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44 HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY."
VOLUME 2. MAYSVILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 22, 1883. NUMBER 103.
Vnnccburg', Homo, Concord, Munclicw
tor ami .UuyNVillo Inlly INickef.
IANI Y Bkuoe KEnKN,Cnpt.
H. L. MliUCK. (.'lerk.
Leves ..., i. vaiieeuurR .. ... ..... r.......illl.. tiaiiy ui
a&333a Leaves Mnsvlllent I:Wj o. in'
Goes to Rlphy Mondays. Wed' esdnys ami
Friday. Coi moots at Manchester with stage
for V est Uti. on. For freight or passage apply
(.iliicliiiiatl, rorfNin mil, lilt: Hnmly V
Poiiioi y tw,kt Company.
JOHN ICY LIS, President.
Lkwis GiiKNN. Seuictmy and Treasurer.
ami O. It. It. IMI'KC'r.S
For Huntington, .and till way
TELEGRAPH, Mondays and Thursdays 6 p.m.
FLEETWOOD, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 p. in.
UOBTONA, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 5 p. in.
Portsmouth, all Mall and Way Landings.
BONANZA. Tuesdays, Thursday Sal'ys, 12 in.
Mnysvllle, All Mail and Way Landmus.
MORNING MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted)
uineinnau j::u a. in. Aiaysvnio, i p. in.
lv l r leignt received on
boat. U, M. TIOLLOWAY.
A of the celebrated
JnBt received. Call and get, one for less money
than yoa ever bought a Wagon.
aus'Ally M ALL fe RILEY.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Tlie M8t rincceHMfiil Itcmeily ver discovered,
hh It Is ceitain It ith ellecis una does
not blister. HEAD PROOF UELOW.
FromRfev P. N. GRANGER,
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District.
fcT. Amians, Vt., Jan., UU, I WO.
JDn;B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In reply to
your letter 1 will say that my expeileneo with
'Kendall's Spavin Clue' has been vory satisfactory
Indeed. TL'ree or four yeaisago I
a bottle ot youi agent, and with it, cured
a horse ol lameness caused by a spavin. Last
season my horse became very lame and I
turned him out lor a lew weeks when he be-came
better, but when 1 put him on the road
Lo grew worse, when I disco vend that a
was fotining, I procured a bottle of Ken-dell's
Spavin Cure and with less than a bottle
cured hiin so that he Ik not lame, neither can
the bunch be found. Respectfully yours.
Perseverance Will Tell.
Stkougiiton, Makh., March 10, 1830.
U. J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In Justice to
you and myself, I think I ouht to let you
know that I have removed two bono spavins
with ' Kendall's Spavin Cure,' one very large
ope, don't know how long the spavin had
been there. I have owned the horse eight
months. It took me four months to take the
largo one olFand two for the small one. 1 have
ubed ten bottle. The horse Is entirely well,
not at all still, and no bunch to ho seen or (elt.
This is a wonderful medicine. It is a new thing
hero, but if It does for nil what it has done for
u Us will he very great.
Respectlully youis, Ciias. E. Paiuckr.
KENnAiL.'sSl'AviNC'UHElHMueln Its effects,
mild in its action as it does not blister, yet it Is
nonet ration and nowei iul to reach a every deen
Heated pain or lo remove any bony growth or
other enlargement, such ns spavins, splints,
curbs. callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness
and all enlargements ot thejoints or limbs, or
rheumatism In man and lor any purpose for
which a Hutment is used for man or beast. It
la now known to bo tlio best liniment for man
ver used, ucting mild und yet certain in its
Send address for Illustrated Circular which
think gives positlvo proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever .met, with such, unqualified
iroocesB to our knowledge tor boast as well as
- x K v ,
Price SI. per bottle, or six bottles for 15. All
iKU,QGiBTa have It or can get It for ypu or It
"Wfll m feiitto My, ftddrfcef onVWeiyf of price
:vf ih prorletbrfe. DR B. J.- KENDALL A
tfe. KMtourj FWii, VMmihki! 'U.
T AS. n. HA JiLKK. CLARENCE I.. SATEK.
Kullcc fc Salloc,
ATTOIINEYN AT B.AW
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Court Street, (oplOdly) MAYSVILLE, KY
M F, UAftSlf.
ATTOUKKY AT lAlV,
Justice of tlio Pence,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. Nocharpes
whatever unless asale isconsuminutcd. Deeds,
mortgage Ac , written at rates .as low as any
one's. Oillco Library Jiulldlug, Sutton street
p.VUL J). AKDKKSON,
A'o. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hours. MA YS VILLE, AT
and SILVERWARE at
No. 43, Second Street, Moora West of Market.
P. S. MYERS,
Boots and Shoes, Queeusware and Hardware.
nigni'Mi uuhu unce ijuiu iui uruiu uuu vniiiwi v
S. WlU.V Jyl6U M. OLIVET
G. W. GEISEL,
So. 0, yv. Second St., IJ. Ojicrn llonac,
respectrully faolleited. jHdlv
Baker and Confectioner
FRESH OYSTEZIB A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY In the city. Orders tor wedding und
parties promptly attended to. myodly
T. J. CTJULEir,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps constantly on hand Bath Tubs. Water
riosets, Wash Stands, Force und Lift Pumps,
Wiougnt Iron and Lead Pipe, Globe Augloand
Check Vaivos. Steam and Water Gauces. Deal
er In the celebrated Calumet brand oi Sewer J
and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended
to and all work wurrantetf. Seeoud street, two
doors abovo Geo. T, Wood's. il(U13m
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
myOdly GEORGE HEISER.
Manufacturer and Inventor of
"I" 1 XX 5 S E- S
Made Double or Single for men or boys. Address
cureT.K. Ball & Son,
apHdawly Mnysvllle, Ky.
J. C. Kacldey & Co.
Dry Goods, Gfdberids, BdbtShoes,
Hats Caps and Clothing.
Goods always whwt.ther 'fire reccommended
lo b. Main Street; Germkntowu, Ky.
Pcnrl Fishing In (lto Indian Ocean.
Yho.n cholera and its attontlant
foroed us to abandon the trip to
Bagdad, wo lost a ohanco of seoing
tho pearl fisheries of tho Persian Gulf.
Hero again in Ceylon wo wero fated to
miss tho sarao coveted sight. Tho location
of tho pearl banks is tho "Bay of
Condatchy, less than a hundred and
fifty miles north of Colombo. Deapito
tho magnitude of this interest, which is
a State monopoly, no town of any extent
marks tho favored vicinity,
and tho surrounding landscapo is
parched, flat, and inhospitable Yet
when it is announced, after an
official inspection, that fishing will bo
permitted during certain months, usually
in tho spring, the lifeloss place becomes
all animation. A groat Hoot of boats
gather from tho neighboring coasts,
and a multitude of natives como from
At a given signal, that all may faro
equally well, the exciting work begins.
Hundreds of divers, ready with thoir
sinking stones, ropes, and baskets, instantly
plungo into tho soa. In a moment
they reappear, breathless from tho
long immersion, with thoir baskets full
of tho peculiar mollusks which bear tho
preoious goras. Then another set descend
into tho depths, each craft having
several, and so on till tho boats aro
laden. Tho dlvera aro sometimes attacked
by sharks and obliged to uso
thoir knives in defense.
Whon tho oysters aro landed a division
is made. Tho boatmori receive
either a third or a fourth as their share
(I arii in doubt which), while tho Government
gonorously takes tho remainder.
Those belonging to tho colony
aro at onco disposed of at auction, in
lots of a thousand. Tho result of theso
sales is, of courso, an assured revenue,.
But such is not tho position of tho
buyer. His purchase is distinctly a
speculation. There is no certainty that
it will yield in pearls enough to exceed
tho amount of his outlay. Ho could bid
for unclaimed dxpross packages with
equal hopo of profit. A hundred oystord
may not contain a solitary pearl, and
yot two or three might bo found in ono
Tho mollusks aro allowed to putrify
in the burning sun, and aro then carefully
washed, to oxtract the dainty jewels
from tho foul dross. During this
odorous process tho owner must be over
vigilant, or his workmen will roliove
him oi tho choicest treasures. In truth,
pearl fishing, liko mining for diamonds
and gold, is for all concorned a
occupation. Singapore Cor. Phila
Water For Sheep.
How many farmers totally neglect
providing water for thoir Hocks, except
in very hot summers, whon grass and
everything besides is burnt up? Hut
there can searqely "Do a doubt that pure,
fresh water ouglit to bo always within
access of a Hock of sheep, whether llioy
aro thought to want it or not. Tlio
most experienced and observant of
shepherds can not always tell when
this ought to bo furnished, for some
un'mals may bo in a condition to
it and others not, '.l ho only sale
rule to follow, therefore, is never to allow
tho deprivation to bo experienced
by providing water, so as lo be within
ready siccofs tit all times This is what
Mr. Robert Russell, the successful
breeder of sheep in Kent, does: Ono invariable
rule which ho followB, both in
summer und in winter hoing nover to
allow any animal on hfs j'ai;m to go a
sjnglq day throughput the yqar, without
having ready accoss to two things
juro frpsb.t water and salt, London
Farm and Home. ,
'A Mountain Springtime.
Spring in .all latitudes and longitudes
is, indeed, a delightful season. It is
more especially so hero near tho place
where wintor is stored up for use almost
the entire year. Hero in the neighborhood
where the remains of Sir John
Franklin wero found, hero whore a man
has to wear a seal skin cap with ear
mull's, on tho Fourth of July, spring,
gentle spring is more heartily welcomed
All nature is glad at thi season of tho
year and at this elevation. The booiable
little cactus comes forth in tho gulches
while in its bosom tho bud is swelling
which in Juno como forth in its tropical
brightness. Meek little cactus, emblem
of quiet submission, emblem of a reluctant
spring. Coy and shy, modest and
reserved at times, let not the fresh and
gentle stranger undertake to crush thee
with his person.
bpnng in tins torrid climo reaches us
about June, and even at that time scorns
uncertain and lacks that decision of
character which marks tho season farther
away from tho open polar' sea than
Jt is at this season that tho mountain
streams aro turned into the irrigating
oanals and go laughing adown the green-fringed
ditches ot tho town, kissing, tlio
oyster can and with a gurgle of satisfaction
dallying with tho stiffened remains
of tho holiday corset.
Out in tho sun-kissed hills and over
the mellow distanco where the gray sky
lingers lovingly on the mountains, the
graceful little" cottontail is bounding
athwart tho glorious landscapo. On beyond
him the eye catches tho swift yet
noiseless movement of tho coyote. Jn a
moment tho cotton-tail and the eoyoto
will have melted into each other like a
beautiful dream, and tho coyote will bo
on the outside.
In the greenish-gray foreground of
this beautiful picture, underneath
boughs of the sage-brush, the
is laying her eggs. Wo will
not disturb her thoughts. Tho intellectual
strain which it requires to lay ah
sgg should not bo harshly broken in
upon by the oaroless and thoughtless
Across tho stretch of level plain and
the green divide, tho summer zephyr is
sighing, and on its heaving bosom ifc is
bearing the seductive odor of tho sand
lily, tho alkali buffalo wallow and tho
ioceascd Texas steer.
Spring, sweet-scented advance agent
Df summer, you aro once more among
as. Beautiful spring has come. Ny'va
The Miinllost. ciieitlnr miv in pru
uo i- a tinv disk about tho i.M of .t
live cent-nickel, wlroh is employed for
cutting the slits in gold poi.s. They are
about a thick as ordinary paper, and
revolve some 100 times por minute.
Thoir high velocity keeps them rigid, notwithstanding
their oxlremo thinness
An Affecting Scene.
An Austin young lady, who has enjoy
ei I I ho julvan,'iges of a classical
on at a Northern fomalo college,
happened to bo at homo when her aged
grandmothor was strickon down with a
latal illness, Tho entire family gathered
around the of tho o'd
lad, who, in a fceblo voico, said
; Good bye, to you all, 1 am givino
ter por out."
'(Jrundmothorl" exclaimed the young;
ladv, in a tragic, tone of voieo, " plea q,
don't Hiiv that Don't say you aro
gwirio to peg out. S&y you aro gol'ngf
toexpird, o'r'tliat Vou eohtrihiplato
dissolution, it sounds so
much better," Texas Sifting.