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Entertaining Hor Bi BistflrVBcatv
JJy rtrtor'U tie down In uilnnta, and anya
' you're tn wait, K ymi fipuiM;
And 1 uiIrIU slny till nhu ciiim'.ff I'd prom-
Itio lior nuvor to tenno,
Kor flX'k till toii dMjko to nic flrit. lint Hint a
nonMMii fi unw wonl'l von know
What tho told uietosuy, ir I didn't? Oim'tyou
. nwlly and truly thlnlt nor
"AwHhMi r"' rtnnrt HorwitlnnM Ami
you wouldn't know Just whom to hIU
For tht ormlr Isn't mrunjr on Ha lojrn, and 'we
iii-ver uc it n Mt. - ,
Wo V p it to umti h with tho aafu. But J;ick
i- anya It would ln llko you
To flop yoiirsxlf rl'lit down ipoh It oud knock
out tho wry lull acrow.
'8'poMi you tryl I woii't tell. Von'fo frnli
OJ you'ro afraid they would think It wni
Wol'. thun! thoro'i th nlbttin Unit a prolty, if
j.iur lltiirorj nro oli'un.
Fur slhtor iiii 4 Hoini'tiiiics 1 dmih It; but alio
only anya Urn I when hIiw'h croa.
Tbcro'a liir picture. You know It. It's llko
tor. tint bIiu nlu't m BOoU-looklni, of
'Tbl In mo. It'a tho boot of 'em nil. Now, tell
me, you'd never tmvo thouiriit
That ouco I was little n Hint? It's tho only ono
tout omild be houirlit
Tor that whs tho moMife to jia, from tho pbo-
liLvmnh man whnMi 1 aut
Tiiftt bo wouldn't print oil any uioro till bo got
bis money for Unit.
'Wnnt? JtsybCyou'ietlrodof waitlnij. Why
often ttliu'K longer thtin this.
Tboro'a nil berlmck tinir to do up and all of her
front curls to frln.
But It's nice to ho Hitting here talk In? llko
Brown people, Just you and me.
1)0 you think you'll bo coining hero often? Oh,
dot llut don't como llko Tom Leo.
'Tom Le. Her lntt bonu. Why, my (rood-
licriP! ho used to bo hero day Hnd n 1 u tit.
Till the folks ttioutrht hn'd bo bcr hulmid;
find Jack sh.vs I but jthvo him n frltiif.
Ytm won't run iiwiiy.thoii, us bo Uld?foryuu'ro
not a rich nm n, they my;
Ta says you nro poor m u church mouso. Now,
wo you? And how poor aru tbey?
"Ain't you g-lad that you rrrt me? Well, I nm;
' for 1 know now your hnlr Isn't red,
But what there is left of It's mousy, uwl not
what that naughty Jack said.
But there! I must go. Winter's coining; but I
wish I mm Id wa It, just to io
If ahe ran up to you ami alio kiwi you iu tho
wuv thut sho used to kiss Ltin .'
THE NEW CUEATE.
There was quite a wave of excitement
swept over tho trumiuil villiipjo of Kush
brook when old Mr. (Jlniivillo, the cu
rate, died, ami his successor was appoint
ed byilie lunilist rector of that mid half-a-dozen
. There was but ono objection to tho
1V llllltll kf HIIU LIIUU VIIIJ U J IS
the minds of Iho elder portion of tho
population of Kushbrook he was young,
Landsonie, and unmarried.
Tlie Kcvcrcml Angus Cnrr was, limv
ever, duly inducted, and every Sunday
they liked him better.
Somo of tho girls openly set their caps
for him, and Mrs. Uiblett, lhu butcher' h
wife, wit.li whom bo lodged, declared
herself utterly disgusted with tho trash
they kept sending to his room. He had
worked slippers enough to set up a shop
with, scented handkerchiefs, embroider
ed neckties, chair-tidies, book-marks,
pen-wipers, puioking-cnpa, and cigar
cases (just think of that now), and all
sorta of useless trumpery, which camo
almost daily, until Mrs."Uiblett threat
ened to banish every rag of it to the gar
ret. And Mr. Carr laughed and told herbo
wished she would.
Prettv Mav 1'aivell. who nliucd tho
organ ami led the choir, never :wnt any
thing; but she was always in her place
.at church, and seemed so attentive, that
Mr. Carr soon grow to liko to seo tho
sweet brown eyes raised so earnestly to
his, and to watch for tho modest, trim
littlo figure as it tripped into church, in
' a way which would have been very ex
asperating to Miss Carolina Foljaiubo,
had she known it.
MisS Foljanibo was the daughter of
tho richest member, and she luid made
up her mind to become Mrs. Carr, with
out any doubly on the subject.
' It was she, of course, who got up tho
filiVtcprmt mn fur n linnilunmn Iwwtlr nnu.i
intended as a New Year's gift to Mr.
Carr. There was none in his room ho
needed ono cerlaiuly, and so Miss Fol
jambe took tho nfl'aii' in her owu pretty
May had not the money with her when
Miss Foljambe mentioned the subscrip
tion to her.
, She had already purchased, from her
own small allowance of pocket-money,
n few gifts for iter own dear ones at
homo, and bad but a few shillings left.
That she needed for the jiurehase of a
new Winter bonnet, but perhaps her
father could spare some.
v At breakfast, next morning, eho pre
sented her request. Mr. Fanvll took
out his pocket-book and gave her u
couple or sovereigns.
"It's all I can possibly spare just now,
my dear," ho said.
. "It is quite enough, papa, dear. A
thousand thanks," said May, and added
a kiss as she took tho gold, greatly
pleased that she could afford to give so
After dinner she tripped round to Miss
Foljambe s to give her tho money.
When sho was admitted she found
Alieo Wynne, a poor girl who sowed for
Miss roljatnbe, and who supporteu an
invalid mother, there before her.
"Why, surely, she hasn't asked Alieo
.Wynne to subscribe?" thought May.
Jiut she soon found out that Alice's er
rand was quite different.
"I suppose I owe you about 5," said
Miss Foljambe to Alieo.
"Yes, ma'ain, that is it,' said Alice.
"Well, I can't pay it to-dny. You can
call next week."
Alice's faeo paled, and her lips quiv
.rredwith deep disappointment. "Oh
Miss Foljambe'" uho ventured, "if vou
' could please pay apart, anyhow. 1'vo
been trying so hard to savo enough to
buy an easy-chair for my mother, so
that she could sit up sometimes. I've
done without almost everything, so as
to give it to her for a New Year's pres
ent, i cannot unless you pay mo.
, "Oh; well, I can't to-day,,r said Miss
Foljambe. "I really want all I have to
fet Mr. Carr's bookcase, this afternoon.
oh cat. come again next week. You
aee," she said, turning to May, as Alice
wont out, trying to keen her tears back,
you see, Miss I arrell, I' m goings to tako
all I have collected, and buy Uio caso
this afternoon. Do go with me, and help
aelect the bookcase, won't vou?"
"Thank you, I cannot,"" said Mav,
tkrino not to show her indiirnmlnn.
(Milled to tell VOtL that I have chanc'cil
my mind, and cannot contribute, f uu
will have to tyteuso me."
'OJi, certainly, If you wish it," suhl
,! I... ....1.11.. . . ...
jhum roijuiiiuti, uuiuiy. --uir. rr win
aoon know who Ids friends ore, he add-
'L" , v. i. ;r. a - ;
"Then he will know that I am one,"
said May. "Hut 1 cannot aid you this
"Just as you 'please," said Miss Fol
Jambo, aiiNweriujj May's good-bye with
a cool nod. '
Ouco in tho street, May's eyes and
cheeks showed her contempt. .. "Tho
honi'tless girl!" sho pried. "How could
she bear Alice's pleading face? Let lue
sec-wonld fifly shillings get a good
tihalr? res -I think it would. 'Til try"
Jt, I believe! 1 can re-trim my old bou
nct, and muko it lat a little longer."
And that name afternoon May went
over to tho neighboring town, where sho
botight a very nice invalid's chair, with
a reclln'inir back, wrote tho nanioof Mrs.
Wynne upon tho curd attached to it and
had it sent home, and though sho had
not helped to buy the book'case, ami had
b wear her old bonnet, May went homo
a happy girl.
She was abmo that evening jrhen ft
ring came utlho door, ami the heard
Mr.. Carr's voice ask for her.
"He must want m for somo choir
businessj or ho would ask for papa, as
usual," sho thought, as sho rose to greet
him, and a litllu wish ran through her
mind that ho .might not know sho had
refused to help get his New Year's gift.
But ho would! Trust Caroline Fol-
'jambo to tell that! Perhaps he knew it
nlreaily! And mat inougni mane juay a
littlo constrained iu her greeting.
But Mr. Carr was very cordial, and ho
had not como on choir business, for pres
ently ho said
"Miss May, I was asked to bo the
bearer of a nqto to you to-night. HertJ
Ho drew a small envelope from bin
breast-pocket, and gave it to May. Sua
opened it, nnd read a fervent littlo mes
sage of gratitude and thanks from Alice
All flushed and confused, May looked
up, to meet the dark eyes of tho young
curate lixed upon her.
"You see, wo found you out between
us!" he said, smiling.
"I-1 don't know who told it!" stam
"Let me explain. I was at Dr. Fol
jambe' s when you called to-day. Walt
inir in the library to see Dr. Foljanibo,
the doors were open, and I could not
help hearing all that passed. After I left
the doctor's and attended to one or two
matters, I went to Widow Wynne's, In
tending to mako a call, and repair tho
damage Miss Foljambe had caused. But,
to my surprise, I found something had
forestalled me tho beautiful chair was
there already, and tho willow's delight
was worth seems, I assure you!"
"But, how did yon know P" began May,
and stopped, blushing deeply.
"I guessed instantly," admitted Mr.
Carr, smiling. .
"I am sure, Miss May, if you had been
there, yon would have felt repaid for
"I was repaid anyhow," averred May
"in knowing how pleased Alieo would
be. I thank you for bringing her note."
"And so you would not help Miss
.Foljanibo to buy a New Year's present
for me!1" queried Mr. Carr. suddenly.
May colored violently, and looking up,
saw that Mr. Carr's hps were biniling
and his eyes mischievous.
"But you know why, now," she falt
ered. "Yes. Still I nm not satisfied. I shall
not prize the gift, May, unless you givo
me one, too. Will you? May I ask for
what 1 want?"
"If you like," tremulously.
"This (hen both of them," ho took
first one hand, then the other, and held
them fast prisoners. "I don't fear tho
future with a girl who shows such a true,
good heart as you do."
May's answer was too low for us to
hear, but it must have been "Yes," for
a few months later there was a wedding
at Rushbrook parish church, and May
and Angus Carr were tho brido and
The Ages Eeforo Ice.
What was done before ice came into
use. In Oriental countries tho devices
were few and simple. A low tempera
ture was attained by tho evaporation of
water through porous jars, the articles
to be cooled being placed inside. The
waters of deep wells were eagerly sought
for, and tiro to-day as much in' demand
as they were in the time of Christ. Aside
from these, there is but little comfort in
tropical countries where ico is yet un
known; and t he pious Mussulman resigns
himself to fato with much more philoso
phy than a Christian shows under tho
same circumstances. Here, even at tho
present tiny, in many parts of the coun
try, the cust mis of our forefathers arc
followed. Articles to bo preserved aro
suspended half way down tho wells, or
collars are dug deep enough, with tho
aid of thick stone walls, to defy tho heat,
When once a mountain stream can be
diverted to supply tho house and dairy,
ice can be dispensed with; but tit tho
present time, the large cities would bo
almost as deserted and patile-stricken,
should ice disappear, as they would with
a failure of water. Ice Is the glory of
the summer; it Is January pitted against
hilv: an emdlihrium of nature establish
ed by tho genius, labor and foresight of
Mothers and nurses cannot bo too
careful about tho soaps they use on tho
littlo ones. Few but jilivsieians know
how many of tho so-called skin diseases
among children are caused by the use of
adulterated soap. An analysis of several
cakes of tho pretty and perfumed toilet
Soaps that are sold on the st reets showed
tho presence -oi soluulo glass, ground
irlass, silex, pipe clay, rotten stone, bo
rax, piaster if l'aris, tin crystal, niagno
sia, pumice stone, out nii'al and olher
suhslaiiees, wiilen nre added to nvo tho
soap weight, hardness, toughness or
clearness. The common colorings aro
vermilion, Venetian red and carmine,
ultramarine green, pot-pigment green;
copperas, Spanish brown,' ultraniarlno
blues, yellow and scarlet aiiilineu and
burnt umber. Many of, tho perfuming
ingredients, tiiougn Harmless m thorn
selves, become chemically poisonous by
admixture. Adding tho dangers from
nil these to tho rancid, diseased, putrid
qualities of the grease used, and mothers
may well bo appalled at Iho permanent
evils these neat looking, delicately scent
ed bloeks of toilet soap contaiii ready
to bn released whenever moistened null
applied to tho baby's body.
CAIRO T.UM.KTIK: BATUKDAY MORNING APRIL
Prophylactic Fluid !
f SMALL l'OX, ,
Hick ronton pii ruled and
Kfviircu and lk por
mm relieved mi ' ru
frtHnoil liv I'litlilntf
l ltilil l(!etl to Iho
Soft while comnlAxlon
ai'Ciirud by lta turn In
Impure bi r mud bnrm
lem and purified liy
Klulil h limit.
To' purify tho breath,
cltiftiipu thu teeth, it
raii'l he iirpnnud.
Calnrrli rvlluyud and
Hum ielluvcdlntf ntly.
Kern nvus nil unpleasant
L' leers piirillud and lmul
(id. ' (liiiiumiio pre
vented ami cured.
Wound hciiled rapidly.
Wcurvy cured In uliurt
Toiler dried up.
It In perfec'ly liiirmli'M.
Ker core threat It 1
l llUli:IIMll' tlplilUli.
tthip lever provonted liy
III ciiee of dusth In tliu
Iioiihu, It Klinttlil a)-
way Vio niMl About
; the ciTpno it will
pruvom iiuy uiipleH.
tint fiiiL'll. Au mill
' duln lor nln ul or vug-
etuble poison, Hii(;h,
UiinRermiH effluvia of
tick room and horpit
III ri moved by ll iihh
Yellow fevur erudliatod.
In fact It I ttc grcnt
Disinfectant and Purifier.
ManufacttirlnKClicmiBt, SOLE rKOriUKTOHS.
Owing to popular idea that a remedy ald to
cure u varieiy oi niHiBiiie kiiouio 'b ireaicii wnn
cnullon. If not u-plclon, the inventor hi'fitatcd
joruj time In plui ln; it hforB the public: but from
tho urmiMnif nuance bv a sreat Lumber of thu
rnre vttnUzini! nd hcnllh renewing prnpcrtle of
hi" prepamtlun ol 11v ,i.hi" IH1( , under a vane
ty of clrruiiiHiaiici' h I tqumly vatifdud ihnt
ti..eo ( fleet nre ncnired bv it iiki1, that ll acton
I peculiar to hi prepiirHtlon. and Ihnt ('onump
lion In not o. 1 1 y cumlile, but, up to a certain Htui."',
I a encily coutrolled in most other organic ells
cant. Whllo It I the aim f the Inventor to convey In
furmiitlon tonurb a require li s Hvpnphnspblle,
It in In. firm belief that It umi will bu vulnable to
nil who desire a lonij llfu or who are tni(.'i;linK lur
health. With a fiiltn bared upon the experience of
twelvii yeiir. he would not depnlr of restoring a
paUeiitf.unerli.fr from the above named (liaeaie,
even though reduced to a verv low 6 tutu and nut
Complicated by octinil organic Inn.
Flni', Shell . May 10th. 18RI.
Pour Sir: Allow mo to y that I enteein your
"Ilypot hophitea" inoct hliihly, rnd for those en
Rai cd in profelors which draw largely on the
uervou vntctn It IB invHlvahlu. I have, lined ttuiy
elf w it'n the innKl mitlntac. ory ri'u ti and have in
troduced It to a larirc nnnibw of mv peoiila.
l(F.VKIiKM) It. W. 1IAIKR,
I'ator bt. Mlclinul' Ciithullc Church.
For Salu by all Drtiur;!iltj.
Pain Cannot Stav Wheic
It Is Used.
libticinatl'iii I cured by
THOMAS' KCLECTRIC OIL.
A lame back of eight year atandliig wa poatllve
ly cured by 50 ceni wurt h of
TAOMA8' ECI.KCTRIC OIL
Common lore throat I cured with one do e of
THOMAb' ECLECTK1C OIL.
Cough and cold areenred by
THOMAo' KCLECTRIC OIL.
All throat and lung dlcaee are cured by
TUOMAS' BCLECTIUC OIL.
Atthnia la cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Durna and frott tile are relieved at once by
THOMAS' KCLtCTlllC OIL,
Always p;ives sntisfnetion.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere
rrico 50c. and 1
VOSTEE, MlLHUJtN & CO., Frop'ro.
linfTalo. y. Y.
State of Illlnnl. I
. Circuit conrt of Alexan-
C'ouuiv of Alexander . i cli-r cntiulv.
DecemlierMpeelnl I'etin, A. D. lsHl.
Jainvi il. Alulcuhey,
Ambroie Klklne, Duliihit Ellona and George
BUI In Chancery to I'orec'oip Murtuago.
Public nollce I hereby given, 1 1tnt , In piiMianro
of a decree iiinde and entered by mid cmirt la
the ubovu eitiitled ciiupe, oil the hi ll day of Decern
tmr. A. 1). 1S8I, I Alexander JI. Irviu, miner In
chancery of the raid circuit cmirl will,
ou Tueidav, ibo nicoiul day of May 1KSJ, it the
hour of II o'clock Iu the lumnoon, at Hie oiilh
wuKtcrly di or of the court Iioiihc, In iho rliy of
Cairn, county of Alexander and Ktate of lliinn,
vll at public Hllclion, to thu hlehei-t Milder, fur
cah, nil timl amgnliir, the folio lug deHcril vil
prenilne and reiil emalejn uld decree nieml'ineil,
flluatc In the county of Alexander ami Ptntn of
IIIiiioIk, or no much thereof a Mrnll be minwieiil to
pHlcfv nld decree, to-wlt: l'urt of the ihiiiiU
halfof thu aoribncrl qnii'lcr of fctlnn Flvcim in
townalilp sixl on (I'lj aotilli, iitidln rnr.gnTwii (4)
wiut of of tun third principle iimrnl an c.onn.lnlng
forty-Ave and fllty, one hiimltedlh acre, mure or
AI.HX. II. IKV1N',
Mater In Chnncory of the Circuit ('unit el Alei-
DatijuT. LifisDAB, Coniptitluant Solicitor
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Jnilepetifleiit in all
DELIVERED BY CARRIER, 25 CENTS I'EH WEEK.
?13.00 TER YEAR, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT IB' PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, fi.oO I'EU MONTH,
$10.00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
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PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
TYi JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS,
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
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Matter and !Local
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8 VM VUITA KCRVI.VR
OiroJ my llitiu ulrl tit (In. Bhe wiu KUn rti-af n1
dmiiii. Inn It ciiruil h, r bin' can nnw talk ami li'nr m
wcllMiuiyiiuily. i'lrn llo. bprliiKwnicr, Win.
N A MA RITA KEUYI.VE
Hcl btiutlie mtBiiii of nirlnn my wlfoof rhi'iimntlim.
J. U KLtrciiKK, FurtCiilllun, Col.
Made Hiiro cure of n ca nf fin funny inn.
. U. lUi.l.. HUinulk, Kx
NAM. Ill IT AN' XrilVINE
Cured nit of vtrtlgn m iir iiirla nn 1 itrlc h'laf h?.
. Mk. V)4. lUsauK. Aurunt, 111.
NAM A It IT AX XEItVIVE
Wo the nifam of curlrK mjr wlfv of irwinn.
Ituv, J, A. Kin lKavcr. Vu
t'nreit m nt iilim. afu r .fieriilin oyt 3 ffl with
Oilier iluclur.. 8. II llDUnoii. ew A:in, I111L
ESittually cured me of kruimj.
Ml JlXM! Wmi!lf,
7K) Wcit Vnu Ilun-n St. Cliitanu. IIL
Cnrod our rtilM of fl'n ufi r Blven op lo 4I tijr our
fauiily iiliynlclan. It h.ivlim.vi r ii In It Uniif
Uk-.Ui' Hxr.H. Vcr.llla, Warrrn Co., Teoa.
Cured me of tcnfuis aft.'ruufTi rtm for '.ifht jnr.
Ai.iurr blxPKiK, I'eona, IU,
Cuivit my ion of flit, afi'T aiwiull'iic R. i with nlhcr
dcsnuri. J. W. TiionxTiiM. Clalrxira, Ulia.
Coril mo pf nnnnTi'Iy nf rptl. pilc flu nf a itnMvini
ctntraair. Uiv. W. MiiriM.VIecbaulciiown,Md.
Cured iry ton nf flu. nficr havlnn had 1 3.0 In iMghtefB
DJOUllU. 51m. E. Kuo..l, M I'ottdaui, K. If.
fAM AKtTAX NEHVIXE
Cured mo of vpll- ?r nf nine T' art" Handing.
Gr.intiy. NewionCa., Mo.
rim ncrmant'iitly cun-,1 m,' nf flkpy of many ypar
dunt.lun. J icni) scmit, M. Jotcpli, Mo
HAM A niTA.V XEIIVIXE
Cured me of oroucliltu. ihmt md rn'i-il d h'll'r.
ilLimu Mima, Imninii. Ohio.
IT rnrod nm of auliim; a rnful nf many r an
i'a:;dil,ji. !(; Jewii.l. I ovliirftuu, K.
Cun' ImiMif nm. Jlav.: In on wi ll f,.r ovirfmir ?'.
CiuuLiaK. Ci-rtia. Onskfa. I'iiigla Co. Mii.n.
NAM A KIT AM XEJIVIXE
Curud a frl nJ of nuiiu wn i hd u-ni on very t,'l!y.
, MrtciiAKLO'C'iMNua. K:ilKar, Pi.
Flat i'rai.un.ii!Iy ror I mi. uf riH.-jxIo n;
OAViiiTKMHi.r, I). .M if i, low.
Cund my uil of . jiil i- uf r. yt i.in.llns.
Hksuv Clahk KalrSvll, M!c!l
Cund injr Klluof a uitv.mhii-.,.; ,,f i, ,4,
E. UsaMav. Nnriti II ., Ta.
Cun-d my ou of fl;a. Ik-linnm ha.i a nt fur about
fuurjmra. Jmis Iavi,
Woodliuni Mai-.iu.ila Co., IIL
SAMARITAN NEK VINE
IS FOR HALE
BY ATjTj DUUGaiSTS
(lr may I had dlr-rt from 11a. fnr fch-r Intorma
tin:: 111,'lnai' aiam ifnr nnr lilmiriKiJ J iumal Kilcg
evlJciicca of u a. Ad'ln.aa
1)11. H. A. RI IIMOTH A CO.,
V.'orld'l Eplliptle Inilltule,
8T. JOSEPH, MO
IVrrtsons Why they ore Vrrrerr4 to All
Other Voroui Tlaslcrs or Internal
IVmiaiim they prwreM all tho morlt Of tha
(truiiKtlicnlnn porouK )luler, arid contuln in d
U linii tliert'to tha nwly ilincovi-reil jiowerful and
nctive vei;i'tati'.B I'miibiiiution which Beta with in
crcnid 1 iilwr-iciiMit, ptliuulntiug, evdutWo aud
couutor lrrititut cltecla.
r.i'rgurftthcy nre n genuine pliarmtccutlcalprep
aratiuu, and ro iccoi;iiir.ed by tlio profewiou.
71-cnuiio thoy nro tho only plattera that relleva ,
ftiu at ouco.
Iti-enuno tlicy will pwitlvuly cure lbeao which
Othur rciucdici will iiot evun roliove,
nornu over COflO p!ij s!:i:idk and dmRglf ta bate
roluuliirily hiBtlt'.cd Hint thry aro aupurlor to ail
other iilna'tcra or luediclnca for external uee,
Bswb tlm miiiiufftcturora liavo wcolved th
r.nly luodaU over giveu fur poroui plasters.
SEARURY A JOHNSON.
hVn F. HK'iliI) VA'i' LAST. Prh SUv
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASIf t
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Tho Orcnt Eun
llch nmidy. An
iliifutllnif cnr for
.1 Hi'iiiiiiai eiii.nrH
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riuriiini' 1 1 iu:. wu
poioin'v r.id nil
illr.i.-('B thllt IDloW
1. a A riiiiiutico
of "olf-iiliiiKi"; 'R'A'tj
(iimnca. orvi'iion, pri'innturo old aj;o, d tniitiy
Ktliur (llnfiiiiua that lead to luaatiltv, CotlHllinptioo
or a 'rii (HtiHturv I'mve.
irT Full fiirt Iculnrs In our pamphlet, whlrh wa
doKlan toaond free hv mull to pvervono. VTlio
HpeciilcModlrlno In anld hvnll drnji(lMt at (I por
pncKhiiis or lx pnckaKiia for or will be aunt fioa
liv mallou njcoipt of the mnnov, liv luUlroMlritt,
. T1IR GKAY MKDIC1NR CO.,
Bold la Cairo brPsa. . Bchnli. l",iLC' A ' '