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Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Liver" and Kid
ney DUeasee. !!&,. bottles sold on Its merits,
without advertising, in seven years. If bilious,
languid, and your amhitlon Is cone, life is gloom v.
Try one bottle. It will convince yon of its superi
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mors of the Skin or blood, mini whatever canoe,
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' As house-plants cannot flourish with
out snushine, go children cannot thrive
and be happy without love. Ilow radi
ant aro their bright face. as they resjKind
to tones and words of affection from tho
lips of their parents! Little they know of
the deep solicitude, of the constautcare
exercised toward them; but they do ful
ly understand and appreciate protesta
tions of love and tenderness. Why should
wo bo chary of these, when they cost
ouly spoaking? "I know now," said a
lady not long ugo, "that my mother
loved me tenderly, but during all my
childhood I doubted it.
"If I were really dear to her, 1 tiie
rled, why did she never tell mc so? Why
did she never caress me, and assure me
of her love? Sho thought her actions
spoke loudly enough' without words. I
could not read her actions then as lean
now, and how I longed to hear her call
me loving names, and tohavo her wrap
mo in tho sweet embrace of her strong
mother love." Many a little heart aches
Just as this lady's did, and can be made
iBppier by the spontaneous utterauces
of maternal affection than by beads, or
dolls, lino clothes, or costly toys.
Children who grow up in this constant
atmosphere of lovo are rarely mischiev
ous, never vicious. The mightiest of all
agoneies to lead tho young in paths of
virtue is in the hands of parents, and to
command this agency they need but
give expression to the natural overflow
of their hearts.
Children, to be happy, need encour
agement and praise. It is not enough
that they escape censure. Negatives aro
always cold and blank. Our little ones
want warm, positive approval when
they have done right. Thus they will
bo made to feel that the paths of wisdom
aro paths of pleasantness and peace.
Charlotte Cuahiuau's Intrepid Spirit.
Tlie following anecdote illustrates
Miss Cushman's decision and nerve. At
the National Theater, Huston, (luring the
season of 18ol-'i2, as she was playing
lioineo to the Julkl of Miss Anderton.iu
the midst of one of tho most romantic
passages between tho lovers, some per
son iu the house sneezed in such a man
ner aa to attract tho attention of tho
whole audience, und every one knew
that tho sneeze was artificial and deris
ive. Miss Cushmau instantly stopped
the dialogue, and led Miss Andertou off
tie stage, as a cavalier might lead a
tady from a place where an insult had
been offered her. tho then returned to
the footlights and said in a clear, firm
voice: 'Somo man must put that person
out or I shall be obliged to do it my
elf." The fellow was taken away; the
wdlenco rose en masse and gave three
Cheers for Miss Cushman, who recalled
her companion, and proceeded with the
play as if nothing hud happened.
The Way to Keep It.
The Bible that has been in tho United
States Senate for many years, says
Peck's Sun, has boen stolen. It is not
known whether it was stolen under tbo
presont or a previous administration, as
nobody has paid any attention to tho
Bible for years, but tno other day some
body wanted to look at it us authority
on the question as to how many wives
King Solomon had, to use in h" speech
on the Mormon question, and tho good
book had been stolen. Tho Question,
"Are wo becoming a nation of thieves,"
begins to tako on new interest. The
SoniUc should get a new Uible, with a
time lock, and chuin it up. and let only
one man have the combination, and then
lock him up.
Mistaken for Consumption.
We have kuown ptrsoug to doctor for
foara for consumption, all to no effect.
Though they hud a cough, M pain in the
lungs, were depressed, weak, with many
other symptoms tending to that dim-ttHc,yct
there was no structual unsoundness ot the
lungs. These symptoms were all the pain
ful offsprings ot a torpid and diseased liver.
W could fill a volume with testimonials of
thousands so affected, who were perma
nently cured by taking tiimuiou Liver
The verdicts of Juries pass all undor
Btantliiifr. Wo reniombur, tho famous
verdict of u Welsh jury: "Not guilty
but we rowmimeiul liim not to do it
again." Mackenzie relates that an
English Jury, not very bright, having a
prisoner before them charged with bur
glary, and being unwilling to convict
Kim capitally, ua no personal violenco
accompanied the robbery, gavo tho vcr
diet: 'Guilty of getting out of tho win
ilow." Ho adds that tho most original
wart that of an Irish jury beforo whom a
prisoner pleaded guilty, throwing him
self 011 tho mercy of tho court. Tho
verdict was: "Not guilty." Thojudgo,
in surprise, exclaimed: "Why, ho has
coufeved his crime!" Tho foreman
responded: "Ah, my lord, you do not
know that fellow, but ire do. Ho is
the most notorious liar in tho whole
country, and no twelve men who know
his character can believe a word that
he says." And as tho jurors adhorcd
to their verdict, the "liar" escaped. A
remarkable verdict was ouoe given by a
New York jury. The cao was that of
a young woman who was heartlessly de
serted by her husband, a butcher. She
finally discovered hira at a Slaughter
house talking to a woman, Who wore at
the moment what fho recognized as her
own best dress, which she had bought
with her ow n earninc before marriage,
lie refused to talk with her. Tho next
morning he was seen to take a proffered
cake from the hands of a young woman,
divide it with some companions, and in
a few hours was dead, his companions
being taken very sick, but surviving.
.The police, investigating the matter,
found that the deceased had three wives,
or rather three women supposed them
selves his wives. All threo were arrest
ed, but two were speedily released, as
our heroino admitted that she had done
the busincas. Tuo case for tho defense
was weak, but only after a few minutes'
absence tho jury returned with a ver
dict of not guilty. The prisoner's coun
sel asked one, of the jurors on what
ground she had been acquitted. "It
served him right," was the answer
Evidently these men believed in poeti
For The Bulletin:
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETTER NO. XV.
When asthma ruptures the air-cells it is
called Emphysema. Fortunately the part
of the lung affected in this way is usually
small, though sometimes the whole of a
lung becomes permanently distended or
disorganized. Persons suffering from
Emphysema can not lie down with ease,
because the breathing is almost wholly ab
dominal, and in the recumbent position
the stomach, spleen, and liver press against
the diaphragm or floor of the chest, and re
strain the freedom of its movements. For
tho Bauic reason a full stormch, cither from
a hearty meal or wind, always adds greatly
to the difficulty of breathing. The expec
toration is frothy, and jwhen collected in a
cup looks like gum-water or slippery-elm
tea covered with fosm. Tho most common
cause of Emphysema is dry bronchitis. The
viscid mucus secreted in that disease is
often found adhering to the sides of the air
tubes in such a manner as to form a kind
of valve, which offers less'resistance to the
entrance of the air than to its expulsion.
The air rushes in and finds its way to the
air-cells with but littlo difficulty, but when
it is to bo expelled tho obstruction is so
great as to require a forced effort to effect
it. This labored expiration would of itself
gradually bring about tho dilation of tho
air-cells; but it is probable that this effect
is greatly hastened by part of the air re
maining imprisoned after each expiration,
till tho air-cells are blown up and ruptured
or remain permanently distended. That
you may understand this, suppose we have
six little India-rubber bags attached by
short tubular stems to a larger tube that six
cubic inches of air will just Gil. Now,
when tilled they bear sorao resemblance to
a cluster of air-cells in the lungs. If we
force six cubic inches of air into them and
expel live, and continue to do this, in
Bhort time they will have swelled up to
two or three times their former size, and in
the end will burst and be destroyed. This
is a mechanical illustration of what takes
placo in the lungs in most cases of Emphy
oema. This form of asthma often ends in
Humoral Asthma is another form of this
disease, arising from the very opposite con
dition to thati I have described under tho
bead of dry asthma. Instead of tho secre
tion being small in amount, thick, and
sticky, it in thin and watery, and flows in
large quantities, l ao attacks como on as
a common cold, with stuffing in tho noBC
followed by great want of breath .wheezing
in the chest and expectorations, amounting
often to one or two pints of a thin, glairy
secretion, which looks likotho whito of raw
egs when beaten into froth. Humoral
asthma bears the same relation to Humid
Bronchitis that Dry Asthma does to Dry
Bronchitis. Both forms of asthma are
caused by corresponding varieties of bron
chitis. Humoral Asthma is most common
; .. i i , . i ...
m out puopie; out it occurs at every ago
of life. In tho intervals between tho attacks
there is usually somo cough and cxpoetora
tion, with a strong liability to become
wheezy from every slight exertion and ex
ta audition to these there are several
other forms of asthma which wo intended
to describe, but find that our limit will not
permit. Still there are a few facts we have
overlooked, to which wo will briefly refer
before proceeding to Bpcak of treatment,
The recurrences of paroxysms of asthma
are extremely various. In some we have
single fit, and whun this over, the disowe
ceases indefinitely. Sometimes two or
three attacks will occur night after night,
and then pass off for weeks and months.
Again, they occur with tho regularity of in
Tho paroxysms of Hay Asthma occur
only once a year, but tho regularity ot their
return is accomplished with almost the pre
cision of tlock work. Many Biifferers can
not only tell the day iu July, August, or
September when their affliction will begin,
but the very hour, ami make their prepar
ations accordingly. They can not tell.how
ever, with like precision, whon thoir suffer
ing will cease; though they hope for relief
when tho first hoar frost appears.
There are throo conditions of tho atmos
phere which iuduco asthma: 1. Its elec
trical state; 3. Foreign matter, and o.
Tho thermal condition, Tho immediate
cuuse of asthma, as already stited, is a mor
bid sensibility of tho pulmonary nerves
permeating thu membrane lining tho air
tubes and air-cells. There is a great deal
f difference in tho influenco produced
upon different persons by the same cause.
Hence it is that somo asthmatics breathe
best in the smoky atmosphere of a city,
while others can uot pass a single night in
it without tho unwelcome companionship
of a paroxysm. Some aro comfortable only
on grounds surrounding a marsh, while
others sleep placidly in tho pure air on a
mountain range. Somo persons can sleep
in one Btreet of a town, but not in another:
and on one side of a street, but not on tho
opposite : and even in tho back room of a
house but not In the front.
Treatment. Tho hitherto abortive
efforts to treat asthma Buccessut'ully have
produced a profouud public convictior
that the malady is incurable. Physicians
almost universally regard it in that light,
and patients have long since ceased to ex
pect more than palliation of their sufferings.
This Btate of the popular mind is, in itself,
the strongest testimi ny that can be offered
against the truth of those principles of prac
tice which have hitherto directed tho ad
ministration of medicine. If any good is
really to be effected by meJiciues, it must
be in some radical change in tho manner of
using them. The treatment pursued for
ages has been one continuous round of ex
periments through the same channel the
stomach. There is scarce any article in
the Materia Medica which has not, atone
time or another, been tried as a remedy for
asthma, and yet, from each and all, failure
and disappointment have been the only re
turns. Why is this? We can find no sufficient
reason in either the cause, the pathology,
ortheprogress of asthma. A disease may
spring from so deeply rooted a vice in the
system, or depend on such extensive dis
organization, or be so rapid in its progress,
as to place at defiance tho most efficient
remedies. But we have here a disease
most simple in its origin and in the changes
to which it gives riBe, and remarkable for
tho slowness of its progress. What is
asthma? An affection of tho air-tubes and
air-cells, arising from a morbid sensibility
of the pulmonary nerves. It conies from a
local cause, and is maintained by a local
condition. If wo investigate its nature
more closely, pathological anatomy only
confirms this opinion. In cases of very
aggravated character, every organ in the
body is found healthy. In caso we find
morbid irritability of the lungs; in a sec
ond, thickening of the mucous membrane;
in a third, ulceration of this membrane; in
a iourth, tho expansion of tho air tubes and
cells into hags or pouches; while in a fifth,
the air-cells are ruptured, and more or less
destroyed. But there ie nothing in the
origin of asthma that could not have been
controlled and thus prevented all these bad
results. It comes from such causes as pro
duce our simplest colds or severe inflam
mations. It progresses slowly, and for a
long time the general health continues
tolerably good far better, in fact, than is
usual in other serious local affections.
Reasoning, a priori, we should expect to
find asthma one of the most curable dis
eases; yet, strange to Bay, nothing has hi
therto been done to prove it such. loac
count for this result, thoro must bo some
great fallacy in tho treatment, which wo
conceive to bo in tho practico of swallow
ing medicino in tho Btomach instead of in
haling tho remedy direct into tho lungs.
N. B. Wolfe, M. I).
HO Smith St., Cincinnat, O.
Dr. Wolf may be consulted by letter free
of charge, by any one suffering with dis
caso of the nose, throat or lungs. Address
above. Office consultation free.
Thursday Evening, Juno 1, 1882.
Tho weather is clear and growing warm
er since the heavy rain of yesterday.
The river is on the rlso again, but will
not coaio up much aud will soon get down
to tho regular summer gauge.
Business is moderately active and trans
actions, in somo cases, have been large for
FLOUR-Rather quiet. Stocks of XXX
choice and fancy are light and wanted, and
sales can bo mado at current prices but
buyers will not go higher. Low grades
HAY We note a good feeling in tho
marKoi ano scarcity of choico grades.
CORN-Tho market is, at present, a lit
tie weak, but the conditiou of other mark
ets will have a tendency to strengthen
OATS Steady at quotations and in
HUAN Plenty and easy.
BUTTE It-Dull and quiet. The do
mand is small and prices aro unchanged.
EGGS The market continues active and
receipts aro all taken on arrival.
CHICKENS Tho market is easy and
well supplied. Prices unchanged.
FRUIT Scarce; prices high and firm;
POTATOES -Very scarce; and fancy
prices are demanded and obtained.
S;ilos and Quotations.
NOTB.-Thu jirli'od here given are for sales from
ftret bauds lu round lots. An advance la
chamud for broken lolsin Dillnit orders.
in) Various umdos, ou orders.. t S VW 5'
Wbhls patent....... 7 0010,7
i hols choir 6
Ik) bbls. Fancy 0 M
:(0bbls. Choice o t00 tfo
3 cars choice timothy.,
i cars choice timothy.,
10 cars choice mixed, in bulk on track ?S
3 car choice whlto lu bulk
Ucars mixed.... - M
10 cars white in bulk to arrive S3
S cars choice tn balk on track ?
A fur miVHll 111 bulk
2 cars mixed iu sack del
No. 'i Bed, tier hu
No. 4 Mcdileraueau
71 bbls City.
.4 0U&4 1"
Wi) bbls City.
Hon net lots
1 cur in bulk ou track
GOiponnds strictly choice Northern.
Sou pounds Southern Illinois
pounds choice northern packed
' po'incis i;l!tdt;cd packed
pun u dp Southern Illinois.....
live choice 9 U3U 0U
Scoops mixed and hens.
2 7.VS-1 25
3 i3 25
coop chow heus.,
5 coops mixed.
40 canes strawberries, as In quality 3 50 tn4 01
30 canes choice strawberries 4 0'"&j 0'
Michigan peach blows, per bush 1 sn
" I'eachblowa per bbl 4 IX&l M
ew potatoes per ddi
Per bbl -
8. C. Hams
Clear sides ,
St. Johns I'. 5",
Ohio Klver 1 40
2Vi bushel burlaps.
bushel " ,
Oranges, choico per boz.
Lcinuua choice per box..
,...4 OivJM SI
...3 7&itl 5"
Peaches, halvos and quarters 5tt
Appius, bright ' 0j,7
Choice, Factory Wa,i)
Calf, Orenn in
ury flint choice !5apj
Oreim Salt MrA
Sheep Pelts, dry Pt47
Sheep Pelts, .reon 50100
Common Lugs j 754 i
UUOU 111 KM 3 j(K(J 4
owLeaf 4 7m r
Medium Leaf 5 ji(j n fn
Oo'4Leaf. g "joj 8 uf
RATES OK FHBIOUT.
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Helena, Ark 17'
In tho cure of severe coughs, weak lunss
spitting of blood, and the early stages of
consumption, Lr. i'ierco'8 "Uolden Modi
cal Discovery" has aBtonishod the medical
faculty. While it cures the severest coul'Iir.
it strengthens tho system and purifieB tho
a t 1 1 1 1 .
uioou. uy druggists. ; .
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in The uullktin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, long time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
titty to sixty-two dollars per month
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings a throo story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a frontage of SO
feet on Washington avenuo and 160 feet on
13th street. If desired the machinery, en
giuo, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
CliillH and F'vcr.
MmmmiA 1,'ver Itc-Kit-l;uor
soon breaks the
noils ami tarries the
ver oul ol the system.
1 1 cun s when nil oilier
I1' r the relli-l and euro
uf IhlK disiresnliiK dls
Line line Simmons Liv
Tin' Ret'iiUtor will piii-ltiv.ly rurn thin terrible
dlxeiixn. We u -h r 1 uipliatii"illy what v.o know to
should not be ri".rant"il u " iriilinv; ailiuiif . Na
ture (Ii'IiiiiIhIk the illlliniO ri'iullirll v rl the bowels,
Thi reln'e anstst i-aIiiil- by Inking S ii niiin Liver
Ucguli'tor. It Is hni'lMli'iH, mild and i Ib eluul.
One or two tiihlespuoiifuls w ill relievu nil tho
troubles incident to a bilious state, such as Nuusea
I)i..iness. Iiroudm ps, DiHtress niter cut lug, a hit
ter had tiu-te In the mouth,
Person may avoid all attak by occasionally
taking a dose of hlinmiins Liver Regulator to keep
the liver iu healthy action.
HAD J J UN ATI 1!
generally arlsiriK Irmi a disordered stomach, ran
be corrected by taking Simmons I.Ivor Regulator.
Mtnmons Liver Regulat rsoon eradicates this dis
ease from Hie s. stem, leaving the sklu cleur aud
free from all 1 11, purines
Children suffering wlih colic sunn i-rleiiro re
llefwlieti Simmons Liver Regulator s i,!mlliiti r
ed. Adults also derive great benuilt frm thi
medicine It is not unpleasant; it Is harmless
and elluctlve. Purely vegUabla.
Most or the diseases of the bladder originate (mm
those of the kidney. Hetore the artioii of thu
hvei f'dly aud both thu k:dueys aud bladder will
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Forsuie by U dngsdsts.
Its first apparent effect Is to tiicreise the appe
tite. It as.iets digestion aud cat:es the rood to as
elriiiilale properly-thus the svs'.e-n is nourished.
It also, t,y its fnic action 011 thedi.vstive organs,
Induces more copious aud regular evacuation
The rapidity with which patients take on d' t.
while under the itil'ieiice of the Syrup, olltse'l In
dicates that no ether preparation can be t. :'er
adapted to help and nourish the con;llniion. nd
hence be more cfficacbvi in ail depression of seir
id, shaking or trembling of th hand r bi.dy.
cough, shortness of bn ath, or rnliMitr.pHve l.a'dl.
The nerves and niu'c'c become streui'tliem d, ami
the blood purine 1.
The various kinds ol waste or decay that nflcct
the human body, though attended each with some
symptom not coniin.in w 1'. h the r-t, aa-'eu very
much lu this, that the bast in all Is marly the
same, It is generally c 'needed, that the majority
of diseases aro acco'i pai-led by faulty d'.ge-liMl. ;
and such being the case, we iwi'l, in order to cure
such dl-ea-e. cause theorgaLs of dlgtion to per
form their proper function. No remedy has be
fore been discovered which has so b neBcial an In
fluence ou these or:k- ua Fellows' Coniputind
Syrup of IlyPophospbius.
For hale by ail Druggist.
a b iff?, pm rK
If you suffer from dyspepsia, use
IICRDUCK III.OOI) I!ITTER-i.
If you are alllictcd with bllloiisners. use
I'.t'Kl (O'.'K IlI.OOD HITTERS,
If yeu are pro-trateil w ith sli k hcadac he, take
LfRDOCK III.OOI) HITTERS
If your bowels ate disordered regulate them with
H I'HDOCK III.OOI) HITTERS
If your blood Is impure, purify It with
HL ItDOCK HLOOD HIT I'KHS
II you havu indigestion, you will find an antidote in
RUIUIOCK HLOOU IIITTKKS
If you are troubled with spring eompla.nts, eradi
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If your liver Is torpid restore It to healthy action
wltk BURDOCK HLOOD HITTERS,
If your liver Is ntlcctcd you will find a shuro restor
utlvo In Ll'RDOCk HLOO!) HITTERS,
If you have any species of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK HLOOD BITTERS
If you have any siinptoniB of ulcers or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will he found In
BURDOCK HLOOD HITTERS,
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can eipial HURDOt'K HLOOD HITTERS.
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ystem with DURDOCK HLOOD HITTERS
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GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE,
TRAOt MARK. Thu Ureal Eng
lish remedy, au
unliilllng cure for
potency a.nl all
diseases that folow
a a sequence
of self-ubnsp; ast,
luart nf iiwint.t.tf -fl
Befor8 T8SKAft take.
dimness or vision, premature old ag(), nntt many
other diseases that lead to insanity, cousumiitiou
or a -jrnmuture crave. '
leFull particular In our pamphlet, which wo
desire to send free bv mall to vvervonu. IWTho
Specific Mudlclno Is sold hvall drugclsts at i per
liacnage, nr tlx package for $5, or Will be sent froe
uv man on rucuiin 01 iuu monuv, 11 v adilress ng.
Tiia guay medicine co.,
ItlTlrVAiy, 111 V
On account of counterfeits, wu hun n,i,,i.,' ,i,n
Yellow Wrapper; tho only uunuluo. Ouaraulcei
01 curs issueu
Sold III Cairo bv P. (). K('itt;n
Whnleautu Agents, Morrison, l'lumbcr A Co
V W will foUIIW
Wa. i 4 " 1
HAM AU1TA. A Fit VIM!
Cured my Hole girl of fit). rhe was alo Wf and
riiiinli, liit It cured le-r. She can D'iw lalU and h-ar ai
well at anybody. i'araaRoitn, Sprlngwater, Wla.
sjtMlltlTA .NEK VINE
Uai been the meannof emtnu n;y wife of rli 'iimatfsra.
J. 1). Fi.Kii.ima, Fort L'ulilus, Col.
Made a sure cure of a nw of 11' for my son.
K II. INi.m. ilLittsvlile, Kim.
Cured me of Tertlgo. neurv'uU "'id slelt hssdarha.
Mas. Wm. IlKhieiN. Aurora, lit.
Was the meaui of curlngitny wife or apasmt.
Ktv. J. A. tola. Ih uvr, Pa
JAM AKiriN MFUVINK
Cured mn of aslhuia. after sjindlnir over 3,(W wltD
olhcr 4oclor b R. IIohson, New Albany, 1 1,4.
NA Ml It IT AN KEBVIN'B
Effectually cured me of spwm.
Ml .llVNtl Wt!F!f.
TWWi-st VauBur-oSl. thltsrfo, IIL
Curi ,1 oer rlilVI nf n' ftrr irtven np to ill by oat
family phy.trlan. It IiivIits-over im In hour.
ilasav Ksaa. v"ill. Warr nUi.. Tcnn.
HAMAHITAN .Ni It VIVE
Cured me of scrofula ft.-ru(T.-r!n f,r!k'ht ysart.
Aliisht Siveson, l'curia, lfl.
CurfJ mytonof li. after sr-n-ll,,ir lli whhnthcr
dt-elors. J. W. Tiriaaiox, tin'.ljjrn, Mist.
AM tKITAN XHtVINE
1,'nrr-d nis p.,niiMi'nily i,t it. itli; C:j of a s'uiVira
tharacuir. Rv. W MtariM. M,-c,'i:,l,-.-.uwa. MA.
Cured my ion of dti, afo-r hvln hl J,vn ln'lgho
AIM A HIT AN NFIIVIVE
Cured me of epilepsy of nine ya-' standing.
lirtuby, NewiunCO-. Mn.
1 is prmaiieBUr curet nx of ru- nn nf rr.tnr v-i
i urauoo. Jaoo buna. fclJ iseoh. Ut.
NAMAKI I'AN VEHVI VE
Cured me of hrjochltli. i'!iriii and g' ri'ral drMlftr.
t'LlvsK Mraas. Iruutou, uhlo.
H is cured mt of asl'ima: .cr ,fula of mar. rr
;D,l.ug. !.,: Jiii.u covlciuo, fey.
DIVf iRtT j xrnrivit
Cursdmsof flu. llTe Urn ( ,r o-r ( Gr Tr.
LrtAkLai k Cl ans, (itaaia. Drng ui Co.. illua.
HA M A HIT A J Kl-IIlltr
Cursd a frlena of nvnr all,, hvl dvii"- v.tt ba.ll.
wi:uiiH''j!i,,a l'.ii.'y. lJ
A 1 MA KIT A W rillur
Mas pCTBli0tn'..7 car.-,) 'if ,,f (.iir;!e s-
NAM A ICIT A2 vrillivr
Cured my wife ol tple-iny t,f r, j,-ars tnil:1jf.
...... ra.ijuu, Jlica,
ture-d B.I w'.lu vf a uervnut dlf-wM- , f ttir h"d
E. Ciiu N,r.h Hop, pa.
(4 A MA KIT A NFRVIVF
Cund n,y ma of C'. llehii ,i ind a litf raVxl
lataryuan. Jviiv iAlA
noodouru. Mai-uri!a Co., III.
It JOB MALE
HY Alula DRUGGISTS
Or may be hid direct from u F .r far-hr tnfnm
lion in ,.s namii (,r eir Illustrated Journal glrlu
eruU.uce of eur. t. Address
UK. . A. Kit IIMOMi Jb (XX,
WurU'i ptlc Iriiltu:e,
8T. JOSEPH, MO
Reason Why they are prftcrred to AH
Other Torou Vlastcrs or W.AUrnal
Ttncaus thsy posissa all tho merit of th
trengthsnlrR porous plaster, und contain in M
ditioii thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which aefa with in
crsaaed rubefacient, stimulating, eedutivo and
counter irritunt efiects.
Dficauso thry are a genuine pharmiceutical prep,
aration, and ao rvcoyiiiu'd by the profession.
Hocausc they aro tho only plastma that rellsv
pain at once,
Because they will positively core dlaeaseg which
other remedies will uot even relieve.
Because over WOOpliyslc.Inn and drupglst haw
voluntarily testified that tby are superior to all
other planters or medicines fur external use,
Tteranso the mannfactureri have received the
only medals ever given for porous plasters,
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY 4 JOHNSON,
ManufneturwK ChemlsW.Jo-w York.
MEAD'S Wedlcatee CORN anrt BUNWWPtASTIJM
AOKNT KORTIIK SAI.K O
lUXTKlt STKAM I'.N(IInK
Colt's Disc JJnglue
anil Marino Engines
ENGINES A SPECIALTY.
FARM KNOINES, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELTING,
Pulleys and General Supplies.
No. 131, North Third Slruet, ,