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THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVENING. NOV. 3, 1883. BOSSER tz. MoOAETH Y, Publishers ( Proprietor, Wfe hiade a vow thnt we'd forsake The Dovll, brauoh and root, And when we started heavenward We'd take tuaHaulo'rd obUt6. But having heard that Sweeney man, We wish right here to say. We'd cheerfully go with either, Were t'othor dear charmer away. , Notice. Our subscribers at Aberdeen will bo waited upon onPriday morning of each week by Mr. William E. Austin, who is Authorized to collect nil subscriptions duo for tho Daily Bulletin, Ovkr one million bushels of coal have left Pittsburg on tho present riso in tho river. . --- m .-.. .1 .1 Mn. Fiiakk R. Phistek's handsome chromo advertising card is attracting much attention. It is as neat and attractive as any wo have over seen. Matsvillk needs a dally with news that is notsoured by the patent plate process. New Republican. Maysvillo needs a few editors who aro not soured by tho success of their more enterprising contemporaries. There is no surer evidence of general prosperity than tho lare number of marriages occurring this fall. Cupid is happy, Hymen hilarious, and wedding ptcsent dealers aro in ecstacy. t m We aro requested to say that tho fire at Prof. Wilson's school house did not originate from a defectivo flue as stated by tho Republican. It was caused by a spark from tho chimney falling upon the roof. - " mm The contract to put a tin roof on the now Catholic Church at Mayslick, has been awarded to Messrs. Bissdtt, & Shea, who aro now doing tho work, and it is hardly necessary to say it will bo well done. Maysville is a growing city with an enlightened and cultivated population. She has a number of excellent weekly newspapers, and there is no good reason why she should not have more than one good daily paper. For our part wo would ibe pleased to noto tho inauguration of such an enterprise. The fact that tho Eagle has been awarded tho city advertising is a benefit to tho people of Maysville. A considerable sum of monoy is saved by printing tho ordinances in one paper only whilo tho end desired is fully obtained. Tho price bid by tho Eagle is as low as tho most exacting citizen could expect. Don't nay tho Hulletin's price for matches New Republican. Tho Bulletin has no price for matches. It claims tho honor only of having regulated the price of that article Last week there wero a number of merchants in Maysville who wero apparently ignorant that tho tax had been removed. This week matches are sold everywhere in the city at tho proper prices. m m Mr. Joseph Overley, a valued citizen, died at his residence on tho Flemings-burg turnpike, near this city, on the 29th ult., in the seventy-fourth year of his age. He had been in feeblo health for somo time and his death was not altogether unexpected. Mr. Overley wasa mechanic and had worked continuously at his trade for more than forty years. A good and useful man is lost to tho community. Referring to the Bulletin's suggestion that the name of Second street shall bo changed to "Boar's Walk," tho Now Republican says : And wo respectfully siucccst to Council that the above Is a Bore's talk, and should bo placed on record as buch. Tho Council is respectfully informed that wo admit tho soft impeuchmenUvith tho amendment that it is a smooth-bore's talk, that hits conter every time, and we have no objection to its being placed on record as such. The Amazon Fire Company have elected tho following ofllcors to servo tho ensuing six mouths: President N. Rudy. Vice President Henry Blanchard. Secretary Geo. Fleming. Messenger W. H. Haney, First Director Engine Thos, Itoyco. Second Director Kneel no W 1U Davis. Chief of IIoso L. M. Hhafer. Assistant Chief of lloso Wm.Contad, First Emdneor W.H. Lynch, Second Engineer D. Bhutan Third Engineer Louis Htlokloy. Fourth Engineer Frank MeaiiH, HtnudluK Committee Wm. Conrad, chair man; C. Franklin. 0. Hancock. J. Fleming, AVra.E. Austin, ,,,.. i. ... ., The Buckeye State has been sold to tho Big Sandy and Pomeroy Packot Company, and will take tho placo of tho Ohio in tho Portsmouth trade whilo tho Bonanza is completing her repairs. Tho Ohio is withdrawn from tho samo position in order to permit of her recoiving needed repairs. It Is understood that both tho Ohio and Buckoyo Stato will enter the Cincinnati and Pittsburg trado as soon as ropairs are completed, under tho auspices of tho Big Sandy and Pome- roy racket UtfMmy, r. Tho Chnrchfu Rev. A. Boroing will preach at the Chester M. E. Church to-morrow afternoon at three o'clock. ,, ThoJiov. A. Uoroim? will hold services at tbe Third street M. E. Church tomorrow horning and evening at tho usual hours. There will bo preaching at the Christian Church in Washington, by Rev. A. N. Gilbert, on Sunday afternoon at 3:15, if it 1st not raining at 2:15. Thero will bo a church meeting at tho Baptist Church to-morrow rooming at 11 o'clock. Important business is to be transacted and a full attendance of members is requested. Rev. S. B. Alderaon will preach at the Presbytefian Church to-morrow-morning taking for his subject, " Loving God." In the evening ho will lecture on '" Martin Luther and Reformation." A protracted meeting will begin at the Southern Mothodiat Church to-morrow at eleven a. m. Rev. Harry Henderson, tho pastor's son, will aid his father after Monday, tko remainder of tho week, and over tho second Sabbath in this month. Let everybody attend, for all aro most cordially invited. Rov. A. N. Gilbert will give tho fifth lecture of tho course on "Science and Revelation," which has excited so much interest in the community, at tho Church, on Sunday night, discussing npon this occasion " the creation ot man and woman." It Is around this question that tho great " battle of books" rages at tho present time. Mr. Gilbert will preach as usual at 10:45 in tho morning. Below is a syllabus of the evening lecture: SYLLABUS. Nature beautiful, but none to enjoy it God determines to give it a master what does the plural of doity mean? the imago of God whence our spirits? tho formation of woman Ingersoll's attack vindication of the Mosaic account Darwinism, what is it? its fatal deficiencies tho reason of its popularity-creation, tho only tenable view of the origin of man. Miss Fanny Maaterson was married to Mr. W. Luttrell at the Mill Creek Church, on the 1st inst., by Elder Wm. Hall, of that church. Tho building was decorated with flowers, and many friends of the contracting parties wero present to witness tho ceremony. Tho attendants were Sir. D. T. Thomas and Miss Nona Calhoun. After tho congratulations by their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell left, to visit the Exposition at Louisville. Tho following is a partial list of tho wedding presents: Mrs. J. U. Mastorson, castor. Mrs. L. Luttiell and Mi.. C. Miner, dlulug set and cut glass tumblers Mr. and Mrs, John Ros, carving knife mid fork. Mr. J. D. Mayhngh, sliver kn'ves and forks. Mr. and Mrs. ChailesHtnoot, chamber set. Miss Hetta and GUI tiinoot, tin water set. Mr. It. M. Harrison, family bible. Mr. Janus M. Mitchell, berry bowl. Miss Marnlo Scott, puff b x. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Duke, half-dozen sliver teaspoons. Mr. D. T. Thomas, cantor. Mr. and Mrs. P, M McCartney, epertme. Mr. and Mrs. O, A. McCarthev, fruit basket. Mr. Leslie Maslersou. pieservestnnd. Mr. Loin. Masteison. individual Halts. Mr. Frauk R, Ph Inter, wedding card. Mr. G. II Humphreys, stiver butter dish. Miss Calhoun and Mr. L. McCartney, blue optlo cologne bottles. Mrs. Thomas Luttrell, Icecream set. Mrs. HI 'hard Wo lis. fruit plates. Mr. L. Cox, lace bed set. Mr. John French, handsome counterpane. Mr. aud Mrs. It Kirke, plcklo castor. Mr. I). A. French, extension lamp, gold finish. Misses Lucy and Stella Maaterson, fruit picture. Mrs. Kate Reed, towels, Alfred aud Tillle, colored, glats pitcher. Mr. L. D. Luttrell, veulilati vase. Mr. Avery Ewlug, bed spread. Mrs. J. E. McCarthey, handsachel. Letter List. List of letters romainimj in the at Slaysvillo, Mason county, Ky., or tho week ending Saturday, November 3rd, 1883: Allen, Mrs. Leo (2) uaies, wauici Cay wood. Uev. J. A. Clay pool. J. W. Coaly, Thomas Cumdeu.F, W. Conlon, Charles J, Chauslor, W. J. Cullen, Mrs.B. Dillon, Mrs. Sarah Dee, John Davis, Miss E. S. Dygert, V. W. Dodson, Bob. Darnall, Mrs. Lucy Divls, Mrs. Annie Duncan, Mrs. Hue Drake, Dr. Edwards, Henry N. Kowlei, W. J. Greenwood, Miss J Grant, B. Garrison, Angelluo Grellsh,Tom Grav, Johu A. Grltford, Henry Hammer, Johu R. Hamrlck, John E. Hayrlgg, MIs.s Luclo B Halns, c. H. Harman, Silas Irvine, James Jackson, co. A. Johnson, John Jones, A, Jouos.T. F, Jemlson, Lettl Jacobs, Walda Jardeen, Walser Ktiager, juiuosi, Kercheval, Horace Lewis, Charles K. Mayhoru, Fannie Masterson, J. H. Merdeisou, O. Mellvalu, James Moor, Jenny Nean, James OweiiM. Mollle Oelbormau, E, it Co. proctor, uairy Poiter, JX.ll. Poyntz, .Mary A.' Uubels, Uamsv, Hnrilson Boss, Nora E. Scott, Mis. 8. sueleker, Mlneiva Sadler, Jessie Sch wan lube, F. Snow. C. A. Swnitz, M, E. selsor, T. U. Slack, Wm. Simons, Charles C. Southlor, K K. Slado.J. W. Taylor, Wm. Thomson, Panulo Taylor, K. Talt, W. W. inomson, u. v. Tolle, Henry Trlplett, James L, Wilson, John B. Williams, Thos, A, Wilson, Henry Walllch, Miss Lucy Wobson, Br. Win. Vlnn, Alonzo N. Persons calling for any of tho above letters will please say advertised. , M. O. IIUTCIItNS, P. M. Hundreds of lottors from those using Ayer's Ilair Vteor attest its valuo as a restorer of gray hair to its natural color. As a stimulant and tonic, provonting and often curing baldness, and cleansing and soothing tho scalp, its uso cannot bo too strongly recommended. I LyitiirtiiMi FIRE AT PARIS. Hntclicrnfl, 6c Warehouse and Other Property Burned Loss $50, 000 i Specinf tbthe Ruilktin. PXhis, Kv:( Nov. 3, lSSl The largo bolondnjr to Hutch craft & J!uYd ,wafl totally destrpyed by fire atari early hour this morning, together with a frame huiMin adjoining used as a hacking houe, which wan filled with hemp and gras seed, The total loss is about $50,000. and is covered by insurance amounting to $11,050. roust y poinin. MAYSMCK. Mf..tnhnT. Wilson Jtid wife returned f;om Chtcago,laat FrtdA; nhrht. ' We were In error last week In Mating that Ennew A Allen had the Job of nutting the roof on the Catholic Chufcu in this place. It was HIssett A Co. Rev. M. M. Riley Wt on 1jt Thursday monUng tor his new held of labor at Howling U roe n. Rev Mr. Hay. of Central Kentucky, vlll preach lb the Christian 'Huron o i nxt Sun day, the 1th Inst , at eleven o'clock a. m. WV attended Oiodebat at Hardls Thursday and Friday. It Was largely 'itteudftled, and the discussions were Vfty Intel etliu, but we think that It was rather a onesided affair, Hweenpy having decidedly the advantage, from n Mrlpluiiil siniidunlut. J. A. Jack-on sold his ftne heifer to Perry JenVrMin at four and cents a pound. SAllplS. The debate hi povo'i a first clas entertainment, the lH?t of telling has jnovnlUd with the dlM utuiitaiid wnlle hen and theie mno Mjiihltlvo person has hwmie a little 11 riled "by the wjtt spats and snrcas'lc lilts of tho worth wiwlois, a little reflection mid the cowripUluii it Hinging of the doxology haw 4t all fiutWil'imihle potutH to Hying aalu, and the outdoor lnteichaU'ie of tnounhN And opinions has been all inle4 mcv mid s reniiy rno main quvwui ai 10 wneunr the disciple ale sctlptural In their portion, letchlntCH and prtlae bv lui; dlscustqd I wo dnv, Sweeuey In the Hanford Iji the helntlv4Wn6w reVfrKeI. Hanfordaitlrmiligthai of the Mk t. chareh InhciIpmumI ac Han-foul in ttieutU inallve sfeius to be trnm;tr than tti the negative. He diisfie off In ial lant Rtyle, pmiouiifl and able, witty and sparkling fu'ly arnulttl 2 hhnif m a Bcnbfaf and a gentleman. A d then SWeeney comes Ilkq on nUtleie hounding Into the arena, armM) utevry point, as Jupiter from the brain of Mlneiva. Sharp and li eisH'e, Quick and accurate he makes ever blow ill. The audience, nuuiborlinr over avo hundred, sways to and fin, aud even the Impartial spectator is at loss where to place tbe palm of vlctoty. Much Interest No lOeu'rued In Haurordashe Is a new n v In tfioohul"ii polemias, this btlng Hi rtrst time he has ever contended tor st ike in 1 d biln. rime. When tbe smoke nt the e- ntlict ha cleared away I will sum up ind lell you how much good ha betidoaeby fill-war of words. NOTES Mr. W.T. Suit enteitalned KIder Hill and Pyles and other quests. At H. M, Pyles. Misses la;iltj burrow a id Bettle Pyles wereuuet. Mrs. Norrls and Mrs. Fraze vr the.:uet of their sNter, Mr. Sam Piocor. Mr. A. VhPeiiid ladv had lor their guests Major John Obdr anl wlN, of Kwlng. Judue Dye entei tallied Itev. Haut'tid and his moderator, Uev. Untelnj, during the tie-bale. Misses. Jessie Tiltou nnl Carrie B cklr wereguesu 01 MUs Lizzie Suit aud Wm. IC Swauz sister Spates gave several d nln.r, nt oueo Wilcli Mis. H. 1) V ton, Mis, lulius ami Miss Triug were uuests. Mrs. A. J. Styles entetlnlnel Mis es Hauls and Thompsiiu, ot Gernautowu, aud Mis Ada Thompson, of Mayv lie. Mt. Olivet was lepreseuted by Judges Lytle and Demlng, W-it. Chandler and wire, dr. TUtou, Dr. Liuvllle aud Win. Hue; lor a id wile. 'Squire Gilgsby had many rooms but they wero all tilled. Klder Sweeney and a number of theChilsttnn nreachers making his house their headquarters. The debaters and a number of other guests dined with Mis. James Leacluuau on Wed uesday. Her daughter, Miss Mar, assisted lu Uolug the houotsot the occasion. Among tho many old acqmlutancemet, we may mention, Robert K. Poguo, John Clarke, L)r Lawwill, Mrs. Howe, Hiram Dye, II. C. Hawkins. J. A. Jackson and John Caldwell. The Bulitin representative was bountifully lunched at the elegant spreads of Mis. A.J. Styles, Mrs, Dr. Browning. Mrs. Wesley Puttier and Mrs. John Clarke; heiewewere most pie isuntly entalned by thoe vivacious ladles. Misses Ant. a Clarke, Bettle Laytliam, aud Bora Berry, CITY XTOQTVES. Advertisements inserted under this heading 10c per line for each insertion. Try Laugdon's City Butter Crackers. Children's cloaks and cloakings at Hunt & Doyle's. All wool red undershirts at S1.23 at Nesbitt & MeKrell's. Ilussian circulars and dolmans cheap at Nesbitt & MeKrell's. Good bed comfoits from 85c. to $2.25 at Nesbitt and MeKrell's. Ninety-eight diflurent styles of now neckwear open to-day at Hunt A Doyle's. Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle, thoy know how to fit you perfectly. Five hundred dolmans, jackets and cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's today. Nesbitt & MoKroll aro making leaders this season, of ladies' and Men's underwear, blankets, etc. Wing on tho babies. Piututes taken instantaneously by Kackley at 51. & K.'s bookstoroj o20dtf Cloaks. Tho largest lino and tho lowest prices in Maysville at Nesbitt & McKroU's. . o . Ton real squirrel furlined circulars, $25, $30, $35, $37, $50, received to-day at Hunt & Doylo's. o31d&vlw Given Aiyny For thirty days wo will givo with every purchase of $1, a beautiful and hand somo placque. nldlw ronmsoN & Kackxky. Trial proves that honesty is tho best policy in medicine as well as in other things. Ayer's sarsaparilla is a genuine reparation, an unequalled blood E decidedly superior to all others. KLTAllrHABKKT. Corrected dally by G. W. Gkisel, grooar, Second street, Maysville', Ky. , LOUB. Limestone $ 7 00 Maysville Family 0 i5 Old Gold 7 00 .Mason Counts ;. M 'Z5 Kentucky Mills 6 U1 Magnolia, new, M MM 5 75 Utotter.Vk -. 1520 ard,9 faw MealV peck w... UO m LUlCKOIlHiiIMtt.MMIMHtMMINMttltMIlllIIIM XOtJi Molasses, fancy Co Coal Oil, V gaf. 'JO suar, jrranulated V tt 10 " A. S tt ..- - 10 ' yellow V & a9 Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey 12K Hams, sugar cared V & I Hacon.bieakfast ft 12W Hominy, $ gallon jo Heaus V Ration 60 Potatoes V peck, now .. 15 Coflee. M 15OU0 MAYSVILLK COALMAItKKT. Anthrnclte at KlevitorM, per ton $3.23. delivered. 83.60. VoURliloteheny at Elevators, per bushel lie delivered lac. Kauawha at Elevators, por 12c. Pomery at Elevators, per bushel 9c. luc AXaroUVCEttENT. For 3Iayor. We are authorized to announce that M. P. MAItSHlsncandtdatetor tlieorrlce of Mayor ol tito olty of Maysvlllo at tho Jauuary election, ibl. Wo are authorized to announce that HORACE JANUAUV is a candidate for re-election as Mayor of Maysville, at the ensutuK Jauuary election. For City Clerk. We nro authorized to announce that LANOnORNK M. TUMI Is a candidate for the oMlee of City Clerk at the eusulug January election. We nre authorized to, announce ttiat HARRY TAYLOR H a candidate I'Or hm Cltv Clerk ul the niiHiitni; .Tanuurv election. For Collector iiuct Trousuror. We aie authorized 10 onn"iyice that E. E. PKRCK U it fiindidate for a- Collector and Tieuuier of ilaysvllle nt the ensuing J muarj elecdou. For Councilman. We are uuthoi ized to announce that JOHN W. ALEXANDER lsn candldato for to the council trom the Fourth Ward, nt the ensuing Jauuaiy election. For MurMlinl. WoHin authorized to announce Mr W. W WATKINS a a candidate for Marshal at the ensuing January election, 18i. We are authorized to anuounre JaME H Asi )N, rtr is u e indldato for city marshal it the January election. Not one cent for elecMoneerluK purposes. VWnrt authoilzd lo announce that W. B. DAWSON is a candidate for the otllce of City trlml. at the ensuing Jauuary election, lie solicits the nunport of his friend'. W nre aui horlzel to announce that J A M ES REDMOND N a c.i diddle lor u eloollou as Maishaloi Mayvllle at thee Milim .lanuaiy leOtlon. The support ot his friends Is sollo ned. MR. ROUERT W. BltOWMNG announces that he Is a 0 ndldate lor City Marshal at the tifcUlniE Januaiy election, on the tlit in Jauuaiy, lSI. Your support ltMl. lTANTJGD. N'OTI' E I have leeelved a full line ot goodt coiixlstlug of Hue hal, velvets ferttiieiH, hluNJet ornaiuentM and htdi oods all chetp lor cash. nlMlw Mllii UlUttUK WIIKliLKK, Front htreet. Aberdeen, O. rANTED Two Kood plauieieis. Steady ) woik and irood waes Apply to L. HILL. J noldJw 1'UR RENT House with ttnee rooms and kitchen with cellar and good cistern. Apply to C.P. SHOCK LEY. 271 wd TK ANTED A good canvasser for 11 fast-) helling book. Good commlhsions. Ex-elusive leuitoiy. WM. OWENS olfidtf Ihilletin olllce. FOR RENT. l?OR RENT-Oue front room, In centially V located house. Suitable for any Apply at this otllce. o-' dJw RENT Furulshed front room for I?OR tleuieu lodgeis. luquite at this olllce. olOdtt 17OR RENT My two-story Intel: houe, comer Short and Second Hticets. Size of 100ms by one hundred teet. Well adapted for grain or tobacco, Applv at ZWEIGARTSmeuthtoie. slid FOR SALE. SALE On County Court day, No-; vember PJth, four young woik mules. novlwSt SAMUEL SMOOT, SALE A nice residence on Court 17OR Apply to M. C. HUTCHINS, u2 T7OR SALE The splendid farm of Mi's dlth Calvert, containing about 8tj ncren. In two miles of Maysville on the Ohio river, Mt. Cnnnel pike, and Huntlngtnu'H railroad. linpr(vements. Fine fruit trees ami market garden. GARRETT S. WALL, novldifrwlm Maysville, Ky. SALE The farms of Lewis Rrooks T7OR aoies, nearMlnena; R. M Marshall, 1&0 acres, neai Washington; R. Sownid, JSU actes, near Maysville: Smoot AToihune, lltf ncies, on Lawrence Creek; Mrs, MoAtee, Nj acies, near .Mayhville; 18 acres at Wolfe's Mill, Mlneiva pike. GARRETT S. WALL, novlditwlm , Maysville, Ky. SALE Business houses nud dwell-; IpOR Part ot old Goddard Ilotibo, corner ot Market and Front streets lontal 700 per year. Warehouse, corner Wall aud Second Htreets. Rrlck dwelling ou Fourth htreet. Double brick dwelling on Second, between Mutket aud Llmetonu. GARRETT S. WALL, novUKtwim Maysville, Ky. LOST. A shawl, nt Mill Creek Church, on LOST November 1st. Please letuin to my china tdoie. G, A. McCARTHKY, nov2d&wlw Masvllle. r AH JtECEIVIXa I) A1I.VJ - tho bwst brands gf FRESH OYSTERS! which will he served in all styles. For pale also by tho can, hull-can or In bulk at pilces. T,J. NOLIN, at lilerley'a confectionery store, Secoud St. Tilt PLACE TOO i;T ClIKAl BED-ROOM SUITS 18 AT GEOItGM OBX,Jr.'e, mchSldly SUTTON BTREET. ITlotncFS, Don't Punish YourlWHreiil r. TJm FrmW V H Hr mm fUr r ml By wf ffF mjK W 1 ButKoto your drueffiat or, merchant and set abottloof tVillm WorldUormCundr, tho moat efficient and palatable worm mcdlcluo made. It Is put up In delightfully Jlatored sticks of candy, aud tuy lit tu onca Jove to tuie it. j.j; J ym:'mmi ;t y 1 ' "f . S30.000 FOR $2. Keular Monthly I)rnfnpr will (intake place In the Masonic Hall, Ruildlng, Louisville, Ky . TU URSDA Y, JSov 20, 1SS3, X I.nwlutf r.otlery unci Fair Irnw lnt: charteretlhytheLeUlature 01 Ky. and twice declared leal by tho highest court in the Stale. Hond Ivhii to Henry county iu the sum of 100,000 for tho piompt payment of all pilzesRold, A Revolution In Nlnlo Xumber tortwrlnfpi. STEvery ticket holder his own supervisor, can call out the number on tits ticket and see the corraspoiidluc number on the ta placed In the wheel In hispiesence. These drawings will occur on the last Thursday of every mouth. Read the magnificent November Nclif iuo. i Prize 530,000 1 Prize 10,1X0 1 1'rize , 6,000 2 Prizes, $2,600 each fi.uOO 5 Prizes, l,a0 each 5,000 9 Prizes, 300 etich, Approx'u Prizes.... 2,700 Prizes, 200 each, 1,N 9 Prizes, KW each. " " 9)0 20 Prizes, 600 each 20,000 100 Prlz, 100 each 10,000 200 Prizes, 50 each 10,000 &0 Prizes, 20 each 10,' 00 1000 Prizes, iu each 10,01-0 1,857 Prizes, . $110,400 Wlioln TloketH. 82. Half Tickets, 91. 27 TlcltolH, $30. 03 Ticket 8100. Remit money or bank draft in letter, or end by express. DON'T SEND BY LET1 ER OR POSTOFF1CE ORDER, until further notice. Orders of So and upward byexpiess, can be sent at our own expense Address all orders to J J. DOUOLAH, hep!7ditwly Louisville, Ky. rpiKOUAS JACUSOX, Denier In BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring U'iioiih mid Harness. RepONltor No. 18, Sutton stieot, Mnysvllle, Ry. Headhunt lers lor DR. J AC'KfeON'S and leltable Horse Medicines. DR. JACKSON'S RLACIC OIL cures mange, cracked heel, warn, Kieasy heel, pilckeil loot, qulitei, wind cracks, coins etc. Pilco 50 cents. DR. JACKSON'S 11LIHTERING is an excellent leniedy lor enlarge lueuts. spavin, ling-hone, cuppeil hock, ciub snllut ciuuip or htialu of tlie whlil boue. Pilce50 cents. DR. J A- KHON'S WRITE OIL cures lung fever, lullaiuatlou o the kidneys and tlsm in man or horse. P Ice 50 cents, DR.JA' KSON'SKOOT OIL Is an ellectlvo remedy tor chafes, soies or In hoiv8' feet and maiiKo and ltce in cattle aud hoies PilceSO centH. ft"rtent to any addiesson lecelpt ot pi Ice. octlSdly THOMAS JACKSON, A. R. BURGESS, Xo.3, 8econl Stieef, will offer ou and alter Thursday, October 11. the lolIowltiK gieat baialus: One thou&aud yards of heavy, full standaul worth 50 cents per yard, for 23 cents, slightly damaged by water. One thousand yards of heavy nine ounco Jeans, cuaranteed all pure wool tllllu!; and made In Kentucky, worth 50 cents peryuid, for 35 cents. A full and complete stock of NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom prices. Canton Flannels from fi cents por yard to 25 cents. Ten thousand yaids of prints In good styles and fast colors. ?i cents per yard, Uent's heavy, nil wool Rett Undershlit, worth $1.50 each ior$l.n0. A lull line of new Towels, Table Linens, Napkin. Jersey Gloves, HoMeiy, Underwent, Rett Co in forts and RlauketH. A No n luruo and well-selected block of Cloaks In all tho new styles Just leeelved from New York. Fllty pieces of Ulughnm at 5 cents a ynid. olldlm TOIIX WltKELKK, iDealer In; CO MFECTIOlSrER Y, Fruit, Fish, Ac, H. F.HEMINGWAY & CO. S "ANCHOR" BRAND Raw Oysters, TO.OAT'N PRICES. "li 'junri i list... ....i. m. ... .,................. u FAVORITE.quaitcans ....,30c ANCHOR, Htuudard, qmut cans ;tc HELEtrr. quart cans 10c N. Y. SADDLE ROCK, quart cans fcOo HULK, per quait .e i xb ti .. (imimm .. .....(..... i. ..(.. jf 5 mm iuo HERMANN LANCE BAUGoodnniHlWorUW.lItnANTED. Number43,Beoond street, three doors below Markot street, Maysyllle, Ky. apUOdly CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts. oiNaiaNTDNrATi, o, Lewis Vandkn, Proprietor.