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' ' ?aV Alt AY PRAYER MERTIXU.
Th Woman'i National Christian
Tmperanoe L'uIod," in Convention us
fcerubled tn Chicago, ills., October ii,
1M77, decided to observe tbo second
Thursday In December, 1877 as a Nation
al day ol Fastlnjr, i'rayer and Thanks
rlTinir, and request ail tho Wouian'g
Christian -Temperanoe Unions through,
out the land, and throughout the world,
to hold All-Day PrayerMeetlnirs In their
respective Unions, on the day appointed.
Asklnjr that a luller reliance upon Ood
' may be obtained, that a greatiT Union
may be realized, a more cxtensivo union
of earnest prayer secured, that will be to
ns all tho bulwark of strenjrth which we
go much need: that as far as the curse of
Intemperance U felt and deplored the re
medy may be sousht and tound by a u
Ited lorce ol power In pleading with God,
that mutt aod will prevail.
That the leaders be chanjred every
hour, and that a portion of the Scripture
be ready by each leader.
TOriCS R WAVER.
Kft, 1. That we ask the Lord to increase
our taith and tor a deeper eoust-eratioo to
Ood tor our work, and that CUUUan
Women may beronic thoroughly around
to their responsibility iu Unsue-nxj Iciu
No. 3. That we supplicate tn behalt of
the Pastors ot Churches, the Snpterinten
Uenta and Teachers in our Sunday vxhools
that they mar have courage to tW their
whole duty In this matter to the Churehe
and Sunday-sehooU with which they are
No. That our Houses and our Sauctua
ies may bo thoroughly cleansed of this
No. 4. That trom 2 to 3 p. in. be fcpeut in
earnest believing prayer for tho speedy
reatortation to health of Temperance
workers. All around us tho women are
tailing from their post of duty lrorn pny
icial inability to perform tho labor.
Let ua earnestly boseeou our Heavenly
Father for the restoration ot their health,
No. 5. That another hour bo observed
in obeying tho command of our .vlur
"I'ray ye, therefore the Lord of the Mar
vest, that He send lortn more laborers
Into His 'Harvest.'"
No. 8. That young men and women on
the. verge ot ruin may be rescued ami
saved from their sins.
That mas? meetings bo helddurlnu the
evenlnjr whenever practicable.
That all Pastors beorgw.'tly requester!
to maka Tcmptsratioe tlie subject ut their
discourse tl previous Sunday.
That the notice of this meeting be ex
tenstyeiy circulated, be published in
"Our Union" and in nil local papers
throughout thoeotinrry. 'ttmt the Koon
day Pledje ot Silent Prayer by all the
ineinberi of our unions bo renewed and
taitluully observed, . . , ,
)Irs. M. J. CLARK. Chairman, X. .1.
MnJSAYEK, Nirw Hampshire.
MmTJ.M. EUVENS. Vermont.
Mrs. G. SI. AMSDEX. iUsacliusetl.
Mr, M. A. 8T0NK. Connecticut.
Mrs.8. CLOUGll. llhodo Island.
Mm. R.U, FOOTR. New York.
Mri, Col.' PEN'XV. Indiana.
Mm. A-.i WIK EY, 1 IlinoK
Mrs. Jl'Lf A CHURCH. WaMilnRtoti.
Mrs. II. iS. Ji.VVIS, Peunsylvania.
Tub condition of Samuel Howie U irr
Still another, 'fho German-American
Savinja bank of CIiIcbro clowd ye-
trnMj. . --
Tic murderer ftande was yesterday
granted a continuance unlll the Februa
ry term of court, nis counsel will base
his defeoie upon Vit ground of Insanity,
but Ihcujt.is not ycy probable that an
intelligent jury upon examination ot the
evldauce against him will attach much
importance to so absurd a line of defense.
L'kitkd States . Minister Welsh met
with a warm reception In England. The
mayor ot Liverpool and a number of pro
mintnt citizens met Lim on board the
iteamer and formally welcomed him to
Great Britain. We are not informed as
to whttlter Minister WcHi imprinted
kit raby Hps upon His Honor's chrck or
not. . .
Tbe fijcht between Conkling and the
a'lmiui-tialiyn, which is golaff on in the
Senate, lids fair to provo disastrousto the
latter. 8evcral of the nominations sent
in by the president were tejvorted on ad-
verslv br the committees, the cases of
Koosevelt and Prince of the New York
appointments being among tho number.
Reed, who was nominated for the Toledo
(0.) pastoCce, was withdrawn by the ad
ministration, bnt tor what cause is not
known. Friends ot ( onkllng are confl
dent that the president is weakening, and
they are evidently determined to f'uilow
p their advantage.
Mori lull particulars ot the fall of
Plevna throw some light upon the act
ual condition ot affairs there. From the
reports cablad to this country It was un
doubtedly the most desperate struggle of
the war. Inasmuch as Plevna wag ap
parently the point against which the
strongest efforts ol tbe Husslans were
Jirrl, and the fall of which wu moot
earnestly desired, it was to be expected
that here would occur the decisive strug
gle ot the war. Now that it has tallen It
remains to be seen If Turkey will make
peaea upon any terms, or fiht. The
latter eourie apparently would mean the
loss ot everything.
' -IML ,
I an account of the capture, of Plevna
a correspondent of the JUpubliean con.
eludes wltb the followinz rather startling
To this account of thi fall of Plevna 1
must add a lew words destined to throw
gome light on this all Important event.
I bold, on Indisputable authority, that,
shortly alter the last repulse
of the assailants, Prince Bismarck
expressed tha opleion that tbo next au
tack would probably be mora succcsilui,
as the Russians would receive good ad
vice, a bundle of document, supposed
to ba puma for the siege of Plevna, since
then reached Russian Headquarters Iroin
Berlin tad there is no oWcer in tha Kus
aian and Kouinunlan armies who does
not Dtlim that 'i'odelben's plan ol at-
tokTi'bt,nwnthK00,1 "dTlce te
which Prinoa Bismarck relened .
The farmlhgton, 111,, Aivi uils tin
tory 'it nun in that count who, tom
two yean ago, pnrthdse J a farm la I e s
township and received for It what he sup
posed to be a clear title. Lately he was
surprised to And that thu land had bi en
sold three years betoro on a judgment In
the I'nited States court ncaiubt his ven
dor. It appears that in 1S73, Snyder (the
vendor) wa. a bondsman tor oue Lilly, a
defaulter, and lie was sued on hU bond;
Judirment was obteiued in the l.'ultcd
States circuit court, an execution was is
sued, and this laud was levied upon and
advrrtieod to be sold ; that at the time of
sale, Uicr" being uo bidders it was knock
ed oSto the government for tbe amount
of the claim. Now Snyder has sold the
land gone away and the purchaser will
be obliged t3 pay the judgment mil take
his chance of ever getting . money
back. Moral: Never bo su:-j 'liat you
have got a cioar title until you h.,vo ex
amined the neords of every poslblo court
in widen there can be a Judgment which
mny be a Ikn on the land.
I.!tlTl AXf KII.I.IS' HAIP.
UlV S0Ltt!LR3 i-MBVSllED liV MEXICANS,
bi't no ri.riMTB nnnci Lars yet ri
f neciki to IU Nw York WotM.
Wasuin'uTOS. lVcember 7. The anx
iety which has been matilUU-d as to the
iafetyof Lieutenant Bullis and Colonel
Young, ri'.h the troops uak r their coin-mi-iJ,
n no h i; Umgcoid B.irracks, ou
tb Ko Urnde, over two we kg ago in
pursuit ot baud of .Mexican raiders, will
be somewhat allayed by a telegram just
received by General Ord. It will be re
naembered that secret information ot the
raid was received by the United Mates
authorities, and Lieutenant Uuliis, oncot
the most vigilant oflijers in tho service,
was sent after tho marauders, a band ol
.Mexican Indians. He struck the trial ot
one ot the parties of raiders and followed
them across the river, but coming upon
tlicm,ho found that the lores of .Vcxl
cans w as too larsje for his small detach
ment of troops to eop'j with, nnd ho re
treated for reinforcements. Colonel
Davis and Young were also di.-pauhcd,
Willi sulficient troops lor any ordinary
emergency, in quest of other bands of
raiders, widen had committed several
murders anil had stolen several hundred
horses. H appears lrorn tho slight mU
vices received here that Lieutenant Jlnl
hs with bis lorce immediately crossed H e
Rio Grand, and went as rapidly a pos
sible. to the poiot where ho was compel
led to retreat by tiio superior numbers o f
the raider. V huther he found them ut the
same place or hai perserverlnjr fallowed
tlie trail into the unexplored mountain
fastnesses of Northern Chihuahua Is not
known. The lortcr seems most likely,
as had he tallen In with the raiders and
escaped tothl annihilation some definite
inlormation f the results ol his pursuit
would probably have appeared before
this, in the event ol attempting to lol
low the trail ot the Indians into a coun
try comparatively unknown except by
the robbers and murderers who dwell
there, hl: task might occupy a month.
Colonels Davis and Young went Hloiijr.
the river seeking alter the trbl ot the
raiders, endeavoring to rind the point at
wh.ch they crossed the river. To gain
this information they, cro-?i'd and re-,
crossed the river at "-uWl points a they
deemed most, likely to discover wine
traces ot tho fugitive. The upper part
ol the Rio Grando tiows through deep
canons, und In drilling through the nar
row tr-.Mls aUint tiiu river Cue tror'. s
wore tired upon by a partv of Mxi-
vuua ,uUat,Jj IJl"Z n aiiiUU-u. .M
Information has been received whether of
not any of our troops were killed, or
even whether the tire ol tlie Mexican
was returned. Neither Is It known
whether it was the command ot Cullls or
that of 1 ayis or of Yoiinj,' which was at
tacked by the ludians. Gciht.i1 Ord is
ol the opinion that an engagement of
come description lias taken place between
the Mexican Indians and our troops in
the canons of the Rio Grande, but ! :ayg
that tho L'nltcd States troops are of tus
llcient strength to protect themselves.
The stutcmeutthatadeniontraiion has
taken place In Mexicans against the Diaz
Government by tlie friends ol Lerdo is
generally believed here by persons well
posted in ri lation to Mexican affairs, as it
is known that cmUaarics ot Lcrdo have
been actively workintr in tho north o,
Mexico, alotiz tlie RioGra '-.oreVr. tor
somo time p:i;t.
Trouble in mi llllm ollfiff
ContujiOnduui..' . l.ouit 0 ' -Democrat.
Lebanon, 111., Dec 8.-i'or wrr.e days
past the students ot JlcK-'d'-ee College
have been divided In op., v.i relating to
the manner In which they should cele
brate tho coming birthday ot Washing
ton. For years past they have had a
college literary and diumcuI cnttriain-.
rucL ton that occasion, but this year some
are favoring n supper. In attempting to
decide tins Utierenee dissensions nave
arisen and articles of impeachment have
been drawn up against tho prendent ot
the college meeting. The aflalr assumes
a serious aspect, and the students are
holding indignation meetings over the
decifclous ol the chair. The meeting yes
terday was attended by a larirc number
ot students and cili&ns wuo arc in
sympathy with tlieui. The meeting was
orderly and several excellent t,pc en's
were made, getting form their slue et tbe
question, liveiywhere li, town squads'
of students may be seen tiar-hly eon
demning the transgression ol their
PrealiUnt 11J Apiiointtnrnl
AVushinstyn Sj,'Il Dtc. , Si. Louii litpultl
Ctn. Mr. Hayes has lost glrength in Ihe sen
ate by his "amiably stubborn" course re
garding the nominations which he has
again sent to the senate. It Is in this
way, as illuntrated in the cases ot Hay
ward and ot Reed, Stanley Mathews"
man at Toledo ; In tlie latter case. Tliur
man will make a light ngaln-t Reed and
will carry the Democrats with him. Stan
ley Mathews, slnco his vole in the
Louisiana case, cuimot a-k flic support of
the Democrats, and Conkllng, seeing
this, can its enough votes with the Jieino
cratg to defeat the nomination. Senators
Maxey and Haiiey. Democrat", of tlie
pontolllce committee, with Senr.tor ,long
will make tlie light ngainst Hayward.
Jones U Conkliug'g intimate liicnd,
Wm. FWrlilinir, nrntrr In nna ,'Ihihi
Inritirer of 1 iirulliir.
Offers special lnducemcntis in Drc-ing
Cases and Parlor bults. Also in all van
ities of Furniture, such as Folding, Camp,
Cane, Wood Scat, Rockers and chairs;
Rcdstcuds, Ihircnus, Looking Glasses,
Mattresses, and nil other articles of furni
ture Immaginable. The bloody chasm of
bottom prices has been reached, and Mr,
F.lchlioli' now stands ready to meet the
reasonable requirements of tho closest
buyers, either ol large or small quanti
ties, and satisfaction guaranteed. To
lltcnMS and courteous treatment auitrd
all wishing to axamlue goods. I invite
all persons to come end look at, my stock
ami obtoin iny prices. Factory and sales
room corner of Seventeenth s'reet and
Washington avenue. . 17-lm
So rallnre hnor.i,.
1 uerc ii uo case on recont wiicro Vr.
Morris Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
llorthouud has tailed to give satisfaction.
On the other hand, whenever it has been
used by our poople, in severe eold3,
cougha, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
wliooping-conh and consumption, they
are enthusiastic in it prise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, it
does not constipate, and Is sain to admin
ister in all condi.ioiiH of hcall'.i. This Is
au important announcement, and tho suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial nize,
10 cents; large sizes, BO ccnti and One
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Pros.
Also agente lor Prof. Pnrkir's Pleasant
Worm Jyrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price 3Ti cents. Try if.
J' 1. Uraxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where lie 13
better prepared than ever to neeoiumo.
late his patrons and tho public who
may favor him with a call. Ho lias gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
hi has provided with alt tha latest lm
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys ouly first class workmen ond those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will nvelve
The Turner's will give a Grand Dull
at their Hall on New Year's evening.
They know how to do it.
Com mit itt..
All snflercrs from tills disease
anxious to ho cured should try lr . i,
Der'a Celebrated Consumptive Powder.
These powder arc the ouly prtpur.u,on
known that will cure Con-untptiou and all
tll.-ea.-es ol tlie throat and lung.- indcrd,
so strong Is our faith in litem, and a:so to
('mivincu you thut ihey are lo humbug, we
will forward to every suflcrcr, liy until
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your nior.cy until you sre
fcrfeUly satiriedoi their curative pewers,
I you life is worth saving, tion't ilelgy Id
?lvlm? theso powders a tnil, as they wil
-urely cure you.
Price, tor Inre box, f.l. sent to !iiy t irt
1 tiio United States or Canada by mail on
na-tipt of price. Adtlress,
ASH & RGBBIITS,
.'iil Fultnn street. Hruoklvn, N. Y.
WniKEA, Dn the first dny of April. l7'i,
K.iuiiiti Canine und Robert II. C'inin, Iht bin
liatid. maiie, xe:iiliil, tu'inowiolf.ul, nud av
liveief, to .Mim, t'suiv Wiilltuus, now Mrs.
I ussii' Dr:io, s ceriain kale moripie oa lm
No. tliret (:;, in nioik No. lweuty-uli.e (.') in
i j,lvkeai Alyer's mlilltion, to Hie city ol i lirs-tn-,
in the county of Ku!uIo1j1i untl Mal t i Mi
nois. to evcure the payieent of four ctrtui.i j ro
mi!ory not executed by suid Itolurt 11 . Oo
ini', duled April 1. 170, lor two hundred dollar
each, vsyshlo in tlnve, tlx, nine and iliiien
niontlis, ruectivd), fiom the d!it ilir,.,,
will' ten lercent. iuleret from lne ilo.cs thi re
of; huh aift moru'ore wjs r! til nc.r'li
April o, l.-Cil, ilie reci iiltr'b f (liie in mid l; i
il.ilph county, iu book No. una (l) i.l It itM.
c, on iiukc 'M : and
Whimis, m,M m"rt)fni' ptH tircons
other tliiiiKs fi.r the wile bi llifsmd uinriiruKrc.
. . -,, u - . l. . I .
lU-niption lliereiu or the fcuitl Kranlor, in cae
ol iMunli iu tl,t fMyrurnt of tuc id notu or
any part thereof: and
'ni!K., Tne tune fir tb! luyjuent ol'tlm
C! 1 r.t,Knil each ol tli in has ion amiw elops
ed, and tin re now rein liim due on tlie lant ilnee
ol the a'.ioTe n.f minn, ! notes the lUtnoHix Inm
di'J and t'uurtren dolliirs and Wve rents (' IU ').)
Now. therefore, notice i& hereby jnven that,
on I htirtilaT, the Kill clav of J uiitmy, ls's, at
the door of lite court house in Raid city of Chester
at tne hour o: twoo'c.oik p.m. of eaid day, the
underpinned wid otter raid premises lov aaleto
tbe highest bidder lor ewh in hand and on mak
iiiU 'aid fa!e, will make, ex?uie. and deliver to
C AS.-IK DKlfrt,
Formerly Ca-nie Williams
Ayer &A cue Ohi o,
Fcr l'cver u.,-t ji
vcr, liuJ -';r. I-'. ...
li,n-!i ' .av.u. . li'h'.:..- i
-, . , ...j., or.v. uiueed all the e'SuL1' r
r. Idea ai iso il-om Piulriou, uiat'i, i
N') l)ll: T,( 1 ; I.,, ;
'A 111! i,
hu di ,..t.
Rue'-, founded on proof, i'jj.j
aii'-e from it' u.-c in ,u,v i ,,-u :
'I'hitl whiib proti ,". li .i i.
ilisonltr must lc el m, ,j
eonMi.uniii.'K v.l.e'.' ii !
U better than eitte' ,
risk whiVh liu ni'i-t i ,, ! ,
tliis bah fid ilisteii." i .
the nna.-ui.-.:i,.' ji-rui ,i i rti
fiom Uie - id p:'-, t,i
n.eut of tlie di-ea i . ii i , .
appro, li of it- i
l10-it Mi;jl I '": IV l,f !);,
c:l.,-r et i r i'Iuui i.,. d o-. ; .
tiiin eui"? ol lnini:,.i,i ,1 i.. ;
ihi Quiiiine tn' k'llieiel. ,
due, a no q,iini.ii:, o ' li.' i
vhaiefer upon tl, i,'i'ui:,..
i,y u are b .". :i h. on,.. ...
h id Mie di-" 0 .
I'i'te r iml Ij, tie I"
"iiieneti of Uie imafiii 'it - n,j., ;i. . U. (
variety of dior,lrn ari"i fiom ,i ., ,riii.,ii -n,
Ituiong- whiih uie .eiirl,-U. iil.eutti,,.
tiam. Cioul, Ilrailutbv, lilimln,-,.,
Tuotliucbr. Kurucbr, l .ifiti rli. .!,.
mu, ralpltdtlun, i'rtlufnl trerrio,i
f lb ftiltMn, Ilytlfi'ira. I'ul.i Iu lie
I!oli. olU-, Parult.li. nn I d.'ti.o .-.
rnent of the Moinrub, .id if wl:t,i, wi
orlirlnHtiiiif In thi i':itu,o, put on Hi., ii.t .
tnltlent t;-p, or be-.1 OIIIC ll.'l l 1 :' .'!, I '.i
' ClUK" t'xpuis the poi.iin fruoi tl l,,o.t,
and eon' ei,ently cure... twin n'l ;,lll.e. Ii m
Ml IllVllltml !, pi-nieciion to llillidVi.ili'.
per-oii" tiMvi'llim or tiMiiiior n ily ivldieit in
tin- m.'tlni'ioiiK ili-trii't-. If tttku iircfc.oa.
idly or ilnlly while ei,oe t lo the infi'rlion,
tJ-.-ii v. Ill lm fX'Ti'i,1 Horn tlie ytr'n, nnd
rainml i" ,'timiilnli in -uHi'leut (ilintty t-rii-
ii into ttii,ne. tli'iiro ii ! cuni ninrH
Vlllll ll'lc lor i-nl""'lloll llllill cine; fin, f, Vf
w ol i v. r i',.T.'r IVoni I'.Vnm' . - i t - ll' lo,
... I t'l.'noi i i f l'." proiiTti 'ti tl.i rem.
I,,.' I.Imt '"fo,l','tif, nriains from t-rpiJ-lly
of tbe t iv, t, it i. 'mi rti-ellent rctnidy,
i-'ii',nhith. the I.ier Into healthy nativity,
roi l tii-odui inc ninny tmlv rrroarkaM curat,
m In ie orlur r.iclcfi;p full,
lr. J. C. AY Fit A CO.. Lowell, Mmi.(
rurtlrnl and Annlilirul Clum4$tn,
AND HOLD A IX ROUND THE TOIUfc
MATC H LE S2
In tlie World. AK FUR IX.
TAKE KO OTUEK.
TTaXT. "ill BV ILL rKlLIHI
we :in . .
m mm tdimco eo. ihooiiyh, .t
New York Store !
Old, Reliaalo and Cheapest Store in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS !
Largest General Stock In tha City !
Otli M.. nint I'omiiierelal Aveuue,
NEW DEPARTURE IN BUSINESS.
Goods from this Date to bo Sold Cheaper than ever.
Remember, wo toothy adopt tho lull cliuiiffu system un i sell goods ot ,thu very
cIost;t iuarilti, tlviriK tlie one and two cent ploces for chutiiro. JCvery peHOnwdv
lug; their rxact change, nnd not cliargi.ij: live cents lor three; ceufs wortli of good.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES,
A tew ot which we five below, lleracmber our stock is lurjre, iiiid nil goofls sold
on f.itnc l)ii.-, nntl regular vliuugo made :
Host Hlo Collce, - - 24c per lb Palm Soap, ' -4c per
Prime " ... ic Mut.lies. - . 4o " '
Fair ".... o ., lage, - . Co " "
arched Kio CoUop, choice, 20c " Rest l.ye, . - o " "
" " good, . i:5o " " Soda, - - - - 03 " lb
Asuicsr, .... lie " Blueing, 4 oz bltle, 4j " bttlo
C ' - stiwdurd, - Mc " " . . g..
NO" ' Bit Standi, - - (In "lb
lilee, beat . 8c " " "nd " ... :,i lb
" iad .... To " " Zinc Wiivh lJoanlw, 13o each
Sod CtaeUertt, ben - - - " " stove foliati, - - 4e pr nkk
Best cicrman Soap, - - 7c" bar 1 lb Cove Oyster, s "can
" rauiiiy ' - - - Co" " 1 " lull,- -lOc ""
Yarmouth Corn, ... ISc cun ?'?"' ' '2-c K"11
. n .. lilackiut', . - 4u "box
l'tppcrS.iuoc, - 8c " bltle Salt, per barrell - Jl.W.
HARNESS, NAILS, PLOWS, ETC.
I'rltii!, ber yard, f., i; and 7c. Muslin, per ynrrt. f. 7 and Sc. Flanncla from 19
to 33c per yard. ..'t ;iii, trom 16 to 5lh) tx r yurd. Tieliingg from 9 to inc. per yartl
LaUii's'JIosp, So pr puir. t'. Spool Cotton, 2K) yards per upool, 4c. t'lurk'a hot
llirend, per spool, lie. Full lino of tienfa underwear, very low. We have tlie
largeai lino of Staple mid taney Dry lioDd1' in outliern llliuulu, tltfi prices ot which
re ia i J f iiurnntoed tun lowest.
We alio call
Boot and Shoe Department.
Whir ii U coi,)pl''e .iivl stock v, ll selected. Uonts from $2.00 to J J.'O. Shoe lrorn
CI. im to Si.iH.' per pidr.
We would ?ay to the public that v.e adopt this rule in inaUntf chaiijie, Ixdiev
int; it to be tho best, and only rlyht way to do business. Kvery ono Is tntitleil to
heir rih: chanKMiud should not pay tlvo cents tor an article which should be
bought for ttiri'i! cents. We aro determined to Bell goods low as iieretoforo. The
success of biiiiaws hi to sell jjoodi at a low margin, which Insures tin Increase ol
Pariie frntn th country who buy nuiall job lots lor lamily u;o. wo will snye
them money by culliiiu on us. Ketne'niber, we nieau what, we fny nnd only a'k a
cull. Prices subject to change ot market.
.GK.VlS MIAMI POWDER CO.
Of Ten Years' Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste Whclty Gone. Entirely
SAHFCFS'ij RADICAL CURE,
lsfrt.ec.-: 'z ,P.ct. OxmicmrB -1 rpel eom
Belled to m i kooleii,-o lo vou tne yrent benrtlt
BijiFOiiD'a KiDioLC.ri!i ha. bcn to me" For
n yean I have beta afflicted with thi. loathtomu
illaeaac, and especially lu tiio winter tlmi bus It
ceen moit aevere. Tiio ill.cliariie baa b-en illicit
and bloody, tmlttln a foul oiior to bad that my
f reneace In a room with oth'.m was very o'Jcnslva
them. One week at'u-r ro-nmenclnff (lio ibh of
Bavfuru'ii KriCAL Ci Fit I w:. not troubll wlta
It at all. Myi' titi- fit tnsto anil imell, wlilcb vrrt
vhaUti (rone, have now f'tlly rturnfd. and my kqu
iral bealtli U UiUcUunprovert. Yuan,
MEtuomvK h. Konn,
CBAjrc Rirrpi, Mtm., Kot. c, vm.
' Gentlemen : Tho tarlrairo of Burrotm'i Cntl
irrlri-d berutinlKhtuUrlit. I don't Icdow what I
Should have dono lntLnd not been for thi. remedy.
havotrledNual Iou, h snnd everythlnir elfiq.anii
altnouph 1 liftvu beenailc toHtnpttie oir'nstve dl
chirKii.l have not beer. ahl,. to recover my niie of
lute andkntell until I tried SANroitD'aCURK. Ton
can refer any ono rot chooiu, to me, and. I will
cheerfully Inform tnen In detail to tba benelic
Lit reueuy bu leea tome. Tiira.
V. iiki-BoriiNK ji. Font).
(iKam tUTISS, 31ICI1., .N UV. U, Ui'J.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Kot etily promptly arreiti the eorroi11iifrdtPichare
n Catarrfi.but, tiy Byinpathetlc artlon, tt re.torui to
lound health all tbe orpin of the head that Iiav4
become affeete 1 by it, liu nibltaaj- ol lUa (uUon.
Lug alfecUoua :
Defective) Fyelfhr, Inflnmed nnd Mattery
yea, Painful unil Wntrry Eyea, Lou. of
Ilearlnif . KMruchc, N'rtiralgla of the Kar,
lla harifa frtun tbe Kar, UlnelDg Nol.es
in the Head. Dlulne, Nervoua Head
rhe, Pain in tho Templi n, Loiia of tho
pienaeaof Tantnand Hmell, Kloni(Htloti of
the I'Ttila, Inllamnuttlon of the Tonalla,
Cough, llroin-h.lliUud Ulcedluguf Ua
Each pirVap. eontatn! Pr. Ranford'a Improved
InbaliDK luti... with full aid caretully prepared dt-r-cilomfor
un In ullra'i . I'rlec. $!. Foraaleby
all wholenala and retail druuKt and dealera
throtif hint the United Stafi and Cna'i. Wr KK3
ft F0TTKU, O ienaAk-c.'o-a Wliuicsalo Drug
.iu, BoujlJ, Ma.
AS DeetwvCalTri!i Ilattery, eombtne4 With
a highly Medicated Planter, formloc tho
I randeit curative igent tn the world if tnealelna,
and utterly turpatiini all other Plwura heretofore,
lim They aceotupliih mure la one week than
Iba old Plantera In wriulg j gar. Ttur 4w uvt Pal
of Ilia Lunsa.
of tli'l Liver.
01 tne nnuiD.
of tiio Kerveff.
of tho Mnick.
of the Joint.
of tiio H nes.
fto mltti-r what mav he the extent of yoejr imffer.
ln,trr ornof ll,i'irl'ltem. Uellef U (n.Mtan.
iiu,e fact.uppurtcd by hundrednoftntlmonl.il la
pur powetilon. Uar in mind that the. mo.i luipor
Unt dlKO'erle In pharmacy date liack Utathan ten
fean, and that coinhinatlonaof ifuina and ruencei
cf plaota tnd abribs arn herein united with Klco
Irlclly to lorm a curative Winter, In aoothlnir.heal.
It,if, and trenirthenlna propertlen aa far superior to
(irollierl',a.ura UrrAolora In.HIIIMUieiUulUfltf
CliJauMaU ii to IU aune-lKCb,
Trl; an Oentw.
T enHiil to eall for C0LITN9 VOLTAIC TUB
TaHWtt yon sat aome wonuieia Imitation. Bold by
111 Who etala and KeUil Drairirlita throncbout tha
I'Tilte-l Katra and 'anadu.aniTb WUaUi
lilt, lrcprItora. lloiiun, kaM.
View of Marriage !
rairumstv vrvaiDCal anq
-0iifltiiiual lntttiM un ttv
littlvf of marrlnKi tntl th
'A n UjW tnti of Hproduiittn and
A Wwk tor prlvtt, ronaid
te rcailiitg. SUJ HStit pric
nittiiapJIVA.1.MtP,CA!i A0VI8ERI .
u-nJ or orat Di, mm IA
haWa AliMaM Ha.
Aiiatr uouv ttMit pottMid on nt&pt tt trial t tt IT1 Ouajk
0. Patier & Co.
at - -
In the wonderful medicine hi which the afflict
e-l are nliovo directed for rclle', tho discoverer
relieve he hasromhincil in harmonu more of
,,,,, e,r,BICiii 1.1IIUUVU iiroiierue, wnicii
(.Oil ha8 initl ClI into tllO Vei-ell,ln i nir,lr,m
for healing the aick, than were ever before com-
miic't in one mciticino, l nc ovliienee of thin fact
li found. In the ereut variety ot moat olntlnaie
ilie:iH'S which it ha been found to conquer. In
the euro of lironcliltla, Novero Cougha,
ninl the early ataccaof Conaumptloii, it haa
nstontrtheil tho medical faculty, n,i eminent
i.M.cit ion. jiroiiuiuice it, tne greatest meiucal
discovery of the aeo. While it curoa the aever.
est CotiRhs, It strengthens the svittem and pari,
fie the blood. Ily Its grmt and Ihomturb
blooi.nirifj'li)r properties, it cure all tin.
mora, from the worat Nr rofula lo a common
Klotcb, I'lmplP.or Uropllon. Mercurial
aieciuie, Mineral 1'nnon.,, end ihcu ttecta, aro
enulicaied, nnd Timorous hettlth and a amtnd
unntltntion established. Krfalpolaa, Salt,
rheum, Fever Korea, Ncaly or Koogh
hhlii.inahort,all the titirncroua Ui.casca canned
u mm oioiKj, are conquerea oy tnia powerlul,
puiifying, and lnvigorutlnB'imcdicinc.
If ron feel dull, drowsv, debilitated, have sal
low color of ekin, or veltowish brown apoti on
fnce or liody, frequent headache or dltjUnena,
hud i.vt'e in month, Internal heat or chilli alteri
n.-itcd with hot flitehes, low spirit, and gloomy
forcandinir, trreenlar appetite, ami tongue
coaled, vou are niOcrini from Torpid 1,1 wr.
r "nillonaneaa.ri In manv canes of
"Liver Complaint" only part of theme
ytnptnmi re exierlcnreil. Aa a remedv for
all neh case, Vr. IMcrce'a Golden Mcdical'DIi!.
tnverv haa no eqitnl, a it effect perfect cures,
leaving the liver etrengthened and healthy.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS AT $1 PER BOTTLE.
Prepared Ivy n. V. PIEnCE, M. D Bole
I'roiirlclnr, at U s WottUli'S ClarSKaABy,
e ur ASTHMA, mm OaxSuUB
wknaaial taiautan amy mm tf uttm r
a uniLLMN fl ait9lMwTA
Permanently ourod no humbug by out
month's uKe of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Kit Powders. To convince uurert
ttmtbene powders will do all we sluim fni
tbem, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Ooulard it
the only pbysirlan that has ever made thu
dlicaee a epeciul study, and as to oui
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powdirn.
we will gaarantee a permaiient cure ir
very ttie, or refund you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should (five these
Powders an early trial, and bo convince)
of their curative powers.
Price, for large box, $3, or 4 boxs 101
810, sent by mall to any part ot United
statesorCatiada on receipt of pries, or by
express, C. 0, D. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS.
8(10 Kulton Street. Brmklyn. N.T.
am ll&a ' "N.
, Ths Arm ofO Haythorn A to,, it this day
dltiolved. J. S, Uowe. of CleelnnatL, ntlres, a
r. Llv.to, Clr,IUfriltJ. atjrlatbe
j li Etnt
m. evil crra n
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nave to rub them, and It did not shrink my woolom, and fer once I was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladiea try it, and you will late labor, time and neney. It I
perfectly safe to ue it. MRS. A.
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