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THE GREAT CURE
Am it la for all diseases or the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It ole&neea tin system of ths acrid poison
that oanaaa tha drwadful Buffering wnJob
only the viotima of Uheamatum oaa loellie,
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha worat forma of this iorribla dlasaa
have been qulokiy relieved, to a ahort tlms
haebadweaitcrrul aueeess, and aa Immense
sale In every partof tbs Country. In hun
dreds of oases Itliasoured where all slue had
failed. It la mild, but efficient, IKItTAI.I
IN 114 ACTION, but baralvuia all cases,
f Wit cleanses. (ttrcBytkraa and clvea New
I.tfe to all tlie Important organs of tbs body.
Tbo natural action of the Kidney la restored.
Ttio Liver if oleanacdof alldiH'aae.aad the
Bowelamovefrealy and healthfully. In thla
way tha wont disease aro eradicated ftroia
Aa It hae been proved by thousands that
ia tho most effeotual remedy tor oleanalnjt the
tyatom of all morbid secretions. It ahouid be
uaed In every household aa a
Alwaya onrna lilUOUri.NMH, CONBTTPA
TION, PILES and all I' EM ALB Clauaaoa.
Inputupinllrjr Vegetable F orm, intlocaai,
one ffk we of which uiaaeiS'iuartt nwdicin.
Alio in Liquid Form, very loncenlratrdfor
the comm-aca "f those wh ramiDtriMaujr pre
pare it. Itattutitktquai fiJLcuncytncttHrrfum.
orr it or Torn imuootst. riucE.ti.oe
WKM.S. Kit 1UI!IS0N A Co.. Prop'.
(Will sni the drv pnt raid l KIIK.TIH. TT.
61 7 St. Charlcn Mrret, St. Louis, Mo.
A phhmUr irnflnatfi of two Mass-lie.. r-Hei. hft ba
ytuiftsr liicj.tJ iun lujj ut Ki'hytiPifiii lu bt Loum.u
city tjrr Kti'W.nu1 hIL old n.'iiTj k:iuw. 871'' bill.
O-jnyfTbo'H.0lm;t, 8tr.cWr.OrjbiUi. Kuiture,n.l
Vntmry tfppr.i.itio ur Mercui-irU Afltn-Uoa of
Throat, Skio ur Ifcnfl car- tSrtfuijr, iTivnU-iy,
Bpra.uUirba.fekKual lability and ln.p0tM.tr7
M tLir'4tnt of hMif rVtm-, svnm. 01c in mature,
fM.n.orovtf trH)nwyrit. prnalutintf twmiuoi),ffmia'
tvi mim.iou, dublUttUimriMMiut utbt.iW.V.ive nim-
tyt (ihrtl(.u dncH, vrfuoQ ia sVxii condition of
, Umtii fwiuia pownr.nlrfhl Uw.fn'ir-riiiat piai
lis. if )nprtPtorrprmnfctlyfrnrJ. ViQnlinlioa
tUutbou or 7 rnaii frr mi I a it. I'Mutii. .oi
Uinp. MttdMnM lDt by nmll or ipr-. Com
irifk-ai'-vl. U tjrd"uU cxti U Utriicklr titHl
MARRIAGE I f?8?4
ffWIs. I GUIDE!
1 bf.ui!i.U)rr, well tild,a il Ulrua Uiulo, oo ill
fnlUwriiiii ;bjtai Who muf mtrrj, wbo not. hr.
SIkuuS.. 'H'-wiuihofid, I1ijU1 dwiir. Who nhould
mwry ihow llfneod hapiitoww iuajImt iocTaw.1 indncn
of enllli'ir; andexM,and maor more. 1 bat raanM
oroonlMcnj'ltUiiuf mArriiumfeboald It iho kie an-
dr lurk nd ki-r. 25 Cta, bj ainll In inoory or i
ttrt. Krurllb OnnHn-Frnh ran and MrKtkn.
I riLaUW"''1'''. MiDhond, N-ir
JHiJir(Viofui'in if Mum, AHrloo l..'-l
1,, u Memory and ltlxirdnrt hrouKhtco by rx-lf-
A barm. Any dru-'tTKl buitlm lrilu-ui. Ht IxHila
irerire lrMTt'i9Ht ChiirlM. ft. ll. S!o.
705 Chaanut 8t, 8t. Loula, Mo. nt old nfnee,
ouutiuutt to cum norma torri.ciMi. imlnitl w
noaii, Iajotney.ll furma f B7iilitlu,Oonorrfci
Olef t. Urumry or UiartdBr dlseu-x-e. Jir..nt ciir
eurwl iua fuwdura. All the diMtri iMuliInK Irani
elf nbniM) el(oripuaurfi rnrKl (ir life with unl
oedu-toe.' AdvSi fr. Chu'KHe luw. tVllorwriie
aetrlrtrnnti'lenoa. Symvtom Hook for ("oetump
EfflEsa "vg racna
!A nttiabla Dlacovery and New Denartnre In MM.
cat K'lfiHM, an entirely Mmv and poaiilvely effective
t4.mflv for I he ejNwMlv and iriuaoent flu re of Sutnl
nit Kmimiliiiia and Impotuncy by the only true
Way, vir.: Direct Apphottlon to the pr(nrlial Ht
)i iua jfiaeaiwi, actituf or Auwrpuon. aim exonina;
itHeiee'ltinlnlhienrenn tliH Honiinnl Voelrlpa. Kino
liluuuy Ducta. ProaUtoOlniid. and Ureliira. Tlho
nMtof the KiijtHlvlHattKiidml wlLb pn iwla or Inoi o
.nJnis and dwn not Inl.irfi-ru with the ordinary
puniiiu ol I ift. i It la qnh'kly dlMjnlvnd and enoo aii
XirtMM, nrodui'lniraaiinmedUiliieoolhingajid rwiUir
alive elfort Umo the M'liial and iinrvou onranlrv
tiiiai-wrwknd from aoll aliuho and ejiiai.lil-M'l'InK
the drum from the etem, n'torln the mind to
liealth nud round memory, rnmovlng tho Dlinnoaa
of Blirht, Nurvoue Uubllity, Confuition of IdeaH,
AvtTMlon to Huciely,to..tal and tho aiiarar.'
ol premuture nld tM umially acrouii'aujiiMf tlila
trmiliksand nwlorlnK tac. BexufU Vifror.wh.irii
It haa liO dormant for ywtra. Xhle moUi of treat,
nieot hite tiod the tout la iry aovnro oaiwa, and la
Dow a pronnnnwtl eucciwia. Druts ara too munh pro.
aiTllwd hi theea troubles, and.ae many can boar it
iim to, with but lUtlotf any Mirmnent(xl. ,ra
la oo Nouaenw about thla l'n'ralloo. Trai-tlcal ob.
eervatloenaliliu to pmlllvely Kunrantee that It
will Rive auituaf action, burl rut the eUiht Har that
It bna leeio in iceDeral nim, we have thouwinda of tentl
pmnMIe ne to Its value, ami It la nowonnoild by lha
MoilU'al I'rofeenloo to 1m t he ninet rational means yet
dlecovnrud ol roai hill Ind cttriuK t Ilia very pntvaletit
troublu, thatle wull k nown to bo the oauw of alf
mleery in eo many,anl un whom quacks prey wltli
their HMileaa nolruma ami bio; fooa. 1 be Kemedy
ia out uu In mat bnnie.ol threoelrmi. N l.lenoiuia
ln)t montu.l i I No. 8, tsiilUolent to elloct a pey.
niancnt euro, uiilueS lo aovoro caees,) B No. a.
llaetirMf over three nionlha, will atnp mtmlooa an(I
reetora vliror In the wonit cnnes.) 1, HanJJ rl$,
Si,ln Halo wrappers. VW BlrtKUllOS fii
It.. tfirn Pnrnfit
I lt IVniiin.iii, trhirh trill xrtifire
1 th Nf Kkvitllrnt that IhrsMii bfl
r rut ml tofirrirrt tniinlMiIMj fit'
m f.u nirinf iittrtrm nr f jr. nfiiiie
VliniC ullrcliil. ftulU UMjK by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MPO. CHEMISH
Market and Uth St. ST. LOUIS. MO.
DR. BUTTS' DESLSflS;
Treat nil Ohronlo Dlnnaam, and anioys a ontlon.
al reiiit.iition thrtiuiih theeiirlimof coniplloiilndcaiiea,
P iS..Tl?.? ?,U.f 'r"J"
eetloim of the hlooil.nktn or bonee. Irwilod with SUO-
.UNO MEN ho am siillerlniifiom ttienlTirta
aaaaVaaakaaWilul a dlaenee that nnllts Its vlo-
tinin for huHini
n or nutrtiHtf,
hut whin iMiuilk.
iitiuiil cuiiiill4li(iii ii iri'irrr
whkti it 1'H1H tud lnil
i, ,lit of nuMtlnftt to tw itiiiwfirad by itttiuu Jvkriii ImU
bttiil m9a rr in trty siiirMi on tiit'iirilloii.
Cfitrtmiw MilTrplnv tVitM Muiilur houM mh1 tMraddrm,
nNtl It'ftrfi tuMdhlrtp lo tlmlr nrtvatilic II U ol inm,f
CulnnMinrr.ii'nit "trlctly cobflilpiitUi, nml ihoulrl bfla(lrviittl
Dil. U tXTH, 14 HorlU Hi ht, it LouU, Alis
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A v lull in ofjronUiIul Imprudence earning Prenuv
nra Dway, Ifurvoiia PcliOlly, Loat MaulioM, eui,
listing tried lu vain every known rrmedy, has dis.
ejoviirodaalniploaelfaure, which bo will send FtlKB
to bis follow.suOrnLBuMrea J. II. UCEVIM,
At Clintliain ttt,. ji, T. ..r -
Mr. Topnoody came n Into to supper,
the other evening, and his ivifo had berni
keeping it on tho stove for him an hour,
at luiist; and sho was not any huppioi
for tho loving ministration. Topnoody
saw tho state of att'airs, and when ho sat
down to the taiilo ho thought he would
make things pleasant for her, so lit
"I am a little late, my dear, but I was
engaged down town in a mutter portain
ing to tho city government, and couldn't
got home. Iy-tlie-way, my dear, what
do you think of the mayor's reform move
"What movements? What reform?
vnai mavorr Is 110 a married man?
Hiianped Mrs. Topnoody, like a
of Hiiootin": cracker!) rroinrr oil'.
"Well, iio," replied Topnoody;
"That's a good tiling for some poor
"J5ut I was not talking about that,
angel mine. I simply asked what
you thought of his reform movements."
"What aro they? Is there any thing
in thnm ubout reforming men who come
late to their meals, who won't cut the
kindling-wood, nor bring in the coal,
nor carry a bucket of water, nor fasten
the boards on the back fence, nor get
tho marketing, nor stop talking city
S government when they ought to talk
ionic govemnie.vt, nor read their neJ',i
papers while their poor wives are slav
ing their lives out cooking for them,
nor try to boss the house when the wife
knows best what should le done, nor do
forty dozen other things they shouldn't
do?" I say, js this in them? If it ain't,
he'd better shut up shop and retire, and
let a woman run the machine awhile. I
can tell you, Topnoody, if I was in
there, I'd make things hum!" Then she
went out into the kitchen forsomething,
and, while she was gone, Topnoody drew
a long breath and sighed, "Hum! Well,
I should smile."
Regulate first the stomach, second the liver;
especially the first, so as to perform their
functions perfectly and you will remove at
least nineteen-twentieths of all the ills that
mankind is heir to, in this or any other cli
mate. IIop Bitters is the only thing that
will give perfectly healthy natural action
to these two organs. Maine Farmer.
Why. Wear Plasters?
They may relieve but they cannot cure
that lame back for the kidneys are the
trouble, and you want a remedy to act di
rectly on the secretions, lo purify and re
store their healthy condition. Kidney-
Wort has that specific action and at the
same time it regulates the bowels perfectly.
Don t wait toet sick, but get a package
to-day, and cure yourself. Either liquid
or dry for Bale at the druggists. Bingham
"Some Pertinent First Words."
The last words of distinguished men
have been going tho rounds of the press,
but we have seen nothing in regard to
their first words. Wo have, however,
prepared a list which can be relied upon
Bonaparte "Of Corsican."
Shakstrenre "Give mo the milk of
Nelson "Rocked in tho cradle of th'o
'I preserve my center of
Pope "Fools rush in where
fear to tread."
Wordsworth "Como forth into tho
light of things; let nature bo your
Wellington "I'm a broth of
would ye tread on my coat?"
Lamb "It is good to love tho un
known." Coleridge "Ancestral voices prophe
Johnson "A very unclubbablo
Washington 'Tut nono but Ameri
cans on guard to-night"
Webster "I shall defend my consti
tution." Lord Timothy Dexter "You can't
plav any points on me."
The list might le extended, but
enough has been printed to show that
tho lirst words of eminent men have
been moro pertinent than their lust.
Falling Bk on the Law of Moses.
There is a colored justice of tho
peace, who holds court not far from
Austin, and who gets off from the bench
some of tho most wonderful decisions
that have ever been delivered sinco tho
davs of Solomon.
Not Ions since, Jim Webster was
brought up beforo him for cutting off
tho car of a cow that had broken into
Jim's garden. Tho case was clearly
proven, and tho colored Solomon said:
"I sentence Jim Webster to bo locked
up in do county jail for do spaco ob ono
"But, your honor, the statute says
that tho penalty for such offences, shall
bo a line, not to exceed fifty dollars,"
said Jim Webster's attorney.
"I knows tint ar, but I takes do old
law on do subject."
"To what old law does your honor re
fer?" "To do law ob Moses, sah, which
. says, 'an eye for an eye, a toof for a
toot, an ear lor an ear ue prisoner at
do bar cut off 0110 ear ob do cow, and do
law hhvh snlicitlv, dat ho loses a year's
timo in do jail. Ef he had cut oft bofo
ears ob do cow ho would hub got two
years. Call do noxt ciusoondo docket."
A Scorpion Under tho Skin. .
Thero is a colored man in Now Lon
don. Mo., who for years has claimed
that ho had a scorpion under his skin,
and that it crawled from plaeo to placo
over his body. A few days sinco Drs.
Spraguo and. Rails, of London, a couple
of scientist4-, coaXed tho man to submit
to a surgical operation for tho removal
of tho animal. They distinctly traced
tho animal under tho man's skin from
jiis waist over tho loft shoulder, and
theneo back again to a position between
tho thiirhs and knoo of tho right leg,
Clasping tho limb abovo and bclovy
whero tho animal seemed to bo, they ad'
ministered chloroform to tho man, and
milking nn incision iu tho leg, took
therefrom a living repwo not a scorpi
on, but something like n lizard. It was
placed In a vial of ftleohol, and tho doc
tors have had several offers for its piu
nhaso. , ; .'.
CAIRO BILLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
Man? MiHiiitAiiut People drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using. Parker's Qingor
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming , back to them. Bee other
$30,00 Worth of New and Popular
MohIc for 81.00
Thomas Brothers' Mulical Journal for
January is undoubtedly the finest anlent
journal of its kind published. The reading
matter is vaiied and original, being news
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will have a new feature this year in being
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Shiloh'b YiTAMZEn is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul 0. Sehuh,
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
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Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Catarrh ccred, health and sweet breath
secured by Bhiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
cents. Jsasal Injector free. Paul G.
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Not For a Fortune.
"Phew" I wouldn't marry her if she'd a
fortune. Poor girl she'd be all right if she
took Spring; Blossom, the best thing in the
world for offensive breath. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
No Matter What Happens
You may rest assured that you are safe in
being speedily cured by Thomas' Electric
(Ml in all cases of rheumatism, neuralgia,
tootnache, etc. Oae trial only is necessary
to prove its efficacy.
CnoiT, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 8
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be Btopped. .Neglect frequentl re
sult, m an Incurable Lung disease or on
suroption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
iVsthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Siniiers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perlect satisiaction. naving oeen
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 ceuts a
Weke man to confirm more to the laws
of health and of nature, and be less addict
ed to tho gratification of his passions, it
would not be necessary to advertise Fel
lows Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites
as a restorative for the power of the brain
and nervous system, while the world's pro
Kress and enlightenment would indeed be
A M KW ILLUSTKATKD
Literary Weekly Journal '
ConduotcKl by Alb'on W.Tourgee,
uutnor 01 , j ooi jfjvrrtna, oic,
UMsntotl by Daniel (T.llt'lriton
nml librt H. lJuvt".
First Number Issued February 1, ISH'J.
The most distinguished authors and skilful art
lsta, both American and Kngllsh, have been en1
Kagudby"Oiir Continent." Thu February uum
here contiiln novels und stories by Union Campbell,
Mrs. Alexander, K, F. Rue, Julian Hawthorne,
John Ilablierton, K. H Davis, etc.; poems by Os
car Wlldo,:.tmlso Chandler Mottlton, O, il. Hukor,
Sidney Lanier, O. P Lmhrop, Culla Thaxtor, etc.;
entertaining sketches by :. t. Lelnnd, (Hani
Ureltiiianlfi. U. Mitchell. flk Marvel) Felix Os
wald, etc. ( solid papers by President Porter, of
Yale, Kl lot, of llitrv trn, Frovost I'epper, of Unlver
ilty of Pennsylvania, etc. i lashlon utiles by Kate
Field; art Illustrations by Louis O. Tiffany) sci
ence bv Profs Hothrock, Ilurlier, etc ; social eti
quette by Moiilton; rural Improvement by Hon. 1).
O. Northrop; tun and humor by C. U. Clark, (Max
Adler) -Tilde Komua and a host of others.
Hoantlful Illustrations area leading leature of
"Our Continent." They uro the finest that art
can produce and eqnal to most perfect in tha
Price 10 eenta a number; $4.00 a years $3 00 six
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Postmasters are invited to take subscriptions.
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acting 10: "uur Loiuineiu.
Writo for pftttlenlara to. "OUROOrtTINKHT'
V i Philadelphia, P.
raVI il m SLP
Indian Blood Syrup.
II fJl 11
3 iM St
Fthati tj iiiu 1
( I I I ll Til SI h"muVm,Bliil
1 rutin v.
liens. Nervous Ohilitv
THE REST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAX I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrnp possesses varied l
rtsnatfftsi s T ail..
iiUtva the ptyaiine lo the saliva, which converts
the starch and snuar of the food into glucose. A
deflclcncv In ptyalino causes wind and souring ol
the food In the stomach. If ihe medicine jt toaan
mmtdiately after eating, the fermontatlon ol loed
It acU upon the Liver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Beguliitwi tho Bowels,
It Purities the Wood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Dlirestlon,
It Nourishes, Strenptheni and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induced
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in
the blood, which p-nerstes Scrofula. Erysipelas,
and all manner of kln Diseases and Internal baa
There are no spirits employed In Its manufacture
and It can betaken by the most delicate babe, or by
the ajed and fueble, care only being required In at
Untie, n to directions.
Galva, Henry County, Ills.
I wassnflVrlnK from Sick Headache and DIkI
iicbs so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured me.
SIHH. 1IBLKN ELKIN3.
Waterman Station, DcKalb Co., Ills.
This ls'to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured mo of l'aln in the Hark. It
Is a valnablo medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre nill, White Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many yeurs I tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to strengthen. I at last
res lved to try Dr. Clark JohnioiTs Indian Blood
Syinp, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, hut alio a Hick ilead
ach which had been troubling me.
Mild MART A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get reliuf, althoneh nsing mudt-
fines from our best doctors. I commenced lining
in. juumuu a luaian oioou nyrnp, ana a snort trial
curca me. x. W. KISINU, Molluo, III.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
, lilooa Hyrop lias t'fioctually cured me of Dyspepsia,
Too much cannot he said In praise of It.
W. B. Wl.M.MKK, Bedford, Mo.
Apents wanted for the sale of ttsu Indian Blood
Syrnp in every town or villuuo, in which 1 have no
aguni. rarucuiars given on application.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT..
Labratory 77 West 3d t N. T. City.
$n ni week in vonr own to
I I free. No risk, every tin
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J V everything Many are
tunes Ladles iniiko as I
a week in vonr own town. 85 outfit
ug new, caul-
Ill furnish vou
are making for
asmuch as men.
and bova and irlrls make front nav
Reader, If you want a biislnyssnt which yon can
make great pay all the time you work, write for par
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Send stamp furtfM
Celebrated Singlo rech-loadinir Shot
Gun, Bt $12 up. Houbln-liarrel ilnwch-loailtirs,
at tw up. Mur.tle and Unm-h-loading Ouns, llilles,
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makes. All kinds of sporting implement and aril
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boat runs vet made for the price,
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7 Piano, upr. VA oct., cabinet gruud lit 00
1 3 Organ, 4 sets reeds, 0 slops & grand organ Ml (10
OS " fl sets reeds, 13 stops, coupler, sub-bass 73 00
Our Planoi aud Oxgbns warr tnted flrat-claas.
2 Violin outfit, box how, airings, complete.... 3 On
8 " cremona model, extra line 0 oo
4 Accordoon, 6koys, bassluix, flnotono 1 00
d " 10 " 1 slop, 3 acts reeds, perfects 00
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna caucert, 24 holes 50
0 " OomiliioKlcliter, 10 holes, (l.S. 24
11 " ' " concert double it hales " I OH
1 t Clarionet, genuine Msrtln, 0 keys, boxwood 5 00
17 Fife, in ebony, German silver ferules 60
10 Music box, 1 tune, crank, lino. 1 10
11) " 8 tunes,, wind with lovor, largo 3,r Oil
ao Violoncello, patunt, machine head, good.. 10 00
ti Double Bass, patent head, 3 or 4 strings., 23 W)
34 Oultar, maplo, much I no head, fine Itnls.. 4 00
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackets 8 00
28 Cornet, brass cornpooou style case i&crooks 9 CO
80 Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented 0 Oil
Gold violin, guitar aud banjo strings 'II, Bros,1 IS
Silver " " " " " " " 10
Steel . " " S
Gut, Russian, German or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction Books, llowo'a or Winners, any
Instrument ,,, 3,1
Having Just made a good trade for 100 Singer
Sewing Machines, will tell t horn for 125 each while
Manoy Is iulto safe In common letter If plainly
Torm itrlctly cash with ordur. Will tako
Agents and dealers send for our40-pajo Catalogno
On above not wholesale paloos agents can make
loo per cent profit.
Call on us whim you como to Hf. Loula.
lte(orcycui; Any bank or wholesale hours to
Hulbcrt Bros, la tha only Gsneral Wholesale
Mniio Homo U 8t. LouU.
' , IIULBBRT BROS,
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m Olive (Kraut, Saint Louis, Mo,
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9. 183S '
For aalo by C. W. HcnileiTOii. Cairo, Illinois.
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Over 2,000,000 Bottles
rll ,hroat' bron,;uitls, asthma,
Balsam of Tolu s
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Sim, "8.,nevt'r.,!(i,en ,? dvntKconly compounded
tt-FUT UP IN QUART SIZE LOTTLFS
I A I I 1 1 1 1 i , ' u"l,uo ,S!VBU. Dy eaer wno try to palm off upon von Rock and Rve In
tiV V Jin K 1 U . . aco of To1"' Hact anri Kye- w,11(-h 19 th) Dlv nieditttted article made
the genuine has a prlvste die proprietary sliimpon each bottle.
The TOLU, BOCK and RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
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Fori nns ! Apints wrltenntclt ! Trrrtti.rv fren.
leiitirely r rw InwtSfKina; article.) out. I'Mpell.
Irg llella for atrolng and all uwtilni s. lnde-
truc.iiiiiu wn i iim atni aiierrei
o Fash Cord ami a perfect DonrHniipg.
1. Colled Wire UcltCo-aJOHuAvo. K. V.
Sr. S. Silsboa's Estorcal PiloRcmsd
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
toll by Prnt'iTietii everywhere. Prlre, 1.0npcr hot
prvywiiiJDyiimil. bamplfS senttw to pljyslel.vns
and ill suffer ts, by P Ncnstucittcr 'o, Hox Smi.
1..W i oi k City, boluiiiaouiouturenof "AuatttUu9
DiflPV Fl'PP for 1HK3, with improved Interest
J'ittlj A A lu tnhlu, calendar, etc. Sunt to any
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles K. Hues, 48 North Delaware avenue,
atifriniin Amhiiiii 4urcneiTi.tnfHini-1
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uliluHln'p; oIleoUeurrNwIiervailotlicrH fall. A j
'rifit cmriiiriM Ar mml tkrjtlitit. VriiV , h. aTMl I
MI.INI.of lirusvlMtHorl.yiniil). Hauiidc HtKKl
nit it mi n i r i it a , mi i hiii. Mine
OLD MEDAl AWARDED
the A iithor. A uw anil iinul UmI
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nr,Snl.'reerrittiin Ixiiiuit in
Jlrwt Krenoli muslin, niunee,!
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tiiins, prira only IHI.J5 sent by
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end nnw.Ailflriwa I'twlui.!. M...I.
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P liyouaro w.utuijjuway Willi Consuiiiiiiion.ilu
Lilpalion or any wenkimt, vou will find Parker'
IGnigcrTonic the greatest Blood Fertilizer and thi
Best Health A StivnethUcstoreryouCau Use
r ... . . a
riw .... .uiiiTriui vt i.i,icia iu
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la by circulation and reputation the acknowledged
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dress. Address W, N. UAU'EMAN,
President CoiirlutsJourut. Co., Loulsvlllu.Ky.
. SS a.!
BbXiiaaii'aiis ti uA'M'jjSSuittili'H
pneumonia, consnmption and all diseases of tha
i always been ono of tho most Important
pons wluldod by the medical faculty ,
aeitlnst the encroachmeuts of Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis. Asthma, Sore Throat, Consump-'
tion in Its Inrlnlnnt and .Hv.nr.ilii.nA. mnA
all dlsesees of ihe throat, chest and runes.
as In tho celebrated Toln, Hock and Rve In ad
FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE 81.005'
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Spruce St., New York, can learn thu exact ent nf
any preposed lino of advertising in American news
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phy tn fonr months, anf oe
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A Y BAR and expenses to agents. Oat
A l I i H free. Address
i. Aanross v
P. O. VICKERY, Angusta, Ue.
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Great chanco to make mon
ey . Those who always take
advantage of the good cban
ces to make money that are
ollered, generally become
w ealthy, while those who do
not improve such chances rumaln tn poverty. We
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us right iu their own localities. Any one can do
tho work properly from tho first start. The bnsl
ness will pay more than ten times ordinary wage.
Expensive outfit furnished free. No onewhoenga
ges fails to maks money rapidly. - Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, oronlyyoar spare
moments. Full Information and all that la needed
sent free. Address Sttnson it Co., Poitland, Maine.
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Messrs. Seabury & J ohnnon, Manuflwstur
lag Chemlats, 21 Piatt St, Now Tor :
Gentlemen :-For tho paat few year wo
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ter. Physicians and tho Public prefer
BMjsmnVftg to all
others. We consider them one of the very
fow reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Bonftfrn'sj Cttpelnw Planter is a srentjins
Porxnaceuttoal product of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail got Ben
son's Oapoins Plaster.
You will be disappointed if you VsUW ;
cheap Plasters, liniments, Pads or Xlso
trical STagnetlo toys.
NllKK KKMKOY AT 1AWT. Priceljeta.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTEI.
To Provide For 1 ' ,
-4 o o r .
Send S S cent itamps for samples of 4 Magaatnes
you will be sure to want for your children. , ,. ,
t'l SO a year. The best, largest and most fully tlltts .
Th baby's own Magaatne, mora charming taaa
Cr oeiore. vnir w rvais a jvmi j
LITTLE FOLKS' LEADER. V
A delightful anrtrettuett Monthly, forpabUeajlA
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