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A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
cl the present generation. It is for the
Cure of thii ditteaae and it attendants,
PEPSIA, C0N8TIPATI0N,JPILES, etc, that
tUTT'S PILLS nave gained' a worldwlda
reputation.NoKbmodyhoa ever been
difHtive orgnna, givinK thorn vigor to a
almilate"food. AHft natural reaultVthe
Nervous byatom la Braced, the Muaolea
are Dcvelopod,"and the Body Robuat.
Olillls And Povor,
B. RIVAL, a Plantar at Bayou Kara, La.aava:
kty plantation Is In a malarial rllatrlot. For
aavaral year I could not make half a orop on
acoouot of bllloua dlaanon and chllla. J waa
niarly dlacouragad wben I began the oi. of
TLTT'8 F1LLB. Tb roeult waa marveloue:
my labomre eoon becama hearty aud robuat,
and I have bad do further trouble.
ThfT relieve I He rng-onr r-l Liver, rltmnaa
I lie IIIihmI from polaonuua linuiim, emit
rauaf Hi boitrli U. met naturally, wllb.
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TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
irav IIaiii ir WiitKi t rhamtcd tmuuw.r
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Hop Litters are the i'urcst ati'l Jii-st
Hitters ever Ma lo.
Tliey are coinpounill from II i8, Milt,
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Hitters are ue,l, so varied and pcrttct are
They give new life and vigor to Uieaed
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cause irregularity of the lwels or urinary
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U'liij lii'hly curative, tonic and st:niu!a
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No matter what yxtir feelings or symp
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Ih, use Hop Hitlers, U n't wait until you
are siek, but if you only feel bad
fir miserable, "e H"p Hitters at
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HundP'oN have been saved by so lining.
)00 will be p.iid for a case they will not
cure or help.
Uo not Hiilfer or let your friends sutler,
but use and time th.-tn to use Hop Hitters, j
Remember. Hop Bitters is no vi'.e,lruuej j
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and
Hfst M.-dicinc ever in vie; the "Invalids
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
hould be without llietn. Try the Hitters
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I'reiiarcd liy a Woman.
Tat flmlnl Hmllftl IHtroirry Sin I bo ! or lllalory.
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haruonlnw tlio orifiuili1 function, BlvonolMllclty anil
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eyo, and pliuta on the pal clwli f wninnn the ft.
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I VPhilclani Uio It antl Proscritto II Freoly.'V
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That fi'vlinit nftioai'lna down, caiinliiff aln, wl(li)
nd liackaclio, la alwa.ru piTmanontly curwl liy lt ufc
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Both tlia Compound and Iilood Purlflor nrn prepared
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It In r, 1 1. Hli bottlca for St. Brut hy inall In tho form
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A viiillnt of yniitlmtl linpnidpiinn emu iiiK J'tonm.
Iitra Jim y, orvou Debility, Iut Mnt lion.!, rlr,,
havinit tried In vulti evnry known rmuctly, lina rtl.
cfivpmlanimplaMiiFuni, whiph lie will ai-nd 1- Kl.lt
Ui Ida follow-aullwin. , addroas af. II, HLE lJS,
43 llmiliuui hi. I,
7 r T-7
-y V - V V
TOIL TWENTY YEAES.
It doesn't seem miieh of a storv to tell,
although it whs atough ono to live. Vou
see, it wax more than twenty years ago
that my twin brother and I iold out our
homestead in New York and went to
California to seek our fortunes. All tho
rest of the family were dead, and wo
were tho more attached to each other
Well. Wrt trlnd mlninrr ami urn r!,l
everything that we could think of; but
nothing seemed to jirosper with us; we
only grew oorer and poorer. Finully,
we thoupriit of tho idea of separating,
so as to work two fields at once, before
tiie last tif our eapitnl was gone. There
was great talk just then about hoiixi
new gold region, and wo agreed thut
one of ns should go there and try his
luck, while tho other remained in San
I ran riseo and carried on a little bnsi
nes; we had started.
Of course everything was in partner
hip. I never thought of an interest
separato from hi, and ho, I know, felt
the same. Well, tho question arose
which of us should go. It wasn't verv
tempting, the mining life, and neither
of us was anxious for it, and so we rli'ew
lots to see which of us should go. Tho
Jut fell on inc.
There wits another reason why I
didn't want to go beside the uncomfort
able life, but I would not tell Hob. for
I could not drive him oil' to the mines,
rind I knew his generous heart so well
that I was sure he would inisi on go
ing if he knew all. Hut well, the truth
is. in a word, I was in love and I
couldn't bear to leave my dainty Susy
to light the world alone she'vas a
music-teacher nor for other fellows to
fall in lovo with.
However, of course I submitted to lot
and inado my preparations to go. It
wat a sad heart that I bore around to
Susy's rooms that night, and I could
not bear to tell her; but, bless you! she
no sooner saw my face than she knew
nfmething was coming, and she braced
herself up to meet it before she asked
me a ;t"'-tion. After wo had spoken of
the weather and tho book I had brought
her the day before, she said quietly,
'Well, Ralph, what is it? I know you
have bad news for me."
"It's bad for me, Suy," I answered,
"and I am afraid it will" be bad for you,
too; though of course you know""
I couldn't go on, and she spoke again,
brave as she always was.
"Haiph. vou know I'm used to mis
fortune. Tell me at once."
So I told her, and she bore it nobly,
as I knew she would though I was the
only friend she had in San KrancUco,
except her pupils. Hut I had thought
of another plan to make my going a
little ea-ier. That was to make her my
wife before I felUso as to leave her in
the care of Rob, and relievo her from
Ur hard life.
After some persuasion she consented
to it. So a day or two afterward, wo
three I had told Rob went ?nto a
quiet church, and she was given me to
Cherish and protect until death.
Hrave little woman! How trustingly
he gave me her heart, and how basely
' failed her! How ready I was to be
lieve Hut let nie go back. I took her
to our cozy boarding-place, which was
Ludeed a home to us, installed her as its
mistress, made every provision that lore
could suggest for her comfort, enjoyed
the bliss of a few hours' honeymoon,
aud then left her.
I needn't speak of that. I was hard,
I tell you. Ah, well! I'm an old man
now older by sorrows than by vears;
but I never shall forget the fresh, dainty
look of my darling as I left her on tho
steps that bitter day a bride in the
morning, a widow at night. And I did
not forget it through all the black years,
though it seemed as if the memory of it
would drive me mad.
Well, I went to the mines, and I tried
faithfully, eagerly, for my heart was
longing to go back to her. Hut I could
Mails were not then established, so I
did mt hear from my two dear ones,
but all the harder 1 toiled, for never a
thought of doubt entered my mind. I
was tinly too glad td have a brother to
care for her, and save my darling from
all rough contact with the world.
r'inding'no luck in the mines, I deter
mined to push on to tho Indian country,
and try a little hunting and trapping
for there was good business then. I suc
ceeded a little better at that; but wan
dered on, and finally came out at Frazer
River, where the fever of the gold ex
citement had just broken ou most
I don't know whether it was months
or years days and weeks were alike to
mo'foralong time-but at last 1 was
successful anJ got together five thou
sand dollars in yellow dust. Of course,
my only thought was of my wife, and I
seized the first opportunity to send olT
A miner at homo willingly took
charge, of my little pile, and I soon be
gan to look for letters. Rob's I could
easily imagine noble, manly, like him
self. Susy's I thought of, and tried to
fancy hundreds of times, for I'd never
had a letter from her. I knew it would
bo delicate and pretty, and like my
beautiful snow drop.
Well, well, fancies may do very well,
hut they will not feed a hungry heart,
Hay after day passed by and no letters,
My soul grew sick. I made all sorts of
excuses for them. I imagined all sorts
of delays. Rut tho long, dreary days
went by with leaden feet, and not a
worl camn to tho wanderer from his
I grew morbid and bitter, Hiid at last
I wrote to an acquaintance in San
Francisco, asking for tidings of my
brother and my wife, Tho friend was
not so neglectful as the wife ami broth
er. Soon too soon I received a reply.
I can see It now in letters of liro.
"My Dr.An Knxow. I have made lieiiilrlea,
as you rouwostod.Hhotit your wlleiuel liroiher,
Hud 1 en n only Hint Unit I hey (llitipi'itt'eit I mm
here a few months nvo, tellhiir no ohm wlilllier
lliey were IioIiik. They seemed at that time 10
he In inmsoiwloii of plenty tit money,"
What more tho letter contained 1
never knew; that much was burned into
mv brain, and at that point 1 lost my
'self.. They say I was a raving inn nl. hi.
I'erhapd no; I don't know. I only know
I found myself an old man, blasted bo
foro my time, like a tree struck by light
ning. Weeks, months, years, dragged on. I
scarcely knew they passed. Mechani
cally I worked on. Jortuno, no longer
sought, showered gold on ma. 1 cared
not for It, but instinct prevented mo
from throwing It away. Gambling watt
utterly repugnant to tuo. No form of
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882.
dissipation lured mo. 1 was an old mau
at thirty. 1 only worked and thought,
and lived over tho old days and my
ono brief day of unclouded joy!
I never cursed them. Tho hurt was
too sharp and too deep for curses. From
the depth cf my torn heart I pitied
Well, twenty years rolled on, and I
had got to be forty years old, feeling
aud looking more like sixty-tivo, bent
and stiff and gray-haired. One day in
.my wanderings I came on a travelling
purty of miuei'S, bound to tho gold re
gions. I Joined them, frontier fashion,
and was soon seuted at their fire, ex
changing news with the Indians and
those from the States. I chanced to
mention my name.
"We've got a namesake of yours in
camp." said one fellow.
"Have you? It isn't a common
name," I replied carelessly.
"N't, and there's where it's odd,"
said he. "Reside, you somehow re
mind me of brni, though vou're much
older than bit can be. Hy tlio way, there
I turned .something, I knew riot what,
scf-med to sh'Mit through me, 1 rose,
and recognized Robert, my brother. My
heart gave one bound. I forgot my
wrimsrs, I saw only my dear other self,
tho beloved companion of my buy hood's
days. I sprang forward eagerly.
"Robert, dear "Id boy, is it y"u?"
He looked at mo incredulously.
"Raljih, it can't be you!"
"It is," I cried; and -well, I don't
know as I am ashamed of it I embrac
ed him like a schoolgirl and wept.
And so did he, poor fellow, though
he could hardly believe the w recked old
man w as his brother. Rut what struck
m even then as strange was that ho
did not shrink from ine, uor act as
though he had injured me.
"Robert," I said, when we were
alone and calmer, "I've forjriven you
long ago. We won't speak of tho past.
Let me be happy in tho hi Us of seeing
you once more. I w ill never come round
to trouble you brother."
"Forgive ine?" he said inquiringly,
"I don't understand. You'll never
trouble mo and we won't speak of li:e
pat? Why didn't you write to iia? Your
"lo not speak of her, Robert !M 1 in
terrupted in siiddeii agony. "I can bear
anything cUc -spare nie thai!"
"Hut, Ralph, there's something very
strange here. Wliv didn't you let us
hear from you? Wh , can't I speak of
her? Since you are not dead, as we sup
posed, w hy did you desert her?"
Ieert her-my wife! My God!"
and I fairly laughed.
A horrible laugh. I dare sav, for Rob
ert turned pale. I could see iie thought
I was mad. I resolved to control myself,
and, since we must, have it out, to tall;
it over. So after a turn or two, 1 came
back and stood by him.
"Now, Robert, if there is any mistake
here, let us understand it at once. I
left von, twentv years ago, in charge of
"You did. and I"
"And you," I interrupted, "took the
best care of her and did not hear from
me: and she grew tired of wailing and
loving a shadow, and you grew to love
"Hold!" lie shouted, his eyes blazing.
Who told you that?"
1 went on, not heeding L.m:
"And she grew faint and tired; she
saw your love and returned it."
Robert seized my arm as though he
would murder me.
"Hu.sh, till I have done," I said.
"When you received the money I sent,
you were too far gone to go back. Siio
got a dhon.o, vou married her, and left
"And you have believed this thing
for twenty years?" ho said calmlv,
though it w as the calmness of a smoth
"You have for twenty-one years be
lieved that both your "wife and your
brother were infamously false to vou?"
"Then hear me, Ralph, while I swear
solemnly that the whole story is an in
famous falsehood! That your wife is
as true to you to-day ns she was the day
you left her."
"What do vou mean, Robert?" I
cried frantically, overwhelmed by the
earnestness td his manner and words.
"What I say, Ralph, Oh, there lias
been a great mistake! Hear my story.
After you left us, I struggled on with
the business, though not succeeding
very well. .Susy drooped at tirst, but
soon grew cheerful, and, after a while,
began to plan for your return."
These words brought the dear little
creature so plain before my eyes that I
sank to tho grouud and covered my
'As weeks and months and years
passed on," he went on slowly, "her
cheeks grew so thin and pale, and a
hungry look came into hereyes. I saw
she was pining, ami wrote a letter to
you, but no word could we hear. There
canifl to me in a liltlo letter, directed to
both td us, a draft of live thousand dol
lars, with not a word io tell how or
from whom it. came. Of course wo
knew it, cainu from you, but whether
gift or legacy, who could tell? We iu
siiiuted new inquiries. Nothing that
love could suggest, was left undone. At
last we were forced to conclude that
you were dead. Hy my advice th
money was invested in"a small farm
some distance from San Francisco, and
Susy went to live on it, while I started
out tin a sort of wandering, vagabond
life in the hope of at least linding your
grave, for wo never believed you were
alive all these long years and never lei
us hear from you. That' life 1 have lived
for fifteen years, returningonce in three
or four years to see to the comfort of
Susy; and now I have found you"
"You have found me," 1 interrupted,
"a wreck -a miserable wretch, who has
blasted three lives by his criminal weak
ness, his childish credulity in believing
evil, ami w ho will soon rid tho earth of
I started to go, for, verily, despair
had seized upon me. That I should
have believed that horror for so many
years, and Hud it a stupid mistake; that
1 should have thrown away my life, tho
blessed lovo of my true wife, tho warru
affection of my brother, for an idlo
scandal? It was too much for mo to
Robert laid a detaining hand on my
arm as I moved away.
"But Susy, Ralph; what shall I sav to
tho lovirfg little woman who has sutler
ed io many lon jr f0r you?"
Let herstiilhellovo me dead, Hubert,"
I renlied gloomily.
"Nay, brother, let me rather restore
you to her. Ralph, go homo, and let u.i
bo so happy together as to partly make
tip for tneso years of mistakes and
Well, ho teased me, and soon I was
eager enough myself. Now tho gold 1
had despised was valuable, as it could
adil to Susy's comfort. I gathered it up,
and wi! started for homo. Home! I had
not spoken the word for fifteen years.
As we went, Robert tried to prepare
mo for a change in Susy.
"She has had a life of sorrow as well
as you, my dear brother, and you must
remember she Uu't tho girl of eighteen
you left. She is nearly forty years old."
As drew near I seemed to grow
young again, and I wanted to rush
through without stopping a minute.
Rut Robert refused; ho wanted to get
mo into civilized clothes and under tho
haieU of a barber. Ho wouldn't take
such a wild man of tho woods to a little
waiting w ife.
So we shipped a few hours in San
Francisco. 1 had my long white hair
and beard trimmed, and my dress ar
ranged to suit Robert, ami hastened on
As wo approached the blessed spot
where my darling lived could scarcely
breathe, "and I dreaded to frighten her
to death. In sight of the bouse, 1 sent
Robert ahead to tell her, and 1 naselv
hid in the shrubbery where I could look
in through the open window-.
There she was! The same dainty
figure- l he same lovely face; but dressed,
ih, my God! in widow's weeds, and her
bonny brown hair thickly sprinkled with
bilver. I saw the rapid conversation.
1 saw the color come quickly to her
face, then leave it pale as death. I saw
her turn to the door and fly; 1 sprang to
meet her, and and
Well, I shoiiM't like to tell nboiitthat.
And w hat said that little woman when
she knew that 1 had remained away all
these long years, had blasted her" life
love, made deep misery for all by my
stupid belief of a piece" of gossip that
even to hear repeated she shrank from
as though it would wither her lite?
With quivering lips she said,
"Dear Ralph, let us forget the past.
This dread suspicion has wrought its
work of sorrow upon us both. It has
been a fearful mistake, but wo may be
happy again in each other's love."
The Mexican's Game.
A rich merchant of Matamoras, Mex
ico, some little time ago received a
threatening anonymous notice to place
S'tiOO at a spot near his house. On ap
plying to the authorities he was told to
do as requested in the latter and a troop
of soldiers would ho sent to watch tho
money. His servant slowed the Jr'tiuo in
tho designated place, and returning
cautiously to watch further proceedings
was shot "dead by the soldiers, whom ho
found in the act of dividing the money.
Pk-hoes from tho weather bureau: All
storms move east and never west, nor
north, nor south. Kvcry bit of weat h
er in this country is made in the north
western part of the Rocky Mountains.
Experience and observation have shown
that one year's mean temperature does
not vary from that of another over 6 deg.
I saw so much said about the merits of
Hop Hitters, aud my wife who was alwejs
doctoring, and never well, teased me so ur
gently to irct her some. I concluded to be
humbuggged again; and I am glad I did,
for in less than two months' use of the bit
t.rs, my wife was cured, and she has re
mained so tor eighteen months since I
like Etich humbugging. H.T., St. Paul.
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1382 SENT FftEE to anv mMr.-wi. ISO lllim.
irHimnmif nil kin.hnf BEA83, GEEMAN
SILVER and REED inrniiint, toKthvr
witii full inntrtii lHina for f(irmin Hands, di.
TIHinn RHll rlnji.ifii-uli.t,. rJ lno.P..R..
WHAT nd HOW to purrhaaa; t.rm for
piW urallTnr platuiK. repairing, Ac. Willalao
Bnil, if desins, our bami ami OrchtMra
Guide, 84 p. latest popular mumr, AUdn-an
THE ROOT A SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAGO.IU
The Best Known Remedy for
I wi I
Backache or Lamo Dack.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Achesor Pains
Arc Superior to all other riaatera.
Are Superior to Taili.
Are Superior to I.lnimenta.
Are Superior to Ointment or Slnlrra.
Are superior to Electricity or galvau Um
They Act Immeillatcly.
They UclleTe Pain nt Oneo.
1 hey roaillvcly Cure.
lera nave neen imitated, no
a not allow yonr dructrtst to
pilm off sums othiT plimtcr having a eimilar
onn(linr nitmn. See that the word la apelled
t'-A-l'-C-l-N B. T'riro S5 rts.
SEABURY A. JOHNSON,
ManiiUcttirini; C'lu iiiisUi, New nrlc
SI 'UK It K.Vl I : lY AT I. A ST. PriraN:'.
HEAD'S Mudicated CORN and HUNION PUSTtR.
llloiiil, and iltrnnipl(t.lr chanirn tho hlnnd in thn mi
1 ir h h. 1'in in thri'M ui'iniliH. Any piirMnn who will take
1 pill each tiicht from 1 t" IS winkauia)' lie ri'.tiirml
tOKouiid heallh. if Nii.-ti atluiiir lieiMiHHililn. Mulil v
erywlirrc, t.r ni-nt hy mail l"r H li'lti r atamp I. N.
JullSHuN A t.'n., IltiHtnn, Mawi., furinnrly limiur, M
Ci; ZU Charlos SUoot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A vairwlar f 1 not n of two iiirillcxl
eolli ni'K, hits liii'ii imiutT iiiftii'il In llii'liriit
llit'MI nl' 'hrnni,., Nitvoiiii, Icln mi.l
llloii.l IHsihm'4 I li.ui iiiiv nl In r 1, li lrl.in In
!-l, l.unls, 11s I'ilv ':ti r- kIihii-iin.i nil nlil ri'-t-1I111IM
k 1 1 1 1 i . t'liiiHiilini inn nt iiillc.' or hy mull.
liiT nml iiiiltiil. A li'l.'ii.lli l.ilk ur liliipii,.ii
en, is iml hi ilk'. Wlirn II In It iiii'iitinl In l lilt
thn ( In fur In iilniriil, 1111 iIIi'Iiii h run U-aent
hy 11111H nr ixir-sH cicrv win re. fiinilili' 1 nsea
u ii.i r.i 11 1 . . I : ivhi'i'i' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 L 1 -1 s It In liunkly
bliilnl. ( nil or W i lli'.
Nnrvnus Trostration, Deliility,Mont.id and
riiysicul Wuaknnss, M'Tcurial and othrr
affections of Throat, Skin and Donim, Blood
Impurities and Blood roitioninir, Skin Afi'uc-
tions, Old Sort's and Ulum, Impediments to
Marrinye, Kticutnatism Piles. Spnoial
attention to eiuos from over-workod hrain.
SURGICAL CASES reonive speeial attention.
Diseasos arising from Imrrudoiicns, Excesnoi,
Indulgences or Exposure!,
11 In neir-evlili'Mt Hint n phvslclnn pitylim
pHrtlcnliir alli nllnii to a clns- nfrn iiilnliia
(l i nt skill, nml phvuli'liiiis In ri itiilur iriu'tli'ii
nil nvi-r thn cininli'v kinmlii(r till", fir'im'iilly
ri iniiiiiiriiil riiM'Hln Hie 1.I1I. l nllli'i' In A r li n,
while every known appliance l rewirti'il Io.
ami the provoil mmil r.nitllH of "II
Kites nml ciiinil i li a lire used. A w hole house la
iird lorolhce plirpusea, nml nil are treated with
aklll In a rc I ml tiiiiiniei'i ninl. knowing
what to do. iioeiiiiei lnieiiln nre tninle. on ac
count of Hie Ki'eut iiuiul'er npplyliiK, the
chiinrea nrn ketit low. oflen lower than la
ilnuiilideil liV olliera If vnli aeenre the kl'l
ami ad 11 apei'dy mid perfect liie rnr. Unit la
tilt' Important mutter. l'uniihU t, M pitgea,
acut to any mldieia free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Kli'imnt elotll and (Hit hlndluit. Healed for M
renlH In postaitc or currency, Over lllty won-
tert'lll pen pletnrea, tine to 1 1 V , arltele.iill the
fiillim liiiiAUl'lecls, ho null marry, whniioli
hvr I'roperaire lomarrr. Who marry llrat.
ilniiliiHiil, SVoiiiaiilini'il. PhyleHl decay. ho
ahiiiild ituiriT. How life ami I111ppl11e.11 may lm
liicreasi'd. Tho tnnrrled or roiitctniiliiUnij
MarrvliiK ahoiild read 1 1. It ouaht to he read
by all adult pemoiiH, then kept under link anil
hey. Poimlnr edition, aniiie asalmve, hut papi
cover and HiAl pa0ea, Hi ctuU by mall, lu Uioui
? M o
jr f 0
m 11 ii!
The nsntilea of niilon Colic, tho tn.llacrlhahla
pnniia of l.'hronlc Indlxeatlou, the debility and
menial atupor n snltlnR ftnm a eoatlve habit, may
lm certainly avoided by rvniatloK the avium wltfj
that aurecabli) unit rurreahiiiK etaudard Frepara
lion, Turrant'a Helutrr A peril nt.
rrociiraltle at ml Itrumtsta-
10 to 20,000
Fn le?iini ite j'ir!ir,i,,iw Fpecu'nilnn In (Jniin, Pro
vimIoiik nml isidi its mi our pi. rfi,ctinl plan, yield
him iiioiiihlv pr'.ills to In-!;.- nnd .mull Investor.
AddrehH for rill puriiciihir-. It. K Konriall Jt Co,
Cuin'ii Mm trmit r.7 1 711 U ."uliu at, Chicago 111
wi-hltiK to hirm an i itmiritanre w ith a view to
mailing.. H'l.d Itrei.i nlump In, m n.ed letter, with,
filii purl" illni-H, tn l'i, r A llrlham, Ilo.lun Maia.
IMUJiI)IN( k DAY SCHOOL
Kllth year IicvIik. Septinnhi r I, lss.', A drat
rla- li'i'h n-lii'oi; nt.M i.urmii ; airict, (Helpline;
thnrounh iiiHtiin linn; ltiiiIiii,I, UmleniH in tha
claarical nun c iiiin. rcml coiiraen. Number of
boanltri" liniiieil, r'ur ritulnyneH ad'lrira
Jlfc.N, 1!, KiiSTUt, A. M. Prlnelpal.
Hi A I'inc .irei'th, Si. LoiiId.
'flffiVft WX "''"" wiieltolriirnTclcgM.
-"till pl.y Ina lew inoiiiliH, and be
rerUIll of a cllllilliill. iiildirrn Villi tn : in, Kr,.il,F
Jmieaville, If. .
ef'KI.VcriEI.H ill.l.) lilSINKSS COLLEGE
k-7l 'iiniilelu in. tuul IiiikIlchh prHiillce, auua for Jour
mil free ,
M'.W Al) I klTSivMENi'S.
Contiilnlni! hoih verlima of the TESTA
MENT We iiniK. mi cilia charue for ihe addt-
EL EUAN I' lEvI(iNS Haii(Lsoinel.vI!min(l
Our ilUiliin emit Mil i. 01 jnecH . -j.ri'O lliuatra
Hnua. Extra liiilnerruentH ollered to Enuritetio
Agent", lilunlnili d ('n.n'ccuc Kent on application.
A.J. llolmnn A Co . 1J.J Arrh M., Phllndelphla.
NuthUiif in no- uurld utiut Lu it ir Uit '
i' of 8rirnl, Phiipl-, IWlli.TcttfT. Oli Sor,
e f'.Ti's, McrcurUI liHt'Hpi, Cnt irrh l of
Appeiile, a-Vumk' Co'iiplaiuu, mal at. riloud
''!l.eaj-.ri. It tuirr h!l. AM ilnutlUa ntt
country trc r fl. ft. K. fellrrt
A (.. I'r(p', rilMtiirnrt. mi cr txittlu.
1 OTIC E 1 0 C'UNTlt AC ."OKS.
C:,y Olerk'a o'lx , Cnlr". 111., Aiitf'-'llat, 18H2.
healed i ioI'O u'.k n ih lie ren iv. d nl (Ills olllco,
directed to Ihe . ny ei ,'t cil of the city of Cairo un
til meeting' of the council, Ttireday evening, Sept.
IJih. lisf, f-.T I'urjilhlni.c the nmt. rial and doluif,
the vork. o- duin'f (lie woi Ti"ceJ-.ry Tor ihe re
CoiiclnK li.n. 01 Ihe li.lioiviini rulewafk. , to ho eon
ftructed nf wood, v1.: Oil eaalerly aide of Wal
nut ticet. Iietivi'en Eleventh an I Twelfth
Htreeth; on the Northerly aide of Kllth atrect run
nl n lift feet wuntenv ftom WashluKtoti avenue.
To bo cotiatruiMed of brick, viz: On the Uor herly
aide of Klfth treet ritnnlnu .'ITU feet eaalwardly
from Wii'tiHi Hired . provided by ordinance
No. '8 approved ovmber Jrd, IHHI, which ia on
tile tn thiH ofl'icu and Hiibject to exainluaiiou at any
tiniu A vluoil and Fiilllclent bond for twlco tha
amount tntiHt acconlpHtiy nil propoottlona. The
rijht to rej' i t any and all Mda reserved by the city.
U. .1 FOLKY,CltCle.ra.
PESaNSYLVAXIA Military ACADEMr
CHKoTEK. Slat voir open September 1:1th.
New ltulldlnija. Supurlor accoinmodiitloua.
Appolntmetita completn. Knr;llih, Collinlate,
Chotnlcal, Civil Kni.''ii"erl:'e roiraea. Duirreea
Cnnlerred. Apply to W. P. Hullidiiv. Eaq., patron
Cairo, 111., or to COL. TIIEO. IIVATT, Preat.
Clnl-NoMiTHthn fnin-Ht. riniiUKfif iimiiij;niniliu' mtmilii
r'",,t" ' in vmi un-iumii f in nisi tmntur rnurtf rimiintf in
GRAIN, PRO VIS1OWS&, STOCKS
Kiieh mciiiUT ueM the Iwik IIl nf s .1 u I i in-. 1 -ji 1 1 i t ui uf the
Chili. lOto KKI wr (Tin. Hivlileiiili i,,l ne nil lily. JIm
porta of 1 ienitintiH aeulem li 11 h -in I t. tmiv f fn eo.,'h,
risli'tn iliie, iioiui-'-vH''!e, iniucler-it'le. A n-linlile eor
nni. indent minlcl in every t.nvn. ns-lul iiiiliutmienta.
Exi'lniiiilnrv f ireitliir H'nt fn.-. A'tilti- li. 10. KilnuaIO.
tCo., i;;ii naijiAiiio hi.,cuicauo. Ilu
0F EVERY KIND CHEAPER THAR EVES.
Ill flea, Shot Oumk, ltc vol vera, Ammunition,
rislilnn Tn kle, Seine. NeU, Knivea,
Htiora, SUniea, lliinimoeka, etc.
Lare llliiatniteil Ciitnlncue KUEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I r.ii'ltetnml Oentlemen, toenftap
with iih to aell sevornl l ael'nl llotiaehold
Artielea. 1't'olltM lnri;e Lnltor la llKht.
I.ieliisive territory nlven. No eompetilion.
Termt lliierul. Clrciiliun VliV.K. Addreaa
llenitl Sluuiiruct'Kt o., Ilox Wis, plttaburgh, Pa.
Swciliili Insect Powder Kills
AKD ALL TR0U3LESOUE VERMIN.
It will thorotiKlily cxtermiuatn Koiu'hea, Ant,
Bed lui;f, I'leim, l.li I'. l'ylnieed nndCultouWoruia,
Moth, elf. It ia ante, num. rlonnly and elieup. It
will not polsnti nulmiiU or fowls. Kuniple pack
hl'i'h by ttiiiil 1 :W tenia, p.ist-piiM, Ptnmpa tnki'H.
Cli-eiilnis fc. Aifeiita V:mleil. Addreaa,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Plttabtugh,Pa.
Ills n" klnd8 r 8nle very cheap.
catalogues Troo. A.i.irew, richaru
HULL I Ca Box 868, Pttbburgh, Pa.
I BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliance! art tent on 30 Dayi1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR OLD,
T"llt) are auircrlni from NitMvoua Dcaii.rrr,
TT I.oiit ViVAi.irv. l.ti'K or Nkiivi rum a aau
Vlnim, Wa.tinii VI kaKskshkk. and nil lhteillMM
of a 1'KunoNAi, Natch reHiiltmir frmu Aae.KN and
Othus I'ACMKa. Hiianlr tvHef no I rumpli'la re.t.
ration ot llaAtTn.vinoiianil HaiiiiiuiiuKjiitu.
The irrande.1 illwuvery nf Ilia Nineteenth Uantury.
Bendat uiiimj for Uluatinhxl Pampbinl fraa. Aililraaa
VOLT AIO ItlT CO., MAMHAU, MICH.
Ij aiaacnaaiimwiaai auaaaajaaaaaa
li. DR f en