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SATOTIUY ByENIKOL' J.UE)rl883.
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Wnr don't the wedding bolls ring out,
As once they used to do ;
Weddings now are far between
And very, very few.
The boys ought not eternally
In beauty's smllos be basking,
Bat straightway go and get a wife
Simply by tho asking.
Notice to Subscribers.
Tho delivery of tho Daily Bulletin,
in laysville, beginning July 1st, will bo
entrusted to Mr. William Austin, who
will seo that its patrons are promptly
served with tho pnper. Tho subscription
price will bo considered duo each week
and will bo collected by him every Monday
Hemp iB quoted at $4.25 in Lexington.
No wedding bells aro jingling now.
What is the matter?
The street car tickets have been received.
Thov are very neat.
The Kentucky Central will sell cheap
tickets at all stations on Julv 4th.
Scarlet kevek still prevails to an
alarming extent at Flomingsburg.
It is expected that Samuel Bulger will
be brought to Maysville next Monday
TiiEcasoof E. II. McPhersoti, charged
with obtaining mouey by falso pretenses,
has been continued until Tuesday morning.
A single faro by tho street railway willl
cost five cents. Twelve- tickets will,
be sold for fifty cents, or twenty-five
for one dollar.
The hog ordinance to be enacted at
tho next meeting of tho Council is expected
with much interest. It ought to
be iron-clad and air-tight.
Mr. W. T. Berry United States gnuger in
this district, has resigned his oflico to
take effect immediately. He expects to
engage in other business.
The cotton mill will stop work this
evening and will not resume tor several
weeks. This lot-up is for tho purpose of
putting in-new machinery.
The late James A. Johnson's life was
insured in tho Continental Mutual Company,
of Hartford, for $10,000. Mr. J.
M. Stockton, of this city, is tho agent.
Nuxt week will bring tho Fourth of
July, and tho annual dispute between
the small boy and tho city authorities
over tho fire-cracker issue is about to
The July term of tho Circuit Court begins
on Tuesday the 10th proximo. There
are on tho docket fifty-five criminal cases,
fourteen common law and fifteen equity
Dn. RonniNs, who was shot at Myers'
Station a few days ago by John Smart,
his brother-in-law, is in a very critical
condition. He is wounded in tho head,
arm and side.
A serenading party was out last night
and their performance, to say tho least,
was novel. Tho report that it was the
Aldelphian Circle, pf Maysville, wo are
informed, is not true.
Don't forgot tho fete at Amazon Hall
Tuesday evening, July 3d. There will
be good music, and an abundance of refreshments.
You should bo present if
you wish to pas3 a pleasant evening.
Mr. Edward Case, formerly of this
county, but now of Bourbon county, is
cultivating fifteen acres of tobacco on Mrs.
Lowry's place, near Taris. It is said to
bo tho mo3t promising crop in tho county.
Mr. W. Yancey, who has been selecting
tho streot car horses, has secured the
number tho company will need. Thoy
aro all largo, fino looking animals, and
look like thoy would anbwer tho purpose
Marshal Browning was at Georgetown,
Ohio, yesterday, and had a talk
with Sam. Bulger. Ho refused to admit
"his guilt though ho did not deny it, but
says ho is willing to como back to Maysville,
without a requisition.
Limestone Lodge, K. of P., will take
part in tho Fourth of July parade at "Ripley,
and will bo headed by Hauc'ko's
and Brass Band. Arrangements
have beon made for everybody
and their cousins to attend.
A part of tho stock in tho Electric
Light enterprise has already been taken
and more has been promised by tho business
men and others of Maysvillo. The
prospects aro very favorable for the successful
inauguration of tho project.
I offer for sale my book and stationery
business, stock fixtures and all complete.
This 1b a rapidly increasing and profitable
business and is a raro chance lor, any
one. For terms and reasons for selling
apply to Frank It. Thister,
SPECIAL FAIR PREMIUMS
Subscribed by the Citteeas of Maysrllle
Below wo give a list of the special fair
premiums subscribed by the people of
this city and Cincinnati. There are
many persons in Maysville who have
not yet given anything to aid tho enterprise,
but it is hoped they will do so immediately.
In order that a fair
may bo given this fall it is necessary
that a certain sum should bo raised by
popular subscription, and while many
generous donations have been made tho
sum needed has not yet been mado up.
Let all who have not done so subscribe
something and do it immediately.
11. L.Btllo & Co.,S10; It. G. Lynn & Co.,
SMj Mark WuMiice.SH'; Geobel, link on & Co.,
85; JnmesCassaday, 85; Clement 310;
P, Brooks & Co., 81li; D. Hoppo & Co..
810: Wm. olonu &co , Slo: Kerr ICuhn & Co., i.H
J. Leverone A Co. 8:20; Abnor L. Frazorfc Co.,
320; Keuhoit A Newton, 815; W'oodslde, Fey.
ton & Co., 810; Kushman, Wiggins &Co., 8lC;
Mabley. 820: Franklin Typo Foundry, 816;
Palace Hotel, S2o; i'earco, Duke & Smith, 820;
Louis Snlders Sons', 820; Hill fc Smith, 820,
James C. Hopper & Co,, 80; Globe Warehouse
325; Duhmo, S.'W; Jlurkhurt, 8:3; P. Echost,
8.0, Crawford House, 825; Vrllt!c Urowu, $fl;
A. J. Clark & Co., 8H; Mo.Vlpln AlCo., 815;
Hrown, Laughllu is Co., 8o; Mrs. L. V. Davis
Sl'i; Thomas A. Davis, 8K: Howell Gaio&
Co., 82c: J. P. Harvey & Co., 825; Ford, Eaton
& Co.. 82u; White Collar Line, 82 ; Charles E.
Smith, 820; Strobel & Wllklns. 820; Moorman
& Bioerlng, 85; A. Holridge & Co., 310; James
Iloekln & Co., 815; Bart & Hickcox, 8ii;
F. P. riadly,8l0; Jus. WiMo, Jr., & Co. 820,
Ohio Wall Paper Conipauy, 810; W. B. Carpenter
& Co., 810 ; McHenryA Co., 810; John
L. Park & Sou, 310; M. T. Hough Co , Slo :
Robert Mitchell A: Co., 820: George (.'. Miller it
Sons 310; Shipley, Hoover & Co., 81U; F.
Senilis A: Co., 810 ; Mark Wallace.
Cantrnl Hotel. $50; Geo. T. SlmomW, 525;
Myall. Kllev & Porter. 875: Hechlnger. Bros.
& Co., 850; Yancey k Alexander, 50; Kentucky
Central Railroad, 85(1 ; Owens J: Bark-ley,
850; A. R. Giaicock, 810; Jas. H. Hail &
Co., 850; Young Men, $o0, Lawyers, 850 : Insurance
Companies, 325; Wolud, Jung A
850; A. M. Rogers, $15; Morrlsou A
Kackley, 815: John T. Fleming, 820 ; John F.
Devlu,8l5: Thomas M. Green. 821 ; Vicroy fc
Lee, 815; Rosser & McCarthey, $.5;
Cox, 820 ; BUsett, McClanawan & Shea, 818 ;
Omar Dodson, 320; Chllds, Robinson & Co ,
815; Richardson & Russell, 815; J. Blakebnr
ough, 82o: Cooper k Sphar. 820 ; J. Henry
815; Egnowd: Alleh, 815; Hull, Mitchell. 8 ";
A. T. Nye & Co., Marietta, O.. 520 ; C. B. Cllfl,
310; Zech & Co., 310; H. Lange, Sin; W. C.
Rlchesou,3l0; Holt Rlcheson, 310; Frsuk R.
Phlster,8l0; E.W. Fitzgerald, Slu; Geo. Ort.
88: Windhorst & Blum, 310: Hunt & Doyle,
310; Burgess & Nolln.SlO; Burrows A Ather-ton,810;G.
W. Gelsel. 310; Bl rlwwer & Co..
310; Nowoll it Henry, 810; Dodsou & Frazee,
10; Nesbltt & McKrell, 310; Miss MattleCarr
$10; Mrs. Lou. Pearce, 3d; Johu J. Alexander,
310; J. James Wood, 825; J. M. Rauklus,35;
John WheelerSo; King & Co., Slu; Kow Republican,
310, R. A.Toup, 35; Jacob Linn, 85;
Geo. T. Wood, 85 ; Nick Golleuftelu, 8 ; Louis
Schatzmann,85;S.SImrtn,8.j, J. M.
Co., 85; C. T. Kneeream & Co., 85; F. Traxel. 85;
Wm. Wormald, 85; J. Sparks, 35; C. W. Blerloy,
85;Thos. Hlckey,5;Gpo.Schwartz.5; M. Davis,
S5; Thomas Weill, 825; Wm. Cox. 825; Mine.
BiOs., 825; Mose Daullon & Bro.,825; Brooks
A Parker, Sii, Thomas J. Chei.oweth, 82.5;
H. Jnuuary, 32.5. Wllsou A Deltrich, 82.5;
White & Ort, 82.5; Watson Bro. A Co , 825;
John N. Thomas, 82.5; E. Lambdeu, 32.5; R
II .. VVIMtt . COS. T U' listen., .f. IVk 4os. r ...
IIIITbl, U" ' ' lllnul1 l- l-l', tt', AJU14
Roser,82.5; Collins Rudy A Co-., 82.5; Maitiews
A Co., 825; Carr A Janus, 825; C' x A Poyuter,
325; James ii. Rogers, 825; S. B. l'oyutz A Sou,
ToPreclact Directors of Siumny Schools
in Mason County.
Some inquiries have been made as to
the nature of the duties required of
theso gentlemen, and it is thought that
it will bo best to give the information
desired through the Bulletin.
A Sunday School Convention will be
held at Orangeburg on Friday, August
3J, and in order to awaken a proper interest
in it, it was deemed advis.ible to
select suitable men in each precinct who
would work up an interest by visiting
the various schools, talking up the Convention,
and tho Sunday School work,
and inducing tho schools all to send representatives.
Preparatory to this it was
thought that if the Echools could be assembled
at some convenient point in
each precinct either as bodies or by representatives,
and precinct meetings be
organized, the work could bo better
farthered. It is therefore requested that
theso directors will call the Bchools together
on Saturday, July 7, and organ
izo and endeavor to excite an enthusiasm
for Sunday School work. These
precinct meetings are requested also to
send their representatives to the Convention.
Let all work with a will and together,
and have such a convention at Orangeburg
as shall loave its impress upon the
community as shall long be felt.
Committee on Programme.
The following is a specimen of the
venom of tho Ashland Independent:
Bulger, tho man who outraged a youns
girl at Maysvillo, has been removed from
Riploy, Ohio, to the jail at Georgetown,
nine miles inland, to escape a mob at
Maysville, who it is said had chartered a
steamboat to tako about 700 of them to
Riploy to lynch tho miscreaant. A mob
from this samo town, whilo protecting
rapers and murderers, took it into their
heads to fire on women and children on
tho liver bank in this city, and ono ot
them, a clerk in a store at Maysvillo,
boasted of having aimed at the women,
and children here, saying that they wore
a mob, but when tho rapor breaks loose in
their midsts they change their minds it
Conductor John Manni of freight train
No. 10, on tho main lino of the Kentucky
Central, was killed last night at Falmouth.
His train was in motion and in attempting
to get on it ho fell under tho wheels
and was instantly killed. Ho had beon for
some time- an employe of the road and
was considered a faithful and reliable
Nev style Stockinette Jerseys at Hunt
&. Doyle's. marSldly
Mr. A. T. Cox left for New Orleans
Major Thomas A. Ross, we regret to
learn, is no bettor to-day.
Miss Mary Case, of Paris, is visiting
Mr. Adna A. "Wadsworth, who has
been very sick, is much better.
Mr. Frank O'Donnoll, who has been
attending school in Pennsylvania, is at
Miss Mittie Wroten, daughter of Dr.
George W. Wroten, is visiting tho Misses
Major " Coon " Bauer, of Riploy, was
shaking hands with friends in this city
Mr. Val P. Collins, of Covimtton, h in
the city at the bedide of Major Thomas
Miss Vir,'ie Hunt and Miss Lutie
Pngne spent Friday with Miss Annie
Lyni'h, of East Maysville.
Mr. D. S. Mcllhanny, advprtiMni:
nuont of the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition,
is in the city to-day.
Miss Katie Lavtham, of Murphysville,
is visiting the family of Mr. Henry
Prather, of " Limestone Terrace."
Rev. Wm. F. Brande and Miss Henrietta
Hull, of Maryland, are visitinir Mis.
George W. Sulaer and mother, in this
Mi?s Maggie Moore, after spendimr
several weeks with her friends in Covington,
has returned home accompanied by
her sister, Miss Ella.
Services will be held as usual at St.
Patrick's Church to-morrow. '
Rev. Mr. Brando, of Maryland, will
preach at the Church, to-morrow
morning at the usual hour. ,
Rev. T. B. Aldersim will prcich at
the Presby'erian Ghurch to-morrow
mornimr. Subject "Josl.ua, the Christian
There will be prayer m"tin;by the
congregation at the Ch tn'h t -
morrow mornini!, at eleven Sunday
school at 9:3) a. in.
Rnv. A. N. Git.nEitT will -it the
Christian Chuich in Wahhingion on
Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. Su'
What is living FaitD ? "
At tho M. E. Church. South-, Sunday,
Rev. M. D. Reynolds, pastor, will preach
on the following subjects : Morning
"The Temptation of Christ." Evening;
What is that on Thine Hand."
Rev. A Boreing, pastor, will preach at
the M. E. Church to-morrow morning
and evening at tho usual hour. The subject
of the morning discourse may be
found in First John, third chapter and
The Southern Presbyterians will hold
sendee in Washington Hall on Sabbath
morning and evening, Rev. H. S. Chester
officiating. Subject for morning
" The Church of Ephesus." Subject for
even'n" Paul's Idea of the Christian
Quarterly meeting of the Southern
Methodist Church, at Washington, today
and to-morrow. Preaching by Rev.
J. C. Newton. The quarterly conference
will bo held on Monday morning, after
services by Rev. J. W. Fitch, P. E. A full
attondanco of the official members is desired.
There will bo preaching at the Christian
Church in Maysvillo on Sunday
morning and night by tho pastor, Rev.
A. N. Gilbert. Subject in tho morning
"Am I my Brother's Keeper?" At
night he will discuss the question,
" When was Christ's Kingdom set up on
tho Earth ? " All are invited.
The Bulletin has received from tho
farm of Mr. Jacob Marsh, at Charleston
Bottom,a branch of an applo tree on which
there aro thirty-three well formed apples.
This tree behaves this way, wo aro informed,
every other year.
The boxes and other fittings at the new
postofiica wore mado by Collins, Rudy &
Co., on a few days notice. Tho entire
force at tho mill wero required to complete
tho work bo it could be put up at
tho time promised. It is a neat job and
was promptly done.
Mr. Hermann Lange will for the next
Bixty days offer bargains, in jowelry,
watches, clocks, silvenvaro, etc., to mako
room for an entirely new stock. All the
articles named will bo sold at manufacturers'
prices, which will bo found very
low. Tho public is incited to call and
seo tho stock.
OLENNVILLK, tEWIS COUNTY.
Farmers are busy cutting wheat.
King A McNutt are framing a new baru for
David S. Gillespie.
Several of our citizens attended thoplculo
at Pleasant Hill.
A runaway match passed through here Friday
night. John Gnlt and Emma Pollltt ou
their way to Abordeou.
The Sunday" School Convention will bo
hold at Tollesboro ou Juuo 29th and 30th.
. Eldor. J.' F." Browuo will preaoh lioro on
uoxt Lord's day. ,
Speaking of his raid into Pennsylvania
and Maryland, General Early said:
" When I was in York, Penn., I levied
an assessment of so much corn, bo much
clothing, so many boots and shoes, so
many bairs of grain and $100,000 in
money. Thoy delivered everything in
accordance with mv requisition, except
the $100,000. Of that amount the Mavor
brought me $72,000, and begged for further
time to raise, the balance I extended
the time, but left early the next
morning, and York still owes mo
York afterward established a loan
to meet this levy in aid of the Southern
Confederacy, getting authority from the
Pennsylvania Legislature to lay a special
tax to pay off a portion of it each year,
and I understand that its citizens are
still contributing to its liquidation. If I
was ono of thorn I would raise tho point
that such a tax is in violation of article
14, section 4, of tho Constitution of the
United States, which provides that all
debts or obligations incurred in aid of
insurrection or rebellion against the
United States shall be held illegal and
Tho stalks of artificial flowers must be
as visible as the flowers themselves.
For trimmings a delicate rose pink is
coming into fashion.
A dust colored eras lawn, with dust
colored lace flounced, has brocaded colored
Advertisements inserted under this
line. 'or each Insertion.
Try LanL'don's Citv Butter Crackers.
New style lace curtain poles, red Scotch
shading, hhade fixtures, &c, at
Hunt & Doyle's.
Linen and Mohair ulsters, large lot,
also Jap parasols 15 cents each, at Hunt
Book Bindery. Persons desiring book
binding will leave it at any of the book
stores. j21d2w H. H. Cox.
Wanted A white girl to cook, wash
iron for a small family in East Maysville.
Apply at this office. j27dtf
Excuifiosi.vrs, get your accident insurance
ticket before yo,u leave. It costs
but 23 cents a day for a S3.000 ticket.
M. F. Marsh, Agent.
Maysville Literary Institute.
The next session of this school will
cotumeiiCH on the first Monday in September.
lSbo. For terms, etc., apply to
the principal. j25dlw C. J. Hall.
Fok Rekt. Three large roomB, corner
of Limestone and Fourth streets to a
family with no chiidien. Water supply
included, rent SS.00 per month. Apply
to j23d I. M. Lane.
Ayer'r Sarsaparilla operates radically
upon and through the blood, and is a
safe, reliable, and absolute, cure for the
various diseases, complaints and disorders
due to debility, or to any constitutional
taint or infection.
Avoid by all means the use of calomel
for billious complaints. Ayer's Cathartic
Pills, compounded entirely of vegetable
ingredients, havo been tested for forty
years, and acknowledged to bo tho best
remedy ever devised for torpidity of the
liver, costiveness and all derangements
of the digestive aparatus.
Night Class in Uernmit.
The undersigned will give lessons in
German three nights in each week, for
ten weeks, beginning July 2d, provided
a class of ten be formed, who will enter
for the fall term, and pay one-half in ad
Instruction given in other studies 'A
desired. Tonus for ten weeks, $12.
j30wl C. J. Hall.
To Buyers of Clothing.
I take this method of informing my
friends in Maysvillo and vicinity that 1
am ndw with O. R. Mabley & Co. The
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders for Suits, goods &c, sent in my care
will receive my personal attention.
Goods will be 6ent on approval to responsible
parties otherwise O. O. D.
Goods will be exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fine dress
suits to hire for balls, weddings, &c.
N. B. M.vnsii,
With O. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O.
At Paris, Kv., June 2$, lb81, to the wife of
Mr. George Varden, twins, a sou aud daughter.
At Carlisle, Ky, Juno 27, m by Rev. John
.TnyDICliov.MIss LAURA 13. ROGERS to Mr.
JOHNJlt. THOMAS, both of Nioholas county.
Corrected dally by G. W. Qeisel, grocer,
Second street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone ,...9 7 00
MaysvllU) Family (i 23
Old Gold 7 00
Mason County . M 6 26
Kentucky Mills 0 0C
Butter, lb 15320
Lard, 9 15
Eggs, doz 15
Moal$ peck , 20
Molasses, fancy , .-, 75
Coal OU, "$ gal. 20
Sugar, granulated "H tt 11
" A.ft !t - 10
" yollowl lb.., 80
Hams, sugar cured ty tb.. is
Bacon, breakfast ty lb 15
Hominy, V nallou 20
Beans ) gallon 40
Potatoes peck, new , .. . 35
Coffee . 12ai5
Mnymrjlle nnd Bit. Olivet.
Arrives At Mny.s.rllleat 10 n. m. Leaves at
2 p. tu. Leave orders at Yancey a Alexander'
livery stable. It. H. POLLITT, Prop'r,
tower Ulnr lilclis to Maysville Dally.
Leave Blue Licks at 5 o'clock a. m.. and re
turning will leave Jiaysvuie
at 2:30 o. ro. Good stages nndj
careful drivers. JOHEPH U. BRu
Vnncclinrtf. Home, Concord. Jlnnches
ler nut! JlayMvllIc Dally racket,
HANI Y -Bruce Redden, Capt.
Loves Vancebuia dall.v at
5 o'clock a.m. for Maysville.
Leaves Mavsvllle 1:30 D. m.
Connects at Manchester with stage for west
Unlou. For freight or passage appiyou boaul.
Cincinnati, l'oriNiiiontlt, lll(f Sandy
JPomeroy 1'nckct Company.
JOHN' KYLE, President.
Lewis Glenn, Secietnry and Treasurer.
c.aiiii o. it. it. aacki:t.s
For IIiiiitlnKtoiitl'omcroy ,uiul all way
I.a iidl n u.
TELEGRAPH, Mood's nndTlnirsdnysS p. in.
FLEETWOOD, TueMtays aud Fridays, 5 p. in.
BOSTON A, Wednesdays nnd Saturdays, 6 p.m.
Portsmouth. all Mall and Wny Landings.
BONANZA, TuesdaysThursdays Sat'ys, 1; m.
Maysville, All Mall and Way Landiims.
MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Leave Cincinnati 1:30 a. in. Maysville, 1 p. m.
-ft"" i Fieiyht
boat. CM. HOLLO WAY.
THROUGH TO PARKERSBURO,
Fridays and Sntimlnys Menmeis
llnMona, l'H'i'Mvood and 'J rlcgi'npli.
THROUGH 10 PITTSBURG,
Every Suuday The regular weekly packet
These boats are all and we solicit
the patronage of the public at low rates.
C. M. IIOLLOWAY, Superintendent.
pair of second-hand plat-
V form scales. HIGGINS &. CO.,
ltd Mt. GUend, Ky.
good tinner. Apply to
Vy J2idlw EGNEW&AL LEN.
NAI.K Two eood counters, suitable
. forauy kind of buslues. Apply to
lildlw LOUIS MILLER.
OsT A pair of eye glasses, gold frames.
uei'verai jjsu Tiuaurru'E.
T OST-On Second street, between the Eu-Ij
ropean Hotel and Brooks & Parker's
livery staide, a gold in aud rubber holder.
PIpuso leave at this otllce aud rewaid will be
Back of the new Jail birtldlu.; o'r
1ST Sutton street till, or on Court to
becond to Mrs. Collin's millinery More, a pair
of gold spectacles. The Under will tecelve a
liberal reward by returning miw to
J22dlw THIS OFFICE.
pws DYSPEPSIA -AND-
U.ts never lulled to re IcVi and CURE auy
case of Indigestion ot Dyspepsia. Try it. For
sale by G EORGE T. WOOD,
Je30dJtwlm Maysville, Ky.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS!
r)ERSCN3 in vant of building lumber,
L fencing or shingles will tlud It to the
to uddiess us at Vanceburg, Ky., or H.
C. Barkley, Maysville, Ky. We huve something
made from yellow poplar with square butts,
equal to Michigan pine at much les price.
Shingles kept on hand and forsalebv Colli us,
Rudy & Co., and H. C. Barkley, Maysville,
K., ut mill prices.
jrjuim ljtiwiHLUU.Mi uuucuuu.
WILL offer at public salo on Tluirsduy.
I Julv nth, on tho premises, a house and
lot on Second street, now occupied by Dr. M.
F. Adamson. The house contains eight
rooms with kitchen, pantry and wash houe.
The lot Is sixty ieet wide and one hundred aud
eighteen feet iu depth. Tetnis mado known
on day of sale. Sale at 2 o'clock p, m.
J29dot JOHN C. ADAMSON.
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Stock of Import
eif and Domestic Good of the latest styles,
price reasonable and woi k the best. invJIy
II I I II MIIMIIII IMIMIIWI I !!
14,508 Boxes sola in a year Dy ur ti
rt TOlroutlv on tlic ILlver.
Cinvi Chills avi Pe ki, Dvmti'M,
TIOS, HlIKl'MATISJf. I'lLKs, I'aU'ITATION
OK T1IK llEAUT, T IZZINH8S. TOIU'ID LlVEB,
COATKHTONUI'E, AND All.
DISEASES OF THE LlVKll AND BTOMACH. If
you do not ' feol very well." a single pill at
stlmulntes the stoinncu, restores
tint appetite, Imparls vigor to tliu system.
R.E, SELLERS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
H, DODSON will remove his grain
JOSEPH ou the ist of July, from the pies-out
stand ou Sutton street, whore ho has beeu
engaged tho past ten years, to the graugo
waroliouso, corner of Second and Wall streets
opposite Daulton's stablo, where It will he
conducted by his successors, DODSON
Tho new firm will continue tho Grain,
Leaf Tobacco aud Coal baslness lu all of Its
brauches and keep ou hand tho best grades of
Pomoroy, and Raymond City
Kauawha and Ulacksmlth coal. Offices: cor.
ner of Wall and Second and coal oflico and
yard Front streot abovo lower grade. :
Jfdlin DODSONd: FRAZEE.
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