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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY IS, IHS1.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
KNTKKl.D AT THK HOT OFFICC IN CAIliO, IL'
I.INOIH. A8 8KCOND-CLA88 MATTER.
To Strtin Floors. To stroii? lyo ot
wnoil . aslii's mill enough coppor.os for
tho rcijuirt'd oak Hhndo; put this on with
ft mop, ami varnish afuu wanl.
Celery Fritters. Boll somo thick, but
tender, stalks of celery in salted water;
when done dry them on u cloth, cut
them in equal lengths about onn nnd a
half inches, dip them in butter, fry to
a pollen color, sprinkle lino salt over,
Chocolate. Pudding. Ono quart of
sweet milk, three ounces grated choco
late. Scald tho milk and chocolate to
gether; when cool, add thnyolks of live
eggs and one cup of sugar. Hake about
twenty-livo minutes, beat tho whites for
the top; brown in the ovon; cat cold.
Feather cake. Two cups of sugar
ami ono cup of butter, beat well to
gether; then beat in one egg at a time
until you have beaten in live; four cups
of Hour, into which are sifted two tea
spoons of cream tartar, one teaspoon
ful of soda dissolved in one-half cup of
Kgg Soup. Tho yolks of two eggs, a
pint of water, half an onncoorsoof
butter, and sugar to taste; beat up to
gether over a slow fire, adding tho wa
ter gradually. When it begins to boil,
pour backward and forward between
the jug and saucepan till quite smooth
To Kernove Grease. Grease may bo
rcnioveir from paper in tho following
manner: Warm gradually the parts
containing tho grease, ami extract as
much as possible of it by applying blot
ting paper. Apply to the warm paper
with a soft clear iirush, some clear, es
sential oil of turpentine that has been
boiled, and then eoiiiple'o tho operation
by rubbing over a little rectified spirits
Lptufled Beefsteak. Cut a thick slico
from tho round, in the shape as near an
oblong square as possible; rub over salt
ami pepper to taste; make a filling of
stalo bread nnd fat salt pork, or butler
if preferred; season with salt, pepper,
sage, etc., roll it up in tho steak, sew
the edges of the slice together, bako in
quick oven, basting often, Make a
dressing of the drippings, thicken with
flour and season.
Potted Chicken. This is an agree
nblo relish, and makes a pleasant lunch
eon when traveling. i'aku a roast
fowl and carve off all tho meat. Take
two slices of cold ham and chop it with
chicken; add to this one-quarter pound
of the best butter; add salt and pepper
to taste; now pound this altogether to
a paste; put tho mixturo in u jam pot;
cover closely. It will keep in a cool
place ten days, or long enough for any
Macaroni, Farmers' stylo. Boil half
a pound 01 macaroni, ami while you
aro draining it from tho cold water stir
together over tho lire ono ouuco each of
butter and Hour; as soon as they bubble,
gradually pour into the sauce they niako
a pint of boiling water, beating it with
a fork or egg whip until it is smooth;
season it with a level salt spoonful of
pepper, and put tho macaroni in it to
boat; then cut an onion in small shreds,
and brown it over tho liro in a very
little fat; when both aro done, dish tho
mocaroui and pour tho onion out of tho
frying pan upon it. It is excellent and
ten cents will cover tho cost of all of it.
Curing Bad Tempered Horse
A stable-boy told mo a year or so ago
that my horse had got to acting very
ugly when ho drove him out of tho carriage-house,
prancing, jumping, back
ing and cutting up generally. On taking
the reins myself next time he was har
nessed, I found this was, indeed, tho
case. I had some difficulty in getting
into tho street without knocking tho
carriage to pieces against the gate-posts,
and when we got there, there was quito
a circus exhibition before wo behaved
I took a night to mediato upon the
difficulty, for it seemed to me a pretty
serious one, as I had known many
horses to fall into a vicious habit of that
kind and never get out of it. Tho next
day when ho was put to the carriage 1
carried out an apple and gavo iiim,
and whilo he was enjoying it got into
tho buggy nnd took up tho lines, and
walked out of the barn as quietly as a
kitten. For more than six years after
ward he never showed tho slightest re
turn of his rebellious behavior, think
ing, no doubt, everytime ho was har
nessed, of tho delicious apple, though
the luxury of bribery had not been once
repeated. But, a few weeks ngo, tho
lnd who takes care of him told me that
Iiohtail (so called because his tail
sweeps the ground) was getting into
Jils tantrums again; I told Phil to give
him a potato tho next time ho took him
out, apples being out of tho market.
This worked an equally sudden cure,
which lasts until the present writing.
"Now I deem, as General Jackson
used to say, that this treatment wiJl euro
balkiness also, as well as any other bad
habit of a horse that grows out of vex
ation of mind. The mental constitu
tion of this animal, nnd his moral con
stitution, too, aro too much like that of
a child. Now you can never beat au
ger out of the bosom of your children,
but rather does every blow make it hot
ter; neither can you argue it out, nor
trick it out; hut a stick of candy will
the ?M,er Mu'Renee to which
To Test The Purity 0f Air
The following is a siinpio method to
deternuno tho purity of uir In a room!
Fill a half-pint vial with pure ralu-watcr
nnd then empty it in the room wheri
the air is to bo tested tho air of coursu
Sln into the vial. Then pour into
e vial a tablcspoonful of llme-wnter,
and shake it thoroughly. If tho water
remains clear, the air is good; but if it
becomes more or less milky, it shows
the preseuco of too much carbonic acid,
which combining with tho limo forms
tho white Insoluble carbonate of lime.
If there is a little more of this gas than
right parts In ten thousand, the lime
waur will bo slightly milky; if much
more it will bo strongly turbid.
The Ory for Rest
Sound sleep gives us tho only rest
we need and must have. It is a genu
ine cure-all. It will buildup and make
strong a weak body. Tho fact Is, that
as lite becomes concentrated, and its
pursuits more eager, short sleep and
early rising become impossible. We
take more sleep than our ancestors, and
we take more because wo want more.
The faculty of being able to sleep at
any time or place amounts to a positive
talent, and is well worth cultivating.
An engineer has been known to fall
tudeep within a boiler, while his fellows
were boating on tho outside with thoir
ponderous hammers; and tho repose of
a miller is not incommoded by tho
noiso of his mill. Men have been
known to fall aslvep amid tho thunders
of a battle. Somo of the great generals
whoso names are familiar to us, liavo
had a wouderful power of sleeping, for
a few moments, even on tho battle-field.
Tho Duke of Wellington.just before the
attack on St. Sebastian, in Spain, found
that the breaching batteries would not
be ready to open the attack for two
hours. "The best thing we can do,"
ho said, "is to sleep," and slipping off
his horse into a trench, he was uslcen
in an instant. Napoleon, at the very
crisis of tho Important battle of Wnir-
ram, ordered up his reserve, which ho
never 'did except in great emergencies.
Confident that the movement would be
carried out, ana would insure the vie
tory, ho ordered his bear-skin to bo
spread on tho ground and in a moment
ho was in a deep sleep, which lasted for
about twenty minutes, when he awoke
greatly refreshed. A good sleeper is
generally an efllcient person. Many
whoso nervous systems have becomo
deranged, die simply from inability to
sleep. In order to enjoy refreshing
sleep, it is necessnry that the blood bo
not concentrated in the head, but bo
diffused equally through all parts of tho
body. This is probably the reason why
a warm bath just before going to bed is
so conducive to a good night s repose.
Tho mind should be perfectly calm and
quiet, as excitement is sleep's death
blow. Japan has 4,377 post offices, and tho
nggregatc length of its mail routes in
operation is 42,291 miles. Tho money
order system is employed to tho publio
It is related of a certain minister who
was noted for his long sermons with
many divisions, that one day. as he was
advancing among his teens, he reached
at length a resting place in his dis
course, when, pausing to take breath,
bo asked the question: .'.'And what shall
I ask more?" A voice from tho con
gregation earnestly responded, "Say
James Rcdpatn the lecturer, says that
Capt. Boycott was one of tho most
brutal and foul-mouthed agents in
Western Ireland. Ho compelled his
tenants to stand bare-headed when ho
passed, and never addressed a poor man
without an oath. Redpath agrees with
Boycott that Ireland needs emigration,
but says it should be emigration of
Tobacco has becomo an important
.1.. . m a. . -. .
prouuel oi Wisconsin, l ormer v nn
inferior quality was planted and sold to
a small extent as low as two to six cents
a pound; but now that a liner grado
known ns "Wisconsin Havana" has
been substituted it has sprung into fa
vor, and the doinand for it at twelve to
fourteen cents a pound is rapidly in
creasing. Mr. Emerson is said bv the Boston
correspondent of tho Providence Press
to have not exactly approved Walt
Whitman's action in printing in a sec
ond work the Concord sago's praise of
"Leaves of Grass." The correspon
dent adds: "When Whitman was told
of this disrelish, ho made this noblo ro-
mark: 'I used it because I thought it
was the chart of an Kmpcror.1 "
walker Lake, in Nevada, is about
twenty-nine miles long and fuurteen
miles wide in one place and is 1,000 feet
deep. The water is strongly impregnat
ed with soda,' and yet tho lako at tho
northern end contains trout in abun
dance. "At the other end of the lako."
as one of the residents remarked, "you
might fish till your hair on your chin
was a milo long, and you'd never cet a
bite.". - h
A significant but melancholy com
ment upon the value of the work actu
ally accomplished by the mnch-vauuted
Boston schools is found in the fact that
a prominent lawyer who wished a copy,
ist recently was forced to reject a large
number of applicants who had gradu
ated from tho High School for the sim
ple reason that not one of them could
spell common words even tolerably.
Thomas Sims, who, when a slave, cs.
caped from Savannah to Boston, nnd
whose caso as a fugitivo slave created
great excitement in the latter city thir
ty years ago. was afterward sold in Mis
sissippi. Ten years afterward ho es
caped with his wife in a dugout ennoo,
and sought Grant's army at Vicksburrr.
He was given a place in the Attnni..u.
General's olllce in Washington by
J udge IJovens, and is still there.
The natives of Torra del Fuego aro
one of the most degraded among tho
races of mankind. How could they bo
othcrwlso? "Thoir country," says Br.
Darwin, "is a broken massbf wild rock,
lofty hills and usoless forests: nnd theso
are viowod through mists and endless
storms. The habltablo land is roduend
to tho stones of the beach. In
of food thoy are compallod to wander
unceasingly from spot to spot; and so
Is the coast that thev can onlv mnvn
about in their wretched canoes." Thoy
aro habitual cannibals, killing nnd oat-
nig inoir oia women teioro they kill
thoir dogs, for the sufficient reason, as
explained by themselves, "Doggies
catch others; old womon, no."
When York, Ta., was Invaded by the
Confederates in 1RC3, General Early,
who i commanded, loviod a contribution
of ? 00,000 upon the city. As uonrly
nu tho ready cash had boon removed
oeiore bo arrived, ha An lu npsif fcm rtf
8o conUdent was Early in the success of
. . Wtynto which ho was engagod
bonds were MWpS'Wl"!
.a,"ljy Dr ? A luarkarlv .U i h S
mu uouus arid i.ni i... . .
amount, Ibis would cortaluly bo a
novel suit a u Wld rttUo J , J
Druggist Heard From.
"We know tho value of mult, hops, cull
siiyaiiud iron composing '.unit Bitters."
"Our lady customers highly praise them.'
"Physicians prescribe fliem in this town
"The largest bottle and best medicine
"Best blood purifier on our shelves."
"Our best people take Malt Hitters.'
"Sure cure for chills ami liver diseases.
Hope On, Hope Ever,
No matter what the ailment may be, rheu
nmtisin, neuralgis, lameness, asthma, bron
chits it other treatments have failed
hope on ! go at once for Thomas' Eclectric
Oil. It will secure you immediate relief
Paul O. Scliuli, agent.
K have just received some copies of
Sunday school library hooks, published by
imvi.i u. look, ot i lucago, tor o cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness
Schools may now have a library of 100
copies for five dollars. Mr. Cook wiil send
full catalogue free.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob H. Bloomer, Virgil le, N. Y., writes
"Iiiomas Lci,E(TUic Oil cured a badly
swollen neck and sore throat in forty-eight
nours. fliy wile was also cured ot a lame
foot in twenty-four hours. Paul G. Schuh
A iter all, a gentle purgative is the best
means of curing headache, liver complaint,
biliousness, &c. Use "Sellers' Liver Pills."
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time witen the community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices am
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
ami pure. So conscious arc the proprie
tors of Dr. lungs New Discovery lor the
lousumpiion oi ine worm oi tneir reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy jkis-
sessiiieremarKaulccurativc powers claimed
Or. Kings -Sew Discovery tor the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
cliitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of the throat or lungs. As you value your
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on Geo. E. O'llara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,-? 1.00.(1)
Baby is Dead.
"Baby is dead!" Three little words
passing along the line, copied some
where and soon forgotten. But after
nil was quiet again I leaned my head
upon my hand and fell into a deep
reverie of all that those words may
Somewhere a dainty form, still and
cold, unclasped my mother's arms to
night Eyes that yesterday were bright
and blue as skies of June dropped to
night beneath white lids that no voice
can ever raiso again.
Two soft hands, whoso rose loaf fin.
gers were wont to wander lovingly
around mother's neck and face, loosely
holding white buds, quietly folded in
Soft lips, yesterday rippling with
laughter, sweet as woodland brook falls,
gay as trill of forest bird, to-night un
responsive to kiss or cull of love.
A silent homo tho patter of baby
feet forever hushed a cradle bed un
pressed. Little shoes half-worn dainty
garments shoulder knots of blue to
match thoso eyes of yesterday, folded
with aching heart away.
A tiny mound, Snow-covered in somo
A mother's groping touch in uneasy
slumber, for tho fair head that shall
never rest upon her bosom. Tho low
sob, tho bitter tear, ns broken dreams
nwnko to sad reality. The hopes of fu
ture years wrecked, liko fair ships that
suddenly go down in sight of land.
Tho watching of other babies, dim
pled, laughing, strong, and this one
gono! Tho present agony of grief, the
future emptiness of henrt, all held in
thoso threo little words, "Baby is
Indeed, it is well that wo can copy
nnd soon forget tho words so freighted
with woo to those who rc ceivo anif send
them. And yet it cannot harm us now
and then to givo a tender thought to
thoso whom our careless pen stroke is
preparing such u weight of grief. Jet
t graph O per at or.
MofNTi:i) varnished, nml paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at Tun IIillktin office.
.Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Large .Stock. Fresh Goods
Just Kiwi veil. Prices Lower
than over. 15AIICLAYIJI10S.
M .2 w
Oiilflt Kent free lolho'ii who wlnh to en
(ntfe in the nwmt pieannnt and prolllable
tvervt ll luir now
reuulred. a will furnish
ylhinil. sin a day mid iinwarda n vol
i.mnUv matin without atuvlntr iu tntnt
homn over nlKlit, No rlk whilevor. Many' new
work'Tn wanted at ouce. Many aru niaklnir fort
unes a tho hu.lncM. Ladles mnku a" much aa
mini, .nd votiiitr boy i and irlrla mnau (treat pay. No
una who la willing to work fall, to make moru
inoin-y every day than can ho made In week At any
other employment. Thorn who enita at onea
iVi'. ,n.,.Ji S""n !,m 1,1 '"f"""o Addreaa II.
II A 1,1, K IT St CO., Portland Maine.
wuk In your own town, 5 oulflt freo. No
.-.. nvauer, it you watil himliiuaa at
which iiitpanii. fir.aii.... .... ... ......... ........
THE GREAT rfPt
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and tars, and all other Pains
No rropnmtlnn on wirth equals St. JXrom On as
a Mifr,turr, (. htki rhrtii bMeninl Ki luv.ly,
A trial I'litulli but the cirt7iiiirmivcly trilliiit oulluy
of so IV n It. nml every iiu f ufli'riiiir with pain
tnn iinve inwip arm xuivt; jinxii oi lis ciauua.
Mrwtloni in Eleven l-anfrmifre.
80LD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN
A. VOGHLER & CO
OIL, sold hy BARCLAY
CLAD! YOUR MONEY.
A (iulieral Oilier of tlx- I.lf.. I'nllrv HnliVr fi.l
liTti -n Aiti-nry of thf t'liilcd htuti'B.for Ilio StMe
of I Dmcti (. WitcotiKiii. Minni Hova and luwa line
been otahlinhcd in llio citv of t hleas; i. Tlirre 1h
a t'ah value iu all Life luVuiauecl'olii-Va, whether
injiBori or In force. For tarthxr Information re
pectli)(t the fame. Ht(.ly Local Apetit, If there
iff OiitS ill vnnr T)fir, nOmru-iMW hi l..tf..r t.i
l HAKLfcS (i, (H1K 4 CO.. (ieneial AjjcuU,
-.i roniBiiu mock, i uU'al'o, juidoik.
S. 11 To Insure attention to vonr letter lnclone
llcetit in PofU'o and we will g.vc it onr time and
ParUes defironi" of olitainlric Local Awnrlea
pieaoe aaarers ua at oueo ami incloms mrtu
TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT
Mav properly be call.'d tlie 'I!errn!." of m..ll.
cine, for it cleanoen Nutiiru'a immi nuMec. and
kIIuwh I lie rcniornitlve potter of thevtein todo
the work of restoration to health. No medicine
mree; Nutur alone curcH. tiix Aperient open"
the proper iiveiine-, the I ! net ion - ure perinitteil to
resume their wo k. and the paileut iren well.
SOLLi IiV ALL IiItL'tiGlST.
VollII" Arll U'Brn Telecmrliv! Knrn $(i
IVIIUJH.1I tn ,,, monUl. (;.H,,1(ltl.H
L'Uiiritnteed lylnir iftia. Atldrc Vulenilut
liroH., Janeeville, W'la.
rtler. pi pit
HOWELL A Co.
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A larie liuliilsoiee ortnu volume. MS mi;e. pro
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and now In It- (cvetiteenth eilltlon. 'I'iib only
Book op it kinii. Sure "uccchh to cverv Au'ent
whotaken it hold only by aubscriptloii.
Tlioac wislilni; to become Ak'-'iih, addre for
"ieripnve ririuiarn nnd extra term a.
y . t A KI.ISTON Si CO., I'Uhllnher-, N.Y.t'lty
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement!
uuoiu iier; nir meu;cai or otner compound, trade1
marka and label. Caventx, Asslt'iimeutH. Inter
ferencea, Appeal, Still for Infringement, and
an cae ansinu under me riitent Law, prompt
it aiiennen 10. invention linn nave lieen
If V 1 Wr'TlIi ly the Patent Olllce may llll.
11IJ ljJl Uit I., ,II(JHt . r.aa. be tiuletiteil liv
IlultiK opposite the V. H. I'alent
make closer earc.he, and ecuru Patent more
uo ennadeci in rawni utiine exe.linvely. we can
promptly, ann wit n iiroauer claim, than thoo who
are reinoie irum asiillltfion.
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111 J ill J iiio y0r device; wo make cx
amlnatlou and advise a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence trlctly conndential.
Price low, and no charge unles l'atent I eciirud.
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uenorai u, m. rvey, uev, r. u. rower Tho tiennan
American National Kiink. to ollli-lal in the it H.
Patent Ofllce, and to Senator and Representative
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Lata CommlHtioner of Patent,
PATEN T S
TAINE, GIlAn'ON Jb LADD,
AttornoTi at Law nd Solicitor of A njcrlcaa and
Koreln Patent i".
412 FIFTH STHKKX,
WASHINGTON, I). 0.
Pnotle patent law In all II branches In the
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Court of the United Slate. I'liinphlut unt free
on receipt of Mump fur pontile.
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mprovomeiits anl Conveniences found in
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ami liy A. IIALLKY, Cairo. 111.
HAKE It Y.
f;ouirr iiousk mkkuy.
JOHN liKKS, IToiirifior
ADOLl'II nml ADAM UEES, Miuui-'trs.
linkers of tnnl ilenlers in nil kinds of
Ulead, CalicH, Pies, Ktc.
HUSTON ISKOW.N liliKAP A SPKCIAI.TV
Ilakery on Twentii'th net. ont osite Court
A I contempliite takiliL' a trln to turoue and
have given niv hiisiuep in charge of my hotis. 1
wouiii respetirn;ly nsk all persons holding claim
iiiiim me In iiresenl them for adiuatliient lnnne
(Hate v. No Hills u ill he nanl after Mnv lMh.
WT. LOUIS, I. M. t SO. ItY
IKON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TIIAINU LBAVK t'AIHO,
Arkana andTcxn Kxpre 11:15 a.m. iJai!)-
AKKIVE AT C AIKO,
tipre 2:Nia m. Dally
neeoniniooHiion 3::i p in. uuiiy
iiiaci uinct. o. uinio i.eve'.
II II. .MILHL'KS. Atfent.
LLINOLS CKNTIIAL Ii. II.
IT . A i
TJ I K
.Shoilcst and Quickest Koute
St. Louis and Chieairo.
The Only I.ino JJiumin
iUAMKd JJIRKCT LONNKf'TIOX
1 1 y.
Thains Leave Caiiio:
.'1:15 ti in. Mail,
Arrlvlnc In St. I.niil 9:1!i a.m.: I hleaL-o.:! n.m.
C'oniietlliiu' at Odin and Kllliiuham for Cincin
nati, i.uuiviiie, linliuiiiipoli and point Kant
XX. IU ll.IIJ. r-.l. IHIlllH IIIICl N CHllM'll
, , .1.. .. j. . ....
ArnvliiL' in hi. i.oiii 7:U,ri p. m., and connectlni!
mr a:i pot in a w est.
p.m. Kant Kxpi-ckh.
for St Loiii and i'liieni:o, arriving at St. I.oul
tu:ni p.m., ami t lilcai;o 7:1 am
1 ) p in. ( 'iiiriim.-ul I Ixiu-ohm.
Arriving at t'liicliinnll 7:Kl a.m.; l,otiivlllo 7:il
a m. j iiiiiiiinnpoii 4:11 a.m. Tassenirer liv
tin train reach the alioe points ly to Jl)
iiul in advance in any other route.
tfrThi'i.'X) p. 111. expre ha PULLMAN
M.r.KPIMi C'A It Cairo to t.'nicliinatl, without
i:himi;e, and through aleepei 10 rit. i.oiil and
Kust Tinuj I'.asL.
l,'lPll(l'ilv "lil Kllif"'llfll i'-t.
m .....i..., ."ern poiniH wunniu any ilelav
caiied hy Hunday Interveiilni;. The Haliirdnv after.
110011 train from Cairo arrive III new York .Monday
miirniiiK at i":iij. rniriy toi imiir 111 advance ol
any other route,
fT-l'iir throtii;h llrket anil further liiforiiiiitloii,
appiy ai Illinois rinnii iiuiiroHfi I'epni, i 'mro,
JArj. JOIINSdN, J. II. JO.NKS.
(len. Konlhern Aient. Ticket Atfent,
m, 11. ni.3u., wen. rasi, AKelil, t;hicai;u.
Office orcriv Cikiik, Caiiio, Im, ,mv n,, W
-neii enprnposaia wiii he received at thl olllce
.in in vui.,. ,.i iiii.inao ineciiyroiiiicii 'I'iichi ay.
Mnyl.orluriilslilnilhe city with two thousand
. u..i., n. .iwM ii kiiiiii., io nu nellvered on
Levee alreet near fool of Wtflith mm ,, , J
In ho of iich l.u it to pi,. thrnuiih a rliitj tli d.
ameterol whlehwlli 2' i lln h.-1 also nro .... I-
for fiiriiM,li, live lliousund chic yard f Z , ,
tu he delivered on alreelnor levee; mldgiavello 1
ennui liKiiiiilltvloih.ii deiiu i'.... J .r-' '?
III Ihll venr I4UI in,, I ..l.i.. .. . ' . ,fL '
i...u wi, i-,ixiii ireeL
. ,i .... .''''...nu''J''1 1' approval of coin-
1)'..I. i'OLI'.V.OItv Clerk.
ourselves liv nnikliiu mull'
y When a I'oldeii chalice It
tillered, therohy slwayt
keepliiK poverty from your
ilniir. Thou who always
, , Hike nil vh n I ii i;e of the (jnoii
Chance for miiklnit money tluit are ollered, Konernl.
ly hecome weiillhv. uhlln ilio.n ui... .i not im
prove uch chance remain In noveriv. Wo want
niany men, women, hoy nml i-lrl to ilo work for n
Nuhl. In their own locallllc, Thu liiialncs will
my more than ten tune ordinary wae. we
iirnlah an cxnunteiialve ihiIIIl nnd all thai yon
heed free, No one who villages fall to Utaku
money rapidly. You can devote your whole tlinu
to thu work, or only your tparu tiiotiient. Full
Itiformatlun and nil tfmt i needed sent free. Ad
dieaa bTlNHON Si CO., Portland, ilaluc,
THE MILD POWER
Huiunlireya1 HoiuRoputliio Hpecilics
Proved from ample i t peril nee an entire I
iieeeHs. MintUe, ITunipl, l.lllelenl, anil
llelllllile, Hie) me I ho Ulil) llleaiulliv.
ndiipleil to popular u-e.
LIST I'lllNell'tl. KOH. (I III"". rICI.
I. Ki'tera, roni!et,lloii. Iiillanimiitlniiii, ;X
li. linn, Worm I ever W oi in folic. .!
3. Cry iliu Colic, or lei Ihlnuof Infnlil.,
4. Illiirrheii ef ( InMreii or Ailnlls. ..;.',
It. Iltaenierv, Hnpini'. Iillliui. i ulle, .:'!
a, liiilerii liirbn. VoiiiIiiiik, .
?. CuiialiD, old, UroiiehllU,
K ,eiirnlt!ia, 'liMilliuehe, l aeeaehe, .as
. Ileadiieliea, Slek lleieluehes. Vertigo,'."!
10. llyHiieiiala, l llloui. Kton ll, -
li'i, Mii,re.eU or I'nliifn I'er Inila.
I li. llllea, loo liroliiMi l erloils.
X I 'rmiii CoiikIi,
H. Null f I lieum. Knalia-laa. Kruiillmi. .!'
I II 11 It I imelllt Hri.HthlnLr.
Pi. Keier 11111I iii., hll. l-ever. Aiiuei
i;neiiiiiiiiie j iiiiih,
11. i-uea, niiiul or lileeilliiit, ..Ml
ID. rnliirrli, uento orehroi.le; liilliien.u, Ml
'Si. lioiiiiliia Conn!,, violent cnneliH, .Hi
-!! rwl O.-l.iHtv. I'liya i We,ikiieh. ,ri
.'1, lililuey lllaenax ft,
VrtoiK llel.llliv, Rpernmtorrhea. liln
II. I rllllir V el,lie,Hettliiu lliu lied ,Ui
fi lliaenan ol die Henri, I'alpiTiiilon, 1 n,
l-or Hiile n.v dniKKlsta.oraeiii ,y t,u , .
or single ml, free of chmy,., ,,, r,.,.,.,l( j
orlee. hen, I for lr. Iliiiniiliri-v a' Hook nu
III. eaae. ilr., (I ll Pane. I, ulu lllu. (ruled
ulnlouiie, r II KK.
Adilreaa, lliiinphrev' llmiieiipallile
.Med. ( o.. lutl tulluu Bl .jW aurk.
JIUMI'IIKV.S IIOMKOI'ATHIC MKDI.
ITNKS, boM liy ISA IiCLA V JSIIO.S.
It, S. Silsbso's SzternalPSloEcaed
Civei !:il:mt relief and la an In fallihla
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fol I hyDnnrirK.everywhere. l'rlr e,l fujp. rle.x
firryeri I by limit, hampl'-t utjfir. to I'll) ,c'.uim
nd III tntler' ra,tiy 1' NenataeUer& fo. Hot Jill,
fccw AurkCity. bululUuuUjiuitureraul"anuAciifc''
GIAN COD-UVEB OIL
I a-'rf.'tlT p'
.1 luel t ,,i
w ill l Vi :
Proiinniie.-I in hex ,t Ihc hieh
ril,.- in lie- wr.il.l I,,,'. .. b,.'ii,.t
i . I.ij," i . '(. IfM'tri. 7,
W 11 SCIlILITtLlH to H 1
MOLLi;iiS (OI)LlVi;i! oir
i:.l;('LAV I JiOTIIKHS.
J ;rvi.u4 ittt uii.
BtM L'B. KLINE S'iHlKT
r"T all 1tai Nimi lihii,Li. o,.7ic.
I Im.i li itLK If t uen hi ilin 1-tfd. Ha fiti ai. r
nlillM". IreaOin- arsl f i lrll L"rttietr U
.ll'.li.i. if.i l :n i.i KI.IS'K.v I
k A n u i L I'h.i vli ipLU 1 'a. ier i.ri m tinl di HV'i'x
m.dl.-lnf. AH.Ajr-8SO!.rni.K MKm.
t.IRI JHjlolbS. 1'aunU'd Oetolr K , ;u
b. I will core any ca-c In fonr it.ivn. or lev.
No. i will cire the in l ulitjijtu e.e, no mtu-r
4n now Uitltt .U'ldlritf.
Nonauusoui dun of eThtHi,efpiia or nil of
toad ilwood, that are renain 1 1 proiiQp iyaprp,a
tl it. .iroynirf me fotnit. of t!,e .(..n,,,!,. n,j
yrtn'i-aor trlnitrnt lujw tlou Ui pr iuce oUier
I'm c 1 JO. r-u! ll ItT ALL Mlt'CrOI.sTS, Of
Bailtd receipt of price.
For f her partienlara end fnr circular.
P. (1. 11. X143J. J C. ALLAN III.. 14 wuknBln-wL
WolTr 3U reward fir any cf ; thiy wlU not
W'-lct, lilc ii-i $oti. core.
ALLAN'S MKWCATKI) IiOl'OlLS
S..U) bv I5AI1CLAV lillOS.
CANCER INSTITUTE,..1; "'v'Tlf
."KrieiiLtlo tp allneiila ami
JE uiitnt'iinu pr n e, atanila
vtil reiiiinently u nri 1L
Z. and is aek nnwle dire it
untlionly on f 'uueer and
. It- kiinln-I. lheuaiti'X.
1 iraoruiiiary runa l y log
c ari at thmutl 1'nntrr
i Atiii'l'ttit are reeordtd.
n a a Ao ki.ifr, r.iii.Or,, Imt t.f
n n. 1 1. .. i . j i . .. . .
; i niuin d in cmovlmr Uio
iJlnni-t rf l'.,ir.-ra or
k Tnin( ra. por art leiilar.
v4t0,a",nd f"r fn-o treatl it
1-Jaieall on Mi. KMNK, V I
AkriT Areh h.L.1 luladelihia.i'a.
31tKAr-iONH AVJIY X11K
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AltK TIIi: III1ST.
Decausa they ore tho LIUIITEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Opticians anJ
Jewelers. Made hy SPENCER OITICAL CO.. N.Y.
VA XTK M I "An '"'"'iiii-'eiii vuniii.' itmi in
" iwi i lil'ievi iyciiiiiilrytini!, to take It
permanent local ai'i ncv for the nile of onr t...,
colleea, etc. .In pai ki;es. to coiialiineiH. Tina agen
cy require no peddling and Inil a moderate amount
of aollelllnif. mill If properly iiiuiiiil-ciI wl.i i,.v
Irom .-m to JI.ixi per er. Purlieu !nr Tree
Pkoi-i.I! Tka id., P. O, llox .'ma;, m, i.oni. Mo.
To NlTVilllsSuirererii-'llie (.feat Kiii-iitienn
imIv Iir, !, H. SiiiiPnoii'uSi in,. m,.,ii,.i
Ir. J II. Slllllmoii'a Kn.w lll,. VI...II,!.... i .. .
I, .i..,,,, i,-iiM oil- o. n llo.
live cure for rlierinnlorr ,. ii In,,,..,...,..., tr....i.
und all il ear renltlnK f nun rJelf AI.UMi. a Ner.
yoim lielillliv.lrrltHldllly, M. hIhI Anxleiv, LaiiL-tior,
LilKHltude, llcprcsclon olSnlrllsanil liii'iclloin.
raiiireineiit ,i the Ncrvnii hystem petierally Pain
111 till' !( Or Hide. I.oaa of M,.,,,r,. l'r,.,l,,... ,il.
thai lead to Con
t.'e nun uienae
ail in pi ion liiHiuil
ly 'mil an early
trrnve, it lioih.
No lllllller how
Hhallered t h e
ylem may he
from exceace nf
nny kind, a Hunt
eouro oi nu iiieiiieinti will resiore li,e lent une
nun ami iirociire neaiin aim iiiippiiiess, where lie-
lore wan iiespouiiencr linn (.'loom. The Npeclllc
Meillcinu I heliiu ticed Willi wonilrrful iic.-
PainphlelK elit free to all. Wrilufor them and
i;et full iiarllcnlar,
I-rlce, hpecinc,. ffi.'iiper pm kiieiMir fix pack.
ac lur jr..i'. w I lie aetit liy mall u receipt ol
money. Andre nil order,
i. II. s.iirMI,'H MKDK INK CO,,
No, list ml liaj Main 8t.. llullnlo, N. V,
Oillllt litriilxhed Iree, with full In.
alrticllon lor coiidiiilliix the inost
prolltiihln hualne Hint uny l)UU cu
eiiL'nite In. The hultiea la ...
tn learn, ami our Instruction am
riini'ie nun pntiii, i nut any ,l0 ra
make irrent profil from the nturt. No ono can fail
mi.m wiiiiiiK io w'rK, omen sro a iic.celul
a men. liny mid Klrl can earn lare iitnii.
Many havu made at I lie main.. t...
dollar In a ni!l week. Noll, iu kii , u, r
known iMilor... All who Uiim, uru ;llr,,rid nl U,
eae and rnpldlly will, which they aro alilo tn m lliu
money, i on can miKHuii In tin liuliie dm ,nir
your pnru line at ureal pnult, Voudo licit luivo (,,
inveat caplla I In It. Weti.kn sll tin. rlak. TlioJu
All fiirnlahed fruu. Addreaa fill in rn
''"Hn i i-Hi'iTMi'-f ' ' in it r 1 1 m
P , ML- "to ..f.' .i l.l,ul.
Xtomf tr I..,., Imu iw. if j
Kuta, Jlalnu. .