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THE SABBATH.
Wllh Bilent awe; I bail the iacred mora
7 ."
Which alowly wake while all tbafields are etill ;
A Bootbingcalra on every breeze ia borne, - . ,
A graver arm or gurgle from tbe rill,
And Echo answers softer from tbe MI,
Tlndofterning the linntt from , the thorn;
The sky-lark warbles in a tne leae shrill 1
Hail, light serenel- hall, altered Sabbath moral
TbaYks float silent by, In airy drove;
The iwa placid Inatreshos-..
Jbe gales that lately aigfa'd along the grove.. '
I ,Save hnsh'd their downy wings In sweet re-
M. " . 1 - A A -. aaa AVA I
j nc covering raoa oi crouas jorgeuiw m" . J
smiled tfio'day when the flretmorri arose.;
it. .
f7 i
And silence, o'er each wounded spirit, fell T '
" Likem.d'nlght pall; -
6ae wlien some moclrlog chd" of the past, ,
Broke like a startled bird, from out its lair,
Sweeping with heavy touch the shattered chordi
Of each bean's melody.
H -
' -j Time's Ttishing tide i
Swept'np the years between thero; r !j
Oft had they met and parted, A--.V '-. -
Nor could the most observa nt eye ' - ; 1
.Deem them but passing fri e nds, ' '. . -Each
believed the other falee, nor seen
"".The longings of that- inner life that thiblibed
Beneath the mask of prond indifference J'J'
They had assumed. .
. ... And still, -.;Vr
By passion's seething whirlpool tossed,
Their severed lives fast drifting
Toward the blackened shoals ofjiate,
whilet" . .
Goes down in clonds;., t . - ..
And who may call its glory back! i
Ot who can cauie the harp, long tried, T ?
If broken, to give forth sweet sonnds again!
. . . t pleasant Words.
.i -i . ?nt rnst mneh. Ther pome
bnbblinz op in ft good nstnred heart, like
"tho freely gosbinsi; waters of a fonntain. It
ii as easy to speat namrany
- the lips kindness, as the rays from the snn.
2. They make the man happier who uses
them. -They re-act tipon him.. Hot words
make the user's wrath boUer.' So lov.ng
words help to make a more loving heart. -'
3. Kind and pleasant words touch other
people's hearts, and make tbem kind.
Tbey fall like flakes of fire on the cold and
- islfisb hearts, xot to -scorch, but to melt,
not to Irritate, but to subdue and shame
-people's -coldness and u.nkindness out of
- them' - ' r ' ' :.,
' i - 4.' Pleacant vords bf get other words like
'themselves to other people. We have been
In a crowded omnibus, A few snappish
words have multiplied thoir scope, till most
of tbe travelers have, shares in tbe ssme
stock. But a genial soul enters. His kind
words get wings. Tbey produce an epi
demic. Grcwler number one and growler
number two change voice and visage. The
f .magic of a few kind words has done won -
-ders. Ill nature has jumped out of the coach
and left for parts unknown; and good natuie
beeps all things in excellent trim for the
rest of the trip. ,
Do you know who I am?' said a police of
ficer to a fellow whom he seised by the
" throat. 'Not exsctly. sir,7 bat I fancy you
are tbe malignant collarerl' - :.
A Washington paper d escribes a beautiful
. young lady as having a face a painter might
dwell upon. That would be a delightful
residence. .
: Perfect peace is not possible even in tbe
' deepest retirement. A wolf will. creep. into
tbe most pastoral life. . . . - , -j
We once beard an Englishman give bis
ostler orders as follows: "Enry, take the
... arness boff the orse, slip the alter hover is
ead, band give itn some ay band boats.
' ' A Georgia editor accuses one of his contem
Doraries of "dvine his hair and trying to
renovate bis carcass so as to get some female
. into the embraces of his rattling bones."
Marriage, like fiddling, depends; a great
deal upon tbe beaq-mg. - y;
" ' There were manufactured last season on
: the upper Mississippi, and its tributaries,
the enormous quantity of 900,000,000 feet
oi lumber. : :? .
.. - : r! !
Hebb a hid Hkbeatteb. It ia strange that
'. - -rnorionna of so manv azes should not
. make ns judge more solidly of the present
and jthe future, so as to iase proper raeas
y. nrealn the one for the other. ' We dote tip
on thia world as if It were never to have an
end. "and we neglect the next as if it-were
never to have a beginning. Fenelon.'
- c : .
;Nkbvous Headache. Essence of ' tor-r--,
pen tine is said to be a specific for nervous
headaches even when accompanied with
vertieo. Tboueh when applied to the skin,'
it produces redness and irritation, it is per
Vir i fectly harmless to tbe most delicate subjects
lt-taken Internally.
They live, .unwilling, either of them, to own the
Aad, yielding, woo the jfentledove of peace
m ' T ' ' aT .' - A TaaaYa, r., T ,tlA
I. J ' friLISO. Low measures of feeling are
" ' better than ecstacies for ordinary life. Hea
. v ten lends its is.DS in gentle drops, else the
flowers would be bested to. pieces.. ... .
1 When the blossoms and leaves of a wo--":
man's beauty fall, we discover her defects,
as we behold . ravens', nests ia the tries in
". "! winter. . . . ' '
- - Whatkiad of musio does the kettle give
-- " out joit before it begins to boil, , The mu
' sie of a dull-simmer; 5i
... . .
Talk about conceit as much you like. It
i-7- ! to human "character what salt' is to the
ocean, .keeping it sweet and rendering it
endurable. Say rather it is like tbe natu-
-ral unguent or the- sea-fowl's plumage,
'-which enables him to shed tbe raia that
falls on him; and the - wave in which be
' dips. ' i '
' Clamorous people should remember that
tbe tail of the rattle snake makea tbe noise,
butthe head always does the ezecutioo.
1 Mr. Prentice, of the Louisville Journal,
gets cfif the following hits:"
"Tbe California Legislature calls this
Adnioistration tbe instrument of the Al-
mighty. Unquestionably, tbe Almighty can
work with mighty mean tools.. - '
"The Administration seems turning its
whole aKeotion to mustering the niggers.
- All Its wiu are wool-gathering."
tt.C.LLOlD. WH. II.BICHAKIJSUiN.
Lloyd & Richardson,;
. . WHOLESALE PEALEES IN ' f . '
GROCEKlEi
W i N E SLIQUORS,
; TEAS Su TOBACCOr'r,
FORWARDIHB&COMMISSIIJII
1MEIICH:ANTS;:
A " .
nppnalTI BODDIBD BOUSS-.
ilXsKETSTRlET, -"- Jfi YSTtLL,T.
.1 i
Tour" attention to the' above -ea'rd, and
solicit a portion of yonr palrOnafe,pTOiiaiiingto
fill -orders - promptly and eatisfactor.lllv t
. "Wo have established . ourselves or. be pur
pose of inducing Merchants to make, their pur
chases here instead of elsewhere;' and as oar.
goods are bought otbect from tibst bancs in the
Eastern Market," by, onr. Bioker, we mate
this proposition to Merchants:.- .. -...
That we will duplicate any bill toougni
in Cincinnati, and if goods are not what
wa represent them, they can be sent
back at our" expense. ' ' -
We have Just received from the Eaet r
20 Hhds. Choice new N. O. SUGAR -lO
Prime- " . " -.-.. -'
so Bbls. Loveiuno's Philadelphia EEFINED
SUGARS Crushed, Granulated, Powder
ed and Coffeo A.
SO Bags Choice Yellow te Bright Green COFFEE
MOLASSES Old and New Crop;
MACKEREL in all sizes, direct from Bos-
ton, last Crop 1S6S; v . ' -40
Kegs Newcastle ENGLISH SODA; . : .; .
TOBACCO-alarge lot in Boxes, Caddies, tc.
TEAS a Superior lot of all kinds, selected for
this portion of tbe Country. , t . .
In addition to our stock of Heavy Groceries, we
have a large assortment of Fancy: . .
CIGABS.atall prices; Fancy Wathand Shaving
SOAPS; Whole and Half Boxes new M. B.
and Layer RAISIN; SARDINES; FIGS;
. PICKLES; PEACHES, Cove and !
Spiced OYSTERS; MUSTAKD,
in boxes; 50 & 25 lbs. boxes
assorted CANDIES; y -iC
cnEESE; CRACKERS;" '
. INDIGO; MADDER; .
SPICES, grain and ground; ALUM;. ,
. Race & Ground GINGER; COP PER AS;
BLACKING, large and small; BLACKING
BRUSHES; FAUCETS; ,CINNAMONr ground
; and in matts; CAPS; SIJOT; LEAD;
EXT. LOGWOOD; STARCH;
GERMAN SOAP; t .
A large variety of CAP, NOTE & LETTER PA
'. PEE; EN VELOPES, buff and white; &c. &c.
t5T"In addition to the above, we offer induce
meuta to the trade in "...
1. C UL 0 3C S
RECTIFIED WHISKY sold at Cincinnati prices
GINGER WINE, GIN, BRANDY, and with
superior lot of OLD BOURBON WHISKY
at all prices. - Respectfully, ".-
LLOYD & RIGHAEDSOK
. Maysville, Ky., March 8, 1364. ... ... "
fJEVV CHIWA. GLASS
.. '..".! .AND?- , -)
Queensware House ! !
E.1LBEET;
IMPORTER AND DEALER
Sooond Street, i
One door leloio Geo. Arthur1 Confectioner Store
T7"EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND a x.abox
AND WELL -6ELKOTKD STOCK 0T ,
French and English China, Glass,
QUEENS WAREtSj FANCY GOODS,
in preat variety, as Vases, Toilet Sets In China
. l'arian Marble and Bobemain Ulass,
( "Jewel Boxes; Fancy and Toy
Boxes, Toy Tea Sets, etc. '
DlIfNER AXD TEA SETS,
' of all qualities, ?
WHITE, .' '
. . ' ORNAMENTED AND .
. PINE GILT.
Silver Plated and Britannia Tea Sets,
Castors, Etc.,
Plated Table Ware; Ivory . Bone and Wood
Handled Forks and Knives Knives;TeaTrays
and Waiters, ef all sizes and varieties,', , '
. Imported Direct from the Manufactories in
. . 137" EURO P E . 1
- Also, the large and most complete stock of
COAL OIL LAMPS,
of all sizes aud styles, from 50 cents to $10 each
BURNERS, CHIMNEYS ' - . - : '
. . PAPER SHADES and WICKS;
The Very Beat of PUREL. COAL OIL,
CANS, ETC.; .
all of which I will sell for CASH at the VERY
LOWEST CINCINNATI prices.
fSttf" Accommodation to tbe wants of enstom-"'
ers, quicit sales ana inuii pronuare me govern-.
ing principles 01 my. Duainess. uau, see ana
judge for yourselves! It. ALBEKT.
Aiaysviiie, reo , loo. - " -
New Livery Sale &. Stable
0-
THE UNDERSIGNED "WOULD 'BE
spectfully inform bis friends and the pub
lic that he baa fitted np the extensive and com
modious "LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
on Market street, In the building formerly oc
cupied by Pearce, Tolle & Holton, as a Whole
sale Dry Goods Store, immediately opposite the
O.-kddard Hon-e, where he will bo at all times
prepared to furnifh line and well caparisoned
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES etc., FOR
HIRE- - .- - :
T wi ii. also, at all times, be preta red to feed and
keep horses singly or in droves upon reasonable
i,-mL . Mr stables are convenient to tne Steam
boat Landing, and to tbe business portion of the
S&teov' !' TUUI. J ACJN.'7
Maysville, Feb. 11, lS64-am. .
WILL PAY THE .HIGUEST CASH
PlMCE FOR . . .' . ' . . i
10,000 Bushels CORN,
At mjr Warebouso,on Wall street. - '
ALEX. POWER.
MaysvUIa, Kj., March 8, 1864.
Att o rn ey a t , L a w,
lYiaysviue, ixy.
fTrompt attention oaid to Collecting.. '
febrnary 18th, 1864." '"' ',
J. K. BDMRALL,
'ATTORNEYS AT ,
MATSVILLE, KY., j
WILL practice in the Courts of Mason and ad
johiing'coonties: -- -- . i
OFFICE West-side of Court Street.'
jan!5,186M; .
iEltO PHIS TB H :
ATTORNEY, AT LAW,
i .I.-
OFFICE ON TEE WEST SIDE OF COURT ST.
M A Y S V 1LL E, ;K Y. ,r . . I
AuguB'i ii ,1362. ; ;'..r-, ; I
THE BEST'
IS-
TM CHEAPEST!
INSURE WITH THE
r
1.
FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGATION
RISKS accepted, now as heretofore, at fair
rates and ltverat conditions. ;
BUSINESS CONDUCTED with constant
dispatch and accuracy. '
LOSSES always mot with promptness and
complete justice.
I
SET ASSETS JANUARY, 1SCI,
J ;
j $3.002,000.39 j
4. THE 1 LAN AND ORGANIZATION
of the TNA, after 45 years severa trial, has
realized ho greates't pabric advantage and
'' success of the various systems of Fire Insur
ance i the country.' Is now' better than
ever prepared for duly
5. 16,000 Loss Claims have been settled and paid
SIXTEEN 2ULLLION OF DOLLARS!
6. THE CONSUMPTION OF PROPER
TY BY FI RE, in the United States, aver
ages over 100,000 daily. Is your property
exposed and unprotected!
7. ARE YOU INSURED! If not, why not?
The cost is" trifling; the duty is manifoat; tbe
result may be your escape from ruin while
. delay and neglect may involve you in bank
' ruptcy, poverty or cruel disappointment.
8. PARTICULAR ATTENTION and re
gard is given to small rij-ks as well as large
ones. Able security and superior commer
cial advantaged afforded.
POLICIES ISSUEDWITHOUT DELAY.
JOS. P. BRODRICK, Agent.
MnyBville, .lannhry 23, Jl64-3mo
Come down in the center,
That's what it means !
SADDLERY.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW SITUATED
so as to give his undivided attention to tbe
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 Lu dies'
Saddles; Saddle Bags; Buggy, Carriage, B
and Sulkey Harness; Wagon and I "low G
ake
car:
Eidinsr Bridles, with Racking, Port and Snaffle
Bit's; Waggon, Buggy, Coach, Sulkey and Rid
ing Vhips; Hog and Kipskin Collars; IIorc
Covers, suitable for ad seasons; Leather, Web
and Eopo Halters; Worsted, Cotton and Hemp
Girths; Red top and Iron strapt Hames; Dmy
and Cait Harness; in short every thing usually
kept in a Saddiery Establishment, which will be
sold at Wholesale and Retail, at low prices, to
punctual dealers; 5 per cent off for cash. -
X3JA Repairing attended to at once, at my
Old Stand, on 2nd street, to find which. "Come
down in the Center," between Market & Sutton.
T. K. RICKETTS.
MaysvilleMarch 26iih.lS63.
BOOKS ANlSTATIOiNERY !
THE undersigned would respectfully announce
that having made extensive additions to
their establishment and stock of goods, they are
now prepared to furnish all articles in their line
as favorably as any house in Cincinnati. Our
goods are all bought for Cash, direct from tbe
manufacturers in the East.
-We keep constantly on hand a complete stock
of WALL, LETTER, CAP and NOTE PAPERS;
BUFF and WHITE ENVELOPES;
BLANK ACCOUNT; arid MEMJEANDUM
- BOOKS: .' ? i ' ; J5 ?
SCHOOL.LAW.THEOLOGICAL&MEDICALi
BOOKS;
THE LATEST MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICA
TIONSOFTIIEDAY, as soon as published;
together' .with a' splendid assortment of
".. FANCY ARTICLES and KOTlONS.
"' Wo Invite special attention to orr stock of
WALL PaPEK & WINDOW SHADES, feeling
confident that in point c f variety and cheapness,
it excels anything ever brought to this market.
t3y-City"and Country cnBtom solicited. Orders
from Country Merchants, promptly filled at Cin
cinnati prices. - v-J. G- A C S. ROGERS,
. Maysville, Marcn . ., 3t, . : oecona aireoc. .-,
300,000 MORE MEN W.&NTEDI
POMEROY COAL It
CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale on Com
mission by CHARLES PHISTER, ,
Maysville, March 17th, J864-tf -
BOOTS and SHOES
AT t-
WHOLESALE!!!
T WOULD call the attention of Merchants to
my i.ew "took ol'lrinz Goods, niaiiulurtnrcJ
for. mo to order, and Delected by myself with
care, ut tho lowest price-for Cami. 1 wiil make
U to yonr interest to puioliaee of me: 1 am pre
pared to furnish extra sizes.
I-i0Pl9-4ie call and examine my stock. '
Maysville, March-lTim. S. i. MiNER. .
CANDLES. TSUr& Suunior Mould Candles
ofbeetqaality, at BEN PHISTER'S
immm
'.a 3ST3ES'V?W:iA?ii
n
llAIBGRPCEIiy,
AO. s
COM MISS ION ; HO USjE
"Corner of 3rd & market streets,
MAYSVILLE, ; - -KENTUqKY.
.HAVE JUST OPENED -A-.GRAIN,
r-pnniTRY AND COMMISSION STORE i a
the house formerly occupied hy Jtts.'.C. BrookT
over, north-east Corner of Third & Market Sts.
. i win pay mo iiijtuok . - --- -- -
or WHEAT i RYE and BARLEY, rri 3 J . 1
vta a. full, stock of Groceries,
SugarMolassesr, Coffee, Tea. Rice, FishiTobaeeo,.
Salt, Ac, fec, together with a 'general assort-'
montof all Articles in he Grocery line;all war
ranted to be of tho bes quality? My goods-have;
been bodght exclusively for 'Cash, and will .be
sold for Cash or Cotintry Produce, at Very small
profits; 4 V -'O'-i -----. VI
I have also on nanrt a large stocK ot ruuib.
OLD BOURBON WHISKY. ...
Commission; Storato & Forwarding Business
attendedto with promptness.? 4 !;
-'AH persons desirous of etting the worth of
their money, will please give me a call.
junol9tb,1362. REN PIIl
IIISTER.
CRUSHED, Towdered and Granulated Snirar
of best quality.in store and f?rsalo low by
- - .,:'i-.-BEN PH1STER,
juno 19 Cor. 8rd & Marbet-streetJ. .
OYRtJl Philadelphia and Baltimore yrnps,
O In barrels, half barrels and 10 gal. kegs, lor
sale low by
I . . Kk. V
BKN PHISTER,
june 19
Cor. 3rd A Market streets.
TOBACCO of all grades ISTEk!
for oale
TEK,
jone 19 . -coTara
V1ISEGAR of the best quality, for sale 1 by
june 19. BEN PHISTER.
FISH.Mackerel and White Fish.m barrels,
hf. barrels ouart.r barrels and klts.ofbctit
brands for sale at lowest rates by ' i,Tl ! .
june 19. - jiiigx
HEW MACKEREL-"
BARRELS NO. 1 MACKEREL;
21
20 Barrels No 2 - do.1' ; .
20 half barrels No 1 .- 00.
20 ' " 2 . .. do., .
25 Qr " "1 do.'
25 ' " 1 2 ' do, V
25 KHts No 1 ' do.
- . 25 . " " 2 ; - - ' da.
Just receivod direct from Boston and for ile at
a small advance, . '
,Pril2 At BE?? PniSTFR'S.
WATCHES, CLOCKS
I? II AVE JUST RECEI VED A LARGE
' Stock of Watcles, Clocks and Jewelry of the
Latent Fashions. - I , lave also on hand large
stock of ; 1 , . , ... -r. --
SILVER WARE, PLATED WARE '
AND FANCY" GOODS. ;
A large Stock of MATERIAL kept on band to
accommodate tbe trade. , .
' trPartbular ; attention : paid to Repairing
and Cleaning Watchet. Jewelry A Silver Ware
made to Order.
" C. F. DUFEU,
- . .; Next dcor to Sensation Store.
VraysviDe, Ky., Jnnq 4th, 1362. ' : :!
jew Crrain Store!
HAVING Retired from the firm of Alix.
Powis & Co., I will continue on my own
account in the Grain Trado, on Wall Street, next
door to Alex. Maddox. and solicit all our old
customers to givo mo a call, ns I have a large
number of Sacks and feel confident of my ability
to givo entire satisfaction to all who may be
pleased to deal with me.
. ALEX. POWER.
Maysville, Ky., Jnly 1.1S63.
Braiding All the Go!
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED A, LARGE
variety of new Stylo STA M PS, which in
I
addition to my former stock enables mo to oft.-r
a greater variety of rAi miiS ttiau
can be found in the (;ity. I am prepared to
Stomp Ladies1 or Children's Dresses or CloaJcs
in the f..tet style, on short notice and at
moderate raf.es.
l-$f Ladies are invited to call and see my
at-tern. Mus. GEO. ARTHUR,
Maysville, Oct. 15. Secoad ft root.
X. II. liOIVG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
' . IN ALL KINDS Cf
mi urn. tobacco, silt. m..
Corner of Wall & 2nd Streets,
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY
jase 19, 1362-ly
THE HOWE
sewimg rnmm
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
THE CELEBRATED HOWE SEWING
M.. CHINES, direet from the Manufacturer, and
will sell them at the lowest possible rate for Cash.
These Machines are adapted for heavy as well as
men nest sewing. (Jail and examine tbem at the,
residence of S. Sbooklet, on Short street.
Mrs. A . J . SMITH, Agent. "
- fcNxEDLKs atvd Spool. Threads can be had
at S. Shooklet's Store, on Market street.
Maysville, Ky., Feb. 25th, 18C5. f
WHEELER & WILSON'S u-
S e wi n g M achines !
'-' ' Awarded tne First Premium as the bett
Family Sewing Machine,
Foi three snoccssive years at Che . 1 ' "
UNITED STATES FAIR;
For five years at the " ' ; ,
' CINCINNATI MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.
' " WITH IMPROVEMENTS!
- GLASS FOOT; ,r, . -
, - UEMMSR; - - '
. CORDER & BRAIDER.
. ' - ALKO l
MA CHINE NEED LEas CO TTONS, 4-6.
J. B. GIB30N,' AgonV '
I ! .! ..yj ' r. . T E LEG tiA ft! OFFICE. '1
. feb. 4"h,lSt4. Maysville."
' '-r r. ' iikoo.uk,
A large supply of beat.uulity
tor sale bv
a4.JL.
mar
BEN PHISTER.
lO'EW AVBOLESALFrRETML
CHIN A STORE
So:ntii sideMbet Court & Market St
:oAa. xTMcCartiilt;
r. .i . j .1 4. -i. . 1
.--VV pleasure, the RE
JtfOYAJ. of onr Stock..of
C HIITA, , G I A S S
O CTEEXS-WABE,
the buildTnp fomerlroc-
enr.iea By ii-! .iiajiti -pa-
1 -n ana AnonirKT
a large aadcoTuplete a8s.omnent pf .Goods, s. y .
il a IMPORTED BY- Oo.RSELViS ti
DIRECT FRt)M THE; MANUFACTORIES-
, . Our stock is lareercbntaining great .Varieties of
wr. Mm -mntTM. 00LD band -and tanot decorated
Dinner. and Tea Setts;
VACES; COLOGNE BOTTLES; TOILET
'S-SETTS; FANCT 'AND STAPLE
ARTICLES of every description? -
Silver Platedl'i ;
RN IVES. FORKS, OAHD BASKETS, &c.
. ViyiEA ffiATSi-WAlTEltSi
COAL OIL LAMPS of many varieties.
While thanking the public and tlii trade for
.1 . .1 .i...mmnnt xtelAdOl tOUS in IDO
iue iium- bVi r" ,, j C.Q
past, we horo they will noi ic.rjrei. wj
usatourNtw uuiAoiuaji.. .
V-U- .. , G. A. & J. E. McCARTHt. jf , ;
r .... .. InoKTi-A.s of Eabthkwwabb,-. -
."' ,'. . On South side 2d tstrect."
Maysville, Ey., January Tth.SM. :
GODDARD HOUSE.
CORNER OF 3IALKET & FRONT,' STS
Opposite Steamboat Landing,
MAYSVILLE, .KENTUCKY
Mrs. E- F.-Fi.E-Ulii, 1-ropTieiress.
THIS well .; known Hotel, has . been re
paired and refitted in a snperior manner
ami li ow pen to tlie public. . . ,;
The Proprietress rcceuily of Fox Springs, - so
licits the patronageof tho traveling community.
No pains will bd pparcd to give satisfaction to
the prests of Uie house. ' - . ,
t-eJStaocs leave daily for all point in the interior.-
. ifrs-E-F.. FLEMING. .
Feb. 12-6m ' . - r . . . - .- -
GEORGE ARTHUR
Baker & Confectioner
AND DEALER IS
Fruits, Nuts, Toys. ,
Has removed his Stock to ,
MLLINS & FUKT'S Old Stand, on
secoktid smEt-zsxarr;
Where ho will bo pleased to see asd wait upon all
Maysville, Ky., April 9lh,lSG3. . .
- JOHN A. SEATON, J. B. BRODRICK
SEATON &. BRODRICK
WIIOLES.VLE &RETAIL
DEU Gr Gr I S TS,
' AND DEALERS IN
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
Faints, 'Oils, Glass, &c
CORNER SECOND COURT STS.
Seaton & Brodrick,
AUTHORIZED AGF.NTS FOR
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
assortment of the?e most CELEBRATED
and RELIABLE .Scedinlirect from Philadelphia.
They would call special attention to the fact that
they are LanJreth's REGULAR AGENTS, and
the Seeds coming otbectlt from him can be re
lied on. PEAS, BEANS and CORN for sale by
the quart or gallon,
E3i?Landreth'a Rural Register and Almanac
gratis. - - Fob. 11, 1S64.
EEMOVAL!
T OUISST1NE would respectfully inform his
JlJ customers and friends that he has removed !
to Cadwalladei's Building, in the room formerly
occupied oy tne reiegrapn uuice.
' - 1 i - o
Fall and Winter Goods
- 1 LOUIS STINE: -
MERCHANT, TAILOR
AND GENTS FURNISHER, r
SECOND S TREE 2, MA YSVILLEy KY.
r IfilifS UU-NSl ANTLY OX HAND A
XV. Choice assortment of a'l Seasonable Goods
in his line, which he is prepared to dispose of at
tlm lnxvoct rn tea fnr "HASH ' .aaSi. 11
-a aw v . . va vuvui A U pVUVIIO .
from his friends and pledges hia best efforts to
gave satisiacnon. c-v '""
October 1, 1863. LA)UIS STINE.
NEW BOOKS ! :
HISTORY ;of Charles the Bold, by- Kirk:
Second Year of the War, Pollard:"' - -'
r f - a t. a. r u.iii
Old Holmet;. ....
My Farm at Edgewood, by 7k Marvel; '
Los Mise rubles, bound in 1 volume; - ; -Lifeof
Stonewill Jackson, by Judge Daniels:, ,
Hannah Thurston, Baj ard Taylorj - "' "
Tales of a Wayside Inn;- " - i -- :. j
Faith Gartney Girlhood; " - . , - '
Religio Medici; - - . ,- j '
Peculiar: ' ' ' . .
Louie' Last Term ;' '' '-.:.. .- - , ..
Household Friends; " "
Owen Meredith's Poems; --'. :
lAts ot V ictor Hugo; - -j t ,
My Days aud Nieuts on the Battlefletd:
S"Tho above,' with numerous other vali able
Books, received end-for mle at Eai-tern pnocs.
rcb 4. 1S64.- -i-- j r. W. r"li..TTERM AN.
,; RAGS WA.. TED!
1 (i Vt M w tLiis OO0D ('.LEAN roT-
l;U,UUU TON Otf LINEN RAGS, fur
which 1 wilt pay th-1highjst Market Pc.ce,
J; -'".- i w BL ATTERM ANv
feb4ih,lS4. Bookstore, 2n( St.
mav
IT;
, -
TBI Plllf , If IW AMD) (PLENDIDITEAXEK,
Thhi Bne Steamer 5TT5Tk "'-4 For the c,n-j.
was built ex-- -tr-TZ- natlanaM,
-.. pressly - Si mi" in .rrssirt. Tais Tr.d5T
&. FEATHER, Commander. -
OUCiVV. JUVAJUO, HIVIM..
"Learesfoot of WalriutStlifor MavBvillfi
Monday Wednesday aqd Fridayat 12 o'clock it
. . Leaves Maysville for Cincinnati, every. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday 10 o'clock, A. Y
" S rorrrajufor r ssf ppiv on Doird m
to -GRAHAM fc MoNEELY. . ' - , . .
Freight r!cei ved at all hoars at the MaysvilU
Packet Landing: i. t ;;;-,Mi? is -
Cinciiraatli Maysville and Portsmoutli
RJJQrjLAJi WBKIiY, JACKET, '.
TUB 8rLJH DID H TB A M E -
Caplain'Wic.'MoCiAw, Comirander. iwill con
tinue in tneaoove craae, leav.i.guincinnaUever'y'
Tuesday, Thursday , and Saturday, and Porls-
monthavery oionaay, eanesaay ana Fridayj
at !12 M.'. topping1 at Maysville either war
between the hours of 5 and 7 P. M."
For freight or passage apply on board or to B.
McNeel, AgentMaysviUe.Ky., . j .
ROSS& COLVIN,
HOUSE. SIGN AHD ORB AMEHTAL
Shopon 2nd Street, over Gurnetfa Meat Ston
t MATSVILLE KNT0CkY. '
G' raining! gilding; glazing in
PAPER HANGING, donein the latest and
most approved style, and with dispatch.
june lath, 1S02..... . ..
DEHFJISOtJ HOUSE,
Fifth 8treet,"beti Mairr& Sycamore,
;'CINC 1 iNN ATI t OHIO;
-' CORBIN GALLEHER,! pwAjrt,mii
. , . JOS. F. PERK IE, . 1 f
rpniS POPULAR HOTEL HAS BEEN KE
JL . PAIRED aud REFITTED THROUGHOUT,
and is now open to the Public. The Proprierors,
recently of tbo "Goddard House,". Maysville,
Ky., solioit the patronage of the travellin (com
munity, and especially of thoe KentuckiaDS to'
whom th'jy have been known as the hosts of tb
GoddarU. 2io pains will be spared to give satin
faction to every guest of the House.
; - - - - ... COKBIN GALLEHES,
. JOS. F. FERRIE.
r Cincinnati, O., Dec. 4th, 1862.
S. SALOMON,
WAT Gil MAKER,
' Goodard House BriLMNe,
Market Street,
May T, lSGS-ly M ATSVILLE, KY.
PICKLES, CATSUPS, SAUCES Acs
IN GF.EAT VARIETY, SUCH AS;
CUCUMBER,
CALIFLOWEIS;
- - PICCALILLf,
CHOW-CHOW.
1 - TOMATO CATStTF
- - OYSTER CATSUP
. - CUMBERLAND SAUCE".
FRENCH MUSTARD.
t3lF"Piokled and Spiced Oysters dc. &c.
For sale by,
EOROE ARTHUR,
april 30 .. .... . Second Street.
NEW
BO OES;
Farm at Edgewood, by Ike Mar
vel . $1 51
Hannah Thurston, by Bayard Tavlor. 1 6
Tales of a Wayside In' by Ijoagtellow. 1 2
Il isks. by Marion Harland. .. 1 50
Thel.inpof Amusis, by Bulwer'"- '" 125
Louie's Last Term, by Author of Rntledge 1 50
Soundings from tlie Atlantic, Holmes I 25
Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette 150
Beauties of English Poetry ' 1 - 4 00
Evenings with the Poets , '. ' 4 00;
Longtel low's Poems, Cabinet edition : 2 59
Heaven Our Home Ac ' " ' 100
"3F"'The above, with nnmerons other new and"
valuubla publications, just received by - -.
G. W BL ATTERM Af,
BookseJIers. Second Street. .
A..B. COCHRAN'S .
FAMILY GROCERY-STORE,
No 23, west-side Market i$,
0?nSTn.e : ; MASViIXE .KIT.
JUST recei ved a laTge stock- of Family and
Assorted Groceries, such as
Snsrar, Syrup, ColTee, Teas, Mackorel,
Pish." Nutmegs, Spices, Candles, Wil
low Hnd Wooden Ware, Brooms
Tobacco, Cigars; &c, Ac.
HaviDg bought all my Goods for cash, and my
motto being " Quick Sales and Small Pbofits,"
I can nssure all who mj give tne a call, the
cheapest Groceries in the e.tv' ' ' ' 1
EThe best quality of COAL OIL always on
hand and for sale at the lowest market price.
A. B. COCHRAN. .
N. B. Five vear Old "RonrKon ttn tan. and tne
best of ell kinds of Liquors constantly on hand.
For Rais,:-JUice, Roaches, "Ants, Bed
Bnjs, Moth in Fnrs, Woolens'&cv In
sects on Plant; Fowls, Animals, &c.
Put up in 25c. 50c. and $1.00 Boxes, Bottles, and
Flasks, $3 and $5 giacs for Hotcls,Pp8i.Ki Ik-
STITCTION8, &C, " 1 ' .- .- a,
'Only infallible remedies ki.owri.' ' S
"Free from Poisons."
s "Not dangerous to tha Human "Family."
"Rit pome out of their holes to die.?.'.,
tSold Wholesale in, all-large cities.? .if
fSold by allDruggists A Retailers everywhere
!:1I'.ewae!'.S ol all worthless imitations.
5rSee that " Cost abIs" "name is on each! Box,
- Eottle, and Flask, hefcrS you hny. 5
"t-Address .HENRY It. COST AR-
jr?"PRiNciiAi.DEioT 4S2 Bboadwat, Nv Y.
JSr"Sold by all Wholesale & Retail Druggist
, in Maysville, Ky. ' mar 81,1864-6m.
;.:;:;i.;A:oARp.;r;
THE-andersfgned would respect fqlly in
form his friends and the public that be will
continue the . -. . -
1. ' Idvery and Stable Business,
at tfce"old-- stand-wf JACKSON A WILSON
where te will keep a -good and stylish stock of
Horses, Carriage ,' Buggies, Ac; to1 hire.-He ia
nt all times prepared to .keen and feed Horses,
singly or indroves. . HerespectfuL'y "asks afhare-
orvouf paironage." - J. H. WILSON.
Maysville, Feb. 11th, lS64-8mo.
OU EESE-Tbe rqosLjgelect fcrands of rich,
pore, bluegrass cheese. t - . . . , ,
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