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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Maysville [Ky.]) 1882-1883, January 02, 1883, Image 4',
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COUNTY POINTS. FOR
New Year's gift. -
Mr.S. P. Fristoe, sold his-bay mare for 8100.
Messrs. Win. Parker nnd Sherwood. Visited
thelnmlly o( Mr. Wllllura Rhodes, hist .week.
One of our ol'd bachelors' will soon take tin to
hlmsell a wile, one of Missouri's lulresl daughters,
Mrs. Susan -Masslo nnd Miss Llllle Tarleton Is
ou the sick list.
Miss Annie Power, spent several days In
Mt. Carmeljnst week.
The Misses Fristoe and Burgny'ne, were the
guests of Mrs. Ltzzld Heed, near Limestone,
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Maty Dtirrdtt has been very sick with
measles, but we are glad to says she Is improving.
Two young men of Fern Leaf, visited our
town Sunday. D. D.
A, P. Gooding left Monday for Missouri.
Harrison Devere haslelt for Bath county.
Miss Eddie Fowler, of Paris, is visiting Miss
Miss Fannie Clark, of Bourbon, is the guest
of her cousin, Miss Annie Clark.
Rev. M H. Harkins and Foster (Mary, of Carlisle
m. djn flying visit here Sunday last.
Win. A. Peed, of Slmrpsburg, is circulating
among his friends here this week.
Rev. Robert A. Graham, president of the
Bible College nt Lexington, was In our midst
last week and also preached a very interesting
discourse Sunday night.
A. G. Wilson has sold his homestead, containing
about eleven nuies, to Alex Duke for
Rev. W. H. Tullor tho great pulpit orator,
from Richmond, Ky., will pi each In the Christian
church utxt Sunday the 7th, morning and
Rev, W. J. Loos preached his farewell sermon
lost Sunday to vary large audience. He has
been hero lor nearly twelve years nnd tho parting
between him and his fi lends wan very affecting.
He goes to take charge of the church
at Nashville, Tenn. Romeo.
Pleasant weather this year.
There was no dance or party last Sunday
Those who went awoy from homo to And
Chrlstmasgot left this time..
Miss Lydla Rhodes entertained a number of
friends In an estimable manner Saturday
About fifteen couple, the guests of Mr. Chas.
Blggers. passed a very pleasant evening at his
homo Thursday night. .
Mess'ers. W. F. Power. Perry Thomas nn4
Dr. Anderson, of Maysvllle. was In attendance
at the masquerade party Wednesday night
There was"a large crowd In attendance at the
oyster supper and dance at tho residence of
James Kennard, Friday night. We are Informed
that they commenced dancing at 7
o'clock p, m.. an did not hang up the fiddle
until S a. m., Saturday, morning
A literary society was. organized Tuesday
night at the residence of Mr. II. Brooking.,
The name of the infant and officers will be
given next week. May It live long and Its life
be a profitable, Inst ructlvo nnd in terestlug one,
is the wish of your correspondent.
A man that cun worry with a balky horse
three hours, coaxing him to pull an empty wi
gon and firmly resolves not to leave the spot un
til the horse and wagon does, has a determination
and patlonoo that will do to tie to. The
gentleman is a resident of Maysvllle, and was
In this place Friday.
Tho masquerade party at tho residence of
Mr. John Stevenson, Wednesday night, of last
week, given to the numerous friends of his
amiable daughters. MiBses Annie and Minnie,
was as predicted by your correspondent, tho
crowning event of tho holiday season In this
vlclnhy. Near fifty Invited guests were present,
probably forty of the number being masked.
The following is a list of the persons masked,
together with the chaructors represent' Miss
Lidlft D'uryea, Egyptian countess; Miss Etna
Protber, Priestess; Miss Nannie Brooking,
Gypsy fortune teller; Miss Lena Fleming,
house girl. Miss Minnie Pollltt, red riding hood;
Miss Claia HOwe, news girl; Miss LJdia Rhodes,
pink; Miss Ora Hnnter, American Indian wife
Jurro, Miss OIllqGalbreath, night; Miss Minnie
Stevens, uevss girl; Miss Faunio McCartney,
night; Miss Molllo McCartney, Indian squaw;
Miss Mattlo Ktlgoro, sister of chailty; Miss
Nannie Tqrleton, Japanese woman; Miss Alary
Tarleton, aged grandmothoi; Miss Mattle
Tarletop, popcorn girl; MJss Anna, Stevpns,
ghost. 'John Wright, lager beer dutchman;
Charley Porry.dpyi; Merr.ell Parry, Kentucky
gray; Thomas Parry, Turk, Lewis Parry, moon
sirucK noy; unnriey Fleming, Indian Chief;
John Fleming, gentleman of color; William
Worthlhglon, Mary's coon; Cohdil Stevenson,
tinner: Joe Stovensdn. Hindoo Will )
son, ghost: Charley UlggCr?, deVil; 'Thorn
vmwium, iiiuinuiH guusi; j. ij, nunier, i
vuu; uuo Aiuuin; uinan, tnq cook; Taylor
Taueton; confederate soldier1. Each one
his particular role. well, and mostall worodls
culscd in Btich a mniliibf as to 'frustHitn
most Intimate friends in their endeavors to I
nun uui,min nvo iimimui reuiinnwiiH
the result. 'The
were beautiful, elegant, and 'served Id thtf
highest: stylo 'of tho culinary o,rt. It Is hardly
necessary to- romark 'thdt full
aple JuaMceto this part of tho program-d
no dpuVityxMkpiillttlt ls wo11 10
ant one. all nrns
upnxeclaud their. toAmxaritiitol .tllif
remember the occasion as a brilliant affair.
May.ieVfirv.fif&iid ofji like. chaMcyitundr.
takeHy'105AiffftblfuWrA, b6 AV4MfRh
as great Buocee.
One Kte niw.
" . '.a .. r.fliy . . V51.l" JT.1..1.U..
orka were deetroyed by fire on Saturday.
determined to go west I now offer
HAVING my entlie stock of
China, Glass and Queensware,
with the good will of the houso and all Information
lu my possession ltgardlnp the business.
I have u new and well selected stock, in.
lirst rate condition and bought at low figures'.
Any parties wishing to enter into a good, safe
paying business, now have un opportunity
The Fall and Holiday trade Is now Just on
us, and an early buyer will get all the benefit
therefrom. In the meantime I shall sell goods
at retail and wholesale nt almost cost.
G. A. McCARTHEY.
Hunt & Doyle's.
ANP FPU SALK BY TIIE
CAN AND HALF-CAN,
(n2iatf) arooB Xjijxraxr.
"S"soun oysters, per can 20c
' Favorites " per can , 30c
' A lienor Standouts " per can 40c
" Selects "per can 40c
"Selects, Extra," per can.., , , 50c
N. Y. Saddle Rocks,
LKUY EVERY WAY,
Immense stock of canned goods just received.
CHANQE OF LOCATION.
WINDHORST & BLOW,
Have removed their Merchant Tailoring -EH'
tabllshmont from Cooper's building ,to, LJ.iHj
Wllltii'a naiir ctAfn TSJr il Uainnrl urtoar ntrlmra
they will be pleased to have the nubile call and
'f see them. Pilces low and work tho best.
auc2dly WINDHORST & BLUM.
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Home-made Yeast Cakes,
myOdly GEORGE HEISER.
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EsaKer ana uonTectioner
. FRESH OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY In tho city. Orders, for weddings and
parties promptly attended to. mysdly
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STAPLE, ANp FANbV .
fire: insurance company,
W. ROGERS, agent, office at Wheatly
GEO. Co.'s, Market St.. below Second. (jlMm)
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No. 43, SecondJStreet.Sdoors West of Market
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any p&rt ohe ofty
NO'S. 50"anT52, Market Street.
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
IMS fie, k,
I am now offering to the public, purchased from first hands,
for cash, and selected with the greatest care, the LARGEST and
most Complete Stock of Goods in my line ever offered in Mays-ville.
My aim is to surpass, both as to YAEIETY and QUALITY
of Goods, and to give every person who may buy of me full
value tor his money. My house is Headquarters for
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Dealers at Wholesale and retail In
Pbxiltry, Game, Butter, Eggs
and all kinds of Country Produce. "Will have a full supply of
attractive' specialties for the Holidays,
Sole Agent for sale of GAFF, FLEISCHMAKN" & CO.'S
UlU.tUllltj JKutb. ! .flUl 7 t'fV tf ,V"li'
Goo'ds' delivered to all parts .of the city
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TOTCHAJBS, pf.ftU Uiud. WAqONHf CKADI.!, 3IIKItOItS, MLATTKKSSEHanl
T? A TpTrtTL'B1 A set of Furniture valued' ntS'75wlll be rnffid tho
XXXX X XJJJ chances are taken Oa.etpollajr r QVt qq.
SUTTON SxSlJEEX SVTAYSVIlJliiE?;
Fine Parlor and Hedroom Suits, sold by photographs at Cincinnati prices. Repairing of all
kinds done in the best muuner and promptly. Charges reasonable. 1 will nqt, be undersold
L. C. BLATTERMA
W. F. POWER.
BLATTErVMAN & PWEir,
(Successors to HUGH POWERS' SON) 4
No. 22 and 24 Second Street, Maysville, Kyi
, HA1TCES and BASS BURSTERS,
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HOUSE and KITCHEN SPECIALTIES
In ,V Hi f$
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Fro 1U and Vegetoblagla eason. Yar P
MA YMVILLM, XT, ' reepeetfally bo111Uk1.
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Good always what tby are reccommeadftd
to be. Mala Street, German to w, Ky.