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MOVDAV rVKNlNG, DKO. 10. 1883. robber & McCarthy, . .nil irJri;iiins To WlluM AlinilhM AM. COMMUNICATIONS NEW WOIIIH for AN Ul.l) mono. A Muysvllln until wiik walking slow ; Hah I, "Old until your pig must go;" " Well, II Iicjim I'll (an IiIh skin, Ami II lii'rfuM'f I'll breed hllil iig'lll." Hocl'nrdo kitchen! -I Old iiilkx, yimiixlolkscl'iirilekllchoti I Mnysvdle bleeder never tlio. -. A coi.n Christ iiun Is Vunnor's latest liiutliclimi. . J " " ' P)Oii huiuirutl u'ud blxVpupilBnltciMl the public xolio ilrt ut M AN'orchuHlr.1 is to ho formed at Kiploy, nml tlio art) that it will bo n gOOil 0110. M. William Hunt, ono of our business men, is a for Collector nnd Treasurer of, tin city. s , , m , Tin: ciiso of Hruuiul Ac. aniiist the Commonwealth Ac, from this county, has been nlllrmoil by tho Court of Ajh poals. Tiik outlook 1h that Mr. Dan Perrino will bo nominiiti'tl for Shorill' by tla Deinocnu.s at tlio Loiveiitlon this after- noon without op)Mityn.J & I Tiiuitn will bo mi oyster supper and lnneo at Amazon Hall, on tho evenirg of tho 21th iiiHt. nilinission jiriie will bo $,L50, and only ! ' will ho sold. . ; Tin: Arm of Simomla A, McMuriry, proprietors of tho Central Hotel, has been dissolved by tho withdrawal of Mr. McMurtry. Tho business will' bo uod by Mr. George Simonds. Tun Irontonian says: Prof. Greone tho man who was t.iken for n tramp in this city last week, left for Mnysville, Ky., last Wednesday evenitnr. Ho sayB ho will try to lecture in that city. r Tin: brick works of J. M. Hlair & Son, near New Richmond, wore destroyed by II ro on Frid.iy. With tho exception of Mnysvillo they were tho most extensive and important brick yards in tho west. m Tin: annual inuethur of tho Farmers' Homo Mutual AM Association ot this county, for tho election of oflicers will ho held at tho council chamber in this city, on Monday, January 14, 1884, at ono o'clock, p. m: " An old sow 'on' Saturday, stole tvshnck door-mat from in front of V. A. P. grocery store, and carried it across to the other side of becond street. 'ltil. had not been driven nwny it would probably have eaten it.' -- .Masonic. Stated meeting of Mnysvillo Chapter o. 0 at seven o'clock. Work in tho M, M. decree n'nil other important business to bo transacted. A full attend ance is desired. L. Roskii, II. P. Jas. II. Sai.i.eu, Secretary. i - Tiik marriage of Mr. John Franklin Means to Miss Anna Miller will bo solemnized at tho Third street M. K Church, by Itov. A. Borcing, the pastor, ut six o'clock this evening. After tl e ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Menniwill leave for Aurora, III. Thoy.havo the got d wishes of their majiy friends iiutliU city. Mit. S. Simon's establishment on Market street is a veritable holiday Ho has a large stock of china, glass, bisijnu (Inures, house furnishing goods and toys at sniprisinglyjow prices. Ho has set in to in iko'nscntiatioirduring tho holidays and is admirably. Head his advertisement and then, give him a call. Tiik following htu lisi'of election : I First Vun!,'0aj Iciii'm II Urldgcii, Ueorge Atlcinstiii, untl C. W. Alcf hfiiauau. Second Ward. Washington IlllllalJuillo Ruins, Junius KunUliis and WHHiuirAilum Mill. Third Waul, Altmoyor's shop TIioiiuih James, Lollo sViiithlngion and W. P. Coons, Fourth Wind, Hllckloj's shn Jolm Lu Urntit, John .Mmiiu ami A.O, Resposs. Flllh Wind, Howling, W. II, Wulllnglnld and (Jcoige Cinwoll. ",r3W Do not Jiu deceived tion that Urn hoglrf useful in'Maysvilfo ns tt scavenger, for tho boast is nota scavenger at all, hut, on tho contrary, is a dis tributorof lllth, Suppose u rotten cabbage is thrown Into thostreoj'and is consumed by a bo.', what becomes of it? If you will go around tho corner totlio. next streot nail uu JioucAJator you will (1 nd out. .. Tiik following seusiblo advice is given by tho Ashland, Express; Ono of tho. best ways to biijhl, ourjcity is to.sppnd, our money at hom'o.'llJyou want thing ft oin your merchant which ho has not got, have him to order it for you. Thousands of dollars aroint, away (rorn tho city that miglil to bbspdnt right hero. Every dollar that you spend hero is practically that much laid out toward up your town.- U liiutters.'not what tho business may ho, if it offers you just as good inducements to lay out your money at homo as yon nro offered It isyotirduty to patronize your your own citizens. Wo nro all dependent bolngs ami we should try to ho a mutunl help to ono another, Keep your dollars at home, Priicordlnps or the Dcmncrntlc Precinct No. 2. In obedience to the call of tho Executive 0 inimittce, tho Democrats of Precinct No. '-' assembled at their usual plnqo of meeting last Saturday. Tho meeting was harmonious from beginning to end. Hon. G. Si YV'ull. member of tho Committee;, called tho house to order at tho appointed time, and stated tho object of the meeting. On motion of Hon. Emory Whitnkcr, Samuel Perrino was unanimously elected permanent chairman. Oil motion of lw. G. Vull, M..F. Mitralf vtns elected Secretary,? The cliairman was authorized to select six delegates to represent tho prcciuct.in the Oontity'ConvfenTiSWWlfo iielilT. The following Keptleiiieu woru nameil as delegates' ' lloit. Emery Wliftaker, lion. Garrett S., WidjM.. F., Marsh, A. .1 Hi it tun, Willliitn. James On motion tho delegates were instructed to uxo all honorablo means to secure the nomination of Daniel Perrino forsherifl'of Mason county. On motion the meeting adjourned fine We.. .SasiuuiPuhhini:; Chairinan. M. F. Maiisii, Secretary". PhKhOit,!.. Mrs. John I). Tash, of Camden, N. J., has arrived to spctul tholiolhluy, with her relatives in Mayavillo. Itev. A.J. Miller, a iirominent, minis- terof tho, Baptist Church, died, at Hen derson, KyJ.MJii FjW.iy. k ; " MrsKeuben Iouflasfof Ravenswood, W. Va., is visiting lier daughter, Mrs. C. F. Kneereani, of thiact v. J- 'a', .-k...-- Mr. ThroekniortoinForn nati, is in tho city on a short visit toHho family of Judge Stanton. . .. .-.. Miss Lizzio. Hutsoll, of Millersburg, is tlio guest' "of tlToafflify'of ..Mr. J. J. Shackleford, 6f4EasHlaysville CUU.M'l l'OlMft. wahhoton. Hoi; klllltiK Iiuh coniiuuiiccd, mid everybody is Kt'lllliK int. Itev. K. S. Tuylor nml wile, or Ml. Villi. Ky., Is with IiIh inoiliur, .lrs. K. Taylor, Tor a few weeks. Mr. Lntayctlo Mai toy, of Northampton, Slavs., Is visltliiL' Miss Mary MuihIiiiII. Mi.H. K. KrlNloo and duuulitur, Kutle, visited Ml. rtlerllnn IttMl week. Misses AiikIo and Lulu Milclicll, of are visiting Mrs. JhiiichUuuU, Miss Mary HaUKhoy, of Kern Leaf, fonl lnsi. week with tho KhDdeH. Air. J. II' Dejaruatt, or furls, Is the guest or Mr. I'.obt. Adult's luinlly. Mr. John Ilyuu Is bulldlm; nunddlllnn to his house, whle.li will bu quite ho linpiove inent when tlulblied. There was a uiasminrnde parly at tho residence of Mr. James Uanlt lust Tuesday niyht, which was one or the most unjoyablu allalrs that Imse.cinrexl near our qulel vtllngelor oino limu past. A large crowd and excellent supper. . , , . MIks Tlllle ItmiHon, of MaysvlllP, Is the Kuest Of Ml8 Miry Wuid. ,,. , Mr. O II Lurley has nildisl a now counter to his well tilled store ruoiu, which Isipiltu an uddlllon WAS sit Suicide Cliiclunatf Post. ? Yesleidayinoriiing nbout 7:!10, as uiboy named Wm.tSinith was passing along the river front, ho eamo across n plush cloak and tiirlmn hit ndarthe water's edge, at tho foot of Smith streot, whero it liad evidently bepn lofttby "ono more unfortunate," wliQ last night probably took the plunco in the cold water of tho Ohio. Tho" cloak was taken to tho third whereon being searched, the following lovo missive was found. It was evidently written by one by whom tho oor creature had been wronged, as tlio tone would imply: November 23. Dkau AlI.IE : I tliniiKht I would write you u nolo (o nee If you would answer It or nol. Hut you will, I know, and I know Hint you will let tliti put l the past, and fond vo me 'or IreulliiK jou thu wuy I did. I could not help H at I lie lime. Hut, love, I know tho time will coum when. I and you will happy. Of, nmri nope inui coon mo. wine win come Allle, ou uro'fni my mind all the time, duy and iilwht. Now . ifeiiNo, Aiiitvcnn I' come and see you boon? Now, Alllo us yci lovinu', I must confess I do. You know It, and If the lovo can be returned nleasn let mo hear from this note. And, Allle, I heard that you wont to Maysvlllo. 1ml you K to see. Ilan rock? or what did ho say about me? Well, l will close lor this limu uy sayini; l am ynui fl.....l till .l..lli. J, K. MoUoNAl.U. irPI.A n.i tti.iA uilliin lit. ii ,inM lin.ul luq iii'ID nun niiiiuii ill i wiiifi iiiiiiii, with bluo pencil, on a sheet torn from a small pocket account-book, and many of tho words wore misspelled. Tho mystery surrounding tho affair In creat, ns no ono in the vicinity remembers seeing n the cloak iind.'bat. -Who' McDonald Is launknown, but'tiino inrty clear up tho.inystoryand may not. t Wo have ascertained that die woman referred to above lived ftt'Cincinimtr, and was not a resilient of Mnysvillo as rumor had It. Nothing is, known of her hero beyond tho fact that her name, was "Allle." -?' -Tho Indiannnolis No wa. asks: SWIll soma pldltjHophor, 6"x Stjitibticraif orpJiyTi. loiogisi, explain wuy u is 4.0,11 men of llio war of 1812 survive, whilo thero are 21,30 widows of eoldiors of that war surviving'" In the year 18110-7 I lived in the swamps of Mississippi, Kentucky Lako Washington: Tho Johnsons, Flournoys, Millers and SmUhs were tho chief ;fnrmors. Hiitl'great nnrTrtjimmi nml hnnlnra. arpalnst loss was in nogs, uenevim; 11 10 uo lor tho want of dog-fennel, Thoy had tho bunks of Lake Washington sowed with fennel seed. Still tho dogs died, except tlio.lnnro number tlio. alluralora itrotV which' Was very trylrjn on tlibpjkUorfcti qf tlje BporWinjjn .CnptUiniHeury John--son said, ''Men and dogs till dlo hero in tho swamps; and women and cats nro never sick. Every otjier farm,boloiigs to a widow, nnd' 'thoywJllJ soon ownltliom all.'1 'A'ilrt tht'Be wera'TJo'liHiSra' of tho war of 1812 A. II. W. Mnysvillo, Ky., Dec. 8, 18811. 'When Horace visited Utah, tho s. hits told him that there wero more eirls than boys in Mormnndom. which thoy niyued was a.Blup of God's nppravul Qf polygiliy. 'rijo, lat's; jitiitiHtivs, how ever, snow mat 01 the, ulrtlis lu tho chutclj durln).' JIiq lost slxinpntha" J.20O weru imiiu uiiu i,ivu luimiiu. iiiuteuvur, tho last caucus shows tliut there were then In tho Territory males under ten years and 23,70X2 females. MlA TrTllll. Huudny Morning Call. Tlioro is no bettor proof ofrl llttlo mind and a snobbish spirit than to speak ill of your own nlsco. Wo never near of talk, however, since tho Mnysvillo " boom," Tub steamer Bumsido, formerly G. W. Thompson, which is to ply from Cincinnati to points up tho Cumberland river, is to bo commanded Capt. J. 0. Agnow. CITY IT33TVTS. Advertisements lnxcrloU under this heading lUo par line lor each Insertion. Try Lnngdon's City Butter Crackers. -, Children's cloaks and cloakinga at Hunt it Doyle's. ' All wool, red undershirts at $1.25 nt Nesbltt A, M!cK roll's. Ilussiau circulars and dolmans cheap at Nesbitt A McKroll's. GotoKgnow & Allen for the tho best lot of tin toys in town. Good, bed commits from 8oc. to $2.25 at Ni'sliftfonil McKrell's. Eg'new & Alien have llio nicest lot of toilet sets and coal vases in Mnysvillo. Ninety-eight different styles of new neckwear open to-day at Hunt it Doyle's. ii . Buy your cloak from Hunt A Doyle, they know how to fit you perfectly. Fivo hundred dolmans, jackets nnd cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's to-day. Four-year-old Kentucky whisky, $2.7f por gailonj.at Filzgerald's, on east Third streot. - -- Bring on tho babies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kuckley at M. A K.'s book store. . o20dtf - Nesbitt ct.JSIcKroll are -making leaders this season, of ladies' nnd Men's underwear, blankets, etc. Poets from, 75 conts to $". Family bi bles now nnd cheap, nt Morrison A Kack ley's. nl7dlm Cloaks. Tho largest lino and tho lowest prices in Mavsvillo at Nesbitt A McKroll's. Poe's Riven, illustrated by Doro, $0, list price $10. For sale by M. A K. nl7dlm Goto Egno Wife Allen for tho best and cheapest rooking stoves in Kentucky-over llfty difierent varieties kept in stock. Bisque goods nnd ideals, new for Maysvill.e,.cau be peon in our show windows Morrison A Kackley's Book Store. nl7dlm Hciluctinii. From ' tbU date Favorito oysters will bo reduced to 25 conts a can. nlGtf John Wiii:i:i.kk. A lauok lot of men's flno shoes in late styles, which I will oiler for tho next thirty days at below cost. Call and see them, dlhllw. F. B. Hanson. I Books In Sets. Rulwcr, Dickons, Geo Elliott, Gibbons' Rome, Chambers, Hans Anderson, and numerous juveniles in sets, for salo by Morrison A Kackley. 171 md How often do wo hear of tho sudden fatal termination of a caso of croup, when a young life might liavo been saved by tho prompt uso of Ayor's Cherry Pectoral I Bo, wise in tlmo and koep a bottlo of it on hand, -ready for, instant uso. Wills' World Worm Candy is tlio best In tho world. It Is to nil appearances ordinary candy arid children take it readily. It contains no injurious ingredients and physicians prescribe it. Fpr s.ilo by nil druggists. , Queen Titaniu'8 Tairy Tales, iquarto, handsomo illuminated cover. 314 pages, 100 lllustrntrntions. Fairy tales of nil nces and Nations. Prlco $1. Rooks for childred in great variety cent up. I Inrry Taylor, No. 23tMarket street. 1 1 Purgo out tho lurking distemper that undermines health, and tho constitutional vigor will return. Thoso who suffer from un enfeebled nnd disordered state of tlio system, should tako Ayor's .Sarsaparilla to cleanse tho blood and Btoro vitality. -M .-. New Rooks. Mark Twain's "Life 011 tho Mississippi," "Tom 8awyer,'f "Innocents Abroad," Will Carleton's " Farm Ballads,"" Farm Iegends," ' Farm Festivals." For salo by M. A K. nl7dlm m 1 m m Accident Insurance. Wliat I a ,$3,000 Insuranco policy for 25 cchtB day! Readqr, that's Just what it costs to carry a $3,000 accident Insurt nuco ticket for ono day. It guarantees $15 weekly indemnity in caso of disabil ity from accidental causes. Tho Travelers' is tho oldest nnd strongest company in tho world. Tickets issued for any number of days. It M. F. Maiisii, Ag't. Nothing Liko It. No medicine has over been known so effectual In tho cure of nil thoso diseases arising from an impure condition of tho lujoo'd. is ScoylU's Sarsaparilla, or blood and liver Bvrup, for the euro of scrofula, white swellings, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, eruptions, venereal sores nnd diBcasfs,.coiintini)tlou,uroitro, bolls, can- cpr4,arid'flll kindred diseases." No better means of securing n beautiful, complexion can bo obtained thail by using Blood and Llvpr Syrup, which cleanses" tho blood and gives beauty to the uklu. KKTA1I. MAIIKKT. Corrected dally y It. 11. Lovkt,, Rrncer and pr(Mli)2u dealer, Noi.COand iV, Market street, MayHvlllo, Ky. nnocEiUKS. UofTeetti ....,. I 15fa'0 Molasses, old crop, IbKal , (XI MolnsKes, fancy, new Y Kal 74 Molasses, soilium, fancy, tl al U) Hugar, yellow m s Huar, extra U., in lb 0 Sugar A. w m... njrtjiu Hnuar, Rruuulatod V lb - luojloli Huiiar, iiowdcied, por lb II HiiRar, Now OrloauH, V tb.. 7k9 Teas, Ib -10(31 to Uoal Oil, head light W gal aj rnovisioNs ano countiiv pitonucB. . Applet, per pcclc .'. lij(tl() llacou, breaklust W lb 12'A Macon, clear sides, per lb 10 Uiicon, HuniH.V H Uacon, Hlioulders, per lb H,'ul) Ueans Val.... .. . 4 6 Huttr3ib aotsjiK Uhlckenr, each lSra.lU Apples, drietl. perm ni 1'eaohes, dried, pur lb bi KKm.VdoE 25 Flour, LliuoHtoiie, per barrels 7 00 Plour, Old. Gold, por barrel 7 on Klotir, Mnysvillo Fancy, per barrel.... a 'i Klour, Mason County per barrel t'ib Klonr, Kentucky Family, per barrel.. (I DC Flour MnKtiolla Family, per barrel .r 7 ' Honey, per lb ISg'JI lloiiiluy, V Kallou 'JU MeulVpock so Hlioulders Oft 11) ljrd,1Ub I2V4 Unions, per peck IMyllO Potatoes V HPk, ... 15 TurkeyH, dressed, per lb ln(J12; MAY8VIM.K COAl. MAIIKKT. Anthrnrlto at Klovitors, per ton (S.25, de llv. red.J3.ae. YoiiKhlouheny nt Klovalors, per bushel He lU'llverf d ibc. Kanawha at Kluvatoiv, per bushel lie. dell vis 1 12c, I'omory nt Klevalors, per bushel Uc. lUc. A n xo v t!i:.ui:.T. I'ur Mierlir. Wo are aullioilr.isl to annouiico that DAN 1'KIUIINK Is a cdiididate for tlio olllcu 01 Hheilllol Mason county, ill the AHust ulee. tlon, 1KM, HUhJerl to the itelloii or the Democratic paity. l'or Mayor. Wo are authorized to announce that M. F. MAIIHI1 Is a candidate tor tlioolllce or Mayor ol tho city ot .Mnysvillo at the January election, iKM. Wo 1110 authorized to announce that JANUAItY Is n candidate ror as Mayor ol Maysvllle, at llio onsiiliiK January election. For Clly !lerU. Wo are authorized lo announce that IjANOIIOItNU M. TMIII Is a candidate foi theolllceol Clly Clerk at tho eiisiiln January election. We nro authorized to announce t lint HAItltYTAYLOH Ik a candidate ror re-election as City Clerk at the eiisulim January election. For t'lty Wo nro authorized lo announce that Mr. W. I). HIXSON Is a candldiito tor City Assessor in the ensuliiK January election. We nro authorized to announce that Mr. JOHN W. CAUTMKliL. Is a rniulldato loi city Assessor, at the ensuing Januury Wo nro authorized to annouiico that Mr. CIIAHI.IIS II. WAI. Isiicuiidldato lor City Assessor, at llio ensuing January election, For 'ollector ami Troasurcr. Weare aulhorled lo announce that HUNT Is a candidate for Collector and ot Maysvllle, at the ensuing January election. Woareiuithorlzrsl to ittinnuucQ that K. K. l'KAHCK Is 11 niudldalo for reeh'clloii us Collector and Treasurer of Miiysvllle nt tho ensnlni; January elecilou. For Comu'lliuitii. Wo nro authorlzisl to announce Mr. J. M. STOCKTON, as a candidate lor ro elecilou ns councilman liom thuHtcoml Ward. Wo ate authorized lo announce that W. A. P. LUKTY Is n ciiuillilatu tor Councilman lu the first ward at thu next Januury election. Mil, HOIIKHT FIIOST takes this method or niinounclin; to the voters ol tho Flint Ward In tho clly or Maysvllle, thai ho will boa candidate lor re elecilou as Councilman ot said Ward at, the ensuing January election, IbSI. At the solicitation of many fi lends I mynolf H8 a candidate for re-election Mr Councilman, ut the next olecllou. I). llKelIINOF.lt. Wo nro authorized to announce that Mr IHAAU M. I.ANK Is a candidate lor Councilman In the Fourth Ward, at tho next Janua ry election. Wo are authorized to announce that JOHN W. AhKXANDKH In 11 candidate lor to thu council liom tho Fourth Ward, ut thu ensuing January election. Foe Wliitrrmnnlrr. Wo nro authorized to announce that FICKLIN, JK., Is a candidate lor as Wharfiuaster, nt the next January election. For Wood and Coal Inspector, Wo nronuthoilzed Jo annouiico that 1. l'AHICKll U a candlduto lor WoimI and Coal Inspector, nt the ensiilut; January election. For SI 11 rutin I. Wonroauthuilzod to.nunounco Mr. W. W WATKIN8 us a cinidldntu for Murshnl nt tho ouhuIuk January election, 1S8I. Wo nru authorlzeil to lumoiitico JaMES IIAH8ON, Hr., as 11 candlduto ror city inatuhal at the January election. Not ouo cent lor oleclloucorliiK purposes. Wo aro authorized to annouiico that W. II. DAWHON Is a candidate for the oinco ot City Marshal, nt tho ensului; January election, Ho solicits tho support ol his (rleudn. Wo aro authorized to annouiico that J AME8 HKUMON1) Is a candidate for ro election us Murshnl or Maysvllle at the ensulin' January election. Tho support ol Ills friends Is solicited. Mil. ItOIIEUT W. nitOWNINO nimounces that ho Is n o mdldnto lor City Murshnl nt the oiiMilmf January elecilou, on the tlrxt Monday lu Jnnuury, lbSL Your support Is uwi. .' .. WANTED. you wish nnyhnlr Jowolry mude call on HEKMaNN LANOE. Ho will havu It mudo lor you lu Htvloundut tho lowcut tluure. . 11 buy a small rami. UooU land. Will Irodo a ijood pleco of real ostntoln Mnysvlllloasjiart payment. . d5dUW U. NV. IlLA'hfeltMAN,Jlt. responsiuie par-VV ly to rout my lesldonro on tho KlomliiK Dike-either tho whole or a portion of tho house. H11111II family preferred. Apply to Mrs. H. M. Ullmoie, or to Uordon Ollmoro at the Ilatoniau House, Front street; n"'" ANTED A koikI pnnvassor for a w book. Uood cominlsslong. elusive territory. Wiiiuwuns, oiouii UulU tin olllco. thousuiiU live turkeys VYirBniI 60,000 doam fresh euits. Highest iniirketprlco paid. H. R. NORTHCOrr & CO., Button street, Mnysvillo, Ky. FOR SALE. HALE Tho Into residence ol Ohurles 1 IMilstor, on Third street, ndlolnliiK the new Jail. RulldliiK to bo removed, ir not sold at once llio butldlnt will bo tnin down nnd tnutorlal oirored for sale. d8l!t J. W. HINKLEY. for wruiw : pint paper. Apnly ut ihlsolllco. HALE A suisll two-story franni cot-1 IOR on Second stieet. Terms reasonable. nO M. F. M ARHH, Hilton streot. HALE I'low na por culler, suitable for 1 nowspaper and Job otllco. Also n good can! cutter. Addross.THE IIULLKI'IN. 1181) "lOU HALl1) notes of now to-L baceo laud, with residence, orchard, etc., luonemlloof Maysvllle. A bamuln. ul7dlwlmow OARRKTTH.JVALL BALK Rasa biirnliia Htovo, good tw " now. Will b sold at 11 lmigaln. Apply to T. S, OURLEY. irtlillw LOST. On Hecond street East Maysvllle, LOST LexliiKton and Commerce, n Kld cameo breast pin. Howard paid If returned lothlsolllce. f OST-A hymn book, anyone 1111(11111! It u will bo rewarded by icavme 11 ni n;wtr J'HW OFFICE. New Advertisements. LuymE fits; t II I fMVIUni Uli IIIOHll Llt'M'i toPtni'um lof r irtiiiiti Ihfii ltrt i tin til iTiurn ahhi. I aihiII t Knrfl. lmfi inrt.ln ihrt (IInchho of HTH, KI'II.Kl'HV or rAl.l.tN(lHICKNKSriirtf.l,.tiMu.ly I nrriinl my tn rnr thn wort mttfit. Bchh other tiara ffnuMr nltnli no rrnwn fir imt now roceWlngticiire, 8ntlRt one f"f a trimtUH nml a Kroo llnttlo of my InUlllblo rctttpity illrn Kxprcn and Vm Oillra. ll cults jmi not hi n if fnr a trlrtl, nnl I will cure ymi, Dr. II O. HOOT, 111 Feurl St.. New York, FREE! FREE!! FREE!!! This Reason's new ilescrlptlve rntaloKUO nnu nice i.isinr lays, Drama, Farcos, Uulde Hooks, ncenery (paper), HDeaKcrc. ? Eilnoplan Dramas, tc ranieaux j.ikiiih. I'oIomhI Fire. "J 3 l'autonilme, llurutCork, oc m lieard, Ac Ac ?- Infiict.ovprythlnR for Amateur Theatricals, HAJIUKIi FItKNUH A :HON, !W, E. lllhHIieet, New York. CONSUMPTION. l have aikinIUvo remeilr forthaftb.ivedli.Moi bv It. n.e thon.sntl. of rime, or flie wortt kind and of long nnir l.mv 111 tint I will .mid TWO IIOTTI.KS V I1K.K, with H V l.t'AHI.K THKATIHK ell Oil. dll tu Kiiy (live Kxhrf.. sixl I O .(litre... UK. T A. MI.OCCM. Ill I'e.rl Pt., New 1 soniTlor our Holed Lilsl ADVKHTIHEItHI ol Local Newspapers. Oeo. I. Itowell it Co., 10, Hprttto street., N. V. KNABE PIANOS. II.7, Nccoiid Nlrool, Irliiynvllle, Ky. Xj. JF1. "TVtlDI'SBCr'ES'Cl., iVgt. PIANOS and ORGANS, :i7,Necoiid Ntroft, MnyNvlllc, Ky, JL.. JF, METZGKK, AKt. ri'lti: K.llHTAItl.F, life Assurance Society I of tho United Htatos, Issues nil foims of I'ollcles. All piollts lo policy holders exclusively. Alter the third year ordinary nml Tollcles nro non-for-reliable. After the third year all policies aro Indisputable. KOKA LYON, Managers, Louisville, Ky. JOS. F. HUODUICK, Anoiit, (HdAw Maysvllle, Ky. FRESH OYSTERS ! llest brands served lu any style, DAY on MUUTlll R.M.WILLETT'S Restaurant. My cstabllshinent has laloly been fitted up In handsome style, and supplied with over convenience. CooktiiK unexcelled. It. M. WILLE'rr, s30d3iu No. H. Market street, OF 1MIITNKKNIII1. riiHE nrm of Whlto A Ort, lumltuio dealers. J hus this duy been dissolved by mutual cousoiit. Charles 11. Whlto rctlrlinj. Tho bus-Iness will bo conducted nt tho old stand by Henry OrU Oil AH. II. WHITE, II F.N KY OUT. Maysvllle, Ky., Nov. 8, 188.1. All accounts duo and dobtM owed by tho old firm, will bo settled nt tlio ottlco, either member of Slid nrm helms authorized to receipt for same. Wllirfc.4 Olll. ulOdlmo 1SS ANNA FKA.AIt. M Nceoml Nlrcrt, NOVELTY STORE I ' Staple nml Fimey DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. A full lino or Millinery, Dress Ooods, Trim-minus, velvet, Cushiiiere, Lacos, Embroideries, velllngs.sliawls, RIIiIkiiis, Hiiiidkerchlels, Hklrts, Corsets, Neckweur, Underwear,1 Gloves, Hosiery, Comlts, lVrrimiery, Stationery, Zephyr Wools, Yarns, Hair and Fancy uoixis. TFHIEf4 VKBY LOW,t TIIK lI,AUK'ru OUT DUKAP BED-ROOM SUITS IS AT GEORGE O 111, Jr.' 'a, mch3ldty BUTTON HTREET. xkcutou's ham:. E I will sell at publlo miction 011 Monday, the 10th duy of Deoombor, IKS3, nt ! o'clock p. in., n lot of ground on tho southwest corner of Orant untl Wood streets In tho city of The lot front 33 feet on i.rant street mid runs back n doDtli of nss roci 10 ruin street. It has on It two framo dwelling houses. The salo will tako plnce on tho premises. Hce bills nud attend salo fur terms ,.drurt..orparllcul.nENuVHMITH( dfitSt Kxecutorof Mary Jnno Diydon. ft, R, GLASCOCK &. CO I Is thelbost plwe to uet bargains In DRY GOODS. OltltlKON A KACKI.r.Y, w Wholesalo and Hetnll BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Hecond Strtrt, (inhiHIy) MAYHV1LLK,KY. 1TINH HATriK CAKIt, S'coml street, January's liloek. Millinery Goods, Hats. Laces. Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles. Price Low. mcli3ldly A IIAItKI.KY, Nos. 67 and 69 Hecond nnd 18 Hutlon utreots. huve Just received n lurio stock of improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho Krcatesl Implement ever offered to farmers. The bct tobacco hoes nud lobneco barn hnrdwuro of nil kinds, uplld 'p F. KIFF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly nnd satisfactorily done. Teims reasonable. Front .street, between Market and Button apUOdly W.NPAUKN into., J. A'o. 21, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Hhadcs. Good Carpet ntSq.SS, 10, 45, 60, 00, 85, 70, 75. and 90 cU., $1.00 an I $1 .!S per yard. iuch3Idly k IIUNAN'N BOOT km SHOE STORE. Custom work n specialty. LarKe stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 17. Market streo ,two doors below I). A. Hlchurdsou & Co.'s Krocery. nldAwly MAYHVILLK, KY. yr havin, ' FUKMNIIINU (IOOI1S nml Hnls, Cnps. Trunki nnd Vnllses. The liitest rail styles J list rocelved. Market HI., nplfidly MAYHVILLK, KY. .mini: it a into, C.N Dealers Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1, Hecond, cor. Hlltton streets. inchUldly MAY8VILLE, KY. " MEAT STORE. KIItK has oponed n dally meat mar-. RC. on Market street, noxt door to It. U. Lovel's, nnd will kee.iall kinds ot Iresliiiieat at rca.onahlo prices and will deliver It in nuy partof the city. Call and seo mo. nUdBm U.C.KIHK. F SAI.K. iK.'Yr. Thirty Toiin Nwoct Clover liny Sev- illy Toiim I'rlnui Hoy. For prices address F. M. CA lilt, nl7 2tnwlwd Cnrr's, Lewis County, Ky, PIIK HA IiK. U.1NOX COUNTY FAIK9I. acres oftobneco land. Oood brick house of seven rooms, new tobacco barn, ond all other necessary out build-Inns. Within four miles of Maysvllle 011 the Lexington pine. For further particulars call on or address H. F. FHIHTOE, WasbiiiKtoii, Mason county, Ky. sld&wlw HERMANN LANCE -0 E m - CO CO m 2: -H u tn VAIIUnotlMiinil Worlt W.ItKATt:i. ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE. T UIOMAK JACKNON, Denier In- BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Sprint; Wiifioiis mill Harness. Iloposltory No. 18, Hiitton street, Maysvllle, Ky. Heudquai tors lor I)H.JACKKONrrt time-tried nud icllablo Horse Medicines. DR. J ACKHON'SllLACKOIL cures mange, cracked heel, warls, uieasy heol, nrlcktsl fool, oultter, sand cracks, corns etc. I'rlco 50 cents. DR. JACKSON'S ULIHTERINU OINTMENT is an excellent remedy tor enlargements, spnvln, ring-bone, capped hock, curb splint cramp or strain of the whirl bono. I'rlco CO cents. DR. JAi'KHON'S WHITE OIL cures lung rover, liiflutn'itlou ol tho kidneys and llsm lu man or horse. I'rlco 60 cents. DH..lArKHONSFOOT OIL Is nil ellectlve remedy tor chafes, sores or quin lu horses' feet nod mniiKe nnd lice lu cattle and horses. I'rlco 60 conts. iHent to uny uddress on receipt ol prlco. octlBdly THOMAHJACKHON, 830.000 FOR 82. Itciciilitr Jllotitlily Irnwliif will tako place lu the Masonic Hall, Sin- sonloTemplo Hulldlng, Louisville, Ky THURSDAY, Dec, 37, 1883. A Lawful I.ollory nml Fair IlruwIiiKH churlered by the Legislature of Ky. nud twlco declared legal by the highest court In the suite. Ilond given to Henry couuty lu tho sumnfSloo.OOOroi' tho prompt payment of ull prizes sold. A Ilevoliilloii In NIiikIo Number llriiivlnirN. WEvory ticket holder his own supervisor, can call out the number on his ticket nud seo the corresponding number on tho toft placed In tho wheel In htu presence. Theno drawings will occur on tho last Thursday of every month. Read tho muguiacent December NcIikiiia. 1 1'rlr.o 11,000 1 l'rlzo 10,000 1 1'rlr.o 6.0UU 2 I'rlr.es, J'.'.MO eucl .... 6,01)0 6 Prizes, l.coo each 6.000 9 Prizes, 300 eiioli, Approx'u I'rlzes.,., 2,700 0 Prizes, 'JOOoach, " 1,K00 0 Pilzes,lix) each, " " uno 20 Prizes, 600 each 10,000 100 Prizes. 100 eacl lO.OOO 200 Prlzoi, 60 each 10,000 600 Prizes, 20 eucli 10,100 1000 Prizes, 10 eacl 10,000 l7t7 Prizes, 1110,400 WlioloTlcUetn, 8'J, Huir Tickets, gl. U7 TIcketN, 8iO. HS Ttokot 8100. Remit money or hank drnft In letter, or send by oxpress. DONT HKND UY LlsTlTKU OH POBTOFKIOifl ORDER, until lurthor notice. Orders of 85 and upward by express, can bo sent nt our own expouso Address all orders to J, J, DOUULAH, HopUditwly Louisville, ley,