to learn that tho committee
engaged in securing tho right of way
along tho lino of tho Maysvillo and Big
Sandy Road are ra'oeting with good
and flatter themselves that littlo
difficulty will attend thoir efforts in that
bohalf. Ashland Express.
m m e
Judge A. E. Cole returned Monday
night from Rowan County. Ho reports
everything quiet there, and thinks peace
has been permanently restored. Ho
credit for tho able manner in
which ho conducted affairs thero. Flem-
The Lexington Transcript says: "J. D.
Kohoe, Judge G, S. Wall, and Judge S. S.
Savage aro candidates in tho Maysvillo
District. Judge Sarago says ho is a suro
winnor; Doxtor Kehoo says ho will got
thoro and Judge Wall Bays ho will bo
eloctcd. With three such good mon in
Congress tho district will bo ably and
The ontortainmont given at tho opera
house Saturday night by tho Madamo
Fry Concert Company of Boston attracted
a large and appreciative audience
Tho concort was a raro treat to our lovers
of music. Tho audience waa very
gonerous in its applauso, and most ovory
eolection was oncored. Tho company is
all, that the press has claimed for it, and
tho ontortainmont hero was a decided
success in ovory eonao of tho word.
CRUEL AND INHUMAN.
Au Alleged Cnso of Brittitl Treatment
Tho citizens of tho ordinarily quiet
village of Minerva, in tho western
part of our county, havo been terribly
worked up for tho past few days over nn
alleged case of cruel and inhuman treatment
committed upon a young and defenseless
child now living at that place.
The yictim of this alleged inhuman treatment
is Thomas Gray, a bright little boy
between nine and ten years of age. The
fact that tho child received this alleged
mistreatment from parties who probablj
havo no legal right at all to tho custody,
control, or correction of same, only
served to make tho good people of Minerva
more incensed over tho affair. Tho
particulars as given below were furnished
tho Bulletin by Messrs. Tom. McLaughlin
and James Runyon, who were hero
last Saturday afternoon to consult with
County Attorney John L. Whitakcr about
beginning proceedings to investigate tho
charges, and punish tho nccfused, if
guilty, Nearly a year ago tho boy, Thos.
Gray, who had been an inmate of the
County Infirmary for some time was, by
an order of tho County Court, bound
out to Mr. O.N. Weaver, of Minorva, ono
of tho Justices of this county. Mr.
Weaver entered into tho usual bond to
properly treat tho child feed, clothe-and
educate it. In tho courso of time, tho
citizens of Minerva noticed that the boy
was making his homo at Chas. Diggers' instead
of Mr. Weaver's, but they paid no
particular attention to this, as they
thought tho custody of tho child had
been transferred by tho court. Biggers is
a son-in-law of Weaver's, and as Mr. McLaughlin
says has always been considered
a " clever, kind-hearted fellow." Investigation,
however, shows that ho had
no right at law to the custody of tho boy.
For several weeks somo of thoir 'neighbors
havo been talking about tho manner
in which Biggers and his wife were treating
tho child. According to Messrs.
Runyon and McLaughlin, reports of the
brutal beatings tho littlo fellow received
wero frequent. Matters ran on in this
way until last Thursday evening. At a
late hour that eveniitg, a neighbor whose
promises aro separated from Biggers' by
a narrow alley, heard somo ono scolding
tho child for not being moro prompt in
attending to somo work about tho house,
and a few seconds afterwards, tho scolding
was followed by an unmerciful whipping.
Tho next morning John Grigson,
another neighbor, ran across tho unfortunate
child crouched down in some fodder
on Diggers' premises. The little fellow
was but poorly clad, and with chattering
teeth begged Mr. Grigson not to
tell where he was, as ho said " Mrs. Biggers
had threatened to Bkin him alivo
when he went back to tho house." Mr.
Grigson left, but determined that something
Bhould bo dono for tho child. During
tho snow storm that prevailed that
a'ternoon, somo of the neighbors, Messrs.
Grigson and Robert Wilson being among
tho number, wont to look for tho boy,
but after searching tho promises carefully
could find no trace of him. Not
satisfied, thoy went back later in tho evening,
and, at last, discovered him under
tho stable floor. They tore up somo of
tho flooring and took tho littlo follow out.
Tho child was insensible and was taken
at once to Mr. Grigson's home. Tho nowB
soon spread over tho place, and nearly all
tho citizens of tho town gathered in and
around Mr. Grigson'fl in a short time.
They expressed their feelings over tho
affair in very forciblo language. Diggers
himself went at onca to Dover for Dr.
Smith, and at 1 o'clock Saturday had failed
to return. Ho probably thought it was
best to mako himself scarco in and about
Minerva until tho excitomont had abated.
Restoratives wero applied, and aftor working
about threo hours tho child was
finally resuecitated, was getting along
very well Saturday and will recovor. At
first it was thought tho child would dio
from exposure, and it is hard to toll what
might havo occurred in tho oxcitomont
that prevailed if such a thing had happened.
Mr. McLaughlin says the boy's
body shows marks of bruises and bad
trcatmont, and that according to tho boy's
own statements, ho wont without any
food from Thursday noort. Tho following
lettor explains itself. It was brought
horo Saturday by tho gontlomon named
Hon. V. P. Coons, P.J. M. C. Donr Blr:
I have nt ray homo subjoot to your orders
Thomas Oray, a boy nbout ten years oltl
whom I found nt tho Hlublo of Charles
uenrly dead from exposure and inhuman
treatmont, having been thrust from
quartern luto ttio cold. Said boy was
bound to O.N. Woavor by tho County Court,
nndcaino from tho poor liouso. I can establish
ull that Is horolu contained by oompoteul
witnesses. Bald boy was transferred from
Woavor to Blggara. John UniaaoN,
Aftor consulting with County Attornoy
Whitakor a warrant was sworn out
Magistrato M. F. Marsh for Biggars
charging him with cruel and Inhuman
treatment; and tho mattor will bo investigated
probably to-day boforo a jury at
that place. Tho particulars as given
above wero ' furnished by Messrs. McLaughlin
and Runyon as boforo stated
and contain but ono side of tho affair.
In tho oxcitomont under which thoy
wero laboring, things may havo been
Yory naturally oxaggoratod. It is to bo
hoped that the matter may not turn out
to bo as bad as charged. Conclusions
ehould not bo formed until tho other
side has been hoard. If tho accused have
anything to say tho Bulletin will gladly
publish it. Lot tho investigation bo a
thorough ono, and if tho accused nro
provon guilty, the extreme limit of tho
law will not bo too aovero a punishment
for such nn offense.
Two West Virginian Farmers Taken in
by Slick Swindlers.
A special to the Cincinnati Enquirer
from Point Pleasant, W. Va., says:
"Lindsay Smith and.Wiley flatten nre
two of tho wealthiest farmers in Wayne
County, and are considered shrowd business
mon, but they have recently bought
somo experience which cost them dearly.
Somo months ago parties from Cleveland
visited that county selling grist-mills,
particularly adapted to largo farms, for
tho convenience of tho owners and their
tenants. With the profuso illustratipns
and slick talk which the agents used they
wero successful in making a very
impression upon Mr. Smith and Mr.
Hatten, and effected a sale to each of
them boforo leaving, taking their notes
for $230 each. Aftor making these sales
tho agents disappeared from tho county,
and Messrs. Smith and Hatten awaited
wjth no little degreo of anxiety for the
mills. In duo timo thoy came on, but,
instead of being as represented, thoy
wero found to bo complete humbugs, and
hardly worth tho freight charges. Thoy
refused to receive them or havo anything
to do with them, and set about to have
their notes cancelled. Upon investigation
they found that tho had been
discounted at the nearest bunk and that
tho rascals had skipped out. It is understood
Chat no such firm as thoy represented
is doing business in Cleveland,
and the mills shipped them aro cheap
concerns, and can bo bought
for $23. They aro designed to he run by
horse-power, but uro scarcely
for grinding than u lnre
These rascals will, no doubt, attempt to
play theirslick vocation in othvr'ount:c9
in the State, and funnel s are warned to
bo on the lookout for them."
Falling fast at Pittsburg and
Tho City of Vevay has boon ohartored
to take tho place of tho Stt Lawrence.
Tho Pittsburg coal fi et has been
for several days.
Boats duo up: Bostona Pomeroy la.
m.; Scotia Pittsburg 1 n. in. Duo down.
Bonnzi 0 p. Boone 5 p. m ; Sherley 6
p. m j Big Sandy 1 a. m. all four for
Tho latest news from tho St. Lawrence
is that all tho efforts trrado by fier owners
to relievo hor from hor dangerous position
woro unsuccessful, and tho falling
river has left her high and dry on tho
Kentucky shoro about amilo or so abovo
Augusta. Her owners havo succeeded
in " shoreing " her up and Bho is now in
a much hotter position. With hor heavy
machinery on board, it will bo next to
impossible to launch her and she will
have to remain whetoshe is until reliovcd
by another rise in tho river.
Our esfeemed contemporary, tho Republican,
failed to mako its appearanco
Saturday. Wo havo been informed that
it's not a simple case of " suspended animation
" this timo, but a real death. Our
brothera havo ourByrapathy in their hour
of affliction. In this connection, however,
wo desiro to inform tho public that
tho Daily and Weekly Bulletin has
proved itself by a straightforward course
of about years, ono of tho
surest, safest and most rsliablo newspapers
and advertising mediums in northeastern
Kentucky. Wo also tako
prido in informing tho merchants
of Maysville that tho Bulletin is tho most
valuable medium through which to
their advertisements to tho public.
Wo nover "scale or postpone."
largo subscription list is growing
overy day. Others may "suspend" or
"throw up tho Bpongo" for good, but tho
Bulletin has ovory reasonable prospect
of living a long and prosperous lifo, and
doing much good for its friends. "A word
to tho wiso is sufficient." ,
A man near Princeton imagined himself
a horso, harnessed up and began to
haul wood. On going down a hill ho
found that tho Bled catno too fast after
him. At this ho began to kick, upset tho
sled, broko nnd'run away, kicking,
and howling like n madman. At last
liis wifo succeeded in capturing him. lie
showed aigna of fright and temporary
loss of mind, Exchnngo.
Certainly a Vnluablo Rcmody.
Tho BootiBboro (Md.) Times says:
" DuLac'a 'Swiss Balaam' is an oxcoljont
cough remedy, and is recommended by
thoso of our town who havo used it."
Win. II. Garriott (Sirocco, Ky.,) writes:
" 'Swiss Balsam' is an oxcollont remedy
for croup." Sldnoy Reynolds,
N. Y.) writea : "I find 'Swiss
Balsam' an unequalled remedy for coughs,
colds and hoarseness." Prico 25 and 75
cotitB. Sold by J. 0. Pocox & Co.
Judge Colo passed through here Saturday
night on his way to Greenup County.
Mr. J. Ludwoll Browning and brido
nee Miss Sallio Wilson havo returned
from thoir'trip East.
Mr. W. S. Sentenoy and sister, of
nro visiting their brother, Thomas
Sentenoy, of tho East End.
Hon. Emery Whitakor is attending tho
Greenup Circuit Court and talking railroad
to tho people of that county this
Turkic white evangelists from Ohio,
nro holding a meeting nt tho Colored
Methodist Church here, und nre guests
of tho colored parsonage. Bourbon
Try Langdon'a City Butter Crackers.
Wedding presents and elegant wedding
congratulation cards, at G. W. Blatter-man
Blank books, memorandum books, pass
hooks, overy stylo and price, at G. V.
Blattermann & Co.'s book store.
Seo bargains in hamburgs, linen and
cotton edgings and white goods in great
variety at Paul Iloeflich & Bro.'s.
Our spring slock of table linen, towels,
napkins, and sheeting is very cheap.
Paul IIoi:rLicii it Bno.
To make room for our mow stock, wo
offer wall paper at greatly reduced prices.
Give us a call. J. C. Pkcor & Co.
Cloaks must bo sold. Down they go.
Now Market from $23 to $15 ; New Market
from $10 and $50 to $23. Circulars
at tho same reduction, at Ncsbitt &
Runyon & Ilocker nre in daily receipt
of new seasonable dry goods, Kentucky
jeans, fltnnels, blankets, jorsoya in largo
vaiiety, new prints, domestics, all at tho
lowest prices in tho city.
euro ago .iiAKKnr.s.
KITUNIHUKD HY W. A. NoUTON.
Yesterday's Closing Mnrcli wheat, 7914;
corn i7Ji ; pork. U 02; lard, (1 1(7.
May whHnt,81H; coin, it; pork, 11 22XA
liird, il 17'$.
March who it, 7tj5;oor i, 37'J.
May wlie.it, ML., blji, Hi;,; corn, illi, 41;
poik, 11 S.j, It ,, U J, l.ml.O I7.
Receipts 'f nogs, IO.ltoO, stoady.
Cars of wheal, 27; corn, liOi).
Onilue tltb 0 'U15
MolnsstH, now crop, per gal 103CU
Molu.saOH,old crop, !f khI 5li
Uoldon Hyvup 40
hoi'Kuni", inncy Now 45
Sugar, yellow V ft Otttl
HuKar, cxtru C, "P tt 7(t7K
Buear A. i tt 7S
Huuur, Granulated V ft h
Bucar, nowduied, pur lb 10
HuBar. New Orleans, 11 rt 6V7
Teas, tf ft 10&I K)
Coal Oil, heud light '& gl 15
1'UOVISIONB AND COUNT11Y PKOnUOiC.
Applex. per peclc .'. M 20325
Uacon, breakfast ft D 10
Hacon, clear bides, per ft 8ff;li
Huvon, Hiims,l it 10!$i2
Hhoo.i, HUoulders, per B 7
llnans Weal so
Butter, ) M lrai
Chloiions, each i.'5j.i0
A pplcs, dried, per ft fi
l'enches, dried, per lb 0
Ksi's, ilos , 20
Klour, Limestone, per tmiol... SQ 'A5
Flour, Old Gold, per barrol 0 25
Klour, Maysvillo Fancy, per barrel.... 5 CO
Flour, Mason Couuty per barrel 5 50
Flour, Koynl Patoni, per barrol 6 73
Flour, Graham, per sack 40
Flour, Maysvillo Family, per barrol... 6 60
noney, per lb 1.1
Hominy, f) uallon 15
Monl)peoa M 15
Lard, 1 ft k
Onions, por peclc ... &i
Potatoes V peek .. 20
The Poor Man's Chance.
10 lbs. Now Orleaus Hugur 1 (X)
11 lbs. Whlto Coffeo A. Sugar 1 00
13 lbs. Puro Granulated Sugar. 1 00
8 lbs. Puro Uuck Wheat Flour 25
30 lbs. Fancy Flour- 1 00
1 gal. best Coal Oil- 10
1 gal. can Star Tomatoes 25
4 packages lllrd Boed. 25
3 lbs. Starch 10
2 bars Ivory Honp 15
1 lb. Arbucklo's CofTee 11
All porsons Indebted to thoostxtoof D. S.
Ilunlwell, deceased, aro huroby notified to pay
tho amount of their Indebtedness to the undersigned.
Ami nil persons having claims
naltiHt buld ostnlo will present tlio same,
duly certified, to JaMKH SMITH,
Adm'r of V. B. llouiwoll,
Maysville, Feb. 10, 18S0.
mo TAII.OKN ANI sale,
JL a laro assortment of Cloths In Suit Put-turns,
&o. Also, one Tailor Bowing Machine,
threo largo Tables with drnwors, two small
Tables, ono Becrotary, two Btoye and Irons,
Talloi's Shears, anil other articles bclouulnu
to 11 Tailoring establishment. Will
sell In ouo lot or beparately to Milt purchasers.
A good chaucu lornny ouo to commancn
tho Tailoring business. Apply to JAMES
SMITH, Adm'r of D. S. Boniwcll, deceased.
Whllo monoy Is closo, wages and prices low,
expenses should bo cut down In ovory
Economy tho watch word for Mothers,
hoad ofl Doctor bills, by always kcoplng In
tho liouso, n bottla of Dr. Ilosanko's Cough
and Lung Syrup. Stops a Cough Instantly,
relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain
In tho Cheat In ono night. It Is Just tho remedy
for hard times, Prloo CO conts and 81.00,
Sainplos froo. Bold by Qoorgo T. Wood,
by n white Kill to do
Koneral liouso work. Will be out of employment
this month. Can come well recommended.
Apply to P. O. Box 102. 17(14 1
17011 over Hunyon &
er's store. Sulliibla for professional otllce.
Apply to Dlt. W. 8. MOOHKS. nMdJtooJ
I OK rooms, suitable for of-"
llco or resldbiioe. Apply to BALLKK k
HA LLKE. Attorneys. I7dtf
FOK KKNT Ilrlck residence, on Fourth"
Htrcet, In complete repair. Iladjolns tho
residence of Chus. Potry lq , and Air. T. C.
Campbell. Apply to G. 8. WALL, or, any
Ileal Kstuto Agont, Hl2wd.
170K KKNf Clio dwelling, with bar
ed In tho old Gothland House, ou Market
street, now occupied by N. Gollenstelu, lisq.
Possession glvon January lltli 18S0. Apply
to N. GOLLKNSrKIN or O. B. WALL. Agent.
1OK of the following varieties":
; White and Brown Leghorn and Plymouth
Hock, price, SI per setting of thirteen eggs;
Wyaudotte. 81.50 for thirteen egg. Orders
loltnt W. H. Holmes, .Maysville, Ky., or address
L. A. HOLMES, New Harmony. Brown
County, Ohio. feb2d&w3m
I.VOK SALE Flvo Jacks, from threo to llvo
1 voarsold. Price Horn 8J00 to tOUO. Apply
to W. E. WEL.L8. HldlOt
J OR 8 ALE Tho rcstdonco of E. O. Plies, 011
? Second street, below Willi, now occupied
by Mr. A. It. HUKGESg. Apply to M. C.
itUTCHlNS, Real Estate Agent. JHdtf
1OR BALE Two one-story cottages In
norvn. Ono fruino nud one part (riimo
and part hrlclt. Lots 1110 well located and
each contains nearly ono acre of ground,
Good repair. For further particulars apply
to M. F. .MARSH, agent, Maysville, Ky.
A I expect to quit fanning, I will sell at
I'Hbllu Sale, ou
Saturday, February 27,
nttho farm known ns the Elzle Berry farm,
three-fourths of u mllo from Muiphysville
and lour miles from Mnysllck, on tho
nil of my pergonal property,
consisting of Plows, Harrows. Gears, ono
Reaper and Mowor, one Hay Rake, ono Slide,
ouo now Com Drill, ouo Two-Horse Wagon
good as now, nud other articles; nlio, about
FIFTEEN HEAD OF CATTLE,
Among them nro somogood, fresh Milch Cows,
ono one-year-old thoroughbred Bull, thirty
head of good Stock Hogs, Horses, threo yearling
Mules, ouo extra Humes Horse, llvo
years old, Mime Sheep, and Corn in tho crib.
'1 erins made known ou day ol sale. Halo to
commence at 'J o'ciocic p. in.
G. II. Goggln Auctioneer.
Ask your retailor for the Orlt'lnul S3 Shoe,
llvwure ot imitations.
ffniieCJenuluo unless brarlugthlsStnnip
Licit uaif "'Kin. unoxccueu in
caranc: A postal card scut
o us win unui. j
how to net this Shoo
41 Lincoln St..
Tills (boo stands hUlier In tho estimation of
Vi'rartrt thau any othir In tho world. Thnuaunda
Who wear It will tell you thertasou If you mk them.
ABIC OFFER -'i Introduce them, wa
will GIVE VWAY I.0UO
Washing Machines. If you want ouoheud us
your name, P.O. and express ottlca nt once,
'rmo NATIONAL CO., 21 Dey Ht., N. Y.
When T .v rura 1 da not rae.n mtrielv to 4ton them for
tlmudtlin Ii.t thtra r.tLrn ntln. I mran . r.dlol cure.
I hT mud. tho iIUm or mn, Kl'lI.Kl'aV or F1LUNO
6I0KN hsS ft ttndj. 1 w.rrtnt my rented, to euro
tha wont cue IJec.ni other, ti.v. (.lied I. no reuon lor
cat now rccelTlne cur., bend t one. tors tre.tli. and a
n Uottl. of my Inf.lllblo remedy. (Uto Liprtn.nd I'oit
Olnc It coateyou nothing for. trial, and I will cote you.
JdJrtlr. II. Q. HOOT, U 1't.rlBk, New Yotk.
AUIKS IVAVFiTlT 'lo wotk for us at
thoir own homes m lo 10 per week can
be easily made; no
nud steady ctnplo. mout. Particulars ami
simple ol the work for stamp. Address
IIOM E M'F'G CO., P. O. box lOiC. Boston. Mass.
t: wiiit SA L1C3 VI EN everywhere, loc.il
and traveling, to sell our uoods. Will
nuy good salary and nil expenses. Write f.tr
terms nt once, unit fctnto salary wanted.
HTANDAKD SILVER WARE COMPANY,
1 n.T. a poililT. remedy lortu. .ur. ul....j uyli.iu.
thoua.nde of c.eee of tti. wortt kind .nd of lour .Ludln
t?e been cured. Indeed eoetronc limy feltb In IL efflracy.
that I will .end THO I1UT1LKS VIIEK, together ultha VaL.
UADLBTREaTISK on Ihla dlicaae.tn anyaufhrer. Olfe Ki.
creia and l'.O. addreea. VK.T. A. BU1CVU, HI I'.arl St., N.Y.
fPO Rates foratU
X veitislng In 1)70 good newspnpets tont free
Address GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 10, Bpruce
street. N. Y.
NO'JTiUK OF DISSOLUTION.
Tha Arm of Foster A Bnlser, heretofore
in tho Milling and Feed business in
Maysvillo, Ky was dissolved on tho 10th of
February, IrWJ, by mutual consent. AU persons
Indebted to said firm will pleasosoltlo
with either of sail partners Immediately.
Mnysylllo, Ky., February 15, lbbfl. il
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Bread und Cakes mndo dally and delivered
to uny part of the. city. Parties and
weddings furnished on short notice. No. 83
Bulk Oysters, por quart, 80 conts.
pound ol crackors given with each can of
Oysters. Prices tho lowest, quality tho best.
Celery, Cranberries, Ac., received dully.
3LOiIC A.T THIS:
I gnl, now crop Molasses 31
4&j lbs. Prunes. -.5
4 lbs. half dried Pouches,.. ..,. SK
IB lbs. good Hugar jl uo
Headquarters for Pino ApploHnms, Teas of
all kinds, fine canned goods and Florida Hsu.
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