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CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINli, OCTOBER 15, 1881.
Mr. J. J. non.irt.on, Pitt.burt!, Tft., wile: "I
wMMtrerine from eonural (Uiblliiv, want of ap
petite, roii.tipnttoii.etc, aothat life va-" b burden;
ftenmlnir liurdork Wood Hitter. I Ml betterthan
for )' tare. I can not jimine y.mr Id iter toifmtich."
K. fllbh. of llutTnlo, N. V.. write: "Yoiit Bur
clock Wood Hitter, in chronic dlneiiscs of f tit; blood
liver Hnrl khlnei , have heeti .ivimlly marked with
ncee 1 havo n.ed them mv.i'lf with the hont
repnlm fur torpidltv of the liver, unit in tho can ol
a friend of mine .um ritin from tlropy, tho idToct
Tirtico Turner, Kocbe.ter, N. Y., write: "I
havo been mbiert to erlnu diorder of the kid
ney and unable to attend to busine; Ilnrdork
Blood Hitter relieved mo before- half a bottlo wan
ued. 1 feel confluent that they will eutlruly euro
K. Acenith Hall, IMnnlmmton, N. Y. writes: "I
fullered with a dull pain throuu'h my In ft luti( and
Shoulder. I.o.t tnv plrtt. iippetite and color, and
conld with dililcnltv kop tip all dny. Took your
liurdork Hlood Hitter a directed and him felt uo
pain elncc fim week after uainu them."
Mr. Noah Bate, Elmira, N . Y., write. "About
four year bl'o I hud an attack of hlloii fever, and
never fully recovered. Jlv diffeKtlvo organs wore
weakened, and I would he completely pro.trated
fordavK. After u.injr two bottle of your Burdock
Illood Bittern the Improvement was eo vlcihle that
1 waa.tonilied. lean now. though olxty-ono
year of age, do a fair and reasotmblo dav'a work.
C. Blacket Rohlrwm. proprietor of the Canada
Prebvterian, Toronto, (Int., writca: "Forvearel
ftifTend (jreatlv from oft recurring headaches. I
oed vonr Burdock Blood Bitter, with happiest re
oulle, and I now find w) (clf In better heultti than
for vear pat.
Ma. Wallace. Buffalo. Y. write : "I have
need Burdock Blood Kilters for uervoua and bilous
headache", and can recorunenrt thetn for anyene
requiring a cure for lilllotime-M."
Mr. Ira Mulhollard. Alhanv. N. Y., writes: For
oeveral venr I have differed from oft recurring bil
lons headache, dvpevU and complaint pe
culiar to tnv ex; Mnce nennz our Burdock
Blood Bitters 1 am entirely relieved
rp.irE, tl mi botti.t. : kamvi.is mze 10 a.
FOSTER. MILBOX & CO,,
BUFFALO, X. V-
For sale by PAL L 0. SCJU'H 1).
MBS. nm F. PiZKKAMS
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
TIk1 Positive Curo
For all Female Complaints.
Thlt preparation, said namn sVnlflM, consist of
VegoUble Pruv-t tte tltut are tiitrni) mh to the must del
kot Invalid. Un ouo trial ths merits of this Ooni'
pound will bo roeoKnite.1, as relief Is liimiedlate l and
when Its uselscnntitiue.1, In iiitii-ty-nirioeaM-sln ahuu.
dred,apiTmaneiitcurnlscffe('te(l,aitle)UMinil will U
tlfy. On account of tu pruvra merits, It la to-dsy ra
oommended and preKrIM by the bent pbyslclani In
It will cure entirely the worst fnrm of falling
of the uterus, Ix'in'orrli'ra, Irnn'ilur and painful
Menstruation, all (Harlan TrouMi't, Innsnunatlon and
Clceratlon, (loodUiKS, all Dlxiilaceintnts and the con
equent spinal wcakn as, and la eiec tally adapted to
the Change of Life. It will dissolve and expel tumor
Irom tho uUtuhIii an early stao of development, Tlia
tendency to cancerous humors thero Is checked very
peedll' by Its use.
In fact It ha proved to be the great
Mt and best remedy that lias aver bra discover
ed. It permeati' every portion ot tlie system, and give
new lite and Tliror. 11 removrs fslntnew.tlatiileney, de
stroys all craving for stunulanU.aud rvUuve weokna
t the stomach
fv euro UloatLnir, Il' siliyhos, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Blreplemnev, Dcpn-ssion and Indl
(Mtlon. Tliat feeling of hearing down, causing pain,
weight and barkacho, I always permanently cured by
tUaw. It will at all times, nndund"rnll clrcumstaO'
eea, act In harmony with tho Inw that govern the
for KJdni'y Complaint nf either sex this cuinpuond
Lydia t. P'uikham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at Wiatid tWiWostern Avenue. I.ynn, Moss,
prtce 1.00. Bui buttles for t'j.u). Bint liy moll In tit
form of pilKalsoln the form of Lou ws, on receipt
of price, $1.00, per box, for cither. Mrs. PlNilUM
freely answers all li tters of ln piiry Bi nd for pom
phloC Addnsasa'v9 .V.'ci,i thin ynfyrt,
Mo family should I witliout LVl'lA C 1'INKIUM'
LCYZR VILLU. They cum (r.rU)wtion, L'lUuusucai
and Torpidftr of the fjver. :t cents w r box.
FOK SALE BY DIU'OUISTS.
niCIIARDSOX & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale aceni for LTDIA 15. PINKUAM'B
I reimbursed In (treat uieasiiro, to lli'jo troubled
with weak Itldnejs, by a tudlclou use of Hostel
tur'a 8tomac.li Bitters, which Invigorate and tlm
nUles without excltlntf the urlnury ort'nns. iu
conjunction with Its Influence upnnthvta.lt cor
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way coududve to health and liurvu repoau. Alioth,
r marked quaUty 1 Its control over levur and aRUe
nd It power of praveiitliiu u. Kor lalo by all
drugylsUi and dealers Keuciully,
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"H. A. Burnett Cairo Illiuol "
Eiver and Soa.
Wa t.icd by tlio 'Iver t hat swopt
In it gl'iry and irr.nidour away,
But never a puis mi', r mo 1" pt,
And you won load ut mo th it day.
We stood by tho lake n It lny
With it iilmi'U-1 f o turti'1-! to tho light;
Wivlt ftranifc 1 b id ii'diiing to sty
To fair an I t tu h iiri ii; n i.'bt?
I looked on ymir tr- '.f t" Id
Voua'i'fiiir and it t ilnif to be loved
D you toink 1 ainiir- irlies; airl e. I I
That Ibsik en I urn wh jl.y unmoved ?
0"c answer, detir lrl nd I will make
To the quMiiou j'eiriyig of ret;
Talk not of the river r l .ke
To tb'ao wno have I'kf.l on the sea."
A WIFE TO LOVE HIM.
"I doclaro, Robert, I don't know
what you will do, unless you get mar
Robert Ackernian looked at hi3 sister
in mild reraonstraneo as be said gently:
"Marry! I! You forget, Dorothy."
Dorothy's face, softened. Under tho
daisies in the village cemetery slept a
bluo-eyed girl who hud been betrothed
to her brother eighteen long years be
fore, and diod one week before tho
'It is so long ago," bIio said in a tone
"Yes," her brother said, sighing,
"and I am too old to begin a new
life. Forty-three in December, Dor
othy'." "Well," said Miss Dorothy, tartly, "1
am five years older, and I intend to
marry John Sanderson in throo months
as soon aa his new houso is finished.
Now. Robert" this very coaxingly
"thero is Martha Gaines."
"Don't trouble yourself to pick out
my wife," her brother said, in a tone
of decision his easy-going, gentle na
turo rarely permitted to bo heard. "I
havo no intention of marrying, and
cortainly no desire to marry Martha
Ho left tho brcakfast-tablo abruptly
as ho spoke, and went to his study.
Miss Dorothy rubbed her nose vigor
ously. "Men arc so unreasonable," hIio
thought "Robert must have soiucono
to keep bouso for hiui when I go. And
Martha Gaines is tho best housekeeper
The idea of Martha Gaines presid
ing over tho china-closet and linen
chests that bad been her life's delight
until Cupid came to win away tho old
maid's altonlion, becanio moro and
more agreeable to Miss Dorothy as tho
morning wore away.
Til just givo Martha a hint," bho
finally concluded. "Anybody can
twist Robert round a finger if they only
They were pcoplo of position in
Meadowville, being wealthy, nnd owing
several of tho largest farms in the vi
cinity. With good servants woll trained
under ber own sovero discipline, ample
moans, and a brother who never found
fault, Miss Dorothy's housekeeping bad
cortainly had few thorns.
But wheu bho consented to beeonio
tho wifo of tho minister ot Meadow
ville tho transfer of her power and
privileges becanio ft weighty hunleu.
IJut ouo solution seemed possible.
Her brother must marry boido steady
tniddlo-aged spinster, who would keep
up the prim neatness and the hun
dred littlo details of Miss Dorothy's
Miss Martha Gaines, n vinegar-faced,
sharp-voiced woman, of limited income,
and unlimited energy and temper,
roved to bo smiliugly willing to tako
iss Dorothy's bints in good part
It had been a very satisfactory after
noon to Misa Dorothy, and sho camo
homo to toa in a placid frame of mind.
Her brother in the meantime, niter
tho noonday dinner hud found him
self unequal to his usual afternoon's
reading, and strolled down a shady
lane in tbo direction of tho church.
Was it his sister's suggestion that had
so brought back to Ins memory tho
swoet baby faco of his young betrothed
that ho sought her grave P
Many a long summer afternoon ho
had passed thero iu the early days of
his beroavcniont, but time closes tbo
worst wounds, uud of lato years ho had
not been very often to tho secluded
corner where Susio Dent slept, in tho
bhado of a great oak tree.
He walkod slowly, musingly, his eyes
on the ground, till ho was closo to tho
Then ho looked up, and reeled back
as if ho would fall.
Closo to tbo gravo, one littlo hand
testing on tho marblo lioad-stono, was
girl ot seventeen or eighteen, droBsed
In vvhlto, with a wldo straw hat that
shaded Susie's groat Uuo-cycs, Suslo's
long, fair curls.
Hobort Ackernian tolt as It bo had
lost bin reason uud this was a vision of
adisordercd brain. 1 1 is voice was'.honrso
and strained as ho said:
"Who are yon, child?"
"I am Susie Dent," said a low, sweet
voico. "It is tho namo on tho stone
hero. That Susie Dent was my nimt,
who died when I was a baby. Tapa
thinks 1 look liko her."
Th" explanation was givon with
childlike frankness and simplicity, nnd
gradually tho sull'ocating throbs of
Robert's heart became quiet, and his
voico was natural, nnd bad its habitual
gentleness, us lie said:
"I know your father well before he
left Meadowville, and I know your
aunt. You may havo board of Robert
"Who was to havo married Aunt
"Yes, dear child. You arc liko hor
very much liko her. Are you stayiug
"Yes. I havo been ill. Not very,
very sick, but" and sbo gave a littlo
gleeful laugh "the doctor says 1 won
too many school prizes last term, and
that I must go to tho country, and not
open a book for three months. So I
am boarding with papa's cousin, Miss
"Ab, yes. Woll, you must let mo
como to seo you sometimes, for your
"I shall bo very glad to see you,"
said Susie frankly, thinking this was
tho dearest old gentleman sue bad ever
Ho chatted with her a littlo longor,
and then walked with ber to tho gato
of her cousiu's collage, but would no!
then go in.
"I will como soon to seo you," ho
promised as bo left her.
15ut ho said nothing to Dorothy of
this encounter, feeling that a sacred
chord of memory had been touched,
and shrinking from commonplace re
marks upon it.
The next day Miss Dorothy went to
the city to attend to her wedding pur
chases, and to visit a relative.
Robert wos a man of sensitive refine
ment, a gentleman in the truest sense
of the word, a scholar and a philan
thropist, while his sister, without being
vulgar, was what the M'.-a-iowviHians
called a "-tirring woman," full of life
and bustle, of overflowing energy, and
an incessant talker.
Miss Dorothy had been in the city but
a few days, when a letter from Meal
owvillo tilled her heart with elation.
It was signed "Martha Gaines," and
that maiden wrote:
"Your brother conies over nearly
every tlay. I suppose he's lonesome
while you aro away, and he mostly
stays to tea. I've got a boarder this
summer, a daughter of a cousin of mine
in tho city. She's only a little girl, but
sho plays and sings a little, and your
brother likes to hear her. She's been
sick, and he's 6ent the carriage over
for us to drive every pleasant day."
Every week thero camo a long exult
ing letter from Miss Gaines to her dear
friend Dorothy, until tho time was
drawing near for tho elderly spinster's
All her wedding garmeuts wero
made, marked, anu neatly, packed
whon she received a letter from hor
"Wait until WoflnoQilar. and I will
bo your escort to Meadowvillo."
t This curt epistlo bad been written af
ter a day of great moment to Robert
Ho had gone quito early in the morn
ing to the post-ollice. and returning
parsed the cottage of Miss Gaiues. 11a
Lad sometimes loitered a littlo at that
hour to chat with tho ladies as they
trimmod tho garden flowers, but on that
day ho paused and caught bis breath
as an excited voice rang out upon tho
tur the voico of Martha Gaines say
in": "You aro an impudent little thing,
and I'll send you homo to-morrow.
1 low daro you set up to teach mo how
to treat my husband!"
A low sweet voico answered:
"You need not bo so angry, Cousin
Martha. I only said 1 thought Robert
Ackernian deserved a wifo who lovod
"Fiddlesticks love! You sentimen
tal school-girls talk such arrant non
sense Robert Ackernian is amoouing,
dreamy old bachelor who wants a wifo
to manage hi in and keep his house.
"Robert Ackerman is a noble, true
gentleman a uiau to honor, a man to
love! And if be marries ho wants a wifo
to lovo him, to givo hini louder service,
to mnko his lifo glad and bright."
".My good gracious!" gasped tho as
tonished old maid.
"You think more this minuto," con
tinued Siiiio, "of his house, bis money,
his carriage, and his tublo-lineu than
you do of him!
"Well, suppose I do! Perhaps you
would like to marry him yourself."
"lie would never think of such a
thing; I am just an iiisignilicant school
girl, to whom ho is kind. Rut if 1 did
marry him, it would be for love, and
not for his money or his house!"
lb ro tho swoet but ftxciii'd voice broke
in a sob, ami Susie evidently lied from
Robert Ackormau walked homo very
For many weeks, ever sineo that
tnco:ing in tho cemetery, ho had felt as
if his lost lovo, tho hopo of his young
manhood, had been restored to him.
Every hour's intercourse with Susio
brought hack tlio long buried dream of
Imppimss more vividly. Rut ho had
crushed Mown all hopo. Never could
he link that bright, just dawning lifo
with his sad memory freighted one,
liut this morning's experience gavo
him a now hopo a hope that mndo his
breath como thickly, his heart throb
Ho could not bear such suspenso
long, and in tho afternoon ho wandered
to a spot in tho woods where Susie had
often brought her dainty needlework,
and where Miss Martha's keen eyes had
nover fallen upon tho two as they chat
ted by the hour of books, of travol,
even of littlo Suslo'a school exper
iences. Ah ho expectod, ho found Susio there,
but alio was pale and shy, had evident
ly been weeping, and shrunk from him
us sho had never dono before.
Very gently, very tenderly, ho woood
tho sweet bluo-eyed child, till her gold
en head rested on his breast, and sho
"I cannot imagine greater happiness
than to bo your wifo.
Miss Dorothy Ackerman was all
veaily to ruttun to Muudowvlllo when.
her lifothor presented himself in tho
parlor of tho liouso where sho was vis
iting. Ho surveyed tho ancient garments in
which Bho had arrayed herself for trav
td with such manifest disgust that it
wakened hor indignant surprise.
Never before had Robert noticed her
"What aro'you looking at mo in that
way for?" sho uskod sharply. "This
dress is good enough to spoil with rail
road dust and cinders. Como to look
you are wonderfully sprucod up your
self. Why, your suit is newj new
"I wish vou to dress yourself hand
somely. Dorothy,1' hor brother said
quietly, "to attend my wedding."
"You can't bo married till wo got to
Meadowville. Miss Martha surely nev
er camo hero with you."
- "I told you sonio timo ago, Dorothy,
that I had no intention of marrying
"Then who are you going to marry P"
Miss Dorothy simply stared, with a
creeping horror that her brother was
"She is Philip Dent's daughter, my
"What aro you talking about? Philip
Dent hasn't been married but- "
"Twenty years. Susie is eighteen,
just the ago of my dear, dead dar
ling!" Miss Dorothy bad a soft plaeo in her
heart, hard as she seemed, and sho had
loved her brother's betrothed in that
long ago when they were all young.
Her voice was very gentle a sho askod:
"Are you sure she loves you, Robert?
She is very young!"
"Rut sho loves me, Dorothy! Do not
fear for my happiness, sister."
And Miss Dorothy meekly solectod
tho richest costume from her trousseau
to attend the wedding.
It was not until the party returned to
Meadowvillo that Miss Martha Gaines
realized how vain a castle in the air sho
The Elmira 'Vie J'n.is cists its sur
gical eyo about and remarks: "Tho
president's physicians couldn't have
been more astonished if the bulh t
which killed their patient had been
finally cut out of a saw-log in one of tho
A fast male is very liable to meet with
Ayoob Kahn is thought to be the bar
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We must tell some ilien a great deal to
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A ILiptist Minister's Experience.
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THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Tiosh of appctitn.Nuuaen.bowelfl contive,
Piiiu in thcITo. .ii, with r. rtull Honsuiion in
tlio biick pnrt, Fnm uivier tho Khouhlor
blmie, fulltit'M ufter i ut't,K, v. i'.h n iliHin
cliiuitioulo exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper. Low upirit,IiOHii
of momorjYwith a fet-luiir of Miivinit iipr
loctvd some'il'ul, "weariness, UizintsH,
i'liUteiintrof the Heart. DotH before the
cyox, Yellow Skin, Heu'laehe, KPHtl8H
nesTal'Iiiiht,"bihly'( olorvd Uriuo.
IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UN HEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WU SOOH CE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS ,r'' e.ifi-iitliy inlapteit to
Kin ll '!lei,(Hn- llie .Hi-elH sill ll.ll llltllKH
ol fei'lnii,' uk to H-tonili tin- Millen-r.
Th.y liififiiM- Hie 4 IM'lll-. llllll I Hll-e tiitj
IvkIv to 'Ink nil l'lh. thus tin- M-tem is
niiiirUlM-il ". ' hy ineir 1'onli- let i mi n I he
lIlKnllt.lN'dint, H-jrMlr MmU mi- lr
,.,. ITiee J. . Mi., a Uunuv St.. S.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
flHA v H Alii nr W II i-K i
Ht.i K hy Mivl'- .ii-i-:
ll'ir!i ll lml'i:'.l " 'I"
P'lid I I 111 'I. c-tsH -i l.t e
'd 1i n Ul.os- V
ill i.I this Iivk. It
. ..n r. n-l el $1.
OfTico, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(Or. T res im il. r ,- ir,,raMita k
theful Itej-rli't. -.11 lr n&ll-4 1 HI 1. wa HrmlUim.P
( leilti iiie, mil 11 Itrluk.)
IKI'. Ill III', )HIIHKF.,
AviTit t'ri-.rsr an;!:p-i M ri.i-. i.yi. u
n k.i ii." all uiKKli lh i
Alt t'N("i-csof ihft-'orr-irh, ItowcS, HI ,!,
Li v r. h niii- ri. I riht.r j OryMr. S-r-
SIOOO IN COLD.
Will he t'Hl'l for .1 I "l"e f 1 1 -V H l'l ll"! r IT" I
hil, or (i.i ni'.iMUt i'i oi ii.jurium
inn' ii in 'ii.
AikV'Hir driikvl-t f'.r H":i ltltf n,d ir
l hi-m hi-lori: ..u r'. 'i. Tiike imiilher.
i) I. (' tu U'i s''--e
, 1 1 1 1 rf i-ll I ' . ' iirf f - ir
"i i;n, Uj'i.ii aud
I'mf r- r; -. i. t'-,i I
Hr.p Hill--. M". ' ,K
Whose complexion betrays
some Imiialialins impcrlec
lion, whoso mirror tell yon
that you aro Tanned, Sallow
and disHgurert in countenance,
or liavo Eruptions, Kcduess,
Roughness or unwholesome
tints of complexion, wo say
use Hagan's Magnolia IJalni.
It is a delicat e, liannless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural :;n!l entranc
ing tints, tlio artiiiciality of
which no observer can detect,
and which fjoon becomes per
manent if tho Maguolu Halm
(iliAV'S srr.CIKK! MKWCIN'E
kDE MARK. Tho firent Klii'-
f&?Sx ''H'' 1'''iiii;ilv, An
liiJlnlltii(( cere hir
f tf4Z ''"mit.iii wt-nkncHH
'Tliil . y Wii Hiii piniii . i.,.i.
Hjieruiut ir.lii'ii. itii
mteiii',y Mini nil
tllfUJll-eH thill I'llUlW
UK ,1 HllllUUIICl.'
'.i'i (if Helf iiliu ki" : iiu
n f m i ""''miry, 'c.'V
JjC10rolakU!f''stiivt-r!ittM.iriilli!.l.Mft t ni,.v;
binln;n llni InnltA11'"? llHgi
!(MJ ,f ini.iiiiiri.
I mil 'll ill .3 I'm K,
(llmneMs of vifilmi, iirenmiiui) olil Ho, uud niiuiy
otlii'riliHi'ii.nn iiisi imiilti) iiinault v,i crmrnuii (jtlun
'i ,'i' nun in ; i. in e,
C r"l''llll l-lli-l ir uliiru In imr immtiM.il uhleh
(IiihIiu' tu bijiiiI I'r'Mi hv liliill to evervotitt. j"l7"Tho
npruuc li'HK in,, ih Hiild hv nil (Ii'IikkIsW ttt ?!
I'ui.Kiiee. urri. imi'KULTi.'H lor jji', or Will lie peill.
uv llliiuuu luceqn ut 'lie m'liiev, nv H(l!irfrmilU
TIIK UUAY MUDH'INE CO
Hulil lo Uulro hv 1'iuii . Hcliuli.
Kor IlioCAKK nnd TUUATMRST of
Willi tin! Very lhmt f ProleHHloiuil Ciiro. For
Turing uud I n to unit I or,, Aihlrrcu
bin k llox Nu'. :il'J, C1I1CAUO, ILLsj,
Octubvr 11, Iftsl.-illhi
If8 HJI H"1
T II E MILD P0WEB
Ilumnlireys' Iloinoopathio Bpticitics
I'rnvwl from ample -xierleiie an rtitlrn
jiieeeHK. hlmnle. I'nmuH, I . Ill t-1 , , 1 . nnl
III- nil , they tire I lie nliln in, ,11, .,,..,
liililjueii 1,1 mi,iiiii,( lle,
I.IHf I'KIM'II'AI. NUH. rllfllM, FIIIOK.
I, 1-rviTii, i oiii'eHtinii, liilliirnnintliiim, ,1
i xiiriiL, " in in i ever, wnrin (olle, ,jr.
s. i r iiik t line, nr i eeiiunii ur tufuiilii, i
n. nixeiiirrv, itiiuhk, iiiiiihi. I olio, Bi
K. liiilem ,lnrliii, viuiiiiiuK, &
7. ( illivlla, I olil, Hriilii hllN,
8. Neiiriiltfln. lonllmelie; Ineenehfi, . ,-g,
II. lleniliiclieH, Slek lli iiiliiehiin, Vertigo, ft
III. II vieH.ll, i'lllnllH Miiniliel :tt,
,'i ll I I "i kiiithiiiiih. .,5,
in. piiii iream-u or 1-111111111 l ernia.,
M 1. fiiii-H, do tirniii-n rmniii, . . ,-x,
t!:;. I'miiii. ' iiiifh, lillheiill lireiiihtnir, .'."1
Kit. hull Itliriitii. I'irvsiM-l.iH. l.rui,! Iinm.
1.1 ItheniiuitiMiii, (iheuu.jtii' I ntiin, ,Jr
ll',, l eierillnl Vune.l lilll I 1 11T, AkiH'S, fll
IT. I'lle.. I. Iln.l nr Hleeilliik', :a
la. i nl iirrh neiiie or rlinmle; Ititl ii.-fiya, :.i
,11. VV hoiitiltiif otiili, vim, ni 1 imi,.1ih, .!iii
.'I. (. 1 lie rill tie llll il v, I'li.li'l en k lie, ,
.'i. hii'lli-V D.neimc, ..Vi
fiJi. let M. I'eliim . ,- iiTlnritiirrliell. l.ili
ir i I amuri. V Hulil.... tl..til I... e,.,l Ui !l
ill j mi' 1 .e'l, ;. fm
I'lllll lull, I. ll, f 1
I liy the ( use, IJ
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ev' lloiik on N
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I'lir K:ue n 11 rtlKKI-1 1, nr W-IH
iirsllllile llll. free ellillVf, tin
iirtee. .'en. I fur lr. 1 1 11 ill i Ii re
llieMe, tvr., lll Imie i, .il-u 1 1 1 ual r h Ii- d
I iiliilnuue, HICK.
,til Ireni, llniiiiiltrfv.' lliilneniiiiilile
.Vli d. ( u., lU'J l-ultuu HI.. ;ev io,U.
NEW ADVKKTISBMENTH. -
Self 1:11m ahmilutu nnd curtain. SpeedT relief
and roniiiktu rvotoratlun to In-iilili. Our Treatno
arid full isrllrnlHr inalled 011 receipt nf Htamii.
K K. t'OI.IIY, Tower nim k. rtt. I.oiin, Mo.
Tone, Toncb, WorSmanshiD & DnraMlity.
WILLIAM K.fAItC V O.
' anil X W.t Ilalilmora btroet, Haltlraora
f). V.I HXt& ATeaut, New Ygrk.
Y0r N ti MKV If "' would learn Tel.ra
AVl.im ,,JV r,ir ,,,,., nd he
ferlain of a nitiintluu, adiliemi alintine lirotheri,
Jitlieiivjlje, ii i.
AImSALARV MraonU. AUEXPENSES
4iikJ. WAOKM iiremptlir 1I. SLOAN
A u. S06 Urore Hi. iDrlunslf. U.
J "? "7 "7 YKAll nnd trxprnm.-a to ainla. Out-
rS I i fit" free. AddreiM
I. (J. 1CKKHV, Aupuita, ile.
Hf(r PAY E J "rk; M,''.')' J"1'- Co,,1Jr
..... rnKiiiicr ner. 1 ri' to
I IMisKVil o., Mathlt-liead, Mki.
I'lI.KS, PII.KS, 1'ILKS!
(hir Indian f'li Iteim dy will n)Mlivc!y and trlli-e-tiiftuy
1:1111: lUiid, l;h.i:d;ii'j and I:i h:n,' r;e. $ul
fur rnle liy iru'itl Neiit uli re( i:!it id price, l.
MfUd rtamp fur iMinihi't.
K CULHT, TuMer Clixk, St I.ouif, Mo.
!" DliTLT Ii Ai'i nt. wanted fr Life
ljA.hr lYAA) "fJvr-,,',,;t,,;r?tV?-.A
romplete, f lidiul rilxto
ry from r.radle to (.'rave, hy tho rmi' .nil hiofrapher,
t'ol, (.'oh we'll ll tio'lie'lioli hi !.! exr.eiUiuy Ji,o.
I). L'liij:, GuM'nior of Ma-M llmika u i read1 for
delivery An eh partly 1 1 ! t: ! r R t 1 volnn.. Co
diWn d edition I.i Uera! lernif. At', lit takeorderit
for from 'Jo u .Vi copiea diiily, dais.'i'. ai,y oilier
book ten to oiil- A(;eiiiK i,' Vi r mad inoiirjr 0
fart The hook r.-l!i It elf Kipi r-.er.re rot nce
eioiary. 'al!'.ir.- iinknown. A;i iiinke immen.e
jirolllK. I rhnte u riio-free l.eo. Mii.iiun & Co.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Avnitimof youil.fnl in.pr.nli :we ra-.in! I'rfrca
nni I'l-i'iy, .Ni rvniia I i.ii.'tr, Ut Ms-,i,il, tv
havii .' t: n d 111 vain every ku' u rmniy, !. di
Oivi r. il a .itn If !( cin-. whieh he r.ll - 11 i FUKK
t hi Hlov.-i.nfl.-r.rs. .vi-lnu J. II. ltbfcVIA
43 t liutliani -t., .V I.
NK.W Ali KHTI'-KMKN'isi,
27 STOP JKATTY".S,(.:V"ANtli:
Onlvi. Aildn . s HANI Kl. K HIJATTV, Wa-li-int'ioii.
Parkers (linger Tonic
Cure, complaint of wonu'ti ami ili-n uieii of tli(
tiiinarh. l,oi'!s, luni.'. liver and kiilr;e. and I
eiitiielydiih ri nl from hltiet.. irlicer er-. i,ce and
other loliiri. ns il never Hi'm ici!' " r 1 tn and 1
fixf, l.nru'e fft vi ti ir Inn Inn one ilollnr rle,
HlSl'tlX A U) , t in lilies, N. Y.
1'ilM lpr. 7, 18SO. .J
Uirea UriUiatit, White and NU ad;
liu'ht, reilref no tr rninliiL', ntitl Iniof for month.
rtniiiil i'k lorti-., :i wh k '.'.' etr , I -J virk ?Stt
poi-tiit'e paid. Have ihrie nlxe. A I'., and I).
Agents anted. Addriss, MKT At. Ill' LAMP
Wli K ( ., ToCi.rliimdt St., V.
Uin A titlinr A m and areai MisT.
leal Wnrk,wrrantfHl t hn b,t and
Aheap"!, ifxl!fti.nihjii to r-very
tnan,.ntitlisl "ihn Heinnr-nof l.tfa
or.tnll l'rieraimn ;" tKiuml in
Mm! Krenoh tuuhhn.niiitsrtiH-i.
Rlmil emrra.iiiKi, 1 pn w-riri.
tiona, Jineo only ! Ji'nt hf
ml nnw.Aililns-a l-iwlioily ,Mi.
fMflUJ IUVQri r 'ri1 ln.tiim.iiir lr. W II I'AK-
K V.ll, Kit 4 liujliuch U Ilualun.
Cl'TKTUA ivrmaiipiiily I'iiitm Huuiors
of the Scalp ami Skin.
Cnl'dira reniedie lire for rule, liy all dniL'Kli'l"
l'rlce of Ctititiira. n nii'dli nl Jelly, ciiinll lime. .Vict
lurire Inixim l. l utlctirn Henolvi nt, llni new Mood
imriller, one dollar per nettle, ('ntli iirii Medlrlnal
loiht foa), Urie. Cuticiira Mi'dii'liml Shaving
Soap, 1,'ii tH.; In hum fir ha hern and ltirun eon. tim
er., Wn ih rrlnclt..!! di)K.I, WEhKS 1'OTTKK,
f tr-All mailed free 011 receljit of price
A liook nf mro, (.rliriiiKlity, entitled
Tho L'rent prohlem solved. Tim Indlvldiial caru
fully cmi.id.'riid from tho ntfu of re.pomdhlilty up
to maturity, in l'Krd to eduratlon, liome, .orlety,
love, in arrlii ire, IniHi nil, etc. How bread ealer
are o u. I rti. winnera. Tim vo tirnu a hoiind. in
HtriUtnu thotiulits, rare iiilurmatioii nnd liileimo
coiiimot. .en-". I'till-pnuw i'l'r-cl platen-each ono
n I'em. Aent" wanteil everywhero. bt'titl lor dr
ctiliir full de.crlptlon term., etc., to J. t. Mo
CUMUY it CO., Chicago, 111,
At. l.ll -fc
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All , 'mot.a l- .t "5,i