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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY EVE., NOV. 8, 1883. BOSSEE & MoOABTHY, Publishers ad Proprietors, To Whom Dnfenr AVCOMMtriOATiova J. M. Stockton Cottage for salo. Lost, strayed or stolen Homo. Harry Nicholas Heritor Notice. H. W. Owen Bourbon farm for salo. QJOUXtL We hoar It whispered round nbout As something frefhand new, That all the boys In the town Are " going up their flue." hear, by tittle cards Thatoonity you know, In packs. And some of them contain six Queens, And so mo contain six Jacks, r The late short horn ealo at Lexington aggregated $30,000. . ' -.. A new fence is being built around the public school building in the First Ward o Rev. B. F. o Harrodsburp, will preach at the Christian Church this evening. m Tun streetcars this winter will bo supplied with stoves, and will bo as comfortable as can bo desired. Col. J. M. SrocicroN, real estate agent, sold to-day, the cottage of James H. Sweet, for $730, cash. Da. G. W. Martin's crop of sixteen acres of white hurley tobacco was sold a day or two ago for $15 frbin the ground up. The crop was a very flno one. Some one said to Dr. Henderson yesterday, " Doctor, I believe tho boy can beat the old man proaching." Tim Doctor replied, " Good blood always improves on tho Cross," Y " The street cars have now been running a little less than throe months and in that time something over 150,000 fares haVo beori falcon. Maysville, bVorlhlng considered, is a better street Vailfroy town tlmri Lexidgtown. I The city council of Lexington has passed an ordinance favoring tho establishment of water works, and has inado a contract with tho Holly Company to lay pipes, furnish firo plugs and water at a rental of 510,000 a year, Ayer's Sarsaparilla works directly and promptly, to purify and enrich tho blood, improve tho appetite, strengthen tho nerves, and brace up tho system. It is in tho truest sense an alterative medicine. Every invalid should give it a trial. m m Tun Rov. F. J. Crisp, of Carrollton, Ky., will preach at tho Brooksvillo Baptist Church next Sunday, tho 11th inst. The statement made in this paper several weeks ago that Mr, Crisp is a graduate of Spurgeon College was an error. . .. i. . . Rev. Harry Hrndersok, tho young man now preaching for us, is a graduate of Vandorbilt University, and took tho gold medal over GOO students for elocution some years ago. The house was full last night. Lot overybody go tonight, According to tho report of tho Ohio Bureau of Labor Statistics tho earnings for tho year of the average Cincinnati workincman amounted to $018, and tho expenses of himself and family to $583. Tho average earnings of tho workingmen of tho State is placed at $0l9, and their average expenses at $500. Ma. J. C. Owens, who has just returned from Pomoroy, says that at Ashland, yesterday, the Bostona received one hundred and ninety-four packages of freight, consisting of chickens, egps, sorghum, ginseng, beeswax, dried apples, dried peaches, dried beans, wool and feathers. All of this freight comes from the mountains by way of tho Chattarol railroad, and comes in great quantities. A social mooting of tho congregation of tho First Presbyterian Church will bo hold at tho residence of Mr. Wm. II, Wadsworth, Sr., on to-morrow (Friday) evening. All tho friends of tho congregation aro cordially invited. Refreshments will bo served froo of charge. Conveyances will bo found at tho door of tho church to carry persons back and forth. Round trip 15 cents, children 10 cents. Dt, J, T. Sthode has just had placed in his now house, ono of tho finest organs in tho State of Kentucky. It is of the celebrated Clough & Warren manufacture, contains sixteen sots of reeds, with tho now qualifying tubes and automatic swell, enabling tho porformor to gratify ovory caprico of fancy or taste. - When tho soft stops aro usod tho tono of this organ is extremely awcot, but when tho full power is used it is perfectly grand. Tho cabinet work is of tho pipe organ stylo, and a perfect gem of its kind, Tho instrument was ordered through '"Mr, L, F, Motzger, of tho houso of John Church & po. Sales of Land, The followlngfchungea in tho ownership of land have been recorded at the office of the Clerk of the County Court, since our last report: L. D. Farrar and other, to Ardella VV. Hull find. Others. 0 acres, 2 roods and 30. poles of addon Mill Creek; cousldertWm Jl.loye Ud atftetion p ' ' ' f i i ? i w..d. usoorne una wire 10 mary Agnes Marenena,'j acres olland on Leer Greeks; coiderftiloa 5330. ,.,, , Charles Wood to N. H. wWtho undivided one sixth interest In two tracts of land near WuahlUgU)i containing 77 aore; consldera? A. C. Ball and wife to JamcsT. Suit, 70 acres of laud uear Hardin; consideration tl,J00, Aiinaf. Colllsaud huaband to Milton Foster grantors' inteiest In a tract of land on Upper Mill Creek ; consideration 130. Nanny il. ftrnwn'nrtd hUHbaqd Co Bridget H. Wltoheil, house' and lot outcast side of Casto's nlloy ; consideration $1)00. Robert Hunter and wlfo to Susan M. Curtis, P!ncr of mhtl In Washington $800. L, ii. GogglnM 'administrator to Robert Hunter fly acres of laud near Washington; consideration &5..VS0. Same to Lucy M. Hunter, 00 acre of land near Washington oouslderatlou 13,530, m m Monday ,NIuut, Wo would rjur country friends that they form parties to attend the performance of u London Assurance1' by the Chanfrau company on next Monday night. It is rare that an opportunity like this presenfs Itself to tho theatre goers of this vicinity, and it should not be missetl. Write or call on Harry Taylor, No. 22 Market street, for resorved seats as they are selling rapidly. It -- m Harper Tor Christmas. Tho Christmas number of Harper's Magazine will bean unusually beautiful number, and Will surpass all previous undertakings in magazine literature. Leave orders with Harry Taylor, No. 23, Murkct street. Avoid the harsh, irritating griping compounds so often sold as purging medicines, and correct tho irregularities of the bowels' by tho use of Ayer'sr Cathartic Pills, which are mild und gentlo, yet thorough and searching, in their action. PERSONALS. V Mr. W. R. Dahiall, of Mt. Carmel, passed through Maysville to-day on his return from a visifto "Kansas. OEHUANTOWX. A sporting club has been organized At this place. Success to you, gouts. Hat marks are In demand on Broadway. Trof. Dick Wilson took In Brooksvillo Sun day. K. O. Elliott, L. D.nisdon and Hal. Dim-mitt don't visit Urookvillo any more. Won der If thatmarrlaso that occurred thero lust week Isn't the reason? They say that Rev. Pollard and Elder West will have a debate nt this place soon. Jas. Plnckard will canvass Mason county for tho Atnei lean Blhlu Society. Judge Dora has now In his store James Pollock. "Cutley" Judge and Jim are a team and no mistake, MAYSLICL. A. O. Wilson n i rived at tho Stonewall House last Sunday night, lit has been on his circuit about four weeks. He will upend a few days hoie, and then return to his home In Lewis county. John J. Worlhtncton leitTueMlny mornlnu for Salt Lick, Lewis county, to got something ficsh Jn tho way of tlsli or something cIm, and to eat tho balance of the spongo cake. The monument to tho memory of William Mitchell has been elected In our cemetery. It Is a imihaive sttucture The huso Is mx feet square, and the height sixteen feut, nun cost $1,500. It was put up by a Dayton, Ohio, nrm. MUsJenuIe Evans, nftern protracted visit In Fleming county, Is with us again. Tho tower on tho new Catholic Church, wheu completed, will bo eighty feet In the air. NEIUHUOKLXU COUNTIES. FLEMING. Miss Barbara Walton has been declared aud bent to the Asylum at Lexington. Tho store of W. II. Burkbdale, at Illllsboro, was robbed by buigtars. Wm. Miller, near Klemlngsburg, accidentally shot himself In tho thlgu. NICHOLAS. Mercury: W, T. Buckler sold his home farm to Capt. S. Q. Holers for &0 an acre. Mercury: Walter Boyjl was found dead In his bet at, SharpstjUfg, lie was a hard drluker. lb wis. Courier: W. Matt Adams, from thoTollcs. boio uelghboihood was bi ought In last week to bo examined as to the taate ol his mind, but tho trial resulted In proving that ho knew inoro than the court, Jury, wUne.sse.saud It won't always do to call a man crazy because he lives aiToIlesboro.; Courier: A number of pooplo from hero and Maysvlllo will go dowu to accompany the new Untidy on her maiden trip. George Hosser will go along for ballast. Itecs for Jloys. Ameilcan Agriculturist. A farmer ftiend has sixty colonies of bees, a lino flock of lfcht Brahma fowls, and a farm of one bundled and twenty acres, lio has two sons, aged thiiteen and sixteen years respectively, and tho elder hoy has entire chargo of tho bees, of which ho is very fond Ho runs his sectious, extracts tho honey, introduces queons with a skill which many a veteran might onyy. Ho is already woll known in tho city, three and one-half miles distant, for his honey, and talks about bees, and quotes authorities in tho most intelligent manner. All his honev is sold in one grocery storo, and though ho has had a good yield this season, aud has reaped a fino proilt. ho cannot fully supply tho demand at the store. How Negroes aro Treated South. Frankfort Yeoiuun. Tho white pooplo of MuysvillG have contributed money and labor, and have rebuilt tho burned district in the negro suburb iu that city. This is about tho way in which tho negro is deprived of his rights in tho Southern States. It i3 his privilege to build a houso and insuro it for his own bonoflt, but tho whito man stops in, and with his usual imnudent assertion of superiority takes all their business upon himsolf. No wonder tho negro demands a civil rights law , ; . 5 f , Cloaking and Sacking Cloths cheap at J. W Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market street. OITY X'JCJBItdCa. Advertisements Inserted under this head ing 10c per line for each Insertion. Try Lann fj(y Children's cloiks nnd cloukings at Huniifc Doyle's. . All wool red undershirts at $1.25 at Nesbitt & s - Ru'sflijn circulars and dolmans cheap at Nesbitt & Good bed comfotts. from 85c. to $2.25 at Nesbitt and MoKrell's. Great bnnrains infinoJBIankets at J. W. Sparks "cVBras,1 24, Market street. 'n y t p'Mf,M , different styles of new neckwear open at HuntA Doylo's. Buy your gloak from Hunt & Doyle, they know how to fit you perfectly. ! m t ' j. Five hundred dolmnns, jackets and cloaks at Hunt & DoVle's All wool red Undershirts at 75c, $1.00 and J. W.Sp.trks& tfro.'s, 24 M irket street! rir o Bring on tho b.thies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kackley at M. & K.'s book store. o20dtf Cloaks, Tnckets, Dolmans and Circulars. Cheapest at J. W, Sparks & Bro.'n, 21, Market street. Nesbitt & McKrell are maldim leadors this season, of ladies' and Men's underwear, blankets, etc.' Cloaks. The largest line innd the lowest prices in Maybvillont XiAHlt't & MeKreirs. Ten real squirrel .furdined circulars, $25, $30, $35, $37, $50, received to-day at Hunt & Doyle's. o31d&wlw Great bargains in Bed Comforts. We make bi reductions in the price of all our Bed Comforts. J. W. Spark- & Bro. Shawls 1 Shawls 1 We place on sale our entire stock of Shawls ut a lh: reducti mi from former prices. J. W. Sparks Bro., 24, Market street. . m . Carpets, Oil Cloths and Window shades. Wo will nfler urea' hanraiuB in these poods for the next twenty day-, J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, Market street. ' ' Five hundred ladies' Merino Vests cheap. Ono thousand men's Undershirts ut 20c, 25c, 30f :53c, 40 50c, 00c nd 75c, at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s. m Given Away.. For thirty days we will dve with every purchase of $1, a beautiful and handsome placque. nldlw Morrison & Kackley. Great Bargains in black Cashmeres, direct from the importoisall pure wool, at 40c, 50c, 00c, Goc, 75c, S5c. 90c and $1.00. Call and examine before you buy, J. W. Sparks & Bro. Old folks and nervous people should go to Kuckley's gallery for pictures by tho lightning process. Don't wait for sunshine, any kind of weather will do. Kuckley's dry plates will. do you up. Below will be found a list of our new goods: Sago j,reon window shades; fall wallpaper; fancy lunch and work baskets; a now and lato lino of reward cards; a correct lino of art studies; look at our new albums, illustrated with Shakespearean scenes in show widow; writing paper, Grecian and polka dot; fancy and juvenile books, bound in cloth and board, now ideals colored and plain. Call and see our goods. MoiuusoN & Kackley. nldlw No. 27, East Second street. HAiiKiinn November 7th, lb83, at tho residence of Mr. J. II. ItnltiH. this city, MIm L. FLORKNCU KAINS to Air. JAMW A. UUKTIS, of Mason co uiuy In this city, November 7th, at hIx clock m., by Itov. H. H. Aldernon, MUs LOU- 3NU3 RAINS to Mr. JAMKS A. UUKTIS. In Aberdeen, at 0:10 n. m., Novomhor7th, by Uev. H. 11. Alderum, MIm M AHY ISABEL HOOD to Mr. UHAULD S. SIllBALD. November 8th. Miss AMELIA A. GLASCOCK to Mr. WILL IIKNKY LUE, all of Mason county. KIITALL MARKET. Correct P(l dally by G, W. Gkisel, Rtocer, rioroud Htreet, Maywvllle, Ky, FLOUU. Limestone 8 7 00 MayavUle Family U 2.ri Old Gold 7 0u m anon Louniy, ,,,,,...,,.,,,,,.......,,,,,,, v -o Kentucky Mills 0 00 Manoltu, now fi 75 Butter.to. 15A2U ll Es. doz 2.1 Meal $ peck 20 ChlckeuH 132.1 Molasses new 75 Loai uu, gi Kai,, ......... .,.....i....( ......... .... Hugar,Krauulated ty lb 10 A.S lb 10 yellow lb 8Ci Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey VXA Hams, sugar cured tb. , , 17 Bacon, breakfast V lb - 12 Hominy, $) uallon i.0 Ueuus gullou 60 PotatotM peck, new 15 Colloe MAYSVILLK COAL JIAUKET, Anthraclto at Elovators, nor ton 83.23. delivered, 88.60. Yougblouheny at Elevators, per bushel lie. delivered l&c Kanawha at Elevators, per bushel Ho. do-lived 12a Pomery at Elovators, per bushel Oo, 10c 1 . ANNOUNCEMENT. For MirrJiT. Wo are authorized to nunounce that DAN PEKKINK la a candidate for the odlco of Hherlft of Mason county, at tho August election, ibbi, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. For Mayor. Wo are authorized to announce Hint M. F. M Altail Is u candid Uotor the office of Mayor ol the city of ttie January election, lfc4. Wo nre nuthorlxeil to announce that HORACE JANUARY N n candidate for re-election an Mayor of.Mrtysvllle, at tho euuulUK January election. For City Clerk. Wo nre authorized to announce that LANC1HORNE M. TvRU Is n caudldate for the olllce of City Clerk at the euHUlng January election. Wo nre nuthnrtzed to announce that HARRY TAYLOR Is a candidate for re-election as CJty Cleric at the eusuiuic January election. For Collector and Trcimnrcr We nro authorize to announce that E. E. PEARCK Is a candidate for re-election as Collfcftor and Treamer of Maysville nt tho ensuing January electlou. For Councllniaii. Woareauthorlzeil.tonnnouuce that JOHN W. ALEXANDER lsa caudldate foi to the council Irom the Fourth Ward, ut the ensuing Jauuary election. For WlinrrinoMler. Vearonuthorlzed to announce that ROBERT FIUCLIN, JR, is a candidate for reelection as vvhurfmaster, at the next election. For MnrNliitt. Woaroauthoiized to announce Mr. W. W WATKIN as n enmllduto for Maishal at tho ensuluK Januaiy election, Ihl. Wp nre authorized to announce JaME H ASSON, Sr., no a cttidldato for city timrliHl at tho January election Not one cent for electioneering purpose. Wo are authorized to announce that W. R. DAWHON Is a caudldate fortheojllce of Pity Marshal, nt tho enxuluz January electlou. HefollcJtstheMtnnoUof his frleiuls, , W are aut horlzed to announce Ih it J A M E3 REDMpNQ Is u r.t dlihite fqr to election a Marshal of Muyavlllc n theOfhuluK January flection. TheHUppoit or hUlrleuds la solic lteli SIR. ROBERT W BROWNING announce that hcNiic ndldate lor City Marshal nt the euului fanuuiy elation, on thoflit Monday In January, ISM. Your support Is solicited. WANTED. r ANTED iSventv thousand HveturkevR T and M, 0UO dozen tresh e&ux. Hluhest irketnrlee paid. II. B. NORTHCOTT CO.. button street, Maysville, Ky. noodAw I E I have received a foil line or NOT uooiU, eonslstlim ol Uue hatn, rib bunt, wlvei, leathers, bird, jet ornaments and hah KOd all cheap fm canh. MRS OCOltUi: WHEELER, n'Jdlw Frout street. Abordeen.jO. TANTKO good ortnvas"er for a fal l helilnu hdc. Good eonunslons. Ex- fhilve tenlluiy. WM OWEN'S otVlti Bulletin otllc. FOR RENT. ;ull RENT A leNldenee nt tlo t tooms and kltclien In Kat Mayvlili. Apply IO V.L.U VL'KliWUKW. ll.UZW RENT Excellent tail JOit : tws 5J ; hnre and mules 3-). pply to JULIUri CULBERTriON, East Majsville. u7dlw liTml room I.OR Iodei. Inuuhe at this olllce. olOdti 1OR RENT Mr two stoiy huUM., cornet bhoit mil eond streets, size or leet. Well mliiph'd torKialu or tobaccos Anplv at ZWCIGARTHmeiUMcue. slid FOR SALE. A new framo cottage In Che-; 17ORHALE htuet rullunv. Wiv low and eay mmuut. J. M.SiOCICTOV. Ii Real Estate Ayent. 17OR SALE A nice ieldence on Court I? l.iicuUApply to KC. HUTCIIINS rl 1?OR HALE The splendid farm or Mis dlth Calvert, coutatulin; abmit N) aoits Iu two mllt'sof Alaysvllleou the Ohio liver, Mt.Caimtd plke,nnd Hunttiu:touN railroad. Flistclass linpioemeul. Flue trult Dees nud market t;atden. OARRE1T8. WALL, novUKVwlin MnyHVllle, Ky. SALE The farms or Lewis Brooks 1 22.1l4 lines, near Mlnen a ; H.M Marnliull, IMJ acies, neat Washington ; R. Sowaid, Ttu ncies tiear Maysville; Muiofit tfcTerhune, U0 acres, on Lawrence Cieek; Mi. McAtee, MJ acres ooar .Maysville; 18 acres nt Wolto'tf Mill, Minerva pike. GARRETrB. WALL, novld&wlm Maysville, Ky. HALE lluslnes houses IJOR Paitot oldGoddard House, comer of Muiketnud Front streets rental 87uo per year. Warehouse, corner Wall and Second streets. Brick dwelling on Fourth street. Doublo brick dwelling on Second, betweeu Market nud Limestone. GARRETT 8. WALL, novld&wlm Maysville, Ky. i9T. strayed or stolen, frorti my premises LOST, East Maysville, a lauo roan hnte. a natural face. Reward paid If returned or for Information that Mill enable me to net hltn. nfcpSt GEO.T. WOOD. A black cashtueio shawl, nt tho Mill LOST Church, on Thursday. Novtinber 1st, Pleaso return to my china store, G.A. MCCARTHEY, nov2ditwlw Maysville. on nali:. F BOUltBOlS1 FARM. For sale, pilvatoly,one of the best farms In Bombou county, containing two hundred aud fifty ucie. It's Improvement are second to none. But little ol It been plowed of late years. Bain room enough tor ten ucun of tobacco; stono and (ejico, : cloe to llrHlclasscolIeKos, churches, Ao. It Is ono or It Is one of the moa deslraiilo homes In the county. It must bo aeu to be uppuclated. Como and see it; I want to sell; It Is In tin tors of a mllu of North Middle-town postntllcu. Write lor parthmlant. nSlwdJbw R. W. OWEN. N oTici;. this day purchased fiom J. R. rHAVE "M his light, title and interest lu tho cigar stand, situated on tho coiner of Front and Market streets, Maysville, ICy., aud the entire, stock therein contained, together with tho tlxtmcs, and tho book accounts notes nud bills of snld stand. J. R. Htewau is no longer authorised to collect any debts or accounts due tho Maud, or to make any debts on account thuieof. All hills must be paid to me. NICHOLAS RURGER. Novemhor7, 18S3. , novBdlw TUJti ll4AKTOGJ71' CIIEA1 BED-ROOM SUITS 18 AT GEORQE OJRX,Jr.89 mchSldly BUTTON BTRfiiET. 3H?nrnfnr'M.tti 3 RQtake place fdItheJMaoidc Hall, Mail sonlcTemple Bullutng, Louisville, Ky. TIIURSDA Y Xoiu 29, 1S83. AlMVFtni fiOllrry nud Fnlr Iniwlii(ris olmrteredbytlmLeaMaturaof K4iaud twice declared leal by the hluhest court In the State. Bond hvn to Hmry couuty In the sum of $tuyXK)for the'prompt payment of all prlzPHsold. A Revolution In Mingle Number h DrnwIiiRH. iwrEvery ticket holdenhjij own supervisor, can call out the number on his ticket and so tho conespondlne number on ti e ta placed In Die wheel In his produce. Tiles? drawing will occur on tin last Thursday of oveiy, month. Read tho tnngntneent Novomher Soh'-me. 1 Prize , SUMO 1 i'rlze lixx) 1 Prle 5.00J 2 Prizes SAW) eich 6,W) 5 Pilzes. 90 each 5,c00 9 Pi1ZfS$)0Hchv Approx'u Prizes,.., 2,700 0 Pi lzs 2i) euch, ' ' 1,00 9 Prizes, lim each, M 2i Prizes, W) each 10,000 100 Prizes 100 each 10,000 200 Prizes, 60 each 10,000 5"0 Prizes 2ii each 10,00 1UO0 Prizes 10 each 10,00 1,857 Pilzes, 8110,100 WliolcTlc'Urf. ft'2. Ilnlf TlrkotM 81. 27 TlekelH, 851. 0.1 I lelo t 9100. RhuiIl inpmvv or bank diaft In letter, or fomlltvettfre;. DON'T ENO BY LETIER OR POTOFFICE ORDER, until further notice. Orders of 5 und upward bv express can be sent at our own expense Addle all order to J J. DOUGLAS nepliditwly LouNvllle. Kv. IT) others, r , Hnn 4i P iim&n Xa aJLJLJL0M.M Your Ghildrenl r m mJKf m r . aF mwr'wKt But co toyour dnurgUt or merchant aud cct a bottle of V111n1 World Worm Candy, the moat efUclent and palatable worm medicine made. It H put ut In delightfully Havered sticks of candyt aud tho little oued love to take it " 'P1HM1AM JACKSON, Dealer In BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spi lu;r Wuoiis and Harness. . Repoitoi No IS button stient, Maysvlllo, K.. HeadiUiiteoi DR. JAl and lellable Horse Medicines. DR. JACK80NN JJLACK OIL cuihs man?e, rriu'Ued heel, win is Keasy lieei, pili'ke I toot, nul'tei, muhI cinekM.ccniti Pi Ice 50 cents. DR JAClvbONN ULlhrEUINO OINTMENT is nu execPent lemedy lor spavin, cappetl hock, cuib snllnt cinmp or tialu ol the whirl bone. Pi Ice 3ft eel in. DR. J V KsONM WHITE OIL cures lung fever, lnilaunllon o the kidneys and Usui In turn 01 hoise, P lee 50 cents DR. J A KsoN'ft FOOT OIL is an ellectlvo lemedy tot chatts, sou 01 in hotses1 fett and maimc nud lice In cattle nud liotM, Price ni) cei t. tO"M'nt touny iiddieson receipt nt pi Ice. oetlSilly TIIOM S I t KuN, A. R. BURGESS, No. a, Socoial Vireel, will oiler on and alter Thutsday, October 11. (he lollowlmc meat bargains; One Ihousuud yards of heavy, lull .standard worth 50 cents por yard, for 25 cents, slightly damaged by waler. One thousand varus of heavy nine ounce Joans guaranteed all puro wool fllllm; and made In Keutuekv, worth 50 cents per yard, for 33 cents. A full aud complete block of NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom pi Ires nun Ah Flannels from fi cents per yaid to 25 cents. Ten thousand yaulsof prints in good styles nnd fast colois, 5 cents per yard. Gent's lieavy, all wool Red Undershirts woithSi 50tach lorgl.u). A lull lino of new Towels, Table Linens, Napkins. Joisey Gloves, Uuderweai, Rett L'otulorts and Blankets. ANo a largo amj wellfelecKHl stock ot Cloaks In all the new styles Just lecelved fiom New VorU. Fltty pieces of Gingham at 5 cents oyatd. oildlin Toiix wiir.rxiai, .Dealer In: Fruit, FMi,itc, U. F. HEMINGWAY A- c6:$ ANC1I0U"1SUANU E,aw Oysters, TO-OAY'S IMtlCES. S..qunUrans 0 FA VORITE.iiu.ii leans Wo ANCHOR, standard, quilt t cans .,.;Vo HELECT. quart cans 0o N. V. HADDLE ROCK, quail cans SOo itlTLK, per quiut So FWIi 5, 8 nud 100 HERftfflARlSU LAGE as ess HI o IL- AV&sbW. STfi ,rttjZ?&&8W x 00 OV-AJI anotlN niirt Wor K WAlUtA.NTEiy. Nninber4'J,8eoonil strcot. throe doors below Market wtrpt't. Miiyavlllo. Kv. nnlllHlly T AHlti:UKIVIXU UAIIiY tho bcstbraiuU of- FRESH OYSTERS I which will bo served In nil vtyles." For 8hIo also by tho can, hall-can or In bulk nt prices T.J.NOLIN, at Illorloy's coufectlouory storo, aecoud Hw 1 t V