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Music in the Nineteenth Century.
N. McRca, Wyebridge, Ontario, writes:
"I have sold large quantities of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil; it is used for colds,
snre throat, croup, etc., and, in fact, for
any affection of the throat it works like
manic. It is a sure cure tor burns, wounds
and bruises. Sold by Paul G. Scliuh.
Cocons. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches havo
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
itecn 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.
The TnitOAT. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Couon, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
arc sold only in boxes.
. JJufus Speaks.
Ono bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
Tftstored the voice when the person had
not spoken above a whisper in five years.
Sold by Paul G. Schuh.
Iti'Frs HoiiissoN, Nunda, N. Y.
Mr. George E. O'llara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers, lie has just received a supply
f that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
tever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
ran testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you valuo your life, give it a trial
nnd be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4 )
Wnv has Honio-opathy become so popu
lar? Because their medicines are so eav
to take: and this in one reason why Carter's
Little Liver Pills are so very popular.
.Everybody likes them.
In Re-Oeneral I'ublie.
10 cents versus Indigestion and Dyspepsia
--Why linger in the miseries of Indigestion
and Dyspepsia when there is an almost in
fallible cure to be found in Spring Blossom.
Trial size 10 cents; regular size 5u cents.
To all who are fillfTcrinir from fhn pm.ru
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
A.. 1 . C l.. I i .,,
i-aiiy ticvny, lima ui iiiuruiuou, etc., I Will
:nd a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
4 self-addressed envelope to the Kev. Joseph
T. Ionian, Station I), New York City.
i Thirty Ykakh' Exi'kuiknck ok an Old
Nurse Mrs. Winslow's Smithing Syrup is
the porseription of one of the. best female
physicians and nurse9 in the United States
and has ln-en used lor thirty years with
fi!Vt:r failing safety and Miccess by millions
tf mothers and children, from the feeble
infant ot ono week old to the adult. It
(eorrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
Pfhid coiic, regulates the bowels, and gives
est, he 1 1 la and comfort to mother and
child. Ve believe it the best and surest
remedy i the world, in hII twa of disen
icry am diitrrhira in children, whether it
arises ' out teething or from any other
cause-, -'ul I directions for using will ac
cotnpni y each bottle. None genuine un
less the lac simile of Curtis & Perkins is on
the outside wrapper. Sold by all medicine
.dealers, i wcnty-iive cents a imttlo. (3)
i Jay I). DiWNiNG. clerk. Wabash slioim
Toledo, Ohio, says : "I am now wenrintr an
Only Lung Pud,' and it has afforded me
almost instant relief from asthma." See
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINU, DECEMBER 25, 1830.
The men of n Nation inevitably mnko
the women what they will, and the
women in return impress upon their
children wli.it they have received from
their own fathers. lenco it conies that
the existence of tho American woinnn
lias become- almost us purely objective
as that of the niiin. licr ideal of life
from her cradle has been associated
with the maximum of exertion. Thero
is no quietude among Americans, and
wonderfully little egotism in their so
dal life. It is a never-ending scries of
sensations and mental shocks, which
keeps tho whole being in li nervous
quiver, and allows no time for any
quality save that of energy to develop
itself symmetrically. The American
woman is ns unquiet in her thoughts
and enslaved by her duties, however
light, ns tho man. Even when sho
visits she lias no air of repose. Her
conversation is nut thoughtful, but
actual. She tells you what she docs
or sutlers, not what she thinks or feels.
There is no rcverio about her, no sug
gestion of that brooding spirit which
indicates a capacity for impassioned
affection, a capacity which to bache
lors is always ideally seductive, how
ever little the married mini may ap
preciate or return it. Yet. generally
speaking, undemonstrative as the
American girl may be, she will wear
her life out in working for tho man
she loves. She forgets all about bemy
for him in that merciless energy
which always drives her into doing
There is, again, another reason why
the American girl seems cold to thu
superficial observer. It is because she
is tree. She is educated to repress
emotion, because her independent
movements expose her to contact with
men of all classes,' among whom there
arc many very "vile persons." Her
coldness of demeanor, therefore, is her
armor against impertinence or even
worse things. She passes, Diana-like,
through crowds of men every day, not
onc-ol whom for one instant suspects
her of being other than she is, because
her manner shows licr at once to be a
tree-born, spotless American woman!
They never dream tnat because no one
is watching her she incaus to go
The defects of the American girl
may be done away with by giving less
prominence to the purely intellectual
or purely practical side of licr educa
tion, r or winie one class oi men is
6trivingto solvo the problem of lite
by educating women intellectually,
there is another class which is shouting
for education in domestic matters.
While the professors at Harvard arc re
joicing over some girl wlio can tauc in
their philosophies in their mathemat
ics, tho newspaper editor sings the
praises ol her who can roast a turkey,
bake bread, or make her own dresses.
Neither gives the poor girlachanco to
exist, but only to work, with either
hand or brain. No one says to her,
"You are not only yourself, but pos
sibly the future mother of other be
ings. Do not therefore allow your
self to be driven by either schools of
apostles beyond what you may do
easily, comfortably, or pleasurably.
Tho healthy balance ot your nervous
system is far more important to you
and your future family relations than
all the mathematics or dress-making,
or even roasting of turkeys. Occupy
yourself steadfastly, but without
strain, without hurry, and without
emulation. As the apostle said (and
it must have been meant expressly for
Americans), 'avoid emulation.' Find
out first what you can do best, and
even if it does not come up to some
body else's standard, learn to content
yourself with that."
Stories of Jacob Bright.
A story with a quaint, old-world
flavor about it is told of tho Quaker
cotton-spinner and his Solomon-liko
mode of delivering judgment in case?
which his neighbors brought beforo
liim in an informal way. Some pigs
belonging to a certain Mrs. Ann Jones
used to be put out to feed on Cronkcy
shaw common; but, prompted by a
dcilre lor better fare, they were in
the habit of straying into Air. Bl ight's
garden, much to the annoyance of the
man-servant, Samuel Sheriff. Samuel
expelled the swine from time to timo
in his own rough way, and ono day,
las patiencs being exhausted, he rave
one of tho pigs such a tremendous
blow with a stick as to render tho
hind legs of the animal completely
Mrs. Jones appealed to Mr. Bright
to give her justice, and Mr. Bright
summoned Samuel, tho pig, and Mrs.
Jones before him in propria pcrsonm,
and after hearing all the evidence, and
considering tho arguments brought
forward on either side, summed up to
tho effect that Mrs. Jones had been to
blame for permitting her pigs to tres
pass in tho garden after repeated
warnings, and that Samuel had no
right to deal tho pig so hurtful a
blow. His award was that the ani
mal should bo slaughtered and divided
into two parts, Mrs. Jones to retain
the undamaged half, and Samuel to
tako tho wounded hall, paying Mrs.
Jones for it at tho then market price
ot pork. Mrs. Jones was thus insured
tho valuo of the pig, and. at tho same
time, Samuel, though ordered to pay
a sum of money, had the satisfaction
of having his money's worth of eating.
Mr. W. Robertson, who has writ
ten a biography of Mr. John Bright,
tells us how Mr. Jacob Bright Would
tako his stand at tho mill-gales on a
winter's night, with a lantern in his
hand, and a thick overcoat wrapped
tightly round him, an I as Ills workpeople-
trooped out of tho factory
would givo tho children into tho
charge of their elders, with instruc
tions that they should bo aceu safely
home. London Society.
Cost of Modern I Armies.
A detailed comparison of tho cost
entailed by standing armies shows
some very curious results, which tho
t'oimtitutioniid given in a compact
form. Among tho great Powers, ling,
laud, of course, stands prc-eiiiliient
for tho extravagance of expenditure,
tho annual cost of each man in tho
army being 3,o:lor, or 11';, whjlo for
tho Indian army, the cost per man is
1, flour, or about half, Next, but at
a loin interval eonim Austria-Hung,
ury with uu expenditure of about Jtii ;
tlien a ranee and uermany, i.ho latter
of which countries spends just 13
per annum per num. Tho other two
great Powers each spend a Jiulo less
than Germany, but tho difl'ercnco is
exceedingly small. Italy appears to
pay just under 10 and Ktissia just
over 33, which is, as will bo observ
ed, not very much moro than a quar
ter of the expense required by tho
British. On tho other hand, a table
showing tho proportion of money
spent on tho army to tho general ex
penditure of tho countries tells a very
different talc, and almost reverses thu
positions on tho list of tho several
European powers. It appears from
the calculation mado by the Constitu
iionncl that there is paid toward tho
army In England and tho colonics
only 14 per cent of tho budget, and
this percentage is the same in the case
of Italy. Austria-Hungary occupies
the next place, with a proportion of
19 per cent, and next come tho two
rivals, France an 1 Germany, with a
similar total of 21 per cent, Kussia
bringing up the rear with an expen
diture of fl'J per cent, or double tliat
of England. It is estimated that the
maintenance of the army costs annual
ly to each head of the population
About Cs. 6d. in Italy, 7s. Id. in Uus.
m, fcis. Cd. in Germany, 12s. 4d. in
France, an 1 12s. (kl. iu Great Britain.
The Army Worm.
The farmers of Eastern Ma9sachu.
setts are full of apprehension at the
prospect of having their crops laid
wasto by an enemy sc thorough in his
work of devastation that scarcely any
green thing survives in the track of
his deadly march. This strange crea
ture, which seems to have been espe
cially commissioned by nature as a
destroyer is a caterpillar, the larva
of a night-flying moth. It derives its
name lroin its peculiar habits, which
give to a large body of them in mo
tion the appearance of a vast and
well-organized army, following dis
tinct leaders, and moving with a reg
ularity suggestive of military prcci
sion. It is said that the worms movo
in regular procession, sometimes in
singlo file, and sometimes two, three,
or lour abreast, the columns being so
perfectly formed that the head of one
is never beyond the head of another
in the row. They follow their leaders,
stopping when they stop, journeying
from one plant to another, and return
ing with the same regular movements.
They vary in color and sizo according
to locality and age, but their charac
teristics are constant. In length they
range from one to one and three-quarters
iuches, in color they are of a dark
gray, with throe narrow yellowish
stripes above and a broader one of the
same color, or slightly darker, oueach
6idc. They are thinly covered with
short hairs, longer and somewhat
thicker on and about the head, this
member being of a polished honey
yellow, with a net-work of lino dark
brown lines and a black line on tho
front like the letter V reversed. It
has sixteen legs and a prodigious ap
petite, enabling it to eat twice its own
weight in twenty-four hours.
Various methods are adopted to
check tho ravages of the pest. The
commonest and perhaps the easiest is
to plow a double furrow around the
field or across any part of the Held
that they are marching toward. The
steep 6idc of the furrow must be tow.
aid the unharmed portion of the crop,
so that when the worm attempts to
crawl up it may fall back. It is not
enough to run tho plow once in the
furrow, it is better to do it twice or
three times, and to renew it when
washed down by the rains. Where
tho boil is still' and stony, however
steep the ridgo may be, the worms
will climb over it; it is only where
the soil is light and friablo that this
expedient serves the purpose of pro
tection. In any case it is best to havo
two furrows, one a couple of feet Irom
the other and parallel with it. When
the worms arc trapped in the furrows
they may be got rid ot by laying dry
straw down ou them and setting lire
to it. Where there is danger that the
lire may extend and do damage, hogs
cau be turned in, and they will make
short work of the worms. Another
method, which might be described as
the heroic process, is to run a heavy
iron roller over the Held, crushing tho
worms under it. It takes but littlo
pressure from this to kill the in. When
tho ground chances to be rough and
uneven this method does not serve as
well, as the worms take refuge in tho
hollows. The time to roll is when
they uro feeding, and among the leaves
because at other times they arc shel
tercel and many escape. After the
crop is removed from the fields where
the worms arc, hogs may bo turned
in, ami chickens, turkeys and ducks,
all of which will search out and de
vour the worms. Sheep, if tho flock
is a large one, will kill many of
the worms by trampling on them, if
turned into the Held, and if crows and
blackbirds put in appearanco they
should not bo molested, for they will
cat tho caterpillars in preference to
The army worm feeds on leaves,
flowers, roots, buds, seeds, and even
the wood of plants, In a word, any.
thing of a vegetable character.
A Georgia- man rigged himself up
ns a bear, to have nonie fun, and ho Rot
it, for tho inhabitants turned out with
dogs and ran him four miles over a
stony country, beforo ho could niako
them believe that ho wasn't a bear.
And then they talked of tarring ami
feathering him for alarming tho wo
men folks of tho neighborhood, nud
finally gave him three days to lcavo
the county. Ho won't play bear any
Tho eadest Alpine accident of tho
year occurred recently at Telo Noir
pass, soino distance beyond the hotel.on
the road toChamoiinlx. Mr. Kivlngtoii
of Bahbieombe, Torquay, was travel
ing with his wife and family In two
carriages. A horse in tho first ear
rin go became- restive, kicked over tho
traces, and upset tho carriage over tho
precipice, which is not very deep nt
that point. Tho wife was killed, tho
father received Injuries on his body,
and had both wrists broken,
The "London Hair Color Jtestoror"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from all other hair re
Htorers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the lriir
exist, or prematurely graynes, lnun
sickness or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc.,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
fumed, rendering the hair soft
and plyable, making it r.n indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your driiLrgist for London Hair Color
Ilestorer. Price T." ci nts a bottle. 1 )
4,"t Years JUfore the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommen'lcl as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to,-' but in affections of
the Liver, and in all biliousComplaints, Dys.
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they jtand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No letter cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The penuine 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. McLane and Fi.kming ISros.
IBetyinsUt upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING IIROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
To Nervous Sufferers The (;reat European Hew
etlv-Lr. J. K. Simpson'bSjw'eine MedMne.
Dr. J.B. Siniiion Specirif Mtdicine is a pon-tivi-
enre for Spermatorrhea, Impcitenrv, Weakneef
and all din-aree remliing from Self-AliW. Ner
vnun IleWlity. Irritability. .Mental Anxiety. Lanjriiiir,
Latitude. Doprennon oOpiriUand ftitirt iunnl de
ranuemi'iita of the Nervotia Synleni sentr&lly l'ainf
In Hack or Pliie. Lom nf M-mnrv, I'ri-mnturp Olii
Ape anil dineuKii
thai lead to I on
ty and an early
crave, or hot a.
No matter how
pymem may be
from eireniien of
any kind, a ehnrt
foiirpe of thin medium-iil ri-rinre me loci lune
tlorie and nrixure hea'.tn and hnpinec .where be
fore was ue'-pondeucy and (,'lnuin 1 he Speriik
Medicliie ia beiLji Ufed with wonderful flic
Pamphlet fent free to all. Write fur them and
get fall particular.
Price. Speciilc. Jl.'O per paikaire. or f.t jiack
acee for :.. Will be fent bj uiail on receipt o!
money. Addr-'M all order.
,1 H. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
N'u. 104 ind fit; .Main St.. Buffalo, N. Y.
COMPOUND SYKIP OF
IS A CEKTAIN llKMKDV koi:
CONGESTION OF THE LUNOS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
SPEEDILY,1 ' AND 1 EltMANENTLY 'iTItES
Conge'llon f the Lurii;", llroiii hliif, Coiicnnip
tlon, Nervoua Prodrution. Hhortnep of I'rcath.
IV.pitutlou of the Heart. Treniblinjjof Hie IUikIh
and Liinbe, Physical am! Mental Deprcmion, Lorn
of Appetite, Lou of eni ri;)', I.on of Memory. It
will rapidly improve the weiiknecH. pmcltona mid
or'aiiB of the body, whirl depend lor health upon
voluntary, h mi voluntary and lnoluntary nervoua
It note with Tlnor, centleiie.nniid m lit let y, ow inn
to tlieexiiilrit'- l.urinony nf ite lnyrcflit-i. ih. akin to
pure hlowd lire:,'. Ith t'uMe phuiKlit, uud it elleit
st. .Ions, N II.
Mr. .1 ii hi I. KelluWH, ( hemi-t. St. lolin, N II,
Denr Sir:-llnviii! tti-eit your ('impound syrup
of HypiiiiliiKpliiten !Or mint; time in my practice, I
have no hesitation in n rnuinr nillni! it my pa
liciit h who are nitVeriiiy lri.ui vent-ial debiiliy, or
HIiV dineai-e uf the 1uii;'ii. knowihu that oven ill
rae utterly hnpeli n, U allnril lelirf.
I am, fir, youra truly, II. ;. ADDY, M. D.
SOLD HY ALL DItI'(,(.lSTH.
(illAY'S SPH'me MKHK INF.
TRADE NHWK. The (.rent EnlMi 'I I!AI)K MARK
Itemed v, iitl n li-
lulling run! for
Seminal Wi nlou-Kit
Sper in iitorrlmeii,
ImpoO'iity. iiml nil
fliianie that bil
low ni ii riie
Mlieiieo of fell
T e m I iimix; a" oca or-
aiu.uiu ABuuiuiiieiiinrv, uiiivemu
Unltin!e, tiHln 'ti the luiek. diui-ir, ToT,;.-
iiih ol'vihiim. preiimiure old line,""'1
ktid miiiiv other tlin nci s that Pud to motility or
t'otiMiniptlon and n .retnntuie ptiivc
Full piirlleuhirH in nnr pamphlet, whic h wo do
fire to cenil Ipt by n.i'll In every one. The ape
t IHe medicine in ld 'y all ilriin'iKM at yl per
pnekttKD, a IX for t't. or will be m m free by mall on
receiptor thu money by nililieiii 'in i; (,ka V
M EDM 'IN K CO., NoU MerlmuicH block. Detroit
Mich. Hold In Cairo by Uurr.ny Droa., Paul 0
Schuh and (ieo E. O'llara.
Otitllt luriil-lii'd lrc, with full In
Klrucllnna for enndm tlni; the nioft
prolltnble IiiinIiicnh that any one can
cnttnifc In- 'I li'' I iimIucm im m euxy
In learn, in d our Instrui tiotiH uv to
Minnie unil Plain, that unv one nu
make u'n nt pioflln Irmu lh- Mint. No omi can fall
who Ih ulllliii! to work. Women are a" h'icccshIiiI
n men. Iloya and i:irla can earn lar:ie aunia.
Many hnvo made hi Hie Inluon over one liunilred
dollar IP n Hlhu'le week, NoIIiIiih III, ii It ever
known beloie, All w bo ciii'iii-e me Mlrnrlnd at the
cape and rapidity u UU which tin y are able to to ik
money. You can enu'iiue In tli'a IjIii-Im cm during
your Kpnre time al "real ptotll, Ymiitn om have to
Invert capital In It. Wc take nil the rli-k. Thoau
w ho iicm reitilv liioliev. fboul'l utile In ui nt once,
All I'urnliOictl free. Aihlrei'H Titl.'E A CO., An
iriMn . Maine,
Ji "'a week In your ov n lr.'n, fiout'll fiMi. No
!M)J)rlek. Peodi r, II you want n Ini'ltn i a hi
wlilcli piiimitin ofelther rex ran iiinke L'renl
dnv nil the time thev work, write for iiar'lculara to
MILL AND COMMISSION.
I ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AM) HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUrhest Cash Priru Paid lor Wlient.
L i HH sn
3 f. a
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE faJgkl STATES.
On and after Monday. , lune 7th, and until lurther
r.otico tne ferryboat will make trip an follows:
LEAVES LEAVK LIAVl
FW Fourth at. M!aouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
s:on . m.
10:0o a. m.
.':oo p. ra.
4:w p. m.
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::! a. m.
2:W p. m.
II a. m.
;i p m.
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3 p. til
YOCUM Sc RRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - IILS
(.KOCEIjlES. HOOTS AM) SHOES.
THE BOSTON STOKE
C. CIMJSSOX, dealer in
STAPLI-: and FANCY
Provisiims. Green, Dried and Canned
fruits Queens Muss WtMKl
I500TS Axi) SHOES
Tlie Host P.ranrt of Flour
nlwny on Land
TO I JACCOS.CIOA KS.Kto
N. It. -Coetitrv I'rudure inWi-n. All Order
Cor. Wupiiin.-ton Ave nml Tenth St.
CAIKO. : : ILLINOIS.
N KV A D VERTIS KM L.N'I S.
K VOW).(,l,Uii: -JtoIKSIopa. IT
UIlljAlkVN '?:!' nn. I'aperfrer.
UUV" ;A(l.ln-,; D. N 1 III. K. HEATTY,
iiff, intrt'iu N". ,1.
DI.YU I AYLO'roe'ired for all .
In. lo unv r:i.ii,e: hlno (or
lielrn of deceiifil milillcr-. 'I'lie rllihteHt (linubility
Ilountv imd new din hitru'iK proi ured. Ifin douht
n Iom hether entitli il ti ni))tli!i'.?. Hcnd two :ie.
ctmiipf for nnr "( in nliir of liiliutnntii.il." Ad
dr' H!', with Hliimpn, STohDALT till, Solicltorn
iiK.linmKnnd puli-nti', room x, St. Cloud HuiIuIhk,
WuKliliiL'ton D. I'.
T,oweit rlee ever known
'i ltr-i li lnnilrn,
Kllli-. unil Kr vol veil,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
"id d V Ht;,,nP f"r our New
P.I'OVELI. AHOS,S3 Muium-.VV iftWWX
Headings I Recitations! Elocution!
tin IO NOW READY. q
6sSX7) 708Che$tnu1St.,Ph;iadcliiV.j. ,
Thll nnmW ! nnlfurm with thMrln. ami rinMlm mi
ctle'r iii'MiHkn nil,nli.l Ih-elumutldri. iivt iteiiilliii:.
".mlpiiiB Meutleifnl. Omliiry. I'wlhtim llnrnur, I'un,
I HO pp. I'rii'i, 30ct..i"il'-'lfrof. .iMliv li.,..k-!lltrt.
vnry boy wlci n.'-iim tAvrt t, fcvery iiioiiilii-r ,f i l.ri-oinu
Wh M-iirln Niiin"lhlli Mew Oi rieiti1. Fliont.l 4irl Ihtt
'iVholtihet. I lnlirati a. an I Kull I.M ur'uiiteno Kre.
1 THK lil'.HT
1' A I' K Ii
Koillideil liy (f. I. I5i ) .
Mlh year ol tniMlentlon. The ill 'ell'e poiilim
Denioeriille Weekly, the IIannmi oi' l.ninnrv,
clinn Irl he tukull In i very Dehioriiitli' iulillly In lliu
IT CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS,
Murket Keportu, n Cholii' Selerllon of Iteadlni?
.M.itter mill Kutinil Deinoenitle I ul nil i lTitiiu.
Only l.OOPor Ycur.
Cotiy free to person fending c.l'ih (if ten.
AdKNTH WAN I Kl ) in every Coun
hi nd fur Hiitimle eniiv Ip'i' AddfeKn,
IIANNKUOKI IDLKTV. Kllemlllc N. V.
H ft IN W
QICK HEADACHE !
We Menu Cured. Not Merely Relievt'C,
And Cun I'ruvo What wc Cinltn.
tyThern am no falluren nnd no dlnappntnt
menu.. If you urB iroiihled with SIciTirKAD
At'UK you can he eaily and quickly rur. d
hunilredH have Ih-h already. Wu nhulfhu piensed
lonilillaheeti)f tentliu.ii.iaU tunny IiiIit. K-dT
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Almi en re nil furm. .r p.ii ,,.,.U....UM
nation and UyupviiKia. promote Diiimtlon. n llevB
ilitroiM from too hearty eating', correct Diord-r
of the Stomach. .Stiniiiiatu the Liver, and Deflate
he Ilowel.. ll.y rfo all thin hy ukme jut one
little pill at a doe. They am purely vegetable, do
not (inpe or pnre. aim are an nearly pertect an
it Ik pun hie for u pill to he I'rlce sr, cet ta, B fur
f 1. hold hv Urniryit evervwhere or aent hy niaii
t ALTKK MtDR'lS'K fU.. El!l,fc. I'A
N K W A D VK KTLSK M E NTS,
1 .N .13 1 A X
To make a iiiai t of medii li,e (.'uanintei il t , uri.
Iiiiuori. of the Hiood. H)-p. pH.e. Liver Trotii,!..,
Llilni-yWeakneH. or (i.-neral Dehtlitv. ,v
maU, pout paid, lor or :. packaiji lor ! Aii-
J ALONZO (iHKKNK, Indian Doctor
"Hi l'liie St , M. Lou:i...M,j.
J 7 7 7 A Y KAK and exp.-ii.,.
'Jill "'t lr- Andre-..
"f O. VHKI.HI-. Aut'iiMa. Mdn
DVEItTISEIiS! m Ml for our l.i- e( .
eal new-Kpapvia. (,.o. I, J(ow,l a (.. o
Sprnee St.. N. V.
A 'ANTED.-MainifartiiiiiiB ronreru vant a
liiiineit man In ( aim. an i lneu-rv citv not 'ai
readvtakcu.i A lf humited dollam nerejary to
pay for g .odd on deliviy afirr ordern Iibm; ie'en
fecured for th arue. l'(i per montn proilt
iruarant-ed. The nmt carclniiK lrivetieation
colii-ited A. S AKNOI.I) Jt to, roritr firi-t
Stren nnd Broadway, Brooklyn. N. Y
J.ESTEY&C2 Brattleboro VI
! pertri-Uj p'ur, Pronotini,-J the tn l. the n th-u).Hlif-Al
i'H h.iriiirt ia tn worM ti:,, ii t-ii..i
wnlil -4 Worn'. Klp.-n-t ml t Is- . )-:N
bld u Ut umi.u, W H ICHItfTEUN CO It T
lna Peftwj Ri,n'dJ
DR. KLINE SGRUT
I,"",,-,- . ntnwt nto I wren
Iirai liili :f lionaa dirrc-tMl, A" F,tnOj'r
hrtttiav'i btf. 1 rfjtlM. and t'l f rlil lttt Mini. ,a
Kti.n.niu.ih'r lay iiitrxpr.-if. hTi nni,
P.O. ai.t i;,te. a.llrr.4 to lia. KIISK.
AaL&i.l'Ul.ic.pUU, ia. ccpTin-:iiudrji,n.
WUhopt m-dk-lnei. ALLAN'S soi.rm.R MFrtr.
I ATEI) UcHUItJ. 1'iltuU-d Oct.ii.tr 16. K.a,
No. 1 will rare any rai In f.iar '1t. or !.
No.Jwill C'ire Hie ra otwtioatfl i.e, a i au'U-r
Of now I'.nif .uandinu.
N'onaufeotu 1ii of enliM, eopiltia or o 1 ,.f
kaltlwn, tnat are eni:n l priHlai,a .1 yat "
h l'.troyinif toe eoannin of the i iiru. n. ..,
yTlneior ainneiit lujffi tmiii to pr eluca otl,er
i'rire iio. hul. I) BY ALL DHfOTilSTS. or
mailed . recelpi .( nre e.
Korf her par'.lenlara lend f"r eiralar.
K it ILi IKS. J C. ALLAN Co., sj u.n.n fitre.!
hrw l ork.
WeoOi-r aJ0 rrwtrl f ,r nuy car . lb. j not
Ualck. iaf and mtf cur.
1 Orln.ly ttiat "n ) if t;-. .r
a'llrK Will PTiT. !'.. I
thinir frte nj n , tnat
may prnve tne atppUiir-ntoiie to a lire or ,nrrri.
It In tiiii.pially adapted to thoae who li im r ach'd
Hie font ot thf hill. Addre U. ii '.(., 'Si
(Jrccnviiru Street, Ni-w York-
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK:
OK. Kl.i'U'M AM IAI.-TN rR HIK V.'l.l i.lHi
Infip.i.Mt.l. I.. FiniMrt. M.ff.tMn. M.r, liiu'.,, 'r ' . ..... J.
Slu.l.iiu, or Uj. S,,i, l.l.;;llu-l, Il.'-.-t. le i- i .t. . ,
-p.v,. S,.m.o C'.f, -f. AJdr.M 4 II. M ji.i.Lfv
Ml South Htu MI..I, tiiliu, N. V.
ftuperb Holiday I.diilon.
by 11 lie :i-1.1. .it
F bound iMi.l Llu-itr.v
f ted, k nt a-i a prerr-
Foot! i HfALTH
FMONTHIY, at l p-r
var. .Vui.l f'. o. '.
Hill lilt). Co., lluat Oilh Street, :;. Y. i i:y.
I'O'Uigu ou buokiUCvuta; nxn-terej
EAKS iouti.e MILLION'-
Ft to Ohio's Itiilsani of SliuiK' i 1
I'o"illvelv I!e'tnre the II. itrinir, and in the; Only
Almolute Cure for Dcufuea Knoun
TlilcOH I" eJttrarted from a peruiinr i p-clt a of
emull While Sliurk, cmiLdit in the Ye:iov Ma.
known an Ciircliurodon Kondeletii. Every i l.:n e
tlln!iinan known it . IN virtue" n n ri'ator:ille of
lieiiritiir wer dli-eiivered hv a HuddhiM I'rl--t u'mut
Ihe year 1110. Ita ciirei'were "o nui.ieMiti" and
niniiv Ko eeiulnulv mlriu'iiloii". tlit tin-' ten. fly
wan iillliinllv pi'oeliiliiied over the enlire Kiniiti1.
Ita ti ait heiBiue ko iit Iveri-al th:it fr oer ::ti year
node iienen" Iiiih exleted ninoni: lliel lili e.e peo
ple. Sent, charyea prepaid, to any addrera :it f 1 per
Onlv Imported ny iiai mm t , i (i .
ikst run amkiiu a, T Key St., New York.
HOI.H AIJKNTH 1
It vlrtttea nro liiiiietliinuhli) and it e'irativ.i
clnirneler bomoHUi!, na thu writer run pe niually
teitirv, hot li from experience: und ohaervntion.
Amona tho nninv reudera of Ihe I eii:win ono
part and an ther ot the r onnlry. it la prohahle that
mini tier urn mil" ted with dcni'ni'a. mid to iien It
may lie aald : "Write at once to llaylurk A Co., 7
l).y Stre. , New York, enrlof lip 1, eiidyoiiwlll
receive hy return n rettudy tlml ill enahle yen to
hear like anybody i'l"e, and wIiokc curative eil'ecta
will be peru'ianent You will never regret ilolnit
fo,"- I dltof of New Yirk .Murcanthe K 'vlew,
8ep. AMIi, IHN).
i Outfit H'lit free to thoae who
Ll'i fx K"t!'1 '" """t I'Il'1""111' hi
L hualueaa known, Every
Outfit H'lit free to thoae who wlah to en-
n t cnpttai not reiiuiren. vo
J w overvtliliiL'. flila day and til
o will turitixn
iinu-nrila la vet.
eaaltv made without "tnvlnir awny friim
rjotnn over lilu'lit, o link wluitever. .UHliy new
worker" wanted nt once, Many are nmkluit fort
une itt thu liiialtieaa. Ladle makv na luiieli na
men, and tonne Imyri and irlrl imiKe crent pay. No
one w ho la w llllntr to work fall tie n.uke moro
nintiey every dny tlianrati Im nrndeln nweelt lit any
other employment. Thoao who enunnfl at oneo
will lied it'aNort road In fortuno. Addrcja II.
11, I, LETT CO.. l'urtluud Mnluu.
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