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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY
EVE., NOV. 20, 1883.
7,601.
Tho above number represents tho
each week of the Daily and Wickkly
ItULLKTitf. Advortlsors aro lnvltel to call
nnd assure tliemselvos ol tho truth of tin
statement, and they are requested to bear It
mind that our ra es for advertising are thi
lowest.
i
snows aro predicted this
winter.
i m
There is talk agnin of tho mediation of
England in tho Tonquin trouble
The decreaso in tho public revenue
the past fiscal year is estimated at $40,000.
CONQUESSMAN W. M. SPRINOER
nounces that ho is still a candidate for
Speaker.
It is stated that tho Vatican has con
sented to appoint a Nuncio to tho Uni
ted States, in accordanco with tho wishes
of tho American Bishops now in
Komo.
The collections in tho Cincinnati Dio
cese ordered by tho Topo for the support
of missions and schools among tho
and Indians amounted to $2,050.
Anna Dickinson will take to tho platform
again. Sho will lecture under the
auspices of tho Knights of Labor, and
will keep it up until after tho next Presidential
election.
Amono tho Masonic bodies of Cincin
nati unusual interest is being shown in
tho approaching election. Tho merely
"good fellows" will not bo put forward
forofTico as has sometimes happened,
Job Blackburn has a considerable following
in Kentucky for the U. S. Sena-
torship. His friends complain that
Cerro Gordo Williams went too far in
tho matter of fixing things up previous
to the election of tho Legislature in Au
gust.
m ....ii.-
Tub uniform railway timo went Into
eflect on nearly all tho roads of the
country, and no accidents from tho
chaneo Is reported. Tho Western Union
Telegraph Company will adopt tho time,
and tho Chicago Board of Trado is also
to bo called to order by it.
' ' I Ml I !
Navigation has closed on tho lakes,
with a heavy stock of grain in Chicago.
Prices fell off a little on Saturday in con
sequence. Thoro wero 313,000 hogs re
ceived during tho past week, and 250,000
moro aro expected tills week. Slaughtering
has been actively begun.
A rossini.n topic at tho coming session
of Congress will bo the Choyonno and
Arapahoo Indians' loaso of 3,1 17,800 acres
of grazing land at two cents an acre.
Tho syndicate which got the lease, whfeh
runs for ten years, have just mado tho
second half-yearly payment, aggregating
over $31,000. Every man, woman and
child of both tribes was paid $5, the
motiny being in $1 and $2 greenbacks.
Tho noxt payment will bo in cattlo, as
tho leaso calls for half money and half
cattlo. In tho Indian Territory it is be
llevcd that a number ot United Senators
and members of tho IIouso of Repre
sentatives aro Indirectly interested in
tho leaso.
m
Numerous aro tho interesting facts
which appear in tho report of tho Surgeon
General of tho army for tho fiscal
yearthat ended Juno 30, 1883. None
aro moro interesting, however, in the
suggestions involved than that which
states that among colored troops thero is
a larger proportion of tho diseases of
th nervous system than among the
white. Thero is a peculiar reason for
dwelling upon this feature, seeing that it
is accompanied witii tho statement that
tho proponderenco remains unexplained.
This would imply that an effort had
beon mado to discover tho causes, but
that these hauled skillful research. The
organization of tho averago whlto man
is commonly supposed to bo more
to tho encroachment.
Tjik Westchester (Pa.) Local says: An
interesting illustration of tho manner in
which dimo novels net upon boys' brains
has rocontly been given at Cleveland,
where a boy aged fourteen was tho organizer
of a secret society, to bo called
" Tho So'cloty of tho Silver Skulls." The
principles set forth by this delightful as- j
Bociatlon included an unmitigated curso
upon all those domestic and friendly relations
which men hold dear, and the invocation
of various appalling calamlti a
upon whooyor should provo a rencgadp.
In tho present ago thero is no reason wl y
good and entertaining reading should
not bo furnished to boys and girls of all
ages. Never has reading of this kind, intended
especially for juveniles, so great-abounded
as at present. Nevor before
havo so many writers of talont, so many
draughtsmen of skill and so many pub
lishers of respectability, backed by
money; lent thoir aid to supplying children
with reading matter of the first order.
Tho class of "lltoraturc," thoreforo,
which comes under tho denomination of
dimo novel ought to dio. Thoso parents
must bo very unwatchful or oxtiomely
foolish who can allow their sous to
buo a courso of reading, tho tendency of
which is to arouso tho worse instincts and
extinguish all tho host. Tho Cleveland
youth recently disappeared from his
homo, taking with him two revolvers.
This looks as if ho woro going to join
either tho cowboys or tho Indians, a little
fraternization with whom would perhaps
dlsBipato his ideals.
Card from Mr. Taylcnre.
Maybville, November 10, 1883.
Editor Bulletin Dear Sir: A reduction
in tho price of seats has been suggested.
Thoro tiro several strong reasons which
forbid my consent. Permit mo to quote
two of tho wisest practical importance
Flint, I cannot afford it; I pay Mr. nnd
Mrs. Clianfrnu considerably over $100 a
night, my compnny (tho best J could procure
In Now York) travel and priutiiiKCOst
$140 a night mora ; crowd tiio hall at $1
a seat and I should barely get hack my
expenses. I visit Maysvilla almost annually,
becauso I like tho town, but to
ask mo to confront a certain loss in order
lo gratify that likimr, is neither wise nor
fair. A second, and equally potent renj
son is that I linvo tried tho "reduced
prico" iixpcriment, but nevor with
and how could I play for 75 cents
horo when tho samo accommodation
commands $1 in Lexington and elsewhere.
In New York nnd theronboutB
$1.50 is charged for resorved seats. True
the scenic equipments, &a, are superior,
but to enjoy them tho cost of a f.tro to
that city should properly bo counted. 1
am not responsible for tho scenic
of your ball, but the same per
formanco that one pays $1 to seo in the
north cau hero bo witnessed for 75 and
50 cents. Cheap enough in all reason.
Kpniriim nnn rimnnt fairlv nxnect to litlV
silks at prieeB usually pafd for calicoes. I
bring hero two "stars," and a company
crowned with the applause ol isoston, iNow
York, Philadelphia, I'hicngo, Now Oi-leans,
Louisville and every other
and surely tlioy aro worth being
seen by tho intelligent public of
at a less avcrago prico than is demanded
in tho cities named. Respectfully,
Clifton W. Taylkukb.
High Steeples.
Tho following aro tho heights of a few
of tho tallest steeples :
Keot.
l'lnn, lean I UK tower. 179
llultlmore, Washington Monument 2lii
Montreal, Notre. Dame Cathedral 22(1
IloHton, Hunker Hill .Monument '221
Montreal, English Cathedial 'Hi
Pari". Notre Da mo Wl
llologua, leaning tower. '.72
Culm, minaret of Mosque or Bultau Has-Kin.
hlKliest Molmmcdan miuuiet ill
tho woild - '2X2
New Yoik. Trinity Church 2.HI
Florence, I'ampaulle, or Giotto's Tower... 'M
Lincoln, Cathedral im
Washington, Cupltol.. SifJ
Venice, Cnmpanllo 1122
New Yolk, Ht. 1 utrtck's CalhoJrul (lo be
when completed) S3
Utrecht. dihedral (tonnerly 3JI) 3.M
Kloieucu, Cnlhedial - 852
Mlliui, Cathedral ... .155
London, Ht. 1'aul's 60S
Brussels, Hotel do Vlllo W0
Lubeck, Cathedral !!5
A n t worp, Cat lied nil 4u2
AtnleiiR, Cathedra! 422
Hamburg, Bt. Michael's 428
Laudshui, Ht. Murllu's . . 435
Cairo, 1' nun Id of Cliefion 410
Vienna. Ht. Htophen's 419
Culio. l'yramlp ol Cheops loriglual height
4ya 450
tome, St. I'utei 'ii"?"n'"?.l'Z'Z?l. 455
Itoueu.Notia Dame .. 465
Blrawtburg, Cathedral- 4tW
Hamburg. Ht. Nicholas 473
Cologne. Cathedral 611
Wushliiglou Monument (to Uej 653
PitomiiiTiON has mado great advances
in Georgia within n few years. In order
to ascertain just wiiat the existing sitinv
tlon was in that respect tho Atlanta Con
stitution recently uddressed to county
ofilcerB a circular which lias elicited re
plies from 125 cf the 140 counties in tho
Stato. From theso responses it appears
that total prohibition obtains In 55 counties
and partial prohibition in 30; wliilo
from 25 comes reports that tho prohibition
movement has either been defeated or Is
regarded with indifference.
A Murder Explained.
From the Vanccburg Courier.
Tho Miiysville Bullktin. of last week.
publishs what it claims to be n perfect
picture of Zorn Bums, tho young girl so
mysteriously murdered at Lincoln, 111.
That picture settles It. Sho ought to
have beon killed mid her carciiBS linng
up tor a scarcrow.
.
riibiio'upinioii.
Sunday Morning Call.
Tho hog must go. Stramrers as well
as citizens consider linn tho greatest
urawnacK to our city.
Dr. Ntocher lo Urslgii.
IJjcklin, Nov. 1!. Friends of Hov. Dr.
Stockor deprecate his action In iwrslstlug
lu tho attempt to expound his views to
Ilritish audiences ufter tho recent tlasco In
Memorial Hall, London. It is probable
Dr. Stockor will resign his position of
chaplain to the Gorman court on his return
to Berlin.
Reinforcing the French FIiL
TxniB, Nov. 19. It is announced that tho
French Fleet in Chinese waters will be
largely reinforced. Tho protext given for
this action is that tho lives of French residents
in China aro In danger from mob
violenco.
Human About the t'aiuurlu Work.
Jounstown, ra., Nov. 19. Tho Cambria
Iron Company has announced that there
would bo a reduction of ten per cont. on
all wages, December 1. It Is now rented
that tho works will bo closed indefinitely,
but lacks continuation.
Ntarretl Himself lo Death.
BiLaiiADE, Nov. 10. Two of tho leadori
of tho Servian rebellion havo been sentenced
to death. Thoodorwltch, oditor of
a radical organ, who has been imprUonod
for boma time past, diod in prison to-day,
having voluntarily starved himself.
Dentil of au Eminent Optician.
Boston, Nov. 10. Robert B. Tolles, one
of tho loading opticians of tho world, has
Just diod in this city after a lingering- illness
which finally culminated in Bright'
dlseaso.
A Sloiimneiil lllown Down.
London, Not. 10. The squall which
struck I'qrjsrnoutn yesterday threw down
tho monument erected to tho memory of
tho British soldiers who fell In tho Zulu
war,
More French Itelnfbrcemeiita.
Paws, Nor. 10. A new brigado of Zou.
avos has been recruited for servico in Ton.
quin and will be dlspatchod to Admiral
.CourHt Immediately.
STEAMBOATS
VuiiccbiirK. Koiiix, Concord.
and MnyNVlllo Dully racket.
HAND V- Hkddk.n, dipt,
Lrfjves VaiicehtirK dally at
fi o'clock a.m. for Ma ysvllle.
Leaves MuvhvIHh l::ii . m.
Counoets at Manchester with stage for Wtt
union. por rroiuutor piuwago apply on board.
HUNT.
Manufacturer and originator of the cele
bratod brands of
Stlvor Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Ilorse, Hap-
Bmoke, Tliroo Iteautlos, Cordwood and
old Slugs. Uecond Utroet, Maysvlllo, Ky.
A M. IIOGEKH,
DBA LEU IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
U S. Bee. St, inchSOly MA rsVILLK, RX,
A.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URCEON.
O til co nnd residence corner of
Third and Mutton streets. Will give special
attention to dlsoascs peculiar to fomalra.
aplMdly MAYHVIliLE.
A.
a. BBOWNUIU, M. D.,
F1N1I A CO.,
DEALEU8 IN
GEAINrFLOUE and HEMP.
Cbr. Third and Button titreett,
mchSJly' MAY8V1LLB, KY.
A IIO.VAN'N
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a Rpeclalty, Large stock. AU
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market slree , two doors below D. A.
Klchardsou & Co.'s grocery.
ald&wly MAYBVILLK.KY.
r h. ju,
ATroltNEY AT LAW.
Rcnl EHliileniulVollocllntrAicency.
Court HU, (apl2dly) MAYHVILLE. KY.
O IT KICUKSON,
Dealer In Htaplo and Fancy
has HKMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Hecond street lately occupied by
Charles II. Frank. npl.Sdly
T V. ItYAN.
Gold, Hllvcrnnd A'lckel
ELECTRO PLATING,
and Unl ilier Slntnp Work done on short notice
at Muysvllle Iteialrlng Works, No. 8,
Second street. apniy J. K. ItYAN.
IAMKS fc CAItH,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stablos
Street Hack orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bouuhtandsoldon Commission. Mar
ket Ht. four doors below Central Hotel. a!23
T XV. NlMItUH fc KKO.,
Ho. "2A, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS, OILCLOTHS
UIIU tTJUUUtV niltlUCB. UIWU UUIJVW1 UkUU, w,
40, 45, SO, 00, 05, 70, 75. and W cts., 11.00 au'l I1.V5
per yard. mcuSIdly
JOHN II. l'OTNTZ.JB.,
INSURANCE AGENT.
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
full value. Low rates. Loshos promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Office corner Third
and Market streets. aplGdly
r uxAKKiionocaii,
THE BOSS
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Ileadquartent for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jow
elry etc All work promptly and
liyuone, tsoconuHl,, f.osioi aiaritci. apn
rACon X.ISS.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Oysters a
and cakes. Parties
specialty,
and wedd
on short notice.
X Second Bt., may3dly
fWENS A UARULET,
Noi
havo
Fresh bread
dings furnished
M AYHVILLE, KY.
r ANE a womticu,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and speclflcations furnished an reas
onablo terms and all work satisfactorily and
done, oniooon Third street,
fnomptly and Sutton. aplildly
VTOBKISON A KACKIiET,
Wbolesaloand UeUll
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (rahiSly) MAYSV1LLE,KY.
jyj BAVIN,
rOKNIHIIING GOODS and
o Xj o mac i nsrG,
Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest
fall Htylesluat received.
Market HU, apl6dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
c,
H.MINKIIA IIKO,
Dealors In-
Boots, Shoes, Leather
And FINDINGS,
No. 1. Second, cor. Button streeta,
moh3ldly MAYBVILLK, KY.
ATR8. V. II. COLLINS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, lionneta, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prioeslow. Bocond street
Mrs. Oeorgo Uurrows'.old stand. apllWly
VpHH MATTIE OARR,
Beeondtreet,JanuarM Stock.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathern, Trimmings etc,, of the latest stylos.
I'rlccH Low. mcliSldly
RT nmt Ml HamhiI ami 1A DmIIam a,MAAf
Just received a large stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the great est labor-saving Implement ever offered
to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, aplie
Q NIKON,
Dealer In
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass, Cutler
Street, Kost si
oldSin
y. Notions, etc No. 45 Market
ilde, between Bocond and Third,
M A XnVllililS, KY.
MEW FIRM,
BISSEr, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Succossoru to Cooper & Illsset,
Dcnlnrs Im NIoveH.Knnicea, Niirbteliett
Mull,itnil iiiaiiiirHcturer ofTIa,
firvr ntin niirvii irfin nare,
Special Rttentlnn pnldtotlu roo fling, gutter
and spoutliiK. I'rnctlcal plumtierM, gas and
steam flttem. Wrouxhl Iron aial lead pIjhju.
Ac. All work atleudnt lo promptly nnd
warranted.
ia B. U, alMly MAYHVILLE, KY.
ItTKM. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CHEAP for the noxt thirty days.
Call and seo them.
rachlMly
Jfo. 29, Ktut Second Street.
MAKY :. T1IOMAN,
uoaior in
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just recelvod her
fall stock, which will bo found very attractive
and that she has also hecurod tho services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cln.
clnnatl. One price only.
iaK.BeooudsU.aWly MAYBVILLK, KY.
"MTOSE DACI.TON A 11UO.,
GOOD INTENT
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full lino of all kinds of vehloles on hand
forsalo, hire or oxohango. llorsos kept by
day. week or month. Larsest and host an
notated LI very Btable In tho west, i'rlcoa as
low as any. Uest attention to vehicles suited.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and ii wost
Becoud bt., apl7dly MAYBVILLK, KY.
-OP A PEW LEADING ARTICLES AT-
G. R. MABLEY
VANtlllY A- ALEXANIEH,
OLI KKI.IAIILi:
LIVERY, SALE AMD FEEO STABLES,
Velilelerf ol all klndn. (joo.1 stock and eii refill
HorM,H kept hy the day, or week or
reasonable leruiH. HocouiImI., IkiIwioii Alurkel
and Limestone.
titaykvim.i: lE iioiini:.
DYEING and CLEANING
In Bilk and Woolen Good', Drrssos, Blinwls,
HIIiboiiHlu all colors. (Jelitlemoa's clothliiK
Cleaned and Dynl. Float nIuoI. below Ulll
Hotue. s21 JOSEl'll UllENNKlt, Dyer,
YVT II, MATUEVYN A, ..
Manufacturera and Dealora In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, BhlngleH, blinds, Frames, Doors, Bash,
Btavtis, Fencing, Tobacco lloheiuls, Aa.
mcnauiy MA YS VJLLE, KY.
C H. OMHIAJI,
"plumber,
Hanltary EiiKliieer, Oas and
Dealer In
w
uluiiiliers uools. l'uiiius. llohe.
Sewer Pipes, Lead and iron J'ipliiu, Hleam
and Water Gauges. No. H west Hecouil street
oiiposlte Gelsel's grocery,
ai17dly A1AYHVILLE, KY.
pi:o,;ox.tso.,
Dealers In Btapto and Fancy.
JDttlZ:
BKCOND BTUEET.
mchSlly MAYBVILLE, KY."
EDta,"tolioi5.od. 1865.
EQUITY GROCERY.
O. W.
No, t),W. Neeoml !St.,Opp.l"rn, House,
Krultsand VeKetableslnsetuMiu, Your natron.
ui respeutlully solUillfl. IHdlv
1IITK A" OUT.
FTJHITITT7IIE.
Wo wilt not bo undersold hy any In
Kentucky orat Cluclnnatl, If we huvo halts
chance.
mchaidly
MAYBVILLE, KY.
11" W. LYN!II,
Manufacturer of and Dealor lu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's flnoshoes a specialty
Custom work mado to order. HepalrliiK neatly
and promptly done at tnodorato charges.
No. ii MarkulsteelLIKnst side.
ally MAYBVILLK. KY
rjiKANK ih:vim:,
Manufacturor of
Proprietor of the polehratel hrnudsi Hold
the Fort, I'urlnr Queen and Motlior Hubbard.
Uest cigars In tlio uiarlcsL Full variety ol
smokers' articles.
Hecond street, ally MAYSVILLK, KY
U II. TRAXKL.
BAKER AND OONPEOTIONBR.
Ice croam parlors open for the soason. Absolutely
pure caudles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnlsliluii woddlngs and parties a
spcolalty. 1'rlces low. mayldly
PlGNKlVAAHIiN.
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc Holo agouts for the celobratod
Omaha and Lea ler stoves. Hooting and guttering
promptly and satisfactorily tloiio. Corner
01 Market and Third lutruols, A. It. Glascock's
old stand. apUUdlw
&rG0.'&
Six Stores in One, Fifth Street, Opp. Fountain,
ciixrciwia'A.Ti, ohio. ,
Men's Clothing. I Boys' aiid Ghildron's Clothing.
Mod's Durablo Ulilon Casslmoro Suits (well sowed) $ 5 00
Men's Worsted or Chovoit Suits, dark colore , 7 00
Men's Black Denver Suits, very warm ,... 10 00
Men's Fine casslmoro, Melton or Diagonal Suit? 12 00
Men's Pino Dress Suits, 40 different colors nnd 15 00
rAll of our Bitlts nro cut by the latest New York fashions,
and nro mado up by first-class tailors. Wo do not keep what
is generally called "slop-shop " Clothing.
Men's Overcoats.
Men's strong and wnnn brown or crny Ovorcoats $ 3 00
Men'B brown or black Chinchilla Overcoats f 00
Men's splendid blue, black or brown figured Chinchilla 0 00
Men's plain nnd Fur Beaver nnd fancy Oassimuro $7 and 8 00
Men's nil wool bl'k blue or brown plain Castor Heaver.. 10 00
JteJTAt $lli, Slontul sltf wo show some ol tno very nnest,
Overcoats, cut in Prince Charles, Ulsterette, Newmarket
and Long Saqtie shape.
Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes
Men's Alexis nnd Dom Tedro 8hocs...$l 2-"i, $1 CO
Men's English Balmoral and Whole Stock Alexis 1 70, 2 00
Men's Kip Boots $2; men's Calf Boot 2 50
Boys' solid' leather Hook Balmorals 1 00, 1 15
Boys' button Standard Screw London Too 1 25, 1 60
Suits for Boys, nijcs 2 to ft, Kilts or Short Pants $2 50, $3, $4
Nuns for Boys, ages 10 lo 17, thousands at $5, $0, $7, $8 tnnl i
Boys' Short Pants Suits, nges 11 to 12, sovcral styles of dark
eoloia at $'2 50. F.inev pleated at $3 ami $3 50. Pinchcck
grey. $1. Twenty styles and shapes, $4 50 nnd $5. Children's
Overcoats, 2 to 11 years, thirty styles, varying in prico
(rom $1 05 to $2, $2 50, $3, ?1, $5. Boys' Ovorcoats, nges 10
lo 17, wo havo u grand variety $3, $4, $5, $0, $7.
Men's Furnishing Goods.
White or gray Mprino Shirts or Drawers ...25c., 35c, 50c.
Scarlet all wool knit Shirts or Drawers $1 00
Elegant gray or brown Merino Shirts anil Draw-
Very heavy Cotton Socks 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c.
Shnkcr Wool Knit Socks, elegant valuo 20c, 25c, 3."c.
Peifect fitting Whito Dress Shirts, laundried 75c, 51 00
Ladies' and Misses' Shoes.
Ladies' and Misses' Pebblu Grain High But. Shoes..$l 25, $1 50
Ladies' nnd Misses' Oil Goat Button, with box too.. 1 75, -'2 00
Ladies' Curacoa Kid, French heels 2 '50
Ladles' French Mat Kid Scallonod Ton 3 00
Ladies' Glovo Kid,-quarter overvamp 2 00
EVJLJiy STYLE OF MEN'S Oil JiOYS' MATS WE SELL AT WHOLESALE JPBICE.
ft-Any of tho above goods will bo Ncnt by express, i). t). with privilege ol
exaiuiuntion before payment. If City reference is given they will be Kent on approval.
In ordering give size desired and describe the article wanted as well mm
you can, and we will take great pains to till your order to the best' of our ability.
15 e particular to give FUJJ..I.. A8aJtB,NS, your iiaiiic, town, county, State. Wo matter
how small your order, you will save money by having traded with us.
C R. XVTABL.EY
1 AMHON,
'photo grapher,
Becontf stroutuoxt door to Dr. Marttn's
apltklly 51 AYSVILL.E, KY.
TOHN T. FLEMING.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
Hop rose nta the London and Liverpool and
Plionlr, ol llrooklyn. Also auunt for llluu
..V.k nilW.) VillbU tUIUUI VII A'l7llf IIIIUUUV
touBtreetH. ap!17dly
F W. GALUHA1TH,
ATrOKNEV AT liAW,
Bonl Kstatoiiuil Collection AKiicy.
Third Btrcot, near Court houne,
mylOly MAYBVILLK. ICY.
u.iiuiNi:ii,
tUcalor In:
GROCERIES,
Pineapple Hams. Yeast Cakes.
mnyaxily HKCONO BTUKhn'.
r A, MEANS,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER.
Full lino of llurlal Itolca and all article re
quired by the undertuUliiK trade. Urdun
promptly attended today or night.
inSCily No. 01, Ktut Second Street,
C J.UAVU1IEIITY,
No. 6, WchI Bocond HtreeL
MARBLE YARD.
Monumonto, Tablets and IleaditoncH al
ways on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the samo prompt attention its If delivered lu
person. aplildly
rnr.IUi'r,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Toims reasonable. Front street, between
Market and Button. apllUdly
M
street,
eUOVULK & IIUI.'ION,
Have Just received from the manufacturers a
full lino of seasonable goods for the lallniul
winter trade. J on tin, Klannclls, Hlnnketx,
Iloalery, Cloaks, Dolmans, 1'alclots and
Call In and seo them and 40I pi Ices.
IRS X.OV roWMNG,
FASHIONABLE MILLINER.
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, lionneta,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction Kuarautued In all cases.
Becoud, opposite Opera House, inaylly
TTUNT & DOYLE,
Every now shade In
DRESS GOODS,
Crushed Strawberry, Elcctrlo Hlue, Egyptian
eta, and new Trlinmlnca to mutcli.
BecondBt., mchSlly MAYHVILLE, KY.
vr r.MABHii,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jnntlco of tho lcnre,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a mlo Is. consummated.
Deeds, mortgagei Ac. written al rates as low as
any one's. Olllco Library Jlulldliitt, Button
)A111. I. AMIEIINON,
DENTIST,
No. 21 Market St., nearly opp. VentratJlotel,
Office Ojien nt all Iiouri. MAY8VJLLE, KY
in iyiaiy.il.
D"
HEWITT C.
ritANKLIN,
DENTIST,
door lo Dank of Mays,
vlllc. blxl
., Cincinnati, O.
jyt.T. 1I.N. H.UH'H,
DENTIST.
Wllldovoto Ills whole Hiiih to tho preservation
of the imlural teeth. Dr. C. V. Wuiillo
win iiiKe cimivH 01 an ine mccliiin iciii wurK.
such iiKirolil.H
illvor.coiitluuoiisi'iiin. c.illnlold
and rubber plates.
iucii;iH!iy
X
SEWING MACHINES
Needles, Oils
nMBNMHH
Attachmonts
ALA. Sorries & Son's,
Second St.,
MAYSVILLE, KY.
Repairing promptly done by
H, M. WILLIAMS,
NNAFRAZAR,
sDealer
Dry Goods and Notions,
FiirnlshliiK Good, llooUs, BUtloucry and
General Merchaiidiso.
UNDERWEAR
fornmall children and grown persons a specially.
A larue slock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
all lines nnd I minrantee Ratlsfactloii In all
eases. 3HHimplnKdone toordor. Tho
patronauo la solicited.
Hlllt AUBHANNAFnAZAIt.
SIMMONS'
Medicated Well-water.
A Specific forDyspopsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
j
HAB been used .with most gratifying SUo.
, .S0? ln many obstlnato oases. Vrot. y,
W.Clark, profesaor of CliemNtiy at the University
ol Clucliitiatl says this water "belnugs
to tho same class with Unit of the Alleghany
Bi.rlniH) ot Virginia." tlia 1ne.lld1.ul vlituea
ofwhlch aro too well known tobostaloil hero.
Those who deslro to try this famous wator
are referred to Captain C. W. lioyd. Leva on a
u 1 oj uaptain u. M. Holloway. Clnolnnntl.
Ol lo; J.
I Ifu nn Plnnl II i1.i .'
m2!VIAwtt
itaipo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
lu halfbarrelsnndjues bv
oua
S.BIMMONB.rronrletor:
Aberdeen. Ohio.
Boforo INSURING YOUR LIFE
EXAMINE THE
TONTINE
Savings Fund Plan
-OF
EQUITABLE
ife Assurance Society
Instead of InvestliiK In stocks, bonds or otli.
er securities or depositing Id Bavlngs lUnks
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of Insurance whloh uot only yields a return
as au Invostmout, but gives IminodiaiB
ty lu cusoo dcatir.
Assets $48,000,00(K
JOS. T. BRODBICK,
A.Gr'.Xi3XrTm
Hecond Htreet, MAYBVILLK, KY
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