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THE DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY-EVE., JUNE27,' 1883. A KAN who sloops on Lawyor Squaro Last night heard certain Bounds, And peeping out saw Fred nt work Upon the Court street mounds. The ashes flew, with pick and spado By mighty licks and hard; " Crushed again 1 " tho digger cried, "Here's Hilly Golsel's card!" Kotico to Subscribers. Tho delivery of tho -Daily Bulletin, in Maysville, beginning July 1st, will be entrusted to Mr. "William Austin, who will seo that its pntrons are promptly served with the.paper. Tho subscription price will bo considered due each week and will bo collected by him every Monday afternoon. June apples have appeared in this market. The Murray-Ober Comedy Company has engaged tho Opera House, and will appear there July Gth and 7th. i - Dn. S. M. Cartwell successfully -removed a peripenitic tumor from Mr. Joseph Coryell on Tuesday afternoon. The patient is doing well. A successful orchardist says that if he were to live hid life over again ho would trim his trees higher and pasture his orchards with sheep in placo of plowing or mulching. ' Mn. Calvin Cuowell, of East Mays-ville, is putting a tin roof on his residence. Mrs. Cobb, who lives in the same neighborhood, is building an addition to her dwelling, A. large number of street-car tickets have already been sold by tho projectors of tho enterprise. This is an indication of tho interest and good feeling felt by tho people in regard to tho success of tho project. I offer for sale my book and stationery business, stock fixtures and all complete. This is a rapidly increasing and profitable business and is a raro chance for any one. For terms and reasons for selling apply to Frank R. Piiister. . It is worth while remembering that bees-wax and salt will make your rusty flat-irons as clean and as smooth as glass. Tie a lump of wax in a rag and keep it for that purpose. When the irons aro hot, rub them first with the wax rag, then scour them with a paper or cloth sprinkled with salt. The Indianapolis tientinel of tho 22nd inst., in noticing tho annual exercises by tho pupils of St. John's Academy, of that city, speaks in very complimentary language of a painting by Mrs. Jennie Whitaker, formerly of Maysville. It was spoken of ns being a remarkably correct likeness. Mrs. "Whitaker is expected in Maysville soon. The annual exhibition of the Maysville Agricultural and Mechanical Association will take place September 18th and continue until Septomber 22nd, Including that day. Tho entries for the trotting ring close August 27th, and for the runs at 9 o'clock on the the oveninp before the race takes place. For further particulars address Mr. J. D. Kehoo, the Secretary. . A gentleman who was at Georgetown, Ohio, on Monday, says tho negro Bulger was not in jail at that place. Ho had been taken away from the town in a buggy by Sheriff Hebllngand it was supposed had gone either to Batavia or Hillsboro. Tho removal was made In of some sensational telegrams received at Georgetown, that a mob had been organized for the purposo of taking the prisoner from the custody of tho The report current in Maysville today that an orror had been made by our Court officers in preparing tho application for requisition papers in the case of Samuel Bulger, and that tho work would Tiavo to bo done over, Is without foundation in truth. No mistako was made and there will bo no delay in bringing the prisoner back for trial. Tho papers prepared yesterday, wore for tho purpose of identifying Bulger when tho papers are presented at Georgotown by tho agent authorized to receive him. Mr. S. B. Lyons, whoso son was killed In Lowis county, last December, by Humphrey Crawford, informs us that ho has spent In unsuccessful pursuit of tho ' derer about $200, and does not feel able to continue to oxpend his means in that Way. Ho therefore desires it to bo understood that tho reward of $200 ho offered somo time ago for tho apprehension of Crawford has been withdrawn. Tho report that tho lattor had been arrested in McLean county, 111,, after a been obtained, was found to bo incorrect; 'A man had been taken but It was not Crawford. PERSONALS. Mr. A. A. Wads worth is still very Bick. Hon. A. E. Cole is in tho city to-day. Misses Bettio and Daisy Hubbard aro visiting friends at Minerva. Mr. John Conroy, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting his friends in Maysville. Mr. Sam. Roser, who has been attending school at Danvillo, is home for vacation. Mrs. John Martin, of Lexington, Ky., is visiting her father, Col. Fred. Otto, in this city. Mr. Thomas Thompson, formerly with Burgess & Nolin, can be found at Nesbitt &. McKrell's. Mr. W. B. Mathews, Jr., who has been attending college at Danville, has returned home. , Mr. Thomas Biggar, formerly of this neighborhood, has lately built a very handsome residonco at Manchester and this week moved into it. Dr. John T. Larow, formerly of this city, has been appointed Professor and Demonstrator, of Anatomy at tho St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeries. As Dr. Larew is a very young man his appointment to this responsible position is a high and merited compliment to his professional ability. A Narrow Escape. Tho oldest child of Deputy Marshall Robert Browning, narrowly escaped drowning Tuesday evening, between four and five o'clock. The child is not yet threo years old, and exhibited remarkable presence of mind for one so young. The little fellow has been staying for some time with his grand-parents, who live near H. E. Poj:uo & Co's. distillery below tho city. Tuesday evening he went to the houso of Mr. John Fitzgerald, who lives near by, and while playing in tho yard fell into the cistern. A short ladder was immediately lowered, which tho little fellow immediately seized, and held on to until recovered by his grand-mother. The child was in the water for ten or fifteen minutes, and would probably have drowned had it not been for his remarkable coolness and courage. The following card appeared in tho last number of the Ripley Budget: Eds. Hudget In your report (June 10), ni tho assault and battery upon George by Tyra Fulton, you wiy Schick, er "claimed to have seen the outrage nud forthwith Informed the proper authoiltles." riils must be an error. In lusiice to Mr. Schlckner I would say that ho Old not directly or indirectly furnish to tho Seth Oieen Club or Its agents any Information as to who killed tlsh In Enule Creek with tomedoesor uuy othor violation of the laws. Hence It Is hardly probable that "hocamo running up to tho buggy expecting to be i awarded." Information as to tho parties and the names of tho witnesses was derived from other sources mid foi warded to the Club, overnl weeks before wo knew who Mr. Schlckner was. Schlckiier's name was among tho witnesses, but It wnsseut without his knowledge orcousent. Had ho given the Information would It have been n crime for which he should bo beaten? Is It not the duty of nil good citizens to support tho laws audrejortall violations? A Memiieu. To Buyers of Clothing. I take this method of informing in Maysville and vicinity that 1 am now with 0. R. Mnbley & Co. The mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All orders for suits, goods &c, sent in my care will receive my personal attention. Goods will be sent on approval to responsible parties otherwise O. O. D. Goods will be exchanged, If not satisfactory, or money refunded. Fine dress suits to hire for balls, weddings, &c. K". B. Marsh, With C. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O. m3d2m. Mr. John Heiser, who has just from Chicago, while in that city, witnessed tho experiment of propelling street cars by means of electricity. The power was furnished By the United States Electric Light Company, and seemed, ho says, to bo entirely satisfactory. Ho also saw tho light in comparison with that supplied by tho Brush and other companies, and unhesitatingly speaks in the highest terms of the former. It gives a clear, steady light, anil Is, ho thinks, superior to any ho saw during his absence. This is the light Mr. Salomon proposes to introduce in Maysville. The Adelphian Circle will hold Its Annual Banquet on Friday evening June 21), in tho Temple. T. R. Phister, will initiate the exercises, after which a suitable programme will bo furnished by tho committee on arrangements, a foaturo of which will bo a poem by L. W. Galbralth. The address of C. L. Sallee, Valedictorian, will fitly close the exorcises. This meeting Is with a view of adjournment until next October. Tho programmo will bo novel, and every member Is expected to bo present. "Tho Oracle expects every man to do his duty." . - Sales or Land. Tho following changes in tho ownership of land luivo been recorded at the office of tho Clerk of the County Court, since our last report : John F. Dyo to James Dye, 29 acros, 3 roods and 31 polos of land on Johnson's Creek; consideration 3,000. - Samo to same, tho undivided interest in 188 acrcs,,2 roods, and 10 poIeB of land on Absolom and Johnson Crook ; cousldora tlon 81,7!23. U F.Thomas to Salllo Thomas, tho undivided interest In houso and lot on east side of Market street, between Front and Second, also a small lot of ground in rear of siimo : consideration 8,000. ABERDEEN ITEMS. Mr. W. X. Norrls Is'to bo homo soon. For boxing lessons apply to James Shaw. Wo wonder what has become the W. P. club. Mr. Honry F. True was lu Dover, Ky, Sunday. Joo Bouulngton was In the Queen City last week. Mrs. Power Campbell, wo aro sorry to learn, Is quite 111. Frank Nelson Is homo for a short visit to his parents. Mr. Matt. Newman visited his family here last Sunday. Mrs. after a visit has returned home. Mrs. Wallace Slaughter dlcdlSaturday and was burlo 1 Sunday. MKsTillloDlotrlch and Mr. J. C. Brookovor weio married Sunday. Mr. Geo. Sohlitz Is building n neat veranda at his Front street house. Mr. Insko Is putting the new school houso up with a lightning speed. Don't forgot tho Sous of Temperance picnic July 4th, at Dr. Moore's woods. Mr. J. C. Pecor and his interesting little daughter was lu our place Sunday. The Indies of the. M. K. Church will give n supperon the nights oftneilid and Ithof July. IIMr. T. M. Gaines and Wife, or Vanoobnig. Ky, visited L. C. A. Reldlo Saturday and Sun day. Mr. Ros Mowell and his friend, Harry Ditvls, will visit Colouel Gus. Simmons this week. Mr. J. O'Ifnrran. our live gioeery mmi, has returned trom a business trlp.to the Queen City. Capt. J. C Powir will soon erect a brick houo on one of his lots on Second (.trtei, Main. Mrs. Noah Parker, of 1'iuclnnatl, with hor two Interesting children, visited Mis. Iluibert last week. Orley Kdglntou got a ducking, Sunday evening, by falling ti.oni the Until, i Gicen, of which he Is ulgnt wmcluuun. A little dauuhter of Mrs. George Wheeler stepped on a largo needle wiileli entered her foot, making a painful but not dangerous wotiuu. Mr. Charles talus' limber business Is Increasing so, weaiegladto i:nnw,tliat tie has ndued another hand, an experienced artist from Cincinnati. Ksqulro Ueasley says lie was so busy making souls happy last week that they haul y guvo him time to get his meals. He had tour couples lu two hours last Thursday. Col. Jncoby, of the firm of J. I.erroiiP A Co., Cincinnati, was In town liM week. The Col. one! Is a Jolly fellow and Is tnucn esteemed by his customers bete lor his Mature den line. Jujtno. COUNT V POINTS. SHANNON. J. L. Hrownunj ami J. Morrlscvi, of yout city, pent tsunday wltn the liiti'Ly id W. R. Browning. Mr. Charles Maishall, of Washlimtnu. us Sunday. Mr. Isaac of Bouihun county, paid a Hying visit to this viclnly .day a i Motidny. Tho Ice cream supper at theiehnol a success. Quite a ciowd was out an every onesoeine i to enjoy 1 1st v i.h.g.' Wheat hut vest will begl In this s e Inn this wek. Some few i'rip wll in a veiy lair yield while outers art ve y line lor. Mr. Hrennmt delivered his crop of tobacco to N & H. 1). Wntsnu last ek, H- had 12 1 0 pounds. .Mr. u. Miys tn it for several vnr he has never less than 12,100 pounds and novel as much as 13, 0U pound?. I X L. M A) SLICK. Wheat'harvest has commenced. The grass ciop never was better. Our town marshall took Milt Ford a col oivd person to Jail Monday night, lor carrying concealed weapons, Mrs. John it. Proctor, ot Frankfort, Is vis ltlng her sister, Mrs. Alice Orr, of this place. Messrs. V, S. Hrlttnln, of Maysville, and .1 f Harrington, of Cincinnati, were here this week. Foster Clary, of Carlisle, made a to his father at this placo last Sunday. Mr. John Allen, who lived near Nepton, Here Sunday. He was seventy-tight years old. Mr. Nat Roll, of Covington, niado a visit to this place last week, accompanied by his sou a. d daughter. Thero aro now at work lu this placo eleven mechanics from Mnysville, one Irom Paris, and one rotn Eliza vllle. General John S. Williams was here last week to seo his old comrade, Dr. il. C. Dune, wuo is lying quite sick. Romko. oity iTaaTvacs. Advertisements Inserted under this heading 10c per lino for each Insertion. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. New style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt cc Doyle's. mar31dly New stylo lace curtain poles, red Scotch shading, shade fixtures, &c, at Hunt & Doyle's. Linen and Mohair ulsters, largo lot, also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt & Doyle's. m Book Bindery. Persons desiring book binding will leave it at any of the book stores. j21d2w H. II. Cox. Wanted A white girl to cook, wash and iron for a small family in East Maysville. Apply at this oftico. j27dtf Excursionists, get your accident insurance ticket before you leave. It costs but 23 cents a day for a $3,000 ticket. M. F. Marsh, Agent. Maysville Literary Institute. N Tho next session of this school will commence on tho first Monday in September, 18S3. For terms, etc., apply to tho principal. j2odlw 0. J. Hall. For Rest.- Three largo rooms, corner of Limostono and Fourth Btreets to a family with no children. Water supply included, rent SS.00 per month. Apply to j2od I. M. Lane. Ayer's Sarsaparilla operates radically upon and through tho blood, and is a safe, reliable, and nbsoluto euro for tho various diseases, complaints and disorders duo to dobility, or to any constitutional taint or infection. Avoid by all moans tho use of calomel for billlous complaints. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, compounded entirely of vegetable ingredients, havo been tosted for forty years, and acknowledged to bo tho best remedy over devised ior torpidity of tho livor, costlveness and all derangements of tho digestive aparatus. A NOTED MAN GONE. Cnnrln A.'WMt, im rtTttio Greateal Latid Kptaltbra'"jat'r' Kmw la llottoa -How lis Contira te Buy IlrceU'i Inland Wltboi4 Having Dollnr. Boston, Juno 2G. Tho death of Charles A. Whlto at tho age of seventy-six years, nuinhcd tho earthly career of one of tin niodt noted men, of a spcciilatiro nature, ot this vicinity ; and Lis career is a lesson ot tho up. and downs, of human oxertions in a itnnjgle lor riohes based upon Imaginary rather than Intrinsic values. Sniioilines ho oonsldored hlui.olf master of and again hcemil.l uoi obtulu $1 even when ho needed it. Hearing that Breed's Island was ovniod by the hoTr of that sturdy old EuglishmiiD of two generations or more past, Hlchard F. Brood, and that William 0. llnssoH, Esq., was thoir agont, tho owners being of England, ho (U'tcnnined to it, but, by the prorijdons of the will of Richard, tho Island could not bo sold unless it brought i'iOd.UO'J. Such a sum wns cousidorod so high a prlco as to PltECLUIlE ANY IIIEA OK I'UnCIIASE, lut White, nothing daunted, made a logal a nit-act to purulmo it at that price. Alter tl.e paper woro signed. White wss in a piaudary as to to raise tho money or whnito do with tho liland, but he summoned tho aid oi capitalists and formed a syndicate which constituted tho Boston Land Company, now in existence and to whom the Island was deeded. White became active in tho llovoro beach laud ami railroad scheme and at one time l. eld considerable stock therein. Of course lie borrowed largoly and every day laid notes accumulating, but that fact did not give him any uneasiness. The book-keeper would say to him in tho morning, " Mr. White, there is a note of S10.00U duo today ami wo have but SoOO on hand." "All right," would bo the reply, and then ho would poruso the nowspapers or attend to business, seemingly oblivious of the note. About 1:45 p. m. the attention of Mr. Whito would bo called to tho fact that the note would bs protested at 2 o'clock. He would pick up his hat, run out to the offices of brokers, loll them that ho would fail in fifteen minutes unless tho money was forthcoming to pay tho note. The money-lenders held so much of his paper on speculative risks that they could not afford to lot him go down ; so, in order to save themselves, and with the hope of getting out of it all right," the notes were taken care of. This was his almost daily routino of tinancial management. If he had tho money to pay, ho would honor his If he did not have the needful, he elt uo ttnoatiness, ns it was not his fire, ile was possessed of unusual abilities to .liati. ute schemes for speculative purposes, but cmild not catch the siib.siiwe. As a fiend aptly says, he was always " chasing shadows." lie would go ahead, leaving others to .ollmv at leisint. Somo people called him sharp, unreliably so, but ho was generous and when ho could bo so. But theie finally came a time when fortuno no longer smiled upon him and he could not call capitalists to follow his. erratic course, and he bocamo so po r that lie was unable to pay his poll tax 2, and the tax collector of Hyde Park ordered his commitment to Be ham jail, where he remained lor a few days. Sinco then ho i.as dropped from the circle of speculation, and a few weeks ago said to the writer that soon ho would be through with speculating, not only with the things of this world but of tho destinies in tho next Ho was twice married and leaves a, family. I'kesidekt JAnncTTof tho Iron Workers Amalgamated Association, states that ho it highly gratified at the condition of the organization. Ho reports that large aecos sions are being mado to their ranks, am that tho very bet ot' feelings exist bctweo; the workmen and manufacturers, with tin exception of the Bessemer steel concern which oppose tho association. Tub intention of the senior Vandorbilt to retire irom the presidencies of tho Central aud Lake Shore roads was not knowt even to his wifu, his sons, or bin attorney Alter urging his best friends to purchase stocks in the family enterprise, he slipped the noose of responsibility from his neck and next day Bailed for Europe. Gould and Sage were in the remote southwest, and it is stated that they were compelled to sustain Central at 1'iO and Lake Shore at 109 to avert disaster to their interests. They received somo aid from W. K. Vandcrbilt, who had ignorantly beon engaged in buying stock placed on tho niarkot by his father. A Rio Janeiro despatch says : Tho existence of a tnbo of Indians in Paraguay with tails is asserted on apparently good authority. One of them, a boy sovon or eight years old, has been captured, and oxcitomuch wonder. He lias a tail six to eight inches In length. The boy is very ugly, but his body is not covered with hair. Ho has been photographed by somo Germans. A brother of tho boy, in possession of Col. Roca, has nlso a tail, and it is said tho tribo aro similarly adorned. This is vouched for by Dr. Luiz Pizz.irello, an Italian. Dresses all of ono fabric are more in favor than combination costumes., HOICV. At Bradyvlllo, O., to tho wilo of Mr. Albeit Ellis, n dauuhter. In this city, June 25, 18S3 to tho wlfo of Mr. John II. Hail, a line daughter. RETAIL JIAItKET. s Corrected dally by G. W, grocer, Senond street, Jlnysvllle, Ky, flour. Limestone 8 7.25 Maysville Family G 23 Old Gold : 7 00 Mason County 0 25 Kentucky Mills 0 W Butter. tt 15320 Laril,W ? 13 Eggs, idoz 16 MoalH peclc 20 Chickens 15023 Molasses, fancy 75 Coal Oil, V gal. 20 Sugar, granulated ty lb , ,.. 11 " A.tytb 10 ' yellowy tt..t 89 Hams, sugar curod ty tb..... 15 Bacon, breakfast $ lb 15 Hominy, ty icnllon 20 Beans' gallon , 4(1 Potatoes peck, now .. ' 35 Uotleo. ..12&15 DAILY STAGE XINS. Lower Blae Lick to Mayavllle Dally. Leave Blue Licks at 5 o'clock a. m., and re turning win leave iaysvine at 2:30 n. m. Good slnae nod careful drivers. JOSEPH HTbHoT Clnclniintl, Porinmonth. A 1'omcroy Packet Company. JOHN KYLE, President. Lewis Glenn, Secretary nud Treasurer. C. niul O. It. It. PACKETS For Hunt liiirtoii.Pomcroy.iuid nil way LniHlliiffH. TELEGRAPH, Mond's and Thursdays 5 p. m. FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 5 p. m. BOSTONA.WedneMlflys and Saturdays. 6 p.m. Portsmouth, all Mall and Way Landings. BONANZA, TuesdaysThursdays Hat'ys, 12m. Maysville, All Mall and Way Landings. MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted) Leave Cincinnati 4:30 a. 111. Maysville, I p. in. n ffav 1 Fielght received on C.M. HOLLO WAY, JSaSamBBkH, .Superintendent. IV O TI C E . THROUGH TO PARKERSBURO, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Steamers IloNtomt, Fleetwood mid T'l'mili. THROUGH TO PITTSBURG, Every Sunday The rcmilnr weekly packet steamer Ohio. These hnnts are all and we solicit the patronage ol the public at low rate". C. M. HOLLOWAY, Superintendent ViuicM'hiirif, K01110. CoiK'oril. MiuicheM, tor mid JlnyMVillc Dully Packet, II ANDY ...Bncen Redden, Capt. Leves Vancebun; dally nt 5 o'clock a.m. lor. Maysville. Leaves Mnvsvllle l:) n. iu. Counects nt Mancliester with stage for West Union. For freight or passage npplyon board. WAXTTS. pair of second-hand pint- fonuhcnles. H1GGINS & CO., ltd Mt. Gllead, Ky. W r ANTKD A good tinner. Apply to jmuiw cuiw a: ALiLiKis. FOIt SAXJG. SALK Two good counters, suitable FOR uny kind of business. Apply to Jldlw LOUIS MlLLER. IiOST. OS 0' Rack of the new Jail bulldluif or I j between Sutton street All, or on Court to Second to Mrs.Colllu's millinery store, a pair of gold spectacles. The tinder will receive a liberal reward by returning same to J22dlw THIS OFFICE. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE SUN ONE A WEEK. MILLION Decided opinions expressed In language that can ho the promptest, lulled and most acuinteluielllseuce ot whutever lu the wide world Is worth intention. That Is what is btire to tliul lu any edition of THE tslJN. Subscription: Daily, (1 paftes),! lnnll.ooe.nnionth.orJoOnvear; munday tS paes). 51.20 per ytnr; Weekly (8 pages), Sl.oo per year. I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher. N. Y. City. PERFECTION SAYES PRICE IN ONCE USING, UMlunniAf Removes drudgery of cleaning. Ask your FA U CD merchant for It, orond35o CI LHIl C n. tor sample by mall. PERFECTION WINDOW CLEANfclR CO., J2d&wlmo Chicago, III. Real Estate For Sale ! T OTS S, 0, HI. 11, 12.13,11, 13.59,00, 5l,62, 01, 1 j 01. 77, 7.S 79, 80, 81. H2, IC9, 19.', 13S, 139, 147, '.6 and 2s0 lu Chester Ky. Also two pieces or ground on the Ohio liver near low water mark. Title good. Call ou or address 27d2twlt E. It. BELL, Ripley Ohio. PUBLIC SALE. TjrrE wlllotlernt Public Sale on Tuesday, yy June 20th, nt two o'clock, p. m., at our Carriage Factory, a Trotting Sulky, the ot Frank Cnnidon. It will be sold to pay for tho repairs. Wl LSON & DIETRICH. Ill 23d 1 til FOIt PURITY AMI STItKNGTU USE TREASURE BAKING POWDER. Every can guaranteed and for sale by all grocers. Manufactured by E. R. WEBSTER A CO., J7d2w Cincinnati, Ohio. piVEUSIOi: HOTEL, Miss KATE JAMES, Proprietor. Bonry d the day or week. Prlees reasonable. Corner ol suttou aud Frout Sts. ul 19 Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Rave Just received their Spring Stock Domestic Goods nt the latest styles, prices reasonable and work the best. auJly WHITE GOODS. Wo oiler, commonoing this wook, great bargains in WHITE GOODS, LACES, &o. Checkod Nainsooks at 10, 12 1-2, 15, 20 and 25c. a yard. India Linens at 10, 12 1-2, 15, 20, 25 and 30o. per yard. Figured Swiss-03 at 12 1-2, 10 2-3, 20, 25 and 30c. per yard. Lace Striped Piques at 16, 20 and 25o. per yard. Largo stock of Laces at very LOW pricos. J. W. SPARKS & EBO., No. 24, Market Street. NOTICE OF REMOVAL, NEW FIRM, JOSEPH H.DODSON will rotnovo his grain business, on the 1st of July, from the pies-out Maud ou Sutton street, whore ho has beeu engaged tlio past ten years, to tho grange warenouse, corner of Second and Wall streets opposlto uaultou'a stable, where It will bo conducted by his successors, DODSON & FRA-ZEE. ThO now Arm will continue tho Grain, Leaf Tobacco mid Coal busluess In all of Km branches and keep on baud tho best grades of Pomoioy, Heinl-cannel nnd Itayinoud City Kanawha coal. Ofllaes : cor ner of Wall, and Second. and coal otllco aud yard Frout Btrect above lower grado. Jfdliu DODSON & FRAZEE.