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and t hroiilrt hllla nnri Crirr, It nerve
CTury purput.u where it I onic 1h neccwary.
MamnVtiireJ by Tlie Dr. Ilarlcr Jlctlicitic Co., St. Louis.
The following In one nf t lie very many tcstlmo
blalu are receiving dally:
emlrmn Sonii' tlircc niniilhi ni'O I hrm tll6
DM Of UK. lUKTKIl'ri I IH iN 'I'liNle, limn tin' ad
lreof iimnr fi lends who kni w lis vlrlui s. 1 wai
ufTi'rliip fiuiii ei niTal it. I.llliy I., nu h an rxli'iil
tiiat niy lnbi.r aHi-x. i idlucli Imnlt nxoinc to mo.
A vacation uf a uionlli ill. I n.. ul. mo nun h re
Hi f, lint on tlio contrary, ns lollywed liy In
crraMd pioHlnitloii and clnkliy (IhIim. At this
tlmti I lieti'n tlirunu id yout Iiiiin 'I'dnic, hnui
tliMl I reunited uIiiiokI t im ii ii dlidc and wondei Inl
reaultn, 'I'lieolduni'iyy ii num. I nnd I (mind Hint
my natural force .tK not lnTiiiaiiently nliated, 1
Imve uttnl tim e iHiltlenor (lie'riiNIC Since uslnt)
U 1 have done 1 w h e the lalmr lliat 1 ever did In Dig
amt lime during my IIIikb, and nlih di.nlilu the
rue. Willi the. Iian.iill nere and lior of body,
Laacomu al"o a cl .'ii n. n of ihoiii'lit never li. lore
enjoyed. If thv '1'nMU liaii not (..nu Uiv voik, 1
iuow but wuat. I rive H the ereillt.
J. r. WATsoSf,
Troy, O.i Jan. 2, 187H. l'aalur ClirlBilaii Church.
'fSle by Dmcglsts and General Delors Every when
It l ttiu CoiiTiltrelil t. Ullnov ol tlieiilillc uml
till) luuillcul iiriifmi-loii. Hint 1 1 om tell cr Stii'Ti ill
liltti'mlra iii'ilu lue w lit. Ii m ill, vexrepiiltii ppin il
tly It'll. tlinriniKli anil lii'incti lleHlilcH rerlliylui;
ltviittllaorilor.lt luvluoriiHo. I he leelile, eniniuer
kldueyaiiil liladder i.uni,lnlnu. ulll lni-lnn tli..
touvalepcelire of tlmro rcc.ive;lin.' frntn enh elilin
rilneai-ei.. M. reover It Ik the irnud hieellie t it
fever anil atom,
Kot aale hy all llriiui'lid" nnd deiih r k nerally
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vintiin nf yniithlii! Iiiiiiniili'iiee riiH"i," 1'riTna
Itiro Inn-ay, Nervoim lklalny, Uvt Munhoi-I, de.,
tTliilri.d iiivuin nvi ry ku..n . n,.,lv. m dm
oovridaHin,pi.iilit'iiif, Hhnli h.. .ii . j , . i i't:i i;
til lilt fillow-Hiln i th. ticl, It- rn .1, ifl. r I l
OS 1 lull lui III K-l.. ..
,',Tp, FREE !
A favorite prwrliitlnn ,,t of thu
moat notMl and anrrtwnriil r...Tili, n , ( H
I now ri.tlrwli lor IhiTiireof Krrruum Iti hilHu.
f,mt Mn-hmiKt, IIh. and Iti-eau, m.u
fciplIUinnti."liVuloH'rrr, DniKHlntaiaii till IL
Addru DR. WARD 4 CO., Louliiana. M
IN MY ENEMY'S HOUSE.
Travelling inu'i) neiir Mosetitv, I
iliatii't'il lo iiici l N. lvtrtiviteli, nn old
etillett eliiiin. After wonio merry talk
over mir senties uml ml ventures of
former flays, lie entreated nut to neeoin
iany liim to tlio Imiin) of his friend,
itamn St :ili ill, nt a place nliotit ten inile.s
distant, inldiii, liy tlie WHy of persua
sion, ".Maltill' is a tine, open-hearted,
pviMToiis, liopitalile fellow just stielt H
man its you wuuld like to meet, lie
told im' to Itriiio; with mu as in;,ny
fiii'iul.-i as posilii-. t'ouie; wo will be
there iihiiut a week. I t an promise you
a very aoifealde visit."
Alllmtili a si ranker to the baron, as
I then tlitiiiolit, 1 yielded to my fHeiid's
reijuest, and we took the afternoon train,
in-riving at Staloll'latn in the day. Tint
baroness reeeived u.t eriiciouslv, reret
tin; that the baron was uuavoidablyal)
sent until dinner.
rnnetiially at seveini'diwlv my friend
mill I entered the inanilieeiit dining
room. Theift was just time for a hasty
introduction to the host before wo took
our scats; we were about twenty itt ta
ble. "What is the matter with you?" whis
pered l'etrov itch. "You look so fright
ened; have you seen a ghost ?"
"Frightened! 1 may well look so, in
deed! I am frightened. your line,
generous, opcii-liearli'd baron is my
deadly enemy, than whom I wuuld rath
er eiieotinti'r a thousand ghosts. I will
tell you all about it ntier dinner."
Afier an uncomfortable diitner, I suc
ceeded iti limling an opiorlunity to
speak to l'el roviteh in private.
'That niitn and 1 were once friends,"
said I, "hut tlie old story - we both ad
mired the same girl. That made tlio
lirst breach bet wiTti us. lie proposed
to settle the matter by a sword. I easi
ly disarmed him. She jilted both of US
for .il, and manvd l'avluvski, of the
dragoons. Two tears later the i same
thing happened. 'u fought, again. I
wounded li i in severely, and he swore
fearful V'tigcaneu upon me. lint she
liiurried l;itn, am! is his present wife.
J lejt !iow lu. he beci.tnu 'Haron
StalolV?' When I knew him ho was
merely (Iregorie Altoll'."
"His uncle left him this property last
year with his name. He wisely took
"If I had only known it! The man
hates nio, and sees me present myself
at his dinner-table. How soon can I get
"Not to-night, I inn sure. If you fear
any treachery, come spend the night in
my room. Hut, really, the common rules
"(), I don't believe in hospitality, wlien
it conies to a man of his nature, lie has
hoard 'Macbeth,' nnd may imitate him
not for ambition, but to satisfy his
"Well, I will speak to the servant,
ml have your bags removed tomy room
'Thanks, old fellow."
This evening passed by means of nni
k'ic and cards. The baroness was charm
ing, the Im rt.m tlid not appear. Late in
the evening my friend letl, tin receiving
a message from tint baron to join him.
Half an hour later a lackey made asign
to me from the floor. I tin ned to him.
"I am come, sir. to hand you this
"I am to spend the night in my
"Yes, sir, but a larger room has been
prepared for you two gentlemen when
ever you are ready. Sir, I urn at your
service to show you the way to it,"
"I nin ready now; go on, I will fol
low." I followed him, as lump in hand
he went up a long, winding staircase
and along a. narrow corridor until wo
reached what seemed to bo a sort of
tower. Here, in a broad space, where
were several doors, he stopped. 'Isui
pose this part of tlie house is not occu
pied?" '(), yes, sir, it is all occupied. Your
oom is one of the best. This is it,"
lie opened thodoorof the largo apart
ment. On one side near a largo, old
fashioned bed 1 saw my travelling-bag.
"Your friend is here, probably," and ho
Willi tht! key in one hand and the
lamp in the other, I advanced to the
fireplace. There was no lint; but ono
single candle stood on the mantel. This
I lighted, but the darkness and gloom
seemed impenetrable, "l'etrov itch is
not here," thought 1. as I threw myself
into an immense arm-chair to wait for
him. "What can delay him?"
I sat there until midnight. Still ho
did not come. Housing myself then, I
thought I heard the rati ling of a chain.
"The fellow is somewhere here. What
else, could make a Iio'im
tiitctlv heard a regular
Then I dis
must have fallen asleep somewhere. I
will look for him." So lamp in hand I
proceeded to explore the room. I reach
ed further away than I had thought.
I heard the chain again.
What was my horror to behold,
stretched at full length, fast asleep, be
side his open cage, a splendid tiger. The
chain attached to his collar hung loose
ly to the ground; ho was free!
1 rushed lo the door - it . was locked on
the outside; to the w indows - they were
enormously high from the ground!
There wtts no escape for mo. There was
the treachery I feared. This must he
the trap of the generous, hospitable
luii'on! To call or make a noise! might
bo useless, and would certainly arose
the animal. I had no pistol with mo,
hut I carefully and without any noise
piled the chaiis in one corner, to servo
as mi iiinliiili. reserving a stout little
oiitt as a weapon of defence. Then 1
sat flown, keeping my ccs on him, Ho
lay eat-like, opening occasionally his
drowsy eves, .sotitel inies giving his ciior
motis head a shake. liy degrees his
sleepiness scented t,, pti.-.s away, and
with a flight ful yawn he raised himself
up and advanced toward me,
lie pau .ed for a moment, and, raising
his lieail, he Mitillnd the tur, as if sus
pieious of the presence of an hit ruder.
With a emu I he couiinucd to advance
cautiously, as if on his guard against a
foe who-c strength he was ignoiTiit of,
A few steps discovered me to him. am
with a growl of rage he crouched as if
for a f.tlitl spring, While I awaited lit
terror the b at lul f.iie which would bo
oil lite ill It few seconds, I could not help
luuuriiig the cm;onivi' beauty of tuu
CA1UO IWU.KTIN: TIIUItSOAV MOHWNtl, JULY
htiliniil whose splendid stripes of hint k
on his brown ami orangfl skin, ntid glar
hiir eyeballs, as he lushed his sides with
his tail, made him a perfect study. Tint
ituivering movement of his body toMJno
that in a moment I would bo torn to
pieces without a chance of defence or
escape. I closed my eyes for a second,
and as I opened thcni ho raised himself
ami stood with his head turned toward
tlio door. Was any one coming to save
mo? I listened in vain for a footstep.
Suddenly the soft music of a guitar
broke upon tint stillness.
My lirst impression was that it meant
another trick of tlio witty baron, but to
my intense relief tlio tiger, with a purr
of satisfaction, laid himself down against
the floor in an altitude- of attentive list
ening. Hour after hour passed away
as the music continued without a mo
ment's cessation, and his highness, tlio
tiger, remained subdued uml quiet in
his evident enjoyment of the sounds.
This lasted until' daylight, when tlio
tloor was suddenly opened, uml a man
entered, armed with a heavy whip and
a carbine. This was tho tiger's keeper.
At sight of him it crept lazily into iu
The secret of this door," said he, "is
known to the baroness ami myself
I lost no time in escaping from my
prison, and soon reached the other part
nf tho house. I found l'etrovitch wan
dering about in search of me. I told
him what had happened. '! must leave
tho house at once, ' said I.
"Stay to breakfast. Lot the baron
see that you are alive ami well. I shall
enjoy his surprise."
1 did stay to breakfast. Tho baron's
yellow face turned green at tho sight of
mo. The baroness tlid not appear. Af
ter n month I heard of the baron's sud
den death. I called on the baroness.
She had known of the horrible design
on my life. It was by her influence tlwtt
the servant who coiilided his suspicions
to her was induced to spend tlio night
playing on tlie guitar, she having known
that wild animals arc tamed by musical
sounds. She is now my w ifo. The tiger
has been placed in a menagerie. I hope
they will lie as good to him as ho was to
me, and will feed him well, as I escaped
A waggish looking man stepped into
an elevator of a Chicago hotel, the oth
er day, ami remarked to tho only pas
senger: "This is the longest ride to bo had in
Chicago for two cents!"
"1 say you can't get so long a ride
as this "anywhere else in Chicago, for
two cents," lie repeated a little louder.
"Yes, two cents."
"You blamed fool, you don't supposo
you have to pay for rifling iu this ele
vator!" "I didn't say I tlid. I only remarked
that it was the longest rido you can get
in Chicago for two cents; stop here," ho
exclaimed to the colored boy as ho reach
ed tho fourth floor. "Yes, sir, I said
two cents, ascent and descent seo tlio
point, eh! (loud luorniu'." Vldcwjo
"Now Well ami Strong."
Dr. H. V. I'icrco, Htitl.tlo, N. Y.: Dear
Sir I wish to state Hint my daughter,
ngod 18, was pronounced incurable and
wits fust failing as tho doctors thought,
with cocsuniptinii. I obtained a lntlf deun
bodies of your "(Johlcn Medical Discovery"
for In r nnd she commenced improving at
once. cry truly yours,
Ukv. Isaac Aimi's-im
"Discovery" sold by druggists.
A Washington correspondent says: 1
met Tom F.disoti, the electrician, on
Pennsylvania avenue the oilier day. Ho
had run down from New York to look
nfler his patents. He is looking well,
and is just as awkward and ungainly us
ever. There has been a trreat ileal of
nonsense writ ton about Kdisou, as there
always is about every man who springs
into fame with a bound.
"Stock" (irilliu, Fdison's private sec
rotary, once told mo a funnily charac
teristic story of tins manner in which
Kdisou came to got married. The idea
was first suojrosleil by an intimate
friend, who made the point that ho
needed a mistress to preside over his
big house, which was being managed
by a housekeeper and several servants.
1-daresay the idea had never occurred
to him before, for bo it known ho is tlio
shyest and most bashful of men, but ho
seemed pleased with tho proposition
and timidly impi'ircd whom ho should
marry. Tho friend somewhat testily
replied "unyono;" that a man who had
so little seiiiimeul in his soul as to ask
such a ipiestioti ought to bo satislied
with anything that worn a petticoat ami
was decent, and concluded by saying:
"There are a number of nice girls em
ployed in jour factory over yonder;
they aren't "especially mimed or culti
vated, I must confess, but they are re
spectable, and that is the main consid
eration, after all."
Kdisou looked them all over, and, af
ter making his selection, put the iuos
tiou plumply to her. It was Kilisnn's
way of doing business, but it embarrass
ed the young lady all the Name. Slto
asked limo lo consider, ami Kdisou
granted her a week. At the end of that
time she accepted him, ttud they wore
married without delay. They hint de
cided to visit the New Knglaud states
and 'Cumulus, and make unite an ex
tended tour. As the bridal party drove
to tho station they jiasscd Mi labora
tory. Turning to' his wife, Kdisou ex
cused himself for u few ininnte.i, saying
there were soino mailers that needed
his attention, and that ho would bo at
tho station in time, for tho train. Tho
train canto ami went and so did several
others, but no Kdisou, The bride, who
knew his peculiarities, linnlly drove
back to tho house, ami waited her liege
lord'B iileastiro. She never saw him
again lor forty-eight hours. Immersed
in some idea that had suddenly occur
red to him, he became oblivious to
brides, honeymoons, or anything else,
Yoi;no and middle nged men, uireriiiu
Irom nervous debility and kindred affoc
tions, as lfts of nioiiti'ory and hypochon
dria, should inohmo three slumps for pint
VII of World's Dispensary Dime Setieg of
pamphlets. Addreu World's DiepciuMry
Medicil Awociutiou, HulTulu Y.
Can't (ict It.
Didbetes, UiioJil's Disease, Kidney.
Ui nutty or Liver Complaints cmiuot bo
contracted by you or your family if Hop
Il'ttnrH are used, anil if you already have
any of Iheso diseases Hop Hitters is the
only medicine that will positively euro you
Don't forget this, and don't get some putted
up Bluff that will only harm you.
A Combat in (Yncinnati.
Tho heroic little jackass which twice
repulsed a raging lioness in single com
bat at t he Zoological (ianlen on the 2-1 tli
of last March died recently of the wounds
received in tho encounter. This little
jackass vindicated his race front tho in
justice of the literary similes of all ages.
In classical literature, iho royal family
of the lion looks upon the ass with con
tempt, and wit found a ridiculous hu
mor in the notion of the us as a lighting
animal. Hut this lioness was excited to
tierce rage by the sight of the little jack
ass. She bounded through the bars of
her cage and with her ponderous jaws
sci.od the jackass by tho Hank. With
great self-possession ho reached for tho
back of the lioness w'ith his teeth ami
gave her such a grip that she was glad
to let go and slink away. After such a
royal encounter tho jackass was in no
moot I to be seized again by the halter.
On evading tho pursuit of the anxious
attendants the jackass again came in
the vicinity of tho lioness, when she
bounded for him again, anil he met her
with his heels, and sent her rolling down
a gully. Hut her first assault upon him,
when unsuspecting, wounded him cruel
ly, and after this long lingering, ho ex
pired. Cincin nati Uazcllc.
Chrome Looseness of the Bowels
results from imperfect digestion. The cause
lies in the torniditv of the liver. A remilar
" l - - rj
habit of body can bo secured by taking Sim
mons Liver Kemiiator to aid ingestion, to
stimul tte the dull and sluggish liver and rid
tlie system of excessive and noisnnous bile.
The Regulator corrects acidity of the stom
ach, cures dyspepsia anil pennnnently
creates regularity of the bowels alike free
from laxity or costivetietB.
"I have never seen or tried mill a simple,
rml . j 1 .1 .... i 1 . .
ctlieacious, Bans actor V huh nieasani remeuy
in niy life as Simmons Liver Regulator."
'II. Hainku, St. Louis, Mo."
Don't Throw up the Sponge.
When suffeiing humanity are enduring
tho horrors of dyspepsia, indigestion, or
nervous and general debility, they are too
often inclined to throw up the sponge and
resign themselves to fa'e. We say, don't
do it. Take Burdock Blood Hitters the un
failing remedy. Price l.O0. Paul 0.
When There's a Will There's a Way.
Anyone who has tho will to try Thomas'
Eolectric Oil will surely find tho way to
robust health, iu cases of bronchial Atlec
tioii9, soro throat, pains, etc.; and as an
internal remedy, it is invaluable. Paul (i.
Ino. Bacon, Laporitr, Iud .writes: "Your
'Spring Blossom' is all you cracked it up to
be. My dyspepsia has all vanished; why
don't you advertise it; what allowance will
you make it I take a dozen bottles, so that
I could obliiro inv friends occasionally?"
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
0. Schiih, Agent.
When you aro continually coughing
night and day, annoying everybody around
you, and hoping it will go aivny of its own
accord, you are running a dangerous risk
better use Dr. Thomas' Kola-trie. Oil, an
unfailing remedy in all such cases. Paul
(J. Schult, Agent.
Mr. North Bates, Elimra, N. Y., writes:
"About four years ago I bad an attack of
bilious fever, ami never fully recovered.
.My digestive organs Were weakened, and I
would bo completely prostrated for days.
After using two bottles of your Burdock
Blood Bitters the improvement was so
visible that I was astonished. I can now,
though (il years of age, do a fair and rea
sonable day's work." Price $1.00. Paul
U. Schuh, Agent.
Fright ful Misery.
Mr. Win. Pumeroy, Bangor, Me., writes:
"I have Tor along time suffered from con
tinual constipation, making my life a
misery, ami causing headache and frightful
crimps. Mr. Thomason, who has been
lately visiting in Buffalo, induced me to
try the Spring Blossom. It has perfectly
ciind me." Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
Don't forget the f.ict, when you visit
New York City that the (S rami Central
Mitel has beeu thoroughly refitted and re
fuinitihed from top to bottom, ami that
prices are only ifll.OO hikI $3,50 per day for
hoard and room. 200 rooms on European
plan at $1.00 and upwards per day, also a
good restaurant attached.
Lo- idlest Among tlie Lovely
is she who renews or preserves the beauty
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most effective preparation for them. Vol
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means of invigorating the teeth and render
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not less satisfactorily proven, is its balmy
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A (lOOI) BARGAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing man
iu Tub imu.kTiN Building, which is now
oU'ered for sale on easy terms, foiig time
and low rate of interest. Thu building
has rented for thu past year for
lll'ly to sixty-two dollars per mouth.
The property consists of 4 hits, and two
brick buildings - a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10x41. II is a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12lh street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, vie, in the 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ollice, or Jol n II Olnrly, Bloom.
On to Paul 0. Schuh lor Mrs. Frectnan'M
New National Dyes. For brightness and
ditribility of color aro linefualed. Color
I'roin 2 to 0 pounds. Directions lu Knglish
and Qurmuu. Price 15 cents,
Lynn, Mass., alway was a good place for
health, but it has become a modern HotlioN.U
since Mrs.LydiaK. I lnkliiun, of 2M West-
crn avenue, nuulo net e,,.t discovery oft ho
Vegniiilde Compound, or panacea lor the
jtmicii;d ills ihai mnvi tho fair creation.
This dill' is, In. v. v i . l o in tho ancient scene
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over the world.
"Limisi v's lii.oi'i)Sic.ttciii:ii"- -tho great
medicine for , vi-i aiel a;;iic, iiiiiliu ii, and all
blood pni'on. Don't fail to use il.
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as above. N. IL No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
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Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
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The Howe scale took first premium at
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hibitions. Borden, Sellcck & Co., agei-'s
St. Louis. i'ji
Never hive Pp.
If you are sulloriiig with low ami d'
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
di biiiiy, disordi'ied blood, weak constnu
tion, In it'bu he, oi any disease of a bil ott"
nature, by all means procure a bottle o!
Elcctiit: Bitiei. You will bo surprised lo
see the rapid improvement that will follo.v;
you will be inspired with new lifcjstretigd.
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
iu the pr.ti.se of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by heo. K. O il tr.i. (.. i
Millions hiven Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the largo size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits pot-scsscd by the
wonderful medicine. Cull at George E.
()'IIais Diug St no and get a triul liottle
free, nnd Iry for yourself. It never fails to
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, use Parker's ILiir Balsam. It restores
tho youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the scalp.
A Cough. Cold or fore Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect freipientl re
Hial t s in an Incurable Lung disease or ou
suiiiptiun. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, ami
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give peifett satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well -merited rank mining the few staple
remedies of the nge. Sold at !i5 cents a
"How do you manage," said a lady to
her fiit-nd, "to appear so happy all the
time';" "I alwajn have Pai iter's (linger
Topic handy," was the rt ply," ami thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I mil well I alwaj.- feel good naturcd.
See other column.
A Popular Tonic
KOUW KVK M'.NfiS AM) f'ONSUMl'l ION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, tor the relief and cure of
Coughs, (Jolds, Soto Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs fir
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of (he iliseuse, has ever met with the
indorsements of phys icians or patients as
thu celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
icpcated and continued sales of tho article
everywhere ure I hit best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and tcstimonals from every
quarter of 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 of its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who aie alllieted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Kim k
nnd Bye.- Chicago Times.
Du. IC link's Cheat Nkuvu Restokeh is
the marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases,
All fits stopped fiee. Send to ICR Arch
street, Philadclpia, Pa.
To regiilufo the liver, stoimich, nnd bow
els all you need is "Sellers' Liver Pills."
Take them ami see.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of geneiiitivo organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 111 5 First Ave., N. Y. Sold iu
Cairo by lhrchiy Bros.
Static up Ii.ijnuih 1 Circuit C'tiurl of Al
vm. I'naniler County .
toCNTVoK Ai,t:XANnr.n ) In I'liitncery.
Ktii-milu Itilley ami I'yrlllu A. M urclitlilon
ileri'inliili Mrpntlel, Kllxiihi'tli Vi Dittilul, Mucus K.
(Iniiiliimn anil .tninea Honey,
lllll to Korui'loau Mortmain!,
rtilillc moire lu reliy kivcii llud. In iiirimtirt)
nf a ili'iToo iiiinln anil eiitnreil liv mid court In
the alt vn eiilltli'il i'hiihi', nn tie. '.'ilia ilnv ui' May,
A. 11. tss j, , t Im iiiiderMntii'il, tmialur In t'liauocry
of the Kiililciiurl, will. im
MUNIIAY, HIE ami DAY 01' .1I1.Y. IhHJ,
nt tli" Imtir id It iiYIoiIi III lliii liiri'limiii,
ill tlie mil li w-i durly ilnnrnl llnnourl Innisn in tin)
"'liy nf Cairo, I'liittilv nf Al' Xiiiiiler nnd ntnte nf
lllllinla, pell nt liiililic alli ttnii, In tin' hli'lient lilil
ili r, for cuhIi, nil uml rlnwtiliir, Hut fiillnvUiiK iltt
Krrtlieil pri iiiIhi' uml real eidiiln In nald ilerreit
niidit'n I. ell inite in iliu r.ou ty nf Alexainl'irai il
auto nf I II iitr.tr. or so much llii'tetif lis sliall Im
aiiltlf.li'tii to siillsly salil tli'iren, tu-wlt: Tlie minli
i"ist iUiirter nl (Im southwest quarter of sertliei
Thirty four ( III, 111 township iiutntieietl Knurtenii
(III, south uf rntii'i' Ivvn C.'t wesl iiftlm third prim
ripiil iniirlilliin, event III rim iieies lu ttiu twulli
west cnriuT nl su'd iiunrii-r si'rtion.
Dutud.Cal n, Illinois, July 1st. !SS
At.HX. It. I UV IN .
Master In ctiHucury,
Waltimi Waiiusm, Umi'lultiiH a solicitor.
Chills and Fever.
rlliuiiiidiH J.iv.-r Iti-gil'
dlior Minn lircaks li.u
chills uml en. rl a ths
fi ver nut ol tin svstmii.
I cures when all other
S ck Headache.
V r thu relief ui.fl curu
of tlilx illstressliiK llls
eiiM.. use .Simmons Liv
Tim Keu'i'latiir will positively c uru this t,flhle
disease,. We. assert eiiiilialli'ully whal voj know to
should iml he reearileil ns a trlllini; ailment . Na
ture iti'inuliils tint inmost MI'IiIhi II v (if the bowels.
I lii-refiii. u"'t luiliiie. hy taking N'linnons Liver
Keejilutor. It Is liaiinless, mild uml i flu tuu,
Ollf! or two tilhli'; ioiHlfllls Will lelll-V'J all thu
Ironliliis hiriileiit to a litlluns state, sut'li ns .Naiisi u
lliz.lness, Drowsliii..H, DI-lit-sF aller cnlmx, a hit
ter had tll.-le, In the inolltll
MAI jA 1 1 1 A.
Persons may uvoid all nltiiiks hy im r,isnimy
t nk I Ilk' a llose of Nlinrnnns Liver Kiyulnlor to keep
the liver in healthy aetloli.
uciieriilly arlsinn Ir no a diMirden d stoMinch, cuu
lie corrected hvtaLitu; siinmoin. l.tn r lieulalof .
.1 A UN I HOP).
Hummus Liver Heeulat r sunn erinlleiin s this dis
ease from the a. so in, leaving tli rkl.i clear mid
free from ull impuillies
ctiO'ln ii - fferliii; w lili colic soou experience rc
lii I h' i 'in i.ioiis Liver Keuuiiiior Is udminlsttr
id -Vino- i -ii ilcrivt treat bemilt fiorti this
ti.e-lli li -not unpleasant; it is harmless
in, 'I li c 1 1 I 'in cly VcjjUuhlu.
1 I ..A I I i:KiSc K1DNKYS
Mori ol t.i ill.-eases nt tip. Ill adder oriirlnaK' from
tlion- ol lie- lo-hi.iys. lti-rtore tho action of thu
titci li-iiy hi'.'l I. i.iili tho kidneys and bluO'ler will
f'Ti.ke onh He-'. -mi, lie, whlrli always 1ms nn
lie wrapper tl.e red Z triid-: mark and siKliuliire ol
.1. II.ZKI LIN fi CO.,
l'ot sale hy uli i!ri;i':'lsis.
MEDIC A I.
r:i stiffs ?.n ; ..A
r.i A e
If you suffer from dyspepsia, nse
nriMxK'K iti.oon iiitteus.
If yon arc afflicted with biliousness, tine
Cl'lUHM K I'.I.lKil) DITTEnS,
If yin arc prostra'cii with Kick 1 eailai k.-, take
IlI KlMit K DI.OOD HTTKliS
If your howe's aie disordered regulate tliem with
UCKI.fK K I I.OolJ III ITEKS.
If your blood Is lmtinr.., jm: ..' It With
IIVHlKifK P.I Oof) IttTIKKS
If yon liavu Indigestion, you will And an nutl'lote in
liriililK K lll.OOD litriKHS.
If you arc troubled with spring contpla nts, eradl
lcat.1 them wltU Ii I' It DOCK DI-Ool) IIITTEltS.
II your liver Is torpid restore Ii tn Lcalthy a Hon
witk lit'PDIH'K r.I.OOIl lilTl KRS,
If your llvor Is affected von will find a shnm restor
ailvnln llt lililiCK lU.OOii IU ITEKS.
ff yon have, any speeles of hiniior or pirupi ", fall
lioltotnku lil'ltDiif'K DI.OOI) IIITTEUS.
If you have ary slmiit'Ons of ulcrs or scrof'iloui
sores, a curativu remedy will be foniiu In
Itri'DOl'K r.I.fiO.'J IIITTEUS.
for InipurtiriC streni'lh nnd vitality to the sy-t-.-m,
notli!ti).'raii eina! lifKDncK I'.I.fiOit IIITTEUS.
For Nervous and lieiieml Debility, tone up tr,o
yst m wtiii m: it dock heood urn Kits
I'l.li l! 1 I'KIl HoTTl.K; Thiai. itoni.Ks, PhTs,
FOSTKK. MlLlR liN'iv CO., Prop'rs.
Bl'FFALO, N. Y.
For salt- hy I'Al'L (i. SCltfH. (Ji
Inventor! ff r-nall lllnl inntlmo
$ n moo nt it in loam, I'r-n ii--:i.i nmi
V3I htia-ka in fiiuy eiote.-t.-.l im nmtt
fcuv i xto'iniveaml iulii'iitini'ieri'..ii'd.
Our Hiii i'i-Hhliil, fully tneil, old es
,,.. t il'li-lied plun. Try Jt. iti'sirt
WHEAT "''lit wi'iklydividenils paid luintli
Iv. Si'tid at unco for nxnluiiHtorv
circulars ami past record, em.K.
1 live lends paid di'riliK past thirteen
inoiiUiH on ti.is iiml fiiii Tl in r
Khar.. Addresn ri.KMMlMl
.. MKKItnM.ltl Jt 143 LuSullo
STOCKS M..r.i..-B...iii. ,
mm miui n iiviii fit'i'Ob in
eviirv town Evcclleiit lndi'.ei
inetits. tiisul i.uv to u reiiM)iii;l-
nio. eiii. ipriHl man. wrilo lor
1 l'KANK TuOMKY,
AllKNT lOlt TIIK HAI.E lV
lUxTKU STEAM KNtilxK
1 on s uisc liiik'inc
and ifarinc Engines
KX(?IXKS A SPKCULTY.
VAUM KXOISES, MAC1IIXISTS'
OF ALL KlXriS, RKLTIXO,
Pulleys ami C-eiioral Supplies.
No. Ui, North Third Strciil,
Oingcr, llin.h;i, M "I-
uniKC, noiiiiiKi-i ";-
many ol tna iksi ninu-rim-,
known nra din.
Iiincd in I'nrkcr'sOinct'ii
Tonic, lnti innlicinc
f im h viuicil poworj, an
to ni.iua It tint K"'n-cl
1 line, I l'linimr nnu 1 10
lleHt Henl f Ii t Kf.rpiml Ii
Host ore r Krer Card.
It cure Kheiiin.itiim,
Tim rut, Cli-nni'd, anil
Mini Enm.iinlisl I lrlr Urmt
ln. Ni-r lll. Ui rialnni III.
Slccplcjncsn, & diicaeiw
ol till) M111n.11.il, linwcH,
I.uiics, I -ivi r es Kulncvi.
Ilirv 1, I'.inuT Ehtieiicci
nnd L.her Tonics, ni It
t Co.. Cliemlata, N. Y.
Sk.Iiik HiivIiik n.ilr Slw.
CI1IUI Mor w aiy I'-'n