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emigrants. Ask the agent at the above named
places for a time folder of" JJlue Grass Koule."
Hound trip tickets from Maysvllle and Lexington
to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates.
For rates on household goods and Western
tickets address CH AS. II. H AS LETT,
Gen'l Emigration Agt., Covington, Ky.
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the arrival of Trains on the K. C. H. R.:
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WE respectfully announce to the public that
we have opened a marble yard on Second
street, above Yancey & Alexander's stable, and
are prepared to furnish Monuments, Tomb
Stones, Freestone, Pavements, and building
work of all kinds, promptly on short uotice.
inarKMy COOK & CLARK.
GRANITE AND MARBLE.
J. A.. McCANN,
SAMUEL J. DAUGHERTY,
Second St,, Opposite Myall & Riley's,
SI AYSV1LLE, KY.
Freestone Pavements and all kinds of Building
Stone on hand. Having had an experience
of thirty-two years in the business, I offer my
services to the public, confident of rendering
BUTrER, Eggs, Cheese, Poultry, Wild Game,
Venison. Furs, Grain Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, Dried Fruits, &c, Send for price lists
and tags. J. E. PHILLIPS & CO..
nl04m 841 Greenwich Street, New York,
General Produce Commission Merchants.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
cflnzier. DQtier haneer. Ac. Second street,
jBlte porjc house. Will give prompt- attention
.to all57or Jn,.EaT.j&c, and. sgk bure
uie pnue. mimxz.
Miss Fenton Hughbanks is on the sick list.
Corn sells for $1 per bushel and is hard to get
at that price.
Miss Anna Mclntire has been quiet sick for
several days with pneumonia.
J M Turner, of this locality, was visiting
friends in the Orangeburg neighborhood last
There are several cases of pinkeye In this vicinity
in a mild form.
Howard Farrow has refused -100 for his
J SHiggins, of tilts viciuity, who has been
teaching a five months school near Johnson
Station is at home, his school being out.
There was a social gathering at Mrs 1$ II
Harn's Tuesday of last week, also at Wash
Taylor's Wednesday night.
Man led, Miss Jennie Mitchell, of Fleming
county, to Mr John Mattlngly, of this vicinity
Mrs Polly Browing, who is at the advanced
age of eighty-eight years, is quite ill at present
writing. May she soon recover.
John Strode is quite sick with pneumonia,
also Miss Mary Glass, with paralysis of the
Sanders Perkins and wife, of the Orangeburg
neighborhood, wasvisitlng the family of Wash
Rev J S Fitch. Presiding Elder, preached at
the M.E. Church, South, at MtOarmel Saturday
and Sunday, Dan.
Fine weather for seeding.
Tobacco beds are all the rage.
Elder Hurst and wife are boarding with W L
Calvert, one of our well-known farmers.
A successful meeting is in progress at Helena,
conducted by Elder Wright, of Vanceburg.
Robert M Harrison will soon be ranked
among the grand merchantsof Kentucky. May
he prove successful as he did in the schoolroom.
The late Mrs Mamie Worthington, of near
Germantown, visited her parents, Mr. Rice,
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Muttle Cord returned from a month's
visit at Germantown Saturday, and likes- the
place pretty well, In and around the postoflle
J D Dougherty and lady visisted Maysvllle
Prof R A Elliott, Carlisle, Ky is teaching a
select school here lately vacated by Prof. Harrison.
We regret the death of Mrs Mary Calvert,
which occurred last week ; funeral by Elder M
W Harkins, of Helena.
Born to the wife of L 0 Holland, our well-to-do
wagon-maker, a ten pound boy. Lewis
thinks there is nothing like him.
Henry King, of Helena, will occupy Mrs
Ann Lindsay's property. Mrs Lindsay and
daughter will board with Mr King.
Fanners have been quite busy preparing tobacco
btds during the past week.
A quarterly meeting will be held at the M. E.
Church in tills place on the 4th Sabbath in
Miss MattieKilgore of Maysllck, is visiting
Dr. Goult's lamlly. She will remain here and
Charles Walker is preparing a cage in which
lie expects to place rather a large bird.
Charles Biggors, R h Gault and Wrn Gault
attended county court at Flemingsburg on last
Miss Nannie Brooking, Miss Lizzie Wright
and Charles Brooking attended a school exhibition
on last Thursday evening at German-town.
On last Saturday, I L Wells, bought of Mr
Michael McTle, sixty acres of land at $25.50 per
acre. Mr. Wells' has since leased said land to
John Taylor, at. $200 per year,
M4ss Etna PrathorJeft Tuesday or a visit to
relatives and friends at Flemingsburg. She will
be, absent about two weeks, after which sho
Will return and beglu the spring term of school,
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VOLUME 1, MAYSVILLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, 1882. NUMBER 85.
Published every afternoon and
delivered in this city, the suburbs
and Aberdeen by our carriers,
at 6 CENTS a week.
It is welcomed in the households
of men of both political
parties, for the reason that it is
more of a newspaper than a political
Its wide circulation therefore
makes it a valuable vehicle for
business announcements, which
we jespectfully invite to our
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Liberal discount where advertisers
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Time table in effect March 31, 1881.
2:15 p. m.
;i:Uo p. in.
A'M p. m.
0:80 p. m.
Mrs. NelUu Burgess is visiting the family of
Dr. C S Savage.
Miss Flora Bacon is visiting Miss Sue W 0.1th
Miss Sullie Holton is the guest of Mrs. Anna
Miss Mamie Slack, " the Belle of Fern Leaf,"
was visiting her numerous ft lends of this place
the past week.
The entertainment given at Hillsdale- last
week, was a success financial and otherwise.
Julius Martin having sold his farm near this
place to James Breeze will shortly move
The protracted meeting in progress at this
place has been sustained by large and attentive
audiences. Elder Briney by his logical arguments,
convincing proofs and earnest zeal in
presenting the truths of the gospel has made a
lasting impression on the minds of his hearers.
WH Blair, of tlamestown, accompanied by
Miss Anna Kirkpatrick. of Ripley, paid Miss
Emma Blair, a Hying visit last Monday.
Win Hood has removed into his recently
purchased pioperty on Hardscrable.
The teachers with some invited guests took
dinner at the Toller Hotel, Monday.
W R Boggs has moved from our town to a
farm near Ripley, O.
John Barkley, of New Richmond, was visiting
his sister, Mrs Power, the fore part of the
Miss Mattie Parker, a very interesting young
lady who has been visiting her uncle, Captain
J C Power, for some time, returned to her
home in Indianapolis, on Monday.
Case Bradford, George Barkley, and Samuel
True are in Cincinnati on business.
Rey. Mr. Sanders of Maysville preached in
theM E Church. Monday night.
John JSnis moved to Cabin Creek, Ky, on his
i farm, yesterday.
Captain Wm Riggs moved Into his house recently
purchased from John Enis.
Philip Rentier has moved into Mrs Collins'
house on Third street.
William Kohl has moved into the Yago property.
Mrs Hamer moved into Mrs Arthur Power's
Onions have made their first appearance in
In our report of the school exercises Monday
In speaking of the numbers that deserved
special notice. No. 30 should have been 50 and
and No. (1!) should have been 91.
Items from tins " State of
Our little village was highly entertained
Fridav evening, the 24th inst., with an
exhibition given by Miss Bettie Tristler's
school. The programme embraced dialogues,
essays, pantomimes, duets, parlor
and minstrel acting, which reflected credit
upon the teacher in bringing out the talent
and genius of our children.
The damage done to the river banks and
the personal losses to the riparian dwellers,
by the continuous high tides, is beyond
the writer's estimate. Itis time national and
state aid should be brought to the rescue.
Every owner of river bank estate should
be required to protect his own premises
under the direction of state authority.
This, with national support, would tend to
make the Ohio Valley a desirable dwelling
place and the water course the most beautiful
place on the face of the earth. X.
During the last five years Kentucky and
Ohio tobacco has outranked that of Virginia
; the crop of the latter State is now
however, restored to its former importance
in point of quality.
Hundreds of people of Gallatin county,
Jll., have been driven from their homes, by
flood. The Governor of the State hasent
tbem,a. bunded" tenta.