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DAILY EVENING BULlfeTjk'. .
DAILr, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosseh & McCarthy,
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tan Daily Bollktin will be delivered to
any part of the city Ht 0 contea week, or one
year for 93.
tfliH Daily Bullktin to any postofflco In
the United Htalos, postage prepaid, nt twentv
five cent per month or three dollar per year.
TUESDAY EVEN'G, NOV., 8, 1887
The Republican nays tbut Maysvllle Is rap
idly losing her country irnde on account of
xcesMve turnpike tolls. The fanners buy
tbftr goods at the country stoiea rather than
pay exorbltun rules of toll which they are
required to do If they vUlt Maysvllle. Ex
bange. Tolls are no hiuher now than thoy hnvo
been for years. It is only natural for peo
ple to deal at places most convenient and
ciuy of access. While all admit free
turnpikes would prove beneficial to Mays
Tille, yet the toll fyatein is nothinu new,
and it is not driving any more business
from our city now thtin it has al wny.s done.
If the matter was investigated, we bo
Hove it would bo established that Mitys
villo is doing just ns much business nowaH
she did ton years ago. She may lose a
little in one-quarter, but the loss will be
made up from other quarters.
Mhysville's progress hue been steady.
Her improvements are substantial, and
the city of to-day is wonderfully changed
from Ihe Maysville of the past. Wo are
not at all alurmed at Maysville's future.
The Republican's talk is doing the city
bo good abroad. Our contempory's re
marks have been copied far and wide
through the State and will do Maysville
more barm or as much as the toll sys
tem. The worst thing that can bo said
of 'a place is to s.iy she iB losing her trade.
Feoplodon'tcaretocometo a city that is
on the down grade. Maysville isnoton the
-down grade. On the contrary she is far
from it, and wo protest against any more
talk to the contraty on the part of our
tontornponry or any one else.
We don't wish to be understood as
arguing against free turnpikes. The
Bulletin has always recognized they
would be beni facial to Maysville. But if
the Republican wishes to discuss the sub
ject let it suggest a way out of the trouble
and quit indulging in tnlk that is doing
Maysville no earthly good.
The following decision has recently
been made by the Court of Appeals. It
involves the pay of School Commission
rs who reported the census for 1884
The pay is $3 for e.icli bdiool district, ami
will ajigreuiito about $22,000, Bays the
Frankfort Capital. The case was alBrmed
by the Court of Appleals:
JHckett, Superintendent, etc., vs. Harrod. (To
r reporter) Klled October S!, I8S7. Appeal
from Franklin Clr ult Court. Uplnlou ot the
Court by Judge Holt, iifllrmlnn.
First A School Coiiiiiilloner who was
elected under the provisions of the Generaf
ttiatu ea and beid over until n L'ouuty Super
intendent was eleo cd m.d qualified under trio
- preiwnt school law, approved May 12, 1884, Is
entitled to compensation as provided by Ihe
floneral Statutes for reporting the cenuaof
the school children of the county for the year
jIUAi, although the service was perfoimed aller
the present law weni Into effect.
Second The provlslou or the statute re
quiring Uie Commissioner to mako bis report
(if tbe census of the school children ou or
Iwfore the Hist day of June, was directory
werely, and the CoinuilHilouer was entitled
to comi ens-atlon although he did not make
ttmreport uuill after the flri-tday of June.
Third It was not necessary that the report
flfthoeommlsHlouer should show tha he bad
-rlslteil the schools a required by tbe statute,
the compensation allowed belni; forreporttug
Hit census, and not for that service.
Thk Democralsof Fayette County have
le-nominated J. 0. Rogers for Sheriff.
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A Washington City special says James
M. Harbison, of Kentucky, haB been ap
pointed to a $900 clerkship in the Life
Caving Service Bureau.
Tbb election in Ohio, Now York and a
'bmber of other' 8tatea is being held to
4ay, Judging from reports the outlook
jo not at all favorable for the Democrats.
Ir the Democrats are worsted in,to-day 'b
elections it will bo no more than has been
expected for some time. But if victory
perches upon their banner, thenhere
will be some jollifying:
GsifBitAii Powell has conducted a
jrlanly canvass in Ohio, and he deserves
46 bo her Governor. How different, how
ever, has been Foraker's courso a cam-,
paign spent in abusing the President and
stirring up strife between th6 North and
We nro still of tbe opinion that tbe petty
plurality of Cleveland wus squeezed In b
rouutiuu Domocrutlo Hon Builer voice for
Cleveland. Wo hold Urover Ulevo and to bo
Freslrfentof the United tateby fraud, under
the foi m.i of law thut we have to hubmlt to ns
good citizens. Murat Hnl-tead.
Well, what are you going to do about
it? Cloveland ia President, and tha
country is prospering. Even admitting
your etatomont to bo true, a Btalomont
no ono but n bigoted fool would utter,
tho Democrats aro only getting even
with tho Republicans for defrauding Til
3oa in 1870.
YANKEE EDITOR! KH'AfRIsl
DRAWBACKS TO RUNNING A NfWO
PAPER IN THE FRENCH REPUDLIC.
Experiences In Editing Tho News Pecu
liar Ilinictiltlos of BUI Posting Tho
Law of Libel In rrnnco DlfilcultleB of
Interviewing A X.ong Imxt Suit.
Boforo tlio debut of tho now paper an un
expected hitch, occurred. Tho forlbcomins
journal must havo a gcraut A gcrant is
defined by Spiers and Surcnno as "a manager,
a porton at the head of an establishment." I
found that tho French law forbado my con
templating myself or permitting myself to bo
publicly contemplated as a gcrant. No
foreigner wbatsoovcr may lny that flattering
unction to his bouL Tho gcrant muct bo a
French person, actually of nativo birth, or
anointed with tho divino unguontof naturali
zation. Accordingly, I had to hunt up a
properly qualified gcrant After somo search
I learned of a wortliy Individual named
MaJnboucho, who fulfilled all lognl require
ments. Unlaboucho was a gentleman of
humble station, who dwelt komowhero In tho
huburbs. Uo was described to mo as being a
hopeless cripplo from paralysis, who, for tho
stipend of i0 monthly, would act as figure
head for any aspiring editor of foreign ex
traction. His responsibility comprised tho
shouldering of legal uctions, appearanco In
cotes of libel, infringement of tlio press laws
and k forth. M. Malnbgucho was engaged
forthwith. "Whether or not ho justified tho
description I bad of him I am unablo to say.
I nover sot oyes upon tho good man, and for
aught I lmow ho may havo been a journal
istic Mrs. Harris with a gift of regularly
drawing $20 a month and receipting therefor
in a Freuthy chirograph.
HTKUCK ANOTHER 8NAU.
Beforo tho first issuo wo (I uso tho plural as
rvfening not to Malaboucho, hut to my ablo
associato, Mr. Albert C. Ives, formerly of Tho
ISov vork Times) struck another snag. To
properly herald tho coming birth, a quantity
of ipostcrs had boon prepared for placarding
tho vacant walls of Paris. It was our un
tutored American Idea that to order aud pay
for a fow thousand flaming hills, and to hlro
men to stick them to tho walls, comprised all
th6 process necessary for this pleasing form
of attracting public attention. Ingenious
barbarians that wo were, wo bad fallen Into
uow errors. First, wo narrowly escaped or- i
rest for affixing ono of tho placards to our i
own premises without previously having It
stamped with tho official stamp. Every bill ,
must, under penalty of tho law, bear tho gov- i
eminent 6tamp ns conspicuously as though it
wero gouig to be sent by mail. Tho 6tainp3
vary in price according to tho sizo of tho
poster, dm ttio rule is rigid ana tho penalty
for its infringement Eovere. Further than
this, a good jiart of our btock of placards wero
seized because,, fonooth, tho announcements
had been printed upon win to paper 1 Tho uso
of white paper is reserved by tho French re
public to itself for such proclamations or
other announcements as it finds necessary to .
ilacaru about tho capital Red wo could uso,
or blue or peugrecn or any shade of color
fancy, but tho posters which wo had pro
uincd to order printed in black and whito
must bo destroyed, and destroyed they wero,
Whon tho paper had been running about
two months wo mado tho announcement,
based on a careful canvass of tho kloskn, or
lows stanus, mat our circulation m uio city
of Paris was six times as largo as that of our
vonerablo rival. Tho said rival hatmeantimo
reduced its price from eight to four cents a
copy, upplied for a special wire to London,
and actually taken to printing sporadic items
of news. Oar htotement of comparative cir
culation was printed In tabular form, based
npon tho actual sales of tho kiosks. Tho
Dgures wero cni efully verified before publica
tion. They showed conclusively that tho
Puris fcalo of Tl'o JloruIng'Nows versus that of
Ltaglignani was six agaiubt ono. But though
this statement was true, it was, ucccrdlng to
French law, Illegal. Wo wero promptly sued
by tho enemy, who estimated his damages at
20,000 francs (C-4,000).
A LONG LAW SUIT.
Tho law under which our behavior had be
come actionable was that of concurrenco do
loyalo or "unfair conijietitlon." Wo might
saywhatovor wo cheso with regard to oar
own circulation, but wo must not mako coin
porlhons derogatory to our neighbors. Along
lawsuit followed. Tho truth of our htatcment
was not questioned did not, in fact, enter
into consideration ct all. Tho only point at
issuo was that wo bad mado comparisons
odious and presumably damaging to our rl vaL
Accordingly the ti ibunul decided against us,
and wo wero mulcted.
Another litigation was that with M. Clcra
oncoau. I hod cent a reporter to Intervlow
tho great Radical loader and had Atisficd
myself of tho genuineness of tho Intervlow.
In it occurred tho expression "cliquco tap
acuscs" (noisy cliques), applledby M. Clom
enccau to i; section of his own political fol
lowing. Tho auti Clcmenccau papers got
bold of tins phrase and used it with decided
effect A fow days afterward I received
word from Cleiiicnccau that wo must deny
tho wholo interview. I replied that I would
modify uny part of it upon M. Clomencoau's
authority, hut that to stultify ourselves by
swallowing tho ontlro story, even to the fact
that an interview had taken placo, was quite
out of tho question. Thereupon suit was
brought against me, damages being laid at
100,000 francs. The French courts decided
In Clemenecuu's favor. It did not appear to
be at all a question of fact as based upon tho
evidence. Tho undisputed testimony as to
the occurrence of an intervlow did not ap-1
porcntly como within the purview of tho
court. It was simply assumed to bo tho
right of M. Clcmoncoau to insist upon any
retraction ho wished. Had bo chosen to 'ask
us to deny not only tho fact that ho had beon
interviewed, but oven that such a paper as'
Tho Morning News existed, J am incliuod to
thiuk tho law would havo sustained him.
St Louis Dispatch.
What Is Fame?
"Der ain't no me tryin' a squaro shako In
dissher country," said a tough looking young
"What's do matter, p'locco onto you
"Nuw. But I und'stan Jimmy do Bruiser's
got tw Ico't as big a phortygraph in tho roguo'a
gollery a--I havo. Anybody knows I stand
higher in do profession dan ho dow." Wash
Nothing' announces rank, cduciMon and
good breeding in womon, moro thtm iio o cn
nexs of their disposition end tho iksirs to
A riiyulclon Talks About tho Philosophy
or Winners ana warning.
"Th'jro ia no hotter way to t)ll tho habits,
characteristics and occuiatlons of pooplo
than by tho way thoy walk," said a homoe
opathic physician of Brooklyn. "It is a most
Interesting study. Let us walk along Myrtlo
avenue, tha most cosmopolitan thoroughfare
in Brooklyn, and I'll try aud poiut out a fow
different typos for you. Thcro comes a so
ciety butterfly a pretty mis3 with mincing
stop. Sho looks Ixst In a poem, for you will
observo that tho upper part of her body bonds
over at an angle of nearly forty-flvo dogrocs,
mid that her high heels tilt her forward till
she feels sho is going to fall flat on hor face,
Tho instinct of self preservation makes hor
unconsciously stretch out hor opon bonds so
ns to savo herself when sho falls. I should
say it was very laborious work for her to
hobblo along and keep hor bustlo bobbing up
mid down and from right to left with such
"Hero comes an ofllco clerk. Ho has beon
at tho desk nearly all his life, for thero is
nothing human left about hi3 figure. His
right shoulder is throe inches highor than his
loft, his back js bont and his elbows stand
out From leaning continually over a low
desk with his Itigs crossed his pelvis has boon
thrown out of placo and tho right too turns
in. so that ho walks with a hoppity jump.
"That hard featured man across tho street
has been a convict Ho has tbo regular lock
step, and Ids right arm is unconsciously
stretched out in search of something to loan
on as bo Ixsnds forward. It wouldn't surprise
mo if ho sometimes rested it on soma one in
front of him.
"Tho man just ahead of us, nlthough re
spectably dressed, was no doubt a tramp tho
greater part of lus life. Notlco how ho shuf
fles along, scraping his feet on tho sidewalk
instead of lifting them up. He learned that
habit from walking long distances In shoes
without imy fastening.
"The fat woman over tbero can hardly be
said to walk. Sho propels herself along by
moving first ono sido aid then tho other. A
woman 'came to mo tho other day who was
so fat that sho couldnt put her two heels to
gether to save hor life, Sho off ered mo $100
to thin her down. I told her if I could do
that my fortuno would bo mode.
"Few people walk correctly bocauso thoy
never havo beon taught It is impossible to
stand erect when tho backs of tho hands ore
turned outward und the thumbs lie next the
person. Soldiers aro drillod to stand with
tho little fingers teaching tho stripes down
their trousers. If you walk with tho elbows
closo to the sides, and yon can see tho palms
of your hands us you swing them back and
forth, the bhouldcrs cant help being thrown
Tho doctor himself was almost as round
shouldered as the reporter. New York Even
ing Sun. J .
The Grow Chief Shr.L
Cnow Aqe.sot, Nov. n. The troops and
Indians had a skirmish Saturday, in which
Charles Sampion, a corporal in Troop K,
First cavalry, wero killed. Private Molloy,
of Troop K, wai wounded. Most of tho
Indiana wont back to camn, but a icoro or
moro took to the hills, pursued by cavalry.
Tho body of Sword Bearer, tha Indian medi
cine man and leader of the recalcitrants,
baj been brought to the agency. The kill
ing of tbe leader has raised the ire of -the
Indians, and they are unable to coaceal
their hatred for tho whito. They are vin
dictive in their talk. Deaf Bull, a warm
friend of Sworn Bearer, is said to be gath
ering the young bucks about him for
another battle .with the regular. Thoro
were about two hours of actual fighting
A Colnroil llontler Murdered.
PniLADKLPiHA, Nov. 8. David Lewis, a
rolored hojtlor, emolovel by J. W. Met
talf, at 458 North Eighth street, was mur
dered on Saturday night by tome unknown
party. He slept in the carriage room ad
joining the stable. "Yesterday morning he
was found dead in bed, tho left sldo of his
head crushed In with some heavy weapon.
William Keller, who was doing odd jods
around the stabhs, has been arrested on
Euiplclon of being the murderer.
A Spnrk A KB of Powder Uang.
PABKEnsBuno, W. Va,, Nov. 9. A terri
ble explosion is reported from Bridgeport,
near hero. Five men, named, respectively,
Henry Sober, F. Richter, Jacob Kesslor,
Julius Buchholz and John Elkas, were tem
porarily occupying a frame building near
their work. Whilo Bitting around for sup
per, smoking tlwlr pipes, a keg of pow
der in the room exploded from a spark fall
ing into it The building was wrecked and
the live men scattered everywhere. Two
of them, Richter and Buchholz, wore killed.
The other three are terribly cut and bruised
and may not recover. Nothing was left of
the building except some fragments. The
mou all had largo families.
A Klier. IT Convicted of Murder.
Saw Antonio, Texas, Nov. 8. Sheriff
Thuinm, of Hodina county, was convicted
at Bones on Saturday of tbe murder of J.
W. Hlldebrant, a lawyer of this city, and
lentenced to twenty-five years In the penl
tentinry. The murder occurred at Castro-vllle,-th9
county seat of Medina county,
lost July. Thumm has killed so many men
that he has become tha terror of western,
Texas. His trial was taken to Bones on a
change of venue, .
The Teutleee Feud.
NAhhvilue, Tenn., Nov. a John El
Alexander shot Jackson Blackwell and son
from ambush Saturday near Contreville,
Tenn., with a double-barreled shotgun, and
thon killed himself. Tha men were farmer
and neighbors and a feud had existed be
tween them for some time. The Blsckwolls
will die. r
The Strike a Failure,
PvOOIiestkr, N. Y., Nov, 8. Tha printers'
itrike ia admitted by tho striken themselves
to bo a failure, tho best meu in each news
paper office having returned to work and
tlio others aro ready to taka thoir cases.
Tho meu and women who remained at work
or came In during tho strike will bo re
tained. Vessel I.OBii.
CnEiiovoAS, Mich., Nov. 8, Tho damage
and total losj to vosiel property for tha
month of October in tho straits aud vicinity
from Fox Inland to Hammond's Day, on
L'ike Huron,, can he fairly estimated at
0,000, besides tho loss of eighteen lives.
Joseph Oliumberluln Arrives.
New Yokk, Nov. 8. Mr. Josoph Cham'
berlain, member of parliament for Birming
ham, and delegate to tho Washington fish
eries commission, arrived from Liverpool
.on tho iiirurw tills morning.
J l4'M fmtao
with dieenee or derangement of the liver,
resulting in poisonoiiR accumulations in
the bit od, Hi'rofulousnflYcii ins.Btck-head-itches
and dieaso-i of the kidneys, lungs
or heirt Thi'eo troubles can be cured
only by gnini: to the primary cause, Hnd
pulling the liver in a healthy condition,
To Hcunmnlifh this result speedily and
fleet ti ally, nothine has proved itself so
flicHcioua s Dr. Pierce's " Golden Med
ical D scovery," winch has never failed to
do the work claimed for it, and never will.
Thk iemnins of Gus Welch, a former
citizen of Aberdeen, were interred at that
pi ce fcumlny afternoon. His death oc
cured last Friday, at Paris, ICy. Ho was
nventy-eiitht vere old. His wifp, who
waau"Mi8 MidghHll, survives him.
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Most attractive Btoro in town in "Cor
Building." Fine old wines and liquors
toi mrdica. purposes. Pure drugs.
I'mlot "ftiflpfc in rortl vap1''
rOBNIHUED BV W. A. NORTON.
Saturday's Closing-December wheat 73;
May wheat 78J4; May corn, 45$ ; January
'io-dny'H ipeiln!-December wheat, 73;
My whea ,7fj;724;Mny corn,45.
CotteeVIfi - .....
Uolasses, now crop, porgal..
sorgum, Fancy Now......
nugar, y ono wit a, M
Sugar, extra C, ) tt... .........
ugar, granulated $ tt...
Sueur, powdered, per lb
uear. Mew Orleans. W lb,
I.8flJ9f "pi ID
Uml Oil, head light ty gal...
tiacon, breakfast 9 0
Macon, clear sides, per lb....
tiacon, tiams.tH id..... ..,
Bacon, Hboulders.per B
Klour, Limestone, per barret
tnour,uiu uoia.per Dirrei
Flour, Maysvllle Fancy, per barrel
Flour, Mason County per barrel......
Flour, Royal Patent, per barrel........
Flour, Maysvllle Family, per barrel
Flour, Graham, per sack:. ......
uuuuyf pur iu
Hominy, Vt ftallon........
Onions, par pecb ........
pfttntnAP n rer peck .-
Apples, por peck ........
WANrEDr-Vanderbllt's4ti ,0in,00 book Is
renrty. Homethlngnew. BigWugp made
dally. Reralnlsceucien of tbe two Vander
bllU. "Cornell and Ulll,"showliiK how they
made f 10 a fecond day aud nliiht lor 40 y ara ;
tht-lr huge Jolt e by land and sea, narrated for
the flr.-t time without (ear or Javoi ; p rfect
photographic llkone ses of Commodore Van
deiblli a il family, t ken for the author In
1HM and 1878; most humorous book ever Issu
ed; men, women aud children can sell I 0 a
da ; 16 cents gets a sample; county rig U
pivm. Tbe Lloyd Publishing Co., Boston,
WANTED A white woman to do family
washing. Apply atTHia OFFICE.
WANTED -Ladies tor our Fall nndCbrht
mu8tiade, to tnke light, pleasant work
attbelrowu homes. 81 to S3 por diy can be
quietly made. Work sent by mall any dis
tance. Particulars free Nocauvasslug. Ad
dress at once, ORESi.'ENT AlU' CO., 147 Milk
street, BoHion, Mnss. Box 5170.
INTKNUINQ ADVERT1SHRS Mionld ad
drebH GEO. P. HOWKLL & CO., 10 Hpruce
street, New York City, lor select llstol l,i00
newspapers. Will be went free on application.
WANTED-2U.0U) live lurkeyu. Highest
market pi Ice paid. '
d&wlranl F. H.TUAXEL& CO.
FOR RENT-A Rtiiil hoiixc on Hutton
atteet, adjorulngildoiici-oi W. Hhack
leford. n7llit J. F. H-vRBOUR.
ITiOR RENT A wwen octave piano In good
J order. Apply toBULLEriN OFFICE.
FOR RENT My residence on Forest ave
uue. Five rooms and Kltotien, ueod cel
lar. Apply to B. P.MCCLANAHAN. nldlw
wrrwm'i.i pwwhw y jmw immtiwtrrwmmimm$imwm
FOR BALE Chickens a trio each of Brown
Leghorns and Black Spanish, pure bied.
Apply to UM.TABB. n8dSt
ijiOR HALE A iwo-blory t amp dwelling'
X1 bouse oil north side of Fore.st avenue.
Uood price and terras.
n4dflt O.B.JUDD, Agent.
IjiOR HALE Immediately, a seven octave
' piano, The lnhtruinent can be seen at
a. iiHUCKe's resmence, trinn warn. Appiy to
FRANK. HAUCKE.BT. Charles Hotel. n2d5t
IOH HALE My residence on West Hecotid
H Btreet. A. H. THOMPSON.
tOR BALE OR RKNT-Tbo desirable resU
' deuce now occupied by Mr Buuvary on
tne south Hldu of KaNt Fourth stre,et; on easy
terms', possessloa given October 1st
sltidlf CHARLES PHI8TER,
STUA"YED ORBTOLEN A bol-tnilfd olack
cfit Irom a rcsldouce on button street. Re
turn to Clerk's office and receive reward. d2t
.i i i ...i
OBTBaluriUy, h bunoli o koys. lllurn
to THjq QFFJOBaud .borewarded p8q3(
A Noted Divine Says:
I have been welbijl'Btt'M Elver Pllle)
for lypept, 'Weak Stomach ad
CostlvemeitB, watk wblch X have leas;
toeei Bff llcteU.
ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING.
iBovcrliaUaHythiHs; to do me so rtucU
(rood. I reccoinrncud them to all an
tbe best medicine In exlatance.'
Rev. F. K. OHOOOW, New York.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
KIRK & SHAFER.
New Ment Btore, at No. 77 East Second
street, near Yancey A lexndfir's JJv(-ry ma
ble. Choice tresb meals constantly on hand
at mwntet pr.ces. Your patrouago Is solla
1ITIUH AN HA SI. Flt.VZ lit,
- -87 Second street, dealer In '
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY,
School Supplies, etc Cull and exnmluo my
now Hue oi Falf aud Winter Guoda.
Wo nro author eed to announce that
W. O. PELHAM Is a candidate lor, the olHoe
of Mayor at the January electloui 1&1 , '. I
We aro authorized to announce that R. R.
PBA.KUH'.. J It.. Is a candidate tor re election.
to tbe onlce of Mayor at tbe January eleo
tlon, 18M. '--j-
ron TREASURKIl AND COLLECT iB.
We aro authorised to nnnounco tint Fll.
TRAXECi Is a candidate for c'olleotor and
Treasurer at tho olty election to bo held lb
nrst Mouuay in januaty, nam.
We are authorized to announce that O. 8.
LKACH Is n candldato for re-election, to the
onlce nt Collector andTreasurerJat tbe Janu
ary election, ti 8.
Wo aro authorized to annonnoe ADSTIrJ
HOLMKd as u candldato for Collector and
Treasurer at tlio Jan airy election, 18S8.
Woare RUtboilzed to announce that W. B.
DAWSON I omidldato lor tbe offlcoot City
Mnrsbal, ai tho January election. 18X1.
Wearonnlhorleedlnnnnonnce that JAMES
11KKL1N I a candidate lor ro-eleollou to tbe
omco of Clt.v Marebal at tbe January election,
We are an lionised to announce C. M.PH1S
TERaiao dldnte lorr-elecllou totheoffiga
of WbaritnM ,iti -.nt tbe January olectlou, l9e$L
J. W. SPARKS & BRO.,
No. 24 Market street, put oa
sale this day great bargains ia
Dress Goods, Cloaks, Jacket,
Underwear, Hosiery, Glovea,
from SO cents to 15 conts por yard;
Two hundred Jackets, with Hoods, at
an insido price;
Ladies' fine Merino Vests nt 45 and JM
Gentlemen's Medicated (Underwear,
very fine, at $1 ;
One hundred Bed Comforts at 76a, 90e..
$1 00, $1.25 and $1 50 each ;
Five thousand yards of Jeans to be
sold at wholesale prices ;
4-4 Floor Oilcloths 25, 30 and 35 centa;
Latest styles Dress Trimmings cheap ;
Big bargains in Flannels, Blankote,
Ginghams, Prints and Muslins;
Fifty cents buys the best white Shirt
iu this city.
fifiyOur prices are always tho loweaf I
24 Market Street
LOOK WHAT STARTLING PRICES' AM
BEING OFFERED BY
1 ponnd new Leghorn Citron -
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1 ponnd purei-tlok Candy. ....
1 nooniitood Baking I'owder..),!..
l large can AiuitaniMaruiued .il
1 dnxen largo PtCUIe ........ .... fi
a bottled Snider Home-made Cataup.
2 pound? oholco Mince MettU,.....M.. ,K
3 pounds best Jelly. ........ N
3 pounds be l Apple Butter at
2 pounds bent preserves ....:
6 pounds new Uticlcwhrat Flour. ....... ,
1 pound best newTnrRliiH Prnnefl...... ,.,... f
2 nachivzea At bucking Coffee MM M
IU brtrs Kood Soap M ... aS
IleadQuartera for Blrdu, Turkey s, Celery aW
N. B.-Ubolco laryo Pumpkins.
Close Our House'
Bargains in ovory depart
ment until that time, livery
body invited, to call.
W: W. HOLTON.
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A. ot Iiocal NewHpaporB. Oeo. . itowell A
Oa. 10. dprute stivet. N.Y
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