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THE DAILY, BUILtlTTN.
The lata M. Littre, who was (or many
year one of th erponcnU of the pos
itive philosophy, wu baptised m a
Uiembet of the Roman Catholic oburch
a few momenta before his death. A
year ftffo M. Littre published a profes
sion ol hia faith in which he said:
"Some pious souls have troubled them
selves about my inmost feelings. It
bai seemed to them that, not being an
absolute contemner of Christianity, aud
heartily acknowledging that it pos
sessed grandeur and conferred bless
ings, there were chords in my heart
that it might touch. It was a begin
nincr of faith, they thought, to enter
tain neither hostility nor ooutcnipt for
a faith which had reigned for many
centuries over continents, and which
even now is the consolation of some of
the faithful. I have questioned myself
in vain. It is impossible for me to uc
cept the conception of the world which
Catholicism imposes upon its true be
lievers, but I fool no regret at being
outside of these creocia, ami I can feel
within mo no desire to eutur within
" wnaTttfn'a wrwve ntivruoa.
If you are weak, or languid, ubc Frazier's
If your flesh is flabby and your com
plexion sallow, use Frazier's Bitters.
If you live in a malarial district, use
If worn down with the care of children,
use Frazier's Bitters.
If you have got the blues, use Frazier's
If you have kept late hours and lived
contrary to the laws of health, use Frazier's
If you need toning up, take Frazier's
If you have abused instead of used na
ture's gitts, use Frazier's Bitters.
If you feel old before your time, use
If life has become a burden and you have
gloomy forebodings, use Frazier's Bitters.
If your hands tremble and your eyes have
grown dim, Frazier's Boot Bitters will
make you feel young again. Sold by all
druggists everywhere at the low price $1 00
per bottle. Frank S. Hekrv & Co.,
Sole Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Geo. E. O'IIara, Druggist.
What She Called Him.
' A well-known educationalist vouches
for the truth of the following: A teach
er in a lower grade in one of our pub
lic schools received a new pupil the
other day a little miss of six or seven
years, named, say Mattie Brown. Af
ter taking her name for the school rolls
according to the custom, the teacher
"What is your papa's name, Mattie?"
, "Mr. Brown."
; "Yes, but what is his first name?"
"Dou't know his name is just Mr.
'Yes, yes I know," then as a bright
Idea struck her, "what does your mam
ma call him?"
Oh! I know what you moan now,"
the innocent child replied f "ma she
calls him a darned old fool!"
'It is safe to conclude that the teach
er did not rogister the child's father aa
P. 0. F. Brown. Jiochester Union,
'Do you want to live .any longer?'
paid Avery Green, a wealthy farmer of
Hannibiil, N. Y., as he stepped into
the room where his wife lay suffering
from a lingering illness. "Yes," re
plied 6he. "Well," said he, "I don't
know as I do. We are paying out
money all the time for doctoring; and
It dou t amount to anything." He took
his revolver, went out to his orchard,
and fatally shot himself through the
Mr. Hi-aley, the artist, says that
Prince Bismarck talks very rapidly and
with groat freedom of men and things.
"We talked much of Motlev," says
Mr. Ilcaley, "of whom, strangely
enough, Bismarck could hardly speak
without tears. Ho was anxious to soo
a portrait of the man for whom ho had
a very tender and prolonged friend
ship, and one morning I brought Mot
ley's picture to him. lie took it in his
hands, and was quite overcome by the
sijrht of it Bismarck repeatedly said
of Motley thai he was one of the most
interesting men he had over met. 1
subsequently painted a portrait of the
eminout historian for Prince Bismarck.
Bismarck is so iutcnselv individual
that ho is easy to paint. ' lie was some
what nervous but always willing to
agree to do exactly what the artist re
The Human Hair.
HOW TO PKE8KUVK AND BEAUTIKY IT.
Many persons abuse this delicate and
beautiful ornament by burning it with al
coholic washes and plastering it with grease,
which has no affinity for tho skin, and is
not absorbed. Buhnktt's Cocoaine, a
compound of Coconnut Oil, etc., is unrivaled
as a dressing for tho hair-is readily ab
sorbed, and it peculiarly adapted to its
various conditions, preventing its falling
off and promoting its healthy growth.
Housekeepers should insint upon obtain
io? Buhnktt's Fuvorucu Extracts, for
they arc tho best.
A Renovating Remedy.
Ii to be found in Burdock Blood Bitters.
As an antidote lor sick headache, female
weakness, bilhouB, indigestion, constipa
tion, and other diseases ot a kindred na
ture, these bittisrs are InHluablc. Prico
1.00, trial sizo 10 cents.
Mast ralroads havo discarded the old
tntko of scales, substituting the improved
Howe. Borden, Bcllick & Co., Agto., Chi
Mrs. Selirfriod, Marion. O.. says Thomas'
EcloctricOil wu triumphant in her case;
no used it lor a severe cold and pain in
side, and was relieved in a few minutes.
Paul 0. Schuh, agent.
It is smmlv msrvoloua how
stlpatlon, biliousness and sick-headache-are
cured by "boilers' Liver mils.'' Price 25
An Exasperated Jury.
Jim Webster was up as a witnoss
yesterday. Ho was present when a
quarrel broke out In front of the court
house a few days previous. The judge
"Turn to the jury, Mr. Witness, and
tell them what you know about the
tight You must always address the
"All right Judge," said Jim, turn
ing to the jury: "Gi ntlemen of the
jury, Deacon (iabo Snoilgt ass was pass
ing along by de court, whore dar was a
crowd ob nigger loafers and one of dem
said siiffin about peaches and spring
chickens. Deacou Snodgrass turned
and said," continued Jim, looking
straight at the jury, he said. "'You
em (e most miserable crowd ob loafers
eber I laid on, you ain't fit for niiflli
but loaf around de Austin Court House,
and be put on de jury to draw a dollar
an' a half a day, wldout working for it
"Your Honor," said the foreman,
rising, "are wo to be iusultod with im
punity?" "I was only tellin' what Deacon
Snodgrass tolo dem nigger loafers in
front of the court homo," said Jim.
The jury found Deacon Snodgrass
guilty without leaving their scats.
N. B. There is reason to supposo
that Jim Wobster had a grudge against
Oimiljrrusa, and thats why ho
gave his testimony in the way he did.
A Ministerial Stateiaciit.
Rev. C. A. Harvey, D. D., is the popular
financial secretary of Howard University,
and is specially fitted to judge of merit and
demerit. In a recent letter from Washing
ton to a friend he said : "I have for two
years past been acquainted with the remedy
known as Warner s Sate Kidney and Liver
Cure, and with its remarkable curative
efficiency in obstinate and so-called incura
ble cases of Bright s disease in this city. In
some of these cases, which seemed to be in
the last 6tages, nud which had been given
up by practioncrs of both schools, tile
speedy change wiought by this remedy
seemed but little less than miraculous. I
am convinced that tor Bright's disease in
all its stages, including the first symptoms,
which seem so slight but are so dangerous,
no remedy heretofore discovered can be
held for one moment in comparison with
Warner's Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure.
Good Words h orn Druggists.
"Malt Bitters are the best 'bitters.'"
"They promote sleep and ally nervous
ness." "Best Liver and Kidney medicine we
"They knock the 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive peoplo gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no rivals in this town."
"Be6t thing for nursing mothers we have."
"We like to recommend Malt Bitters."
Tho robol General N. 13. Forrest's
name was notNapoloonBouaparto, but
Nathaniel Bedford. So a correspon
dent writes, and adds: "His mother
lived near Memphis during tho w ir,
while that city whs in the hands of tho
Federals. The old lady, who was quite
a unique dimeter, would occasionally
ride into town and give the Yankee sol
diers 'a pieco of her mind,' telling them
that hor 'Bedford' would soou conm
and run them out Ononoorlwo oc
casions she was in our camp, and al
ways addressed her sou as 'Bedford,' "
m a .
The Blessing of Regular Digestion
Is best appreciated by those who, having
lost, have ultimately recovered it. To form
an adequate conception of the horrors of
dyspepsia, one must have experienced that
malady in its chronic torm. A temporary
fit of indigestion( though doubtless trouble-
Borne enough, can give no suitable idea
when it has taken continued possession of
tho stomach. To anticipate and prevent the
chronic phase with Hostctter's Stomach Bit
ters is the wise course. While that incom
parable invigorant aud corrective conquers
tne most obstinate types ot dyspepsia, it is
always wise to use it early, and thus avoid
prolonging the process of cure, Flatulence,
heartburn, tieadacho, biliousness, palpita
tions, nervousness, loss of flesh and annetite
and other concomitants of dyspepsia, arc
an remedied by this sterling medicine
Use it before meals and on retiring.
What Rum Will Do.
Some yours ago, in one of the coun
ties of New York, ft' worthy man wa3
tempted to diiok until drunk. In tho
delirium of drunkenness, he wont homo
aud murdered his wife in the most bar
barous manner. He was carriod to tho
jail whilo drunk, and kept there through
tho night. Awakening in the morning,
and looking around upon the walls,
and seoing the bars upon tho windows,
"Is this a jail?"
"Yes, you aro in jail," answered
"What am I bore forP" was tho ear
"For murder," was tho answer.
"Does my wife know it?"
"Your wifo know it?" said some
one. "Why, it was your wife whom
On this aunouneemont ho dropped
suddonly, as if ho had bcon struck
dead. Let it bo remembered that the
constaMo who carriod him to the jail,
sold him the liquor which cuusod his
drunkenness; the justice who issued
the warrant was ono' of thoso who
signed his license; tho sheriff who hung
him also sold liquor, and kept a ton
Honored and Blest.
When a board of eminent physicians and
chemists announced tho discovery that by
combing some well known valuablo reme
dies, the most wonderful medicine was pro
duced, which would euro such a wide ranye
of diseases that most all other remedies
could be dispensed with, many wero skep
tical; but proof of its merits by actual
trial 1ms dispelled all doubt, and to-day tho
discoverers of that great medicino," Hop
Bitters, are honored and blessed by all ns
Thuuha.su of Udies havo found sudden
relief from all thuir woes by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vcgetablo Compound,
the great remedy tor d wanes peculiar to
females. 8cnd to Mrs. Lydia E. Tinkham,
283 Western Ave, Lynn, Mass., for pauip-lets.
i ii t
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumhgo,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on rarth equals Kt. Jaoom Oil u
f', urr, im)r ami thmp Exu'nm! Remedy.
A trial entails hut the comparatively tritlltip outlay
or no OiiCh, and every one MinVrttiR with paiQ
can have cheap and positive proof of its claim.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
SOLO BY ALL DEDOQISTB AND DEALEES IK
A.VOGELER & CO.,
Baltimore. Md V. 6. M
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Losa of appetite.Naunea.bowelg costive,
Fain in tneHead.wTth a dull sensation in
the back p'arQ'afn underjth shoulder
blade, iillneofterJeating, with a diain
clination to exertion of body or mindj
ofmemoryjWith a feeling of having neg
lectetTsbme dEtjwearineas, IliBiineaal
luttering-oXthe Heart," Dots before tha
neas at uightThtfihly colored Urine.
IF THESE WABtflKGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILLS ! eMlally adapted to
ucli OMHtm.oue dune effort. uthitcjiig
of fecllnif as to astonish the Hiifl'erer.
They IiK'rriiM t A pMf ite. and cmise the
tXKly to Tube on t'l.nli. thus fie nystem I.
nourlantHl.anil hy lln-lr Ton te Anion on t he
dined, l'rlce '& wills, lift Wnrrwy sit., Bt.V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Orat Haih or W if irk kk changMi toaOtossY
Hi.ack hy a sIhkI" application of tills Dv. It
Imparts a natural color, acts InstanwiiBOUsly.
tiulJ by Diutlialnir Kent ly oipreiu u receipt of 1.
Office, 30 Murray St.. New York.
(Dr. TrrrS M l, of V.Ih.M. lnronn. ud k
nwful Km, liit. tll In aillHl HthK yillnlKia.
p. r. HUTI-f.TOS,rhlra,r(i. 1 htvsrwelvod w""nl
ralluirruio usaof thetxtract." (liitlnmiuaUirjrdliaa..)
BAXI'KL B. JAJISS, Solionpctady, n. y.A liomehold
notwwlty In my lamllj."
Jl'HTIl) I). FllTOV, Ii. D., TliwUvn, N. Y.-"Provlu
ltuUtutHiaowwltyln my Imrua.''
( antlfm.-P0J.'r3 s EXTRACT id aold only in
hottlea with tho namo blown In tho glass.
-Itis unsafo tnttno otbor articlos wlih our
rtlroctlous. Iimist ou havinR KIND'S EXTRACT,
llefuso all luilttttloos andiiihatltutcs.
IVIooh, tHH Sl.OO, $1.75
at all ri'H-MMHble UniRjliti.
Propared by PONO'8 EXTRACT CO.,
II Weal Foiirlwmlta Htuwl, Kow Turk.
Whose comploxton betrays
Borne liuniiliatinf? imncrJ'ec
tlon, whoso mirror tells you
that yoa are Tanned. Sallow
and disfigured In countenance,
or have Eruptions, Kedness,
Roughness or unvholosomo
tints of complexion, wo say
use llagan's Magnolia Balm.
It is a delicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
Ing tints, tho artificiality of
which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
Tuanent if the MaguQUi Balm
Is Judiciously used,
Michig"! I ITS
Wl WILL BEND IHIB
DR. JOY'S ELECTRIC DEVICES
for Examination and Trial before Purohaaing,
tifferliiR from NerroM Weaknciui, Gen
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any llaoao ri'aultiug from Abuibs and Otiiir
l Auaei, or to any on atMctud with Hlieu
matlitn, NmiralKla, I'anilyala. Hplnal Ditllnillli-a,
Kidney or Liver Troahlea, Lame Back, and other
Dlacneen of the vital Organs. Also wombn tronlikd
with DlKoaMH peculiar to thedr aex.
Speedy relief and complete restoration to health
guaranteed. The are Hi only lCljctrlc
Wvlcea or Appliance that fiave ever
been conatructed upon clenttllc prln
clplea. Their thoroaKh efficiency haa heen prac
tiially protoD with the inoat wonderful
uccea. and they have tho hlgueat en
doraementa from tha most eminent
medical and aclentlflc men of Am
erica. Send at ouc for biok KlvinR all iufor
mation free. Addroat the mauufactureta,
WAGNER A CO.. im
Cor. Klchtian Art. A kaoa St., ChlcaKOt Ilk
(A Medloinef not a Driok.)
' HOPH, BITI1IT. MANDRAKE,
And Tin PraaaT M MnirLyrU'
TiKs of all oruKaBiri KKs.
All Dl.eanf.of theStoiiiacIv, Powcla, Wood,
Liver. Kidney". and t!rliry Organ.. Ner
Vuuinea.. Kleepleaanenanil e.jeclally
$1000 IN COLD.
VSi he paid for a cane they will not r;ire or
i,.,lp, or (or anytiiliiK ln.pure or Injurlout
found In tiein.
Ankyonr drupRlut for Hop niticraand try
them before you ilwp. Take no other.
D I.C. t.in ahaolateandlrre.lMllilerure for
Orunltouneaa, uhb of oluui, tobacco and
Rind to Cibctlas.
All ahov. loM tiv Hril2t1U.
Hup Bltun MI.l'.,Hkni, N. r.,Trti,Otil.
No one wIioIh tlioroiislilv rcirular In the how
lea is half a ilahlu to dlaeUKc aa ho that la irtegu
lar. He may he attacked by contagioui d'cam ,
and so may tho irregular, hnt be ia uot aa nearly
aa .utijeel to oittmui: innuence. i tie use 01
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient
.eevrea regularity, and soiiecfjnent irannulty from
SOLD BY ALL D.'JL'GUISTS.
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to ,!) a month, tirnduatea
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Hroa., Januavillo, Win.
P 4 Af PUT 17Tfor adverti.era. 10t) naiea,
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Thainb Lbavi Caiiiu:
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liatl, Loiilaviile, Iiidlaiiapulia and polnla KuHt.
11:10 u.irt. Bt. I,ouIm und Western
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lor St. I.onla and L'hlcuuo, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and l'lilcsuu7:ai a m
Arrlvtnu ft Olnclnnall 7:() a.m. LomsWllo 7:311
a.m.; Ii'dlatiapoll. 4:i a.m. VuMonircr. hv
this train tch the above polim 1 y to Ml)
UOl'HS In advant e of any other route.
3rTh4:!l p. m, uipn'M has PULLMAN
SLKKI'INU CAll Cairo lo I'lnclniiatl, wliUoiit
chanKoa, and throUKh sleepers to Kt. l.onis and
Fast 'rimo Knl.
PieilH,(l, M thla Ihiu KotliroiiKh to Ka.t.
1 USaCllKLin eru points without, any delay
caused by Btimlay Intervening The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
mornluit at l":.i. Ihltty six hours lu advance ol
any other ronui,
tarForthrouuh ticket, and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central llailroad Depot. Cairo.
J AB. JOHNSON, J. l. JONKS,
Oen . Bouthern Auent, Ticket Aveut.
A. II. HANSON, Oun. l'ass, Auent, Cblcaito.
' 23, 1881.
7"S OKONB, 17 Stop 5 But
i.oiqun loiitfiie iteeoa, only
$KA Addre. Daniel If. Bealty,
Waahlnon, N. J.
'J'p'Hll hii ou Improved Method.. Table.,
y r h. nrlcoi .prutltH A kcihtuI atati.tlca,
A.MKUICAN DH1EK CO , Chamber.-
KEVIHKD NKW TESTA.MKNT8!
Illimtrnti-d ChuapeNt and Uest. Bells at Bltt.
AKiit wanted, A. J. HOLM AN & CO., l'hilada.
8 010 MEOAl AWARDED
ibu Aiiihor. A ohw nd nrtiU nh
ioal Work.warr&utMdthtt betn(
ctiMpwit, itit1mitiirtat)l to very
nrHulf-t'rtiBurraiion ;" bound in
fltuwt l-Vi-noh niuH.in.ATuboaid.
(nil Ut,;m pp.wiuunu beaatif ul
UhiI njTviUK, 126 pnworipw
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tlieir pos.iiM.or etijoylnit yood health f I'arker's
dinner Tonic always regulatus Ihe.o Important or
l'hiih. and never fail, to maltu the blood rich aud
lutri', and to stri'iiirllien every part of Hot system.
It luu cured Irindrcd. of duniriii Invalidi. Ask
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marmot cura, nnluna la shvitm casus.) tb; No, 3.
(lasting nvr,r tbrf mnnlhi, will n''m emissions aod
rentorn vlc'ir la ths worst rasrs.l 17. Hnnt by mall,
Mitsd.ln plain wr.pis.ra. Full DIREUXIOJSa tor
u.inir ulll Hr'mlTinitnv FAfTYT UDf.
rwnr tor mvaira i iTOirii rnnna-N
' Iflmttlftiitj Anutomtral HluMlrutKinH 1
ml TexlilMonif, tthirh trilt roilHnrs
the xf mkfiiiirttl thnt thru ran be
the xc njK-ifri fir thru ran on
ref orvit I n pvrt'rrt m nhnml.a ml fit
f(f for the itultrH of life, xiiho UM if
mvvrr iitfftva. MALI by
HARRIS HEMEDY CO. MFC CHEMISTS.
Market and tilh Sts. ST. L0U18. MO.
G17 SUChsirlPi SlrrH.Sf. I.ouis.Mo.
A vntrultir hiikImmU) of lvn M.u'io.tl Viit,cni, b' n
Innynr Kit t twin miy m In r I hy lt.j,1(, (a HI miIh.hi
cltjr .iiMrii ttii'iH.flrj! ill nl'1 Mi'l'tn' lnow. Bvphilm.
CktnorrhtVit.Oht.Birictiirn. On.-hitiH. Huiture(Hli
Urinitry HyiiliiDtto or iMonnilnl A nation ot
ThroHt. Bkinor BonoBrnnol HMrt YtUnuAy,
Hpormionliofi.Ufxaul iX'bilitynnd lniHt(nry
M ttlttiwilt of Hl(-Allll'-M, W'l'I.tl Hat .K(.f,ri JilllMUMr
yHrn,nrnvir liritinwork. riKlnclnrnHrvf.iirtm-M,wtu(ii
1 emlMlonH, (li'MLHr, d.miiH4H ol f.tht,flff't Ivh nmm
ory, phyicl dwrtf, avMnu tn tn Koclnty ronfusiion (
IrlstAft, loawiir NHian(pmvnr,niirhi loi(rMridMrinK niHr
rbipi tintiiritvir.AMijinrniiinnutlyoiirml. onu lint ion
ntf'tRw ir hv mull Irtxi nnl Invltfl. I'muiiblut nun
Htnrop. Mtwlllritti rVnt bjr infill nr nprtoi, Cnrt u
(rmrnntfl. WhrAi)(tiiM it U(rnkty Mnttnl,
MARRIAGE ! P?h
pfHh. J GUIDE!
J'liHwholH story, woll told.ns it tsiruatoiii,,, on ihi
fnllowlnu .ubjwUi Who nmy m.irry, who not, why
Mtinhnod, Wnmitnhnnd, 1'hysiniil ibs'sy. Who .honld
minrrvtbowllfiiand biiiiln'samuyl)eliiomHs)Hl islfm-l.
ol rslliiHry nnd eionsa, and many iimra. '1'hnsn miinlsd
nreonlnnililiitlnit runrrtium should rmid lllisn km'iin
dsrks'kHiid knv. 25 Ota, by mnll In mom-r nr His.
tiim. KiiirllHh-Ot'rrnun-Freneh'rowrl and Hpoksn.
I'ir the sHs,ly
rum of KhiiiIiihI
VHiikness. liwt MuuhntHl. NorvnuMut.ss.
-(Vin(uslnn ol Moiis, Avsrslnu to Hnelsty
Ihrfoctlve Memory and DlMircl"ra binnutitun by Unit.
Abuaa. Anyilmuulsthiiathiilnuredliinta. Ht. Louis
Ciinitli-n lust's, III'.! Ht.tthnrlea.Ht. Louis, Mo.
70S Ohesnut 8t, St. Louis, Mo. nt old ofUcs,
ointlDima lonir Hpernmtorrhioii, Nominal Weak
naas, Itnpotunny.iill forma ol HypbllU.Oonorrbnja,
Olect, Urinary or Bladder dleuHes, Itnrsnt eases
cured Inn fnwdiiya. Allllin dlawtsx. rosulllnu (nun
Self nhiiHii, nm'nssmariiipos'irn cund fur life with snfn
ruedli bia. Ailv.lro fn. Ihnrues l"W. !nll or write
lu atrlrtennlldnnes, HymPtom Book for two stump
dr. butts' mm
Trant all Chronlo Dlasnaea, and enjoys a nation.
St reputnt Inn t hrouuh ths eurliia of comileated oaasa,
Millnoa ol the IiIinhI, nkia or lM,nHs, trsat.,i with sue
(Wisl wllhoul uslnii Mxrvuryar Poisonous Msdlelnes.
VnilNO MEN wbu arn sutt,.rliuilnmi IheeOw'S
JJEJSmUmSulal a tllswiw tlmt uunU U0
tlma for hunlmwa or nisrrlHin", iwrmansnlly rtiren.
MtHiusI cun.slUluui la prl.rrl, wlucii II FHSB and I""1
Lie of qiissimni lo t imwtrsit by p.n.i.u dwlrtsf tr.'
Si.nl mailt. Ir tn iny ailrfrrs. on apldiratlxtl.
f.r.. lasTsHa. fnia. koalS IIWris
u. Ian HHsHhlni Ut tbslr wbulatrs. II I. aot a
i.oaoioinli'.ii"tii .irlrtly nnilntUI, and aliuutd ua aiktraMM
iU. Utll , li steria Slh tu, at, Uals, Mo.
i s aiiii'ii
lt TrsdaMark S T
aW M m
IBS MILD POWEB
Humphreys' Uomoopathio Bpooilicg
ProVd from ample experience au entire
SUtlje.s. ISIIIIPI". roilipi. r-mi-iriii, nnu
llellable, Ibiy are the only lueUlelues
adapled to populur li.e.
rru-. .,, os iijiiv.a. pnicc.
.:: . ... mi,.., . . j
era, t otiKe.iiou, iiouiruinoinMia, ,n
4 ti orin.. or
lirill., orlll ri vi-r n . oiu:, .u
fl I'.ulnii I'.tll..
or meiiiiiiKoi iniuuia,
4. Illarrliea of I luiuren. or Aim is, . ..a
a. Ily.enlery, tirlpuiK, unions i one, .i
a I UiAtrm Morl.m. VolliltlllK, .!A
7. ( liliabn, '.Old. lirolii'hllla,
a. ntiiiralcla, 'l oot linelie, aeeaen, m
k. Ileadai.lu.a Mi 'i ill ail.ulii-.. N erlllio, n
1 10. Ily.iepnla, llllbm. hloiiiai-b. - g
11. NuniireB.ea or I'nlnliil IVriods, . i
12. Vt hltea, too urotuse I'erlodb. ,.'5 I,
13. Croup, t'ooith; Mfllenlt lireiitlilnB, . j,
14. Sol 1 1 liliruiii, al. lui, Iniptloiis, M h
iiiieiiiiiuiii? ru im. .u La
and Ague, ( bill. Kiver, Ague., f ' li
ll 1 1 nil or lllt.llior '""I
I'llea, HlllHlor IiIw.IIuk,
IU. I'nlnrrli. Heme ur fhronli'- Inliiii-na. Ai M
uo. n iKiopina i oiian, vion-m routtiM, ,;o
M. general Hi-bllUv. 1'by. l VVeukue., '.'
Si. hblney lll.en.e, .Ui
M. .eriou llrlo'itv. fpermutorrhea, Mo
HI. I riiinrveabiiesa.WettliiKthelied.i
XI lllsi-nse of Hie Heart, rulpllallmi, I.iju
Fur mile bydriiKKlmi.oe.cut by the fane,
orslliKle Vlnl. fn-eof ebarKe, On rn-elpt of
price. Send for Dr. Humphrey.' Iloolt tin
IMara.r. de., lUl iiatji-a;, uImi lllualraled
AddrcH.. Iltiiiinlireva' llonieonallilr
... ... ' .. B.S
Med. Co.. 10U i-ultou Hi.. .New aork.
IDr. S. SUsbao ' s E zternal Pile Hcmod
Give. Instant Mtif and nan Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Fold by lrnirirlt yerywhere. Prln-, si on psr box
prtptitiittj in., 1 1, tianipb sent jrrt to 1'byalctan.
snd lllsnffcr' rs.by P. N-tnstaedterA t'o. Hoi l
K a'orktliy boleluauuiauturtr.C'i"Ana4i,"
nOLLES' COD-LIVER Oil'
I. perfectly purs. Prniieuiin-.l ths be I by ihe hish
est fofdc-l aiith.,rito-a tn ln w ,rl. lioa Inniit
awsidai 14 Woiet'. Kp-'' ' ' - "i'i hi f-iru, tTi.
eoldljlru!UM. W H ICUlCmilM L0 . H T
n.na Pe'joes R.itoiT'S
r"ruli Hum A .Sua 1jii tsta, Oify rwrs
run lor FiU. mlrviu ad Str" A'l dvmt.
Iwr.i.LiM.I If ta-n aa dlnrird. Kn FU aur
ttrtltiry Mtw. '1 realise and li trial b-illielri'.lO
lit iallen,lbT pavinssiprruu. l'd nanov
P. fl. and -uri-AS addn-a In 18. KI.IS'K.V 1
An.htl'hlwaKlptua.l'a. .Xttirint jaldrutyiiiL
MUSTACHE m WHtStERt.
v. tw . i l M i. sM t tt 4m . . Issf
1 Wl sk sm4
h av A yt,f
f Uaw Ms af Baavl I S
a-X T ir- - assssat. st
ill li Ii, faaMite
311I2AHONM WHY THE
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AltIS TIIK I3KSX.
Because they are the LIGHTEST, HANlSOirEST,
AND BTRONOEST known, Bold by Ojticuna aad
Jeweiara. Made by BPENCEB OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
W A VTl1 1 1 1 -An tntelllL-cnt vouuif n an
permanent local a?ency for the rale of our it s.,
roffoca, etc., in prkni;ee, to euusumers. Thu agen
cy reijuires no peddling and but a moderate amount
of soiirllltit;. and If properly tnana:ed wi.l pay
trom W to $!.( per year. Particulars free.
I'Eon.rs Tia CO , V. O. box Jtoii, St, Louin, Mo.
Al ASKIAIll AFWltlT All IUIIBIIAIT.
Thia well-known prsparation to hinhlr rMommendaat
for ljapeplm, llrawfswhes klrlinew Brtb
!t4tanMarla, and all comtdaint. arbhns from Asld Uy.
Hllloaaneaat, and Malarial lever. It cools
th. blood and residue tha bwuls. It la favorii
aiedicin for cliildrea. Iraparrd bj A. KOtjtlul'
O.N8, Cb.uiuU, til Bleock.r blreet, Kew York.
iuperUr to ineral Waters, BeiJlitt Fovders. eta,
r0& BALK UY ALL IUlwISTtt.
Kline, tr his
nciemino ircaiineuia aim
liuuieiwe prai-Uue, stauds
authority on Cancer and
lis kiiiilri-d. 1 buiii wt ex
traorduiary cures by his
' irreat I a, nirui laneer
iAntt'lntr, are recorded.
. So kMfr, Mw.flr, f"M of
r blaiA ir Var ful trmtmmtl
required In rcmo1iiM' the
I jsnmit of Cancers or
, minors, rorpnnioiiiani,
i S wild for free trcrtise or
C-aU on PH. KLINE, Kll
Vl.ku( Iil..t..o.l..l.... 1..
TUKl'ItOMOTEK AM) PKUFECTOU Or" AS
SIMILATION. TFJE ltEI'OHM Kit AND VITAL1ZER OK
TUB I'HODI'rKK1,jfNIi)'INVIOOBATOU OK
THE liClLDKlt AND 8 I'I' OKTKU OK
Is composed of itiKredlents ldcnlical wllh thaso
which constllutu llaiilthy Bloml, Muscle nnd Nerve,
and Hmln Hubstaiico, whilst Life Itself is lUrotly
depetidnlit upon somo of them.
lly Inc.reasiiiRNerveusand Muscular Vigor, It will
cure Pyspepsle. fouhle or Interrupted action of tho
Heart unci Palpitation. Weakness of lntelloct
caused by Krluf worrv, overtaxed or Irregular habits
Bronchlt Is, Couirostiou of t ho I.iiiiks .
It cures Asthinn,-Neuralula, Wbooplnp Coiiijn,
Nervousness, and Is a most wonderful nrljut)Ct to
other remedies lu silslalnli'n HTu tlurluR the process
or Dlpthurla. , ,
I'ho ox pundit tiro of brain power too early or ; o
severely In children often results lu physical de
bility s tho uso of Kellows Uypophosphltea exurts
aslnnulnrly happy effect In such cases.
Uo nut he deceived hy wmedles bearlUR si mliar
name; no othor preparation Is a substitute rortuis
under any clrctiinslances.
KOH BALK BY ALL DHTJOOIST.
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