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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 31,1883. WttENE'rcn your children run awny, And you would huvo 'em buck, Just Round let Hob Browning know, And put lilm on their truck. You'll lliid you won't bo broken up, Nor nny tears bo shedding, For Bob ho buckles down to work, And there ain't nny wedding. The street railway truck was laid yesterday as far as the Eagle Plow works in East Maysville. Boils, blotches, pimples, a lid nil skin diseases, are quickest cured by cleansing the blood with Ayer's Sursaparilla. . - . j Twenty jiood horses are wanted immediately for the street railway. Apply to V. II. Yancey, at Yancey & Alexander's livery stable. Tin: "boys in blue" made a very creditable appearance yesterday. They kept step to the tnufeic and marched like old veterans as they are. Tnn the stenmer Virgio Lee has been seized by the United Marshal at Cincinnati. Her passengers and freight passed lip on the telegraph yesterday. John Wm:i:t.i:u's business house on Market street, is being painted inside nnd very much improved in appearance. Prof. James Bergcr is in charge of the work. m It ia arranged that the general officers in the proposed decoration services of the 12th of June, are to ride veteran horses which went through the whole war in the Confederate army. The committee on arrangements appointed at the last meeting of the ex-Confederates of this city, are requested to meet this afternoon nt 3 o'clock, at the law office of Stanton & Larew. The following marriage licenses have been issued in Brown County, Ohio, since our last report : Phillip Linn nnd Lucy Roemer. Wullaco Bnker nd Atinn Burr. John Conner and Snllle Furxerson. The electric light machinery at the Knitting "Works is now run at a faster speed, which increases the volume of light and renders it more brilliant. It may be seen in operation this evening from eight to nine o'clock. Mas. "Wilson and Miss Rosa Anderson, of Dover, were in the city yesterday, and placed flowers upon the graves of Charles P. Rosser, J. J. Ross, Thomas Hunt, Mrs. Thomas A. Respess and others. The decoration made by these ladies was very beautiful. The Bank of May&ville is keeping up with the march of improvement. Papering and painting has been going on there for several days past and things are beginning to assume a very inviting appearance. The improvements will be handsome and in the best taste. Major IIenuy T. Stanton has been invited to be present nt the ceremony of decorating the graves of ex-Confederates, on the 12th of June, and is expected to deliver on that occasion an original poem. He was one of tho first who went from this place into the Confederate service, where he remained until the close of the war. The Christian Church at Washington has succeeded in effecting an arrangement with Rev. A. N. Gilbert, by which he will preach in that church every Sun day afternoon at four o'clock. The service will begin promptly at that hour, and those who attend are requested to be punctual, as the construction of tho church makes Into comers a great disturbance. The first sermon will be given next Sunday, Juno 3rd. The decoration ceremonies at the cemetery yesterday were very interesting and weie witnessed by a large assemblage of persons, many of whom wero ladies. Tho graves wero beautifully and tastefully decorated, ami an address was delivered by Captain M. C. Ilutchins. An interesting feature of the ceremonies was the placing of flowers upon the gravespf Lieutenant Frank Atkinson and IlPy Pelhain, sodiers of the Confederate) army. On tho 28th inst., a runaway party consisting of two young men named Broh and Peck and Misses Lucy and Bertie Taylor, of Richmond, Ky., arrived in this city for tho purpose of being married at Abordeen. Tho boys worn aged respectively sixteen and seventeen years, and the young ladies fourteen and fifteen. About tho time of their arrival a despatch from their frien'i at Richmond was received by the citj directing him if possiblo to pimwut tho marriages. Deputy Marshal Drowning crossed tho rivor about three 'ock on Tuesday morning, nnd in an intt ..view with Esquire Beasloy, secured hi? not to perform tho ceremony. 3 children, who wero very much pointed, wore sent homo to their p. . tho next day, Suicide. diaries Boyd, living at Ripley, fatally shot himself on Wednesday evening. No cause is known for tho rash act and no further paiticulnrs have been received. Knights Templar. Special assembly of Maysville No. 10, K. T. on Friday evening, Juno 1st, at 7:30 o'clock. Work : Order of tho Red Cross, W. II. Holmes, Em. Com. James K. Lloyd, Recorder. "EK&OXALS. Mrs. A. G. Browning, who has 'been s'ck, wo aro pleased to learn is better. Mr. W. P. Harbesori, of Augusta, has removed to and opened a hardware store ut "Warlord & Fants' old stand. ltitmnvu'. A pair of horses attached to a carringe that were frightened by one of tho large flags on Second street, ran away yesterday afternoon and wrecked the vehicle by running into n lamp post at the corner of Second and Sutton streets. Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Martin, who were in the vehicle, fortunately escaped without injury. Mr. Fred. Schnelle was knocked down by one of the horses and severely bruised, but not seriously. Mn. and Mits. Titos. Hickey, after an entertainment that was much enjoyed by their friends, left by the Bonanza yesterday evening on a short bridal tiip. The marriage ceremony at the church was attended by a largo number of their relatives and friends, Rev. Father J. B. Glorieux officiating. The following is a list of tho wedding gifts: Glftof the sroomhimdsomo set of Jewelry. Mr. uud Mrs. James Hickey bed nnd bedding. Mrs. Thos. Coleman bed, bedding and carpet. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm, O'Marn chlnn set, consisting of forty-six pieces. Mrs. MJchnol Walton silver enstor. Mrs. I'uul Tleruey silver knives and folks. Miss Mury Dougherty ten Net. Miss Anna Douuherty toilet set. Miss Mugp Hickey table linen. Mrs. Thos Dunn clmmbor set. Miss Bridget Mnher cut glnss tumblers, waiter and aullt. Miss Mary Lynch half-dozen dealt dlshe. Miss Kntlo linen, towels and quilt. Mrs. O'Mnra table llren. Miss Annn Mary Breon toilet set. Mrs. W. Hickey lamp. Miss Kate Colouinn two large picture. Sisters ol the Visitation handsome picture. Mrs. nonennnon wnshbowl nnd pitcher. Miss Mary O'Donnell toilet set. Miss Muggle Fitzgerald silver pickle Miss Ellle Mivi Sadie Hickey motto. Msss Kiln Kussell class pitcher. Misses Moggie Kecle, Anna Lynch, Tlllle Schrnder, Delia Hnnley, Mollle Comer, Annn' Craven nnd Wlunlo Comer handsome camp rocking chair. Miss Mary Hickey counterpane. Miss Unry Mornn pnrlor vuse. Miss Kntie Hickey glusses nnd preserve stand. Mr. Joe t'olemnn plcklo dlshe. Mlvs Mnggln Breeu -cake stand. Mls Maggie Kussell lump. Miss Belle Itoden desert dishes Miss Kntlo Kussell preserve dishes. Miss Beltle Chtiin celery glnssps. Mr. Jus. Mnley trull bowl, gravy dish nnd butler ill h. Miss Anna Miller water pitcher. Mrs. Minnie Ulllman fan. Mls .Maggie Murphy silver sugar bowl, Mr. James Hickey pnlr of blankets. Mr. John Hickey toilet set. .UIEllDEKX ITEMS. Was It Mlvs Clinic Bensley or Mr. Carey who was In town lately? Tho farmers say they have hud sufficient rain not to complain. 1'hey have come to n wise conclusion. 'Squire Bensley found the matrimonial bu si u ess in u tloiulshing condition lust weeK. It never rains but that it pours. Homebody was Jenlous .Sunday afternoon nnd yet her devoted sweetheart was on hand. What more could sho desire? But, then, some persons are never suilstled. Mr. Charles Sutton is greatly improving his resldoueo on Second street, and when completed it will be quite an ucijulslllou to tho appearance of Second street. Sunday threool tho most eligible beaux of the town lett ou tho Bostona for Cincinnati. Ere this appears three handsome faces will ugalu be eeu ou Main stteet. It Is not surpi islng that somo of tho Maysville gentlemeu find Aberdeen attractive, as It cantatas home powerful magnets und then they II ml very pleasant of mo in light nights. Alf. Burnett had a small but select audience, owing to the Inclemency of the weather a great many wero detened trom attending. Some, who wero capable of Judging, said the uerformunco was passable, considering it was In Aberdeen. Madam rumor has It that somo of our prominent ladles nud gentlemen nro talking nbout organizing a musical club. Won't that be delightful? as nt some tuturo dny they might give their voices nn airing, which would be appreciated by the pubic. Wo have noticed gontlstnon nro ns fond of telling secrets and can keep them a going wltu a rnpiuity 10 equal nny gin. ."some gentlemen hnvo a most adroit way ol seeking Inlorinntlou Irani somo people, und thoy nro adept In the nil of imparting Information especially when they huvenn object In view. Enon bonnet show was lurgnly attended Sunday by people from every direction. But tho Abeideen young Indies took tho premium for beauty ana style. One gentleman said ho lie counted soyen dents In o o young lady's lint, but thoy woio the most coquettish cui ves that ever framed thosweolest ol luces. Ken tucklnns can't take tho pulm for nil tho beauty. Those who nro so acute in their observation, nnd seem to detect n similarity in style ot willing In the Sunday Morning Call to that of Hlpponu.in tho Boi.i.ktin. All wo can say people would certainly mnko good detectives ast iey haven pecullur propensity In trying to turret out other people's business. Wo hope their etlorts will bo crowned with success. Somo Indies nnd gentlomon woro recently dlsouslng the subject of music nnd us to tho quality ot volcos. Their preference was given to n sweet soprano, and the majority gave tho premium to tho sweet bird-like notes of n certnln young Indy, who possesses a soprano volcoot romuiUablo sweetness. Her praises have been sufficiently sounded In Maysville to know whom wo mean. The Daily Bulletin Is increasing in ovoiy dny. In this town they can hardly Hiipply copies enough for tho increasing demand. Tho "sensation" seems to bo a drawing card, and we shall do our utmost to keep tho 'sensation" going, as wo shall bo only too happy to atl'ord tho Abordooners boiuo diversion from their monotonous existence. IIU'l'ONA. Ir you wish tho whitest and most delightful bread, ask your grocor for " Old Gold Patent Flour," made by Robinson v. Co.'s Now Process Roller Mill. m!5 COUNTY POINTS. MILLWOOD. Mrs. Striker, is sick with (over. Fishing Is the older or the evening. Mr. It. M. Harrison Is In Cincinnati on business. Mr. Burwan, of Cincinnati' gave us a call last week. Sheep shearing has beuun and wool bus been selling for 22 and ';) cents. , Di. MoAlucie, of Missouri, is visiting his uncles, tho Uoodmun brothers. . Several leads of tobacco was delivered last woek, to Wells & Best; Marshall & divert. U.W.Wells went to Cincinnati to attend tho opening of tlie Globe Tobacco Wurehouso. Miss Kntlo Uoss will lenve for Minnesota the 1st ol June, her many friends will miss her. Miss Anna Hord will bent home Fildny, accompanied by llveyuiing ladles from Mays. vllle. 1). H. Lindsay nnd wife returned to XenlnJ Ohio, ulter i pleasant vldt to his mother unit slstei. Dick Ilendleson took severnl bend of flue cuttle to Cluclnuutl, getting u booming price for thorn. It "Shuwco" will conio with n good no doubt he can tlud work iiino g us picklngotr potato biu. WHY HOMK PKOl'LK AllE l'OOTv. Sliver spoons are used to scrape kettles. Collected, popperundsplcesiire lolt to stand nnd lose their strength. Potatoes in the cellar grow, and thesprnuN nol lemoved until the potatoes become worthless Brooms are never hung up and aie oon s oiled. Fine handle knives are thrown Into hot wntui. The Hour Wslltedln wasteful ninniiernud tin breau pan Is lett with the dough sticking to it. Clothe nre left on the lino to whip' to pieces lu the wind. ' Tubs ami barrels ore left iu the sun to diy undrf.ill apart. Dried fruits nro not taken care lu season nnd become wormy. Bags string and paper are thrown Into the the. Purl; spoils for want of sill, nud beef because the biine wants scalding. Hits of meat, veuetables, hi end, cold are tluown aw iy, wiien thev might be w.tuned, steamed and sei ved as good a- inw. Heaktii. mayslick. All tobacco plants large enough will be s t this spell. Robert B. Ynncey Is putting a uew fence in front of his yard. Th Inst cold snip set nil hi ds of vegetation buck aud many of the tender plants were killed. The wheat, although some or It is heading out low, the head are lu id length, ami bid falr lor ti good crop. F. R. WlNon, of Salt Lick. Lew's c.unty. spent a tew dsys with us last week. He io ports the tlhlng good. We had some llgiitnlug ml ni"ti fiom Fleming with us lust week mid het-i lhe. left got a good de.U or llghtnl n m them. Tho meeting nt thei'hrlstlMii Clui'vi ci'od on the nlgut f the night m the .'li with thliiceu Immersions und ilitte We had u heavy hall stoni 1 it Sunday In in nyplteelt is fr im to two leet deep and did couslileixblu duma.e to p nuts nud gardens. Rpv. .M. M. Riley bus has returned fiom his tilpto Lexington and occupied the pulplilustSuudnvmiilnlngn deveiiii., n id will every other Sunday until ihe Baptist Church is completed, which Is being We took In Flemlngburg last Monday There wns a inrgoiittomlance and n goudde.il ot sIolIc on the market and sold lor good The Wizard Oil men wero the center ir attraction. Muysllek and Mhysvllle Were hugely represented. Doctor E. M. tJioos on last Saturdav, while engaged in throwing h tiMle tor Judte Wilson so that he could operate on It toi sme malady, he fell under the mule or the mule fell on him we know not which, and ho was badly hint, but not seriously. We got it from n reliable somen that Dr. am 'bell, ot Vat ceburg, Is the cliamplo i fisherman ol the season, having hung a mo pliieand wasut Ills wits io how ijn iw to iiiniiHge it, but lu the nick ot time Wilson nnd Watts came to Ills assistance. They succeeded In landing the monster and all hands fell upon It and getting It asufllclent distance f otn t tie shore to prevent It from getting into the stream uguln, the Doctor raised Ills voice lu exu'tution which made the hills re-echo fof miles around. He piocnred a two horses wigon and hauled the tlsh to town. 'J he weight of It has not beeu sunt iu yet. OITY IT3ES1VIJS. Advertisements inserted under this heading 10c per lino for each insertion. Try Langdon'8 City Butter Crackers. New style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt & Doyle's. marSldly Linen and Mohair ulsters, largo lot, also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt & Doyle's. New style laco curtain poles, red Scotch shading, shade fixtures, &c, at Hunt & Doyle's. Tky "Old Gold Patent," tho finest, whitest and most satisfactory flour ever ofl'ered in this market. Manufactured by Robinson & Co.'s New Process Roller Mill. I I -- Ml M Accltlent Insurance. Accidents will happen in all occupations and situations. They will happen whether you travel or not. They cost money, valuable time nnd even life. Accident Insurance costs but a small premium. It guarantees $1,000 to $10,-000 in case of accidental death, or a weekly indemnity. $3,000 tickets at 23 cents n day 30 days for$-l 30 Apply to M. F. M.vitsit, Agent, Library Building, Sutton Street. To Buyers of Clothing. I take this method of informing my friends in Maysville nnd vicinity that I am now with C. It. Mabley & Co. The mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All orders for suits, goods &c, sent in my caro will receive my personal attention. Goods will bo sent on approval to responsible parties otherwise C. O. D. Goods will bo exchanged, if not satisfactory, or money refunded. Fine dress suits to hire for balls, weddings, &c. N. B. Maush, With 0. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O. m3(12m. To tlio I'ublic. It is generally known that wo have been rebuilding our mill and equipping it with the cotnploto Gradual Reduction Roller System, under a strict guarantee from ihe manufacturers, that we would make ns good grades, of flour us are nuido in the United States from the same grades of wheat. The superior quality of Mason county wheat is too well known to require comment from us. Our new mill has been in operation since about May 1st, with the most satisfactory results, as numerous testimonials from parties who have given our new flours a trial will attest. Wo claim for our flours now on tho market that they aro second to none produced from .Winter wheat. Our Mason County and Kentucky Brands wo continue to useand nro confident that tho quality of flour put out under these Brands now ail) far superior to our old stone mill flour. Wo have substituted for our Maysville City Fancy, the new name of ', Old Gold" patent. To those who have tried our new flours wo will s.iy, that we will continue to improve them gradually, as a new mill naturally should. It is our aim and object to plai'f upon tho market, flour that can be relied upon tho year around for regular'ty and uniformity in quality. Wo advise all who have not yet tried our Roller Flours to test their merits and j'tulge for themselves. Our flour of all grades will be 'for sale at all Maysville groceries by the pack or barrel. Very Respectiully, Roiiinson & Co. IMMtN. Ill thlscl'y May Jl'i, 1HSI, to tho wife of Mr. John F. Morau, a daughter. RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by (3. W. Geisel, grocer sr'oud stieet, Maysville, Ky. FLOUK. Limestone 8 7 25 Maysville Fnmlly 'li Old Gold 7 (X) Mason County 9 25 Kentucky Mills 0 U0 16C0 r .$ 15 Kgs. ftilo 10 Meal (i peck ui i hlckei.s 3005 Mihises. lancy 75 C -.l Oil, V gul 20 granulated V tt h A.fclti 10 yellow tr. H&0 Hams, sugar cured t ft i& Uncoil, break last IA 15 tiMin.ny, V gullou 2i Beans ii gallon 4' peck 25 Cnrtef 12(I5 t uiicelinrK. Itoini. 4'otit'onl nut Uit.VHVIIIo Dully I'acUol. II A. If V ,Buuoe Redukn, Cupt. R. L.BliUCK, Clerk. Leves vunceburg dally nt 5 o'clock a. iu. lor Maysville. it.HllVeS .MllVKVlllt Kill II. III. onuects at Manchester with stuue tor Vest I'd, on. For Irelghtor pnssage nppT on board. Cliieiiiiintl, l'orlNiu mil. Hit; .sandy A I'oineroy Packet Company. JOHN KYLB. President. Lf.wis Ulknn, Secietiuy and Treasurer. ('. ami O. K. It. IWCKKTS For IIitiitliifclou.l'onieroy.iiiHl all way l.auUliiK. TELEGRAPH, Mond's nndTnursdoysS p. in. hLEKTWOOD, and Krl mys, 5 p. in. IU isTONA, Wednesdays und Snturdnys, 5 p.m. Portsmouth. nil Mull nud Way Landings. BONANZA, Tuesilnys.ThuiMlays Sut'y.s, 12 m. Maysville. All Mall nnd Way Landings. MORNING MAIL, dully (Sundays excepted) i.euve Cluclnuutl l::!0 n, m. Maysville, I i. in. '""nil. -l Fielglit received on rtji(gjrj bout. U. M.HOLLOWAY. .sWBiiw Superintendent. W.AXTTS. hoad ol good Hois. s and Mares, to be used on the Htieei Rullioud. Apply to W.H. YANCEY, at Yancey & Alexander's livory stable. liinyaOdAwlw. Uurness mukers. Good wnges W.1XTEI employment. Apply at once by letter or In person. PERKINS. CAMPBELL & CO. niSchtwot. 02 aud 91 Mnln St., Cincinnati, O. FOR JRKIVT. RENT The old Blerbower home. Contains five rooms uud kitchen, pautry and cellar. Lutely rouovuted and in complete repair. Apply to in31di!w G. ti. JUDD, Court Htroet. KENT Three or nvo rooms to small Foil liunlly. Auplyat aWcltf THIS OFFICE. FOItSAlLF,. No. 1, Champion Reaper 1.AOH 1 good repair. Will be bold ut a bargain. UlCOd&wlw MYALL, RILEY & PuRTblt. OR EXCHANGE-Will oxchango 11 1.1 ncresof Innd near churches ou Lawrence creek, lor a House and lot in Chester. Apply to M. F. MARSH, mI2 Library Building, Sutton street. 1lOR S.ll.K A desirable residence in JL? Maysville, well located, for S3,u00. m'28dlW COCHRAN & SON. OR .SALE Two beautitul Show Cases, 1 I? Ciuinon tstovo and 1 dodt, sultublo for a store. Apply to A, R. GLASCOCK &. CO. niyiMdlw Fourteen nice dwellings. All ; well located. Also, u number ot building lots Iu Chestor. For pilcesund terms. Apply to M. F. MARSH, nilsd tf Library Bulldln g, Sutton streut. NAEE DeslrobloDiIck residence on 7 Second street, contnlnlng nine rooms nnd kitchen, with yard attached, 00 teot front by 1 1 U deep. J NO. C. ADAMSON. I" 7 OH MAKE A good Cooking Stove and ; utensils. Cull at Thomas Tudor's tin store second street, between Market and Limestone. ninyTdtf FRANK R. PHISTER Has ust received 500 copies of A Treatise on the Horse And HIS DISEASES, By Dr. B. J. KENDALL. PRICE 25c. The best worlc for the money published. Address mall orders to FRANK It. PHISTER. myOd&wtf Maysville, Ity. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THF $IIM INTERESTING. is ALWAYS From inornlne to morning und Horn week to week THE SUN pi hits n continued story or the lives of ical men and women, and of their deeds, plnn. loves, hates, and tioubles. Ihtixtoriii more interesting' linn a y romance that wan ever devised. Subcilpllou : Daily (1 pages), by mall, 53c. n uioiuii.ortfUSnii vear; Sunday (8 pages), SI..H) per year; Wkkkly "(8 pages), SI.UO ner year. I. NV. ENGLAND, Publisher, N. Y. City. PUBLIC SALE. rE will niter at Public Sale on Tuesday, W 1 .TlllWt Oni lit I Un i'rtfiif t ll tit fllll Can Inge Factory, n Trotting Sulky, the prop- ity ol Frank I aniden. It will be -old to pay for the, repairs. Wl LSON & DIETRICH. m2Sdlm NOTICE BR.DGE BUILDERS. will bo leceived from this PROPOSALS date till the 15th ot June lor building a Inidge on ihe Bluo Run nnd Anderson's Ferry Turnpike Road over Lawrence cieelc lour miles tiolow Mnysvllle, Ky., ut which tlmo It will be given to tho lowest nnd best bidder. Each proposal must be accompanied with i plan of the bridge. The company tlie right to leject nil bhls if not satisfactory. L will show ihe situation to any one desiring it. ISAAC PKUOS President. I Rlplov Bee copy until the loth aud send bill to this olllce.j LEGAL NOTICE. CHARLES H. COOPER has made an MR. assignment toG. S. Judd, for the benefit ot lilsciedltors, who aro hereby notitled to tile with tho assignee their demnuds ugnlust the estate, pioptrly verified. inny3d.S:wlm G. S. JUDD, Assignee. NOTICE. TROPOSALS will 'be iccelved until Mny 1. 2stli lorerecilng n primary school building nt Aberdeen, Ohio. For snec'trcntlonscall on or address the uuderslgneu. J. W.CHEESMAN.1 T. F. HILL yiniuuingcom. O.H.PERRY. THE I'f.ACKTOUET CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE O Rl, Jr.'s, mchSldly SUTTON STREET. 11 LlIlkliB At4tateljrhinnlc(i t 1 EJ I I 1 L llUl IfdruRtl.thiun'l K I IIMIIinil" toFnemiUerfuiner, 111 lllll lllll 'a'fr.lW W.4tUSt.,t'in.. no. WkVllWIIlMi butUo ; 4, axvreu paid, $1. I R, GLASCOCK & CO i! Is the best jilnce to get bargains In- drv ao ops. ZEstablisiiea. 1SS5. EQUITY GROCERY. X. (,W. Secoiul St., 0p. Opera House, . I5L7E". Fruits and Vegetablesiu season. Your respectfully solicited. llldlv Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have Just received their Spring Stock of Import edund Domestic Goods of the latest styles, prices reasonable uud work tho best. uu'JIy A Spec iu tor all Disotues of the c KIDNEYS. K LIVER. A CRAVELIRIA. I URWARY BLADDER. M Okga.ns. A Pills, 36 Dosen, Sl.OO J. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnati, O. Sent by mall postpaid on receipt of price. J. C. Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, FAINTS, OILS, VAUXIK1I, and READY MIXED FAINTS, WALL PAPER. Building; I?npsi, Carpet t'npcr, AND WINDOW SHADES. j 14,00b Boxes sold in a year by OWE urujjHiBi' ui HMjiiiiMll Act Directly 011 tlie Liver. Cuhk.s Chills and Kkvku, Dyhi'ei'si. HICK UKXDACIIE, 1IIL.IOUS IJOLIC, UirnUMATISM, I'lLKS, I'ALl'lTATION OK THIS ilKUlT. PlZZIS'KSS. Tdltl'ID I.IVEK. COATKnToKOUE, SlEKl'LKtrtNKSS, AND ALU DlSUASUSOF TUB LlVKll ANO STOMACH. If you do not "feel very wult."ti slnglo pill at stlinulatos the stomacb, restorca the appetite, Impurts vigor to tlie system. R. E. SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh. Pa. LEGAL NOTICE. rriHE uuderslgned having been duly op-X poluted by tho Mason County Oourt us administrator of the estate ol Mrs. Lizzie Stnllcup, deceased, nnd qualified as such, nil persona having claims ugnlust her estate aro hereby notified to present them properly proven to tho said administrator lor mllwlm G.S. JUDD, Adtu'r.