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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY KVIi, DEC 1L. 1883
rosser & McCarthy,
Publlstiui uud Proprietors ,.14 ,
To Wwuc Annuicm Ar.t, CoMMrtwnXTroN
WUtl?fi i 6
Can you loll mo why
A deeeltlul rye
Unit belter ilescry
Than yon or I,
On Imw ninny lues
'lhooyo of deceit
Cuu bet counterfeit,
Anil so, l sfiposo,
cun tiost nou ut nor iom.
Oai.kvii.vils for 1881 nro bobbin? along.
--"A ndzuN egga urojiow wortliliisnnucli
III. till) llUM.hTIN Ollll'f.
Look out for 1 II. Tmxel'fl holiilny
Paul TIokpmcIi k Hro. tiro soiling
1 reii'a wraps at vry low prices. Thoy
lmvo ft hirgo stock. ;
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Mil. 1'icitiiY lui)Y lias sold his grocery
store tit tlio corner of Second tuul Wall
streets, to Mr. J turn's Grnbiun.
The case of Cuinminsngainpt Jljo Commonwealth,
from llruckcn county, 1ms
been affirmed by .tho; Court of Appeals.
Don't forget tiinf tlio tloj'.qucstiondB
also to bo voted upon "tit tlio January
election. They aro almost as grunt a
nuisanco in Muyfiv'tllo as tlio bogs.
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A Lor on Orant street, belonging to
tlio estate of Mrs. Mary Juno Dry den,
was sold at public vendue on Monday, by
Mr. Gcorgo 0. Goggiri, to Mr. Louis
Zccb, for $1,120. Tlio lot bad on it two
frame dwellings. , v.
Twelve prisoners, convietod of violations
of the Internal Revenuu laws, by
tlio United States court at Covington,
liavo been brought to Mnysvillo f6r confinement
in our jail. The sentences
wero generally thirty day imprisonment
and $100 fine.
Mns. Johanna Lirr, who colobrated
her one hundredth birthday yesterday,
was visited by about three hundred and
fifty persons from this city and Cincinnati.
She received many presents of
fiuits, wines and other articles. Slio expressed
herself very grateful for the kind
attention shown her and was very much
pleased to meet so uiutiy of her friends.
At night she was serenaded by Ilaucko's
band. T .,
Theiie is a scheme on foot to have a
. grand procession on Christmas day. The
, plan, if carried out as determined upon,
'will mako it tho most interesting nlTuir
tl at ever took place In Maysvillo. There
win no ten or twoivo scones illustrating.
well-known Mayvillo fe.iturcs, tho hog
not excepted, and 1ill on wheels. A committee
will go to work to-morrow, soliciting
contributions of money to aid the
We have accidentally omitted mentioning
tho death of a distinguished personage
of this community VOld Jim,'t'
tho horse used by Major Chenoweth in
his campaigns during the war. Ho diod
on Thanksgiving day, at tho ripe old ago
of years. Ho was ati
mill of line points, remarkably Intelligent,
was noted as a jumper, and on one occasion
saved his owner's life, when hard
pressed by the "enemy, by going over a
high fence that was an obstacle to tho
retreat. "Old Jim" took part in the
Confederate parade last June, and was
tho recipient of many intentions from
tho boys, many of whom bivouaced with
him during tho war. He was a faithful
animal, never flinched at Iho crack of a
rillo or tlio bursting of a shell, and came
up to roll-call on any and nil occasions.
l'eaco to tho ushesof faithful " QUI Jim."
Pleasant Incident. j
At tho Hose, oUl,rofessqrLeary,81elass
in last night, J. W,
mel arosoiunl piownted him an elegant
silk hat, tho gift of his class. Mr.
in his presentation speech,
tlio professor In tho most fluttering
terms, alludiuu' to him as a benafactor to
tho young nen,of l&ntucky, oskingjhltn
to accopt the present-as a'testiinonial of
their friendship for him us a thorough
gentleman, au eminent mathematician,
an accomplished and an unrivaled
The profoBnor, on recoiving tlio liat said:
Mr, Ottrtmel and Utntlemtn i On receiving
thlHMpl mill prtu.0111 from your limnls, Ira
overwhelmed Willi urutltuilo and itud Ian.
gunge to expiess my fi'fllims. The
net, inoro lorclbly limn words, hpeulc your
npproclullnn of my oltorts, and upprovnl of
my incthoiN In linpiutlnu u nsctul
Hlionlil Into decreu your pursuli in life
commoii'lal uniy yqu never halt In tho
of peilectbulunco; and, no matter
to whnt uilUnt: destiny nsiltins yon, may the
principle oi oommorolnl Integrity, which I
lmvo ho carefully Instilled Into your minds,
lirlnir fmtli tliut ruwnid of hunnluess von so
rlohly dt'Korvi', When, nt lust, your (fays of
UKOIU1IHW4 are passed, nnii'you are cnucu
vnml IIiIh iniiiiilniiii liinv the credit
bnlanco of our-low nn.U guln uccouut bo w
largo nun uuounipouHsnrpiiiHiuiici oreiornai
gloiy will ha declared In your behalf.
The professor spoko one-half hour in
tho foregoing strain, ..much to tho enjoyment
of his class." He is otidehrod in the
hearts of his pupils hero and olsowhore.
Wo doubt if any man of his calling has
so many warm-hearted ft lends. Ho will
leuvo Maysvillo soon for a now field of
labor, at Portsmouth, 0 and will bo followed
by tho heartfelt wishes of his numerous
friends in Muysville.
The fpllowing is n list of bridal gifts
mido by the friends of Mr, and Mrs. John
F. Means, on tho occasion of their
' Mrs, It. F. Means, lnco boil sot and eight
Miss Lena Moans, toilet cushion.
', Mr. and Aim. Hoi. cut-glass water
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Mlss Tenn Roth, half doen linen napkins.
Mrs, Charlotte Parlor, sllvcrsugar bowl.
.Mr. mid MrM. IlroiU, pair lluon iowols.
Miss Mary 11 llrown, glass tcu sot.
Mrs. Htanloy Porter, glass pltchor and half
tilttlH Mnltlo .Mitchell, imlr of towels.
Miss EviiHchatzmuuu, urrv imwi.
MIsh Elllo Foster, oiHvlmlfdozuu II nun nap-.
w Miss Ida Stnllcup, pair linen towols;
' Mr. Chris. Urowu, glasi berry bowl.
.. Mm. Mangle ArcbUoucou, luco collar.
Mtn. Mitchell, linen.
Mm Kiln f ?nnlr. iiiulnllnii tiltclutr.
nuiiit) kuiii fill.
mIhh Mniy Cnlloti, hniulsomo lump.
. Miss Hiua.Uriltori, breakfast castor.
I MlwineltltfUiiiltli,poott holder.
Miss Maggie Miller, pair French It Id (Moves.
Mr. Jncob Ij. Miller, of Huntington, V. Vn.,
gilt bird cago and clcguht Ottoman silk nnd
Miss Mniid MoMullen, zephyr tilmmliig.
Mr. Flunk Fostoi, castor.
Mr. Jlni A. NoWull.'comb case.
Mr. nnd Mis Geo, Orl, Jr., hiuidsonio china
plucquu on gilt vaol.
Mr. W. II. Diiflinglon, of Covington,
is yisitiug his friends in Muysville.
Mr. Moses tiiant, foii of the late W.
L. Grant, died at Covington, on Monday.
Col. lirueo Cliampo, head pile-driver
of the Bourbon News, was in tho city
Mr. George S. Hancock, of tho Robert
son County Democrat, called to see tho
i Hon". W. II. Wadsworth has returned'
from Covington, whero ho has been attending
the United States court.
Mr. Edward and Miss Cora McDonald,
of Pleasant Ilidge, this county, are visiting
their sister, Mrs. Lewis N. Holiday,
DrvIL W. Sfowartj representing Til-
denik Co. manufacturing chemists, New
York, is in tho city, introducing their
new remedies in this portion of the State.
1." if. Roger Sir: If you will allow
the use of your muno as a cnmliduto for
councilman in the Third Ward, you will
receive the support of Many votkim.
Muysville, Ky., Dec. 11, 188:1.
The farmers have about finished husking
corn, aud u good many uro through butchering.
Mrs. Kusan Illlss, of Cincinnati, spent
and Mundiiy with her mother, Mrs.
Naucy HUlwell, who Is dangerously 111 wlih
Mr. Uncle Ilaughoy nnd his charming
daughter, Miss Kettle, of ltith county, uro
visiting relatives in this neighborhood.
Lost week W. U. Iloltou, whllo lifting a
bucket ot conl, lu some way sprained his
back. Hlnco that time ho hus been con Q lied
to the houso, nnd IiUssuirorod very much.
Mlm'UHte Mitchell, an Interesting young
lndy of Ht. Louts, U tho guest ot tho lamlly
of J. U. Uncoil.
Miss Aniilo I'errlo, ol Maysvillo, spent lust
week with Miss Mugglu Ilacon.
Mrs. Frank Conwuy, of ilourbou county,
nnd Mrs. Dr. Trlplott, of Maysvillo, are visiting
Mrs. II. I.. It icon.
Wo wero glad to liuvo James Key, of Washington,
In our midst Hunduy. -
No birds have been been slnco MnySvlllo's
Nlinrod was on tho rldgo not.evuu
The workmen have finished putting up the
stone steps at the Heasley Church. Theynio
Will Mitt's new biiugy nnd robe liavo attracted
tho attention ol u good many of our
glils, mid thoy would HKo to havunn
ol oxamlulug them closer.
Elder Keys preached at Biouo Llok Sunday.
Wo have iv now kind of lellglou. It gives
the pcoplo the " swells.''
There wore u good many ponplo from Mays-lick
at church ut ML. Ulleud Sunday.
Mr. Tom Drown houghta tractor land tho
other dny. consideration 81.100. Mr. iliowu
wo welcome you wlih you had bought tho
Mr. Howurd Farrow, of Ml. Ulload, Is
building u niceunva to ins House, lie has
nto puf, up a largo tobneco barn ard a sale
und llverv stable.
Mr. II. Clay Htono very hospitably outer,
tallied suverul of his friends Huudny hist. Wo
wete among them nnd enjoyed the dinner
If live hundred dollars will hire n man to
preach ouo tnnusund dollars will biro him
not to flreuch, Then wIiomj borvuut Is he
A batchelor Irleud ot ours being tired of
"single blessings," culling upon a young lady
and not having piovlously sunt his card had
to hunt her up. Ho will know how next
We nro vory sorry lo honr of tho Illness of
ouresteomod friend, Miss Maggie I.aythain.
.We hope, however, that It Is only temporary,
nud that shu may bo convalescing In a few
A couple of young goutlomon who wero
boasting of their mitlhoinatlcal attainments
wero. given tins sum: ji u iiorse can eat a
peck of bran lu flvo mlnules, how long will
it uucou to iruvoi io Ainysviue, "
If tho lady who was feeding her chickens'
i earlv tho other mornlnu had liavo looked
on the plko she would nnfliuvu grumbled so
loud when thu ulu stole hor car of corn u
young geutlemnu was hearing her.
It Is n vory grout mistake lo suppose the
religion of our Kavlour Is disgraced by tho
misdeeds of lhoo who professed to bo Its
friend. The "dUgrnco'i was, If it all, by tholr
coming lu, thelrgoliig'out was a relief.
Mr. Iliislt Culvert coutemplatos moving to
Kansas lu the spring. Our best wishes go
with him. lie 1 n good Democrat und we
hope his vote will bo there as It has been
here always on thetddaofu froo white mati,
An old tramp cumo to Mr, Farrow's
houso and bogged lo Lo taken In fur
bis board. Ho stayed tlvo months und
a bunion that Mr. Fuiiow was relieved
when ho left, and now hollas sued him
for, wagon, Huch onsen should not, It seems to
us, boar an action. For Immunity's sake
thoy an taken In and trenled like human
brings, nud Ilka the vlpnr that was wanned
Into life turns nud stings.
' Advortlseraonts inserted under this heading
lUc per Hue for each Insertion.
Paul Hokvi.ich and brother,
With pleosuro announce,
They'voKlvon this seasou
' Hlglrprlcos tho'bbuhce.
Wrnps, dry goods and notions,
Thoy beg you to know,
They're Mslllug at prices
CjrcumHtnncoa will prohahly reqiilro
my roumvnl from Jruysvillo nhnut tho
first of January, anil 1 tlionjforu
tlio ruco (or aasofisor.. I rotiirn
my sinrero tlinnka to till who havo k bully
Bttjiportotl tn In tlio content.
Ohahl.es II. Wat.z.
Try Langdon'B City Butter Crackere.
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Children's cloaks and cloaldngs nt
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Hunt & Doylo's.
All wool red undershirts at $1.25 at
tf esbitt & McRroH's.
Russian circulars audMolmans cheap
at Ncsbitt & McKroll's. ' ' -
Go to Egnow & Allen for tho tho best
lot of tin toys in town.
Good bed comforts from 85c. to $2.25
at Nesbitt and McKrell's. . -3
JJgnow & Allen havo tho nicest lot of
toilet Bets and coal vases in Maysvillo.
Ninety-eight different styles of now
neckwear open to-day at Hunt & Doylo's.
Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle,
thoy know how to fit you perfectly.
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Five hundred dolmans, jackets mid
clojkB at Hunt & Doylo's to-day.
Four-year-old Kentucky whisky, $2.75
per gallon, at Fitzgerald's, on cast Third
j - $.'
Brinir on tho babies. Pictutefl takon
instantaneously by Kackloy at!5l?& K.'s
book Btore. 62,0dtf
Nesbitt & MoKrell aro making leaders
this seftBon, of ladles' and Men's underwear,
blankets, etc. '
' -" --. f y 4,
Poets from 75 cents- to $5. Family bibles
now and cheap, at Morrison &Kack-ley's.
Children's wraps of all styles from two
years old up. Cheap. $
It Paul Hourucit & Bno '
Tho largest line and tho lowest prices
in Maysville at Nesbitt & McKroll's.
Poo's Raven, illustrated by Doro, $0,
list price $10. For sale by M. & K.
Call and see our IiuHo'b and children's
wraps," thoy aro cheapor than anybody
soils them, Paul Hokfmck & Bno.
Go to Egnew & Allen for tho.best and
cheapest cooking stoves in Kentucky
over fifty different varieties kept in sock.
Bisqtto goods nnd ideals, now for
Maysville, can be seen in our show "w in-
dows Morrison AVKackloy's Book Store.
From this date Favorite oysters will
bo reduced to 25 cents a can.
nlGtf John Wheki.uk.
Printing Material for Sale.
A comploto outfit for u six column paper.
Tlio outfit is new. Addiess Bttir
i,i:tin oflico. sl2dtf
A i, Altai: lot of men's fine custom-made
shoes In late styles, which I will offer for
tho next thirty days at below cost. Cull
and see them. d!kllw. F. B. Ranson.
Books III Sets.
Bulwor, Dickons, Geo Elliott,
Gibbons' Rome, Chambers, Hans Anderson,
nnd numerous juveniles in sets,
for sale by Morrison & Kackloy. 171ind
Ml III 'lll I I ill 111
Intending to closo out my stock of toys
this season, I will sell at remarkably low-prices.
Call and examine before
elsowhore. (It) J. Whkklsr.
Wo havo just received to-day tho larg
est lino of ladies' and children's wraps
of every description, ever exhibited in
the city at prices lower than tiny houso
in the city. Paul Horfmch & Bito.
Tone up tho by tho use of
Ayor's Sarsapnrilla. It will mako you
fcol like a now person. Thousands liavo
found health and relief from suffering by
tho use of this great blood purifier 'rvlion
all other means failed.
Mark Twain's " Lifo on tlio
"Tom Sawyor," "Innocents Abroad,"
Will Oarloton's ' Farm Ballada," Farm
Lct'onils," " Farm Festivals." For salo
by M. & K. . m nUcllin
Queen Titania's Fairy Tales, qtarto,
hanilsomo illuminated cover, 814 pages,
100 illustratrations. Fuiry tales oi all
ages ami Nations. I'rico $1. Books for
children in roat vurioty from ono cent
up. Harry Taylor, No. 23, Market street.
m i i i i a
Wills' World Worm Candy is a standard
remedy and is admitted to bu the
best known. It is mild in its action and
cflectivo in nil cases. It rosemblerf ordinary
stick candy ami children take it
without knowing it ia medicine. For sale
by all druggists. dl2d&wlw
. ... .
Forty years' oxporiunco, in ovory climo
on earth, lias proved Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
to bo tho inostjTcllnbla' reuledy for
coughs, colds, and all lung diseases.1 Neglected
colda ofton become incurable
Deal with thorn in time, and
prevent their becoming deep-seated in
Itt'Hciicd From Dciilh.
Win. J. Coti.hlln, of 8omervillo, Maes ,
says: In tho fall of 1870 I was (nkon
with bleeding of lungs followed by u
severe cough. I lost my oppetita and
llenli, ond was confined to my bed. In
1877 I was admitted to tho hospital. The
doctors said t had a hole in my lutig as
big as a half dollar. At ono timu a report
wont around that I wasdeaA I
g.ivo up hopo, but a friend told mo of
Dr, Wm. Unit's Balsam for tho lunjis. I
got a bottle, when, to my surprise, I
commenced to fool hotter, rind lo-day 1
feel bettor than for three years past,
Corroolod dally by It, I), Lovel, grocer and
produce doaler, Nos. GO and 52, Mnrkct street,
UofToo 111b .....J 15r'.0
MolaRses,otd crop, It gill (SO
Molasses, fancy, new V gitl Tn
Molasses, soruliuiu, fancy, 1) gal 60
Sugar, yellow V tr , s
Sugar, extra (J., Tjl lb .,..... V 0
Sugar A. Ill ft : -..;. D)$alo
Sugar, granulated WB- - lOloU
SuRar, powdoied, per lb..
Sugar, Now Orleans, V lb, m I)
Teas. ! lb 40O 0
uoai un, iieau ngut v gui M
I'KOVISIONS AN1 COUNTIIY fUOnUOK,
Apples, per pcclc 2Txn!0
liacon. broukfasl H lb.,
Ilacqn, clear sides, per lb.. "io
Iliicon, llinns.lil lb ,; (
ll.u.on, Shoulders, per lb sAti
lieaus Dl'uI 4 I'tfibt
Chickens, each 15(n!W
Apples, diled. per lb s'A
I'enches, dried, per lb H)Z
Kggs, V doi 1
Flour, Liliuestono, per barrel 7 mi
Flour, Old Gold, por.biurel 7 Oil
Flour, Maysvillo Fanry, per barrel.... b 'lh
Flour, Mason County pur bariel 9 25
Flour, Kentucky Family, per barrel.. 0 (c
Flour, Magnolia Family, pot b.iriol S "U
Honey, per lb 1520
Hominy. IP gnllon vo
Meal Tfl pock 20
Onions, per peck 2t)30
l'otntow prk :.. 18
Turkoys, diessel, per lb 1P012K
MAYSVILLR OOAli MARKET.
Anthracite at Elevators, iieTr ton J8.2ii, delivered,
Yougulogheny nt Elevators, per bushol 14c.
Kanawha at Elovators, por bushel tic. de-lived
l'oiuury ut per bushel 0c. doll
vu rod 10c.
Wo nro nuthoilKod to announce that HORACE
JANUARY Is a candidulo for
as Mayor of Majsvllle, nt thu ensuing
For City 'lorU.
J'We nro uuthorlxcd to announce that
LANOHOUNK M. T Mill Is a candidate foi
the olllce of City Clerk at the ensuing January
Wo nro nuthnrlzed to announce that
HAUIiY TAYLOR Is a candidate lor
us City Cluik at tho ensuing Jununry
For City Assessor.
Wo aro authorised to unnounco that Mr.
W. 1). HlXaON Is u candidate for City
nt the ensuing January election.
We aio authorized to announce that Mr.
JOHN W. OARTMEMj Is a candldato for
City Assessor, at tho misttitig Junuaiy election.
For Collector ami Trousiirrr.
Wo nro authorized to nunnunco that WILLIAM
HUNT is ti cnndldiito for Collector
und ol Maysville, ut the ensuing
January election. -
Wenronuthoilzed to nunnunco that K. E.
PKARCJK Is n candldato for as
Collector and Treasurer of Maysvillo at the
ensuing January elecilou.
We nro nuthorUed to announce Mr. J. M.
STOCKTON, as a candldato lor ro election ns
councilman ltom theStcoud Ward.
We nro authorized to announce that W. A.
P. LURTY Is a candidate for Councilman Iji
tho first ward at i no next January election.
MR. ROBERT FROST takes this mot hod of
announcing to the voters ot the Klist Ward
lu the city of Maysville, that ho will bou
candldato lor re election as Councilman ol
said Ward at tho ensuing January election,
At tho solicitation of innny friends I
uoiiHco mysolt us u candidate foi
lor Councilman, at the next election.
Wo nro authorized to auuoiiiico that Mr
ISAAC M. LANE Is a candidate for Councilman
In thu Fouith Ward, at tho next
Wo are authorized to annoiinco that JOHN
W. ALEXANDER Is candldato for
to the council Irom tho Fourth Wnnl, at
tho ensuing January election.
Wo uro authorized to announce that ROU-ERT
FICKLIN, Jit, Is 11 candldnto for reelection
as vv harfinaster, at tho uoxt January
For Wood mid Conl Inspector,
We nro nuthorled to announce that PETER
P. PARKER is a cundldnto for Wood
and Coal Inspector, at the ensuing Jununry
Wo uro authorized to announce Mr. W. W
W ATKINS as u candldato for Mnrslinl nt tho
ensuing January electlou, IKSI.
Wn urn authorized to announce JAM EH
HAB80N, Hr., us u candidate for city marshal
at tho Jnnuury election. Not one cent for
Wo uro nulhorlzed to announce Hint W. 11.
DAWHON Is a caudldnto for tho oflico of City
Marshal, at tho ensuing January election,
He solicits the support of his friends.
Wo nro authorized to annoiinco that. tAME8
REDMOND is a candldato for ro election as
Marshal of Maysvillo ul the ensuing January
election. Tho support ol his friends is solicited.
MR. ROBERT W. HROWNINU announces
that he is a o iiidldato lor City Marshal at the
ensulne Jnnuuiy election, on tho first Monday
In January, 18SI. Your support Is solicited.
."lirANTED Acareful and responsible par-
T ty to rent my lesldonco on tho Fleming
ptke either the whole orn portion of tho
House. Hmnll family prefened. Apply to
Mrs B. M. ailmoro, or to Uordon Ullmoro nt
the Batonlan House, Front stieet; nlGtf
"irANTED A good canvasser tor n fast
it selling boox, uoou comiiiis.siiiu Ex-
illusive ten Itory, WM. OWENS,
OlCSllI lUilletln oflico.
iirANTKIUTwnnlv thousand II vo turkeys
W and 60,000 dozen Iresh eggs. Highest
iiinrketprloo paid. H. II. NORTUCOIT&CO.,
Sutton street, Maysville, Ky. noSd&w
OR BALE The brick, door frames, win-1
I dow frames nud lumber In the Churlis
PiilMorresldence, adjoining new Jail.
dl'Jlf J. W. IIINKLEVj
BALE A fnw moro building lob in
Chehtor, on monthly payments of S3.
nlOtt M.F.. MARSH, Button 8t.
Biiltablo for wrap-
plqg paper. Apply ut this oillce.
A small two story frame cot-
Jj tugo on Second stieot. Terms rcasonnblo.
nO M. F. MARSH, Huton street,
TMHl HALE acres of uood to
1 bncco hind, with residence, orchard, etc.,
lu one mllo of Maysvillo. A Imrgalo.
n)7dlwlmow UARRETTH. WALL.
170R BALE Hase burning stove, good as
l; now win no soiu uta uuiguiu. Apply
loT.J.CURLEY. n21d llw
A pocket knlfo.thr'o blades, buck,
rOBT handle. Thu tinder will ho rewarded
byroturnlligltlo dl&llt THIS OFFICE.
WLASON COUNTY FAKW.
VE ncros of tobacco land. Good
J. brick houso of suveu moms, now
burn, ond ull other nooossary out buildings.
yithin fourmllAH of Maysville on tho
Lexington pike. For further tmrtloulnrs call
oir or address H. V. FRIHI'OE, Wiishlngton,
Mason coiinly, Ky, nld&wlw
OW THAT TUT.
will soon bo upon us, It Is desired that all
should know with what care the disnhiy of
appropriate presents at J. James Wood's have
been selected. Kxrluslvo of the unusually
large supply of
Hplccs, Teas, Palnts.Olls. Varnishes, Window
(II ass Ac, you me Invited to examine tho line
of useful nnd orunmenlnl
consisting of Combs, Hi ushes I'orfumwsHonps at
Odor and Toilet cases, Faco Powders, Pulls
nnd PufT Hoxes, Sponges, Limps and Fixtures,
for medicinal purposes, Jttt A . l,Biinllt
small ml vuuee on tin original cost Is the nrlce
asked for these specialties. The plnce Is tho
drug establishment ol J. JAMES WOOD, Sec
ond street, corner of Market,
P. S. My Laboratory having been recently
perfected physicians may prescribe lor iheli
patients nil pharmaceutical piepnraiatlons
of a recent and scientific manufacture.
J. JAMES WOOD,
i mm fits!
li n I n it i i icnn i.nrt ! Mtipiu m ir
r m liitJ i lit n liritittiii ul nnirii mhIii t tin it n n rntll
tUuru 1 havti iiihiU tho illHHtm uf HT$t t.Vll.LVY
t r 1 IM.TNO life Inng utmly I rrutiiij
rcmfilT to rurfl tlm wrt CAei lKcnufl other tmtn
uilotl t nn rurtmi fur ma now receiving m cunt. Honil nt
miet ftr a t nnl a Krn Bottle vf Uj InfnlMhi'i
rpmny OIvh Kiprpt and Font Olllc. It cvl yuu
DutHlnx f a trlil, miU I wilt cur you.
Aittlr Dr. II O. KOOT, Hi Pearl St.. Kew York-
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
This season's new descriptive Catnloguo
ami nice i.isioi
'raoieaux i. ignis,
llurntCork, o -
icnm,AC. tvo f
In fact, everything for Amateur Theatricals.
SAMUEL FRENCH A HON, !W, E. I III) Hlieel,
1 have ii pottltlvo rcineilr fir the nbnva duoiuei bv lu
uiren ine wur.t mnu biiu ui hj fi
ttmeiirurpil lmp,l, wi.tronKUmy
rap, thut I will ..-ml TWO IIOTI I.KS H
t'KBtlinr with It V I.ITAHI.K TIIRATI8K on till! dlnetue,
to hut iufferer lll Kiprr.n Ritil V O HtMreM
UK T A. KI.OllUM, III frurl St., New Vnrk.
1 DVERTIHERS1 send for our Holecl Llsl
J ol Local Newspapers. Ui-o P. Rowell A-
uo., iu, npriiLOSiicci. N. V.
37, Second street, MiiyHVllle, Ky.
PIANOS and ORGANS,
.17,Neeonil street, Muysville, Ity,
i. it, Miaxy.Gnai, Art.
life Assurance Society !
of the United States, Issues nil
forms of Policies. All profits be
loug to policy holders exclusively.
Attei tho tlilul year ordinary nnd
After tbo third year all
policies uro indisputable,
ROE LYON, Managers,
JOH. F. UROrmiOK, Agent,
illditw Muysville, Ky.
TAIt'M AT lMtlVATi: NAI.K.
npiIE James II, Thompson farm, situated
L two mid ouodiair miles north ol this
place, on Iho road to Headquarter, In Nicholas
county, uud containing
Three Hundred Acres!
May bo bought PRIVATELY at anytime
between this and tho 23th of this month; hut
If not disposed of by that date, it will ho advertised
for publlo sale,
Tlio larin nns ou li a nirgo aim uutiiiinini
two-story slonu dwelling, n new barn, capable
of containing 11 fit on ncics of tobacco.
uud other usual out buildings; abundauconf
unfailing water, ninplo supply of tine limber,
and u largo orchard bearing selocl fruits.
Tho land Is llrst quality, red soil, and nearly
all of It excolloiil tobacco laud. It will bo
sold in n body, or divided In two or more
tracts, as desh oil.
All C1UI1I1S iiganini. oir. iiiuminum muni. ui
piO'ontod to tiiuunitoisigneu, legnny nitesicu,
by tne win ot tins niouin. Appiy io, or nil
dress. A. U. HTITT, Assignee,
MUlorsburg, Ky., Dec i.iikw. dOtd
WAll OooUsnad Work WARKAKTED.
ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE.
announces to tho public that slio has marked
her stock down to mako room for
My slock consists of Hlrds, Feathers, Hals,
Volvo!. Ornaments nnd Notlonsof all kinds.
Tho ladles aro Invited to cull and see prices.
I havo for salo a very dcslrablo farm containing
10H acies, slluiiled on tho Sunrpsburg
nnd Owlngsvlllolurnplko, ,1)i miles from tho
lormer near Raid Kaglo. Large two-story
dwelling house, good tobacco ham, good
orchard, plenty of Umber nnd never falling
water. First clnss tobacco land. Price $75
prncie. dectiw m P.R.BTONE.
Aim roit nam:.
Having engaged In other business I wish to
sell my iurni ol (I') ole hundred nnd eighty
nci os. situated on tho Flemlngsburi: turnpike
road, i nillos from Maysville. Huyers will
please call at the farm nud see tho land nud
improvements, which nro tho best In the
county. Address B. Al. POYNTS5,
ntfJwtf Maysville, Ky.
KIRK has oponed n dally meat mar-.
RO. on Market street, next door to It. U,
Lovel's, and will kee, nil ktuds ol tresh meat
reaonnblo prices and will deliver It In auy
partol the city. Call nud see me,
Thirty Tonn Nwcet Clovfr liny, Nev-
enly Jons I'riiiu;
For prices address F. M. CARR,
nl7 2tnviwd Cnrr's, Lewis County, Ky.
on Chicago Hoard nnd In stock on N. Y. lloaid
Money paid in as Hoon as trudo Is closed. Do
not have to await reinlttnnco fiom Chicago
or Now York, flnrliiiiiiti Orn In und
Nloek KxrluutKO,U3,UHt FlHli Ntreel,
OpnoNlle I'oiintulii, C'lneliiinill,
dJdlm XV. A. NOHTOXaimmger,
FKBSII OYSTERS !
Rest brands served In any style, DAY OR
My estnbllstimcnt hns lnlely been fitted up
in iinnusomoBiyie, nun suppueu wituover
convenience, uookiii g iiuexcelUHl.
it. M. WllibriT,
s3Cd3m No. H. Market street,
VTINS ANM ritAZAIt,
NOVELTY STORE I
A full lino or Millinery, Dress Goods, Trimmings,
velvet. Cashmere, Luces, Embroideries,
veilings shawls, Rlhlxms, iluudkeichleis,
Skirts, Ousels, Neckwear,
Hosiery. Couilw, Porfumoiy, BtntlonerV,
Zephyr Wools, Yarns, Hair and Fancy Uoods.
tub riiAUKTo airr ciikai
mcli31dty BUTTON STREET.
A, R. GLASCOCK & CO I
Is Uwjliest placo to get bargains In
For Sale Or Rent.
FOURTEEN ncros of No. 1 land, situated
1 y on high bottom lnud near the street
railroad and noar ono of the best school
houses lu tho county. Tho houso contains
eight rooms besides kitchen with house of two
rooms lu the rear suitable for outsldo
kitchen and servants room. Collar under
tho entire bouso with dairy. A now nud con
venient narn anu oinor oui uuiiiuiigs. a
spring near the house of never falling water
nud also two cisterns. This property can bo
purchased very low aud on easy terms. For
any other Information cull on Robert A.
Cochran, Court Bt. ol wtfdSt II. II. COX.
830.000 FOR 82.
Regular Monthly Drawing" will
4TH; tnko plnce In tho Masonic Hall, Ma-
soulaTemplo llulldlng, Louisville, Ky
THURSDAY, J)cc, 27, 1883.
A Lawful Lottery nntl Fair Drawings
chartered by the Legislature of Ky, and twice
declarod legal by the highest court In the
niaio. noun given to Henry county In the
Bum of 3100,1 for the prompt payment of all
A Itevolutloti In Nlnglo Number
WJTEvery ticket holder Ills own supervisor,
can call out tho number on his ticket aud soo
the corresponding number on the tag placed
In the wheel lu hla presence. Theso drawings
will occur on tho last Thursday of ovory
month. Read tho magnificent
1 Prize t.Tl,000
1 1'iUe ... . 10,000
1 Prlso 6,00(1
2 Prizes, $2,600 each . 6,000
6 Prizes, 100 each ... n,000
8 Prizes, 800 each, Approx'n Prizes.. .. 2,700
9 Pilzes,200oach, Vsoo
9 Prlzos, 100 eaoh, 'uoo
20 Prizes, wo each,.., lo.oou
100 Prlziw, 100 each lo.OOU
200 Prizes, 60 caoh . 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each 10,100
1WQ Prizes, 10 each .,.. io 000
1,857 Prlzos, 1110,400
Whole Ticket n, 83, Uair TleketH.ai.
U7Tleketn,8su. oa Ticket let).
Remit money or bank draft In letter, or
send by express. DON'T BEND UY REQIB.
TERED LETTER OR POBTOFFIUK ORDER,
until lurther notlco. Orders of J5 and upward
byoxprcHs.can bo sent at our awn exponse
Address all orders to J, J, DOUOLAH,
MpHdAwly LnuUVUlo, Ky.