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W THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FKIDAY KVFNING.MAY 18, 1883.
KVSSIKO IIUl.l.r.TlN l
published dally, nun served beeo! postage at
Oiteuts porw l;;'2 ccmiI per ninnth;7ocents
per three nmuh ,,5."0ier six months, nnd
83 per year, i nvabiotn advance. '
OUR loilowlng poisons
are thoauthiulz dime t lorthe DAII.V Hur.
TiBrrN in the- places nmed. Contracts mr
subscription or ud vert Ising muy bo innde
Kiiaxn N Win i.'lurv.
Mt. M HI -gins.
MlNKKVA V. II. HliWes.
MT. olivet Peter Mvers.
Maysmck j . Jnokion.
Tooraiiop. W L. Hollon.
Sr.ACK'8 P. O M. V. Moran.
KmzaviijM: W. H. Stewart.
Mt.Cahmkl T. A. Henderson.
Fkk.v Lkak IJarrv liurmiviu
Foiwan's HiMUNoa. - f M. Hawley.
Ukumastown T J.Kuckley &Co.
Washington Miss Anna 1 lamias.
J' hnson Junction. Scruggs ife llro.
W. H. Barksdale.
Tho above Unmbor represents the
each week il tho DAtLY nnd Weekly
Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to cull
and assure themselves o' the truth of the
statement, anil they nrereo nested to bear In
mind that our' ra vs for advertising arc tb.
Senator Camkkon will sail for Europe
It is expected that the Star Haute trialH
will continue for anqther month.
Jkffersoh J)avi9, who
haa been very Birk, is reported to be better.
The Illinois .House of Representatives
has passed a bfll fixing saloon licenses at
The payments on account of pensions
for the present month will amount to
The Atlanta property claimed by the
Catholic Church of Texas has been formally
transferred to the State.
Tin: cable despatches announce that a
treaty of piaco between Chili and Peru
has been signed and continued.
Co.M.Miin.vi:u Bowman, estimates that
the wheat crop of Kentucky will be about
eighty per cent, of an average yield.
Tun contii'ct for the Garfield monument
at Wiihint(tti has been awarded
to .1. Quiney Adams Ward. It is to cost
At the next Cincinnati Exposition
there will In a complete and interesting
exhibit from ulonirthe
svstem of railroads.
The Cincinnati and Eastern It ilway
company have filed papers with the Secretary
of State of Ohio, extending their
line of railroad from Portsmouth to
The Governme it has paid the heirs of
General H. E. Lee $1L.'),0(0 for the Arlington
estate. The sum of $150,000 was
appropriated for the purpose, but $25,000
of it is retained for taxes alleged to be
The President has made the following
appointments uf United States Consuls:
Francis Iiiiuuhiirnnt, New York, at Naples;
B. Odel Duncan, South Carolina, at
Catania, and James Fletcher, lown, at
A ci nic inch of gold is worth $210; a
cubic foot, $:!7:5.:JSO; a cubic yard,
This i valuing at $18 tin ounce. At
the commencement of the Christian era
there was in the woild $1127,000,000 iu
gold. This had diminished to
at the time America was discovered,
when it heir in to increase. Now tho
ti'iiount of gold in use is estimated to be
Tin: hum of $115,800, lately paid to the
tniBteoof Washington and Leo University
by the St.ite of Virginia, was the interest
due on what are known us the Pe.ibody
bonds. In when thesteamer Arctic
was lost at sea she carried down with her
$151,000 worth of Viginia bonds, that belonged
to Mr. Peabody, which the State
refused t renew. The iclaim was given
to tho Virginia college and the Legislature
hns since provided for the payment
of the interest, which dates back to the
time when the bonds were lost.
Tin: grand national competitive military
drill begins at Nashville on Monday,
the 21st inst. Fifty-two infantry companies,
nine batteries of artillery and five
military bands nro already entered and
others will probably bo on hand. Prominent
military, naval nnd civil personages
throughout tho country will bo present,
nmong them President Arthur, Gen. Jos.
E. Johnston, Gen. Grant, Gen. Beauregard,
Gen, Sherman, AV. II. Vandorbilt,
Jay Gould, Secretaries Folgor, Lincoln,
and Chandler, Attorney General
aim Governors of many of tho Slates
and Territories. Tho drill and attendant
ceremonies will continue during tho
week, closing with dress parade on
A TlRht Place.
Tombstone (All.) Epitaph.
John Lvons,,a well-known citizen of
tlii county, on' F'idiiy List, while at work
in the sit i It of bis mine near Tres
had just put in a blast and lighted
the fne, on rci chlng the top of tbo
lit ft, be hulield four mounted Apaches
r.pidly approaching. A.i they saw mm
approach they increased their pace, and
their fiendish yells relieved Mr. Lyons of
all doubt as to their intention toward
For mi instant he was
wit i terror. Being entirely unarmed
was nit to be th ntirlit of.
while escape bv flurht was equally
His liiyt inipulso wim to hurl
himself into tlie sluft and be blown to
it ms by the exohsi in of )liu( blast
than perish miser ibiy at tin hinds of
the remorseless Ib'iids who bad him at
'their ruercvl ' To.' VtuiWMloris;oii'uiil
onl v a,iiioine'iY,'s tilne, fifiVi'tho A opaches
were almost "upon hmi. Suddenly, w'tli
the inst'neti of dfspjiir, l; Lyons, throw
liimnclf, blnm a J)i,le of roek Close at
hand, ami at tlje Mime instant the blast
tit the bottom of 'ho'shiift exploded 'with
terrible effect, throwiniMi showenof.rock
and ilubris high in thuaitvwhieh.wus followed
by a dens" cloud of smoke rolling
up from Ui shafti T iu tiuMans. who
v -re now sure of their Victim, halted a
moment at the unexpected, and to! them
mysterious eruption; then, vith..n yell,
not of triumph, butof rage, mingled with
terror, wheeled their horses and galloped
otT iu the direction whehco thoV came.
Mr. Lyons c tw l,t first sctreehrWalizo
that he had almost niiracuously
from n horrible death', but as srtoh hs he
had recovered from his ulnizeirH'ti't, departed
for Tres Aminos, ihtiu'tirig. oh the
road a party of neighbors going out to
search for his remains, thsy having seen
tho Indiuis heading in tho dirCcUon of
the mine, and not doubting that Mr. Lyons
hud fallen a victim of savage ferocity.
1'eaclilng a Jlelicun MtiultitsIuoHs Habits.
An up-town professor lost the Oriental
bit of scri jit given by'a Chinese
vn without Jt wjieli he, went for
his sjiirts. The Cliin'aihan said, "'Gimme
" Lost it," sai i.the Prifossor.
Tho Chinaman went to the rear of his
den, imd came back shrugging his shoulders.
lie said, smiling. " Soil v." M '
' Miy are you sry?"' said the
" Mo lot shirts," said the Chinaman.
Tne Prufesoor got a lawyer aiul returned
to bulldoze the Cninanrin.
" Give this man hisidiirts, yelled the
"Solly," mud the Chinaman, as he
rolled lip a damp garment. " lie lost
tickee, I lost shirts."
Parleying did no good. The Pro'essor
retired without his shirts. Oil the next
return of his wash from the same laundry
the Chinese messenger gave, him, in
change, a trade dollar. It proved to be
as light as a feather. Going to the laundry
the next day, after discovering that
the ciiii was worthless, ho told the Chinaman
there that his man had given him
that, counterfeit. The Chinaman tos'cd
it on the counter, weighed it, and smiled.
" Badee," lie said
" Your Chinaman gave it to me," said
" Badee Chinaman. I sent him 'way
yeMord y" And the proprietor smiled
again, The Professor cone tided to try
The Monster Prison of Europe.
London Dally News.
The ogest prison in Europe is the house
of Detention, which has just been completed
at Berlin. 'This enormous edifice
comprises six seperate buildings, to which
have been transferred all the prisoners
awaiting trial who have hitherto been
confined in the various prisons of Berlin.
The prison for men consists of a ground
floor and four other stories, with 732
s 'pantecells, dormitories for 105 prisoners,
besides forty rooms for turnkeys and
sleeping accommodation for 118
E ;ch of the 7."2 cells has a window
ten feet high. Thoro arosix'cells in tho
basement for prisoners who are refractory
to discipline, and in the basement are also
to be found the kitchens, the bath rooms,
an I the heating aparatus of the prison.
Tne internal part of the prison is constructed
of iron, and is so built that oil
thecotr'dors look out upon a central hall,
which coi'riirimids a view of every coll.
The prison for the men, which is separated
from the rest of the building by a
wall sixteen feet high, also contains a
chapel and four lurue exercise ground-.
The prison for women contains only 110
cells ftiid fifteen large dormitories, tho
latter of which are divided into sections,
eachcoutaininga lied which can
up every night after its occupant has retired
Tho new frames ruches for the neck
re vcrv wide and full, am I are nearly a
Straight coats of black Sillienne, lined
with old green plush, are worn over black
velvet dresses and are trimmed with
Quo of the loveliest dresses for midsummer
or spring festival wear is of white
veiling dotted with silk brocade
Large palm-leaf patterns appear in involved
designs, covering the entire surface
of cashmere broches of the finest
Embroidered costumes of black cashmere
will bo still moro dressy with trimmings
of tho new soutache luces.
Tho long, nurse npron front, with
above it around the hips, is a favorite
stylo for spring costumes.
Among tho designs in the new' sateens
are red and green pepper (capsicum)
pods, with foliago and steins.
Tho now wraps, pelerines, scarfs, dolmans
and visitcs are all mado bouffant on
the top of tho bhoulders.
Largo puff crowns and plaited brims
are features in somo of tho most becoming
Brown and dark almost invisiblo
green are favorite colors for spring wraps
whon of woolen cloths.
An eccentric fancy is to cut tho ends of
all ribbon bows, strings and sashes into
long forks or notches.
Merinos nro again in favor, nnd, combined
with v0lvot, bid fair to rival cloth
for dressy qtrect costumes.
Cats aro tho fashionablo animals at
present, and cat-head and cat-paw ornaments
aro in high favor.
Shortly a ter the b -caking- out of tho
French Revolution, its advocates denounced
our Prom or as "an enemy to
the human race;" that man. "so easy
to live w th,'' who saii the song about
h'msolf, calel "Billy Pitt, the Tory."
Ills Secretary one tiny told him that a
foreigner, wiio spoke English tolerably
well, had twice or thrit.6 asked to sco
h ni; but, not ooing like a proper
ci nt. had be u sent "away, the great
nun s time being too precious for him
to admit every stranger who, on
is piolots,m jfhtsjek to grnti y an
idle curiosity. Tnis person, however,
had sn.d he .should roturii in an hour;
thcS'cro'nrv, therefore, thought it his
duty to ill orin Mr.' Pitt of such intention,
and ask his fuithci.4 orders in tho
"Have the goodness," said the Min-J
ister, "tp open the top lolt hand drawer,
in that cabinet, and bring mo its contents."
1 heso wero ft pair of pistols, and a
niorpeoo ease;' opening tho latter ho produced
a in which was set a
"Is that like our visitor?" asked
"It is, the man, sir," auswercd tho
"Ha, I have expected him for somo
diusl He is sent ovor to assassinato
me; so, when he calls again, let him bo
"Sir!" exclaimed tho attached retainer,
"will you expose to danger your
liioon which so much depends?"
" There will bo no danger, I thank
you; but you may bo within call, it you
Accordingly tho Frenchman, on his
return, was ushered into tho room
where William Pitt sat alone a loaded
pistol iu one baud, tne miniature in the
"Monsieur Mcheo do la Touche,"
said Pitt, calmly, "you soo I am In
every way prepared for you, thanks to
au agent employed by this Government.
Attempt my lite, anil your own instantly
pays the forfeit. In any case, 1 shall
have you secured, and given ovor to tho
Tho intended assassin stood paralyzed
and dumb ut this cool reception.
"But," continued Pitt, "there is another
alternative personal safety and
h gh rewards are in your power. Sell
your services to Great Brita'n: make
your market of whatever secret information
you can procure, that may guard
us against tho machinations of your
conn ry; be, in fact, one of the necessary
evils which policy forces us to use in
desperate cases; do what no honorable
man could do to save yourself from
speedy death; your consc.ence is stained
by purposed murder. Comply, perforco,
with these conditions, and you shall bo
as liberally paid as you must, by all parties,
be justly despised."
Tho Secretary used to repeat his illustrious
master's words, which wero, a3
nearly as possible, to tho iorcgoing effect.
The clever miscreant jo fully accepted
these terms, and for many years earned
the br bs of a spy in our behalf.
No doubt a snail-box was tho safest
medium lor the warning portrait, as
lane- he-ids frequently adorned such a
thing while, had the m'niauire been set
as a locket, whouer -aw it must have
been su e tnat it d-p cted some real individual.
l.uudi it hocitiy.
We clip the following from the American
Poultry Journal :
Care should be taken to pen ducks
regularly every night during the time of
Don't set ecrs that are too large, but
the largest and best shaped of the medium
Plant your sunflower seed early next
month in all the vacant places about the
Hens will usually hatch better if the
nests are placed upon tho ground and
away from disturbance.
The White Holland Turkey fills a void
between the mammoth Bron'zo and the
Dni'lfH !ir( ninifl nrnu'BN nrwl nnriRiflnr.
ed very hardy after they pass the period
Jt la uroll tr rnitimntinr tlinf rlninnnnan
is almost fatal to young chicks when in
Texas is about to hang a .woman. She
caused hnr little girl to go on the streets
as a beggar, submitted her to cruel. privation
in order to make her look
enough to arouse pity, and finally
murdered her because she did not bring
home a sati&f tctory amount of money. .
Til K UEV. (JRO. H. Til A YEB.'ot iiourhon
Iiul., Miys: " Hoth niyMr and wlfo owe our
lives toSHILuli'ri CURE."
For sale hy cjiknowivTH & Co.
ARK YOU MADE mist-ruble hy Indigestion
Constipation, Dlz.li.es.s, Loss of Appotito, v-low
skin? .slitlohN Vituiizerlna poslnvecuie.
Korsule hy Chenowkth it Co.
WHY WILL you imhikIi when Shlloh'sCuro
will ulvu Immediate relief l'rico iu cunts, nnd
31. For Sule by (.'hknowktii & Co.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a positive
euro for Catarrh. Diphtheria nnd Canker
Mouth For sale by Ciikxowktii & Co.
"IIACKMETACK." a lasting and fragrant
nortiiiiio. Prhe -.1 and 60 cents. For bale by
ClIKNOWGTIt ik Co.
SHILOH'S CURE WILL immediately relieve
Croup, Whooplnu Cough and Bronchitis.
For sale by Ciiknowktu A Co.
FOR DYSPEPSIA and liver complaint, you
have a printed guaranteo on every bottle of
Shlloh's Vltalizer. It uovor fails to cute. For
sale by Ciiksowktii & Co.
A NASAL INJECTOR freo with each bottle
of Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents.
Forsalo by Cuknowkth &Co.
FOR,SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS.
ISK FOR IT I BUY IT!! TRY ITI
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sta.
Lkwis Vandimj, Proprietor.
,THK PliAOKTO KT CIIISAl
, IS AT
GEORG IS O HI, Jr.'s,
mohnidly SUTTON STREET.
PINE APPLE HAWS,
Home-made Yeast Cakos,
myOdly GEORGE HEISEtt.
A SpeoUiv vOi all Uiaoaac's of tlio
KIDNEYS. R LIVER.
Pilln, 36 loo, Ti.OO
3. T. LEK, Lobonon Piko. Clnclnnntl, O.
Sent by mail postpnld on receipt of price.
mm H, PH1STEB
Ilus lust received 500 copies of
A Treatise on the Horse
And HIS ItENEASKS,
By Dr. B. J. KENDALL.
Tho best work for the money published.
Addiess mall orders to
my9d&wtf Alaysvllle, Ky.
Clnclnnntl, FortMin nth. ltlffNnmly A
I'oincic.y Packet Company.
JOHN KYLE. President.
Lkwis Olknn, Secretary and Treasuier.
C. mill O. K. R. PACKETS
For Hunt liiKtoii.l'omoroy.uutl ull way
TELEGRAPH, Mond'HandThursdaysS p. in.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 p. in.
BOSTONA, Wednesdays und Saturdays. 5 p.m.
Portsmouth. all Mall and Way Landings.
BONANZA, TuesdaysThursdays Sut'ys, 2 in.
Mnysvllle, All Mull and Way Landings.
MORNING MAIL, dully (Sundays excepted)
Leave Cincinnati v.m a. m. Maysvllle. I p. m.
Ficlulit received on
boat. C'.M. HOLLOW AY,
tr Tuh followlni; are iiinom; tho leading
Business Estahllshinents of Maysvllle. Cus-turners
will find these houses rellableund
position in their respective
A SORRIKS ANOX,
Aro prepared to put up Electric House Hells
which are mtexposid in the 100111 like the
olilxtyl. Prices low. Call and see sainples.
Second Street, myll MAYSVILLE, ICY,
A . HUMVNINJ, .11. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oflleo und lestdonce corner ol
Third nnd Sutton streets, .i..Qf , . ,,
. DEALER IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
il E. Sec. St. mchSPly -MAYSVILLE, KY,
GRAIN, FLOTJR and HEMP.
Cbr. Third and Sutton Streets,
'mch30ly MAYSVILLE, KY.
,i. ,! II - I I I I 1.1 -- II. I
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work n specialty. Largo stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. '47, Market 'stree ,two doors bolow D. A.
Rlchardsou & Co.'s grocery..
nW&wly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers iu Staple and Fancy
No. .1. Enternrlso Block. Second Street.
apU'dly MAYSVILLE, ICY.
Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's
uplUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
s. ui.i;itiV itito,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
And JTCJV DINGS,
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets.
mohSldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
pilt.T. II. . NHITII,
Will devoto his whole tlino to the preservation
of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wardlo
will take charge ol all the mechanical work,
such as gold,. sllver.coniinuouHgum, celluloid
and rubber plntos. mcliilldly
PGXEW A ALIjKX.
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Solo agents for tho celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Roofing and guttering
niomptly and satisfactorily done. Cor-nor
of Market and Third fctrceUi, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. apllCdlw
U . Tit AXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ico cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely
pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddlugs and parties a
specialty. Prices low. moyldly
Manufacturer of Plcturo Frames and dealer
In Mlscellaueous Goods.
mchSOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Proprietor of tlieoelelnated bninds: Hold
tho Fort, Parlor Queen and .Mother Hubbiud.
Best clears In the murkul. Full variety oi
Second t root, ally MAYHVILLE. KY.
ri s. .iui,
ATI'OKKKY AT J.A W.
tteul I'.sriuo util (,'olli'cliu Agency.
Court St., (apisdly) MAYffVILLE. KY.
ri n. wsn.iA.Hs,
Contractor and Builder.
Plans nnd Specifications furnished nuil
'ill work promptly and lalUfaelorlly hino.
Shop on seconJ street, opposite HI7I1 school.
nplfldly AfAYSVILLE, KY.
Dealers In Staple and Fanoy
mcli31ly MAYSVILLE, KY.
rioir tsK'in'.sox, 5
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
lias REMOVED from his old stand to the
uuiuniiK on Second street- lately occupied by
Chillies If Frank. I1.IIVI ....I'JII. I jr
ri vst . novi.i:,
Every new shade In
Crushed Strawliprry, Etectrlc Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new riluitnliig4 to mutch.
Second St., inehUlly .MAYSVILLE, KY.
C. OVVKXs A CO
This space has been reoerved for tlielr
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
Daily FISH Market.
River, Lake and salt water fish. Prices reduced
this day to 8 and Iu cents n pound.
Murket stieet, a!8 MAYSVILLE, KY.
Architect and Builder.
Plans and Specifications furnished promptly
and 011 lensouublu terms. Ofllceon Fourth
street between Maiket and Limestone.
uplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TOIIX B. I'OYNTZ.JR.,
Oldest, and best Companies. Insilies for
full value. Low rates. Loses promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Ollice corner Third
and Market streois. nplOdly
TAB. U. SALr.KK. CLAUKNCK I.. SAI.LKK.
S(llc A Nnllt'c,
ATTOKNKYN AV LAW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Mrtet, (seplGdly) MA YSVlLLli, KY
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters for Clock), Silver Ooods,
etc. All work piomplly and
Second St., bast ol Market. nplT
T X. Sl'AI'.HS A HltO.,
Xo. 21, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Shades. Good Cornet at 80, fi.
0, 45, 50, (JO, 0.5, 7U, 75. and 00 cts Sl.(H) nn S1.1S
per yard. mch.lldly
TAMES A i'AKIt,
to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street rinok orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Hoises bought and sold on Commission. Market
St., four doors bolow Central Hotel. al2.l
TOIIX T. EEMIX.
Represents the London and Liverpool and
Globe, German American, of New York, nnd
Phonlx, of Brooklyn. Also agent for Blue
Lick Water. Ollice corner of Front nnd
Manufacturer and dealer In hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dales Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and
Sewing Machines tepalred. Trumpets. put up
bells hung, and kos made to ordor. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
Second St., npl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream ,aid soda water. Fresh bread
and cakes. I'm tie and weddlugs furnished
on short notice.
:i'i Second t., maySdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
I W. iJALHKAini,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ileal Ivsfulonixl Collecting- Agency.
Third stteel, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
I" ANE A ORCtlCH,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications fuiulshod an reasonable
terms and all work satisfactorily and
p'omptlv done. Oflleo on Third street, between
Wall and Sutton. npllldly
TyroituiNON .v kacki.ev.
Wholosalo and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh28iy) MAYSVILLE, KY.
VJlbS EOU POWL1.VO,
Latestsprlng styles of Hats. Bonuets, Ribbons,
Flowers and .Mllllhery Gooiisgenorully.
Entire satisfaction gutmuiteed in all' cases.
Second, opposite Opora House, muylly
jITRN. F, II. COLLINS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Lacos and
Millinery Notions Prices low. Second streot,
Mrs. George Burrows! old stand. npllGdty
TMTcJJOUUEE A IIOETOX,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at 5 cents, Lawns from 5 cents to 15 conts.
Parasols and woolen goods In proportion, lust
Vf 18S MATTIE OAKK,
Second street, January's Block,
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trltntnlugs etc., of tho latest stvlcs.
Prices Low. mchUldly
Huts. Caps, Trunks and Valises. Tho latest
spring stylesjust received.
MurkelSt., aplfldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Jimlleo of I ln I'cuco,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No chat-Res
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages Ac. written at rates as low as
any one's. Oflleo Library Building, Sutton
Vrit.S. A. J. WIt.MA.VIN.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days,
Call and see them.
iuch3uly JVo. 21), Fast Second Street.
(Formerly Miss .Maggie Rasp.)
has Just received it full supply of all of tho
latest styles In Millinery Goods. Hats, Ron-nets.
Laces, Trimmings and nil seasonablo
novelties. The ladles aro luvltod to cnll.
Market street, miflly MAYSVILLE.
"VT,ls MAKY E. THOJIAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received hor
spring stock, which will be found very attractive
and that sho has also secured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
One price only.
13 E. Second St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
AM OSE DACETOX A HBO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full lino of all kinds of vehicles on hand
forsalo, hiro or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or mouth. Largest nnd best appointed
Livery Stable in tho west. Prices as
ow as any. Bost attention to vohidesstoied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd 42 weat
Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper A RIsset,
Den tern In NtovcM, Itnngcfl, Mnrblelecd
Maulol ,nnt iinin iintcturorN olTiu,
Copper imi! Sheet Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought iron and lead pipes.
Ac. All work attended to promptly and
'23 E. Second St., uOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
rv wens a makkTey
.os.o, anu uj second and 10 Sutton streets,
have Just received a laro improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving Implement
to farinei.s. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardwaio of all kinds. apllO
pAiii. o. Axnintsox,
No. Ill Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Ojftcc Open at all Hours. MA 1'S VILLE, KY
Q A, .HEAXN,
Full lino of Burial Robes and nil articles required
by tho undertaking truue. Orders
promptly attended to dnv or night.
inSUly Jfo. 01, hast Second Street,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutiory Notions, etc No. 45 Market
Street, hast side, between Second and Third.
aaidflm MAYSVILLE, KY.
No. 6, West Second Street.
Mouumonts, Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
tho same prompt attention us if dollvored in
o"" - apl3dly
Sanitary Engineer. Gas nnd Steam-fitter.
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
bower Pipes Lead ami Iron Piping, Steam
and Water Giames. No. 8 west Second street,
opposite Geisels grocery,
apHdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
1 r. kii'f,
BATH ROOtVIS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done,
leiins leasonable, Fiunt street, between
-Market and Sutton. upllOdly
W riS.EIA.13 HUNT.
Manufaoturer aud oilglnator of tho
Sliver Hollar, Win. Hunt's Dnrk Horse, Happy
Sinoko, Three Beauties, Uordwood and
bold falugs. Second Maysvllle, Ky.
Xf IIITEtfc OUT.
Wo will not be undersold by any Iioum iu
Kentucky or utCinclunati, If wo have halt a
incli3ldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Vy" . MATHEWS A WK,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash,
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, &o.
inon30ly MAYSVILLE, KY.
yy W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Denier In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Lndles' and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order. Ropalrlug neatly
and promptly done Ut moderate charges.
No. 41 Market steett, East side.
4ly MAYSVILLE, KY.
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Vehicles ol nil kinds, good stock; aud oaroful
drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or week on
reasonable terms. Second st., between Market