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,'B. A. Burnett Cairo Illinoi "
There are 377 natients in tlic lunatic
asylum at Millcdgevillc, Ga.
The Princes of Wales has not in
eight vcars materially chansctl the
ftyleo'f wcariiio' her hair. She is a
sc'usible woman, anyhow.
Joe Jefferson, the actor, has pur
chased a lierJ of twelve short-horn
cattle to improve the itoek ou his farm
at Nevr Iberia, La.
The Rev. rh'tHiin Brooks i3 saul to
be the first American who lias preacli
i ia Wes:rointer Abbey before the
Virginia ctw icrs are bein? planted
tv the Pennsylvania HailruaA com-
ranv on the hillsides alone the tricks,
t is done to prevent land-slides, and
will add greatly to the beauty of the
A Ilartford apple tree is ten feet
and four inches in circumference near
the ground, and lias three brandies
each tour feet around and forty feet
A young lady with a valise met a
youii clcrjjviiian with a valiso un a
Hudson Hiv'er train, and after chatting
with liini m far ns Hudson pot out and
proceeded to her dressmaker's. When
hcgot there, and opened the vali.se
he found a soiled shirt and miscellan
eous articles belonging to a gentle
man's wardrobe. She had taken the
good man's valise and left him in pos
session of her own, coiitaininsilk and
In the coursi) of inquiries as to the
jdiopphoicscence of the sea, a Herman
naturalist has found that the phenom
enon occurs whenever sea iishes ore
brought into a three per cent salt solu
tion. The luminosity begins appar
ently in the eyes, spreading gradually
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over me iKHiy, auu liicreaxmg m m'
tensity day by d.iy until, alter a coiv
aidcrahlu ncriod, tho lih seems lumin.
ouh throughout. Tho phosphorescent
NioUiuco is a kind of mucus, appear
iug dirty white during the, day.
At a recent trial in ungianii a gas
company was sued for tlamagts, tho
plaiutili' having been rendered in-eii-eible
by an escape of the company's
gas from adet'ectivo main. The plaint
ill" alleged that the accident had rcn
dered him unlit for busiiuss for a cou
tiderable period. As Bcienlilic evi
dence, Drs. Tidy and llastiu-s gave
the opinion thai the ell'ect of inhaling
coal is very transitory, and that it
must quickly pass from the system,
leaving no ill ell'ect 8 behind. Tho
jury accepted this view of tho cusa.
Mrs. George Pollard, of Greenville
Mass,, met with a most fori una le re
lief from a troublesome customer in
the bhape of a live lizard, over Ihroo
inches in length, in her stomach. She
had been Hullering some lit'icen years
from a malady gradually increa-iug in
iniensity, which teemed to proceed
from sonic inward caue, and kIio had
lor some limo imagined that she could
feel ihe animal, or whatever it might
be, moving from place to place, and
aluioht gel hold of it. On consultation
Villi a ooctor, no ueeiueu on a course
of livuiiH nt that catiicil the death of
the li'trd which tho patient vomited
up alu r l..l;iug an einelic,
Bays Mr. Moncuro D. Conway:"!
fiitisuiiyio believe tiiut there is in
tiladsto'iie a snobuli vein, but it is a
gad fact which liu a-liniiM's try in vain
to conceal. Some year-. ago, in tliesuii
f the 'a.e l)ule of Newciixilo for a
divorce, which ha I to go to the Hoii.su
of Lu: for trial, Gladstone wan a
lid was iisked whether ho
nia.o wan tlie nuke, mm iv
' in.iiiiaUJ us tlie dilieiein e In
ur elation permit;.' That a
ion c eminent lli 111 iS'eweasili
din r liui.o should have 111a le
inch u rc,ly filled llio lords lluiiii-elve.i
with woiiilef iiot liniiiixed utli coii
teinpU" Srniso liriiigs the bloHioms. Atituinn
Wrings the fruit nnd also colds, ele., for
which nodiing mpeiiorto Pi. Hull's t'uiiuli
iyrup has ever bee n oirrrwl to the public.
It always cures. Trice 25 cents.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
A Potr D.K'tor.
New York Worlil.
"Gaiiine Infirmary. Dr. treats
nil diseases of dogs. J) gs called on
nt their residences. Olllco hours from
till 4." This is the sign which
hangs over the door of a dingy litllo
shop iu Canal street, ithin tho
slum, one snio ot which is nuorucu
Willi shelves full of bottles, whilo tho
tln-e other sides aro lined with dog
ca-es, was a small boy, who said that
"tho doctor" was out attending to pa-
tients, but would bo in presently, inul
would the reporter please bo seated.
The reporter would. 1 no room is not
inoro loan six by twelve feet in dimen
sions, and even tlusep.icc lsUiumilslicd
by the dog cages arranged on tiers
about the sides. These were all clean-
kept, and though tho occupants of
many ot liiem were unaoio to sianu
up, they rested on what seemed to bo
comfortable couches. Tho doctor''
came in within alow moments. Ho
is an African, apparently fit ty years
old. with an intelligent faco an l quiet
demeanor, and every dog in tho room
a a .!.!. - ....... , i
ceo''!usea las presence wuu a wag oi
,ho tail and a wink, as much as to say,
'lie uiiiierstaiiiis us." w uu -tne uot
tor" was a voumr woman who had
come from Newark, X. J., to get medi-
cino for a poodle.
Well," said tho doctor at his first
eisuro moment, "I have treated dogs
oil' and on for over thirty years. If u
dois got anything tho matter with
him I can find out what it is mighty
quick, and if ho Is curable nt all 1 can
fetch him around as quick as the next
. i i . i. .
one. .Now, tneso nogs wnicu you see
around here are all patients of mine.
That dog is one of my most valuable
patients. There is nothing the matter
with him. Ho is merely staying with
mc for the summer. His owner is a
broker, whose family has gone abroad,
and who did not want to take care of
tho dog. To-morrow I shall send him
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to tne ojaruing-nouse on r.ig"i -him
street. The boarding-house is a larger
place-than this with plenty of grass
about it, where the ilos can spend
tho summer in good company, ami get
lean food, r or a terrier, pmr, or any
small dog. the rates are 1 a week. A
pointer pays $2. My quarters up
there are nearly full now. 1 cannot
accommodate more than twenty-live
or thirty dogs at a time."
"liutabout these sick lellows; now
manv have vou ou the sick list now'"
Well, there are about six or eight
here, not including that setter, which
will only be here mail her little fam
ily is somewhat stronger, liien l
have about as many more to call on.
You see,' some of these rich people
will not let their dogs leave the home
at all, and 1 go to see them once a day
or once in two uays, as tne case re
quires. I cuarge 51 a vish ior pa
tients 111 town, N to urooKiyn, ami
$10 for out of town."
Ever see any touching scenes about
a dog's death?"
'Why, I should say so. I have seen
entire families weeping over a dying
pet. One day last season I was stand
ing at my office door when a coach
was driven up to the curb, and the
footman jumped down and opened tho
door. A gentleman stepped to the
pavement, 1 went to the curb, and he
handed me a be.iutiful shawl, which
containe I a lapdog. As ho did so he
turned to assist a lady from the car
riage, an.1 at the same lime he said to
"Will you please take this dog into
"Why," said I, "this dog is dead."
"The" lady sank to the pavement as
though she were dea l, too. She had
fuintcd clean away upon the an
nouncement. "Is it true," asked the reporter,
"that the majority of dog-dealers aro
iIol'-thieves?'-' The doctor appeared
not to hear this pointed query but
seemed to be pondering the possibili
ties of making a good capture the next
time he went to church.
How to Dispense with the Confectioner.
As far as the appetite is concerned,
after a hearty dinner a dessert is quite
a Bunciihiitv. At the same time few
houiekeciicrs consider a dinner corn
plcte without this finishing touch.
The rench, on informal occasions,
seldom do 111010 than serve a little
fruit and a cup of black collee. Here,
however.it sei-ins to bo thouirhtncf
es.sary to provide pastry, a pudding or
acusiara as a uesseri rourse. 1 u.-c
things become dolefully monotonous
when they appear, as they are npt to,
day after ilav in the same form. If it
is not Dossiblu to purchase from the
French bakers any of their charming
fa ne v Dallies, which aro sometimes
out of reach of pockets and homes, it
is always possible to decorate those
served at home in precisely the same
manlier as those seen in the shop win
dows. Take a bunch ot Malaga grapes.
a few cranberries, some brandy cher
rie-;. if one has them, any fruit, in fact
that will keep its form: if it is to be
used at once, that precaution is iinno
esvtrv. To prepare these fruits with
a candy coaling is a very simple pro
ce-s. Make a syrup of one cup 0
sugar, four tabl'e-poonfiil of watei
two of vinegar, a small pinch of soda;
when it boils stir in the soda, stir as
little as possible or the candy will
not be clear. Then separate tho fruit
from the stem, divide the orange into
its natural parts, make little stars,
rings or any fancy shapes of tho skin,
cm citron also into pretty forms, dip
each bit of fruit into the, warm syrup,
and lav it on a created paper iu a cool
place to harden, A great many can
bo prepared at once, nnd kept in a dry
place until needed. If the first dip
ping Is not successful, go over the op.
When ft liio is made, let it be baked
on a perfectly Hat tin, with a high
wall of fea;hery crust about it. A
moranguo top is a pretty finish for
such 11 pie, though that elaboration is
not necessary. Arrange, in any form
convenient, tho sugared fruits on tho
lop wall of crust, keeping them iu
place with a litllo fresh eamly syrup,
11 1 id tho result will bo satisfactory even
to a member of 11 decorative art soei
ety, The expense is really nothing,
and the labor very little.
Tomato Cocoa-N'ut Candy. I'rc
pure the nut by removing tho dark
skin and grating as finely as possible.
Desiccated cocoa-nut makes a tough,
indigestible candy, About weight
for weight of cocoa-nut and sugar is
necessary. Having your cocoa-nut
prepared take, say, threo pounds of
the best crushed sugar and a light tea
spoonful of cream of tartar, and 0110
ami a half pints of clear water. I
mostly lllter my water, for muddy wa
ter makes a dirty-looking candy. Put
onto boil, and boil carefully; your
syrup will bo right when it leathers;
to know when this point is reached,
take a dipper or tin skimmer with
holes in it, and take up some of tho
syrup; let most all tho syrup run
through the skimmer, then blow hard
on the litllo that remains ; if tho syr
up is up to the crystalizing point it
will blow through the holes 111 silk
liko filaments; then Like tho syrup
oil' and let it cool a little and stir with
a clean spoon; it will soon become
thick and pasty; now is the time to
mix in your cocoa-nut, which liiu-t
be done, though, little by little, still
quickly; whilo it is still Bolt pour it
on a tin, or mako it into round cakes
by dropping it. This ought to be
snow white. To make it brown, just
before you let the sugar set add a lit
tle burned sugar to the syrup.
It seems almost unnecessary to say
here that tho production of those
toothsome articles at home, insures,
that 'which it is almost impossible to
find ordinarily, iu stores, a pure article
frvo from deleterious mixtures and
drugs, which thought not quite so
fancifully arranged, will cause no dis
comfort "or sickness through its con
sumption. . 4m ii
Something for the w Year.
The world renowned success of Ilostet
er's Bitters, and their continued popularity
for a quarter of a century as a stomachic, is
scarcely more wonderful than the welcome
that greets the annual appearance of Ho
tetter's Almanac. This valuable medical
treatise is published by Uosktterit Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., und.r their ow n immediate
supervision, employing fO hands iu that
department. Ten cylinder printing presses,
8 folding machines, 5 job presses, &c,
are running about eleven months in the
year on this work, and the issue of same
i'or 1SS1 will not be less than eleven
millions, printed in the English. German,
French. Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish, Hol
land, Bohemian and Spanish languages.
Refer to a cony of it for valuable and inter
esting reading concerning health, and nu
merous testimonials ns to the- efficacy ot
Hostctter's Bitters, amusement, varied in
formation, astronomical calculations ami
chronological items, etc., which can be de
pended on for correctness. The Almanac
for 181 can be obtained free of cost, from
druggists and general dealers in all parts of
Mothers! Mothkus!! Motheks!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child sullenng and cry
ing from the excruciating pains ol cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's tfoothintr Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all case9, ami
pleasant to the taste, ami is the prescrip
tionofone of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
bold everywhere. 1 wenty-hve cents a hot
One trial bottle of Spring Kossom can
be procured from your druggist for 10
cents. I o those troubled with indigestion
and dyspepsia we recommend an i mined i
ate trial. Price, 50 cents; trial bottles, 10
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervotis weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free ol
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Kev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station I), New York City.
W'e nnsir.K to call the attention to our
readers to the firand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company olfers nn $')0 Square Grand
Piano, II stringed; iy2 octaves, in a hand
some rose wood case, for only $2V; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great burgains for the Holidays, including
sheet music one-third pi ice. These
Pianos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made one of the finest displays at
tlie Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Pinno Co. are the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him 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 ol 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
One liottlc of Dr. Tlionias' Keleetrie, Oil
restored the voice wlien tlie jierson liad
not Hoken above a wliispcr in five years,
Sold by Paul (1. Seliuli.
Hi.Ki K Hoiiinson, Nunda, N. Y.
A WOXDKUKL'L DISCOVERY".
For tlie speedy cure of consumption anil
nil di.-eases that w to it, such iin stubborn
cotilin, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hackiiij,' cnuoli, tiekliny in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
liiifjermy diseases of tlie throat and billys,
Dr. Kind's New Discovery has no equal
and has established fur itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leading physicians
recommend .uid use it in their practice.
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. The ch'igy and tho press have com
plimented it iu the inoht glowing teuns.
(!o to your driigoist and get n tiiul bottle
free of cost, or a regular size for $1. I'or
sale, by (ico. K. O'llarn. Druggist, Cairo,
111. . ' (5)
Dr. Kline'H (ireht Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neivo Din'iises,
All lilH slopped free. Semi to !I!J1 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
45 Years Jlcfore the Public.
THE, GENU. ME
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "fur all the
ills that flesh is h-ir to," Imt in nfleciinns of
the Liver, find in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or tli-eases of
that character, liny stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or niter taking quinine.
Asa simple purgative they are unequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine aie never stiir-coated.
Each box lias a red-wax seal on die lid with
the impression, Mc I.ANK'S I.I VK.K I'JI.l,
Each wrapper hears the signatures of
C. McI.ANE and Ei.kmim; linos.
gesiy Insist upon having the genuine PR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER 1'ILLS, prepared by
FLOIXC, BHOS., IMItshurgh, la.,
the market being full of imitations 1 the
name McLanv, spelled differently but
IIOCTS an i SIIOKS.
SHOE -MA KER.
Atlieneiiiii P.uildiiig f oinr.icrcml Av.
IVe mi! tlie vi rv IVd lnoinrti'd Moik ami cm
jiUiv h tlie mt.M en:.i'-t' r:t worknu'ii.
KH'KS 1:E.sONAI;I.1: ai.il nitl-failum
AU SiuriP, Style nnd SiZ'.-n at
C. K O C HS,
Manufacturer and dealer
In the Cucfl Hand-Sewed and I'i ewd Hoot and
Shoe of ull the Meet c 11 . from the beet
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer. II r the !ar?eNt and hot seii-cliM
tock to be found in the city for
Men's, Hoys', Ladies' and Children'
wear, at thclowent jioc'lile prici'. A'way on hand
a complete Meek of lioth.T and finding.
No. !0 Commerr ial Ave. I
Bet. Kifta and Sixth St. (
QAIKO CITY FERItY CO.
On and after Monday. .luneTlh, and until further
notice tuc-ferryboat will nmke trip a follow:
Fot Fourth t.
h::o u. m.
l.i :.V) m.
J:'i p. in.
8:in a. tn.
l-m i. m.
4 a. iu.
11 a. m.
i p m.
&;t p. m.
3 p. in
To Nervous Snfrers -1 In- lreitt Knrnpcnn r.etw
eilv It. .1. H. Siinpson'hpecillr Jleilleim
Dr. J II. Sinipun Sprcltle Medlrliie i !oi
live cure for SpermMlorrhea. luipntenrT, pnkni'
11m! ull dlm-an- rexiiltiiiu Iron' Self Alui'i;. N
viiuh Dctiililv. Irriliihilllv, Mi"t1 Anle y. l.at'ir""r
I.Hn.itii(lc. Iei.rchioii i,fMilrliiid fun 1 1 ion 11 1 d
rHii cnu'iiO' of the Ne.Tnii" Svmeni i'i lieiallv 1'hii.
In liHrk ur Sli!i. I.fi-i. of Meimirv. I'rrniMnre Old
A .'e ami ihi'ae
tliul lead to Con
en 111 pi ion Insani
ty ind an early
erne, or notn.
No mailer how
Hyateni may be
from exreBe of
nny kind, n client
course of Ibis meiiii ine ul ni-i n- i,.e m si lino
tloii and procnr hea th and Imppiiiess. w le re be
fore was despondent y und ulooin 'Hie Speeirti
.Medicine 1 bcii.R usul with wonderful sue
riimphlets sent fiee to all. Write for them am:
(ret full particular.
1'rire. Sl.eeillr. M .'0 HI r llirhBL'f w fx pa.k
H'es for J'i .('. W ill be st lit bj mall oil receipt
money. Address nil orner.
,1. H. SIMI'StiN'S MKDIC'M'. C.,
Nds. Ii. I ?nd Hi'! Main St., Itiiffalo, N. V
(iltAY'S SI'l ( IKIC MI Jilt 1M'.
TRADE MiK.Tlw Oivut Enuli 'KAlS M AUK
lletni'dv. nn lite
failinir cri' for
11 Sperm i
a torrbo' a,
ncy. nnd ml
s llim loi-
low us a itii'
iieiore lOKUICmoiiKirv. uulv. iHftt
t, r m , Hour.;. ur- " -.. v .
iussiliiile. nail' ''.i the Inn k dim-if.,r"
..-,.rvi;i,,n.ori.i'.aiiire old Hire.'"""'
mid mniiv olhertl'isriiseH Hal h iid to Insanll) et
loiisuiiipiloii and a premnlure nive.
iull parlieuliirM uiour pamplib I, h r!i wo de
sire to send Irce by mail lo eveiy one. I'I e spe
t iH iiieilleliii! Is sold bv all flMuylnts at l per
pai-kut-e. six foi-8". or will n-i.t iree by mall ot;
receipt or Ihe mnenv lv ai'drei-iiii; 'I 111. OHA
M KDIl'IN K CO., No. H .MeebanlcH block, Delroil
Mli h. Sold In ( i.lro by bnielay llros., J aul O
Schull aim Oeo K. O'llara.
Oiilllt Itirnlslied In"-, with full In
Hons for foniaiiilni: ll.e niosi
le IjUI-llll - ! 1 1 :i i Hiiy onu t an
In 'Ihe eiisiness is so easy
iit t our IhstiuciloliH so
'-..le inul iili.m, 1 tint n. y t;i e c.-ia
itn.nt or, ,i,i. limn the i (art. No one cini Th!
!,,, lu ullllm. lo wtirli Women a(. ,i M icee.sf'll
n. ,,.,, II,, v Htnl clrls run cum lnrL'e sums
Mai v hiive made at ll;e busiio ss t,cr unr hundred
dollars le a slnele we'd;. Netbliu: IHe II ever
known before. All wlm enrrni e are siirprlfd nl lb"
imihi. mid r'Hilililv ulili which tin. v are ablt to mu!;i!
,,..,. Von ii eniMiee I . Iis,llsl'la illirilii!
your spare time nt t;rent pieill Vniulo no Imvelo
l,.w..t I'linllal In It Me Hike nil 'Le fsk I'l'ose
who need reinlv mom v. slm i!o tl,c lo iih nt onee
All furnished free, Atliiresn TUUK A CO.. An
in week Iu vo ur o. town, f. Ol'llll fi'C. M
irlsk. Keimi r, If v u wmit a iiiistniss a'
'u.Mi-,1 noriioiis til"i ll'.u t set fan make I'real
ilav all Hie time U '-v witu. wine lor piirtit uiur to
II. II Al. LICIT A CO.. rorllanil.
C.muo, Ii i.iNom, Decctnber, 10, W)
ri'itnliir niiniiul mectliiir of t'ui siockleildcrt
or the CMv Nnllimal Lank ofCiiIro lortbo purponi
..r ..i, .. Hi, it sevi.oi dlreet iiH. will be lii'ld at lint of-
iii i ! I - t'.liv.oii Tuosilav. .taicn-y
ii owl Polls ooeii al M o'i lock a, in. and clone
at ii clock II. m ol said riiiv.
at 1 ,t p. WM llAlLIAYi 0tt(i1lcr
YOCUM A imODEHICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avoiuto, Cor.
CUKO - - ILLS
STOVKS AND TIN WAltK.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot nnd Dealer in
TIN, COPPKIt & SIIKKT-IKON WAltK
AM. KINDS OK JOU WOllK IX INK TO OKDKU.
NO. 21 r.IC.llTII STKEET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
J 3 o r
.MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. OKA IN AND HAY
HisrhPMt Cash Prirp Paid for Wheat.
OliOCEItlES, HOOTS ANDMIOKS.
THE BOSTON STOUE
C. CIIOSSON, dealer in
GKOCE II I . Ill S
Provisions, (ircrn. Dried Hiid Ciuined
Fruits, OiieriH, (ilaM MwmI
und W illowware.
The Host r.ramlot' Flour
alusys oil Land
'ix ) i i.C( :os.cj a a i i&.ku
N. 1! - Toenfy
I'udure Iriketi All Orders
Cor. W arh r,tou A
and Tenth St.
CA1IIO. : :
1it) .(i CI. 0,0; t to ..: Mops. I'I
s '! ui, l'nnei true
Addrew DANII.Ll' UKATTY
'A ashlnton N . J.
ri.red for (ill sold i ts
an id in ihe I'. S. servie
in sn i a, in ; Im lor
heirs of ip'reimoil "iild'er-. 'I'he sllchte"! di.abiliiy
lloimt i rid lieu di-t liiiri:"-pioreri tl. If In clout
n. in wlietlu r entitled lo mil tlilui', send two
OiniiiN lor our ( iei, ur id Inloima'iin. Ail
ilns". will, st.'itntis. KTOl il)A 111 I O . Hiilleltnr
nfClmni nnd paiei.t. room H, St Cloud I'.uiliiini!
WishlM'ttin o. t .
l.i w"tt prlep ever known
on ---- 1.1,11111'rii,
It I Ilea, nun IK-t tiliei.
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
Id lit BH'Htly ro'liM'fil nriro,
t M'lMi M iinp mr our rt-v
lihHirntff! ('Ht.Mliti'iiM I)
r.rOWEUAHO.H,;iH Mailt ttnt. IM'i.N N ATI . (
Headinqs! Rccit,itiuii3! Eloctiticnl
f-7l 703 Choline! SI.. rtlliMfMa. ,
lull Tinm'e.f l natfsrm Willi Jbst-rlf 'l','',V''.!'i;.,r.n"
ether iiesmoo i.lsatl-.l N-i'lamtliw ! " tiIO'.
; ,nl,il,lll H,..llmen.,Orll.isjr, l,llllM, '"' '
1 HO Mfc I'ri"l. 3'J Ctn., Iin.l'.'t ' ' I ."'rV , m
vim V,,.'. Konifiio. w ' vrr r.L:'
V lni'eHeU I liihMi'-t.ai' I I ii" l.Utiir"i''e'H rrt o.
Biumer of Li I
Foundri! by f!. I. I!
P A P E Ii
Mb venr nl niil Hi nt'oi . The t
Detnot nillc Uieklv. ill" Lavm It
should he tulivii In every Demi i riilb
luiiiily In thu
I li ion.
IT CONTAINS AI.I.THK Nl US,
Markt't Kepnrls. a tliolte Seleclloii t,f 11,'lldlU)!
Matter and, S mi'l Deinocriillc liilelllKeiice.
Only 1.C)0 Pur Vonr.
fi.nv ri'eti tn in rsoti reiidli it Huh of ten.
At'H'lV'l'H WAN I'lOli Iii every
ty. 8 lid for si'ini'le copy Iree. AiKlr HS,
UANNKUOKI lllliIITy, KUuIinIiIu, N
QICK HEADACHE !
We Metin Cuieil, N'ot Merely Relievet.
And (.'un I'rovo What wo Claim,
ty'l'liere urn no failure ami no disappoint-
mont. If you are trouliled Willi SICK flKAD
AC UK joii can he. eanily and iiiirkly cured, a
hundred have been nlready. Wo sliull htTplenaed
to 11111II a hlieet ol tuniiiiioiiluln to any liilereled.
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Alo euro all form or llllioiisne, prevent ('onatl
palion und Dytpepnia, promote l)lu" slioii, r.'llevtt
diatrrn from loo hearty eating, correct DIordt;r
of the Stoumch. Stimiilale the I.lver. and lieuUto
the Ilouels. They do all tills by liikitiiz jio-t one
Utile pill at a done. They are purely mutable, do
not irripe or pun."', ana ure as m arly perh tt a
It Is possible lor a pill to be. l'rice ii1) eel Is, S for
$1. Sold by driii;j:ii everwhere or setil by mail.
CAItTEIt MtDICINK CO.. K It 1 K . I'A.
NKW ADYEUTISKM EN'I'S,
I K D IAN
To make a qnurl "f im dieiiie nuurmitei il to i nre
HllinorHOI the lllood, Ihspeps.u. I.iver Troubles,
Kidney Weakness, or lieneral la bllilv. n ht by
tnai!, post i.siil. lor Mr., er "i packages lor ?! Ad
J. AI.ONZO (JISEENE. Indian Dort..r
spi I'lue SI , St. l.ouis. .Mo.
A V K A It ai d erpeii'e to
ai;eii!. Outfit free Aadr-s. P.
O. V1CKI:U1'. Au-uta. ' Maine
r tier e:i 1 1 I.i-i ol I.n
1'. l!ov.t 11 i n,, 10
prure St.. N. 1 .
TANTKD.-M;inuf:itiuiiiii; riii.mil v ur.t a
1 1 hii'iiic. man In Cairo, au I trie u rv cil v , not al-
readvtaken i A lew hunilrt d dollars t.t ct-rsry to
pay for t' '"d on delivery af er onii rs ban: been
secured fur the aanie. ' firt) per niotth profl'.
e;iiHruiited. The mot seaichinn invsl iiatiotj
solliited A S AKM'I.DA CO. corL,-r first
Street and Dread way, Drooklyn. N, l .
I. rf-t!T p ;r... Prnni'iD'.. I IS" If'l iTths aih-
e'l Mii'iliil it'll holt','- IU II, v w.illl lo"-. t: (ri.-it
wtMni 1 .i.r Kip"-v, i ,t i .-.I i-;s.
t.ii.j t-i iiN.suu. w E scmtrrf.iK to I
nan PsMofil tic'.'wE
DR. KLINE SGfUAT
fyr till II in r I'lsnsas . ir
:urr. I;r Fi'j. tvil'W'J "ni Ari- J:r--li"".
Iii Linn 11 tjurii aa JlrK-tM. A V1
tiritdav lur. Tra-aim nl i trial o,itllr '
lit intn-nLi.thst ,m iTiiijrMMsf. h'tid n'ii"v
P. O. anl ,rl kl lrei In Inu KI.ISI..1' I
ALLAN'S FOI.mi.iJ MFfif.
i'aUDlcd Ociolmr 14.
So. 1 will rnre any cms In frnir rliys. or
So. i will cjr, me m,j.i otiaiiuaui cue, n, nu.fr
f how ,,I,K l'ijl,x.
No naussoui tj.ie of cnlib, fnriih or f.il of
lutdalW'HMl. Uial are eenain t prwior dypp
y d.'.'iroyiritr tiif roaOniri ot Ilia soitn'ri. So
t yrloir? or isirinir-'fil lutu'tion lo pr'e.uec oUntr
' rloiis roi.iplicatl 'i:".
1'rlre tl M. Mil l) 11V ALL IiKfOfi L-Ts, or
mailed' ncslpt of pru-e.
For f her tm.-i.i ul.ira rnd for clfenW.
P. II. It- X 153a. J t . ALLAN to.. '4 Joliu .-trsel,
W ull, r rewurd fur ay car . thry ill noi
WulcL. afa and ture cur.
OrlidyOni' ' n i : "
lelctn will r i ' r. -ii-tbinu
Pre bv that
may prove the tepilnii-st,in to a life of
ill Vspccinlly a'1'ipied lo O"""' '!"
Hie foot ol tne I, ill
A'l'lrei M. iOl M,, 1.3
Cireenwiuli Street, Se
HE FAMIUT HAND HOOK
fK. HI ' M't 's A1 M' l" r"i i nr. ,. i : t
lf1.IIiwni,.!i' rrmr, Mf(if.ifi, Jl'ff.im. I'
f-ltuLM, of Iha Si.-k, le.i!iUUl, I nn M"-- I"" A-t
6 I V't- ,K.M'ti ' "tv t" A4dltMi.il. JI
S.,ill, '.li So..t, Brwl llvb, S .
upeb Holidny r.tVlion. (
fftbyll In. !m . t.ul
1 bound and Llustras
"l- f ted, sent ni a preir..
flttW rM nr. fooio's HI Mid
MONTHLY. ,' ?'
'jt.tititm afcarfaMtMkiVreur. S.'imp'.' f- ...
Hill lTib. Co., U sfc'U Street, . (. ::y.
i'O-Ule Oil K)0kiJCwUW; re-l-telc-J 1,1....,
EARS rot; tiii:
l'oo (lioo's l'.iilsiun of Shark's oil
i.,..uulv lie-lores the ll. ailliu'. nii.l Is the Only!
Alisoliile Cure I'or Deiilness huown.
This Od Is elrrted I runt a l mil' ' P' ' ,"'
... ... nil... i ..,.11.1,1 in l ie ic in' ea.
i.' .... .. -V, . ...n ....i.'.ii I o lelelll . Kvervl lillie.-I
.i I no I. elites were mi imiiiu mtiif iii..
. .. ' lu tnlriieiiltillH. tliul Hie r IIH'ily
x".- olllt lnlly proeialmed .v. r Ihe .l.ll'e K mplro J
i,. ..... i tm, so in Iver-nl Ihnl forever inoiearH
'.Vness Las exlsled unioni; tin' bii '' peol
pie. Sent, charges prepuld. In any addr ss at Si peil
bollle. ,, , ... r
o... r .nitsTn run AMiiiiieA. 7 I ley St., NiwYolk
lia vlrlni.k urn untitles Unliable and It" ciiratlv
rbunieler iilisolule. lis llm writ, r can p.-sotiall.v
i.,iiiv. I, oil, fn in exnerlence und tdiserMillon ,
Aiin.iiit tl.it ttiiitil '( ntlers of II vl' w I" M
I .. It..,- of I lit. rtllllllrv. It I probable llllll
,;,.i....- ,, Ill, tril wit', delli'lll'SS. llllll to Sllf.'l l
i .. ...i.i. . U'rlin ,,t nnee lo llm loi'k V I'll
u t t,. i v, y,,,l- em Ins ne l. and yon will
.......I. .. i ... ., ...oiitlv thai will etiiO'le vol! I'
i..... in,..'.., ,tii i,iv i.ist. and whose euinllve ell'ei'll
..in ,.t'i Vim will never reerel di'lnil
....' i in,, r of Now Yirk Meicaiitiiu li'ivluwl
Hepl. tt.Mli. Iffl.
. , limn, .,.,t fret, lo those who wish to ei I
I .no ... In thu most iileiisatit and prollliibli
XV rvr.n.liiesa known. Kveryllilnii newi
af f JfCapltiil not reiillred. Wn will fuiulsl
r i I v-' ......rvidli.ti. lna ilnvnnd upward i V'i
If nisliv madu wliboiit sluyluK away Iroil
hi. No risk whaliiier. Wiiliy ne
.. .ii,.i. wnnieil at onro. Many aru muhliiif loril
lines nt the blis'nrs. I.nille mi.ko u lunch nl
men. and i until! hoy ami nll'ls niiiKe I'real pay. l
Mini U' till l willlim to work fall lo muku mol
nionev everv iluv llinii can l.o niadcln a week lit at'
Milienonidovmeiit. 'I hoe who eliciiL' at om I
will tin d a short road to forliint'. Address liJ
llALLliTT CO., l'tirtliiud Maiuo.
I. 1141 (i'jll,H