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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. iS82.
TUB CA.IR0 BULIjKTIN.
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A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
of the present generation. It 13 for tM
tJure of this" disease "kntl its attonilantif.
Sick-headache, "biliousness," "dys-
PEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, etc., that
tUTT'8 PILLS havo'Koinocl a world-wide
reputation. NoItetned jHiaa ever been
diacovertid thatucUao gently "on the)
diKentive orKaniirgiving them vigor "to aai
siinilateTfood. Aa& natural" resalt,tha
Nervous 8yBtaiiit tirautxlj tho Muscles
art Developed, and the Body Robust".
Oliillsf mid Povor.
E. KlVAI-.a plantar lit Bayou Bara, La., says:
My plantation ! In ft malarial dlnmt-t. For
several ynarn I could cot n.aVe balf a crop on
account of bilious itisenaeM and chllla, 1 wu
nnarly discouraged when 1 bir&n the use of
TUTTB 1'IU.H. The result win marvelous :
my laborers hood became hearty and robust,
aad I bavs bad no further troublu.
They relieve IheenR-orjcrsI Mier. clean
ttf HIimmI from polMinuui humors, nmt
Ihf bowels lo act nalnntlly, tltb.
out which mtniirran fwl rll.
Try Oils remedy fulrl.T.uiid.vuim HI grain
M health? Itlwrxtlloii, ItroroualiiHlr. k'uis
HIimmI, fclrong rrrr, anil a uni Liter.
. r'riw.MlwiU. l)lllif,toHiiiT;lL, Si. .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
iitv II tin i r W'ni'sKf is rh:tt)i"d to a. Oi.ossv
li.t'iK ly a -ni.-li- uppl'cutioti ol Oil U v . li
ImpnrH a tin'or-il i-dor, and i.-t- irivanuiiifsiusly.
K.iil l-v li,i:ti-( m ui iiy uu rw:pi
nf due JMi.ir.
OfUrn. n.l Murrny Street, New York.
(Or. II 1I M 314M At. of Valuabl
infnrmntiotx and I Hrcript ft
rill be tiiatlert FKEE on UblHcuf m.
JIou J'liltfis uri' the Purest hi.
Bitters ever M;i le.
Tin')' nre i:uuii"ai.'l". Jj-miu l.ii, M ,;t,
ISilchU, M.ueir.tke ;il. I Dil, .!.!( i:i - the. .,i-i-st
uii'l ln-.-t, uirl m.ii vjthiiiil.; i li - i j i i n f s
iu the worll,ao'l cmtAiu ail th: best mi i
inot turntivi; iro;.i r' ii "I HI - 1 1 -r rcin
filii'fi, l'inj,' tliir ;:ri rt.-sl l!l i . I'iirili-r,
Liver KfyuUtor, .-m l Lil'c n I II al:li lit -btorintj
An'i;iit on (.nrtli. .No 'Ii-,im: nr ill
la-alt h can ju.sil!y nri' i xi.-t wli' r tlii-hu
ilitttTfi arn ibfl, mi varirii aii'l rdct sit
They 'ivt new liic hml vi.-r lo ill.- 'il'1 i
aii'l iulirm. To ait Uiim; i inpliiytiii nts
canst; irrc'ii'arity of the how. ls or tirniity
(irj'ni, or n i'iirf nn aprtiT, Toi ic bmI
mil'l Stitnul tut Hop Hit'.t r-i nro iiiv.i,uiu;e,
Imax highly curntivo, tonic an-l st inulu
tint;, without intoxicating.
N niitti-r wlmt yoor d i-Iins or symp
toms nre, what the (IL-chm- or aiiiuvct is
Ib, Use Hop l'.itter. !) n't wait until you
aru sick, but if you only fel hn-i
or iniMTithk-, use Hop Hitters ut
once. It ni:iv save your life.
Hutnlreils have been s.ivi.-.l by ho doinLT
I'iOO will be paiil for tt cist; tiny will not
cure or help.
Do not suffer or let yor friends sullor,
tut useHrvl uri:e them to iim- Hop Bitters.
Hetiu-uiber. Hop Bitter is no vihylnitrri:
drunken nostrum, but thy Purest' nn)
15e.t Medicine ever nnil-:; the " Invalid's
Friend mid Hope," u-l no person or family
Imuld be without them. Try tin Hitti rs
LYDIA E. PIN KH ALT 3
In a Positive Cnrn
For nil tbof Painful ( iiniplulii'n and Wralnceae
u ouiumua to our brt fi mule potmlalluii.
A Moillclne for Woman. Iiircntod lijr ft Woman.
I'ri'psrcd hy a Woman.
Tlw Cmlrit itlrl ilrii.-rr Hlwc llif Po or Ulalory.
tSltn-vlvpi the droopinir jplrlU, lnl!"ratr and
hiirmuiilti-s tho eruaiili- funclloim, nlven'liuill.-ity anil
Irinncnto tlivati-p, itMlnnw theualnral luatrn to'lF
eje, ami plant on tin- pale cho. k of woman Uio f ru. S
roHi-Riif llfii'n uprliuf ami early minimur tlinfl.
t T"Physlclam Use It and Proscribe It Freely.
1t romovci fnlnlni'M, flatul"ti-y, divirnya allrravln
for dtlmulanl, and n-lloven WF-akn.nnof tho atomach.
Tliat fi-i-Uiur nf lx-arliifr down, canln ln, wclsrliJ
tnl lia kiuihts l alwayitpornianciilly rurml by It lira,
forth cure or Kidney (onipliilnltor elllur arz
thU lowpound la unnurpaMi'il.
I.TKIA V.. IIKII.MT5 Bt.OIHI rVRlFIER
will umllciiio i-vriv vi'-tiifi- "I Hinn.'rM iimim Hi
lllooi, uml wl o ton mid Htn ii.'ili In lint ej ittt-m, of
Uuui wumau or child, lunlut on Imi Inn Ii.
Both the Compound and lllood Purlfli-r are propareit
at and WYalorn Avinim, I.yim, Mmk. I'rleoof
either, $t. Hlilmttbifor 8-nt by nuill In the form
of plll, or of liiini', on nwlpt of price, (I prr bin
furi-ltbi-r. Mh. l'lnkbam f roi ly anwrmallli'tterof
Inquiry. Enclum'3t t. itainp. Bend for pampldrt.
No family "hould he without, I.VPU E. MNKITAM'S
UVKH 1'll.l.S. They erne eoiiNtlpallnii, lillltiunaia -tut,
and torphUiy of tho llvor. HA oeuta per box.
tdTNohl by all DruKuints.-a (')""
m I ati'l nf lire ibv
ili iuitIi'iikii lii ounim .li-i'ii 'on il tlio IIIiiiiiI. Pkln end
Itnnte. Nervmie Keblllly, liniiulenij, Oi-khiiIm
Ueultni'M, IJuiiiirrliiiu, nynhlllllv i"I Mercurial
Aheelliin apeelHlly ln-alel "U wleiulllo irlii,-i.l-,
with ! aii.I .uri, ii.mi-.llr. I r Wilt H 1,1.1 ruuoi
ll"n in he niKwerril In tlicmt dnelrlns Ornllm-Ll li Inifl.
(IVKiinataerrlimfniiii Hlure ahmilil M-nit their ailnra,X
anil Irara Mimrllilx In lllrlr ailvanlailis lllianlalrua.
AddreMh Bit, Hl'T'l'M, IU N, Hih St., HI, UuU, Bo
KaTAUUaUEU OVEU THIUXV VEABa,
JLf-UU I IO
TWO WEDDING DAYS.
A Marriage Without Brldcamalda.
Everything had been duly and projior
ly uiTuiigcd for our wi'dding. Xho tin
pavement of Miss Null lhirtloy to Her
tram Lan'rloy had boon duly annouueed
in' tho fashion coliinins of a luading so
ciety journal, and tho wedding day bad
I am j'erlrnm Lnngley commonly
called Hurt and, while I confess to bo
most sirii'i-relv and entirely in love with
my little Nell. I must add I had been
fpiite annoyed about our marriage, first
at. the persisU-iu'o vvilli which sliu insist
ed upon a grand wedding.
I hale luss and parade, and have an
old-time notion that a inarriago rehear
sal giddily and eventually solemnized
before a crowd of gossiping, gaping peo
ple is robbed of all il.s sweet purity.
Then, too, the trousseau! Tho whole
business is a nuisance! Iacii.so the big
wovd, but my feelings are strongon that
point. What on earth a woman want
of clolhos enough to la-t live years, and
gewgaws more than .she can ever hope
to use, I never could sec; unless, indeed,
she entertains a horrible suspicion that
the new linn may refuse to furnish u
It's all right, I suppose, since they all
do it (no slang intemln.l ), but it was a
trying time for me, I can tell you.
could scareely get a glimpse of Nell,
she was so busy w ith dressmakers mil
liner, etc.; and when 1 did see her she
wu-, in Mich a rattling hurry to bo off to
keep an appointment with some 'work
woman or other thai I actually grew a
For a month before we were to be
nianii-d I believe I never entered the
hoii.-e once but Kate, Noll's sister, rush
ed into the room with an
".'Acuse nn-, li.Tt, but Nell is wanted
a moment." Or, Don't look cross, I'.ert,
but Neliie must sec Mine. This or that,"
till 1 lot all palieiice.
There w is another cau-eof annoyance,
to i. N. ..'s father was a rich man, and
as able a;id as willing to furnish his
daughter with as much tinery as she
might de-ire, while I, on the contrary,
was a man with his way to still make in
True, I had a fair income and fair
prospect-, but J could not hope to give
Nell a luxurious a home fir as elaborate
a wardrobe as her papa provided, at
least for some years: but I could afford
to support a wife, and I loved Nell with
all my ln-art.
When 1 asked Mr. Hartley's consent
to our marriage, he was ai first just a
little inclined to find fault with my tinan
cial condition. An older man with a
well secured fortune would have suited
him better. He had a most unwhole
some dn ad of fort u ne hunters, and even
went so far as to have a mild suspicion
that I might be just a bit interested in
that way, but all that wore off in tune
and we were on tho best of terms.
I only mention this tu show how a
suspicion once entertained will return
on the faintest invitation, and not infre
quently m none at all, for the time came
when Mr. Hartley not only entertained
this inju-t surmise, but eagerly hugged
this foul thought to his heart, and grew
murderous in that vital orgatw toward
nie Bertram Laui'ley an innocent
man as ever .stepped.
The dav before the one fixed for our
marriiiiro Nell and 1 had our tir.st tiff. 1
called to inform her of the smallest pos
sible hitch in the church machinery.
The regular sexton was ohliged to leave
town, but had secured the services of
his brother (a very deaf and stupid man
15 it turned out). Possibly she might
have some instructions to give him.
1 waited full half nn hour in the re
ception room, cooling my. heels and
warming my wrath, before Nell rush
"What is it. IJert?" she asked breath
lessly. "I am awful busy!
A spark is enough to ignite a w hole
city if it only fall upon highly inflam
mable material, and a word is quite
enough to raise a furious temper in a
man w ho is aching to get mad; so I an
"If you are in such a hurry, it is no
matter what I wished to say."
Nell opened her brown eyes in Biif
pri.se. "I've got to select some lace." she
exclaimed, "and Kate can't wait."
"Neither can I," I retorted shortly,
pulling on my gloves. Then after n
moment I added: "You think a great
deal of furbelows, don't vou?"
'Indeed I do!"
"I am afraid you will have to do with
vastly less when you are married."
Nell tossed her head saucily.
"All the more reason I should be al
lowed to enjoy those papa gives me."
That shot went home. 1 bit my lips,
but managed to keep cool outside,
though inwardly I was boiling.
"It is not too late, to beat retreat," I
said coolly. "If you repent your bar
gain, there is time to escape.
Nell's ey es grew big with horror at
"Indeed, it is entirely too late!" she
cried out. "Why, everybody knows it!
All our set have cards -I should die of
mortification to put it oil' now! We must
go on any way; I have no fancy for be
ing a laughing slock for every one."
"Heller be laughed at a week than
miserable for a life time," I retorted.
Nell opened her lips to answer, but
just at that moment Kate put her head
iu at the door.
"Nell! Nell!! Excuse me, Bert-"
1 stayed to hear no more, but turned
on my heel mid strode away.
No sooner had I reached my hotel
when I was heartily ashamed of myself;
and when Tom, my elder brother and
only living relative, rushed in and told
mo that ho had lift his wife ill at home,
so anxious was he to seo nin married,
tlio last bit of crossness depnrted. and a
gtcit wave of tenderness stole- over my
heart for tho brown eyed girl whom I
knew loved me far better than tho ele
gance of her father's homo or the costly
trifles ho could give her.
Tom was ill itt caso and worried, mid
I knew nothing but my marriage or fun
eral could have induced him to lonvu
homo when Lettio was ill.
Next morning I saw Nellie for a mo
ment only, but tho kiss 1 pressed ou her
dear little mouth was a silent plea for
pardon, and a promise for bettor con
trol over my temper next lime.
Evening enmo the church was pack
edand J, feeling most uncommonly
still' and awkward in a span now suit
and speckled gloves, was waiting In tho
Nellie was to enter on her father's
arm, followed by her bridesmaids and
groomsmen -six in number while I wa.s
to enter in the nick of time from tho
vestry, the minister from hid study, and
meet before t ho altar.
It was all very pretty, but I almost
knew I should make a mess of it and I
did with a vengeance.
I had rcipicstod to be allowed to bo
alone, so as to keep my part in mind,
and for the same reason went early to
tho church, not to be stared at and con
fused, for this show affair was not ono
bit to my mind.
Just at the last moment Tom camo
rushing iui followed by the regular sex
ton. "I've got a telegram from "Lctt'ie,"
said Tom, his voice quivering. "She is
worse, ami I must start at once. Just,
time to catch the train. (Jood-bye, old
boy! iod bless you!'
"Pin going, too; just came to wish you
joy. Mr. Pert," said the sexton, who
bad known me since I was a lad, "sor
ry I can't si-o you married, 'My roads
the same as your brother's, so I'll go
with him;" and off they both hurried,
the door shutting with a .sharp click be
The time fur the arrival of the wedding
party drew near; I advanced to the door
that opened into the church, designing
to open it and peep through. It re
sisted my efforts. I struggled with it
sharply, no u--e! the door was locked.
Muttering a curse on the stupidity of
the sevton, I strode to the other door.
In .-hutting the door, it too had become
locked iircl w as as fast as fate.
(ileal drops nf perspiration stood out
on my forehead. What was to be done?
I n-ked myself the question, and mop
ped my face w ith an immaculate hand
kerchief, but failed to find the answer.
Tln n I flew b.-e k to the inner door
and listened. The organ was play ing
gaily, and a r.uhducd liu-h told n,e thai
Nellie was entering on her father's arm,
and here I was standing like a caged
Oh, how I tried to open that door!
My gloves split, and the pcr-pir.-itiou in
fivers ran (low n my f.-i'-e and dropped
off the end of my nose; but not one inch
could I budge it.
1 have wondered since how should I
have looked if I had sm-eeeiled in burst
ing open the door and been suddenly
projected before the cniiti tlc li numr,
with limp collar, torn gloves and dis
tended eyes. I can smile now, but I
assure you I .-aw no fun in it then.
I tried the door till positively no hope
remained in that direction. Then I Hew
again to the outer door and pounded,
and even shouled, but to no purpose.
Utterly hopeless, I returned to the in
ner door once more. All was silent.
Should I thunder on its panels and pro
claim my presence and demand to be
"let out?" Nobody likes to look like a
fool if he can help it and I hesitated.
I glanced aruiiud. The windows
caught my eye why had I not thought
of them? I "could at least make my es
cape, and the ceremony might be de
layed, and consequently awkward; still
Nellie would not be utterly put to shame.
Like a madman I was I seized the table,
dragged it to the window, sprang upon
it and climbed on to the high and nar
row window sill; throwing up the sash
I prepared to leap out, but 1 had reck
oned without my host; the cord that held
the weight was broken, consequently
the moment niv hand left the hash tho
window- descended with startling ra
pidity, striking mc full upon the head
and knocking mo oil' tho narrow sill,
dashing my la-ad against the sharp cor
ner of the table, and at last landing mo
full length on the floor.
I tried to rise; something warm rushed
over my face; I put up my hand lo clear
mv cM-s-my baud was covered with
I felt giddy and weak, still I .stagger
ed to my feet; then a black mist arose
around me and 1 knew no more.
This w as Thursday eve. Sunday af
ternoon the sexton, returning to his du
ties, found me lying on the bed half
dead, wholly delirious, my face covered
w ith blood, ami a hole in my head large
enough to let the life out of any man.
That mine was spared was because I
had fallen with tho wound down, and
the soft pile of carpet acted like lint to
stanch the blood.
As soon as I could control my thoughts
I begged to know of Nellie. Poor liltle
girl! ahe had been quite overwhelmed.
Whenl failed to appear Kate's husband
rushed out to inquire of the sexton if he
had seen nie. lie was positive that 1
had been there, and equally positive
that I had left again in company with
his brother sn'nl he could not be uiis
taken both scented in a great hurry,
and had jumped into a earriago and
been driven rapidly away.
Messengers were sent "to my hotel; but
without gaining a clew to hiy where
abiuits; so after a mortifying wait Nellie
had been taken home, and the very
morning of the day I was discovered the
whole family sailed for Europe.
As soon as I was able to stand I sail
ed in search ot the woman I bad so in
nocently humiliated. Not knowing her
w hereiiliotits it was two months before
1 found her. At last one evening, wan
dering on the seashore of a quiet little
English town, I espied her and alone.
That she believed mo a most blacken
ed villain was plain, for the look she
gave me w hen she recognized my pres
ence was one of unutterable contempt.
Now that I had found her I was de
termined that she should hear the truth.
"Nellie," I cried, hurrying to her and
grasping liolh her little hands before she
hud time to escape.
"Well, sir," she replied haughtily, try
ing, but trying in vain, to release her
"My darling," I pleaded, "you will
at least hear a. man before you condemn
Her face Hushed angrily.
"What can vou say," sho burst out
hot ly, "that will make your conduct less
dastardly?" Have you not made inn
Iho object of everyone's ridicule and
conleiiiptotis pityP Offering mo public
Insult no woman could ever forgive?
Have you not made" mo hale everybody,
mvself most of all? What more do you
wishP Bert nun Langley, you villain!"
I winced a little at the word, us I
thought of my broken head, though
f ind knows I did not blame her, believ
ing ns she did.
"Why nie you here? And why did
you run away 1'" she demanded with il
whole world of scorn on the words, "run
"I did not run awity; I was locked
I verily believe that she thought for
an instant 1 had added murder to other
"Why, in the vestry," I explained u
little foolishly, "('omo and sit down
amj let ine'tell you." ,
This was a master stroke. Nell seat
ed herself without a murmur, and I half
sitting, half lying at her feet, related to
her the chapter of my misi'ortuiies.
Dear littlo girl! Her face brightened
before I was half through-indeed. I
am sorry to say, sho laughed quilo
heartily; but she became quite sober
when I told her about the window com
ing down, and leaned over ami kissed
the scar on my head tenderly, and I
knew that peace and confidence were
After a while wo fell to talking over
it in a general way.
"It was a dreailful blow to me," said
Nell, pensively; "I thought that my
heart was broken."
"I thought it was a pretty tough blow
myself," I laughed. "By Jove, I
thought my head wns broken! When
that w indow emtio down it knocked me
higher than (iilderoy's kite! The next
time we uro married, Nell, I won't bo
left to dig out. of any such ridiculous
hole as a vestry; if there are any win
dows that have got to birjumped out of,
we'll hop out together."
Great was the family wonder to see
us walk iu together; but everything
was all right as soon as explained, and
Mr. and Mrsi Hartley consented that
Nell and I might be married next day
in the (plaint little church in the place.
And so wo were. 1 led my bride in
in v so If, and Papa and Mamma Hartley
followed soberly behind, and Kale and
her husband were all the crowd we had.
A curate, who had a bad cold ol'ii
ciated, and t he time-honored and world
renowned Dickens' woman pew opener,
shabby and sun fly, was on hand to
make everything romantic and proper.
So this is why we weie married with
out bi idesniaios, and bad two wedding
llAYKaVlM.E, Ohio, Pel). 11, 1SSJ).
I urn very (.dad to say I have ttied lb p
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li aimed d. v., M'tie'-r tr.l..iv'. w. Triiiw
lii trial butilt fr.o to lit duti.thay ijlaeiiire
hatKtioBbni,whtarttlytd, Stnd muin.I'.O "d
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ROOT & CONS MUSIC GO".)
------- "Ul lun.i uiunuva, HIKHlUeC
wlih full Inntrui tiona for forming Bauds, d.
what ; .,. -
- fi ii . n " P'Tt'iete; terms lor
job orallver aim, repiring, 4C. Wlllalao
nui'i ,,lro!' ou' Ini ana Orthttln.
tub onnr f ,Jjfi.rt. JJ"J"llar m"lr- Addreif
THE ROOr 4 SONS MUSIC CO,. CHICAGO 111
lh.3 Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints!
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuraleia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbncjo, Severe Aches or Pains
Arc Superior to nil other Plaatcrt.
Arc Superior to Poda.
Arc Superior to l.inimcnta.
Arc Superior to Ointment or SaWi-a.
A re an perlnr to Electricity or t-alvaoiam
They Art Immediately.
They Relieve T-nln nt Onrii. .
They Positively Cure.
Benson 'e Caprine Pnrons Plan-
v'riU i IV Hi not allow your rinuiirijt to
lera liavcneen imitated. Do
imlm II tomu oilier pluntnr havini; riniilar
r-ounfiiiiL' inline. Sue that thu word iarptllcd
l.-4-l-'t-i-s a. IT' en ii eta.
SEABURY &. JOHNSON.
M aonlii. I urinir C'ti. ini-u, New rvk.
"s. III! Ill ;HI IIV AT LAST. 'Price W.
Y.LAU S IrMicAd COM and UUNION PtASTcR.
II7JEOVIJV i.iJi.,., -
buoKiotf, Smarting Hnd Painful Bennationa of tho
M L3 Gl 00,'9rb"ul0- For anle hy all driiK-
ww.- Kictii, nr Hnnr n v r.xcrcns on re
f"!l ( '.utel ini-e. JOHN D. PAUit r H0N3
'.V 1';'.ok1 I778vr.nm-.jr.isr CINCINNATI'
uinu. riiMtaomuiiuon I ma paper.
C17 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
" A leaulnr Onoliiato of two medical
coll, -,',, hus liecti liiL.-i r eiiL'iiL'i-d In the ln .it
V','1"1 "' 'i.',,,ro,,ir'f Nmpvoiiw, skin nn. I
lil.i.i.l lUsresea Ihmi nnv nlli. riilivsli lan III
SI. I .on K a ellv ui..rs show mid nil old res.
ill mis know. ( mi ii 1 1 :i I Ion ui inllee nr hv mull,
tree .-mil Invited. A l'rli ii.llv talk or his opinion
cuts inillilin.'. Wln-ii II IsCm vi-n ..il tovMt
lie e 1 1 y lor treatment, uieilli-lm-i euii lie sent
mall or . Apr.- everywhere, Curulile c met
uitnr:iii.. il: where .Ion lt elU ll 1 Itnnkly
aimed. Cull or W rile. '
ft rrous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and othor
a!b-'- ,r'-t,Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Afflic
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Eheuraatisra, Piles. Special
attention to ewes from over-worked brain.
SURCICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseasos arising from Imprudences, Excessos,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It i seir-eflde.it that n physician pavlnif
purili-nlar atleiitlon tn a class 'm rases ulliiliM
fieul -kill, ami phvieians In revulnr iraeleii
ill! over Hie l oiino v kn.iwlni; till-. rieitieiitly
recommend ca-cs In i lie nMe.-t i.ilu-e III A m-rlcii
when- inery known uppllance is re-orleil tn,
uml tin- peov.'d tri ,. i i r. 1 1 . m hi nil
lives ami l oiint i e are 11-1 .1. A w hole lion-e Is
used loroiliee piirii.i-... unit all are treated with
nklll In n rc- I In I manner: nmi. knowing
what lo do. iioeierlmciil-are iii.-nle. I m uc.
count ol' the treu! iiiiiiiMt iipplvliiL'. tho
eliarires arc kill low. often Inn.'r ilnin Is
, I. -111.111. led hV olllers If Mill Mclll'c Hie sk 1 1 1
mid m l 11 -1 t I a 1 1 1 1 pci ict liie cure, thai la
tin- I in ot .in I mailer. lainplili I, oii pnvjib,
M ill l.i any address l'ree,
plates. I CARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages,
Wei'init clnlhiiiid cilt lilndliiK. Sealed for 111)
et-nls In ii-lane nr currency Over llltv won-
1 i-1 u I pen picture-. Inn-to life iirllc. -oii tlni
I low i mi 1 1 jee tn , In i mu iiinrrv, who not;
v. lo V I'mper nf,. loinaiTv. h.i 'marry llrsl,
.l.ll:lo.... 1.1111111I10..1I. Phv-leiil ile.'liv. W ho
-ilioaiil lear.l. II. m- life an. I liapplne-.-lil.iv lie
ilicl'i .oeil, I'lui-e ii .oim, (,r emil. iiipl.il nir
I' .nil . 1 1 - Inillld lead It. il oiil-IiI to lie rend
i iv all adult pei ..mi-, then kepi iiiider luck uml
ki-v. Popular i dllioii. aine n-ali..e, hut paper
f.-yer ai.d sm) juik'eii, i-iuui hj nuill, in uioui
t - to K
mH-iii S i r
TemCX1' ESrcoooiiO". otj'S p
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SSrll'? EB.SSt-.0r Sill's? 2 iJS
NEW AliVKKTISK HUNTS.
Tone, Touch, Workmanship
WIU.IAW KNAltK A CO.,
Noa.S-l.aiid -Jot), Wuat hiiltimo-H ritreet, Haiti
more. ,o. l-2, Kilih Avunue, New Yorlt.
AN HONEST OFFEH !
If vuu H-e tiled oral'lni;, no matter what the com
p alnt. iille to lie uml wewill vend .im'oii I rial ore
iirour lur- KI.IX'I'KO .Mi'.PlCATKli FA DM pro
vldeil you arue to par for It If it curea vou. Ii It
don not, it com you nothing to try it. Hooka, etc.
UivtOK (ill. i-urticuliim. true. Addr. m
ELECTRO PAU Ml-'(I CO.,
$10 to 20,000
In k-u'llim ale Jiiillr.ioiiii pc.:u!ntlon m (iraln, Pro
vihIoiiii mid Siorknon our pirl'erlt-d iilnn, yield
nr- monthly prmltM to hir.- unit nniill luvesiors.
AildrcH Tir full particular. U K Kendall & Co,
I'um ll Aleri'liiiiits, trr 179 La hallo st, t hlcauo 111
Ylll'Mi- M V tlyun wiuil tu leuri. TeleKra
1"Li;u phv Inn few motitha, and ho
certain nf a eltiiatlnii, uil.tr.-en Valtialuo llrmhura,
J Htli-e v 1 1 ,u, Vt p,
A l)VKHTIsKUS by iKlilr".tiln! (l;o. j. UOW
I'l.l. -v CO , li) sprtK'o atit-ei, ew York, can
learn the exucl cuet ol 'any propimeit line of adver
tl.'in' in American iiuMnpiipt-ra, Ltr l 0-D8i;e
liamiihlel.'lV. V h
K K W A I) V K 1TISKM K , Th ,
worth k.jinj for.
Tr. J . H SCII K l lv nf I'I.I1a,I... l,i I,.. k
lihed a Ii i .k on Oi-eii-i-s ol'llie Liiiil-h ami lln
They Can he X'nn d." whl' h Is idler, d free, poay
pain man n ; i i-it ii r h. ir colllalll valuable lllfob
iiuiiloii f. r uii who auiitioBe tlu-tuselvi-a alllii ter
with, or hull e lo. uuv di unci. if ii... O r,. ..i .,a
InnL's. Adilrrxa ttU. .1. II KI'IIKV.-'k- ft snv
lioo Arch St , Philadelphia, I'll. P. O. II .-S'la. '
lW1 1 V-lan'. ce tiiinly lnt, ) kvIii hecn
Vllllil 1 lO""1'-' rccUtcvi-iy I'iciit world's
liiihi-tili.l Ciiiupciiiiiin for el
teen vein; ti i oilier Auo-i em erk'niiii hanmr heen
Ion it i iiii-tl at anv, AIh.i cln-ap-Hl, Stvle loll ; .'P4
uclavvs; siilih iciil i-oiii.iiph and povJcr, with best
qtiality. for popular fncrud and recnlar iniirli: in
aihool or lioiiiilea, at oiiiv-.-.'. On,, hiindn d oth
er Htvle ill .ll. 5.-1T, . $VJ, 7S, !, WIllS, $111 lo
$:) uml up. I'h 1 lur-er etni-a are wholly unrl-
vaieu oy any tuner urifiina. Aleo fur easy pay-
iiiii'tratct uila OL'tie free.
h Co . 1 any have c, onnu-nced
msiiiifiirturuot uirli;ht isrand
iuiiop. 1 nt rod tie 111 u- liniiortuiit.
ImproveiiHiiils; adillni' to thu power n ml heuiily of
nun- nun iiiiiiioiiny. 111 noi rcqiitru tiinlnij otm
qtlnrtur annucu ua til Uor Pianos. Iiliisiriiicir C.ir
Th-i.M A.soN ,t II.MII.IN Orean uml Piann Co..
l.M I remniil M . iluslon ; pi J 1 1 1 It bit., New York;
1 ill Wlllilirih Ave , ( 'lilnitfu.
I'ESXSVLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
ruilicTklt. atat ycir opeua Heptemhur 1:1th
'New llitililiin:. Snpnrlor accoinniodiitloua.
Appointnienl n inpl. le. I'rL-Hsh, C'nll'tflatu,
'! ihai. I vi I Knu'iueerieir, i-iiree. Denroes
Conierred. Applv to W. P. llallidav, Esq., pao-on
Cairo, 111., or to COL. TIIKO. HYATT, Presl.
OF EVERY KINO CHEAPES TEAK EVES.
IClflea, Shot Otina, Revolver, Ammunition.
Flahinn Tin kle, Seinea, Neta, Knlvea,
U.iors, SUntea, llnmniocka, etc.
Lnr&e llluatrnloil i'atniojrue FKEE.
GREAT WESTERN"GUN WORKS,
PITTSBURGH, I' A.
WANTEO I LartlesflniJ ftentlemen, toemmg
with um to sell several I'aeful llouaeliold
Article, l'l-nfita lurRo Latiitr la llrht.
J.xcl-mivo territory Riven. NocompeUtlon.
Icrma I.Uieml. Circulars FKEE. Address
MeniU Mauul'iict'ir to., Box WIS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
StredHIi Insect Powder Kills
risaacwiaiaaaiajaaB KM acaanaawM
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tlmroiu'lilv exterminate R.mche. Ants,
Ped Ittiifs, I-'ieus, Lii e,'''ot,iuv ,ifl,i(.-ttonW'orms,
Moill, i-le. It iSNilo, Hire, ( Uiinly and eheiip. It
will not pol-iin iiiiiiiinls or fowls, dimple pack
it p -i hv mu. I :i0 cents, post-nlil. Stamps taken,
tirciiliii tree. Ai;eiita Uiinteil. Address,
J. H. JOHNSTON, PUtshnrgh, Pa.
jihot an Kinas lor saio very cnoap.
f S HULL & CO. Box 808. PUhbnrgh, Pa.
m Waiaii . i n linear ; ',1
Electric Aoolimcei ara tent on 30 0.iv' TrUI.
TO MEN ONLY, YQUM3 OR OLD,
"llfllo nre mnrerlnir from Naavoe Intiui.rnr,
V l.o-'.T Vironv. I.i.-k or Nkkvk Kou. a nn
Vluoll, W' lKTINI! WKAKXKSSI-a, lllld nil lll(IM lIlDease
ofa I'KKnoN!, N el UK ivieiltliiK front AhetK mid
otiikk 1'Ai nea. Hi ily n le f nn I oini'lel.- riwto.
radon III IIUHI. rH.Vtil.lllllllll MAMIOotlllAATiKI.
The utaii'lert discovery of Hi,. Nineteenth (Vnlury.
Semi at u'li-v fm lllu.lrnleil l'niiiiilet free. Ada rex
V01TAI3 BELT CO., MAXSHALL, MICH.
VOl U ( AIM TAL
'I'I.iih ileidi-ln-j lii iiin!vi in i..,-y
oil e i ml H'w iu." nil. i inw i ll.ii'lita
i i !-it'. p'o'.'isi mi and ft icll
iKVt.liU- h, cn ihia hv nper
in in ; i ii , i ,,.i . I vi 1 . i M:iv iFt,
IsSi, l.. 1 1 1 ' I'trsoli. C'.l,i' oil ill
V. a'l.KMI-'. ill -l I e,M.):- I.l IK I, cilsll
p .11' i liav i li".. j-e . i,.,.. iiiid
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w 'vi- 'iil i "i";i I ii ( ni. i iim eivest
lii"il',. . , 1.1 Ii e i ill - I ll" i rikiiuil in.
ver,::i.ot.'. 'e.'.-ic! in.'.'i-.- nr puy
n' de on Oenroi.l. l 'i p .mr tors c ir
on I lOl U'l 1 ; l-.t -lll-'.M (If ill' W
yt-rit 1'ivr. W'e v.-..nt crr.-ihl
loieriU, who wi:i ioi""-t i"i cr..m
ami (noeiluc '.ha ft o Mbtittl
e uiiiioK:. enu iiiii'. A'lor-'.,
I'l.KUHIMI A lt:l l. Cra.
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