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Cw) VENINft BULLETIN.
" HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAT."
VOLUME 2. BfcAYSVILLE, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1883. NUMBER lOO
Vuiiceburtf, Itomc. 'onoorl. SXniicliCN
(r mid .NaysvlMc Dully Pnckct,
R. L. Hiiuok, Clerk.
jjovcs vunceuurK uiiuy at
5 o'clock a. in. for Maysvllle.
Leaves Maysvllle at 1:80 n. in'
Goes to Itlpley Mondays. Wednesdays and
Friday. Connects at Manchester with stage
for West Un on. For freight or passage apply
Cincinnati, I'ortNin ntli, Illy: Sandy A
lomerny INicket. Company.
JOHN KYLE, President.
Lewis Olknn, Secretary and Treasurer.
V. and O. It. K. I'AdKKTS
For Huntington, romcroy , ami all way
TELEGRAPH, Mondays ami Thursdays 5 p.m.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 5 p. in.
UOSTONA, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 5 p. in.
Portsmouth, all Mall and Way Landings.
BONANZA, Tuesdays. Thursdays Sat'ys, 12 m.
Maysvllle, All Mall and Way Landings.
MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
Leave Cincinnati 4'M a. in. Maysvllle, I p. in.
Freight received on
C. M. HOLLO WAY,
A " the T.- A Tfc of the celebrated
Just received. Call and get one for less money
than you ever bought a Wagon,
augiklly M A LL & RILEY.
I M 1 IfiTA
M MM I'vV
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
The MoHt SneccHrttnl Kciitedy ver discovered,
as It Is ccitaln It lth eilects auu does
not blister. READ PROOF BELOW.
From Rev. P.N. GRANGER,
Presiding Elder of the St. A lbans DlBt rlcl .
St. ALBANS, Vt., .Ian., 20, lb80.
Dn. B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In reply to
vour letter I will say that my experience with
rKendali'Kfcpulnt ure' I as been very
indetd. t.i tour years ago I procured
a bottle otyoui agent, and with It, cured
a horso ol lumeness caused by u spavin. Last
season my horso became very laino and I
turned him out for a lew weeks when ho
better, but when 1 put him on the road
ho grew worse, when I dlscoveied that a
1 proem ed a bottle of Ken-dell's
Spavin Cure and with less than a bottle
cured him so that he is not lame, neither eau
the bunch be found. Respectfully yours.
Perseverance Will Tell.
Stiioughton, Mass., March 10, 1830.
U.J. Kendall & Co.. Gents: In Justice to
you and myself, 1 think I ought to let you
know that 1 have removed two bone spavins
with Kendall's Spavin Cure,' one very largo
one, don't know how long tho spavin had
been there. I have owned the horse eight
months. It took mo four months to take the
large one oft and two for the small one. I have
used ten bottles. Tho horso Is entirely well,
not ut all still, and no bunch to bo seen or felt,
This is a wonderful medicine. It is a new thing
hero, but if it does for all what It hasdono for
mo its will bo very great.
Respectfully yours, Ciias. E. Paiiker,
KENDALL'sSj'AviNCUHEiKsuroln Its effects,
mild in its action as it does not blister, yet it is
penetrating and powerlul to reach a every deep
seated pain or to remove any bony growth or
other enlargement, such as spavins, splints,
curbs. callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness
and all enlargements ol the Joints or limbs, or
rheumatism in man and lor any purpose for
which a liniment is used for man or beast. It
Is now known to bo tho best liniment for man
ever used, noting mild and yet certain In its
Send address for illustrated Circular which
wo think gives posltlvo proof of its virtues. No
remedy has over mot with such unqualified
Huccess to our knowledge, for beast a8 well as
Price SI. per bottle, or six bottles for 35. Ali
UnuaaiHTH have It or can get it for you or it
will hn Rent to . nnv . address on receipt of price
" .1 i w
ij the proprietors, mi. li. J. iL&nvAuucc
(O. Enosburgu Palls, Yormont. J27d.
TAB. II. HALLEE, OI.AIIENCE I,. SAIiLEF
Snllcc A Snllee,
ATTORNEYS AT I AW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Court Street, (seplfidly) MAYSVTLLE, KY
lt ft A J
M A, lt;i.liR
ATTORNEY AT Ij iW,
JiiHtico of tho Fence,
REAL. ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
.Will advertise and sell real estate. No
nsulo Is consummated. Deeds,
mortgage &c, -written at rates as low as nnj
one's. Olllce Library Building, Sutton street
TAUI, D. ANWEItSON,
Ko. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
OJJlce Open at all Hours. MAYSVILLE, KY
and SILVERWARE at
No. 43, Second Street, 3 doors West of Market.
P. S, MYERS,
Boots and Shoes, Queeuswnre and Hardware.
Highest cash price paid lor Grain and Country
Produce. Jyl5d Mt. OLIVET
G. W. GEISEL,
JVo. 9, W. Second M., Opp. Oporn House,
Fruits and Vegetablesin season. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. J14dly
Baker and Confectioner
FRESH OYSTERS A SPECIAITY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY in tho city. Orders tor weddings and
parties promptly attended to. myodly
T. J. CTrBXElT,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps constantly on hand Rath Tubs, Water
CIomjLh, Wash Stands, Force and Lift Pumps,
Wrought Iron and Lend Pipe, Globe Augleund
Check Valves. Steam and Water Gauges. Dealer
In tho celebrated Calumet brand of Sewer
and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended
to and all work warranted. Second street, two
doors above Geo. T, Wood's. UCdSm
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
myOdly GEORGE HEISER.
Manufacturer and Inventor of
T RU S SE S,
MadoDouWo orSln.. tom.n orjgg.. Ad.
caroT.K. Hall & Son,
J. C. Kacldey & Co.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoos,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always what they aro roccommended
to bo. Main Street, Gormantown, Ky.
A FLYING TRIP.
BY N. Y.
Mrs. Acker, and yours, until my funeral,
jxpected to have gone to the city last
Aeek, but we, didn't get there for the following
pesky reasons :
We were somewhat late for the train,
owing, so says Mrs.N. Y. A., to my inhorn
tarelessness"; hut I claim I contracted the
habit about tho time my wife became the
possesorof a marriage certificate.
Mrs. Acker was hustling around putting
on her duds, when she happened to think
that she wanted a pair of gloves which
had been left up-stairs, ar.d I must scoot
up-stairs and get the de&ired hand-squeezers.
The going up was as long in being accomplished
as the construction of the
Washington mounment, but the downward
motion! Scissors and shears! Wasn't
that expedient? But I hardly think I came
And now that I come to reflect over the
matter, I know I did not. No, siree, 1
didn't. I came down hard, very, very
hard, on the floor at the foot of the stairs,
ard there I sat investigating the lump on
the rear of my cranium, abrasion on my
elbow, and and but I'll not enumerate.
I received a souvenir from each step of the
The final objection upon which-1 bumped
was my hat, and it being what is commonly
designated as a of course
it was ruined beyond a possibility of resurrection.
Before serenity reigned again the hack-man
had nearly worn out the clapper of
tho door-bell, trying to make the Acker
familv understand that it was time to ad
journ tho debating-society. ,
We shook" dungs 'tip' lively and accompanied
bv a hat out of the rag-bag, tumbled
into'the hack and rattled away to the
depot, where we arrived just in time to
catch on the rear platform as the train
was moving out.
Mrs. Acker scrambled up first, and took
some seconds at it, and me grasping tho
rail, making frantic efforts to keep up with
the accelerated motion of the car, while
about every rod I would slap one foot c'okvn
upon the ground with the force of aeledge
hammer, with tho seeming result of driving
my heel up through the spinal column,
and taken up lodgings in the nape of my
Thus I went bravely oiv emulating the
antics of the mythical flying-eater of sauer
T-Ti ! wlinnn ! fto in. old.
I'll bet on yer," shouted an urchin, who
nwln rf tlin ftuLr
i a I-.. !.-
I was maiming uy mo diwo w. m n.nn.,
! while a mongrel cur came tearing, yelping
out, thinking my coat tails were a flock of
' geese, which he was in duty bound to
. fricrhtmi nfl.
J The cars at length gained such headway
, t.lmf. mv ip.p.t nnlv touched tho ground
on-e in every three and nine-tenths rods,
my hair was letting go of the scalp and I
breathed by jerks, when the brakeman
came out and hauled me upoii'the platform.
Just after I had succeeded in regaining
my breath, out rushed the conductor followed
by Mrs. Acker.
The conductor shouted :
"Are you this woman's husband?"
"I'll bo dod slivered if I am not: that
is, what there is loft of me."
" Well, then, gim'e your tickets."
"Haven't got any. I have just been
hauled on this gosh slammed car, without
time to say Jack Robinson, let alone
"Then I must have tho money."
I shoved my hand in my pocket and
pulled out my keys.
In my hurry I had lelt my purse at
home. , ,
I jumped upon my feet, and started at
Brassbuttons, who said :
" Come, come tickets or money."
" Well, darn my looks if I've cot either.
" Then you must get off at the next station."
"What!" shrieked I, in amazment.
"You presume to pretend that you aro
troingto put meoffthis train me, Nimble
Yankee Acker, esq. ?"
" Great Scott ! Why, sir, I'm a writer
an author, sir!"
" Don't know you. Come down with
the money or off vou go."
" Whew ! but -"
"Come the money. I haven't time to
be fooling with a hatless lunatic," Brass-buttons,
as ho slammed the door, through
which issued the titters of the passengers.
" Hatless!" I clasped my hand on my
forehead. " Good heavens, I am disgraced
We got olf nt the next station, and I
looked around for a conveyance to take us
home, but no one would let me have one
without the money.
Finally I came across a man who compromised
by driving us home, making mo
promise to pay him immediately after arriving,
and let him wear my nickel-plated
watch until he had tho lucre in his pav
I didn't feel like pushing the experiment
further, therefore did not try to buy
a hat, but make a turban of Mrs. Acker's
We met several parties on the road, and
were offten greeted with the exclamation:
" Gypsies, bv hookey."
Mrs. Acker declares she will not be good
enough to go to church again until after
next communion Sunday.
I am now convalescing.
The Homes of the Codfish.
Stretching1 for hundreds of miles
southward and southeastward of Newfoundland,
and sixty miles from shore
at the nearest po nLJa tho Grand Bank
of Newfoundland, that mystic tableland
of the sea, who.$o limits and nature
are still undefined. A little way
oceanward from its slopes the sea
reaches some of its greatest depths, and
within its boundaries are depressions
where tho fisherman's' anchor never
touches bottom. Old codlishers say
that the Grand Bank is tcad ly rising,
and that a few centuries will find it jutting
above tho surface. The Grand
Bank, with its adjuncts, is some six
hundred milos long and from two to
three hundred miles wide. The shallows
over it vary from ninety to four
hundred feet In depth. The Grand
Bank is, beyond comparison, tho finest
fishing ground in the world. For centuries
the fishermen have visited it, and
millions on millions of tons of codfish
havo been taken there, hut si ill tho
yield is undiminished. Sometimes for
two or three oars the fish will he
scan o. and the renort will spread
that the bank is "fished out,'1 when
suddenly a year ot unprecedented
ca dies will give the lie to the
notion. For about six months in tho
year, beginning with May, the codlish
swarm, not only over the Grand l'ank,
but, in le-ser size and numbers, along
the whole North An erican shore from
the latitude of No.v Yoikto an unknown
distance northward. They are toilful
from the eastern waters of Long Island
to tho furthest cxtromos of Labrador,
and even up lo the regions of e ernal
ice. What lures tho cod from tho ocean
depths to which ho goes in winter is not
corta nly known, but it is Mirmisod that
he cither follows up tho small shoro
fish or seeks the a sina'l red
berry that often grows on the weedy
bottoms whore tho cod is found. It is
also pretty well established that during
the summer visit shoreward the female
fish spawns. The immense race of cod,
far outnumbering all tho other largo
fish of the sea, is ac.ounted for by its
fecundity. Nino millions of eggs have
been computed as tho roe of a largo
specimen, and all tho codfish caught by
man aro a more cipher compared with
the billions, largo and small, swallowed
bv sharks and other fish of proy.