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"rA PRESENT Given to every child at
J. C. FECOR & CO.'S.
J C. Kackley & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they are reccommended
to be. Main Stieet, Germantowu, Ky.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Queensware, Wooden-ware,
Glassware, Motions, fcc. Piihe.st price
paid for Country Produce. Goods dellveied to
any partol the city.
Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets,
MA YSVIjLLE. KY.
Oysters ! Oysters !
LARGE AND FRESH,
at JOHN WHEELER'S.
TpAUJ, I. ANJOEKSON,
' JVo. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MA YSVILLE, KY
No. 43, Second Street, 8 doors West of Market,
"Headquarters for all k'nds of Confectionery
Fruits, Canned Goods, etc.
Fresh Stock and Low Prices.
Come and see me if you want to save money.
Hunt & Doyle's.
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"ManufacCurer" 'of ,At
Mffik)D6utile oV BIncfrfor Wan
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care T. Ki Ball A Son.
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SALLEE & SALLEE,
ATTORNEYS AT JLAV
Ami Real ENtate Agents.
THIRD STREET, near Court House,
. seplOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
THE BEST FIVE CENT CIGAR IN
FOR SALE AT
J. C. Pecor & Co.'s
PIANOS and ORGANS.
HPHE agency of the Johnson & Co., organs
L and pianos, is now represented by J. T.
BBADDEtf, 77 East Second Street, li. F.
their former agent, having resigned.
I will supply these celebrated instruments at
the manufacturers prices. They are noted for
their exquisite tone, durability and finish, and
wherever used have neVer failed to give entire
satisfaction. All who need good instruments
at moderate cost are. invited to call. I will take
pleasure in exhibiting tUe instruments and in
lurnishlngall in formation desired. Address,
J. T. BRADDEN. Sole Agent?-77,
East Second street, Maysville, Ky,
are now receiving the most eleuant assortment
WE ot BUGGIES, PHJETONS and
CARRIAGES ever brought to the city of
MYALL & RILEY,
ani'dly so, 7 Second, and 18 Sutton Sts.
to suit all tastes and purses at
G. A. McCARTHEY'S
No. 30, East Second street.
M. W. COULTER has reopened the
MRS. HOUSE and is prepared to iurnish
board by the day or week. Meals furnlsheu to
transient customers ut any hour durinir the
TEAS ! ! TEAS ! !
HAVE' a full supply of the
utari xuiA -urine marKet. uive me amiai
GEO, fl. HEISER.
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
ICE CREAM A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY in the city. Orders tor weddings and
(ftarjtles.'prohifltJy attended fo. " ?, myadly
f'BO. W. ROGERSj. agent, office At Whektly
JT & CO.'s.'Mni'ketBtbelo'H' Second. 0188th)
THE LOAN OP X LOYER.
A Novel Industry to be Opened for
Washington Correspondence in
News and Courier.
There isstopping in t he city nt the present
time a gentleman whose name it would be
unfair to give, but whose mission here is
certainly a novel one. It is, in fact, the
establishment of a private bureau which
will have for its object the loaning out of
young men. For instance: A wealthy
maiden lady of uncertain age desires an
escort to the theatre, receptions, etc. Despite
the glitter of wealth and all the arts
of the modiste, she fails to attract, and
must, perforce, enjoy the distinction of a
male escort by playing the role of chaperon
to a younger and fairer niece or
cousin, or, as is frequently the case, remain
at home. To all such the founder of
this bureau will prove a sincere friend.
The young men to be employed will be
handsome, thoroughly accomplished, sufficiently
aesthetic to suit all requirements,
educated and agreeable. They will probably
" come high," but the old maids
will nave the same duties that are now
performed bv the nimble but humble
district telegraph boy, with the difference
that the former adds tone and attractiveness,
while the latter is merely useful.
The modus operandi is briefly this: The
maiden lady sends for the managers and
in forms-him of her wishes. The manager
opens his album and displays the different
styles of beauty, accompany each photograph
with a description of the manners
and characteristics ot the original.
The lady chooses her man, who immediately
calls. If suited the terms are next agreed
upon. If the lady be particularly aristo
era tic she will probably board the young
man at a fashionable hotel, where- he will
simply be known as a gentleman of
leisure. The manager will see that he
I has a large and suitable wardrobe befitting
a young gentleman ot his social standing.
Until the contract expires he remains
the property of the lessee. It shall be his
duty to drive her out in the evenings, take
her to the different public placesof amusement,
and as her escort to the houses of
fashionable acquaintances, be introduced
as an "old friend of the family temporarily
residing in the city." If it be the lady's
pleasure that he talks interestedly
entrc acts, squeeze her hand impulsively,
or looks unuttorable love at her as she
glides through the whirl of the mazy, he
is, of course, expected to do so: The
"dummy's" compensation will be regulated
in a degree by the crankiness and ill-looks
of the lessee. The homlier and more
exacting she is, the greater the pay A But
the utility does not end there. Youns; la
dies will find him useful also. In their
case his duty as an escort will not be a
necessity but simply to arouse the jealousy
and pique the feelings of some other young
man who may be too backward in coming
forward. It is expected that the dummy
will manage things so adroitly that the
object of the young lady's affections will
declare hia feelings In short order, lest the
stranger step in and carry off the prize he
had so long been playing fast and loose
Looked at from a philosophical standpoint
the scheme is a good one. At all
events the experiment will be tried here
i next winter. If successful, branches will
! be speedily opened in every large city in
I the country.
Cigars With Fancy Names .Sell Well.
A cigar seller in this city, says, Chicago
Herald, says that not one man in a dozen
knows anything about the cigars he is
smoking, and will smoke a five cent cigar
with a& much enjoyment as a fifteen cent
one, provided he thinks the five center a
high. priced cigar. The label on a cigar
uox ii as a great- yeai to go wun maKing a
cigar popular, and the quotation, J,a rose
would smell as sweet by any Qthername,"
does not not hold good In tnjs;instan'cey as
customers generally go hack on' A' cigar
When 'the '-label oha'boxiscbanged. It
f( I )I
tarw.oi mwifty -v!' - nt a - tmm - v a8fel tftc
V EfEMIMd BULLETIN.
" HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHEEE THEY MAY."
VOLUME 1. MHYS1TILLE, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1882. NUMBER 278,
CLAP.E2CCE Tj. SAIiLEE.
does no good for the clerk to explain anjl.'
expostulate, the label is changed and the
cigar haslostits attractions- The stealing
of Cuban manufacturers' labels by American
manufacturers was caused by this
simple fact. No matter how good a cigar
was made by home manufacturers, they
found that they were oversold by inferior
grades of cigars which bore foreign brands.
They adopted the foreign labels, therefore,"
and immediately their home manufactured
cigars sprang into deserved popularity.
The high toned smoking public merely
wanted name. It pleased a young blooil
more to go into a cirgar store and demand
a " Flora" and a " Fuma de Delecte" than
to ask for a " Squashtown Regalia," or
" St. Louis Domestic." In nine cases out
of ten a straight fifteen cent domestic
cigar is far superior to an imported article
of equal price, but you can't argue that
with the general run of customers. Among
these Hebrews, as a class, are the best
judges and sm.okethe finest articles. The
Hebrew customer is much prized, and no
cigar dealer who enjoys their favor is in
any danger of going into bankruptcy.
Gamblers are as a rule smokers of the
finest goods, but they are customers very
erratic, owing to the different changes of
fortune they experience. For weeks and
weeks a member ol the fraternity may
present himself at the same cigar
counter and smoke his twenty-five cent-cigars.
Suddenly some day lie appears -and
says he is tired of the brand he will"
try a nickel cigar. The clerk asks no
tions and in a short time he returns, .to
his twenty-five cent weeds.
For and About Women.
A young woman at Elizabethtown, Ky;.,
had her father's wheat field gleaned after
it had been harvested, securing fifty bushels
of grain to sell for her own account.
Says Dr. Alice Stockholm: "To be a successful
physician a woman must be a la'dy
womanlv woman. No aping of masculine
habits, dres3 or foibles will not conduce to
success. She musthavean affinity for the
work, feel at home in the sick-room, with
a desire and tact to relieve suffering,
devoid of any morbid sensibility at sight
of pain, offensive deformities and ghastly
injuries and operations. She must be born
to command, firm in purpose and quick to
execute, at the same time have dignity and
self-control. Nothing must escape her observation.
She must be able to reason
from cause to effect, strong in convictions,
but slow to give an opinion. She needs a
love for scientific research and the ability
to apply herself to study."
"fiss Lowerv horsewhinned Edward Orr.
at Gray's Falls, Ont, because he preferred
another girl in marriage. Her two brothers
and new lover held him fast while she
plied the whip. That happened a year
ago. Orr obtained a whip, and has since
flogged' each of the three men separately
with it, the last to receive punishment getting
so much that he was confined to his
bed for a week. The girl then became
frightened, and wrote to ask if she, too,
was to be whipped. Orr replied that ho
had no such intention, but thought he
might feel impelled to thrash her father
and several of her cousins unless they
treated him with deference.
The Correspondencia states that at a
meeting of Old Carlists, it was decided, in
consequence of Don Carlos' course of life,
that his son, Prince James, should be proclaimed
the head of the Spanish Legitimist
The Smithsonian Institution has received
from the Academy of Venice an
announcement of the discovery bvSch mid t,
at Athens, on the 8th of October, qf,a
comet with the same motion in right ascension
Collector Whitney, of St. Louis, fined
the steamer Hudson $500 for carrying oil
contrary to law.. Secretary Folger of the
"U. S. Treas.ury.remittecj the fine as,nqt4n
accordance wfth the law..-. Tne' decision
is very iraporterit to 'marine carriers. '' '"