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'HIE .DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY LOVE., JUNE 13, 1&3.
"TKKM8: l'lie EVENING BULLETIN fs
Jmbilshed ilally, n ml sened tree of postage nt
i cents per wi'fi; ; ij cents.per niontli;75 cents
per three mouths ; 31. V) per six months, nncl
$3 per ye.ir, puvnbleln ndynnce.
OUR AGENTS. -The following persons
nre thenuihoilzed nnonts for the DAtiiV Hoi.
letin lit the places unmed. Contracts toi
Hiihcrlntlnii or advertising nuiy bo made
Shannon Win 'lnrv.
mt. git.atvi. s, H Weill.
Lkwisbuko W. T. Berry.
Minekva W. U. Huwes.
Mt. Olivet Peter Myers.
Helena. R. M. Hnrilson.
J. A JllCksnn,
OiiAhoyiiuKO It. P. Tolle. ,
Tuckahok. V. L. Holton.
Slack's P. o m. V. Mornn.
Eliza viLi.E W. H. Stewnrt.
Gekmantown Rlcdou A Bro.
Fakuow's Stoke s. T. Farrow.
Mt. Cahmel T. A. Henderson. .
Fekn Leaf Hiinv Burnoyne
Mckpiiysvilue. W. T. Tomllu.
Wasiunoton Mis Anna Thomas.
Johnson Junction. Scruggs Bro.
Hillsboko. Rev. V. II. Barksdalo.
WSP 07 TE SmS
The above number represents the circulation,
each week of the Daily and Weekly
Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call
and assure themselves of the truth of tile
statement, and they are requested to bear iu
mind that our ra es for advertising are tilt
Disnop Lotijrnun, oi mooKtyn, naa
suspended the Rev. J. Dougherty, oi
the Church ol the Guardian Angel, at
Brighton Beach, because he hail accepted
money that came Irom an "improper
source." Father Dougherty accepted
the offer made by Mr. Kngcman of ono
day's proceeds ot tho race course. The
day was set and the amount realized
$'2,000, which has boon returned to Mr.
Engcman. The action of tho Bishop
lias been approved by most of the
but some of them think tho rule
should be extended so as to prohibit lot
teries at church fairs. Christian Union.
A Spinster's Strange Infatuation.
The other day, as the grenadier on
guard at Somerset, House, London, was
standing in the gateway, a lady of certain
agp, but still attractive" and richly rolled,
accosted him with handsome eulogies of
his martial figure and waim approval of
thestyle in which he protected his Queen
and country in Brent dyniimite crisis.
Priv.ite Thomas Atkins" was naturally
surprised at this, but his suprisc grew
when the lady offered him her hand as
a rewerd for his valiant vijilnnre. The
tender was liberally made, and took point
from 230 note the fair enthusiast reached
forth. Before the fluttered sentinel
could act on this strange proposal the
Eolicetmui on duty interposed with a
rutal command to move on and not annoy
tho sentry. The lady obeyed with
graceful courtesies, and wafting kisses tit
the grenadier till she turned the corner
out ot sight. Every afternoon this then
unknown spinster presented herself and
went through tin same form, minus the
50 note. She i-imply entero I the gateway,
stood opposite the sentry, regarded
him with an of rapture, addressed
him withgestares of ecstacy, assured
him of undying attachment, and
then passed away, flinging back sweet
kisses from her finger-nails. As tho sen
try was changed every day, the lady's
passions was e'early regimental rather
than individual. Jt has since (icon found
that she is of high connection, the sister
of auentleman woll known in society,
who died recently, leaving her a large
fortune. She is allowed to pursue her
harmlesss passions, nud a crowd assembles
daily to see the transit of Venus
across the march of Mars.
Three Stylish (Downs.
A dress for morning wear to be much
in vo.'uo this summer among the most
thorough in taste is of nun's gray Holland,
soyorely plain in style, with long Jersey
gloves of nun's gray silk drawn over the
close sleeve and reaching quite to the
elbow. The princess bodice fits the
form petfectly, mid at the belt is worn a
chatelaine and watch of silver. Silver
bangles and a silver lace pin are added.
The'hut is of gray striw faced with pink
or crimson and tr'muied with gmy Spanish
lace ancl u cluster o( blush or jacque
roses. The gray Mlk patasol is perfectly
plain, except its'bright lining ot a hue
matching the color ot the garniture upon
A plaid drees" to be a succees requires
nnichjLMte in tbemakin.'. You can tell
a plaid dress made by up artist at a glance.
r , Give a true hand a fabric of this pattern
to make up, and you will hnvo it sent
homo so judiciously mingled with a plain
hilk matching one of the datk colors of
the plaid that ynu wo'uld never tnko it
for the eame drerfs made by 'an inartistic
persoriV Some of the most stylish checks
't are boxtpleutcd fiom tho waist down,
ovorv thrcq pleats or so having fan-pleats
of silk or satin inserted around tho lower
, . half of the skirt. These pleats art) some
times made Of velvet or woolen malerial.
A beatiful garden-party dress, designed
" iu for a Newport belief is of olive satin surah
f with very deep ruffle)) of olive Spanish
' lace neany covering inesKirt. a narrow
, "t ft '" scarf of ohve satin, brocaded with tiniest
fo , V redmossrosebuds, beginning at the thrpnt
Pw? , iB brought down, ciucht Hglitlv at the
vals!:, forms paniers at each side, and is
farrled in apd, out atriong tho laco trimmings
in thb'back. "Tho capote bonnet is
made of'olive lace Veiling, a semi wreath
of red roses and mdss huafl, and the parasol
iA of olivo satin, edged with olive lace
and lined with coral red morvihoux.
STARTLING ' II.
Neal, Craft and Ellis are
Innocent of the Ash-
Tho Heal Assassins ArroBtcd at
Columbus, O , and Part of Tho
Murdered Girls' Jewelry
"Found in Possession of
Ono of Them.
Tho Chief of Tho Assassins Acknowledge
His Guilt and His
Concession Co 'roborated in
Two Innonont Mon Standing in Tlie
Shadow "of: The Gallows
Saved at tho Eleventh
Special to the Daily Bulletin.
Cincinnati. Onto, June 13, 1833. The
rpal fiends who committed the Ashland
murder after tho end of two years hav
been hunted down and run to earth, by
tireless vigilanco and peisistent pursuits
of every slender clew. It is now known
that three negroes committed the most
horrible crime, and that Neal, Craft and
Ellis are innocent nien. The ring leader
has been arrested at Columbus, Ohio, and
his two companions in crime are near at
Tho chief of the assassins has acknowledged
his guilt and his confession is corroborated
in important details by an unquestionable
chain of circumstantial evidence.
The jewelry belonging to the
murdered girls has been found in his
possession. Many facts demonstrate that
the great mystery is at last solved.
The work was done by detectives Alf
Burnett and John T. No
The history of this case is one of the
most startit g'y criminal romances of modern
times and was an unparallelled tragedy
which hns already cost the lives of sixteen
men and women, and has co3t the
Statoof Kentucky more than $00,000,
and for which two more innocent men
are now standing in the shadow of the
Tho fnrniera have finished betting tobacco
In tliH locality.
Mrs. Elder Ulnybionk, of Bouibon county,
Is vIsltliiK her lather's family, Mr. Mutt
Mr. John Jone, of this neighborhood, and
Mr. Charles Flemllig, of Murphysvllle, re-turned
on Monday Irom a visit to the family
of Win. Bramble, ot Lewisburjf.
Mrs. Mollle Slack has returned from a protracted
visit to her parents lu Until county.
Mr. Theodrlc Owens had a very fine mule
kl'led by 11 htnl during tho storm on
week. His price on the animal
was 20 1.
We attended, with several others, a musical
entertainment at Mrs. Heleu Walllngford'ri
on last Friday evening. Tho muslo was furnished
by the Fein Leaf strlug band and was
Mr. Helen Walllngford went to Mt. Gllead
on lastHatuidav lo visit relatives and to attend
regular monthly meeting ut the Mt.
We notice In an lnvltlon sentout by Centre
Colleae, iMnvlllo, Ky that Mr. P. a. Sraoot,
son of Mr. Wm.Hmoot bus tho honor of delivering
the third Irom the last add i ess (there
being twenty in the class) nt tho commence
ment.of that Institution on tlioiiOth Inst.
Our Hchool closes the last of this week, and
we have become attached to each and every
one. Hoping that our stay in the school room
for the past four months, Imsbeeu us
to our pupils as It has been pleasant to
wewlll bid Fern Leat, as well as the
Bulletin, for the piesent. With
many good wishes for both wo suiso lbe our
solves. Voiy respectfullly, 1'. K. M.
OLKNVILLE, I.KWIS COUNTV.
J. W. Tully shipped some wool to Cincinnati.
The lumber trade Is quite brisk nt King A
McNuti'saw mill this week.
Corn bids fair for a good crop but wheat
will bo veiy short.
Cur dlstilct school house which was destroyed
by the last Jauuaiy Is about completed.
John MoXutt's cradles will bo In maiket
this season again. He can not be bent lu
making them. Call for them when .ou buy
and they will give you outlro satlslaotlon.
MlhS Julia Denton left on Snndny to visit
friends lu Fleming county.
Cluule Iluglus little glr is veiy sick.
Misses Maiy Whlttlngton and Ella Tolle
who was visiting the Mioses I'mkei last week
luive reuirnou to their homo at Mayivllle,
cntintv. the commlsloiiGisi)okii to mir
Sunday schoo' lahtHunday on tlie benefit of
lllirlutlnit iwlnontlmi. 'I'lin nrldlfss u'iw nil a v. '
Humor has It that we wlP hnvo a weddlug
before tho lab( roscM of summer lade.
Our picitiacted meeting hns closed.
Tobacco bttthig is progressing, but plauls
Miss Emma Durant, who hns been vlsltlug
this neighborhood hnsieturued to Lewlsburg,
A tnnu plowlug thoothonlay wnsheaid to
iiuunu inn jJiuw vcij iiiuuu, iiiuucu, 11
bor coming up nud mulclng nn examination
found ho had lost the plow.
Copt. Sweet hns a lion that ho says is more
than fifteen years old and is still laying eggs;
Hurrah for the Captain.
Wo are having bad luck with our bees. The
young swarms are leaving us for the trees.
Buck Pollard and Miss Linda Parker went
to Aberdoeu nud came back " husbnud wife
'Ere this reaches your readers a wedding In
high llfo, (tho one your correspondent chronicled
a few days since) will come oil near Mt.
Gllead. May Provldenco smile upon thorn
and nil their cares bo small,
Of IIio Kentucky Central Railroad.
Time table in effect May 29, lbifl.J
stations Ex. Ac.
A.M. P. M
Lve.Maysvllle. 0 W 12 3'
" Hum'ltt 0 13 12 12
Clark's.. 0 17 12 4s
11 Mnrs'll.. 0 S3 IB 5,1
" Helena. 0 3.5 1 IK
" John'U. 0-13 1 13
" Ellz'lle 6 4S 1 2D
" Ewlng.. 0 53 I 25
" Cowan.. 0 63 1 80
'! P. Val'y. 7 1)8 1 88
' Meyers.. 7 15 1 45
" Carlisle. 7 30 2 00
" MlPbu'g 7 60 2 18
Air. Paris.... 8 15 2 40
Arr. Lex'tou 9 10 3 45
Arr.Cov'ton tl 30 6 DO
A.sr. p. M
11 I 0
A,M P. M
Lve Lex 'ton 4 45
Lve.I'aiIs... "045 533
Mil'b'g. "i"m "ri'oo
Carlisle 7 30 0 20
Meyers. 7 45 0 30
P. Val'y 7 61 0 42
Cowan.. 8 01 0 52
Ewlng.. 8 07 0 5S
Ellz'ire. 8 11 7 02
Johh'n. 8 17 7 08
Helena. 8 2-5 7 15
Mnrs'll. 8 37 7 20
Clark's 8 42 7 80
Rnm'ltt 8 47 7 30
Arr.Maysville 0 00 760
Connects nt Lexington with tho C. AO. It.
R. for Ashland, Huntington nud nil points
In the East and Southeast with the C. N. O.
it. T. P. R. R., for Chnttanoga and the South,
with, tho L. A N. R. R. tor Frauklort and
C. L. BROWN,
U. P. and T. A.
Covington, Flemiiigshtirg nud Pound
Conuectliur with Trains on K. C. R. R.
Leave Fleminoskukq foi Johnson Slntiou:
5:45 a. in. Cincinnati Express.
9:lrfu. m. Maysville Accommodation
3:25 p. m. Loxiuctou.
7:02 p. m. Maysville Express.
LeaveJoiiNSoN station tor Flemlngsburgon
t io arrival of Trains on the K. C. R. It.:
:2I n. m. 1:00 p. iu.
IMS n. in. 7:37 o. m.
oar Tlie following nre among the leading
Buslne.s Establishments of Mavsvllle. Customers
will find these houses rellableaud occupying
a commanding position In their respective
Locksmiths and Ball-Hangers.
Are prepared to put up Eiectrlo Houo Bolls
which are not exposed In tho room llko tho
old style. Prices low. Call and see amptes.
Second Street, niyH MAYSVILLE, KY.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and resldenco south-east corner of
Thhd and Sutton streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
A M. ROOER.S,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
UlE.Sec.m. mchaOly MAYSVILLE, KY,
A t'INOH A CO.,
GRAIN, FLOUE and HEMP.
Cbr. 37ifrif and Sutton Streets,
inch30ly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom woik a specialty. Largo stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market stree , two doors bolow D. A.
Rlchaidbou iSc.Co.'s grocery.
md&wly MAYSVILLE. KY.
Dealers In Staple and Faucy
No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street,
opU'dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Second street, next door lo Dr. Martin's
upIOdly MAYSVILLE. KY.
IlltBEItr DAWSON Jk CO..
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. I
ICECREAM A SPECIALTY.
FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVERY DAY.
Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE.
MINER A BRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Suttou streets.
mch3ldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
D R. T.U.N. SMITH,
Will dovote his whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Wntdle
will take charge ot all the mechanical work,
such as sold, sllver,coutluuousguin, celluloid
nud rubber platos. mcli3ldly
riGNEW A ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
inantols, etc Sole nsonts for the celebrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Rootlns; and
piomptly and satisfactory done. Corner
ot Muiketnnd Third streets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. npUOdlw
Ij II. TltAXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
lco cieain parlors open for tho season. Absolutely
pure rundlos. Fresti btead of nil
kinds Fuiulshlnt; weddlugs nud pm ties n
ttpecliilty, Pilces low.
YjUtANIt 11. I'HISTER,
Manufacturer of Picture Fiaraos and dealer
In Miscellaneous Goods.
mchSO y -MAYSVILLE, KY.
fi 31. WILLIAMS,
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and Specifications furnished and
nil work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Shop on second street, opposlto Hhzli school.
aplOdly , MAYSVILLE, KY.
S1 EORGK H. 1IEISEU,
- :Dealer In:
Pineapple Hams. Home-wade Yeast Cakes.
maySOdly SECOND STREET.
Q H. JUJI, f
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Renl Estate nail Collectlnif Affeupy.
Court St,, (ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
Manufacturer of ,
Proprietor of the celebinted binnds: ifold
tho Fort, Pnrlor Queen nud Mother Hubbnid.
Best cigars lu the moiket. Full variety of
fecoud street, nily MAYSVILLE. KY.
p EO. COXA NON,
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
mch311y . MAYSVILLE, KY.
a OLT IUCIISoV ' """
Dealer in Staple nud Fancy
has REMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second stioet lately occupied by
Charles II. Frank. aplSdly
TJUX'I' A IOYI.K,
Every new shade lu
Crushed Strawberry, Electilo Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new l'rimmlugs to match.
Second St., nichdlly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T C. OWENS A CO
This space hns been reserved tor their advertisement.
LOOK QUT FOR IT.
1 OIIX WIIKKLKK.
Daily FISH Market. '
River, Lake and salt water fish. Prices reduced
this day lo 8 and 10 conts a poumL
Murketstieet, n!8 MAYSVILLE, KY.
JOHN n. POYNTZ, J R
Oldest, nnd best Companies. Insures for
full value. Low rates. Losses promptly pnld.
No discounts No delnys. Ofilce corner Third
nud Market stieets. aplOdly
T A3. U. SALLEE, CLAHKNCK L. SALLKE.
Niillce A Snllee,
ATTORNEYS AT L.AW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplOdly) MAYSVILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Headquarters forClocks, Sliver Goods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly and
done. Second St., East of Market. ap!7
T W. SPARKS A !).,
No. 24, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30, :j5.
10, 45, 60, CO, 05, 70, 75. and 90 cU., 81.00 an I J 1.25
per yard. mch'Jldly
TAJIKS t OAKIt,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street rfaok orders promptly nttended to nt
all times. Finest nnd lutest style Turnouts.
Hoises bought and sold ou Commission. Mar
ket St., four doors beldw Central Hotel. aI2.j
JOHN T. FLEMING.
Represents the London and Liverpool and
Globe. German American, of New York, and
Pheulx. of Urooklyn. Also m;eiit for Blue
Lick Wnter. Office comer of Front and Sutton
Manufacturer und dealer iu hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and
Sewing Machine lepalied. Trumpets put up
bells hung, and keys made to order. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread
and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished
ou short notice.
35 Second St., raaySdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Renl Estate nail Collecting Agency.
Third street, near Com t house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE. KY.
1" ANE A WORRICK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable
terms and all work satisfactorily nud
promptly done, otllceou Third street, between
Wall nnd Suttou. npllldly
TITORUISON A KAtiULEY.
Wholesale and Retail-
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh28ly) MAYSVILLE, KY.
Vf IKS LOU I'OWLIXO,
Latestspilugbtyles of Hats'. Ronnets, Ribbons,
Flowers nnd Mllllneiy Goods Kenerally.
Entlio satisfaction uuarauteed lu all
Second, opposlto Opera House. maylly
TiTRS. 1 II. COLLINS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, Honnots, Laces nud
Millinery Notions. Pi Ices low. Second street,
Mis. Geoige Uuirows' old stand. aplIOdly
TcOOUGLE A HOLTON,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
atSceuts Job lot oteeasonnbleBOodsJust received,
Pi hits, Lawns, Glughnins, Painsnls
und Fans at bottom prices, npliirtly
M F, MARSH,
ATTORNEY AT L4.W,
JttHtleo of tho I'eiico,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise nnd sell renl estate. No charges
whntover unless a sale is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages Aa. written nt rates as low as
any oue's. Oillco Llbiary Dulldtug, Sutton
vriSS MATTIE OARR, ,
Second st reel, January's Block,
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings eta., of tho latest stylos.
Prices Low. nlch31dly
Hats. Caps, Ti links and Vallse.fjfTno lutest
spilngstylesjust loceived. &
Maiket St., aplOdly MAYSVfLLE, KY.
"VrlJ. A. J. WILLIAMS. &kL
Rugs, Oil ClotltsandMattir
Will llR sold CM HAP Tnv Mm ini't M.1W.. ,1..,.
Call nnd see them. 1 ' '
inch801y XC Street.
M' M.AKCHDKicONrifr 4L.
has Just received a full hiippiy of-all of tho
latest styles in Millinery Goods.' 'Hats, Bon-nets.
uqyeltles. The ladles are call
Market street, nt3ly -MAYSVILLE.
M' MARY E. 'JlIOMAS.
Millinery and Notions.
Announces that she hns Jus't received her
spiliis? stock, which wIJ be found
that she hns alsoecuted the services
of nn accomplished irlniiUer fiom
Onepilcoouly. , iV
13 E. aecond st., utJly MAYSVlL'LE, KY".
jVTOSi: DACLTON BRO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of all lhhds of vohlcies on hand
for sale, hlie or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or mouth. Largest nud best
Livery Stnble In the west; Pilces ns
row ns any. Best attention to Vehicles stoted.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 west
Second St., nplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
- i i1
N EW FIRM,
(Successors to Cdo'iltJf'BfSsot,
Dcnlorn In StoVcs, RinKC4,9tnil)lclzcl
iliuiiiiractnrrM of Tin,
Copper rturt Sheet Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin roofllng.guttor
and spoutln;;. Piactlcal plumbers, gas nud
Rlpum flttMrH. WTrniifvht Irrtn ni.rl laml r.lnAa
&c. All work attended to promptly and
'iS E. Second sl n9dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
pvWENS A BARKLEY,
Nom. 57 nnd S!l RiVnnd nnd in Hnllnn .(...I.
have Just received a laro jstock of im proved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTER'S,
the greatest 2 lninlemfent. nvnr nt.
fored to farmers. The host looacco hoes nnd
louacco Darn uaruware or an kiudv anllo
DAUL A. ANDERSON,
.ATo. 21 Mmrket St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY
Q A, MEANS,
Full line of Burial Robes and all articles require!
by tlie undertaking trade. Orders
promptly atteuded to day or night.
in'Wly No. 01, East Second Street.
Q 81 HON,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery. Notions, eto No. 45 Market
Stieet. Kastslde, betweeu Second and Third.
uiJidtim MAYSVILLE, KY.
O J. UAUGIIERTY,
No. 0, West Second Street. .
Monuments, Tablets nnd Headstones
on hand. Oiders by mall will receive
the sumo piotupt attention us If dellveied iu
C M. OLDHAM,
Sanitary Euglueer. Gns nud Steam-fitter.
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Sewer Pipes, Lead anil Iron Pining, Steam
nud water Gauges. No. 8 west Secoud street,
opposite Gelsel's grocery,
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
11 r. KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.'
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Teims reasonable. Front street, hetWeon
Market and Sutton. apllbdly
Mnnutacturer and originator of the
Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse,
Sy Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood and
old Slugs. Secoud street, Maysville, Ky. '
yrriiiTE a out.
We will not bo undersold by nuy houso lu
Kentucky or at OtucLiunti, if we have hnlt n
inch31dly MAYSVILLE, Ky.
Mnuufactuiers nnd Dealers u
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Dools, Snsh,
Staves, Fenclug, Tobacco HGailiwds, Ac,
monaily MAYSyiLLE, KY.
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just lecelved their Spring Stock' of
Domestic Goods of the latest styles,
pilces reasonable and woi k the best, nualy
y W. LYftVII,
Mnnutacturer of nnd Dealor In
BOOTS AND HOES.
Ladles and children's fine shoes a specialty
Custom work made to order. Repairlnc neatly
and promptly douent moderate charges.
No. 41 Market steett.iEaRt Bide.
YANCEY A ALEXANDER,
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9LDRLIAI(LE n -,
LIVERY, SALE ,Afj0 ;FEjD ST.ES.
Vehicles of nil kinds, gobd fitook and earoful
drivers. Horses koptby tho day, or week ou
reasonable terms. Secoud st., between Market
. iii.A a g.f J. . (.'