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INVAHIABLT IM aDVANC.
All CommuQlcalloDi chould ha addressed to
B. A. BUKNKTT,
Publisher and Pronrlator.
The Miseries of a Mean Man.
Sometimes I wondur what it nii-an
man thinks about u lion lie gous to bud.
When lit) turns out the li-jlit and lius
down. Wlie'n the darkness closes in
about him and he is alone, and compell
ed to bo liouest with himself. And not
a bright thought, not a generous im
pulse, not a manly act, not a word of
blessing, not a grateful look, comes to
bless him again. Not a penny dropped
into the ouutietched palm of poverty,
nor the balm of a loving word dropped
into an aching heart; no Hunbeam of
encouragement cast upon a struggling
life; the strong right hand of fellowship
reached out to help some fallen man to
his feet when none of these things
come to him a the "God bless you" of
the departed day, how ho must hat
himself. How he must try to roll away
from himself ami sloop on the other
side of tho bed. When the only victory
he can think of is some mean victory, in
which be has wronged a neighbor. No
wouder he always sneers when he tries
to smile. How pure and fair and good
all the rest of the world must look to
him, audhow cheerless and dusty and
dreary Hindi his own path appear. Why,
even one lone, isolated act of meanness
is enough to scatter cracker crumbs in
theljcd of the average ordinary man,
and wliul must lie the feelings of it man
whue whole life is given up to nyiin
acts? When there is so much suffering
and heartache and misery in the world,
anyhow, why should you add fine pound
of wickedness or Kit. hush to the general
burden? Iwu't be mean, my buy. S.f
fer injustice a thousand times rather
than commit il orirr. --V'T' "i .
Ajrony Soma Women Endure in Order to
Freaent a Pir.lonal Cuticle.
"It takes more 'weighs than one t
niako a living in the show business,'
said the young woman who sits by the
big scales in the museum, and tells" peo
ple tho amount of their avordupois for
a small fee. 'Hut," bhe added, de
cisively, "I dont want to make a pict
ure book out of idv arms and legs. I
call that too iniir-li.''
Yet, sober and sensible as this remark
seems to be, it is a fact that all womon
do not agree with her. Two in New
York have voluntarily submitted them
olves to processes of puncturing and
poisoning necessary to produce the em
blazoinent which makes Capt. Costen
tenus as picturesquo as his name, and
now a third is undergoing a few
months of torture in order that she may
be so disfigured that curiosity seekers
shall gape at her. This last misguided
young female was introduced to a Her
ald reporter tho other day as he stood
looking at a row of monstrosities in a
museum, and it was explained to him
Shn wanta to bo a wonder
Ami In thf muaetim stand,
A I'li'ttiro puller y on back,
Atiotborou tier band.
"And I'm not going to be any such
trifling show as that," she said scorn
fully, elevajing her nose in the direction
of "the first woman who appeared in
public in a costume of India ink, who
was proudly displaying her greatly
adorned charms in closo proximity to a
Punch and Judy show.
"Hut why is she a trifling show?'1
objected tho reporter. "It may bo a
matter of taste as to tattooing at all,
but she seems to have been thorough
snough in her work."
"That's where you make a mistake,"
said tho new aspirant for fame; "her
tattooing is all scroll work. Her pictures
aro all outline sketches, and mine aro
solid blocks of color as big as your hand.
Anybody could bo tattooed like her; but
it takes' nerve to have a solid picture
"And are you really illustrated with
cuts?" asked the reporter.
"Not yet," was tho reply. "But I'm
getting to be."
An engagement was speedily made
for the reporter to be present when the
noxt operation was performed. "Coma
up this afternoon," said the lady "ami
you can see't at two."
Accordingly tho reporter w as startled,
not to say shocked, by tho promtness
with which she displayed various por
tions of her anatomical structure when
ho called at her room. It seemed a
trifle immodest of her to show in private
what she proposed to exhibit in public
for a living, but after a brief struggle
with his sense of propriety he looked
with great interest at certainly the most
remarkable collection of pictures ever
exhibited. The grtitloiuan who devotes
his days to puncturing his wife's epi
dermis is a sailor, or has beeu one, und
has imbibed fo'castlo notions of art, to
gether with his knowledge of tattooing.
Accordingly his w ifo' arms, legs' and
body look as if she had a violent erup
tion of Hags, tombstones, allegorical
figures' and moral and patriolio mot
toes. "Cod bless our home," "Proeras
tion is the thief of time," and "The un
ion forever," till up tho interstices bo
twoen Melpomene. Calypso, and the
grave of 'Ihomas JelVersoii, while a
large tricolor adorns tho right thigh
and a free-hand sketch of a-man-o' war
is pricked into the left. Scores of de
signs, no two of which are a like, have
been engraved (so to speak) in the flush,
and the vacant spaces are being tilled in
day by day with others.
"Can 1 see you put, on a new pict
tlreP" asked (he reporter.
The lultooer carefully wetted a small
camel's hair brush In some India ink
commonly called, but which ho explain
in. was really Chinese ink and began
1o examine ids subject to see where ho
should begiti. After turning her around
two or three times he selected a small
white spot on her left shoulder blade
and rapidly sketched a heart punctured
by a Cupid's arrow. Then ho chose one
of soveral bunches of needles and began
to prick the ink In,
I go Just deep enough to draw the
blood," said he. 'When that conies, I
stop. Then it immediately swells up like
this." And he put his finger on a raw
sore on her arm. "After throo or four
days the scab cumes oil', and it looks
liko this," and ho put his finger on her
left kneo, whoro was au angry-looking
blotch of tho shape of a bird. "Thon the
skin peels oil' twice ami in about a week
moro it is all done."
"And tho picluro is there, forever,"
said tho reporter.
"Yes, unless it is taken out.- I can
take it out the same wny I put it In."
This assertion, by tho way, is an ex
ceedingly doubtful one.
"There is one curious thing about it,"
continued the artist, as he calmly prod
ded away at tho woman's back. "If I
put a pieture on the knee I can't put
one on above it until the inllammation
is all gone, but I can put one on below
it the next day if I want to. The inflam
mation always runs up, not down, and
you can't put a picture on an inflamed
The outlines of tho heart and arrow
were now completed and ho began to
cover the whole space insido with ink.
"Are you going to make that a solid
piece of color?'' asked tho reporter.
"Yes, Indeed," Knid the man's wifo
eagerly "Don't you see there's no scroll
work in any of them? They aro all solid.
This was true. In some places the
color was picked into the entire surface
of a block three inches souare or more.
"If it wm only the outlines I wouldn't
care anything about it," she continued.
"Then it does hurt a good ileal?" she
"Hurt! Well, you juttry it," said she
with a biiiiie, though her lips twitched a
little with the effort. Hut the reporter
declined the offer and foil to examining
the tattouei's few and simple tools.
Tbns were only the brush mentioned
and a few bunches or rather rows of
needles. The smallest of tloso consisted
of livo needles and the largest about
forty. They were ordinary fine sewing
needles, la-iicd on to pieces of bone iu
such a way that they lay in rows, with
thir points forming an edge liko a
knife blade. These edges, the artist ex
plained and showed, were sharpened on
a whetstone as a knife is sharpened, in
order to secure an exact lino of points.
It further appeared in conversation
that the woman undergoing tho tattoo
ing is tho daughter of a well-to-do farm
er in Pennsylvania, and is supported by
remittances' from home while her hus
band is devoting himself to garnishing
her for her debut. As soon as she shall
havo been sufficiently bedizened, whioh
hfi thinks will be in a few weeks, sho is
to fulfill an engagement of a year at
a week. Something like the first
year's receipts have been used up while
she has been undergoing the torture of
preparation, but she calculates, unless
the fashions iu tattoo change, to be an
attraction in anv "show" for the rest of
her life. Xcw York lkrald.
The Ghost Got Full.
Booth, while playing through the
south a year or two ago, was billed to
play "Hamlet" iu a certain town. Two
hours before the performance he who
was to have enacted the Ghost fell sick,
and an Irish comedian was secured to
play the part. He studied tho part, but
while so doing ho smiled loo often over
a green bottle, which led to a unique
rendering of the character:
Hamlet Save mo and hover o'er with your
wliiir. your lieiivenly guards! What would
your (rrMPinus fiiMire'r
yueoii Aia, he's mad!
Hamlet Do you not come your tardy gon to
That laps'd In time and paslon lots go by
Th" Important acting of your dread com
mand, O gay."
Ghost Hamlet, my hor, don't forgot
This vlit that I'm paying ye
(Voice from behind llie scene Come off, you
fool, you'll kill the seenei.
Ghost I've eiune on hero lo plav thegboust,
and I'y the Hoiy Mother I'll titnuh'lt.
This vis't l to wtmt your ptirposn.
Hot look a! yor neither, ye Warktruard.
Don't yer the Hniaroupint Hilling on ber?
Goipnck and ci hetwiju her and her light
ing Soul! C'onsato ntul wicker baskets.
Spake to her, ye HIhiii ;
The curtain fell as the philosophic
prince made sundry attempts to dis
" pcre his father's ghost with the Hat of
Ten to Twenty Years of Success
for a remedy that has iu that time never
been wanting in all that is claimed for it
certainly ought to givo confidence to those
who have not mod Simmons Liver Regu
lator. The trial of it is attended with no
inconvenience, no danger.no doubt; if it
will not cure you it chu possibly do you no
harm, and in no case of bilious headache,
constipation, liver disease or its attendant
evils has it ever been known to fail. Be
ware of bogus and counterfeit "Simmons"
gotten up to sell on the reputation of tho
Furk Con LiverOil made from selected
lime, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
i Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
ani sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicist have
decided it superior to any of tho other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, timples, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard Ss Co.
New York. (2)
"Lydia E. riukham's Vegetablo Com
pound ranks first as a curative agent iu all
cotnplaiuts peculiar to women.
A Texea Clergyman.
Kvcn the patience of Job would become
exhausted wero ho a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughinir,
making it impossible for him to be beard.
Yet, how very easy can all this bo avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store (2)
D. F. Mokoan, of Clay city, III., writes
his wife wns subject to attacks of sick and
nervous headache, and was entirely cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
and myself, great sufferors from Catarrh,
have been curort by Elys' Cream Balm.
My sense of smell restored and health
greatly improved. 0. M. 8tanley, dealer
in booth and shoes, Ithica, N. Y.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, moro particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are wumau's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
Ijcalth, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tral always proves our assertion.
They aro pleasant to tho taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
See a woman In another column, near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so h it'll ly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the uso of invalids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
Sleepless nights male miserable bytrat
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is tho reme
dy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, agent. (3)
American Institute on Pure Grape Wine.
The President and a Commitiee from the
Farmer's Club, of tho American Institute,
have visited Speer's Vineyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report thai the Port Grape
Wino of Altred Speer, of New Jersey, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in New York have adopted this wine.
It is for salo by Paul Schuh. lmo
Juui'S Hansen, 13 Hunt street, Chicago,
says: "I used Brown's Iron Bitters as a
tonic, and found it to be exactly what it is
represented to be."
o family Dyes were ever so popu
lar as the Diamond Dyes. They never
fail. The Black is far superior to logwood.
The other colors aro brilliant.
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped, xseglect frequtntl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
suniption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syr.ips
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed iiarts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial' Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaran
teed to cure. Paul G. Schuh, ageut. (2) '
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarsoteo if.
PaulG. Schuh, aent. (1)
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save oO per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Borden, Selleck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
"Piesuinption begins in igoranee and
ends in ruin." On the other hand, the
production of Kidney-Wort began with
wise cautions and scientific research, and
its i se ends in restoring shattered constitu
tions and endowing men anil women with
health and happiness. "My tormented
back," is the exclamation ot more than one
poor hard-working man and woman: do
you know why it aches? It is because
your kidneys are over-tasked and need
strengthening, and your system needs to be
cleaned of bad humors. You need Kidney
Wort. bucKien s Arnica Salve
The BcbI Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt lll.cum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to civo . per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet" breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
PaulG. Schuh. (4)
You I et, wheu coughs aud colds Bro (ly
ing about like gnats in a storm, "Dr. Sell
er's Cough Syrup" is a sure cure.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Liudscy 's Blood Searcher."
Sold by all druggists. Never fails.
For fifteen years I have been greatly sn
noyed with this disgusting disease, which
caused severe paiu iu my head, continual
dropping into my throat and unpleasant
breath. My sense ol smell was much im
paired. By a thorough uso for six mouths
of Elys' Cream Balm I have entirely over
come these troubles. J. B. Case, St. Denis
Hotel, Broadway and Eleventh street,
N. Y. '
New Jersey Premium Wine.
Physicians state that the Port Wiiio that
took the premium at tho Ccntenniul, pro
duced and offered for sale by Mr. Alfied
Speer, of New Jersey, is a wine that fan
be safely used for medicinal purposes, be
ing pure and freo from medication, nnd is
moro reliable than ether Port Wines, It is
especially recommended for weakly fe
males and the aged. Tho deep color is
due to tho iron from (ho brown stone shale
rock on which the grapes crow, which is
rich in iron. For sale by.Paul Q, Schuh.
TnK most obstinate cases ot Catarrh and
Hay Fever aro cured by tho uso of Elys'
Cream Balm, tho only agrocablo remedy.
Frico 50 cents. Apply into uostrtls with
Dr. Kline's Gukat Nerve Rkstoiieb is
the marvel of tho ago for all nerve diseases.
All fitsstoppod free. Bond to 061 Arch
street, Philadelola, Pa.
DAY .MORNING. DECEMBER
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
and our many othur Elfctro-GR'fiiDlc tort Mntle
Apliltanom aud (irmnt nr liwilnihla. nod a turt
car lor Nurvmw Ihl!lty FRrly.l.. Ef.Uoi.ur, Uheuma,
tlira, OMt-workfd Urnln. Eibniutlon or Lom of Vital
Know. Wonk liu-k, KUin-r HiWno, I no, Ur nd
Hurnmrh Comi.lflinn. nod r adaptori to kithib
IhoM iir.nlmnmi nr thA .i7 Wilont lro.ri)ed
and onflrelrdilTsriTit from hells anil all olhnra, ai tbof
IxxUively ifonemta comidiioimi cnrronla without act ill.
eauiliu do aorM nor Irritation of tha akin can ha
worn at work ai well a rail, and ara onlj notlroabla to
tha woarar. 1h (.oaer la ratfnlate:l in aa to meet tha
dlffaront aUttaa of all rittraaea whare Elactrlo and
Magnatle treatmant lauf tenalit Thow lor
CURE IMPOTENCY, SEMINAL WEAKNESS. LOST MfOOD, 40
Thoy Cura whan nil else filla. Our ir!Tstratd
Pamphlet an' I i aoal-d ...wloiw on rtralpl of SoaaU
DoaUae.oraacuroly w.-f,;,ed, fi..
UowftidElectro-Mak-notlclnajle.ll rr pair by mall.
AMERICAN CALVANiO CO.,
3ta HI. eth 8t.t St. Loula, Mo.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ,5
Wood, and villeomlcttlychnilMho lilood In I lie rn
tirevstMiiiii Ihreo montna. Anri"ranutrliowill taka
I tillloar-h nifrhtfmm 1 to 1 V wot'kamay he lmfnm!
to non n (I lli'iltll, if ouch a tllinp lie t-il.!.. tS.iM ov.
orjwhora, or fnt hy mail for H li.it. r o'rimni. I H.
JoHNmiN & t o., llotn. Maaa,. fur'ncrlv H 't'i.-nr M
617 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A r(tilor OnHuiita of fwn inodlcnl
collcura, li its Iwii Innuar t'liuani'd In tint lrat
niiit or Chronic. Nvrvoim, (rltti utut
Jtloo.l Ulsrnwa Hum anv otbt-r nlirali'lNit In
St. I.oula. as rltv ihiht klu.w and all ohl rrl
di'iila know. nii-u 1 1 hi I. ii- ottlt-i- nr k mull,
frwrniil lnvl(4d. A I'rlomllv tnlk or hl nplnlon
roslsimllilm;. Whrn It la lnrnn an..nt to vllt
the cltv .or ti'i iilnii'iit. i)ioiriii, cull he aont.
by miill or i xpri sa t.virvwlnri, Ctirnlito rnsea
Itiuiranti'fil; wIhtp dmihl cviKta it in frankly
slntfU. Call or Write.
Npttous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weaknota, Marcurial and oilier
nffectiona of Throat, Skin and Bonen, Blood
Impurities and Blood Pomnning, Skin Alloc
tions, Old Sore i and Ulcers. Impediments to
Marriags, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-woi-ked brain,
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudenoes, Kxecsso',
Indulgences or Exposures,
Tt I aiir.t'v.li'til that a iilivili'lnn paving
partlfiilnr atli'iilloti to a i'l ol 'raara Mtnlna
Rreat Hklll. and iihvaiclan In ri kiilar iirartlcn
all ovi'r the rntinlrv knowlnif thla. lYi'ipifntly
rofoninii'iid nia.alo tilt1 nhli-al t.lftro In AiimtIi'ii,
where every known iiII:iiih la reaorteil to.
and the rovil iriiod reiiitlUe of nil
aiiea ami rnnntrlea me iiscil, A whole home lr
tiaed forollli'i' riinioe, ami All are trt'Hti d with
kill In a rt"if(tl'iil innnmr: ntul, km.wHm
what to tin. noexiierliiieiilMire nm.le. tin ai -count
of llio treiit ntinilier n.ihlnu, the
pharitea tiro kept low. olleii lower lliiin la
deinanded hy oiIhm If von aeeiiie the akl'l
ami vet a apeedy and pi r In I ltt' i ure, Hint la
the linporlniit miller, J'.iin.ili t. oil pnger.,
till In any aililrei fne.
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1 Iihvu it ...ltlvu rmuu.lv for tli ahura ill,..; by 111
tlmiiaaiida of cnm.t of tho worat kind and of Imi
um.lliiK liare ho.in cured. Indead, aoitronn la hit faith
.n ti ottli-m-y that I will aond TWO HDTTI.liS KltTK, to"
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I find r.l'. UarnniaUir work, as well aanne that coala igMI. ton can raiy
on itevery tluin, Capt, Oh. II, ltooKna, Hlnp "Twiiiaht," San Kranclaco.
Hiiniuieter reeaived iu nod order, and ninat aay that the inttUTient aivea
pnrliiutsiitlafaotioulnetary Mapacl. Il la neatly mad earn I wniiilnrliilly cheap
at two dollars, (lau. B. Vahsons. M. V. It, H t title". itrit., Jlioh.
I'iioI's llaruniatar haa already aavad me many tunes ita col, iu foroUilluij
the weather. It is awonderful ourlusity sud work, tnwrinuiion.
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lor tho Cure of
Dr. A I). Ma.erolo (lata of I.ondonl.who make, a a'lie
elaltf of Fpllepry, haa Itlmut doubt trnUil a:i,J cund
more case. than any rth-r llvlnir plivalotan. ll.aau.'roai
haa .Imply Imen nmnnlfriiiiip; we liave honrd of caaua of
ever 10 your.' .urnlin .u.-.-fmlnlly rure'1 hy hlni. Ila
ha. publlfhed a work on fnla ilinea.n, ili-ii hn aenila
llh a larjta liotilonf lila won.lerrul criro fn t. any "f
frar who may "ni tluilr etprraa anil p. 0. Adaim v. a
ad viae any une wishing arnr.iro aodrea.
lr. AH. MtaJillOLK, ho. M Jobu 8U, Waw Toik,
BEYOND THE ItlVER.
AWAY ACKfss THE MISSI9MITI IS HELD A
C'UN VINCIMI ctiN VEKSATION.
"I tell you rlr, that they lire one of tho neatest
combli atlone ever pruduci'd, and my exuvrlcnco of
that ii.r' of ihl g haa been A ide enough to intltla
my Judftraent to aorae reape. t ."
"Ch, 1 don't Know, ruppuni'.cd tbe firKt epeaker'a
frld.wltha itilojuv.n". na l '..oupli lie didn't take
nitich later at In the eil.j..ct, --I huve never b.en
able to aee mnon diffen uce in ti.oee thlnca. They
aro all d et y marly thu same cizu, and mado of
aboui the same atuff.'.
The talk, i'f'h!t:li the forvsnlOK 's a frnnment,
took Place iu Gullatlu, Jli-eoi rl, not lotij,' ago, In
the eutig office of Dr. H. V . Flowers, oje of the
kadlu, physU lane of llio atnto, who followed np
the vein In which he bad lulrodncod It anbetan
tlally In tip ae worde:
"NuiiHeuae.that la the rljrmarola of a boy, or
rather of a man whouitluTdoi an't know ordomu't
care what ho euya. I h .hb thlnirs, aa yoa call
them, are juat an dUl'Miit a the moon la from
Srecn cheuae. Sow, 1 him. ma, ..tioua aud oint
ments are very good In mint caeca for the relief
of pain or inflanutiou. Hut, Iu the flrtt place they
areunolenn. Tbev anil the hands and tha linen,
bceidoK helDL' always out of reach when they are
"Well, my dear doctor. " ilghcd the traveler from
tho North, lmt worrM you have? Tina la a
wretched world anyhow, and nothing ia ever at
hand when It ta wanted. Vou can't nigttt any.
' Yo I can." br. ko In llie doctor, thumping tha
table with Inn J.t, "I can ausgeat BENSON'S
C'APCINE PUiiOl'S PLASTEK. I have tried It
on my pattenta, and I havo tried itoninyaolf for
an atinck of Punomonln, and in all caaea relief haa
followed In from three to lorty-elght honra. The
old plaatora ara etnga roaches-the Calcine la a
telegraphic d apatch. r'or instance, la casta of
Neuralgia, Mufcnlar lthetimatlim, Lumbag ., re
tarded action of the Klduota, and"
"I glvo It np doctor, aud In caae of need I'll buy
Benson's," said the traveler pleaaautly.
In the center of the g -ntilno la cut tha word CAP
Seahury & Johnson, Chemist. "Va York.
All Only Daughter Cured of
Whon death waa hourly eipocted, all remedies
having failed, and Dr. II. .lames was experiment
Ingwiiri the many herbs ol t nictitta. he accident
ally mado a proparat on which cured bis only child
of Conauinp Ion. Hie child ia now Iu thli country
and enjoying the best ofhenlth. He hat pioved t
the world that Consumption can he positively and
permanently cured. Tho doctor now glvea bla
Kcclpe free, only asklnir two three cent stamps to
pay expenses. This herb also cure night sweats,
nausea at tbe stomach, and will break tip a Iresh
cold In twenty-four honra. Addreaa Craddock A
Co., lOi'ZKacesireet, Philadelphia, nanilug this
WIIjIj TETjTj -VTTt
It will detect and itiihoate eorrectly anyehanaatn tle'eVniliar iato48honr
In advnnoe. It will tell wbatikind.of atonu la approanniiiK, and from what
dirnotirin-liivnliiiilile lo tin vlHiitora. runner run plan llimr .rk
aoooriliiu I') lis prndiutions. hltvea () lloiea In eol in n hiiikIm aoaaon.
lias an aceurato theriuommnr attiehd, win. h alone la w..rt lit ho price ot Ilia
ouiiiliilinli.nl. I'llii great UKATIIKIt I MMI'A'I'Olt iindoram hy tha
lie. at eminent fhyaluian.. i'riliwaois DCCf IN TUC (11001 fl I
and SoientiUomenof tha-day u ha the DCO I III IntWUnLUI
The Tliariunmotiir and Hivrotuator are put in a nicely tinn-iie.l uln it Irame,
with silver plated triimninifa, ate., makina it a beautiful aa wall as uaelul or
nnuinnt. Wa will aand you n. ainplr cno, tifliifrnttj'rct', to your place, iniiood
ordiir, on rueeipt ot ( I. or all f r j I Am'iila are itinkina from if.'rtofio
daily aelhng tlioni. A trial tmtl uiruicr yuit. Order at. onoe. It sella at
SillallT. .liiHt thetlunu to to farincra, murehauta. etu. Invaiur.hla to
evHiyhotly U.S. Hoaiaan htmnpa tiki n if in Rood order, hut unmey pre
fnrrud. Audit, wanted everTti here. Hend for ( ircilar nnd terms.
Addraaaalloidorat.0aVVI.tJlt 'I I 1 1 U HO tl KTKU OlMiS.
or fu tuirf m tha irui'Jlhivrmi. O'.weiio Co.,
stay. rr, foatinaater, (.rounty wioi
huaineaa hoiixe In Otweitii, N. Y.
May.ir, Pon'inasier, County Clink, 1'irat aud Sacond
nil t n.a
' 'oimty ntnf state phinili.ani remit bimontu
.uu aiauavuifj uiu,a a 0111. un ine uaca ui uniru
Pleaaa stato wbar you aaw uur advartuanima
anteo for u Team, ana add
measicg J'JSr vrbat It says.
,Vil-aBTuaaa fc( ... . i , Mr . a.fc 'i
lnf from ui.
nil minted IWfivttm IMiahle. Himim 9lnoh.E,n
rd on reraivinii the iii.triiitieiit. return It at. onuaan.T
I J havo
ruth itmt, st. ictis.