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THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY EVE., AUGUST 10, 1883. ROSSEB & MoOABTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addhkss All Communications. TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Jomes Stundlford Money lost. Miss A. Harrison School. Fred Sehatzmanu Furniture and dishes for sale. Hunt & Doylo Bargains. When you go down to Hechingor's, Bo certain as you pass, To go lusldo nnd view yoursolf In that queer looking glass. And though, perhaps, you never know Thnt humor through you ran, That glass will show you that you are A funny kind of man. The street cars go by crowded. Tim brick part of the now jnil is almost ready for the roof. Tin: ice factory is expected to be in operation in a few days. Next to the street cars llechingcr's dwarfs are the sensation of the day. . The handsomo store-room on Second street belonging to Dr. Moores, has been rented by Mr. David Runyon, who will use it for a dry goods store. Through the kindness of Mr. Leslie Mannen, of Gcnnantown, the editor of the Bulletin is the owner of the finest Shepherd dog in Mason county. . . Tun usual prayer me.eting at the M. E. Church, South, this evening. The pastor having roturned from camp meeting will b6 present. Let there be a good attendance. When the ice factory begins operations you will have to buy a cake of ice, even though you have no use for it except to put it on the mantel-piece as nn ornament. m ' i Messrs. Hechingeh Bkos. & Co. are about to open a branch clothing house at Mt. Sterling. We take pleasure in thus recording another instance ot Muysville enterprise. o . The Amazon Fire Company will give a supper at their hall in East Maysville next Friday evening. It will be an enjoyable occasion and the company hope to see all their friends present. Tin: ladies of tho Presbyterian Church at Murphysvillo will give a Summer Night's Carnival nt that place on Friday evening, for the purpose of raising money to repair the church. All are invited. . . t On tho 14th inst., while the five-year-old child of Charles April, of Augusta, was playing in the lumber yard of & Co., with its mother, it attempted to climb a pile of lumber, which fell Upon it and killed it instantly. The most satisfactory remedy for the cabbage worm tried at tho New York experiment station last year, consists of a mixture of half pound each of hard eoap and kerosene oil in three gallons of water. Tho dose should bo frequently lepeated' . Mn. Robert Bisset, of this city, who is an enthusiast in pigeon breeding, has a fine lot of rare and beautiful birds, which are guaranteed to bo pure blood. In tho lotaro ruffle necks, barbs, fan-tails, tumblers, carriers, pouters and owl pigeons. As Mr. Bisset has more than he c ires to keep a limited number of pairs will bosold at reasonable prices. The following cure for cholera cannot bo printed too often. It should bo kept at hand by every family: Tako equal parts of tincture of cayenne, tincture of opium, tincture of rhubarb, essence of peppermint and spirits of camphor. Mix well. Doso, thirty drops in a wine glass of water, according to ago and violence of tho attack. Repeat every fifteen or twenty minutes until relief is obtained. The following is from the Piqua (0.) Tribune: Adams Express agent Win, Levering to-day received a lotter from the jail at Maysvillo, Ky., requesting him to lorward a trunk and hat box from this office, which were shipped by L. S. "Williams, alias Sam Belger, tho rapo fiend now in jail at Maysville under sentence of death, from Toledo, some five months ago. Thoy will bo forwarded immedi ately. It seems ho desires to collect his ofiects boforo swinging into eternity. . A despatch from Yanceburg says: " Additional facts in tho recent shooting in this county aro as follows: Dr. W. "W. Rambo and Bert Huffman had some sort of a quarrel on tho Manchester and Sand Hill ferry-boat, in which Huffman applied an, offensive opithot to Rambo, whoreupon tho Doctor pulled his "pop" and began firing, and Huffman to save himsolf, took rofugo behind a young man by tho namo Sparks, who received two slight wounds, ono in tho hand and one in tho leg. II. L. Wilson, owner of tho ferry-boat, was also slightly wounded in tho heel. Nobody was killed." CAMP MEETING. Rugoles Camp Ground, Aug. 14. This morning gave us a cool and bracing air, which was quite a contrast from tho heat of yesterday. There was a prayer meeting at 0:40 a. m. Tho tendency of this early meeting is to drift to a later beginning each day. But is not in very good ordor to appoint a meeting at six and not begin until 0.40, and so it follows that tho experience meeting will not begin until 9 instead of 8:30 a. m. The first was led by Rev. G. V. Bradford. The experience meeting was led by Rev. J. D. Valh, and introduced by le.idingund commenting on the sciiptures. A good congregation was in attendance, but only a low spoke. The service was brief. At 11 a. m. R"V. J. Foster preached from Romans 7th, 24th ' Oh, wretched mm that I am ; who shall deliver mo from the body of this death ?" " This wretched man," ho said, " is not a believer, but a truly awakened ninner, who has not the remedy of the gospel set re him. This body of death is internal sin. The unknown "deliverer's Christ." At 3 p. m. Rev. J. D. Wnlsfi preached on a paragraph from Luke, on '' Prayer." The sermon was excellent. A number of penitents came to the altar for prayer and instruction, and many proteased, came forwnul, seeking the blessing of a clean heart. Two professed conversion. Rev. John R. Eads preached at S p. m. from Eph. 5th, 14th" Wheiefore Tie saith : Awaken, thou thnt sleepest, and rise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light." The sermon described the natural condition of sinners taking the figures used by tho apostle darkness, sleep and death. The tendency and consequences of sin were hoinaged, and he readiness and ability of Christ to save set forth. The congfegation, which was very large, gave profound attention, and at "the close several came forward to the altnr and two were blessed with pardon. Tho Association met to-day and elected Dr. Win. Bowman, Thomas II. Ruggles, James Fitch ami I. M. Lane for tho ensuing year. The financial condition of the Association was asce rt ,ined to bo healthy. One cottage was sold to-day by the board of directors to J. B. Fitch, of anceburg. There arrived to-day of ministers, C. J. Howes, of Covington, E. C. Pollard, of Germantown, J. S. Mariott, of Foster Circuit, James S. Ruggles, of Southeast Indiana Cenference, and Joseph II. of Fleming county. Rev. J. Foster returned to his afflicted family, Rev. G. . Bradford to Augusta. Many regrets are expressed that Rev. A. Bureing's family is so afflicted that he is not likely to be with us. Tho prospects for a vet v good meeting are growing brighter earn servico. we expect a laiger attendance than on any former week day. Theio are twelve pastors here this evening after all who have left, and "still there's moie to follow." Another family from Maysville moved in to-day. Mat. Tolle is laying in a bountiful supply ol groceries, provisions, confe and melons. Wo expect large congregations fiom now unt.I next Monday, v'e were glad to meet on Sunday many old Fleming countv friends, amoiig them George and Charles Fleming and John Ringo. We hope they will come again. Liberality. Messrs. Bierbower & Co., of this city, have generously added to the pieiiiiuni list of the coining fair, one of the well" known and handsome Limestone cooking stoves, valued at $60, for the best baked ham. This stove is adapted to tho use of either coal or wood, and is large and handsomely mounted. It mi'y be seeu in Floral Hall during the exhibition. The hams entered for this premium will bo retained by the fair association for the benefit of visitors to the grounds. It will be well worth going to tho fair if for no other purpose than to get a taste of those hams. There is no doubt that the finest cooks in the woild will be competitors. The Colored Association. The messengers to the Colored General Association of Baptists, mot yesterday morning at 10 o'clock and was called to order by tho moderator, Rev. Rev. P. Johnson, who conducted tho devotional exercises, after which the clerk, W. H. Stewart, of Louisville, proceeded to read the lottors from tho churches, giving nn account of the condition and progress of tho churches during tho year. Tho letters read showed an increase in membership and spirituality. There are over a hundred messengers present, who, as a whole, aro a dignified set of men. Preaching sot vices are held every night the public is respectfully invited to attend. . County Court Proceedings. James Cuitis qualified as guardian of Lillio Lee, Curtis Newell, and Anna Sirelda Williamson, minors undtr fourteen years of age, with Omar Dodson and James A Cuitis sureties. G. S. Judd, qualified as Trustee of Win, W. Brinoy, with Charles II. Wliito us surety. W. D. Coryell, R. P. Tollo and Paul Iloeflich were appointed appialser.4: For itssoothin'g and grateful inlluenco on tho scalp, and for tho removal and prevention of dandruff', Ayer's Hair Vigor has no equal. It restores faded or gray hair to its original dark color, stimulates tho growth of tho hair, and gives it a beautiful, soft, glossy, and silken appearance. Delegates and others attending the Bracken Association at Millersburg, cm get return tickots to any station on tho K. C. R. R. at tho rato of ono cent per mile- upon presentation of certificate of attendance, signed by tho Olerk of tho Association. PERSONALS. Mr. D. Keefer, of Covington, is in the city. Mr. Win. Conley, of Richmond, Ky., who visited his mother this week, returned homo yesterday. Mr. V. W . Dygert, marble dealer, of Rutland, Vermont, was the guest of Mr. S. J. Daugherty a few days this week. The Lexington Transcript says : Mrs. Isaac Thomas, of Maysvillo, is in the city, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. W. White, on West Main street. Mrs. W. G. Oldham and two daughters, Misses Docia and Mamie, of Falmouth, are the guests of the family of Kev. H. B. Taylor, of East Maysville. The Maysville Knitting Works will resume operations on Monday, Aug. 27. COUXTT"I'Ul.i?i. MILLWOOD. Grinding at II. V. Cold's mill every 0un. King visited Washington the first of tho week, on business, ol couise. Mis. Lutlo Willet entertained a host ot her friends mi Friday of last week. Eveiyone enjoyed the day and the nice diunei. Mis. Smootand Mls Llda aie visiting Mis. Dougherty. Miss Bessie White, of Maysville, Is vMtlng Miss MnttleCoid. Miss, bessle i an accomplished young lady. R. M. Hanlson Is In Cincinnati on business. Watermelons are pleutllul with us. Miss Alice Bateinun ha returned home, n ple.is.int visit to her aunt, Mis. i.iU Uatenian. angel. mavslick. J. A Jackson it Son aie n.iylng the highest cash pi lee lor bacon, potatoes aud onions. Mis. John Wotthlngtnn ha taken n ie lapse, and is not expected to live but a xlioit time. If you want to btild uo a town or community patronize home lnevety branch of business. The shade trees in tills place remind u verv much of fall wcathei the leaves me ,ul filling ott. C. W Cook.of Newatk.Ohlo, lstop.lngat the Stonewall House, torn tew da.s, looklU4 line as silk. The fouudntlon of the Cith'dte I'hii'cii l this place Is now undei way. and will snon be completed. Dr M. 11. Davis has been taking 't,nn cm thehlciele under Prof. Jatnes F.ugeinul.ol Maysville. Mr. a. D. Oir will niwn a female rlmol the tliNt of ScDtemter, assisted l herdiugh ter, Ml-s Nettle. Mrs. W. H. Tillar, wife of the pistnr o the Christian Church, has been elr ulatliuitnoui us for two weeks. Piof. Charles M. May onnsn mixed school in ihls tdace the tltst of nisid by Miss Maggie Arthur. I,. T. travel)) aient to HI I v Shiupe, of Clnc'tina 1 wis leistered n the tonewall House Monday. Eveiy aval ah'e wh cle ' engaged for nex Sunday by the cnloted population, to attend tne Asoei )tlon at Maysville. There is no necessity ot ynmu Indie and gents going oil to hoaidlug li)"ls uhV Ioniser, We have competent teacbeisln oui midst. J. A. Jackson, aftPi'belngnhent lour weeks retained home nn the nth inst., lunklng foi all the woild like ngiln, mucn Im- piiiveu in neiiiiii. Mrs. Rebecca J. WINo i.a clnnnlng widow, fo'inerly of Ashland, but now of Lexlnu'ou, is speeding n lew week with bei in u.y frlo'idsnnd lelatlvesln this vUlnlty, We have had no inln here for over four weeks. Pastuie and veget itlon me miming mv, an'' stock andili Inking water Is scarce in many places, o hauling water is uow the order ot the day. J. A. Jacks in A- on aie now tecelvlnga huge stock ot winter boots and shoe all I custom woik. Al-ou lnige line of gents ai ! ladles' hals, for the fall tiade, which will he sold cheap foi cash. A yonng lady of thl vicinity, on healing ol an old widower ot this place mairvlng, sold her heiut stopped beating lor tle minutes. 'e are glad to stale, however, that she survived the shock, aud Is out of piesent danger. John and Rasll Wheatly, of Sanlls. passed through this plnce Monday, on their way to Femlns lounty on business They have a new all complete, and when the Mine comes they propose hulling all tho seed In the county. Misses Mary J. Wheatley, Debbie J. Whent ley, and Mary Thomas Wheatley, of H.udl, alter mi absence of four weeks, visiting In Lewis and Greenup counties, returned home on the lOtli Inst., ai.d expressed themselves highly pleaded with their trip. 9IAHKIE1. August Hth, 1885, at the resldonco ot S. B. Aldeison, MISS CORA J. HICKS to MR. W.M. H. DAVIS", all of Mason county. WA1TTS. Tir AXTKO To buy a residence of live or TT six rooms. Apply at Jj3ldlf THIS OFFICE. FOR KEST. ItlJXT Tlnee nice rooms on Giant . stieet, to a lamily with no children, al5dlw JOHN-WALSH. Ji OK KEN'T The dwelling house formerly I ; occupied by Dr. Ailamson. Tho house Js In complete repair with water and gas thiough the building. Apply to aHdtf JAMES WHITE. FOR S.iXK. .ill TICK KT.H will given car C ticket to tho buyer of eveiy one dollai'r. worth or goons, lor casn, at my New and fiesh slock Just lecelved. Prices to suit all. HERMANN LANOE, alodlw Tho Jeweler, ltllii:. Dining tho preent week 17111:1: buyer of one dollar's worth or over of queensware, etc.. I will present n stieet car tl 'ket. My stock Is huge, Itesh and eveiy department lull. Pilces low. G. A. MCOARTHEV, nlStf 21 Sutton Stieet. OK SAIjI: At a baigaln. A No. tl Fa-1 Iji orlte cooking stove, bedstead spilngs, withstand, kitchen and extension tables, castors, washbowls, pltcheis, sate, lot 01 dishes, etc. FRED SUHATZMANN. auglOdlw joii MAl.K A line Alderuey belter, two X' months oiu. Apniy to nl5dlw .MCCLANAHAN. rioit NAM',-A deslinblo namo lesldeuce r on Second stieet. Apply at once to n!5dlw SALLEE & SALLE K, Com t St. OK NAIiE A large line of Bicycle Shins 17 nt prices ranging irom Sl.M to 2.23. Call mid examine them. NESBITT& MOKRELL. n!3d2w No. 20, Sutton alreot. SAIiK Vacant lotsou Fleming pike. I7OK t0 til3dlm G.S.JUDD. FOUKU. and chain to u wagon " brake. Apply at aludJt THIS OFFICE. LOST. IOHT On Saturday, on Market street, a j twenty dollar hill. Plea.se return to this office and be rewarded. a!6dlw JAMES SrANDIFORD. On Tuesday, on Second street, TOST tween Mrs. Lou Pearce's store and Dr. Martin's residence, pocket hook containing a small sum ol money, Please return to a!5dJt THIS OFFICE. Saturday last between the Central LOST and the residence of Mrs. Glvens, on West Third street, a pluk cameo rl g. The Under will please leturu It to this otllce and be rewardeJ. n'dtf. ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL lOK YOUNtt I.ADIKS. MIS4 a. HARRISON. Temporary rooms over chapel of the Christian Church, linens ."Hominy, ftcpt,.1. 1SS3. Terms $3(1 Sin nod SiiO per ear (payable quarterly In ad vance). Fuel and incidentals, oOc. per quarter. A lltemy club will bo formed to meet winter evenings. Pilvate classes in Histoiy. nlOlind Wills' World Worm Candy. 'liHE Rest lemedy known foi worms. I'm L uplnnde lcious stick otcuidy. (hllnen love to take it. No eiylng or scolding or choking or punishing. Il jmir child is fieiful or ueivoiis, oi has any symptoms o worms, trv this lemedy. It is peilctly hiiiinless. All diugglstskeep t GEO. T.WOOD, al'lm Wholesale Agent, .Maysville, Ky. CAR TICKETS xVBTRKK TO AM,"5 ALL persons who buy loi cash ouedollnrs woith of clothing, or other aitlcle. at this establishment will be pi vented with a stieet car ticket. We have Just lecelved n new and well selected stock, u led i w VICROY&LEE. STREET CAR TICKETS GIVEN AWAY At the Cheap Cash Stoie; to every purchnser ol one ilollai's woi'h ot goods, for cash. NESBI1T i McKRELL, nl5dtw 2u Suttoutiett. Street Car Tickets! GIVEN AWAY. 'ivy ever puichaser buying one dollars 1 wot 1 h of gomts tor cash Itoin Us, a stieet eai ilcket will be given. J. W. SPARKS A- BRO., alStllw No. 2J Market street. FUSE HIDE. mavsvii.i.i: sTiti'.r.r kaij.way. HP 'I e puid aserof eveiy dr liar's wi rih 01 I JL ovii ! goo i-in oui ii.,e, hi e sh, we will I iv ei u Mieet car ticket. Full line ot all 1 Inds 01 tu.uituie, a, d price the lowest In tne .-suite. a 0 lw v illlK Ho! for the Street Railway! 'JO eveiy buer of one dollai's woith of J boots, slnie, 01 nihei ineicii!inille, for ousii. iluii g this week, we will gieiistieet i'iu ticket. Ve have a l.ue and fieli stock to s.leet funn. MINER i BRO , nHdot .Leonid stieet. Public Sale! "E will otler at public sale 011 Satuiday. ."septeiunei l.Mli, lsj, oil the premises, the farm four uihes uoi.h of Mnys.lck. late i. occupied by Mis. Maria Wmcle. It ITiacies, is well Impioved, and has on It n good hiMie ol eight looms, two tobacco buns, all plenty o w.itei. The land Is superior tobacco land. Terms made knowu on day ol sile. s.i!eat 2 p. in. If. M. WARDER, J D. PEED, Auc'r. . R. WARDER. II Ugl.'dAW.I v TRUSTEE'S CLOSING OUT SALE AS Trustee of Mrs. LOU. PIERCE, I will sell In the next two veeks. at her bioio In the Jauuuy Block, Second stteet, her stock ot Mllllneiy, consisting of Laces, Ribbons, Ruches, Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, nnd a variety of goons usually lounil In a ilrst cl iss millinery store. These goods will be sold regardless of cost, nnd a rareoppoitunlty Isoll'eied the ladles ol this city and vicinity for puichaslng goods at in ices tar below their real value. Remnants ot Satins aud Ribbons suitable lor quilts, will be almost given away. Remember tnese go ids must be sold, no matter what they briug. Call and eo. J. W. V ATSON, 13dlw Trustee 01 Mrs. Lou. Pletce. Established Business FOR SjAlLS:! rjiHE partnership ot the firm bf SULSER. L PETRV A CO.. Cigar inanufucturei.s, ot Maysville, Ky., wlilexnlie by limitation on November 1st, KKt. The ninchiiieiy, olllce timiltuie, copyrights, stock aud good will of the business me otieied (or sale. For yeais the tlrm has enjoyed the confidence ol the trade and have now hooked an exceptionally flue line otciislnmeisthioiighout the country ott their uumoi ous aud very popular bruuls of goods. This Is a most excellent opportunity lor any one deslilug to engage In the manutactuio of clgtus, to step Into nn old established biisluess, fully equipped with all niaciilnery and appliances lor a large and piotltahle business. Terms can be made for a lense lor a tei in of yeai s on the factory buildings. For pnitlculnis call on or address fULER, PETRYACO.. nOdlm Maysville, Ky. Georgetown College, GEORGETOWN, KY.-On Cincinnati Southern R. R. Located In the healthy and beautiful " Rlue Glass'' legion of Kentucky. Mth session opens September Hid, lM. lnsti uctlon In all binnches of n College education. Experienced Piofessois, The degres ol U. in., A. II. and A. M., conlened. Usual couise for those who can spend only one or two years in College. Tei ms low for advantages otieied. For catalogue or paitlculais uddiess eaily to JI2wlt R. M. DUDLEY. D. D. Piesldent. Carriages and Buggies FOR SALE. nccouut of our dissolution, we oiler for ON tine lot of new Ruggles of our own make. Wo also have for sale a lot of second-liana Haiouches nnd Haggles, We Invite per sons who need anything In our line to call and exainlno our stock. iilld&wlm WILBON& DIETERICH. LEGAL NOTICE. W. RRINEY.of this county, having made a deed of assignment to the benefit of all his cieditois, they will please piovo and file their demands with the assignee as soon ns practicable. uHdlm G.S.JUDD, Asslguee. MEAT STORE. KIRK has opened a dally meat mar-. RC. ket on Market street, tiext door to R. B. Lovel's, and will kee,) all kinds of lresh meat at prices and will deliver It In any part ol the city. Call aud eee me. aUdOm R.C.KIRK. FARMF0R SALE. rWILTj oiler at public sale on Woiliiesdny August 2mi, 11 not cold privately before that time, my faun ot acies, thtee and one-halt miles from Maysville, on the Geimantown turnpike. The place has on It a comfortable dwelling, good stock barn, lea house, finest pool In the county which covers over two and one-half acies, Is IS feet deep and Is well-stocked with fish. Tlilsfaimis all In grass except eighteen actes and there Is not an ncre oi the tiact that will not glow tobneco. nldAwtd W. h. WELLS. Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BROWN'S PILE C RE, will erne any case of piotrudlng or ulcerated bleeding Piles byn few applications, a tiial will convince auy one who is sulterlng with this loathsome disease that what we say Is tine. For sale by GEORGE T. WOOD, Wholesale Diuggist, JeSOdAwItn Maysville, Ky. the i'ju'i:to et chimp BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE OHlfJr.'s, inch31dly SL'TTON STREET. Dissolution Notice. rpHE fltm of WILSON & DIETERICH was X dissolved by mutual consent on the first ilay of August 16sU. All peisons In debt to f.ild Mini are requested to come forwaid and settle. The business will be conducted nt the old stand by F. Dietrich & sou. JOHN. H.WILSON, FRED DIETRICH. Ill reMilng from the firm of Wilson & Dietetic!), I take thU means of leturnlug my thanks to the public for their past favors and request a continuance of the same for the new rtrin. nOillw JOHN H.WILSON. FOB SALE. BRICK House, Contnl dug seven or eight looms, In the city of Maysville. Will sell cheap and upon tetms to suit puichaser. Call on or iuldies S. E. MITlHELL.M.D., a2dtf Shiirpsbiug, Ky. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. "VOl'ICE is heieby given, that the firm of i A'HEA I'LEY A; ( O. bus this day been by mutual consent, T. W. Whentley wlthdiawlng. The ill in name In the tutuie will be J. H. vv CO., who will assume all the liabilities, ami collect all debts due the old til m. T W WHEATLEY, JAMEs H.ROGERS. August 1st, liSJ. uiig3dlm 3MAYSVILLE CITY MILLS. ROBINSON & CO. Aie still gtlndlng corn ami aie prepared to gilnd yoiu own coin orexchauge atuny time. Wheat CUSTOM Grinding Will be done as heretofore, when good wheat is biought to them. a0d&w2m SCHOOL BOOKS! JPov Mnson County. MUIE following of the Eclectic Educational JL Series have been otllelnlly adopted by the Comity Boardof Examlueis for exclusive use lu the public schools ot Mason County, viz: McOuHVy'M Readers, Primer mill Chart ita.v's Arilliiuelics niul Alyrebrus, (.eniirraiililcs, ICeiiiucUy i:lillou: KI sjsiein iiiansit, Klectle History ol 111)' Uliiled Males imtl itioitn's 1'Iiysloloy mill Hygiene, etc. Fuinlshed at Puhllsliei's rates by MORRI&ON & KACKLEY. a2d&wlm Maysville, Ky. T. Lowry, iDealerln: MIL! GROCERIES, Teas. QueciiMvare, C'ij;ar.s. Glassware, Tobaccos. Xolioiis. Highest cash pilce paid torcouulry pioduce. JylSdtf Coiner rouith and Plum stieels. J. C. Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, IVIXTS,On.S, VAltXISH, mill ItKADT BIIXKO lMIM'S, WALL PAPER. Biiiltlinjr Paper, Carpot Paper, AND WINDOW SHADES. J. ItlcCAUTlIi:., Licensed Auctioneer J a for Mason and adjoluiug counties. Orders left nt tlio UuiiLETiN ottlco will recelvo prompt ntteutlou. P. O. address Mt, Curmel.