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WHY ARE THE
The Best Coal Cook Stoves'
M WmT BAKERS
C V K Durable
Kim, sijltt ad prios to nil rury ta.
6a tart asi asa jotr in tx 6 MiJUT:.
WU. RESOR L C0 Cbeicnaii, 0.
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TH EMEST OF DISEASE
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST!
fa I ho Urand Old
LIN I MEN T
Which has stood the test of 4C
rhere'is no sore it will not Heal,
do Lameness it will not Curo, no
Aohe.no Fain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch,
a. bottle costing 25c, 60c. or 91
has often saved the Life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
Leather Vests a.sd Fill..
UOHT IS H KIi.JIT AD 1VLl,-H
ASiinlius an amount of mmlott u.'id urcteetion
lieretorir;deriiicl nnH.iib c txn ,t iu t enneo
lion wiuincavj, ciuauty (jnnii.l,.
M.VOK OLV lV
G. W. SIMMONS & SOU'
lllilrlcrs of Kb Kl Lit L'Jotrf OierrojiU,.
OAK HALL. .... LOCTON, 2f ASS
Ilis-I'iiuiitir- t-,t Milit-.iv t.la an
VVe bt-lic-re t)ne are the best irwtecturi-in.
IkmI weather ever devised, auil tlic verv ifn i m.
Cfaa Uitt With Ltal -ajiijii tiajt Inl 11. 1.1
lure larje stock jor the rernt stsk o. Ih
ric jrwjuri tu ir ceuU tout last year's) m
cry r-kjonnhloi l for the j fur 11. i...
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UMtaMtirtt. I t liM ..ti.a l.r l -u k 1 I'. .
1 -"7 " - . ' I'M 1 1 u 1M I .
1 aur9i FKiuirtd re .imply thews: l.nul,
IttiKht sud weiihi. '
O. W. SIMMONS & SON, Oak nail
M . ID. I. It K.-UM. 4.1 . IT...... ..
niitninea in the t'nlled
Suu-, Caus'la, and tu
r 1 terms as low as
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JUh and foreiCT anKua(res. wnn inventors, At
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our 1 l.oUr rejectl .-,
If you wants at
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Clrv. land, Ohio 10. M. Keley,
' aw lia JIBWa(fI.
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O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflnx and Guttering a Specialty
alate Koofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
J obblo- Promptly Dona.
This stamliinl ttrticlc is com
IKiiindeil with the greatest care.
Its ell'ects iue as womlcrful mid
as satisfactory as ever.
It retorc.s piny or faded hair lo
it. youthful color.
It leinovoH ail eruption, itching
and dandruff. It Riven the liead a
cooling, wxitiiiii -.ensaikn of reat
comfort, and tlio sculp ly its use
hecomcs vhitt( and clean.
Jly ltd tonic proj)erties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vijfor, preventing baldness, mid
making the hair grow thick and
Ah a dressing, nothing has been
found bo effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. 1J., State As
sayer of Massachusetts, says, ''The
constituents are pure, and carefully
selected ior excellent quality; and
1 consuu rit the Hkst 1'kkpauatiojj
for it intended purioses."
Price, One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may lie
relied on to change the color of the
l?ard from gray or any other un
desirable shade, to brown or black,
at discretion. It is easily applied,
Jeing in one preparation, and quick
ly and eireetually produces a per
manent color, which will neither
rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL 4. CO.,
NASHUA, N, H, ' '
Colt ty tU trt;mt. Ml Stalere U KtUtlKH.
' ; :er --j sj
MADS, oslt r.r
u. w. Hinnoss & so.,
Oak Hall Boston Mass.
It embraces all the btM ijaaUties of the Kniflish
snd t'reni'h suits, and is articularly adujited to
tiie RMuireiiientsof the Ameriuin huntent. It U
made from duck Mead trr'i y ha'i'),wsterprool'ed
by a putetit prK. sii'l iariiculur attention is
Kiven iu me riveunif 01 an tut- la. tet corner.
1 sii'l tecurerutenini; .! sll the luttona.
i Price of the Suit complete, including
1 coai. vest, xrouaera, iat, or Cap and
end P'rttofliceordi-r. Goods tent C. O. I. If
lireltrrel. lo the tiaat ae make libeiul dis
count. Ui xes fob Mea-i-heukst. WaUt. I'reast,
Inniie team of nlceve. Jj-i'ie aaru of trousers
.Size of brad. Mrutim 'eiirht snd vteitit.
fend lor circular. Adlrtss,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall. Boston. Mass.
n all c of iirirate. chroaic. and urinary di'
ses in all their coii.rilicut! forms. It is well
kuowu tbat Dr. Jiuw has stood at the ht-ail ol
the proftwkion for the oiaht t" years. Aire and
erUiii ttr .;-iniix,rUuiU Ncnalunl Hesk,
neaa, niKht lon by drtains. iiii1is on the
fiw. lost nmn'iooj, can poHitivt-ly 1 cureed
Indies a antiuK the most dulicaU- alUsulion, cull
or write. I'luwttiit l.oiui: lor outicutn. A book
lor the million. Marriufre liuide, which tells
you all atmut thetwilikea9a--who should marry
whv not lo wnta to vsy poBbiKe. I'r. Juin-s
has :nt rooms and irlar. you uo cue but
tha dwtor Oltiue houra, a.m. to 7 fi.m. Sun
days, 1 in li. All hu lneis strictly con lldt-n
St. Louis. Mo.
TH0S. A. KICE, A. M. t.
JAB. BICE, A. M..
J. U. uuawooo.
FULL LIFE SCHQUKSHIP S8I 00
MOST CoiiiU-tV Tbroui;h aud Practical
court, of ei,ly iu the I'liiird htuttsh a
course iuiliMK-ii.il, i,. ( viy youua iiiau uj
barl.mgoa the sc4 o Ufa.
tot Illustrated Ciretuar,
m wis son,"
-ra flfl HIIM
17 V' tl-a'X
The htine ran le healed and the wounded
made whole. We now know lust whnt the
Centnur Liniinrnt will do. They will not
mend broken bones or cure Cancer, but
they will extract soreness, allay pain, cure
UliL'UiuittiNiu ami a larger runo ot llcch,
bouo and muscle ailmcnu than any article
ever before discovered.
Sclctititio skill cannot go beyond the e'
feels of theo renmkable ('reparation
t I1HOMC KiiKl iMAlIsM of many jcars
standing. Neuralgia, Wcak-llack, recr
Sores, Weeping-Sinews, Sciatica, C'nketl
Hreasts. PNtortod Joints and Sprlaned
Limbs ol the wort kind are cured by the
White Centaur Liniment.
It will de-troy the l.iin and heal without
a scar all ordinary llurns and Scalds. It
will extract the poison of Bites and Stings,
aud the trot from Fiozen Limbs. It is
very cllicacious fof Etir-nchf, Tooth-ache,
Itch and Cutaneous Eruption.
Mr. JoMnli WcMlakc, of MaryMille, U.,
"Kor years my Itbcumatinro has been so
that 1 have been unable to stir from the
house. The tlrst three bottles of Centaur
Liniment enabled me to walk without my
crutches I am mcndioir rapidly. 1 think
your Liniment simple a marvel.''
C. 11. Ucunett, lrujfii-i, Hock l'rairic,
Mo., says :
Centaur Liniment sells better and gives
the best satisfactiou of anything in the
What the Centaur Liniment ha done for
others it will do for you. It is reliable, and
ft is cheap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is worth IU weight in gold to owners o
horses and mules.
ThlsL-niment lias cured more Sprained,
Sweenied, King-honed and (tailed liorc in
three years than have all the Karrlerslnthe
country in an age. Its effects are simply
We have thousands upon thou.-audi of
certilicates as strong as the following :
"My liorsi wax luine for a year with a fet
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure and I considered him worthies un
til I commenced to use Centaur IJoiuiciit,
which rapidly cured hlin I hoartilv re-om-mend
It. "Kf-V. JKO. W. r'K'KKIS.
Manorville, Schoharie Co., -X . Y."
"Dear Sirs I have used your Centaur
Mnimcnt in my lamny, aud Cud it to t oi
Kreai vaiua. t'leasa kend me two uoil&rs
worth, one for the mules and horcs.
"Fall Station. Wvomlne (;o..Pa.
It makes very little difference what the
eae is, whether It be Wrench, sprain, roll-
Evils Kinirlmne, Meratches or Lameness ol
any kind, the effect are the .atuo. Livery
men, state proprietors, t urmers. Ac. ehould
never be without the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment. It is sold everywhere, and warrant
ed in its tne?u.
Laboratory of .1. It. UOK A C . ,
-i lr Sr.. Saw Voi-.a.
Cast or ia.
It is a mistake to tuppore that ( ait oris Is
hot adapted to grown persons aa well as
Children. T bey only need to increase the
'inantlty. Hut chl dren have so many com
plaint for which CaBtoria Is adapted like
ina uoiie, sour fctomacn, w onus. Tetter,
Teething and Croup, ;bat It is especially
reanmmamlod for th.m.
I reflects are more certain than Castoh
Oil. It contains no alchohol and is as plcss-
aui in uike as uoney. ti nivcr gripes. Uy
icKMiuung ine sioiiiai'ii ana onweis tne Cas
toria cools the blood, expels worms and
prevents feverishuess, quiets the nerves and
produces health then of course children
can sletp In quiet aud mothers can rest,
factorials recommended by all physicians
ana nurses woo uave uieu it, ana It Is hav
ing a rapidly increasing sale, it ( nrenared
wiih ireat care after the recipe of l)r. Sam
uel njener, or Jiars., at the Laboratory ot
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AN UNRIVALED 1LLUSTRA
When PrRinxKK Issued its famous Hid
summer Holiday Number In July, alriendly
crltlo said of It I " We are not sure but that
ScRin.ia-K has touched htgh-wator m irk.
We do not see what worlds are left to it to
compter." Km the publishers do not con
sider tbat they have reached the ultima
tbuleof excellence they believe "there are
other worlds to conquer, and they propose
to conquer them."
Tbo prospectus for the new Volume gives
the titles ol more than fifty papers (mostly
Illustrated), by writers ol the highest merit,
t'nder the head of
we have "A Winter on the Nile," by Gen.
McClellan ; fcaunterlnga About Constanti
nople," by Charles Dudley Warner: "Out
of My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
ShuylerS "An American in Turklstan,"
etc. Three serial stories ure announced:
By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose storyof "Sevenoaks " ?avetue hlg
est satisfaction to the readers of the
The scene at this latest novel is laid on
the banks of the Hudson. The hero is a
youug man who has been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings," but who, by the
death ot his mother, In left alone in the
world to dtitt on the current of lite with
a fortune, but without a purpose.
Another serial, "His Inheritance." by
Miss Trafton, will begio on the completion
ol "That Lbm o' lxrle's," by Mrs. Hodg
son Huruett. Mrs. ISurnett's story, begun
In August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which have been a surprise to the public.
There ia to be a series of original and ex
quisitely Illustrated papers ol "1'opulai Sci
ence," by Mrs. lierriuk, each pater com
plete in itself.
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