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THE DALLY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY KVE.f MAY 30, 18S3. Stena !-The KVKNINO IIUMjRTIN Is published dally, mid served Iree of nostane nt 0 rents ptM Wf elt ; 25 cents per montli;7ficent per throe mouths ; Sl.oO por six months, and 3 per year, paynbleln iuU mice. OUR AGENTS. -The following persons nrotneiiuihoilzHd mtent tor the Dailv Hul lktjn at the place mimed. Contracts lor subscription or adveitMng nmy be made with them: W.Sult. Hiiannon Win rinrv. MT. GlLKAP .?. S HLtflns. Lkwishuko W. T. Kerry, MlNKKVA W. II. Ilnwes, Mt. Myers. Hklkna. It. M. Hnrrkon. J. A .Jaelcon. ouANoniruo R. I. Toll, Tuckahok. W. L. Holton. Si.acks P O.-M. V. Mornn. Emzaviu.k W. II. Stewart, Gkumantown Rludon it Hro Kakkow'nStohk H T. Km row. Mt.Caumkl T. A. Henderson. Kkkn Lkak Harry Huruoyne MunrJiYsvii.LF. W. T. Tomlln. KoiiMAN'rtHrKiNOS. I M. Hawley. Washington Mls Anna Thomas, J' HNSON JUNCTION. KerUgg it HlO. HiMsiu)ito. Uev, W. H. Harksdalo. 45.7 36 The above number represents tho clrculn Hon, each week of tho Daily and Weekly Hulletin, Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves or the truth of the statement, and they are requested to hear In mind that our ra es for advertising are tlw lowest. It is at last nnnounccd authoritatively that pence has been declared between Chili and Peru. The shoe manufacturers nnd operatives nt Cincinnati have arrived at an and work has been resumed in the various factories. The negroes iu the Cherokee Nation are demanding a part of the money appropriated by the Government for the pupport of the Indians. It is stated on reliable authority that Mrs. Walter Davis will enter a civil suit against the Hon. Phil Thompson for the purpose of vindicating the honor of her late husband whose name she considers has been foully and unfairly aspersed. The New Yoik Min has a leading editorial in which it assumes that if the Ohio delegation in the next National Democratic Convention shall be solidly, unanimously ami earnestly in favor of the nomination of Allen G. Thurman as the candidate for President, Thurman will be nominated. It further says that if either Thurman, McDonuld or Palmer, of Illinois, is nominated, either of the three, whoever he maybe, will be " surely chosen in November, 1SS4, to be the President of the United States." Acccr.niNG to the editor of the Egle, who was at the Danville college with Col. Morrow, the Republican caudidate for Governor, that trentletnan was "one of the most ultra pro slavery Democrats of the graduating class of 1855, and if we recollect xi.'ht," the Eagle adds, "his father before him was a bitter Democrat. He made red hot speeches for Buchanan in i850, fuk'ng the extreme southern pro slavery view of the issues involved. In 1SG0 he was a Breckinridge Democrat." And doubtless theto was a little41 rebel yell " in the mixture also, all of which out true-blue Republican friends will have to swallow. We do not think they ought to uo Into political conventions as "rebels" rind by 4,ivbe' yells' uudeitake to carry a nomination, thus lcvhlng war issues which could only ieult In disaster to the Democratic party. Covington Commonwealth. Will the Commonwealth kindly explain how the men who fought for the South in undertaking, with other fellow citizens, to carry a nomination in a political convention are reviving war issues, and how any nomination that ex-Confederates hn'en to favor is going to bring disaster to the Democratic party? These men are as good, law-abiding and loyal citizens op any in the broad land, and are no more ' rebels" then the President of tho UnUed States and his Cabinet are. In thi) county, as well as in every other county in the State, in point of intelligence nnd judgment they are equal to the best men in it. And having witnessed tho horrors and desolation of a four years' civil war, in nine cases out of ten they would be slower to bring about national trouble than men who have not had similar experience. If they recognize in a man who happened to have worn a gray jacket during tho war qualities that, in their opinion fits him for ofllcoover other men thoycertainly have the right to "yell" for him if they want to, and in doing so are exercising a right that ought not to bo denied to any citizen white or black, 11 " " In humble rebel or yankec." our judgment these " lebels" should "yell" nnd " yoll " lustily for a man if they like him, and if they have tho numbers to nominate him do it aud do it all. THE lILliE AM) THE UKASV. The spirit shown by tho women of Columbus, Ky., in decorating both the graves of their own Confederate and the Federal soldiers, is one to be admired and imitated. M v such an eracoiue in in its fullness of blessing to all our laml.i The graceful deed has ueeu inaue immortalized in the following lines: Uv the Mow of tho Inland tlver, 'Whence the 21 els oi lio i have lied ; Wheto iheblailesof Asleep are the i miles or Hie dead, Under the soil nnd the dew, Walling tliojudtfinent day ; Undei tho one tho lUuo; Under the other the Gray. From the silence- of sorrowful hours, rhedeol.t o mourners n Lovlimly laden with dowers, Alike lot th nlend and foe. Under the mu! and the dew, Waiting the Judgment day; Under th iovjn the lime; Under the lilacs the Gray. S.idly, hut not with upbraiding Tho gouerous deed was done; In the Mono of the years Mat are fading, No braver buttle was won. Under thMdnnd the dew. Waiting thejudmont day; Under tho blovnms th nine; Under the garlands tho Uiay. No moro shall tho war cry sever, Nor tho winding liver be red : They banlsn our aimer forever, I When they lauiel the graves of our de.ul.j Under lie sou and ino uew, Waiting the Judgment day ; Love and teat lor the lUuo; Tears and lovo for tho Gra, . MMMOUMI Toljiuu'o Statistics, At the recent inaugural ceremonies at the new Globe warehouse, Cincinnati, the following intei cstiug tohaceo statistics were furnished by Hon. S. F. Covington, of the Cincinnati Board of Trade: I Haifa million people are etmnued In tne1 saleof tobacco anil clears in the United States ftW,8 11 acres or land cultivated la tobacco In thosame tertltoiy, and the annual tlon is -172 001,169 pounds, aud Ps value is full Soiiotm.OuO. Nearly 30 (2,87,77(1) acres are cultivated In wheat in Ohio, and tho product i l.sles than 60,01 (M)0U bushels (4!),l0,:Kii.) The annual production of our goldmines ls$i0,i o00.0J0laud ofour Kilver mines 5l2,UK),OtX). The! viuuo or our touacco ciop exceeus inai oi either our koM or silver production. Tho Na tional banks held In 1631 515,377,108 In coin; 81,190.000 In United States coin certificate, and 831,721,000 In ohl eleariny house cerllll cafes in ail baivly.enouyh to pay for the tobacco crop of a Int;Ie year. We export S2078,SS1 worth of tobacco annually. Our oxporU of Iron and Kteel and all tho manufacturers of them amount to barely 3WO0.000 ($Mflfrt,2"iO ) The amount of Internal levenuo taxes col fected from tobacco by tho Uenornl Government for tho last fiscal yenr was81s,30t,0dS0l. There was also collected fiom duties on imported tobacco lor tho year 1831. and probably about tho same In 18X2, 8l,0.p5,o0J, In add-on to these weie the various taxes of State, county and municipal Government on stocks buildings, machinery and for IIcohmjs. The whole sum of Internal revenue collected lu 1881 wu 8i:JVJo'l(:S8I.50. Tobacco pays 35 per cent, ol all the Internal revenue collected by the General Government, and no one will mi derlakelo assert that tho tobacco trade has not a recognition ainouK tho other reut industries of the country when the internal collector Is around. There are over 'J, 00 National Banks In the United States and their capital stock, surplus and undivided profits amount, in round nnmber.to On this immense sum thev pnvJS,U8(Mi3 taxes to the United States ami 37,87fl,H22 to the States and municipal In which they me located ; in all 516,001.0:5, or about one-third as ir.uch as paid by tob.ieco to the General Government alone. .Urs. WnlterDavih' Card. Thecili'ur of the Lexington Transcript has receiveil a letter irom tlo wMow of Walter Havis, at Harrotlsburir, in of his honor iu reference to Davis' not writing to Thompson after the aflair at Cincinnati last November which caused the tragedy. She explains by eavinjr that a letter was found on Davis poron after death, which lie intended to cnd, but did not because he did not believe that Thompson thought him guilty. The letter is as follows: Al April 20. Dear Phil: A mutual friend tells me that Jessie B. wroe you that I had gotten your wie drunk and caused her to expose herself in Cincinnati. Surely ilon't believe, a word of it. I can satisfy yon that it is a falsehood. I dis.ikc to expose a friend and tell vou of your cousin's predicament that niilit, but'in self defense will do so on sight. Yours. Waotku." Mrs. Davis then gives a letter from T. J, Fisher, the partner in business of Walter Davis, referring to a conversation which took place between him Davis, in which the lat'er said : " You have heard, I suppose, of this report about Mrs Thompson and myself?" and beitm replied to in the allirmative, added : -You know I woul I have no object in telling you a lie, for if I was guilty and would admit it to you, I know you would never repeat it; 'but I will hold up my hand an I swear, so far as criminal intimacy is concerned, lam innocent, and if I could have five minutes' talk with Phil Thompson, I could convince him satisfactorily to him himelf that it is all a lie." When I told Davis that it was line Mrs. Thompson that l.e should have this talk with Phil, he answered that none of the family had treated him like they beHevcd it, and that John Thomp son and old rim had otteu met linn, keeping up a friendly appearance a4 usual and that he had heard that old Phil had said in regard to the nllair that it was a1 d dlie. When told he had better toll his wife he said if anybody told her he1 could convince her as euMly as Phil, Thompson. A third letter from L.Walter corroborates the ab )ve statement of Mr. I Fifther. and Mr. J. II. Finnell, in a card,! says Davis repeatedly told him he was innocent of any ilimacy with Mrs. Thompson. Mrs: Davis finishes her card by asking if "with propriety, gentlman may not, on a cold night, talie a lady hito his room when she was barred admission into her frond's room, and if it is right that should be heaped on her husband's name when his mouth is sealed by tho b diet and the only living wit.iess' testimony is suppressed by tho Judge, If tin U so, ami Kentuckians approve, then in-' m1 has " justice fled to brutish beasts un4 i have lost their reason.' " n n Cerro Guards nro on duty at Mt, St .n? by older of tho Governor and . of the County Judge. A mob of Ave h" d men wore reported coming from M 3 county for tho purpose of lynch-in, ictt the accused murderer of Va- Helton, who is in jail at Mt. Sir TIIVIE TABLE Of the Kentucky Central Railroad. Time table In (fleet May 2 )8S3J 10 I 12 11 y station Fx. A'', stations. AcEx, A 31.11'. M A.M P. M Lve.MaysvllIoJ 0 on V2 3 Lvo Lcx'ton -115 " Kum'iul fl l.Tia liLvc.Cov'ton io 11 Clark's.. 0 17 il! HlLve.PnrN 0 io 635 ' MnisMl.. (J a.Vi!.l " PJuVu " Helena. 0 35. 1 u " Mll'bV.. 7 0S flOO " John'n.. 6 IT 1 13 " CnrlNlo 7 3D O'JiJ " Ellz'lle K IS1 1 ai 4I Meyers. 7 -Jo (KIO Kwlng... DM l 25 " ivnl'y 7 51 0 42 " Cowan.. 0 rsi 130 ' Cowan. SOI 1 2 " P.Vary. 7 us l as Ewlmj.. S 07 OSS Meyers.. 7 IS 1 1 ' KllasMle. 8 11 71)2 " CailNIe. 7 30 2 in) " .Tnlin'n. 8 17 70S ' Millers ' Helena. 8 2i 7 li " Mirbu'u 7 50 2 IS Mnrs'lL 8 37 720 " P.Ju'c'n ' Clark's 8 42 7i Arr. Paris 8 15 2 10 Hmn'ltl K 17 730 Arr.Lex'ton 0 10 3 l'i Arr.Maysvillo 9 oo 7 60 Arr.Cov'ton II 30 0 w a.m. im A.M.l'. m Connects at Lexington with the C. AO. H. H. tor Ashland, Uuntlimtou nnd all points in the East and .Southeast with the O. N. O. fe.T. P. H. K.,for ChattnuoKa and the South, with, tho L. & X, It. R, lor Franklort and Louisville. W.C.SADLGR.AKent. Alaysvlile, Ky, C. L. HUOWX, G. I. and T. A. TI.nfrMMHIiK 'ovihgtou, Flfiiiiiiijttliurg ami Pound Uni Itailroad. Counecttiw with Trains on K. C. U. It. e.ive KhKMiNaspUHOlorJohnson station: 3:15 a. m. Cincinnati Express. 9:lsu, in, Maysvllle Accommoduthm :t:26 p. m. Uexlngton. 7:02 p. m. Maysville Express. station lor Flemlnijsburgou the anlval of Tralus on the K. O. H. R.: &,?. a, in. lam p. in. 4:4s a m. :H7 . m. BUSfNESS HOUSES. or Tne hdlowlng ate among tho leading Hustness Establlshmenis of Maysville. Customers will find these houses lellableand occupying a commanding position iu their respective lines. a snuiui;svso:v, Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers. , Aropiepared to put up Electric Houe Molls which aro not exposed In the room like tho oldstyle. Prices low. Call and ee iunples. Second Street, myU MAYSVILLE, KY. A o. nnoWMNU, M. o.f J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I Otllce and residence south-east corner of Third and Sutton streets. Will pive special attention to diseases peculiar to feiuales. aplUdiy MAS 1LLE. A HOXAN'H BOOT A.ND SHOE STORE, Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. , a t t No. 7, Market stree ,two doors below D. A. Klchnufeou Sc Co.'s grocery. rr r r, T,v aldiVwIy MAYSVILLE, KY. A M.HOUKKS, A DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 L .SVC. St. mch301y MA YSV1LLK, KY, FINCH ACOM DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Tfiird and Sutton Streets, inoliMy MAYSVILLE, KY. mritOKKKil" NiIIjIX, Deuleis In Staple anil Fancy IDEST GKDOIDS. "'akv. r muuniT dawson fe co. :DealeiHln: CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. MIES!! STOCK I PllICEN LOW ! .Second Street, EAST MAYSVILLE. pAMMOX, PHOTOGRAPHER, Second ntreet, next door to Dr. Martin' aplUdiy MAYSVILLE. KY. S.MIXKKA IIUO, CJ Dealers in- Boots, Shoes, Leather And JTWDIXGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets, mchiildly MAYSVILLE, KY. rIt. T. II. X. NJ1IT1I, DENTIST, Will devote his whole time to tho preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. v. Wardle will take charge oi all the mechanical work, such as gold, sllver.contlnuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates. mchSldly rUJXEW A AliLEX, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo agents for tho celebrated Omaha and Leaner stoves. Rooflnu aud piomptly and satisfactorily done. Market and Third slieets, A. R. Glascock's old stand. apllOdlw f ir. TUAXlZIi, BAKER AND CONPEOTIONER. Ice cioam parlors open for tho season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddliig aud parties a specialty. Prices low. lKAXK U. lMIlSTKlt, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manufacturer of Picture Frames and dealer In Miscellaneous Goods. mch30 y MAYSVILLE, KY. nUAXK OEVIXE, Manufacturer of OIGABS. Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold tho Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Best cignrs In the market. Full variety of smokers' articles. Second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY. pEOHUE HEISEK, :I)ealer lu: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. mayOOdly SECOND STREET. p S. JUDO, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ileal INtiileuixICo'lleeMiitf Aueiicy. Court St., (apl2dly) M AYS VILIjK, KY. p 9r. WZLUAMS. Contractor and Builder. Plans and Specifications (urnlshod and nil work promptly and satisfactorily done. Hhoponsecoud sticet, opposite Hluh school. apWliy MAYSVILr.K.KY. KO.COXcVNO.V, Dealers In Staple aud Fancy ZDIRy SECOND STRKKT, mch311y MAYSVIMiKICY. rioir icionr.sox, Dealer in Staple and Fancy has RK.MOVRD from Ills old stabd to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charles II Frank. aplMly ( ! TTUNT tt ioYia:9 Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric lllue, Egyptian etc.. and new I'rlmmings to mulch. Second St., mcltillly .MAYSV1LM3, ICY, T C OWUXS A CO This space has been leserved for their advertisement. LOCiK OUT FOR IT. roiix vjti;i:iii:u. Daily FISH Market. River, Lake and salt water fifth. Prices reduced this day to 8 aud lu cents a pound. Market stieet, itl8 MAYSVILLE, KY. TOHX II. 1UYXTZ,JU., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest, and bet Companies, Insures for full value. Low rates. Loscs promptly paid. No discounts No Relays. Ofllco corner Third and Market streets. aphklly T AS. U. SALLEK, CLARRNCR L. SALIiKR. Nnlle A Sallec, ATTOKNKVN Al LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (seplOdly) MAYSVILLE, KY t ni.AKEnoiiocoir, i THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry etc. All work promptly and done. Second St Knst of Market. aplT " T W.S1MUKS V ItUO., A'O. 'Jl, JlAltKKTISTliaiSJ NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 3'), "75, 40, 45, o0( W, 0VJ, 70, 75. aud UU cts., 51.00 an 61.25 per yard. mclrtklly TAJIKS itCMUa, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hark orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts. , Unices houuht aud void on Commission. .Market St., tour doors below Central Hotel, nlltt TOIEX T. F JiK.UIX. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the Loudon and Liverpool and Globe. German American, or New York, nnd , I'heulx. ot Brooklyn. Also agent lor Ulue uck water, umce corner oi trout anu mui ton street. aplI7dly T F. ItYAX. Manufacturer uud dealer In hand, pocket aud pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates &c. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and Sewing Machine repaired. Trumpets nut up bells huiiKt aud keys made to order. Stencil cutting a specialty. Second St., ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. L1COU EIXX. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ico cream aud soda water. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished on shoit notice. 35 Secoud St., may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. T W.UALimAlTH, ATTORNEY AT UW, Heal Eslateuiid Collecting Agency. Third street, uear Court house, mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY. r AXE A WORHICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and piomptlv done. Olllceon Third street, Wall and Sutton. apllldly A' KACICEEY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mli24Iy) MAYSVILLE, XV. . VI ItS LOU IMMVL1XG, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Lntestsprlnj; styles of Hats, Ron nets, Ribbons., Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Entire satisfaction uuaranteed In all cases. Second, opposite Opera House, may lly liTUS. l 11. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Hounets, Laces and Millinery Notions, Prices low. Second street, Mis, George llurrows1 old stand, aplltfdly ATcDOUGLli A- 1IOETOX, 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS at 5 cents Lawns from 5 conts to 15 cents. Parasols and woolen goods iu proportion, lust received. nplSdty F, MARHII, M ATfORNEY AT IiAW. Justlco of tho Peace, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estato. No charges whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac. written ot rates as low as any ouo'a. Olllce Library Rulldlug, Suttou street, VTIMM MATTIK CAItll, Second street, January's Mock, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feather, Trimmings etc., ol the latent stvleM I'rices jl.ow. tnvmsiujy A W J M awix i;t, 1 UKMSHI.VfJ (l(MM)S ami CLOTHING, Hats, Cap, Trunks and Valines. Tho latest Hprlng stylesjnst received. Market St., aplCdly MAYSVILLE, ICY. A fit, a. J. nujiiviLS, OABPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will he sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call and hoo them. mch3Uly Ao. 2U, Aim Second Street. liTKS. M.AItCIIOKACON, (Formerly Miss MhkkIo Hasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has JuM recelvinl a full supply of all of tho latest styles In Millinery Uoods Hats, Luces. Tiltumlims find all Reasonable novidtles. The lat.les are invited tn call. Market sticet, xutMy MAYSVILLE. JITUS. .MAUY K. IJtOMA.S, Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces yjat nhe has Just received hor spring stock, which will ho found verv attractive and that she has til no seemed the ser vices of an accomplished u humor from Cln cmnatl. One pi Ice only. 13 E. fcecond St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. iro.SE OAUirox v mio.t GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable, A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept Uy day, week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as off as any. Best attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. in and 4Z west Second St., aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY. MEW rniM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper A Iilsset, , DenlorM In StoveM, IIiiiikvs, Mitrblelzct! Muiilel (nnl iiiHitiiliirtnrern of Tlu, Copper uu! (Stieel Iron Wuro, Special attention paid to t)n rootling, gutter huu sptiuiin. piuuioera, gas auu steam Utters, Wrought Iron ai.d lead pipes, , yc. tn worK uiienueu 10 prompiiy una warranted. 23 E. Second st aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. AWKNS A IJAKKLKY, Nos,57and 59 Secoud and Itl Sutton streets, have Just received a Jar.;e htockof improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement to farmer. The bet lohacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllO AUL I. AXOEItSON, P DENTIST, fiBi ATo. J1 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLK, KY m lyiaiy.u, r A, J1EAXH, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Iluiial Robes nnd all articles re quired by the uudei taking trade. Orders ptompuy atteuueu to nay or nimn. ii!!Uly So. 61, East Second Street, "" "" o sinoxi Dealer In dUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery, Notions, eto No. 45 Market Street, East side, between Second and Third, UJIUOUl .MAVSViULitJ, kl, O J.IAUGIffEItTV, No. 0, West Second Street. IYLA.FIBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones al ways on hand. Orders by tuatl will receive tne same prompt attention us u ueuvereu mi person, apiauiy s. D.OM)llA.n, PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer, Gas and ueaier in pmmoers goous, rumps, nose,i sewer ripen, jeau ana iron rining, ateumj and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Secoud street, n..m.L.Un HnKnl'o ...n,lM. I apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. W F.KIFJF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.) OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work nromntly and satisfactorily dono. Tenns reasonable, Front street, betwoeu .uuraet uuunuiiou. apiiuuiy lTriuiiA.n 1IUXT. Manufacturer and originator of the muled oranusor OIGARS, Sliver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap-1 ny Smoke, Thioe Beauties, Cordwood audi uouiwiugs. aeconu atroot, Maysville, Ky, ruin; v out. W FITHITITIJKE. Wo will not bo undersold by nuy house lui Kentucky or at Cluclunatl, It we have halt al cuauce, mcliSldly MAYSVILLE, KY. 'lir II, 3IATIIEVS A- CO., Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, jncnflOly MAYSVILLE, XY. W EYXCH, Manufacturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES.! LadleV and children's fl no shoes a specialty Custom work made to order. Repairing ueatljj uuu piuiupiiy uoue ui moderate ouurees. j No, 41 Market stcetUEnst side. $ ally -MAYSVILLE, KY.l y AXCEY A ALEXANDER, OLD KELIAULE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES Vehicles ol all kinds, good stock and carofi unvora. iiorses Kept oy ine any, or weea roasouauio terms. econusi,, uoiweeu amm anu Liitucsioue.