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THB FINEST IN THH LAND! W. H. MEANS' $3.00 SHOES, AT HONAN'S; TRY A PAIR
D&jjff MKf Ife BUECetlNg
T WOtflLMiraEf BUAKfiD;-
- Advertised Letter List. '
The following is a liatof letters remain
ing in the postoffice at Maysvilte, Mason
County, Ky., for tho week ending Tum
dnv, November 1, 1887:
Furnished by Glover A Uurrett, proprietor
Louisville lobaccn Warebou-e.
Haleaon our market forth, week Jo tolonrd
amounted o 2,9'6 hhds., with recelpta of IJXt
lihila. for Ibu name period. Halex on our mar
ket allien Ian. imi nmnunt to 114. IW hlida. Tn
inurkel this week has developed new at ength
oa nil gruUtBofU ir o tobacco. The otTering
have been larger than unuoT, ahd the nfatiu
uitureia Inve displayed u marked desire U
Tbe followl ir Quotations fairly represswt
E 1 I r
AtLrXCEtJSUNDYi tH I fll & F
f vl oprfator.. k ai f theTMogDhfiter-fielM
A. Happy Ejront'That'Unitod Prom
imeHtlTamiiios' of MsoHand
yEDgEA.X(EytiN'G, NOVfi ggog
rfes al WorkS
Lewis, Jerry (ol.)
Layne, Jamea P.
Ju KODertBon uonmaes.
Andir-toli, MIns Lltzlo
AmlerHon, J. IU
Arthu-, W. H.
Bft'r, .M1m Alice
- fl, x
Indications ' Warjner.fair weather."
hokxy syrup new
.it i .,
Tho town of Chester wab the soeno of
j Another' !flro about noon "'yesterday', and
aft 11 annfAw of O AilAnl Un ...!.
Wim, all Bewailed I remedies fail, Dr. The place seems to bo rather unfortunate
Sago a Catarrh Remedy cures. f ,ftt6 in th,fl reflpect
-atMABTEs JiMjtia Hall, who has been About 11 o'clock yesterdny morning
aick for several weeks, is convalescent. tne rcsidence of Mrs. Mary CJlnger ,was
! discovered oh fire. The alarm was given
W. D. Btoo has gone to Cincinnati to but'the flames made rapid headway, and
.aroepta situation in tho office 6f the Dally by the time (he ciliitens arrived on the
Enquirer. lscenp the building was doomed. The
' ,' John Zkcu left 'today for Kewport Poonle recognired this and directed their
J5ho're ho will make his home wih his'eror,ta t0 vin8 th furnitnro and the
on, John Zcch, Jr. bulIuinB8 adjoining. Thia.thf y 8cceeded
I' 1 7 i .1 In doing, although it required hard work
. Dj Jameh Shacklbford will leave in to prevent the flames from epreading lo
few days for a tour of the West, for the the frame residence of Geo. W. Hollidav.
Afl. ni l t, i -t.i ( .. t .
ucneutoi uia neaun.
. TiTBmarrNL''a or WI'llo Kenton. Ron of Hon
p. KeBtoniRopreenutive-Beet ofuoporLson Uo-ooin, I.
lniVrnvlfonilMlJi nfl'lla''Urnrr"1 ilfTiiirJiTjir. of Kt-rtlS Ma
( &rfSrla 'Mrs. Londeri Grovor, ofardK bas iJS'rASeW-. H.
aieauy wen annonuceu in me uoLiiirriN, jiruno, John
lint to n, rr.iriK
but ltrf mains for oar DesUa yalley oorre l.ui"eriy, it.
TS'ryS"', u t,rtu,uA "R "VKm"J " Cliimbors.JohnT.
jrojriUayea not lonnd inltlia Cletk-'sioflloo. H'ntron, tl.O.
linearrtajotookVliico at tW'pretty tfojne 0VeJt??Ph(lV2)
ui Luta uiiuu Hh tiia u ciubl iiiunuuvfiuLvr. n..nt.. .,... u..i
i. F auk
Dn. Pikecb's " Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets' cleanse and purify tho blood and re
lieve the diuostive nivnns.
adjoining it on the west.
Mrs. dinger's bouse was burned to the
ground and will prove a total loss. It
was situated nearly opposite the post
office, and was a small one-story frame.
f-4 TTatmpv hnranna liuvn itfnnrl Mia flhfia- Tlin Jiaa ih MtliaMkauvu fnHTtH. nitnrAw ia
tian Church at Carlisle in the past week the building was about tho only property
cor so, and the revival is still in progress, she owned, and it was not Insured. The
t T j riTT T t ' ( lo3s auioanta to $500 or $600.
v- JasT received at Riffe & Taylor V, a tro- m. t,.iI ,. ., ,
, ,, , . , , ,,. ' , The building either caught from a
.mendoua line of toilet and holiday goods. '., . fl. ?. .. . - .
L. ., , L i i. .u park or. was set on fire. At the hour
lAdiefJ, sea them. Gents, Bmoke tho 1 .,... . V ' .
u-iuu4 vi;,.vjiiii uni(uugw MlVbOljr
nnor ' cigar.
near by, leaving no one at homo. When
,r,nTm nn,ro h. n.rn.i ' "e reiurnea ine root oi me rear part oi
jsombute the sentence of Tuck Agee, of the building was found to be in flames
Lexington, and Tack's
lake place next Frdny.
. M t, i ' '
6VnmWiWlkrA bl V .wrhlftA hntaa In fAnf
of our Office at one time Saturday, and
there was not a single red-headed girl in
tight. Bourbon News.
Robert L. Hoefucii has returned 'to
Olifton Sprfiigs,-N. Y., for the benefit of
Via-health. He contemplates a trip to
Southern California at an early day.
Thk Court of Claims of Clark County
There, ia some mystery connected with
the matter, and it may turn out. that the
bouse (waa fired by an Incemdiary.
LQeorge Hajdiu&.cafno, very 'near meet
ing with a'severe accident while working
to save Mr. Hblliday's residence. He
was on tho .roof and slipped, and it was
only byiprompt, action on his part that he
escaped from sliding into the fire below.
The'Neptun fire engine was taken up
but arrived toolato to be of much service
The one-story building belonging to
Georgo VV. Hollidny, alluded to above,
has fixed tho ealjry of the County Judge was totally destroyed by fire about 2
at $1,000, County Attorney; $600 ; County
Superintendent of Public Schools $630.
About fifty in u lea that have been
worked on the Maysville and Big Sandy
Railroad have been taken to Slielbyvilio
(or the contractors on the Louisville
Miss Trunk Pbakcb, of this city, and
Jefferson Cirmack, of Campbell County,
were married last evening at tho home of
jthe bride's parents in the West End,
Bev. Thomas Hanford officiating.
Adam Kruiek, Esq., a prominent at
torney of Cincinnati, is in town.. He is
one of the lawyers in the case of the
"Jung Brewing Company against Otto,
oow on trial in the Cfrcuit Court.
..JonN. Curtis, aged forty-two years, a
well-Jo-do farmor living about five mjles
frpm'Ripleynwhile engaged in putting a
newpof ou bin residence MdndHyaftor
Aiooh, foil to the ground a distance of
fiffeen feet, dislocating his arm at the el
bow and sustaining other serious injuries.
Tnu grand jury of Bourbon County at
a recent term reported twenty-five in
dictments each against Josh Barton and
rjj X. Grimes, of Mlllersburg, for Belling
Iquor by tho quart. Under the local
option law At that place, it is claimed
ftnat only packages of five gallons can bo
Tun mission 8t. PaJrick'sChttrctjjia
welttended.,! st tnight te edi
flce was crowded. Fa.thpDristJerne of
tliV" RetBptoristliifath'ors fereacjbef a
wffM(a'iVDeatb,''and Impressed his
hear&tVy tile aple wane fRtkhlch, he
bnutedis texj "Th.ls htteroon.;' SW
JiMcWi inrrtjctioU.w,tH bftfH !
fciWyftr married ladl Allta-
UtMAo altead, vThis evenifljrW 7f 30, stt
Tfcua!, T.orrow,frnoaa at
M'el6,6k;ai4ns'lrMMoii;wil!, $e giveq
Jforttlr.iftnglei'ladle. AlLkrVtuost cor
jWJlljjfiiVited b bTn'rJfeht'W'Uifefie pT
wVe8,irrepocliTOlof'oreed.i ' " -4
Thb little packet Katie Prather had
bad luck on hertrfp to 01nfc?n,nati Jasf
tBaaiay. 'Whil8-making aviilanding iat
o0oUmbift that njgW a'smaU. bago'she
hatTitftpw 8ank without anyknown
eause. There were forty-nine hogs oa
the 'jbaree, and as soon" as its condition
was discovered the crew tore the pons
o'clock this morning. The flames were
undoubtedly the work of incendiaries, as
there was no other way in which the
building could have caught. Tho house
was unoccupied last night as tho fire yes
terday had compelled the parties living
in it to move out. Mr. Holiday's loss
will amount to $700 or $800. He had
$600 insurance on the building in the
London and Liverpool and Globe.
Tendered Miss Belle Gilbert-She
'Accepts Next FridayJCTight the
During the engagement of the Gilbert
Comedy Company here 'Miss Belle Gil
bert's aclihg has won hermany warm
admirers. To express their admiration,
they have tendered her a complimentary
benefit. She accepts, and will appear at
the opera house next Friday night. The
following ,ha8 been handed in tor publi
MAY8VILI.K, KT.,O0t.St, 1887.
Compliments of ibe.uudernlgned to Mlsa
Belle Gilbert, tenderlDg her a complimentary
benoflt upon any ovonlng, In tuenear future,
most agreeable to her, and requesting that
"play" which happens to bo ber favorite.
L. O. Blatterman,
W. F. Power.
Chas. B. Bearoe, Jr.
B. U. Cartmell. M. D.
It. h. Brownina,
Thorn a- ADavl.
fX O. Hopper,
O. T. Kneeream,
ueo. i. quuiut,
Cba. B. Pcarce,
Jotin T. Wilson,
H. K. Aiaraion, U.D.
O. W. Itogera,
W J. Miner,
W. W. Mollvuln,
Lou R. Cooper,
y. T, p'rown,
W. 8. Moore
XI0S OILBBRT'l BKPLT.
Maysvillk, Ky Nov. lot, 1887.
Jtitsrt L. C J(att'rniian ahj (JTentltmen
J)tar Sin: Your kind note was hauded'me
this mornlnc Pla""accept tnauki for the
tiTlMiyHo'you tfiat rHday eVsalritnAiXtMefv,
4tb, would be moit-aultxble for raf, and my
lavorlto pleoghBt,of S,j2UJ.rjou never hav
Ins been play d in your city, would be the
(.ooVasloBSanVl-ahall jadavor trt-pleae all
Who aball favor ua wltb their presence.
Very Truly, x
Thos,D OnunKSfView 6n Fairness.
XJdUfdHl r'epdrter' tUlletl-onMr,
Thomas A iCrqmp and, said? "I, under
stand' that Voii drew a prite ih the Louis-
"' - - ' i - s .
down and threw the hogs overboard. All iana State Lottery drawing of the Qth
were recovered with the exception of' ultimo?" "I did." "What was your
four, two of which were drowned and two tickei ?" "29 140 " " Did it represent the
got away. 8orao household goods on tho whole or a Dart of the prize?'' "A pnrt
flat were in tho water but not damaged1 one-tenth of tliesecrindcapltal." ' 'What
.. M T f . Alt IIAK ff It tt Tl.l . t
to anv extent. The unampion xio. iu amount r "o,uuu." - uki you receive
pumped the barge out Monday.
the full amount the ticket represented ?"
"I received the full amount eiuhtdays
rtnu .Trtiiw nnmarhr Oomedv. nfter tho ticket had drawn." How did
'T)oGilber"-UuiitleyOm'edy Company yu follect the money?" "Our Jones
continues at the opera house vth a large burg (Mo.) Bank collected it through the
'attendance every night. Td-hfjght the Laclede Bank of St. Louis and paid it to
entortalnmont will commence with the me. I consider that the business of the
one-act farce, entiled "the Fool of tho Louisiana State Lottery Js conducted
Family" and will conclude with tho fairly, without partialily or favor Joues
Tink Dominoes," a comedy in threo acts, burg (Mo.) Journal, September 8.
prion. Dr. Anderson, of the M-E'UhHrph, Dulli
Bout Untied Jhe knot not Only seonr
Vlthmnob'graoe and Jmpl-ejveni.
BoBtu'.tled he toot not erfly secnrely, but . Duncan. Maymo
ti.v. Li..u..' ,i :.i. .'... jk. uauiion.
miiivu 5ituD uu tsayw"a umwm i
TbeJirldQ wore a becoming costume of dark
(jray cloth trimmed In brqjwn pluiih.bonbet
to inalcli, nd rieiikln wrap. Tl'ie brldes
ma'd, "Mlwi 01,1 le Oalb'rUtri, waa attired In a
neatly-fitting green serge, 'trimmed, In-Velvet,
bat to match, si lit astracan wnp. The bride
and ber maid of honor are coustas, wltb klm
llnr dispositions and very aweet manners.
Lawrt-nce Kaln, of Ollvst, wm the groom'a
best man .
The parlor had been darkened and lighted
with ornamontal lamps.
The bridal party seated In an oprn landau
bshlnd a a lrltod span and followed by twenty-five
veblole filled wltb handsome girls
and tbelr gallant escort made an attractive
snow on tho road, creating quite a sensation
as tboy pawed through the village of Bardls.
Tbe bridal cortege reached "Kentonla" Just
as tbe sun had set, but all tbe wcatern horlcon
aad tbe distant woodland were aflame with
tbe crimson fire of his reflected rays. Tbe
scene wnn romantic, and as the Olivet Cornet
Band struck up ' II me, Hweet Home," and
Hon. K. Kenton and wife met and welcomed
the coming guest, you may Irauglne for I
cannot deacxl be the happiness of all.
At the Ronton mansion a very cordial and
elegant reception was grlven from .6 to 10
o'clock. The entire lioosewasbrlghtly lighted
and the spacious parlor warmed by old
fashioned wood fires, giving, as one of the
guests remarked, a " moral grauieur" to the
occasion. Very wlnome nud aicl atlng
looited thebndolu her evening toilet, n neb
robe of black silk, Jet trlrnrhtnitf. Th new
connections and at miners looU'el npou ber
loveliness with nuquallfliKl dfllgbt. The" old
folks at bomn"vwera especially happy her
"beauty rauda them glad."
Tho feast apreal was abundant and raot
rellsbable so (he hnndreil and el hty-elght
guests voted as theyret'rti IfromtDa banquet
ing hall. The wultreen were miit charming
ladles Mrs. Fanqlo Woodward, Miss Lizzie
Hill, Mlsa Annie HIi;k, Mr. Llczln ltlgs, Mrv.
Mary Kenton and MKs Julia Hall. Among
the pleasant gentlemoii tiri recalled the
names ot MeHsrs. Frank and Alfred Henson,
Wuilo Meadows, Tom Mitchell, Mr. Young,
Judge James Kotilot and Oe.rgo Ltuvllle.
The Sard W hind came luter on nud added
tbelr fifteen plecoM to tho Olivet twelve, and
as tliey played In Joint haunouy "May Bell
Polka "and " Hope liojond," and uood-bj e lo
bride and groom to tho dulcet notes oi "Call
MoThliiH Own," the tuy assembly adjourned
Robert Ficklin has succeeded in getting
one car-load of coal from Paris about
500 bushels which he will soli to those
only who are in immediate need of fuel,
at 18 .cents, cash, delivered. It will be
distributed atnotig all add not sold to a
' ' m m ! i i
The Queen of Fame.
The people of ihis city are promised a
most deljghtful entertainment at an early
day, In "The Crowning of 'the Qneen of
Fame, to be given underlie supervis
ion of Mrs. Bessie Miller Oton. The
characters to be represented will consist
of persons famous in the world's history.
'Mrs. Oton will be assisted by leading
yobngJadies and gentleman, of thisplaco
npd Augusta, and a chorus of chlldron,
Tho entertainment will be given on tho
night of November 24th.
Contractors in Trouble.
TheNewport correspondent of the Cin
cinnati Enquirer says tho railroad con
tractors, en Huntington's new railroad
are having trouble. About forly or fifty
'Italian laborers quit work Monday bo
cause the contractors did not pay them.
They alL swore jxmtiattacbments against
the work that had boou tiorie by the con
tractors. The .jjappAt'Jwork on tbe new
brldBerthe LI9UM .river have all
quit work.-They tclaim 'that .they have
not received any pay for six weeks, and
there is noimtBediatosign-of them getting
any money lor tne worx that tney nave
doaa. . i .
There1 wero three bridal parties at
Heieer's European' rttftel this morning1.
Abe McKol and bis " beat girl " came in
on the nootrtralnye8terdayfrom Tilton,
Fleming Qounly. They were accompanied
bya'mutual frieodfrJamos ,M. Salby, of
riiliaf)6ro. tn the aftemdon. they crossed
theWeT,' 'where 'Squire Boasley United
tho couple in tho holy bonds of matri
mony. Tho ptrties took in the sights of xfiQcepts
Kurheau, Mrs. Line
Front. Jo tin
Ft o, Alex.
Fltrgeruld, Mrs. J. B.
Ullben, Juckbon B.
Harris. O. W.
Hubbard, K V. (4)
Jonea, Mar Ida
Keunedv, Tltiu B.
Luyd, bydln E.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say advertised.
A. O. Kbbpess, P. II.
LiUiiNroru, unnrgn .
Norton, Mi Ktiaa
Ptlce, H. J.
Port, Henry (2)
Keynalds, Q. D.
Hedmoml, W. W.
Dllker. W. K.
HiriU'ts, M. A.
'Beetal. Mn. Julia
Ho tin. Jno.
Day, Mr. Anna
Rale, Wnl f r
Wohweltgeit, M. W.
W llson, Mary L.
WmII, W. W.
Workman, Isaio N.
Wills. El z.betb
Wulton. Juo. W.
Aberdeen Letter List.
Letters remaining in the postoffico at
Aberdeen, O., November 1, 1887.
Brown, Mlsa Clara IHawkina, Mrs. Alfons
B yd, Mrs. Auule
Cajt, MInh Krama
1 umpbell, Nnnoy J.
Da via, Mr. David
Kiiders Mr?. Jate
Gray, Thomas M.
Ho war J, .Mm. Kllen
Huron, Mr. Jerry
La vr will, Mr. Amelia
Weed, Miss Amy.
PersnnR culling for tho above will please
J. W. GuniRiK, P. M.
Mrs. John C. Lovol has returned from
a vtait at Vancobtirg where she uttended
the Darrow-Bruce nuptials last Thursday.
Mrs. Emily Dobyns and Mrs. Hoi,
Gr y have returned from their visit to
Mr. and Mrs Whiteman Wood, at Louisville.
rimntsnKn by w. a. Norton
Yesterday's rioslne December wheat, 73V;
.Mm.v wliptit 7!c; May coru, iyt', Juuuaiy
To-day 'a Oppnnc-Deo-mber wheal, 7,1 '4 ;
Mnv whea. Tffc 79)4; 0J; May corn, ib;
ihi; 45. Jann.ny pora, 814.50.
our market for burJry tobacco: ,,
uara irasu ..... ...... o mibi a am
Col ry traah .. H 5 (WJS M
I'ntnmnti (tfa nm er.lftrv B) (HfM4l M
Qcknl luga.. - It GtHiJM
Common let, not oolory .............. 14 oel
ui) a iear...... .........-. is v,va. w
Fine leaf.. ................ ...... 30 (
MouuBes, new crop,
Borenm, Fancy New
Sufcar. rellowla ft.,
Buaar. extra U.,VB.
ouKar a., v ioMnu.u
. ... ... M.
fltlcrflr. irrAntllAtAd"! ff...
Bnrar, powdead.'per lb
near, powdered, per
ugar. Now Orleakt,
Coal Oil, head light V gaJ..
uaoon, Dreaciaai v a--
Bacon, cloar tihlon, per Ib.,
1HHWU, UIUIII, Wmm -1..mm..mm......
Bacon, Bhoalden,per 16
Bcaua IB gal....,.... ..
Butter, ft .... .
XgS, IP dO&M 1........ IIH,W.NMH.t II.M,
Flopr, Lluveatpne, per oarrelu.
Floor, Old Gold, per barrel .......
Flour, Mayavlllo Fancy, per barreX-,
Floor, Mason County per banrel...
Floor, Royal Patent, per barrel..
Flour, Maysvllle Family, per barrels.
Flour, Graham, per saofc.
Honey, per lb ... - m
Hominy, v Kaiion....
ijard. & fc
Onions, pnr rieck .
ntAtne v r er peck ..
Apple, per peck
This powder never varies. A marvel of pa
rity, Htreni;tli nud wbolebomnew. Mote eco
nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
bo xuld in competition wltu the mul Ittule of
low tat, hhori wt'l t, alum or phohphata
iiOwdeiB. Sild only In i-nns. ROYAL BAK
t t'fj POWDKIt CO . ICfl Wall St.. Now Yorla
ee-REaT IN THB WOULDm
Dongola Top, and every
- v m
HOPPER & MURPHY
Jewelers, No, 43 Second street, will offer for the next inirfcir
days special j inaucemenia in
&olid Silver Knires, Forks and Spoons. We have a largo, aid
niBwc yome auo; iuok. aii guuuo wmrrairveu wrwp
uj uuu luiut mo piouc ; uangco uiu owtuu.
the city Uijf morning and'returned home
on (he noon'train.
At 4 o'clock'thls morning there arrived
at tho hotel two couples from Bath Coun
ty. They had enj yed an all-night's
driye from noarOwingsville. They were
.nrpal& to Abeideen, and .after alnVarly
lireakfust, they -lost no time in crossing
the rivpr. Robert V, l?enn, agent, of the
National Benefit Society, and Mr. J. 8.
Wilson, of Dover, accompanied thorn
and gve the brides away. It was a
dobo wedding, MJbs Vena Barbour tio
coininii Mrs Jack Rolco and Miss Peachio
Warren, Mrs. James N. Wright.
Call attcHtioii to the. decided bargains they are fife-
Ing Ih:IKES GOODS, ''IJOEBIVEAIE, COB8ETSti
All-Wool Tricots, thirty-eight inches wide, 4.i cents; All-Wool Sirges, thirty
eight inches wide, 35 cents ; a job in Black Silk at $1, worth $1.60; a job in Black
Cashmere, all wool, fort v-t wo inches wide, at 50 ennts; Ladies' White Merino Un-
.,.. ..I oe in .. '.I trv ... . r....' llfi.t,.. ..,! n.... M.tr. Vno.c ...! n.....
lViwrur n. ut WfiiUU uu liaiuo uru q inin iiiu vim iuvmiiv i i'oio iuiu 4innn,o,
; Men's Uaqton flannel Drawers, ,a centa; unuies anil Men's fs:ariet
1.25; Corsets the largest and cheapest line in the
city. A good CortQt ai 40 cents; Blue, Cardinal, Drab and White Corsets at 50 eta.
derwear, all wool, at $1, worth $1
We aro now showinc tho largest and most complete line of JACKETS, 8HORT
WRAPS and NW MARKET. in the city. JnckMia from $2 to $10 ; Shmt Wraps
from $4 to S20; New Markets from $4 to $15; Children's Cloaks from $1 up." Sea
6ur Cloaks before you buyf it will sava you money.
BROWNING & CO.,
No. 3 East Second St. Maysvillo.