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Mra.J. O. itobertson, I'ittshnrrf, I'g., wltes: "I
u sulfertuq from general debility, want of Ap
petite, constipation. etc., sotliat life va' a burden;
after tislnif Kuriloclt Mood Hitlers I frit better ttian
for years. I con not praise yonr blttfru too much."
R. Gihba. nf Buffalo, N. V.. writes: "Vour Bur
dock Rlood Hitters, m chronic diseases of ihu blood
llvcr and ktdntu a, have been signally marked wit li
'ucfoss 1 have used them myself with tlie hunt
results fortorpidltv of the I Ivor, and In thn cane ol
a friend of mine dufl'crmn from dropsy, tho effect
Bruce Turner, Rochester, N. V., writes: "I
have been tuhject to serious disorder (if the kid
neys and unable to attend to business; Burdock
Blood Bitters relieved mo heforu half a bmile waa
used. I feel confident that they will entirely cure
E. Asenith Halt, Illni.'tiamtim, N . Y. wrltea: "I
differed with a dull pain tliriiimli my left lime; and
ihonlder. Lost niv spirits, appetite mid color, and
conld with difficulty keep up all day. Took your
Burdock Blood Bitter as directed tind haw foil no
pain aincc first week after using them."
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmlra, N. V.. wrltos. "About
four years auo I had an attack of biloiia fever, and
never fully recovered. Mv digestive organs were
weakened, and I would be completely prostrated
for (lav. After iisinctwo bollloa of your Burdock
Wood Bitters the Improvement wan so vlslhlo that
I waa astonished. 1 can now, though aixty-ono
veers of ai;o, do a fair and reasonable dav'a work."
C. Waeket Robinson, proprietor of the Canada
Prcshvterian, Toronto, Out., writes: "Tor vears I
suffered (,'reatlv Irom oft rec.urrine headaches. I
used vour Burdock Blood Bitters with happiest re
cults, and I now 11 nd myself iu better health than
for years past.
Mrs. Wallace. Buffalo, N, Y., writes: "I havo
oscd Burdock Blood Itinera for nervous and biloue
headaches, and can rerommend them for anyano
requiring & cure for biliousness."
Mrs. Ira Mtilliollaud, Albany, N. Y., writes: For
several vears 1 have (differed from oft recurring bil
ious headaches, dyspepsia and complaints, pe
culiar to mv sex. Since using your Burdock
lilood Bitters I am entirely relieved.
Price, SI riii bottle: sampi.b hize 10 its.
FOSTER, MILBURX & CO,, Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, X. Y.
Foraale by PAUL G. SCHl'II 1
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Poltlvi Onre
For all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, aa Ita nam alfrnlflea, oonanroi ot
vtevtable Propertlea that arc barmloM to the moat del
ou invalid. Upon one trial lha merita of thla Com
pound will b recognlied, aa relief la Immediate i and
wbao Ita uaels oontluued, In ninety nliio caaa In a bun.
drd,apnnanenteiulaeirctd,Mthousaoda will tua
Bfy. On aceosnt of 1U proven morlta, It li to-dny r
commended and prescribed by the beat phyiiclana In
It will cure entirely the worat form of falllnf
of the uterus, Lfucorrhcua, Irn'irul&r and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Floodincrt, all Displacements and the con
sequent aplnal weakneai, and la especially adapted to
the Change of Life. It will dissolve and eipel tumors
f rem the otcnuin an early stage of derelopment. The
tendency to cancerous liumora there la checked very
peedlly by tta use.
la fact It haa proved to be the gmet
et and best rrmedy that baa aver hen dlaoover
d. It permeetee every portion of the system, and gtvea
new Ufeand rigor, ltremovea falntness.riatulency, de
stroya ell craving for stimulants, and rclievoa wealmeca
U the stomach
ft cure Bloating, Headaches, Kfrroua I'roatratlnn,
OeuereJMUlty,Bleepliiwneaa, Depnwlon and Indl
(eatloa. That fueling of bearing down, causing pels,
weight and backache, la always permanently cured by
Its we. ItwUlataUtlmes.andundrrall clrcumitan
ee, act hi harmony with the law that governs the
For Kidney Oomplalnte of either sea thla oompeona.
Lydia E. Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at 133 and ISi Western Avenue, Lynn, Man.
frtoe $1.00. Bll bottlea for V0O. Bent by mall In the
form of pUla, also In tlie form of Loteniroa, on reoelpt
f prioe, $1.00, per box, for cither. Mrs. 1'INillAM
Osely answers all Itttem of Inquiry. Send for pam
phlet. Address aa above Nmtinn lhi paper.
Ho family should be without LVDIA E. ITNKHAH'
LtVSR POJA They cure Constljiatlon, L'Ulousneaa
And Torpidity of the IJver. at cents twr box.
FOR SALE B7 DRUOOISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale aetils for LYDIA K. PtNKUAM'8
v egciauie coiupouna.
Is relmbnrsed in Kreat measure, to those troubled
with weak kidneys, by Judicious use of llostet
tr a Htomach Miters, which lnvloratoa and atlm
nlttea without Mcltlnu the urinary oruua. In
conjunction with lu Influence upon them, It cor
rect acidity, Improves appetite, and I lu every
Way Conducive to health anil tiuro. .,.... lnih
'""rk,"l inalltyla lu control over lever and ukuc-
... iucr ui preventing u, rut salu jy all
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LOCAL WKATUEK KEPORT.
Caiho, III., Oct. IB81. f
Tlmo. Bar. Thor, Ham. Wind. Vl Weather.
a a.m SI.M
li p.m '0.1
Maximum Temperatnre. 8l!; Minimum Tem
poratnreWn; Haln 0 l Inches.
tuvur, i ruui.a lucuesnui, a menca.
W. H. RAY,
Sorg't Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
A Wise Deacon.
"Deacon Wilder, I want jou to tell mo
how you kept yourself and family well the
pastBcason, when all tho rest of us have
been sick so much, and have had the doctors
visiting us bo often."
'Tro. Taylor, the answer is very easy. I
used Hop Bitters in time; kept my family
well and saved the doctor bills. Three dol
Jars' worth of ft KPfit us well and able to
work all the time. I'll warrant it has cost
you and tho neighbors ono to two hundred
dollars apiece to keep sick the samo time."
"Deacon, I'll use your medicine hereafter."
When Tresidont Garfield waa a young
professor ho wrote these lines in a
young gill's album:
If tbe treasures of ocean were Inid at my feet,
Audits depths wero all robbed of ltd Coral
And tho ulnmonda wore trougbt from tho
And with them were placed &U the wealth of
Nt si ver, nor eoltl, nor spoils of the sea.
Northotrtrlandof fame that the world can
But a pu rilled heart that from sin is mado
I would ak for thoc, frlen 1, on thy Journey
below, J. A. Uakfield.
Hiram, J.m. 8, l.SST.
"Just as (,'ood." One of my friends who
had been using Fellows' Compound f-'rup
of Hypophospliites for Consumption, was
induced by one of our druggists to take an
other preparation of Hypophosphitcs, which
he said, was "just as good, if not better."
The use of half a bottlo taught him that, if
ho would consult his safety, he must return
to your Syrup again. George C. Foot,
Mansion-IIouse Hotel, Baltimore, Md.
Tbe Possibilities of Sawdust
A lumbor journal calls attention to
the wonderful possibilities of sawdust
as follows: We have boen shown a
model of a car wheel consisting of aa
iron rim of several inches outward di
ameter by one-half inch thick, fitted
with a well-proportioned hub, the space
between the hub and rim filled with
pine sawdust, pressed in so solidly that
we are ready to believe the assertion
that resting tho iron rim upon bearings,
a pressure equal to twenty-three tons
applied to the hub failed to develop any
signs of weakuess. Sawdust car whools,
sawdust brick, sawdust fence-posts, rail
road tios, and even sawdust window
and door frames, wainscotting and
mouldings begin to appear among tha
possibilities of the immediate future
Porui.AU discrimination in favor ot Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup lias given it a larger
sale than any other remedy of its Class.
rice 25 cents.
The Worst of Every one
It i9 so easy to get into tho way of
thinking the worst of , our friends and
neighbors, that ono should guard
against a habit of detraction with all
one's might. It is painfully depressing
to be with those who habitually speak
evil of others. Ono feels in a charmed
circle of hopeless iniquity, if it be not
ono of delusive appearances. Every
thing is bad throughout, and there is
not a, square inch of virtue left for our
weary soul to rest on. Peoplo whom
we Lave loved since we were children,
aro shown to us as seamod and scarred
with iniquities, and unworthy our most
tepid regard; names that wo havo ven
erated aro stripped of their laurels, and
crownod with woods and straw, or
made out to be the mere shadows of
names, if indeed they are not tho
shadows of foul substances; our pot
illusions aro sneered at, and life is
stripped of poetry. Peoplo given to
detraction can never find a possible
excuse, a charitable reason, for any
thing they do not agree with, like, or
understand. Say they sco some ono
they know under conditions admitting
of two explanations ono supposing
doubtful tasto of discretion, tho other
compatible with perfect innoconco and
purity of thought and niotivo; you
novor hoar them givo tho latter in
terpretation, or accept it when offered
to them. It must bo that doubtful ap
pearances aro the warranty of evil
ilocdsj and they will not bo convinced
to tho contrary, say whut you may;
they lovo to hoar and believe evil rather
Skin Dirieascs Cured.
By Dr. Fruzies's Magic Ointment. Cures
as if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on tho face,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, 'Soro Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, &c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland. O., Buffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most carelul doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra
zier'g Magic Ointment and was cured by a
BifTlio first and onlv Dositive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
hent by mail on rcceint of nricc. Fifty
Henuy & Co., Solo Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
1 lies, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure cure. Price $1. 00, by mail. For sale
For Balo by Geo. E. O'llara.
HiciunuuoM & Co., Wholiialo A (Is.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TEUSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1881.
The First President Who Died in Offioe.
Three times in past years tho nation
hits boon callod to join in funeral pro
cession over tho corpse of a president
who has diod in oflico. Tho writer well
remembers how tho country stage
brought to a village in Maine tho news
of Harrison's death. There wero no
tolegraphio bulletins during his illness;
the telegraph was then but a philosoph
ic experiment; five years wero vet to
pass beforo tho first practical wire
should bo laid. Railroads wore but ten
years old; such a trip as was planned
nud executed for Garfield would havo
been, in Harrison's time, wholly impos
sible. Mail communication was not
one-third what it now is. Thoro wore
but twenty-six states. Tho nation
scarcely exceeded seventeen millions.
Yet the sorrow was as sincoro and the
tokens as earnest and cordial as those
that aro witnessed now. The shock to
the country was heightened by the fact
that Harrison was tho first president
who had died in oflico. The wheels of
government had revolved for fifty
years without this check. Tho people
wero unprepared for the event, and
wero uncertain nay, anxious as to
its consoquonces, They had not tho
assurance wo enjoy that tho political
system would bear tho strain. As now,
so then, everywhere wero seen demon
strations of tho national grief. In
Washington city nearly every building
bore tokens; tho public buildings wero
shrouded, tho elegant dwellings wero
heavily draped Cvnn tho lowliest
abodes bore some inexpensive budges.
Business wns suspended. Tho funeral
pageant was, for that era, very cere
monious. Tho procession was two
miles in length, and comprised the
United States troops stationed in and
near Washington, with many regiments
from other cities, undor the general
command of Winfiold Scott, and be
sides numerous civic societies and a
vast body of civilians. It was mar
shaled by officers in mourning. Tho
remains of tho deceased president were
laid temporarily in tho congressional
burying ground, the burial service of
tho Episcopal church boimr read by tho
Rev. Mr. llawley, and military salutes
fired. Tho car on which the coffin was
borno from tho cemetery is described
in coteuiporanoous accounts as a splen
did one, decorated with black plumes
and drawn by six whito horses. In
July following the remains were trans
ferred to their permanent resting place
near North Bond, upon a beautiful
knoll rising two hundrod feet abovo
tho Ohio river.
Exceptionally long beards havo al
ways attracted a good deal of attention,
and history records many instances of
this kind. Riuibcr von Talherg, a Ger
man Knight, and Councillor of Maxi
milian II? (d. 1575), rejoiced in aboard
which reached to his feet, and from
thero again to his waist, John Mayo,
a celebrated painter of tho sixteenth
century, who accompanied Charles V.
in his campaign, had a beard so long
that although he was a tall man, it
would hang upon the ground when ho
stood upright; he wore it, therefore,
fastenod to liis girdle. George Killing
worth, sent by Queen Mary as ono of
her agents in 1555 to Czar Ivan tho
Terrible, is said to havo bad a board 5
feet 2 inches long. In the olden time,
when every part of tho body had its
price, the beard was valued at 20s a
largo sum for tho time while the
loss of a leg was only estimated at 12-i.
We can easily imagine that at periods
when the beard and whiskers wero
looked upon as ornamental, falso
beards were substituted for tho genuino
article. Pedro IV. of Aragon (1351)
found himself compelled to prohibit his
Catalonian subjects from wearing falso
beards. But tho most singular substi
tute is the golden beard which Chrys
ostemus says, was worn by the Kings
of Persia. Suetonius says the samo of
Catigula, tho Roman Emperor. Ac
cording to Andreas Favyn, the kings of
Franco of the first dynasty wore beards
entwined with gold threads. Duke
Renatus, of Lorraine, was tho last, and
it is rolated that ho wore at the funeral
of Charles of Burgundy, who died at
Nancy, in 1477, a beard of gold thread
banging down to his girdle. As Jupit
er was sometimes adorned with a gold
en beard, tho phrase aurcam barium
hnbre was equivalent to saying Dmin
esse. Beards wero at various times
taxed in England. Thus we read in
Notes and (Juci ks that tho ShcritT of
Canterbury paid throe shillings and
four ponco for wearing a beard. In the
first year of Elizabeth every board of
abovo a fortnight's growth was taxed
throe shillings and sixpence; but tho
law was too absurd to bo enforced.
Tho duly imposed upon beards by
Poter tho Great was a ruble (about
throe shillings). This tax met with a
fate similar to that of Elizabeth's ami
was soon cancelled. The development
of the beard, as well as tho harness of
tho body, differs not meroly iu dillerent
races, but also in families of the samo
raco. In Europe and a portion of Asia
beards prevail, until wo go beyond In
dia, when gradually beards, disap
pear, as is tho case with tho Siamese,
Chinese and Japanese Jlurncr't
A certain artful dodger being com
mitted on two charges of forgery of
theso indorsements, had tho gontlo
gall to remark: "I hopo your Honor
will mako tho bail light, as the notes
aro not yot due." This reminds us of
a true incident whon a stago robber
was sontencod in Los Angeles by tho
Hon. Andrew Jackson King, to a term
of ton years' imprisonment. Tho of
fonso was clearly provod, and tho son
tonco solemnly pronouncod. Ho re
ceived it very coolly, and looking up at
tho judge, said: "Your Honor, 1 havo
but one thing to say about my sentence,
and that is, I'll play you a game of old
slodgo to seo whether its twenty or
nothing." San Francisco JSrvws Let
ter, which nearly frightened Charlie out of
But tho dream opened Charlotto's
eyes to her own weak deception, and,
drawing her husband down on tho sofa
beside nor, sho told him of that old so
crot, and of her reason for keening it
from him, and roooivod finally Lis full
forgiveness for alL
No ghost of Cliff Dallas has arison to
disturb them, and Mrs. St. Omar is tho
proud and happy mothor of two lovoly,
Escape! from the Tolls.
John Uicon, Lnpnrto, lud., writes:
"Hurrah for Spring Wlossom; it'B all you
recommend it to bo. My dyspepsia has all
vanished. Why don't you advertiso it?
What allowance will you make if I take a
dozen botth's, so that I could oblige my
friends occasionally?" Price fiO cents, trial
bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Ag'jnt.
Reds nfDowii Feel Hard.
All beds seem hard to the rheumatic.
Then barken ye peevish sufferers! Apply
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil to your aching
joints and muscles. Rely upon it that you
will experience speedy relief. Such, at
least, is the testimony nf those, who have
isi'd it. The remedy is likewise buccchs
fully resorted to lor throat and lung dis
tance, sprains, biuises, etc. Paul (J. Schuh,
A Short Road to Health.
To all who are Buffering from boils, ulcers,
scrofula, carbuncles, or other obstinate dis
eases of the blond and skin, a course of
Burdock Blood Bitters will be found to be
short mad to health. Price $1.00, trial
size 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
"I Don't Want a Plaster,"
said a sick man to a druggist, "can't you
give me something to cure?" His symp
toms were a lame buck ami disordered urine
and were a sure indication of kidney dis
ense. The druggist told him to use Kidney
Wort and in a short time it effected a com
plete cure, lliive you these symptoms?
Then get a box or bottle to-day beforo you
become incurable. It is the cure; safe and
sure. Knoxville Republican.
Ik the mother is feeble it is impossible
that her children tdiould be strong, iyditi
E. Pinklmiu's Vegetable Compound is a
perfect specific in all chronic diseases of tho
sexual system of women. Send to Mrs.
Lydia E. Pinkham, 2X) Western avenue,
Lynn, Mu.s., for pamphlets.
A watchmaker iu Newcastle, Pa.,
says a Pittsburg paper, has completed
& set of three gold studs, in ono of
which is a watch that keeps excellent
time, tho dial being about three-eighths
of an inch in diameter. The three
studs aro connected by a strip of silver
inside the shirt bosom, and tho watch
contained in the middle ono is wound
up by turning the stud above, and tho
hands are set by turning the ono below.
But perhaps tho most remarkable thing
about the liliputian machine is that it
works with a pendulum, will act with
ease anil accuracy in whatever position
the time-piece is placed, even if it bo
turned upside down.
KOU I'HKMATl'IMS Loss OK THE 1I.UK A
One year ago my hair commenced falling
out until I was almost bald. After using
Cocoaine a few months, I have now a thick
growth of new hair.
No. Bit, EastGirard.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts, always
Tho Fascinating Young Man.
It is very easy to put him down, de
spite his boundless self-possession. A
l?Ay who is annoyed by his too intrusive
nttentions has only to cast her eyes
modestly down and fix her gaze intent
ly on his feet. Tho glanco should bo
concentrated, yet full of pity, and
should linger slightly as the lady passes
by. Instantly tho whole platoon of
mashers is affected by a profound dis
trust. Tho sympathetic look strikes
terror to their souls. They all cast
down their eyes and look at their own
feet. Tho horrible fear that their shoes
aro not in tho latest stylo takes possess
ion of their bosoms. Each one is smit
ten with tho conviction that his foot is
abnormally spacious; ho becomes con
scious of multitudinous protuding bun
ions and corns; his shoes, peradveiiture,
aro muddy or dusty; or something bus
gono wrong with the set of his troupers
at tho anklo. Tho mere possibility of
such a thing destroyes his nerve. The
eye-glass falls from his eye, his arms
lose their kimbo; ho feels that his pant
aloons aro cupped :it the knees and
that his coat is full of n.islits and
wrinkles; he suspects tho cleanliness of
his stockings, shudders at the thought
that the sole and upper leather of Tiis
shoes have parted company, revealing
that painful fact. He even flics to somu
secluded spot and makes a protracted
investigation before ho can satisfy him
self that, all is right. And even then
his nerves do not recover their tone.
Ho is liable to be again panic-stricken.
A glanco of pity mingled with a slight
smile cast at his feel will renew and
aggravate all bis paralytic symptoms.
Even this bold coii'iueror has his weak
H does iirmrnM
llsrauss It aria on tlia I.I Villi, IIOWELSl
and KIDNKYS at t lis sawn tims.
Hftoatuie it olntnsni ttio avaUim of tho poison-
lonahumuratliatdavolopoln Kidney md Drt-
I auj oisoaaoa, Ulllouanoiia, Jaiindino, Conatt
I nation, FUna, or In Ulioumatlsm, Nauralffla,
flurvoua vuordora and fomalo LuinpLauita,
BED WHAT I'EOPLB BA
Rlffon II. Slurk. nf Jill.,.l,,n I II. Cm. a
my. Klilni-r Wort niicl him rn.r r..,iiu-
nicluia lud Ih'uii Infill fur four j urs.
Mrs. John Arnall.nf Wnnhlnirinri, Ohio, sajrn
-wH'."n mil'Mllo hy Tour- rnllillltlll
iitirslciaiia and IhalU wim riornl cured It
M. II. II. Ouattwln. Mn nilltn I., n...M mi.
iaysli(.wiiii(il.iiii..'t..(l tnn, I.Hhir Munlml
beyond MM, but Kldiny Wcrtdiiuillilni.
B Aima I Jirrr.tt nf Smith Rrm, N. Y sarr
thHtsnvin yoarKHiiiri-rlnirr.iNi klilni'T tnnilil.
Kl! 111!! Wu'r'tl'" lk'"u"" "as I'ndwl by llio iim of
Jlllin Il.lAWrntirAnr Jtr.lr.nn fPnnn
LJfor years rrom liter mnl liiili'm Lr.,.',l,i... I
14 MlrliaM flolo of M.ntf(nm-ry Ontor, Vt..
.,"t- .. .jr.i..iii Kinney niniiMiiiy aim
" well aeer."
.MaBaaMlB II ,1M1b1 HW.
Constipation and Piles.
irit I put up In lrr Vcfolalilr form In
tin CRIm. una Itat-kiue nf wlili-h mi,ki.HMi.
of mixlklnn. AImi In Mould form, rry too.
-rnlrateil, for ilium lliut eajiuut ruatiilj tiro
ir laela . sovnl tfWiiy la dtfur em
OsTI IT AT Til K UKUIOIHTS. I'lUOK, tl.M
WKLLK, IIK IU UDS()! a Co., Prop's.
(Will sand the dry postpaid.) Ill Rl.tneTQI, f .
ii ii n ii i: mnr
ia vvll'aiju3 roit
fcpralna, niirna, fcralrN, IIihIkm, Hr.
npRX, Hlif iiiiihIImiii, IIiiIN, l Ivvrn. Old
Toolltarhe, 1 1 ml ache, more
Tliroat, A .thm a, linri iuS
Ac, Ac, A.c
' jrSTIX I). Ft l.TOM, li. P., lironalyn, Ji. Y.
"l'rovlnit liiolf to lion ikwhmiiy in our homo "
'. A. WKSTKUVMr, HI. I., NwhvilU,. Twin
" Ilavo uswl lurf!0 ijuuutltlua of 1'ONO'H EXTIlACT
In my jiriictU H."
Mrs. K. II. flrl'Oltn, M:itrnn. Homo of Dnatitute
Children " Wo llnd it immt cllicauloui and ui
I'BUtlnn.-POXn'B EXTRACT la anM rmy In
bottle wlili thn iiamo Mown in tho pluui.
e" It 1h uiiKafo to lino other artidea with our
dirwtlolii.. limiHt on havliiu; I'ONDU tX'iilAC "I',
luifuuo all iuiiiutiiitia and auhHtitiitun,
BI'WJAI. 1'REl'ARATIOKS OF POVTVH EX.
UllACT COMIIINKI) WITH TITE WHKST
AND MOST M.I.ICATK I'KHKfillM
lull I.AJJIW JlOlJDOIR.
roMi-N i.xTKUT r,oc $1.00 and tun
Toilet ( nam I. (Ill
(atarrh (urn "i
Up Salve -jr,
Toilet SosplUrati ) f,(l
Olutment ., fill
Inhaler ((IIoms Uks.) l.OK
ranl Syrlnire i"
.M.'dli add I'uiier... iii
Onlora ainouiitlti to 5 worth, sunt niiross froo
tm riKxipt of nuiiiey or 1', O. ord r.
-Ot:n Nkw I ami iii.et with IIiTiBy ar ovu
J'W l'Aiul'lIONII, Bkkt HU E on am-ucation to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt., Now York.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iiojsof appetitNiuiHpji,bowelR coRtive,
Pftnjn thollr iiil.v'ith iwlull senwition in
tho'blipk part, Finn u ri'lor the ahouldor-bliide,uUiRi-H
litter (jilting, with a diain
cliriiition tofxwtiunof body or minii
Irritability of tt'inpi-r, Low apinta, Lobh
of memory ,with a fi-cding of having nest
loctod Homo duty1, wtariuotiB, Di..ineKH,
Vluttrinir of the II cart. Dot before tha
eyea, Vellow tikio', Iloiiilacho, lteHtli'ja
oesa n't uight, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE W ASKINGS A EE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON EE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS rt eM cl.illy ii.l.iileil to
sin Ii 'nea,inii. Iiih ltt rt iu lm Iiiuhjo
ot feelinK hi to hnIoiiInIi I lie snllrrer.
Tliey lnert-HM- llir AM'llle. unit nuiv. tlill
txaly to luUe on t leoli. Ilins (lie sv-i.-iu in
niturlanrH.HMil liy In "ir Toole Anion "ii tho
lllKetlta.aSi-Kniin. ltrtilitr SitiMiN are priM
diu-eil I'rl.-e 'j. ..'Mis. XVIiirrmM., V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Okay IlAinor S iiikki'Us rhanired tnantiwv
lll.Ai K tiy a nllu-l.' k ii, il,,n i,f tlil, Ilvi It
luipartn a niitural eiWnr, n.-tH 1 OHtiiiitMiieously.
bwKl t'l lOMr-i.'l.l" "'III (l 'I'leM ell re.i.t r( l,
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(Dr. ltlT aisi w, ,.r wi.n'i, ttm.,n a4 k
OVhl .Ill Ik milU ll;Lk M al,ltraUua.(V
Ibell'urisl and Heol Medii lne i-u r Bade.
Aci linbinailnn of Hnpa, Buchu, Man
drakla Dandelion, itn ail tin bet and
mo-ft c urs live iirntM rtus of all utlit-r ltitu-ra,
iiiakeiihrKi.iert Blood Purifier, Liver
Reaulntor,J"J Ijleaiel lleaita luuruiT
v,,,li..... ui tywiiiiy i"nir eiin wwm unp
imumaril U.X' '''."o varlid alid lrrevt aru their
7i7 z'.u sow U V ";t:r,: J ,: 1 ltsra-
Tillho-e eni.l..yii-i.t-1i. imvularf
ty..(th. lH,..or unimry ..iywui. or xhu r--rum
an Ai-i.-tia. r.1"""' aielmild SllinulanI,
II , o Hitler, are in',X.ua!''. Without IntOX
NoHut:.rhiit,iurl, Vltnir" or sTmptoms
are li,itilieui. w er uaV'"'1'' H"l Hit
tm. Imn'twilit unlily.,uu'-" Ui k hut If you
only feel lait ..r n.i,-i nh. 1 i"-tiiem at uruw.
It umy tare your liii li hal aro J huoilnla.
$300 "ill la- liuet fur arnl" ther will not
nirforli'lp. Io n 1 mif. r orl, t y,.or fnen.it
SUlfer.lnit uwni: 1 ur.-e t h, ill V 40 Uw HoD B
Hi nieint. r, Hop li :t-r I" nlJV,r". rtnnrire4
rlnioken n , iruin. n,e 1'ir-ataw n 11 lift
Me.ti,iiiee1,rnia..e u - tllaa fUlMD
ari'l Hol'li" niel le, i iu or t.
shuulil Ik- itl."iit t:.. iu.
D.I.C.I fln t"ll,'l', "'''1 lrrenHti' :i' run
l.iriM UillO IiM' "i.ll-e.il !,;,;') i,, t...u'i'i, all'
Uan'..ll'-. Ali I t In 'Mi.-.-l 'a. s,.uJ
forOrcuiar. loii'r. ant. to,,
l(,hefer V Y 1 '
WIioso complexion botrnys
BOino linmiliatiiiff imperfec
tion, whoso mirror teln yoa
that yon aro Tanned, Sallow
and disliurcil in countenance,
or Iiavo Lrujilions, lledness,
llonglmcss or unwliolosome
tints of complexion, mo say
use llag.m'H Magnolia lialm.
It isa delicate, harmless and
delightful article, nroduciug
tho oiost natural ana entranc
ing tints, Um artificiality of
which no observer can delect,
and which soon becomes per
manent if the MuguQlta Uulw
Is judiciously used.
fi KAY'S SPECIFIC MKDICIKK
TRADE MARK. The (ireitl KiiK-
raljk. H"li remedy. An
1 iniliillliii euro fur
I'utniirv nnil all
tllseaes that fnlow
lis ii seitiunce
HI Seir-iilinse; Mf,
D e m i I "i nii'mory. -vT--Is'
(llllllless nf Vision, tireiniitiirn old ,... mft ninim
other diseases that limd to liisaullv, coiisiiinptlon
or a ;irenmiiire priivu.
t trfuH parllciliirs In our pamphlet, wlildt wo
tlesian In semi free liv mull to evervnnii. tfrTllll
Him:lllc .Medicine Is sold livull driiitirlsts nl $1 tior
PucKHp', or six pnrkaeea for $ or will lio sent free
liv inallun receipt ofthe tiiuiiev, liv addressing.
Til a (illAY MKDICINK CO.,
Hi itai.u, N. X.
Hold In Cairo hv 1'iuil . Hcliuli.
Knr IliuCAHB and TI(HATME.:T of
Su ii cn I Cases,
Willi Urn Very Host f I'rofosslonal Cam. Kur
Turnisaiid Infottnatlon, Adilress
I.OI K llox No,. Jin, CUICAUU, ILLS.
Uctuber li, ttiHl.-ilIm
THE MILD P0 WEE
Humnhriiys1 Houieopathio SpeciMcs
Proved from ample experlenee an entire
HueeeKH, Muiple, I'roinpl, K.llleleiil. ami
llellillile, lliey are toe only liiHlli-luea
ililopleil lo popllllir Use.
I.IHT I'llINi ll'AI. ans. I'I'llKR. I'RtOE.
I. l-'eirra, Coiiientlnn, Inltiini rnallipriH, .'Si
il. ornia, Worm J-ever Vt erin Colle,
3. nllitl Colle, or TeethliiKnf llifumt, e,
I. Illnrrlien of rlillilreii or A. lulu, .
6. Ilyaeiitery, l.rlpliiu IiiIImiii. Collo, .tf
a. (Tiolera Morion, Voinliliig, . . ,2S
7. dllKtl". I old, liriilll'llltlH, g,
H. Y-nralala, loolliurlie. Kneeai-lin, . :z,
. Headaeliea, Slek lleuiliu hea, VerllKO, '&
HI. Ilvieila, HIIIoiik hli.nii.i h. . . :s,
II. sniiinresaed or I'aiiilnl I'erioila, JTi
14 t lillea, too profile I'erloiU, . ,a
1 1:1. ( roiiii, CoiikIi. Mllieiilt lireaihlnv, . ,M
I 1.1 f, -. ... .1.. L. ..... -,n
i k r-f. i, i I,,-,,!,,, j.r. i.ip iit, r.i ii I'.e'lii.. .M
l'i Klii-iiiiiiiiUiii, Kin oiniiile I ulna, .'di
10. reiernml ne,' lilll l-evt-r, AKUea, tin
'm i . nr., imiiiii ur I leeiiiii,.,
Sllf. t 'lihirrh, lu-oie or ehruiiif" ItiMiieiiu, U
41. t llOOIlillll IHUll, vlnlelil I "III In, ,U
il. IJerieriil Hi lillliv. I'tiya l Se..knea.
vi. i, i.ou, ,,r i ill iiiernuiii rri I'll, i.'.j
i. I riimrv enlwie.a.UcmiiKthe l'.ed,!o
ii. loa' iiar Ol llie neurl. l iilplliilliili, i.o,
1-iirn.ile oyilroi;Kli,.ireiii liy Ihe rae,
oralllKle Oil. fr. e of eliarue. mi reeelnl i,f
I IV, ... . .ii.i.iinirr, UIMia oil
IMaeiiae, the.. 1 1 II piiini, uUu lllualraled
I iiiiiIiiuiii., Htl'.K.
i AiPln-ns, lliiiiiiihreya' llooiriipnlhle
Med. t o.. 1UU 1 ullou bl.. Aew iork.
M Ilo.ll. ...1.1... i i, I . ..
Self euro atn-olule and certain. Speed, relief
and rotiipluti; restoration to health. Our Treatiau
and full jiartli ular malluil on n celiit of stamp.
K. K. COI.ilY, Tower filoik, St. Louia, Mo.
Tone, Tdncb, WorKmansbln & DnraUIity.
WILLIAM K.'VAIIE V CO.
to. and M West Daltlrnore Btroot, lnUtLmoni
So. IU Iflfm Avenue. New York.
YtirVtJ MV If yon would learn Ttileera.
x vi. lit i .'IIjaI phy tn lour mouths, imiFtxj
certain of a situation, aildre Valentine Urotheri,
Jahesville, v Is.
A16ALAR V P'rmoDtk. All EXPENSES
adraanxL M AGta promplly palit SLOAN
I t, SUA t,ruri. Sit. lurlanall. O.
A'"'""? A YKAK and expenses to amenta. Out
A (lis free .Ml dress
o" ' V. . VICKEItY, Augusta,
Ult I V r-a-7 work; st.-idi job. Costly ,
1)1' I'll, samples fiee. Write to J
IM)K Y A Co., MarliU liend, Ias.
IM r.FS, PII.KS, FII.KS!
Our Indian Hie Itenieily will poaltivelv arid eflee
lually rnre II iml. lileedmt; ami luh nu Tiles. Not
for sale l.y dtuwists. Sent un reci'lpt ol price, 1.
fiend 'iiii fur painphlei.
V. K CtiLliY, Tower lilork, St. Louis. Mo.
Aifehts wanted for I.lfo
of Pre lilent (.artUld A
rrimiilele f ill.lnl l.itft.
ry frmn rrsdle to ir.'ive, l,y the eniti.eiit tiiofrapher,
t'Ol.t Olltti-il llitrielllelion t v his exi ellency Jno.
II. I. Hi', (mveriior of Masa Hooks all re ad v for
deliver). Aii elegantly lllutruted voluni'i. 'En
dorsed edition. Liberal terms. At.vi)t lakeorders
for from 'n to Vi copies daily, tmtsells anv other
lunik ten to one Ai;i tite never made money so
fast. The 1iAik sells H-eif Experience not nec
essary. Failure unknown. All make Immense
profits. I rivate terms free. l.eo. Stli.son A Co.
is nnerpiali-d aa a punitive I 1 1 If k I I
Alterative and Core f r UUllCLI
and all their alo-i
lam (.vila. It does not merely
aiTnro temporary i
'd tetnlxirarv relief hut la a. n..rinatitatil n,
....... ... . . , , , .... 1 I ,',,,.B UI I. .
H.mnu.l ... .A I. . .., ....
Mrs II. r'. lA-f. of IMiiior(i..aava of It: " 1 m
.... ... . .H .-r, f..'iy ".. y,, ,in',y, ua
Uv lint nvlii-t'U! in tit yiari thu fiiu Un,-nfi my
amah nrul nvuU trirtorntum ruu, J rvnv tireii au
niyht vnhiiut -"oyTunti." If V'-ur drtiKiflM dn Dot
keep It, send fur treatl anil leatlmnuiala to
II. P. H. I'M K A ..
W3 Uroailsay, Srw York.
21 STOP BKATTYS(t;'-,,ANri,!,
Only smi Addr.-s DANIEL K. I1EATTY, Wash-
Inirt'in, N J
Parker's Ginger Tonic
Cures complaints of women and disease of the
stiiiiiaeli. lioe:, luiifs. liver and kiilnevs, and Is
entire lydiflerent from lili'er". triij'ir essence atld
nthertanli s as It kever Intoxicates, rycta and $1
sl.es, Lur'e savinu liuv ini; one dollar size,
IIlSi'uX A CO., Chemists, N Y.
META I. TIP IJIMP WICK i
Gitcs a Iirilliaiil, Whitand SUnuij
litflit, relres no tfliimlne. andlastf for months.
Sample wick Hi cts , 4 wicks i't cts., wicks TEcU
pisttie paid. Have three sines. A. It. audi).
Ak'"iit.H wanted. Address. METAL 111 LAMP
WICK CO., TiiCortlandt St , V Y.
tin, A iitlww AntiaaiUun,.,
leal Wark,warrantMd I lie Imrt. and
man..-nntli1 "(tin Sxiiancoof Ufa
or.tvtll l'niHrainn ;" bound in
tiriMtt rrench niualin.emlsaaKal,
std tnirravinia. PJft tmmn.
, tii.ris, pri.-a em, ).jftMnt lis
mail: ll iifpaLlu,...l
araaa ' - ' ""w.niiuniM I eAIKWIf Mini.
CL'TICI'UA rt i iiiiiiirntly ( hits Humors
of t lie Scalp and Skin.
Cntlciirn remedies lire for sale hy all dmu'Rlsts
Trice of Cntiaura. a nieilicnl jelly, small boxes, 5ucs
lari;e boxes l, Ciitlenra Itesolvetit, the new blood
jiurihVr. one dollar per bottle. Ciitlenra Medicinal
unlet Soup, u.v. Ciitlenra Meillrinal Shavinif,
Simp, lrn ls.: in liars far ba1 hers and Inrce consum
ers, .Vets l'rlnclfiiililepa, WEEKS Js POTTER,
tA!l mulled free un receiptor prlcu
A liook of rnre orinlniility, cnlltled
ti, .i .,.hlem aolved. The Individual caro
MCtV? -J I
en.. A,...ui,i...,, Csntn the see of resnonsibliltv UD E
in inmurliv in neirard to udiiciitloii, home, society.
love, timrrtiitfe. business, etc, Mow bread eaters
are to be breiid-wliiiieri. The vnltimo abounds In
strlkliiif thouulit.M, raru Inforiimtioti and Intense,
coinmon sense. Kttll pane colored plates each one
n A, renia wanted everywhere. Send for cir
cular, full description terms, etc., to J. C, Mo
Cl'RUY & CO.. Chlcaiji), 111.
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