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VOLUME 2 MAYSVILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1882. NUMBER 31.
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HOLIDAY GOK !
Call and examine our IMMENSE stock of '
goods suitable lor I
ilULIUM J M&LNI&.
... m. . . a ,
V d 1 J : 4 fc
Larger Stock Than .Ever Before
J. C. FECOB, & CO.,
STAPLE AND FANCY
GK OC EKIEB,
Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Queensware, "Wooden
vnro, Qlasswarp, JNotIons,.fccu Blghept price
palu'iorCottntry Produce. Goods delivered to
any part of the city,
Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets,
np!21yd MAYSVILLE. KY.
bflioff'UHl tour, .AH diftreoMtTie la
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)SK BinUfiHUJ ECTOWOttnll
ftBvoiJto'ciA MOT (WtfMS
mf i it av T..L;iJ,k'uovi'.,JL'j
SIB Heo Street, OtaelBBsUt .
Prist Hollr Scroll Saw with titru
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For power, purity of tone,bi Jlllancy of touch,
beauty oftiujhh and durability ithas no equal,
The xno6teminent pianists pionounceit,
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
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L. JF. MET.ZG.EB.
MANAGER, Branch office, Maysville, Ky
:Also, Tho Matchless:
A full supply of pianos and orguj?s cor stnnt
ly on handi Correspondents, promptly answered.
.Payment easy. sep26d&wlv
T. B. Fulton. ,E DAVIS.
mvs&s & Mps,
n Manufacturers of -
0HJJ3 lALliEY MILL'S
Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff.
ft for byjll goTn thocity.
AtJIi D. ANDERSON,
ATo. 21 Market 8t.ncarly opp. Central Hotel,
Office 0t at all Hours. MAY8VILLE. KY
J ASH SALLEE CLAKlyCE L. SALLEE.
And Real Efttnto AKnts
OFFICE ON COURT STREET
seplOdly MAY8VILLE, KY
P. S. MYERS,
Groceries, Hats an (Caps
Boots andShoesQueenswore and Hardware,
Highest cash price paid for urain and Country
Produce? - 3ylBd v ftiTromyjilN
m3U' -L !? O DEC IE J3
-J. I3ALLENGER at Albert's China
Store adjoining Wulllngfoid &
Cos Bank iGnid
to suit all tastes and purses at
CHIN MJ Ja. .t J A .
my5dly No. SO, JBast Bpcond street. ,
THE .BEST ;FdVE,CJET,OJ.GAR!H
h'T VfiW Witp
FOR SALE AT
J. K3. .Eecflr ...Qp.'s
r '.' 5f , tit
Bep27d&wfim Drug .Store.
Bai:g&ins ! Bargains ! !
LET not your hearts be troubled. We are
still here and will sell you more goods tor
the same amount of money than any other
house in theolty, We are determined to close
mit oiU'Qut!r'stocc 0f goods by the 1st of next
Aprll.'and will offer to CASH mtYfcltB creat
inuuceraents. Among our mock is a laige
lliib or'reacjy mad '4 ' ?
CltifHlNG)' OVERCOATS, ETC.,
wltloiwe offer at Vrlme cost! t?hllcfronfs wool
sucks at 50 and 75 cents. Hoods at 40 cents,
These goods! are worth double IhO' money we
aslc for them..
jWahaveulso a fresh line of Christmas goods
and toys1 without number, which we are
coutri worth fl. Bohemian decorated vases 25
cents h -pain ATlarge.lot of dnpanefce goods at
lessthan half their vnluoj Anlmmensestockol
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''fll. t"W tW5 CT1 l.fff
At J(t.'lOir tfck'Sf'laidl fatiU children's
shoes is v.$n' large tuid ollfiustqm rpade. Also,
a blu line orlAdloUhawtriftnneadUiKew York,
all fresh goods whict wo are offering at cost.
iven's mil reguiar'undersfnrTB at 7ft cents per
pair, nxiAtaL,ana RQots jit rQpkopuom prices;
Four Dbulinjen collars MS oftiftT capdS Vvery
class mammoth country store, . C all early and
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SWT J.A. JACKIDN ,0l.
i .ll 1 tin .- ftrvoanif Aft t.IH.n ...
Mnysliek, Ky DecemtterilfelfilL pfV
noorinir tUATTUA lnflfintM u
-FOJ? A WARmifU.
I can tell Just how it happened, though it'a
fifty years ago. ' '
And I sometimes Jhink it's curious that I can
For though things that lately happened slip
ray mind, and fade away,
lam surothat I shall never lose tho memory
of that day.
Job was coming to Thanksgiving so ho wrote
us in the Fall;
Ho was Kxra's oldest brother, and his favorite
o thorn nil.
We'd boon kc'fMng house since April, but 1
oi)u'dn!t aVyays toil
When my would bo flaky, ortho poultry
roast ul well;
So I fait a little worried if tho truth must bo
At thj) th pght of Ezra's brother coming as our
Just a week before Thanksg'ving Ezra rodo
one day i town, -
As I needed things fov cooking flour and
sugai1, whitd arid brown;
And 1 worked, like any, braver, all the time ho
was away, .
Making in then' and stewing apples for
,TJng,ioIday. ,. . (
1 wa? hot, and tired, and nervous, when he gal-
. lop"d Horn nit njght w, : i.,',
All that d iy iny work ad plagued me, nothing
fte&nediogo Jtist YVht. " i l"
IleroVti th four, Luc ndy1 said ho; "It's tho
i' H.JbospthowlAM'tjlY'''; - .' . -
I forgot Hie Fugar, but Tvo brought
- L'riftu'&tt of bVAWntMi ' ,
"You'ro a ipoU'v, I,cr)ed In fury, and the tears
bfgafitif fall;'' ' " ' " -: i
uRido ten miloft to do an errand, and forget it
., after ad 1".
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I was cross and clean discouraged, as I thought
h'QAi)rned;)i(p)ihitQ as marble vfhen ho
heard m6.speakint so. '
Not a word bemhliri'jandwer ibxxt ho started
for tho door,
And in less than half a minute galloped down
the itntd'onSO more. .
Then I nearly cried my eyes out, what with
griof iiniL fear ;mq shamo; ,
Ho VKSjood ahdJkindnd patient; 1 fwas U1
the one to blam. i .( j .' t
And tho lours wore on till midnight,, and my
;i ' hftjrf iic?emfcu tUrriJwi xm stona; ) v- f
As I listened for his comjng Wbfl ?athoro
With tho daylight came a neighbor; "Ezra has
. been hurt," ho SMid; " ' "
'Tountiibesiacrthp toad unebnsfcious; talfcn
up at first fordead,;
Just behind him came four othcra, with 'am
t iden.slowlybrouflrhr J j ' !,t imD
As I stood and dumbly watched them you can
guess of urrtBouwtr "
J M r' 1 I i 'lift: jfi
Oh, tho days ijnd Ught that followed! tizra
- : 1 ved, but thfttWilB dll: ' i
And.withtcttr!csi'ofco8I :wUted for thp worst
thavnightbefalL r , .
WanderWfg'ln U wild 'delirium, broken phrases
n? oxoifiitidtthfm m i 'i o ''
Dropped from, fevered lips, and told mo, what
'hid Mnfm thoughts had btien. '
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So Thankglyfng dawned upon us. Job camo
t early; shocked to meet
Such a broken-hearted woman for tho brldo ho
bqped to grppt.
Not a yofl wo epokn together in that hushed
(and Shadowed room; .
Where wo waited for the twilight darkening
down tp deeper jrjoora ;
For tho doctor slud that morning: "There, is
If ho lives till after sunset, I, perhaps, can pull
hira through." "
Just as (lye o'clock was striking, Ezra woko
and fceblv stirred; ' ; '
"Did you g't the sugar, darling?" won? tho
word4 I faintly heard.
How I or()d! Yoh Cfuf t imagine how 1 felt to
Or to soo his look of wonder as I bent to kiss
Well, Tyo told a long, long story Ezra's coming
up tho walk-But,
l'voh a a purpose in It; 'twasn't Just for
Don't you think, my dear, you'd bettor mako
your (iitarrei up with lray?
It may world of ltrounlPt and it's near
Thanksgiving Day.Cirfetfcm Union.
It is stated that $5,000,000 will
barely cover the ' damage which the
Italian Government faustr make ffbod! - in
Ahrf inundated 1djstriqt$, jip vtjipi .form iof
icoHdsy 'btidges;Undl pubJiot.jbiilingg,
the sufferersoJt unl wnwf ;; m 10
it Ir..! imUtwt imZT .lirfk ' i
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. is authori to, &p
itatement that a New .JkMGcMtstidU
rorir BtTt ... ' T illt :iikr; iM&'PmkiiwmwmfimoW
.78 s;i t W iffTO jn r4irwfti i; tjf'Vitb;
The Composition of Sewer-Mas.
Tljra term has boon employed a ,lono
time by rhom.sts, sanitarians;
flhd others, to jndusate tlT ord.n.iry
emanations Irom sowers; but rerentlv
certain guntlemon have taken exceptions
to the term, denying that there is any
such ,t)iin as sewor gas "having a peculiar
and definite composition." This
is unddubto Uv true, and it is probable
that no intelligent man or educated
physician oyer thought otherwise.
What has been callo I sewer-gas"
is composed o air, vapor and gases in
constantly varying proportions, together
Avith lining germs vegetab'e and
aninjal aqd mjnuto particles of
matter. In short, it is, composed
of whatever is suitielcntly volatile
or buoyant to lloat in the atmosphere,
and1 in consequence o' which
buoyancy it is permitted to esca o
throuxh the various sewer-outlets. The
term is, in this sense, well understood;
and it is, moreover, just as correct as
would be the term? sewer-air, which
some have chosen to substitute for it.
It is proper here to add that the
siveness 'of 'odors is no test of
4lubrlty, but1 that the most 'fatal germs
rarelo ten conveyed in an atmosphere
.y)ii,ch is odorless. The absence of
plesant Q(lorsf;therofp;e, furbishes tno
proof, (ihat the air does not coiainshwer
eraanatiohsi Dr.1 Vrank IT. 'Hamilton,
Hn Popular Science 'Monthly. !:.
German Colonization '
n a recent tpmher of Jfnscre Zcit
Gerhard Rohlifs remarks1 that alttiough
tHIies'tyor Mstablishing detman
Vol6tflei x.ist imivohjAlly acknowledged,
no: practical Bawtms yet btfen giyjoftto
Wlp.BFPpc pi esoijsnng unjmanu
that while Lngjishnien,. Frenchmen,
mijanV'ISpAfeWi Vnd Dutbliffib'Sllro
"cHfittimU add he1 to' theiicoroniiil m
Sessions 1 they Germans alone1 - h&vcno
t?pppjps tp prpvjde for their surplus
tiQimlatiQii. He. nanus out that, the re
are still manv vast districts without a
feifcll as : Ncw
Citiiriea ami parts bt the Alrican Continent-.'
on wJiQsd coasts thet'o are wide
,rjegions,in, which cpmniew al, .factories
could be established, qnd could sepre as
outlets for tlio prbdtictiPris of the rich
inluiitl distrcts. hfortunatelv, l ho
adds; German meMchants do not like to
efjtab ish JacMries in. places where que
lm to. wait several years before obtaining
a profit. German triple is most enterprising
in the Han e towns; but even
there tile firms- have branches only in
territories which have been already
by some other European Power.
Kot a single factory has been
established oh any unocupietl territory.
Oei'rtuiiis settle in Amor en, in Australia,
in Oh na, m Japan, and in Africa; but
only after others have pstjib ishod an or-de
Iy and regular .statp of things there,
lorr Rohlfs further speaks, with much
litterhdss, of the heavy sacrifices of
money and labor1 which are made every
year by German explorers in Africa,
without producing the slightest practical
result. li," ho con 'ludes, 4 (TJer
many Is to derive any advantage from
the -sums- which it ecptiu'ds Jenrly'for
the exploration of Africa, the activity
ofc the German African, Society should
bo restricted exclusi ely $o jthpse
twliioiit being as .yet unoccupied
lVf Any'btKfcr Eittbjiian Power,1 tilti'My
Jhopesomday to 6btJaitf fdr herself" '
MiY ' nil J'r ' i ft tft ' i u
corp9nondont, of $be fiQci$jic
.camp on the mountains in the