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The fullowliir li one uf tin: very mtny tctlmo
t!U c mt rcci 1 1 il illy:
(imtlrm'n - Sriinr llin i' iniiiitlin uyn 1 rr!in tlie
line t'f Oil. II Mil KIC'M III" i l . 11 J K -II till' SlW
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luy ii:ilural l.iri'i' w:im lint in'iiniiiii nliy uliiili il. 1
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paint llmi' 'I'iiIhk in y Hint mill " 1 1 li il"lilii: the
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Troy, 0., Jan. i', 11.78, i'ltnf in 1 tn tntiail ('lliireh.
5lf by Piugg'!' nj Gfiicral Ouilers Cverywhrr
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f VIT Kill) B;'l!l
Kor ruin hv Uru .'IhU hii'1 (limit re i't iii'mily.
LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vintlm (if yoiitMul tiuiini.li'iwi. mi' it'i' I'reiiik.
tare ln-nv, Niirvoim Is Imliy, i,,)v,t M,,i tim-l. i ii
Kl tl? I Ml '1 111 Vaill CMTV fct.-iv Tl I'M, -if, 1,4 a ,m
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1 lieiliiim ki
KLmA a fivorll pri'itrrlptliin tit nno nf llm
mMt ikiImI mid iirr.ufnl n-nlu tn Uk- C. s,
inow rmriNji fur tliooiirwof A'wrrana UrbiHtv.
M !. MfcllPiiil ltrrnu. r,,
it jiIhiu luu ou vlinTit. DnnKim, um no tl.
M4ru DR. WARD CO., Uwiim, Mo.
Eu HTUMACSI dP
. M n i 1 rt l i
was bv a foot-path thnmp;h the vulai
I'liunliyani. mo nioim win miuhh
ln'jiriitly, mill I (lotiTiniiiiul to lako tlm
bhui-t cut. When I wits among tho
i iiiMinl it mi tlin" Hound innl a
nioaning, whicli ninieareil to ho lit a
Uliort llltailC'0 llllll lO COIIH' llinu uinn i
foot. 1 stooil iintl listiMinl and heanl
thin rqicateil. 1 hail (stnipo.si'il that I
did nut bi'lu'vo in tfiioM.s, inn mis uuui r
crroiuiit raltlinjr ami inoiiiiiiiir, ami
union" tlic di'iul inaihi nm ti'i'I very
!-... .. ...I
nlranc, hut I was (icii'iniincu 10 mhhv
uii.iili wiirnilicil. jitnl cautiously inoviii"
in tlicMliivntioii of tlie sound, I saw a
ni'W-iiiade triavc with souit'thiii wliilo
moving in it, ami heard tlie ratllin and
moaning eoming from th'n gravu. I
f. ...... ..I .... .,,lf in, I., llii' viili'ilf I III' iffilVI'.
llll VI M IIIV f ..." r.---'
ami then found that a white calt had
fulli.n inid it. Mini in Ins rllorts to es
cape scratched down tlie gravel, which
made the rattling sound, ami then
gave a moan of distress at Ins liuiirH
Inn private letter to On. Cnrnnhan,
of Indiaiiaiiiili-i. (Jen. Lew Wallace, the
American Minister at ('ons1anlinoi!e,
descrilies a wonderful exhihition of
horsemanship which he recently wit
nessed, (icn. Wallaie writes: "I win
invited a few davs ngo by the Sultan to
go with luminal witness a drill of his
r,. iii.iii.l, I ti-fiiins. 'J'Iip old Eleventh
could heal his infantry, hut the perform
ance of lust lrcnssian envauy was simm
thing extiauidinarv. Asanuiple: Four
companies maguili'ceiitly moiinled wciv
in line. A luiiH call," and tlie right
company dashett through to tlie ironi
full specil. Aiuiiner ran, mere was a
heautiful feat. Kach man reached out
with his right hand, caught the rein
cloe to the hit, pulled hard, and threw
his hoise Hat on liis left side, itu-niount-imr
as it went down. Then, on tlie
ground, hehind the hor-e, he began tir
ing as a skiniii-lier. A thin! call, the
company rose up with tin'ir horses and
retreated at full speed, re-forming as
they went. As I had never even heard
tif such a thing, you can imagine my as
tonishment." WIT AND I1UM0R.
'Too much -iigar for a scent, re
marked the youth as he kissed tlie girl
who had been eating onions.
The awful question with Gotham
young men on the eve of matrimony:
floes she kiss her poodle ?"
Judge Hilton's failure in Stewart's
dry-goods Kii iiif-- suggests the ancient
reason that he couldn't get Jews to it.
Huston has l.'X girls who. 'ire studying
Latin to help .some future husband to
spin out a salary of per week.
A New Haven burglar tried to rob a
plumber, but the plumber it was who
robbed the burglar emi of his clothes.
New England people might as well
get ready for a fall campaign against
cider. It's going to be plenty and
"Ananias. Jr. ;" How can yon learn
to he a lirst-ela.s.s liar? (int engaged to
two girls ami the faculty will suit o'
come to you.
The most sensible people of the coun
try live at Lansing, Mich. A butehcr-r-hop
in the place bears the sign, ''Closed
till meat gets cheaper."
A somnambulist fell from a third story
window in a I'cnn-ylvauiu town, and
was not awakened, but she was buried
the next day.
One of the editors of the Atlanta
Urnmnur ha-, resigned to go into the
crockery business, lie is now where be
fall "dish it up" heavy.
It is estimated that, there are ;!0,000,
(Kiii umbrellas in this country, but tl.e
great trouble is to li n il tliechap who has
gobbled them up.
Archibald Korbes is to marry airain.
He possesses all the good ipialilies to
make a good war correspondent- pluck
and an adventurous spirit.
l'apa: " M'on my word. I-I think I
shall have the heartburn." Little daugh
ter: "Shall I fetch il for you, papa. Is
it in the cupboard?"
The trouble is not with the colleges,
but with the fathers who unthinkingly
spoil a gootl rutlian in tring to educate
him for a gent lemau.
A western editor received alette! from
a subscriber asking him to publish a
cure for apple tree worm.'., lie replied
that he could imt Mig''c.'t a cure until he
knew what ailed the worms.
J.otta wiiles to a Irieiul mat she is no
loii"er voting, and so ha.sdecided to plav
onlv sixtv years more, after which she
will retire and leave the field to Maggie
A bald-headed professor reproving a
youth for the exercises of the list: "We
light with our head.) at this college."
The youth rclh eted a moment and then
replied: "Ah, I see, and you have but
ted all your hair oft'."
"If you uie not careful," said one
member of a debuting society to anoth
er. '1 shall give you a piece of mv
mind." "Then," w as the reply, "1 will
he careful, for you certainly have no
mind to spare."
As he wailed for a prescription, the
druggist said to him: "That is my son,
sir, sitting by you; don't you think he
looks like me?" "Well, yes," replied
the customer, "I think I can see some
of your liniment in his face."
"Yes," said the ladv, "1 like to have
a handsome cook. You see, my hus
band's business keeps him out late at
night and there'd be m man in tho
house if the cook didn't have a police
man visiting her."
Our little Caddie, 1 years old, was lic
ensed by her molherof having lost her
memory, and the child looked bewilder
ed for a moment, and then light seemed
to dawn upon her, fur she exclaimed:
"1 de.ss I know what memory is. It'd
the ting 1 fordet wiv."
The l!ev. Mr. Jom s had in his dining
room a st lifted owl which looked as full
of pompous wisdom ns if it had been
alive. His bishop coining to dinner one
lay, ho culled his young son to intro
duce him to Ihu dignitary. "Iiishop
Smith," iiiiiil tho father, "this i.t my
younjrr:t bow" "Uiuhon Smith!" criiul
I tho buy; "in,! tlmt'i whut you call tho
rtyfllu the Uiiilxuf-iooiu."
; J A 1 our-i ooiea uuobi.
: A writer !n iw lli'mrdcmiul Covenant
hbvb:'; Many yearn no ft gentloman ro
Intinl to inoni'a oxp!rUnro when a boy
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
A lawyer once said to a countryman
In a sinock froek who was undergoing
Ids examination in the witness box,
"You in a smock frock, lnw are you
paid for lying?" "Less than you are,
unfortunately." was llm reply, "or you
would be in a smock frock, ton.
Apropos of a recent acipiiltal, an old
friend of ours recalls Laehaud's famous
?(ii. The most successful criminal law
yer of his time, he had Just obtained the
release of a client. "Your innocence is
acknowledged." he saul to Ins client ; "1
congratulate von; but, take my advice,
yoiriiad beller not do it again!"
"And so you love June belter than
any other month," she said, gazing at
the young fanner from the blue abysses
of her soft, dreamy eyes. "Iieauliful,
leal'v June, with ifs roses, and its song
bin is. ami its fragrance-laden zephyr?"
"Yes," he replied, nonchalantly. "It's
the best month to wean calves."
A celebrated musician once said of n
beautiful but apathetic singer: "She
sings well, but she wantssoniething.and
in '"that something everything. If I
were single I would court her; I would
marry her; 1 Mould break her heart;
and "in six months she would be the
greatest singer in Lumpo.
"She's a dear, good girl," said a St.
Louis young' man in reference to a Chi
cago fair one; "I assure you, father.she
is all suiil." "Yes," replied his stern
parent, the old prejudice against the
Garden City embittering his words; "I
saw her fiiol print in the sand by the
lake side. You aie light; she is all
Said Iiiown. who had inst returned
from a visit outside between tin' acts.
( Hi, darling, I had sm h a fright! It
almost look my breath away!" "Mer
cy!" exclaimed Mr. 15.. turning her face
in 'iv ! wish it had. John." And
John looked sheepi-h enough, as he
shyly inserted a clove in n;s mourn.
A Methodit clergyman named Way,
of a rather jocular nature and very ea
daverous build, w as recently aei o.-ted
bv a man. with the impury: "Are you
raster Way?'' 'Tasscd' away !" was
the response: "bles. you. no! I'm a
Otltll 1 ileal of a skeleton. I'll own. but I
haven't ipiite pa setl away yet."
A hald heU'lt d man who purchased a
trout seat for a show- nt theUlack Crook
brand explained that he cuiiid not hear
vi ry well. A few ni-lits later he was
seen at a lei Hue, sitting una seat farth
est from the .st;i:;e. Of cour-e he plight
have fully recovered his hearing in three
days, but such apparent incongruities
are apt to occasion remark.
Stories are common enough of need
les tra e!!ing about in people's bodies
and making their appearance in very
odd places. Hut the most remarkable
case is related of a young woman in
New Yolk, who got a needle in her
wrist a year ago, and the other day it
was removed from the ri"hl arm of a
young man who has' been keeping her
A Iiible agent lately called at. the
house of a Whitehall man, and, ringing
the door-bell, the lady appeared. "Wish
to buy a Iiible. ma'am?'' inquired the
agent. "No, sir," was the reply. "Yes,
we do, ma," came from the little six-year-old
in the hall-way, "for the old
one is all gone up 'cept one leaf, and
dad won't have notion' to w ipe his raz
or on artcr that's Used up. liuv one,
I tu i- lillle I'., 'Hie w hen 'ilmnt three
years old, on being asked how his Aunt
Theresa looked, said, "Why, she looks
irhilr; how do you suppose?" Another
lime, at lireaMa-t. eating wariuett-up
potatoes, he asked, "Mamma, did you
put butter in these potatoes?" and be
ing asked w by. said, "'Cause 1 jilt a
ami II nt it ill my nluulll."'
A traveller say s that, if he were asked
to describe the lil'st .eiisalion of li camel-ride,
he w ollld s'u ; 'l ake a music
stool, innl. having' wound it up as high
as it would go, put it in a cart without
springs, get on top, and next drive the
carl transversely aeru-.s a ploughed
field, and you will then form some no
tion of the li iior and urn c rlainly you
would i spei'ii iiee the tii'st time y oil
uitiiinU-d a camel.
A Oat'B Gratitude.
One day last summer, a we were
riding through the broad avenues of
California's ino .t famous seaside resort,
we noticed a costly statue in the yard
of the handsomest collage. It repre
sented a cat rubbing bei'M'lf agaiiHl the
body of a prostrate man. Our driver
told us the follow ing story as to the oc
casion of the statue:
"Years ago, when there were but a
few settlers in California, a hunter seek
ing for game came upon a eat caught
in the underbrush of a thicket and cry
ing with pain and hunger. The poor
creature was so wasted that the bones
almost pierced the skin in places. The
hunter rescued her, fed her with food
from his game-bag and carried her to
his cabin, tn cats were scarce. That
night he went early to bed, leaving 'puss'
asleep on a pile of shavings. To his
great surprise he found that the cat had
escaped through the window of thecali
in. Several years pa i.ed, and tin hunt
er had almo.-l forgotten about the rat.
One day, as he was climbing a tree for
lodged game, he fell to the ground and
fractured his ankle. Tor two days ho
lay on the ground in despair, hungry,
and sulVering. Toward the close of the
second day he heard the mewing of a
cat, which, at his calling, came to him,
tl lid he recognized her as the one he had
saved from the thicket. After rubbing
and purring about him for awhile, pus
sy, who seemed to take in the situation,
scampered away. A few hours later
she returned accompanied by a bent old
man, talking to the cat as she ran on bo
fore. The hunter told his story, and
the aged man, lifting him up, assist ml
litm to the hunter's cabin. Then tills
unknown benefactor, whoso face was
almost hidden beneath his long and
shaggy beard, went hack into tlnfore-H.
The cat that had saved the hunter's lifg
followed her strange master, who told
neither his name nor his abode. Tho
mail who lives in this cottage is tho old
hunter. Becoming rich in tho time of
tho discovery of gold, ho has erected
this monument hi honor of tho cat that
saved hit lifo."-C. 0. W. in Youth's
Little girls of l'aris appear with two
or tlirco MUiiill vuullowcisuutkvlr ghoul
Monday Evkmnu, July 10, 18'2.
The weather turned warm again yester
day and a heavy titorm of rain, thunder and
lightning passed over this section this after
noon. This U good weather to make coin
but tho outlook is discouraging for
wheat standing in the shock in the field and
farmers who desire to liuish threshing.
lUi.-'iness is moderately activo for the
fiuflKiiti, and prices are well sustained in oil
brunches of tho commission trade.
FI.OL'U Quiet and dull. Clmieo new
in good condition Is called for in a small
way, but every thing else is neglected .
HAY The supply ami demand are about
cipial, both light.
C'OILN" All kinds are scarce and in good
ih nuuitl. Trices rule firm at quotations.
O.VTS-Wo note a better feeling in the
market and a slight advance in prices.
.MKAL Steady find unchanged.
15KAN rienty and quiet.
HITTKK-Choicc is in light supply and
fteady demand; common is rather quiet.
KGGS Full supply and limited de
mand. CHICKEN'S-Searce and in active de
mand for ln'tli yuuiig and old.
FIU'ITS-IlUckberries are plenty and
POTATOES -Fair demand at quota
tions. ON'IONS-Sleady and firm.
Sales and Quotation.-.
N0TK.--Tli virtu-it ln'iw i vult ire fur imiuk Iihui
nrit Imnili" Hi muinl Ids. An advance In
Clmri.'.'!! lul lirnkeu liilBlii tilliuiforil.fi.
r Lou it.
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4 .Vlifc i"1
Mi lil.lt low i iioliu ,
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HO ti'iU KsiiC.y .
ii rir clinlfi- tllilutliy
2ir. i'fjin -
1 cr jirHirii' -
S (in, ctiulrf mixed, in luilk on track
:)i.r choice wuilu lu bulk
1 cart clio're In bulk on trick
3 cr mixed in b3!k
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No. -i Ht d, jit-r liu
No. - Mc-lHf ruiKiii ...
j) III)! City
. i 'I5 JI Ol
II KAN .
Scar in cacKi.,
piiuudf Mrirtly ehnlco Nortbvro.
iiiiii notihiU Southern Illinois
4iJ pound choice northern packed
in puiiude Nuituviu
live cuoitu will W
8 coups mixed 11
in coop elm I'M uenp o ;.'-! I"
I coop choice yontij;. 4 nt 5"
Fit I' IT.
to cmiin lilatk bemud
.Vl curia plum
11 fol w
New potntot'f per Mil.
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I'l'iln li i in in Hi
h. c ii.iini" : ii
Clear unlit" l l'J
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Ohio Itiver 1 I'l
biiithui liii rlnpK .
tl llllHlll'l .
Orni!u, clinlr.o por hor
I.viuoiiR clinlcu pur box
l'rarhe.hiilve atid itiartri
Ohulct) lauilluiu ,
.:) ijijl .Vi
Dry Flint cholcu
Shell p I'ullH, dry ,
Sheep Pi ttt, urucu
50 i'M on
Coin nioli I. UK"
i Tfwt: ii
owljcnf ,. 4 T.ViJ iki
Mitift 4 in
Medium i.uaf Ii H Ml
(,oi Loaf, ,,,, n MKJ, t or
KATB8 OK FilKl (HIT.
drain Hay Flour Pnrk
V'-wt. fewt. Vhlil, lillibl
Momplii io in mi v
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JULY U. 168
Diabetes," liriolil's Ibiensc, Kidney.
L'limuy or Livr Coinplaiiils cannot be
eoniiiicti'tl bv ,oii or your family if Hop
Hitters me Used. iinl if you already have
any of thisn diseases Hop Litters is the
only medicine thai will po.-iiively cure you
Don't forget this, uiul ilon't get muiic pulled
up ntull' that will only haim you.
Mothers! Mothers!! .Mothers!!!
Are j on disturbed nt r.iglit and broken
of your rest by a sick ehiid hiilleiiiig and
crying wilh the excruciating puin of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once ami get a bottle of
Mrs. Wiiislnw'w Sooihimr Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little miU'eicr immediately
depend upon it; there is no mimuke
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who hascvir Used it, who will not tell yon
at once that it will regulate the bow els,
and rive rest to the mother, and relief ami
health to the child, nperiiting like niiigic.
It is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant tu tile taste, ami is the pret.crip
tion of olio of the oldi-st tin 1 best iconic
physii inns and luir-i s in the Cnited St'ite.
Sold everywhere. ','"i cents a bottle.
To rrgiibiio the liver, Hicm.ich, in,
els all you need is "Sellers' Liver
Take them and sec.
''LlMi-i'.v's lll.OJII SkaKCIII' u" th
medicine for iVvt rand iiyue, mitlari-i,
blood poisi'ti. Ibiu't fail to ll -e it.
e O eat
'I III'. Vol I Ul l!l.l.T Co., M 'I si. l . , Viell.,
will si ml lUis ('eli biaii d Klu il" Vol
liii:- l'iis liiet -:in'ir;e Appliano s on iti-tl
for ihiity liays to neii lyoun;: m -1 I wh"
nre Milicted wilh NiV -Us Ihliliity, l,i -i-t
ii.ihty ami Manh I, nml kindred tr"iiUfs,
e;uai'iiiitei -int; speedy and comph.-ie r- toni
tion nt hi iilih in d m.'iulv Vi'-i I. Ad ln is
a.-. a; o ". . 15. No ii -k is incinri !, a
tlmty d;i)s' tl iui ii- nllowed.
To j loiiiote a Vlg"li'U" (T'lUli of till.-
hair, use l'likerV ll ur li.tlsaiu. Il restores
tile Vt'lllhllll Color '" !'lny hiill, lelliiiVis
daiell ill!', file! ('ill' s ii lung "f 'he t-calp.
It "U are suiiei mi' w nh i"W nr
pressed splills, Io.- il uppi tile, g' I'l I'l!
debility, Uior i' n d b!.i" l. W'"ik ci-iini
tion, h'-adai he, or any dt-ia.n- i f a I- n ils
ii at tu e, by ul! mi 'ins prm uri al'oO,eot
Klectric. liito rs. 'ou wi;l be mo ; ii-,-1 to
sec the r.ipid iliipl o fine e t ill it v.., In low ;
yoll will be iii- piii d w it li in w , lie : silt i.gi li
and activity w ill nluni; tin and misc. ly
w ill Ci.ase, find hcinefoi th )"ii wiilT'j'-iie
in the praise of liUiirie lii'i'i- S .' I ii!
tifty tents a botiie by ( ; ii. L "llirt. ' i.
Hut klcn's Arnic.l Salve
The Lent Salve in the i,iM lot ( i.ts.
IJruiroK. Sorts, I'lo is, t'.l Klai ni, vet
Son s, 'let ti r, Chapped II in is, ( Inih ni'in.
Coins. and al! Skin L'rupt.oi:-, and p, siilvely
cures Piles. 1 1 is guar iiitet.-'l to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refuudi-d. Price
.5 (nits pur box. For s .le bv Gi.o. K
The Il'jwe s:a:i.' ti.in; lir-t pri mium u!
Philadelphia, Pat is. V'iney. and other ex
hibitions, liord'.-n, t Hi .ck A Co., agents,
St. Louis. ("ii
Don't Throw up the Sponge,
When bulletin;: bcim.iii'y are enduring
the lioiPTs of 'ly spi t'.-i", ind'oitii'ii, ('i
m-iviiiH and geiienii ! . I i I i t -. they are t-w
often inclined to diiow up iln: rpi.iie and
resign tlieinselvi-s ro fa'e. Wc say. don't
do it. Tiike lhiidork Hi 1 liiiter.-the un
failing remedy. Price ; I!1.). Paul (.!.
When There's a Will '1 here's u Way.
Any oin-w ho h-ih the w :!, to try Thomas i
F.cleclrio Oil will siiri iy find the way to '
rooiibi iieiinii, in east n oi oroiu.iiiai ailei - ,
tion.", sole throat, iniin--, etc.: ami as an
internal remedy, it is iuv uiiuble. Paul G.
Jno. Iiaei'ii, I.apoilte. In 1 .writes: "Your
print,' lilosi.oin' is nil you craeki d it up tu
. My dy'ii'i.-ia has all vanished; why
(b n't you advcrii: t' it ; what a.hiwai.ce will
you makeil I take a doi ti Imtilis, so that
I could oblige ley friends m riiv,' in 1 1 j :"
Price "id cents, 1 1 i.al botll. s 10 ci'iilj. Paul
G. SUiuh, Agent.
A good i;ai:gaIN
Will be given mme end t pi i-.-iie; man
in TlIK I'.M I.l-.'l IN Ihliblin, which is low
olh-ri d lor Mile on i ii"V tt i in. , mc litin-
low rate o ii,d ri-t. Th"
ri.lidd for the past
to tuAtj-tw.i doilun per
I lie plopetty Co,.,.. ,, .) hd Mini (HO
buck buildings -a ihne st ity IlixiiU nml a
tw stnr.v Hi x l-i a fi"iit.i'.:e of :,o
Iceton Washingloti aw mm and I Ml feet on
k'th stru t. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac., in the I blory bioldili;;
will lie.iild with it. for particulars ad
dies this ollice, o Join H obi rly liliiom
Small I'oinl'ii I,
When you uie continually couching
night and day, annoy ing i veiyliody m ound
you, and hoping it will go a .'uy of its own
accord, you are t mining a dangerous risk
heller use Dr. Thomas' Iv hctrie. Oil, an
unfailing remedy in all such casia. Paul
U. Schuh, Agent.
Jlr.Noah Lull Llinua, N. Y.,wiier:
"About four years ago I had mi attack ol
bilious fever, and never fully reeoven d.
My digestive organs were weakened, ami I
would be completely piPr'traii.il lor days.
After lining two butties id' your liui'dock
llliiod Litters the iinptoveiiu nt was so
visible that I was iislonishi d. I can now,
thnii"h (il years of ace, do a fair ami lea
soiiiibln day's work," I't ice $1.00. Paul
CI. Schuh, Agent.
Mr. Win. Poineioy, Ikinipn, Me., writes;
''I havu lor along time sulh ii'il from Con
tinual constipation, making my life a
misery, ami causing headache and frightful
cramps, Mr, Thomason, who has been
lately visitui" in liull'alo, imlucud me to
try the Spring lllnssom. It has jierfti 1 ly
cured me." Price 50 eentH, trial buttles lb
cunts, Pul G, Schuh, Agent, .
Go to Paul 0. Hchuh for Mrs. Freeman's
Nuw National Dyes. For hriglUnesH and
durability of color are uncqtialed, Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and Utnnau, Price 15 ceuts.
Chills and Fever,
Htmimnm l.lvnr Ili'KH
I ul nr moil Im uk" ihu
i'IhIIh and iiirrlta llig
lever mil nl ihu rVKti in.
1 1 1 hu h when all oilier
ri Ilieilll'H lull.
S ck lleadaclu'.
!' r l he rellri' and cure
of ttiih ilirlrviiHiiiit (lla-
III"" use Ss i in 1 1 1 o 1 1 (1 (.ly.
Tin' l(e;"ilnlor will iiiillivtly i nre UiIh U.flblu
il in.-iir.it. i' iirtM il i iiipliiitu iilly wliul Vtc know to
litiiilil mil Im n-curili il iih a trittiiu! allinimt Na-(nil-
ileiiiiilelri Um ntmni-l it uiiliirit ofllii- liortel.
'I liell'Iole ll:.r-'r-t I , llllll' by llhi,(. MlnltiOllr. ,V.f
Ut iuinior. Il in Imimli r-it, milil uril til, cliuil.
One or two iiilii'r'i,oiiful !t relievo nil the
Irnlllllt II'. ill. 1)1 II, 11 hi!',.,,. Mill, , h',1 !. rl NlClrie,!
Hiziin-ar. Inowsliii-Hr., I lir-i ri aller tot! Ii f. u bit-h-r
bud lu-li in tin- im, utli .
Pi-rmniH limy nvo'il u 1 1 iilc.'Kr. '
tuklliU a (l'i"i' nl Siniiiiniiri i,i ..f K,
t lie liver il- lieiillhv lie I ion
' 0, , IIHbililllly
ll'll'T to ki' )
pai nm iATi i!
.e. eilly ariniin' 1 r-tin a tlistiril, led r I oium ti. i-i.q
l,i- ( ,'irei led ti v t ui: . Ii(.r Minimum l.ivi r l(i'i.".iial(,r.
Miiiinoii" l.lver Hi-:'ii'at r hkiii eniiin iiii; tl,p di.
i . to. in Hie . Hi iii, I. uv.ni; iliv r-kli, chai and
fl'V II III llll lll'llilK'H
( ' )MC
In I .'.I
m il , il'
ri n -nfb-rif':.' i'h hi ilf tuidi, , vj , ij. , , r,i.
i, siiiiiiioiii- I i v.i o jii,Htr i. s.iiiiii.iKii-r.
Ill Ir. :i'i-.i lb live ,'r. II! tx lo CI n,, till'
i. Il if 111 III, pit MNIM ; It ',r l,u It,!, .
i nw. i'lin ly vi'L'i liilihi.
1 JliA I 1 yl ,V KIDNKVS
ur i.l ill.' ll ':nn'l
r 1,1 ll,,' klill.t K.
r li,iv Hill bolli i:
a Hi. I,.n,,!(-r i-ri .: I im I . froin
lb -Ill'l I l.f M Iii, ,: ;,.
k .ll I.' ) ! llllll Im.ioI. r Mill
( rr I ni l ill, Uie .-el. 'I i
'Ii Ii a:u
it, li ! r 1
1 11 Mtiipl'i'l On r, il '. I r J
i i.ii". r-
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For -al- bv .lip
V KM Al.
PainJ Cannotil.Slitv 'Jki e
It Ih Uh. i.1.
I. i. in Ujhli.-iu in i ir- d I y
i l:tc on,.
A 'an,.' b n k f i-:;:l,l y r "'nr.
,i (i.rnl !'j .vii,i won li i.l
Kt i.l . Ti:p' o;i.
r, u rt il.toal in c nre1. 1 b ,-t
THOMAS" !. I.l.'
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i i.ic oir..
("i i;l,- i d ' ob'
' art. run d by
ECI.Ki TLIC OIL.
All 0 r-.M ami lulii: 'liU'.mi are i ue '. ')
TlloilAS" ia.ECll.IC OIL
A"ll,n: 1 c'.iii (I i y
TlloM s' 1' Ct.l"' TLIC OIL.
1 1 1; r i: e nl. I lo 't biten arc n 11, r. -1 i i,r.ie 1-v
THoMAs' tCI. I.i 11:1 1. OIL.
TJ I O.MAS'
Always i;ives mtisfartier.
Sold by.Medicine Ib-hlcrs everywhere.
Pi ice .Vic. and tl
itJSTKi:. MlLLlJiN & C()., hop'rs.
Lufliiln. N. Y.
gQ Vill i: C.M-IT.M,
I:iV.- t..' I of Kill',;! lit;.' I'le.lllllll
$A A ll'li 0 1 1 - i I'l O'.l II, I r"W-l"ll' Hill
I1 " " '" '" I' "l' ' '"! "- " t
Jav eti'imii'i innl "ill:i' iit iiii I'tTiilors.
( 1 : , r lul. tui'v Ii ii 0, id i-t.
I -l-b .llt',1 .In ll. 'I V II. ieaml'tS
I I lit S 1, IV l!lV i'l, 'llln ('Ill'l IllOlltll.
Iv. s.-i'.l i t . ,,u u I'.l' I'M'iiiMi'jiry
i in nlnr. i.imI i hi t lec'ii'l. him;.
1 'iv. :!. if i iiii-i .,,r ii;: i-m-t 'Ir i teea
nii'1,11,., on t:,i . Inn l 'I 71 i, r
lino. A I li",n 1 I. KM N I Sit te
m I cm i. 1 1 1 it- 1 13 Lusuliu
M.. Hi,, ,,;,,, III.
(fi' i.aut it ir.'1 mrent in
J , i Mil l "VII I.Xl'l-IIl -nt iniluro
VlfsBi nn id''. I ,nv to u ii-fniii3l-
Alll'.ST roll Till'. U K HIT
liAXU KSTJIAM kxoixIv
Cell'r Dipc Ei:j;iu
r i a.it
ami Marine Engines
KN.J.SKS A SPI'f'lAlIA.
FARM KNGINKS, IIIMSTS'
ST F.AM . PUMPS
OK ALL KINDS, KKLTING,
Piillcyfl uml General Supplies:.
No. t il, Norib Third Sireet,
i t. l i, i.i, ii. lu.iii'
drill. t-. Slilliiini.il "d
ni.-iiivnf iho ll inctlt
it,,,', knnwil nro cnai-
'lVnin. into a tiicilii int-
of tin ll viiiird piiweril, on
to iikiXr it the Rre.;itcst
lllnnd I'uriiici' and 1 10
Hi'Monr l.vrr lanl.
ll lures Kheiiunuisin,
SleeplesMiCMt, & duracsi.
llllll! Moni.it tl, linwcM,
. . . j..iuii:h. laver Mtinrv.
Ha r ba sam .1;,,,,
VT .. j llirw"si. dinner F-sscncei.
Hum r-oneniit'"! iiwr lima. -.. w..ibt Autui:,. u 11
inn. Nun Mli i ml, Uh nevfrintoxicntei. 1 Ilscox
'. f nn.l ... 'I'.... ... 1.
iuiui,m aoiur w f ir uir. R t a ChcnmU, N. Y.
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