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WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 21, 1833. 7.601. Tliu abovo number represents tho circula tion, eaoh week of the Daily and Wkkkly HDLLetin. Advertisers are Invited to cnll und assnra themselves 01 tlio truth of Hie statement, and ttiey are requested to bear In mind that our rates Tor advertising are Mir lowest. Democratic Executive Committee. Tho members of tlio Democratic Executive Coinmitteo of Mason county nro requested to meet at my ofltee, in on Monday,' November 20, 1883. A full attendance ia required aa business of importance will como beforo the meeting. GAmiETT S. Wall, Cli'm. ' i m i -.... i There are twelvo applicants for augb a place. Congress assembles one week from next Monday. !- i i m .- The Lexington press terms Senator Williams " tlio gonial old rabblo rouser." As an ovidenco of liow people will dif fer from each other, wo mention that Senator Sherman says "ho thinks Ma hono's manifesto is an honest and mnnly statemeni, and that it is time tho old war cry was raised." TIiere is a demand for tho establish mont of another asylum for tho insane in this State. Tho asylums at Loxing ton and Anchorago are so crowded that no mora patients can bo taken at present and in consequence, many incurable lu natics have been sent to tlio poor houses in tho various counties, v hero no prepa ration has been mado for their proper keeping. Four insane persons wero lutoly sent to tho alms houso in Fayette county. Senatoii Mahone has prepared an address to tho American people in which ho gives his version of tlio whys and wherefores of tho recent election in Vir ginia, coupled willi what is intended to bo tho Senator's future political operations. Tho Philadelphia Inquirer (He-publican) in referring to this address ex presses tho hopo that he " will imitate that other eminent Virginian, George Washington, and make it a farewell address." . m There have arrived at New Orleans in tho post few weeks two largo bodies (f immigrants, amounting in all to nearly ono thousand persons, or about one-third as many as usually arrive thero direct from Europe during an entire year. This is regarded by tlio New Orleans Times-Democrat as tho beginning of the immigration which it predicted some months ago as ono of tho natural results of the commercial improvement and do velopmcnt of tho city. Tho Times-Dem ocrat predicts that New Orleans is des tined " to becomo tho Castle Garden of tho Bouthwest, tho greater portion of the Mississippi valley and for all Texas and California." Of tho new arrivals a considerable number go straight on through to California, via tiio Southern Pacific Railroad. The Market Price of Hoys. A caso has been decided in ry, Conn., that goes some distanco to ward establishing at least for Hint community tho legal value of boys. A jury lias rendered a verdict of twenty dollars and costs against a Mr, Squires, who shot a boy on tho 31st of last October. What effect this legal determination may havo upon the market price of boys of course remains to bo seen. Following tlio rules and principles in operation in tho stock and produce exchanges of tho country, it may bo oxpected to furnish a basis on which neighbors can satisfactorily "aettlo their differences." Families who indulge in chronic feuds over tho back yard fence can offset an equal number of slain boys on oitlior side, and after that tho one that has tallied tlio most boys can squaro tho account by paying for tlio excess nt the rate of twenty dollars npieco. It ia to bo observed that tho primitivo inhabitants of Waterbury regard this figuro as somowhat too low. Enlarged mid Improved. UowllngUrcen Dully Times. Tho Maysvillo Bulletin is enlarged to a 'six column papor and is greatly improved in appearunco and general mako up. Personal Ilrmarks. Pat'ti Ib tlio only woman in tills country who can afford to woar n $5,000 cold. Munkaczy, tho famous painter, lias softening of the brain. A son of Kossuth 1b a married man in Illinois. Ho is said to bo doing well. Gen. Sam. Houston's library, about COO volumes, has been presented to tho town of UuntBville, Toxas. 8onator McDonald makes about $20,000 a year and gives liberally but quietly to charities and tho church. Prof. McMastor siys thoro wero no pawnshops in Now York a hundred yenrB ago. Evidently tho old Knickerbockers wore no overcoa's. Francis Joseph, of Austria, has n horror of card-playing and will allow the prnctico in only ono of his palaces, his littlo hunting chateau of Neuborg. Tho President of Honduras, when ho left San Francisco for Now York, hud a wifo and six children, eight servants and 7,140 pounds of baggage, on which ho paid an extra chargo of $742.50. Ronator Sharon was ordorod out of a ffan Francisco court tho other day ho lost his temper. This Ib no way to troat a bonanza king. If ho getB real mad ho will probably start a court of Ii!b own. DENOUNCED MR. MAHONE DEZENDORF TALKS WITH ENERGY. Declaring the Recent nalldoslns rim to be HnUcloan Lies om Very l'lnlu Lnnsuatjce. WAsniNOTON, Nov. . Tho Star prints an Interview with Congressman Dezondorf, leading straight-out Republican of Virginia, on Senator Mahouo's address. In this interview Mr. Uezundorr is roporteu w uave suld: " I have read the address, and any statement or insinuation that Virginia is under a reign of terror that it Is, in foct, a walking arsenal is an iufornal lie. I own some property there, as well as a great many other, and protest against its being injured by such falsehoods as Mahono sets forth. I deploro tho riot at Danvlllo as much a anybody can. It was unfortunate, but hiipposu Mahono had got every vote cast at Danville, it would not havo mado any difference In tho result. Tho election wai peaeoablo and fair, and Mahono was and honestly beaten." "Is thoro any truth," asked tho reporter, "in the report that tho hav boon assured that tho President did not directly aid Mahono in his cauvost" "I havo not heard of any such assurances," was tho responso. "I'll say this: The President could not havo helped Mahone more directly unless ho had taken the stump for him," THE ASHLAND MUHDL'KKKS. Wlint Their Attorney Has to Sny About the Case of the Kcimuiilug Uno. A. T. bmith, J'.sn., ol Lexington, a promising young lawyer of tliat city, is in Uincmnatl lor a low days. Air. Smith was tho chief counsel for tho Ashland murderers, Ellis, Neal, and Craft. After Kills was lynched ho worked zealously to acquit both, but on tho conviction of Graft, he made strenuous exertions to sccuro n commutation of his sentence. Proctor Knott has just entered upon the Governorship and could not be moved. Said Mr. Smith when appioachcd witli the question, "How was it you wero to secure Governor Knott's interference in Craft's caso?" " Well, 1 can only reply I tried every possible aventio to approach tho Governor, but he was immovable. Nothing would stir him. I got some of his most intimate friends, such as Dick Winter-smith, to intercede in my behalf, but it was no go. Charlie Heed, tho famous Saratoga horseman, offered to subtcribo $1,000 in Louisville to defend Craft provided the Governor would stay tho execution, but ho would not hear of it. I had a two hours' ses sion with Gov. Crittenden, of Missouri. und finally ho spoko to his honor, but nothing would cause the governor to grant even a respite. Up to tho last hour I went to him, s.iyimr that tho man was innocent, but ho replied that Ciaft had every possible show to estahlsh a relutation ot the terrible charge, nut bad failed, and he must hang. So ho did. "When does Craft's new trial take placo?" "In February." "Havo you any new evidence V" "Not yet. The testimony will be about tho same, unless there are later developments." "How do tho pcop'o in nnd around Ashland feel over tlio matter now V" " Why, thero is quite a change in their position toward l rait, and a great many who had implicit faith in their guilt be- lieve that Neal was hung an innocent man. I do not know what effect this shall havo on tho now trial," (jlaTues Shot lute the Liveliest and Hiiglitest of our Kxcluuigcs. Two large wolves were killed in Ksscx bwanip, Uonn., last week. Tho nro now but two surviving ofllcers oi tno great hca light ol Tralalgar in 180j Harriet Uos is still navigating Lake Erie. Sho belonged to tho victorious fleet of Commodoro Perry in 1812, and the only oiiglnal portion left of her is nor keel. Tho London Fisheries Exhibition was visited by 2,7011,051 persons, and not a single ruse of disorderly conduct was brought to tho knowledge of tho com missioners. A doctor charged with malpractice lias committed suicide in Eugluiid. What ronuera tho matter peculiary melancholy is that tho ovidenco seems to point to ins lunoceuco. Tho succession of tho Duchess of Montrose to tho property of her Into husband, Mr. 8. Crawford, is disputed by his youngest brother. Mr. S. Crawford had long been in verv weak plight, mentally as well as physically. An old boot is missing from tho capital of Carroll county, Ark. Tho county Treasurer, having been summoned to Fbrt Smith, hid $7,000 of tho county's money in nn old boot, which ho hid in soino rags in ids garret. On his rolurn tho boot was not to bo found. The Treasurer is above suspicion. In tlio Spanish nnny thero is ono captain general for every 11,003 soldiers, one lieutenant general for every 1,013, ono major goncrnl for every 093, ono brigadier for every 271. ono colonel for everv 10,ri. ono lieutenant colonel for every 6l, ono major lor cxery 4Z, ono captain lor every 18, ono lieutenant for ovcrv 15. and an ensign for every 0. Increasing dissatisfaction shows itself in London at the supine conduct of the great landlords. It is complained that they do absolutely nothing for tho town from which they draw their millions, and tho samo inon, who nro liberal and public spirited enough in their country homes, seem to think that their London property has no claim on thorn. Tho duko of Westminister is by far tho best of them, but his property happons to bo that which least of all needs much doing to it. As to tho quarrel between tho valloy farmers and tho mountain miners of California a quarrel that threatens to stop mining ex-Senator Stowart, of Nevada, says: "Mining In tho aggregate is not and never has been profitable. Tho lowest cstimato of tho peoplo engaged in mining in tho lmst thirteen years Ih 3,000,000, including thoso actually work ing in the mines and those supplying material mr mo mines, i no inquest estimate of the aggregate product of gold and silver from all mines in tlio Pacific coast States and Territories does not exceed $2,000,000,000." HUNT. Manufacturer and originator of tho cele bnUed brands of OIGABS, Sliver Dollar. Win, Hunt's Dark Homo, Hap- Hmoko, Throe Uenatlen, Cordwood and old Slugs. Second Htreot, Maysvillo, Ky, A M. HOU KIM, ' DEALKIt IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. Ii K. Sec. St, inch301y MAYSVILLK, KY, k . HKOWNINU.M. O., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Onico and residence south-east corner ol Third and Sutton streets. Will give special attention to diseases peculiar to remains. uplUdly MAYSVILLE. FINCH CO., DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Oar. Third and Sutton Streett, mcli30iy MAYSVILLK, KY. HONAWS BOOT AND SHOE STORE. CiiRtom work a specialty. Largo stock. All kinds nt lowest price. No. ii, Market slrce , two doors below D. A. HIchnrdBou A Co.'s grocery. ald&wly MAYSVILLE. KY. p 8. JUJ)I, ATTOKNET AT I. AW. Ileal r.Mtnle nml C'ollectliiic Atretic?. ConrlSt., (apliWIy) MAYSVILLE. KY. O OLT KICHKNON, Dealer In Staple and Fancy has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lutoly occupied by Charles II. Frank. aplSdly T F. RYAN. Gold, Silver mill Klckel ELECTRO PLATING, nnd Rubber Htamp Work dono on short notice at Maysvillo Repairing Woiks, No. 8, Second street. npfrly J. F. RYAN. TAMES A CAUK, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livory, Sale and Feed Stables Htrect Hack orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latent stylo Turnouts. Horses bought and sold ou Commission. Market Bt. four doors below Central Hotel. u!23 T W. SPARKS A IlltO., fto. U, MARKKTSTIiEKT. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades, Good CarpaU at 80, 85. VI. 45. 60. U0. W. 70. 76. and 90 cU 81.00 un t $1.23 per yard. mchSldly JOHN Il.VoYNTZ.JR., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. lusurea for full value. Low rates. Losses proinpllypald. No discounts No delays. OtHco corner Third and Markut streets. nplOdly T HLAHEHOKOUGII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters forelocks, Silver (J etc. All work promptly und satisfactorily done, Second St., East ol Market. apl7 rACUIl LINN. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysters n specialty. Fresh bread ami enkes. Parlies and weddings furnished ou short notlco. 35 Second st mayMly MAYSVILLE, KY. L ANE A WORKIt'K, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and done. OIllco ou Third street, firomptly and Button. aplUdly VTURItlNON fc UACKI.KT, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mliSSly) 21AYBV1LLR, XT. jTIAVINi rimNINUINd UOOD8 nud olothhtg, Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises, Tho latest fallstylesjusl recolvod. Market HU, uplWly MAY8VILLE, KY. G N. MINER A IIKO, Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leather And FXNJDUffOS, No. l.Bccond, cor. Sutton streets, mchSldly MAYHVILIjE, KY. YfK. F. It. COLLI NB, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. IiRtcst styles of Hats, Ronnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs, Uoorgo Harrows' old stand. npllGdly VTINN MATTIE OAKK, Second ttreet, Januarys Slock, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc, of the latest styles. Prices Low. MchSldly 0 WENN A. 11AKULET, Nos.67and 69 Second and IS Sutton streets, have Just received a large stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco baru hardware of all kinds. ap!16 NINON, -Dealer in- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, (Jlass, Cutlery, Notions, eta. No. 45 Market Slieet, East side, between Second and Third, H2ldBm MAYHVILLK.KY. VKW FIRM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (SuccoHHorH to Cooper & Illsitet, In NIoveN.lfniitre, Hnrblelaed Slmilnl .mid imtiiiifitetiiren) ofl'lu, 'liir ! Nhpet I run Ware. Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter nud snouting. Practical nliinilMrs. ana and steam Utter-'. Wrought Iron and lead pipes. Ac, All work nttended to promptly und warranted. 23 E. HH)nd st aftlly MAYSV1LLE, KY. HTKS. A. JT. WILLIAMS. Rugs. Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days. Call and see them, mchaoly JVo. 29, Katt Second Street. MAKY E. THOMAS, Dealer in- Millinery and Notions. Announces that she has Just received her fall slock, which will bo found very attractive and that she has also secured the services of ait'acooinpllshed trimmer from Cln. cinuatl, Ono price only. 13 E, Second hL, aUdly MAYSVILLK, KY, DACLTON I1HO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds ot vehicles ou hand fnrsale, hire or exohuuge. Horses kept by dav. week or mouth. Luruost and best an. pointed Livery Stablo In the west. Prices as Tow as any. Host nttontlon to vehicles stoicd. Telephone connection, No. 40 and Vi west Uocoiid St., apHdly MAYHVILLE, KY. -OP A PEW LEADING ARTICLES AT- C;R. MABLEY & CO.'S, W Six Stores in One, Fifth Street, Opp. Fountain, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Mon'js Clothing. I Boys' and Children's Clothing. Mon'a Durablo Union Cnssimero Suits (well sowed) $ 5 00 Men's Worsted or Chevoit Suits, dark colors 7 00 Men's lllock Beavor Suits, very warm 10 00 Men's Fine casslmom, Melton or DlHgonal Suits 12 00 Men's Fino Dreas Suits, 40 diflercnt colors nnd shapes.. 15 00 3A11 of our suits nro cut by tho latest New York fashions, nnd are mado up by first-class tailors. Wo do not keep -what is generally called " Clothing. Men's Overcoats. Men's strong nnd wnrm brown or gray Overcoats $ 3 00 Men's brown or black Chinchilla Overcoats 5 00 Men's splendid bluo, black or brown figured Chinchilla 0 00 Men's plain and Fur Beaver and fancy Cossimoro $7 and 8 00 Mon's nil wool bl'k bluo or brown plain Castor Beaver.. 10 00 JS& At $12, $15 nnd $18 we show Boinn of tho very finest Overcoats, cut in Princo Charles, Ulstcrette, Newmarket and Long Snqtto Bhapo. Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoos Men's Alexis and Dom Pedro Shoes...$l 2T), $1 50 Mon's English Balmoral nnd Whole Stock Aloxis 1 75, 2 00 Men's Kip Boots $2: men's Calf Boots 2 50 Boys' Bolid leather Hook Balmorals 1 00, 1 15 Boys' button Standard Screw London Too 1 25, 1 50 I") R.T.II. N. NMITII, w. Slttla tnr llnua nra Ol (n ( ITIHaor Rlinrt Pntltfl 93 rD. S3. $4 Suits for Boys, ages 10 to 17, thouBandfl at $5, $0, $7, $8 un.l ! Coys' Short Pants Suits, ages 3 to 12, Boveral Btylcs of dark ..nl..a nt 0 Kl V....., nlnin,l nt "J .ml 1 RO ltllllll nir groy. $4. Twenty styles and shapes, $4 50 nnd $5. Children's Overcoats. 2 to 11 vears. thirty Btvles. varying in priro from $1 05 to $2, $2 50, $3. $4, $5. Boys' Overcoats, ages 10 to 17, wo havo n grand variety $3, $1, $5, $0, $7. Men's Furnishing Goods. While or gray Merino Shirts or Drawers 25c., 35c, 50o. Scarlet all wool knit Shirts or Drawers $1 00 Elegant gray or brown Morino Shirts nnd Draw ers Yoc. Very hoavy Cotton Socks ,..10c, 15c, 20c, 25c Shaker Wool Knit Socks, elegant value 20c, 25c, 35c Perfect fitting Whito Dress 8hlrts, laundried 76c, $1 00 Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. Ladies' and Misses' Pebble Grain High But. Shoes..$l 25, $1 50 Ladies' nnd Misses' Oil Goat Button, with box toe.. 1 75, 2 00 Ladies' Curucoa Kid, French heels 2 50 Ladies' French Mat Kid Scalloped Ton 3 00 Ladies' Glove Kid, quarter overvamp 2 00 EVJLKY STYLE OF MEN 8 OR JiOYS' HATS WE SELL AT WHOLESALE JPJilCE. SSAuy of tlio above goods will bo sont by express, . O. I with privilege oi examination beforo payment. If City reforonee Is given they will bo sent ou approval. In ordering give size desired and describe tho article wanted as well as you can, and wo will lake great pains to till your order to the best of our ability. lie particular to give FUIjKj AUUitGNN, your name, town, county, State. No matter how small your order, you will save money by having traded with us. C R. MABLEY & CO., Cincinnati, O. p AMMO.V, 'photographer, Bocond Btrect.'uoxt dooi to Dr. Mnrtln'a aplGdly A1AY8VILLK.KY. JOHN T. FI.KMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the London and Liverpool und Qlobo, German American, of Now York, and I'honlx, ol llrooklyu. AIho for llluo Lick Water. UlUcu corner of Krout.uud Rtreetx. aplUdly T W. GAM1KA1TII, J ATTOKNKY AT LAW, Ileal Kalntenml Colleciluic Agency. Third street, near Court houso, tnylOly MAYBVILLK. KY. pEOKGK U.1IKINKR, iDealer lu: GROCERIES, Pineapptd Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. may30dly HKCOND HTRKKT. f A. MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Uurlal Rodch and all artlr.loa re quired by the undertaklUK trade. Ordert promptly attended to day or ultsht. msuly Jfo. 61, tent Second Street, s. J.DAUUIIEKTY, ' No. 6, West Second Htreet. IVIA.1RBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones nl ways ou hand. Orders by mall will receive tho surae prompt nttentlon as It delivered lu person. aplSdly rp r. Kirr, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily doue. Teuns reasonable. Front street, hetweou Market and Button. apliudly VTcDOUULE A IIOI.TON, Havo Just received from tho manufacturers a full line of seasonable goods for the fall und winter trado. Jeuus, Flunnells, JllunUotH, Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmaus, Faletots and Jerseys. Call In and see them and ;ot prices. INS X.OU rowLiNa, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Don nets, Ribbons, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Eutlre sutlsfucllou guaranteed in ull cases. Heeond, opposite Opera House. rauyJIy TTUNT BOYLE, Evory now shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Btrawborry, Electrio Ulue.Kgyptlan etc., and new Trimming ti match. Bocond Ht., mcbSlly MAYHVILLE, KY. IT F, MARSH. ATTORN ET AT I. AW, Justice of tbe Peace, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a fcule Is consummated. Deeds, mortgage do. written at rates as low as any ouo s. umoo iiurury xiuiiuuii:, oiumju street, UAUL. . ANDERSON, ftf DENTIST, GfifH Ho. 21 Mmrket St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at all Hour. MA TS VILLK, KY maylSly.d. O. FKANUMN, DENTIST, 0VNoxt door to Bank of sbd DENTIST, Will devote his whole time to the preservation of tho natural teeth. J)r. O. Vv. Wardlo Will Ukechnrgenl all the mechanical work, such uh gold, sllver.contlnuousgum, celluloid and rubber platos. mchSldly yANOKYAALKXANIIKII, OI.D nELlAIILE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles ol all kinds, good stock and earoful drivers. Horses kopt by the day, or week on reuHouablo terms. Heeond si., between Murket and Limestone. DYE 1IOUNE. DYEIJVG and CLEANING in Bilk ond Woolen Goods, Dresses, Hlmwls, Utbbous lu all colors. Genllemou's clothlug Cleaned und Dyed. Front street, below Hill House. hU JOSEPH RJ1ENNER, Dyer, 1IT B. MATHEWS A CO., Manufacturers uud Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Framed, Doors, Hash, Staves, Feuclug,Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcnWIy MAYsriLLK, KY. C n. OLDHAM, " PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer, Gas and Steam-fitter. Dealer In plumber's goods, Fumps, Hose, Sewer Pipes, Lead aniT Iron Piping, Steam und Water Gauges. No, S west Second street, opposite Gelsel's grocery, apHdly MAYSVILLE, KY. pKO.COXANON, Deulers In Staple and Fancy IDIRIT SECOND STREET. mchSUy MAYSVILLE, KY. rESstablislLedL XQS5. EQUITY GROCERY. O. W. OlDISEL, No. 9,W, NccoadMt.,p.OperaIIoBsel Fruits und Vcgetableslnseosoui Your patron ae respectfully solicited. IMdlr w JUTE A OUT. ycnaiTiTTTsaE. We will not bo undersold by any house Id Kentucky or at Cincinnati, If wo have half chance. mchSldly MAYSVILLK, KY. W. LYNCH, Manufacturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Lad I os' and children's fine shoos a specialty Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly and promptly done at moderate charges. No. 1 Market stoetUKtmt Hide. ally MAYSVILLE, KY piRANK UEVINE, Manufacturer of Proprietor of tho celebrated brands : Hold tho Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Rest clears lu the markst. Full varlotv ol smokers' articles. Heoond street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY Tjl II. TKAXEL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. loo cream parlors open for tha season. Absolutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a specially, PrlcM low. nmytdly ."1GNEW A ALLEN, E STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sola agonts for the oolebratod Omaha and leader staves. Rooting aud guttering promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner of Market aud Third treeU, A. It. alas- cock's old stand. apU6dlw S REWIND MACHINES W Nftdlea. Oils X K ( ---- Attachments ALA. Sorrles & Son's Second St.,' MAYSVILLE, KY. -:Dealer In: ) Repairing promptly dont by II. M. W1LUAMS. X MiHANNAFRAZAR, Dry Goods and Notions, Furnishing Goods, Rooks, BUtloucry and General Merchandise. UNDERWEAR for8mall children and grown persons a spec-laity. A large stock of Hand-Made Knit Goods all lines and I guarantee satisfaction In ull cases, dono to order. The pub llo patronage Is solicited. 3dll MISS ANNA FRAZAR. SIMMONS' Mediated A Speciflc for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. HAS been used with most gratifying sun-,., ..f68? m m.au olwtmate eases. PrTir, F. w.Clurk, professor of CbemUtry at the II HlABItmaM of Cincinnati una mill. sas . this wuter i. "belongs . SrX.'PP. 0 Y,rK,u,.V u,e meillclual virtues Ihoso who desire to try this famous water are referred to Cuptuln (i W. Boyd. Levunna PimSI V?l?,ln. nollowayfcinclnuall, ?.1AJJ; J Ita,pe' pnclnnutl, olilo. For sale lu half barrels and jiics by US.BIltMON8. Proprietor, 9.i.. Atierdeen.Ohro. Before INSURING YOURTlFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OF THE- EQUITABLE LJFi Assurance SogTctyT ... .. TnnlAflfl ftf Ifivaullm. I u, a ersocuritlea or depositing In Savings Rauks EXAMINE THIS PLAN demnlty lu case oi death. Assets $48,000,000. JOS. F. BEfODBflCK., A.Gr:a7srim Heeond Street, MAYSVILLE, KY