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THE DXlLtf BlftXETIlft WEDNESDAY, VE,, tfOV. 2g, 1883. .nb'asBK.MoOiBTilYr1 , J" ."Palirisliorauiid'PrpprletSre, To WuoM ASDHiAz,i. Communications 3E YoUNa LooiiitjtvAU camo opt of the west, Vowing Egnow & .Alloh's stoves woro the best, " For baking, for frying, forstewlng, for w'ur, And very correct was (lint young Lochluvar. IUaiNa. Tho Eiglu's war on tho ' " . Wont waa resumed at tho ice factory Go "toc1iurch "to-morrow. You" liavo much to bo thankful ,ferw J 1 I Col. J. M. Stockton, ' a'RcnBiblo,11 citizen, is a candidato for tion ns councilmiin. Skats for tho McAuley entertainment 'are "b"olngwrn"f33ly dtkon. jTKey grcTfor sale at Taylor's no w'sepqt In. Frank R. Biiistkii's atoro will be closod to-morrow (Thanksgiving) from ten o'clock a. m. until ono o'clock p. m. Chase Brooks, a colored boy, living in East Mnysville, is in custody of tho officers; andlwijljbojtrityl oria writ oMu nacy. The' Bulletin office wfliW closed tomorrow. ' aftornoon; (Thanksgiving Dny. All business should bd traimctlir?rtlio morning. ' J? W ' Iiiwton CoopjiR rail, from Mississippi, a boaiitlful ancf excellent fluallty of Sonthcrri .yellow pino flooring for his mammoth warehouse. ' j ' ' : Wm. Hautley, accused of stealing a horse from James McLaughlin, of Carter county.ihas'been'sont'.toGruyson for trial. Tho horso was identified by the to him. We appeal to overy citizen who has a pride. In his tovvnrandfwi8h,estoi800 it a neat and healthful place of residence, to voto at th'e January election uguiust continuing tho hog .nuisance. i Mn. R. W. Willett, tho restaurateur of Market street, is un enthusiastic friond of Haucko's baud, ami as an evidem'o of his kindly fueling, has invited tho members to an oyster and gamo supper at his saloon, tomorrow: ovoniug. Another pig 'died oVthc field, of glory this morning, and one mora has gone to tho hospital with broken limbs, and all on account of taking possession of the street railway track uhilo it was occupied by tho cars. Tho cars "or tho pigs musget outof town. Which shall it be? The Kentucky Centrul railroad will soil round trip tirkets November 28th and 20th to all stations, at ono fare for the round trip, good returning on day of sale. OnsameUatoa tickets will bo sold to all stations, at two cents per milo each way, goodj returning until December 3. Tub following is a soiisonablo hint to young men : Don't throw any obstacle in tils' way of your young lady frionds when thov' eznress curiosity uboiiU tlio size of your feoL Christmas 1b comfng and if you. ljq about tho matter, tho chances are -your sllppors will bo two or thrco sizes too small. Thanksoivino services and sermon in tho Church of the Nativity at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning. Tho church will bo appropriately decorated for the harvest festival. All are cordially invited to unite with the rector -in prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty Go"d for tho fruits of tho earth, and all tho other blessings of His merciful Providonco. The street car company havo invented n trap for catching small bbya wlio'rlrfo on tho cars withouLpaying'fare. It .ia a combination of iron hooks and paddles, bo arranged .as toact the momont' tho boy puts his foot on the car platform Tho hooks Biezo him in tho back of his jacket and in an instant he is wrong end upward, whilo the paddles do their duty in the most satisfactory manner. " "V " 'aH."''""i' ' ' . ' Misses Anna Miller and Anna Austin left to-day to visit friends in Manchester, Ohio. Mrs. J. Rice; of Middlolown, Ohidpitf thoguostof tho family of Mr. Hermann Lango. V St. Mr. Charles A. Good, of Cincinnati, is in Maysville to-day, in tho interest of tho Collego of Music and tho Fourth "Opora Fapinfl.'?' . '" ' , j" , Sales r Laurt. The following changes in tho ownership of land havo beou recordod at tho office 0? 'tho tlijp? CountyiCourt( since our last roport: Peter II row 11 to V. H. Dawson, grantor's interest In n house aud lot lu May sy llle :,coj Ideratloii J200. ". ! ? Daniel llrown to ssTne; Brantor's Interest lu same properly; consideration fAO. Jamen Bhackteford and wife to David Daruoll, house and lot on south side of Firth street In Maysville: consideration $1,23). L. O. Iilatterman to wm. II. Ryder, two lots In Woodvlllo; consider itlon laA Laura Hamilton ahd olhera to Unpn U. Lloyd, house aud lot ou south sldo .... of Grant street; consideration ft. OSS. Frank liullock and otlioro to W. 11. Olbson, lot 281 In Dover; consideration ttt. A. M. J. Cochran, oommlsstqiir, to A. II. Calvert, 174.95 acres or land on Taylor's Mill and Flemlngsburg road consideration 17,000, l 'riiflnksrlTlin l)av ia"tho dity Mint tho National and State Executives hava npartTis' n day of Thanksgiving' fof National blessing, and to 'Uiia .end wo aro invited to nssembfo In tho houses of' worship to thankGod.foctho.bloaainga ho Has ad lavishly bestowetl" upon oir land. It js ono day in tho year do voted to such a. purpose, having National and State significance, and as feueh, all good citizens ehoiild join in cdmplying witli tho re quest of tho executives. Professedly re-' ligious people Bhould IcuMt a privllegoto lot an'Joiample to tlioir in mm reaped, anu suouiu cioso tucir pmccs of business at least long onough to givo thomBelvts and their 6mp)oyes an opportunity to alttond divlno sorvico". has had rather a faulty record in tho past on this point', foTiTciiy With so many church members, and it is to bo h.opoditiaE ihq,fuith.of tho pastors in our willtrfgneW U do hotter this year, as displayed in appointing two union services will not-prove to bo mistaken. Rev. A. N. Gilbert will deliver an ad- dross at thor. E. .Church,South,, on , Second sreot, on " A Hundred'YearB of National Life Its "Light 'and Sfpulo," whiloRov. J. A. Henderson will Ueliver a sermon at tho Presbyterian Church, on Third street. Both will bo assisted by other pastors in tho exercises of worship. Both services will begin punctually at 11 o'clock, occupying nbout an hour. ' if' !i ;.' II ' B. MoAuloy. . " The Jersoyman,"' wjth Mr. B, McAuley as tho leading character, will bo tho Opora Houso. on Monday evening. Tho Philadelphia North American says : ' v "Qllderoy N. O. Punk" gives Mr. MoAuley evou better opportuultle for Ills Immense ratourcM of racial expression than does In "A Messenger from JarvU 8ev lion." It la qulle ,'i'Vliloiit.ln )oyt limn ten minutes after he comes on that Ullderoy N. U. I'uuk U aUWtlncl Individual from uncle Uun'l. HoIma mnn of, jnuiiv and wonderiut scheme!), such hh the invention of u tiuolc, which tho leading racing horses alwnyx In front of the grand Htaud, und it chtoulo nlertuum ns a oeker or rownrlu olloieU for lost' helm and escaped criminals, and m itrllimulal alliances with heiresses whon lound. Tliocliaarln ol (allure In Rphemo after HCheme, the entliiiHlasm of of Imaginary trlumiih Id tho numerouH Intervals between failure?, find the good-humored veraatlllty with which Ulldoroy ho copta each dltapporiiltnenl only to'lear on niter something new. carry with them con. tlnual opportunities for Mr. Mo.UiIey's Htyle of c mle Impeinailon, aud Ids' sklllfnl nanus uimeioy e.u. ueeomes n suong ly marked und yet mtlte natural character a oomlenhatlon ol all the cheeky I'ounif rnllstH, conco 1kI, but green j'mnieennry, but honeHlnt heart; who can boiemembarod br per"ons or country experience. Itut It lit Air. McAuloy'd acting thai makes Ullderoy N. U. Punk all this, quite hh much aa the Kcliemea, nIiu itloiisniul epiu'intnailochunkMof country wUdom with wtilrli thoplnywilKht furnlslie tilin. Theuudleuce was laign Htid thoroughly enjoyed overy look, remark and KONiuro of the IrreproilbIe Drlro Ih Overcoats. As nn offering for tho holiday season, Messrs. Ilechittger Bros. & Co. will ploco on their counters beginning December 1st, an assortment of srtiu lined dress overcoats, that havo been made especially for their trade. Ihoy nro yery fashionable garments of tho best and latest stylo fabrics and will bo offered at exceedingly low prices. 'Tho offer is made with a viow of showing what this establishment can do. Messrs Hechlnger Bros. & Co. invito overybody to call and see these overcoats whether thoy desire to buy or not, as it Is a lino'df goods bfVliich thoy aro justly proud, and will bo glad to havo tho public Inspect. ' m DENTAL EPISODE. I say lo you, good Dr. Smith. And with a sight of pain, This very day I must get rid Of my "estates In Spain,"-Ho took his ugly pinchers'" " ' And held them In his flST: ' ' "I boo, but then, an aoher less, , You know, will nql bo fnlsaed," " . ' COUNTY POINTS. MT. CAItMRL. Tho vote on tho school lax resulted In a tie. The olecllou wiu a vory warmly contested ono, and u stionunus elfort was made to bring about lta defeat, and lliero is some bad feeling over it yet. Itov. Mr. Fitch preached Rnnday morning and evening. There were services at the uiinsuan unurcn atso. UAY8LICK. . J. A. Jackson goes to Lowli couuty this ,Weok on business mm )ri Whols thecomlng man W All tho pnplt In the Christian Oliarch'iu thk place the coining year. 'Come, only ope at ajtltuo. 9a 1 Thoro was a sudden transitu tho mercury last Monday night from.butuinur. heat to Elder V. II. Tiller, pastor of tho Christian Church In thlH place, nnnouueed Irom the pulpit last Hunduy that at tho expiration or the present year ho would seek a new llfcldfof labor. f, , (i Dan. Perrlue.the coming Sheriff of Mason county, registered at the Htouowall House last Monday evening. ' Chafl. Iloiiporlolt last Monday morning to attend commercial collego tor a few weeks in Maysville. u Uev. Vartiman, of Covington, will proich at tho HapllHi Church on Hntuiday and Hun-day, December 1st and 2nd, morning and evening. " Ilov. Mr. Hendricks, of tho Prosbytorlan church, will hold Thanttnttvlur services nn Thursday morning at the Christian Church. Let all thankful hearts bo present. Ono day last woek an old bow camo up in front ot tho Htonowall House, went to tho trout hall door and was trying to ring thq door bell. Muysllck in this respect Is very ncuriy us uau us fiiuysviiie. Our barber has moved to Maysville. Hois boarding with Dennis Fitzgerald pens of tho couuty. ' ' ' Wo overboard foe of oar old-time durkloa T a low uan unite,, loiating inauin lilseaily days he kuew a man that could run on his hands and feet and Jump ovor a covered wagon. That ain't worth a cent. We know several widowers in this vicinity who can tHiid Hut-footed and norforin the feat, cm nee. lully if tbeie U.a girl on tho other side. Wo took In Nepton lost Sunday, heard a very uble and Quito lengthy discourse ou "being culled and sent to preach the gospel," at Iho Methodist Church. After church wo enjoyed aJountlful dinner with A. A. Hood and bisters, and if wo aro not gieutly mluta. kou we will cull ugatti soon, AdvcrtlweraentH Jjiserted under this . ' Try Laugdon's Oity HutterOruckers. Children's cloaks and cloaklngs at Hunt & Doylu's. All woorroSundorBllirtlafjlfJ nt ' l Nesbitt & McKroll's. 1 .Russian circulars and dolinnnschcnp at Nesbitt & McKroll's. IA Good"T)o"d comforts from85c.ilo $2.25 at JNcsuitt and AlcKrell's wvmj& Great bartrains in flnorfBlankets at J. W, Sparks & Bro.s, 24,'SfaTket street. Cloaking and Sacking Cloths cheap at J.' W. Sparks & Bro.'s, 21, Marketrfltreot. I - u ' "Mtnnf trsdrrtif rllfTnponf atvlaa nf nnw neckwear open to-day at Hunt & Doylo's. Buy "your cloak from Hunt & .Doyle, thoy know how to fit you perfectly;" ' Five hundred dolmans, iacknts and cloaks nl Hunt & Doylo's to;day, ; .ff Bring on tho babies. IPicturcaakcn instantaneously by KackloyBt M. & K.'s book storej &mt 6'20dtf Fivo hundred ladies' ; Merino Vc8tS k icap Ono thousand shirtsi.at20a., 25o., 30c.,.35c.Qc., 50c., G0c.Vnrid 76ftiht JTJhV. Sr5itrksro.'s. jJwT'yndorBhiriaatl76o9S1.00 ana i.iio,at J. vw ,spar,ks,s uro.'s, L'4 MdrkotBtrcoU' . Vi "? Tho Constant feelinc of'beincr " nlaved ouV" and "hse,utup,"c;ati, rea'dily"bo re moved by using Ayor'BiSarsaparilln,. ' is v ' ,' rcat bargains in Bed Comforts. Wo mnko big reductions in tho pricesof all our BedrComforis. t J. W. Snarksji Bro. ihis.Bdason. of ladies' and Mon's under- edr'hlankets, etc. ,.,r - ... Cloaks. ), Tho largest lino and tho lowest pricos In Maysvillo'at Nesbitt & McKrell's. "Poo's R iven, illustrated by Dore, SP, list prico $10. For sale by M. & K. nl7dlm Poeta from 75 cents to $n. Family bibles now, and cheap, at Morrison & Kack-ley's. 'nlTdlm Cloaks, Jackets, Dolmans and Circulars. Cheapest at J. W. Sparks &. Bro.'s, 24, Market street, t is.Baid that tho chonpost, ploco to buy blankets and bod comforts' in is atjunyon's Cash .Storey 22dlw " ' , . , BisqtiOrf goods . and Mdoals, now, for Maysville, can bo seen fnour show 'windows Mdrrlson & Kackloy,'s Book Store. illlUllli I Shawls! -Shawls Wo placo ori'salo ou entire stock of Shawls at a big reduction from former prices. J. ,W. Sparks & Brd., 24, Market street. ' reductions From this dato Favorite oystors will bo reducod to 25 cents a can. nlOtf John Wheeler. Young Ladies' Journal. Doublo December and Christmas part, just received. Prico CO cents. Harry Taylor's, W 23,' Ma'rkcit street. i i m m m - Ml ' .13 If on Awny. Quart aiid half gallon bucketa will bo given nway with bulk- oysiers bought of me, until further notice. nlOdtf John Wheklkr. Tho best value and best assortment of ladies' gontlomen's and children's anil hosiery may bo found at Runyon's Casli Store 22dlw Great Bargains in black Cashmeres, direct from tho importors all purft.wool, at 40c, 50c., COc., C5c, 75c, 85c, 00c. and $1.00. Call and oxamino before you buy.' J. W.' Sparks & Bro. ' Books In. Sots. i Bulwcr, Dickons, Goo Elliott, M'Caul ly, Gibbons' Rome, Chambers, Hans Anderson, and numerous juveniles in sots, for salo by Morrison & Kackloy. 171md At F. U. Ilunson'B Mon's ntoga boots $1 CO Youth's fitoga boots I 76 Cliild's Btoga boots., CO Child's calf shoes, Nos. 7, 8 and 0..I CO n22dlw I Now Hooks. . .. , Mark Twain's " Llfo on tho Sawyer," "Iiinbfconls'Abroad," Will Oarleton's " Farm Ballads," Farm Lcgonds," " Farm FestlvalB." For sale byM.&K. 'ri!7dlm Ayor'fl Tills aro a convenient remedy to have, nl ways at hand. They aro sugar coated, easy to take, effective to oporatu, sure to brlnj; relief nnd c'urer" Thoy aro effectual in a wide ranee iof dsoa8es which arise from disordflrsfof Iho stomach " and digoativo organs. 1 Lost Faith In rjiysiclans. Tliorq aro innumoraljlo instances whero euros hnvo boon oflected by Scovillo's Sarsaparilla, or Blood and Llvor Syrup, for all diseases of tho blood, when tho patient has beon glvon up by physicians. It is ono of tho best remedies over offered to tho public, and as it is prepared with tho greutest caro aa a specific for certain diseases, it is no wondor that it is morp effectual than hastily written and carelessly prepared prescriptions. Tnko Scovillo's Blood and Liver Syrup for all disorders arising from impure blood. It Is endorsed by all leading professional men. ItETAII, MAItKKT. Corrected dally by H. II, Lovkl, grocer and produso dnalor, No. GO and 62, Market street, Maysvljlp, Ky, JJ. OttOCERIKS. Unffe f)lb 8 lSfa'O MolftMes, old crop, It gal m MolAMofl, fancy, new W gnl ft Molasses, sorghum, fancy, V gal 60 H u gar, yellow Vtb s Hugar, extra O., V ft Hugr A. ) lb - .,- D'lftio HugrJ granulatl 1ft m lugjluif Hugar. riowdel nd, per lb 1 1 Hugar New Orleaus, Htb 7Ugo Teas, W 403 1 10 Coal Oil, head light 11 gal 20 iBOViHioNBANn,coouTar tkoduce. Apple's, per peck.,. ssgw Hacon, brcakfiut.m lb .... uxA Ilucon, clear sides, per lb io Hacon, llams,)) ro 1G Iiacon, Hliouldurs, per lb 83!) Ueaus V gal. w.M.......M......M.... , 4 Q5o Uutter,V)fi i."0ij25 Chickens, each UjilW Apples, dried, per lb i 1'eaches, dried, por lb 8 Eggs, dot- 25 Flour, Limestone, per barrel ,. 7 IW Flour, Old Oold, per barrel ., 7 0U Flour, Maysville Fancy, por barrel.... b 2.1 Flour, Mason County per banel 9 25 Floar, Kentucky Family, per barrol., 0 tic Flour, Magnolia Family, por ban el .. 6 76 llouey, per lb 15320 llomlny, V gallon 20 Meal V peck 20 Hhoulders 0310 Lard, V n 12U Unions, per peck........ 20sj30 Iototoev pockrSL... .. is Turkeys, drcssod, por lb..... 10Q124 MAYSVILT.S COAL MAUKET. ' Anthracite at ElovatoMjner ton $8.23, delivered, $8.60. , Youghloghony at Elovators, per bushel He. delivered inc. Kanawha at Elovutors, por bushel lie. 12c. Pomery at Elovators, per bushel Oc. delivered 10c. announci:.mi:.t. For Nlicrlir. We aro authorized to uunounco that DAK I'KHHINK Is'a cundidato for tho otiluo of Hherltt of Miisnn couuty, at llio August election. INSi, subject to tho action or tho Democratic party. Tor JII11) or. Wo aro authorised to nmounco that M. K. MAILSI1 Is a candidate tor thnottloo of Mayor ol tho city of Maysville at tho January election, 181. We are authorized to announce that is a candidate for re-election, 'aa Mayor of Maysville, at the ensuing Janaary election. fur C'lly Clerk. Wo nro authorized to announro that LANOHOUNK M. TAHli Is n candidate Mi the otlloe of City Cleric at the ensuing Wfl' are 'authorized to announce that HARRY TAYLUIt Is a candidate lor re-election as City Clerk at tho ensuing January election. For City Assessor. Wo aro authorized to annoiinco that Mr. W. D. I11XSON is u candidate ror City tho ensuing Januuty election. We mo authorized to announro that Mr. JOHN W. OARTMKLL Is u randldale for City Assessor, at tho ensuing January election. Wo nro authorized to announce that Mr. CHARLES H.WALK is a candidate ror City Assessor, at tbo ensuing January election, For Collector mid Treasurer. Wo aro authorized lo aunnuueo that V.. K. PKAROK Is 11 cundidato ror ro Heoiion as Collector and Treasurer or Maysville at tho eusutng'Jauuaryelectlou. ' " For Conucilninii. Wn nnt nnllinrlvn.! in nnnnnnftA ir T f 8T0CKT0N, as u cundidato lor 10 election as councilman from the Second Ward. We are authorized to announce that W. A. P. LUItrY Is a candidate for Councilman lu tho first ward at tlm uaxt January election. Mil. R0I1ERT FROHT takes this method of announcing to the voters ol tho Hrst Ward In the city or Mnsvllle, thai ho will be a cand!datofor re-election as Councilman or said Wurd uttuocimilug January election, lb&l. At tho solicitation of many friends I announce myself us a candidate ror re-election for Councilman, at the next election. D. llKcitiNaF.a. Wo aro authorized to annouueo that Mr ISAAC M. LANK is n candidate for Councilman in the Fourth Wurd, at tho next January election. Wo are authorized to announce that JOHN W. ALEXANDER Isu candidate for to tho council Irom tho Fourth Wurd, at tho ousulng January election. For WlmrliniiMer. Wo aro authorized to auuounro that FICKLIN, JR., Js a candidate for reelection as Wharnnoster, at the next January election. For Marshal. Wo aro authorized to uunounco Mr. W. W WATKINB as a candldato for Marshal at tho ensuing January election, 1881. Wo aro authorized to uunounco JAM US HAB30N, Br., as a candldato for city marshal at tho January election. Not ono cent for electioneering purposes. We aro authorized to announce that W. 11, DAWSON Is a candidate for tho offlco of City Marshal, at the ensuing January election, Ho solicits tho support of ills friend. Wo are authorized to announce thai J A M KS" REDMOND is a oanumutu ror as Marshal of 'Maysvlllo at the ensuing January election. Tho support ol ills friends is solic ited. MR. ROBF.RT W. DROWNING announces that ho is A oindldato for City Marshal at tho eusulna January election, on tho flrst Monday lu Jauuary, 1WI. Your support is FOR SALE. SALE A fow more building lota in ; Chester, ou monthly payments or 85. ntuil' M. v . oiAitaii, nunii oi. J7IOR small twostory frame tago on Second street. Terms reasonable. n9 M. F. MARSH, Huton street. TOR SALE Tho type, nres.s, etc., ol tho I1 Mason Couuty Journal, at u bargain. Ai-ply to PAUL HOEFUCH, Market Hu iHdlw second-hand healing 1?OR cooking stoves, all sizes, good as now. Choup lor cash. li2Allw IILATTERMAN & POWER. RECEIVED-An oxcolleut baigo of JUST coal at market price. Wo have also on bund Yntighlogheny or Ulaoksmlth nut coal at 10 cents nor bushel. IWdiiw ' J DODrfON 4 FRA7.EK. ."170R HALE acres of good to-1; bacco land, with residence, orolmid. etc., m onemuo 01 wnysviue. n u.irgain. nndlwimow QARRKTTH. WALL. SALE The splendid farm of Mrs Judith FOR Calvert, containing almut SI acres. Iu two miles of Maysville on tho Ohio river, Alt. Carmel pllto, and Huntlnutou's railroad. Improvements. Flue Irutt tiecs and market garden. ...... OARRE1T S. WALL, novldAwlm Maysville, Ky. OR SALE The farms or Lewis llrooks V 2MUore. nuarpiiiiurvu : ai. ii. iiimBuuiii ISO arres. nent Washington : R. Soward, ISO acres, neur Maysvlllo : Umoot i Torhuno, IVQ acres, on Lawronco Creek; Mrs, MoAlee, N) Meres, near Maysvlllo; 18 acres at Wollo's Miu,,:ui(iorva'pue. GARRETT H. WALL, novldi&wlm Muysvine, lty. TTl JJ lugs. Part 01 old Uoddard House, comer of Murket und Front J700 por year. Warohouie, corner Wall and Becoud streets. Brlok dwelling 011 Fourth streot. Doublo brick dwelling on Becoud, between Murkot and Litaostonn. UARRETTS. WALT., navld&wlm Muvsvllle, Ky. toivukmdk ntma, Miss KATE JAMES, Prcpriotor. Hoary d tho day or week. Prlees reasonable. Corner ol Sutton and Front Hts. al IU "WANTED. To buy a feather bod. Anply WANTED ojtldress this olllro. MARY. " tr ANTED Acarofulund responsible par- V ly to rent my icsidouco on tho Fleming ulko either the whole or a portion or tho bouse. Small family preferred. Apply to Mrs. H. M, (illmnre, or to Unrdon Gil more at the Hatemaii House, Front street. nllltf I'ED Twenty thousand live turkeys WAN frti.OUO dozen Irish eggs. Highest markotprlco paid. II. n. NORTUCOTT. CO., Hultoi street, Maysville, Ky. noJdAw T AN'i'Kt) A go7)3 (lancing master. Oooil V school. Apply with terms to"C, R, & M" Shannon, Ky. WANTED A good canvasser ror a fast-Ex- sellluir book. Uood commissions. elusive territory. W M.OWENS, ol6dtr llulletln ottlco. i:ka IIOUSK. ov Monday, Dec. 3. Tho favorite comedian, Mr. C. MIL ET, In his eccentric impersonation of OILDEROY PUNK, In tho now and entirely original American comedy, entitled THE JERSEYMAN. A Charming Story I Happily Conceived I llenullfully Written I Excellently Acted 1 OfaSeats on Salo at Harry Taylor's News depot. u28 New Advertisements. Thd Old, Well Triod, Wondorfil Health Bomodles. NTItONO'H NANATIVK lII,I,S Tor tlio l.Uer. A r needy euro tor Liver Complaint. Regulating the Dowels, I'urlrylug tlio lilood, Cleanslug rrom Malarial Taint A perfecl euro for Nlclt llenilaehc, CoiiNtiiiatlou and IMieiisla STltOXtJ's lT.CrOKlI, IIM.S Insure healthy appetite, good dUctlon, regularity of tho bowels. A sine remedy for Colds and Rheumatism. A preeloua Ixxm lo (IpII onto (enmleH, soothing and bracing the nervous system, und giving vigor and health to every Ubio of tho body. Hold by Druggists. For etc., address C. E. Hull A Co. box tijo, Oow YorH city KNABEPrANOS. 37, NecoiKl street MnyNt'HIn, liy. Jj. JS. 0VE Agt. PIANOS and ORGANS, a7, Second Htrool, .Hujh llle, Ky, LJF. MKT.GMK, Agt. m nam:. F Thirty Toiih nect 4'lnvei Hay Sov- omy ions Hay. For prices address F. M. CARR, nl7 iitawiwd Carr's, Lewis County, Ky, am ur.cr.ivixo daily I tho best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will Ixi served In all styles. For sale also by tbocau, hall-can or lu bulk at reasonable prices. T.J. NOLIN, at lllcrlcy's confectionery stole, Second Ht. If If. TUAXKI., BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream parlors npou for tho season. Absolutely puio candles. Fresh bread of nil kinds. Furnishing weddings and parties a specialty. 1'rleos low. inayldly IJIO.VKW A AI.I.K.N, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, manlols, etc Sole agents for tho eolcbrnted Omaha and Lea lor stoves. Rooting and guttering promptly nnd satisfactorily done. Corner of Market and Third istroeta, A. R. Glascock's old stand. aplhxllw MEAT STORE. KIRK has opened u dally meat mar-. RO. ou Market street, next door to R. U Lovel's, and will keep nil kinds ol meal at prices and will deliver 11 in unj partot the city. Cull and mjo mo. jaitdCra R.O. KIRK. TIIK l'I.ACr.TOGi:T !1IKA1 BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE OlllfJr.'s I mchSldly SUTTON STREET. MSANNAFRAZAR, tDcaler In: Dry Goods and Notions, Furnishing Goods, Hooks, Stationery nnd General Merchandise. UNDERWEAR for small children nnd grown portions a specialty. A largo stock or Hand-Made Knit Goods or nil kinds. Novelties or all k nds and PRICES VERY LOW. My stock Is complete In all Hues and I guarantee satisfaction in till cases, nirstomplng done to order. Tho patrouago is solicited. sl3dtl MlbHANNAFRAZAR. SIMMONS' Dedicated Well-water. A Spociflc 'for Dyspopsia and Diseases of tho Kidnoys. n AS been used with most crntlfylng rl cess In many obstlimte cases. Prof. F. verslty ot Cincinnati says this water "belongs to tho same olnss with that of the Alleghany Springs, ol Virginia," tho medicinal virtue of which uro too well knowu to be stated here. Thosowho desire to try this famous water nro reform! to Captain C. W. Uoyd, Lovanuu Ohio: . Canta . V .. 11 C. ......... M. Hollowav. 1. . ,- Cincinnati, Ohio: , ,1. j, iiaipo, Vinciiiuaii, uuin, ror mue lu half barrolsnnd tugs by UUa.MlM M0N8, Proprietor. I mZWAwtt Auorueou.unio. M.AIUIIIDIIACON, announces to tho ptiblta that sho has marked bur stock down to inalto room for HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. My stock consists of Ilhds, Feathers, lints, Velvets. Ornaments and Notlonsof all kinds. Tho ladles me lu vlted locallaudbeo prices. U, GLASCOCK & CO "I -Is the best place lo get bargains In rmy goods. or 1MKT.VKR.SIIH. rpiIE flrni or Whlto A Ort, furniture dealers, J has this day beon dissolved by mutual consent, Charles 11. Whlto retiring. The business wilt bo conducted nt the old stand by Henry Oil. CHAH. H. WHITE, HENRY ORT. Maysvlllo, Ky., Nov. 8, lUBi. All accounts duo nnd debts owed by the old firm, will be settled nt the olllce, either or Slid Arm beiug nulliorlred to receipt ror same. WHITE 4 ORT. nlOdlmo FRESH OYSTERS ! Ilcst brnnds served In auy style, DAY OR NIUHTut R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant, My establishment hns lately been ntteil up In hundsotno style, and supplied w!ttioo' convenience. Cooklug uiioxcelled. R. M. WILLhrr, s2(3d3in No. S. Muikct street, QMAT in:injcri.v IN Millinery Goods! and NOTIONS. Wo havo marked our goods down with a view to inaku loom lor our Nkw Wintku Stock. Our stock consists or lllrds, Feathers, Ornainent.s, In cos, lints .ephyrs, Ac. Wo cull especial attention to our cheap nnd handsome stock or CUE VVEL. : cuts nor dnrnn. nlOdJni .MISS LOU POWL1NU. Pll'flU MANUFACTORY 5T L. TRAYSER, iDealer lu llrstclass: PIANOS ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED! Front Street, Maysville. rpilOMAS JK'KSOK, Dealer In BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring- Wiikoiih mill llnrnrss. Repository No. IH, Sutton street, Maysvlllo, Ky. HeadnuuitersIoiDR. JAl and reliable Horse Medicines. DR. J ACKSON'S HLACK OIL cures mange, cracked heel, wans, greasy heel, pricked toot, emitter, k.uuI cracks, corns etc. Prico CO cents. DR. JACKSON'S RLISrERINO OINTMENT is nil excellent remedy tor enlargements, spavin, rlug.bone, c.ipned hock, curb splint ciutup or etraln of tho whirl bone. Price 50 cents. DR. JACKSON'S WHITE OIL cures lung fever, intlani'itlou ol tho kldnejs nnd tlsm in man or horso. PilcoGOconts. DR. JAl KHUN'S f UOT utL is an eiiecitvo rotnedy lor chafes, sores or quarter-crack lu horses1 feet and mango aud Ilea in cattle aud horses. Prico K) cents. mrHont to nny nddres on receipt of price. octlHdly THOMAS JACKSON, fSPAVIN CURE I j2E llio JIomI NiicOfNNfuI Remedy evor discovered as It Is certain lu llsolleets aud does uot bllstet . Read proof bolo w. KendalFs Spavin Cure. Santa Rosa, California, Feb. 0, 18S1. R. J. Kfnuall J: Co., Gents: I (eel Itn dut y to others sutler Inu with tho nlles nml lalling of tlio rectum to wrlto to vein. 1 imvn had tho piles and prolapsups of tho rectum for tlvo years, lor tho past tlneo years I havo sutlered tlio most agonizing pain. I trhd eNerythlng without rellel, but after ten day's uso of Kendall's Spavin Cure. I have not Heen or heard of tho piles since. Ono who has not sutlered ns I have cam ot completion! tho great Joy that I lelt at being cured of 11 dlseaso almost worse thin death. 1 hud a vuluablo young hot so that had a large bunch gather uu 111s uieasi uuue. 1 ineu uii Klliusul and had It eut open without any benefit. Saw your ntlvmtlsomoiit nnd bought a bottle of London's Spavin Cm o and ordered my teamster to uso us dliectod. In loss than ono week tho lump had U l"a tinea red. Thinking that n lliilmont that would do what Kendall's Spavin Curo has iloue for my horso might honotlt more. I tried it uau last resort. With gratitude and best wishes for your sua. cess, 1 11111 faithfully yours, Ji II . Gle.nn. SPAVIN CURE Kendall's On JIU3ZA1T Jbttth. ', ,. VKVAY.lNn., Aug. 12I11.188L Dit. n. J. KKNDAt.i. & Co. QeuU 1 Samplo of circulars recelveil to-day. Please send 1110 Komo with my Imprint, printed on 011 ono sido only. Tho Kendall's Spavin Cure is lu excellent demand with us, und not only for animals, but for liuuinn ullinonu also, Mr. Jos. Norls, ono of tho leading farmers in our county, sprained nuanklo badly, imd knowing tho, value of tho lomcdy for horses, triod it 011 himself, and It did tar bettor than ho hud oxpected. Cured tho sprain In very short order, Yours respectfully, O. O.TlIIBUAND. rnco ji por nottie, or 0 bottles for 5. All druggists havo it cr can g t It for you, or it will bo sent to any address on receipt of prlro by tho proprietors, Du, li. J. Kbnkaii. & Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. Send for illustrated circular. T80LD UY ALL DRUGGISTS."