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SATUHUA Y KVEXING, MAY 20, 18S3. KVK.N1.NO HlM.l.KTIN Is published d-ill) . itiul served Hoe of postage at 0 cents per week; i' cents per inonth;7JJ rents pur three month : il.'M per hIx months, and S3 per year. iiiynbilii advance. OUR following nie thenuihoil.ed agent- forthe Daily Mui. lktin ill the place Contracts foi or advertising nmy be made with them: W.sult. Sua v.n ny Wm clary. Mt. s. HI kIh.. Lewisiu'iig W. T. Herry. MlNKItVA V, II. Ha We. Mt, Olivet- Peter Myers. Helena. R. AI. Harrison. .1. A .lnoUsn. It. P. Tolle. TcciCAltoi:. V. L. IIollou. SLACK'S P (). M. V. Atoran, Eli, v villi:. W. H. Stewart. (Jeumavtown Uljidon it liro. FAKHOW's STOKE S. T. Fl.lTOW. AIt. Cakmel T. A. Henderson. Fkkn Leak Hurry Hurunyne Mciti'insviLLK. W. T. Tomlln. FoKMVN'sSi'iciNos. M. Hawlcy. Washington aUns Atinii Thomas. J uinson Junction. Set uggsifc Pro. Him.shoko. Rev. W. H. linrksdale. I-S-V The above nnmbor represents the. circulation, each wie.lt of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers aie Invited to call and ussure themselves of the truth of the statement, mid they aie requested to bear In mind that our ra es for advertising are tin-lowest. . TriE great bridge between Now York and Brooklyn is lighted by the United States Electric Arc Light. Louis C. G.uuugus, whom the Republicans have nominated for Attorney General, is an ex-Con federate soldier, but has been a Republican since the close of the war. Tiik cry of ' Give us back our old Commander " didn't work even with the Society of the Army of the Potomac men. The hey day of honors to Grant is forever past. Thk Czar of Russia in his coronation manifesto announces his determination to introduce at onco reforms, which he hopes will increase the welfare of the people and bring about harmony and prosperity. I.v response to the furious ravings of certain cross road politicians, let it be distinctly utiderstoo 1 that if the Democrats elect a President, neither force nor fraud will prevent his serving this country. A to this there is a fixed resolve. The voice of the people will prevail. Tin: following is the estimated railway mileage of the world January 1, 1883: Ml le. United Stales lia.uOO Furopu lOO.eOO Asia K.otl) South Ameiloa 7,iK0 Canada H,.iM) Australia .'V.'OO Atrlea a,ax) -Mexico VJ.IWJ Total., 1V3.00 Not the least among the things that will figure in the next campaign, says the Washington Post, is the precedent established bv Brews-ter of appointing a man, who holds a certificate and is drawing his pay as a member of Congress to be special attorney under pay of the department, detailed to defend bis title to a seat against a contestant. That gorgeous and seductive institution known as the Fieeduien's .Savings Bank has just made a final settlement with its dusky and c.o.lulotis depositors, and it now appears that the institution has altogether paid oil' 02 per cent, of its indebtedness. The remaining 38 per cent, of its largo deposits constituted a goodly sum, and there is no mason to doubt that the Christian and patriotic managers of the bank took cure of their respective of it. Tin: Republican ticket as nominated at Lexington, isas follows: For Governor, Z. T. Morrow, of Pulaski county; for Lieutcntant Governor, Gon. Speed S. Fry, of Boyle county; for Attorney Genoral, Louis C. Garrigus, of Logan county; for Auditor, L. S. Hawthorn, of Kenton county; for Treasurer, E. Farley, of Paducah; for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Rev. J. P. Pinkerton, of Carter county; for Register of the Land Ollico, Rev. J. V. Asbury, colored. Tin: Cincinnati gays: Every cultivated physician and dentist knows that death Btands grinning at his Bide (as in Holbein's pictures,) when bis patient's consciousness is passing away under tho ofTecls of any and only tho ignorant dentist can 1)0 reckless and perfectly fearless nt such a time The- people liavo a right to demand that, every man who proposes to. uso an antesthetic should be able to furnish them with Homo evidence- that ho has given special study to tho subject. On the 19th of July, 1875, Col. W. C. Goodloe, then tho Republican candidate for Attorney Genoral of Kentucky, and thus occupying a quasi ofllcial relation to his party, used this intemperate language in a speech at the Court House in this city : In speaking of the coming Presidential election, he said with impassioned vehemence : " Come what may, come "what will, a are determined that a " Democratic President shall never again "occupy tho White House," The Bulletin noted his language and called his attention to it, and asked: "Now what is incmt by this bravado. "Mr. Goodloe and his friends must ex-" plain." No ox plan Uion was ever given, and the language was liahlw to the interpretation given at the time and which helped, doubtless, to contribute to his overwhelming defeat and that was that that he did not intend to abide tho decision of the people at the polls butthat " Come what will, come what may, he " was determined that a Democratic " President shall never again occupy the " White House." The people beat him badly on that issue. It seems he has learned nothing by experience, and in the recent State Republican C invention, he usel the same language in substance us reported in tho Commercial-Gazette, of Cincinnati, as follows: " He took the house by storm " when he declared that the bain) ju.it "born would never live to see the day " when there would a Democratic dent. The loyal people of this country " had sworn that come what may, they " would never allow a Democratic traitor "to rnlothis Nation." Again we ask what does this bravado mean ? The taste is very bad in the use of such language by a man of Col. cultivation and position. The meaning of it is to denounce in advance any Democrat as a traitor who may be nominated for President, and then to proclaim that " Come what may," that even if he is elected under the constitution, they would never allow him to rule the country. If such is not its meaning what other interpretation can be fairly given to it? He on both occasions studiously avoided the use of words which would simply imply that they would by fair means only oppose the election of a Democrat. Such sentiments are traitorous and the utterance of them is in the last degree wicked and dangerous. It is too long since the war for such passionate and unconstitutional declaration to be indulged in. And, it seems, his own party thought so, and defeated him bv about one dred votes in his candidacy for their nation for Governor. So tho unwise and I violent are thus swept down the wind' 'by those whom they think they can excite bysuch unreasonable bravalo. rsext. Tin: following gentlemen compose the new Democratic State Central and Ex ecutive Committees: CKNTHAL COMMITTEE. J. Stoddard Johnston, Chairman. Gen. J. V. Hodman, of Franklin couuty. Jiimes E. Cainrell, ot Scott county. Attllla cox, of Owen county. F. P. Helm, of Kenton count). P. II. Heed, of .letl'ei.son comiiy. Alexander .Marshall, of Alu-on county. K. Htockdale, ot Logan county. (Jeo. T. Duir. of Hun en county. Hani. E. Hill, ol Davles county. EXECUTIVE COMMIITKE. First District Homy Hurnett. Second District Hunter Wood. Third l. Thomas. F urth District W. r Hell. Flflh District Thou. II. Sherley. Hlxth G. Wallace. Hoventh District James M ullle.au. KlKbth District Rinklu Allison. Ninth U. Kenner. Tenth District Jos Gurdnn . Eleventh District-.?. W. Thompson. Soi'TiiEUN strawberry culture is not routined to Florida and tho extreme South, as many erroneously suppose. Thousands of acres are now being cultivated in Tennessee and in the southern part of this State. How Tucks Are 3Iate. Mechanical Engineer. The iron is received frutn tho rolling millsin sheets from tluoo inches to twelve inches wide, ami from three feet to nine feet in length, the thickness varying, no- cowling to the kind of work into which it is to be made, from one-eighth to one- of an inch. These sheets are all cut in about thtrtj -inch pieces, and by immersion in acid cleansed of the hui d outside flinty wale. Thev aie then chopped into strips of n width corresponding to the leinzth of the nail or tack required. Supposing the tack to bo cut is nn eight ounce carpet tack, tho Htrip of iron, as chopped and ready for the machine, would be about eleven-sixteenths of an inch wide and HO inches l'Uig. This piece is placed firmly in the feeding apparatus and bv this arrangement carried between the knives of the machine. At each revolution of tho balance wheel the knives cut olF a small pieeo from tho end of this plate. Tho piece cut oil' is pointed at one end and square for forming the head at tho other. It is then carried between two dies by tho action of tho knives, and these dies, coming together, form tho body of the tuck under the head. Enough of tho iron projects beyond tho face of tho dies to form tho head, ami while hold firmly by them a lever strikes this projecting piece into a round head. This, as we havo said beforo, is all done during one revolution of tho wheel, and tro knives, "j span as tho tack drops from tho machine, aro rpady to cut off" another )iloco. Tlieso machines aro rtu. at tljo rate of about 250 rovpluUons per mlnuto. Tho shoo naU ni'achines; for" cutting headless shoo nuils, are run' at about QOQQ I'-ms "pqr minuto, ana cut irom uireo to five Hails at oach revolution, Of tho Kentucky Central Kail road. Time table In t licet AIny 2), IHtt. 1U I III STATIONS. Fx.lA'. A M.l. M Lve.Mavsvllle. 0 on 12 3 " Huni'ltt 0 13 l!" 42 " Clark's.. 0 17 12 s " Alars'll.. (I 13 II! C3 " Helena. (J .'!.") 1 (t." " .lohn'n.. 0 III 1 13 " Ellz'llo (US 1 "1 " Ewing... ii fti i :r " Cowan.. 0 AS 1 30 " P.Val'y. 7 U8 1 US " Meyers.. 7 15 1 !" " Cm lisle. 7 3U 'J 00 ' Millers " MU'bu'n 7 Till -2 18 " P.Ju'c'n Air. Paris 8 15 'l 10 Arr. Lex'ton 0 10 3 1. Arr.Cov'ton II 3D 0 HO A.M. V. M 11 0 STATIONS. Ac U.x. A.M P. M Lve Lex'ton I 1) Lve.Cov'ton i)U) Lve.PaiN "6"i5 5 3-3 " P.IuVn " "fos "doo " Carlisle 7 3' I O'JO " Meyers. 7 4,, (130 " P.Val'y 7 51. 0 12 " Cowan. 8 (II (I fil 14 Ewlnij.. 8 07 0 5S " Ellz'lie. 8 11 7 02 " .lohn'n. 8 17 7H8 Helena. 8 IT) 7 1i " Mius'll.. 8 37 7 2(1 " Claik's 8 12 7 30 " Sum'ltt S 17 7 3(t Arr. Maysville 9 0i 7 50 A.M. V. M Connects at Lexington with tho C. AO. H. H. tor Ashland, Huntington and all points In the East and Southeast with the C. O. Sr. T. P. It. H.. for Chattanoga and the South, with, the L. vt K. H. 11, tor Franklort and Louisville. W. C. SADLER, Attent, Mnyxvhle, Ky. C. t,. r.ROWN. G. P. andT. A. TI.UtMWIII.K 'oviitglon, Flemingslmrg and Pound iin) Railroad. Conncctine with Trains on K. C. R. R. .eave r LEMiNOsrunu lor Johnson Statlou: 5:15 ii.tii. Cincinnati Expiess. 0:l.'ia. in. Ataysvllle Accommodation 3:25 p. in. Lexlnizton. 7:n2 p. in. Alaysvllle Express. .eaveJoiiNsoN Station lor Fleinlnijsburson the anlval ol Trains on the K. C. R. H.: 0:2.1 a. in. 4:00 p. in. 'CIS n. in. iM7 n. in. BUSINESS HOUSFaS. Hi" Tho following are among tho leading Huslness Establishment of Alaysvllle. Customers will And these houses tellable unci occupying n commanding position lu their respective lines. sohkii:s A-.SOX, Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers. Are prepared to put up Electric Hou-e Hells which are not exposed lu the loom like the old style. Prices low. Call and see -am pies. Second Street, niyll .MAYSVILLE, KY. o. nuuwMXG, n. i., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce and residence south-east comer of Tlilnl and Sutton streets. Will alve special attention to diseases peculiar to fomnles. uplHdly MAYSVILLE. A HO-VAX'.S BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Custom work n specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Alarket stree , two doors below D. A. Rlehiirdsou & Co.'s giocery. MAYSVILLE. KY. A .11. KOO I'KS, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 . .SVc. Si, mch3'lly MA YSVILLR, h'Y, A HSOHiVtU, DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOTTR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Strecti, mch301y MAYSVILLE, KY. XOI.IX, Dealers In Staple and Fnncy ZDZRTSr No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street, apUdly AIAYSVILLE, KY. IIOIIEKT D.VWSOX A CO.. c. :Dealeisln CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. KUKSII STOCK I PRICKS LOW I Second Street, EAST AIAYSVILLE. p AMJIO.V, 'photographer, Second street, noxt door to Dr. .Martin's aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY'. S. MI.VEK dc into, c Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leather And FTXDIXGS, 2To. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mchaidly AIAYSVILLE, KY. ryt. T. II. N. SMITH, Will devoto his wholo time to tho preservation of tho .... natural . teeth. Dr. C. W. Waidlo J....,...,. ..! .1 I !...!. win ui un ni iiiwiiuuiuii ,","" such as KoUI,sllver,coniluuousBum, celluloid aiuiruuuer piatos. "t:"'""'y rXW A- Alil.EX, STOVES, GEATSS, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole iiRonts for the celebrated Omaha mid Lea lor stoves. Roollni and iiroinptlyiind saiisluctorily done. Corner ol Mm ket unci Third moots, A. K. Glascock's old Mtand. apllOdlw II. TKAXIIIi, F. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cieam parlors open for the season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all kinds, Furnishing weddlut's mid parties a special'). Prices low. nuiyldly IKAXIl It. IMIISTKK, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manufacturer of Plcturo Frames ami dealer In .Miscellaneous GoodH. molifWly MAYSVILLE, KY. -HAM! 1I'.VIXE, Mnnufootuior of OIGABS. Proprietor of tho colobrated brands: Hold tho Fort. Parlor O.ueou and Alothor Hubbard. J Uest cigars In tho markot. Full variety of sniokers' articles. Second stroet, ally MAYSVILLE, KY. p N. .1UII, ATTOKXKT AT I, AW. Itenl KHtutc itmlColleellnjr Asoncy. Court St., (apl2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY. 1 31. WII.I.IAM8, Contractor and Builder. Plnns and Specifications furnished and all work promptly and satisfactorily done. Shop on second street, opposite Hlah school. aplOdly MAYSVILLE, ICY. p!:o,coxvNo.v, Dealers In Staple and Fancy ZDIR3r GOODS, SECOND STREET. nicli311y MAYmVILLE, KY. fl Ir KK'IIKSON, Dealer lu Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, has RF.MOVF.D from his old stand to the building on Seeond stieet lately occupied by Chaile.s II Frank. apl"t)ly yj uxt a noYLi:, Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric HIup, EuypMan etc.. and new l'lliumlny to match. Second St., inchUlly .MAYSVILLE, KY. T C. MVK.Vs t C This space has been leserved for their LOOK OUT FOR IT. loiix u'iiki:m:r. Daily FISH Market. River, Lake and salt water fish. Pi Joes reduced this day to 8 and In cents a pound. Alarket stieet, a!S AIAYSVILLE, KY. TOHX U. IMJYXTZ.JU., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest, niul bet Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Olllce corner Third and .Market stieels. aplOdly TAS. II. SALLKE, CI.AKUNCE L. .SALI.KE. Nnllec V Nnllrc, ATTORNEYS XV LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court .Street, (seplGdly) MAYSVILLE, KY T DI.AKEIionOVGII, THE BOSS j WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters forelocks, Sliver Ooods, Jew- dry etc. All work promptly and ilydone. Second St., East ol Market. apl7 , T W.SPAItHS A IIKO., , i'o. 21, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS i and Window Shades. Good Caroets at 30. '5, 10, 15, 50, liO, W, 70, 75. and 90 cts., Jl.M'an I S1J5 per yaid. nicli3ldly TA.1IK4 t CAItlt, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street rlnk orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest .style Tin nonts. Hinses bouuht and sold on Commission. St., tour doors below Central Hotel. al'Jt TOII.V T VJjV.niSU. INSURxVNCE AGENCY. Represents the Loudon nnd Liverpool and ftlnlw r2u'tii ti ti A iiionln m rt NTiif mill '"' " 1 il.HIVIIViltllt Ul 'UI 4WIU I1 I Plienlx, ot Urookiyn. Also agent tor Rlue Lick Water. OlUue corner of Front and Sut- tonstieets. npllTdly RTA.V. I Mnnufacturer and dealer in hand, pocket I and pencil 'STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and Sowing Machine" repaired. Trumpets put up bells hung, and keys made to order. Stencil cutting a specialty. Second St., apl7dl AIAYSVILLE, KY. JACOB LIKX, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread and cakes. Patties and weddings turnlshed on short notice, 35 Second St., may3dly AIAYSVILLE. KY. W.O.VMIHAini. ATTOUVKY AT LAW, Iteul KstHtomul Collecting: Affeiicy. Third street, near Gout t house, mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY. I r axj: a- wokkick, XJ I i Contractors. , Architects. .. , Ruildnrs.! . , . Plans nnd specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and tiinmtilli flnm, flllln.,.,!, ........ Ltrn..r !.. ( I-:-' '. ". VIUWU..U ni., ng ' tween won turn suuon, apEldly I t II tCULKY, ijr t I Wholesulo and Retail i i BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh23ly) MAYSVILLE, KY. I Vf INS I,OU I'OWMXU, I FASHIONABLE MILLINER. j Latestsprlng stylos of Hats. IJonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and .Millinery Goods generally. I'jiiiue taiiiuuiiun I'liHrauiceti in an canes. Second, opposite Opera House, nmylly jITHS. F. II. COLLIXS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Ilonnets, Lncos and .Millinery ottons. Prices low, Second street, Airs. George ihinows' old stand. apllOdly ATcWOUGIii: A HOJlOX, 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS at 5 cents Lawns from S cents to IS cents, Pauisols und woolen coods lu pioportlon.tust received, uplSdly vr f, ma as ii, ATTOIPHET AT IAty, JiiHtlco of tlq Pence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE, AQENT, Will advertlsoaud soil roal'es,tate. No charces wiiiuover unless nme in uuunuiuiuuiuu. Deeds, TiiortsaBOJ Ao. written at ratcsaslow as any ono's. Otlloe Library Bijlldlus, Sutton street, jVJISS .UATTIE flAUK, Second street, January' Mock' Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., ol the latest stvles. Prices Low. nich3ldly jyr ' nvvis, 001SUKl CLOT lELXlSTOr, Hats. Caps, Trunk" and Valises. The latest- sprlnustylesjtist refelvetl. .Market St., aplfldly AIAYSVILLE, KY vrltS. A. J tflliHAJIS. 1 OABPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold f HEAP for the next thirty days. Call and see them. mchSuly Xo. 29, Kait Second Street. vriw, m.ai.'jiii:acon, (Formerly Allss AIiikbIc Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just reeelwd a full supply of all of tho latest styles In Millinery Ooods. Hats. Ron-nets. Laces. Trimming and all seasonable novelth's. The l.i les nr? Invited to call. Market street, u'3ly MAYSVILLE. ItS. MAIIY i:. THOMAS, M1 Dealer in Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received her sprlni; stock, which will be foind very attractive and that she has also M'ctued the services of an accomplished trimmer from Clu ciuuatl. One price only. 13 E. Second St., idUly AIAYSVILLE, KY. Ap.SK UAUIroiV A- I1KO., ; ' GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds of vehicles on Hand '. for sale, hlie or exchange. Horses kept by day. week or month. Largest and best an- ' pointed Livery Stable In tho west. Prices as o w as any. Best attention to vehicles stoied. X Telephone connection. No. -HI and l west y' Second St., aplTdly SVII.LK, K Y. C TVfKW FIRM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN &. SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & Blsset, nenlers In Slovcs, Ititues, .tfiirbloizcd Mantel ,mil iiiiioiiriieturerN oI'Tiu, Copper nuit Sheet Iron Ware. Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter and spoutltiif. Practical plumbers, gas and, steam titters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly nud, warranted. 23 E. Second st nOdly AIAYSVILLE, KY. rvWKXS Ol IlAItKLEY, Nos. 57 and 59 Second nnd 10 Sutton streets, have Just received a lnro stock of Improved. iflnTnn UAmn nnnii m iiiTrno VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS. the greatest labor-saving Implement ever fered to farmer. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco burn hardware of all kinds. apllB ' DAUI. I. ANIEUSO.V, DENTIST, B A'o. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel, OQXce Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY m yl3ly.d. r A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Hurlal Robes and all articles re- I qulied by the undertaking trade. Orders piomptiy atteuueu to day or night. .iuiy So. 01, EaU Second Street, Q SIM OX, Dealer in QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc No. -15 Market Stieet. East .side, between Seonnd and Third, i u21d0m AIAYSVILLE, KY. , Q J. DAVGIIKUTY, No. 6, West Second Street. IWCA.FIBLE YARD. Alouuments, Tnblets and Ilendstones always on hind. Orders by mall will receive the same prompt attention as If delivered lu person. apUklly Sll, OLDHAM, PLUMBER. Sanitary Engineer. Gas and : Dealer In plumber's oooils, Pumps, Hose, V Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Steam aud Water Gauges. No, S west Second street. A' opposite Qelsel's grocery, , apuuiy ilAlSVlLLK, KY. '11 F.KIfF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. work promptly and satisfactorily done., leims reasonable. From street, between" anuaution. npllOdly C,riI.LI II UXT. ,, ,,,.,.. , ,..,... ... .. .,. . ii.iuiiuiuim mm uuiimujr in mo cee oiateu urauusoi Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark llorso. Hap- ii.v omuitu, mien ueauues, uoinwooo nui Gold Slugs. Second Stieet. AIuvsvlllo. Ky. VyillTUA: OUT, Wo will not be undersold by nnv house liil Koutucky or at Cincinnati, It wu havo hall qi cuunee j mch31dly MAYSVILLE. KY.i T II. MATHEWS .t CO., , Manufucturers und Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber Laths, Shingles, blinds. Frames, Doors, SatjB Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, iSO. mcii3'ly MAYSVILLE, AY.' T XV. I.YXCH, Alauulacturer of nnd Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOEiS ' idles' aiid children's flnoslipos a specia wV O nwoiKinaiiotooruor, uepniringue wr aiid promptly done at modeialeoliarue.s.i Tlr. 41 Markot steett.lEast side. ?!,, n4ly -MAYSVILLE, KTYi? i AXCEV AIXAXMEtt, (H A oi, in:i,iAni,i: I or. Vii Is RY, 5ALE AlD FEED SIABLESS clos of all kinds, good stock and, oarefiils,? . Horses Kept oy tno uay, qr woen'SHg iblo terms. Hecondst., betweeu AlattwtF mejjtoue. i,mt !t.. m. J i