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FRANK R PHISTER
Is now in receipt of an elegant assortment of goods embrncJug
FAMILY BIBLES, .
CHESS and CHECKERS,
SILK, SATIN and PLUSH PAPETERIES.
The laigest assortment of line GIFT
" HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHEEE THEY MAT."
VOLUME 2. MAYSVILLE, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16, 1882. NUMBER 22.
gQSTYLES OF PICTURE FRAMESgQ
In Pearl, Plush, Velvet, Wood, Satin and Combination Goods.
PLUSH ODOR CASES.
In an almost endless variety, consisting of Embroidered,Hand.Painfed, Satin faced, and Silk
Fringed Cards of every Suitable design.
: &ThBS8 Goods are not to be Seen in my Show Windows.-
A CALL SOLICITED. POLITE ATTENTION.
FRANK R. PHISTER.
LATHES, BRILLS, AMI OTHER
for tne Mechanic and the Ana
teiir. 80 different stylet la 8 toe.
All goods at factory price
Send tc postage for 64 page Cat
loKue of Mftchtrei. Carting Tool,
Saw Hiale Bracket Wood. )
ohaulos Huppltei, and Material! for
Scroll Sawjeri, and Miniatures cf all
Scroll Design, published la th U. S.
Ji Ji W ATRQUSf wtairVal?r
SIS Itaeo Street, ClBciBBaiif
Prize ITolIy Scroll Saw with extra
(tee cut) sent on receipt of only f3.90
MILL HERY ESTABLISHMEN T,
MISS MAGGIE RASP,
RECEIVES dally fresh millinery goods ol
the latest and most approved styles.
at prices that can not bo equaled. Please call
and examine the stock. n29d&wlm
r Jwlxy Steam,
Wet of Market
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BOOKS ever shown in MaysvlUe.
AUJL I. ANDERSON,
iVo. 21 Market St. nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MA TS VILLE, KY
HOLIDAY GOODS !
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Call and examine our IMMENSE stock of
goods suitable Jor
Larger Stock Than Ever Before
J. C. FECOR & CO.,
iprUTQ are reaping ahaiv
AuLlI I U vest selling our
JuiVn Kitchen Queen Safety Lamps
and other household articles.
The best selling articles ever put
on the market For BamplM
and Terma, address the
CLIPPER M'F'G CO.,
Ho. 288 Walnut St., Cincinnati O.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
s OP t
GEO. .W- ROUKlife, agent, offlcerat WtaMtty
Co.'s, Market BtVrbelo Secotodi iQMMi)
Something to Interest the Fair Sex.
Elgeant velvet din.ier dresses are trim
! med with Venetian point-lace.
Featherfans, with peal sticks are among
the popular holiday goods,
Ottoman ribbons of all widths are most
in favor for millinery purposes.
Dresses that are trimmed with velvet
have belts of velvet with silver elafps.
Wide collars of plush that are edged
with lace, or plaited ribbon, are worn by
Pompons of silk are more popular than
they have ever been, and are used on hats,
mantles and dresses.
Large buckles of gilt silver, jet, enamel
and bronze are placed diagonally on the
House slippers for ladies and gentlemen
are made of alligator skin dyed any color
to suit the taste of the wearer.
Dresses shoes worn by small girls have
the tops to match the color of the dress.
The silk stockings also correspond in color
with the dress material.
Black-satin buttoned boots, with jet buttons,
are worn with dinner and reception
dresses. Handsome slippers for the house
are of black satin with square jet buckets
that are worn with black-silk stockings.
The newest buttons for dress-trimming
are jet, silver, bronze and wood carved in
odd designs, some of them representing
animals' heads, such as monkeys, lions
and tigers; others are the carved heads of
gods and goddesses.
The soft and pliable India silks, with
brocaded flowers of different colors, are
stylishly used in combination with plush
velvets for elegant evening toilets. Handsome
dresses are made of Ottoman sites,
with figured velvets, brocaded stains and
plain velvets of pale tints, such as pink,
pale blue, amber, rose color and green.
A superb evening dress worn at a reception
was of pale pink Ottoman silk made
with a short skirt with two narrow
around the edge of the skirt, and
a plain Jersey basque of the silk. The
overskirt was of pink China crape, the
graceful drapery being held by small birds
of bright plumage.
Plain velvet costumes of dark dull colors
are richly trimmed with fur; the furs
most in favor for these suits are otter,
beaver, hare and seal. The bonnets and
muffs that accompany them are also finished
off with the same kind of fur used
as the trimming of the dress.
The Jersey ulster, so much in favor with
I young ladies, follows every outline of the
figure which it makes to the greatest apparent
length and least breadth. Tailors
warn ladies that these garments are meant
merely for walking, and that they must
not sit down while wearing them. Striped
black and white silk, and gay plush linings
are in the hoods of such ulsters.
Jay Gould's Burial Plot.
Mount Vernou Chronicle.
Jay Gould has purchased, a plot in
Woodlawn Cemetery for $40,000' For ten
years past Mr. Gould has owned a plot in
the cemetery. It is in the Chapel Hill lot
od Chape Hill avenue, near the northeastern
entrance. It is immediately above
the receiving tomb, and for this reason
Mr. Gould determined to give it up. There
never have been any burials in it. He
selected another plot in the new western
portion of the cemetery, immediately adjacent
to the plot owned by Washington
E. Connor. It is the finest site in the
cemetery and is situated in the Lake View
plot, about the middle of the cemetery
grounds, including such of the grounds as
are not laid out. It takes in about an acre
of ground and covers an entire hill. It
overlooks all the. cemetery, and a walk
winds around it. The price to be paid is
near $40,000. It is said, that Mr. Gould
has not formed any plans for buildings to
Ub put upon it.
Dresden's Sea Serpent,
Hath (Me.) Times.
The people of Dresden, Maine, were
greatly excited the other day by the appearance
of a sea serpent in theiV waters.
The monster was discovered by two fishermen
who were down the river in a boat,
and as it was headed up the river they
took a short cut and reached Dresden in
advance. The towns-people were quickly
notified of the terrible visitor, and a crowd
speedily assembled on the river banks,
armed with all sorts of weapons. The
creature's movements seemed quite rapid,
and the excitement was intense. " Don't
you see him run his tongue out," hysterically
exclaimed the female in one breath.
"See him roll his eyes and wink," and
down would go his head, his body would
almost disappear, only to reappear at a
short distance. A volley of shots greeted
the intruder, and everybody "saw him
kick," but no one dard investigate.
Finally a couple of a men, more daring
than the rest, made chase in a boat, and
overtaking him, discovered that another
wooden serpent had astonished the natives.
The whole population had seen in a rolling,
half sunken log the glaring eyes and
rolling tongqe of a marine leviathan, and
had expended a great amount of ammunition
in trying to kill him.
The Queen and John Brown.
The obstinacy of the Queen is proved by
the open persistent favoritism shown to
this same John Brown. Incomprehensible
and meaningless, it goads almost to madness
her immediate entourage, and every
open or tacit opposition only causes it to
be more manifest. That proudest of proud
women has been made, by a preconcerted
plan, to see this servant of hers in the
most degrading state of drunkenness,
almost at her very feet, and yet, with an
infatuation stronger eyen than femininity,
her manner to him remained unchanged,
and she made no siun that could give a
Lclue to her secret thoughts. Ladies in
waiting of exalted rank have rebelled
openly against the breach of etiquette his
familiarity has created, and refused to be
made a party to it; but snubbed by them,
he was only the more graciously treated
by his royal mistress. He follows her
like a shadow from palace to palace, in
public and private, behind her chair at her
meals, in the rumble of her carriage in her
drives, bending over to exchange a few
words, and calmly possessing himself of
her field glass to inspect some distant
maneuver at a review.
Our Alleged Navy.
Speaking of our navy, it has been aptly
said that all there is needed to make it
effective are ships it has plenty of water.
But having both ships and water it would
still be ineffective, for it is absolutely
without American seamen. It could no
more cope with the navy of England than
the cheese could cope with the knife.
A Froiinnceil Opinion.
The danger of tooth drawing under
choloform anaesthesia being so pronounced
and so readily explained, we hold that
no physician is justified in running such
The e itwme cold of last winter,
and the unusual lloais of Greenland ice
that have blocked the harbors and prevented
navigation, have bro ight about
a terrible condition of affairs in Iceland.
They are on the verge of a great
famine, and the Governor of Iceland
appca s for help to other nations.
Home made jelly glasses: Select
good-si ed bott es. Take ,a strip of old
muslin or a piece of candle wick, dip it .
in lamp o'l, wrap it around the bottle
where you want it to break, set it on
.fire and the glass "will crack just above
the cloth. Efwrit Farmer.