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pAlJIi D. ANDERSON,
Jfo. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. , . MA.Y8VILLE, AT.
;' jm tylS.lyd.'jL j
T. J, CURLEY,
Plumber' Gas and Sleam.Fitter
dealer in Bath Tubs, Hydrant Pumps, Iron
andX.ead Pipe, Glbbe, Ancle arid Check Valves,
Rubber Hose and Sewer Pipe. All work warranted
and done when promised. Hecondstreet,
opposite White foOrt'g. ap3
THE LATEST SENSATION.
4000 Yards.Lawn. chojoe styles and Jast colors
at 5 cents per yard. '500 yards-India Linen
at 10 cents per yard. 240 pairs regular made
men's half .hose at. JO. cents per 'pair. Other
KtfCKls'proportioriateiy low." i
' BURGESS A NOLIN.
July 6, 1882.
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dress " !
GEO. H. HEISER.
M. W. COULTER has reopened the
MRS. HOUSE and is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished to
transient customers at any hour during: the
G. W. GEISEL,
No. 9, W. Second St., Opp. Opera lffonsc,
Fruits and Vegetables in season. Your patronage
respectful ly solicited. JHdly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITA ju, 94, 500,000.
W. ROGERS, agent, office at Wheatly
GEO. Cot's, Market-SU below Second. J130m)
iManufaeturer&I ljaYentot of .
x rt uss e s .
Made Double or Sinf 1- (or men or beys. Ad-
l. Jtoii Bern
A Highly Finished Girl.
A day or two ago a Brooklyn girl returned
home from a male and female
boarding school with her degree of A. B.,
and plumped down at the dinner table to
renew her acquaintance with her family.
"I say, dad, you bet I'm glad to get
through book banging for keeps! I just
hold a full hand of literature, now tou listen
! Jerk the grease, will you ?"
The old man passed her the butter and
went quietly on with his meal.
"It's my innings for society, now dad,"
she continued, "and you've got to pile up
the shekels for the shucks! This watermelon
vine is coming forth in lisle thread,
and don't let it slip your forgetfulness.
There is going to be a considerable bang-ness
on the top row of hooks this season,
and the late lamented is to locate thereabouts.
What's the new thing in gum-chewers'
row, anyhow ?"
The father contemplated her for a moment
in silence, and then told her who
had moved into the neighborhood during
"Do they hook up behind or are they
frogged in front?" she demanded.
Thev were about her age, he responded.
"Anything new around at the hallelujah
dispensary ? Got the same lung starter
in the gig blinkers to do the tooth
Yes, the same minister was there, and
everything was progressing about as usual.
"What's become of the silk umbrella,
who used to wiggle around here on the
marry and settle down deal? Has he
flumed or does he still rattle?"
Her old lover had heard she was coming
home, and would probably call in the
evening, the old man thought."
"No good; he cases now. I've got another
buckle, who'll down him the first
flip out of the box ! He's just a T cart for
vegetables, and when he sprawls in here,
the rest of these clay pipes have got to
settle, now.. You hear me shout language!
What's become of the ice cream freezer
that used to set him out?"
That one had gone to 'Frisco. Wouldn't
be back till fall.
"Prime calico ! He always was scant in
the skirt! I told ?ou how he and I coppered
the festival to lose, and he broke on
the first hand of strawberries. Never
played him again. Say, dad, can't you
open a little game to-night.
"Wh.it kind of tf game do you want, mv
"I want to buck you for a couple of hundred
and a half. Got to flag out a little
now, because my blankets are getting dim.
Then he arose solemnly and took her by
the elbow and led herinto the garret.
And there were sounds of a highly finished
young lady receiving an extra polish
which was warranted not to wear oft for a
day or two at the least. But she had established
one thing in the old man's mind,
and that was the doubtful utility of mingling
the sexes at scholastic retreats.
The Spirit of Hamilton Abroad.
Jefferson is dead, but our Federalist Republican
friends insist that Hamilton is
alive. Bounties, subsidies, monopolies,
corporations drawing out tho life blood of
individual industry, taxation arranged to
transfer the earnings of the mass of
to the pockets of the rich, through
the operations of a centralized government
this system of Hamilton is their system!
Hamilton can never be considered dead
while the .ring-master, the spoilsman, the
monopolist and the corruptionist is politically
Tax fashion of giving balls at public
places has it advantages, but it ought
to make one careful. At the Kensington
Vestry Hall, lately, ft young aarid j
a gentleman who was standing
ner the doorway : "I think I haremet
you. belprt, MTeral " Rob-ably,
," h replied ; f 'I'm QunNr's
Vfta nraiisr.M LonAon. Truth.
b. m. vn ,4 f
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HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAT."
VOLUME 1. MAYSVILLE, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1882. NUMBER 231.
K. W k M fl!C -' pir
We will offer for the next THIRTY DAYS, our enttlre Stock of
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, &c,
Below Cost, to close out and make room for Onr FA.LL and WINTER GOODS. Call early
and secure your BARGAINS and be convinced that yon can buy more Goods for a little
money at the 33Io33.txi.o3s.3r Clotltixis House than at any
UU1CI JiUUCS iU IMC OlillU,
second Strpef, Mnysville, Ky,
ON nccount of my continued 111 nealth, 1
have concluded, as feoon as practicable, to
retire from the dry yoods trade, 1 now offer my
entire Btock lor sale to any merchant wishing
to engage in the business, and will rrom the
ist day of July sell my Rood FOR CASH, until
disposed-of, which will enable me to offer to
the retail'tradesome special bargains.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
me will please call and settle at once, as I am
anxious to square my books. Respectlully,
aplljdly H. G. HMOOT. i
J. O. PECOR St CO., J
A Jresh supply just received.
INTO OXilD JSDESIESX?,
All this year's purchase. Call and get a catalogue.
Every style and pattern, as cheap as the cheapest.
Give us a call and examine our stock.
ap211y J. C. PECOR & CO.
Fa Si 1ME jTEXlSj
Groceries, Hats and Caps
Boots and Shoes, (ineensware and Hardware.
Highest cash price paid lor Grain and Country
Produce. Jyl5d Mt. OLIVET
J. R. SOUSLEY,
Architect, Contractor and Builder,
ESTIMATES furnished and uJl work
I ranted. Shop on Fourth Street between
Market and Llmesione.
VICROY & LEE,
Headquarters for all kinds of Confectionery
Fruits, Canned Goods, etc.
Fresh Stock- and Low Prices.
Come and see me ifjou want to save money.
JENNIE DACRES, assisted by her
daughter, Miss Maude Dacres, will open
a select school at the rooms on Sutton street
below Second, the first week in September.
F. L. TRAYSER,
Front St., 4 floors nest of Hill llonse
Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also the
best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers'
prices; Tuning and Repairing. nl.7
TEAS ! ! TEAS ! !
a full supply ol the best
DER the' market: Give mefn trial
The work of preparing the skeleton of
the assassin Guiteau will probably be
completed, and tne object placed on exhibition
in the army Medical Museum, by
the 1st of next month. This delay has
been ca,used by the fact that but one person
could be trusted to perform the duty,
as the demand for ghostly souvenirs bf
the assassin tempted the other workmen
to make away Willi every portion that
they could lay their hands on. One of
the ears and numerous muscles of the
body were placed in oil and taken off during
the first two or three dayb that the
cadaver was exposed in the museum, and
the coffin in which the body was brought
up from the jail has been completely demolished
and carried off. It turns out
that Dr. Hicks, the assassin's spiritual adviser,
was present when the grave in the
jail was opened the night of the 3rd of
July, and that he assisted to a certain extent
in the work. The box in which the
coffin was encased was leplaced in the
grave, and earth piled and pounded down
upon it to ward off suspicion that its contents
had been tampered with. The anatomist
of the Medical Museum, Dr. E. F.
Schafhirt, superintended the removal by
two trusty white laborers, while Warden
Crocker and his deputy, Captain Russ,
stood by with lanterns" to expedite the
job. The stories about the remains having
been exposed upon the roof of the
museum, are denied by the officials in
charge, and your correspondent was
to-day shown the receptacle of what
1 em 11ns of Charles Jules Guiteau. On a
small platform erected outside of one of
the second-story back windows of the
Museum the bones lie in a promiscuous
pile, bleaching in the sun, and here it was
stated they have been for the past five
weeks. They are as white as ivory, and
not'a joint is" missing, so that when the
process of articulation is finished the
skeleton will be one of the most perfect in
the collection. Great care will be taken,
however, to prevent curiosity-hunters
from stealing away the smaller bones, and
it is probable that a strong glass case will
intervene between the public and the
There's Light Beyond.
"When in Maderia," writes a traveler,
"I set off one morning to reach the summit
of a mountain, to gaze upon the distant
scene and enjoy the balmy air. I
took a guide with me, and we had with
difficulty ascended some two thousand
feet, when a thick mist was seen descending
upon us, quite obscuring the whole
face of the heavens. I thought I had no
hope left but at once to retrace our steps
or be lost; but as the cloud came nearer,
and darkness overshadowed me, my guide
ran. before me, penetrating the mist, and
calling to me, and ever anon, saying:
"Press on, masterpress on there's
"I did press on. In a few minutes the
mist was passed, and I gazed upon a scone
of transcendent beauty. All was light
and cloudless above, and beneath was the
almost level mist, concealing the world
below, and glistening in the rays of .the
sun like a field of untrodden snow. There
was nothing at that moment between me
and the heavens."
0, ye! over whom the clouds are gathering
or who have sat beneath the shadows,
be not dismayed if they rise before
you. Press on there is light beyond.
Robeson's Idea of Despatch.
New Ybrk Sun,
The Despatch made the run from Washington
to New York at the rate of about
ten miles an hour. It is claimed by the
department that she is the fastest vessel
in the navy now in condition for service.
She'steams about as far in an hour as a
fair country roadster can trot without overexertion.
This tub is a Robeson
product, has cost the people' between
three and four hundred thousand
dollars, and is utterly useless except for