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tfow rublta Buildings.
The "Federal Government will soon bo
supplied with a variety of handsome and
oxpensive structures in all parts of the
Union. Thirty-three new buildings
were authorized to bo begun at the last
session of Congress, the location, ultimate
cost of the same, and present
available appropriation being given in
the following table :
Ahlnsc'lon, Va $ fiO.OOO $ 25,000
ltrooklyn, X. V, 800,000 300,000
Columbus, 0 2.10,000 100,000
CJnncoid, X. II 200,000 300,000
Council niuira.Iowu 100,0'H) fio.ooo
Dallas, Tov 7.",00i) '37,00)
Denver, U1 30'),000 10',(Wi0
1) Droit. Mich G00.000 20.000
Erie, Pa 1.10,000 300 000
Frt Wavno, Ind 100,031) -10,000
"Frankfort, Iy 100.000 300.000
Galveston, Tex 12.1,000
GreonsboroiiKhfN'. O 50 000 - 2.1.000
Jlannibul, Mo 75.000 87.500
JlarriRonlnvi?, Va 50,000 25,000
.Jackson, Tenn 50 000 2.00
Lcsnvcn worth, Kan 100,000 10,000
Louisville, Kv 500,000 200,000
Lynchburg, Va lOO.OO 50,000
MavquPtto, Micll 100.000 60 000
MfnnfMipol'9, Minn 175,000 00.000
Oxford, MliS 50,000
Flu 200,000 200,000
IVoria. Ill 225,000 300,000
Pontfhkeonsle, N. Y 75 001 75.000
Quincy, 111 175,000 87 500
X. Y .100.000 350,000
St. .Joseph, Mo 75,000
Scranton, Pa 75,0:)D 37.500
hhroveport, La lOO.ooo 300.000
fivraeusn, X. Y 200.000 300.000
Haute, Ind 150,0 ) 75,000
Williamsport, Pa 100,000 50,000
Total T-1',775,000 52,732,500
In addition to this, aporopriutions
were made for continuing buildings in
course of erection as.follows :
Montgomery, A!a $ 00,000
"Little Uick, Ark JJ.KK)
Washington, D. 0 40,000
Hurtford, Ot 20,000
Key West, Fla 4,000
Cairo, 111 fiO.OOO
Chicago, 111 31,000
Topoku, Ivans 30,000
Pudueah, Ky , 25,000
New Orleans. La 300,000
lialtiraore, Md 350,000
Uoston, Mass 375,000
Fall Rivor, Miihs 35,000
Ktnsa5 Cltv, Mo 75,000
tit. Louis, Mo 380.000
Jersey City, X. J 4,000
N'w ork,X. Y 20,000
Puffalo.X. Y 87,500
Utica.X. V 7,600
Cleveland, O 150.000
CI icinnati, 0 450,000
Pi'tsbur'h, Pa 200,000
J'uilad 'lphia, Pa 400000
Memphis, Tenn 75,000
Xashville, Tenn (5,000
Uanvillo, Va 30,000
Port W. T 18,000
fmar.estown. W. Va 10,000
liuildin js under the War and Intorior
JJuildintc under the control of the
Treasury Department 140,000
This m?ike a total of $6,357,000 to be
expended in building during the year.
N. Y. Graphic.
Japan furnishes an example that tells
largely in favor of a vegetarian diet.
That the .Japanese are a people ot
muscle and great, physical endurance is
apparent on every hand. The specimens
of rauseulnr development shown in
the build and structure of the working
classes are evidences of great strength
and hardiness. The diet of these men
is entirely of vegetables and fish, and they
are very economical feeders at that.
The quantity of food they require, or, at
least, the quantity that they eat, is astonishingly
small when compared with
the food devoured by the meat eaters
.trom the Western World. The amount
of manual labor they perform is prodigious.
The coolie who does the work for
which oxen and horses are utilized elsewhere
is about as strong and can accomplish
about as much notvy work as
the beasts of burden they take the place
of. They are possessed of immense
- power of limb, being able to pull loads
that would be considered as much as
any ordinary draught animal could
draw. It is wonderful to see them walk-.
in away with the heavy loads they
easily move; and aa carriers of burdens
upon the shoulder they are capable of
fitartling achievements. Seemingly their
frames are as tough as steel, toot, susceptible
of cold or intense heat going
thinly clad in freezing weather, and not
shrinking from the sun in its most oppressive
seasons. Yokohama Cor. San
I have Just.opened with a full stock ot
Laces, Ladies' Satchels, &c.
-Also a full line of-
' My Mock was bought very low. I intend doing
therefore 1 can and will sell VERY HEAP.
C. H. COOPER,
No. 37, E. Second Street, nDlra Maysville, Ky.
BUCK WHEAT FL0UK,
Home-made Yeast Cakes.
G. W. GEISEL,
Km. 9, W. SeeoBd St., Opp. Opera Hoaoe,
Fmltaand VefeUblcein Beaaon. Your patronage
respectfully solicited. Ji4dly
&79A WEEK, I12day at home easily made,
O outl outfit tree. Address Tkuk A Oo.
' August a, Maine. "aaarSXljr
AS. H. SALLEE,
W. F. POWER.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
(Successor to HUGH POWERS' SONS)
No. 22 and 24 SecondStreet, Maysville, Ky.
Dealers-- at Wholesaleand retail In
STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS and TINWARE,
RANGES and BASE BURSTERS,
WOOD AND WILLOWWARE,
HOUSE andKITCHEN SPECIALTIES
ED IRON C01CE and UN ROOFING,
CHENOWETH & CO.,
Bcfi leave o announce to their fr'cnds and the rubllc generally, that tl.ey oie
qiubiioi.ably, the finest Hue ol lancy goods and other goods ever exhibited In the city.
LADIES' PUKSES AND SAOHELS
OF TH E LATEST STYLE
Puff-Boxes, Toilet Sets, Soaps and Brushes of all Kinds at All Prices.
COMBS, PERFUMERY, Etc.
PURE OLD WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINE and GIN
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES
The public willlflnd attour establishment the choicest goods at reasonable prices.
CHENOWETH & CO.
CLARENCE Ii. SALLEE.
SALLEE & SALLEE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
And Real Estate Agents.
OFF J CEONCO Vlt T STREET
gep!6dly MAYSVILLE, KY
For power, purity otone.brllliancy of touch,
beauty of finish and durability it has no equal,
The most eminent pianists pronounce It
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
MANAGER, Branch office, Maysville, Ky
:Also, The Matchless:
A full supply of pianos and organs co
on hand. Correspondents promptly answered.
Payments easy. sep2Gd&wly.
FARM FOR SALE.
KUNBGR ONE LAND.
OFFER at sale privately my farm,
thirty four and one half acres, situated
on the right fork of the old Blue Lick Road,
about one and a hall miles from May slick. It
has on it a good dwelling, stable and outhouses
fruit orchard, and abundance of water for all
purposes. Terms made known by applying to
CHARLES F. GARRISON,
oct25dlwtfw North Fork, Ky.
E are now receiving the most elegant assortment
of RTTC3ftIKH. PHTCTONR and
CARRIAGES ever brought to the city of May
no. 7 Second, and 18 Sutton fits.
AND FOIt SALE BY THE
CAN AND HALF-CAN,
"B" soun oysters, per i can 20c
" Favorites " per can 30o
" AnchorStondaids " per can 40o
" Selects "per y2 cun 40c
" SelecUs, Extra," per yz can 50o
" N. Y. Saddle Rocks," ,
C'lSI.EKY TBY DAY,
Immense stock of canned goods just received.
CHANGE OF LOCATION.
WINDHORST & BLUM,
Have removed their iMerchant Tailoring Establishment
from Cooper's building to O. H.
White's new store, "No. 31, Second street, where
they will be pleaded to have the public call an 1
see them. Prices low and work the best.
aue2dly WINDHORST & BLUM.
Boarding and Eating House.
RESPECTFULLY announce that I have
T opened a Boarding and Eating House on
Third street, in Poyntz's block, where I am
prepared to entertain the public in the btst
style. Prices reasonable.
nGdlmolfw THOMAS CONNELL.
to suit all tastes and purses at
G. A. McCARTHEY'S
CHINA DEI OX.
my5dly No. 30, East Second street.
WILL AM CAUDLE,
Manufacturer and Inventor of
Made Double or Single for men or boys. Address
careT. K.Bali & Son,
apl4dawly Maysville, Ky.
Fa Si XflLlTiEiRS.,
Groceries, Hats and Caps
Boots and Shoes, Qneensware and Hardware.
Highest cash price paid tor Grain and Country
Produce. jyl5d Mt. OLIVET
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
Steam Engine and Saw Mil
Xzkibltod at Atlanta In 1881.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw Mills, Gang Edgors. Lath Machines, lino
and Spoko Machinery, Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys,
Couplings, Gearing, Grist and Flour Mills
tSeud for Special Circular of our No. 1 1'luntatioa
San Mill, TThich wo Bell for
Special attention given to Plantation Machinery.
lUuitratetl Circularn Free.
LANE & BODLEr CO.,
John & Watftr Sta.. Cincinnati, O.
Hunt & Doyle's.
F. H. TRAXEL,
Baker and Confectioner
FBEiH OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
The only manufacturer of PURE STICK
CANDY in the city. Orders tor weddings ana
parties promptly attended to. myfidly
.iVMl pe day at borne. Samples woith
$;UV 9U fc free. Address Bxxkboh A Oo,
Portland. Maine, aaarSUy