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A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
of tho pren(nt generation. It in for the
Curo of thin diweiiBO and its 'attolodauttf,
PEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, FILES, otc, that
TUTT'S PILLS have Kai.ioa a world-wide
reputation. No Jlomedy haa ever been
diacoverf d that acts ao gontly on the
digestive organ, giving them vigor to av
imilule food. As a natural result,' tho
Nervous byatem is l3ru;od, tho Muscles
aru Developed, and the body Rornuitr
OlxlllHt iicl Fovor.
E KIVAI., a I'lan'or at Dnyou Kara, I .a. .nays:
My plni.a!ion is In a nalnrtal district, for
asvural ynam I could not n.nkn halt crop on
acouuut or bllluua (llnonm'S and chili. 1 waa
nearly d.srooregnd whn 1 began the una of
Tt'TT'ft fr'lLI.ti. 'I ha result wan marvelous:
tr.y laborers tuoo boram Iwariy and robuat,
aud 1 bav bad do furttmr trouble.
Tlirr i Atrirlhr monc-d Mier, Tirana
tlif H1mmI from MlMiiua ftiuitiora, and
rauM1 Ihe fxiHe la li awl naturally, Willi
uul nhleh no one ran feel welt.
Iri ihla remedy falrlY.anil mi will suln
ft health lfclln, ioritiivllftd, I'um
lllmMl, Htruuic !trrt fa, nriff m Miii I, Iter,
l'rlw. 3 elila. Olllce, Mlm-ruy Ht.. .X. V.
TUTT'S HAIR BYE.
Hv H yin. i r Wrnm .-ts ctiani." d to a 'li.ivsy
A'Ul f.y a i ritlc '.lii Mum ul Ih'i 1 t:. U
Imparl- r Kt i rat i-olor.Hiol iei tn-lniituie'ously.
Sold i.v I rii;ri,''tH( or sent hy capri-sn uu reeeipl
i,f I 'it fMiar.
Offiop. ,'lfi Murrny Strict. Nnw York.
(Ie. Jl IT .W.l t Ml. ftluablr
J ,ioi-iMiii in I mrful Hrrrtptm R
wll 6 fxai'rif laEE on npulOo. ,. "
Tin; li.il and Wort hi-,
are tifVi.T iiiiitati'il ntnl cjnrit-rl'i'!t.'l. This
is c.'licciuily true if a ami ly mniicin', and
it is M.-ilivc prool Hint the rciucily imitii-tL-ii
ib f the highest value. As suon as it
liui Inen testfl aii'l iruvtil hy the whole
world tint H"p I'ltti r-i WHn thi; piirit, hest
and uiobt vaiu-ilile l.niiily ini-diciiiB or
earth, many itni:atiuiii hjirunj,' uj and he
.ran to steal the notices in which the pre
and people of the country litd txpri-ssc'l
the titi rits cf H. an 1 in every way ir int.'
to induce, (utr-rins; inva.id to use their
(.tllll instead, expecting to make money on
the credit and L'oo l name of II. 1!. Many
others Mirtcd iio.-truni- put up m similar
ht)le to II. B., with variously devised names
i.i which the wor l "Hop" or Hyps'' were
U.sed in a way to induce people to hclicve
they were the same Bs ll"p Hitters. All
hiicti pretended reinedie or cures, no mat
ter what their i-nle or name is. and es
pecially tho.se with the word ''Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Beware rf them
Touch none of them. Use nothing luit yen
uine Hop I'.ittets, witli a hun h or cluster
ofu'reen Hops on the white lahcl. Trust
riothiiii; else. Dru.'i;iMts and dealers are
warned against dcaliiiL' in imitations or
AN OTtl Hl'T I'M' I TI. y. I f W 0 UANT"
;From Urn u)4mb JUt.
IliifTt. Z Utort
Tin' otxive it a kwI Ulcenens .f Mr. t.yitla E. Tlnk.
hatn. of I.ynn. MftB.,"hna!Kirp,llt!uT human Iwin
may Ik) truthfully railed tho ' Poar Frti-nd of Woinan,"
utoino of hrr convp"n'!i'"t ln to call In r, fhe
Li a ahmsly JqtoWiI to her work, hl, h U the out'oniO
of a lifr ttnly, aiirl is obit'"d to krop all lady
assNtanta. to h-l' lier anawcrthc laiTr.-eonvi'ivindi noo
irhi h dally pours In upon her, ra- h lM-nrln lt."iTlnl
burden of Mifforlnfr, or Joy at r,U'asr from It. Ikr
Vi'ifi'taMe Compound Ua mislh In for Rood and not
evil purposca. I have pornontUy liiviiltei It and
am aatMlt-d of thi truth of thK
On account of lt prown nicrlta, It t nvomir.cinVd
anil pn'jiTllicd hy the beat ptiyclrUna In llio country.
Ouo nays i "It worka Uko a charm and arcii much
pain. It will curo entirely th" wnrat furm of fallliiif
of tho uterus Lcucorrnij'a, trrcpular and painful
Uciutniation.all Ovarian TrmiMcs IiiflaniiU'itlon and
llceratlon, I'loodlutia, all IMHplni'i'niciito and the con
atquint H .Inn.) woakucaH, and hi upuclally ada U d to
tliu Change of Lift'."
It pc'ruicatoa oviry portion of tho ayntcm, and (rives
now life ajid vlif'ir. It removes fulntncas, tlatulniry,
dcatrnyi all cravliu,' for itluiulntitK, nnd n-liovos weak
of tho stomai h. It enrea lUimtlnir, IWdachoa,
Ncrroui I'roBtrtttlon, 0niral UiMllly, McoiuVaimoiw,
Drprcaalon anil Indication. Thai fis-llnn of bwiruiu
down, causliiit pain, wolght and. lack at ho. la iihvaya
liermunuiilly tuml hy Ita u.o. It will nt all llnii tj, aud
undnrallclrcumatanccs, net In harmony with the law
that governs the tannic ayatuin.
It cohu only f l.ir Itottlcor six for 85., and infold by
drufc'gli't. Any advice required na In aiwclal canon, and
the iiuiiim of ninny who have been rcxtumd to perfect
health l,y tho uao of tho V, tretahht Compound, cn bo
oblaliicd byaddrowlnif lira. I'., with (tamp for reply,
at her homo in I.ynn, Maaa.
Fur Kidney Complaint of ritlier ei this comiwund la
unaiu piiKfU'd aa aliundant totlmoulal" ahow.
"Mia. l'lnliliftui'UvcrrillaI"iyai'.ewilter, "aro
thtbftt fil the icorM forlho cum of Constipation,
nillouaneaa and Tori'hl" y "t tho liver. Her Blood
rurlftor works wtmdoni In Ut flieclal lino and bids fuir
tooipial thoComiKiund in it" l'pulai ity.
ill niuat reaiHiet her no an Anffol uf Men-y whoso solo
amhltlon Is to dotfood to others,
riilUuiolphla, l'a, M' D-
O DISCOVERY J
LOST MANHOOD MISTOKED.
A viullm of ynmliinl iinprmli tun cnusihit l'lem.v
lure lleeay, Nervous Ihdniliv, J,Kt nn;liool, oie.,
liHviriiT rriiil in vnm every known n mtih, Inn d a
covondaaliuiilofiellciuo, which lio will f ud l'Ul.B
1,..,'i.f"11.,w",""' r""'v'",:'ai"f J Ht KJit; KSi,
Testinir An Invention.
"I hnvealittln invention I should liko
to show you," Kaid nn old fellow, ntn
lillntr into tho tiiunainor editor's room,
carrying a pjod sized handle. .
"Sec you Inter," Btiid tho editor; "call
ajrain when I'm not ho biiHy,"
"But you fellows are always busy,"
caid tho old fellow, coniuiwicinr to un
roll his bundle, "and you might an well
look at my invention now us any other
"Couldn't think of It." said tho edi
tor: "you have struck tho liveliest part
of tho day. Step in again about half
past six, or make it later, I cannot at
tend to you now," and the editor's neu
fairly Hew over tho paper.
"You see, I'm not staying in your
town many days," said the old feflow,
"and it's now or never, if you wish to
".Make it never!" said the editor.
"No," said tho old fellow, tugging at
a cord about tho bundle; "I appreciate
tho influence of your paper loo highly
to mi.vs the chance of advertisingmy in
vention through its pages, and thus
beiiolking a much larger public than
I could reach in any "
"Come, let tip!" said the editor.
"Can't joii hoe that I'm too busy to
think about you or your invention this
"But you will regret it for life if you
don't take a look at it," said tho old
fellow. "And when 1 become famous
you will reproach mi; for not insisting
upon 30111- giving mo a lift, at. the start.
Vnu see, my machine is something that
mu-t cwiituaily come in Use in every
household. 1 know if your wife could
see it she would insist noon purchasing
one ami giving it a goon notice in the
bfirgain. I call it the self-acting elec-
First you M.Tew it to
said I lie edli or.
Not in the li
low. "Votl S' e,
spoil tho furniture,"
:rt," paid the old fe
tliere are pads on tho
ta e of tl:e clamp
,-prini' w set the
, and, by touching the
machine in motion."
"li'in'l t'iieli it," shouted the editor,
pii:.ioii' hi.s chair; but it was too
late, and a long, heavy bar attached to
the machine began to whirl around,
upsetting the ink and scattering tho
manuscript in all directions.
W ell, that's odd," said the old fel
low. "There must be something out of
order. You see, this bar heats the eggs,
and it should have a ditl'eient motion.
The spring underneath here sets the
motive power "
"Will ou take that infernal machine
away, or" shall I call in the police?"
shouted the editor.
That is very strange," said the old
fdlow, as the bar whirled around and
caught him jut below tho eye. "I'll
ju-t try this spring at the right, and
perhaps we shall get a ddlerent effect,"
"Leave! iit!" shouted the editor.
"That must be attended to." said tho
old fellow, as the bar hit the desk a tre
mendous thump, splitting it from end
to end. "Now you see the action of
the laws of gravitation."
"I'll teach vou something about
laws," shouted the editor, springing for
ward and walking the inventor to the
head of tho stairs "Spanish fashion,"
and giving him a persuader that landed
the old fellow in a confused heap on tho
bottom stair. .
"You you'll regret this when I I
become fa famous," groaned the old
man, gathering himself together and
looking up at the editor. "I I have
another in invention " But, just
here the cashier got in his work, and
tho old fellow was landed out of harm's
way, on the sidewalk, just, as his patent
egg-beater sailed through tho window
and fell a wreck by bis side. Brooklyn
There was a man from Tike County
who happened to be in Philadelphia
over Sunday. Not know ing what to do
with himself, he visited one of the
churches, and listened to a sermon on
the fateful words, "Metie, mcne, tekel
upliai'sin." When he leturned home,
he gave lib wife a full account of his ad
ventures. "I think," said he, "that
l'hiladelfy hain't got no rale, true re
ligion, Jane. But what kin we expect
where preacher, without enny one
savin' a word agin him, Stan's up and,
Urin' at a gal in one of the nigh pews,
hollers out every now an' then, 'Minnie,
Minnie, tickle your parson?' " Brook'
He Scorned Diahonesty.
An eay-going, honest-minded old
country merchant in Iowa had been in
trade for a dozen years when he took in
his son as a partner. The boy had
lived in Chicago for three or four years
anj was tip to snuff. Ono day after tho
partnership had lasted about seven
months, the old man came down in
the morning and found the doors of the
store closed and a si:n up to tho effect
that the tirni had failed, lie walked over
to hi.s son's house and asked: ".lames,
did vou lock the store?" "I did."
"What is tho matter?" "Why, we
have failed, and can only pay 15 cents
on the dollar." "James, continued
the old man as ho pulled down his hat,
"I'm going down and open the door
with a crow-bar, and resume business
at I no cents on the dollar! For thirteen
long 3 ears I havo given fifteen ounces
to the pound and measured both lin
gers with every yard of cloth, and the
idi of taking any further advantage of
tho Lord goes agin my conscience. Just
consider that wo have resumed, and
come along and scrape out them sugar
barrels." Wall Sired News.
German Without a Master.
Lass mir den jungeti Herru in ruho
"(live the voting man a rest." Sio 1st
imtiier nrtig "tshe is ever icsthetie."
Wo 1st Hire Frau M inter? "Where is
vour mother-in-law?" Minchun suss
am clavier "Minnie sat on the piano."
Das llauscben stand in hellen Flammeti
"The house was wrapped in Ctclienna
llani'i." Und schaueto vor sich nieder
in ticfen (iedankcu "And he lookci
down at Ids feet in Great astonishment."
Sio war krank und gebrechlieh. und
kotinte Hire Fticsso niolit gcbraiichcn
"Sho was a 'crank.' and all broken up,
and her feet could not wiggle." JVcw
An Auburn man Is the owner of tho
original "grandfather's clock." ltwus
made when Mm city was known as liar,
dunbui'g's Corners', somo neveuty-llvo
years uo, and coot $169. "
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MURXINU, SKPTEMUKR lfi, 1882.
Ladv Bkautikieks. Ladies, vol. cannot
make fair skin, rosy cheeks, and sparkling
eyes with all the cosmetics of Franco or
oeauiitiers 01 tno world, wlnlu in poor
health and nothing will give you such rich
blood, gM d health, strength and beauty as
Hop Bitters. A trial is certain proof.
President's I'tidding,- (Jut some Bli
ecs of stale bread and dip each one in ti
custard made thus: Beat up one eg"
with a wine-glass full of milk and one
half ounce of powdered sugar, fry tho
bread quickly in butter, pile on a dish
with layers (If jam between the slices,
pour a thin boiled cu.tard over and sift
some sugar, then serve.
(Queen's Piiihling.-One pint of fine
siftud bread crumbs, one quart of milk,
one cup of sugar, the jolksof four eggs,
a piece of butter the size of an egg;
bake until done (but do not allow it to
become w atery), and spread with u lay
er of jelly. Whip the whites of the eggs
to a still froth with live tablespoonfuls
of sugar and juice of one lemon, spread
on the top, and brow n lightly. 'J'liis is
good with or without sniien. ' It is very
good cold, served with rich cream.
Pyramid Pound Cake. One pound'of
white pulverized sugar, one pound of
butler, one of Hour, and leu eggs; bako
in a dripping-pan one inch in thickness;
cut when cold into pieces three and a
half inches long by two wide, and frost
lops and sides; form on the cake-stand
in pyramid before the icing is quite dry
by laying lir.-t in a circle live pieces with
some spare between them; over the
spaces between these lay five other
pieces, gradually drawing in the col
umn, aud crowning the top with a bou
quet of flower.
Light Paste for Tarts and Cheese
cakes. Beat the w hite of an egg to a
strong froth; then mix it with as"niuch
water as will make three-quarters of a
pound of tine Hour into a. still' paste; roll
it very thin,, then lay the third part of
half-pound of butter upon it in Hit!.?
bits; dredge it with some Hour left out
at first, and roll il up tight. Boll it. out
again, and put in the same proportion of
butter; and so proceed till all is work
A Nice Tomato I)ih.-()ne of the
nicest and simplest was of dressing to
matoes is to cut theiu in halves? lav
them in a baking-dish, cover each piece
with some bread crumb., a little pep.
per and salt, and some finely-chopped
jiarsley, pour a little oil over, 'and bake
in a good oven.
Macaroni with Tomatoes. Take a
quantity of tomatoes, cut them up, and
remove from each the pips and watery
substance it contains; put them into a
saucepan, with a small piece of butter,
pepper, salt, a bay leaf and some
thyme; add a few spoonfuls of either
stock or gravy; keep stirring on tho tire
until they are reduced to a pulp, pass
them through a hair-siee, and dro-a
the maearotii with this sauce and plenty
of Parmesan cheese freshly grated.
Storing Ice in Feather Pillows. If
you want to keep a lump of ice in warm
weather, and have no cool place to put
it, throw it into a stone pot, well cover
ed, and put a couple of feather pillows
securely fastened around the pot. It
wiil last as ice shtmlil last, in this way,
for two or three days. Feathers are a
non-conductor of heat.
Yeast mixed w ith about one-eighth of
pure glycerine will keep well for a long
time, if placed in a cool cellar or chain
A very simple and efficient remedy
for mosquitoes is tincture of Persian
powder. If the powder is pure, a few
drops of the tincture on the neck and
hands w'.U r pel the most bloodthirsty
mosquito ft --tii the thinnest skinned and
most pei -i-tetit of fishermen.
The Christian Advocate
says: "A general complaint that spares
neither class nor condition of pcisou, is
seated in the liver. It may be truly said
this is our national disease, and it gives us
grtut pleasure to hear or read the testimony
ot persons of well know n veracity and in
telligence to prove the value of Simmons
Liver Hegulator as a remedy, the printed
and verbal testimony of so mimv friends
und acquaintances satisfies us that this is
one of the exceptions to the general hum-
liu in run of advertisement.
Till". old need them lor strength; the
young want them for atonic; the sick crave
them to get well; the well take them to
remain so; dyspeptics need them tor relief;
epicures like them as an apetizet ; everybody
takes Hops and Malt Bitters.
Rkvitauzino the blood is absolutely ne
cessary tor the cure of trcnernl (ieoility,
weakness, lassitude, Ac. I he best clincher
of the blood is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Nothing like "Lindscy's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, totter, suit rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
After all, a gentle purgative is the best
means for curing headache, liver complaint,
billiousness, etc. 'lake "hellerr Liver
A Vexed Clergyman.
Kveu the patience of Job would become
exhausted wero he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. Kind's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store, (i)
D11. Kmnis'h Oukat Nkkvk Bk.stoiikh is
tho marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 1)31 Arcl
street, Philadelpia, Tu.
If Mrs. Lydia K. Pinkhnm has not really
discovered the Elixir Vitte, which the an
cient Alchemists sought by so much patient
research and persistent experiment, her
medicine seems, at. least, likely to commam
an immense sale and universal popularity
in the future. If rnpid progress and emi
nent success furnish any basis tor a correct
judgment, Mrs. Pinkhaai in a most prom
ising competitor for such honorable dls
Unction as the alchemists failed to achieve
Where machinery is used the Drew 01
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Sol leek & Co., St
Louia, Mo. (3)
Mien's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
1 generative organs. l. 5 for fV All
druggie. Send lor circular to Allen's
rnaiimicy.ai.'i First Ave., N. Y. Hold
C'nir.) by Barclay Bros
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ot your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth f If so, go at onco and get a bottle ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; Micro is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is pel feet ly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, aud is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
phyvieiaiis and nurses in the United States.
Sold every when;. 25 cents a bottle.
"I am now ready to lay down my bun
dles." So said a laboring man, who, for
long years hud toiled to support his tamilv,
and had become reduced in health. lie
now says that Hops und Milt Bitters has
made him a new man.
Hucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilb'ains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'i' cents pr box. For sale by (li;o. K
Til K IIU.LIIUY.
A New aud Complete Hotel, fronting on
aecoud and liuilroa l Streets,
Paftnj!er D.-tiot ot the Chlraco, Sit. l..n
.tew Orivnii: Illinois Central; Wabash.
s and 1'aiitlc; Iron .Mountain and Southern.
Mobile nun Ol.ioi ( air and M. I.oiiih Hiecui.t
are all Just across the street: while the Steam leic
Lttu 1 i 1. 1; is lint one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, luts su nn.
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klcctrle l.'i.ll ltr,
Automatic Kim-Alarm. Hatha, absolutely juiiv .r
rw rtect sewerage ud complete appointment.
Jnuiierh furiiisMuj,'; perfect aervice; aiel to. ur
exci lied table.
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Horizontal, Vert toil
and Marine Engines
FN'tilXKS A SPECIALTY.
FA KM KXO I X KS, M AC 11 1 X ISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BKLTISO,
Pulleys ami Oeneral Stipplles.
No. 1:11, North Third Htruut,
DR. KLINK'B GREAT
tr nil IlkAIN ANIiNkION
IltxaisSK. only 1,1 UK 1 1 nit r,m Nt Hva Arr
nosH.Hrt.Kcii ni'sr.fle IN KAI .1.1 lll.i: II tnkn
il illrntil. AMiic)it A"lfou uar. Treat ian A
2 trial biittlnfrioiU) Kit ( aai'i.divy p.liiteiir.ms
.'Kara on Ikii.wIipii rensivoil, Hrret HRiiie,l,.O.niid
,..r...l.rr- uf hIIIiHimI tn pll .KI.INK.IMI Arch
Stl'jiilad ,Vt)ranMl. Drtoirt 11 fVm.li, J
aK'"SH iJ,'J,o,""",!v." oiraforall Dlachnrtrsa.
BtlnKltr1B'''rtlii(f and I'alnrul Bonsntlons 01 tb
8 1. 0 O r bo'". for nl by oil druir
-T"f j rrwloto, or amit by Kaprcas on ( ;
V;'jU,Cirir.,A J0HN j PAKft BONrJ,
A?iiftndJ',77 yo'n OmClNMATl,
0U10. flauaa nieuUuu Uila papar.
Korialoby OAKCLAY BROS., Cairo, 111.
ROOT & SONS MUSIC CO'fi
n tF Vfc , , , . ' ?REB 10 kn "I'lr-M, 1150 lllus.
Mfeiiu s ir'tlrD ?! . B.'iS.' BRASS. GERMAN
-jot aalm muit nr.r.ii mar riiii-iuiita . .i.u Ka
I iih full iiMtrui tiona for formliiR Honda,
' vizil m 1r,i""'n,'ll(n of Instrument! -WHAT
anil HOW to purchass; tsrma for
i or tilver oImiii.i. roi..ri,,7 a- U'.ii.i...
Iscnd, if desired, our Hand anil 'Orchutra
'"'"! P. 1'il'st popular music. AddrNMl
THE KOOf A SONS MUSIC CO,, CHICAGO. Ill
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Messrs.Se-abury Se Johnson, Manafactnr
inn Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Gentlemen : For the past few years wa
havo sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Pbysicians and the Public prefer
BejiHorsrCfepMnso to all
otLers. We consider them ono of the very
few reliablo household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Ttensftn'si Cnyelri) Pluatr is a Honuire
Pur&iaceutical product, of the highest
order cf merit, and so recognized by
physicians aud druggists.
When other remedies foil get s Ben
son's Capcino Piaster.
Ton will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pods or Elec
trical Magnetics toys.
As-l'ltK liKUKOY AT LAST. Price t.cta.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN (.ml BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
1 ill uul. ninl villrmii)lctly cbano the hluod iu t n
t jtm HVM t-ni in t lire moiit Any ptnon who will take
1 pill 1-nrh nipht fmni 1 to 19 wf etc may be rttored
to rxiiitiil hrfllth, if mich a thinr lm tOHHilln. bold v
tTwhi'te, nrofiit hy mail fur M lttnr rtt-inii. 1. H.
JuiiNau.N ifc Lu., li onto ti, Masn., furuiurly bnujfor, Mnw
W IB I I S I LIS
C17 St, Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A rouuliar faciei iuit of t n incitlcnl
roll. . h;i i.e. -ii loiii;, r eiiirnt't'd lu the tr.wit-
i i.iil ol ( 'lirniiif. Nervous, SUni mul
Hloo.l ii..e, ihnn nnv oilier ilivi l:iii III
Si.l ool. as rltv ii,.Ts show niof ull old resl
.l.iit l.iiow. ( oh-nlt.-ii ion tit otlwc or tv ninll,
n . .iii.l hivlled. A friendly t.ilk or Ills iidti ion
. il l- ii .iIoiil'. When It l-iiicoiiwn,.it tovlsit
ilio . I T v fr trciitnicni. iiicdlciiies can lie sent
I'V in ill or i .o - . v. r le re. tirnlile cses
l'm.ii.iiii I; li. re doiilit exists u in frankly
hint-. I. I ;it or W rile.
Kcrvft(u Prostration, Debility. Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
ofleci.i;...! .';.: .. .it, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Afloc
tinns, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
!.irr;.ipe, Ithfiumatisrn, Piles. Special
attititinn to cases from over-workodjbrain.
SUROICAL CASES receive apeciaUttention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excossos,
Indulgences or Exposures
It l , If.n I I. nt Hint n ti vhlehni iaylnK
j . nil. lit. ir ail. ulloii to a class .u ca-.es altaliis
in-lit -kill, ami -icians In reuular iractlc
nil o.r Hi. Illilr'v nllon llii! I llh. Irc.ll' lllly
re.- in. ii. I e,iesio Die olde-loillcc lii America.
Hloiei,ry known ii.i!luui'c is rcortrd to.
und lie- i-r'et il'.hoI I'fliie.lleM of all
Hl- I .lliucl.'a HIV IIS...I. A hole lOIIs Is
ll-ed lol olllee .lll CO .e. Mlel llll lire t rented Willi
skill In il r,-.eeiiiil nonuier; und. kiionlnK
lmt In do. no e v it-rl In. nt-nie made. On ac-
o: nl Hie kiuit liiiinlicr hi.Iv Int. til"
clin.os are keel low, often tower than Is
,. in.iioli d liv oilier. If you secure the skl'l
Hint u.. iipccdv ami in il'i cl lilo eiirs-. that la
Hie llli."l Innt llinller. I'lll0.llei, .Hi 1. lines,
s. ill t'l any iid'lreis free.
( I ,li
I'lewiuit clntli und k'llt Idiidiliir Pealed for M
cent-' iii iin-latfc or . iiiieiicv Oyer lift y won
villi i ll ilelnre., 11 lie to life nl llclesoll 111
(..!!.. ii u Ht.. eH. w in, miiy miirry. w ho not;
V h f t'i"ier nu'e to Miarrv. Who marry Arst.
.I.o.l I. W mioinh I. riivlcnl decny. Wlm
..liuiil.l i..;e i v. H" hie inol liiii'i'lness limy l(
I ...-. . it, T hn... lo.ii riiil or i Iciiij.latlnit
lii.irn lnu -honl'l rend II. 1 1 nuulit to lie read
iiv jill i, .lull ii I'-on ., then kept iiiidt'l' lock ami
key . ro.iil,'r id 1 1 loll. Kiiine ii v nl. e, lint nH-r
co. r mol too 1'iiitiM, :'4ci'iita hy mull, lu uioue
nr .n -(.i u.
i. ; s N" j n
V .. . fc. M.
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v r. . j j: r.a 5 ja
ill L ... I (J..
3 lb e
, 2 A. I
I -1 t i" - Z lil 2
C : M b
W 7J',r! i , , 3
i? W II
Tho aitotilcs of I'.IUou Colic, thu liiiliscrllmhk
panes of Chronic IihUkcmIuii, tint Uchllity and
niuiilnl stniior icsnltliiK from a rosllye lialdt, may
lu curtalulv avoided hy rcunlatlui; tho system wltU
that lureealih! ami rcrrcshinir ntaiidard Prepara
tion, Tarratit'f Sultzer Apcrlttit,
i'rocuruhlu at all lriiKesis.
10 to $20,000
In lepttlm.itc .iillcioiiH spcciilnlliiti in (irnin, Pro
vision. nd Mocks on our cricrted plun, yields
sunt monthly profits to lar'.; und utoill luyestors.
Address f ir full piirtlcitlnrs. K Keiulnll A Co,
fiilu'ii .Mcrchniits, irr ,t ITU l.n ISnllu n, ( hicayo 111
wlhlnu' to lorni nn arcjutilntnuco with a view to
marriiiuc send li relit sliili.i lor scaled lultcr, with
(uu pnrt.i uliirs, to piper A Urluhum, llni-toii Muss.
BOARDING A: DAY SCHOOL
Fifth vear hcojns Septcmticr I, lss;. A first
cUsn hik'h vcliiiol ; iiiis. i i.iriiui ; strict diclplinci
thoniiii;li instruction ; crniltiates sludeittH In th
classical i:n I'dtnnierclal cotirsis. Number of
hoarders limited, r'or riitalogiira address
JiKX, U. FdSTKIi, A. M. Principal.
ItiJt l'inu strci'ts, M. l.otila.
VHFf7 AFrf'Y llynwanlto oiirn Telci
J,ll i1" Jlliil I'h.y Ilia lc inuiithf. anil
certain of a situation, mi.fios Vaicutiut lirothcrs,
WI'lilMiPIEU (II.I.. I'.I'SINKSS CiiI.r.KdE
('(inipk-ic m t (tat tuisliii'ss practice, senu fur.lour
rial tree .
OH I il,
t'ontalnliiir both ycrslons of the ; K W TKsTA
MEST. We. mnkii no extra chiirite fur ihe addl-
'iistraVii";;" F i ne '''""""'"''''A I hmm
KliKUAX 1' I'KMOSS Haml.soiiii'l 1! .nnd
(Jur Itlh'es cotil'iini, iKi paes, .'..'ID Illustra
tions. Kxtra ludni enients eircrcd to Kneru'etic
A(icnl. 1 lusiriiied t aia!ei."ic sen! nn a. Ileal ion.
A.J. llolmauiCo , l'J.tf Arch M., Phil.idelphla.
iNutliliiiC "i ti-c Hurlil tquut u 41 lor Ui
curvot jioiulula, I'impk'i, tioili, li itvr, Surei,
core r yot, Mertunal lltafi, Catnrrh l.otiof
. ApiHrtttc, Of male rompltlut, mil ati ttlood
1 JitiMt. It fiiriar U.U. All tiruiiU aui
co-.iairy tri kfciieri st-ll It. It. K Ni'llen
V Co., frup's, rltttldirith. nn f vcrv rwMtlf.
I'KNNSi LVAMA M.lit.iry ACADEMY
piiKoTKH. ;;lst )t-ir opens S.ptetnber 1.1th.
VNuw ItilllillnL'i.. Silt.,. rior it.'"oniino Intloiis.
Aiipieii'tiiiMits comiil..,'. 1'nuli-h. ColhirUtu.
t'hciuicul, i I y i I vi one rli'i; c,i rt- Denruea
Ciililt r-i' t. Aiiolv to W 1'. Halllilav. Ksu., patron
Cairo, lil., or to Col.. T1JK. 1IYA IT, l'ret.
huu I us;;;!
(Inn-, tifii'iTtiitt fiiifst mtiLtiHof nmKitirj? nviilur m in lily
in-itiifr'ininvtiiifiitrS(i f intii.UkWorMKirmliiiliiitfm
Knell nioinlKT imi the iM-nettt nl e. mil iinrst iiu.iml of tho
Chili. 10 to loo per will. Hivlilciulk p,d nionilily. Itie
IHirtHof oiemtiiinisei,tcii. h hinnUT. Klinie iocnch,
riiiienmliie, noiia c il.le. tnni-tenil'le. A ri'litilile eor
ror N.ii.li-iit wsiiieil in every town. Bisi'ir.l imhiiftnentH,
K.vj'iaimlorv Cireiiliir wnt Ini'. A.liln'- II. K.Kk.M'au.
4; Co., 177 i Hi IjtMiilcSt., (JilHJ.VI.O, Jlu
OF EVER? KIND CHEAPEB THAN SVEB.
Rl flea, Shot Onus, Kevolvers, Ainniunltlon.
Fishiiifr Tiiekle, Sielues. Nets, Knlvfa,
llnzora, Skntea, lliimiiioeks, etc.
Lnr(,e Ulustrnt.-il ntiilo)(ue Kit EE.
J 1.1 rraa
GREAT WESTERN GUN. WORKS,
WANTED! I.ailteaanrl Oentlempn, tocturaire
with lis to sell several I seful llouseliolil
Ai-tleles. l'lollla liir(H Luoor la llftht.
f.jeliisiysi terrllory Klvpn. No cnrnpetltion.
Terms llin rul. Ctrciilnin FHF.K. Addres
Ileoltt Hanuract'K t o., Ilox HUH, PIltHUuryh, Ps.
Swedit.li Insect Powder Kills
ANO ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
It will tliiirmichly exterminate rtrmches, Ants,
Med liui's, Fli ns, Ijicp.Tolmeeo ninl I'ottotiVVnrmfl,
Moth, etc. It Is Niie, fiire, eleiinly and cheap. It
will tint poison nnlimtlsor fowls. Hnmplo pack
aues hy mull mi cents, post-paid. Ptnmpa tjilcon.
Clri'iiliirs free. Agents Wiinteil. Ad'lress,
J. H. JOHNSTON, PitUbnreh. Pa.
I II 4 of all kinds for sale very cheap.
I Ml Catalogues freo. A.idrena, RICHARD
III HULL 4 Cll BOX 868. Wttobutyh, Pa.
BCFDRE! AND AFTFR
a ' " wmm (
flftrtrlr AnnllanfAt af lont nn 10 fiiui' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"liriln rt tuircrlnit fnun Nanrocs Usstt.iTr.
V l ""r Vitality, I. ai k or Sssva For. a aan
Vtiioit, Wastisii Wkaknkssks, .uul nil thoi.oiti.eaii.is
of a I'kksonai. .Nati iik n sMltimr fron, aiii .h and
otiiaa CAt sHS. Siee.ly relief mid iiniiiiiei nwio-
rutlonof llKAi.rii. nmaainl l yvito ii'HArn.
Till' irniml.'st illm'iiverv of til" Nllleleenlh c'enllir.r.
Send at once for Illustrated Painplilnt fro. Adilras
VOITAIO HIT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
YOI U CAPITAL.
Thus iliMii'init Oi iniilie money
nil a i nil itii'l I liiiin inyeatuiolita
III I'I'III'I, pVoMHI IIS K 1 1 ' I SUH'k
h !' il I I in s, run do ko iiv oper-
tiiink' i n ei Inn, 1 vein May 1st,
Issi .. in, pi,", nt liiite, on In
v si nn ui'i e lii mu.otl.iHMi.casli
i' .11:., h.iy.i Ii.'oii rculi.cil mi l
.11' I t' 1IIM":,,S HlllillllllitlH to
aeyei'ili loiies t i oi'iiMiml invest
lil'lit, -III le l nn; llienrutilinl In
yetiiioit iiiiikinu tiiiiney or pay
nl'iimn liotnnu I. 1 yiieiimtory eii'
eiii its an l i i.iteiueii'a ef fund W
sent free. W" wuut n'stioi'sihlo
iiweiit", who will report nil cnipa
ninl liitroiliiee tlm iIhii. Mlmiui
t'liiiiiinss oiib pni'l. Aililrrsa,
V I K It tl I SU X M I . It N I U. fasa.
ai'ulon .ll.'rvkault, .UJ Uimk
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