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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., MAY 30, 18S3. "TiiRiiuiMed drum's sad roll has beat Tho soldier's last tattoo; No more on life's paiado shall meet The bravo but fallen few. On FanioVs eternal camping ground Their Mlont tents nro spread, And Glory guards with solemn lound Tho bivouac of tho dead." Maysvillk isflyinq her bunting to-day. It is a question whether or not tho street cars will be able to run on account of the hogs. Coal from tho Ashland mines is delivered in Lexington by the car load at eleven cents a bushel. Piiof. 0. J. Hall's school will be closed this afternoon, on account of the memorial ceremonies at the cemetery. , , Messrs. Morrison & Kackm:y are exhibiting some very handsome photographic work. Maysville excels in this art. Rev. M. M. Rilev will preach at Washington on Sunday, June 10th, at 3:30 o'clock p. m.f at the Baptist Church. Everybody is invited. Mr. Frank W. Armstrong will leave for France in a few days for the purpose of settling up the estate of his brother, tho late James Armstrong, in that city. Mr. L. Ed, Pearco has not fully determined to remove to Chattanooga. He is there looking around and may decide to remain if he considers it a desirable business location. The new steamer Buckeye State has been launched at Cincinnati and is now receiving her upper works. She measures 800 tons and will be able to run in twenty-one inches of water. Thirty-five hogs were counted yesterday on Second street, the principal thoroughfare of tho city, in a space one hundred feet square. What town in the United States can beat that? Rr. Rev. Bishop T. U. Dudley will hold services at the Church of the Nativity next Sunday morning and evening. The rite of communion will bo administered and a number of candidates confirmed. The street railway tracklayers are at work in East .Maysville to-day, and are making fine progress. At the rate tho work is going on it seems very probable that tho entire road will be finished and in running order not later than the first of July. The ladies of the Presbyterian congregation at Washington ill given strawberry super and icecream festival at the old court house, next Thursday evening, to which the public is invited. Tho admission is fifty cents and there will be no other charge. Among the flags displayed to-day is one at Burgess & Nolin's establishment that belonged to tho Bozari's Grays, a company of tho State Guard, organized at Germantown about the time the late war began. We are informed that it is to be deposited at the Historical Society rooms. Two well executed crayon drawings by Anna Frazee, a Miss of twelve years, and on exhibition in Morrison & Kack-ley's show windows, have attracted much attention. They are very life-like and show considerable genius on tho part of the young artist. Tho littlo lady i3 a daughter of Dr. J. M. Frazee. The colored folks have made arrangements to run an excursion train from this city to Frankfort, on Sunday, tho 10th proximo, the occasion of tho holding at that place of tho Lexington District Conference of the Baptist Church. Tho fare is $2.50 for tho round trip. A special conch will be provided for all white persons who may desire to go on this excursion. The procession to tho cemetery will move promptly at two o'clock and will consist of Haucke's Heed and Brass Band, Joseph Ileiser Grand Army Post, tho city and county officials, Emmet Rifles and soldiers who havo been honorably discharged from tho Federal service. Tho graves of tho Union dead, about thirty-five in number, will bo garlanded with flowers with interesting ceremonies. The Philadelphia Inquirer, in noticing tho dfeath of Dr. Benjamin Phister, who was a nephew of tho late Conard Phister, of this city, says: Dr. Benjamin Phister, who for more than years wan well known in this city as a highly superior ami most successful DhyMolnn, tiled on Friday lost at his residence on the south-west corner ot Twelfth and Green streets, Bgcd about Illty. Ho uiaduated in 1850, at the Jturornon Medical College, and speedily secured a largo practice, which ho owed to tho distinction earned lor him by Ills professional knowledge and skill, particularly us an obstetrician. His pleasant and Denial manners ami his devotion to his pro sessional pursuits brought him many patients who reposed in him an absolute confidence fully Justified by his fidelity and success. The city council at tho meeting last Monday evening had tho opportunity to abate tho hog nuisance in this city, but failed to do it by a decided vote. A motion made by Dr. Martin to have the committee on Laws and Ordinance prepare a law prohibiting hogs from running at largo in the streets, was defeated by a vote of three for and seven against the motion. The council has thus voted to continue a nuisance that is a disgrace to tho city, an annoyance to the citizens and generally complained of by the people. In no other city in tho land of the size and pretensions of MaysviUu is such a nuisance allowed to exist. Hundreds of hogs liny bo seen any day on any of tho streets. They invade tho business houses and private residences at will ami there is no remo ly against their depredations. Wo have seen horses upset on the street by them, sucks of grain dragged out of tho grain warehouses, gates of gardens lifted from their hinges, fences broken down, and on one occasion one of our aged and well known citizens, while sitting in his family room with tho members of his family, thrown down and severely hurt by nn immense hog that had taken a fancy to walkthrough his house. Ilundieds of such occunenccs can be cited and can bo seen every day in the city of Maysville, where tho hog is an honored ami protected part of the population. Ami all of this is permitted by the city because it is desired to utilize the hog to consume the filth that is thrown into tho streets, and thus save the money it would cost to remove it as other civilized communities do. The Rev. Jerry Withcrspoon, of Jackson, Tenn., who was formerly pastor of tho Southern Presbyterian Church, of this city, was very cordially received by his old congregation and friends oji his first visit to them in a lapse of nearly three years. The eloquent young divine preached two able discourses on last Sunday, to a large and appreciative audience, that tested the full seating capacity of the church: He is foremost among tho rising pulpit orators of the day, and a life of great usefulness is before him. Since ho has been laboring with the Presbyterian Church in Jackson, its membership has been doubled, requiring the enlargement of the church into a substantial and entirely new building. He holds a warm place in the hearts of his Mavsville friends. The meeting of the committee of ladies to take in hand the decoration of the graves of the Confederate dead in our cemetery, was held at the appointed hour last Tuesday, and permanent arrangements were effected. There will he a called meeting of this coniinittee at the rooms of Mrs. Lauia Dimmitt at four o'clock on Friday afternoon, June the 8th, to further complete their work. All ladies named in the original committee, and such as will he invited to assist thorn, are urged to meet promptly at that time. The committee also request all friends hereahout tha county and city, who do-sire to contribute flowers, to bend them to Mrs. Dimmitt's or tho Neptuno Hall early on Monday morning, June the 11th. Sales of Land. The following changes in the ownership of land have been recorded at the office of the Clerk of tho County Court, since our last report : Walter N. Grimes and wife to Burton II . Cruey, 12 acres and 20 poles ou tho Ohio river; consideration Si") and other consideration. Oushrod Hughes to Mrs. Frances Hughos 53 acres of land on Cabin creek ; consideration 81 Ac. JoMuh Lindsay and wife to It, A. Lindsay, Nacres 1 rood and IS polos of laudon the North Fork; consideration $2,539. J.F. Barbour to Goorge M.CUuger, Blots in Chester; consideration $150. PERSONALS. The Hon. Martin P. Marshall, we regret to learn, is no bettor to-day. Elder It. C. Iticketts, who has been very sick, is reported to be bettor to-day. Dr. John Shaukleford is visiting his son, Elder John Shaukleford, at Lexington. Dr. Malloy, of College Hill, Ohio and Mr. Ciaven, of Cincinnati, were visiting friends hero on Monday. Accident Insurance. Accidents will happen iu all occupations and situations. They will happen whether you travel or not. Thoy cost money, valuable time and even life. Accident Insurance costs but u small premium. It guarantees $1,000 to $10,-000 in case of accidental death, or a weekly indemnity. $3,000 tickets at 23 cents a day 30 days for SI 50 Apply to M. F. Mahsu, Agent, Library Building, Sutton Street. i .in i. The opinion of the goneral public in regard to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is confirmed by clergymen, lawyers, public speakers and actors. All say it is tho best remedy that can bo procured for all affections of tho vocal organs, throat and lungs. Tun Southern Presbyterian congregation will hold services at the Baptist Church, next Sunday morning and evening, tho Rev. S. II. Chestor, presiding. .i m M BoiiJ3, blotches, pimples, ahd all skin diseases, are quickest cured by cleansing tho blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. COUNT V 1'OI.VIS. doveu. On Saturday lat tho Kornkrnrkera bio ball club, of tills town, visited Georgetown, O.. for the purpose oi playing a tuutaii guiut with the lSiickiyes,oi that place. Wain in- luijuiuu wuu uiu uHiue, oui nine innings were finally concluded . The ICornUraoKw.s were victorious by a More of 15 to 8. The following is the score by Innings : 1 2 3 4 G 6 7 8 0 Koriikraekers 1 0 1 1 :i I u 2 ii-15 Buckeyes 1 u 2 'J 0 2 u U 1-8 SHANNON. Miss Lutle Proctor has returned home from Fern Lent, Quite u number of our citizens attended the dUtilet conference at Hchiou Chinch last week, and repoita pkasant meeting. Some lew of our tiadlus men attended county court at Flemlnstnirg, on Monday The Invest hall storm that has ever visited tliis country made Its appearance in this section last Sunday atone o'clock, Hall stones iroin theMzeof a tmublcto tho size ofa hen's egg fell to cover tho ground, and spouts leading tho water of on" tho roots tiotu twelve to fifteen freet square poured out fiom three to five bushels of pure Ice. Mr. hen Wood, of Fein Lwif, made his Kemlmoiulily visit to lMeasaut Home lust Sunday. Mr. Charles Hland and sons sold to Stiles Ihos their crop or tabaeco at various pi let. Hinwiiliigifc viarshall claim to have older-ed two tons of ulmuill of Owen A Uarkley,) for the purpose of hnlldtnu the Leni.o pm. out tall savings fence. The also claim to nave put Hall up In thN county Mrs. Ellas Collin, we are much gintllled to chioiilcle, Is convalescing. A conversation oveihnnrd from one who 'it leaded the dNtrlrt meeting at ilebion " My vocabulary Is notsutllclently cultivated, to enable mo !oinikeuuoi the KiulUn hui' aune iu a manner In which I would like to return my he.irtt'nlt thaul to i e aenerous and hnM)talle people o ITebiou, for the Myio lu which they entertained us during the meeting' I, x. L. OMiNVIM.K, LKW1S COUNT V. John O. Fee, ot Beiea, with .1. F. Hiowne, came last LoidN Day, 17th, and made a living visit. U.S. Gillespie is en land mr his bam. Scott and Joseph Gillespie ate buildlim a house not mr from their ntliui's. ui course It Is to be a hatchelor's hall. Ill laic business at Kin & McNu It's mill. KKKN I.K.U'. Tho prospect of larmeis in this section is rather UaU'erluQ at Iho present t me. Wo had a heavy rain on .Moudav night which was no omoaulcd m wind that blew down some fence and a frw tree-. Mr. Hayes Thomas hn. i;one to NVw Harmony, Ohio, for a visit of a v weeks. We noticed that Mr. Clarence .Sal let has so fariecowred from tho iuuiium ttnu hh had thoMpowerMoi;et Oulou luH Sattiidavev u lug. Peck'.s Bad Hoy" wa a rou I IhnI Frldav night and hung upaMgu" iu front oi tin residence of Madison WoilMiigt'.n, iitieilog the piohslounl eivlceoi u.. v xev to tho community us phyleinti nuil urguoii; lu consequence oi which w lmv hhtnl m eral pcr.sous speak of uivhu ho doctor a call, Ctiaille Calvert has a holy irMH namH "t'huille WuIJlutffmd;"n IeM w iw t lm out ildlig with a 1 ul a I u s net on, afternoon when we aked him wimlt with him, he Mild It wis Charite Well our much talked of n'-i' lm beeuasuccevs In evey respect I he jr iicli li has been excellent, and the hospliaMc people of the nolghhorhood have elegantly the from dltleient localities, who have been ho numerous that space will loibl I that we uittnlion all, b it we will give a few names ot thost who came fromadlsta ce. Among some ol Mis. Jo Klilc's guests wereHev Mr. Benton and family, Hev. Z. Meek, edltorof the Central Meth dUt. Hev. Mr. .Sinw. of Flemlnirshnrif. How P. J. Nugent, and H. HaiWon Kennedy, of I Carlisle, Charles Nine, oi Mt. Caunl and Mi. Belie lotion, and Mis laitle Piiue. .u uiAif ruwer, oi nas oeei theguei oi her nut, Mrs Jume Bee-. Soium of tho visitors that weretoiiilou with Mr. Powell ;oweuf weie Hev. win. ShoeiiiUh, and John Oweib, ofTllton, .Mis. D iv miti Mrs, Dlsher, of Mt, Olivet, and MKs Trl'.'gauU FiankBlai)d.of .ardN. Miss HatMe Dwlie and Mis. Oraves Asbiuy. of and Miss Lutle Proctor, ol .Shannon, were among Mime of Mrs James AhuryN guests. Your correspondent, Hev. M. I). Ite-no WW, has told you tliroivjh the columns of mo now niceiy ne was eutenuiiiei ai Irs. Sallee's, and we can assure you that Mrs. .Salleo was equally well pleased with hei guest, as Kldor HeynoMs is as pleiiMint, socially as ho Is lntetestlug as a speaker. 1 believe that he did not tell you In hN cones pondence that ho preached on Thursday to the laigest audience that was on tile giouud during tho Conference; his text was from 'Jud Timothy, 4th chapter, (it h to 8th verses Inclusive. All that were ho foitunate as to hear the sermon pionounced it very flno, both lu conception and delivery. Hev. Mr. Pollltl delivered an excellent discourse ou Thursday evening. In which he gradually piot rayed the duties and anxieties of the tiue, pastor in regard to the flock o' which he has charge, from tho following word : " I have no greater Jov than to hear that my children walk lu tiuth." The Conference closed on Thursday, but tha meeting still continues with unabated interest. The Hev. W. P. Power, Is assisted by Hev. Win. Shoesmlth, Mr. fcihoesmlth is a young man. full of vigor, audseems bo giving all his energy to Ills Master's cause. His sermon ou last Sabbath was preached from this text: "Goyolnto the vlnevnrd." The subject being work in its broadest sense, which he handled with a master touch. Ills styln U clear, practical, and comprehensive, and withal very impiesslve. As we are all acquainted with the pastor It Is not necessaiy to say anything of him, for we all know that he accomplishes good wherever he goes. We would speak of other ministers and of sermons they dellveied, but Elder Reynolds gave you tho proceedings no to ThursOav evening, and we JuM began where he left oir. We will close bv savlnir that tho meeting of tho District Conference of tho M. E. Church, South, at Hebron, will be an epoc long to be remembeied by all who had the pilvllego of attending. P. E. M. Said a well-to-do Miss to n Cleveland Herald reporter tho other day: "I think there are few girls whose expenses for clothinjr exceed $200 annually. My expenses do not amount to more thnu'that, and I have to hire nearly all my sewing done. Tho items would be: Two tailor-made dresses, $150; a silk dress, SCO; underclothing, Slo tlmt is to say, tho materials could bo bought for that; huts and bonnets, SC5; uloves, $10; shoes, $14; incidentals collars, culls, laces, stockings and other articles would not amount to more .than $(i0. Some years tho expenses niiuht run up a little higher as ti now circular or cloak would become necessary, but the cost of the average young lady's apparel will not exceed $200 very often." OXTY XTETVES. Adveitlsemonts Inserted under this heading 10c per Hue for each luseiilou. Try Langdon's City Butter Cm' kers. o -- New stylo Stockinette Jerseys nt Hunt & Doyle's. ' marddly Lines and Mohair ulsters, largo lot, also Jap parasols 13 cents each, at Hunt & Doyle's, - New stylo laco curtain poles, red Scotch shading, shade' fixtures, Ac, at Hukt& Doylc's. If you wish the whitest and most delightful bread, ask your grocer for " Old Gold Patent Flour," made by Robinson & Co. 'a New Process Boiler Mill. iulo Tnv "Old Gold Patent," the finest, whitest and most satisfactory flour ever oilered in this market. Manufactured by Robinson & Cus New Process Roller Mill. mavl4 To Huyer.s of Clothing. I take this method of informing my friends in Maysville and vicinity that I am now with C. R. Mahley & Co. The mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All orders forsuits, goods &t, sent in my care will receivo my personal attention. Goods will ho sent on approval to responsible parties otherwise C. O. D. Goods will he exchanged, if not satisfactory, or money refunded. Fine dress suits to hire for halls, weddings, &c. X, I). MAItSH, WithC. R. Mahley & Co., Cincinnati, O. ni3d2iii. .11 iltltlKD, Mny3ftt'f IS, at tho Catholic Church, till s city. Miss MAUYO'MAUA to Mr. THOMAS S u. hii'kkv, nil or laysvllle, Ky. IUKI). At her homo on Lawrence Creek, Mason couniy, ICy., May ;otb, IKS., Mrs. MAHTHA McNUrT, in the dxt -third year of her age. She Joined tho vlethodHt chinch in earlv Hie, Hm ever afterwards proved to the world by her godly wa k and convention that nuu had been with Jesus and learned of him. She wnhn good woman and was held lu hteii es. teem by all who knew her. No one doubted her plerv. Her characte. under the Influence of Divine O race, was niot beautlfullv lovempeii. mho was religious lu her home- nftfftHUellnJ ,n h,er IIInro P"Ue life. She I was ever ivudy o do an act of kindness or a deed of love. Her life was devoted to thn good orotheis. Now she rests from her labors and her woikdo follow her. We havo every evidence to believe that she lias eutered upon the saints' everlasting rest. May Ood bless the children and grandchildren, and loving friends who mourn her Io, and havo them all at last in Heaven. F. H. Poi.htt. KETAIL XAKKET. Corrected dally by G. W. Grisel, grocer, street, Afaysvllle, Ky. FX.OOK. .jliUKStoutv.. $ 7 05 Maysvl W Family (j 25 Old Gold 7 (0 County j 2o Kentucky Mills q oo Mult' vm lb(irSS "r 3 15 Ki.. wut 16- Meal V peck ,..- H ' hleKens ,o!r "' 75 C ii. 1 Oil, ty gal io ugai.giautllated V ll ... ., , 10 yellow y m y9 iiuns, cured V lb ifi liacon, bleak lust V t 15 Hominy, gallon a Beans gallon 4 Potatoes V peck i'ntVi I2rtilfi VaiuMliiirwt Kms Concord tiuynvllle lnll l'uokel, II AX III Bhuck Hkddkn, C'ltpt. H. L. HllUCK. Cleik. leves vantebuig dally at 0 o'clock a.m. for Maysville, weaves .Miivsviin n:u n. m. 1 1 onnects at Manciiester with stage lor West f ujiitiu. or passuge uppiyou uoard. 'lmlMiuitt 1'oriMin inilt ma: MunTyA Poiucroy Packet Company. JOHN KYLE, Piesldent. Lr.wis Ulknn, tecietaiy and Tieasurer. C. ami O. it. It. PACKETS fc'or IIuiitiiitoii.l'oiiioroy.uiHl all way Land in ks. TELEGRAPH, MoiuTn and Thursdays 5 p. m. LEIOTWOUU, Tuesdnys and Fridays, 5 p. in. UUSTU A.Wednesdays and Saturdays, o p.m. Portsmouth. all Mnll nnd Wtiv f.nmtlnu lJUNANZA, TueMhiyH.ThuiwdayH Hai'y.s, I '111. MaVHVille. All Mittl nnd Wiiv ..nwllmru MOHNINU' MAIL, tlully (Suiidiiysexeeptetl) Leave Clnduuatl in. Maysville, I p. m. 1 llaik rioiijiu received 011 boat. C.M.HULLOWAY. TTv:BfcHflHPb Superintendent, WA ri.l Iluruess makers. Good wages TT and steady employment. Apply at ouce by letter or In perhou. PEUKINS, t'AMPIJELL A CO. mSdkv5t OJjiud 01 Main Ht., Clnclnjiatl, O. rAXTi?Iro borrow i,m for'tweTve TT months, by inortKiie on best of cliy pioporty. Xurfulre at m25 THIS OFFICE. FOR KEXT. 17OH UK XT Three or rive rooms to small : family. Apply at aliodtf THIS OFFICE. FOIt NAXE. 170K No. 1, Clminplon Keaper 1? in good lupalr. Will be holdat a lm run 1 11. IiDXKlAwlW M VALL, HILKV & PoHThJH. J7OK NAM;-A deniable residence in ; Maysville, well located, tor 33.UOU. ui'JSdiw1 I'UUllKA su, lOK beantilul Show Case., 1 j viinoou oiovo aim 1 ulk, uuuaoie lor a More. Apply to A, H. GLASCOCK. A CO. niyLMdlw 170 It nam: FoiirleeuTiieo dwellings. All : Wll located. Also, a uunihur ot building lots In Chester, For prices and term. Apply to M. F, MAKfcU, mlSdtf Library HulldliiK, Siuton street. 170K NAIi: Desirable urick residence on : Second street, contalnlni; nine looms and kitchen, with yaid uttaehed, m leet front by 110 deep. in&fcUiw J NO. C. AHAMSOy. I70K NAM: A good Cookluy Stove ami ; utensils. Call at Thomas Tudor's tin sloio Second street, between .Market and Limestone. luayTdtf excluume 111 I; aciesof laud near churches on Lawrence creek, lor a nouse and lot in Chester. Apply to M.F. MA US If, ml2 Library HuildlnK, Sutton Stieut, FRANK R. PHISTER Has ust received 500 copies of A Treatise on the Horse Ami IHS DISEASES, By Dr. B. J. KENDALL. PRICE 2oc. Tho best work for tho money published. Address mull orders to KHANIC It. PHISTER, myOdifcwtf Maysville, Ky, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE SUN NTERESTING. IS ALWAYS Imoiii morn I nir to morning and horn weelc to week TIIK HUN" pilots a continued story of the lives of real men and women, and of their deed, plan, loves, hates, and tumbles. Thh ttoryls more Interesting h'tn a yy tomnuce that was ever devised Suhcilptlot : IMII.V (i pages), by mail,o.V.a uiuntlivor0r0n vear; unpav (8 pages). SI.'JU per ytar; Wkkiclv (8 pages), sl.ua uer year. I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, N. V. City. PUBLIC SALE. rK will oner at Public Hale on Tuesday, June 01 h, at I wo o'clock, p. in., at our tanlage Hictory, a TiolllngHnlUy, the pi op Hity of Frank Camden. It will be -old to pay for the repiilrri. Wl LSON A DILTKICH. miSdlm NOTICE BRIDGE BUILDERS. PROPOSALS will be leceived fiom this L date till the 13th ol June lor building a budge on tho dlueHunand AndervonV Ferry turnpike Hoad over Lawrence cieok lour miles oelow Maysville, Ky., nt which time it will bo given to the lowest and best bidder. hach proposal mint l accompanied with a plan of the bildue. The company leei ves tho right to i eject all bhN If not satisfactory. I will show the .situation toany onedesiilng It, , , ISAAC IMCOG, President. IRInlov Heocopy untlj the loth uuiUeiid bill to tills ofllcu.J LEGAL NOTICE. MU. CHAHMCS H. COOPEH has mrde an assignment toG. .S. Judd, for the benefit of Ulsciedltors, who are hereby notified to tile with the assignee thdr demands against the estate, pioperiy verified. nniy;Jdfewliu U.S. JUDD, Assignee. PROPOSALS will be received until May L 'IHlh loreiecilmr a nrlimirv sclnml hnlld. ing in oerueeu, unio. For spec. flcatious call on or address the underslgne (I J. W.l'liKKSMA. T. F. HILL, jllu UdiugCom. U. H.PEHHV. THE PtACKTO GLT CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE ORl,Jr.'s, rncliUIdly HUTTON STUhET. A ft I Ahsolntlr hirmtoiiT Rttmrt K I IIMIIInll" tl'.VDj wKreeuau.V' rfumer, m;fr.lS4 W.4thSt.,Cln, Tio. JL B, GLASCOCK t CO M -Is the best place to get bargains in- DRV GOODS. EQUITY GROCERY. G. AV. GEISEL, So. 9,H'. SecoiMl M.,Opp,4iern Hoime, Frultsand Vegetableslu season. Your respectfully solicited. IHdlv Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have lust received their Spring Stock of Domestic Gotdof the lateststyltw, prices reasonable and work the best, airjly A Spociii.. tor all DIsoojos of tli c KIDNEYS. R LIVER. A CRAVELSNA. BLADDER. V v A Pilla, 36 Doseft, Sl.OO J. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnati, O. Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price. J. C. Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, IMIXTS,01I.S,VAHIKII, and HEADY JIIXKI 1MIXTS, WALL PAPER. Carpet I?xixei AND WINDOW SHADES. 14,508 iioxes sold in a year by OWE DrusKist of Act Directly on tlic Liver. CriiKs C111LL.H asm Vkvku, I)vser.rHM, sick Ili:.iciiic, liiLioirh colic, HifKPMATiNit, Pilks, Palpitation OF TIIK UKAIIT, I IZZINI.KS, TOIUMD MVKII, C'OATEOTONOUK. RLKKLteNK.SS. AND ALT, DlMKVHKSOK TIIK Ll VIMl AM) HTOMACH. If you no iiotieul very wuu," a single pill at sthnulfUt's the stomach, restores thenppetlto. lmpurtsvltfor to the system. ' . E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. iEGAL NOTICE. IE undersigned having been duly ointed by tho Mason County Oourt ua tulstrator of the Citato ol Mrs. Lizzie lp, deceased, and qualified an such, all 1 having claims agalust her estate are notified to present them properly to tho said administrator for pay- nllwlru G,S. JUUI), Adiu'r. w