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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, DEO. 3, 188.5.
The abovo number represents tho
ouch week of the Daily and Weekly
HUI.letix. AdvortUors are luvlted to call
uuil assure themselves ot the truth of the
.statement, and they nro requested to benr Ip
mind that our nt.es for advertising are tin
A new opera Iioubo is talked of nt Lexington.
It is said Unit there are 30,000 liogH nt
Louisville waiting to, bo butchered.
Sahokakt Mason linn accepted a $l,r00
clerkship in n Cliic.ico clothing store.
As will bo Been by a despatch elsewhere,
Mr. Carlisle was selected ns the
Democratic candidato for Speaker, on
tho first ballot at tho rauctiB on Saturday
night. The result is very gratifying to
tho Democracy of Kentucky.
Tun numerous outrages by tramps n
the present timo suggests tho propriety
of tho vigorous enforcements of tramp
laws where any exist and tho passage
of vigorous laws on the subject in the
States where there are none. The tramp
nuisance has been somewhat in abeyance
for a few years post owing to the general
activity of business, but it is certainly reviving
again and should be dealt with in
tho most vigorous manner. Tho worthless
vagabonds who prowl about the
country without any visiblo means of
support should be locked up and put to
work where they cannot do any damage
to honest people who mind their own
business and got their living by attending
to some kind of business.
It is to bo hoped that tho flvo hundred
Swedes and Norwegians who left
New York one day last week for their
land on tho steamer Geiser, on n
visit to their homes, whern thoy Intend
to spend Christmas and then return,
and who are reported to have made
money in Wisconsin and Illinois, will
carry back n favorable account of those
important States. Gratitude alone should
urgo them to do this if it bo true that
they became wealthy. It is natural that
n man should look with liking on the
place where he made his wealth, even
though it be far from ids birth-place,
provided tho giins wero made in circumstances
not repulsive. Their visit will
us abroad. Emigration, instead of
being checked by their departuie, will
receive a stimulus.
AccoimiNf to tho report of the Hurenu
of Statistics on tho foreign commerce of
tho United States, for the fiscal year
ending June 30th, the total value of imports
and exports during tho year
amounted to $1,547,050,310, a greater
sum than during any year in the previous
history of tho country, Tho value
of tho exports of domestic merchandise
was $804,223,633, an increaso of $70,983,-000
over tho previous year. Tho imports
wero $723,180,91-1, leaving a
of trade in our favor of $100,058,-488,
as against a similar balance only
one-fourth as great in 1882. The value
of the exports of agricultural products
$019,109,419, or 77 percent, of tho whole;
of manufactured products, $111,890,001,
of mining products, including petroleum
oil, $51,454,857; of forestry products,
$9,970,143; of tho fisheries, $.270,375,
and of all other commodities, $5,300,807.
Of tho agricultural exports cotton leads
tho list with a value of $247,328,721,
breadstuffs coming next with a value of
$208,0-10,850; tho export of provisions
reached $107,388,287, whilo tho tobacco
'oxportB amounted to $22,095,229.
In the list of imports sugar and molasses
hold first place, with values reaching
$99,320,393. Wool and woolen goods
hold second place at $55,224,283. Silk
and silk goods stand third at $50,807,010.
Chemicals, drugs, dyes nnd medicines
aggregate $43,120,287 ; coffee, $42,030,513,
while iron and steel importations to the
value of $40,795,007 show that even with
the advantage of a protective tariff this
country falls a good bit short of supplying
its own wants in this line.
Ono of tho most gratifying features of
tho report ia that pertaining to our ox-ports
of manufactured articles. This
trade has grown from $45,058,873 in 18G0
to $111,890,001 in 1883. When it is
shown, however, that this amount covers
only two per cent, of all tho goods
manufactured in this country it is very
evident that a big field is open here for
cultivation by the business interests of
the United States.
These figures taken in their aggregato
leavo no ground for any serious feats of
buHiness disaster in the near future.
With good crops, largo production of
gold and silver at homo ami no drain
upon our balanco and a large balance of
trado in our favor, there is no good reason
why there should not bo work and
bread for nil who need. Tho overgrowth
of tho railroad interest will create depression
in that single lino until tho surplus
labor employed in that industry lias
timo to adjust 'itself to now conditions.
Beyond that thoro should bo at least a
living prosperity in all branches of business,
judging by tho rotums of our trade
with tho world at lurgo.
If cholom would tacklo tho hoya that
run riot through tho streets and houses
of Maysvillo, tho Uum.ktin'b cup of
bliss wouldn't hold another drop.
A Roinanoo in tho Lifo of tho
How Hhe Wns Wooed ana Won by
Cant. Brown, tho Hnllor, Who
Went Awny nnd Did Not
Keep Ills PromlHC.
Bridgeport, Conn., Letter in N. Y. Sun.
Two or thrco days ago Tho San reporter
watted in Stratford's littlo depot for a delayed
railroad train to tako him over to Bridgeport.
An old lady with a white shawl and a penchant
for gossip was his companion. She
followed the villago custom, of course, and
talked of tho mystery surrounding Rose
Ambler's death. Bho had known tho
young woman. Sho know Cant Clurk,
Rose's stalwart fisherman father; sho know
Norman Ambler, the divorced husband; she
know William Lewis, tho suspected lover;
she know, in short, all, or nearly all, of those
whose names liad been brought Into tho story
of tho crimo. Recounting reminiscences of
each, sho gavo tho newspaper man a glance
at a romance that colored Roso's early lifo, a
diopter not hitherto opened to publia view.
"When Rose was between 17 and 18 years
old," began tho old lady, toying with the
fringo of her whito shawl, "she was a beautiful
girl, so everybody hereabout agrood.
People who only saw her during tho last few
years of her life, since sho suffered so much,
could liavo no idea of tho bright, winsome
face and comely form of that earlier timo.
Sho was tho hollo of Stratford town. A
dozen suitors sought her favor. To all she
gavo tho same cordial attention, and all she
dismissed with tho same apparent unconcern.
Norman Ambler, whoso father had
grown rich on war contracts from tho government,
was among tho crowd of
young men who strove to win her
smiles. Sho cared no mora for him
than for others, so it seeiuod, but ho was persistent.
There camo to Stratford a man
named Brown, James or Jasou Drown. He
was Roso Clark's sop tor by a dozen years or
more. Ho hod been a sailor from his boyhood,
so ho said, but, withal, ho had tho
of a man who had seen much of good society
and profited by it Ho was an Invalid
Ho had been very sick with a fever, aud had
coma to Stratford for rocuporatlon. He
brought a littlo cedar boit, and nearly every
afternoon ho was out on tho water. Ho met
Roso at a village picnic, nnd was attract! by
her beauty. Sho was fascinated by hU culture
nud by his ready wit. The girl know how
to manage an oar as did few of the young
men of her acquaintance. Her father had
taught her tho art. It was not unnatural
that tho and the invalid visitor should
become at flnt fast friends aud then almost
inseparable companions. A largo ortloii of
thoir timo was spent in boating, she rowing
whilo he, hardly strong enough for work, en
tcrtalned her with stories of tho adventures
In which ho had figured in distant laud Aud
it was natural, too, that tho girl,
with a love for romance in her composition,
soon grow tocaro more for tho invalid sailor
than for all younger beaux of Stratford,
whoso achievements wero bound down to
boos, nud tho local ball-room.
Ono afternoon out on tho water there was a
Kmtimcntal confession, and u band of gold,
bearing a roughly carved coral heart, wot
placed upon the black-eyed woman's finger.
Sho was pledged to bo tho sailor's bride.
Timo wore on, aud Capt Brown left the
village on a long voyngo. Roso Clark was to
be his wifo as soon as ho returned, aud he
was then to go to bea no more. A ycarassed
by, and there came no word from him to her,
though whaling vessels returning reported
that ho had been met and was well. Rose
Clark was piqued. Sho had not yet learned
that patience was among the first of virtues.
Tho apparent carelessness of hor far-away
lover nettled her, nnd she determined in a
willful woman's way to show tho littlo world
in which sho moved in Stratford that tho
sailor's cavalier treatment could not humble
or embarrass her. Norman Amblor's
horses and Norman Ambler's shining
carriago began to show itself with a suggestive
frequency under the maples on tho lawn
of Capt, Clark's cottago. Within a mouth
or two tho bolls of the littlo Mothodlst church
of the hamlet rang out morrily, and with
blossoms in her hair Roso walked through a
throng of villagers up the aisle, and hoard
pronounced the words which made hor Norman
"Early ono night, a month or so after the
wedding, a Now York train stopping at
Stratford left a single passenger, who, careless
of tho observation of tho half dozen
idlers at tho station, walked away in the
growing darkness. It was the mau who in
the last summer time had promised to make
Roso Clark his wife. Tho next train took
him from tho village. For a littlo timo he
had seen Norman Ambler's brido, had mot
hor at hor own gate, there to learn for the
first timo of hor marriage, It was a stormy
sceno that followed, and Roso heard a heated
denunciation of her husband, and threats to
do him harm wero silenced only by tears and
entreaties. Tho sailor showed that ho had been
duped. Norman Ambler, so tho allegation
went, had known tho why and tho wherefore
of the troublo which camo suddenly between
the sailor and his betrothed, and a
series of circumstances which had
them, each to tho other, had been devised,
not without tho jealous lover's cunning.
"But -what Roso Ambler thought, the
world nover knew; and if sho suffered from
any rovolation that Capt. Brown had mado
concerning on unscrupulous rival's work, her
endeavor was to conceal it. It is not impossible,
though, that when months later
William Lewis camo to whisper unkin
things of Norman Amblor, ho found
listener who would havo been less attentive
had not tho Rood of suspicion and distrust
been already sown."
"And what became of Brown P
"Ho died so wo heard," said tho old lady,
draping hor white shawl about her shoulders,
and going out from tho littlo station's waiting-room
to climb upon tho cars."
To Ktt'i Written llrielit.
To preserve bright grates or firesides from
rust, make a strong paste of lime and water,
and with a fino bruxh smear it as thickly at
possible all over tho polished surfaco requiring
preservation. By this slniplo means all
the grates aud in nji empty house
may bo kept for montlis free from harm without
further care or attention.
What idol will bo shattered next A New
York musical writer claims to havo discovered
that neither "Tho Star Spangled Banner"
nor "Hail Columbia" are original American
tunes, but that both wore stolen from
Uerniau authors. It is to bo hoped tho iconoclast
will leave us "Peek-a-boo" and "Our
Rubies on Our Block."
GreuMO HnotH from Marble.
Benrolo and common clay aro used to clean
marble. Urease spots can lo removed from
marble by tho application of n paste made
of crude itah and w hltiit:
COLOGME SETS. .
JUST RECEIVED ! JStSSSSS'S HOLIDAY GOODS!
over brought to Maysvllle, such as Chamber Beta, Tea Bom, Chlua Toys,
Smoking Bets, Chainpalgne Ulaaaes, Mush and Milk Hets.Oat Meal Bets,
Jug Hol, Ac, designed expressly for tho
I have also a full line of Castors, Card Receivers, Cake Baskets, Jewel
Caskets. Hllvor Plated and Solid
which havo been marked at very LOW figures. Merchants ol this and
adjoining counties wilt nnd It to their advantage tocallandexamlno my
stock before purctiaalnp; their Holiday Uoods.
Or. jL. XUCoO.LXlTCECXl'Sr, fStxttoxa. St.
I BISQUE FIGURES.
At No. 3, JEntcrjtrlse BlocJt.
Having bo ii go I the samples of three largo eastern houses at a nufllclent discount to ena
bio me to sell them at the new York cost at retail. They coiibUl or
Coats, Cloaks, Eubber Overcoats
Gossamers, Gloves, Hosiery
bee,vr;ffiM uameJ nrt,c,es ihai Uave ever
"Jtdw7 .a., n. aaxrxicaoEisfs.
Q J. DAUOIIKKTY,
No. 6, West Becond Htreet.
Monument, Tablet and Headstone always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the same prompt attention as If delivered In
"11 I'. KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly mid satisfactorily done.
Teams reasonable. Front street, between
Market aud Button. apliudly
Y IhM LOU FOWLING,
Fall Hutfl, Mlllluery Goods. Bonnets,
Flowers and Millinery Goods generally.
Kullre siitlafacllon guaranteed In all oases,
Becond, opposite Opera House, tnaytly
TTBNT A DOYLE,
Every new ahado In
Crushed Btrawborry, Electric lllue, Egyptian
etc., and new Trimmings to match.
Becond St., inch3tly MAYHV1LL1C, KY.
jlTAYKVILLE DTE IIOTJNK.
DYEING and CLEANING
In Bilk and Woolen Goods, Dresses, Hhawls,
Klbboimlu all colors. Gentlemen's clothing
Cleaned anil Dyed Front street, below Hill
House. 2 JOSEPH ItllKNNEH, Dyer,
M F, M AKNII,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Justice of the Peace,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT.
Will ad vertlse and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a kale Is consummated.
Deeds, mortgages Ac. written at rates as low as
any one's. Otllco Library ilulldlug, Button
AT'W. A. J. WILLIAM.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will bo sold CHEAP for the next thirty day.
Call and see them.
nichiJUly Ifo. 29, JCait Bteond Street.
TVT". MAKY E. TUOMAB,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received hor
fall stock, which will be fouud very attractive
and that sho has also secured the services
of an accomplished trimmer from Olu
cmnatl. Oue price only.
13 E. Becond sL, aOdly MAYBVILLE, KY.
-ATONE DAl'LTON A BBO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all kinds of vehicles on band
for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or mouth. Largest and best appointed
Livery Btable In the west. Prices as
Tow as any. liest attention to vehicles stored.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 weal
Becond Bt., apUdly MAYBVILLE, KY.
plIIL I. ANDERHON,
tfo, 21 Murket St., nearly ojtp. Oentral Hotel,
Office Open at all Hour: MAYUVILLK, KY
T-V II. HEWITT V. FRANKLIN,
8Noxt door to Hank of
"I")".T. II. N. MMITII, ,
Will devote his whole time fo the preserva.
lion of the natural teeth. Dr O. W. Wardle
will takechiirKuol all I he mechanical work,
such as gold, sll ver.coiillnuouHguin, celluloid
and rublmr plates. incli.llilly
YN!EY Oc A I.EXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AMD FEED STABLES
Vehicle ot all kluilN, uimhI stock hikI eareful
drlvelM. llonsex kept by the day, oi wek uii
lwiHonnlilelHiniM. BrKwind Nt,, Iwlweeu Mai Wei
A. O. BROWNING, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner of
Third aud Button streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
A M. ROGERS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
UK. Sec. St, mchUOly MAYSVU.I.K,' KY,
Becond street, ueztdooi to Dr.- Martin's
TOIIN T. FLEMING
Represent the London and Liverpool and
Globe, Germuu American, of New York, aud
Pheulz, of Brooklyn. Also agent for Blue
Lick Water, Office corner of Front aud Button
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Rent Eat Ate nnd Collecting Ageuejr.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYBV1LLE. KY.
Pineapple Hamt. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
maySOdly BECOND STREET.
f A, MEANN,
V..II linn rt lli,.1ol IIaI.u. , .11 -.i-
." . wuot huu nil Mrmues required
by the undertaking trade. Order
promptly attended to day or night.
noway no. 01, jsxut Becona tttreet,
M cDOCULE IIOLTON,
Have Just received from the manufacturers n
full ltuo of seasonable goods for the fall and
winter trade. Jeans, Flaunells, Iilanketa,
Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletots and Jerseys.
Call In and see them and et price.
Vy . MATHEWS A CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Building and Crossed Lumber,
Laths, Bhlneles, blinds, Framed, Doors, Bash,
Btavos, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, do.
wcnAJIy MAYSVJLLB, JSTY.
Banltary Engineer, Gas and Steam-fitter.
Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, IIos.
Bewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Piping, Bteutu
and Water Gauges. No. west Becond street,
opposite Golsel'a grocery,
apl7dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
mo. COX A HON, v
Dealsrs In Btaple aud Fancy
OOChSI ly M AY8 VI LLK, KY.
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Dost cigars In the markst. Full variety ot
Becond street, ally MAYBVILLE, KY
Manufacturer and originator of ebo eels
braled brands or
Bllver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap
Biuoke, Three Realities, Cord wood uud
loldBlugs. Becond Btreet, Maysvllle, Ky,
IT W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of ami Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I,adlaM'and children's flue shoes a sneclaltv
Custom work made to order, RepulrlnKneatlj
auu promptly none hi nnxieraieuiiargos.
No. 41 Market steett. East side.
ally MAYBVILLE, JCY
A FINCH A C9
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. Third and Sutton Street,
mcbWly , MAYSV1I.UK, KY,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Largo stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. 47, Market streo , two doors below D. A.
Richardson A Co.'s grocery.
a4dAwly MAYBVILLE, KY.
p 8. JCDD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Real Estate autl Collecting; Aircncy.
Court Bt., (apiadly) MAYBVILLE. KY.
a ovr RICHESON,
Dealer In Btaple and Fancy
has REMOVED from his old stand to tho
building on Becond street lately occupied by
Charles H. Frank. up!3dl y
FAMES A CARR,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Btreet Hack orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses boUlthtandsoldonCatninlwilnii. Mnr.
ket Bt. four doors below Oentral Hotel. a!23
r W.SPAHUH BHO.,
Ao. 84, MAliKJCTSTJlEXT.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
ant Wtmtnw nharlnu iJwl ,l..uu at 'M jR
40, 45, fio, ,00, US, 70, 76. and V0 cts., 11.08 an I Jli5
per jruru. mcnaiuiy
Oldest and best Companies, Insures for
iuii vHiue, liow raios. ixs.son promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Office corner Third
huu mantei sireeis. apiodly
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Headquarters forClocks, Bllver Goods, Jewelry
etc All work promptly and satisfactorily
done. Becond Bt., East of Market. jp!7
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Oysters a siwcinllv. FVmh hnnl
aud cakes. Parlies and weddings furnished
on short notice.
35 Becond Bt.. inaySdly MAYBVILLE, KY.
T ANE A WORHICU,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans aud specifications furnished an reasonable
terms aud all work satisfactorily and
promptly done. Office ou Third street, between
Wall aud Button. spindly
1ITOKRIHON A UACULEY.
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh!ly) MAYSVJLLK.KY.
rtlRNINIIING GOOBS aud
Hats, Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest
fall styles Just received.
Market BU, ap!6dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
r N.MINER A BRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Becond, cor. Button streets,
mchSldly MAYBVILLE, KY.
VTRS. F, B. COLLINS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Becond street,
Mrs. George harrows' old stand. apll6dly
VT1MR MATTIE CARR,
Second ttreet, January Slock.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc., ul the latest styles.
Prices Low. hicnaiuiy
AWKNS A RAKKLEY,
Nos. 67 and GO Becond and 16 Button streets,
have Just received a latye stock of improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered
to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apU6
BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Bucoessor to Cooper A lllsset.
Dealer In Stoves, Ranges, Marblelaed
Mantels, aud EanBuraeltirera ofTlB,
Copper and Htaeet Iron Ware.
Special attention paid to tin rootling, guttei
and spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes.
av, mi wure uiwjuueu wi promptly muu
S3 E, HAond at., aftlly MAYBVILLE. KY.
FRESH OYSTERS !
Rest brands served In any style, DAY OR
My establlshraeut has lately been fitted up
In handsome style, and supplied wltu ever
convenience. Cooking unexcelled.
, R, M. WILLETT,
tilOdSra No, 8. Market street,
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of the Kidney?.
HAB been used with most gratifying
In many obstluate cases. Prof, F.
W. Clark, professor of ChemlNtry at the unl.
verslty ol Cincinnati says this water "belongs
to the same class with that or the Alleghany
Borings, ol Vlrgluia," the medicinal virtue
of which are too well known to bo stated here.
Those who deslie to try this famous water
are referred to Captain 0. W. Boyd, Levanua
Oh o; Captain CM. Holloway. Cincinnati,
Ohio: J. J. Italpo, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salt-In
half barrels and jugs by
OUB. Bill MONB, Proprietor.
23U4wtt Aberdeen, Ohio.
and all sorofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas,
Eczema, Illotchcs, ltlngwonn, Tumors, Carbuncles,
Rolls, and Eruptions of tho Skin,
are the direct result of au Impuro state of tho
To cure these diseases the blood must be part.
Bed, and restored to a healthy and natural condition.
AvKit's SAitsAPAiULLA has tor orer forty
yean been recognized by eminent medical authorities
as tho most powerful blood purifier In
existence. It frees tho system from all foul humors,
enriches and strengthens tho blood, remorcs
all traces of mercurial treatment, and prores It
olt a completes master of all scrofulous illicanes.
A Recent Cure of Scrofulous Sores.
"Some months ago I was troubled with
sores (ulcers) on my legs. Tho limbs wero
badly swollen and inflamed, and tho tores discharged
large quantities of offensive matter.
Every remedy I tried failed, until I used Ayf.h'I
8 AiiRAi'AltlLLA, of which I have now taken thrco
bottles, with the result that the sores are healed,
and my general health greatly Improved. I feel
very grateful for the good your medicine has dono
me. Yours respectfully. Mas. Ann O'llitlAN."
H8 Sullivan St., New York, June 21, 188a.
t3T AH persons Interested aro Invited to
call on Mrs. O'llrlan s also upon tho Rev. "..
P. Wilds of 78 East 04th Street, New York
City, who will take pleasure In testifying to
tho wonderful edlcacy or Aycr's Sarsaparll
la, not only In the cure of this lady, hut lit
his own case and many others within Ills
Tho well-known writer on the Soiton Herald, D.
W. Ball, of Hoehetter, JV..,wrltes, June 7, 1882:
" Having suffered severely for some years with
Eczema, and having failed to llnd relief from other
remedies, I have made use, during the past thrco
months, of Avcn's Sausaparilla. which tins
effected a complete cure. I consider It a
remedy for all blood diseases."
stimulates and regulates the action of tho
and assimilative organs, renews and
strengthens tho vital forces, and speedily cures
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Gout,
Catarrh, General Debility, and all diseases
arising from an Impoverished or corrupted condition
of tho blood, and a weakened vitality.
It Is Incomparably the cheapest blood medicine,
on account of Its concentrated strength, and great
lower over disease.
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; price (1, six bottles for SS
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
In th UnlUtl SUUn, wliuw LirK loi :xriuil ck,
perfect method and pure medicine Innuro I'J.i:iiy
end rxnuAMENT cunrs of all Print", Uhronio and
irvous DUeaee. Affections of the lllood, Nkln,
Sidneys, llludder, Kruptlone, Ulcere, Old
Korea, of theUlnnde.ftiire Mouth,
fJThrout, llone lulne, permanently cuxvd and
radicated from tbs jtm for life.
nSmtlvVVO !; Sexual Vi-cay, Mental
and VUytcal Weakness, Fulling Alttnnri,
Weak yr, Stttnted
to Marriage, etc., from execsnea or any
taxue, tpeetlllg, Hifely and jtrlrattlg Cured.
and Old men, and all
who rteed medical eklll and experlnicc.con.ult
I)r. Date at once. Ilia opinion coeta nothing, andmay
aaTefutaremlaeryand ahame. When InconTenlent
to Tlilt the city for treatment, mrdlcinra can he cent
everywhere J mall or eipreea frru rroni
-It ia self-evident that a phwlclan who
Kivea hit whole attention to a claaa of disease attain
a crcut aklll.andphyilclansthrouiihout the
country, knowlnir this, frequentlr recommend dlHlcult
caaea to the Otdeat Npecluflet, by whom every
known rood remedy ia lined, sir Dr. Ilatu'a
Ace and Kxperlence maVa hit opinion of
Imnnrtanee. B3Thoo who rail aee no
one hut the Doctor. Consnltatloni free and aneredly
confldentlul. L'atea which have failed In olitalnlnic
relief elaewhere, especially aollclted. Kemaln
treated. Call or writ, llnurs. frnni l tn 4i
0 to R Snndaya, lO to 1U. L.U11JK 10 lll'ALni
sr.MT Kiixp, AddreaaaaatKiTe.
r jVF XV VVBr ' Tf
. merchant and get
a bottfoof tVUlMt World Worm Cniidy.
the most efficient and palutalile worm medlcims
mado. It Is put up In delightfully llmoretl
sticks of caady, and the littlo oncsluvo to tuku it.
F. L. TRAYSER,
tDealer In first-lass:
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED !
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Frout Street, MayNvillo.
: Denier In:
Tew, Queens wuro,
Lil'li!!11?111 Pricopald pioiluee.
j3li L . r Kourlh nna Wuhi slioolH.
O. W. GEIHEL,
Ho. ,W. Ntiroutl Ht., Oji. llotiMr
KrulUand Vegetableslu season. Your patron
w respectrnflv sollcltwl. flhliv
AIIGeodsnui! ttorti wmu..,..
... . .j . . . ' a aa.
..""ul.,''.rMi30,u street, uireo doors below
Market street, Maysvllle, ky. apuuuiy