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THE OAIKO JJULLKTIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAIIUHI.Y IN 41IVANI.C
All Communications should im itddrtmttscl to
K. A. UUKNKTT.
Publisher and I'ro'ir mtor .
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
9y.q present generation. It In for tho
Cure of this diseaao and its attoudanta.
PEPSIA, CONST1PATI0W. PILES, eto that
TUTT'S PILLS have gained a worid-wldo
reputation.NqJeinedyJiM over been
discovered tbatar:ta so gently on" the
digestive organSj, giving them vigor to a
similiite ibod. Asji "natural resnlt, the
Nervous System is llracod, the Muscles
are Developed; and the Body Hobimt. "
Cliillai and loxror.
E. RIVAL, n Plantar nt Hayou Bar, La .
My plantation la In a malarial district, for
averal yuara I could not malt bait a oroD on
account of bllloua dlaaaane and chill. 1 aa
TU1T B PILLB. Tho rault iih marvelous
my latmrara aoon boratna brarty aoil robuat
and I have had no further troubla. '
. JhT7. rol LI tor, rleaiisa
lh lllmxl from planona hninura. anif
I rJ C?.,u, Hrly, anil yon will caln
. . 1 wrii,
If oroua ltKl
Kllii ...... ...I
iVIer. Mttali. IHUn, unurni at.
" - , .w v-i w rm, Kiin am miiihii
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Oluv IIaih or WiilflCKiiHrhanic'it toaOuswr
sU.aok y a simile applliatlon of thin Dy. jt
lniiarN n iminr.il folor. am art InHtaiitnriHoualy
of ljil( Dollar,KK,"U'' hi' X,,re1,a ou "'Pt
Office, 35 Murray Strnt, New York
(Or. t r?" MA M A I. of l atumblm
InarmnHan and t'srul iterripf I
trill 6e inqllHl .iKCI lonappliontiotu '
Will be paid for the Jftitrtixti ami convic
tion of any person Belling or tlcalin in any
bogus, eounteifeit or imitation Hoi- Uittkkb,
tspiciully Hitters or prcparatii ns with the
word Hoi-or Hops in their mime or con
nected therewith, Unit ia intcndc! to inig
lead anl ilit-at tlio public, or for any prep
aration put iu any form, pretending to be
tin; smile as Hop HirrEU. The genuine
have cluti-r of CitF.KV Hops (notice this)
pririttd on the white lebel, and are the
purest ari'l best inclicine un earth,
CKpccislly for Kidney, Liver and Nervoua
Diseases. IJuwareofull otherH, and of all
pretendrd fortiuilanir recijies of Hop DlT
tkmh published in papers or for ale, a.
they are frauds and swindle.. Whoever
deals in any hut the geuuino will be pros
ecuted. Hp Bittkks Mko. Co.,
Uochehter, N. Y.
A Hare Cure for all 1T.MALI! WEAIt
M.HSKH, Incluillng I.rncorrhirn, Ira
regular ami rulnful nieniruatiOa,
IoHitminntlnn anil I'lcrratlnn of
tbe Womb, Iionillitg, PHO.
LAPSI'H IiTP-HI, Ac.
ITTleawinttothetaKto, emi'rmi ami lmrmxnr
In Itnvlfcct. it iH(tnmt hclpin proirnmiry, and ra
UrTca win durliiK lnlxir and at rripilnr ortd,
riltsl('IAH I SE IT AND I'HF.SI HII1K IT H1H LI.
CTFoB i.t, WfAnnowEa of the gonrratiT organs
of either bu, It la kpcuiuI to no rouuily thariiaa frci
lioen hrf.iro the puhllci and for all dliu-oMa of the
Kidneys It U tho Orraful ttcmtdy In the World,
I trK IDNEY COMPLAINTA of Either 8e
Find C.rent Relief In lis I'se.
t.TII K. l'INKII wn iti.oort prnmnii
ill itr.Ii.hIh ,.n.iy viwiik of Huninra Innn I ho
Iii.mkI,! On' wimrluni. Kl"tn" and xtronirlh In
Uieyu.m. Aniiiurpllnurflii rnuliaMUiaCiniiouiid.
trDnth tho Compound and HI.hkI rnrllliT are pra
pan d t HKI aiirt IB Wi-Btrn An-nue, Lynn, Urn,
Price of cither, Jl, Hli bultlr for .V. Th Coiupoimil
la sent hy ninll In th form of pllla, or of Ion ntCM, on
rwolpt of prltw, l por Ihh for Klthrr. Mm. nnkhain
fiwly anawrri all letters of Impiliy, Enrlote 8 cent
lirl.TMn E. PlMttt'a 1 rirs ItM cur Cnnttp.
tleu, lllllmiKliennllilTol1ilillty of tile I Ivrr. it iTUtK.
rHoMby Hlljlrugglnts-igt (,,
HARRIS REMEl)Y C01,
ltffo.. I MOE. H1RRIA' PMTH I ( at&rnJ
i:3-S01 from Nkivkui and I'hy.lo.l UthiV
" 1 17. Pnmatutt Kihauatlua and
XWAT.Vrri I tblr ra.e; (lonmy iwu.i no..,
th. u.n,.4. i. . . 1llf ao.l railloail? urM,
blD ll ailcaia ainSi ill our. itnl aralod on inpllaaUiio.
ami ircurr ibt)
lmi Me.Tl-ti.ie In eurliil illwamiil tlir lllnnil. LTn anil
llnni'a.-Nermiia lleulllty. Inipnlvnpy, Orianlo
Wrakni'aa, l.unorrhir. Kjphllllle and Men a rial
Alfwtliina apri'UHr Irvalril " fc'knuil.i .tin iiiea,
wlih ..in and nrr rinMlPR. ('all nr wrlta for I.I.I nl gun.
timi. tn h. an.wor.il hy tliono do.lrlnii Ireamipui hi mall.
(r.rnn.iinYrlna frnw Hnptara.liiinmMnH Ih.lr adilrma.
anil learn xmirlhlnii tn lholradanlri', II I. ol a Iran.
Adilraaa, lK. llt'TTM, IU N. Mth hi., Nl. LonK Ho,
ESTAIILIHIIEU OVEU THIItTV TKAII".
A favorlta pmarrlptlnn of on of the
moat noted and nuecenliil upoclalhta In lhl'. H.
!now rotlrndi lor ' thnniirnnf Vri'i'oK rallfVi
r,of Jf lioo(f , Mrarnaaiid Mfrrmy, bnl
u plain auutku on vsluptiVssi, Uniftgtitsuau fill IU
Addrsii DR. WARD A CO., Uulaltni. Mo.
VjWOMAN CAN HEALTH OF WOMAjA
LjSrMPATHIZE WITHES THE HOPE 0f7
xj-uu i in
Terrors of a Trance.
Exporlenca of a IToung Woman.
The following is the horrible mental
and physical ovperience of Miss JoReph
bie HyniHii, it huinUoino young lady of
hvansvillo, Indiana, who ih ju.sl recover
ing from a severe illness, during which
she wa.s, while in a trance, pronounced
dead for three days, und all preparations
made for her interment. She relates tho
circumstances with thrilling exactness
"), sir, it was horrible! As I lav there
on my buck, Htretched out on the hoards,
with my arms crossed and feet tied to
gether, with the lighted candles about
my head, and could nee niv siMcrs and
neighbors come and peer into my faep,
it was awful. I heard every word spoken.
My body, limbs, ami firing were as cold
us ice. I thought of the agony of being
buried alive -of being nailed in a collin
and lowered in the ground. 1 tried to
make some noise, or move just a little,
to let them know that I wa.s alive, but
it wa.s iiuposilile.
"I saw my histers come in one bvonn
and look into my face. Toor Josie,
she's gone.' Their tears dropped on my
hair, and their kises were warmth to
my lips. As they turned to leave me, it
seemed as if I must make an ell'ort to
attract their attention, if only hv moving
my eyelids. I'.ut I could n't 'do it. I felt
like screaming. I tried to, but I couldn't
move a muscle. The priest came in and
felt my arms and wrists. He shook his
head. Then he placed his carlo my
heart. It was no use. Ho could not
hear it beat After saying a prayer for
the repose of my soul, he, too, "turned
and left me, and mv agony and horror
was redoubled. 'H'ill no one find out
that I live?' I said to myself. 'Must I
be buried, only to wake "when it is too
late? Must 1 'come back to life when
they put me in tho vault, and all of tho
peoolo havegvno away, only to die of
fright and horror and sufl'ocation?'
The thought wa.s madness! 'Why
doesn't the doctor do something to bring
mo to myself? I am not dead.' It w as
no use. There I lay thinking and list
ening to every word that was said. I
could hear a woman giving directions
as to the making of tho shroud. I heard
the time set for the funeral, and all. I
could see every one who came to look
at me. I tried to look conscious, and
let them know that 1 understood it all,
but it was impossible. It was a wonder
I did not die of fright and agony. I
often think that I would sooner die a
thousand times sooner than go through
that experience again.
"Finally, when all waa ready, when
the shroud was finished, and all had left
the room but two or three, some one
said, 'Ain't you going to cut her hair
off?1 My hair was done up in Ion"
braids, and fell down on my back. 'Yes?
said my sister; 'we'll cut it off now.'
Then they got the scissors and came up
to me. Vhile one of them took hold of
my head and turned it to one side, tho
one with the scissors began the cutting.
I could feel the cold steel on my neck.
I realized that this was about the last
thing they'd do before putting me in the
'The wnmftti lintrfin tn elir and in u
second or two one long braid of hair was
taken off and laid aside. My head was
then turned the. other w ay to allow them
to get at the other braid," but this was
not touched. Thank (Jod! something
in my condition or some movement 1
don't know what it waa caused my
sister to scream, and I was saved. 'Jlie
scissors dropped to the floor with a loud
noise, the woman jumped back, nearly
scared to death, and I sat up. Voti
should have seen that house a little while
after that. I thought every body had
" 'Venie's alive! Venie's alive!'
"Tho whole neighborhood came rush
ing in as soon as they heard of it, ami
for several days there w.. ; nothing talk
ed about but me. My lolks thought I
didn't know what had been going on.
Little they tlior.e-ht that every word
spoken in that room was heard and un
derstood by me. They tried to keep
every body from referring to the fact
that my shroud wa.s bought, the collin
ordered, ami the funeral arranged. They
made an excuse, too, for part of my ha:
being cut oh". They told mo the reason
of it was that a plaster had been put on
the back of my neck, nud my hair got
so tangled in" it that it had' to be cut
awav. I didn't say any thing. One day
my little brother said to me, 'Vcnie, veil
wa.s goin' to be buried last Thursday,
and they cut your hair oil'.' He never
imagined that'l knew more about that
than ho did. The recollection of those
terrible days and nights will never leave
me. I pray to Cod that I may never ho
called upon to pass through if again. I
would rather die."
Dr. Lincoln, In tho Youth's Companion
Seven hours is the well-known tiver
ngo which suibs most adults. Young
persons in their teens reipiiro eight or
nine hours; under ten, a longer time.
Students had better find by trial thai
length which suits them and keep to it.
They will not succeed in winning time
for study by curtailing their hours of
sleep; tho ell'ort may be sustained by
force of will for a considerable time, but
is highly dangerous.
In order to produco its legitimate re
sult, sleep should Vie sound, and taken
at u regular time. It is best for most
persons to get a considerable portion of
tho night's rest before midnight, nud
this custom should be maintained, if
formed, with regularity; for lato rising
on tho succeeding day will not make
good the fatigue which" comes from oc
casional late study on tho night before.
Ibid sleep is often caused by an over
loaded stomach or overtaxed brain. A
very hearty meal should not, usually, ho
eaten within two hours of hed-timej for
both tho sleep and tho digestion are
likely to bo badly performed in such a
oaso. And no exciting mental occupa
tions should bo engaged In at tho close
of an evening. TholaM. half-hour before
bed-timo had better bo given to recrea
tion, very light reading, or a walk.
Sometimes sleep is prevented by fa
tiguo and hunger. A person who eats
it light tea at six and goes to bed after
an Industrious evening at eleven will
often find It beneficial to take a cracker,
or a glass of milk, or sftrue othep light
nourishment shortly before going to bed.
Them ought to bo abundance of fresh
air In the sleeplng-room. Tho windows
should bo opened, even in winter, two
I or thrco fuclius.
CAIRO BULLET! IV; THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE
MercliantH. Bead This.
To those subject to ills Incident to tho
vexations of business life, dyspepsia and
lUKiniir oi ueiiu'iry ana irotiulness, we
-vi ""uum cij u i vocation, take eimmons
Liver lingular. This remedy is unequalled
lu the rum i.F niton i . i
breath, sick headache and bilous complaints.
The ri'ioiluhir iu fr...i r. i
-r. - " UUIII Uliy IIU1IUUB
luecurinl substance: not iliunr..,.ar',i fan
bo taken at any tinio without interfering
.,... i . . ,. -
"on ousiness or n ensure, if u imni e
biiiu nun b goou digester.
A l'opular Tonic
KOII WKK UJNUS A NO CONKL'MII ION
iNo tirciiaralion ev..e iinr.,.1. ... I ... !.,.
American public, for the relief and curcof
v-iuKiis, i.oi.is, note Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
v.umunipuon in tun incipient or advanced
Ktiii'tH of the dise..is.i I ,.v..r .. ,,i,
, 1 llieL Willi IIIU
indorsements of physicians or patients as
on: ecu-orated I oiii, jock and Hye." Tho
repeated and continued nuIcs of the article
JVrrywheio lire the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and it-sliinoiinln fri.iiii.vi.rv
quarter of the country, attesting tho stim-
nl.. tit,.. : i i ...
u.HiiiiK, ionic u:ui iteming ellccts, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can bo
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader of its intrinsic, viiim.u Fn,ii,.
commendation is unnecessary ami super-
M tnai oi tins article, having a
pleasant taste and nereenliU tln,,r i.;ii
satisfy all those who are alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of there
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Kock
An.1 IK. . I t ll .... '
nun iiye. lJIICgo I lines.
Allen's Ur.lill Food t.OSltlVelv r.lireu nerv.
ousuess. nervous debilitv. and all wenWneaa
of generative organs. . 5 for f . All
dru-;gists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave.. N. Y. K..ld ;,,
C'ai: j by Hurclay Uroe.
( to Paul C. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Hv CH. For ltriirlitnl.ua m.il
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from a to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price lSceuts.
The breath becomes "void of nftVnan "
when contaminated with deevinr nr im.
pure teeth if Sozodout, tbe national beauti
tierol badly furnished mouths in niud va
tenia tically. It institntcs a speedy reform
of those conditions favorable to dental de
cay, such as the corrosive action ol acid
impurities fermenting iin,m thn i..mn.i
surface, the destruction of tbe enamel by
tartar and the injurious influence of tobac
co. Polish (l.iilv and after nionln if
An Ola Friend.
He was afllicttd with a lame back and
generally debility; be was recommended
inomas' tclcctric Oil which cured him at
once. This famous sneeifir iu a n;tit
remedy for bodilv Itnill. I 'fall I (1 Hrlillh
Geo. Meredith. Jersev Citfr. wriloa. "Tho
SprillL' BlogSOin VOU SCIlt inn hna hnd tho
happiest effect on my daughter; her head -
ucuo auu depression oi spirits has vanished.
She is again able to go to school, and is as
uveiy us a cricKet. i snnlt certamly re
commend it to all my friends. Price 50
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G.
Du. Kline's Gukat Nekve Kkstoiieb is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Scud to 'JJ1 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Bnptist minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
1 was lor many years a sufferer from quinsy;
"Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured me." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, aud Thomas'
Eclectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
timeit will cure seven tinicsout of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cuugh, ami if any ono will take a
small teaspoon and half till it with the Oil,
and then place the cud of the spoon in one
nostril and draw tho Oil out of the spoon
into the hood by sniffing as hard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that twice a week, I don't care
how offensive their bead may he, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness and earache it has done wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is the only
medicine dubbed pateut medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to see it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not be without it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. P. Chank, Cony, Ta.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
TiikColoii and Li'tiTKE ok YuL'TH are
restored to faded or gray hair hy the use of
i (truer s llttir fSalsani, a harmless dressing
highly esteemed for its perfume nnd purity.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indued. This
nunc can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when ono is sorely atllictcd
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail
A single tr.al alwajs proves our assertion.
They tire pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents u buttle. Sold by G.o. E
O liars. .(2)
Dyspki'sia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
bo cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which givu healthy activity to tho
eutiru Bystem. (3)
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bu given somo eutcrprlseing man
in Turn ui'MiK'NN Building, which is now
oll'ercd for sale on ensy terms, ong tinio
and low rnto or Interest. Tho building
lifts rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars pur month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a tlireo story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a frontago or 60
feet on Washington
- - . O - vaw W 1 JSJV
Uth strtiet. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, In tho 2 story building
will b sold with it. For particular od
dress this office, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
B?aPa?irtn,.'' pi?' ''"'""t'l" ' Iron. Peruvian
ffiii, . "' """' Knilorar.1 by lh Medical
L-7i-V"' r '''"t'l by them fr lya.
rVllim ?.V,r Y '".'' fcrwua Proa
and I lirnnlr 4 iilli, uu ftwr. User v.-a
every purpoB whero a l5iu to wSis!
lusJadanl by The Br. Barter Medicine Co, St. Unit
!:,Mi'r Ter aJ tc,umo-
47nlfraim.iinn. .1...- . I
. ,, "r monini aco I rtrgan the
Ote of I)k. II aim kh s Ikon Ionic iinon tlm iu.
Jlre of many f, ,.,, W. kurw Ita virtue" 1 wis
A vH flf V;'";',1 "' 1 bunlunaome to me.
ilrf in i """" "' not itlvo me much ro
lirt, Di l on tho ton rary, was Tolloweil h n.
"' ihiiVihiih. Atu";
whlrh iVr.i , -r '"""''" 'I'm"-, from
aiill n . ,1al,"""t Imnirillals Slid wonrterfnl
mJ natiirRl i . 1,1 '""V " :l"n,t,,i 1
CX??,J iff . ''.a:e. "X n"1. P"nni.itly ahatcd. I
ill uavado, , i J i.i .". w,c Vm;' K,nre ""I"
raar Will, il . ' " ' " ""UlllS 1118
.r..;i oi oioml-iii never Iwrora
lloal gratftmn you r
Troy, O., Jn. 1, 1878. ' 1'iiaiur t Uru'tlin Church.
IrC.lahu rinifft.l. n i n . p-
-.-6i.naiiu umiorw umen tvarywhara
This ftoblc and cmarlnted. kiitler'tur rn.m dv.
p-t-palaor lndlKOBtion tn any for, Kru advised for
Ibe lake of thfirnwn hortilv and mental comfort,
lo try Hoatt'tte:' Htomacu Hitter, hadlea of the
inl delicate conatitutlon l.-tify to tin harmlea
and Itsn-storatlve protierlh-s. Phvsiciaus every
where srescrihe It us tUenaffHi and moot reliable
of all stoniacbir.ii.
For ealc hy all Drunulata and dealers Rencrally.
Indian Blood Syrup.
U Iii'hpepslii, l, vi' r DIs-
esses. Fever ami Aiftte
S 11 linn. ... I. . n. I...
..... mm. i inni, IMIIIISV,
iiew, Nervous Dt'Lilliy
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
J welve Tliousiiiid Bottles
Sohl Since 1870!
'I'hls Svrnp poa;s(.i viirlcd properties: It mim
. S WUd in the allva, which convert
tno starch and suoar of tho food Into cIiicohh. A
deflcleucy In ptyalino cane wind andotirinR ol
the food In the aunnach. If the niedlcl-.s u
IsTrevent'ed' " l"C fur"'l,ut,ltioD I'M 1
It acts upon the Mver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Howels,
It Purities the Mood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Pruitiiitt's Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old hlnoil and makes New,
It OpetiR the purrs of the Skill and Induce.
.hi' .Ilo,l.!,rai1.;?"i.tbu ht'"tfy tamt, or polaotun
the ! nod, which Renorates Scrofula, KrvlpelaH.
and all manner of Skin Diseases nud Internal hn-
Tli.'re lira no spirit employed lu It manufacture
and it i an hu taken hy the niont dolicalu hahu.or hy
lltdirecil;:'"0 r,!""ird 111
(Jnlva, Henry County, Ills.
I wasaiitTerlnif from Sir k Headache ami Di.nl
ness so that I could not attend In my liouaehold du
tlea, and a nhort trial of Dr. t.'lark Johmioo's ludl
an Blood Syrup effectually cured me.
AIHS 11KI.KN RLKtNS.
V'alcrman Station, DeKalli Co., III.
T,lr I- to certify that Dr Chirk Johnson's Indian
Hlood Syrup ha cured me of Pain In tho Hark. It
le a valushle medlcluo. MltS WOOD.
Centre IIIU, While Co., Ark.
This t to certify that 1 was amicted with Palpi
tatlo; of tlm Heart for many years I tried dlllir
ent doctor, whose prescription tended tnuro to
weaken me than they did lo Htrenethen. I ai IhM
y'iu,??? John-o. Indian Blood
Synin, which t rnved o ho a punitive cure-not on
y curing the Heart Disease, (,ut also a btck Uea
ach which had boon Iroubllmj mo.
MRU MARY A. NKAL.
. ' v . ,w",:'i iiiunirn uaimiinoui-
e ne from onr hnaf t '"r
S .I....i. i 7, ""y'"' 4 vooiuiuucuii naini
Dr. .inhinon a Indian II Mod Svrnn. ml..h,rt .,i-T
curodms. T. W. HIHlNU. Mnio,.. in
Thla Inrllllii. Ik.. 1 . . ...
w .V;i. . u 'e m oi uyspopaia.
Too much cannot he said In oral of It.
W. K. WIMMh U R...tr.,nH Mn
a A!! T. Moi for "i" "l of the Indian Blood
;nt. Particulars given on application.
UbratorvTT Wast Sd at., K.T. C '.'
A IleIaId sj
si M.fl is
J U 1 UK)
11 i na mill aaiaaaaSaiiaaajiiuL
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consimietl Annually.
li H, sore : liroilt. Iiroiirliitla. asthma, nil II lit mi In fn ii.in ... ..si j . i j
B .. i " ,, , -l'Jlltjf
' " n' biiu i u ii .
Balsam of Tolu
hill It hfis never been so advantageously rnmi,nunild
am i un i -uujju onn nvvn reflrVt'O,
J he j oj u. KOCK and it YE CO.,
Vj, , . r " v,"., a...,.,ieuirs,n mver street, Chicago, I . .
-LP ltY IKFOUIMT8, GUOCEKS AM) DkaLEIIS KVKUYWIIEKE.
, ..,, .i,,tu,lV, Wrrll, oo, .r
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
ki. i I"...
('iit'ueehylliu Ili ver Song A l hn IMfusi, .f 40
Vi. i.'-im.. ..vno J-?''".". 30
' " " ' . "v i..iov l.iriiuicK.
e I. iltr Hud ((iLiilet Siti.irt
'1 lie 1, 1. vi i,' I'.iirwell -(Jiiiutet . W. It
l!ie:ht I. vi ; W ill, l iuwcll
'hieeii nl ll, ;1rt , ( iiiv.uie .IlieUleM.'
Heel Mini I'll,, (i.ilup lour lliimls Ki nder.
New YiiirV ;m linif 1'olk.i ... KiM-nhorn.
Von steiihen's (,uml M.ireh IWIn.
''..I.. I .. . a ...
. . .... a 1 ii..ios, 1 anil i mai ei notl.n
Address: J. I . P FTP DC Sl.. t.
..... 1. -.-.w,wvi nviuiriiui oireui.ai, louis.
'-.'.'..1Y..hTT't IHTSON'S i'.t.n ions &. Send .,r our slr:il
N KW ADVEUTISEMKNTS.
ISt ml yi iij;
Will Kot vahi.ible informa
by sutidlng for circular to K. TOl'KJEE, Boston,
H 'TIMi'SJ "'"UVED HOOT UK Kit. iW
IL . . Pachne" makes 5gn!luuf a deli
clous, wbnli some, sparkling tompernnce bev
erage. Ask your drugKist, or sent by mall for 2rc.
C. h, HIKES. t:l n. Del a. Ave , Phtlada.
i0L'5r w.''!lk c"n ,l0 mrt!I In any locality.
y"vsomiMlnnif entirely new n'rat'ent. .i outfit
free. . W. IM.KAHA.M . f0.tkJloiton. Mas-'
$500 KEWABD !
Stu.lman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A kurely Vegetable Hlooil rurlfiur, and guaran
teed to cure W cases in H O, or money refurded
I ho above reward will 00 paul for a remedy which
will cure as many case of Malaria. Fever and Ague,
Dyspepsia, ltheiimntism. Catarrh, Liver and Kid
uev Disease. 41, UW bottles sold on ll merits,
without advertising, tn seven year. If billons
laugnld, and your ambitlou 1 gouo, life Is gloomy
1r one bottle. It will convince yon of its superi
ority over any oth';r remedy. J y,m have anv Hu
mors of the Skin or blood, fr uti whatever cause,
h s Elixir will euro it when all other remedies
have railed. Ask your druggist for It. Price l
and j:. A i'Jdollarhciitlosent by express Pre
paid. MT.ThyA. I. STILhMAN A CO., New
ork Circulars free. II. C. WILLAKU, Oen'i
Agent L . S. uud Canada. Troy, N. Y,
PARSONS' DIIDRXTIVr OHIO MAKE
rllood. and will eninpliitely chanss the hlood in t he n
lire system in three igontha. Annwrnon who will mko
. j i v."""," " a ww.asinay be roatoma
tonnund Imaltli, If siieh a tlitntr lis tinilile. Sold r
rrywliern.or sent by mail for H Inttor nlampa. I. H.
Jounsus & Co., Ikmton, Maim., furiuorly ISaugor, Me.
uY.i .7. uw aposttivd i ore lorull Dlschnrirn
Mr' t,,lw ,,nd Painf"1 B"ationi ?Sr"hs
Si O O por "o't'o. or sale by all druir-
Kist; or nnt li v Ex pre on 1 e-
reiplof i rlee JOHN D. PARK BON8
AI;,.X'u,n1,77 8VC""'"roHt. CINCINNATI'
OHIO, fleiiae mention thiaDttoer. a- '
Fur Sale by HAItl'I.AY IWtO'S. Cairo, IUIloI.
1)R irrrwi'io r.ocir
..... UM.,UU unrni
I Nerve Restorer
.... .....ii. unun.ioa
niLsasss. osi.v ,.as rent n,N NrRvs Arrxi-
Tll.. I'lT. 1'i.ai . I'L'.I . 1 (1 1 1. . . . .
.. ... ...,v.. I., ,P, mnon
as dirueied. Aur-Vaufrr frlinv'. Trsatia. t
12 trial buttle frno to Fit Caasi.tlmr payina; sipra.s
oharirm on li.i,wlin rimelvoil. Srnil tiAm.H.P o nml
..iiri l.ai.ir;;.of afflirM to Im KI.INK.'.OI Arch
St,.l'MI'l v .sVt ru.o;il. Hnrantil SVuuii
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lamo Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains
Are Muprrlor to all other Piaster.
Are Muprrlor to Tails.
Are Superior to I.lnlairnis.
Are Superior to Ointments or Halves.
Arr superior loElrctrlelly orfaJvanUat
They Act Immediately.
They 8tren(thea. ;"
They Relieve Pain at Once,
They Positively Cure.
P 1 1 IT I A IJ '""?' Capr ina roTOTa Plaa.
I .A 1 1 1 1 1 1 fl . tnr tan Imitated. Do
palm nil some
wri ar . . w . . . 1
not allow your druggist to
other Dlaater liavW a iimll..
youndlnff name. 8so that tbt word is spslltd
Vial s -Vr-a-" s. a it o w '
NUMB KKH1KDV VT LA HT7prieeli
fl Mr. ma aa Ji j nisi. . nT.V..Vu L!7?Jl?.
I BUD'S lldlcatod CORK tnd BUNION hjUTCI.
a I MmM I I IH HI! DQallin
I II y
Wll.-lllHll ll till
and all diirai ofths
Hna iilvniyn been nun of tho mot Important
weapons wielded by tho medical faculty
again! the Kiirrnachmunt of Coughs, Colds.
Ijroiich lis. Asthma, Sore Throat. C'onsiimn
lion In He ior.iini.nl unit ... 1. ...... ,i ...
an i ? 'he Ihrjiat, chest and lungs,
'"'m-i m uuiui up U9
only n.edicated article "made-
Pmprietors. 4 1 li.ver street. Chicaoo Til
, Vo.fpuM. Slnyla AV. SO el.
No. 2(Ncv7 Scries) Contains
I d he a Hod. rlly S..,.a f, t
It I. (ulille llir.U-.1' c; n T J?
.... ,, ,. T".o, . .. ... iimimi. 40
. ... ........ i...ivrn iniei t Uli.lnH,
I he t li 111. ...11 ,,r 1.
I hn c I ishersdii irii
Si:irkliii. Ileiuilv ji.iz
I'll lure t .Mils- llliu llo
Urn 1 iiei in M;in li-l niir H inds
Chiming Dills Pollia,,
on reei ipt of r: els., i.r four Mlr.Tillu f.ii. f.
Aiiem y fur C'lURB
il Price List.
NEW ADVE11TISKM ENTS.
And Kebates for Improvements.
tot map uud full puttie uUrs, address:
WILMS DKl MMONl),.lti ,"
hand CommlsaioLer, Milwaukee, wis
PER WEEK can he made lit auy locality.
nmrttfree. K ttM.AUAM CoTM
.-.."iei 10 g emin iv n,.w for L'eni. !s
YOUNG MKN H.yonwoittolearnTiileg'
,7.,; 7, YJ.., f'V Id a few month, am?
certain of a sltualion, address
A IIVKRTINKKM! send for our Meet 1,1st of Lo-
II. Logrand Gilbert & Co
W Broad St, New York.
action, mailed free; also lllnandal report
University of Virginia.
SUMMER LAW LUCTL'RES (nlno weekly),
beg n 1:1th July, ss.. and end l:)ih September
lave proved of signal use,- 1st. to sit Hunts 1 who"
t& ml 'UTlh ,,M"''"" .hi, or other Law
. Clio oi, to thine wi,o pronosolo read nrlvatulv
OFSVEKV irTHn nam... .n.
Rlflrs Shot fluii. Itevolvers, Ammunition
Ushlng Tai klr, Seines. Net. K,ve,?
I ..r'.Wl,.'Sa,.', "'' ks. etc; '
Liirba llliiHtrnte.l Catalogue i'KEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
"J0 ' ''"''"and Oentlemen. toenmura
Hsnitt Mauuntefg Co., Ilnx mis, Plttaburnh. Pa.
Swadlsh Insect Powdor Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
ltel I I' ! ,l y "terminate Roaches, Anti,
S,1 ' 1 '! 'Mobnirn mid Cotton Worniai
will not polwiti 1 niiimiilsor fowls. Saini.le puck-
! '' h' mini no ceui,, p., pUm"k"n.
t Ire.i liira fre... , , wJnt, A,t,
J.H. JOHKSTOW, Ptttabnrtth. P 7
A Now and l ompiutit Itotol. fronting on Leva
ovcoud and Railroad Stimuli,
' Oaiio. Ulinoia.
Th Pasisngnr l); n.it of the Chloaqn, St. Uuts '
W .low Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, Hi.
Louts and Paritloi lion Monnialu and Hnathrrnj
Mobile and Ohio) Cairn and Ht. Louis Itsiiwaya
are Ml Jnst acms th slrnei 1 while ths Uteamboai .
'"Vli'B ,mt 0M "I'tarM dlaUnt,
This Untul la heated by steam, has steam
Lanndry. Hydraullo Elevator, Electric Call Hole..
Automatlo FlrB-Alarms, Uatlis, absolutely pure air,
portiHit sewerage and wmplet appolntavnla. .
Hunorh furniihln,; purfscl serrlcs; aailatn
MoeUvdtahlt, , , . ; .
t P. FAliKicn Jte COaaeeMte
v vy ii iv j
U4S?Jil,.h,nds for 8810 vry cheap.
Catalogues free. Adiiress, RICHARD
III HULL I CI Box 808. Pittsburgh, pT
ii irir -srl'.':?.;V,