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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVE., DEO. 1 1883.
Tlienbovo nutnbor represents tlio circulation,
cioli week or the Daily mid Wkkkly
I.UIi.ktin. Advertisers nro Invited to cull
unil assure themselves ot the truth of the
statement, aud they are requested to lenr in
mind that our rnica for Advertising nro tin
Dn. Geo. W. Bacimjy, tlio humorist,
loctnror and correspondent, is dead nt
Richmond, Vu., nged years.
A todacco fair will begin at Georgetown
on Tuesday, December -l Grow-
ers and manufacturercrs from other
Htntcs are expected.
Secretary Lincoln nnd his friends do
not Bcema to bo bothered much about
tlio young man's presidential boom.
That of Colliding seems to have been
Justice Harlan's grand effort in behalf,
of tlio civil rights of tlio colored
man may hnvo been well meant, but is
thrown away; tho watermelon season
continues in full vigor in Florida.
An open letter from a convict named
Robert Daniels, addressed to Governor
Knott, claims that a man named Armstrong
and his two sous, who aro in
prison for tho murder of man named
Swinoy in Todd county, aro innocent,
and that tho killing was done by himself
and Ashby Shearfield.
The Department of Agriculture, at
Washington, reports that tho corn crop
of tho country is about 1,600,000,000
bushels. Tho product is about 40,000,000
bushels short of tho provious crop,
notwithstanding tlio increaso of area.
This is tho third succession below an
averago yiold following six successive
crops above an averago yield.
Last year thero wero flvo cases of
email-pox in ono locality near Washington,
but by tho prompt action of the
county authorities in isolating tho cases,
tho diseaso was speedily stamped out
and no deaths occurred. Mason is one
of tho counties referred to in tho publication
by tho Stato Board of Health,
printed elsowhere, and which every citizen
The talk we hear of depriving the
poor their incomes by dispensing
with tho hog in Maysvillo is all nonsense.
There is no incomo received
from breeding hogs in tho city, unless
they aro turned looso to plunder the
town. In that caso what they steal is
tho profit. On tho contrary, if they are
fed us they ought to bo, at tho owner's
oxpenso, tho cost of feed is greater than
tho hogs will bring when sold. This
cannot bo disputet', ns it is the experience
of everybody in tho city who lum
Tun postal note does not seem to grow
in popular favor, and oven its friends
admit that it has not met their expectations.
Reports received from nil sections
aro to tho effect that us a substitute
for tho money order tho postal nolo is a
fuilure. Tho sales do not seem toincrcase,
and peoplo do not appear disposed to
adopt tlio noto for tho transmission of
monoy except whoro only a small amount
of.odd centa is involved. Tho salo of the
postal noto has thus far not decreased the
uso of tho monoy orders, except in very
8a yb tho Harrisburg (Pa.) Patriot:
Ohio has Been a Bpcctro. It was long and
gaunt and palo and solemn-looking, like
a spectre ought to bo. Ever since tho
Ohio election this spectro has been
shrouded in impenetrable gloom. It
mado no sound. Its lips were frozen
tight together by tho cold weather that
prevailed in tho Buckeye Statu on tl o
memorable tenth of lost October. Suddenly
the other day it walked out of tho
deep Bhado into tho light of tho popular
gazo. It looked about with hollow oyes.
Thon tho seal on its rigid lips was broken
and it spoko. Tho voice, though hollow,
was still fuiniliar. It was recognized as
that of Senator John Shcrmnu, who had
for an instant stepped forth from his seclusion-to
suy that ho and Justico Harlan,
of tho Supremo Court, aro of tho same
mind on tho lato civil rights decision.
Having delivered itsolf, tho Bpectro's lips
closed, tho mists of gloom onco again
gathered around and it sunk back into
tho soundless depths of tho night of
despair. Ta-ta, John.
A color of cloth for coats is called
" sugar." If tho dudes adopt it they
will uo sugar-coated pills.
A young lady of Anderson S. O., declined
an offer o! marriage on the ground
that her father already had too laro a
family to support.
A Chicago philosopher has been asking
what is tho most generous of creatures.
Tho oyster, of course. It shells out woll
and pans out delightfully.
. Tho London Academy says that in
little moro than a year it will bo able to
verify a curious chronological prophecy
of M. Ronan, who said in January 1800,
that" in years, Oxford, transformed
on tho model of tho Gormnn universities,
will havo becomo tho most
brilliant centre of Germanic culture in
It is Bald when tho eflects of tho lato
Mr. Mnrwood, tho English executioner,
were sold, the articles in which tlio least
Jntorcat was manifested wero a pair of
his stockings, This appears somewhat
singular, Inasmuch' as thero wero so many
unxious to fill his shoes.
Precautions to uso Against Small-Pox.
To the Isocal Hoards of Health and the
People of the Stale of Kentucky : Tho State
Hoard of Health desires to call attention
to the fact that small pox, in a severe
and fatal form, is now prevailing in some
sections of our own Stato, nnd in cities
of adjoining Slates, bo intimately connected
witli us by tho lines of travel as
to constantly threaten fresh introductions
of tho disease. Unless unusual precautions
are taken by our city, town nnd
county health authorities to prevent such
importation and the spread of this
tlio experience of last winter is
likely to bo repeated on a much larger
This board, therefore, feels it to bo its
duty to warn tho peoplo that tho decisive
action should at onco bo taken to protect
tho Stato from tills loath somo malady.
Fortunately tlio method of prevention It
as cettuiu in its action as it is cheap and
easy to obtain. Vaccination and re-vaccination,
properly done, with roliablo vrns,
is a cortain prevention, and is entirely
frco from damrer. This is tho conclusion
of tho scientific world, after full
uation and largo experience, and may be
thoroughly relied upon.
Notwithstanding that this safe, cheap
and perfect protection is within tho reach
of all, it is estimated that nearly one-third
of tho people of this State havo
never mailed themselves of it. It is
hoped that tho next Legislature will
make vaccination compulsory
persons should not wait for tho law
toforco them to nn ovldent duty. No one
should allow himself, or any ono for
whom ho is responsible, to. remain un-vaccinated
at any time, and especially in
tlio face of tho present danger. Health
and school boards, everywhere, should
in requiring vaccination as a
condition of admission to nil schools,
public and private, and tho proprietors
of manufactories and railroads should
make tho eamo requirements of their
employes. Tho operation should always
Co dono by a competent physician, nt
three points in the samo arm nnd the
person vaccinated should bo seen by him
from timo to timo that he may know
that n perfect result has been secured.
Imperfect vaccination can only give rise
to n falsonnd often fatal senso of security.
As a further precaution, tlio various
health boards ot tho State, county and
municipal, are requested to perfect their
organizations, take every precaution to
prevent the importation of tlio disense
into tlio communities over which they
have control, or, failing in tills, he ready
to stamp it out by strictly isolating the
llrst case, nnu vuccinnting anu
every person endangered by it.
It would bo well for health boards in localities
not provided with hospitals to
hnvo in viow somo suitable cottaszo
which could ho used as a hospital in caso
All carpets, curtains. stufiVd furniture,
clothing, and other articles not required
for immediato use should bo removed
from rooms intonded for use of persons
aflectcd with ; nnd no porson
except tho physician, nurto or parent,
should bo allowed to enter or go near
the house, or touch any article used
therein, until after thorough disinfection.
The funerals of all persons dying of this
disease should be strictly private. The
same precautious should be observed in
the management of ncarlet fever, measels,
diphtheiia nnd other infectious diseases.
By tho promptness ami elllcienev of
several of the county hoards tho diseiwo
was cllcctually controlled In many localities
last year. In other counties no
such precautions were taken at the outset,
ami tho diBoaso was only checked
after serious loss of life, great interference
with business, from tlio panic incident
to nn epidemic of this disease, and
an expenditure of monoy, which if judiciously
used in systematic vaccination.
beforehand, would havo given perfect
immunity to every citizen in tlio community.
Hero, ns in many other things,
an onnco of prevention is not only better
but cheaper than n pound of cure.
In this nnd nil other matters pertaining
to tho public health, the Statu Boaid
holds itself in readiness to assist tlio
local boards to tlio full oxtont of its powers;
and all physicians of tlio Stato nro
requested to promptly notify tills
as well as their local boards, of tho first
outbreak of this or any other contagious
diseaso in their respectivo communities.
By order of tho board.
J. N. McCohmack, Secretary.
Bowling Green, Ky., Nov. 1883.
Tin: following mnrriago licenses havo
been issued in Brown county, Ohio, since
our last roport:
Thomas A. Cornicle and Molly Hicks.
N. M. Krvln and Heater A. i'ollltt.
John nlcCoun and Mnry Lotto.
Albort Heck aud Havllla Juno l'unllii.
Jainoi Hodgson and Jnuo Urlbbutl.
i e i
Detroit 1'oUceman 3Iuriler.nl,
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 80. Wednesday
night, while policeman A. Dullard was
looking for George Wilson, who was wanted
for the theft of a barrel of oil, tho latter
shot the ofllcor in tho abdomen, using
a shot gun as a vroapon.
The ofllcer died in a few minutes. Wilson
as not yet been arrested.
Petroleum Trace In Iowa.
Vinton, la., Nov. 80. Great excltoment
prevails hero over the discovery of indications
of largo quantities of petroleum. Boring
began Friday morning under the directions
of soveral experienced oil men from
Pittsburg and OU City.
Old Man Milking.
Hcntinoton, Ind., Nov. 80. Tn Wells
County, Mr Gardner, aged eighty-three
years, loft his housa Tuesday morning, and
lias not been soon since. A searching party
was organized, but the hunt proved fruitless.
It Is feared that ho has been foully
dealt with, as no cauto for his leaving can
Escaped From Jail,
IlA.I.LKrTSVIU.K, Tex., Nov. 30. Last
nlgtrt the prisoners confined in jail hero
effected their oscapo by cutting a holo
through tho roof. Throe escaped, nnd
nono of thorn have boon recaptured. Ono
was waiting transportation to Hutitsylllo
under a life sentence- for murder.
Alleged lire line Trlul.
Sioux Falls, Dak., Nor. 80. The examination
is in progress of John T. nnd
Peter McCallrey, arrested last night on suspicion
of having started tho 11 ro of November
0, which dostroyed the Commercial
Hotel and othor property valued nt $100..
Ciiicaoo, Nor. 30. Attorney General
Miller, of Winnipeg, left hero Friday morning
for Toronto to confer with Attorney
General Short in roferenco.to the disputed
place on our counters a line of
Satin lined DRESS OVERCOATS,
especially made up for the Holidays.
These garments will be
worth your while to examine,
even it you do not wish to buy.
They are simply perfect. The
prices will rule low.
Very Respectfully t
At No. 3, JSntcvjn'tiic BlocJc.
Having bourot tho sample of tlireo lnrjjo eastern houses iitnsnlllclent discount, to
mo to sell them at the now York eost at rolall. consist of
Goats, Cloaks, Rubber Overcoats Rubber
Gossamers, Gloves, Hosiery
I have tho lnrsest nnd CHEAPEST variety of tlio nbovo named aitlclos that have over
boon dlsphu cd In tlnysvHIo. Cull and examine them.
nldtilec7 .A.. 23L.
C J. DACom:itTY,
No. 6, West Second Htroet.
Monuments, Tablets nnd Headstones always
on band. Orders by mnll will recelvo
the sumo prompt attention as II delivered In
ryy v. icii'i',
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly nnd satisfactorily done.
Tonus reasonable. Kiont (street, Iietweon
Market and Hutton. npUUdly
VjTkN I.OU FOWLING,
Fall HnU, Mllllnerv Goods llonnets,
Flowers nnd Millinery Goods
Kntlro satisfaction guaranteed In all eases.
Hccoud, opposite Opera House.
rjCNT a doyi.j:,
Every now abndo In
Crushed Btrnwborry. F.Icctrlo Illue, Kgyptlnn
etc, nnd new Trimmings to inaleli.
HecoudSt., mcliSlly MAYMVILLK, KY.
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Justice Of lllll I'CIICfl,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise-and sell real estate. No diarizes
whatever unless a &nlu Is consummated.
Deeds, inortirnRoo. written id nilesnslowns
any one's, uinco l.iurary miiiumg, nuuon
ATKN. A. J. WII.MAJIM.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CUKAP for tho noxt thirty days,
can anu see mem.
inchSOly JVo. 29, Kail Second Street.
us. aiAKY :. TiioaiAN,
Millinery and Notions,
Announcos that she has Just received her
fall stock, which will be found very
irncuvo nnu uini sue. ims nixu hecureu uie services
of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
One prlco only.
la K. Beeoiid hu, alMly MAYBVIhLR, KY.
oni: n.vri.TON a iuio.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full lino of all kinds ot vehicles on hand
forsule, litre or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or mouth. Largest and best appointed
Livery Blablo In the west, i'rlces ns
low as any. IJestattontlon tovohlclesstoted.
Telephone, connection. No. 40 and i'i west
Hccoud Bt., npl7dly MAYBVILLH, KY.
pVUI. I. ANUEUNON,
JSo. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Offlct Open at all llourt. MAXSVJliLK, .KJ
HEWITT C. FKANKI.IN,
BWNoxt door to Hnuk of
TU. T. II. N. H3IITII,
Wllldevnto his whole time lo tho preservation
of the ualurnl teeth. Dr C. w. Wni.llo
will take cluuuool nil the menhnnlciil work,
such us Kold, sllver.euntluuousgimi, celluloid
and rubber plates. mi'lrfldly
yAJiVKY A Al.i:XAMi;it,
LIVERY, SALE AMO cEE0 STABLES
Vehicles ol all kliuls, uood stuck niul eui efti
drivers. Horses kept by' lluuUy.or week ot.
rensonnblnter'iis. Hccoud St.. between Mnrke1
On SATURDAY, DE
1st, we will
HECHINGER BROS. & CO.
i m. itoui:iis,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
11 JC. Sea. St, mchtlOJy MA YSVlI.hH, KY,
Second street, next (loot to Dr. Martin's
Hplfidly MAYKVILLU, KY.
toiin t. ri.i:.iiiN(j.
Represents tho London nnd Liverpool and
(Hobo, German American, of New York, and
l'henlx, ol llrooklyn. Also uijenl lor lllue
l.lck Water. OIllou corner of Kiont mid But
toiibtrccts. . npll'tlly
ATTO II .V K Y AT I.A1V,
Iteul INIiitPiiuil C'olleolliiK Agency.
Third street, nenr Com t houso,
mylDly MAYHV1LLK. KY.
Pineapple Hams. Yeast Cakes.
innyaodly BIX'OND BTUKKr.
Q A, MKAAN,
Full lino of llurlal Robes nnd all at tides required
by the niiilertaUInu trade. Onler
promptly intended to nay or ntitlit.
m'My A'o. 01, fXut Seconil Street.
M ciioikim: a hoiion,
Hovojnsl received from tho manufacturers a
full lino ol seasonable. t;ooils lor the lull and
winter trade. Jeans, Flannells, lllanltelH,
iiiwiery, uioiikn, jionnniih, I'liieiois nnd Jer
scys. Call In nnd see them and el pi Ices.
a Il.MATIIi:WN A.-CO.,
Manufacturers nnd Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber,
Laths, Hlilnules, blinds, Fratnos, Doors, Bash
Btaves, Feucluit, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcuSUly MAYtiVlLLR, KY.
& 11. OLDHAM,
Hnnltary Knglncer, Ons nnd
Dealer In plumbers uoods, Pumps,
Bowor 1'lpes, Lend and Iron I'ipIiik, Ktenm
a n d Water UaiiKCS. No. U west Beeoiid street.
opposite ueisers grocery,
upiuiy MAYBV1LLK, KY.
pi KO. COX A WON,
Dealers in Btaple and Fancy
mchSUy MAYBVILLK, KY.
Proprietor of the celebialed brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard,
Het clgurs In the market. Full variety ol
Hocoud street, ally MAYSVILLK, ICY
Alnuufncturer and oiljjlnntor of the cele
bratvd brands of
C X !TfoS ,
Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark II nrso, Happy
Huiolte, Tbieu lliinutlus, I'ordwood nud
Gold Blutts. Hecond Mtruot, M i.vsvIIIq. Ky,
Manufacturer of nnd Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladles' ami children's lino slioiw u specially
Ctnilom work made lo oiiler, IUipnlrlni;neatJ
und promtilly done at nioileraltichuiui.
No II Mm kelsleett.Kust side.
RTAYHVIIiT.i: TK IfOlISK.
DYEING ami CLEANING
InHIlk nnd Woolen Oood, Dresses, Hhawls,
Illbbonslti nil colois. Gentlemen's clottiltiu
Cleaned nnd Dyed Km it street, bnlow Hill
House, will JOSBl'll IHIKNNKlt, Dyer,
A (1. HIIOWNIXO, M. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOH.
OlIco and residence coruer ol
Third mid Button streets. Will ulvospfciul
ut Ion lion to diseases peculiar to females.
i ri.vcn a- ro.,
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Oar. T7itrd anil Nation Streets,
inchTOly MAYSV1U.K, KY.
BOOT &ND SHOE STORE.
Custom work n specialty. Largo stock. All
kinds nt lowest prices.
No. 17, Market siren , two doors hulow D. A.
lUclinulMiu & Co.'s mocery.
nlJAwly MAYrWILTjE, KY.
p H. JUKI),
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
Itcul r.Htalo unil C'olleclltiK Auciiry.
ConrtSt., (npiaily) MAYHV1LLK. KY.
Dealer lu Btaplo nnd Fancy
bus HKMOVKD from his old Hand tn the
building on Hccoiul slieet lately occupied by
Chillies 11. Frank. uplSdly
AJIi:S .V t'AItlt,
(MncoeNsoix to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Htieet ilnok oiders promptly nttended to at
all times. Muest and latest stylo Turnouts.
liotilit iiiul sold on (.'oni mission. Market
Bt. four doors below Cnutral Hotel, nl'23
T .V IIKO.,
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window Bluulos. Uood Cnrpots nt30, P5,
10, . flu, uu, Uo, 71), 7o. und W els., 11.00 nn i 51.2o
poi yard. mchSIdly
iohn li. MiYsra,j.", "
Oldest nnd bel CoinpauleK. Insuies for
full value, low rates. i,ose promptly pniu.
Nu discount iso delays. Ulllce collier llliru
aud Market si reels, npltidly
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Hondqunrters for Clocks, Kllver Goods,
etc All work piomptly and
Beeoud Bt., I list oi Market. npl7
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Kretili Oysteis a specially. Fresh bread
nnd calces. Pintles and weddings lurnlshcd
on sboit notice.
X Second st., nmydly MAYBVILLK, KY.
T ANU A WOUKKH,
Contractors, Architects, Buildors.
l'lHiisnnd sperlrlOHtlous furnished nil
teruiMiud all uoil: siulsfacloitly and
i)ioiiiitlv done. Uttlueou Third street, between
Wall and Huttou. nplildly
rousu.soN .v luviti.cr,
Second Street, (mliUSly) HAYSV1I.T.K,KY.
J UKNI.MIINM CSOODH mill
Hnls, Cnpi. Trunks und VulUes. Tho latest
fall stylnsjust leeelvcd.
Market W uplWIy A1AYHVILMC, KY.
S. HNIiK.fc ltHO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. '1, Second, cor. Hntton streets,
incliSldly MAbVILMJ, KY.
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
I,n test stylos of lints, llonnets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Trleeslow. Hecond Ktnot,
Mis. Ueorgoliiii rows' old stnud. npUUdly
jTIHS JIATI'IK OAIIII,
Stcond street, January'1! J Hock,
Millinery Goods; Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc., ol tho latest htylcs.
Prices Low. Hirhilldly
AH'llNh A ItAltlt I.IIY,
Not. 67 nnd CO Second nnd 10 Hutton street.
Ii uvo Just received a Inro btockuf Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
thoKtentcst Impliunent ever offered
to farmers. Tho best tobacco hoeaand
lobucco barn hardwaru nf nil kinds, npllil
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(SuccossorH to t'oopor &
DenlerH In Hloves, Kiiiipm, .tliirlilelxeil
.1iiutl,iiiiil iimiiulntitiirorH olTlu,
l'oiior itii( Slii'ot Iron ll'iirc,
Hpcclul attention paid to tin inofllnu.uuttei
a ml soutlii);. I'metleiil plumbers, gas mitt
steam litters. Wroimlit Iron and load plpub.
Ao. All work nltended to promptly and
B H Hwond st.. nOdlV MAYHVILLK. ICY.
Cl o fflMOMS'
A Spocific for Dyspopsla and Dis
eases of tlio Kidneys,
II AH Iwn nswl with most Kiiillfylni;
tts In many olwtlnule cases. 1'rnf, F
W.I'laik.profeiisororDlieuildry at tlio Unl.
vsrslly ol Cliie.lnimt I ku s tills water "boloucs
to thosiiiuiilnw with tint of the Alleulnilij
SiiriiioH. ot Imluui," tho tnmllalnal vlrtuo
ol wliluli sretno well known to be staled hero.
'rhosn wlioilosliotn try this fatuous water
are referred to C'lptalu li W. Ilnyd, l.evnniin
Ohio; t'iiplHlu O. M. Ilollowiiy. (Iinclnnntl,
Oliln; .1, J. Knlpo, t'hielnniitl, Ohio, For sale
In half liarrols nnd joss by
UU.y. BJMMUNH, Proprietor,
inSidAwtl ' Aberdeen. Ohio.
and nil icrofulons diseases, Sores, Eryslpclna,
Kczcinii, lllotcjics. Klngrworm, Tumor, Carbuncles,
Dolls, and Eruptions of tho Skin,,
nro tho direct result of on lmpuro stato or tho
To euro theso diseases tho blood must bo purl-fled,
nnd restored to a healthy nnd natural condition.
Aveii'b SABSArAMLia. ha! for over forty
years been recognized by eminent medical authorities
ns tlio most powerful blood purifier In
existence It frees tho system from all foul humors,
enriches and strengthens tho blood, removes
nil traces of morcurlal treatment, nnd proves Itself
n comploto mastor of nil scrofulous diseases.
A Itcccnt Curo of Scrofulous Soros.
"Somo months ago I was troubled with scrofulous
sores (ulcers) on my legs. Tho limbs wero
badly swollen and luftnmod, and tho sores
lnrco quantities of ofTonslvo matter.
Kvory remedy I tried fnllod. until I used AYf.n'a
SAitsAi'AntLLA, of which 1 hnvo now takon three
bottles, with the result that tlio sores nro healed,
nnd my general health greatly Improved. I Icol
very crntcf ul for the good your medlclno 1ms dono
mo. Yours respectfully, Mns. ANN O'UltlAN."
US Sullivan St., New York, June 81, 1882.
t Ail ..Avann lnArfaf ml nm invited to
k at &BA iril niriin p -- w --
mil on Mrs. O'llrlan I also xipon tlio Ilov. ..
V. Wilds of 78 East 04th Street, New ork
City, who will take pleasure In tcstlfylnc to
tho wonderful clllcucy or Ayer's i
not only In the curo or this luily. but In
his own caso nud many othera wlthm ltu
Tho well-known trrtteron the Soiton emW, D.
W. Hall, of Tlochtster, JV..,wrltes, Juno 7, 1882i
" Hnvlng sulfcrod severely for somo years with
rczciim, nnd having failed to 11ml rellof from other
romedlos, I havo made uso, during the past tkreo
mouths, of Aycu's SaiisaI'AIiilla, which has
circctcd a eompttte cure. I consider It a
remedy for all blood diseases."
stimulates nnd regulate tho action of tho
nnd nsslmllatlvo organs, renows and
strengthens tho vital forces, and speodtly cures
Ilbcumntlsni, Ncurnlgln, Khoumntlo Gout,
Cntnrrh, Ooncral Doblllty, nnd all dlsoases
arising from nn Impoverished or corrupted condi
tion of tho blood, and a weakened vitaniy.
It Is Incomparably the cheapest blood medlclno,
on account of Its concentrated strength, and great
power over diseaso.
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all DruiaUts; prlco 81, six bottles for S&
85 S. Clark St., Opp, Court House, CHICAGO.
In tho United Bttc, vrhu.e L1FK lo.vi ExeKitlLNCK,
porfoct method and pure medicine Iniuro srEKUT
und l'KitMANKNT ounKS of all rrlrato, Chronlo and
Uiteatea. AUectlont of tho Jltood, tikln.
Lldncyi, Illuitdcr, JZniptlon, Ulcera, Old
Norc,ftivclllli(r of tlieUlnnd,Horo Mouth,
Throat. Jlono lalne, perrnaneotly cured and
eradicated from tbo ajritem lor life.
lE. Ill UUd Losses, Sexual Decay, Mental
il I'hystcal Weakness, Falling Memory,
M'calt Uycs, Stunted Development,
to Marriage, etc., front excesses or any
cause, speedily, safety and privately Cured.
and Old men, and all
who need medical kllt aud experience, con.ult
Dr. Date at once. Ilia opinion cost notlilnir, and may
mto f utnro mlaery and ihame. When inconrenient
to viiit the cify tor treatment, mrdicinrs can be tent
everywhere by mall or expreM freo from observation.
bItos Ills wliolo attention to a class of dlaeasea attain
treat aklll. and phyalclana throughout the
country, knowlnthll,froquonllTrfCOinmond difficult
cases to the Oldest Hpeclallst, by uhom every
katiivii urnnd rcnicilv is used. Jkr-Dr. Hate's
Alio and Jlxpcrlvnce maVo his opinion of
Imiinrlance. who call see no
one but the Doctor. (Jonsnltatlons free and sacredly
confluent lal. Cases which hae failed In obtaining-relief
elsewhere, especially solicited. 1'nranln Diseases
treated. Call or writ. Hours, from it to 4
flloHi HnndaiH, lo to l'J. UUIOR lo Ilal.Tl(
sent l'nr.K. Audres4 as abore.
lint co to your dnipRlst or merchant and cct
a bottle of AVI lis' AVorlil Warm Cunify,
tho most elllelent and pnlutnblo worm niedlcluJ.
iiinilo. It U put nil In dellKhtfully llavnretl
sticks of cnudy, nud tlio llltlu ouc4 love to take It.
Before INSURING YOURTlFE
Sayings Fund Plan
JFE flsSURflHDE gOGIETY:
InBtend of lnvestliia In stocks, bonds or oth.
onsecurltlesordeposlilng In Bavlnipi Itunks
EXAMINE THIS PLAN
of lnsnrnnce, which not only yields n return
w nn Investment, but glvus Imraodlntn
lu caso of death.
ros. w. brodhios:,
Jcund Htret. . MAYHVII.MC. KV
O. W. GrEJISltJL,
No. 0,W, rieroml Nt., Opp. Opera Ilousr,
KrulUnnd VcKotableslu season, Your patron.
avw TPSimetfullv sollfltwd. llldlr
! i WATuflP
VtJi 1 a 35a
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OaTAIHsUuilNHiul Work WAKKAKTKD.
Number 43, Booond street, throe doora below
Murket street, Maysville, Ky, npllKdly