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SATURDAY EVENING, DEO. 29, 1883. 7,601 The above number represent the tloo", each week of tho Dailt and Wkkkiy OULI.KTIN. Advertisers aro invited to cull "Kntraasure" themselves ot the truth of tho statement, mid they tire requeued to bear lu 'mind Chat our raies Tor advertising are thr Wk aro nuthorized to say that a citizen, who is protnircd to furniBh security that lie will do what ho proposes, offers, when tho hogs aro excluded from Muysvillo, to renoovo at such times as tho council may designate, JtBlfthp garbage of tho city at his own expense, and to pay for tho privilego tho sum of $150 annually. "' Separate schools forcolored and truant children wcro advocated at the meeting oLIndiana teachers in Indianapolis. The numbor of schedules in filed in New York in 1883, is 343, with liabilities of $20,857,843, and actual aseeta $0,374,451. m The Sandy Valley oil wells in Eastorn Kentucky aro exciting much interest. Tho gas escaping from a thirteen hundred foot woll which has just been sunk, can bo heard for many miles. A yodnq man who persists in turning his "attention to overy silly thing which comes along in tho shape of a danco or other amuBoment, truthfully remarks a contemporary, is making a very bad investment of hia titno and money. m Accordino to a recent ruling of tho Postmaster Goneral anyporson who writes for tickets or corresponds with a lottery company, relating to such business, violates tho law and becomes linblo to a fine of from ono to five hundred dollars. Any roan, who votes for tho hog against his honest convictions, merely because he has boon threatened by hog breeders with a loss of patronage, is exhibiting himself in tho attitude of a slavo to a master, and lacks tho sense to know that ho is doing something that mny rcsultin more loss than gain. The French Government has decided to prohibit the importation of American suited meats until the Chambers have passed upon a bill, which will be introduced by tho Minister of Commerce during the next session. The ports of Havro, Nantes and Bordeaux, aro not included in tho prohibition. If you aro honestly in favor of keeping hogs in Maysvillo then voto that way for it ia your privilege, but don't allow your-Bolf to be intinlidated into voting against Tvhat you honestly think by any throats made of loss to your business. The public will seo that no such loss occurs to any, man who puts his shoulder to tho wheel to benefit tho town ho lives in. Some persons supposo that tho needy pooplo alone aro engaged in hog breeding in this city. That is a very great mistake. Many of tlioso who raise hogs aro people with money to their credit in bank and considerable amounts of it at that. Look around the community and you will seo who theso mon aro. Shall tho people, bo compelled to submit to robberies, damngo to their property and othor outrages by hogs for their benefit? Ask yourself this question before you voto in January, We have from time to timo given many instances of depredations, outrages etc, by tho hogs, which tho city authorities permit to roam at largo in the streets, and as such things aro fumilnr to all who llvo in Maysvillo and may bo seen any and every day in the week, it is not necessary to add to tho list. Tho peoplo will voto in January with a full knowl edge of what they have endured in tho past and what they will havo to bear with in tho future, and it rests entirely with them to say whether the annoyance shall end at nnco or bo continued during tho next year in a wdrso form. If hog-raising begins again with the new year, backetTby tho approval of tho peoplo at tho polls, tho picture of the city twelve months honco will not bo a pleasant one to contemplate. o Fancies. An old settlor tho veteran who pays his bills promptly. Appropiatcly enough. Maiden Lane (New York) opens, right into Courtland street. While tho modern fowling pieco cannot boast of its ancestors, every reliable gun has an excellent stock. "With earthquakes, cyclones, dynamite cartridges, leaky air brakes and old boilers, it is growing dangerous to live. "I used to bo bothered awfuly with rati," said Mrs. McGill, "but 1 gavo 'em Bomo corroded supplement and got rid ol 'om." "Why is it that lightning novorstrikcp twice in the saino place?" asked tho boy of hi' parent "Because it never noeds to," was the gruff reply. 'How is tho earth divided ?" asked a pouipouBOxamlnor who hau already worn out tho pationco of tho class. "By earthquakes," replied ono boy, after which tho examiner found that ho had nough of that class. "When I . marry," wild a budding achool Rirl, 'il'll want n till, man" "There a whero you're wrong, sis "' !! ner mora practical mother "You'll have lew trouble watching an Ugly mn, and nJy u,oro of hia com .jwny.'' KALEIDOSCOPICS. One can glenn the most correct Information of lite by lt clone observation. Young lndlot who desire (o become fleshy should Inhale Volatilise Palm, which can be procured of any druyglst. It looks a lltllo mercenary when men begin to sue lor drench of Home of them have u high valuo on the damage of their at- lections. Tho power of monoy. Tho most notorious cases Hint appear In court theso dsys, verily the verdict depends on the proot ot thnt necessary witness money. No mntter how Intricate the case may appear, cnsli la of making It as clear as crystal. Thomoiuqultalro kldinru as yot quite the favorite, so wo Jii'ltio by the loving ulont 01 the wearers give them and caroming manner In which they are put on. When n bevy of girls get together It seems to bo tho snbiecl of dlKCUsslon us to where they purchased thorn and what they paid for them. Courtship lsagaymosnuerader tinder whloh no eye can penetrate. The lovers assume tho character or Ilomeo, whllo the fair Juliets cunningly play their rolo which would baffle a Biige. when married thay throw tho deceiving mask aside with all that represented the character. For tho first tlmo you have penetrated through tho mask, of deception, and seo them as they are, not as they were. Lcvel'hcnded parents who Insist upon their sons; whether rich or poor, In acquiring trades whllo young, Is the right method for to pursue, as simple tastes and fiucnts habits aro a more valuable Inheritance than broad acres or governnibnt bonds. And It has nroved a mono erroneous kind ness for heads of families toencouraue these self Indulgent habits, whloh end In becom ing sponuiuruis, They say tho shoe merchants are up to the duplicity of women, to keep to the demand of small numbers they hove rcsorlod to tho stratugem of marking a pair of kid boots, which aro three's In reality, down to number two's, and a number two hides It real size under tho falso figure of a ti timber one. Thus tho fair American women are becoming as vain about their feet as the Chinese women lu torturing themselves Into shoos too small for solid comfort. I'hllomathy has taken nulte n hold on tho people ot tho present age, If ono would juugo oy me inwrmiiiuuiu iiumuur ui uuuna Issued by the publishers. Theie are various modes of reading these books somo readers glean ull the Information they desire by reading the newspaper criticisms, others skim tlio surface ust sufficient to gel the flavor without tho subline, but the true lovers of llteiaturo read with comprehension and reflection, aro essentially benefitted. and fully capable of conversing with the literati. Wcddlncs aro becoming such exnenslve affairs that bankruptcy Boon follows In lt train. What won't people do for Those who are In trr to vie with the rich banker's daughter In the display of wedding arrange mnts. They say It Is not unusual for the bride's mother lo hire silverware ut a fash ionable establishment to Increase tho display of wedding presents. Homeilmes the sparkling diamonds worn by tho bride are also hired lor tho especial occasion. And no one but loporlers llud out the secret of such a grand display, Prayer Is the key to heaven, but how few prayers icoend In tho bchnlf ol their spiritual welfare. The majority of people are so as to bu only cousclousot their temporal welfare, belngof tho earth, eattbly, their prayers appertain to nil connected with this world, totally regardless of the next. Man proposes, buiQod disposes, and In ills wisdom He re eels their petitions If they should interfere with their spiritual gooi l'hus nnueis unanswered ure nerlmos mnro beneficial ti an II granted, for In our wo nsk lor that which If granted would piove as fatal as poison. Ah, the vanity of men, ho archly Inquired what number boot ho wore. He hesitated tor n moment then ho replhd, " Well, men are as sensitive in regard to tho olze of their feet as young ladles aro loth to tell their age," but as she glanced Willi Intense admiration In tho direction ol hlsleel, ho remarked, " I Inquired as your hoot nppoared unusually small foru man ol yourslzu. Tills speech had tho desired ellect, he readily compiled lu granting bur the coveted Information by telling her a number which was two sices smaller than that which he more. You can tmugtno his Christmas present of a dnintv' pilr of velvet slippers hnndsoinoly embrold ed. Ills vanity received n small sited shock. Diamonds In tho ascendency, the stones aro set most artistically with patent foil backs, giving them nil the beauty und file of the unrest genuine diamonds, It would tnko qulle a conuotssetir to delect their want ol genuine ues. A Jeweler remarked to a lady customer that It all depended on the wearer of tho fictitious diamonds, if she happened to be a lady of wealth and social posllon tho natural supposition would be that she woro the real, .Many a man lacks tho courage ol proposing for fear ol making too deep an In-, road on his bank account, lor ho well 'knows the great dotlderatlnu at such a time Is a diamond ring, und ono of solntllatlng llancv would cost S5UU or more, und If ne sunuiu uegune lier with one or Iheso snarK ling counterfoils be would fear a possibly ex posure, as she might be templed to have I valued by a Jeweler. CittcKkT. Letter List. List of letters remaining in tho at Maysville, Mason county, Ky., or tho week ending Saturday, December 29, 1883: Adams. Mir. K. A. Klrtes, Mlla Ager. Anulo Lyons, Mrs. Hue U nd win, Mrs. K. A. Morton, Mls Luo (2) It mm, J. O. A Co. Mumford, Martha (-') liUllocK, John A R.U Maloney, Miss II. Bradley, J. li. Muyers, Katie ti) turns, Ludwell Miller, S. It. Karnes, R. L. Morrisun, Lucy (2) Rerst, Conrad Marshall, (Jeorgu Combs, Kleu (col.) Nash, R. W. Creasou, R. II, Parson A Clark Ounnlughum, Barah I'earco, C. C. C trier, Mary .lane l'orter, James Drake, Daniel lfn1.lLAn ftluu A ItUUIIIFUIh .Jtina , Downing, James rttowart, John ('J) Dorch, Mrs, A. M. Hhepport, Hum Felshter, Jucob Black. MIsh M. Green, Mary K. auders, (Jcorgo (Reason, Mrs. M. R, Thompsou, lienjaraln Heston, W. W. (V) nil tier, roiey Uughes, Wallace Persons calling for nny of tho above letters will pleuse say advertised. M. C. Hutchins, T. M. Wrecks Rt Sta. BosTO.f, Dec. 23. The Merchants Ex-change has received dispatches in which It Is stated that the brig Belle Walters, of Boston, from Bt, Johns for Queenstown, had put into St. Thomas, December IiS, with the loss of her deck load and leaking; also thnt the brig A. B. Htonard, Captain Chapman, from New York for Bilboa, is leaky and partly dismasted. The bark Jennie It. Diverly, Captain Roberts, from Richmond for Rio Grand du Hoi, has become a total wreck at the latter port. The crew and a part of her cargo were saved. The bark Nero, Captain Beck, from is at Vera Cruz. She struck bottom in a norther on December 15, and was obliged to jettison 160,000 feet of lumber, which was insured. Opposed to Tinportetl lAbor. Reawno, r,, Dec, JJ8. A potitlon lit being circulated in thli city rcquostlug Con greas to prevent tho importation into this country of foreign laborers, undor contracts made abroad, and Is receiving many signatures of the workingiuen lu this Motion. A Demoralized Mouse. Nkw Yonic, Dso. 28. "Boddons Mouse," alias Steve O'llellley, who was knocked down with an umbrella a fow nights ago by a gentleman whom he insisted on fighting, became wild with delirium tremens Monday night on the streets and was taken to the hospital, Another Orlst of CnrdlnaU, HOME, Deo, 28, An Important Consistory will be held hero In March. Several new cardinals will be created. It is thought probable that an American will vbtafa on of the coveted hats. ORANB HOHDAT ATTXACTI9N AT OF31X Eatrd's laimelEi fltasfar ! TUESDAY-NEW YEAR'S DAY. In a UN AND MATINEE and EVENING PERFORMANCE, with an entire change of pro gramme, EIGHT GREAT END MEN, EIOIIT BRILLIANT tWECIALISTf), NIX NELECT SINGERS, iWPcrsons Uvlne In the eountrr and ndio Inz to nee a GRAND MATIN KK on New Year's PARADE that takes pluce Tuesday morning. niui at iiarry Taylor's news stand. MATl.KB ana ou oenis. KVBninu PRICES 35, 60, and 75 cents. d4 !i B :of every description RAISINS London Layers, Layers, Loose Muscatel, Cabinet Imperii. NUTS Almonds, Filberts. Pecans, Chestnuts, Peanuts, Pigs, Dates, Curra&ts; Citron, Orange and Candled Lemon Peel, , Foreign and Domestic Fruits of all kinds and quality. Finest assortment of A choice lot of CIGARS and M. ARCH DEACON, announces to the public that she has marked her stock down to make room for HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. My Block consists of Dlrds, Feathers, Hats, Velvets, Ornament and Notions Of all kinds. The ladles are Invited to call and sea prices. O J.BAUGIIERTY, ' No. 8, West Bocond HtreeU MARBLE YARD. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones always on hand. Orders by mall will recslvt the sumo prompt attention as II delivered In person. apUklly 1 FINCH CO., DKALER8 IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Oar. Third and Sutton tltrteti, mchSUy MATSVJLLB, XY. Gr.' , JCDD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rent Estate nd Collecting ABeney. Court St., (apl2dly) MAXeVILLE. KY. KACULET, Wholesale and Rotall BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mhHly) it A YBVILLK.KY. AWENS UARUEET, Nos. 67 and 69 Second and 16 Ruttoa streets, have Just received a large stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered to farmerx. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. ' apUS 'Y V. KIEF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly and satisfactorily done. Tonus reasonable. Front street, between Market and Sutton. apllOdly r ANE A WORRICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and ttnclflcatlons furnished an reas onable terms and all work satisfactorily and promptly done. Oflloeon Third street, be tween wall and Sutton. aplildly TACOU LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Ovstera a rnecialtv. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished on snort notice. , . .. 35 Second U raaySdly MAYSVILLE, KY. a IHN LOU FOWLING, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Uoods, RonneU, Rib- nous, riowers anu nuuinery uoous generally. Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all eases. Second, opposite Opera House, mayily pAUI.D. ANDERSON, psssskw DENTIST, flfift No. 21 Murket BU , nearly opp. Ocntral Hotel, Office Open at all Uoun. MA YB VlhhR, XY raayl81y.dJ R.DEWITT O. FKANKLIN, D DENTIST, VNoxt door to Dank of Mays vllle. W TRS. V. ti. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Ronntts, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prloeslow. Secend street, Mrs. Ueorge Burrows' old stand. apllOdly We offer our stock of ladles' wraps, consisting lu plalu und circular, silk plush Jackets, dolmans, paletots, New reduced prices to close. Call and get a bargain. JlcDOOULB A IIOLTON. y D. MATHEWS CO., Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumbar. Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Bash Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hogsheads, Ac. mcn&Jly MA YB VILLS, XY. T W.BPARUN A MRO., So. at, MARXSTBTRXXT. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 80. 15, 10, 15, 60, W, 05, 70, 75. and 00 ots., f I.W and SlJkS per yard. mchSldly O S. MINER A HRO, Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Leather Ana FINDINGS, No. 1, Second, cor, Suttoti streets. mchSldly MAYSVILLK.KY. MEHPK. DYEING ami CLEANING In Hltk and Woolen U&uU, Dresses, Shawls, Ribbons In all colors, (leatleme'i's clolhlns Cleaned and Dyetl Froi I street, below Hill House. uU JOSEPH RUENNElt, Dyer, :OTT03H. TWKI.VF.KKII.IiED HUHICItNS, twelve fdnnt coxebianh. fifty famous fbnny featured. nlng town will have an opportunity of com Day, ruoii'i miss me uuahu nuin,r.i Reserved seats for night performance to be common and choicest FINEST CANDIES. TOBACCO." ORANU DEVINE, Manufacturer of Proprietor of the oolebrated brands: Hold the Fort, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Best cigars In the market. Full variety ol smokers' articles. Second street, ally MAYSVILLE. KY HART E. THOMAS, Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has Just reoelved her fall stock, which will be found very attractive and that she has also secured the services of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One price only. 13 E. Second St., aSdly MAYSVILLE, KY. nEO,COXAB8!f, Dealers In Staple and Fancy ZDZRilT SECOND STREET. mchSlly MAYSVILLE, KY. VT DAVIS, riTRNISIIINO UOODS nad Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fall styles Just received. Market SU, aplSdly MAYSVILLE, KY. T AM HECEITINO DAILY the best brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will be served In all styles. For sale also by tliosaq, hall-can orlu bulk at reasonable prlcos. T.J. NOLIN, at Ulerley's confectionery store, Second St. A. J. WILLIAMS., Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will be sold OnEAP lor the next thirty days. lttll HUU BVO UJBUl, mchaoly No. 20, Eatt Second Street. piQNEW A ALLEN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Sole agents for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves. Roofing and gutter! uk promntly and satisfactorily done. Cor ner of Market and Third .streets, A. R. Olos- ooui oiu sianu. apiiaatw 3Bsta.blla3a:d. 1883. EQUITY GKOOERY. O. W. GKI8EL,' N. ,W. Second HL,Opp.eper Hobs, Frnltaand Vegetableslo season. Your patron- age respeotruiiy sonciii. iimit TF. MARSH. ATTORBEY AT LAW, Jnstleo of tbe Vemmo, REAL ESTATE ana INSUXAHCE AQENT. Will advertlseand sell real estate. No charge whatever unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac written at rates as low as any one s. umoo uurary unuuing, tiuiion street, Vy W. LYNCH, . Manufacturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's fine shoes a specialty Custom work made to order, Repairing neatly and promptly done at moderate charges. No. 41 Market steett, East side, ally ' MAYSVILLE, KY T BLAKEReReVOH, THKBOiS WALTAM WATOH STORB. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Uoods, Jewelry etc All work promptly and satisfactorily done, Seoond St., East of Market. apl7 A HUNAN'S BOOT km SHOE STQRE, Custom work a specialty. Larsjp stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. ft. Market stree , two doors below D. A Richardson A Co.'a grocery. " aidAwly MAYSVILLE. KY. O BNT DOYLE, Every new shade lu ! DRESS GOODS, Crushed Strawberry, Electric Bine, Egyptian etc., and new Trimming to match. Seoond SU, mchJlly MAYSVILLE, KY. T W.UALRRA1TH, ATTORWXT AT LAW, Real Eatateaad Collective; Asrcsscy. Third street, near Court house, mylOly MAYSVILLE. KY. VRW riRM, BISSET, McCUNAHAN 4 SHEA, (Successors to Cooper A Ulsset, Deal era Iss Slav, Ksmkm. Marblelaed Mass tl, sbU mMnnraeln ire r fTlB. Mll Iraa War. Bneclal attention .. . Dald to . tin . roonln. suILai . f -.. T T " " maa sponuux. Praetleal piumoers, gas ana steam Otters. Wrought Iron ana lead pipes, Ac. All work attended to promptly asd warranted. 98 E. lornnsl st Mir WAYtrvirur.KY A M. BOGM8, . DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. il8.Bte.8t. mcbSOly MAYBVILLR.KY rpiN AND SHEET-IRON WttMU. The attention of the public Is called to the fact that I am now prepared to do all kinds of tin and sheet-Iron work at reasonable rates. Also tinware on hands nt all times. - THOU. R. KERtHTSON, Sldlta Second Ht., Aberdeen, O. riOLT RIVHBrUsN, Dealer In BUple and Pane has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately oocupled by CharlesTl. Prank. aplldly ( A, MEANS. FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. Fall line of Barlal Robes and all artlflleVttf quired by the undertaking trade. Urden promptly attended to day or night. mSOly No. 61, JEosf Second Street. p AMMON, 'photographer, Second street, next dooi lo Dr. Martin's apiDUiy NAXMVlLliK.KT, pEORilE H.HEISER, tDoaler In: GROCERXES, Pineapple Harm. Home-made Teatt Cakes. niaySOdly SECOND STREET. IAMEH AOARR, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livory, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to at all times. Fiuest aud latest style Turnouts. UorseaboughtaudNOldon Commission. Market St. fonr doors below Central Hotel, a 123 V a. TRAXEL, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream parlors open for the season. Ab solutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all Kinas. Furaismug weddings and parties a specialty. Prices low. maytaiy D" T. H. ft. SMITH, DENTIST, Will devote his wholo time to the preservation of tbe natural teeth. Dr. O. W. Wardle Will take charge ol all the mechanical work. such as old, sllver.oontiuaous gum. celluloid and rub1 er plates. mchSldly TOIIN T. FLEMING. INSURANCE AGENCY. Represents the London and Liverpool and Globe, Uerman American, of New York, and Fhenlx. of Brooklyn. Also agent, for Blue Lick Water. Offloe corner of Front and Hut-ton streets. apindly O B. OLDHAM, "plumber, Sanitary Engineer, (.. MM.I 11 ,M A M - I . Ah ueaier in nlumber's uoods. Pnmna. Hum. Sewer Pipes, Lead and Iron Fining, Stean and Water Ganges. No. li west Second street opposite Gehtol'a grocery, apl7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. VANCET A ALEXANDER, OLD RELIABLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEEO STABLES, Vehicles of all kinds, good stock and earefa drivers. Horses kept by tbe day, or weok on reasonable terms. Second St., between Market and Limestone. lylLLIAM HUNT. Manufacturer and originator of the cele brated brands of Sliver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood and Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysville, Ky. DACLTON BR., OOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full llneofall kinds of vehicle on hand forsale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest and best ap pointed Livory Stable In the west. Prices as low as a uy. Best attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. tf and 42 weal uecoua tu., apiTUty MAYSVILLE, KY. rilHE EQUITABLE Life' Assurance Society! of tbe United States, issues all forms of Policies. All profits belong to policy holders exclusively. After the third year ordinary and SeraUTontlne Policies are After the third year all policies are indisputable. ROE A LYON, Managers, Louisville, Ky. JOS. F. BRODRICK, Agent, dUAw Maysville. Ky. rpHAMAB JAt'URttN, , Dealer In BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Kprlnir WagoHftaact HarssM. Repository No. IX, Sutton street, Mavsvllls. Uv. . Headquarters for DR. JAt'KBON'rt and reliable Horse Medicines. DR. JACKSON'S BLACK OIL euros mange, cracked heel, wans, greasy heel, prloked foot, quitter, sand cracks. corns eta PrioefiOeeaU. DR. JACKSON'S BLISTERING OINTMENT MENT is an excellent remedy for enlarge. men!, spavin, ring-bone, capped hock, curb suiini cramp or strain of the whirl bone.' price oo i cents. DR. JAl'KHON'S WHITE OIL itnm Inu fever, Inflamalion ot tbe kidneys and rheumatism lu man or horse. Price flu oeats. DR. JAl'KHON'S FOOT OIL Is an egeetv.e remedy tor chafes, sores or (uarutrtiraoK ,in horses' feet and mange and Ifoi In cattle alw horses, PrleefiOoauts. Sent to any addrsJM an raealpt of price. cttoaiy XHUUAHJAUKSUN, AYER'S Sarsaparilla ares Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Gout, General Debility, Catarrh, and all disorders caused by a thin and Impoverished, or corrupted, condition of the blood; expelling tho .blood-poisons from tlio systom, enriching and renewing tlio blood, and restoring Its power. During a long period of unparalleled usefulness, Avkr's Sarsaparilla has proven Its perfect adaptation to the cure of all diseases originating In poor blood anda weakened vitality. It Is a highly concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla and other blood-purifying roots, combined with Iodide of rotassluin ami Iron, and is tho safest, most reliable, and most economical blood-purifier and blood-food thnt eon be used. Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured. "AYKR's SARSArARlLLA has cored me of the Inflammatory Rheumatism, with which I have suffered for many years. W. H. MOORE." Durham, la., March 2, 1682. "Eight years ago I had an attack of Rheumatism so severe that I could not move from the bed, or dress, without help. I tried soveral remedies without much If any relief, until I took Avkr's Sarsaparilla, by the use of two bottles of Wliien I was completely cureu. x jimru uu k troubled with the Rheumatism since. Have sold large quantities of your sarsaparilla, and It still retains its wonderful popularity. The many notable cures It has effected In this vicinity convince me that it is tbe best blood medicine ever offered to the public. E. F. IMltms." River St., Duckland, Mass., May 13, 1882. " Last March T was so weak from general debility that I eould not walk without help. Following the advice of a friend, I commenced taking Ana's Sarsaparilla. and before I bad used three bottles I felt as well as I ever did in my life. I hare been at work now for two months, and think your 8arsapauilla the greatest bloou medicine in the world. James JIavnaru." 620 West 42d St., New York, July 19, 1882. Atkb'S SAHSAPAniLLA cares Scrofula and all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas, Ringworm, Blotches, Sores, Rolls, Tumors, and Eruptions of the Skin. It clears the blood of all impurities, aids digestion, stimulates the action of tho bowels, and thus restores vitality and strengthens tho wholo system. prepared nr Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowoll, Mass. Boia by all Druggists; prtco i, six uouicb, o. Dr. BATE 85 S. Clark Sf Opp. Court House, CHICAGO. AronlarsTidnate. Niee!i11t in tbe UiiiUd HUte. who. LIVK IMie JiilKllll.NCI prf.ct method and pure medicine insure Hro.lT and pkbmament oURrs of ill Prljatn, Chronle and NerrouaDlaoaaea. Afleetionsof tbe Jlloml, NUIn, Kidneys, Jtlndder, Kruptlon., Ulcer., Old Hares, Nwelltnir ni" the Olund., Hiiro Aluulh. Throat. Hone I'lilna, permanentl cured sod radiaated from tho ajratamlorllfo. HEDUAIsCJM""!'''")otoicil&'m(iia! H bill U U O Xoue, Aexiial Decay, Mental and I'hytical Wedkncu, Falling jlrmory. Weak Eyet, Stunted Development, to Marriage, etc., from exccties or any cause, epeetllly, safely and privately Cured. and Old men, and all who need medical .kill and experience, con.ult Dr. Bate at once. Ills opinion coals notuinr. androay ear future misery and shame. When inconvenient to Tisit tho city for treatment, medicines can be sent everrwhsrt) by mall or eipross free from la that a uliyalolan ulio Ires his whole attention to a class of diaeates crcat .kill, and physicians throughout the country, knowing this, frequently recomraenddltncult eases to the Oldcat Npeclnflat, by whom "very known food remedy Is ued. ilate'a Ase and Kxperlcnce mako his opinion of an prcute Imnortnnce. 3-Tho who call aee no one but tbe Uootor. Uonsultatlona Irre and illy conSUIentlul. Caaes which ham fallod in obtaining relief elsewhere, apeclatly solicited. Krmsln !)! eases treated. Call or write, llonrn. from li to 4i to H Kundajf". lo to IS. UuiUK 10 llKd.ril sent Fkik. Address aa above. Don' Punish Your6hiMrer?I K put so to yonr drnmrtst or morchnnt and cet a bottle of Willat World Worm Vuiiify, the most efflrlunt and pulatnblo worm medicine made. It is put tip In dellKhtfully lluvored sticks of candy, and tho llttlo onus love tu tiiko It. PIANO MANUFACTORY F. 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