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VERY useful and excellent aiUule now
being introduced in this city, is a
manufactured and sold by MR.M.J.BIUUHOF.
Jt has been uied by very many of our leading
citizeus, who are warm in their recommendations
ol its excellence. It can be ued on
pianos, furniture of all kinds and fine vehicles.
It gives a very supekiok and lasting yloss.
The following who have used It are referred to:
Hechlnger Bros., A. Finch, fcjTate National
Bank, Central Hotel, D. R. Bullock, W. W.
Ball and E. Lambden. Fletniuusbure. Ky.,
xetferences : Fleming & Botts. C. X. Weedon.
Judge W. S. Botts, J. W. Hellin, banker, H.
Cusliman, H. H. SMt, h. F. Bright, . Kant.
Poplar Plains lelevences: Ben Plummer, Dr.
Hart, 31 rs. L. Logan, B. Samuels Rev.
Summers iS: Bro., La Rue & Son, Blue
The Following are Agents for I, J, Biscliof
THOMPSON &M A LTBY, Fern Leaf; HOWARD
& DIXKMORE, Furnituro Dealers. Carlisle,
Ky ; T. M. DORA, Germantown. Ky.; A.
K. MARSHAL & SON. Marshall Station. K- u.
R. R.; R. M. HARRISON, Helena Station; H.
"W. WOOD, Washington, Ky.: A. O. WHITE.
Sardis, Ky.; THROCKMORTON, HOLMES &
CO.. Mt. Olivet, Ky., J. J. WOOD, Drug Store,
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
PERSONS in need of a good EJunoor Organ
will find it to their advantage to call on the
undersigned, No. 5M, Market street, agent lor
h. H. Baldwin & Co., of CincinnUl, Ohio,
where they will find all the standard makes,
such as Steinway. Decker Bros., Haines Bros.,
Pianos, Estey and Shoninger at very reasonu
ble prices. sept5dlm F. P. GERBRICH.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
GEO'. W. ROGERS, agent, oftlce at Wheatly
& Co.'s, Market St., below Second. (Jlb'Um)
THE LATEST SENSATION.
4000 Yards Lawn, choice styles and fast colors
at 5 cents per yard. 500 yards India Lineu
at 10 ceuts per yard, 240 pairs regular made
men's half hoseat'lO cents per pair. Other
goods proportionately low,
BURGESS & NOLIN.
July 0, 1882.
T. f. pUfrpy,
Plumber. Gas ami Steam Fitter
dealer in Bath Tubs, Hydrant Pumps, Iron
nnd Lead Pipe, Globe, Ancle and Check Valvfl,
Rubber Hoe .aim-Sewer Pipe.. All' work war
ranted and done when promised n Second stree
opposite White St Ort's. ap3
No. i3, Second Stieet,;3doois WiM of Maiket.
T. B. Fulton.
FULTON & DAVIS,
TALKLV ABOUT G01S' TO THE FAIR.
UY I.MMORTAL NO. 2.
I &G :zi3Asu
" HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY."
VOLUME 1. BIlYSYILLE, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1882. NUMBER 248.
will not be undersold in
STOVES, TINWARE, MANTELS, GRATES, Etc.
OF THE "MONITOR"
OIL STOVE,THE ONLY COAL AND WOOD
ABSOLUTELY SAFE COOKING STOVE
OIL STOVE IS THE WORLD.
nccount oi my continued ill Health, 1
linve concluded, as soon us practicable, to
retire lrom the dry goods trade, 1 now oiler my
entire stock lor -ale to any merchant wishing
to engage in the business, and will from the
1st day oi July sell my goods FOR CASH, until
disposed of, which will enable me to oiler to
the retail trade iOme special bargains.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to
me will please call and settle at once, a. I am
anxious to my books. Respectfully,
WIT-IE EVERY .1I0XEK 1JXPROVE3IEXT
OHIO VALLEY MILLS
Corn, Shorts and Ships hifv.
Flour for sale by all groeeis in the city..
FVEiTON & 'B&.WIBi
aulSdly ABXCKXESEiISr. O-
Headquarters for all knds of Confectionery
Fruits, Canned Goods, etc.
Fresh Stock and Low Prices.
Come and see me if you want to save money.
77 -A. T O 3E3C 353 S
aarj. BALLENGEA at Albert's China
Store adloining Pearce, Wallingfoid &
Co.'s Bank. apllOmd
F. L. TRAYSER,
Front St., 4 doors west of 2? ill IIouhc
Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also the
best make of Organs a,t lowest manufacturers'
prices; Tuning aud Repairing. ul.7
TEAS ! ! TEAS ! !
HAVE a lull supply oi the best GUNPOWDER
I TEA in the market. Give me a trial
myihyd GEO. H. IIEISER.
M. W. COULTER has reopened the
MRS. HOUSE and-is prepared to furnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnished (o
transient customers at any hour during the
FruiW ana Vegetables in season , Your parrr
Uy solicited. jl
I 'think we'll go to the fair, Jane; and see all
the taucy things,
And look at all the 'boss rac'n', and take a ride
in t lie swings.
I never was at one before; and I'm gettin.'
And nil the money I've spent for pleasure, is
niiglity easy told.
All the formers vivos bring in things butter,
cheese and .such,
But the premiums they get. for their trouble,
ib'ut very much.
I was thinkin' 'bout our coVi Jane, you know
sshe's pretty fine.
And blooded Jersey stock, Is what takes 'em
Well, I'll hitch up the cart, Jane, and dnve on
over to town,
And swap 'em a bushel of wheat, to buy you
a calico gown.
And you can tend to the balkin an have everything
ready done up.
So we won't want for uothin', aud be ready
to stait at sun up.
And alter every thing's itady, and you have
any time to spare,
You can just run vr to mother'! and tell 'em
we're goln' to the lair.
I'm goin' to take the, carl, and there'll be r'oom
for mother to t;o.
And I'Jl buy ticket, and it will cost
her nothiu', you know,
I believe I'll buy me a cent, June, ior this Is
And it would'nt hurt, il I had a hat too, for this
is badly worn.
And alter I'm done u tiadin' and have any
change to spate,
I'll buy you a piece of ribbon, to tie in your old
You and I mode tills farm, June, by workin'
early and late,
And it won't be long till we're under the sod, If
we carry on at this rate.
And so we'll go to the lair, and have all tiie fun
that we can,.
For we don't need to woik any more, and can
live on thu rent of the land.
But if 1 Mu".d and talk much longer, the day
will hlip away,
And I'll have to put olfgoln'to town, and wait
for another da j.
But do you know people are
Aud eveiy one will be laughin', to see us come
to the lair in the cart.
But I'm not ashamed of nnythlng.I've earned
by the sweat of my blow,
And It they try to make game of nte, there'll
be a little row.
Do yot Dust, If ut Wipe !
Who would believe it ? The duster
that peaceful emblem of domestic toil-may,
under certain circumstances, become
more dangerous to handle than a
six-shooter. We are in dead earnest.
An eminent scientist declares it to be a
fact. Do you know just what you are
doing when you brush away dust ? You
disseminate in the air, and consequently
introduce into your own interior, into
your tissues and respirtory organs, all
sorts of eggs, sporas, epidemic germs,
and murderous tibriones which dust contains.
One movement with a feather
duster may bo enough to poison both
you and your neighbors to inoculate
you all with typhus, varioloid, or
as it may appear. Instead
of a feather duster take a cloth; wipe
away the dust, instead of stirring it up.
In short, wipe never dust! Le Voltaire.
Dog or Snuff.
A Chicago yvoroan traveling in the
South made a good deal of fun of some
of the Southern wpmenf "who $ip snufjf)
but1 when a party of tjaem on a car sav
the Chicago girl kiss a poodle cjog on the
nose, and iliey $JX -turned T)d3 and put
their heads jont, of . tha froeh
ftir,fthe Northern began to" reflefct
,.', ' i i , " - , i i . ,
gnurr i?$ twk.ij ft cieapi
gsi.per.narH .(fVnogc. Anyvwiy; .
ia wanted to kiw a wommiL.Jronldl til
IJbe snuff twice before he would take
dog one, JPeck's Sun.
Why the Key. Mr. Miilkifllc Laughed.,
"Is this the Rev. Mr. Mulkittle ?" snid
a kind of out of reason man, entering the
library of a well known Little Rock minister.
"Yes sir; have a seat."
"I have cailed to transact a piece of
business which to the world may seem
ridiculous, but which, viewed from" a spiritual
eminence, is of importance." ,!
"What is it?"
"I want you to love me."
"Love you ?" gasped the good man, re-'
yarding the petitioner and inwardly vowing
that he had never before met a more '
repulsive human being.
"Yes, sir, I want you to love me," and
he sat down and closed his eyes as though
he intendeded to await the announcement
of the decision. "The command is to love
one another. I confess I love you," and
opening his eyes he leered at the preacher.
"Well, sir," said the minister, "your
demand after all is simple. I suppose
that yon have been lost for many years;
and have jtfst tasted grace, and that you
especially want the love of ministers. Yes,
I love you."
"Thank you. Now, when we love any
one we are 'willing to help him. Gimme
a dollar, sir; gimme a dollar. Out of the
love you bear me, gimme the dollar."
The minister arose, took down a box
and handed the visitor a dollir. "Good i
by. I hope you will always love me," and
the lover was gone. ' t
"How did you make it?" asked a rough
looking manj when they reached a street
corner not far away.
"Fine. Never 'met but one preacher '
that got away with me, and he was an old '
Baptist that insisted upon ducking me
into the river before ho could love me.
Preachers like something odd. The old
style of striking 'em is repealed."
"Let me see the money."
"Here she is; a new dollar. Let's go and
"I guess not. The thing is counter- .
It was a vile imitation, and the two
thieves looked at each other in silence.
The minister poked his head over the
fence and laughed. The dollar had come
to him in a contribution box.
My master whipped me very well; without
that, sir, I should have done nothing.
I would rather have the rod to be
general terror to all, to make them learn,
than to tell a child if you do thus or
thus you will be more esteemed than
your brothers or sisters. T he rod produces
an effect which terminates in
itself. A child is afraid of being whipped,
and gets his task, and there's an
end on'r. Whereas, by exciting
and comparisons of superiority,
you la' the foundations of lasting mischief.
You make brothers and sisters
hate each other. SamuelJohnson.
Icebergs are often of enormous size,
measuring miles in area and many hundred
feet in thickness. Hayes saw one
reaching an altitude of 315 feet above
the sea, aud most of explorers
haye encountered bergs of 200 feet or
more in height. Pyer has estimated
that in au iceberg 200 feet above the
water a total height of 600 or 800 feet
may, as a rule, be inferred. An exception
to this rule must be the bergs Captain
Ross saw aground in 1,500 feet of
water. A mass of ice floating in the
Southern Ocean is reported by Captain
d'Urville to have Jqjl thirteen miles
long witli vertical walls 100 ,fee.t high.-
"Only a Milliner" is the title, of an
making, '-fob? ' ThltT'where'thTmdney