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WEDXESDW FVF..MAY 10.1883. "l'KltMrt I'VMM1 U1.I.KTI.V Is Published iinll. mill sci od tieooi postngent "'outs por Week; Scents pel innith;7o cents perthreo month : II. "0 pur six mouths, und ?.i per ,enr. pn able In advance. OUR following poisons nre tiieaurhni ant' t torthe Daily Hui. Lktjn at the place nnin"il, Contracts tor subscript Inn oi uilveillslug may be mndo with them: W suit. Shannon Wm 1'Inrv. .!. M HI Kill. Lkwinhuhq W. T. Herry. AltNMiVA W. H. I In We-.. Mt. Oi.tvhT Peter 'yers. Hri.kna.K. M. HarrNon. Mayhi.iok J. A .rilClSH.in. P. Tolle. L. HollOll. Slack's I. O M. V. Mfimn. Ki.ikavm.lr W. H. Siewnrt. T. Fairnw. Mt. CAUMHL T. A. Henderson. I'Kiw Lkaf Hnrrv Huruovnp MUHPHY8VII.I.R. W. T. Tomlin. J. Kuckley & Co. Washington Miss Annn Tlmmns. J iinhon Junction. Scruggs Hro. W. H. linrksdtile. 5,497 The above number represents the circulation, eacb week of the Daily and Wkkkly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call nud assure themselves oi the truth of ttie Rtatemeut, and they are requested to bear lu mind that our ra e.s for advertising are tht lOWOHt. The Need for n National IJnnkrupt Law. TlioSoutlierii Trade Gazette, published at Louisville, bays: The technicalities of modern business have become so numerous, and the opportunities for successful financiering of the rascally sort so nbundant, that "there is nn urgent demand for a law of bankruptcy which shall protect the creditor who has, by bis extension of credit, kept afloat for many days beyond the normal strength Ills delinquent debtor, and at the same time allow an honest debtor, who has become insolvent beyond his depth, to make a fair and equitable distribution of 1 1 ieassct8in band between his creditors niiuif possible, himself. If all business men viewed the'relatinn between debtor and creditor in the same light, the question would be one of easy solution, but unfortunately very few agree on all the points or oven upon many of them. Some creditor are so "hard" as to want "nil or none," and do not know orc.ire to know anything about compromises, which they consider but another name for thievimi. It is a mistake, however, to class all compiomisi's alike. An honest compromise, founded upon the actual value of the a-.sets. and the proportion they boar to the liabilities, if there is any reason for belivvini: it will be honestly carticd out, if in most cases not only equit.ible and fair, but by all odds tl e best policy for all parties concerned. Just here is whore a well-framed law of bankruptcy would step in as the media tor between the ditlerent sntercsts and guarantee an equitable division at the least possible expense for good work. It BtandH to reason that a well equipped office, which makes a specialty of dealing with only one class of cases, is prepared t; expedite such cases and economically administer them ; at least much more so than nn occtiMonally assignee selected by the creditor himself, it may be with the best intentions, but who is unfamiliar or, at best, rustv in the duties of such a position, and whose qualifications, in the eyes of the court and the present laws, are w hilly of a pecuniary nature. "What is wanted is a .".imple, law. which any businessman of ordinary scum. can understand, with but one nflicur, with the necessary clerks in each distiict, whose business it shall be to take charge of the assets of an insolvent concern, either upon application of creditois oi the debtor himself ; carefully and promptly assess the value of the property, and, as rapidly as possible in the nature of the c.ise,convert into money and prorate it among the creditors. For this simple service the fee should not exceed n few dollars (no percentages should bo tolerated) and the discharge promptly issued. Where there is a taint or fraud, or nn ovidence of an intent to deceive, the officer should be empowered to receive testimony, and, if proven, the punishment lies in the courts; but the distribution of the assets need not be retarded a day on account of tho investigations, but be made subject to or conditional upon n final closing of the estate. And tho man who has been convicted of fraud, or an attempt to doceivo should be debarred from again entering business. This brings to us a Government llcoi)80 for nil kinds of business ; but that wo are now discussing. Tho last bankruptcy law was in tho main, a good one, or rather its intention was good, but Us workings wero frequently very bad tho principal objection to it being tho oboxious system of fees nnd tho many unnecessary delays. In many instances Inmost all email cases, in fact tho fees and delays worked to tho utter destruction of oyorytbing like assets, and while tho unfortunate creditors woro left with tho bag to hold, tho poor unlucky bankrupt was left wjth even less and a Gtain on his business name which years of toil and effort cannot cllaee. To avoid this, we want no cumbuisome bureau, with its per diems and percentages, but a law fixing some nimplu method of conducting the business and placing it in tho hands of a business man in each locality, who shall be selected for his impartiality, f.iirness and competence; and whose fees shall be so reasonable that no house of any standing need four to bring a delinquent into his presence on account of the expense. A clear-beaded Congressman who will frame u bill and prccnt it in the next Congress will deserve well of tho Thk granger ate organizing in Mississippi nnd threaten to make trouble for any party that opposes their interests. Mit. T.u.nor, ex-Governor of Massachusetts, is said to be nursing his wrath against Governor Ihttlcrtokcep it warm. Recently Mr. Talbot met Mr. Uutlcr nt'n school gathering whoie dancing ruled the hour, nnd, desiring to keep up the conversation, remarked: "You don't dance, General?" " No," was the quick reply, " I make other people dance." A HILL now being perfected by the Massachusetts Legislature provides that inspectors of factories and buildings shall placard upon tho entrance to or door of the cab or car of any elevator which they find to be unsafe a notice of its dangerous condition and prohibiting its use until mado safe. Tho bill provides nlso that any person removing such notice or operating such elevator without permission from tho inspector shall be punished by a fine not less than $10 nor more than $5 for each offence. THE LIME-KILN CLUIi. Detroit Free Press. Judge Cadaver has lately fallen into the habit of showing up at Paradise Hall an hour before tho meetings open and studying art with no one to bother or make him afraid. By a careful inspection of tho busts of Cresar, Jackson, Clay, nnd Sumner nnd by a close inspection of three or four sacred horse pistols, the four renowned BWords and the half-dozen chiomos, ho has become and almost a connisseur, and can almost tell the difference between a genuine Reubens and a tea-store plague. He was on hnnd as usual Saturday evening. Samuel Shin left him standing before the bust of Cresar nnd went down stairs after an onion. Upon his return the Judirc lay senseless on the floor, and around him were the fragments of the busted bust. The Judge bad scarcely revived when tho meeting opened, but there was no shade of pity in Brother Gardner's voice ns he nrose nnd said : "Judge Cadaver will be given two weeks to replace de bust w id n new ore bavin' de same squint to de left eye. In case he fafls to do so will be fined about 'leveu hundred dollais Gem'len dar am a few things I would like to call your 'tenshun to. De feczun has now arrove for pullin' olo hats and pillcrs outer do broken winders, an' 1 seize de occashun to ax you to remember: " Oat a front irate off its hinges meant, a slipshod man in de house. " Dat a red nose means a hungry flour barrel. " Dat no man eher pot work sittin' on de fence an' de needs of de kentry. " Dat de less pollyticks a man has de mo' cash hff kin pay his grocer. " Dat arguments on religion won't build de churches nor pay de preachers " Dat a fam'lv which nebber borrows nor lends kee s n ivburs de longest. "Dat beauty will starve in the parlor wbar'coinmon sense will grow fat in de kitchen. " Dat do world nm full o' mice holes an' all de cats need do am to watch an' wait. " Dat economy doan' mean buyin' fur ver wife nn' broad clothfur " Dat progress doan ,mean fittin' ole doahs to new buildin's. " Dat liberty doan' gin you de right to eat anoder man's chicken's. " Dat success achieved by a 'fish net made o' yarn, ' Let us now purceed toattnek the proirramme ' bizness; an' if dar am any mo couuhiu' and spittinober in de fur co'nor sartin pussons will witnes" pmceedin'sdat will casta gloom ober de nex' fifty y'ars." Kl.KOTJO.V. . r r t. I I ..II IM. j Mr issac nipoie, sa:i ne wotitu iikc to atnlit tli nt Inu mnltn liml nlu'iivs linon "Good luck nebbor stops to wake n mnn up," l.o then took up the bean-box and mtdo a tour of the hall which resulted in the election of the following candidates : Presumption Jones, Elder Root, phosphate Jackson, Prof. Uuggles,Come Down Taylor, Duplex Mason, General Harrison, Judge Biloxi and Gopher White. A LKQAl. POINT. An official communication from the branch lodge at Greenville, S. C, contained the following inquiry. " In caBe a colored mnn sits on n jury where unother colored man is accused of stealing a hog, and all the proof offered is that tho officer found fresh pork on tho prisoner's premises, is it the duty of tho fury to ocquit one or convict ?" " Dat am a worry simple case," said the President, as he laid down the letter. " Do jury must tnko do groun' dat do missin' hog got drowned by de oborflow of do Mississippi River, an' dat de fresh pork found in do cabin of do prisoner was somo dnt ho traded moonshine whisky fur ober nt Spnrtnnsburg. De verdict am not guilty, nn' do prisoner am discharged." WAYD0WN hKhEE'b DI6COVEKY. Somo weeks sinco Waydown Bobeo announced in open meeting that ho had discovered a direct motion of tho earth from norfh to south, and ho predicted a very poor cabbage crop in consequence. Tho subject was given to tho Committeo on Astronomy Jo investigato and report, with powor to expend cents in experiments, and at this meeting the said committeo announced tho completion of its labors. It appeared that Brother Bobeo had discovered tho now motion in his own house. All tho furniture loanod to tho south, and tho baby was constantly fulling down in that direction. A jar of soft soap had worked clear across the kitchen in one night, and ttie family dog had to lie with his bead to the east or west. The committee had visited the house and made a careful suivey, and the result was tho discovery of the fact that the south sido of Brother Behee's cabin had sunk down eleven inches and was still going. Ttie theory of a new motion was therefi r j diprivo', and the cabbage crop was safe. TUB ItOAl). The Secretnry then annoutu ed a letter from the olliee of tho State Board of Health of Ohio, asking: "Will Brother Gaiduer please point out the road to greatness?" "Dai's 'cordin' to de kind of greatness he menus," said the President. "Uieat generals am made by bloody butcheries; great oralors am mado by takin' lessons in I'locnshun; great financiers am made by legally robbln' de public ; great statesmen nut made by stuyin' in Congress fo' y'ars on a salary of" 55,000 pery'nran' bringin' home $200,000. Presidents am sometimes voted into office, an' itines doy steal tn. If dis pusson will significnte de kind o' greatness he desires to obercome his nchin' brows, I reckon I kin put him on de right road an' tell him whar' all do forks am." nr. itosi: he ra.t.. Giveadam Jones then secured the floor to nnuouncethat Frank Brutus Anthony, a colored lawyer of Memphis, nnd an honorary member of the Lime-Kiln Club,' had neglected stove blacking and white washing for the past year in order to study law, and bad taken bis first case into court and nindo the following peroration to the jury : Your Honors and gentlemens of de jury, wo propose to argue to you de facts datdis am a case of A man has got n right to deletul his life, I thinks, gentlemens ob de jury I demands of you, pentlemens of de jury, that you bring in your reason nnd dnt the prosecutor proaches this man fur to 'have a fuss with him. Gentlemens of the jury, the prosecutor struck de fust lick, and he told you here that th moon wus shining behind de cloud. Yes, gentlemens ob de jury, de moon wus shining behind de cloud, and a mighty black cloud at dat. Gentlemens ob de jury, reason dis matter in your minds. I did not intend, gentlemens of the jury, to read you any law, but I will now proceed to read you somo to set aside the Turney-General's talk. I could read you, gentlemens ob de jury, books ufter books, but I don't see no use, as I am satisfied you am bound fdr to say my client am not guilty. Now, gentlemens obde jury, if you don't think I have read you the law you tire mistaken, fur enny reasonable mind is bound fur to think' this is the law, fur human nature is dat water will seek its level. I now, gentlemens ob de jury, leave the case with you. The jury were only three minutes deciding that the prisoner thus defended was guiltv, and Biother Jones moved that Frank Brutus be expelled from the club. After a hot dicussion it was decided to warn him that he must pause in his mad career or go overcoard, and the meeting adjourned. Addltionnl Condensed Tclcgrninq. J. II. HoFrnn, a postal clerk, wna nrreatcd nl Pittsburg yesterday for embezzling Government money. At Montgomery, N. Y., there was a heavy frost Sunday night. In tho lowlands somo ice formed. FttEt) Waoneii, who was shot nt Osgood, Ind Saturday evening last by Ed Short, died at (5 o'clock Sunday evening. A. S. Hatcu, independent, was chosen President of tho New York Slock Exchange, receiving 621 of tho 8413 votes cast. Fnvs'K IUkfr, an aged farmer and stock dealer living near Moultnn, 0 was thrown from his horoo and almost instantly killed yesterday morning. The chairman of the committee of Mexican bondholders writes tho Sunday Times that the committee has signed terms which it will bo advisable for tho bondholders to accopt. The condition of tho coal-miners' strike at Pittsburg has uudetgone no change sinco lust week, and it is probable nothing will be dono until after the inter-state convention, whioh meets thero to-day. At St. Louis Charles F. Kring, the phenomenal murderer who was released from jail a few days ago, after being there over oven years whilo waiting trial, is reported to bo dying ntSt. John's Hospital, where ho was driven after he loft jail on being bailed out. Jkhsey cattle have advanced to Btich an extent in tho publio favor that a meeting waB called Monday at Lexington Ky., oi tho principal breeders to form an association called tho Kentucky J orsey Breeders' Association. A chairman was appointed and tho secretary, John McClintock, ordorcd to eend out notices of a general meeting of all Jersey broedors in tuo btato, June 11. The wifo of Rev. K. I.. Stoddard, roctor of St. John's Episcopal Church, Jersey City, was shot and killed yesterday in her home, Sho was (lusting ono of the shelves of a closet on which lay a pistol. Sho brushed tho weapon off, the triggor struck the shelf below, tho weapon was exploded and the ball striking hor in the side of tho hoad, crashed through tho skull and lodged in tho brain. Tho sharp crack of the pistol summoned her husband and the servants, 'out she died & fow minutes later. BUSINESS NO HUES. THEREV.UEO. H.THAYER.of Boutbon IndNny8: Both mysell nnd wife owo our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." For mile by Ohknowktii & Co. ARE YOU MADEmlHurubloby Indigestion ConBtlpntlon,Dlzlno.s,Loss or Appetite, bellow skin? Shlloh'ti VitallzerlsupoHliivecure. For sale by Chenowetii Jfc Co. WHY WILL you cough when Shlloh'sCuro will give immediate rellof. Prlcn lOcents.nnd $1. For Sale by Ohknowktii & Co. SIIILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a euro for Cutarrh, Diphtheria and Cauker Mouth lor suto uy uuknoweth at uo. " HACKMETAOK." a lasting and fragrant perfume. Pilco25und50ceittB, 1 or bale by Ciiknoweth & Co. SHILOH'S OURE WILL Immediately re-Hove UroupAVhnoping Cough and Bronchitis, For salo by Guenowkth & Co, FOR DYSPEPSIA nnd liver complaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottlo of Slillolt's Vltnllzor. It never fulls to cure. For sale by Cuemowetii & Co. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottlo of Bhlloh's Cnturrh Remedy- Ptlco 60 cents. For sala by Oiienowbtii -1 & Co. - publicity: residents of any Stnte. Desertion, Non-Support. Advico and applications for stamp, w. H. LEE, Att'y, aiio B'way, N. Y, CRAWFORD HOUSE. Cor. Sixth and "Walnut Sts. OIWOI3NTNA.TI, O. I.kwih Vandkn, 1'ioprietor. TUB If.AO:TKT CIIKAV BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE Olt'lfJr.'s, mcbaidly SUTTON HTRfcET. GROCERIES PINE APPLE HAMS, Home-made Yeast Cakes, myOdly OKOItOE HEISlilt. A Spoon.- or all Dlaoasos of Uio c KIDNEYS. g LIVER. CRAVELJSUA. BLADDER. V gS? A Pill, 30 Dosos, 31.00 J. T. LEE, Lebanon Tike. Cincinnati, O. Bent by mntl postpaid on receipt of prlro. FRANK R. PHISTER Has lust received 500 copies of A Treatise on the Horse And HIS DISEASES, By Dr. B. J. KENDALL. PRICE 25c. The best work for tho money published. Aildtess mull oidersto FRANK R. PHISTER, myOdifcwtf Mnysvllle, Ky. Cincinnati, 1'ortnni' nth, HlR Niwuly A Potuoroy Packet Contpnuy. JOHN KYLE. Presidont. Lewis Olenn, Secretary nnd Tieasurer. C. nnd O. K. R. PACKKTS For HniiUiiKlon.I'omeroy.iiutlnll way LuiiUluK. TELEGRAPH, Mond's nnd Thursdays.1) p. m. FLEETWOOD. Tuctditys and FrldayH, 6 p. in. BUSTONA, Wednesdays nnd Saturdays 6 p.m. Portsmouth. nil Mull and Wny Landings. BONANZA, TueKdiiys,Tliursdny Sat'yH, Win. MnyHVllle.All Mull and Way LnnUlnus. MORNING MAIL, dally (BundnyHexcepted) Leave t'lnclunntl ItTOu. in. Mnysvllle. I p. m. Ficlstlit received on U. M. HOLI.OWAY. Hupcrintenuoni. BUSINESS HOUSES. &ar Ttio following are anions tho lending Business Establishment of Maysvllle. Cos-miners will tlud these houses leliableand oc tiupylngiicouiutuudlnti position lu their inspect ivo lines. S01tKli: AM.V, A, Locksmiths and Aiepiepaied to put up Electric Hnuo Bells which me uotexposfd in the loom like the .ldtle. Pi ices low. Call nnd see SecondStieet, niyll MAYSVILLE, K . U. ItKOWMXG, M. !., PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. Olllce and residence south-east corner ol Tlilul and Sutton xtieets, . ..t.,r upllldly MAYSVILLE. A M. KOJKKS, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. II E. Sec. St, mchaoiy it A YSV1LLE, KY, 1 FINCH a.-CO., ' DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mchMly MAYSVILLE, KY. A IIONAN'H BOOT km SHOE STORE. Custom work n specialty. Large stock. All kinds nt lowest prices. No. Market stree ,two doors below D. A. Rlchardsou & Co.'s grocery. MAYSVILLE, KY. T)UUESSA NoI.I.V, Dealers in Staple and Fancy TDttlT No. 3. Enterprise Block. Second Street, nplJdiy MAYSVILLE, KY. it A.MUOX, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's uplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. S.MINKK A ItKO, a Dealers in- Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Suttou streets, mohSldly MAYSVILLE, KY. rR. T. If. &. SMITH , DENTIST, Will dovoto ills wholo time to tho of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. w. Wardlo will tuko chargo ot all the mechanical work, such as gold, silver,contluuousgum, celluloid nnd rubber plates. mchSldly CTGXEW A ALLEN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo ngonts for tho colobrnted Omaha and Leader stoves. Roofing and guttering promptly nnd satisfactorily done. Cor-nor of Market and Third streets, A. R. Glascock's old stund, npllOdlw TO II. TItAXKL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely puro candles.. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddings nud parties a specialty. Prices low. may4dly , , , , I TLUtANU K- l'lIIHTEU, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manufacturer of Plotura Frames and dealor In Miscellaneous Uoods. moh301y MAYSVILLE, KY. .y.i,sn jib vim:, Miinufucluiet of CIGARS, Proprietor of tln celfbinled bmwN: Hold the Fort, I'ttrlw Queen and .Mother Iltihb.ud. lest plKiir In tiiu nuuKut. Full variety of HIllolCL'lh' ItltU'ltH, Second st i eel. ally MA YSV1LLE, KY. p S. .IUII. ATI'OKMIV AT LAW. Itvitl r.stii! niiil ('itllooiliwv Aicouey. Court St., (upl'.'dly) KY. "I M. WiM.IA.1IM. Contractor and Builder Plans nnd Sec!ua,tlonn furnished ntul till worlt pininpth mid dntlMuftoilly done. Simp on second itiuvt, opposite Hltth chool. nplUdly UAYHVILLE, KY. I BO. COX A. Mt.V. It . Dealers lu Htnple nnd Fancy IDIRy GOODS, SECOND STREET. mcli3lly MAYrtVII.LE, KY. M Ol.T KK'HBSO.V, Dealer In Staple and Fiiney GROCERIES, ban RKMOVED from bis nld stand to Ibe building on Second slieet lately occupied by Clmi le.iH Frank. apl&lly TJILN'T A UOV1.K, Every new sbndo in DRESS GOODS, Ciuslied Strawberry. Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., and new to mntcli. Uicoud St., mciiSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. J C. OWENS A CO Tills space lias been teserved for their advertisement. LOOK OUT FOR IT. OIIN VtllKKl.KK. J Daily FISH Market. River, Lake nnd salt water fish. Prices reduced thlHday to 8 and lu cents a pound. Market Htreet, al8 MAYSVILLE, KY. T M.SOUSI.BV, is Architect and Builder. Plans nnd Specifications furnished promptly nnd on lensonuble terms. Ofllce on Fouith street between Market and L" 'est on p. np!9dly A1A' v'ILLE, KY. JOHN II. POYXTZ.JK., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and bet Companies. Intuit es for full value. Low rates. promptly paid. No discounts Nodelayn. Ofllco corner Third nud Mnrket streets. aplGdly I AH. U.HALI.RE, I.. SALI.KK. Nil I lee A NlUI.'C, ATTOKNKYN AC LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Mrtet, (seplUdly) MAYSVILLE, KY T IlI.AICIHtOItOVtill, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Heiidnuarteis for Clocks, Silver Goods, etc. All wnik piompili and dotie. Second i i.nst ol Mm ket. apl" T W. SPA It If S A- IUtO., i0. 'Jl, MA KKETSTliEET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shinies Good Carpets at fill. fi. W, 15, oi). iw, 03, 70, 7pj and 0J cts., 31. on nn ' SI 1H pei ynid. inchrildly A .11 IN AOAKH, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street rinMc ordeiu piomptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest Mylo Turnouts. Iloises bought and sold on Commission. Mar ket St., four doois below Central Hotel. al2t TOIIN T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the London and Liverpool nnd Globe, German American, of New York, nnd Pheulx, nt Uionklyu. Also ngent for Blue l.lck Wntor. Olllce corner of Front nnd SuU ton streets. npUTdly T P. RYAN. Manufacturer and dealer in hnnd, pocket and pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS Dates &c. Guns. Pistols, Trunks, Valises and Sewing Machines retiiied. Tiunipetsput up bolls hung, nnd keys made to order. Stencil cutting a specialty. Second St., upl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. TACOII LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and soda water. Fresh hiead and cakes. Pintles and weddings tarnished on shoit notice. 3.- Second St., mnyfkUy MAYSVILLE, KY. I W. UAI.UKA1TII, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ileal EtntonnI Collecting: Ajjency. Third street, near Court house, mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY. r ANE A WOKHICU, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and piomptlv done. Olllco on Third street, between Wutl and Suttou. apllldly A UACKLEY, Wholesale nud Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. SecondStreet, (mh28lyj MAYSVILLE, KY. AM INN LOlTpOWLlNa, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Latostsprlng styles of Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Emtio satisfaction guamuieed In all curos. Second, opposite Opora House. tuujMly -Vf-RS. F, U. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Huts, Bonnets, Lncos and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs. Georgo Burrows' old stand, apllCUly AToDOCGLE A IIOLTON, 5,000 STANDABD PRINTS at 6 cents Lnwns from 5 cents to 15 cents. Parasols and woolou goods lu proportion, lust rooolvod. nplSdly VriM.S MA ITIB OAK It, Second street, Januury's Jllock, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Fenthera. Tiiniinlnys etc., ol tho latest stvleH. Pi Ices Low. incbSidly jyr ayin, rUHMKm.Vfl WOODS mid OLOTHIITQ, Huts, Caps, Trunks and Tlio latest spilius Nlyleslust received. MutketHt., nplOdly MAVSVILLE, KY. M r, HA UK II. ATTOJtJiKY AT I. VW, Jnsl ! of tlio l'cncc, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will udvt'itlsuand sell real estate. No chnrfios whatever unless a alo is conmimmnted. Deeds, mm tomes Ac written nl rates ns low ns any one's. Olllco Llbiury Building, Sutton stieet. AT KS. A. J. WII.I.IA.US. CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will he sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call and ee tlioin. mch3(Jly .iVo. 29, Fast Second Street. AT US. M. A Kt'H li:.VON, (Formerly Miss Mngglo Rasp.) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of all of tho latest styles In Millinery Goods. lints. Bonnets. Laces. Ttlininlngs nnd nil seasonnblo novelties. Tho laules are Invited to call. Mnrket street, ai23ly MAYSVILLE. TITUS. MAKY E. THOMAS, Dealer in Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received her spring stock, which will be found very and thnt sho has nlso secured the services of mi accomplished trimmer from Clu eiuuntl. One prlco only. 13 E. Second St., aOJIy MAYSVILLE, KY. "VrOSE AELTONATlTnO GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full lino of all kinds of vohlcles on hand for sale, lilro or exchunge. Horses kepi by day, week or mouth. Lnrgest and best appointed Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as ownsany, Best attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd i'i west Second St., uplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY. " " BISSET, McCLmNAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & Blsset, DciilcrH lu Stoves, RnnRCH, MnrbleizcU Jlitntcl .mill uinntiftictitrerN orTiii, Copper nm! Mieot Iron Wnro. Special attention paid to tin roofllng. gutter and spoutlmr. Practical plumbers, gas nnd steum jitters. Wiought Iron ni.d lend pipes, Ac All work uttonded to promptly and warranted. 'J3 E. Second St., n9dly MAYSVILLE, KY. Q WENS A UAKKLEY, Nos. 57 and 6!) Second nnd 10 Sutton ctreets, have Just lecolved u lare stockof improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho urentest labor-saving implement over to Junneis. 'J be best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn haulwaioof all kinds. nplIO OAUL I. ANOEKSON, m Xa.'ZX Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Olflce Open at all our. MA VS VILLE, KY in iyl3ly.d. Q A, MEANS, FURNISHING UN0ERTAKER. Full Unn of Iluilnl Robes and nil nt tides requited by the undei taking trude. Oiders piomptly intended lo day or night. mluly Xo. 01, East Second Street, oTTlMON, Dealer lu QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutloiy. Notions, etc No.45Markot Street. East side, botwoen Second and Third, uaiilUm MAYSVILLE, KY. Q J.1AI7UIIERTY, No. 6, West Second Stteet. MARBLE YARD. Monumonts, Tablets nnd Headstones always on hand. Oiders by mall will receive the Hitmo prompt attention iw If dollvored lu person. npl3dly V 11. OLDHAM, ""plumber, Snnltnry Engineer. Gas nnd Steam-fitter. Uoaler In plumber's goods, Pumps, Homj, hewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Pining, Steum nud Water Gauges. Nn. 8 west Second street, opposite Oelsel's giocery, l17dly MAYSVILLE, KY. T. f. Kirr, BATH ROOftlS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly nnd satisfactorily dono. loims reasonable. Front street, between Mai ket and Suttou. npllOdly WU.MAJI HUNT. Mnuutncturer nud otlglnntor of tho celebrated brands of CIGARS, Sliver Dollar, Wm. limit's Dark Horse, iy Smoke, Tbiee Ueautles, Cordwood nud Jold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvlllo, Ky. VlIIITEA OUT. FUHXTITTJHE. Wo will not bo undersold by nny house in Kentucky oral Cluchiuutl, if wo have halt a chance. mchSldly MA YSVILLE, KY. Xy U. MATHEWS A Co7 ' Manufacturers and Dealers in Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, do. mcn30ly MA YS VILLK, KT. Vy W, LYNCH, Manufacturer of and De.nlor lu BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flno shoos n specialty Custom work mado to order, Repairing neatly and promptly dono nt moderate ohargos. No. 41 Market stoett, East side. ally MAYSVILLE, KY. yANCEY ALEXANDER, OLD ItELIAULE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles ol all kinds, good stock; and careful drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or wook on reasonable terms. Soooudst.,.betvroou Market and Limestone.