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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., JUNE 20, 1SS3.
Kvknino Bulletin is
publlHliett dally, tuul served Iree of iotai?o at
U cents ierek; '23 cents per month;7oconts
per three months ; $l..Uper six months, nnd
53 per year.pnynhioln advance.
OUR AGENTS. -The following per;ons
are tlieauihmlztMl ai;ent for the Daiia HUL
lktin at the plnees named. ContractH for
hitbsorlptlnn or advertising may be made
Shannon Win Clary.
Mt, s. HI i;in.
Lewisiiuko W. T. Berry.
Mini:iiVaV. II. ilnwev
Mt.Olivkt Peter Myers.
Hklkna. It. M. HmtImhi.
.Mayhmck J. A Jackson.
ORANOKntmn It. P. Tolie.
TUCKAIlnK. W. L. Holton.
hlackVP.O. M. V. Moran.
Eliza villr H. Stewart.
ueioiantown Hludon A Hro.
Fauhow's T. Farrow.
Mt. Caumkl T. A. Henderson.
Feus Leap Hurry Burunyne
Mukpiiysvii.lk. W. T. Tomlin.
Fokman'.s Si'itiNOS. M. Hawlcy.
Washington MKs Anna Thomas.
Hillshoiio. How W. II. Barksdale.
The abow number represents tho circulation,
each week of the Daily and Wkkkly
Bullktin. Advertiser are Invited to call
and assure themselvtH ot the truth of the
statement, and they 11 le requested to bear In
mind that our ra es for advertising are thf
The railroad coal miners, of Pittsburg,
are reported to be on the ove of another
It is now stated that the Sunderland
calamity caused one hundred and ninety-seven
Tun Democrats of Ohio will hold tomorrow
their convention to nominate
candidates for State oflices.
Tun grand jury at Washington has reported
another indictment against Brady,
in connection with the Star Ilouto business.
Rcrdkll 1ms been permitted to withdraw
his plea of guilty, in tho Star ltoute
case, and will now go to work to establish
Tin: new Commissioner of Internal
Ilevenue is charged with ousting good
men from oilice to make room for his
personal friends. He seems to be getting
his dose of hot water earl v.
Tin: suit of the Auditor's agent against
the city of Lexington for $100,000 for
fines in Common wenthenses collected by
the city court, was tried on Monday, and
n judgment rendered for SOS".
A laiioi; number of the business houses,
of Xev York, have signed an agreement
to refuse to receive the trade dollar,
notwithstanding the fact that intrinsically,
it is more valuable than the standard
doll i r.
TTie re-union of the soldiers of the war
of 1812, at Paris, on Monday, was attend-o
1 by only eight of theold veterans. Dr.
Graham, of Louisville, aged ninety-nine,
was tho oldest and Dr. Chitm, of Lexington,
who is eighty-seven, was the
There is a story going that Postmaster
General Gresham contemplates directing
that letter cairiers shall wear knee-breeches.
Tho Chictgo letter carriers
have petitioned the congressmen from
that city to use their iniluenco against
the promulgation of such an order.
The Enquirer's coi respondent at
states that as Cabell, the negio
who aided detective Burnett in the arrest
of Direly, was leaving tho Court
House on Monday, he was attacked by a
mob, be.iten and shot in the leg. The
Courier-Journal's correspondent takes a
dUleront view of the affair, however, and
alleges that it was the result of a quarrel
by Cabell with another negro, and that
tho former shot himself accidentlly. The
s.une correspondent claims that Direly
will prove an alibi by indisputable testimony.
Skvjuial physicians iu Now Yoik
united in a petition to the Hoard of Education
to extend tho summer vacation of
the public schools well intoSoptcmberto
prevent the return of tho pupils during
tho hot weather, at a time when they
may easily loo in two weeks of school
drudgery all that they have gained by
two months' relaxation. As a matter of
fact tlioro are many seasons when the
early days of September aro quite as hot
and unsuitcd for tho hopeful pursuit of
studies as tho latter days of August, and
the doctors think that tho schools would
bo improved if tho benefit of tho doubt
as to tho end of summer weather were
given to tho pupils and teachorp. Tho
board has compromised tho matter by
extending tho vacation ono week instead
of two weeks as recouunonded.
THE HAltllKR ASKS FOR A BEST.
or a pnso pall mayor viph emu dell who r, mr Ashland. Huntington and all points)
isgoinc to vln clermwt game vot aind In the East and Southeast wirh the C.N. o. .
11 ?twi .,ii op , x. P. H. HM for Chaltanoga and the South, !
l)hiC(lot. I wlllK ti,0 Lf tt y, ii. n, ior Kranklort and ,
" Id vos choost fiiu'li a hot vendor like . Louisville.
His Obsorvntlons About Reporters and
the Monkey Barber's Quandary.
New York Sun.
" 1 shall littf notllnjrs more to pay," said
tho German near the Cooper Institute,
while he was shaving the reporter
yesterdnv, " unless pomodings so
hnlihuns I rand keep my mont
shut. I'm dired uf (bilking. Id aind
nadund. A parber is like a man vot srot
himselluf arresded for a grime. It's
ngiiinsd his inderesds to hnf doo much to
say; or like a minlsrier rich if ho should
sav more vot U oxbected uf him he vlll
in'drubbleKOt himselluf, Id'ssosdrango
for a parber to he all do dime dalking.
uceme iook iu mu as u i vui u uiu ui a
guriosiuv, iiko n ueui una mimu vuuiii.hi
(lis a year ago ven you first game ny my I
shop and pegan to make iu der bapers
voolishnos obinions apowd dinjrs. It'
vnn nf inv fMQiliiiinra vnu vna. lind T '
musd say I vos surbrisetl ven I found it;
border I efler saw, and I neflor should!
haf susbected you til I didn't found you
owid. I suhboscd a reborder was some,
shrange animal sord uf a veller; tall so;
he could see ofer beeple's heads, umlj
haf plendvlegs pesites; mit piir ears like .
n Lih.tml axua libit n .Nii.i.ln n1n.tiiir
5"' V-' VVJ "?.': " --M",
lambs, und Milliard like a house afire
"I lint ofilon vished to shufe a
to feel uf his chaw a leedle, und Fee
uf it is formed for asking mvesdioiu,
from der resd tier chaws in a par-
hershob. But you are gwidc an ortinary.
sord of a feller. Insite a crowd, I vould
selluf. I suppose it's bard of vour flv0 Dozon Unlauudriod Shirts,
not to look like a reborder. in facd, inforcod fronts.
uf my gusdiirters vich is in drod Linon Bosoms and Cuffs opon
lert office he torn! do somcdinus
d olosod fronts flt 8100
ad all for tniling), dells mo dot nod any m. ... , . ,
ut uer reooniers look like reboniers at
all. Now, can such a dings be like dot?
I enn'd find owid,
11 1 vood a leedle like to know how is it
der reborderds get so quick der news,
alretty. Aro der Americans 60 fond uf
der babers vot dem uodify der reborders,
pietism come righd avay to such und such
a blace; I am" choost apowd togommit
suicide orgid arrested ior purirlarv, or,
shood a brize fighder? Or haf der re- "T Tl LfVn,.w!ui; nr.e nii,nR .tl)mIearMls
Huslne Establishments of Mavsvllle. Cus-borders
ii.i....a uft.n .... ..; iiM,ij,f
a,i...n brilato vny got uf finding, tomeM Wll nml these houses rtfllableaud
vot vill happen vet, so dem can go cupving a commanding position lu their re-to
a house und sav, JJlease let me sit ' pectlvellne.s.
py uer imrmr untt vam v AmuneriSj
coining oil'py ilis blace in a gubble hours.'
41 By chiininy hooky! 'if I am going to1
gommit suicite or bankruptcy or get
purned avav. I vould peon much opliged t
If, instet going among der neighporsl
aroint you vould co.no straight to'me.t
in cae i vos uuooii npowu 10 gouimii
snicito it vould peen blcisaut to found it !
"Der monkey parber by der neirflt
shnir vould also like to know from some
nni'ioilf lODorde if lie is g ing to mnrrv ,
blniuiuers taughter or nod. Der
mersays he imii mnrrv her as ofden as
he bleases, onlv he's got to v.iid a vear!
und broduce den dousand tollnrder vedv
ding day yet. Der monkey parler says
he 1aken legd adwiee, und peen inform- BOOtS, SllOBS, HatS tames
eddotefen he should hang arount der ,, ,.'"
Prooklyn prMuo dill he got grushed toi"'' '"CM"' JMAWm,A)tl (bu
death he vouhi noi tret more as fife' A rivi'ii A CO., Livery,
1'EltSOXS AM) '1IIIXCSS.
Alexander Mitchell, of Milwaukee, is
worth about twenty-five millions.
There are B.020 square miles of water
surface and 4S,JGG ot land iu North Carolina.
It is nscerted that British capital to the
extent of thirty millions went into Wyoming
and Texas last year.
Pieces written for1 a particular nctor or
actress are regarded by a direful London
journalist as affairs."
North Carolina leads all the southern
States in the number of graduates at
West Point this year. It has four out of
A company in Lyons, Iowa, will erect
a match factory tint will produce 300.000
matches a day and employ about sixty
A Morgan county (III.) farmer, while
plowing his field a few days ago, unearthed
an old pistol, and which
is supposed to have lain there ainco the
days of Marquette.
Capt. Costentonus, tho tattooed Greek,
is already blind in one -aye, and will,
eventually, loso the sight of the other, as
tho pigments u?ed in tattoointr his fore
head have slowly worked their way into
the vcs.sola of the eyes. i
It is said that Captain Webb intends i
to attempt to swim tno whirlpool rapids
in Xinirara river. If he fails, the sum he
would have received for his exploit will, I
by arrangement, o to his family, which
is now in this country I
Tho Ilev, S. G. Green, who.o death in
London at the ago of ninety years has
been announced was ono o"f the best
known Nonconformists in Eimland. lie
prencbed tho last sermon of his sixty-three
yoirs ministry last summer.
An indiscreet paper in Sacramonto, j
Ual, referred to one of tho contributors;
of flowers on Decoration Day as (Mn aired i
ladv." and. so lingered the ladvorhor!
husband that the latter published card
IIIIDIJlllllI LI1IIL I11U IIUtLI II lllll I
InnnotierimportoMy tlmt his wife is
When Sarah Hernhnnlt passed through
Hamburg recently on hor way to Copenhagen
nml Stockholm, sho had forty-six
trunks full of l)airgage, and waxed furious
wnon tho customs oflicors insisted
upon ex'itnining tiio contents of every
ono to tho yory bottom.
Mr. Orrin Gowoll, a millionaire of Ne-
vada, uoes about his fine place in work-!
ngman'tf attire, which sometimes loads,
to funny mistakes. One day a tramp,!
eeei ing bin at work near tho fence, called
out; "Hoy, rat, can't yeo's slip into tho
kitchen and git mo a bit of broad," "Tho
poor fellow looked Impost," said Mr.
Gowoll, "so I went in and got him somo
of tho best tho cook could givo me. When
I brought it out ho congratulated mo on
my flkill in making such a good haul."
Or liio Kentucky Central Ilallroad.
Time tablo in . fleet May 20, 18h&
10 12 11 I U
8TATIONS. Ac. STATIONS. Ac.) Ex.
A.M. P. M A.M 1 M
Lve.Maysvllte. o eo 12 SO Lvo Lex'ton 4 4)
Hum'Ut o in 12 12 Lve.Uov'ton aw
" Clark's.. 0 17 12 IS Lve.ParK.... 535
Mnrs'U 0!fl, 12 5.) ' IMu'o'n
Helena. 0 85 1 05 " MirhV.. 7 as 000
Jnhu'u 6 -13; 1 13 11 Carlisle 7 30 0 20
Ellz'lle fl 1 20 11 Meyers. 7 45 0 34
Kwlmr., 0&3 1 2) " P.VnPy 7 61 0 42
Cowan.. OoS 1 BO, " Cowan.. 8 01 0 52
P.VnPy 7CS I ft ' Hiving.. 8 07 OoS
Meyers.. 7 15 1 -15 " KIlK'tFe. 8 11 7 02
Carlisle, 7 30 2 00 14 Johll'll. H 17 7 08
Millers.. ' Helena. 8 2-") 7 15
MU'liu'g TfiO Tl8 Mars'lL 8 37 7 20
r.jiro'ii " Clark's 8 42 71
Arr.Paris.... 8 15 "240 SumMtt H 47 7 30
tmi 0 10 3-15 Arr.MaysviHe U 0(1 760
PnnttnAlo nt I .ivlnittnn toltli tliii I . I H f
11 CO QUO A.M. 1', M
A.M. 1. M
W.C. SADLER. Aent,
C. L. BROWN,
G. P. and T. A.
Covington, Fiemingslmrg and round
connecting with Trains on K.C.R. R.
tor Johnson Station:
6:15 a.m. Cincinnati Express,
!; j; yHvHleAccoiumodatlou
7:02 p!m! Maysville Express,
the unlvul of Trains ou tho K. C. K. U.l
rt;!M rti m 1:00 p. in
it: is a. m. 7:37 i). m.
Wo put on sale this
Thcso shirts aro mado for us and
branded "Tho Best" and aro justly
entitled to tho name, THE BEST,
J. W. SPABKS & BROM
14d2v No. 24, Market St.
Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers.
Are prepared to put up Electric Houe Hells
wide" " notexnosed In the rooin ilko the
A hkowmn,m. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Onice and i evidence south-east corner o
Third and WlUton 111 ttlve special
aUl.nU(m loui,ea peculiar to females,
A M. itoGKiis,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor, Tfiird and Sutton Streets,
mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY.
ROOT ANT) RHOFi STORn
Piitttnm wnrlrnsinARlnltv. Lnrua stock. All
klnds at lowest prices.
No. 7, Market Rtreo ,two doors below D. A.
HIcliardAOU & Co.'h grocery.
aldJ:wly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TItmGESSifc SOI AS,
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
No. 3. Enterpriso Block, Second Street,
apUdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's
npltklly MAYSVILLE, KY.
KOUEKT D.VWSO.V A CO..
CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY.
ICKCItKAH A HI'KCIAIjTT.
FRESH nOLLS AND CAKES EVEUY DAY.
second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE.
p H.MIXKU A IIKO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
And FINDINGS, '
No, 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
mchaidly MAYSVILLE, KY. j
ryi.T.ji.a. shitii, 1
Wllldovoto his whole tlmo to tho
won or mo natural teetn, ur. u. w. anue
will take clmruool all tho mechanical work,
hucu as uoiu, siiver,coniiuuous(um, reimiom
aud rubber plates. mch31dly
PWXI3W A- ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Solo agents for tho celebrated
Omaha aud Lea ler stoves. Itoottim aud mit-,
terlm? promptly and sutlsfnctorlly done. Corner
ol Nhoketaud Third streets, A. It. Glascock's
old stand. aplltldlw i
BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER.
soiutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weauiutfs ana panics a
i mw .
Proprietor of tho celebrated brands: Hold
tho Fort, Parlor Queou aud Mother Hubbard,
Best cigars lu tho market. Full variety ot
Second street, ally M AVSVILLE, KY,
p 91. WIIifilAMS,
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and Specifications furnished and
nil work promptly and MitlftfRctoilly done.
Shop on second htreet, opposite Hluh school.
apWly MAYSVILLE, KY.
KOKGK K. MEINEK,
Pineapple Hams Home-made Yeast Cakes,
mny30dly SECOND STREET.
p S. JUIHI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Heal KHliUeaml Colleetliitf Ajceney,
Court St., (ap!2dly) MAVSVILLE. ICY.
Dealers in Staple and Fancy
mch311y MAYSVIIiLE, KY.
Hlaler lu Staple and Fancy-
(3r JR O OE!R I!E3
has REMOVED from liU old stand to tho
building un Hecond street lately occupied by
Charles II. Frank. apl3dly
TT VST A lOYli:t
Every new shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric nine, Egyptian
etc., and new frltumlng to match.
UvcouUSC, lucliSUy MAYHVILLE, ICY.
T COWD'il C
This space has been leerved lor their advertisement.
I,Q01C OUT FOR IT.
Daily FISH Market.
IHvni T.nlnntut calf trntnr ftali. T'rlno ro.
dueedtntsday to 8 audio cents a pound.
riteftreet. "" may.sville,k.
i TOIIX1I. POYM.Jlt.,
Oldest, and het Companies. Insures for
full value, how rate. Losses promptly paid.
Xodlscouuts No delays. OMce corner Tliira
aud .Market streets. aplOdly
TAS. U. SALLEE, CLAUENCE L. HALLEE.
Sallee A" Knlloo,
ATTOKNKYN AT UW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (seplGilly) MAYSVILLE KY
t m. vKi;iuntou;n,
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters for Clocks, -Silver Ooods, Jewelry
etc. All worlc promptly luitlsatishictnr
lly done. Second .St., hat ol Market. apl7
T W.SlMltUS iV UUO.,
Ato.24, MARKET STREET,
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 3).
10, 5, o0, m, (tft 70, 75. aud IHJ cts.t S1.W an i 51.125
per yard. inehSldly
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Sale and Feed Stables
Street rfnrk ordeis promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest btyle Turnouts.
Hqises houuht and .soldou Commission, Mar
ket St., four doors below Central Hotel. at
toiix t. n.E.nixo.
Hepresonts the Loudon and Liverpool and
Globe, German American, of New York, and
Lick Water. OittCtf corner of Kroitt Uiu) Sut-
ton streets. apllTdly
T r. RY.VX.
Manufacturer and dealer lu hand, pocket
STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS,
Dates &c. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and
Sowlntr Machine rennired. Trumnets nut ut)
I bells hung, and keys mado to order. Stencil
cutting a specialty.
SecoudSt., aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ico cream and soda water. Fresh bread
aud cakes. Parties und weddings furnished
on short notice.
a Second St., may&Uy MAYSVILLE, KY.
ATTORNEY AT I AW,
Itcal EstntrtiHl ColIectliiHT Agency,
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
T A'E A WORIUt'K,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable
terms aud all worlc satisfactorily aud
piompitv none, unice on ruiru street, no
tween Wall aud Sutton. npllldly
ArOHUISOX A- KACKLEY,
Wholesule aud Ketall
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
SecondStreet, (mh281y) MAYSVILLE, KY.
t IHH LOU IMVVLI.i,
Latestsprln . .... stylos of Hats, Honuets, Rib- ..
.1. t.i.l.i. y-i 1
Hecond, opt)oslto Opera House, mayfly
TKS. 1 It, COLLINS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Huts, Honuets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second htreet,
Mrs, George Hurrows old stand, aplhklly
Vf cIIOUUIiE A HOLTON,
5,000 STANDARD PRINTS
at 6 cents Job lot of seusonablogoods Just received,
Prints, Lawns, (Jiuisuaiiis, Parasols
aud Fans at bottom prices. npwdly
VTINS MATTIE CAUK,
Second Januarys Slock.
Millinery 6oods? Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trlmmlugs etc., of tho latest styles.
Prices Low. lucuSlrfly
ATTOllSKT AT IA.W,
JiihIIpo nf llio Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will ndvertl'c nnd sell real estate, Xo chargos
whatever unless a alo Is coDNUinmated,
Deeds, moi tmmos Ac. written nt rates as low as
nuy one's. Oilice Library Building, Sutton
iyr 4 da YIN,
Hats. Caps, Trunks nnd Valises. The latest
spring Mylesjust teoelveil.
Market dt.f nplfklly MAYSVILLE, KY,
VriW, aTj. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Wilt be sold CHKAP for tho next thirty days,
Call aud see them.
mch301y Xo. 29, East Second Street.
(Formerly Miss Mnj$gle Itnsp,)
hns Just received a full supply of all of tho
latest styles lu Millinery Goods, ilats, Hon-nets.
Laces, TiImmliiKS and all Heaouablo
novelties, Tho ladles nro Invited to call.
Market stiet, niMly M AYHVILLE.
TltS. MAItY K. THOMAS,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that Mie lias Just rerelved her
.sprlmc 8tock, which will bo found very attractive
and that she has also the services
of an neconipltshed triinnier from
One pitce only.
13 E. Second Hi., aOJIy MAYSVILLE, KY.
ATOSK DAVLTOX l- IIIIO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full llnoofall kinds of vehicles on Hand
forsnle, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day. week or month. Largest and beat an
pointed Livery Stable lu tho west. Prices as
tow as any. llest attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd 42 west
Second St., aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Successors to Cooper & lllsset,
Dealers In Stove, Itnnjces, tfnrlilclzcri
MuiiIoN.iuhI iiiiiiiiiliiolnrert ol'TJii,
loiMr and Sheet Iron Wiir.
Special attention paid to tin roofllug, gutter
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
hteatn litters. Wrouuht Iron ai.d lend pipes,
tic. All worlc attended to promptly aud
23 E. Second ht aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
O wj:as a- itAitKLivr,
Nos. 57 and M Second and W Sutton Mreetfl,
have Just lecelved a lurjio stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
theirreatest implement over of
leivd lo tuniHi. The best lobncco hoes and
tobacco burn hardware of all kinds, npM(f
L ) iirii o, ami;hs(k,
Ao.21 Mvrket St., nearly opp Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours, MAYS VILLE, KY
r A, MEANS,
Full line of Burial Ilohes nnd all articles ro
Qtiirel by the uudei taking trade. Orders
promptly attended to day or nliiht.
mJly Xo. Hi, East Second Street,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery, Notions, etc No. 41 Market
Htreet, East side, between Second and Third,
alildOm MAYSVILLE, KY.
O J. IAUIIEKTYV
No. 6, West Hecond Btieet.
Monuments. Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
tlieHame prompt atteutlou as it delivered lu
Sanitary Engineer. Oas aud Btcanvfltter.
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose,
Hewer Pipes, Lead aniT Iron Pining, Steam
and Water Gauges. No.W west Second street,
opposite Qelbel'd grocery,
aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
ry F. KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALLHOURS.
work promptly aud satisfactorily done.
Tetms reasonable. rrout street, between
Market aud Sutton npllOdly
Manutacturer and originator of the
Silver Dollar, Win, Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap-
Hmolce, Three Beauties, Cord wood and
fiy Sliiiji. Second Stieet, Maysville, Ky,
ITriUl'K A OUT.
Wo will nm ho undersold nnv hnntn In
Kentucky or at Ciucl.iimtl, It'wu have hall a;
mcli3ldly MAYSVILLE, KY.
M j n. .ii atiii: xvs a- co
Manufacturers and Dealers In
and DreSSetl Lumber,
Laths, Bhlnales, blinds, Framos, Doors, Sashfl
mcn3Jly MAYSVILLE, KY,
T S I'SVU,
Mauulncturer of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOESj
Custom work made to order, UepalrlnKueatl
No. -It Market steett.lEast side,
Jii 1 y MAYBV1LLE,KY
XTANCEY A ALKXAMEK;
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES
Vehicles ot all kinds, good stock and careful
reasonable terms. Heoond Ht., botweon Mark)