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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY J)Ktt 18. J8H3.
ROSSER & MdCAHTIIY, '7
Publisher and Proprietors, , -i
To Whom nDUms M. Communiuatiiinb
Tn ho rll of tlir bile,
Them's the hnlriif thndng,
Ah qiiy us fulling
Fiom tiir of a log;
Hut inilo It much heller
Ami i'i) It lip quick,
Juki till yoursell up
With ri'inlMK'H HluoLlclr.
Tun poor you'lmvo will you ulwuyn,"
TiiHRtri'et cars nro runiilnaiiM iibu.iMu
e ,1" - iW " I
hiitt! o( tho snow.
mill Hits morning.
Many MiiyriviHu brnnettci Imvu eon-
vt'ttetl Ilii'iiitulvoH into blumllfius.
. . ..
Twenty ttuuiwiiy cunln wen
ut Aboiilccii laat Week liy KHiiulro
Do UOt fllll tO Hltlp llllil
pl.iy of Vitno lamiM in MiOurlliuy'H show
whitlow, on Sutton h rt'ct.
Not cotititmi; n ft dlMs t lit health of
llitt pttoplu in iM.tyrtvllIti is tuuiHiiully
ynotl for thin bi'iiHiin tif the year.
- V- if'
Tin: wheat ii roitr eilit bo. looking
well in Fleming county. It'luH nnQiVen
injured by tlio recent liuht fieczea.
. . -
When the illtiminijteil diil of tin
Maysville town clock aiit'dn ita glare otj a
$25,000 opera, limine, everything f ill be
very lovely here. ' '
.-9- .,, ...I
Make youraelLti good .and eenaonable
holiday present by purchnslnn one of
Ileehinger Bros. k Co.'a eloaiftwnter
Btiits none bettor iri 'the wide, wide
Tiir detectives at Cincinnati arc (mid to
be working on the theory that Allio
Hubbatd was murdered, and claim to be
in possession of a clue that may lead-to
the arrest of the alleged murderer.
The first number of tho Daily Sentinel-Democrat,
published ut Mt. Sterling,
has been received. It is a very neat
journal, with telegraph dispatches, nnd
other interesting matter. It is a credit
to tho enterprising publishers.
Tiik Handy No. 2 did not leave Cincinnati
yesterday asexpectod, on account
of tho bud weather and some pipe fitting
it was found necessary to do. A despatch
received by tho Bulletin this ''morning
states that she will leave- to-day.
Tiik business of Muysvillo was never
conducted on a better basis than now.
There- is not in tho city that woknow
of, a single business man who is not, in u
sound financial cotiditfon. This is a'
record'lhat very fow towns in the country
The Postmaster General lias issueiLa
circular to postmasters, in w iiich he says j
! " In conscqnenco of tho recent reduction
in tho letter rate of postage, postmasters
are directed to exchange for tiio
f public, as application can be made, tlm
j three and six-cent denominations of pos-
tago stamps and stumped envelopes for
others of different denominations."
The Kentucky Central with its usual
spirit of liberality, is oflerlirg cheap
rates during tlio holidays. From De
cember 22vto January 1 inclusive, excur
sion tickets will bo sold to Covington
from till points on tho Maysville Division
ut $3 for the round trip, and botween all
other stations at extremely low rates.
These tickets will bn jiood to return until
January 2, including that day, ' '
Mit. John Blanc'iimui does not want
jto bo a councilman, ami gives some very
pointed reasons for declining the houois
tliis friends wish to confer upon him, Tho
I following is his quid: . i
To tho voters ol the Fifth Ward of tho "city
of Maysvillo who have bo kindly solicited rue
i lo ueco iu u ctiiuiuuie i. uuiioiiiunii.
turn my blneert thauks, untl iiiunI Insist,
' Hteiy out positively, uiai i eaiiiioiniioru in
i make the rave. I'lieie are many reanous why
I cannot make this uiteiupt. It Is now quiet
and peaceful lu the waul contentment hangs
upon every brow whereas, II 1 were a candidate
tho would be turned loose
to secure my dele.it, ami the money hags anil
flesh-pots of Kixypt would be brought Into
requisition, whl o the vety police . ol
the Government wou d bo', langed "Mnto
line. All this would bo done, as Ifhos
been done, untl even more, lo keep me
nut of a position that f liavo now no desire to
Ket Into. Fuilhermore, I do not want to as.
smile mo respoiiiuiiiiy ui iiieiuu rnuip 111 u
noaru luat is cousiuiuiy iiiniig iiiuony nioru
harm than It Is good ; subsldlx ng pets ; closing
piibllostieels ami alleys lor private pur
poses, and lnrroiiHluiitho city taxes to mi lid
mud banks and pilvaio loitdwuys, and
lu oilier crook til no s that I could
not stiulKhteii up lu u uutnral Ulellme, and
I am of tlio opinion that the ward would he
far butter oil' If wo bad uoCouucllnieu ut all.
Mrs. Nanny Mooro and 8on;of Dover,
nro tho guests of tho family of Mr. W.
II. AinhrofO, of Chester.
Mr. Charles P. Potry expects to spend
part of tho winter in Plorldu. Ho" will
go there in a few weeks.
Judgo T. M. Dora, of Qortnantown,
onoof tho Bui.LKTiN'd earliest subscribers,
favored us with a call on'Monday.
Rov. V. W. Bpates, of Bordls, left today
an a visit to his friends near Kansas
City. Ho will be ubsent about a month.
Sheriff J. P. Hebllng, of Georgetown,
Ohio, will bo urged by his friends as ft
candidate for Wurdon of tho Stale,
S Tho Stanley Dramatic Troupe arrived
Those jj, Tl. lineups at tho now tin shop are
Immense, i ...
'rtIlV.....l ,. It. ..... votnir ftlmQttfl.
Pnlronlzo Jiomo, talent, llo sure nnd take
ifyo wllPretract for FMwaYlrHfl says lie
don'ttlrink coiled. ' Guess ho must sip nectar
Thoyouiigson of Mr. Clias. Halns win
burned on Saturday last, hut only
The musical note of tho slrflfeh hollo woro
ucholDKon ouKHtrccts for thu'llrkt tlmo tills
se.iKon on fcuutluy.
8ntuulny nlnht Is tho most tlomoiiKtrntlvo
wo Iihvo In tlilH.towu, luterlunltxl with u
(jionttleiiKol whlHlcy. . ('
From reports wo urn imtlor tlio lra'prcsulon
the'tlnlli" IIult.ftjn' U on tho Ixiom In IIiIh
'P'iico, untl lonu mny nIiu boom If we can hull)
vo hestow merit wlioro merit Is p, nntl
tniiKt wtylliat Altx i.AKIls 1m one pt tho,
most oourieoiiH unit accomintMlnUiig y6uiiK
inoh oftour city.
'TlTcre life a lew yonnunifti whojiro,
ovur our tieiuV. l Mow boat'
this lu 'mliitl, your tlmo will come botoie
Ioiir, youim nMtH. Wo will imiku you uun
11. F. Triip & Hon will ftoon ho tlono pi IMiik
TOT tlllHHCItMIII. rlllN tlltll llt(,'tlllpllHLtl Of till'
most cjovor nnO cntwtenim Koiitleinon wo
all ttiL'trdeiillngs, riltfl )mly all.
"A tlilim of Itenuty Is a Yon
shoultl p.iy a visit to tho Uiy kihhIh omporl
urn of A.M. Ilotwcll A Co. to ho coiivlnct'tl ol
this ruct""Thetr all Ol tho
iIovkII Ips of the voasou. nntl they wlll'bo Kind
in showyou thrtuiuh tliclr iiiammotti
Next 'rimifiluy nluht vvlll lw onoof
the most iiotiiiile tht over triiniplrptl
In this city, iMinu'h, the roucurt kIvoii by
Iho Orphfuisolul). It Is ooniposptl entirely oi
imino luloiit and of tho very bpt ami uliotild
bo appreciated. It lias required luhoraud
brliw It l It piwent Ntiuitlnrtl, untl
they nhuuld t wllh u orowtlutl
We niiitlHitu Inspection of Mr. ('has. Ilnltis'
cooKlmi niiparntps "I'lio Ladles'
i?iloud," wldoli ltls lu every respect. It Is
nxod far oooH ti(tTi.Vegitiihles and nil
kinds," In fact everythlnv pertalnlni; to the
CVcUlllg Hue. lt;is baiiilyp'lliuvnlpus nut)
does tho wo, k. ,'lr. Kulns expects to i;t his
patent papers shortly, when they will bo for
Wo have been trylnsj to llnd out wjntt was
the matter with one of our prominent yonnu
society udlliililH. He Is either In lovo'or been
Jlltrd.. lie has that fur away looktas. lithe'
wBHiryniK to pty into the iiittdeu niyitteiios
ot tho ttl m re and therein read l.ht fate. A
fatal win',' no doubt, but we hope not." Thoro
might, be u Hiiilg ol h chancekH. loMiluvyet
who knows. ,' tJiSv j l .
CM'.NTY poms. M
John W. Woodward, of Ml. Ollentl, was
viMltlug here last week.
Mrs. E. Hi 11 Inw rnturneil from an extended
vUlt to Itobertson county.
There will be n hrlsttnai treo at the Hooch
Qrovo school homo on Christinas eve.
From the preps rations that are going on
Christina will bo u lively timo.
There will be u festival at Tho Lick church
on next H iturday evening, tho 22nd. A good
time Is anllclpiiled. Ladies Iree, kouU and
boys 1U cuuts. Cakes, candles, nuts, fruits,
Ac, w 111 bd on hand. Homo.
The day for national conventions in
tho lutst seem? to have passed, for tho
present at least. Tho Democratic National
Convention in 1S72 was held in
Baltimore, and tho Republican Convention
m I'hiladelphiit. bince then the
conventions of both parties have been
held in the WoaUoTlie Democratic Convention
in, li&'G' ' yus ,heltl in St.
Louis, and that of 1880 in Cincinnati,
whilst tho Kopubliam Convention
of 1870 was hcltl in Cincinnati,
anTi'thatof 1880 in Oliicagu. "Prom pre-
nut If. ummiu n'rxi tinnrAlinlilfk
',vj" i . i ; ; ': SSI
mat inojuomocnutc uonvonuon
will alsolbo held in a Wesrern city. -.
. , RED IN CLOAK AND ULSTKR...
Ony Colors That Yt'nuM Hnvo Bhpii
Ijist Year Now in Finer.
N. Y. Kvenlng Post.
Littlo girls this winter are wearing regular
little Red Riding Hoods; their cloaks'
being fashioned exactly after tho model
worn by the unfortunate heroine of the
famous nursery legend. Tho Cushion bus
also extended to peoplo of larger growth
as manv vountr ladies aroseon woarim:
long ulsters and Newmarkets
made ofladies' cloth of the durkost
aliude of cardinal or Yandyko red. Most
of thoso (wraps iro unadorned ;.n feW'are
soon trimmed with fiveorslxrowBof very
narrow black volvet ribbon. Tills is
usually when tho cloak is worn over
skirts of black velvet and black gloves
aro a fitting accompaniment, though ti
fow. daring women Jiavo appeared
bad taste u pair of long
kid gloves of a shade
with that of the ulster.
Many ahades of red hitherto seen only
upon clilltlren or relegated to homo wear,
if adopted by grown-up peoplo, aro seen
,upo,the streetsshades.. which Abut u
yarjagOjWould'liuve made tho wearer, jf
ufioijjthO proujpniule. uif object of critical
1101100.01111 ronyirkl These gay colors nro
seen' every wlforo Just now. 4
Circunistances will probably requiro
my removal from Maysvillo 'about the
II rat of January, ami l tliereioro withdraw
from the nice for assessor. I return
my sincere thanks.to nl wio have kindly
suppbrted mo in tlio contest. ,
-' v a V CUARLKS'H. WALZ.
Attvertlsements Inserted- under this heading
luc per line lor euoli IttserUon.
Try Lnngdon'B City litttterOraekera.
Children's cloaka uird''cloakltiga at
. m i ,
All wool retl iindernlilrtH at $1.25 ut
Neebltt & McKroll's.
Ruseian. circulars and dolmans cheap
at tfeabltt & McKroll'H ' '
Go to Kgnow & Allen for tho tlio best
lot of tin toys in town.
Vfiood bod comfoita from 85c. to $2.20
at Ncsbitt nnd McKroll's.
difforont -.styles of now
neckwear open to-day nt' Hunt & Doyle's.
Etrnew & Allen have the nicest lot of
toilet seta am) coal, vases iu Maysvillo.
(.' i',. ai . .i
Buy your cloak Jrom Hunt & Doylo,
thoy kuow how to fit you perfectly.
Five h und roil dolmans, jnckoLs nnd
cloaks at Hunt ADoylo'a to-day.
. Four-year-old Kenfucfeywhlsky, $2.75
p6r gallon, at Fitzgorald'soneast Thi?d
street ' d8dlm
Briltg'pn tie babies, Plclutpa taken
Instantaneously byKackloy at M. & K.'s
book store. o20dtf
Frank PhiBtor advises his frionds
call as-early in the day as possiblo for
holiday goods. - ' 18dlw
"We aro retailing Misses and children's
cloaks at Now York wholesale prices.
dl2d&w3w A. R, Glascock & Co.
.Ncsbitt & McKrell are making leaders
this soaRop, of ladies' and Men's underwear,
Tho largest lino and the lowest prices
dn 'raysvillo at Ncsbitt & McKroll's.
Goto Kgnow & Allen for the best and
cheapest cooking stoves In Kontucky
over fifty diUcrcnt varieties kept in stock.
' m i
Christmas a'ndow Y'ear cards, children's
booksbooks'to paint water colors,
undvfhio staiionery, at
23'Mrkpt streets ...' " '
, -. Reduction.
From "this date Favorite oysters will
bo reduced to " cents n oan.
nlOtf John Wiieklkh.
Printing Jluterial for Sale. ,
A complete outfit for a six column pa
per. The outfit is now. Address Hut
I.LTI.N OlfiCO. . i sl2d"tf
Iidies wp have reduced the
clrculnrsTpaletoCs aiid dohnuns. Call
anil Fee ourclrculars at $8, $12, $18.
A 1 !ld& w3w A. It. G lascock & Co.
Intending to close out my stock of toys
tfilS season, I will Roll at remarkably low
prices. Ctll and oxamitio boforo buying
elsewhere. (13tf) John Wheeler.
Our dress goods slock is so largo wo
will not enumerate, but call especial attention
to our black ami colored cashmeres,
black and colored silks, all of
which wo guarantee good value at the
prices. ; Call and Bee.
dl3th"iw3w A. R. Glahcock & Co.
" . o .
No other medicine has won for itself
such universal approbation in its own
city, stale and country, ami among all
people, as Ayer's Sarsaparilhi. It is tlio
best combination of vegetable blood purifiers,
with tho Iodide of potasium and
iron, over offered to tho public.
Wills' World Worm Candy is a standard
remedy and is admitted to bo tho
best known. It Is mild tn Its action and
eficctive in nil cases. It resembles ordinary
ntick candy ami children take it
without knowing it is medicine. For sale
by all druggists. dl2difcwlw
clear head iH indicativo of ko1
lienlth ami regular habits. When the
body feels heavy niul languid, and tho
inind works BliitfKislilv, Ayer's Cathartic
(Pills will wonderfully nssiat to a recovery
of physical buoyancy and mental vigor.
Tho constipated should use them.
" Pure Caihlk'H.
I hgvo a full lino of holiday confectioneries
of till kinds. I mako my own
citndy and guarantee it to bo absolutely
pure. Nuts, raisins, figs, almonds, and
a great variety of Bttitablo things for tlio
holidays at rensonablo prices.
17dAw2w European Hotel.
It gives us pleasuro to state, that tho
merchant who was reported to bo at the
point of death Jrotn an attack of pneumonia,
has entirely recovered by tho use
of Dr. Win. Hall's Balsam for tho Lungs.
Naturally ho feels grateful for the benefits
derived from using tills remedy for
the lungs nnd throat ; ami in giving publicity
to this statement wo aro' actuated
by tho motives of public benefaction,
trustint: that others may bo benefitted in
a similar manner.
rHecomhor IH, IKS,!, ut tho M. K. Chnreli,
Boulli, Miss Alice L. Mcllvalne, or this city,
to Mr. T. II. Heuton, ot Fannin county, Texas.
Correoled dally hy It, II, LoVei., grocer and
protlusodealor, Ntn.Wand 52, Murliet stieet,
UofTee vm .. f l&p'o
MnlaRses.nld crop, IA gal Ct)
Molnssos, fancy, new 1 gal 7A
Molasses, sorglium, fancy, V gal CO
Hugar, yellow V lb x
Hugiir, extra C, HI lb 0
Hugar A. V tb - OJalo
Hugar, granulatetl V n . llKSlOK
Sugar, powdoicd, per lb 1 1
Hugar Now Orloaus, )i lb... 719
Tens, 41 lb 4031 10
Coal Oil, head light IA gal IX)
l'UOVlSIONB AND COUNTltY 1'llODUCK.
Uucon.breaicrast f. To
Itacoii, clear Bldos, per lb.
Uncoil, IliijtiH.Til rt...
Unroll, Hlumlders, porlh..
ueans iigui. 1 .
Chickens, each 15(030
Apples, dried, per lb HlA
Peuohes, dried, per lb
FjtgS.tlllOE. ... 2.1
Flour, Limestone, per barrel 7 no
Flour, Old Gold, por barrel 7 00
Flour, MRysvllle Faycy, per barroL.. h '&
Flour, Mubou County per barrel 9ltt
Flonr, Kontucky Family, per barrel.. 6 00
F our Magnolia Family, por burrel .. 5 75
Honey, per lb ISaSO
Uomlny.V gallon, 'A)
Meal neck 20
Onions, per peck 20330
PntntowW peel. ... 15
Turkeys, dretisoJ, nor lb 10QI2K
MAVSVILl.K OOAX.MARKKT, '
Anthracite at Klovators, por ton 9X.2S, do
lv.'rotl,t8.60., , . ,
Yonghloaheny at Klovntors; per bushel He.
Kanawha ut Klovatorn, par bushel llo. doll
Poniarsr at Rlevatom, per bushel Do.
Wo aro authorized to announce that
JANUARY Is a candidate for reelec
Hon as Mayor of Maysville, at the ensuing
l'or City Cleric.
Wo 'are Rtitliorleetl (o announce that
At. TAlllI Is u uuiidldalo for
the olllco of City .Clerk ut the ensuing January
We nro authorized to aiinouuco that
HAUItY TAVt,UU Is a candidate
as Cltv Clerk at tho cuMUim January
Wo are authorized to announce that Mr.
W. 1). HIXSON'Ih u' Cttiitlldato for Cllv As.
sessor at tho ensuln January election.
We are authorlzotl to announco that Mr.
JOHN W. OAItTMKMj Is a candidate lor
City Assessor, at tho ensuing January elec
I'or Collector unit Treiiinrer.
Wouiortuthorlzctl to announce that WILLIAM
HUNT is a ciiudldutu for Collector
ami Treasurer of MiiVHVllle. nt tho ensului:
Wo are authorized lo announco that K. 10.
I'KAKUK is a catidldate for re-election as
Collector and Treusuier of Alnvsvllle at Hie
ensuing January elecilou.
Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. J. M.
8TOUCTON, us u candidate lor to election ns
coiiucllmun from theUecoud Ward.
We ato authorized to announco that W. A.
I. IiUHTY Is a candidate for Councilman In
tho llrst ward at tho next January election.
-Mil. HOIiKltr FROST takes this method or
announcing to the voters ol tho Flist Want
IU the city of Maysville, that he Will be a
candidate lor ru elcellnii us Councilman of
Mild Ward at tho ensuing January election,
At tlio solicitation of many filomls I
myscll usacAiitlldutefor re-election
forCouncllmuii,ut the next election.
Wo are aulhorlzetl to nniiouucn that Mr
IHAAt; M. LAN K Is u candidate for Councilman
In tho Fourth Waul, at Iho next
" Wu are authorized to announce that JOHN
W. ALKXANDKK Is a caudlil.tlo ror
to the council Iroin tlio Fourth Ward, at
tho ensuing January flection.
Woarriiinthorlzetl tn aiiliounre that HOI!-RUT
KICKLIiN, JK, Is a eaiiillduto lor le
elettlon im iMiiirlinasier, at the next January
J'o'r Wood nail Coal Inspector,
We aionuthoilzetl lo uunniince that
1. I'AHlvhK Is h cuiidliluto lor Wood
mid Coal at the enslilmt Januitrj
Woaieimtliorlzed to uiinouuce Mr W. W
WAI'ICINH as a candidate tn Muishal at the
ensuing January election, IKSI.
We are iiuthorlzeit to announce JaMF.S
HANSON, Mr., us a ctudldalo lor city maislml
ut tho January election. Not one coin lot
We aro authorized to annnuiici that W. 11.
DA WHON Is a candidate for the olllco or Clly
.Marshal, at tho eiisuluu January election.
Ho solicits the stippoi I of his IrieiuN.
HKDMON1) Is a en dldalo lor re eloeiloii as
Mai'Mlialof Maysville at thoonsulim JnuuHiy
election. ThoKiipiiort oi Ills friends Is solio
Jlllt. UOBEIH' W llllOWNINU announces
that holsaoiutlltlate lordly Mitrshul at the
enhtitmi Juunury eleollon, on tho tlrxt Monday
In Jauntily, 1881. oui suppoit
-Two whlleglrls lodo tho work
WANTFD lamll). Apply at ouce to
this olllce. IHdflt
voters of the Filth Ward
to know Ihut I am n candidate lor
Councilman irom said waul. hilly,
It THUS. F. 81'KVK.NH.
IJirANTKD Twenty thousand live turkeys
Y and 50,000 dozen ticsh egg. Highest
inarketprlct paid. II. II. NOltTilCOTTft CO.,
Huttonstieot, Jluysvllle, ICj. nn&l&w
XirANTIiD Acareful and ros)ionslblo
V ty to lent my lesldeiico on tho Fleming
pike either the whole or a portion of the
house. Hnnill family preferied. Apply to
.Mrs. H. M. Uilmore, or to Uortlou Ullinoro at
tho Baleniaii House, Front Mieet. nKitf
A go'sl ruuvussor for a
WANThD book. Good commissions. Exclusive
tenTtoiy. WM. OWENS,
"I.IOK will have lor lent hoon three
V nice liunio cottages. Apply to Ur. IJ. t
ho brick, door frames, win
1 dow (rallies and lumber In tho Charles
hlxter residence, adjoining new Jail.
dl2tf J7W. HINKLEY.
8ALK A fow moro building lots in
1 Chester, on monthly payments of $5.
n IU1I M. FM A IMU, Hilttou St.
plug paper. Apply at this ulllco.
OH burning stove, good as
ew. Will no sold at it naiguin. Appiy
to T.J CUHLKY. iiJltltw
SALB The twoMory Iraino imtal
17OH dwelling house on tho southeast
ciirnor of Llmostonos and Grant btieets.
ContulnsSrooniH. In uxcnllout ropulr. The
lot lrouts5u feel on Llinotone and 1SU feet on
tiraut. A gofsl stone wall at upper and
lower side full length of lot. lloIdes the
dwelling there Is a good stable and smuke
house on tho lot. I'rlco K.ao. Apply ut once
to JI.W. MA1WII or AIiniUK .M.
lust Tuesday, December 18, near
j Millwood, on Fleming pike, 11 tiny-book,
be lonulnL'toine. Tim nntier win ooiiuoniiiv
rewurded by leaving at Helena, or nt this
olllce. (15.lt) M.M.ltOLLlNH.
N.JIIMIlt &. IIHO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets,
moliHldly M AYHVILLK, KY.
pAUI. I. ANUEKNDJt,
Vo.21 Market St., nearly orP' Central Hotel,
oSlee Open nt all Jloun. MAYS VlhLE, KY
it. ni:wrrr . fiianki.in.
"Noxt door lo llaulc of
TOHN T. Fia'.MIXH.
HopresonUj the London aud Liverpool and
Globe. Oermun American, of Now York, and
Phenlx, ot lirooklyu. Also indent for Hluo
Lick Wator. Offlco corner of Front and Sut
C U. OLDHAM,
Banltury Engineer, Uas and
Dealer in plumber'a Koods, Pumps, Hoss,
Hewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Hteara
and W liter Oiiukch. No. H west Second Htreet,
opposlto Oelsel's Krocery,
apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
II II I i iniu i 'iiiuhii i irrrivlo tlt ini m I
ilrt RllJ iht'ii liAvni Kin iniiirii firtin.J iiH'rtti a rinii
Iniro. I liurrt ln.1.i tli iIUrHe vt KlVM, KlILKIV
nr r.M.MKOHlCKNKfi life lonHiitiy. I wnrrmit my
tcntfdr tn runt tlm vrirt eaten. H(muiiii Other lira
fnllil lnirrton rr tn.t now rccllng aenre. 8m1t
imcrt Ptf trfAilKH ml Kr Itnttle of uj lnfulllhl
frni'ly (llT9 KtprM and Tint OtTlc. It cutU jou
Diiiiiinu utr iriKi, iumi i win cure jnn.
A.IOtroP Dr. II U. HOOT, lis Tetrl St. New York.
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
This season's now descriptive Catalogue
anil l'rico i.isi oi
. Farces, a
so Scenery (paper),
Colored Fire, S -
Ihirnt Cork. OS
uearu, c. sc
In fnct.ovorvtlilm? for Atnatonr Theatricals.
MAMUKli FUKNC11 A HON, 38, K. Mtll Htreet,
1 hare AlKiitUlve remedr for th Above illlOMa: by ttl
n thotiixinil .ffiwif the wurit kind .. and of Inns
!.... tH.lA.l bA Aft m Bw V f1l k
(iniiuinuiiniii uenn ritrvu I liucrm. mi ihiuuk is iiij inn ti
III lit ettWr, tliat I will arnil TWO HOTTI.KS FltKK,
toKolh.r wlili k V JMMHI.KTIIKATI8K en thin dliea.,
o iit .uiierar. iot isxprr.n nnu I ir nuure..
1)11, T, A. M.OCl'M, 111 ril St., New York,
A DVKItTlHKItSI send lor our Kelecl JjIsI
A of Local Nowspupei. Ueo. I, Itowoll A
uo., iu, apniLOSiicei., pt. Y.
U7. .Second street, MnyHVlllc, Hy.
Xj. JT. jVCXS'rZjCrXlJFI.. -A-Bt.
:i7,Nccontl Htreet, AInyHvllle, Hy,
l. jf, Miaxy.GriiJJL, A.ert.
A .Vicuflcor ItYXVVI'SIA and
dim: asks o th Kijtxnrs.
HAH been used with most gratifying
In many obstinate canon. Prof, F.
W.Clark, professor of Chem I -try ut tho University
ol Cluclunatl saj s this water "belong,
to the sumo class with tliat of the Alleghaii)
dprlngs, ot Virginia," thn medicinal virtue
of which are too well known to be stated here.
Those who deslie to try this famous wutei
ire referred to Captain C. W. Iloytl, Lovanns
Ohio; Can tain C. M. llnllowuy, Cincinnati
Ol lo; J. J. Italpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salt
lu half liartelsnnd lints hy
UU"i. HIMM0N8, Proprietor,
mZtlAwil Aberdeen, Ohio.
life Assurance Society !
of the United Issues all
foi ms of Policies. All profits belong
to policy holdeis exclusively.
Alter the third year ordinary and
Senil.Tontlne Policies are
After tho third year all
policies mo Indisputable.
ItORA L'iON, Mumigcrs,
JOH. F. imODItlCIC, Agent.
d'H.tw Maysville, Ky.
pi KIMT iti:nncTi4N
Wo huvo marked our goods down with a
view to make 100m lor our Nkw Wintku
Stock. Our stock consists of Ulrds, Feathers,
Ornaments, laces, Hats, Zephyrs, Ac. We
cull especial attention to our cheap and handsome
stock of CKKWKI
tttrFILLINO SILK at : emits per dozen.
nltkUra M1S3 LOU FOWLING.
-All Hootls nntl Work WARRANTED.
ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE.
the iaAVi:ro trr 'iieai
GEOllQB O III, Jr.',
mohSldly BUTTON STREET.
A, R, GLASCOCK & CO i
Is tho bost place tn net bargains In
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Kresh Oysters n specialty. Fresh bread
aud cakes. Parlies aud weddings furnished
on short notice.
35 Second St.. mayMly MAYSVILLE, KY,
TTfT U.MATIIKWN A CO.,
'Manufacturers and Dealers lu
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Hhlngles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Bash,
Staves. Fencing, Tobaoco Hogsheads, 4o.
inoii&ly MAYSVILLE, KT.
TANK A WORKICK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an reas.
ouable terms and all work satisfactorily and
promptly donb. Ofrloeou Third street, between
Wall and Hultou. spindly
Wholesalo and Ilctall
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Steond Street, (mlilMly) MAY8V1LLK,XY.
cOOUUM: A IIOI.TON,
Wo oiler our stock of ladles' wraps, consisting
lu pUlu untl circulars, silk
nhiNli Jackets, dolmans, paletots. -New
reduced pilcos to close. Call and got
haigitlii. McDOUULB A IIOLTON.
WKNS .t IIAItKI.KY,
Mn K'f -! F.t Unn.kn.l n..1 til Unltnti .4anl
tuwo Juki rccoivoil a Iurie slock of ira pro veil
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
Iho greatest labor-saving Implement over offered
to farmers. The best tobacco hoen and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. pU6
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Teuns reasonable. Front street, between
Market ttnd. Sutton. aplIOdfy '
I W.SI'AKKM A- IIHO.,
Ho. 21, MAItKKT STREET.
NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
urn! Window Hhades. Gootl Carpets at 30, ?S.
40, 4 , .V), no, b5, 70, 75. and 90 cts f 1.00 an I tl.U
per yard. mcliSldly
ITKN. I'. . C'OI.MNN,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of lints, IlonneU, Luces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Hecoud street,
Mrs. (Jeorgoliili rows' old stuud. apllOdly
t ihs i.ou I'liirMMi,
Fall Hats, Millinery floods, HouneU,
Flowers nnd Millinery Goods generally.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases.
Second, opposite Opera House. muy41y
aniiomices lo the public that sho has marked
tier slock down lo make room for
My stock consists of Birds, Feathers, Hutu,
Vclvels, Ornameiits mid Notlousofnll kinds.
The ladles aro luVlted to cull andkee prlccx.
XtKM POIt NAI.K.
Having engaged In other business I wish to
sell my latin ot (IKU) oi.o bundled und eighty
aci I'M. situated on thn Flemlngsburg turnpike
rond,4 mllo frnm Muysvillo. liuyers will
plcaso call ut the farm ami seo tho laud and
improvomonts, which are the best In tho
county. Atliliess H. M. POYNTZ,
nifllwtf Muysvillo, Ky.
Kilt It has opened a dally meat mar-
RC. on .Market street, next door to K. II.
level's, and will keo, all kinds ot Iresh moat
at reifonablo prices and will deliver It In any
nartol the city. Call and seo me.
al4d6m K. O. K1IIK.
Wo deal In
SPECULATION! Grain and
on Chicago Itoartl and In stock on N. Y, Hoard
Money paid In us noon us trade Is closed, Do
not huvo to awult remittance from Chicago
or New York. Cinrliiuiill Clrnlii nntl
Stock llflli Ntreet,
Opposite l'oiiiitiiln, riiirliiiiall.
tUllm W. A. NOIIT4IX, Mnunirrr.
f BESifUTSTEBS !
Host hrnutls scivctl In ony Rtyte, DAY OH
My establishment lias lately been fitted up
In haiidsomo stylo, and supplied with ever
convenience. Cooking unexcelled.
It. M. WILLKTT.
HSOdnfn No. H. Market street,
F ML GROCERIES
Highest cash price paid forconnlry produce
y!3dtf Comer Fourth and Plum streets.
Ntirlni; Wiikoiih and Ilnruess.
Reiosltory No. IK, Sutton street, Mavsvlllo,
Ky. HeadQUiirters for DltJAUKHON'S lime-tried
DK. JACKSON'S IILAOK OIL cures mange,
cracked heel, warts, xreasy heel, pricked foot,
nultter, santl cntcks, corns etc. Price 60 cents.
I)R. JACKSON'S HLISTKUINU OINTMENT
m an uxcellent remetly for
spavin, ring-bone, capped hook, curb
splint, cramp or Htrulii of the whirl bono.
Price 60 cents.
Dlt. JAI'KHON'S WHITE OIL cures lung
fever, Inllamntlon oi tho ltldnoys und
tlsm lu man or horse. Price 60 ecu Is.
Dlt. J At KSON'SFOOT OIL Im an etlectlve
rciuody tor chafes, sores or In
horses' feet ami mango and lice In cattle and
horses. Price 60 cents.
to any uddroason receipt of prlco,
fUTINH ANNA I'HAZAII, ,
NOVELTY STORE !
A full lino of Millinery, Dross Goods. Trimmings,
velvet, Coshmoro, Luoos, Embroider
les, veilings, shawls, Ulbtions, Handkerctitofs,
Skirts, CorsetH, Neckwear,
Hosiery. Combs, Porfumery, BUtlonerr,
a'phyr Woolu, Yarns, Hair and Fancy (loads,