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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 21, 1883.
HOSSER & MoOABTHY,
Publishers nd Proprietors,
To Wnok addrksb Am. Comitonioations
Coming this wny.
Of all that Is now
Iu fashions she chats,
Of laocs and gloves,
Birds, feathers and hats.
Look out for burglars.
Buttku is a lienor in prico thia week.
It is quoted nt 20 nnd 25 conts n nouiul.
Seven houses woro robuod by burglars
nt Lexington on the night of the 10th
Finn bugs are warned that this is a
dangerous neighborhood for their
In n Btrcot tight- nt Paris on Sunday
evoning, Walter Dimmitt was seriously
cut by Alfred Dcnn.
Mr. G. A. McCakthkv has a novelty,
in tho way of n coal oil lump, that is
said to bo tho best in uso.
We nro indobted to Mr. Frank Reynolds,
Express Messonger on tho Kentucky
Central, for lato Lexington papers.
-11 I ' - I.
. Mn. "W. D. Hixbon is announced
ns n candidato for City Assessor.
lie is, capa.blo of making an, oxcollent
Tiierb was a largo nudienco at tho
Opera IIouso last night to witness tho
presentation of " Kit," nnd the play was
The sixteonth volume of tho Encyclopedia
Britanica has been received by
Mr. W. ft. IlixBon, llio librarian of tho
We loarn from a Bourco that wo consider
reliable, that the electric Ifcht in
l..,o.i:il :.. .. .. .!..... nnd ll... ..l..
iMnysVdle is a certaiiiiy, only
question is what liglit will ho used.
Rkv. F. J. Cuisivof Carrollton, Ky.,
has made nu engagement to preach regularly
nt Brooksvillo, ono Sunday in
each month, and on tho other SnbbnThfl
will assist country churches in protracted
The prico of gas in Covington will bo
reduced January 1, from $2.50 to $2 por
thousand feet. Tho company anticipate
that tho amount consumed will bo lurgi
ly Increased in consoquenco. Tho attention
of tho Maysvillo company is called
to this item.
The United Stut Electric Light nt
tho knitting factory continues to givo
perfect satisfaction. It ipay bo scon in
operation every afternoon from live to
six o'clock, and thoso who wisli to look
at it will bo mado welcomo by tho gentlemen
of tho Knitting Company.
A frame stable in tho rear of Dr. John
Slmckloford's residence on Third street,
caught flro Tuesday night nbout eight
o'clock, and burned to tho ground.
Tho llro department wns at hand promptly,
but owing to Iho combustible nnturo
of tho structure, it was impossible to
stay tho flames.
Theue will bo preaching in Sardis at
tho M. E. Church, South, next Sunday
by tho pastor, taking as his subject,
"That the church established iu tho
family of Abraham was tho samo church
continued under tho gospel dispensation,
and as infants were admitted to the privileges
of thoformorby circumcision, they
should now bo baptized."
An attempt wns mado Tuesday night
to burn a framo building in Chester, near
tho Btreot car stables, belonging to Holiday
& Hutcheson, by-saturating tho outside
with coal oil. When tho flames
wero first seen an effort was made to put
thorn out by throwing on what was
thought to bo. water, in a bucket neor
by, but it proved to be coal oil. Tho
flro was however distinguished, and only
slight damage done,
The receipts for wharfago at this place
Binco 1875 aro as follows:
1875 J 1,090 x
1870. -1.217 OT)
1877.. 4,178 Wl
187K 4..VJJ K8
1871) 4,31(1 &')
looU, , tf .. l,(sy (to
looltMMtli(ttiiit((t 4. loll 70
1882. -1,000 00
18J (ten. months 2,U0 70
Tho decrease in 1883 is duo to low water
in tho river, and tho discontinuance
of tho railroad boats which paid n
of $00 a month.
Hark, Yo Adclplilnns !
Tho oraclo calls rouso, rouso yo
to tho temple at 0 p. in. to-night
(Wednesday.) A brother has been taken
captivo nnd a strango exporionco awaits
him, from which ho must bo rescuod, if
thero bo human means to eavo. "Tho
Knights of tho Goldon Floeco," must
come in full armour, nnd tho " Plutonian
Band," in full regalia, and each
brother shall bear In his right band n
flaming fagot of ryo straw. Tho Oracle
bo speaks and expects ovory brothor to
duly perform his duty.
Tub Hian Fiiibst,
Amanuonsis to tho Oraclo.
Bpoclal to Daily Uullktiw.
AuausTA, Ky., Novombor 21 A. 0.
Armstrong was instantly killed
whilo helping to move n houeo. It
foil upon him breaking his neck, sovcral
ribs and his leg. Ho was a usoful and
citizen. Ho was tho school com
missionor for eightoon years nnd
Bracken county for three- terms in
tho lowor houBO of tho Legislature. Ho
will bo buried by tho Masonic fraternity
on Thursday afternoon nt two o'clock.
Mr. John Rifl, of Loxington, is tho
gueBt of Maysvillo friends.
Miss Mollio Caldwell, of Ripley, is the
guest of Miss Annie P. Lynch.
Miss Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, and
Miss McKinnoy, of Stanford, will arrive
on Monday to visit tho family of Mr. R.
Cards havo been issued announcing
tho marriage of Miss Adah Brynn Stitt,
of Paris, to Mr. John D. Duloy, at tho
Bourbon IIouso, Paris, on Wednesday,
Novombor 28th, at four o'clock p. m.
.- Mr. Wm. Tarletou and brldu of Martins
vtllc. Indiana, aro spending a row days With
relatives in this place.
Miss Lizzie Itauklus, of Augusta, Is tho
welcomo guest or hoc slstor, Mrs. Chniloi
'J ho Misses Lamb entertained Mrs. Kitten-our
and Miss Lyda Thompson, of
Ohio, nnd Miss Llzzlo Hargont, of Portsmouth.
All who had tho plcasuro of attending tho
masquerade party at tho residence Charley
Hunter, last week, spent a most dellshtitil
evening, llopo there will bo sevoial mure,
the coming winter.
Thoro will bo services In tho Methodist
Cliuich In this place Thanksgiving.
by ltev. Mr. Pollltt.
Holman Bouldon, of Hardls, la a visitor ot
the family of Dr. Hunter.
Mis. Hue Wilson, or Dover, spent Sunday
with her Mster, Mrs. Lyda Lurtey.
Owing to the Inclement weather tho supper
utveu by tho members or tho
Ian Chinch was not as great a success as
they would like for It to havo beeu. Try It
Mrs. Mallnda Walllugrord Is visiting her
son, J. II, Wnlllngford,
Miss Ada QloKcock was thrown from her
liorso lut Sunday, and, fortuuatoly, sustain
ed no minium injury.
IIUIIO 1UUH unu nur NI1UT, Ullllll', UI
Uit. Carmol, are ylsitlut: Miss NunnloCalvort
Miss Emma Duraut Is visiting her uncle'
.til. A. IjlllVUrU
Oar "dedication" was qulto a success
ami In point ot numbers. Neurlv
enough was contributed to pay oiltho churcli
Elder Keyes has bcon employed as pastor
or the churcli atHtono Lick,
In the good old days of tho apostle tho
piouolilnn was "Jesus Christ and him crucified
" Now a larco majority or It is "Money
uud missions." Then religion was noted for
Its piety, now II Is measured by the amount
or cash ulvou. ltKronnn.
FIVE WEDDINU GOWNS.
Somo Urltlnl Costumes that were Worn
in New York this week Described.
New York Telegram.
At tho Cole-Myor marriago on "Wednesday,
tho bridal costumo, was regarded as
very linndsorao, Tho court train ia of
white satin brocado and tho rest of tho
dress is covered with point lnco. It lias a
Pompadour neck filled in with point laco
und fastened witli a diamond pin, short
sleovcs, also trimmed with point
lace, caught up with orango blossoms
and diamonds, other ornaments of
diamonds, corsago boquot of apple blossoms.
On tho samoovonlng occurred tho
of Miss Elizaboth Marie nnd Mr.
Rarnwoll. Tho brido wns attired in n
costumo of whito satin trimmed witli
point lnce, waist cut square nnd filled in
with the baine, court train, tullo veil
caught up witli orango blossoms nnd n
diamond pin nnd falling gracefully ovor
tho shoulders, hand bouquet of lillics of
tho valley, other diamond ornamouts. ZZ
At tho Merritt-Newton wedding tho
brido was attired in a costumo of whito
silk, flounces of duchesso lace, tullo veil
caught up wit'' Mermot roses, neck cut
square nnd trimmed with duchesso lace,
Cathetino do Medici collar of duchesso
lace, court train: diamond ornaments,
hand bouquet of Mermct rosos.
Tho dress of Miss Mycr, now Mrs.
Underbill, was of whito silken traino,
with point lnco trimming nnd flowing
point lace veil. On her liidit nrm sho
carried a silvor basket tilled witli whito
Tho bridal costumo at tho
marriago is of whito satin,
laco veil, duchesso laco trimming,
high neck, court train, hand bouquet of
whito roses and lilies of tho valloy.
Advertisements Inserted nndor this
10c per line for each Insertion.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Children's cloaks and cloakings at
Hunt A Doylo's.
Boy preachor'B photographs for Balo at
Kackloy's Gullery. n21d3t
Prof. Lcary'a class in book-keeping
coinmonces to-night. n'-'l
All wool red undershirts nt $1.25 nt
Nesbitt & McKreH's.
Russian circulars and dolmans cheap
at Nesbitt & McKroll's.
Good bed comfoits from 85c. to $2.25
at Nesbitt and McKreU's.
Groat bargains in fino Blankets nt J.
"Y. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market street.
Cloaking and Sacking Cloths cheap at
J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market street
Ninety-eight different styles of now
neckwear opon to-day at Hunt & Doylo's.
Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle,
they know bow to fit you perfectly.
Five hundred dolmans, Jackots and
cloaks nt limit & Doylo'B to-day.
Bring on tho babies. Pictures taken
instantaneously by Knckloy nt M. & K.'a
book store. o20dtf
All wool red Undershirts nt 76c, $1.00
and $1.25 nt J. W Sparks & lire's, 24
Nesbitt & McKroll.nro making leaders
this season, of ladies' and Men's underwear,
Tho largest lino and tho lowest prices
in Maysvillo at Nesbitt & McKroll's.
Pools from 75 cents to $5. Fumlly bibles
now nnd cheap, at Morrison & Kack-
Cloaks, Jackots, Dolmans and Circulars.
Cheapest at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s,
24, Market Btreot.
Poo's Ravon, illustrated by Doro, $9,
list prico $10. For salo by M. & K.
Great bargains in Bed Comforts. Wo
mnko big reductions in tho prices of all
our Bed Comforts. J. "W. Sparks & Bro.
Bird Bog For Snlo.
I havo a number ono bird dog for salo.
Call immediately. John "Wiieelue.
Bisquo goods and ideals, new for
Maysvillo, can bo seen in our show windows
Morrison & Kackley's Book Store.
Shawls J Shawls I We plucoonsaloour
entire stock of -Shawls at a big reduction
from former prices. J. W. Sparks &
Bro., 24, Market street.
Five hundred ladies' Merino Vests
cheap. Ono thousand men's Undershirts
nt 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, COc,
GOc and' 75c, at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s.
m t ii. -
From this date Favorito oysters will
bo reduced to 25 conts n can.
nlGtf John Wheeleb.
Wm. Wormald is selling well screened
Pomoroy coal, delivered iu wagons nt
yard, 0 cents, Peacock 10 cents, Nut coal
8 cents. n21d4tw2w
Young Ladles' Journal.
Double December and Christmas pnrt,
jtiBt received. Prico 00 conts. Harry
Taylor's, No. 23, Market street.
Quart and half gallon buckets will bo
given away with bulk oysters bought of
me, until further notice
nlOdtf John Wiiukmcr.
A diamond ring will bo rnfllcd nt tho
European Hotel this evening nt 8 o'clock.
All interested ate notllled to bo present
ltd John M. Lunrv.
Great Bargains in black Cashmeres,
direct from tho importers all pure wool,
at 50c, GOc, 03c, 75c, 85c, 00c nnd
?1.00. Call and oxnmino before you buy.
J. W. Sparks & Bro.
Books lu Sets.
Bulwcr, Dickens, Geo Elliott,
ly, Gibbons' Romo, Chambers, Hana An-
dorson, and numerous juveniles in sets,
for salo by Morrison & Knckley. 171md
Aycr'8 Sarsaparilla works directly and
promptly, to purify and enrich tho blood,
improve tho appotito, Btrengthon tho
nerves, nnd braco up tho system. It is
in tho truest sonso an alterativo medicine
Evory invalid should givo it a trial.
Mark Twain'a " Life on tho Mississippi,"
"Tom Saw3'cr," "Innocents Abroad,"
Will Carleton's " Farm Ballads," " Farm
Legends," " Farm Festivals." For salo
by M. & K. nl7dlm
If pooplo troubled with colds would
tnko Ayor's Chorryrectpral boforo going
to church or places of entertainment,
they would avoid coughing, greatly to
tho comfort of both speakers and hearors.
Public speakers and singers find that tho
pectoral wonderfully increases tho power
and flexibility of tho voico.
Lost Faith In Physicians.
Thero are innumerable instances whoro
cures havo been affected by Scovillo's
Sarsaparilla, or Blood und Liver Syrup,
for nil diseases of tho blood, when tho
patient has boon given up by physicians.
It is ono of tho best remedies ovor offered
to tho public, nnd ns it is prepared
with tho greatest caro, ns a specific for
certain diseases, it is no wonder that it is
moro oil'ectunl than hastily written and
carelessly prepared prescriptions. Tako
Scovillo's Blood nnd Liver Syrup for all
disorders arising from impure blood. It
is endorsed by all leading professional
Novomlior 15, 188:1, at Aberdeen, Ohio, by
Massle Ileiisloy, Iq., Miss UKOROIANA
MOORI3 to Mr. MAIUNS RICE, of Pondloton
Novemlior IB, 18SI, by samo. Miss LOUISA
MOORIS to Mr. UEOR'ili DIXON, of Lewis
November 16, 1883, by same, Miss MARY
JANE ROSB lo Mr. LENA HIRTON, of
Lewis county, Ky,
November 10, 188.1. by same. Miss JA7.7AE
niCKOHETTE lo Mr. UIIARLEa JONES, ol
November 10, 1883, by same. Miss CLARA
JONES to Mr. OHARUES SMITH, ot Mason
Novc moor 18. 1883, Miss LIZZIE TUCKER
toMr. THOMAH COOPER, orilrackon county,
November 20, 188.'!, by samo. Miss ELINA
llEOKETTtoMr. WM.J. ItEED, of Robertson
Novomer tt), lbKL by samo. Miss ELLA O.
MORANto Air. JOHN WALTON, of
Corrected dally by 11. 1. Lovkl, grocer ami
produso dcMcr, Nos. CO nnd 52, Market sticot,
Coiroe tylt... J ISfa'O
Molasses, old crop, tb gnl m
Molasses, fancy, new (l gal 75
Molasses, sorghum, fancy, 1) gal M
Hugar, yellow V tb H
Sugar, extra O., Ll lb.,., , 0
Bugar A. V lb OJIO
Hugar, granulated V tt 1V&WM
Hugar, nowdoicd, por lb II
Bugar. Now Orloans, V lb VAQ
Teas, to lb lOyl 10
Coal Oil, head light t) gal M
provisions and country imioduck.
Apples, por pock WglO
llacon, break fast 1 IN , 12
Ilacon, clear sides, per lb id
Hucou, Iiams,nt). (;.
Bacon, Bhouldors, por lb 8yl)
Deans Weal i &Ui
Hotter, lb i!0(!2
Chickens, each l.V.ilM
Apples, dried, jier to 8J4
Peaches, dried, por lb hW
Flour, Limestone, per barrol 7 on
Flour, Old Gold, por barrol 7 00
Flour, Maysvillo Fancy, per barrel.... 6 23
Flour, Mason County per barrel 9 2ft
Flonr, Kentucky Family, per barrel.. 0 0C
Flour, Magnolia Family, per.banel .. 5 7fi
Honey, por lb 13320
Hominy, ) gallon 20
Meal V peck 20
Lard, V ro 12U
Onions, per peck 2i330
Potatoes V peck, .. IS
Turkeys, dressoJ, per lb 10Q12J4
maysville coal market.
Anthraclto nt Klevators, por ton 8S.23, delivered.
Youghloghony nt Klovators, per bushel lie
Kanawha at Elovntovs, por bushel He. do
l'oniery at Elovalors, per bushel Uc.
r ANTED Acareful and responsible par-VV
ty to rent my rcsldeuco on tho Fleming
pike either tho wholo orn portion of tho
house. Himill family preforrcd. Apply to
Mis. H. M. Ullmore, or to (Jordan Gllmoro at
tho liatcmuu liouso, Front sticet. ulGtf
thotisanil live turkeys
and 60,000 ilo.un llenh iL'g. Hlulli'Ht
markotprlco paid. H. 11. NOUTHC'OIT & to.,
Button street, Maysvillo, Ky. nnSd&w
w ANTED A good dancing master. Clooil
school Apply wiin terms io"u. n, iv
M,V Shannon, Ky.
good canvasser for a
TT Kt'mni)oo Uood cotnmlnlons. Ex-
elusive territory, WM. OWKNM,
IlENT A brick housoon Fourth h iect
1?OIt ? the Filth Ward with live rooms Ulicl -en
nnd stable, and In a good location. Apply
to JOHN O'DONNT.Mi. liVOiltl
7011 HALE-A blid dog. Call
I : at this olUce. 2ldlw
T7OII liiiriilniTstove, good as
; now. Will bo sold at n bargain. Apply
to T. J. UUUL.EVJ ii2ldlw
A fow moro building lots In
JJIOIIHALE monthly payments of 8").
ulOII M, F. MA hull, Button St.
BALE A smnlr two Htory iranm cut-;
tagoouHecond Terms reasonable.
nO M. F. M AHHH, Hilton stieet.
I7011 yeast by O. W.
Jf OEIBEIi. n2iHllw
gas lamps, inn 11 coal'
X oil. Gives moro iht than two oidlnaiy
gas burueis. ileal coal oil lampln Iliu woild.
For salo by G. A, McCartney, 21 Huilim in..t,
Maysvillo, Ky. n2Idlw
excellent lunge of
JUST coal nt market prices. We have
ulno on huud 011uhlogheny or Jllacksmlth
nut coal at 10 cents per misiici.
20d2w DODSON A VHA'.EK.
77011 HALE acres of good to
1." imcco land, wiin reMiience, orchaid. etc..
In one mllo or Mnysvllle. A bargain.
nl7dlwlmow OAUUETTB. WALL.
HALE Wo havo for salo cheiip, the
" sivsh with glass, glass doors and dresMel
lumber, Milllclent for otllco for store or business
I101K0, tho samo now used by us as au
olllco ut our cigar iitrtory.
7OII SALE TI10 splendid faimof.Mis .In-:
X dlth Calvert, containing about HO acres.
In two miles of Maysvllle nu tho Ohio river,
Ml. Carmel pike, and Huntlnaton's railroad.
Improvements. Flue irult trees
and market garden.
novldAwlm Mnysvllle, Ky.
HALE The farms of Lewis tlrooks
" 221J4 ncies, nearMluerva ; II. M. Marshall,
lKrt iipiu WiisliliiL'lon : K. Howard. V.M
acres, near Maysvillo: Hmoot & Terhune, U'O
acres, on Lawrence Creek; Mrs. McAtee, SO
acres, near Maysvillo; 18 acies at Wollo's
an 1, .inuerva piue.
novld&wlm Mnysvllle, Ky
OR HALE Business houties and dwell'
Inm. Pnrt ol old Goddurd House, comer
Market nnd Front streets-rental 700 per
year, wnrehonso, corner wan ana weconu
Ntrects. Urlck dwelling on Fourth street.
Doublo brick dwelling on Second, between
Mnrkot and Limestone.
novlditwlni Maysvillo, Ky.
BALE Wo Uavo for salo at our
tory, very cheap, ono straw cutting box,
nearly now, ono largo cast Iron stovo pan,
lor floor, 0110 cooking stove, two good
clocks, several boating stoves, ono paper
cutting. machine, suitable for printing olllce:
also, a largo lot of chairs, tables, benches and
coal oil lumps. All at rtmarltablv low
to cIoms out. 8ULHKU, PLTit Y A CO.
Urown morocco cigar case
JOHT two cigars. Please leliiru to this
TVTTA fit. II. If.. ..n.An. ..II Hecond SI,
1H Apply toUHARLICH 11 UGH Kii. Ii2ikl.'t
Wo aro authorized to onnounco that DAN
PERRINE Is a candidate for the olllce of
Hherlff of Mason county, at tho August election,
1881, subject to the iiclion of tho
Wo nro authorized to annnunco that M. F.
MARSH la ft candidate lor the otllco of Mayor
of tho city of Maysvillo ut tho January election,
Wo aro authorized to announce that HORACE
JANUARY Is a candldalo for
as Mayor of Maysvllle, at the ensuing
Tor City illcrU.
Wo nro nuthorUod to announce that
T.ANOHORN1C M. TA1111 Is a candidate for
tho olllco of City Cleric at tho ensuing January
Wo aro authorized to announce that
HARRY TAYLOR Is a candidate for
as City Clerk at tho ensuing January
For Vlty Anscssor.
We are authorized to announce that Mr.
W. D. 1I1XSON Is a candidato for City Assessor
at tho ensuing January election.
We nro authorized to annoiinco that Mr.
JOHN W. OARTMKLL Is a candidato for
City Assessor, nt tho ensuing January election.
Wo nro authorized to nunouueo that Mr.
CHARLES 11. WALZ Is a candidate for City
Assessor, nt tho ensuing January election,
Vor Collector nml Treasurer.
Wo aro authorized to annnunco that E, E.
PEAROK Is a candidate for re-election as
Collector and Tieasiirer of Maysvillo at tho
ensuing January election.
We nro authorized to iinnouiirn that Mr.
IHAAUM. LANE Ixn candidato for Council
man lu Wind, at .lie next Jauua
Wo are authni Izod to uuiiouuco that JOII N
W. ALEXANDER It candlilato lor
to tho council Irom the Fourth Ward, nt
the ensuing January elect Ion.
Woaioonthorl!,.el to announce that
FICKLIN. J II , Is a candidato lor re
election ns s harfmaster, at the next .January
Weaioaiithoil.ud to announce Mr. W. W
WATKINSas a candidate for Marshal nt tho
ensuing January election, 1SS1.
Wo nro nuthorUed to anuounro JAM EH
II AHHON, Hr., as a eaudldatn for city marshal
at tho Jauuary election. Not one cent lor
Wo arn authorized to anuouueo that W. II.
DAWHON Is u candidato for thootllco of City
Marshal, at the ensuing January election.
Ho solicits tho support of his friends.
WoaronulhorUeil to announce that J AM EH
REDMOND Is a cai.dldato for re election as
Marshal of Mnysvllle at the ensuing January
election, Tho support or his friends Is sollc
MR. ROI1ERT W. DROWNING announces
that ho Is a omdldato for City Marhal at the
eiiMilmi January election, on the nrt Monday
lu Jauuary, 1881. Your support Is solicited.
DH. STRONGS PiLLS
Thd Old, Woll Trlod, Wondorfal Hea.th
NTUONO'N HNATIVE I'IM.S Tor Hip
l.lur, Aspecslvcuro for Liver Complaint.
Regulating tho Dowels Purifying tho lllood,
Cleansing irom Malarial Taint. X iterlrcl
euro for Sick llrmlnrlic, CoiiNtliiutloii
NTIlONO'.s IT.croit.VIi PILLS Insure
healthy appetite, good digestion, regularity
of tho bowels. A suro reniptly tor Colds and
Rheumatism. A precious Imioii tit dell.
rule families, soothing and braclug tho nervous
systom, and giving visor and health to
every flbro of tho body. Hold by DruggMs.
For phamphletsolP., address C. E, Hull A Co.
box OoO, Oesv York city.
:I7, Neeonil Nlreet, Jfnyslllc, Ky.
Xj. JP. 3VE S3 T 225 Gr 32 Zl., uflust.
PIANOS and 0R6AWS,
a7,Seciinl Nlreet, MnjMvllle, Ky,
L. If, MKTZGWU, jV&I.
issoi.c ri so rit'i:.
Tim fli 111 of Newell A Henry was this day
dissolved by mutual commit, J.T. Henry
All accounts duo I he llrm will he
by H. N. Newell, who In alone authorized
lo collect the name, and who asslimcx
all tho responsibilities ol ihuo.d linn.
H. N. NEWELL,
J. T. 1IENR.
Tho lui'.ti'ess' will he conducted lufutuie liy
S.N.N well A (.0. Thankful lor past las 011,
they solli it u lontlntiiuieu or tun same.
nlOdlw H. N. NEWELL A CO.
tTii: i'l.vcu rotair ciiuai
r am iii:o:ivi. daily
which will bo seivel Ii all style-. Korfiile
iiIno by thecan, or In luilk at
prliits. I'.J. NOLIN,
at Illerley's eonfecllonerv sloie, St.
A. R. GLASCOCK & CO ii
Is tho best place lo get bargains In
FRESH OYSTERS !
Host brands seived In any style, DAY OR
My establishment has latolyheon fitted up
In handsome style, and supplied with over
convenience. Cooking unexcelled.
It. M. WILLETT,
n2Cd3m No. 8. Market street,
milR Arm of Whito A Ort, furnlturo dealers,
J has this day been dissolved by mutual
consont, Charles II. While retiring. Tho business
will bo conducted at tho old stnnd by
Henry O... VIiIblW!,Tfc
Maysvillo, Ky., Nov. K, ins-l.
All accounts duo nnd debts owed by tho old
llrm, will boHe'iltiliit the olllce, ellher mem
bor of said llrm being aulhoiixed to receipt
forsame. HUE A OR1.
WHOLESALE RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Cor. Main & Fifth,
Invito attention tn their ittock W Drain,
l'uliiu, I1mV 1 MuiTii. Tiiey inn
tbe proprietors of the orUliml nnd Remiluo
cusliuadvhurttlmubuyuis purtlcularly bollclted.
tR. II, If. KANB,
HABIT of tho l)r(uluci
OPIUM Oi'iuiu liuuwi, now tilt r. . Heuil
lltUllT .nv (in. cuit cur
t home uult kly find
tiutnUiuly. or U.tliuuiil.l., .nil vnloriuiut.. fruiu
.iuluul iiit.lltf.l ul ft full or tho Irt.tDiirnt,
ftjarii.. 11.11. KAMA.31., ii. .. iun.iiiaiii.aci.ivri,
announces to tho public that sho has in allied
horstoelc down lomiiUo loom for
My sloclc consists of Itlrds, Koathers, Hats,
Velvots, Oruainentsund Nntloiisnf all kinds,
Tho ladles am Invited to call and see pilees
Wo havo inarkod our goods down with a
view to miilto loom lor our Nkw Wintkii
Btock. Our stoclc consists of Rlrds, Feathom,
OriiiiiueutN. lacos, Hats, Zephyrs, Ao. We
call especial utton Hon to our cheap and handsome
stoelc of CRK WKU
HILIC at 113 cents per dozen.
liltldL'iu MlHrt LOU POWLINU.
$30,000 FOR 82.
f Regular Monthly Drawing wll
fDnuiko placo lu tho Masomo Hall, Jin
qJ"woiiicT(.milo Dulldlng, Louisville, Ky
TJIUIISUAX, 2fov, 29, 1883,
A l.mvrul l.olf iry nnI
chartered by tho Legislature of Ky. and twice
declared legal by tho highest court lu th
Htnte. Iloiid glveu to Houry county In tlnl
sum or jiuu.oou ror ino prompt payment oj ma
A Itevoliilloii In NIiikIo Nniubor
BEvery ticket holder his own supervisor,
can cull out tho uunibor on his ticket and see
tho coriespoudlng number on tho tag placed
In rim whuel in his presence Til mo drawing
will occur on tho last Thursday of every
montn. ucau 1110 niagninconi.
1 Prize J30.0
1 I'l Izo 10.O1K1
1 Prize 5.0OI1
'J Prizes-, Si!,500 each 6.1XK
o 1,1 vu oacn """
II Prizes, aw each, Approx'n Prlr.es.... 2,7x
U l'rlzfs, 200 each, ' " l,Ntt
0 Prizes, 1U0 each, " " WX
20 Prizes. WO each lO.OM
100 Prizes, 100 each IO.ihx
2X) Prizes. BO ennli 10.01X
&10 Prizes. 20 each 10,(W
1000 Prize, 10 each 10,0
1,857 1'rlzoN, 8110,10
Whole Tlihols, t3, Hulf Tickets, 81-1
H7 Tickets, S50. 05 TlcKotH (JIOO.
HimtiII mmiriv or linnlr ilvaft In letter, or
sniul hv nxnrnsM. DON'T SKVI) I1Y
TEREb LET1ER OR P03TOFPIOK ORDER,
until lurthcr nolleo. Ordow of S5 and upward
by expiesH, can at our own expenso
AddresM ailoidoisto J J. douuliAM,
epi'JAwiy Louisville, Ky.
rpiIOMAN J VCKStJN,
Vajj;iis mill llnrtiosH.
Repository No. 11, Hutlou street, Maysvillo, I
K . JlimdipMilerH lor DR. JACKWON'H time-
tile it mid rell.il'le
A. bhj:: i
Ul sLt HlUUIUIIIUUi
DR. J ACKsoN'H 11LACICOIL cures mange,
craci.en ncei, wur h, greasy neci, nricKuo iuui,
(tulilcr, sand iiacKs.eornsetc. Price 60 cents,
lilt. JAlKHON'H 1IL1HTER1NQ OINT
MENT is an excellent remedy for enlarge
ment, spavin, it ranpeu nocic, euro
Hollnl ciamp or Mruin ol mo wniri none.
Pi lee 50 cents.
DR. .IA- K SON'S WHITE OIL cures lung
fever, liillamiilon ol the kidneys nnd rheumatism
In limn or horse. Piico 60 conts.
DR. JACKSON'S KOOP OIL isnn elleetlvo
remedy lor chafes, soiei or In
IioisjV feet and mange and llco In cattle and
bores. Price .VI routs.
tn any address on receipt or prico.
Don'i Pi isli
r t48p MM w
Hut go to vour dnnncK or merchant and got
a bottle of Wills' World AVorm Cuiuiy,
Hie nu is t uiul palatable worm medicine
made. It h , i, t ui, in dellglitfully llavored
etlcKn uf , an i ilie Utile oneslue to titLo It.
F. L. TRAYSER,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED t
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I)
Front Wired, Maysvillo.
lxiwri'H, preuataro ilccnv
una failure to perform lli)'
dude properly nro caused by
oirctsca. errorn of youth, etc.,
will tlml a perfect and lasting
retoratlon in hcullu
il niannnoil la
er ntnmnrli dmircrlnir nnr
wi Instruments,, rlili treatment of
mieeewful tipcauto basril on perfect diagnojis,
now mill illreet methoiU anil alxoluto tlior.
iniliiiei.4, I'nll Infnrniniloa and Trsatlso freo.
A l lnmillinu l')i)lciauof
MAHSTOr: nEMEDYC0.,4CV.I4lhSI., NewYork.
an "AnakesIs,,S8,fl WaiHblt cure for Pilen.
PILES Prico 91. nt druggists, or
.KUfc vrvf.e110'". I Bamnlo
fru. Ail.ANAKKHI "
from Yonthful IniDruileai
Norcouo ll.btlltT. Mental i s
catWoakneu. Valaablo Information'
' oaArcUr.Dr.A.U.UUo,l)ox2UlOaloacc ftlf.
Stato & Monroo Sts. .Chicago.
111 tn.l Iprtml I tn Any ftiilrru thilr
, UANP CATALUUUEf I
ror IvitS yuuiiij .iu KfirKvingt' I N-H"
tjM, nf iwtrutmnu. fcalU, Ops lklw
IViiin rtlalmV tmtfTW. ini
'IKU. fiun.lrv IUrkI Outfits. IUn&trini r i 11
UtrUii,Kainriiii IdiupcHOh ftnd
rrp't rrr a rut if r lutuui, a j ft wift?jvi
Nfl m Dr.
NOFATI fc M KEAN,
Ubllthi lies), If mil lrtUDf ftil
vfti. n(Tuuf L4irvnigDa cpvcuiait
M f Mitfirruoatorhoc, ImotinoT (!
Incpacliy),rmftl dUo,eto, Cun
uluilou tenoniUy, or j Uttor -,
lr. Ka la tht only phyilcln In ths
rltr lhAt Wftrr&ntl eor or nnniT. lit
pAf Ulutrattil book,itr l,W (irvicilptloni, l sjr tuftll.
T) O. KIRK has oponetl n dally moat rnnr.
t V. aei on .Miiruei Nireei, noxi uoor to It, IIJ
lxivol's, mid will Icoop all kinds of fresli meat
ai reaionaimi prires ami win uouver it lu nn
parlot the oily. Call and see inn.
iiHddm It. O, KIRK.