Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUE8DAY EYENING, NOV. 13, 1883. BOBBER & XoOABTHY, Publishers aa4 Proprietors, To Whik Addumbs Axx. Communications W From Miner Bro.'s, Banta Claus, To-day send out tba nowa Tliat he has got a routing stock Of Christmas boot and shoes. And you can write It on n card, And stlok It In your liftt, At rates to milt all pookot.books The lean, a well ai fat. Read tho now ndvortiaomonts to-day. S Dhb38bo turkoys can now bo bad In Mnyavillo at 10 and 12J conts & pound. Mrt. Iiaao M. Lamb, ono of Mayavlllo's best cltUona, Is a candidnto (or councilman. m Ir you want an excollont cigar try tho Brutus. It la llavanna flllod and costs only flvo contu. Tubrb will bo a privato hop at "Washington Hal, on Wednesday evening, November 28th. Oil Tiiosb who oxpoutto buy holiday goods should watch closoly the Bulletin's advertising columns. Thd coat of living during the approaching winter promises to bo loss than it has Lbeeh for everul years. 10, off the Mnysvillo branch of the Eontucky Central, is at tho Covington car shops for repairs. Tun Gas company is putting down tho pipos across Second Btreot extension. LThat thoroughfare will bo lighted noxt tweek. Mr. CnAnLss H. "Walz is announced relsewhero as a candidates for city asses- sor. lie is capable and would (111 tho FoiHco creditably. "With eggs at 25 cents a dozon, well may bo oxclultn, " Firo tho rascals out I" iWo refer, of course, to tho manufactur ers of this necessary article A vhrt large and handsome edition of Hogarth's engravings, with letter-press descriptions, is on exhibition atPhister'a book store. The price is $100. Tub brick work of Cooper's tobacco I warehouse is about finished. Nearly six hundred and seventy thousand bricks woro used and they woro all made in this city, and aro of tho beat quality, of course. mm Tub home placo of James M. William- iBon. decoased, situated on tlto Tnylors 'Mill and Flomingsbnrg dirt road, and containing eev'on acres, was sold by Judge Wall, as Master Commissioner, on Saturday lost, to Turner Bramblo, for ktho sum of $045. Mb. J. C. Owhnb, with a view of Sing abreast of the times, has recently 'bought a sow and seven pigs, which ho . proposes to put on tho town this winter, and as the breed is a well known onu there Is no doubt they will do their full share of depredating. , .. . . . Tub Chnnfraus drew a largo audience at tho Opera House last night. Wo aro pleased to announce, that by special re-quest, they will return to Maysville and appear again at tho Opera House noxt Monday and Tuesday eyonings, and at a matinee on Monday afternoon. Further notice will be made. O a - i..i.-.iii. Mb. Frank 8BrraRs,of Kenton county, thru loft at this otneo two very flno sam ples of "Whito Burley tobacco, of his own growing. Tho crop was sold at Covington for $21 50 a hundred pounds. Mr. Bottom wishes to mako an engage ment to grow tobacco on shares, and bos an advertisement to that effect elsewhere, Thb following sales woro mado on Mon- . day, County Court day, by Mr. Wm. E. 'Well l 1 two year old (IMMMHIMININMlf -.100 00 1 suckllnc. ttM I ... MOO 2 two year old mules,,., ( II ... ro oo a lures year oiu moor I 4 hWOM I s.rrel bona .,..,.. .. no oo a old wm on... ....... . I8 60 jl painmule.. . 240 on is seers ! ,... .. 67 00 1 cow and calf. 40 U) Tub following sales wero made on Mon' day, County Court day, by Mr. G. C, Goggln: 64 calves ..-.I M 25 1 sow and plus.., u to 4 yearling cultlo, t a 140 00 la cattle i '((MM HO 00 tl cow and ealr.... 40 00 El eowandcalL 40 00 II cow and calf. lHIMHMMHMM t MOO II cattle..,........ ISO 00 B X im4HrtttllitttHlMlHmMM..MMilWH 100 00 j amau mules. - MHMM4HM(4 TOCO 1 horse.....M.M tt9ti 100 00 l old iinrss IS CO .1 old hone , 25 00 r 1 old horea ....., 4000 1 1 old none , S7 00 rl ater... fllaMaaM , MOO Gob, F. H. Bibrbowhr has recently been engaged in some interesting Bciontlc' Investigations at tho rooms of tho Hiatorlcial Bociety in tiiia city. Col. U, bus mado a very valuable collection of mound relics within the past two years, some of thorn having boeu gathorod as far south as the Stato of Mississippi, though the collection is, in tho raa!n,ehiofly illustrative of the archeology of this State. The Colonel was an early student of this branch of science, bavins been connected with the Ferry expedition to Japan, and intimately associated with the ethnologist of that expedition, Dr. Uroor. Tiie rooms of the society are always open to porsonB desiring to examine these collections. County Court Proceedings . The Dover and Minerva Turnpiko Co. produced a report of its financial condi tion, which was ordored to bo filed. An inventory, otc, of tho cstato of August Moisnor, docoased, was filed and ordored to bo recorded. Tho report of allotment to tho widow of August Moisnor, docoased, was filed and ordored to bo recorded. Upon application of tho Mt. Olivet and Two Lick Turnpiko Co., J. B. Burgess, John E. "Wolls and J. 0. Savago woro appointed a committee to oxamlno and receive tho balanco of their road in this county. Jamos Hunter resigned as ovorsoor of roads in Precinct No. 12, and John was appointed in his stead. Tho lost will and tcstamont of Maria Hixson, deceased, was produced in court and proven by tho outlis of Charles . Dlmmitt and It. II. Nowell, and admitted to record, Michael "Walton, Br., was oxonorated from tho paymont of tax on $200 on land. Daniol Mahar was exonerated from tho payment of tax on $1,100, under equalization. Ordorod that Dr. J. P. Phister, for wife, bo and ho Is hereby oxonorated from tho payment of tax on $300 on lot. i IuBolront Because Idlo. Incapable Ignorant of details. Incomo less than oxponsoa. Tn too groat hasto to got rich. Involved in outside speculations. Insuranco ia rogarod unnecessary. Impractjcabloin aims and methods. In everybody's business but your own. Inspection and an inventory aro too much trouble. - Immoral, importlnont, incautious, in- jndlcious and inlemporato. SUCCESSFUL DECAUdB " I dofy all fottora, though thoy wore make of gold." In harmony with tho spirit of tho times. In silence thoro is many a good morsel. Improvement is constantly sought. Industry is second naturo. In lovo with llfo'B work. Integrity ia maintained. Instant in decision. I will it. A Druggist's Story. Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, Druggist, Now-burg, N. Y. writes ua: "I havo for past ten yoara sold several groas of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for tho Lungs. I can Bay of It what I cannot say of any other medicine. I havo nover heard a customer speak of It but to praiso Its vir tues In tho highest manner. I havo recommended it in a great many cases of whooping cough, with tho happiest effects. I havo UBod it in my own family for many yeara ; in fact, always havo a bottlo in tho medicine closot ready for uso." STOKH ON THE LAKES. Many Wrecks Reported and Grrnt Loss of Lire. Bpecial U Daily Bulletin. Cincinnati, O., November 13th. Terrific gales havo prevailed during tho last twenty-four hours along all tho lakes accompanied at many points by blinding snow. WreckB in great number aro reported and heavy loss of lifo. GBEAT FIRE. Half of Shenandoah, Pa., Burned Loss Estimated at Millions. Special to Daily Bullxtin. Cincinnati, Ohio, November 13th. A firo nt Shenandoah, Pa., destroyed half tho town and two hundred and fifty families aro mado homoless. Tho losses estimated at millions of dollars. Seven Persons Drowned. Bpoclal to Daily Uullbtin. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 13. O. M.ChaBO, Superintendent of tho Wisconsin fisheries, with his son and fivo other porsonB, were drowned whllo crossing Potoska Bay in an open boat. PERSONALS. Mrs. Martha Yatea left Monday night for St Josoph, Mo, Mrs. Thomas A. Duvio, of Cincinnati, ia in Maysvlllo to-day. Mr. Lon Haloy, of the Kentucky Central, was in the city yostorday. Mr. Qcorgo 11. Means, of Aurora, Ind., is visiting ills fathor, Mr. Robert F. Moans. Dr. A. II, Wall and wifo, of Front stroot, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Lcwffl Aporson, at Mt. Sterling, Ky. Jamea Mclntyro, a died at Paris, on Sunday. Ho owned a half interest In Lizzio Ballard, Con- tervillo, Katie Fearco and othor fine horses. Mb. John H. Richardson, of Vanco-burg, Ky., and Miss Magglo O. Chevis, of Lexington, arrivod by the train this morning, and woro married at Aberdeen a littlo lator by Esquiro MobbIo Roasley. Thoy woro in cbargo of Mr. -Frank Reynolds, the accommodating messenger of the Kentucky Central. Ills business In tiiia line la growing. . m . Ayer's Sarsaparilla works directly and promptly, to purify and enrich tho blood, improve tho appetite, strengthen tho nerves, and braco up tho system. It is in tho truest sonso an altorntiyo tnediclno. Every invalid should flvo It a trial. CITY ITSMIS. Advertisements Inserted under this head' Ing 10c per line for each Insertion. Try Langdon'a City Butter Crackers. Children's cloaks and cloaklngs at Hunt& Doyle's. All wool rod undershlrtfl at $1.25 at Nesbltt & McKroll's. Russian circulars and dolmans cheap at Nesbltt & McKroll's. Good bod comforts from 85c. to $2.25 at Nesbltt and McKroll's. Great bargains in flno Blankets at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market street. . Cloaking and Sacking Cloths cheap at J. W. Sparks A Bro.'s, 24, Market street, Ninety-eight difforont styles of now neckwear open to-day at Hunt & Doylo's. Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doyle, thoy know how to fit you porfectly. m . Fivo hundred dolmans, jackets and cloaks at Hunt & Doylo'a to-day. Bring on tho babies. Pictures taken Instantaneously by Kockloy at M. & K.'s book storo. o20dtf All wool red Undershirts at 75c., $1.00 and $1.25 at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24 Market street. m It ia not yot too lato to securo your tickets for Chanfrau to-night. Everybody is going. m i Cloaks, Jackets, Dolmans and Circulars. Ohoapoat at J. "W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Markot street . The largest and most fashionable audience of tho season will bo at tho opera houso to-night to seo tho Chanfraus i i Nesbltt & McKroll aro making leaders this season, of ladies' and Mcii'b woar, blankets, etc. Cloaks. Tho largest lino and tho lowest prices in Maysville at Nesbitt & McKroll's. Groat bargains in Bed Comforts. Wo mako big reductions in tho prices of all our Bed Comforts. J. W. Sparks & Bro. Shawls! Shawls I Wo placo on Balo our enliro stock of Shawls at a big reduction from former prices! J. W. Sparks & Bro., 21, Market street. Carpets, Oil Cloths and Window shades. Wo will oiler great bargains in these goods for the noxt twenty days. J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, Market street. Flvo hundred ladies' Merino Vesta cheap. Ono thousand men's Undershirts at 20c., 25c., 30c., 35c, 40c, 50c., COc. and 75c, at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s. Something New. " Brutus" cigar. Havana filled. Price fivo cents. Manufactured by ol2d2t Hinton & Hunt. Great Bargains in black Cashmeres, direct from tho importors all pure wool, at 40c, 50c, 60c, 05c, 75c, 85c, 00c and $1.00. Call and examine before you buy. J. W. Sparks & Bro. Old folks and nervous people should go to Kackley's gallery for pictures by tho lightning process. Don't wait for sunshine, any kind of weather will do. Kackloy's dry platea will do you up. Avoid tho harsh, irritating griping compounds bo often sold as purging medicines, and correct tho irregularities of the bowels by tho uso of Ayor's Cathartic Pills, which aro mild and gontlo, yot thorough and searching, in their action. Harper for Christmas. Tho Christmas number of Harper's Magazino will bo an unusually beautiful number, and will surpass all provious undertakings in magazino litoraturo. Leave ordora with Harry Taylor, No. 23, Markot Btreot. An old-fashioned upright clock, mado years ago, In Winchester, by Daniol .Curtis, now ticks tho timo in a Lexington, Ky., dry goods Btoro. RETAIL MARKET. Corrected dally by R. D. Lovkk, grooer and produso dealer, Nos, CO and 62, Mnrkot street, Maysvlllo, Ky. - anooKMES. OofTbo 1 lb .........,................ m.u.m...9 15J!0 Molasses, old crop, id giu 00 Molasses, fancy, new V sal . 75 Molasses, sorghum, fancy, V gal CO Sugar, yellow V & 8 Sugar, extra C, It). ... 9 Hugar a. v u - 0)4310 rjUKtr grnuuiuvai it u..,...mm......m.... 1010i SuRar, nowdeiod, periu... Sugar, Now Orleans, V ft. flafl Teas, ) ft .,... 4Q 00 Coal Oil, head light V gal ltt 4 20 1'IIOVIHIONS AND CODNTUY PU0DU0E. Apples, per pock.... .. 25a Bacon, brealcfast V IN.... Ilacon, clear sides, per tt.. t lluoon, Hhiiih.V ro .... Uacon, Shoulders, per lb.,.. Ueans Itutter.1 lb .... ... Chlokens. each isaso ...,- ,1.l.l HAM M, AIIIVB, UIICU. 'CI tu... Peaches, dried, per lb. Kceo.WdOS... Flour, Limestone, per tmrrol... M Flour, Old Gold, per barrel Flour, Maysville Fnnoy, per barrel... Flour, Mason County per barrol Flour, Keutucky Family, per barrel-Flour. Magnolia Family, por,burrel... iioney, per id, ......... ! t uoininy, v aauou., lt AlOai Vl POGKMM..M.A..MM.....M.M.......... ljnru, tH u....m... I ... ( .t Onions, per peck.,., iiecic, .... M,. Turkeys, drosBol, per lb, ........ ,........ , MAYSVILT.K OOAI. 1IARKET. Anthraolto at Elevators, per ton 98.23, delivered. J8.60. Youglilogheny nt Elovators, per bushol Ho. dellverd 16c Kanawha nt Elevators, per bushel Ho. do. lived 12a Pomory nt Elovators, por bushel Oo. delivered lOo. WANTED. Twenty thousand Ilvo turkoys WANTED and 60,000 dor.cn tresli eggx. Highest mnrketprlcu paid. 11. D. NOIIT uuuri'dtuu., uutton street, Maysville, Ky, 1105d(SW XTT ANTED A good ennvnssor for a TV Bclllng book. Good cdmmlsRlonH. Ex- elusive territory. WM. OWENS, oitxm Uullotln olllco. FOR RENT. T?On HENT-The two story brick building i.- on from sirooi Known as Arcnuu Ann v to JOHN ItYAN, WnshlngtOH, Ky. orJOHN u. w xxixai.i'M, city. niudjt In Filth rooms. a. W. DLATTERM AN, J k, nl2d2t RENT A desirable residence hi Fifth FOR brick house with flvo rooms and a kitchen. Including a good stable Apply to JOHN O'DQNNELL. Market street. ii'Jdlt T?OR RENT Excollont fall nasturo i'er J? month : Cows, 82 ; horses and mulos, S2.ro, Apply to UULUERTBON, East Moysvllle. u7dlw RENT Furnished front room for gentlemen FOR lodgers. Inquire at this olllco. olOdlf FOR SALE. 8ALE0R RENT The houso now occupied FOR by Bulsor, Petry Co as a char laciory. vuiwjjij Wllllt IS A1AUT1JN, HAIjE A small two-story frame FOR on tiecond street. Tortus reasonable. n9 M. F. M AR8H, Butop Btreot. OR BALE A nice residence on Court E Btreot. Apply to m. u. uummna, na T?OR BALE Tho splendid farm of Mrs Ju-JC dlth Calvert, cohtalnlng about W acres. Iti two miles of Maysvlllo on tho Ohio river, MUCarmel pike, and Huntington's railroad. First-class Improvements. Flno Irult treos and markot garden. GARRETT S. WALL, novldAwlm Maysville, Ky. T?OH BALE The farms of Lewis llrooks JD 223H acres, near Minerva; It. M.Marshall, 180 acres, ncm Wnslilnalon : R. Howard. 130 acres, near Maysvlllo : Smoot Terhuno, 1C6 acres, on Lawrenco Creek; Mrs. MoAteo. 80 acres, noar Maysvlllo; 18 acres at Wolfe's aim, Aiinorvn pme. GARRETT B. WALL, novldAwlm Maysville, Ky. T?OR BALE Huslnosn houses and dwelt- J? lngs. Part of old Uoddard Houso, corner of Market and Front streets rotttal 8700 nor yoar. Warehouso, corner Wall and Hecotid streets. Brick dwolllug on Fourth street. Doumo uncK iiweiimg on mocouu, uoiween Markot aud Limestone. GARRETT 8. WALT., novldAwlm Maysville, Ky. LOST. Lt)ST On Saturday, a small bundle, con-I talnlngdry goods, on tho turnpike ro id from Augusta to Wunliliiutou. Please lc.vu at this odlce, ul3d2t lid's ear-drops. Finder please turn to this ofllce. ANNOUNCEMENT. for Micrin. Wo are authorlrod to announce tbnt DAN PERRINE Is a candidate for tho olllco of Bheria of Mason county, at tho August election, 1881, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. For Mnyor. We aro authorized to announco that M. F. MARSH Is a candidate tor tho office of Mayor of the city of Maysvlllo nt tho January election, 1884. We are authorized to announce that HORACE JANUARY Is a caudldato for re-election as Mayor of Maysville, at tho ensuing January election. For City Clork. Wo aro authorized to announco that LANGHORNE M. T A. II II Is a candldflto for tho olllco of City Clerk at tho ensuing election. We aro authorized to announco that HARRY TAYLOR Is a candldato for re-oleo-Hon as City Clerk at tho ensuing January election. For City Assessor. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco that Mr. CHARLES 11. WALZ Is a caudldato'for City Assessor, at tho ensuing January election, For Collector nml Treasurer. Wo are authorized to announco that E. E. PEARCK Is n candldato for re-election as Collector and Treasurer of Maysvlllo at tho ensuing Jauuary election. For Couucllniftii. Wo aro authorized to announco that Mr. ISAAC M. LANE Is a candldato for Councilman In tho Fourth Ward, at the noxt election. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco that JOHN W. ALEXANDER Is a candldato for to tho council from the Fourth Ward, at tho eusulng Jauuary election. For Wlinrrmnster. We aro authorized to nnnounco that ROBERT FICKLIN, JR., Is a candldato for reelection as Wharfmaster, at tho next January election. For Mnrnlinl. Wo nro authorized to announco Mr. W. W W ATKINS as a candidate for Marshal nt tho ensuing January election, 1884. Wa nrn nnthnrleed to nnnounco JAMES HABBON, Br., as a candidate for city marshal at the Jauuary election. Not one cent for electioneering purposes. Wo nro authorized to announce that W. 11. DAWBON Is a candldato forthoofflco of City Marshal, at the ensuing January eiecuou, He BollclU tho support or ins menus. We aro authorized to nnnounco that JAM EB REDMOND Is a caudldato for as Marshal of Maysvlllo at tho ensuing January election. The support of hU friends Is sollo. tted. MR. ROBERT W. DROWNING announces that ho Is a candldato for City Marshal at the ensuing January election, on the first Monday In January, 1884. Your support Is ABM FOR BALE. F A BEAUTIFUL HOME ! I offer forsnlo, privately, my farm, lu Bath county, containing 135 nores of lnnd, lying Immediately on the Maysvlllo find Mt. Sterling Turnpiko, mile from thoslty ol Bethel aud four miles from Bharpsburg. This farm Is In a high stato of cultivation, well lm proved with n good two-story frnmo bouse, oou Darnanunu uuueHHiiry uuiuuiiuiuku uiu It Ukestooompleton first-class farm. Every thing In good repair, good neighborhood, convenient to schools, churches, mill postoftlcos and blaoksmlth shops. Plenty of stock tho dryost season. Plenty of virgin soil lor tobacco. A gold mine. Parties wishing to buy are Invited to call on or nddrefls mo at Bethel, Bath county. n8lin W.M.BELL. PilesI Pilesll Piles!!! Old BROWN'S PILE O l RE will euro any caao of protruding or ulcerated blooding Plica by a low applications. A trial will convince any one who Is suffering with this loathsome dlseaso that what we say Is true. For sale by GEORGE T. WOOD, Wholesalo Druggist, Je30dAwra Maysvlllo, Ky. THE I'LACKTO GJ.T CIIKAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GJEOBOJE ORI,Jr.8, mchSldly BU'P1X)N HTREET, New Advertis9ments. DR. STRONG'S PILLS Tad Old, Woll Tried, Wondorfal Eoa'.th Hollowing Bomodles. NTRONO'N NANATIVK I'ltLN for flin 1,1 ver. A speedy euro for l.lvor Complaint. Ileguluttug the liowels, Purifying tho liloocl, Cleansing from Malarial Taint. A perrecl 'enre for Nick Ilcnilnclic, t'oiisliimllon nml IyNneiiMln. NTHUNU'M I'lXTOKAL. PILLS Insure healthy appetite, good dUestlon, regularity of tho bowel. A suro remedy for Colds and Rheumutlim. A ircclouH boon to tlcll. onto reirtnlcH, soothing uud bracing the HVHletn. and ulvlttu vlszor mid health to every flbro of the body. Hold by Druggists. For phampliletf, etc, nddress C. E. Hull A Co. IK)X CoO, Oow York city. KNABE PIANOS. 37, Nccnml utreot, MnyHvlllo, Hy. PIANOS and ORGANS, 37,Ntcoiiil ntrcct, MnyHvllle, Ky, L. IT, METGElt, Afft. nn.n.n. kahe, of thfl DtQalnofj OPIUM U htu tn llgm, now oaert ft Remedf w ierbT bdt on aii Hra hlinftflf At nofna oulrklr And poJnteMljr. For WatlmonltU. aod tt)4oreruuU. Uttr from coiioeDt mtlc sil men, tod a full detcrlptlon or tho trtatmtnL vllriiU.ll.IkAE,A.MMM.D.,40W.!llhfit,NwIoiks r ASI ItEVKIVING DAILY tho best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will bo sorved In all stylos. For tale also by thocau, half.cau or In bulk at prices. T.J. NOL1N, at lllerley's confectionery store, Becond HI. A, R, GLASCOCK &. CO I! Is the best placo to get bargains In DBY GOODS. FRESH OYSTERS ! Host brands served In any style, DAY OR NIUHTat R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant. My establishment has liitely been fitted up In handsome style, and Buppneu witu ever convenience. (lookliiir unexcelled. R. M. WILLETT, s26d3tn No. 8. Market street, rvISNOLUTION Or PAnTNKIWIIIl. nrm of White A Ort, furniture dealer, aiHE this day been dissolved by mutual consent, Charles II. White retiring. The will bo conducted at tho old stand by Henry Ort. CIIAH. H. WHITE, HENRY ORT. Maysville, Ky., Nov. 8, 1881. All account duo and debts owed by the old firm, will l Nettled nt tho office, elthor mem tier of said firm being authorised to receipt forsame. WHITE A ORT. nlOdlmo VTOTICE. HAVE this day purchasid from J. B I Stewart nil his right, title aud Interest In the clgur stand, situated on tho corner of Front and Market Mreets, Maysville, Ky., and the ontlrn stock therein contained, with tho fixtures, aud the book notes and bills of said stand. J. II. Stewart Is no longer authorized to collect any dobla or accounts duo tho staud, or to make any debts on uccount thereof. All bills must bo paid to mo or to F. I Stewart. NICHOLAS BURGER. Noveinbor7, 1883. novSdlw toiin wiii:kli:k, :Dcalcr In: CONFECTIONERY, FrU.F,s.,,AI.FEMINaWAYACO,S Eaw Oysters, I'UICES. H.. quart Cans 2"c FA VORITE, quart cans 30c ANCHOR, standard, quart cans ...HSc SELECT, quart cans ......4Uc N. Y. SA1)1)LE ROCK, quart cans 60c BULK, per quart arc FI8H..... 5, 8 aud 10c rilllOSIAN JACKNON, Dealer lu BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring Wilsons mid IlnrucsN. Repository No. 18, Button Btreot, Maysville, Ky. Headquarters for DR. JACKSON frt and rellublo Horse Medicines. DR. JACKBON'B 11LACK OIL cures mango, cracked heel, warts, groasy lieol. nrlckod foot, quitter, sand eracks, corns eto. Price 50 conts. 'l)R. JACKBON'hi BLISTERING is au excollont remedy for enlargements, spavin, ring-bone, capped hock, curb splint, cramp or strain of tho whirl bone. Price, 50 cents, mt. .lAiiKHON'S WHITE OIL cures hint! fovor, lnllamatlon ot the kidneys and tlsm In man or horse. Prtoo 60 cents. DR. JACKSON'S FOOT OIL Is an ellectlve remedy for chafes, soroa or In horses1' foot nud mango uud lice In catllo nud liA.ua Prlpn fil rniltri. lonnv auuroHsnu receiiit u price, octlSdly THOMAB JACKS' N, A. R. BURGESS, No. 3, Second Nticet, will offer on and after Thursday, October II, the following groat bargains: One thousand yards or heavy, full standard worth GO con U por yanl, for 25 cents, slightly damaged by water. Ono thousand yards of heavy nlno ounce Jeans, guaranteed all puro wool lining and mado lu Kouturky, worth 60 cents per yaid, for 35 conts. A full nud complete slock of NEW DRESS GOODS, at bottom prices. Canton Klannols from 6 cenU per yard to 2-5 cents. Ton thotiKand yards of prlnta In good styles nnd fast uolois, R cents por ynrd. Uent's heavy, all wool R d Uudorsltlrts, worth Si 60 each fori l.iu. A lull lino of new Towels, Tnblo Linens, Napkins, Jersey Gloves, Hodery, Unilerwoai, Bed ComfoiU and Illankots. Also a largo aud stock of Cloaks In nil the new stylos Just recolved from Now York, fifty pieces of Glughum at 6 cents a yard, olldlm CRAWFORD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sta. Lkwib VANnKi, Proprietor. 830,000 FOR 82. fk Regular Monthly DrawJajr will rnntnlco place in tho Masonlo Jinu, bJ ' '" son InTmnnlo Building. LoulsVlllo, Ky. I TIIUJRSnAY, Nov, 9, 1883. A I.mvfnl Lottery nml Fair JlrnwlnarN chartered by tho Leglnlaturo of Ky. nud Iwlco declared leual by tho highest court In the State. Bond given to Henry county in tno sum of 8100,000 for tho prompt payment oi uu prizes sold. A Revolution In HIiirIo Numucr lirnwliiKH. irEvcry ticket holdor his own supervisor, can call out tho number on his tiokol and ueo tho corresponding uumucr on mo uig pmceti In the wheel In his presence. These drawings will occur on the last Thursday of overy mouth. Read tho magnificent VnVAIIlliltl NnllAlllA. 1 I'rlzo - J3n,000 1 I'rlzo i",uwj 1 !rlr.n 6.O0O 2 1'ilzes, 82,600 each 6.W o i'il.es, i.w encn " H I'rlzes: aw each, Approx'n Frizes.... 2,700 l) 1'ilzes SWoach, " " l.WW 0 KM each, " " .." 20 1'ilzes.WO each 10,000 100 Pil.eM, 100ach 10.000 200 1'rlzos, W each 10,0ai a Prizes, 20 each t 10,t) 1000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000 ii7Pilzos, 8HO,400 Wlinln TlrkctM. 8J. Ilulf Tlekotn, 81. 27 Tickets, gliO. SS'licUotadluu. Remit monov or hauls draft In letter, or I send by express. DONT BEND BY ir,ltr,u LEiiiru ru3iurriuciunuiiiii until lurlher notice. Orders of 85 and upward by express, can bo sent at our own oxpouso Address all orders to J. J. DOUGLAS. sepl7dwly LoulsVlllo, Ky. Don! Punish Your Uhildrenl K Hut goto vour dnutglst or merchant and got a bottle of Wills' AVorld AVoriil Cuntly, the most elllclunt and palatalilo worm medicine mnile. It Is put nil in delightfully flavored sticks of cnudj, uud tliu little uucdlovo to take It. I MANUFACTORY F. L. TRAYSER, :Dealer In first-class: PIANOS ! ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ! PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I Front Street, fllnysvIHcJj AXXJEN&CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS S. W. Cor. Main & Fi th, OINUINNATI, OHIO. Invite attention to tlioir ntook m Drurs, iriuea, i'uhu,uiuai ujv miiir. Tliey arul tbo pronrletorH of tho oilclnnt and gonulntv AiiFu.nBrrrwiiuui,iiiiiuviii,'i'naQr(ieraur nauttouauuii iiiuu uuyurs l'uriicumny solicited T. Lowry, :Dcn1er In!' FAMILY GROCERIES ! Teas, Queensivarc. igar.s, Olassware, Tobaccos. Nations. nighestcash prlcopald for country produce. JylSdtf Comer Fourth nnd Plum streets. 14.50U Boxes sold in n year by OWE I Act Directly on tlie CUltKH OHILtfl AND FKVKB, DrsPETOI. Hick Hkwiache, Dilious Colio, TIIIM, UllKUUATISU. 1'ILIS, 1'AlHtaTIOM ok Tim IIkaiit, Dizziness, torpid Livkb. l'OATKIT()N(lUK, BLEBVLEIMNIBHa. AND ALl! UIHKA8KH GIT TUB L1VK1I AND STOMACH. If yuu mi inn - itwi viy wuii," r singio pin at liwl.tlmu tlmalHtes the ttomaob, rvitores uih ni'Jcwio, iuiiivu vmur vu IU9 sjritrm. E, SELLERS & GO,, Pittsburgh, Pa. LYON&HAl,Y' biaio a Monroo bu..Chipago. W 111 itn 1 rttmVl to any 14rM thtlrA UAMOCAIAUUOUC. i for IteJ, vOti yHt gn.vwnl of iDtUutiwoCh hulU, Cn lUlU, r)mnonk LnauUu, CiLaiui. SUdJj. Irutu MlorV feUffi. txaA IUU. fiundrv lUnl OutfcU. KantilHi MhLvrktj. kUo Ioc1uIm I ititr uctlftu &ad K frUct fur AnttUiir lUuJi. ad J & CaIaWhi ei wiwk vua muui febl2dAwlr ,,Anakests',iLe! ???! n infaMbH curt for Pile. VMS Prlca 1. M druffglta,or TS- A"ANAKKt4lB." .vi;cnj.aioatrtliQtX U V FE R E froa Yoatnfal lmproil.i IS s tiarrooa OtblUtr. MtuUI ol Wiantu,. Vdnkble fotnomeiiraEro. uataaBraarmA. oanfrJly. DtJLaOUn,Ba4Qaless MEAT ST0EE. RO. KIRK has opened a dally meat mad . kol on Market street, noxt ddor to Lovel's. and will keej all klmlsnr fraait at reaionablo prions and will deliver It tn part nt tho olty. Call and see ran. aUdOm