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THE OLD SOLDIER'S LOVE.
Wlittt! What do you sav!" cried
Shu-ts. "Does Kosu Ktill live?"
"Yl-h, Kim still liven," was the reply,
"if olio can bo Haiti to live who has ex
jmrii'iH'cd her bikI lot."
"Hit hwI lot? What do you mean?
What Ims befallen her?"
"Sho in lilind."
"Blind! Kosa blind!"
And, overcome with grief, SlacU stag
pered back to the bench and sat down
"She him been blind for these five
years," continued the grave-digger, "and
more, she begs her daily bread. I give
her every week two stivers, and when
we bake there is always a little loaf for
bur in the oven."
Slants sprang to his fot and grasping
the grave-digger's hand, cried;
"Thanks, thauks, Lauw. Heaven will
liens you for your kindness to her. But
you shall be rewarded in this life, for I
"am rich, very rich. And now tell mo
where Kosa is where she lives; I will
go to her immediately; every moment'
delay is a moment of misery for us
"You see, yonder, on the side of the
hill, a little cabin," said the grave-diaper,
pointing to a hill on the outskirts
of the village; sho lives there with a
broom-maker, Nells Oi-ms."
Without a moment's delay, SI acts
started olf in the direction indicated, and
soon reached the modest but tidy abode
of the broom-maker.
About the door plaved four small
children in the sun. They were bare
footed, and not more than half clothed.
The eldest a boy six or seven years
old gazed at the stranger with a cer
tain intcntness that partook as mui h of
wonder a of boldness, while his three
sisters looked at him timidly, and sought
to avoid obM'rvatioii.
SI nets said a kind word or two to the
children, and immediately entered the
cabin, where be found the broom-maker
busily employed in one corner, while
tho wifo was occupied in spinning.
The entrance of a stranger did not
si-em to surprise them. They evidently
thought he wanted to enquire his way,
and the man arose and was about to go
to the door and point it out to him,
when Slaets, in a tone that betrayed his
great agitation and impatience, asked:
"Does not Ilota Meulinks live here?"
"Yes, mynheer," answered tbe broom
maker, placing a chair near the door
for tho stranger, who was scarcely seat
ed when he felt a little hand laid softly
on bis. He looked round. There stood
tho little boy be had seen before the
door, looking up at him with his big
blue eyes, as though he were an old ac
quaintance. "Come here Feerkcn!" cried the
mother: "you must not be so bold, mv
"lVerkcn, however, paid no attention
to the admonition: but continued to look
up into tho facn of the stranger, and to
stroke his hand.
"You are a lino lii(!e fellow," said
Slants, "and w!;:.l bciiiliful eves! You
phall have soiin tliiiiL', ir, for being so
So saying, be gave some- small coins
to the iv, who looked nt them with
wonder and delight, but did not let gc
the stranger's band.
"l'cei ken," :iid his mother, "why do
you not thank niwiheer and kiss his
The hoy kiscd Slat tV hand, and then
peering up in his face, said in a clear
'I tlmiik von very much, mynheer
An eafth'iiiake would hardly have sur
prised Slaets more than the pronounc
ing of his name bv this innocent child.
Tears, in spite of him, came into his
eyes, lie took the boy on his lap and
looking him full in the face, as though
lie would assure himself of tho reality
of what ho had heard, exclaimed:
"What! do you know me , whom
you have n'versecn before? Who taught
you my name?"
"Blind Kosa," answered tho child.
"But how is it posdhle that you should
"Ah! I knew it was vou at once."
paid IVerken. "When I go out to beg
with Kosa she always talks about you,
and says you are so tall, and have such
black, sharp eyes, and that you would
come hack some day and bring us n
great many nice thing. And I am not
afraid, for' Kosa said you would like me,
ttnd you would bring" me a big bow and
Slaets pressed tho child to his bosom
and kissed him tenderly; then turning
to his parents, bo said:
"Your little IVerken hero shall bo my
care. By recognizing tne he has mm'.j
Ids fortune. Hi support und education
tdiall lie my care."
The parents were overcome with as
tonishment, und joy. Tho man finally
"Ah, you nro too good. Wo .thought
it was you, but wo wore not quite sure.
Kosa did not tell us you wcro a rich
"And you knew me, too?" cried
Slaets. "I urn, then, among friends; I
at last find some ono who welcomes me
hero, where, till now, I have been
met by nothing but death and forgetful
"Every Saturday evening," said .the
"Kosa burns a taper for the return--or
for the soul of Jau Slaets."
SlaeU raised his eyes to heaven and
"God bo thanked thnt He has made
lovo stronger even than hatred. My
cnemv remembered mo only to curso
me; b"ut Kosa she lived in herrecolleo
tion, beautifying all around her with
her loye, preserving my remembrance,
and making it beloved.
When Slaets had in a measure regain
ed his composure, ho turned to th wo
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN': SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 11,
man und asked if Kosa hud lived with
"I will tell you, mynheer, how that
caino about, " said the broom-maker's
wife. 'You mud know that, when thu
old wagon-mal,er died, and the children
divided his little property, Kosa she
could never be induced to marry you
can imagine why well, Kosa gave her
snare toner hroiiicr, on condition that
ho would give her a home for tho rest
of her life. Now, morn than over, sho
gave herself up to nursing tho sick and
heliiing the poor; and so when, after wo
had been married about a year, my hus-
dhiiu ion sick aim was not able to work
for u long time. Kosa did everything
for us she could; and, but for her. I am
sure he would have died."
"You ought to be and doubtless are,
very grateful to her," said Slaets.
"Aye, that we are, mynheer, replied
"Well, a few mouths later," continued
tho woman, "Heaven sent us the littlu
boy you have on oiir lap - Kosa want
ed to bo I lie child's godmother, and
1'eer, my husliaml s hiother was to bo
godfather. Well, Kosa wanted thechild
called Joannes, but the godfather in
sisted that it. should be called l'etrus
after him. So, after a long diiciision,
tho child was baptized Joannes ivtrija.
Wo call him IVerken, because hi undo
would bo angry if we called him by his
-1 1 1 i - n;iii:c; 1 1. i ;iIki s calls him
hiimi l. ii, and. the child I nows that ho
i;! called mi beciiu -c ii jsjour name,
Slaets preyed th" boy I'eerken to his
ho.-oni wiih all the tenderness of a par
ent, while the Woman continued:
"Kosa's brother had entered into
ome speculation with a man in Ant
werp, und thought hewasgoiiigtoinako
a fortune, hut, instead ol that, he lost
all he had, and more, too; and then,
jMior man, he died afterwards from grief.
Kosu then went to live with the Flincke
family there on tho corner. She had not
been there long when young Flineke
came home on leave of absence he was
a soldier with a bad disease of thCeycs.
In nursing him Kosa caught the same
disorder, and in two weeks sho was
blind. Then wo asked her to come and
live with us"
"But she begs," said Slaets.
"Yes; but mynheer, that's not our
fault," replied the woman in a tone
which showed that her pride was touch
ed. "You must not think we have for
gotten what Kosa did for us. For more
than six months we prevented it; but
she was a burden to us when she want
ed to be of assistance, so beg she would;
and finally we were compelled to let
her. She forces us sometimes to accept
a portion of what is given her but we
return it all twofold; for, although she
does not know it, she is better dressed
than what we are, and has better food.
There is always an extra dish for her at
dinner. See, there it is now, before tho
Having finished her narrative, and
seeing that mynheer was absorbed in
reflections, the woman resumed herspin
ning. After maintaining strict silenco
for some time, Slaets suddenly put the
child on the ground, and turning to
the broom-maker said in a peremptory
"Put away your work."
The broom-maker was startled at this
commanding tone, and arose unable to
make a reply.
"Away with your work. I say, and
give me your hand farmer Nelis."
"Farmer!" murmured the broom
maker, still more astonished.
"Come, come," cried Slaets; "throw
your broom corn out of doors, or into
the fire, if you like, I will give you a
hide of land, some cows and horses, and
whatever elso is necessary to a completo
establishment. Do you not believe mo,"
he continued, showing tho bewildered
broom-maker a handful of gold. "I
could give you this money, but I esteem
you too highly to offer you money. I
will make you the possessor of a farm;
and, as for your children, I will be their
benefactor, even after mv death."
The good people looked at each other
with tears in their eyes, and seemed to
doubt their senses. As Slaets was about
to repent bis promises, IVerken grasped
his hand rw though ho had something to
sav to him.
"What is it my child?" bo asked.
"Mynheer Jan," replied tho boy, "see,
the people are coming in from the fields.
1 know where I can find Kosa now.
Shall I go and meet her, and toll her
you arc come?"
SlaeU seized the child's hand, saying:
"Come, lead mo to her!"
The child led tho way hastily toward
tho middle of the village. As they pass
ed along the people came out of their
houses, or stopped on the road to gazo
at them, as though they saw something
wonderful. The villagers could not un
derstand what the rich gentleman, who
seemed to be a baron, at least, could
have in common with the broom-maker's
I'eerken. And still greater was their
astonishment when they saw the stranger
stoop and kiss tho child. Tho only solu
tion that uny of them suggested to tho
mystery was that tho rich gentleman
had bought the boy of his parents In
ordero adopt him as his own. This
was something that hapjicued occasion
ally iu tho neighborhood, and was moro
likely to occur in Peorkon's case thnn
that of most poor children; for, with his
big blue eyes and profusion of blondo
curls, he was undeniably tho handsomest
littlo boy in tho village.
Iu tho meantime, Slaets, led by Toor
ken, walked on. Tho whole village np-
Jieiircd to him in rose-colored light, tho
oJtro of I he trees in a oeeulinrlv bril.
liant green, tho air to bo laden with
Bwect odors, and the birds to sing In
clearer tones than ho had ever heurd
Suddenly Feerkcn pulled him vigor
onsly by tho hand and cried at the top
of his voice:
"See, see! yonder comes Kosa with
At this moment there emerged from
a cross-street, some two hundred yards
distant, an old blind woman, led by a
littlo girl livo or six years of ago.
Instead of hunting forward, Slaets
Involuntarily Paused to eonteniphito tho
melancholy picUiro before him. Was
this Indeed his Kosa? Was this the beau
tiful, fresh joyous young girl, whoso
Imago had boon so "long engraven on
his heart P
These reflections were only moment
ary; he quickly hurried forward to meot
the friend of his youth. When ho bad
arrived within twenty yards of her
could contain himself no longer, but
cried out, "Kosa, Rosa."
At tho sound of Slaets1 voice the blind
woman withdraw hor hand from that of
nor littlo guide, and trembliuz with
sudden emotion she stretched out her
arms exclaiming: "Jau! O Jan I" Then
hastily drawing forth something from
her bosom, and breaking the band on
which it was suspended around her nock,
sho hurried toward Slaets, holding up a
littlo golden cross, and ho, unmindful
of tho curious villagers who gathered
around, received her tenderly in his
"0 Jan! 0 Jan! at last! at last!" sho
exclaimed, and sank upon his generous
breast; while I'eerken danced and clasp-
Sied his hands and cried: "It is 'Long
(an1 crime back ugain! It Is mynheer
Vicissitudes of Tashion.
It is noticeable in New York when a
fashion among tho women becomes com
mon, that is, w hen "salesladies," hard
worked shop-girls, and lazy and pamp
ered cooks and housemaids begin to imi
tate tho styles set two or three months
before by tho toiling leaders of society,
that such styles an: dropped by tho so
called leaders. So wo havo seen tho
jaunty and ell'cctivo feather turbans fall
from grace. It is not long ago that they
were worn right and left by the belles
of Murray Hill and the aristocratic reg
ions around tho park. Then they began
to appear on Sixth and Lighth avenues.
The belles began to give them up. Then
tho "salesladies" took to them. They
were banished from what are called in
society papers tho elite cirelos. At hist
the shop-girls and housemaids began to
wear them, and they were flung asido
by the "salesladies." To-day the mis
guided female who unblushingly appears
in u feather turban may safely be regard
ed as a second-class cook, who washes
her own dihes and makes her own bed
menial offices which no self-respecting
and truly lady-like cook ever thinks of
performing and who i.s employed by
some largo family or l""irdirig-house on
the East Side. S'rw ivi k Tiinca.
A Physician's Testimony.
In the treatment of lung and bronchial
diseases the liver is often implicated to
such an extent that a hepatic remedy be
comes necessary in, effecting a euro of the
lungs. In the treatment of such cases I
prescribe Simmons Liver Regulator with
entire satisfaction. I find that it acts mild
ly but effectually in regulating the secre
tions of the liver, stomach and bowels.
I. L. Stephenson, M. D.,
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgmeut in taking care of tho
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribuue. Sold by Geo. E.
Evils to be Avoided.
Over-eating is in one sense as proguctive
of evil as intemperence in drinking. Avoid
both, and keep tho blood purified with Bur
dock Blood Bitters, and you will be reward
ed with robust health and an invigorated
system. Trice f 1 .00.
Bv the use of Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
phosphites the blood is speedily vitalized
and purified, and so made capable of pro
ducing a sound mind and body.
Frank Bardal, North Bennett Street,
Buffalo, says: "I have tried your Spring
Blossom as a family medicine and have
never conic across anything to do so much
good in so short a time in cases of iuriiges-
tion, dyspepsia and derangement of the
stomach; I strongly recommend it." Price
jO cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., U72 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
WKtake pleasure in informing our read
ers that by enclosing a threc-centstamp to
Foster, Milburn ii Co., Buffalo, N. Y., they
can secure, free, a set of their fine litho
graph picture cards, which are an ornament
to any household.
TheColoii and Lustre ok Youth arc
restored to faded or gray hair by tho use of
Parker's Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing
highly esteemed for its perfume and purity.
A Popular Tonic
Fun WEAK LUNOS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to tho
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, (Jolds, Sote Ihroat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in tho incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, lias ever mot with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere aro the best evidence of its real
murits. Letters and testimouals from every
quarter ol the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto ami agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who aro afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the ro
lief to be secured by tho use of Tolu, Rock
ana Bye. Chicago limes.
Whcru machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Solleck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
Tho huge., druBtic, griping sickening pilli
are fast being superseded by Dr. Piercc'i
"Purgative Pellets." Sold by druggists.
Deaf as a Pof.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont., states
mat ior niteen uionins siio was trouoicu
with a disease in the car, causing entire
dcaiucss. In ton minutes after using I horn
as' Eelee.trie. Oil ubn found rnlinf. mid in l
short timo she was entirely cured and her
Making1 a Raise.
John Hays, Credit, P. O., says that for
nine months he could not raise his hand tq
his head through lameness in the shoulder,
but by the use' of Thomas1 Hclcctric Oil ho
was entirely cured. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. 8 for f fl. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N.Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros.
do to Paul (I. Schuh lor Mrs. Freuman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!! 1
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. Tin-re is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be uiveii some enterpriseing man
in The uum.ktin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, ong time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story -KlxdO and a
two story 10 x 45. Jhs a frontage of AO
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. O'oerly, Bloom
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The (inut Enc-
lish retnt'dy, An
udIhIIIiii; cure fur
puUmcy P. .ul ill
(llHudeve thm I'olow
M A H'JlUtfllCe Jt'
I., Ha . f nw.fT.n-ir ' .7rL.
Before Takluinnivtrsall wMMturtt! . p. ' m . .
dlmneM of vision, prumntiire old ruc, anrt muny
other diseases that lead to insanity, conxumptlon
or a pri'mature prave.
xrinll eartlculiira in our pamphlet, which we
desire to send frt;e bv mnil lo evirvuno. IITbe
Specific Medicine is sold livall druuirinw at $1 per
uBcmsu, or nix pacKsgea ior fcn, or will ne sent tree
bv mail od receipt of the motiev, hv adilrcniliii:.
TUE QUAY MEDICINE I'll. ,
On acci unt of counterfeits, we have adopted the
Yellow Wrapper: the otilv Lenuinc. Gnaianteis
of care issued
Sold In Cairo hy P. O. 8CIITH.
Wholesale Aueutf. Morrison. Plumber & Co..
Indian Blood Synip.
Iivspi'pxlu, Mvor Ills
fuses. Fever anil Anne,
Heart liiscuse, Hihiiiis
ik'sh, Nervous Debility
THE 1JE8T UE1IEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
welve Thousand UoUles
Sold Since 1870!
Phis Svrup poeseKses varied properties: It stim
ulates tho ptyaltne In t lie snllva, which couverlH
tho slarch and sugar of tho fooil Into kIucohb. A
deficiency in ptyalino cause wind and sourinj; ul
the food in the stomach. If the medicin j waen
immediately after eating, the ferment atiuu ol loi d
It acts upon the Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Kcgulatvs the Uowi ls,
It rurllh'S the Flood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It l'roiiiotes Digestlou,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off tho Old Itlooil and makes New,
It Opens the IWs of the Skin anil Induces
It nentrallie tbe hereditary taint, or poison in
the b ood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas,
and all manner of Klein Diseases and Internal hu
mor. Thore are no spirits employed In Its manufacture
and It can ho taken by the most delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required in tit
teuth n to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
I wassuflerln from Sick Headache and Wi..
ness so that I could uot attend to my household du
ties, nnd a abort trial of Dr. I'lark Joluiou's Indi
an Blood Syrup ell'eciuallv cured mo.
MKS IIEIAN EI.KINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalh Co., Ills.
This I to certify that I.)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured me of 1'iilu In the Hark. It
Is valuable medicine. MUS Wool).
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I was afflicted with Piilpi.
tatlon of tho Heart for many years I tried dim r
ont doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken mo than they did to treugtlien. 1 at Ihm
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Jolinsmrs Indian Hiood
Bymp, which proved to hu a poslttvo curo-not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, but also a Hick Head
co which had boon troubling mo. a
MKS MAUY A. NKAL,
I was afnlctod with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
slatud failed to get relief, althongh using medi
cines from our best doctors. I commenced unIiiu
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood Syrtip, and a short trial
cured me. t. w. HisiNG. Mollno, HI.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's ludian
Blood Syrup has effectually cured mo of Dypopsla.
Too much cannot he said in praiao or it.
W. . WlMMliK, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for Iho sale of tho Indian lllood
8yrnP l" own or village, In which 1 havo no
agent. Particular given on application.
DHUGGISTS SELL IT.
' Ubratorr 77Woit3dst.,N.Y.CIty.
Ini iiiMViim ii riMni i r !--inn " mi,iHVji--i i n- -
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
For roui'li. colds, sore ibroat. bronrliilin. asthma. niif'Uiiioiiln. c.nnKiimiitlon and nil disease nflha
throat, client and Iimil'.
Hi rout, client and Iimil'.
Balsam of Tolu
all diseases of ihe tjiront, rhet and lungs,
but It has never been so advantageously compounded as in ihe celebrated Tolu, Hock and Kve. In ad
illi km to Its Hootlmu; Ititlsamic properties, li .afford a (lllluslvu stimulant and tonic, to build up the
system nfterlhe cough lias been relieved.
I-Ti'l T IT IN OL'ART SIZE IiOTTLKS FOR FAMILY 1'SE, BRICK SUHLM
MAITrPI'l'j! "" "ot ,,u def'ived by dealer who try to palm off upon you Hoik and Kve la
vJiVU I JVi.1. place of our Tolu, Kock and Itye. which is the oiilv medicated article mailo
tlie genuine ha a private die proprietary starupnii each Imitlo.
The TOLU, ROCK ami RVK CO., I'roprii tors, 41 River street, Chicago, III.
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Vim Steuben's drand March Dressier. 40
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N EW A DYKKTINEUKNTN.
Will fot valuable informa
by sendlnR for circular to K. TOUKJEE, BoBton,
TTTPIG IMi'KOYEI) HOOT HKKK. 2r.C
JJ"'1-5 puckano mukes 5 gallons cf a deli
cious, wholieome. sparkling temperance bev
erage. Ak your druggist, or sent hy mall for iioc.
C. K. U1HES, . Dela. Ave., I'htladu.
Q'-MPer wnfik can he made in any locality.
V'J'Soinetliine entirely new for agents, fj out tit
free. . W. lNliilAHA.M CO., Huston, Mass-
500 BEWAKD !
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A purely Vi-nelahle Ulood Purifier, and cuaran
teed 10 cure '.15 cases in P i), or money refunded
'i'liu above reward will tie pa'd for a remedy which
will cure as many cane of Malaria, Kever and Au'ne,
Dyspepi-la, Kliuiiuinticni, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
ney Diseases. i"i,iio hollies sold on its merits.
without advertising. In seven years. If bilious,
lanKitld, and your ambition Is ironn. life Is rloomv.
Try one buttle. It will convince you o( its superi
ority over auy olh-r remedy. If vou have auv Hu.
mors of the Skin or blood, from whatever cause,
this Elixir will cure it when all other remedies
nave tailed. Ask yourdnmnlst Tor It. Pricu $1
and $.'. A Jjdollar h-iitle sent by express pre
paid. M fd by A. h. STILLMAN .t CO., New
iura urcuiurs iree. u. l, WI1.LAICJJ, lion I
Atfcut L . B. aim Canada. Troy, N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ?&S
blood, and wilt coniplrudy change the lilood in ihen-
urMsvinem 111 inrtHi month. Any prMin wlio will takn
1 pilleseh nieht from 1 1 1 wiHiksmay ba rtn-d
to sound bealtb. if such a llnnc Iiihihki1iU. K .1 1.1 HV
erywhsr. or sent by mail ("r H If Iter sMinps. I. H.
Jounu.n & Co., Huston, Mum.., funnel ly lluugur, Mo.
INJECTION, la arsisltivn once tor all DlK.-harires.
BtlnifiiU-. Bniartm,, and Paiurul Beusutiuna of the
ii? i .'tn. or sunt by Kxnress nn r
milit.ofi'rieo. JOHN J. PARIC A HONB
17'SaiuI 177ay.-i.nii.reHt. OJNCINNATl'
OHIO. J'leiuio meuiiou Ihla uuoer.
Kor Sale by HAlH.'i.AY IJHO'S, Cairo, lllii.ois.
STOPPED FREE "
J'tr vu furs'.
IR. KLINE'S GREAT
DlxtiMls. i Wl,V V 41 B CI HF fK NfH Arritl
mKirs.Krii trr.uic lNh Al.lJIiLKH laktin
M it iron ted. A"')Mnf'T ftfffi"MJ. TrcitmoA
$2 trial huttlo frm u Kit Cafc'i.thcy '?in fxnrtM
cliarjffHon liux.whm rHtl. Semi nRtmR(r.0.iinil
oiprt'M a l'lrtv.! 0f itrlirtd ti lut K 1.1 N K.Wl Ar:tl
Ht.,l'hii'ifc -V .Vr ltru"fji"t. Jininr uf A'nmci.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their oxoollont reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. Tho
Publio nro cautioned against buy
ing riastors having Bimilar sound
ing namos. Soo that tho word
C-A P-C I N-E is corrootly spoiled,
Are tho only improvement over
made in Flastors.
Ono is worth moro than a dozen
of any other kind. j
WiU positively cure where othor
remodios will not oven roliovo. '
Prico 25 conts. j
Eowaro of choap Plastors made
with lead poisons.
' SEABURY A JOHNiON, '
x ' Mannrotrliit Chsmlsts, Ww Ymtll.
MEAD'S MttllctUd CORN Md BUNION PLASTEg.
Ill II 111!
Mux always been one nrlhomont Important
weapon wielded by the medical faculty
iM.-niiiHl the encroachments of Coughs, Colds.
Hrout liltls. Asthma, Sore Throat. Consnmp
lion in lli liiclplent and advanced stages, and
nnmita J'oiit-jmtil. Hlii()tft No. SO rt.
No.2(Ncff Scries) Contains
I'd ho n lluiterlly Song- Hlerun!. $ 3J
( Hi, I ieiille llirds Trnor Soni, '. .. Dennett. 40
The Kusiic Leaves Duet Villiams. y.
The l b.-ii N-I-cin. or mix. voire. .Kreuler. 06
Three l-iyhen Quartet . ... Hull. ill. 06
SpatMiie; lie inlv W all. Ilarker. S
Picture Cards .Dinette Helm-Hi. aj
lloeiaeciip March I- our J land ..Dressier, JO
Chiming Dells I'olka. Itaphaelson. 35
On thnChleaun. Milwaukee A St. Paul Hallway
CHBAP PKU'ES, I.OSii TIMK.
And Rebates Inr Iiuprovoinents.
For ninii und full paitlchlarn. address:
WILMS DlU VMONlUn.,
Land C'oinmtMsioi.er, Milwaukee, wis
C')n l'I'.K WF.KK can he made In any locality.
V"v Houielhluc eiiilrel.- new for stents. 5
ouilltfiee. li. W. INCiUAIIAM & CO., Boston,
YOTTYfi- V VX lly(" wal" tolenmTeleir
1 WLJU Jl iil ..hv In a lew months, and
certain of a situation, address Valentino Brothers,
.jiiiiepvine, -i i.
A l) Kit riSi-.ltS! send lor mir Nelect l ist of I.n
"enl .Neinmj's. (,eo. 1'. Howell Co.. 10
lruee street. X. Y.
H. Legrand Gilbert & Co
la Broad St, New York.
Sums from and ucwatds Judiciously invested
In slocks. Kul I Information regarding stock, trans
actions mull eil free; also hlnaucia' report.
University of Virginia.
Sl'MMEK LAW IACTCKES (nine weekly),
lu'i; ti t:tth July, 1MHJ. ami end Mth September.
Have proved of sIkuhI iish,- 1st, to sluilenls, who
design to pursue tlielrsmdies at this or other Law
M'lioul ; id, to those vtlio propose to rend prlvatelv;
and Hd, to practitioners who have not had tho a'd
vainer of svstemallc InstrHctlon . Knr circular
apply (C. O. riiiversltyofVa.JtoJoiiK 11. Alison,
1'rol. Com. and Stat. Law.
Of EVER? KIND CHEAPER TRAM nn
RIflf,Sliot Oiiiis, ItevnlviT, Ammunition.
J ImIiImK Tw-klB, Keliirs, Nets, Knives,
K iurs. Skiites. Iliiiinnoeks, etc.
I.aro llliiHtrnterl ntnloKuo FKEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
VVAHTEO I I. mile and lletitlemen, toenirtura
Willi lis lo sell several rsefol HoiisehoTa
Artielus. l-rollta larirn LnUor U light.
KeliiHiv ten ilot-r (fivti. No competition,
leruis hiieml. Circulars KRKR. Address
llB"'tt Mainirucl'K Co., Ite huh, I'lttslmrfih, Pa.
SwfMJkh Ittsoct Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
ii iu h i niiirniy exterminate Rimeties. Anta,
Bed llnirs, Mens, Lb'C'rohaivo und Cnttnn Worms,
Moth, eie. It is Nile, mro, cleiiuly ainl rheap. It
will not poHnii iiiiimiitsor fowls. Simple pack
ares by tiittll .; oeni.H, mt p,i,l. Slumps taken,
tireiiliiis in.... ,Vnls Wuiiled. Addrew.
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pttfaturgh, Pa.
Iff iof all kinds for sale very cheap.
1 1 I C atalogues free. Addnns, RICHARD
III HULL i CO. Box 868, rittsburgh, Pa.
A Muw and l otnpnue II del, ftwitlnn on Ltve
Second and Kallmad hlreets,
Tb Pasenner D' tiot or tit) Chtrain, Ht. Loula
; .uw Orleans; Illinois Central; Wabash, Ht.
Louts and i'acllk; iron Mountain and Southerns
Mobile and Uhlo; Cain and St. Louis Hallways
are all Just across thu atrcet; while the Steamboal
Laudlnii Is lint one square distant,
This lintel It healed by steam, baa stesra
Laundry. Ilydrai.llo Klevalor, Kiuctrlc Cll Uella.
Automatlo Flru- Alarms, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
nsrluct sewerage aud com pin te apiiolutuiouia. .
, Superb liirnistluKs; period service and an an
MCulM Utile. ,,,
1 F. PAUICIUII 6c 00.,tii
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