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E. A. Ilurnett Cairo Illlnota "
Eiluention. in its broadest sense, is
undoubtedly the main business of youth.
Theirs is the. preparation for a future
life df aetion. lint wo are too apt to
regard school and study as the whole of
education, whereas it is but a part, and
is valuable only as it is made to contrib
ute to the general fund. Often the very
best way ti prepare to do anything is
gained ebietly liy eonlinuel exersiee in
it. As life consists largely of work, it
would seem to be the path of wisdom to
accustom the boy and the pirl to tako
some regular .share in it suitablo to
their years, that they may not, upon
entering its real business, stand aghast
and overwhelmed by the multitude of
claims ellieiency In "net ion and noble
ness of character; and the acquisition
of knowledge, though important as ono
means, can never, by itself, produeo
cither of these. It must be vitalised by
individiial thought and utilized by per
sonal aetion before it can put real value
into one's life or produce anything like
an abundant harvest. These prouessess
should go on simultaneously.
The "London Hair Color Kestorei"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people und
totally different from all other Jiair re
storers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely grayness, from
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
lumed, rendering the hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Kcstorer. Price 7.") cents a bottle. (1)
FKEE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, lkonchits,
etc., is given away in trial bottles free of
cost to the alllicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of the throat or lungs
Ly all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity pass. Wc
could not afford, and would not give this
remedy away unless we knew it would ac
complish w hat we claim for it. Thousands
of hopeless cases have already been com
pletely cured by it. There is no medicine
in the world that will euro one-halt the
cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Geo. K. O'Hara, druggist,
Cairo, Illinois. (0)
Over the Hills to the Iloncyrml.
Straight to the Iluneyard people go who
neglect too long the danger signal of ap
proaching consumption, a backing cough.
Cut with Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil for a
bareguard the peril is averted. It is a su
perlatively lino remedy also for rheuma
tism, piles, soreness, hurts, etc. Paul O.
Cot'oiis. "Urown s bronchial Troches
uro used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial all'ec
tioua. For thirty years these Troches have
been iu use, with annually increasing favor.
They arc not new and untried, but, having
Jiecn tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at-
uuncu weu-inentcu rutin among the lew
Htaplo remedies of the age.
Tim TnnOAT. "1'rown's Iironchial 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 hcttltliY tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of tho voice, and
produeo a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find tho Troches use
A Coi'on, Com), C'ATARwr of sore throat
requires immediate attention, ns neglect of
tentimes results in Koineincurnblo lung dis
eases. "Brown's Unmchial Trodies" almost
invariably ro relief. Imitations are offer
ed for Bale, many of which are injurious.
Tho pjenuino "Brown's Iironchial Troches"
are sold only in tioxes.
Bamiki. II. Iuvin, of Utn Creek, Colfax
Co- New Mexico, says: The ' (July Lung
I'ad" hag dono more tor my' wife than all
the gnllona of Cod Livir Oil, French or
American, she lias taken, cr all tno jjoc
tor's Mcdicinea ahc has used. Sec Adv.
THE DAILY CAIKO HULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 18S1.
A Tunny Fact.
Sol Smith Ktcsoll, tells tho following
tory of his experience as an entertain
er. At u small Ohio town, whero ho
had given his performance tho previous
night, lie met ut the depot tho following
morning an elderly granger, who,
while ho peacefully munched a hugo
quid of tobacco, intently eyed tho hu
morist nnd finally said: "Say, Mister,
bent1 you the fellow wot gin tho show
up toSmoot's Hall lastNight?" "Yes,"
replied Russell," 1 did give an enter
tainment at Smoot's Hall last night."
"Wall, I thought you was the chap. I
wanted to tell you 'bout a bov of mine;
you ought to have him; hos just tho
fellow for your show; he's the d dest
fool I ever seo."
Wlat he Brought Home.
Mr. .Setemup came down stairs to a 10
o'clock breakfast with a vacant coun
tenance anil a backward tendency in
his hair that made his two eyes ache.
Ho sat down at tho table, nnd, picking
up ids knife and fork, glared in uneasy
wonder at something in the platter bc
foro him. It had evidently boon fried
in butter, and was intended for food.
Mr. Setemup harpooned it with his fork
ami lifted it up boldly, gazing at it
with ever increasing wonder. "What,
under the sun," he exclaimed at last,
"is this thing?" "Well, replied his
patient wifo.with just a shadow of a
sigh, "it looks like your new soft felt
hat, and that is what I thought it was;
but you pnlled it out of your pocket
when you came homo this morning and
said it was a nice porterhouse- steak, ami
you wanted it broiled for breakfast.
You needn't give me any of it; I'm not
hungry." Aiid Mr. Setemup, who was
just wild to know what else ho said
when ho came homo, and what time it
was, for the life of him didn't dare to
A Saving of Transportation.
"Talk about your mean men," said
old Pioneer Skindcrson ut Phil Mo
(lovern's saloon the other night, "tho
ightesl, closest, far seeing calculating
old skinflint I ever seed was old Klani
skatter the mine superintendent nho
died up at Gold Hill the other day."
"Was, eh?" encouragingly remarked
a customer, who was feeding Phil' bull
dog with petrilied sandwiches from the
"Yes, .sir-rco; be was just pizen, ho
was; closer than the bark of a tree.
When he was running tho hornet mine
up at Virginia he used to skulk around
the levels, disguised as a mule tender,
just to pipe off the men who didn't
keep hard at it, so as to dock'em tho
"Why, the'dern cuss!"
"But" wait. He actually encouraged
a drill runner to tell a long story ono
day while they were waiting for some
machinery to bo repaired, and after
ward docked the man half iv day, and
all the fellows that heard it, four bits
apiece for stopping to laugh. lie
charged one man teii cents for a single
"That's nothin" Jim Briggs, who was
up on tho Lodo when tho' old miser
died, said that about an hour before
Klatnskattcr handed in his- cheeks lie
sent for the doctor, and says he, 'Doc,
give us tho siraight business. Is there
any show for me?"
"Nary show,' says the doctor; 'you'll
strike bed rock afore night.'
"'Then,' says old Klamskatter. 'I
want some of you fellows to carry me
up to tho top of Mount Davidson right
off. If I can light out from there, it
will save my sold a clear mile of trans
portation.'" "And did they do it?" asked a man
who had waked up over the stove.
"Wall, no," replied the narrator,
simply. "The boys took him over, put
him on the cage, and let him down to
the lowest level of the Hornet, instead.
They said that they guessed he had
made a little mistake about tho direc
tion, somehow. To the best of their
juihment, his soul was going the other
Beneficial Wild Birch,
At a recent meeting of the Ontario
agricultural commission held ai London,
Mr. William K. Sanders, the well-known
Canadian ornithologist gave an account
of some insectivorous birds that w e re
worthy of e-nooumgomont. He said ho
had been engaged in the study of birds
for the last seven or eight years, and
had examined the crops' of probably
about two hundred; of tho birds which
wero purely insectivorous, the most
common was the largest family of
warblers, of which the yellow warbler
and the red start mostly took their food
on the wing, but partially on tho
branches of trees; of the bird- which
took their food exclusively on the wing
there were the lly-catehers, which in
cluded the king bird ami the peewec;
their food was chiefly Hies. Moths were
numerously caught by nighthawks, and
these altogether with Jilio swallows ho
considered birds benelieial to the farmer
and fruit-grower. Of the birds which
fed partly on tho wing and partly on
trees, the food of the yellow warbler
consisted chiefly of tho larva; unci eggs
ot moths, which they took from the
leaves of trees; the vireds and cuckoos
were birds of the same class, anil simil
arly benelieial. Tho bluebird fed most
ly on insects, though it might take grain
when its favorite diet was not obtain
able. The insects devoured by the last
described class of birds were mostly in
jurious to the oivhadist and the fanner.
The nuthatch, which was a very
common bird, stayed in theso latitudes
tho year round, and lived almost en
tirely on insects and their eggs, and
chrysalides. The woodpeckers mostly
took their food upon trees. The red
headed variety wero generally consider
ed a pest on account of their devouring
so much fruit, cbietly cherries and ap
ples. Tho liigh-liolder woodpeckers
though It occasionally ate a few cher
ries, was on tho whole a bird which
should be protected, owing to tho num
ber of insects it devoured. Tho hairy
and downy woodpeckers arid tho yellow
bellied variety wero commonly, but he
believed unjustly, denominated sap
suckers, and accused of destroying
fruit and other trees by extracting' tho
sap from them, Ho had never seen
trees injured by them, and they wero,
benelieial birds in his estimation.
Of tho birds which ale their food tip
on the ground there was first the thrush
es, including thy robin, tho tawny
thrush, tho brown thrush, and tho cat
bird. From his examination of t!i.o
maws of the robin he had very little to
say in his favor, as they wero very de
structive to cherries and other truits,
and nto very few insect chiefly cole
optera and then only when it could
not get fruit; tho cat bird was allied to
tho robin, and liko it was destructive to
raspberries; tho tawny and tho brown
thrushes wero almost exclusively in
sectivorous. The food of tho blackbird
family which included tho red-winged
blackljrd, tho crow blackbird, tho cow
bird, tns meadow lark, and the oriole
consisted largely of beetles and lame;
tho crow blackbird, however, lived
almost entirely on grain; while tho cow
bird, liko tho Ltironean cuckoo, was
decidedly injurious by laying its eggs
in tho nest of other and benelieial birds,
whoso young were generally starved to
death, "owing to the greater size nnd
more clamorous appilito of tho intrud
ing brood; the red-winged blackbird
fed on the larva; of beetles in the spring,
but in the fall it devoured grain.
About "Jo per cent of the food of tho
meadow lark consisted of beetles and
other insects, the remainder being
vegetable food, but of whai kind ho had
been unable to ascertain. The Bathurno
oriole was beneficial to the farmer.
The sparrow were all pretty much grain
feeders, though the grey bird or chip
ping sparrow fed largely on insects.
Our variety, tho purple lineh, devoured
tho buds of trees, and was injurious on
that tceount. The indigo bird fed
niostfy on the seeds of grass and weeds.
The English sparrow seemed to feed
about equally on seeds at.d insects, but
he had not examined their stomachs.
Improving the Occasion.
He was the only son of his mother, tho
pride, tho hope, the apple of her eye.
Over his fair head scarcely three Eng
lish summers had passed. "And be
sure, Peter, nnd recollect this," said his
fond and only parent, as she shut, up
tho good book "never put off till to
morrow what you can do to-day."
"A-h," said Peter, with glistening eyes,
"then let's finish up the pudding to
Rural Now Yorker.
Good cattle are the best investment a
farmer can put his money into. I never
knew a man satisfied with himself or
his trade, who bought poor stock, at
any price, to keep. Good Short-horns,
Herefords, Jerseys, Ayrshires or Hoi
steins are cheap at high figures. They
produce the best beef, milk, butter,
cheese, leather. It is extremely neces
sary to prolit that the fanner buy
healthy, thrifty, high bred animals,
those that produce or are capable of
producing tin1 most of thes" products.
The next thing after good blood, is
good feed and then good care. Breed,
feed and care are three-thirds of good
cattle husbandry. Good breeds amount
to nothing without proper and abund
ant food. They amount to but little
with proper and abundant feed if not
properly sheltered and cared for. They
must have suitable pastures and soils,
and tho surface of tho country must be
adapted to their constitutions. The
Short-horn and Hereford are out of
place on broken pasturage and hilly
ranges; tho Ayrshire, Devon and Jer
sey are there at home. The Holstein
delights in rich alluvial meads and suc
culent bottom lands. Good cattlo aro
a necessary adjunct to good farming
everywhere and always accompany it.
The introduction of good stock into any
fanning community always has a good
effect bv stimulating to better effort and
better feeding. It places a higher
standard before the farming public. It
excites a favorable emulation that works
good to all beneath its influence. Good
cattle aro tho highest type of agricul
ture. Eow to Sweep and Dust.
To sweep and dust a room properly
is an art, and liko all fine arts has a
right method. Well done, it renovates
the whole room, and the occupant takes
possession feeling "that all things havo
become new." It is not merely a per
formance to be done by the hands, but
a work into which tasto and judgment
in other words, brains must enter.
Arc these closets opening into a room
to be swept? Arrange tho shelves,
drawers or clothing preparatory to
sweeping day. then let this be the first
to bo swept. Cover the bed with soiled
sheets, as also all heavy articles that
cannot bo removed; first, however, hav
ing carefully brushed and dusted thcrtt.
move all the furniture that can easily
be set in the hall or adjoining room,
having lirst dusted it; then lake a step
ladder, begin to sweep, or dust, or wipe
the cornice and picture cords and pie
t tires. Draw the shades to tho top of
tho window, or if Wiere are insido blinds,
dust them carefully. Open the win
dows. All tho dust left in tho room
now is in the air, and tho windows will
soon settle it.
Now begin to sweep, not towards a
door or corner, but from the outer edge
of the room toward tho center, where
the dust will be taken up with a small
brush or dust pan. Go over tho room
once more; this time with a dampened
broom; that removes the last bit of dust,
and it gives tho carpet a new, bright
appearance. Replace the articles of
furniture as soon as the air is entirely
freo from dust, uncover the rest, anil
the room is new and clean. All this
seems an easy thing to do, but there is
not ono in a hundred will follow out the
detail. Some will sweep the dust into
the hall, or from one room into another,
and then wonder why their house Is so
dusty again. Others forget cornice and
pictures, and thus leave a seed of future
annoyance; while a third class will do
ull but using the damp broom, which is
us tho finishing touches to a picture.
Tho American Minister in London has
submitted to the British Hoard of Trade
the project of an international copyright
treaty between England and tho I'nited
Slates. Full reciprocal protection is ac
corded to all authors, provided that
within three nionihs idler the publica
tion of a work iu their own country il 8
republished by them iu the oilier conn
The marquis of Hartinglon's views on
the Irish qucil'ion has been anticipated
with eager interest iu Ejigland. His
father, the duko of Devonshire, owns
(io,;)'.',j acres in Cork, Waterfonl. and
Tippcrary, but the rents on these es
tates have been paid nearly lu full.
This can be said of Very lew of the
great estates iu Ireland.
45 Years Before the rubllc.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy " for nil the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, ami in all bilious 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 prcpara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcd.
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. McLanr and Fleming Bros.
gttry" Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER I'H.I.S, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLanc, spelled differently but
1SOOTS AND Sill) KS
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.Vunuliicturer and dealer in (.'uauim-madtt
BOOTS AXD .SHOES.
Finest nnd Xcatest
stoclx of Custom
u'ade Boots and
Shoes for Boys'and
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
No other shop can
'.:' -. "I
compare with it.
N. II. All work warrnntt'd. and Hcpuiring neatly
dune on elioit uotice.
Irirrlifli Bi'twwn rommi-rrlnl and
-li,!UIl 01., Washington Are.
Cairo - - Illinois.
S II 0 E - M A K E 11.
Atheneum Building Commercial Av.
l'ca only the very I'.i at Im)"rtefl Stock m:d cm
p'oya the wo! compel. !! workmen.
IJIill'KS ItEASON AIlLIi nnd t utiffuctiun
All Sorts, Stylea anil Sizes ut
C. K O C H'S,
.Manufacturer and ileulcr
In the fined Ilund S'cacd and IV'ecl I'.oota and
Mi tie a of all t!is lnlei't Myh n. from the litat
St. Lor is and I'd.-ton
Mitriufucturera. Una the liirjieat and lnt eeleeled
Htock to he. found In the city fr
Men's, Tioys', LadirV and Children's
wear, lit thvloweat pon-ihlc prices. Alwuya on hand
a complete atuck of leather ami fliulir.si',
No. iai Commercial Ave. I . Til
lift. Kil'th uhd Math sn, . l.ilJUl, J J I.
1ji:nj. F. Gp.akton, Stokv 15. Lam;
II.u.dkkt E. Pa I.N u.
Late lommiHi-ioner of I'utenip,
F A T E iT T S
PAINE, GRAFTON k LADD,
A ttorni.'va-at l.iov nnd Solicitor of Air.erirna and
Ki.relu 1'ntei tK.
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Obtained fur new Inventiona. or for Improvemcr.ta
on old onea; for medical or other componndf , trade
mark Kiid laliela. t.'nveuta. Afuk'nmeiitn. Inter
f.rencea, Appeal. Suit for Infrint'enienta, and
ii. i casci" iincinv; unuer on: j uieni i.awa. prompt.
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Dr. .1 . P. Hinppon- Spcctllc Medicine I a po.
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-bouid hi: taken In every Dcmccratic rnmily in the
IT CONTAINS ALL TDK NEWS,
Market l!i port, a ( holee Seb-ctlon of lauding
.Matlerainl iirnl Di-riiocrutlc luti-lllgenre.
Only S I. CO r Year.
Copv free to pi ron Pelldil g club of t' II.
AGK.NTH WAX I'KDIa -v.-ry Coun
ty. Send for ss ;n pie copv free. Address.
II A.N N E K UK LIliLIlTV. Elleintilu, N. Y.
AS -4 vdiittit lurnishcd tree, wtth full In
J I I 'rlll'!loiia lor conducting the most
I I ll"'"l'dubl lii-iness 1 1, ut buy one can
f.J I iigiige in. The business is fo ein-y
IT ' to b urn, nr d our Instruction" are so
simple and pluin, that any one can
make great profits (nun tbu Hurt. No one can fail
wlio I-w il'.itig to work. Women are a suci'-sful
nnnn. i;o i.nl girls can cum large sum'.
Many have Inai'e (it the ,ijnefs over onr hundred
dollars ie a sin'.'le week. Nothing like it eu-r
known bi bT". All f-rgage are snrerisd at the
ease und rnpidity wi i h hii b they are a lib- to maWe
money. on cm enght'ii In ih bum ess durn it
your -pare time at gp a' pn iit Yonio 1 1: have to
ll.M'H capital in It V.'e take nil 'he n-K Those
Who le C'l re.l'IV llloliev. hollb! V.l"-e to ;s at olii e.
All funnel-d free. A'idreaa TKl'E iV CO.. Au
Cillto, Il i.ivon, lU'cernber. 10. ls-v
The regular annual meetiiig of the stockholder
of the City National Hank of Csiro. for the purpose
of eieetiiig seven directors, will be held t the of
flee of ssi I bank. In this city, on Tuesdav. January
11, b-l Polls ot)i n at Pi o'clock a. rn. and dure
at 4 o. clock p. in. of "aid (lay.
THUS, SV. 1I.U.I.I1IAY. Cashi.-r.
Q1IIO it MISSISSIPPI II'y.
I I C I I I 1 1 1 1
TA1ILK OP rASSKSOKIl TIIAINS KIIOM
Vl.NCKNNKS I Nov. UO, lST'J.J
J Hay Express i Kxcept Sim'lay) 1 :?,n p. m.
il Kpres i l.xeepi iitu!ay). 1 : p. m.
4 Night Exprea. i llniiyi. P.'Mna, m.
Ti E.vpr"s (Except Sunday) f,:ii', a. m.
1 ! Oi y Kxpre. ( Kxeepl Ninday). . . g:Mp, m.
il Night Lipres-i Dally) l;gju.in.
. Ci.akk, C. S. Conk. .In ,
ut Yiiicenne. (ien. Tiekei Ag t Cineimiati
(JAIRO ST. LOUIS R. II,
Jr. AV. SMITJtJ-lKg!. locf!ivcr.
SHORTEST SIIOKT LINE BETWEEN
CAIKO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hrot'.eh Expres leave Cairo K. ir, a.m.
Throtirh Express arrives at K.St. Louis.. M :i s i j. m.
'I lirouu'h Kxpri'-s leaves K. M. l.ouls.,.. '.fMtin.Au
Thro'ieh Kxpress arrives i at Cairo riilOp.m.
M 'irphysboro accommodation leaves Cairo 1 :;iu p. in.
M I'ldiysboro Aec. arriver-at Mur.hyboro p.m.
M'ir hysboro Acc. leaves Murphysboro .. .1:i)n.m.
Si' irphysboro Ace. arrive at i.airo..... . ..11 :Jfj a.m.
The Cairn A Sr. Louis H ill Howl I the only all
1,'ail Koiite between Calm and St. Louis underline
maiiai-ement. therefore there are no delays at
way si at 'oiis iiltinj.' connections from other ! ine.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for North, liust ami West.
J , A. NAl'i.LK. L. St. JOHNSON'.
Acelit Oet.eral .Maniu'er.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only "Lino 1 tunning
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Diiiect Connection
Tuainh Liuvn Caiiiu:
;j:iri h in. Moil,
Arrlvltn; In Bt. l.ouls (1:45 u.m.; l'lilcnn,R:'V) p.m. ;
Cotniei tltij; at Oillti and hllliiirham for I'lncin
nan, Loiilsyllle, lndlanapolia ulid point Kaet.
llilOii.m. fl. I.ouiMiuul A''aitiivn
rrlvlni: In HI. Loul T:0,'i p. '"-i and coiincctlnij
for nil points West.
I :-'() p.m. I''nt J'lxpronfi.
1'nrSI. Loula and clilcui;i). arriving at Si. Loula
lb:ln p.m., and Chicago T:'.M a m
I !!Jt I i m. (.'irioimmt I PlxproHH.
Arriving at Clnrliiiiatl 7 :i a.m.; Louisville 7:'2
a m, i Indianapolis 4:iw a, in. Passenitera b.V
tin train reach th alinve point 1 'i lo 1'
Hot US In Hdvanve f my other routu.
(TheiliW p. mxirea baa rt'LLSlAN
M.I.I;P1NU ('All Cairo lo Clnclimail,
cbiniK.', uiiii IhriuiKh alou era to bt. l.oula an
Fui-t Tlino Kant-
l an.ed by Sundav l.itervl'.ili.K. The W'!M r'' l.v
upplv al Illinois cetiiial llro.' ,,i"7kk
.IA3. JUIINSON. J' V k.d Al'ent.
lien, southnrn Agent. ,.,'"?. , V'
A. II. HANSON, Ju. !, Afii-ut. CuUiitfu.
KIHI I'D in
ICK HEADACHE !
We 3Ie;in Cured, .Not Merely Relieve
And Can Prove What wu Claim.
f-r-Thero are no failure, ami uh,,-..,.
m-nts. If you urn troubled wlih SICKTi
ACl'K you can be ea.l.y ,.il ("iy""
hundred, have been alreaily. W,- slVairbTpTel.
to inaiia.l.eeioi' i.-.tm7u to iiny Imeresn .i "
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure ,' forms or ItliiouMies. prevent Cim.-t
pinion and Lyspeiisitt, promote Dif.stion. rcll-ve
iLstree trorn'ooliearty eatlni;, correct JMum'.'...
of the Stomac. Stimulate the Llwr. and Ili-m,!.;..
the How-la. Ihey do all ,1,1. hy ,;iM 'a ,
little pill ,it a do,-. They are pnrrlv vecei.bls L
not -ripe or purne. ami an.- n. nearly perfect"
it t JM.-s.iMe for a pill t be. Priee J L is l f"
S'. !"''1 dniru-l.'. en-rvwhere or-nt by 7L,,
I A fiTK K Allilili INK ( u . l.l'lK A '
To make a ii.ait of m-dicli '.-utraMnii ,
Il.tmor- of the Hlood. Uspep. a. .i-,,.r fr,M.e ,'.'
Kldin-y Wenkne.. or l.ujeral Ii-biiiiy. f,..'t " i,v
rnaii. post paid, lor ;.. or .i kn:;. n for Si '..
J Al.UNZ'H-bEKNK. h.i'Jan Iloct-r
-ia Pine M , si . 1...B1, jj,
A ' I-" ann eT;....,
0 H I W't Uuttlt (.,,. A,,jr,.., j,
O. VICKI.KV. A.:-:.tll.
DVEI.TIl.l:s' ..,.,! , r "i r S. J ,., ,., j .
-eal l;e,:!, .,r . P. I.'i.-s,-;; A , ;
siiruce St.. N. .
NEW Al' EI.Ti-ESIENTS.
'ANTEI).-.Mai,!.fa-tut!i.i. c.-tcru y:.t,
bu-iness mini ii. Cairo, an I lnetrn i !: . a, .
reHdytaU-u.i A ( liundieil dol.ar- t- ..-' to
pay for g.-d on d -liver af ,-r nrii-rs l.ac I. -r.
secured for the siin-. J!:u p.r month u-A'
e;::arni,t -d. The im -t si-urel.ii.! inv-.i- , t,
solicited. A s AIlN' I.D.V CO . ron.r'r
street and liri.adwsy, I'.-oi klyn. N, Y.
rronennc. I th i t th. B:!
-'. In- I ' ., i! !... m in,. w.I I I 4
:! it 14 W., I - . Kit'- ., . ,M tw-j
t..-li jiw,iJ, W H iCCItrrtLlH 4 10 . B t
Irmna Pmni Rs',?
Hut, 1 rnr, I'l'tiiM. (wTyjiM
ll'AI I II I.I If lik-n u Olnrleil. JV'i All II. 0 I
' art f'r r' l ialt-ti i ntui m' J'li-fO' ..
I .'i r iiny ji, ir-n iki fl tr!a! notil(tfret.
t..,i!.-tiu,tri'v ..'ni.'expr-s.. s-nd nu: t
I'. I.. a: 1 ixirin tti lni to Lit K(.ISK.i
Alt i.Ji.I'lil.ai.lil,l', .xxPruicii-.d.irHSjL.H.
Wlihntit mo'lldnec. ALLAN'S BOIXTtLE
I. i "OlOIKs. 1'aunted Oetot.fr 1''. .it
Sit. 1 will rare any cms in fori' d,r. r less.
No. 2 will rure the niol utirt.ii.ie tj.:, an mm i.r
f h- .,0(Ctmnlintf.
No i.usi"iu do.m of enhetw, ? npalba or n-t (
i.l'i.w.mrl, tail are crta'a ,. frn'ltiie ilv;..- .-
rj n slroynor tn ro-iteiu-a f tha lorr i-o.
arin.-eaor astrlnfsi.t mj-elioi.a lu prauce otai
I'rire fi jsj. Mil I) !!T ALL IiKt'OOIsT, .1
Bailed receipt of pr.-e.
Tor fir" her partu nUrs send for cirrolar
Ko.BeXlSSl. J '-'. AI.LAN lii.,33 aoiniMri l
fiew i ork.
WeoU.r $5W ri'rd for ar.y cif; Uiit z4
yulct.talt-ai.il eur'. ;-t;rc.
1 Orladr that 'n : ,i .
ad'lr will re,-, i e... i
thlmr Vs Ijti .U iil. In.
may prove ttie iteppinir-toue in a lire ' arc-
Ills e-pec.iilly ml. ipied to tlem-wlni tjsiv reaehc
Hie foot -I in- hill. A'l'lrna il. V'll'M... X
Orecnwicli Street, Sew York.
HE FAMILY HAND BOOK
OH, III.. ll'K.l AND fAlTS H TUB MIM.f-.VI
lMlnr.rirj,' 1. v n:i, Mfl;,.i;rl. Mtp-I.il.tl. I'r- '. ...n .A
hhi 1. i w, -ir tli, S rk, li.l.iiitilr'l, Iiieil l"l, H- i .--.... . A . .
t.i ... 8fwi'a r.. . tt. AMru. , II. MuUA,
14, S..uih -it Mrnl, Otwlltn, V. V, "
Cuper7 Holiday IMion.
Sbvll in In .(.:."
bound and Llu.-i:
d. Kent a a rrctr-
Ir. Footo'j i.WALJH
NTHLY. tiii V r
r. Siimr.l'. k 'fl. SI.
11111 1'UB. CO., al 2tU Street, N. YJt'y '
J'uaUgeoa Ixiokiv. Cents i rei.-'.ereu ma-'i, u.-
TTlTA"nflPfl nmrkljr wilh'jl euMii-itr : In.l In ,s
VLl vllUliU i.. A.....T, nin-.n;,S" k.ik
lftT70 f'a trw Be-'"-" "t
anil mi nmni.iirvi"i
timliilir i"'""-r, el
...-nni-nrv. Ilrn nml v e.-p
a-aiki in i.ulty, hii J i-.i-reai
(Swain in i.iuiy, nu J i-Merv.i' - .,., ,
M. ? r. mil. s - i sxiiUiv" '
EARS kobtiib M1LLI0
Foo Clioo'" IWilsum of -Shark's Oil
Pnslllvely Ilnstoreatlii! Iii-nrlnc. and I tliu (ij
Ab'l,,,u l;,lru for 1,l'"fllu',H Known.
This OH I extracted from a peculiar specie. ::f
., l Whit" Shark, caueht lu the Yellow Shi.
known a Carcliarmloii Kondeletll. Kvry ( hit.i ,
rtsherinau know it. Ita virtues a a re.tornl i ve n:
liearlliK were discovered by a Huddhtst Prle.t about
tho year HUh 1'" cures wero so numinous i-,ii
niany o aeemlni'ly tnlriieiilou. that the rem, ri
waa olllcliilly proclaimed over tho entire Kmpli.i
Ita use became so ut lver.nl thai for over lino. year,
no denfenes lias existed bIiii.Iii: the Clilnese' peo
pie. Sent, charges prepaid, to any addreas at ! pc
liottlu. Only Imported by HAYI.OCK ,t.- ((.,
aoi.U ioKNis foil amkiiii'A. 7 Di'jr St., New York
It virtue am tiiiquestloniible and Itacttratlvl
uliatiicler alisoliite, as l ho writer can jiersouall
leslll'y. both from experience nnd observation.
Amotiej the many reader of the i evlew in oni
purl und inn ther of the rotnilrv, It Is probable thai
number are allli-ted w. (leal'iies. and to aiich It
may bn nald: "Write i.Lonce lo llnvlork Co., T
I ley Hlre-I. Ni w York, m los i,u el,' and you will
receive by return a rem. dy that will etiaUUi you to
hear like anybody el-e, uhd whose curative etl'ecH
will tie periiiun-iit You will never regret doing
en."-I-tutor nr New Ytrk SlenalHlIc lieview,
Sept. USUI, n-tu. .
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