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NEWS SUPPLEMENT May 25, 1882.
mmmif It Will Positive ly Cure Sick Headache ! DYSPEPSIA. Tlio Peculator will V nncrt I'lniilmr- ically wliat we know to he true. CONSTIPATION Should not Ik! regarded an a trilling ailment. Nature demanda the utmost regularity of tin; bowel. Therefore. aHHiHt Nature hy taking Simmon Liver Kegulutor. U in harmltW, in i hi and elier-tnal. PILES. Helief is at IihihI for thorn- who KiiflVr day af ter day with Pilea. It hiiH cured hundreds and will cure you. MALARIA. IVi'Hoiih may avoid all attacks hy occardon ally taking a done of Simmons JJver Keulutor to kfep the liver in healthy action, BAD BREATH, generally arising from a disordered atonmch, can he corrected hy inking Simmims Liver lieKulator. JAUNDICE. HitninoiiH Liver 1 emulator kooii eradicates thin disease from the system, leaving the skin clear and fretdi from all impurities. COLIC. Children siiiTerint; with Colic noon experi ence relief when Simmons Liver Regulator it administered. .-idultH also derive reat bene fit from this medicine. Jt is not unpleasant; it in harmless and eilretive. l'urely vegetable. Caution. - -As there are a nninter f imita tions offered to the puttie, we would caution the community to buy no Simmons Liver Hetf ulator or Medicine nnhss in our engraved wrapper, with "lied Z" trade mark, stamp and signature unbroken. None other in genuine, J. H. ZKILLN A CO., MNCF.vTi:mS( Ci:siihth, SOLK PHOPIUE- TOKS. novlOyltitcnrmAco loir irk MM m li or i Mi. . HOUSEHOLD tVGRDS. " Fit ! trk H'nrnrTh, Ik.iI t: sfo, ptnhin :unl 1 ..1:i!t:t. I'"'!. Iviv linllv it'l l't ilfX-.-i.iu.il a.M I.U.T oi:.t.! Mil. i i.r-l-i-P1-i.i v- i n.- r I in." I-"-';-'? - ' I'or r.uii) ot tin I'l.Kl N A 111 iM -MU'riisi ' i'ln m1 hi lu.-iui v. el 'f. in ri-1.il ;;irsm.s, leu-. l'l.iliiNA.M KHnti I' ur hirlC I t.';i(l;iihc, Jiutll 111 UlO IfuU, iIl7.zliM'H mid Uiv hplriM, lulu; I'KlU N a. " Kcail una .-Only cur I k on the ' lll.iof 1.1 1 ;' 1 ful uw lis ti :u liiniMiin 1 lt) lutppv. "l.r.ili.-s. If vU Mi Mivm-ili, h.'allh, itita In .tin . hW)-.-t tuvuili, flu rrv lips inM m.v rlin k. t ike I'lir.sv ..-nrr ourlt ' i-'r i l,i i-uir i .it., I t (i, i .-.i- I -I'ility. aise i of tti.' i.'.v.t iii.il H tyke I'Kitl .NA," fhtNwSodM' VsKHtiX Ask mv aiui;-i. L lui i.m n i in. I n. Ihn " (lunf 1. 11.-. " S. It. li.M "in c, ui-liortt. ciitn. proprii-toiH. f;. v 11 uprbiyl I) p CI '11 busineHB now before the puhlii:. You iMlt 1 un IllHu mnM'V faster at work for im than at anything elst. Capital not needed. We will start you. 12 a duy and up wards made at home by the industrious. Men, women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to work for ii h. Now is the time. You can work in spare time only or give your whole time to the business, iou can live at home and do the work. No other business will pay you nearly aa well. No one can fail to make enormouM pay by engaging at once. Costly outlit and terms fiee. Money made fant, e-asily and honorably. Addrciw Thuk 4 Co.. Augusta, .Maine. dec'22yl The Amended Chinese Bill. We agree with Uie New York In- dependent in hoping that President Arthur will veto the second Anti- Chinese Hill as he did the first, though we fear he will not out of re- gard f r consistency, as the friends of the measure have taken care in the amended bi 1 to remove some of the principal objections of the Presi- dent to the former bill. One of thesewasits restriction of Chinese immigration for a period of twenty vears which the President thought )ears, wnicn me l rtsuicni mouni too long and recommended ten years, which is the period prescribed ' by the amended b 11. We hope, how- ever, that no mereregard for consis- tency will prevent the President from vetoing the bil , as it is wrong in principle, unworthy of the American jieople, and a disgrace to the civili zation of the age. Moreover it is not a Republican measure, a large majority of the Republicans in both Houses having voted against it, and it should not receive the sanction of a Republican President Change of Policy Towards Ireland. Mr. Gladstone, the British Pre- mier, has announced a change fif the ,rf !;.. f,....,, r,-l,J .......v... vinr.v. i.v..., and an attempt will be made to con- ciliate the Irish tenantry, by a pat- tial abandonment of coercive meas-j A large number of the pronii- nent Irish political prisoners have been released on bail, and it is given out that some important measures for the relief of the tenantry from their burdens of rent arrearages and debts, will soon be announced by the government. Mr. Forster, a promi nent member of tha British Cabinet, who has been strongly in favor of the policy of coercion in Ireland, has re- signed his seat in consequence of the and milder measures decided 'n,or. : rat o Kv-wv among the Irish people, and it is to upon. be hoped the new policy will be pro ductive of good results in restoring peace and prosperity to the Emerald Isle. The Doctor's Secret. Probably no new devolopinent will more surprise the public, than to learn the secret of success of certain leading physicians. When they have a difficult case of throat or lung disease that battles their scientific skill, they prescribe Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, having it disguised in a prescription bottle, with their own directions und name attach ed. The patient is cured, and they get the credit. 7 n'butie. Trial bottles free at Scjlicrt &. Co.'s Drag. Store. Large size tl'.OO The Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany issued orders to agents to sell Xl itrlfffc tn In trv i-atii-1 norcinr and station gateman are ordcred t pass to the trains no person under the influence of liquor. Rescued From Death. A, SSi XH7G iZTn with blf.edino of thk ldnos followed by "VZt W? 'j wiih admitted to the HHpitul. The doc- 'T ft? lml ? ,h,,le lnn ft" ,bi a hnlf dollnr. At one time ft report went nrouiid tlmt I wh dead. I pine up hope, lmt R f,'icn1 "1B of mi- WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOlt THE LUNGS. I got a bottle, when to my wirprise, I com- !"''pd ' f,;'1 belter-11,111 toy I feel bet- ter tliau for three ycarH past. "I write thiH hoping everyone afflicted 'iJ'Tiu'o l.'!1 t,lkf , WIL; IjIAM H ALL'S HA I.SAM, and h convinced that CONSUMPTION CAN BK CUHKD. I " Pitivcl.v wiy it has done more Kod tlmn all the other meilicineh I have taken Hinco my sickneHH." The air of London during a fog is found to contain a large excess of carbonic acid o'er the normal pro portion. A Word of Caution. As ih UMiially the case whero an article of true merit Iihk attained a world-wide reputa tion by itH wonderful reMiltH, an the cele brated Klectric liittci'H have done, certain unprincipled partiew have endeavored to imitate them, and expect to induce an un- Hiispectinn public to pm-chane their fraudu 1,'"t wareK. Ask your dniKKiHt for the ,,,,, Klectric Bittcra, that teed to cure, and take no Bey neri anil c;o. at ouc. are cuanin- othcr. Soltl Viy One hundred and thirty-five grave ures. yard insurance companies have been dissolved in Pennsylvania, ! W(! H1.e"Hln,n(,y "alJto Regard that person as tlio beat phvxicitui who does mont to alleviate human sutTcrin. Judged from thia standard, Mi'H. Lydia K. l'inkliam, 2X1 Western Ave., Lynn, Miihh. , is entitled to the front rank, for her Vegetable Com pound ia daily working wonderful curea in female diseases. Send for circular to tho above addrcsa. my2ow2 The Zuni Indians will be treated in an illustrated article which will ap- pear in Harper's Monthly for June. ' 1 lie name jeuuer liH'ans a iirawu lancet, ... ... ... , . . , , 'ItllTMllir III III 'III n IOILI IISOIIIM I11NCHH.. KI1I1 the name Harvey signifies the circulation of the blood. And the time is coming w hen the inline of Dr. David Kennedv will be in- t.i: 1..1.1. ,..1.1 it. II, a ii,l.i; t,.l,l with the purification of the blood, a deed only lers important than the discovery of its motion through the human body. This Dr. Kennedy accomplished by means of his new medicine, called "Favorite ltcmedy." Charles Otto Trevelyan has been made secretary for Ireland, in place of Lord Cavendish, assassinated. "All through advertising," remarked ex Mayor Gregory, to us as ho went home ward with a Viotlle of St. Jacobs Oil, "that I bought this. Your paper contains so many wonderful cures of course they are facts and so I thought I'd try a bottle for the rheumatism." Madimm (M7.) Lkiily Democrat.