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MAYSVILLE, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20, 1883. pAUIi A'o. 21 NUMBER Ilnttlvliolil. 51 HOLIDAY GOODS I. AXDERSOlf, Did the Comet Give the Sim a Black Sir Garnet Wolcley's Coolness on tho Garnet's demeanor both before and after the light. His coolness and sol relianco -- DENTIST, Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, AS. Eye? Call and examine our IMMENSE stock of MA YSVJLLE, KY Office Open at all Hours. goods suitable for n iyI3Iy.d. HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Larger Stock Than Ever Before Displayed. H. SALLEE, CLAIIKKCE L. SALLEE. SALLEE & SALLEE, ATTORNEYS Al'IiAW J. C- - PECQiR & CO., Ky And Itonl rslntc Aprents. aiAYSVIIiliK, OFFICE ON CO VllT STREET MAYSVILLE, Kl' seplGdly J. C. Kackley & Co. -- cm my5dly GLASS and QUEENSWARE Dealers in- - Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps and Clothing. Goods nlwavs what they are roecommended to be. Main Street, Genuantown, Ky. to suit all tastes and purses at G. A. McCARTHEY'S C.ELX.JHJ& No. 30, East Hecond street. DEPOT. m &fw$uV &s5w$aV. -"" F. S. MYERS, Dealer In YS9v " hv r EHDALUS Ml 111 . r CUREfll zz-z- rnM la Kl Groceries, Hats ant! Caps Boots and Shoes, Queensware and Hardware. Highest cash price paid for Grain and Country jy!5d Mt. OLIVET Produce. ilf DOMESTIC PATTERNS -- AT- Kendall's Spavin Cure. iTtie Jttot.Sncce8rul Komcdy ver discovered, as it Is certain it itsollects anu does uotblibter. HEAD PROOF BELOW. Hunt & Doyle's. F. H. TRAXEL, Baker and Confectioner A SPECIALTY. The only manufacturer of. PURE STICK CANDY in the city. Orders lov weddings and myjouiy parties promptly attended to. From Rev. P.N. GRANGER, Dr. FRESH OYSTERS B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In reply to vour letter I will say that my expeiienqe with r Kendall's Spavin Cure' has been very satisfacof the celebrated tory indeed. Three or lour years ago I pro- A CZj&.JEL-Oj&.J- O' cured a bottle otyoui agent, and with It, cured a horse ol lameness caused by a spavin. Last season my horse been me very lame and I turned him mi lor lew v?eeks whem ho be- Just received. Call and get one for less money came bettei, but when 1 Hit him on the road" you ever bought a Wagon. rins-he grew worse, when tilscovered that a Ken-dell- 's than Ml ALL & RILEY. aug2dly bone was fanning, 1 piocuied a bottle of Spavin Cure and with less than a bottle cured him so tliut he Is not lame, neither can Respectfully yon is. the bunch bo found. 1 P.N. GRANGER. lESH Perseverance Will Tell. Stuouojiton, Mass., March IG, 1830. B.J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In Justice to you and myself, I thluk I ought to let you know that I have removed two bono spavins with Kendall's Spavin Cure one very largo one, don't know how long tne spavin nuu been there. I have owned the horse eight months. It took mo four months to take the one-largo one off and two for the small have 1 ubed ten bottles. The horsn is entirely well, not at till st ill', and no bunch to be seen o'r felt. This is a wonderful medicine. It is a new thing here, but ir it does for all what It has doiid for rue its will bo very great. Chas. E. Pakkek. Respectiully youis, KENDALL'sSPAviNCuiiEissureln its effects, mild.in its action, as it does not blister, yet it is penetrating and powerful to reach a every deep seated pain or to remove any bony growth or other enlargement, such as spavins, splints, curbs, callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness and all enlargements ol the Joints or limbs, or rheumatism' in man nnd for any purpose for Which h liniment is UBed fdr man or beast It is now knbwn to be the best liniment for man effects! ' Bend address for' illustrated Clrcular-whlcWe think gfves positive "proof oTiUf virtues. No ferhefdy lias evermet With 'stfoh Unqualified Wcc8 to our knowledge, for beast as well as h ever .USetl, acting mild and yet certain in its .t?t rl u. TP: riww itfetocto wmwfctffi'Utawv ttldretfeidri Mtoeinfrttffcrlce by ttm. proprietors. DR B.-J- . KENDALL flJlWlfc VferiMOttt? JfM er botlid. or six Dotues lor o. hW it brffefc ketHTOtfydUcfrit " all one of his rabbits was stolen trom tho house which he had made for them out of a wooden case which stood a few inches tbove the ground. At the top of WAGONS it an opening had been made about tho width of two hands, which was clo.-eat night by a board on which heavy stones were laid, 'the house halng thus been secured, and as it wa found each morning that only one rabbit had been stolen, and that all the rest wero quite uninjured, it was considered imPINE APPLE HAMS, possible lor a weasel to have oll'ected the heft. It was, therefore, supposed Home-mad- e Cakes, Yeast that human hands had been at work. The owner consequently first made tho GEORGE HEISER. myOdly opening more secure by nailing down one side of tho board, and covering it with grass and stones, and then hid hinisolt in order to watch for the thief. CHANGED TO At one o'clock in the morning he heard e. and was not a noise at the rabbit-ho- u CB"J. BALLENGER at Albert's China a little astonished to see two dogs inStore udloining Pearce, Wallingfoid & stead of a man on the top of it. Ono apllOmd Co.'s Bank. was a largo dog of the neighborhood, well known to him, a cross between a St Bernard and a large woolly collie, feared by all other dogs; the second A singular fata ity sooms to have wa ll stranger, a small terrier, just jompassod tho lives of a part of Kic.iard slendor enough to get through tho hole AVING determined to go west I now offer iailey's family of ten children, who Tho big" dog, who, in the rabbit-housfor sale my entire Btock or voro born and liavo generally lived at on other occasions novor noticed hiq I'ownshend, Vt. Henry, aged ninefey-hresmaller comrades, had evidently como China, Glass and Queensware, dropped dead in his own yard tit to an understanding with his little friend lmt place a few days ago Hubbard, about the nocturnal rendezvous. Tho with the good will of the house and all infor- leventy-hindropped (lead in big dog suratched away all the grass mation in my possession regarding the busiiDana; seventvfour,ifoH from and the stones, draggod up .the board, ness. I have a new and well selected stock, In first rato condition and, bought at low figures. i Joud of corn androka.his baokjiAbi-tha- i and .let tho. terrior jump through .the Any parties wishing to enter into a Rood, safe eeventy-wo- , fell from a Joad of hole. Tha latter returned in Aa,J Jew paying busltfeds,"now bave.an opportunity sorrt at Saratoga and broke his neck; seldom offered. The Fall and Holiday trade is now just on itid- Mrs. Polly Bailey 'franklin was ubJ andn;fear bUyR will feet all the Wenefit therefrom.' Urine reatime'I shall sell'tfoods aken suddenly ill tod ?did before' tile at. tall and wholeeale at almost cost. iDctor cd'uldfbQi summoned, . NOTICE. WEBSTER OYSTERS" Stem WINDERS. FOR SALE. Happening to look tit the sun one day last week through a pa;r ol those very dark spectacles which are used in the manipulation of the electric light, the reporter saw a distinct black speck on its disk. "That must bo a very largo sun spot," ho thought, and immediately betook himself to tho observatory of his friend the astronomer. " Yes,'' said the astronomer, "that's the black a truly remarkable spot. o o that the great comet gave tho ruler of the solar system! At least there is a theory which says so, and, as tho sun has shown black eyes W.ore alter groat comets have been engaged with him at eloso quarters, perhaps tiie theory is not so very far out of the way." "Do you mean that the comet hit tho sun 3" No, not exactl. that, for if it had it wou'd have been the end of the comet. But it undoubtedly through tho atmosphete o. the sun, and if it had gone much closer would have touched what appears to us as the sun's actual surface. You know that one of. tho discoveries of recent years is that meteors follow in the tracks of comets. Tho tremendous spot that a lorned tho sun's lace a. tor tho per.hul.on of the comet of 184J3 has been ascribod to the fall into the sun of a huge meteor following tho comet, and the present spf t, or rather spots -- lor there are several which 'made their appearance about the time of tho perihelion of our great comet may have had a s'mil at origin. There ia another view that can bo taken or it. It has been shown that ii comet going very close to the sun is liable to bo torn to pieces by the divellcnt for. es operating on it. Tho present comet, you know, has a divided nucleus; in fact; it has probably thrown off several masses of considerable eometary magnitude, and the work of disto bo still appears integration go ng on. Now, it may have parted with a portion of its mass when it was nearest the sun, and the fall of this may There is yet have produced the spots. another way of loo ing at it which does not involve tho fall of anything upon tho sun, and that is th's; the exceed ng-l- y close approach of tho comet may by itself have caused the spots. It is true no comet has ever shown that it posse seil mass enough to effect by its attraction tho mo ion o' any p'anot near which it passed, but the gaseous surface o. tho sun is in a condi ion fardill'oront lrom that of the solid globes which resolve aw nd it. At any rate, tho greater spot whioh you now see on the la e of the sun, ami some of the smaller ones too, undoub.edly made their appearance when the comet was at its perihelion and moreover, they appeared on that s do of the sun whioh was then turned toward the comet. "So you see there is roallv some reason tor saying that the comet gave the sun a lack eve. Jn return for this p'ugil stic salute, however, if all tho observations are to be trusted, the King of Day reduced the comet's head to fragments." N. Y. bun. All accounts aro agreed as to Sir Js pa-so- d wero extraordinary. On the morning before the battle, when he took all tho Generals and their respective staffs to reconnoiter tho enemy's lines he dismounted within a couple miles of and gathering the others around him, explained exactly what he meant to do. With a short stick ho po ntcd to the intrenchments as he might to a and quiblackboard in a lecture-rooetly indicated in turns the position of each part of the attacking lorco. Ho had the whole thing off by heart, know and explained in exact detail what every regiment had to do. While they were thus occupied, protected only by a small cavalry escort, tho enemy so t out a party to observe them, but made no Wolseley's demonstration. further 44 finisho I, they all remounted lecture" and rode back to camp. After tho battle was practically won. Sir Garnet came to the bridge across tho canal communicating the right with tho left attack, and getting oil his horse, quietly began to write his telegram an nouncing the victory on a scrap or paper handed to him by one of his staff. Here, too, he received the reports from the various staff oflicers of divisions and brigades, asking more particularly as to casualties. "Aro you quite sure?" h.i Don't give m wrong always said. h'gur s. Don't mention any ofuer's nanm unless you are quite positive he is hit." All this tini3 he was giving orders right and left, now to one s'aff officer, now to another, and through it all, confusii.g and embarrassing as the situation might well have been, was perfectly quiet and unconcrned. London Tcl-el-Kebir, 4 World. ling's in Partnership. reported in the Cologno jourua s. Tho u owner of a number of rabb.ts near suceess.ve nights found that for six Bar-nic- A curious story of canine sagacity is d I H e. e, e, Mont-jomer- yt - tl " tf?U, A. MCUAlVXHUiX.i .. 4U Tit jjw ..r, ,. ... vt.'i- imAi, DAILY 'EVENING BUIlL'ETIN, SATURDAY EVE., JANUARY 20, 1883. fNEWS BBEVITIES. 'well-know- WA2TTS- W T cicizen of Dennis J. Long, a AKTKU-- A fow day boarders. Boarding . house located In tho central part ol Akron, 0., is dead. THIS OFFUR. town. Apply to J'.Cdtf G. I. Rucker, a pioneer, died at GreenPelisses, A NTK- U- Lodgers Two or three uiedgen-Tastonishingif tlomen can got lodging, with or without WE have a tew flno will Sell at Paletots and which we field, 0., aged eighty-twly Low prices, Call and see them and secure a board. Apply to THIS OFFICE. oltf James Ryan was crushed to death by bargain. ANTKB-- To make to ordorall kinds of J181wb A. It. GLASCOCK & CO. machinery in the Etna mill at Wheeling, rubber stamps on short, notice. n m o. LADIES , lished dully, and served Ireo of postage at 0 cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; el.iiO per six months, and 83 per yenr, payable In advance. EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND AHKRDEEN. OHIO. THAN ANY O'lHER PAPER PUBLISH ED in MAYS-VILLflOrTIIE STTekms : The Evening Bulletin Is pub- E. Our Agents. The following persons are the authorized agents for the Daily Bulletin at the places named. Contracts for subscription or advertising may be made with them : Gehmantown T. J. Kackloy &Co. i SnANNoN Wm, Clary. Washington airs. Anna Thomas. Mayslick-.J- . A. Jackson. Mt. Olivet Peter Myers. SAitms-- P. W. Suit. Feiin Leaf Harry Burgoyne. Minerva W. II. Hawes. trian statue of General Burnside, at R. I. Brown's bakery and Crawford's grocery burned at Lorain, O. Loss $4,000; insurance half. Gen. Jnrvis Jnckson died at his home at London, Ky., Thursday at 8 o'clock p. m., in his ninety-sixt- h year. The Polytechnic Society of Kentucky has organized a college of pharmacy for the education ot women only. Daniel L. Davis, of Waynesville, Ohio, claims to have invented a process for making sugar from sorghum cane. Fires Wednesday caused losses at N. Y., of $40,000; Austin, Miss., $5,300 ; McArthur, O., $30,000. The recent storms damaged the sea bluff facing the ocean driveway at Long Branch to the extent of over $100,000. A man in California shot his wifo be- cause he feared she would expose his old time intimacies with another woman. At Goshen, N. Y., Bernardino Cassiano was found guilty of murder in the first degree in tho killing of Salvatore Rocco. At Galena, O., Dr. O. II. Penn was knocked down and fatally stabbed by a desperado named Terry Stevens, who Prov-dence, Al-ban- Wo. Vtt. Over $300,000 is subscribed for on eques- U'JOiltf A. SOIUUES & SON. fir.IT i ABrfEu Persons wuntlng Water Intro- TT dnced Into their houses will please call ou tho undersigned nt the olllce of A. Finch & W BUY YOUR CHARLES PH1STEK. Solicitor for Water Co. OTICE Tho owner of a mull nnd a blackj sutln parasol left at our store, the former a fow days ago and the latter last fall, will please cal and set them. Co. JlOdGtwlt N WATCHES, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE at EC. LA.isTGKE'S 43, Jl'JUtt A. It. ULASCUU.K. K UU. No. Second Street, JEWEIiKY STORE. aug3ldly 3 doors West of Market. .E DAVIS. WANTED By a single man of good habits ou a furm. Understands all about larm work, and raising tobacco. Best T. B. of references furnished. In the last place 18 years. Address, A. L. B. THIS OFFICE. JanlOd&wtf Fulton, i FULTON & DAVIS, Mamifactuiers of FOB SAMS. The old "Pickett Perrlne" mill property ou F OR HALE of land, Lawrence cieok. Con acres with tains & 29 dwelling-hous- e, mlll-buildlng, v, OHIO VALLEY MILLS Apply at once to M.F. MARSH, Couut Street, Jan4 K A 1.12 OirilENT A splendid farm .of 1JiOK acres on Kiuuy Creek, 14 miles from Vanceburg, Lewis county, Ky. New tobacco barn aud new ground ready lor first eiop tobacco. For particulars apply to II. C. BARK LEY. . Maysvllle, Ky. J8dfcwlm Vanceburg Courier copy 1 month, send bill to thlsofllce.l pike. Prlco, Sl,250. orclnrd, etc. Borders on turn- FAMILY FLOUR, Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff. Flourjor sale by n,ll grocers In the city. FT7X.TON & aulSdly DAVIS, ABERDEEN.O escaped. EDGEWOOD, Desirable Country Place For Sale. Maysvllle. The tract contains or less, and has ou It a IS'ew gold fields have lately been discov- ered in Alaska. A hill which prohibits the use of bicycles is pending in the Ohio Legislature. candidates for tho up the organization. United States Sonatorship in Nebraska. B. M. Sharp, Sheriff of Jefferson county, U, has been sued by the wile ot win, tlar Four hundred and sixty-thre- e small- - ris, of Stoubenville, for slander, damages pox patients are under treatment at Balti- - being laid at $5,000. niore. James McCabe, a wealthy meaohant at Town Creek, Ala., was killed by Tom MaTnERE is a report afloat that Senator ther. McCabe ejected Mather from his Logan has returned his "300" medal with store several days ago. thanks. Peter Pehl, of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, whoso- daughter died on account of her One hundred and thirty thousand perwas arrested on a sons were sufferers by the' floods in father's charge of manslaughter. Prussia alone. Rev. John De Witt Miller, in New Jersey Legislature, prayed that no member might An Inspector of the Department has been at Lexington to establish have to explain to his constituents how he got rich on a legislator's salary. free postal delivery there. At Minneapolis Francis M. Pierce, of The Scientific American says coal oil Buffalo, N. Y., railroad engineer, commitwill soften leather hardened by water and ted suicide by shooting through the head. Ho leaves a family. Despondency. render it as pliable as when new. D. B. Chisholm writes to directors of sevi Cole J. Snapp, clerk in the oflice of the eral California mining companies that he Back Tax Collector, at Louisville, has been is defaulter to the amount of $7,800 and telling how he tracks. arrested on the charge of defrauding the supposed to be covered his Australia.He is en route to city. At Pittsfield, Mass., Joseph Butler, of The Tennessee Legislature has passed a North Adams, married, and 27 years old bill to pay the officers who captured Polk, pleaded guilty to the charge of outraging his niece, aged 11, and of intent to outthe defaulting Treasurer, tho sum of rage two others, aged 7 and 8. He was sentenced to the State prison for life, with ten days' solitary confinement. Thehr were 40,120,738 .bushels of grain shipped from the port of New York in There is little difference in morality or 1882. Tho grain was carried in 1,064 integrity between the thieving carpet bagsteamers and 340 sailing vessels, but not gers who led the colored people of tho a pound of it in an American vessel. South in tho days of ' good stealing" and President Arthur is said to be already the southern desperados who are put d now by the Republican administratired of oflice and Would not accept anand backed by it to lead them. To other term if it were offered to him. It tion, does not look much as though ho would the real friends of the country, or to tho colored peoplo, the prospoct presented by be given tho opportunity of rofusing. putting forward such men as Mahone, The Washington Post Post says : That Cash and Chalmers, as leaders, is not a the poor are not without friends on the flattering one. Ways and Means Committee is evidenced The Government during the last, one by tho fact that diamonds aro still to bo taxed only as much as blankets. hundrod years has made .about seven hundred treaties with Indians and nearly o 'Although the report of the Tariff Com- oVory one of themhavo beonlirokon. And mission purports to mako an average re- just'now the Government is arranging to duction of twenty per cent. li in realty break a fovv( more of them 'so as to onablo incases tho rpvonue about $4,000,000. cor tain wealthy corporations to steal large, All this is to bo exposed when the bill is tracts of valuable land intho Indian Terbefore the Senate. ritory, Rowson, Ky., was burned to death Wed nesday by her clothing catching hre from a fireplace. Tho adjutant general of Ohio has refused to disband the Governor's Guard, and an effort will be made to recruit and keep A little daughter of a Mr. Johnson, of AYER'S PILLS. especially designed to euro tho diseases caused by tholr dorangemout, including Constipation, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Dysentery, and a host of other ailments, for all of which they aro a safe, sure, prompt, and pleasant remedy. Tho oxtousiro uso of those Pills by eminent physicians in regular practice, shows unmistakably tho estimation in which thoy aro hold by tho medical profession. Those Pills aro compounded of vegetable substances only, and arc absolutely f reo from calomel or any other Injurious ingredient. A largo proportion of tho diseases which causo human suffering result from derangement of tho stomach, bowols, and livor. Ayer's Cathartic Pills act directly upon these organs, and aro There are twenty-fou- r privately, on reasonable my place I WILL sellknown nsEdgewood, on theterms, ington turnpike, one and a fourth miles Irom Lex17 acres, more FINE DWELLING ot seven rooms and a kitchen, a.good stable, and all other nocossary outbuildings, together with a good tenant houso of three rooms. Tho has on It a good bearing place is fruit orchard of all varieties, Is well adapted to gardening and being convenient to the city Is very. desirable. Title perfect. For terms apply on the place to janl0d&w3m WILLIAM HUFF. well-watere- d, I - Post-offic- o X. LOWRY, DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY Teas, Tobacco, Cigars. Queensware, Wooden ware, Glassware, Nouous, &a. Highest price paid for Country Produce. Goods delivered to any part of tho city. Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets, apl'Jlyd MA YS VILLE, KY. $10,-00- 0. A Sufforov from Headncho wrltos : " Ayer's Pills aro invaluable to mo, and aro my constant companion. 1 havo boon a sovcro Butforer from Headncho, and your Pills are' the only thing I could look to for rolief. Ono doso will quickly move my bowels and freomykead from pain. Thoy are the most oifootlvo and the easiest physic I havo evor found. It is a pleasure to mo to speak in their praise, and I always do so whoa occasion otters.. W. L. Paor, of W. L. Pago & Bro." Franklin St., Richmond, Va., Juno 3, 1882. " I havo usod Ayer's Pills in numborloss Instances as recommended by you, and havo never known them to fail to' accomplish the desired result. We constantly keop thorn on hand at our homo, and prizo them as a pleasant, safo, and reliable family medicine FOR DYSPEPSIA th6y aro Invaluable. J. T. Hayes." Moxia, Texas, Juno 17, 18S2. Tho Rr.v. Francis B. Harlowe, writing from. Atlanta, Ga., says: " For soino years past I havo been subject to constipation, from which, In splto of tno uso of modlolnes of various kindsj I sulfored increasing Inconveuiouco, until somo months ago I began taking Ayer's Pills. They havo ontiroly corrected tho costive habit, and havo vastly Improved my gonoral health." Ayer's Cathartic Tills correct Irregularities of tho bowels, stimulate tho appetlto and djgostlon, and by their prompt and thorough action glvo tono and vigor to tho whole physical economy. P RE V ARK I) 11 Y CHANGE OF LOCATION. WINDHORST & BLUM, ilnvo removed their Merchant Tailoring Establishment from Cooper's building to u. H. White's now stpre, No.Jjl, Second street, where they will bo pleased to have tho publlo call aul see them. Prices low and worlc the best. BLUM.aue2dly WINDHORST - Dr. J. C. Ayop & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. YOUNG, OLD, AND All experience the wonderful beneficial oll'ects of Ayer's Sarsaparill'a. tor-war- vujmiuu vuu nuro jiyus, noro ji'.uru, or any scrofulous or syphilitic taint, may bo made hoalthy and strong by its uso Sold by all Druggists ; $1, six bottloa for 15. ) BTJLL-DO- G 1 CIGARS. THE BEST FIVE CENT CIGAR rVrrf TiTTJT I , .1 i.l.l : I ( v f '.t i f fl one-nint- h ' 'THrfcrAfffcET. FOR BALK AT- - aTT having boon assorted that l, ra, preparing JL to move to tho couury andulvo lu tho gowlug Jtlaqhino Imslnos. I. tkka IN UilB'raethpuof annouuQjng. (0 niy friendsand tho publlo that there Is not a word of lrtli iu 1M VAUVl'M VMAMA ,w wo .W"r auyyvi country uu.t wuj,oontin.u& J?uiyrwuuy. m thftowi street. samo nfaoo.&ooBil' , 5rB. JM6v "b. DrugiStore Hep27d&w0m apposite pfflo,and;ruAniw'aj9uulho country as heretofore. Competitors tilGSSSfno- 'ticetheabQFe, J,,m, thankfqL4o',4'lUblio iorjthp.largojpftxoaago I l&yrvtQritho years, and rep.ectfu.fty,folloU a ipasAGa,l i Agent for llie Singer iianufaoturlngdo. nw'uVo ilnkilTiiTii DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, SATURDAY EVE., JANUARY 20, 1883. I BY TELEGRAPH Forty Persons Killed by y ROSSER & IjCARTHY, AND PKOPItlKTORS. tut Explosion in PUULISHKU3 Parsons, one and nil, Thogood book will bo banging, And tolling how on ragged edge, Each and all nre hanging. So let us Hay unto ourselves, Tho lesson taught Is heeded, And we're detormlned not to go, "Where Ico Is badly needed. Vennok says mild weather will sot in after the second of February. I The work of protecting the bnnks Limestone Creek has been finished. of Some of the farmers of Kentucky are about to begin experimenting with spring wheat. Holland. Amsterdam, January 19. A frightful disaster happened at Muiden, a fortified town eight miles from here. The gunpowder factory exploded with terrific force shattering houses in the village, tearing roofs off and throwing blazing materials in all directions. Nearly all the bouses in Muiden are unroofed and shattered, while many of the dwellings in adjoining .villages are damaged considerably. Over forty persons have perished. Tho scenes of the disaster is one of horror and desolation. Muiden does not contain two thousand inhabitants, and these are mostlv of the working classes. Those who have lost their lives at the factory had relatives through tho little town, and tho frantic cries and lamentations of tho people at the scene of the explosion are heartrending. to-da- newspaper reading among your children, and you will soon discover STONE lick. Tho denizens of Orangeburg are very anxi- what a fondness thoy will have for their ous to know who '"Reporter," Is from Stone family journal, and how rapidly they will LIclc. Don't say a word, they think It Is Mr. Wulllngloul. He was thero tho other day anil improve. The newspaper is the poor they wore about to mob him. We'll keep out man's library every family should be of tho way and still keep you posted. Tho happiest man In Orangeburg, Is our en- provided with a newspaper. terprising merchant, Mr. Bilnoy. lie says business Is brisk and having a clear conscience Wild Geese in California. ho loves everybody and don't hate thu devil much. Wild geese are greatly damaging the Thowlfo of Robert .Morton, colored, Is very grain in the San Joaquin Valley. A man low with inilumutory rheumatism. Undo Hot) was owned by Mr. Tlnookmorton of Bour- killed sixteen at one shot in Stanislaus bon county, and Is very much respected by his county the other day. It is not safe to neighbors. eat them on account of the quantity of A young gentleman of our acquaintance w s poison set out foi them by the fanners. Introduced by his lather, to a young lady, us COUNTY POINTS. ExcouiMGft wus supposed, after talking .o hor a couple of hours, ilutterlng hor tor her beauty, complimenting hor for nor Intelligence, xud trying to bring her to tho point to ask permission to visit her. A gentleman coming up, ouryoung friend was introduced to my husband. Young gentleman says next time the old man picks outawlfo lot him he wants him to know she Is notsome other man's wlte. We think that's right. The music box raflled on Friday evening ."by Mr. P. Murphy was won by Mr. Henry Jefferson, of Mayslick. You are invited by A. R. Glascock cc Co., to examine their stock of while- goods f ... and embroideries just received which are handsomer than ever. Special bargians killing two men and wounding many othin crochet quilts. ers. The audience went out without a M. D. Reynolds has selected a panic. The Rev. fruitful subject for his sermon Another Hotel Burned It is to be hoped a solution will be given of the difficult problem of dealing with Quincv III., January 19. The Quincy flic evils of the times. House, one of the largost hotels in the city burned this morning. Thero was a Rosecrans Gunsilvw, an operative at the panic among the guests and two people cotton factory, had a difficulty this mornhurt but nobody killed. Loss about $50,-00ing with Charles Hughes and was cut with m a knife by the latter and slightly wounded. Religious. The case is before tho Mayor Services will be held as usual at the M. To cure an exchange says: E. Church morning and evenTake a pinch of black pepper, put it on a ing by Rev. A. Boreing, pastor. Subject piece of cotton batting dipped in sweet of evening sermon : " Spirituaf Death." oil, and place in the ear, tie a bandage Services at tho M. E. Church, South, toaround the head, and it will give almost morrow at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Subject instant relief. of evening: "The Bible Idea of Human ' '.- The young men implicated in the shoot- Reformation Contrasted with tho Secular ing at Limestone bridge on Friday morn- Idea of it." ing, had their examination before the Rev. S. B. Alderson, pastor, will hold Mayor Friday afternoon and were held to tho usual services in the Presbyterian answer tho charge of shooting and wound- Chapel in the Fifth Ward ing, in the sum of $100 each. Morning subject: ' The "Holy Spirit and Baird's Mammoth Minstrels, a troupe tho Believer." Evening, " Peter's Sermon .that comes with unusually good press no- at Pentacost." tices, has engaged tho Opera House for There will be no services at the ChrisFebruary 9th. "We are assured that tho tian Church on Lawrence Creek, company will present many features that Rev. Morrison, the preacher at that are entirely new and of the most enter- point, received injuries by the upsetting of taining character. his buggy last Thursday, which will prevent his attendance. Lewis Beiim was arreseted on Thursday night by Deputy Marshal Dawson as a Tho congregation of tho Southern Pres suspicious character. A concealed weap- byterian Church will worship in tho Third morning and on was found on his person, for which he street Church paid $10 into the city treasury. He was evening at the usual hours. Rev. Dr. afterward delivered to tho Marshal of Blanton, of Paris, will preach on bntfi ocManchester, where he is wanted for some casions. All are invited. Preaching at the Baptist Church Sunoffense alleged to been committed there day morning and evening as usual, by by him, Row J. K. Pace, pastor. Subject for evenPERSONALS. ing sermon: "Citizenship in Heaven." Points About People Hercand'Elsewherc. Services will bo held on Monday evening and may continue through the week, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carr have removed from A despatch to the Courier-Journto Maysville from near Lewisburg. Frankfortsayfl : , . Mr.'Wm. Bricker, of Aberdeen, is visitTho genoral Impression here Is that tho troops ing his relatives at Coalburg, WVVa. ought to bo called into service to protect Noal provide ana Craft, for nothing Mr. Georgo W. Oldham of the Sunday Mmilriht, nifhhihrirnfinv In olso than oftotrnAAhnrv th ftn.be Aaro-.- .. Morning Call, wo are sorry to write, is j on tho part oftBo Boyd County-mtIniaVked by a6ontlorLan . ... tho Stato can very ill wnn pneumrnm. hot afford to Buffer tuAse'men to bo hanked by tho mob now after the AsmandexpenoncQ (and Commonwealth says : the grdat exttenso attending the tilaland w. to-day. A Ycddlng Is talked of soon, the lady a widow who Is upwards ot forty and the boy only twenty. We think the talk Is not well founded. She Is only taking care of the young gentleman, and leaching him how to court the young ladles when ho gets old enough. Tho meanestot all creation Is the unthauk ful man. Tho unthankful man Is one who ynu take Into you home, warm utyonr lire, feed at your table, clothe with your money, then ho Terrific Gas Explosion. turns In and sues you at tho law to make you him for staying while you are supplyMilwaukee, Wis., January 19. A dis- pay his necessities. ing tressing accident occurred at the Grand Mr. Ambrose Dixsou.one of our o'ltcrprlslng tanners has sold Opera House last night during the presen- cents per pound his crop ot tobacco lor elevi n all louud. (Jood tor Mr. Dix-hotation of the " Lights of London." A calhas cium light used on the stage exploded, onMr. Jack Wnson Jack his old ciop oftoba'co you have been a veiy hand yet. Uncle n. Prince Napoleon, who stand as pretender to the fallen throne of the late Emperor or France was arrested in Paris as the author of a manifesto agai.ist the republic. In this manifesto the Price dwells on the impotence and incapacity of tho present government ; but it seems, nevertheless, to be a fact th it the republican government bad till the potency and required to.put the impotent and incapable Prince under arrest. - ity The full returns of th- last census show that there are in Franco 1)7,405,200 inhabitants, of whom 1 8,750,51 S are males and 23,748,772 females. It will thus bo seen that the female sex is the stronger in numbers by 32,264. Of the males 10,110,001 are unmarried, 7.520,180 married, and widowers; while of the females and 1,004,557 widows. Agriculture employs no fewer than 18,204.700 persons, or nearly one half of the entire population. Next come the manufactures, which lind employment for 0,324,107 pairs of bunds, and then commerce, which employs 3,843,-47Persons of independent income number 2,148,473, and the liberal professions support 1.020,708 representatives. 7. are uunuirrh'd, 7,5011,353 married 0. ear-ach- e, fortunate man, but you're caught this time. Ho .said however, that he reckons It Is well enough, that If lie had sold It all the money as well as tobacco would have been gone, nnd the fun of spending the money Is yet to come. Several crops of tobacco have been sold In this neighborhood. We all want to Mr. Lewis Mullock did not keep his piomlse Wednesday nltrht. Come, LewU and give an account ot yourself, the hull? weio disappointed. Why are thero no more weddings? We have a great many young men and some of them on tho buchelor list, and lots of young ladles old enough, largo enough, handsome enough and good enough for any man to take care of. Boys whats the matter. If you'll make tho match I will Insure you will find preachers enough to marry you. Mystery, a woman when you flatter and prise tho ladles, all is as calm uud sereuo as heavon, pouting at homo when you flatter and pralso your wife. It is Jones do this, Jones do that, or Jones how awkward you are. Well a change is needful says Jones. If tho young ladles who wero riding tho speckled pony, had have looked over tho fence they wouldn't nave sung, "Why he was Callod Macedonia," so loud, last week. s-- U. It 13 1' AIL UAKKL1. Corrected dally by O. W. Okiskl, grocer, Second street, Maysville, Ky. Limestone Maysville Family Maysville City FLOUK. 8 Mason County Kentucky Mills (I To ri 75 (5 'J3 6 75 5 fy 2U3&H) 18 Refohtek. - Bacon, breakfast "$ Homluy, gallon Menus V gallon Advertisements Inserted under this heading Potatoes V peck 10c perlluofor each insertion. Co tree CITY IIVETVEJS. Butter, lb Lard.Vtb 'Eggs, TH doss Meal Til peck Chickens Molasses, fancy Coal Oil, V gal Sugar, granulated ') lb " yellow 1) It Hams, sugar cured fy tb lt .... 2W 70 20 , stf 20 ,,,,,,. 8 It In J 5) ..... IS liu 20 12r.i.i Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. m- - Hunt & Doyle are receiving their spring stock of hamburgs. janlGlwd&w of all kinds, call on 2TOTICE. and after tho 1st day of March I will be my ourpuntor shop on Fourth stiveb. prepared to to take oiders for millding and repairing, 0. M. WILLIAMS, J'.'OdSm Contractor and Builder. For rubber stamps A. Soeries & Son. Prices vory low. ON Tun ladies are invited to call at Burgess & Nolin's and see their handsome stock of Hamburg Edgings just received. jlOJSt m JOHN j i WHEELEfS Coax Waxtkd. Robinson & Co., of tho Maysville City Mills, desire to buy ten' thousand bushels of corn for which they ' j5. will pay the highest cash price. . DAILY MARKET. j Thkkk is no. plan of life insurance, the rate upon which is less than the Tontine in the Equitable. Jos, F. Bkodkkick, Agent, Maysville, Ky. We are asked to say that the Rev. M. D. Reynolds, who has discontinued house-- 1 keeping, has a lot of household furniture in good condition, that he will sell at vory reasonable prices. Enquire at the oflice in tho M. E. Church, South, in tho forejl82td. noon. m BIG DROP II OUTERS! 25c 30c 35c 45c 50c ;....35c 15c al , "S." Soup Oysters, half can FAVORITE, half can ANCHOR, full quart SELECT SELECT, EXTRA SADDLE ROCK BULK, quart patera a. mm to-da- Tho-'Covlngto- n Aykr's Hair Vigor improves tho beauty of the hair and promotes its growth. It 8tjmuMe ;the Joots, cleanqea the 'calp, and adds oieg&nco to luxuriance, iU effects it'&royoajitqpU to be the best and cheapest articlo for toilet Willi each quart ofBullc will be given afood f IM RlinKFT CASH- indkQfmiIsid pasi-wwicwnu"- i'"Mrs;-prlSfoa- e, l&dy, Qf;KaysviUea,ViBryologdnt mings. 'i iim luiiiir inn for hor old nomo. vher two daugM tewrMrHNrmtr whom aho &Mw1Ha H tU k Convent,, of jth. Sisters' of r:KjM3jir a wiifcpM ma to hope U fefeafiftur hUh, riaiorj nntat nooernuura h.s bSoii snfcadli&ilio Judgo Brown not to vlolato the law, still that hi,no. guarantee, for. him So act upon, whore there raronowns in the county who will not consider thomaolves bound by any suoh an fiiiiitrur.ifin.i- Ifriotroap are som it is believed ftWltti0-tfa- ! ocHwmoDeieonc Garter oltlseas of tlfet tflttfceair-rfbtdlftg- t ctiftntarfrtfKfefodcnifa.ee 'dan'n'ot prevent .thelyuohlng of tfte'prisoners. ut-suc- thobch'ten. fifteen or a' hundred motf in1 Boyd imparts an attractivo appearanco, . a deoouritv' should kIvo their Word 'of honor to lightful arid, lasting porfume. While it TERMS STRICTLY arqndijigandiiUjLii use. JOHN WHMiER janld3m '2TO.-31- - 'i , f. DCABKET STREET, ; ., Farm Notes. of all the eugnr sold in Nearly the English market is beet sugar. Mr. C. F. Cobb, of Leeds, Me., raised the past season, from about one, 028 lbs. of hops, which he sold for $410. It is said that Australia has more animals, in proportionate) its) population, than any other country on the one-thir- d j meat-producing CITY AND COUNTY DIRECTUM. Judge A.E.Cole. Commonwealth's AttomcyT. A. Currun. Clerk B. D. Parry. Hheriff Perry Jefferson. ( Dun Perrlne, Chan Jel)eion. Deputies: ( J. W. Alexander. Jailer Dennis Fitzgerald. Tuesday alter second Monday In Januarj Apiil, July and October in each year. Judge "Win. P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whitaker. Cler- k- W. W. Ball. .Second Monday c: each month. Tuesday alterseeonc. Alondny In A!nrcli,Juuej September and December in each year. Maysvllle, JSo. W. H. Pollock and J. L. Grant, first nnd third Tuesdays In March, June, September and December, Maysvllle, Ko. 'L Wm. Pepper and "V. L, Holton, Hist Haturduy and lourth Tuesday, same months. Dover, No. 3 A. A. Gibbon and A.F.Dobyns first nnu tiinu Wednesday, same montn. Minerva, No. -0. N. Weaver and J.H. Wat son, llrst and third Tuesdays, same months. Germautown, No.5 S. F. Pollock and James Fegan, first and third Satutduys, same months. Sardis, No. -J. M. Ball and J. W. Tlltou, second and lourth Saturdays, same months. Mayslick, No. 7- -0. W. Williams and J. D. Raymond, second and fourth Fridays, same months. Lewlsburg, No. 8 J. M. Alexander and Abner llord, second and fourth Thumluys, same months. Orangeburg, No. 0 W. D. Coryell and W. J. Tully, first Saturday and last Monday, same months. Washington. No. 10 John Rvan and James Smlthers, fourth Tuesday and third Wednesday, same months. Murphy sville, No. 11 Lewis Jefferson and E. L. Gault, fourth Monday and third Thursday, same months. Fern Leaf, No. 12- -S. E. Mastln and J. B. Burgess, second and fourth Saturdays, samf months. l.-4C- Courts Circuit Court. R. B. L0VEL, STos. , ' ' 50 and 52, Market Street. Dealer in Staple and Fancy- - globe. There has been an increase in the importations of butter and butterine into the "United Kingdom, and a decrease in the importation of cheese. Across the water the short horn editor of the Field insinuates that short horn blood was the element that increased the size of the polled cattle. Statistics place the shortage of wheat in Great Britain at 13(5,000,000 bushels. The shortage of the oats crop of this country is placed at 1,000,000 bushels. Mr. W. II. Francis, of Frankfort, Mich., realized $145 for the first three crops from ton Hale's early peach trees, which are still in a thrifty condition. In the last ten vears. Lancaster county, Pa., has prodeced 142,000,000 pounds of tobacco. The annual profits on tobacco alone, in that countv, is estimated at $3,-000,00- County Court. titrt rly Court. MntflstridoN Courts. ki k now offering to the public, purchased from first hands, for cash, and selected with the greatest care, the LARGEST and most Complete Stock of Goods in my line ever offered in Mays-villMy aim is to surpass, both as to VARIETY and QUALITY of Goods, and to give every person who may buy of me full value for his money. My house is Headquarters for e. I am 0. It has been ascertained at the Ganby (Conn) creamery that it takes ten quarts of milk to make an inch of cream, and an inch of cream makes a pound of butter. An order was recently given to a Boston dealer for fifty cans of skim milk to be used in the manufacture of a wash for the extermination of insects on the orange trees in Florida. A Montreal dealer ships tomatoes to England, where- they bring good prices. The taste for tomatoes has been acquired, but the English climate will always be too cold for them to ripen. The Journal of Agriculture says that "refrigerator meat in the Eastern markets is not only causing the railroad people to Poultry, Game, Butter, Eggs and all kinds of Country Produce. Will have a full supply of attractive specialties for the Holidays. Sole Agent for sale of GAFF, FLEISCHMAjSHST & CO.'S Celebrated COIlHtnblCN. sweat under the collar, but the canned-beo- f crowd is also joining in the kick." London purple is better adapted to fighting the canker worm on apple trees than is Paris green. Itdissolvesin waterwhieh is not tho case with Paris green, and the former is, therefore, more evenly distributed. Is is a severe calamity to any agricultural country not to be "the producer of its own wool. All the varieties producible in the world are equally producible in the United States. Saxony or Silesia can produce no finer. To cure warts on cows' bags, Mr. H. G. Abbott, of Maine, recommends to satur-rat- e them three times a weqk with kerosene oil, and in a short time they will all be gone, leaving the skin smooth and free from, soreness. . Maysvllle, No. 1 J. P. Wallace. Maysvllle, No. 2 W. L. Moran. B. McMillan. Dover, No. W. Minerva, No. 4 James Runyon. German town, No. 5 Isaao Woodward. Sardls, No 0 J. A. Collins. Mayslick, No. 7 Tfiomas Murphy Lewlsburg, No. 8 S. M. Strode. Orangeburg, No. 9-- Thomas Hlse. Washington, No. 10 James Gault. Murphysvllle. No. 11 W. R. Prather. Fern Leaf, No. 12 B. W. Wood. 3-- COMPRESSED YEAST. Goods delivered to all part&of the city each mouth. Mason Lddge, No. 342, third Monday of each month. Maysvllle, Chapter, No. 9, second Monday ol each month, Maysvllle Commandery, No. 10, fourth Monday of each month. Plsgah Encampment, No. 9, second and lourth Mondays in each months at 7 o'clock. DeKalb Lodge, No. 12, Tuesday night, each week, at 7 o'clock. Ringgold. No. 27, Wednesday night, each week, at 7 o'clock. Confidence Lodge, No. 52, first Monday oi Society Meeting Masonic. Clia-rgr- e I. O. O. F. A Bon.l of Acquaintance. reading-roo- m The first and third Tuesday of each month. Lodge room on Sutton strecit. TOT CHAIRS, , of all Hinds. WAGONS, CRADLES, MIRRORS, 31 AH It ESSES ana K.of X. SPRINU8. Limestone Lodge, No. 30, Friday night ol R A TPTPT.Ti1! A set of Furniture valued at S'75 will be raffled niisoon as the SXIXE X SJM each week. chances are taken. I. O. W. M. Wednesday night each week, at their hall on Second street. Knights of Honor. fiites er GEO. ORT, Jr, , HEADQUARTERS -- FOR- - Articles suitable or tho holidays. r ca.:m::f -r ohaibs, 1 iLJi 3HL 25 iat in tho , A jolly crowd of commercial travelers Sodality It.V.2I. f imo.bsened, quietly sat down and took St. Fatrick'H Benevolent Society. n, all the fup. One of the boys, wi'th-DSecond Sunday in each month, at their Hall calling anybody" s attention fo the on Limestone street. jiL'iiiirs uu uouuH'u. w u are ii LI1.X in juiu will Cij;ar M alien' Union. you more goods lor hero aid jounti" man, uasuallv remarked, as he the same amount ol money thnn any other First Tuesday night in each mouth. Dointed to a chum who was reading a house in the clly. We are determined to close I. O. CI, T. paper: out our entire .Htock of goods by tho 1st of next Monday night ol each week. April, and will oifer toCASII ItUYKKK great 'I shouldn't think Jim Bennett would Inducements. Among our stock is a laige Mai In. jit there and pore over that old sheet. K. C. R. R.. arrives at 9:80 a. m. and 8:16 p. m line of ready made Why, if I was as rich as ho I'd raise the Departs at 5:45 a. m. and 12 rh. CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, ETC., ;oot right oil' this house.' , ,T1iq countryman's ees fairly bulgod Fridays at 6 p. in. Up Tuesday, Thursday and which we oflor at prime cost. Children's wool put with wonder when he ho ird this Saturday at 8 p. m. sacks at 50 and 75 cents. Hoods at 40 cents, These goods aro worth double the money we illusion to the editor of such a big paper, CITY GOVERNMENT. ask lor them. ind he slowly gathered himsolt up and We have also a fresh line of Christmas goods The Board ol 'Council meets the first Thursihuflled towamtho chair occupied by day evening In each month. and toys without number, which we are offering at greatly reduced prices. Wax Dolls at 50 Mayor Horace January. ;he alleged Bennett. Gassitog .at him cents worth 81. Bpherajim decorated vases 25 Council. juriously for; a moment, ho s,aid, in a cents a pair. A largo lot of Japanese goods at President L. Ed. Pearce. less than half their value. An immense stock of altering voi;o: "Are you Mr. Bennett, Bendel, A. A. Wadsworth, First Ward-Fr- ed. .he editor of the New York JIcrukhu L. Ed;earce. ' Second aid Dr. G. W. Martin, Thomas J. The drummer looked up . in amazo-'jrienbut, catching tfie' wink from tho Clicnoweth, M. C. Hutchins. E. W. Fitzgerald, At cost, Third Ward-M- att. Pearce, Our stock, of, ladles, and children's est of the boys, ho quietly replied: David Hechinger. shops Is Very large and all custom made?.' Also, Dr. Fourth Waid-J. P. Phister, B. a big lino of ladles hats trimmed in Now York, "lliat s what poop lo say." John W. Alexander. all fresh goods which, we are offering qt cost. ,. i4.(?0hj .exclaimed the Hoosier. Fifth Ward Wm. B, Mathews, James Hall, ACen'sjnll regular unijejrehlrts af. 75 cents per .iYdll my ladft) J) jiiguantly said tho Edward Myall. prlcos. pair, Hts .ftpd boots, At Treasurer and Colle.Qtpr.-Aonr, piy .linen conara 10 coni. viockh very aseudo editor," "what can I do lor vou?" , Clerk Harry TAylor. E. E. Pearco. tjilng ualrjr (punoTin "Why, sir," murmured the almost I class mam nipt h iiarsnai james j;eumond. V '. ! '7 enrlv and .'li ' "y store. Call qLr plcw r,ft!y?4 ,yoth.H.tAvhy, m-m- y BfitJWSaintuwtiMe. ' Deputies. $&& irother tak6s the Herald. Do you Flcklin. mow him P" wood and goal Inspector Peter Parker. A. JACKSON ' yf,hA,rPePS0,d,r Bennett fainted, and ut of a Chicago UQtel, cracking jokes and tolling ''ghost1 ' stories, when in came a slab sided, gawky Hooker, who, thinking h nisei Second and fourth Sundays in each month, at their hall on Limestone Btreet. klndB done m the best manner and promptly. Charges reasonable. Olio Dollas Cbaxxoo. BTJRaESS BLOCK, KY SUTTOWSTREET, MAYSVILLE, of all m Cincinnati prices. Repairing riiie ruruir uhu ncuiuuiu ouun, huju uy jMHHugnipiiH Bed-Roo- m will not be undersold. t1 Father 51 at hew T. A. 8. Sunday in each month, at their hall on First Limestone street. Bargains! Bargains!! For power, purity of tono.brilllanoy of touch, beauty of finish and durability It has no equal, The most eminent pianists pronounce it I THE 1 Plil. WE WORLD. THE BEST IN MANAGER, L. F. METZGER. Branch office, Maysvllle, Ky ;A1bo, . The Matohless: . t; V BURDETT ORGAN. ' A.Wal-llnefor- d, A full Bupply of pianos and organs corstant-l- y on band, Correspondent vproraptly ansseplKa&w'ly. wered. Payments easy, ' roqk-uotjw- m .i: R,flrst-count- rv ' j s -. - S&nD.,n-harfnaaatoRobe- rt c.c, wlillo the Hoosier didn'.t stop walk- -, C ostly outfit free. Addrm Trvm P Co . Auifuste, Maiae. war3Sly l WHl,, .ON, ifty8nck,Ky December, lfl.1882. mnpynnt smvaavsssts ,pw wi wjr i: EQniTYOjPHRY. tsWMfflM-&XEi - urakffs travelers' Naaazme. W,tltt pvfcV, w t J.QJv llHIAUfllM - ftfflfttr, Will call, ob ir r.tA'6koN.