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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1880.
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FACTS TIIAT WE KNOW.
If you are Buffering with a severe Couli,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Dr. King's New Discovery w:1! give you
immediate relief. Wo know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had faileST. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Nowtogivo you satis
factory proof that Dr. Kino's New Discov
sry will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Iloarsness, or any Throat 1 1
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E.
O'llara's drug store.Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle frco of cost, or a regular si zo
bottle for $1.00 (2)
Is it not extraordinary tTat the first thing
in a Boot is the "Last," and the first thing
in the world to cure Dyspcpia nnd Bilious
onpliiints is Spring Blossom?
Corona. "Browns Bronchial Troches
are used with advantago to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the ago.
TnE TnnOAT. "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 tono when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Cocon, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurablo 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.
Leopold Spiedex, 201 Shumway street,
X. Y., says he has used Dr. Thomas' Eclec
trie Oil in his family for coughs nnd colds,
and that it is the best thing he ever knew.
Sold by Paul G. Bchuh.
Whooping cough is successfully treat
ed by separating the patents beyond hear
ing distance of each other, and by the em
ployment of Fellows' HypophoBphitcs.
Whooping cought is a nervous disease of
so sympathetic a nature that a paroxysm
aay be produced in one susceptible by
simply hearing the cough of another person.
The above named treatment has been found
L. B. Smith, of Faribault, Minn., says
1 am still wearing an "Only Lung Pad,"
sad it has helped me; I intend to have
another of extra strength soon. See Adv.
who is Airs. Winblow. As this ques
tion is frequently asked, we wilt - simply
say that she is a lady who, for upwards of
. i a . ; l i . i t .
lumy years iias untiringly ucvoicu ncr time
and talents as a female physician and
nurse, principally among children. She
kas especially studied tho constiution and
wants of this numerous class, and, as a re
sult of this effort, and practiul knowledge-
tfdltuinnd in n lifottmn ennnt aa nurati uiwl
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
flyrup, for childnen teething. It operates
hke magic giviog rest and health, and is
moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this artclo Mrs. Winslow
,i hirnm!ni wnrlrl.rpnnu.nfvl qq linnntnrfnr
f her race; children certainly do rise up and
-less ner; especially is tins tno
ase in this city. V ast quantities of tho
Soothing Syrup n.
j daily sold and used
ere. We think
talized her name
and we sincerely
rs. V inslow has lmmor
iy this invalublo article
clieve thousands of chil-
ren have been m d from an early grave bo
' its timely use, arm Hint millions yet unbor
will share its benefits, a id unite in calliny
her blessed. No mod er has dischargen
her duty to her suffering little one, in our
pinion, until she has given it the benefit of
. Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup. Try it
! saotbers try it now. Ladies' Visitor,
Hew York city. Sold by ell druggists. 25
Mtfl a bottle. -.,1 (1)
Discovery of lea Cream. J
It was In Lactl.i, nnd the king of tho
country won Midi a grand king that he
wore lii gold crown even at night,
though it mndo tho worst kind of a
night-cup. Tho wise men of Laetla
said tho crown must never come off,
nnd il wa.s these wiso men nnd tho
jirincH who formed a conspiracy against
tho king, ending in tho discovery of ice
cream. But the kiug lived well, grow
ing fat and jolly, until his son, tho
pnnoc, became unruly. Then tho king
grew so thin that ho had to use a piece
of paper doubled up insidoof his crown
to prevent it from slipping down over
Tho wiso men said: 'We'll mako a
plan to reform this prince," but during
the next threo years they did nothing
but talk, talk, talk. One day tho very
royal candlc-snull'er brought them this
Your plan or your hcadRl
They sent bnck word to tho king to
plcaso make tho prince chief high di
rector of the weather. Tho change that
followed was marvelous. Tho princo
suited everyone Ho made it clear and
sunny for a picnic party, windy in tho
right direction for the sailors, just right
for the farmers, cold for the fur-dealers,
nnd hot for tho bathing resort men.
The peoplo of Lactia went almost wild
with joy, and tho king laughed and
grew fat again. Tho wise men claimed
all tho merit, but they soon regretted
doing so. Thousands of Laotians camo
to thank them in their houses all day,
whilo nightly processions marched and
hurrahed every wink of sleep from
their pillows. The wiso men prayed
tho king to send the peoplo home, and
when he refused fifty of tho wisest ran
away to sea, but tho others formed a
Tho king's strawberries grew between
the palaco and tho royal milk-houso,
and it was double high treason for
anyone but tho king to pick them. One
morning, beiore me weatner omco was
open, the wiso men pursuaded tho
prinoo to go with them and cat berries
with sugar and cream m tnc royal
milk-house. Whilo sugaring tho ber
ries they L ard tho king come into the
"I'm niraicl tnoso roonins nave ueen
eating my berries again!" they present
ly heard him remark.
The prince paused, pale with fright.
The wiso men rushed up and down,
Bhaking with terror.
" Into -the cream wnn tnem! "
chattered tho priuee, and into a can of
cream the berries were dropped, sugar
and all, tho lid clapped on the can, nnd
tho prince on top of that Six of the
strongest of tho wise men placed their
backs to the royal'milk-house door, and
the others soon appeared to be sound
asleep in the corners.
IhokingstroJicu mine garuen long
after the prince's office hour. It ap
pears that tho princo had used only the
good weather, and nau accumulat
ed such a store of ill winds, cold snaps,
and great storms as was never kuown
before. Tho chief high director not
appearing, tho commotion that began
made all the old peoplo hunt for their
almanacs in a hurry. Tho wind blew
over chimneys and bent high steeples
out of shape. And now it snowed and
hailed and rained and mado tho peoplo
wish there hadn't been any chief high
director! Tho wind twitched the king's
crown over the high fence and, in two
seconds, him after it; and it rolled
across the fields ten miles beforo ho
caught it Tho roof of tho royal milk
houso flew over the palace, and tho
badly frightened prince nnd wiso men
tumbled out. The wind tossed tho cans
into the road, and sent them spinning
away through tho storm liko silver
wheels. Tho wiso men were lost, and
were supposed to havo blown to a de
serted island. 1
Tho king returned with his crown
just as an honest farmer drovo up to
the palace in his sleigh with a croam can
ho had ffpid in a snow drift. Tho king
carelessly took off the lid, and then
staggered back screaming and trem
bling tho can was filled with some
E ink-colored thick stuff, such aa nover
eforo had been seen.
"Seize him," said tho king, "ho
wants to poison me!" and the whole
court rushed out to protect tho king.
"Make him cat of it or off goes his
head!" said the king.
They expected, to seo the fanner drop
dead; but no! ho spooned out' tho stuff
as fast as possible. , At last tho prince
ventured to taste,' and tho fanner
couldn get tho spoon back. As-soon
as tho king tasted, he created tho
farmer a duke on the spot, ordered a
hundred guns to be lired, and promoted
the prince to bo king, as ho himself
w ishod to open an ice cream saloon at '
one end of tho palaco. Tho ex-king
diod very wealthy. Whilo ho lived he
hired all the poor peoplo of Lactia toA
spread lino ice upon tho palace hill,
and roll his cans of cream down to
freeze. " It was not until after
death that it was allowed that ice cream I
could bo mado in any other way
The Rev. John A. Perry, of Barring
ton, K. I., has suffered a series of mis
fortunes. Ho was a chaplain in tho
rebellion, and members of his regiment
intrusted him with $5,600 to talio homo
to their families. On tho way ho lost
the money, and not a dollar of it was
ever restored. Five of his houses and
barns burned, one after another, and,
though they were heavily insured, ho
had a groat deal of troublo in getting
paid. Ho continued to preach in Bap
tist pulpits, however, until tho sixth
fire, which occurred lately. Tho de
stroyed house was worth f.3,000, and
was insured for $9,000. A grand jury
indicted him for inccudiarisni.
Polygamy as an Investment
Utah Letter in Situ Vranclico Chronicle.
We halted at a way station for din
ner. A white-haired but not very sanc
timonious saint occupied tho chair
next to me. "A resident of tho coun
try?" I asked. "Oh, yes; for twenty
five years." "MarriedP" "Soino."
"More than ono wife?" "I think so.
I've got a few scattered about hero and
there." "Believe in polygamy, I pre
sume?" "Certainly. Pa nover havo
mado a Uving if I hadn't" "How's
that?" "Well, you see, strangor, I
used to think a great deal as you do.
I bad ono hundred and sixty acres of
land and one wife, but didn't mako
much headway, Thcro was too much
work for one man to attend to. Final
ly I froze to a second wife. She took
her share of tho burdens like a brick,
and affairs moved on in better shnpo.
Then 1 got to thinking that if two
wives wcro better than one, threo
would bo bettor than two: consequently
I took a third, and my affairs improved
still moro. I mapped out tho business
of tho rancho and gave No 1 her part,
and gavo a part to No. 2, and a part to
No. !1, mid took a part myself. Every
thing went on liko clockwork. Our
little community was thoroughly organ
ized. Finally I concluded that a fourth
wife would bo quito an advantage, and
I looked around and secured lier. I
found the more wives I had the moro
land I could work. I now operate two
hundred and forty acres of one kind
nnd another, nnd havo six wives to as
sist me, and l'vo got things so systema
tized down that everything goes on
quito lovely, and I don't havo much to
do myself. Polygamy is a great in
stitution, my friend, and you 11 never
'succeed in tho world until you marry a
few times. Sometimes ono of my
wives gets alittlo offish like, but instead
of making a great row about it and
getting a divorce, as you do in Cali
fornia, I simply slay away from her for
a day or two, and then when I do hnp
pen around sho smiles all over her faeo
and loves mo in a desperate fashion. Oh,
yes, I may marry several times yet be
foro I die, and tho moro women I mar
ry tho richer I expect to get." This
talk was by no means sophistry, as I
afterward ascertained. A largo por
tion of the women of Utah are slaves.
An Unappreciated Insoct.
A correspondent of Tho Worcester
(Mass.) fyn says about tho curious
insoct popularly known as the devil's
Ono of the most beautiful and benefi
cial insects of tho summer season, and
one whoso services are least appreciat
ed by the agriculturist, is the common
dragon lly. Thcro are many varieties,
comprising an extensive and beautiful
group of large-sized insects, rivaling
our butterflies in gracefulness of form
and brilliancy of coloring, while they
cxcelth em in rapidity of flight. Vari
ous peculiar names have been given
them in different count ries. The French
call them demoiselles, the Germans
gauze flies and virgins of the water,
while among the English they are known
as dragon flics, horse-stingers, and
devil's darning needle. Tho first of
the English names is very appropriate
to the character of the fly, for, among
other insects, it fully earns itu title of
"dragon." It is not a "horse-stinger"
however, can neither bite, sting, nor
poison, and as a "devil's darning needle'
does not sew up the mouth of those
children who are given to romancing.
They are perfectly harmless to man,
and can be handled without danger.
Tho dragon fly belongs to the order
"Neurontera" and tho family "Libcllu
idie." They have six legs and four
wings, in average specimens the body
attains tho length of an inch and a half
or two inches. They are almost uni
versally dressed in gayest colors. Tho
body is variously bandet with rich shades
of blue, green, and yellow, and tho
wings give off tho most beautiful inides
cent and metallic reflections. Tho
substance of the wings is a delicate
network'.covered by a thin transparent
membrane, combining great strength,
with lightness, which enables it to fly
and dart upon its prey witli the great
est rapidity. The long tail, or "needle"
undoubtedly, acts as a rudder to
steady lita; eight. The large head is
provided i.tb two enormous compound
eyes, composed of many thousand facets,
and their great power of vision is still
further increased by three simple eyes
ol ocelli, on the upper portion of the
head. TJie mouth is quite a formidable
structure. The upper lip is broad and
conceals powerful toothed manibles,
and there aro other organs of the mouth
armed with Btrong teeth which enable
it to rend and masticate its food.
. The natural term of life of the dragon
fly is about one year. Most of its exist
ence js passed in the water in the con
ditio of lorya or pupa, and it inhabits
th( air. only three or four weeks. When
HMnt tq complete its final transforma
tioti, the pupa climbs up some suitablo
place near, tho surface of the water,
attaches iteolf firmly to some object, and
in a short time the skin opens along the
back,, and from tho rent there soon
appears the perfect dragon fly, who, after
drying his moist wings, trusts his untri
ed pinions with the fullest confidence to
the new element, in which he lives but
a few short summer days.
Tennyson beautifully describes these
changes in. tho "Two Voices:"
To-day I sar the dniKnn fly
Come from the well whore he did lie:
An Inner Impulse rentthe veil
Of his old husk ; from liend to tall
Came out dear plate of sapphire mail.
llo dried his wings; like game thevgrcir:
Through crofts ami pastures wet with dew
A living flash of light ho flew.
During its existence of three or four
jweeks above the waters its whole life is
1 a continued good to man. It hawks
ovck pools and fields and through gar
dens, decimating swarms of niosquities,
flies, gnats, and other baneful insect.
Their rapid flight and enormous range
of vision enaluo them to capture theso
iusects with case. They destroy multi
tudes of moths and millers whoso
larval are injurious to vegetation, whilo
they do not injure any product of tho
agriculturist themselves. A few of tlnun
shut into a lnNvould soon rid it of
flies, bugs, anL squitocs. They are
perfectly harmlM, and can be handled
with impunity, and are an interesting
subject for study, as there remains
much to be learned of their natural
history. Tho dragon fly is widely dis
tributed over all parts of tho globe, but
few, however, exceed in Bizo and beauty
thoso of our own country.
a party oi mine
minora with y iiu
maintain, CohX lho
ilgh around tv ion
on JNeedie m
drifts were hi
every side, an
id it became t-ynittiiat,
as their stock of provisions was small,
they must quickly dig themselves out or
starve to death. One was too ill to stir,
and tho rest cast lots to iletermino
which should slay with him. Food ntid
fuel enough for a week were left with
tho two men, nnd tho others started on
their desperate journey. The distance
to tho nearest Bettl"juent was ouly four
miles, but they wcro tlvo days ou the
journey, and their sufferings were in
tense, from both cold and hunger. It
is uncertain yet whether the sick man
and his companion sui'Vive.
Itfliinff riloN Symptoms und Cure,
'.I'Jio symptoms aro momture, liko pers
pjnilion, inteuso itching, increiised by
scratching, very distressing, particularly ut
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about tho rectum ; tho private parts are
sometimesaffectcd; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Swnyne's All-IIcnling Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Harder 's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly Crusty Sutiineous
Eruptions. Price M cents, ;j boxes for $1,25.
Went by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stumps. Prepared only by Dr. Swaync &
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all pn mim nt diuggists in
Cairo and elsewhere.
Swnyne's Pills are tho best for all bil
loug disorders. They ward off Chills and
M F.l) R' Ali.
45 Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. MoLANE'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 ItiliousComplaints, Dys
pepsia, nnd Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unerjualcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and Fleming Bros.
BS?" Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEJIIXG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
KI'EKDILT AND PERMANENTLY CUKES
Congestion of lho Lnntts, Bronchitis, Consump
tion, Nervous Prostration. Shortuess of Brcttb,
Palpitation of tno Heart, Trimbllngpf the Hands
and Limbs. Physical and .Vunial Dcprtpalon, Loss
of Appetite, toss of encrpy, Loss of Memory. It
will rapidly improve the weakness, fmcltona and
organ of the body, which depend for health npon
voluntary, scml-voluutary and involuntary nervous
It arts with Ticor. cr'ntlfn(fsn(ifuhtle'y, nvlnt;
to tin; exquisite harmony of it Imjreilli-Dtt.. akin to
puru blood Hsclf. its tate pleasant, ana it ttfxt
I) E H 1 L I T V.
St. Joiin.N B.
Mr. James 1. Fellows, Chemist, M. John. N I),
Dear Sir: llavlnu need ymir Compound Symp
of Hypophosph tes lor some lime in mv practice. 1
hiivu 110 lusttatron In recomm'.'ndiiiK It'to tnv pa
lien's whs) are mUcrliiir Irs. m Renernl debility, or
any dlHeasH of Ihn luiiiis, knowing that evcu In
cases utterly nopeli hh, Itaffonls relief.
I ain, sir, youre truly, II. . APDY, M. D.
HOLD BY ALL DBfOtilSTS.
Foo Clioo'8 Balsam of Shark's Oil
Positively Kcstnres the Hearing, and Is tho Only
Absolute Cure for Dcufness Kuown.
This Oil la extracted from a peculiar species of
small Whito tihsrk. cauirht 1U the Yellow Sea,
known as ("arcliarodon Koudeletll. Kvery Uhlnusn
lisherman knows it Itn virtues as a restor itl'e of
hearing were discovered by a Haddhint Priest about
tbo year Mill, lta euros were, so numerous and
many so seemlnirly mirscnlous. Hint, the remedy
was officially proclaimed over the entire Empire.
Its nse became so nr.lver al that for Over S00 yearn
node.ifenc.sa hns existed anion)! the Chinese peo
ple. Henl, charges prepaid, to any address ut f 1 per
Only Imported by I1AYLOCK & CO.,
Hol.R AfiENTB kok amehK'A. TDeybt., New York.
Its virtues aro unquestionable and Itseurativ
character absolute, us tbe writ, r can pu sunnily
testify, both from experience and observation.
Anions thu many renders of lho tvK.w in ono
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numbers are ulllirted wlf deal'nes. and to siiei it
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j I I I profitable bi
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i no nusmesa la so easy
d our Inxtructions are so
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Many have made at the busim ss over on hundred
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ON, NasWfilY B.
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IIauieut E. Paine. "
Late Commissioner of Patonls,
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ments ollcrcd, For terms address J. U. 1JUKK &,
CO., iliirtlora, Ct., or Chicago, Ilia.
New nnd verr Attractive Styles aro now ready
llest cabinet or Parlor orirane lu
the world, wiHiiera of highest dis
tinction at every great World's
Exhibition lor thirteen years.
Prices. M , $r7, iijtf, $H1, $10? to
$501 and upwaiu. For easy pay
munis, $fi.4M a quarter and up
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A brilliant book, fascinating lu stylo, pure In
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keeping poverty from your
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chances for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who do not im
prove such chances remalu In poverty. We nt
many men. wamen, boys and girls to do work for ns
right in their own localities, The business will
pay more than ten times ordinary wsjrea. Wo
furnish au txpcnacnslve outfit and all that yon
need frr. No one who engages falls to make
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drrss KTINSON A CO.. Portland. Maine,
BOOTS AND BnOES
Manulactarer and dealer in Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Cuxtom
Miule Boots and
Shoos for Boys'aiid
Mcn'a wear to bo
found iu the tity.
No otber shop can
MTIln.HT, with it
N. B All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
dono on shoit notice.
Vwrliili Qf Between Comnerclal and
r.lUUl Washington Aye.
Cairo - - Illinois.
JJOOTS AND SHOES.
All forts, Styles and Sires ot
Manufacturer and dealer
In tho finest Hand-Sewed and Fcgged Boots and
Shoes of all the latest styles, from tbo beet
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturers. Has tbo largest and beat telocted
stock to be found in the city for
Men's, Ito8 Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowost possible price. Always on band
a complete stock of leather and findings.
Robbers, etc., etc.
No. 90 Commercial Ave. I . rt.;x Til
Bet. Fifth and Sixth SU. UtlllO; 111.
CRAY'S SPFXIF1C MEDICINE,
TRADEMHK.Th Qreat English 1KADK MAJRR
itetnedy, an un
failing rure for
Sperm a tnrrhoea,
diseases that fol
low aa a couse
quonco of self
JJOlOre JUlOllgniemonr. universal
lassitude, pair "j lho back, dim-Aft,,- ToV
ncss of vision, nremaiura old a.re.mulr KJIlE.
and many other discasea that lead to insanity or
consumption and a premature, grave.
Full particulars in our pamphlet, which wo di
fire to send tree by mall to every ono. The spe
tine medicine Is sold by all drugglsla at $1 ptr
packairo.slxfor J.'i, orwill be tent tree by mail oi
receipt or the nionay by adilrenslng Til K OKAY
MHDltl.N K CO., No.S Mechanics block, Detroit
Mich. Hold in Cairo bv Barclay Bros., Paul O
Sen uli and Oeo. K. O'llitra.
By virluo of an execution Issued out of the
cluk s idlco of the circuit court of Aleraniler
county, and state of Illinois, and to me directed
whereby I am commanded to mnko the amount of
certain Jitdgmcut recently obtained auolnst .Mm
I.. Knukin, In favor of tbo Southwestern lu
snrance lompanv, for nse nf John O. lUrnion
ir.'i.ri'0, of ,uml"' t' uomentsrvooda and
chat ties of tho said James O. Rankin, 1 nave lovlc :
on the following de scribed property, to-wlt : Lot.
nnmbern l lweutjp.m3R), twenty. u Mnts
even S7) and Iwenty-oljjbt (SK), In Caiio Ridge.
Association's sub-division of block n mi bred
four (4) In tho third addition to the city ol Ca.ro,
III ino.a. Therefore according to anld command
ii.,i,.V".?.!ipM"Vr."lu l. l)uullc nclln. "'I tho
s:reofnii,,t-"ieri - n
bar,ibdo. John ifomiKs.
BUeriff Alonndor County,
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Xot Merely Relicvca
And Can Prove What weX'ialtn.
tyThero are no failures and ri disappoint
nienls. If you' are trniilii(t wtij, liUAri.
ACilK you can be easily and
V sored, aa
hundreds have been already.
to mull a sheet of tuatlmonluU to any lulep'Sted.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms of Biliousness, prevent Conatl
patlon and Dyspepsia, prouioto Dliri-mlon, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorders
of tho Stomach, Bllintifato the Liver, and lieuulale
the Bowels. They do all this by taklnir Just ono
little pill at a dose. They are purely vegetable, do
not grlpo or purge, and ore as uearly perfect as
It Is possible for a pill to bo. Price an cetts, 6 for
$1. Sold by druggists evervwhere or sunt by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. KltlE, I'A.
LLOYD & McKEAN
A'o. 31 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
" Wo buy and sell at current rates:
l. 8. Government Bonds1
Central Paeillc Land Urunt Bonds.
Central Pacific First Mortgage Cold Honda.
California aud Oregon do
San Joaquin Valley do
Western Pacific do
Southern Paeillc of Cal . do
Chesapeake & Ohio RW. Co. Bonds and bow'
and stock scrip and coupons. .
We have for sale the Chesapeake A Ohio Seriei
"A" B per cent. Bonds, at tfijf? and Interest.
W buy and sell on commission, the soenrtties
dealt In at the Stock Exchange, and tLiiko ad
vances thereon to responsible parties.
We also buy and sell ou commission all classes
of securities not quoWd at the Stock Exchange.
W o receive deposits and allow increst ou dally bal
ances. $ 7 7 7
YEAR and expenses to
Outltt fr 11 tr.. v
ICKURY, Angnsta. Main
iBiegant Chromo Cards, New Stylet, 10c. Agent
wanted. L. JONES A CO.. Nassau, N. Y.
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BY ALLAN I'lNKERTON.
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TO AGENTS 1 Arp'yat
xv xj once for terms and territory
O. W. CARLETON 4 CO,. Publishers, N. Y. City
J.ESTEY4 C2 Bbajtleboro VI
porfrotly r"ru. Pronoune,! Ihs b.t vthh'Ih.
u medir.il auihoritisi iu l" rl.l m,u nijn.-H
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bum nj utagguu. w b. aoEurriLiN co m
rOT illl KHAIM A N fVE 1JIKKABIUL. ttlllUMur
laFAi.LisL If taken u directed. A tUajtr
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tt 'how long Handing.
No nauseous d t of enbehs, copaiba or oil of
femlalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia
ff destroying the enatliurs of the stonurh, Na
syrlairu or astringent Injection lu produce other
Price i JU. bol.D BY ALL DRUOOlSTi. or
balled of receipt of price.
for fir" her partlcniara send for circular.
V. O. B..1 1X0. J. C. ALLAS CO, bl Jubo fitrett,
Hew York. 1
W offer $000 reward for any can thy wtll not
tlutck, af e and sore cur.
1 Orlsdvthat senitsm tneir
address will recelvasome
Uilnc Fru bt Mail, that
may prove the stepplnir-stone to a life ol snccsss.
Il la especially adapted to ttios who have reached
tho foot of the lilll. Address 11. VOUNO. ITS
Oreeuwich Street, Kew York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK I
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Indliptnubl. k Fsraim, M.thtolri, MsrrhuiU, Tnlmmtk,
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K pf I. apKlmn Copy Vh. Ail4J.U.M0atLt.
Ul Svulh Dili tUnal, OriKklTS. N. V.
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hill Dnh i,u IT. OOth RlnL N. V fll
pontage on bookSOcenU; reclaterod mull, X,l
To Ncrvons StifTcrers The tireat Ktirnpeun Hem-edv-Dr.
J. B. ElniPHtm'aSperlllc Mi'tlioine.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific Medicine Is a posi
tive enre for Spermatorrhea, Impotenry, Wcaknosi
and all diseases resulting Irom Self-Abuse, as Ner
vous Debllltv, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassltudo, Ilepresslon ofSplrllsaud funrtUmul dn
rangemonts nf the Nervous System generally I'nln
In Hack or Side, Loss of Memorv. Preniatiirn Old
, that lead to Con
i sumption Insanl-
ty and an early
grave; or both.
. So matter bow
i svstent mar be
from excesses of
uuyk iid, a ahoit
conn 3 ol this medlciuo will restore the lost fuuo-
tlom and procure health and hsntilness. where be.
fore vas despondency and gloom. The Specific
Medicine Is hutng nsed wllh wonderful suc
cue. Pampbletf sent free to all. Write for then and
get full partlcalars,
Price, Hpeoltlc. fl.fOpor package. or jr. pack
ages for $n.Oo. Will be sent by mull on receipt of
more. Address all orders,
J. B. SIMPSON'S MEtilCINlt CO..
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