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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1883.
Ki:xt Hnturdny when you coiuo In
Your vnlucdlnld to lend,
In picking out tho cnudldntes.
Hear tills In mind, my lilend.
Just write It down upon n card,
And in your clinpcnu Mick It,
Xlioday Is cold, wlinn Mason falls
To rnlso hor volco for Pickett.
Tun city council meets this evening.
Rkv. J. N. lUiuim:, of tiie Baptist
church, will preach at tho Christian
Church in Sardis, noxt Saturday evening.
Thm open air concert by tho Ilaml'm
"Wizzilrd Oil singers attracted a large
number of poTddfia to' Market street lust
night. Their voices were Very fine. Tho
concert will bo repeated tilfri wv'ening.
Bod Stickney, the greatest baft'b'aclc
rider in tho world nnd Miss Emma Lake"
the noted four horso rider, both favorites
in thisStato aro with-S. II. Barrett & Co's
circus which exhibits hero next Monday.
A telkquam was received in Mays-ville
yesterday nftcrnoon, announcing tho
death, at Louisville, of Mrs. Charles D.
Fearce. Mrs. Penrce was the daughter
of Mr. V. a. Ilaldeuian, of the Courier
The tax list of the city was increased
by the Board of Equalization nearly
$200,000, and yet tho assessments, it is '
baid, will not produce tho amount re
quired to bo raised for the public debt
due this year.
Columbus Bumm, colored, was examined
yesterday afternoon beforo Justices
M. F. Marsh and John L. Grant, on
the chargo of Grand larceny, and was
discharged, tho evidence not being sufficient
to justify his being held over for
"We are requested by Kev. A. N. Gilbert
to say that his assistance in the protracted
meeting at tho Mayslick Church
will be only between Sundays, and that
he will preach at tho church in
on Sunday morning and night as
Says the Courier-Journal : Seven hundred
cigarette-makers struck at New
York yesterday for higher .wages. This,
in connection with the death at Syracuse
of Dr. II. B. Wilbur, the pioneer educator
of idiots in this country, would lead
n believer in coincidences, to think that
fate had set its faco against the "dude."
Cn.vs. Williams, colored, was brought
before Magisrates M. F. Marsh and John
L. Grant yesterday afternoon to answer
the chargo of grand larceny, the stealing
of $13 from W. II. Harrison and
$5 from Stephen Harrison, of Lowisburg
precinct. lie waived an examination
and was sent to jail in default of $250
A letter received by a gentleman of
this city from a friend at Louisville states
that the Brush electric light in that city
in many cases U buing removed and replaced
by that furnished by the United
States Electric Light Company which is
said to be greatly superior. Tho latter is
the light Mr. Salomon proposes to introduce
into this city.
Ma. Jacoii Linn, the popular baker and
confectioner, has opened his ice cream
saloon for the season and is propared to
supply parties nnd woddinuson tho most
reasonable terms. IIo will deliver to nny
part of tho city fresh bread and cakes
of all kinds, if an ordor to do so left at
his establishment. His work is always of
the best and gives ontira satisfaction,
Tun contract for building the now tobacco
warohouso on Front street hns
been given by Mr. Cooper to Mr. J. R.
Sousloy, who will begin tho work nssoon
as tho foundations aro completed. The.
heavy timbers will bo supplied by Messrs.
W. B. Mathews k Co., and tho stono
work will bo done by Mr. John Moran.
Tho building, it is expected, will bo finished
by tho first of next Outobor.
Wn aro informed that tho work of laying
down tho street railway track will
gegin sometime noxt week. A contract
has been made and executed by which
tho road bod is to bo comploted, ready
for the cars.by tho 15th day of noxt Juno.
Mr. Burko, a well known Civil Engineer
of Cincinnati, is the contractor. IIo is
at present engaged in building a street
railway at Dayton, Ohio, and is expected
to bring his hands hero next week to
begin tho undertaking at this place.
"One Eye Open."
CAnTiiAon, Ind.; April 29, 1SS3.
Through the kindness of aomo Kentucky
friend the writer wns favored with
n few copies of the Daily Bulletin this
week. To a person with " one eye open "
it looks like it had been enlarged and
otherwise improved full of readable
iMlter and fresh advertisements, which
make no newspaper man mad. Success
to the publishers. Remember me "aomo
more " occasional! v.
" What shall 1 write about ? Spring ?
No ! by the groat horn spoons let us forget
that subject. 1 know nothing of spring,
but I have a faint recollection of reading
or hearing some one remark that " spring
has come." Qf course it has come. It
gets hero onco a year, and everybody
known the date, and why forever prosecute
our follow beings by tolling them
that " spring is here." Well, then, 1
Blmll say something about drop!,? "Sou
sar yes. All right. Tho farming 6cn
son inpy not be ns far advanced oh in
Kentucky, but the crops, will all be
planted in good time. Corn is now being
planted by some, nnd a great many yet
nave half their ground to plow. The
10th of May is the date that farmets
wi3h to bo through planting com. Threo
weeks ncro tho nrosnect for wheat in this
immediate neighborhood wan not at all
flattering, but thanks to Providonco and
favorable weather it baa come out wonderful
and bids fair to make an
average crop. The fruit, afl far ns I can
learn, is all right. The farmers are all
happy, and another prosperous season is
expected. Corn, wheat and hogs nro the
staple products of this section. Tobacco
is an unknown quantity with tho tillers
of the soil in this part of the heritage.
Mr. McDonald, of this State, is bobbing
up serenely as a candidate for the presi
dency in 1884. lie is a good man and
tho Democrats can push" him without
any hesitancy or fear of his inability of
filling the position.
A number of conductors on the Panhandle
railroad have been uive a vacation
by tho oflicers of the road. This
was to give them a chance to spend tho
money they have stolen from the company.
What is the use to dinchargo an
old conductor who lias " lfliocked down"
nil he wants, and put in his place a man
that has nothing nnd will steal till begets
something? Railroads cannot keep a
detective for each conductor, and if they
did, conductors nnd detectives would join
in nnd divide tho spoils.
Maysvillo is to have a circus! Hands
on your pockotnooks ! We had a circus
through hero about a week ago, and
heaven knows we never wnnt another.
Such another set of low down thioves and
cowardly pick-pockets never passed
through though here, and if tliev were
to attempt to give anotiier show here.thpy
might meet tho same fate that O'Brien's
circus did last week over in Pennsylvania
be run out of town. As a general thing
one circus increases tho anxiety of the
public to see tho next one; but Van
Am burg's left no such effect here. Once
again I exclaim, " hands on pqeket
books!" and keep them there,
One Eye Oi'E.v.
Annm Burr's Pistols.
Some weeks ago I ran ncross perhaps
the most famous and fatal firearms on this
continent tho superb duelling pistols of
Aaron Bnrr. They are a bono breaking
brace of tho first "calibre, and tho property
of Capt. Brent Hopkins, of this city.
One of these pistols fired the bull tlint
killed Alexander Hamilton at
It is identified by a long, deep
notch indented on the handle. The
pistols were made by Mortimer, of London,
England, and "were imported by
Burr at the close of the revolutionary
war. Tho barrels aro thirteen inches
long nnd carry an ounce ball. They are
flint locks, and the pans for tho priming
aro lined with gold, and tho touchholes
are bushed with the same metal. They
are hair triggers and shoot with great
force and accuracy. Tho locks are very
superior and of exquisite mechanism.
The pair came into possession of Captain
Brent Hopkins, the present owner
through his uncle, Captain S:im Goodo
Hopkins, of tho Forty-second Regiment
of United States Dragoons, who purchased
them from Burr in Washington
City in tho winter of ISlJlor 181-1, paying
$.500 in gold for thorn. Burr remarked
at the time that he would not let any ono
else have the pistols, as ho had used "them
Tho weapons have surely n bloodstained
history. Thoy have been used
with fatal offeein eleven duels. Among
the sanguinary combats, Pettis, of Virginia,
killed Biddio.on Bloody Island,
near St. Louis; Edward Town's, of Virginia,
killed a Frenchman near Now Orleans
; Captain Sam. Goodo Hopkins
killed a Spanish Count near Madrid, Mo.;
Hugh Brent killed a man from Georgia
on Diamond Island, below Ilendorson,
Ky. They wero used soveral times in
South Carolina, and more than onco in
Kentucky, with deadly ofi'ect. Robert
Triplett, of Owonsboro, shot tho old lawyer
Phil. Thompson, of that city, through
and through with ono of them, but,
strango to say, Thomson recovered, and
grow ns fat as n bear. Henry Clay and
Captain Hopkins wero fast fiends, and
the former was to have used tho pistols
in ono of his duels, but thoy arrived a
day too late.
There should bo n full attondnnco at
the convention on Saturday, as Mason is
ono of tho leading counties in tho State,
and should bo represented at Louisvillo,
by hor best citizens. All of our candidates
for States offices will bo selected on
May 10th, nnd Mason should have her
duo influence. I
A DOCTOR'S DEVILTRY.
A ClilcnKO 31. I. Cliurscd Willi
lilt Wilts nnd Cliilcl.
Chicago, May '2. A groHt scubution lias
been cieated by disclosures implicating
Dr. Henry Meyer, a woaltliy
German physician with a large
practice, in a conspiracy with men
whom lio believed to be ex-convicts, but
who weru really detective, to poison his
wife, so that lie might obtain her estate of
jGO.OOl). Moyor was suspected some timo
ago of poisoning his fust wile and his
present wife's first anil of drowning
one of h'w stopoiiiidren, wbo win heir
to an estate which Meyer wanted lo control.
Opening of tlic Senson.
Both tho Lcaguo and American Association
opened their season on Tuesday.
The result of tho games played was
ad follows i
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, C ; St. Louis,
6; cloven innings.
At Columbus, O. Eclipse, (1; Columbus,
At Cleveland Buffalo, 4 ; Cloveland, 7.
At Pittsburg Athletics, 4;
At Detroit Chicago, 7 ; Detroit, 4.
At Philadelphia Providence, 1 ;
At Baltimore Baltimoies, 4; Metropolitans,
At New York Now York, 7; lloston, G.
Fifteen thousand people witnessed tho
TJio Potomac Army Itetuiioii.
Washington telegram, May 2.
Itcprcscntatives of tho Society of the
Army of the Potomac, called on the
to-day and invited him to take part in
tho annual reunion of tho Society, to be
held in Washington on tho Kith inst.
Tho invitation was nccepteil. Several
members of the Cabinet also signified llioir
intention to be present.
TnKiniiT rates to points in the South
liavo been still further reduced.
PnorKsson AVit.unn Fhkk will sever
his connection with Cornell University.
I'iu.viiks I.ortsi: daily visits the charitable
and oilier public institutions of
Tiik lcmovnrof the big orjan nf ISohui
is enjoined, tho original suUciibcrs Imuijt
Skvhs well defined cases of
have been developed in the neighborhood
of Westpon. Ind.
Tiik sale has been clfocted in London 01
?.'5,0i),00d worth of bonds of tho California
i Oiegon Uailway.
In: formed Handay night half an inch
thick nt Wilmington, JJulawtito. Fruit
trees aio in full bloom.
Simon llirutr. farmer, near Ft. Wayne,
Ind., was killed by a premature explosion
of dynamite while blasting stumps.
Tin: Governor of Louisiana has granted
another respite In tho case of Henry Fleming,
sentenced to be hanged May '.
Tiik New York Academy of Music, voted
510,000 to enable Ciye and Maplcsou to secure
Patti for next season.
Tin; President has appointed Jefferson P.
Kid lor Asoici.ite of t lie Supreme
Court of bakotii.
A son w vi 1:11 foiintiil.i exploded at Syracuse,
N V., fatally injuring ,mU and
Tiik coinage executed at various mints
during April was 7,Sll,0l)d odd, of which
2,:to0,l)0ll aro standard dollais.
Ar Phelps City, Mo., half the business
portion of thu town was burned yesterday,
fifteen buildings being consumed. Loss,
John G.vi.i.AniiKn, private watchman nt
Iigansnoit, Ind., shot and initially wounded
John Campinu after the latter had
At Winona, Minn., the barn of
Dill, burned. A little boy ten years old
polished. It is supposed he was playing
W. Gii.vitv.M, of London, challenges any
living man, Carver, llogardus or Mitchell
proferred, to ihoot a pigeon matoh, 100
biids, tor SI, 000.
J a si us J. Mmmikn, insert forty, in tho lace
department of tho housoof Muser &
.New York City, was arrested, charged
with stealing $23,000 worth of goods.
Mas. Mary Cu:mk.ts, of Youngstown,
O., born in Tyron, Ireland, cclebraied her
100th birthday Tuesday. Sho is quito feeble,
nearly deaf, and almost blind.
A mertinq will bo hold at Cooper Institute,
Now York, to recommend to tho Legislature
tho construction of $18,000,000
water-works under non-partisan auspices.
Jamks and wife, newly married,
went to a Soranton, Pa., hotel, got a
room, blew out tho gas, and went to bod.
McGrath may recover, but tho wifo will
At Gladewator, Tex., while Officer
was waiting at tho depot in charge of
two nogro convicts, an attempt was made to
rescue tho prisonors, which rosulted In tho
killing of llradshaw and throo negroes.
Moro trouble is foared.
At Braidwood, 111., a largo meeting of
coal minors was held to consider tho proposition
of tho inino operators for a reduction
of five cents por ton for digging, and it
was decided, in view of the reduced prico
of coal, to accept tho reduction.
Madame IIaynes Riley can bo professionally
consulted Tuesdays-, Thursdays
and Saturdays at the Hill IIouso in
tins city, until the first of September.
Wi: find the following in the Covington
! news of the Cincinnati Commercial-
Gazete of the 2nd inst (
LasLnvfrnlti?, at the le.ldence of Mr. John
Hundlo, Mr. Charles liliiuoliurl ami Mls
Murv J. aulUvnn, a young uiplc from,
.Muy.svllle, weic united in ninttlutony'.s na-1
crod In lids by Cutdlnnl M. T, tilt (lie, .
Conxctcd dally by O. W (Iki.sf.l, grocer !
bCondsUeet, Muysvllle. Ky. ,
Limestone 8 ? 2.")
MiiyMvllle family t sii
MuyHVllIu City u 7.0
Mason County M 25
Kentucky .Mill o to
Mutter. W Iti 2o!S0
Es.tldoz , ,.,,,.,. IS
Mealtl peek 2Q.
Molasses, fauey . 7o '
Coal oil, 'tf ai 20
Sugar, Kiunulated ji tt 11 .
" A.im 10'
" yellow V tl 81)
Hams, sugar curel t tt J5
liucou, bieaktust V It 151
Hominy, ty gallon 'JO '
J loans "fl Kill Ion -l
mhjhijimh jirwiaiMWanwii mrmm wummmam wmc am
sr.tXl'Iil) A position lit bookkeeper or
NHit'Miiim by a mini of oxjieili'iict'tind a
of 11 business collfiic Applv at
iniiiii xnia OKFICK. I
nrAVJ'i:i .Mt;r'lmntniid consumers to
know that Newell itlfemvaie pupa
led to must colleu la nny ijuaiitity on
Monnblo tonus, nSodlw. j
f AN i' i;i A position hi bookkeeper or
f Miieiiiitn by it iiiiin ol expel lenee. Can-
Bive KniMi luicreiitiu' Apply
X UiH Nt.lL 7j,0.ii hand Spluir A
JL 1 o'.liilek; "M biiiinres lootlnu tin nearly
iiewiii.'i 11 fee, of nearly new lumber of
ei.t kinds. Apply lo
, uiilMJewtJ O. M. WILLIAMS.
j abaiKaln.a llylil rniiiiliii;
JJ sewin 111. lenliie Itifiood older. Apidvlo
I iniiiw 1 His OKI U.K.
IMHi 11 baiKaln.adoublo barrel
sliotcmi. l'lleess. Apply lit
my Miw 1 HIS OFFICE.
"10K l.i A alr of yoiun; siiulriels
1 w ill iMw. l'llee;!. Appiyul
ai7dlw THIS OKU CIS.
i'ti: choice lot ol Murbauk's
j'' Nev Yor.; K.uly Hose potatoes at
i.'J7,(U WAl'isON MltO'SAl O.
iiHl V I A splendid lill 111 ol 17ft ae i's.
s unled i-1 t bilk's Sia inn on the M.a d
1.. I(. It., live uiils li'un Maysvillo. (tooiI
duellii' Mill out bull'iliiws, two tenant
lion two 'nie tnbueo bmiis, nveuty live
01 new iai d. pieiil of vvtilvr, and on
des lill a mil l lie. Sold etude, or as two
I'n'liit. Apply lo Cieo. It. IIuuiDlireys on
piunilsesoi In uAUlUCTl . WALL, j
if.'KIAw.in Mnjsville, ivy.
1lt KKXT A eomi'ii tublo dwellli with
1 water it. 11I eas, stable ntlaclieil aisd uooj
oicbaid. Coilierol Fotirili mid Siillou slit ets.
ii'J7d:w. Apply to llFUIl
ton UKS'V Three or tlve rooms tfi small
lamll.v. Anplyat aV.'xitt THIS OFFICE.
f M4rvM HV.VLMJlUTk JMMTM
r os'i' n old tnsliloneil Snilili A Wesson I
Ij revolver between tills j'liv and the race i
ti.tck Thurday morning. Ilewaid paid If
returned to ulTTIw THIS OFFICE.
I this city and Washington, '
I 1 011 Tbiii'sdav evenln . a ifolil liiacolct. In- '
scilbi'd Inside Willi tho iianie of Hie owner.
Leavoat this ollleoaiul bo rewaided. Juut
TKiH IO to 7ic., best Gravely
Bi:sr;Ui:K.V (.liowlna Tobacco SO cents
njiouiul. GEO. 1'. WOOD, .Second stieet.
18:HVttT sewed, S5.V; patent leather,
latest styles. Ladles', and Children's Fanej
Uppers Ciuc. to S2.0U. A. M. HOGEUs.
J It A IN ItAl.s, 7oc, wonioii's
Ctllll.ll'S Slin, iiieu's Cult London Toe
liiittou,$J.'J5. F. H. KANHON, Second t.
lAKIMVI'.S nt ?U,:K, 10,5o,CU.7(),i0,0.)nn(l SI.
j OH Cloths lour quartet-sat 'ii, Si, III ami 50.
J. W.Sl'AKKS.t I1UO. 'Jl, Market St.
Cla.orili.S Ilardwaie at low prices.
OWENS &MJTCHEL, Odd Fellows' Hall
IIIIMkUrK'S WHITKOO'lTOX UHSV.
j Inc., cost Me ; Ladies' hose 2t)e loruiorl
die. Heiuiianls ot half wool diess goods P.'U,
to i!0c. HUNT DOYLE, second stuet
CIIAMIti:iC Siyrs320and upward. Chairs
J s;1koI and unwind. Kalian Koclclnu Chairs
fD.iJO and upward. Larnesl stock of Pallor
Hults In state to 8200. WH ITE A OUT.
IKOUlll' sotn tl.uo. Framed Cluonios
Sl.Vo Unedo.eii lead nenclls 10c. rolllnc
uoops, Kites, iiaiunioeKs, onus ana diiih hi
alU PHlSTEH'ri bookstoio.
CIANXKU toinatoes 10c, corn ID and lftc.
j peaches, three pound, It) and 2(lo. Jellies,
tyo pounds, 20o. JOHN WHEELEU,
iiJD Market street.
A.VI TIM SIITN SH to S75
Chamber Sets Si7ft to m, 0 Plates .'Kc, 0
Cups and .Saucois 35e., 0 Tumblers 20c, I set ol
Knives and Forks (iuc. O. A. MCCAUTHEY.
,iIi,fTIO UOOF I'AENT. St.W) 11 huuaro
E for tin. Iron clad paint, blown or black,
S2.OU11 t()tiaro lor bhlucles. Emmlro ut
LKTIN OlUCO L. 11. AltMSTHONG.
Para Itubber hoso2.')toS0ceiits
a foot and warramed. Mttlni; up bath
rooms a specialty. T. J. CCULEV,
aanltnry EiiKlneor, Second streot.
CLOTH, the now dross Roods,
all new shades, warinntcd not to fane.
l'ilce!23 cents. NESHITT t McKHFLL.
GOI.l) WATCHKS lor Wi und upwaid;
Sllvor Watches $$ und upwaixlp Silver
Plated Spoons por set 81 and upward, at
HEltM AN N LANOE'a Jewelry atoro.
1 i:t.s' Sowed CoiiKross nnd EnRlisli HaliT,
vT Loudon toe, S1.0U; Opera Hllppers 51,00
blisses and Women's grain and button kid
81.2 j and 81. 10. Cheap tables.
HAUM:sm 8, Saddles t), Whips 15o. and
up, llrldles Sl.M), Curry Combs, Hoiso
llrushes, etc. It. A.TOUP,.Secoiulstreet.
ANTING Il&l,, Hdo I.ace and iiuttoti
I j Hboeslilc, Kid and IVhlilcHIdu Lnr, 7So.
Cloth Top Button, Si 50. MlsWUriiin Mutton
81.00. F. H. KANHON.Hecoml Street.
HfyleN ot Ladles' Mill's und
dren's ureal hamulus.
A. IIONAN, ilurket streett.
TaTTF:V I.ASTI.VU HltOVS eleven to
j tlnees.JjIic riilidicu'rt hide Lace Mxes to
elevens 7"e. Women's (Jrnlii Hals 'i'-is lo .'i's
Jl. Ladles' Kl I Muitou j'J I', H.t'MFT.
KiMTN Stand upwTiiil. Moys'SulliJ
JL' and upward, Lniije slock ol Oents'
I'uinlsbluu ukIn TICUOY&LEK.
ri'OWIU.N Be, to l.l'5j IlHiidkeirlilers"6o7 to
I 75c, La(lp.' liosi) vc, to ?l '4"i. Cheapest
Tublo l.luen Hi 'bo ely.
HU1WKSS A NOLlN.
Tt'Al.T VaimTks, and Picture
VV Fiaiins iirmu aetureis'jirlces. Pic-tines
Be. Two ntee H'lelums lor 2n cents, 111
MOKItlhON A K M'KLKY'.S Ixiokslore.
THF SUM isalwayT
HfilC (in INTERESTING.
Fmm infirttlnLr io tiint'D'uc and fiom week
to Week TIIK fst pi bits a continued htory
of thu lives of leal men nnd Women, and of
thelrdeecK plntm, loves, bates, and tioubles.
'I hi atory is more tntefMirtffthnil d U romance
(hat wcii ever devised. Suucilptioii ! Daily
(I paaes), by ninll,aV.ninontli,or$0 50iiyear;
Su.viiAV (8 pilous) SI.'.'O per year; Wkeki.y
(8 pages), Sl.lw per year.
I. W. KMJLAM), FubllKlier, N. Y. City.
City Property For Sale.
bilelt on corner of Third and
JL Limestone, frame on Third .St.,
small brick house on Cathollo alley.
"I'd 1 111 H.J. PUNY ELL.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
fjHIKHK uju heiimeetl'K of tho niKldlnt;
JL Coiiiuiltteo at 011 .Saturday,
May Hid JLlb, IS-s:;, lor the puipose of
bids fort lie bulldliiKol Stone Llek Ciiureh
M.iMin comity. Ky. SpceMlciitloiiH inado
known 011 day above meiilioned..
u .Old COMMITTEE.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
'PUB Itslrjililf Kpspionce On Second Srreet
I known as Hie Piesbyierlan inrsongo Is
ottered for vile on leasonable tenns. The lot
W M) teel fioni and extends back 113) fret to an
alley. The bouse contains 7 rooms, kitchen,
pant iv nnd tlieioiue iwoelsterl.s on Hie lot.
Applv to J. JAMES WOOD,
iil'JtidAwliii A. T. COX.
PINE APPLE HAHS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
my'Jdly OKOKGE HEIHEU.
J. 0. Kackley & Co.
Dealers 111 "
Ory Goods, Grocerios, Boots, Shoes
Mats Caps and Clothing.
Goods alw'iys what they ate receoiuuiended
to be Main Sheet, Geini.iniowii, Ky.
A Speciilc for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
HAS been used with most umtlfyhiR
in ninny obstinate cases. Prof. F,
W. Clark, professor at tho University
ol Cincinnati sn..s this water ''belongs
to the same elass with that of the Alleghany
Sprints, ot Virlnia," the inedlelnnl vlitues
ol which 111 o too well kiiown lobe staled here.
Those who del eto try this famous water
are retried to Captain C. W. Doyd. Levanna
Ohio; Captain C. M. Holloway. Cinelnnatl,
Ohio; .1. J. Italpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salo
In half bnrielsnndji.us by
OV-i. &IMMONH, Proprietor,
mtSldiVwtf Abeideeu, Ohk).
HJjUiili 1 lilliyi
For power.pui lty of tone.bi llllancy of touch
beauty of ilnMi and dmnblllty It has no
equal1 ho most emliiont pianists pronounce it
WE BEST IN THE WORLD.
L. F. METZGER.
MANAOEU, Uraucli ofllce, Maysvillo, Ky
:Also, Tho Matchless:
A full supply of pianos and
on hand. Coriuspondeuts promptly
Payments easy. hep20ditwly.
J. C. Pecor & Co.
1A1NT.N,01I.N. VAUXISir. uiitl UKAItY