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SATURDAY EVENING, DEO. 22.U8J. 7.60L The above number represents the "week hf the DAILY and Wkbkia Hollktih. Adverllxers aro Invited to call aud assure themselves ot the- trnth or tut statement, anil tliey are requested to bear li mind that our ra es for advertising are tb low.es!., . ' a Governor McEnery, hns boon inatodiby the Louisiana Deniocruts. Ralph P. Lowu, who xiaa Governor of Iowii dnring tho war, is reported to be dying at Washington. CrfTA lists of Staunton, Vu,. who want to establish n colony of Dunkartlp, havo' "purchased 35,000 acres of land in Stafford county, Kansas, for $10,000. Tho Oiiio delegation in Congress object to tho appointment of Frank Hurd on tho .Ways and Means Coramkteo, for tho reason that ho does not stand upon tho OJ'iio platform on tho tariff question. The Iludson river is frozon over, nnd tho ico is from two to eight inches in thtcknesa. Navigation in tho Upper Iludson is entirely suspended, and tho ico mon havo already staked out fields for harvest. m Tub President has appointed u board to consider tho question of sending an expedition to tho relief of Lieut. Greely and his party, and to recommend to the Secretaries of War and tho Nuvy jointly tho stops tho board may deem advisablo to bo taken for the equipment and transportation of the relief expedition, and to Buggest such plan for its control and conduct, and for tho organization aa may Bcem to them best adapted to accomplish its purpose. Dr. P.. 0. CitENAULT, Superintendent of tho Eastern Lunatic ABylum, hns made his first report,to Gov. Knott. Tho total number of patients now under treatment is 043, of which 304 are white males, 257 are white females, 40 colored males, and 43 colored females. During the present year'tbero were received 101 males and 75 fomales. Tho number discharged as recovered was 38 males and 23 females. The number who died was 22 males and 24 females, and one malo escaped. Tho total 'cash receipts of tho Asylum were 5125,744.45, and tho total expenditures woro $118,100 34. . Susceptible Women. If all reports bo true, the susceptibility ol tho averago young uoinun is a thing to bo publicly uoplorcd, to bo contemplated with lasting and prayer. When- o'uo mellow note from a brazen instrument is sufficient to mow a wide swath in tho ranks of feminity ; when u trill on a trombone becomes as unerring and effective as a volley of musketry, and' 'a" young woman of demonstrable spirit and alleged independence is w from her moorings by the seductive strains of "Sweet Violets," or " Now Ever," it is at least time to consider the situation. Prudeiy and Puritanism are dead, they wero long ago decently interred; nosano person regrota thefr demise, and their resurrection is inconceivable in this ago or any that shall come after it. Tho world is no worse because that which was onco done slyly is now carried on openly and with tho utter tang froid that distinguishes tho generation in all things. But there is somothing infinitely depressing in tho selections mado by young ladles, who consider themselves free agents, In tho indiscriminate reaching out of their affections for everything in sight. Tho freedom of tho American girl is proverbial ; her social position is unique, and thero is a dignity born of liberty which it should be her pride to maintain ; but sho rofuscs to bo hampered by personal responsibility and loftily , ignores any consideration that interferes with her individual amusement. For an hour's diversion she is willing to mako herself supremely ridiculous, and hold the entiro sex up to public derision. The pleasure of making a fancied impression that somo ono else perhaps could not make is hor compensation. Whether tho game Is worth tho candle or not is a matter of no consequence whatever. Thore is somothing radically wrong with the woman who can lend horself to prop a massive egotism that but for such support must fall by Its own weight, who openly announces hor preference for ft man whoso only claim to Racial consideration is based upon the oxtremo facility with which ho eludes an irksome obligation, whether military or domestic, ana tho dexterity which enables hirn to mako a toilet insido of three minutes by tho watch: who does not hesituto to ho scon with a man who dnllyiaflronts propriety by promenading "tho corridors with people whoso names sho daro not mention, tho knowledge of whoso oxistenco even sho dare not confess. Sho meots a dozen mrnlier fellows on tho street any day, whom, from some insane oaprico, sho refuses to recognize Perhaps thoy aro not in her sot; perhaps sho consldors their occupation plebeian. Thoy do not blow a "wreathed horn." Tlioy.bavo no wives looming in the ground. to mako the situation interesting. t Thoy huvo no piquant biographical inci dents in goneral circulation : and so they enter not Into the seventli heaven of feminine approbation. Tho story of Bunthorno lias ceased to bo a caricature ; that which seemed an extravagunzn has become .a fiat, insipid tiling that pules bcsldo tho reality. Tho malo masher, much as ho is rcurottpd, is notun 4 I tint i I nlnr. fnf u'litfili tlinr.i IIIIll UUyUIUjllUHUh H llllllh UI ., ...w. w.w is no excuse. Ho is the natural outgrowth of a vitiated social condition, the essential institution of tho women -who have mado him a possibility; of worsen rrio forget their dignity and lay aside their reserve to bestow a gratuitous preference upon somo storiio subjeit that can n.ot oven measure thotr "Gently scan your brotlior man, UtiHgeutlier sister woman," nleads'the poet, and truly thero Is no created thing that needs jnoro or repays It worso. Advertisements Insorlod under this heading loo per line forench Insertion. Quoth John, " You'll please to tell me why, Without r waste of word, Till Wills' Candy T Imvo hero lHllko the curly bird?" " Why, John, my boy, I'll briefly say, Without a waste of terms, Thnl Candy's like the early bird lleciiUKe It culcheM worms." SfKllw Try Langdon'B City Butter Crackers. Children's cloaks and cloaklngs at HuntiSt Doyle's. All wool red undershirts at $1.25 at Nesbitt & McKroll'B. Russian circulars and dolmans cheap at Nesbitt & McKroll's. e Go to Kgnow & Allen for the tho best lot of tin toys in town. i Good bed comforts from 85c. to $2.25 at Nesbitt and McKrcll's. Ninety-eight different styles of new neckwear open to-day at Hunt A-Doyle's. Five hundred dolmans, jackets and cloaks at Hunt & Doyle's to-day. Four-year-old Kentucky whisky, $2.75 per gallon, at Fitzgerald's, on east Third street. Bring on tho babies. Pictures taken instantaneously by Kackloy at M. & K.'b book storo. o20dtf EgnewA Allen havo the nicest lot of toilet Bets and coal vases in Mnysvillo. Buy your cloak from Hunt & Doylo, they know how to fit you perfectly. Sugar 0 cents a pound, and raisins 12J cents a pound, at William Hunt's, Second street. U Frank Pliister advises his friends to call as early In tho day as posiblo for holiday goods. 18Jlw Wo aro retailing Misses and children's cloaks ut Now York wholesale prices. . dl2d&w3w A. R. Glascock & Co. Nesbitt & McKrell are making leaders this season, of ladies' and Men's underwear, blankets, etc. Cloaks. Tho largest lino and the lowest prices in Maysvillo at Nesbitt & McKrell's. Go to Kgnow & Allen for tho best and cheapest cooking btoves In Kentucky- over fifty different varieties kept in stock. Christmas and New Year cards, en's books, books to paint water colors, ami fine stationery, at Harry Taylor's, 23 Market street. Keiliidlon. From this date Favorite oysters will ho reduced to 2o cents a can. nlGtf John Whkelkr. Pi lilting Muterlal for Sule. A cmnplnto outfit for noix column paper. Tho outfit is now. Address Bulletin otlico. sl2dt( i Ladies wo havo reduced tho price of circulars, paletots nnd dolmans. Call and hco our circulars at $8, $12, $18. dl3d&w3w A. R. Glascock & Co. 'I ovh. Intending to close out my stock of toys this season, I will sell at remarkably low prices. Call and examine boforo buying elsowhere. (13tf) John Wheeler. Our dress goods stock is bo largo we will not onumeruto, but call especial attention to our black and colored cashmeres, black and colored Bilks, all of which wo guarantee good valuo at tho prices. Call and see. dl3d&w3w A. R. Glascock & Co. No other medicine has won for itsolf such universal approbation in its own city, state and country, and among all people, as Ayor's Sarsaparilla. It is tho best combination of vegetable blood purifiers, with tho iodide of potasium and iron, ever offered to tho public. A clear head is indicative of good health and regular habits. When the body feels heavy nnd languid, and tho mind works sluggishly, Ayer's Cathartic Pills will wonderfully assist to a recovery of physical buoyancy and mental vigor, The constipated should use them. Buss Horse Sliocrx. Messrs. Crawford A Short, of east Third Btrec', put on ono hundred and ninety-eight horse shoes on Monday. Wo are requested to return their thanks for past favors and to solicit a continuance of same in tho future. d22dltwlt Puro Candies. I havo a full lino of holiday confectioneries of all kinds. I mako my own candy ami guarantee it to bo absolutely puro. Nuts, raisins, figs, almonds, and a great variety of suitable things for tho holidays at reasonable prices. John Heiseii, , 17dtfcv2w Kuropo.ni Hotel, A (nick Recovery. It gives us pleasure to stuto that the merchant who was reported to bo at the point of doath from an attack of pneumonia, bus entirely recovered by tho use of Dr. Win. Hall's Balsam for tho Lungs. Naturally ho feels grateful for tho benefits derived from using this remedy for the lungs and throat; and in giving publicity to this statement wo are, actuated by the motives of public benefaction, trusting that others may be benefitted in n similar manner. A DOWNRIGHT WnAPS,UNDEnWEARandGLQVES, TOTXXjXi OJEJEJElja. TO-DAY Lot ladies' Cloaks, worth $2 50 at $1 25 Lot Ladies' Cloaks, worth 5 00 at 2 50 Lot Ladies Cloaks, worth 8 00 at 4 00 Lot Ladies' Cloaks, worth 12 00 at 6 00 Russian Circulars - 8, 9, 12, 15 and $20 Three hundred Men's White Merino Shirts worth 50c. - - - 35c Five hundred Men's White Merino Shirts worth 75c. - - - 50c Ten dozen Ladies' Lined Gloves, extra long 50c. 25c worth - - - One hundred pairs of Men's Lined Gloves at - - 25, 35, 50, 75 and $1 Handkerchiefs and Mufflers. One Handkerchief in Fancy Box, each 5c. Silk Handkerchiefs 10, 25, 35, 40, and 50 Silk H'dk'fs 75, 90, $1, $1 25 $1 50, $2 Cashmere Mufflers - - 25, 50 and 75c Silk Mufflers - 75, 90, $1 and $1 50 Silk Mufflers - $2, $3, $4 and $5 ! Boy's Caps at -15, Men's Caps at - - Fino Tablo Linons, 50, 75, 90 and $1 Alapaca and Folt Skirts, elegant quality. Bargains in Fine Rugs. J. W. SPARKS & BRO., NO. 24, Market Street, 0 PERA wronxrOGJ HOUSE, NIGIIT 03STXj"V.Tf Saturday. December 22nd, The Young and rimrmlug Comedienne, S1IKS JOSEI'HINK IlKILKY, supported by MR. KltEDKlUCK PAULDINU nnd a ninnnMcent Company under the management of It. K. J. Miles, of the Grand Opera House, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ubakspeare's Beautiful Comedy, "TWELFTH NIGHT." WPEleuant souvenirs prexented to every lady In the audience, Reserved scats 75 ceutH, now on nnlo ut II, TAY LOU'S news stand. :of every description at: F- H. THAXEL'S. IIAIHINS Loudon Layers, Layers, Lnoso Muscatel, Cabinet Imperlas. NUTS Almonds, Filberts. PecauN, Chestnuts, Peanuts, Fie, Dates, CurianU, Cltrou, Orange and Candled Lemon Peel, Foreign and Domestic Fruits of nil kinds and quality. Finest assoitment of common and choicest F1NEHT CANDIES. A choice lot of CIGARS and TOBACCO." We havo on our counter three hundred and fifty Boys' and Children's I OVER COATS! that we shall make a run on at from $2 to $4 each. Come and see them before they are all closed out. HEOHINGER BROS.&GO. A M.KUUKRS, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. ntC.Hco.M, tncliHOly MAYHV1I.LIC, KY, VTAYsVIILLE DIE IKIUHK. DYEING atul CLEANING In HIIU nnd Woolen Uood, Drewten, Hhawls, Klbbonstn alt colors. (Juuieiue i'm clothing Cleunud aud Oyetl Fro it xireet. txlow Hill House, 24 JOHKl'll RHKNNKR, Oyer, SLAUGHTER! -- CAPS ! 25, 35, 40 and 50c - 50, 75 and $1 MAYSVJLLE, KY. Vf ISH HATTIK CAKK, Second ttreet, January Block, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., ot the lateM styles. Prices Low. nicbSIUIy yANCKY AAXEXANHERr OI,B KKI.1AHL.K LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. Vehicles ol all kinds, good stock and e re ful drivers. Horses kept by the day, or week on reasonable terms, Ueoond it., betwees Market aud Llmttttoue. EjmANK BBVIMK, Manufacturer of ciQA.:RS. Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold l bo Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Bent cigars lu the market. Fall variety ol smoker' article. Second street. ally MAYBVILLE. KY HART K. THOMAS, Dealer In Millinery and Notions. Announces that she has Jest received her fall stock, whlou will be found very at tractive and that (therms also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One price only. 18 K. Becond bU, a9dly MAYBVILLE, KY. Dealers in BtapU ami Fancy IDIRST GOODS, SECOND HTKEKT. mchSlly MAYKVILLK, KY. T BAVI8, rURNINHINfJatMltMaMd data. Caps. Trunks aud Valises. The latest Fall styleslust received. Market BU, apl6dly MAY8VILMC, KY. " " f" AM KKCF.IVIXG BA1XY the best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will be nerved In all stylos. For fate aluo by the can, hull-can or lu bulk at prices. T.J. NOUN, at illerley's confectionery store, Becond Hi. A. J. W1L.1.1AMM. CARPETS Rugs, Oil Ctsths ami Mattings Will be sold CHEAP tor the next thirty days. Call and see them. mchSJly Ho. 'At, at tttcottd IXrteU (jiGNKW 4c ALLEN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARH, mantels, etc. Bole ageuta for the celebrated Omaha and Le.ier stores. Rooflna and guttering promptly and satisfactorily done. Cor ner of Market and Third .streets, A, R. Glascock's old stand. apll6dlw Ssta.'blia&.ed. 1885. EQUITY GROCERY. Gr. W. GEISEL, He. ,W. Meeesid Mt.,Jpp.JperstH)sts, FrultaandVegetablMlR season. Yourpatrea se respectfully solicited. llfallr itroMi: ttAi'ivrttN Bt., -, GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds of vehicles on band forsalo, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest aud best appointed Livery Btable In the west. Prices as low us any. Best attention to vehicles stoieU. Telephone connection. No. 4a and U weet HeooudBU, apl7dly MAYHVILLK.KY. vy W. LYNCH, Manufacturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly and promptly done at moderate charges. No. 41 Market steelt, East aide, ally MAYBVlLLK.gY"' r -I AMHOlf, 'photographer, Becond street, next dooi to Dr. Martin's apltklly MAYBVILLB.KY. . A HUMAN'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Large slock. All kinds at lowest prices. .. No. i7, Market alree , two doors below D. A. Richardson A Co.'s grocery. aldiwly M AYHVILLK, KY. TTTJNT A BOIXE, Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Btrawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian etc., and new Trimmings to mutch. Second BU, mchSUy M AYHVILLK, KY. r W.UALBSA1TH, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ben I Estate) hI ColleetlNff Asreaey. Third street, near Court house, mylOly MAYBVILLE. KY, JOHN B. l'vTHTI,JRn INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and boat Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Oflloa corner Third and Market streets. aplSdly M P. HARSH. ATTORNEY AT LAW, JaaHee r the Pcsuta, REAL ESTATE m4 IMMHtANM ANT. ' Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a sale is consummated. Deeds, mortgacpi Aa written at rate as low as any one's. Office Library Rulldlug, Button street, A G. BROWNINU.M. B., 'physician and surgeon. Office and residence south-east corner of Third aud Button streets. Will give special attention to diseases peculiar to females. pllfclly MAYBVILLE. s ' J.BAVOHERTY, No. 6, West Becond tllreet. Monuments, Tablets and HeadsteEiM always on hand. Orders by mall will reeelvt the same prompt attention as II delivered In person. spindly f HUKEBOReDOH, THKB088 WALTHAM WATOH 8TORH. Headquarters for Clocks, Ullver Goods, Jewelry etc All work promptly aud Becond at., East ol Market. aplT a ivr RIOHBNON, Dealer 1b Htaple and VaBcy has RRMOVKD from fata old stand to the building on Second street lately oeeupled by-Charles II, Krank. iaplMljr FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Pall line of Burial Robes and all artistes required by the HndetUklag trade. Order promptly attended to day or Bbjkt, mSOiy tfo, 1, Mart 5nl Htr. AYER'S 4 Sarsaparilla sores Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Rheutnntla Gout, General Debility, Catarrh, and all disorders caused by a thin and Impoverished, or corrupted, condition of the blood; expelling the from the system, enriching and renewing the blood, and restoring Its power. During a long period of unparalleled usefulness, Ayjek's has proyrn Its perfect adaptation to tho euro ot all diseases originating In poor blood and a weakened vitality. It Is a highly concentrated extract of and other blood-purifying: roots, combined with Iodide of Potassium and Iron, and is the safest, most rollablo, and most economical blood-purifier and blood-food that can be used. Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured. "Ayer's SahsafabilUl has cured rae of the Inflammatory Rheumatism, with which I bnve suffered for many years. W. II. Moohe." Durham, la., March 2, 1882, " Eight years ngo I had an attack of Rheumatism so severe that 1 could not movo from the bed, or dress, without help. I tried several remedies without much If sny relief, until I took AYKlt'.i SARSAPAniLLA, by tho uso of two bottles of which I was completely cured. I have not been troubled with the Rheumatism since. Have sold large quantities of your Baiisai'AMIXa, and It still retains its wonderful popularity. The many notable cures it has effected In this vicinity convince me that It Is tho best blood medicine ever offered to the public K. K.llAllltlS." River St., Uuckland, Mass., May 13, 1882. " Last March T was to weak from general debility that I could not walk without help. Following the advice of a friend, 1 commenced taking AYEBa SAMAPAR1LLA, and before I had used three bottles I felt as well as I over did In my life. I have been at work now for two months, and think your Sarsavamixa the greatest blood medlelne In the world. James maynard." 620 West 42d St., New York, July 19, 1882. AYER'S SARsAFARIIXA cures Scrofula and sdl Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas, Ringworm, Blotches, Sores, Rolls, Tumors, and Eruptions of the Skin. It clears the blood of all Impurities, aids digestion, stimulates the action of the bowels, and thus restores vitality and strengthens the wholo system. rBEPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price ?l, six bottles, 55. mffimM $30,000 FOR 2. Krfcalnr Monthly will 4 TUtake place In the MohouIc Hall, Ilulldlng, Louisville, Ky THURSDAY. Deo, 27, 1883. A lawful Lottery nnd Fair Drnwliifta chartered by the Legislature or Ky. ami twice declared legal by the hlgheMt court In the Btate. Ilond given to Henry county In the suraof JI00,000for the prqmpt puynientof all prises sold. A Revelation In Nlniglo Nnuiber Drnwlnir. sOTEvery ticket holder his own supervisor, can call out the number on IiIh ticket him! hee tho corresponding number on the tag placed In the wheel luhlH presence. TliexoilriiwItiKs will occur on the lust Thurwlay of every month. Read the magnificent December He li fine. 1 Prlro........ .-... J3l,OD 1 I'rlso .. lo.ou) 1 I'rlxe 6,tXW 2 IMses, $2,600 ertCh 6,000 6 I'rllOH, 1,1 WJ eacl a 5,(100 B Prises, 300 esch, Approx'n Prlr.cs.... i,70() 9 Prices, 200 each, " ' I.NMJ 9 Prluw, 100 each, MX) 3) Prices, 800 oac!i...t..M - 10,000 100 PrUes, 100 each 10.IKX1 XM Prlxee, 60 each 10,000 500 Prices, 'A) each 10,(00 1090 Prices, 10 each 10,000 1,867 Prices, 1110,400 Whole Tickets. 83. irnir Tlrhrfs, 81. S7 Tickets, 830. 03 Ticket 8IOO. Remit money or bank draft In letter, or send by express. DONT HKNI HY LETTTKR OR P08T0PK1UK ORDKIt, until further notice. Unlersof $5 und upward by express, can be sent at our own oxrwiiMe Address all orders to J. J. DOUULAH. aepl7dAwly Louisville. Ky. Don't Punisk YourGhildrei?! But goto your dnifrgtst or merchant nnd got a bottle of Wills' World Worm Cuudy, the most efllclont and palatable worm medicine made. It U put m In delightfully flavored ticks of candy, and the little ouwlovo to take It, PIANO MANUFACTORY F- L. TRAYSER, Dealer la first-class: PIANOS S ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED Front Street, Maysvllle. WeakNervousMen Whoso debility, tuiuated f.i ' ksr. tMWr, pruuiutura lccny ad faliara to perform lift's dHttes properljsra omud tir "Wfi orrOM of yoath. tc, will floJ a perfect ind liullir rutorttlonlo roUuat hculik Mid vlrnrona tuunhaud la rHEMARSTON HQLU8. iiuiH loniifu aruning nor BrtruwenU. 1 bis tnatmsat of rrom liebllltv ml yaicuiJUecityUnnlfarmly netswrsl btase bated on ported dlasnoaii sevr tuad aMreet Metheda and. absolute that! nihaiH, full laformatlna and Traatlaa (re. Aagrww i.ohuiiwi or MARST8N REUCDYC0..46W.14UiSL, NtwYrk. w IIO.IAM HUNT. hrttdUrKf "Bd r"t,"l0r or " " OIO-ARS, Bllver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse Hap. - .- - , Hsysvitio, Ky,