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TUESDAY EVENING, DEO. 4, 1883, 7.601. Th above nambor represents the circulation, each week of the Daily nnd Vkkkly BULLKtim. AdLvortlsers are luvltod to call ami assure themsolvc ot tho truth of the statement, uud tljoy are requested to liear ii mind that our ran for advertising are tin lowest. lirts broken out it Washington, Indiana. - i.i -i-. Eleven hundred cigar makers are out of employment at Chicago. . CouNTEBKKir silver dollnrB dated 1880 . nro in circulation ut Mt. Sterling. Pa it is, after u&ing tho standard time, has repudidiatcd it and gone back to the ' ' old. Edwin Farley surceeds Crumbaugh as Collector of tho Second Kentucky revonuo district. A movement for tho abolition of tho contract system of convict labor has been started in Colorado. French pork packers are much displeased over tho abrogation of tho decree prohibiting tho importation of f American pork. Some Republicans propose that Gov. Robinson, of Massachusetts, should be given tho nomination for Speaker as a reward for his services in beating Butler. An enumeration of tho voters of Indiana, just completed shows an increnso in six years of 41,084 whites 987 colored, an annual increase of 710. Tho total number of voters is 483,043 whites and 10,007 colored, making tho grand total 494,058. Ancnmsiiop Choke thinks tho Irish party in Parliament has made somo progress, and if tho people persevere in a just cause, avoid crimo and refuse to be transported, tho present generation may live to sco tho old land clothed in freedom under the Irish ilag. Report from from twenty counties in Indiana, Illiuoia end Kentucky indicate that thoro has been a largely increased acreage of wheat sown. Farmers are satisfied with tho prices of produco and aro paying their bills more promptly than in other years. Ex-Senator Spencer will a6sertthat lie nover Baw Dorsey pay money to Brady, and nuvor saw those two men together. Ho claims that tho StarRouto trials were brought about at his instigation and rays ho waited two weeks in Washington to testify, but Bliss refused to see him. A dispatch from Washington says: Mrs. Mary A. Miller, of Now Orleans has applied for a license as master of a steamboat. Tho Supervising Inspector of tho district reports her competent, but debars her becauso of sex. Tho case is referred to the Solicitor of tho Treasury. Juuoe Kinkeai), of Fayetto county, after a careful study of tho State revenue system, is convinced that no great improvement can be effected while the valuation of property is adjusted annually by tho assessors. Ho suggests a commission for each county who shall determine the cash valuo of all lands onco in flvo years, and tho said valuo to bo tho basis for taxation. It is very certain that assessments in many cases ought to increased and tho rato of taxation reduced all around. Under the present system the bulk of the taxes are paid by mon of moderate means. Tho man who owns a cottago worth $1,000 pays all that ho ought to pay in taxes, becauso its value is known to all, while for obvious reasons tho citizen who is worth $200,000 doesn't pay, in many cases, one-tenth of what ho ought to pay. A fair valuation of property and low taxes is what is needed, DAME FASHIONS GIUIMIAG. Little Things that fill tho Satchel mid Multitudinous Feminine Ml mN. "London smoke" is a fashionable color for cloth ulsters. The style of a neat waist worn half a contury ago is now copied and admired by young ladies. The waist is Bharply pointed front and back, and over tho front is laid a shirred piece from tho throat to tho oxtremo point, where it ends in a bow and and ends of Mitln ribbon. Tho sleeves aro nulled and shirred and are exceeding high on tho shoulder. A charming Parisian bonnot, received in New York straight from Madame Heitz Boyor, is made of golden fawn-colored velvet. Tho brim is voilod by a fall of ostrich tips shading from tho palest t) tho deepest brown. Over ono side of the crown droon two more of tho feathers and undorncatu these arc set a eluster of pink azaleas and frosted leaves of gold and bronze. A sparkling bucklo holds tho feathers in placo. The bonnet is further brightened by a lining of pink vol vet A recont notion is tho "crazy" quilt and crazy it is. A lady in Baltimore said tho other day that the first day sho trido to put hers together it gave her such a headftcho ehe had to go to bed. They aro made of scraps of silk, satin or velvet. These aro basted on a foundation of canvass in nny irregular stylo fancy may dlctoto tho more "crazy" tho bettor. Tho edges aro neatly turned in and or with differ ent colored silks or worsteds. When finished thoy nro really quito pretty. Kn6ugli silk twist to work a cushion can ho lmu for fortv conts by buying what is called wnslo silk. The same quantity in skeins would cost over a dollar. ' v KALEIDOSCOPICS. s Boclctyi dramatized affords nil Immense scopg forluiKMly and comedy combined. The world's N loud Id their eclnt, and exclaim how true to lllo. Many women resomblotho Ivy. They marry, thinking man will bo the a rand oak to cllnii to through the Monns of life, but very often provlnu lo bo only a reed, which bonds and simps at tho first twining tendr U of tho wnnlitbocimitng ivy. Women nowduy dhpluy qnlto n masculine taste for huntluu. theonlydlflorencothntlhe women aspire to higher amo, they prefer luitdiand hunting to fox huntlnu. Yet wnmon who aro such nriepts In strntngem ought to ho able to capttiio tho wily tox with etiual dexterity. Bhawlsnron modern Invention, vet In these day of advanced enlightenment It behoove one to keep their wits sharpened sufficiently to bo nhlo to penetrate the cunning shnms which nro constantly palm 'd oil bo cleverly on, poor unsuspecting humanity. "All that Kllttorsls not gold." He was observing her most attentively, ns she fat embroidering most Industriously, "Well," said he; "that Is tho most nonscnslo. al piece of work I havofivorseenynn cgnged In. You must be In want ofHomethlng to do-when you punch holes In llmt pleco of muslin, merely to cow np again." redaiilicfgoMr.ersaro a miro Index of this cultured gp, where e'er you go you encountered some ot thoso excessive readers who possess very retentlvo mommies not alone satisfied to digest themselves that Intellectual rood, but the spirit of prldo causes them lo Impart It lo others whether of appreciative minds or not. There would bo lefu roping among young ladles from tho prevalent com plaint of ennui. Tho only remedy for a mo notations existence, U to mouse yourself to notion, lo have some elm lu llfoto live for, to accent It In whatever form It might presonl with thonvldlty yon would life-preserver, thus preventing you from sinking Into despair. Fashion Is a cruel despm, yet her victims quietly submit to her dictates with heroic bravery. Ladles' tight sleeves, Iwhlrh reign supreme, are the refinement of crueltv suppressing the circulation of the blood to a ralnful degree and tho onco fair hand as ruddy as a raw beefsteak, causing tho veins to swell and the pink nails to turn purple. This style Is no bcautlflor to bauds I assure you. Why Is thoqnosllnn so often propounded In a little town which we wot nil of a sudden the young men are flitting west ward. We can not opine, unless It be, there has been so many tony weddings of Into, that In accepting tho Invitations which had to be accompanied by a handsnmo present, It has proven quite a strain on their bank account, as a last retort they lire compelled to rove to now fields, nnd pastures green to re trlcve their fallen fortunes. Tho world U surely over-stocked with hu manlty, when you hear tho constant cry of snfterlng humanity In search of employ- iiiuiii, cuiiuuuiuiy luuuuttti lit uiPir omiea V ors to procure employment, by the curt, la. cinlo Information " Why, man, tho cations ato greater than the demand." This deplorable state of affairs makes one come to the conclusion that suicide Is necessary, to decrease tho over-stocked population that sustenance may bo obtained by tho lingering applicants. Young ladles who will persist in being extremists lu fashion, have lo sutler For ltutatico: .Miss Jones I considered nn exceedingly vnln woman; she flatters herself that she resembles iternhnrdi In form her sleeves lit her nrm as If In a vice, showing otrto the best advantage the crippled beauty ol nil uusymtnelrlcal aim. VVhero Is woman's vanity T hut sho Is patient under tho trials of allllctlon. Shu Is obliged to lifeline, In tho piesouco of her sweetheart, her hostess Invitation to lay oif her bonnet, because, sho would be necessitated to divest herself of her bodice ero she would havothe freedom to ralso her arms to remove hor bonnet. Who wouldn't wear tight slec vest Such model of beauty and convenience! CntrKKT. COUNTY iuiuinsviM,K. Miss Klllo Wndell Is visiting friends and relatives In Mlllerxburgthls week. ..UHY Ji'nUljy, of Nebraska, will preach In the M. E. Church next Hiitnlay, and regularly every two weeks during tho balance of this conference year. 'Squire Gatilt and Mr (leoigo Wood entertained nulla a number of fiiondi day. Our boys havo put away ball nnd bat and have organized theuisolviw Into n society ol Nlmrods, nnd you o.ui hear tho pop ol tho gun to all directions. Thoy gnerully go out with n lull shut-bun nnd empty game bag and comu bade nearly the same way, onli both are empty. An oyster suuper will be held nt this placo placo next Friday night, tho 7th Inst., tor tho benefit of tho kchnol houho. All are Invited to conip.ns a good tlmo Is nntlclpnted : plentj of lelreshmeiits. Wo havo heard of several sales of tobacco-nil ul lair to SIS per hundred from thegrqiiiid up. Miss nocla Itoades Is vlsltluf friends ut Hectorvllle this week. Miss Mollle McCarthoy jg visiting frlonds and relatives ntlovor. TWO LICK. Fnrinnra nrn linut. ....Hi. .-I.... .... m... ' " "" w"" ino croplsllgi.U Tnlinrvn inaMtmnd -n i.. ..... ir 7., .. ""3 "."uiiu suaKing i... -""' hands with the farmers. They are olleilnc fall pilces for Hie weed. county" flralloa wm movo t0 weeUbVylnSk0.' I)0Ver' WM nr"u,,a ,,lsl running o?der.t0" U'a,e U "r ,,ew plUo ,n Wo notlco a spirit of Improvement slnco pike was contemplated. Wo are g a of this tor we have beo.i'livlng I.eVo In h'fs eck o woods "cijl oil from tho civilized world long enough. Now wo have communication with nnd out of our.stale of ouscurltv. iinnn ' l'earl and cystal hrnndehourgs and fourages fostons and decorate manvnvnn. in;s corsages of white or pale tinted satin or silk. - - Tho constant feeling of being " played out " and " used up," ran readily ho removed by using Ayor's Sarsaparilla. i Hot Chnse After llurglnri. UnooKLYN, Dec. a Burglars were found In the liquor store of Michael Lahoy, at 131 Court street, this morning, and were so closely pursued that thoy only escaped by jumping- through the windows, leaving traces of blood behind them. Pounded Ills Wife. BnooKLYN, Deo. 3. Bridget Madlgan, of 101 Ninth street, was beaten and kicked nearly to death by her husband, Sho it now lying at the College Hospital In a dying condition. Growing Hottor. London, Deo. 3. Special dlspatchos received here report a rising of tho natives of Dalfour in the Soudan, in which the Egyptian Governor at 1 Tiuhur wai severely wounded. He lllew Out tho Gus. New Vohk, Doc. 3. John Whlto, aged thirty-eight, of BufTalo, wus found dead Sunday morning in his room at th Central Hotel. An investigation by tin Coroner showed that tho deceased had died from suffocation, having blown tho go out and left tho burner turned on, A Lively Fire. New YonK, Dec. 3. A .Ire causing a loss of $50,000 to stock and building occurred Sunday afternoon in the fancy storo of Patrick Brain, No. 360 Grand street. Thu houses adjacent, occupied by a number of tenants, wero badly damaged by lire uud water. Thoruna Goes Home. Ciuoxao, Deo. Sturlata left this city Inst night to Join her mother uud brother at her home in Baltimore. COLOGNE SETS. JUST RECEIVED ! direct from Europo tho finest and most comnlote line of til fil?i ItPmirvItt $ ftfnttrAtlllA intnl wa HmoklngHotfl. OhnmpfllKUo (llftw, Jug Hot, ifca, dcMlncl cxprcasly fur HOLIDAY (!) I havo nlso a full lino of Castors, Caskets, Bllvor l'lnted nnd Solid Musti nuU Milk HeKO.it Meul Hels, thu TRADE Curd Hecclvers, Cnko UasUcts, Jowcl SILVER SFOOITS, KWIVES, FORSSS, which havo been marked at very LOW figures. Merehauts ol this uud adjoining counties will find It to thelradvuntagu to cull nnd oxamluo my stock lieroro purchasing their llnlldnv Ooods. C3r. 4.. avrooLHTaacaaTsr, sxxttojta. et. I bisque: At No. ,1, JUntei'pvtse Tilovlt, Hnvlugbougnl tho samples of threo largo easlern ImiiseH at usitfltvleiil dlseotint lo enable mo to sell them at the new York cost ul retail. Thty cmuM of DOLMANS. Coats, Cloaks, Eubber Overcoats Rubber Gossamers, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear. 1 have tho largest and CHEAPEST variety of tho nbovo named aitlcles that have ovor been dlsplaed lu Jlnysvllle. Cull and exumlue them. n'2ldtdec7 jr. xi. 33XJItC3r33lSJS. s J.IAVIIi:itTY, No. 6, West Bocoud Ktreet. MARBLE YARD. Monumonls, Tablets and Headstones al ways on hand. Orders by mall will receive the sumo prompt attention as If delivered In person. . uplSdly m r. kiff, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly nnd satisfactorily done. leims reosouauio. front street, ueiweon Market aud Sutton. npUOdly YJl'iN I.OU 1'OWMNU, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Uooils, nonnets, millions, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. Knllro satisfaction guarunteed lu all cases, Hecond, opposite Opera House, maytly O UNT IHYI,K, Evory now shado In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electrlo Blue, Egyptian etc., and newTrlinuiliiLM to match. HecoudHt., mch3lly MAVaVlLLE, KY. f AYSV11.1.E in: iiouni:. DYEING and CLEANING lnHltk nnd Woolen Goods, Dresses, Hhawls, Klbbonslii all colors. Gentleiuoii's clothing Cleaned and Dyed Front street, below Hill House. g24 JOSEPH ItHENNEH, Dyer, M V, MAItHCI, ATTOItHEY AT LAW, Justice of the Peace, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. Nn charans whatever unless a Mile Is consummated. Deeds, mortalities Ac. written at rates as low as nny one-s. unico Jjiurary itunuiug, Mutton street, TU""N' A. J. WIL.LIAHN. CARPETS, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will bo sold CHEAP for tho next thirty dnys. Call and see them. lncbUOly iVo. 2), Eatt Second Street. TITKS. MAltY K. TIIOMAN, Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that sho has Just received hor full slock, which will bo found very attractive and that sho has nlso scoured the services of an accomplished trimmer from CI n clunatl. Ouo price only. 13 E. Second bU, uUdly MAYSV1LLE, KY. Tirosi: avlton a mto GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full line of nil kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, lilro or exchange, itorses kept by day, week or month. .Lamest and best appointed Livery Stabloln the west. Prices as low as any, ile.st attention tovehlclesstoied. Telephone connection. No. 40 nnd i'l west Second BL, ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. rAOI. . ANDEKNON, DENTIST,' 5tre No. 21 Mmrket 81. , nearly opp. Central Uotel, Office Vven at all llaurt, MAY8VJLLK, Kt m,iyl31y.d. rn. oEivi'rr v. fkanklin, DENTIST, "Noxt doorlo nun k of Mays, vlllo. bfsl TII.T.1I. N. NMITir, DENTIST, Will devote his whole time to tho preservation of the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wardlo will tokeehai'oeoi all tho mechunlcal work, such as uold, sllver.contlnuousguni, celluloid nnd rubtier platen, uiehflilly VANCEY A AI.EXANOEK, Ol.ll UEI.IAIII.K LIVERY, SALE AJD FEED STABLES Vehicles ol all kinds, uod stock and earoful drivers. Horses kept by the ihiy, or wook oi reosnnabla terms. Second st between Market aud LlmcHtuuu. HOLIDAY GOODS ! flt la U4n fl... lj..a. j &!.- rts..M in I figures mM f CIRCULARS I a. ltllOWMKG, SI. ., PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. Office and residence south-east coruor of Third and Hutton streets. Will give special attention lo dUeascs peculiar to females. aplHdly MAY8V1LLE. A 91. itonKits, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. II E. See. St, mchSUly MA VSV1LLH, KY, r a .ii ii on, 'photographer, Second street, next dooi to Dr. Martin's upKJdly MAYHVILLE, ICY. JOIINT. l'I.EMINr INSURANCE AGENCY. Kopiescuts tho Loudon and Liverpool and (Jlobo, German American, or New York, nud Phenlx, of IJrooklyn. Also for Blue Licit Water. Office corner of Front nnd BuU ton streets. npll7dly JW.d.tMIUAlTH, ATTOltNKY AT LAW, ltcnl ENliitoiiml CollectliiK Agency. Third street, near Coin t house, mylUly MAYHVILLE. KY. -I KOUUK II. IIEINKlt, :I)ealer In; GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. mayaodly SECOND BTUEET. Q A, MEAX8, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Burial Itobes and all artlclos re- quired by the uudortaUliiK trade. Orders piomptTy attended to day or nlnht. mSOly tfo, 81, East Second Street, M fOOUULK .t 1IOLTON, Havo Just received from tho manufacturers n full lliieofseasouablo goods for the mil and winter trnde. Jeans, Flannells, llhuikots, Hosiery, Cloaks, Dolmans, PnletoU nud Call lu and heo them and ol prices. yy II.MATUKWN A CO., Manufactureraand Dealeiu lu Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, HhliiBles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Bash Staves. Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Jto. incnSuiy MAYSVILLE, KT. 2 It. OLDHAM, "'PLUMBER, Sanitary Engineer, Uas aud Hewor 1'JpeH, LeaU and Iron Piping, Bteum , ii.iu uuukid, mi. a vuhi, oevuuu sireoi opposite Uelsel's grocery, aplTJly MAYBVILLE, KY. pKO.t'OXAHON, Dealers In Staple and Fancy JDJEMT GOODS, SECOND STItEEl'. mchSlly MAYSVILLK, KY. jnitANK OEVINE, Manufacturer of . Proprietor of tho celohrated brands: Hold the Fort, Purlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Dent ctgani In the market. Full variety of smokers' articles. Hecond street, ally MAY9VILLE, KY IVrlM.IAM HUNT. Manulacturor and orlulnator of thu eels bruled I brands of rtllvor Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap ny Smoke, Throe Heautlos, Coulwood and Gold Slugs. Second Street, Muysvllle, Ky. fjir v. i,Vn;ii; Mnuufaolurer of nnd Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladlea'nnd children's fine shoes a sneclaltv Custom work made to order, HepalrliiKncatlj apd promptly done nt motnratcharguH. nn, 11 AiaiiMHBiocu, lutsiBiue. ally MAYSVILLK, ICY A FINCH A CO., 1JKALER8 IN GEAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. TMrd and Sutton Street, mcli301y MA rSVJLLB, KY. A IIONAN'N BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stree , two doors below D. A. Hlchardsou A Uo.'h grocery. n4dwly MAYSVILLK, KY. p N. JVI, ATTORNET AT LAW. ltcnl ENlntn nud Collecting Agency. CourtSL, (apl2dly) MAYHVILLE. KY. " flOLT ItlOHKNON, Dealer In HUple'and Fancy has KEMOVED from Ills old stand to the building on Secoud street lately occupied by Charles H.Frank. aplSdly I AMES AUAKR, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hark orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest styla Turnouts. Horses boughlaudHoldon Commission. Mar- ket St. four doors below Ceutral Hotel. all T W. NtAItKN BRO., JVo. 24, MARKET STRERT. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS nn IVliiilnur Ulimlou flAAil lnvA nt Ort VR 10, 45, SU, W, t, 70, 75. uud 00 cts., 1.00 an I 11.35 per ynru. rocujiuiy JOHN 11. OYNTa5,JK.7 INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures for iuii vuiue. xow ruies. uotutu promptly paiu. No (UhcouuU No delays, Offlce corner Third hiiu ainrueisireeis. apiouiy r UliAKEUOROVOU, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Hendquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jew eir.v eic. u worn promptly ana saiuuactor uy uouo. oeconu oi rjisi oi juarneu apl7 TACOU I.INN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysters a specially. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished on short notice. 35 Second st.. may3djy MAYBVILLE, KY. r ANK A WORUIOU, Contractors, Architocts, Builders. Plans nnd specifications furnished an reasonable terms und all work satisfactorily and promptly done. Ofllcoon Third street, be- tweeu wall and Sutton. aplildlj VTOUUINOM Oc UAUULKT, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mhlBly) MAYBVILLE, KY. jyj'oAVW, r FDltNIHlIINGCtOODHnHd . Hals. Caps, Trunks and Valises. Tho latest fall stylesjust received. Market BU, aplfidly MAYBVILLE, KY. " " p N. MINEK A URO, Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Leather And FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor. Button streets. mchSldly MAYSVILLK, KY. V1IW. V. B. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Oonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs. UeortroUurrows' old stand, apllddly VTINN MATTIE CARK, Second ttreet, January's Block, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles. Prices Low. kch3ldly rWENR A11AKUEET, NoN.67and 69 Second and 16 Hutton streets, have Just received a lun;e stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco burn hardware of all kinds. apl)S "MEW 1'UIH, , BISSET, McCLANAHAN I SHEA, (Successors to Cooper & Illsset, Oeitlers lu Ntoves, Rnngrea, Marblelaed MniilelM.und mnimfteettireri ofTln, Copper nurt Hbeet Irea Ware. Special attention paid to tin roofllns.guttei nud spoutlnx. Practical plumbers, gas -and steam titters. WroiiKht Iron and lead pipes. Ac. All work attended to promptly and warranted. !U E. Mwind St., nSdly MAYHVILLE, KY. FRESH OYSTERS ! Hcst britnds served In any style, DAY OB NIUHTat E.M.WILLETT'S Hesiaurant. My establishment has' lately been fitted up lu haiidsnmo style, aud supplied wltu ever convenience. Cooking unexcelled. It. U. WILLETT, h2W3tn No. 8. M a rket street, SIMMONS' Dedicated A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Kidneys. Ir AH been ased with most gratifying; rao. 1 cess In miuiy obstinate cases. Prof. F, W. Clarlt, professor of Cheinlxtry at the university of Cincinnati says tula water "belong to tho name class wtlli that of the Alleghany HprltiRH, ol Virginia," the medicinal virtues of which aretoo well khown tabeautnil hom. Thoxe whodeslie to try thU famous water J hid to uupuiin u, w, uoyu, ievanna Ohio; Captain O. M. Holloway, Cincinnati, Ohio: i. J. flulno. Cincinnati, tlhio. Knr ul. in bulf harielsniidjites by una. him munis, Proprietor. rn23dwtl Atanlta, oiiio SCROFULA and all scrofulous dUeascs, Sores, Erysipelas, Eczema, IJlotclici, Klngworm, Tumors, llolls, and Eruptions of tho Skin, aro tho dlroct result of an luipuro stato of tho blood. To cure these diseases tho Mood must bo purl-fled, and restored to a lioaltliy and natural condition. Ayer's Sahsapamlla dm for over forty years been recognized by cmlnont modlcal authorities as the most powerful blood purifier lu existence. It frees the system from all foal humors, enriches and strengthens tho blood, removes all traces of mercurial treatment, and proves a complete master of all scrofulous diseases. A Recent Cure of Scrofulous Sores. " Some months ago I was troubled with scrofulous sores (uloers)on my legs. Tho limbs wero tunllT swollen and inflamed, and the sores large quantities of offensive matter. Every remedy I tried failed, until I used Aykii's HAiisArARiLiJi, of which I have now taken tbrco battles, with the result that tho sores are healed, and my general health greatly Improved. I feel very grateful for the good your medicine has dono me. Yours respectfully, Mrs. Akn O'Uhian." 143 Sullivan St., New York, June 2i,im. (7 All persons Interested are invited to rail on Mrs.O'Urlan J also upon the ltev. Z. 1'. Wilds of 78 East 04th Street, Now York City, who will take pleasure In tcstlfylue to tho wonderful efficaey of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, not only In the cure or tills lady, but In hla own case and many others within lila knowledge. The well-known writer on the Boston UeralJ, H. W. Hall, of Rochester, ...writes, June 7, 1882: " Having suffered Severely for some years with Eczema, and having failed to Und relief from other remedies, I hare made use, during the past three months, of Aykii's Sausai'ARIlla. which has effected a complete cure. I consider It a remedy for all blood diseases," Ayer's Sarsaparilla" stimulates and regulate tho action of the digestive and assimilative organs, renews and strengthens the vital forces, and speedily cures Ilheumatlsm, Neuralgia, KheumntlO Gout, Catarrh, General Debility, and alt diseases arising from an impoverished or corrupted coudU tlon ot tho blood, and a weakened vitality. It Is Incomparably the cheapest blood medicine, on account of Its concentrated strength, and great power over disease. PREPARED OT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price f 1, six bottles for $3. Dr. BATE 85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO. A remltr graduate. S9ThOtdet HpeelnlUt In tho United SUtei, whiMe MrE Lo.vti ui LUlKNcr, perfect method and pur medicine iu.uro kl'EXIiT and PKniiAKKXT ctJRrs of all Private, Chronio and NerronaDtaeaeea. Affections of the Mlood, Nktn, Kldncye, Hlndder, Kruptlone, Ulcere, Old Mores, Mtrelllnt; l" tho Cllunde, Sore Mouth, Throat, Bone Putne, permanentl cored and eradicated from the ajstem lor life. HEDU flllC JMlUtu,Jmpoteney,8rmtnal H Cliff U II W Losses, bexual Veeay, Men till and Physical Weakness Falling Memory, Weak Eye, Stunted Development, Impediments to Marriage, etc., from excesses or any cause, speedily, safely and privately Cured. Kr'Vaunr. and Old men, and all who need medical elUU and experience, con.ult Dr. Bat at once. Ills opinion ooeta nothing-, and may aare f utnre mlaery and shame. When Inconvenient to visit the city for treatment, mf dlclnf can be sent everrwbere br mall or eiprese rro from observation. M-H Is self-evident that a phrtician who elves his whole attention to a class of disease! tiU talae sjrent skill, and phrsletansthronghont the country, knowing this, frequently recommenddlQlcult. caaea to the Oldest NpecluIUt, br whom every known sfood is need. ltate'a Asa and Kxprlrnoa make his opinion of au prcme Importance. VThoe vilio call see no one but the Doctor. Consultations free and wicredly confidential. Cases which have failed In olitalnlnie relief elsewhere, especially solicited. Female Diseases treated. Call or write. Hours, from II to 4 1 to H Kundsvs, lo to 119. (JUIUE to HEALTH sr.NT KnZK. Address as above. 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