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SATURDAY EV1, MAY 10, 1883. Er m TTKM8 : Tilt? KVKNISO UlThliRTIK Is pubilHlied i lull v. mill rved tree ot postage ul fluents per week; 'eeiitf pel nionth;7jcetm per tlireo moiit in ; SI.'O per six months, nnci 83 per your, pmiibleln advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons awtiieHUiRoiUeil iwo l forthe IUilv Hul LKTiN nl the places iuuiuhI. Contrncts lor subscription or ad vet Using may be mnde with ilium: Hiiannon Wm Clary. Mt. HUuliis. T. Berry, Minkkva W. it. Mt. Myers. M. llnrrNon. I A JueUon. P. Tolle. TUCRAHOK. -W. Li. HoltOll. Slack's P. O M. V. Mnmn. Er.tzwtr.r.K W. H Stewart. . T. Fm row. Mt. Caiimei, T A . Henderson. Fkiin Lkak Mnrrv Ihuvovm T. Toinlln. FoKMAK'sfeiMiiNOS. M. Hiiwley. Ueumantow.v T J. Kackley &Co. Washington Mls AnimTlioinns. Johnson .Junction. Serumis a p,io. W. It. Barkdnle. 15.497 The above number represents the each week of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure t! ourselves ot the tiuth ot the statement, mid they are requested to bear In mliiil that our ra es for adveitlslng are tht lowest. Ik France about one-third of the pollution can neither read nor write. Five expert whisky gaugers have been sent to Newport Nev,s to expedite the shipment of bonded whisky from that port to the Bermudas. Tith thiiteen votes of Mason in the Louisville Convention were etist solidly for CoJ. Jones for Governor and Capt. J. E. Hindman for Lieutenant Governor. fc An army of caterpillers took possession of a railroad track near Bird's Point, Ark., and stopped the train. The woods along the road for miles have been stripped clean bv them. I. Y. Hakdin, the present Attorney General; James 11. Tate, Treasurer; Fayette Hewitt, Auditor, and Prof. J. D. Pickett, Superintendent of Public Instruction, have been re-nominated by the Louisville Convention. TiiKtown of Wilmington Del., not lorg ago passed a law leiyim: a tax of $1 on each of the Western Union telegraph poles within the city limits. The company refused to pay the tax and the town council has ditected that they shall down if the tax is not paid within a specified tii)e. There seems to be no good reason why telegraph poles should not be taxed like other property. Tub Washington Post savs that about the firnt of June the great exodus of the usual summer "inspections" will begin Even the Service Reform CointnKsion is about to inaugurate reform bv starting out to appoint "examining boirds" at different places. It is a low order of inventive capacity which any high-priced official poeses, who is unable to devise n plausible pretext fur inspecting something at the public cost during the heated term. TiiKiti: is a decided decre se in r.iilroad track laying for the first four months of this year. The figures are 1 ,4-"0 miles for lc8 and i,300 for 1SS2. The decrease is said to be owing to the backward spring, but there may be other teasons in n more conservative policy. The States and Territories which lead in the construction e.re: California, 170 miles; Utah, 150; New York, 115; Pennsylvania, Oil; Montana, Sli; Idaho, 85; Arizona, 84, and Missoun, 70. The estimated railway building for the year is S,000 miles. It is estimated that the Florida Ship Canal, for the construction of which a eonipain has just been formed, will cost thirty million dollars. Of this sum million is s.iid to have been subscribed, and engineers are to commence the survey at once. The proposed loute will leave the St. John River about twenty milles above Jacksonville, and thence on a direct line as nearly as possible to the Swnnee River, on the Gulf of Mexico, making n tidewater canal of less than 100 miles in length, and deep enough to float the largest ocean steamers from ocean to Gulf. Hon. J. Proctou Knott, the Democratic nomineeo for Governor of Kentucky, was born near Lebanon, Ky., August 29, 1S30. Ho removed to Missouri l'& 7,-..l ...In.,..,,.., . ibou ami was auniitieu to tne oar in tool, lie wa3 electod to the lower House of tho Legislature of Missouri in 1857 and served until 1859 when ho resigned and was ap pointed tho Attorney General of tho ite, an office, to which ho wns ii i i.i T i nnn i. j. i . icnuy eieciuu. 111 ne returned to 10 nwt linnrn.i f t,n ttnsiltix n( il LqIKI'MI'V """ wtB"" v"u t'llV.O Ul UJU lmi Lobanon in 1803. and was later n l"JW .,.,...,. .,', . "7 , wjlgr oi mo ivtii, '"3t, nnu L -B ' - n TT- 1 II 1 ! Kiunaus. xiia puuuu record IS tHsouuu anur consistent; LVHi will An hnnnv tn thn Slntn no aglstrnte. The Sectetaryof the Nav," has lately advertised f r sealed proposal for the construction of three new steel easels, for whicn the monev was appropriated by the last Congress. Am ing the bidders is a firm at St. Louis which proposes to build them at its yards in that city. The firm maintain that in high water tho Mississippi is navigable for vessels of the heaviest drn ugh t and it Is anxious to secure the contract not only for the profits it may produce, but in order to prove that a cruiser of the dimensions required can be built at St. Louis and taken to the Gulf with no difficulty whatever. Not a great while ago, a Government training ship of much less tonnage than the pre cruisers, entered the jetties, at tho mouth of the Mississippi, and attempted to steam up to St. Louis but it never got there. It Intel a long and painful experience with snags, guild bars and low water. For a time it was a serious question as to whether it could ever be got back to the Gulf again. The water at that time was what was called "high " and the impossibility of using naval vessels of any size on the Mississippi was satisfactorily demonstrated. The attempt has newir been made since. It is hardly probable that the Government will cire tu experiment with the St. Louis bidders. The Platform. The platform of the convention at Louisville was reported by Ex-Governor McCreary and was adopted uiunitnoutly. It is as follows: Resolved, That tho Democracy of Kentucky, In Convention assembled, our un alteied confidence In and ufl'ec'lon lor the piinclplesnud policy embodied In tho organic, law ot the Dcinoctnllo party adopted at the National Demociatlc Convention held at Sit. Louis In 1S70, and ratified m Cincinnati lu I8SU. Second Thnt. believing tho highest security ot n popular government depends on the Intelligence of tho people, we declare It to be ihedutyol the LegiHluiuio ot this Common, wealth to fostora wlso and efllclont system of public schools. Third That our lnw.s In relation to the revenue a'.d taxation should be so framed as to secure equality In the rate of assessments, us nearly us possible, and to Insure the collection of revenue In tho most convenient, Inexpensive manner. Fourth That a Lonvent'on to amoiid our present State Constitution should be called, as soon as practicable under the tortus of law, in order to bring our Constitution In a line with tho of the ago. We favor the development of the resources of theStntoby filetid y legislation, inviting capital and lmmlgrntlon from abroad. We send words of cheer and cougialulatlnn to tho Demoi'iacy of the Union, on the magnificent piospects of victory u the next Presidential election, and wh assure tnem that, us heretofoie, the old uuard of the Commonwealth will be at tho front of the battle for the fight lor the good of the wholo people of our Republic. Tin: supply of pig-iron in the country is largely in excess of tho demand and this is conceded to be the reason for the depression in the pig-iron business. Net even the prohibitory protectionists have b en able to devise a plan to keep the furnaces going and prices up in the face of an indreasing surplus and a An English solicitor, well known as a connoisseur in art, recently bought a portrait for $25, which he thought amazingly cheap at the price. The next morning a gentlem.tn in clerical costume waited on him and sn'd he had been couunUsioned to attend the s.tits to buv thit identical portrait for a member of the family, but that he had missed the trdn. If the lawyer would oblige him he was willing to give $50. or even $125 to a chatity. The legal gentleman had his suspicious aroused and ivmnined obdurate, and after a series of fruitless appeals the wh'te t e was cist on one side, and the .stranger confessed that lie was a picture dealer oid willing to give $1,250 for the chef d'ouvre. The lawyer's opinion of the dealer in masquerade was expressed in emphatic language, and thoroughly discomfited, the pseudo clergyman ofi. The picture is said to be worth 3 7,500. IT WAS ASKED FOR. Tho F.xtrnditlou or NhorMnn, Wnlti anil British Minister . Junrdoil. Washington, May 18. The report telegraphed from Now York concerning the oxtrad tion of Sheridan, Tynan and Walsh .ias aornc foundation. Ono of tho nttachos of tho Stato department, famUinr with tho entire business, yesterday stated that bo long i go as two months tho Uritish Government did do narid the o.xtrndition of and on that demand, fol'owing the provisions of tlio treaty of 1842, a warrant was issued by the Stato Department for the an est of Sheridan, Tynnn and Walsh, not for extradition, but for examination, with a viow to ascertain whether or not tlio evidence against thorn justified tltoir delivery to the Uritish authorities. Tho responsibility in damages for tlio arrest is thrown entirely upon tho British authorities. Tho arrest of Sheridan, Walsh and Tynan for examination is probable. Tho Uritish Minister , 1ms instructed all Ihitish Consuls in the United States to arrest Tynan, against whom it is claimed there is overwhelming evidence of complicity in tho Phoenix Park tragedy. There is not so much cortainty about the guilt of Sheridan and Walsh, and they are pornuMod to go freo for tho present. The Uritish Minister having been threatened with personal violence, in consequence of tho loports that warrants for the arrest of Sheridan, Walsh, and Tynan havo boon issued, a guard of twenty mon is held in readiness at tho arsenal to repair at minute's notico to his residence. The guard is in relief, so that it may bo ready day or night. Tho disposition has boon very quietly mado, but will stand until tho question is sottlod. An Iron Strike Imminent. PiTTSDimo, Pa., May 18. Tho iron is unchanged. Interest is increasing, howover, as tho dato approaches for tho presentation of tho icalo to the manufacturers for their signatures. President Jarrott said last night that they would present last year's; Boalo next wook, and if it was not signod by June 1, a gtriko would certainly take place, as tho association would mako no concessions, and tho manufacturers are equally determined and positiToly assort that tho scale will not bo signed, unless the workmen submit to a roduction. COUNTY FUN IS. SIAYSI.1CK. DIk dinners me now lu otdor during the bk meeting. Wolnulsomo frost last Tuesday night. The Daily Bulletin comes: to us this week enlat'uud. it Is becoming a very popular sheet. .Tames Huff, of Carlisle, stooping nt the Stonewall House ug.iln this week. We would state for thu benotltof youi Helena conesnondenl lhat the late emigration has been so huge from this place to the eat.' thai our potato crop is greatly tunceii oi work and wo me oiletlng liberal prices lot-good hands, several havo applied from Helena, but not bi Inglug good recommendations were rejected. Nonobut first class moil need apply. Come over Saucho. Htn yed, n black and whito heifer two years old, one-half Jersey. Any Information will lw thankfully received by J. A. Jackson, Ky. Whllo vt Oil, of Maysvllle, delivered a cir loul ot furniture lo the Claiy homo thN week. Several ot our colored population aie taking the Daily IJulletin. '"lie meeting at the Christian Church Is still going on with some tutoiestnnd ten up to the present wilting. Elder Ollbert loturned homo Thursday eveulng, to attoiid to some of ills Hock and leturncdhere Friday m unlng and will remain over Sunday. Let all come out and hear the gospel. Dr. H. L. Parry's new brick lesldonce Is bo lng pushed forwmd to completion. II. C. Hawkins, of tho ISwIug has been stirring around anioung us lor a lew days past. We nro needing rain badly In mis: section Ju.stnow. Romeo. Ilireil Help. Much has been written and many different plans proposed as to the best ami most o 'rnomiea! plan of ltir'ng necessary help about the farm. The old u you want a job half done, sonil; if well done. ro yourself," is very applicable tit the farm, but., alas for human endurance! there are tim s when on an ordinary farm no one man can begin to keep up with the work to be done, and the farmer is ob'iged to look to somo one elio. On many of the larger farms only two. and many times three or lour, hands arc- ke it busy all the jrutir around, and especially is this tho ease where much btwck is' kept, and whery it is the rule to feed all that is ru'sod on tho farm and sell the products in ootid used tonus. Where tfiis is the cioo hit ing by the year is best, as by that means you arenot expecting a change at the end of every month, our help gets better and bolter posted as to your way of working and manners of feeding anil attending to your stock, while the help, knowing ho U sure of his p'ace, takes more interest in h:s work and is better atisfied and will look more to tho of his omploor thin if he wero onlv working by the month. He soon untleit mi. Is what is required of htm. and is better prepared to per.orni his pari. On large farms where help i required continuously the surest and most rel tine help is obta tied by having men with turmshing them with a snia'l, comfoi table house and a garden patch and paing them by the year. Laborer. of th's class are, as a rule, be lor onlent, less likely to want lo change, and mo'e trustworthy, an 1 thev will look m re to the'r tin, doners' as thev know that their living ami that of their families deperd upon the r laiih ul eerformance o'' their wo k and tititue success oi their omplosers Dav help is gen the deaivit ot all. as the lu'iorer demands hiher wages where he works by the ihu taati i he .s wo'kiuj; by the month or year. Then he has no interest except to put in tin' time as easily as pos hie, as ho has no assurance ot anything lurthor when n'ght comes, hetico ho does not accomplish a- much as if employed permanently. Then, generally speaking, the olas who go around working by thu day are those who havo not been able to secure work by the month or vear generally the poorest of the laboring clases as regards ability and willingness to work. This is not always tho case as circumstances sometimes compel the best of hands to be working by tho day. A good, reliable hand can generally obtain stead' work with very little trouble, and if he has a reputation for doing good, honest work, he will find very little difficulty in securing work by the year or month. Cor. Rural New l'orkcr. Deadly Weapons. A detective frightened a young man nearly to death yesterday. The young man was standing on the corner whon the detective tapped him on the shoulder and said: " i shall havo to arrest you for carrying deadly weapons.", Tho young man turned pale, and his lips quivered, and he stamnioied out that ho never carried a revolver or a knife in his l't'o. "Yes." said tho detective, "that may be all right, but look at your shoes." Tho young man looked at his pointed, tooth-picked-toed shoes, and aKC I what was the matter with them. Then tho detective told him tho slices wero so sharp at tho toes that if ho .should got mad and kick a man ho would split him wide open. Then tho detective winked, and said: "You may again." levii, Milwaukee Hun. The Gnmblet's Dread. V ttsburg Telcgtaph. It is said the greatest dread of a gambler is that he will bo paralyzed. They nearly all expect to die from a shock of somo kind. It may come from the fact that a great many of them have gone that way. If a man with a withered arm or leg should happen in a gambling house the dealer would quit his chair. Another dread of gamblers is a man who conies in to play with a cano in his hand. That is regarded as bad luck to the house. KETAIL MAUKUT. Corrected dallv by G.'W Qkiskl, grocer, Second stieet, Maysvllle, Ky. FLOUH. Limestone , 8 7 25 Maysvllln Family , , (i 25 Old Gold 7 10 MtiBon County , 0 25 Kentucky Mills 0 00 Untter.Wft '. , 16(320 Lard.Wlb . 15 Eggs, pdoz 15 Meal 1ft peck 20 Chlckons 30035 Molasses, fancy 75 Coal Oil, ) gal 20 Sugar, granulated t) lb 11 " A.fitb 10 " yellow II lb 8VvO Hams, sugar curod lillti 15 Hucon, breakfast " tb,,.., 15 Hominy, ) gallon 20 Heans fl gallon 10 Potatoes V peck M 25 Coffee. 12(ijl5 "ttruoious, Sybdla, how Count Champignon snee.os: he is unaccustomed to our o iinato; go and toll him to come away frpm that Window." Tho Count was a delicate- look ng little lo.-low with an enormous en lowmont of capillary decora on on his upper lip. Syhilltt.'whoin her mo her men a ly reserved as a sweet niatrin Otiial boon for the Count, mood toward 'him at a ranter, and archly attracting his attention by a sharp thrust in the ribs, excuu o I: " Loiint, I've got a message Irotn ma to you." "Ah, .at is so vera kind," ho murmured, with agaeof admiration at Sybilla, who eon inuod: Yos; she says if you takoofl' that mustache and put it on your head you won't bo so apt to catch cold." Chkaro Times. Dog stories should bo written in purple ink. Washington Critic. And if told verbally, the tale should bo related in a wajrgin. New Jersey And the writors should pant for fame. Chicuo World. Gontloinon, tho cue is a good ono, but you have on a long trail. Adrian Newt Cur-tail it by all means. The Alert. FIRSTlffATIOlTALBANK. Capital Stock ?2IH.WiO Hut plus Fund oO.tiOtl IA.MKS M. MITCHELL, THOMAS WELLS PitKsniKjfT. Cash i Kit. 'eu2. MAY.yVILI.E.KV Cui. Iiillmi autlon of Kidneys, Liver and idde., Uri- 1. lut rtYposl's, and Diabetes, Handle I tne Lnnaryw ins; Tort.' 1 Llv lnuigcoion, MiurStunmt.. 'lout oropstcui iUcctlons, l)ybivulu 36 Dos-s'-. for f2C Jt Cures Gout, fcl.UU. 2 "JWl Rlicumatistn oi s' the Joints. Vomit ' ings. IiilLuntnatlon ol Mi. ITri'thrn. A SnwltlC foi Stnno 111 the Hlnddcr : Lucop .timi.i nt... nu..a nl tlio Prnfitntf Gland, Bright' DiseaMiof the Kidneys J. T. LEE, Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Hljr Sandy A Packet Company. JOHN KYLE, President. Lkwis Olenn, Hecietaiy and Treasurer. C. and O. It. R. PACKETS For limiting ton, l'omeroy, and all nay l.aiiitingi. TELEOrtAPH, Mood's nnd Thursdays 5 p. m. FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and FrMayH, 5 p. m. UOSTONA, Wednesdays and Maturday.s, 5 p.m. Portsmouth, all Mail and Way Landings. BONANZA, Tuesdays,Thursday Sat'ys, him. Mayavllle, All Mull and Way Landings. MOHNING MAIL, daily (Sundays excepted) Leave cinciutinti t:wu. m. .iaysvuie, t p. m. i t.t - i- iciiii luiuivcu ijii wmui I liniif. I' M.HnUM'AY uperlnteudent. BUSINESS HOUSES. e The following are among the leading Business Establishments of Mavsvllle. will find these houses lellnbleund occupying a commanding position in their respective lines. Noitui i:s fc M., Locksmiths and Aio prepared to put up Electilc Houe Bells I which aie not exposed In the mom like the I old style. Prices low. Call and see -maples. Seeonu street, inyil JiAls Ivy. A G. HKOWMXd, M. !., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce and residence south-east corner ol Thltd and sutlou stieets, aplUdly MAYSVILLE. i IIONMN'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom woik a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. -17, Market stite .two doors below D. A. Hlchaid.son & Co.'s giocery. aWAwly MAYSVILLE. KY. A M. KOGEIl.N, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. HE. Sec. St. mchaoiy MAYSVILLE, KY, l FINCH dc CO., DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mchlMly MAYSVILLE, KY. TUKESS & NuI.IX, Dealers In Staple and Fancy ZDE3T No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street, aplrfdly MAYSVILLE, KY. p .t .11)1 OX, 'photographer, Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's aplddly MAYSVILLE, KY. s. mi N i:n a- into, c Dealcis Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No, 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mchaidly .MAYSVILLE, KY. "J U. T. K. A. S3IITIT, DE1NTXISX, Will devote his whole tlmo to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. SV. Wardlo will taku charge ot all the mechanical work, such as gold, Ml ver,conllnuousgiim, celluloid and rubber plates. niehUldly Pxj:w t ax.m:x, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo iigonts for tho celebrated Omaha and Loader stoves. Rooflnu and piomptly and satisfactorily done. Cor ner ot .Mintcec aim xniru fctreets, a. it. cock's old stand. npllUdlw TJi It. TUAXDIi, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream parlors opon for tho sonson. Ah. solutely pure candles. Fresh bread of nil kinds. FurnlHhliii; weddings ami parties a specialty. 1'rlces low. may idly i i ii TTjMtAXK It. l'HISTUK, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, MannfaoturorofPlcturo Frames and dealer In .Miscellaneous Goods. mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY. Ki.tAXK iu;vini:, Manufacturer of ' Proprietor 6f the celebtoted brands: Hold tho Fort, Parloi Queen and .Mother Hubbaid. Uest cigars In the matkol. Full variety ol stnokeis' at tides. Second sti eel. ally MAYSVILLE, KY. p S. ,IV11, ATl'OKSllY AT IiAV. Uoiil INtiitc ami Collceiin: Agency. Court St., (apl2dly) MAYPVILLE. KY. p .11. WiM.IA.lI4, Contractor and Builder Plans and Specifications lurnlshed and nil work piomptly and xntlsfactoilly done. Shop on second street, opposite Hlirh sehool. uplOdly SlAYSVILLE, KY. pKO. COXASO.V, Dealers In Staple ni.d Fancy IDIRST OOOIDS, SECOND STREET. nich311y MAYSVILLE. KY. OOir icicm:so, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GLiOCERIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second Nlieel lately occupied by Chailes II Frank. aplJdly " L VST A IHVJ.K, Every new Nhado In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electilc Rlue, Egyptian etc. and new l'l I m i m I iil; to mutch. Second Si., mchUtly MAYSVILLE, KY. T C. OWEX". .V CO This space has been leserved for their LOOK OUT FOR IT. OIIX IVIIKKI.KK. J Daily FISH Market. River, Lake and salt water fish. Pi Ices reduced this day to 8 and lu cents a pound. Market stieet, al8 MAYSVILLE, KY. t it. sou.si.Ey, Architect and Builder. Plans and Specifications furnished promptly and on reasonable terms. Ofllce on Fourth street between .Market and Limestone. aplOdty MAYSVILLE, KY. TOIIX II. POYXTZ.JR., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest nnd bet Companies. Insuies for full value. Low rate. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Office coiner Third and Maiket stieets. aplGdly T AS. U. SAIiLEE, CL.AIIKNCE I.. SALI.KE Sitlloc (: Nnllrv, ATTOItXKYN AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (seplOdly) MAYSVrLLE, KY T ItLAKKIlOKOUUII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Hentlquiuter foi Clocks, Sliver Goods, Jewel r etc. All work piomptly and Second St., hast ol Mm ket. apl7 T IV.SIMKUS ,t HKO., 2?o.2, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS mid Window Shades. Good Caroets nt 30. fi. I'l, io, oO, W, tij, 7U, 75. and 9U cts., 31.00 an I 51,25 pei yaid. mch.'ildly TAJIKS A CAKIt, (Succesriors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly nttonded to at all times. Finest and latest stylo Turnout. Hoises bouuht and soldon Commission. Market St., lour doois below Central Hotel. a!2.l TOIIX T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the London nnd Liverpool and Globe, German American, of New York, anil Phenlx, ol Brooklyn. Also agent for Blue Lick Water. Ofllce corner of Front and Sutton streets. apllTdly F. KYAX. J. Manufacturer and dealer lu hand, pocket and pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises nnd Sewing Machines repiilied. Trumpets nut up bolls hung, and keys made to order. Stencil cutting a specially. Second St., aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY. TACOB ElXxi BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddings tarnished on Nhott notice. ! Second St., maySdly MAYSVILLE, KY. I W.iJAI.JlU.VlTH, ATI'OKXEY AT LAW, Itcul EstiileniHl C'olleulliig: Agreiu'y, Third stieet, near Couit house, niyluly MAYSVILLE, KY. r AXE .fc WOICHH'K, ' Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications lurnlshed an reasonable torms and all woik satisfactorily and P'omptlv done. Oillco on Thl;d street, between Wall and Sutton. apllldly "VrOKUISOX A HACK LEY, Wholesale and Itetall BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, ( mh23ly) MA YS VILLE, K Y. Xjt IMS LOU lOWLIXG, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Latestsprlng styles of Hats. Bonnets, millions, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Entire satisfaction guaranteed lu all cases. Second, opposite Opera House, maylly TMTKN. F. B. COLLINS, ' MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest stylos of lints, Bonnets, Laces nnd Millinery Notions. Prices low. Secondstreot, Mrs. George Ilurrows' old stand. apUCdly TIrcIOUULE A IIOLTOX, 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS nt 5 cents, Lawns from 5 cents to lo cents. Parasols and wooleu goods lu proportion, lust recelvod. npl3uly F, MA UN II, M A'ri'OKNKY AT 1. W, JuhHco ol" ilio Police, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertlsoandholl real estate. No charRei whatever utiles a salo is consummated. Deeds, inortmiRes Ac written at latesaslow as any one's. Oillco Llbiary Huikllug, Sutton , street, Vf INS .HATTIi: C.VUU, ScconUstreet, Jantutry'a Block. Millinery Goods Hats, Laces, Feathers. Trl turnings etc., ol tho latest stvlos. Pilces Low. mcli3idly M IAVIS, FUKXISIIIXn ; lS mul Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises. Tho latest spring stylesjust lerelved. Market St., aplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY. TKS. A. J. WI1.MA.1IN. Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thlity days, Call and see them. inchOUy A'o. 29, East Second Street. VrKS. .lI.AIti'lIOKACOX, (Formerly Miss Mnggle Rasp.) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of all of tho latest styles In Millinery Goods. Hats, Hon-nets. Laces. Tilniinlngs and all senonublo novelties. The ladies are Invited to call. Market stieet, al23ly MAYSVILLE. HS. MAKY K. THOMAS, Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received her Npiing stock, which will bo found very attractive and that site has also secured the services of an nccom pllshed trimmer from Ono piice only. 13 E. Second St., aO.lly MAYSVILLE, KY. "jyrOSE IAUL.TOXt"llII GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. V.lVn011 kl!,ds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day. week or month. Largest nnd best appointed Livery stable In the west. Price "ns T',VL!,?,n!ly Uest ne"ou to vehicles slot ed. Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd 42 west Second St aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY. mkw Finn, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper A Blsset, Drillers in Stoves. Itnnes, .llurblelreU ,Hinl iiiitniiractiircrH olTui, Copper nm. Sheet Iron Ware. Special attention paid to tin roofllng, gutter and spouting. Piactlcal plumbers, gas and steam fltters. Wrought iron and lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly liud win ranted. 23 E. Second st aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. QWEXS A BAKKLKY, Nos. 57 and 5D Second and 10 Sutton Fticets. have Just received a lare stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest lnboiwivlng implement ever Tlte best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. npUO n.VUI. I. AXOKIINOX, 2fil DENTIST, lo. 21 Mu.rt.et St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hours. MA l'S VILLE, KY m .ylJIy.d. Q A, .1IEANN, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Butlal Robes and all ai tides required by the undertaking Made. Oiders piomptly attended to day or night. inWly So. 61, East Second Street, O M.UOX, Dealer In QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery Notions, etc No. -15 Maiket Street. East side, between Second and Thhd, u2ldm MAYSVILLE, KY. O J. BAUGIIERTY, No. 6, West Second Street. MARBLE YARD. Monuments Tablets and Headstones on hand. Orders by mall will receive the same prompt attention as If delivered iu person. apl3dly S B. OLDHAM, PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer. Gas and Denier in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sower Pipes Lead aniT Iron Piping, Steam nnd Water Gnuges. No. 8 west Second stieet, OIIDOsltP Geisel's giocery, uplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY. T. F. KIFF, BATH R00IVIS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALLHOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. I oi ms reasonable. Fiont street, between Maiket and Suttou. npllOdly liriLLIAM HUNT. Manufacturer and oilglnntor of tho brands of Silver Hollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Hoise, Smoke, Thieo Beauties, Coidwood aud oold Slugs. Second Stieet, .Maysvllle, Ky. iyiIITEfc OUT. Wo will not bo undersold by any home In Koniucky oral CincL.nati, 11 wo havo hall a chiinco. nichlJldly MAYSVILLE, KY. r B. .llATIIEU'.l A CO., Manufactuiersniid Dealers lu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, hlijids, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, &o, moii3l)ly MAYSVILLE, KY. Vy W. LYNCH, Mnnufactuier of and Dealor In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty Custom work mado to order, ltepali Ing neatly and piomptly done at moderate chaiges. No. il Markot steett, East sldo. wily MAYSVILLE, KY. XSVKY A ALEXAXDEU, OLB BELIABLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and careful drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or weok o i reasouablo terms. Socondst., between Market Ul and Limestone. fl