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TUESDAY EVE.,1 NOV. l&S.S'i HOSSER & MoOABTHY, Fubllshoraand Proprietors, To, WiiokAiin(iH AiA'cdimpipiTowa TO1 Tomi wwiwmK At Knckley 's gillorys myif rlend k Draw up youftlfe Muo, . W And watou bow quick ho puts 'era through Upoifuro Hgutniuiniiw He'll mako their pictures sharp mid ttno. In any kind of weather,'''' ' . And do'lt qalte as quick my Xrlond, As h can scorch a feather. All the Imnka in the city will bo doe eil oii -Thanksgiving day. J' , , , . . ' Tub steamer f, 1 Thompson hna bocn.vithdrfwnrom tlio CJincInnall and Vnnco)urg trade. i I 1 T Mr. Titos. McDonald, of Chester, had Bold his fromo eoltngd to Mrs. Nancy Hughes for$i,000, cash. East Maybvillk comes to tho front with" ilio" firat sour 'kriiiit of 'tho'BCfison. The Bulletin caught this item in the air. Tiir carpets for tho stoamcr Handy No. 2 have been supplied by Messrs. Goorgo CojC, & Soar Bomo. s . . r : : . & A Skh Mrs.' Arcb.dcncon'i? millinery an-, nouncemont elsewhoro. Sho halj just rocoiVQda.ndtBtQk,; qnd it liaajboun selected with rare good tnsto. PRor.V.'Wj'KioiiKsoK'Mj'. LdwisJN. Holiday, and Mr. Wag Iiicheson, on a recent Jiunting, oxpetUtipnjIn 'UJa cqunty hilled twenty rabbits and eight birds. 'TifBftrf w'iro ofght noV ftdtlUTpna tp Iho Southern Methodist Church, Inst night, at tljofpYiyal Tltq workiseoinarjust beginning. Tlioro havonecn over twonty ndditions.Let everybody and hear will continue on over tho Sabbath. r t " Parted ; or the Bankrupt's 'Wito' will bq produced at tho' ladies' mati nee this' afternoon, 'with iMrsV Chanf rau as Graco Shirloy, and Mr. Clifton W. tho author ;qf 'the play, as Dorsoyf Shirley. Tho ladies wouldn't of course, miss tho opportunity to see eoino flue acting by eminent artists. , s DEruTY'SuEaiFP JpjiN W., AlkiXndbii yesterday rect'ived an interesting invitation that reads as follows: Mr. John W. Alexander, JJeputy Hhtriff of Mason Cbunty, Ky. i You aro respectfully Invited lo bo present as u Npcctntor at the execution of Luko Jones und Win. Jones, the tnurd.rors of Andereoni Ludcuy, lu Alio criilri, houso yard, Jackxon, Ohio, on Friday, Dee. 'i, I8S3. Uuardswlll admit the named lu this Invitation. V. II. Uiikuinoton, Hborllf, Jacknoa county, Ohio. The play lust night at tho Opera Houso nltnuited'an audien.ee of -our most cultivated people, who wero dolighted with , rV( Clmulruu'a interpretation o( thq loading character, Isabol vnno, and they . aro prepared to bejievo all that tho metropolitan "press says of this charming nnd gifted lady. Sho will appear in Parted " ntho Tadies' matiheollbJfl,af"terH,oon., PERSONALS, j ' ' ' Miss jTlaggloj Scudderi is visHihgUhor fath'orj Mr. E..R. Scuddo. 1 1 f i 1 1 1 Mr. Robert Hall, brother of Prof. 0. J. Hall, who visited Maysvillo several mouths ago, has been elected State Senator in Virginia by n handsomo majority. Iron is lowor than after tho panic oft 1873, niuKBomo of Jhu Pittsburg miU owners, believe tluttftho dujlnessjjg the, iron trade is to bo repeated now. Thoy seem fully determined to shut down. Thoro is n report which could not bo confirmed, that tho Bossumor Steel Company have also ordered tholr fires out. In tho iron region of ncfiIgHn""tho workman aro causing trouble. Tho depression in trado comes from over-production, which has boon rendered easy by increased facilities. 'if, & M A M.fFrfljik7S. Diranfriiu willHmnearlal tho Opora Jlonso' thivoniligjn. " KU,' whlclt is always a favorito wit nilils com munity, and on this occasion, as on former ones, is ccttain to draw a crpvyded houso. Tho following notice of Mr. Chanfrnu iii this chnractor, is from tho ttljimoro Ainerieaof tlmtOth of October.:. ,! "i O jg TJ JH Frank H. Clinnfrnu produced that old favorite drama, " It, tho Arlciinsa.s Traveler," lust evot:ig ut Koid's Qrund Oporu House, and as usuiil nitrneted a laigo audience, In splto or tiiustarin. ano oiu lavorites nup ported him,, and Krauk lU.Wllls .uud'J.lV uonyers, us .jutiRoniiKKHuna ainjornquiKKS, word as lolly havcrererbeen, und-na oigerln pumultof freodrlnks. Dlrdle lllaob, u mlta of a chlldjwas areatlyraiiplnudetl Xur her ftSBumiitlou of llltla Allle; Kit's daugh ter, la tuo nrH,act,Ms uszio as Kit's wife, and subsequently as his daughter In tho latter portion of tho drama, the child being supposed to have grown up lu tho twelve yeurs that have elapsod tlio llrnt and second act. Tho burning ,of the Medora and ,tho, Cght .with ibowle kulvos betWoon KIrnd Mtuiualliond (Jtr.' J. Clinton llftlljwfrogrftftt Booni and! com mandod fl) 8arm ofapplause. The drama, as is well known, was wrlttou expresslyfor Mr. Uhaufrau many years hko. by K. Hntmcer and U. NY. Tayleurc, or tho llaltlmuro Press. Tho Philadelphia Rooord lm8TtUo following to say ol u Parted or It Isapleasuro to noto the engagement 5f Tayleure's C'ombluatlonjn arjod,", Xho piece Is tntoiiHuly lntoroetlng. stronft every fart froranho hlKhost to the lowest, being filled by an ox. pert. Henrlotia Chanfrnu, as "draco Bhlr fi'.a tt la vnrtr AfTnntlvA. Afirt nnmAnbtpotou linn rlglitlohe rnuked with tho foremost In prolession. ininoiiuru act, wnorosnooius her child kneel and pray that that tho enemies of her betrayed rather shall bo brought to justlco. tho audience beoorao spoil-bound with her burning oloqnenoo and inimitable acting. Fully two miuutcs elapsed era tho slightest sound was hoard, and then all tho pout up enthusiasm of tho sympathising came forth lu one long, loud burst of applause. Hi&H .COUNTY L'OINTH. 1?tlfall;fl r r u U a U M V , TWp.llCK. J. W. Illnsou's llttlo child Isgctllngvell. Rov. E, 0. 1'ollnrd, usslstod hy Hov.Mooro, Is conducting a series of nicotines at CliapoT. Thoro have been somo auditions. , , 1 Bevornl persons from hero attended county (1 o trading-ring) last MSudny.'u r)ur( The Mason, or tho Alt. Olivet, And Two Lick lufublKe Is corriplctcdr Messrs. jPlsliom ajreicuWtttxt.tOrtho lbatiks..or tho cdinpnnyand tho feommunlty,for tholr promptness In complotlBtttfberoad, nnd for mnklng favorably-with nuy turnplko road In the country. --Johnnie-Woodward nndMr. Givlnn, of Winuow, ity., aro visiting hero. ' ' MnftVUYSVtl.Mt. Tho mot pr our farmers aredohe killing hogs, and It may well ho said that wo uro living on the fat of tho land. Tho turnplko rdatl from hero to Maysllck is ncany cpmpioiea, mm mono ucsiring to travel :iat way lu thofutiiro will llndtho chuugeivery accdplublo uud pioasunt coin a rod 10 ino oiu mud road with Its many illls and hollows. Rov. F. H. Pollltt preached hero Monday night, tho 10th Inst. . j We havo somo 'enlerpVlso among our cltl loun, nrtwlll bo soon by looklug at tho Hour-lug mill of Goo. Wood, who has given It'n new shlnglo roor, als his barn, which has uuuu iroaieu iiaowise, Jlr. A. Howard has orcctod a very flio corn orlb whloh Is abovo high water murk itud rat proof. Our school la flourishing under tho man. agcmout.pf. Us popular aud accomplished teaohor, Miss Efflo Wadel. Mr. John Itrooklug Is very low with consumption. Washington Howe, W, 8. Cllft and Miller Ualbralth uro numbuied among the sick. Ourcropsaro not tho host this year. Corn Is ghprt undjlclit weluht. Tobacco, Home food, hut Jho great bulk of tho crop Is very nforlor. Tho growing wheat looks very promising. v f '" - i Rutnoior somebody olsd says 'that wo nro to i have auew school hohso la the spring, but -will hoping. BARDIS. At tho oloso of tho festival a handsome rake madoibyjMlss Cora .Hollo Arthur .was pi senlM byladlesof Hsrdls In token of their cleverness In furnish, lug Ihcjrhutldlngforsupperand guests. The beautltnl whlto cuke which fell 10 your roportor"w&smado by Miss Mary Leafchman. It wus u daisy. music, vocal and Instrumental, wa furnlshod on'tUo second uigbtof thofestlvul was by Misses Carrlo Dye, Llrzlo Hult nnd Hold. Caldwell. ' ReoulpU $73 both ulshls of tho festival, which assures tho' bulhliiig of lo the parsonage. A musical sqclal was,heldnt"Paytonln," oqSflturday evening "last, In honor bt the tho now' mistress of this pretty home. "Sho Sleeps lu tho Valley so Sweol," was of tho new, song leudeted by organ antj vlollq.jf ntj , f A masquerade pnrtr will ho' clvon nt tho " Aicado," In Sardls, on Thauksgivlng night. Lft the young ladles go lo work on their costumes aud tho boys " follow suit." Mr.H.T. Houldon nnd Miss Molllo took In the reception at Holmun Tarloton's, near Washington, on Saturday night last. ', Mr. Will Dye aud family have removed from the Owens place on Hliunuon to tho (mm of Lee Thomas mar Helena. They nro goodlpcoplo, and will, be, much 'missed by thqlrjiieighbors. J , j ? " Tlie fcstlvnl ontcafnraont given for tho beuclU of tho parsonage," by 'Iho "Indies of on tho nights of tho 13th and lh lust., woio social evonts most onloyablo. Tho entile Arcado-had been rcnttod throughout In superb style, and was placed nt the fiecdom of the guests, who numbered over ono hundred. Ilcpiosentatlvcs from tlio best, circles of society frera this nnd neighboring towns woro present. Tlio gon tlemon looked their best In their dress suits, whllotho ladles woro bewitching lu evening toilets of satin, plush and costly sllas, garnished with Jewels that wero not inoro dazzling than their pearlv teeth and bright eyes. Mauy wore opera bonnets and some of the corsage bouquets displayed by tho young ladles, wero mmiuup of the choicest roses. All tho rooms wero thrown open und well lighted. Tho bachelors' parlor was tho delightful reon the now found Mecca of tho youthful loVers. Tho evening was pleasantly beguiled with music selections from opera and concert. Advertisements, this head' Ing 10c per line for oaoh Insertion.. Try Lungdou's City ButterjCrackors. I REMKiiiintt tlio Indies' malinco Tuesday Altornoon. Children's clocks and cloakings at Hunt& Doyle's. All wool red undershirts at $1.25 nt Neabitt & MoKrell's. -1111831811 circulars and dolinaiui cheap At'lQ8bUTv& McKrell's.j, j V Good bed commits from 85c. to $2.25 at Neabitt and MoKrell's. Great bargains in lino Blankets at J. AY. Sparku & BrQ.', 24, Market street. Cloaking and Sacking Cloths cheap at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market Btreet. Ninety-eight different styles of now neckwear open to-day at Hunt & Doylo's. 1 Buyjyour cloakjfrorn Hunt A Doylo, hoy know hoyrjio fit yon perfectly. Fivo hundrotl "ilormansjnckots' nnd cloaks at Hunt A Doylo's to-day. m i Bring oh tho' babies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kaukley at M. A K.'b book store, . o20dtf I All wSol rediUnde'rshirta.nt $6o $1.00 and" $1.25 nt Jl .""Sparka A tirofl, 24 Matket 6treet. . "'Nesbjtt A McKrolj aro making leadors this Toason, of ladleVnnd Men's under- wear, bltfiikets, old. " . V 1 " .. -, i notice. "flSiim. a tiiA.tjf. n iir rt...i viu iu a. n. vuu a. uu,, vu. vni iiiui, for Bhinglos at a low prico. nl41w - llnnl.c , v , VUI1U3. t ' "'Tlio largest lino and tbojowost prices InJMayBjillo.atbitt A MoKrell's. 'Poots from 75 cents to $5. Family bibles now.and cheap, nt Morrison &, ' " 1 5 ' Cloaks, Jackets, Dolmans nnd Circulars.'. CUonpost'at J. "W. SparHs A Bro.'s, 24) Slarlcbl sCrco!. Poo's Rivon,""llJu8.trated by Doro, $0, liat" prico $10.' 1'or salo byiM. A K. i nl7dJjn ., , . t .. Great bargains in Bod Comforts, Wo mnko big reductions In tho prtcos of nil our Bed Comforts. J. "W. Sparks A Dro. Bird Dog For Sale I havo a number ono bird dog for solo. Call immediately. John Wheeler. Bisquo goods and ideals, now for Maysvillo, can bo seen in our bIiow & Kackloy'a Book Store, fellm - Shawls t'Shawls I Wo place on salo our ontiro stock of Shawls at a big reduction from former prices, J, W. Sparks & Bra, 24, Market street. ' Fivo hundred ladies' Merino Vesta cheap. Ono thousand men's Under shirts nt 20c.) 25o."SQc 35c, 40c, COc, COc. and 75c., nt X W. Sparks & Bro.'s. Reduction. From this dato FavorjUo oysters will bo reduced to 25 conts a can. .. John Wheeler. - - - Young Lndlcs' Journal. Doublo Decomber and'Oh'ristuias part, just received. Prico" GO cents. Harry Taylor's, No. 23, Market street. Olvcn Away." Quart and half gallon buckets will bo glvon,nway with bulk oystora bought of mo; until further notice " ul(kUf -"Jons Wheeler. Great Bargains in black Cashmeres, direct from tho importers all puro wool, at 40c, 50c., 00c, 05c., 75c, 85c, 00c. nnd $1.00. Call and oxamino beforo you buy. J. W. Sparks & Bro. Books lu Sets. Bulwcr, Dickons, Geo Elliott, Gibbons' Romo, Chambers, linns Anderson, nnd numerous juvonilesn sota, for palq by Morrison & Knckloy. 171rnd " j" Ayer'a Sursstparilla works' directly nnd promptly, to purify arid enrich tho blood, improva tho appetite, strengthen the nerves," nnd braco up tho system. It is in .tho truest nenso nu alterative medicine. Every invalid should givo it n trial. 'eiv Books. Mark Twaln'B " Lifo on tlio Mississippi," "Tom Sawyer," "Innocents Abroad," Will Carleton's " Farm Ballads,"" Farm Legends," " Farm Festivals." For salo by M. & K. nl7dlm It pcoplo troubled with colds would tako Aycr's Cherry Pectoral beforo going to .church or places of ontcrtainmpnt, thoy would avoid coughing, greatly to tho comfort of both speakers and henrers. Public speakers and sinucrs find that tho pectoral wonderfully increases tho powor und flexibility of tho voice. Lost Fnlth iu Physicians. Thcro are innumerable instances whoio cure? havo been ofTected by Scovlllo's Sarsaparilla, or Blood aud Liver Syrup, for all diseases of tho blood, when the patient has been given up by physicians. It is ono of tlio best remedies ever offered to the public, and as it is prepared with tlio greatest care, as a specific for certain diseases, It is no wondor that it is moro effectual than hastily written nnd carelessly prepared prescriptions. Tako Scovillo's Blood and Liver Syrup for nil disorders arising from impure blood. It is endorsed by all leading professional men. IIOIIN. In this city, November 10, I8.HH, to tho wllo or Mr. Charles Shephard, u lino daughter. Wolght ten pounds. M- MAHRIED. To bo marrlco, November 22, 1883. at tho resldeticoof Mr. H. L. Sroufe, Miss MAUUIK HflOUFK, of Mason county, Ky., to Mr. JOHN N. GOODMAN, of Fleming county. NovomberSOth, lbSJ, at the resldonco of Mr. H. J.Ualther, Miss MATTIE J. GAUHKRto Mr. THOMAS "A. TUUULiE, all of Mason county. ItKTAII, M.VKUr.T. Corrected dally by R. H, Lovkl, grocer and produce doaler, Nos.CO and 52, Market street, Maysvillo, Ky, tOnOOEUIES. r ., Coffee WTb. T I lS&CO Molasses, old crop, lb gal 00 Molassoo, fancy, new gal 75 Molasses, sorghum, fancy, gal CO Sugar, yellow ?11B..... nlpm H Sugar, extia C, V lb. .... 0 Hugar a. ip id. ..(.m.m....,...m......m. .... W510 Sunar. irranulated W k ...... WulOK Sugar, nowdeieil, pcrlb Sugar. New Ol loans, "Jl m. 7K0 Tens, ti id , tu Coal OH.headilght V gal..., 20 I'JtOYlBIOKS and couirriiY PIIODUCOB. Apples, per peck 23340 tliiGon, breakltist W tt .., I'M Uacon, clear sides, per tb .... 10 Uncoil, Hams.'JI m , Vfy liacou, Shoulders, por lb .....M ...... 89 Means Weal .... A M50 llutter.lb. Chlokeus, each., Applos, dried, per lb l'eachcs, drlod, per, lb ..., jHkS, TP UU&M....M....M... ....M.....M. ..k...... Flour, Llmostone, per barrel 7 00 Flour, Old Gold, per barrel 7 00 Flour, Maysvillo Faucy, per barrel.... J 25 Flour, Mason County perbnriel 4 25 Flour, Kentucky Family , per barrel.. 0 00 Flour, Magnolia Family, por barrel... fi 75 Honey, per lb .... 1520 Hominy, V gallon.............. 20 Meal V pock.., SO Xjril) "P Iw,IMMMHIMtMIMflMMMHMttlHH "Za Unions, per peck aiSo Potatoes V peeK. - .. 15 Turkeys, drc&soJ, per lb 1CK3 I2i UA8VII,LH COALMAIIKET. Anthracite at Elevators, per ton (3.25, 18.60. Yougliloghony at Elovators, per bushel Ha delivered lbc. Kanawha at Elevators, per bushel Ho. deliver! 12c. - at per bushel Oo. doll vorod ltw. WANTED. "iirANTED Acarefulnnd responsible ty co rent my residence, on tho Fleming plko either the whole or a portion of tlio houso. Small family preferred. Apply to Mrs. H. M. Ollmoro, or to Gordon Gllmoro at the Hatcnian House, Front streot. nIOtf Twenty thousaud live turkeys WANTED dozen fresh eggs. Highest marketprlce paid. 11. H. NORTUCOTTft CO., Button streot, Maysvllle, Ky. noSdAw "irrANTKD A good canvasor for a fast I T selling book, Gornl commissions. Ex- idiiMlvetoirlloiy, WJI.UWKNH, Ilullotln olllco. FOR RENT. RENT A brick houso on Fourth sirret IaOR tho Fifth Ward with fivo rooms, kitchen and stublo, aud In a good location. Apply to JOHN O'DONNELL. n20dtf RKNT A comfortahlo Irntno dwellltm FOJt Second street In Ksst Muysvllln. it oontalns four rooms and kltchou. Apply to LEWIS MILLKIt. nl7d.il RliNT The two-story brick on Court IJIOR now oocuplod by Whltakor A Robertson. Well ndaptod for business and residence. Will elvo posscsstou Jan. I, IKS I. Ap-ply to B.N. MKYHH. nl7dlw ITIOH RENT-Half of a doublo residence, ; ooiitaliilng threo moms, kitchen, and a stable. Apply to FHEDBUHATZMANN. ulldlw FOR SALE. I70R yeast by O. W. JUST orcclleut Imie of Tomoroy coal at market prlcen. Wo ha vo also on hand Youghlogheny or Iilacksmllh nut coal at 10 conts per bushel. 20d2w DOIWON A FRAZKE. 170R SALE acres of good bacco land, with residence, orchard, etc., In ono mllo of Maysvillo. A bargain. nl7dlwlmow GARRETT 8. WALL. OOR BAIiE Wo havo for salo cheap, tho JLv sash with glow, glass doors and dressed lumber, suUlclout for olllco tor Btoro or business houso, tho samo now used by us nsan ofllco at our cigar laetot y. nl5dlw BU1.SER, PETRV & CO. FOR BALE Two desks, letter pioss, Iron safe, ono pair of scales, two corn shelter, Franklin stove choap. Iiiqulro at i'ecor's drug store, or of B. 1'. Caupboll, at Vlcroy A LcoT8 clothing storo, 31 Second street, ulldlw FOR SALE The splolidid farm of Mrs Calvert, containing about SO acres. In two miles of Maysvillo on tho Ohio river, Mt. Carmol pike, and Uuntlniitou's railroad. First-class Improvements. Fluo Irult trees and market gnrdou. GARRErTB. WALL, novldAwlm Maysvillo, Ky. SALB The farms of Lewis llrooks 1 22J4 acres, nearMlnorva; It. M Marshall, lbO ucrcs, neat Washington ; R. Kowaul, I3u acres, near Maysvillo : Smoot & Terhuue, 110 acres, on Lawrenco Crock; Mrs. McAtee.KO acres, near Masvllle; 18 acres at Wolfe's Mill, Minerva plko. GARRETT B. WALL. novliKtwlni tlnysvllle, Ky. "10 ft BALE Iioukih und dwell-J lugs. l'aitoroldGnddard lloue, comor of Market nnd Front slrects rental $7W) per year. Warqhouso, comer Wall aud Second streets. .Brick dwelling on Fourth street. Doublo brlok dwelling on becoml, between Market and Limestone. GARRETT H. WALL, novldAwlm Maysvillo, Ky. 8ACF Wo havo for sale at our tory, very cheap, ono strnw culling Ikix, nearly now, ouo large east lion stovo pan, for lloor. one cooking stove, two good eight-day clocks, several heating stoves, ono pnpei cutting machine, suitable for piliitluu olllco: alto, u large lot of chalis, tables, benrhesand coal oil lamps. AH nt remnrkah'y low to close out. 8ULSEH, I'ETll V .t I (). IiORT. A pluno tuuliu haminei, between LOST cemetery aud my piano factory. H& Undor will please loavo it at this olllce uud bo rewarded. (nMlw) F. L.THA YHHIl. FOUND. ovprcont, on Second Ht. ..A'?!y.to. O'tARLrjJ HUGHES. n20d2t Two rollers for cutting box lu i IOUND Tho owner can got same by applying at this otllco. IlllMJt. child's curved gold ring, with J? Initials" A. S. A." nlW2t AK.VOUNCKMUNT. Tor Micrlir. Wnnro authorized to announce that DAN FERHINE 1b a candidate for tho otllee ol sherlttof Mason county, at tho August election, lh.il, subject lo the action or the Democratic party. 1'or .Mayor. Wo aro authoi lrwl to announce that M. F. MARSH Is a caudldatelor tho otllco ol Mnyoi ol the city of Maysvillo ul tho Juuuary election, 18il. Wo nro authorized to announce that HORACE JANUARY is u candldnto for re-election as Mayor or Musvllle, at tho ensuing January election, For City C'lorlc. Wo aro authorized to announce that LANGHORNE M. TAHIt Is a onndldiilo foi the olllco or City Clerk at tho eusulug January election. We aro authorized to nnunuuco that HAIlllY TAYLOR Is n cnudldalo for lion as Cltv Cleik nt tho onsulnu January election. For t'lly Assessor. Wo nro authorized to announce that Mr. W. D. H1XHON Is a randldato for City tho ensuing January election. We aro authorized to nnnnunro Hint Mr. JOHN W. CARTA! ELL Is a candldnto for City Assessor, at tho ensuing January election. We aro authorized to nnnounco that Mr. CHARLES H. WALK lsacondldMto for City Assessor, ut tbo eusulng Jauuury election, , Cor Collector nuil Treasurer. We are authorized to nnnounco that E. E. PEAROK Is n candidate for re-election as Collector and Treasuier of Maysvillo at tho ousulug January election. For Councilman. Wo nro authorized to announce that Mr. ISAAC M. LANE is a candldnto lor Councilman lu tho Fourth Ward, at tho next election. Wo aro authorized lo nnnounco that JOHN W. ALEXANDER Is a candidate for o- tlon to tho council from tho Fourth Word, at tho ensuing January election. For Wliiirfiimslcr. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco that ROB-BUT FICKLIN, JH, Is a candidate for us vv harfmaster, ut thu next January " election. For Marshal. Wo are authorized to nnnounco Mr. W. W WATKINS as a candidate for Marshal nt the ensuing January election, lbtl. Wo ore authorized to annoiinco JAMES HASSON,Br., as n candidate for city inatsbal at tho Jauuary election. Not ouo cent lor electioneering purposes. authorized to nnnounco that W. II. DAWSON Is a candidate for the olllco of City Marshal, at tho ensuing Jnnuaiy olectlon, Ho solicits tho support of his friend. , Wearo authorized to annoiinco tlint.r AMES REQMOND li a candldnto lor ro olectlon as Marshal of Maysvillo ut tho ensuing January election. The support ol his friends Is solicited. MR. ROBERT W. DROWNING announces that ho is a candidate for City Marshal at tho ensuing Jauuary eiecuou, on moniM. awn-day in January, 1881. Your support Is solicited. TITUS. 31. ARCHDEACON, announces to the public Hint sho has marked hor stock down to make room for HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. My stock consists of Hlrds, Foathois, Huts, Velvets, Ornaments and Nnttonsofnll kinds. Tho ladios aro Invited to call and see prices GIIKAT HKMJCTION Millinery Goods! and NOTIONS. We have marked our goods down with a view to make room lor our New Wintkk Stock. Our stock consists of lllids, Feathers, Ornameuts, laces, Hats, Zephyrs, &o. Wo call especial attention toour cheap and stock or ORKWEL. FILLING HILIC at IW cents por dozen. nl0d2ia MISS LOU FOWLING. New Advertisements. Oil. STilCS FILLS Thd Old, Well Trlod, Wonderful HcaHh Renewing Somodlcs. NTKONU'N SAN.V'l'IVi: lI I.I.N for Hie I.Ivor. A speedy euro for Liver Complaint Hegulallug the llowiN, I'm Hying tho ItlnoJ, Cleansing Irom Malarial Taint A iiorreel cure for Mcli llrndnelio, onslipnlloii mill I)yHneclii. NI'KilNO's 1i:()TM11I. 1'II.I.H Insure healthy uppetlte, gooit itUodlon, regulnrltv of the bowels. A sure loimxly tor Colds nnd Uhoum.il Ism. A precloiiM boon lo dell. rule IcimilcN, Hoothltigaud braclnit din iter, vous system, ii ml giving vhror and health to every lllire of tho body. Sold by DruugNts. Forihaniphlii,etc,a(IdrimsC. K.Hull A Co. box CV), Oow York city. KNABE PIANOS. 37, Neeond .llnj'Mvllle, Ky. Xj. ?. 3VC ETZSGOSXl, -i-St. PfANOS and ORGANS, 37, Second street, Jlnj'RVlllr, My, JL.. JT Afjt 1N.SOI.V1 ION" NOTICE. D Tho firm of Nowell A Honry was this day dlsolved by mutual consent, I. i Homy All accounts due tho tlrm will bo collected by 8. N. Newell, who U nloue authorized to collect tho same, and who assumes all tho responsibilities of tho old Hi m. S. N. NEWELL, J. T. HENRY. The business will bo conducted In future by S. N. Newell A Co. Thaukliil for past hivors they solicit a continuance, or the same. niOdlw H. N. NEWELL & CO. HOUSE, Monday aud Tuesday, Noy, 19 and 20. Hpcclnl l.ndles' Mntlnco Tiicsilny. Return ongagementof tho eminent artists, HENHlEri'A and FRANK 8. CHAJSTFRA U, Supported alternately by Tayleuto's Co. 3IOMK1Y UVr.NING, XOVKMHKK 10, Tho powerful new homo plav, expressly written for Henrietta t'hanliiiu, IHAIIICIj VANK. Iiitb.'l Vaiio(wlth songn) Henrietta Chanfriiu. Mr. Carlle t'llilon W. Tnyleure, Km) (Of the Baltimore liar, author of the pl. HENRIE1TA CHA NFUAU'S r.AniKs .iiati.m:k Tirr..si.v. The brilliant Amoi Ic in comody, drama, ex piously written for Henrietta Clianfrnu.aml by her produced hi lh7J, I'ARl'El) jOIt.THE IIANKRUI'l'H WIFE. GiacoShlrlcy Honrlctta Chanfrnu. Dorsey Hhlrloy Clifton W. Tayleurc, Esq. (Author of the i omedy.) tui:hiat r.vi:xi.v, novi:mui:h ao. Tho best of Amerleiiu comle ilianms, KIT; THE ARKANSAW THAVKLKH. Fourteenth J ear. l'layod 3Att eoiiKccutl vo uiglits. Kit -Mr. Fiunk H. Chiu.iiaii. NOTE. Mi. mid Mrs. Chanfr.u do not appear lu the Mime uluy, orou Iho same nluhl. They api oui alleiuiitely and In dllleieut plays. Reserved stats, without extra charge, SI, now on sale at Tnj lor's. 1'ilces 81. and 7o cents. FiSaMo&l'il on nam:. F .fcrzL r,. jl . Thirty Tons .Sweet Clnvci llnj, cnly Ions t'rline lliy llii). For prices address F. M . CA lilt, nl7 2tawlwd fair's, Uwls County, Ky. the ri.At'i: roa:r cheap BED-RODE SUBTS IS AT GEORGE O It'l, J:'st mchSldly HUfTON STHECT. am ni:ci:ivixu daily I best brands of- FRESH OYSTERS! which will be seived In all stylos. For all also by the can, hall-can or In bulk at reasonable prices. T.J.NOIilN, at Illcrlpy's confectionery otore, Second Ht, LH. GLASCOCK & CO I) Is tho best place lo get baignliis In DB7 GOODS. FRESH OYSTERS ! Host brands served In any style, DAY Oil NIGHT nt R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant, My establishment lins lately been lilted ill In handsome style, and supplied wltn ever convenience. Cooking unexcelled. It. M. WILLfcTT, Riikl.Tin No. H. Matket street, I.S.SOl.UTION OF lAHT.Vi:it.KIIU. D rpilE Arm of White & Oil, luriilluiu denlei, J has this day boeu dhsolved by miiluiii consent, Chillies H. White rellrtng The bus luess will bo conducted at Iho old stand b) Homy OH. CHAM 11. WHITE, HP NUY OIU'. Mnysvlllo, Ky., Nov. 8, IKSt. All areoiints duo and debts owed by the old (Inn, will be sell led at lint otllco, either mem her of suit firm being uullniiUnl to leeeipl for same.. WHITE A OUT. lilOdluin AIjLEN&CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS, a. VV . Cor. Main & J: mil, mnvinnAii) OHIO. Invlln uttnntlnn (o thuir stack Drtin. Bfpil. I elites, 'aliil. HUV ltyo Mtuirs. Thoy uro tuo nronrletors hi inn oiIkIiiui ana roiiuiuii AlleirNre.llonI.hiluieiiC.TIiO Orders ot casUundshort tluiu buyers particularly solicited. Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BROWN'S PILE Ol RE will cure any caso of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Piles by a fow applications. Atrial will convince any ono who is Buffering with this loathsome dlsoasolhat what wo say Is true. For salo by GEORGKr. WOOD, Wholesalo Druggist, Je30dAwlm Maysvillo, Ky. . 830,000 FOR- 82. Urxulttr Monthly Hrnwlng will DQlako place lu tho Mosonlo Hallr Ilulldlng, Louisville, Ky THURSDAY, JSov, 29, 1883. A Lawful Lottery anil Fnlr Drnwlntrn chartored by tho Legislature of Ky. nnd twioo legal by tho highest court In tho Stale. Ilond given to Henry county in tho sum of Sioo,ooo for tho prompt payment of all prizes sold. A Revolution lu NIukIo Number Drawings). ticket holder his own supervisor, can call out tho number on his tlckot and beo the corresponding number on tho tag placed In the wheel lu his presence Theso drawings will occur on tho last Thursday of every month. Rend the mngultlccut November Ncliomc. ... . 1 l'rlro , 430,000 1 I'rlze 10,000 1 1'rlzo A 6,000 2 l'ilzes,S2,500 oacll 6,000 5 l'rlzes, l.noO each - 6,000 i) 1'ilzex, 3ou each, Appmx'n Frizes.... 2,700 0 Frizes, 200 each, " " 1.K00 0 IMX3S, 100 each, " " 000 2.1 Prizes, 500 each 10,000 100 Filzex, 100 each - 10,000 200 Prizes, 50 each - 10,000 ftiO Prize-, 20 each 10,(00 luoo Prize, in eacl 10,000 1,107 Prizes, 8110,100 U hole Tli'KuN, d'.i. Half Ticket H, 81. 27 Tickets, $30. (15 Tickets 8100. Remit money or hank draft In lettor. or hend bv oxpross. DONT BEND BY LET1ER OR POSTOFFIOE ORDER, until tun her notice. Ordcrsofgjnnd upward by express, can bo sent at our own expense Addrass all orders lo J. J. DOUGLAS, sepl7(l&1y f.oulsvlllc, Ky. riHIO.U.V.N J VI USON, Dealer BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Npi lity Wiikoiis mill Ilnrncss. Repository No 1H, Hutlon streot, Maysvillo, K. mid lellable Horse Medicines. DR. JAt ICSON'M IlIiACK OIL cures mange, cracked heel, war s, greasy heel, pricked foot, llll tut, sainl onieks eoniscic. I'rlco 60 cents. Hit. JACKHON'd HLIHl'BIUNG OINTMENT is nn exMilient loinedy for spavin, capped hock, curl) splint crump or .train of tho whirl bone. I'llcoG" cents. Pit. J V KSON'H WHITE OIL cures lung fever, liilhim itlon i tho and i twin In man or horso. Pi Ice 60 cents. OIL JA'KmoN'S FOOT OIL Is nn ellectlvp remoly lor ciiafes, soies or In horses' feet and nunge and lice In cattlo and horxos. Pilce V) eonts. we.Scnt lonnj ndilresson receipt of prico. octlll 1' HUM AB JACKSON, Sfei 7 u i??a 4 jonyreiiisfi Your Bfeildrenl 7ZXSr 77TW fA W Mfm mi rwwM Hut go to vour Iruaglst or merchant aud get ahottteof AVIlis' World Worm Cundy, tlio most eOli icki nnd palatable worm inedlduo innde It is put up in duliglitfully llnored sticks of c.uulj ,!in.l the Utile onus love to tuLo It, 10 MANUFACTORY F. L. TRAYSER, : Dealer In PIANOS S ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED! Front Hircct, MayHvIlIc. CUflESBBBSJSiRTjilp' KRL ft Jll ALL DRUCQI3T8 SELL IT. WeakNervousMen Whoso iloblllty.oxhaiuted IMtwvra, prouinturu Uocuy ii ml failure to perform lilt'. duties properly sroctutod Ly ii.ou.o, errors of youth, etc, will limf a porfect and Uitlnir restoration io robiut hcnltli MfU mul lcorou uiunhnud In J!f.?.MM?TON BOLUS. Inttruments. llilltrcatmcatof XiTViin. Mobility and rtiecortful heoante babca on porfect dlignosli, ....... .....I .II....... ft,.,ltnila .ml .h.nln,. .I..... l'ulT Infnrmntloa and Troatlta free. Aililrn ji Cnti'i'ltlnK i liyaiclan of MAPSTON RCMr.OYCO.,4GW.14thSt., NcwYork. &A LYOW&HEALY Stato & Monroe SU.,Clilcago. IIH.fidmr ill n tny.J.lrvathf t . UANU UA I ALOOUE i'7n for I9M, IINI Wi .10 kiT.tlDel I of U.ltuiwHifa, SlIu, Cu, Iklu, I'omMBl, EMnlU, C.pLararfc SUnJ Prum Alaiuc1, feufi aua Uu, Sundry lUoa OottU. ll,HHnf MM hUtnUli,i.liolnklu.lMliumictlonftni Amateur Hnoda. and a CatalomaSl ef Ctolt. liauil aluku fcbl2d&wlV MEAT STORE. MRK has oponod a dally moat mm BO. on Market street, noxt door to R. 1 vel's, and will keo,i nil kinds of fresh men nt i)lLtt illiln tatlA4I iltsil mill .1.11.. 1 a " mrt "ol .he ell ' w n . sT Lvor " m " ,W(lm R.O.KIRK.