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HE DAILY BULLETIN
MONDAY EVENING, DEO 17, -IBM.
ROSSER & mocarthy; '
TO WUOM Ai)DKWW Af.ti'LMMTCATtOIYir
Hino out the old,
Hint' I" the now,
Hlnglii the coffee
Willi oysters for two,
And In forco ;
WJiere T do you oak,
PORTSMOUTH now Inia jh pni'ur box
Thk streot'cn'ni wort) iaiirtiii
I ing on itccouht of'lliffsnbw block Iriynlie
struck. - , v- ; '-i 1 3
Wir.i. Cox'h (loll liouso Is not complete.
It needs a lio cntcriiii; tho front door to
innko it look perfectly natural.
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Danviu.k Iiiib determined to enforce
have been found uguinst liquor dealers
in that town. .-.'..V., .' .
TttERK nru eighty Granges in Kentucky
which have n ineinbcrnbip of about ono
thousand. Tho order tins lout, ground in
tho State the juist ye r.
An exchange says that (he proper, lime
to burn tobacco bwlHutid bow needs Lt
during tho light of th trrfjoii
nry, if an early crop is ;
IIahvky AitMSTitoNO, who lives near
Manchester, was shot and fatally wound
ed on Saturday" morning tfy'Satn Smith,
tho result of u quarrel i BotliLnro colored'
men. ; '.i iM '
The street car tracks Cincinnati nro
kept clear of snow by fas en by; In the
proper position In front, of ejjch arjwo
hickory brooms. Wo do not cfiargo the
Maysvillo company nnytliliiK fbT"thTif
The Outlook says M. James 0. Hamilton,
of Bath county is preparing to build
twonty tobacco barns, and will raise two
hundred acres of tobacco next year. Mr.
Hamilton is one of tho proprietors of
tho " Flat Creok Hord of Short-horns,"
tho largest in the world.
Tiik prospects are that a good class in
wood-carving will bo speedily formed.
Miss Lcitch will airivo in Maysvillo
shortly after tho holidays, and expects to
begin tho work without delay. Those
who wisli to join the class should leaye
their names immediately at PliiBter'a
book store, wheroerms'majvbo learned!
"ii r nrf i
a despatch mis been p'eiloy tlie
Uuli.etin, announcing Unit tho new
Bteamer Handy No. 12 will leave Cincinnati
for Maysvillo (his evening.' ""The'
r ii i , .,"-. i
following is front tho
zultu of Saturday : nt
The new Upper Ohio packet, HandytNo. 2,
is about completed. It Is. ex pec led she wli
lie utile to make u'tilal Hho In a
handsome boat ami a credit to her builders
Mrs. JoiiAXNAV'Lu'rdied yctttorday.
morning at seven o'clock, ftt tluj (iprno of
her Mr. Joseph Urenner, on
Front street, at tho ago of ono hundred
years and fivo days. Her birthday, it
will bo rcindmboroil, was cclebr.ite'd lasf
Tuesday, at which tiino she wsb visited
by several hundred citizens of Maysvillo.
Tho funernl will will takn plhcS from tho
rcsidenco to-morrow ufteruoon at half-past
The burglary at Mr. Qenrgo T Wool's
grocoryl store in- Friday
night, was described correctly in this paper
with tho single exception that the
plato drilled through was an iron ono
and not steel. This plato formed the
frontof tho safe door." Tho report curronf
In town that thobiinilar prool box Inside
had been drilled is a jnistuke. It was
found open but tlie supposition is that it'
had either been accidentally left unlocked
nr that tlin rninliliiatlmi knob had nnlv
beon! moved slL'h'tly.'nniUhadrbeen -
back to iho optmlng point by tho tliiov
Tho box snowed no markfl'ol
. ,1, ,
Tun mairiago of Miss A lieu Mcllvaino
ta Mr. T. II. Beaton, of Honey Grovo,
Texas, will bo fuilenintxed at noon to
morrow at Iho M. R, Church, South, tho
Rov. Dr. lleiiderson olllciatini;. The
brido iuonuof ournorrKtiuliCrUlzons,
whoso roiuovftKfrfi AJlsvilliilTkbo'
slnceroly regretted by many friend?.
Mr. Beaton is a prominent business man
ol his town, and-will lo rcmemoereu by
many of his old coinfiiups lhtnfs neigh
borhood rur a gallant 'Boldlordnrlnfj tho
lato war in tlje ciyulry cpuimandof jCon
John II.jMbr4u,'Mrf. amlfMrs. Seirtoii.
on a visit to Mr. Heaton's roiatlycs
Dalril CfTmliiK iV
Tho Uai rd tninHtrelitroupo atinounce
to apicar at 'tliM bpera' fidiisej Jannar
1st, in an ovoninj: porformunco and u
matinee, number about thirty performers.
There ajpJam.O'10)'.!, tf&SPi18
and danco artists, ten clou dancers and
other spocialty artists. Tho Zouavo drill
Ih nl so, a novel and
... . . .
iiieit eiueruunmeuiH. iiieirpenormauuo
will ho tho best of Iho Mini eve glvfln
in Maysvillo. Persons living in tho
county and in tho ueuthborinir towns
will have tint nppor.tilrllty to, attend. t)ui.
matinee. Tlie troupe has ono of thd Hest'!
bands in the United .States. Tjio slroet
parado,wlllbYijjv? . j '
R.'V. Dr. MfddtmTof Charlottesville,
Vn.j has accepted a call to tho first Baptist
Church, of Lexington.
MrMr. Gcorgo S. Schatzmann and Mr.
flonry Uridges, two worthy young men of
this city, off oh tho Bostona yostorday
morning loriNow Orleans.- I
Mr. J. V. Blackburn, of Frankfort,
has been appointed to an important
in tho folding room of tho Houso
of Representatives by Doorkeeper
;Tii8hevmo tlireo hitnd red and
uvo uuBimw latiures lrrino united suites
TV:- r. r ,V. . - , ' - .
Thk project of an experimental farm
Inconnection with' tho agricultural
aaSIS? ll.im lit T.iivlmrtmi v...f,.v..., .Itinnl ..... ..... mftnt ...v.w U'illi ......
great iavor,at tiy) Kontucky grange,') list
The manipulators have control of tho
Chicago com market and prices are uncertain.
In wheat there Is n heavy Bhort
interest. Indiannpolls has lately lost
$1,000,000 in Cnicago margins.
i The NoveinblerTearip!ngs'. of . tho rail-
roads of the country exceeded thoso of
last year by $2,154,017. For cloven
months of 1883 tlu.ro is an incrraso of
$24,144.05)0, or about 11 per cent.
It-is Bidd.that the Suiudard Oil Com-of
Cleveland, is tho monev power of tho
1 ZJ, n rr ' ,;. . ...
3opihonl uasi uompnny oiiJoulsvllle.
Hk till - ."Si
UViwoclauonU hat goes almufpntling up
gas wrirkswherovor' they will do tlie
Spkakkr Cahuslk statod.to tho Washington
nal, ttliat hej wliirno? n canilliluto ''for
Ignited States-Senator from Kentucky,
amUthatJiis name, would not go before
the I.egi8lBtfvo'catiotis. 'UMf r
" , .llwiJiClter.
.J have changed my. jnjnd, I will not
come thin year wild linen dusternnd fan.
Yours truly, Kins Kiunoi.i;.
During my absence in tho South, my
insurance business will bo conducted by
O. T. Poyntz, who will continue to offer
indemnity in rlrnt clans companies at extremely
low rates. .Ixo. BI'oynt., Jn.
Maysvillo, Dec. 14, 1883. dl4d3t
Circumstances will probably require
my removal from Maysvillo about the
lirst of January, and L thereforo withdraw
from tlie raco for assessor. I return
my sincoro thanks to all who have kindly
supported me in tho contest.
CltAKLKS II. W.I.J!.
'I ho UlL'ht View.
tT Buntl5vMornPigCnll. .
aeinof.o .porsonsiiwnoavant inoMiog as
Maysvillo s hc.ivenger. reason liko those
vyho want bolls to purify tho blood. Is
it not much butter to prevent tho impurities
than to have the pain and
n b'ojh ljet ujjpiitput tho hogs,
haul oil' oifBgarhairo, and our city will
bo clean utiilTht trncti vdi JAS5,
The moU'onJoyable 'society oyenttlmt has
Klvtft by Mr. uud Mm. u It .Man nun,
iKjor I8lh, on tlie ncoHHion or the liiarrlagu of
iliylr Hlhter, Miss Kva Pollock lo Win. It.
CrlhUelcl. Attendants: Mr. W. O. JoIidkoii
and bn e. Ceiemony by Itev. V. W. Hpatw
wa beuutlrulund Tho lirldo was
buoomliiKly fitllrcd fu an eleuaut wlno colored
xllk and -Velvet huH and bonuMr -Tho
entlio house was tlirown open to the one
hnndml and flrtr cuestn n.ismbltil and host
and with efficient nld vlet with
pleasure. Tlie menu comprised all tho
subiiui tlaUanddellcacloMorthoMiuson In ihe
urealcKt profusion and wiih (IImcuhswI ;wlth
rest by the happy thronit. At a lole hour the
company dispersed wlslilnx the happy youiiK
wiupiv u miui oi pnwpuriiy unu iuu rouuu
bumper of happinewflii Iho'yoarfiltofcoiue,
Tho IoIIowIiik.Ish partial lUt of preseiils : 1.
ruof L.J iiiu ill iul. Diuuuuii tiuiii niiLiii.
Mr. A. Crlhllelil, silver knives, forks and
ii on. T. M. Dora and wife, silver cake has.
feel and break lust castor.
Robert Iluniloiiir, aud wife, fruit
Irult bowl set In sliver.
Dr. A. Pollock and wife, silver ten urn.
r J nines Ha VHijc, silver foi ts.t
Mr aud Jim Hwecney, gold individual
'. C. Johnson aud wife, pair napkin rlnRs.
' Miss Adte Maiinen aud urothet, pairof napkin
A.Turney, pairof anpkln rlnus.
J. T. Frazee and wire, pair of vases autl
iiiwimm. mas nrfiii
Pi I..'. . . ... wlfiC1 e osh borrv howl, ft
111 Mfs. Kate Ked, MlVj ..' erberty Kpopn.l ! J
T Jasper KlaMCj Iuu in :i -(line puoioaiounijP
.. and AinuTon ltri..A. V.i.Ku..,ll..i. .....I.
is-. .'. fit k-. vii iiiiiwi. ...til iiiiift.
IMIss Ruim 8AViiKe, table cloth and napkins,
"J, HlHhon and pair hTvaes."" imjAt
n. u. nun j.n. union, ciirar Homer,
. Jesse Turney, match sale,
Thompson & Walton, (en set.
Miss M. Hurinou. handsome lamp.
Miss Fnunie I'ollocU, VOse,
Miss Mury Hnvnito, hand mirror.
Mrs. Hue D. Tollock, kult skin.
It. McDoimle and sister, innjoltcti pitcher.
Mm. A. Turney, KlasHPllolmr nml arHilcls,"
embroidered cushion. iM
AdvertlsumnU Inserted under this bead-Inn
106 periluftJprvkQl) ipserUnn.
Try- Lantdon'B Ctty'Utitter Cracktfrtf.
sChildron'scloakH tnd cloakfngs at
Lfi?Ht6oyi's. dtjri. r
All wool red undershirts at $1.25 at
Nesbitt A McKroll's.
I KUsaian ciroulnrH aud dolmanit' cheap
fltwblttA' McKroll's. v ' llMi 1
t 1 1 r. ' 'j x a i
Go to Egnow & Allen for the tho best
10C of tin toys in town.
at Nesbitt nnd McKroll's.
diflorout styles of now
irtcJjir openit.Oii'fty at Hunt A Doyle's.
RfcHWft Allen havo tho nicest lot of
toilet sots and coal vases In Maysvillo.
I5fi 'yttul clml(f Ifoin 11mA 'A Poylo,
1 I , hi i.
Fivo 'hundred- dohrwiw,' laokebt and
cloak's at llutil A'boylo'a to-day,
Four-year-old Kentucky whisky, $2.75
I per gallon, at Fitzgorald'a, on eaat TJuril
street. d8dlm .
Bring on tho babies. Pictures taken
instantaneously by Kackley atM. & K.'s
book store. o20dtf
"SVo aro retailing Misses and children's
cloaks at Now York wholesalo prices?,
dl2d&w3w A. It. Glascock & Co.
Nesbitt & McKroll aro making leaders
this season, of ladies' and Men's underwear,
The largest lino and tho lowest prices
InJMnysvillo at Nesbitt & McKroll's.
Goto Egnow & Allen for tho best and
Cheapest cooking stoves in Kontucky
over fifty different varieties kept in stock.
Cliristmas ond Now Year cards, children's
looks, books to paint wator colors,
and flno stationery, at Harry Taylor's,
23 Market street.
From this daU? Fav"orito oysters will
bo reduced to So couts a can.
nilOtf , ,M John Viieki.kk.
rrlutliig Material Tor Sale.
A comploto outfit for a bIx column paper.
Tho o'utfit'is nqw. Address Buiy
lctis ofllce. . '. Bl2dtf
. .. y . ., , (
Ladies wo have reduced, tho prico of
circulars, paletots and dolmans. Cull
and pco our circulars ht S8, $12, $18. - .
dl3(htt3w ' A. R. Gi.abcock A Co.
- . 'oy.
Intending to closo out my stock of toys
this season, I will soil at remarkably low
prices. Gull and examlno before buying
elsewhere. (13lf) John Wheeler.
Our dress goods stock is so largo we
wil) not enumerate, but call especial attention
to our black and colored cashmeres,
black.' and colored silks, all of
which wo guaruntco good valuo at the
prices. Call and soo.
dl3d&w3w A. R. Glascock A Co.
Forty years.' oxperience.in evory clime
on earth, ha proved Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
to be tho most reliable remedy for
coughs, colds, and a)l lung diseases. Neglected
colds ofton become incurable ailments.
Deal with them in tiino, and
prevent their becoming deep-seated in
Tone up. tho systo n by tho uho of
Ayer's Sanuiparilla. It will make you
ieel liko a now person. Thousands have
.iou'nd health and relief from Hudurlngby
iliQ.useof this great blood purifier when
all other means-failed.
Wills' World Worm Candy is a standard
remedy and is admitted to be Iho
best known. It in mild in it action and
ellectivo in all cases. It resembles ordinary
stick candy and children t.iko it
without knowing it is medicine. For sale
by all druggists. dl2dAwlw
I Pure Candles.
I havo a full lino of holiday confectioneries
of all kinds. I maku my own
candy and puarnnteo it to be absolutely
pure. Nuts, raisins, figs, almonds, and
a. great variety of suitablo things for tho
holidays at reasonable prices.
17difcw2v European Hotel.
- - m - i ..a
Kesciicd From Death.
Win. J. Couuhlin, of yomervlllo, Mass.,
says: In tho fall of 1870 I was taken
with blooding of, lunga -followed by a
severe cough.' I lost 'my oppotito and
flesh, und ,wos confined to' my bed. In
1877 I was admitted to tho hospital. Tho
doctors said I had a hole in my lung as
big aa a half dollar. At one time a report
went around that I was dead. I
pavo up hope, but a friend told me of
Dr. Win. Hall's Balsam for tho lungs. I
got a bottle, when, to my snrprlso, I
commenced to feel bettor, and today I
feel better thnn for three years past.
i) I tin.
At Clinton. Mo.. Decembor 0, 188.1, of
Mrs. H11III0 I'ennebakor
wife of Mr. H. II. Lashbrooke,
of this county.
11 trr A 1 1. 91 n II F.T.
Corrected dully by It, It. Ujvkl, grocer ami
produso dealer, Nui.60aud hi, Mnrkot street,
Ooffe fllb S 1600
Molasses, old crop, Ih itnf .. no
Molassc, fancy, new kiiI 7!
Molasses. sorhuni, fancy, V gal 60
Hugar, yellow fl to
Hiifjnr, extrn C, Wlb 0
HnRiir A.lfl B ;m. OValO
Hiuar.cninnlate.1 it, 11UJ
Himnr, jiowdereil, per lb It
Hugar New Orleans, II lb.. 7KfJ
Teas, W ft im l
Coal Oil, head light V gal 'J
VUOVJSIONS AND COUNTllY PKODU0E.
Apples, per pock , 2i&W
JJucon, bieaklasl 19 m,, WA
Bacon, cleansldes, per.Iti ... '1 10
iiuoon, iiuiiim.m m i ,.,'.., .,.,..,,. 16J
ii.uKin,HHouiiiurH,perrti ,......i..;.i. tj m
lieaus Vi gal ; .m........ w4?(jt
llllftlTMIIU itit nit K,. !
Apples, ill led, per II..,.,
I' 'caches, dried, per l
Onus, Ii dot. 25
Klonr, Limestone, por barrel... 7 IX)
r iour,uiu now, por narrei 700
Flour, Maysvillo Fancy, per barrel..., 62)
Flour, Mason County per barrel 9 25
Klonr, Kentucky Family, por barrel.. fl nc
Fiour Magnolia Family, lor barrel .. fi 76
Money, per lb ,, , 15A'M
Hominy, V uallou W)
Meal V pock , bo
Onions per peck SilasO
l'otaiotlH norfc, , ,.m 1 .15
Turkoys, droHhod, per lb J0OI2JJ
MAVHVIM.K OOAI. MAI1KTCT.
Anlhrnclie nt Uleviitora, nor ton 38.2S, tlo
yoi'Knlpahoriy at Eloyutors, pej buHhol Mo.
Kanawha at Klovators, por ' bualiol lie; do-
rtl!ouieiy at Blovatorspor bushel Do.
ah no unci:m i:nt.
We are authorized to announce Hint HORACE
JANUARY It a candidate for re-election
as Mayor of Maysvljle, at the enulnn
For (illy C'lcrli.
Wo nre outhorlzed lo announce that
M. TH1! Ih a candldnlo rot
tlio ofllco of Olty C'lork at the eutulng January
Wo aro authorized to announce that
I1AURY TAYLOR Ih a candidate lor re-election
as City Cleric at the enHUlim January
Tor Clly ANNcsMor.
Wo aro authorized to rinnonnco Hint Mr.
W. O. HIXHON Is n candidate for City Ah.
HcsNor at the ennnlUK January election.
We nrn authorized to nnnoaiicn Hint. Mr.
JOHN W. OARTMKLL Is a onndldnte lor
t Ity Assessor, at the ensuing January election.
For Collector ami Trpiisurer.
Wo aro authorized to announre that WIL.
MAM HUNT Is n' candidate for Collector
and TrcaMirer of Maynvllle, at tho ensuing
Wu are authorized to announce that K. K.
I'KARCK Is n candidate for re election tin
Collector and Treasurer of Mnysvllle at the
ensuing January election.
Wo aro authorized to nunotiiico Mr. J. M.
HTOtKTON.nH a candidate lor iu election as
councilman iron) tnoHecoiiu warn.
Wo are authorized to anuounco that. W. A.
I. LURTY Is a candidate for Couiiclluiau In
tho flrt ward at the next January election.
MR. ROUICRTFROHt' takes this method of
announcing to tho voters ol Iho Klist Ward
In tho ellv of Mavsvllle. that he will ban
candidate for re election as Councilman of
ald Ward at thoeimilUi .limitary election.
At the solicitation ol inauy fi lends I
myself us a candidate for
for Councilman, at the next election.
Wo aro authorized to announce that Mr
IHAAUM. LANK Ih a candidate for Councilman
In tho Font th Ward, at tho next January
Wo nm authorized to announce that JOHN
W. ALEXANDER Is a candidate lor re-el.
to the council Iroiu the Fourth Ward, at
the ensuliiK January election.
We are authorized to announce that
KICKLIN. JR.. Is a candidate lor re
election irn W harfniasler, at the next Jan
For Wood mill Coal IiiHpecliir,
Wo aroniithorlzcd to announce Hint
TEH l'. I'ARICER Is ii candidate lor Wood
and Coal liiNneetor. at the oiihu nir January
Wo aro authorized lo announce Mr. W. W
W ATKINS as a candidate for Marshal at the
ensuliiK January election, ISM.
We aro authorized to announce JaMKH
HAHMON, Kr., as a cmidldato lor city marshal
at tho January election. Not ono cent lot
Woaronuthoilzed lo announce that W. II.
DAWHON Is a candldnlo for tho olllce of City
Marshal, at the ensulnit Jauuaiy election,
llo solicits tho suppoi tor his rrlemls.
Wo nie authorized to anuounco that JAMKH
Rl;l)MONI) Is n ca dldato Tor ro election a
.Maihhul of Maysvillo at thoeusuluK Januai
election, Tho support oi his friends is sollc
MH. KfillEIlT W. lUlOWNINU announces
that ho is a a iiididate lor I lty Marshal at the
eiiMilutf January olocllon, on thollrt Monday
In January, 1HSI. Your support Ih solicited.
I J ANTED Twenty thrill wild live tin Key
mid f(',oiw do.i'ii liesh vm. Highest
marketpilci paid. U. IJ. NOltTUCOlTA CO.,
Hut ton slice t, Maysvillo, Kj. no'xUVw
RANTED Acnreful and lesi ouslhle par-
ir in rent uiy leiueiiee tin inu r iuiiiihk
Dike either the whole or a jmillon of the
House. Hiuull family prferel. Apply to
Mrs. S. M. UlliiKire. or toUonlon Ullmoro at
tho Uateinaii House. Front street. nltitf
ttood canvasser lor a fast-
VV sol 1 1 in: hook uoou commissions. Ex-
ol5dtf bulletin olllce.
ITiOR RENT 1 will have lor lent coou three
ulco tramo cottauts. Apply to lr. H.C
.Olt HA I.E Seventy-one acies of 15001I to-1
l bacco land, with residence, orchard, etc.,
In one mile of Maysvillo. A Imrunl 1.
Ul7(llwlinow UAltimTl'ri. WALL.
TOIt HAL brick, door frames, win
JL1 dow Inuiies and lumber In tho Clwirlos
Fhlsturrcsldeuce, iulJolnln now lull.
dl2tf J. W. HINKLF.Y.
HALE A few inoro bulldlna lou In
I?OH 011 monthly payments of $3.
nlOtr M. F. MARSH, Button Ht.
pupera. HUltabie for wrap-
pliiK paisir. Apnly at this olllce.
1?OIt SALE llaso burnlni; stove, (rood ius
L' new. Will no sow um Dallam A nnlv
HALF-Tho two-story Iratno nvtal
1 roofjjdwolllng house on the southeast
ciiruei1 of Llmottoues and Uraut atteets.
Contains X rooms, Iu excellent repair. The
lot fronts 60 bet on Llmctonc nnd 160 leet on
(Jrant. -A Kd stone wall at upiior uud
lower flli I e full length ol lot. the
dwelling thiiio Is a good stable nnd smoke
houso on the lot. I'ilco82,m Applyatouco
to M'K. MA1WH or AlU'HUIt il. CAMl'
f UMT on last TiieHuny, December IH. near
IJ .Millwood, on Fletnliig pike, a day-book,
nuglugtoine. The Under will bollbeiallv
rewarded by leaving at Helena, or at this
olllce. (I6.lt) M.M.ltOLLINH.
, 91INKU A. llltO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. l.Hecoud, cor. Sutton streets,
I )AtIli I). AJVIKUMH,
OfrHOwnuXaUllourt.. JJAYBV1ULS, KY
uuwrrr . i'uankiiIN,
8iNoxt door to Hank of Mays.
vi lo. . wsi
- Manufacturer nud oilglnator of the cele
biatcl brands of
Hllver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horso, Happy
Hmoko, Three Iieautlos, Cordwood and
Gold Hlugs. Bccond Street, Maysvllle, Ky,
Sanitary Knglnoer, Gas and Steam.fltter.
Dealer in plumbers tioods. I'll in lis. Hose.
Sewer PIh, Lead and Iron Piping, Steana
and Water Gauges. No, H west Second street,
opposite Golwil's grocery,
apHdly MAYftVILLK, ICY.
y mm FITS!
It ti 1 nv i 1 w 1 nifHii t.K n j tn utp i. 111 iof
r Jim nnd thvit Imto tluiti icitirn nHln. I lucuii aiiull
t t litre. I hnA liiHilt iiiu i1itHo if I'lT, KriIXPY
ir PU.MNOHICKNKHii)lfn.fiit(fMiiy( I nrrniit mr
rrnhMlv t rnrti Ihn worst Mien, JlocnuM oOien hnva
fulled m no H'nnn fr imtimw reoi'lvlnff a cure. iml nt
otic fr a trtmtl nml n Vco IlntttA cf mjr IiifulllMe
rruiMly Qe Ktpni nnd Vmt Ofllf. It cotti yiu
Dfttlilim fr trlnl, urttl I lltrur ynu.
AdOreiis Dr. U O. HOOT, UU'etrlBt., Kew York.
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
This season's new descriptive Catalogue
ami t'ncn last or
so Hcenery (paper),
Ethiopian Dramas, si
ta lanieaux liiguis,
a ("oloreil Fire.
s I'anlotnlme, -in
B IlurntCork, 0
a wiilH, a-
H Heard, Ac. Ac ?
In fnct, everything for Amateur Theatricals.
HAMUKL FHENOll A HON, !W, K. I 111) Street,
I hftreiiHii,iUva mneilr furttia nbors chicane; bv lit
t)v Ihoii.rtiul. "fcnueii 01 ttift wurtit kind ftnil of fonif
.iHiulliiK lisva hon rurtl lnipil, mt u mr fAlth
III Itn mlcnojr, UiHt I Mill rll TWO IIOTTI.KS FKKK,
ti'Kt'llwr wltli h Vj I.ITAIII.K THKATI8K on till, ill.eiuo,
lu nuy tuITercr. (live Rtpre.minil 1' O mldm
lilt. T. A. Bl.oOUM. Ill lrlSt,hew York,
A DVKItTIHKIlSl send for our Select List
xV. ol Local Newspapoi's. (leu. i' Howell A
Co., 10, Hpiuie sticet., N. Y.
37, Nccouil slroel, MujHVllle, Hy.
Xj. JC. VBt.
PIANOS and ORGANS,
!17, Second street, .MnyNvlllo, Ity,
A Sjtecljlcfor M'Sl'M'SIA nrf
J)lSi:.t.Si:So thr, KlltXVYS,
UAH licen used with most gratifying
Iu many obstinate cases. I'nif, F.
W. Clark, professor of Cheml tiyat tho if ill
verslly ol Cincinnati saj s this water "Isjlongs
lo the sumo class with that of tlie Alleghanj
Springs, ol Virginia," the medicinal vlitue
otwhlch aro too well known lobe staled here.
Tlioso whodeslio to try this luinous watei
irctefcrred to Captain (;. W. Hoyd, Levaunn
Ohio; Captain C. M. Ilolloway, Cincinnati
Ji lo; J. J. Italpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sah
n half barrels nnd jugs hy
(JIT. H17.1.MONH, 1'ioprletor,
life Assurance Society !
of the United Htates, lisnes all
fm ins o(. Policies. All piotlts he-long
lo policy holders exclusively.
A:ter tho third year ordinary and
liable. After the third year all
policies aie Indisputable.
ItOF.A l.YOV, Managers,
JOH. F. HHODHICK, Agent,
d.HAw Maysvllle, Ky
r m.A'i r ni:iirci'i('
Wo havo marked our goods down with a
view to make room lor our Nkw Wintkii
Stock, Our stock consists of lllrds, Feathers,
Ornaments, laces, Hals, Zephyrs, &a. We
call especial attention loom cheapnud baud
some stock of I'UKWKU
ttrFILLINOHILIvnt .15 cents per dozen.
nI0d.ni MISS LOU POWIINO.
4UrAIIG)toilniiil Work W AltltA"JTKI).
ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE.
TIIK lI.AtKTMlKT CltAI
GEORGE O fl, Jr.'s I
mcli3ldly HUTfON HTRK15T.
A, R, GLASCOCK k CO M
Is tho best place to get bargains In
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread
and cakes. Pat tics aud weddings furnished
on short notice.
33 Second st niay.Tdly MAYHVILLK, KY'.
Manufactttiers and Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Hhlnglos, blinds, Frames, Doors, Hash,
Htavos, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Jto.
nioiiAlly MAYHVlI.Ut, KY,
r AJVK dc WORIIICH,
Contractors, Archltocts, Bulldors.
Plans and specifications furnished an reas.
onable terms and nil work satisfactorily and
promptly done. Olllce ou Third street, be
tween Wall and Sutton, apllldly
TVTOKKIMO.f fc KAC'KIiEY.
Wholesale and Retail-
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh281y) MAYSVILLR, KY,.
VTcnoUUI.B A 1IOI.TOW,
Wo nlfor our stock of Indies' wraps, con
sUtlng In plain and circulars, ill It
nlttsii Jacket", dolmans, paletots, New Mar
kels at reduced prices to close. Call uud get
a bargain. McDOUULE & 1IOLTON.
WKSS A IIAItKIiBT,
Nos.&7niid 69 Second and 18 Button street,
have Just received a largo stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered
to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllS
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly aud satisfactorily done.
Tcims reasonable. Front street, between
Market nnd Button. apllOdly
r W. Ulllli,
Ao. 24, MARKRT8TRKET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Shades. Good Carpet at 30. H5.
10, 45, 60, f), 05, 70, 76. and 90 cts f 1.00 an I 11.25
pei yard. mch31dly
JITItN. F. II. :h,linh,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, lionnets. Laces aud
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street,
Mrs. George Ilunows' old stand. apllGdly
YflKN I.OU 1MIWI.1NU,
Fnll Hats, Millinery Goods. IlonueU,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
F.utiro satisfaction Kiiarauteed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House, mnylly
iinuouncosto tho public that she has marked
her slock down to maku room for
My stock consists of Minis, Feathers, Hals,
Velvets. Ornaments and Notlousofall binds,
l'he ladles ate Invited to call and see prices.
i.viui roit nam:.
Having engaged In other luislness 1 wish lo
sell my tarin ol (INI) ono IiuikIkhI aud eighty
aeies, situated on the Flemliiusburg turnpike
load, I'i uillus from Maysvllle. Iluvers will
please call at tho farm and see the laud aud
improvomentK, which are the best In the
county. Address S. M. POYNTZ,
ii2)wtf Maysvllle, Ky.
KIUIv has oponed a daily meat mar
RC. on Market street, next door to R. 11.
Lovel's, and will keep all kinds ol Ireshineat
at rcaMinable prices and will deliver It In any
part ol the city. Call aud see me.
nl4dni It. C. KIRK.
We deal In
SPECULATION! Grain nd
1' ro visions
on I'lilcngo Iloaul and In stock ou N. Y. Hoard
M ouny paid in as soon as trade Is closed. Do
not havo to await remittance ftotn Chicago
or New York. Cincinnati Urnlu nml
Slock F.xcIiiuiko, 05,Wet Firth Hlrrrl,
Opposite l'nniitiilii, t'lnrlnnnf I.
(IJdlm W. A. NOltTOX, Nnuntrr,
FRESH OYSTERS !
I!ct brnnds served tn any style, DAY OR
My establishment has lately been fitted up
In handsome style, and supplltsl wltu ever
convenience. UOOKll ue UDezoelleil.
iu u. wiijur.11,
s'JOdJtn No. 8. Market sliret,
Highest cash prlcopald for country produce.
jy!3dtf Comer Fourth aud Plum street.
Nprlui; WuifoiiM mid HarBcss.
Heposltory No. 18, Hutton street, Maysvllle,
Ity. Headquarters for DIt. JACKSON rHUtne
tried aud lellablo
DR. J ACKHON'H 1JLACK OIL cures mange,
cracked heel, warts, greasy heel, pricked foot,
quitter, sand cracks, corns oto. PrlceGOceuts.
DIt. JACKHON'H HLIHTKIUNQ OINTMENT
is an excellent remwly for enlarge
ments. spavin, riugbone, canned hock, curb
siillnt. ciamp or strain of the whirl bone.
1)11. JACKSON'S WHITE OIL cures lung
fever, Inllamitlon ol the kidneys aud rheu
ma tlsm In man or horse. PileeoU cents.
Dlt.JAi KBON'SFOOT OIL Is an effective
remedy lor chafes, sores or in
horses' feet aud mango aud lice In cattle aud
horses. Price oU cents.
oSont to any addreas on rocelpt of price.
octlSdly THOMAS JACKSON,
Mf INS AN.VA l'HAZAIt,
Second. HI rcct,
NOVELTY STORE !
Slnplo nml FnHcy
A full lino or Millinery, Dross Goods, Trim.
inlngN. velvot, Cashmere, Laoos, Knibrolder
los, veilings, shawls, Klbbons, Ilandkerchleis,
Skirts, Comets, Neckwear,
Hosiery, Comb,. Pfirfuniery, BUtlonery,
Zepliyr Wools, Yams, Hair and Fancy Unods,