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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
TUESDAY MORNING, APJIIL 5 isi.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
BnLlotln llnlldlnf, WMbinijtoB ATnn
Only Morninir Pally In Southern Illinois
A fienrnn clioiuist luni'sinblislied tlie
valuable fnl I lt;t t wooil iiiiro;iiiitt!d
with paruftiiiH nil i iirrn'rviMl for many
years from r t , rvi'ti ninler circi'in
rtanccs most m-;i !l to ilt-ciiy.
Hfi'onlly ' 'liii-o. CmI., th heart of a
vomig pirl IriiiiiiM jiifliftl by (listiaso
'from llm Iff i- t' the ribl wiiln of her
body. A Mirii al operation lias rft
slorvil lint healer" Id it jimpcr pooi
tion. Switzerland wax visited, nmnlini to
8lftti.ties eolleetfd by the Alpine elub
of Italy, by I.WO.tHK) tourists in 18711.
Of these 7(H t,4 m x t came from (Jerniany
and Austria, '.'So.iHH) from Kiigliiinl,
200,000 from I'ranee, and 00, (XK) from
the United Slates. The foreign travel
in estimated lo uy the Swiss $10,000,
Aerated waters lelivnrl to custom
ers through "scdid block-tin" pipes
have been analyzed by the French
Academy of Sciences, and. are found to
contain dangerous iiroporlioHS of tin
and copper. The large increase of
cases of paralysis in France within a
few years is said I" be duo to the fieo
use of these waters, and the soda foun
tain may be doing the same ' mischief
hero. Paralysis has unquestionably in
creased in tlie last few years.
"A California paper prints an old let
ter by (tcneral Shennau to n alcalde
in 1847, when he was a lieutenant and
stationed at Monterey, in which ho
said: "You may tell the people of the
district that if they catch Indians in the
act of stealing or attempting to" steal
their horses, they should shoot them;
but if they are merely loitering about,
then lo send them to the nearest al
calde, who will judge whether they bo
quiet Indians or hostile thieves."
M. Oscar ('oinettaiit lias just started
in Paris a periodical entitled Xotircnu
ve, of which the object is to give coun
sel as to the proper treatment of in
fants during the Hist year of (heir life.
A copy of (lie lirM. number, accompan
ied by a letter from M. (,'omettant, was
sent to Victor Hugo, who acknowledged
its receipt in a note, in which he said:
"Your letter moves mo. I applaud
you. Everything you may do tor in
fancy you will do for humanity. For
get not that this sweet, infancy, trem
bling and naked, brings" to lis in its
arms the future."
A very unpleasant impression has
liccu caused in Switzerland by the an
nouncement that the government of
Schaffhausen are about to propose to
the great council of the canton tho sale
of tho famous Scluifl'haiisen onyx, for
which a rich collector has offered a
largo sum. The onyx, being a part of
the spoil of the battle of (irandsou, is
regarded as a national trophy. It. is,
moreover, a gem of great size and ex
traordinary beauty, superbly set, and
of (ircok or Kmiiiiu origin. An ener
getic protest will he made against tlie
proposal to dispose of so interesting a
memento of Swiss history for the en
richment of a foreign museum.
In the oflice of (lie recorder of deeds
in Wilmington. Delaware, is probably
the only deed of land from an Indian to
a white man in exisleure in this coun
try. It is from it Mcchafi.'ksilt, a chief
sachem of the Coliaiisink Indians, "solo
Indian owner and proprietor of all that
tract of land commonly called by tho
Christians, H miph's Hook, and by In
dians Newsink.'' For the consideration
of one gnu, four handfuls of powder,
three "mat coats," one anchor of liquor,
and one kettle ' in hand paid by Peter
Uayard, of New York." the land is
mado over to Mr. Hayiird, his heirs and
assigns. Tho signal ores are an inter
esting pHit of this document. The old
chief made a mark that looks like a
Initio. After this mark comes tlie line,
"This is the mark of Moitsiippeuackin,
son of Mechaecksitt." and the mark is
that of a man's hand. The seal is set
at New Castle in Delaware, on May 4,
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A8CRECTKK HUM) T LAST. NO OSK NKLl)
A sure cure for the Dlind, lilucding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. . William's Indian Oiut-
incnt. A single box bus cured the worst
chronic enses of 23 and 30 years standing
' No one need stiller five minutes alter apply
ing this wonderful Root lung medicine
Lotions, IiiNlrninculs ami Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
merit absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
. wann in lied), ads as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only tor Piles, ib bnig or the private ports
and nothing else,
Head what the Hen .1. M. Odlinberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pi hi Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, snd it nllorciH me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gsvo such Immediate mid permanent relief
as Dr. Willium's Indian Pile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price tl.fio.
Fiwsk H.IlKMty &('.,
A Cough, Cold or Sore. Throat
should be stopped, Meglect frequently re
mits in an Incurable Luu disease or Con
sumption. Urown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allsylng irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Ilrouclntig, Couirhs, Catarrh, snd
the Tbrot Troubles which Singers and
l'ublic Sneakers are subject to. For thirty
years Urown's Uroiichial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give peilect satlNlaction. Having heen
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies oRho age. Bold at 2!) cents
i box everywhere.
dure fur Hog Cholera.
A correspondent of the Ku-um
Former says: "A farmer in this counly
extensively engaged in the hog biisf
ness, here and in Marshall county, and
who has suffered from I lie loss of over
one hundred hou this year, bus a rem
edy which he sas is' so simple aud
costs so lilllo, thai I hopi- all our farm
ers will try i(, and report (heir success.
My informant breaks n box of concen
trated lye into a barrel of clean water,
and when the lye is dissolved gives it,
to tho hogs as a drink. A neighbor
who had lost, some :'00 hogs this season
triod the cure with entire success; every
one of the hogs got well, and none have
sickenad since, lie says he had in his
feeding lot a hog which would weigh
400 pounds, so near dead that he
thought it useless to try to save him,
butsecond thouglil said, try anyhow.
So he rolled him on his back aud poured
a pint of the liquid, made stronger than
in the barrel, down bis throat, and in
less than an hour porker was on his
feet cracking coin nearly as lively as
to-Sowing Whoie Crass Seed Failed,
Many inquiries are mado this year
how to treat the land where the grass
seed has failed to e imv. Half of my
seeding on wheat la-i year w as almost
a failure. To plow up and raise anoth
er crop of grain is out of the question.
We cannot have the regular rotation of
crops through our lii-Ms deranged,
without the most serious inconvenience.
And the partial loss of a crop of grass
for thrco or four-years-- that is, till the
next corn crop would he greater than
the loss of our crop of wheat would have
been. I propose, therefore, lo re-seed.
As early in the spring as land can bo
harrowed, I shall s-jw clover and timo
thy liberally, and barrow repeatedly
with a sharp barrow, and make at the
samo time a very liberal application of
plaster and some other commercial fer
tilizer. I suppo.-c there is no danger of
overestimating the importance of se
curing a good crop of grass on that
land, for three or four years, and I sup
poso that it can be conlidenily expect
ed, at an expense greatly less than the
value of the grass. This value is not
limited to its worth as forage, but it in
cludes its suppression of weeds and its
contribution to the fertility of the soil.
I shall spare no reasonable cost to
avoid the sight of a naked piece of
Peter Jio.;art, of Downsville, Dela
ware county. N. Y., was born on May
11, 17MI). J'is wji'e is only three months
his junior. They were united in mar
riage in Isnt;, having lived together
seventy-live years. Both are enjoying
fair health, mid bid fair to celebrate
their one-hiindivdih birthday.
According to the financial reform al
manac of (ircat lirilaiu for 1S81, there
are nearly a thousand persons, male
and female, attached to the royal house
hold and paid for rendering some real
or imaginary service to her majesty.
The poet laureate, A. Tennyson, re
ceives 100 yearly; the examiner of
jilays 400. There are live "pages of
honor," who receives 120 each, aud
the "master of the tennis court," the
Right Hon. V. Bercsford, who receives
132 yearly. The amount chargeable
to "annuiiios, pensions, superannua
tions, compensations," in 1878 was
An old steamer, tho Planter, has just
been sold to junk dealers in Baltimore
to be broken up. During the war it
was known as "Kraut's Apothecary
Shop." Just before the war the Planter,
then in command of Capt. (Jeorge
Weenis, was put on the Potomac route,
plying between Baltimore and Wash
ington. Shortly after the outbreak of the
war the steamer wns seized at Wash
ington by the government. At first she
was used as a transport, but afterwards
as a medical purveyor's boat. Capt.
Norris commanded her at thai, time.
For a long I ime tlie Planter was stationed
oil the Appomattox river, and while
there, in charge of Dr. Briutou. the
name, "('Irani' s Apothecary Shop," was
nest.owed upon ner.
The late English naturalist, Gould,
used in summer to continually haunt
tho banks of the Thames upon his scien
tific expeditions. One day there was a
rare laugh raised at his expense at For
mosa; lie had gone up a treo to explore
the, contents of a nest, when, glancing
by chance down at a hollow formed by
the bifurcation of two largo branches,
he suddenly exclaimed: "As I'm a liv
ing man, if there is not a large owl hero
In this city, looking straight 'at me with
its ghoul-like eyes." The excitement
was great; but imagine the merriment
of the bystanders, and the discomfiture
of the naturalist, when, on putting
down his hand to seize the supposed
owl, ho found it simply in a pool of wa
ter, which had reflected his own face as
in a mirror.
As a member of the French diplomat
ic body was recently traveling to Te
heran to Join his legation there, he was
seized by a band of brigands, who put
his uniform on their chief, and turned
the lillings of his dressing bag (he was
a great Parisian dandy) into useful and
ornamental articles of various kinds,
according as t heir fanev Niin-irested.
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The only thing they could make noth
ing of was the pomade Jlongroise. I ho
unfortunate Frenchman, on being asked
what' it was, could only reply in Per
sian: "Butter." The brigands at once
tnulail ihn enmnrinntl. nno. finnplnilino
a practical jk e had been intended"',
thev forced their prisoner at a sword's
point to eat, the whole of the six pots
tie had brought with him, and, having
completely rilled his baggage and pock
eta left him to complete his journey
more dead than alive.
Among the insane convicts in the
Eastern (Pa.) penitentiary is a middle
aged man who has a propensity for
burning barns and houses simply be-
causo be thinks no one Is entitled to
have more property than himself. Re
cently one of the Inspectors was en
gaged in conversation with the iiicemli
ary and inquired his name. "Well,
sir," replied the convict, as ho pressed
no of his hands against his forehead as
if to refresh his memory, "you have got
the best of mo. 1 did have a name
once-l think it was Jack-but tho fact
is I am now too miserably jioor to havo
anamo. But, sir,' --and there was a
look of earnestness in tho old man's
eyes "1 wish you would please Inquire
among those who know me, and if you
can tiud out what my name Is toll m,
It'l frightful to bo without a name."
KILLS DSDRCFP, ALLAYS IKJIITATION, AND
P1IOM0TE8 THE GROWTH OF THE ITAIH
Gentleman For over two years I have
suffered terribly with "scald head" in its
worst form. A few weeks ago I tiled a
bottle of your Cocoaiuc. The first applica
tion gave me relief, and now tho disease is
effectually cured. Yours respectfully,
N. C. Stevens, Deputy Sheriff,
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are perfect
Mr. Wendell Phillips, says the Boston
Vourii r, ir talking the other day upon
the truth and falsity of history, says:
"An amusing incident occurred to nie
once, showing the way in which truth
may spoil good history. Years ago,
when I spoke at the opera-house in Chi
cago upon slavery, the crowd became
very much excited and threw various
unsavory missiles at tho stagu and
speakers. Fortunately iioliotly was
hint, or, so far as I remember, hit, but,
the drop-ourtain was heavily streaked
and discolored so us to be fairly ruined.
Some time ago, I met a western man
who recalled "the circumstance, and he
told me that the owner of the opera
house had, through all these years, kept
that curtain as a testimony against, the
Reople, refusing to have it changed,
low there, you see, was a beautiful in
cident, and I thought of using it in one
of my lectures, but I very foolishly took
the 'precaution to inquire about the
truth of it, and I found that in reality
the curtain was replaced the very day
after it was spoiled!"
What an Old Tanner Says.
I am an old man upward of three
score years, during two score of which I
havo been rich and have all I need; do not
owe a dollar; havo given my children a
good education, and when I am called
away shall leave them enough to keep
the wolf from the door. My experience
has taught me that
1. One. aero of land well prepared
and well tilled produced more than two
which received only tho same amount
of labor used on one.
2. One cow, horse, mule, sheep or
hog well fed is more profitable than two
kept on the same amount necessary to
keep one well.
a. One acre of clover or grass is
worth more tljan two of cotton where
no grass or clover is raised.
4. No farmer who buys oats, corn or
wheat, fodder anil hay, can keep the
sheriff' from the door to the end.
o. Tho farmer who never reads the
papers, sneers at book farming and im
provements, always has a leaky roof.'
poor stock, broken down fences, and
complains of bad "seasons."
6. The farmer who is above his busi
ness aud entrusts it to another to man
age soon has no business to attend to.
Plan for Deadening Pain.
The la.-t number of the Medical
Record contains a new and curious
met hod of deadening pain discovered
by Dr. Bon will a dentist of Philadelphia.
The operator merely requests the patient
to breathe rapidly, making about HiO
respirations per minute, ending a rapid
I pulling expiration. At the end of from
two to live minutes, an entire or partial
absence of pain results for half a minute
or more; during that time teeth may
be drawn or incisions made. The
patient may be in any position, but that
recommended is lying on the side, and it
is generally best to throw a handker
chief over the face to prevent distraction
of the patient's attention.
A poor memory is a very inconvenient
thing. So a mail found it who lately
called on a friend, and in the course of
the conversation asked him how his
good father was. "He is dead; did you
not know it?" answered the friend.
"Indeed! I am distressed to hear it,"
said the visitor. "I had no idea of it;"
and he proceeded lo express his sym
pathy. A year after ho called again
and forgetfully asked, "And how is
your good father?" The clever reply
was, Still dead.".
Singular coincidence: Two comical
looking diameters met at the Galveston
union depot. Said one: "You don't
live here, do you?" "No I don't."
"What a singular coincidence! I don't
either." "Are you from Segiiin?"
"No, I am not." "By thunder, another
coincidence! I'm not from Seguin
None receive so much boncrit, and none
are so profoundly grateful and chow such
an interest in recommending Hop Bitier
as women. It is the only remedy peculiar
ly adapted to the many ills the sex is almost
universally subject to. Chills and fever,
indigestion or deranged liver, constant or
periodical sick headaches, weakness in the
back or kidneys, pain in the shoulders and
different parts of the body, a feeling of
lasiludo and despondency,'aio all readily
removed by these Bitters. Cuurant.
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"When found make a note ol" Spring
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and trial bottles 10 cunts.
To all who arc Buffering from the errors
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early eleeny, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free ol
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Hev. Joseph
T. Inuian, Station D, New lork City.
2nd Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division Street, Buffalo,
says: I cannot be too thankful that I was
induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at ono time afraid I should never be
ablo to go out again. I seemed to be a
second vditinn of Job without his patience,
my faco and body was ono vast collection
of Boils and Pimples, since taking ono bet
tlo of vour Spring Blossom I am quite cur
ed, all eruptions have disappeared and I
reel butter than I have for a long time
Prices: f0 cents, and trial bottles 10
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A vnl'iAhls Dlncnvrry and Nw lprtumln MM
k1 St'ivni n, an f ntirlir N'twaai fKlfiwiy (trfHtifi
Iwrnwlf for Uih BjHM-fJ) r nJ MriiiD-htrurtn( ftml
uhJ KntiMHiotjd iinii IrrtjKilorit y hy Out nnljr tru
wav, vm: IirtKt, Arplicnt.on U,ut,rin UwIrWt
or th immuiw. n-Unu try AHOTY'Un, ami men in
ltfltpmti:i'ta.':uffnionthitb-jjiUttttl vniflm iftc
UluUjry JJm.b, Prwitnlt: (Jl.ind. kJ Vrthru !l'h
QMtnf Oim J;rn1y i aitfi-ltl v. it b no put a or tnron
tfniiQi'n. nd 'iiK'H nft In'-r-iPffl uh thn orflinrf
purniittH ot lifp; it (,mi, 'k!yfiiv)lvNUmi vq 'w
rlxtl, I'nxlut inn nn junnliatitfujiittilnK unrt rtor.
ftrlve rt ni''n p"ml nf1 xwrnun ortraniv
tioowriu-k'"l irurn wtJt-alj.j4 and Mr, mopping
tM driMii irna t:i .im, rr"UriniK th mini io
bwalf h and iw.unfl nvnif-rv. rr.!'vir.g tho I)imnMHi
Of 8irlit, 5(jrvouH i)bilitv, Ctt:if i.ica of I'lna.
Aversion to t" tvty.etc.. "., Ami liiafiiaran
of prfrnntum oi-i hk umii.iIv hi -rmnparmnir thi
troiil"U. ami rUitiuu irf i t fcH-.u;il ViLr.wtifni
It faaa twn drmot Ur VMarn. 'J Im inmTtn4 tr-at-mnt
h w'Ml ti tht In vnry hvbiw cm. and U
Dow a pniM,n "m h'fitH. Imifc artM much pr.
crtbwl InttiHMt I rmiM'MtjiaiJ.aw many ran ImarwlU
dhm tn. with lint Iim In if ny jHrrntntiHiiiufvul. Tanm
la no Nn(ivnM aUf,t tint i'r ration, J'ra'((caJ olh
anrratlua wi N'H an to iiiivtly (runrant that It
will fftvwiMtiBtm tlOT). lJurinjr th't hiuM yam that
It tuuifWu In ifiiril iifrt,Mf hut thntjaanriftof tst
rnonlaU a t f ln vnhm. anrl It. i nnir rfiniM hy In
MMtral J'nfir'-oo lo lu th oirixi rational mcria jn
(ilarnTwrtiil rf i hinrr an'l runnx thia Mfy prttvalnt
tmuhla, tnaf ta wnil kwven to mthmain4 untold
tnlM.r to mi tiuirw, vi'l tii"n whom quatka pmy with
thflr iiil'-na rj'iiitnjnii and bi ivn. Tbo K4mdy
la pti( up in pt-At t'u.-,rtf thp i. Ko. l.(HcvUti
to laxta nunih,t-3( Wo U. 'mUiiint in fttrf pr
tnnnnnt mrw, nrjia In wivtr cahatl No. 1.
ilantlnti nr,'r I f" month , vHl -t ii emMlow tod
rwlow Tiy.ir in th vrnrnt r t.n,! $7. Kot ty mail,
naUHl.in r'nln ur.ipfmia. 'i11 DIRECTION! (QC
tulnv will h .'omiinny FACH HOX,
(Sfmlftr trahul th pt h r'Pttnph
Irf yh'iHfj t ft intuitu! I tltmtratttHtn V
tttul grt mom, i hivtt trill rottnura 1
Itir tnoMf Hkrhrtii that thru ran ft I
rmhtvrtl to $nrtvrt tutthmnCitHtl fit- m
tftt fr thr flttttvH if Itfv, mintto uh if f
Hi'Vvr 1'JJvt tt tl, Sold 4 Lk by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CHEMISTS.
Market and Clh Sti. Si". LOUIS. MO.
(117 Sf. ( Inn li s Mi i cl, St. Louis, Mo.
k tMtf'itar tfriul 1 nn f I wn M-.(ii til ViIImihh, hua bn
Innwr (M'nt d t liit n in) o ln t'hr itim In Hi I , mi lit h
cllr Miptm aluHt.nnil hil mi I r""rl-nlHlttjnw. Hvphtlia.
Oonorrhixn.U.cot.fcitri'.ti ih.Oi t hi tl. HupUire.nl 1
Urinary HyiintMtin or fcvi ouvini Aflortlona ol
Throitt, Hklit 01 lfonon iiii- H ii ! r, I'livulnly.
Hjxtrnnit'H rhi tli xunl Jtotjiilly nml lmplnry
IharMMiill d H if.Ahtt wjn -l im In niitturir
Tftftnt.nr nvttr hriimworh, (mhIimhiiu imrvoii initi
al nmUnlon't, nVMhty, iIhiuvkh ii ilit,iilt(v mrii
ory, plivali'iiJ t) -riiv, m-m-lon ti hcm i'ljr i-nnfuttlon of
1'lnaa, r(f n Jt'it.i poi.r,nltht l'w-jtritrndff-ini. mnr
rinwMinipruptn.iim i."nniitififvrimtii, ( (irmnltut mil
atol!t nr y nuul tnwt nnd tnvitd. i'ltniphiet nrui
Mimip. M(Mllrln,.n hunt liy mull or ttprtMft. t'tirti
Rtiiiriinl ('H. Whom dimtif tl:la Ii tfllninkly ataUd.
MARR8ACE I Pf ?s
pfWh. I GUIDE!
Ini'Wl.iMH'Nl.iry.nolt lotil.lw it 1m 1 mi. I" HI", on Ih'i
Inllnwlnu Miiiji'i'tm Win, ni'ty nun ry, wui mil, Hv.
M.iiiIiiiiiiI, W .iinJinllOiiil, l'ti)ili- il iliwiiy, Who hlmillil
niiirrv ; Mow llf nml hn.,)ln,i ninvliii Ihitmii m! , i.Hiti .i
DfrnllliMi y I ni iikh, mill r , iiiorM. 'I Iiiimi nuirriHil
nri!ontiii.,il iiiutniirHiii K I II ih"n U 'Mo.
JIm loi li nml k.iy 85 ot, l mini In mnni'V or
tnui". KtmliHli-Ofrm 111 t'r"jiliv'i'il.iTi'lRTinl"n.
I bilB'iliiimw, l.n.,1 MiinhiHi,l,N.'ri.iinM,
ra,.(V.llhlHl,lll nl l,,i, AviT- lim Innni'lMli
ik'Uvm Mi'liiiirtiui'l I iIr.hIith hi,in:'li.iin li.v Hilf.
Aliu. AniruiiuKUii,i,ih.uri'itiiini. ht.'Loul
Cnriimt'ln'.r.. iii;iHI (iirli.., m, ,nni., Mn.
7080hefinut St, St. Loul. Mo. ' "I'l ""'
miiillniiiwliinim Miinrinnhirriup. Hmlnnl Woiik'
nnmi.IiiiiiiitHiiry.ull fiiriiimif 8yiililll.O.inorih'M.
Olot't, Uriimryor llliiidlor tllwiiMin, I(oiit cnw
oiiiwl In 11 low it,,n. A II llm dlwiH.114 nwiilMnn from
nli.iihu.il, (ni...N orojinwnrBiimildir liriiwtthii'
fflMtli'ln. Ailuim friw. CIhiikhh low. dull or rlt
In ttrirl i-nntlH.'iii'H. Hvmr'toin Jlr.nk for ln 'mt;
nr n.,,1 rnml'lrlf I.I IMf. t ,". ,"
kmiI, nun, ( n! iPr. i,r A I '''l""'-l Vl,.f2.
I I. Nrl.itmn of ll, KllHf'!"" " ,
iluA ill , 'I .lTr,lli.nli, M.f'l'lli ,. ' ' ' .
'- I I'.. il. ( 'l(h"'1 ,n,l ni.' i" M.
r .,i,.,i tl.i Kj I , 1 l'".""',Ty.,.,. .4lli,M.,
"1,1 'l- .h. I II. , ,. ,. rl. I .fr ""'H""( ... .i l '.
'Ii ! ! " VrivMn MnTlmt' AjjVwjf J
ii. i ).
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IV . ' .. . ..... i.i
Mi" h ttilt IIHnt 1
14 T,A. 1
IK Unit intitii M
I niMtM, -i mi'i" tl"
DR. IUTTS' DISPCNSA
Mn. 1 kll "I. t'O""
WANTED. Mfinnffictarlug enncrrn want
ImmuitM mini lu Cairo, nn1 Inevuryclty inotal
reRdrtuIci d.i A few hundred do! I urn cod mury to
py for Ri'oilii on rtollvi-ry f;er ordnri huvo bn
ucureil tor Hid imiiu. jil'iO ior montli prollt
IMurout'iJ. 1 lit) moHl Himi.hihu liiVfnll(iatioQ
ulicltfd A. H AltNuLI) CO , airiw Mm
blri'd and Prim'lwuy, Crot.klyn, N, V.
THE MILD POWER
IIuiiiiilirftyH1 Ilouieopfttliio Bpocihcs
ITovimI fiiim riiiI'Io cxii rloii'' nil Millro
iK't'i'iH. hliniilf, I'rnnilil. Kllli'li'iit.aiid
II..H..I.I.. I 1 1 , . V I.IH (III lllllV llll'lill'llll'll
uilaiifii 111 pnpiiliir iHe.
1.," 1 nil.,,, n A 1. Mil. ' v in. .nun.
1. ffun, 1 imiki" .linn. iiiniimniRiioiiii, .10
1. iirin. . Worm I i-vi r Worm ullc, .'.'ft
1. ( ry iiiu Colli', or Tri'llilKKof lnfulll. 'a
4. Ill.rrlii'ii of I liililrmi or Ailnltn.
6. Ilyni'iiliry, CrliiliiK. HIIIoiik Colic, X
l. i hnlora MorliilH, V oli'.lllim, - ;&
7, oiikI,, ( old, liriiiiolilNii, 'A
1. Ariirnlul, Inntliiirhr, l in'cni'lip, .
!l lllnl. II I.......... f A 'IT.
ii, !'"i::"" M""i'i' i"'-", .cui.v,..
01. .n lf HIM, flllloll. hlnllilil'll, .
iiiin-...'il or I'alnliil iVrloilt, .
llHfM. tltil lirilflikM l'Mrli.,lu . . 'jr.
lA I'rituii, I'oiikIi. IHMiciill llri'Nt'tiliiK, '.Z
II. f nit Itiii'inii, Kr)'klH'lHR. Kru 01 loin, .
I.'l lllll'llllinll.lll, llllllllMIHIIi' I mn., . ,v,
III. 1'ViiT hihI in ",, hill j-i'i'i-. AKiiPi.r.)
IB li. t'lll'.. Illlll'l or Hli'lillliK, .... . .fill
K l. t HInrrh. ;..ii 1 or rlirohlc, Inftiii'iini, Hi
MH WIioiiiiIiii: niiuli , vinli-iii iv.uirini, :.
Hi ;i. ..r Ill' rill I II mill I . I nl, 1 l fllKllfH.. .fill
Pi ii. Klilni'V lilni'imi', .!,,
H. ironi Iti'lnilu . iifriiiiiiiirrlii'ii, l.Ui
. I riimrv fnkiii"...Ui.tiiiiKiin ua.m
r!. liUi'iiii- nl llii' lii'iii 1, l'nliliiiiloii, l.n,
t or -iili- hi ilniuni-l-.or 1,,-nl l,y ilu ( nH,
ornliiKlc V'lul. fi'-i'or r-lutrtfo, on rii'i'ljif of
i,rl,.i'. Si'iol fur llr. lliiiiinlipi'i HiM.b ....
fl Ih.fnai'. ir., ' I H (.uiii'M, mImj lllu.lralrii
13 lilllliiuilr, IIIKI'..
fj Ail' I r--, 1 1 11 111 oil v lloriiroimllilr
MAIeil. ( u., J Oil iultuM bt.. uth.
III'MI'IIKY S IloMKtil'ATII.'f M IWH
CINKS si'iM l-v UAKCI.AV DUOS.
Dr. S. Silvio's EstsrnalPilofiDmedy
Givi'i!nuntrrlUf sndm inlnf.ilhMe
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
foil frrn:'ci'tni'vi'rTV'viim. I'rti . $!.(!" pr hot
fjCiyiui liv l:i i,l. Hiiiijl". ' nt Ji" lo l'llHf!iu.
ml llmtt!,'r rn, dv f. NctinHi'dli r I o, Iiox 30i,
tiuw 1'urkut). boleoiiiuuiuilUTi.'raot''liiuU4M.H
i iU -1 it r
' , Pronoiinf 1 I lii. U l ihc h'tli-li.T'in-.
in ini- w. il 1 (, ,i. f, tu,
.41 fllTlll'-' I
h .I'l i.j Ui v nil.. W H KHltnttlil CO M V
'.! Ii V
H'l I It.".-'! ('- .If I'Hlt. I.T4-
MOl.I.i; JiS (ViDMVKl! OIL, hi.1,1 l,v
hai: lav i:!:otiij:k-i.
DR. KLIKH BQKEAT
Kl t D u c J cCTAnrrt
' r all lis. IN 4 urn vm.mi. Only ,i.r
lvAi 1 mi l: . t.n. n iu Olnricl. .Vo fittalrr
iiriiiluu tt,if. 'ln-4iiw ti.. I: uUI Iwtt'.orrKla
1 1- .1 (..iipiiu.lti j '.m:i.Tpr-t.at'e, hcriil n.rn
r. (i. " i rtptp.. Mii.i to u. K . SK.u.1
..L I b..iuii:.iiU.. I'V .Vnr.wiuTiyiWA
.,."?t ?" rt,l"'' ALLAN'S BOI.UIH.R S4FPI.
ATF.U BO I OIKS. i'.UDU'd Oriohcr 16. 17
No. 1 will ;nr ny mte In four ir. nr trim
No. 3 will curl' tlie nuti obuule wt m'.tr
1 liow li.nit ji-ihi;u.
No n.meoui rt i.-i of enhrm, eopaltn or oil of
frQd.ilwl, tntt r cruin lo riroitQrilvp:im
y il .;ro)itiK Ihf otunri of tlia ii.ai. h. No
ynniri oririn(fi"il inji'i tiom Ui produce ollir
I'ncr t :A Mil. 11 HY ALL MirwiSTS, or
Disllnl " ri'Ctlpi o( prirc.
Forfi lo r p.r'M nl.rt.pnd for e'rrnlr.
. V. (i It. 1 Ull J ( . A1.I.A S to., n Joi,n Stre.L
W.ott. r rtwird for .of car .' tbty will Dot
Ci'il' V'a'e 1 '1 car.
AJ.f.A.N'S Mi:i)!CATi;i) IUHT.IKS
S.I.I l-v llAltC LAV lU)
CAT70 Rrtrm ot
lUHAlUlU timW.iy. lmj-K.ofy, and
a -.-;mi.' ..iltv.aiiJ . :-'raitituoTTT, ura-m itf'C
rl-.' in Iwti'v nt'int. ti .-t i M-am lu
M MT VtiUMI i(i.DiCt l.NlllLlI,MTrcvUci4
J ft'iuWiM MtjrrirHrw.i
"0 Ut uvo Y4, Id.) 'if 11
t . , . L 1 l. f U I 1
$mU, ili t'ltbif W
KEDICJIL CCMK3I SENSE M PLAII Ml TALK.
a -ff;la, Dti of Sfr
or) Wuiimii, l rhr ti'A
a.inf'itl, tfc ,lrrr of
IhrtfrnnMIlty, Add'ti M if-
rr 11 ') r ih. Co a in,
LiHov.ShotUuus. ll.TiiivwvMnt n.d. furoimititim
Hroi'rh Lr.dliitfitiotfJoTm.IHtorW). Double Jt
IHinN,f--ii'iirfl. tMniTiGiin.nojn. Kltlft.rt'J
tlx Buvolv. 1 to -. honilfnr fret-lllii'triitiM.
J-4tnliiiii'. tillKAT WEbttlUi UUS oUK.
MUtTACHt AND WHISKERS.
M. . iHtViiiiMii,.wi .11 i. iW
lMrfni l ft., fnt-m Kr HHl-h m
tV-w 1 4 whii.l 9t h-la.Tf,'H fwaaj -
! Mili:iiMnl, i,a r( m1 I Ml irt- X
I ll k. fJ.., ,t, fVl, I'k'flNMa
Ml4, r 'V iNAhii. nMr. fwltK4 lfl
To Ni'rviiiiH SnH'criT"-1 Iih t.ri'Hl jiriiii'Rii Ui,ir''
.i.. i. 1 1, ... . . 'I. . ., , .1..
i'ii - nr. .1, n. 1111 vsnii lipi run' Jli'ilirilli',
. ' I . , , I '. .1 III I ..H ,1 I. T JF, , I I), ill.'lll IT,
II. Sitnlnnn ' perlllr Modi, ilic Ik h (u)hi
.. r..r w,.. 1 ii .... 1 .
I r flirt
., ii., m , 11111 1 01 1 111 o, ihijii'iii'v... n lumirp,
Hml nil rliM'iiM'N ri f iiltliiK from Srll'-Aliui'ij. Ner
villi. Di liilltv, IrrlUlillltv. Mi'iitnl Anxli iy. t.utiuiior,
I I....... . .. .. ' i-u..ll. .....1 f .1 1..
I, HIT 1 1 Ull,:, l'liri.flIOII lM..HiriFium Mini nuiini l,w
riiniriiini'iitii ol Hip Ni'rvoun (tvKti m pt'iiornllv 1'nlnf
III lliirk or hli!f. I.n.i' of Mi'inory. rri'iiiiitiiro Old
I, HI'. 1 1 mil', IT 1 in. 11 III to r.oi 111- iiiiu 1 11 111 1 1,1111,1 tin
u... .......... j ..I .l.n V.....t,ia l.vuti.,1, itoiii,..! lu I, il.i.
nml dift iiHt a
t nit onil to 1 011
So niHlttT lio
rlmtttTI'll I Ii i'
BVHll'IH inH.v In'
from i'ja'""" f
liny kind, u fli"it L
ilmm mm -r. . '
'': ' 1. V.... ..... .r 7.. .... . oV
liriliK iipvii 11 11 iNim:i 1 ui
i'i'i"i. . . ,,
I'Hinplili'tx ri'nt froi' to all.
Wiilc for Hii'm mid
L'ft fill imrucuiiirr,
I'rlrn. Wihm-UIc. $1 .Wiper puiknco. or x pnrk
hJk lor $ri.W- Will tin itmilby mull on rornlpt of
moiiiiT. Addn'm nil iirdcm, ....,.
7 ,1. it. SI.MPHON S MK1HCISK CO.,
No". Il)4 nnil 1 1 M Mnlu St.. Uulliiio, N, Y,
(iRAV'S HPFCIKIO MFJHC1NF,
TRADE MARK, Tim GrpulEnullHlnUAUK MARK
fnllliiK euro for
lii'ini'nv, nn im-
Spur in at orrhncn,
Iinpoti'Dcy, ami all
dlrfn-H'R t hut fol
low an s count!
iiuiiico of null
n r rti.1.:"""":' ,,B l
W-w CI"" ,' III,IUIPH . vWl
Unnlliidr'.pHlp 'u llm huck. dim-. f.nt iPaH
nn.-iil vlnloii, pri'iimiuro old ntro.ftuur
nOTOTH XHILllllimi.tlliu-v hi,lu...u.l
mid nimiy iitliiinlliti'iiron Hint hiHil to Innmiltyor
I'oiin'itiiptliin nnd n tireninluro irrBve.
Full parlinilum lu our piitnplilut, which wo du
nlro lo ni'iid I'ri'i' liy nmll lo every ono.' Thu npo
clHi! miidlclnii In nold hv all drii.'ilnln at per
it:kii'. nix for 1.1, or will l)i Mint fri liy mull on
receipt of llm inoiiHy ty HildroHnliiuTIlK (IHAY
MKDIllNK 00., No. 8 Much mile liloclt, Dutrolt
Mich. Hold In ('nlro liy llarclny Brim., Paul U
Hctiuh and Ono. K, O'llara.
rTfr"1fiifkirfimfMtii rr"-r"- in'7 ir- 'w
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