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'E. A. Burnett. Cairo. Illllnols "
A Pastor Made Happy.
I have been greatly troubled with my
kidneys and liver over twenty years, and
during that entire time I was never free
from pain. My medical bills were enorm
ous, and I visited both the Hot and White
Springs, noted for the curearive qualities of
the water. I am happy to say I am now a
well man, and entirely as the result of
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
With such glorious results I am only too
glad to testify regarding the remedy which
ias made me so happy.
(Uev.) P. F. IIarkle.
Coal Run Crossing, Arkansas.
A Down Town Merchant having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of a suffering
child, and becoming convinced that Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup was just the
article needed, procured a supply tor the
child. On reaching home and acquainting
his wife with what he hnd done she re
fused to have it administered to the child
as she was strongly in favor of Ilonioe
pathiy. That night the child passed in
suffering, and the parents without sleep.
Returning home the day following, the
father found the baby still worse; and
while contemplating another sleepless
night, the mother stepped from the room
to attend to some domestic duties, and left
the father with the child. During her ab
sence he administered a portion of the
Soothing Syrup to the baby and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
the little fellow awoke in the morning
bright and happy. The mother was de
lighted with the sudden and wonderful
change, and although at first offended at the
deception practiced upon her, 1ms contin
ued to use the the Syrup, and suffering cry
ing babies and restless nights have disap
peared. A single trial af the Syrup never
yet failed to relieve the baby, and over
come the prejudices of the mother. Sold
by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle. (0)
Leopold Shekel, 201 Shumway street,
!N. V., says he has used Dr. Thomas' Eclec
tric Oil in his family for coughs and colds,
and that it is the best thing he ever knew.
Sold by Paul G. Schuh.
If there ever was a specific tor any one
complaint, then Carter's Little Liver Pills
are a specific, lor headache and every
woman should know this. Only one pill a
Chas. L. Rossiter. 195 Summit street,
Toledo, Ohio, says: I would not take one
thousand dollars for my Excelsior Kidney
Pad, if I could not get another. I have
gained in three months thirty pounds. See
It is said that some of the alkaloids
which enter Into the combination of Fel
low's llypophosphitics, are extracted from
trees which attain to a great age, and that
this fact suggested to Mr. Fellow the idea
of their employment. Whether the success
of the preparation is due to this, we are not
prepared to say, but the idea is a good one.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen the community is flooded
with bo many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious are the propric
torj of Dr. King's New Discovery lor the
Consumption ot the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. Tlii certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
seas the remarkable curative powers claimed
Dr. Kings iSew Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of the throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on lieo. t.. o llara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottlo free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,l .00.(1)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and Indiscretions of youth.ncrvous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
tna a recipo that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Mrs. W. N. Palmer, 140 Morgan street,
Buffalo, N. Y., writes: My child was
taken February 1st with Croup in its
severest lorm, and Dr. Thomas1 Eclcctrlc
Oil being the only remedy at hand, I began
giving it according to directions and found
it gave immediate relief. I gave three (!))
tUm and tho child rested well the re
mainder of the night. I have used it in
my family for norno tiino with complete
Bccetf. Sold by Paul U. Schuh.
The EartitN M.i?:itl ri.
The great physical j,rol'!rm of terres
trial magiK'Usiu lias oii,iren mo muni
tion of Humorous physicists lately, and
it in well known that several ingenious
solutions of it have been propounded.
IVofensoiN Avrion ami IVrrv for exam
ple, coneeived the happy thought thai
mo eariii w as enargeu wmi uuic nre
trieity, whieh being earned round on
the Mirfaco by the diurnal rotation,
8"ted like a circulating current and
magnetized the core. A severe blow
was dealt to this hypothesis, however,
by the mathematical criticism of Pro
fessor Rowland, who pointed) out that
the surface charge required wa- compe
tent to seud a spark from earth to
moon. A theory based upon mo exist
ence of electric currents flowing in the
atmosphere around the earth was pro
mulgated later; and now, says Engin
eering, we have nnotner supposition,
whieh has a better claim to serious at
tention than any of the rest, because it
U supported by direct experiment.
Starting from the idea of M. Edhind
that an electric current is really an
ether current flowing in the circuit,
and that electrostatic effecLs are due to
rarefactions and condensations of the
ether, M. Selini Lemstrom considered
that ha might produce this ether cur
rent by mechanical action. He there
fore made a paper tube having two con
centric walls and mounted on an axle.
A core of soft iron was placed within
the tube, and on rotating the latter the
core was found to be magnetic, as dem
onstrated by two line astatic needles. Re
versing the rotation reversed the mag-
netic poles; and Al. Lemstrom coneiunes
that the relative motion of the ether in
the revolvimr tube and the stationary
core was the causo of the polarity. It
follows that if the tube be stationary
and the core revolved a similar cfleet
will be produced; and hence if a mag
netic body like earth be rapidly rotated
round its axis in an insulating medium
like the air, it will exhibit magnetism.
Pursuing this idea into mathematics,
AL Lemstrom arrives at an expression
for the magnetic moment of the earth
which agrees very well with the for
mula of Gauss.
Our Form of Dress.
How did we come to possess our pres
ent form of dress? This is one of the
many questions answered by a reviewer
in the Xature. Clothing at first was
almost entirely ornamental. The ex
ceptions were such articles as Dens
from which instruments oi various
kinds could be suspended so as to be
ready for use while the hands were left
free." A savage does not enjoy the lux
ury of a pocket- Even at tlie present
day a Japanese has to sling his tobacco
pipe and pouch from his belt, and the
only pockets he has are in his sleeves.
Ihe simple cincture was me germ, so
to Fpeak, of the clothing we wear. Af
ter some time a bunch of pandanus
slips was added in front, cm this was
gradually extenuea until it maae a
complete fringe around the body.
hen the arts become so lar auvanceu
that man could make paper cloth or
some woven material, these latter sub
stituted for the primitive fringe, and
the kilt was thus developed. Curiously
enough the dress of the Scottisch High
landers embodies these two stages of
progress in the kilt and the sporan. As
man advanced there were inconvenien
ces attending the use of the kilt, whieh
were abated by fastening that garment
at one point between the legs, and tlie
human mind was then fairly set upon
the path to arrive at the attainment of
a pair of trousers. When the back and
shoulders needed protection, the savage
used the skin of some animal, and it is
from this sort of covering for the upper
part of the body that we have derived
our coats, vests, shirts, etc. But the
ancient cloak form is even yet retained,
not only by such people as Zulu chiefs,
but in all robes of ceremony by dignit
aries of court and college of the most
highly civilized nations on the face of
the earth. The elaborate and varied
head coverings of the present day all
sprang from a very simple, original
typo. ., ...
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The Window Garden,
Vines for the windows are now the
fashion for all who are fond of winter
gardening. If the window is sunny,
there is no limit to the flowers that may
be had from Christmas until spring.
With two niaurandias, dwarf nastur
tium or trapaclum as it is called, an
English ivy, and a vigorous plant of
German ivy, or senceio seandens, any
one can make a screen for the window
more beautiful than any Raphael or De
Vinci ever designed, for this is the per
fect original of their defective repre
sentation. The vines should be at the
end of the box, so as to be trained on
the sides and over tho top of the win
dow frame. Then close to the glass,
for, true to its name it loves the sun,
put a heliotrope or two; a trailing win
ter blossoming fuschia, a scarlet gera
nium, and for the sake of a contrast a
white one, whoso blossoms have a
bright eye in the center. Do not bo
afraid of crowding the plants, but sow
mignonnetto and sweet aslyssum seed,
as well as the tiny ones of linariu cym
balaria or coliseum ivy. If intending
to have but one box, do not forget a
plant or two of tho neat, handsomely
marked petunia, for they will give a
mass of flowers from the first week of
blooming until put out in the garden
in the spring, bellow myrtle and the
plant commonly called wandering Jew
and lee plant, U9 well as a variety of
saxifrage known as beefsteak gerani
um, may be made to droop over the
front of the box, nnd their grneeful
sprays will reach even to the floor.
Potatoes for Animals.
A writer upon this subject lias said
that "potatoes in tho raw state ought
never to bo given to animals, with tho
exception of sheep and geese. ' It is
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it iroosu win inrivo neuer, nun
the flesh will be more gratefully flavor
ed, niton raw potatoes, sliced, than up
on any other article; whilo sheep will
more speedily thrive on raw potatoes
than on turnips; but, and especially In
mo oeginning, raw potatoes will scour
cattle and horses, and not unfrequent
ly cause death, whilo there is no danger
of either from boiled or steamed pota
toes." It may be true that they are ex
cellent fur geese, and that they are ex
cellent for sheep is well know n; of alt
niilinitls the sheep likes a changn from
dry to green food In the shape of roots
and that they should thrive upon them
better than the turnip, for thu reason
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1830.
that, according to tables, tho potato
contains a larger lat suostanco una
flesh-producing element than tho turn
ip. Thus a fair product is 200 bushels,
or 12,000 pounds of potatoes, from an
acre, which are estimated to contain
'.'tilO pounds of material for tho an
imal system, whilo tho average
yield 'of rutabagas of 20,000 pounds
contain only 1440 pounds; and a simi
lar yield of "turnips but 1400 pounds; so
that relatively to each other they stand
as potatoes 2640, rutabagas, 1140, and
the turnip 840, a littlo better thau a third
the relative feeding value.
Tho chief advantage is obtainod in
feeding to maturo animals; if bony
structure is to bo formed, tho turnip is
fully equal to the potato. That an ex
cess of potatoes feu to cattle and horses
produce ill results cannot bo doubted,
if tho diet was exclusively potatoes; but
that a small quantity, fed with dry hay,
produces injurious results, is unsuppos
able. The boiling or steaming which
generally means an addition of more or
less mild feed would bo much moro
satisfactory. The same writer also
says: "Pigs will not always eat, and
never can bo fattened mpon raw pota
toes, while, if they are boiled, next to
boiled peas, perhaps, will bring them
to the greatest weight they are capable
of attaining, and to greater Perfection
than anything else that may be contin
uously used with safety, admitting that
three to four weeks' feeding upon corn,
oats or barley is necessary to make tho
pork firm, mid impart flavor."
This is directly contrary to tho expe
rience of a successful pork raiser that
always estimated the value of potatoes
nd finr hushi-ls to one of corn, and al
ways fed them raw, for the reason that
he obtained more satisfactory resujW.
n , j-p t 3
Mr. Lincoln used to tell a story about
a big Hoosier who came to Washington,
during the war, and called upon a
street Arab for a shine. Looking at
the tremendous boots before him, he
called out to a brother shiner across the
street: "Come over and help. Jimmy,
I've got an army contract."
Stories of the Dumas.
Tt was durincthe successful Period of
the drama of Henry III., one day, that
Mile. Mars was receiving friends ami
admirers, Dumas, the elder, presented
her with a beautiful satin-bound copy
of the drama, and an old doctor who
was present, exclaimed rather simply:
"no you are a trageciv-maKer, joiing
man! "ies, replica inimas, "just,
like you; the only difference is that you
have yours bouud in deal."
Lnimas was a great inenu oi atom s
who was so devoted to Louis Philippe's
family that he followed them into exile.
On hearing of his death, "Poor fellow,"
said Dumas, "and how did that hap
pen?" "At dinner; the water they had
to drink was very bad; .the princes
were all sick, but atout died." "The
courtier!" said Dumas with a smile.
Reing present one evening with
George Sand at the first performance
of an execrable piece, he was convers
ing loudly with her, when a bourgeois,
seated iu'front of them, turned round
aud sharply requested them to be quiet.
"What, exclaimed Jjumas, "you
have the good luck to hear George Sand
ami Alexander Dumas conversing to
gether, and you are not satisfied!"
Dumas was a very powenui man anu
rather proud of his physical strength.
His father, Gen. Dumas, Marquis de la
raulerie, notihed his birth to tren.
llmne in tho following terms: "My
wife has just presented me with a boy,
eighteen inches long and weighing ten
pounds and a half. If he keeps on like
that at 25 he will be no pigmy." The
father was also a man of great strength
whose feats were renowned in the rec
ords of the French army. An engrav
ing of the time, now In the hands of
Dumas, Jr., represents him alone on
the Drixen bridge holding in check a
body of Austrians, killing three, wound
ing eight, and causing me others to re-
treat. The marquis was a mulatto; be
ing one evening at the theatre in a box
with a lady, a young coxcomb entered,
and offered to see her home after the
play. "Thanks," said the lady, point
ing" to the general, "I am with this gen
tleman." "Indeed," exclaimed the
young man, sneering, "I took him for
your servant." He had no sooner ut
tered this piece of impertinence than
the general took hold of him by the col-
iar, ana inung nun iikc a leauier,
threw him on tho stage.
His grandson, the present academi
cian, is a chip oi the old diock, oi ex
traordinary physical strength, and
most adroit in all athletic exercises,
which, as every one knows, does not
prevent him from being as witty as his
father. Somebody speaking of Alex
ander Dumas to his son was saving one
day: "After all, vour father has some
times written inferior works, but ho
never wrote tiresome ones." "It was
through selfishness," replied the son,
they would have bored him first."
Dumas, the elder, had a weakness for
placing himself and hi.s friends, ut tho
service of every new acquaintance he
Once upon a time he sent to a friend
an ornament of the swell mob, as it af
terwards appeared, with one of the
most gushing of letters of introduction.
"Throw wide open to him the doors of
your house and your heart; treat him as
you would nie," and so on.
Shortly afterwards Dumas encount
ered his friend, who was decidedly frig
id, and on his demanding an explana
tion of this coolness his friend said,
"Don't you remember sending mo a
gentleman with a very enthusiastic let
ter of introduction!"
"Yes, yes; line fellow real heart of
frold-Jull of wit charming conipun
"Yes, I dare say; but he slolo my
watch from oil' the malltlepiece.,
'What? Vour watch, iwf
A miner nad a wondcnul rido In a
tin pan in Colorado. Reing at tho ton
of a mountain, and desiring to get to
the bottom of the valley, ho knew that
a tedious and eircititoiw walk of llfteun
miles was necessary by tho ordinary
route, while tho distance straight down
the snow-covered Incline was only three
Ho had such a pan (is miners use In
washing out gold. Squatting down In
this, away lie went, luster unit faster,
until tho solder of the vehicle was melt
ed by friction, and ho was almost Insen
slble from lack of breath, lint tho trip
was qulokly over without any mishap,
aoid tho passenger now declares that
ne enjoyed it.
AN INTERESTING' LETTER.
IT KIN08 OK A 0 HATEFUL HEART AND CIVE8
HONOR WHERE HONOR IS DUE.
Mr. S. W. Capps, of Scottsvillc, Macoupin
county, 111., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1880, to Dr. Swayne & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'AU-healig Ointment,'
having had the Itching Piles for about
tweuty-thrco years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
havo paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying ono
thwusand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed mo almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and the
only relict was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, ami
will recommend it to ono and all ns such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by nil druggists.
Is it not extraordinary that the first thing
in a Hoot is the "Last," and the first thing
in the world to cure Dyspepia and Rilious
complaints is Spring RlossomJ
Hail to the chief ninoni? nulmonarv rem-
edies, Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, used ex
ternally and internally. This grand
preparation annihilates cough, colds, rheu
matism, ucuralgia, lameness, piles, kidney
troubles, and remedies sores, cuts,
burns, boils, warts and corns. Its cures
arc attended by the amplest and most posi
tive testimony, Sold by Pall G. Snivn.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neive Diseases,
All h!s stopped tree. icnu to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pt-nn.
(.'owns. '"Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial a flec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor,
They are not new and untiied, but, having
been tested bv wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches'' act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
trom cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Coven, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
45 Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prcpara.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
tlie impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C McLane and Fleming Eros.
I Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
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1'er month, during Fall aud Winter, In every
county, liitercntlng aud vitluiiblu Informa
tion, with full pnrtinilarn, frue. Addrena ut
ouce, J. C. Mit'L'RUY ii CO., Chlcnuo, 111.
T-oweat price pvir known
on iimM'a i.onili-r,
Itlllr, and Ht'voltfra,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
I al Kreatly reduced price.
Heiicl niuiiin for our New
r.IWELL&S0N,23tMiiiii BUuut. UNU.NXAH.O.
W A TTT7Ti AOENTS FOR THE
ViViN LXjUd JUT K CT IVK8 OF
Europe and America
New ninl vcrv Attractive Styles are now ready
llent cabinet or I'arlor orL'an In
the world, w iiiners of bluheM din
Unction at every treat W'orld'a
Exhibition for thirteen yearn.
1'rlcen. Ml , $57, 8MJ, JM, $lu to
(juarter and up-
ward. Catalogue free. MAM)!
& Hamlin Oa-nn CO., 1M Tru
moutntreet. Ilimtnn : lii Runt t.lih
ntruet. (Cnion SijUHre.) New York, 14U Wabanh
A brilliant book, fanclnatlnir in ntylc. pnre In
liuiL'tiane. endorned by tihynlrian everywhere. An
elaborate exposition of thu l'hvnicai I.lfu of Man
unu wiiiuoL, .iL-i:nuiiv iiriuivu unu luuy innmrai
cd. Extraordinary iniliicenieim to Amenta. Ad
drenn JONES ilROTHERH A CO.. Chicago, 111.
"T"l " Y'oumelvcry making inou
ll IJ I I J' -v when a t'oldi n chance la
li I I J I 1 I oir,red, thereby alwayt
II I k I J I keeping poverty from yoar
dour. Thone who alwayi
tuke advHiitu'.'e of the cood
cbancfnfor making money that are offered, tceueral
ly become weu! thy. while thoe w ho do not Im
prove nucb chiincef remain In poverty. We want
many men. women, bovn and iflrla to do work for u
rlchtlu their own localities The bnninena will
pay more than ten timea ordinary wai-a. We
furninban expeanennive outfit and all that you
need free. No one who encage fall to make
money rapidly. You ran devote your w hole time
to tho work, or only your apare momenta. Full
information and all that In needed nent free. Ad
drenn STINSON & CO., Portland. Maine,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Manulacturer and dealer in Cuitom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
fctoek of Custom
Maile Hoots ami
Shoes for Hoj s'and
Men's wear to lie
fountl in the city.
Xo other shop can
compare with it.
N. B Ail work warranted, and Repairing neatly
done on nbuit notice.
1'iirlitli Qf Between Commercial and
illllll Ol., Wanhintion Aye.
gOOTS AND SHOES.
All Sorts, Style and Size at
C. K O C H'S,
Manufacturer and dealer
In the fluent Ihnd-Sewed and Pegged Boots and
Shoes of all the latent rtylen, from tho bent
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer!. Han the largent and bent selected
mock to be found lu the city fur
Men's, Boys', Indies' and Children's
wear, at the lowent ponib)c price!. Alwayi on hand
a complete stock of leather and tludlng.8.
Rubbers, etc., etc.
Z: : Cairo, 111.
Bet. Fifth and Sixth
G HAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE,
TRADE MARK.The Great English TRADE MARK
Hcmcdy, an un
failing cure for
Hemlnul Weak liens
Inipotcticy. and all
dlneanea that fol
low as a connu
qiicltce of eelf
t f .m ij aoime; un ion oi.
lannllndo, palp "u tho hack. dlm-Afrgy TaViniT
nenn ofvininn. nrematuru old aire. M '"fan
jHJiuro ItUUllKuif morv. nnlveina
aud many other dineane that lead to lnnanltyor
connntnpilon and a nrematuru grave.
Full particulars in our pamphlet, which wo de
sire to send free by iall to every one. Thuape
clHc medicine Is sold bv all druggists at f 1 per
package, six for $!. or will bo nent free by mall on
receiptor tho montey by addressing Til E OHaY
MEDICINE CO., No. 8 Mechanics block, Detroit
Mich. Hold in Cairo 'by Barcluy Broi., I'anl O
Schuh and Geo. K. O'llarn.
virtue of an execution lnnticd out or the
' niltca of tlm circuit court or Alexander
county, nnd ntato of Illinois, and to mo directed,
whereby 1 am commanded to make the amount of
curtain Judgment recently obtained against Jamos
C. Kankln, In favor of the Southwestern In
surance Company, for use of John Harmon,
rucelver.out of the lundn, tenemunts. goods and
chatties of the said James C. Rankin, I have levied
on the following described property, to-wlt: Lots
nitmuern 1 twenty-flvo ), twenty-six (2(1), twenty
seven Off) and twmitv-elght (SS), 1" Cairo Hldgo
Association's snbdlvlnion or block numbered
four (4) In thu third addition to the city ot Cairo,
Illinois, Therefore, according to said command.
I nball expose for nulo at public nuction, all tho
right, tltlu aud Interest of tho above named James
C. Rankin In and to the abovo described property,
at IS o'clock, a, m ., on Thursday tho ilth day of De
cember, 1SH0, at the westerly door of the court
honno In Ctilro, Illinois,
Dated at Culro, Illinois, this tfllh dnv of Novctn
bjr. 1HU0. JOHN HODGES.
Sheriff Alexander County,
fn in ii
2.'i yenrn experience in thu Secret Service cf Cele
brated Detective. In all part of the world. WO
octavo pace. 40 full enirruvlnir. Aln lu
prenntwonew illimtrated book. Extra induce
ment offered. KortermnaddrennJ.il, Ilt'KR Js
CO., Hurtfora, Ct., or Chicago, 111b.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, iot Merely Relieveu
And Can Prove What we Claim.
pyTheru are no failures and no disappoint
ments, if you nru troubled wllh SICK HEAD
ACHE you can bu ea-nily and quickly cured, as
hundred have beeu already. We nhall be pleuseu
to mail a sheet of tcnllnuniluis to uny Inierente.l.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also enre all forms or Illliounnesn. prevent CoesM
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from loo hearty eating, correct Disorder!
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
the Bowels. They do nil this by tuklnu Junl one
littlo pill at a done. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and are an neurly perfect aa
It Is possible for a pill to be. Trice a celts, B for
$1. Sold bv druggists everywhere or nent by mall.
CARTER .MEDICINE CO.. ERIE, I'A.
LLOYD & McKEAX
3 WALI STREKT, .NEW YORK.
We buy and sell at current rati:
I. 8. Government Ilouds"
l entral l'sclflc Land (.rant Honda.
Central Pacific Kirt Mortgage t.old Iionfs.
California and Oregon
rau Joaquin alley
Southern Pacillc of Cal.
Co. liocds and bond
and stock serin and coutions.
We have for sale I lie Cbcnapcake & Ohio Serie
A" per rent. Roods, at Wiand inn rent.
We buy and sell on omminnion the necurlties
dealt lu at the Stock Exchaugo. and make ad
vances thereon to responsible partle..
We also buy nd sell on commission all ciannes
of secnrltlen not qnotsd at the Slotk Exchange.
"o rcieive ueponus ana allow luercnt on dully bal-
a n n n a y ear
f J I I I ene. Outfit
V o. VICKERY.
and expenses to
free Address. V.
Elegant C'hromo Cards. Xew Stvli s. 10c A ..-m.
wanted. L. JONES A CO., Nassau, S. Y.
THIEVES and DETECTIVES.
The most thrilling, exrltlre. fc!iiili r. hrwir
ev r wiiUen. Taken from nrlate rt'corun r.vfr
before publish, d. Sketch f the Authi r. the
(freatent living Detective. Thrilling llluntrallons
BV ALLAN PINKERTOX.
Low In Drice. No rnmnelltlnn.
Outsc! i all
other book Mi sold tmniedlattly.
T( r A fiFX'Tit 1 hubneriatiou only. Applvat
,A Y 1,J -Ja' - once for terms and territory
O. W . CARLETON Si CO.. Publisher. N. V. City
J.ESTEY& C2 BflunxBORC Vz
TJOLLER'S Til' COD-LIVER Oil 1
Js rwrfwily pum. Prononncf.l th bi tijih Hiss-
uiediril niiilumliva in inr w.il l l.n. u ii:j ui
awnr-Ui I '4 Wori.i'. Ejpio..T. n-l l Kirn
Hold bj bi.u. W B. KKIEFfELlN CO H I
M irvtunu twcf-ii,
lnass Perrvif ReitorsdJ
DR. KLINE 8GREAT
rrr.n rr.- '-.'17 "M.Ly"5i
lsi Linn If tiurn u dln-ctfd. A'i Fill afi.-r
bril.itt-'ani T,..llu , m.rlftl k... .a.
IruM fit i'. FniLtmi n m,l w iA.f,,,
itiiirnta,thev iisrUKeipn-SFSKe. Hnd cam
H. 0. and exprnnn ait.ireM lo Da. KMXX.i l
Arch hUi'biUucliikla, i'a. OuvruKijultlrivju.
"J?5?t medMnoa. ALLA1TB 80I,tTir.E MEHf.
CATHU Uol UlEii. Ulcoled Oclolr Id, ir.i.
No. 1 will care any rase In fnnr dars, or Issn.
ho. 2 will euro the most ohnUuate cue. an waiter
f liow longsundlnir.
Nontttseoua doses or enbebs, eopalhs or oil of
fcniUlwood, that r eerUin to produce dynri;ni
ly detirnyinir the eoatlnin or the ni..mrb. N
syringes or anirlngent Injection! to produce oilier
Price tisO. bOI.U BT ALL DRUGGISTS, or
mailed o recetit of price.
For fir her particulars send for circular.
P-0.1 .xlSii. J. C. ALLAN CO,M John6tret,
W! ufler 3(0 reward ror any car i they will not
4ukx,safe and sure core.
address will receive some
thing tYee bu Mail, that
may prove tnestepping-stone to a me or saccsnn.
Ills especially adapted to those who have reached
tlie foot of the hill. Address M. YOUNU, 173
Ureenwich Street, Ke York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK;
I OH, RKCII'KS AND FACTO fOR THE MILLION ,
lnlli)wnublt lo Faruwn. f.etunlri, M.rrhftnti, PrnfMilgotli,
ailil.nl., or th 8irb, Itlillluwd, DIuMnl, Hum.krrntn,
txtmi. S-lm. Cop. r. AOdmJ.lLMuhKLH,
141 SutiUi kill 8lr..l, BMoklfii. N. T.
Owpcrln Holiday Edition..
1V iTini: lea. Gill
bound aud Ulastra.
ted. sent as a Irem-
iura to Bubacril'rnt
HLY. at tl per
Bamnlo free. M.
JUm Pab, Co.,aaffcmt23th Street, N. Y. City.
J'OeUifO on book 30 cents; registered mull,
To Ncrvons StifTcrers-Tlio Cirat Enroiietin Rpui
edv-Dr, J. R. Hliiipsou'aSiieolllc MciUelm'.
Dr. J.B. Simpson's Speclllc Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for (Spermatorrhea, Inipotency, Wenkncn!
and all diseases result lug from Kolf-Abuso. as Ier
vous Debility, Irrltitblllty, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lasnltudu, Deprennion ofHplrltsand functional de
rangements of tho Nervous System generally Pains
in Hack or Side, Loss of Memory, premature Old
ygo nun oisease
t n ill lead tn I'on
ty aud an early
grave, or both.
No matter how
system may be
from excesses of
nnu 1, I ., I u .hnd
all niuu, u " . i , .
.1.1 . L1I ..... l.tut I'llltli.
COIirnu UI mm iiimin.iuu will irntmu ,u. . "
tlous and procure health and happiness, where be
fore was despondency and gloom . The Hpoclfio
Medicine Is being used with wonderful euc
Pamphlets sent frco to all. Write for thorn and
get full particulars, ,
Price. Spculile. $10 pur package, or Hx pack
age for gn.no. Will ho sent by mull on receipt of
money. Address all orders,
,1. H. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
Nos. Ki snd UK) Main Bt Unflulo, N. Y.
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