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MONDAY EVE., AUGUST 27, 1883. ROSSER & MoCARTHY, Publishers aud Proprietors, To Whom Addhkss All Communications TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. Mary Downing Lost Hatchel. Miss A. Harrison Select school. Found Spectacles. Marry Taylor Rurgaln. Charles White House torrent. Just look around and you will see Stagnation ut an ontl, And should you feel the city's pulso You'll And sIio'h on the mend. And you may take your noto book out And safely Jot It down, From this time on we're going to have A very healthy town. Thk Ohio will pass down to-night between eight and nino o'clock. o Dam: ground lawns, yard wide, worth 12Jc, per yard, for 5c, at Hunt& Doyle's. The friends of Sirs. Garret Sullivan wilt be gratified to learn that she is convalescing from a recent surgical operation. An extra delicious watermelon is the " Cuban Green," sold by John "Wheeler, of Market street. It is home-grown and, of course, holds the whip over all imported melons. Mn. G. S. Juno, the enterprising real estate agent, on Saturday sold two lots in East Maysvillo, belonging to J. II. Do Bruin, of Columbus, Ohio, to Mr. John O'Donnell, for $050 cash. Mb. A. B. Gkexvood has received from Messrs. Homer Frederick and Paddy Brown, who are now at Maiden, "NV. Va., an order for a "swinette." Mr. G. intends to lasso one and send it by express. The game of base ball at Chester Park, Saturday afternoon, between the club and a picked nino of this city, was witnessed by a large crowd. The score was to twenty-five in favor of the former club. The street cars on Saturday and Sunday carried something over four thousand passengers. They were so much crowded at times that it was necessary to refuse fares. This is the way Maysville patron izes all useful enterprises. Mas. Edward Glenn, of Ironton, who has been ill for soveral months, died at twenty minutes after two o'clock at the residence of Mr. John Murphy, of this city. The funeral will take place Wednesday morning from St. Patrick's Church. The camp fire by Joseph Ileisor Army Post, at Chester, Saturday, attracted about twelve hundred persons, who greatly enjoyed the hospitalities of the soldier boys. By special request it will be repeated this evening and everybody in the city is invited to bo present. The following notice of the excellence of the productions of a Maysvillo manufactory is from the Eastern Kentucky News : Mr. E. A. Robinson, of the Arm of Chllds, Robinson & Co., Jobbing manufacturers of cigars, No. 43 Market street, Maysville, Ky., presented us with as tlno a ton cent cigar na we ever Hinoked, while here Tuesday soliciting orders. . . The charge of shooting and wounding Thomas Wheeler, colored, against Deputy Marshal Browning, came up in the Mayor's court on Saturday, and was dismissed, on account of Wheelor's disappearance from the city. Wheeler, wo learn, is a bad character and there are several old charges against him in the Mayor's court. Miss A. IIamuson, who is announced to open a select school in tho chapel of the Christian Church, on Monday next, Septembor 3rd. is in tho city and can be found at tho residence' of Mrs. James Johnson, on Third street. Miss Harrison is a superior and accomplished teacher and all who have children to send to 'school would do well to call and consult her at once. Strawro Accident. On Friday afternoon, Mr. William Howard, of the Shannon neirhborhood, was hauling rock from tho creek to tho Sardis turnpike, with a largo wagon. A colored boy twelve years old foil under tho wheels, and tho wagon, with its load of tix thousand pounds, rassed over tho bov's legs. Strango to say, tho boy was not injured and was out again tho next day. Mi:. Vance, manager of tho United States Electric Light Company, is expected heio to-day. Ho will meot with our citizens nt tho County Clerk's oflico to-night nnd will address them on tho subject of electricity. There aro about forty moro shares of stock needed to perfect tho organization of tho Maysvillo Company, and these ought to bo mado up immediately. Mr. Saloman has been very industrious in tho interest of this enterpriso and cortainly merits success. Bracken Association. Millershuro, Ky., Aug. 24. Last night Dr. W. M. Pratt, of Lexington, preached an able Bermon, and was followed by C. H. Parrish. a colored student of the Normal and Theological Institute of Louisville, in an admirable Bpeoch, making an appeal to tho whito brethren to help them in their efforts to educate tho colored ministry. This morning was devoted to a discussion of tho missionary work of tho Bracken Association. 'This body has-been an active and efficient body in this work, and large amounts of money have been subscribed, and faithful men have preached and organized churches and thereby done much to elevate tho moral and christian character of the people within the bounds of its work. After the consideration of this a report on the Louisville Baptist Orphans' Home, was read by llev. J. S. Felix, of Augusta, and after a fine speech sotting forth its claims by llvy. .1. R. Kirtley. of Versailles, a contribution of $U:.55 was made. After dinner, most bountiful! v served at the Baptist Church, and in tho various homes, the association again met and entered upon tho discussion of the Sunday-S' liool work. This discussion was exceedingly intercstimr. partaken in by Mr. James A. Chunpell, of C.irlih, Rev. W. P. Harvev, Secretary of tho State Board, Mr. R. S. Henderson, of Lexington, Dr. George V.irden, of Paris. Schools and colleges were then discussed by Dr. S. M. Dudley, and Prof. J. S. Reecher, of Georgetown. An effort will no maile to raise an endowment of 5100,000 for Georgetown College. At night the Mibjeet of Foreign Missions was taken up and discussed vurv ably by Revs. J. M. WelW, of Mt. Sterling, J. A. French, of Paris, J. M. Bent, of Miltersburg, and J. S. Felix, of Augusta. SATURDAY MORN1NO. Much time was again devoted to the mission work in Bracken Association. Revs. M. M. Riley, of Mavslick, J. K. Nunnelly, of Sbarpsburg, J! M. Bent, of Millersburg, J. X. Barbee, of Mt. Olivet, J. C. Porter, of Cynthiana, Dr. A. C. Caperton, of Louisville, and Mr. II. S. Henderson, of Lexington, taking prominent parts in the discussion. It was determined to raiso SI, 500 during the coming year for this work. The committee appointed last year to prepare a design for a square for a quilt for the Louisville Orphans' Homo reported that Mrs. A. R. Glascock had pre pared and forwarded tho square, composed of dark satin design upon which was beautifully embroidered a spray of Holly overspread with a scroll of old gold and scarlet, with the words " Feed my Lambs." The square was pronounced" very beautiful by several who had seen it. and a vote of thanks was given to Mrs. Glascock for her beautiful work. This quilt has produced for the home S4.000. The subject of temperanco brought several strong speeches but tho bod v took no action except to adopt a report urging tho churches to take a decided stand on this question, which is growing in importance and absorbing more and more of public attention. Homo missions, that is missions confined to the Southern States and to the Indians in Indian Territory and to the Chinese in California, dieted much discussion and a determination on the part of l he association to exert itself more in their behalf. Atter complimentary resolutions of thanks to the kind people of Millersburg for their hospitality and to the K. C. R. for its liberality in the reduction of rates for persons attending, and some miscellaneous closing business, the association adjourned on Saturday afternoon to meet with the church in Maysyille, on Thursday before the fourth Sunday in August, 1SS4. This meeting was eminentlv harmonious and profitable, and the attendance was large during the whole time. Perfect good order prevailed and the pleasure of attendance was enhanced bv the delightful music furnished bv the choir. " Q. N. B. Rev. K.. B. Garrett was elected Corresponding Secretary and W. II. Fritts, of Carlisle, Treasurer. L'EltSUSALs! Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Robertson are summering nt Deer Park, Md. Mr. Green R. Kellar, editor of the Carlisle Mercury, is in the city to-day. Miss Lizzie Sauer, of Cynthiana, Ky., is visiting her uncles Messrs. Fred and Louis Schatzmann. Miss Emma Shafer lias returned home after a pleasant visit in Floming county, accompanied by Miss Bessio Morrison. Miss Jessio Faulkner, of Marshall's Station, who has been visiting friends in East Maysvillo for soveral days, returned homo to-day. Mr. William Fitzgerald, of Limestone street, who has been health seeking in tho pure atmosphere of Washington, has returned home much benefitted. Mrs. J. J. Thompson and little son, Johnnie, of Fern Leaf, and Miss Willio Burgoyne, of Washington, left on the early train this morning for Louisville to visit friends and tho Exposition. Reader, invest part of your earnings in real estate. No safer investment can bo made. Building lots in Chester can bo bought for from $75 to $150 each, on tho following terms: $25 cash down, and tho balance in monthly payments to suit tho purchaser. For further particulars apply to M. F. Marsh, Sutton St. The best medical authorities acknowledge the great value of Ayer's Cathartic Pills, and frequently prescribe their use with tho utmost confidence, well knowing that thoy aro tho most effectual remedy over devised for diseases caused by dorangomonts of tho stomach, liver and bowels. OITY ITEMS. Advertisements inserted under this heading 10c per line for each insertion. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Mariile Beauties are not colored. Mamile Beauties are not flavored. Smoke Marblo Beauties, for sale by Geo. T. Wood. a!4d2w Mosquito bars ready-made and made to older at Hunt & Dovlo's. Ladies' and children's Jerseys, all colors and sizes, at Hunt & Doyle's. Wall Paper Received at Morrison cc Kackloy's to-day. A large and attractive line for the fall trade at greatly reduced prices. Call and see them. A Bargain. The work of Charle3 Dickens, quarto, three volumes, green and gold bindinv, cheap. Call on or address Harry Taylor, Tlookst Her, No. 2.1 Market nt ieet. Do you wish a beautiful complexion? Then use Ayer's Sarsapatilla. It cleanses and purifies the bluod, and thereby removes blotches and pimples from the skin, making it smooth and e'ear, and giving it a bright and healthy appearance. ... -- O i. Men's aud boys' canvas button and front lace shoes, cheap. Misses fide lace, 75 cents. L idies opera slippers, SI. Men's sewed calf bals and congress gaiters, London toe, SI. (30, and a large stock of boots and shoes at prices to suit any one. Call and investigate at augldif C. S. Miner & Bito's. There are several reasons why the Equitable life takes the lead of all others doing business in the United States. One reason is the promptness with which losses are paid, the society not taking the usual sixty to ninety liws time This is the rule and not an exception. Below is a sample. Any person dttniug life insurance would do well 'o apply to Jos. F. Brodriek, Agent. May.vilK Ky : N'KW Y' I'K, .I'llV 31. Ss,'!. Mr. T. li. Penton. wj' Aiii'titl'dir .Sic-Accent nurthuiiUs tor tne n mil iclili which the Equitable Lite vsu mice has paid to the estate wi bout rchuie, tne anion it of Insurance upon ihellle n' 1 Keeltendorfer, lite of this city. S'li, Oi lninie dlaiely on piesontuilon of Hiepo Id- . G. A. hNeeu or William Stuai'.ss. Kxeen or. MAnttir.n. At (Jronictown, Ohio, AugiM 23. bs:j. Ml s CARRIE WILSON to Mr. SIWNLEY ELLIS. At Tranquility, O., on the Hth Inst, at the hotncot the bride, Miss IDA 11. MILLER to Mr. U. H. TIIOMas, ot Mason c unity. In this city, August 2i, nt the residence ol Rev. J. li Ulorleux, Mis, LYUIA WILLI A MS to M.. A. H. 1'ERltY. liolh of Aboideen. Ceremony by Father Uory. Thecoieinony was performed by Rev. Mar-tin, agisted by Rev. Renwlck, l'i a pleasant anil pleasing manner. The bride woie blue siitln and cream lace. Tho weddln was a very quiet allalr. The billowing the number : Judve Hunter and wile, of Maysville, Mr. l K. Wood and wl'e, Muon county, Mise Hnitieand Minnie Warwick, .Mllleistinru', Ky , W. W. Foster, wife and son Edda, Mr. David Kerr, wile and little tlattgh ter, Fannie, Mr. Sam. Miller and wife, .Mr J. W. Willi inisou aud wile, Mrs R. M.Foster, Misses Nettie, T.lliie and Mamie Foster, .M. Oscar hoster, Mr. Many G. O'Couner, Rev. Renwlck and wile, Dr. Unston ami wile, Mi. Alfred Hlalr n lit wile, 'Squire Gaston and wile, Mr. T. W. Wusmiii mid wile, .Misses Ada. Ella and Anna Smith, Mr. C. T. McCrelght, Mr. Oscar Wusson. Dr. J W. Wltlmyer, Misses Marry and Sallle McCi eight, Rr.ciia. Witunyer, Sirs. U. J. McCielght. After thevotigt initiations and hearty good wishes ot till, the la hie aud groom lelt for their home in Kentucky. W.A.1TTS. WASTED To sell the agency in this city tor the Cincinnati and Louisville daily papers. A rare chance to niuko a good Income. Reason for selling desire to change business. For terms apply to CHARLES WALK. "Ifr'AVrUD A Munition as cleric in a TT stoie. Rest of icleiences ulven. Ad- di ess " Ad vei liber," care Uullktin olllce. a'Jldlw To rent afarm to raise tobacco, WANTED or will raise tobacco on shines. The best of releience ulven. PERRY GRAYHILL, n'JOd&wSw Minerva, Ky. ATfAXTED Customers for gilt edsied but- ter. To bo delivered in .Maysville In llvo pound lots or more evei.v Satuiday. Leave ordeis nt tho Uullktin olllce. a'JJdlw W. T. MERRY. North Fork. Ky. A lew day boardeia and WANTED aiso furnish families with meals. Meals furnished to transient custom, MRS. A. E. PERRIE. al7iKtw2w Corner Third and Sutton. FOR RENT. T ."MIK lti;.N"l' A comioitable trame dwell-1 J? lug on Third street, opposite Neptune Hall. Will rent at StO a inontii for 8 months. J7il.lt C. H. VH1TE. Ki:XT House toaoodcoloied tenant. 170K to WALTER HLVTTERMAN. i;H lir.NT Tho dwelling house formerly JL; occupied by Dr. Adunison. Tho house Is in co'npleto repair with water and gas through the building. Apply to alldtf JAMES WHITE. VOH SAI.n: Ready made mosquito bars, IOlt at J. W. Sl'ARICS & HRO.'.S., uS&l'Jw No. L'l Marhet street. OK SAl.i: 1,000 unlaundrled shirts 1.1 en bosoms and culls. Reinforced fronts, reduced Ironi 75o to 0c each. Guaranteed to bo tho best shirt over ottered In this tnailtut tor 5Ue. J. W. Sl'ARICS & IJRO., n2ad'Jw No. !.M Marltet street. ltlli:, During tho presont week to every buyer of one dollar's worth or over of qneousware, etc.. I will present a street car tl lcet. My stock is largo, fresh and every depatiueut full. 1'tlces low. G. A. MCOARTHEY, a!5tf 21 Sutton Street. It NAM'. A good Dotnostlo sewing ma- chine. Inquire of J. J. McCurthoy, ol the Mt. Carmel 'bus for price. n'.IItf 17 OK NAI,i:-A large line of Ulcyclo Shirts j; at prices ranging trom J1.25 to 2.23. Call and examine- them. NESniTTA MoKRELL. nl3d2w Ko.go, Sutton slieet. I70K SAIiE Vacant lots ou Flemlntr jillco. 1 Apply to ulSdlm U.S. JUDD. LOMT. LONT On Wednesday, aui;uhi i&tn, on the way to the moi uIiir train, a black leather Imndkercbier BUchel co talnlni? gloves and a child's necklace, bracelet!, Ac, lor which liberal rewind will be paid If left ut this omco, or Mr. Howe'rf toll ante. aZ7dwlt MARY DOWNING. LOST On last Saturday night, a Uulldlng Association book. The Under will be rewarded by leaving It at a'JOdlw THIS OFFICE. Saturday lust between the Central LOST Hotel and the residence of Mrs. Olvens. on West Third stieet, a pluk cimeo il t. I he Under will please return it to this olllce nnd beiewarded. ti'dtl. FOUXI. 1OU.sd A pair ot steel Uamed spectacles. Apply at THIS OFFICE. A r ADAM HALL, the meat French aMiolo 1t Klst anil planet leader, can be euisimed nt Iter rooms nt the 1 1111 House, corner ol Front and Sutton fro.n 0 a. m to 0 p. m. ( 'onsiiitntion U.H forgentleniai. ii anl lor lllill.. n m.ti. M ..I II..1 II .. .. iiuiivti'i rimi tl ill III! Jlilli v'Hlll.s - i .ei: oniineiuled and gu.uantees s.iti.slaetlon. iiuiiodlw ""MEAT ST0BG7 RC. KIRK has opened h dully meat kut on Market street, next door to H. H. Lcivel's, and will l;ie,)iill kituWni tieh meat at e prices ond will deliver It In any partol thecity. Call aud ve inc. aUdCtn R. C. KIRK. MUSIC CLASS. MISSLYDE I1KRRY will open, abMi' the lotn ot September, a niiislc class, t t,er mother's lesldenee. leroiis wMilm; on the piano should iipplv to her for terms. tr.Mdtt LYDE HriRKY. ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL I'dll VOl'Xli LADIES. "riss a. HVRRISON. Tempoiary looms i.j. over cnapei oi me iiiristian llillicll. Mi.,-ns Momliiy, sepi.it. iss:i. Ternis :m' M"umI tim per year (payable quarterly In ad-1 vanco). Fml and 60e. tier i ter. A liter ry club will be loiined to meet! winier eveninas. nivate classes in Lltera tuieand altilnid Wills' World Worm Candy. i. i 'MIE Rest remedy known for woims. Pm L up In a ile lclous stick of c .lids, i hll ten lnveionikelt. No crying or soldi m: or clink-lug r punishing. It your child Is l etiul or net'vo i ,nr lias any s mptouis o' wiiins tr this leinedv. It N periecily liaimless. All driiugNtskep t UKo. I. WOOD, til lui Wholesale Agent, .Ma vllle. Ky. pobTs A lb! Tiro-Mart BHICK JIou.se, Conml I ! seven looms In the city ot d lysvili,.. SVillsiU'lieapaiiit ipim tenns ' to suit pm chaser. Call on or inldiess ' S. E. MITiIIELL, M.D, sh Ky. Carriages and Buggies FOR SALE. account of our dissolution, otter tor Ov tine lot oi new Ihiirmps of out own m. ike. We iil.so have lor sale a mt of Maroucliesiind Hugirles. Welnvlie pd sous who need auvihlng lu our line to call anil examine our stock. fUliUtwJni WILSON A WETERICH. DiSSOLUTlON NOTICE. N'OTICE is heieby ulven, that tho firm nl .VIIEA I'LEY A CO. h..s thlsday iieen by mutual consent, T. W. wlthdiawlm;. The tlim name In lie limn u will be J. H. ROUEItS & CO., who will as. sume all the liabilities, and collect all debt due the old tlrni. T. W, WIIEATLEY JAMES H.ROGERS. August 1st, lisSi, iiugSdlm LEGAL NOTICE. AirM. W. HRINEY.of this county, hnvlug made a deed of assignment to the undersigned for the benefit of all his ciedltors, I hey will please prove and tile their demands with the assignee as soon as practicable. aMdlm O. S. JUDD. Asslaiiee. Chance to Make Money. PATENT RIGHT FOR SALE. The right to I ollin Mason and Flenilngcountlesa new labor-saving article that is used In every household and sells on sinlit. Will be disposed of on rcasouable terms. Theiluht kind ot an agent can make money rapidly. Apply at JyaiiKtwtf THIS OFFICE. EstaTolislied. 1SS5. EQUITY GROCERY. Gr. W. GEISEL, No. (),W. .Second St., Opp. Opera IIoiimo, Fi ults and Veuetableslu season. Your respectfully solicited. fNdlv && LYON&MEALY fh ' a i AZtifM Stato & Monroe Dts.,Chlcago.va. tl ' Wtllint prenyl .' lrl' e!r y vyP BAND CATALOUUE, ' ,m - jm I (W ui Miiuui(iii i v -( eum , romt'oui. l.ia'Ji . i xi' SSjJT I StinJi. Drum Mnfrt Si iff, ail 'lUu. fiintrv IU I O'lttiti. I rnlrin? ,Miterlilsa''fr' ,r ' 1" t '' t'on m J i JJl Im for Amiifiif iuai. auJ cUi;i.Lt v(CMv tUna Mutic feblSd&wly A, R, GLASCOCK k CO I) Is tho best plnco to get bnigalns In DEY G-O ODS. BLA Centennial Wheat. r HAVE fifty bushels of this celebrated JL wheat on hand which I will sell at the rates: one peel? for $2 60, one bushel forS'J 00, llvo bushels at 68 00 per bushel, ton bushels nt i" 50 per bushel, twenty bushels ut $7 00 per bushel, or the whole lot of fifty at SO 60 per bushel. This Is an Australian wheat and Its yield in enstorn Virginia and Maryland has been from fifty to seventy bushels per acre. Orders left with Richardson & Russoll, corner nt Market and Third streets, Maysville, or with the undersigned, will bo tilled. Send in your orders nt once. C. J. HALL, al"d&wtf Maysville, Ky, SIMMONS' Medicated Well-water. A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of tho Kidneys. HAS been used with most urntlfyln: In many obstinate cases. Prof, F. W.Clarii.pii'fessoi of ChemMiy nt tho University oi dt. chimin sii.v s this water "belongs to the same class with that ol the AlleiMiauy Springs, ol Viiglniii," the medicinal vlituos ol which areti.o well Known to be Muled heie. Those who delie to try Mil famous water are referied t Captain C. W, lioyd. Levanua Ohio; Captain (.. M. Ilollowny ( inelunatl, Oi lo; .r. J. Rulpe, Cincinnati. Ohio. For sale In hall Panels ntnl Jims hy Gt. slMMoNs, Proprietor, tnZkiiVwtt Alk'ldeeu, uhlo. T. Lowry, :D. ik F ML Tons. imt'iiMv:ire. Cigars. ?.aKsvrt5 Tobeeo.s. Xolions. Highest cash loi oao'iy piodure. Jyio.tl i Fourtn and Plum HERMANN LANCE 2TJ -s 7t - hU' s 5' A' ' AVmj. A "--" i ml Hi iMcj &&3fea&m m r?: rv ,v rik v t r - - v fiiMiilH nnd IV orli WAItHATYTEI). Number Vi, Second stieet. three dooi's below Market stieet. Mny.ville, Ky. aplindly im w mmw a . 14,508 Hoses old in a year by OJN' E DrueciHt of M SH31 Cm jv. Act Directly on tlic L.ivcr. Cl'llKs ClIII.I.S IVI) 1 K Kit, DVst'rl'sr.t, Sn-K II i incur., n i.: s Oiit , TtllV, HllKVM ITIS.. PlLKS. Ol T1IK ItlHIlT, X IZINL1S, TlHlI'lD I.IVEU, Cihtkii Ion H'E, BlkkI'LUsness, and ALL. DiEkSKsiiK Tin: Lin i.a ami stomach Ir yuii dr nut ' fee: very well " a Mmrie nlll ot st.i'u.ites the stomacl. i tlie ui)i tite ,i ip.iris vL'or n'liesvsteii R.E. SELLERS & CO,, Ptostagh, Pa. AYER'S Ague Cure contains on antidote for all inalarial dis. order which, so tar as known, Is neU ".u no other reiacl. It contain no Quinine, nor any mineral nor deleterious whatever, and consequently produces no Injurious effect upon tho coititutlon. but leaves the system a healthy as It was bofuio the attack. WE WARRANT AYER'S AGUE CORE to cure every c:ie of Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fevtr, Dumb Ague, llllioiis Fever, and Liver Complaint caued by malaria. In ease of failure, after due trial, dealers are authorized, by our circular dated July 1st, Ism', to refund tho money. Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. SCROFULA and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Eryalpelas, IX'zuma, Hlotclies, Ringworm, Tumor, ItolU, aud Eruption of the Skin, .ire tho direct result of au impure state of the blood. To euro these diseases tho blood must be purified, and restored to a healthy and natural condition. Avku's Saksapaiulla hag for over forty years been recognized by eminent medical authorities us tho most powerful blood purltler In existence. It frees the system from all foul humors, enriches and strengthens tho blood, removes all traces of mercurial treatment, mid proves Itself 11 complete master of all scrofulous diseases. A Recent Cure of Scrofulous Sores. "Some mouths ago I was troubled with scrofulous sores (ulcers) on my legs. 'I he limbs were badly swollen ami inflamed, and the sores discharged largo quantities of offensive matter. Every remedy I tried tailed, until 1 used Avim's SA!is,WAiiiu,.,of which I have now taken three bottles, with the result that tho sores aie healed, nii'l. my general health grertly luuiioved. 1 feel verv guileful forthe goed your med.citie has dona me. i "iim respectfully. Mits ANNO'llitiAS," 14s Sullivan St., New York, June 21, Is:!. Ciy AH persons Interested nre Invited to rail on Mrs. : also upon the Rev. . 1. Wilds of 7S Hast filth .street, New York City, who will lube pleasure In testifying to the wonderful ellleaey of Ayer's not only In (be cure of this lady, Put lu his own nine, ami many others -within his knowledge, The well-known writer on the Unston Herald, It. W. Hall, of HochesUr, A". ..writes, Juno 7, 1SS2: " Having suffered severely for some years with Eczema, and having failed to tlnd relief from other remedies, 1 have made use, during tho past three mouths, of Aviin'o SahsaI'AUILI.a. which has elK'Cted a complete cure. I consider It a magnificent leuiedy lor all bloud diseases." Ayer's Sarsaparilla stimulates and regulates the action of tho digestive and assimilative organs, renews aud strengthens tho vital forces, nnd speedily cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Rout, Cuturrli, General Debility, ami all diseases arising from an Impoverished or corrupted condl. tlon of the blood, aud a weakened vitality.1 It is Incomparably tho cheapest blood medicine, on account of Its concentrated strength, aud great power over disease c VIICIMRED BY Dp. J. C. Ayor &. Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by alt Di ugglstsj price SI, sis bottles for S3. J J. McCAKTIIKY, Licensed Auctioneer a for Mason and adjoining counties. left nt the Uullktin otllco will receive, prompt attention. 1 O. uddiess Mt. Carmel.