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FRIDirgEyENIG,A!TJGgSTip;l3. ROSSER & MoCABTHY, Publishers aud Proprietors, To Whom Addukas All Communications. TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. H. N. Snlscr, Petty A Co. Business for sale. Windhorst & Blum Merchant Tuiolrs. Found Pockot Hook. Lost Black satchel. Ayor A Co. Aguo Cure. Wm The folks who wont to soo tho show Their souls with pleasure brimming, Were tnkon nil nback when called To show their skill la swimming. And as they hadn't bathing suits, Gum overcoats aud hats, They looked for all tho world Just like A lot of drowned out rats. Indiana watermelons lmvo uppeared in our market. Tliey aro of good quality. Home-grown nutmegs, tho first of the B.enson, woro brought to town this week by tho neighboring gardeners. ii " Castli: FrrzaciiAM) " has at tho present time porno eight or nine- guests. There is but one white man among them. A lakgi: crowd of peoplo from the surrounding country came to town Thursday to see O'Brien's Circus and Menagerie. There's no need of saying any more. Tho only thing left for us to do now, is to sit down and wait patiently for the " coming of events. 'r Wall Taper Received at Morrison & Kackley's to-day. A large and attractive lino for tho fall trade at greatly reduced prices. Call and see them. The Kentucky Planing Mill has lately contracted to furnish tho material for several now houses in this neighborhood. The work of this establishment is famed for its excellence. At Lexington, Wednesday, tho 8th inst., "Win. Collins was run over by a train of cars on tho K. 0. It. R. Oue of his legs was so badly injured that amputation was resorted to. It is believed that ho will recover. If you can get bargains anywhoroin Maysvillo to-day you can obtain them of John Lovol, Market street, as ho is in a decidedly generous mood on account of tho arrival at his house yesterday of one of tho finest girl babies that has arrived in Maysvillo for some time past. Aver's Sarsaparilla is designed for those who need a medicine to purify their blood, build them up, increaso their appetite, and rejuvenate their whole system. No other preparation so well meets this want. It touches the oxact spot. Its record of forty years is one of constant triumph over disease. Mrs. Sam. Littlejohn, of East who has been very ill for several weeks past, died at tho residence of her husband this morning. Sho was a sister of Prof. B. F. Williams, and a most estimable lady, whoso death will bo mourned by a largo circle of friends. Notico of tho funeral will bo mado to-morrow. The sad intelligence was received in Maysvillo this morning, of tho sudden death at Mt. Ollvot yesterday, of Mrs. Walter M. Chandler, a sister of Prof. B. F. Williams, of this city. Mrs. Chandler .was in Maysvillo on Sunday at tho of her sister, Mrs. Sam Littlejohn, and was apparently in tho enjoyment of perfect health. The street cars were shipped from tho manufactory in New York on tho 3rd inst, and bills of lading have beon received for them hero. Ordinarily such freight should arrivo in from seven to twelvo days. ' They may therefore bo expected at any minuto. Tho track has been cleared oft' and everything is now in readiness for their reception. Tho delay in thoir arrival has been vory annoying, but it has been out of tho power of tho company to have it otherwise. There has, of cQurse, been a considerable loss to tho owners of tho road, by tho delay, but w6 aro satisfied a generous public will, by thoir patronago of tho road, speedily mako it up. m PERSONALS. Miss Lutie Stanton returned to Frankfort r this morning. ' Mr. Georgo Owens, of Louisvillo, Ky., i3 visiting Mrs. Keith Berry. Miss Virginia Hunt, of Millersburg, is tho guest of Miss Anna Lynch. Mr. S. 0. Boullomot, of Now Orleans, is visiting Mr. Will F. Hall, of tho East End. Misses Colia Kelly and Ida Smith, of Covingtpn, aro visiting Mrs. Agher Boyco, of East Maysvillo. , Misses Maria and Minnio Boyd and Miss Suo Winter, of Minorva, aro visiting tho family of Mr. Hubbard, of Third street. Vl: t'lMlt mm mmim RuoaLEs' Camp, Aug. 9, 1883. was occupied by cottagers moving in, unpacking and stowing away goods, and arranging for the twelve days stay in tho woods. A large numbor moved in from Mt. Carmol, Tollsboro, Maysvillo, and various points in tho country. From Maysyille we now have Mrs. Hutcliins, sen., Mrs. Charles Mrs. Martin and. daughter, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. I. M. Lane, Mr. William Davidson and wife. It began to ruin about two o'clock p. in., and continued until four. Part of tho timb wo had wind, lightning, thunder and hail. It rained furiously, and prevented any afternoon service At S p. m. there was a brief ry discourse by Rev. II, C. No'thcutt, to a moderate congregation. R.dn hau begun to full again bet'oro service Prospects are good for a very profitable meeting. Thore aro but few ministers present as yet. We look for an accession tomorrow. These great rains which have so retarded bur operations, have been an immenso benefit to the farmers, for which we join them in ddvout gratitude to the great Giver. But rain or shine, wo expect a very large crowd here on Sunday, the 12th inst. Parks TIii.i, Camp Ground?, Aug. 10. The great crowds of Tuesday and Wednesday had departed ; but there was a goodly number present on yesterday morning at tho beginning of tho ser vices. The Love roast was well attended, and was led by Rev.J. 0. C. Newton. It was an occasion of interest, and, we believe, of profit. The children's meeting at elov.en o'clock was addressed bv Rev. V. F. Tay. Text: Judges 8th and Oth. This is an interesting feature of the meetings held on these grounds. At tho close Dr. Poynter notified tho children that the would talk to them at five o'clock to day on wax-chewing. About ono hundred children were present at the meeting on yesterday. At 11:15 o'clock. Dr. Hanner preached from 1st Corinthians 3rd chapter, 5th 9th veise. The proacher dwelt especially on tho ninth verso : " For wo are laborers together with God ; yo are God's hu bandry ; ye aro God's building." He said we aro God's farm. We are" his co workers. He is the owner and supervisor. Human work without God is a failure. Weak men are strong with God. The kingdom of Heaven is God's building. Ho is tho architect and wo are his day laborers. A church that waits for God to do all the work, will be a failure. So if a man will not work with God, ho is lost. It is not God's fault that empires are on their way to held ; it is the fault of human instrum'ontulity that all men have not the gospel. Uwmg to most welcome and timely rain, causing a clatter on the roof of tho auditorium, there were no afternoon services. Tho Woman's Missionary Society hold a meeting in tho ovening. Mia. True-heart read an address to tho meeting, and sho and Mrs. Doctor Povnter addressed the meeting. Thov liohl another meeting this morning to elect officers. At night Rev. John Reeves preached Acts 5 ; 33 : " And wo aro his witnesses of 4he.se things and so, also, is tho Holy Ghost, whom God hath given to thorn who obey him." The discourso is spoken well of as a plain and truthful statement of the doctrino contained in tho text. R. Ruooles' Camp, Aug. 9. 1883. At 2:30 p. in. yesterday, representatives of five different families left Maysvillo for this place. Tho stages- were loaded with people, household goods and provisions. It began raining before wo got out of tho corporation, and continued all the way, except tho last mile, when it let up. At Rectorvillo and vicinity tho rain was abundant starting the streams to flush running and all tho way, and at tho camp tho ruin had beon excellent. It is greatly appreciated. We found the hotel all ready for guests, under Maft Tollo's management. Onlv a few cottages aro yet occupied, but wo look for a large accession beforo noon to-day. Our first service will bo at 3 p. m. to-day. O'Uricu's flrcus and Menagerie. O'Brien's' circus and menagerie has come and gone, and, notwithstanding Undo Dan Rico's assertion to tho contrary' last Saturday night during tho performance of Nathans circus here, tho men connected with it have proved themselves to' bo anything except 'thieves and cut-throats." Undo Dan in his speech last Saturday night, was very bitter in his statements concerning O'Brien and tho men connected with his circus and menagerie, characterizing them as a "set of cut-throats and criminals." They proved themsolvi s, however, to bo as sober, ordorly nnd a sot of circus-men as ever camo to town. Three or four drunken nnd disorderly persons wore arrested, but they were citizen; of the town or county. As far as tho circus performance is concerned, O'Brien's equaled any that has beon given hero for years. A largo crowd was in attendance at tho evening per formance, notwithstanding tho rainstorm of tho aftomoon. Wo feel perfectly safe in tho statement, too, that overy ono camo away last night perfectly satisfied with tho evening's Deputy Marshal Dawson, arrested a drunkon and disorderly negro named Green on tho circus grounds about dusk Thursday ovening, who didn't want to bo taken to tho station houso nt all. Calling iu two or three assistants, Dawson had tho belligerent colored citizen carried to tho mayor's office and dumped behind tho hnrs in tho "cooler." THURSDAY'S RAIX ST011M. No Damage to Property, but tho arc Trcnled to a Free Bath. This city and surrounding country was visited Thursday afternoon by a regular rain storm. All forenoon tho sky was overcast with dark clouds. About half-past two o'clock tho rain began to fall in torrents. In about five minutes' timo the gutters and streets in places weio overflowing. Tho rain lasted 2 about ten minutes longer, and when it did "let up" everything had received a thorough drenching. O'Brien's Circus and Menagerie had pitched its tents on tho lot on west Second street, in tho forenoon, aud at the timo the rain began to fall the two large tents were crowded with peoplo who had gone to witness tho performance. In a short time tho water began pouring through the canvass Tho people took up an idea that tho tent was about to, full and a rush was mado for the outside. It was like "jumping out of tho frying pan into the fire," so far as an escape from tho water was concerned. Those only who had been wise enough to takoumbrclias with them, escaped a thorough drenching. The houses in tho neighborhood were soon filled with the " unfortunates," Not half of them, however, could bo sheltered. When the residences and stores near at hand, had accommodated all they could, tho rest had to "stand and take it," or olso wend their way up town throunh the falling torrents, and a ?orry plight, indeed, most of them presented. The ladies looked as though they had beon "dipped" in the "beautiful Ohio," or so.no oilier stream of wator. and the initio of tho crowd were completely soaked from the " crown of thoir heads to tho soles of their feet." Some of the female portion of j tho crowd undoubtedly presented the closest fitting costumes that had been seen on our streets for many a day, but we venture to S'iy they were not at all comfortable. When the rain ceael . fall, the water was mo e than a foot in depth on the greater portion of tin unmnd covered by the tents of tin circus and Tho performaiie" lor tho nf or-noon was, of course, ended. O'P.i ten's men went to work ttivne liately to prepare the grounds for tho evening perform ance. No damage wa done their tents I and no accidents to life or limb ha- ... . . . . . i peneu during tno rush made t'r tl o streets by the crowd. The rain will undoubtedly do great good to Mie growing crops, and. no doubt, every one, except the are glad that it foil. The Home Uunhliiui. Mr. II. Baumgartpn, of Cincinnati. O., is in town organising a division of the Homo Guardian. The plan of this society is the same that has been so successfully operated in London 1S2S. There aro no assessments, no lodge dues and no regalia or paraphernalia required to carry on the order. A member can insure for from SoOO to $3,000. Besides, by a small quarterly deposit, secure weokly benefits, in' case of sickness, of from S3 to $25. Tho plan should bo examined by those desiring to connect themselves with an organization that for safety and security, has no superior. There are upwards of thirty divisions of tho order in Kentucky. HO UN. In this city, August 0, l8iJ3, at 4 o'clock p.m. tothqwlfeof .r. John Loyol, a 11 ne daughter ItKTAlL 3IAUKET. Corrected dally by G. W. Gkisel, grocer. 8o:oud street, Maysvllle, Ky. FLOUR. Limestone 3 7 00 Maysvllle Family 6 ii Old Gold 7 00 Mason County y v!5 Keutuaky Mills G 00 Mauolln, new 5 75 llutter.'tf tt 15.120 Lard3 5 Vty. Eggs, 1 doz 'l Mealtl pock ttj Chickens 152o Molasses, fancy 7U Coal Oil, W gal 20 Sugar, granulated tt lb , 10 ' A.Stb :. 18 " yellow lb 8iit Comb Honey 15 Strained Honey y Hams, sugar cured tb iu Bacon, breakfast W it' 15 Hominy, gallon 5 ,Keans gallon -In Potatoes peck, new .. 15 Unflee 12&15 DEERING CAMP MEETING. Tho trains will run as follows during tho Camp Meeting, at half faro rates : IjYO KIuyNV'oUao a.iu, 0:!M) a.m. IsOO l.m ArrCamp 7:30 a. m. 10:10 a.m. 2,-10 i, in Rotamlng, people can leave Camp Grounds nt 7:20 p. m., or 0:15 p. m., permitting them to attend both afternoon aud evening services and return homo tho samo ovenlug. Rev. T DuWltt Talmago will preach Tuesday and Wednesday, August 7th and 8th. AXXOUXOEJIEXT.S. Tor Councilman. Maysvillk, K.Y., August 0, 1S83. At tho urgont request ol my many friends to become a caudldato for councilman Horn tho First Ward, I have at last consented to hiako tho race on Monday, August liith, fo83. And don't you forgot It. it, R. Frost. Chance to Make Money. PATENT RIGHT FOR SALE. Tho right to boll In Mason nnd Fleming couutlesn now labor-saving artlolo that Is used in overy housohold and sells on sight. Will be disposed of on reasonable terms. The right kind of nn ngout enn mako money rapidly. Ap' ply at JySld&wtf THIS OFFICE. STAGE LIHiK. HnyHVllle uiul Jit. C'nrmcl. Dally Hue Leaves Mt. Carmel at 6 n. m arrives at Maysvllle nt 0:;iOa. m., und returns at 2:30 p. in. Leave order at W. A. P. Second Bt. J. J. McCAHTHElT. MnyHvIlIo uiul Ilurtouvllle. Trl-weekly line Tuesday, Thursday and Snturdm. Leave liurtonvllleat 9 a. m. He-turning, leaves Masvlllent 12:30 p. in. Orders should beleft at Vuncey A Alexander's livery "table. s. k. POLL1TT. MujHVlIle and Mt. Olivet. Arrives at 10 a. m. Leaves at p. in. Leave orders at Yancey a Alexander' llveiy stable. It. II. POLLITT, Prop'r. STEAMBOATS. VmicelHiri;, Koine, 4'itneitril. ler uiul .tla.vHVlllo Dally I'ucket. II.1N l V BltUCK Ukuden, dipt. TTrTk n . Leves Vaucoburg dally ai . oeiocu a.m. for Mnysvllle. Leaves MiivkvIIIo 1 -:ii i n in. Conuect.s at Manchester with stago lor West Union. Mir frelghtor imsxiiupapulvon board. Cincinnati, tit numi . Ponieray Packet Company. JOHN KYLK. President. Lewis Ulunjc, Secretary and Treasurer. '. anil O. It. H. I'ACKKTS For !liiiitliif on,lonicroy ,11ml all way i.n ml I ;;. T.i':Jt!':JJAIMI' bond's and Thursdays 5 p. in. LICHTWOOD, Tuesdays and Friday., 5 p. in. Pnitsmnutli.iill Mall and Way Landings. BON ANZA, Tue.sdnys.Thursdnys Wat'ys, 12 in. .,,n?v.1IleiAn -Mall and Way Landlnus. MOKNINU MAIL, dally (Sundays excepted) Leave Cincinnati 1:30 a. in. Maysvillo, I p. in. 1 Ti-55- 1 I'lemni icceived on wharf- J boat. CM. HOLLO WAY. sjitpeilntendent. NOTICE THROUGH TO PAHKERSHURG, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays steamers llostomt, Fleetwood ami TlKraili. THROUGH TO PITTSBURG, Every leuulnr weekly packet TIlrtLrt linn., .. sicaiupr 11 l ... 01110 t ..I ll.ll imY Nonage "oi t e Public "low' a Z?lK" su HOLLOWAY, .Superintendent W-ITTS. buv a residence of Jive or M six rooms. Apply at J.3ldtl THIS OFFICE. men to woik on the MayMlck and Flatfork Turnpike rosd, for widen the highest pi lees will be paid. A only immediately to j. it. si.nuAs, J2o.tlUt Mayliek.Ky. FOtt K4H.H. Ifn S.VI.K Three slant horn bulls, xeady tor business. App v i" j'.MNVlt M. D. OWENS, Ky. h. use situaled oil Pioi tel street, In Cli ei, .ilo one va cant cor er lot on outh side 01 theturm Ike. Price low, terms easy. a7il2i uuLluA a- McDONALD, Agents. iJioK N.ll.t: Two huge seal let poiuegraU' ; ate trees. Applv to augltf MRS. r.LlZA McCLAXAHAN. ,ii)K .-s.vi.i: A brick residence 1 on Wall street, between Second aud third tor pnjtlemars apnlv to .1KSSAMLTKLPEARCE. "TTioil bicycle, M Inch win el, JL? new. w'ortli SIS. Call at J Udtf THb OFFICE. HCWM Foat it Kara. IlKXT Two desliable oilck houses. 1 Contains live 100ms nnd kitchen, water, outbuildings complete, and convenient yaid. Cloe to business portion ol the city. Jy2(J.I'Jw GEO. T. WOOD. I.OWT. lllack sachel supposed to have been rOST j taken from tho steamer .Morning Mall last Tuesday, Please return It to alOdlt THIS OFFICE. Saturday last betweou the Central LOST and the resilience of Mrs. Glvens, on West Thlul street, a pink cameo rl l'. The tinder will please return It to this ofllce aud be rewarded. a7dtt. LOST Hotweon my store and Wall street, a bunch ol keys. Pious return to me. nug7dlt F. H,TRAXEL. FOUND. book, Thursday 011 Third . street, between Court nnd Market. The ownercm have same by calllug ut thl.s of. flee and paying lor this advertisement. nlO AN ORDINANCE To Prohibit Street Walking. Jle It ordained 6.1 the Hoard of Councllmen of the City of Maysvllle, That It shall be unlawful for any piostltute, white or black, known as "street walkers' or nny woman notorl ously known as a whoie, to htaud, lounge upon, or walk tho public streets ntter the hourofejght o'clock p in., and It shall bo the duty of tho City Marshal and his deputies, or any police ofllcor, in Mild city, to arrest any and all such as may appear upon the public streets after said hour, and conrtne them In the station house ot said city, nnd If upon n trial beforo tho Mayor It appears that the parties so 111 rested and confined are prostitutes nnd notorious whores and that they have violated this oidlnance they shall bu lined tho sum of not less than one or more than ten dollar for each and every offense. Adopted In Council August 2, ISS3. .1. P. PHISTER, President. Attest : HARRY TAYLOR, City Cleru. AN ORDINANCE Ordering a Special Election. lie it ordained by the Hoard of Vounctmen of the City of Maysvllle, That 11 11 elect lou bo held,ln tho First Waul ol tho City of Maysvllle, for thopurposoof electing a member of Council, to rill tho unoxplieu term of L. Ed. Penrce, who has resigned as n member of that body. That an efectiou bo held In tho Second Waid of tho Uty of Maysvillo tor tho pur poso of electing a member of Council to till thouuexplied term 01 M. U. Huichlns, who has resigned as a member of that body. That tho election bo held between tho hours of 8 a. ;m. aud 0 p. 111. on Monday, the 13th lust., and tho following persons appointed ns Inspectors of said election, who snail mako duo return thereof according to law, aud the following places are designated as the polls for said election. V FIllST WAHD. Outten's shop W. II. Campboll, C. W. McClauahnii, J. D. Ilridges, Inspectors. SECOND WA1SD. Wellington Hall James Rauklns, C. B. Hill, W. U. Hlxson, Inspectors. Adopted In Council, August 2, 18S3. J. P. PHISTER, Piosldout. Attests HARRy TAYLOR, City Clork. J. BIcCAKTlIKY, Licensed Auctioneer J a for Mason nnd udjolulng couutles. Orders left nt the Bullvtin otllco will recelvo prompt utteutlou. P. O. address Mt. Carmel. Established Business FOR SALE! 'lillE partnership ot the" firm of 8ULSER. 1 PKTKV & CO., Cigar manufacturers, of Ma.vsvllle, Ky., will expire by limitation 011 November 1st, 18). The machinery, office inrnlture, copyrights, slock and good will of the business are olleicd lor sale. For years the firm has enjoyed the confidence ot the trade and have now booked an exceptionally line lino ofcustOnieisthioughout the country 011 their numerous aud very popular brands of goods. This Is a most excellent opportunity tor nny one desiring to engaue In the maiiufartuie of clears, 10 step into an old established business, fully equipped with all machinery and appliances tor a In rue and profitable business. Term can be made for n lease for a tei m of yeais on the factory buildings. For particulars call on or address SULbEB, PETItY A CO., nOdlm . Maysvllle, Ky. FARM FOE SALE. oiler at nubile sale on Wiliisity LAVILL Aiigiisi 22ml, it privately befoie that time, my taun ot nitiet -six acies three aud one-hull miles lroiii Mu.Hvllle, on the Gerinantowu turnpike. The place has on It a pomlortablo dwelling, good oinclc barn, Ice house, truest pool in the count v which covers two and onu.hal! acies, Is IS leet deep and Is well-stocked with ilsh. Tills hum Is all In grass except eighteen acres and there Is not an acre ot thenact that will not crow tolwcco. iild&wtd W.K.WELLS. FOR SAX.B. Two -St or i Ji LUCK House, Containing seven or eight looms. In the city of Maysvllle. Will sell'eheapand upouteiins to suit puichaser. Call on or address S. E. MITCHELL, M. D a2dtf Wharpsburg, Ky. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. VOTirE Is hereby irlven, that the firm of i tt'HKA I'LEY A CO. hiisthlsday been dissolved by mutual consent, T. W. Wheatiey withdrawing. The 111 in name In the future will be .1. H. ROGERS CO., who will all the liabilities, and collect nil debts due the old linn. T. v. WHEATLEY, JAMES 11. ROGERS. August 1st, augSdlni Dissolution Notice. rpilE linn of WILSON' & D1ETERICH was J. dissolved by mutual consent on the first day ot August 18S3. All persons In debt to said firm are lequested 10 come forwaid and settle. The busliuss will be couducted ut the old staud by F. Dietrich A sous JOHN. H. WILSON, FllEU DIETRICH. In retiilng lioni the Arm of Wilson A I tike this means of returning my thauks to the public lor their past favoi.s nnd le.iuesta conMnuanceof thesamefor the new Ann. 'nihil w JOHN II. WILSON. AYER'S Ague Cure contains an antidote for nil malarial disorders which, so far as known, is used In no other reined. It contains no Quinine, nor nny mineral nor deleterious substance whatever, and consequently produces no Injurious effect upon the constitution, but leaves the system as healthy as It was beforo tho attack. WE WARRANT ATER'S AGUE CURE to cure every case of Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Itlllous Fever, nnd Liver Complaint caused by malaria. In case of failure, after duo trial, dealers aro authorized, by our circular dated July 1st, 182, to refund tho money. Dp. J.C. Aycp&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Rev. Father Wilds' EXPERIENCE. Tho Itov. Z. V. "Wilds, well-known city missionary In Now York, nnd brother of tho Into eminent Judgo Wilds, of tho Massachusetts Supreme Court, writes as follows: "7rt E. mt!i St.. yew York. May 10, 18S2. Messus. J, C.feYKii Jc Co., Gentlemen : Last whiter I was troubled with a most uncomfortable Itching humor affecting more especially my limbs, which Itched so Intolerably at night, and burned so intensely, that 1 could scarcely bear any clothing over them. I was also a sutreror from a sovoro catarrh and catarrhal cough ; my appetite was poor, and my system ngood denl run down. Knowing tho value of Ayeu's by observation of many other cases, and from personal use In former years, I began taking it for tho above-named disorders. My appetite improved almost from the tlrst dose. Alter a short time the fovorand Itching were allayed, and all signs of Irritation of the skin disappeared. My catarrh nnd cough were also cured by the same means, nnd my general health greatly Improved, until It Is now oxcollent. I feel a hundred per cent stronger, nnd 1 attribute these results to the uso of tho SausaI'AUII.la, which I recommend with all coiitldeuce as the best blorid medlcliio ever devised. I took It In small doses three times a day, and usod, in nil, less thnn two bottles. I plnco theso facts at your servtco, hoping their publication may do good. Yours respectfully, Z. P. Wilps." The abovo Instanco Is but 0110 of the many constantly coming to our notice, which prove the perfect adaptability of Avnn's SAns.uwmLLA to tho cure of all dlsoases arising from Impuroor Impoverished blood, nnd n wcakoned vitality. Ayer's SarsapariEia cleanses, onrlches, nnd strengthens tho blood, stimulates tho action of the stomach and bowels, and thereby enables tho system to resist and overcome tho attacks of all Scrcfxdout Diseases, Eriij)' lions of the Skin, Rheumatism, Catarrh, General Milllty, nnd all dlsordors resulting from poor or corrupted blood and a low stato of the system. riuu'AiiUD n Dr. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; prlco 1, six bottles for S3. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS Best Purgative Medicine euro Coustlpatlon, Indigestion, Headache, aud nil Bilious Disorders. Sold ovorywhoro. Always reliable. LEGAL NOTICE. poisons Indebted to tho Into Arm of Hounn A gilft will pleuso call nt our law otllco on Court street nnd mako prompt payment or wo will bo compelled to proceed to collectsamo bylaw. SALLEEASALLEE, J12dAwlm Attorneys.