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"A. A, Burnett Cairo Illinois"
A Happy Homo.
Mr. and Mrs. lilaek uro my model
couple; though they have been married
for twenty years, tlir-y are. not in tho
least tirotl of ench other's society. Tho
husband is a busy lawyer, whoso mind
is constantly fed by the fresh and living
facta of common lii'o. And every, day
upon fresh food ho makes frosh growth.
Ills wife, otherwiso organized, feeds
largely on books and pictures, as well
as on original facts. Sho spins finer
find finer the raw silk of literature and
culture, and weaves every shining
thread into the wob of commonest life.
Her home is rurul not urban; sho
washes her own dishes, sweeps her own
floors, makes ber own clothes, mends
Ler husband's stockings and her own,
and knits them too and reads the latest
authors, living and dead, and those
readings are tho sure leaven that lifts
all the weight from the routine of her
life. In the evening this husband and
wife meet, tired as other husbands and
wives, but tired as honest honey-bees
may be coming home laden with good;
and after the exchange of more trivial
items of the day's news, each has the
result of the day's gathering, the day's
querying, the day's discovery, to give
to the other. The exchange doubles
the common store, and the day ends
with the substantial confidence that
each has a wiser husband, a more prec
ious wife, than either had tho day bo
i fore. In that household the Lours fly
' all too quickly; no time is loft for
v gloomy discontent or idlo repining,
j much is there to be planned and en-
We understand from Mr. Chas Culp, pro-
" rietor Union House, Ashland, Pa., that his
Offlciyife na(i been VCTy badly troubled with
rheumatism for Beveral months, when a
- friend sent her a portion of a bottle of St.
Jacobs Oil, which gave her perfect relief and
' she haa not been troubled with it since.
" wm .1 .. . ... 1 !.!-
XI anyone wiHiiuY w miu suiuiunu"
or tne unciasseu anu uieir uosptiir, re
gjhas J y to advertiso for a junior cleric,
n t -keeper, night-porter or some
Notices In tfimP'ye ' tne untrained sort,
flrot and live eel lie will be overwhelmed with
lion. For one om rnanv nmts of tlio countrv.
nonth.Woenttp win couchod jn Al(i.
Ideology, betraying ev'nlen'es
at A. T. DeBaui"1"0 a,u' consiilerable nmnlul
ters will bo iathotic appeals
AvilH5ncluding with assurances
Fresh arrival (devotion if engaged. Others
ger&Tharp's Re' recitals of a struggle for
tel. Ohio Levtfin'ul tf) equal anything
everyday a!,"Rtin- Hut if tho advister
' best style' cc know the darkor deeps in
orn;ltt 'i many of tho unclassod dwell ho
prices by(?celV0 tno ftl1l,l'(:!U'18 n person.
1 ' .eil which hides tho obscurer
nts of society will then ho
rules men wd tho spectator will bo amazed
Princes acknd10 8009 Hn,l hoars. What wasto
Opinion ia ao'liat corrosion of energy, what
(,nnt for flui-o traged'hs! The terrible epoch
tain a supp!
lies from the 25th to
joiv-nds and relatives of tho samo ago
then entering upon tho solid paths
os ol Hfe. Thoy marry, set up cstablish
m ments on their own iieeonnt, beeonio
ab'iorbod in now woi-Ms, and forgot
bachelor aciiua'mtances. Tito unolassetl,
being also human, longs like others, to
form those ties which 'are tho tleaio-,t
and purest. Ho desires a wife ami a
bright home, an arena end a prizn to
stimulate .what powers lis lias. lint
position and assured prospects are
needed. Tlio maintenance of his own
existonco Is diflk'ult and problematical.
What parent would intrust u daughter
to such an anoniilously-situateil manP
What girl would onilnik ujion such a
mad enterprise? '.The intolerable misery
of the position sora times so rouses tho
forces of the man thus place I that ho
cuts through all impediments and
makes a successful career after all.
The affection of a good woman supplies
a motive for exertion ami perseveranco
' which has saved thousands of men from
the consequences of youthful mistakes
and inaptitudes. Vfwmficrsi Journal,
Fokewced Destructive to Apple Trees.
A correspondent writing to tho liural
tfeto Yorker, says: From observing
and experimenting I am convinced that
poke, pokeweod. sooko or garget (Phy
tolacca decandrn) is highly poisonous
to the apple tree. Tho result of my
observations and limited experlrvcnts
may be the means of saving many valu
able trees, la not a singlo instance
whore poko was allowed to grow within
the rootspread of an apple tree did tho
tree survive Apple trees in stages of
decay having poke growing within their
bowi, ete"',a' 1)ftVe ')Cua "ave(J from
place or addre llo,n ?f lhu w,!l;1; , 1
1 Pple trees, oneofairlv grown,
Enquiries ma'1? hn$ Jo 80 ro
v ' BuvIA)nor81.ort,K',,,"u,1i;
but be sure to btiy enough of "Public 0
ion," th best cigar over offered in th.
utaiaui. num odit oy u. oieyeni, boiu
gent, Cairo, IlUnoli.
Mobile Shell Oy iters, $
at A. T, DeUaun'i.
THE DAILY CAIRO
and Nelson W. A
successor Oct, 6. Other tfhangos in tho
printod lists of Senators were caused
early in the extra session by tho resig
nations of Senators Maine, Windoin
and Kirkwood, and the appointment of
Senators to succeed them. Tho SenaLo
is now composed of tho following mem
bers: Kepuh'lenna, In Roman. 37; Democr its, In
tiulics, 37: Imlcpenclonu (Muhoiio utul Davis,
111.) In HMAM, cai-s, 8.
1RU Jnhn T. Aloruan.
1885. Jamrt L. ftiutu
18R3. Aua.H. U trUind.
1886. Jame It. Wailur.
18S5. Jamc T. FaiUy.
1887. John F. Miller.
18S3. Ilunry M. Tellor.
1885. Niithimiel V, 11111.
co nm iter I CUT.
1RHI4. Orvlliu 11. Pltttr.
1887. Jim. R. Huwley.
1883. Kli S.iuluhury.
1887. Ti. F. liavard.
1885. WUkimnn Call.
1887. Chartr IP. Junes.
1S83. nctij. H. HM.
188i. Juteph K. XJ'OU'H.
1883. David Davis.
18.-5. John A. I.ouu.
INI'I AN A.
1881. Dim M Vonrhea.
1887. Hon J. II inlsou.
1883. Mas. W. MeDHU
1885. W. R. Allison.
18-3. h. u. ('. Ltorwr.
1887. J. Z. Otnnr
188-,. dfiirw r'itX.
I8h7. F. Al. Co .
188.3. A Mil H iTjlliiPW.
18s7. C. II. Van Wyck.
IH8,pi. J hi) P. J. mop.
18b7. Jama O. Fair.
NEW II AM PHI It Hit.
IIWi. El. 11. R 'Mm-.
185. Henry W. Illnlr.
1.T .. It. Mrl'himmn.
1885. K. J. Lupiiiun.
1H-7. WurniT Miller.
I8S.X MUt. W. linnm.m.
185. Zfbulim u. Vaiux.
1885. Ceo. i. VewUetmu
rifi. Juhn Slieriiuin.
1840. Ltifawn drover.
1885. Jtilm 11. SUiter.
I 85. Jhh. I). Ciuiieron.
1887. John l.Mitchnlu
1883. II. U. Anih ny.
P-87. Nelnon W.AIrtrloh
81)1 'Til CAROLINA.
83. M. V. 11 Me,r.
1885. ir,n! lliimplun.
I80. blimn U. llarri.
187. . F.. Jiuhmon.
1S3, ll.chinlj. Cnhe.
1887. S. It. Mixy.
V Kit .Mo ST.
1885. JiMIn S. Morrill.
18H3. Proton U. Plumb.
188S. Jbn J. I'iL'i'1 s.
1883. Janm li. lUck.
18S5. John S. WMUliM.
1883. Wm. P. Kellotrjr.
1885. li. Frank Juntui.
1883. WIl.lH n P. Frye.
1887. Eimeno Hiilo,
1885. Jumrj II Urootnt.
1887. A. P. Uornum.
1885. boow F. 11 iar.
1887. Hen V h. Duwos.
MICH 10 A N.
183. Thos. W. Ferry.
188". Omar I). Conner.
1883. A. J. K iTton.
18t7.8. J. U. McMillan
1887. Geo. V. EclmuiiUs.
181. Jno. W. Jiilnulon.
In.-j. Wm. Maiionk.
18S.li Henry 0. Davi.
1887. J. N. Camden.
1885. Aimis Cameron.
1S)7. P.illotus Buwyur.
Appiintol by tho Governor.
An Old Nevada Juror,
They were discussing tho influence of
women upon jurymen, when an old,
grizzly-bearded man, who had been
listening, slid up and remarked:
'Mining suits nin't what they used to
be. There's boon no roal live litigation
to speak of since thn Raymond & K!y
suit with the Hermos, in Plocho."
'Were you in town?"
"Well, rather; I traveled 400 miles
on a mule to got to tho jury b x. I
struck tho town about six o'clock at
night, and, walking into tho leading
bar-room, inquired if tho suit had bo
gun. Inside of half an hour a man
came up and asked mo what my namo
was. Ho wroto it down on his shirt
cuff, and then he said: 'Pard, if you
want to stay and see tho suit, let me
see you through on your expenses,' and
ho handed me $500, remarking that he
thought that Raymond & Ely had the
bulge on tho law. 1 said that I thought
that myself, and then I sauntered oT.
In about an hour a man came to me and
told mo I was drawn on tho jury. I
said I didu't mind, and agreed to stand
in. About 9 o clock a man tupped me
on the arm and handed me $500, re
marking that the Hermes had about all
the law and facts on their sido that was
necessary. Ho thought 1 might noed a
little money for expenses. Of courso I
took the money ho seemed so anxious
to get rid of, and then slipped into a
back room, put on a pair of false sido
whiskers, a thin silk duster I had boen
carrying under my coat, and I was a
changed man. By 10 o'clock I was on
a good horso that I paid $300 for, aud
started off on a prospecting trip. I
couldn't boar the idea of holding tho
scales of justice in a caso liko that. I
was fearful of further corruption, you
see. But on tho trial I was represent
ed by a proxy. On tho road 1 mot old
Bill Daman, dead broke and discour
aged. I put him on tho lay and ho
Btarted doublo-quiek for Plocho. Ho
struck tho lodge rich, I guess, for when
1 next hoard of him he was driving a
spanking team and enjoying lifo."
The Heroines of Nihilism,
They aro mostly daughters of poor
army officers, or petty civil officers, or
even of shopkeepers, who, feeling tho
influoiice of modern times, are anxious
to rise above tho level of their parents,
coarse, ignorant peoplo in tho main.
Eithor by their own lalonts or by tho
aid of inlliieiitial patrons, the girls gain
scholarships, and enter some high
school, where their brains aro crammed
with a heterogeneous mass of know
ledge. At nineteen they leave, ami in
their turn become teachers. Finding
thoir parents tin companion able, they
abandon homo for some wretched lodg
ings, and eke out a miserable existence
by giving poorly paid lessons. Food is
scarce, the feminino pleasures of dress
are impossible, tho restraining power
of family affeclion is absent, they grow
hopeless and discontented, when somo
day they form socialistic acquaintance,
rapidly adopt their ideas, and, having
found an object for thoir lifo, with fem
inino rashness devote themselves to tho
cause, even to the very death.
Profit In California Fruit.
Tho advauco in raw fruits for can
ning has boon from 100 to 300 por cent.
We Know of peoplo with eleven acres of
trees who this year realized from thorn
a net profit of over $13,001), Thoso
fruits, wore apricots, poaches and white
chorrios. While in former years the
orohardist was satisfied with a cc::t and
a half for his fruit, ho now demands
and roculvos 6 cents a pound, and at
ueh figures he cannot tall of enormous
firotlu. There lit a most promising fu
ure for orchardlats in this Btato, espe
cially for Ihosa ownlnt? trnni nt com.
trie levee, s(Jay, and havek... yk .
i remote idea of what It means. , . ,
;i piles! it
Kggs aro very scarcfl
ami, wo suppose, in tho it No one hkkd
must bo on a strike; b'-UKFEk.
lay eggs at twenty cenr tho Blind, Bleeding,
eo to pot fllt01' ''es mt8 'et'u t1'8'
' ' n. v'llliams (an Indian rein
Tho negro, Df)r Willlft,8 IndlRn ()int.
fi?2t. 'A'biogle box has cured the worst
chronic cases of 25 and 510 years standing.
No one need stiller live minutes after apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays tho intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Tiles, itching of tho private parts
and nothing else.
Head what the Hon J. M. Coflinberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, tmd it affords no pleasuro to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pi'e Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price $1.00.
Frank 8. IIinry & Co.,
Sole Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Geo. K. O'haka, Druggis.
The Man Who Hated to Htva Anything
"You aro charged wita drunken
ness," said Judge Hirley, tho other
morning, as a badly dilapidated indi
vidual stood up before him, "what have
you got to say?"
"I am charged with it, am 1?"
''Yes, you aro."
"Well, if I'm charged with it, just let
the charge stand on the slate, aad some
day when I havo the spondulix I'll drop
in and settle," and the man took bis
hat and started to go.
"Hold on, there," cried tho judge,
"you must answer to tho charge."
"Well, haven't I answered? Didn't
I tell you if it was charged, all right?
I ain't used to having tilings charged;
always pays cash down wheii I has any
thing, but as you say it is charged, why
jtist let it stand. Don't like the idea of
a book account, either; makes troublo
sometimes in settlin'. You remember
tho old saying "short settlements make
long friends.' "
"I'll make a short settlement with
you if you don't plead to tho charge."
"I can only plead to let tho charge
stand, Jedge, as I'm a little short this
morning. Don't remember askin' any
body to charge it. Don't remember
much of anything, in faet."
Til give you something to remem
ber," remarked tho Judge, dryly.
"Thaukee, Jedgo. Didn't know my
credit was good enough in this estab
lishment to have anything cuargod to
my account. If I came in here last
night and asked to have it charged, I
must have been drinking, sure enough.
It's ag'in my principles. Cash down
has always been my way of doing busi
ness." "Then you were drunk?" said tho
"Yes. I must have been if I told 'em
to charge it."
"All right; sixty days," said tho
"Thankee again, Jedgo. Yon are
kind to give mo so much time. Was
'fraid you might say I had got to settle
this minute. lean pay, up in sixty
days, easy, and no protest. Don't send
the account to bank for c'lection. I'il
call 'round when tho timo is up. But
never lot your clerks charge anything
to mo again, no matter what I say.
Pay as you go is my motto."
Ami the prisoner wont down stairs in
a suffusion of gratitude to the Judgo for
allowing him so much time in which to
wipo off the charge upon his books.
Cincinnati Saturday Niyht.
A bedroom should impress tho ob"
server with the idea of a dainty clean
liness reigning supremo in every part
of it, while tho presence of cool, sooth
ing tones of color suggest reposti and
rest. Tho paint might bo delicate
chocolato, tho walls sott pea-green; no
color equals green for giving rest to tho
eyes, and in Us paler tints it offers a
pleasant sense of coolness during tho
most sultry days of Summer, while they
are free from iho suspicions of coldness
seen in many of the gray shades com
monly used". Light colors make a
room appear larger than tho dark
shades. Wood-work painted chocolato,
and cream walls look well with bright
blue furnituro covering and curtains.'or
maroon paint and citrine wall with
deep blue. A wall of a palo tono of
blue and sago green woodwork will
harmonize with furniture coverings
bearing a design of Autumn tinted
leaves. Stained boards are without
doubt best for bed-rooms; a square of
carpet covers tho conter, leaving throe
feet all round tho room. Dust invari
ably collects under furnituro and chairs,
dresses and draughts of air sweep it up
into tho corners; but tho boards being
without a covering allow of its being
easily taken up with a duster. Then,
too, the carpet being simply laid down,
there is no difficulty in the way of its
being often shaken; no tacks havo to
bo taken out or heavy wardrobes
moved, so that there is no possible ex
cuse for its being left down until tho
dust accumulates thickly
'Don't Know Half their Value."
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney Complaint, as recommended.
I had a half bottle left which I used for my
two little girls, who tho doctors and neigh
bors says could not be cured. I would have
lost both of them one night if I had not
given them Hop Bitters. They did them so
much good I continued their use until they
were cured. That is why I say you do not
know half tho valuo of Hop Bitters, and do
not recoiumeud them high enough." B.,
Rochester, N. Y. Soo other column.
'American Rural Homo.
It was a Boslou lad who, walking one
day with his guardian, saw a drunken
soldier lying in tho street, and pointing
to tho roournbont figure, romarkod:
"Papa, I guess, lie docsuV bolong to
the standing army." -f
uo-VrouiBOTirtni jo M0 a7Baoo n uura n
v ",H,J'Ja"! wo ! WfAl UOtHBO.ld
mo.. "IW Woiur ioqouvioui
MOU auawq ooauosOD fi' ' . ...
SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1881.
KOH PHEMAl UltK J,OH8 OK THE 11 AMI A
One year ago my hair commenced fullincr
out until I whs almost bald. After using
Cocoaine a few months, I havo now a thick
growth of new hair.
No. 814, East Girard.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts, always
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. jNeglect frequentl ro
suits in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inllam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Aslhina. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchiai Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect sttinl'aetion. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among the few staplo
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
Reject the Oiler
by a dealer of any article claimed to possess
properties identical w ith or similar to teeth
saving SOZODONT. Only purchase the
real Simon Pure, hi:h defies both imita
tion and competition. Nothing can vie
with it in tflicacy, as a donor of dental
health and beauty, notwithstanding any
representation to the contrary. It causes
the teeth to yieam like burnished ivory,
contains no hurtful ingredient, aud has a
most grateful flavor ami smell.
Wim, yoit st'tTKK with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shilohs Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul (J. Schuh,
By the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, aud its luxurinnt growth,
unpleasant smell, etc., has rendered it, to
those "not knowing its virtues," a nuisance,
and yet the root bus long been acknowl
edged by savants as most invaluable as a
diuretic, aperient and blood purifier. Bur
dock Blood li tters embody all its good
qualities. Price $1.H0, trial sie 10 cents.
Paul ;. Schuh, Agent.
How's the P.ithv.
''How's the baby?" '"His croup is better
this morning, thank you. Wo gave him
some of Thomas'' Ech ctric Oil as you ad
vised, doctor, and shall give him some
moie in un hour or so." Next day the doc
tor pronounced the youngster cured. Paul
O. Schuh, Agent
If Ad'im had bad a game of '"Fifteen"
placed in his hand at an early period of his
experience, the whole course uf history
might have, been materially altered for the
better, and if biliousness, indigestion, sick
headache or dyspepsia were unknown.
Spring Blossom would not be needed,
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Sebuli, Agent.
Sleepless nights made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
Gray hairs are honorable but their pre
mature appearance is annoying. Parker's
Hair Balsam is popular for cleanliness and
promptly restoring the youthful color.
Catakkh ( L itEn, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed . Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
What Ails You?
Is it a disordered liver giving you a yel
low skin 'or costive, bowels; which have re
suited in distressing piles or do your kid
neys refuse to perform their functions? If
so, your system will soon be clogged with
poisons. Take a few does of Kidney-Wort
aud you 11 feel like a new man nature will
thtow off every impedmnt and each organ
will be ready for duty. Druggists sell both
the dry and liquid. Evansvillu Tribune.
Foil lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Is rnlinhnrsvd in urenl niensiiro, to tlmsu trnublod
with wek klilneys. liy n Judicious tmii of Hostot
tm's Stoiinir.li lliltiTH, winc h invlucirutus and itlm
ulHtrs without I'xriilnu tiiu urinary nririum. In
conjunction with lis lullimnco upon thwm, It cor
rects acidity, Improved appi'tltc, und In lu evory
way cddiIiu'Ivi' to heal i li ami nurvo ri'poso. Anoth
er marked qualliy Is Its control over fever anil ajrue,
aud 11" l'cr or prmeiitlim it. For sale by all
uruKUlKl mid dealers uuuerally.
rMK?A h nfi
f)N. THE GREAT
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
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 earth eijiia'.s Pt. Jacokh Oil as
"' ur", rtmjilr nnt cheap Hxteriml keraedy.
A trial entailit but the enmpuruUvely trlttliiir outlay
of 50 Cent), and every one sullerlni? with iaiu
can have chexp and ponitive proof of iu claim.
Directions in Eleven IjuitfiaKes.
BOLD BY ALL DRU9QI8T8 AND DEALEE! II
A.VOGELER Ac CO.,
Baltimore, Md V. M. J
DR. CI j AUK
Indian Blood Syrup.
HuprpMH, T.lver l.
Htn, Kevertbul Akiih
ll-art l'leae, KilloiiM
iii !.", Nt-rvous PHiility
THE IiKST R EMEU Y KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Hot ties
Sol.l Since llrtO!
Tl Is Svrup po"eMt varied proper! li s: It stim
ulates the ptyalltie in the sanva, Mhieh convert
tne starcu and fiigtir of the fond
dellclenry in ptyaone cau-'c wind an
il uurinir of
tne loon in tlie Ninmrh If t tic- nii-diciric Is tatcvn
It acta upon the Mvcr.
It actinium the Kidney,
It, Herniate the Hnweli,
It Purities the Mood.
it Uulets the Nervous System,
It i'ronpites MgeMioll.
It Nourisho, Stren;!lii ii mind Invigorates,
It Carries nil the old ;ood mid makes New,
It Opens the pores of the Skin and Induces
It nentrallr.es tbu hereditary taint, or poison In
tho Mood, which f.-m-rntes Scrofula, Krvaipclas,
and all manner of kln Diseases and iu i rnal hu
mors. There are no spirits employed In lt manufacture
and It can betaken by the must dellrate babe. or by
the acud and feeble, cure only heiuu required In at
tculli 1) to direct mis,
(ialva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Headache and Dozi
ness sothat I could not attend lomv household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clara Jubnsou's Indl
an Wood Syrup ellecninltv cured me.
.Mlts 11EI.KN ELKISS.
Waterman Station, DcKulh Co., Ills
'1 his Is to certify that I)r Chirk Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured me of Pain in the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. Mils Wool).
Centre Hill, White Co, Ark.
This is to certify that 1 was afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many years I tried dlllur
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to strengthen. 1 a, last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian llloixl
Syiup. which proved to be a positive cure- not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, hut also a Sick Head
arli which had been troubling no'.
MltS .MAItY A. NKAI..
I was alllicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspeii
sla and fulled to Kd relief, although using medi
cines from our best doctors. I commenced uslnu
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood Svmp. nnd a short trial
cured me, T. W. ItlSI.NU, Moline, 111.
This certifies Hint )r, Clnrk Johnson's Indian
lllood Kyrnp rn ellnclnully cured nie uf Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be said lii prills" o' It.
W. U. WIM.MKIt, lledford, Mo.
Avents wanted for the snlc of the Indian lllood
Hyrup in every town or village. In which I have no
agent. Piirtlciihirs given on applicutioti.
Dltl fitilSTS SELL IT.
Lthratory V7 West :ld St., N. Y. City,
Ben J. P. (in a Hon,
Latu Coininlssloner of Patenls,
P A T E N T S
PAINE, GHAPTON & LA I) I),
Attornuys-ut-Law and Solicitors of American and
412 FIFTH STREET,
Practice patent law In all It branches In tha
Patent Ofllc.u, and In tho Hunreiuu and Circuit
Courts of thu United States, Pamphlet sent freo
on Jucelpt of stamp for ponlu .o.
For thoCAHB and TllKAT.MBNT of
With thn Very Host. f Professional Caro. For
Terms and Infoitnatlon. Address
I.oea mix wo. sin, wmvAuu, 11.1.0.
October M, lsSl,-illui
"2 n-M Ax a
g Mil1 J s
iA vn)nA),a Diaeovery and New Dspartn In Mod.
cal heinniwi. aauutinily New and iMMltlvHly etrwrtlv
uiinedjr (or lliBm,M) and iieriuaoentCun, ot Beiul
)'u juiilaalnna) and Imiuteiuy li tbii only tru
wav. vi: Direct Applleuiiuu tothn prlncll H.
01 tlm lilsKasn.acUuK hi Alw'irptiur). aud n,rtlu
ItssiiwiiliiiluilaMaeaaa IheSonmidl Vesicle. KJ'io
uliOory Iui:tn,l'roU4taOliU!d,anil 1ret.hriL Til
osb of tUu ltomKly Ut alUiadiMl wltu no pula or Inoon
vtinlenco, and ! Dot Inliirfera with tl.H ordlnar
tmrsulu of life 1 u . qnlekly iIIhsoIvwI and sooo sJh
sorisHl, liniduclnnaii linmeiJUtesootliliiaaud nmlor
at Ha ira uism Urn iwiuul and Durvoua ornanlf
turns wr.H-.kwi f mm self aliuwj and ifMMH,atiilna
tlm drain from tlm system, rU)rln Van mind Kl
liealtli aud sound inemury, raiimvlnii tlm Iniinesa
of BiKht, Rurvoua Dubliity, Confmilou or Iduu,
Aventlon to Botluty.utc.cta, and lh,apiMarsni-4
of prematura old uo usually aicouijianyiua- Oils
trouliU., and rl"irlni pnrtutt 8exu,U Vior. whr
it Iim hwa dorunul lorynara. 'J his misloot trnaU
mtint haa std tlia test la "ry sr ou, and lis
now a prooounoed saoctisa, Iirutra am too uiueb pro.
crllmd In tlinsa tr(iul.l.,aoil,an)ny en liearwIU
dhm to, with but lluitilf any iurinanutKsl. 'ihnm
ta 00 NouMeaM, atwut tills WeimruU'io. l'riM:tl(-l on
aervutlou enalilea us to (HMllivoly RuiinintM tust It
will KWHSatlafuctlon. liurliuc tlm elKlit yesn th.-.t
it has Iwnn In xwDf ml ami, w havn thouiuinds of fmtt-rnoiil-iU
as tn iu valuo, and II Is now ooihimI liy ti
Mwllial I mfssilnn u Im tlm tmml ml loom omans ynt
dlsvoviiriKl of riwhlua and curlnx tlila very pmvalnt
trnuliln, that la wnll kaowa to tho eausn of untold
misery to so many, and uikiu whom (utu ks prey witti
tlinir umdnsa Dustrnma and bin feea. Tha Jnly
is nut up In out Ihuim, of thni, hI,m. Ko. 1, lniiiia
to last a mnntti.l S3; No. li. isuUieleut totl l pnf
man,nt curn, unlbsa la tuivtira ease,) (0; Na 8.
(lasting ovr thnn, months, will slop emissions ami
rwiUira vUpr to the wninl ,! 7. Kent Pv mail,
ilHl,io juUla wrapis.ra. Full PIRECHQNB tui
uainir u-lll wromij;ii7 F.Af:l IiCjV
hful fur eiiiit (., ri'lr l'amph-
I IvImglrtHgAiinlOHttiHit lllumtrat.anm V
1 iiiuflrsliiniiiiu. Miieii-iM run dure
tltr ttiaxt Mkr)ilirnt that thru ran b I
rvmtuml trtprrfrvt nui 11 iHHul.mut fit- I
fed fitr the ilullr uf lltv. i, iui1
nvvrr ofreteU. JfHtlii 0i,V Ou
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. CHEMiSTI
Harketand 8th Sts. St. Louia. Mo.
C17 St. Cliar!PHMre(1..sf. I.ouisMo.
A vtil4r Kriwl'Mio ,f t v. i . i, !..., tit
ImKHr )m i.l'l lti.ui n:.y ,r J h j n in m (xii m
city m"tn nh".ftO'1 nil oM ffil-n( kiinw. tl phi ha
&jjor rhufi. O-twl. Btrj'. : re, Oi . MUd. Ku dm r,f lf
Urinary Byphilitio or M"i-r ur;ni Artf tiu' oi
Throut. Hkin or K.ni'H -tirt-l h.tf i). l'rvhtrt
niMTTn.-ttrrli' ,1 Sinual i-(tbilly ar. i lu.j. frry
M IIih r-uil c N if A'Uw.. iu im.'J tut tn ii.,i.ir..
at oruiMi int. (j'tiUitjr( .Lti;i-M'f r.--jt. t,1.;i.-. t ..-.a. rn--n-fT
pby-lriU dwiy, n,-n.'io - ".-ty r-nf'it.nu ot
t'lttt, l(HMuf w iu.Uuiwer.uij.-ht .sHw.rrTiil.rinj. tf ..p.
Tl.uf miprotKir.irn irtu.tfi'iit lr 'r-(i!t kn(.a
aiofftui or - hi airtU .- Mnd lnriu.l. I miai ,U4
t ..nip. Mtjd it .(. lumt ty itiil or t(i.'. (
(riri nn'-' Wfinr dti'itt ti' t it u Uuu r '-L
CARRIAGE I pgps
T!iw ;.'! Miry, well t''ij, a iriiniHi -n tUm
f'llntriif rif"t: Vt'lm mr m-rrj-, f;o n't M.
M. .!..(-. t. . ''V-n-ihooiI, l'hi. i I tiM. i,y, W t Mj .(J
tnrry , h-m lift oft hawm m o ( :nr,K-'J Ai-
cf flit.i'-y nnd ifMisj, nn'l it- 11 y ntorn. "1 r nm-r.ti
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der Up 1 Mini ktr 25 CtS. inn. tn mi ri" -
MMMaOinrtitiDD f I on. Avff'.fia to hi-tiff
I rfit u iiemtiry an'l I i.vftl-m tirnjiM on hj -U
ANuw, Any rtninifi. hnlli lnsrMirwttt. hL
70S Cheanur 8t, 8t. Loulu, Mra. I J.tlll
cuollu'i. tocurw bi.eriait- .ri !. .1 H.
, Xmnotney,Atl fcrrnael ttvi.t.tl: - i i
01t, Urinary or BiBrt.ter d.'t i-e fit VIP
eu"d to a lew dura. All 'h oi ,--' olV J
lf ft)'Tiswt6.'..anry ijA,n.re . ' f.-'. '
mtleiu. A'1ii I. . I I Tint !l C
n .'nrt c-nrm tenxi. flj-mi't . vi i muiiiv
Tmnt all Chronic Diawiui.,-7 and ,. , - '
al ni'Ut4,t..a i!)r"UKii ti run iw,t tt r,
I N DISCRET I O N E X P O S U R t Ifl
atwsaasai sa iwaiiasman m lmti v-fcj t
M'.oua ll.w Mil. sa.j er U.u-. t r I - I v ..n I
ixji, uiiiioji ul:!i M'-ri uryur I MM,uiej ,'.n, ,
YCU1NC MEN j' "'" !. " t.-.,c.w.
msiiii "I a diiM-uM. li.u' ui.rt. iu ric
tlma f.ir i'i-n-a i milt l-niA!)'.nn rt;..,!
PATIENTS TREATED ..
jr ...-t.iu:. n (r, infr.i. rt J HKH r.4 .!
:. L'' q&tjfi to it rfi t,T ii.!, u !.. riuc Uflil
tiTrir fr4a tiwlttr ikwM m-4 Ikrlr Ml4rf,
l Uam Mairikliir U ifcir isliHiif, It k t m.f
tum upic' i t it rift (W.li rifitl, iw( if., tj J i M Utrmi
- OIL till I A, U Sorik Mh hL, Uuti, Mo,
THE KILD P0WEB S3
liuiupnrpvs iioraeopathx U;ec:tcs
rriivni rpun soioim ectTi.-n.-.. so iiiir
Mieple rr.niiii. I (Helen i . in I f
II. I V lie tfl' ..lily lueoti iu.
a.iiil'i. -I I" j-.i i. In r use.
list i'iii. ir.i ci nr. rmcu. J
I t.'......- I. ...I..n t..e... ...,.... 4
I in ins. VI "mi I . v.-r k ocio I i.U' m
X fry ina folic, er 'I e.:hii,K ,.f Infum. r. ttj
4. Diarrhea ..t ' ii.nlien er ..l ,l, s, . ,1
h. D .eulrry. (.ri4nif. 1'iIh.iis 1 idle, '
S Mmlr. t.trhn. ,,iiiII1i,l. . . M
t. f Oliulis, I old, 1 r.Oelw(W. 1
n. .Neuratala, I i (. ineen.-r:. . . .,!!
d. Ill-ailneile., Slek 1 ' e!i,l; he-, , 1 1 lK0, '.. I
HI. I)t .iieusln. I 1 1 .lis .-leinrh. . .2- Il
1st i i ... .....i ...,. a u a
Bii. p-iii.pm.",-,, ,.r I (ill, in, , rr.i.os, ri
1 i. lilies, I'SI V,r"llle . . ,;. I
X i roil p. ( "i jIi. I'lllieult l::ea l.tiiu. . f.
IL all Itlli'lllll, I rl-ln. li."..its,
V. Itllelilliallin, l.hetii, ,tiie I i,!;,, .
teiern'lil aiie. I hill, reiir, -V(!Ue. '
IT. file.. Iilii.d or Mei-illim, . - . . :.t,
I llliirrll. neule ,,l i hr.e.le 'o'1le-l.;i.
1. IlilOIMIIk I Oliull, M"l' I t ' 'HI. I
ii. I.l'lierill llebltll V. I'll" 1 VVi-nk'Icss, . "
.'i. Kliluey I'lsensr. .'
J. erioll Hclilillt . Sierm.-it.,rrli..n. l.i"
91. I rililir t VV ellltllesa.u eliiiur the U-d.!.i
U. )Uense nl me il. ni I. r. Ii.iiiui.ui. ...
Fur sale id ilrna;i..'rseiit i.y in.. i,e.
i.r nti.Hi.- .......... ,.,..,..,
t , .1 t...u ,.r ,-t,-.r h.u.l... ... k
gj i rlee. N-nd for Dr. Miiiui.lirey .' linnh on
M( nlnl'iiriM-, fr H KK.
i A.iur-ss, llilliiinre lollleopnllllr ti
.Vied, t u., lUtl t ulluu bt Aetv i urlt, al
THE GREAT CURE
la It ia for all disoas.es of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
Il oleansos tho system of tho acrid poison
that causes tha uroauful suffonnii whiub
only the viotims ot llhoumatlsra oan rcaUaa.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha worst forma of this tarrlbla dlsaoae
hare boon quickly rollevod, In a short urns
has had wonderful sueeeas, and an lmmenMl
aale in avery parlor tho Country. In nun
dradaofoasoaltliaaoursd wrlioraall olsa had
failed. Ills mild, but eruolsnt, ( Kit TAIN
lit ITS ACTION, buthtralomluallooiies.
Mrc to ail the important organs of tho body.
The natural action of tho Kidneys ia restored.
Tha Liver laoloanaodof nlldiseano, and the
Sowola move freely and boaltlifully. In this
way tho wont dlsoaaoa are eradioatod from
As It haa bean proved by thousands that
ia the most offootual remedy for oloansinn the I
. 1 1 MMikM annmllnna. It ahnuM ha T,
ysutin w. - - -
Used In every household aa a
Always euros WLIOUBN KHH, IONSTTPA-
VIOH, FII'EB and all FEMALE Duwmm.
Is put up In Hry Vrgetable Form, in tin eana,
one park rut e of wlilrh makes Siiiarts modifies.
Also in Mould Form, very Concentrated t or
the onnviinipuee of those who cannot readily pre
pare It. It flolsicltkejuiiJ itlelmyiailnrorm,
UKT ITOFYOim DltmiUIHT. PKlCB.wl.O
UKI.I.K. Hit lUltDKON A Co.. Prop's.
'I fWIII send the dry pn.t. tialil.V III Bl.linTIH. TT.
w - ,
4 t-Vpt mum ,. '.. V i.