$jWOMAN CXQKEAITH OFWOMAn
SVTHZEWlS THE HOPE CM
LYDIA g. PiNKHAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND: -
A Sore Care for all FEMAIiE WEAK
! NESSES, ; Including Xeucorrheea, Ir
regular and Painful. MenstrnatioM,
.'' inflammation and Ulceration of
the Womb Flooding, PRO
LAPSUS UTEKI &c.
- tWPietsant to the taste,' efficacious and immediate
In its effect It is a great help In pregnancy, and re
lieves pain during labor and at regular periods. ..
PlITSiaiSStlSBlT 1KPPBESCKIBB H FMELT. i
- tFoB aL WSaxxbssrs of tie generative organs
I either sex, It Is second to no remedy that has ever
been before the public; land for all diseases of the
Emms it Is the Greatest Bemedi . Worfct
tKIDNEY COMPIiAINTS of Either Sex
' ' Find Great Belief in Its Use.
LTDIA "E. PHTKHAM'8 BLOOB PtTRrFIEK
will eradicate-every vestige of Humors from the
Blood, at the same tune will give tone and strength to
the system. Aa marveilons in resulteaa the Compound.
laTBoth the Compound and Blood Purifier are pre
pared at 233 and 835 Western Avenue, Lynn, Hass.
Price of either, $1. Six bottles for $i The Compound
is sent by mail in the form of pills, or of locenges,on
receipt of price,! per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Enclose Scent ,
stamp. Send for pamphlet. Mention this Paper.
i- tTT.vi)iA JS. PrsxnAir's Lrvro Pnxa cure Constipa
tion, Biliousness and Torpidity of the liver. 26 cents.
49sold by all DruEgists."9.
At thi3, season, rations diseases of the
. bowels are prevalent, and many lives are
lost through lack of knowledge of a safe ""
an J sure lemetly. j Peery Dayis Pain
Killer i$ a sure dare for Diarrhoea, Dys
, cntery, Cholera, Cliolera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc, and is perfectly safe.
- ' Read the following: j. -. "',
i JUtnbriboe. N. Y., March 22, VSL
rsnsT D wis' Pad. KTf.T.ER uever fail to ajiord
lutuxi rcltty' for crump ancl pain m ttio Rtomacli.
1 i Joseph Btjbditt.
The very best mefiicras I know of for dysentery, ,s
Bho'ers morbus, and exumps in the Etomach. Have '
.- i : - 1 Julius w. Dee. .-.
I Mothgosa, Iowa. March 13, 188L
I have used your Path Kti.t.v.r in severe cases of -tramp,
coliUjand cholera morbua.andit gave almost "
isstaut relief. I : L.E. Gaidvell. .
. la my family. Have used it many times for bowel .
. DO!nulamts,andittZuaseurt. Would not feel safe
without a boUle in thonotise. i J. Rlvra. '
I - S aco. Me., Jan. 23, 1881s
Ha,venaed.PEHBY Davis' Pain Kuxkk for twelve i
p:iirs. It id ta'e, cure, and reliable. No mother
fekouldailowitlobeontof the family. u
)- i H. If NAHM. .
f Oneida, N.Y Feb. 1 188L1
Tie began using It over tlirty years ego, and it
-- r' ways gives immediate relief. Would hardly dare
to b'O to bed without a bottle in the QOU6P, ,
.-. -.. . --.- --!,: .,w. o. spEBBxr;,-'"
Noarly every family iu tliia section keeps a bottle
lu ilio houcov '-! Dn. E. Mobtom.
I - TT. R CoksuiAte,
CnETEi.ii, Ejtzskh PBU88iA.Feb. 8.188L
I have tcawn Pekbt Davis Pais Eiixeb almost
iroui the daf it was introduced, and after years of
observation: and use I regard Its presence in my
household as &n ixdispeiwahle neeesnty.
-i I. 8. Potter, U. B. ConsaL
- I Buiiton-on-Trbnt. Ehg.
I hf a ooeA eevciral -days suffering; severely from
(liurrtwpa, accompanied with intenge nam. when I
t c ni your Pats KTi.T.,T.and found ahnoet instant .
17. J. Nooin.
; S? 5TOSTA6UK ST.,L0KIK)N, EHO.
. cjip.era, ana never snow it to fan to give
.' v.ETo family can safely oe without this
. ."invaluablo remedy. Its price brings it
- rilliin ths reach of alL . ' ,
For sal by all Idruggists at 25a, 50c.
. and fl.00 per bottle.
DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
A'rovidence, Ji. JL
The feeble and emaciated, sufferine from dvs-'
pepsia or indigestion ; in any form, are advised,-
t me Banc ui lueir own ooany ana mental com-'
fort, to try Hpstetter's Stomach Bitters. Toadies
or tite most idelicate iconstitntion testify to its
harmless and its restorative properties-Jhy8i
triittn -everywhere, disgusted with the adulterated
liquors of commerce, prescribe it as. the safest
. nan most reiDie oi au stomachics. - -
Pot sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
jD.lD&Wtiyl : i. nrm suwe-fr
i For the relief and
cure of the distress
ing affliction take Sim
mons Liver ltegalator
Tm. x-ersons may avoid
V all attacks by occa
1 sionallv taking a dose
f til Simmons liver Re
2dRjf'! gulator to keeDtheli-
v i ver in neaitny action.
snoula not D8 regard fid a n tjnflinw oflmcnl- KTn.
ture demands the utmost regularity of the bow
els. "Therefore assist Nature by taking Simmons
jnivcr jtMSHuuttor, 11 is so mua and effectual-
V n. or .tw, taWespoonf nls will relieve an the
: muuuict iiiuiuent 10 a Diuous state, such as Nau
sea, Dizziness, Drowsiness; Distress after eating,
a bitter, bad taste in the mouth, " 5 .
' The Ec.fimlfttor will rtnolt.lvAlv on m i..n.i
disease. We assert emphatically what we know
f. ' ' " i , - ' - . -
ChUdren suffering with colio soon experience
. T, ucu oiuiuiuiis uvw mvigorator is aamtn
. istered. , . ...j .-.
; . eTTake .only the GENUINE, which-a1
has on the wrapper the red Z Trade Mark, and
signature by J. IX. ZEIXIN & CO. . ' ' "
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
feb 1 D&W?m - j nrm
' 1 ' '' . 1 r ' -
The Weekly -Star.
' THE ROSEBUD,
1 MOBTDC&B COIXIKB. VfT". ' '
O touch that rosebud I it' wilt biCon
Mrladrfair! - 'Z I "
-A passionate red in. dim green glQpm. ,
A joy. o spienaor, a penume,
-IThat sleeps in air : , a " u
You touched my heart; itve'a thrill v '
" Just like a rose, '
That opens "at a lady's will i .
Its bbom is always yours until
You bid it close. '
THE RECUPERATION OF
-"I" THE SOUTH.
In his address before the Senior;
Class of Trinity College, HjT. C, Dr.
Lafferty makes the following elo
quent recital of, the trials and tri
umphs of toe people of the South:
If -battle tested the pro wess of the
South, defeat tried them in the fur
nace. J The ; social and political - fab
ric tumbled to pieces. , The African:
from the rice swamp was ordered to'
put his, mnddy' foot on the neck of
scholars ancf statesmen. It was as if
a continent, with all' the fair works
of art and civilization; had suddenly i
sunk below the : sea level and the;
monsters and ooze of the ocean;' had
flowed in over all. ' Judas at homo
aud Barrabas - from abroad joined ;
hands and became the fiduciaries of :
the public purse and the protectors of
private right! - ! ; f - j
i ' When the war ended nothing sur--vived
in the war of property that wasr
not indestructible or uncontroverti-.
ble. The home necessities had
gleaned the field the enemy liad de-:
vastated even the stubble. The loss in -personal
property (leaving out the
slaves) was two billion twice the in-;
demnity France paid Prussia. J This
was two-thirds of all the property in
the South. In addition to this two
billion there must be added the
expense of 'the j Confederate! war,
(represented by Confederate bonds
and Confederate treasury notes,)
amounting to a hundred million.
This was lost. In addition to this
two billion and to this hundred mil
lion, the South was saddled with its
part of the United States' war ebtof
two billions and a half! And on the
top of these vast sums must be piled
fourteen millions of wnvate- bnliffa-
tions based on slave propertyj 1
And j worse. 1 he seed corn had
been ground in dire need. The last
ox had been eaten. The plough horse
had fallen under the Confederate sol
dier in the fight. Mills and instru
ments of industry had been burned.
lew have ever forgotten the rum
wrought on Prussia by the enemies
of Frederick." Macaulay paints it in
the most wof ul picture in modern
times, yet Frederick lost only ,1 1 1S
000 out of a population of 4,500,000.
The South lost 222,000 out of 15,000,
000. X The boys, the grandfathers
and the cripples were left to redeem
a land overwhelmed with industrial,
political ana nnanciai aesoiation.
W hat race that ; ever lived could
have risen ? The Greek never rose
to manhood after the Roman con
quest. It was living Greece no more.
The sons; of the men of Marathon
were slaves forever. The barbarian
broke the proud spirit of the Haughty
Koman. , . f , r .
In a single decade the South re
built her; burned altars, lustrated her
temples of justice and turned, the bal
ance of trade by her exports, and
made a United States bond as. good
as gold. , In ten years she f had re
gained political power in Congress
and prosperity in her homes. It is
a triumph of character, fortitude, pa
tience, industry, statesmanship - and
prime manhood over . adversity, with
out a parallel in all history.
; - An epigram of Emerson's has
just been made public in England,
which is said to have been written
impromptu in a lady's album,
"The man who has a thousand!; friends
Has not a friend to spare, .J ,
" But he who has one enemy - S - -
? Will meet him everywhere."' . -
We haven't the slightest doubt Ralph
wrote it down promptly enough, but
how many years he had been conning
it over in his mind before it assumed
this impromptu shape it i: would be
hard to tell.: We doubt all (epigrams
that are impromptu. They generally
exhale an odor that, when" analyzed,
will be found ; to consist in about
equal parts of benzine and kerosene
Richmond ( Yd.) State, Dem.
r -r Hon "I W.' M. EvartsJ Secrcta
ry of State under Mr. . Hayes, de
clared in 18J0, just as the country
i : I x . i
jvas ireyiumug w recover iituui uuau-;
cial ; depression ; t.xhe -first- great
truth to be learned by the jnanufac-5
: a i ' - .i . n
iurers ana worKingme is mat aays
of high wagesare gone. In the near
future the workihsmen of New York
cannot expect twice or -thrice the
wajres of . his ' fellow-woirkcrin Eu
rope, nor can the coal-miner of Penn
sylvania expect twice the I wages of
the Northumberland miner.'' In spite
of this , positive . declaration j from so
high, an authority, the protectionists
have been telling . the wovkinsrnien
that protection insures permanently
nign wages," '.Latterly; when - the
workingmen begin to strike for the
'permanently high wages" pled sred
by the barons in 1 880, the latter have
been pointing them to the ship-loads
of . foreign workingmen (who they
are in the habit of calling, contemp
tuously, "pauper labor") and tellinp
them that they ; can get all the labor
tney want at reduced prices. -Louis
viUe Courier-JournalSDem , v
- The literature of the Tractarian
movement will ''be immensely enriched by
Mr. Mozley's volumes of "Reminiscences,
which i in; an American edition has just
issued from the Riverside Press. It will
take rank with Cardinal Newman's '.'Apo
logia" and Rev, William Palmer's "Narra
tive of Events" in the history of the Tracts
ior me limes. ; i . . . .
h. r ,. .-yroia the Home Journal. ' :. 1
A Remarkable Discovery.
A REAL SKIII CUEE.
THXBX 18 OM.T ONI ' , '
C AND THAT .WITH SIMPLE NAME. :,
f. Beware of tmpostersrpirates,or any old articles .
which now suddenly claim to be the best.,' They
ilave been tried and found wanting,' while this has
been proved a remarkable success.'-
v. . JiO POMPOUS NAME. r ' .
Thi curative needs no pompous or ineotnpre
heusible title of Greek or Latin to sustain it, but
its simple English name appeals directly to the'
common tense of the people And the people
are signally manifesting their appreciation of this ,
frankness by selecting "and using Dr.. Benson's
Skis Cube in. preference to all. other professed
remedies.,.. ' v V . t
Dr. C W.' Benson has long been well " nown as
a 'successful physician and surgeon, and his life
study has been the diseases of the nervous sys
tem and of the skin; since he has been persuaded
to put his New Remedy and Favorite Prescrip
tion as a "Skin Cure" on the market, various
things hare sprung np Into' existence, or have,
woke np from the sleepy state in which they were
before, and now claim to be The Ortal Skin Cure.
"Beware of imitations, or the various art
cles which have been advertised for years or
struggled along, havnig no real hold or merit on
the public,that now endeavor to keep head above
water by advertising themselves as ."The Grea .
Skin Cure." None is genuine -and reliable except
Df. C. W.;Bensons Skin Cure. Each package and
bottle bears his likeness. Internal and external
remedy, two bottles in one package. Price $1.00, 4
get at your druggists.' t't ' . - .
BELIEF for all Overworked
. . . . CAUSE AND CUBll
Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills
are valuable for school 'children who suffer from
nervous headaches caused by an overworked
brain In their studies, and for all classes of hard
brain workers whose overtaxed nervous centres
' - - ..
need repair and sedation. Nervous tremor, weak-
ness, and paralysis are being daily cured by these
pills. They correct oostiveness, but are not pur
gative. Price, 50 cents per box; or six boxes for
$2.60. postage free, to any ..address. For sale by
all druggists. Depot, Baltimore, Md.; where the
Doctor 'can be addressed. - Letters of Inquiry
freely answered. " '
C. . N. CRLTrKNTON, New York, Is Wholesale
agent for Dr. C. W. Benson's remedies. .
eot 19 Deod&Wlm " we fr su ' nrm -.
The Public is requested carefully to notice the new
and enlarged Scheme to be drawn Monthly. ' . v
rCAPITAIi PBIZG, 975,OOO.J
TlcketonIy $5. Sbarca la proportion.
LdaisMa State lottery Copi.
IneorDorated in 1858 for 25 years bv the Legisla
ture for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital or $1.000.000 to which- a v reserve
fund of over $420,000 has since been added.
tsy an overwneimmg popular vote its rranchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 26 A. D. 1879.'
The only Loiter ever voted on and endorted bvthe
peopfe of any State. , ,
IT NKYEK SCALES OB POSTPONES.
ITS GRAND SINGLES NTTKBER DRAW INOS
TAKE PLACE MONTHLY.. . t
A SPIiENDtD ' OPPORTUNITY ; TO
WIN AFORTUNK SEVENTH GRAND DRAW-
1.NU, ULAbS , ATNBW ORLKANSw TUESDAY,
July 11, 188-X46tB MontUrDrawing.
' Look at the' follewlnir Sehm under
the exclusive supervision and management of ,
Gen. G. T. BE4VBE61R1K of t.a., and
Gen. JUB AL A. EARLY, of Vs.,
who manage all the drawings, of this Company,
both ordinary and aemi-annaal, and attest
the correctness of the pubjjshed Official Lists.
100,000 Ticket at Five PoUars
-' Fractions In Flftha In proportion. '.
' 'A h:i ;;-.' :: LIST ORPEIZES. -' - '':;
1 Capital Prize..;..
l capital raze.
- 1 Capital Prize... ........i
2 Prizes of $6000-... ...
5 Prizes of 3000..........
j 10 Prizes of '1000,.
- 20 Prizes of t 600.... ..iii
100 Prizes of - 800. ,
300 Prizes of?100 :
-600 Prizes of L 60.
ipOO Prizes of 25...k..
. ; g Approximation Prizes of $750... . ..
. 9 Approximation Prizes of 500
9 Approximation Prizes. of 4250....
1,967 Prizes; amounting to.....i....... $265,500
Applications for rates to Olubs should only be
made to the officoof the Company in New Orleans.
, For further information, write clearly, giving
full address. Send orders by. express or Regis
tered Letter or Money Order by mail. Addressed
omy ut .. : .3
-9I A. DAUPHIN,
4. . . ...
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orJtl. A. AUPHIW; SfvT'j-i.' ... k
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N. B. Orders addressed, to New Orleans will
: je.14 D2aw4w&W:-.;;::we sat 4 i
. -An imp:ti;Ci.iu4is-'
coy ery; by jwliich
.every family may
:gtye : theif4incn
.that beautiful (in-
I 'isli peculiar to fine
laundry work. '
: Ask yoor Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia, Pa.
- For sale. Wholesale and' Retail, By. ADRIAN-
a vuuliIskm, f. ij. BiuLujSKS s vu.- ana j. u.
stevxnson. tu th sa ap 6 Deod&Wly
. Popular Monthly Drawing of the -
; ,1." ; "'In the City of Louisville, "on :-
Friday, Jiilie;30, 1082.
. These , dra wings oeour monthly (Sundays ex
ceptedV under provisions of an act of the General
Assembly of Kentucky. ' .
The United States Circuit -Court on March 81st
rendered the following decisions:-' "
1st. THAT THE COMMONWEALTH DISTRI
BUTION COMPANY ISXEGAL. ,
2d. ITS DRAWINGS ARE FAIR.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
1 una. . iteaa me un 01 razes tor - - ; -
. THE' JUNB DRAWING: : '
1 Prize... "i. $30,000 -100 Prized $100 each $10,000
' X Prize. . ; . 10,000 200 Prizes 50 each .r 10,000
'1 Prize..:.. : E 600 --605 Prizes -20 eachV 12,000
10 Prizes $1000 10,000 tOOO Prizes : 10 each : 10,000
20 Prizes 600 10,000 - - ' - -
9 Prizes $300 each,; Approximation Prizes $2,700
9 Prizes .200 each,- r- , - " 1.800
9 Prizes- 100 each," . 90Q
1,960 Prizes. . . . - $112,400
' wnoie 'ncxeta, 11 an -ncxeiSj i. - . -27
Tickets, $50. - , 53 Tickets, $100.
Remit Money by Bank Draft in Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER. . Orders of
$5 and upward, by Express,1 can be sent at our
expense. Address all orders to R. M. BOARD
MAN, Courier-Journal Buildmgj) LOUISVILLE,
.y., or a. a.. nujLtwsa&ix, aw ifroaaway, 1,
tu th sa
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RELIOIO US MISCELLANY.
Tfcp. Rev: Wm. Hicks.; of t the
Holston Conference, died at Union 'Depot,
Tenn., May 29th. , '
On Sunday Righ Rev. Bishdp
J'-Ji'-Keane:-. administered the sacrament of
confirmation at SUMary's churcK Alexaii--
dria, to about .125 persons, of , whqra .thirty
were uuiuib. , -r;,..:, . . .3 v; ,.
The Rev. Ernest R."Wllberfprce,
the third son of the late Bishop' of Oxford, 1
how Canon of Winchester arfd Sub: Almo
ner to the Queeni has been appomtea totne
new see of Ifewcastle. , . ' - .
'The ill health , of Archbishop'
Perche, of .Louisiana, lias compelled his.
retirement- to the convent . of the , pacred
Heart, in St. James parish. His condition
is,oot promising of -an early recovery. ; ;
Bishop Halsey said to the .Con-i
ference of the African: Methodist Church: :
.We have little respect .for. grammar,: but
great respect for the ' gospel. 'To succeed
with us, one .-must - nave a ioua voice, ;ai-;
most enough to raise : the dead. .We sins:
lond and shout, but get true, religion.". j .
Rev. Charles Betts (ialloway is
to succeeed Bishon Parker-as editor 'of the
New' Orleans :. Christian Advocate, : Three
editors, of : that"' paper have v been . made (
bishops. If this: fact had " been generally :
known there might have been a scramble
for the place. Baleigh Advocate. v. 7VvX:" I
All the "'great irionumeDts of the
Church are represented in Our Bishops the
missionary cause, in the former missionary -
secretary, cisnop yv lison ; tne eaucationai .
interest, in one ofVanderhilt's professors,
Bishop Granberry; the Church press, in the
editor of the New Orleans Christian Advo
cate, Bishop Parker, and the intinrant work,
in one of the presidiB2''elders of - the Ten
nessee Conference; Bishop Hargrove. rifo-
leign Advocate. ; . .w-v. .-' . ' ''':;'.'.- .
The Bisnop of Limerick . being ;
in failing health his physician recently told
him it would be necessary for him to seek -
rest and change of air at Nice; The Bishop ,
positively declined to do so. ..Then said '
the doctor plainly: -'My Lord, -I tell you
candidly that your case is a mos serious
one; and if you do not go to Nice you must
very soon go to Heaven." -"Oh, well, in
that case," replied the bishop dismally, T
will go to Nice."-4.PSB Mall Oasette. '
POLITICAL JPOINTS. ;
Sorni day-the Egyptians will
take Egypt as the Dutch once took Holland
whv not let them take it now ? Flnrina-;
Jieia McpuMtcan, lnd. .fiep. . . ?;$t.-"i
. What'is to, be done with the sur
plus revenue from now until a Democratic
majority in the House reforms the whole ,
Business ? JSasliviue American, JJem.. , ;v i
The yeryUeast that the' Arthur
administration could do would be to send a
letter of farewell to that gifted Stalwnrt,the
Hon. Charles J.- Guileau. Atlanta Consti-',
tution, Dem. .i:;',;.;.:r-V-.;.:-' 'i-t'.''
What a' spectacle we have of
slaviahness, slave'driying slave, one slave a
little higher than the other, but still a slave
worst slave of all, the Boss slave owned
in Washington and permitted to come to
Virginia to drive more slaves into Stalwart
Radical pens! Richmond State, Dem -y
- The people are not attending
side-shows .this year iSo much as they were.
Neither the tattered .remnants of the bloody
shirt, nor the virginr simplicity Of an inde-
Eendent Sambo can turn the current , which
as set toward the broad and solid platform
of democratic reform through and by 'the
Democratic party. Boston Post, pern.
"The very essence of a free go-i
vernment,1 John u.) Calhoun, "consists in
considering! offices as public truststo be be-'
stowed for the good of the country, and not
for the benefit of an individual or a party;
and that system' of political morals which
regards offices to be used and enjoyed as
their proper spoils, strikes a fatal blow at
the very vitals of free institutions." r . .
; - Greensboro J'ario. .Randolph
is reaping' the heaviest harvest of wheat
and oats ever raised. Wheat ; is . fifty per
cent, pverfany crop ever grown pnor to
this, and oats are one hundred per cent
better than ever known before. Kax-;
bioh, June 15. Dr. J. J. Mott leaves here
to-day in response to a telegram to appear;
before Vance s investigating committee in
Washington to-morrow. , It is. said that
Vance' wilt subject him' to vigorous exami
nation, and some apprehension is expressed;
that it may result in a "personal . matter,
: ; Cures
in any stage,
.1 Old Sores, I
or any .
SKIN . .
CUBES. WHEN ALL 0THEE REM
EDIES FAIL ! !
If you; doubt, come to foe ns,; and we
will CUBETOTJ, ot charge
nothing ! ! !
"Write for particulars,' and a copy of
little book "Message to the Unfortu
Ask any prominent Druggist as to our
standing.- . ?
t81000 Reward will be paid ta any Che
mist who will find on analysis of one hundred bottles
of S.S. S. one particle of Mercury, Iodide of Potas
sium, or uny Mineral substance, .i 1
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Props," ,
(pbb bottle.) Atlanta, Go. ,
Price of Small Size, : - . . - - - - $1 .00
; Large - - - . - 1.75
. at Wholesale and
Retail, and by all Druggists.
jy o miumaa vy ly -
THB SAUK ACCOMPLISHED AND EXPKRI.
enced Corps of Teachers, which has distin
' ffuished this Institute for the last four years, will
continue its connexion therewith. In thorough
ness and high standard of instruction, hi comfor
table accommodations for boarding pupils, in se
curity against accidents from fire, in provision
for the sick by an infirmary under care of an ex
perienced lady intendant, this Institute is not
surpassed by any other in the Southern or Kiddle
States. Music and Art are specialties taught by
first-class artist and professors. : . - - . ,
No more healthy or accessible situation for a
school than Charlotte, N. C; it is on the main
trunk line from New Orleans to New York.
- Session extends from September 12th to June
tSth. ' . .
:-. For catalogue or particulars, address- the Prin
cipal, REV. WM. R. ATKINSON,
my ao 8towD&Wm sat wed Charlotte. N. C.
i 1-3 HEj
f rv 'Vt
A DICO H D EZR E D LIVER
; V IS THE DANE y
" of the present generation. It is for the
C Cure of this disease and its attendants,
EICX-HE AD ACHE, - EILIO USESS, DYS
, I'EFSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILE3, etc., that
TUTT'S FILLS have gained a world-wide
reputation. IJo Remedy has ever been
discovered that acta bo gently on the
" digestive organs, giving them vigor to aa
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Pall Session opens July 17th. 188 Y .,' ; -5
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but cured with only two bottles of A pepsia. Mr.
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was an old ohronlo ease of twenty years' stand
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Apepsia; been well over one year. Thousands of
similar testimonials can be seen at our office. I
refer with pleasure to the following gentlemen
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rat, Capt. George M. Weymonth, Price $1 per
bottle.. For sate by WILLIAM H GREEN and
all Druggists. - V. R STONE, M. D.,
mh 16 D&Wlv 219 Levant St.,- Philadelphia.
., HAWIKITAH KEKYIJTK .
Cured my little girl of fits. She was also deaf am'
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well as anybody. Fxtxr Boss, . Springwater. Wis.
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, . , - J. B. FucTonsB. Fort Collins. CoL
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Made a sure care of s case of fits for my son.
E. B. Balls, Hiatuville, Kan.
aAMARITAN NSRV1HE .
- Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia and sick headache.
Mr. Wm. Hknsok. Aurora, III.
, Was the means of curing my wife of spasms.
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Cured me of asthma, after spending over S3.003 with
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Effectually cured me of spasms.
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Cared me of scrofula after suffering for eight years.
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Cared my son of fits, after spending 2, 400 with other
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Cared me permanently of epileptic fits of s stubborn
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r SAMARITAN NERVINE ,
Cured my son of fits, after having had 2,500 in elghtera.
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- Miss Oblkha Mabshall, . - i
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Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of BMCJK vcars
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Has enred me of asthma; also scrofula of many, years-
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Cared me of flu. Have been well for over four years,
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' SAMARITAN NERVINE V
Cured a friend of mine who bad dyspepsia very badly
MionABLO'CovNOB. Bidgway, Fa. -
y SAMARITAN NERVINE
Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits -'
. . - David Tbcmblt, Des Moines, Iowra.
Cured my wife of epilepsy of as years standing.
. Hxnbt Clark Fairfield, Mich.
, . SAMARITAM NERVINE -
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the head.
" E. Gbahaji. North Hope, Pa.
. -A.MA.RITAN NERVINE -Cared
my son of fits. He has not had a fit for about
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' - ST. JOSEPH, MO.
IT. A. STEDIIAN, Jr.,
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