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The I75ro' Tiameat. 9 - ' 1 j - No cottoa In th f ow, -. ' -KetyitheaboTW V. JUid broken" is the hoe. T Tie weeds are in the garden, Wndtheyihe'and tbetbortr ; aiv a ' m Where were cottoqjn the field. r " 'Andpeaa amongtire corn. f cW eabins are all-ratting1, : . -v rr Ginnhrs -scattered roand vt." i - i. Thioottott gihi 1 aahea',, ' Ljicg.levaJ wkh the ground. - How JoHli rta rtn ishine', - '" Ho pleasant in "tbVsb'ade, ''Around ibe crowded corn crilr.I ' T , -- 'We happy 'niggers' playidr ; . How we sungouj merry ,spnge, " i .And we shacked Ue gathered corn, - As the w Hake j jog went round - V" And each swallowed down a ho1 .I&ut now tbe jng is broken," And tbe corn crib is no more c. . - -Tt'e fam'.ahed fox'ia barking . ; . i' In th9 empty kitchen door.- ' ( i. Old maater gave .na clothes, -' , . .AHi all nrchildren fad; -And mistress naraed tbe aick, . .. - When ill npoiTOia bed. . . , . . Sow spurned, 5n raga and sorrow, In hunger and in cold,- r W'e weep for gocd old mistress .-. We sever shail behold.- . ,. :-'vJ 1.. - . , . ... ... iv. . Wa monrn for good old maater, .Nov mouldering in tbe grave, . Where aoon ahall aleep together . : . " ' Tba whfto oian and th3 alavo.- And none slralrbeedtbe story, I -7 ' ' When the treea above them grow, Of the negro and the white man , In tbe pri60n-booae below. . , ; ; ' ' ; treemasonrtzv - r 7T 1 r. t r.marVabls i H iistration of the pHll- oaopbical character of Freema.onry, and i.. t'.rt.rt adantion at a' universal syst - ,w . ra A f R1IU VI em, forage, and all land.; that however its vo. laiiesmaf differ in relation, to ita details. hrn.il tilatform and general (eat upon tn .. i .indani ftf Maaonrv a?ree nrei ail tnoognuui.-----" , 7 .11 1UU"6: r .V.- It U as thooeb ft depuianou ..wu. '"--"t eratlon. of fifty-eijht eeorl .tood to gether before the "Tracang Board-' and. af. ter searching debate as to Ihe" wants of m nkind and ft fall expHc.t ion of human habits. prejudices, and infirmities, .greed up on . d.oght to berawo there design not tobeeradioated pr. fandament.lljr changed ' till time shall be no more Jj. ' mn. i a Ttfo-m we aar. meets tne -. survive. There is that within it, adapted, as we said before, adapted to all lands and to all lands and to alt ages,, and which, while human babUs prejudices and icfirraities, .and we will add, human yearnings remain. ItfDfoeuseHt to be craved for and had This is It's mystery,' this its history", this t&e key to exoteric aod esoteric instruction that it is adapted to humanity and will be had. ' "' .'This broad platform, morally, is spread - cat upon certain divine precepts. They are dirine both because, as tradition and history declare, they were divinely communicated to men, a declaration we cannot doubt when we see how far they are aboro human In ' telligenee to bave originated tbem, and di . tIds because of their noexplainable efTacts ' toon tbe hearts of obedient men. They are ths Ten Commandments communicated by teity to Moses, from the crags of Sioai. As to their number, ten, tbe great Law 'giver himself declares, Exodus iZXt , 23, and Dent. IT., 13, that this was the original Bomber, which the Greek word, decalogos, In tbe Septuagiot confirms. They were at first divided into two parta, being written so upon twofoWes of ttone. From the divis ion of Origen, which the Reformed Church ' foTTows. as msy be seen lettered opomevery Episcopal Church in the land, the first ta. ble comprises tbe four precepts of love to God, the Second Table the six precepts of duties to men. In searching through all the systems of ethics, whether of pretended- inspiration or human origin, nothing so complete, so com prehensive, so compact upon tbe human duties, can be found as this code. Item braces all that the Sbaster, the Koran, the Books or Confucius and tbe Holy Scriptures themselves contain. However they may , enlarge upon various doctrines, and heap op mountains of details,' they cannot at last' go beyond" lb charmed boundary which Je hovah set, when with his finger. he traced, as a graver opon a tracing board, composed of two tablets of stone, ten simple receipts. How wooderfol! how astounding ! . - Our thoughts have been much turned to " this sutjecl in the prepation of The Cede of Mt6onic Law.' No inqiiry seemed to "' ns so important, and assuredly cone in so difficult of solution, or which has had so many conflicting solutions as this, what must JUasois do as a Moral ment Tbe diversity -f Sectarian views in some countries (as the TJaited States and Englend); the total want Tpf "relljioas Independence aod consequently fc of sects publicly ackcowleJgid in others (as Spain and Italy); the great diversity of -minds perceive among the votaries of Ma 'ocrj even io this country some baiog al most bigots iq relation to denominational .Tlews, wbila others are almostskepticsas to ony inepired doctrioes-rtbia added to the . cobtiictiDg views eotertamea u -. ionic aathorsx)r tha &ayjspraeJ!ke iver ;nd gtett, endeavoring to Christianise ree ' masonry, others oraitiing the' religious ele ment entirely, renders' it as above aid, most - difficult of eolation. - A writer -uy frame list of moral and religions duties that will ' cfcvef a ic6re of pages, and niay' aver that each of tbe av 4a obligatory opon' Masons.-- 10 may anslyto all tbe works alluded jo works that are considered ad " used ,aa in spired books by Um ds in different sect ouS at th loli ..thi Koran Hi VI . .ml dd to this catalogue handreds and thous ands of pracepts, forcible, amiable, tender, , sublime, impcrlaot, pathetic and when be baa done, a glance at tha simple coda cf ten ! -these plaio marks opoo this plain tracitg Boaro, wnica aioses on ogni whu aim irom the cleft of the rock -transcends while it comprehends them all. . It is 'the law and tbajpropbets.' Code of Masonic. Law. Very pure water haa lew.fiohea in it; very . clear-aighied paraoca hava few ac- t K'Sd VetweiF defioed; so firm yet underlaid- with tbe heaviest flocks j trath, that tbe wise and tbe good ew.se the wonld-be-sood. are tempted to step opoo it must ejn!Gtncse.- 14- Q. it6il V.Wk. HEtCllASDSON. Lloyd & Bichardson, - - - WHOLESALE DEALERS IN -r j- Gr R O C E RTE, W 1 N E S, LIQUOIiSr " . TEAS & TOBACCO,'", f, FQRWARDII3B& CQMMISSTOB - MERCHANTS,, , ' orroeita aooDAauf HOTai"'v f'.t.-) MA B'ltZTJ TS EET- -21 A TS VILLSr X?: E "WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL your attention to .the above card, ana eolicit a portion of joar patronage, promising to All orders promptly and eatisfaclorilly. . r ; ' We havo established ourselves fbr the pnr. pose of indncing Merchants to make thelvpur chaees here instead of elsewhere and , as .our goo.da ara bought direct from vibst hands in the Eastern Market, by onr Bioker, we inake this proposition td Merchants: ' " That we will duplicaTto any bUl bouejht In Cincinnati, and if gooda are not what wo represent them, they, can bo sent back at our oatponae,-: We have just received from the East 20 Dhds Choice new N. O. BUGAB; IO . " Primo " ' ' ". CO Bbls. Lovebino'b Philadelphia EEFINED SUG AES -Crushed, Granulated, Powder ' ed and Coffeo A. ' 80 BagsCl'oico J Mow te Bright Green COFFEE ill O LASSES Old and New Crop; MACKEREL in all sizes, direct from Boa .ton, last Crop 1S63; : 40 Kegs Newcastle. ENGLISH SODA; TOIJACCO a largo lot in Boxen, Caddies, && TEAS a Superior lot of all kinds, selected for this portion of the Country. In addition to onr stock of Heavy Groceries, we have a large assortment of Fancy CI9ABS,at all prices; Fancy Wash and Shaving SOAPS; Whole and Half Boxes new M. K. and Layer BAlSlNi'SAnbrNF-S j FIGS; PICKLES; PEACHES, Cova and Spiced OYSTERS; MUSTALD, . .in boxes; 50 Ss 25 lb, boxes assorted CANDIES; . CHEESE; CBACKEBS; - INDIGO; MAD DEB; SPICES.gruin and 'ground; ALUM; Bace & Ground GINGEB;COPPEBAS; " BLACKING, large and small; BLACKING BRUSHES; FAUCETS; CINNAMON, ground and in roatts; CAPS; SHOT; LEAD; ' EXT. LOGWOOD; STABCH; GERMAN SOAP; . A large variety of CAP, NOTE Ss LETTER PA PER;ENVELOPS,buffand while; &c.&c. E7In addition to tbe above, we offer iuduce- mouta to the trade in - RECTIFIED WHISKY sold at Cincinnati prices GINGER WINE, GIN, BRAND V, and with miperior lot of OLD BOUKUOX WHISKY at all prices. Respectfully, LLOYD & RICHARDSON. ' Maysville, Ky", March 8, f JEW CHINA, GLASS - AND Gue ens ware House ! ! JEl. ALBERT, IMPORTER AND, DEADER ; Second Street, One door Utoto Geo. Arthur's Confectioner Store T7" EEPS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND A iakok J.V A!D WSf.L eSlKCTED stock o - - - Frcncli and English China, Glass, QUEENS WARE& FANCY GOODS, In rrent varietv. as Vases. Toilet Sets in China Parian Marble and Bobemain Glass, 'Jewel Boxes; Fancy and Toy Boxes, Toy Tea Sets, etc. DINNER AND TEA SETS, of all qualities, ' - ' WHITE, . - . ORNAMENTED AND FINE GILT, Silver Plated and Britannia Tea Sets, Castors, Etc., , Plated- Table Ware: Ivory. Bone and Wood Handled ForkB and Knives Knives; Tea Trays and waiters, t all siZ38 and varieties, Imported Direct from tbe Manufactories in - , EUROPE, J . . i Also, the large and most complete stock of COAL OIL LAMPS, of all sizes ad styles, from 0 cents to $10 each .BURNER 3. CHIMNEYS PAPER SHADES and WICKS; Tbe Very Best of PURE COAL OIL, ' . CANS, ETC.;' " j V all of which I wTil pell for CASH at the VERY LOWEST CINCINNATI price. Ci?" Accommodation to tbe wants of custom ers, quick sales and small profits are the govern in irinciptes of my bueiue. Cali.eeand jaJgo tor yoiirsclvel K. ALBERT, a.aj'vill Feb 4, 1564. New Livery Sale & Stable THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE- prectfullv inform hie friend. and the pub lic that he baa fitted up the extensive and wm- iQouioua , - LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, on Market rtreet, in the buil.Iiag formerly oc cupied by Pcnnse, Tolle & Holton, as a Whole sale Dry Cootts Store, immediately oppooite the GodJard llou.-, where he w.l! bo at all times prepared to !'urniih fine and well caparisoned llOKSES,' CARRIAGES, BUGGIES dec. FOR HIRE. - . " I wtil, also, at all Umoa.be prepared to feed and keep hordes ringly or in droves upon reasonable turns.. ,My stable are convenieot to tne Steam boat Landing, and to tbe business portion of the City. A hre ol rour ptroneo is rei-tinlty solioited. - - - .THUS. JACKSON. Maysvme-, Feb. II, I564-m.' Books on Gardening, &c. THE American Home Garden Watson. - Gardaniofr far the South - White. iower Harden Directory, - juim. Finit Garden : Barn. KiuitUook .. r' . " , - IJoope. Vino Uret-ser's Mannal ' " , - Reemeiii); Straw btrry und liaberrj-CuIiaxe I'axdce. ,i . t Forenje-by V" .-' Cr.'U'.-ia: -il -Cv.W. BLATTERMAN,- spril? 5eooulStmt. W. S . FRANK. I eWtL'aw, t i 1 tSfPromnt attention oaid to Collecting february ISth, 1864.' J, K, 9UMRALL, . -ATTORNEYrrA-T LAYv- WILL practice In the Conrta of Mason and ad joining conntiea. . . OFFICE vfest-sideo" Coarf Street. janl5t136f-lT r?E .'C I??P JH I S'.TE R ATTORNEY AT L'AW, OFFICE OXJKE WEST SICE OF. COURT ST. MAYSVILLE, JKY. j . August U ,1862.. . . . ' rrr. john bux.l,'s C0HP0DxD CEDROS BITTERSI The Latent and Most Important Discovery , of the Ninetoe.jrth Century. ' .:. Ji ;.,n i t ' .i i ...i i V O MAN'S NAME IS MORE INTIMATELY connected with tha history of tho Materia Medica of the United StatoH, or. more- favorably known as a pioneer in medical discovery, thau that of JOHN BULL, of Louisville, Ky. Hi in imitable preparation of Saisaparilla has lonz stood at tho head of the variuus compounda of that valuable drug.; iUistQpippnn'd. 1 ccTpralol Wild Cberrv hns becomo a hoiitclioKl word throughout the Went and. South; and his Worm Lozenges, in les-sthaQ a jeanjiuor tbt-ir intro duction, attained a reputation aa widespread as the continent of North America. But the crown ing fclory bf his Rl'e remains to be attained in his late?t discovery, or rather combination, for he does,nofe claim Jo have br-en -the discoverer of lKUnUi , wbicb istne basis ot tne uiltors now offered Wl ho public. ' That hqnor belongs to the native inhabitants of Central America, to whom its Virtues have been known f?r m ro than two hundred ytars. .- Armed with it. the Indian bids dcliunce to the most deadly malaria, and handles without fear the most venomous serpents. It is a belief with them that while llicro is breath -ielt in the body tho Cedron is potent to cure, no mat tot w hat the disease may bo. While Dr. Bull is not Prepared to indor.se thi extravagant pretension, ho is nevertheless witis fied from athorouab examination oftheevidenc relating to ita virtues, that, aa a remedy and preveutive for all discat-cs ariin,-frcro exposure either to changes of weather and climate or to tho miasmutio influences, it stand? witnout rival, and justly deserves tho reputation it has so long eijoyed in Central America and tho West Indies, in DYSPEPSIA and ita attendant train of symptoms, it arts raoreliko a charm than a medicine. There nothingin thewhole rangooftbe Materia Mcdie that can for a moment bear a comparison with it in this disease.. ' 1 i li; .-. A full account of this wonderful plant may be round in tno eleventh edition ot tne V, b. Li$ pensatory, pazes' 1SS7 and 1333. A scries of experiments, in which Dr. Bull ha been for years 6nh"cd , has TuPt been broiigM to a successtul termination, anu 110 is now enable' to offer to tho public a combination of Cedron with other improved tonics, the whole p-eserved in tho best quality of copper-distilled Bourbon whisky, which he is oonndout has no equal i the world. He might furnish a volume of certificates, but the public have long sinco learned to estii. ate such tiiinzs at tJeir true value. Thci safest pla is for every one to test for l imself tbe virtuejof a new medicine. Uive tne Cedron Bitters one trial, and you will never use any others. ; It is not necessary to publish a ionst list cf dis eases for which the Cedron Bitters are a specitic in all diseases ol tho liUVVtl KIDNEYS, or LIVER: In all affections of the BRAIN depending up on derangement of the Stomach or Bowels; In GOUT, RHEUMATISM & NEURALGIA And in FEVtlt AKD AuUE; It is destined to supersede all other remedies. It not only cures all these diseases but it pre vents them. A wine elass full of the Bitters taken on honr bolore each meal will obviate the ill enects ot the most unhcalrhv climate and screen tho person taking it against disease under the most try:ng e.vpoimre. " ; sold by Dragfrixta and Urcoers, generally, Fifth Vx. JOlliN iiLtiU'S I'rinciptti unice, street, Louisville, Ky.' ' - bold Wholesale aud iietau Dy SEATON k BRODRICK. Cor. 2nd and Court Streets, mar 7, 1364-ly Maysville, Ky Come down in the center, That's what it means ! SADDLERY. ryUE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW SITUATED J so as to give bis undivided attention to the Manufactory of every article connected with tbf SADDLE AND HARNESS TRADE ! He has now on hand and in process of makinsr, a splendid asscrtnlbntr 01 Uontlemeu and Ludics Saddles; Saddle Bags; Buggy, Carriage, Biake and Sulkey Harness; wagon nnd-lJow uear; Kidinar Bridles, with Racking, Port and Snuffle Bitls; Wacrtron, Bucrcry. Co&oli, Sulkey and Rid in2 Vhips; Hosr and" Kipakin ' Collars; IIrse Covers, suitable for ail seoeons; Leather, Web 'rfnd Rope. Haltors; Worsted, Cotton and Hemp Girths; Keel top and iron strapt llaraes; Uray and Cait Harness; in short every thing usually kept in a faddiery ivstaoiisnmenl, wbicb win be sold at Wholesale aud Retail, at low prices, to punctual dealers; 5 per cent on lor cash. LSf All Repairing attended to at once, at my Old Stind, on '2nd street, to find which. "Come down in the Center," between Market As button T. KICKKlla. Maysvillo, March 26th. 1S8. 300,000 MORE MEN WANTED! , .. PO.TIEUOV COAL I J CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale on Com mission by CH.ARLKS PHISTER. Maysville, March 17tb, .' 864-lt BOOTSrand-HOI$S r 1 ' . I at-- 1-. s 1 1 . t WHOLESALE! ! ! I WOULD call the attention of Merchants to my new stock of Spring Goods, mannfactnred tor me to order, ana aeiecieo oy myseii wun care, at the lowest prices. for. Cahi. I will make t to your interest to purcnase 01 me. 1 am pre- ired to furnish extra sizes. CPle.ia -eall an'J eituuine J ray :atock.- ' Maysville, March-172m. S. S. MINER. r-M A 'Vni.'PS Star A Summer Mould Candles O of beat quality, at BEN PHISTER'S . Just Heceiyed 1 N ASSORTMENT OF STOME WARE ! ; -r- A UKSPH FRANK'S- , -4iThe highest casfc price paid ferOLD IKON. COPPER AND BRASS. april 14, 1364. RAGS WANTED, 1 ft w;vr i LBS;OOD CLKAN -COT-lUUiUUU TON Oi: LINEN KAGS. for which 1 ftill pay th faighest Market Pr.co. 1 G. W. BLATtERMAN, feb. iia, IMii ;'.. diTt.BoofeetoreSnd. 6t. 3SJ- OE! XXT- mi"1 Ll a coMivirW'rtotrsE f. Xorfiet?of 3td fisHaxiet Streets, v MAYSVILLEj . - KENTUCKY. I" tlXVE-JUST OPENED "a1 GRA'I, .GROCERY AND COMMISSION STORE In the bonse formerly occupied by Jas. C. Brook over, nort5f-Qart.Corrfer,of.TMM Market Sts. I will pay the highest market price is cash or WHEAT, K YE and BAKLEY. :I have juat received, fU 1 -t- Orv&ftiM, Sugajs' Molasses, Coffee, Tea. Rice, Fish .Tobacco, Salt, &ei,fcc., together with'aT general assort mentof all articles in , he Grocery line la) I .war ranted to be of the best quality. My goods have been bonght'exoluaively. for Cash, and : will be eold for Gash or Country Produce, at very small profits.' '- ' ' " - ' I bave also on band a Urge stock of PURE OLD BOURBON WHISKY. Commission, Storage & Forwarding Business atfAnrlnrl ta m-ith promtitnesa. i. I w All persons desirous of getting the .worth of Itheir money, will please give me a call. JUDO itfLU, iOOA. 1 M. M.M.M.J m. . CRUSHED, Jowderodand Granulated Sntfar, of befct quality, in store and for sale low by BEN PHISTER, jnhe 19 ' Cor. 8rd & Market streets. SYRDP Philadelphia and Baltimore" Syrups, in barrels, half barrels and 10 jraUests, for aalelowby - BEN PJIISXER, jnne 19 - Cor. 8rd & Market streets. ; TOBACCO of all eradeaand rri-es, for cala By BEN PHISTEU. june lft' Cor. 8rd fe MaTkct syeeta. T7INEGAR of the best quality, fornale by .V . june lp." . BEN PHISTER. I7ISH. Mackerel and White Fish, in barrels, . . hf. barrels quarter barrels and kits, of best brands for sale at lowest rates bv ' ' ' june 19 ' - BEN PHISTER. NEW MACK EUEr, BARRELS NO. 1 MACKEREL; 20 Barrels No 2 do. 21 20 half barrels rto 1 do. 20 " . " " 2 . do. 25 Qr " "1 do. 25 . i "2 - ' do. " 25 Kitts No 1 do. " 25 f " i2 - do. Just received direct from Boston and for ile at a small advance, anrll2 At BEN PHISlt R'S. Aew Grain Store! HAVING Retired from tho firm of Alex. Power 6s Co., I willcontinne on my own account in the Grai n Trade, on Wall Street, next door to Alex. Maddoxv and solicit1 all our old customers to pive mo a eall, an'I have a largo number of Sacks and fcelconndentof my ability to givo eutiro satisfaction to all who may .be pleased to deal with me. ALEX. POWER Maysville, Ky., July 1.1S63. Braiding All the Go ! T HAVE LATEjlY RECEIVED A LARGE L variety of new Style STaM PS, which in addition to my former stocfc enables mo to offer a greater variety of BRAIDING PATTERS than can be found in the iCity. I am prepared to Stamp Ladies' or Children's Dresses or Cloahs in tho latent style, on short notice and at moderate rates. ' 63?" Ladies are invited to call and see my atterns. Mbs. GEO. ARTHUR, Maysville, Oct. 13. ; ' Second t-treet. 1 ' -ijin. L.oiii WUOLESA LE-A.ND RETAIL DEALER j IN ALL KINDS CF JUT.' SC.. . .. r Corner of Wall. & 2nd Streets, MAYSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY jiel9,lS62-ly "THE HOWE SEWING PsJACK! T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF TUB CELEBRATED HOWE SEWING MACHINEs?,direet from tho Manufacturer, and will sell them at the lowest possible rate for Cash. These Machines are adapted for heavy us well us tbe nnest scwiii?. i;all and examine inem al 1110 retidenco of S. Shockley, on Short street. Mas. A. J . SMITH, Agent: . i tNEEOLKS and Spool Threads can behad at miockley's More, on oiark-et street. Maysville, Ky., Feb. 25th 1S65. WHEELER WILSONS Se wing Machines ! Awarded tne First Premium as the best Family Sewing Machine, F01 three successive years at che UNITED STATES FA IHj ..-. - For five years at the . CINCINNATI MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. WITH IMPROVEMENTS! GLASS FOOT; ' : ' , " ' i , CARDER & BRAIDER. MACHINE NEEDLES, COTTONS, c. fstor sale oy Ji . ; J. B. GIBSON,' Agent, TELEGRAPH OFFICE. feb.4ih,lS64. Matsville. BOOKS AND STATIONERY! fjPHE und'ersined would ref pectfully annoiipee ce to re JL" , that - bavin? made' extensive addjtiens their establishment and stock of goods, they a now prepared to turuinb all articles in their line us fuvorubh- as any house in Cincinnati. Our jr-.Kids ire nllbought for Casiia direct from the manufacturers in tne iluhi. ", We keep constantly on hand -a complete stock of WaLL.LETTER.CaP and NOTE PAPERS: BUFFand W-iHTK ENVELOPES; - . BLANK. ACCOlKiV and. MEMORANDUM BOOKS; ' -i SCHOOL-. L A W , TH EOLOGI C A L'6 MEDICAL BOOKS: ' .. ,.;,;.;; THE LATEST MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICA : T10NSOFTUElAY,'aarob aapuilihed; '--iwi-vheT-' with - opluiKlkl 'Mwortmept of FANCY AKilCLEs'and NOTIONS. nmiDvno sueciaK aitanusu 10 our stocK- or WALL PaPBK& WINLHW SHADES, feelinir connaoni inai iu puiut 11 variety ana cneapness, it excels anything ever brought to this market. - l3r"City and Country custom solicited. Orders from Cuuntry ercnantfi promptly filled? Cin cinnati prices. J. (x. fc C. S. ROGERS, Maysvillo, Marcn 171 1364;'-. i SccoudStreet. ryEA'ii very" suf erior articlei; tho bestlmport- ea, iu siure auu lor eaie ny- $as;i 85N PHISTER.: TUKEWrWllOlESALE & CHIN A STORE o Soulhide 2d beU Court & Market St VV'-; pleaaure,- the . RE MOVAL of our Stock of -CltiN'A.'1 GLASS .-. '.' . . I'AtfD : . ",.' '' - QUE ENS WJLRE, toihebnilding formerly oc- - - enpied by J6. aiATuoii : Ail Tiere we are opening a large and complete assortment of Goods, " " "' IMPORTED BY doSELYI . , DIRECT FftQM THE MANUFACTORIES- ' Onr stock Is laree, containing great varieties of PLAIN WHITE, GOLD BAND AND TANCY DSOOBATED Dinner and Tea Settsj VACE3;eCOC5,kjE BOTTLES; TOILET SETTS; r PANCY AND STAPLE " : ARTICLES of eery description; : : ; saver piatea: ' " KNIVES, FORKS, CARD BASKETS, &c ' 2EA TRAYS', WAITERS; COAL OIL LAMP of many vnrietres. WhHe thanking the public and the trade for ,tho liberal encouragement extended to us n,tn nast. we hore they will not foreet to call and see us at our NEW CHINA STORE: G. A. & J. E. iToOARTIIEY, Impoetebs Olf Eabthenwabb,' ' On Sotrttf side 2d street.. Maysvillo, Ky.; January 7th, 1664. GODDARD HOUSE, CORNIER OF MATtKET& FRONT,: STS , Opposite Steamboat Landing, . MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mr'." E, F, FLEMINC Proprielress. rpillS well known Hotel, has been re A paired and refitted in a superior manner and Ih row open to the public. - . The Proprietress recoutly of Fox Springs, so licits the patronage of tho traveling community. No pains will bo p:ired to give. satisfaction to the Riiests of tha hoiMo- . . ' tSf Stages loaveduilv for all points in the in terior. Mrs. E. FFLEMfNtx. . Feb. 12-6m ': ' GEORGE ARTHUR Bakery Gonfeptioner AND DEALER IN Fruits, Nuts, Toys, !PANCY GOODS, &le., Han removed his Stock to HTTiUNS & UUJiT'S Old Stand, on Where ho will bepleased to see and wpit upon all Maysville, Ky., April 9lh, 1S63. JOHN A. SEATON, J.B. ROURICK SEATOU & BRODRICK WHOLESALE &RETAIL DEUGrGrlSTS, AND DEALERS IN MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Faints, (Oils. Glass, Sec. CORNER SECOND COURT STS. Seaton & Brodrick, AUTIIOHIZEIJ AGENTS FOR HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL assortment of these most CELEBRATED and RELIABLE Roeds direct from Philadelphia. They wonld call special attention to the fact that they are Landreth's REGULAR- AGENTS, and tho Seeds coming directly from him cah be re lied on. PEAS. BEANS aud CORN for sale bv the quart or gallon. . I? -Landreth's luiral Kcgister and Almanac GBvris. - . . . Feb. 11, 1S64. KEMOVAL 2 LOUIS ST1NE would respect rally inform his customers and friends tha'. he has removed to Cadwalladct's Building, in Uie room formerly - - O 1 -" 1 . Fall and Winter Goods ! LOUIS STINE MERCHANT TAILOR AND GENTS FURNISUEU, S SEC OND S TREE1, MA TS VIL LE, KY.. XT EE PS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A AVr Choice assortment of a'l Seasonable Pfwl in his line, which he is prepared to dispose of at tho lowest rates for "CASH." lie solicits a call r ' 1.:.. I... j j , . . iviii uis Kicuua nuu Lijeuxea xiis De&L cnoru Tn give battsiaction. ; ; . ' . x . October 1, 1868. . , LOUIS STINE NEW BOOKS ! YTISTORY of Charlei the Bold, by Kirk: LJL Second Year of the War, PoJ lard; "Confederate Report of Battles; - Old Helmet: My Farm at Edgewood, by Ik Marvel; Lea Mberables, bound in 1 volume: - Lite of Stonewall Jackson, by Judge Daniels: ' I Hannah Thurstou, Baard Taylor: , -j x uica via .n uvbiue lun , Faith Gartney Girlhood; Rel'nzio Medici; Peculiar; ' ' 'Louie LastTerra; - : -.. HoireehrttdPriends: Owen Meredith's Poems; l,iij 01 victor Hugo; My Days and NicrUts on the EattlefinM.- fc"The abeve. with nnmarona oOor vn1nnVia Books, received and for a tie at Eastern teb-4, 1664. - -v Gi W, BLATTERMAN- I WILL PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOB . - v .., . 10,000 Bushels CORN, At my Warehouse, on . Wun street.' " iw7A-:i&. ALEX': POWER. M AYS VI LI E5A N C T N CI N NA Tl TBI n. KS.W AKDSFLIUDlIICTEAaiK, This 0; tne Steamer T.r..the Cio:hi- wiii f built ex T - pressly1" .1 nuu aaavB. J. H. PRATHE,. Commander,- " LEW. M0 ESIS, Clerk. ...... Leaves foot of WalnutSt-lfor Mavavill Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12 o'clock if Leaves Maysville for Cincinnati. AVArv T ' day, Thursday and Sattrrdtry1, 10 o'clock, A. 1' . ITFor Freight or? Passage apply on board i to GRAHAMS McNEELY. f ,01 Freight received at all hours at the Mavsvilf. PacVetLdndinJiii- ' - . y"u t Cincinnati Maysville and Portsmouth REGtJLArf TRl- WXEKLT" PACKET TUB BPLEHDID HTBAMh." 13ostona, Oaptain Wk; MeCLAnr, Comirander, will con tinue in the above trade, leavn, Cincinnati every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,' and Porta pionlhovery Monday, Wednesday and Friday at ' 12 M. Stopping at Maysville either war not ween tne noura ot o anu 7 if. M. . Per freight or passaffe apply on board or tn u.. "McNeklt Agent,' Maysville, Ky. b. o. boss. ihr. cotvni MBfrSiririn nriiiim Shop on 2nd Street, over Qurneys Meat Start . . .MAYSVILLE. KENTUCKY. aBAlNINa. GILDING. GLAZING ahA PAPER HANGING, done in the latest and most approved style, and with dispatch. . june mh, 1.S62. DErjison HOUSE, Fifth street, let. Main & Sycamore, CINC 1 N NATJ , OH I O i CORBIN GALLEHER,' plti, -: JOS. P. PERK IE, f PaorBiEioBs. THIS POPULAR HOTEL HAS BEEN RE PAIRED and REFITTED THROUGHOUT, and it now open to tho Public. The Proprietors, recently of tho "Goddard Hottse," Maysville, Ky., Rolicit th patronage of the'travellin fcom mn'nlty, and especially of those Kentuckians to whom they have been known as the hosts of Lb Goddnrt.'. No pains will be spared togivesatis fuelion to every guest of the House. CCRBIN GALLEHER, JOS. F. FERRIE. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 4th, 1862. S. SALOMON"; WATCHMAKER, Goodard House Building. May 7', lSfi3-ly MAYSVILLE, KY. PICKLES, CATSUPS, SAUCES ci I GREAT VARIETY. SUCH AS;. PICCALILLI, CHOW-CHOW. TOMATO CATSUP, -OYSTER CATSUP, CUMBERLAND SAUCE; FRENCH MUSTARD. JSTTlciled and Soiced Oysters die. &c. For sale by, GEORGE AUTHUKi c april S3 Second Street.- NEW BOOKS. My Farm at Edgewood, by Ike Har vel a ' . J $1 61 Hannah Thurston, by Bayard Taylor, 1 61 Tales of a Wayside Inn, by Longfellow. 1 25 Husksj by Marion Harlnnd. . 159' Thel.inpof Amusls, by Brilwer' 125 Louie's Last Term, by Author of Rntledge 1 50 Soundings from the Atlantic, Holmes I 25 Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette 150 Beauties of English Poetry 4 00' Evenings with the Poets 4 00 Longfellow's Poems, Cabinet" edition 2 50 Heaven Our Home ffc 109 63f"The above, with numerous other new and valuable publications, just received by G. W. BLATTERMAN, Booksellers. Second Streetl- -A-- O. COCHRAN'S FAMILY GROCERY STORE, No 23i west-side Market stv, Galbreath'b) . , Old Stano. MAYSVILLE If Y. JUST received a largo stock' of Family, and Assorted Groceries, such as Sosar, Syrup, Coffee, Teas, Macltrrcl, Fish, Nutmesr-s, Spices, Candles, Wil low hiiu nootien Ware, Uraorts, Tobacco, Cigars, &c?., &c. Havinsr bonsrht all mv Goods for cash, and my. motto being "Quick Sales and Small PbofitS," 1 can assure all who may cive me a call, the cheapest Grocories in the city . BS" rue nest quality of COAL.OIL always oa hand and for sale at the lowest market price. A. B. COCHRAN. N. B. Five year Old Bourbon on tap. and the best of all kinds of Liquors constantly on hand. aiaysviue, Ay., March 13, 1863. A. lt.u.- For Rats,-Mice, Ronches, Ants, Bed Buss, flJoths iu Furs, Weulenx, &c. In sects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c. . Put up in 25c. 50o. and $1.00 Boxes, Bottles, ai:d Flasks. $3 and $5 sizes for Hotels, Pcbiio In stitutions, &c. 'Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." ; " : ' ' "Not dangerons to tbe Human Family." "Rats come out of their holes to die." ; c i R?So!d Wholesale in all large cities. ..t . t3T"Sold by all Druggists & Retailers everywhere E!!BJWare!1! ot all worthless imitations. 5See that "Costab's" name is on oacb BoX, Boltlri. and Flask, before yon bnv. ' t-Addrewr - ' HENRY R. COSTAR. fc(PiNcieALDKr-oT 482 Bboaowat, N. Y, X3TSoW by all Wholesale fc, Retail. Druggists in JUayavilIe, Ky. ., mar 81, lSem. A CARD. , . THE undersigned would respectfully in--form his friends and the public that be will: continue the Livery and Stable Business, ; - at the old stand of JACKSON & WILSON,. where he will keep a (rood and stylish Mock of Horses, Carriage.', Bnggies, So., tc hire.. He is at all times prepared to keep aod feed Horses, singly or in droves. He respectfully asks aphare ot vour patronage. J. H. Wl-LsWI. Maybville,Feb:ilth',lS64-gmo. ; ' ' GU EESE Tfa e most select, brands of rich purei bluegraeS ehoess. ' - . w.