"InrWof .M Bulletin.
The Subscription price of the Bulletin
will hereafter be 0b Doiaah and F.fty
Cents per year, o Dollab.
fj-Tbere has been a destructive fire in
Cairo. It cohurued nearly all the public
Thb Fall Statu Election. The foUow -log
States will hold their annual election
before the great contest for the Presidency
takei place: Maine, Sept. 12th; Pennsyl
vania. Oct. iltb; Indiana, Oct. 11th; Iowa,
fJtrThe income of the four RuthaohHda
of Europe is estimated at $9,000,000 a year
or a thousand dollars an hour.
How John Morgan was Killed. The
Richmond Examiner tells the story of the
capture and death of John Morgan: He
was on a reonnoissance, and took lodging
at a house near Green ville. It proved tn be
occupied bv the wife o William, an officer
on Burnside's staff. While he slept, Mrs
Williams mounted a horse aid rods fifiten
miles am) returned with a sqa-id of soldiers
Morgan ran from the house, but was sur
romded. He drew a revolver, swore be
would not be taken alive, and attempted to
brsak through the line, when he was killed
by a volley.
The new opera houss at Chicago will cost
$300 000. and will i.ot be completed uutil
N:nty million Mns of water passes over
Niagara Fal's hourly.
Sydney Smith spoke oi a man so dry that
if vou were to t ore holes in him witn a
gimlet, saw dust wculd come ont.
QrThere was a great Democratic gath
erit g' in Dearborn couniy, Indiana on the
lOih instant. Tne number present was es
timated at 10,000.
jp-Mr. T. L I5ko Nt::a near Vash:n
ton. told tLe remainder f his tract of laud
containing 8u acres to J . C. Humphreys, for
116 per acre.
Lamk, Mis. Wri'ten ha just received a
large a-surtirient of rlegiot Mill nry G oils,
iucb as yon have long wished for. In her
estal lifhmer.t can he found all the late
sly les of Unnnets, II its, Trimming-
Ilfmernber the p!ce. Second street, op
posite the Fanner's D tnk.
QOGeprge Dotts killed a man named
Voorheis, at Mr. Sierliu on Friday last in
a street 'encounter. An old fud hl ix
igtd between thttn, and upon meeting in
the street, they commence! firing, when
Toorhies received a fatal shot iu the left
0O A telegraphic dispatch, dated
Loui, An.'. 22 i. says:
When G'D Pv e arived at TJniontown
he arres'ed Capt.McG'll. Alfred McGl'il and
Davis Harris. He confiscated 6U hhds of '
toracrn,( belong pj; to John Funk and Paul
Semonin of Henderson.) 74 'd,; uf whi-k
(frm IJyrre & Cimbron.) 150 bbls salt, 75
head of horses and 1W heal t cattle' lln
also obtained 25 r.ej;ro recruits.
The telegraph ioes not tell all. Of the
whiskey taken, several birrels were wanton
ly burst open and Ihe 1 q tor lost. A barrel
of molasses, belonging to .1. F Williams,
was a'hO burst open and emptied in the street.
The Post y fiice was entered and letters bro
keD open and r:f!d: the masonic hall was
burst into, and the r.gal.a. symbols, &c, ;
brought lorlh, but evtiitnillv returi.eil.
Several meml ers of the 34ih New Jersey
entered the private residence of a respecta
ble widow lady, a si6ter-in law ofthe edi
tor of the Vinceiiues Sal, arid used the
moid obscnie ar.d disgusting lantiago. A
citizen went to Gen. Pavne and demanded
protection lor tins iaay. is sne a .oya. wo- j
m-.,." asked P. 'bhe is a w ,dow .ady , who
dor. r.ot meddle in politic, and n-q-nr-s
protection,' answered ihe ct ztn. 'Is she ,
t i : . u ui .- i--i r .T 1
id favor of ermins the blacKsr' asked P '1 ,
presume not, sir ' Than.' replied Payne,
'I do not care what tbev do to the d d
We derive this sta'ement from a promi
cei.t citizen ol TJniontown.
Several of P.'s men broke into Mr. Geo.
Orm's residence, the family being absent,
aiiu Stole a loi oi cioiinn ' miu soin snvei
spoons. Mr Orm's new buy was also ta
ken away to Paducah.
I'reparin? lo Leave.
The following law card appears in the
New York papers:
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
J'o Whom it M'iy Concern: My old cus
tomers and others are no doubt aware of the
terrible t'me I "have had n crois-'ng the rlreim.
and will be "lad to know thar I will he back
on the same side from which I started t n r
before the 4th of M arch next, when I vv 1
be ready to swop horses, dispense law. make
jokes, split rails, and perlorm other matters
in a small Way.
5 N B. F-es invariably in advance.
References: Hon. E M. Stanton, II. J.
Raymond, Major General Butler, and nu
merous other contractors.
The following passage from Emerson con
tains a truth which all would do well to lay
to heart. It may help to ward off tempta
tion, when purer and nobler motives grow
weak in the contest. Lie says: '"There is
no den in ibe world to hide a rogue. There
is t o such thing in the world a conceal
ment. Commit a crime, aud the earth is
made of glass. Commit a crime, and it
seems as if a coat of snow fell on the ground ,
such as reveals in the woods the track ot
every partridge and fox and mole and squir
rel. You cannot recall the spoken word,
ycu cannot draw up the ladder, so as to
leave do inlet or clue. Always some damn
nirg circumstance transpires. The laws and
substance of nature, water, snow, wind,
gravitation, become penalties to the thief."
We believe in a middle path for flowers
after their death; the soul of the lilies pro
bably go icto woman's forehead; hyacinth
SDd forget me-oot-soula into lips and cheek.
(On the Death of Mrs. I. K. Mitchell,
who died May 20th, 1864.
Around her bed they jrathered she was dying
And o'er her bent to hear her whispered pray'r
They saw the tears that mingled with her sighing.
Who, like a mother, for her babes would caret
And oh! itseemed the ties of love grew stronger,
Ae fainter burned the flickering flame cf life,
Until they almost thought tneir love could bind
Unto the earth, and shield her from Its strife.
Her tender babe she clasped unto her heart
A father's earnest love it ne'er should know
But one short week before his spirit did depart.
And now the mother, too, is called to go.
Into her heart religion'a holy balm,
Like dew upon the opening flower, was shed,
And o'er her countenance came the tattled calm
Of perfect faith upon her dying bed.
Her little ones unto the orphan's God
She trustingly committed; had not He
Promised, within bhi pure and cbmgeless word,
A father for the fa'herleta to Del
Why should we moirrn that her pure spirit now
Wan :er amid the hallowed courts of Heaven,
That tho brL'ht crown of glory on her brow
Is worn, and blessed peace to her is given.
And though we, saddened, walk on earth alone,
And hear no rn te her kind and loving voice,
Yet still we murmur, "Lord, thy will be doue,
For with thy rantomed ones she does rejoice.
fj7"Families at u distauce, suffering from
Acute or Corouic Disease, uoable to secure
, , -
Homeopathic Treatment, by
Dr. W ROTES, Maysville, Ky., giving a
, , . . . , 0 . ri.
carefulaescription of Symptoms, Temper-
meiit 8 'e ot Patient, etc . enc'o-dng one dol-
lar will secure with instructions, such medi
cines as may be indicated.
(yTh' erave-digiers in a cemetery in
Brooklyn N. Y , are on a strike, and threat
en to make a host of him who undertakes
M jor R-ed Sanders of the rebel army died j
in Ft. Warr-n on Saturday, at the age of
27 ear. The dcCeat-ed A as a tuD ol CieO.
C II E A P LA M PS! 'JtMCOAL OIL
uA.MPS OF EVERY SIZE AND STYLE
A l' FROM 50 CENTS TO $G. CHIM
NEYS SHADES. WICKS, etc. at
derlT R. ALI5ER I' S 2 I street.
At tho resilience nf .1 amks ,Tac'B-. in thisoitr.
on Moi.dav in..rnintr. S-piemter pith. bH.Mr.
JOHN WKT in Ihe flrth cur of his age.
FAMIL Y GrRO O B Hi B -! :
UNUF.lt a j'lnt con-trui-tion of a recent mili i
tarv order, eoverniiia tra e in Kentucky, ,
we have b en permitted by our present polite j
an 1 irenllerna': ly Provost Mar.-hal to import a j
Mlla'.l s'l.ek of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERiES,
Whieh we olfur for hale to our old friends and
cusiomers and purchasers jfeiierullv t fully ten j
per cent les- than these artich-s ,-i.uld have been !
bmiht at in the early part oftl.is week, though ',
th re bus oeen no decline in the market mon
l.icti we obtained thern
W e lime rsd and
m der-taiid the order alluded to, and not .ii n
ftteially objeeiionable in the order itself, but
think we can so in tin fTced c-iistriiet'on ot t j
by a few .?ere-te.l rnerccan-s i wi. navj at- ;
tf u,lvi nn.l I'. nTTn Ihl llMllltV 1111- I
liioiitios here, (lomelhil; too mean and con- !
temptihlo to bear scintn.y. We cannot rinish
this adverti-en ent without publicly thanking !
Mr. PfcTifcT for Ids prompt avtion in the niut- j
ter when the proper application was made to i
him, and can but tlnnK t lial consumers 01
prover.es iercral ly , who have been freed from uu
attempted infamous monopoly-
Hi io UKcwise.
it. r. vo ii. r. tiio.mas.
Maysville. S;pt. 15, .-Gl-3mo
ROOTS & bHUtb I
For the Fall Trade!!
T II AVE A SPLENDID STOCK OF THE
1 favorite brands, mich as While's Uoyd tk
C- roy's and others, L ice Hoots and Balmorals;
& p-,, ,ltf,.owV, Forbush's, Whitney's
. ca)f Cars ki Rt.nls,
', ' J
re'i; a'so u lew cases
I xome-maae ivip uocis,
Most of which were bough, in May, Jiino and
i July and will be eo'd LOW soma of them
iLOWKIJ than they can now be had at the
Merci,antg pieaSe Call and Examine!!
For tho multitude I have an infinite variety,
from common to extra fine and can suit you all
in price and quality TEKMjs CASH!
Also, aa usual, a general vaiicty of
Leather & Fiiulingrs!
S. S. MINER.
Maysville, Ky.. Sept. 8, 1364-lm
REGULAR CINCINNATI & MAYSVILLE
Th fin suit wli-l Mf-mi-r
Capt. WM. 'R V IN. Master; vv". 11. KEYT.Clerk,
ri --TTTn'-) -"1 "W ill leave Maysville for Cin-j5S23iiai-innati.
every M ONI) A Y,
V hUNESU..Y and FRIDAY, at 10 A. M. Re
rnrniofr, will leave Cincinnati every TUtSD AY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at l M. For
freight or passage apply on board, or to
sep8, 1S64. J- M LOVE, Agent.
PUBLIC SSVLIl: of
Four Family Residences I
IN AUEItDEEN, OHIO.
ON SATURDAY the 17th day of SEPTEM
BER, 1664. ou the premi0K,I willMffer for
Sale Four Kraine-i Residences, in Aber leen,Ohio,
directly opposite the Jity of Maysville, Ky.
These residences are in good repair, very suitable
for small families, command a good rent, and
are eligibly siiuated on Front street in Jaid
village, with good Cisterns, small garden spots,
and sin:il! yards in front. For persons doin
business in Maysville, or eneafred in the Ohio
River trade, they afford an excellent investment
and desirable homes, for a small outluy. Each
residence is separate and distinct, and ample
room for small family, tha houses being each two
atones high, with Kitchens in the ells of each.
If not sold privately before said date, thxy will
be seie separately or together, lo suit purchasers,
on the day above inoicated.
J3?"For terms of sale, situation, &c. of prop
erty, applv to THUS. J. THROOP, in Maysville,
or M AsSIE BEASLEY, in Aberdeen, who wil
take pleasure in showing the property, and giving
all inlormation iu regard to it.
Sent. 1st, 1861. W. E. BEES.
TO THE PUBLIC!
aggiiaaatt EX PRESS !
OUR EXPRESS FOR CINCINNATI
ia carried on the fino Stoamors
BOSTONA, No. 3
Accommodating messengers will bo found on
both boats. Bills are closed aa follows:
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 6
o'clock, P. M.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 9.80
o'clock, A. M.
This rule is positive, and will be strictly ad
hered to. ADAMS' KXIMCUSS CO.
A. M. JANUARY & SOX, Agents.
Maysville, August 4th, lS64-tf
Maysville Marble Works I
n "vEDER from Country solicited.
rr- Pcroi!S desiring work, by com
municating the dime, will bo promt tly waited
upon. uuifust 4tli, ' St4.
To the Tax-Payers of Ma
BY an act of the General As-emMy it is mndo
my duty, iiiiiMediately alter the 1st o'Jnne.
to proceed with the Collection of the public
K;ver.uuas si ecilily as i ossible, Hv the s:tme act
, it is made mv ilu'.v to roiort, :it the Julv, S-i
, temher and iNi.vi iniier County Courts, the
j amount of taxes collected and pay the swine over
to the Auditor. I urn authorized under said net
to notif the Tux-Paver-lv puMie notice kuc
! up at the Court house door, and in the different
Prcihii l or districts ot the County, that on cer
tain duys heltt n U.e 1-t ! Vtulier, aud tl.e l.itli
f November. I. or my deputies, will attend at
the place of holding electiou in such di.-triets and
receive their ta.xo-. It is made the duty of the
tax-puT t' utteiid on such du ar:d pay the
i-atne. If this is not done, alter 'hat date they
will hae to pay the sarin at the Court h"ii-e;
and. ifri't done there within t lie time prc-riocd
hv Imiv t..i i...r i-.nf iiimii fli. .ittiiMi,.! l-i U.I.1...I
Thus it w ill he -ee:i that it will he to the interest
of the tux-payer- to cee to it that the, r taxes are
I""'. the time pi, crile 1 hs law. as alter
inuL Liiuir i Mia 1 1 i ii vui lain ;nni iiit in per ceui. 1
iinpi id h law, to their Ii-Ih when I emu to j
eollee.. '1 his I shiili he compelled to do um I i
rlmll have toadvai ee tiie iJevenile d ie by such j
delinquents ainl enforce p.i incut at ouee with I
tue osl. I.- reunliurse m self. ly pay i:ii? atteu - 1
ti"ii to t In- metier and pr 'Hiplnes ,tne Ihinir wiil '
woik t;i.-t r.ite. The pe-p.e have the same time.
h lu ietotore. within which to i iy their taxes j
The oi.lv ,lill'..-iwiieo beiMf, thai they shallirivel
the iiiaiter ailenti n tliemwlves and see to its
payment at the tunc all I places toesiribed. in
stead o the old way of havintf tbu 5heritTcall
li.iil dozen times, mere or k , tor their taxes.
'1 ho law is plain, simple, iiinl to the point; and I
in end to comply u illi it provisions and ciilcrce
its penalties, an. 1 this notice is irivetl to call the
attention ol the piople to it.fO t U it no harm j
may le d' ln- liny one, I n c- liseijiicliec ol their
iyn raie ol the 'uw. The ti.viu and 'ii-oo at
u uich I, or my deputies, will alien I in the def
icient I'rtciinis to reeeivetiXv- between the 1st
ol I cio!u r. and t he l.lUi ot November; will bo
a ivei,i-i I by public notice stiics up us inquired
lV law. I:i the mean time. let every ' lie iny up
that can v hen called upon In t ve -n t hisand tl.a'
ti -e. mat a rfoud ueeouni of t c .r ni'lness of
the peop'e ol the county may he reported to the
auditor at tl.e J;ily and Septeruiier ler.ns of our
cuuiu J.e-pecu u , i y .
II. S. Ji.tr LlixiN, Sheritl Mason Co.
Accrdinjr to the above, the Tux-Puycrs are
notified that 1IK.NKY S. .1 KFFKKSON, Sdieiitr.
.. , .
ices, cu tho days
named , to teeei c t heir taxes:
At M t. Ci lea.l. Hi h and 1 5th days of October,
At Pri-toi; 17lh day of October.
Ai llce na. S ?tli day of October.
At May .-lick, l'Jln unl Ulh day s of OetoDcr.
Al aralt, Ulst ami -JJii'l .lays oi lotMOer.
11. .1 l-.r ftliw.v, c. M. u
CHAKLES E. TABU, Deputy, will attend at
the 1'oliownij; places, on the days named:
Orunsrebiirjr, ih A bth ol October, at V II. Pol
Levvi-buir, 11th and 12th of October, ot Jno.
Wasbimrtou, 10th and 14ih of October, at II. W.
Maysville, 1 ."till aud l"th of October, ot tho
PEKKV JKFFEIiSOX, Deputy, will attend at
the follevvin places, ou the days named:
Dover, 11th and 12th of October, ut K. T.Evans'
Minerva, 13t.li aud 14th of Octo er, at Cupt.
W l.ipp's S'.ore.
Gcrinunlou n, 15th and 17th of October, at Jno.
Washington, lath and IStlh of October, at Jno.
Maysville, 2oth and lst of October, at Thomas
Dau lUu's Mable.
Axust lllh, lSG-l-tf
KEW CASH HARDWARE HOUSE!
SIGX OlI5IG SAW.
Sanford's Straw Cutters
CASH! OWENS & BARKLEY.
Maysville, Aug IS, 1S04. Secoud Stroet.J
Mason County Farm at
WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION, on the
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1864,
the larm of GE)R(iE C')X, Jr., deceased, lyina
near the mrih si 'e of the Majsvrlo and Mount
Carmel Turnpike, 7 miles from Maysville, aud
one mile west of Orangeburg, and surrounded by
the farms of Jerome D. Mayhngh, John Roe,
William Roe, Mrs. James W. Brewer, and Mrs.
Winslow 1'aiker. The Farm contains
3 12 ACRES,
nd the improvements are: A FRAME DWELL
ING HOUSE, with six rooms and pantry, very
coi.veuient a-id comfortable; log Smoke House;
frame Chicken Hous.j: lar;e and excellent Burn,
Corn Crib, Waon-Shed, and other outbuildings.
Fine Water in every lot. A splendid new Stone
Fenc9 through the farm, and all the fences in
giod order. Twelve acres i a fruit, grafted and
ufsnperior quality Apples, Peaches, Cherries
and Dwarf Fears. Also, at the same time,
30 Acres of Land,
adjoining tho ubove, immediately on the north
side of said turnpike, aud between the farm and
the turnpike; half of it recently cleared and very
rich. No buildings of any kind.
EifSale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.
TERMS. On3-half Cash; balance in one and
two years, with six per cent, interest, payuble
annually, or aR cash, if the purchaser prefers.
The deferred payments may be arranged dif
fereutly if desired. For further particulars en
quire of JOSEPH F. BRODRiCK, or
HENRY H. COX, AIayville, Ky.
September let, 1864.
Blum & Heckinger's
Emporium of Fashion
WE take pleasure ia Informing our Fotrons
and the public generally, that we have
just received, and are continuing to receive,from
New York, Baltimore and other Eastern
Ports, a fcil, lakoe and vabted stock or
Of the very latest Eastern Styles.
Pants and Vests,
Of all styles and descriptions, all of which we
will dispose cf at the lowest Eastern prices.
We have paid tho most particular PEUSONAL
ATTENTION iu tho selection of Goods for our
And have purchased only the MOST CHOICE
and FASHIONABLE kinds olid Styles. Hav
ing made and EXTENSIVE ADDITION to thw
branch of our business, we have now the best
FACILITIES to Manufacture to Order, at the
SHORTEST NOTICE. Onr celebrated and ex
perien ed Cutter, J KICKY 1 Yt)U.(i, will
superintend the gettiig'jp of all work in tho
Merchiml Tailoring Line, by experienced work
meu ON LY. The Stock consists of the finest
Foreign and Domestic Cloths;
French and English Cashmeres;
Silks, Satins & Cashmeres for Vest
ings. Mr. YOUNG has also procured Geuio's, C.
Scott 's, Gleucrosa' & Weet' latost Patern Sheets.
Our Stock of
CEXTLEMEYS FLRMSIIIXG GOODS!
Comprises all oppertaining to a Gentleman's
outtit, aud is too numerous aud varied o men
tion. Tho Geruine Patent
FRENCH YOKE SHIRT,
Can bo got at our Store.
FOR TIIE FINEST AND LATEST STYLE
CALL AT THE RED CORNER.
A "ULL SUPPLY or
Always ou hand.
ALL PURCHASERS WHO WISH TO
AND GET THE
LATEST STYLES !
WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO CALL At THE
RED CORNER STORE
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
FOR A FINE STYLISH
BLUM & HEGKINGER'S
RED CORNER (STORE t
ZMayaville, Ky., March 81, 1864.
MrjLLlNS & HUNT'S
DRY GOODS STORE!
THE SUBSCPJBERS, LONG ESTAB
LISHED in a large retail Dry Goods business
in Maysville, would call the attention of Coun
try Merchants to their recent addition of an ex
tensive Wholesale Department; which will be
conducted on a STRICTLY CASH PRINCI
PLE. The many years of experience possessed by
our buyer, combined with a perfect knowledge of
the Kentucky trade, a thorough acquaintance
ship with all the Manufacturing and Importing
Houses in the East, and the fact of ur pur
chases being made for "Cash,' together with a
firm determination to sell at a mere commission
advance on Eastern Cost, will he sufficient
guaranties to CLOSE CASH BUYERS that we
cunnot be undersold by any WESTERN JOB
Our Stock will bo found better adapted te tho
wants of of our customers than it is usual to
find ia the generality of JOBBING HOUSES;
as it will embrace u greater variety of goods than
Is ordinarily met with In an exclusive Wholesale
Establishment. The departments alotted to
ATS CJ -0k 2F JS
Will be at all times especially attractive as par
ticular atteufion will be paid to tliem, and a
Kept constantly on hand. Wo would impreps
upon oor friends that in sending us orders they
may rely upon having them executed to the ful
esttxtentof our ability.
MULLINS & HUNT
Cheap Dry Goods Store,
2nd Street, Maysville, Ky.
Maysville, Ky. Jan. 8,1363.
MAYSVILLE FEMALE INSTITUTE.
MAYSVILLE, KY. j
TriE NEXT SCHOLASTIC YEAH OF
this Institution will commence ou tho
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER.
Under the direction of
Misa JANS R. PARKE, as Principal.
The Institute occupies a commanding sitnation
in an elevated portion of the city, aud is well
adapted to the health and comfort of tho pupils.
Tho residence of the Principal, Soutb-East
coruer of Third and Limestone Streets, will ac
commodate tweuty-five young ladies. The rooms
ure lirge and well ventilated. Ihey are all
carpeted, and furnished with every article of
furniture necessary lor comtort and convenience .
No pains or expense has been spared in render
ing the house neat , comfortable aud pleasant.
1 he domestic department will be under the im
mediate surervision and management of Mm.
JULIA A. PARKER, a lady ol large experience
and mature judgment.
Miih. M . L.. cadi, will take charge of tne
classes in English Composition and Belles Lettres.
Mi.-,s Aiil t. rAKKt, will assist in the in
struction of classes in the English department.
Boarding per Session of twenty weeks. 70 00
Tuition iu Primary Department, 10 00
" " Junior 15 00
" " Middle & Senior Department, 20 00
atin and French iu connection with Eng
lish branches 20 00
Instrumental Music, 20 00
Use ot Instrument, 5 00
ltifAll bills for one-half of the Session are
due in advance. It is djsiruble they should be
paid ut the opening of the Session, unlessspecial
airangeineuts are made to the contrary.
Communications foT admission of pupils may
be addressed to the Principal,
Miss J. K. 1 ARKE,
aug IS, 1864-lm Maysville, Ky.
JUST received a largo stock of FINE GOLD
WATCHES aud JEWELRY, of the latest
styles; also, a largo assortment of
Clocks, Silver Ware, Plated Ware and
A large stock of Materials to accommodate the
Trade. Jewelry and Silver Ware made to order.
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
Old Gold and Silver!
tSfCustomers will please call and settle up
their accounts, as I wisli to close my books as
soou us possible.
C. XT. rXJEHSTJ,
Opposite the Express Office.
Maysville, Ky., August 25th, 1S64.
Office of the Adams Express Co.
THE TRANSPORTATION" or Freight,
except under Military Permit, being pro
hibited by the General Commanding the District
of Kentucky, Patrons of this Company arc here
by notified, that we can carry nothing unless
accompanied by a "Permit" issued by the pro
per Military Authority, as required by General
Order No. 03.
Freight coming from a distance, for persons in
Kentucky, will be held at Cincinnati until the
required permit, necessary to accompany it iu
transit, is sent to the Agent at that City. By
leaving permits at our Office, freight will be
A.M. JANUARY & SON.
P. S. Until further notice, no Packages for
Prisoners Qn be forwarded.
A. M. JANUARY & SON.
Maysville, Sept. 1st, lS64-tf
Orchardist Wanted !
I Wish to secure the services of some good,
sober and industriens man, who understands
the Culture of Fruit Trees. I will givo good
wages to such a man . He must gi vo good refer
ences. Or I will sell the portion of land set out
in Fruit Trees, embracing about 35 acres.
Also, I will sell lO acresofgoodpasture.cn
which is a never failing Spring. Any one wish
in? to purchase will call on me, 2 miles cast of
Minerva. BENJ. KIRK.
July 14, 13b4-tf
T AED OIL and other kinds for Machinery,
J (Jun do naa at
SEATO-V fe BEODEICK'S
aug 4 Cor. 2nd & Court Sts.
WALKING CAN E
No. 167 Main Street, bet. 4th & 5tlt,
Repairing promptly attended to. mafff
DTJHME & CO.
SW Cor. 4th and Walnut Street
JVT aura fa c traireirs,
Retail & Wholesale Dealers in
JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.
THEY Keep on hand a large stock of Cheap
Watches, Jobbing Material, Spectacles, &c.r
for the Trade.
8-Old Gold aud Silver bought for Cash,
march 3, 186 ly
A SURE CURE.
EVERY BODY IS BEING CURED OF THIS
distressing disease by the uso of
DR. STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY.
Read what those say who have used it:
Mr. Charles W. Landram, of Louisville, and
J. P. Hazarde, Cincinnati, O., werejboth cured
after lining one pot of Dr. Strickland's Pil
Remedy. They say they have tried every thing'
but could obtain no re'ief, but one Pot of Strick
land's Tile Remedy affected a perfect cure after
suffering for many years with the worst kind of
Pile. They recommend every one whoia suf
fering to try it.
Fold by all Drugcists, 50 cents per pot. Manu
factured at No. 6 East Fourth street, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Ask for
DR. STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY.
General Depot No. 6 East Fourth street, Cin
For sale in Maysville by SEATON S JiKOU
RICK, Cor. 2nd V Court Sts., and J. J. "WOOD
Cor Market & Frout Sts. f june 2, '64-ly
Boot ft Shoe Store!!
(In the House formeily occupied Chas. Whits.)
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
solicit the patronage of the Citizens of Maya-
sville and surrounding counties.
We have a full assortment ot .Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Congress and Side Lace Gaiters
Lasting, Kid and Morocco P al morals of the
best quality and latest style.
Gent's Fine Boots, Balmorals, Congress Boote,
Oxford Ties and Brogans of the latest style.
LADIES' AKD GENT'S BOOTS and SHOES
MADE TO ORDER ON THE SHORTEST
NOTICE AND WARRANTED.
We have also a good assortment cf LEATHER
AND FINDINGS whieh we will sell at th
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Mr. CHAS. WHITE, will be ready to wait on
his old iritnd3 and customers at all times.
B. A. WALLING FORD & CO.
Maysville, Ky., Jane I 6, 1S4.
Save Your Pickles.
BARRELS PURE CIDER VINEGAK, In
Store and for sale by
U. b O. 11. P. THOMAS.
sville, K y., August 18, lSG4-3m
BUY JIATCIIES THIS MONTH !
vyEXT MONTH von will have to pay
1 HEAVY TAX on them. We have thff
best brand, "Gates."
aug. 25, 13t54. SEAT ON & BRODRICK.
F Oil SALE!
SOAP & CANDLE FACTORY,
CHEAP FOR CASH t
rpiIE SOAP & CANDLE FACTORY, on
JL Third Street, (opposite Phister's Lumber
Yard) together with Candle Macl ims, Boilers,
Kettles. Steaming Tubs, V:c.
Tbo Building is Fire-proof and well adapted;
for the Manufacture of Soap and Candles. Th
whole will be sold at a bargain. For further
particular apply to JAMES SMITH,
aug 25, 13(54. Maysville, Ky
THE partnership heretofore existing nndef
the name and style of Ross cfc Nxwxli.,
this day dissolved by mutual consent. Those?
persons indebted to tho firm are requested Ur
make payment, either to Wm. J. Rosser Andrew
J. Newell. Those having claims against tho
firm will piesent them for payment at the house
of ROSS fc POWER, who succeed the late firm
and havo assumed its liabilities.
W. J. ROSS,
A. J. NEWELL,
Aug. 13, 1S64. GEO. W. EOSS,Ja
W. J. ROSS. ALEX. FOWE3. GEO. W. BOBS, Ti
ROSS & POWER.
rTMlE UNDERSIGNED SUCCESSORS?
JL of the lata firm of ROSS & NEWELL, have
this day entered into partnership, nBder thr
name and sty to ot'ROsS V POWER, and wilt
continue the Commission, Grocery and Liquor'
business, at the old stand, corner of Market and
Third streets. We invito consignments, and!
wi II keep constantly on hand a large and welt
solected supply of tho best Groceries, Liquors,
fec, for sale ut moderate prices.
We respectfully asl: a continuance of the favor
so liberally bestowed upon onr predecessors.
August lSth, 1S64. KOSS & POWER.
HAVING sold my interest in the hons
of ROSS & NEWELL, I take great plea
sure in recommending to mv old frienda and!
customers, Messrs. ROSS & POWER, as hcing
in every way woithy of their patronage.
August lSth, 1S64. A. J. NEWEIrlw
ang 25, 1S64
ICE ! ICE ! !
WE have commenced running our Ic
Wagon, and will deliver Ice-to any part
of the City.
SS?Per8ons desiring Ice through the day, Jean
obtain it at Richard Watkins' Grocery Store, oor
Wall 6treet, or at Wm. Watkins' on (Market St
May 19,1364. RICHARD WATKINS.
BLOGK AND TACKLE An aseort'mw
embracing all sizes of superior construction
.. ALEX. MADD0X,
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