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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ijom of ppetite,NauBea,b jwelH costive,
PamTiHhefl end",, with a call sensation in
tla?e.fullneMaftar eating, ytU a digln:
Irritabilityjrf temper. Low spirita.JLoKa
of mmqrjrLwiih ajeelihg of having bug;
levied some dut, weariness, Dizziness,
yiutteriniroY the Heart, Ipt before tha
SyeJjTlTellow BkinTHbadaohe, HestlesB.
neu atliightrhighly colored Urine.
IT THESE WASHINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTB FILLS are epclilty adapted to
uih cae,one done nert .iirhavliaDgv
of feelinic a to astonish the sun'erer.
They InprHMthe Apprllle. and cause the
body to ThIi on I'leeli, Ibo (he system i
nnnrUiKKl.aiKl by tiieirTonW' Aetioiaou in.
l.-e.tlYOrif . KwrnlnrNUMiU arepro
dueed. Price 'Si cent. 3 Murrny Wl., N.V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair or Wiiiskkiw changed to.OixwHY
Ulai k by a simile piiU ttoii of Mils V K. It
Impal a natural color, acta Instantaneously,
bold lijlJi-upiiMaioi sent I') epreoii lecmptoff I.
Office, 35 Murray St.. Mow York.
CPr. TrrTS WM W. t Infonaallnn And k
Uwnil lliwlplv will Im b.IM t UKK hi aiiplli-alloa.aT
rrane It action the LITER, U0WEL8
aud K1IINEI S at tin name time.
Bmaum It eleaiue. the .yatem of the poison-1 1
I ou. Uumon mat develops in money ana un- mm
jnary DueaM,Biuou.ne... Jaundioe, Conatt- I
Jpatiou, File., or in Bheumatiam, Meurauria,
Nervous Disorder and Tsmale Complaint..
8EH WHAT PEOPLE BAi
Enren B. Stork, or Junction City, Kansas,
Knlney-Woitciiit'd film atler reifuUr l'by
siclan Imtl been try I'ifr for four y turn.
Mr John Arnall.uf Waahlnut.ui. Ohio, says
her bov nasuiven iiii todlo liy four prominent
physicians aud that It. au afterwards cured by
M. M. D. Oooilwln, an editor In Chariton, Ohio
ayba waa not eioectrd to live, being- bloated
lieyond belief, but Kidney-Wort curid lilru.
Anna I Jai-ralt of Soutli Ralem, N. T say
hut aevou years iiirrcrliiir from kidney trouble.
tnd ot her coniplk-aliuiia w a ended liy the urn of
John P.. Lawrence of Jaekmii. Tcnn., sufferer!
for J earn from liver and kidney trouble ami
ifter taking "barrel of ulUm- luudiuiaiw,'
Udney Wort iiiado blm well.
Mlehal Tito (if Montgomery Onter, Vt..
inflWcd eiu-lit i-cui h wtlh kl.lnev dirncllltv .110
Jwaa unablu to wuik. Kidni j Wort lnudo him
well aa ever."
Constipation and Piles.
I lit niAHilnn Alwf, In I.ImmIiI V.rni. v.,, (l.lli
LII( UU1B, UliC I'BIKHKI1 PllM.ll Miliatinii "C"1 w F.IJ
irllllll AU, ,V1 l U tBV HUH VMIUVV ,,HI f
lir ItaclBUttn equal tpititnty in tuner form.
CIT JT ATTFTK DltL'oaiBTS. miCE, fl.OO
WEJ.LS, IUCHAUDSO.IJK o., Prop's.
(Will Mild tha dry poat-pald.) srRLMTO, It.
aiMAJyriiiri tiani iiiliillAMHAAaa
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
norn, mnir, manurakk,
Ami TBI rrnT and TIeht M RDirAL Qcali
1 1KB UK ALL OTUkH Un'l JtHli.
All t)leaiiof theStomarh, Howela. lllood,
Liver, Kldneya.aud llrlnary()r(ian. Ner-
SIOOO IN COLD.
Will h raid for a raie ttirr will not, rnre
help, ot fur anything Impure or Injurious
IUUUU 1U llieill.
Aak four dmpiflat for llop ltltteriainl try
tlitiu beforo you alccp. Take uo utber.
D I . C. 1 an ahiolule and IrreMilllile rwrn for
LiruuiiiiUuvM, uae 01 opium, tubucuu aud
Bind roB Ciki'vub.
All Ahov. mid by itniliU,
ll"p Bliun M(. '.., K.iclw.Ur, N. V., A Titnato, Otil,
P W CELEBRATED
tUohkIi Bhakon In Every Joint,
thBvMe,,Tm!v,'Lv,;r,Hni, "H"" roi.illi,.iit.
Virus Willi It .el, Hit r H i miii, - , ,,tt I'mlert
2;;v- tikzi ana1";!;;':;
tut ul by sll t)rni!L uiid l.i..,,Ura limifrnll)',
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlutimof j outlilnl lirii-nnlunco eaitunif I'n ins.
hire l'iny, yervun. T billty, Uittt Manhmxl, ote,,
liavltii trinl In vain nvcrv known reined v. boa (1
ctivcn danlniiili S' ifourii, wbleb ho will "tnl I'll LB
, . ..'.., I , - I .1 IM'I'VI m
141 r.ia ;eiuiw.ai:ie-nTL aeir-oa , .a,
43 ll adiaui Hi., .vi. . .
THE DAJhY CAIRO IiULLRTIN: TIIUItSDAV MORNING, SEPTEMBER
Tba Man With the Flail.
It carried tho baholitm- buck to thir
ty yoara ao, wliou tlio thrashing-ma-chlna
won liount only at rare inUu'vals,
anil tho honest farnuir sproad his gol
don stalks on tha cluiin barn floor and
flailed away with such tompored blows
that not a kernel was broken. The
man who had it sat down on one of the
bunches in tho West Circus Park. Tho
raro sight of such an article halted ev
ery pedestrian, and the man had to
keen explaining over and over:
"Well, I'll havo somo beans to shell
this fall, and I kinder thought 'twould
bo easier to flail 'otn out. Tho hard
ware roan told me he had to send to
Vermont for it."
Pretty soon along camo a gray-headed
Alderman, and when he saw that
flail he looked ten years younger all at
"I handled that for over ten years,"
he said ns he picked it up and spit on
his hands. "Seems like old times to
get hold of this hickory again."
lie stepped out one sido to give the
cro vd an exhibition ou the grass, and
his success was groat. At tho second
blow the flail end hesitated in mid-air,
wobbled about and finally camo down
with a whack on tho patriots' head,
making him see more stars than a win
tor's, night ever brought out. Ho
droppod tho weapon with tho remark
that he was already ton minutes late iu
keeping an appointment, and he was
rubbing Ids skull as far down the street
as he could be seen. The next man to
try it was one who got off a passing
car under tho idea that a dog-light was
"A flail P Ha! ha! Why, I haven't
seen a flail since I was married," bo
chuckled as he reacheJ for it. "I pre
sume 1 have flailed a thousand bushels
of wheat in my time. . You boys stand
The boys retreatod, and tho man lift
ed the flail on high and patted the grass
in a vigorous manner.
"Yes, my stint used to bo twenty
bushels a day," he continued, and
though I do say it myself I "
Something happened. He dropped
the flail, seized his jaw, and danced off
as if he had springs und rhim, and
although a dozen voices asked what hit
him he refused to tell.
By and by a third man come sailing
along, and when ho saw the ll.nl ho re
marked that his father had used one
like it nearly all his life, and was
called tho smartest flailor in New
"Can't you use it?" inquired one of
"Why, of courso. If you boys want
to see how our fathers got thoir wheat
to mill I'll give you a lit tlu exhibition.
Here, bub, hold my hat."
Ho buttoned bis coat, moistened his
hands, and began work. Tho iirst blow
nearly broke a man's knee; the second
cracked against a boy's elbow, and at
the third tho tlailer grabbed the top of
his head and sat down with a subdued
look in the corners of his mouth.
"Well, I guess I'll be jogging along,"
said tho owner of the flail as lie rose
up. "It's all in getting tho kink of it.
A feller who makes twists and wobbles
a special study won't git his hoad broke
over twico a day, but a green hand
might as woll sit down undor a brick
kiln durin' a tornader. Day, gentle
men." Detroit Free 1'res.i.
Not so fust my friend; if you could see
the strong, ln"i!thy, blooming men, women
and children tlr.t have been raised from
beds of sickness, suffering and almost
doath, by the use of Hop Bitters, you would
say, "Glorious and invaluable remedy."
See another column. Philadelphia Press.
The Reason Why.
The tonic effect of Kidney-Wort is pro
duced by its cleaning and jMirifying action
on the blood. Where there is a gravelly
deposit in the urine, or milky, ropy urine
lrom disordered kidneys, it cures without
fail. Constipation and piles readily yield
to its cathartic and healing power. Put up
in dry vegetable form or liquid (very con
centrated), either act prompt and sure.
"I do I" was tho brief reply. "She
'has promised to bo my wifo !'
"Then it, will bo James Fox who is
hanged to-morrow ! I meant to givo
my real name up, but I will carry my
secret to my grave. It may bo that iu
another world oven tho liltlo last self
denial will bo a plot for me. Go now.
You may trust nie."
And ho kept ids word, and Gorard
Langton his secret. When Maude, a
few weeks later, became his wifo. sho
little guessed tho terrible ordeal which
ho had spared her, or tho added dis-
Erano that belonged to the naruo fllio
ad given tm. -
A LADY'S II ATH SAVED BY ITS US It.
Burnett's Coconino will keep the hair in
a strong and heulthy condition by stunulat
ing the roots of the hair and restoring the
natural action upon which its growth do
pends. Twenty years ago a single bottle
saved a lady's hair in a desperate case
whero every treatment hud failed; and
since that early success thousands of cnsc9
of Baldness, Dandruff, Loss of Hair and Ir
ritation of the .Scalp have yielded to this
iho superiority of Burnett s Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
lie Held the Dogi
A prominent first street lawyer con
versing with a friend yesterday aflor
noon was Interrupted by a boy driving
two dogs harnessed to a small wagon.
"Sav, mister, will you hold my aogs
while I go into tho Hall buildingP1'
said tho youngster. Tho counsellor
could not catch his breath in timo to
decline,, and for twonty minutes hold
tho dogs, to the Intenso delight of a
constancy increasing crowd of acquaint
ances.' "Much obliged to you sir,"
said the juvenile proprietor of tho con
veyance on bin return, nnd drovo off,
wliilo tun lawyer mopped his brow and
hj-gnti to ijuoto old version. Troy
fcMu DlHeiweH Cured.
By Dr. 1'ray.WB Magic li,tin(,,t. Cures
it by limine I uminu ni-i. J. . irc
J Orubs, Blotch, and EruZ,
leaving tho skin clear, healthy and bcauti
iul. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Rheum, letter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate L leers and Bores, &c.
F, Drake, Esq., Cleveland. O.. suffered
beyond all description from a skin diseaso
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most careful doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a
BtITIio first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
Henhy & Co., Sole Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure euro. . Price $1.00, by mail. For sale
For Bale by Geo. E. O'Hara.
Ricuahdhon & Co., Wholesale Agts.
Qon. Patterson's Attire.
Ho was as plain ns a Quaker in his
attiro and clung to old raiment as long
as it elung to him. Every morning,
regardless of tho stale of tho weather,
between u quarter of and 8 o'clock, the
erect fiuro of the general could bo seen
passing down Chestnut street to hi of
lico, two doors below Second. In sum
mer his massive hoad was covered with
an old straw hat, which had seen years
of service, and his sturdy trunk in an
old-fashioned blue-cut-away oat with
brass buttons of a stylo so ancient that
ils precise ago could not bo iixed. Be
neath this ho wore a mankeeu vest ami
below the vest a pair of linen trousers
of a fashion long lost to the memory of
tho oldest tailor. When tho nipping
winds of winter played with his locks,
his ln'ad was hid in a well-brushed but
very old silk hat of liberal brim, an
old military coat artistically docorated
with broad silk braid hung loosely over
his person, while an ill-titting pair of
trousers covered his sturdy legi. Such
was his garb for years. When ho
reached his office, which was always
beforo his clerks, he proceoded to tho
extreme end of tho uuearpeted and nn
inviiinr room, and throwing off his
coat slipped into an ancient, dingy bluo
wrapper, that had seen service for at
least a quarter of a century. Then ad
justing a littlo knit smoking cap on his
head, he handed an old-fashiouod,
cushionless chair up to an antiquated
desk and began to go over his letters.
Whenever an Abchasian is drowned
his friends search carefully for the
body, but if this is not found they pro
ceed to capture tho soul of the do
ceased, a measure which has then be
come a matter of importance. A goat
skiu bag is sprinkled with water and
placod with its mouth, which is
stretched open for a hoop, looking to
wards the river, near tho placo whero
tho man is suppo-cd to havo been d row
nod. Two cords aro stretched from
the spot across the river as a bridge on
which tho soul can como over. Ves
sols containing food and drink aro set
around the skin, and tho friends of tho
deceased como and eat quietly, while a
song is sung with instrumental accom
paniments. The soul, it is believed, is
attracted by tho. ceremonies, comes
over on tho bridge that is laid for if,
and goes into the trap. As soon as it.
has entered that is, when the bag is
inflated by tho breeze the opening is
quickly closed, and tho bag is taken up
to the burial place, where a grave has
already been prcpaied. The bag i9
held with the opening to the grave, the
strings aro untied, and the soul that
is, the wind in the bag is squeezed in
to the grave, and the burial is after
wards comploted. This rite is consid
ered of equivalent valuo with the bur
ial of tho body, and the grave is treatod
with tho samo honor as if the body
were really within it. Popular Science
Covered with Gold.
It is a curious fact that Russia, ono
of tho poorest of civilized countries,
makes a greater parade of wealth in
one respect than any othor State. The
domes of all tho great churches in St.
Petersburg, Moscow, and other large
towns aro' plated with gold nearly one
quarter of an inch thick. Tho now
church of tho Saviour dedicated and
opened in Moscow last August, repre
sents a value of fully $15,0(XJ,0)0. The
Isaac Cathedral, in St. Petorsburg.may
be safely crcditod with at least twico
that amount. So strong, howover, is
the old Slay belief in tho inviolable
sanctuary of "holy placos" that, dur
ing countless seasons of wide-spread
and bitter distress, no attempt has ever
beon mado to plunder tho gold thus
temptingly exposed. Indeed, ono of
the finest churches in St. Petersburg,
thu Kazan Cathedral, owes its massive
shrine to a voluntary offering of the
plunder taken by the Cossacks in 1812.
If you aro too poor to indulge in tho
luxuries of lifo do not despair. You
can become a loader of the esthetics.
Crockery and lilies aro cheap.
It is a French instrument, about four
foot wide, a foot deep, and stands a
trillo higher than tho key-board of a
pianoforte. The actor tilacod this novel
Invention in front of a handsome up
right Steinway pianoforte. Extending
from tho back were small hanimors,
enough to cover tho principal keys of
the Steinway instrument. A heavy
paper with perforations, and resemb
ling a book, was placed in the loft hand
side, and the end placod under a cross
board on tho top of tho pi an 1st a. Mr.
Emmet then turned a crank, and as
the paper pnssod under tho center-board
tho perforations worked small levors,
which in turn worked tho hammers on
tho keys of tho finger-board, and the
splendid instrument played "La Car
nival do Vonisu," and "Home, Sweet
Home." These woro played on tho
piano, and by working two pedals at
tho foot of tlio pianista tho samo tunos
can bo playod. -
Tlio Rev. 'Julius C. Snowball Bomo
wlmt bewildered his congregation by
saying i Cistern and brethren, dar will
bo a called meeting in this building to
morrow ebonin,r "Wuat'i de hour
called out a member. "Yor can como
as soon or as late as yor pleases, pro
"iiljc vr i' clI honu lit. o'clock.
Nouragia, Sciaiica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of (he Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings ana
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and tars, and all other Pains
No Preparation on rarth equal Pt. jArtim On as
a (irr,turr, aimxeunn rhrop hxturnal Kcmoly,
A trial entails but the comparatively trltlitur outlay
tif BO Onta, ami every one Miffertng with pain
can have chenp and po'itive proof of lto claims.
Directions In Eleven Languages.
BOLD B7 ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEB8 II
A.VOGEUER St CO.,
XalHmorr. Md V. $.
TLSTIJIOMALS TO JIH. FELLOWS.
Wt'tlii'iiinliri'lu'neil (lerjrvnipn of the Mctho
dist cliiin h In Nova Nnoila havlni; oeud the
preparation know hub Fellow-Compound fiyrup of
jiypoprioeprnteH, pre paired ty sir. James j. rvi
low, cIrtuIi-i, St .) Im, N. it., or having known
canes hi rein It uhVut were beneficial, believe It
to be a reliable remedy for the dln'ne for w bicn it
JAMES G. IlKNNKiAIl, JOHN 51 cM I'll KAY,
Pre, of t'oiifcrenru. Kx-l're. of Conference
WM. HAK'iENT. MinilAK W. WKDDALL.
JOHN A. AlOSHKIt. ALKX W. MCIK iLSON,
JOlliW. HOWIE, CKANSW10K JUST,
STPIJK. F. JH KSTK HoWLAND MOKTON,
tay-The Tirnnrletiir lun. letter, frntn varloiia riMrts
I'f the Dominion, Ihe Culled .S;ulee and fr.un Lii''-
land, verifying the apreriioiiH lierelu contained,
which wiH'he howit at Ir ofuV t on application.
Tbey relate to the cure of direares of the lun;,
heart, etomach. etc.
Fellows' Ci)inMiinnl Si i li)) Mv ' bites.
(speedily and iierniunenth .t . w.v n of thu
lane, bronchi'!-. rmurnpi?' . na.i - pmctra
tlou. shortne. of breath, pulpit: !i.n: wi the heart,
trembllne of the hand ami li ru i.: , jii -l Hi and
mental depreeaion, lo of appi I . iom'ol energy,
loia of memory, and will rn. i.i ir -prove, tbe
weakened function and oriai- - .it . body, which
depend for health upon voluntary n! involuntary
nervou action. Hants with vitror, ;entlenes and
subtlety, owlnn to the exuindtu bur:ni.,y of Ils in
gredient, akin to pure blood it-.-l f
SOLD UY ALLDIiTCOISTS.
1.1 VALUABLE TOR
tipralna. Burns, Nraltls, Hriilsf-n, bore
netia. KlieuiriHtlsni, Holla, I lrer. Old
or, Toothnrhe, Headache, ore
Throat, Ami hina, HonrwrueiN,
Ac, Vr., Ar.
jrsm n. mro, n. ., Brooklyn. n.r-
" Proving itaelf to bo a noeewuty In our home "
P. A. WKSTKKVLLT, . II.. Nahvilln. T.mn
" Havo lined larR ciuaulitle. of I'ONiJ'S EXTIIACT
in my practice."
Mrs. K. II. JlrCORD, Matron. Home, of Deatlttito
Children. " Wa find It tuont cffleaeions and tiau.
fautlnn.-PONrvs KXTKact Is sold rm'y In
bottles with the name blown In the rIii.
M f It is nnafo to lino other article with our
direction. Iuit on havinR POND'S EXTRACT.
Kofuee ail Imitations and nubatltutes,
SPECIAL PRrpTliATIONS OF PON'D'3 EX.
XltACT COMHINKD WITTI TTTE Pt lll ST
AND MOST I'KLTCATK PEllFrjilW
FOU LAD1W DOCDOllt.
WWtVH EXTUA(T.........5()c., f l.hO.ml ?1.75
Toilet Cream 1.00 Catarrh Cur..... i
Lin Salvo V,'.
k1 Kyrinire SJ
Mcilirated Paper.,, ii
Toilet NosplUcake) Ml
Famllr Kvrlinre i no
Ordors amountlus to $5 worth, aont eiproa freo
ou rocolptof money or P. O. order.
rOi:a Naw pAMrm.KT witii IIihtort or ot:n
Puu-AUATioNs, Best FKEE oh awucation 10
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St., Now York,
Whoso complexion betrays
Bome humiliating imperfec
tion, whose mirror tell1) yon
that yon are Tanned. Hallow
and disfigured in countenance,
or have Eruptions, Kcdncss,
Uoughncss or unwholesomo
tints of complexion, wo say
use Hagan's Magnolia Calm.
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
tnanent if tho Haguoliil Uuliu
b Judiciously used.
!A mlnahla Discovery and New lMnarturn In Mad.
eal H.ileas,an entirely New ami poaltlvely .Hawtlva
U.inly fur (h. aiimdy and prinaaint Cure of Semi
nil mliifclnna tuid Iinpoteucy hy the only true
way, vlst Direct Applloution to the prlnulpal Hnat
pf tha Dlaeaaa, aotluK ty Abaorptlon, aad exerting
It a mm- 1 1 1 o Inllueneu on the Somunil Vealclea, KJiio
ulaUry Ducu, ProBUito Oliind. and Urethra. Th
oaeof tha Keiuedy la.tuindml ltb no pain or Inooo
venlemw, and dues nob luUirfera wllti tha ordinary
puraiilt. of life It la (iilekly dlnanlvHil aud moo AJ
Sorrmd, prndunlnaa luiraed lain noolhlrm and maUlr
alive elfeot upoa the wuiial aad nervuua oncaaliia
tlonawnx'kHd from aulf-ahuiM) and eiceaie., .Uipplng
tha drain from the ytni, rimtorinff the mind to
heallb and auund memory, removing tha Dlninooa
of HlKht, Aervoua Doliiiity, Confualun of Ideiui,
Averalon to Boolety, oto., eUi., and tha apimarance
of premature old niro uhiiuIIv aecompanyliui this
trrmliUi, and rmtorlnK perfnvt Bexuui Vlaor, where
It ha. Ihwo dorniaat for yoara, 1 hi. modu ot lrat
ment baa atood the tout la very m,vra canee, and la
DowaproooiiatHMl uerw. DrUKHarotao min-h pre.
serlbed lo tbeae trouble, and, aa many can hoar wlU
DeMt U, with hut lltl loll aay iMirniannulaood. There
la oo NoaaeoAn about tlda 1'reparatl.in, 1'raetlcal olv
wtnrattoae'jalileau. to poaltlvaly auarantee that It
will a We eatlaf notion. Llurlnit the eUiht ynan that
it ha. beenln aeanraliWHtWH have tbounandaof tmll.
EionUla aa to ft. value, and It I. nnw onnoednd by the
IbdU-al Prnfaaalon to m the moal ratlooal mean yl
dlauovared of reachlna and curing thai vary prevalent
trouble, that I. well known to be the cant, of untold
rnlnery to no many, and uKin whom quae Kb prey with
their uaelern ooatrum. and bin fuoe. 'I be iiemmty
la put upln neat boin,of three alisa. No. i,(nouan
tolaat a month,) (3; No. D, (aufflclent to elfwt a pei
manent cure, unleaa la Mivere camia,) (6; No. 3.
(laatlno; over three mnutha, will al.iii emlsalnn. anil
reatore vtnr In the worat caaea.) $7. Sent by malt
tttialed.ln plain wrapper. Full DIRECl'XONS tat
tulnir will accompany EACH HOX.
Hrndfor Stulrtt Itrm-riptlr Pamph-V
Iftmglrlna A natomlrol lUMmtrutlonm
auaTrfllmnnu. trhlrh will ranrH tire I
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. GKENIST1
Markot and 8th Sts. ST. LOU 18. MO.
017 St. ( liarles Mrcef, St. Louis, Mo.
A WHrtilttrgrHfinittrttif two Mltt ftl (IrfiffM, h& htwa
Iodkht loMtti tb.tn nnr u'hori't yntci.in in HI Ixiuli.n
cltjr iMtiwrb'w.Hiil m) ub ri'lfolt-itnttw. Bypbillf
Ooaorrbo?a. 01ryt. Buictvir(On;hiU. . Huptur,all
Urinary byphilitio or MercuruU An. Mua of
Throat, 8k in or Buncfl mirHl Hitft-Jy, 1'rivutHijr.
Bporuiut-ji rhf (l.cjyxuiU Debility aiul lmpctfaiiry
D tb rMult of Nlf.Abtt, .(Hiuiil i - mid miilurtr
yearn. or oTfr brninworlt, iritlticioPnrvntjsin'.iw'mli
b1 emiwiom, dufuHty, UunoHjiof nUbt.diifHrtlvst niein
ory, i-h7lr)tl drjcuy, ttVHrloa Ut mtcmij conftiiioo of
M(iH. lMMiir MHiniil powfir,nljht loawa.rnmW.i.K mar
rlue inipropr,Hroj'rmnntiotlyrur4l. (nnlinl)on
utairicsif or hr ranil Tro hu1 lniud. 1'i.aiLitj.el on-)
tamp. Mwiicln aut by mtU or iitrM. Curr
Utmrui(vi.- WhArn doubt mi:. It Ut frunWly xtAttfl,
ttms. i GUIDE!
TfMtwri'iltxttory, well totrJ.M a ttruUiil, on Ibt
fntlonlDtf i'iIijmcU: Whn mny nj.irry, whn not, why.
Majiu'i. r.Wo-vuAnhood.rhi-iU'M dncny. Whoghnnld
ntrtrryibowllfv nod bpp.nsM) mrtytwlnrrwMHl .efTkt't
of cWiiMtcy and icm aad mnay mora. 1 h" ruarnxl
or contfmi'i.itioit mnrriiun abuuld r.Mtil It tlin kni att
dr 1(k k Hud 2 5 ots, bj-mml In moafy tr
trjt. FntfUwh QftTTfinn-FrHni -h rnd wnri h oKa
N'oknsw. IjOMt MrintifKMl. Nr?uuowM.
.VDfiiioa of Mit A vnio t Hrniffy
lsiHi-ii, .Mitmorr and lUifirdera Hnjakfliton b h-lf
AbuM. AnvdruiitfUt h'ut rtit inirrsxiinnfc HL Luuim
rtirnrim lntV.Blt St C'hfirlwu. St. f xmK Ma.
709 Chesnut 6t, St. Louis W.p, at oM nfflr,
coutlnuMitcur rri9rnmt4jrrhiA, HtiminaJ WeniiU
pms, Impotjncy.all form of BvpbUiti,(hjiiorrbccft,
01et, Urmary or Biatiiic'r d;r4Hiir, ioc ot rM
enmd Inn fnwduvn. Alltb d.HJMsj rrultirn fiom
ilf.Hbii4Hjei-m4HorXLur t nrwl tv i)f witb wifn
mli(ian. A-lvkti fri. tw. ('ttllorwrlt
In frin ctiil'int, rtvainlom Bvk fnr twontnn.fi
tllss BUTTS dispensary
Tmitt ali Chronic DiM-aw. and n.ot a mitlna
a) reputation throtujh lh conny of romiltiatd cam.
tWD8CRETION EXPOSURE 'f
rH'tiuaa of the IjIoh), ka or IjuriM.. trrMUt with uc
cm without uwd Mun-uryor J ouxfuou Mtxlitin.
YfVUNfi M P N w!l" rt i".fT'rin from tbntfl.u
li in i i iii ill? a diMtn. thrit unriu iu rtc
tlrn for rin.u 4 or m.'.rrHW- tmiari-'ntly rnrd.
PATIENTS TREATED J1' iaivi.prM,
tl. Li'tof qtitrui tt Ix iLiwrrtil bf rthfi i ditrlri Irttt
IhBDl tulr4 1rm i any lfru or BAiruii u
(l'r pttffrit frtiM Ktiiiur ikutiU mA thlr addrMtA
And Itant MHRllilni tu llivlr 1fUl'. It U moi a IrwM.f
CoOiinutiir" i.i lit iff I ronfi'lcntlii , ai.J ir.ijull lt WdfrMd
Uli. Utile, IK onm hi kl, U LeuU, Ma
N K W ADVEHTISEM ENTS,
TAHUANT SKl.TZKIt APKIil KNT CI' RE ?' ak
the sullerer from a niultitinie of diaesau. Wu an-
ewer; ltv.ill n uioe from the evalem the active
rauae of iniiet ul th dlese Hint lleali heir to.
It wont mend a I'Mlu n limb, nur cloeu a Im let
bole; but it inny be prolHably uaed In ti)iuachic
iliaeaaes. It will do no one any liuriu, and may do
uiiich nood. Try it aud ace If it wont suit your
SOLI) ItY ALL DlirfiOISTS.
lake rent pli afiire in r romniendlnif to parent
he accHilemy of Air. tuitlilut hhortlldirc "
1I0X. FERXAXW) WOOD, M. C.
Said ihI): "I rheerfuilycoti'i'iit tothune of tnr
imiiie an reference .My Imy will relurn to you fur
their fourth year after their vacation."
Kor new lllnnniied clri ular adilrea SWITIIIN
C. KHOHTUliOK, A. Harvard fnlveraily
(iraduale, Media, I'ir, u mil,. from Philadelphia.
1TTTNTK1?,s..12 Arliele In one.
IllJll 1 lilt O.Mllllona In ua. every-
m rTTIt1 IJS ,""lv'M c,l"u'''' "PIK
11 I 1 JllC, rataloifec of inner spec
ialties sent free. J. M. Huirer Matmlartui Intf Oo.
C'lnciniiiili, Ohio. A Rent wauled.
777 A YKA K anil expetiae toent-. Outfit
I I Iree. Address P. O. Vickery, Auxusla.Mo
Vniliwr Wan Learn Telei'mphvl Earn $10
lUUUlT, Jitrll to tlim a month. (Jradimies
Kuarantued piiyini' olllcis. Address Valentino
Urns., Janesvllfu, 'l,
A DVKRTISEN by ndilreaalni? fiKO. V. .NOW
iV ELL CO., 1" Spruce street, New York, can
learn th exsct coat of any proposed Hue of silver
tlslnij In Ainerlciui newspapers. LgrilKlpsifo
Iismphlet 2 1 ct.
DIARRHOEA & DYSENTERY.
The n ost astonlahlnir cures of Dysentery and
olarrlneit, both iiinmiK chlldreu uud adulu, ars
dally reported hy the use of
Dixon's Blaokberry Carminative.
It appears to be a sovereign remedy.
Hold by all druggists Iu thu United Htutes and
Wi F. DAVIDSON & 00., Proprietors, Olnolnnatl.
Morgan I'ark Military Accademy.
Tho bust Boys' Hoarding School In the West.
Prepares for Colloids Hr.luntlflo Hchool or Jliii
nus. Location altrncllvo nnd elevsled, Hisslon
beiilna Hp. 1HH1. Hend for catalouuo to ('Bpt,
Kl). N. KIRK TAL'JOTT, l'riu., MorKan Park,
Cook Co., 1)1.
TEE MILD POWEE
I Humphreys Eomeopathio Bpociticsl
Proved from ample d perlenn, nil entire I
succet.. minpie, rr pi, Klllelenl, and
Itrllnble. Ihey lire the onlv ineilh-ln.M I
iaullilel lo Hiiuill- use,
l.mr I'Kllc ll'Al. HUN. HIIK. rntnm
I. Kevera, roiutestion, Innnminnllona, .2.1 1
it t tiriii, Worm r ever. Worm folio, .; I
s. I ryiim i i or leeiriiiiKoniirani., Vf.
4. Illnrrhen f hlhlren or Adnlia. . .
iiieii.-i. .'I jmiiiiia. . L
rlpliia. UllliiuaiJoUu, .
-Iiiim. VolnltliiK, . . .25 I
. Cholera Murhii
7. Conaha, l old. luoiielillla a
K .enralala, 'loollmelie, raeeneh. . .aft!
1 10. Ivapepl, Dillon Mornach, - . ,'jg, E
V. Ileailaeliea. Mi'K neuodenea, verlluo &
II. Huiii.reed or I'nllilul l erlnila.
(lea. loo iirnfiise l erlwl. .&) I
lit l:ronii, i.'ouKh, iJulieull hreaihlnir, . m
ii. Halt Itbeiiiii. KryallH-lus. hrupllou,
Pi It lieiinmllMiii KlieiiiniiLli. I lima. . .2f,
IB. 1-i-veraii.l Viriie.i hill, reier, Akucs, f(i I
17. I'llea. I lin.l i.r I leeilllll'. .'HI
IU. ( nhirrli. uviite or ehr. ii'.e; Inllueiiza, Hi
M. General -1, 1 1 1 1 v . l'liya'l Weeklies. M
i, lion It Km fik.itfli. viitleitl I i .liiih. .ill
I'll. U I". in-v lilaen.r,
n I'Ttoiii i. el. mi i Nneiiiiii urr nea. l.m
l. 1 CI II III V eft It lie. a U ..III 1,1 I lie IW',1 :ill
.ft li. ee ol l lie iief, l'al,l(iiilnn, I.k.
1-or sale ny dniL-'iu.iir Hem i,v ih.. ruse
orlnl Vial, fremif eharKe, on nrelpt of
i.riee. .-miii lor i,r. llilllipbre) Ilnok oil
IMaenne, .Vi ., HM 1 1
I nlnliiMiie. FltkR.
l ei, i,mi IHiiairalrd
Addles, lliiinplirrv.' Il.iiiienpailile ifj
.Mud. I 1UU Fulluu HI,, .New 1 ork. Si
Ir. S. Cibbw's EsternalPiloficaody
C ives I n slant relief and la an infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold hy Dr'ii:i:itifvenrwhere, prlre, tt rwi pe r hot
prvy'.'-ihrni. 1 1. Fii'ij ) sent r.s to Phyalclans
and ili n1er. r. I.y r .N.-n-Mi-'ller A o lloi SVI4,
Hew torkMly. bolaoiaiiuiaeturi.rsul ' Anakrnt.
FjjOLLES COD-LIVER 01
I'rnnoiii.c-I ih twi y the bun-
Mie, tr. i ne a -ii J i (,,, t ;i n : r
' l.ir .- - .ii .i )'.. n;a.
" lfTiurt. j en w v
t in rU aj tvu. ,v .
V 4 iri rU u m MJ. ... - .
Vi, ftffi Hr;'- ffri'oraS
Vfl Ivi nup Pre todc rm
-l 't,l 1 I'. I ( If la.eli a. .lir.-r .Vi nUajlt
a'jj '.n'Mttrutr. "t'r-ai'ae al W trlsi tivu :fret t
Cir I- t t. llll,llie p.rmirlt,...,le, .prflafA,
If IM'. -. 1 e-p'rvi a l 'Ti-;, (o lot. KLIKI.tif
fet-ki rrL.Sl.i Li.-:,lu4. m..uvrtit.iji.UtHtoul4,
, X... , ......... 4 V'-.-
fi KnrtwneJ At-enta w-tteipitrli ! Terrlt.iry free
fi r."rely ,ir u.'lwll.na'tl Iii :i. propil'
1 1 I "'l f..r -.7 nji and all r:'Mri. Indn
L St. 4- :'l-!e Ka i IV.-.J a. a p-rf. -1 i.arfl.rlas
a TI.m 1'. T. tolled Ire iit (,o SJI 7th Ar. N. V
3IIH.VHONH WHY THE
CELLULOID Eye Olassa
ARE TIIK IiKST.
Becauae (hey are the LIGHTEST, IIAMJSOMES"
AND STRONGEST knom. Bold by OjiUcIam p
Jewel.rc Made by 8PENCEB OPTICAL CO., K.M
W T V 1 1 lAn Intelligent joubk man l1
i 1 ii 1 lil ' i every country town, lo take
permanent local agency fur the tale of otir tes'
roff- ee, etc. .to r Uab", I o consumer. This syerl
cy reqirrea no peuaiine ar:n nut a Bioleraie smo.1'1
of so.leiiinif. and If properly nanaecd will p
irom j io f i ) per .ear. rarueu are tree.
PEiifLK Tka CO.. 1". 0. Hox Stwi. Hi, Louis, Mo,
U A31UAIII APUIUT All IUIIKUIT.
Tal.wl.inowa prepaiation la hutily reommB4e
f'.r Dy.rM.pel.-a, Ilawtdavrhat, klrkneaw of tv
Mloanawia, in J aii eumpiainuarinne (ivm Aridity
tSillnuane, ..id Malarial I'vrrra. It cuul
toe I.IU.K1 AUU I'CllAle. Ilia b. l la . fkTnrrl
viHicin. f x tu.! U.s. Prui-ttMl by A. HOOKAS
S'l--.-, va.uiau, z-l uieckar r irevt, haw lark.
apsriur to Kioeral Watsrt, Betdlita Povdsra,.
watBAVAaii avao. uaihhiaia
27 STOP UKATTY'aS",
MilvK1. Ad.irea. DANIEL E. IlEA'ITy, Was
Iniim, N . J
Parkers Ginger Toni
Cure roniplnints of women nnd dresses of tl
st.'iiiA' h ii, mi;.a. Uv.-r and kidney, and
entirely different from lilt'er. fliifer esaeiiie ai
other teiiir a It sever Intoxicate. roct audi
size. Large savintf huvlnj one dollar sUe.
I1I.SCOX & CO , Chemists, N. T-
JM ETA L Tl P I.A M P WICK 5
Pld Her. 7, ISSf).
Gives a BrillhtiL White and Steady
Ik'lit. renires no tr ininliu'. and laslf fur mulitk
Sanip'r wick lort , :i wlrka i", cl., 1 j wicks 75d
imetnt' paid. llavo lime le, A. H.audI
Afi'ins wanted. Addre", MK'I'Ab UP LASl
Wil li ( o., "'(irtlandt St., s . V.
Oil MfOAl AWARDED
tha A uthot. A aw and areaA Sixd.
teal Wnrk.warraal.Ml tha I mat And
nian.aauUnd "tha Howooeol 11.
nr.Mnlf l'rvawmuon bound la
flneat Crunch roaalin. enibneasiL
auwl .nararinf. Via preaOTip.
lion, pnoe only ai Uarnl by
aoml onw.Addra. I'natindy Md.
runw TnvQrr p immtuienr i. w. h. pah.
KUIt,Nu 4 llalflocb at Rah
CUTICUKA iVrinaiifiitly Cures Humor
of the Scalp nnd Skin.
Cuticura remedies are for sale by all dmCHlall
Price of Cull.ura. a niejlr.nl Jelly, mall boxes, SW
larife boxes $1. Cuticura Resolvent, the new bloo
purifier, one dollar per bottle. Cuticura Miillrlni
Toilet Hoap, 2'.c. Cilllciira Medicinal Hhavlli
Hoar). Kiel.: In bars far ba'hers and Inriie coesuri
irs.Wls lrlncHiililepit, WEEKS X FUTTJCl
ty-AII mailed freo on receipt of price
A hook of rii.'u orlclimllty, entitled J
Tho crent problem solved, The Individual can
folly considered from the ae or responsibility o
'. '"'... "i... I.. ,.nard to ednrnl ou. home, society
" ". . ., rUm: 'huslne, etc. How bread estor
arc- to be bread-winners. The volnino ahoitiids I
.irikliiif thoimhls, rare Information and Intuns
. ' ...n.e. Viiil.tiasv colored nliilos-each on
. ..m. Airents wanted everywhere. Send for cli
rnlsr. full description terms, etc., to J. 0. Mi
t'UHOY A CO,, Chicago, III.
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l vif,.-i'v pi::-.
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