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DAILY. KXUKIT HUNI1AY, MY
THE PUBLIC LEDGEK CO.
WIM.UM H. Cm,
JTrilrfrMf
TllDUA A. 1UVIH,
'lrr-l'rrtllcnt.
William II. Waimwiihtii, Jr.,
Sreietary mul fVnif urrr.
Themar A. Davin Killter unit Manager.
Ham ublT. Hickman, fiiVJi'illiirniKl ;tnnUjrr.
jhui:i or iukxcteks.
Wll-LUU H.ClIX, SI. C, lUIIWI'LL,
A. M. J.CeCMHA.v, W. II. Waiimheiitii, Jr.,
Theuah A. DaVIh.
OFFICE I'l'MIt Irilgtr lluihllitg, .Ve. 10 Xatt
Tttlnl Strtrt,
SUBSCKIV J JO.WS'-JX A OVA XCK.
Oat If ear
Ik Menth I
Thr 9Ieutli 7S
OKLIVKKKO JIY CAM! INK.
Per Meulli '& VitU
l'avlih te carrier at f ml of ntnutli.
re AnvMitrisEits.
Advertising rates uniform and reason
able and made known en application at
the office.
IN HOC SIONO VINCES.
A Werd te Republicans.
3Vi Jtejwi of the imrty lini In the eroannlen
ea .(alirart ltevublican )re. The Itepub
Hean who read or otherwise hrlm te wj wj
jtert a Itetneeratlc paper te the exeltuten of
one of hit etcn jmrty ttetrtpaper i untrue
te the Jtepubllean ratine.
Unanimously ttnbaerlbed te by the Xatlenal
llevnbllean teayne.
J. S. CLABKSON, President.
A. B. HUMPHREY. Secretary.
-- --
The American Tin Plate Factory of
Elmwood, Intl., lias been dedicated "as
an American industry," and fioverner
McKiNLEY was the orator e( tlie occa
sion. The Republican majority in Maine in
net as high as a church nor ns wide as
a barn deer, but it will tle. It will
keep the pesky Democrats out, and that
is what it id there for.
Advices from Gray Gables state that
Candidate Cleveland Is keeping very
quiet these days. He is probably en
gaged solely in wondering whether the
experiences of his recent visit te New
Yerk are worth what they co-d.
Assuming that the Hill Democracy
and the Cleveland Democracy will pull
together, what will the lonesome Mug
wump Democracy de then, peer thing?
It leeks as though some oue of the ill ill
asserted birds were bound te be out of a
roosting place befere many days.
Chairman Manley of the Republican
State Committee of Maine estimates
that the Republlcan.candldate for Gov Gov
ereor Is elected by a majority ever the
Democratic candidate of 12,000, and
that the vote en Congressmen gives the
Republicans a plurality of 1 1,000.
Fbee-tmade Democratic orators are
fend of the phrase, "A Natien of million
aires and tramps," which they declare
will result from Protection. What they
wish te see is a Natien of tramps, with
a few plantation barons te de the gov
erning, such as existed in the Seuth,
meat markedly in the geed old days of
Free-trade.
The Democratic platform is most cer
tainly recognized as an efllcial declara
tion of Democratic doctrine en the Tar
iff question. And no less certainly Is
Mr. Kdwabd Atkinson acknowledged te
be a learned exponent of that same doc
trine en that question. And yet this is
the way In which that learned exposi
tion And that learned exponent agree:
Democratic Platform
We doneunco the
McKlnley Tariff law
enacted by the Fifty-first
Congress, as
the culminating at
rocity of class legis
lation, and we prom prem
ise its repeal as ene
of the benidcent re
sults that will fellow
the action of the
people in intrusting
power te the Demo
cratic party.
Since the McKln McKln
eoy Tariff went into
operation there have
been ten reductions
of wages of laboring
iimb te one increase.
We deny that there
kM beefl any in
crease of prosperity
te the country since
that Tariff went in
to operation.
Mr.Atkinnen in May
Forum.
There never has
been a period In the
history of this or
any ether country
when the Konerul
rnte of wages was
us high as l is new,
or the prices of
goods relatively te
thu wnges as low as
they tire Unlay, nor
n period when the
workman, in the
strict sense of the
word, has se fully
secured te Ills own
use and enjoyment
such a steadily and
progressively In
creasing proportion
of a constantly In
cranslug product.
The people of Maysvtlle stand ready
and willing te de their whole duty at all
times and under all circumstances. Rut
they felt greatly outraged, upon rending
in The Cincinnati A'winVrr, that the
Health Oflleer of Cincinnati proposed te
imike an " outpost" of this eity.and te sta
tion elllcers here for the purpose of stop step
ping trainsandtaklngoffchelera-stricken
people. Neither the Health Olllcer of
Cincinnati nor the Governer of Ohie pos
sesses the power te establish quarantine
regulations in Kentucky. The Leimjeh
is for "states rights" that far, because
the states nre equal; but it places
the authority of the President, whether
he be Republican or Democrat, above
all, because he represents all the peo
ple of all the states.
It was with no small degree of pleas
ure, therefore, flint the truth of the mat
ter was welcomed, when it became
known that such was net the Intention
of the Cincinnati authorities. They
simply asked the co-operation of the
Maysville eflicials in an honest ami
earnest effort te keep the phigue away
from both cities, mid this they will have
te the fullest extent, as evidenced by
the action of the City Council nt its
meeting last night.
There is se much cenllict between
petty authorities in regard te these mat
ters that it is about tlme for the President
te "take the hull by the horns" and issue
a proclamation stepping immigration and
establishing quarantine regulations
which will apply te every state and te
every community. In the presence
of
an impending pestilence there is
time te discuss mere technicalities,
is time te net and te net decisively.
no
It
Geehre Gunten of the College of
Secial Economists, says The New York Yerk
Press, in nn article in The Secial
Economist en the two party platforms,
after pointing out that the Democratic
platform means free foreign trade (that
being the logic of removing such Pro
tective features as interfere with foreign
trnde,) meets the point that Protection
protects capital. Theie is free compe
tition, the freest possible competition in
our markets, for capital, "Hut we
should insist" says Mr. Gunte.v, "that
such competien shall be between capi
talists only. Their success inut be
mnde te depend upon their ability ns
capitalists, and net upon their capacity
te obtain cheap labor. x
capitalist shall have the benefit of our
consumption and civilization without
paying our wages."
This point ought te be clearly appre
hended by these who seek te think
aright en the subject. Put all capital
ists en the sanie National level as te
wages, by requiring them te pay Amer
ican wages if they would sell In Amer
ican markets, nnd their competition faces
ene way- the way of improved pro
cesses and increased skill and intelli
gence. When you admit them te com
pete in our niaikets without paying our
wages, their competition faces the ether
way the downward way. The capital
ist with the cheapest labor will reap the
biggest profits.
Thus Free-tradt) puts a premium en
the degradation of labor, while Protec
tion puts a premium en the employ
ment of American labor and the eleva
tion of American skill and intelligence.
The ten years immediately preceding
the war for the Union nre what Candi
date Stevenson calls "the golden period
of our history." Rut even James Ih
chanan during that period complained
that "our manufactories have suspended,
our public works are retarded, thousands
of laborers nre thrown out of employ
ment and our country's monetary inter
ests nre in a deplerable condition." It
was a golden period for note shavers
and mortgage forecloses, if that is what
Stevenson means.
The mero people knew of Oiilande
Cox, our cantlidate for Circuit Court
Clerk, the mere votes will be enst for
him. He will make nn excellent Clerk,
just as competent as his opponent, and
lie will he greatly benefitted by an elec
tion as he is a peer man. He Is ene of
the best young men Maysville has ever
turned out, thoroughly honest, honora
ble, polite, sober, accommodating and
industrious. It will be a credit te the
people of Masen county te elect him,
nnd it will confer upon him .a promo
tion richly earned by an upright, clean,
decent life. Mr. Cox is the mainstay of
his worthy parents and sister, and has
devoted the days of his manhood in do
ing and working for them. Don't for for
eot him when you coine te vote. There
Is net a man in Mnysvilln who can say
truthfully a word against him.
.1. Allan Daunaiiy, Lexington's young
playwright, Is receiving very hlh com cem com
jiliinentu from the different tlrnmiitii:
journals en having written such an o e
cellent play as his latest production,
"The Guardian."
Toiiacce consumption Is iuci easing In
Great Britain. Fer the last year It
uvvragud one and nix-tenths pounds per
head of the population. In Friiueu It
averages nearly two pounds. In Ihiglanil
thu consumption of teals rapidly liu-timi-lug
and coffee diminishing. Coffee has
increased ill per cent, in live years.
rAlUSLAIN HLANU
The Term Rrtetnquouero imcl Ita
l rocullntTsigrnlGeenco.
A Werd That linrci- it floinliliintleii of Ij
Itlclif , Vanity uml Hilarity -l'oe-
ile Who Line te rurmlr Their
KitruViigitnt 1"hiicIii.
The word rastnqueuerc, in its present
extended const, is a new one, nnd has
no place in any dictionary, snysn. writer
in Londen Truth. The uendemy has tm
yet net noticed It, The word originated
in this way: Ihtrly in the '70'h it Huner
Rastnquoueres, who cuine from some
part of Siutli America and had tt fabu
lously large credit ntltetlihchllri's, burst
upon the town- He were prodigiously
large brilliants ns shirt studs, rings te
match, nnd used te give five-franc pieces
as pourbeircs te waiters tit cafes. He.
bceame n source of wealth te plcture
dealers who had "nuclent musters," the
color of gingerbread, nnd painted by
young Parisian raplns te get rid of (sic),
lie had n box nt the opera, where he
used te show off his diamonds, nnd being
prodigal both from vanity and geed
nature, was, of course, a favorite of the
corps de ballet Hew he ended l have no
idea. Rut his fortune was seen de
voured by sharpers mid his fair friends.
After he disappeared these ladles
used te go te Notre Dnmc des
Ylctelrcs te pray that a rastaqueucre
might be sent te them. When it
wealthy Spanish-American turned tip
he was spoken of by them ns n mata mata
queuere. Fer some yehrs the word was
exclusively applied te Spanish-Americans
and Mexicans. It is new extended
te most foreigners who are vain nnd
rich, and believe that money can buy
miythlng, everything, worth having in
life pri.e guests, of course, included.
Raren Hirsch was objected te by the
circle of La Rue Reyalo as a rasta rasta
querere. Three or four years age the
term could net have been applied te any
English or even North American per
son. Rut they are all new, when rich,
vain and vulgar, lumped up in the genus
of which Sener Rastaquoueres uns the
root. One may be a snob without being
a rubtnquouerc, but one cannot be a
rastaqueucre without beiug a snob
The f.inner, I should say, is the snob
triumphant, through the things that
money can procure. This form of snob sneb
Wsm implies advertisement, and plenty
of it. The rastaqueucre does net sec
what is the geed of having IJ'U'en Isa
bella or the prince of Wsiles te guy innt-iiH-is
or luxurious dinners unless the
papers knew that they came, whut was
paid for the floral decorations, what
viands and wines wvrawst bef.re them,
nnd what cemediens were engaged nt
great prices te entertain t'um. It is
net society, but nn ndinirirg public,
that the rastaqunncre host and hostess
crate for. Formerly this word implied
a touch of gt ed nature, or, at any rate,
an open hand in spending money. One
may new be ns hard as nails and yet a
rtistaqneuere. It will de te ccin lavish.
A resident of TiltMvillc, Pa., com
mitted snicide a few daj's age from a
melancholy conviction that he wns his
own grandfather. Here is the singular
letter that he left: "I married a widow
who had a grown-up daughter. My
father visited our house very often, fell
in love with my stepdaughter and mar
ried her. Se my father became my bon-In-law
and my stepdaughter my
mother, because she was my father's
wife. Seme time afterward my wife
had a son; lie was my father's brother-in-law
and my uncle, for he was the
brother of my stepmother. My father's
wife that is, my stepdaughter had
also a son; he was, of course, my
brother and in the meantime my gsand
dtild, for he was the son of my daugh
ter. My wife was my grandmother,
because she was my mother's mother.
I was my wife's husband and grand
child nt the same time. And as the hus
band of a person's grandmother is his
grandfather, I v.us my own grand
fathw" .
j'he sending of u telegram is, appar
ently, a very simple matter, but oc
casionally un etil spirit gets into the
wires, and perverts the original messnge
into a shape which causes wrath te the
sender and much mirth te the looker looker
en, says the San Francisce News Let
ter. A case in point occurred a few
days age. The telegraph operator of
an engineering and construct ion party,
at work near Hartferd, tek"T.iphed te
n friend of his in that town te send him
n couple of lamp shades, and, being en
intimate terms with the family, added
his best regards te "Mellic," the friend's
wife. In the cipher used en the line,
"my best regards" is indicated by the
words "seventy-three." The message
when sent read: "Send me two lamp
shades by evening train, and scvonty scventy scvonty
three te Mellic." When the dispatch
was received it read: "Send me two
lamp shades by evening train, nnd
seventy-three temnles." The receiver
read and re-read the message, almost
doubting the evidonce of his own eyes,
but "seventy-three, tomales" was there
plain enough, nnd the thing was te
get the required number. The resources
of Iianferd in the temale line wero
taxed te their utmost, and that evening
the brakeman carried two large boxes
te the telegraph ear, dropped them en
the fleer, nnd handed the nstenlshed
operator a nete: "DearX: What the
de you want with soventy-thrce
tema'les? I send you forty-five, all I
could get Have had two women mak
ing them all day. Will fend the rest
te-morrow Rill is seven dollars." The
nir was blue about the car for awhile,
but the trainmen had u temale supper.
New the operator has his mehsu','08 re
peated if he thinks .there's the slightest
ehanee of their being misconstrued.
Tim lUtte. Ilril.
A "bore bell" Is the latest necessity
ofbusyinen nnd women. It is an In
visible bell, arranged en the Heur nenr
the victim of a tee tnllratlve cutler.
Whmi the guest has talked enuigh the
host or hostess quietly puts it Let en
tile secret spot in the lloer and tliusurv
ant appcara at the dour with tt tale
gram or important im.s:igu which must
be attended te at en oe. The caller
naturally Itews himself out and the vic
tim I uuvecL
Itttr r'itrf-IUrml Kxtnrlen,
1 The Ohie and Mississippi Hallway will
inn oue of Its popular hat vest exclusions
10 points West, Northwest and South
west, leaving Cincinnati September 27th,
and te points Seuth and Southwell leuv
I in Cincinnati October !tflh; tickets L-oed
'for lelurn twenty days from date of sale.
The O. and M. is llieditccl fast line te all
points in territory named via St Leuis.
Pullman chair curs and sleepers en all
trains. Fei lutes, tickets and fuitlicrln fuitlicrln fuitlicrln
formatien call en or nddiess agents of
connecting lines, or ('. W. I'm Is, Central
Passenger Agent, 43 West Feuitli street,
rinrinuntl. e.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
rnit .UTKi.i.Ari: juixm.
We ni-oaiitlieilcil tniiiuimiticeJiiilKO W, II.
HOLT iik a eiiliillilatu ler iu-elcctlen n .luilire
of the Omit or Appeals at tlie Nevemlier
election, lhltt.
Kill SIIKIUKK.
We nre nutlmiicil te luuiminru .1. C. JKI'.
I'lHtSON as the Donieeiatlo cnnilliliitn ler
Sheritr of Masen county at the election le he
held Tuesday, Nevemlier HI li 1WW.
roil mweii.
We aie autlierl.ed te announce K. II.
riLVHCK, .lr.. us a candidate for re-election te
tlioelllcuor Jlaj or at tint ensuing election Ter
City elllccis.
roil .tsSKSsen.
We are aiitheil.cd te uliuounce CHAKLKS
1). HllKl'AUHus a candidate ferUlty Assessor
at the 0118(11111,' city election.
FOII COI.M.CTOII ASH TIIKASUIUUI.
We are iiiitlioi'l.edtennaouaco It. A. COC1I
HAN. .IK., ns a candidate ler tlie olllce of
Odleeter ant TieasuiCr nt the ensuing city
election.
roil CITV Ct.IMIK.
We ii re autlieilzcO te aunounce ilAHTIN
0'IIAKr.as n candidate for re-eltctlen te the
olllce of Cltj Clcik at tlie ciisulmr city elec
tion. rKEE ADVEBTISINQ.
1 0 WUll (CJ the hciuUuu of "llcli
- - -n-mifti," "Situation
Wanted," " l,t," " Kiitiiiil," Ac, of an accepta
t1c nature, ami net te exceed thiec linen, en lliix
!(, arc FliKK te nil.
lifA'ii HiiKliiai'iAilrcitfxrtnriifjiiiiJicrinl it'C'i it'C'i
eld jwj.
If annwci fail te come thcfiist time, tec Oirftc
a many Hr(lfm ok are mecxHiry te teewe
iilial you advcilfeefar. 11V wlrh the ndrridncm
te f i el that they arc net Unjmlnii en m liyuxtnii
our free celumna.
Atlvcrttrcincnt can he left at our office or nnl
thiiaiiiH the mall te
rut' vum.w 1,1; 1x11:1: cempaky.
A'n. W K. Third Street.
WrANTED-Liulles te Knew that MlhS Eva
DeAtley Is eairylnu- en a I)re.sinaklnir
("-tiiMNIimcMt in the Sl.vtli
Ward, and would
Use te liavethciu call.
r ANTED The Laldles te knew that I am
110 longer at Ml Anna Kra.er's. Hut
have moved te Sutten street, nett te Neshltt's
Mare. MISS IIKTI'll! A. HILL.
A V ANTED-Imineillatcly a jroeil K'lrl. (loeil
l u aires. Onne pienared te work. Dr. 8.
I'ANdllltN.
A
ANTED Ajrneil irirl In a small family.
Aniilyto.MItlS.ALItEUTf.UEENWOeD,
Ferest iiveinui.
WANTED A llevtn work In jjrecery.
1 UICIIESON. Market street.
W.
rANTIJD A KoetI cook, white preiencd,
In a small liimily. (loot! wnircs. Ap
ply at Sit l-'euitli street.
WANTI'.D A man with horse. uu:eii will
I he furnl-lied face, te sell machines.
Apply at 117 Sutten street.
7 ANTED Man te take. e:iie or olllce and
t i ile lioigeork. Apply nt this iillleii.
WANTHD-Te let the contract ler hiilldlnif
addition te M'IiimiIImiiim'. Apply te
'llSTIKSIUMII.irstMIOtlUJ(i'eterllU!.2y
rANTIJD Irfttlles te knew Unit Mrs. .lehu
II Mill isearrylntr en a DieNsmtikltu,' es
lalilishment at Miss Anna l-'ra.tu-'s, and would
he K'ad te hiitu them call.
FOR SALE.
iaehsali:-
A complete llodieoin Set. almost
V Hew. cot la. ill sell ler JUS.
luiiulroel
(). n.fllllHSMAN.
TJIOKPALi: A iiesh Cew and her calf. An
V ply te .ItHIN HMALL.AIieideon.ei- 110
Market street, Muysville, LKy.
fjlOUSAI.r. DH TltADi:-A weed horse and
i? .Icisey milch cow. S. 1'ANtlltUHN. M.D.
lesr.
JOST In the I'estiilllcean order for a low
i 11110 1101:010111110 1'. and O. Irem Mays Mays
llle te ('liicliinntl. l'lnder please return te
this olllce.
I OST Iletween Maysville and Tailor's Mill
i 1 Itnail, n piickmru directed le (leorRe K
Curtis from .1. .1. Weed. Heward II returned
tothlselllco;
1 OST On the mail between Lamm's (lap
J nnd Hlickaway llrl 'U Lady's Held Ulnir,
tljrer eye. setting eiiBravcd with a Lady's
luce, A lewaril will lie (riven for the recovery
et the sumo. S. l'ANdllt'ltN, M. I)., Mays
villi. Kv
TOUNIJ.
-(TIOTND-Twe Keys In 1'KANK COLLINS'S
i. saloon en Krent street.
rOB KENT.
771011 Itl'.NTOIt SALII-My 1'arm or Km acres
J en Maysville and Mt. Carmel pike. New
coltiiKelioubOof 7 rooms and ether outbuild eutbuild
Iii(?h, clsturn, Ac. (lead tobacco and stock
barn. Could be sold In two putts. Q. It.
rlllll'LLV.
1HOII ItKNT Nlee two-story
house In the
i-1 1'lfth Ward, .Ne. SIS Walnut street. Fer
partk'iilur.s Inqulieat It. WIILLS, next deer.
MONUMENTAL STATUARY
AND CKMCTKIIY WOltK,
7u tlrnnltf (out Mm Mr.
M. R. GIIMOEE,
l(W W. hKCONli KTliKKT, MAYHVII.I.K, KV.
lit) KreiMtiimi ItulMlinr W'erk, Sidewalks, .te , nt
imtlsfuctery irlri-s.
jhNjMmr, DENTIST !
T'lctateit l,eeal AnaAhctlcferthc
Piiinless Extraction of Teeth.
l'er keeping your teeth and (rums In order
H) Sapenin, best teeth wash known te the
world. Olllce. Second sttent.
Academy of the Visitation iJeurdiii";
nnd DuySchoel for Veiiiir; LndieH. .
This institution has a lilli reputation for its
iniiiiy adt antuires and IIioieiikIi ediieutleu In
ctery hraiKili. Tlie Musical Department Is
under the illicctluu of a irrailiuile of a noted
coiipcrvnleiy, tleriiiau and 1'clectla System
of DrawlntrtaiiKht fiee. Illluil pupils will be
Indued b tin. relii.irlnt Mellied. Fer lerniH
nml ether iuloimnlleu apply le HISTF.ItH OF
TIIK VI
It .tTiiiK. ?iasKtiiii. 'Masen id.. iv.
J)r.
MOJiKIS TI. IMirSTKK,
IIOJUKIH'ATIII.ST.
Makes a spcehilly of (,'liionle DNeases of
ever) elmniutiT, prominent iiiiieiiNKu hlrhurii
Xiimtl Cnltiimh, Threat and l.tltty Trenhlm,
l'lliw nnd I'lsliibuiiircd by u new system of
I'iiIiiIeds ami Ittoedb'ss survery. t alls an an
iwercd promptly. Olllce corner Third ami
tiiitlenstieels.
Presidential Campaign of 1892 !
GItAND INDUCEMENTS
TO UKADKItS OK
THE PUBLIC LEDGEE.
The Frcslilentlnl Ciiinpalyn of 1802 will, without detiht, he the most intensely
ihtcicstinK and excitlnj;ln the histeiy et the United States, and country pcople will
he cMrcmely anxious te linve all the (IKNEHAIi and l'OlilTlUAL NKWB and dis
cussions of the day ns ptcsented in n Nntieiml journal, in aihlitien te Hint supplied
hy their own local paper.
Te meet this want we hnve entered Inte a contract with the
NEW YOEK WEEKLY TKIBUNE
The Lending Republican Paper of the United States!
which cnahles us te offer that splendid journal (regular subscription price 81 per
year) ami Tun l'uni.ic Ludekii for ene year
YOU ONLY 3 25 A YEAK, CASH IN ADVANCE.
"IN. Y. Weekly Tribune," rcftulnrptlccpcrycar $ 00
"Public Ledger," 3 00
TtTAI $4 00
We Furnish Beth Papers One Year for $3 25.
SUHSCUII'TIONO MAY IJEGIN AT ANY TIME.
Its' This is most lilcral combination offer ever made in the United States,
and evcru reader of The Public LKnGKIl should take advantage of it at once.
tW'The money must, in all eases, accompany the orders.
Address all orders te
THE PUBLIC LEDGER,
MAYSVILLE. KY
Dress Goods.
We have, just received fifty
Whipcords, BROADCLOTHS, Ottomans,
Oepens, ' Serges,
in all the new and tlesirnlile shades for full,
from no cents up te SI HO per yard. Alse
it new line of Oinips in silk, steel mul jett.
Dress Goods.
IlKOWNINd ft CO., r!
Maysville Carriage Company,
MANllKACTUItlCIlS AND DlIALKltS IN
A PINE LINE OF CARRIAGE WORK.
Alse Aeknts feu 'run
Deerine' Harvesting Machinery.
Adjoining Operu-htmse, JIAYSVILLK, KY,
skasenableM.Y GOODS
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And Housekeeping Goods Generally Always en Hand
ANI KOK
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THOMAS J. CHENOWETH,
3DR.XJC3.C3-IST,
MAYSVIIJiE, KENTUCKY.
McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
IIKALK1LS IN
MANTELS,
Tinware, Tin Hoefing,
.IOKiWOUK OK ALL KINDS Kxcciitt'd In tlie
In 0. IlLATrKHMAN. OI.DKST IIOUSK IN TUB (JITY.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
l-m JSOLH AflKNTS K()lt----
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,
r-ANI) DUALKUH lUZz
MANTELS, STOVES, GItATES, ICE OUBAM EltEKZERS,.
Iterrltfcmtiirfi, WiihIiIiik' MiicIiIiich, WrlimnrH nntl KltclieirHiu'cliiltlt'j. We will tint
ln iintlnrHiilil. All kimhIh KiiiininliLMl iih iciuchiuiU'iI. Tin IIikiIIiik. 'Inlli-iliiK R"'I
Ki'iicnil Jelt Werk.
2 and 30 W. Second Street, :-: BLVYSVILLE, KY..
Dress Goods.
picren of Dress Heeds in
Dress Goods.
WKST SKC0N1) STItKKT.
mul STAPIiR
NAl.K IIV
y&cr-xs' uS
QjOkJ
GRATES,
Guttering and Spouting.
bi'Ht niitiuier.
W. V. I'DVKK.
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