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VOLtTI&E 2i MATSVILi THtriDrilY EVENING, DECEMBER 14s 18'6& NUMBER 20i
FRANK R. PHISTER
Is now in receipt or an elegant assortment of goods embracing
FkMCLl? BIBLES',, ,..- i
CHESS and CHECKERS,'
SILKs PliUSH PAfETEfflES.
Thelatgest assortment of fine GIFT BOOKS ever shown In Maysvllle.
fiQ .STYLES OE EICTTJRE FRAME&gQ
InPeftrt, Plnslf, Velvet", Wo6d; Sfttin hucrcbmbfhnttorf Goods:
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In 'an almost elfdleas variety, consisting of EmbroldexJlanci Iafhtecl, Satin faced, and Silk
Fringed Cards of every Suitable design.
fThewrGootis atD.irot to'to'Steerr irr my Show Wftrtrostrw
A CALL SOLICITED. POfclTE ATTENTIOW.
STAPLE AffD FANCY'
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Tfi.'Thbrioh . (5f&hrs O'lffifiiiRwnrp. wnrftlan
ware,Glasywave j Aftujonj, p.- Jiliet price
naidWrountPV' Produce. Goods delivered to
tffr: Pifufifc iM Pi'uift Sfteets,
apl'Z&tf Jt4 Y8 VILLlt. KY.
Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts.
Lewis Vanijen, Proprietor.
T. B. Fueton. E DAVI8
MLTOR & WJLTW,
I ar.ffs 4 vi , L V?
0M' VALLEY i MUM
Corn", Shtfrts anSSnipsfuff.
FUI&OM 4c BJLVIS,
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atil8dly ASERIXKEIV, O
pAVJL B. AAbtRSON,
Ifo. 21 jftrAret St. , nearly opp. Central Jkbielf
Office- Open at all H 'opr. . Jtfv4rsrZZJ?,,KT
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!SS MAGGIE RASP,
ppEUEIVES dolly fresh millinery goods ol
JTty tho latest aud most" approved styles.
at prices that can not bo equaled. Please call
anil examine the stock. n20dfewlm
HAVING- determined tti.feo west I now offer
GhiHft; Glass antlQueensware.
with the good will of the house and all infor
matlon in my pose8Bknh regarding the
hesa,, LXJiav9lP0W apd wfilljjleotatgckjn
An pkrAlipiifiitb on
paying Doslben now ha W oSKPRfflf?
itircrimrai.' iu the fjuiJjrr6T
t retail and whelMeRCWbost eoet.
G. A. MOCARTHE
Carious Facts About Teeth.
Where teeth are extracted and immediately
replaced in their sockets they
not unf recmentlv remain firm in the iaw
' SA nn
Thirty odd years ago, when I first began
to studv medicine, I tnouerht after
three day3' study it was high time I
should Degm to practice A girl living,
in my mother's family was attacked
with a severe toothache, and, of course,
applied to the new doctor. The doctor
examined the case very critically, and
decided, after the gravest, thought, that
it wa& a case of pain in a tooth, and ut
length canie to the conclusion that said
tooth must be exttacted. In no other
way, with all his experience, could he
ptomise to relieve tlte paltient. The
maternal head of" the household was
called in consultation, ahd Was rather
disposed to favoi prilling the tbbth1
instead of&frftctihirft1. Butthedbctbr i
w'aSfinii in hts convictibii, ba'sini; hib
o'pinibn on the results' of tHfr tKdillAtfdS'
of similar cases which had fklleii uhder
his observation. Thfe doctor had pot t
that tifiib eVeV sedh a to,oh extracted,
and so practiced, on tlie, way frpn the,
ojflibe, qn tjie end dilhU tHumfi tvitli tha
hook of the turnkey, so as- to, learp yihti
how to seiza upon the toothf and thus
fuly.to. pirepre Jiiinse) tq peet.wjfhf
ui)faVteringt cpqrger and,' coolne? tlii
trying eraergenoyr in his prbffessional
behihd the ieyetooth In my
trepidatibn.E allowed itho,hboktt6 touch
the eyetootih as wUand drnw them
botL out, th6 eyatoothr belngl entirely.
sound. Immediately and without: ahy
definite notion of what-1 wafidoiSgvr
replaoedr the eyetbotH iti ita sefcKet:
Utoittg' x6boV6red ffoiti thfeJ
and eXbitbitiht iriSjdbht t'
mteatb fffhSf)thf thbM(Jcbafei
orrhH6tf with' iii suifri& phiidht,T
at once saw tiftt'it? wKs yerr irftpo'tikhV
thtit shV BH6ffkejipr hdr tbri&ufc aWay
ffqVd thb eVetbotH, so V sukgeted the
chiicfes of a gbltt tfaotV iti th6v einptted?
socket ahd1 ufSbd thb itap&tahbfe of1
kbefity dvbrytriaVliftii'thiit pt1
of heV mbut'h., Tha stnoK ifi
itplac anUi reiudihed,
There is a gentleman now living in
New xqrk City who has three beautiful!
front teeth, which he purchased, from,
the mouth of an Irishman. His, own
decayed , teeth were rempved, jand in,
stantly Patrick's wore tranpfprred. In
the, cae o two of these teeth the success
was complete, and even the third
one the gentleman retains, though it is
loose and seems to have no vital con
nection with his jaw.
Not unf requently the teeth of youn
animals have been quickly transferred
from thfeir sockets to r the pared comb of
a cock and a nutritive circulation established'.
1 u'd&fto know a young lftdy who Had
a decayed frbnttdotft. II? was so
sensitive that she thought it
impossible to have those,
dental in'strument thrifet into the
an'd indeadi almost went into
whbn an exOAvAtion was
At ltfngtfi she was advised, asr th'o
process of dtVuption wdS gpin'
pe nust Qpn lose the
ahff.have the. ippth ex?
tracted fipdv infapmV r'ehjqie to $
plU.9e.( Qf curge w(J Annp no flifxk
wafr $ muqlv sipip)qn ilftn f)f destroy
in&tfie peryqa, t9pu3lity?jiff in h.
eiiMrtbfl exftfftqtiopi w.ftpcoDipUsJbi,,
and . the , tooth! immtdmUuvi ;TPwoedi4
Th ulatipnyw iiliM9t.f
jfaMdilii tot solwttivth4t b&tt) t:
If it wore practicttMw ,! idtmMmi
thaexactiorm nCthe nostiou inoloied
in tho socket by "an examination of"tFo
protruding part of a tooth, I have little
d'Subt thai it miht become very common
to transfer teeth from one mouth
to another. Precious as our teeth are,
many persons could be found who for
a consideration would part with the
most beautiful ones.
The introduction of rubber instead of
gold for plates for artificial teeth is a-great
improvement. A good, honest
dentist and I think thereare a great,
many such will furnish vnfy good substitutes
ibr tho nattiral teeth if you will
give him a commission to spend as much1
time as hef finds necessary in making
th'ein. Dr. Bio Lewis ; in Gol&en liule:
RELIGIOUS A$) EDUCATIONAL;
The Rev. Mr. Green, of Rale'gli;
N. C- recently immersed 140 persons
, in seventy minutes.- iv. i. Jrost.
The Frep Church of Scotland' has
bebh moved 'to promulgate a warning
against the "sin of admiring the works'
ot nature on the Sabbath day."
. Teachers in tlip public schoolsof
9 Trance are very seldom paid more than
-$5' a Week, and as the expense f6r
ricsis iiow adittle orer $lM0O;0O0; the
'Minister of Public Instruction refusesto
add to this amountranti so increase tax-
-The University of foWa; of which1
Dn Piokbrd' is Frosidbttty graduated'
this year from its classical department?
a class of forty, fifteen of whom were,
ltidibk Of the- gfentremefr
ifa.thecQass four are4 to study fbr the
There were added to thequthpcq'
ihg;Aay last on nryofepsion ofiiaith .6-:
'0'G2 nersopsaacfvanc of. pwre tln
T,200 pve'r the previous ear, There
iarfe 61CKJ5 El46irs a'nd1 4,0 0"- DciacbnV in'
the church. Ni Y. Herald.
Among the 146 yfouth who graduated
atHaVvard in 1876'tHter6 ate rioSv
lawyers, teh doctors,' eight
ministers tenitachers five architects;
three jpunalists, three manufacturers
three bankers and two artists, and
twenty-four areJn mercantila and other
general business. D trod PosU
Governmenfe(Sttfc) expenditures :for
education in this country are mentioned,
as amounting at last accounts tb$81,
71)6,929. With a school population of
15,302,8621 tlioie is a school attendance
of 9,729,189. Germany with her compulsory
systehi has a better record'.
Out of lies school population of 7,500,-000,
children to the number of 7,200,-000
constantly attend school.
William Booth, the General of the
Salvation Army in England, receives
and disburses, with absolute control,
$250,000 a year. He owns or rents in
his name 25l0. buildings used for religious
irieetins, directs the work of
15,000 exhorters, and publishes a paper,
the War Cu$ which circulates 2tf0,000'
cop'es a, month. He is well-educated,
very winning as a speaker, clear-headed,
anci arbitrary in management, and, according;
to general opinion, an honest
zealot. Chicago Tribune.
Sistor'Mary Ifrnnccs Clareof tho
Convent at ICnock, Couh'y Mayb Ira-
land; huh takli th'eniost practical and
nsetul way of helping her
esttibliBlilnjof an InUistria
School for rtish'.girl&; ih wliWh
tau'i rtit CbbWn, sowiHffl awd1 all
cal homo duties. It will coiH&tnfvtiitove
aibltittffi&i td'the couhtFh aS ?bk
WaMbfr fbf 4&h&tt tWs6 art'arbTsb.
tiffiiflttayia theioHbih $hw&w
lxBouse of Industry. Christian Union.