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THE DAILY BunnFrix.
SATURDAY PEC 20. Ift81.
ROSSER & WCoCART,rijYV)(S
Publisher mill Proprietors,
TO WlltlM UlblthHtt Vl.l. CoMMltNirATtnNR
You can banish life ling, I h.
Ami do II with ease,
if you'll vote a you lliluk
Alii) think n you please;
Tub ico factory expats to Htnrjout
next season uitli nliout live hundred
toim of ict! on li iiltl.
Mu. Joii.n Faiii.i:v hm tnkiti cluirgo of
(irccii'Hoxprc.MHiuiil willulleiiil luouiptlv
to nil orders left at Tylnr'H ihjmh depot.
Dov't forget tho iiicciiiiof
Survivor-)' Aesociininii'tit tlie
l,iiurtorly uourt room to-night at cijjht
Ouii old ucMiiittintiuirert, Tom mid Jorry,
laic in the city this week, niul aru
inn much iittutition. They aru sf ay i np
lilt Louis Uosur's. -- .
m , ?,
Tiik funeral of Mia. Julia Afludnpt
viU tuko plico thin nfufnoon nt 2 o'clock
Ifioni the residence on front fteet, the
Etov. A. N. Uillici t olllciatiiu;.
Mm. Samuki. Smith, of tlui (5
IVcor & Co., is iiblni' a handsome
cane, which hu drew in a radio at
the Monumental Fair a. Ripley.
Vkvsob tnnkes the comfortinir.
nouncoment that "March and ApriPwill
probably give us the cold and snow lack
ing through the unit half of the winter."
Mn. C. S. Ji;ieit, superintendent of the
ice work, was presented on Christinas
with a fine gold pen, by the employes,
and you may be sure he places a very
high value upon it.
A festival for the children o! the
i Sabbath School of the Southern Presby-
Iterinn Cliuich, will beheld at tlio church
Ihiiildinc on Third street next Tuesday
evening at seven o'clock.
At a meeting of ltinggold Lodge, No.
27, I. 0. 0. F , held December 20th, the
following olllcera were eh cted for the ensuing
N. H.-Wm. H.Rvder..
V. (i.-W. O. ilinoin.
Heeretary Joslah Wilson.. ,- j u
K. Harbour. -
Tiik ghost tlmtHtiilltH through this com-
1 muulty bringing coiiHturnntioii and terror
to tho souls of some of our 'citizens' is
tho breeder of swino. He holds them
in his remorselofH grip and they are
obliged to speak his'sentiments aud do
"Watch our advertisement columns.
They tell you whore to get 'bargains and
show you what merchants Invito your
trade. Thoso who keep up with the
times and have constantly on hand tho
novelties of the day, aio advertUed in
Tiik following notice of Tho World
Combination, which nppenre at tho opera
house January 2nd, is from the York
Tho oiieni Iiouho lust, nlcht rnntnlned a
laruo and UoIIkUUhI rtiullonee. TIia ccenlQ
ellocts Weio tliu host overjHeeii luvVoik, Mild
elicited rounds of nppliiiHo. TheWorld In
the lest HeiiMitlonul play York lias ever witnessed,
and no doubt will have another
1 11 it; i) audience.
m tm 1
Baiud's famous minstrel troupo will
appear at tho opera house on the 1st of
January at a iiiutiuco .ami an evening i
performance. The troupe lately appeared
at Lexington and hero is what
tho Transcript says:
llnlnl'H rnliiHtruls iionpared at the onern
house lust iilhl 10 a liuyoiiudleiiru and Kave
a splendid perfnrmHiice. .They tiavQ a miperb
orcncNira, a Mpienum (juanotie, aim several
new fentureM weie preontedj. The wlttlctam
of Churlev (Joodvenr.froin Wartleld and tho
; other fun nmkeis kept the audience In kooUj
nuinor, auiitteui iiiein noiijo wen imiinou. w
Death ol 11 Nun.
Sister M. Aimeo Anderson, a Choir
Nun at tho Convent of tho Visitation,
'died this morning nt live minutes of
f seven o'clock, after a long-illness, at the
ago of twenty-seven -years
months. She was t sister orDr. Paul'
Anderson, of this city, hud been a nun
nine years and was u consistent and use-
!ful member of tho order. Tho funeral
will tako place to-morrow at half past
O.n'k' of the mO;t social
eventB of tho ponson 'wits' the jTirty glvbn
to tho young ladies and gentlemen (at
the elegant country residenco of Mr
Charles I)owning,,onrtlia ey.ening the
27th lust. nvifalioi8 jvere
Issued, and tho hanlpoine arlQrtL.we'r$
crowded with merry girls anil Jolly hoys.
Tho rooms worn tastefully decorated
with cedar, holly aud flowers. Misses
, Jennie and Tillio Downing, assistwlby
tholr cousin, Mi-s Lulu Sluicklofordr
received tho guests, and. much of tho
t pleasure of tho evening 18 Jln'o to their
I kindly eflbris. A tempting nnppor was
served in splendid stylo, and was much
complimented by tho favored partici
pants. Tho evening was so atrreeably
spent thot tho party secmW loth to sepa
rate, and when they did " nlght'p can-J
dies nail burned out, ami Jocund uny
f stood on the UistAiib imiunlalB
Uogu and Doss.1 " - - -
In order that there may bo no
MprHiimilhujHHio what is to bo voted upon
ut the .hinuary election, concerning hogs
tthd do(is; wo give in Full tho text of
the propositions as adoptqd.at the council
in- etlnir held last September. It should
btvreifiCby .every voturP 1
Tlnit nl IIih iminlclpiil election to he held In
(lie city or MnyHvllle, January 7, Issi, tliu In
sptctorsof said election slmll open K poll at
tho voting places In the respective wards for
the purpose or ascertaining the desire or tho
quolifliit oters or said city an to whether
iioHNiiuii tie pel initial, within thooity. Much
(lUaufted voters hi shall vote "aye" upon
iuiiu hi an no as voting ill Iiv
vor or p. nnittlt g nog in -aid city, mm those
US htlall'VOto"! ho," shall 1)0 decuiud an VOtltn
.tffllnst o , 'YlArnrlltMlicr I , ' , ,&n tui 1 . ,-i In il.il.l Mtv . , AtiflilY ...'..
uikju nam uuy aim hi mini ieeloi there slirtll
he a miorlly iiRiiltiHt doiiuIMIuk h(ns In the
quy, iiiuu 1110 winicn miuHiitnnietiitUeiy paa
mi ordiunnui lolhal'oneot, und h there hIiiiII
boa majority In favor of ueiinlttliiir IiohhIu
said rliy, the council nliull llkewloe
phmn hii ordliiauee reKUlatlhu tMe
inuuiier In which mild imus Ahull be Kept,
llxltlKiiix tlieroon, Ao.,li.
Tho City Clerk Is heropy Instructed to pro-par
the poll books nroreall, with two
headed In manner following: "For
lions' unifAuatliKl lni)?s." MoHlwiln like
iituliuer Hhnll n vole Untiken to ascertain
I e sense of the qua tiled volem ol nld city
am to whether dous and hllches hIiiiII be per-milled
to ruu at TiKe In the city, and In like
miinuer h ild poll books sliult be prepared
with two coiuiniiv. headed " Kor dons" and
"AKnltnd diiBx," a id the council Bhall be
K verned In the Kame manner, ho lar as the
pttKsiKi,ur,oidlnuupe,ielatlm thereto Is
concerned, ill the Haine wuy in herelnliutore
Hinted, couooruliiic the legulatlou, lax aud
government of Iiojh,
v The Cliurclies.
Rev. John Harbour will preach at tho
Third Btrccl Presbyteiiun Clmrch
Kov. A. Horning will preach in tho M
E.ClttinTli ih'Chestor to-morrow at three
p. jn. j?
' ThopSveinenta'are jiow free from
snow and the wav to your church is
clear. Of course you are expected there
Itev. Hairy Henderson, the boy preacher
will hold services at the M. E. Church,
8outh, morning and evening.
-Tho public is cordfally invitcdr r "-
- Therowjll bo preachinglit tho Christian
Church, in NvWiirigtori, by Kev. A.
llhert, to-morrow aftornoon at 3:15
o'clock," provided tire w e.fllier Ir-favorable
There will bo a watch night service in
tho M. E. Church fron U to 12 o'clock,
Monday night. Come lot us closo out
tho old year with prayer and hall the
New Year with thanksgiving and praise.
Itev. G. D. Archibald, D. D., has been
engaged as an Kvangollst in the
of Ebonezor, In connection with the
General Assembly Presbyterian Church,
and will enter upon his duties the first
Sabbath in January. His first meeting
will bo held in the Chapel, in Eist
beginning tho 13th of January, assisting
the pastor, Jlev. S. B. Alderson.
Kov. A. N. Gilbert will preach a Now
Year's sermon at tho Christian Church
on Sunday morning, a review of tho firct
pistorato.in Mayavjlfo! "At night ho will
give the lecture postponed from last Sunday
niuht on account of the storm The
subject is "The Life and Times of John
Wjxikliuo:" It Arfint'ofaBerfciPoii
tho Kreat reformers,jpf which 'Wickliiro
is tho father. All aro.lnvited. ',f y '
? -n 1 f
-- I'KIMUNALh. '
Mrs. Maggio Lloyd Is visiting friends
at Lexington this week,
Mr. R. D. Gordon, of Hedges Station,
Olaik county, is in the city.
Mr. John McGilloway, of Mt. Sterling,
is visiting friends in Maysvillu.
Miss Mattlo Hean, of Winchester, Ky.,
la visiting tho family of Mr. William
Mrs. Jessio ArcDanlel ami her daughter,
Miss J.eniiie,aro yjsjting her mother,
Mrs. S. A. King, of East Third Btroet.
f;Mrs."A." J. Hlette, .of t Hutchison,
Bourbon county, is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Chailes White, of East Maysville.
Miss Anna Davis and Mrs. Daniel
Young, of Lexington, Ky., nro the
guests of tho family of Mr. II. P. Lewis,
of Kast Maysville.
Jii ', JH:
Advertisements Inserted under this heading
10c per Hue for each Insertion.
Try Langdon'B City Butter Crackers.
Children's cloaks and cloakitigs at
Hunt & Doyle's.
fAll wool roil undershirta 4 $1.25 at
Russian circulars and dolmans c)ienp
at Nesbitt & McKrell's.
Good bed comfottn from 85c. to $2.25
at Nesbithnd McKrell'ij, v
u H ' , v v
Ninety-eight difTerent 'styles of new
neckwear opon to-day at Hunt A Doyle's.
Five bund rod dolmans, jackets and
cloaks at Hunt & Doylo's to-day.
Four-year-old Kentucky whisky, $2.75
,per gallou; at Fitzgerald'a, oh east Third
streetr v "d8llin
Bring on the babies. Pictures taken
instantaneously by Kackloy at M. t K.'s
nt.n - I
k Buy you cloal frourilujij A poylo,
tlioy know now to ut you perfectly.
Nesbitt & MeKrell are inakingleadors
Tlidlarget'llne?and tho lowest prices
in MayBvllle at Nesbitt & lcKrells.
We aro retailing, Miseos anil children's
cloaks at New v York wholesale prices. '
dl2d&w3w A.'R. Gi,akck A Co.
' i ivm. Ui. ' '.
,,. .!' J"e.dnqtlo"., ,, x . , ,
From this date Favorite oystera will
lW reduced to 25 cents a can.
nlOtf John Wuekluu.
Printing Material Tor Solo: ) j
A complcto outfit for a slxcolnmn paper.
The outfit Is now. Address
, i Bl2dtf
Christmas and Now Year' cards, chil
dren's books, hooka to paint, water colors,
and flno stationery, at Harry Tay-
nr'a VI Tnvrnt llronl
. f , .
Ladles wediavo reduced thoiprlco of
circulars, paletots and' dolman's.1 Call
and see our circulars at $8, $12, $18. .
dl!ld&w3w A. It. Gi,AscooK A.Co.
Wills' World Worm Candy is tho best
remedy known. It contuins no nauseating
(Jjugs and Is put up in' a 'form that is
so attractive to children that they toko it
without knowing medicine has'beon administered.
For Bale by all druggists:
i m m i.. i
Tlio untidy, dirty appearance of a grizzly
beard should" never be allow'od.
Hucklngham'B Dyo for the Whiskers will
readily change their color to a brown or
iiluck, at discretion, and thus keep-up
your reputation for neatness and good
I have a full lino of holiday confectioneries
of all kinds. I make my own
candy and guarantee it to bd absolutely
pure.. Nuts, raisins, figs, almonds, and
a great variety of suitable things Tor the
holidays at reason ub lo prpes.
- ? John HeiskiiI ,
17d&w2w European Hotel.
i , '
' Our dress goods stock Is bo .largo we
will not enumerate, but call especial attention
to our black and colored cashmeres,
black and colored. silks, nil of
which we guarantee good value at the
prices. Call and Bee.
dl3d&w3w A. It. Oi.abcock A. Co.
" Words fail to expresH, my gratitude,"
says Mr, Selby Carter, of Nashville,
Tcnii., "for the benefits derived from
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Having been afflicted
all my life with scrofula, my system
seemed saturated with It. It' camo
out In blotches, ulcers, and' mattery
sores,, all over my body." . Mr." Carter
stated that ho was otitircly cured by
Ayer's Sarsiparilla, and since
its eight months ago, has
had no return of the scrofulous symptoms.
Twenty-Four Hours to I he.
From John Kuhn, Lafayette, Ltd., who
announees that he is now in " perfect
health," we havo tho following: " Ono
yo.ir ago I was, to all appearance, in the
last stages of consumption. Our best
gave my cabo up. I flnallv
got so low that our doctor slid I could
only live twen'y four hours. My friends
then purchased a bottlo of Dr. William
Hull's Balsam for tho Lungs, Which considerably
benefitted mu. I continued
until I took nine bottles, and I am now
in perfect health.
In this clty,DocemberZ7, 188), Mrs. JULIA
A. HUUNUr, In tho 73rd year of her aHe.
Hhe was the dauithtor of Mr. lluyo, onuol
the early business men of Maysville. nud
came to this city from reuiisylvunlu when
nho was seven j earn old. Hhe whs a consistent
member of the Chi 1 thin Church,
, KETAII. MlltllKT.
Con ecled dully by it. II. Lovkl, Kroceraml
prKlu:o dmler, Noi.SOaiul 5.', Market stieet,
Corree V m t 15r0
Mo1hso, old crop, m Kill ...... r ft)
Molasses, fancy, new l Kill 7J
MoliisNes.HorRliuiu, fancy, V gal M GO
Kugar, yellow V m . s
Huijur, extra C, V 9
Huunr A. V n 6"jlo
HiiKiir, granulated V It oK3'0
Huitar, powdeied, per lb '....:. II
SiiKiir New Orleuns, tb,., 7B
'feus, V R '..... , ,...;......... 0jl no
Coal Oil, head light V gal........ 20
PIIOV1SIONS AND OO0NTBY P110DUOB.
Apples, per peck 30(3.15
Uacou, oreakfaia V m i'2
ltacou, clear aides, per lb lOylf
Hacon, Hams.V tt. 15
llacou, Bliouldcrs.per lt ..u........ U31U
UeauH VkhI. ....., :....... 4 M50
Hutter.Vtti ,.... 'Ma'i5
unirKeiiH, eacn. ,....-..., .......;,.... uxiimi
nl'l"wl U..17U. .CI M........,....(................
Peaches, dried, per lb
Flour, Limestone, per barrel 7 W
Flour, Old Uold, per barrel 7 (XI
Flour, Muysville Fancy, per barrel... 6 25
Flour, Mason County per barrel H '2b
Flour, Kentucky Family, per barrel. 6 OC
Fiour, Magnolia Family, per barrel.-. 6 76
Honey, per lb 15i!0
Hominy, vallou vu
Meal in peok..M..,...M. ...... ... ........j... JO
iaro, jnui ... I.... ....... ...M.M..MM..MM..M...... i ii
Oulons, per peck .. iWySfl
Potaloea V pock, .... 15
Turkeys, drawed, per lb 10al2
MAVHVlLI.B COAI, MABKET. '
Anthracite at Klevators, nor ton 83.23, delivered,
YouKhlOKheny ut Elevators, per bnahpl He.
Kanawha at Elevators, per
Pomory nt Elevators, per bushel' Uc, delivered
W ANTED A room by a young man lu a.
private laiuny. Appjy ut uiuoiuce,
thousand live turkeys
and 6(',000 (logon livsh egg. Highest
marketprlct paid. II. II. rilUUTTA uu
miuou street, tunysvino, ivy, nofidAw
ir ANTED-Do not lull to call at Hermann
VY Lunge's and examine Ills beautlftll stock
ot Jewelry, Watches, HII verware ami holldsy
goods generally. 22dlf
IXfANTEIV A good, canvasser tor a fast
it. selling oook. Oood commissions. Ex-
elusive terrlloiy, WM.OWENH,
oimnr Hnlletln oftlco.
RENT-The unexpired lease of tho
' house where I now reside, Third street,
near the dopoL Apply to A. II. THOM THON ,
No. 1A) Market street. 2UwJ
170R RENT I will have lor rent soon three
I1 nloe tramo cottuges. Apply to Dr. II. O.
I OST Watch charm ol white stone In tho
j slump, ol a book. Ono dollar reward nnlil
If retarnod.tOrJOUN HElHKKi European
Hotel.' 'iw ' J "VftlH
1?0 UNO- Friday night, a lady's hat. Apply
J ttttliUofilco. -Jill
f ' : . I'l,;1 Hnvnr
Wn itm'litlllinrlKfwl Innnnniiiifia Mint Tintr.
AOIsJANUAUY In a candidate for re-el
non o Mayor or Aiaysviue, at tlio ensuliiK
Jt'or City i'lnrk..
Wo are lo announco thnt
riANOHOUNE M. TABU Is a candidate for
theotllcnor CltV Cloik at the eusiitnir Jiiuii.
We are authorized to announce thnt
IIAHRY TAVJAJR Is a candlduto for re-election
as City Clerk at the ensuing January
Y t m .for t'lty Assessor. .
Woare authorized lo announce that Mr.
W. 1). HIXHON Is a-candidate for City Assessor
at the ensuing January election.
Wo are authorized to announce that Mr.
JOHN W. CAHTMELL, Is a candidate lor
City Assessor, at tho ensuing January election.
For Collector nud. Treasurer.
Wo nro authorized to annouce that Mr.
HENKY F. OTTO Is u candlduto lor Collector
and Trcasnror of Maysville, at tho ensuing
We uio authorized to announce that WILLIAM
HUNT Is a candidate for Collector
and Treasurer of Maysville, at the ousulng
Weareatitiiorlzed to announce that E. E.
PKAUOK Is a candidate for re-election as
Collector and Treasuier of Majsvlllo at the
ensuing January elecilou.
We are authorized to niiuounce that JOHN
ltUI) Isactudldatoloreotincilmau from the
Filth Waul at tho cunning Jmmary election.
Wo ure authorized to announce Mr. .1. M.
HTOt KTON, as a candidate lor to election us
councilman Ironi thuHecond Ward.
WeurenutUorled to announce that W. A.
P. Ltntl'YcIs n e.iiidldiite lor Councilman in
tho first ward al the next January election.
Mil, UOHEIIT FltOsr takes this method of
announcing to the voters ot the First Ward
in tho city of Maysville, thnt ho will ben
candidate for re election us Councilman of
said Ward at the envullig Jauuuiy ilectlon,
, At tho solicitation ol many fi lends 1 announce
myself us it candidate for
for Councilman, at the next election.
' . i i . I). Hruiiinokh.
Wo are authorized to iinnouucn that Mr
ISAAC M LANE Is n candidate for Councilman
In tho Foutth Ward, al the next January
Weareiiuthnilzod loaiiiiouucO that JOHN
W. ALEXANDER Isa inndldxle lor
to tlio council Iroin the Fourth Ward, at
the ensuing Jiiiunry'electIon.
We aro authorized to nnuounee that ROD-KUT
KICKLIN, JR., Is a cmdldale lor re
election us Wharfmnster, ut the next .Ian-nary
For Wood mill 'onl Inspector,
We areauthoiized to announce that PETER
P. PaRKKH Is u candidate lor Wood
and Coal Iuspecioi, al Hie ensuing Jauuuiy
We aro authorized to announco Mr. W. W
WA I'KINH as n candidate foi .Marshal at the
ensuing January election, IKS-l.
We are authorized to announce JaMHH
II A8HUN, Hr., as u enndidato lor city marshal
ul the January election. Not one cent loi
We are nuthoiled lo announce that W. li.
DAWHON Isa candidate lor the oIUco of City
Marshal, at the ensuing Januaiy eltH'tlou,
Ho solicits tho support of his frlendi.
Wearonulhoilzcd to announce Hi U ,1AM KM
REDMOND Is a ca dldatu for re election a
Maishal ol Maysville at tho ensuing January
election. TliUNiippoit ol his fileuds Is snllr
MR.ROHERT W IIROWMNO nnnouiices
thnt he IsKO'iiilldate lor lily Marshal at the
eiikulug Januaiy election, Monday
In January, ISM. Your suppoit
MnysvlII' ami Cabin 'reck.
Leaves Wriysvllle every Monday and Fit
day nt '! o'clock p. m. Onlors loft at James
Rankin's stable, cm Third stteet, will receive
piompt attention. ELI II HE.
Mitynvlll mill .nt. Ollvel.
Arrives at Mayhvlllcat 10 a. m. Leaves nt
2p m. Loave orders at Yancey d Alexander's
llvoiy stalile. It. H. i'OLLl IT. Prop'r.
Mnysvillo niul si. Cnrinel.
DallY lino Loaves ML Carmel at H a. in
arrives at Maysville nt 0:.Ma. in., and returns
at WW p. in. Leave orders ut W. A. P.
toy's. SeconUat. J. JjMcUARTIIE V.
HiiysTlllo nml llnrtoiivlHe.
Trl-weekly Hue Tuesilay, Thursday and
Satuidii,. Leave nurtonvllle at Un. in. Returning,
leaves Mmsvllle at '2:& p. m. Orders
should uelelt ul Yancey A Alexander's livery
stablu. a E. POLLITT.
HALE A small Intnm cot-;
1710R on Bccond street. Terms reasonable.
nO M. K. MARHil, Hulou street.
HALE A few more building Iota In
? Chester, on moulhly paymeuls of $5.
jilfltrj M. F. MARSH, Hutlou St.
HALE One horso and ono covered
? wagon Huliuble for delivery or huckstering
cheap. Call nt livery stable ot CAHIt &
RIHr.Abenleon, O. dKWlw
HALE One story frame cottage lu
' Cluviler. Contains tlneo rooms and kitchen,
lu good' repair. Trice SftlO Also, frame
oottagp in Woodvlllo. l'rlco.1550. Apply to
01. f. MAXtott, pution Hireeu
nOK SALE Tho brick, door frames, will
1? dow fraineM aud lumber In the Chailes
1'hlster residence, adjoining now Jail.
d!2tf J. W. H1NKLEV.
I'OR HALE A farm of one" lmiidrel and
; tlvo acres, situated lour aud one hull
miles friim'Muysvllle 011 the K. C. R.R.and
tho Lewlshuru and Htrode's Run Turnpike,
near Dlmmltt's Htatloit. Dwelling aud outbuildings.
Will, sell or will trade for town
property. Also houses ami lots In the city of
Maysville to iraito tor mini lanu Apply to
M. F. MARHil, Hutton street. 2 I5t
Wednesday, January 2.
Me. IlAlluy has the plmsuro of
premeollug the reigning. Dramatic Hensatlon,
In six acts and eight tableaux. (10,000 for
Hcenery nud Effects alone. The most realistic,
Hensailnual and Hnccttilar
Is a perfect marvel of bceulo ellect, causing
you to weep, tremble, and relolce. Tho wonderful
nud staitllug RAFT HCENE, coveting
ten thousaud Mjuare feel of Canvas una
oecupylug tho entire Htauo from wall to wall
with lUHurglngWnvesandTeriible Realism,
IJrck of Ocean Htvamur by Night,
Moonlight Panorama, Double Htage uud
the RevolvlnB Wall, Etc Models of Htago
Mechanism I'Mayelously IJeaulltuI and
Tlio popular sensational Actor
MR. J. Z- LITTLE,
Hupportcsl by a company of acknowledged
Note Hie Tnlilenux.
1st The Whart and Hlilpplng. Hoinownrd
Hound. 2nd Tho ship at Sea Vllllanyand
Wreck. Rush Tor Haloty. Hluklng
Hhlp. The Rait. Water I Water! Allarouml,
yet not onediop to diluk, Havisl from the
Wreck. .The most beautiful ellect ever pro-
iiurs'd oiinnv niiiico. hu ti o i;oiingo 110 no.
The Recognition. A llrother's Ijvo. 6th
The Ureal Revolving Heeuo. Oil) Magnificent
Moonlight Panorama, with the minis-Holy
Ixautllul ellect, the Moon uikih the
Lake. 7th The Lunatic isylniu. The Escape
bth IheUrand MoutitrtlnKceno. The
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In fact, everything for Amateur Theatricals.
SAMUEICFRENCH AHON.fW, E. Mill Htieet,
I h. altlva remcitr for tho klsitsUUeu.; by ltt
n.s iiKMinniui. ui riwe. in mt wdtii ninu uu in mi ntr
.utidlnu li.ve he.n rurod nileil. .o slroni? I. inv r.lth
Illlt.elliciuT. Hint t will .i-nil TWO 1IOTI I.KS IKKK.
MgMhrr Willi SVJI.UAUI.KTUKATIKK on thl.dl.OM.,
lu anj .arHrnr. Olve Kxpr... .nil r O .Jilret.
11 H. T. A. BLOC! I'M 111 Fori Kt , hew Turk.
lor our Holeel List
ol Local Newspapers. Oeo, P Rowell A
Co., 10, HprtiLO sticet., N. Y.
37, Neoond street, Mnysville, liy.
j. JP. 3VI
has Is en icmoved lo tho lower floor ot the
E iglo building, on Court street, where he will
attend to any business In 'ho Clrcul' Courts
orCouitof ApiiealsandSiipeiloi Court, which
mu) liecntiusled to him d'JHdlmo
vt aho.v oou.vrr
Build ng and Saving Association.
The annual meeting for election of eleven
dlrcclois takes place on Hilunlny ovoiilug,
the '.'Hlli lust., atT: p.m., a dividend ot .V.,
percent, ileelaied payable lanuary , I Vil.
afdlil MILTON C. RUSSELL,
INS nATTIK fVllU,
Stoonititrect, January's Hlock.
Millinery Goods Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc., ol the latest styles.
Prices Low. Mch.lldly
THE IM.ACK TO (lirr ClIlvAI1
moh.lldly MPTTON HTRhEr.
on Chicago iloaid and lu stock mi N. Y. Koaid
Mone. paid in as Noun as trade Is closed Do
uol have to await reiull'nuie fioin Chicago
or New York. II drain mill
Stork Firih Nlreel,
Opposite Fciillilaln, I'liirliiniill,
dAlIm W. A. XOKIOX, MmiHtrer.
and Grape Vines.
OJTI1EAUTIKUL TIIEEH at reduceil iirlces
The best vailetles of ul
50 cen Is per hunched orilUla lliousanil. Also
MAMMOTH CLUSTER RASPBERRIES. I
I am prepared to do binding on leasonahlc
terms. Work left at J. 1 . l'eeor A i o.'s or
with me, near cemeloiy, will iecelo piompt
attention. II. II COX,
ocltwly Tollgato near Cemetery.
rjlAUM FOK HA I.E.
llnvlug engaged lu other business I wish to
sell my lurm ol (IhO) one bundled uud eighty
acies. situated on the Klemlugsbiin: turnpike
ioad,iK miles from Maysville. fuiicrs will
please call at the farm aud see the laud and
improvements, which aro the Is'st lu the
county. Ad.liess H. M. POYNTZ,
May tile, Ky.
OK NAM-. ritlVATEI.Y.
I offer for ssle pilvutely my lurm of two
bundled and thirl aud three-fourth
acres, situated seveu miles Southeast of
on illckmun Crevk, In Jessamine
county. Tho laud Is lu buiogruss mid clover
and Is In good condition for mowlnguny crop
suited to tills part of tlio Htale, and Is well
adapted to growing tobacco The Improvements
consist of a frame dwelling of toeu
rooms with notches aud celler, a well ot goisl
water near tlie door, a good barn, stable and
wagon sheil and other necessaiy nut buildings.
An orchard, stock wider abundant uud
convenient, Sc. The lenelng nuthecieek Is
mobtly of stone. Plenty ol timber lor (dicing
purposes uud fences inosllj In goodie-pair.
Location Is convenient to Church,
school aud mill. I will sell tho property low
and on easy terms In pnilles deslilngn home
or will divide it to suit puichaseis. If not
sold by March 1st, I will rent to reliable
MRU. M. A. HKRHPEHOER,
decM II Hilly, P. O. Ky.
OT IIia Inroriioratlon of Hie Two Mile
Turiipike lloml 4 oiiipnny.
is herehv given of tho Incorporation
NOTICE of the Two Mile I'li.nplke Road
The mimes of the Incoiporators me E. L.
(limit, H. A. Riggers, It, C, lllaml nud H.
The nmno of tlio corporation Is tho Two
MlleTurnplko Ro d Company, nml Its principal
place of business Is .Miirphysvllle, Mason
The general nature ot the business to bo
transacted Is the consti notion uud operation
ol it macadamized road fiom a point aim
near Murphysvllle, Mason county, Ky., In
thodliociloii of Maysllclt, to a point on the
The capital stock of the company shall not
exceed the sum of seven thousand dollats,
to bo divided Imosliaies of twenty-five dollars
each, which shares shall bo paid on demand
ul auy lime fixed bythe board of director.
The corporal Ion shall data from the 1st day
ot May, iwl, and continue filly years there,
the corporation shall ho con
trolled ami managed by a president aud fnui
directors elected annually by the stockholders
from aiming their number. The election
ol these nfilcers shall be hold annually on the
lloiHatuniay in .May. nam corporation snail
not cieuloaii debt In excess ol I ho amount
subscribed for the purpose of paying the debt
contracted. Tho private pioperty of I ho
stockholders shall uol bo liable for corporate
debt or liabilities. The ooiporatiou snail
havo all fhe powers, rights, privileges and
Immunities usually claimed and allowed cor
poratlons organised to build turnpike
roads In the Htale of Kentucky, and
such as It mar lawfully claim and exorclso
under the constitution and laws ofsuid Htate.
H. A. HltlUEHS,
It. a HLANI),
'.7Wlt H. RHODES.
U GLASCOCK & CO.,
Is Uio )est place lo get bargains In
KIRK has opened a dally meat mar-.
RC. on Markot street, next door to R. li,
Lovel's, and will keep all kinds ol fresh meat
at reasonable prices and will deliver It in any
portol the city. Call nud see me.
iVtrVoui Viiitlily aud Wcakntu,
IiHf PnViifind TiTor, orny
ocrwnrk, rtc, (ovfr forty tUou
Hand iKislIhe cures.) OiTHuA
15c. for postage m trial box ut
HX) pills. Aititrcss,
Dr M TV UACON.rnr Clark St
ItnoM Irtbiutj. andCallinunl'lHi o.Cuiuuo.lu.
State & Monroe Sts..Chlcag l.U, SM
W II l I iMviMiM to n v utJm Ifcelr
. UANU un i nuwuvfc,
l fiw IiilL vlM tits. 1U Knravii.n I M1
iof tnitraintnt, Kiilu, C-us IWlu,
I 3MIli jTwrn . . ij"f s rMii
I.. A ti. S..ft.. AJaaaI4am
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1 14.. I. I. I .! ImlHi. 1 1 An Kit A 1
li nBirnra iw tuv i""
ILr,l... f Amalatir IlrlttJk. AuJ ft LalUOClM'
I VB9KI tMillU IIUUW
ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE.
fioin tho eastern islge ol llracken county,
A BRIGHT BAY MAKE,
heavy black mane and tall, two and
years old, white slur on torehend, hall moon
on nose aud white saddle mark on the left
side of backbone, I. veiy broad breasted, high
spirited, cariles her head high and had the
distemper when stolen. Any Information
thaukfully received by
iiaidAwiw RUSHELL WEST.
MIL GROCER ES,
Highest cash pricopald for country produce.
lyl.Mtf Comer Fourth and Plum streets.
Wo havo marked our goods down with a
view to mako room for our Nkw Wintkk
Stock. Our stock consists of lllrds, Feuthers,
Ornaiuouts, laces, HaU, Zephyrs, Ao. We
call especial attention toour cheapaud hand-Mime
stock of CREWEI
r KILLING HILK at 35 cents nerdoxen.
IllbVlui MIHH LOU I'OWLINO.
1rlSS AN.VA FllAZAIt,
NOVELTY STORE !
Staple unit Fimey
A full lino of Millinery, Dress Ooods, Trimmings,
velvet, Cashmere, Laces,
veilings, shawls, Ribbons, Hundkerchlels,
Hklrts, Corsets, Neckwear,
Hosiery, Combs, Perfumery, Stationery,
Zephyr Wools, Yams, Hair uud Fancy Uoods.
OJTlMtlClS VBRT WW,f
S30.000 FOR $2.
Itejinlnr Moutlity DrntrlBjr. will
5 TU take place In the Masonle Hall, Ma-ill
sonlcTcmpIo Ilulldlng, Louisville, Ky
THURSDAY, Jan, 31, 1884.
A Law Hi I I.ollery unci Fair Drnwlara
churiered by the Legislature of Ky. aud twice
declared legal by the highest conrt in the
Htate. Hotul given to llonry county In Hie
sum of JltxyxXHor the prompt payment of all
A llevoliillon In Nlnffle Nniaber
Urn win kh.
"Evory tlckot holdor his own supervisor,
can call out the number on his ticket and see
the coricspoudlug number on the tag placed
In tho wheel In bin pioHonco. Thesodrawlugs
will occur on tho lasl Thursday of every
mouth. Read tho magnificent
1 I'rlvn tMHi
' l!r!lt,'s $,J,i oHcJ, M.r.,.'.,.,.z; 5,000
li Prizes. 1,11X1 each r'ooo
lrleH,a)UeRoli, Approx'n PrUes.... 3700
U.Pilzrs, UU0 each, " " Vsrjo
9 PiLteh,i(iUeil0li, ' 'unQ
91 Prlxes,S00 caoh in urn
601) Prlr.es, 'M each inim
lUXi VrlMN, 10 each SZZ lolooo
WliolnTlrkeln, a. llrtlf Tlehela.tl.
27 Tlckcta, 50. 3 Ticket, Uleo.
Remit money or lank draft In letter, or
send by express. DON'T MENU BY KIKHH.
TEREi) LETTER OR POHTOFFIUK oSmtL
until lurther uottce. OrdomofWaud uiiward
by express can be iiont at our own ipenM
sepndAwly LouUvllle, rfy.