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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22 1S82.
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A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
of the present Kriorotlon.It In for tha
Cure of thia diaoase and it attendant'.
8ICK-HEADACHE. "BILIOUSNESS." DYS
PEPSIA, CONSnPATION, PILES, eto7 that
tUTT'8 PILLS have- Rained a world-wide
reputation. No Remedy' has ever been
SlHcoverf.d thuractfBo Kfintly'orTlhe)
digestive organs, giving them vigor toW
Irailitte food. At a riatural resuit, the
Nervous' System In Dracnd, the Muscles
are Developed, and th o Body Robust!
Oil lilts nnd 15oxror.
K ItlVAL.a Planter at Bayou Bara, La,., say :
My plantation li In malarial district. For
vara! year I could Dot c alt half a crop on
coount or bilious diseases and chills via
tirnrly dtx' ouragfi'1 whan 1 began tha uss of
TUTT8 i'lLLH The result marvelous
rcy lanorera eonn became hearty and robust,
and I bave bad do further trouble.
Titer relieve lb engorged Mver.eleana
f b IIIimmI Irani ihiImhivui humors, final
rauer tha bunrla art nalamllT, trllb.
out hlrh no one run feel well.
Ti t I his reitMMiT fairly, anil im will rata
health. IH treat ln, isjorous Kudv, Pure
IIIimmI, strong erea, one! a bourni Liver.
1'rlre. K3entm. OlUr. V Murray M., !.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ia v IUik or WntKKrHN rbancwl to a ntsu-y
Hi a in- a s'l.tle application of thin Dvk. It
Imp. ..-is a r,ntiirtl odor, and acts. ostaitniisiy.
Solil tor Iinig.,'.,t, or w-nl by t-iproas ou receipt
f One fsdiar.
Offm. Murray Street. New York.
(Ir. Il ir ft A vr '.H a lalwabe'v
1 nrma( on anil lirful Ktrript I
wl be iMnHetf I LIE on nvvUnntion. r
If you are sick Hop Hitters will surely
ai 1 Nature iu m;ik.iu,' yuii well when all
Ifynu. are custive'T ilyspi-jitio, or are
sutLrin' Iroia any other of the numerous
dUi :aac of the atuiiitcli or bowels, it is your
own Unit if you remain ill, for JLiop lii ttc-rt
are sovcrign retue;ly in all ueli Com
plaints. If you are wustiny away wi'.ti any form
of Kidney disease, tt p tempt. Death
thin ni'iiu'.-nt, nD'l turn for a cure to Hop
If you .re sick with that terrible sick
ness S'ervoiih'Jtw, you will tind a "JJilm in
Ciilead ' in the use of Hop Bitters.
If you ure a frctjiii'iiter, or a resident of a
mismitic district, Inrritale your yatecu
against the acuurau of all countries rua
hrial, i-peileuiic, liliou, and interinitent
fevers by the use of Hop Bitters.
If you liiivc i u,'h, pimply, or sallow
akin, bad brea'h, pains and aches, and led
miserable ijerienHy, Hup Bitters will give
voti fair kin, rich blood, arid sweetest
breith, health and comfort.
In short they cure all diseases f the
stotiiHch, B owels, Blood, Liver, Kidneys,
Blight's Disease. fV)0 will be paid for ii
case they will not cure or help.
That pihir bedridden, invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, can be made the pic
ture of health, by a few bottles of Hop
Bitters, ooslint; but H trill-'. Will you let
them stiflt-r.' '-)
A OTED HI T I'M ITI.KU W O.UA.1.
From tbs B-rtoD ilobt.
Tin- abore Ii Rood llknw of Mm. t.ydla T.. rink
hara, of I.ynn. Ma.-, who aboreallnt her human bring!
nuiy U) tnitbfully fallod the "poar Frl- nd of Woman,"
amome of bfr rorreiijiolidenlf love to call her. oh
t' KaloU'ly devoted to her work, which l thsoutcom
of a Ufi- itudr, and la obliged to keep all lady
aUtant, to he Ip hor arrnrer t hf tanro rorrwpondcni e
whl-'h dally pours In upon her, each h.'arln(? It ii-wlal
burden of nutTcrln?, or Joy at n-Ieiwe from It. Her
Vegetable ("otiirHJUnd U a medlelno fc.r good and not
t-Tll purpr-ses. I hare personally hiTntlysled It aud
amsatlffled of the truth of this.
On aocount of lt proven niorlta It l reeomntended
and pn-cribed by thebet phynlclam In the country.
One yt "It works Uke a chorru and dares much
pain. H will mire entirely the worst form of falling
of the utcru, I-cueorrliowi, Irregular and pn'nful
Mi nalruatlon.all Ovarlnn Troubles, luflnmniRllon and
Vlct-ratlun, FlooiUngs, all Plsplacementa and the con
sequent apltial wakne, and Is csiwlally adapted to
the Chanpe of Ufa."
It ermeflli eery portion of the Ttem, and glvei
now Ufo and vigor, H removes folntnem, flatulency,
dontro.Yi all oravlag for stimulants, and relieves weak
n'esa of the stomaeh. It cures Bloating, noadanhos,
Nervous Prostration, General Itebllliy, Hlceplissness,
I)iiprlon and ludlgealon. That fwllng of bearing
down.cauelng pain, weight and backache, li always
pennanently cured by Its uso. It will at all times, and
undorall cU-cumstances, act In harmony with the law
that governs the female systom.
H costs only $1. per bottle or six fnr.V,and Is sold by
diugglsta. Any advice re-iulredas tosiK'clal rimes, and
the names of many who have been restored to perfect
health by tho two of the Vegetable Compound, can lie
(ibtaUu-d by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply,
at hor home In Lynn, Moss,
For Kidney Complaint of rfrner sei this compound Is
unsurviuHod as abundnut testimonials show.
"Mrs. rinkhnm's Liver I'llls," says one writer, "are
the bftt th mrld for the cure of Constipation,
Biliousness and Torpidity of tho liver. Her Blood
purifier works wonders In lt sixjelal lino and bids fair
to equal the Compound In Its popularity.
All must respect her as an Angul of Mercy whose solo
ambition Is to dogood to otbora.
pullailolhla,ra. 9) Mr"' M- -,
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,Umi.
I B rg .ofmiwH inn noit rmnt
Pa05HARRI8 PASTILLE RtMtDV
I Youns Hen siiil others wtio mffnr
I from Nvrvoiii sua rlitnlcsl lialill-
I llr , rrsmsiurs Eilisuallos anil
I their mtny iloemy ooiiaiusuoea,
Icily sua ruioauy eure-i.
Kn.l llaitlut s month). It.
Tha Hrmsdy la put up In twins.
Is. I (asoush Is elTsel a eura. unl
Is. I iinoush is eiTtel a oura, unleaaluaamsasHa.) Ill Ru.1
(lasting (lira nnmhai, 7, Hani by mall Id piala wrsppsra,
Dlrseliona rar lalsi iMHisjpaay ss a aoi. l-smpblat ductl
vbi ibis lUiasii mi Bdi l guia nu! Halsd Ml aupilesUua,
Shu was well named. She uevi-r saw
anything In tliu way of closet, cupboard,
box, bundlu, parcel, jiaeknr). or letler,
bul w lint her prying eyes were at onco
coiicerntid in. And It wits well if her
minchievous fingers were not very soon
concerned in it too.
She was, iu most things, a very good
little girl, but it is really iurprMng to
see how ninny grave faults will spring
from ii habit which, perhaps, might u"l
bo called sinful in iu-lf. Disobedience
ciinie with ii. forshn wns often led into
meddling with things her mother had
forbidden her to touch. Then, to hide
what she had been doing, she would
sometimes be tempted to tell o lie.
Her mother often t ilk.nl to her about,
the meanness of trying to spy into the
affairs of other people. Mollie would
promise to give up this had habit, but
forget all her good resolutions at bight
of the iit thing which seemed in any
way to In- liidd-'ii le-nii her. She could
riot rrt till it was found out, anil her
mother began to fear it would lake some
very severe le--oii to cure her. And
she was not sorry when the little las
sic got herself into a scrape which was
so ri-li-'uloii- and so mortifying that she
began to think that the be -It Work in the
world for little girls is minding their
ow n t 1 1 j i n
On- Saturday morning her mother,
belure oi,ino out, ciiggoted to Mollie
l!i;it, us she was goinu visiting in the
i'fl-Tnoon, it would be well for her to do
her prai ti-ing and weed her little gar
den iu the ne-ruiug. Mis Molly did not
feel it) a mom lor work, arid wandered
idly into her mother's room. She open
ed the upper drawer of the bureau.
"Ah!'' she exclaimed, in great pleas
ure, ' that inn st be the new .-ash mother
promised inc. I a ni to wear it this af
ternoon. What a beauty!"
She looked with delight at the lovely
pale blue, uith it delicate brocading of
moss rosebuds. She tried it on, making
a very pour attempt at a big bow at tin;
back, and tried to get a view of it in
the gla.vs. Not succeeding very well,
ehe laid the 'a-h on th" bureau, and
turned her attention to r. ease of per
fumery. She put vine f-oni each bottle
on her handkerchief, and set th-m
loosely on the bureau, nr.1. troubling her
self to put them back in (he i-a-e.
Then she look Up It bottle that stood
behind tie- gla-s, and, pulling out the
cork, t'-ok a good -un-ll. It almo-t
knocked In-r down, ami made the tears
run from her eyes, for it was theMrong
est ammonia. Hastily selling it down,
she knocked over two of the perfumo
bottles, and ula-! they broke on the
marble slab, and the perfume splashed
over, iv. r.iu under the beautiful saslu
She gazed in dismay as soon as she
could see anything. She carried it to
the window and hung it in the sunshine
to dry then tried to clean up things ru
the bureau. Whjje doing this she spied
a bottle she had never seen before.
"Hair-oil!" she said to herself. "Now
I can nut some on my hair. Mamma
never lets me have anv now I'll have
She ditl take plenty. She was proud
of her bail. It wa.s long and wavy and
glossy. She daubed and smeared the
oil over it without stint and rubbed it
in well. It did not make her hair unite
so soft au-i shiny as she expected it
would, but she forgot this for a while
as she went to look if the sash were dry.
It Wits, hut it was sail to see the streaks
and blotches where the crimson and
green of the rosebuds hail 'run" into
the pale bine ground.
She folded and laid it back in her
mother's drawer, then went to her
own room, for she did not feel like see
ing her just then.
Dinner-time came. The bell rang and
rang again, but no Mollie appeared.
Her mother sent a servant to her room
to desire she would come down at once.
And soon at the dining-room door ap
peared a forlorn figure with woeful face
and tear-swollen eves, and- surlt hair.
"W hat's the matter with jour hair,
my child?" cried her mother, in aston
ishment and alarm.
"(ir-r-r-raiioiis!" exclaimed her elder
Je -whillikins!" shouted her young
No wonder. Hor hair bunr in still'
strings and slicks, looking as if it were
made of split shingles.
"What have you been doing to your
self?" n-ked mamma.
"I I oiled it with the hair-oil on
your bureau, mamma."
"1 have no hair-oil. (Jo and bring
what you have been using." She came
and showed it it was a bottle of pre
The bovs gave a great shout of laugh
ter, and thought it the best joke they had
ever heard. But mamma took her' poor
little girl to her room and talked long
and lovingly with her.
The pretty hair was all cut off so
close that Mollie thought herself a per
fect fright. But every time she looked
in the glass, and very often besides, she
remembered that it was her ugly trick
of meddling that had mused her so
much shame and vexation, nnd made
up her mind she would persevere in
curing herself of such an odious fault.
Whoever meddles in the affairs of
others is a sneak, and "sneak" is the
meanest word in the English language.
Don't you think so?
Claiinishiiess in tho Jewish refugees
Is one of tho great obstacles that l ho
Hebrew Immigrant Society in New
Yol k have to encounter. Germans and
Swedes are willing to be separated from
their families) and fellows. They will
go anywhere to get work. Not so with
the Jewish refugees. They want to bo
together and a way from other people.
Hence the difficulty in finding tlicin
places to w ork.
Tho train-boy, says Proyrc.it, has be
come a dandy. He is dressed in aneut
uniform, mid' if you citch a glimpso of
him a few moments before the train
rtnrts you will seo him carefully arrang
ing his hair before one of the looking
glass panels of the car. He Is still ad
dicted lo prize packages, but hepodtllcs
them now with graceful dignity,
It is stated that a ('iongo young lady
litis ruined her feet by wearing sheen a
size too largo for her. Now the ipies.
tiou which naturally arises is, wliciu did
oho get tho bhocsP Puck.
Skill in the wohkhhop. To do good
wnrk the mcchimir! must have frond health
If long hours of confinement in closo rooms
have enfeebled bis bunds or dimmed his
sight, let him ut mice, and before sumo or
ganic trouble appears, take plenty of Hop
Bitters. His system will be rejuvenated,
his nerven htrenL'thelied. his siilit become
clear, and the w bole constitution be built
up to a higher wonting condition.
It is impossible for a woman to suffer
from weakness after taking Lydea I
Pinkluitn's Vegetable Compound.
For aged women, weak nnd sickly
children, without a rival. Will not cause
headache. Brown's Iron Bitters.
Dau'l Blank, of Brooklyn, Tioga Co., I'a.,
describes it thus: "I rode thirty miles lor
a bottle of Thomas' Electric Oil, which ef
fected the wonderful cure of a crooked
limb in six applications; it pmved vvoith
more than gold to me."
Ball . S mil, agent.
J. M. Might, Syracuse, N. Y., writes:
"When 1 lirst commenced Using your Bur
dock Blood Bitters I was troubled with
fluttering and palpitation of the heart. I
felt weak and languid, with a numbness
ot tne limbs; since using my heait has not
troubled me and the numbing sensation
is all gone." I 'rice 1.00 trial.
Pa i l O. Scut a, agent.
"Your Spring Blossom is a success. I
certainly think its effects are woneri'ul;
all the dyspeptic symptom i I complained
of have vanished; my wife is also enthusi
astic in praise of it; the w as disfigured by
blotches and pimples on her face, and
a continou.s headache. She i3 all right
now and all unsightly eruptions are cone.
You may refer any doubting parties to me.
f. M. W ILLIAM90N,
"Elk Street, Buffilo."
Price 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
P, G. SXHCH, B-eDf
Tiiosuwho prepare Hops: and Malt Bit
ters, make no secrets of its ingredients,
but publish them on every bottle. Medi
cal authorities say that these remedies are
all that are claimed for them for the cure
of Dyspepsia, Debility, indigestion, Con
A Cougli. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrjps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the ThroBt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give pei feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2o cents a
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will He ml Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electn
Voltaic Belts ami Electric Applicauce m
trial fur thirty days to inen (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above. N. D. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Goto Paul 0. Schuh tor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are une'iualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Dirocth r.s ir.' English
and Gerniai:, Price lo cents,
The best au-l cheapest tar starter is sold
by Borden, Selleck t Co., St. Louis, Mo.
With it one man can move a loaded cur. ((!)
"Female complaints" are the result of
impure blood. I'se "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher." Sure cure.
Biicklcn's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve iu the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, L ie rs, Salt Ut.euni, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chili -pod Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ami positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 ccuts pr box. For sale by Geo. E
Dii. Klink's Gkkat Nehve Restorer is
tho marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Send to Ml Arch
street, Pliiladclpia, Pa.
Given A way.
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Harry W.
Schuli's drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con-?
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
BronclntiH, Hay rever, Loss ot oicc,
Hoarseness, or any affection of tho throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (0)
Worthy of Praise.
As n rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when wu know of ono that
really is a public benefactor, aud does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. Wo know whereof we speak,
nnd can freely recommend them to all.
Kxcli. Hold at fifty ccuts a bottle by Harry
W. Schuh. (0)
J. P. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohio, sold in
one year fourteen. thousand boxes of "Sel
ler's Liver Pills." They cure ninUria.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and nil weakness
of generative organs. $1. ft for fl. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmucy, 1115 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Indian Wood Syrup.
bvhpepMa, Liver Mn
fanes, fever and At'llH
kheoiimt Ism, lliopsv,
Mean bist'iihc, ItilioiiH.
ii'-ok, Nervous beliility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
wclvc Thousand Mottles
SoM Since m
Tills svrui) t)nS"eses varied eroeoruc! : Il stim.
uUli-c the Mvaline In the salivu. whlrli convert!
the starch and euuar of I he food Into glucoee. A
deficiency in plyaiiue causes wind and soiirmu of
the foo l in the stomach. If the mvillcl'i .s veti
luimnliaiBly after eating, tin-fermentation nl lutti
It acts upon the Liver..
It acts iiion the. Kldnejs,
It Regulates tile Rowels,
It Purities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the Old Blood mid makes New.
It Ojiens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It rientrullr.es the hereditary taint, or nolson in
the Mood, whkh generates iscrofula, Krvsipelus.
and all manner of .skin Diseases and iirurnul hu
mors. There are no spirits cmiiloved iu its miimifactnro
and it (an ho taken by the most delicate babe, or by
inc aea ana leeoie, care only Deing required in at
tentl n to direct. ous.
Galva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Headache and fl'zzi
nesa so thai I could not attend toiuy household d-i-ties,
and a short trial of Dr. C'larit Johnsou'e Indi
an Wood Syrup effectually cured me.
.MRS HELEN ELK1NS.
Waterman Station, DeKaiii Co., Ills.
This is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood rTnip has cured me of Pain iu the. Back. It
la a valuable medicine. Mils WOOD.
Centre mil. White Co., Ark.
This W to certify that I win afflicted with Patnl
tatlon of the Heart for mauv years I tried differ
ent doctors, w hose prescriptions tended more to
weaken uie than they (lid to strengthen. I a, lHt
res lved lo try Ur. Clark Johnson s Indian ItlooJ
fcyinn. wnich proved to bu a Uos tive ctlre not on
ly curlni; tho Heart Disease, bul also a Sick Head-
aco winch had been troubling mo.
MR MAUV A. NKAL.
I whs air.lcted with Liver Complaint and Dvspep
sla and failed to get relief, althongli iistm; mudl
clues from our hest doctors I commenced iiMing
Dr. Johnson s Indian lllood Svrtir. nnd a short trial
cured me. T. w". HlslMi, Molino, III.
This tertilles that Dr. Clark .lolinxon'a Indniu
Blood Syrup h-is eff-rttially ( tired nit of D) spe'i"lii.
Too much cannot be said In ),rais- o: it.
W. K. W1.V.MER. Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrnp in every town or village, in which I huve no
aiint Particulars given on application
DHUliUIsrs rtEI.I, IT.
Lahratorvr West 3d et. N. Y
INJECTION, la apoeltive cure forall Dlaoharges.
stinging. tmiaxtlng and Painfol Sensations or the
SI O O per bot,l- 'or la by all drog-
Kiats. or eent by Kxpreaa on re-
eeiiit of price, JOHN T. PARK & B0N8
ITS and 177 Bycatuora 8t. CINCINNATI
011 10. Pleiiao uonlion tbia paper.
For:ilchy BARCLAY BROS., Cairo, III.
617 St, Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A reirnleir O mil nut a of two medical
rollege-.. has been loimcr engaged In the treat
ment of f'liroiUe, Nervous, r-Uiii ami
lllnoil Dlensea than any other phvelcl.in In
Ht. Louis, as cltv papcri show iiml all nhl resi
dents know. I iiii-'iillnllou tit otheeor bv mull,
tree and Invited. A friendly lnlk or his opinion
costs nothing- When It Is Inconvenient lot Ml
Hie city lor treatment, medicines can be seul
by null or express evervw hei e. ('limbic i aes
giiaruutced; where doubt exists It la frankly
Mated. Call or Write.
Nervous rrostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rhflumatisni, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive speeiadaHentioii.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evblent that a physician paying
pnrtlciil.'ir attention to a class of cases ntmliis
great skill, and physician In regular practice,
nil over the country knowing Ibis, freU"iitly
reeoimui'liil cases tu the obtest oillee In America-,
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
and the proved unml letm-tl ie of all
iikcs aud countries are used. A whole house Is
Usee! lorolllee purnosos, and nil lire treated with
skill lu a respectful manner; slid, knowing
what, to do. no eiei'lmenls are made, on ac
count of the ki'c.i! number applying, the
charges an- kept low. otieii lower than li
ileuiiiii-l"i by oiliers If (on eccuro the "kl'l
and get a speedy and pci fi 'd hie cure, that Is
the hup,, riant matter. i'auiphlrl, 80 pageti,
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IS M A
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
t'llEaTKR, ill at your open September 1:1th.
'New Buildings, Superior accoi dilutions.
Appointments complete. KiikIIhIi, Colhglste,
Chemical, Civil f.ngoie-rlrg coirses. Degrees
(.'onlernid. Apply to W P. lUUIday. Esq., patron
Cairo, III,, or to COL. TIIKO. 1IVATT. Preit.
Indiana Aslmry University.
I. College of Literature aad Arts, Two courses
- I lussli al and I'til nsoiibn al.
II. Theological i nurse. Instruction by thn pre
ineni anil lour protessors.
ill. Law Course. Instruction by Ihrcu profua
I V. Military Department, utnlerchurceof I'nitec
V. Pr-'piiratnry .school, six skillful and experl
Tnlliou Ireii Ladies and i-i'iitlcmi n adtnitted
:.n-atioii healthy, rirrt t- rtu begin Sept. :.
A iply for rataloL'iie in
" A LEX AN oKR t A HI IN. LI.. D . Prcs'
invnc a-tle, Indiana
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The
r-in ed v. Ail
iinlii:llii' cine for
speruint irihea. nil
poteLcv i'.jiI all
dlsea-ce thai fulow
as a si'iiicnco
of self-abuse; as
Eefoitt TakL'l!' iiniveriiaH isHltiide
vr,,i 11 ii l in hscb J nuiar,
(lilllness of vialon. lireiniitiire old ana. nnd tnR
otberdiMease that lead to insanliv, jonst'.ni ptlon
or a premiiluie rruv.
f t"KiiII particulars iu our p-nnphlet, which wo
d' Hiri' tu send free bv mull to i vervonu, I'fCTliO
Specllic .Vediclim Is so'd livall (Irngglst at $1 per
piiCKNi.-e, or six pHrk'i'.'( r for .',, or will he sent lice
nv man on receipt ut the money, bv addressing.
TH Iv (I HA V MEDICINE CO.,
Bt rrann, N . Y
On acc-iint of coiinlc-Teits. we have Mloptud the
l ci ow vt rn i pi r; inn nniv L'' Nti lie. (iiiatauti.'i'S
Of cure iesu-'il
Sold in I 'liirn by P. (I. Sl'HI'n.
Wholesale A"IHS. Mnrr-viir.. l'iuinber .t Co..
Reasons Why they are Preferred to All
Other Porous Plasters or External
Bccanis they possess all tlii merit of the
strengthening porous plaster, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acts with In
creased rubefacient, stimulating, fedutive and
counter Irritant effects.
Because they are a genuine pharmaceutical prep,
.ration, and so recognized by the prolession.
Because they are tho ouly plasters that relieve
min at once,
Because thsy will positively cure diseases which
ether remedies will not even relieve.
Because ever WOO physicians and druggists hive
voluntarily testified that they are superior to ail
other plaster or medicines lor external use,
Bc'jf -iso the mAnnfacturcri havn recsived the
ouly medals ever given for porous plasters.
Benson's taiiie Porous Plaster!
SEABUHY & JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
HVIIU KKM l. li V A T I . A NTT- PriceTstVct
H MEAD'S Medicated CORN r,l BUNION PLASTf
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS "iiw
Mood, anil will cotiiplnte'lv cliatint 1 h hlom! int lie en
tire wvitetn in t hrtH luont lif. Any p'i-son who will t.k
1 fiill eacti Timh t from 1 to 1 H t'kn mny he rnetfr,d
tortoiiml health, if Midi a t hinjr .r posttihl. Wulii nv
iirwht'rfl, rr nn t by mail for M l(ttir rttiinip, 1. K.
VuUNbos A Lu., It us to ii, iMttMa., ftiriucrly llauK'ir, Mtt
BEfORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' 7 rial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNS OR OLD,
"lirilD are suircrlni,' from Nsiivocs Ukrimtt,
V Lost Vitality, I, o k or Skiivk Koai-a anii
Viooa. Wastiso WkaKSHssks. nnd all those diseases
nra I'riisoNAi, Nati hk h'siiltiinr from Aiu'sks aud
OTiiKii cai'sks. Sp ,'ilv r-in i mi l complete resto
ration of IlKAi.ru.V ii, o a and M wuimri iichantkud.
The grandest dlwiivio'v ,,r Hi,- Sni,t"enili Ci-ntury.
Send Htoucu for lllustc:iU.'il i'niiipiili t fn6. Adilress
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., IrlAltoHAU, MICH.
PR. KLINE'S GREAT
18 XW.i--uil iouis AsnI'r.Kv
Ir)isiir. Om.y si i,k I'fi.r ismi Nkrve Arrau-
iio.ss.l-'iis.Ki'ii nesr., tc INFAI-l.llil.K It tnk'in
bis ilirix'tf,). A,,Va n'l, r tirnltl.iu'KUaf. Treatise k
lit trial luiiilii trim in fit Cai's,tiiey psyliir csprass
Ichariri'a mi l,i,Hlien ri"'i'lvi,l. Sioul nioti.s.l-.o and
l,oi'r,'.sa,l,in'siariilllirle,l In llH.kl.lNK.ll.il Aruli
lst.,lhlls,ls.,f" .Sie lru,,fl.,l. Ilrmtr ttt SVquUa.
YOl If (' AIMTAL.
'CiloH ile.-ii'ilii! !' iniike liioney
mi a 'in in,, i me mini iiivcHtiiienti
in rni in. provitii oh ami htiK-k
hie'iil:il,i , i nn ilii so by opi-l'-li
tin:; , "i hoi flu n. 1' rein Mil v 1st,
1 ,- -s , (,, ii,.. pirciMil. ilnto, ell in
V,'l,tllli"i's ill S III nil lilifi.lMKI, eilhll
pi' du ' it. v I M I'eull.toil and
I'lll'l t,l IIIM'l-tiil'H ILIMOUUtillg to
ki-vciiiI tiin"-, f i- original invest
IIR'lll, i. tnl lent in tiieei'lulnHl In-V-elnienr
i:-akiii limlli-y el' PUV
nliln on ill inii'iil. KMiluniitory cir
ciil.i'S a ii' i i 'bttoiiiciil. of (iiinl W
Heiit liee We want leHponsible
iigntita, win) will riipnrt oil ciups
mi, I intnaliieu tlio plan. Libel al
i'iiiiiiiiihs una imlil. Address,
KU'.HMIMi X MKHIIIVM. Com.
mission .Mervbuiits, Midor uleck,
The agonies of fill ion Colic, tha indiscrlbable
pangs of Chronic Indigestion, thn Uehllity and
mental stupor resulting fiom a coMlto habit, nay
he certainly avoided by regti atlug the system with
lliut sgreesble and refreshing standard Prepara
tion, Tarrant's h' Uzi r A peril nt,
Pun urable al nil Dru .'i'l its-
10 lo ,520,000
In lelllin.ite I'ldiriiius s'lie. iiliiliim 111 Oialn, Pro
visions and htocks on our piilicied plan, yield
sum monthly pr ints to large and small Investor.
Address fir full particulars It K Kendall ,fe Co,
Coin'll .Men lianis, IW ,V li'.i I, a tsnlle at. Chicago 111
31 A li li I Ml I) I ! I J JJ E A I r X.mn
wi-hlng to lonu mi oi iialiit,iiirc Willi a view to
marriage, send ,'i rent M'lHup to- sealed letter, with
lull partn uliirs, in pip, r.V. Krigliam, li islon .Mas.
()AIl)INf(J tv DAY SCHOOL
FOJt BO VS.
Fifth year begins September I, lsj, A drat
cla-s high echooi ; tinaeetarlan ; strict (Helpline,;
thorough Instruct ion; graduate student In the
classical and corniiierclal courses, Suintmr of
boarders limited, r' ,r cal iIoiiuch ad Ircsa
liliN 1,'. I'OSTKI!, A. M. Piluclpal,
I'iA I'lihliu strcels, St. Loll!.
( )V(i VI V ".vo'i want lot earn Telcgra
j ('Liit .Hint ihv in a lew months, iiinl bo
certain of a sllii itinn, address Vaiemimi Drolher.
.lancsville, w ic.
Cl'HI.VtilTKI.II ilU.i ril Sl.V.ss Col.I.KtiK;
('i.uip;e'e U' iiinl business practice, send for Jour
nal tree .
M.W A D V F. Ill I s E M h N Ts "
iMhlfiK in ' Mill I it tiiii.ii i". ii or tim
curt'oi ..trf,.U. rioii.-i, p,.in. i. tur, till .Surffi.
Soff l't l, M ruiriii, IMsH'im-l, Catiirrh. Lorn uf
A fM-1 1t.t t-elunlO (.uilllt, uihl Ml, AUioi
'll'ri. It Hf.tr tU. Ail iliujtittiu mi i
country Mure k'f(iri . il il. H. i. AflUr
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Chili-, i, tl, -re the sure-t. iirnnsnf miiklna ns-ular moiuhlv
pn , tiL.fr, ,iu tuvi-.tuieiiLKof Into tumor liirmlin!iiii.' ill
haeli meiiilsT fts the Is-uelit of romlimisl ciiiitnl u( tho
Club. It) to loo per i'iit. I nvi lends pa.d nioiithly, lle
imrtsof i,;sTaiiiiiis sent each rei iiils'r, tsliare- (d0 each,
riilci'in ilile. noria eiiltle. tran .lenilile, A reliable is,r-r.'.-s
m .rnl.-ri r wanted la every ten o. r'is'ial jniliaeincnts.
liriiisnat, , it Circular "'lit tin'. Addn-s It. K, Kk.miauu
4 Co., il ITU 11 .Sulk) tit., Oil ICAdU, iLU
OF EVEB7 KIND CBEAPEB THAN EVIS.
Rifles, Shot Onus, Kevolvers, Ammunition,
l lslilng Tu, kle, SelneH, Nets, Kulve,
H;uor,Sknlea, lliiiiinioek, etc.
Lurfce Illiutriiteil ntatiiBue t'UEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I I.iulios ami (Icntlemen, tnengafre,
Willi os to sell several I'seful Ilouseholil
Articles, l'rofll In i go I.noor I light.
F.icln-ive territory given. No competition.
Terms liberal. I'ircnliirs FHKK. Address)
Hewitt Sluuiifitrt'g Co., Dux sits, Pittsburgh, P.
SwmUrJi Insect Fowdor Kill
AKD ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will thiiroiicl.ly cxti-pinlmto Roaches, Ants,
Bed I, in's, l'lo:, l.lcr.Tobuei o noil Cotton Worms,
Moth, tic. It is ul sure, cleanly nnd cheap. It
will nut poison milnuiNor fowls. Samplo pack
ages by mail ;:o cents, pe.i ) aid. Sbimp taken,
Cii'ciilius I'ee. Agent Vllllteil. AddresJ,
J. II. JOHNSTON. Pittsburgh, Pa.
of all kinds for solo vorv cheap.
I Catalocues free. A.Mress, RICHARD
I HULL SCO Box COO. Pittsburgh, p.
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