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FRANK R PHISTER
Is now In receipt qt an elegant assortment o floods embracing
FAMILY BIBLES
ALPHABET BLOCKS
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BUILDING BLOCKS
WRITING DESKS
CHESS and CHECKERS
SICK SATIN and PLUSH PAPETERIES
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In Pearl Plush Velvet Wood Satin and Combination Goods
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PURE OANDIEaiid TEAS A SPECIALTY
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A call is respectfully solicited dlGdGt No 19 Second Streetfour doors above Fostofflce
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Bargains Bargains
LET not your hearts be troubled Wo are
still hero nod will Fell you more good ior
the same amount of money than uny other
house in the city We are determined fo close
out our entire Htoclrof good by the 1st of next
April and will offer to CASH IIUYKHK great
inducements Among our stock Is a huge
line of ready made
CLOTHING OVERCOATS ETC
which Ave oiler at prime cost Childrens wool
sacks at 60 and 7 cents Hoods at -in cents
These goods are worth double the money we
ask for them
We have also a fresh line of Christma goods
and toys without number which we are otter
ing at greatly reduced prices Wax Dolls at 50
cents wonh 81 Bohemian decorated vases 23
cents a pair A large lot of Japan se goods at
less than hrtlf their value AiYlmiilensesckof
At cost Our stock of ladies and childrens
shoes is very large and all custom made Also
a big line of ladles hats trimmed la New York
all fresh goods which we are offering at cost
yens lull regular undershirts at fi cents per
pair Hats aud boots at rock bottom prices
Four ply linen collars 15 cents Clocks very
cheap and everything usually found in n first
class mammoth country store Call early and
get bargains while they are fresh Our prices
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J A JACKSON SON
Maysllck JCyM December lb 1882
P a Those knowing themselves Indebted to
me by note or account must come foiward
and settle at once or an officer will call on
you I have not tile time
NEW
DOMESTIC PATTERNS
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Ssoub oyrifers per 20c
Favorites per cau 3tk
11 A nchor standards per can 40c
Helects per J can 40c
Helects Extraiper can 50c
N Y Saddle Hocks
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mmense stock of canned gqotls Just received
CHANGE OF LOCATION
WINDHORST BLUM
Have removed their Merchant Tailoring Es
tablishment from Coopers building to C II
Whites newstoie No 31 Second street where
they will be pleased to have the public call an i
see them Prices low and work the best
ante2diy WINDjIQUSTA BLC
FRESH OYSTERS
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Home made Yeast Cakes
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OEOKOE HEISER
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Baker and Confectioner
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The only m
CANDY in tht
manufacturer of PURE STIOK
thecUty Orders for weddingd and
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GEO W RUG BUS agent office at Wheafly
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HEWTQ THE LINE LET IJEIE CHIJ3 HALL WHERE THEY MAY
MA YSVILLE FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 22 1882
The Science and Art of Eating
Cook books are numerous rindliouso
wivefc are usually well supplied with
private recipes A sowing society is of
ten a clearing house for that kind of
domestic paper With all the stale
fun poked at the American pie fried
steak and hot bread there is no coun
try in the world where the food take
it as a Vholo is so well prepared ag in
the United States A few professional
lrench cooks may excel but with us
the lady of the house can if necessary
go into the kitchen and either do tho
work or give specific direction how to
do it and however often her servants
may change tho stamp of her culinary
acquirements is plain and constant Of
course there are oxctsptoun but this is
the rule and it is one of the many
evidence of American progress intel
ligence and good sense
tar more attention has been paid to
reparino than serving food Cook
ook enough ha e been published in the
last decade to iill a library and many a
chicu recipe te still alloat never having
been h rpocmed1 by any cruiser after
kitchen lqiei If one wrijtk to know
how too cook any tfdnceivable tfiing it
iseAsy to get rules for it But ho
science ana art o eating hdVe beon
aim6st wholly nelecjttd Familiarity
with the custoirisot the country 1 fell ft us
tlhit soup is a dinner dish arid gogs be
fore meat ahda feinOre things oftfiat
sprt Insome c6lntries chbtom jndUq
spuj a breaicast Uiah Which is rjgqt
is a UQstton of science hht rib pi
frijshion it is of greaf importance to
ifeatth that food and drjnk snould o
tfj ften1 ip the proper cprabinatongt
seasons and ways HoyeytjiigpdclitthQ
food if it be improperly seryedtHe
gVJieral 9 ptisbad DvspepsiiWore
thq faplt ot ignorant qnd bar bariq witlig
tHan o pooi cgokin Tie4Ameriqjni
people tieaiMattlio Toyest calciilatigi
hve billJQRS of ijieais a ye4r arid h
tabe and jts siirroundings are certaiply
verv important From thivsitnplestlunch
tp the most elaborate dinner a great
deal depends both upon tho service it
self and upon those served
Thbre Is no couritry in thb world
where the general avorrigo of totid donf
sunitl6n is as high asit is in AtneHcn
yet herb theVe U huiolf iriovii ill health
frota riot eat n enough than from eat
ing too much especially insnial
families It is appetising to be sur
rounded by kobil caters The man
whose table companions are daritv In
dies coritent wth tea and toast and pu
iiy dhildien with no stomachs lor bee
is in danger of lallng into mnclng
ways h mself and withdut kn6ving or
suspecting the cuise tinds himself on
the sick list The doctor give h m a
tew pills or prescribfs a trip thinking
h m over worked when in point of fact
lie is simply under led Steak in the
morning a roast for dinner and plemy
oi potatoes bread butter ami still
more stimulating mod woud work a
siejdv cure I he man is not worn out
the engine has not been properly stoked
that is the whole of it The sconce of
ealinc has beqn disregarded The
b ootllia been en eeblod Shavpgs do
very wll for kindling a lire but lor a
steady t amo something more substan
tial is required If a strong man of
good habits breaks down in whole or
m part in middle life it may bo as
sumed that in a 1 likel hood he is a vic
tim of unconscious and gradual starva
tion
Of course the tmdcrjjtnrtdihg of any
science is more important than the mas
lerytjfall nrtsbiltithi1 of vdty gieal
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hcjw td iflakti the niinialty to
tH daiv1 VAnts alitkirv1 The
Tnan Vhb Holts his iicalflas if WweM
perfdfniinfln irksprher duty or siinplV
lilllhgaap Wbs lijmlf oraperpetual
toiihiO tif vh6Vesf6hVo plaufe itTie ps
digestion tq be in tfio besi inse ji table
tlXHhrelniie French excel1 all
other peode ahdit is the ohd caiise of
ihe high averagb ofhejilth jn France It
isimpo siblo to draw an exapt line be
tweoii the science and the art of eat-
ing ifhd at the ideid dmingtafile they
will so blend that none 0 the teenni al
ities or either sliitJ be observable In
deud one or the fuudumqntal rules of
My art is that the laws ot supply anl
demand shall expeuto themselves at
the table vth the least possible ob
servation An olitrusive attention to
detai s on the part of any one 01 such
an occasion mars greatly tho artistic
otlcvt of a good dinner In this as in
drass anything loud or out of har
mony with the general surroundings is
in bad form Jitit
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tlie vrtf in wliichvf cabbage ik
boiedii chaqod once or1 twice ii iS
lessdikqly tboetnfgetible perhaps
it is and persons jyhoare In theMiabit
of drinking Water JhWhicHWWcabbage
in bdileaBhflUld lefed tlie WggodnW
but asjlbfaj nsSlrtitoi 1s sftfihitf Wrflmltf
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NUMBER 27
FACTS AND TIGURES
Tn Buenos Ayres it takes ten dollars
In paper money to buy one dollar in
gold The paper currency there is de
preciated
Indiana statistics show that tho
liquor trallic cost tho State in twenty
years ended December U last for crim
inal expenses alone 1470235946
At present there are ho less than
twenty one passenger steamships plying
between1 New York and Europe anil
with one or two exceptions each has a
vessel weekly
Tho intense licit of summer in Aus
tral a far surpasses that of the United
States even that of Arizona Arecent
nto in Nature record a temperature
there of 180 degrees in 1882 172 hi
W80 153 in 1871 159 in 1862 and 158
in 1860
A year ago a Laramie Plains cattle
manwas otlerdd a Utah herd and ranch
for 70000 which oiler was rejected
Since Unit the Utah man sold 845000
worth out of tho herdf then sold tho
ranch for 4500 afterward put 9000
more into the herd and then sold it for
140000 Chicago Times
It is expected -that the four manu
factories of Montgomery Vt Will turn
outtiour hundred thousand Jbut ef tubs
tho present season of all sies A
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larger proportion of ten twenty and
thirty pound tu1te are eallbd lot than
usual The material frir hodps has be
come exhausted iti that region and is
now brudghtfrom Midhigau
tfbS estimate of the revenue tt ttio
ftiitcJli Eisilhdles for the cferrent ytinv
shows adefloit of4 3815000- at least
tat year the deiiqit was etimtcd at
1000000 but jproyed tobe S60MfPiK
For the six years ending WVtlv lo82t the
Minister of Finance put it at 12500
06tt Tlib Aclieen YroublesV not oVer
eVeh n6wi have Been no jokU for Hoi
land where living is very dear and tax
ation heivy
The survey of Lake Winnipiseogee
N H by the lae company gives the
following results Islands containing
over 100 acres one 500 to 1000
aires two 100 to 500 atrcs seven
fifty id iOOacFes six ten to fifty acres
twenty iivo less than ten acres 2LJ0
total inlands haying vegetation 267
The ent re distance around the lake and
LJongBay is 182mles and tho water
surface is si uy riine square miles 531
acres and 303 square rods
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Sleepers9 Discomforts in Germany
One of the first complaints heard
frtmi Americans on arrving in Ger
many is against the beds for German
bed as a rule are short so very short
that a man who is unfortunate enough
to measure six feet has to double hi ni
sei 1 up between the head and foot br a d
like the letter A in the at habet The
m sery of this uncomfortable position
woutu not be nceesnry wore tho beds
of a decent wdth for with a wide bed
everiifittvas not or suillcitht length1
he could la cornering or he cfould
tin 11 over on his sdo and double up
w thout projecting his knees and his
feet in o the cold air outsde of the mat
tress German beds almost without ex
ception ate single yes very single
so much so that the occupant if he at
tempts tq deviate au inch or two from a
hoijiqntal posit ion finds jiimself snrawj
Uij on thq floor Ihe slieets beu olank
ets etc are ftiadc just t6 lit the bed
and are never wide enouh to tuck
inM They are seldombut an inch or
two wider than the fpattres and it jre
ciuires tlo skll and experience oC
an acrobat especially with a foreign
er1 id kee i tho ried clothes evgnly
balKiced over iiim And then the
grUmblors grumble at the pillows which
they declare areelther tpo large or too
small too hard or loo s ft and that tlie
only peopo who know how to make
comfortable pillows and who have
thdm are the Americans Many of the
hotels and boarding houses hero adopt
the Frcnqh pillow which is about half
tho size of the mattress and stuffed out
so hard and plump that tho onlv bene
fit tho tired traveler gets from it is to
have it servo as a rest forliis back while
ho s oops in a sitting position The
majority of pillows however found in
Germany aro made wedge shaped of
tho same material as the mattress and
come to a point near the centor of tho
bed On thesd tho feleonet if he sleeps
rests on an inclined plane and looks
like a body on one of the narrow planks
in the morgue at Paris with a sheet
thrown over it I think it would bo
difficult to find a bed in this country that
vvouh niiipuro oVOrlivf W6t tenf or six
feet at most between tlio head and foot
bowdf and M for a wide doublo tcd
ttittHtmnf InMUniiihVhlfcK is sUid1 t
haVo belonged itosomcr King ortbaVori1 of
olirSiT time Dresden Cor Springfield
Mass J Republican

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