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.-,. ? - THE DAILY BULLETIN. "WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 28, 1883. 7,601. Thoabovo nnmbor represents tho circular Hon, oach week of the DAILY nnd Wkkklv IIui.l,ktin. Advertisers nre Invited to call and nssuro thomsolvos ol tho truth ot the stalotnont, and they nre requested to bear In intuit that our raies for Advertising are tin lowest. An Iowa pn per suggests Grant nnd Lincoln as tho Presidential candidates. Instuctioxs have been called to the American fleet in Asiatic waters for the protection ot American interests in the event of war between Franco and China. Gov. Hamilton, of Illinois, while he favors a western man for President in 1884, says that if tho candidate must como from tho cast, ho prefers Arthur to anybody else. m m Goveknor Ivnott has pardoned David Adkins, of Whitley county, a lifo prisoner in tho penitentiary, nnd D. 0. Green, of Bell county, under sentenco of three three years for bigamy. Both cases were deserving of clemency. President Arthur's Cabinet is described by a writer in tho Troy Times: Brewster is tho most punctilious member, Frelinghuyscn tho most aristocratic, Lincoln tho quietest, Grcsham tho ablest, Folgcr tho most judicial, Chandler and Teller tho two wiio keep track of tilings generally nnd tho hardest workers. m Ex-Senator Spencer, under tho escort of two United States Marshals, has arrived in Washington, and seemingly Courts imprisonment for his alleged contempt in failing to respond to n subpoena in tho cases. Ho Bays, if sent to jail, ho will Bend to Congress a petition, tho developments in which will stnrtlo tho country. A man walks threo miles an hour. A horse trots sevon. Steamboats run eighteen. Sailing vessels mako ten. Slow rivers flow four. Rapid rivers flow seven. Storms move thirty-six. Hurricanes eighty. A rifle ball one thousand miles n minuto. Sound, eleven hundred nnd forty-three. Light, one hundred nnd ninety thousand. Electricity, two hundred and eighty thousand. The annual report of tho Chief of the Lifo saving Service shows that nt tho end of tho Inst fiscal year the number of life-saving stations was 191 ; number of disasters., to vessels in tho flold of life-saving operations during year, 300; of 3,-702 persons on board theso vessels only fifteen perished, and of more than $7,000-000 worth of property in theso ships and their cargoes only $1,500,000 wus lost. Successful Treatment of Cholera. Our Consul at Port Louis, Mauritius, transmits to tho State Department an account of successful treatment of cholera in that vicinity by Mr. T. Edward Fyers. " It shows tliat Mr. Fyers, although not n physician, saved by tho following simple treatment 149 out of 150 who were attacked by the disense. On tho firat appearance of an attack, or us soon ns possible afterward, there was administered nn emetic of 30 grains of ipecacuanha and two grains of tartar emetic. After tho emetic had acted copious doses of warm water were given to clear the stomnch. In case either vomiting or purging continued, the usual doses of diluted sulphuric acid were suro to stop it." The patient, Mr. Fyers recommends, should not bo allowed to eat anything until tho tone of tho stomach has been restored. Current Sittings. It is thought that tho earliest patont in tho United States was granted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Samuel Winslow, who had invented a method of manufacturing salt. "Nono are to mako this article," said the patent, "except in a mnnner different from his, provided lie set up his works within a year." Tho net of putting n lend pencil to the tonuuo to wot it just before writing, which is habitual with many peoplo, is one of tho oddities for which it is hard to give any reason unless it began in the days when pencils were poorer than now, and was continued by example to tho next generation. A lead pencil should never be wet. It burdens the lead and ruins tho pencil. This fact is known to newspaper men nnd stenographers. Personal Itcninrks. It takes Wilkio Collins' six months to write n story. Ho grinds out nine pages a day and then stops. Ail Slab, n Celestial laundrvmnn in Lafayotto, Ind., has been ostracized by his people. Ho married n Hoosior girl. Dr. Jackson, a civil surgeon, while tiger hunting in India, fell in witli n hornet's nest. Erysipelas set in from his two bites and ho died in great agony. 'Roscoo Conkling," remarked tho Hon, Hamilton Spencer, a prominent lawyer of Uloomingion, m., mo other day, "rend lnw in my ofllco in Utica, N. Y. Tho firm was composed of my father, tho lato Joshua Spencer, Francis Kor-nan, ox-United States Senator from New York, nnd myself. Conkling entered our ofllco in 1840, nnd was quite n young boy, but lnrgo and tall for his age. He wus rather n good-natured, red-faced, wholesome-looking sort of a follow, possessing n very flno specimen of physical manhood, whilo thoro wns everything else about tho young student to indicate good health anil contentment with tho world. Although quick to learn nnd possessing tho finest talents, young Conkling wns not regarded ns being what is called a very close student, but still his mind was capablo of grasping eagerly tho principles of tho law, and his eloquence nt tho bar won for him many important sultfl." CAPr. HENRY'S STATEMENT. Ho Denies tho Charges Against Him, nnd Says His Enemies Want Ills Office. Courier-Journal. Mt. Sterling, Nov. 20 A special in Sunday's Courier-Journal concerning tho doings and bad conduct of Capt. Thomas J. Henry, Clerk of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, created considerable sensation in this city, from the fact that he has principally made this his home for some time, being in partnership with his brother in this county in running a farm and dealing in stock. Ho has boon horo for several days, and to-day your correspondent showed him tho" dis patch which charged him with drunk enness and selling out his ofllco to his ucuucb. xiu uiiiiuiuiuniiy uumus mu wholo charge, and denounces it as a cock-and-bull story gotten up by somo of his enemies in ma absence lor tho purpose of forcing him out that thoy may net in. Ho says that ho intends to hold thootllroof Clerk until his term expires. seven years hence, nnd that the affaire of Ins olilco uro conducted in a satisfactory manner to all concerned. Ho left for Frankfort this evening to confront his accusers. COIjLEUE notes. WEOLEYAN COLLEGE, MILLERSnURQ. Tho college is tho property of the Kentucky Annual Conference of the southern Methodist Uliurch. Tho conference is taking nctivo stops to increase tho endowment Fund, nnd wo are glad to know that tho friends of tho collego aro responding liberally. Tho Board of Education is composed of somo of tho best men of the State, including bankers, lawyers, ministers and farmere. The reading room is supplied with all the leading magazines, ond wo are glad to sccthat tho students nre making good use of their spare time. A very flno surveyor's transit hns been purchased this fall for uso in tho surveying and engineering class. Examinations are held four times a year. Tho first begins November 20th. Sinco it has grown too cold for base ball tho boys engage in foot ball, and n jolly tinio they have ot it. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. The first meeting of tho Young Men's Christian Association, of tho University, met last Sunday evening for tho first time. Tho membership is as yet veiy small and many difficulties will have to bo met nnd ovorcomo beforo the association reaches many of the students. Tho annual celebration of Garfield's birthday took placo in tho University Chanel last Monday night. It wus given tiy tho Philothean Literary Society, and the largo audience present seemed highly entertained by the exercises. Mr. Yancey, of Louisville, tho Alumnus speaker, was not present, being unavoidably detained. Wono of tho thirteen men who sat down to dinner in New York city on November 13, 1883, to defy superstition, in tho year following, and thoy dined together again Wednesday night at the Knickerbocker Cottugo, in front of each plato burned a black candle, on tho left hand wus u gruvestono bearing tho wine list, and upon tho right hund a cotfin with tho dinner list on it. Gliiss Fnctory llurneil. PniLADELriiu, Pa., Nov. 27. Late Monday afternoon tho glass factory of It. D. A'ood & Co., at Malaga, N. J., on tho West Jersey Itailroad, twenty mitos from 'aimlen, was completely destroyed by flro. .'he llro originated in tho engine-room of lie factory, speedily communicating to hu cutting department, and in loss than nn lour, tho premises wero in ruins. Loss km stock and property estimated at $25,-W; partly Insured. Hold Attempt to Hob a Bank. Dks Moines, Iowa, Nov. 27. Two sneak thieves made a bold attempt to rob the Merchants National Bank Monday afternoon. While ono man engaged tho paying toller tho other entered a rear door, crept to tho currency table, mado a grab and fled. Tho cashier gave cliaso and nearly overhauled him, when tho thief throw away tho money and escaped whilo his pursuer was socurlng tho scattered currency, amounting to nearly $1,000. Reward fur Train llobben. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 27. A private dispatch from Kansas City says that Wells, Kargo Express Company and tho Central Pacific Itailroad Company havo offered a reward of $2,500 for each or cither, or $10,000 for the wholo party that robbed tho passenger train near Doming, Friday. It is said John Prlco, tho notorious Moxlcan desperado, was chief of tho gang. Wrestling Mutch. New York, Nov. 27. In a collar and elbow wrestling match at J. J. Flynn's resort, In tho Bowery, P. J. Iting of Staten Island, throw "Joe" Ryan' The match lasted but ono fall, as Ryan refusod to go on again after tho heavy fall he had got Slugging Postponed. New York, Nov. 27. "Qus." Lambert and William McClelland were to have met In a heavy weight glovo encounter Monday night, but the olfair was postponed on account of want of patronage, AliEHDhEN ITEMS. Miss Nora Illcks. of Chester, is vIMtlng Miss Caroline Mutscnolknaus. Mint Lucy Tullcy hns returned tohorhome atMt.Oirtnel, altera pleasant visit to this placo, much to tho regret of several ndmlien. Several Indies from this place will attend the Tlioinpbou.lloyd uuptfals at Levanna Thursday. Itov. Lindsay, of West Union, will prench third and lourlh Huutlny of every month nt wiu uupiiHiuuurcn. MIhh Carrie Jones has purchased n vary haudsomonow ortfun. -Miss Hlet, of Mlnervn, has been visiting the family or A. T. Iloawell. Mrs. McUIannhan, of East Mnysvllte, visited Mis. John Mutschelltnaus one day last week. There wns n lnrao attendance at tho funeral of Mr. Frank Miller, yesterday. Mr. and M s. Hobort lliookovor will entertain a mimborol Irlends to-morrow eveulug at Ave o'clock. Miss Mngglo ltcldlo Is visiting frlonds In Clnclnnutl. Tun anti-hog sentiment, wo aro gratified to see, is gathering strength overy day, and thoro is overy probability that it will bo strong enough to carry the election in January. Let the cry be, "Tho hog must go." BARGAINS WJm On SATURDAY, OBMBER 1st, we will place on our counters a line of Satin lined DRESS OVERCOATS, especially made up for the Holidays. These garments will be worth your while to examine, even it you do not wish to buy. They are simply perfect. The prices will rule low. Very Respectfully, K4tw HECHINGER BROS. & CO. At No. 3, JEnterlne Block. Having bougot tho samplos of threo largo eastern houses nt a su indent discount to enable mo to sell them at tho now York cost at retail. They consist of DOLMANS, Coats, Cloaks, Rubber Overcoats Rubber Gossamers, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear. I have tho largest and CHEAPEST variety oeen uispinycu m uaysviuo. can and examine mem. n2idtdec7 3L. H.. O J.DAUGIIERTT, No. 8, West Second Street. 2YEJVEIBLE 1TAJEID. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always on hand. Orders by mall will receive the sarao prompt attention as if delivered in person. aplSdly 11 P. KIFF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. Teims reasonable. Front street, between Market and Sutton. apUOdly tjIHS LOU l'OWLINO, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Don nets, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases. Second, opposite Opera House. inaylly TJDNT4 DOYLE, Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Bine, Egyptian etc., and new Trimmings to match. HocondBt,, mchStly MAYUVILLE, KY. M F, MARSH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jnntlce of the Pence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whatever unless a Mile Is consummated. Deeds, mortgage fco. written at rates as low as any one's. Otiioe Library Building, Sutton street, ItTUN. A. J. WILLIAMS. Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold CHEAP for the next thirty days, Call and see them. mchSOly No. 29, Bait Second Street. KM. BCAKY E. TIIOMAH. M Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just received her fall stock, which will bo round very attractive and that she has also secured the services of an accomplished trlmmor from Cincinnati. One price only. 18 E. Second si, a9dly MAYBVILLK, KY. DACLTON A IJHO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of all kinds ot vehicles on hand rorsalo, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Stable In the west. Prices as low as any. Best attention to vehicles stored. Teiepnoue connection. o. w ana n west ueoonuttu, apivuiy iiAxaviuuta, h.x. AUL . ANDERSON, DENTIST, fflR Jfo. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Office Open at alt Hours. MAYBVILLK, KT mnyl8ly.d. DEWITT C. FRANKLIN, mm mr Noxt door to Bank or Mays, vllle. d "T)K.T. II. ft. NHITJU, 012177X87. Will devote his wholo time to the preservation or tho natural teeth. Dr. O. w. Wardlo will takechargool all the mechanical work, such as gold, ullver.conllnuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates. mchSldly YANCEY A ALEXANDER, OLD RELIABLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES, Vehicles ot all kinds, good stock und earefu) drivers. Horsen kept by the day, or wook or reasonable terms. Heoond st., between Market and Llmestoue. DRESS OVERCOATS CIRCULARS o( tho above named articles that have ever RTAY8VILLE DYE IIOONE. DYEING and CLEANING In Silk and Woolon Goods, Dresses, Shawls, Itlbbonsln nil colors. Gentlomon's clothing Cleaned and Dyed Front street, below Hill House. s21 JOSEPH HDENNEIt, Dyer, r AMMON, 'photographer, Second street, next door to Dr. Martin's spindly MAYSV1LLE.KY. TOIIN T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents tho London and Liverpool and Globe, German American, or New York, and Phonlx, or Brooklyn. Also agent for Jllue Lick Water. Office corner of Front and But. ton streets. apl!7dly r W.OALUUA1TII, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rent Estate nud Collecting- AKcarjr. Third street, near Court honse, mylOly MAYBV1LLE, KY. pKOIlOK II.HEINER, sDealor in: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. mayWdly SECOND BTIIEET. Q A, MEANS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full line of Burial Robes and all articles required by the undertaking trade. Orders promptly attended to day or night. jiiJOly Jfo. 61, Bait Second Street, M DODULE A IIOLTON, Have Just received from the manufacturers a full lino or seasonable goods for the rail and winter trade. Joans, Flannells, Illankets, Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, Paletots and Jerseys. Call In and sea them und gel prices. TIT " MATIIEWM A CO., Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcnaJly ' MAYSVILLE, JCT. C It. OLDHAM, " PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer, Gas and Steam. fitter. Dealer in plumber's goods, Pumps, Haw, Hewer Pipes. Lead and Iron Piping, Steam and Water Gauges. No. 8 west Secoud street, opposite Gelsel's grocery, opl7dly MAYBVILLE, KY. ZtEO. COXA HON, Dealers In Staple aud Fancy GrOOIDS, SECOND STREET. mcUSUy MAYBVILLE, KY. ORT. We will not be undersold by any house Id Kentucky or at Clncluuatl, If wo have halts chance. raoh31dly MAY8VJLLB, KY. nRANU DEVINE, Manufacturer of Proprietor of the celebrated brands) Hold tho Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Rest cigars In the marksU Full variety ol smokers' articles. Second street, ally MAYBVILLE, KY W w. LYNCH, Manufacturer of and Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flue shoes a sneolaltv Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly mm irumiviy uuuum uiiHiuruiaouHrKea, No. II Murkolsteett, East side, ally MAYBVILLE, KY HURT. Manufacturer and originator of the eel brated brands of Silver liollar. Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Bmoke, Threo Beauties, Cordwood and old Slug. Heoond Street, Maysvllle, Ky. k It. ROGERS, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. U S. See. St. mcbsOly MA YBV1LLB, KY, A. Q. BROWNING, M. ., PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON. Office and rcsldeuoo south-east corner ot Third and Button streets. Will give special attention to diseases; peculiar to females. aplHdly MAYBVILLE. A riNOU A CO., in GEAIN, FLOUE and HEMP. Cor. Third and Button Street, mcU301y' MAYBV1LLS, KY. A HOHAN'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Largo stock. AH kinds at lowest prloes. No. 17, Market streo ,two doors below D. A. Richardson A Co.'s grocery. aldAwly MAYBVILLE, KY. -I 8. JVDD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate and Coll cMbx Agency. Court St., (apl2dly) MAYBVILLE. KY. a OLT RICIIESON, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GROOEEIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charles H.Frank. uplSdly T r. RYAN. Gold, Sliver and Nickel ELEOTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stamp Work done on short no. lice at Maysvllle Repairing Works, No. 8, Second street. apftly J. F. RYAN. TAXES A CARS, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest ityls Turnouts. Horses bought and sold on Commission. Market St. four doors below Central Hotel. al23 r W. SPARKS A BBS., iVo. 21, MARKET STRK&T. NEW CARPETS, OILCLOTHS HUU IT 111UUW OUHUdi UlUU VlrUI k J 10, 15, 60. 60, OS, 70, 76. and 90 cu., 11.01 an I S1.2S per yaru. mcutiuiy f OIIN B. POYlfTZ,JRH INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and beat Companies. Insures for run value. ixw rates. ixses promptly paia. No discounts No delays. Offloo corner Third and Market streets. spied ly r BLAUEHOROCtiU. THE BOSS WALTHAM - WATOH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jew elr.v etc All work promptly and satisfactorily done. Second Ht East ol Market. ap!7 JACOB LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Frcah Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread aud cakes. Parties and weddings furnished on short notice. 33 Second st,. tnaySdly MAYBVILLE, KY. I" ANE WORRICU, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and done. Office on Third street, be firomptly and Sutton. apltldly A UACULEY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (ranKly) UAYSVILLE.KY. yr DAYIS, rVRNISHING GOODS and OLOTHUsT, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest rail styles Just received. Market BU, aplSdly MAYBVILLE, KY. r S. MINER BBO, .Dealers In Boots Shoos, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1 , Second, cor. Sutton streets, moh31dly MAYBVILLE, KY. 1ITBS. F, B. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of lists. Bonnets, Lsees and Millinery Notions. Prloes low. Seoend street, Mrs, George Rurrows' old stand. apUOdly JLriSS MATTIJB CARR, Beeond $trett,Januarifi Mlotk, Millinery Goods, Hats, Lace, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles. Prloes Low. MchSldly 0 WENS BABKLEY, Nos. 67 and 68 Second and 18 Button streets, have Just received a large stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PUNTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered to farmers. The best fobaooo boes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, apllt SIMON, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery. Notions, ete. No. IS Market Street, East side, between Second and Third, aaidfim MAYBVILLE. KY, JU-KW FIRM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Successors to Cooper A Bluet, Dealers 1st Staves, Rasget, Maraletaed Mantel, stud mRaafnetarera efTla, Copper aari Sheet I re a War. Special attention paid to tin rooming, gutter una sponung. rraoucai pmmuers, gas ana steam fitters. Wrought Iron and lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly and WArTfltlf A(l J8 K. Hwond t aMly MAYBVILLE, KY. SCKOFULA and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas, Ecsema, Blotches, Rlnsworni, Tumors, Carbuncles, Rolls, and Eruptions of tho Skin, are the dlroot result ol an impure state of the blood. To cure these dliesse the blood must bo purl-lied, aud restored to a healthy and natural condition. Aran's SAnsAFAitiLUi ha for over forty years lieen recognlred by cmlnont medical authorities as the most powerful blood purifier In existence. It frees the system from all foul humors, enriches and strengthens tho blood, removes all traces of mercurial treatment, and proves It-self a complote nuutor of all scrofulous dlseasos. A Itecent Cure of Scrofulouli Soros. " Some months ago I was troubled with scrofulous sores (ulcers) on my legs. The limbs were badly swollen and Inflamed, and tho sores discharged large quantities of otrenslvo matter. Every romedy I tried failed, until I used AVF.n's SAtisAPAniLLA, of which I have now takon three bottles, with the result that the sores are healed, and my general health greatly Improved. I feel very grateful for the good your medicine has done me. Yours respectfully, Mas. Ann O'Bkian." 118 Sullivan St., New York, Juno 21, 1882. try All persons Interested aro Invited to call on Mrs. O'ltrlan t also upon the Itev. Z. r. Wilds of 78 East 04th Street, New York City, who will take pleasure In testifying to the wonderful efficacy of Ayer's not only In the cure or this lady, but In his own case and many others within his knowledge. The well-known icriter on the Itotton ITtrald, B. W. Ball, of Itochetttr, Ar..,wrltes, Juno 7, 1882: " Having suffered severely for some years with Ecsema, and having failed to tlnd relief from other remedies, I hare made use, during the past three months, of AYKn's Sausai'AKILLA. which has effected a compute cure. I consider It a magnificent remedy for all blood diseases." Ayer's Sarsaparilla stimulates and regulates tho nctlon of tho digestive and assimilative organs, renews -and strengthens the vital forces, and speedily cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ithcumatlc Gout, Catarrh, General Debility, and all diseases arising from an Impoverished or corrupted condition of the blood, and a weakened vitality. It Is Incomparably the cheapest blood medicine, on account of Its concentrated strongth, and great power over disease. , FRgpAnitn or Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mas9. Sold by all DrwoUts; price 81, six bottles for ?5 Dr. BATE 15 S. Clark St. ,0pp. Court House, CHICAGO. Arenltrmdntts. sT9The Oldest flpeclnlUt la th UnlUJ BUUt, whoae UK LO!) KU'sniExcx. pttfKt mtthod and pur medietas Insure and rxauiHixT ounr.s of all 1'rtrtt. Chronlo and NerreasDlssasas. Afltctlomof the Wood, Mlttn, Xldaors, Bladder, Eruptions, Ulcer, Old Bret,Mnrelllna oftae Glands, Bore Mouth. Tfcront, Hone Inlns, permanently cured and redteaud (ram the system far life. UEDUnilO XVWly,Tmjefnry,SrmlnoI H EH I UU d Xosse, Sexual Vecay, Mental and l'hyeltal WeaJcneu, Vailing JUemory, Weal Eye, Blunted Development, Impediment to Marriage, etc, from excesses or any cause, speedily, safely and privately Cured. 7-Young-, Middle-Aged and Old men, and all who need medical ekdll and experience, oon.ult Dr. Bate at one. His opinion coat nothing, and may aava fntare mlaeiy and ahame. When lnconrenient to visit the eitr for treatment, medielnra can be sent everywhere by mail or eipreas free from observation. sa-It Is self-evident that a physician who (Ires hi whole attention to a olaaa of diseases srreot skill, and phrslotana throughout the coantn,knowln(thls,freqnentlrrecommenddifflcult cases to the Oldest Npeelnllat, by whom every known coed remedy Is used. Rate's Ace and Xxperlcnco'tnaV his opinion of supreme Importance. 3rTho who call see no on bnt the Dootor. Consultation free and n.credly eoadent!al. Cases which bare failed in obtaining relief elsewhere, especially solicited. Ferasle Diseases treated. Call or write, llonrs. from Utoti e to at Sandsrs, lo to IB. tluiDB xo Health SSHT YmXC Address as abor. Don't Punish Your GhiWrenl Ta But go to your 'druggist or morchant and get a bottle ot Will' World Worm Candy. the most efficient and palatable worm medlclmi made. It is put uii in delightfully flavored sticks of caudy, and tho little ones love to taku it. Before INSURING YOUR LIFE EXAMINE THE TONTINE Savings Fund Plan -OP THE EQUITABLE iFE Assurance dciety: InStanCs ftf InVAmtlntV In l,...lu . .11. erseeurlUoQ or depositing la Havings Ilankn EXAMINE THIS PLAN nt (ninranM wIiIaVi ni i. Jtvotnaentf but gtve Immediate In- uui; i4 mukiui UUtU Assets $48,000,000. JOS. ar. BHODRIOK, .Grzmxzri. ttoeead Htreet. MAYHVri,1,E. KY :E3stVbllflfc.ed. 1SS5. EQUITY GROCERY. O. W. GEISEL, Bfe. t,W. 8eeeadBt.,Opp.Oirn Honse, PralUandVecetablesIn season. 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