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THURSDAY EVENING, DEO. 0 , 1883, 7-e 01 The above number represent the clrcnln tlou, ouoh week of the Daily and Wkkkly Hullktiw. Advertisers are Invited to call and assure themselves ot the truth of tin statement, and they are requested to bear li mind that our ra.es for advertising are tin lowest. A FUNNY SKETCH. Yhon thoy reached tho depot Mr. Man and his wifo gazed with unspeakable disappolntiuont at tho receding train, which wii8 iuBt pulling away from tho bridgo switch at the rato of a thousand miles a minute. 'Ihuir first impulse wns to rim after it. but as tho train wua out of Bight and whistling for Sage town, before thoy could act upon the impulse, thoy remained in tho carriage, and disconsolately turned tho horses' hends homeward. " It all comes of having to wait for a woman to get ready," Mr. Man broke in with, irrimly. " I was ready before you were," replied his wifo. ' Great heavens!" cried Mr. Man, in irroprensiblo impatience, jerking the horses' Jaws out of place "just lis on to that I And I sat out in tho buggy ion minutes, yelling at you to como along until tho whole neighborhood heard mel " Yep," acquiesced Mrs. Man with the provoking placidity which no one can ussumo but a woman, "and every time 1 started down stairs you sent mo back for n imething you had forgotten." Mr. Man groaned. "This is too much to bear," ho said, nriAn AttniiliA.ltr trtirtura Mint if T troa going to Europe I would just rush into the house, put on a clean shirt, grab up my grip sack, and fly ; while- you would want at least six months, preliminary preparation, and then dawdlouround the whole day before starting, until every train had loft town." Well, tho upshot of tho matter was that tho Mans put off their visit to Aurora until next week, and it was agreed that each ono should get him or herself ready, and go down to tho train and go, and tho ono who failed to get ready should be left. The day of tho match caino around in duo time. Tho train was toco at 10:30. and Mr. Man. after at tending to his business, went homo at 9:42. " Now, then," ho shouted, "only three quarters of an hour till train time. Fly around, a fair field and no favors, you know." And away thoy flow, Mr. Man bulged into this room, and rushed through that one, and dived into ono closet after an other with inconceivable rapidity, chuckling all the time to think how cheap Mrs Man would feel when ho started ofl alone. Ho stopped on his way up stairs to pull off his heavy boots to snvo time. For tho same reason ho pulled off his coat as ho ran through tho dining-room, and hung it on tho corner of tho silver closet. Then he jerked off his vest, as ho rushed through tho hall, end tossed it on a hook in tho hat rack, and by the timo ho reached his own room, ho was ready to plunge into his clean clothes. Ho pulled out a bureau drawer, and began to paw at things like n Scotch terrier after a rat "Eleanor!" ho shrieked, "where are my shirts?' "In your drawer," calmly replied Mrs. Man, who was standing placidly boforo a gloss, calmly and deliberately coaxing a refractory crimp into place. " Well, by thunder, thoy ain't," shouted Mr. Man, a little annoyed. "I've emntiod everything out of tho drawer. and there isn't a thing in it that I ever saw beioro." Mrs. Man slopped back a few paces, held her head to ono side, and after satisfying herself that the crimp would do, and would stay wuero sue put It. replied : " Thcso things scatted around tho floor are nil mine, l'rouably you haven't boon looking in your own drawer." "I don't see," testily observod Mr. Man, "why you couldn't have put my tilings but for mo when you hadn't anything else to do all morning." "Because" said Mrs. Man. settinu herself to an additional nrticlo of rai ment with awful deliberation, "nobody put mino out for mo. A fair fluid and no favors, ray dear." Mr. Man plunged into Ills shirt like a bull at a red flag. " Foul 1" ho shouted in malicious triumph. "No button on tho neck I" Because," Baid Mrs. Man, sweetly, af tor a deliberate stare at tho fidgeting. im patient man, during which eho buttoneQ her dress, and nut eleven pins where thoy would do tho most good, " because you have get 'tho shirt on wrong Bido oat." When Mr. Man slid out of that shirt ho began to sweat. Ho dropped tho shirt threo times before ho got it on, and while it was over his head ho heard tho clock strike ten. when his head came through ho saw Mrs. Man coaxing tho ends and bowB of her necktie. 41 Whore's my shirt Btuds?" he cried Mrs. Man went into another room, and presently returned with her gloves and bat, and saw Mr. Man emptying all the boxes ho could find in and about tho bureau. Then she said : " In tho shirt you took off." Mrs. Man put on her gloves, whilo Mr. Man hunted up and down tho room for his cuff buttons. "Eleanor," ho snarled at lust, "I ve you know where thoso buttons are." I Haven't soon thorn." said tho lady, Betting her hat; "didn't you lay them down on tho window-sill in tho sitting room last night?" Mr. Man rcmomborcd and ho went downstairs, on a run. Ho stepped on ono of his boots and was immediately landed in tho hall at tho bottom of tho stairs with neatness and dispatch, at tended In transmission with more bumps than ho could count with a Wohb's adder, and landed with a bang like tho Hell Onto explosion. " Aro you ready, Algornon ?" asked tho wifo of tiis family, sweetly leaning over tho banisters. ThoMnhappy man groaned. "Can't you throw mo down tho othor ljoot7" Mrs, Man pityingly kicked it dtfwn to "3fy vallso?" ho inquired, as ho tugged away at tho boot. " Is in ytqur dressing-room," sho an- ' awerad. racked?" , 'I do not knowunless you packed it yourselfprobably not?" sho leplled, with hor hand on ho door knob ; " I had hardly timo to pack my own." Sho was passing out tho gato when tho door opened, and ho shouted; "Whore in tho name of goodness did you put my vest?" It has all my money lull?" , " You throw it on tho hat-rack," she called back. ." Eleanor I Eleanor I Eleanor Man I Did ypu carry off my co.tt ?" Sho paused and turned, after signaling tho Btreet car to stop, and cried : " You hung it in tho silver closet." And the street car engulfed her graceful figure and sho was seen no moro. But tho neighbors say tliat thoy heard Mr. Man charging up und down tho house rushing out nt tho front door every now and then, and shrieking up the deserted streets after tho unconscious Mrs. Man to know where his hat was, and tho valise key, and if ho had uny clean sockB and undershirts, and that there wasn't a linon collar in tho house. And when ho went away at last ho left the kitchen door, sido door, front door, all the down Htairs windows and tho front gato open. And tho loungers around tho depot that day wcro somewhat amused, just as as tho train was pulling out of sight down in tho yardB. to see a flushed, perspiring man, witli his hat on sideways, his vest buttoned two buttons too high, his cuffs unbuttoned, his ncckfio living, and ids gripsack flapping open and shut liko a demeuted shutter on n March night, and a iloprkoy in his hand, dash wildly across tho platform and halt in tho middlo of tho tr.tck, glaring in d wrathful mortification at tho departing train, and shaking his trembling fist at a pretty woman, who was throwing kisses at him from tho rear platform of tho last car. . i m - Tun public debt statement shows a decrease of $1,721,070. . Ninety thousand weavers in Ensland are organizing a strike. Tub trial of Frank James has been postponed until the 14th of January. Paduc.ui is said to have tho hand so m est Episcopal church in the State. Tai.maok is to lecture on " at Lexington on Saturday evening. Mk. W. J. Kohoe, of Cynthiana, has been appointed private secretary to Speaker Carlisle. Gkn. J. F. Gu.MKit, u distinguished Confederate officer, died a few days ago at Savannah, Ga. Juixu: Denny, who killed J. II. An derson, at Lancaster, Ky., has been ac quitted by a Justice's court. Tin; Secretary of War recommends the specific hum of J.8,000,000 to bo appropriated by Congress for rivers and harbors. James who killed Morris Edgington, at Manchester, and who was sent to tho penitentiary for life, has been pardoned by Gov. Foster. Washington will bo a lively place this winter. Tho lobbyists will liavo their hands full. Lot us hopo that those of tho legislator will bo empty. SuvATOii Ukck is ill favor of tho removal of all disabilities imposed by tho Fourteenth Amendment and will urgo Congress to take action in tho matter. Indians threaten to revolt in Ilritish Columbia. John Bull will now learn n little about war paint. Americans will not bo likely to forgot Sitting Hull and his Canadian asylum. -, TiHiitekn' of tho twenty-six U. S. Senators sworn in on Monday, presented certificates which wero not made out according to law, and would have-caused much trouble had partisan feeling been high. Minister Lowiai. has been requested by General Tryor to apply for a respite for O'Donnell, with tho view of obtaining a commutation of tho death sentence. Lowell will nsk for instructions from Washington. Attention, Democrats. Remember tho primary mooting Saturday, December 8th, at 3 p. m.( to solect delegates to tho convention Monday, December 10th, at 1:30 p, m. Nominees for Sheriff to bo selected. The Republican members of tho U. P. Senate aro undecided as to whether thoy will reorganlzo tho commiiteesand elect Republican 'officers. Senator Kdmunds opposes such action. Ho snys this Is tho timo for Republicans to emphasize tho principles of Civil Service rufoim. The Pennsylvania Legislature, in extra session duriiig tho past six months at an exponso of 3,000 a day, has had tho appropriation for pay,vutoed by tho Governor, upon tho ground that they havo dono no business. Tho however, p&sajd Jho appropriation over tho Governor's veto, 105 to 25, . ' . . - Rk.s'atoh FnvK Is preparing a plan for the election of delegates to tho National Republican Conyontion, namely, that each State elect four delegates and each Congressional JMk'diet one, to which ho would add ono delegate for every 10,000 Republican votes hi tho District. This will put tho National Convention In tin; hands of tho Republican States, A lady who has lived in Washington twenty years says she has never before known tier box to luko so much interest in tho choice of. a Speaker as in that just terminated: 'Not 6uo of those who havo boon so interested havo had any personal ends to bo gained )y tho election of cither candidate, beyond friendship for ono br tho othor of them and tholr wives. Thq wives of 'tho candidatea' liavp modestly kept In lUo background. We have on our counter throe hundred and fifty Boys' and Children's IOVERC0AT that we shalLinake a run on at from $2 to $Weach. Oome and see them before they are all closed out. HECHINGER BROS.&CO. HENRY ORT, TJ' I Successor to WHITE A OUT, Headquarters for Parlor, Bed-room ail Easy Chairs HUITH from 20to300. LHrRO lines of WIM.OW 1JOOHS, HA8V I HAIItHele. AH Cincinnati blllH liberally discounted. Cull and uorouvlnctil. iiflhlilnio II.IIKISF.lt, :l)ealer lu: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakes. mny30dly HECONX) HTIIKKT. 1 M. KOGKHN, DKALKK IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 11 X. ike. St, mcliSOly MA YHVIU'K, KY, I AMMON, 'photographer, Bocond Ktreet, nextdooi to Dr. Miirtln'H apltklly MAYHVII.l.K.KY. TJ NT DOYI.K, Kvery new hIiihIo In- DRESS GOODS, UruHlied Strawberry. Electric lllue, Egyptian etc., and new Trimming to mntcli. HeconUHU, mcbStly MAYHV1L.LK, KY. I W.UAI.IIItAlTlI, J. ..., AITUKKEI A.1 IjJITt, - Ileal Kalntenml Collecting Agrnry. Third Htrcet, near Court bouse, mylOly MAYSV1LLE. KY. JOHN T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. lteprenents the London and Liverpool and Globe. Uermnu Ainerlcau, of New York, and I'heulx, ol UiooUlyu. AUo auuut for Ulue Lick Wator. Offlce corner of Front and Hut-ton utreeu. apll7dly A . UKOWNING.M.W., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olllco and ronldenco corner of Tblrd aud button- streeta. Will glvo special attoutlon to dlseakes peculiar to females. aplHdly MAYHVXLLE. Qi J.nAVGIIERTT, No. 6, West Hocond Htreet. Y-R-O. Monumentfl, TnblcU nnd HeadHtones always ou band. Urdera by mall will receive the same prompt attention uh It delivered In person. apiadly r uIjAUKuokougu, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters forCIockH, Bllver etc. All work piomplly and Second St., East of Market. apl7 a OLT KIUIIENOH, Dealer In BUple and Fancy. has ItEMOVED from hi old stand to the building on Hocond street lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. ap!3dly TA9IE.S A C'ARR, (Successors to Thomas Jnckson,) Livory, Sale and Food Stables Htrcet ilnrk orders promptly attended to at nil times. Finest nnd latest style TurnouU. and Bold ouComiulBiilon. Market Ht. four doors below Central Hotel, ullii T V. NI'AKKM A 1IKO., No. Si, MARKET BTRERT, NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at SO, 85. 40, 45, 50, 00, OS, 70, 7fi, and 00 cts., f 1.00 and tl.25 pur yard. mchSIdly TOIIN II. POYNTZ.JR., INSURANCE AGENT. .v Oldext and best Companies. Insures for full vu I ue. Low rates. LosHes promptly paid. No discounts No delays, Olllco corner Third aud Market streets. aplOdly 'p v.iixvv, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. TetniH reasonable. Front street, botweeu .Market aud Suttou. upUOdly JI IHH LOU I'OWMNG, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Full Hals, Millinery Goods. UouueU, Flowem and Mtltluery GwdKnernlly. KiHlre untlxritctlun ittmranteed In all canes. Second, opposlUt Opera House, inuylly Vtaynvillk k nuVHu. DYEING and GLEANING InHllk aud Woolen DmwxeH, Hliawls, KlbtioiiM In all colors. UuiilUiilieu's clolliliiu Cleaned mid Dynl Fnnl xlreel, Ixdour II IIT lloiiHri. ril JOHKl'll HHENNKlt, Dyer, ft - n yarn "fny n 1 VI. I JL JLJLA. 1 8 ill J fi - J a Specialty. rAC'OIJ LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysteis u specially. Flesh liieml aud Turtles and wtililliiKt ruriilsbed on short notice. 35 Second St., niny.tdly MAYHVILLK, K. FINCH A- CO., A. DKALKHSIN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. 77iinl m( Hulton Ntreetn, mch'JOly MAYHVll.LE, KY. A IIONAN'.H BOOT AND SHOE STORE. CiiHloin work nuppditlly. Law stock. All" kinds nt loweht prlccA. No. -17, Murkel streo , two ilooix below I). A. HIcIiiikInou & Co.'tt uioceiy. iild&wly ICY. p S. JUI!, AT LAW. Ileal KhIuIuiuhI Collct'llntr Agency. Court St., (H12dly) MAYHV1LLK. KY. r ANK A WOKUKIK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. l'luns nud RpecltlcattniiH furnished nil terms and all work tmllsluctorlly and piomptly done. Olllco on Third street, between Wall and Button. npllldly VrOUKINON A.- HAC'KLKY, Wholesale und Hetull BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (tnli!Sly) MAYSVILLE, KY. pAUL i. anii:kson, DENTIST. Ao. 21 Market St., nearly opp. Central Hotel, Offlce Open at all Jiour. MAYS VILLE, Kl m.iyiaiy.d. It. llliWHT V. FltANKLIN, D DENTIST, BUTNext door to Ilan Ic of Mnys. vllle. Mxl Aft IAVIN, 4 FUItNINIUNii JOOI)N mid lints. Capi. Trunks nnd Valises. Tho latest fall styles J ust lecelved. MnrketHt., aplOdly MAY'HVILLK, KY. 0. N.an.w:iifc into, Dealers In- Boots, Shoes, Leather And FJHmiJNGS, ' No. 1, Second, cor. Mutton streets, inchiildly MAYHVJLLK, KY, IMTItN. ', II.C'OI.MNN, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of lints, Donnets, Lncesnnd Millinery Notions, l'rlroslow, Hocond street, Airs. CJoorgoJinrrows' old Ktand. upllfldly 1', HAKHII, M AlTOItNKY AT LAW, JiinIIco of Uio I'eiwi', REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will nd vertlso nnd soil real ostnte. No chnrijei wlmtover uulcss n halo Is consummated. Deeds, morltf nfces Ao. written nt rnUs ns In w its nuy one's. Olllco Llbwuy llulldlug, Mutton street. TtTIW. A. J. ViLMA.Uh. Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold OH KAI' for tho next thirty days Call and seu tliutn. mcliHOly JVo,,2y, AVuf KtfimiX Street. HM. MARY :. THOMAS, M Denier In Millinery and Notions, Announces that sho Huh Just received her fall stock, wilch will be lounil very attractive und that shu him ulso secured the ser vices of itn accompllshiMl trliuiuer from Cincinnati. One prion only. 13 K. Becond St., aUilly MAYMVILLK, KY, T-KW FIItM, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA, (Buccessors to C'oopor 4 Ulssel, OonlerH IH NIovon, Kimikpm, Mit'lilelstul Mitnlel",iiiiI iiiiiniiliiottirerH ol'l'ln, I'oppor iiihI Wlieol Iron Witre, Hpeclnt attention paid to tin rM)tllng, gutter and spoutliiK. I'mctlcal plumbors, Kas nud steitm tillers. WroiiKhl Iron und leud pipes, Ao. All work utteuded to prompliy nui( UU.mtl st., n9dly MAYHVILLK. KY. VTINS SIATTIE CAItlt, Second street, January's llloek, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, ol tho latent styles. I'rlces Low. ( V.2VS llA.HKI.liv, Noh. 67 mid W Becond'nnd HI Button ctreels. have Just received a larte stock of Improved VICTOR HAND pORN PLANTERS, Uio grail ml labor-saving Implement over ol fowl to fnrtnerx. The best lobuccn hoes and tntmrco burn hardware of nil Hinds, uplift ' f A, .Hi: ANN, FURNISHING ..UNDERTAKER. Full lino of Huilal UoUs ntnl nil article required by tho iludutuUInu trmle. Oiden iiiomptly ullonued to day. or nluht. mUtily A'o. 01, Host Second Street, II.MATUEWM A CO., w Manufacturers nnd Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, LntliN, Hhlnules, liHndHrFmmel Doors, Sash. Hluvus, FoncliiK.TobiKOfl Ilosbeads, Ao. mciiilly MA Yd VILLE, KX. O . OMUIAJI, k PLUMBER, Hnnltary Knglnwr, Giw ntid Dealer In pluinler's uoods, I'uinps, Huso, Sower I'lpex, Lead and Iron I'ipinu, Hleam and WnterGiiiiieH. No. H west Pecond street, (inposllu Gulhel's eioceiy, .MAYSVILLE, KY. ni;o,ro.AN(.v, Denier In Hlnple and Fancy SECOND HTltr.KT. mcliMlIy MAYSVILLE, KY. hiunk iit;ui:, Mainline! in m' of I'Kiprletor of tho celebmlHl brands: Hold the Fort, Tailoi Qiteen nnd Mother Hubbnrd. lkwt In the market. Full variety ol smoki'is' nitlcles. Second slicel. ally MAYSV1LLK, KY ytril.LIAM HUNT. Miuuil.iclurcr ami oilKlunlor or the ecle liratiHl brands of Silver Dollnr, Writ. Hunt's D.irlt Ilorso, Happy Hmolce, Tliroti Cord wood nnd Herond tieot, Miysvl)lo, Ky. w. W. LYNCH, Muuulnctuiui of nud Dntlor In BOOTS AND SHOES. LnilUs'nnd rhlldien'slliioshouinHpeclatly CiiKtom work inado to older. ItepnlrliiKeutl and piomplly donnut iiHidernlechurees. No. 41 Market steett, Kast side. ally MAYHViLLK.KY Jlt.T. II. N. .SMITH, DENTIST, Will tluvnto Ids wholo timo to tho or the natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wnidlo will talco olmii'u ol nil the mechnnlcnl work, such us uold, sllver,coutluuotisgum, celluloid nud rublior platen mch3ldly yANii:v a ALi:x.iN.ii:it, OLD KKLIAIILi: LIVERY, SALE AMD FEED STABLES. Vehicles ol nil kinds, good stock nud narefu' drlvciM. Horses kept by tho day, or week ou reiiHouablotrniii. Becoud st., betweou Market nnd Llruestmie. r AM lll'.CKIVINti DAILY tho best brnnds of FRBSH OYSTERS! which will lie served In nil stylet. For pule also by tlio can, or lu bulk nt reasonable prices. T.J. NO LIN, nt lllerley's confoctlonory stole, Bocond Ht, Ki II. TKAXKL, BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER. Ice orcam parlors opon for tho season. Absolutely pure randies. Kwsli bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddluus nud parties n speclnlty. I'riccs low. muyWly JlyfltS. M.AICt!IIIKACON'. aniioiinoL'H to tho publlu thatxho has niarkfi herstoclc down lo ni.ilto rotyiijr A HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. My slock coiikIsIs of Illnls, Feathers, Hats, VuIvuIm, OruninuutH uud Notlousol'all kinds. Tho ladlus uro invited to call iitiilsco prices. EetscTsllslxeca. 18S5. EQUITY No. II, W, Neritml M.Iiiii.I)!!! House, Krultsiiud VeKotnblewlnseiisoh. Your rospeotrtilly hoIIoUmI. IHdly osi:iai)lton.vuiio " . M1 GOOD INTENT' - Livery land Sale. Stable. A full lino of all kinds of vehicles on Hand .formilo, liliu or oxchiinilH. Horses kept by day, week or month. Laruest und best Livery Htublu lu tho vi'st. I'iIcoh ns Inwasuiiy. HeHtntleutlon to vehicles stoied. 'fi'lophouu conneotlou. No. W and M west Heeonil HU, upl7dly MAYBVlLLK, KY. TlllsT'l.AL'r.TOOUT Oil ISA 1 BED-ROOM SUITS IN AT geo no n rfm, .'v, meh'ilillv HiriTON HTItlJKT. " '': r"KW"KJr'4TVTC OAAWAJLAiJ'Jl,' lyJEDicATED Well-water. A Spocitic for Dyspopsia and DIs oasos of tlio Kitlnoys; 1 I AH been used with mostTsrntlfyliiK vw In ninny obsttnalo cases. Prof, K WVChirlc, iiruroNororciiemMry nt tho university ol Clurinliutl savs this water "belong lo tliosiuiieelHHH with that of the AIICKhatiy Hprliitts, ol VlrKliii'i," tlio medicinal virtue ofwhlch metoo.woll known tolio staled hero. Those who huh mnions water aroieforred to uuptatuu wpuoyu.iwTanns Ohio: Oapuiln V, M. llollowny, Cllinlnuatt, Ohio; J. J. Italic, Clnolunntl, OI1I9. For sal In lialf barrels and jiiKSiiy ' UUd, . HIM MONH. I'ronrletor. niWIAwtt Aberdeen, Ohio, i TSLJILJLmJLm & Vegetable Sicilian HAIB RENEWER wn tho flratpreparatlon perfectly odspted to cure diseases of tho scalp, and the flrit successful restorer of faded of fray hair to its natural color, growth, and youthful beauty. It has had many Imitators, but none havo so fully met all tho requirements needful for tho proper treatment of tho hair and scalp. Hall's IlAin Rexewkk has steadily grown in favor, and spread Its f omo aud usefulness to every quarter of the globe. Its unparalleled success can be attributed to but ono causo: the tntirt fulfilment of UipromUtt. Tho proprietors havo often been surprised at tho receipt of orders from remote countries, wlicro they hod nevor raado an effort for Its Introduction. Tho uso for a short time of Hall's Hair IIeneweii wonderfully improves the personal appearance. It cleanses the scalp from all Impurities, cures all humors, fever, and dryness, aud thus prevents baldness. It stimulates tho weakened glands, and enables thorn to push forward a new and vigorous growth. The effects ot this article are pot transient, like thoso of alcoholic preparations, but remain a long time, hlch makes its use a matter of economy. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE roB TUB WHISKERS Will change tho beard to a natural brown, or black, as desired. It produces a permanent color that will not wash away. Consisting of a slnglo , preparation, It Is applied without trouble. MtEPAnED DY It. P. HALL & CO.,Nnsliun,N.H. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines. POR ALL THE FORMS OF Scrofulous, Mercurial, snd lllood Disorders, the best remedy, because the most searching and thorough blood-purifier, is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all Druggists ; 1, six bottles, 95. Dr. BATE 85 S. Clark St., Opp, Court House, CHICAGO. A regular irradnate. Sec1nltt tn tlie United Buua, whu LirK lo.si kxI'Liolmk, perfect method and purs medicine Inturo si'K.lY and I'KUUasxmt cunxs of all Private, Chrocls anil Nerroua DiteaM. Affectlonaof tbelllond, Hkln, Kliluoa, IlluUilcr, Kniptlom, Ulcere, Old Norn.Hwrlllliff nrtheOlnnUe.Soroiloulh, Throat, Itono Pnlne, permanentl oared ana radicated from the ejttem tor life. ajrniniio (I Hit TUUO Louft, Sexual Decay, Mental ami l'liysleal Weakness, FalUny Memory, Weak Eyes, Stunted Development, lo Marriage, etc., from excesses or any cause, speedily, safely and prtratrly Cured. 7-Young, and Old men, and all who need medical aklll and experience, commit Dr. Date at once. Ilia opinion coat nothing, and ma Bare future mlwry and ahame. When Inconvenient to iMt the city for treatment, medlcinre can be aent everywhere by mall or eipreas free from o liter, viillmi. Klves hia whole attention to a claaa of diaeaiee irreiit aklll, and phyalclane throughout the country, knowlnthl, frequently recommend dlOtcult casea to the Oldest Npeelallat, by whom every known good remedy ia uied, 7rDr. Mate Aire and J'xperleaco maVe hla opinion of au jireme lmtxirtunre. nrThoa who rail tee no one but the Doctor. Consul tat Ions free and ancredly cnnfldentlnl. Caaea which have failed in obtaining relief elsewhere, especially aolicited. l'eraale Diseases treated. Call or writ, llourx. from t to 4 O to H( Kundava. IO to 1U. UUIUK 10 IlUALTK skxt 1'nr.K. Address aa above. Don't Punisn YourGhiMrenI TjL 9f yjssv sW fm Bl T Sy.w VVBaT Vbb7 ' Tm'f But iro to your dnurglst or merchant and cct n bottle of Wills) World Worm Candy, tho most efficient and palatable worm medicine, mndo. ' It is put tin In delightfully Havered stlcU) of canity, and the littlo onto love to take It. OttEAT KEDVCTION IN Millinery Goods! and NOTIONS; We havo marked our Roods down with n view to innlio loom lor our Nkw Wintkk Htook. Our stock consUO. of ill ids, Keatliors, Oruiiiiittuts. laces. Hats, ZnphyrM, Ao Wo call esneclal attention toouroheaiinud Hloekof (JltKWKU SH cents per dozen. Utdd'Jm MIH3 LOU 1'OWLINU. PIANO MANUFACTORY. F. L. TRAYSER, : Denier In PIANOS ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED PIANOS JUNED AND REPAIRED! Front Htrcet, MayMvllle. T. Lowry, tDoalor in:- FAMILY GROCERIES, Teas, QHceiiNwarc, QlttMMwarc. TobttccoM. IVotloiiM. lllirhestcaslinrloonalit rnr.nn...... .. yimt Corn w Fourtlj and l'juuf iuSSSr'