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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY EVENING, DEO. 10, 1883. 7,601. Tho above munbor reprcsonU tlio circulation, each week or the Daily mul Wkkkly Bulletin. Advertisers are Invited to cull uiul as.su ro themselves ot tlio truth of tin-statement, mul they nro requested to boar it mind Hint our rail's for adverllnIiiK are tin lowest, i i The Ohio census bIiows that Micro nre 1,008,200 children in Hint State i The improvement of tho Mississippi river will bo ono .of tlio drat Biihjects coiutiderod by Congress ut this pession. . The recent pales hnvo delayed the ocean steamers. Some of them hnvo been Boventecn days in crossing tho Atlantic. Washington is overrun with place seekers. Thero nro nearly four hundred applicants for tlio position of timer of tho House mail wagon. CincoLAHH riving reasons for Govern ment interference in the case of have been sent by the Clan Nn Gael to every Congressman. Twenty cities want both of the Presidential Conventions next year. Tho) nro scattered from Boston to Now OrleatiH and from Bnltimoro to Chicago. Kansas recognizes tho right of woman to hold ofllco. At tho recent election in that State, Emily S. ltico was chosen County Clerk of Harper county by 300 majority. .. . I 1. ! 11 The President of tlio "Workingmen's Association at Lynn, Mass., calls for a national convention of tlio National Workingmen's party and tho nomination of candidates for President and Vice President. Silvkii has accumulated in the vaults of tlio U. S. Sub-Treasury in Now York to tlio amount of $23,000,000. There is room for only $1,000,000 more. More tlian three-fourths of tho silvor is repre sented by fiilvcr certificates. It is thought at Washington that the House Coramitteo on Ways andIeans "will bo increased from thirteen to fifteen members, and will bo composed of nine Kevenuo Keformors, ono Protection Domocrat and five Republicans to keep him from feeling lonely in strange company. Mks. Vaikiii.v Helton, widow of the man murdered by John Harnett and liiH party in Montgomery county last year, has recovored a verdict of $3,000 against Barnet and others for damages. The defendants are in tho penitentiary, but hnvo real estate and other property in the mountains. Georgia is tlio only Southern State that pensions maimed Confederate sol diers. Those who havo Jot a leg above tho knee receive $100; below tho knee, $75 ; arm above tho elbow, $00 ; below tho elbow, $40. Thcso payments are now being raado by order of tho Governor, under an act of tho Legislature. John P. Lekdom, the clioico for resides ut West Union, O., and was clerk of Adams counfy, six years, olected first in 1871. In 18S0, wnB elected to Congress from tho Seventh Ohio district, but tlio Republican of tho State, in 1832, placed Adams county in a strongly Republican district, and deprived him of a second term. The natural gas that flows from tho oil wells of Western Pennsylvania ami West Virginia has long been used for fuel and light in tlio manufacturing towns of that section, and tho supply is much greater than the demand. A project is now on foot to convey tho gas by pipes to Philadelphia and ltallimnro for heating and lighting purposes. Tho scheme is in ,tho hands of enterprising men, witii plenty of capital behind them, and tho laying of pipes will begin Hhortly. 1 1 am ii ii NoVEUiiEit 30 thero were in tlio Kentucky penitentiary four hundred convicts, of which two hundred and were white males, two hundred and twenty-two colored males, two white females anil twenty-eight colored females. Thotermsofsentencoaro: ono to" two years, jioventy; two to three years, threo to four yearn 37 ; four to five years nineteen ; five to ton years, eighty-six ; ten to fifteen years forty-five; flftcon to twenty years, twenty; twenty to thirty years, thirty-eight; for life, ninety-one. A Miscalculation. TexusBlftlngs, "Did '''you over havo your fortnno told?" inquired an Austin woman of ono of her most intimuto friends. "No, did you V" " Yea, I was down to n clairvoyant's -yesterday evening. Did you know there waa ono in town ?" " No." " Well, thoro is, and she just spread out her euchro deck and told my as slick as a whistle." " What did tho clairvoyant say was going to happen to you ?" "Sho said I was Ki"g lo nnrry a and become a maid of honor." " Become a maid of honor 1 Why, you must forgot yourself. You know you aro a married woman." " Thut'B bo," answered tho woman, dejectedly. "I forgot all about that and got tho old harridan to lay tho cards out for a widow. It is funny how such little things will slip out of a person's memory. I shall have to go down nnd get tho clairvoyunt woman to do it all over again." QUICKLY WOULD THE SHADOWS FLEE.. Mary Torrcnco in Domorcst'a Monthly.J If you should come all suddenly And let the soft, swoet glory of your eyos Light up tlio darkness of thl sombre room, And cliaso away tho drcumess of this day of gloom, And grace It with tho dawning of a glad sur- Drlso flow quickly would tho shadows flee, And looking out. amazed, I'd say: "O boautlful, bright, liappy day, How could 1 think you dark and cold, When In your heart such joy you hold, Ofalr, sweet day r If o'or this heavy, dingy tomo Your gentlo hand should wunder swift. How quickly would each leaf bo edged with gold, And overy shining pngo would hold A messago sweeter than a fairy gift, And down through long dead years would como Tho far faint echo of tho sage's vow. In muslo sweeter than tho world hath known, And looking up surprised I'd my : "1 wonder why this gloomy day So fair hath grown." If while tho wind Is making moaii Through lcnllws branches of the trees, And I am trying, all in vain, To shut away tlio sob of pnln, Your voico canio floating on tho breeze, How would Its tone, In music sweet lull on toy ear, And I no more tho moan would hear, Hut your voice tny heart would All With its music and its thrill And it echoes clear. ELI PERKINS' BOOK AGENT. AHhort Xnrratlvo llinbrnclniE a Chain of I'lrouinHtancen. Now York Star. A Philadelphia book asjeut Importuned James Watson, a rich and close Now York man, living out at Elizalieth, until bo bought a book tho "Early Christian Martyrs." Mr. Watsou dldu't want tho book, but ho bought It to got rid of the agent; then taking It under his nrm, ho started for tho train" which takes him to his Now York olllco. Mr. Watson hadn't txeu gono long beforo Mrs. Watson came homo from a neighbor's. Tho book agent saw her, and wont In nnd persuaded the wife to buy another copy of tho samo book. Sho was Ignorant of tho fact that her husband had bought tho sumo book in tho morning. When Mr. Watson came back from New York at night Mrs. Wutson showed him tho book. "I don't want to see it," said Watsou, frowning terribly. "Why, husbandr asked his wife. "Because that rascally book agent sold mo tho sanio book this morning. Now Wvo got two copies of tho same coplosof tho 'Early Christian Martyrs,' and " "But, husband, wo can " "No, wo can't, elthori" interrupted Mr. Watson. "That man Is off on tho train before this. Confouuditl I could kill the fellow, I " "Why, thero ho goes to tho dejwt now," said Mrs. Watson, pointing out of tho window at tho rotreatiug form of tho book agont making for the train. "Hut it's too lato to catch him, nnd I'm not dressed. I've taken olf my boots and, Just then Mr. Stevens, n neighbor of Mr. WatMii, drove by, when Watson pounded on tho in a frantic manner, almost frightening tho horso. "Here, Stovensl" ho shouted, "you're hitched up; won't you run your horso down to tho train and bold that tiook uguut tin i como? Hun I Catch 'iui nowli "All right," said Mr. Stevens, whipping up his horo unci tearing down tho road. Mr. Stevens reached tho train just as tho conductor shouted "all aboar II" "Book agent!" he yelled, o.s tho book agent stPpiKnlou to tho train. "Book agouti hold ou! Mr. WuUoii wunts to seo you." "Watsou? WaUon wants to seo me?" repeated tho seemingly puzzled IxKik agent. "Oh, I know what ho wantal ho wauts to buy ono of my books; but 1 can't miss tho tralu to sell it to him." "If tliat is all ho wants," said Mr. Stovens, driving up to tho cur window, "I can pay for It and take It back to him. How much Is itf" "Two dollurs for the 'Early Christian Martyrs,'" Mild tho book agent, us ho reached for the money und posted thu book out through tho car window. Just then Mr. Watson nrrived, pulling and blowing, in his shirt sleeves. As ho haw tho train pull out ho was too full for utterance. "Well, I got It for you," suld Stevens; "Just got It, nnd thut'sull." "Got whatr' yelled Wutson. "Why, I got tho book 'Early Christian Martyrs,' and " "By the great guns r moaned watsou, as ho placed his hand to his brow nmlswoonwl right In tho ciiddlu of tho street. ASIun AVIthuHllvcrKUull. Chicago Times. Ono of tho queerest curiosities on tho glolw is a man with a silver bkull who is now visiting hi LouUvlllo, Ky. During a fiercely conte&ted battlo in tho lntu war this interesting individual was btruck In the head with a pleco of shell, which tore away tho entire top ot his skull, leaving tho brain most horribly exposed. Straugo to say, ho survived tho torrlblo wound and a noted surgeon who was ono of tlio physicians in attendance upon tho lato lumonted Qurllold, Micceoded in fitting a bilvor plato over tho opening which shielded the bralu, equally as well as tlio skull. This plato is about tho size of a man's bund nnd works ou hinges, nnd may be raised up and down at will. Tlv num does uot cxperiouco tho leaoC pain, and as ho wears a wig all evidence of a blmttored skull is concealed. A Hint on Chimney. Industrial Chronicle. It Is woll known that tho round form is tho best for chimneys iu workshops. It facilitates tho Cscapo of tho smoko and gives less hold for tho wind, besides requiring less material for construction. Hound chlneys aro, however, dillicult to build, and Iu sonio places the want of workmen to make tho round kind has compelled tho adoption of squaro or octagonal forms. To obviato this a European 11 rm makes bricks in tho bhapo of wedgos and corresiHHiding with the radius which tho chimney Is to have. An Unfortiumto llrlck Sinking Firm. New Richmond, O., Deo. 0. At 4 a. m. Friday a flro broke out in the heating department of tlio brick yards of J. Milton Blair & Son. It sproad rupldly, and when It was discovered tho Humes had made such headway that It was impossible to check, much loss extinguish them, anil, notwithstanding tho heroic fight mado against tho Haines by tho employes, tho entire establish, inont burned down. This was ono of tho most extensive brick yards iu tho West. Tho baking departments wero complete in overy particular, and brick could bo turned out when tho thermometer was below zero. Tho entire establishment was worth about $15,000; Insurance, $0,000. Tho firm lost last Kebruury, by wator, 1'J,000. A few woeks since J. M. Blair, Benlor niomber of tho firm, died, bo that tho firm has beeu singularly unfortunate this year. CARRY THE NEWS! Spread It far and wldo that I havo the best and CHEA I' EST stock of CHINA, GLASS and QUEENSWARE ever brought to Muysvllle, which Includoa a large lino of goods Imported expressly for tho holidays. Decorated Chamber Sets In all styles and at nil prices : eleguut lilnner and Tea Hets, HiiiokIuk Hets, Mush and Milk HcIm, Majolica Tea Bets, tine Cologne Hets, Illsque WWEMWMMM and Vases of elegn nt design. 1 have an Immense the usual price. sr Every one who buys $1.00 mnKnlflccnt DULL. My prices are the lowest. dliMHw Kant We have on our counter three hundred and fifty Boys' and Children's I OVERCOATS I that we shall make a run on at from $2 to $4 each. Gome and see them before they are all closed out. HECHINGER BROS.&CO. p i:o It OK II.IIKINKK, :Dealer In: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. Home-made feast Cakes. mayWdly HKCOND 8THEKT. A. M. IIOQEIW, DKALKH IN- Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 11 JS. tiec. at. inchSOly MA Y8V1U.R, KY, r AJ1MIIN, PHOTOGRAPHER, Hecnnd street, next dooi lo Dr. Martin's nplKdly MAYSVILLK.KY. TJ UNT IIOYI.K, Every now shade In DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electrlo Blue, Egyptian etc, and new Trimming to match. HecoudHt., nichatly MAYaVILLE, KY. JW.UAMIKA1T1I, ATTOKNF.r AT LAW, Ilrnl Efllfttonml C'ollcrtluir Agency. Third street, near Court house, mylOly MAYHV1LLE, KY. TOIIN II. I'OYNTZ.JK., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest nnd best Companies. Insures for full value. Low rutes. losses promptly, paid. No discounts No delavs. umce corner xniru aud Market stroeUi. ap!6dly JOHN T. FI.KMINO. INSURANCE AGENCY. ltepresenla the London and Liverpool nnd Ulobo, (Jermnn Aineilciin. of Now York, and I'hculx. ot Urooklvu. Also nuont for llluu Lick Water, umcti corner oi from ton si reels. A . UBUWNINU.M. U PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllco and residence Houth-east cornor of Third and Sutlou streets. Will give special attention lo diseases peculiar to females. apllidly MAYHV1LLK. QJ J.DAUailKKTY, ' No. 6, West Second HtroeL 1VIARB3L.E YARD- Monument, TubleUt and Headstotiea always on bund. Orders by mull will receive the same prompt attention us II delivered lu person. aplUdly T llLAUKliOKOUUII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters ror Clocks, Hllver Uoods, Jewelry etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily done. Becoud Ht Fjwt ol Market. apl7 aToLTRiCIIJMON, " Dealer in Htaplo and Fancy aROCEEIBS, has HKMOVKD from his old stand to the building on Hecoud stieet lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. upMdly TAJIKS tCAItK, (HucceNsont to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Salo and Food Stables Btreot dark onlors promptly attended to at all times, Finest and latest stylo Turnouts. Horses bought und sold on Commission. Market Ht. four doors below Ceutral Hotel. a!23 Ty W. LYNCH, Manufacturer of and Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES. Ludles'nnd chlldreu'H flue shoes a specialty Custom work made to order, ltepalrluic neatly and piomptly doiioat moderate charged. No, 41 Market sluett, Baststde. ally MAYHVII.LK.KY VILI.K l)U IIOVNK. DYEING and CLEANING a Hllk and Woolen Uo'mIm, DriMses, Hhawls, Ulbbonslu ull odors. OunilHinoii's clothlue Uieauedund Dytil Fro il tttreet, Ix-low Hill House. rt JOHKP11 KIlKNNliU, Dyer, stock of TO YH which will be sold at one-half worth of goods will a cbiinru on a 19. BXMOT, side of Market, 4 doors below Thlnisireet. II T I LLI AW HUNT. Mnnulocturer aud originator of thu relf lirated brands of Hllvcr Dollar, Win. Hunt's Durk Horse, Hinoke, Three lleitutleH, Conlwood nun Jold Hlugs. Heoond Htreet, Muysvllle, Ky. tf II. OI.DIIAM, " 'PLTJM23E R Oos aud ic.v. ... Dlumber's uoods. l'uiniis. Hose. Hewer Pipes, Lend and Iron Piping, Hteuu and Water UniiRfs. No. 8 west Second street . opposite Uolsel's grocery, apl7dly MAYHVII.L.K, KY. TACOU LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysters a s pecialiy, Fresh bread and cakes. Part lea aud dings furnished on short notice. 35 Second su, may3dly MAYHV1M.K, KY. FINCH A CO., A. DKALEHHIN GKAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cbr. Third and Button Utrtrtt, inchaoiy" . MAl'tJVJLLK, KY. H. JUI, G.' ATruRNF.Y AT LAW. Kenl KatAteaudCollecllnKAKncy. Court Bt., (upiaily) MAYHVILLK. KY. T ANK t WORRIVU, JIJ Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and Hpeclflcutlons furulHhed an reasonable termH and all work satisfactorily und done. Ofllco ou Third street, firomptly und Button. apKIdly pAUI. D. ANUKKNON, DENTIST,' Jfo. 21 Market Ut., nearly opp. Cenlralliolel, Office Open at all Hour. MAYHVJ1.1.K, SY m.iylSly.d. Tlt. IKWirr C. FHANUI.IN, - rirF',aT . J A y MirNext door to Uauk of Mays, ville. but VTKM. V. U.COLI.INN, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Huts, llonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Hecoud streol, Mrs. Gleorgo Uurrows' old stand, nplhklly M F, MAKNI1, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, JtiNtlre of llic I'enco, REAL ESTATE tad INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estute. No cliarnos wlmUiver unleua a hale lu consummated. Deeds, morUcuEet kc written at rules as low us any ono's. Ollloe Library Jlulldlug, Button street, TU"KH. A. JT. WILLIAMS. Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold OHHAP lor thenezt thirty days. Call and seo them. mchSJly No. 29, Kent Becond Htreet. KM. MAKY . TIIOMAH, M Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she lias Just received hoi fall stock, which will be found very attractive and that she has alsoseoured the sor vices of an accomplished trimmer from Cln clnnatl. One price only. 13 K. Hecoud sL, aWly lAYHVILLK, KY. TO-KW FIKH, BISSET, McCLANAHAN & SHEA (BucoousorSJ to Cooper A Uissot, ' ItrnlorM la Nloven, KntiK", Mnrblelatid iiimiiiltoctHrerH of Tin, Copper nuil Nbfifll Iron Witre. Hpoclal attention paid to tin rootling, guttoi aud spouting. Practical plumbers, gas and steam Utters. Wrought Iron knd lead pipes, Ac. All work atteuded to promptly and warranted. a K. SmviiiiI nt aftll v MAYHV1LLK, ICY. riRANK DBVINK, Manufacturer of OIQABS. Proprietor of the colebrated brands: Hold the Kort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard, iiest cigars In tho markal. Kull varloly ol smokers' articles. Bocond stroet. ally MAYSVILLK, JO -vrciovia.r: iioi.ton, Wo ollor our slock of ladles' wraps, consisting In plain and uliciilnrx, silk Indict-", dnlmnus. paletots, New Mur-lets Iilusli at reduced pi Ices in close, ('all mul aet n ImruMln. MelHHJULH A HOLTON. f A, JIKANH, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Full Hue of lturlul KoInw nnd alt ni Helen required by tho undertaklnu trade. Order promptly attended lo day or nlhl. muuly No. til, Kait Mecoml Mreet, f ' II. MATH CWN A .. Manufacturers and Dcalerx In Building and Dressed Lumber Laths, HhliiKles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Hash, BtttveH, Fencing, Tobacco llnuxlipiids, 4o. mch&ly MAYHV1I.I.K, KY. "I KO. COX ANON, Dealers In Htaplo aud Fancy idirst goods, HKOOND HTHKET. inchStly MAYHVIMjK, KY. YJ IHH I,Ott 1'OWMNO, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery (lomls. liounels, Flowers and Millinery Uoods generally. Kill Iro snlUfucllon KUiiranleed In alf cases. .Second , opposite Opera House, innylly II. N. H1MTII, DENTIST, Will devoto his whole time to the lion of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wanlle will lukeclmrKool all the mechaulcal work, such UHKold,Hllver,contiuuousKum, celluloid and rubber plates. racli3)dly yANVKY A AI.KXANDER, OI,I KUI.IAMiK LIVERY, SALE AMD FEED STABLES. Vehicles ot nil kinds, good stock and eareful drivers. Horses kept by the duy, or week on reasoiiableterms. Second st., between Market aud Limestone. r AMI KKCKIVING DAILY tho best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will be served In all stylos. For sale also by lliocan, hull-can or In bulk at reasonable prlcos. T.J. NOLIN, at confectlonory store, Becond Ht. Yf II. TKAXKI., BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER. Ice cream parlors open for the soason. Absolutely pure enudleH. Fresh bread of all kinds. Furnishing weddings und parties a specialty. Prlcos low. ruayJdly jyritN. .tt.AUCHOKACON, nnuounces to tho pnbllo that sho has marked hor stock down In make room for HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. My stock coiinUU of lllrds, Fcitthoni, Hats, Vol vein, Ornaments und Nntiousof all kinds. Thu ladies are invited to call audseo prices. Esto."bllslxod. 18S5. EQUITY GROCERY. Cr. W. 10I8EL, No. 0,W. Second M.,0i.Oprri Honae, Frultsand Vecotableslu season. Your respectfully Rollrltnl. IHdlv O.St: UAL'LT4N A IIIIO., M' GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full Hue of all kludsot vehicles on hand forsule, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest aud best appointed Livery Htuble lu the west. Prices as low as any. Host uttentlou tovehtcleHsioied. Telephone connection. No. -IU uud il west Beconuoi., upwaiy uiAinviiii.r.,M, SB FREE I P(lEUaLE SELF-CURE Tl A fcvorll prescription of one ol ' tM tnostnota "U acoMiuui apecuiuis in wo u.a. (now retired) lot Ih cum otXervouelftttlltvi XjomtJfanhooa,iraltnemmu41tMmv. Beul npUlnialiili)Uvelopya. DruggUUckaflllit. Addrtu DM. WARD A CO.. LoultUas, Mo. "Anakcsls".??. n MalHblt curt tor l'llrs. PILES Irioe 91, at drusKlsts, or ent prepsia ur miiiEwmpia a. Ad. jnjiiK.rin" ken.Uoi2410Nowl UPPERE RA froa Yonthfal Imprud.nce. illnV S Kmni U.bllltr. Mental and 1'bjtfl. ealWetineu. YalnabU Inlormttloa rnrhMn.anMiMe. otmtciij. Ita.aOUa.UaxatOaiOK ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT. SIMMONS' Dedicated f ell-water. A Specific for Dyspepsia and DIs onses of tho Kidneys. AH been used with most gratifying cess In many obstinate cases. Prof, F. W.Cliirlc. nrofeHsorof ClipmNtry at tho unl vorsltyol Cincinnati sava this wuter "belong to tho same aiinw will) that of the Alleghany HnrhiL'M. ol Vlrullilii." ma meiucinni viriui ofwlilch are too well known to he staled here, aro referred to Captain U. W. Hoyd, Levauua Ohio; Cuptaln O. M. Holloway, Cinrlnnati. Ohio: .1. J. Ilnlno. Clnolunatl. Ohio. For sale In half barrels and juxs by uus. MiMjuunM, rropneior, mZlUAwtl Aberdeou, Ohio. ?s Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER was tho flrst preparation perfectly adapted to cure diseases ot tho scalp, and the flrst successful restorer of faded or gray hair to Its natural color, growth, and youthful beauty. It has had many imitators, but nono havo so fully mat all tho re quhementa neodful for tho proper treatment ot the hair and scalp. Hall's Haih ltF.NEWitn has steadily grown In favor, and spread its fame and nsef nines to cvory quarter of tho globe. Its unparalleled success can bo attributed to but ono cause! thttnlxrtfulfilmtntctfUiptvmittt. Tho proprietors haro often boon surprised at the receipt of ordors from remote countries, whero they hod never mado an ell or t for Its Introduction. alio uso for a short tlmo of Hall's Haih Hgneweh wonderfully Improves tho personal anneamnce. It cleanses the scalp from all Im purities, cures all .humors, fover, and dryness, and thus prevents baldness. It stimulates tho weakened glands, and enables them to push forward a now and vigorous growth. The effects ot this article are not transient, llko those of alco. hollo preparations, but remain a long time, which makes Its use a matter ot economy. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE YOU THE WHISKERS Will change tho board to a natural brown, or black, as desired. It produces a permanent color that will not wash awoy. Consisting of a slngla preparation, it Is applied without trouble. ritEPAKED DY R. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N.H. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines. FOR ALL THE FORMS OF Scrofulous, mercurial, and Blood Disorders, tho best romedy, because the most searching and thorough blood-purifier, Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all Druggists ; $1, six bottles, IS. Dr. BATE 85 S.'ClarkSfi.Opp. Court House, CHICAGO, AreimUrirrodatte. 3TheOlilct Sppclntlt In the United BUlci, wbu.e Lira lo.-i exi'LUILNck, perfect method and pure medicine insure hl'KKDT and rnuAMEMX cunrs of all I'riTat, Chronlo and NfrromDljea.es. Aflectloniof the lltnud, Nkln, Kldncya, JlluUdcr, Kniptlone, Ulcpr., Old Nnrei.Hwrlllns r tho Ulnnda, Sure Alnulh. Throat, Hone I'ulne, pennaneatl eared and eradicated from the ajretem lor lifo. UCDUnilC JdlUt),lmpotfnrv,Srmlnal R salt V U U O Loues, Sexual Drcay, Mental and l'hy$leal Weakness, Falllni Memory, Weak Hues, Stunted Xcvclopmcnt, to Marriage, etc., from excetsei or any entitle, speedily, safely and jtrlratrly CureiU and Old men, anil all who need medical .kill and experience, eon.ult Ur.lltteatonce. III. opinion cot nothing, andmay ave future mlwr and ahame. When inconrenlent to rl.lt the city for treatment, rnrdtcinra can be aent eenrwhere by mail or eipreu free frnm nliwr. Tiitlon. n-U le that a phynicUn who Klrea hie whole attention to a clasa of dlieasee nt. tulne ureut eklll,andphyalctansthrouc)ioiit the country, knowing thin, frequently rocoimnendiUQlcult ca.ea to the Oldeei NpcclnlUt, by whom every known good remedy la uned. erDr. Hate a Aite and Kxperlnico maVn Ills opinion of au Vreme ImiMirtnnce. UrThomi who call tee no one but the Doctor. Conraltatlona free and eucrcdly cnnlldentlul. Caaea which have failed in olitalnliifl relief elsewhere, especially eollcllfil. Keinaln Diseases treated. Call or write. llonr.from O to 4 a to Hi (Sunday. 1 to IS. tiuiHK 'lo JlKAI.ru tmx FiiEB. Addre.a as above. Don't Punish YourSIiildrenl T, But Koto your dniKglst or morchaut and cct abottleof VlllNt VVorltl 'Worm Cunify, the most eftli'lent und pnlatablo worm ineiliclno mado. It In put it it In slolllitfully llnwireil sticks of candy, uud tlio little ones love to lake it. i: at itKniurrioN Git -IN- Millinery Goods! and NOTIONS. Wo havo marked our goods down with a view to make loom lor our Nk.w Wintkk Htook. Our stock coiinIhIh of IIIiiIh, KeniberK, OruumeutN, laces, Huts .'phym, tta We cull eseclal uttentlou tooiircheuiiuud hand somo stock of CKKVVKU aWKILLINU MILK nt 35 cents per ilnznn. ullld'Jm M1H8 LOU POWL1NO. PIANO MANUFACTORY F- L. TRAYSER, lUonler In first-class; PIANOS S ORGANS. ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED! Front Htveul, MayMVlllo. T. Lowry, In: F AMLY GROCERIES Ton., lueciiNwarts lgarN. 1IaiNivaro. Tobacco... notions, .UlKhostcash prlnepald forcounlry produce JylUdtf Corner Fourth aud Plum streets.