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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNINir, DECEMBER 15, 1830.
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' A soap-oating match was a diversion
at Sprintii'kl. 0. The quickest de
vourcr f a bar of yellow soap pot a
prize of $5. The winner performed tlio
feat in lcs than nn hour, lint was much
longer in the hands of a physician, bo
cau.se the lye poisoned him.
In order to avoid the encumberment
of the streets of Pari, in case of a so
vere winter, the nnineipal Authorities
have laid in a stock of rteel horse
brooms ami oilier implements for clear
ing the streets of snow.
The oldest house in the United Stati'9
is 8uppoeil (o he at lVinliruki', Mass.
In lCi'2 Mr. lVhg Marker's ancestors
built a fort of stone and mortar as a de
fense against the Indians and it has
been iist-il as n. dining-room for years.
The main building is only ten years
In Hn.-.-ia. all the sons and daughters
of prinees inherit their title. They are
-onseiuiMitly, as plentiful as sparrows.
It is saidthat there is a village where
t'very inhabitant is a l'rinee or Princes
(Jall'itzen. The title of prince in litis
.sia is about equivalent to that of esquire
At the request of i'rof. Charles Elliot
.Norton,, of Harvard college, president
f the American Arohieologieal insti
tute, of lio-l.m. tiie .Secretary of Slate
hns directed (leu. Lingered, the Amer
ican minister in Turkey, to urge upon
lhe government of the' sultan the pro
priety of granting a lirman to an Amer
ican expedition for t lie exploration of
the ruins of the ancient and interesting
tJreek city of Assos, in Mvsia. This
citv stands or stood on the, gulf of
Adraniyttiuni, now called F.dreniit.
Vrain Lucas, who became notorious
eight or nine years ago by hoaxing M.
Michel ('basics with pret'endod letters
by Pascal, Rabelais, Milton, Newton,
aud Cleopatra, the gullible taviint pay
tug him altogether 15U,(.mk) francs, lias
just been sentenced to three months1
imprisonment. On the recent expira
tion of a second term of four years im
prisonment for another piece of swind
ling he was ordered to live at Chateau
dun, his native town, during his ten
years' police supervision, instead of
which he came to Paris..
Mr. S. B. Buggies, of New York, has
completed awm k on the agricultural
progress of the nation in cheapening
the food of America and Ktiropc. It
exhibits a growth in cereal products
from til.ri.OUi,ilil bushels in IMP) to K02
000.000 in 1S.V.I, .'j;iH,(K)il.O(Kl in 100,
U87.UO0.OO0 iu 1x70. LM78.O0O.000 in
'177, and '-VlHl.OOO.OOO in 187'J. The
nnnual product increased from ;1,9G5,
IJOO.OOiJ in mo to 7.'j77,0' 10,000 in
JKG0, and ll,000,0o0,00i) in 1870,
yielded, after paying for labor and
wages, a net amount of 170,000,000,
being nearly -0 per cent on the total.
Tho book states that there are 400,000,
K0 acres of land immediately availa
ble north of the Ohio river, which cun
produce in wheat or other equivalent
ecreals at leant 4,800,000,000 bushels
annually to meet lhe demands of a
greatly increasing population.
Prince Alexander, the present ruler
of Bulgaria, having recently come in
to a legacy of f 1,500,000 left to him by
the late empress of Russia, his aunt by
niarriarje, is about t.i build a splendid
palace in the r,ev quarter of Sofia, at
tho east end of tnal city, where several
large and handsome houses are in
course of erection for the future accom
modation of Bulgarian rank and fash
ion. The youthful llopodar is just
now in a lucky vein. Only the other
day Bishop Oligor presented him with
tastefully laid-out park, about half
jui hour' it drive from Rustchuck, emi
nently suitable '
and Oie prince,
ing this munit'e
ncized the oppo
wee in virtue
question is to i.
or a summer retreat;
hilo gratefully aecept
'mt gift, sagaciously
uity of adding to his
'tliwith Issuing a de
' which lhe park In
thrown open to the
during three hours of
very day for all time to come,
ti k hi i
ah, now wen tvj i reintiuijcr it vn
ia the bleak November," when I cauHit
the cold that was wearing me surely mid
wimy away; but I heard ol Dr. Bull'
Cough Syrup; took it, and am & well
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
King Theebau, of Burniah, has ft lit
tle daughter, to whom has been given
tho mellifluous name of A-loo-ma-sheo
Soo-hpayah tho incomparable Soo
hpayuli." A military guard accompanies every
train on the" Mexico and Vera Cruz
railroad, and at every station a guard
is drawn up under arms on tho arrival
of every train.
A gentleman writes to The London
Slnuddvd that cats can be trained to
retrieve game ns well as dogs do.
When l:o takes his gun in his hand his
three cats arc in ccslacios in anticipa
tion of sport.
The Catholic Emigration society, of
Minneapolis, intend looking the ground
over in the vicinity of the (liven River
country, next spring, and will probably
make great improvements along the
extension line of the Northern l'acilic.
A gambler at Napa, Cal., had his
place closed by the authorities. He
therefore constructed a faro lay-out in
a form suitable for packing in a small
satchel, and every day niakesni round
of tho stores, ollices, and residences of
those who desire to play.
'The Londoners are planning to ujo
Pennsylvania anthracite coal as a sub
stitute" for their own bituminous fuel,
and so get rid of smoke. Mr. .Jennings
who sends the fact to The New York
World, mentions that the coal can bo
delivered in London at less than 1.50,
or eighteen shillings a ton.
' Four negroes were found in an Ala
bama graveyard going through with
mummeries 'which, they thought, was
to give them certain magical powers.
One was on his knees praying at the
head of a grave, another was on his
knees cursing at the foot, and the oilier
two were playing a game of cards in
A society of Mormon girls, having
for its object the securing of mono
gamio husbands, has lu-en discovered
and broken up at Salt Lake. The mem
bers took a vow to marry no man who
would not pledge himself to be content
with one wife. Five granddaughters
of Brigham Young had joined it.
Relics of King Philip and his braves
are often unearthed near Pall River,
Muss. Last Wednesday Elisha Anthony,
of South Somerset, Mass., while exca
vating for a barn cellar on his farm,
dug up tho skeleton of a brave, and
near him lay his pipe and the utensils
which Indians used to bury with their
The export of iron ore from Spain in
the first half of -this year was 1G0 per
cent more than iu 187'j. Spain is now
full of commercial Englishmen, who
run tho railroads, mines and vineyards.
Tho Spaniards are not very fond of
these Britons, but can't get ulong with
out them. Nearly every engine in
Spain hails from Manchester or Birm
ingham. President Grevy, who had a fancy for
white Arab horses, has succeeded in
obtaining some after a long search.
As the Arabs believe that white horses
are likely to be weak, and certain to bo
less healthy than horses of some oilier
color, they are not often bred, and a
line white horse is almost as rare among
the Arabs as a pure black one.
Justice Smith said, on opening Lis
rourt at Connorsville, Tcnn. : "William
Henry Smith is arraigned for assault
ing his father." The magistrate had
on the previous day knocked his father
down with a club, and it was himself
that he was now arraigning. He con
tinued: "The evidence is conclusive,
anil I'm not sure but I ought to send
myself to jail for ten days. But as this
is'my first offense, and I certainly had
a good deal of provocation, 1 will sim
ply impose a line of .10."
According to Dr. S. (iibbon, a Lon
don health-officer, the Jews aro tho
longest-lived people in the great met
ropolis. They are notoriously exempt
from tubercular and scrofulous taint.
It is very rare that ono meets with pul
monary consumption among them. In
the district of White Chapel tho medi
cal officer of health has reported that
on the north side of High street, occu
pied by Jews, the average death rate is
twenty per thousand, while on the
south side, occupied by English and
Irish, it is forty-three per thousand.
Senator Cameron has erected his new
house as nearly as possible on the true
meridian from which longitude is reck
oned east and west in the United States.
In selecting sites for the capilol and
President's house, the engineer, Mr.
Eliott, drew by celestial observation
true meridianal lines running due north
and south, one of which passes through
the eapitol and tho other directly
through the white house and out Six
teenth street, which used to bo called
Meridian street. On the corner of this
street, where it is intersected by Massa
chusetts and Rhode Island avenues and
N street, Senator Cameron's house is
situated. . . . .
A few davs ago the neighbors were
drawn to a house on West Twenty-sixth
street, New York, by the most frightful
cries. They found a woman named
Mrs. Hall standing over her youngest
child, who was stripped naked and
stretched upon a table. With one hand
the mad mother hold the struggling in
fant upon the tabic and with the other
slio brandished a carving-knife in the
air. She told tho frightened peoplo
that she and her whole family were go
ing to heaven. The child was rescued
and the woman soon after beeamo
calmer. She had been made insane by
the recent death of her husband.
The tpiestiou of corporal punishment
in the public schools has arisen anew
in boston. J he nuieriutendent says:
"Teachers of both sexes use personal
violence with their pupils In such forms
and such frequency that the facts if
published would cause unpleasantness
Some put children into painful and
even dangerous positions; some shake
l hem at times with such roughness as
to tear their clothing, while many still
nppiy ine rattan us ti it were a feat tier,
and strike not merely tho hand, but
the head and body. 'Within the last
month or two some piteous eases have
been reported to me by parents whoso
cnuurcu nan suiiered. Tim month v
reports of some grammar schools come
in ringing with the echoes of blows."
A committee examined into the subject,
nun a uiujoruy reported in favor of dis
nuking teachers who Inflicted whip
ping, except on boys In tho grammar
AN INTERESTING LETTER,
ITUIMI8 0P A OUATKiaX HliAHT AND UIVICB
HONOR WltEllli llOMUt IS IH'K.
Mr. S. W. Capps, ( f Scottsvillc, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
lt0, to Dr. Swayne Son: "1 sent to
you for three boxes 'All hcalig Ointment,'
having bad tho Itching Piles for about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at lenst five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe iu saying one
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed mo almost to
loath. hen I beciuno 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, nnd I will say that
it is tho best Ointment in the world, and
will recommend it to one and nil as such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
Corn us. ''Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage 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 hv wide and constant use tor
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the lew
staple remedies of the age.
The Tiiiioat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on tho organs of the
voice. Thcv have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, cither
Irom cold or over-exertion ot the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find tho Troches use
A Coroii, Coi.i), Cataiuiii of sore throat
requires immediate attention, ns 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"
arc sold only in boxes.
It. Scheutciimullcr, Brooklyn, writes:
Your Spring Blossom is invaluable. I
have had Scrofulous sores on my legs for a
number of years, and occasionally they
would break out on my face. I havo taken
two bottles of Spring Blossom, nccording
to directions, and now all the sores have
disappeared, and my skin is perfectly
lealthy. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
We DKsinu to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $850 Square Grand
Piano, J stringed; 7'i octaves, in a Hand
some rosewood case, for only $243; also
many other styles of Pianos aud Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music at one-third price. These
Pianos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made one of the finest displays at
the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Tinno Co. are the tirst to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-halt the price charged
by other first-class makers. 1 his saving is
made by doing away with the Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people the Pianos at
Wholesale or Agency prices. We would
recommend any ot our readers who have
any idea of ever buying a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
Sow ing and Reaping.
When a young lady hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, sho sews that she may
reap. v hen seeds oi disease arc planted
through over induigence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping the benefit by
using Spring Blossom. Price 50 cents
trial bottles 10 cents.
The Flohence Nightingale of the
Ni'Kskhy The following Is an extract
from a letter written to the German Refoia
Messenger, at C'hambersburgb, Pcnn:
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we w ill teach our "Susyo
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the gnn-
ing, colicking, and teething seige. Mrs.
mslow s Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery nnd
diarrhica. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrys
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what shes
professes to perform, every part of it not
ing less. Wo havo never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through tho
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If we had the power
wo would make her, as sho is, a physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 25 cents a bottle. (2)
The Pleasures of Hope.
When the body is bowed with pain an
intense longing tor relief brings hope. This
may brighten the suffering but it docs not
cure. At a time like this how welcome is
such friend as Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, bringing home, health and hap
piness and the joys of a renewed life.
S. II. Ikwin, of Uto Creek, Colfax Co.,
new Mexico, says: "My wife has been
cured of a cough of thirty years' standing
by wearing an 'Only Lung Pad.'" See
"To Be, or Not To Bo."
"To be, or not to be," that is the ques
tion. Whether to suller from a diseased
system and continuous impurities of our
blood, or to take Spring Blossom and be
come a welcome nnd respectable member of
society. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
A r.AitoK proportion of children who die
early are those whose brain development is
untisunlly largo in comparison with the
body. Why is this? Simply becnuHo tho
tunctions of the body are too frail to sup
ply tho waste going on in this brain coiiho
qucnt upon active intelligence. Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphitcs is no
prepared that it imparts the vital principle
directly to the brain, while it assmts in do
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
M KMC A I,.
43 Yen vh Before the Publie.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
nrenot recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to." hut in nfieciions of
the Liver, and in nil liniousCoinplaiiils, Dyv.
pepsin, 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 unequaled,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each liox lias a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mc LANE'S LIVER PILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. Mrl.ANE nnd Firming Bros.
Jtl" Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANK'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLO I Ml BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLttHv, spelled dili'erciuly but
COMPOUND !-YRUP OF
is a ckktaix j:i:.vi:dv i- u
CONGESTION OFTIIE LUNGS, ETC.
pm: i .lows'
Compound syrup of
M'LKMLYKANI) I'EIOfAN EMI.V CTRKS.
Congestion of tho Lung's, Lruncliltl. Cousuni..
lion, Nervou J'rortraiiou. ShortnesM of llreath,
I'alpitalion of the Heurt. Trtniblitujof tie JIauds
and Limbs, l'iiysicul mid Mental lkprri-sloii, Loss
of Appetite, Los of energy, Los of Memory, it
will rapidly improve the witknesf. luiUvut and
ort-'uus of the body, which depend for health upon
voluntary, semi-voluntary and iLvoluLiary nervous
It act with licor. c ntlene-s and snlit'.e'y. owln :
to the exquisite harmony of ils Incredu t,:". akin to
pure blood Itself. Its taste pleaaLt, al.d it j i .ilea
i) k ifrn i t v.
St. John, N 11.
Mr. J a men I. Fellow'. Chemist, St. John. N p.,
iteur hir: Having used your Compound sjrup
of llypophosphites lor soir.o time in my practice. I
have no hesiiatlon In recornniendtns It to my pa
tient who are sutleriiin !p.m teinri.l debiiiij.or
any disease of the Iul's, knowing that even iu
case utterly hopeless, it alien! rcllrf.
I am, sir, yours truly, H. ti. AbDY. M. D.
SOLD I1Y ALL Dltl'dGISTS.
To Nervous Sufl'erers-Tlie Creat Kuropenn liu
etlv br. J. H. S'iiiipson'sSpeciflc .Medli ine.
Dr. J. H. Simpson' Specillc Medicine i a posi.
tire cure for Spermatorrhea, Irnpotenrv, Weakness
and all disease resulting from Self Alnise. as Ner
vous Dehllitv, Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
I.atsltude, Depression iifsplrllsnud functional de
rancement of the Nervou System erncrallv l'.ilt.
in Pack or Side, I.n-s of Meinorv. I'ri'nmiure t'lii
A!o and c'lsennu
that lead to t en
ty and an early
erave, it both.
So matter how
chattered t h e
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a shoit
rourse of this medleine ill re-mre iue lost mm-
tlon and procure health and happiness , where be
fore w a despondent y and eloom 'lhe Specilb;
Medicine is lieii.y used vw;u wonderful sue
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pet full particulars.
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(JAIIIO Si ST. LOUIS It. R.
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II. V. SMITJIKJIH, Itwnlvcr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
'I hMuuli Espres leave Cairo S:l.' a.m.
Tl.roii.'li Express arrives at E. St, Louis.. 5:(p.tn.
Throii;rh E.xpn leaves E. St. Louis..,. U:iH)a.ni.
Through Express arrives at l airi .'idllp.m.
.Murpliyshoioaceoinniodal ion leaves Cairo 1 Ml) p.m.
Mti'physboro Ace. -irrives-nt Miirphysboro "!:') p.m.
Murphyshoro Aec. leave Murphysboro .. ft asia.m.
Xurplivsboro Acc. arrive at Cairn.., 11 :.'.''a.m.
Tin-Cairo A St LouN Kail Koa.l I the only all
Itai! Iloute between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are tin delay at
ay stations awa'.tlne connections from other line.
Close nnd sure connetilors at St. Louis with other
lines fur North. East and West
J. A. NAL't-LE. L. M..IOIINSON.
Ajjent Geieral M marer.
J LLIXOLS COTJIAL II. K.
Shortest a ml Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only liine Ktuniiny;
9 DAILY TKALXS
b rom Cairo,
Makinw Direct Co.nni.ction
EASTERN 1 LI N KS.
Tiuins Lots Caiiio:
.'J: 1 r a in. Mail.
ArrtviliC I" St. Loait 9:45 a.m. ; Chira-.-o. v p.m. ;
Coimeclin at O.liuaud l.:1iii.:'ia:n f..r 'me,;.
Hut!, Louisw.le. Iii'iianapulis and pelnt- K.
11: lO a. in. rSt. I.oimh ami W,irii
J.jX )i -h.
Arriving In St. Loul 7:V, p. m., and c-iiri-.t,s
fur all point Wert.
-4:U!0 )).in. J-'aHt l-'.x in ..
For St. Loi.i" ami chlra-'o, arriving a! i. l.e;i
10.CI p.m., and Chicago T .n a m
-4 -Ji ) p in. ( 'i tK'iimrit i I'lxpress.
Arriving at Cincini.Rti i am.; Louisville 7-.i
am.; Indiannpniis ii a.m. I'iseii. r In
this train rt-arh the above points 1 'J to; til
llul'l;s in advaiue ol any oilier rou'.e.
t-The 4:10 p. m. expresi ha I'LI.l.MAN
M-KEl'lvtl CAU CBiro to Cinelnnail. without
changes, and through nlueurio SI. l.oui ai:i
Fast Time East.
. . ,. t . , i .. . i . ... .i. ... . .. .
lt Ili;l I .N , rQ p.iints without .my di li.v
caused by Sunday intervening. Tin- Satr.rdav afier
noon train from Cairo arrive In new otk Monday
morni'iL' ut 10 ::., . Tnirty six hour in auvum eol
anv ether route.
lKor through tickets and further information,
tppirat Illinois Central Kaiiroad In put. Cairo.
JAs. .lOilNSON. J. 11. .Ki.NKS.
lien. Southern Airent. Ticket Airent.
A. II HANSON, tien. I'a-'. Aent. Chicneo.
l'.n .o$l.ot; i to :W Stops.
k 4 Vi W l.l .... II
Address DANIEL K. IJKATTY,
VANTEI).-To cine a rs-e or CiTAKLII in
''cacti m lhhoihood. ilh Dr. Kiircner- Heme
dy, to Introduce It. Sample free. OlETILTl N,
Al:M Kits and
!li Tn itiu
i., . it i- . , v IIOI Ml fill II
1 Per mouth, ('.mini; Kail and Winter, in every
l i..t u,,.. ...t,,ut,i.. i..r...,u.
tlon. with full pailiculHrs. lice. Addre-s at
once, J. C. Met I'KDY tit CO., Chicago, III.
T.OWent prleet l-l IT It nown
on B t ..... I. .
ItlOc. and 11 ol vr,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
al greatly ntlueed prlee.
Hem! slamp for nur New
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T K YTP1 AGENTS nt Till'.
V 1 l'j U r J'JT' K .'Tl V l-lf OK
Europe and America
!i5 years experience In the Secret Service .f Celr
brated Delt etives, In nil pari of lhe world. S.Vi
octavo pnires, 10 lull patje eneriivlnir. Aim lu
press two new Illustrated hook- KMra iudtiee
ineiils ottered. For tttruiH address J . J. lil liK A.
CO., lluriford, ft., or Chlcno, III.
New anil verv Attractive Slvle re now ready
llest cabinet or Parlor ornan In
the world, winner of highest ills
Unci ion at every j;ri at World
Exhibition lor llnrlei-n year.
Price. "il, $r,7, SiMi, SI.$iil to
$.')(si aim lip aril 1-or easy pay
menls, Ji.;Ls a iinirter and up
ward. ( atslo'iues free. M AstlN
CWfi Yttl & llnnilln iirnan CO., 1M Tr
MIV iV ilO niontslntet. llostoli: lit Fust Mlh
street, (I'nlon Sipiare,) New urk, lt! Wnbnh
A brllllanl lioolt, fiisclniitliiR In s'jle, jmre in
laniniace, endorsed by phyou'lnn even where An
elaborate exposition ni Hie Phvslciil Vile of Man
and woman. Elepaiitly primed and fully lllustrat
ed, Extraorillnnrfindiici incnis to Auents, Ad
dross JONES IIIKITIIEHs A CO., ChliaiRo. 111.
OltAY'H SPECIFIC MElJll'IXE,
TRADI M JRK. The Great Ensli'l KADE MAItK
Hellll'llv, III! nn
railing' cure for
Sper m a I orrhoea,
luipotency, a ml all
(license that fol
low a u colise
nuencti of self
jjuiuio iiHumimeiiioiy, liniveisui .
liisslllltle, pnli'in Ihu buck, dliujlfin- 'P'Airw
uess or vision, iiremulliri' old ui!t!."uw JUliKi
and niniiv other diseiife that hud to Insanity or
consumption and u Prcmalurc enivc.
Full piirtlrulari In our pionplilct, which we do
aire lo send Ireu by mall In every (iiio, The pu
rine medicine I olil bv nil diUL'lflsl at 1 ptr
pnckaite, six for 5, or will he i em line hv ni'ill on
reeelot or thu money by iidilresslnu '1 11 li GIIAY
MK DIC INK CO,, No. B Meeliaiili block, Detroit
Mich. Hold In Cairo by llarcluy l!ro., Puill O
Scliuh and tleo. K. O'Uunt.
vr.xY i WmW
gICK HEADACHE !
We JTmui Clued, Not Merely pLclievet,
And Can Prove What ivu Claim.
yyTlieru am no failure and no disappoint.
liienl. If you are troubled willi S I c EAiT
At'llE you 'an biByjindiUlckly (x7elirti
hundreds have been iifienily. WiTThal lleaej
to innil a sheei of testiinoiiiulH Id anylnTeTehTiidT
Carter's Little Liv(VPiiIi
Also cure all rortns or Illlionsness, prevent Conntl
nation and Dyspepsia, promote DiL'eslloii, relieve
d:slress from loo hearly eailne. correct liordir
ol lhe Stiimach.hliiiiiilalethu l.her. ant! LVimlal.)
he liowels. '11,,. ,1,, )y jNt
Utile pill at a rio.e. 'J hi y are ptr-ly vi-L-eiabl.. do
noi cripe or purire. ami are as nearly perfect a
II Is ssib,. r a pill lo be. Prlre t,ti 5 fr
$1. hold bv driii-elsis everywhere ors.-nl I t null
CAfllKK MEDK JSk ( O . iu'lE'PA
NEW A D ' F. KTI S E -M E N TS
Kidney Weakness, or General Debiiitv, sent by'
maU post paid, t.,r -.'.V.. or 5 pa. ku.-s i'r j; Ad-
J ALONOGP.KKNK. I(i i,(.r
MM Pine h , h(i l.uuis.J!,,,
A Y K A It anil expei
O I I I wi'!!'- "unit lr. Atdr.-. I
- ' " Kl-H 1 1 Aiiusia. Malno
A DYKKTI.-EI.'S! send for our s. l,.,i .m i7Z
'lea! n, ,p-.,e,s. G.-u. P. J;.., ,v to , 'b
NEW ADVK I.TISEM ( N'I'S .
l AM l-.D .-.Vuiiuructmlr.L' iniOM wn.U a
hu-iners luni Incuiro. nn I liH-urv t it r . i.nt al
ready tik. u.i A Irw hiindied miliars tecen-arv to
pay for K,i,.,. on delivery afer orders have been
secureil for the same. ru p,.r wih profit
Kuaraiil-,.,1, 'i:l. m,.t nr,.;,,, , jnv, ,,
soli.il.d A S AI!NiLD tr. 'on.tr r"?
Slnei and lltoadway, Jlrooklyn, N, Y.
' perff-tlT pur, . rronontic- l ih ri t t ih h h-i-.t
nt,"l..-,l .Tiulinriltp, ,u la. w,.i 1.1 I, i ',-., a. -1,...
a.VI(l al U WiTI f. KlK"'' r. ... .Ii1 ,1 ',t, l--..
hoiit;; iiuixuu. w a scaiErrtLiH to h y
nin lv, HetV-s!
DR. KLINE S GREAT
V K i'lK.rj. (" J
tx'ii.Lii.i If Un a tllrmnt. A'" Ara-r
hrnJay iuv. Trt-ailae anil t'i trial bt.tlif !,-'.
I', (i. ao1 tnir.n a l Ireu in ia. K LIN K, v.f
Althkl.rtll.4iJi .liLli. iuPTDKilidruijm.
uUtil-j nnd Xtrr Jf'.i.'i.idf
Without rn'it'-lnei. ALLAN'S SOI.ntt.R MFl.
( ATKO lloluUa. J'attnlcd Oloi.r 16, U74.
One b' X.
No. I will enre any ems n four dnv nr !
bo. J will cjre lue mol otsitluate ee, n.j mttr
Of now lonKsiandiiiK.
Noniuscuui Uotel of enhehn.enpatha or nil nf
md ilw.od, that are certain V prouuee clv.jir,.B
ty ih lroyitnr the co.itlinr of the .(..noich. No
)rlnire or astringent uym-uont lo prdu-e oUief
Price fi n), hol.D JIT ALL DIlffJCISTS, of
toallct of rt-cslpt of pr;ce.
forf her parte ular tend for elrenlar.
P. (I. II zUXi. J C. ALLAN CO., hi woun Street,
WeuSer IWO reward for any car i thry will sol
Uuiri. (aft and isrc cure.
' Or ttdrtliat i n t u- 're ir
addp wilrec I'.cs'l. e.
tmni; h'rtr bv Mul, t:iat
may prove trie itepplnir-stoiie to a life nf m ' ess.
Ilia especially ailaptrdlo tlmte who liavr r -v lied
the foot o the hill. A'blreu U. VW'Mi,
Ore Dwich titreel, .New York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK:
I nR. KU'li'tS AND Ml'ltf HR i : I K Vl.:'V
Iti-ilifwiittLi- t feiniiffi, Mfriw.iri. MrrLa.'.f, l'r f-i .ii.tii,
Mn-ifMi, of th Ki'-k, I tl-tl4UU-1, I'ltttlH. lI'Miirl.tfM, 3tr,t
4 ft' ln'B ,'"I'1V AiUrt i. Jl. k iVXtl,
141 Kvtttlt "Ol Sfl, ItrTklT, .
fuperb JtToJIday i;Hrion.
r 8Ly 1 1 l.u le s Out
Don ml and Mu.'trv
I'd. cnt t a rrc:.--.
Dr, Footo i HEALTH
lONTHty. ft f 1 IT
hainp:e tree. 31.
lllll isao. Co.. liuatliSlll Street, N. Y. City,
'o-laijc on book ajctuts; n-uistirvJ liiu.1, ii.
EARS luEM.r: MILLION!
Ft to Clioo's P.alsnni of .Shark's lil
Positively lb-store the llearlni. ami I the Only
Aiisoliito Cure for Deafne Known.
This till I extracted from a peculnir sm' ie of
small While Shark, cnuuht in the Yellow Sea,
know n a I'arclmrodut) Kondctetll. Every Cninesn
IWifriniin know II. II lrliieaareetor..tltcor
h' lirinij were discovered by a Hudtlhisl. Priest about
thu vear Mlo. Us cure were so niimoioii and
nian'v so s. iminelv miraculous, that the remedy
waiilhl:illv proclaimed over the entire Empire.
It use becii'mu so nr lvcrul that forever :;fw year
no tletfcnes ha ealsletl ainonu the ( hlnen- peo
ple. Senl.chnrnea prepabl. to any addn c tit ft per
"'UlU' Only Imporied by 1IAYI.OCK ,t CO , J1
soi.B AolINTs roil AMl-.liii A. 7 Hey St., New York. ).
... ..!-,.. u. .I....t.l.. ....I I, ...l..n
lin virile- nre i.iupit Pininiinie noil it-t uriti i ,
chtiriicler nholute, as the writer can pe sonullyl
teslllV. bolh from experience and observailon .
Anintiir Um many render of the evbwin one!
pun and an th-'r of lhe couniry, It I probable that
number urn nlllicled wlt'i (li allies, and to ucriitj
111:1 v- beald: ' Write at once to llaylock Ji t'o., V!
Dev Sire-1. Ni w Yoik, eiielos nv ?1, end yon will,
receive by return a relin fly that 111 emihlu yon tol
liear like aiivbotlv else, aid whose curatlvn 1 11'ncta
will iiu peru'iaiient You will never rcurct dolnu"
m." I dltor of New York .Meicaiitbe Uevlow.j
Hept . Mh.lMsn. :
lv oiiraelve by making mon
I ley when a t'oldeii chanct! b
ljvir,..,,,! it, Viv nlw-avsi
keepluli poverty from yutitf
door. Those who alwayi;
take advnntiiiie of the com.
el, a iicet-for making money that are oll'ered, ueneralj I
y liecoine weallliy, Willie those who no noi imv
pn v such chiincea remiiln In poverty. W e wain,
many men, women, liny and (jlrl to (to work furu-i
rluhi lu their own localllle, Tho buliica wll
pay more Ihaateii tiinea ordinary wane, wj
ftiriilsh nn expencnlv nnlDt nun all that yol
nm-dfree, No one Who i-nitaife fall to UiakJ
money rapldlv. You can devote your whole, tlm'
In tin-work, iir only your apiire nionn-nta. Eul
Itiforiimlloti ami all ifiut I nueded sent free. A5
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Ufl'H B J 'IJSVA vtl.i 1 ornaiin, waiiit.-, fi
l TrrnUIiaia 4 .S
t"l UT, f tl