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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY EVE., DEO. 20, 1883.
Tim above number renresonts tho clrcnla
. Uaiifeacb. Week or tho daily nnd Wkkkia
Hullktis. AilvortlHorn are lnvllxl to cat)
ot the truth of
unit thoy nro requested to hear li
mind Ui at our ra es for advertising are th.
I'ieuiiu LoiULtAitn won $57,011 tlio
BuaRon on tHblurf; the Dwycr Brothers
Siuurrox hna broken out with ureal
virulence in Gadsden, Tetui. An appeal
is inado for nurees.
Tub Niuhvillo Sunday law has
unconBtltutlontil. Tho decision is
Thk presenco of Tom lluford In Kentucky
with murdorouB intent la denied
by those who proteea to know.
Tub present consumption ( f iron und
steel is' about cquul to tho output. Price?
are not expected to go any lower.
Tim Ohio canals have earned during
tho year a total of $155,010; expenses
$220,035. It is claimed that had it not
been for tho floods thcro would have
been a balance of $50,00.
Tub story that Senator Thurimtn will
become a candidate for tho U. S. Senate
waa rocolvod in Washington with
and doubt It is contended that if
Thurmau remains in Columbus it will
bo to boo fair play toward Pendleton.
Tux St. Louis grand jury failed to And
any evidence or collusion on tho part oi
tho Governor and tho gamblers, or of
any concortcd schemo by the Police
Commissioners to use tho polico for ille
gal purposes. But they add that tho indignation
of tho community over some
of tho appointments is not unreasonable,
and recommend tho organization of the
Polico Board on a different plan.
Gkn. Pryob received for his services in
dofending O'Donnell 3,000. A small
unexpected balance of the fund goes to
O'Donnoll's deserted wife. There was
a Btronj? feeling in the American colonics
in London and Paris ad verso to the interference
of tho United States Government
in the case. Tho absurdity of the
claim of doublo nationality is declared to
have never been more strikingly Illustrated
than in the appeal on behalf of
The labor agitation in England and
Franco in:rcascs. Forty thousand looms
aro idle in England, and tho strike Is
likely to include all tho mills. In Yorkshire
tho miners aro demanding an in
crease wages, and there will bo a con
ference this week to arrange for a general
Btriko of minors if their demands aro not
granted., In tho North of Franco iron
manufacturers are trying to reduce wages
and strikes nro occurring. Many fur
naces have blown out.
Ma. Hoed Wink, of Washington, is
the agont in this county for Mrs. Owens'
Cook Book, one of the best books of the
kind published. Wo have- examined
the book carefully and uro able to say
that it is a very useful work, and is a desirable
addition to the household library,
especially as the recipes given are on an
economical basis, and call for nothing but
what is conveniently at hand. A num
ber of tho recipos have been tried in the
household of tho writer, who takes
ploasure in giving a warm approval to
the book. It ought to havo a largo sale
this county, and the pooplo will faro in
better by having it at hand.
E1. Bulletin: Permit mo to announce
to tho people of Mason county through
vonr tiaiier. that I will leave on Fridav
morning. December 28th, for Frankfort
in tho discharge of my duties as their
representative. My address will be
Buhl's Hotel, whoro I will bo glad to see
every person from tho county who
chances to visit Frankfort. I will be
glad to hear from O'ory one having offi
cial, uuslnes at tlio capital, i ours trniy,
J. D. Keiiok.
SnrrlTln(r a Severed Throat.
.w e Hclentlflo American.
In 1877 Louis O. Londonski was cross-
ins; tho.m.ountalnB'ln itomanln when his
party, was attaqked by robbers. AH had
'thnir tlironta cut. but Londenski had
'.piUXi'l. windpipo Bovered, his jugular
-.? 1. .! Vmliniriwiil A lin nltmavnJ
"signs ol ll'o he was hanged, yet tlio rope
did not strangle him, as ho still breathed
tlirounh, the aperture. After a time he
iWas .dweoverod and cut down, when he
was jreinoved to Vienna, when Professor
Bchraeuereliecieu wuat is almost a cure.
From Vienna ho travolwl around thr
, world, exhibiting himself at different
.medical colleges. He is at urtstmt in
Buffalo, N. Y and Dr. y. II. Warren,
' after a careful examination, describes his
mound, as follows:
An incision tvus mado across tho throat
from tho inner sido of both jugular
venwuchcxtonus to tnocarotm artery,
severing tho tracheae, pr bronchial tubes.
Through the oriflco can bo seo tho vocal
cdrds, Inryn, and diverging tubes.
at his pleasure, can show tho action
pi tho glottis in respiration something
neyor beforo hohold by surgeons in
a livjug subjoct."
Tlio Tribute, in describing tho caso,
states that ho breathes through a tube
three-eighths of an inch in diameter,
which curves downward. IIo lives mainly
on iquW food, being unnhlo to digest
groWrfood. IIo smokes considerably,
bftvlnft fceen advised to do so by Prof.
Schra'oder'f exhaling the Binoke through
tho hole in his neck, which is just below
tho Adamls.apple, and in which is a tubo
that the. clwea when he wants to upeuk.
The. slottl! through disuse, has almost
SL French Tronpo.
French Cor. Philadelphia Time.
It was eight o'cloek when i entered tho
houso' nnd already It was fall, and so too
wore a good many of thoineu. A platform
of four planks on trestle, with four oil lamps
that gave forth mora smoko than light,
formed tho stage. The foinole spectators
were seated on improvisod benches of planks
and boxes, which bent under their weight
Behind them were, with ono exception, tho
male spectators, some of thorn percbod ou tho
wlndo The only orchestra was the sea
wind that whistled through many on open
ipaco and tho breaking of the waves on tho
golden sand along the beach. Tho exception
l havo alluded to was tho Matre, who, by
of his official rank, had been given a seat
In tho front row among tho handsomest
ladIes.Tho port orraauco was composed of char-actor
dancing, acrobatic feats,
tricks, all flavored with a good deal of
horse-play and jokes so old that Bbem, Ham
and Japhot must havo resorted to tholr uso
to while a weary hour away when out In tho
Ark. To tho audience, however, all that tho
performers did had apparently tho flavor of
novolty. Tho marriod women and tho young
Rirls fairly shook from head to foot with
laughter. Many of them wero quit pretty,
with that yellow-brown hair such as Is only
to bo seen on tho coast of Normandy, and
thoeo downy, tanned cheeks that leaveatasto
of tho salt air ou your lips after you havo
kissed them. More than once did a wholo
row come to griof as a bench broke down
under tholr excited movements. Tho laugh
ter was contagious, and tho men flshormen,
flold laborers, stable boys and waiters, for
most part joined heartily In tho shrill shrieks
ot tho gcntlo sex.
Dio Lowls' Monthly.
If you prick a troo It keeps very still; no
cry and no wincing. But If you prick a dog,
It yelps nnd jumps. Thotioehas no nerves;
tho dog has nerves. This explains why the
troo keeps ho still, and why the dog makes so
A nerve Is a white thread running between
two dilforont parts of tho body. Its business
Is to carry messages. You pinch the end of
a dng's tall There are white threads running
from tho onds of a dog's tall to his brain.
'Tho messago sent over these Is tho following:
"To Hkaouqauteiis In Thk Skull:
"There Is an awful piiicbmg hero.
When the messago reaches the brain and
Is recorded and considered there, tho brain
!euds back tho following message:
"Jerk awuy from tho pinch quick.
The tall Is jerkod away and everything is
lovely again. It Is not the satuo white
thread which convoys tho pinching message
that brings back tho Jerking message. They
look alike, but thoy are not ullko. The one
that carries tho message from the end of the tall
to tho brain is callodanervoof fueling, and tho
white thread which brings back tho messago
from tho brain to tho tall, commanding It to
jerk, Is called a nerve of motion.
Stake) 'Km Itenpeet n Man.
What's this Dead Scott decision aboutr
queried Mrs. Wlgglesworth, looking up from
the paper. "Dread Scott not Dead Scott,"
corrected Mr. Wlgglesworth, with a man's
patronizing srallo of superiority. "Well,
Dread 8cott, then. Whutisltf Mr.
was stuck, but ho looked wise.
"Something to do with the Mexican war," ho
explained. "Gen. Scott, you know, was a
terrible lighter, and tho Greasers got to refer-big
to him as the Dread Scott. Sonio decision
or other ho made about a battlo is what the
papers mean." Mrs. Wlgglesworth, with a
satisfied air, folded tho paper hack and
turned to see If any now people hod been
bom, whllo Mr. Wlgglesworth winked to
himself at his having got out of it so smoothly.
"All a woman needs," ho montally remarked,
"is to have a thing explulned ono way or another.
Don't matter what you tell 'em, so
long as It's something. It's a' mighty sight
easier than having to answer a hundred questions.
Makes 'em respect a man, too"
San Francisco Chronicle
Floating breakwaters have been adopted In
England with good result, Tho breakwater,
or turnwater, consists of a Una of buoys of
triangular shape, with a sharp point towards
tho sea and two concave sides. Tho buoys
are moored indopwwlont of each other by an
anchor foro and aft and with a buoy's space
betweea them. They draw ten feet of water
and each wave as It meets thum Is cleft in
two and diverted right and left towards tlio
next buoy. Tho more violent the sea the
more elllclont tho action of tho buoys. It has
been demonstrated that it Is only the upper
ten or fifteen feet of water that needs to be
afl'ectvd, for all below Is calm.
An Alabama Wedding.
The brHal march was played by Will Cor-My
on an harmonica. The groom was attired
in a hickory stripe sliirt and copperas-colored
junta, and on his arm was goatly suspended
his bride, like a clear rib side of bacon
or bushel of moeJL
Thrown from a none,
Bjllt Laks, Dec, 26. At Mill Creek, Edward
Durch, fourteen years old, started on
horseback from a party at Mill Creek to
ride to this city for some whisky. An
hour afterward his dead body was round at
a bridge a few rods from where he started.
It is thought the horse stumbled at the
bridge aud the boy was thrown to the
ground with such forco as to kill him Instantly.
Death of m, Centenarian,
Dloouinoton, 111., Dec. 20. Mrs. Jessie
McQer died at Kappo, Woodford County,
aged 101 years. Sfie, was a native ot
Ohio, and daughter ot a, member ot Congress
of that State. In her younger days
she was a belle in society in the national
Capital. She died indigent and In want.
Tho Standard's View.
LoNDOif, Dec. 20. The Standard, commenting
upon the Panama Canal question,
says that England stands In the attitude of
defending the commercial world against
the ambition of ono iower for absolute aud
exclusive authority over the canal. '
A Sad Oat.
CntOAOO, Deo. 20. Nellie West, daughter
of a wealthy London banker, who was
rescued from a gamhlur at tho depot recently,
attempted suicide by taking laudanum,
aud hor condition is procarious.
Another of Haverly's Ventures.
Nkw Yoiik, Dec. 2a J. H. Ilaverly, who
recently bought out tho San Francisco
Mlustrels, of this city, will change the
name of the house to Ilaverly Comedy
Theater, and open it Decomber 31st, with
theAlmee French Ojora Company, "Billy"
Dtrch says it Is true that ho had to sell out
his share In the San Francisco Minstrels ou
account of losses iu Wall street.
Thk Governor of Cochin China, has telegraphed
that King Icup Ilea, of Aunam,
Is not, dead. - " A.
pi RAND HOLIDAY ATTRACTION
jauT oxxxi.A xar. o xr &m .
lairfs fflaiumutli liisfrefis !
TUESDAY-NEW YEAR'S DAY.
luaUUAND MATINEBand KVBNINU PERFORMANCE, with an entire change of pro
gramme and thirty artUU.
EIGHT GREAT KND 'MEN,
EIGHT BRILLIANT SPECIALISTS,
MX NELEUT SINGERS,
aWPerwins living In the country and adjoining town will have nn opportunity of coming
to see a GRAND MATINEKon New Year'-a Iter. arVoa'tmUa the GRAND STRKKT
l'ARADB that Ukos place Tuesday morning. Ilfeerved eata for night perfonnanoetobn
iiHii at narry Taylors news sianu. hatliuk ruiuim, anu ou cents.
I'HIUKS 25, GO, and 78 cents.
:nl every description at:
M?m JEX. mJLJ&J&mjLMmJLn .
RAIH1NH Loudon Layers, Layers, Loose Muscatel, Cabinet Iinperla. NDTH Almonds,
Filberts, Tocauv, UhostnnlN, Peanuts, Klgx, Dates, Currants, Citron, Orange anil Candled
Foreign and Domestic Fruits
of nil kinds and quality. Finest assoitment of
announces to tho publlo that sho has marked
her stock down to make room for
My stock couslsts of Illrds, Feathers, Hats,
Velvet, Ornaments and Notions or nil kinds.
Tho ladles aro Invited to call audsoe prloea.
No. 6, West Hecond UlreeL
Monuments, Tablota an Headstones al-
... a, tin. 1. 1 . HnUm hv mnll M.I11
the same prompt attention as If delivered In
GBAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cbr. 77ird and Button btretti,
mch301y MAX8V1LLK, XT.
p H. JUOD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Real EatalenadColleetlHs; Agency.
CourtBt,, (apiadly) MAYHVILLK. KY.
lrORHINON A KACKLEY,
Wholeeale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second ittrwfMmhHIy) MA YB VILLK.KT.
AWKNS A BARULEY,
Nos. 67 nnd 60 Second and 18 Hutloa streets,
have Just received a larife stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PUNTERS,
the creutost labor-Having Implement ever offered
to farmers. The bout tobacco noes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apU6
fi imuff; ;;
BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Work promptly and satisfactorily done.
Tcims reasonable. Front street, between
Market and Button. apUOdly
F ANE A WORRICH,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Flans and specifications furnished an reasonable
terms and all work satisfactorily and
promptly done. Office on Third street, be
iween wall and Button. spindly
I ACOB LINN.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread
and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished
on short notice.
85 Becond St.. raay3dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
M IHH LOU FOWLING,
Fall Hats, Millinery Goods. Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Millinery uoods generally.
Entire sullnfacilon Kuarantoed In all cases.
Becond, opposite Opera House, mayfly
pAUI. I. ANDERSON,
A 0.21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel,
Office Open at all JJoun. MA YB VXLLB, KT
DEW1TT V. FRANKLIN,
eVNext door to Bank of XIays'
rVfKfl. f. B. COLLI NS,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces aud
Millinery Notions. Frloeslow. Becoud street,
Mrs. Ueorge Burrows' old stand, apllOdly
VTcDOUOLE A nOLTON,
Wo offer our stock of ladles' wrong, con
hlstlnx in plain nud fur-lined circulars, silk
IMUIU JUUKUIM, MU1IUUUH, , paletots, Now Mar.
ueu ui reuueeu pncea n n close. Call aud set
n barRfllti. UULEAHOLTON.
Vir H.MATUEWCt A-CO..
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Building and Dressed Lumktr.
Laths, Hhlugles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Bash
Btavos. FendUK.Tobaooo Ifoenheads. Ao.
mcnaoiy JHAIBVJJUItlC, JTX.
T W.HPARUM HR.,
Jto.U, MARKET 8TRKXT.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
and Window H hades. Good Carpets at 80, M,
40, 45, GU, (X), 05, 70, 76. and 80 cU., $1.08 an I tlM
per yard, mchSldly
H.MINER A HRO,
Boots, Shoes, Leather
No. 1, Becond, onr. Button Htrerts.
mohSldly WAYBVILLK, KY.
DYEING anil GLEANING
In Bilk and Woolen Good. Drewx, Bhawls,
KlbUonaiii nil colors. Gentleiueii'a clothing
Cteuuei und Dytxl Front treet. In-low lllll
House. v-U JOHKI'JI RBKNNKlt, Dyer,
TWELVE flHILLEB MUHICIANfl,
TWELVE 1TONNY COMEBIAWH,
FIFTY FAMOUS FUNNY FUNSTERS.
common and choicest K1NKHT
Proprietor of the celebrated brands t Hold
the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard.
Best cigars Iu the market. Full variety ol
Beoond street, ally ' MAYBVILLE, KY
MARY E. THOMAM.
Millinery and Notions,
Announoes that she has Just received her
ran stock, which will be round very attractive
aud that she has also secured the
an accomplished trimmer from Cln.
clnnaU. One price only.
13 E. Beoond sU, aOdly MAYBVILLE, KY.
p EO. COX BON - I
Dealers In Staple and Fancy
mchSlly MAYBVILLE, KY
BURNISHING GeOBS and
Uats, Caps. Trunks and Valines. The latest
Market Bt,, aplSdly MAYBVILLE, KY.
T AM RECEIVING BAILT
the best brands of
which will be served In all styles. For rale
aUo by tbecau, hall-can or in bulk at reasonable
prices. T. J. NOL1N,
at Bierley's confectionery store, Beoond Bt.
Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings
Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days.
Call and see them.
mcnXUly No. 29, Satt Beoond Btreet.
PQNKW A ALLEN,
STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE,
mantels, etc Bole atcents for the celebrated
Omaha and Loader stoves. Hoofing and
promptly and satisfactorily done. Corner
of Market and Third .streets, A. It. Glascock's
old stand. apllOdlw
Or. XV. OEISIiiL,
Ne. ,W. Beeasd BL, Opp. Opera Hoase,
Fruits and Vegetablealn season. Your patronage
respectfully solleltwl. llidlr
M y, MARSH,
ATTORN ET AT LAW,
Justice of tbe Peaee,
REAL ESTATE end INSURANCE A6ENT.
Will ad vortlse and sell real estate. No charges
whatever unless a sale Is consummated.
Deeds, tnortcage Ac written at rates as low as
any one's. Oifloe Library Building, Button
Vy W. LYNCH,
Manufacturer of and Dealor In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' and children's One shoes a specialty
Custom work mado to order. Itepalrlnxnestly
and promptly done at moderate charges.
No. 41 Market steett. East side.
a4ly MAYBVILLE, KY
WALTHAM WATOH STORH.
Headquarters for Clocks, (Silver Uoods, Jewelry
etc All work promptly and satisfactorily
done. Beoond BC, East of Market. apl7
BOOT km SHOE STORE.
Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All
kinds at lowest urloee.
No. 47, Market stree , two doors below D. A
Illchardsou A Co.'s grocery.
aldAwly MAYBVILLE, KY.
TTUNT A BOYLE,
Kyery new shade In
Crushed Strawberry, Electric Illne, Egyptian
etc, and new Trimmings to match.
Becoud Bt., mohSlly MAYHVILLE, KY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate and CtolleetlBff AgrCBey.
Third street, uear Court house,
mylOly MAYBVILLE. KY.
BI8SET, MCLANAHAN & SHEA,
(Buccessora to Cooor A Illsset,.
Dealers In Htoves, Hauarea, Maralelaed
MaatrK.aud mauuraetHrera of Tla,
Capper art risent lr Ware,
Bneclal attention paid to tin roofllng. guttei
aud spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and
steam fitters. Wrought Iron aud lead pipes.
Ac. All work attended to promptly and
MK.'Wwdst,, stdlj WAYBVUIK, KY
MS AND SHEET-IRAN WORK.
Tim attention of the publlo Is called to the
fact that I am now prepared to uo all kinds
ol tin and sheet-Iron work at leanonnble
rates Also tinware on band at all times. .
THOS. It. rEIMUTHON,
2ldltn Hocond Hi., Aberdeen, O.
Volt riohexwn, '
Dealer In HUple aud fancy
has KRMOVKD from his old Bland to Hit
building; on Second street lately occupied by
Charles II. Frank. apl.ldly
Full line of Unrlal Robe and all articles required
by the undertaking trade. Orden
promptly attended to day or night.
ruSOly JVo. 01, Man jhcond Btreot,
Hecond street, uezt dooi to Dr. Martin's
aplSdly MAYHV1I.I.K KV.
yATtVttX A ALEXANDER,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES.
VehloloH of all klnd, kooi) stook and earefui
drivers. Ilorses kept by the day, or week 6a
reasonable terms. Hecond st betweea Market
Manufacturer aud originator of the cele
brated brands of
Bllver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap
Bmoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood and
old Blugs. Becoud Btreet, Maysvllle, Ky.
BACLTON A RR(
Livery and Sale Stable.
A full line of all kinds ol vehicles on hand
forsale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by
day, week or month. Largest aud beat appointed
Livery Btable in the weU Prices as
low as any. Ilest attention to vehicles stoied.
loiepuouo connection, no. 40 ana vt west
Becond Bt., apl7dly MAYBVILLE, KY.
VAII Oeodaaad Work WARRA VTEB.
ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE.
Life Assurance Society I
of the United Btatos, Issues all
forms of Policies. All profits belong
to policy holders exclusively.
Alter the third year ordinary aud
Policies aro non-for-reliable.
After the third year all
policies aro Indisputable.
HOE A LYON, Managers,
JOB. K. UHOOIUCK, Agent,
Dealer In ,
Spring nnd HsrBMs,
Iloposltory No. 18, Hultou street, Maysvllle.
Ky. Headquarters for DU.JACKBONrH lime-tried
DR. J ACKBONf) BLACK OIL cures mange,
cracked heel, wans, irreaay heel, pricked foot,
quitter, sand cracks, oornsete. Price 60 cents.
DR. JACKHON'B BLIBTERlNd OINTMENT
is an ezoellent remedy for enlargements,
spavin, ring-bone, capped hock, curb
splint, cramp or strain of the whirl boue.
Price 60 cents.
DR. JACKSON'S WHITE OIL' cures lung
fever, lnflamatlon ot the kidneys aud rheu.
ma tUm In man or horse, Price Co ceuls.
DR. JACKSON'S FOOT OIL. (sail eflectlve
remedy for obafes, sores or quarter-crack -in
horsea1 feet nnd mange and Itoe In eatlle and
horses. Price 60 cents.
snrBent to any audresoon receipt of price,
octlSdly THOMAS JACKSON,
SO.OOO FOR 2.
Regular Monthly Wrawrtair will
5 Til take place In the Masonic Hall, Mr.
ZZZ sonloTemplellnlldlng, Louisville, Ky
TMUB8DAY,Jan, 31, 1884
AlAWfnl Lottery and Fair ttrswlnn
chartered by the Legislature of Ky. and twice
declared If gal by the hi sliest court In tb
State. Bond Klven to Ileury couuty Iu tin
sum of $lOu,000,for tho prompt aymeut of al)
A Revalsttlon In NlugleNHtuber "
VKvery ticket holder his own aupervisor,
ean call out the uuinberou bis ticket aud se
the corresponding number on the tax; placed
In the wheel In his piexence. These drawing"
will occur on the last Thursday of every
month. Read the raagulaoeut
t Prise............... ..... .
i "rt so.. ......... ... i. lUfOUQ
1 Prise H..M..M.. .......... 6,00u
2 Prises, 12,600 each ....... 6,000
6 Prises. I.KO Cftcb.............,.. AOOO
9 Prists, 900 esch, Approx'n Prises..,, 700
0 Prise? aeo each, " 7to
U Prises, 100 each, " " 000
3) Prises, 600 each ................ lOfidl
100 PrlxeH, 100 each ... 10,000
960 Prises, 60 each 10,080
600 Prises, 3 each I0,re0
WOO Prices, 10 each........-.........M.. 10,000
1,867 Prises, . 1110,400
Whole Ticket. 9, Hair Tleheta, !.
S7TleheSa,9; ss Ttelieto SIM.
Remit money or bank draft In letter, or
send by express. DON'T BEND NY
until iurther notice. Orders of H and upward
by express, ean be seat at our own expense
Address all orden to J, J.BOUULA8,
epUdAwty LeulsvHle, Ky.
eares Ithenmatlsm, Neuralgia, Rheumatic
Goat, General Debility, Catarrh, and all
disorders caused by a thin and ImpoTerialied,
or corrupted, condition of the blood; expelling
the from the system, enriching
and renewing tho blood, and restoring Its
During a long period of nnparallolcd useful-nest,
Avkr's has proven Its
perfect adaptation to the cure of all diseases
originating In poor blood andawealconed vitality.
It Is a highly conoontrmtodextract of Sarsaparilla
and other roots,
combined with Iodide or Fotasalutn and
Iron, and Is the safest, molt reliable, and most
economical blood-purifier and blood-food that
can be used.
Inflammatory Ithenmatlsm Cured.
"AT En's SARaxraniLLA. has cured rae of the
Inflammatory Itheumattim, with which I -have
suffered for many years. W. 11. JlooitK."
Durham, la., March 2, 1882.
M Eight years ago I had an attack of Rheumatism
to severe that I could not move from tbe bed,
or drett, without help. I tried several remedies
without much U any relief, until 1 took Aveh's
SARSAFAnit.UA, by the une of two bottles of
which I was completely cured. I have not been
troubled with the ltheumatltm since. Have told
large quantities of your and it
still retains Its wonderful popularity. The many
notable cures it has effected in this vicinity convince
me that It is the belt blood medicine ever
offered to the public. K. F.HAitms."
ltlrer St., Iluckland, Mass., May 13, 1682.
" Last March T was so weak from general debility
that I oould not walk without help. Following
the advice of a friend, I commenced taking
Area's Paksaparilla, and before I had used
three bottles I felt as well as I ever did in my life.
I have been at work now for two months, and
think your Sabsapauilla the greatest blooa
medicine In the world. James Maynauii."
620 West 43d St., New York, duly 10, 1882.
ATEa'S SABSArAMLLA. cures Scrofula and
all ScrofoloDS Complaints, Erysipelas,
Ringworm, Blotches, Sores, Rolls,
Tumors, and Eruptions of the Skin. It clears
the blood of all Impurities, aids digestion, stlmu.
UUi the action of the bowelt, and thus restores
vitality and strengthens the wholo system.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; price 91, six bottles, f S.
85 S, Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
ArenUrrradaite. 5The01lrt 8iec1nltt
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prfet method and pur medicine inture uriKDT
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la that a phytlclan who
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sreKt skill, and phrlclansthrouit)iout the
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known good remedy is used. Itate'a
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treated. Call or write. 11 num. from l to 4 1
to Handars. lO to la. UUiUR xo llEiLTlt
eiNT Faxe. Address aa above.
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