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THE BOTTLE IMP,
AVoioe Speaks from Within a
Mammoth Obampagno Bottle,
And Gives Points on the Ins And. Ontu
of tho Perambulating Advertising
Now York Bun.
TJiocllcIcd ncckof acontrlvnnco fasbtonod
in.thp.stmtlltudo of. a champapuo bottlo towered
above tho Loads of tho thronic In Sixth
avenuo. A pair of lega protrudod from the
bottom. Halfway up, on tho sldo which
faced In tho direction of Its progress, was o
small opening, with a grating across It.
Stopping alongside, the reporter rapped neat
'"WnoVi thcror' canio a cbnllengo In hollow
tonos from within.
Tho respouso, "A friond," suggostod itaolf,
and was spokon.
"What do you wantr said tho voice
"Want to ask how you liko this thing."
Tho bottlo becanio communlcativo, and as
it toddlod along up tho avonue tho voice
Bald: "It all depends on tho weathor. A man
"IWptands tho business will accommodate
himself to the season Ho will tolo a ban-nor,
or, may be, carry a lettered umbrella or
wear a painted llnon dustor during the
heated term, tako to boards whon the
season of raw northeast winds conies
on, and go" into a bottlo for the
wipterijjpoards is hotter than banners in
cold weather. Tho wind always blows up or
down the street, so a follor Is pretty well
protected. inost of thotimo. Whon ho comee
to a crossing if he finds tho wind whistling
ncroes pretty sharp, he can walk edgeways,
and protect himself. But In cold
weather a bottlo is as much tiottorthnn
boards as a beaver overcoat
is bettor than a liver pad.
'Thon, again, In hot weather, no man as
knows himself will go Into a bottle, unlosghe
happens to bo a chap as has soon a good deal
hotter days, and don't want to bo recognized
by his friends. Tako a ward politician in reduced
circumstances, frinstauce ho don't
want to bo soon carrying a banner or hotween
boardsV hots glad enough to go Into a bottle
for tho heated term. Thon there is once
in a while a chap as has reasons for sort o'
keeping mt of view, you know, and ho is
ready for a bottlo any Umo in tho year. 1
am t tolling no names, but I know a lmrty
what kopt away from tho poltco for a mouth
or more, till they gotoir his track, by doing
tho jMfflo act Ho used to toddlo along
tho avenno, right by tho side of tho detectives
who waa looking for him. Ho wasn't
"?yof ysur sort, but lived
like a fighting cock carried a bottlo of tho
best old stuff In his coat pockot, lunched on
boned 'sardines ;when ho was loatlng along,
and smoked real Havanas. Tho smoke f Oh
that was all right. Ho blew it out of tho
lookout, and, if anybody saw it, they thought
it Just curled up from tho cigar of somebody
elso who was passing.
"Wo ain't all so toney as this chap was,"
tho volca wont on;" but wo manage to have
a good many comforts. My cupboard nin't
very reploto with luxuries, but I can offer
you a hunk of gingerbread, half a sandwich
and a clay pipe of tobacco. Generally
speaking, it ain't safo to llghtaplpo till dusk,
an tJcn you havo to careful when you
light up, ahd1 to hold your hand over tho
bowl when vnn muiU n., n. .i. .i..
bottle, holds the smoko In, and you can snuff
it up half a dozen times before it gets out.
"Heavy!" the voico said, in response to an
Inquiry? "Not very. You see this thing Is
made of a sort of oil-cloth over a skeleton
like a hoop skirt Tho whole business dont
wolgh much more than an ulstor. For a
rainy day there ain't nothing liko it No
mattef how hard it
pours you're dry as a
bask. Another advantage of being in a
bottle when tho weathor is Miltablo is that
you can go against tho wind about as good
as with it presonU a smooth and rounding
surface, and you dou't get blown all over the
sidewalk m you do with big flat boards.
nr S a ,." fa S01 onouK" for mo till next
May," Mid tno voice at parting. "Come
around and call again during the winter. If
I don't recognize your knock, just sing out,
and I shall know your voice."
Monopolists and Monopoly.
It J. Burdotto.
A monopolist isn't necessarily a millionaire.
Ho, la .simply tho man who holds tho
it b derived from two Latin words,
mtrab dad Polo, meaning tho man at tho pole.
VBdJtihalraaa" with tho pole, you know,
Knocks the persimmons. Ho may knock a
"million of tbmn, or ho may knock only two,
but? whild ho is knocking you don't get any.
Hence, iriy son, a monopoly Is a prosperous
combination .of which wo are not one.
Thls'mak'oslt very wickod, avaricious, and
When wo goHnto It it ccasos to bo a monopoly,
and becomes a union, a brotherhood,
a firm, an association or corporation. This
change of title also involves a great moral
change, and.it becomes a mighty englno of
vyiiy? 4veiopor 0t our couutry's
factor in tho national prosperity,
and all that sort of thing.
A monopoly is a thing which it is hard to
Ir you live to bo 35 years qUI and haven't
been able to get into any othor monopoly by
that time, I would ad viso you to go to tho
North P61e and start an saloon.
The Latest About Hitting: Hull.
(St James Gazette.
You were quito right (a conwspondent
Bays)' in remarking on Monday that "for
Wuderful stories we must read Lo Figaro."
The. story .recapitulated in your noto was
a wondorful ono; but It has boon improved
upon since. A redskin of high position
had, so it seems, boon converted in his
childhood to Christianity ; and ho was brought
to England In order to bo educated at Eaton,
" whore tho birch was, and wo bellevo still
is, in full swing." This form of government
at the" "Alma Mater" boing distasteful to the
young Indian, he lay in wait for tho master
who had inflicted it upon him, got him to
the ground and scalped him. This incident,
the chronicler of Le Figaro Ingeniously adds,
awated great sensation about forty years
ageg'jLM. young redskin, who had for a
,lon4 fm$ Jjogi Joet sight of, has boon identified
as no other than Bitting Dull, one of tho
loading Indburchteff in tho United States.
Advlro to Matthew Arnold.
Now York World.
Mattbow Arnold does not promise to bo a
MecjBftaj asJafpectorer" in this country. He
mixes too ibuch sweetness with his light In
other words, hla voico is too confidential for
tho people on the back seats, who havo paid
money and who want to hoar tho ends
Sob lofty sentences. Wo are accustomed
to bear public speakers howl in this country,
and our publio balls are largo and full of
draughts. jMr. Arnold should throw his ohost,
MiW hladlbudk and let his voice rido tho
blaU otherwise 'otir pcopld may not all bo
come acquainted with tho groat thoughts that
rise in bUu.
It doWloost a great deal lo subsist tho
i rri imhii i inilT i im
Bprendltfarnnd Wide that I havo the best and OHKA PEST stock of
CHINA, GLASS and QUEtMARE
ever brought to Mnysvllle, which includes a largo lino of goods Imported expressly for tho
In nil style anil lit nil prhcsj elegant blnner and Ten Hols, BmoKlng Hotsi Mush and 'Milk
Bets, MaJoiIca Teu Bets, tine Cologne Bets, llbquo Flguies,
and VnrnofeleB"nt delRn. 1 bnvonn linmensestorkofTOYBwhlch will bosold at one-ball
lip lixiiul puce. ttWKveiy ono who bun Jl.ou orlh of goods will r.celve a olianroion a
niHgiiltlcmitUULu My pilcesare thelowost. J3. SITVEOU,
Knst side of Mnrket, 4 doors bet
received ! 5LwrXK."S holiday goods'!
ever bioiighl in Mnvllle, Mich iih ('lumber Ho In, Tea i lilmi Tujs,
.iiiniKiiiu rein, iiiiiuip miie U lushes, .Mush mid Milk Bets, Oat Meul HelM,
Jug Heis, Ac, deslgi ed lor tho
1 liuvu also n full line of Custom, Card Receivers, Cuke Uuskets, .luWL'l
Caskets, Hllver Plated and Holld
which 1 m vc been ninrked ut voiy LOW lluures. Merchants ol this aijd
iidlolnliiK countlex will find It lo llielrndvimlHuo lo call ana exaiulno my
sloe k heiorc purchnxliii; their IIoIMun GooiIh.
Gr. .a.. avtooLHTaEacaEa'sr, suttou st.
Large Siock !
and you want to see. "Seeing is
Believing." Come early and pick
out what you want. Mail orders solicited.
FRANK R. PHISTER
J. c. pecor &:co,
IN ENDLESS VVIXtlESXY
TKOVHLE TO SJIOW GOODS I
POLITE ATTENTION A SSURJSD '-n
CALL EARLY and SECURE BARGAINS.
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(HuccosHors to Cooper & lllKnet,
DcnlorN In NtovoH.ltuilKOH, Mnrllli(l
JHmilnl .mid nuiiiiiriiciiirerN oll'ln,
(opiu'r mill Iron Warn,
Bpoclul attention mild to tin rooniiiK. KUttoi
and upmitlnj:. l'mcllcal plumbers,
steam flUorn. WroiiRlil Iron and lead plpe&
4o. All work attendrd lo promptly mid
VB K. Hwvmd st., nOdly MAYBVlLLK, KY,
A I'INC'H A:0.,
GRAIN, TLOUR and .HEMP,
Cor. Third and Kutton atreet;
n. j mm,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
Court BU, HpliMly) MAYHVILLK, KY,
lUtilf1 DR. R.BRA1TB.
jnnni i .r ih. iquid
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ywnnwH7i w m Kiuiuvuwtti w wuviiiunuMi kihi) itwv
imloviil m1lal twit. tsA fall dMcrlntloQ of Iht txtUntit.
II Hotrrii Clahc Dr.. Cble.ro (El.
I.UI.h.il IMI;, ll till trulla i .11
Nrto, Ohronle KtmUI 41
inrftp.riijt.rvm.!. ai.tr., tia iin
I'pullfB. ffnaiul); or brlr tr.
K Dp. X,.a tli. only pbyiltlis U th
,. i 'fUf Vl wtfrmnu riraorM py. IM
I m ulutnUO book, ot.r I,Oot piWcrtpUau, II j tntlU ,
I Statft & Monroo st.t Chicago,
I for ImS im fwrfw, altt bufravinn,
1f iDttniiiMnu, BalU, CM Itelu
ftlaHila. rWnm JLlmora RlafTV .&
I mut wnry iwni cminu, titpwrn
Mnftwrwistiiviarfinrmriion inn r.i
uiimi ir Amiunr luuiufe mi iiiiim
IVk0k4 UAAtl MUM.
. I l WL
ifm Miuamujf miucjJCttiiv vuraiur
jictvoui vtvuity aua itxu'nw,
Zu ft TitnliU ana Vigor, or any
ertl rcsaltot Indlicretlon, ozceM,
ovqrwork. etc., lover forty
'poMtlvo cures.) B3T B nd
15c. tic pewtago on trial boi of
MX) villi. AdilrcHn,
Dr. M. "W. BACON, ror.riark St.
ilHi A 'Carorft
prracrtptlon of oat ofJM
BoninN nu aaaonnuiirwciaiuia in u u.cu
Inowntlradl Ibrtiiaeuraorjrarrowa OoHUUtft
fCiOtt Mttnhmaa, W and Xcmtt,' Hen
Addmt DR. WARD & CO.. LouWta. Ma.
111 I h
an.iftroniiottcuf. tor l'llm.
il'nco 91, at dnurglats, or
nt prepaid tj mall. Harnplo
from Vonthful Improdno, eantini '
Iforrtmt Uabuitr. Mantal ana
eat Waaknax. Valaabla Information
BfilU, DTjLa.OUn.Uoi 3U,Uhloaca
Electric Appliances tra sent on 30 Dayi' Trial.
Tff MEN ONLY, Y0UN8 OR OLD,
lirllO ara ufftrinz from Ninrooi Dbbiutt,
W Lon Vitautt. Lick or Niari roan axo
Viooa, Waitixo WuKMKSica and all Uiota dlteaMi
of aIziuoKiL NiTURi multlns from Abuse and
OTllia Ciuilt. Bpoedr relief and oompltlo
The frrandett dlioorerjr of tho Nineteenth Century.
Send at onoe for llluitratod l'.mphkt free. Addraia
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
AlAaSorries & Son's,
1 Second St.,
MAYSVILLE, KY. 1
Repairing promptly done by
H. M. WILLIAMS,
Tbo Moat Sncceaaflil Remedy
as It la certain lu Its ofluctu und Uooa
not blister. Read proof below.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Bamta Rosa, California, Feb. 0, 1883.,
I). J. Kknuali. S Co., Clehu: I teel lta
duty to otbera Hullerlng wltb tho piles ant)
lulling of tbo rectum lo write to you. 1 have
bad the piles and prolapsups oi tbo rectum
for five years, for Uio past ttitee years I have
hu Herod the most agonlctng pain. I tried
everything without relief, but after ten day's
use of Kendall's tJnavlu Curo. I
or heard o( tho pile since. Que who has not
suffered as I havo cannot comprehend the
great Joy that I lelt at being cured o( a dlsonso
almost worse thuli death. 1 had a valuable
young liorso that bad a largo bunch gather.
on uis uieast uone. i tneu uiiKiudsof
muiiiM nnu uau it eui npqn wiinoui any benefit.
Haw vour advertisement ana bought a
bottlo of Kendall's Rpavlu Curo and ordered
nay teamster to uso au directed. In lass than
one week the lump bad ulsvuiipeuredThluk'
lug that a liniment that would do what Ken-dull's
Hpavln Cure baa done for my horn
might benefit more. I trlrd It as a laftlrcHort.)
With gratitude and best wlkhoa for your suo
oosm, I um faUltfullj yours,
J. II. GLENN,
On HUM Ay JHeaA.
VbvAV, Ind., Aug. 12th, 1881, i
Dn. U. J. Kenuali. a Co. Genu: Hauiple
of clrculau received lo-day, I'Jeuse send mo
some with my Imprint, printed on on one
side only. Tho Keudull's Hpavlu Cure lain
excellent demand wllli us, and not only for
animals, hut for, humai) ailments also. Mr.
Jos, Norls, one of the leading farmers In our
county, sprained an alklo badly, und know.
Ing the value of tho remedy for horses, tried
lion himself, and It did lar better than he
Imtl expected, CUied tho sprain In very
short order, Yours respectfully,
C. O. TlIlKllAND.
Price SI per bottle, or $ bottles for &. All
druggists have It or can g l It (or you, or It
will bo sent to any a' drew on receipt of
price by tho proprietor!, Da, BrJ. ICfnuali,
A Co., KiiOKburgb Kails, vt. Bend for
BY ALL B1UI0OIHT8.TWI
Cor. Sixth arid Walnut Sta,
oxaxr oxxsraxr .a. rx, o
Lkwiu Vanokh, Proprietor.
HENRY ORT, n yn
HuccoFsortaWIllTEAOHT, I III I I I III I I if
Headquarters for cJL V1J. J AA. J
Parlor, Bed-room, and- DiniiwoiiL,!
Easy' Chairs a Specialty.
i SUITS from $20to 8300. Large lines of WILLOW OOODS, KA8Y t H AHt"P.
UlClnclnnutlAillsllborally discounted, tiill nml Iwcnnvincd. i vsi nin n
iiMHM MAYSVILLE, Kv.
rftu visits .ana ,
KnronrrtKed by tho.lareolv Increasetl trnde I have had duilug the last year, and being do
termlned to further Increase It the coming year, I have taken Kiolnl pnli s In the selection
of my stock toft he fall Ud,lntertrdHln order llial I maybe fully prepared lo mwi tlo
wants o my customers In. every particular, My goiHlsarWall s.HimtoutiiilIty; pur
cliriaed from first hand for' cash, and I rink nothing In saving that I nm ircpnreil m
wllh any.liiinse In the city. I earry tl o .largest and nu.sl enmiilelu stock of
( ANN HI) GOODS In tlio city, all strictly standard and guaranteed to alve sallslaclloi.. .My
house Is headquarters 'or
POTJl.TBilP ?incl GAME.
and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, and I Khali want to buy during tho tall and winter
soeclullj lor my customers 6,iw0 pounds cho oo llutler, 10,01 ilnicu iiphIi Ri!hh. A.VO
Clilckeus,5,UAi besides all tlioOam., nil kunls, I can gel. Will
well Muierlud i.lock of Specialties lor tie holiday itaile. Auent mi A- i .'
SiTYUrau ofaTcP8 del'vered to all parts oMhe
i MAYSVILLE, KY.
Tliroo Particular Points.
Point the First. Brown's Iron Bitters is not an intoxicating
compound. It is a tonic medicine, not a drink. It is a skillfully
compounded preparation made to restore .strength and health; not a
beverage to be sold in barrooms and taverns.
Point the Second. Brown's Ikon Bitters is free from everything
injurious. The most delicate ladies and the most enfeebled
infants niay use it with perfect safety and with great advanur e.
VVhile it is powerful in its remedial agency, it is gentle in its operation,
restoring wasted strength and imparting robust health in the
most efficient manner.
Point the Third. Brown's Iron Bitters is made by the
Brown Chemical Company of Baltimore, a long established house,
whose reputation is well known to the business world and the general
community. There is no risk in buying such a medicine. 6
: Wholesale and rotall dealers In :
In order to supply the Increasing demands of oUr trade we aro continually adding to our
supply of Stoves and Tinware.
lMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW
having been recently purchased wltb a view to to tbo wants or this market, Cook Sloven of
the best makes Heating Stnvea In great variety. Mantels aud Urates of every kind always
on,baiHl,aud sold at tbo LOWEST UATEB. Call and examine our now stock
i 3qO73BX7Cr ft .XiX4X33NT,
Cornor Market and Tblrd Streets, Maysvllle, Ky.
FOR TWENTY DAYS I
-Wo shall givo a-
having-a number that must bo disponed .of to mako room for othors on
MyaDj Riley & Porter,
THE BEST PLACE
lug water trom a well or cistern.
STOVES, GRATESr MANTELS, lilNWARE, ETC.,
Blatterman! & ' Power's.
vr.KMij: ,nife Tkk
a child. Tho can sets'sons
Latest and rnoai Irnpipycd slyle ol Cooblnu xn Hlovr rniule nt M'bcflluii
Va,. of hoi blast charcoa (ron warranted not to bsvea jtlnule bnnreol orapln iliem." Tl
INCJ iMiIJ8 of all kinds mil the HiHtnnnlliv.
.W.B .. "."..' T.l -.
VKKEKEK Itkua no cnmnllpjilWinii hurnmi n.u ..... .
sonarwiy any where.1
STjT.:;,Jv5rJ'i.n'pllAVn'',HI,d Ktteellv. Hist mnde.
rVATKKr IKA,.ICwhlcb save half of the labor of draw-
Rl.T HKHAV.FANTUKINJ OVKwhlnh In Bilmlttixl hv.,ili. i. ...... . ..
Ia liav. nr. inu.lnv Ooll dhiI uu. II fl.ll mI & Hu ni..t ..J.. Z.i. .1 ' ",,w M.TBMIWH
" - I-"""" to. .w i nnu iw ui) nninur IUU WIBU HI llUy Or 1101.
BLATTRMAK Sc POWER,