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THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ijoss of ppetite,Naii(io,bowel(i costly Oj
PoTnTnlhenBadjydul) iioimation In
CTiSIjiicS paftTPuirl underihe shoulder
blade, fullne'ha after enting, with a disin
cli u u tioti t oj s orlpnp fb od y o r ni 1 n d ,
Irritabilitof temper, Low spirits. Jjds
ofm'emory, wittia faeling "of having iieg;
tluttorinrof theUenrt,"DotH before the
boss at nightThiKufy colored Urine.'
IT THESE WARiraiGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS are especially lulnptoil to
' of feeling an to 4"tiiiih tin) sufferer.
They Inrmtae II-. A HM ' cause "'O
body Ui Talk on "wh, thus (be system Is
ourlmiMl.RnilhyM irToulfArlioii.il) (lid
IMa-!! OrtrniiK, lt.(rulikr silm.L are pro
ducert. I'rtce cents. XIMurrayMt., N.l.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ghay lUinorWiuRKKKS changed toaOiwsY
Vu K by a slnrle application of Uiis Ovk. It
Imparts a minimi color, wis liiNtiiiiUineously.
(Md by Urugi;it tir sent uj exprens mi receipt of 1.
Office, 3S Murray St.. New York.
(ltr. TCTT8 AXI'tL of Tslii.l.l. Infbrmartm nil k
UwAil keniiiU ill it alM Hi It aiiU(lua.(f
Sprains. Burnt, fcralda, ItruNpH, Nore
new, Kliruinat.ii.iii, llolN, I Iceri, old
bow., Toothache, llenriarhr, More
Throat, ANthma, UonrvucMs,
Ac, A.C., Ac.
jrKTW P. FTLTOX, I), n., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Proving iteolf to boa necessity in our homo."
P. A. WKSTHtVKIT. XL I)., Nashville. Tnnn
' Have used rpo quantifies of TOWS EXTRACT
In my practice."
Mm. S. 11. MeCOUD, Matron. Iloma of Destitute
Children. " We find it most efficacious and usc
ful." tniltlon.-POXD'S KXTEAOT 1 sold only la
bottle with the namo blown in the class,
Mf It is ungate to uso other articles with oar
directions Insist on having POXD'U EXTRACT.
IUifuBo all imitations and eubsti lutes,
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Toilet Koap(U cakes) fiO
Inhaler (UloHSfiOo.) 1.00
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If a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
Bar, and the Phosphates, associated with the
Vegetable Aromatlca. Eiidorsed by the Medical
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prpala. (ienrrnl lrhllllT, remnle !!
ra, Hantot Vitality, AVrvoua l'roa
(ration, t onmle.rrner from IHerl
and t'taronieCliill anil Iter. Hmrvca
every purpoiw where a Tumo la uetesnary.
BamijrKtured by The Dr. llartcr Medicine Co, SL kuii
The following Is one of the very many tcstlmo,
niala we are receiving dally:
emtlemrn: Some throe month ago I bepin the
nee of Da. 11 autku'h Iikin Toniu, upon Uie ad
Vlreof many frlemln who knew lta virtues. I was
- sufferliigihim (teneral debility to such an extent
that my labor wan exceedingly tiunleneoniv to uie.
A vacation of a month did not give me much re
lief, but on the contrary, waa followed by In
creased prostration ami alukliiK thills. At till
time I began tlio use of your liiON Tonic, fnmi
which 1 realized almost lunnedliite ami wonderful
Mulls. The old enuiyy returned and I found that
my natural force wna not permanently aliatod. I
have used three liottlea of the 'i'oxtu. Blnee using
It I have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In the
same time dirrliiK my Illness, and with double the
eaae. With tins Iramiull nine ami vlnorol body,
baecomealsoacli-nrnesii of tliouelit never before
enjoyed. If the Tonio has not fl"iio Uie Work, I
luiow uutwbat. I irlve It the credit.
Moal gralefully yours,
J. 1. WATKOJf,
Troy, 0., Jan. t, 1878. I'attur C'UrlBilaa Cburch.
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sion to eoclely, slaeplessiiiss, nervous protdrv
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Ose l)a longer. I nderottr treatment the body Is
enabled to tukc u flesh, the apetitc is increi.sed
end Uie wholu system Is immivI. lied chiisIihi the
brain and nenes torii;ain their vior. Corre.spoi
dune uconUdciiiial. r ull riirccuous scut with the
udlciuee. Address as alvove.
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E. A. Uurnett, Cairo, Illinois. .
What Ailod Mrs. Oldgay'B Chicken.
At a st'luxil examination in Westchest
er (Jounty, N. Y., tlio (ollowiiiconposi
lion was itrcsented by a youthful com
petitor: "A rooster is a mule lien, whoso bus
iness it is to help shout when one of tlio
sisters lays an The rooster is also
made to iijjht. I once hail a rooster.
He was what was called a Urawmaw.
Ho stood eipjlileen inches high, and
weighed Fifteen pounds. lie was not
supposed to be a fighter, hut there is
where they didn't know him. Old Mrs.
Oldgay lives next door us, and her
daughter tSallio gees to gchool with me,
and may be she don't know whatever
was the matter with hor mother's
game rooster, so I am going to tell her.
"My rooster hadn't been bought
more'n an hour, and didn't have time to
get used to the lot, before ho crowed,
and Mrs. Oldgay's game Hew onto the
fence and crowed, too. Iiilly (that was
his name) thought he was saying 'howdy-do'
as loud and friendly as ho could.
Hut the game meant business. , He Hew
down, ami sidled across the yard, with
his neck all stirred up, and, before Billy
had time to explain, hit him an awful
whack in the maw. Hilly ran off a little
ways, and talked fast, but the game ran
at iiim agaiu, and whacked him in the
neck on co more. This timo Billy run
off and stood still, like bo was too sur
prised to think; but all on a sudden it
came over him what was the matter,
and then he got mad. Ho didn't know
nothing about rules and f ancy work, but
lie just stretched but his heaa and came
down the slope a bulging. Yer oughler
have seen them meet. Billy didn't
check up at all, but the game rolled end
over and when tho fifteen pounds hit
him, and then laid still, exceptin' a littlo
wiggle of the legs. Billy went up and
kept a jtunpin' on him till Ithrowcd tho
game back over his fence, and that was
what ailed Mrs. Oldgay's chicken."
Piles! Piles I! Piles!!!
A SURE CUKE FOUND AT LAST. NO ONE NEED
A sure cure for tho Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated riles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A singlo box has cured tho worst
hrouic cases of 25 and 30 years standing.
No one need suffer fivo minutes alter apply
ing this wonderful Boothnrg medicino.
Lotions, Instrument and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs tho tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in ueu;, ueis as a pouuice; gives
iiiHtailt and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of tho privato parts
and nothing else.
Bead what tho Hon J. M. Coffinberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pilo Ointment: "I havo used scores Of
pile cures, und it affords me pleasure to say
that I havo never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price $1.00.
Franks. HknutiSUo., O
Solo Prop's, Cleveland,
For sale by Gko. E. O'haka, Druggis.
Tim imnre.ssion that no fish can be
caught from tho famous Silver spring of
Marion county, norma, is erroneous.
A Mr. Westervillo, of South Carolina,
who has been stopping there for a time,
has taken thirty-seven different varieties
of lish from tho spring, and reports hav
ing seen several other kinds. -
Not long ago a gentleman pointed out
to us a small ficsh-wntcr marsh, and
said: "That place is worthless as it is,
but It will yield $J,()00 or $3,000 worth
of cranberries every year." Tho cran
berries found in our markets come from
Wisconsin largely, nnd are worth In
San Francisco at tho present timo H
per barrel. At least half this price rep
resents freight charges, Ami tho retail
price brings them up to tho neighbor
nood of 17 per barrel. This berry has
been cultivated largely in tho New Eng
land states for years, nnd a large pro
portion of the country's supply cornea
from this source In Michigan and Wis
consin are largo marshes where it nour
ishes in the wild state; but these marsh
es are now found to bo iiindcnuilo to
the demand, and a large amount of cap
ital has recently been Invented in laud
itiul improvements for tlio propagation
of the fruit in Hint region ol isconslu
where it hits grown wild. The price
tlicro ranges from 9'2 to per bush
, el, ami tho company expect to got hand
some prolits from this investment ut
these ligures. If tho cranberry can bo
produced here for even double the money
they are worth there, there would be ft
witlo nitirgin of prolit for the grower.
So far as wo know, thero has been no
effort made to cultivate ibis berry on
the const , Why should not some of our
farmers experiment with It? Uumboldt
, . Not Appreciated.
A old lawyer, who says he plays "no
kind of musical instrument whatever,"
has told tho reason why ho never learn
ed. When he was a young law-student
he and his brother, who was studying
medicine, both boarded at home, and at
one time both coneolved the Idea that
they hnd more than ordinary musical
talents, and. determined to cultivate
them. "So John bought a flute," ho
said, "and I bought a fiddle, and turn
ing one of tho attics into a study, wo
practised there half tho night through.
VWe didn't want anybody to know
about it, especially my father, who had
very strict notions as to tho value of
time nnd no tasto for music. So to make
him think wo were hard at work, I had
Suantities of law-books heaped up and
obn had a skull and lota of bones scat
tered about, to tho horror of Betsey, tho
housekeeper, who slept in the attic.
"Sho was once our nurse, and was
tho only ono who could boar us practis
ing, so we had no fears of her telling.
'One morning, a week or two after wo
had begun our musical night-work, wo
wero late at breakfast, and , looking
somewhat unrefrcshed, father said.
'You mustn't study too hard, boys!"
"No, sir, not at all," we both answer
"Just then Betsey appeared at tho
door, and looked mysteriously at moth
er. 'Yes, what is it?" asked mother, sur
prised at the flurry Betsey seemed to bo
"Well, ma'am, I want to say that I'll
have to lave you, ma'am."
"Leave mo! why, whit do you mean,
"Yes, ma'am; it's the boys at last,
ma'aiu. It's going on twenty-five years
that I've lived with you, and it's tho
boys at last. It's not Christian-like,
ma'am; I can't stand it noways."
"V!i3 Betsey, what havo the boys
been doing? Do tell us at once!"
"It's Mister John, ma'am; and some
times I think Mister Tom helps him. He's
got some poor cretur up stairs, ma'am,
and he torments him awful, all night
sometimes, ma'am, when you are asleep.
The poor cretur groans and screams
ami almost shrieks jight out, and whnt
it suffers I don't know, but it's dreadful.
"I know they say doctors must do
such things when they are a learning,
but I can't stay where such things aro
going oiv I never thought Mister John
was the one to do so, but he docs, and
if it's all the same to you I'll go, ma'am.
"Mother saw that thero was some
mystery about it, and tolling Betsey sho
would talk to her again, sent her from
tho room, when my brother and I were
called upon to explain.
"We never heard tho last about that
'poor cretur' up stairs, but that was tho
end of my violin practice."-llimanlia
Shooting the Hippopotamus.
Hero, on my first day, I lost my way
in the jungle, about four miles inland,
and for a long time was in a great fright,
climbing trees to try and get a view. I
fortunately met some natives, whoclimb
ed a cocoauut tree and got me some
milk, and on my trying to describe tho
sea, at onco made signs of intelligence.
Thinking I wantod to got to a lake to
shoot hippopotami, they took me two
more miles inland, ana on reaching
some swampy ground, made signs of
caution. At last, parting the foliajo,
they showed me a small lagoon, and for
the first time I beheld the mighty hip
popotamus in his native lair, never dis
turbed by awhite man before. My dis
gust may biijniagined, as I had only my
smoothbore, nnd on tho opposite side of
the lake lay some eighteen hippos bask
ing in tho sun, and now and then giving
a bellow that made me laugh much. I
took accurate bearings of tlio place by
the wind and sun, and at last succeeded
(after much fatigue, walking through
swamp and jungle) in reaching the
The next morning at daybreak I was
undo, way, with our black interpreter,
and armed with my Martini rifle. , W
arrived at a village, and some natives
immediately volunteered to guide me,
and come and see the fun. They hate
hippos, which do great mischief to their
little crops, sugar-canes, tic, besides
frightening them out of their wita at
night, anil often knocking' down their
When we reached tho lake thero lay
tho unconscious hippos as before, in
almut six foot of water, their heads just
abovo tho surface. The blacks guided
me round to the other side of the lake,
where, by wading out through tho thick,
high sedge, I got within about eoventy
yards of my quarry, one of the blacks
acting as a rest for my rifle, ami very
steady he was. I selected tho biggest
head as my target, and sent my littlo
messenger on his fatal journey. It
passed through the ramus of tho ani
mal's lower jaw, smashing the alias y nd
axis, and the doath-strugglo that ensued
gave me an idea of what a mighty bruto
tho hippo is. Its entire body was hurled
out of tho water (feet lirst), a most fa
tal sign, atnl volumes of blood, mud, and
water wero sent high -in the air, obscur
ing every thing.
About twenty seconds afterward a
largo one roso to breathe some eighty
yards distant, and I sent No. 2 straight
into his brain between eye nild ear.
Death was in this case so immediate
that tho animal did not .make quite so
much disturbance as tho lirst one. The
natives wero astounded, and looked on
tho rifle ami mo as objects of the great
est interest, I then shot two more,
and by this time tho bodies of the two
lirst were being dragged ashore.
Next morning I was up early to cut
oil' their heads, as I knew they would bo
nil floating by that time, and about ten
blacks accompanied me, ono of them
making fast a rope to tho leg. On the
lirst being landed the blacks gave a
hearty cheer, something liko an Irish
"Ullngone," and I, jiimpingon the huge
carcass, proceeded to niiiko a speoch
duly rendered Into Swahlhi by my Inter
preter. That day 1 spent live hours up
to my middle In water getting tho hoods
off, the skin being about two nnAa half
Inches thick, and like India-rubber. The
blacks cut off all the flesh, and bora
away tho skulls to tho boat. I have now
got two heads on board, and the lower
jaw of another; my big head and tusks
aro the largest ever seen by any ono on
board, the tusks of the lower jaw being
obout uino inches long.--2'Ao London
. A ThouHiinds I)o Testify,
So does Thomas Huberts, Wholesale Grocor,
Philadelphia, who says: Burnett' Coco
sine ulluys all irritation of the scalp, and
will most effectually rcmovo dandruff and
prcveDt tho hair from falling out."
Burnctt,s Flavoring Extracts. Tho su
periority of these extracts consists in their
perfect purity and great strength. They
aro'warrantod free from the poisopmis oils
and a, cids which enter into the composition
of many factitious fruit flavors.
' A Heart-Eroken Bat Frugal Woman.
Honesty and frugality lead to wealth,
so we have been told. We are therefore
a great admirer of honesty and frugality.
o havo frequently invited them to our
family circle. In fact, we try to keep
them with us as much as possible. But
we recently read in a western paper of
a woman who, according to our idea of
thinking, carried the thing too far.
Her husband, poor man, died her,
sixth one, by the way and when tho
undertaker came to dress him up for
the reunion iu the sweet sometime hence,
tho poor . heart-broken woman, with
tears in her eyes and a screw-driver in
her hands, took tho door-plate off tho
front door, had his ago added, and then
nailed it on his collin with shingle nails.
As she sadly turned away she remarked:
"I 'low I'll need a new namo on tha
door 6oon, anyway."
Mrs. Partington Says
Don't take any of the fUack roBtrums, as
they are regimental to the human cistern ;
but put your trust in Hop Bitters, which
will cure general dilapidation, costive
habits and all comic diseases. They saved
Isaac from a severe extract of tripod fever.
They are tho no plus unum of medicines.
liegtilate the Secretions.
In onr endeavors to preserve health it is
of the utmost importance that we keep the
secretory system in perfect condition. The
well know remedy Kidney-Wort, has spe
cific action on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Uso it instead of dosing with vile bitters or
drastic 'pills. It is purely vegetable, and is
prompt but mild in action. It is prepared
in both dry anp liquid form and sold by
druggists every where. Reading Eagle.
1 Leading Members
of the dramatic and musical professions
testify to the beautifying influence of Sozo
dont upon the teeth. Personal comeliness
is a positive capital to public performers,
and they find that tho use of Sozodont ma
terially seconds the natural charm of a
pleasing face. Let all who wish to avert
tho disaster sure to overtake neglected
teeth, try a new departure and cleanse them
regularly with this agreeable preservative.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, itc, I
will send a recipe thot will euro you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I), New York
Many Miserable People drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tiic, they would find a euro commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
The Rev. Gko. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Iud., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shilob's Consumption Cure. 9
Made from Harmless Materials, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
Evils to be Avoided.
Over eating is in ono sense as produc
tive of evil as intemperance in drinking.
Avoid both, and keep the blood purified
with Burdock Blood Bitters, and you will
be rewarded with robust health and an in
A nasal injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
Frank Bardal, North Bennett street,
Buffalo, says: "I have tried your Spring
Blossom as a family medicino and have
never come across anything to do so much
good in so short a timo in cases of indiges
tion, dyspepsia and derangement of the
stomach; I strongly recommend it."
Prico 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Bingham, N. Y., writes :
"I suffered for several months with a dull
pain through left lung and shoulders. I
lobt my spirits, appetite onb color, and
could with dilllculty keep up all day. My
mother procured some Burdock Blook Bit
ters; I took them as directed, and havo
felt no pain Biuco first week after using
them, ami am now quite well." ,
Prico 1.00. .
Deaf as a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Oct., states
that for fifteen months sho was troubled
with a disease iu tho ear, causing entire
deafness. In ten minutes after UBing
Thomas' Electric Oil she found relief, and
in a short timo she was entirely cured and
hor hearing restored.
Thomas Fitchen, Bradford, Pa., writes:
"I oncloso money for Spring Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured mo. My dyspep
sia has vanished, with ull its symptoms.
Many thatiKs; Ishallnevor bo without it
in the house."
Prico 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. v
Y. Thomas Witliam
Attoiinry and Cot'NHKiXon at Law,
' Will practice In nil tho courts of Missouri and
Illinois, local and supreme and In the United
Htntus court for the Eastern district of Missouri.
Claims, collections, tuxes, titles ant loam at
Ileal ilstutu bought aud told on loannlsslon, '
GREAT Germ DESTRO YER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
Ulcers purified and heal
ed. Gangrene - pre
vented and cured.
Wounds healed rupldly .
Scurvy cured In short
Tetter dried up.
It Is perfectly harmless.
For sore throat it Is a
E It ADIOAT K D
Sick rooms puritled and
made pleasant. .
Fevered and sick pur
sous relieved and re
freshed by bathing
with , rrophyluctic
Fluid added to thu
Soft white complexions
secured by it use iu
Impure air made barm
less and purified by
To purify the breath,
clean hu the teeth, It
can't he surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Hums relieved insttntly.
Removes all unpleasant
fj!R,'Vf r-.'iM eifTyfjHJ
t.llUIUlU 111' MpUlcli.
Slop fever prevented by
In cases of death In the
house, it should al
ways be used about
the corpse It will
preveut auy unpless
Hiit smell. An anti
dote for antn al or veg
etable poisons, stings,
Daugerons clllnvtas of
sick rooms and hospit
als removed by its use
Yeliow fever eradicated.
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturing Chemist, HOLE l'UOPHlETORS.
Tubercular Diameio ot I,uriKimd
Tubercular consumption of the lungs Is that
form of Ibo diseasu nio-t comtnou, most futal, and
until recent y considered incurable. Tubercle,
from which the name li derived, is a morbid pro
duct, deposited from diseased blood In various
I, aria of tho body; and In proportion as that fluid
is Impure, and lencth of time it remains so, will
tubercular diathesis c utlnue.
Faix River, JIass. , JIarch 20th, 1879.
James I Fellows, Esq
Dear Sir: About throe years bro I was attacked
with t ronchltis and tubercu.ar disease of the loll
lung, aud suffered for two years so severely that I
was unable to attend to business. About a year ago
I was advised to try Fellows1 .Syrup i f Ilypophos
pliltes. and before I ha 1 flnisl ed one bottle my ap
petite and strength were greatly Improved; my
cough became less troublesuine, my bleep was
sound and refreshing, which had not been thu rase
for over a year. 1 had suflurea trom nervousness
aud diflicult breathing all thu time I was sick; but
your syrup has cured it all 1 advise all persons
iilllicted as I was to use Fellows' byrup of Hypo
phosphites. (Signed) JAMES II. STEWART.
An endless chain of good effects is formed by
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Ilypophospbites, and
we are safe In saying, from a loug experience in
medicine. Its virtue are not possessed by any oth
For Ha)c by all Druggists
you suffer from dyspepsia, use
BURDOCK BLOOD BlTTKRJ.
If you are afflicted with biliousness, use
I!l'KIUCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If you are prostrated with sick headache, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowels ate disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blood is Impure, purify it with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you havo indigestion, you wilt find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you aro troubled with spring compla.nts, eradi
tcato them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your liver Is torpid restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver Is affected you will dud a share restor
ative in BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you havu any species of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have auy simptoms of ulcers or scrofulous
sores, a ctirativo remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For Imparting strength and vitality to tha system,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up tne
system with ;BUKDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
ruicK 1 ritu iiom.E ; TniAt bottlkb, IOcts,
FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y. ,
For sale by PAUL G. 8CDUII. (2)
business now before the public
Yen can make money faster at
work for us than al anything
elso. Capital not needed. We
will start you. l'2sdayand
nuwurds made at horns bv tho
Industrious men, women, boys and girls wantod ev
erywhere to work for us. Mow Is the timo. You
can work In spare timo only nr give your whoH time
to tho business . Yon can live at home and do tho
work. No other business will pay you nearly as
well. No ono can fall to make enormous pay hy
engaging at once. Costly outfit and terms free.
Money mti4o fast, easily and honorably. Address
True A Co., Augusta, Maine. 10-30.
s GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE,
TRADE Mark. The Groat Eng
lish remedy, An
untalllng cure for
potency and all
diseases that (blow
at a soqttenco
of self-abuse: as,
tnsi. nf miimnsv.
dimness of vision, premature old age, end many
othur diseases that lead to insaullv,. consumption
or a premature grave.
frr Full particulars In our pamphlet, which we
deslse to send free hv mall to everyone. f fy-The
Specific Medicino Is sold bvall drngglsts at f 1 nnr
Menage, or six package for fj, ot Will be sent free
bv mall on receipt of tbe money, bv addressing,
TUB. QUAY MEDICINE CO.,
. UUITAIiO, N. Y.
Void in Cairo by Paul Bchuh. '
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WORLD.
It alone Issues
.stipulating that the contract of Insurance "shall
not be disputed" arter it Is Ibree yesrs old,
and that such policies shall he
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Its policy Is clear aud concise, and contains
N. B.-RFAT) YOirit imiflKM. Compare the
short and simple form used by tho Equitable with
the long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. B 8ec the many letters from policy holders
expressing their gratification with the returns from
their To.ntini Savi.sus FexD Pouch.
liecuuse of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invtvtcd, uearlj
E. A. BURNETT. Agent.
Office, corner JJth and Washington.
November U, 18Sl.m3dw
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid . Society,
Organized Jalv lttli, 1877, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Under Art of Congrfi.
? - V,Vn-aV,v Vlc Prldent
iA ; V p,'w ?JI!i ' - -....Treasurer
i iiV.m'Vm -v.' 'Mtdl:1 Advisor
JOHN c. VtUITK -..Aselsuat Secretary
"LFOIITON, Ii. b. THOMAS.
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHER,
J. 8. SlcUAIlEY.
William ftratton, of Hlratton A Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul O.Srhub, wholesale and retail drug
gist: Hazen Lelghton, commission merchaut; Jas.
S.McOahey, lumber dealer; J. J. (Jordou, tihys
Iclan; J. A. Goldstlne. of (loldatlne & Roseuwiiter.
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Wm F Pitch
er, general agent; Henry B. Kills, city printer and
book binder; Ihcsloy Haynes, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In four and grain; F. Bross. pros!
dent Alexander County Bank; 0. W. Hendricks
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
agent; T humas Lowly, secretary and attorney at
saw; L. 8,1 homes, broom manufacturer; W. F
Russel, contractor and builder; O. T, Rudd
agent 0. St. L. N. O. rallaoad;Moses Phtllipsxar
poutcj; II. A. Chumhley, contractor, Cairo, Ills..
Rev. J. Spencer, clergyman, St Leuis, Mo.; J. D.
Bethuno, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton. Mo ; J. H. Moore , laviver, Commerce Mo.i
D. Hlngletarv.phvslcian, Arlington, Ky.; J. V.
Tarry, phvs clan, Fulton, Kv,; Wm. Ryan farmor
Murrv, Kv.; A. stolnbach, manufacturer of sad
dlerv, Kvansville, ind.jUe Anderson, secretary
ion'T,nl'J,,)i'lC8,t L-N O-railroad. Jack
!n? xin'. tk" Ho,'ur5"",n. phvslclan, White.
lolvar.lenn w,n.L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
Using Ageii3,'illollvStjrinfB. Miss
by this simple water
power Invmitlnn may
avoid all tho labor and
Injury of driving hot
Hewing Machine. Over i
Water Motors, noiseless 11
atjd ornamental, adapt. If
ed to all
'two slr.es nru m,l.i tnr
Hnlishnl,, um.i.. to
Sii.TO. Also larger
I ft! Hi (IS fust nnt..aM
" in I'd J 1 11-til ill
n till ttxf nil IHtiilu as..
mutUB WATER MOTOR CO.. Newark, N. J
This Is the
.MwHt Economical Power Known
FOR DRIVING LIGHT MACHINERY 1
H take but littlo room.
It nuver gets out of repair.
It cannot blow up. '
- It requires no fuel..
. ' ' , ' . . H need no engineer.
There Is to delay) no firing up; no ashes to clean
away ! no ettra Insurance to payi no ronalr"
lng necessary; no coal hills to pay;
and it Is always ready for tise.
It is Verv Cheap.
0 $'J00. Stats piper yott lawth.il ad
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