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FEVER AND AGUE PAD.
r (JURE BY ABSORPTION!
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f Without PosingThe Better Way.
; HOLMANl ,
IIVER & AGUE PAD
Medicinal Absorptive ''
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths.
These remedies which arc the sole exponent of
the Cure by Absorption arc opposed tailoring have
been proved this cheapest and Mutt Effectual Reme
dy for all Ulrcarca Ariringfrmn Malaria or a dlsor
dreed Stomach or Liver, aud It it a well kuowu fact
tbat marly all the disease that attack tho human
body cud bo traced directly or Indlatctly to thee
It li known by actual experience that thero la no
dirt-are that attacks the youth nud adult 01 both sex
es that rati fvl'U lie mo'litluil hy tliu use l drnira,
but that can be acted on lu a fur more uitlrfnrtury
aiid permanent mmmur by the lloLMAN LIVK&
PAIJCO.B REMEDIES. "
jyumtwrlfaw C'itm-n, yirmlly Ac
k nowledgw 1 to if yontl t h e
Hei'h of Medlcing, huvo Vx-en 8hv
fd nndrr tho Mild Action of Thene
If questioned, rend tor our pamphlet, "Nature-
Lawr." plvlng extended Information and tcstimo
mala from the first people ,of the country. Mailed
The remedies are rent by man. port paia. on re
dipt of price, except the fait, which la retit by ex
prcr at purcbaser'a exoense.
Consultation free, and solicited at our ofdev, or
by mull, giving full description of your case.
descriptive price list.
REGULAR PAD- (ft; Incipient diseases. rrt
kttk'e Chlils and Fever, etc.
t-PEClAL TAD-f-'Jui: Chronic Liver and Mom-
ath Disorders, and Muluria.
SPLEEN KELT-f 5 '; Knlareed spleen and
Liver and Chill Caku.
INFANT PAD-ft 50; Prevcntutivo and cure of
Cholera infantum and bummer
) Auxiliaries for Nervous
1IODY rLASTERS-SOc 1 and Ctrculatlvo Troub
le throwing off ob
FOOT ' pair Wc I rtructiuna and rewov
j Ilk pailie
lAuxilarv for coldr. Sick
ABSORPTION 8 AI.T--J Vbeadaclir. unmbuc-ri of
box Ac; oboXcr. fl.it J extrenilller. etc
For further Information ar to '.lere reached by
th Pad and lie Auxiliaries, consult our pamphlet.
tfOLMAJi LIVER TAD CO., ' '
Room Sand 3, firmer Iiullditjr, St. Louis, Mo.
A pot hecary.
SoieArent for the rale of the 1IOLMAN LIVER
PAD to. KEMELIEbln
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF OS E OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will rend one of our HEALTn RESTOR
1NG PADS to any Invalid afflli ted with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVER, ISDItlES
TION. COSTlYENESh. Nervous Headache.
Dyspepsia. Nervoua Debility and Impure lllood.
if they will rend u their umptom and ad
dress and ajrec to rend ur (j.lio if It elfectr
a cure to their entire ratirfacttoD. otbciwiso
there will be no charge. We w ill do this to run
vinco tlw public of tho superior value ur a
OF OUR. PADS. ,
Aim that they will do all we ray. As thlr offer
will necessarily be limited In number, we hope
therefore, an early application willbu made. Ad
dress. ery Ite.pti tfullv Vimrr,
l'i Elm rtreet. Cincinnati, Ohio,
Ph) riclaLa spcait In Terms of I'ralre In favor of tho
Cikciknati. June 2S. 1H7S,.-'
Ilavlnn had somecousidcinble acquaintance with
the operation of tho Pad, I can concleiiclously
recommend It ar an excellent remedv in all thu dis
eases for which Dr. Forher connrelr Itr lire.
I) It. J. IIALLOWELL.
'.T6 titurca Stru't, Clnciunail. ,
What Uev. Jorenh Emery, tho well-known City
Ci.stisati. June 30.
llavinc had a long acquaintance with Dr. Forher,
I am ratirtled that whatever he rccomuictidr ho doea
ro coDrctenctourly, autl w 111 prove all ther promlre.
. hkv. Joseph Emery.
Extroctr from a few of thu Many Lettera frequently
received at Ihu Office.
One rayr: l,l fee) that vour Padr huvo raved mv
life." Another rayr: "Your Pud bur Jurt reached
my care. It hnr entirely removed my cortlvenerr
and consequent biek Headache." Another writer;
'Your Pncf attended rlrlctlv to burlnerr, and in
forty-elcht hourr I felt ni well nr ever." Another:
"Yonr Pad bar cured me of Illllloumcrr nud a tor
pid Liver. I am better than 1 huva been la twenty
yeaxa." Still another mvr: I have eudured all the
horrorr crowing out of a torpid Liver and Dyrneprla.
Alter orinjr your pad all there ilia left me. One
more: "1 havo ured your Padr with perfectly ratlr
factory reaulit, and cheerfully rccoiueud them to
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
The Sufeet. KiiBiont and licet ever
r A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
A purely vegetable compotinfl, not doctored with
poironour llqnorr. being dry a gentle cutbiirtlc and
etTectlve tonlc-rure to effectually euro """' 'f lo
' - moat common and painful dlrearer that batno med
ical rklll. Thorn who have been cured when all
other meana failed, Jurjly rav: "It la the H''t,'t
Wurrlnp of the ago' ''Ibellevol rhould not now
bo alive bnt (or It, Phvnclanrln regular pracllco
t' y : "It worka like a thartn and otl'octtvoly."
'i FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
sV" tV"U tbe KIDN'KY-WOUT cannot otherrf be
rtmdliy obtained, we will mull a pnekiice. pre Pld
- ' "AVS.1 J,1!? "P '"' WKLT.8. RICH
AJU)S0N CO., froptor, JJurllugtoj, Vt. 1
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ottices BolJetln Balldinft WMlUnjton Aenn
H ; ; CAIRO, ILLIOIS. ,
Dally (dollvored by carrterr) per week I 28
By mall (In advance) one .year 1 W
Hlxmoutha 8 00
Throe tuontba 2 SO
One month 1 W
fly mall (In advance) ene year $ 3 00
nix moutna j tj
Three moutha SO
To cluhj of tun and over (per copy) I 50
roamito in an caier prepaid.
, lAdvertlilng Rates:
nrrt inanrttnn. per rquare 11 01)
Hubraquentlurertlona. fct niauro M
For ono week, per rquare S 00
For two wcekr, per aquurc 4 60
For three weekr '. w
r or one month 7 o
Rsch additional rquare 4 00
Ktinural notice ' j 00
Obltuariea aud rerolutlonapaid by aocletlea
ten centr per line.
Ovathr and murriayci free
Irrt Inrcrtlon, per rquare .1100
Eight liner of rolld nonpareil constitute a rquare.
Dli-played advertlrement will be charged accord
ing to the rpaco occupied, at above rater there be
ing twelve liner of rolld type to the Inch.
to regular advertlren we offer ruperior Induce
ments both ar to ratea of charL'ea ktA manner of
displaying their favorr.
Local noticer twenty ccntr per line for llrrt Inrcr
'Ion; ten centa per lino for each fubrequeut luter
Thlr pa nor may he fonnd on file at Geo. P. Rowell
& Co.'a Newspaper Adverttring Bureau, (10 Spruce
rtreet) where advertising contracta may be made
lor 11 in jnbw 1 one.
Communication! npon rublcctr of general Interest
to the public arc at all timer acceptable. Rejected
mauurcriptr will not be retnrned.
ix'tters anu communications rnouiu De aaareraea
E. A. Burnett. Cairo, Illlnoia "
gU'amer. Belle of Shrcveport ...... . St. Loni
C'oua Millar - Mempble
Jamee Flrk Paducub
Clinton ...m. Cincinnati
Towboat, John Ullmore and tow St. Louie
John Dlppold and tow New Orleani
Tbomas W. Meant blU tow. ...Louisville
E. M. Norton and tow St. Lonla
Hickory and tow St. Loult
Belle of Shrcveport New Orleans
Cone Millar Cincinnati
James F;sk Paducah
Clinton St. Loula
Nashville Mlsrirrippl River
Towboat. John (il'more and tow New Orleant
John )Dippo)d and tow H. Louia
" Thomar W. Mesne and tow St. Lonir
' E M. Norton and tow New Orleans
' Hickory and barge Tennerrec River
RIVER WEATHER BUSINESS.
The rivers were on a 6tantl last evening,
with 17 feet, 10 inches on the auge. They
will probably be falling this morning
Business continues quiet A heavy
wind sprung up about eight o'clock
last night, and the blackest of
black, threatening clouds shut out the sky,
and for a time it looked as if we were going
to have a regular hurricane, but in half tn
hour the stare shown brightly Again, and
all was lovely. The duy was extremely
Tlie Nashville goes to a point 15 miles
alwve Cape Girardeau, to get a lot of corn.
She will return ia time to leave on time on
her regular trip to New Madrid tliis after
noon The Grand Tower, for Yicks-
burg, had not arrived from St. Louis at
eight o'clock last night. The heavy wind
probably detained her considerably
The Hickory goes to the Tennessee river
after a barge o lumber It should be
remembered that the Champion will go out
from Paducah to-night, with a grand ex
cursion party, for Sniithhnd. Captain New
man rp(Ucstsus to ay that he wishes all of
Impair0 friends ai.J acquaintances to know
that they will be welcome guests on
the Champion. A fine string bund
accompanies the party, aud a general good
time may be looked for. The Champion
will leave for Paducah an hour ahead of her
usual time, at 2, instead of 3 p. in. so
that those going from this end of the river
will have an opportunity to look about
Paducah for an hour or two The
Southern Transportation Company's beau,
tilul steamer, Guiding Star, is due to-day
from Cincinnati, en route to New Orleans
...... The Natchetz was still aground
at Rising Sun Bar, when last
heard from yesterday The Clin
ton has a fair trip for St. Louis. She
went to Bird's Point last evening, where she
was at work taking on 20,000 feet of lum
ber at dark . . . .John R. N urre has retired
from the office of the Iiflewild rind will bo
succeeded by Mr. W. II. Oakley, formerly
cashier in the general offices of the Cairo
and Vincennt's railroad company in this
city. Mr. Oakley is a gentleman of fine
business and social qualities,
and will no doubt make many new friends
for tho Idlewild....Tho John Pippold
passed up for St. Louis with her tow Mon
day night.... Tho PeSmct.due from St.
Louis for Paducah, had not arrived at
eight o'clock last night. .. .The Clinton
will lay up on her arrival at St. Louis.
Captain John Shunk, alter putting the
Clinton safely away for futuro use, will
take command of tho new Pittsburg and
St. Louis steamer Pittsburg. . . .Tho Gil-
moro and tow got awny for tho South yes-'
terday morning, after adding 500 tons here.
....Captain Mill McCullough, who lias
been attending to somo business affairs in
Cincinnati for tho past week, returned homo
on the Clinton yesterday Tho I). M.
Nortn passed down out ot tho Mississippi
for New Orleans yesterday. Her tow con
sists of seven barges of ice, two of mlscel
laneous freight, and a bargo of coal ami tho
new steamer Ollio 11., tho latter being
loaded with snlt for Helena Tho Cons
Millar passed up lato Mon.l.iy night. Sho
has only a moderate np of Irelght tut a
big lot of people Mr. John Winston,
I cashier on Ilulllday & Phillips wharf bout,
THB DAlLy CAIRO BULLETIN;
accompanied Captain Tom Shields to Bt.
Louis yesterdoy morning, to witness tho
races. . . ... .Captain Sid Humphrey!, of tho
Silvcrthomo, was in the -city yesterday.
Ho is on hi way to visit his relatives in
Evansvillo The Thomas W. Means,
from Louisville for St. Louis, has
a tow of Pittsburg manufactures. Sho
discharged here five hundred kegs of
spikes for the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad It will bo gratifying
to the many friends of Pilot Joe McCul
lough, of the James D. Parker, in this city,
to know that the scandalous reports lately
circulated in regard to him, have been
thoroughly sifted, and proven malicious
lies, manufactured by one of those to1ngs
from the wrath ot whoso tongue
no one is safe. Mr. McCullough
has always borne tho character of
an upright and conscientious gentleman,
and has during his employment on the
rivers and elsewhere, always enjoyed tho
entire confidence of all with whom he has
been associated, and it is to bo hoped that
the evil designs ot tho w icked hearted crea
ture who sought to ruin him in the eyes of
society, will fall short of accomplishing
the desired effect.
A MATTER. OF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS
Tourists, emigrants and mariners find that
Ho6tetter's Stomach Bitters is a medical
safeguard againat unhealthful influences,
upon which they can implicitly rely, since
it prevents the effects that an unhealthy
climate, vitiated atmosphere, unaccustomed
or unwholesome diet, bail water, or other
conditions unfavorable to health, would
otherwise produce. On long voyages, or
journeys by land in latitudes adjacent to
the equator, it is especially useful as a pre
ventive of the febrile complaints and disor
ders of the stomach, liver and bowels,
which are apt to attack natives of the tem
perate zones sojourning or traveling in
such regions, and is an excellent protection
against the influence ot extreme coM, sud
den changes of temperature, cxpoaire to
damp or extreme fatigue. It not only pre
vents intermittent and remittent fevci, and
other diseases of a malarial type, but eradi
cates them, a fact which has been noori
Otis for years past ' in North and South
America, Mexico, the West Indies, Austra
lia and other countries.
SvccEss in the Stock Market. Fev
people understand how large fortunes art
amassed so rapidly in stock operations.
Messrs. Lawrence & Co., Bankers, N. Y.,
have jusf published "two unerring rules for
success," and full details, so that any one
can operate. Mailed free. Their new
combination system of dealing in stocks is
wonderfully profitable. By this method
thousands of orders, in various sums, are
pooled into one immense capital, and co
operated is a mighty whole, thus securing
to each shareholder all the advantages of
vast capital and best skill. TruBt Ji-riaa
every thirty days. $15 would make $75
profit, $100 would return $1,000 or. 10 per
cent, on the stock in the month, and so on,
according to the market. A New York
Fashion Editress and prominent newspaper
correspondent, made over 375 per ct. profit
on au investment, Oct. 5th, 1878. Mauy
others are doing as well or better. Large
or small amounts can be used with equal
proportionate successs by this system.
All kinds of stocks and bonds wanted.
Government bonds supplied. Apply to.
Lawrence & Co., Bankers, Exchange Place
N. Y. City.
H1XU Sl'KIStiS, ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce fiat
they have been thoroughly repaired. ver
thirty new cottages and new, large and
capacious diuing rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture,' nev
beding, spring mattresses, etc. Theipringt
arc situated in a high and healthy Jocality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
aro too well known to need any comment,
i ney are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments aud amusements usually
found at suinmer resorts. The best of fare
1 A ..... t
ana srycieii attention to the comfort ot
guests is gnranteed all for the small sum
of $8 per week. Special rates to families.
J. It. Brown & Co., Proprietors.
May ath, 1879.
Oru Australian tuauk Since trio es
tablishment of the Pacific lino of steamers,
the trade between the United States and
Australia has increased wonderfully, and
Hall's Balsam, for coughs, colds and all
lung diseases, is now a regular urticle of
export to that country, and one of their
staple medicines, .
No eloqueut tonguo or pen is eedcd to
conlmend Coussens' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a euro for Rheu
matism, Lame Back, Neuralgia, Utilises,
Sprains, Corns and Bunions. It is also un-
equoled as a remedy for tho ills that com
monly afflict horses, such as, Spavin, Ringbone,---Guile,"
Scratches, etc. Warts anil
Knots, being easily removed by its iw.
Try Coussens' Lightning Liniment, and you
willwnnt no other. Price 50 cents a bottc.
For sale by Barclay Bros.
Dear BELt-Qur commencement ,
erclntsaraovcr.''! havo received my di
ploma; and am now ready to enter with wit
into tho pleasure! of gay society. Attired"
becomingly . n pure white robc.iucli a
fSls might lots to wear,' I took pioui-
inent part in tho musical exercises in tho
evening. Although I had contracted
severe cold a few days before, I was en
abled by tho uso of Coussens' Honey of
Tar, tho best remedy in tho world for
coughs, colds, and all diseases of tho
thro it and lungs, to sing so well thut I
completely enraptured a largo audience.
Tell uncle John that tho use of that valua
ble compound, Coussen's Honey of Tar,
will cure his cough. It is only 50 cents o
bottle, and can be bought at Barclay Brq's,
Yours in haste,
, i .-.it
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
(O through your house from cellar to gar
:et, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
nted to go through your system from top
t toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
ctres are wonderful and certified to bydoc
to, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
cuial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, rimples,
fcc.. we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound nnd Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
namj is on the bottom of tho wrapper.
R- E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Fa-' Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save your children. For expelling
ormB from tho system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
Ont tcaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbtry's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours aftertaking the medicine. Bcnj. Ly
tle, Union tovnhip, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from m) child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis,Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 ct,. R. . Sellers & Co..
proprietors, Pittsbunrh., Pa. Send for cir
cular. Burclay Bros., Agents
1 The truth is Mroim and will prevail.'
Thousands who have uset and been cured
are living witnesses to tr.c truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver fills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads. :
ili " " " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2 " Linen Note Heads.
The best quality of paper at prices of
int cneapest grade.
5a' pound statements all colors. . ..
li pound Bills Lading.
lj and 16 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
whdesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
luling and Binding, all kinds at The
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy T
JOB METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
Tit- Elegant Sidewheel ParronRcr Steamer
SSU CHAMPION Si
SEW MAN Marter.
A.J. UIRD Clerk.
Leaver Cairo every afternoon nt S o'clock, for
Padncab. .Metropolis and wav landlut". Kor
treijtit orpurrutu apply to fcOL. A. SILVER
Xetv, I'ust and Rlegant PftMitnger
JAMES W. GAFF
Will sell Hound Trip Tickets from Cairo. Metrop
olis, Paducah and Stiinhliiiid. to Cincinnati and re
turn, eood durinu the months of Muv nnd .lime.
fiurludini; rtuteroom in port) for Ten liollnrsf
I imiuniitl otters more attractions to visitor those
iwo months than during all others of the year.
,Bil wlrhiug to favor excursionists, I make this
liberal reduction to any wishing to make the round
tri. The North American biengerfest conum-iices
.Tifje 11th: Ister Wa ack. the ureal J rugcflian
Malum Anderson, the Champion Walker; uud
Pull ilovtou, the world-renowned Swimmer, will
he I here.
t ,7he Animals In thu Zoological Garden will he
111 tneir rummer quarter, annum gn-ni iry
Goods Palace (the Duyunr of American Fashions)
-.will have rpnng and rummer opcnmgs unti
Audwltnttie "iim-io i ucKons
to all. tho "Purls of America" will
bo seeu when
THE GAFF" CARRIES A fl'LL STRING HAND
A good time Is promised Iuvitc your friends,
ntul Join ns lu u trip. , . ...
Leave Calm, p. m., Trldny May llth. Monday
MavJti Friday, June V- Mouday. Juue at. Fri
day, July IS. You. Respectfully.
' 1 HoilEKT V'i WISE.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
ForiVew Orleans, zzi
CITY OF ALTON.
.Friday, June 1:1, at 5 p
T. 8. Davidson.
.Mouday, June IB, at 5 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBUKG.
flEono W. T.knnox Master
Thursday, Juno U, at H p.m.
CITY OP virifsnrnn
R. K. Ulloy.....T.7..7..T...-.". . v
Saturday, Jiue ifnt5p.ni,
REMVI? 'VftfAf iMiia
John Crane ... ... Ma(ltcr
ouiuruay, uuneto' vt 5 p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
CITY' CV VIPVri:i?i
mday, Juno 10, at 10 p.m.
1 Wediiimday, June 11, irt notiu.
. . ) BELLE MEMPHIS.
Wednesday, Jui'io II. at ill p.'
' CITY OF HELENA.
I'aaoSIcKm : MaitM.1
I . rrlday, Juno HI, at tfl p.m. (
1 bmitlay, June 13 at 10 p.m.
! .tampa irmvAnn.
I . w am v&w ? i
"MOKiii Master I
Monday, June ID, l nmtu,
X0 1 Information atiDl to Anchor Lino Ofliou,
""nutUNo.a. " ' -
CM. T1I0SW8 W. SHIELDS, Buut "
JUNE n, 1879.
Fluid Extract !
A Specific Remedy For All
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
For Debility, Lorg of Memory, Indlrporltlon to
Exertion or Rilrinera. Sihortnera of Drouth.
Troubled with Thounhts of Dlreare. Dimner of
Virion. Pain in tho Rack, Chert, and Head. Rurh of
Blood to the Head. Pale Countenance and Dry Skin.
If thero symptom aro allowed to ro on, very
frequently Epileptic Fits and Conrnmption follow.
n ucu me conriuiuion oecome anecieu 11 requires
the aid of an Invigorating medicine to strengthen
and uue up tho eyatem which
DOES IS EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known. It 1 prescribed hy the
uuev euiiucm puyeiciaus an over inu world, la,
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc
Headache. Tain In the shoulders. Conirb. T)lzl
ners. Sour Stomach Eruptions. Had Tasto iu th.i
i'limiu, l aipuation oi tnu Heart, 1'aln In the re
gion of tho Kidneys, and a thousand other painful
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulates tho torpid Liver. Howels. and Kid.
Dry to healthy acliou. lu cleansing tko blood of
ii ii impurities, anu imparting new life and vigor to
A single trlul will be sufficient, to convince tho
most hesitating of Its valuable remedial qualities.
PRICE $1 PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for So.
Pellvered to any address free from observation .
"Patients" mar cousiilt by letter, rocuiviuir the
same attention ashy cull Inc.
Competent physicians attend to corrcspuiiuiuits.
All letters shnnld be sddrersed to,
II. T. HEL5IB0LD.
Druggist and Chemist,
CAUTION! ' ,
See that the private Jroprictn
; Stanip is oh cadi bottle, j
.titi. - 1...
RSUijU t Hi V J&K X W HJKIIE.
CATARH, THE CAUSE- AND CURE.
.u5?ifort,Urr-h; nd ltt to' new trtatU
revealed tho secret of hi succm Ib the toaatment .
m time. Prlc of Pamnhlet2B tu. N,.nrf L. tt
TEACHERS & bttdents
Address, J . C. McULUDY CO., Chicago, III. "
The only combination J tho truo Jamaica Oinaer
with choice Aromatic ami FreucU Brandy for all ,
80?; TO &C(( J'idlcloualy Invc.ted In
-e) 1U C')UUV Wall st., lay the founda-
lion ior sunstantini lortuiio every week, and pay
an Immense prucoulago of profit by tho Now Capl-
tallxation System of oneratinu in Huveka. Pull tx.
planationon application to Adams, Drown A Co.,
Bankers, 126 Droad st. N. Y.
VLiAJX (jjll,"lutreted Cfttl08ue
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS.
Address, Great Western Gun Work, Plttbnr P .
AN ABSOLCTELT PUIIK ARTICLE
Warranted to keen pickle foryears.
Thirty-one years In the marker
Consumers should insist
the barrels when baying.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
62 JLake St., J3 Seneca St.,
CHICAGO. . BUFFALO,
IN POIXT OF
Economy In Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience.
Completeness of design, and
Perfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
- EVEHY 8TOVE RELIABLE,
AND fKOVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For Sale by Flrst-Clas Dealers Everywhere .
Dr. WM. ALEX GREENE,
Writes: I fl,i.j,.A,ii,. ........ .1... t u.... ......
, ' v. ,.,,a, vim.u luni 1 Ulll- ii:si-
cd tho virtues and efficiency of I'oldeu'i Lunio'a
uaTUAiT of ficBr in my private practice in
cases of uenern ilrhllltv. ulnn.. ..-i..
dyspepsia, loss of appetite and nervous ahlli tious!
w uen jiiedieine uad proven moro than useless. I
hsvo found It tho best remedy I havo ever used In
chronic alcoholism, w hen the stomach Is iiImsts Ir
ritated nud food sequlred to nourish. Sold br all
mams mihii uu
vt e wm pay Aaeuu baiary ol lm per mumli
sail eiwn.v, or alluwa ltra comniiMinn, losrll our
w anti nul.rfiil Inri-unmi,. W ana kal w mv.
mylu frc. A UJr.Mtjuaaiua A Co., Mai.ball, Mica.
TO F. O
neft Atfuncy J
Atfuncy Uitslnesr iu
lu tho World
Expensive outdt free
($7 7" month and expenses (riisranfis'd to .Agents.
VI 'Clulflt free. 8iuw 4 Co., August, Maine.
C5777A YKAIl and expenses toaeents. Outtl
Cf ii Address, p. o. VICKEKY, Augusta, M
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pntiiphlu. U. P. HOWELL 4 CO , N. Y.
rpiIE GliEAT ENGLISH REMEDY t
GRAY S SPEQIFIC MEDICINE.
Is Btieclallr rucnin.
railing cure for
potency, and nil
atMeu.cr (hut fnl.
low as a aeiiuenc S
on lelf-ahuset a
Los of Mohinr Tw
Ibieli. 1)lmnn.a.,r vn.i..H l .u rs . ...
aud many other disease that lead to Inaanltv, Con
sBiuptlou i and Frenulum Orvo, allof litiiar
rule aro first caused by deviating from th path f
palure and over-liidulcuej. Th Mpeclic Medici n
I the result of life stuily and many year of ei
''It'iiCtt In treallna the special diseases.
lm to and fre by mall to every mi.
Tho Specif e MetMrln I sold by rll druff ! tt
run iBnicuiar in our paropnier. woiinw
v per pcKtp, or aix wtcaanes rit la, or win r
KSt by wall on rrcslpt 6f the money t
ut oy wall on reestiit or the mnnrv n annrerriiig
TUB UKAl MK1III
No. 10 Mbsnle' Block, Dfrnorr, Mu.
-CSold ln Ckir. III., ky Pua, Vncava, tn4
vi vra.Kin.1 frrri.r.
1 roportlonal returns every week on stockOptlonsol
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