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VOLUME 1. MAYSVILLE, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1882. NUMBER 90.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
THURSDAY, MARCH 9th.
Mclntyre, Heath & Belmont's
Mammoth Southern Minstrels.
22 ARTISTS. 22
Mastodon Orchestra and Brass Band.
6 POPULAR END MEN. 6
AND DANCE ARTISTS. 8
McINTYRE and HEATH in their Specialties
and Sketches. LITTLE DAISY BELMONT, the
Child Wonder, in her Songs, Dances and Banjo
Dramatic Event of the Season.
One Night Only and Matinee.
WEDNESDAY, March 8th.
EXCURSION TRAINS on all RAILROADS.
Through special arrangements the Young and Talented Actress.
Miss JULIA A. HUNT,
Will appear in her new play by Sidney Rosenfleld, Esq., entitled
As played by her with unequuled success at the Chestnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, and
throughout the country. Supported by an entire new company of Metropolitan Artist.
MATINEE AT 2 P. Iff,
Pries 50 and "7 5 Cents. - Matinee 50.
SYDNEY ROSENFIELD, Manager. G. W. LEDERER, Bus. Manager.
JOSEPH F. BRODRICK
Fire, Life and Marine.
Bargains! Bargains! !
Fashionable ready-made clothing, in the lat
est styles and rubrics at
Unprecedented LOW Prices.
New stock just received direct from the manufacturers
consequently there will be no extra
commissions to be paid.
We will not bo under undersold. Our prices
ave the lowest and our Rood of the very best
ffaalljy. Give us a call and eavo money.
VICROY A LEE,
' SUfwd fit, adjoining Bulser, Petry Co.-
CHINA, GLASS and QUEENSWARE
at a small margin above COST. I have Just received
a large stock or new goods Irom New
York and Europe, which I propose to sell out
at a very small margin above cost.
KNIVES AND FORKS,
Clock and Silverware a ipeclaiiy.
O. A. McCAJVTHEY, China Depot,
N. Secoad Mtret, '
TENNYSON'S NEW POEM.
The following poem by Alfred Tennyson appeared
in Macmlllan'slast week. It Is entitled
" The Charge of the Heavy Brigade, Balaklava,
October 25, 1854." By Alfred Tennyson. The
three hundred of the Heavy Brigade, who made
this famous charge, wore the Scots Grays and
the Second Squadron of the Ennlskiliens, the
remnlnderof the Heavy Brigade subsequently
dashing up to i heir support. The Three were
Elliott. Scarlett's Aid-de-Camp, who had been
riding by his side, and the trumpeter, and
Shegog, the orderly, who had been close behind
Thecharceof the gallant Three Hundred, the
Down the hill, down the hill, thousands of
Thousands of horsemen drew to the valley
For Scarlett and Scarlett's Three H undred were
When the points of the Russian lances broke
in on the sky;
Then he called. " Left wheel into line!" and
they wheeled and obeyed;
Then he looked at the host that had halted, he
knew not why,
And he turned half round, and he bade his
" To the charge !" and lie rode on ahead, as he
waved his blade
To the gallant Three Hundred, whote glory
will never die.
"Follow and up the hill!"
Up the bill, up the hill, followed the Heavy
The trumpet, the gallop, the charge ami the
might of the fight!
Down the hill, slowly, thousands ol the Russians,
Drew to the valley, and halted at last on the
With a wing pushed out to the left, and a wing
to the right,
But Scarlett was far on ahead, and bedashed
Through the great gray slope of men;
And.he whirled his sabre, he hel I his own,
Like an Englishman there and then,
And the three that were nearest him followed
Wedged themselves in between horse and
Fought for their lives in the narrow gap they
Four amid thousands ; and up the hill, up the
Galloped . the gallait Three Hundred, the
Fell, like acannomsho.t
Burst, like a thunderbolt,
Crushed, like a hurricane,
Broke through the mass from below,,
Drove through the mist of the foe,
Plunged up and down, to and fro,
Rode flashing, blow upon blow,
Brave Ennlskiliens aud Grays,
Whirling their sabers in circles of light,
And some of us. all In amaze,
Who were held for a while from the fight,
And were only standing at gaze,
When the dark muffled Russians crowd
Folded its wings from the left and the right
And rolled them around like a cloud
Oh ! mad for the charge and the battle were we,
When ourown good from sight,
Like drops of blood in a dark-gray sea;
And we turned to each other, muttering all
' Lost are the gallant Three Hundred, the
But they rode likfi victors and lords.
Through the forests of lances and swords,
In the heaitof the Russians hordes
They rode, or they stood at bay;
Struck with the sword-hand and slew;
Down will) the bridle-hand drew
The foe from the saddle, and threw '
Under foot there In the fray;
Raged like a storm, or stood like a rock
In the wave of a stormy day;
Tlllsuddenly, shock upon shock.
Staggered the mass from without;
For our man galloped up with a cheer and n
And the Russians surged, and wavered, and
Up the hill, up the hill, up the hill, out of the
Over the biow and away,
Glory to each and and to all, and the charge
that they made !
Glory to all the Three Hundred, the Heavy
To keep machinery from rusting : Take,
one-half ounce of camphor; dissolve in
one pound of melted lard ; take off the
thesciim and mix inas much fine black
lead asMvill give it an iron color. Clean
the machinery and smear with the mixture.
After twenty-four hours rub clean
with a soft linen cloth. It will keep clean
for months under ordinary circumstances.
Oscar Wilde' lecture at. Milwaukee wan
Attended by lew than 3Q0 people.
The farmers have been plowing some during'
the fine weather.
Burning tobacco beds Is the order of the day.
The wheat in this section is very forward.
Some persons have been pasturing their
Moving time is here. We havequite a stir im
that line nc w.
D R Morgan has moved to near Morelleld,
John Case has moved into the house vacated
by Mr Morgan.
J D Woodward, of Kentontown, has moved
to the Georsje Case farm.
Miss Helen Orme was visiting her sister,
Mrs G C Case, last week.
Miss Malisa Glnn, of Rock Spring, is visiting
John Curtis' little girl was buried here Sunday
Rev J N Barbee preached at McKendrie
Chapel last Friday night,
Joel Woodward sold his crop of tobacco to
Jap Black at 12 cents all round.
The Two Lick Church is now without a pastor,
Rev L D Jackson having resigned.
That wedding will take place soon, probably
by the time this Item Is in print.
There are more persons with sore arms than
we ever knew at one time. Because why?
Preparations for a large crop of the "popular
weed" (tobacco) is being made. We hear of several
barns to be built this summor.
Joel Woodward's sale last Monday was well
attended. Everything sold well. He leaves
thi week for Fayette county where he lias
Our public school closed last Friday. There
was quite a spirited contest for the prizes
for the best spellers. Miss Mattle Woodward
and Ida Asbury won the laurels In the first
i class and Emma Woodward and Mattle As
bury in the second class. Homo.
A very pleasant social
event that has been looked forward to with
great interest, transpired at the residence of the
bride's father, on Jersey Ridge, March 2nd, 1882
The ceremony was performed .by Rev "W W
Hall in the presence of a large number of
lriends and relatives of the family. The bride
looked beautiful In her wedding robes. May
the groom be happy with his beautiful bride.
The attendants-Mr J L Chamberlain, Miss
Laura Kerr; Mr H J Strausbough and Miss
Ella Brltton.were becomingly attired. After
the ceremonies followed an elegant wedding
repast, which was enjoyed by all. They received
many useful and handsome presents:
The groom to the bride, large bible.
Miss Sallie Wlso, linefftable cloth.
.Miss Mollle Johnson, half dozen napkins.
Miss Lou Wise, half dozen towels.
Miss Katle'Nllen, pair of vases.
Miss Emma Brosee, a large lamp.
Mrs John Alexander, butterdish.
Tom Strausbough, pair of jolly glasses. .
Pressey Brosee, half dozen stem glasses
Mrs Sue Nicholson, pair of celery glasses.
John Strausbough, fruit stand.
George Strausbough, fi nit stand.
Frank Wise, table.
Mrs. Strausbough, pair of jelly glasses.
Jessie Kerr, pin cushion. ...
Miss Laura Strausbough, pickle dish.
Mis Wise, hall dozen silver spoons, .:
Will Campbell, cloth sack.
J L Chamberlain, box of writing paper.
Miss Laura Kerr, pjn cushion.
H J Strausbough, silver butter knife.
MIsb Ella Brltton, silver butter dish;
Joau Strausbough, bedstead, and half dozen
chairs. ' .
MIhs Mary L Kerr, large cake, Dody.
Elder Win Hall was in town last week.
Mrs Cooper has rented part of her home to
Mr Foul. i
Mr and Mrs Hlles rotnrned Saturday nl&hf
from a visit to Scott county '
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