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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVE., AUGUST 13, 1833.
rosseh & McCarthy,
Publishers and Proprietors,
To Whom Address All Communications.
Ncsbltt & shirts.
U.S. Jutld Lots for sale.
M. F. Marsh Lots for sale.
J. W. Watson Trustcfa'n notice.
Prof. U. J. Hall Maysvllle Literary Institute.
Wanted A cook.
Those plagued cars
Won't be here.
If that Is so,
'Twlxt me iiud you,
This paper don't
Know what to do.
Tjie latest rGmor is that the street cars
will bo hero to-morrow.
Tin: "Water Company now has about
four hundred consumers of water.
Dark ground lawns, yard wide, worth
12Jc, per yard, for 5c, at Hunt & Doyle's.
The Bank of Maysvillo, last week,
bought $20,000 worth of Mason county
The Transcript says the Lexington
street cars are nearly always full. Cannot
Mavsvillo do as well ?
Ashland boasts of a tomato that weighs
one and a half pounds. "Wo known gardener
i in East Maysvillo who can beat
A lot of gates, whatever they are, for
the street cars, arrived by express, on
Saturday. The cars wero shipped from
the factory on the 4th inst.
A neat hog wallow has been established
at the foot of Court street, opposite
tho, State National Bank. This makes
seven new ones within a week.
A little of son Mr. John Skinner, aged
five years, fell whilo sliding down tho banisters
of a staircase at his father's residence,
on Sunday afternoon, and broke
The elections of councilmen in the first
and second wards aro in progress to-day.
The main point of interest is in the
question how the candidates stand in regard
to tho hog problem.
Prop. C. J. Hall has declined the position
offered at Georgetown College and
will remain in chargo of tho Maysvillo
Literary Institute, the session of which
begins on tho first Monday in September.
The pavement in front of the public
school building corner of Third and
Short streets, is in a dilapidated condition,
and ought to bo repaired. Tho city
is very prompt in requiring citizens to do
such things, and what is sauce for tho
goose ought to bo sauce for tho gander.
For its soothing and grateful influence
on tho scalp, and for tho removal and
prevention of dandruff, Ayer's Hair Vigor
has no equal. It restores faded or
gray hair to its original dark color, stimulates
tho growth of tho hair, and gives
it a beautiful, soft, glossy, nnd silken appearance.
Lee R. Pekry, of Manchester, was arrested
Saturday evening on the chargo of
having used insulting language to a
daughter of Captain Miller, of this city.
Her brother, Wilson Miller, who resented
the insult to the lady, was assaulted by
Miko Donough, a companion of Perry's
and badly beaten. McDonough was arrested
also, nnd both mon will bo tried
before tho Mayor to-day. Thoy aro from
Manchester nnd aro members of a base
ball club that played hero on Saturday.
County Court Proceedings.
Tho following reports of settlements
returned and filed at tho last term and
laid over for exceptions, wero ordered to
be recorded, to-wit:
John L. Caldwell, guardian of Mary
Same, guardian of Joseph E. Caldwell.
Same, guardian of Alberta Caldwell.
Dr. K. White, trusteo of N. C. Crosby.
Lewis Jefferson, administrator of
Tho following reports of settlements
were this day filed nnd ordered to lay
over until tho next term for exceptions:
D. O. Judd, guardian of Samuel T. and
Laura F. A. Judd.
James Dillon, guardian of A. R. Dillon.
Win. Hill, guardian of Lizzio E. Dillon.
James J. Schnckleford, executor of A.
O. Shackle ford, deceased.
James Dillon and Wm.IIill, executors
of Augustus Dillon, deceased.
Joel Laytham, committeo of Elizabeth
Tho certificates of tho board lor comparing
tho poll books of Mason county
for tho election held August Oth, 1883,
showing tho vote on local option law in
tho precincts of Dover and Lewisbnrg
wore filed and ordered to bo recorded.
Ruoolks Camp Ground, Aug. 10.
Tho sun arose without a cloud this
morning presaging the bright day that
we all tho enjoyod so much, after tho
ruin. There was a sunrise prayer service
in tho Tabernacle, but there were sh
many cottages moving that we held no
testimony meeting at the usual hour.
At 11 a. m. Rev. S. G. Pollard, of Covington,
preached on 1st Cor. 1 ; 30. The
Bormon was a very simple and lucid exposition
of the main point of the
text followed by an earnest and touching
appeal to those who have not accepted
Ch'Ut as their " wisdom, righteousness,
sanctification and redemption."
At 3 p. m. Rev H. C. Northcottt
preach from 1st Cor. 0 ; 19 and 20 : " And
ye are not your own, for ve ate bought
with a price, therefore, glorify Gid in
your own body and in your spirit which
Rev. 0. Foster, of Fox Springs Circuit,
occupied tho pulpit at 8 p. m., jirenching
on Hub. 12; 1 nnd 4. The thyme was the
Christian race, the preparation, the manner
in which to run successfully and the
prize at the end. Tho sermon was followed
by an earnest altar tervico conducted
by tho Presiding Elder in which
many renewed their vows. The indications
presented by this day's service are
encouraging. We are looking for a good
meeting, and wo ask all Christians to
pray for it to be realized. Anivuls to-day
from Maysvillo wero the families of
Douglas and Henry Ort and Lucy Ort. I
omitted to notice vesterdav, from
Jno. G. Brodtand family
and Mrs. Capt. Miller. Two ministers
reported this ovenitur, viz: Rev. O Foster,
of Fox Springs, and W. A. Phillip-, of
Covington. Another important accession
to the population of this camp for to-day
was Marsnal Dawson, of your city. He
is for tho present chief of our police force
and wo know him to be capable to fill
the place. The hotel, under Mat. Tolle
and his excellent wife, is now in first
class condition. The confectionery is superintended
by Wm. Daugherty, ot Mays-ville.
Ho makes and dispenses ice cream,
lemonade, sells melons, cakes, candies
refreshes the thirsty from the soda fountain.
Wo were honored to-day by the
presence of Hon. George Halbert, of
Vanceburg, with his excellent lady. They
returned to Esculapia this afternoon.
Parks Hill Camp Ground, A us. 11.
Devotional exercises weieled by Rev.
W. D. Power. Many talked,
them a little too long. The women talk
better than the men.
Rev. M. D. Reynolds preached to the
children at 10 o'clock a. in. Subject:
" Consider tho Lilies of the Fit'ld, how
k At 11 a. m. Dr. Hanner pieached from
Luke 10th chapter lGth verse. lie discoursed
on the " Kingdom of God," nnd
how men got into it. He chased away
a great deal of rubbish about the subject,
and gave n most inspiring view of
tho religion of Christ.
At 3 p. m. Rev. J. O. Newton filled the
pulpit. Ho preached n thoughtful
from the text, "All things rush together
for good to those that love God."
At S p. m. Rev. J. W. Fitch, Piesiding
Elder of the1 district, preached on the
text from John Cth, 08th. The theme
was, "Jesii", the onlv Authorative
Teacher of Eternul Life' The sermon
was clear, strong and pathetic. Mr.
Fitch is a forcible speaker.
At the night service there was a verv
touching scene, Bro. Walker's little
daughter, not more than six years old,
sang n solo, the words of which" could be
heard over that audience of a thousand
Preachprs going nround with little
pills for the curing of human ills, aro nt
a discount here.
One thing is clear to an outsider the
views of religion preached here are honoring
The preachers, as a rule, are too long-winded.
One wishes for something to
happen to stop the breath, at least for
A critic at my elbow just said: "That
Dr. West is a most remarkable man for
sustained power in preaching."
Everybody votes Sunday trains a nuisance
The Committee on company is behind
tho times or they would make better
provisions for the entertainment of the
vtfst throng of people which gathers here
on Sunday. They need four times the
About six thousand people aro in the
Mr. Nolin looks heroic since he has carried
tho' vast multitude safely through
the dining hall.
Sixty cottages hnvo been spoken for
above "tho number now built.
Parks Hill Camp Ground, Aug. l'J.
Devotional meeting led by Rev. J. W.
Fitch ; a goodly number spoke. Many
seemed to bo nnpiessed with the idea
that it would bo (ho last occasion of the
kind this year, so they made good use of
At 11 a. m. one of tljo largest crowds
of tho camp meeting assembled to hoar
thte grand old heio, Dr J. B. West. The
auditorium was packed and the spaces
on either side betwee.i tho cottages wore
filled with oxpectant people. Precisely
at eleven Dr. West nroso and read for
tho opening hymn, "All Hail tho Power
of Jesus Name." His theme was ' The
Temptation of Chiist." His opening
sentence showed that he had placed himself
in full sympathy with Christ invthnt
awful hour. Tho burthen of tho discourse
was to show that Christ in that
temptation and triumph, sounded tho
depths and worth of humanity, showed
what man could do. The effect of tho
sermon was largely dissij ated by tho
whistling of the trains, and the loud
talking of the vast throng of people outside
the onclosuro of tho nuditorium.
Man is a very selfish nnimal if he can't
hear himself, ho won't let anybody el60
Tho afternoon was devoted to the communion
services. Fully five hundred
communed. It was nn impressive scene.
At 8 p. m. Rev. F. W. Nolnnd preach-
f J K i.
ed, with his usuil earnestness ahd di.
The camp meeting closes to-morrow at
noon. On the wholo it has been n success.
Not many accessions to the church,
but that the people havebeon broadened
in their views, and character is being developed.
Parks Hill is a fixture, and it
is impossible to imagine the good yet to
bo done on this hill-top.
Mr. John Waller, of Lexington, is in
Mrs. Jennie Vickroy is visiting friends
Mrs.'R. Albert and Mis3 Annie Albert
aro spending a few days at Esculapia
Miss Anna Miller, of Versailles, nnd
Miss Clara Keer, of Lexington, are visiting
Miss Mollie Piper, of Muyalick.
Mr. Hermann Lnnge will leave for the
East in a few days for the purpose of
buying a large stock of goods in his line,
for the fall trade. The public is invited
to await the arrival of this ftock, as superior
inducements will be offered to
Miss A. Harrison, who taught with
Mrs. Riddick last year, will return to
Maysvillo in September and open a school
for boys and girls. She is a very fine
teacher and gave great satisfaction to all
who had an opportunity of judging of
Aberdeen Is painfully quiet of late. Tl.e
peopieseem 10 uesimpiy veetaunu.
Perhaps you didn't know It, but Is relly
binetlrlal lor glilsto often look In
It nltords letlectlou for the mind.
We heard Mis Mary was instl
cat Ilk amid romantic mini scenes, surrounded
by oabbllngluooks and warbling sonustei.
Some people are never aUnd. Do let the
girls be i?lrls and ye, let bys be bovs. A
change couldn't be lor the better, and it's
more than likely It niljht be tor the w rse.
The Orpheus Choral Society will soon Indulge
the public with another t, hleh
will bo the uraud one, a the programme will
be composed ol the best selection ot musical
A haulwareflrm is well K presented on this
side of the water, and fiom im.ent mo pert
we think they will ucchhI In tliir
bulues, although It depends on encouragement.
There Is a genuine 1ayvtlle dude wio
finds in vol on this side. Went. Intotmed he
came overevery evening In the and o
Sundayshe visited her onlv thiee times No
onecouui Keep oetter tlinethai. that.
Somebody on Second nwt have
been happv Tuesday nltrniv. Alth usih
he had been sick lor svera' on lt! e
turn fiom over the tlver we not'eed a ,ctled
change. Thetels nothing like the Abeidren
air for Invalids.
He was a commercial on hl retu'n
fiom a recent trip Vt'heu askfd bv hN
the comli g fall s'yles In bonneis weie
on East, he replied they wnieto be exceedingly
small in form, but lmmpiite In pile-. So
that would make It about Ualui ce. Of course
she was perfectly atlnd.
Mr. K and MM H were Mttlng out
on the ynelons ot a hillside
The first pau-e In their conversation
h availed himself of the delntlittul pleasure
of offering a cigarette. Thl lovely blonde
dudi'tte smoked her cigarette, and sent the
cm Una around his lu ad with all ti.e
ciixrininu stylvof nn altlsh dudetro "Ah,"
he said, I perceive you are an old hand at
It." "o " he teplled, " I never smoked before,
nut oh I what shall I do? I can't return
to the patlor, for you see my bieath is
too hlshly lltvortd" "I tell you,'' he IP-piled,
"you area dalsv In stnolcltiu. for you
have smoked two to my one." she btolte
him up, as the dude had no more chanue to
replenish his clsjaiettes, so .had to sell hl
August 13, 1SS3, at the Central Hotel, this
city, by Rev. A. X. Gilbert. Miss MOLLIE E.
METCALFE, to Mr. JOHN B. FKONK, both
of Urackeu couuty, Ky.
At Lexlnston. Kv Auust 4th, 1883, MR
JOHN ALEXANDER, of Maysvllle.
In Mason county, after a short Illness,
TOM M IE J. HIOOINH, only child of James
D. nnd Orace Hlgglus, aged one year and
Dearest Tomtnle. thou art gone,
Now thy gentle spirit
short Jouruey here Is run ;
Thou art sleeping with the dead.
Why so soon dld'st thou depart
To tliy long and silent rest :
The gentle Shepherd took the lamb
And clasped ft to his loving breast.
While the parents' hearts are bleeding
For their little Tomtnle, dead,
Jesus stands with oil and healing,
And a balm to cheer the heart.
AU1 methlnks I hear him whisper
' Listen to me, ma-ma dear,
I am with the blessed Saviour,
All Is blight and happy heio."
Weep uot, dearest father, mother,
Wipe nway that falling tear;
Jesus wept with weening Mary,
He feels for thee, thou need'st not fear.
He'll bind up the broken-hearted
With tho soothing balm of love,
Then thou shall see thy little Tominlo
In that happy home above.
M. A. (
Corrected dally by G, W. Geiskl, grocer,
Second street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Limestone 3 7 00
Maysvllle Family 6 25
Old Gold 7 0J
Masou Couuty M y 25
Kentucky Mills 0 00
Mauolla, new 5 75
Butter, Tj) lb 1520
LArd, 9 i
EgR, Aoz V
MealTji peck 20
Chickens - 15(325
Molasses, fancy 70
Coal Oil, "H sal 20
Sugar, granulated "fcl ft iqu
A. j In..............i..i....... ............ 10
" yellow lb 89
Comb Honey 15
Sttalued Honey 12k
Hams, sugar cured V tb JO
liacou, bieaklast $ !t 15
Hominy,!)) gallon Jo
Beaus )ga)lou 40
Potatoes- peck, new 15
Carriages and Buggies
ON account of our dissolution, wo offer for
salon tine lot of now Buggies of our own
make. We also hnvo forale a lot of secondhand
Barouches nnd Buggies. Wo Invite, persons
who need nuythlng hi our Hue to call
and examlno our stock.
Or the Kentucky Central Railroad.
Thne tablo In tgect July 29, 1883.J
2S 82 25 27
STATIONS Ex. Ac. STATIONS. Ac. Ex.
A.M. 1. M
0 10 1 00
6 23 1 l.'l1
8 29 1 19
6 53 1 23
6 4 j 1 3i
0 5J 1 42
6 5S I iS
7 02 I .VI
7 07 1 ,VJ
7 15 2 00
7 21 2 12
7 35 2 2U
"f 38 T'-ii
9 20 4 00
II 45 0 30
A.M. 1'. Ml
A.M P. M
Lvo.Maysvllle, Lve Lex'ton 525 4 45
" Hum'ltt Lve.Cov'ton 3 00 3(0
" Clark's., Lve.Parli.... 0 15 533
" Alars'U., " PJu'c'n
" Helena. " MU'b'g "(Ho 000
" John'n. " Carlisle 7 00 6 20
" Ellz'lle Meyers. 7 10 o:w
" Ewlng.., " P.val'y 722 0 42
" Cowan., " Cowan. 7 Wt 0 52
" P.Vnl'y, " Ewlng.. 7 37 658
" Meyers., " fcuz'iie. 7 41 702
" Carlisle. ' John'n. 7 47 7 08
" Helena. 7 55 7 1)
" Mais'll.. 8 05 7 20
a i'.ju'cn " Clark's 8 10 7 3n
Arr I'arls " Hum'ltt 8 17 7 30
Arr. Lex'ton Arr. Maysvllle 831 7 55
Arr.Cov'ton A.M. V.U
Lonuects at Lexington with the C. &0. R.
R. tor Ashland, Huntington and all points
lu the East aud Southeast with the C. N. O.
&. T. P. K. R., lor Chattanoga and the South,
with, the L. J: N. R. R, joi Frauktort and
G. P. ami T. A.
Covington, rieiuingslmre nml Pound
Connecting with Trains on K. C. R. R.
Fleming5jL'CU( for Johnson Station:
5:45 a. in. Cincinnati Express
m. Maysvllle Accommodation
3:'.5 p. m. Lexington.
7:02 p. in. Maysvllle Express.
.wnvJoiiNoNSTATioxfot Fleuilngsbutg on
tin- arilval of Tialns on the K. C. R. R'.:
0:2- a. m. 4:00 p. m.
"M1 n. in. 7:37 o. m.
Moysvllle nml .lit. 4'nrmel.
Dally line Leaves Mt. Carmtl at 0 a. in
anlws at .Maysvllle at 9:'30a. in., and returns-at
2:30 p. m. Leave orders at W. A. P.
Second St. J. J. McCARTIIEY.
Maysvillo anil Iturtuuvllle.
Til-weekly line Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Satuida . Leave Burtonvllleat 9 a. m.
leaves Mavsvllle at 2:30 p. m. Ordeis
should oelett at Yancey it Alexander's livery
stable. s. E. POLLITT.
rAVri:i Must beable to
i;lve the best of leferonces. A lv at
lftU' THIS OFFICE.
a lesideuce'of live or
T six rooms. Apply at
J3ldtt THIS OFFICE.
1,1 "K .1J,K A huge line ot B ey eSlilits
; nt prh f running iro:n $1.23 to 82.2.5. Call
and ex.iinlbe them.
al3d2w No. ., Mil ion s leet
17H SALE Vapniit loisou Fl.-ml' v pike.
V Appij lo alSdlm l. h. J17UD.
j;iU vacant lots lu Wood-
J. vllle must sell. Apply to
, M. F, MAIteH, Sutton street.
TJMMt X IK A brick ieldence
I on W til street,, between fs'ecoad aud
riitnl. For particulars applv to
Ji5dtf MRS SAM UEL PEARCE.
uleyele, ,'M inch wheel,
new. vv urtu $!!. call nt
JI'Kltf THIS OFFICE.
Saturday hist between the Central
IO.ST and the ieldeuce of Mrs. Glveus,
on West Thlid street, a pluk cameo il t'he
tinder will mease return it to this otllue and
book, l'haisdayou Thhd
stieet, between Court and Market. The
owner cm have same by calling' at this of.
nee and paying tor this ndvert tlsemeut. alO
TRUSTEE'S CLOSING OUT SALE
Trusteo of Mrs. LOU. PIERCE, I will
AS sell In the next two veeks. nt her store
lu the Jaumiy Block; Second street, her entire
stock of Millinery, consisting of Laces,
Ribbons, Ruches, Bounet, Hats, Feathers,
and a variety of goods usually tound lu a tlist
diss millinery store. These goods will be
old regardless of cost, and a rare opportunity
Isotfetod the ladles ot this city and vicinity
for purchasing goods at pi Ices far below their
real value. Remnants ot Satins aud Ribbons
suitable for qvllts, will be almost mveu away.
Remember tuese goods must be sold, no matter
what they brlug. Cull and see.
J. W. WATSON,
13dlw Trusteo ot Mrs. Lou. Pierce.
rriHR partnership ol the firm of SULSER.
1 PETHV dt CO.. Cigar mauutaoturers, of
Maysvllle, Ky., wlllexnlre by limitation on
November 1st, 181. The machinery, olllce
turulture, copyrights, stook aud good will of
the busluessare otteied lor sale. For yeais
the firm has enjoyed the confidence ol the
tiadennd huve now booked an exceptionally
fine lino ot customeis tluoughout the country
ou their nutneious and veiy popular br.mds
of goods. This Is a most excellent opportunity
lor any one deslilng to encage in tho
manufacture of clsais, to stop Into nn old
established business, tully equipped with all
machinery and appliances tor a Inrgo and
njorttiible business. Terms can bo made tor a
lease lor a teim of yeais ou the factory build-lugs.
For paitlculnrs call on or address
SULSER, PETRY & CO.,
a9dlru May.sville, Ky.
To Prohibit Streei Walking.
lie it ordained bthe Board o Councilmen of
the City of Maim'ille, That It shall bo
tor any piostltute, white or black, known
as "stieet walkers" or any woman notoriously
known as a whoie, to stand, louuge
upon, or walk the public .streets niter the
hour of eight o'clock p m .and it shall bo tho
duty of the City Maishal nnd his deputies,
or any pollco ottlcer, lu said city, to arrest
any and nil such as may appear upon the
public stieets alter said hour, nnd confine
them lu the station house ot said city, aud
if upon a tilnl befoio the Mayor it appears
that the parties so arrested aim confined are
prostitutes and notorious whores and that
they have violated this ordlunuco they shall
bo fined tho sum of not less than one or
moio than ten dollars for each aud every offense.
Adopted In Couucll August 2, 1SS3.
J. P. PH1STER, President.
Attest : HARRY TAYLOR, City Clerk.
JT. McC A IITIIKT. Licensed Auctioneer
t for Mason and adjolulng counties. Orders
left at the Bulletin, ottlco will receive
prompt atteutlou. P. O. address Mt. Cariuol,
rpHE firm of WILSOV & D1ETERICH was
X dissolved by mutual consent on the first
day of Auuusi in. All petsons In debt to
said firm are to come forward aud
settle. The busim will be conducted at tho
old staud by F. Dietrich t Soii.
JOHN. H. WILSON,
In retlilng lrom the firm of Wilson &
I tuke this means of returning my
thanks to the public for their past favors and
lequesta contlnunuceof thesamefor the new
firm. aOdlw JOHN H.WILSON.
FARM FOR SALE.
XWIT.L otrer at public sale oh W'liion!iiy
August aainl. U not soJd pilva'el.x befoio
that lime, my larm ot nluet -six acies, thiee
and one-halt miles from Majsvllle, on the
Germautown tuiunlke. The place has ou it
a comtoi table dwelling, good tock bain, Ice
house, finest pool In thecountv which covers
ovi r two and one half acies, Is 18 leet deep
and Is well-stocked with fish. Thlstainils
all In except eighteen ueies and theie
Is not an acie ol the tract that will not mow
tobneco. ald&wtd W.E.WELLS.
Containing seven or eight rooms In the city
of Maysvllle. Will sell cheap and upon tetnirt
to suit purchaei. Call on oi ai diess
S. E. MITi HELL, M.D.,
n'Jdtf Shnipsbuig, Ky.
"TOTIcn Is heieby clven, that the firm of
1 VHi:.VILEY &CO has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. T. W. Wheatley
wlthdiaulnx. The tlim name In the futuio
Will be J. H. J: CO., who will
all the liabilities and collect nil debts
due the old firm. T. W WHEATLEY,
August 1st, lSsl, nugSdlJii
14,508 Boxes sold in a year by OJN.B
Act Directly on tlic Liver.
ClTBKs ClIILM AVI) FKVKK.
I Sick Hkd(.iik, Colk,
ItUIX, HHKl'MATISjt. PlLKs. 1'ALriTATION
I OP TIIK HKVP.T, PlZSINKSS. TOUI'IDLIVEB,
rOlTK I lOVIIOE. S)LKRIL.sNSj. AND Atl.
DlSKSKSOy TIIK LlVKU AND bTOMACIt. If
you tlo not " feel very well " a single pill at
illinu ite the stmunch. restores!
Inipurts vK'or to the system
I R,E, SELLERS & CO., Pitisburgh, Pa.
contains an antidote for nil malarial disorders
which, so far as know u, is used in no
other remedy. It contains no Qalnlne, nor
nay mineral nor deleterious substance whatever,
and consequently produces no Injurious
effect upon tho constitution, but leaves tho
system as healthy as It was beforo tho attack.
WE WARRANT AYER'S AGUE CORE
to cure every cno of Fever and Ague, Intermittent
or Chill Feier, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Aguo, Iilllous Fever, and Liver Complaint
caused by malaria. In case of failure,
after due trial, dealers are authorized, by our
circular dated July 1st, 1882, to refund tho
Dp. J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Rev. Father Wilds'
The Kev. Z. I "Wilds, well-known city
missionary In Now York, nnd brother of the
late eminent Jurigo Wilds, of the Massachusetts
Supreme Court, writes as follows :
"7s K. mth St.. yew York. May 16, 1882.
Messrs. J. C. Avi:n x Co., Gontlemen :
Last wlntor I Mas troubled with a most uncomfortable
Itching humor atfectlng moro especially
my limbs, which Itched so Intolerably at night,
and burned so Intensely, that 1 could scarcely bear
any clothing orer them. I was also a sufferer
from a severe catarrh nnd catarrhal cough ; my
appetite was poor, and my system a good deal run
down. Knowing the value of Aykk's
by observation of many other cases, and
from personal use Informer years, I began taking
It for the disorders. My appetite
improved almost from the first dose. After a
short time- the feverand Itching wero allayed, and
all signs of Irritation of tho skin disappeared. My
catarrh and cough were also cured by the same
means, aud my general health greatly improved,
until It Is now excellent. I feel a hundred per
cent stronger, and 1 attribute these results to tho
use of the SAKSAPAltlLLA, which I recommend
with all confidence as tho best blood medicine
ever devised. I took It In small doses tlireo
times a day, and used, In all, less than two bottles.
I place these facts at your servlco, hoping their
publication may do good.
Yours respectfully, Z. P. Wilds."
The above Instance Is but ono of tho many constantly
coming to our notlco, u hlch prove the perfect
adaptability of Aveh's SAits.irAniLLA to
tho cure of all dlsoases arising from Impure or Impoverished
blood, nnd a wealsenod vitality.
cleanses, enriches, and strengthens tho blood,
stimulates tho action of tho stomach nnd bowels,
and thereby enables tho sj stem to resist nnd overcome
the nttacksof all Scrofu lous Diseases, Erup
ttons of the Skin, Jlheumatitm, Catarrh, General
frehllity, aud all dlsordors resulting from poor or
corrupted blood aud a low state of tho system.
Dr. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowoll, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; price 1, sis bottles for 3.
'-Best Purgative Medicine
euro Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, aud
all Bilious Disorders.
Sold everywhere. Always reliable.
ALL persons Indebted to the late firm of
Houiin & Clltt will please cull nt our law
oiltcoou Com t street nud multe prompt payment
or we will be compelled to proceed to
collect same bylaw. SALLEE&SALLEE,