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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNDM, DECEMBER 17, 1830.
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The Florence Nightingale of the
Nursery The followim Is an extract
from a letter written to the German Refom
Messenger, at C'linmbersburgli, I'enn:
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
arc so sure, that we will teach our "Susye
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
. helping her to survive and escape the grin
ing, colicking, and teething seige. Mrs.
Winslow 'b Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrhoea. 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. Wc have never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething," If we hud the power
we would make her, as she is, a physical
Mrior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 23 cents a bottle. (2)
We desire to call the attention to our
readers to tlie Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vcrtisemeu. appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $830 Square Grand
Fiano, 3 stringed; octaves, in a hand
some rose wood case, for only $243; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains, for the Holidays, includir.tr
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 fur the Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Piano Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
ltim more than one-halt the price charged
by other first class makers. This 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
"May we never want a friend or a bottle
to give him." A bottle of Dr. Thomas' lie
lectnc Oil, which cures cuts, wounds, burns,
fecalds, etc. Paul G. Sciiuii, Ag't.
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
arly decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
sond a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a Belf-addrcssed envelope to tho Itcv. Joseph
T. Inmau, Station D, New York City.
The Pleasures of Hope.
When tho body is bowed with pain an
intense longing tor relief brings hope. This
way brighten the suffering but it does not
cure. At a time like this how welcome is
such friend as Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, bringing home, health and Imp
piness and the joys of a renewed life.
S. II. Iitwis, 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.'" Sue
Couons. "Brown a Ttrmip.liinl
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
re 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 uso for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
ttaple remedies of the age.
The TnnoAT. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches' act directly on the organs of tho
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of tho throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
prod u co a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find tho Troches uso
A Couon, Cold, Catauiiii of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably givo relief. Imitations aro offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
Tho genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
aro sold only in boxes.
TLe Dictionary and OjRters.
At tin; French Academy one day tho
member of ihe committee were en
deavoring to establish a distinction be
tween the words "de suite" nnd "tout
de suite." Kach of the members sug-
geslcil a dillcrent. ilcliiiitioii. "Gentle
men," said liois-ltoberl, "let us go iim
eat n dozen oysters. We will discuss
the question while doing so." Tho pro-
posul was agreed to, and the party ar
rived at me restaurant, "l'lease open
for us," said Bois-Kobert, "de suite, six
dozen oysters. ' "les," ndded Countrt.
"and serve them t us tout de suite."
'Hut, gentlemen," said the woman,
"how can I open your oysters de suitt
and serve them tout do suite?" "HowP"
replied one. of the Academicians, on
whose mind light was breaking. "You
can open six dozen de suite, that is. one
after the other, nnd then serve them
tout tie suite, that is, ns soon as you
have opened them." That definition
of the two phrases was adopted, and
now appears in the Academy's Diction
Miss riynn's Lover.
Miss Mary Flynn was studying medi
cine and being courted at the same
time. Mr. William lludd was attending
to the latter iiurt of the business. One
evening, while tliev were sitting togeth
er in the parlor, Mr. lluddwas thinking
how he should propose. Miss Flynn
was explaining certain physiological
facts to him.
"Do von know," she said, "that
thousands of persons are actually ignor
ant that they smell with their olfactory
"Millions of 'em," replied Mr. Budd.
"And Aunt Mary would not believe
me when I told her she couldn't wink
without a iphincter muscle?"
"Why, a person cannot kiss without
"I know it is so!"
"May I try if I can?"
"Oh, Mr. Budd, it is too bad for you
to make light of such a subject,"
Then he tried it, and while he held
ner hand, she explained to him about
the muscles of that portion of the hu
"It is remarkable how much von
know about those things," said Mr.
Budd "really wonderful. Now, for
example, wha't is the bone at the back
of the head called?"
"Whv, the occipital bone, of course."
"And what are the names of the mus
cles of the arms?"
"The spiralis and the intra-spirali,
"Well, now, let me show yon what I
mean. When. J put my intra-piralis
around your waist, so, is it your occip
ital bone that rests upon my shoulder
blade in this way?"
"My back hair, primarily, but the
occipital bone, of course, "afterward.
But, oh, Mr. Budd, suppose papa should
come in and see us?"
"Let him come! Who cares?" said
Mr. Budd, boldly. "I think I'll excuse
a sphincter and take a kis."
"Mr. Budd, how can you," said Miss
Flynn, after he had performed the feat.
"Don't call me Mr. Budd; call me
Willie," he said, drawing ln.r closer.
"You accept me, don't you? I know
you do, darling."
"Willie," whispered Miss Flynn, very
"I can hear your heart beat."
"It beats only for you, my angel."
"And it sottnds out of order. The
ventricular contraction is not uniform."
"Small wonder fur that when It's
bursting for joy."
"You must out yourself under treat
ment f-r it. I wifl ive you some med
icine." "It's your own property, darling; do
what you please with it. 'But somehow
the sphincter operation is one that
strikes me mot favorably. Let us
again see how it works?"
But why proceed? The old, old story,
The Family Rudder'
A comstocker who was having his
hair cut not long since gave, relates an
American contemporary, tho barber
particular instruction not to remove a
long lock that projected in a somewhat
unsightly way from the front of his
head. "It doesn't become vou," said
the barber. "Can't help that," said the
customer. "Better let me take it off,"
said the barber. "Just you leave it as
it is," said the man. "lint," persisted
the barber, "I can't give you a smooth,
decent cut if I leave the hair so long in
in front. It will look like the very
deuce. I can't see what you want it
left there for." "That's because you
don't know what it is you don't know
the uso of it." "I know it's a hunch of
hair, and know that it's deuced unbe
coming just where it is." "Yes; it is a
bunch of hair and it is something more
than a bunch of hair. It's the family
rudder." "The family what?" "The
family rudder. When things don't go
right at home, my wife always grabs
hold of that lock of hair. She would
feel lost without it. When she gets hold
of that, she can handle me steer me in
the right course, so to speak and
when I go in the right course the whole
family go in the right course, and all is
well. I've got used to it now and don't
mind it. Should I lose my hair and be
come bald, or should you give me a
righting cut all oyer, there would be no
way of steering me; I should become
unmanageable, and sooner or later a
total wreck. No, sir; don't you disturb
tho family rudder."
t , . Induced to Chew.
Litlk Rink fi'iuaie,
"I never tried to chew tobacco but
once," remarked the Bev. Mr. Bodwell.
"I shall never forget the circumstance."
"Tell us about it," remarked ayoung
lady, who, a few moments before, had
been baptized by the rev'd gentleman.
"I was a very small boy at the time,
and whs a great favorite of Daniel, a
colored man, owned by my father. I
used to go out to Dan's cabin at night
and listen to his ghost stories until I
w as afraid to cross tu. yurtl to the great
house, as the negroes termed our resi
dence. One night, when the wind scat
tered the snowllakes around tho old
cabin, jmd while several largo sweet
potatoes roasted h, tho j sat witli
old Daniel. No oik. who lias been
raised mining colored peophican forget
the comfort of sitting around the cabin
lire. The old spiniting-wheel, the ham
per baskets in the corner, the red bed
steads, and the dug-out cradle, allcomo
back and defy tho inllueneo of glowing
future and soft rugs. Dan was strik
ingly communicative on tho night In
question. Wo had killed hogs that day,
and tho truth is, old Dan had been
" 'Tom,' remarked tho old man, 'yer
don' chaw terbarker, does yerP'
" 'No, sir.'
'"Dat's a pity. A boy who doesn't
chaw terbarker never will be a man.
I'll bet you can't spit ober dat back log.
"I tried, and failed signally,"
"Pur, now. Doan yer know dat a
boy what can't spit will never be a man?
II:iben' yer noticed how a man can suit ?'
" 'Yes, sir.'
" 'Wall, heah, take dis,' and he cut me
a piece of tobacco from a large twit
' 'Smack dat in yer inout, an' chaw
while de taters is ruastinV
"I obeyed, and in a few moments
could spit like a man.
" 'Cum down on it. savage.' he said.
Hit hard. Watch me.' and he chewed
vigorously. The tire grew excessively
warm. I looked rround, and the ham
per baskets scenic! to be tumbling over
"Doan spit it out. Hit savage. Chew
hard. De victory is in sight. Is ver
"No, sir; but but .' I had eaten
a hearty simper, but within three min
utes from the lime I threw out the to
bacco I was as empty as one of the
hamper baskets, and as limber as the
spinning-wheel band. Dan snread a
blanket on the floor, and, as I dozed off
to sleep, I heard him blowing the tushes
from the potatoes. I never have taken
Dumas' new niece has not vet been
even read to the actors of the Francais,
and yet people are beginning to discuss
the plot. It appears that the play is in
live acts. In the first act we see a young
rrtrl nf 17 In flu. miilwt .f lipr f'imilv
!ln the second act the young girl, whose
name is Lionette, is married. In the
third act, ten years later, Lionette de
deives her husband and elopes with her
lover. In the foiith act the lover elopes
with a cocolte. In the fifth act the
lover marries the cocolte and the hus
band takes back his wife, by whom lie
has had a child. The husband will be
played by Coouelin, the lover by
Delaunay, Lionette by Croisette, and
the cocotte bv Bartet.
From the Farm.
Nice plump turkey most people
lave a weakness that wav is what on
many a farm the young people of the
hotisi-hold are now looking forward to
produce. Turkeys in a few month will
not be the least remunerative departr
ment of the farm-yard when properly
cared for and fed. In the majority of
eases in this country, turkey rearing
hardlv pavs for the large outlay in
trouble and other expenses. But they
are undoubtedly profitable to raise when
reared on profitable principles, which
means plenty of food, care ami exercise.
There is a great difference of opiniun in
regard to fattening turkeys, but ex-
icrience has shown breeders that the
jest way to get the greatest number of
pounds of flesh is to feed the birds all
they will eat, right from the time they
hatch out till they are ready for market.
While they are running at large is
the time to develop them. They undoubt
edly get much food in the fields, the
scattered grain, the "hoopers," worms,
etc., but then they must be supplement
ed bv daily or twice daily feeds of grain
at the barn. Turkevs cannot hear
confinement, especially when in smalt
flocks or singly, and could never be
ontineu more then a week or ten days
before killiiiir. An ordinary rail pen is
one of the best for the purpose, for they
like to be on the ground, At this time
feed principally on cooked or soft food
and plenty of milk, if you have it to
spare, giving occasionally hard whole
grain to keep the flesh solid and firm.
Hogs in Winter.
There is no domestic animal that
suffers so much from exposure to cold
and wet as tho hog. He is a native of
a wild climate, and should be treated
as his nature demands if we would turn
his peculiarities to our advantage. And
during winter he should be provided
with warm, drv quarters, plenty of
warm, clean bedding, and an abundant
supply of nutritious, fat and heat-producing
food. For this purpose there is
nothing equal to corn, owing to the
large amount of carbon in its composi
tion, which the hog appropriates in
producing fat and heat to warm his
system the s.'ime as our stoves to warm
our rooms. The colder and the more
exposed these rooms are the more fuel
we aro obliged to consume to make
them comfortable, Just so with the
hog the less care is expended in mak
ing his quarters comfort able, the more
corn he must consume, to keen up the
animal heal, and, if not supplied with
the necessary nmount of food, his system
has to fall back on carbon it has stored
in the form of fat, and he must neces
sarily lose in weight, at his careless or
thoughtless owner's expense.
Hogs should also have a good, supply
of water, as it is impossible for them to
digest their food without water to
dissolve it nnd convey it into the blood.
They should be kept constantly supplied
with salt, coal and ashes. 'Sail is a
valuable stimulator of the appetite and
During warm days in winter the feed
should lie vegulated according to the
temperature, just i we would regulate
the fuel according to the demands of
the weal her. When the weather sud
denly becomes warm, animals lose their
appetites, and arc liuble to become
"Mulled." .Some cooling, succulent
food, as slop or vegetables of some kind,
should be substituted for the more heat
lug food of grain.
Poeswav nnd salt will make flat irons
as clean and smooth as gins. Tie a
lump of wax in a rag and kc'j It for
that purpose. When the Irons are hot,
rub tl lem with the wax rag, then scour
with a paper or rag sprinkled with salt.
Boiling Water will remove tea stains
and many fruit Mains; pour the water
through the stain, and thus prevent it
from spreading over the fabric, while
soaking in milk before washing will
always remove ink Mi. ins JVoin any fab
15 Yearn Before the Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that llcsli is heir to," lait in allections of
the Liver, and in all Ililious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE 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 box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and Fleming Bros.
XttS) Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER FILLS, prepared by
FLEMING I1K0S., Pittsburgh, ia.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
ISA CI.UTA1N REMEDY KOIt
CONGESTION OP TDK LUNOS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
SPEEDILY; 5'AND pehmasestly cures
Congction of the Lunpf , Krocchitjp, Cone limp
tloD, Ni'rvout l'roftrutlon. Sburtorra of Ilreatb.
Palpitation of toe Hcurt. TrcmblliiBol the llanda
end Limbs, Phrrlca! und Mental Dejirmion, to,
of Appetite, Losa of energy, I.te of Memory, It
will rapidly improve the ttcakntM. f-itcitocB and
organs of the body, which depend for health upon
voluntary, pimi-voluntary and Involuntary nervous
It acts with ieor. ccttlcTt-'s and subtlety, Bwlng
to the exquisite harmony of in Inercdierts. akin to
pure blood itself. lt tatte pleasant, aid Its effect
IJ E II 1 M T V.
St. John, N. B.
Mr. James I. Fellows, Chemist, St. ilnhn, N It,
Dear Sir: HaviLC used ynur Compound Syrup
of Ilypotihosphites fur some time in mypractlce, I
have no hesitation in rcc ommendtnn it to mv pa
tients who are suffering from peteral debility, or
any disease of the luuns, knowing that even in
rases utterly hopeless, it affords relief.
I atn, sir. yours, truly, II. U. ADDY, M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DKUfiGISTS.
To Nervous Snfiems-l he firrat European Rem-
edv-Dr. J. B. Jiimpson'sSjieritfc Medielne.
Dr. J B. Simpson' Specific Medicine is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotenry, Weakness
and ali disea-'-s resulting front Self Abuse, as Ner
vous Debilitv. Irritability, Mei.tal Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude. Depression ot.Splrilaand functional de
ranuemectr ot the Nervous System renerallv Pains
!n Hack or Side. Liws of Mvmorv, Prematura (Dd
Aje atd eiseasei
that leud to ('on
ty md an early
crave, nr both.
No mutter bow
system may be
from ex''essr of
any kiDd, u short
coarse or tins medKiue ill ren-.orw toe lost luue
lions and procure liealtli and happiness , where be
fi'ie wss Je'posdencT and ejoum I he Sperillc
Medicine is being neil with wonderful suc
cess. PunipMets sent free to all. Write lor them and
pet full particular",
I'rire. Spec iiic. $! .(ft per ps' kttfe. or Mx pack
!." for f YMi. V ill he s.'in t,y n.si! ou receipt of
li.oter Address ail orders,
,T is, MMi'SOVS .MEDICINE CO.,
No- 101 slid tin Main St., l'.uila'.o, N, Y.
a week in ynnr own town, S'i outfit frre. No
Jl)risk. Reader, il yon want a business at
which nersoi.s of either sex can make irreat
day all the time they work, writ-: for particulars to
II. HALLETT A CO.. Portland.
"1 r i ourselves by making mou
Ji I I ley when a irolden chance is
offered, thereby always.
keeping poverty from your
door. Tlioso who always
tnke ailvantu'."! of the good
rhancep for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those v. ho do not im
prove such chances remain in poverty. We want
many men, women, bovs rjt girls tu do work for us
right in their own Jncalltlcs. The bus'ness will
uy more th tin ten times ordinary wages. We
fiirriiih an expenseiisive outfit and all that you
need free. No on'- who -uanai-f f to make
money rapidly. Y on can detote your whole time
to the work, or only your spare moment. Full
information and nil that is needed sent free. Ad
drsss STINSON Js t'O., Portland, Maine,
HOOTS AND SHOES
Manufacturer and dealer in Custom made
BOOTS am) SHOES.
Finest ami XeuM'-t
stock of Custom
Made Hoots mill
Sinn's for Iloys'iuul
Men's wear to m
1'ouml in the cily,
No other shop can
compare with it.
N, II All work wtirrni ted. and Repnirilif! ncutly
done on shoit notl'-v.
Vwlltll Ilelween ( inimeri lol and
JiI-,11111 Ol., ( Washington Ave.
TK -4 Outfit lurnlslii.il tree, with In
P I ( Istrurtloiis for eondiutlnti tlm most
J I I I lirulliiilile business that any one can
fill I J engage In. The business Is bo eusy
Tr to learn, in d our lintruettiins are so
simple nuil plain, that any one e.nv
rnnke greiit profits irorn tlm sturt. No one fun full
who Is willing to work, Women tire as successful
ns nien. I In) Mini girls rim earn largo sums.
Many have made Hi Ihe business ovi r one linndred
dollars In n single week. Nothing Hlic ll ever
known before. All who engage are Huiprls.il nl the
ease hmI rapidity with wlili b I hey fire able to make
money, You can engage In Oils business during
your spare time at grentptoflt, Youdo not Imve Id
invest capital In It, We lake all the risk. Those
who need ready iintliev. should wllio to ua at once.
All furnished free, Address Tltl'K A t.'U., Au
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TA11LE OP I'AHNKNOKK TtlAINH EIIOM
V1NCUNNE8 (Nov. U0, 1879.)
No. a Day Express (Except Sunday)..,. l::)0p. m.
Kpresst Except Sunday) li'l.'ip, m,
" 4 Nljjhl Express (Dally) UltfOa. in.
No, R Express (Exeunt Sunday) (1:05 a.m.
" 1 Day Express (Except Sunday)...; :S p, m.
" a Niuht Express (Dully) l::5a. m.
J. R. Ci.auk, c. S. Conk, Jii..
Agent iucennea. Ueu. Ticket Ag't Clucliiuati
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Jr. AV. HMIT1U0KS, Hocifflver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINK BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo S:l:.a m
Tkroiu'h KxtireMA itrpivLd u i,' u r ...
T hrough Express leaves K. St. Louis.... !i:oo!,m
'I'll l,,, in, I, L ..-I. , r- . - . .
. u.x,m i,a,ii;bh arrives Ul 1 airo 0:ll p.m
... ... t...j wu. ...i,iiiii,,uuiiuiiieavui. i siru l :w II. m.
M ll. onvHlmrri A.. ,n(vu. .i m .. ...i.
i I riinv.n,iriiup.,,mn,..H., .... .
. - . . .... . ....... n., .nur,,,,, uuuru I ..) p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leavos Murph) sboro ,. 5:Ona.m.
Murplivshoro Acc. arrives at Cairo lliJfia.m.
oi. i.ouiHiiuii noaq is the only all
Hall Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
,. ...,..,,Mv- .ii,-,,; hit uh nemvs at
way stations awaiting connections from other'linea
t loSe HTlfl Hllt-i. .rl,lti..f.ti,...d C. I....I I , t.
,. I, . -'"""ii" "n Hi Ol. Willi OlUCr
lines for North. East and West.
j .a. aALtti.K. i. m ..rmiNsriv
AlivDl OeLeral Manager.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Kunniii?
9 DAILY TltAIJfS
Making Dikkct Connection
Tkaisb Leave Caiho:
.'1:1 ,r it in. Mitil.
Arriving In St. Louis 0:4:. a m : Chlcajo, H::; p m. ;
i imiim c bi uuiu aim jMiin'nani mi i incui
n at i , Louisville, Indianapolis aud points Ka
11:10 ii. in. Ht. I,ouiH and Western
Arriving in St. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
lor an points west.
4; p.m. Knst Kxnri-'H.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriviue at St Louts
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:$) a m
A :!JO p.m. Cincinnati I'lxproH.4,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a m.; Louisville 7:.'0
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:') a.m. Passengers ru
tins train reach the above points 1 !J tu ;iti
HoL'KS in advance of auy other route.
HTll 1 -Oil Ti n a., I,.. DI'IIUIV
p., . .... . w . ,.. .... v . im rn nan i .... .11 ,i
S I I, Fl'l C. f 1 II ... I'i... , ...1,1 .
..-,. . , .11 U W I.I1KI1IIIIILI, V.1II1HI.I
changes, and through aleepers to M , Lotus and
Fast Time Kast.
'W4;PllTflV lni "ne 8 through to I t.
. aont. 1 ern rioints without .iriv dslv
caused by Suudav Intervening. The Saturdav after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Moudav
morning at 10:3j. Thirty-six hours in adauceof
any other route.
tror through tickets and further information.
apply at Illinois Central Kailruad Depot Cairo.
JA. JU1I0, 4 II JONES,
!en. Southern Agent. Ticket Ageot.
A H. HANSON, Cieu. I'sss, Agent. Chicago.
NEW A I) V KKTIS KM ENTS.
tW .0 $!.'); fu f.'j Stops. I'D
AM!!il Ul) J'urter flee
Address DANIEL 1'. BEATTY.
Washington. N. J.
DIVCJ IAVQ Procured for all soldiers
from any ca:ise: alno for
heirs of deceased soldier' The slightest disability
eniltles UiDLnV'lf kVO I.w..,.,., ...1 I
I pension 1 JVXOlViO JlICIfilMi;
llountr and new discharges nriK'ured. If In doubt
aa towbether entitled to anything, scud two :te.
siauips for our "Clretilnr of Information.'' Ad
dress, with stauilis, STOilDAUT 1 I'll. Solicitors
of Cbiims and patents, room S, St Cloud building.
w usnuieiou u. c.
Tfiwest prices evsr known
on iirrsea l.ondera,
'tie, and ltevolwra,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
ul greatly rwiticfj pric.
N-ti'J fttamii for our Ntw
111... . . ...I .
Readings I Recitatlunsl Eloculionl
703 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. J
This liiimW is anirirmwltti llis SrlM.andPfintlni in
clh.r liesnaao pl.n'li'l Irclamntlona ami ItrsJInrs
fimblnllir Heftllmf nt, Orlry, Pathos, Humor, ran.
"Upp. t'rlf,30 eti-. ninle'l ires, noiuor nousMiicri.
Irsry boy who ii'i-ilis pit-res. sverv inrmlif r nf a .j wn
who wsti's Hemrtbintc New 'o rs'lte. ihiinlil tirt tba
VholoHrt. Clubritri. amt Full l.Ut of t oslenu, rrra.
YVuaJsvuavolurMHoolisol ViAiooi'cs.''i kiac;s
Biumei' of Liliertj,
Fottniloil liy 0. 1, l.i'clio.
Wth year of piibllnitlon, The old Jefle'sonlan
Democriitlc Weekly, the Hannku or Liiikiitv,
should he taken lu every Democratic fuiully iu tho
IT CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS,
Market lie ports, a Cbobe Selection of K.iadiug
Mutter and Sound Duniocratlc Intelligence,
Only 81 .00 JJer Yoar.
Copy tree to person sending club of ten,
.AM KNTH VAN I'l'll) In every Cotm-
Send for snniple copy freu.
llA.Eil ui' i iur.iu
Ellenvlllu, N. V,
GIIAY'H SPECIFIC JIKDIC1NE,
TRADE MAHK.Tha (Ireat English 1 HADE MARK
Kemudy, an tin
full I ng euro for
Itnpotunry, nnd all
discuses that fol
low as a c,onse.
(tnmcu of self
DOlOrO IfUtlUgiiieiiiury, liulvi'isiU
Ti r m i i House; us loss oi,
bishltude, pnlp'n tho liack. dim -if.,.- ToVJ-,,
ness of vision, nrematurii old aize,t,-"'u ajajj,.
and miiny other diseases that lend to insaultyur
consiimpiloti and a premature grave.
l ull particulars In our pamphlet, which wo de
sire to send free by mall to every one, Tho ape,
i IHc medicine Is sold bv all druggists at It per
package, six fur 5, or will be tent free bv mall on
reeelpt of thu moiiity by addressliiglllK (1KAY
MKDIC1NK CO.. No.S Mechanics Mock. Detroit
Mich. Sold lu Cairo bv Ilarclny Uroi., I'niil O
Sell nil aud fjeo. E.
JtT! tfitr vfiiZiJryj
SICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Mi-rely Rt'licvi'i.
And Cuu l'rovu What wu Claim.
rrThru am no failures atid no dissi.nr.int.
inents. II you are, troubled with SICK UKAlT
'- ' ' . v . ii a.
Aril k v., i i, , , ' : : r-
,,. c tunny Blm quHuiy cured, as
hundreds have been already. Wu" shall be pleased
to mall a sheet of lesiliiiunlnl. to nny tilii'n m..-i)I
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms or Illliousness. prevent Consti
pation and Dyspepsia, promote Dleestlon. relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate thu Liver, and Hegulaie
mi'i .'.oi;lV. i d' tKklntr jnttone.
little pill at a do.u. They aru purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and are as nearly perfect aa
Il ls m,,s ble for a pill to bo. I'rlcu d cer ts. 5 for
Jl. tolif hv druggists evervwhere or sent by mall
CAHTEK MEDICINE CO.. ElilE. A
To make a (jnart or ruedielne t'uariii.te, ,l t ,.IlrP
lluniors i of the Klood, D.spepsia. Liver Troubles,
Kidney Weakness, or Inn, nil DebiJllv. u bv
dress 1""t '"'d' ('r r'1"u:k'';,'', '"r '
J. ALONZO l.HEENE. Indian Doctor.
Hl-i 1'lne St , m. Louis. .Vo.
V l t 7 f. A it and eip-i:si s t
f) ' rr"'"i".,.-!",',V'.1 r,,! A0.ir.ss,
i.viii.111, nui;us!u. ilhll.t
DYEHTIsEKS! send for our S. iert I.I-t of I o
'eal newspapers, lieo. I'. Howell A I o 'lu
Spruce St.. N. Y.
Ar ANTED. -Miitiufacturing conceru vants a
business man In ( nlro. nn i Ineierv citv . not al
readvtakeu.i A few hundred dollars necessary to
pay for goods on delivery "Her orders haw been
seemed for the ame, i.mj p,r niocth protit
guaranteed. The mo-t s.nrchmg investigation
solUlfed A S A UN OLD CO, cnn.er rlrst
Street and llroadway, Brooklyn, N, Y.
nerfrmly pin., Pronouni-.-1 ihs rn i,vih a .h.
f me4:':l fit imniisa la Ine w,.iU li.i:, u
i,ii im ni'iil'i Mr-'i1Ti. n1,t I',, i .?v
ijiijuiuioiuu. w h icEiirrELiN a co m t
nia Pstiyii Rej-C
DR. KLINE SGREAT
M r Due Dcfirnara
'it all RaiiR A .N ssra Iisaisa. cj,.v nr.
lRFai.iiaLl If tansn a (llm-tsd. y P.'kxi t
trHdav $ur. Tr.MClsssn.l fc! trial L.)tttri-.l
cur fitr 'i'i. ditiiu ami Xrrt Jflv.i
Kititienu,thsv psr imeiprrsiw. bmi iu,",
P.O.anl i.rs. s.1 Irr.i io ha. KMNK.i
without medrdne. At.l.A!T'9 SOI.mi.R VPTM.
t ATRD UoI OUj. i'awntrd Octolcr 10. Kt,
ha. 1 cure any rass In fmr dsvs or lss
No. J will cure tne Riust obstinate case, iiu ii,tu-r
Of how I'lngstandlng.
No nauseous ilvsci of enbehs, eopalha or nil r f
Qdi wood, that ar certun t i proifurs 'lyi tiii
ft d'-siroyimr ths rostlnits or trie i,.nii-ri No
syrloiresor MtriiiueriUnjrcuona to produce ottu r
Price I. SO. bul.l) PY ALL HHtJUGIsTS, or
Bailed i reeeljit of price.
For I' her partieniara send for elrculas.
K(l.n. xliE. J C, ALLAN CO., 13 Juim Street,
Wsoffi-r W0 rewsr l for any car ; toiy will Lot
Viiok.isfe and sure curs.
Orlsdr that 'n ! ir
aihln ss will revel ves..n
thihif free by ifni. th..t
may prove the stsppliiir-stnne to a life of s'l ' es-.
It la especially aifapted to those who tine r -i.'bed
tlie foot m the hill. A'llress M. YOl M,, !73
Ureenwicb Street, New York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK ?
I (ill, Rhi-U'KA AMJ MHS ')R 1 HK VM.V. 'V
Iri.l!iftfni 1 in rnrt, IkUchjii-i, M-fcUtiti, I f h,
StU'Utits, f th Hi. k, ltl,.itw.t( UnAtl, Huk-"-r A r ,
i Ss'-irna ("fv AS'. Ai J.li, k Jiliy,
141 S'uth Hii fttrjl, BrvAlvD, N. T.
ffupfrb Holiday i:1hiom
rSbylllui li' i A. J.
f bound and lilu.-'rv
I ted. s'nt as a t,reir..
Dr, Feote ! HEALTH
i WTi ts'g MONTHLY, at fl P- r
irftMaUiaSHMvear. Siintile ! -. .
Hill Iub. Ca, 10i iJaiTi&th Street, N. Y. Cf.y.
i'o-taye ou book Cents; reentered m...l,
EA11S Fort THE MILLION!
Foo f lion's llnlsmi of SlnuK's Mil
rosltlvely L'estores Ihe Hearing, nud Is ihe duly
Absulutu Cure for Diufness Know v.
This Oil is extracted from ft peculiar spicks of
small White Shark, ciniL'lit in the Yenow Sea,
known as I nrchiirodoii Kondelelll. Every Chinese
fisherman knows It . Its virtues as a restorative of
hearing were discovered by a Hilddlilst I'rle-I about
the year 1 11". Its cures Mere so numerous uud
intinv so seeinluglv miraculous, that Ihe remedy
was officially proclaimed over tho entire Kinplie.
Its use became so universal thatfor over ::oi years
no deiifeness has existed among the Chinese
pie. Sent, charges prepaid, to any address at $1 per
,,U"1U' Onlv Imported by ItAYI.OCK A CO..
soi.k AoKNTs roil amkiik a. 7 Dcy St., NcwYork.
Its virtues are iiii(iiestlonable and Itsmrntivo
chanicler alisoliite, as the writer can Jie sonully
testll'v, both from experience mid observntion.
Among the lnaiiv readers of the hcvlew in ono
part and an1 tber of the country, It Is probalve that
numbers are uilln ted w ith di'iifucs'. and to siKh It
may be said: "W rite at once to Haylock A Co.. 7
Dey Street, New York, eiiclos'tig St, nnd you will
receive by return a remedy that 111 enable you to
hear like anybody else, and whose curative etl'ecta
will be peru'ianent. Y'ou will never regret doing
so." Editor of New York Mercantile K' view,
Sept. '.'Mb, IHM).
i Outfit sent free to those who w ish to en
I f r" gnge In the most pleasant and profitable
rtiuslness known. Everything new.
g r Icnpilal not required. Wo will furnish
, everything. Jlila dayand upwurds is yet
TI easily made without atnylng away from
home over night, No risk w hatever. Jinny new
workers wanted nt once, Many aru making fort
unes at thu business. Ladles make as much ns
men, nud voting boys and girls maun great pay. No
ono who Is willing to work fulls to muku more
money every day than can be made In a week nt nny
other employment. Those who engage at once
will find ii short road to fortune. Address II.
HALLETT A CO,, Portland Maine.
a sMi aiv