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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVENING, DEO. 11, 1883.
Th'nnboVe number represents tlie
each week ofJ.hu. Daily and Weekly
"1IU1.1.BT1S. Advurtlnors aro Invited to chI)
nml assure themselves ol the truth of tin
statement, nnd thoy nre requested to bear li
mind thai our ra.es for advertising uie tin
Tub thirty-eight principal cities find
towns' in Ohio Imvo n total lildcMncss of
'The Ashland Independent f nys tho No
ton Iron Works, recontly burned, will be
rebuilt with all possible dispatch.
Col. II. V. Thompson, of Clurk county,
has purchnsed 80,000 pounds of tho new
crop of tobacco at from 0 to 11 cents per
pound for winter order, and at from 12
to 15 cents for fancy crops in keeping
order for May and Juno delivery.
tinned by business men in all pnrts of
tho country, and asking that tho bonded
whisky period be extended, was presented
to Congress. Tho whisky extension
h'.ll, which is being prepared, will dill'er
but little from the Senate amendment to
tho Houso bill of the last session, as reported
by Mr. Sherman.
ArtcmtiH Ward In New Orlenns.
Manhattan for December.
" What was tho question, Colonel, you
wished to put to friend Browne?" Baid
the proprietor, whose ruddy countenance
shorn with pleasure,
" Well, simply this, partly for my own
satisfaction und partly to answer those
who have asked me the question: 1 ray,
Mr. Browne, did you fight against us during
This was uttorcd in all sobor earnestness.
We felt that it wan out of place ;
and yet wo couldn't help admiring the
Colonel's genuine honesty and simplicity
of purpose and feeling.
Artemus' eye twinkled, though his
face was composed and his manner serious,
as he unswed: "Since I came
South, Colonel, I have been frequently
asked that question. Permit me answer
it in my own fashion." lie drew him-self
up and folded his arms. We drew
closer around him, anxious to hear the
humorist for once express himself seriously.
" I did my duty faithfully, Colonel, by
sending a substitute to the war. I have
never met him since. Doubtless
he will yet return to his family's
bosom, to draw a pension in my plnco.
I was thereforo excused from further
active service. But I always openly
proclaimed it 1" here ho was exceedingly
impressive ' that as long as (ienural
J. co kept away from me, 1 would keep
away from him ; I would never go after
him. But I said, nevertheless, repeatedly
and without concealment, that ii
ever Gen. Lee and his ilfty thousand
men camo marching up in Nor'west
Now York State, where my old mother
and I lived on my humble homestead, I
did say as I said before, that I would
send my old motlior to the rear ; and I
would take ray grandfather's old musket,
and I'd load her up with buckshot, and
then I'd send Gen. Lee word; and if lie
nnd his fifty thousand men didn't retreat.
I would attack everv man of them
and follow them to the Potomac! And
you see, Colonel, General Lee must have
heard of this, for he never once came
noar mo I"
Amid the burst of laughter which followed
he departed, and 1 never fi.i.v him
Ford and Frank James Face to Facr.
Kansas City Time.
At 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
Charlie Ford and Frank James met face
to face at tho Second strcot jail for the
first time sinco Jesse James was assassinated
in April, 1882. Ford made the advances,
requesting permission of the
guards to see Frank James. As soon art
Ford camo in James recoguizod him nnd
" How aro you, Charlie?"
"I am prettv well; how aro .you,
Frank?" repliecf Ford.
Jnines was self-possessed and greeted
Ford very Tho interview
botween tho two was frequently interrupted
by persons who camo in to see
Frunk Jnmcs. Tho latter said to Ford
that ho had no ill-feeling to-ward him,
but it would be impossible for him ever
to becomo reconciled to his brothor, Bob.
Ford. Ford duplicated this assurance ol
good will, but to tho reforenco to his
brother ho made no roply. After remaining
with James five minutes, Ford
went out. The latter informed a Times
reporter that he met Mrs. Samuels on
tho Mroet yesterday, and she spoke to
him very pleasantly. Frank James, he
said had never incurred his enmity, as
ho was a very different man from Jesse.
Ford said that Frank James was looking
better than when ho last saw him.
For and About Women.
It is said that England has 1,000 female
South Carolina ladles want nn appropriation
of $40,000 for girls' schools,
that being tho amount given annually
for boyB' schools.
A woman's exchange is to he opened
in Washington, and ellorts will bo made
to Interest Boveral prominent society li.
dies in its success.
A young girl omployed in a telephone
station in Hartford, Conn., has almost
entirely lost her voice and is now unable
to speak above a whisper.
Dr. Martha G. Jliploy has romovod
with her family to Minneapolis, Minn.
Sho has long been one of the most active
and faithful of tho Massachusetts
Change of placo will not change
hor Interest in tho cause of women.
ltopklusylllo Now Km.
Tho city council of Paducah litis recently
passed an ordinance against hogs
running at largo upon tho Htreets.
should follow suit,
Nowcastlo Local: Tho new tobacco
tliut la now bolng shipped from this
county is bringing vory high prices. Tho
host prices obtained for onO crop were
two hogoheads sold by Jerry Hall, of
iCsurovHlo, at $22 and $22.50.
Wheat look well' In thl vicinity. The
ncrtnKu sown Is In rue
Our farmers are busy gathering corn. The
crop Is a moderate one.
A.Hulllvun A (To are buying tobacco again
Mils yeur. They expect to buy ono hundred
thouHimd poll mis nml nre paying 15 cents
Win. Henderson has Just completed a new
houso In the lowcrrndof lowit.
Klcier Humpy Is holding a meeting In this
placo. NO sedition.
A party of hunters from Chester Invaded
tlio farm of Mr. II. Hnrrlxnn, a lew days ago,
much lo his displeasure. Vengeance Is
threatened Hhould they come ngttu.
A lyceum hii been lately organised at
Urownfluld school house.
' What fools these mortals bo."
Tho" Mite" hai faded away like a name on
a cuke of fancy soap,
M lutes Klta Melcalfo and Tallin Pncne paid
their respects to IhoHhuhnon neighborhood
un Hatuidny last.
ThcrowiU bo a niaqucrado hop nt Hardin
on the 17th. which promises to ho the mclety
event of the season. On that occasion the
Arcade will bo thioiiK.eU with ghosts and
goblins, Imps of hideous shapis and foroix
will plrao nml fright the surging man that
will assemble to witness the fpectarli. Asa
spfcliiculur altulr it will doubllOHS out rival
the famous ' Muck Crook," or the "Devils
The recent debate at Surdls has profoundly
affected the thought of this neighborhood.
I'eonlo urerfenrolilne and ouotluu the sarin
lures to sustain their positions und many of
them In trying to Justify their prejudices nre
neaping mrainy upon me ucuy. reopioso
thiough Mils world sinning mid repontlng,
doing good and evil, and I insist that lu the
next world, nxlti (Ins, Ilia inosldcpiuved will
have the hope or reform and the endless
chance of doing good. 1 can't regsrd Jehovah
as the keepei of a prison from wheuco none
ever conio. where no pardons aro ever Issued.
Such things are done tiere on earth out of respect
lor the human stand iril of Justice, and
surely the Clod of liitlulte wisdom and mercy
can never lull below the Ideal ol depraved
and barbarous man.
Dr. l'ulmer Is a lorn widower, his wife having
gone home with her brother, Luwrenoe
Wheeler, whe resides In Kuusus.
Halt A llouldeu will huve a drawing on
ChrlHtmiis eve at the Arc tile. Among the
prUotwlll be two elegant chamber suites, valued
ut ftsj each.
Tom Ilrownlug Is going into the hardware
business with Will Victor, of .Mlllersburg,
the ntst of January.
Mr. Jus. T. Hult will lenvo us next week for
a trip out West. Ituinorsays he will return
uot u lorn bachelor, but u happy beneJIct.
Hev. W. W. Hpales and wife will taken
lour weeks' leave of absence about the opening
of the new year. While enjoying rest
and recreation with friends out west his pulpit
will be HMulurly filled by able proxies.
Orange blossoms are budding amid the
bunks und biuei of bonulu hhauuoii. Now
don't nil guess the snine ono. or it w 111 iiiuKo
the balance of the young ladles feel ''loll."
Prepare lor the bright C'lirUtuias that Is
almost lu sight.
Klder I. J. West will occupy his pulpit In
the (.Jin Hi Ian Church on the third Sunday In
this mouth. This Is the cloio of his jeur,
und will be his luiewell sermon.
Mr. John Tllton will move lo II
next spring. Old Mason will lose u good citizen.
Khv. Vurilemnu, of Covington, n nephew
of the famous Jerry Vurdennui, one of tho
most HiicoevHlul of the early iltntlHt preacher
n, has been holding u series of mooilngs In
the ii.tpiisiuuurcnni unysiicK. tie preueiieu
foursuriiiouu, each ono being better than Its
piedecessor. The Interest, of course Increased,
and ho leltu Hue Impression. The probability
Is will tie called to the
no I this church.
Mis. l.ucy Keith, of Muysvlile, has presented
Mrs. W. W. Hputes with a huudsame
Henry Wilson, his ordered n veranda for
his residence from Collins, lludy A Co.
- The parsonage veraudu will bo put up In
Hunday was a hoautlful day.
ThtiiKs wero quite lively .Saturday night.
There was a base bull match between the
East fork and California clubs on Saturday
last, which i esulted In victory for the former.
What '"an Uea" for ono of tho members of
the llaptUl Church to get xo affected because
they are trying to turn It Into an opera house.
J. M. Hutton has opened a confectionery
In tho property lately vacated by Kllmore
Whllo vlowlng Ilradfonl 4 Murvln's well
selected slock of holiday goods, we were
charmed toheur"Auld lung My no" produced
by tho lino niu.lc box they have nn exhibition,
to be rafflod oil for the buuefll of their
customers January 1.
Col. tslmmous was homo on Holiday. The
colonel Is a man onco known never forgot
ten, and always appreciated us a noble and
kind hearted man.
Hlr 1'efer Luff, our accommodating
has hauiedoverslx hundred hogsheads
of tobacco this season.
Mr.Thos. Mudlgun, our cigar manufacturer,
says business Is slack on account of so much
Ntoglo smoking. Now don't mind, Tommy,
wo know your goods cn't be beat, und us
blood will tell you will huve your time.
" Constancy thou art a ewel." If that's so
we know u youuu man fiom Kentucky who
must be n whole cluster, for he Is constantly
Aberdeen now boasts of a first class tin shop,
a long felt want. You can now get all the
tinware you have mended with neatness
Wo nre glnd to loaru that Mr. Edward Huron
Is slowly coiivnlesclm: from his recent
Illness, under the care of Dr. Uuthrie one of
inu u rM physicians 01 the aiaie.
Oh, my. so delicious, und did you ever, nnd
i-o charming. Young iiiuuyoushould hi more
guarded In your conversation. Homellines the
leaves have ears.
In view of the coinlnc cold weal her several
of our citizens huve availed themselves of
tuo opportunity to have, patent grates. Wo
know of one that has been tested, but with
what results wo have not buon able to loam.
Our streets presented quite n lively np
Hunilay eveuliu. l'lio esplaundo was
throngisl with piomeiiiflurs, among whom
we noticed soveial Iniin Mnysvlllo.
Wo notice the young ladles nre walking
with a cunu now. Poor things, wonder what
ullh them. Homebody whlspeis they urn
struck with the latest stylo. Ho were we once
und had to walk In u wheelbarrow.
lVrsomtl and Political.
Sorirennt Bates is lrnmj)in( along from
Chicago to Savannah. His son carries
the flag. Tho Sergeant lectures and carries
Judge Hoadloy has received notice
from Mrs. Kalo CIiiiko that sho will he
at his inauguration, ut Columbus,
on the of January. It was from
her father, Salmon P. Chase, that Judge
Hoadloy imhiliod somo of his earliest
lessons in tho law.
Tho liloomllold (O.) Greenbacks "
thanks to Mis. Geo. Martin for a
rich nnd bountiful supper Saturday
night and a breakfast Stindav morning."
And yet there are peoph who class tho
Greenback cause us dead.
The Duko of Norfolk Is tho richest of
English nobles. Thov rate him nt $45,-000,000.
Next to him comes tho Marquis
of ltuto. Both of these eminent gentlemen
would ho considered on tho road to
bankruptcy in this country.
Dord Ovorstono died worth over $00,-000,000.
Ho would walk a mile to save
a penny, and was oxocedinuly pompous
and prosv. Colonel Lloyd Lindsay, who
married his daughter, is very unpopular.
Mrs. Lindsay is now richer than tho
Queen, nnd as parsimonious.
We have on our counter three
hundred and fifty
Boys' and Children's
I OVER COATS r
that we shall make a run on at
from $2 to $4 each. Come and
see them before they are all
p KOIIUK II. IIEINER,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made feast Cakes.
maySOdly HKCOND STKKKT.
A M. KOMtiKfl,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
lE.Sec.Bt. incliiiOly MAYSV1LLE,KY,
r A MM ON,
Becnnd street, nextdooi to Dr. Martin's
Every new shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Blue, Egyptian
etc., and new Trimmings to match.
Second Ht., nichSlly MAYMV1LLE, KY.
r W. OAI.DK A 1TII,
ATTORNEY AT liAW,
Rent Katnlenntl Collecting AKeocy.
Third street, near Court houso,
tnylOly MAYBVILLE, KY.
TOIIN li. rOYNTZ, JR.,
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
full value. Low rates. Losses nromntly nald.
No discounts No delays. Office corner Third
and Market streets. apiedly
0 WKNS fc I1AUULEY,
Nos. 67 nnd 69 Becond and 10 Button streets,
have just received a larye stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered
lo fanners. Tho host tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. ap!16
'11 F. KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Teuns reasonable. Front Btreet, between
Market aud Buttou. aptlOdly
r W. NPAKUN A DUO.,
Jfo. 21, MAUKBTaTRBKT.
NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS
and Window Hhadoa. Good Carpets at 30, 86,
10, 43, 60. 00, US, 70, 76. and 00 cts., 11.00 anl 11.25
per yurd. mch31dly
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest prices.
No. , Market sine , two doors below D. A.
Klchardsou A Co.'s grocery.
aldiwly MAYBVILLE, KY.
Vf-RN. F. II. COLLINN,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest Btyles of Hats. Bonnets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Hecoud street,
Mrs. Ueorgo llurrows' old stand. apI16dly
A a. IIKOWNINU, M. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner of
Third una Hutton streets. Will Rive special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
6 J. oauohkrty"
No. 6, West Becond Btreet.
Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always
on hand. Orders by mall will receive
the same prompt attention as if delivered in
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Headquarters forClocka, Bllvor Goods, Jewelry
etc. All work promptly and
Becond Bt East of Market. ap!7
Tj OI.T KICIIENON; " "
Dealer in BUple and Kuncy
has IlEMOVED from his old stand to the
bulldluK on Becond street lately occupied by
Charles II. Krauk. upl3dly
tBuccessors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Btreet Hack orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bouuht and sold ou Commission. Mar.
ketBt. four doors below Central Hotel. al2a
Ijy W. I.YN4III,
Manufacturer of nnd Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Liidtes'and children's due shoes a specialty
llllsmim urnrlr Innrlalnnnlai. l.Knl.i.;H...il.
and promptly done at moderate charges,
.w. MniRUI mctHl, EMHl Slue.
ly MAYBVILLE. KY
yTAYSVII.I.K lK IIOUNK.
DYEING mid CLEANING
n,? !lk "!ul Wonloii (Jo.mI, Dnwsra, Bhawls,
Ulbbotislh all colors. Uentlumun's olothlng
Cieuneduiiil Dyed Kro ,1 street, below Hill
House. s2t JOHKI'II HUKNNKU, Dyor,
Manufacturer and originator of the cole
braUsl brands of
Hllver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap-
Hmoko, Three Houutlos, Cord wood and
oldHlugs. Second HUeet, Muysvlile, Ky.
C B. OLDHAM.
Banltary Euglueor, Oas and
Dealer in plumber's goods. Pumps, llom,
Bewer I'lpes, Lead unu Iron Piping. HI earn
aud Water Gauge. No. 8 west Becond street,
opposite (Jelsel's grocery.
ap!7dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Oysters a specially. KroSh bread
aud cakes. Parties and weddings furnished
en short notice.
35 Becond St.. rnay3dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
We offer our stock of ladles' wraps, consisting
in plain and circulars, silk
plush JncKetH, dolmnns, paletots. New
reduced prices tn close. Call and get
a bargain. McDOUULE 4 HOLTON.
( A, MfiSANH,
Fall line of Uurlal Hobos and all articles re
quired by the undertaking trade. Orders
promptly aiienueu 10 uay or niKiu.
mSOIy No. 61, Kbit Second Street,
"ly B.MATIIEWN AC'O.,
Manufacturers and Doalers In
Building and Dressed Lumber.
Laths, Bhlugles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Bash
Btavos, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
jncn301y AlAYSVILLK, KY.
1" ANK A WORUICU,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
I'lun and speclflcattons furnished an reasonable
terms and all work satisfactorily aud
done. Office on Third street,
firomptly and Buttou, apllldly
pAUI. li. ANDKKNON,
Ho. 2 Market SU, nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Ilourt. MA YB VILLK, Xi
rK.DKWITr C FKANULIN.
WNext door to Bank of Mays P
JOHN T. FLEMING.
IteprosenU the London and Liverpool and
I'henlz, ol Urooklyn. Also agent for Ulue
Lick Water. Offloe corner of Front and But
Wholesale aud He tall
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (rah281y) MAYBVILLE, KY,
Becond street, January! Block,
Millinery Goods, Hats,. Laces,
Featliers,Trlramlncseto.,otthe latest styles.
I'rloea Low. tochaidly
p II. TRAxrx,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
TftAArAatn lavlnNtrvaii fniilliif enaunH A 1.
solutely pure Aaudles. Fresh bread of all
kluds. Furnishing weddluiM aud hurtles a
specialty. 1'rlces low. niayWIy
p H.MINF.K HKO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No, 1, Becond, cor. Buttou streets,
mchaidly MAYBVILLK, KY.
M, F. MARSH,
ATrOBNF.T AT LAW,
Jantlca of tbe Peace,
REAL ESTATE n INSURANCE AGENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a alo is oonsuinmolnl.
Deeds, morttuKei Ac written at rates as low as
any ones, umoe library uuiidlug, Button
yf IHH I.OD POWMNU,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods. Dou'neU,
uoiu, rinwers ana Millinery uoous generally.
Kntlre sutlnfactlon guaranteed In all oases,
Becond, opposite Opera House, mayfly
Will devote Ills whole time to the preservation
of the natural teeth. Dr. O. W. Wardle
Will take charae ol all the mechanical work,
such as Kold,sllver,coutlnuous gum, celluloid
aud rubber plates. inchSldly
"tZANKY A AUXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
Vehicles ol all ktuds. Rood stock and eareful
drivers. Ilorsos kept by the day, or week on
reasouablo terms. Becond at., between Market
Proprietor of the celebrated brands: Hold
the Fort. Parlor Queen nnd Mother Hubbard,
lk'ut cigars In the market. Full variety of
Bocond street. ally MAYHVILLK. KY
IfRN. MAKY E. T1IOMAH,
Millinery and Notions,
Announces that she has Just received her
tall stock, which will be found very attractive
nod that sho has also secured the services
of un accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati.
One price Only.
13 E. Hecoud sU, uWly MAYBVII.LK, KY.
ry eo. cox a non,
Deatsrs lu Hluplo and Fancy
mch311y MAYHVlLliE, KY.
Hats, Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest
full styles J ust received.
Market Ht,, aplWiy MAYBVILLE, KY.
AM RECEIVING DAILY
tho best brands of-
which will lo served lu all styles. Korcalo
also by thecuu, or In bulk at reasonable
prices. T. J. NOI.IN,
at Ulerley's confectionery store, Becond Hi.
A. J. WH.1.IAMN.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP tor tho next thirty days.
Call and see them.
inchSOly Ao. 29, Ecut Sfcond Street.
PGSKW A AM.KN,
STOVES, GRA.TES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Bole anonts for the celebrated
Omaha aud Leader stoves. Hoofing: aud
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market and Third istreets, A. K.
old stand. apliedlw
G. VV. OJEISKL,
No, 9,W. Hecoml Ht,,Opp.OperiHoBBe,
Fruits und Vetrelublesln season. Your patron-e
respectfully sollciUsl. iHdlv
- ONE DAl'LTON A BHO.,
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of all kinds of vehicles on hand
forsale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or mouth. Largest and best appointed
Livery Btable lu the west. Prices as
low as uny. Uest attention to vehicles stoi ed.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and 42 west
Becoud BL, apl7dly MAYBVILLK, KY.
B2K A. fkvorlta BrMtf
iBSSt BOUd and (OCOMRU i
ibow rura ror mac
rmt nM..ii. in
EipbUaadwivlopy. DrmiUUf aCllit.
AiirtH OIL WARD A CO.,
sksVM msflsi" 'AnakesisM5i2;.7i
an tnromk nn tot PI Irs.
Hilled Frlc f 1, at druirgisti, or
wH"nli irpia dt mm. nampia
..'I BUM sviukc n. box t lift New York.
frees UFPERERA Yeothral Improdtne. essilsa L
s Motou IHbUltr. llntsl and PbTiCk
IVutM Valoabla lnformaUoJ
IimiIiiw.ih. ft aa ITi.rtYlrnriaarii h
saTrlly IXJLa01hUSo340aissj bF
Lbmh) mbEhE379 t)is
ALL DRUOQIST8 SELL IT.
NftrlHir Wngoa nml llnrarsa.
Repository No. IK, Button street, Maysvllle,
Ky. ileadquarters for DK.
DR. J ACKHONtt HLAOK OIL cures mange,
cracked heel, wans, ureasy heol, pricked foot,
quitter, sand cracks, corns eta l'rloeEO cents.
uii. jAuivnuna uuinibiunu uim
MKNT is an exoellout remedy for enlarue
monts. spavin, ring-bone, capped hock, curb
splint cramp or strain oi mo wniri uoue.
I'rioo 60 cents.
DR. JACKHON'fl WHITE OIL cures lung
fever, inflamtlon o the kidneys and
Usui lu man or horse, fi Ice 60 cents,
DR.JA KBON'BFOOT OIL Is an effective
remedy lor chafes, sores or quarter-crack lu
horses' feet und mango aud lice In cattle and
horses. Price CO cents.
VBent to any uUUren on receipt ot price.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Dia '
eases of the Kidneys.
OAB been nsed with most gratifying sue-fl
coss In many obstinate cases. Prof. F.
W.Ulurk, professor of CheiuKry at the university
of Cincinnati say a this water "belongs
to the same class with that of the Alleghany
Borings, ol Virginia," the medicinal virtues
of which are too well known to be stated here.
Those who desire to try this famous water
are referred to Captain 0. W. IJoyd, Levanna
Ohio; Captain O. M. Hotloway. Cincinnati,
Ohio; J. J. Ralpe, Cincinnati, Ohio. For salt
In half barrels and jura by
UUM. hihmunh, Proprietor,
Buswawu AberUea. Oblo.
vras tho flnt preparation perfectly adapted to cure
disease of the scalp, and tho first successful restorer
of faded or gray hair to Its natural color,
growth, and youthful beauty. It has hod many
Imitators, but nono haro so fully root all tho requirements
needful for the propor treatment of
tho hair and scalp. Hall's Hair Itr.NEwr.it has
tedlly grown In farer, and spread Its famo and
usefulness to every quarter of tho globe. Its unparalleled
success can be attributed to but one
caaso: the entire fulfilment f id promlsei.
Tho proprietors hare often been surprised at tho
receipt of orders from remote countries, whero
they had noTor made an elf ort for Its introduction.
The use for a short time of Hall's Hair
Renewed wonderfully improves the personal
appearance. It cleanses the scalp from all Impurities,
euros all humors, fever, and dryness,
and thus prevents baldness. It stimulates the
weakened glands, and enables them to push forward
a new and vigorous growth. Tho effects of
this article are not transient, like those of alcoholic
preparations, but remain a long time, which
makes Its use a matter of economy.
Will change tho beard to a natural brown, or
black, as desired. It produces a permanent color
that will not wash away. Consisting of a slnglo
preparation, It Is applied without trouble.
B. P; HALL & CO., Nashua, N.1T.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicines.
FOR ALL THE FORMS
Scrofulous, Mercurial, and
the best remedy, because the most
scare nin, ftnd thorough blood
y '"fm purifier,
Bold by all DruggUts ; 1, six bottles, 15.
85 S.CIarkSf., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
In th Unit.d SUtai, hM uric U)hi kxi'SHILnck.
parfact method and pure medicine Inturs M'KEUT
ana rKWAnan? uuum ui u fi.a.n, umuui. ..u
Nerroae Dlaeatat. AUacllonlof the Jllooil, NUIll,
KtdBCTa, Illndder, Krupttona. Ulcera, Old
Horca.HtvelllnB of thetilnnda.Horo Slouth.
Thront. Hone Fulna, permanantljr cured and
eradicated from the ajr.Um lor life.
MlFniMnilQ Debility, Imnotrnet,Srtnlnal
RCilV UUO Loet, Sexual Virtiy, Mental
and l'hyilcal Weakness, Fatting Memory,
Weah Eyes, Stunted Development,
to Marriage, etc., from excesses or any
cattse, speedily, safely and jtrlrately (html.
and Old men, and all
who need medical alttll and experience, con.ult
Dr. Date at onoe. lilt opinion ooaia notlilnft, and may
aara future mliery and ahame. When Inconrenlent
to rl.lt the cltr for treatment, mrdicinre can lie aent
Bfenrwheio by mall or eipraaa from
l that a physician who
irea hta whole attention to a clans of dlieaaea
sreot aklll, and phritctana throughout the
country, knowing thl, frequently recommend difficult
caaea to the Oldeai NpeclnfUt, by whom erery
known food remedy U uwd. rl)r. Date a
A arc and Kxperlrnce make tils opinion of
Iraixirtunre. syThoo who cull tea no
one bat the uuc tor. Uonraltatlontfreeandearrvdly
confldvntlnl. L'aaes which hare failed In otitalninK
relief eteewhere. a.eclally aolicltrd. nil
treated. Call or write, llnnm. from W to 4
a to Ht Kundaiw. lo to 119. UUUiK uo llKALril
(ENT KnER. Aodreu aa annve.
Don t Punish
But goto your druggist or merchant and Rot
a bottle of tVIIUi World Worm Candy,
the most efUctent und pulntulile worm medlciiio
made. It is put lilt In iMlKhtfully ttuorei
ticks of cuudy, aud Ihu lilllu ouesluvu lo luko It.
We" have marked onr goods down with a
view to make room lor our Nkw Wintkk
Btock. Our stock consists of lllids, Pent hers.
Oruumeuts. laces, llau, Ztplryrs, Ao Wo
call especial ntteutlou toour cheap and
stock of CKKWKL.
"PILLINU BILK at 85conts per dozen.
Dl6dV!m MIBB LOU i'OWUNU.
F. L. TRAYSER,
iDealor In flint-class:
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED!
Front Street, 3! ay h vllle.
FAMILY GROCERIES I
HlHheat casli price paid fnrcountry prtMluco.
JylWtf Corner Fourth and Plum streets.