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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1883.
The crowds jipon the streets to-day.
Thoclly )8itle down,
Indlcalo, beyond n doulji,
A circus In the town,
And everybody great and Hinnll,
Who's got the needed tin,
You'll llnd will promptly boon hand,
To scoop that circus In.
IIi:.Mi' is worth $3 n cwt. at Lexington.
Somk of the schools at Flemingsburg
have boon dismissed on account of scarlet
Thk circulation of the daily and weekly
Bulletin amounts to 5,440 copies, which
is an increase of 212 during the last week.
Tiii:kk is some danger of complications
with the Mexican Government over the
crossing of the border by United States
A dkspatcii from Washington, to the
Cincinnati News says tho President will
certainly re-appoint Mr. Stockton postmaster
of this city.
Thk ties for tho otreet railway have
been deposited at several points alone
tho route preparatory to the beginning
of tho work of construction.
Joaquin Mim.kh rises to remark that
the daily newspaper is " tho six-shooter
of Eastern civilization." Every man
must have one or fall to the rear of the
Some very fine photographs of Mary
Anderson, Lawrence Barrett, Edwin
Booth and other theatrical celibrities
may be seen in Morrison & Kackley's
Mn. P. B. Vandk.v, whoso illness has
been noticed in tho Bullktin, died at
Covington this morning, ife win for
many years a partner of Mr. James II.
IIn.ll, in tho plow business, in this city.
Mn. Salomon', agent for tho United
States Electric Light Company, telegraphed
to Louisville this morning, for a
fifteen light incandescent machine for the
Maysville Knitting Company. It will
be put up immediately on its arrival.
Smokkiis who appreciate a really fine
cigar should try tho Silvor Dollar, Dark
Horse and other well known brands advertised
elsowhere by Mr. William Hunt
tho manufacturer. They are very popular
cigars and are widely used. Try
Tim: Bracken Democratic tho new
Democratic paper just issued at Brooks-ville,
is a handsome, cleanly printed seven
column paper, and is full of local news.
There can be no doubt of its success if
kept up to the standard of the number before
Tin: citizens of Chester, for tho purpose
of aiding tho M. E. Church, South, of
that place in liquidating tho church debt,
will give a concert next .Friday and Saturday
evenings, which it is desired should
bo well attended. It v.'ill, from all wo
hear, bo a very entertaining affair.
Miss Mattii: U.vnn's spring opening
has been fixed for Friday and Saturday,
the 11th and 12th inst. She will at that
time exhibit an unusually handsome
stock of spring bonnets and other seasonable
articles, that cannot fail to please
her lady customer's. An invitation to be
present is extended to everybody.
At Lexington on Friday afternoon, Mr.
Con Sweeny, brakeman of tho freight
train on tho Maysvillo division of the
Kentucky Central, in endeavoring to got
on board of the train while in motion,
fell on nccount of tho breaking of the
hand-hold, and fractured his loft arm in
two places, dislocated his collar bono and
was besido severely bruised on tho head.
His injuries are considered very boHous.
Mr. Thomas A. Davis, of Cincinnati, is
in tho city.
Cupt. Isaac Bryson, late of the steamer
Bostona, is now proprietor of a hotel at
Mrs. Matilda Eitcl returned Saturday,
nfter a pleasan visit of soveralt weeks to
friends at Carlisle.
Mr. CharltJs W. Humphreys, of Los
Angelos, California, is visiting his relatives
in this county.
Mr. W. Fred Aymer, the gentlemanly
press agent of S. II. Barrett & Co.'s circus,
favored tho Buij.i:riN with a call this
Mason Comity Democratic Convention.
Tho convention assembled at tho court
house on Saturday and was called to order
at 1 p. m.
On motion G. S. Wall was elected
chairman and George W. Sulser and E.
L. Worthington secretaries.
It was moved and seconded that tho
chair appoint one person from each precinct
in the county ns a committee to select
delegates to represent Mason county
in the State Convention to bo held nt
Louisville on tho 10th inst. The motion
wns carried and the chair appointed tho
following gentlemen to compose that committee
A. C. Restless. Dan Pnrrlnn. Tlins. A.
Joe Walton, T, Pollock, Jno. M. Hall. H. F.
Cllft, Alex K. Marshall, Lewis Bullock, Chas.
W. Curtnioll, W. S. Cllft And Danlol Scott.
Thomas A. Itespess then offered the
following resolution which was seconded
by J. D. Kehoc.
Jlesolved, That tho Democracy of Mason
county have confidence In the ability, fairness
and lutegrlty with which Oov. Lukn P.
lilackburu has administered tho affairs of
our state government, and believe that ho
has In the exercise of tho paidonlng power
shown Intelligent discrimination and beou
animated by tho purest and best sentiments
The resolution was adopted.
The committee appointed by the chairman
reported tho following list of delegates
A. K. Marshall, W. S. Cllft. Tho. A.
W. L. Ilolton, W. W. Baldwin, J. C.
Pickett, M. B. McKroll. John W. Alexander,
Dr. John T. Fleming. James II. Halite. Judge
G. H. Wall, Dan Perrine, Thos. P. Anderson,
W. O. Johnson, A. P. Gooding, Jos. Walton,
H. M. Marshall and I, owls Bullock.
On motion of Dr. Fleming tho report
of the committee was received and
adopted and tho committee discharged :
Dr. John T. Fleming then offered tho
following resolution ami moved its adoption
Jiesolved, That the delegates lo the State
Convention at Louisville on May 1(1, IShtf, bo
and they are heieby Instructed to cast the
vote of Mason county In said convention lor
lion. Thomas I,. Jones for Governor, Prof.
Joseph Desha Pickett for Sunciintondent or
Public Instruction. Fayette Hewitt for Auditor,
and James W. Tato foi Treasurer, ami
tiso all honorable means to secure the nomination
of said men.
Judge E. Whitaker offered tho following
as a substitute for Dr. Fleming's resolution
Jteaolvcd, Thnt Thomas L. Jones Is tho nrst
choice oi tho Democracy of Mason countv lor
Governor, A. B. Smith for Lloutonnnt Gov.
emor, J. D Pickett lor Hupailntendent of
Public Instruction, Fayotto Hewitt for Auditor,
J. V. Tato for Treasurer, Wat. Hardin
for Attorney General, and Thos. Corbett tor
Register of tne Land Olllce.
A. T. Cox moved as an amendment to
said original motion and substitute that
the convention vote separately on 'the
candidates for each of the offices for
which nominations are to be made by
the State Convention.
L. W. Galbraith moved to lay all tltese
resolutions on tho table, which motion
was lost. Mr. Cox's amendment was'
then put to tho house and carried. Judge
Whitaker then withdrew his resolution.
Mr. Cox moved that tho delegates appointed
by this convention bo instructed
to vote for Hon. Thomas L. Jones, ns the
first choice of Mason County for Governor.
Mr. A. P. Gooding moved that they bo
instructed to vote for Hon. A. B. Smith,
for Lieutenant Governor. Hon. J. D.
Kehoe moved to strike out the name of
Hon. A. B. Smith and insert the name
of Hon. Van B. Young, of Bath county.
Mr. Kehoo's motion was lost. Mr. Thos.
A. Respess then moved to lay on the
table tho motion for Hon. A. B. Smith.
This motion was lost and tho original
motion to instruct the delegates to cast
tho vote of tho county for Hon. A. B.
Smith was then put to a voto and curried.
Dr.Fleming moved that tiie delegates bo
instructed to cast tho votoot Mason county,
for J. D. Pickett for Supcringtendent
of Public Instruction, which carried
A motion was made and carried to
instruct for Hon. Fayotto Hewitt, for
Auditor and Hon. Jas. W. Tate, for Treasurer,
and Hon. Wat. Hardin, for Attorney
Mr. A. T. Cox, moved to instruct the
delegates to vote for Hon. Ralph Sheldon,
for Register of the Land Office. Judge
Emory Whitaker, moved to amend by
striking out tho muno of Ralph Sheldon,
and inserting tho name of Hon. Thomas
Corbett. Tho amendment wns lost and
tho original motion instructing for
Sheldon was then carried.
On motion tho convention adjourned.
G. S. Wall, Chairman.
Divido somo sardines lengthwise, removing
skin, bones and tails; add a little
of tho oil from the tin and put into tho
oven between two plates, lotting them
get quito hot. Tako somo thin strips of
broad, tho exact length of tho sardines,
fry them in buttor, put half a sardine in
on each slice, sprinkle on cayenno popper
nnd salt and a squeezo of lomon juice,
and sorvo very hot.
Barrett & Co.'s Circus.
S. II. Barrett & Co.'s circus arrived by
special train on Sunday nnd lias pitched
tents on the lot bolow tho city, and covers
about two acres of ground. Tho procession
this morning was very fine and
embraced all that was advertised to take
place. It is one of the best companies
traveling and large audiences have been
attracted wherever it has exhibited. The
tents will be crowded this afternoon and
Those who attended thf Dramatic Festival
from this town, returned lnjubllant spirits,
and considered themselves fortunate It they
could catch three distinct sentences.
Mrs. George Wheeler has returned fiom
Cine nnatl, with all the latest styles In the
millinery line. It would bo to tho ladles Interest
to give her an early call.
Never was there known to ho so much
painting and general fixing up among
i y homers as tills snrliu:. Aberdeonors have
1 I vert ho lon' In Eirvntlan darkness, that the
Eloctrlc rays from Maysvillo, will painfully
(I117. le our eyes. wenre tirea of tallow cm-
During warm spells, people havo suflored
so Irom'lhe heat on tho ferry boat, that Capt.
Powei's sympathy has gone out to poor suffer
ing immunity, uoport says, the Gretna will
spoit one 01 tho handsomest awnings this
summer, making it inviting to passengers.
Mis. Dr. Gutlule has returned from Cincinnati,
where she had a most dellghtml ti tp
taking In the Diumatlc Festival.
Wo noticed 11 plscntorlsl pnrty composed of
our most prominent business ueiitlcnieu,
wending their way to ruial scenes. Hut they
don't seem to very successlul In their
perhaps they become so ravenous ihey
prepare the llsh In their tents, camping out
lilts many pleasures.
Many of our fair beauties are puzzling their
brains as lo what would be the most stunning
st Vie ota bonnet for the coiiiIiil Mnv meetlnur
which Is a gala day lor the exhibition of the j
latest stylos of head gear,
A gentleman made the remark that he was
surprised so small a town asAbeideen had so I
largo a number of piettv ulrh, but was soitv
lo say their most defective lealuie veined to
bo their mouth. He nil 1 United that to their
propensity lor chewing wax.
The "latest sensarlon" Is a very coipietKh
song. Thei e Is one dai centleiuan who
has a weakness for anything In the sensational
lino. Itepoit sajs he will soon leeelvo
a sensational seienade. 1
How ollon we hear peoplo say with n sigh, '
Oh ! what n wicked woilil this is. The world
itself is iwautllul the people nlonn compose
the ulckedntss. Why, even the lovei of
nature are deprived of the of be.
holding Its beauties, by people who resemble
the vultnie. who can onlv subsist on foul ,
food-such people east gloomy shadows on
the most beautllul ol landscapes.
Woallndmlre lovable (talis of diameter.
Hut how few try to cultivate them Sometimes
wo hear of people who pui.ses these
lovable (pi'ditles. when In eonvers'it'nu
never speak 111 of a poio 1 if they know no
good, and nro always ready to 'oru'vf, but
slow to condemn. a thev know It Is rather a
risky business to condemn onlv limn surmise.
People of noble pilnclples nlw iv
mind their own business and lei olho's no
Advertisements Insetted under this heading
Klc per line for each Insertion
Tuy LanjnloH's City Butter Craukm.s.
fnv'.s straw imts, best Htock in town,
nt Hunt cc Dovle's. nmiJUiilv 1
Foit sa 1.1:. Two flcsiralilo lots on tho I
Fleming! jiike. Terms reasonable. Apply
to n'ilMlm "William O'Bhiks. I
Firht communion nnd confirmation
veils nnd suitings, best variety, at Hunt
Linen ar.d Mohair ulsters, lnre lot,
also Jnp piintsols 15 cents each, tit Hunt
Madami: IIaynks Uili:y can bo
consulted Tuesdays, Thursdays
nnd Saturdays at the Hill House in
this city, until the first of.Septembci
No other preparation so concentrates
nnd combines blood-purifying, vitalizing,
enriching and invigorating qualities as I 1
Aver's Sarsaparilla. Quality should bo
considered when making comparisons. I
Many ladies admire gray hair on somo
other person. IJut few care to try its i i
effect on their own charms. Nor need
thoy, since Aver's Hair Vigor prevents
tho hair from turning gray, and restores (
gray hair to its original color. It cleanses
tho scalp, prevents tho formation of
dandruff, and wonderfully stimulates the I
growth of the hair.
To Havers of Clothing:.
I tako this method of informing my ,
frionds in Maysvillo and vicinity that I
am now with 0. It. Mabloy cc Co. Tho
mammoth clothiers of Cincinnati. All
orders forsuits, goods Ac, sent in my care
will receivo my personal attention.
Goods will bo sont on approval to responsible
parties othorwisa 0. 0. D.
Goods will bo exchanged, if not satisfactory,
or money refunded. Fino dress
suits to hire for balls, weddings, Ac.
N. B. M.vusir,
With C. R. Mabley & Co., Cincinnati, O.
At Augusta, Ky., May 2, 1883, Miss LIZZIE
TEMPLE to Mr. LOUIH AMMEK.
At FloinlngMmrg, Ky.. Mn 3. 1M3, HOLLA.
MoDONALl), sou ot tho late Alfred Mc-Donald.
Corrected dally by O. W. Gkiskl, giocer,
Scoud street, Maysvillo, Ky.
Limestone $ 7 25
Maysville Family (J 25
Mujsville City (1 73
Mason County 8 25
Kentucky Mills o to
Lard, nib , J5
Eijgs, Vdoa 15
Meal V peck '.'0
Molasses, lancy 75
Coal Oli, gaf : 20
.Sugar, granulated V II
" A.t) lb in
" yellow V lb 8&U
Ifnm, sugar cured V tt 15
Hncon, lue.itclust ll 151
Hominy. f gallon ail'
Means ty gallon jii
Potatoes V peck no,
atutici: -The nersoti who bun owed.
book fiomT. S. Thompson. ttrlll tilnuLU
letlll'U It to ltlllL'CHs A Nnllll's Minn. , 11T.I.M
lir AXTKI A. second-handed poi table en-TT
glue and sawmill. Call on ,
niodlw No. 20 Market St., Maysville, Ky. ,
"llTAXm A position as bsokkeeper or
TT salesman by a man of experience. Can-give
good reierence1 Apply at. 1
nzmu THIS OFFICE.
i;OU good Cooking Hiove and
.1? ulenslls. Call at lhoinasTudor's tin suite
Second stieet, between Market and Lime-
Hlone. may7dtt '
lj'WK !i.K -51.000 worth" of Nntlons'and'
r Diy Goods to trade lor Lund. Stock or
Houses and Lots. Call on .
At Watson and Thompson's Halesiooni.
IO Si .SAI.i: Tluee house and lots." TuTi
. on W. II. AMBROSE,
niCillw No. 20 Markets!. iiyile, Kv. !
1.MHI set 01 lurnttuie, din-
lug looinehalisandlaulo.sofas.hnt luck,
coal oil stove, etc. Anplj at
1011 N.l 1,1; At a b.iimttu, 11 light inntiing
. sewing iiiacnliie In gooil nidei. Apply lo
ni2nlw IHISOFF11 K.
iok sai.i: At a l)iii gala, a double barrel
L shotgun, l'ilce;s. Apply at
my til I w IHIS OFFICE.
Jt Slt.i: A splendid laim ol 175 aces.
sliuated .t 1 l.uk's .siation on the M.and
L. R. R., five miles funn Maysville. Good
dwollluu and out bullillnus, tw tenant
houses, two laige loliueco bains, tventy five
acres ol new land, plenty of water, and on
Str.sles Bun 'utuplko. Sold entire, or as two
fin ins. .ppl, lo lien. R. Humptiiejs on
pieiolses0r . uARRLTl h. WALL.
a'JldAw in .lasvllle, Ky.
Jo: UKA'l' or tlve looms t small
V linn.ly. npi at uiVUf THIS OFKIt K.
M ii(esi s i lfs,M7,.'ill 10 Il'li ; till 111
Jj w.igoos.j , 7. idtc diuibio .sliuvel oIonn.s,
iiiciiiiii..gfXi.u loiuue. -'.' J) (o;:l Vi. at
lYALl.. ii t'Uitl'ER'S.
Oi'.OItooo M.s 2u lo ;l,')0. Chalis er
JJ s(, -; ni.it upwatd. 1 amp Chali tJ ami
upw'uid. I'e.iect.on hoot and shoo Clemiei
Si.VJ. GEO. ORT.Jic.
n: ., 10 to 7c . best
Bs:vi';iti:t;N I new iig Toiiiice'i SO cents
a pound. GEO. I . U uuli, -7, Second stieet.
1) "10, Hand M-wed, J5.) : putent lenthei,
latest styles Ladles', and Children's Fancy
Sllppeisoie. to;.'.-0. A.
lO J i'i. VVriWCST'iceiits to?.J7.'iii; two
v horse eultlvatois 810 lo?J'; coiuilfllls ell,
MYALL, RILI'A A
(iUAl.N It.Vi,, 7'k', womei.'s
C1llll.li,.s 'J', men's Cull Loudon Toe
Hutloii,sj.ij. F. B. R.vNHoN. Second St.
an)o,.r). m. 50, w. 70, aj, 00 ami ii,
Ci.m'i:r.s lour ouartei sat 'i'i,. !.'), id nnd 0.
1. W. SB RICH A BRQ..2I. Ala ket St
(U'llis ulil.lMlaml lets,
CI, seaonuiile llaidwaieat low prices,
OWEN'S MITC MEL, ii!d Fellinvs' l!aU ,
J 1 c, cost 25c; Italics' hose 20c, formerly
0.1c. Remnants of half wool dies goods 1J';;
to 20c. 11 UN'lW DOYLE, second stiei't;
SKTSS20and upwatd. Chillis,
5:! sLt and upward, Kalian Rocking Chnli.s I
d.i)0 and upwanL. Largest slock ot Parlor
Suits In state bli to S200. WHITE OItT. ,
sets il.ot). Kruiucil'Chrumosi
J l,'Ai Ouedo.eu le.id pencils 10c, lolling
hoops, kites, hammocks, balls and bats at
all) 1'UISTER'S bookstoie. I
tomatoes 10c, corn 10 and loc.
J peaches, three pound, 10 and 20c. Jellies.
two pounds, 200. JOHN WHEELER.
a.- i iii .sins .i to J,,,
Di..i,ii Sets 52.75 lo Sift. 0 l'lates .Tic,, d
Cups and Saucers ;re o Tuinblera 20c, 1 s,.t of
Knives and Foiksiine. O. A. McCARTHEY.
I.iliA.s'l'Ii: KOor PAINT. $100 a squate
J for tin. lion clad paint, blown or Black,
t.'.wiu s()iiaro lor shingles Enquire at Bi'i,
1.KTIN olllce. L. B. ARMSTRONO.
r.XirixrP.ua Rubber hose 25 to GO cents
r a loot iiikI wananied. Mtllim up bath
looms a specialty. T. .1. tLRLEY,
Second stieet. '
GKIISTKK C'l.OTH. the new aiis gmuls,
alt new shades, wariauted not to faUe. '
11 Ice 25 cents. NKSBI IT & MclCRFLL.
GOJ.f W.T4'lli:s tor $25 and upward;' :
"Sliver Watches SS and upward: Stiver.
riaieti niioons per sot si nnu upward, ai
HERMANN LANOE'S Jewelry Slor
1 i;TS' Sowed CohlTi'sm iiinl Encllsh lluls.
( T London too. Sl.to): Onoiu Sllnoers 51.00
Misses and Woinen's grain and button kid
3 1.2 J and $1.10. Cheap tables.
U.S. MIXER ifcliRO.
RAltSKSs 58, Saddles it, Whips loo. and
up, Bridles Sl.iO, Om-y Combs. Hoiso
Brushes, etc. It. A. TOUT, l.i. Stjcondjstreet.
IASTlSu'nxil, Sido LaceTand ""Button
j Shoes -toe, Kid and Peoblo Side Lace, 7nc.
ClolhTopButlon.SlfiO. Misses' Grain Button
81.00. F. 11. RANSON, Second Stieet.
ATKS'r styles of Ladies' Men's and
I. dren's shoes at great bargains.
A. HONAN, Market street!.
I,ASTI(J SHOK.S elevens to
IAl)li:.S' 60e Children's Side Laco sixes to
elovons75o. Women's Grain Bals 2Us loilks
SI.La(BoVJvl I Button 82. C. B.CLIKT.
MKN'S MJlTN3nnd upw"nrd. Boys' Suits
52 and upward. Lingo slock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods. VIOROY Jfc LEE.
ri'OWUI.S 5c. to 81.25; Handkerchiefs 5c. to
I 75c; Ladles' hose Sc. to 81.25. Cheapest
Table Linen In the city.
BURGESS & XOLIN
Frames nt inanufactiuers' prices.
5c. Two nice Pictures for 2' cents, at
MOURISOX & KACKLEY'S bookstote.
JUL Cljlgj IS ALWAYS
InE, OUW INTERESTING,
Fiom moinlni! fo morning and fiom week
to week THK .SUN pilnts a continued story
of the lives of teal men and women, nnd of
their deeds, plans, loves hales, and tioubles.
'I iii storti tuorc intercut liifj liana j romance
that wan cvir dvvteed. lptlon : DAII.V
(i pages), bj mull, Goc.n month, or SO odn year;
Sunday 18 pages), si.20 pel yiui; Wkkklv
(8 pages), Jl.lHl per year.
I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, X. Y. City.
CHARLES II. COOPER has made an
assignment 10O.S. Juild, lor the benefit
of bis ciedllois, who are hereby notified to
tile with the assignee their demands against
the estate, properly verified.
inayiJditwlin G.rt. JUDI, Assignee.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
rpHERE uin bea meeting of the HuMdlng
L Committee at Orangebuig on Saturday,
May the lath, hs;j. for the purpote of
bids for Hie building ofHione Lick Church
Mason county, hy. .Specifications made
known on da above meutlonel.
RESIDENCE FOR SALL
rPHE Desirable Residence on Second Srreet
J known as the Piesbyterlan parsonage is
otlertd foi sale on leasonablo tonus. Tho lot
Is HJ feet front and extends back 120 feet to an
alley. The house contains 7 looms, kitchen,
l)iun 1 valid there are two cisterns on llie lot.
Apply to J. J A M EH WOOD,
lll.UUiWim A.T. (UA,
City Property For Sale.
,..,,, ..,., ,, .,....
rP biick on corner of Third nnd
i- Limestone. frame on Third Ht.,
small brick house on Catholic alley.
aOdlm H.J. POWELL.
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
my'klly GEORGE HEISER.
11,00b JSoxes sold in a year by ONE
Act Directly ou tiie 3L,iver.
I'l'UI s ClIIl.l.S VVII I'K Kit, DVSI'El'sl.
Sl K IlKKIIHIIE, IIILIOt S COM ,
lllll'I'JCATISM, I'll-IX. I'AI.lMTATlOM
111- TIIK I IZIMJH, Ttllti'lD LlVHll,
I 1'llS' ll'E, ItFKlM KsNUss, AND ALt.
Disk vsi.h o the Livkiianu Siomalii. If
Mm do not " very well." u slinjle pill nt
l)il-l in, stimulates the stimmch, restores
tin iipp"tt!c linp.irts Is'ur tn the system.
R. E.SELLE3S&C0., Pittsburgh, Pa.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of iho Kidneys.
HAS been used with most malliylng
in many obstinate case-. 1'iof. F.
W.Clark, professor ofCheinl'try at tho University
ol Cincinnati sas this water "belongs
to Hie mi mo class wlih that of the Ulegbany
SpiliiL's, oi Virginia," the medicinal vlitucH
ol which aioloo well Itnown to bustaied here.
Those who desl.e to try this famous water
areieferieil to Captain C. W. Boyd, Levanmi
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway. Cineinnatl,
Ohio; .1. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salo
In half ban els a ml jugs by
m23difcwtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
ffYTTl 'niTTTli -RT 1 TITO
For power.purityottone.billllancy of touch
beauty ot llnMi nnd duiahlllty it lias no
equal.Theinosteinlnout pianists pronounce It
WE SESTIN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAGER, Branch oflice, Maysville, Ky
:Also, Tvho Matchless:
on hand. Correspondents promptly
Payments easy. sop20dJiwiy.
J, C Pecor & Co.
1AINTS,4)1I.S, VAItMNH, mill KKADY