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M0HN1NQ IN T1W CITY.
What enarrits hro'thlmI oh, Incono, brbathiiig Asmara I , -with Horry "frtHhnom Is tlio hour! Before tb.'5'dnwn I hear tho mllkiti' n' burn Blow at my Kate with p iw t. The hours far in tho 'glowing oast Touoh nil tho skies with streaks of go 1 and red, Fqo for tho cyos, though for my liunntiix foost I usually take a llttlo ro)l in bod. The English 8pnrrow, Just outside my jrato, Balutos tho mora with many a rasp'njr squawk; Tho enrtmuu, with slow wheels that cro.ik an J grnto. Inspires his laggard stood with shout urvl whack. And now tho baker's boll, 'with dlro nlitrn, Ding (longs and clangs: in tones that fairly frcozo ... .. . Fll n UlllmlH n illliiln4nB t. 1 Comes down tho streot and yells: "Ntco rauisncoHi" With rattling sticks along tho picket f'neo Hush down tho strout loud sw.uins'of boys; And ovory mnn in all this city demo Starts ap aud gruots tno day With somo now doIbo. to mondl" comos bawling down tho stroot: "Ould hatd! ould hatsi ould hatsl" Just shiikcn tho tlnnr: M Char-coal, l" ' ilcro's y ourn.co.HV? frosh cut's moat I" Whllo Daplzl" swell the thun deringtoar. Oh poncoful mornl oh, blushing, clou'lcs da wnl now swcot to kiss thy bronthl How swoct to grasp a club and tall up in on Bhrloklng boy, awl matil him half to , death. Hurftiiffuii Uaukeye, To a Puzzled Parent. Tho fact that your bay has a peculiar faculty for spending money, and a distaste for saving or even scorning to save it, so that ot two articles of equal tlesira'bllHy ho would always prefer tho more expensive, especially if tho prices were to be known to "the boys," .may well give you some and cortainly calls for some watchfulness anij caret but it is not -necessarily a bad rtgru It indicates rather ignorance thin vice, and is a fact duo rathor to the social civilization of the times than to special personal characteristics. For in America the common though m,i t..t r ,.,nMrt.v. t 4i.A v.tin.. ". make money ana generosity spending it. AVodonot twTmiro a miser wo do not worship, as it is Sometimes sat we ,)n mnM ,ni.i, fpi,w. to . nltv whore ffl n,or d.AJn,l. But those mon are most respected who andmYhnmth T,,e loft hand lady matched Uielor.il ana i' (lisP,a' with an lP aviary, man who has a h ndsom (hatnfttllit It ! .nl HS ag.een nave moans ality. The 'ur whTdrircra'Yine TpanTwho 'dS ss w,if i i.iQ ,! i.i'n.ti.i J...U ... . . "M who hires an expensivo pew in church, who gives liberally to publio and benevolent enterprises in other words, who apparently lias plenty of money and uses it freely is tho man fikely to be looked up to by all his neighbors, including the deacons and tho minister. The test thus furnished is not altogether a bad one. Jf a man in .America has money, this indicates energy, industry, temperance and thrift in brief, the economic virtues? if he spends it freely, this indicates a liberal, generous disposition in brief, tho chief social virtue. These two classes of virtues tlio economic and tho social by no means constitute a completo manhood; but they go very far toward making a useful and agreeable member of society. The free .spending of money is furthermore unconsciously encouraged uy and religious literature. 1'ulplt exhortations to liberality are fro- quent; to economv. rum The duty of parting with money is emphasized; tho iicciiimilaiiiig ot iiionuv is tivatwl rather uh a than as a virtue. Under sneh oirutnnslau es it is not atr all strange that our loys hou!d grow up ambitious to bo freo sjiender ami nsmiiucd of small economies: that they should wish to appear to have jileuty of money, and that they should think it manly to spend it ireoly. 'I hoy can hardly bo expected to look into tho philosophy of this matter, or to realio that there is a between spending their father's money and spending their own. Not a few mown men. ami some with a uiiion oi greatness, never comproliend this distinction. There urn members of Congros with a largo reputation for liberality Wliollv hulk noon llmir nv. ;.; , ' J .V,V 1 "AroNo.i to m.nososoonr" "No: hut ! '""l' J"'1"" -.von jvora liMiig v !l " illu:t 'm (,! w,!lu l0 v 'h; ' ..1,,oy, w.era J,u ,bl" V jiendituro of other people's money, and cl;iy and chopped hay form the adobe others subjected to the od'uni of material. Tho workers presented a simjdy becaus'o they aro cure- urosquo appoarance, iho tod about voting away raunpy which cliiels bound about tlioir foreheads con-comes oqt of lla hard earnings of trast tig with tho r bronzed Skins, tering oyes and lark hair. Thpy woro Nor iatho mere fact that your boy gray-colored shirts uhdpnnts that inMit gets into somo bad companionships and nave beep white iL tho embarkation of home activities any proof . Noah's ark. They were rolled high or even any Indication of a depraved above the knees. Two of tho mon stood nature. It indicates danger for him, , in tho mud, with which they and demands foresight and caution loadod an oblong litter, with it from you, but it does not indicato moral to a man on thelijll above, who moldod culpability in him; cortainly not of an ' tho bricks. He had a hollow kind lar frame, three inches in depth and"li- ary uogroo. Good boys aro often only J insano ooys. xiiov do nothin very bad oucauso thoy do nothing at all: tliov .,., , , , , r - j iiiujju unu ate quiec ana got a reputation for sanutity simply Tiecauso the aro half sick. Thoy never tear llioir ulothes hecaiHo thev never climb trees; noyorget wot like eaW, thoy aro afraid of the water; never light thoy aro eownrds; never disobey becauo thoy have no W'U'of their owii. The colt that is hardest to break is Worth morn a A hrvrfin if hn u u.lnKr brpken., ) TJiero is no duuger of an ex-. iiiuojun in a wntoii has no lire i in tlo and no Usuvi In the boilro ,An energetic, 'ambitious.' Tivaclous, inqnis'tivd boy, d'sirous to know everything that any ono elo knows and to do everything that any one else can do, lull ot the sense oi Iim own strength, and ambitious to try it in season and ont of 'season, is in home uncomfortable boy'loget along with; sliro to bo getting into continual scrapes and misleading younger and weaker companions; but those are the boys who make the elliclent, sncces'ul and useful men, if 111 their boyhood they are. rightly trained Christian Union. Two Women at Front Door. Across the streot from our house is a new double brick block, with front door stops exactly alike. Two families ifctrangersto each other, lately moved , into these twin houses , and there begun & rivalry between tho bettor half" of each familv as to whinh of tlm t.wn stops should bo most tastily decoraied. Tho landing on the left was first mented with a gorgeous, many-colored rug. Tho lady on tho right Hung with a bright-hued carpet that covered tho stops and reached to tho sidewalk. The rug at tho left looked lonesome, and was reinforced bv a low bam- rooker strung with many-colored , i ribbons. Tlio lady at tho richt came to i ti.euoor saw the ribbon rocker, .and ) resolved to go it two bettor with a couple of camp-stools, beautiful to looki upon, but unsatisfactory for sitting ))OSes, if the sitter weighs moio than a! faiiy. J tor a brief moment tho lady at tho left was Staggered, but on rocoverin' her self-possession she rushed in and , dragged out one of those treacherous and arrangements called a Hammock. While sho was tacking this upon tnonorou, in such a way as would break the first man's back who tried to ride it, her rival hovered aroupd tlio scene, a picture of apathetic despair. Tlio poor little guitar, minus one string, with which she had yainly endeavored to stem tho tide whjch was setting against her, was plainly inadequate. At this juncture fate came to her aid. The discordant cry of a'potted tlower vender sounded like the rarest .me'ody to her ear. ' Af Z'tT"Xl .""?"& V" Vt,,,u.7 . 1'" uuiniijj uisuiuuo, aim sne Doujrni nun 2"ill,eMa?5SJt1,Vn? U,h,ff for hor loft hft.V. $ $ ?2 Z l' . " - u0 h i ftnj ll0ort .o';'cJ around the cornersrof her mouth alter this maneuver was a study for a paint or. But it faded as quickly as it came. ISKV'fti "h Y WT looked, and then she sat down in tho tilWIdf if Vint ct ltivlirtiKnrra Nirii It i rii. placent air as of assured victun, to await the cominjr of her housemaid,' who had been sent to a Uorist's for a i gorgeous hanging whicli win in-' SoUnlliy B. T. w. tended to drive tho iron of do rati Second und fourth Sundays In each month, straight into her rival's soul. The rg t ! at thclr ul n LInlcn6 "I"' s-resource hamfwomau was not idle. As a M , ur"hr ; she produced her parlor ntiua.1 LKto."S?.eaCh,n0nlh,althe,rh"!,0n rium, containing a gold -fish ami a Ht, rnsrlcU'a Benevolent Society. striped (.the latter dead )j Second Sunday In each month, al theii Hall Then she appeared, and aftera sljort d" on Llmeaionestreet. lay came back carrying tho amil It was draped with the crimsi n table cover fiom the parlor, .in I contained tho family cat and hor lar. e litter of kittens. Two sta d citizens might at this time have been seen making the r way. arm in arm, toward this new block, and deep in c They stopped before the a- . ...... , ... 11.. .- .1.. .-I l .......! : tlie respective ladies, io hiilo their emotion, tho men sought tlio ricaictt saloon. And while tlio ladies went in-Hide their empty houes U havoaMgood cry," acoloied man walked oil' with tho canary, cage and all, whilesomo uimghiy bos soqucstered every ono of tho old cat's kittens. N. Y. News. JUnking Adobes. Monday morning wo drove down to seo them making adobes. Thoy make an 'aeequai" by drawing the water through a ditch from the creek to whero tho minims rvh tili miwln TIiIj ,.'.,- vided in tho contor. Placing th'son tlio 'rniiml lin lill.fl it tirtl I. ......I from ..w.ll.tp .u ...IVX! fy ITUII lllllif the litter, smoothed tho mud even at the top, and raising tho litter loft two bricks on tho ground, wliijo the two.mon, trotted back and again loaded tho llttor. Afjor theso auohes dry on the top thoy aro turned sideways to garden inr tho sun. At night they arc carcfiUly cdvorcd with tarpaulin, in ease of r:iin whicli destroys them if it fallsboforethpyamjiardene'd. The Mexicans fn buildlpg tQir houses, hollow out a placb in front of tho building, where 'the "itautf)1 ,is' fdiod.to make tho adobe, and. when tlio house M43W "CITY AND COUNTY DIRECTUM. Can r t real t'ceh r . Judge A.E..COI0., , ,. A. Cur ran. - ' iPDali Perrlne. Deputies: t'hnn Jeflcrson. I Jl W.Alexander. Jullor Dennlw FHr.L'erald. Tuesday af lor second Monday in January,! Apru, juiy nun uciooerinencnyoar. Ootahry conn. Judge Wm. P. Cortns. County L. Whitaker. Clerk-Ay. W. Ball. Second Monday c: each month. titrlrly (onrt. niesuuy aner Reeoni. Mommy in March,, June, Hoptember and Decemberln each year, j AinfciKtrntrHCotirtM. i Maysville, No. l.-AV. V. Pollock and J.L. , VKburUd DlcemberiyB Iu Mnrch'.ble prices, A Complete HVie of latest styles and best make of Maysville, No. 2.-M. F. Marsh and W.L. . . 'Holton, tlist Saturday aud, fourth Tuesday, T5 TJ A T TVVT A. TTT1 fT HP'THTTT1 same months. Dover, No. 8 A. A. Gibbon and A. P. Dobyn, first and third Wednesday, samo inoiuns. Minerva, No. 4 O. N. 'Weaver and J. H. Watson, first and third TumluH, mi mo iliuiitlin. Ger:nantown,No.5 H. F. Pollock and Jap. Fegon, first and thlid Sntu.diiys, same months. , . , Hardls, No. ft-J. M. Ball and J. W. Tllton, second and fourth Butunlayn, snmc months. Maysllck, No. 7 U. W. Williams and J. U. Raymond, Wo'nd and fourth Fridays, same" months. Aft HorTl', second and "feurU TThurWiys, somo months. OracReburE, No. &-W. D. Coryell and W.J. So'lu,1 "Ilturdny nnd lnsl Washington. No. 10-John Ryan and James Smlthors, fouith Tuehdoy apd third Jefferson and E.L. Gault, fourth Monday and third Thurs 7112-8. E. Mast.n and J. B. Burgess, hecond and fourth Saturdays, same months. CotintnMcs. Mnysvillo.No. 1-J. P.. Wallace. Maysville, No. 2 W. L. Mornn. Dover, No. 3-W. K. McMillan Minerva, No. 4 James Kunyon. Germantown, No. 6 Isaac Woodward. Hardis.No 0 J. A.Colllris. Maysllck, No.7 Tnomos Murphy. Lewlsburg, No. 88, M, Strode. OranReburg, No. &- Tliohias H lsb. WnshlnKton, No. 10 James Gnnlt. MurrJhysvillu.No. 11-W. R.Pither. Fern Leaf, No. 12-B. W. Woodt) Norloly Mcellnjrs IHaannle. Con fid once Lodge, ,Nq, 52. flxtfl Monday oi each month. Mason Lodge, No. 842, thlrtl Monday of each mon,b. ,. , . , .u v. Maysville, Chapter, No. 9,second Monday oi each month, Maysville Commhndery, No. 10, fourtL Monday pf each mohtb. l.O. O. F. Piseah Encampmetif. Np. B, second and fourth Mondays in each months at 7,o.'clock. DeKalb Lodtfe.Nb. 12, TticRda falglrC ,'each wtolr, ot 7 o'clock. ''',, Rlnggnld. No. 27, Wednesday nlgbt, each week, at-7 o'clock. , i( ' Knlchln Bf HOBor. The first and Ihlrd Tuesday of each month. Lodge room on Hutton street. - ii.ori. Limestone Lodge, No. 36, Friday night ol each week. Y. O. W. M . Wednfsday night each wceb.al their hallon Second street. ClKr jnnkerN' Union. First Tuekday night In each mouth. I. O. G, 7. Monday night ot each week. JIullx. K. C. R. R. orrlves at 8:80 a. m. and 8:16 p. ni. DejiurU. at o:45 a. m. and 12 m. Honamza, down Monoay, Wednesday and Fridays at 0 p. in. UpTuesday .Thursday oud Bttturday ats p.m. CITY OVKItMKT. The Hoard ol Council meet tho ilrst Thursday evening in each month. Maoi Horace Januiuy. Council. Prenld&nt L. FaU Peurce. First WuidFied. lleudel, A. A. on n. L. Kd. I'earce. Hecond V ard Dr.U. W. Martin, Thomas J. Chenowetli, dl.U. iiutcliins. Tliird David If echmger. Fouith J. P. Phlster.B. A. John W. Alexander. Filth Ward Win. 11. Mathews, James Hall, Edward Myall. Treasuror and Collector E. E. Pearce. Clerk -Ilai ry Taylor. Murshal Jiuiicn Redmond. DfliiutiPH I ,l0,, Urownlng. uoputies. Wm 1)llwson, Wharfmuster Robert Flcklln. Wood and Coa) Inspector Peter Parker. MArketmHster M.T.Cockerill. City Jf. Strode. KReperor Aims ijpus Airs.rji "" ' I ' "J I 'I ' 'I1'1 DOMESTIC PATTER p AT ' Hunt & Doyle's. Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Ilavo Just received their ";:. "'"-". of Im ported and Domestic Uoodsortnoiatesistyies, rrices rcnsonnoio ana worit me oesu lauuly J. C. PECOR & C0 MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, WALLPAPER. BtiililiiifirJRnpor, Ciurpot Paper, WINDOW SHADES. It'lK. fH Ir.ltl I'.l, JjJll ilmh'cfl -. Is. t I CLOTHING, '1 tV KENTUCKY Ml i .fjdli V Mlld'H .P K CLOTHING HOUSE Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to be sold at the lowest Dossi r,w -" for men youths and children. Positively the finest line of Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this cit v, which We are prepared to make up in the latest styles and fashions. Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Call and see us. 31 Second St. America Ahead! FOR SA'Cfe BV ALL LFAOING DEALERS. hBK "for iT! 'Birr itir m 'mlldfckwJfn ' " ' r - NOTICE, JLi Lj Vllnit.lli, "A Of;i)e celebrated WEBSTER WAGONS .f 1 'io oil mrmo irt Just received, Call and get one for less money man you ever ooognta n.ogSd.ly t j RILEY. II TNTrkiPTm IB T a '. v Tj.t ,o s 'J .ft.K IT having been asserted that 1 am preparing to move to the country andulvoup niyju? terest in the BewInC, Machine bublnen, I fake this ritetliolrdlttriUo'nucftig Whr irlelidsttnd tho puhllpthat iherejs notja word Qflruth In ii except iiiiii i win move my family io me country 1ut -will t'Ontln uu t6 sell the old airy HsiieieiQioie. (.'omoetiioisnlc tlcetheuhove. I am thankful to tlib public for tho lnrize nutrotiOL'tj I have received for the passed nine years, and respectfully solicit a share In the future. r jHnVdj;:iiii a .a. Mccracken, Agent fpr the Hlnger Manufacturing Co. T. LOWRY, DKAI.KK IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Ten, Tobacco, Cluorfi, Queennware, Woollen wni . f31itks.u?nvn. Nriflnna A.n. HIpIipU ntipo ' -," " !'. jw. paiu ion ountry nouuee. uoodsoeuveieii to i any part of the city. Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets,) i apl'Jlyd MA YSVILLK. KV. I T. R. Folton E. Davis. FULTON & DAVIS, -Manufacturers of- OHIO VALLEY MILLS FAMILY FLOUR, Corn, Shorts and ShipstutT. flour for sale by all grocers In tho city. FULTON fc DAVIS, aul8dlf ABERDEEN. O. THE M weber ruia for power.purlty of tono.brilllancy of touch beauty of finish and durability it has no equal,Tho most eminent planibU pronounce it THE BEST IN THE WORLD. ' L. F. METZfM MANAQEiR, Brtncnohloii.lMbysvIllejKy. 1 :Al8of The Matchloaq; BIIRM!tf , OMAN. rl oij t ri ud I'l Li i A fall supply of pianos ond organs con ;weJju WTtvu uWWtWr i. 1. tfi I CLOTHING. l'iH - w wi, ITicroy & Lee. SCROFULA and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas, Kczcma.lUotchos, ItIngworm,Tumori, Carbuncles, Rolls, and Kruptions of tho Skin, aro the direct result of an liupuro state of the blood, To euro these diseases the blood must bo restored to a healthy and natural condition. Ari:a's but for over forty years been lccognlzed by eminent medical authorities as tlio most powerful blood purifier in existence. It frees tho system -from all foal humors, enriches anil Strengthens tho blood, removes all traces of meraurlal treatment, and provos a complete magtcr.ot all scrofulous diseases. A Recent 'Cure' of Scrofulous Sores. "Sou;e months ago I was troubled with scrofulous 'sores (ulcers) on my Tegs. Tho Umbo wero badly swollen anil, Inflamed, linjl vtho hor.e discharged largo quantities of offensive matter. Kvery remedy I tried failed, until I used Avcs's SAitSAi'ARiM.A,oC which I have now taken threo booties, with th result that th sores re.bealed, and my gfctfo'ral health' greatly IniproVcd. feel very grstof ul -for. thegood your medclnehaa don niu. Yours respectfully, Mil's, Ann.O'Rkiak.'" YM telilllvkii Ht:, N6W i'drk, Jime lit, 1882. ' t" AilprSohs1ntfrstcdar invited to call on Mrs. O'llriau; jUso upon the Rev. Z. cftwhoUfll WkArdaiVro testlfyihe to tho wonderful tfljfacy, of (Ayr's not only in tho viire bf this lady, "but 'In hla A"vni tose hnuv rnuny others' tvhliln his knoIedpe., . , Tho well-known jcriter on the Dn$ton Herald, B. W. BALli,of Jtocfater, A. ..writes, Juno 7, 1882: " leaving sulfcrcd severely for some years with Ecrcma, hnd having Tailed to And rollef from other remedies, I have made use, during the past throe month, of AYtift's SausavaUIlla. which has eifeoted a Complete cure, 'f. consider It a remedy for all blood diseases." Ayer's Sarsaparilla stlmuUtcs and regulates tho action of tho dl-. gestae and asslinllattvu organs, renews and strengthens tho vital forces, and speedily cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Gout, Cutnrrh, General Debility, nnd all diseases arising from an lmovorishcd or corrupted condition of the blood, and a weakened vitality. It is Incomparably tho cheapest blood medlclno, on account of its concentrated Btrength, aud great power over disease. l'ltni'AUKI) IIV Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price $1, six bottles for & &A Stata L Konrce S's.. Chicago. ww 1111. Iir.,l. Ininv nHlmfitS.I : for HAND lit. vh GATALOUUE, .' . .IU MrrniMt I "fSh t'f t mtruiit.i i tit., ni. IV .u, I'dmpoos Kpwnlns I tpn. m.n.t lrniii Allli', HU 1 ffbr. Ht, Sun.lry Iht.l KrpMn sinpi' ilimliiil olialuilHlnlrictlonii.l Lm for i m.li. aja a itiupcut otCuuLa lu.iu Mu.lt. fehlWAwly Snniii; School ISiSS? BSAFIKO, and all the FXNISUINU PAUT8 ol "!W1FPTWMW ' Poiiilon GuarantiBd if Deslrod, LADIESI AiineK S313& FaVi" a vutxiu at walls lwnlug., CINCINNATI, OHia mar.id&wSm EDGEWOOD. Desirable COffTRV Place FOR SALE. WILL sell privately, on reasonable terms, I my place known asEdBowood. ou.tho Lex inaton turnplhe , ono and a touitn miles irom Maysville. Tnetfdct contains 17 acres, moio or )ess, aud uau on. it t pjn;e dwelling oi sevon roomBand a kitchen, a gQOd stnhlo, and all other necessary outhulldlugs, toeotliM WithagocMl (enanthouseof.thret room1. Tho m i