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' s 4 THE DAILY BULLETIN. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 18S3. mttekum: ftie Evkning Bui,lktin is published dully, mid served tree of postage nt 0 (tents per week ; 25 cents per month; 75 cents nor three mouth ; 3l."u per six mnntlis, and $3 payable In advance. OUR AGENTS. -The following peisons are tueaut Utilized agents tor the DaUjY bul i.etin nt the plac" mined. Contractu lor subscription or advertising may be made with them: W.Hult. Clurv. Mt. Ori.PAn .1. s HI trln. Lewisburq W. T. Berry. MlNLKVA W. H. Mt. Omvkt Peter Myers. Helena. II. M. Harrison. J, A .riMikHMl. ORANa.nuRO K. I. Tnlle. Tuckaiiok. W. L. Holton. Slack's P. O. M. V. Moran. Eliaville W. H Stownit. GEKMANTOWN Klvdon & Bro Fakuow's Stoke S T. Fi'rrow. Mt. Caiimel T. A. Henderson. Fern Leaf Hurrv linruoyne Moni'itvsviLLF. W. T. Totnlln. FoitMAN'H SPRINGS. J M. Hiuvley. Washington M1s Anna Thomas. Johnson Junction. Scruggs & Bro. Hillsboko. Hev. W. H. Barksdnlo. Ir5,742 The number represents the circulation, each week of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves oi the truth of the statement, anil they are requested to bear In mind that our m e.s lor advertising are tlu lowest. The Adams and American Express have absorbed the Union Express Company. Tiik sons and sons-in-law of the Cabinet are well provided for, at the public exponse. The Ohio Republ'can programme is Baid to be Foraker, for Governor; Foster, for the United Senate ; and John Sherman for President. Tub Falls City Tobacco warehouse at Louisville claims to have made the best sale of the season in disposincof two hundred hogsheads at $18 and S20 a hundred pounds. The Cleveland Plaindealer says : According to a decision of a Columbus Judge no telegraph or telephone company can come along and stick up one of their ugly poles on the front of a man's property without his consent. Bless us, there is one Judze who thinks the people have some rights that a corporation must, respect. The Ila.rishurg (Pa.) Patriot says: A bill has finally passt'd both branches of the legislature width is intended to secure the ultim iteextermintimof that interesting and chipper member of the feathered trih'j ktiowu as the English sparrow. The meat-lire if it receives the governor's nature vill make it lawful to shoot this cIass of sparrjws at any and all times of the year. One reason for destrini; the extormin of these aggressive and quarelsome little creatures is that they drive otf other birds. Another for giving full license to shoot them is that they make a toothsome pot-pie and an excellent substitute for the more expensive teed-birds. The 1 itter reason is not set forth in the bill, b Jt it exisits all the same. The sparrows are useful. They do double the work of other birds it destroying bugs and vermin and they are nearly always gladly welcomed by the farmers. It U true that they drive oil' other birds, but the latter are, as a rule, chiefly ornamental. Usefulness should certainly take the preference of ornament in this case ami the sparrows be permitted to go on in theimool work. The pot-pie argument however is irresistible. If Bparrowp are as good to eat as reed birds and can be obtained much cheaper it would perhaps be better to let the crops suffer and oat the sparow. Having Fun flltliSlinrktj. Peels 'k Sim. They have a groal deal of fun on the coast of Florida with bharks. A 'shark will swallow anything that is thrown to him, like a politician. People- go out on excursions, armed with small alarm clocks about as big as a base ball, and throw them to the chalks which sport ubout the bo it lookms for something to eat. The shark swu'lowa the alarm clock, which is set to go off a few minutes later. Pretty soon the alarm strikes, and as it gets in Its work the shark begins to flounder around, looking scared, trying to throw up the clock, and as he turns palo and says his " now I lay me," all the tlmo jumping out of the water and begging to be forgiven, the people on tho boat laugh until their sides ache. It is rough on the shark at first, but we understand some of tho shark get to like it, and many have been known to flop out on tho shore and go to a jewelry store and ask for a key to wind up the clock that is in them. This last may seem like a fish story, but wo got it from a witness In tho Stnr Route trial, and it seems though it ought to bo true. DECORATION DAY. Although nearly a score of yearn have cycled away since tho fleice war between the Hectlons there seems lather to be an lncuaso than abatement in the beautiful custom of decorating the graves of those who fell during the struggle that deluged our land In blood. Tho same hand that puts n Horn I wreath upon the last resting place of htm who wore tho graj ; contilbutes a gailand to hlmjwho wore the blue. The asperities engendered by have died out, and with a charity overleaping all sectional boundaries, Northauu South only remember tho dend as those who fell In a cuiibo that they conceived to be right In this connection we give below u beHUtllul poem from Harper's Weekly nv u. it. stoddahi). I walked the streets nt midnight, Bui. my thoughts were far away, For my leaf ol Hie, now wlt.ieied, Wa green again with May. Tho snows of twenty winters Had vanished iroin my blow, And 1 (ah me I) looked torwnid, As 1 tookbaclcwaid now. Why should I not look forward? I knew my soul wasstiong: I kuow there was within mo The nilht there Is In Song. My heart was light and friendly ; I loved my fellow-men ; And I loved how much I my comrades, tor i naucomraues men. Where are those dear eld fellows? Ah I whither have they tlown? I ask myself at midnight, Ah I walked the streets alone. There was Fritz, the Irish singer, And Fred, the tender heart, And Huny, who lived for Woman, Aud Tom, who lived tor Art. Poor Fritz's song Is over. And the he.irtot Fred Is still: One went down nt Yorktown, The other at Malvern Hill. Wrapt In the blue they fought In, They burled tnem where they luy; And and Harry, Who wore, poor lads I tho gray. As I walked tho streetsat midnight, And remembered thj awful yeais That snatched my comrades from me, My eyes were tilled with tears. I thought of bloody battles, Where thousands such as they Hnd met and killed each other For wearing the blue and gray. Of happy homes that wero darkened, Of hearths that were desolate, Of tender hearts that were broken, Of love that was turned to hate. I oltled the wretched living: I think Id'd the dead; I know I sighed lor Hnrry, And dropped a tear for Fred. "Poor boys!" I said. But pondering What was, and might have been (What I am In tho sero leaf, And they were In the green.) I pitied my dead no longer, I did notd'ireto. No. They went when they were summoned; Before, they could not go. When we know what Tilte and Death are, We shall then know which, is best ; Meanwhile wellveand labor; Their labor done, they rest. J "' The earth lies he ivy on them.' "" But they d not complain ; Thev do not miss the sunshine, They do uot feel the rain. If they are ever conscious, In that long sleeD of theirs, It Is when, pt the winter, We leel the first spring airs. When the blids from tropic countries Come back again to ours, And whro of Into were snow-drifts, The grass is thick with flowers Such lloweisas will to-morrow B scattered they lie, The hlup and gruy together. Beneath the same sweet sky. No stain upon their manhood, No memory of tho Past. Exct'pt the common valor That made us One at last. THE liiVIlRER ON VACATIONS. How Men Should pend their Holidays Tire Monkey Barker'.- Courtship. Now York Snn. " Shoost now, ulrelty, der mosd of my feefdeen rend gustrmer3 are gidding completely played owid. During der vinter sach proken down ronsdid'ushiona are only enchoyed byuW pank cashiers, vlch always d ike to a sick pel as soon as dem ret get foun I owi 1, but apowd der first of Chnne effery man vich can afford it ri'.'ht avuy proke up trr't hart vork. Dem all neet a shange, efen if it is onlv der shange of trinking peer py Goney slant uf trinking'rt pv der city, or doing nodings in Europe in blaco of loaving py Nye Yorick. Also a few get so gwiek as their vifes py der ground avay. Dot's for many a man blenty rest un-1 vacation. ' I half my own obinion on dot vacation peezne?"s got, yet. I dink It neen brotty much humhucks apowd meet'na vacation from vork. Vork tond kill a man half a so qwlk as doin; rndingdoo much. Vot der piagst b irt of us vant is a leedlo vacation from our bleasnres and habits, alretty. Der man vich dinks he curd lif if he torn! got a trink visky eflery hafe hour he "hve.rr himselluf off. Chust der s.vtne der eampler; pedder he dook a vacation avay iroin his cards. Der pest resd for der uverjtch glerchman vouhl peon to sdop making long face-1 uf und lo iking around choot rs if der vos all n pig funeral, yet. Der veller vich amuse ilemsellufs rnit such leedle flyers by Vull sdreet v t dem cand sleeb die ni.'hta a veek, mid der chendlemen vich dink only uf pre.king vlinmen's hearts und p'llhrdblaying nnd on horse races pedding If dem should dake dake dwo voeks' vacation from all dem dings, dot vould peen der pesd dings owid." " Are you coing to go in the coun'ry this Bummer?" the reportor asked the monkev barber. "Vefl," ho replied, "if der poss vill vent avay a supple days a veek in der Rummer,"yet, und gif der shop a rest rnit his chaw, dot's vacation enough fur mo und der gusdlmers. Der rest uf my holidays 1'fo got to put in niit a blummer up down. I'm shbarklng a blummer for all ho is vorth, 60 I can marry his daughdor und redire. I'fe grushed der girl so she sents mo sick boodry owid from a den cent Aputu Wrider's Friend. She has efen vent bo far as to make shlibbors four size's doo shmall. Now, I'fo got to get some fine vork into der olt man." TIME TABLE Of tlio Kentucky Central Railroad. Time table in t fleet May 2'i, 18N3.) 10 12 stations Ex. Ac. A.M. I. M Lve.Maysvllle. 0 Oil 12 3 Sum'ltt 0 13 12 42 " Clark's.. (I 17 12 -Is " Mars'll.. I) V3 !2 03 " Helena. (J " I l " .lohn'u.. G -13 1 13 " Kllz'Ilo 0 49 1 2') " Ewlng... 0 53 1 25 " Cowan.. 0 C8 1 30 " P.Val'y. 7 U8 l HS " Meyers.. 7 15 1 45 " Cai lisle. 7 30 2 U'J ' Millers " Mll'bu'g 7 CO 2 18 " P.Ju'o'n Air. Paris 8 1Q 2 40 Arr.Lex'ton 0 10 3 45 Arr.Cov'ton 111 30 0 uo A.M. p. m 11 I 0 SIATIONS. Ae. Ex. A.M I'.M Lve Lox'lnii 4 45 Lve.Cov'ton '.HO Lve.Parls.... "d"45 5 35 " PJu'o'n " Mil'b'g.. "fas 'ii'oo " Carlisle 7 30 (3 20 " Movers. 7 45 0 34 " P.Val'y 7 51 042 " Cowan. H 01 0 52 " Ewlng.. m.7 (I.5S " Ellz'lle. 8 11 7 02 " John'n. H 17 7 08 " Helena. 8 2-5 7 15 " Mars'll. 8 37 7 20 " Clark'.s 8 42 7i Kiutt'itl H 47 7 38 Arr. Maysvillo 9 0.1 7 50 A.M. 1'. Si Connects nt Lexington with the V. &.O. R, B. tor Ashland, Huntington aud all points lu the East nnd Southeast with the C. N. O. it. T. P. R. R., for Chattanoga andtheHouth. with, the L. &. N. R. R, lor Frauklort aud Louisville. W.U.SADLER, Agent. May.sviile, Ky. C. L. BROWN, O. P. and T. A. ijoviiigtoii, Floiiiingshiirg nnd INitttrd (lap Connectlntf with Trains on K. C. R. R. 'jenve KiiEMiNasHOKaiorJohiihoii Station: 5:15 a. in. Cincinnati 9:l;in. n:. Maysvllle Accommodation 3:25 p. m. Lexlugtnu. 7:02 p. m. Maysvllle Expresj,. LeaveJoiiNsoM Station for Flemlugsburgoi: t ie anlval of Trains on the K. C. R. R.: u:23 a. m. 1:00 p. in. 9:4S n. m. ':X7 u. in. BUSHNESS HOUSES. o- The following are among the leading Business Establishments of Maysvllle. Customers Will tlnd these houses tellable and occupying a comtuaudlug positlou In their lines. A Locksmiths and Bell-Hangers. Are prepared to put up Electric Home Bells which are not exposed In the room like the old style. Prices low. Call and see samples. SecondStreet, myU MAYSVILLE, KY. A G. UKOWNING, Jl.O., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce and residence south-east corner of Third aud Sutton streets. Will el ve special attention to diseases peculiar to females. aplUdly MAYSVILLE. I M. KOGEIW, .DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. iE.Sea.St, mch3i)ly MAYSVILLE, h'Y, A t'INOII & CO., DEALERS IN; GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cbr. 77ifrti and Sutton Streets, inchSOly MAYSVILLE, KY. IIONAN'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom work n specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stite ,two doors below D. A. Rlclmidsou & Co.' grocery. tt4dJtwly MAYSVILLE.KY. NOUN. Dealers In Staple and Faucy No. 3. Enterprise Block, Second Street, npMdty MAYSVILLE.KY. p AMJION, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Second street, next door to Dr. Mnriln's apl'jdly MAYSVILLE.KY. IllHIEKT DAWSON & CO.. c. :Dealeis In: CIGARS and CONFECTIONERY. ICECHEAM A SPECIALTY. FRESH ROLLS AND CAKES EVERY DAY. SecondStreet, EAST MAYSVILLE. S. MINER A BRO, c Dealers in- Boots, Shoes, Leather Ami FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets. moiMldty MAYSVILLE.KY. 7U.T. 1I.N. S31ITII, 23EKTTISX, Will devote his whole time to the preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wardle will take charge ol ull tho mechanical work. such as sold, silver, contluuousgum, celluloid aud rubber plates. mch3ldly PO.Vlin' A- AI.EEN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole aRents for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves. RooflUK aud glutei I113 piomptly and satisfactorily done. Corner ot Mm ket and Third (streets, A. R. Glascock's old stand, aplllkllw U U. T.'tAXEE, BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER. Ice cieam parlors open for the seasou. Absolutely pure oanilles. Fresh bread of all kinds Furnishing weddlugs and pni ties n specially. Pi Ices low, mny4dly riKANK R. PIKISTER, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Manufacturer of Picture Frames aud dealer in Mlscellnueouj Goods. mclUM.y MAYSVILLE, KY'. p M. MIEE3AMS. Contractor and Builder. r Plaus and Speclflcatlons turulshed nnd all work promptly and satisfactorily done. Shop on second street, opposite Hlsh school. uplOdly MAYSVILLE.KY. pEIIRGE II. IIEISER, ; Dealer In: -GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. may30dly SECOND STREET. p s. jupd, ATTORNEY AT EAW. Real Estnto nnd Collecting Agency. CourtSt,, (nplSdly) .MAYgVILE, KY. TCKANK JEVINE, Manufacturer of OIO-ABS. Proprietor of the celebrated biands: Hold the Fort, Parlor Queen nnd Mother Hubbnrd.N uesi cigars in me fun variety oi .smoket.s' articles. Secoudstieet, ally MAYSVILLE.KY. pKO.t'OXfcS.V, Dealers in Staple aud Fancy IDIRY" SECOND STREET. mcli3tly MAYSVILLE, KY. CI Ol.T HK'IIKSON, Denier In Stnple and Fancy GROCERIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second stieet lately occupied by CliurleiH Frank. npltfdly TT VST A IOYlE, Eveiy now shade In DRESS GOODS, Ciushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., nnd new Pilinmlugito match. Second Si., mcliaily MAYSVILLE.KY. T . OWENS A CO This space has been reserved lor their LOOK OUT FOR IT. OlEX WHEELER. J ..P.yZlSH Market 1? Itrni T.nlrnniwl unit iirn I nt flu It Prlrma to- duced tills day to 8 and 10 cents a pound. Market street, u!8 MAYSVILLE.KY. JOHN II. POYXTZ.JK., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and bet Companies. Insuies for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Oltlce corner Third nnd Market streets. nplOdly T AS. U. SALLEE, CLAIIENCK L. 8ALLKE. Nnllee A Snllee, ATTORNEYS AT LAW INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Court Street, (sepIOdly) MAYUVILLE, KY T RLAKEBOKOUGIJU THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters forOlocks, Silver Goods, Jewelry .etc. All work piomptly aud satisfactorily done. Second St., East of Market. npl7 T W. SPARKS A I1KO., No.li, MARKET SfREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. Mi. 40, 45. 50. 0, Uo, 70, 75. nnd 00 cts., S1.00 nn I 41.25 per yard. mchOldly TA51ES bCARK, (Successors to Thomas Jacksou,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest htyle Turnouts. Horses bought and sold on Com mUslon. Mar ket St., tour doors beiow Central Hotel. n!2j TOHN T. FEEMINCS. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents' the Loudon nnd Liverpool and Globe. German American, of New York, ami Phenlx. ot Brooklyn. Also assent for Blue Ltck Water. Olllce corner of Front nnd Sut-' toustieets. apllaily T f. KYAN. Mauuf.ictuier and dealer lu hand, pocket find pencil STAMPS, RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, liates &c. Gnus, PIstoKTrunks, ValNes and Sewing Machine' repaired. Trumpets put up bells hum;, and keys made to order. Stencil cuttlnn specialty. Second St, npl7dly MAYSVILLE.KY. TAC'OH EINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice crr.wn and soda water. Fresh bread aud cakes. 1'attles aud weddings furuUhed on short notice. &i Second st.. may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. " W. U.1LUKA1T1I, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate anil Collecting Apeney. Third street, near CouU house, myloly MAYSVILLE. KY. r .VNE A WORRIVK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Pluns ami specifications furnished an reasonable terms aud all work satisfactorily and P'oinptly done. Ofllce on Third street, between Wall and Sutton. jVTORRINON A KACKEEY. Wholesale nnd Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Seconil Street, (mhCSly) MAYSVILLE.KY. f ErS EOU l'OWEING, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Latest splint; styles of Hats, Rounets, bons, Flnwtin and Mlllineiy Goods enerally. i KiithesiitUfaciloti uuuranleed In all cases. I Second, opi.oilte Opera Houic. maylly Tints. E, R. COLLINS, MILLINERYancI DRESSMAKING. Lntest styles of Hats, Bonuets, Laces nnd Mljllnry Notions. Ptlceslow. Second street, Mis. Geortfe Uuriowfc' old stand. apllOdly TVi"cioirEi: A HOLTON, 5,000 STANDARD PRINTS at 5 cents Job lot of seasonable goods Just received, Pilnts Lawns, Gluglmins, Parasols nnd Funs at bottom prices. npiaily I, MARSH, M ATfORNEY AT E1W, Justice of the I'ence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, morluatjes Ac. written at rates us low ns any oue's. Oltlce Library Building, Suttou street, TVTISS MATTIE CARR, Secondstreet, January's Block, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc, of the latest styles. Prices Low. moh31dly DAVIS, FURNISHING flllODN mill Hnts. Caps, Trunks and Valises. Tho latest spring stylesjust lecelved. Market St., nplGdly MAYSVILLE.KY. VritS. A. J. WIl.IilAMS. OABPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call aud see them. mchSOly A'o. IS, East Second Street. T1TRS. JI. AlK'IIDEAt'ON, . (Foimerly Miss Maggie Rnsp.) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full Mipply of all of tho latoststyles In Millinery Goods. Hats, Laces. Trimmings and all seaouablo novelties. The lnules are Invited to call. Market street, nU3ly MAYSVILLE. TITRS. NARY E. THOMAS, Dealer in Millinery and Notions, Announces (hut she has Just received her sprint? stock, which will be found very attractive aud that she has also seemed the services of an accomplished tilmmer Horn Cincinnati. One pilce only. 13 E. Second St., aOJty MAYSVILLE, KY. VrOSE DAI'ETON A DUO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exohane. Homes kept by day, week or mouth. Largest aud best Livery Stable lu the west. Prices as owns any. Best attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. -in nnd 42 west Second St., apl7dly MAYSVILLE.KY. TyEW FIRM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, 1 (Successors to Cboper & Blsset, - i , i f Dealers in Stoves, Ranges, MarhtclzcU Mantel, nitl iiiaiuiliicturcr oi'Titi, Copper nuA SUeet Iron Wnre, Special attention paid to tlu rootling, gutter and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lend pipes, &a. All work attended to promptly und warranted. 23 E.ecoud 8t, nfldly MAYSVILLE, KY. ' AWENS A BABKLEY, Nos. 57and S9 Second and 10 Sutton streets, have Just received, a, Jnre stock of Unproved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered to farmers. The best tooacco hoes and tobacco baru hardware of all kinds. apllO OAUEiO. AKDERSON, dentist; A'o. 21 Mmrket St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hours. MAYS VILLE, KY m iyl3ly.d. r A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full Hue of Burial Robes and nil articles required by the undertaking trade. Orders piomptly attended to day or uiijht. liiSUly - Xo. 61, East Second Street. s, hlMON, Dealer QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, lass Cutlery. Notions, eto No. 45 Market St tieet. East side, between Second and Third, u2ldiu MAYSVILLE.KY. O J.nAUOIIERIY, No. 0, West Second Street. YjHl3FID. Monuments, Tablets nnd Headstones always on hand. Oiders by mall will receive the same prompt ntteutlon as If delivered In pen-on. uplSdly O II. OEIHIAM, ' 'plumber, Sanitary Engineer. Gas nnd Healer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Hose, Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Pining, Steam and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Second street, opposite Gelsel's grocery. npl7dly MAYSVILLE. KY. 'p r.kiFF, . ., BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALLHOURS. Work piomptly nnd satisfactorily done. Teims reasonable. Front street, between MaiketaudSuttou. apllOdly riLLIAM HUNT. W Manufacturer nnd originator of the bruudsof Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hai py Sniolte, Three Beauties, Conlwood an Gold Slugs. Second Stieet, Maysvllle, Ky. rillTE dc ORT. W FXJUITITTJIIE. We will not be undersold by auy house In Kentucky or nt Cincinnati, It we have half a chiiiice nich31dly JIM YS VILLE, KY. y U. M ATIIEW'.S A COT! -.Manufacturers nnd Denleis lu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shluglps, blliuU, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fejiclnij. Tobacco Jfco, iucn3ily MAYSVILLE.KY. Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have Just received their Spring Stock of DoiuestlcOoodsof the luteatstyles, prices reasonable aud work the best. nu'Jly iy w liVNt'ii,. Mnuufnctuier of aud Dealer lu BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' nnd children's flue shoes a specialty Custom work made to order, Repairing neatly and promptly douo at moderate charges. No. H Market steett,East side. ally -MAYSVILLE, KY. yANCEY A ALEXANDER, LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES? Vehicles of nil kinds, good stook and earefuli urivers. Horses uopi ny the uay, or weeit on ; reasouaoieierms. oecouusc, uotweeu iuurutu and Limestoue.