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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 31. 18S3 r i Kitiia : Tim bVKNfNO Huli.kiix Is published dally, and served lice o! postage ni 0 'uuls per wi'elt;'tfcimlHfi inoutlijTficeiitK per three mouth ; $1.50 per six mouths, ann S3 per car, payable In advance OUR AGENTS. -The lollowlng pcisnnv niu tiieaiiilniiized agents lor the Daily Hui. i.trriN at the places named. Contracts mr suhscilptlnn or udveitlslng may he made with them: W.Sult. Shannon Win Clarv. MT. S. Hl'JBlllS. LEWisiiuna W. T. Berry, MlNKUVA W. II. Hawe. Mt. Ouivwr Peter Myers. Hki.ena. K. M. Harrison. J. t .fackn. It. P. Tolle. Tuckaiiok. W L. Holtnn. Slack's P. O M. V. Moian. Emzavilt.k W. H. Stewart. GKKMAntown Higdon & Bro. Faukow's T. Furrow. ' Mt. Cahmki. T. A. Henderson. Fkiin Lkak Harrv Buiuoviip Muiu'hysvim.k. W. T. Tomlln. Fokman's M. Hnwlcy. Washington Miss Anna Thomas. J itNsoN Junction. Hoi nuns & Hio. Hii.i.siioho. Hev. W. II. Hiirksdnle. The above mini bar represents the rl renin. Hon, each week oi the Daily and Wkkklv Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call nnd nssiue themselves oi the truth oi the Ktatemetit, and they are lequested to hear In mind Hint onr ra es tor advertising are Hi. lowest. As the returns come in it is evident that there are several sets of Gniteati bines. . Tin: commencement exercises of the State College at Lexington, will come of! June 5th. A vacant building lot nt Flemingsburg was recently sold for $2,000. Flemings- burg is not as dead n town as some people suppose. Dan. TiMiir.Ri.AKi:, a negro, on trial at Lexington, on the charge of having outraged the person of a little colored girl, has been sentenced to death. Tun Cz.tr has crowned himself nnd the world breathes easier. The Czar himself, now that he was not dynamited, doubtless feels more at ease than he did before the ceremonv. W. X. Thomas has been arrested at Vanceburg for money on fraudulent notes. He came originally from Tennessee and purported to be an agent for the sale of a musical instrument. It must be interesting to-Vennor and to Wiggins that in all the abundance of cyclones and versatility of weather this; spring' neither of them has been able to hit a single number in the combination. Tin: opinion of the goneral public in regard to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is confirmed by clergymen, lawyers, public speakers and actors. All say it is the best lemedy that cm be procured for all affections of the vocal organs, throat and luns. h . Tin: late elections in Virginia indicate that Mahonetem is going to the rear and the conservative Democracy coming to the f.'ont. There has been a falling oh" of the Muhoue strength and in all the important strong holds larr'o gains for the Democrats. Thnr.K is no truth in the report which was telegraphed from Louisville that the Canadian Government has so changed its customs regulations as to admit bonded whisky from the United States in the original packages. There is no prospect of any change of that sort being made. Therk are evidences of growing civilization in parts of the west and south, where the crops of manslaughter have been abundant. The custom of gentlemen of all classes, fiom the laborer to the statesman, from the farmer to the preacher, of earrjin,: arms, whether in the field, forest, chinch or court room, is apparently being modified. A disgruntled gentleman recently fired upon a Judge w hiloon the bench at Helena, Mont., yet, stiange to say, the Judge was not provided with arms with which to return the fiie. Wi: take the following from the Stanford Intei ior Journal of May 29th: The Owen News speaking as If by thocaid, bays that Col. Jones "paid tho expenses oi several ot his snpportois la Owen county to attend the Convention and bolt Instiuei Ions." Tho county Jtistiucted Hist lor Buoknernnd second for Knott, and the whole trouble guw out oi the fact that "all good demooiats ot the eouiuy weie appointed dolegntes " Had eleen good men been mimed to cist Its vote they would have followed InstiuctloiiH and Hieio would have been no division of the stiength and consennentlv .Irmm' iyipiwU could nevei havecliuiniii (tint i,n wnu i.i r.. i time the nomlneo ol Ue Convention. If tho News' elmiijo Is ti ue, Col. Jones Is not df set that sympathy that many to feel for him. So, it seems, the truth is leaking out at last. The chief instrument of this attempted fraud on tho Democracy, we leant is a certain 0. B. Hallam, now of Owen county, but late of Newport, Ivy., who tried with gross impropriety to carry five votes instructed for Knott over to Jones in violation of instruction and then when circumvented in tho fraud by tho honesty of tho other delegates, ho has tried since to raise an emoute against tho nomination of Knott. He ought to know that ho is known and it may bo necessary to investigate and exposo him. Tho only thing to pro vent this is, that ho is but a fly on tho wheel of tho and will with thoso who join him, bo whirled into political ruin. THE $ T I M IRS They Arc Dispersed by Militia After Two Rounds. Two Men Killed nnd Several Wound-lid Tho Women Join In tho ' Demonstrations of Eorce. ZZ, Belleville, III., May 29. Everything is quiet this morning. Tho inquest on tin dead strikor began at 11 o'clock. The Reinoko mine, whoro last ovening's tin for. 'Junato affair occuricd, is working this morning under piotcction of tho militia This is a machino initio and does not employ rogulur minors, and was working yos torday under an agieoinont m ado with the miners sotno days ago. If any further troublo occurs it will bo at tho mines somi distance from here, whioh at this writing hftvo not boon heard from. Tho Sheriff roports all quiet at tho pit in this immediate vicinity. Tho Btrcots in this oity aro crowded with minors and citizens disoussing tho events of yesterday. Tho firing of tho militia is not gouorally viewed in a favorable light. St. Louis, May 29. Information from tho mining disti lots of St. Clair county, 111., is that work was to ho resumed yesterday at tho Itoso Hill mine, near West Belleville, hut when tho men wcro about to coinmcnco, at u o'clock, a hand of ICO women, wives and daughters of tho strikers, inarching two abreast and armed with stout clubs, appeared on tho scene, and, after somo altercation, thoy compelled tho men to desist, and work was not started. Tlin Sheriffs nossn was driven hunk hv thn women, and tho latter aro now in posses sion ot tho mine. After completing their work at Roso Hill, and leaving a guard thero to see that the .mandate was carried out, tho women marched to Roinoko's Mino, No. 1, three miles from Belleville, and boing reinforced by a largo number of strikers drove out tho men working there. It is reported that thoy toro up tho railroad switch and threatened to burn tho surfaco work of tho mino, but of this nothing definite is known. Tho mob at this point Increased rapidly, and numborcd soveral hundred, including about 100 women, who wcro the must unmanageable of tho crowd, and wore boyond tho control of tho civil authorities. Tho Shoriir telographod Governor Hamilton for military, and somo of tho militia at East St. Louis wero sent on as soon as a special train could bo raado up. At 6:45 p, rii. the train bearing the troops arrived at tho mine. Tho women woro on tho bluff, where tho company's buildings aro situated. The men, about 160 in number, were on tho south sido of tho railroad track. They all carried oanca of Taryinj; thickness. Deputy Sheriffs Anthony and Ragland wero on tho ground, Anthony ia charge. As tho train halted Colonol Bark-ley appeared upon tho platform of a car. Anthony jumped upon tho platform, audd with outstretched arms shouted to tho Btrikors, somo of whom had started to run when thoy saw tho soldiers: "Haiti I driest you all in tho name of the law I" The answer was a pistol shot from the ranks of the strikers. It pascd oer tho head of Captain Fahnestock, of the Edwardsville company, and struck a car, breaking a window. Colonol Barkley answered, it i reported, with his revolver. No command was given to fire, but as if the Colonol's shot was a signal, tho breechloaders of tho troops rung out ag.iin and again. The mob tied down tho railroad embankment and through the needs and took a ditch ten feet wide like deer. One mnn was seen to stagger and fall and lay with his aims outstretched, on the further hank of tho ditch. He was shot clear through tho head. He had not been identified when tho reporter left the ground, but ho is known to be from Cascyvillo, and one of tho party that has been scouring tho district for a weok. The miiitiu started in pursuit, and found a man a amed Fry, in the woods, wounded in the leg. Eighteen strikers wero captured and lent into Bellovillo under guard. They will be prosecuted under the statute against riotous conduct. During tho engagement but one militiaman was injured, ho receiving a very Blight flesh wound in the shoulder from a pistol shot. At 7 o'clock Colonol Barkloy ordered the Virden mid Taylorsvillo troops back to East St. Louis, leaving the Edwardsville company on guard. The women becamo very turbulent after the engagement, and were removed by an escort of militia without trouble. The greatest excitement prevails in Belleville, and, aftor parading the streets to the tap of the drum last night, a mass meeting of nearly 200 minors was hold at tho courthouse, at which tho speakers denouncod the action of thb militia in firing on the minors. At Marl8sa, some fifteen miles beyond Bellovillo, a crowd of miners appeared In tho morning and demanded that work should cease. Deputy Sheriff Ragland, who was present with a civil posse, told them that any interforenco on their part with tho working of tho mino would simply result in bringing out a military forco who would arrost all disturbers, and kdvisod them to rotirc. This they considered good advico nnd withdrow, leaving the mino in peaceable possession of the men who wero working it. At Chicago while workingmen wero digging in front of Gen. Pope's rosUlencoi thoy camo upon fourteen skeletons. The skolotona woro buried in tho National Comotory. No one knows when or how the j hones woio placed wliero they wcro found. ' Ono Bkull boro evidenco of having been crushed in. I While a plcnsuro party of four persons- ' Mr. Beard, jMiss Lena Maxol, of Kivorton, I Town, and two mombers of J. W. Heard's family, a youtiR boy of four and a girl of thirteen woro boating on tho river at Kas., yesterday afternoon, tho bet was carried over a dam. Tho young lady, boy and girl woro drowned, and Mr. Beard had a very narrow escapo. I The stoamship Strrmbourg, which has, arrived from Bremen, encountered n. unvprn i ".-. . . i Bouthcastern galo on the 23d, during which the shaoklebolt of tho foretopsail broke and foil, killing two passengers and knocking another overboard, who was drowned. Their names are George Krominga, aged eight years; James Jnnscn, aged sixteen; Martin Schmidt, aged Tho Strasbourg brought 1,474 immigrants. TIMES TABLE Or the Kentucky Central Kailronil. Time table In (.fleet May 2, IbS.I. " 10 12 11 I u STATIONS EX. AC. STATIONS. A! fE.X. A M. I. 31 A.M V. M Lve.Maysvllle. (1 0 12 .1 I.ve Lex'ton I 15 " Sum'ltt 0 1.1 12 -12 Lvo.Cov'ton i) no " Clink's., 0 1" 12 IS Lve.PniN 0 -13 OM " .Mius'll.. II '..'! 12 51 " PJu'o'll " Helena. 0 !W 1 ifi " Mil'b'g.. 7 OH 1100 " John'n.. 4.1 1 ill " Carlisle 7.10 0 2U " Kllz'lle flJS IS) " Meyeis. 7 4.5 u M " Ewlllg... 0 6.1 1 2-5 " P.Vnl'y 7 51 0 42 ' Cowan.. 0 58 1 30 " Cownu. 8 01 (1 52 " P.Vnl'y. 7 08 1 !W ' Ewlnt;.. 3 07 0 5S " Meyers.. 7 15 I 15 " Ellz'lle. 8 11 7 02 " Caillslc. 7 30 2 00 " Joliu'n. 8 17 7 0S .Millers " Helena. 8 25 7 15 " Mll'bu'g 7 50 2 18 " Mais'll.. 8,17 7 20 " IUu'c'ii " Clntlc's 8 12 7 HO Air.I'ails 8 15 2 10 " Sum'ltt 8 47 7 86 Arr. Lox'tou 0 10 3 15 Arr. Maysvillo 0 00 7 50 Arr.Cov'lon 11 30 0 00 a.m. i m A.M. 1'. m Connects nt LoxiiiRton with the C. kO. H. It. tor Ashland, Huntington nnd all points in the East and Southeast with the C. N. O. &. T. P. It. It., for Clint tanoKii and the South, with, the L. & X. It. It, for EianlHort and Louisville. ' V. C. SADLER, Asent, Mnysvlile, Ky. C. L. BROWN, O. P. and T. A. TI.nE.TAIJLE Covington, Flemingsburg nnd Pound Uap Railroad. Conneetins.' with Tiains on K. C. R. It. .cave FLLMiNOSEUno for Johnson Station: 5:15 n. in. Cliiclnnntl Express. l):Un. in. Mnysvlllo Accommodation 1:2.5 p. in. Lexington. 7:02 p. m. .Mnysvlile Express. Leave.IoHNSoNSTAriuNloi Floiiiliigsunrgou the anlval ol Trains on the K. C. II. It.: 0:21 a. m. 1:00 p, in. 0:4S n. m. . :37 u. m. BUSINESS HOUSES. MT Tne tollowln aie amont; the leading Business Establishments of Mnysvlile. Customers will find these hooses lellnbleand occupying n commanding )osltlou in their lines. ' i .SOItKIKS.t.SO.V, Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers. Aie prepared to put up Electric Houo Hells which me not exposed In the loom like the old style. Prices low. Call and see samples. SecondStreet, myU MAYSVILLE, KY. A O. itKOWAINO.M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Onico and residence south-east corner of Thlid and Sutton stieets. Will ulve special attention to diseases peculiar to femnlas. aplHdly MAYSVILLE. A IIOXAN'N BOOT km SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Largo stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stree ,two doors below D. A. itlchnidsou & Co.'s grocery. nldAwly . MAYSVILLE, KY. A 31. ItOGKUS, DEALER IN Soots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. II E. .SVc. St, mcli301y MAYSVILLE, KY, a rixcn a co DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mohSOly MAYSVILLE, KY. DBKCKSS XiLIN, Dealers in Staple and Fnucy IDEIT No. 3. Euteinilse Block. Second Street, npl.Jdly MAYSVILLE, KY. itoiir.it r dawsox a co.. c. :Dealeis In: CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. FKF.SII STOCK! I'KICF.S LOW ! SecondStreet, EAST MAYSVILLE. PHOTOGRAPHER, Secondstreet, next door to Dr. Mnrtln's apWdly MAYSVILLE. KY. S. MINEK IlttO, c. Dealers Boots, Shoes, Leather And FTXDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets. mchUldly MAYSVILLE, KY. ryt.T. II. N. SMITH, DENTIST, Will devoto his whole time to tho preservation of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Waidle will take chiugo ol all the mechanical woik, such ns sold, slIver.coiitluuousBuni, celluloid and i ubber plates. mchUldly GNEW A ALLEN, 1 m STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo nsents for the celobtated Umaha and Leader stoves. Roollim and pioniptly and satNfactoilly done. Corner ot Mm ket and Thltd stieets, A. It. Glascock's old stand. npllddlw I(t II. TUAXEL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice ci earn pnrlors open for the season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh hi end of all kinds Fuinlslilns? wedding and pintles a specialty, l'rlces low. may Idly 7T1UANU. K. IMI1STEK, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manufacturer of Picture Kuunes and dealer In Miscellaneous Goods. mchUU y MAYSVILLE, KY-. lKANIC DEVINE, Mntutfactuier of OIGABS, Proprlci ' the colebiated brands: Hold the Foil, I'uiiur Queen nnd Mother Hubbard. Best cigars in tho market. Full vurlety of smokers' ni tides. Second ni "t, ally MAYSVILLE, KY. KOR'JK II. IIEISEK, G' :Dealer In: t OCERIES, Pineapple . Home-made Yeast Cakes. mnySOd1 SECOND STREET. -i s. Jimn, ATTOUNKY AT LAW. Itcnl lstnlc and Collecting Agency. CouitSt., (apl2d)y) MAYHVILLE. KY. ri M. WILLIAMS, Contractor and Builder. Plans and Specifications furnished nnd all woric pioniptly and MillMhctorlly done. Shop on second stieet, opposite IIIuli school. aplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. ni;o, cox.fcsoN, Dealois In staple and Fancy IDIRy GOODS, SECOND STREET. mcli311y MAYSVILLE, KY. a OLT KK'IIKSOX, Denier in Staple and Fancy has RRMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second stieet lately occupied by Chailes H Frank. uplWly ri u.n r a ooyi.i:, Every new shade in DRESS GOODS, Clashed Strawbeiry, Elcctile Blue, Egyptian etc., and new to match. Stcoudbt., mchaily MAYSVILLE, KY. C. OWKN't A CO J; This space lias been leierved for their LOOK OUT FOR IT. OII.V UICKKLKIt. Daily PISH Market. River, Lake and salt water fish. Pi lnes this day to 8 and 10 cents a pound. Market stieet, nlS MAYSVILLE, KY. t oiin n. roYXTZ.Jit., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and bet Companies. Insuies for full value. Low rate. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Office corner Third and Market stieets. aplQdly TAS. U. 3AI.LEE, CLAUESCK L. 8ALLKE. Nnllcc A Snllec, ATTOKNKYH AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (soplGdly) MAYSVILLE, KY T BLAKKIIOKOUCJII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters forClocks, Sllvor Goods, Jew- elryetc. All work promptly and llydoue. Second St., East of Market. apl7 i T V. S1MKKS IIKO., A'o. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS nnd Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. 6. 40, 45, 50. 00, ttf , 70, 75. and 90 Cts., $1.00 an I SL'25 pei yam. mcn.iuuy TAMES A C'AKH, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders pioniptly attended to nt ! nil times. Finest nnd late.t style Turnouts.1 I Hoieshouglittiudsoldou('omml.slon. Mar. ket St., tour doors below Central Hotel, nil! I JOHN T FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. I Represents the London and Liverpool and Globe. German American, of New York, and PhenK, ot Urooklyu. A No agent tor Hlue Lick Water. Otlk'e corner of Krout and Sutton stieets. upll7dly T F. RYAN". Manufacturer and dealer In hand, pocket aud pencil ! STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates Ac. Guns, Pistols, Trunks, Valises and I Sewing Machines repaired. Trumpets put un bells hung, and keys made to order. Stencil cutting a specialty. Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. TACOIJ LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and soda water. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished ou short notice. 45 Second st., may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. J W.UALIUtAlTII, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Itt'iil Estate mid C'ollectlntr Agency, Third stieet, near Couit house, mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY. T ANE A WOKKICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and spoclllcutlou furnislied nn reasonable terms aud all woik satlslactorlly and piomptlv done. Ofllceon Third street, between Wall mid Sutton. npllldly OKUISON A ICAOKLEV, M Wholesale ami Retail ' BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mliiSly) MAYSVILLE, KY. ! VTl'vS LOU lOU'LIN, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Lntest spring styles of Hats. Bonnets, bons, Floweisaud Mllllneiy Goods uonerally. r.iiiiie s'liisiaenoii uuitiauieeu in an cases. Second, opposite Opeia House, mitylly VptS. F, It. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Honnots, Laces nnd Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mis. Georgo lluriows' old stand. npllOdly C'OOUULE A IIOLTON, M 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS nt5cents Lawns fiom 5 cents to 15 ceuts. Parasols and woolougoods lu inoportlou.iust received, npl3dly T F, MAKSII, A'rronNEY at law, Justice of tho Fence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real ostato. No charges whatever unless a salo Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages &c, written at rates as low ns any oue's. Ulllce Llbiary Building, Button street, VTINS MAI II K CAItK, Secondstreet, January's Iilock, Millinery Goods Hats, Laces, Feathers, Tilmmluss etc., ol the latest ctvlcs. Pi Ices Low. inchSldly U IWIN, ICItNISIIIXU UOOOS ami OLOTHiira, Hats. Caps, Trunks ami Valises. Tho latest spilnn stylesl ust received. Market St.. aplOdly .MAYSVILLE, KY. VptS. A. J. WILLIAMS. OABPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CII KAP for the next thirty dnys, Call and see them. incli3iJly A'o. 20, East Second Street, M.AKCIIIKA'OX, (Formerly Miss Maggie Rasp,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. lias Just leeelvd a full upply of all of tho latest styles In Mllllneiy Ooods. Hats, Hounds. Laces. Tiimmliigs and all seasonable The ludlex nre Invited Jo call. MaiUot stiet, ai3ly MAYSVILLE. "jITUS. MAKY K. THOMAS, Dealer In Millinery and Motions, Announces that d)e has Just received lior spilng stock, which will bo found and that hi) bus also secured the ser vlcesof an accomplished lilmmer fiom Cln cintiatl. One pilce only. 13 E. feecond St., alMly MAYSVILLE, KY. A ro.Si: IACLTO.V A- IJIIO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds of vehicles on hand forsalo, hire or exchange. Hoises kept by day. week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Stablo In the west. Prices as owns any. Hest attention to vehicles stored. Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd i'Z west Second St., npl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. MEW VIHM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper A BIsset, Dealers In Stoves, Unities, Mnrblelzcd MitMtl,nnl iiiiiniifnctiirerH oTTlii, Copper nuil Sheet Iron Ware. Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter and spouting. Pinctlcal plumbers, gas and steam titters. Wrought Iron nnd lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly and warranted. 23 E. Second St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY. O WKSS A IIAKKLLY, Nos.67nnd 59 Second and 10 Sutton Ptreota, have Just received a lnr'o stock of improved ,MnTnn ,,..,. ri n, .-, VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving implement ever offered to farmeis. The best touueco hoes and tobacco barn haidware of all kinds. apUO p.VUL . ANDEItSON, TT55TWTrT'Tt6'' . jjzrnn 1 "" 1" .Wm mu m A'o. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY m tylJIy.d. r A, MK ANN, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Ituiinl RobPs and all ai tides requited by the und"itaklng tiade. Uiders pioniptly attended to day or night. m July A'o. (11, East Second Street, s, SIMON, -Dealer In- QUEEiSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass. Cutlery, Notions, etc No. 4 Mai ket Street, East side, between Second nnd Thlid. inlldUm MAYSVILLE, KY. O J. DAUGHKItTY, No. 6, West Second Street. MARBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always on hand. Oidois by mnll will receive tho same piompt attention as If delivered lu person. ap!3dly V n. OLlIAM, "plumber, Snnltnry Euslneer. Gns aud Steam-fitter. Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hoso, Sower Pipes, Lead and Iiou Piping, Stenm and Wnter Gauies. No. 8 west Second street, opposite Geiscl's giocory, apl7dly MAYBVILLE, ICY. 'II F. KIFF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Woik promptly nnd satisfactory dono. Teims reasonable rioni stieet, between. .Mm ket aud Sutton. apHOdly WILLIAM HUNT. Manufacturer nnd oiigitintor of tho brands of Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Hoise, Happy smoke, Tluee Beauties, Coidwood and Gold Slugs. Second Stieet, Maysvillo, Ky. VirillTE A OUT. PTJRITTJRE. Wo will not be uiideiold by nnv house In Keniucky or at Cincinnati, It we luivo hall a chance. nicli'Jldly MAYSVILLE, KY. T II. -MATHEWS .V CO., A Mauulactuiers and Dealers iu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash , Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcti3 )ij' MAYSVILLE, KY. Y T W. LYNCH, . Manufacturer of and Dealer iu BOOTS AND SHOES. Lndles'nnd chlldien's fine shoos a specialty Custom work made to order, Ropali lug neatly and promptly dono at moderato charges. No. 11 Market steett.lEast side. jiHy "MAYSVILLE, KY. YANCEY A ALEXANDER, OLD RELIAULE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and careful drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or week ou reasonable terms. Secoud St., between Market and Limestone. '