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FLAGS, LANTERNS and DECORATIONS at PHISTER'S.
; vvUJUi varfr. - Uc? aPSrv TCn?TCE?NFL "DTTT T "G J.-lf ' Bitll 1 U UJUJJJU tin. frra ." - ."- ? t. u HEWJ TOJTHE IiINErIiET THE- CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MAY. yyiTf S f 4MP .r. YOLUMiB.l. MAYSYILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1882. NUMBER 253 ' 'A j, t ,", J if I A 11- h. Ptvawmwi HUCH FO WERS'SOUS t f 9 wlJl wot be undersold In S0MESt TIN WARE, MANTELS, GRATES, Etc. EXCLUSIVE SALE OP THE "'MONITOR" OIL STOVE,THE ONLY COAL AND WOOD ABSOLUTELY SAFE COOKING STOVE Oik STOVE IX THE WORLD. . NOTICE. ON acconut of ray continued 111 nealtb, 1 have concluded, hs soon as practicable, to retire from the dry Roods trade, 1 now offer my entire stock for sale to any merchant wishing to engage in the business, and will from' the 1st day of July Bell my goods FOR CASH, until disposed of, which will enable me to offer to the retail trade some special bargains. All persons knowing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle at once, as I am anxious to square my books. Respectfully, apllldly H.H.SMOOT. Furniture Polish. A -H - VERY useful and excellent article now being Introduced in this city, Is a FURNITURE POLISH manufactured and sold by MR.M.J.BISCHOP. Jthas been tried by very many of our leading citizens, who are warm iu their recommendations oi its excellence. Il can be used on pianos, furniture ot all kinds and fine vehicles. It gives a very superior and lasting gloss. The following who have used it are referred to: Hechinger Bros., A. Finch, State National Bank, Central Hotel, D. R. Bullock, V. W. Ball and E. Lambden. Flemlngsburg. Ky., refferences : "Fleming & Botts. l N. Weedon. Judge W. S. Botts, J. W. Hellin, banker, H. Cushman, H. H. Stltt, L. F. Bright. W. . Fant. Poplar Plains references: Hen Plumraer. Dr. Hart, Mrs. L. Logan, B. Samuels, Rev. Summers & Bro., Lu Rue & Son, Blue Lick Springs. Tie FolldTOg are Agents for M. J, Biscliof THOMPSON A MALTBY, Fern Leaf; HOWARD & DINSMORE, Furniture Dealers. Carlisle. K.v : T. M. DORA. Germantown. Ky. : A. K. MARSHAL & SON. Marshall Station. K U. W. WOOD, " Washington. Ky.: A. O. WHfTE Sardis, Ky.; THROCKMORTON, HOLMES & uu Mt. unvet, ivy., j.j. wuuu. urug store, Maysville, Ky.; J. H. COONS, Brooksville, Ky. T. M. LYNN. Ecline Livery Stable Ports mouth. O.; A, L. STONNER, Ashland, Ky.; J. A. JACKSON & SON, Mnyjdick, Ky.; W. D. FRAZEE, Dover, Ky.; J. H. WATSON, Minerva, Ky. aug!7d2w PIANOS-ANO-ORGANS. PERSONS In need of a good Piano or Organ will find It to their advantage to call on the undeisigned, No. 31, Market street, agent lor D. H. Baldwin & Co., ot Cincinmti, Ohio, where they will find all the standard makes, such as Steinway, Decker Bros., Haines Bros., Pianos, Estey and Shoniuger at very reasonable prices. F. F. GERBRICH. CONTINENTAL. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF G CAPITA Jj, 4,500,000, , EO. W. ROGER agent, jofflce at Wheatly & c,o.', Maiket St., oeiow Meconu. uium) J.-B. SOUSLEY, Architect, . . Contractor -, and Builder. furnished and- hil work warranted. ESTIMATES- on Fourth- Street between Market anql"XejU,Qng)Lw imumnaw T;J? tr4mwW 9 pffiSkmrnzmzmm dealer JnJBatJi TubStpjyUrnnt. Pnmps.aron nnd Lead PJne, Globe, Angle and Check VaU es, KnbberHosQ and Sewer Pipe. All wtfrkAvar opp9sItec"SVhJte & Ort's. ap$ 'OMAHA "THE MOST PERFECT WITH EVJDItY MODERN lafPROVEHEN (aug23dly) BRIDAL PRESENTS AT- HERMANN LANGE'S Jowolxy Stors, No, -13, Second Street, 3 doors West of Market. augSldly T. B. Fulton. E. Davis. FULTON & DAVIS, -Manufacturers of- OHIO VALLEY MILLS FAMILY FLOUE, Corn, Shorts and Shipstuflf. Flour for sale by all grocers In the city. PULTON & DAVIS, aulSdly A.BERrEEHST,0 n i - - .i - .i ! i i JOHN WHEELER , '. -- a r' Headquarters for all kinds of Confectionery Fruits, Canned Goods, etc. Fresh Stock and Low Prices, Come and see me if you want to save money. ""- f . CHANGED , Stem-WINDERS esrj. BALLENGER at Albert's China Store adjoining Pearce, Wallingfoid & uo.'s Bank. apiiuniu 4 J F. L. TRAYSER, PIANO MANUFACTURER Frout St., 4 floors west of Hill Houhc Grand, Upright and Square Pianos, also the best make of Organs at lowest manufacturers' prices; Tuning and Repairing. nl.7 WA'S .vat trMft ' HAVE a lull supply ol the best GUNPOWDER I TEA in the market. Give me atrial myUlyd GEO. H. HEISER. ....Illlllipi I II f 'I, II ll H I - M I - tL&ur&iwu HILL HOUSE and Is prepared to Tiirnlsh board by the day or week. Meals furnisheu to transient, customers at any. hour durlna the day. myl5Gm rEstcblislxea. 1835. s& -)Vu '9& fkeamffiwpJim jrft Sfepjd! age rgsrjetjfully .splicjltcjd, ( Jl4dty" In China. There is trae custom in the Celestial Empire that we would like to see turned loose here. Boys in China are not supposed to he responsible until they arrive at about the oge of twenty rears, nnd their parents are held accountable for all their crookedness, just the same, as the owner of any other dangerous animal is held responsible for damages. Supposing a bad boy walks up and throws a stone through your bay window that shatters a fine calla and busts the statue of the sweet singer of Michigan, you do not go out and chase him four blocks with an iron rake and club him till he gets out of reach, but you just get an old hoe handle that swings easy, and you search out the boys parents and wear them out with that hoe handle and mix them up with the sand. Then if the boy don't behave himself you can go to other relatives of his, and gradually enlarge the circle of your acquaintance, until you have mauled the entire relationship, even including the old of the boy, aud if any of these resist they are subject to imprisonment. This law, although apparently stringent, is a good one. It makes parents take more interest in their children and look out for them more accurately. It encourages parents to know where their boyB are, and to keep their eyes on them more than they do iu Laramie. Well, if that law were to go in force here, some men we know would have to take an arnica bath twice a day and wouldu't have a whole bono in their body. We like to see a bright, active boy with good health and souud lungs, but the thriving blossom that will develop into a Jesse James, we have no use for. If the Chinese law could be enforced here against those parents who are breeding up a sqund of hoodlums, we would not weep. It would be pretty active work for the avenger and his hoe handle, but it would institute a reform at least. As it is now, a building can not be left over night before every pane of glass is broken and the walls smashed in. Now if the owner had he right to climb the male parent of those boys and knock his shoulder-blades through his spleen and tangle his works all up so that hereafter Ms food wouldn't be any benefit to him, it might arouse an interest in his children so that he would make them an ornament to society. You can't do much with a strange boy anyhow. If you spank him with an old window-shutter, he goes home and tells his father, and the old man tells him to go right back and do the sime thing and he will stand by him. Then the boy returns aud rep 'ats, aiid your start after him with the intention of killing him, but as ho turns the corner a quarter of a mile away aud puts his thumb on his no3e and waves his fiogers in the air, you control your brutal temper and go home. That s the reason why in twenty years from now it will be a bitter cold day when the telegraph doesn't give us the 'particulars of twenty-seven murders and thirteen train robberies. Laramie Boomerang. As we have our All Fool's Day and the Kornans their Festum Stultorum, so in the Brahman Festival of Spring, one f the. principal diversions of the Hindoos is to send people on errands that are to end in disappointment, and thus raise a laugh at their expense. Alexa,ndr commanded all sailors, arid traders to bring' the peculiar pVouctionk of the countries tliey visited fo Arjstotle. Apuleius made.. pollectipn; ,of . Alpine fossils,, while the Emperor. Augustus had a largp. cabinet of quriqsities , .from', all parts of the known world." , mmmm youttfreputation. ( Best He Could Do. It was a Michigan man riding through West Virginia on horseback, and one, afternoon as he came along to a settler's cabin on the mountain road he asked of a man leaning over the gate : " Can. you tell me how far it is to the town ahead?" 'I reckon I kin, stranger. You'll have to peg along fur about nine miles1 yit." "But it is nearly dark. Is there no tavern on the road ?" "Never heard of any, and I've backed my corn-meal over this road risin' of twenty years." "But perhaps I could put up somewhere ?" "P'raps ye could. There's Steve Taylor's down about four miles, but he'd beat ye blind on old sledge. There's Mose Smith, a mile nigher, but Mose would feel offended if ye didn't trade nim that boss fur a stub-tailed mule. Might put up at Green's, but there's lots of -rattlesnakes around his place. Kur-nel Johnson is down about six miles, but the Kurnel would turn ye all out doors at midnight if he found that you didn't vote his way." "But what am I to do?" " Waal, I'm a squar' man stranger, and the best I kin do is to ax ye to stop here with me, an' to tell ye before hand that if ye ar' awakened in the night by shingles bein' ripped off and logs pulled down it won't be an avalanche or a cyclone, but only mea'n the old woman for the two hundreth time since the war to see who handles the money when I sell two coon-skins fur a dollar !" "I I guess I'll goon," faltered the rider. stranger! The last man who stopped here said he wished he'd have run the chances with the snakes down at Green's, an' I gin him my hand when he rode off. I'm squar' up and down, as I told ye, and Green's is the third cabin on this side arter ye cross the creek." M Quad. m A Hint for Summer. The tattie in India, says Chambers' Journal, is a large curved or sloping ; screen, which accurately fits into each door or window facing the west, and is made of the roots of the khuskhus grass (Androporon murieatus), which singularly combines strength and porosity with the most delicious and refreshing fragrance. These screens are about an inch in thickness, aud, during the hot and dry west wind, are saturated from outside Wiui water, wmon lmmeuiuieiy commences evaporating under the fierceness of the blast ; and ns evaporation always implies cold, the wind which, in the veranda, would raise the thermometer to 120 degrees Eahr., passes into the house at 75 degrees or 80 degrees, laden with a delicious fragrance. While tatties are in working order all other cooling appliances are unnecessary. In the neighborhood of Gwalior and Jhansi there is another form of tattie. A small creeping, thorny variety of the ber (Zizyphus jvjuba) is largely found in the jungles ; tlus is collocted and dried, and at the proper time the whole west veranda is inclosed with thorny walls nine to ten inches thick, and these being saturated from the outside, all doors .are thrown open, and a delightful temperature is secured. Tatties are of ,no use during; the easterly wirjd, which ushers in and accompanies the rains. Laden with, moisture, it is a.damp.winfl, andj there- fore, jotards evaporation. h . ill wi :o A i A Nbw York jState .man, twho. tried a',' nWjfWW?KC'WWPBiU i.4 'I ft uv fcuviijfj iu j, w iao?wjOTqwqeaW BtfiW.1.'.. i ' , , '.