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IIE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 27. 1883. ROSSElt & MaOARTHY, Publishers huU i'roprlelors, To Wiioh Addukbh ALL CoMMUnIgAtioks ?y5jpjs The candidates now scooting 'round To gather lu tlio volos, Should bear in mind Windhorst Blum, Aro groat on overcoat. And any candidal!) in town, " Who will ft good one wear, Will And when 'all tho votesare In, That ho is unruly there. The gobble of tlio turkey growa faintor ' daily. ' Five million bushels of conl are coming down tho river from Pittsburg. Me98us. W. W. Baldwin' Co. fcoltl on Saturday to Mr. D. Arnbam, of Pittsburg, broke mules at$103 each. An old so w yesterday afternoon destroyed a buncli of partrdges and several rabbits for Mr. It. B. Lovel, of Market street. . ! i in i l)n. John T. IIkndiuck will preach at tho Third street Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening. Everybody is invited to bo present. Judok E. WitiTAKKit tv few days ago sold his crop of tobacco, about 10,000 pounds,,. to Tlioimw Best, for eighteen and one-half cents a pound. u... A Tjianksoivino evo hop will be given t at Washington Hall to-morrow" pYoning under tho best management! sion is cortain to bo a veryA'ilJoynble ono. - Conic, Ailclpliluns. All tho Adclphiaus are reqliested to meet at Temple this afternoon at five o'clock sharp. Business of importance. . A iioa that was in tho act of running over a lady on Third street, yesterday afternoon, was hot w ilh ai,ttirtjun by some person unknown. Unluckily it was not killed. Thk officii of wood and coal inspector in to be filled at thti January eleption but as yet no person is announced as u This is the iirst timo we luivo ever known tho placo to go begging. Thk protracted meeting of llireo weeks' continuance at the South Methodist Church closed lW nljjht wilinTn nhlo Bormon by Elilor Gilbert, of tho Christian Church. havo been added to tho membership of Unit church since Dr. Henderson has been its pastor in tho last two months. l Kkv. S. II. Chiwtku preached his farewell sormon at tho Southern Presbyterian Church on Sunday, and will leave to-day for Charlotte, N. 0., whero he goes hoping to benefit his health by the chango of climate, lie has many warm friends in Maysvillo who will part with him with Sincere regret; 11 is work in Maysvillo Imib been very bonoflcihl to tbo community. , Fort several days an unwonted stir has been noticed around tho walls of tho Adelphian Temple, and from within tho usually ailent precincts therocomes strango sounds, donoting sopio, great' event. OuV'scribo tried tognin admit' tanco, but was met at tho outer door by a stalwart sentinel wiio cried with threatening voice, "Procul, procul, 0 profani," Can someone explain tho mystery? Tho following is from the Georgetown, Ohio, Democrat: Prof. T. P. Leary, well known horo, and n genial, ploasunt gentleman, was cliculuting among (ieorgelowii trlends last week, called here on prlvuto husluosi. Tho professor is now located in .Mnysvlllo leAohlifg -.book-keeping. Ills last ghiMiTtlieio presented him a handsomo testimonial which he has with hundreds of others received everywhere he Iiuh taught. Wo doubt much If he has his equal as a teactior of book. keeping and a nfeasun tor gentleman ono doesn't often ineot. lie will probably nrguulzo a class heie shortly aathoro.nre a number who desire to toko a courso.under him. f , "s f , ... , Democratic ConYcntloHv. At a meeting of tho utivo Committee held at tho office of tho chairman, on Nov. 20th to decide tho manner and time of selecting j nominee of the party for tho ofilco of Sheriir for tho yeare 188 1 and 1685. Garrett S. Wall presided as chairman andjtiftS. Clift sccrotary? S A U X Gb On motion a delegate convention wa8 called to meet at tho court house in Maysvillo, Ky., ,on Mmiday, Decenibor 10,1883, at 1:30 6'clock p. tho Domocralfc candi3aTo"rfotrtlio offico of Sheriff for the onsuiug August cleQtiqrff Precinct tntietine aroto bo hold at three o'clock p. in. on Saturday, December 8, 1881!, in each precinct, to solcct delegates to tlii) convention to bo hold on tho 10th of December. Tjio Knottrvote" woSjtOjkon ns thei b)ieis pt rqprebntotibn and ono delegate given' for overyfifty votes cast for governor and ono for each fraction of ovor basis ' VO jl UC Maysvillo, No. 1 .,.- 0 Maysvillo, No. 'i .... (I Dover - li Minerva ' Uermantown, , &A-Z 2. Kardls.. .. ; 1 MAyHllflU........M..n..MH4..MtU.Ml....MtJMM.l .M. 4 LOWl9bUrgM..M.. ...HMIIlltlHI. Wmi.llW 4 Orangehuig 4 Washington, i. ......... 8 Ai ur )ii yiivn jo HiNMiMMiMiit,itiiHHi Pern iJeaf. , ,i...ti 1 Whole numlior of delegates..- ,..0 On motion tho mooting adjourned. W. S. Clipt, Gakiibtt 8. Wall, " Sooretary. . . 'Chairman. rBHONALS. Cadet A. P. Gooding, of tho Kentucky Military Institulo has boon mado a First Lieutenant. Mrs. W. O. Giunl and eon, of Newport, will arrive by tho Morning Mail to-day, on a visit to her father. Mlsa Ida Nicholson and1 a young lady f riond will arrive also. One of tho greatest attractions with which Maysvillo has been favored in a long timo is tho Barney McAuloy entertainment at tho Opera Houso December 3. Mr?.McAqley,'who tea great favorite hero, will apfTcartit'that'tiino in his rolo of "Tho Jcrseyman." Of courso ho will receivo a royal welcome. COUNTV i'QlNTN. MUHriiySVILLJ?. Mls Minnie Stevenson is visiting friends utPlemlngsburg this week. MrMllugo mid. wife vrllo nro 'visiting tho family of Caiit. David WellH, of thlH placo. It Is feared that much of tho porlc recout y will be lost, as tho weuthor keeps so wurtn nnd wet. Mr. WIIIIh Berry, of tho Lowlshurg neigh, horhood, was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Uoward, of this thW place, Saturduy. Miss l.ucy I'ollltt, or Mnysvlllo, spent ri Bart 'i last Week with her biulher'8 family, r. Polllit, In company with Key. F. H. Pol-lilt. Mr. John llrooklug, after n llngi ring Illness ol suveiul inonths,dled lost Tuesday ovenlug. lie was Interred lu Llio beautllul ccmotery at Hhatiiion. llev. P S. I'ollltt, of tho Washington clr. cutt, .M. E. Church, South, preached three very atceptnblo sermons hero libit week, be-Hides allondliig ouo lunenil anil doing some pastoral visiting. Comuagulil, hiolhei. The literary society organized -horn Ia.it winter under the euphoneous lltlo of 1'hllo kiillaus, will hold thalr (lrit mcetlug next week. They propow holding tholr futuru meetings in the church, nnd after the usual essays, rending, etc., to conclude with select chinch niu.lc. , jl , I , Ono of our distinguished iltlzens, who has been board Inn for iv lew weeks, at tlm Hotel do Fitzgerald, siiys'ltMs wortli Jl.00 to yet it was not tlm most desliablo plnco to boaid if ho conld JUtvehad any choice lit the matter, and that 'it all enmo about irom loo much bouz no. 8TONK LtCK. ' John Walllngford and wile, who lmvo boon vi ltlng the family or Mr.,Jie Wiilllngrord, neui Mt. Ollead, havo returned to tholr homo near Peru Leaf. A young Kcntleinan of our acquaintance says It Is such hard work-to bo Industrious thai ho ould rat her .bo Inzi nndslt in tlie liouse. A liitlir.',hlrkorvoH" well applied would be beni Mr. Mordlso, of Millford, wont to Cincinnati with a lot ot hogs last Monday Not having lien id anything from him Pilday night except that heanlved in thucliy sale, hlslrlends bocoiluuahirmctl. started to see about him, and found.him ut Falmouth t njoytng himself. The Pom Leaf siring band Is Inviled to' glvo a muxlcal enteitahiment Wednesday night ut tlm home of Miss Ann Owens, near, Ilrbrnn chinch. Mr. Charlie Wulllngrord, who has been t tilting or going to Mlwinrl'ithiN.rall, has postponed his trip, "pressure of business the cause. Theie will bon church dellcatlon In Mill-ford Holiday next. The "Disciples" have built a veiy nice houso to worxhlp lu, but an yet they have not secured llio services of a preacher. most ccitalnly. II tliey otter sulIlcU'iit inducement their Lord will send them One. A ctrtanjyoung widow thinks tho house of our estremeil, bachelor filimd, Mr. D. Mayhugh, Would not look so lonesome If It had u nice, housekeeper to presldo over it. Come, Mr. M., wimtdo you say? Having no teacher In our district, several ofour youiiggeiils aro going to tho school. Sir, Hall I'ollltt Is the teaoher, and scholars speak vory highly ol him us such. Hook Lee, noar Kontontown, had 'somo words with Juke Marshall, drawing a revolver shot at him threo times ut ten leet dlslai.ee. No hnrm lu Mr. Leu's currying a revolver. It lssald that a meat manv of tbo bnrses taken to the Itobeiisou couuty court, to trade nro so om ami woiniH.s tuuy navo to be hauled there on'-Mods.' W think that Is rather u hard one on itoueitsou county stock. f . KlCl'OfcTKU. 1 7j M . " : ; Charley Wood has removed from Shannon to Uourbou county tho grow tho white t Mr. Joo Ilr.idy has sold his ciop of tobacco at SIS all round, 'Who will not drink n flowing bumper to tho Daily Bollktin on its second birthday the anniversary motnlng of Its vlgo ous and useful wish It many glorious relurns. t Mr. Ed. Myall wan with us on Prldny last. He was driving usphllod red Normuu buggy nag tor which ho hud telused SJ00. Wo part with your Aberdeon correspond-, ent, "Illnpoua," Willi regret. Ills paragraph! io brevities made "Urctna Green'.', an nttruo live suburb or your llvo city. Ills nimble pencil Hashed with sclntllatlons of wit nnd telling hits and Hues ot steady humor. Mr. James Lawlyes is having his town residence greatly tmpiovod by the Insertion of larger windows, new hull and nil tho rooms repupeiod and painted. If you want a new house mado out ol au old ouo Tom Powlor, Lof. Jlratton and Chus. Mpofo.can do tho Job. Mrs. James Hull has returned to her homo after au absence ot six week, aggreeahly spent visiting hor ohlldreu and gruud and sister In Uourbun county. During her ubsenco " l'lcasaut Itetrcat " was presided over by her duughtor, Miss Alllo Cnanslor, tlia vounor ladles HDont tho nvniilnirq mid ili beaux a most enjoyahlg tlmo:wuU aoAr i, , a ,; h f . I On every hand tho buy note.of Is heard for tho Musk and oosttirae, plume and feather, wlgnnd saudujn,yeali thiumraphemallaoi 1110 coiuiiiK pageant are in uemunn. tomo beau and belle, bachelor and mulden, lad nnd lasslo from town nnd country nnd let us havo ono night ot geutnl. social, pleasurable exhilaration. Tho Arciuio, Tliursday night, music, Ac Escaping Irora tho confinement or ofllce, bank nnd professional life, our young friends Harry 'Wudwoilh,.Bnm HUoy and Purls .Whoeleri of,tht "sevea;uofrolty,'t wore out this week Indulging In thooxclifng sport' of snootlurf the wllyipaitrldveon the wlnirraim urn lesnvo uure on tiiurun. j.jko Liesuror old, they brought many tropli Home, mid passed their evenings at "Ashwood," the homo of Mr. Duke Watson, when tlm host and tils liiier&Uiugiumll)' made tho city boys feel at homo. Two things, well considered, many debutes. Plrst, to have It well aAeurtttined whether, wo are not disputing About terms rather .than things. And sec ezfltnlno whethor that on which woillrtorlsworth contending about, t'harles the V. ufter his abdlontlon, amused himself 111 his relheinontntHt. Juste, liy attoihptlug to mnkon number of watches go exactly to iretlier. Ileltnr eonslnnllv fi.t!...! in lifj nt. wiopt, ho exclatinea: 'Sviiuira'frtol Minva ,ikiu 10 negUct. my qwu'conoorns and to waste iny whole litu laid vulii attempt tq inske all mou think ftllktf od Unattei.or rul union, wnen I cannot even muko a few watches keep timo together." nndOr'thts bond. Ing lOo per line for each Insertion. J.'x.i.eUyou.iofilond.of un uillolo, Jfl'hktJ vory rare nhd fine, At Louis Hoser'H, on Market stront, In tho shape if goosl Itlieln wl(ld. It's tuokwi.uwuy in the collars dark, And tilth c6bweM covered o'or J Il'SBlmoff fio,'tor you know, my frlond, It's tho via tago of Tl. 1 ' 1 1 . Tho constant fooling of being " played out " nnd " usod up,'" can readily bo removed by using Ayer'a Sarsapdrlllu. Try Langdon'a City Butter Crackdral Children's cloaks nnd cloakinga at Hunt & Doyle's. All wool rod undershirta at $1.25 nt Nesbitt&McKroira. Russian circulars and dolmans clionp at Nesbitt & McKroll's. Good bed comfotts from 85c. to $2.25 at Nesbitt nnd McKrell's. , Great bargains in fluo Blankets at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market street. Cloaking nnd Sacking Cloths cheap at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market streot. m Ninety-eight different styles of now neckwear open to-day at Hunt & Doylo's. . . Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doylo, thoy know how to fit you perfectly. o Five hundred dolmans, jackots and cloaks at Hunt & Doylo's to-day. Bring on tho babies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kackley at M. & K.'s book atore ' ' ro20dtf Five hundred Lidies' Morino Vesta cheap. Ono thousand mon's Undershirts nt 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, SOtf., 00c and 75c, nt J. W; Sparks & Bro.'s. t All wool red Undershirts at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 at J. W. Sparks & Uro.'s, 24 A Market street. Great bargains in Bed Comforts. Wo mako big reductions in tho prices of all our Bed Comforts. J. W. Sparks & Bro. Nesbitt & McKrell aro making Icadors this season, of ladies' and Men's under wear, blankets, etc. Clonks. Tho largest lino and tho lowest prices in Maysvillo at Nesbitt & McKroll's. Poq's' K iven, illustrated by Dore, $9, list prico $10. For sale by M. & K. nl7dltn Pools from 75 centa to $.". Family bibles now and cheap, at Morrison & Kuck-ley's. nl7dlm Cloaks, Jackets, Dolmans and Circulars. Cheapest at J. W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 24, Market street. It is said that tho cheapest place to "buy blankets and bed comforts in Mays villo, is at Itunyon's Cash Store. 22dlw Bisquo goods nnd ideals, now for MaysviJJo, ran bo fcpii ib our show windows Morrison & Kackley 'a Book Store. nl7dlm Shawls 1 Shawls 1 Wo placo on Balo our entire stock of Shawls at a big reduction from former prices. J. W. Sparks & Bra, 24, Market streot. Beiliictlon. From tliia date Favorito oyslora will bo reduced to 25 cents a can. nlOtf John Wiir.Kt.En. Young1 Ladles' .lonrnal. Double Decomber and Christmas part, just received. Prico 00 conta. Harry, Taylor's, No. 23, Market street. ' U Iven Awny. Ouart and half gallon buckets will be givpn away with bulk oysters bought of mo. until further notice. nlOdlf K John Wiieelxb. Tho best value and best assortment of ladies' gontlomon's and children's underwear and hosiery may bo found nt Runyon'a Cash Store. 22dlw Great Bargaina in black Cashmeres, direct from tho importers all puro wool, at 40c, 50c, 00c, 05c, 75c, 85c, 00c. and $1.00. Call and examino before you buy. J. W. Sparks & Bro. Books In Sets. Bulwor, Dickons, Geo Elliott, Komo, Chambors, Hans Anderson, nnd nutnorous juveniles in sets, for salo by Morrison & Kackloy. 171md : 2 At F. U. Itnnsun'H Men's stoga boots $1 50 Youth's stoga boots CJhild's stoga boots ,,.., , ChUd's calf shoes, Nos. 7, 9 mid 0... 50 n22dlw Now Books. Marlj Twain's " Life on tho ''Tom Sawyer," "Innocon(s Abroad," Will Carletdn'a ' Farm Ballads," " FarmJ Legends," "Farm Festivals." For'salo by M. & K. nl7dlm . . ' m , Ayor'a Pills nro a convenient remedy to havo always at hand. Thoy aro sugar coated, easy to take, offoctlvo to operate, Btiro to bring relief and euro. Thoy ore effectual in n wldo ranco of diseases which arlso from dlsordors of tho stomach nnd dicostlvoorfmns. 1 r MAHItIKI. Noyembec27, i8.fi, at the resldonooof W. D. wWer, MlMiMAHY POHTEU WAHDUB to Mr. A. W. THOMPSON, nllof Musou county. OltlTUAUY. MIbsHAHAII K. CONWAY, who departed this lire 011 the 2M Inst., near TolUborn, in t he 88th year of hor nge, wan tho daughter of tho Inte Illchnrd Con way. She united with the Methodist church olovon years ago, and llvod a. devoted lite mull the day of hor death, Hor last words to her weeping friends worn: '-I will soon bo with tho Lord," uud mado an effort to sing "I'ralsoUod from whom all Ulcsslngu nnd died. ilur luuonil woh attended by a large gathering or her frlouds and neighbors, ltellgloim services by Itov, U. P. Sedwlck, Lost Faith in Physicians. There arc innumornblo instances whero cures havo boon ofTcctcd by Scovillo's Sarsaparilla, or Blood and Livor Syrup, for all diseases of tho blood, when tho patient has been given up by physicians. It is ono of tho best remedies bver offered to tho public, nnd as it is prepared witli tho greatest care, as a specific for cortain diseases, it is no wonder that it is moro effectual titan hastily written nnd carelessly prepared prescriptions. Tako Scovillo's Blood and Liver Syrup for all disorders arising from impure blood. It is endorsed by all leading professional men. ItKTAII. MAItKKT. Corrected dally by U, 11. Lovel, grocer and produsadnilcr, Noi.GUand 62, Market street, Maysvillo, Ky. a HOC Kit I ES. Uoffeo lltb .....J lSgt'.O Molasses, old crop, lb gal , (j0 Molasseo, fancy, new ) gnl 7.1 Molasses, sorghum, fancy, 1! gal 60 Hugur, yellow Tfl m k Sugar, extra C, H) tt. 0 Hugar a. w n - Opinio Hugar, granulated rh lUUjlU Hugar, no wdered, per lb...., 1 1 Hugar, Now Orloaus, V to... V.&9 Tcu,ttlt 4IM1 U) Coal Oil, head light V gal 'JO 1'IIOVISIONS AND COHNT11Y 1'ItOPUCK. Apples, per peck,.. , jgio Haoon, break tast V IN ..,, Dacon, clear sides, per lb Ilueou. Ilams.t) tt, WA liauou. Hhoulders, per lb Kiu ueauB pgai m,, in Huttor.Wto I!0.(i25 Chickens, each 15(u.'!U nnli.u il.tml nn. M IflJ.lV, UI.C.,1. .VI 1U..,,.. ,,,,..,,. Peaches, dried, per lb 58 Kggs.doz. ! Flour, Limestone, per barrol 7 (KJ Plour, Old Oold, per barrel 7 00 Plour, Maysvillo Piincy, ier harrol.... b i Plour, Mason County per barrel 9! Plour, Kentucky Pamtlv, per barrel., SOU Plour, Magnolia Pumtty, porbancl 5 7S Honey, per lb IS-1" Hominy, V gallon VO MealV pock V!0 Hhoulders onto l.ard.tym t'JU Onions, per peck &JQ30 Potatoes y ptwk, . 15 Turkeys, drcssoJ, per It) 10QI2H MAYSVIM.K COALMAKKKT. Anthrnclte ut Klovitors, por tou SS,'J3, dell vh red, 88.W. Yotigiilogheny nt Elevators, per bushel 14c. delivered tbc Kanawha lit Klovators, per bushel lie I'omery at Klovators, per bushel 9c. 10c. A XKtl UN!KM K.NT. For Hherltr. Wo are nuthnrlzed to annomieo that DAN PEKIIINE Is n cuidldato for tho olllce of Hberlltof Mason county, at tho August election. IK.il, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Jtlnyor. AVonronuthoilzed to aunouueo that M. P. MAIIHI1 is a candidate lor tho onico or Mayor of tho city of Maysvillo nt the January election, IK.SI. Wo mo authnrlzet toannniiuco that JANUAHY Is n candldnto for as Mayor ot Masvllle, at tho ensuing January election. For t'lty Clerk. Wo nro authorized to announro that LANOHOIINE M. T.I1U Is n candidate for thontnenof City Clork nt tho ensuing January election. We aro authorized to nnnounco that HAltltYTAVLUlt is a candldnto lor as City Clerk nt tho ensuing Jnnunry olectlou. Fnrt'lly Assmor. Wo aro authorized to announce that Mr. W. D. Is u cundlduto for t'lty tho ensuing Jiiuuiiiy elccilou. We nro nuthorlicd to aunouueo that Mr. JOHN W. OA11T.MELL Is 11 candldnto for City Assessor, nt the ensuing January election. We aro authorized to announco that Mr. CHAKLEH II. WALK Is a candidate for City Assessor, nt tbo ensuing January election, For Collector mill Treasurer. Wo aro authorized to announco that E. E. PEA HOP. Is a candldnto for us Collector and Treasurer of Mnysvlllo at tho ousulug January election. For Council inrtii. We are authorized to announco that W. A. P. LUKTY 1s a candidate for Councilman In tho first ward at tho next Junuary election. Mil. KOHEUT P1103T takes this method of announcing to the voters ot tho Plrst Ward In tho city ot Mavsvillo. that he will ben candidate for re-election as Councilman of said ward ut the eiuuln ' Junuuiy election, 1881. At tho solicitation of many frlouds I myself us n candidate for for Councilman, at tho next election. "1 r D. IlBoiiiNaKU. Wo nro authorized to announco tliut Mr IHAAO M. LANE is n candidate for In the Fourth Wurd, ut tho next January election. Wo nro authorized to announco that JOHN W. ALEXANDER Is a cnndldato for to the council Irom the Pourth Wurd, ot the ensuing January election. , For WliurftaiiHtcr. We nro nnthorlrrto announco that PIOKLIN, Jit., Is n candldnto for reelection as Whartmuster, at the uoxt January olectlou. " ' For SlnrMlml. Wo nro nuthorlzed to nnnounoo Mr. W. W WATKINB as a candidate for Marshal at the ensuing Janunry election, 188 1. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco JAM EH IIAHHON, Br.-, us a unndulaiofor city maisluil nttho January election. Not ouo oout lor electioneering purposes. We nro nuthorlzed to nnnounco that W. U. PAWHON Is n candidate for tho ottlco of City Marshal, at tho ousulug Junuary election, Ho solicits the support of , his frjuiulw. Wo aro nuthorlzed to anuouncu'lliaC JAMES REDMOND is a candidate for ro election as MntshnforMaysvllle attheensulng January election. Tho support ot his frionds is solicited. MU. ROnKHT ,W.,IlHOWNINa announces that ho Is a 0 ujdldftte lor Clty M urshal nt the ensuing Janunry t'Ieettonyon tho tint Monday lu Jauuary, 1881. Your support is Ited. " ' iti" STEAMBOATS' OliicfMiifttl, lorfnmnntli,11lirNnnly a I'oiimrny racket Coiupiuiy. JOHN KVLE",l'r6sldqqt. LKtvis OI.KNN, Secretary and Treasurer. . C. mul O. It. It. I ACHATS Forlluntingloii.l'oineroy.niidull way ijlliUlllKM, TELEOItAPtr, Mond'snmmiUrsdaysS p. m. FLEETWOOD, Pilduys.5 p. in. BOSTON A, Wednesdays nnd Saturdays, 5 p.m. Portsmouth, all Mull and Way Landings. nONANATiiesdays,Thuniduy Hnt'ys, 12m. Maysvlllo.All Mull and Way Landings. MOHNINU MAIL, dally (Bundnysoxcepted) Louvo Cincinnati a. in. Maysvnio, 1 1. m. f TTIV --1 Piclght rooulved on wharf- bout. U. M. 1IUIL.UVAX, suporinieiiuoui. ' f f o a? 1 a is . THItOUan TO PAHKKIIBHURU, Thursdays, Fridays nud UotttoiiH, .Fleetwood mul ' eloKrnpli. TUB0UUII TO PITTSUUllU, Evory rogulor weekly packet nt, ninnr tlliln. Thoso boats nro all first ohuss. and wo solicit tho patronage or tlio pubtto at low rule. C. M. HOLLOW AY, Suporiutondeut. WANTED I'KD To buy a feather bed. oraddiessthlsomce. 2lilH MAUV. ANTKD Acaieful nnd rospoiislhlo party to rent mv resldenpo on tho Plomlng Dike either tho whole or a portion of tho house. Hmiill family preferred. Apply to .Mrs. H. M. Ollmore, or to Uordon Ullmoro at tho Hateman House, Prout street. nlOtf Twenty thousand llvo turkeys WANTED dozen flesh eitgs. Highest marketnrlcu nald. II. II. iMIMtlllUUI i .aj., Button street, Maysvillo. Ky. no5dSw r AKTED A good dancing master. Good jy school. Apply with terms to "O. H, & M.,"Hhauuni, Ky. -A position to ralso tohacco'on WANTED shaies In this or adjoining counties, Host ol rclcicnce given. Address PKANK HETTEUH, Mnysvlllo, Ky. no8w2w A good canvasser ror a fast-selling WANTEI book. Oood commissions. Ex-elusive terrlloiy. WM. OWEN, olGdtf Jiulletln oltlco. FOR SALE. IOIt HALE A few moro building lots In L Chester, on monthly payments of S3. nlOtf M. P. MAlt.SU, Button Bt. 1710K BALE A small two story frnmo tago on Becond street. Terms reasonable. 1)9 M. K. M AltHH, Huton streot. lOIl type, I press, etc.. ol the 17 Mason County Jouruat,ntn bargain. Ap- ply to PAUL HOEP Liiuii , Jinraetpt. i w 1?OR SALE Severul second-hand healing . nnd cooking stoves, nil sizes, good ns new. Cheap for cash, nffldlw HLATIEUMAN A POWKII. 170R H A LE-A well-broke bltd dog. Cull 17 at this olllce. 2idl w 1?OH HALE llaso burning stove, good ns now. Will be sold at u bargain. Apply to T. J. CUULEY. n21dl w IOll HA gal lamps, burn coal 1 oil. Olves moio lhih gas burneis. licst coal oil lump In tho wot Id, Korsalo byO. A, McCnrthey, VI Button street, Maysvllle, Ky. nZldtw oxcollent bargo o'f JUT 1'omeroy coal at market prices. Wo Unvo a I no 011 hund Voughlogheuy or Blacksmith nut coal at 10 cents por bushel. 20d2w DODSON A PUAZEE. I.OU HALE acies of good hacco land, with losldonee, oichard. utc, In one inllo of Muysvlllc. A haigaln, ul7dtwlmow OAltltElTH. WALL. ?)lt HALE The splendid farm of Mis Jn-L tilth Calvert, ooulalulug about K) acres. In two miles of .Maysvillo on the Ohio river, Mt. Cariuol pike, nnd Hutitlnctnu's railroad. First-class Improvements. Pine trull tres and market garden. UAIlitETTH. WALL, novldAwllii MajKvllle, Ky. l.iOIt HAL15 The farms or Lewis Ilrooks F 22:l acres, near. MtnerMi; It. M. Marshall, lbO acres, neai Wnshlnglon; It. Sowurd, 1,'la auies, near .Maysvillo; Hmoot A Teihuno, ltd acres, oil Lawrence t'leek; Mis. MeAlee, SO icie, near .Maysvillo; IS acres at Wollo's .Mill, Minerva pike. OAltltETTH. WALL. llOVhhtwIm Miyslll(, Ky. 701t HALE and dwell- lugs, i'art ot oldOoddard Houso, corner ot Market and Pronl streels lontal 7uo per year, warenouse, corner wail nun aeconii streets. Ilrlck dwelling oil Pourth street Double bilck dwelling on Second, between .Mm Ket and Limestone. UAUHKTTH. WAI L, novldituMtn Maysvllle, Kv. Vew Adv3rtis9mpiits. m. srmnm pill Thi Old, Well Tried, Wondorhl Hea.th Remedies. M'KONO'S NA.VATIVi: I'llI.S fur Hie 1.1 er. A speedy cuio for Llvei Complalut Itegulutlog tho Howel", i'uiltylng tlio HIimxI, Cleansing Irom Malarial Taint A ierreel cure lor Melt lleiuliielie, Constipation mid l)Hpesln Mllii.Mi's I'uriuiitii i'ii.i.t insure healthy uitpetltn, good dUestlou, reguhirltv of tlio bowels. A sure remedy lor Colds nnd Klieum itlsm. A iiroelmiM boon f ilell ( ritte feimileH, soothing and bracing the nervous system, and giving vlKor and health to every tibro of tho body. Hold hv Druglsts. For phumphleN, etc., address C. K. Hull A Co. box (JoO, Oow York city, KNABB PIANOS. 37, Second Ntreet. .Ilnjsr1le, Ky, Xj. JP. 3VE jb. ;t. PIANOS and ORGANS, :17, Second street, Muynllle, Ity, AM ItKCIUVINO DAILY 1 best brands of- FRESH OYSTERS! which will bo served In all styles. Por hale also by tliecuu, hall-can or lu hulk ut prices. T.J. NOL1N, at lllerley's confoctlonory otoro, Second Ht. MEAT STORE. KIHK has opened n dally meat mar-, RC. on Mai ket street, next door to It. U Lovel'.s, nnd will keep all kinds ol lie.shmeat at reasonuhlo prices uud will deliver It lu nuj part ol the city. Call nud see me. .. uliddm H.C.KIRK. THK 1JUAUKTU i:T CJIBAl SUITS IS AT GEORGE ORZ,Jr.st mch31dly BUTTON STHLET. OF l'AltTN:ilNlIIl. riiHE firm of Whlto A Oit, furniture dealers, J has this day dissolved by mutual consent, Cliurles 11. Whlto retiring The business will bo conducted nt tho old stand by HeuryOrt. CHAS. 11. WHITE, HENHYOHT. Mnysvlllo, Ky., Nov. 8, 188J. All accounts duo nud debts owed by tho old firm, will bo settled nt tho ofllce, either member of Hild ill in being nuthorlzed to lecelpt for same. Will TEA OUT. nlOdlmo FRESH OYSTERS ! Itest brands served lu any style, DAY OH NIOHTnt B.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant. My CHtabllHhmenr.has lately been fitted up iu IrindsonioBtyle, nud supplied wlpi evor convenience. Cooking unexcelled. H. I. WILLKTT, h2fH.1m No. H. .Mil 1 ket street, K AT Ill'.IUJCTION Gil .N- Millinery Goods! and NOTIONS. Wo huvo mnrkod our goods down with n view to muko room lor our New Wintku Stock, Our stock consists of IHrds, Peuthers, Ornaments, laces, Hals, Zephyrs, Ac. Wu cull especial attention hand-some stock oftlHEWEU tf"t'ILLINU SILK at accents por dozen. U llkUin M ISS LO U l'O W LI N O. ftf.AIU!IIIr.ACON, announces to tho public that she has marked hor stock down to make room for HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. My slock consists of Ulrds, Ponthcrs, Hats, Velvets, Ornaments and Notlousorall kinds. Tho ladles mo invited to cull and see prl ces. A, R, GLASCOCK k CO i Is tho best place to get bargains In DRY GOODS. MANUFACTORY F. L. TRAYSER, :Dcalcr In tlrst'Clawt: PIANOS ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ! PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED I Front Street, MayNville. rpiIOMAN JH'HSO.V, Dcnlor lu BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Nprlni; nnd Ifurnrsn. Hoposltory No. 18, Button street, Maysvllle, Hv. Headquarters lor DH. JACKSON ami rellahlo Horse Medicines. UK. JACKSON'S HLACKOIL curesmange, cracked heel, wans, greasy heel, pilcked foot, quitter, H11111I cracus, corns 010. rricoou cents. DR. JACKHON'H ULIHTEHING OINT MENT is un excellent remedy for enlargements, spavin, ling-bone, cupped hock, curb splint cramp or strain of tho whirl bone. I'llcoSO cents, DH. JAi KHON'H WHITE OIL cures lung fever, liillanritlon 01 tho kldnejs nnd tlsin in man or horse. 50 cents. DH.JAfKHON'HPOOT OIL Is nn effective rcmody tor chafes, soros or lu hoises' feet nnd mnngonnd llco In cattle and horp, I'rlco 50 cents. ttiTHent to any address on receipt of price. oet!8dly THOMAH JACKSON, rrrLua.vvi IR'JlljiAlJ 830,000 FOR 82. Itegiiliir 1 Sloiitlily Driinliitf will rd; tako place lu the Masonic Hall, Ihilldlug, Louisville, Ky TIlUItSBA F, iVoi', 20, 18S3. A I.iuvliil Lottery mill Fnlr lrnu Idkn ch.irlcied by tho Legislature of Ky. nnd twice declnied legal by tho highest court in tho State. Itoud given to Henry county In the sum orsiwywofor tho piompt puynieut of all prlresHoId. A Keoliition In NIiikIu Number DriiMlntfN. JrEvery ticket holder his own supervisor, an call out tho number on his ticket and seo thocoriespondlng number on the tag placed lu tlio wheel In his presence. These dinwlngs will occur on the last Thursday of every month. Head tho magnificent November Scheme. 1 l'rlzo 8.11,000 1 Prlzo lo.tHMJ 1 PrUu 5,0U0 J 1'ilzes, $2,500 oich fi,H) 5 Prizes, l.ito each 5,iki0 9 Pilzes, 300 each, Approx'n Prizes.... U.71W 9 Prizes, -JOO each, '' l.hoO B Prizes, 100 each, " " WW S) Prlres, 500 each - 10.UW 100 Prizes, 100 each 10,n00 2O0 Prizes, 60 each 10,1K) &K) Prizes. 2i) each 10,100 1000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000 1,837 Prizes, 110,100 Whole TleltelM, g'J, Hnir TlcUets, 81. 27 TIcUetN, feno. Smlcliel 8IOO. Itemlt mouoy or bank draft In letter, or send nvoxpress. nuji'r nkmi in LET TEH OH POSTOPP1CE OKDKH. until lurther nollco. Orders of S5nnd upward by express, can be sent nt our own expense (Yiiuress an oruers 10 j. j. uuuuuah. sop!7dAwly Louisville, Ky. 7 alus SPAVlNJUREfW The 9toHt SueerNNful Itemeily over ills, covered as It is certain lu Its eltects nud does not blister. Head proof bolow. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Santa Hosa, Cnllfornln, Peb.0, 18K1. 1! J. Kknuali. a Co., Gouts: I leol itn duly to others sulterlng with the piles nnd lulling of tho rectum to wrilu to you. I have had the piles and prolnpsupsof thorectntu for flvo years, for the pnst tluee years I havo suttercd tho most ngonlzlug pain. I tried everything without relief, hut after ten dny's usoof Kendall'H Spavin Cure. I have not seen or heiud ol the piles since, Ono who has not sullered as I havo cannot comprehend tho great Joy that I felt at being cured of 11 disease almost worsa than death. I had a valuablo young 1101x0 that hud a largo bunch gather on lits hi east bono. I tried all kinds of liniments and hud It eut open without any benefit. Saw your advertisement nud bought n bottle of Lemluirs Spavin Cuio nud ordered my teamster to uso us directed. In loss than ono week tho lump had disappeared. Thinking that a liniment that would do what Kendall's Spavin Cure tins donq for my luirsn mliiht beuoiH moro. I tried ltusn lust resort. With gratitude uud best wishes for your success, I am ralthfully yours, J. II. Olknn. SPAVIN CURE Kendall's On JIVatAX i'tetti. VKVAY, Ihd., Aug. 12th, 1881. Du. It. J. Kkndai.i. . Co. Cieuts : Sample of cliculurs recelvesl to-day. Plenso solid mo some with my Imprint, printed on ou one side only. Tho Kendall's Spavin Curo is lu excellent (loiunua witii us, una not only ror animals, but for. human aliments nlso. Mr. Jos. Norlx, one or tho loading furthers In our county, sprained an unklo badly, and knowing tlio value of tho remedy for horses, tried it on hlum'lf. nud it did far hotter than ho hnd expected. Cured tho spralu lu vory short ordor. Yours respectfully, O. O. TUIHllAND. Price Jl por bottle, or 0 bottles for J5. All druggists huvo It or can g t It for you, or It will bo sent to any address on receipt of price, by tho proprietors. Du. li. J. Kxndau. Kt Co., Enosburgli Palls. VU Bond for trnttsl olrcular, OB-HOLD 11 ALIj