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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1883. "Here bring your purple and gold, Glory of color and scent ; Scarlet of tulips bold, Duds blue as the llrtnaniout. Hushed Is the sound of the tlfe And the bugle piping clear ; The vivid nnd delicate In the soul of the youthful year. We bring to the quiet dead, ( With ageutloand tempered arlcf ; Over the mounds so muto wo shed The beauty of bossorn nnd leaf. The flashing swords that wore drawn, No rust shall their fame destroy ; Boughs rosy as rltfs ol dawn. Llko the blush on the cheek of Joy. Rich 11 res of the gardens and meads, We kindle these hearts above j What splendor shall match their deeds? What sweetness can match our love?" The people of Ripley have offered a reward of $500 for the apprehension of the murderers of Charles V. Boyd. Messrs. Biemiower & Co. have received in the last few days 103 ;ros3 of glass fruit jars, which is probably the largest shipment of tho kind ever sent Maysville. The firm is evidently expect-a good fruit crop. Ex-Confederates desiring to enroll as members of the Confederate Survivors' Association of North Eastern Kentucky will please leave their names, company and regiment at the Bulletin office today. 0. J,; Hall, Secretary. Quite a sensation was created on Market street, Monday evening, by John Geis "shedding" his coat and boots and starting to the river with tho intention of drowning himself, . He wat stopped, however, and when the horrors of drowning were pictured to him he " cooled off." On Monday afternoon one of the street hacks ran into a buggy containing Mr. James H. Hall and two of his children, upsetting the buggy and frightening the horse which began to kick and completely demolished the vehicle. Mr. Hall and his little ones were thrown out and escaped fortunately with a few slight bruit es. "Old Jim," the veteran horse who is to have an honored place in the procession to-day is twenty-seven years old and is the property of Major Thomas J. who at one time commanded the 10th Kentucky Mounted Infantry and later the 13th Kentucky Cavalry. He was in more than thirty battles and bore himself under fire as gallantly as did his gallant master. He is to be made an honorary member of the Confederate Association and his picture is to bo filed among the archives of the society. The following is a list is of the various kinds of timber found in Lewis county : Black Ash, Sassafras, Sarvice, Linden, Black Locust, Maple, Pawpaw, Hickory, Yellow Pine, Black Gum, Water Birch, Beech, Water Beech, Flowering Ash, Elder, Laurel, Redhaw, Wild Cherry, White Walnut, Crab Apple, Cedar, Ironwocd, Hornbeam, Blackhaw, Thorn Locust Honey Locust, Pigeon Oak, Birch, Black Alder, Sugar Maple, Wild Willow, Hemlock, White Pine, Buckeye, Wild Cucumber, Persimmon, Hackberry, Mulberry, Jack Oak, Chestnut, Plum, White Ash, Blue Ash, Black Walnut, Dogwood, Poplar, White Oak Red Oak, Black Oak, Chestnut Oak, Shumate, Red Elm, Slippery Elm and Sycamore. We venture to say there is no other county in the State that produces so great a variety. Memorial Exercises. The ceremouies of decorating the graves of tho Confederate and Federal dead at the Maysville, cemetery will take place this afternoon under tho auspices of the Confederate Survivors' Association. The exercises will consist of the following : Music by Hnucke's Rewl and Brass Band, " Nearer my Ood to Thee." Prayer. by Rev. Jp'opln'. Frank. Vocal music under the direction of Dr. J. T. Strode. Reading thesncied bcilptures. Vocal music. Original poem, by Haury T. Stauton. MuMc by Haucke's Band. Orutlou, by W. P Larow. Music by tho baud, l,Sveot By and By." Benediction. The piocesSion, in tho following order, will move promptly at two o'clock p. m., from tho grange warehouse at the comer of Wall and Second streets: OUAND Thomas .1. Chenoweth. AIDS. Dr. John M. Frazee, Andrew T, Cox. Hnucke's Reed and Brass Band. Emmet Rltles. Grand Army Republic. Veteran Horses. Ex'Confedemtes. Lady Committee in Carriages. City Officers in Carriages. County Officers in Carriages. Goyerment Otllcars in Carriages. Mlulsters, Speakers, Citizens in Carriages. The line of march will be as follows : Up Second to Market, up Market to Third, east on Third to Bridge, up Bridge to Second, out Second to tho cemetery. Tho ministry of MayBvillo, all ox-Federal soldiers, and tho citizens of Maysville and neighborhood, are cordially invited to be present. County Court Proceedings. J. B. Burgess, C. W. Williams, nnd J. 0. Savage were appointed a committee to examine tho first mile of the Two Mile turnpike road. It was ordered to be certified thatElias R. Ilord is a gentleman of honesty, probity and good demeanor. Thomas Hise qualified as constable in Orangeburg precinct with J. S. Wells, Henry Adam and Nelson Whitaker, as sureties. Richard L. Sowar. qualified as constable in Minerva precinct, with John A. Reed and Samuel Forman, sureties. Perry Jefferson, sheriff, executed bond for the collection of the county levy for the present year, with Joseph F. Perrie, John T. Wilson, John H. Wilson, Chas. B. Pearce, and Thomas A. Respess, as sureties. The last will and testament of Mai tin P. Marshall, deceased, with codicils thereto was produced in court and being proven by the oaths of John G. Hickman, James Barbour, J. F. Barbour and Thomas Power, was admitted to record. Charles Marshall qualified as oxecutor under same. James Marshall, John M. Chambers and W. H. Tarleton were appointed appraisers. The last will and testament of Sarah Cole, deceased, was fully proven and admitted to record. Eliza Cole qualified as executrix. W. J. Tully, Chas. P. Van-ter and W. D. Coryell were appointed appraisers. Isaac M. Woodward qualified as constable in 'iermantown precinct, with John Woodward, surety. W. L. Moran qualified as constable in Maysville precinct, No. 2, with Darius Downing, Charles Downing and J. E. Downing, as sureties. PERSONALS. Major Henry T. Stanton arrived last night. Mr. J. B. Fristoe, we regret to learn, is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Conkey and son, of Kansas City, are the guests of Mrs. Carrie Reeder. Goneral R. M. Gano arrived yesterday and will take part in the Memorial ceremonies to day. Capt. J. A. Jackson, of Mayslick, is in town to-day marching with the boys who wore the gray. Hon. D. K. Weis, of Ashland, Ky is in the city attending the Memorial cere monies at the cemetery. Mis3 Emma Haucke, who has been visiting friends at Hillsboro, Ky., for the past week, returned home Monday. Mr. John C. Kelley, of Cleveland, who has been visiting the family of Mr. J. P. Frinoe returned home on Tuesday. Mr. Howell F. Barkloy will remain at New York one month longer to attend the practical summer school connected with Columbus College. Mr. Henry Green, the popular conductor of the morniug train on the Kentucky Central, has been at home on tho sick Hat for the past several days. m The following sales were made on Monday, County Court day, by Mr. Geo. O. G'gin : i cow - 47 50 l cow 2i oo l cow 41 50 1 cow 61 00 1 cow 41 00 1 horse 100 00 1 horse and colt 70 00 1 horse and colt Tl 00 l reaper V5 'J5 l bull. 21 uu Tub Board of Council of Ripley have enacted an ordinance designed to suppress the social evil in that place. It provides for the. prosecution of all persons who may rent property for improper purposes. Ovbr 1,000,000 bushels of coal were shipped from Pittsburg, on Saturday, for Cincinnati and Louisville. C0UNT1' POINTS. CJEllJtANTOWN. John Shaler sold his nlco mare to E. D. Elliott for 3173. Agents for patout washing machines were in town leceutly. Mr. and Mis. Bert Heir, of Lexington, are visiting, Mr. and Mrs.T. Pollock. Prof. Cowherd's school closed Friday. He and nls tamlly have gone to LiiOrange, It y. O C. Coburti, of Augusta, spent Suuday In our town. Our C. C. t'oburn was In Louisville last week. Miss Gertude Pollock, has returned. She has been intending the Female Institute at Germautown. The Inclement weather prevented the game of ba 1 last Saturday. A game Is aunouueed for next Saturday. Joe Browning was so unfortunate as to severe mash his tluger With a large lump of coal. Mrs. Ann M. Roboy, post mistress ot this place for mauy years has gone to the Masonic Widow nod Orphans- Home at Louisville, Mrs. Robey, having loft town the P. O., Is destitute of a permanent P. M., we hear of two applicants lor tho position. It Is by no means a deslruble one, things are so arranged the the acting P, M received unavoidable impositions trom tho populace, which they uro not backward in imposing. Whoever received the appointment may be able to allay to some extent these impositions, by receiving the total compensation. Mrs. R. not being able to attend tho P. O., a deputy was selected by her, who received but one-half of the compensation. By receiving all, oue will feel more like bearing the burden of the position. Dot, mayhlick. Mitt. Alice D. Orr's school closed last week. Mr. John Clary, of Oyntnlana, has returned home. Tho brick work of Dr. Pary'd house Is completed. Some laborers commenced sotting out to- bacco plants Sunday but their landlords stopped them. Abe Gooding has returned homo from tho Kentucky Military Institute. Miss Lula Gallagher, of Floinlng.sbiira. was visiting at thoStonewnll House last week. MIps Alary Mcllvaine.of Charleston Bottom, Is visiting trleuds In this vicinity. Miss Mamie Stockton, otludlaua, 1m a guest ut the Hopper house, The Baptist chinch Is undergoing thoiouiih rppalrs under the supervision ot Mr. J. R b razer. of Maysville. Porter & Hopkins huve at their saw mill about live hundred walnut logs ready for sawing and a:o buying moro. Two jennets and njack were sold Saturday at public sal', by Perry Jefferson to D. Mitch oil for six hundred dollars. Theji belonged to 0. W. Williams and James Kirk. Messrs. R. L. Fox, George Myall, Thomas Hopper nnd Mastutis Hopper have returned home irom the Kentucky Classical and Bust ness College. The Sunday school children of the Baptist and Christian Churches will have a union Wednesday. thu'Juth, in tho beautiful grove of John T. Wilson. Messis. John Worlulnuton and John Moran have returned from their flshlim expedition to tho State of Lewis and leport catching some weighing Mx pound but the turner ones they lett In the ereen. 'J hoy also attended a on Fly Brauch and had ajolly time. Romeo. shannon. Miss Allle Chanslor, Shannon's belle. Is at tendlug thoconiineiironit at Mlllershuig tliN week. After the she will make nn extensive visit to relatives In Bourbon county. Miss Euiinn Brownlna, daughter or Dr. L. Y. Browning, who has been ntten IIuk college at Inillauapolls, Ind., we are pleased tO!ay, Is at ho no again. MIssps Ollle and Nannie Bland have home fiom CMtlettbuig, wheie they have been attending the Nounai College, under the supervision of Mrs. Wllllanii. Messrs. James Ball and Win. CI,nlor took from tour stnudsoi beijs, one day last week. Mxty pound-, ul honey, and It Is not a good season lor honey eltlic. Miss Jessie Tilton. of Mt. Olivet. on her war home lioni college at Catlettsbui', stopped ii uu looic in me mooniigut rete at Matins mi day. Oi.e of our Shannon boys put louith his bet efforts to make a mash, we hope he will succeed. A great many farmers are about through setting tobacco. It the season Is lavornble there will be inure than an average oi op li. this section. Dr. Gault, ot Murphyxvllle, passed through our village Suuday morning on his way to visit Uucle Geo. Giilbialtu, who Is quite Hi from a don bite. The Misses Rodei, of Washington Washing tou, visiting the families of Mrs. Ellon Moilord and R. F. Gault, last week. Miss Dora Berry xpent last week wl h he" sister-in-law, Mr. E. P Berry, ot .v'ayxhek. Messrs. Win. anil Robert Wiitsou loll for Fiemlny county. Monday, In the of tuelr patent washer It Is n go i wushei. nni no doubt they will find n re.idy sale fo: them, A Very heavy wind and r l'i storm pusswl over this sectllou Sunday. N'. sertoii dam rtgedoueexcepttotl:eyon"ngei hrnoNof.o This Is very trying on which Ismdohved in a urea m number ol female frames. W. J, Clary has no reiftovd hl tove from h'softlce ttils summer. We tli ii h was still looklug fur nuniiier 1 it y dl'ist, but was Informed recently that It whs kepi thre for the benefit of U.tldwlu A 'o.'s agent the damp weather from tnjuilug htsnigaus. TURRETED TERRORS. I'lirnn ?iv IroiMiml Hcxentn of t!v Orcnn It lie. Wamiinuton, Juno 11. Workvill begin at once at Joim H ach's, at Cramp & iiii", at Harlan & Hnllitigsuortli's shipbuilding yards upen tlio machinery for tin three double tur.ctcd monltoi i begun Mien -o long npo, and about wliicl so much !-been 'aid. The last ot tlieni on II. Atlantic coast was launched at W i ! mitijitou last wee.. ITe .ie at the Mm ti'and Yards, San Francitco, will probabl, mi be completed as soon as the other. 'unileistamliiig Is Unit' the cunlrac or putting in the tunoliinery will in eac case be give i to tho ship yard whore tin vessel has liecu so long lying on tin dock. Work was suspouilod on these vessels in, March, 1877, so that thoy have been waiting over six years lor their machinery. I'lioy are the nioni ors which wero l.ejrun by li)beson when Secretary of the Navy. inl about which so tniijli talk has been .ii.ida. They have cost up to this time four of them, the Puritan, Ainphitrite, Mon:idnuck and Tanor SU,G28,5cU For the Jl.OOi'.OjO lias been appropriated. The Advisory Board appointed tc exatiiiuo and report upon them reported that the hulls are of excellent workmanship, fully up to the present standard ot iron ship construction, whilo the flotation of the f'.iritin and beharior of tho at sea fully confirm tho correctness of the calculation of the design. It is easily possible, they say, to complete them, taking advantage at the same time of the recent developments in armor guns, etc.. e'e, without making any radical change in design, so that their speed, endurance battery power, protection and tea-going qualities shall be fully equal to thoso of any foreign iron-clad of similar designed previous to 1870. They can, the board says, be completed to develop all these advantages without making the cost unreasonable. Tho estimated cost of tho machinery for the four vessols, including ono at the Martin's Island Vaid, is as follows: Puritan, $450,000 j Amplntrito, $370,000 j Torror, $870,000; Monadnock, $425,000, The cost of the now changes which tho board recommended will bo, for tho four vessels, $3,000,000, bosido the machinery, making the cost of completion over $4,000,000, and th total cost whon completed nearly $8,000,000. The new Latonla near Cincinnati, was oponed Saturday. The occasion 's k gala day in the three oities of Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, thoro being an immense attendance, fine eport, and a most successful Inaugural. The Evil of Impure Literature. Boston Post. One of the most insidious evils of the day, and consequently tho worst and most diflicult to deal with, is the rapid increast of, impure literature. Our book stores, uews stands and, to our shame be it said, even our private libraries and parlor tables are piled high with this sort of stuff, froln tho flashy story papers and filthy chroniclers of crime to the works of popular novelists, who gild their poisonous pellets with the graces of rhetoric and the flowers of fancy. Tho upas tree ovorshadows all society, and from its venomous branches thoro is a constant drip, drip, drip of acrid poison, vitiating all life. Tho boys and girls of the land aro feeding on this literature to their everlasting detriment. CITY ITIETVES. Advertisements Inserted under this heading 10c per Hue for each insertion. Tky Lungdon's City Butter Crackers. New style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt it Doyle's. mar31dlv Linen and Mohair ulsters, large lot, also Jap parasols lo cents each, at Hunt & Doyle's. The sure effects of Ayer's Sarsnparrilla are thorough and permanent. If there is a lurking taint of scrofula about you, Ayer's Sarsaparrilla will dislodge it and expel it from your system. A wmsKEii dye must be convenient to use, easy to apply, impossible to rub off, elegant in appearance, and cheap in price. Buckingham's Dye for the kers unites in itself all of these merits. Try it. i Moonlight Felt'. There will be a grand moonlight fete at Amazon Hall lot, in East Maysville, on Wednesday, June 13th, to which everybody is invited. There will be a good platform erected for dancing and refreshments of all kinds. Admission, 10 cents for gentlemen ; ladies free. j9 i4t IticiiARD Dawson, ) ,r It. L. Tonoit. Managers. lo Hiiycrs of Cloth Insr. I take this method of informing my friends in Maysville and vicinity that I am now with C. It. Mabley & Co. The mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All orders forsuits, goods &c, sent in my care will receive my personal attention. Goods will be sent on approval to responsible parties otherwise C. O. D. Goods will bo exchanged, if not satisfactory, or money refunded. Fine dress rfuits to hire for balls, weddings, &c. N. B. Marsh, WithC. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O. ui3d2tn. KKTA1L MARKET. oriecteU dally by O. W. OKisKr.. arocfit H ond street, Maysville, Ky. FLODK. L nestone 8 7 25 M HvlUt; Family 6 ii jit Oold 7 VS M moil Uouiuj : (j 60 Kentucky Mills 6 25 Butter. to ;. 12ai5 Lanl.TJl ? 15 KiiH, s.iijz 16 Meul $ peck yj Chickens ', 2oft'W Mobiles, faucy 75 Coal Oil, H ual. 20 SuBHr.KrauuIateU Tjl tt u " A.tytb , 10 ' yellow V ft 8(5,9 dams, sugar cured $ tb 15 Bacon, break last tfc 16 Homliiy.lt) uallon 20 neons vuaitou , 4 Potatoes pecb, uow... 50 Untf 12rtilp DAILY ST AUK LINK. Imvpr Illur I.lcks to .tlnysvlllc Daily. Leave Blue Licks nt 6 o'clock a. 111., and re turning will leave -Maysville at2:30 p. in. Good stage1 nnd S y r,ilTVvWlftfF csuefuldrlveis. JOSEPH h. uitiwr" Cincinnati, Portsm nth. Illur Nniuly 1'omeroy iiickct Compnuy. JOHN KYLE, President. Lewis Glenn, Secretary and Treasurer. C. and O. R. K. I'ACKKTS For IIuntintfloii,Iomoroy,nul nil way Lauding. TELEGRAPH, Moml'ft and Thursdays 5 p. m. FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Frl Jays, 5 p. in. BwSTONA, Wednesdays and Saturdays, o p.m. Portsmouth. all Mall and Way Landlugs. BONANZA, Tuesdays.Thursdays Hat'ys, Tim. Maysville. All Mall and Way Landings. MOKNINO MAIL, dally (Suudoysexceptedl Leave Cincinnati 4:ffl a. m. Maysville, t p. m. neiuni received on O. M. HOLLOWAY. superintendent. Vnnceburif, Rome, Concord. Munches- tor nud JlnyMVillc Dully Packet, HANDY. Bkdcb Redden-, Capt. Loves Vauceburc dully at 5 o'clock a.m. for Maysville. Leaves Maysville 1:30 o. m. Cotiuects nt Manchester with stage tor West Union. For freluhtor passage applyou board. WANTS. A situation as cook by a WANTED woman. Is a good washer and irouer. Apply at Jlldtf THISOFFCE. huve refitted a. building on 1 Fourth street between Limestone and Market, wheie I will carry ontliecarpeuter biuluev and any one wishing any thing lu my lino will please give me call. JSdlw CAPTAIN JACOB MILLER. FOtt KEXT. KENT The old Bleibower home. 17011 five rooms and kitchen, pantry and cellar. Lately leuovuted and In complete repair. Apply to iu3U12w U. ri. JUDU, Conit street. 170 It It EXT Three or live room, to small JO family. Apply nt a'Jodtf THIS OFFICE. FOlt NAXE. OK sAI.E OK small tranie F house .. in uood renalr. on .Second street. ! -4 ' -. !. m Auerueeu, u. t or particulars mq,iire or J12dlw MRS. HUDNUT. NAM: A good .second-hand Mowing Machine. W. C. PELHAM, JUwlt . Maysville, Ky. exchange 17011 of land near churches on Lawrence creek, for a house nud lot in Chester. Apply to M. F. MARSH, ml2 Library Building, Sutton Stieet. good Cooklug Stove and I70R Call at Thomas Tudor's tin store Second street, between Market and Limestone. rnay7dtf FOlt PURITX AND STRENGTH USE TREASURE BAKING POWDER. Every can guaranteed and for sale by all grocers. Manufactured by E. It. WEBSTER & CO., J7d2v Cluctnuati, Ohio. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE SUN ONE A WEEK. MILLION Decided opinions expressed lu langnajro that can bo the promptest, fullest and most ucurate Intelligence of whutever In the wide world Is worth attention. Thnt is sure to find In any edition of THE SUN. Subscription: Daily, (I paues), by mnll.Me.a month, or SO 50 n year; MJNDAY 18 pai?es), 81.21 per year; wkkkl.x (S p:iges), 31.00 per year. I. W. ENGLAND, P ubllsher. N. Y. City. PERFECTION SAVES PRICE IN ONCE USING. UUimnnUJ Removes drudgery of dow cleaning. Ask your rAUm merchant for it. orend85o CI CM 11 C n. forniinple by mall. PERFECTION WINDOW CLEANER CO., J2d&wlmo , Chicago, 111. BESTelCIGARS "ST-JULIAN" " ELECTRIC." :Manufuctured by: JAS. S. REDMOND. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. LOTS FOR SALE. TrERY desirable lots for sale In tho Mays- vllleCemeiery. For price &c, call upon any one ol the directors, viz : Judge Stanton, Capt. James H. Hall, Robert F. Menus, J. J. Wood, H. C. Barkley, Or. McGranauhan, T. A. Rosx, Jno. II Poiiitz, sr J. F, Biodrlck, Henty H, Cox, the Sexton on the grounds, or to Edward Myall, at his warehouse on Second street J'diw CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and "Walnut Sts. OI3STOINKTATI, O. Lewis Vanden, Proprietor. PASTURAGE. I Havo good Faaturago for about a dozen Cows. j6d3t MRS. J. B. NOYES. PUBLIC SALE. AirE will offer at Public Sale ou Tuesday, YV June 20th, at two o'clock, p, m., at our Carriage Factory, a Trotting Sulky, the property ot Frank Camden. It will b -old to pay for the repairs. Wilburs E LHblKlUH. m28dlm EXECUTOR'S SALE. Nntiirtluy, June 10, ls:t, at thteo ON o'clock p. in., I will otter for sale to the highest and best hinder, tor cash, that certain vacant lot ot mound, situated 011 the south side of Third street, and ou the east side of BruceVi alley, being a lot forty feet front by I60 feet deep, being (he lot which I. Stlckley, deceased, ownl and piHseed. Hileti be on the piemles. G. V. WALZ, J9d7t Executor of I. Stlckley. LYON&HEALY State & Monroe Sis., Chicago. Wl,lii Icfftinlt tuoy ittrtut leir : UANU UAIALUUUt, l for 1)SJ. .00 tuit. ,M bnTraritizi V ''"Vl lor Initruio.nu, Sulu, Cip, II. I u IPmnpoDi, EpanUts Sttn.ii. Drum Mrori S tik J 1 IUU, Sundry H"l Oulnu, limm; mitru uonaui for AmnUur Btuii. ai tHiivBui of ChoL4 UiUil lloilc feblCdAwly ' "" il nin Cu: s IntlHrainaUon of KMneys. Liver ana ..i.iuer tiriCK'Qim nepi's. !" uiii, iifamlle iliskCM of the Unnary Or xrirW. rani; lorpiu tuci wihbvwu, jourStouijwh. (tout Dropilcttl x&s ifl'ectlous, Dyspepsia i?r 36 Doses for Cures Gout. gi.uu. RlipnmatUin 31 th( Joints. Vomlti I n o-i f ii ll 4in tnatlon ol - the Urethra. A Specific foi Stonu in the Bladder: Lucoo ... rl.n..u..u nl t Prnatnfl Gland, Urighfs Disease of the Kidaeys( J.T.LEE. CfaiolnnBtl, O. NOTICE OF REMOVAL MTEIAT FIFtM, TOSEPH H, DODSON will remove his grain O business, on the ist of July, from tho present stand ou Sutton street, wnere he has beeu eugnired the past ten years, to the grange warehouse, corner ot Second and Wall streets opposite Daulton's stable, where It will bo concluded by his successors, DODSON & FRAZEE. The new firm will continue the Grain, Leaf Tobacco nnd Coal business in all of its branches nnd keep on hand the best grade, of Pflineioy, and Raynmud City Kaiinwtmand Blacksmith coal. Olllees: corner of Wall nnd Second and conl otllce and yard Fiont street above lower trriulo. Jallm DODsON kV FRAZEE. Ml Alinilll" Abiolutcly hirmleii I IINIIinil" it'.uJ tarreeuuiU'erfumcr, THE IM.ACETOOET CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE OR1, Jr.s, mch3ldly SUTTON STREEr. 1 1!, GLUK k CO ! Is the best place to get bargains lu DRY ZEstaTollslxeca. 1865. EQUITY GROCERY. No. 0,W. Becoad St., Opp, Opera Iloase, . Fruits and Vegetablesln season. Your respectfully solicited. fUdly