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SATURDAY liVE., DKO. 1, 1R83.
ROSSER & MoCAIrTHY,
Publishers and Proprietors,
m iO YVI1UAI ADIIHUHB Alili UUlIUUHIUATIOnS
Hr.AKHioRouon'sBtorois filled to-day
With sundry Christmas things,
Wulch'os, clocks and jewelry,
Ami golden wedding rings.
Ho stop right up and doslgtinto
Tlio thing your fancy milts,
And you will llnd the prlco so low
You'll jump right oat your booiH.
The river is fulling ngnln.
Hkmi is cuiolod in Lexington nt from
S5.00 to $0.
Anotiikk wedding in Maysvillo is fixed
forthol8lliin8t.; -. . 0 '"
. -'. o ,
Hr.cinNOKit, Bhom. & Co. 'a ononfug of
satin-lined overcoats wns (lie suiiButlon
to-day, nnd inativ were sold.
Tjik Bullktin'h HiigiisUon of u wood-carving
china in Maysvillo is favornbly
received and the prospect is that it will
bo orgunized. K.
Musstts John Wiiecmsr and Dttko Scott
dining n rocent limning expedition in
Fleming county, killed eighty nibita nnd
fifty bifds in three days,
Attention isdirfcted to tho publication
of the State Board of Health printed elsewhere
It is to bo hoped tlio proper authorities
will be guided by tho
Thkre will bo asolecthoput Neptune
Hull, Friday evening, Docombor 14th.
There will bo good music, nnd much
may bo anticipated, Pleaso'
bear it in mind.
Boston and Mnysvillo nro tho only
cities in tho United States that have the
strcot cars heated bystovea Cincinnati
is talking of following tho examplo of
theso enterprising cities.
Jambs Fishkii, JutT Clayton and Henry
Schlitz, tho. young men charged with detaining
Mrs. Laura Smith, of Perry
county, against her will, woro examined
beforo tho Mayor Friday afternoon and
were held to appear for trial at tho Circuit
Court in tho sum of $200 each. -
Tun Maysvillo and Mason County
Society was organized in 1823, and
since that limu has distributed about
30,000 Bibles and Testaments. Mr. James
f Barbour, of this eitv. has been connected
with tho Society us Secrotary and President
about years. A full account
of tho work of this association
will bo published somo timo next year,
and will be exceedingly interesting.
Mr. B. W. Wood, of Louisville, is in
Miss Clara Russell is visiting friends at
Mr. Joseph Varian; of Winchester, O.,
is in tho city.
Mr. E. O. Pylcs, of Covington, is in
tho city to-day.
Mr. John II. Wilson has moved into
his now icbidoncoon Third street.
Misses Rachael Schatzmann and Emma
Trouta spent Thanksgiving at Ripley.
Mr. John W. Watson nnd his daughter,
Miss Aflle, are at Washington City.
Mr. Eugene Robinson has returned
homo after a pleasant visit to his relatives
Miss Anna Dudley' Richardson, who
has been attending school at Cincinnati,
is at home on a visit to her parents.
Miss Mollio Blanchurd returned home
Friday nfior a very pleasant visit of
sovoral days with friends nl Manchester,
Miss Mnttio, daughter of Dr. Henderson,
is at homo since Thanksgiving, also,
Dr. Gould's mother is tho guest of Mr.
Misses Mamie Holloway nnd Lizzie
Bean, of Clark county, and Miss Lottie
Green, of this 'city, are tho guests of the
family of Mr. I). A. Richardson.
Mr. Georgo E. Gault, secretary of tho
Simpson & Gault Manufacturing Company,
at Cincinnati, was in Maysvillo,
yesterday, tho guest of Mr. J. D. Brewer.
Tho following is from the Bourbon
Ou Wednesday afternoon nt four o'clock, In
tho parlor of tho lloiirbon Houho, Miss Adah,
daughter or Or. A. O. Htltt, or MlUersburg,
wedded Mr. John 1). Daley, u former citizen
of Fleming county, but now n clerk In (ho
ban it ol Poaree, Wulllngfoid & Co., Muys.
vlllo. The Mlwtes Jlmmlo Htltt, sister of tho
bride, Willie Cony em, of CovliiKtou.Gu., and
Jennie Huchanun. or Crab Oichard, were tho
inulda ot honor of tho occasion. There wero
uogontlemou attendants bnvo that tho Itnv.
O. O. Kelley, of Covington, tho bride's brother-in-law,
acted as escort of the groom. Ah
1'rolH. Gutzolt nnd Kchwiutz sweet lv discounted
thu wedding march, little Miss Lucy
and MaHter Alt Tnrney maielied Into the
Inllowod by tlio Misses Conyersaud
imrlor, tlion followed the groom locked
Unas with the Ho v." G. C. Kulluy, otllclatlng
minister, alter whom tho bride, n
blonde wnseseoited by her sister Jlmtnle, u
bewitching little brunette. ' the
groom bid) to race, they took their position
under n pendant parasol of ovorgreous lined
with blooming flowers. In recognition of tho
matrimonial vows being idmlulitorod, the
groom nodded ascent Willi an up lilted hand
u now and veiy beautiful Innovation from
the old custom. Alter tho ceremony and
congratulations, tho vo y noted party of
nbmit lllly or sixty neisons assembled, repaired
to u suite of adjoining rooms whoron
lunch that would have reflected credit on
nrliiDHM wan unread, and nurtaken ot bv all
present. Tlio floral decorations of tho pnil r
and sulto of roojiis was perfectly oxvulslte.
After iiiuou, ino ori'iui party, uoeompanieu
by n very complimentary host or friends, departed
lit a special chair ooacli for Maysvllle.
The brldosdies was of white nun's elllng,
laco flounces, pointed waist and Ellzuboili
collar. . Traveling dims, .. brouzo silk with
1.1. .-..I ........I.... .l.. ......on... ...Inn
l pink, aud blaok ottoman silks. Tile maids ot
' honor wero'diessod lu while nun's veiling.
Tho usual soryices will bo held at St.
Tho cost attending is
Bmall in fact nothing, and' yot tho profits,
are great. Pleaso romombor this tomorrow.
The ordinance of bnptisnrwill bo administered
nt tho Southorn Methodist
Church, to-morrow nt 11 a. m., at clo30
of tho sormon by Dr. Honderson.
Thoro will bo preaching in tlio Christian
Church, at Washington, by Rev. A.
N. Gilbert on Sunday afternoon nt 3:15,
provided tho woathor is fair nt 2:15.
Rev. A. Borelng will proich at tho M
E. Church to-morrow morning and evening.
Morning subject: 1st Samuel, 3rd
nnd Oth verses. Thoro will bo n general
class meeting at two o'clock In tho afternoon.
Rev. A. Gilbert will preach nt tho
Christian Church on Sunday morning at
10:45, tho subject lining 'A Knock at
Door." There will bo no Fcrvico nt night
as tho pastor will mnko an address nt tho
blblo society meeting at tho Presbyterian
Tho annual mpeting of tho Mason
County Bible Society will bo held at tho
Presbyterian Church, on Sunday night,
tho services being participated in by tho
various churches of tho city. Addresses
will bo delivered by Rev. A. Borelng and
Rev. A. N Gilbert. The public is cordially
There will bo preaching at
Church to-morrow morning and
evening by Rev. S. B. Alderson. Morning
subject: " Confidence in God." In
tlio ovenlng thu annual meeting of the
Mnysvillo and Mason County Bible Society
will bo held. This will ho a union
servico nnd everybody is invited.
List of letters remolning In the
at Mnysvillo, Mason county, Ky.,
or tho weok ending Saturdav, December
1, 1883: i
Anderson, Mrs. D. P. John
Aim. MlssGoorgu Kile. V. V.
Rrodlnger&Dlou King, Harah,
Rotts.W. R. IiiiRsou. Albert
Cady, Ml Ella l Lewis, Hobeil R.
Chillis, Klla i.eiimann, t.ouis l'.
Clarice, II. F. Ue.J V.
Cu in mi in;. V. T. Mullen, A. V.
Crockett, Nntlian McMillan, James
Doollttle.Dr. S. Newton, James
Flshtor, John Terry. Anmiey,
Furrow, J no, II. ttnssell, Kninm
Franklin, II F. llttiR, Mary
Uuthrlo, J. W. HaunderH, Kiln
Orls;by, Mary A. Severs, Jann
Gordon, Mix. AIlco Hlattery.il IHo
Uoodwlii.j West Tlioiupson, Joseph
Hill, Charles II 'rruelgeoii, W.
Ilnlnip", Fannie Fauce, Oertlo
Hamilton, Nannie J. WInc. John l
Holeni.W. 8. (?) Want, Willis
Harris. Uich II. wood, w. T.
Persons calling for nny of the nbovo
letters will please pay advertised.
M. O. Hutciiins, P. M.
The safo of Silas Bradford's grocery
store, at Brooksville, was blown open by
professional thieves on Thursday. Thev
secured only $20 although sovoral thou
sand dollars wero contained in an inner
Mrs. Hiilllo McDonald returned to her homo
nt Mnysllck lata Katuidry, after a vImH of
sevens I days with tho family of Mr, J. C.
Miss Emma Goggla attended the
nuptials at Dovor last Thursday.
Miss Sulllo Marshall Is visit Inn her sister,
Mrs. Maurice Waller, of Mnucncsiur, O.
Mrs. M. E. Wood snout several days In
Maysvillo last week, wlioieshe attended services
at tho M. K. etiurch.
Hlclinrd Durrett, Jr., Is in business at Covington.
Stanton Mitchell, n tenant on tho Misses
Lamb, sold his tobacco lor eighteen cents a
pound, lie nUo received u premium of f2S
Tin Mnysvillo hog Is not particular about
his bill uf rare. Toe lattst news about (hem
Is, one of our uilghbors had occasion to go to
Maysvillo last week, nnd takluc his lunch
with him, after having arrived there ho put
It In his coat pocket, which artlclo ho left ou
the wagon while ho attended to somo busl.
ness, and on his return found coat, lunch
and all gone devoured by n"Mnysvllfohog."
Advertisements luserted under this heading
10c por lino for each Insertion.
Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers.
Children's cloaks nnd cloakings at
Hunt & Doyle's.
All wool red undershirts at $1.25 at
Nesbitt & McKroU'e.
Russian circulars and doluinns cheap
at Nesbitt & McKroll's. .
Good bod comforts from 85c. to $2.25
at Nesbitt and McKroll's.
Great bargains in fine Blankets at J.
W. Sparks Bro.'s, 21, Market Btreet.
Cloaking and Sacking Cloths cheap at
J. W. Sparks x Bro.'s, 24, Market street.
dllToront styles of now
neckwear open to-day at Hunt A Doylo'B.
Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle,
thoy know how to fit you perfectly.
Fivo hundred dolmans, Jackets and
cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's to-day.
"Three-story '' shingle bangs and sheet
music at Miss Anna Frazar's novelty
All wool red Undershirts at 75o., $1.00
nnd $1.25 nt J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24
Bring on tho babies. Pictures takon
instantaneously by Kackloy at M. fc K.'a
book storo, o20dtf
Fivo hundred Indios' Merino Vests
cheap, Ono thousand men's Undershirts
at 20c, 25c, 30c, S5c, 40c, 50c,
00c. and 75c, at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s.
. . ,
Groat bargains in Bed Comforts!. Wo
mnko big reductions in tho prices of nil
our Bed Comforts. J. W. Sparks Sc Bro.
Tho constant fooling of boing " played
out " nnd " used up," can readily bo removed
by using Ayor's Sarsaparilla.
Nesbitt & McKrell aro making leadors
this season, of ladies' and Men's underwear,
roots from 75 conts to $5. Family bibles
now nnd cheap, at Morrison &Kack-
ley's. . nl7dlm
Clonks, Jackets, Dolmans and Circulars.
Cheapest at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s,
24, Market street.
Tho largest lino nnd tho lowest prices
in Mnysvillo nt Nesbitt & McKroll's.
Poo's Raven, illustrated by Doro, $0,
list prlco $10. For salo by M. & K.
Bisquo goods and ideals, now for
Maysvillo, can bo peon in our show windows
Morrison & Knckloy's Book Storo.
Shawls I Shnwlsl Wo placo on salo our
entire stock of Shawls ntn big reduction
from former prices. J. W. Sparks &
Bro., 24, Market streot.
From this dato Favorite oysters will
bo reduced to 25 conts a can.
nlOtt John WnEnum.
Quart nnd half gallon buckets will bo
given nway with bulk oysters bought of
mo, until furthor notice.
nlOdtf John Wheeieii.
Groat Bargains in black Cashmeres,
direct from tlio Importers all puro wooh
at 40c, 50c, G0c, 05c, 75c, 8oc, 00c nnd
$1.00. Call and oxamlno beforo you buy.
J. W. Sparks & Bro.
Hooks In Sets.
Bulwer, Dickons, Geo Elliott,
Gibbons' Roino, Chambers, Hans Anderson,
and numerous Juveniles in sets,
for salo by Morrison & Kackloy. 171 mil
Queen Titania's Fniry Talcs, quarto,
handsome illuminated cover, 31 1 "pages,
100 illustratrations. Fairy tales of all
aces and Nations. Price $1. Books for
children in great variety from ono cent
up. Harry Taylor, No. 23, Market street.
Mark Twaln'o " Life on tho. Mississippi,"
" Tom Sawyer," "Innocents Abroad,"
Will Carleton's " Farm Ballads," " Farm
Legends," " Farm Festivals." For salo
by M. & K. nl7dlm
Ayor's Pills aro a convenient remedy
to havo always at hand. Thoy aro sugar
coated, easy to take, efTectlvo to operate,
suro to bring relief and euro. They aro
effectual in a wide rango of diseases
which arise from disordors of tho stomach
mid digestivo organs.
Ono of tho finest music boxes over offered
in tho city nt J. O. Pccor & Co.'s
drug nnd book store. Tlio stylo nnd finish
is first clusi nnd tho instrument plays ton
popular airs. Go and seo it. It is to be
disposed of at rafllo during tho holidays.
J. W. Graham, Wholesalo Druggist, of
Austin, Tox"., writes: I havo been handling
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for tho
Lungs for tho past year, and havo found
it ono of tho most salable medicines I
havo over had in my liouso for Coughs,
Colds, nnd ovon Consumption, nlwnyp.
giving entiro satisfaction. Pleaso send
mo another gross.
At Fern nink, near Cincinnati. November
21, 1K8.1, to the wlto of Lewis W. fierce, n
NovemborSflth, 1S83, at thoCnthoHo Church
In Mliirva, Miss MAKV UAaOKUTY lo Mr.
ANIJHKWULKASON, all of Mason county.
Corrected dally by It. II, Lovki., gToeer nnil
produce dealer, Noi.Watid 62, Mnrkot stroot,
Coffee ty lb $ 13S0
Molasses, old crop, to gal (V)
Molassoi, fancy, new 111 gal 71
IMolaHses, sorghum, fancy, gal GO
Sugar, yellow Him s
Hugar, cxtrn O., V - "
Hugar A. V lb ........ 0JilU
Hugur.granulnted V tb lee10J
Huitar, i)0 wdoied, peril) . 11
Hngnr. Now Orleans, t) n.u 7mo
Teas, t) lb )Ql 00
lyoai uii, iieuu iigut it gai
rilOVXSIONS AND COUNTHY PRODUCE.
Apples, por peck... . ....M....M.M 2530
Ilacon, breakfast K) lb,... I. ........
Iiacou, clear sides, por lb.
Uncoil, Hams,i lb.M ,
Ilacon, Hlioulders, por tb, iSfi
lleaus Wgul 1 Gsmi
Chickens, oacli. 101U
A pples, d ried. per tb HU,
1'eachcs, dried, pop lb b'A
Ktcgs, V dOE H '&
Flour. Limestone, nor barrel.. 7 1)0
Flour, Old Gold, por barrel 700
Flour, Muysvlllo Fnucy, per barrel-.. titU
Flour. Mason County per barrel....... i'!A
Flonr, Kentucky Futnily.por barrel- fltlC
Flour, Magnolia Family, perburrol., 6M
iiuuey, per io ' ! IIMHtlttMHMtl 15(330
itoininy, v gnuon ) 20
Aieaii peon i 'JO
Onions, per peck - 2Ai3i
lotatoesll pock. .. IS
Turkeys, drossoJ, por lb M - 10Sl2
JIAV8VII.L1S GOAL MAKKUT.
Anthrnnlto ut Elevators, por ton $).,
Youghloghouy at Elovntors, per bushel He.
delivorf d ibc
Kanawha at Elevators, per bushel Ho. dell
1'oiuery nt Elovntors, per bushel 9o.
RENT- Deslrublo one nnd u linlf sfory
IJiim dwelling, coruerof TJiUtt und
streets, In Fifth Wind.
WXllw BALLEE A HALITE. Court Hi.
We aro authorized to nnnotiiico that DAN
I'EUHINK Is a candidate for tho otllco of
Hhorlll of Mason county, ntthe August election.
1881, subject to tho action of tho
Wo nro authorized to nnnounco that M. F.
MAIlHIUsu candidate lor theolUce of Mayor
or tho city of Maysvillo nt tho January election,
Wo nro authorized to nnnotiiico that
JANUAIIY Is a candidate for re-election
as Mayor of Maysvllle, nt tho ensuing
l'or Clly Clerk.
Wo nro authorized to auuounco that
IjANGHORNB M. TAUli Is n cnndldnto for
the otllco of City Clerk nt tho onsulug January
Wo nro authorized to nnnounco that
IIAHUY TAYLUlt Is n cnndldnto lor re-election
ns City Clerk nt tho ensuing Jnnunry
For City Assessor.
Wo nro authorized to nnnounco that Mr.
W. 1). I1IXHON Is a candidate for City Assessor
nl the ensuing January election.
Wo aro authorized to nnnounco that Mr.
JOHN W. UAHTMF.LL. Is n cnndldnto for
City Assessor, at the ensuing January election.
We nro authorized to nnnounco that Mr.
CHARLES H.WALZ Nn candidate for City
Assessor, ut Uto ensuing January election,
For Collector and Treasurer.
Wo are authorized to announce that K. K.
I'KAROK Is n cnndldnto for re-election ns
Collector nnd Treasurer of Maysvillo at the
ensuing January olecUou.
Wo nro authorized to unnouueo Mr. J. M.
STOCKTON, ns a cnndldnto for to electlou us
councilman from tlioHecond Ward.
Wo nio authorized to announce- that W. A.
I'. LUHTY Is a cnndldnto for Councilman In
tho first ward at tho next January election.
Mil. ItOHERTFHOSTtnkes this method of
announcing to tho voters ot tho First Ward
In tho city or Maysvllle, that he will be a
cnndldnto for reelection as Councilman of
snld Ward at tho eimiliii; January election.
At tho solicitation of tunny friends I
myself us n candidate for re-election
for Councilman, at the next election.
Wo nro nuthorlzed to nnnounco that Mr.
IHAAU M. LANK Is a candidate for Councilman
tu tho Fourth Wind, at the next January
Wo are authorized to nnnounco that JOHN
W. ALEXANDER Is a cuudldate for
to the council lioni the Fourth Ward, ut
tho ensuing January election.
Wo aro authorized to announce that
FICKMN, JR., Is a candidate for reelection
as w harlmaster, at thu next
For Wood ami Colli Inspector,
Wo nro nulhntlzcd lo announce that PETER
I'. FAR1CER Is tt candidate lor Wood
and Coal Inspector, ut the ensuing Junuuiy
Wenioauthoilzed to nnnounco Mr. W. W
WATICIN8nsuc.iudId,ite foi Marshal at the
ensuing January election, IhSl.
Wo nro nuthorlzed to auuounco JaMES
II AHHUN, Hr., as a candidate for city marshal
at the January election. Not ono cent lor
Wo uro authorized to announce that W. U.
DAWHON Is a candidate for tlio otllco of City
Marshal, at tho ensuing January election,
He solicits tho support of his friend-.
Wo aro authorized to announce UmUAMEH
REDMOND Is a e.x .dldatu for re election us
Mnrshal ot Maysvillo at tho ui.Miing Jalin.ny
electlou. Tho support ol his friends Is sollo
MR.R011ERT W. DROWNING nnnounces
that ho Is a oiuilklato lor City Murslial nt the
onsulug January olectlou, on the first Monday
In January, 1881. Your support Is solicited.
thousand live turkeys
WANTED-Twenty dozen fresh egg". Highest
marketprlce paid. 11. 11. NOltTTiU)TT A CO.,
Suttoindreet, .Maysvllle, Ky. iio5d&w
r ANTED A careful and" lespouslblo par-
V ty to relit my lesldoiicu on the Flemh g
uiko either tho whole or a portion of the
house. Hmall fumlly prtferrcd. Apply to
Mrs. H. M. Ullmoro, or-o Uordon Qllinnre nt
the liatetnan House, Front street. ulOtf
Air ANTED A gool dancing master. Oood
hchool. Apply with terms to'-C. R, &
A good for n
book, Uood comniKsloiiH. Ex-elusive
territory. W M. OWENH,
OlSdtf llulletln olll(v.
SALE Four wnshstnnds, ono side-?
IJOR two sofas, three bureaus, ono do.en
hnlr cloth chads, two cottugu chairs, ono
rocking chair, two wuidrohes, feather beds,
and all articles used for liouso keeping. Ap-ply
at this otllco. dldlw
1?OR HALE llnso burning stove, good us
' new. Will lio sola utu baig'ilu. Apply
FOR paper cutter, suitable for
nowspnpor nnd Job otllco. Also n goisl
card cutter. Address, THE IIULI.ETIN. nIX)
IUST uxeollent baigo ol
V I'omeroycoul utmurhet prices. Wo havo
nlso on hand Youhlnghoiiy or Ulacksmlth
uut coal at 10 cents por bushel.
axmv DODSON 4 FRA'EE.
LOST White sotter dog with liver ooloicd
spots. Had on two collars, ono leather
nnd other German silver, tho latttr was Inscribed
T. L. ilolton. Reward paid if returned
to Dnultou's stable.
n30lwd T. L. HOLTON.
LOST A hymn book, anyone finding
will be rewarded by leaving It nt
uSOtf THIS OFFICE,
ihniltiiytj jii. iiioau utirf ylo,to i.ii m lor
ff UmdHiiU lhiibt)).iii roTitrti nirnln, I niemi Rru'll.
c I cur.. 1 liny, tim.ta tlm ill., am f PI'I'S, LllI.KlaV
riutly tu turti llm wunt cu. Ducuuio othvr. have
failed fino ros.nri for not now S.ndat
onc fr a truHtt.a aiul yru Until, of my infallltl.
ronieilr. niv. Kir. aod l'trtt Oillce. lfcoita yuu
bi.UllnKfnriitrUL tuA I will cure ynu.
Aildrm Vrt 1L Q. BOOT, lu I'catl St.. K.w Tort.
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
This season's new descriptive Cutaloguo
and Prlco List of
jj Dramas, 2
5 Furces, m
g Guide Hooks, 8
c o Hccnory (pnpor), f
k Hpeakers, q
X Ethiopian Brnmns.
bj Tableaux Lights, r?S
a Colored Flro, a C
3 I'antonilino, sig
3 liurutCork, od
" Wigs, a."
! Dcard,Ac,Ao p-
In fact, overythlnc for Amateur Theatricals,
SAMUEL FRENOil&HON,8)J, E. MlliHtreet,
II nun , . itirorm.l forthn ftbuveiUsowt by lu
tik ifioiikiiiitU ormH of thowortt Kind and or loi
fcttt'iUum lirtva h.inn cur m! lit Jnoil, n atronir li my frtllh
lliltiutrif . Hutt I will mHiJ TWO LOlfl. K1 MlUK,
i"Keinr wim h vjntvAni.KTiir.nnK on ini uuetio,
tukuy buiTiMifr (i'vttKxiir(MHMi P O ntldres.
I fi ip' I'll in Tsri ri .
DVKIlfl&llUHl send for our Holed List
of Local Newspapers. (Jeo. P. Rowoll A
tJo., 10, Hprute street., N. Y.
37, Neoond Hlroct, JUuj'Hvlllc, Uy.
Xj. jp. ivx v.Kt.
PIANOS and ORGANS;
37,Secoiid street, MHyHVlllc, Ky,
XL.. 1, MET7.GEB, A;t.
Miss KATE JAMES, Propriotor.
Honryd thudayor wook. l'rlees reasonable.
Corner ot Huttou and Front Hts. nl 19
T AM 11KCKIVING DAILY
tho best brands of
which will bo sorved In all stylos. Fornilo
nlso by thocan, or in bulk at
prices. T.J. NOLIN,
at Hlorley's confectlbnery store, Second Ht.
BAKER AND OONPEOTIONBR.
Ico cream parlors open for the season. Absolutely
puro caudles. Fresh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing weddings nnd parties a
specialty. I'rlcos low. mayldly
rcaxKW a ai.i.i:n,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Solo ngonts for tho celobrated
Omaha and Leader stoves. Roofing and guttering
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market and Third istroets, A. R. Glascock's
old stand. apUOdlw
KIRK has openod n dally meat mar
. kol ou Murkct street, noxt door lo R. II.
Lovel's, and will koop nil kinds ot Ircsli meat
ut reasonable prlcos and will deliver It lu uuy
part of the city. Call and seo mo.
THE PUOKTOGirr CHRAI
mchlUdly HUTTON STREET.
Forsnlo, privately, ono of the best farms In
Bum bon county, containing two hundred
nnd fifty ncros. It's Impiovemonts nro second
to none. Rut llttlo ol It been plowed of Into
years. Hum room enough for ten ncres of
tobacco; stone and post-rail lence : close to
first classcollegcs, churches, Ac. It Is ono nl
It Is ono of the most desirable homes lu the
county. It must be seen to bo appreciated.
Lome und seo It; I want to sell; tt Is In
of a mllo of Noith Middle-town
postotllce. Write lor particulars.
n81wdw R. W. OWEN.
Highest cohIi prlco paid forcounlry produce.
Jyl.Tdtf Corner Fourth nnd Plum slieets.
Monday, Dec. 3.
Tho favorite comedian, Mr.
n his eccentric Impersonation of OILDEROY
I'UNK, In tho new and eutiiely original
Ainerlcnn comedy, entitled
A Charming Htory I Hnpplly Conceived 1
Ilenutlfuliy Wrltteu! Excellently Acted 1
on Halo ut Hurry Tay lot's News
M ANNA FRAZAR,
Dry Goods and Notions,
Furnishing Goods, Rooks, Stationery nnd
for small children and grown persons a specialty,
A largo stock of
Hand-Made Knit Goods
of nil kinds. Novelties of nil k ndsnud PRICES
VERY LOW. My Btock is completo lu
all Hues nnd I guarantee satisfaction In ull
cases. BB8tnmping done to order. Tho public
pntronauo is solicited.
sl3dtt MIB3 ANNA FRAZAR.
830,000 FOR 82.
Rcculiir Monllily Drnwlnir will
TUtuko placo lu the Mnsonio Hall, Ma-
I nnlArrIf,...nln Il,tll,1l,ra T.nt.lu.tillo Ifw
DUUlu iviujiiu .....J, uuun, ...v, j
THURSDAY, Deo, 2f, 1883.
A Lawful Lottery nnd Fnlr ImwlittH
chartered by tho Legislature of Ky. and twico
declnred legul by the highest court in tho
Htate. Ilond given to Henry couuty lu the
sum of $100,000 for tho prompt payment of all
A Revolution In NliifrJe Number
Kvery ticket holder his own supervisor,
can call out tho number on his ticket and see
tho corresponding number on the tag placed
in tno wncei in uis presence, tuoso urnwings
will occur on tho lust Thursday of every
month. Read tho magnificent
1 Prlzo , .!000
1 Prlzo 1U.000
1 Prlzo 6,001)
2 Prizes, 12,600 eaol 6,000
6 Prizes, 1,000 ouch... 6,000
9 Prizes, 300 each, Approx'n Prizes.... 2,700
B SJ0 ' "
Prizes, each, 1,K00
0 Prizes, 100 each, " " (WO
SD Prizes, 600 eaol 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each , 10,000
00 Prizes, 60 eaol 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 eaoh,. 10,100
1000 Prizes, 10 each .... 10,000
1,857 Prizes, 8110,100
Wholn TlohctN, 83. Unit- TIcUols, 01.
J7 VlckotM, 50. an Tickets 810U.
Remit monoy or bank draft lu lettor, or
send by exprens. DON'T SEND RY REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFIOK ORDER,
until InrUior notice. Orders of (5 and upwuru
by express, can be sent nt our own oxpeuse
Address all orders to J, J. DOUGLAS.
sepl7diwly Louisville, Ky.
nnnounces to tho publics that she has tnnrked
hor stock down lo make room for
My slock conslxts of lllrds, Feathers, Hats,
Vclvots. Ornninentsund Notlonsofall kinds.
Tho Indies uro invited to call and seo prices.
A, R, GLASCOCK & CO l
Is tho!bost plnco to get
INSOI.UTION OF 1AUT.E11SHI1.
rpHE firm or White & Ort, rnrnlturo dealers,
J has tills day been dissolved by mutual
consent. Charles H. Whlto retiring. Tho business
will bo conducted nt the old stand by
HeuryUit. CHAH. II. WHITE,
Maysvllle, Ky., Nov. 8, 1S8J.
All accounts duo nnd debts owed by tho old
firm, will bo settled nt the ofllce, cither member
of s.ild firm being authorized to receipt
for same. WHITE A ORT.
FKESH OYSTERS !
Rest brnnds served In nny style, DAY OR
My establishment has lately been fitted tip
in handsome style, nnd supplied with evor
convenience, llooltlnif unexcelled.
s2Cd3in No. 8. Mnrket street,
Wo havo marked our goods down with a
view to make room lor our New Wintkii
Htock. Our stock consists of lllrds, Feather,
Ornaments, Inccs, Huts, Zephyrs, Ac. Wo
call especial attention toour cheap aud
stock of CREWEL.
HILK at 35 cents ner dozen.
nltklm MIHS LOU POWL1NO.
0 M F ACTOKY
F. L. TRAYSER,
iDcalcr In flrstclnss:
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I
Front Street, Ulaysvillc.
Npriiif; Wukoiim mill IlnrnrsH.
Repository No. 18, Button street, Mnysvillo,
Ky. Hendquartorslor DR. JACKHON'.S time-tried
DR. JACKSON'S HLACKOIL cures mnngo,
cracked heel, wuris, greasy heel, pricked foot,
quitter, sand cracks, corns etc. I'rlco&Ocenls.
DR. JAOKHON'a 1ILIHTER1NQ
is an excellent remedy for enlargements,
spavin, ring-bone, cupped hock, curb
snllnt cianip or strain of tho whirl bone.
Price 60 cenlH,
DR. JAl KHON'H WHITE OIL cures lung
fover, Inllamttlou ol tho kidneys aud
Usui in man or horse. Prlco 60 cents.
DR. J At 'KHON'H FOOT OIL Isnn effective
remedy tor chares, sore or quarter-crack lu
horses' feet nnd mango nnd lice lu cattle and
horses. Prlco 60 conts.
0rHent to nny addrc.txon receipt ot price.
octlSdly THOMAS JACKSON,
Tlio Most NuccesNful Remedy ever discovered
us It Is certalu lu Its oilecls aud does
not blister. Read proof bolow.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Santa Rosa, California, Fob. 0, 188S.
R. J. Kknuai.i, & Co., Uonls : I tool Rn
duty to othors sullerlng with tho plies and
falling of tho rectum lo wrlto to you. I havo
had the piles aud prolnpsups of tho rectum
for five years, for tho past tlueo years 1 havo
hiifleied the most agonizing puln. I tried
everything without relief, but after ton day's
useof Kendall's Spavin Cure, 1 huvonotseeu
or henid of tlio plies since. Ono who has not
suffered as I havo cannot comptehend tho
great Joy that I felt nt being cured of ndlbousu
almost worse tlnm death. 1 had a valuable
young horse that hud n largo bunch gather
on his bicnst boue. 1 tried nil kinds or liniments
and had It cut open without any benefit.
Suw vour advertisement ana bought n
bottle or Leiidall's Hpuvlu Curo and ordered
my teamster to uso us directed. lu loss than
olio week the lump had dlssappoarod. Thinking
that u liniment that would do what
Spavin Curo bus dono for my liorsa
might beuotlt more. I tried It as u last resort.
With gmtltudo and best wishes for your sue-
conn, i uiu iHiuiiiiiiy yuuro,
J. II. ULKNN.
On HVXCA.tr l'ltth.
.. . Vkvav, iNn., Aug. 12U1.188L
Dll. II. J. Kkniiai.l & Co. Gents : Sample
of circulars locelved to-day, Pleaso send mo
some with my Imprint, prlntod ou ou ono
sldo only. Tho Kendall's Spavin Cure Is lu
excellent demand with us, und not only for
animals, but for liuninn nllmonta also. Mr.
Jos. Noils, ono of the loading farmers In our
county, sprained an nnklo badly, uud knowing
tho vnluo of tho roinedy for horses, tried
Ron himself, mid It did Jar bettor than ho
had expected, Cuied tho sprain In very
short order. Yours respectfully,
Prlco 1 por bottle, or 8 bottle lor 5. All
druggists have it or can r. t It for you, or it
will bo sent to nny nddress ou receipt of
prlco by tho proprietors, Du. II. J. Kkndai.i.
& Co., Enosburgh Fulls, Vt. Bond for Illustrated
U-SOLD UY ALL