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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
iFFIOUL PAPKROF CITY AND COrNTT
The names of the Spanish residents
of New England are being enrolled by
the Spanish' consul ut Boston, by order
of his (iovernment.
Counterfeit five-dollar and twenty
dollar gold pieces are Maid to be numer
ous in Sacramento, Oil. The city in al
so flooded with spuri'Mis ten-eent pieces.
Christian K. II.-s, the fat her of Char
ley Hoss, says he spent $(iO,(NKi in search
ing for his'lioy. and has not given up
the hunt yet.
Jay Gould's conservatory, according
to report, contained, previous to the
lire which destroyed it, specimens of
the palm tree which were live hundred
The Kdgar Thomson steel-rail mills
at riltshurg, I 'a., have sold their full
capacity for 11, KKi.OOfl tons, much of
which was taken by t ho l'ennsylvania
road and its Western connections.
The liisliop of Rochester was hissed
and howled at after service at St. Paul's
church, Walthvorth, London, because
he told the congregation that some of
its high-stepping rituals would have to
A census enumerator in Alabama
found an old colored woman 114 years
of age. She was very proud of it, and
to try her ideas of age, he said: "Old
lady, yon nm.-t have heard the Roman
Km'pire when it fell?" "I don't 'znctly
'member the circumstance you speak of
now, but I hecred a mighty rumbling
noise de year de stars fell, and I spec it.
a been dat. Things was constant fallin'
dat year, ami if it fell in old North Car
olina, von bet your bottom rag, honey,
I was dav."
In the course of his experience as a
medical missionary among the Mongols,
the Rev. James (iiltnoro has gathered
some interesting information regard
ing their inner life, but perhaps the
most curious item is that Mongol doc
tors are not entirely unacquainted with
the properties of galvanism. It is said
they are in t ho habit of prescribing the.
loadstone ore, reduced to powder, as
ellicacious wlien applied to sores, but
Mr. Gilinour was astonished to learn
that a man hard of hearing had been
recommended to put a niece of load
stone into each ear and chew a piece of
iron in his mouth.
No Cin e no Pay.
Dr. Pierce's Fumilv Medicines are guar
anteed to cure, for particulars see wrappers
and pamphlets. They arc reliable, have
not sprung into popularity in a week or
month and gone out of favor as rapidly, but
being sustained by merit, have won a
world-wide reputation, necessitating a
branch in London, to supply foreign coun
tries, while the home sales ure enormous
throughout the United States. Golden
Medical Discovery, purifies and enriches
the blood, preventing fevers, and curing all
skin and scrofulous titrations, stimulating
the liver to action, relieving biliousness,
anj curing consumption, which is scrofula
of the lungs. If the bowels ure costive
take Pierce's Pellets (little pills). Both
sold by druggists.
Cinr.voo, 111., May 5th, 1879.
World'a Diapcriaary Medical Association:
Genti.i.mkn For years I have been a
great sull'enr. My trouble first started
with terrible ague chills and constipations.
This left me in 1 S7S with a racking cough
ami frequent bleedings from the lungs.
Since this time I liuve been continually
doctoring, consulting physicians without
number. From tlieiii I received no benefit
or encouragement. The most noted physi
cians of our city who last visited me ex
pressed their opinions in Ihe brief but
hopeless woids, "Take good care of your
self the lew days you have to live, we can
not help you." 1 grew .steadily worse under
their treatment. One day, through read
ing your Memorandum Book I learned of
the Golden Medical Discovery. Willi but
little, hope of relief, I purchased a bottle
and took it. To my surprise and satisfac
tion it did me moicood than all the drugs
I had taken the year around. am now
steadi'y usiin; it with benefit and recom
mend it to all to be just what it is advertis
ed. Sincerely yours.
Jami:s P. Mcou vni, M Wiuht Street.
If uman's kind to you, be to him a kind
For surely "one good tutu's deserving an
other," J5tit if mi n are nnyrateftil with wine never
Nor fool like "make feasts for wise men to
If your body is ailing, don't wait till your
Hut take Spring !lossoni at once ami you'll
not need a nurse.
Prices: 1 ., 50 cents, ami trial kittles 10
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, oi at once and get a boltloof
Mrs. Witislow's SonthiiiL' Syriii. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; tlicre iK no ijHtako
uhout it. Tin re is not a mother on earth
who has ever Used it. who will imt ,dl .,.
at once that it will reguhiti. the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly suit! to use in all eases, and
pleasant to the tste, mid is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest titnl l,et female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere, fi tents a bottle.
Pkiisonai., Mr. Isaac II. Hawbuck, of
PKanateies, -. i., writes: i iiavu been
troubled with bronchitis for years, and
Thomas' Er.lcctrio Oil is the only medicine
that would ever take effect; one dollar's
worth of it has entirely cured me. I have
used it for several other atllictions, und
bavo always fount it to have tho best re
sults. After once using the &clcctrio u
no ono will be without it. It is more fully
described in regular advertisement; see-
Ik you want to fret rid ot pimples, boils,
tetter, Ac, use ''Lindscy's Mood Sohrchcr."
Hold by all druggists.
THE DAILY CAIRO liULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1881.
Paddy's Version of "Exwlsior."
'Twi growing clfti'k terrible nut,
When threnirii h town up tho mountain there
A broth ot ii hoy, to hU neck In the uliiiow,
Al lie walked, lim nhilhilali he w uiig to and
Saying, "It' till the top I'm hound lot to go,
lie looked mortal and, and his eyes wereni
Asa flre of turf on n cow Id wintlicr ititfht,
And divtl a word Hint he haid could yo tell,
As he opened li in ntotii h and let nut a yell :
"It'll up to the top id' the mountain I'll no,
Unlcsa covered up with thin tiothersuine
Through the window he saw, as ho traveled
Tho light ot the, candles and Hits so warm;
Hut a liig chunk ol' lee fell over hi head ;
Wld a snivel and gn.au, " Ity St. Patrick," he
"It'a up to the very lip lop I w ill rush,
And then if it fulls 'Us not ineaelf It'll crush'
"Whim a hit," mid an old man whose head
was us while
As the slinow that fell down that miserblo
"Shure ye'll fall In the walher, my hit of a
For the night i aodnik and the villain' ha
Bednd! he'd nil lint to a word that wa said,
It ii t he'd go to the lop if he went on his head,
A hriglit, huxoin young girl, nut h a like to he
Axed him wouldn't It Mliop.nn'l how could
So, snapping his Anger and winking his eye.
While ho shiuilcd upon her, he made this re.
"'Faith, I meant to kit peon till I got to the
lint as yer swale self has axed me, I may as
Ilesthoppcd all the night and he stliopped
the next day,
And yo niust't he ain whin he did go away,
For wouldn't he he a huiclv gossoon
To he lavin' his datlinl in the swate honey.
Whin tho old man has pinl ies enough and to
Shure he might as well slimy if he's comfort,
Ben Mildweed'g Idea.
Mttle Rock (iazette.
A man named P.en Mihhveed walked
into the ofliee of a justice of tho pence,
recently, and, "taking oil' an old slouch
hat, addresser! the dignilicd official
"Are you the court?"
"I am. What is your trouble?"
Hen betrayed agitation in the nervous
manner with which he lingered his old
"Jedge, Nancy, my gal, hez bin run
ning around with two or three men
lattdy, ami he, caused me a heap of on
easiness." "Come to the point, Mr. Wildweed,"
suggested the court.
"You hear my story, Jcdge. I'm sot
in my ways, and I'll get thar quicker
by running my own furrow down this
patch of trouble."
The justice settled his feet comforta
bly on the table, and looked resignedly
at Mr. Mildweetl, who continued:
"Nancy is the purticst calico in Kich
wootls, and we licz hitched for three
ye'rs, not spliced, you know, but wait
in' for me to buy a little home. Tho
men down to the settlement are jealous
because Nancy sot up to me, and they
hang 'round like blackbirds in a corn
patdi." Hen hitched up his pants and
seemed reluctant to continue. "Now,
Nancy is a good gal, and her black
eyes hez folehed me, like churning
fotehes butter, ami she ken make me a
good man or a bad man for her sake.
But, jedge, she knows it, and laughs
and carries on with Pill Peters when
I'm 'round. She goes to camp meetin'
with Hez Spilkins, when 1 have told her
a hundred times that he was a low
Hung fellow, ami she nggivvates me
"('ome to the point, lien,'' said the
court impatiently, lifting one leg over
"I m gctlin thar, your honor. Now
old Uncle Marsh Turner and I hev talk
ed this matter over, ami he ses thet
Nancy hesn't any attach men t fer me.
Thet like to broke my heart, jedge, I'll
hwnw it diil. Ses Uriel 0 Marsh, lion,'
ses he, 'hev you got n attachment fer
Mncyr 'es, Undo Marsh, ses 1,
most powerful. 'Ib-z
ses he. 'I'm dubious, uncle, ses I.
'Hen,' ses he, solemnly, 'ef she can't luv
you with her w hole hart, drap her like
a hot cake. Kf she hesn't an attach
ment fer you thet i strong, ami true,
ami honest, drap her. You'll be inis'a
blo boy. I'm an old man, P.en, and
when I sees a young man hev an at
tachment fer a gal, and she hesn't fer
him as strong, I says to myself they is
foolish. They hadn't ought to splice.'"
"Your boner," continued Mr. Mild
weed, "arter Uncle Marsh ses all this to
me, I goes oil' and thinks. I concludes
that he is right, and now I hev come to
the point. 1 saddled the old brown
mare, and put some bacon and corn
broad in tho sadle-bags, and started for
Little Hock. 1 comes straight to you,
jedge, anil I want you to make out an
attachment for Nancy to me. I knows
thet the courts ken make attachments,
and I don't care what it costs. Jest
you make out the papers, and I'll make
the old brown mare do some of the tall
est travelling gettin back to Nancy
that you over saw. Well, why don't
1 he courts don t make lovo attach
ments," said the court, taking its legs
trom the talile.
"I don't care what it costs, jedge."
"You have had a long trip for noth
ing, Hen; it can't be done.
Hen pulled his hat over his eves, wip
cd a trickling drop from his cheek, ami
walketl slowly toward the door, mutter
"I'll go hev the brown mare fed ami
rtudy about it. I thought as how the
court timught hev done it," and then
he stepped from the justice's door as if
Nancy was lost to him forever.
A distinguished and long-winded
1 aria lawyer lately defended a criminal
unsuccessfully, , ttt , ond ,)f lho
trial tuti judge received tho following
noU-"lho prisoner humbly prays
that the time occupied l)V ihoJ ,,ft 'of
tho counsel for the dofouw bo counted
In tho sentence.
The stamp duty of 6 cents per pack
wius paid on l,Uf)l,823 packs of playing
cards in I'.nghunl hist year, amounting
Wood is said to be so scarco at Can
dclaria, Nov., that shavings go for frac
tional ctiiTeiiev, and a handful of kin
tiling is good or a drink in any saloon.
WilkcsbaiTo, Pa., has a pigeon which
is a bird of prey. It swooped down up
on a flock of sparrows the other day
ami carried one of the birds to its cote.
A dove as a desperado is a new thing
Some specimen potatoes woro brought
to the ofliee of the (irass Valley Tidings
ten months ago. The other day, on
cleaning the editorial room, it was dis
covered (hat from one of the potatoes
seventy-six others hail sprouted and
The report that smoke has boon seen
issuing from one of the Olympic range
of mountains, directly beyond Uagie
harbor, has been verilied, and the peo
ple in the vicinity of Seattle tire in
hourly expectation of witnessing a
An old man named JelTry Jackson,
belonging to Mollville, N. .1., wandered
oil' in the snow on Christmas eve and
has not been seen since. He was a be
liever in witchcraft, ami the loafers of
the town had teased him until his life
Williams College has now two hun
dred and twenty-seven students. The
freshman class has scvenly-two mem
bers. The requirements for admission
have lately been increased, and now
include additional Creek and an Eng
Dr. Folsom, formerly secretary of the
Ma.sachusctts board of health, who has
lately returned from Europe, is in Wash
ington. He reports that, the Massachu
setts system of dealing with juvenile
offenders is receiving much attention
Crocker, the Central Pacitie million
aire, had to pay Jr'.'iUO.OOO taxes under
the new California constitution last
year, and ha.s decided to bring his mil
lions to New York, where he will build
a mansion on fifth avenue to rival even
tiie Yandorbilt palaces.
Prof. Steltz, a (ierman gardener in
the. Third diMrid of Orleans Parish,
Louisiana, wont coon-huntinj: Nov. ''!,
1X74, and ha.s never been seen since.
A mos.s-galherer, named .John Mitchell,
recent ly found Steltz' gun in the midst
of a swamp.
Ex-Cov. Ilice of Massachusetts, has
presented to the library of Hoauoke col
lege of Virginia an old Latin Hihle,
printed by Antouius Cobtirger, of Nu
remburg, in 1477. It is printed on vel
lum, in black letter and rubricated cap
itals, anil contains !U 1 pages, in an ex
cellent state of preservation,
John Holland, the master of a board
school at Castleford, England, was re
cently fined 10s. and cosLs for severely
flogging a boy with a short stick. De
fendant explained that he had abolished
the cane out of deference to public
opinion, as expressed in the newspa
pers, and had substituted a short shil
lelah. Public opinion on the subject of faith
less husbands is very strong in Somerset,
Ky. Mr. Love was that kind of an of
fender. His w ife led a mob against
him. Hi: tied hastily, without coats,
trousers or boots, with the crowd
in close pursuit. At the ond of a mile
lie w as overtaken, anil left suspended
head downward from a tree. He was
almost frozen to death, w hen two hours
afterward, a humane preacher cut him
The number of cases of sardines ex
ported from East port. Me., in lhxo is e
liniateil to be about i,r,onn, valued
at about frfioO.oiiO. During l7!Mhere
weii! exported about twenty-live thous
and :t-es, lit ;i value of i',r)ll,H!l. Ill
17!) I In re wore only six factories in
Lamport. During the past year the
liuii'biT has been inci'eitseil to thirteen.
The last two or throe were built lale last
fall, and did not do much business,
but are now ready for work.
Thomas Corwin, of Ohio, the famous
public speaker, once said: "The trouble
with members of the bar is that hey
don't get down low enough. They
shoot river the heads of the twelve
numbskulls before them. I have seen
Kwing, St an berry and Hunter, loading
luminaries as they are, dumbfounded at
being beaten by some stump tailed,
pennyroyal bull of a country attorney
with no more law in ll head than a
snake in dogdays. I never score asuc
ooss in a jury trial that I don't feel hu
miliated. Even if my side has tho
right, 1 know that I have useil means to
win that ought to shame a flown east
Dr. Charles Maekay, in his "Hecol
leetions." gives an interesting account
ol Colonel Kitgibbon, an agent of the
( 'anadian (iovernment : The colonel at
Ibis time was upwards of .-evenly years
of ago, and while in London was whol
ly dependent ti)Dii remittances from
Canada. ( in one oecasion these remit
tances, anxiously expected, failed to
arrive, ami he found himself alone in
the mighty city, reduced to his last sov
ereign. He resolved, if possible, to
make that sovereign sufliee for his sub
sislanee until he could w rit' to his Can
udian friends to know Ihe reason uf the
non-arrival of his funds and receive an
answer. He found be could live on six
pence a day - upon four pennyworth of
bread, one pennyworth of milk, and one
pennyworth of sugar. He cut the bread
into three equal portions, sprinkled it
with sugar, ami made a kind of pud
ding of it by the aid of a cupful of boil
ing water. TIiomi served for breakfast,
dinner, ami supper-the pennyworth of
milk in addition being reserved for tho
latest meal, lie throve so well upon
this frugal diet, and found his health
and strength so greatly increased upon
it that he continued it for many mouths
long after the necessity for the expe
riment disappeared - anti found w hen
the delayed remittances arrived, in
about a "month afterwards, that there
still remained live shillings of the sov
ereign. At the lime when Colonel Fit.
gibbon told this story he h;u persevered
in his temperate- diet for two years, and
had devoted all the money l(, im(( thus
been enabled U) save to tlM. aupport or
establishment of infant schools in vari
"u" of thu poorest districts in London.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
Nn PrepnrBlinti on enrlli equals Sr. Jaciwx On. m
II miff, ifi-i',xiii'eii!id cheap Kxtettml Kt itiedy.
A trml etituilr litil the r..tn.iiiiilm'ly tnliinn milltiy
of .1(1 4 i-iiIh, Hint every one MiflcritiK illi pain
can have cheap mid josil'ive proof of iu elittnis.
hircetions iD Klt vcn Lhiikuukcs.
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Ulituiiii fl tor lit-M him iiiintiH. or for tniprovcini'iitii
unoltl witcf; for medlrul or other r orn pm nlH, Iritde
timrki' Kiel lnhi'lK. ( hu hih. A'-ii'iimi'iiia, Inter
f.Teiicen. AppcMln. Sii'ix for I iilriniji'neliti'. tttitl
nil c.ii-i - nn-iii" in 'li'! the Pnti'tit I.k. proinpl
Iv Httriiili'd to. I u M ti torn- 1 tint Imvi' hri'ti
tV I VI 'T V I h !he I'Hti'lil (Ittire limy Mill,
llli'l I.l 1 1 1 1 ih ,noM CHHi-H, he liltlilitell hy
Ul H ! H IT oypo-'t"' the t'. S. I'uK-Hl llrj.Hrtllli'llt,
titid I'tiirii'il III I'.il nl I'lo 'iin'K e.cln ivrly , i tn
nuik'' tliwr un I"-m. niiil h-cu re I ' ti I -: 1 1 n more
prompt I v. ami ith hrou'ler ilHiinn, lltun tho-e ho
nre reinott from Wii-hititon.
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ii-i ii )ili . k Itid ndvin- n lo piiteniithillty. tree of
rh irL'e. All 1-orrenpoiidencc Mrietlv cfiiifli.'eiillnl.
I'fcei. lo , Hid Mi elmi utile",. I'litent i h inTlired.
We refer in Wii-diiiii'ton, to Hon I'oMtniiMcr
(ienerul II H. Key. !ev. I'. D.I'uHer The (termini
Anierieitn Suliotiiil Umik, lo olllelnlf In the t". s.
Patent (lll'i e. mid to Senator und Hi'pri'cetitHl.'vuR
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CoSht mitio".. Ill" 1 1 1 itl Ih mm in linn idiinlry lind
enjovini; tin he-l "I le uitli lie Iiiih proved to Ihe
world thai 1 oNH MeTinv t an he ponilively und per
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MILL AND COMMISSION.
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Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hurlii'bt Cash Pric Paid for Wbeat.
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IC1-: 11 Y TUK CAH LOAD OR TON, W ELL
PACKED FOR SUIPI'INO.
Oai Ijo:k1.s a ?peialtv.
() i' i" i i; :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ftKV YORK STORK,
UHOKLSALK AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN 'I'lIK t.'l'J'Y.
(JOODSSOIJ) VKRY CLOSE
O. O. PA 'I' IKK CO..
Ot. NiUeU'cntli xtrvut I C'lil'ii 111
Cunimvruul AvenuuJ VillIU, 111.
(itilfit liirnlnhed iree, with full in-
tritrtloiid for condni tiiii; thu mont
rotltithle hiiKttiehii tliHt hliV one CHD
iiKime In. The I no i ih t m eafy
to learn, m il otir iiintrticiiotiii ure o
riniple ami plMii, llmt m.v oi.e m
n ike tri Hl prufltii Irotn lho nturt. No one mn full
nu 1b iKhil' to work. Women are n" r -.ccerolul
Mt- iiii-ti . Ho nml irirln ran earn larte mitif.
M Hi y till'! in i!e nt the htiHtieao, over one liundrcd
dollar ip a inu'ht week. Nothlnn like It ever
ki ort n h.-lore. All w ho etj'aire are nirprid at the
i-He and riiiity ith v, Im h tliey nre aide to nmke
tnuiey. on can enHt'e In th' lniNliieaa dunrc
vi. ii r -pHre inn.- at 'reai profit. Vntido not have to
il'Vi-M capital in tt. e take all the r;i-k 'I hoe
w:io need reiniv tnotiev. houlfl v tire to lit at ofire.
All furnifheil Ire.-. .'hrei.h 'lltt E A l.'O .-Au
Rk.vi. F. (in.u tun, SniitY B. Lapp
ll.ti.iiKiii K. I'aim;.
I. ale ( -in it, i -p ii -I. r of i ' I u o .
P A T E S T S
I 'A I NK, t;RAhTcN i LAD I),
A ttorneve Bl I.iiw and Nilintora of A ncrlran aiid
i-'i'l' leti Paiet i
II J FIFTH STKKKT, WAMIIM.TnN, P. C.
Practice patent law in all lt hratiLhei In the
I'tilciii tiflicis, and in the Miprett.e and ( ircuil
Coiirti' of Ihe t'nlleil SlHtef Pami-hlet petit free
on receipt ol riant p lor pn"iak'
I HON WdUK.
TJ0UNI I!Y, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcax Irox Works
John T. lioniiic.
HAVING extat.liidied hicworkr nl Uic nlwre men
tinned place W hi-tii-r prepnrod th cvnr fot
ninniifiu tiirint' Sieatn Kii(.dneK and Mill Machinery.
Ilavin a hteani llmnmer and aJpl Toola, the
ninnu'ictiire of all klndi-of .Murhiiiery, Kailroad,
m.-nuilioat and llriilt'e Foruini.' nmdv a fperlalty.
.'.rpecliil iilteation i;lven lo repair"! hi dtiwi" afid
I1imi- t'a-t i rm- of all kind made to ordei
I'itie K ttlnir 'iihJI i' hranidiea
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
(m and alter Momlay, .lime Vlh, and until lurtlior
nolku theferryhoiil will niiike trlpa hk follow":
I.KAVKa I.KAVKK l.ltAVBB
Fol I'oiirth al Mlnaonrl l.and'n. Keiiturky I.d'g.
Hinfl a, m.
lit : ( H I a. in.
2:i m p. m.
4 :NI p. tn.
i p. m.
H::m a. to.
ii::in a. tn
-i:MH p. in
II a. m.
11 a. in.
H p m.
3 P. in
To Nervous Sull'ereia The I, rent KiirojifHii IIi'l"-cilv-ir.
.1. H. Mliiptiiii'NSpi'elllc Metllcliie.
llr.J. B. Hiliipmilia Stieclllc Medicine la a pliae
tle cure for spi'iiiuitorrheii, Impoteticy, U eaknem
unit all tllHeuw'K n-niliiii(roiii Self AhllHe. a Nor
voiik Dehilil v, Irrlliihlllty, Meiilnl Anxiety, l.anxiior,
l.aiKltilde, llepri Hioii til Snlrlla anil I'linriloiiiil ilu
rant'cnietit ol the Nei-vmia Syatem n'tierally I'iiIii"
In Hack ot-Mde, .o..Mr Mennirv, I'reiiiatnre (Hi!
Aire ami i'ieiiHr
Hint lend to Cnn
(11 in pt i 1 111 Iiixkih
ly and an enrh
univc, or hoth'
No nititier how
fllllttereil h e
ayatem iniiy In
from exceanea of
liny kind, a aliott
roil me ol thin iiieiln in., ulll M.i.,r.i ihe loit tlllic-
IIiiiik ami iiiociirc Ueiillh mid ltnpdiu'i' w,!!'r' J
fore wn i(epnwileiif y and irioom 1 li "pccitic
Meilkliio la liclliK uaed with wntltlorflll iU('.-ecu-
I'nmtihli'to ,nl frco tn nil. Write lor ttidn and
cl lull parllcnlara, , . .
Price, Spi cule, f 1 .10 per nackl!V ,,r " Prk;
Hkc Tor J.'i.iki. Will he aetit by mall (in receipt ol
money. Addreaa all imlri ..,,,, ,,,,
,1 M SttMI'HOM M MKDK INK CO.,
So". 104 nd tl Mln Ht Uuflhlo, N. Y.
TANTKD MuBufacitirlni; coinern vvuntm a
1 1 liuviiioKH Din ii li'Culro.andliicvcry city i not al
rcadv tiik' ti. i A lew bundled dolliira iieceHaary to
pay fur itontln ou dullvery uf.ur ordi ra Imvu heeu
ecitred lor tho Haine. JIM) per month protlt
Kiniriinleed, The umft aearelniie; Inventiiiatlon
aolieited A. S. A l(N( !.! I'd, curnir Mrat
hi rue I and i!i oiiilwiiy, Krouklyn, N, V.
THE MILD POWER
!l ir-H TT "EC TCT CTS
limn ihrt'vs Horaeopathic bpticitics
I'roveil from ampin iierleiiee an entire
Htieees'.. Miniile, rroiupt. I lllelenl, unit
Itellnhle, they are Ilu- only iiiciln-iiita
Jijllel In iiiilllar ll-e.
uihi eniM ii-,i, si.. ei-iiM. i-iiieK.
I. l-eer. I'onwe-tlon. IntliininiiitliiiiH, 2?
i. oriiia, Wnrm 1-ever Worm ( nlle,
II. r v iiiu ( olle, or I e. iliinn nf IliluiiH,
4. Iliiirrliea of i Inlilreii or ,.li,li. - -.''
' Hvaeiiti-rv. nrl. Im.'. Hill'" - ' olle,
J- holerii Alorhii-. Vonniiim, .
OIIBlK, l.ol.t, Prnllelllll.. . I
Nenrulitla, 'loollilii tie. I ,-ieele lie, : ,
II Mt'llllfll-lll-U KI.'L ll,.i.il'i.'lii. V ..rt l-'ll 'I'.
iii. I'v im .ii, Piiioiik Mniiiiieti, .
i. Boi,,re.eil or I'nliilol I'eriocla, ..' .
Ii llllea, I'M, pri'til.e -, -n,l . . e,
I I. I 'ioiiii. i iiiikIi, litnienit liti-ntlilni, . .'.n
I. f all Itheiini. l-;rv.l'i-li,. ,n,, Hi .
I' ltlieillnrililll, hheliiii.'il Ii- I niim . t
Ii'-. l-'i'er niiil une.t hill. I .i'ui-i ',
I.. l'lll-. I 1 1 1 . -1 ..I l,lee,k., . . .
I'l. ( lillirrh. Iienle or el.l ,-; InllMi iiZllf!
."I. V Iiimiiiiiiu I imisIi, Mi.l. nt I i. nulla, ..Mi
.'I. I.eio rill II. Mhly. I'll) VI eakli'-.s. .'11
Kt-lllt'V lliaenae. - M,
ernii. Ilel'lllli . S I ,-rm., I , irrli, a, 1 -n
I ruinrv X ehl,l,-. I, elllin- I In I',-. I, (,
U'. th.e.-ie ill Ihe Henri, I .il!tutii.n, i n,
l-i.i ,i. li 'lriil'uli..,r'.ei,t ,y ,,. i
nr 'llik -.' ' - I. tl ee or elnit oh , 1 1. ,,f
i.ri" -.-n -I f..r Dr. Iluini'lirev- Hook nn
III. enae. A e 'Ml i.ayi , ,il... illli.lrnleil
4 1. 1 J 1 . I II I' l'..
. Il'ioinhreva' II
.Ilea. I n., 10') 1 ulluu PI.. .,; lurk. H
Ir. S. Sil A :o ' z E stcmal Pile Based
(iv. I -i-i.itit r.-Ui f atnlHunlr ldhhlo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
F-'l I t-y I'r'ii.v-'i-eeverywiiere. J'rli r, 1 r I" r hi t
pnpv (liy i- -..I. i-atnj 1. a a. tit fi I-, l'l.v...e m.a
t! l "lllf-r -M, hy I". S. .t:ie'1'l'-r A- ' 'i fn Til'.,
hw ivifcciti. fculuiiubuuuuivra i-t 'Anatem.
ne. -iiT : . rr.'tifiitni. It!.,. ., t.y lh h-ch-e.l
m. -I .' i in. -'.i..- in ii. ... i. ,.; ., (..
wur-i ii H rt. ,. ; . yt ,, ,
fc-l I I-) HI .. ;u:,. W II ICBlCtrUiH 4 03 N t
DR. KLINES GREAT
nr 'U! Pin iv A S rni i. I'iimi, ' " ii.
urn l r '.-. i mi. iin uhA J if ..'u.i.i
!W'ai tmi r :( t un m llo-eiwi. jt'n tma'.'r
nniitny in. . '1 -eiti.e ami I; trial litt.elret
r tiai.-nu,t.'i- t-.i. iiwri'r.-aiUF., N-nd naiii-,
P. (I. 0' -l e-llTi -i a l.lrfaa M lIL KI.ISK.' l
Art L.-L I'hl.aUr.u, La. ,Vt I'rtivximiU'itjjuLi.
Wlmotit rti"l!dne. AM-AIU Bfll.rBl.l! VKfit.
TEI lnH olJ'.-i. I'aKtud Kctour lii. Uli
On" h i.
No. I w II c!,ri a'.T rv In f.'iir 'turn, nr .-..
No. 2 ill r -in- t:n- ru i ut-t..-.AtUw,nu malb r
f hn luii l-.iii!.i;.
Ko H i- i-i' : of enhta, coeiiha or ell of
kb'l i. .k,1. t ia .- cert i:u (-, t-riniiKfl ilynpi-i,.
ff a -tr-o n l.-i.- cotui.a of tiie .in-narh. So
rta'-a or v - M-e- t , tio:. lo pr ,.;,- ollii-r
a. rli.ii" r... -j.i.i , : .(..,
i'ree . ,i. mm i, Itf ALL lilSfOfiloTS. or
Bia.lC'l ' r- e.-o.t nr-,i a,
Forf !i-r t-." O .tti-M f-r rlnKr.
I', i i. I- X li:.. J . ALLAN .. J o-.Mi Hiriwt,
Yi i- nil- r I j.i) r. : t f,r ny rjf : lhr will tol
wl. fe.t-i'e ai.ii un ruro.
r v 1 i.nt 'tl u-1 Hi r
i. Mr. vtiil n i t i it-.tfii'.
Winy pr-iv I ' t( r :i ni.' i irn- t-i a lift- r.f .(
ll ii -'-. i . iv it : ;!' 1 i" - v'm r- ( In 1
thi f" t -1 i I.;! A i'!nrt il. ul'Su, '
Orrcliui-ti r tt , N w V..rK.
rCTAITTA rSTATTS , T. r "C''??':
. . , -. W lr. U K
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MEDICAL SESSE Mi) FU:H Ul TALK.
l IS I' I'l .- --v.. ,lv.A.1.,'...M ,. K
A'lllilJ ' '. !l c, u. ', j
GREAT WE8TCRM Jltw GUN WORKS,
ir .-.i-nn "'.piti e-r aw.-i'.
Itill',Slwl I inn,, IUiviilTtn,acat . o. d. laminatwa
Ilrwch liaill- ps-hnt i!on.lto-'i". Imu'de t-h"l
(.nun. it-ii ' .-iiiK'I'-liina.f iiol.il. lilll'S. I'l'J
l;r. He; olver". ? I l-i t Ti. h - 11 I f-T f re'- lllie trilte-l
Jataloifie. i...i:a1 WKsTUi li.N W'JliliS
THE KAP.lLf HAND BOOK J
nil. 1.1 I, , AMI t Al l I' US I :K Mil 1.1'iV,
liMli.r.,,.. .. l-t ie.... I.-r .v i... M. . ' ,: :.. I-, '...,..,;,
S-l'.-l. 1,1.. ... I ,-s.i, M, .1! .U--I, I'l-C r-l. 1 1 .!., A'.,
i-f,;.... : i i""i ' - t-v a.iiI'.k ii. M-mtxlK,
Ul h...iil. -in ;i"-i. ii- Im-. n. .
I'rnlll'oi.l I'r ii. -.-il j-iiii' fini.-.-!. A.l.lri i WAHI'
(.1 . ,ll4iiikerh Li "l-i i l.ii liitriiri I i;u e. Ni w Vurk.
UIIAVS M'lrlKlf Ml IHI'INK,
TRADE MAKK. ,e l.n-iil KliL'Hi'lri KAIH-: MAItK
vr.fc l.'eiiiiilv, an ii n
I Tl Inilili" cure lor
T tT ,, erai"-pr
. i I,-.... I
u 111 ill a i mi i
I lllpi'lelll V. Mini ail
lliM iii.l'h I hill lol-
!',il.- inielie of Hell
iHHHltllde. pnlf'ti the lim-K. A ff or TlklD?.
lienHiifvlalnii. preltiiiMirt' idd iiue,nllU' XSiUlOff.
and tiiiiny olln-i ilu e'oea II. nt had to liiaiinHj' r
toiiaiiiiipliiin nml ii I'l'-lMiiI ii ro urave.
Knll piii'ileiih't'" In our piitiiphlel, wlih li wcnu
aire lo aend liee l..v mull lo every mm. Ihc 'l"'
(IHc inedlcliie I" m.IiI l-v all tlrti!irll" M ? per
pin kaite. fix hn or will he lein Iree '.v tin n
feridpl of Ihe tiionri hy iiddieaalnil' 1 11 K ' HA
MKDIt'lNH I'll . No'. ! .Meelianlc Idnck, Ilelrolt
Mich, hold in i nim hv I'.iircluy lima,, I'titil O
Hch ll ll nii'l H I-. U'll'iirii.
)YoiirHelven liy iiinklnjr mnn
-y win n ll irolili-ii chance la
(ill'cri'd. Iherehy alwaya
keeilni! t ovefty fiotii your
ilimr. Tlinae wiio tihviiva
In lie iidviintii'.'e of the (.'null
rhiinrcafiir limkllii.' Ilioiiey Hull lire ollerell, nelieriil
ly liuciiniii wealthy, while lima who do not 1m
proyii audi rluim -ua remain III poverty. Vi" want
linitiv men, woiiieii, Imva mid KlrlH Iii dn wrk fur um
rlijht In their own Inridllliw, 'ilm liiiHlnea will
tiny tiiiirn tliiin Ifii liiuea nnlltiiiry wtiera. Wu
furulaliail expeiiteiialvii unllH and nil that ynti
liuett free. Knuiie v,hn eiiitmri H fnlla lo innkii
mnlli'V riipldlv. Vou can devolc join' wtiolu I linn
tn Ihe work, or otdv vour fpiirf- inoiiieiila, I'ull ,
Inriirninlloti imil all ll'nil la needed aenl flee. Ad 1
drtia ttl'lNSON & C'tj.i rurilund, Maine,
ii aiml i-iiiii t tin it- v' itVii -'---- 'tin
fPyiid? ls,fUSTACHE ANO WHlSrRS.k-,