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Tho Austrian chambers of commerce
have ordered what they intend to be the
finest tablo sen-ice of glass ever pro
duced in IJohemia, as a wedding pres
ent for the Prince Rudolph.
The members of a Tory Club in Lon
don arc about to placo a bust of Bea
consfield in their entrance, hall. It is to
be tho work of Count (Jleichin, nntl is a
replica of tho one executed by Queen
Buddhism is rapidly losing its hold in
Japan. Sinco 1873 in a single district
Kcventy-ono temples have been diverted
to secular uses. It is estimated that in
tho Empire moro than seven hundred
temples have been thus secularized
within the past nine years.
A Frederic (Mil) fustico of tho
peace lately charged a man forty cents
for acknowledging a deed before him.
The man ofleretT tho legal fee, thirty
cents, whereupon tho J. 1'. drew a re
volver, and tired two shots at tho resist
ing citizen, both missing. Tho justico
A Pennsylvania law provides that all
money put into a stakeholder's hands aa
a wager may bo seized and devoted to
tho support of the poor. The statute is
sixty years old, and has long been a
dead letter. The poor board of Scran
ton, however, have undertaken to en
force it in that city.
A Providence expressman failed to
deliver a woman's trunk nt the railroad
depot within tho stipulated time. Tho
delay caused Iter to miss a train, and
she was very angry. When tho culprit
appeared she deliberately doubled her
list and struck straight out from tho
shoulder, knocking him down.
A little daughter of a man in Port
land, Me., while combing her hair be
fore n mirror, brushed a gas-jet with
her hand. In an instant the celluloid
comb was in flames, and tho child's
hand and cheek were severely burned.
The comb was consumed as quickly as
a piece of paper would liavo been.
The chief of tho bureau of statistics
furnishes the following information in
regard to immigration into the United
States: There nrrived in tho customs
districts of Baltimore, Boston, Detroit,
Huron, Minnesota, New Bedford, New
Orleans, New York, Pussamaquoddy,
Philadelphia, and San Francisco, dur
ing tho month ended Oct. 31, 1HH0,
C'J.808 passenger, of whom Cl.ai'J were
immigrants, S,G(i5 citizens of the United
States returned from abroad, uud 2.691
aliens riot intending to reside in tho
United Stales. Of litis total number of
Immigrants there arrived from Kngland,
6.CG6; Wiiles.llO; Scotland, 1,.'h; Ire
land, 6,70.1; (iernutny, 17.0.V.I; Austria,
1,666; Sweden, H.'lHfJ; Norway, 1,46a;
Denmark, !I60; France, 661; Switzer
land, 922; Spain 71); Holland, 5:JD;
Belgium, 141; Italy, 1,061; Russia. H62;
Poland, 184; Hungary, 418, Finland, 14;
Dominion of Canada, 17.017; China,
474; Australasia, HI; Mexico, U.'l; Portu
gal, 82; Azores, 7'J; and from nil other
Disorders which Ailed the Kidneys
Are among the most formidable known.
Diube'.es, Bright' disease, gravel and other
complaints of the urinary organs arc not or
dinarily cured in severe eases, but they may
be averted by timely medication. A use
ful stimulant ot the urinury glunds has ever
been found in Hottttfttur'n Stomach Bitters,
a inediciue which not only allbrds the re
quisite stimulus when they become inactive,
but increases their vigor und secretive pow
er. By increasing tho activity ot tho kid
neys and bladder, this medicine has the
additional effect of expelling from the
blood impurities which it is the peculiar
office of thoso organs toeliininato and pass
off. Tho Bitters Is also a purifier and
Btrengthener of tho bowels, nn invigorant
of tho stomnch, nnd a matchless remedy for
biliousness and fever and ague. It counter
acts a tendency to premature decay, and
sustains nnd comforts the njred and infirm.
Tli ricitsures ol Hope.
When tho body is bowed with pain an
Intense longing lop relief brings hope. This
may brighten the suffering but it does not
cure. At s time like this how woleomo is
such friend ns Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, bringing homo, health and hap
piness and tho joys of a renewed life.
If von AMC tired taking tho large old
fashioned griping pills, try Carter's Little
Liver Pills and toko some com (bit. A
man c&u't fctaud everything.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1881.
About a Doomed One.
"Your future husband seems very
exacting; ho has been stipulating for
all sorts of things," said a mother to
her daughter, who was on tho point eif
being married. "Never mind, mamma,"
rejoined the affectionate girl, who was
already dressed for tho wedding; "these
nro his last wishes."
From tho London Cllolio.
A controversy is going on in tho Ger
man papers as to the origin of tho
word "salamander" among the academ
ical youth. A "salamander" is a sub
stitute for tho touching and clinking of
glasses at a drinking bout. In tho year
18U1 tho Heidelberg students deter
mined to abolish tho old German cus
tom at their own extraordinary solem
nities, and to substitute in its placo a
new drinking ritual of their own. At
tho word of command every man stands
up, and instead of striking his glass
against tho rim ef tho glass of each of
his fellows, ho shouts out with all his
might tho apparently meaningless
word, "Salamander!" One philological
critic has discovered that thero was
never any mystery in tho word, but
that it was simply a corruption of tho
command, "Drink all together" (Sari ft
allc mil eimtndcr!) Another asserts
that tho word was derived from a
Hebrew-Greek combination, is'chalo
mandri (Hail to tho man!); while a
third contends that it originated with
a student who wished to introduco Ma
sonic salamander into acadcmicial so
lemnities. It appears, however, that a
fourth theory traces back its origin to
our own language. The American offi
cers under Washington, we are inform
ed, used to set firo to tho rum in their
lasses and dring it down while it was
timing. They called this peculiar ex
ercise "making a salamander." Wo
place no great faith in any of theso hy
pothetical derivations. Customs ariso
often from somo freak of the moment,
and this is particularly likely to bo tho
case with a convivial custom such as
tho excrcitam mlamandri.
Madame Hopkins, an Old-Fashioned Lady.
From tho Doslon Post.
Rockpoint is tho peninsula which
closes in Burlington Bay on tho north
west, and being a high rocky bluff, com
mands tho most exiiuisito view of Bur
lington, with its background of Grren
Mountains, that can be imagined. Tho
point forms part of nn estate which is
now held by the church in Vermont as
tho Episcopal residence. But as tho
present diocesan has had a second resi
dence presented him in Burlington, ho
has left tho Rockpoint estate to the
venerable Madame Hopkins, widow of
tho late Bishop, for her use during her
This venerable lady, now 85, is one
of tho most remarkable women of her
day. All tho time of her married life,
lifty-two years, she was always at tho
head of a large family. She was tho
mother of thirteen children who were
all educated at homo by their parents,
assisted by their mother's sister. Eleven
of these children lived to maturity. In
addition to Mrs. Hopkins' many donics
tio achievements, she assisted her
husband from tho earliest years of his
ministry in tho management of his
largo schools. During nearly a year
tho responsibility of superintending a
family of 108 persons fell upon her, iter
husband being absent; yet at that time
her youngest child was but an infant of
nine days! She still speaks fluently
English, German and French, having
been born in Hamburg, ami at ono
time could play on seven instruments
She wroto remarkably well. While
visiting her the other day tho writer
heard her play on the piano ono of Mo
zart's shorter sonatas, learned when she
was a little girl. As wife, mother,
teacher, housewife, and in her social
rapacity, Madame Hopkins filled to an
extraordinary degree the ideal of wom
anhood. She is now only waiting, ns
she says, to join her idolized husband,
whose mortal remains lie entombed but
a few rods distant from his homo when
A Bonanza Found in a Paper Mill
One of the girls at tho paper mill yes
terday found in a bundle of pape 's that
she was assorting a registered letter
containing 8125 in greenbacks. The
letter was addressed to a man in Loin
poc, nnd it came to the paper mill in a
lot of papers that were procured in tho
San Francisco Post Office. The letter
bore a recent date, the lGth instant.
Not being familiar with greenbacks tho
girl diil not know the value of the
"lind," and divided with her compan
ions, but the value of tho pieces of paper
dawning on her mind, she took what
she had left to tho book-keeper, Walter
Baggs, and ho told her that the green
baeks were as good as gold. He made
an attempt to gather the money togeth
er, so as to restore it to its owner, tho
address being preserved. Ho obtained
what tho girl had left, 05, but tho wo
man, who had been presented with 25
beforo tho value of the "lind" was as
certained, had the misfortune to "have
her pocket picked" while sho was down
stairs, and consequently could not re
store tho money.
Vhy tlio Romans Wish Each Other "A
Letter from Home.
Even in the earliest days it was tho
custom to wish a "good" August nnd
to mako presents and to give dinners
and entertainments. The reason for
thero is a method in all theso Roman
madnesses is, that August is tho most
unhealthy month in tho year In Rome.
If you escapo tho fevers until then, you
can rarely escapo mem in August, un
less unheard-of precautions are taken,
of which youoon get tired. As rest,
uleep and good wino aro tho surest pre
ventives of Roman fever, tho August
gifts usually take tho form of poultry
und wine, If you can cat well, sleep
well and drink well and nover go into
the open uir while thero is a ray of sun,
you may escape tho fever. But eat
irregularly, and drink poor wine nnd
po out during tho hot hours, nnd
sooner or later you will bo seized with
fever, and Roman fevur is not easily
forgotten. It begins with a shivering
fit that shakes tho very room in which
the patient lies, nor can tho heaping
on of eider-down quilts nnd pillows
ilop it. It sometimes continues for
hours. Tho teeth chatter and you feel
ns if suddenly cast naked on an iceberg.
When tho shivering lit ceases tho fever
commences, and after that comes a
profuso perspiration. Tho' moro you
perspire the better, for if the patient
docs not perspire, he is suffering from
tho worst kind of Roman fever, called
tho "pernieiosa," whoso very uamo
makes Romans ipiako with terror, for
it carries one off in a couplo of hours.
Native Romans think nothing of theso
fevers; they do not evuti call in a doctor
if all goes on well; that is, if tho per
spiration comes out all right. 'Ihry
know exactly what to do, and tho fevers
have no moro effect on them then that
of keeping them in bed during tho act
ual fevcrishness. Between the spells,
which return very regularly, they eat,
drink, work, walk and go to theaters,
as if nothing was tho matter with them;
ami will sometimes continue thus for
more than eighteen months. They look as
yellow as thu lemons, tho juice of which
they drink, but that is all. With Amer
icans and English, however, tho caso
is different. In the first place, wo be
gin by being very frightened, and tho
quinine has not tho samo effect on us as
it has upon the Romans. Our stomachs
reject it after a very few doses, much to
the doctor's dismay. A couple of fever
ish attacks reduce us to a state of pro
stration. Wo are unablo to lift a hand
kerchief. Tho dreaded "pernieiosa"
soon makes its appearance, unless wo
. can bo removed to better air, when tho
fever disappears as if by enchantment.
At tho first sign of a Roman fever,
therefore, every American should leave
Rome immediately if only for Frnscati,
Albano, or any of tho other Summer
resorts which aro at tho gates of liomo.
Doctors send away patients in their
beds, if they arc too weak to be removed
Suppose a machine should fail to per
form its work, and the owner, instead ot
trying to ascertain tho cause of failure and
remedy it, should conclude to run right
along, and nigue that as the machine had
heretofore come around all right it would
soon be so again. If a general and perma
nent break-down ensued could anybody be
blamed but himself? Now, precisely this
way do people act and argue when the
"human machine" is out of order. When
tho liver is ."torpid" and bowels constipat
ed everyone knows that Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Purgative Pellets afford prompt and
permanent relief. Yet some guess the
"machine" will come around all right, and
do nothing. Could any system of false
reasoning be more pernicious? Suppose
tho blood be out ot order and there be pim
ples, ulcers, or running sores with scrofu
lous tumors, swellings and general debility,
and those thus affected should refuse to use
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
guessing that the blood would purify itself,
could anybody bo blamed but themselves,
if a general a permanent break down of
health ensued? No remedy yet known
equals the Discovery in curing all scrofu
lous, throat, bronchial and lung diseases.
Sold by drujrtrists.
Health, hope nnd happiness are restored
by the use of Lydia E. Pinkhnni's Vegeta
ble Compound. It is a positive cure for all
those diseases from which women suffer so
much. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhnm,
233 Western avenue, for pamphlets.
FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Bronchits.
etc., is given away in trial bottles free of
cost to ihe nfllicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of the throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity pass. We
could not afford, anil would not give this
remedy away unless we knew it would ac
complish what 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 cure one-halt the
cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Geo. E. OTIara, druggist,
Cairo, Illinois. (!j
We desihk to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Offer of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $350 Square Grand
Piano, 3 stringed; 7J octaves, in a hai'd
Bome rosewood case, for only $215; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
great bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music at one-third price. These
Pianos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made ono of the finest displays tit
the Centennial Exhibition, and wereuuaui
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Houor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Piano 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 savinir is
made by doing away with the Agency Sys
tem, ana giving tho 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 bo mailed free
Why aro 4810 yards of land boviL'ht on
credit, liko a drinking song? Because it is
"an aero on tic."
Why is a man who breaks a window and
then pays the damago liko Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil in curing rheumatism. Be
cause it breaks the pain and then makes it
all right. Paul G. Schuh, ngent.
W. E. Mi M.Kit, of Dellvue, Ohio, says:
I havo been troubled with Asthma,, and
received no relief until I procured your
"Only Lung Pad." I ran recommend it to
any one having tho asthma. Sec Adv.
Onions aro prescribed as a sure euro for
clerical kissing, ana pping liiossom as a
sure euro for dispepsia, indigestion and all
disorders of tho stomach. Prico 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
. Saved from Death.
Mrs. Jacob Willison, Marion, O,, says her
child was not expected to live, owing to a
severe attack of Croup; sho tried Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which gave immed
Mr. C. Clcndrnnen, Marion, O., used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for Bunions; ho says
at first start he thought it was lfko the rest
tif tho advertised humbugs, but was agreea
bly disuppointed nnd uow would not bo
without somo in the house for any nn ncy.
I'ailG, Smut, Agcut."
45 Yearn Before the 1'itbllc.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
lire not recommended as a remedy " fur nil the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all liilious Complaints, 1 ys
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 uncqualod.
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 TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and Fleming Bros.
BO? Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING UK0S., Pittsburgh, Ttt.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
To .Nervous SullVrern-Tlie (ireat Kurnpetm Rep-cilv-Hr.J.
II. Siiupfiiiii's Sju'i-itlc Mi'illfliie.
)r. J II. Slnijiron'o SpccilH' Medicine If pocv
tlve cure for Spurmuturrlica, Impntency, Wi-ukm-Hp
and nil iliceithcH resulting frcim helf-AhWc. an Nit
vottH DeWlltv, Irrlluljlllt.v. MeMnl Anxlctv, I.nnMor,
Latitude, l)eirefniciti ifSdrll(i ami funrt Uninl de
nownit'iitc of th Nervous Synicm t'enernllv faliif
In liak or Hide, Lojk of Memorv. IViimtiire nli'i
A'.'c and ('iKeaKes
tlint lead tn Con
ty ind an early
!rave, or both.
No matter how
shattered t h
eyitcm may he
from eicenfed of
any kind, a chort
rourse of lhh nieiiiriii,! u ill rusture Uu- iul luiu
tlon and procure health and liftppincn, where be
fore was despondency and doom. Thu Speclilc
Medidnu is beiLg used wllu wonderful sue
J'nmijliU'tn sent freo to ull. Write for Hi cm and
i;rt liili particulars,
l'rice, Spi-cillc. J 1 .Mi per package, or fix pack
nues for 5.11". Will be sent by mail on receipt ol
money. Address all orders,
.1. 11. SIMPSON S MEniCINK CO.,
No8, lo-l ?nd loti .Main St., liiitlalo, N. Y.
HOOTS AND SHOKS
Manufacturer and dealer in Ciistom mudo
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Xeatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots! and
Shoes for Iioys'aml
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
'. D. All work warranted, and KepnirinR neatly
done on slum notice.
It well Hi !f Between Commercial aid
jllllll Oli, WuchliiRtouAve.
Atliciiemn Hiiililinn' Commercial A v.
t'ses only the very llest Imported Stock and em
ploys the uiol competent workmen.
1 KICKS JtEASONAULE and sailsfactku,
All Sorts, Styles und Sizes at
Manufacturer and dealer
la tho finest Hand-Sewed and I'l ei'i d Hoots and
Shoes, of all the latest styles, from the best
St. Lons and I'ostox
Manufacturers. lias the largest nnd best selected
mock to he found In the city for
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, nl the lowest possible pries, Always on hand
a complete stock of leaiher dial I'ndlne.s,
liubbers. etc., etc..
Nn. !K) Commercial Ave.
Dct. Kilt Ji ahd Sixth Sts,
Notice is hereby elven, that on Saturday, the ir,tli
day of ilaniiiiry next, between the hours of III
o'clock In tho 'forenoon and Ti o'clock In the after
noon of said day, at the Into farm renldence of
Isaac Walder, deceased. In township 17 S. It. 'J
west, In Alexander and sthte ol Illinois, the per
sonal property of said deceased, consisting of
hinsi'S, niulen, cattle, Iiol;. fiirinini! Implement
and machinery of various, kinds, household nnd
kitchen furniture-about J.uui bushels of corn,
about HI acres of irrowini! wheat and oilier articles.
Will bo sold at public rale,
TKHMS OK SAl.lC: Purchasx s of less than live
dollars to b paid in hand : for that amount and
over, nn n credit of nine months, thu purchaser
clvlna nolo, with approved se urllv,
FKI.ITZA WAI.Hl-.lt, Administratrix.
Cairo, 111 liii lM.liiic.emberiJlst. lewi.
Whereas, Thomas ! Shores and Hnsnn A. Shores,
Ills wife, did on I lie first day of Mecember. ls'rt. by
their certain salcmortiniee, duly recorded In thu
lecorder'ii ofllce of Alexander county, In volume,
"Z," paee iMH, tnortiMiM and sell In the under
sliriied, lots numbered twenty-live (tf'i) and twenty
six pi) In block numbered unci 1 1. In the third ad
dition In the city of Cairo. Illinois, to secure Ihu
payment of n cerlaln promlsory note In snld timri
iinu'u described , Now. therelore. default having
been mtuleln Ihe pavment of said Hole, I will mi
tier iinil by virtue of i lie power of iiulu In noil
at tho hoiirof a o'clock In Hie iilicrnoiin of mild
day, nt thu westerly tlnnr of Ihe court house, In
said AlexHinlei-county, at public vendue to the
highest bidder for rash In hand, together with nil
rlchl and eipihy of redemption of tho snhl tnort
jailors, llielr heirs and nsaiuns therein, the prop
erty above described, to satisfy said nolo, lliteruit
1'ATKICK POPE, aiortirnuoe.
(In ''.km v '111 iikiit, Attorney.
a week In ynitr own town, foutlM ft'o. No
ns. iicinicr, lr you want a nusiness in
w hich tiersons of either set can make ureal
day all the Onm they work, w rite for partltnlan to
U. 11AUKIT C'o Portland.
fMifi 4 XTCi
110 .ojl.wo; StoWHtopn. l'l
Ulil Jill CVNOH $W ui... I'npcr free
IHjHTQinYCIl'rociired for all noldlera
J H 1 l A kV'"il'-'l In the U. S. service
x,-JM-yjK'twm any cansej also for
heirs of deceased soldiers. Thu sllijlitest disability
Houtity and new diKhnrires procured. IT in doubt
auto whether entitled lo anylhlni, send two :le.
stamps for our "Circular of Inlormntion." Ad
dres, with stamps, STOliliAliT CO., Solhitora
nl Claims nnd patents, room K St Cloud Ilulldliu;,
Lowest prices ever known
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OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
ut ureiuiy reduced price.
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trnctlons for condncllnir the most
profitable business that any oue can
criL'aL'e In. The business Is so eusv
to b urn, ai d our Instructions are so
simple and plain, that any one ran
mako crent profits from the start. No one can fail
who Is willini; to work. Women are as successful
as men. Cms and kUIs can earn lart'e sums.
Many have made at the business over one hundred
dollars In a sii.ele week. 'othlnK like It ever
known before. Ail who cia'ae are surprise! at the
ease and rapidity w llh which they are aiile to make
money. You can cimaire In this business during
your spare time at great profit. Youdo not have to
invest capital in It. We take all the risk. Those
w ho need ready money, should wtire to tin nl once.
All furnished free. Address TKLE A CO , Au
Caii-.o, Iiiinois, December, in, 1jm1
The regular annual mcctliu! of the stockholder
of the City National Hank of Cairo, for the purpose
of electini; seven director", will tie held at thu of
fice of sjld bank. In this city, on Tuesday, January
11, jkxi . rolls oucn at Id 0 clock a. m. a
at 4 0, clock p. in. of said day
'JilOS. V. HAI.I.IDAY, Cashier.
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED OX MONDAY
82.00 Per Annum
Tho Weekly Bulletin,
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Ki-lii vet.
And t'au I'rove What we Claim.
rtryThero are no failures and no dlsitl polnl
meiits. If you are troubled with MCKii l.AU
At HE you can Im easily ami quickly cured, as
hundreds l,MvH hci n already. We sTiail b p'eased
to mail 11 sheet of testimonials to any Ini, r.-s-ed.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure al! rnrma or IIIlioiitn ss. prevent (on at I
pinion and Dy-pcimia. promote Dil ation, relieve
distress from too hearty eatinif. correct Disorder
of the Stomach, stimulate thu I.lver. and lie-iiaie
the Dowels. TLc y do all this by takinir jut one
Utile pill at a do.e. They are purely veea ,e, do
not irripe or puree, and are n nearly pctii-'.t as
II Is possible for a pill to he I'ricu 1 celts, ',, for
1. Sold by druuflsts everywhere or sent l.yn.atl.
CAIlTEU AlKDkINK CO . EI'.IE. I'A.
N KW ADY E KTISE M E NTS,
IIEH H P0AV DEI IS
To makff a ((r.ari of medicine 1. 1. n i.'m! n. rure
Hnmors of the Blood, ij .1 j s a. r 'I roi;'
Kidney Weakness, or (,i,t,erui Jirbun. s...t by
mail. p(,st paid. lor ,,:.c . cr r.pai kici hn : Ad
dress J. AI.ONZO I.HEENE. Ii.dlni. I'm' r
kl'i I'ine St , St. l.o :- Mo.
C' 7 7 7 van Bid ext..
Mff agents. (,.;trti fr,.,.
O. VK'KLKi", A.ri-ra.
' i d f,.r oi;r s. I.:-
Spruce St., N. V
newspaper, t-eo. I'. Low. 11 .V
NEW AD EI.TIsE.V L NTS
ANTED - Mniitifactiirliii; c...r. ra v-t.: a
II hiisines,, man In C airo, nn tlt.c'cn city r. al
read v taken. 1 A lew hundn d didiars cer, ,.; to
pay for t'ood on delivery after orders hue been
secured for the tame. !'o ptr month 'rot1.'
U'liaranl.ed. The most searching irv.-slifVt:on
solicited A S. AltNOI.D CO. rorm-r r'r
Street and liroaclw ay. Drockiyn. N, Y.
J.ESTEY&C2 BflATTLEBORO Vl
't ptrrstiT file, rroniwit.'.. 1 th ui rih . .
sv tn,t; tl it a rill.-. ia ut.- .j : 1 ......... f . : .
I'll 1 ' III W T: 1 ' !. h'l -
BvlJliJ W H ICHIErrtLlN CO li
njns Ps'tvi R?"i-f!
DR. KLLiE SQRttT
r"rall Ila ti A Stutr. ln-t.Mo. (...
' ur i"f l ilt. tbUhlu and Aerr A 'r fr
IvraiLMii if Ui. 11 aj 0lr"-td. .V A-'i r
tiritiiay luf. Treall" an-t 1 trial tyillc'tr.---
:t ii;enU, lhf paTTi.'n;jr.-(?. ui r.iu..
I'. (1. an I t-'r.ii a,-n ti Da. KI.IS'K I
A rt L : t. l'l.;.J..pL.a, I'a. mi unm. ifJ li uv. 4.
ftlihoot mcdk'lnea. ALLAN'S pnt.rnr.H M"
( ATF.D BoLOlKa. i'awnUd CK-ioir l;
.No. I will enre any s iss In f.-nr d.ivi nr .-i
No. J Will cur-t the m.l otistiaale cas.t, n.i ma.
Of liow liytiiriiutidim;.
No naqui ti tu i of entieM, rnpai, or ,
kndtl wood, that aro certaia l 1 r-eiti' s ,ln'..-;
fy el. -siroyimr l!n rnMiii.i of via io.i. i'-ti.
lyrliiueaor asirinifsnt luji-i iioni w pr iuca ut
l'rice Hid. Hit. i rtY ALL I'tt'"GGlSTi.
Dialled "I r-cslit ! n.-e.
For ( her rarlii tilari aend f'-r elrsular.
I. (i. 11. xU-tl. J . ALLAN) i.,!4 JohriStr
W om r JjiXI reward f .r ty car 1 ther will
ylct.ajft and ture cure.
1 Or tidy that n-n 1
ft.lire will r.-. 1 1 .
ihllltf !!! hll it II . t
may prnvc the itepdnif-tntii! to a life of -..
Il Is esn.-ci illy a hpte.l to lh"e who hive r-.
the foot of the hill. ..,in-s M. iol M,
Greenwich Street, .Sew lurk.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK:
I (ill. MCII'K.1 A)t Vh. tS '"R Hit: Mo' !.: !V;
V. lnrlia'.: I.- tsrtn.ri, V.ch.i.lc. M,.f!..r tt, Vr U , ...n,i,
Stu l. i.l. or Itir S..k, l.li.,llu., Im". l.ll , l. .,
f-t.-... .n.ro l'. v s... AJ4r.N. 11. Jtluil,i.Y
U. U .jth "Hi Slll.li llr. klu, N. T.
ffiuoerb IJolldnr I.illilmi.
f ft III-11 l.e lies I
J hound r.l..i l:::i.--i.
ii, r ,n icq, sen; ui a "T..-
l'1 ----- T-anyr v( ewit-a ntntin
t 1 mim's!w aiHOMTHI V nt r r
I rJ-V.MMii(iiiinllt I-' n r Sample free. .M.
JIIII I'ub. Co., UH JiuaU'-'tU Street, N. Y. city. ,
J'oetae ou book i Ci-Li-'J xij'"ivreJ mi-l, '
uiir )ft .ueie. N ti s .t.
lit i.iil.Mell v : Isnl .ret
ISlllrcl.lS'l.V, nisr 1
Kill S(Inm;o I'"i
iTvn ami ssio. Kemoveiinrv" .
Wit. timlilny IniisilMii r, ai. l
uml,i;i i iivrnnJie-i irMtl!9" ".'?' '"7," r
(y.-iih atn.-te) mlnnts.. " '
M' ,V I Vol. ami MUJlVAli IMliJatiBiK iiu-..,ja
EARS ion t..e MILLION'.
Foo CIiiid's Jialsaiii of Hun k's Oil
Positively Itestores the Ilcnrtnir. nnd is the Only
Absolute Cure for Denl'ness Known.
This (HI Is extracted from a pernunr species ot
small White Shark, caneht in the Yellow Seu,
known ns Carchiirodoii Kondeletli. Every i hltient
nshernian know It. It virtues as a rcstornthe of
henrlnir were dlseovered by n Iluddhist Priest about
thu year Mill. Its cures wero so niitneroii nml
many an Hcuinlnnly mlrnculoits. that the remedy
was olllclnllv procliilmed over the entire Empire.
Its tiso became so tit Iveriitl that for over 3' year
no deafeness has existed among the t.'hlticso peo
ple. Sent,chnri;cB iirepuld, to uny nddrcsa ot 1 per
Wile. ... ...
(inly Imponeit tiy ha t."i iv x iu.,
iKN'r Koit AMKttti'A, "DeySt., Kcw lurk.
ll vlrlnei nro tiu(iieitlomililo and lta curat yo ,
fhatneter nhsolntfl. ns the writer can petsoually
testify, both from experience nnd obaervatlon. t
Atnoim thu many render ot ino nu,,,"",;,
part aii.ran, ther of1 the rountry. It l P"1 ' M '
numbers are ulllirted with ileiifno. ai d to mini it
may be said : "Write at onco to Hwl J Co.. .
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