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v : -" The Children
BY THE "vilLA-az SCHOOLS ASTIB." . ; ;
When the lemons and tasks arc all ended,
And Ujc pcbool for the day is dismissed,
' TbelitCe enesg-atner around me
To bM me good night and be kissed ;
. I the HttJe white arma that encircle
Aly neck, in their tender embrace,
5 OJ the smiles that are haloe of heaven,
Shedding Etrnsbina of love on my face.
And wlicn Hicy aroruac, I nit dreaming
! 3 Vf nij ehiMhood, too lovely to last!
Of love that ray heart will remember
While it wakes to the puhe of the past
'.Ere the world aud ita wioheduo.se made mo
A paitner of sorrow and fin;
.When the glory of God was about me,
, .r.'Aiid ti e glory of gladness within.
0! my heart prows as weak as a woman's, .
'. And the fount of my feelings will flow,
' When I think of tho paths steep and stony,
.Whero the feet of tho dear onea must go;
Of the mountains of .-in hanging o'er them
v Of the tewpcsU of Fato Muting wild,
,0! there's nothing on ennh half s holy,
.' Aa Ilia innocent heart of a child-
Tliey are idols of hearts and of ltouf eholda
J- They are angels of God in dieguise; -
Tins suuligLt .-till sleeps in their tresses.;
Ilia glory Mill gleams in their eyes: ",
.O! those truants from home and from heaven, '
They have made mo more manly and mild;
Arid I know, now, how Jesus could liken
-:' .. The kingdom of God to a child.
I asi not a life for the dear one
All radiant, a others have dono,
But that Ufa may have just enough shadow
To temper the glare of the sun;
I would pray God to guard them from evil,
-. -But my prayer would bound back to myself.
j Ah! a seraph may pray for a sinner,
- . Bat a sinner must pray :or himself.
The twig ia so easily bended
. I have banished tbo rnle and the rod;
I have taught them the goodness of knowledgo
' - Tliey have tanght me the goodness of God;
- My heart is a dongeon of darkness
Wl ;ero I shut them for breaking a rule,
My frown is sullijieiit correction,
My lave is the law of the school.
I shall leave the old house in the autumn,
To traverse its tbrcshhold no more;
Ah! how shall I sigh for the dear ones
That meet me each morn at the dixr!
- 1 phall miss the "good-nights," and the kisses,
..And the gush of their innocent glee,
The group on the green, and the llowers
That are brought every morning for me.
J shall miss them at morn and at eve
Their gong in the school and the street;
I bhall miss the low hnm of their voices,
And the tramp of their delicate feet.
When the It-sons of life are all ended,
. And death says, 4,T he school i-i dismissed!"'
May the little one gather around me,
To bid me good-night and be kissed.
A letter from Texas to one of the leading
Manchester manufacturers, is published in
the Engliehed in the English papers. The
writer says Texas is in a flourishing condi
tion, and go many negroes have been brought
into the country during the war that labor
is abaodant, and a large cotton cropisgrow
iDg. He says the product of Texas the pre
sent year will be at least 5C0.C00 bales, but
he thinks the crop of the other Confederate
States will not exceed 400,000 bales.
The nerve f a tooth, not so large as the
finest sewiDg needle, will sometimes drive
a man to distraction. A mosquito can m ike
38 elephant absolutely mad. The corol
rock, which causes a navy to founei, is the
work of worms. The warrior tht h s with -stocd
death i'd a thousand forms may be
tilled by an icsect.
Why do hens always lay in the day- time?
Because at night the become roosters.
W. P. COONS,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE, west side Court St.,
anglSlS6i. MAYSVILLE, KY.
G E 67 W.WR OT El NT .
SECOND STREET, MAV9VILLE,
tt"Oi!ice at Mr?. Wroten's.
W. S. FRANK,
Attorney at Law,
TWPromvi attention oaid to Collccting.J
fubrnary lSth, 1S64.
J. K. SJMRALIi,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TTTILL practice in the Courts of Mason and ad
V joining counties.
OFFICE Wot-side of Court Street.
jan 15, lS'J?-lv
B. C. PHISTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OITICE ON TELE WEST SIDE OF COURT ST.
, m a ys vi r.LE,i;ii y;.
Angrr;l U ,1302.
s -" . " - o "...
REV. F. H. GREGG, A. M., Eector.
MBS. Mr G. CALDEE, Principal.
XIIE FTHST FEPSIOX r,r th's SCHOOL
L Fon jn;L, v.::i .r n oU
31 ON DAY, SEP.TEJIRLR.iTII, ISfil.
ILM.ti. CAl .DEP.. tl j frincir.nl. is 11 l.idv of
larye experience and v..rio.1 attt.innienU,
1 i;e pupils will ct;ot rrt c!:l-s privi.cL'Cs. The
branches taiitrht euiurnc' 1 :-i n t i r Mid Drawin":
t'r.-nch; .Music, Instrnmei.ti-d and Vocal. Pa?- j
t?c:;iar at'.eri'.ion given to the o.uinic.i: bra::clics. '
ll.e new School bmloiiiK is eligibly locate 1 011
Third Street, is easy cf access iu all Staifous of
the year, and possesses tho modern i i;:prove
rhnti for heating and venUIatinjr. The furni
ture of the School rooms is new and excellent.
Lt For tcrrt!. and other particulars, apply to
F. M. It l! ECU.
3Iuyville, Ky., Aiunst lith,
; LI. (J. LLO 1 1. " Wit. II. KICHa'kDSON
Lloyd & Eichardson;
. WHOLESALE DEALERS EM
. WINE S, LIQUORS,
TEAS & TOBACCO,
; M Eli CHANTS,
orrosiTK oopuAftn house,
if A ME UTS TULET, - - MA YSYILLE, KY.
7E WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL
VV jour attention to the abovo card, and
solicit a portion of your patronage, promising to
fill orders promptly and satisfactorily.
We have established ourselves for the pur
pose of inducing Merchants lo flvako their pur
chases here instead of elsewhere; and as onr
good.i arc bought imttcT from fiiist hanks in the
i:atcni Mail. el, by our Biokcr, wo make
this proposition to Met chants:
That we will duplicate any bill bought
iu Cincinnati, aud if goods are uot what
we represent them, they can be sent
back at our expense.
Wo have just received from the East
20 llhd. Choice new N. O. SUGAR;
tO " Prime " " "
oO Bids. Lovikino's Philadelphia REFINED
'; SUGARS Crushed, Granulated, Powder
ed and CoiTue A.
jO Bags CLoico Yellow .V; Bright Green COFFEE
310 LASSES Old and New Crop;
LJtEL in all sizes, direct from Bos
ton, last Crop 1SG3;
lO Keg.i Newcastle ENGLISH SODA;
TOBACCO a large lot in Boxes, Caddies, &c.
TEAS a Superior lot of all kinds, selected for
this portion of the Country.
In addition to our stock of Heavy Groceries, we
have a large assortment of Fancy:
CIGARS, at all prices; Fancy Wash and Shaving
SOAPS; Whole aud Half Boxes new M. E.
and Layer RAISIN; SARDINES; FIGS;
PICKLES; TEACHES, Cove and
Spiced OYSTERS; MUSTARD,
in boxcr-;0 2.5 lbs. boxes
CUKE S E; CRACKERS;
SPICES, grain and ground; ALUM;
Race 6c Ground G ING ER ; COPPERAS;
BLACKING, lar'c and small; BLACKING
BRUSHES; FAUCETS; CiNNAMON, ground
and in ruatts; CAPS; SHOT; LEAD;
EXT. LOGWOOD; STARCH;
A large variety of CAP, NOTE & LETTER PA
PER; ENVELOPES.butrund white; &c. Ac.
Cffln addition to the above, we odor induce
ments to the trade in
i o ul orsl
RECTIFIED WHIsKY sold at Cincinnati prices.
GINGER WINE, GIN, BRANDY, and with u
superior lot cfOLD IIOtJIIIJON WHISKY
a t ail prices. Respectfully,
Maysville, Ky., March 3, 1SC1.
dueensware House ! !
IMPORTER AND DEALER
One door htlow Gen. Aithut 't G infect Utner M-yrt
.EtrS UU.NM'AiMLl I) llADALAKOE
Wtl.L ttLfXTtD STOCK jW
T? 1. 1 r i! 1. r-i pi..
I' IT I1U1 UUU illlUMl tllillU, uiuss
QUcENSWARE& FANCY GOODS,
in great variety, as Vac. Toilet ''ct in China
Parian Marble and Buhcmain Giaad,
JJewel Boxes; Fancy and Toy
Boxen, Toy Tea icta, etc.
DINNER AND TEA SETS,
of all qualities,
Silver Plated and Britannia Tea Sets,
Plated Table Ware; Ivory, P.nne and Wood
Handle! Forks and Knive.-i Knives; Tea Trays
iia v niters, ei all nzas ana varieties,
Imported Direct from the Manufactories in
1ST 1: U It O I E .
Also, the largo and rnoul comt.lete stock of
GOAL OIL LAMPS,
of il sizes aud styles, from 50 cents to $10 each
PAPEi: SHADES and WICKS;
ThB Very Best of PURE COAL OIL.
all tf which I will sell for CASH at the VERY
LOWEST CINCINNATI prices.
Zdg Accommodation to tlie wants of enstom
crsqniek sales and small profit: are the govern
in si principles of my bus-ines?. Cali.secand
judrfs for yourselvet.! It. A LREKT.
? : 1 1 t.' 1. a 1 c
YOU V ILL FIND AT THE
HARDWARE HOUSE, ?d Street,
1VOUY HANDLE KNIVES, '
PLATED TA RLE KNIVES.
l'LATED DESSEUT KNIVES,
' PLATED FORKS SPOONS.
PLATED NAPKIN KINGS,
BUTT EI! KNIVES.
CALL REELS TABLE MATS,
.' Cj'ntta l"n-li KNIVES tfe FOKKS,
BREAD .v FRUIT TKAYS,
- WAITERS, Ao.. vc,
i vr for fcV..-h. OWKNS d- UAP.KLEY.
J"E have commenced rni.r.iiiir our Ice
V u;oh, i.n 1 will deliver l:e tj auy f-art
01 Clio jvy.
6r7 1 crsons .iCHnnir ice throngli tl 0 d.iv, can 1
o!tafi it at Richard
Wail street, or i.1 V.'
Ul! s' ric;rv Mire.
1. ':! ';i:js' on .Market '
WM. ' ATKI.Vm
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
W. L. & JXPE AR.CE
COMMISSION M E R CHAN T S,
SUTTON ST., (opposite Lee House)
Our personal attention will be gven
to Receiving & Forwarding all Goods
consigned to onr care.
All orders sent m shall he filled in the same
manner, to 'th reference to quality and quantity ,
as if the parties purchasing were personally
Below will bo found an enumeration of somo
of the articles included in our stock, which wo
olfer to the trade low for Caijh o r Country Pro
duce: 21 Hh.Is. Choice N.O. Sugar;
S Jlhds. Prime N. O. Sugar;
oO Lbls. LoverLig's Rciined Sugar.;
IO Crushed V;
2-5 " Pulverized do;
13 " A. Coffee do;
51 Bags Choieo Rio Coffee;
5 " Prime Rio Cotlee;
35 Packages Golden Syrup, :n Half Ebls.
and lOgal. Kg?;
Hi Bids. New Crop N. O. Molasses;
05 Packages Mackerel, in Bbl, Hf. Bbls,
r. Bids, and Kit";
25 Hf. Chests Choice Gunpower Tea;
5 " ". Black Tea;
SO Gross Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco;
Choice Smoking Tcbaceo, ia Half Pound
and 5 Pound Packages;
SO Caddies Choice Chewing Tobacco;
20 Butts Chewing Tobacco;
50.00 Cigars, assorted brands;
75,000 White and Buff Envelopes;
Cap, Note and Letter Paper;
30O Boxes Sardines, halves and quarters;
35 loz. Cove and Spiced Oytstcrs, iu 1 tfc
2 lbs. Cans;
157r;askets Chanipaigne Wine;
12 Boxes Native Wines;'
Choice Old Hoiiiboa Whisky, in
Barrets a'nd Bottles;
French Krnii!y;(in;C.iii-r Wine
Hair-in.-; Figs; Almonds; Buckets; Tubs, in uests
Wrapi'ing Paj-or; Fancy, Toilet and I5:U Soaps;
Washboards; Brooms; Cordage; Matches; Spices;
Star and Tallow Candles; Cheese; Crackers;
Shot; etc. We invito tho attention of Country
Merchants particularly to our stock of goods.
We respectfully s lieit the orders of the trade
generally, promising satisfaction In all cases.
W. I, & J. L. PEARCE,
Nos. 13 fc 15 Sutton St., (opp. Lee Hon-e)
March 24, 1S04. MA Y.b VIl.LE, Kr .
Jj TJ X.
! a composition ol astringents, a')sor!t'iits
tiimilaiit. aud carminaii vcs. which every phv
sician acknowledges is the only preparation that
win ciio..-t a permaient lire ot Drirrhu'a ant;
Dysentery. This Ar.ti-Cho'cra Mixture is now
in use in several of our ai my hospitals where i
irivus the greatest atislactinn. It has saved the
lives ot thousand of our soldiers and citizen's
and we will rn;irnritoc it to be th; best remedy
111 1 lie worit tor liarrljuca aii l xsysuiilery.
Mr. Woods, i Covinirioti, Ky., will be mos
happy to s;iiisl'y any on." a- to the virtue o
Strickland's Anti-Cholca Mixture: in fact w
iavc a jrrcat nemwr ot tisnmonia.s ;rom pa
tients who have been enred after luinj; ro-
rionncca mctirao.e i.V tlieir ptivsicians, wurie
lifter tukini en I v one bottle ol StricklaudV Anti
Cholera Mixture. If von sulfcr with Diarrl.ica
11 ud Dysentery try ni e b .
You oiiirht not to be without such a valuable
medicine- Tho C'ncinnati National Union, o
April 2ith, says; th it thousands ot our soldier
have been saved by the use of Strickland" Anti-
t li'.lcra .Mixlnro.
For sale by Sieaton 5f Rrodri-jk, and by J. J
WY-o'', at i.O cents ner brittle.
Oeneral Depot, No. 0 East 4th St., Cincinnati
Ohio. ' juno 2, ISiM-ly
Vlareiiupply of best finality, for Hale by
mar REN PlIISTER.
C. ! ALl.KIIKIt, C. NtlLSO.V,
Luteof .Ma.oii Co., Ky. LatoofMt. Steriin'',Ky
T. A . Matthews, of M ay.-iviJ'c, Ky .
(rOXOIEKI.Y DEXNISON .HOUSE)
CALLEHER, NELSON & CO.,
3T"fTtla. stroot, licsxx TVXfxxoa.
lnisnonsc naving neen 1 nor. -lis; my reno
vated and newly furnished, is now open.
Cinciunuti,O..May 19th, lStU-Gmo.
ORDAGK Hemp and Manilhi ropes of
Vy all sizes Irom a plongh lineto a slims calil
always on hand. ALIA MA DUO A
Alt D W A It E
HUE IMtOOF SAFES,
. PLATED It, 11 SCALES,
CO UN T EIC MCA . ES,
Ca ll. OWENS & BARKLEY.
Maysville, August IS, 16GL
F ALL KINDS, At
. bEATON HEODrjCK'S
axis. 2d ivct urn's Moie.
MAY5VIILS mARY : . IISTIME I
HE next Session ort' is Institution will com-ir.cnc-r
o he FIRST MONDAY OF SEP
TEMBER, NEXT, and continae Twenty weeks.
v Inoi r D 'i:!rtmont $l"i On
A- .-. r ' ' o()
i.i .nr ofpuj ils can beac-OTii- j
rd r:i tl.e ijiniU of the Friii- I
M. 11. SMITH,
-V iilliili't 1
i - i i-'- i b. :
Muy.-viih-. Ave 13
"iii.- Principal. j
r.ui!.. (' ..1 Oil
ysvilic, Ky., may l'..
l 111 -ir . 1
HXT 33 "VST
COMMISS ION HOUSE
Corner of 3rd & Market Streets,
MAYSVILLE, - KENTUCKY.
I HAVE JUST OPENED A GRAIN",
GROCERY AND COMMISSION STOKE in
tho house formerly occupied by Jas. C. Brook
ovor, north-east Corner of Third ifc Market Sts.
I will pay the highest market prica if cash
or WHEAT, RYE and BARLEY.
I have Inst received a full stock of Groceries,
Sugar, Molasses, Coll'cc, Tea. Rico, Fish, Tobacco,
Salt, fcc., &c., together with a general assort
ment of all articles in he Grocery line: all war
ranted to be of the best quality. My goods have
been bought exclusively for Cash, and will be
sold for Cash or Country Produco, at very small
profits. . .
I have also on hand a largo stock of PURE
OLD BOURBON WHISKY.
Commission, Storage fc Forwarding Business
attended to with promptness.
All persons desirous of setting the worth of
their money, will please give 1110 a call,
jnne l-.th,lSi2. 1U:N llllSTEItL
CRUSHED, Powdered and Granulated Sugar,
of best quality, in store and 'jrsalo low by
juno 19 Cor. 3rd it Marker streets.
O YKUP. Philadelphia and Baltimore Syrups.
O in barrels, half barrels and 10 gal. kesrs, for
sale iow by
3rd ifc Market streets.
''I',OBACCO of all gradosand pri-cs, for sal
X liy REN PlIISTER,
junu 19 Cor. 8rd Market streets.
V1NEUAII of the best quality, forsale by
june 19. REN PLIISTER.
L,. II. Ia OiG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
IN ALL KINDS C2
BRAIN. FIIIR. TOBACCO. SALT. SC..
Corner of Wall & 2nd Streets,
DK..TOI I fvi 5 1 J JEV-sS
COIII'OOM) GEDROX BITTEBS!
ThcLntost and Most Important Discovery
of the Niuatce.ith Century.
"VfO MAN'S NAME IS MORE INTIMATELY
LN connected with the history of the Materia
Mcdica of tho United States., or more favorably
known as a pioneer in medical discovery, than
thatof JOHN DULL, of Louisville, Ky. " ilisin
iuiitaMe preparation of Saisuparilla has lonjr
stood at tho head oftlie various compounds of
that raluablo drutr. I lis eompound Pectoral of
Wild Cherry 1ms become a household word
throutthout tlie We.-t and South: and his Worm
Lozenges, in Jess than a year after their intro
duction, attained a replication as widespread as
the continent of North America. Hut the crown
ing plory of his life remains to be attained in his
latest discovery, or rather combination, for he
docs not claim to have been the discoverer of
CEDKON, which is the basis of the Bitters now
ollered to tho jiublic. That honor belongs to the
nativo inhabitants of Central America, to whom
its virtues have been known fornurc th:m two
huinlrc l years. Armed with it, the Indian bids
deviance to the most deadly malaria, and handles
without fear the most venomous f-erpents. It is
a belief w ith them that while there is breath left
in t Ijo body the Cedron is potent to cure, no mat -
tct wliat the disease may be.
While Dr. Bull is not prepared to indorse this
extravagant pretension, ho is nevertheless satis
fied from a thorough examination of the evidence
relatinz to its virtues, that, as a remedy and
preventive for all diseases orisin,-from exposure
citlicr 10 c 11 alines 01 wcaliicr ana climate or to
tlio miasmatic influences, it stand' without
- I i;.. t . 1 . .- ..
rival, aim juwy uescrves inc reputation It nas
so long enjoyed in Central America and the West
and i's attendant train of symptoms, it act
moreiiKo a cnarm man a medicine, lucre is
nothing in the whole ranjrc of the Materia Medicu
that can for a moment bear a comparison with
il in this disease.
A full account of this wonderful plant may be
foil ud in the eleventh edition of the U. S. Dis
pensatory, paires l-UsT and Uis.
A s:ric-of uxiieriiiients. in which Dr. Bull has
been for years cnraeel . hup just bc n brou?lit4o
a successful leriiiiiitiiion, and he is now enabled
to otl'.T to the public a combination of Cedron
with other improved tonics, tho whole p-eservc 1
in 'he bcstiuality of copi cr-distilled Ib.arbon
whisky, which he is confident has no equal in
lie niijflit furnish a volume of certificates, but
the public have lonsr since learned to esti.. ate
sue), things at their trim valnc. Tho safest plan
is for every one to test for i imself tho virtues of
a new medicine. Cive the
one trial, and you will never use any others.
It is not ncces.-ary to publish a long list if dis
eases for which the Cedron Rittcrs area specific,
In all diseases of the STOMACH, BOWELS,
KIDNEYS, or LIVER;
In all a flections of the RRA1N dependinsr up
on derangement of the Stomach or Bowels;
in tiOLif. K11EL M ATISM A: N EUIiALU I A;
And in FEV ER A Nl) AC UK;
It ii destined to supersede all other remedies.
It :not only cures all these diseases but it pro-
A wine class full of tho Bitt ers taken an hour
before each meal will obviate the ill effects of the
nio-it unhealthy climate aud screen the person
taking it against disease under tho most try:ng
Sold bv Drnpgists and Grocers, generally.
.r. JOHN BULL'S Principal Ollice, Fifth
street, Lonisville, Ky.
bold Wholesale and Lctail by
SEATON f- ISKODKICK.
Cor. 2nd and Court Streets.
mar 7, 1801-ly
Coine down in the center,
That's what it means !
T "HE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW SITUATED
so as to give his undivided attention to the
Manufactory of every article connected with the
SADDLE AND HARNESS TRADE !
He has now on hand and in process of making, a
splendid assortment of Gentlemen and Ladies'
Saddles; Saddle Bags; Buggy, Carriage, Brake
and Sulkcv Harness: Wagon and I'low Gear:
Riding Bridles, with Racking, Port and SnalHe
Bitts; Waggon, Loggy, Coach, Sulkey and Rid
ing Whips: Hoff and Kipskin Collars.- Horse
Covers, suitable for ail seasons; Leather. Web
and Rope Halters; Worsted; Cotton and Hemp
Girths; Red top and Iron strapt Hprnes; Dray
end Cait Harness: in f-hort everv thinr nsnallv
kept in a Saddiery Establishment, which will be j
sola at wholesale and Ketail. at Iow prices, to
punctual dealers; 5 per cent olffor cash.
, t-isAll Repairing attended to at once, at mv
Old St-md, on 2nd street, to find which. "Como
down in the Center," between Market it Sutton.
Maysville, March 20th, 1503.
Turnip Seed !
OR SALE BY
augi SKA TON & BRODRICK.
Mustard eed Wanted J
rE will pay the hisrest Market Price, in !
V CASH, for Mustard Seed either iu lare-o i
r sr. all quantities. !
SEATON .c BRODRICK. j
Maysvh!o Ky., July 'il , 15(51.
KV H . mil ffi liKTAIL!
Sonlli side 2d bet. Court & Market St
G. A. Ss I R McCARTHEY.
WE ANNOUCE WITH
pleasure, tho KE:
MOVALofour Stock of
OHIN Jif GLASS
Q UE ENS WARE,
to the building formerly oc
cupied by E. Maktim Sad
er. -whoro wo arc opening
a largo aRd complete assortment of Goods,
IMPORTED BY OURSELVES
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORIES-
Our stock is larjro, containing great varieties of
PLAIN WHITE, GOLD HANI) AND FANCY DECORATED
Dinner and Tea Setts;
VACES; COLOGNE BOTTLES; TOILET
SI5TTS; FANCY AND STAPLE
ARTICLES of every description;
KNIVES, FORKS, CAPJ) BASKETS, &c.
IE A TRAYS; WAITERS;
COAT. OIL LAMPS of many varieties.
While thankinr; tha public and the trade for
the liberal encouriitrcincnt extended to ns in the
past, we hoi ethey will not forirct to call and see
us at our NEW CHINA STORE.
. A. fc J. E. McCARTnEY,
MfOl:TERS OF Eautiiknwake,
On South suit' -Jd street.
Maysville, Ky., January 7th, IS'U.
COllNER OF MARKET & FRONT,
Opposite Steamboat Landing:,
.Ir. F.. F. rLi:II(., Ii-iirielrcNs.
rIHIS u-ell knr.-.yn Hotel, has been re
1. paired and relittod in a superior manner
and is i ow open to tlio public
Tho Proprietress recently of Kx Spri'ifrs, vo
licits the patronage ot tlse traveling community.
No pains will lu sp.ircd to K'va satisfaction to
the pnests of tlie house.
Irt?"laaes kavedailv for all points in the in
terior. Mrs. E. P. FLEMING.
Baker & Confectioner
AND DKAI.Kli IM
Fruits, Nuts, Toys,
1 r o A' a o oi
Has removed his Stock to
m"LL.LN & HUNT'S Old Stand, on
Where he will be pleased to see and wait upon all
Maysville, Ky., April !'lh,13i53.
JOHN A. SEATON', J.B. BPODKICK
SEATON &. BRODRICK
WHOLESALE A RETAIL
AND DEALKKS IN
Paints, Oils, Glass, &c.
coitNi:it si:coni court sts.
W HEELER & WILSON'S
Awarded tne First Premium as the best
Family Sewing Machine,
F01 three successive years at die
UNITED STATES FAIR;
For five years at tho
CINCINNATI MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.
CORDER & BRAIDER.
MACHINE NEEDLES, COTTONS, Ac.
IBS' i; or sale lv
J. B. GIBSON, Agent,
feb. 41h, !Sii4. Matsville.
Tailoring and Renovatins;
ESTABLISHMENT! ! !
SECOND NTItHKT, opposite City Hall,
'IIIE Undersigned would respectfully inform
1 the citizens of Maysville and vicinity that
he is prepared to make up s.ui-sofany fctyle and
warrant 1 nc-m ti ive satisfaction.
I am prepared to KENOVATK CLOTHING
and remove all kinds of Grease, Taint or Dirt
and restore the goods to its original gloss and
beauty. Give mo a call.
junc23.'i;4. CHR1TIAN ALTMEVER
OURF.S Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma,
and Consumption. It i9only necessary for
any one troubled with thesa complaints to try
one bottle of
Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Balsam
to convince them that it is the best preparation
ever used.' It notcnly cute the above affections
of the Throat and Lungs, but it cures Night
Sweats and Spitting of Blood, and is an excel
lent gargle for any kind of Sore Throat. It is
P'easan,t to lake, a ad a safe medicine for infants.
Price 50 cents per bottle. . - - ---
For side, iu Maysville, Ky.,.by SEATON &
BRODRICK. Cornel1 2nd & Court Streets, wid
by J. J. WOOD. Comer Market A Front streets .
General Depot, No. 6 East -1th Si , Cincinnati,
Ohio. June 2, ISo-l-ly
UST Received an 1 for .-;ile by
Masvii'.c, June CO. i'.i. Wall Street.
ilLOCK AND TACKLE An assoitcaent
y embracing aii aizes of superior construction
U. S. MAIL LINE,
111. n, MW iKl, BPUKDlD8TIimR
J. H. PEATHEE. Commander.
LEW. M0EE1S Clerk
xrT63 of WalniitSt., for Maysville, every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12 o'clock
. "Y,68 Mysvillo for Cincinnati, every Tne
day, Thursday and Saturday, 10 o'clock, A. Y
PaFeketgLaS?dat hrS " M-
Cincinnati, Maysville and Portsmoutli "
REGULAR TRI- WEEKLY PACK!
Hit. SfLEKDID STEiMI
13 os ton a,1
Captain Wm. MoCtAm, Coairrander, will co
tinne in the above trade, leaving Cjnci Bnnti ev
Tucpday, Thursday and Saturday, and Port
month avery Monday, Wednesday and Fridt
at 12 M. Stopping at Maysville either W
between the hours of 5 and 7 P. M.
For freight or passage apply on board or to t
MoNeely, Agent, Maysville, Ky. ;
S. SALOMON, I
Goddabu House Building,
urkot S t x' c o "t ,
May 7, lSfa-ly MAYSVILLE, KY.f
Tor liats, Jlic, Roaches, Ants, IJrd
ISns, .tfotli" in I'urs, Woolens, A-c. 1 n -M'ct
on IMant, Fowls, Animals, Arc.
I'm up in 2.x:. 50c. and 1.00 Boxes, Bottles, ai:d
Flasks. and f 5 .siz;s lor Hotels, I'ublio I.f
''Only irfullible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
'Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Kiits come out of th'-ir holes to die."
J--old Wholesale in all large cities.
i'' 1.1 by all Druggists ct l.ctailers eyerywhero
;xf!"!bwAitK"! of ail worthless imitations.
J'-ee tliut Costa k's" name is on each Box,
r.olilc, an l Flask, he fi.ro von bny.
r-Addr. s II IC Y It. COSTA R.
t?"l'l!INCl -AT-DtPOT 4K-2 Bkoadwat, N. Y.
Ji?".Solil oy ail W Iiolysalo ite Ketail Druggists
in Maysville. Kv. mar 31, 136-i-Gm.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
MACHINES. direct from the Manufacturer, and
will sell them at the lowest possible rate for Cash.
These Machines are adapted for heavy as well as
the finest sewing. Call and examine them at tha
residence of S. Siiocklbt, on Short street.
Mrs. A. J. SMITH, Agent.
J3?NEEri.E ani Spool Tiikkads can be had
at S. Suocki.ey's Store, on Market street.
Maysville, Ky., Feb. Zotii, ISiid.
TOUISSTINE would respectfully inform his
a customers and friends that he has removed
to Cudw::lladci's Building, i 11 the room formerly
occupied by the Telegraph Ollice.
Fall and Winter Goods !
AND (DEISTS FurjNisnrcn,
SECOND S TREE 7, MAYSVILLE, KY..
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
Choice assortment of a'l Seasonable Coode
in his line, which he is prepared to dispose of at
the lowest rates for "CASH." lie solicits a call
from his friends and pledges his best eftbrtst
October 1, 1SCS. LOOTS STINE.
TUST RECEIVED A CHOICE SELECTION
fj of new and desirable styles of
from the rich and ornate to tho most chaste and
simple patterns, appropriate for Parlors,
Halls. Dining-Rooins and Chambers.
FIRE BOARD PRINTS new designs;-
of any required style or size, on hand or made
GYAL PICTURE FRAMES
PICTURE CORD &
trimminss fcr frames.
FRAMING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE I
The above Goods are all new and will be sold
cheaper than ever before sold in this cit .
EST" A call is solicited from persons wishing to
purchase the above goods.
J. ti. AY C. S JtOGFIJS,
BoOKSELLEHS d STATIONERS,
Maysville, Ky., April 21, 1SC4. 2d Street .
OWENS & BARKLEY
TIE PATEIT CARPET SWR!!!
yoa wish to save yodr cabpets aDd
Sweep u Uhout Dust, buv one of the Great
Carpet Sweepers of OWENS tfc BARKLEY.
TADIES! After having used one oftheCar-
pet Sweepers, you -would not be without one.
Call and see it. ' OWENS tfc BARKLEY.
OWENS & BARKLEY
II AVE IT Z
THE PA TENT CARPET S WEEPER !
Maysviile, Juiy 7th,lSG4.