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THUB5DAY EVE., SEPT. 7., 1883 BOSSES, & HoOARTHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addhess Am. Comxuxioations Now baby Edith bcas ns say, As strange as It mny seem, That two-forty slro of hora Declines to be hor team. , A, thousand dollars, so bo says, By nuy mnn laid down, Wouldn't pay (or hauling onco That carriage through the town. Tub days and nights oro now of equal length. Mr. Geo. Crowell has added a handsome veranda to his East Mayuville residence. ' "Rev. F. J. Crisp, of Carrollton, Ky., will preach at the Baptist Church this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Maypville needs a city engineer. There is plenty of work for euch an officer to do. We suggest the creation of the office. The Yeoman says the new opera houso now being erected in Frankfort will bo the handsomest in the. State when completed. Oysters wero never better in flavor than they are now. To know where to get tho best consult the advertising columns of this paper. Ciias. Connors escaped from tho city rock pile yesterday morning, but was captured soon after on tho Hills City turnpike by Marshal Redmond. The rag carpet to which a first premium was awarded at tho lato fair, was the work of Mrs. Sarah Dawson, of East Maysville, a lady over sixty years of ago. Three-cent car tickets for tho use of children under fifteen years of age can be had by applying at the company's offico, on Court street. Thirty-five will bo sold for one dollar. A at tho fair grounds to bo attended by some of of tho country, is talkea of as ono of tho attractions for next season. Tho idea is not a bad one and might be profitably carried out. Messrs. J. M. Frazee & Co. are obliged to keep a whip hanging at tho front door of their grain house, and to uso it constantly to keep out tho city hogs. Their loss by tho depredations of these protected pets amounts to considerable money in tho courso of a year. No other city in t'io United States would permit such things. Maysville is well prepared to open tho fall trade. Stocks have beou replenished in all lines and wo aro safe in saying our merchants wero never in tho history of the city better able to supply tho country trade. Our friends in the country aro urgently invited to como and see us, with tho assurance that they will be more than satisfied with tho inducements Maysvillo has to offer this season. Compliment nry. Wo notice from the Toronto, Canada, Daily Mail that Mark F. Kehoo, of this city, has been made Chairman of the committee on Ways and Means, of tho International Cigar Makers' Union, now in session in that city, and is otherwise taking a conspicuous part in tho deliberations of that body. It must be, especially gratifying to the unions in this section, who did him tho honor of an election, to know that ho is not lacking of confidence even in the international body. IIo will return homo this week. Unities. Tho handsome case of pearl handle knives, forks and carving sot generously contributed by Owons & Barkloy to tho premium list of tho fair, was inadvertently printed in tho official list as a cash premium, and it is thoreforo necessary to icalizo tho money from it. To do this it has beon left at Ilechinger Eros. & Co.'s and will bo raflled at $1 a chance. A handsome silver wator sot and dairy cup is also on exhibition and will bo rallied at tho same price per cliance, for tho benefit of certain poor people of tho city. The twenty-ninth annual fair of tho Union Agricultural Society of Mason and Bracken counties, will bo hold at tho beautiful grounds nuar Gormaniown, beginning October 10th and closing October 13th. This fair has hold n prominent position nmong tho leading fairs of tho State for tho past quarter of a century, and is acknowledged to bo socond to nono. This year there is a larger premium list than usual, and many now attractions, among which aro wheelbarrow races, foot races, bioyclo races, a baby show, ladies', gentlemen's and misses' ' riding and driving matches. Currior's celebrated Cincinnati band has beon engaged for tho woolc. To procure promium lists address 'J. A. Walton, Secretary, at Gormantown. PERSONALS. Mr. Joseph Throop of Poplar Plains, is in Maysvillo to-day. Mr. David Hcchlnger will leave in a few days on his pilgrimago among tho great clothing houses of the oust. IIo promises some startling bargains in tho latest Btyles of goods in his lino on his return. Liberal Kates. To-morrow (Friday) is Kentucky Day at tho Cincinnati Exposition. There will be a grand concert and a magnificent fruit and floral display and other features to render the day ono of unusual attractiveness. To givo everybody an opportunity to attend tho Kentucky Central has generouply arranged to sell round trip tickets from all points on the Maysville Division of tho road for $2.25, which includes admission to tho exposition. These tickets will bo on sale September 28th, and will bo good to return on a special train leaving Covington at 12 o'clock tho same night or on any regular train on Saturday, September 29th. The postmaster at New Orleans has notified the Postmaster General that ho has been ordered by tho State Court to deliver mail matter addressed to the Louisiana Lottory Company through tho Now Orleans National Bank, and asked for instructions as to what ho should do. He was directed to obey the order until it should bo reversed or modified, and to consult with the United States Attorney there. Tho latter official has been directed to take tho necessary stops for tho removal of the case from the State Court to the Federal Court, and to move at onco for tho dissolution of tho injunction prohibiting tho postmaster there from retaining lottery mail matter directed to tho bank. The heavy freight and passenger traffic over tho Kentucky Central Railroad has steadily increased since tho opening of the extension, until all available facilities aro employed to secure prompt and satisfactory service. Tho road is in excellont condition, intelligent and and with its Chesapeake & Ohio connections, it competes successfully with the trunk lines north of the Ohio for its share of tho through trado and travel, while the oxtension brings it a largo and valuable accession of Southern business. Tho accommoda tions liberally extended to tho public in the way of extra trains, excursion rates, etc., on all important occasions, and the care and promptness with which all its business is transacted, have combined, with other admirable features of the present management, to make the K. C. ono of the most deservedly popular roads in the countrv. The oilice of tho Deputy Revenue Collector will be closed to-morrow morning at eleven, and will not be open for business until Monday morning. This is necessary in order to allow Mr. Phister time to preparo his legular monthly reports. 11EIllfiNlTEMS. Mr. David Cheesiinui, who has been a mot efficient and popular clerk on th- late W. P. Thompson, Is visiting his parents this week. Mrs. Sarah Sones, of Locust Cottage, Is entertaining one of her sisters of Esculaplu. Mr. Alex Ellis, late cleric with Mr. Palmer, a most energetic young man, Is now enguged at Spear's tobacco waiehouse. A well-known gentleman of this town Is engaged In a large wholesale liquor house ol Cincinnati. We wouldn't be surprised to hear of a marriage soon In the vicinity of 'Idlewlld." Ouc of the Best. Louisville Post. The Maysville Daily Bulletin has been enlarged to a six column paper, and is ono of tho best of our exchanges. Candidate Foraker dined recently in an Ohio country town, where lie was to make a speech that evening. "At the dinner," says tho local paper, " Foraker cut tho corn from his roasting ear instead of gnawing it from tho cob. His constituency in this neck of woods can't stand any such aesthetic and gilt edged procecdure." A North Carolina girl had her hand completely severed from tho arm by an ax. Tho physician, not being in a condition to amputate tho arm above tho wrist, replaced the hand and secured it with silver stitches and adhesivo plaster, and, having bound both arm and hand to a board sjiliut, ordered them to be kept warm with hot flannel cloth. Tho third day pulsation could bo plainly felt in tho hand, which had also changed its color. Says tho physician in chargo : "I removed" tho sutures on tho fourteenth day, and afterward Bho carried tho hand in a sling, and is now three months after tho accident able to extend tho fingers and grasp with nearly tho usual strength." Tho unluckie,st man in Georgia lives in White county. In attempting to cross tho river in a bateau it capsized and thiow him into tho water. Trying to reach tho boat his foot caught in a snag and wrenched it, losing at tho samo timo a $20 watch, his hat, a shoo and tho boat. Ho finally reached tho shoro, and was hobbling across a fiold when a largo, ferocious bull started for him. Reaching a treo ho climbed it lively enough to escape tho bull, but also lively enough to got into a hornet's nost. Tho hornets objoctod. and ho sprang to another branch, which broke, letting him fall to tho ground, fracturing his wrist. With tho broken branch no kept tho bull nt bay ond managed to oscapo. All this happoned on a Friday. Fashion Notes. Dresses will bo worn shorter this fall than usual. Baskets of flowers havo taken the place of bouquets for bridesmaids. In Bpite of every effort to the contrary, hoops are bound to force themselves into favor again. Tho long Russian circular, covering tho wearer from throat to foot, is of lurge importations for midwinter. Laco stockings are coming into vogue again for evening wear. Plain hose of bright colors will do worn underneath. Patent lenther shoes will bo the style again this winter. There will bo neither buttons or strings but elastic set in tho sides, after the fashion of tho "Congress gaiter " of years ago. Advertisements Inserted under this heading 10c per Hue for each Insertion. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. m Mosquito bars and mado to otder at Hunt k Doyle's. Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all colors and sizes, at Hunt & Doyle's. Tho tenacity with which people abide by their faith in Ayer's Stirsaparilla can only be explained by the fact that it is tho best blood medicine ever used, and is not approached in excellence by any new candidate for public favor. m Fresh Oysters. I am receiving daily the best brands of fresh oysters, which will bo served in any style desired, day or night. I will also supply them by the can or half can. F. II. Traxel, s2Gdlw No. 2G, Second Street. Try Ayer's Pills and be cured. Misery is a mild word to describe the mischief to body and mind caused by habitual constipation. The regular use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills in mild doses will restore tho torpid viscera to healthy action. Fresh Oysters. I am receiving daily the host brands of fresh oysters, which will be served in any style desired day or night. I will also supply them by the can or half can. slSdlm Juiin K.uropfan Hotel. Something New. Combined pocket book and in French and Put Man Morocco Salesmen's books in American, Uusia, and Alligator leather. Call and see them at Harry T tylor's, 23, Market street. When symptoms of malaria appear in any form take Ayer's Ague Cure at onct to prevent the development of the dip-ease, and continue until health is restored, as it surely will be by the use of this remedy. A cure is warranted in every hi&tance. Fresh Oysters. Fresh Baltimore oysters of tho best grades, and the finest of the season, just received. As usual, my prices will be as fair and reasonable as I can make them. John Wheeler, sepOtf Market stteet. Men's and boys' canvas button and front laco shoes, cheap. Misses side luce, 75 cents. Ladies opera slippers(l$l. Men's sewed calf bals and congress gaiters, London toe, S1.00, and a largo stock of boots and shoes at prices to suit any one. Call and investigate at augldtf 0. S. Miner & Bro's. liY.AV TOHACCO. Cincinnati, Sopt. 'JO. The mniket, under lame oilerlugs, was easier yesterday than It closed last week on all clashes, from fancy cutting down to Inferior trash. Like tho provlous week, tho larger portion of tho breaks consisted of good and medium grades, though there was onough fonov to satisfy all thoe who wanted it at still higher prices. Though the market lacked tho spirit, and the activity was not shown ns was last week, thoie was uochauge In quotations. 'iho otrerinss for the week to date aro 073 hhds. Tho avorago prlco for thoG73 lihds, oflered yesterday was $13 74 against 83 01 the same day last year. KUTAlijlAllKET. Corrected dally by a. V. Geiskl, grocer, Second street, Maysvillo, Ky. FLOUR. Limestone 8 7 00 Maysvillo Family 6 '25 Old Gold 7 OJ Mnson County 9 -o Kentucky Mills 0 00 Magnolia, now S 75 butter, V tt 23080 Laid,V5 It'-i Eggs, tidoz '.'0 Mealy peck 'JO Chickens 15(3-5 Molasses, fancy 70 Coal Oil, fr) gal ;. L'O Bugar, granulated V lb 10 " A.Wlb 10 " yelfowtatb 819 Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey 12$ Hams, sugar cured to la Bacon, breakfast HI lb 15 Hominy, 1 eallou 15 Means ) gallon 40 Potatoes V pock, now .. 15 CoHoe... 12&15 FRESH OYSTERS ! Best brands served In any stylo, DAY On NIOHTnt R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant, My establishment has latoly been fitted up In handsome style, and supplied with eve r convenience, Cooking unexcelled. It. M. WILLETT, s20d3m No. 8. Market street, WANTED. borrow 87,000 or 98,000 lor oo or two yearn. First mortgage on Mso oonaty fitim land gira. Apply at lb it offle. s23wl 'fTTTANTED A. pnrohiwor for rt Jursoy Hull YV calf, registered In American Jry Hard Book. Call at my nfllce. sfl W. H. HOLMES, Maysyllle, Ky FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good Domestic sewing Inquire of J. J. MeCurthey, ol the Mt. Carmel 'bus for pi Ice. a'&tf FOIt SALE Good building lots In Chester. Price from 8100 to 8150. Will sell on monthly payments. Apply to M.F. MARSH, ago ut, Sutton street. FOH SALE Mason county farms A No. 1, containing 223 acres, 18U acres 131 acres, 112 acres, IWJ iwres, hO acres. All Improved. Apply to GARRETT S. WALL, Maysville, Ky. sl8d&w2w FOR RENT. T70R RENT My two-story brick hou, corner Short and Second streets. Slzo of rooms one hundred feet. Well adapted forgrnln or tobacco, Apply at ZWEIQART'S ratal atoio. sUd LOST. Monday, btwon Msysvllla and j Sitrdls, a lanther sachet, containing about 83o lu money, and other articles. Return to Rev. W. W. Spates, SarJls, and be tewitrdvd. sVSd3t POUND. Maysville nnd Wishing L ton. a huly'suo'auier cloak. Apply it NEWELL A HENRY'S, Market ".'trent llill HOUND ' Key and bums chain. Apply at thlsolllee. s25d2t bunch of keys. Apply at ttils IT otllce. s2ti F iOUND lice. Wntch cunluT Apply nt this AXXOUNX'OIIWT. For Muyor. Wenienuthmlzed to announce that M. F. MARSH Is a candidate tor the oillre of Mayor of the city of the Juuuary election, ISM. We are authnilzed to announce that HORACE JANUARY is a candidate for as Mayor of Maysville, at the ensuing January olectlou. For MnrHlml. WeareouthoHzed to announce Mr. W. W WA I'KINfs as a candidate for Marshal at the ensuing January election, ISsl. We are nuthorlzed to announce Ja.MES H AHSON, Mr., as a candldato for city ninmhiil at the January election. Not one cent tor electioneering purposes. Wtiir uuihoilzed to announce that W. B. DAW.-ON is a candidate fur the otllce of City at the ensulnu January electlou. He the !iiipoit of his friends. W-n iu authorized to ntinouncath'il JAMES REDMOND 1 it ca lor re election n viiush'al ol tayvllleat thee xulinj January The support o- hln trlends is solicited. MR. ROBERT W. BROWNING nnnounces that lie Imi cndldate torClty MiirMial at the Jammiy election, on the tlit Monday in Januiuy. lssl. Your support ! solicited. f lt. DKWITT C. FIIAXKU.N, DENTIST, - HTNext vllle. Mri , .r i nn h sat a I 530,000 FOR 82. Vejinlnr .Monthly Iruniiir will MQlake place lu the Mnnnic Hall, Ma- Mmle'lYnipleliulldlug, Louisville, Ky. THURSDAY, Oct, 8o,lSS3. A Lawful I.oftery mid Kiilr Iriufinics chaiteied by tho LecNInture ot Kv. and twice declared leal by the hlahet court lu the State. Bond idven to Henry county lu the sum of 3uX),U00for tho piompt payment of all pilzesold. A Revolution lu Single Number Drawings. HTEvery ticket holder his own supervisor, can call out the mini her on his ticket and see the corresponding number on the tat; placed In the wheel In his presence. These drawings will occur on the last Thursday of every mouth. Read the magultlreut October Soliiuc. i Prlzo 531,000 1 Prize I i,ji,0 1 Prize 5.0IM 2 Pilzes,'.',500 each 5.0(H) 6Pil7.es. l.tiOeach 5,000 9 Prizes, 300 each, Approx'u Prizes.... 2,700 0 Pilzes, aw each, " l.soo G Pilzes, 100 each, " " 000 2J Prizes, 500 each 10,000 100 Pilzes, too each 10,000 200 Prizes, 50 each U',000 fioo Prizes, 20 each I0,i00 1000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000 1,857 Prizes, sITo.loO WlioloTicUctti, 82. If nl r Tickets, 91. 27 Tickets, $30. 55 liolcets stlOO. Remit money or bank draft in letter, or send by express. DON'T SENP BY LETTER OR POSTOFF1CE ORDER, until further notice. Orders of ioiyid upwaid byexpiess, can be sent at our own expense Address all orders to J, J. DOUGLAS, sepI'dAwly Louisville. Kv. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OF THE- EQUITABLE ife Assurance Society. Instead of lnvestlnc In stocks, bonds or other securities or depositing lu Savings Rnuks EXAMINE THIS PLAN of Insurance, which not only yields a return ns an Investment, but gives Immediate Indemnity in case of death. Assets $48,000,000. JOS. F. BRiODHiXC2, Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY MEAT STORE. TJ C. KIRK has opened a dally meat mar-It. ket on Market street, next door to R. B. hovel's, and will kee nil kinds of fresh meat at reasonable prices and will deliver it in any part of the city. Call and see me. alldOm R.C.KIRK. TjWtAXK IEVINE, Manufacturer of OIGABS, Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold tho Foit, Pnrlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Best cigars In the market. Full variety of smokers' articles. Second street. ally MAYSVILLE. KY. p h. m.VKit a into, Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Leather And FTNMKGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets. rnch31dly MAYSVILLEVKY. FOR SALE. Two -Story BRICK House, Containing seven or eight rooms, In the city of Maysville. Will sell cheap and upon terms to suit purchaser. Call ou or address S. E.MITCHELL, M. D., a2dtf Sharpsburg, Ky. lEstablisiaed. 1865. EQUITY GROCERY. Gr. V. GEISEL, No, n,W, Second Nt., Opp. Opcni Ilonno, Krultsand Vegetablesln season. Yourpntron xe respectfully solicited. iUdlv &A LYOM&HEALY State & Monroo Sts.. Chicago sa!WM M1I ,ni! rmlj loany ildruthir AND CATALOCUE, Tor IiiM. .'- lf. .10 hnzrxlnn 1 "Spi"11? of oitrutnnU. Sulu, C-P-, IVlu. PtmtMOft. EmnbU. CftpL&uipt. SUndu Drum Muor'i Pt!Tv tut nail, pupiir nn vmnu, jtrptiriuif Mitfrfuls uo Inclu "w Inttruftion n.l fir Am.tur ItttuJi. and ft C.ltioirui' Ml'l. .(Cboik tasil lliulc febl2dAwlv A Spocillt. for all Disease of the c KIDNEYS. R LIVER. CRAVELSNA. BLADDER. V A Pills, 3G Dosos, $1.00 3. T. LEE, Lebanon Pike. Cincinnati, O. Bent by mall postpaid on receipt of price. T. Lowry, :Dealer In: F ML GROCER IS Teas, QueoiiKware. Cigars. CIassvare, 1 Tobaccos. Motions. iriuliest cash mice nnid forcountrv nioduce. JylJ at Coiner Kouith and Plum streets. T1 " I '"'" f wwpy ("in IiuWnimadou of Kidneys, Liver and Hud"', dr. ; lust .iepoi's. ana muueies, at .'itiK' iis,a.s ' tfu' l nnary w Mi: it t id live iniuKiuuu, iraa n. 'o;i; uni.at AUeelluus, uytpijnj" if . -, k m ars' .... ab uosoa tor turesuoui. 2I.UU) .Z W KUCIUUAUSUI Ol XJ the Joints. onm PS. 5is Iiiil.unmatlonol V- the Vre'hm. A "Specific lot Jr Sf.m !'i thu HIiuIiUt: Lucop OfJ rhoi.i "l the Prostati Jy Gland, Urljfht s DUOiUtol the Kiaueys S J.T . IiEE. Cincinnati, O. Rev. Father Wilds' EXPERIENCE. The Itev. Z. 1. Wild, well-known city missionary In New York, nnd brother of the late eminent Judge Wilds, of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, writes as follows : "8 E. 51r7( .5.. AVw York, May 10, 182. Mkssiis, J. C. A vint A: Co., Gentlemen : I.a9t whiter I was troubled with a niO!t uncomfortable itching humor allectlng more especially my limbs, which Itched so intolerably at nilit, ninl burned so Intensely, that 1 could scarcely bear any clothing over them. I was also a HUttfrer from nsoero catarrh and catarrhal cough; my appetite was poor, and my system a good deal run down. Knowing the value of AVEU's bv observation of many other cases, and from personal uso Informer years, I began taking It lor the above-named disorders. My appetite Improved almost from the first dose. Afur a short tlnio tho feveriiiulltehliigwero allayed, nnd all signs of Irritation of the skin disappeared. My cttarrh and cough wero alo cured by the same menus, and my general health greatly Improved, until it Is now excellent. I feel a hundred per cent stronger, and I attribute theo results to tho ui" of tho SAitAi'Alilt.LA, which I recommend with all confidence as the host blood medloiiio ever devised. 1 took It In small doses three, times a day, and used, In all, less than two bottles. I place these facts at our borvice, hoping tholr publication may do good. Vours respectfully, Z. P. 'Vil.PS." The abovo lustanco Is but ono of tho many constantly coming to our notlco, v hlch prove tho perfect adaptability of Avun's SAnsAtumi.UA to the euro of nil diseases arising from hnpuroor Impoverished blood, and a weakened vitality. Ayer's Sarsapariila cleaues, enriches, and strengthens the blood, stimulates tho action of tho stomach and bowels, and thereby ambles tho sjstem to resist nnd overcome the nttacksof n Scrofulous Diseusts, Eruj twns of the Skin, Jlheumatism, Catarrh, General ?eHlltil,nm all disorders resulting from poor or corrupted blood and a low state of the gjstom. rnEi'AiiKn nv Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price fjl, six bottles for 5. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS -Best Purgative Medicine cure Constipation. Indigestion, Headache, and all Ullious Disorders. Sold everywhere. Always reliable. J J. SleCAUTIIKY.Llconsed Auctioneer ( for Muson nnd adjolulm; counties. Orders left at tlio BULT.KTIN ottlco will recelvo prompt attention. i O. address Mt. Carmel.