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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER fi, 1830.
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The Modern Tanner. . .
The pipe of the qua!) in the stubble field)
The scent of the new-mown hay;
And all day Innf the thout and the long
Of the reapers to far away.
Tt restless racket amid the grain.
The nolsa of tho respln. machines - t
AndeTeragain Uie howl of piln
, Comei oyer the mtadow green.
Ohl tweet if tba Cd where the meadow lark flit
And ilnfTs. as It soars and dlvei;
IVhere the franjer ills, and yells as beieti
OK Bngcrs among the snivel.
No longer we bear oa the hlliilde sere
ljut the reaping machine cuts his leg off, I ween,'
Before ever the man em think.
With forebodings and tears his good wife heart
The man of ths houe isy Good-bye;
to return, in tooth, with a horse-rake tooth
Sliding four Inches out of hit eye.
IVhen the thraihert come In with halloo and din,
How hardened with sorrow the tiour,
When they pause to scan what li left of the maa
Chawed up by an eight-horse power.
Ok) lithe and listen! From ovsr the hills,
Whatrolce for the doctor begi? Jl
'Tit the ttoker who fell and, awful to tell,
The steam ha. row rau oTer his legs. ''
Tbut all day long, with ml rth and long, : ' "
They laugh at the dread alarms;
Though the waving field shall Its harvest yield
Of fingers and legs aud arms.
Then pity the sorrows of a poor old granger,
Whose mangled llmbi have borne him to fence;
Who braved, with reckless courage, untold danger,
And run Ult farm with modern Implements.
- THE OLD, OLD STORY.
Betty sighed. Now, why she should
lave sighed at this jnnticular moment
no one on earth could tell. And it was
all the more exasperating because John
had just generously put into her little
shapely hand a brand-new 10 bill. And
here began the trouble. i
"What's the matter?" he said, his
face falling at the faint sound, and his
mouth clapping together in what those
who knew him but little called an "ob
stinate pucker" "now what is it?"
Betty, who had just bejjun to etmngo
the sigh into a merry little laugh, rip
pling all over the corners of the red
lips, stopped suddenly, tossed her head,
aud, with a small jerk, no ways concili
ating, sent out the words: "You needn't
insinuate that I'm always trouble
some." "I didn't insinuatewho is talking
of insinuating?'' cried John, incensed at
the very idea, and, backing away a few
step.", ho glared down from his tre
mendous height in extreme irritation.
"It's you yourself that's forever insinu
ating, and all that, and Irving to put it
on me. It's abominable."
The voice was harsh, and the eyes
that looked down into hers wero not
pleasant to behold.
"And if you think. John Peabody,
that I'll stand and have such things
Baid to me, you miss vour guess that's
aUP cried Hetty, wild two big red suot.s
coming in her cheeks as she tried to
draw her little, erect figure up to its
utmost dimensions. "Forever insinuat
ing! I guess you wouldn't have said
that before I married you! Oh, now
you can, of course!"
"Didn't you say it first, I'd like to
know?" cried John in great excitement,
drawing nearer to the small creature he
called "wife," who was gazing at him
with blazing eyes of indignation "I
can't endure everything."
"And if you hear more than I do,"
cried Betty, wholly beyond control
now, "why then I'll give up," and she
gave a bitter littlo laugh, aud tossed
her head again.
And here they were in the midst of a
quarrel! These two, who but a year
before bad promised to love and pro
tect and help each other through life.
"Sow," said John, and bo brought
his hand down with such a bang on the
table before him that Betty nearly skip
ped out of her little shoes, only she con
trolled the start, for p. ho would have
died before shu let John see it, "we
will have no more of this nonsense!"
His face was very pale, and tho lines
around his mouth were so drawn Unit
it would have gone to one's heart to havo
eea their expression.
"I don't know how you will change
It or help It," said Betty, lightly, to
conceal her dismay at tho turn n'fl'ulra
had taken, "I'm Mire," and sho pushed
back, with a saucy, indifferent gesture,
the light waving hair from her fore
head. That hair that John always smoothed
when he wetted her, when tired or dis
heartened, and called her "childie."
II or gesture struck to his heart, iw ho
glanced at tho sunny hair, and the cool,
indill'i'i'ciit face underneath, and. before
he knew it, he was saying: "There is
no help for it now, I suppose."
"Oh, ves, there, is," said Petty, still
iu the cool, calm way that ought not to
have deceived him. But men know so
little of women's hearts, although they
mav live with them for years in closest
friendship. "You needn't try to en
dure it, John Peabody, if you don't
want to. I'm sure I don't care."
"What do you mean?" Her husband
grasped her' arm and compelled tho
merry brown eves to look up to him.
"1 can go back to mother's," said
Betty provokingly. "She wants mc any
day, and then vou can live quietly and
liv'o to suit yourself, and it will be belter
Instead of bringing out a violent pro
testation of fond atVection and remorse,
which she fully expected, John drew
himself up, looked at her tixcdly for a
long, lMig minute, then dropped her
arm, and said through whito lips very
"Yes, it may be as you say-better all
around. You know' best," ami was
gone from the room before she could
recover from her astonishment enough
to utter a sound.
With a wild cry Betty rushed across
tho room, first tossing the $10 savagely
as far as she could throw it, and Hing
ing herself on the comfortable sofa,
broke into a Hood of bitter tears - the
first she had shed during her married
"How could he havo done it oh,
what have I said oh, John, John!"
The bird twittered in his. little cage
over the window among tho plants.
Betty romonibuvd like a Nash how John
and ?ho tilled the seed-cup that very
morning, how he laughed when she
tried to put it between the bars, and
when she couldn't reach without getting
upon a chair, he took her in his great
arms and held her up just like a child,
that she might fix it to suit herself. And
the "bits" that he said in his tender
way, why they bud gone down to tho
depths of her foolish little heart, sending
her about her work singing for very
gladness of spirit. And now!
Betty stutl'ed her lingers hard into
her rosy ears to shut out the bird's
"If he' knew why I sighed," she
moaned. "Oh. nry ''husband!' Birtli
davs nothing will niake any difl'cro::cc
now. Oh. why can't I the?"
How long siie stayed there, couched
down on the old sofa", she never knew.
Over and over the dreadful scene she
went, realizing iU wor.-t features in des
pair until a voice out in the kitchen said,
Betty!" and heavy footstep" proclaimed
that someone was on the point of break
ing in upon her uninvited.
Betty sprang up, choked back her
gobs, and tried with all her might to
compose herself, and remove all traces
of her trouble.
The visitor wa the worst possible one
she could have under the circumstances.
Crowding herself on terms of the closest
intimacy with the pretty bride. who with
her husband had moved into the village
a twelvemonth previous, Miss Elvira
Simmons had made the very most of her
opportunities, and by dint of making
great parade over helping her in some
domestic work, such as house-cleaning,
dressmaking, and the like, the lady
maiden had managed to ply her other
vocation, that of new "gatherer, at ouo
and the same time, pretty effectually.
She always called her by her first
name, though Betty idly refuted it,
and she made a great handle of her
friendship on every oecaion, making
John rage violently, and vow a thousand,
times the "oil maid'' should walk!
But she never had, and now, scenting
dimly, like a carrion after its prey, that
trouble might have couie to the pretty
littlo white houe, tho mabe-misehief
had come to do her work, if devastation
had really commenced.
"Been crying?'' she said, more plain
ly than politely, and sinking down into
the pretty ( hint z-covered rocking chair
with an energy that slioweil she meant
to stay, and made the chair creak fear
fully. "Only folks do say that you and
your husband don't live happy but la!
I wouldn't mind I know taint your
Betty's heart stood still. Had it come
to this! John and she not to live hap
pily! To be sure they didn't, as she re
membered with a Jiang the ureailtul
scene of words and hot tempers; but had
it gotten around so soon a story in
With all her distress of mind she was
saved from opening her mouth. So Miss
summons, tailing in that, was forced to
"An I tell folks so, she said, rocking
herself back and forth to witness the ef
fect of her words, "when they get to
talkin', so you can't blame me, and if
things don't go easy for you, I'm sure!"
"iou tell folks so; repeated r.etty,
vaguely, and standing quite stiil.
"What? I don t understand."
"Why, the blame is all his'n," cried
the old maid, exasperated at her strange
mood and her dullness, "I say," says
I, "why there could' nt no one live with
him, let alone that pretty wife lie's got.
That's what I say, Betty; and then I tell
'em what a queer man ho is, how cross,
"And you dare to tell peotilo such
things of ,my husband?" cried Betty,
drawing herself up to her cxtreincst
Height, and towering so over tho old
woman in the chair, that, as she jumped
in confusion at the storm blm had raised,
and stared blindly into the blazing eyes
and face, rosy with righteous indigna
tion, her only thought was how to get
away irom the storm sin: had raised, but
could not stop. But she wtut forced to
stay, for Betty stooi! just in front of the
chair, and blocked up tho way, so sho
slunk back into the smallest corner of
it, and took it as best she could. "My
husbaud!" cried Betty, dwelling with
pride on the pronoun -at least, if they
were to part, she would say it over lov
ingly m much as she could till tho last
moment; aud then, when the time did
come, why, people should know that it
wasn't John's fault "tho best, the
kindest, the noblest husband that was
ever given to a woman. I've made him
more trouble than you can guess; my
hot temper has vexed him-I've 'been
cross, impatient, and"
"Hold'. ' cried a voice, "Vol :uo t:ilk
Ittg against my wife!" and In a moment
big John Peabody rushed through tho
door, grasped the Huh, woman in his
arms, and folded her tu his heart, before
old maid uud ull.
"Oh!" said Miss Simmons, Bitting up
t.t might and setting her spectacles more
"And, now that you have learned all
that you can," said John, turning
around to her. still holding Betty, "why
you may go!"
Tho chair wn.s vacant. A dissolving
view through the door was all that was
to be seen of the gossip, who stal led up
the road hurriedly, leaving peace be
hind. "Potty," said John, some half hour
afterward, "what was that sigh for?
1 don't care now, but I did think, dear,
and it cut me to the heart, how you
might have married richer. I longed
to put ten times ten in your hand, Betty,
and it galled me because 1 couldn't."
Betty smiled and twisted away from
his grasp. Punning into the bedroom,
she presently returned, slid smiling,
with a bundle rolled up in a (dean
This she put on her hie band's knee,
who stared at her wonderingly.
"I didn't mean." she said, unpinning
tho bundle, "In let it out now, but I
shall have to. Why, John, day after
to-morrow is your birthday!"
"So 'tis," said .John, "(iracious! has
it come around so soon?"
"And you, dear boy," said Betty,
shaking "out before his eyes a pretty
brown affair, all edged with silk of the
bluest shade, that presently as.-umcd tho
proportions of a drc.-ing-gowu "this
, is to be your presrr.t. But yon must be
cmdfully surprised, John, when you
tret it. for oh! I didn't want you to
John made tho Answer ho thought
best. When ho spoke again, he said,
perplexedly, while a small pucker of be
wilderment settled between his eVes:
"But 1 don't see, Hetty, what this thing"
(laying one linger ou the gown) "had to
do with the sigh."
"That," said Betty, and then she
broke into tv merry laugh, that got so
mixed up with the dimples and the danc
ing brown eyes, that for a moment she
couldn't finish. "Oh, John, 1 was wor
rying so over those buttons; but they
were the best I could do then. And I'd
only bought 'em yesterday two whole
dozen. And when vou put that ten-dollar
bill in my hand I didn't hardly know
it, but I suppose I did give one little bit
of a sigh, for I wu so provoked that I
hadn'4 waited buying them till to-day,"
John caught up tho little woman,
dressing-gown ami all! I don't think
they have quarreled again at least I
have never heard of it.
Pror laniation by the President.
Fault-finding is so sol Join indulged in by
those who use the mcdicim s manufactured
by the World's Dispensary Medical Associ
ation, that the President ot that corporation,
the Hon. R. V. Puree, M. P., has issued a
special request or proclamation to any and
all persons, if there be any such, who may
have taken or thM hereafter use any of the
family medicines now made and sold by
the said Association, in all countries of the
world, and who have not derived full bene
fit from said medicines, that if they will
write the said Association a description of
their maladies the Faculty of the Dispensa
ry will advise them with respect to the
successful treatment (.f their diseases. Dr.
Pierce's Cohan Medical Discovery is guar
anteed to euro, all humors from the com
men blotch, pimple or eruption, to the
worst scrolula or king s evil, and those vir
ulent poisons tltat lurk in the system as a
sequel or secondary affection resulting from
badly-treated or neglected primary dis
eases, favorite Prescription is guaranteed
to cure female weaknesses and kindred
affections. Kxtractot Smart-Weed cures
bowel affections, colds, and all painful,
rheumatic and neuralgic affections. Dr.
Pierce's Pellets! little supar coated pills),
are the iittle giant cathartic. Address,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, X. Y., or Great Pussell Street
Buildings, London, Eng.
Jabcah Snow, Gunning Cove, N. S.,
writes: "I was completely prostrated with
the Asthma, but hearing of Dr. Thomas'
Eclrctric Oil, I procured a bottle, and it
diid mc so much good, that I got another
and before it was used I was cured. My
son was cured of a bad cold by tho use of
half a bottle. It goes like wildfire, and
makes cures whenever it is used.
PaulG. Schlii, Agent.
Couons. ''Brown s Bronchial Troches
arc 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 by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
Tim TiniOAT. "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, cither
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches usij
A C'oi'fiir, Com), Catahhh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, hs 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 arc injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
arc sold only in boxes.
A JIappy Uestoration.
I can truly say that I owe my present ex
istence and l:nppy restoration to the. hopes
and joys ol life, to the use of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, and I say to very
one suffering from any manner of kidney,
liver or urinary trouble, "I'sc this remedy
Holly, X. Y., Feb. 2.1, Ihko.
W. A. Tins, (! Ashland Avenue, Toledo,
Ohio, says: "My wife is now as strong us
ever, her regained health being directly duo
to the use of the Excelsior Kidney Pad.
We can heartily recommend it to all kidney
troubled persons." See Adv.
Flight lul Misery.
Mr. Win. Pomeroy, Bangor, Me., writes:
I have for a long time suffered from contin
im I constipation, making lite a misery, mid
causing Ilciidocho and frightful cramps.
Mr. ThiiiimMin (who has been lately visiting
In Buffalo) It'duci d me to try tho Spring
Blossom. It him perfectly cured mc. Price,
00 ccntH, trial bottles 10 cents.
A i.Aiioij proportion of children who dio
early uro those wdio.se brain development is
unusually largo in comparison with the
body. Why is this? Simply because the
functions of the body are too' fmil to sup
ply tho waste going on in this brain conse
quent upon active intelligence. Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Jlypoplinsphites is so
prepared that it imparts the vital principle
directly to the bruin, while it assists in de
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
4,t Years lief ore the Public.
1 '" " li irtirTrTi'iTfg
Dr. C. McLANE'S
arc net recommended. is. t remedy "for.illihe
ills that fleh is lu ir to," but in nn'ettions of
the I.iver, and in all bilious Complaints, Dys.
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or dKe.v.es uf
that character, tlu-y stand without a rival.
ACHE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative thfy arc uncqualed.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
The pontine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on die lid with
the impression, Mi LANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McIne and Ei.kming Pros.
ttji" Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER TILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BK0S., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being fujt of imitations of (he
name MeLmie, spelled differently but
5COM POUND SYIU P OF
IS A CEliTAIN HKMKHY FOI
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS. ETC.
Compound Syrup of
sI'HKDILY' :' AND I'EiiMANEMLY Ct T.KS
Congestion of the Lurit", Crcw-Miis, Concern)'
lion, Nervous 1'roMrntion. ShortiHM of Breath,
Palpitation tif tlie Heart. Tnmbiitiu of the ll'iud!
and I.imtn. Physical aud Mental Depression, Loss
of Aii-rito. Loss of cnersy, Lok of Memory. It
will rapidly improve the weakliest. I'lnelioi, and
organs) of th'1 body, which depend for health upon
voluntary, semi voluntary and Invuluuuiy nervous
It acts with U'or, gentlcress and si;),t!ety, (.wlng
to the exquisite harmony of it inert tiiiMs. akin tii
pure blond tte1f. Iw taete pleasant, aud it el.-ct
I) K H 1 l. 1 T V.
St John, N 11.
James I. Fellowe, Chemist. K John. N li,
lcHr Sir:-llaviiii; iis. d your Compound vr-ip
of llypophosphitt lor si roe time in my prneti'cc. I
have no limitation in riTonim-ndlr z it In my ps
tien's lo are snH'Til if from nenenil ilubi.ity, or
any disease of (he li.np, know ing that even in
eases utterly hopeless, it all, rils relief.
I am, sir. yours irulv. II. . ADJJY, M. D.
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management, therefore there nre no dtdavs at
w ay station nwaltinjr connection from other lines.
Close nnd sure connections at SI. Louis with other
lines for North. Lust and West
J . A. NAl'OLK, L. M. JOHNSON.
Atfent Cier.eral M.inaj,'er.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. II.
ti i p:
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Kunnin
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikect Connection'
TiutNs Lfisvtf Caiiio:
11:1 Tj a in. Mail.
Arriving iu St. Louis S):4' a tn ; Chicago. :'fl p.m. ;
Connecting at dinand Kffinuham for Cmc.n
null, Luuisviile, IinLanapol'. ami p-.im L is'..
11 :! .'i.in. Ht. I, on in ami WVhUtii
rrivina In St. Louis "M p. m., and connecting
fur all points rt'est.
-4:'i p.iii. l-'awt Kxr-KH
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Lou
l'l;ei p.m., and Chicago T:.') a m
4 : ' p in. 'irn-iiiiiat 1 10 x prews,
Arrivius at Cincinnati T-oo tin.; Louisville 7:Cm
a.m.; Indianapolis 4;ii a.m. Passengers l-v
this train reach the above point 1 :j to li'i
lioLKS ;u advance ol any other route.
t'f '"The 4 :-m p. m. express has PL'LI.M AN
l.hF.PINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wttlioet
chanties, and through sleepers lo St. I.ouls and
Fast Time Fast. .
l'-1 tvOIKfOlV ,'-T "UL' ,!" l!ir,"iS-'h ,rt 1
1 11.1 l.i ftp points without jny delay
caused by Stiml.iv Intervenini;. The s-iturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives in new ork Mot, day
morniui; at P':.'l.'i. Thirty-six hour iu advance f
any other rout,-,
t'?For through tickets and further information,
appir at Illinois Central lUilroad liepot. Cairo.
JAa. JOHNSON, J 11 JONKS,
Oen. Southern Aqent. Tic ket Atr-r t .
A. II HANSON. Oen P. Afent. Chicago.
(iliAY'S SPKCIKIC MFDICIXK.
TRADE MARK.Ths fireat KiipHsli 'J KADK JIAKK
Itemi-dv, an un
failing" cur-1 for
hper in a t orrhoea,
linpoteucy. and all
diseases that fol
low as a conse
quence of self
abuse; us loss of.
I.L.Itinlii r.u 1.. T., ,),.. iturif l,,t.J-. n .
ne ol vision, premature old age. "
atid uuiny other diseases that lead to Insanity or
-onsntnptlon and a premature (.-rave.
Full particulars In our pamphlet, which we de
sire to send free by niail to every one. The spe
cific medicine is sold by all dtiipe;ist at t per
packu'.-c, six for $' or will be sent tree by mail on
receipt of the mot'Ky bv addressing 1 11 K OKA Y
MEDICINK CO., No. : Mechanics block, Detroit (
Mich. Sold in Cairo by Ilarclay ltros., Paul IJ
Schuh and Geo. K. O'llara.
To .Nervous Sufl'ercrs 1 lie (iretit Europium Remedy-It.
. I. H. Simpson's Spei-llii! Jleillelne.
Dr. .1 1. Simpson's Specific Medicine i a post
'Ive cure for Spermatorrhea, Jmpofoncy, Weaki.esi
and all discuses n sultliiK from Self-Abuse, a Ner
vous Debility, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lsssitt.de, Pepression id Spirits and functiolnil di
rtin.'emcnt of the Nervous System generally Pain
in lliu k or Side, I.os of Memory, Premature Old
Ago and ('isease
tbut lead to Con
ty -ud an early
grave, or both.
No e alter how
ystem may be
from excesses of
nnv kind, u shoit
course of this inedii ine w ill realuro the lost In in
lions and procure health anil happiness, where be
fore whs despondency and gloom. Ihn Hpnrlilc
Mectlclnu ie beli.u used with wonderful sue
cits. Puiiiphli-ts sent free to all. Write for them and
get full particulars.
Price, Specific. $1 -0 per packnge, or fix pack
ages fur f VOo. Will be ent by mail on receipt ol
money. Address till orders,
J. It. SIMPSON'S MKDIC'NIC CO.,
Nos. li4 snd H Mi M ni n St., lliill'alo. N. Y.
week In vottr own town, $r, outfit freo. No
l)l)risk. Header, I r you want a business at
le'- which persons of either sex ran make greut
day all the time tln-v work, write for particulars tu
II. IIALLKTT CO.. Portland.
tK -A Ottltll liirnlshert tree, with full In
v!' 1 I Istrnctlons for condtieting the most
rV I I Iprollliiblubtislnessthiit any one can
f J I engage In. The business is so eusy
TT lo learn, and our liistruetlnns are so
simple and plain, that any ono can
ii i as, o grent prollts Irom tlie start. No ono ran fall
who Is willing to work. Women are as successful
as ii eti Ilova and girls t an enrn large sums.
Mai-y havo made at the business over one hundred
dollars h it single week. Nothing like It ever
known before. All w ho engage nre snrnrlsd nt the
eitse and rapldllv with which they are able to tniike
money You run engatio In till business tlnrin
your spare time at grent profit. Youdo not have to
Invest capital In It. We tnke nil the risk. Thosu
who need readr money, should wtlro to us lit once.
All furnished free. Address TKCIS CO., Au
pnstn. Maine, .
M OTIU 10,
Caiiio, Iii.inoih, Decomher, 10, 1RS0,
Thn regular nnniiiil meeting of the stockholders
of the Ct(v National Hank of Cairo, for the purpose
of electing seven directors, will be hold at the of
lire of :ibl bank, In Ihl" city, on Tuesday, .lannary
11, Issl . Poll ot'i'ti at in o'clock u. nt, and close
at i u, clock p, m. of said (lav,
THUS, W, II ALL1DAY, Cashier.
SICK HEADACHE !
We Moan Cured, ot Merely IMievec
And Can Provu What wo Claim.
Ftp-There are no failures and no disappoint
meiits. If vim Hr troubled with Si CK i I aTT
AC UK you can be eusliy and iul,.kly eiired,""s
hundreds havo been aln-ady. Wii'sliiili'iuTiibuTsed
to loml a slieetof testluioiiialH tn any int. rt-nU-d '
(irter's Little Liver Tills
Also cure all forms of Illlionsiiess. prevet t c.nstl
Pinion and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from loo hearty eating, correct Disorder
ol the htomaeh. Sliinulate the Liver, and It.-gtilnto
the Hovv-el. They ,lo u ,,H ,y ,UlIll, JuM 0R,
Utile pill At ttdoku. They are pur'ly vegei !,,. do
not gripe or purge, an.t an- as nearly p.-r!eet' a
It Is possible for li piil to be. Pri, e c r t. 5f,,r
I. old by drigglsi evervutiereur si-m by r.aii
. CAHTEK AIKDK INK Co.. KKIE. PA
INIJI A N
To make a -iut ..f ni-diclne giurnnte,.,) , , .,.
Inroors of tl,e Blood. DvM,eps a. I.tv, r Troubles,
Kliluey Wenkne... or (.en-ral D. bnin. .ut ,J
Ore's- '"" '' "r '' ,u,k";i''- lor S' Ad-
I ALON.oCltEENE. ludlan I),-, tor
M', Pine St ,M. J.oii:..Vo.
V 7 7 7 exp,-:.se, to
'Jill a'i.ts. Outtlt free Address P
u. VK'ELHV. Augi.Ma. f!ulie'
DYEl;TILl:s: fe,lf,r,lr , lh
'eai new. pipers. (,eo. J'. !;,,, -Ji lV l ., 'lo
Sprue e .-t.. N. V.
NKW A D V E I.TI S F. M E N Ts
Al 'ANTED. -Mantitncluring cor , , ru ants a
bii.in.-.s nian Hi Cairo, un i ir.cvervi it , nut al
ready (ak.-n i A lew hundred dol!a nec.'-siy to
pay for g x ds on delivery slier orders have been
secured lor the same. t,er month profit
giiaratil.ed. The niest searching Inve-Mgatlon
solicit..,! A S . A ll N'OI.D t CO . con -r Fir-'
Street and Ilroadway, Erui klvn, N, Y.
I wrfei!f eu.-. FrflOfttino I ths h,-i t t i h - r.-.-h.
s.i ,ii,'l,,",l x'-au ,riti,-i, tii lap w,rl, ,i..-n-.i
awjrt st I'i W : Ktp- . .ni -i , l-r
buiaoj.ruu. w h acKitrmia co n r
A'.irvW.'M tw "
laiins Ppt Rt!-''
DR. KLINE SGREar
'r all llai .NravalussAsis ,- iur
Isr.t lisli If Uksn , Ulrctnl. A'' P'io:f
ti'iUlati Ire.iiv and it trill lottDlr, . La
Is t i,i,n ,il) pay 'nf xpriwas. :'l n.,,
I'. O. an! rxprss. a.l,r- to Pa. K I. INK. y. I
VvlUiont m.!Mnc. AL1.AWH SOI.mt.i: MKTII.
( ATElJ iUiloiEa. Patsnted Ocllr I'i.
No. 1 will cure any ev In f,,or dav.. or I
No.tl will e-jre tn msil obstinate case, :i , ru:i'r
Of liow li,tl Jtti:rtii;K.
No nauseous tiifi of enbeM, enpalhi or :l of
Vadilwood. thai are rirta:n t pr,s;nee d)-- j,. t
tf destroying inn eosun.-. of the st ,i-. So
tyringt or nmnsrrnt iic tiont lu prouueu oUier
s rlou. rof.iilictl,n..
Price i.i. roil ii PV ALL DHCGOLsTS, or
IDallod' S receipt of iiriee.
tutt f her f,rtl' Ulrs send fnr circular.
. P. 1. 11, X 155). J (J. ALLAN I ()., S3 i,u Strt.t.
WeiHi r toOO reward f r sty cr : ttoy aiil not
Uulck.safc and sore cart.
OrUdytlialsi n :,r
sddrinaillreei r.es ,u.
tbinu Vs hu M ill, ll.iit
may prny the ttepiilng-stonn to a life of niee, .
Ulii i-specislly ad oiled lo those who lave r r.cn.-d
the fn or th" hill. Address II. u M., .7i
Oreniwich Street, New York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK !
OK. KI.elfM AMI SACTt oR TIK vr fif,
Inl if m.l.ll k l.rtntri, M.cl,.M'l, M,r,b.tl., P, ..ni.li,
tu l-iiV., er III. Sick, li.llillJtlr 1, iM.',lt, ll , - -.'. A ,
t fv-.. .S im-n ('"fiv -,.. Aldt.M 4 it- ki A-'UtI,
141 .-,.,ll 'Ui Sit.. I, UrM,liivu, N. f ,
upcrt Monday r;rtltl.t.
Hlylli... he,. Out
I bound and Llu-tra.
f U'd, si-nt us u t
e . . . , .
t '-Ii.mSi. iii,i rr-i- suui:' '. . ;.
Kill l'ub. Co., lAiiustiiSth Slrtet, Y. ( ry.
l'on.ij;e ou bouki&Ci-t; reyi-u n.d 1 1.....
EAKS Toil THE MILLION!
'oo Clioo's Jliilsaiii of Slunk' Oil
Positively llestoresthe Ileiirliig, and 1 the Only
Absulule Cure lor Dciifnese hnowti.
This Oil Iseslracled from n peculiar specie of
small White Shark, caught 111 the Ye, low Ses,
known ss ( arrharodoti 1,'otideli III. Every ( Idneso
tlsliei'inaii know it. Its virtues a a rcHorallve or
hearing wer discovered by a lliiddliisl Priest uliout
the venr MUi. It oures were so iHiinerotis and
muny so seeininglv miraculous, that the remedy
was olllrlally proclaimed over the ctitlic Kiiiplio.
Its use became so tit Ivcr.ul that forod r 'inoyeam
lio deafeliess has existed aiuoiig the t l,lt e-e peo
ple. Sent, charges prepaid, to any addr ss nt 1 per
UUlU' only Imported by HAYLOCK A CO..
soi.b aoknts roit amkiiU'A. TDeyM.. I'iiwork.
Its virtue tiro uiiiiiesilnnnlile nnd itscurnllvo
rhnracter nhsoliite, us the writer can ) I' soually
testify, both from experience and ohscrMiilon,
Amoiitf the muny renders of the eevliw in one
part and nn Hot ol' the country, It is probable thai,
numbers un- ulllicted wlt'i dealnes". nnd to such It.
may be said: -Wrlloat nin e to Ilaylock A: Co.. V
Iley Sire, t, New Yoilo enclosing ?1, nnd you will
receive by return n remnlv 1 1ml. tvlll eniibKi jott to
hoar like anybody else, and whose curative t ilcct
will be permanent on will never regret doing
so." Editor of New York .Mercaiilbu II, view,
Sept. "'.th. IfM) .
) Yourselves by tiniklng mon
ey when n golden eliiinci Is
o'lfered, thereby alwaya
keeping poverty from your
- door. Those who always
take advantage of tho good
ehiinrc for making, money that are offered, aeiieritl
ly become wealthy, while those who tlo not im
prove uch rlmnces remain In poverty, W" want
innny men. women, hoys iiinl ylrls to nn work for ti
llglit In their own localities, Tlie business will
jmy mnro than ten times ordinary wnis, Wo
furnish an enpensenslvo ottlllt nnd all lliat yotl
need free, No olio who engages falls to makrt
lnonny rapidly. Yon can dovole yonr whole time
lo the work, ornnlv your spare moments, Full
Information nnd nil that Is needed sent free, Ail
dress ST1NBO.N & cu., Portland, Mulnu,
h' I s?Ti'i-'-!ar-,n'
Mr i .. i. n