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SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 29, 1883 BOSSEB & MoOAETHY, Publishers and Proprietors, To Whom Addrwb Atx Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. A. It, Glascock it Co. Jerseys. T. J. Nollu Fresh oysters. On the waters cast your bread, And you will And It true, That when you're least expecting It, it will come back to you. Relief Sleeting. Tho citizens of Mnysvillo are urgently asked to attend a meeting at tho Courthouse this (Saturday) evening at half-past seven o'clock to deviso means for tho relief of tfio people raado homeless and destitute by tho fire on Ilord's Hill Thursday. It is an occurrence that appeals strongly to public sympathy, and it is necessary that such sympathy should be manifested practically and immediately. It has been considered best that a public meeting should beheld in order to arrange that relief may be given systematically and equally to nil the sufferers. Tho meeting should bo well attended, and the donations as liberal as it is possible tQ make them. Wo hope every person in tho city will make it a point to aid in such a worthy movement. m m Neitune Hall is to bo improved. Scarlet fover still prevails at Flemings-burg. Two new cases aro reported. Mr. D. Nonius, of Germantown, has a hen hatched on tho 10th of last March that is now tho proud mother of eleven chicks. Mrs. Samuel Gra.V of Cowan, Fleming county, was found dead in her bed a few days ago. She was seventy-five years old. m - Mr, Shaekker and a force of laborers aro at work to-day repairing the water main at tho corner of Limestone and Second streets. The premium crop of tobacco in Fleming county was grown by Mr. Lewis T. King, and amounted to about eighteen thousand pounds. The ladies will be interested to know that A. R. Glascock & Co. have just received a full stock of Jerseys of all kinds. Many of them are of entirely new stives. The members of tiiQ Confederate Association aro requested to meet promptly at tho hour named in the notice elsewhere, in order not to interfere with tho relief meeting, which will also bo hold this evening. Don't forget tho relief meeting to-night. Tho people it is designed to aid lost not o:ily their homes but all of their hold property beside, and they are utterly destitute. Tho case is one worthy of tho greatest liberality. "When symptoms of imtlaria appear in any form take Ayer's Ague Cure at once to prevent tho development of the disease, and continue until health is restored, as it surely will bo by the use of this remedy. A euro is warranted in every itibtance. m v o A The Confederate Survivors' Association will meet to-night (Saturday) in the quarterly court room at 7 o'clock. Members are requested to attend promptly at tho hour. J..M, Frazee, President. 0. J. Hall, Secretary. The street cars yesterday carried six hundred passengers. Tho business at any timo has never amounted to less than five hundred and fifty fares, and tho average since tho commencement has been considerably more than double that. The enterprise has carried with it tho cordial good will of tho peoplo, which has been thoroughly merited. The managers have been polite and obliging on all occasions and have done every thing possible for tho convenience of the public. There is not tho slightest doubt that tho venture is a successful one. The Churches. Rev. A. Boreing will preach at tho M. E. Church at Chester tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. Rev. S. II. Chester, pastor of tho Southern Presbyterian Church, who has been on a visit to friends in tho south for several weeks past, has returned homo and will occupy tho pulpit of tho Third street church to-morrow morning and evening. There will bo preaching at tho M. E. Church to-morrow morning and evening, by tho pastor, Rev. A. Boreing. Tho subject of tho morning sermon will bo based on Acts 1st and 8th. Tho evening text will bo taken from Matthew 3d and 10th. Tho classes will meet at two p. m. Letter List. List of letters remaining in the post-office at Maysville, Mason county, Ky., for the week ending Saturday, September 29,1883: Allen, Geo. W. (2) Allen, J. M. U. Bauer, Fred V. Bailey, Henry Hland, Fannie Burns, U. B. Hauler, Sam. Hash, Miss Sarah Kramble. 11. X. Brucken, Miss Maggie limine, airs, Ann. Hums, Miss Ellen Beaton, Hev. W.J. Haer. Marcus Bonny, Mrs. Maltha Bailey, W. U. Bouldln, Jno. K. Bowers, Mrs. Jno. C. Cunningham George Cooke, John T. Ciurlan, Michel Cunuluuham, jure. E. Coryell, V. ii Claire, Alary A. Cende, Mrs. H, T. D. Dawson, U. W, Davis, henry E. Kd wards, Miss Anna .Kills, K. P. French, Dr. J. C, Klnlty, Juine-Panon, John B. G. Gay, James I Gleaning, MhsD. Green, John ii. Harris, W. O. Hitchcock, U. Harris, Mrs. Eliza Hubbard, Miss M.E. Hamilton, G.J. Humphreys, Kobert Hill, Airs. Mary Harrises, Francis Henderson, Edwurd Houslor, win. I. Iugratn, Newton, Xshum, MNs Alay J. Jones, James Johnson, Jerry O. Jones, Miss Clara Keath, Joseph Kimneyer,n. A. King, Mr Kruger, Hev. J. 11. Kouuard, James L. Lahman, Fred Lane, John Law rod, Sarah Long A .vlhitlu Lord. Uosalluo W. M. Miller, James .Merlione, Hilda (2) Mollay.S.J. Marstou, J. M. Maze, Huuck (col) Muun, MIks Nnnnlo .Mc Michael, Lizzie Mason. John M, Mnddun, Henry S. Mulsone, Ellen Mac key, Barney Pelrce, Miss" Susan E. Payne, L, C. P wer, At is. J. IK Powo.l, Mis. Kato II. Rigan, Mary Uoblnsou, E. J. Hlekctts, J. Collins Ulchevon.MlssMollio Itudlolf, Johaune Beeves. Nella lUutlofl, Jacob mith, Evelyn L. Sturne. Maiv Smith, Lizzie Hhellon, Banks aanuers, J. J. T. Thomas Charlie Thompson, sylaruns lurner, uranuen Terry. W.H. Taylor, W. P. Ware, Wilier Wlllson, Coleman A. Williamson, Mrs Em. Williams. Geo rgo Wnrren, Alexander Williams Ann (col) Walnwright,C. waiu, jur. fa?" 1 .2. . tfJaaa... rf V. Young, Miss Mnndy Vouug, Miss Edith Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say advertised. M. C. Hutciiin's, P. M. m Uirthday Party. A social event of absorbing interest to tho little folks of the city took place at tho residence of Mr. A. T. Cox, vesterdav evening the reception by Miss Mary T. Cox of her little friends in commemoration of her eighth birthday. An elegant supper was provided, the tables were beautifully decorated with flowers and tho littlo hostess presided most gracefully. There was music and dancing the retreat sounding about eleven o'clock. The following is a list of those present with tho costumes worn: Miss Mary Poyntz embroldereded mull. Miss Mamlo Wood rose colored cashmere. Miss Llda Koger.s, blue silk, white lace. Miss Nettle Bobiuson, mull and lace. MKs Fanuie Frazee, embroidered muslin. Miss Sallle Wood, white luce, blue trimmings. Miss Bosa Pickett, white, blue trimmings. 'Miss Louise Poyntz, white lnco die.ss. Miss Mary Scudder. blue cashmere. 1 Mis Mary Huston Jauuary, plnkeashmeio ana met'. Miss Dora Hall, pink satin and lace. Miss Susie Hall, pink cashmeie and satin. Miss Atngiile Chllds white mull. Miss Nettle Newell, embnddered mull. Miss Khza Chllds. white dies. Miss Sophia Duke, lace and bluettlminimis MlssHosa Watson, white dress pink Miss Luelllo Pearce, mull and wlte satin. Miss MKs Lucy Shacklefoul, dotted swlss and blue silk. Miss Mary Cox, ombroldered mull. Miss Mary Lisle Aldersou, white over blue silk. Ml-s Ethel u Wall, pink silk, white lace overdiess. MKs Lolla Thoma, white lnee and pink silk. MKs Lizzie Sadler, darned white lace MKs Pauline Green, led silk, white lace overdiess. MKs Anita Peaice, pink cashmere and lace. MKs Catherine Tabb, pink satin, lace overdress. l Allss Lizzie Lnrew, white lace dress, MKs Lula Larew. while Incediess. MKs Ida Alexander, white lace dress, PEKSOXALS. Miss Mary Oldham, of Louisville, is visiting the family of Mr. Ed. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. John Heiser are visiting friends at Cincinnati and Louisville. Mrs. L. "W, Pierco and Miss Dorsey Stanton returned home this morning. Mr. W. D. Spalding and wife, of Cincinnati, aro the quests of Mr. Win. Davis Miss Bottle Berry, of Lewisburg, is tho guest of Miss Carrie Hubbard, of the west end. Major Henry T. Stanton, of Frankfort, has been appointed one of the Stale Board of School Examiners. Mr. Charles J. Habermehl, who has been visiting his cousins, tho Misses Weber, at Johnson Station, returned homo on Friday. Mr. Wood Pogue is studying theology at Lane Seminary with a vjew to entering tho ministry, a calling wo aro ho will honor. Mr, Phil G. Triplctt has been appointed manager of tho telephono exchange at Lexington and will ontor upon his duties on Monday. Ho is a polito and obliging young; man and gave perfect satisfaction to tho public and to his employers in the position ho held here. Sinch tho inauguration of tho internal revenue system in 1S02 tho grand total paid into tho Treasury amounts to over $3,000,000,000, of which Kentucky paid $147,000,000. But fivo States exceed tho amount paid in by our own Stato Now York, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Massachusetts. Tho tenacity with which peoplo abido by their faith in Ayer's. Sarsaparilla can only bo explained by tho fact that it is tho best blood medicine over used, and is not approached in excellence by any now candidate for public favor. A Wedding1 of Well-known Keatuckhuis at Georgetown. Commercial Gazette. One of tho prettiest weddings of the season took place last Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, at the Christian Church, Georgetown, Ky., the Rov. K. M. Gano Oflk'iating. The bride was a charming Blue Grass Belle, Miss Lulu Soper, daughter of Mr. Robert Sopor, of Georgetown, and the urootn Mr. G. V. Middle-ton, a Kentuckian by birth, but for several years a iesidcnt of Denver, Colorado, where he is inteiesled in mining and other operations. The church was decorate' I, tho central aisle, down which the procession came, being buried by a Uur.il gate, the silken ribbons of which two little pages in court costume, Masters Brackenridirc Grins hy and Noah Burch unfastened to admit" the bridal train. First, cunt the pivcs, then two groomsmen, Mr. II. C. Mullen, of Cincinnati, ami Mr. W. G, Crai, of then the bridesmaids, MUs Anna Stockton, of Maysville, and Miss L.iuri Hamilton, of Georgetown, followed by the groom and his best man, Mr. H. KinUead, of Denver, and last the bride and her first bridesmaid, Miss Lizzie Ihurgin, ot Scott county. The groomsman tiled to the rhrht, the bridesmaids to the left, leaving the happy pair side by side in the center of the chaticei. The ceremony was brief, but itupiessive, and at its conclusion the bridal party and a few immediate friends adjourned to the residence of the bride's parents, where kisses ami congratulations were bestowed, and a handsome collation was served. The biile wore an exquisite train of cream-tinted satin, over a petticoat of white brocaded plush. The bodice was trimmed with point lace and knots of orange blossoms, and the same ilowuis formed a coronet for the bridal veil. Her ornaments weie diamonds, the groom's ;ft, cmsNtimr of a superb crescent brooch and Tne bridesmaids three lowly yirls were dressed alike, in cream-tinted mull with garniture of Spanish lace a'd caniwl bouquets of rosebuds. The oridal gilt?, were numerous and beautiful. Mr. aim Mrs. Middleton are en ivute lo Denver, their future home, and the good wishes of the emiio community follow th"tn Among those present at the reception besides the bridal puty already nan ed were the M(Srs. Milton Muitu. and Frank Clary, Mrs Kate Sun nous and Mrs. Clary Stockton, sifters of tie bride; Mrs. Benj. R oert& ..ml Misa Lilley Brown, of Lexmgtoi ; MUs .Hie Graves, of Veisiilhs: .Mi R Stockton and a few others. CITT" j jlCB Vllti. Advertisements liberie l unoi nils beau Inj 10c per Hue for each lusertlrn. Try Lutnr(loui Ulry Mutter a. Insure with Salieo ifc Salloo. ?Ls!lin Mosquito bais an I nuulo to oulur at Hunt & PovIeV. A. Ii. Glascock & Co. have just received u new stock of ladies' an 1 Children's Jersevs in all colors. siUlt I'rcsh Oysters. I am receiving daily the best brands of fresh oysters, which will be served in any style desired, day or ufclit. I will also supply them by the can or half can. F. H.TitAXia, sSOdlw No. 20, Second Street. Something: New. Combined pocket book and dum in French and Persian Morocco, Salesmen's books in American, Kussia, and Alligator leather. Call and see them at Harry Taylor's, 23, Market street. Try Ayer's Pills and bo 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 restoie the torpid viscera to healthy action. 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 Wueixeu, sepStf Market sti eet. 3(AUUIEI. At Sherburne. Ky., September 23th, by Elder Hawkins, MUs LETiiA U, ADAMS to ALLIEKENNEH. iii;d. At Elizavllle, Thursday, September 20th, Mr. John II. Vausant, a;ed thirty years. KETAIIiJIAItKET. Corrected dally by G, W. Gciskx., grocer, Second street, Maysville, Ky, FLOUK. Limestone , 3 7 00 MayHvJllu Family 6 Si Ual vJOIU.II MM MtM. .. .. f.tt.t. 4 uo labOU UOUlllJ ItlMMIiMIMtllilMIIIMIMMIIDIHtKI) V -0 Kentucky Mills 0 00 Magnolia, new 5 75 UutteiVBtb 23jiaj f ?MHHIIMMMI tMMtMM.Ml. ... ito IMVtS, "(ll lIUZ.iltltltMIMIIIt .. Illllllllll Ml . T'j IL-IH f 1 ltvU,tlllllIMMt)"MHM(tMlllltlMMIt v LHH KvllHtltilt(IIMtllMtlMHMtIMMMHIItltllllltl XOal Molasses, lancy 70 Coal Oil, W gal 0 SuKar, granulated lb 10 ' A. Iti 10 " yellow b StfUl Comb Honey J... 15 Strained Honey V26 iianiH.hUKar cured tb j5 Hacon, breakfast " It- 15 Iloinlny, '0 uallou J5 Ueaus gallon 40 Potatoes pock, new w., 15 Cnt!oeM 12(t15 Sstalollslxeca. 1965. EQUITY GROCERY. CZi W; GIQISEL, No. 9,W, Sceon0 8t.,Op. Opera House, FrnltHand Vesetablesln season, Your patron oso respectfully solicited. fHdly D lTNeXt doo ville. iJ3 h WANTED. FOR SALE. far WANTED-To borrow $7,000 or 53,000 lor oi:o fir two yars. First mortaiz on Mason county farm land given. Apply at this offlco. s33wl TT ANTED A purchaser for a Jersey Hull J V calf, reitUturtfd In Amerlcau Jersey HtiU Hook. Call at my olllco. 6 W. H. HOLMES, Mayfcvlllo.Ky M)RBALE llotiMhold and k1t?hen fund JD ture, consisting of parlor fcet, waulroh, marble top bureau, waMi Mauds dlulwg loom tables, clulr.s, Ice chest and other articles too nuinetous to mention. Persons any of tho above named articles can yet them 1v calling ou MIW. MAItOAHUr FRANKLIN, Vall8t., Mahvllle, Ky. ngjlw IOK SAbK A uood Domestic sewltm li)ii ; chine, inquheof J. J. JtlcCarthey. ol the fit. Carmel 'bus for pi Ice. a'JJtf 17UU SALE Masou county farms A No. 1, l1 eontalnlu'i AM aciv, lu acies VM ncies, 112 acres lil ncie, N) iums. All Imptoved. Appiy to UAUUbTr .S. WALL, MavsvlIU, K. lS.Ufcv2v FOR RENT I?OH KENT My twotory brlclc houf corner Short an I Second Mieetw. size ot looaii thirty-two by one hundred leet. Well adapted forintln or tobacco Apple at KWEIGAimsiiitfUt stole. hHiI LOST. TOST At the talr mound ou in, a tiecUhico chain with a Caimo .set. The ilndtr wilt please leave it at this o trice. X XXOUNCKMKNT. WMnreauthorlzeil to announce that M. F. .MAIlsdl Ua candidate tot th office of Mayor ot the cit of Maysvlllent the January election, lsL We aie nuthorlzed toannnuuee that HOH-CE JANUaUV S a candidate tor n Mayor of Maysville, at the ehsulim January election. For 3Sarsha1. Wearotuuhoilzed to announce Mr. W. W WATKINs a a cMndliate tur Mntshal at the euMiliiK Januuiy eleettou, $L We aie aiuhotlzed to announce JaMES H ASSON, r., as it e uidldate tor city marshal at the Jaiiuaiy eldIon, Not one cent lor elecMi.neriii pnt oe. Weareauthoiized lo announce that V. B. DAWSON is licaudidalu tor the office of City Maivlml. at tho ensuing January election. He solicit tut MiMpoitot his friends. We a : e audio Ud to announce that .1 M ES REDMOND U it ei didate tor re-election a Marshal of Maysville at Jauuaiy leeilou. Thesuppoit ol hWfilend Is solicited. MR. UOHEHT W. 11ROWMNO announces that he ln e.t.dldute tor City Marh.il at the am! f fauuary elenilou, o i the rtrt lot-day in January, Isi. Youi uppuit U solicited. tNBtSr.T9m Bd q3inqsmd "ODSSiHTlHSTH ftl! mssnSiMSSii 229wSt(UXU SO&iiJtSSSSSSi L,.UV-)Ul Ji tot Slttttl'r. ,.i,. .1ilutt V 111 I oisiajn h u w a'jha ;j.. xvtu ip iun it inviiriQfiMviHM'r anx u v n aaArratauox''N'zzi x xiivn ntx ah Ktxxi.nvj vjm nuix .! :nur m i I'riMMKAfJ i A T On. hi PJrHM ' ini N it hi fm 4 3 irl Hft ILM uisrjvr,M rrnrrrrr for KM l-ar, .J MtZruvl rt of tntlrauoit . Slid., Cms !-.! Pompon:. Ej' Nmi t. TAmt u Stsn.li, Ilrrni Ml 't M .f. X iJ il'ZX P C 0 V I L? -T to siaanao I ra mo aq ra ii hi po Koxojr cjoq'vt gttTfXPaaaflg3fWWiweirt.Twa.jwd w.ijigrti Fresh OYSTERS. vecelvliiKdnPy thebost binndsofOys. rAM which will be reived Inall htylos. tor ale aWo b the can, hat-can ot la bulk at le.tsonabb jolces T. J. NOLIN, at HlerleyVcooiectlouery Moie, Second St. It. IIKW1TV i riUMCMN, r to Bank of myy&S soil r S. .MKVLKtt IIHO, Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather And JrUNJnXGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Sutton streets. mchlUdly MA SVILLK, KY. FOB. SALB. Two -Story BliICK House, Coutaliilnc seven orelyht rooms, In the city of Maysville. Will sell cheap and upon terms to suit purchaser. Call on or addrpNS S. K. MiTriU:LL,M. D., nCdtf HturpsbaiVi Ky, Jam prepaied to patut Busrules and of all kinds ou moioivaonable teims than any other painter in the city will oiler. I uaianteemy work to be llihtclabs. Leave older at Hail, Mitchell A Co.. l'onsio.a Jyld3m C, II. DEAL. &Alyow&healy8 Stato & Monroe St3. Chicago.. v WUIien.lprrUftnv JuMrcut .lr vJKff UANDCATALUUUE, (fUb'f "Hill, mt C'ltntt. Ketlrln t.tar1tFa Ml i 'ft. 1 . ' 1 ... tril ilrt'l t 1 V !LkrrUf. ir 1 a ai. &La A LaUitVLt tf Ctolc Md'M febiUdifewlV i n UL.. l ? m Mis n MEAT STORE. RC. KIHK has opened a dally meat mnr ket on Market street, next door to H. 11. LovelV, ami will keep all kinds ot tresli meat at reasonable prices and will deliver it In any part ot the city. Call ami tee me. uUdlim U.C.KIRK. TjlKAXK Ii;VXXK, Mnuufacturor of Proprietor of the celebrated brands : Hold tho Fort, Parlor Queen aud .Mother Hubbard. Best eltfnrs In the market, Fall variety of Hinokers' articles. Second street, ally MAYSVILLE, KY, OM) KKLTAULi: LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles ot all kinds, pood stock and careful drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or week on reasonable terms. Second St., between Market aud Limestone. THE lUCKTO OKT CHEAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE ORl9Jr.9at mchSldly . SUTTON STREET. FOR SALE. rpHE spliMidltl bin farm of Lewh F. JL HiooUh, near Minerva, and on the Dover and Minerva Turnpike. cotitainlimlTJacies n elegant brick dwelling, two good tenant houses, two of the !hiet tobacco barns in Mavon county, Rood Mnbles, orchards, and an abundance of water, and lenty ot tine tobacco laud. Apply to GAK11ETT S. WALL, sepSdArwlm Mnysville, Ky. 'iles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BROWNE PILE Ct RE UUcnronuy cave of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Pilea by a few applications Atilal will convince any one who Is suiloilng with this lonthsome disease that what we say is ttue. For sale by GEORGE T. WOOD, holeaIeDiug?lst, Maysville, Ky. CITY MILLS. ROBINSON & CO. Are still Krlnrilug corn and aie piepaied to llndyourowncoiuorexcliauaeatauy time. Wheat CUSTOM Grinding Will be done as heretofoie, wUen cood wheat Is biought to them. aOtlAwSm J.C.PECOR$cCO. Keep constantly on hand a full supply of School and ISIanlc BOOKS, Pencils Pens, Copy Hooks, Slates, Satchels, Inks, Wilting Paper, Envelope, Ac. Carpet and but'dln papui alwny In stock. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Pare Drups Tea-, Si lee, Patent Medicines, Dyi MtitK OlU hiuI VamWlus,( Tobacco Periumery, Todet Attlcle Ac., Av. m F T F. L. TRAYSER, :Uealer in P1AX0S OEGANS, ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ! PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I FYnul Ktroct. Jgnysvillc. A Geueral Kequest. 1 N re pon e to a very treueral tequet wo hae txoii uuiuerii to put upou tiumnuiec a tall Hue ot the best makes of f V'-'Ja jt? nil -i S -' -- pw SEWING MACHINES, which weotlerat leducedra'ts. Needles, OIU, autl Attachmunts tor all kludt ot .Machines constantly on hand. irirPKCIAL NOTICE. A ompetent workman In theotllce ill lepalranykli.dofSew. ln machine rtonintly and bntUtactjrlly, mu Ul nii them a good as new. A.SOUltlFSit SON, East Second street, Maysville, Ky. S30,000 FOR S2. Regular Monthly Drnwiii will 2 JlQtake place in the Misonlc IlaU, Louisville, Ky. I'll CltSDA r. Oct. ;?. JSS3, A Lawlul IiOMery ami I'nlr Drinvlns ehaiieredby the Legislature of Ky. ami twice declared loual by the hUbet court In the State. Houd ulven to Henry county In the sum of SiiNvno tor tho piompt pnyineal ot all A ItcMoIutlcHi lu Single Number llrawins. rtWEvery ticket holder his own supervisor, can cull out th number ou Ids ticket anil e tin.- eoritpondiiiK numter on the tau pi acts I in the wheel In his pieenco. These itiuwtnss will occur on the last Thursday ot every month. Head the mnultlcent Oetober Seheiuo. i 1 llZO .............. iiiiiiiiiMiiiniii.ni'iUVU 1 Prize 1 D.Ik. '..)........... ...() It. 4 A llfcU'lt'""' t...i a PiIzonSi'JU tfueu ioi rnze, iua eacn.. itjo rnzes, m eacn..., fiou Prizes, 2J each... 1000 Prizes 10 each... I ! ! .. JlllllllltMltltlMII o I'lUCs, i,mv oaen S Prizes, 3t.O each, Approx'u Prizes. ... H Prizes, mw each, ii Prize-, in) each. " " 2t) Prizes, ft k) each.... . . ..! ... ... I . I lt. .. ( HtMIM IMIIIMI ... ...! ... , 10,0110 5,0f0 fi,ono 2,700 1,$00 10,(00 10,030 10t00 10,000 1,857 Prizes, Si 10,00 niioli TleketH. S. irulf Tloliots, 61. 27 Ticket, 830, 5.1 Ticket 810U. Hemlt money or bauk draft in letter, or send bv express. DON1!1 SEND BY LETTKUOH POSTOFFICK OKDEU, until lurther notice. Orders of $5 and upward by expioss, can be seut at our own expeuse Address all orders to J. J. DOUGLAS, hoplid&wly Louisville, Ky. T J. MeLVUTlli:T. Licensed Auctioneer O v for Mason aud adjoining counties. Or dersleft at tho Uullktik oIUcq will receive ptompt atteutlou. l O. address Mt. Carmel.