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'rTHTTHSDAXEVE., SEEL .20; J383
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G. J. Hall Notice. j ., i -
Michael Peters-Land lor sale.
Artlflclal Ice Compnny Notice.
Take your whont, grind It up,
And overy ItoVP make, ,
But all tho Bamoiyortfro forced to say
That ' Old Gold " piakos tho cake.
And Just as suro as you will nee
To-morrow's rising sun,
Tho" Old Gold " holds the loading place
And knuckles down to none.
The Knitting factory will resume operations
id Ji few days.
Key." S.vH'. Chester being absent from
tho city there will be no services by the
Southern Presbyterian congregation next
Rev. A. N. Giluekt will preach at
Washington, in tho Christian Church,
next Sunday afternoon nt.four o'clock.
Those soeing this notice will please mention
it to others as the services at Washington
have been interrupted for two
Ir you are told that Maysville hogs
ore good scavengers, don't believe it.
That is only a weak' excuse for permitting
thorn to bo bred in tho city. Whatever
garbage they may consume in one
part of tho town is deposited in a filthier
form in another.
c". S. A.
There will bo a mooting of the Confederate
Survivors Association at tho
Quarterly court room in Maysville, on
Saturday oyoning, September 29, at 7:30.
All members are requested to attend and
all wishing to enroll nro invited.
0. J. Hall, Secretary.
The Baud Concert.
T&e concert at East End Park by
Haucko's band, last night, was a most
enjoyable occasion and attractod a large
attendance of tho best people of tho city.
Perfect order was maintained during tho
entire evening, and everything passed off
smoothly and pleasantly. The concert
will bo repeated this evening.
Rev. A. ft. Gilbert has been absent
for two weeks engaged in a protracted
meeting in Madison county, near Richmond.
When last heard from there had
been twelve additions to the church and
tho audiences were large, attentive and
solemn. Ho will be nt home this week
and occupy the pulpit of the Christian
Church as usual next Sunday morning
Mr. James Downey is .in the city.
Mr. W. II. January has returned from
a visit to Chicago.
Mrs. Waugh, of Carlisle, Is visiting the
family of Mr. A. J. Egnew.
Mr. Fred. W. Bauer, of Cincinnati, is
visiting his parents in this city.
Miss Kate Gallagher, of Cincinnati, is
tho guest of Mrs. Stanley Porter.
Mr. Win, Conloy, of Richmond, Ky.,
is visiting his relatives in Maysville.
Mr. Thomas Metcalfe, of Cincinnati, i&
in Maysville, on a visit to his parents.
Mr. Charles S. Holton left yesterday
to attend medical lectures at Chicago.
Mr. and' Mrs. Hensley 0. Hawkins, of
Helena Station, aro visiting fionrds in
Misses Mamie Finqsy and Maggio Nestor,
of Cincinnati, are the guests of Miss
Mr. Hiram Pearce, of the firm of Peace,
Duko& Co., of Cincinnati, is taking in tho
fair tins week.
Mrs. Charles D. Armstrong, of
is. tho guest of Mrs. W; II.
Miss Mamie Fitzgerald, who has been
very ill for several weeks, is able to bo
about again, to tho gratification of her
Mr. T. Hierly, of tho Clark County
Democrat, is visiting his relatives and
taking in tho fair. ,
Mr. Charles Wadsworth, of Paterson,
N. J., is in tho city, visiting father, Hon.
W. II. Wadsworth.
Mrs. Sophia Wilkinson and Tson, of
Stowartsvillo, Mo., nro visiting Mrs. John
Calhoun, of this city.
Miss Maggio Clay, of Paris, and Miss
Anna Eurgo, of Louisville, are visiting
Mr. George T. Hunter.
Messks. Eqnkw & Allen shipped lately
fifty tin and ten copper washing machines
to Midway, Ky.
Mrs. Mary Supplco, of East Maysvlllo
roturncd. homo yesterday after a very
pleasant visit ntr Cincinnati.
Miss Eva Hord, of Missouri, ond MJss
Mollio Laytham, of Helena, aro tho
guests of Mrs. Dan. Pcrrino.
Miss Paulino Fcderor, of Augusta, Ky.,
and Miss Lizzio Nou, of Ripley, Ohio, aro
visitiug iMiss Emma Haucko, of Wall
Mrs. Julia Ilonderson, of Poplar Flat,
'and G:, E. Stiles and wife, of Sharps-burg,
riro tho guests of Mrs. E, J. Thorn p-eon,
of tho East End,
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Wh. H. Yanckyj -Directors.
Jojik H. Wilson )
THIRD DAY-THURSDAY, 8EPTKMDER 20,
AH animals contending for premiums offered
by thU'assdouUlon must be exlbltod nt
tho dlscretldn or tho Directors of tUO Department.
Best stallion 4 yours and over ,...825 Od
Btnlllou SyOirsHUd under A.ti.. 20 00
Stallion 2 years and under 3. 15 00
Stnlllon 1 year and uuder 2 10 00
Stallion year. 6 00
Mare 4 years and over.... 25 00
Mare throe yours and under 4 20 00
Marp 2 years and under 3 16 00
Mure 1 yenrhnu and undor 2. 10 to
Mare under J year .'.- A 0Q
BcstBaddlo horse, tnnro or gelding of
any age 40 0Q
'; , IXOldEd FOB ALL PURPOSES.
Stallion 3 years and over- 2b 00
Bullion 3 years and under 4 20 00
Stallion 2 years add under 3 .' . IS 00
Stallion 1 year and under 2 ; 1000
Stallion under 1 year A uo
Mure four years aud over 25 00
MuroS years and under 4 20 00
Muro2years aud iinder3, 15 H
Marolyearnnd under 2 10 00
Mare under t year 6 IX)
8WEEPSTAKES FOB ALL PUKPOSES.
Special premium by tho young men of
jMhysvllJe, for .,
Best stallion any age .. 15 00
Best mare any ago 15 00
Special premium by Brooks, Wuterfleld
JcCo., Globo Tobacco Warehouse, Cincinnati,
for best single harness road
mare or gelding -. 2- 03
Driven to liuht bueev by owner. No boots
or weights allowed. ,
Spcclnl premium by Pearce, Duke &
Smith, cigar manufacturer, Cincinnati,
for best wallclus stallion, mure or
gelding any uge 20 00
SLOW MULE BACK.
Special premium by the young men of
Slowest mule, once around tho track 15 00
Second slowest 10 00
Riders to change. Three to start, or one
premium If ouly two start.
Ram 2 yours and over 8 00
Rum 1 year and under 2...... 5 00
Ram lnmb under 1 year....- 3 00
Ewe 2 years and over 8 00
Ewe 1 yearund under 2 6 00
Ewo lumb under 1 year 3 Cty
COTSWOLD, OB LONCJ WOOLEO SUEEP,
Ram 2 years and over 8 00
Ram l year and under 2 , , 6 0i
Rani lambuuder t year 3 00
Ewe 2 years and over - 8 00
Ewe l year and. undor 2. 5 00
Ewo lamb under 1 year. 3 00
j TINE WOOLED SUEEP.
Raru 2 years and over 8 00
Ram 1 year and under. 2. 6 00
Ram lamb under 1 year 3 Ou
Ewe 2 years nud over. 8 00
Ewe 1 year aud under 2 5 oo
Ewo under I year, 3 00
SWEEPSTAKES ON 8TIEEP.
Flock of Southdowns. one ram and
three ewes, of auy age 8 00
Flock of long wooled sheep, one rain
and three ewes, ot any 8 00
Flock of tine wooled sheep, one ram
aud three owes, of any age 8 00
Rum of uuv use or breed 8 w
Ewe of uuy nice or breed 8 00
ojieeiui premium oy v;ieiueiis usuuiup,
uiucmnsti, lor uest uiree int. sueep,
handsome gold-lined sliver cup, csh
value 10 00
SPEED RING FKEE FOK ALL,
1. Crlt. Davis, Harrodsburg, Ky., enters
Maud Messenger, by Meksenger Chief.
2. T. J. Snyder, N. Mlddletown, Ky., enters
b. in. Alice Stonor, by Strathmore.
3. H. P. Wade, Jett'ersou, Ohio, outers br.
h. Reveille, by New York.
4. Frank Vnnness, Lexington, Ky., enters
bile. h. Alexander, by Hon Putcheil.
5. S. M. Poyntz, Mnytvllle, Ky., enters br.
mare Leoutlne, by Hamlet.
1. P. II. McNaney. Filmouth, Ky., enters b.
in, Maggie 8., by hob Lee.
2. l)i. L. Herr, Lexington, Ky.. enters blk.
ui. Lucy Motiabau, by sou of G. Wilkes
J. S. Atwood, Ripley, Ohio, enters g, in.
L.idy Torrenee, by Niiurod.
4. H. P. Wnde, JelTsrson, Ghlo, enters blk.
b. Muplewood, by Kew York.
C. P. P. Johnson. Lexington, Ky., enters b.
g. Tom Coons, by American Clay.
0. H. L. Peen. Lexington, Ky., enters b. g.
King Edward, by George Wlllses.
7. Keller Thomas, Purl.-, Ky., enters b. m
Emma Strathmore by Struthinore.
8. Frank Vonnos, Lexington, Ky.. onteis
b g. Isunc, by Georue Wilkes.
0. W. H. wllsnti, Cyntlilunn. Ky., enters g.
i. Gray Prince, by George D. Prentice.
10. W. II. Wilson, Cyntlilunn, Ky., enters b.
m. Lnky Raymond, by Cnrllsle.
11. W. L, Simmons, Lexington, enters br. h.
Hob's Jul', bv Georue Wilkes.
12. W. CTlirelkeid, M'g View, Ky., eutors
lch.g. Sorrel Dun, by Almoin,
STAKE BADE FOB OLDS.
Fifty dollars entrance; half forfeit, or only
310 It declared out by August 1, 1883. The
Association to udd SI00; second horse to save
entrance mouey. Closed with tho following
1. B.J. Treacy, Lexington, Ky., enters r. f.
French Lawn, by Alice
White, by Walker's Denmark.
2. John T. McMillan, Purls, Ky., enters b.g.
Boss Monroe, by Jim Mouroe, dam Doll, by
111 uclc Prince.
3. R. S. Strndor, Lexington, Ky., enters Nut
Brown Mnld.by Happy Traveler,
4. Dr. L. Herr. Lexington, Ky.,entors
Boy, by Vou Arului, dam by American
6. R. P. Pepper, Frankfort, Ky., enters b. g.
0. Crlt. Davis Harrodsburg, Ky., enters b.
in. Maggie Stownrt, by Messeuger Chief, by
FOURTH DAY-FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.
Best boar 2 years old and over SS 00
Best hour 1 year and under 2 6 00
Bestjiour pig under 1 year 3 00
Best sow 2 years and over .. 8 00
Rest sow 1 year and uuder2 a C)
Best sow pig under 1 year 3 00
Best boar 2 years and over 8 00
Best hour 1 year and under 5 00
Best bonr nig under 1 year 3 00
Hest sow 2 years nnil over. 8 00
Best sow 1 your nud under 2 5 00
Best sow pig under 1 year 8 00
Bevt bonr any ago or breed 10 00
Best sow any ago or breed, 10 00
Best, Rtnlllnn 4 yeurs and over 20 00
Best stallion 3 years and under 4 15 00
Best stiilllon 2 years and under 3 10 ou
Best inure 4 yeurs and over .'. 20 00
Best mnre 3 years and under 4 15 00
Best mare 2 yeurs uud under 3 10 0U
Special" vnenilutn by A. E. Burkhurdt it
Co., 113 West Fourth street, Cincinnati,
one lino hut, purchased In
Europe specinlly for tins premium for
Best lady equestrienne , 40 00
Special premium by Herman Lnngo,
Maysville, Ky silver tlowor stand tor
Second best ludy equestrienne 10 00
HACKING. HORSE. ,
Fastest racking liorso, mare or gelding,
once around the track , 20 00
Best gelding 4 years and over 20 00
Best gelding 3 yeurs and under 4 15 00
Best gelding 2 year nud under 3 10 00
By J. Blnkeborough, Maysville, Ky., for
best dairy cow, onen to all breeds, lino
silver water service, cash vnluo.i 25 00
Second best, open to all breeds, flno silver
urn, cush value , 15 CO
Special premium otlored by tho old
of Maysvlllo for tho fastest blcyclo rider,
half milo heats, two best In three.
First 815 00
Second M 10 CO
Third 5 0,04
, SPECIAL PBEMIU.U.
8200 In stock of Maysvlllo Fair Company for
tho finest baby.
Tho nbovo premium will bo given by L. B.
Armstrong, lnvontornnd proprietor of "Armstrong
Elnstlo Roof Paint' To tho finest boy
or girl baby undor eighteen mouths old, as
follows: Two ,,hundrfd dqllliTa i,ln Mght
shRresof stock-in" the fsfr AocIMlon,wlll
ai once u itunea over loxue succensrui competitor,
but the stock' is to remain as an In-vested
to accumulate, and to bo paid to'tbe
winner If aboy, Whenlio attains the age of
If a girl, when she Is eight'
teen year oldr Bring on the lltto pets,
spked ring 2:27 class 83o0
1. Dr. L. Horr, Lexington, Ky..nlors Oh. in.
Kitty Silver, by Mnmbrlno Putchen.
2. U.. P. Wade, Jefforson, O eutors br. h.
RoYoIHo, by Now-York.
3. J. W. Smith, Sbawhau, Ky., entors oh. g.
Tucker, by Strathmore. ,
4; Ht hr Penn, Lexington, Ky., enters g. g.
5. E. HMuln Loxlngton, Ky., enters, br g.
by Boeojior. i , - - . ..
6. T. .1. SydneKNbtthMlddletown.Ky., outers
b. g. Mystery, by Magta.
7. Keller ThomtiK, Paris. Ky., entors ch. m.
Nntinlo 'ittlbott, by Strathmore. .
8. A. J. Hook, Paris,. Ky., enters br. h. Cyclone,
by Cullb.ui. .
9. Frank Van n ess, Lexington, Ky., outeri
br. h. Alcyone, by Gep. Wilkes.
" SEPT. 10,
Bost mule 4 yeara and ovur, W. W. Baldwin,
Miiysville, Ky - a
Bjst mule 8 years ahd under 4, W. W. Baldwin,
Best mule 2 years and dnder 3, Jas. N. Kirk,
Wnvlitiurlnn. . ,. Ifv. . ' .
..' '. r ti fl,l.n1l
Best mule under I year, D, li. illiUillUU,
Ueloun, Ky. . . . .
Best pair broke mules, W. W. Baldwin,
JACKS AND JENNETS.
Best Jack 4 years and dvor, D. B. Mitchell,
Helena, Ky. . .. ,
Bestjuck under 4 years, J. J. Graham. Poplar
Plains, Ky. .,,.,
Best Jennet 4 years and over.-D. B. Mitchell,
Helena, Ky. ,,,. , ,.
Best Jonuot uuder 4 yeais, D. B. Mitchell,
LIGHT HABNES3 HORSES.
Best light harness gelding 4 years old and
over, W. W. Baldwin, Maysville, Ky.
Best light harness gelding 3 years old and
uuiler 4, T. Auglln, Lexington. Ky.
Best light harness gelding 2 years old and
uuder 3, C. T. Donnell & Bro., Carlisle, Ky.
Light harness gelding any age, J. C. Elgin,
SPECIAL AND FANCY
Special premium by Howell Gano & Co.,
Clnuiuuutl, O , for the fastest mare or gelding,
to be driven to light buggy by owner
in lie bouts, two oest in three, one hundsouie
latest Improved double barrel breech loading
shot-gun, cush value, Stf, S. C. Cnrpeuter,
No protessloual driver allowed to enter.
The liorso driven must be used legul uly s a
roadster. No boot or weigh. s allowed. Five
to mi, three to start.
Best sad tie gelding 4 yeurs old and over, W
W. Baldwin, Maysvill, Ky.
Bestsudulegeiumg3yers nud undor 4, W.
T. Biowuiug, Shun ou, Ky.
Best, suddittgdldliig 2 yeur and-under 3, W.
E. Ellis, Maysville, Ky. ,
By James Wilde, Jr., & Co., Clothiers
For best boy rider nnder 14 old, on
nue suit of clother to ordei, Ti omus Golf,
Second best boy i tiler one suit or clothe. W .
S. Wel.s, Ky,
Myall, Riley $: tor fulet runnlnu
horse, mure or ue.iiliii;, heiu, bet
two In three, Chuniotou Light .dower, s. M.
Poviitz. .Maysville, Ky.
Entries coufl:ied to Aluson nud udj'dtilng
counties, uud Ad'anis aud B:qwu co..utie.,
Ohio. . '
FLORAL HALL PREMIUMS.
Wool blankets, Mrs. E. L'tyton, county.
Rng carpets, Mi. . I). Huigoyue. city.
Hearth rug, Miss Small Joiines Aberdeen.
Fancy wool hoe, Miss S. D. Pollock. Ger
Cotton and wool hose, (display) MIssS. D.
Plain wool hose, .Miss Eliza Owens, county.
lalu wool gloves. Mrs. S. Uiorfn Kirk,
Mlk or velvet quilt, Miss Lizzie Cox, city.
Worsted qulli, Mrs. Jo. Ciay, Carlisle.
Enibioldered slfppevs, Mis. Hugh Bier-bower,
Luce work, Miss Ida Wall, Fleming.
Coiion mats, Mls Ltz.le Hickman, Purls..
Wool mills, Mis J. J. shuckleford, city.
Cotiou tidy, Mss Julia Porter, city.
Toilet cushion, Miss M. A. Farley. Aberdeen.
tiotu cushion, Miss Alice Wortlilugtou,
Kensington embroidery, Mrs. J.J.
Applique Cretonne, Mrs, Joseph Clay, Carlisle.
Darned net, Mrs. M. V. Martin, city.
Afghun, Mrs. J. J. Hhuekleiord, city.
Lambrequin, Mrs.Sullle Bright, Lexington,
Pillow cases. Miss Joeruer. city.
Silk glove, Mrs. Thos. Juckson, city.
Silk hose, Mrs.Sullle Bright, Lexiugtoti.
Rlc rue, Mrs. Grnyblll.
White counterpane, Miss Joerger, city.
Salt rising bread, Miss Emma Bauer, city.
Yeast biead, Mrs. John B. Poyntz, county.
White cake, Mrs. .1. W. Alexander, city.
Augers food, Mrs. C. E. Tubb. city. '
Sponge cuke, Mrs. J. W. Elliott, German-town.
Pound cake, Mrs. J. W. Elliott, German-
Peach preserves, Mrs. J. W- Elliott,
Pear preserves, Mrs. S. B. Kirk, county.
Strawberry preserves, Mrs. J. W. Elliott,
Collection Jellies, Mrs. Pat Cullen, city.
Collection pickles, Mrs. G. T. Hunter, city.
Flour, " Old Gold," Robinson & Co.
Meal, Robinson & Co.
Drawing In pencil, Miss Bessie Morgan.
Child's apron, Mrs. Wlllett.
Cullco dress, Miss Duke.
Peaches, Mrs. Moses Dimmitt.
Pears, W. It. Dariinll, Mt. Carmel.
Collection of fruit, W. R. Darnull, Mt. Carmel.
Grapes, Nicholas Burger.
. Hand bouquet, 1st premium, Mrs. J. W.
Elliott; second premium, same.
Irish potatoes Jacob Roser.
Onions J. R. Culvert.
Watermelons, C. F. Marsh.
Korshaws, Fred Aim.
Pumpkin, Mrs. John Brodt.
Wheat, J. C. Thomas, tlrst premium, S25;
John Feltzher, second, S18; It. S. Meiford,
Yellow corn, Stanley Lee
White corn, Stauley Lee.
Best live pounds ot butter, 25 entries, W. B.
Hawkins, Lexington, tirst premium, 815; Miss
Grace Blorbower, city, second, 812; .Mrs. Salllo
Brown Kirk, city, thliil.SS.
Plymouth Rocks, Miss E. Lnuge. ,
Game, Jerry O. Johnsou.
Peklu Duck, Hord Winn.
Double, Thomas Jackson, city.
Slugle, Thomas Juckson, city.
Bright leaf, 32 entiles, W.S. Cllft first, 813: II.
P. Mcllyaln second, 810 ; J. W. Tlltou third,
Red leaf, 21 entries, J. W. Tiltoh first, SIS;
Mike Kearney secoiid, 810; John Dwlro
Thoro was a largely increased attendance
yesterday and it is still larger today.
Tho exhibits by J. II. Hall & Co.,
Myall, KiloyVt Porter, and Thomas Jackf
son attracted much attention.
Throe omnibuses run to tho fair
grounds from tho" terminus of tho street
railway. Tho faro charged by them is
only five cents.
Tho Champion Light Mowor oilored
by Messrs. Myall, Kiloy & Porter for tho
fastest running horse, maro or gelding,
heats, two best In three,, was
won by Mr. S, M. Poyntz's horsp Beech-wood,-
The milo was run in 1:43, as in
dicated by tho board,
Tho dining hall at tho fair grounds is
irt cftc;);cimife.'pt lwlo of: thi
So'uth&rh Presbyterian, and Episcopal
churches, who aro among tho best houso
kcepofs in the city. They have prepared
a bill of faro for each dnv that cannot
i. a ww t . Trnv -- - r -; ii r .,
fail to plonso the most exacting taste.
The pripo is only fifty cents.
Thoro wan a spirited contest for tho
premium pnvon by Messrb, Howellj Gano
& Co., of Cincinnati.' It was for the
fastest mare or gelding, driven to alight
buggy, nonprofessional driver allowed tq
enter. Messrs. Carpenter, Wilson,
der, Sparger, Chenoweth, Hechihger and
Clift wore the contestants. Tho first
named won the premium in two straight
heats. .Time 2:49, 2:46.
In tho stake race for
there wore nine entries. Only threo
horses stnrted Stewart, Wilkes Boy and
Prince Edwurd. The first named won
the race in threo 6truight heats, making
fast time for a three-year-old, when the
condition W the track is taken into consideration.
Stewart . 1 1 1
w likes Boy 3 2 2
Pilnce Edward 2 3 3
In the 2:30 class there were six entries.
Pive horses started Defender, Nanhie
Talbott, Boston Davis, Georgie W. and
Zulu. Defender won the purse with ease
in threo straight heats. '
Defender 1 1 1
Nanuto Tolbott 4 4 2
' Boston Duvls 2 3 4
UeorgleW . 3 2 3
Zulu 5 5 5
Air ANTED A good servant girl who cun do
V t . cooking nnd general house work. No
washing or ironing required. .Apply nt
slDdlw THIS OFFICE.
WANTED-A purchaser for a Jersey Bull
culf, realstered in American Jersoy
Herd Boot. Call at my ntllce.
s6 V. Ii. HOLMES, Maysville, Ky
tenant to sow about liny
acies or less of wheat on shares. Apply
to JOHN G. BACON, Tucknhoe Ridge.
70R SALE-A new one-horse curt, iron
F . axel. i ADnly !.. - .. at T. .. Lorv'aurocery. .. . . -! Plum
sireei, near rourin ireei. . sr&il4twlt.
FOR HALE A fancy combined saddle uud
hnrness mare, cheap. Apnly at Hie oftlce
of J. H. HALL A CO., Eugle Plow Works.
building lots In-Chester.
Price fiom SUN) to SI). Will sell ou
monthly payments. Apply to M.F. MARSH,
uge t.Sution street.
T70R SALE A good xewlua Bia-I
chine. Inquire of J.J. McCartney, ol the
wt. Carmel 'bus for price. a22tf
T7OR RLE Mason county farms A No. I
1 containing 223 acres, 180 acre-, 131 acre?
112 acres. It 6 acres, SO acres. All luiprovrtl.
ppiy o GARRET!' . WALL. Mavsvllle,
f.OR SALE "Edgewood," the
ble home about Maysville. eluh'e'en ncres
of pronnd. ilwelllns; und out fruit
nud flowers, all in good order. Apply to G.
consisting of parlor sets, wardrobe,
marble .top burmus, wash stands, dining
room tubles, chnirs and othe articles too numerous
to mention. Persons desiring any of
the nbovo named nrtlcles enn net them by
calling on MRS. MARGVRET FRANKLIN,
Wrll street, Maysville, Ky. siTd&wlw
1 1 f 1 i !
'7OR RENT My two story brick ware-L
house, corner Short und Second streets.
size bf rooms thirty-two by one hundred teet.
Well adnpted for grain or t6bucco. Apidy nt
ZWEIGART'S meat stole. slid
We are authorized to announce that HORACE
JANUARY is a candidate ror re-election
ns Muyot of Maysville, at the ensuing
For ZtlurNlinl. ,
We are authorized to announce JaMES
HASSON, Hr., as a cundldatcfor city iparshnl
at the Jan'unry election. Not one cent lor
We ure authorized to announce that W. B.
DAWSUN is a candidate fortheolllce of City
Mnrshal. nt the ensuing. Jnuunry election,
He'sollcits tho support of his friends.
We nro authorized that JAMES
REDM.OND is 'a candidate for re-election as
Marshal of Maysvlllo at the ensuing January
electiou. The support ot his friends is solicited.
MR. ROBERT W. BROWNINXJ announces
that ho Is a candidate tor City Marshal at tho
ensuluK January election, on the first Monday
in January, 18S1. Your support is solicited.
Ho for the FAIR !
riinp steamer KATIE PR ATHER will make
X regular trips during tho .Maysvlllo fair.
FARE 10 CENTS EACH WAY.
Ky, Trotting Horse Breete' Association,
Fall Meeting, 1083. $2,600 In Premiums.
OCTOBER U, 10, II anil IS.
FII13T DA Y TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 0.
No. 1 Lexington Stnkes for
$50 each, 823 forfeit, 810 declaration ;
to add S100, two-thirds of tho whole
shiko to tho first, two-thirds of tho remainder
to tho second, tho balnnco to third. Closed
with 122 nominations, CO of whom declared.
No. 2 Purso SUV) for 2:10 class ; $3C0 to first.
SCO to second, 310 to thlrj
8KCONP DAY WEDNESDAY, OCTOnEIt 10.
No. 8 Kentucky
$30 each, $23 fortelt, SIO lfdeclnred, Sioo added;
two. thirds of tho whole .stake to tho first,
of remalndor to second, balance
to third. Closed with 101 entries, Oil ot whom
declared, and 2 doud.
No. 4 Purse" $400 tor 3:00 class; $300 to tlrst,
$00 to second, $-10 to third.
THIKD OCTODEU 11.
No. 5 Blue Grass Stakes for four-year-olds,
$30 each, 825 fortelt, $10 If declaration, Association
to add 8300; two-thirds ot tho whole
stuko to first, two-thirds of remainder to
bnlanco to third. Closed with 71 entries,
63 of whom declared, aud one dead.
No. 0 Purse $100 for 2:30 cluss; $300 to first,
$00 to second, $10 to third.
KOUJITU DAY FltlDAY, OOTOIIEU 12.
Iso. $100 for 2:50 class; $300 to first,
$00 to second, $10 to third.
No 100 for 2:23 class; $300 to first,
$00 to second, $40 to third.
Entranco feo 10 percent., aud should accompany
A liorso distancing tho field or any part
thereof, will receive out one premium.
Flvo or' mora eutrles required to till, threo
to start; to namo nnd close Monday, October
1st, 1883, nt 11 o'clock p. 111. .
T J. MEGIBBEN, President.
B. G. BKUdE, Secretary. sl7d&wlw
. - i&ixy hf ... t.!
Maysv ille vStDayton,
SUN3DIA7, Sept. v233
at tho, Fair .Grounds, Admlsssion 23c. Ln-
dies free. r ;sl8d5t
' Still- Ahead tr
THE Largest, . Finest aud Freshest
MILUNEnV AND FANCX COOD8
in tho city, now open for Inspection nt Mrs.
M. ARCHDECON'S, No. 31, '.Market street
oast side. I'have secured the services' or nn
experienced trimmer und all work' guaranteed.
Cull and see me, 'i ' 8l4dlw
Stale & MotiroB St$., Chicago. 1:
Wll licnd rniuJ to nnr Mrru titli ,
BAND CATALOGUE, i
for.lM3, W0 pXfUM j, HCkm1
01 inilram.nu. suiu, Ops IWu,
SUnJi. Dram Mulor'i StITu jl
,iuuftnanv7 moa uuinu.) lv,Tnnf
iirrun,ftuoiDcinr, iaiirycn nnd ex,
vrm inr Ainswir iMutuh ma biMWfui1
etCbolcDu4Ulc , (
Two -Story BUXCK Mouse,
Contninlne.sQverforolght fQoms'.ln the city
of Maysvllje. Will sell cheap a'nd ipou terms
to suit purchaser. Cull on or address
S. E. MITCH ELL,JM. D.,
a2dtf Sharpsburgj ICy.
RO. KIRK has opened a daily meat
ket on Market street, next ridpr.tn It. B.
Lovel's, and will keep all kinds f fresh meat
at prices and will deliver It In any
partof the city. Call aud see me.
nl4d0m It. C. KIRK.
STOCKHOLDERS ot tho Maysville, Mt.
and Carlisle Telephone Company aro
requested to meet at the Co'ducll Chamber in
Maysvlllo on Friday, September 21st, ot 7
o clock p. m., (or the purpose of organizing
aod electing a board of directors. Treasurer
and Superintendent. Each stockholder is
requested to be present, either in person or
by proxy. JAMES S. HUFF.
THE Fair Association offers a roward of 825
for the arrest and conviction oftlmrmr.
stold ,the .lead, pipe .from the fulrJ
grouuus. jie aoove rewara win bo given for
the urrest and conviction of any one committing
depredations on the ground.
sl4dlw J. w, WATSON, President.
MM ANNA FRAZAR.
Dry Goods and Hot ions,
Furnishing Goods, Books, Stationery and
for small children and grown persons a specialty.
A large stock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
of all KltfUs. Novelties of a'l k nils and PRICES
VERY LO My stock Is cunplete In
all lines and I guarantee satisfaction in all
cases. Tho public putionnge soHclte'1
sl3dtf MIHSANNA FRAZAR.
830,000 FOR 82.
'Regular Monthly Irnu'liir will
QT take place In the Masonic Hall,
Building, Louisville, Ky.
TILUMSnAY: Sept, 27, 1SS3
A Lawful Lottery mill Fnir DraiviiiKN
chartered by the Legislature of Ky. aud twice
declared legal by the highest ceurt in the
State. Bond given to Henry county in the
sum of 3100,000 for the prompt pnymeut of all
A Revolution In Single Xuniber
HtB"Every ticket holder his own supervisor,
cnu call out the-number ou his ticket and see
tho corresponding number on the tog placed
In the wheel In his presence. These druwlngs
will occur oli tha last Thursday of every
mouth. Reud the magnificent
i Prize 530,000
1 Prize lD.HUO
1 t'rize . , s,umi
2 Prizes, $2,500 each., 5,000
5 Prizes, 1,11)0 euoh , 5,000
9 Prizes, SiMJeucb, Approx'u Prizes. 2.700
I) 200 " '
Prizes, each, 1,800
0 Prizes, 100 endi, " " 000
20 Prizes, 500 each 10,001
100 Prizes. J00 each 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 each..: 10,000
fill) Prizes. 20 euoh lO.iOO
1000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000
1,837 Prizes, $110,100
Whole TifUcfN, 2. Unir Tickets, $L
27 TlcliUtN, 8-10. 15 Ticket 8IOO.
Remit money or bank draft in letter, or
send by express. DON'T SEND BV REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER,
until lurthor notice. Orders of $5 nnd upward
bv express, can be seut at our own expense.
Address nil orders to J. J. DOLTGLAS,
sepi7dttwly Louisville, Ky.
WBinesiay and Tlinrsday, Oct, 10, 11,
Wo will Koll'nt Messrs. Treacy it Wilson's stable,
Lexington, Ky., conuneuclng promntlv
nt one o'clock on Wednesday and ten o'clock
125 Registered Jersey Cattle,
mostly young cows and heifers in calf to
choice bulls. The llst'.comnrlses six well-bred
Signal heifers, an imported dnughtor of Duke
70, an Imported daughter and a double granddaughter
of tho famous .Lo Jlrocou's Prize, n
daughter of Count St. George, n son and
grand-daughters of the Coomassle Bull
Catanio, two grand-daughters of Polonlus,
tho Signal bull, Jessup, 8410. a
of Almnh of Oakland, record 10 pounds
nnd lourteen ounces in seven days, nnd others
of individual oxcollenco nnd good breeding
from such families ns tho Plorrots, Rujahs
Alpheas, Roxs, etc. Salo positive nnd without
rosorvo or Catalogues can bo
had bv applying to It. Michael, Loxington',
Ky., who will contribute 15 head. Terms
cash or satisfactory note bearing 8 percent.
llllUliai. vuu.. vwui;uwi.
Col; R. E. EdmonboN, Auctioneers. td
CAirr, P. C. Kidb,
LL persons owing State and Cou3ty'txM(,
olV for iB&l.wlil nlmiHQ cull at the livery St--
of YHu'coy&AlexuiHlorahd natho' satij,
lflT ir A T T.'V A'KTni7"I
sHdStwlt Deputy Sheriff
St. Charles Restaurant
TS now receiving FRESH OYSTERS Riidt
servlnu, them hi any st lo Board
by the day V weekormealnt vea8ouabioprt'!9'
' ' BAROROFT7
Frout St., next to St. Charles sarddle rooms.,
Baltimore Oyster Depot
SIGN OF BED ELA&,
BEST grades ot Oystors received dally ana
for sale wliolemle, and rotnll by the Cao.
or hull can or in bulk. Bestoflak6 ,,
FISH and GAMJE
In season. Oysters delivered at your door
morning and evening by a reliable person
with white hiuron aud bell In hand. Give me
a call. "WM. DUDLEY,
Market St.. 4 doors below Lovell's grocery.
IC E I
, -Mado from
PUBE DISTILLED WATER
for sale at all times and In any quantity by
Artificial Ice and Refrigerator Co.
COLO STORAQE A SPECIALTY. Address
all orders' to c, S. LEACH,
17w Wall, between Second aud Third Sis.
F AM 1 LY G1CEIS,
-A - k. LX
Highest cosh price paid for count ry.ptoduco.
Jyl3dtf Comer Fourth and Plifra'streets.
WILL offer at public sale,-my farm of 200
acies ou Nntrtnlrty
to the highest bidder, situated ten miles
southeast of Maysville, on the Vancebrugaua
.Maysville turnpike, in Mason county, about
three miles trom Tollesboro and
of a mile from Rectorvllle. This farm has
about liWactes In a high tnto of cultivation
and 40 acres in the best of timber. It contains
one good 'dwelling with good ontbulldlugs.
It lias also quo tenant house, two No.l to
bncco buruR, ifhd bus an supply of
water. A school house snd chinch Is convenient.
I will shII the above In two parts
; altogether to suit tho purchaser. Also,
and kitchen furultuie. Terms of
the hind made knnwn on day of sale. Terms
e.isy. Sale at 10 a. m . L. D. TOLLE.
J. J. McCarthy, Auctioneer. sGdtd
A General Request,
IN response to a very general request
been induced to nut upon the market
11 fu'i Hue of the best makes of
which weoflernt reduced rates. Needles. Oils,
uud Attachments for all kinds of Muonlnos
constantly on hand.
ttSTSPECIAL NOTICE. A competent
in theolHco will repair auy kind of Sew
lug machine promptly 'and satisfactorily,,
maklug them as good as new,
A. SORRIES fe SON.
East Secoud street, Maysville, Ky.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidneys.
BAS been used with most gratifying
In many obstinate cases. Prof, F.
VV. Clark, professor of Chemistry ut the university
ot Cincinnati sn s tills witter "belongs
to the same cluss with that of tho Alleghany
Springs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal vlrtueH
of which are too well known to be stilted here.
Those who desire to try this famous water
are referred to Captain C. W. Boyd, Lovunna
Ohio; Captain C. M. Hnllowny, Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Rulpe, Cluctnuutl, Ohio. For Bala
In half barrels and jugs by
UUS. SIMMONS, Proprietor,
rn23dS:wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
B cs imon?
And Housofiirnisliing Goads.
Absolutely THE CHEAPEST PRICES IIT
THE CITY. Fresli stock In all departments
Plain and Decorated
in great.varioty nnd LATEST STYLES. Visitors
to the Fair will
by giving me a call. BarRemombot1 money
saved is money earned, . S. SIMON,
slTdlw - ' ' , Markot Street, '
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