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TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 13, 1883. tf7.eoi. The above number represents tUo each week of the daily and Wkkkly ilui.Lmif. Advertisers are Invited tit enJl and aware theraselvos ot tbe truth of tlto stateraeat, anu mey are requested to bear in mind that our rates for Advertising are tin lowest. Qeh. Grant has decidod to livo permanently at Washington. i a deaths resulted from tho colliery explosion in England. ia m Twbntt thousand sheep wero killed in Ohio by dogs, tho past year Tub Oincinnatl Maennorchor contemplate building a hall at a cost of $100,000. fiuTLHB and Mnhono will nevor more inquire as to what the wild waves are saying. Nevor. A from Richmond, Va., oays words cannot describo tho enthusiasm causod by tho result of tho election in that State. Hov. Siuox Oaubkon is at Washington trying to havo Judge titcphon F. Wilson appointed to a vacancy on tho Supreme bench of Dakota. Tub railroad companies of this Stato, it is said, will make an effort, this winter, to havo repealed tho act creating a, railway commission. a a a Tub Presidential campaign, says tho Cleveland Herald, is not far away. Democratic papers havo already uccuaod President Arthur of playing a banjo. Tub voto in Now York on the proposition to abolish convict contract labor from Stato prisons, with but few districts to hear from, gives a majority of 234,070 in favor ot tho proposition. Rbvenub Aokmt Sworn recently suspended twenty gaugers and storekeepers from active service. A colored brother kicked and wroto an artlclo ngaltiBt Swope. Ho was asked from Washington to sond in his resignation. Tub diminished consumption of iron and steel in tho United States is indicated by the fact that for nine months of tho present year tho total imports have been but 640,020 tons, against 050,005 tons in tho corresponding period of last year. CoMuiBSioNKH Dudlbt'b tion that nono but attorneys in -good standing shall hereafter bo allowed to proctico boforo the Pension Bureau, is regarded in Washington as an oxcellont moasuro. Persons with no education and no placo of business havo acted as pension agonts, to the grief of thoso who wero so unfortunate as to employ them. John G. Oaiii.islb has arrived in Washington. Ho has eighty votes pledged him for tho Speakership, and expects to receivo upwards of ninoty on tbo first ballot and to be elected. Ho earn n tea Cox's strength at thirty-five votos and Randall's at sixty. It is claimed by the friends of Randall that tho recent Democratic dafoato have improved his chances. Dobiko tho last session of Congress the bill known as tho Japaneso indemnity bill was passod. Tho bill had been pressed before Congress for noarly twenty years by several attorneys, whoso feeB were contingent upon its passage. It now appears that tho Japanese Government expected that tho amount of indemnity, as well on interest for about twenty years, would bo paid by Con-gross. As tho bill passed It provided only for tbe roturn of tho Bum paid by tho Japanese Government, tho claueo for tho payment of interest having been truck out. It Is said that on this tbo Japaneso Government declin ed to pay tho full contingent foo as agroed upon. The attorneys in tho caso havo sent a representative to Japan to ask that the full feo shall bo paid them for their orvlccs. For and About Women. Tho girls of Princoton, Indiana, have organized an gum society. Miss Ford, of the Irish World, is in Dublin distributing to tlio families of the murderers of Lord Edward Cavendish and Burke, tho money collected for thorn in this country. Southern Shells. Georgia is introducing a system of froe bridges. The pocan crop of a singlo county in Texas is valued at $15,000. A vein of iron oro ton feet thick has been discovered on the farm of Judgo W. H. Winn, near Lexington, Ky. Texas organized sixty-eight now counties last year, making two hundred in tho State. Tho incroaso of her taxable, property in tho yoar was $130,000,000. Tho latest proposition for tho improvement of tho harbor of Vicksburg is to bring ttje,jnouth of tho Yazoo river to the front of tbe city. Tho project is said to bo practicable. A brldgo ovor tho Mississippi rivor at Now Orleans, whoro tho rivor is 2,407 foet wide, is projected. An engineer proposes seven spans of 300 feet each, ono to bo a draw. The piers are to bo piles, driven in clusters, and heavily capped and cased with iron. Tho depth of water will bo no obstaclo, as the piles can be spliced. Tho estimated cost is fl3,000,000. i FINERY FOR FAIR CROWNS. What Ruch Persons ns Princesses nnd tlio Like Wear in Hcndffcur. Tho Inst bonnet sent to tho Princess of Wales was of velvet, capoto shape, having on tho left side threo Hit-tons' heads. By tho way, tho latest novelty for trimming felt hats is a tiny little Kniy moiiBO running up tho crown, mistress pussy emerging from a bow of vel vet, muni poor mousey, n you wero alive, I would not give a sou for your life! Tho Grand Duchess Vludlmir, of Russia, has ordered a scries of bonnota, tho most charming of which aro a dark green velvet capoto with panncho of coral feathers, tlio folds of tho velvet crown secured by two minkturo pugs in carvrd wood, and a theatre bonnet which would mako you hold your breath in ecstatic admiration, it's so perfect. Of ivory vol vet, capoto shape, the brim is slightly turned up and covered with sealskin ; on tho left bKIo is plncod a cockade of sealskin "oreilles d'ours, ' flat mid pointed, lined with ivory velvet. 8trings of ivory ottoman; tho crown of tho is secured by a flno golden cord, and wo golden pins and chairs nttncli tho velvet folds hero and there. Of elegant simplicity this bonnet Is certainly tho highest nttainablo note, and is culled tho Ghnpeau " Gormaino." The " Malibran " is another creation of totally different stylo, and will suit beauties of tho dashing dazzling Spanish typo, high in crown, with broad brim, around tho edgo of which is placed u tiny boho oltssoof lace, shading tho face. On tho sido u large bow of black velvet, secuied by a jet dagger Passing around tho crown and knotted low on tho neck in charming carelessness is a toreado of canary ottoman velvet. COJUNTY POINTS. SAUDIS. Mr. Frank Hlnud and Miss Amanda Trigg visited relatives at Millorsburg last week. Mr. Henry Howard Hold a bunch of fat hogo, fair to good packer, lu Cincinnati at U 60 per hundred, Jnt week. Tobacco Is ourlng up nicely nnd some lins been strippudr Tine color will not be so scarce as lout hoiiviu. MlssLlssleUnuIt, the petltobcllo of Is tho guest of Miss Lizzie Hull. Our Jlmmlo, tho cutest beau or Burdls, Is ull Bult A noulden's tnnmmolh house, tho Arcade, wlllbulllumlnntedoii thoughts or the 18th and Mill Inst. Come out nud see It and putroulzo the festival. ir that anglicised word "bnptlzo" bad ben exp.essed In Kugusli lu thenrst editions of tbo new Testament, oceans of Ink, reams of paper ana disputes Infliilie might have been spared. Itev. P. B. Polllt t has undertaken tho task of reforming tho polltlcluuM. (See. his article In last week's Hum.ktin.i Think of Hlsyphus, dour brother, who was coin, polled to roll a huge stone to the lop of the hill, which oouRtHiitly recoiled, nnd made bis task lucessaut, nud don't he discouraged. A pleasant party of ladles dined wlih Mrs. Ellen M or ford on Wednesday lust, of Mis. II. M. I'yles, Mrs. Dnllas, and Misses Lizzie and Kunnlo Harrows, Mettle I'yles, Amanda Tilggaud I'hoebe llorudon. Uncle John Colo nut ou tho s onnir niuii and ssMsted Ills daughter In entertaining the guests, xiie cuisine wus perioct and relished by all. Home people know how to innko tholr frlonds happy. We saw a young miss skip out of one of our fashionable resorts the other day. saying that Miss Molllo rick had unset her summer bonnet and made a nice (all aud winter one of It; nud that Miss Mary T. Wh out ley had remodeled hor fall drew and mado It Into a fashionable winter one; andsho was so Jubllunt aud 11 vo. Humor hath It that a famous debater of the disciples (not Sweeney) challenged a linpttst minister for a public discussion of tho Issues between the two churches. Tho Baptist uroumr, so n is sum, iu a inngunga wnouy to his Christian cunllananr. nml ho tho duel ot words was ended. Our Baptist irlend. a linguist of no ordinary repute, doubtless employed the or Lt l.lr,..tn lanHiiniin In lilu renin A. grape boys all gallant nnd mo gins an smiies, passeu through ourvll lauo on Saturday last, marie uiihh fnlti.w Miss Lizzie Burrows aud K. P.Ulaud; Miss Ollto Bland and Lee Fox; Mis Madgo Bur- rows anu win. uauu; miss nettle I'yles and W. J. Uhanslor; Miss Nora Harris and W. T. Browning; Miss Carrie Hucklor and Cal. Arthur; Miss Florence Fleming nnd Miss Hell Arthur and John Fleming, drapes weregatbeied, "mashes" made, and an reiuruuu iiuuiu nureueiy nappy. Now. another debnto Is proposed. Hold I Euougul Wo should tako care that we do not carry our religious controversies so far ns to glvo the Infidel tho samo advantage over us in matters of faith that the ancient Pyrrhonlsts obtained over other sects In matters of nhllnunnhv. For all tbo sects of philosophers agreed luono thing only that of abusing each other. He therofore that abused thorn all round was of a majority, and as no sect got any praises except from tho disciples of their own particular school. Such party pauegyrlo wont tor uoiuiug. Long sermons and the nfterclapi spoil many cood dinners. Who went In nfmrnii in a nelabborlnu vllluire. The nnstnr innlin ono hour and a quarter, the senior elder got up and aud riveted and rein forcod what the pastor had said In a fow "lucongenlal" re- mams, o'lnsuiniug nueon minutes; men other services occupied tweuty mi miles, and thereupon the Junior elder and tho deacons eaoh hod a row remarks to mako, so It was threo o'clock when sho reached home with Invited company, and horror of horrors I what should she discover ou going to hor kitchen but to nnd her old cook fast nsloen. and her roast duck burnt to a crisp. Bite ays what followed resembled anything but lausuoo eiugiug pvun 10 inugouoririumph. NKIUIIUOKINU COUNTIES. SHOWN COUNTY, OHIO. Hllas McDonald had ono of his fingers cut ott by a saw at tho Lovannn Mill. Luther Purdln, who was Injured by the dUobargeofhlsgun, had his arm amputated. lludgot: Tbe case of Alois PfelfTor for shooting Wm. Bohwallle, bus been compromised and will bo dismissed at the preseut term of court. Budget : Wo learn that Alonto Ellis and Uenry Clark content plato purchasing tho property of John Culler, coruor Hooond and Cherry streets, upon which they will erect a largo tobacco warehouse. Budget : Miss Mary Perry, of this olty, was married to Mr. Leo Bulll vau, of Kentucky, at the homo of her parents on last Tuesday evening. Tho ceremony was performed by Ilov. J. M. Cocklns. It was a quiet affair. Miss Hophla Llnport. who was wounded while hunting gropes opposite Klnlov. ro. oelved sixteen shot In her lace. liersister was wounded In the hand. W. W. Huuhes is charged with having fired tho careless shot which wouuueu me young tauics. pOMHIHHIOH ER'A 8AI.K. MASON CIRCUIT COUNT. Wra.O.EItol'sAdm'x, vs. Plaintiff, Equity. Elizabeth Elttl et nls. Defendants. By vlrtuoofaludgmont nnd ordor of sale of tho Mason Circuit Court, rendered ut the October term thereof, 1S83, in the above cause, I shall proceed looflor for sale, on tho premises, on Second street, west of Bhort street, Muysvllle, Ky., to the highest bidder, ut public auction, ou Saturday, tho 17th day of November, 1883, at two o'clock p. rn. upou a credit of six aud twelvo mouths, the follow. Ingdoserlbod property, to. wit : Part of lot M, on plat of Maysvllle. with good brick dwelling tboreon, situated ou Second slreot, near Bhort, fronting 21 foot on Second and running buck 130 feet to an alley. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or sureties must executo bond, bearing legal Interest from day of sale, according lo iiiw, uiuuon win ue prepared to totniiiy promptly with those terms. Bonds payable lo Bpoclal Commtsslohor ISW DAN, I'KRRINB. HUNT. Manufacturer and originator of the celo bralcd brands of . OIO-ABS, Silver Dollar, Wra. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap- Hmoke, Throe IlcautlcH, Cortlwood and old Slugs. Becond Btreot, Maysvllle, Ky. 1 M. KOGBR8, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. U X. Bee. St, mchSOly it A yaVll.I.E, KY, a: a. nuowNiNd, h. d PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllco nnd resldonco corner of Third nud Button slroobi. Will give special attention to dheases peculiar to females. nplHdly MAY8V1LLE. A FINCH A CO., DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cbr. TMrd and Sutton Streets, mchSOly' MAYtiVlLhE, KY. k IIONAN'N BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom work n snoclalty. Largo stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No.47, Mnrkot slrco ,two doors bolow D. A. Klchardsou & Co.'s grocery. nld&wly MAYHVILLK.KY. p H. JUD, ATrOKNKT AT LAW. ttcrtl Es(nte nnd Collect hijrAiiciicy. CourtSt,, (apl2dly) MAYH.VILLE. KY. rt OI.T IIICUENON, Doaler In Btaplo and Fnuoy aROOEEIES, has RRMOVED from his old stand to tho building on Second street lntoly occupied by Charles H. Frank. ap!3dly T F. ItYAN. Gold, Nllvernnd Mcltcl ELECTRO PLATING, and Rnbbor Btnmp Work dono on short notice at Maysvllle Reinlilng Woiltfc, Ni. 8, Second atieet. npi71y J.K.RYAN. rABIEN A VAItlt, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Btreot Hark ordora promptly attondetl to nt all times. Finest and latest stylo Turnout. Horses bought nud sold on Com mission. Market St. four doors bolow Central Hotel. nlJ T W. NPAItHH & IIUO., No. SI, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30. SS, 40, 45, 6U, W), 5, 70, 76, and DO cU)., 11.00 and 11.25 per yarn. uiuuoimj rOUN U. I'OYNTaS.JU., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures for mil vnluo. Low rates. Losses promptly iinm. No discounts No delays, Olllco corner Third anu Maraei siroeia. upiouiy t ni.Auunonouan, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters forCIocks, Silver Uoods, Jew elry etc aii worn prompuy hiiu uy dono. tscconu hi., luist oi Ajaraci. upw TACOII I.INN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysters n specialty. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties uud weddings furnished on short notice. 35 Second Bt.. may3dly MAYBVILLE.KY. r ANE A WORIIICU, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans nnd sneelflnntlnnH rnriilsbed nil rea.s ouablo terms and all work Hntlsfiictorlly nnd prqmptiy none, umco on ruiru street, Wall aud Sutton. aplildly A HACK LEV.1 Wholesale nnd Retnll BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Seeona Street, (mh281y) MAYSVJLLK, K,Y. yr davis, rUKNIHIIINO GOODN mul Habi. Caps. Trunks and Valises. Tho latest ran styiesiusi reciveu. Market St., nplfldly MAYBVILLE.KY. i"1 B. M INKK A HUO, Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Leather And EUmiNGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Button streets. mch31dly MAYBVILLE.KY. UTK. V. 11. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Huts, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prlceslow. Second street, Mrs, Ueorgo Burrows' old itaud, apliedly VTINH MATTIE CAUIt, Second itrtet, January t Block. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., oi tho latest styles. Prices Low. mchUldly AWKNS A IIARUIiEY, Nos. 67 and 50 Second and 16 Sutton streets, have Just received a large stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest labor-saving Implement evor to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, npllfl HI HON, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, (Jloss, Cutlery, Notions, etc No. 45 Market atl cot, East side, between Second and Third, aaidBm MAYHVILLK.KY, FIRM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & lllssot, DfiilorN In Niove, Itmiges, Mnrblolxed maiinritct iirnrn ofTlu, 4,'oir niH Hliet Iron Ware, Spectul attention paid to tin rootling, guttei and spouting. Piantlcal plumbers, gus and steam titters. Wrought Iron ui.d lead pipes, do. All work attended to promptly nnd warranted. 'X K. Svond si., HlMly MA YUVILL1C, KY. tf "PRICE TtTggirrag6' OP A PEW LEADING ABTIOLES AT C. R. MABLEY & CO.'S, Six Stores in One, Fifth Street, Opp. Fountain, CXKrCXNN.A.'rX, OHIO. Men's -Tailor-made Clothing. Men's Durablo Union Casslmero .Suits (well sowed) $ 5 00 Men's Worsted or Chovoit Suits, dark colore 7 00 Men's Rlack Heaver Suits, very warm 10 Men's Fino ennsimeie, Melton or Dingonal Suits 12 Men's Fino Dresg Suits, 40 (UlTcrent colors and slianefl.. 15 T-H. A. J. W1M.IAB1H. OABPBTS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will bo sold OlIKAl' for tho noxt thirty days. Call and see them, mchiWly No. 21), East Second Street. MAHY E. TUONAN, Dealer lu Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received her full stock, which will bo found very attractive uud that sho has also secured the services of mi accomplished trimmer from Cin cinnati, uuopriconiuy. 18 E. Becond St., niklly MAYBVILLE, KY. "VTONK OAL'LTON A IUIO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full lino of all kinds ot vehicles on hand fnrsalo, hire or exchange. I torsos kept by day, weok or month. Largest and best appointed Llvory Hlablo In tho west. Prices ns towns any. Host attention tovehtulosHtmed. Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd ii west riucouu rii., apivuiy aiavoviliUK, k.x. 00 00 oi our suits aro cut bv tho latest Now York fashions, and aro mudo up by tailors. Wo do not keop what Is generally called "slop-shop " Clothing. Men's Overcoats. Men's strong nnd warm brown or t;ray Overcoats $ 3 00 Men's brown or black Chinchilla Overcoats G 00 Men's splendid blue, blat'k or brown lljrured Chinchilla 0 00 Men's plain and Fur Beaver nnd fancy Cassimero $7 and 8 00 Men's all wool bl'k blue or brown plain Castor Beaver.. 10 00 BST At $12, $15 nnd $18 wo show eomo of tho very finest Overcoats, cut in Prince Charles, and Lonjj Sitquo shape Moil's and Boys' Boots and Shoos Men's double-sole Alexis nnd Dom Pedro Shocs...$l &", $1 50 Men's English Balmoral and Whole Stock Aloxis 1 75, 2 00 Men's Kip Boots $2; men's Calf Boots 2 50 isovb'bo lit leather liookii iiinornis i uu, i to Boys' and Children's Clothing. Suits for Boys, ages 2) to 6, Kilts or Short PanU $2 50, $3, $4 Suits for Boyo, ngos 10 to 17, thousands ut $5, $0, $7, $8 and ji) Boys' Short Pants Suits, ages 3 to 12, sovoral styles of dark colors at $z ou. I'uncy pleated at $3 and $3 50. 1'lnchcck Kroy. $4. Twonty stylos nnd shapes, $4 50 nnd $5. Children's Overcoats, 2 to 11 years, thirty stylos, varylnjr la prlco from $1 05 to $2, $2 50,$3. $4, $5. Bovs' Overcoats, ngcu 10 to 17, wo Imvo a grand variety $3, $4, $5, $0, $7. Men's Furnishing Goods. Whlto or gray Merino Shlrta or Drawcra 25c., 35o., 60c. Scarlet all wool knit Shlrta or Drawers $1 00 Elegant gray or brown Morlno Shirts and Draw- ers 75e. Very hdavy Cotton Socks 10c., 16c, 20c., 25c. Shakor "Wool Knit Socks, elegant valuo 20o., 25c, 35c. Porfoct fitting White- Dr'esa Shirts, laundrled 75c., $1 00 Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. Ladles' and Misses' Pobblo Grain High But. Shocs..$l 23, $1 50 Ladius' and Misses' Oil Goat Button, with box too.. 1 75, 2 00 Ladies' Curacoa Kid, French heels 2 50 Ladies' French Mat Kid Scalloped Top 3 00 Boys' button Standard Screw London Too 1 25, 1 50 J Ladies' Glovo Kid, quartor ovorvamp 2 00 EVJLBy STYLE OF MEN'S OR BOYS' MATS WE SELL AT WHOLESALE JPB1CE. B-Any or the above good 'will Ue sent by express, C O. I with privilege ! examination before payment. II City reference is given they will be sent oa approval. In ordering give nif.o dcNircd and describe tho article wanted as well as yon can, and we will take great pains to till your order to tho best or ear ability. ISc particular to give FUJLli AHMUCESS, your name, town, county, State. 2V matter how small your order, you will save money by having traded with us. O. R. MABLEY & CO., Cincinnati, O. p AJIJlON, 'PHOTOGRAPHER, Becond streot.'ncxt doo to Dr. Mnrtln's aplCdly MAYSVILLE.KY. TOIIN T. 1'I.UHXNO. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents tlio London and Liverpool and Globe, German American, of New York, anil I'heiilz, ol Brooklyn. Also uguut Tor Blue Lick Water. Otllco corner of Front nnd Hut-ton streets. npU7dly r V.UAI.UUA1TU, ATI OBNBY AT LAW, Xlcnl Ilntoiiii(I Collcotluir ARtncy. Third street, near Court home, mylOly MAYSV1LLK. KY. r uoitui: n. iir.isKit, :l)enler In: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes, mayMly HKUONI) HTUKirr. r a, aiKAJVN. FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of llurlal Itobes nnd all articles re quired by tlio mulertuklnti trade. Ordei promptly attuuded to ilny or nlKlit. . majly iVo. 01, East Second Street, O J. DAUCJIir.HTY, ' No. 6, West Second Htreet. MARBLE Monuments, Tablet nnd Headstones nl ways on hand. Ordors by mall will rccelv tho same prompt iiiluutlou as II dellverel In pereon. ap!3dly ni r. uirr, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly nnd Katlufnotorlly done. Teims reiiHouablo. Front Btreot, between Market ntu! Button. aplllklly TlTcDOUGI.i: A IlOI.'lOrV, Havo Just received from tho manufacturers n full lltioofbcoHonablo goods for tho fall nud winter trnde. Jeans, Klnnnells, HlnnkoUi, Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, raletots nnd Call lu and bco them nnd ttot price. rlHS I.OU I'OWUNO, . FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, llonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and Millinery Goods Konornlly. ICntlrosatlHfacllon eunranteeil lu ull unses. Hecond, opposlto OporalloiiKO. maylly TJUNT A IIOTI.K, Kvory now sltodo In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electrlo Illuo, Kgyptlan etc, nnd now TrlmmliiB't to mutch. HecoudHt., mcliSlly MAYBVILLE.KY. T V, HAIISII, ATIOUNETATUW, JiiRtlce of tlie Pence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. WlllndvertlsenudseUroalo8tnto.NochnrKOs wlmtfiver unless a Mile Is consummated. Deeds, morUstiRos &o. written at rates as low ns any ouo's. Olllto Library llulldlim, Hutton stroot, )AUL. I. ANUEItSOS, dentist; IcLW No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Oien at all Hours. MATBVILLE, KY m iyl81y.d. UEIVITT O. FRANKLIN, DENTIST, B3"Noxt door to Bank of Mays, vlllo. stxl 1) II.T.1I. tt. H1IIT1I, DENTIST, Will devoto his wbolo tlmo to tbe preservation of tho natural teeth. Dr. O. W. Wardle will tako charge ol all the mechanical work, huoIi an koUI, silver, contlnuousgum, celluloid aud rubber plates. mchSldly yANCKY A ALEXANDER, OM REI.IAIII.E LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles of nil kinds, good stock and careful drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on teohounblo terms. Second st., between Markot and Limestone DIE 1IUUME. DYEING and CLEANING In Silk nnd Woolen Goods, Dresses, Hlinwls, HlbboiiH In nil colors. Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned and Dyed. Front stieet, below Hill House. b2I JOSEIMI IlBKNNEIt, Dyor, lAT .MATIIKW8 40 Manufacturers and Dealers lu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Bhtnglos, blinds, Frames, Doors, Bash, Knives, Fencing, Tobacco HoRsliendN, do. mcnSOly MA YS V1LLE, KX. O n. OLDHAM. k PLUMBER, Hanltnry Kuglneor. Gas and Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Uose, Hewer I'lpes, Lend anu Iron Piping, Hteara and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Beoond stroet, opposite Gelsel's grocery, apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. HEO.COXANON, Dealers In Staple aud Knnoy GOODS, BECOND BTIIEET. mcli311y MAYBVILLE, KY. nSstaTollslied. 1885. EQUITY GROCERY. Oi W. GEI8EL, No. 0,W. Necoud St., Opp.Ufiera Hobso, Frultsaud Vccetablesln season, Your patron ue respectfully eollclUxl. IMdly VyillTE A ORT. PTJUITITTJHE. Wo will not bo undersold by any house In Kentucky or nt Cincinnati, If wo havo half chance. mcli31dly MAYSVILLE, KY. VXT W. LYNCH, Manufaoturor of nnd Denlor In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flno shoes a specialty Custom work made to order, Itepulrlng noatlv and promptly doue nt moderate charges. No. II Market steettJEost side. ally MAYBVILLE. KY PBANH 1KVINK, Manufaoturor of OIO-ABS. Proprietor of tho celebrated brands: Held tho Fort, I'urlor Q,ueen aud Mother Hubbard. Best clgam lu the market. Kull variety ol smokers' articles. Beoond etreet, ally MAYBVILLE, KY I? If. TKAXEL, BAT?F1R AND OONPBOTIONBR. Ice cream parlors npon'for the season. Absolutely puro naudlori. Preslt bread of all kinds. Kurnlslilng woddlngs aud parties a spoolalty. l'rlces low. may Idly nONKW A AM.KN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, eto. Bolo agents for the celebrated Omaha and Leodor stoves. Hooting aud promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner of Mnrkot uud Third streets, A. ILOIhs. oooU'h old stand. apUBdlw SIMMONS' Medicated A Specific for Dyspepsia ad of the Kidneys. J AB been nscd with most (ratifying ano JT1..fc8?.,n mun' obstlnaU auttm. PrvT. F. W.Clark, pro fesMor of CUeralitry at th University Of Cincinnati ll thtl Ur Hlxlnna. to the same class wtlh that of th AllMhaay Springs, ol Vlrgluia," th madtelna! VlrtUM Of Wllfeliara too well kr.nwn fnltAataLI h.n Thoso whodeslie to try this famona wiUr aro referred to Captain C. W. Boyd, Lyann Ohio; Ol ytiuuiiu j. m. noiiowar, cinsinnaii, 'Jo: J. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale In half barrolssndjursbT m28dwtf UUU. constantly on hand. BIUUONB, Proprietor. AbarrfMn.Ohlo. MUM ANNA FRAZAR, iDoaler Int . Dry Goods and Notions, Furnlshlnn Goods, Books, BtattonMy and General Merchandise. UNDERWEAR for small ehlldran and grown rxrwoai a specialty. A largo stock of Hand-Made Knit Goods nil Hues nnd I guaranto suitifaetlon to all rasea. swmamplngdone toordsr. Tha pub. Ho patronage Is solicited. slSdtl . MI88 ANNA FRAZAR. A Genearl Request. IN rosponso to a very general requeat w havo been Induced to pax upon the market a full line of tha beet makes of SEWING MACHINES, which we offer at reduced rates. Needloa.OHs Allll At.tjlMinif.nta flv all kln4. a. u..l.li. omuiAu MUTiuii. a aompeteut workman In the oflloo will repair any kind ef Hew- ... iiuuiuii7 nu sausraeioniy, mltlng lliemaagoodasnew. A. BOimiEH 4 BOV, East Beoond street, Maysvllle, Ky. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE -EXAMINE Till TONTINE Savings Fund Plan EQUITABLE I ire Assumiice ocIettT Instead of lnveatlno In stocks, bonds er oth. er eeourltlea or depositing In Baring Rauka EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields a return oa an Investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity In case of death. Assets $48,000,000. JOS. T. BRODXIZOK. ( Hecond Htreet, MAYHVILLB. KY