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R. A. Burnett Cairo lllinoit "
Fino f t :s of 1'iiro jilimi'mo
hnvi- I'i'i ii f..iiiil iii finTol.vt' county.
In one prove in C:iliftnii:i are 1,"),
trees, noiic nit-Hmin-Wc Dtftn sta ffct
A yi.'inlliiT killci in Coahoma county,
Miss, !iic:itiri'(l -n fct four indies
The sham of Siinh C:irolin.i in t!ie
Tealnxlv ei)i.cs:i-m:il fun 1 i hetvtift'T
to lr uevoi to l.'ie lucatioii of tcaeh-
Pari, in .., ( it-hi-ton, lta
lvn ) :er''l I' n !i:ev Tie lirsi lil.ie
in ." Ji. ( a:i, :;., h-t in l7". It w:ts
f- r.if.i-i t ic til'.oof lwis XIV..
wk-. m-l ti.e !.(!!., :v. in lti l:ty.
tht? i ! .t of . f.T.'i-ti army rcii-hin;.'
the 1.,-ir: of Frine- was l:iti!:eil
Jn"a !. in I. not fortify I'-iii-. an !
the ifj 1H. fi.nn.l otily :t few
h&ftity-w;!!: re'I ni'its in t Ia -Ir way.
In 17'., M. Cu.znot. a Frviu-lin!in.
erintii tt' 1 a locna.ntive steam-engine
iit ii). il for tne on e.irmion ro:ul.4. It
ran on f.luvv 'in'e!-. and wx nrnveil hv
.the in;f.:i'i.-ion of two -iri'le ai-tin.' eylin
liert. t.h- t ;!i';n of wi:i"!i netetl a!ter
n:t.i' iv on tiie 'irtV front vli-.''I. This
mneiiine WMi'.l tntel at tiie rate of two
or tiir'H! a.ile- an It-Mtr sml hii1I earrv
four pernti.lut, '.l,o hoiler vv :i-t so small
tliatii. w:u neees-.-i.'y to -top nlxmt onee
in t:velv.; or liiu'ea niinnift to jret up
"on. wnt.es fr'iin Kansa.s:
L know of i
f:t,nii!ie- leiivini' one
towiiKiiii. !.t ;; Kill. AH of tLetn nlian
dnneii t.iii'iv n;. .et,.-:i'.'i 'l farms. All drove
niof j:ti;-,'i! !,. :i.in- out of tin! country.
Nm til h-e ; tr co of tlieiu was dis-
e.rivi'i'i'i! I,,- tin. o!iV-er sent ill il'suil.
Sevei' ,l x 1- n will they lie si'CIl r Imartl
of in Ivaii ';"-. As fliips sail but to sea
ami iiisaip.'ai never to lie seen or lieanl
of, so do t!:e wliile-ilollleil Wa'.'olis roll
aiv.t from ninrtairi"! Iiomestcails ami
iliH:i.ipi-.tr rn t lie Wolern plains.
P. j nm wrote "The Co'v.iir" in ten
ifav-. at the r.vti'of two litmiln il lines :i
ii:iy; m 1 - 'er wrote tlii ee Imnilreil
liramas in one innelreil (lay; Voltairo
Cumposeil v" in three weeks anil
-I) nipie" m ki!as; Drvileii wrote
his "Oile to St. es-i lia" at one siitiii;,
and Mrs. iJrowiiin'-. "The li'ly (ier
aiijine's 'otul-liip" was the work (if
twelve hours. Miakspeare, lliekens,
Wonlsworth, ami Moore, on the other
hanil, were slow workers. Hepwortli
IMxon rew rote his "Two (Jiiccns" ciht
times, ami Kinlake's "Kol hen" was
rewritten live or six times.
The. Rupitlity of ProrcsH Toward
Ecn when a good remedy for disease is se
lected, dopendg in somo inuiiHiire upon t ho
manner in which it is taken. Irregular, in
terruptetl doses can alford no fair test of the
eflicuey of any Medicine, however salutary.
Taken in proper doses nt preserilied inter
vals, a reliable curative will clfect the ob
ject ot its use. Anion;,' remedies which,
systematically nnd persistently used, ac
complishes thorough ami lasting cures, and
prevents the. recuncnee of periodic disease;,
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters ranks specially
hiiih. In cases of dyspepsia, debility, rhcu
niatism, fever and ague, liver complaint,
inactivity of the kidneys and bladder, con
stipation and other organic maladies, it is
a tried remedy, to vh ch the medical broth
erhood have lent their professional sanction,
and which as a tome, alterative and house
hold specific for disorders of the stomach,
liver and bowels lias tin unbounded popu
larity. Stop That Cotiifh.
If you are sulTeting with a cough, cold,
RKthnia, bronchitis, hay fever, consemption,
Iokh of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
all'ection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery f'r consunintion.
This is tho great remedy that is causing so
niuch excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless caws. Over
one milhnn bottles of Dr. Kiim's New Dis
covery have been used within the Inst year,
and have given perfect satisfaction In every
instance. Wc cun unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only t.ure cure for ihrnat
and lung affections, nnd can cheerfully
recommend it to nil. Call nnd get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for 1
For sale by George E. O'lfnra, Druggist,
t'airo, ill. (3)
If you take our advice you will lose no
time In calling on your druggist for "Bel
1pm' Cough Syrup" without an equal.
I'rlco 21 centJ.
A Base Inpostor.
Wall atreet Dally News. -
Shortly boforo 3 o'ejock tho other
afternoon ft farmer front the vicinity of
Hempstead appeared in front of the
Stock Exchange aiulentwad into con
versation with a citizen who was wait-
inir at tho door, by asking:
"Tho convention In there breaks up
at 8 o clock, uon t itr'
"Yes, that's tho hour," wns the reply.
"Do you know Jay Gould when you
"Is ho in there?"
"I presume so."
" ell, I wish you'd point Mm out to
...1 I .. ....! 1
iiiu n nun uu loniea win.
Tho citizen promised to do this, and
within a few minutes no kept tils word.
The farmer took a square look tit tho
railroad and telegraph pnnco aud thou
turned and asked:
"Are you dead sure?"
. 'Oh, yes."
"Can't bo no mistake?"
"Well, it's about as 1 suspected, A
few tlays ago a great big slough of a
fellow halted at my gate and began
measuring my ground with a timeline,
and squinting around in tho most
mysterious manner. I went out to seo
what was up, and, after beating around
for awhile, he said ho was Jay Gould.
I'd heard and read of Gould, but I
didn't know what he looked like."
"It. must have been a fraud."
"1 inn Hiiro of that now; I pumped
around to find out what he was up to
and ho finally said he wanted my place
for an orphan asyliini. lie was sroing
to build one as big as a palace andtake
care of all the orphans in the country."
"And, of course. ou treated him
"Didn't 1! Why. for three days he
lived n the fat of the land and slept in
iho parlor bedroom! lie was going to
give me j'iNK) for my land, and the
way we killed chicken and turned out
weel cake for him made theold woman
sick. He finally junip -il the hotie and
tiok my Sundav soil and a fiddle worth
"I don't believe Gould would steal a
'That's what I thought, and so I came
over to have a look at him. It wasn't
(ioiilil al ail, but some base impostor."
"And are on so much out?''
"Wall, it' looks that way. but the
experience is worth something. It may
not be : week before some one eNe will
isc.nn along with a ten foot pole in his
hand and a theological seminary in his
i'ii', and claim to ! l!nsell Sage, and
tie w iv I will knock hint down and
-top mi him, and waik over him, and
dr.e him into the siie will pay mo a
proiit of itfiy pe'r ecu;, on the invest
A Remedy for Diphtheria.
Sew Y.nk II ro.l.
At a meeting of the ISrool.lyn Hoard
ff Aldermen held recently, a com
munication on diphtheria and its
cure was received from a lady in Will
iamspott, I'enn. Sim said that she was
the mother of six children, all of w hom
had been nlllicted with the dreadful dis
ease, and were cured by the following
remedy. "Take a slice of fat bacon
side meat-the older the better; sew it
on a soft .piece of flannel; then saturate
it willi coal (petroleum) oil. Place it
on the neck, having the meat reach
from ear to car. After pounding sever
al raw onions into a poultice, place
enough of the same into the patient's
stockings to cover tho soles of the feet,
and have the patient put the stockings
on. The poultice must, be warm in
order not to chill the patient. The
throat should then lie well gargled
with some tomato catsup, strong with
red pepper, salt and vinegar, or pepper
salt and vinegar shaken well together
will do. If the patient is too young to
gargle, wet, the throat with a few drops.
If vomiting occurs, lime-water pur
chased at. n drug store with directions
should be given. 15e sure to cause an
irritation on tho neck."
The communication was referred to
the Hoard of Health.
Choap Parlor Plants
For room decoration why do not peo
ple take some hardy things that do not
mind heat or fro d or drought or flood
that is, if none of these things come
in too great extremes. There are such
things; hut instead of looking for them,
tender greenhouse things that, require
much light, and great care - things
which even a llorisl with all his skill
can .scarcely grow - are taken in hand,
nnd thus people very oficn fail of sue
(toss. Of course idler making a close
acquaintance with plants and learning
their little whims and fancies and just
how to humor them in those li'lile
niceties that they set their hearl.s upon,
the parlor gardener can do as welasthe
given house gardener, and often 'much
belter. If, however, the hardier things
nrn taken, success is certain without
much anxiety or care, and one can
practice on thciu until they are able to
care for the more delicate things.
Among the best of these old-fushioh-cd
plants easy to grow in sunshine or
fihade there is nothing so good as the
various varieties of English evergreen
ivy. As usually seen in pots on street
corners, pretty as they are. they give
no idea of the great heaiily which a
jdant of several years' age presents. We
nave seen some grown m moderate
sized tubs six or seven feel high and
trained over wires so as lo make hacks
to seats or even lilt lo arbor like cover
ings or alcoves, admirable fur standing
in wide cntiys or halls. They may be
trained up 'in puts high enough 'and
thick enough to cover window frames
entirely, not, only up the sides but
round and over tops, making what is
usually a dreary room look like a living
bower, or n room adorned bv the high
est art look all the lovelier 'for the 'In
cursion of beautiful Nut urn on her espe
One of this prettiest effects imagina
ble can be produced by training the
long pliant vines of the English ivy
upward on the sides of windows, the
deep green leaves contrasting finely
with the while lace curlains, anil
branching oil' can he arranged artistic
ally over picture fra s and other
Wo have seen the ivy In just thowo
conditions frequently, ai'ulyndcr why
the successful example is not cntclihi1'.
Womipposo itiutisi be simply a want
of forethought. We see an'd admire
and resolve that we will do likewise;
CAIRO 1UJLLKTIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY
but we leave these fairy spots und get
into the rushing, busy world, forgetting
the pleasurable impression and only
remembering; ther.i when chance throws
us In the way of seeing them again.
The time is nowcoming when prepara
tion nay bu made for theso sort of
things. The young ivies should bo
potted in the spring in good garden
soil, and after a gentle reminder that
they are expected to travel upward by
being tied to a stout stake set in the
center of the pot, set out in partial
shade to grow. It will need to have
just the same watering and just tho
same general culture as ordinary plants,
and by fall will ho largo enough for
somo show the same winter. Ut it is
the second season and afterward that
tho great beauty of tho ivy will bo seen,
and it is just these three or four-year-old
plants t hat people very seldom see.
How dearly we should like to seo a
couple of pots of ivy in everybody's
winter home, and especially 'in the
homes of tho poor. Wo read ever year
in the daily papers of siuno individuals
ut Christmas giving away loaves of
bread to the poor. This may be well
enough in its way, though it. is looked
on often as a huge joke and the loaves
tossed about in fun, anil though it is at
other times merely a dodge for cheap
advertising by some trader who thinks
himself sharp in thus cheating a pub
lisher of a live dollar bill, we are will
ing to believe that some do it from good
motives and that some return genuine
thanks for timely relief; but if some
one would distrilnite a few hundred of
well grown ivy to the poor and ignorant,
not to say the vicious, at this generally
cheerful time, we believe an immense
amount of pleasure would he given to
a class who know not what rational
plca-ure h, and no doubt other good
Would follow. --f ''' " I i ii' i) Ti-trrjroph.
SiiinKrnnco.i ('lirmin 1. .
It. is one of the future projects given
out by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe Kailroad Company, that as soon as
their line shall have been completed to
El Paso, they will begin a grand Mexi
can extension of it from that point to
ward the City of Mexico, with tho hope
of finishing it in about three ycar and
a half from this dale. Another exten
sion is to connect the same great trunk
line with the Gulf of alitornia, from
Albuquerque to Guayiitas. The dis
tance from El Paso to the City of Mexi
co is about 1, otin miles; fi'oin'.lliiiquer-
qiie to GliaMlKlS (i'SI miles. decent
dispatches say that Jay Gould is the
author of a scheme t connect his I'nion
Pacific, Kansas Pacific and Wabash svs
tein with the City of Mexico by wav'of
the Indian Tenii irv. Denison, Texas
and Caniargo on t:ie Mexican side of
the Kio Grande. The distance from
Caniargo by way of Monterey h.. Mex
ico is about ljiM miies. This line and
the one projected from El Paso to Mex
ico will be parallel, and about as far
apart as the Central Pacific at Port Yu
ma. The lines, then fore, will only in
terfere with each other in the through
trade, so far as Mexico is concerned,
and that will be but a small fraction by
comparison with the way trade. The
two companies together proposi- to build
within the territory of Mexico about
two thousand miles of railway. If Cap
tain Ead.s can enlist the capital needed
for the const ruction of his Tcluiantepec
ship railway, it is morally certain that
some American company will build a
line from the City of Mexico through
Oa.xaca and what was known in tho
days of Corle. as "the Great Valley of
the Marquis."' to connect with the 'I'e
huantepec road. Al! those will consti
tute a very good beginning for the ulli
male regeiiera'.ion of the sister Repub
lic by the railway method, which ex
perience has demonstrated to be a far
oeiier cjvinzer nmi reiorincr tiian arm-
i's and military conquest. Such a rail- I
way system would in a few years givn !
lo Mi xic i what a, like system, hurt with
Northern capital, is already giving to
Texas -new and more culei iiri-ing
blood. It Would open the way into the
heart of that conn.ry for lni.ii'ins of
cmigranl i I'roinlne Northern Slates and
from Europe, and specdii;, extend Amer
ican vitality into the drowsy valleys of
the Aztecs, with all lite trade, industries
and intelligence which American popu
lation every where carries with it into
all new settlements.
On. Pjkhcfs Golden Medical Discovery,
cures every kind of humor, from the worst
scrofula to the common pimple or eruption.
Four to six bottles cure salt-rheum or
One to five bottles cure the worst kind of
pimples on the face
Two to four bottles clear the system of
boils, carbuncles, and sores.
Four to six bottles cure tho worst kind
Three to six bottles cure blotches among
Six to ten bottles cure running at the
Five to ei;ht bottles cure corrupt or run
Eiyht to twelve bottles cure the worst
Sold by druggists, mid in half-dozen and
dozen lots at great discount.
J. N. Rick, of Toledo, Ohio, says: My
lather, before wearing the "Only Lung
Pad," could not sleep nights on account of
his violent coughing, since wearing it he
has slept soundly every night. See Adv.
In Hot Wnt or.
Orpha M. IIodgc,o' Battle Creek, Mich.,
writes, May 10, 1878: "I upset a teakettle
of boiling hot water on my hand, Inflicting;
a very severe scald. I applied Dr. Thomas'
Eclcctric Oil, and take great pleasure in
announcing to you that the effect was to
allay pain and prevent blistering. I was
cured in three days. We prize it very
hijihlyasa family medicine." Paul j.
Mits. Lvdia K. Pinkiiam, 2,'i:i Western
Ave., Eynn, Mass., is rapidly acquiring an
enviable reputation for the surprising cures
which daily result from the use 'of her
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. . A Jest.
A witly lutin can make a jest, a wise man
can take one. It does hot take either to find
out the virneorsprini; Wossnin in curing
isordcrs arising from impurities of
tho blood. Constipation, Indigestion, etc.
Price, BO cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
W 1 rem. 'i:a.ll
' - 'Til vlll
o.n " ,i(.er "
tiauralgh, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of ihe Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and llaadache, Frosted Feet
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A trial entails but the cnin.nrmiv!.v liiliiiif; nullity
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Direction iu Eleven l-ftiitfiiiitfcK.
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mnmifartuririL- Stemn Knuinu and Mill Min hhiery .
Havine a Steam Hammer nnd ample Tool, the
manufacture nf nil kinds of .Mad'iiiery, Kiilroad,
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Kppccial attention ejvcu in repairioif hi '''men and
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IV lK'rTrlnil'""' I'atent Ollice may still,
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solicited A S AliNnl.D.v CO. corner First
Mreet and IlrnailHiiy, llronkl.wi, N, V.
TIIE MILD POWER
Huniplirevs' Homeopathio Spociiics
Proved ft i niiiil ex iierleiiee nil entire
mieecM, siiiuiilt'. I'riiiniil. 1. Itleieiit, nmi
llellalile, tin) me I lie only In. tin lues
ailiiieil In popular n-e.
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rnl'-'i1' I.V .o.VI -I -OT Selll l.y till I IIM',
orlnih'te i-il fo of ehiirve, on reeeliit of
i rlre. s. H'1 I r Dr. II uoiilire , ' Hook on
Itl-en-e. At, . . : i O ik" ', lo lllu-lralrii
( hIhI.i-.ic. I IIFI..
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i DR. KLINE'SGREAl
F'tii . rnrK I'i'aviw. on' v tun
Ihai l.llil y. if t.o.i'ii hi ijiri-riwl, '.i FiUalr.-r
lirUU-iv i us'. 'J n ew ri. fl trial h-itU'-ln-nut
h . t ii:t.-!im. to-v ..iv ruf expp-ft.iju'. S"i.t nun.
P. O. avt i.'.' .t lr.-. t.. Iiil KI.INK .!
.:iLiLl'Ui.j ,i .Miu, I n. irxiiriiuipudruiijuii.
Wlilir.nt molMlr-en. At.T.A?t"3 POI.rnt.K MKPJ.
JATF.O iiotijiK.s. lEUrntU .xinlr II, K.t.
One b .i.
No. 1 will csre in f.nir .hivi. or )...
No. 2 will c-jrc Hie nj.int uti-iinaie c.;, no tuatt.'r
f how lontf U'idit.i;.
No ruu.".'j il.mci fif enWM, enpitlbt) or nil of
.nil ilwooil. tti.il ure i ..rtt.n t . !.r.iureil)'sp-p.
y i. tn i iror l'ie ruiiiiii of me n.itiiii'li. St
ayrln'i'K or mr!iiL'i".t lujei.tlon to pr.ilut'e oUeT
. rlmis -.ir.u.licniliiiis.
I'nee fii. sol.Ii HV ALL KHPdOISTS, or
Dulled '-f receipt of prli-e,
forf'f' h. r (iiirti. iiijr send fur eirrnlur,
,O.I. SIMS. J ' . ALLAN ( O..KJ ,(l,nstret.
We oil. r fcVJO rsriri f.r i,y ttf : tin j will not
Quick, eile and sure cure.
i r 1 vly )'ti hrri-11 innr
ftil Irtu will r. v ivmnMn.
thinif fine hu M'ttl. thnt
ITHty prnvn t'l1 Kt'pjiiiiir-nt'iur to a lift' nf mirri'.
It Id i""i('Cl!llty il'l'ir.''il tu IhcHfWdo hive r H(.h(l
the foot mi tin lull. AMpri Si. oL Mi, IU
tirccumch hirref, New Vorfc-
THE FAtV-lLf HAND BOOK:
I fiit, i:i ''ici-.i ami t" v k 1111; vn.i.f'iMj
lri'il'rFt,iiiU li (ni.n, Mr-dai.i' 1, Mn i.w.u, l'rr.fr,iniiiil,
HUid nl., or hu Sifk, f ') i, itit-l, iJni Mfi, H'ria.B..rM Ar.t
MW' Sr,n,r.n "'oi'V r.. A-iiriMi. 11. MujUUlI,
It i: 1(1 1 if a U t Ixt- ol fif ir iy
I1 J nr . h j KtVo ..It'", fu.l "f
T!-i:. .t n l- t y l)t. K. H.
MEOICAL BCI SENSE AHO PUid HOME TJSLI,
On S" rf.iU. IU...... f,f Mrfl
111 it Wm:i..ii, .1 , all int..!,!!.
I l '11.1I., ih ll.pi-v, In. ...of
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WltJl-.ll I 'lUletf ; ,..X lit fif
'in mar f i ti n. N ti-'(l
A-.kmcv. ! -1 lii 't.i-.i ,Nr V'ilu
I UlTPffD i TAD BmU.1' Hemiivniiiiiirvi'ii
la iluUaAiUiu tnuiimy. 1.1.1-u.n. v, r j
O .inn il. i.l 1 1 iv, nu u i..- I'lrnjthnenerrrv, Urn nun Vljr.
i( v..nlli In t w."f V rn'tnit.-i. IVIe.!' mi 'ri..,nllu
Kf.W l'i;t,C II UKUlCAlt l.Nol'M H'K, 1'rwils
iwwi li.k'ii, i .a.
id slime for HaUlnun.
liiUtt,SlKtOuni, IUivolv.r,Mut o. o. J. fi.n.'imiriuoa
iun,wtoi:ir Hirn-l. OnnB.t iio.'0. Itltle8,st'
fiS. Ituvolver. f 1 to '-'. Seivl for free Illustrate;!
':itlntfiie. l.ltKAl' MKSt'HUJi "JN WOlflvS.
IN SToCkS. IHito
iViilltHiiiul J .cltii.;iil ,-narnrii .(. Adilres WAIIIot
CO.,liiuikui Jiliruliein1Ii:iKeijani;ii'lii.i,',Ni w Vmk.
To Nervous Siilli i'i i s The (.real I'tli'iipi'iill Itet'-
edv-ii'..l. II. M.iiiKiiiiVSiiceilic jMeillellie.
tlr, .1 11. Sinn, miC v In,. M... II,.;,,.. I-
live cure lor Sperinutorrhi u, Inipnlencv. Weakness
and all diseases n i-ull inir tn,in Sv! I-A I oiho . as Ner
yiilis Di'hlllly. Illllnliilliv, Menial Ainletv. I.aiiiiiior.
l.assitiulc, Depri'SMon ,, M,!, Iim , Citu li,, mil ,
riiiineiiients ol the Neivmis .svsicm i-enerallv l'.'iln.
in Hack or Slue, ,nss nf Menmrv. j'lenialiire Old
ikv nun cmcusi'S
Unit lead to Con
ty and an curly
L'rave, nr bnlli.
No matter how
system may be
from excesse of
any kind, a slioil
course or tin mi'iiH I,,,: win 1, i,ir,. uie lost fune
tlona and procuie liciiltli unit linpplnv, where hi"
inre a iiespniiiii'iii'v nun irlnoin rim npuciuo
Itedicltie I lielni; used with wonderliil uc-
I'Binplilet enl free lo ail. Write for them and
lct full particulars.
i'nee, r peciiic, Miner nm kare. nr fx intCK-
ne for f.'i.lio. W ill he sent by mail on receipt of
inouejr. Adilres nil order.
I . It. Ml Ml'MUN H iM Itl'lt i .s e. t. tj,.
Nob, 104 mid Kill Main St.. Iltill'alu, N, Y.
GREAT WESTERN 3fctf GUN WORKS,
, .timii for rnUl'ini". Sliy
Article from tiura
VaeoUno mien ai
Vaaolins Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lco,
Vaseline Toilet 8oc.ps,
art aaparlur t mj ilolur ooo.
An atrreeabloform of tak
ing Vaseline interntuly.
and Diphtheria, etc
oi au oar goodt,
N KW A DVKUTISKM KNTS,
Hl 1 V VU:". StotMhtnp. 'i.
U J lllAIN 'f! ';; , I'ai'"! free.
ii . vi Adll''''1,MI-l'l'. iiKATTV,
1iwo.t prt. e ever known
Hill,-., ami It, nl, ri;
OUR $15 SHOT-BUM
at KN'iitly reiluccil i.rlen.
Heml nlaiuit for our .New
1 1 1 iiui , ....r 1 1 .. . ...
POWELL A SOS. Bat M slu btrt. INUjtNAT 1 . it
In Ioa. Kansa, Nebraska and Minnesota
KO I I SALIi;!
lirest biircsiii pi YKAIfS TIM K im three
luiirthsol the mri linn- lomity. Indrest S per
cent. Partica t u li-ijii itiff lo fo west, sei.d fur lists,
htule Inealltv In whn h lniidare desired
I. K. tl. slIKItWut'K, 115 Premium, New York
ASK VOI U DKft.ttlsT Ft)H
Dr. 0. Phelps Brown's
IIKJM5AL I EM KI) IKS.
TIio Leading Meilicino of the
Itestoratlve Asslnilli.nl. - For the relief and core
of all nervous uascitsi
Ai ai aln r.iil-atn - An uiifallli.i; ri im dy In Throat
and Lime; Complaints.
Illood purttler For the r. iiKiv.,1 ,,f Scrofula and
all Impurities Irom the )sti in.
I.lver Invlirorator - A certain cure for Torpidity of
the l.lVl-r Bill Its Bill ndttlit dlse.e
Ilerhul OliitmcM - Imu'ikiI.Ic forWi ui.c! Ilruls
e. Scrofulous t'li its. sj. raiis. Llttinalic a.'l.c
hVnnvatiiit: I ills.--Tie bet plli ever made fur Jill
lonsnc Hll I Cntistiputloii.
Male Kern Vermiftiiri..-. pteasant and iCitual
ri'inedj f,,r the removal of wnrr.u.
Suppiiitnr;c--WIII spfciii'y cure the worst case
ol Inuriinl and Kxtirj.ai J'l.i s
Woodiarid Ia!tn -A .ure Vek.i '(,l,;e Itnlr Iiris
Inc; will promote t'n.wth nf Inir m d n move ail
diseases nf the sra'p
A full description of It. Medldpi s, with no,
tneron le.lliii. i.iiils. will be foi.i.d ii, our Sl ake-spen-an
Almanac lor 1-sl, now readv, nLd tor
warded FREK 1!Y JIA1L!
lo all who s-nd their address to. I Clbsoti I):own
No '.'I 'iratid St., Jersey t Ity, N. J.
X. B. - Agents wnntod. Send for iur
t iru la rs.
IS V K U I
Premature Decline, Ktc. Etc
Preriiaiuru Decline; fcnsti mptlen ; IlrorhitI;
Asthma; llleedltn; from tho I.tin.-s' ralpitation,
Feebleness und Interrupted Action nf the Heart:
Dull nr Slie'irish Actum ol' the Liver; Dyspep-in;
Flatulence, and all Wa-tlin; Diseases; Weakm-s
and Tremblli.i; of the Limbs, and Want of Vitality
In an) iiran, ordisiiisecaiistd by such want of
A II K Al.l, SITCKSSM M.Y AND liAl'IDLY
ti:i: ati:d HV THIS UL.MEDY.
DU. IIOWK'S TESTIMONY.
I'ittspiki.ii, Mk., .M rch,'.'l. TH
Mi:. .Utir I. 1'ki uiws,
Dear Mr,- Dur nt; the past two years, I have
sllvfii virnr Conipniirid Stnii of II) imphnsphltes a
fn'r thiiui.'h somewliat severe trial in my tirailice,
and am aMe to speak with cotilldence of its eU'ect.
In rcHiorlnc person iitleriiii. from i tnactation nnd
the debility foilowint! Dlplhcrla It ha done wnn
der. I coiitnnlly reenniiiiend lt use In all allec
llmis nf the throat and Intic. In several rase
iniislderert hnieles.lt ha tiiveii relief, and the
patient are fust recover ini;. Amoiij; lliesii aro
ntisiimptlve and old bnitieblnl siilijcil", whose
d sease have resisted the nlhcr molli s of Ireat
meiit. For iiiipalred dlt'estinn.iiiid In fuel fi r de
bllitv from any cause, J know ol noihlntf eitial to
It. Il direct cllecl In streiiL'llietilni,' Ihe nervoti
system, reinlcrs It aiiiuMe fro the majority nf lic
ense. , I am. sir, tour truly,
W.M. y. IIOWK, M. I).
(WVh not be deceived by renicdle hearing a
similar name; iv other prepiitBtlnn I a sub
slitute for this, miller any clrciitnstnnte.
SOLD llY ALL nUt'otilSTS,
EARS FO!t THE MILLION!
Foo Hum's Ilalsiini of SliankV Oil
I'oslllvely Kestnre the J 1 1 it r I u ir , nnd I the Only
i t.,,l,iln On.,, f. I t.,.l'iiit.a k tiniL'tt
llin,imv , mi ti , ....
.tl. I.. .. ...... ...I e - ............ itiwlii. nf
ini"l i" cAioicicu iroill II ii I Hour r ' '
small While Shark. cuiiL-lit in the Yellow Hen,
1... . . J . 1 ... I J Cu...,. 1 'Ii l.lii.ll
Known a iirrinwonuu itonoeicoi. r.Tcij .. r.-
., 1 1, .1, I. II.. - . ., H.UP,I IH tlC
llsneriiinii iii... - i . us viri ucr im n i " (- --
hearlnir were discovered by n lltulilhlsl I'rlesl about
thii year Mlu. D cure went o nm on nnd
nianv so aeemliikdy miraculous, that the remedy
wit olllclnlly proclaimed over the enllro Knipliu.
Its tte became so in veral Hint for over llttoyear
. . .1....'. I.... ...I....I . tl.l, t 'l.llll.U.t
IIO lies I' in pi- ini-i-xisiru hiiioiix m ....... ' 'vu-
plu. Sent, chnrtre prepaid, lo any addn s at $1 per
nniy imported hy iiaiia.k v ii.,
HOt.lt AOKNT Full AMKIIICA. T Dey St.i NewYork.
It virtue nru uiiiitieslloiiabte and Itsctirallve
characler alisolute, a the, writer can pitinually
tuslllv. hot a iron' experience anil oDscrviition.
AtnoliK the many reader of Urn i evlnw in one
purl and an (her of the rnuiitry, It la probable Unit
number are nlllicted wlfi deafness, and to micti It
miiybeald: "Write at nnee to ItaylocK it Co., T
Dey Htrei I. New York, eiiclosijirj l, and you will
receive by return a remrdy that will eiiahle you to
hear like nnvbody else, and hoe rtirativii I'lliict
will be peru'ianent. You will never regret tlnln,
, "Kdltor of Now York Mercantile ituvlutv
Hept. SMh, ISsil.
r St vi