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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., DEO. 12, 1883.
7,eoi
Tho above number represents the
eaoh wook of the Daily and Wkkkiy
HULLktin. Advertisers aro Invltel to call
ami ussure themselves ol the truth of tin
Rlatoraunt, aud they are requested to bear In
mind that our rates for Advertising are th
lowest.
Business failures during tlio past week
number 307 tlio largest in any week for
years past.
Wm. E. Chandler and John 0. Now
aro among tlio candidates for Chairman
of tlio National Republican Committee.
An advance in tho price of homp is
reported, and the Woodford Sun thinks
it is to induco farmers to put in larger
crops.
An effort will bo mndo to Irduco tho
next Legislature to form a new county
out of parta of Brcckcnridge, Grayson
and Ohio counties.
At Lexington tho Circuit Court award
cd Miss Georgia Richardson $300 in her
Buit against John P. Haines for $10,000
damages for slandering her.
The Supreme Court of Iowa has de
cided that when the ordinanco of a
town provides that licenses to sell liquor
may bo issued by the proper authorities,
tho repeal of such ordinances operates
also to revoke the licenses granted under
it. Tho license to sell liquor, says the
Court, is not a contiact between the
State and tho person licensed, clothing
such persons with vested rights which it
would bo unconstitutional afterward to
divest them of, but it is merely a permission
to do that which, under tho circumstance?,
would be a public offence ;
and such permission may bo withdrawn
at tho pleasure of the authorities originally
granting it
s
Early in 1884 an effort is to bo made
in Chicago to establish a training school
of high character. It will discard foreign
and ancient languages, but will
givo particular careful instruction in
mechanical drawing and In the practical
uso of tools. In other words it will
combino tho scientific instruction of the
school with tho experience and aptness
that aro usually acquired only In the
shop. Though, as we understand flip
matter, no ono trado is thoroughly taught,
a foundation is laid for tho comparatively
easy mastery of more than ono trado;
iind united with this eminently utilitarian
plan is an extremo euro for the
moral purity and workmanlike zeal of
pupils. Tho enterprise seems to bo admirable
Tub following is from tho Covington
Commonwealth, and every word of it Is
good sound sense : It is ono of tho unaccountable
things that in Kentucky no
provision has been mado by law for
advertising valuable real estate offered
for sale by Shoriffs and Commissioners.
Tho law requires nothing more
than a fow written or printed notices
usually part printed, part written to bo
stuck up at certain points. They aro obscure,
and attract very little attention.
Tho law is absurd. It is manifestly to
tho interest of all concerned more especially
tho debtor that tho property
should bring at least its fair value. That
can only bo secured by adequate notice ;
and that notico can best bo given by
publication of tho sale in a newspaper.
Tho Kentucky law regulating Sheriff's
and Commissioners' sales may havo
tho purpose fifty years ago. It is
long out of date. Now everybody looks
to tho newspapers for all such information.
The law as it stands is in tho interest
of land speculators. Tlio more
limited tho notico of the sale tho better
for thorn.
A1IE11DEEN ITEMS.
Mr. R. 0. Brookovcr, wife and son, London,
leave to-morrow evening for Cincinnati.
Miss Hannah Davis has been visiting her
relatives, tho Misses Fulton, oi Sliarondule,
the past woelc.
Mr. diaries B I bun Id and wife, of Cincinnati,
will visit tho parents ol tint latter at
"Idylwlld," this place.
MrcUrlckor, of this place, will leave In n
few weeks to visit tier daughter, ulrs. 1'ortcr
I'ryor, of West Virginia.
Give Mr, Hoo Hutton a call If you want
auythlng in the C'lulstnias lino, jjo u ii
worthy o.tlteuand dehlres tho patronuge.
The oleuant weddlDg of Miss Allco (J ray to
Mr. Charlos Gardner will take place on th
nth lust., ut the homo of the bride's puronnj
Miss Julia Carey, the accomplished daughter
of Major Carey, hus returned to her home
lu HIploy, nfter a pleasant visit to frleud In
thin place.
Mndarno Humor lias been millollvelv tlo
past lew days. It would take the wholo novfiU
to publish the Idle gossip that Is going
io rounds.
Mr. A.T. Hoswelland wlfo havo returned
from the city. Mr. Uoswoll brought with
Iiltn a very handsome Hue of goods. Cull
and examine.
Master Peyton Wheelor Is clorklng during
tho busy weeks lor Bradford fc Mitrvin. They
. have the most complete stock of Christmas
uoods in the town.
Tho concert given by tho Orpheus Chornl
Hocloty will take place one wock from next
Thursday. Admission twenty. live cents.
.Let everybody attend.
We regret to lose two of our most pioml.
nent business men, Messrs. Metlord uud Ul'
Ixirl, who will hereafter reside In Hlllsborn,
Ky. Tholr many friend wish them success
Our reporter spoke of a cyclone passing
over Fishing Out Creek. Anal her passu!
over Aberdeeu Huuday night. A few morn
cyclones will soon destroy the beauty and
purity of our little village.
The marriage of Miss Caroline Ilcldle,
daughter of Mr. I U. A. Heldle, lo Mr.
Martin Hill, of Lancaster, 0., will tako place
this evening at five o'clock, Tho bildul
party will leave for their future home at
Lancaster the same eveulug.
We are dollglitod to havo bark ngaln our
talented musician, Mr, Frank Ellis. Ho has
neon for the past few mouths tenor singer at
the M. K. Church, South, at Maysvllle, but
has resigned and again takes his old plaoe
liert. The Clioir is now cuiiijhhhxi ui mo ueni
talent lu Southern Ohio. Tattlkh,
IN THK DEPTHS,
Or a ItiiHO to Oct Hid of n LoTPr Owner
of tlm Cloak mid Hut Found nt tlio
Itivcr Idcntincd.
Cincinnati Tost.
Tho finding of a lady's hat and cloak
on tho river bank at tho foot of Smith
street., last Friday morning, it has been
discovered, belonged to a woman whose
maiden namo was Alms Moll to lluobnrd,
originally from Washington, Mason county,
Ky., where her father now lives, o
prosperous farmer. It will bo remembered
that a note found in tho jacket of
tho cloak was dated November 23, and
signed J. E. McDonald. On Saturday
last tho Post printed a dispatch from
Muvsville, stating that J. E. McDonald
had been found at that place, and that
tho evidence pointed to him as tho person
referred to In tho noto. Our investigation
shows that ho was a lover of tho
girl. Ho is also from tho interior of Kentucky,
but for tho past tlireo months has
resided In tlio vicinity ol Ripley, u., and
Maysvillo, Ky., tho former of which
places Miss Hubbard had been staving
since tho 2tBt of last Soptember, and up
until a little more than a week ago. Last
September Miss Hubbard, accompanied
by a gentleman, arrived In Riploy and
stopped at tho Latona House, tho gentleman
stating that he was engaged to the
lady, and that they would shortly get
married. Ho stated that they were from
Maysvillo, Ky. His oxcuso for bringing
tho girl hero was that she desired to escape
the attentions of another lover.
The gentleman returned to Maysvillo In
a few days, but camo occasionally to see
tho girl.'
Meantime, tho young man, J. E. McDonald,
who was tho obnoxious lover.
arrived upon the scene, and secured employment
In tho neighborhood. He frequently
culled upon Miss Hubbard, who
represented him to the hotel people as
her cousin. Ho seemed very devoted to
her. During tho absence of tho Mays
villo lover ho constantly visited her
apartments, and Miss Hubbard, who
also culled herself "Allio McDonald," to
nleuso McDonald, seemed pleased with
Ids attentions. Tho Maysvillo gentleman,
however, becinno derelict in Ids attentions,
and she went to Maysvillo to
ascertain the cause. Upon her return
from tho place she received n note from
McDonald, which, it now appears, was
the same that was found in the pocket
of the cloak picked up on tho bunk of
tho river. It was duted November 23,
and eluded her for not loving him ns he
thought she should. It also Inquired
whether she buw Hancock while in
.Maysvillo, and if sliu did, what ho said
to her about him.
Later on Miss Hubbard became de
spondent. She told her landlady that
siio nun nati a quarrel with ner
friend, aud there was no prospect
of a reconciliation.
Miss Hubbard confessed that hIio had
once been married, but claimed that she
had been divorced and had her maiden
namo restored to her. She seemed to
havo been rather wayward, and drifted
about in different parts of tho country.
On tho 28th of November sho left
starting for Maysvillo, carrying a
fow clothes wrapped up In a newspaper.
Since then sho has not been seen. The
belief prevails in Ripley that J. E. McDonald
is or was Bomethintr more to Miss
Hubbard than a lover. Wbon he read
the account printed in last Friday's Post
ho was very much acitated, and, hiring
a horse, was absent from town all day.
Ho returned in tho evening, and was
still in a high state of agitation. To show
that tlio girl was friendly to him ho produced
the following letter:
Hll'LKY.O.. Oct. 19.
My Dkar Jim I have Just tecelvedyour
very kind letter. I walled lor you that morn
ina until VI o'clock, but you did not come 1
havo been thinking hard of you ever since
lor irrmiui; 'lie so uuuiy, uui I will fontlvo
you Yon say you will send for mo to come.
la eiulv unit wllllmr. to eomo at any time
I told you when ynu was hero that f would
be tine to you, and I will, You kndw I have
always told you that, and you must not
doubt my word. I love you with all my heart,
and am very unhappy when away from you.
Dear Jim, 1 want you lo write to mo uud tell
me what your troublo Is about. Why didn't
you toll mo when you was hero? You need
not be alrald to tell me anything. From
your true aud ever loving Littlk Alme.
I. S. Dear, you day you will take me If
you die. Dear Jim, when you want me to
como send mo money and toll ine what boat
to come on. Good bye, my darling. A kiss
from Ah.ik,
la tliia sho calls liorsolf ' Allio." Was
alio McDonald's divorced wifo? All at
events sho seemed to keep on good terms
with him, and uso him at her convenience,
but was anxious to marry Hancock,
failing in which, and filled with
despondency, she enmo to Cincinnati,
and left evidenco hero of what would
seem to be suicide. But tho fact that
her body has not been found Beema
strange. It is possible that tho tint, cloak
and letlor are a ruse to get rid of McDonald
and to brins; Hancock to his
senses. Tho belief prevails in Ripley
that tho drl came to Cincinnati and met
with foul play.
m
TVhero Was Her llu.baml?
Cuicaoo, 111., Doc 11. Mrs. Tom
wife of the Probate Clerk, while
walking with her husband and sister Saturday
evening down South llalstead street,
was the victim of a daring and successful
highway robbery. She was grabbed by
the throat by three young thugs, who
wrenched from her hand a satchel, containing
'Mi worth of diamond jewelery and
her wedding ring, and dollars In
money. Tho case was suppressed by the
police, who say they have a clue to the
Dlnilby's Uuby Sister.
NkwYoiik, Dec. 11. Mrs. Bridgot
of Brooklyn, wont out a few minutes
to-day, leaving her youngest daughter in
the house. A strange woman entered soon
afterwards and, approaching tho child,
placed a bundle in its arms. "I've promised
a good many times," said the stranger,
"to bring you a baby sister, and to-day
I've keut my promise. Here sho Is."
BuTMcrt, Pa., Doc. 11. The court nouse
of Butler county burned Tuosday evening.
It caught from a defective fluo. Insurance
f38,000; loss tCO.OUO. The records are
thought to bo safe In tho largo stono vault,
aud court Is being held hi tho Methodist
church.
Germany's Attitude.
BErtMN, Doc. 11. Tho North German
Gazette editorially reiterates tho statement
recently mado that in tho event of war
betweou France and China. Germany will
remain neutral, and that alio, will
with England to protect Eurojenns.
Driven by u Growl Vroui the Lion.
Caiiio, Dec. 11. A largo body of lnsur
gonts, while advancing upon Buakin, when
on tho outskirts of tho town, were shelled
nnrl ilrlvpn hiielf tiv ttiu tsimluiut
I llajiarar.
We have on our counter three
hundred and fifty
Boys' and Children's
t OVERCOATS I
that we shall make a run on at
from $2 to $4 each. Come and
see them before they are all
closed out.
HECHINOER BROS.&GO.
rjT.OUGE 1I.HEI8EK,
:Dealer In:
GROCERIES,
Pineapple Mama. Home-made Yeast Cakes.
moySXlly SECOND 8TUEKT.
p AMMOJV,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Secoud street, next dooi to Dr. Martin's
aplBdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
A M. KOC1EUH,
IlKALElt IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
nJC.lke.St, mchSOly if A YS V1LLK, KY,
A HONAN'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
CuHtom work a specialty. Largo (stock. All
kinds at lowest iirlcox.
No. 47, Market sire e , two doom below D. A.
mcnaruNou a uo.' grocery.
aldAwly M AYsVILLK, KY.
II DNT A DOYLE,
Every new shade In-
DRESS GOODS,
Crushed Strawberry, Electrlo Blue, Egyptian
etc, aud new Trimming to match.
Second HU, rachstly MAYMVILLB, KY.
r W.GALURA1TII,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Kent Kstnteaud Collecting Agency.
Third street, near Court house,
mylOly MAYSVILLE, KY.
fOHN U. POYNTZ.JK.,
INSURANCE AGENT.
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
full value. Low rated. Losses promptlypald.
No discounts No delays. Offlco cornor Third
and Market streets. nplOdly
0 WKNS A BARKLKY,
Nos. 67 and 69 Second and 10 Button streets,
have Just received a large stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
tho greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered
lo farmers. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of ull kinds. apU8
'II V. KIFF,
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Teuns reosonublo. Front street, between
Market andSutton. apllOdly
T W.Ml'ARUM de IJRO.,
Jfo. U, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
ntlf? Wlrwlnur Rlt1aa ClriA Pawnaia of On OH
40, a, 60, 60, U5, 70, 76. and 80 cts., ll.Oo anl t'l.25
per yuru. Utcnsiaiy
VfUN. F, II. COLLINM,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats. Uonnets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street,
Mrs. Ueorgo Burrows' old stand. apllOdly
A, O. BROWNING, M. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner of
nurd and Sutton streets. Will give special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
aplUdly MAYSVILLE.
s, ' J.DAUGUERTY,
No. 6, West Second Street.
MARBLE YAEtlD.
Monuments, Tablets and Hoaditonos always
on hand. 'Orders by mall will receive
the sumo prompt attention as if delivered In
person. aplSdly
T BLAUKBOROCtm,
THE BOSS
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Headquarters for Clocks, Silver floods, Jewelry
etc All work promptly aud satisfactorily
dono. Second St., East of Market. apl7
CI OLT KHJIIF.SON,
Dealer In Staple and fancy
has ItKMOVKD from his old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles II. Frank. upl3dty
JAMKH AOAKR,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street tlark orders promptly attended to at
allllmes. finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bought and soldon Commission, Market
St. four doors bolow Oeutral Hotel, a 123
yir W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specially
Custom work made to order. HopalrluK neatly
aud promptly done at moderate chances.
No. 41 Market sleett. East side.
ally MAY8VILLK.KY
"VTAYHVILLi: DIE IIOVNK.
DYEING and CLEANING
InHllk and Woolen OixhN, Drwn, Shawls,
Hlbbouslii all colors. (luiilleinen'N. clothliik
Cleaued and Dyml Km il xireel, Mow II 111
House. s-Jt JOHKI'll KHKNNKU, Dyer,
VylLLIAM HUNT.
Manufacturer and originator of the cele
bruled brands of
OIO-ABS,
Silver Dollar, Wm. llunl'H Dark Home, Hap-
Smoke, Three lleautles, Cordwood and
old Slug. Second Street, Maysvllle, Ky,
C B. OLDHAM,
"'PLUMBER,,
Sanitary Engineer, (las and
Dealer in Plumber's uoods. 1'u num. iilMM),
Sower , Lead and Iron Stems
fcTunu, Pipes, Ijcnu uuia iiifii Piping, .j.oiu
and Water Oaues. No. 8 west Secoud street
opposite Uelsels grocery,
apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TACOII LINN.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread
aud cakes. Part leu aud weddings lurulshed
on short notice.
35 Second St., may3dly MAYBVILLK.KY.
TITCDOUULE A 1IOLTON,
We offer our stock of ladles' wraps, consisting;
In plalu aud circulars, silk
plush Jackets, dolmanx, pulctoU, New
reduced pi Ices to clow. Call uud uel
a bargain. McDOUULF, & HOLTON.
f A, MKANN,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER.
Full lino of Ilurial Robes and all articles required
by the undertaking trade. Orden-promptly
attended to day or night.
mSOly A'o. 61, tout fccond titreet,
AIT U. MATHEWS A CO..
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumber.
Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash
Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac.
mcuSOIy MAYHVILLB, KY.
r ANK A WOKItlCK,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furulshed an reasonable
terms and all work satisfactorily and
firomptly doue. Office on Third street,
Wall and Sutton. , aplUdly
DAUL . ANBKHNON,
DEU9TTISX
No. 21 Market St. , nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all Hourt. MAYS VILLK, KJ
mayl3ly.d.
C. VltANULIN,
DENTIST,
BVNezt door to Bank of Mays, CE)
vlllo. add
TOIIN T. FLEMING.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
Represents tho London and Liverpool and
Globe, German American, of Now York, and
I'honlx, ol Urooklyn. Also agent for Illue
Lick Water. Office corner of Front and Situ
ton streets. apll7dly
1UTOKBIMON A UAVKLEY,
Wholesale und Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh281y) MAYBVJLLR.KY.
jLTIttS M ATTIC OARR,
Second ttreet, January's lll'ock.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles.
Prices Low. Hichilldly
P II. TKAXEL,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
loo cream parlors open for tho season. Absolutely
pure candles. FrcHh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing woddlugs and partlos a
specialty. Prlooa low. mayJdly
p B.MINER A UKU,
Dealers lu
Boots, Shoes, Leather
And FTN DINGS,
No. 1, Secoud, cor. Sutton streets,
mchSldly MAY8V1LLK, KY.
r E, MARSH.
ATrORMEY AT LAW,
jBHtlce or tlio I'ctace,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AOENT.
Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, inorlsaaes Ac written nt rates as low as
any one's. Office Library Dulldlng, Sutton
street,
JM INN LOU FOWLING,
FASHIONABLE MILLINER..
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Hon nets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery uoods generally,
Knllre satisfaction guaranteed In all oases.
Second, opposite Opera House, muyly
TR.T. II. N. HMITI1U
DENTIST.
Will devote his whole time to the preserva
tlou of the uatural teeth. Dr. O. W. Wardle
will take charge ol all tho mechanical work,
such as gold, silver, continuous gum, celluloid
and rubber plates. mchSldly
yANCEY A ALEXANDER,
OLD RELIABLE
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Vehicles ol all klnda. good stock and eareful
drivers. Horses kept by tho day, or weok on
reasonable terms. Secoud at., between Market
and Llmuttuue,
ORANK DEVJNE,
Manufacturer of
Proprietor of tlio celebrated brands: Hold
tho Fort, l'arlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Host cigars In tho market. Full variety ol
smokers' articles.
Second street, ally MAYSVILLK, KY
IIS. MARY K. TUOMAH,
M
Den lor In
Millinery and Notions,
AnnounroH that she has Just received her
all stock, which will be found very attractive
and that she has also secured the serviced
of an accomplished trimmer from Gin
clnuntl. Ono price only.
13 E. Second St., aOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
IKO.t'OXANON,
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
DDRST
SECOND STREET.
mch31ly MAS'SVILLK, KY.
ftff lAVIK,
'UKNIHIIIN4J HOOIINnutl
Hala, Caps. Trunks and Valine. Tho
fall styles Just received.
Markets'., nplOdly MAYSVILLK, KY.
r AM ItlUT.IVINO DAILY
the bst brands of
FRESH OYSTERS!
which will Ikj nerved lu all stylos. For Halo
also by t Lie can, hall-can or In bulk nt
prices. T.. I. NOUN,
at lllerley's confectionery store, Second St.
ATltN. A. J. WILLIAMS.
c.a.:R;:f:e!ts,
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold UHKAl" lor the next thirty days,
Call aud see them.
mchSlly A'o. iS), tout Neconit Utreet.
IjlOMiW A ALLKN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated
Omaha aud LeiUer stoves, llooduu and
promptly and Hutislactorlly done. Corner
ol Market and Third .slreolw, A. It. Glascock's
old stand. aplllkllw
lEsta.'tollBla.od. 1S65.
EQUITY GROCERY.
No. 9,U'. Necoml M.,0)i.Ora llonae,
FrulUaud VeKetablealnsoasou. Your patron-ae
rt"pectfuuy Bollcltwl. (Mdlv
-TOSE DAULTON A HIIO.,
GOOD INTENT
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full Hue of nil kinds of vehicles on hand
foraalo, hire or exchange. Horse kept by
day, week or month. Largest and host appointed
Livery Stuble lu the west. Prices as
lowasauy. Host attention to vehicles stoied.
Telephone connection. No. 40 and M west
Second St., ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY.
WeakNervousMen
Wlioro debility, exhausted
ft Vsn prematura decay
nd (allure to perform life's
duties properly aro caused If
excesses, errors of youth, etc.,
will Und a perfect and lutlni
restoration to robust health
and vleoroun tnunhood In
THt rVIARtiTUN UDLUS,
fxcltlicr stomach drugKins nor
Instrument JTht treatment of
Nervous Jlolilllty ana
lhv.lfnilljecitvlsnnnorailtf
neceMful becaueo baKcd on perfect dUgnosii,
new und direct methods and absolute thor.
ciiialiness. Full Information and Treatise free.
Address Consulting 1'lonlclan of
MARST0N REMEDY CO., 40W.UthSL.NcwYotk.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
rpiIOJIAN JACHNON,
Dealer In
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
Nprlntr Wiiffona ami ItiirnoNR.
Honotdtory No. 1H. Sullou street. Miivavllle.
Ky.
trteu una ruiiauio
Horse Medicines.
DIl. JACKSON'S IUiAOKOIL cures mange,
cracked heel, warm, greasy heel, nrlckod foot,
null tor, sanil praekH,cornseto. l'rlcoeuconts.
DR. JACKSON'S HLISTKItlNQ OINT
MENT is an excellent remedy for enlarue
meuta. apuvlu, ring-bone, capped hock, curb
splint cramp or atraiit oi mo wniri none,
l'rlcefiO centa.
Dit. JACKSON'S WHIT13 OIL cures lung
lever, iniiuiniiion oi mo uiuneys huh men
ma tlsm in man or horse. FilcofjU cents.
DK. JACKSON'S FOOT OIL In an effective
reinody lor chafrs, sores or quarter-crack In
horses' feet uud maugu and lice lu catllo aud
hnrxeH. 1'rlco 6(1 cents,
K8Sent touny iiddreHHou rccolpt ol price.
octlHdly THOMAS JACKSON,
SIMMONS'
Dedicated ell-water.
A Spocific for Dyspepsia and Dis
eases of the Kidneys.
14 AS been used with most gratifying success
In many obstinate cases. Prof. F.
Clark. iirofoNNorofChmnldryat the uni
versity ol Cincinnati any a this water "bolougi
to the same class with that of the Alleuhauy
Springs, ol Vlrulmn." the medicinal virtues
of which nro too well known to he stated here.
Thoso whoiloslie to try tills famoua water
are referred to Captain O, W. Boyd, levanna
Ohio; Captain O. M, Holloway. Qtnolnnatl,
Ohio; J. J. Ilalpe, Clnolnnatl, Ohio. For salt
In half barrels and lugt by
uuil, BiMMUNM, rroprietor,
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AYER'S
Cherry Pectoral.
No other comnlalnU aro so Insidious in tlielr at
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Kocklugbam, Vt., July IS, 1882.
Croup, A Mother's Tribute,
"Willi lu tlio country last winter my ltttlo
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seemed a if he would dlo from strangulation.
One of tho family suggested the ue of AYKll'S
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169 West 128th St., Now York, May 10, lt82.
" I have used Avkii's CuKiiav pKcronAi. In my
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Ijike Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
" I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis, aud
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ured by tho uso of Ayeh's Ciikkiiy Pkctoiiab.
JOSEl'U Wauikm."
Uyhalla, Miss., April 6, 1882.
"I cannot say enough In pralso of AVER'S
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lung troubles. B. Buaodon."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
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of Avkh'b Ciikrky rKCTOUAL,nndltwlllairaji
ct4 when tho disease is not already beyond tho
control of medicine.
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85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
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Tiitlon. is that (.physician who
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