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The lame can be healed and the Hounded
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mend broken bone or cure Caucer, but
they will extract soreness, allay pain, cure
Ulii uinatliui aud a larger rana;e of Mesh,
bone and muscle ailments than any article
ever before discovered.
SilentM!' skill caiinot ko beyond thee'
feels of these reuurkablo preparations
CllitoMC UilKt'MATiHM of many years
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Sores, Wiepinif-Min ws, Sciatica, Caked-ltrea-Is.
Di-torted Joints aud Sprianed
Limbs of tbe worst kind are cured by tbe
White Centaur Liniment.
It will destroy tbo pain and heal without
a scar all ordinary Burns and Scalds. It
will extract the poison of Bile and Stings,
and the frost from Kiozen Limbs. It Is
very eflicacioiis for Ear-ache, Tojth-achc,
Itch and Cutaneous Kuiptions.
Mr. Jostali Wctlake, of .Marysville, O.,
"For years my HheumatUtn has been so
that 1 have been uuabie to stir from the
house. The first three bottles of Centaur
Liniment enabled me 1 1 walk without my
crutches 1 am mending rapidly. 1 think
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C. H. Bennett, Unifglst, Kock Prairie,
Mo., says :
"Centaur Liniment sells better and gives
the best satisfaction of anything in the
What the Centaur Liniment has done for
others it w ill do for you. 1 1 is reliable, and
fl is cheap.
The Yellow Centaur Litiiment
Iswortnlt. weight In gold to owners oi
horses and mules.
This L niment has cured more Sprained,
Sweenied. King-noted and (Jailed 11 or:iu
three years than have all tlie Farriers in the
country in an age. Its effects are simply
We have thousands upon thousands of
certificates as strong as tbe following :
"My horse was lame for a year with a fet
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure and I considered him worthless un
til I commenced to use Centaur Liniment,
which rapidly cured him. I heartllv re:om
mend it. "UhV. OKO. W. FElUtls,
ManorviHe. Schoharie Co.. N. Y."
"Dear Sirs 1 have used Tour Centaur
I'iniineni in my lainiiy, and and it to tie ol
great value. Please send me two dollar-i'
worth, one for the mules and horses.
"Falls Station. Wyoming Co.. Pa.
It makes very little difference what the
case Is, whether it be Wrench, sprain, Poll-
bvilsitinghoue, Scratches or Lameness 01
any kind, tbe eflecti are tbe same. Livery
men, Stage proprietors. Farmers, Ac., should
never be w ttbout tbe 1 ellow ( entuur Lint
ment. It is sold everywhere, and warrant
ed la its ene-u.
Laboratory of J. II. UOE A CO.,
40 liar sr. . New Yona.
Oast or ia.
It is a mistake to suppose that taslorla Is
not adapted to growu persons aa well as
Children. They only need to increase tbe
quantity. But chi.dreo have so many com
plaints for which (as tori a is adapted like
W ind Cone, sour stomach, v orms. 1 etter.
Teething and Croup, that it is especially
recommended for them.
Its effects are more certain than Castok
OIL. It contains no aichohol and is as pleas
ant to take as nonty. 11 ni-vcr gripes, isy
regulating the stomach and towels tbe Cas
tor i a cools the blood, expels worn and
prevents feverUbneas, (mietethe nerves and
produces health then of eoure children
can sleep in quiet and mothers ran rest.
Castoriais recommended by all physician
anl nurses who have tried it, and it is hav
ing a rapidly increasing sale, it is prepared
with great care alter the recipe of In. Sam
uel Pitcher, of Mass., at the Laboratory of
J. 11. Hose A Co.. 40 Dev York.
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AN UNBIVALED ILLUSTRA
When St Kllivrn i..nn,i 11. . mi
siitnuier lloiiiifiv iiini...e in .iui.- .iA.n..
crlti'j said of ll 1 "We ate riot sure but that
ovsiimsiiiim mui iioa insn-water tnnk.
e dii not see what worlds are left to it to
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der that they have reached tbo ultima
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1 ue prospectus r.r the new volume gives
the titles of more than fifty papers (mostly
iiiisimieu;, oy w riters oi mo Highest merit.
I n.ler the head of
we have "A Winter on the Nile," by Gen.
McCiellan ! Sauntnri
n?V!B,".,iy !url,) Ludley Warner; "Out
"""j ifinuow ai iuoscow, ' ly i;ugene
Schuyler: "An American in TiirklsUn,"
etc. 1 hree serial ktoriea nr- aniw.nni.ii.1
By Dr. Holland, the Kditor,
w hose story of "Sevenoak." avctbo hUJz
est satisfaction to tbe reader of tl.e
Ihe scene of this latest novel is laid on
the banks of the Hudson. The hero is a
young man who has been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings," but who, by tbe
death of lus mother, In left alone in tbe
World In ilrilt nn tl.A ..t. .... u. ..1.1
a lortune, but without a purpose. ,
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ol "That Law o' Lowrie's," bv Mr. Hodg
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which have beeu a surprise to the public.
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"Some Experiments in Co-operation," "A
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