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CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNINtr, DECEMBER 1, 1881.
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'K. A.rtnrnett Cairo Illlnol "
. Tiiftt bucking couli can bo bo quickly
"cur.i'1 hy Sliiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
1'iuii O. Schuh, Agent. 1
Fkvkks and' Interniittents of all kinils
nre sp'f;lily relieved ami entirely cured ly
usiiiL' Wright's Indian Vegetablu Tills. (5)
Sknd for circular ot new style of Hopper
Scitle with Leveling attachment. Horden,
Hellrck Si Co., St. Louis. (2)
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating rain of cutting
teeth ? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little -tmHcrer immediately
depend upon it; there is uo mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, aud relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in nil cases, and
jileasant to the taste, aud is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
fciold cverevwiiere. 2j centB a bottle.
Will you sukfkh with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Suiloh's Vitamer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul (. Schuh,
used to say: "Boys, if jour blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down in
kettles, making a nasty smelling decoc
tion ; now you get all the curative properties
put up in a palatable form in Burdock
Trice f 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul O.
Geo. Meiikditit, Jersey City, writes:
"The SrniKo Blossom you sent mo has had
the happiest effect on my daughter; her
headache and depression of spirits has van
ished. She is again able to go to school,
and is as lively as a cricket. I shall cert
ainly recommend it to all my friends.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
0. Schuh, Agent.
No Mailer What Hajipens.
You may rest assured that you are safe
in being speedily cured by Thomas' Ec-
1. ECTiuc On. in all cases of rheumatism,
neuralgia, toothache, etc. One trial only
is necessary to prove its efficacy. Paul O.
Sllki'I.kss nights made miserable by
that terrible cough. Suiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Titul (5. Schuh, Agent, i!
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, :Jl!i First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Kkkp your family well supplied with
Seller's Cough Syrup. Use it in time; you
will avert bronchial and pulmonary affec
tions. 25 cents.
"A lady bud the tlesh eaten off her arm
by scrofula. Could see the sinews work
ing, Lindsey's Blood Searcher cured her."
J. Italston, Elderton, Pa.
Nkakly all the ills that afflict mankind
can be prevented and cured by keeping the
stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect work
ing order. There is no medicine known
that will do this as quickly and surely,
without interfering with your duties as
Parker's Ginger Tonic. See advertisement.
Catahhu cuukd, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Prico
23 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul O.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are mequalnd. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Dn. Kunk's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases
All fiU (topped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Foil lama back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Trice 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
Thkhe is a general complaint among
druggists that they cannot get enough of
"Dr. Sykes' Sure Cure for Catarrh"1 to sup.
ply thai demand. If thus disappointed
write to the doctor, 100 Madison st., Chi
cago. Wehe Fellow's Compound Syrup of
Uypophsophitet useless in til other diseases,
the benefit which it undoubtedly yields in
consumption wjpld vindicate its claim to
(he attention of every medical practitioner.
Snn.ou'8 Cocoa and Consumption Curo
in old by us on a guarantee. It cures con
.gumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. fl
A Perilous Position.
Those who woik umong tho oil wells
are often exposed to dangers. Ono of
these oilmen, whoso hair turned whito
during n night of tenor, related his ex
perience to a correspondent of the Phil
adelphia Times. Ho said there had
been a storm ono night at about mid
night, mid as usual with tho nil-country
residents, ho nroso and looked from tho
window to see if any tanks had been
struck by lightning-. A blight glaro in
the sky convinced nim that a large tank
of oil was on lire a few miles distant,
and ho went back to sleep, determined
to go to the lire at noon and see tho
You know that when a tweutv-livo
thousand barrel iron tank of oil has
been on lire for twelve or fonrtein hours
the burning oil will boil up and flow
over the sides just like a kettle of soap.
At two o'clock the first grand over
flow occurred. As I stood on tho hill
Hide. I heard a man shout, "She's com
ing," and saw pipe-line men tunning
awav from the tank for their lives.
I heard a rumbling sound inside tho
tank and didn't know what it, meant,
but a few seconds after I saw fully live
hundred barrels of burning oil shoot up
from the tank and boil over the sides.
It was grand beyond description, am!
I stooil and watched it in silence. Tho
burning oil floated down a creek for n,
mile, burning a saw-mill, numerous nil
wells and tanks, buildings, and every
thing within roach of its devastating
Win n the How had partly subsided,
it was found that a second twenty-live-thousaud
barrel iron tank had been set
on lire by the overflow of burning oil.
I ventured down behind the burning
tanks to get a better view of the lower
While trying to avoid a pool of burn
ing oil. I fell into a mud holu, or sort
of quicksand, and stuck fast. My ut
most endeavors wore of no avail in ox
tricaling myself from the hole. I yelled
at the top of my voice, but so great was
the roar "of the burning tanks that my
voieo sounded weak ami tar away.
I struggled until exhausted, and then
lay back and rested. How beautiful
the great pillar of black seemed in the
clear blue sky.
Great billows of smoke would go
surging upwards hundreds of feet, and
float away intospaoe, thoir sombre hints
turned to snowy whiteness.
I thought the boys wotikl miss me
nml search for mo. Suddenly I heard
the sound of a cannon, and saw a col
umn of smoke and flanio shoot up from
one of the tanks.
The truth came upon me like a bolt
of lightning, and I was almost stricken
senseless by the thought. The United
Pipe Line men were bring cannon-balls
through tho first tank to draw off the
oil and prevent a second overflow.
Whal a conviction came upon ine I
It was a matter of seconds. I tried to
shout, but the words would not come.
With the strength of despair I strug
gled to get free. The quicksand held
mo wiih the grip of death.
All at once I saw a little stream of
burning oil running slowly down to
ward me. My time had come, I thought,
and I must be burned to death by inch
es. The earth was dear to me then
dearer thau ever before and 1 turned
fo get a look at tho sunlight and the
bright world once more.
The si mini of burning oil, now grown
larger, was almost upon nie. The
earth and all things earthly faded
awav. find all was dark.
When I came back to cotaicionsnestj,
I was lying in my own room with my
friends around me. The boys said that
in following the supposed course of the
overflowed oil they came upon me and
rescued me jus! as the burning stream
was about to dash upon w, I was
sick a long while, ami when I got well
I found my hair as while as you see it
Garfield to His Classmates.
The brief speech addressed by Gen
eral Garfield to his college classmates
on the eve of his inauguration tab's
upon itself, under tho shadow of this
day, something sad and almost, fateful
in tone. It is only just to the class
mates of the dead President to say that
no account of their meetings was ever
made public until long after the crime
of July 2. Tho meeting was held at
Wonnley's on March U, and the Presi
dent made this address to his friends
"Classmatks : To mo there is some
thing exceedingly pathetic in this re
union. In every eye before me I see
tho light of friendship and love, and I
am sure it is reflected back lo eac h of
you in my inmost heart. For twenty
two years, with the exception of tho
last few days, I have been in the public
service. To-night I am a private citi
zen. To-morrow I shall be culled lo
assume new responsibilities, and on the
day after, tho broadside of tho world's
wrath will strike. It will striko hard.
I know it. and you will know it. What
ever may happen to me in the future, I
shall feel that I can always fall back
upon the shoulders and hearts of the
class of 1 856 for their approval of that,
which Is right, and for their charitable
Judgment wherein I may come short in
thedischargo of my public duties. You
may write down in your books now the
the largest percentage of blunders
which you may think I will bo likely U
make and you will be suro lo find in
the end that I have made more than you
have calculated many more.
"This honor conies to mo unsought,
I have never had tho Presidential fever
not even for a day; nor havo I it to
night. I have no feeling of elation iu
view of the position I am called upon
to fill. I would thank God vvero I to
day a free lauce in the Houso or tho
Senate. But it Is not to be, and I will
go forward to meet the responsibilities
and discharge the duties that aro bo
foro with all the lirmness aud ability I
can command. I hope you wjlj bo
ablo conscientiously to approve my con
duct, uud when 1 return to private life
I wish you to give me another chus
From Oct 1, 1873 to Oct. 1, 1880.
there were imported Into tho district of
I uget sound from British Columbia,
nno2 K1"" (f (lo;jflh oil, valued at
JJ.i. During the past twelve months
business has increased to ;)t).808 uaU
Ions, valued at Ji'j.ROtf. showing an in
crease of 7,000 per cent. The duty on
.the above shows un Increase during the
pant year of $,7-.M. en.
Poultry for the Markot,
A little extra en re and attention in
preparing poultry for market will h i
well rei;,id, in the end. It is qitiie
essential thai the birds should reach
their desiinaii'in with a good appear
ance and in good condition, if fair
prices tire expected; hence it is for the
shipper's interest to take every pre
caution lo have those two requirements
The practice of "shilling" tho fowls
will) cooked meal or anything else in
fact, for a day or so preceding- their
shipment, is unwise. If the food is not
well digested before the fowls aro
killed, fermentation tied putrefaction
take place, and tho result is that a
greenish, putrid look is given the
dressed fowl, aud it becomes unfit for
the table. It is not a good plan to let
fowls run at largo just before they are
marketed, as I he tin wholesome food
they are liable lo :ck up may taint the
flesh, unless it lias time to become
thoroughly digested and assimilated.
Moreover, they should havo no food
whatever for ten or twelve hours before
Much depends on the manner of kill
ing fowls to havo them marketable.
Tho best n.elhod undoubtedly is to
make an incision well hack in the ronf
of the mouth with a sharp-pointed
knife, and divide tho vertobnu or touch
the brain. This causes instant death.
Tho head and legs should be left on
and entrails not be drawn. If tho legs
and necks of turkeys and chickens aro
dry-picked immediately after killing,
they are not so apt to become discolor
ed when exposed to the air. Very fat
poultry may be dry-picked to advant
age, as it sells a litlle higher ami will
carry a litlle better from distant points,
but it does not improve the appearance
of somewhat lean f wls.
In scalding, tho water should be boil
ingdiot. and all pin-feathers should be
carefully removed wilhout breaking the
skin. If ducks and gecsu, idler scald
ing, nre wrapped in a cloth for a couple
of minutes, the down will then come off
easily with the feathers. "Plumping,'1
as it is called, is accomplished by dip
ping the fowl, after picking, in boiling
hot water for about two minutes, then
placing it in cold waler for Jten or
twelve minutes more. This gives a
much brighter aud fairer appearance
to i he llcsii.
As to packing for shipment, boxes
holding about 20O pounds aro the best
for turkeys and geese and, in fact, for
all poultry, though smaller "game"
may be shipped in barrels. In the bot
tom of t ho box or barrel put a layer of
clean, dry straw, then alternate with
poultry and straw until tho package is
so full" that the cover will keep the con
tents from moving about, thus lessening
the risk of bruising. Tack with tint
backs up, legs outstretched aud the head
Now, a word concerning tli:' marking
of the package. "It's a terrible both
er," said a commission merchant in our
hearing the other day, "not to have
packages properly marked and advWed.
We received a lot of pears recently
without the consignor's name or ad
dress, ami, soino tinio afterward, a
postal card informed us that such a lot
had been sent. But a good sale was
lost." Every shipper, if ho does much
in that line, .should have a brand or
mark of his own, so as to establish a
reputation for his goods, and this brand
will bo looked after by tho consumer.
Each package should bear tho name of
the consignor, number and variety of
contents and the name of tho consignee,
and thus much annoyance may bo
averted. This is true of all shipments
on cominiivsion poultry included.
Hand Xem Yorker.
The Lawyer and the Quaker.
The plain garb and quiet manner ot
a Quaker often cover a great deal of
doewdness. He who thinks that the
head shaded by the broad-brimmed hat
is easily dtumd will rise from the at-
tempt "a wiser man. An English
lawyer of large fortune once had it
made very plain to him that si Quak
er may tie In simplicity a child, while a
man in wit. The lawyer owned a large
estate, worked by tenant-farmers to
whose interests he was selfishly indif
ferent. Among his tenants was a Quaker.
The farm which he leased was so un
productive that ho applied to tho law
yer for a reduction of rent. The appli
cation was refused. The Quaker then
asked that he be allowed to surrender
his lea.se. That, too, was rcfuseo.
"Wiltlhou, then," sai l the shrewd
Quaker, knowing the grasping dispo
sition of his binifiord, "give mo i,i long
er lease, that I may endeavor lo make
the land more proli table!''1
The landlord not only consented to
this request, but was so pleased that he
agreed to reduce the rent half a guinea
In England a lease is frequently
drawn so as lo nui during tho lives of
certain persons selected fo' their ap
parent longevity. Tho Quaker, request
ing that his own life be omitted from
tho lease, as be considered it a precari
ous one, suggested the names of three
The lawyer was so overjoyed at leas
ing his land for h long and remunera
tive term, that he readily accepted the
names. The new lease for three i'ues
was executed and tho old one canceled.
A fortnight afterward the lawyer
landlord was surprised at receiving a
call from his ulniplo fjuaker-tenaiil..
His surprise changed to morLiljcution as
tjie Quaker, handing him the lease,
"Friend, I have done with thee and
thy land. May theo havo all the stte
cosa thou deservest. TJio liyes thoti
gavesl me arc all gone; they are no
more. Faro thuo wull,"
The lawyer soon learned that tho
three men w hoso names had beuit iii
sericd In the lease were at the time un
der sentence of death, and In the Jail
of an adjoining county. The day he
Core the Quaker called to surrender his
lease they had been hanged.
In this case of "diamond cut dia
mond," disgust at tho Bullishness of the
landlord should not blind ns to flic
Quaker's deceit. He doubtless, thought
it justiliablo shrewdness. Hut, (holme
code of morals stamps It as an ltniixn .il
trick. "Ho must havo a long spoon
who eats with the devil,11 was perhaps
tho old proverb that ran in tho lawyer's
Jul nd, as .ho j:ud aside the returned
Vuisu. And that U tho moral of the
anecdote to U who are grimpln.
A Regular "D. B." ,
Not long ago a well-known newspa
per man took day-board at tho Sherman
i louse. lie was at home in the place
and was a privileged character. Ono
lay he sauntered behind the ollieo
counter into the regiojis that are sup
posed to bo sttcred to gentlemen who
.vear diamonds and address congress
men, governors, tourists, porters, news
boys, and other statesmen by their
first names, when his eye happened to
ealoh sight of his own name on a slip
with others over the book-keeper's
desk, lie would not have given it a
passing thought had not tho letters "D.
B." been attached. Ho "How off the
handle" on the instant, aud demanded
an interview with the proprietor. That
august functionary was found, and to
him tho irate journalist addressed a few
remarks. "Do I owe you anything?11
he asked. "No, sir." was the prompt
reply. "I have paid my bills all right,
so far as you know, haven't 1?" "Cer
tainly. 1 have no complaint to make."
"Then why do you permit your dork
to post me over his desk its a "D. H.'?"
"I do not; there must be some mis
take.'1 The journalist assured him
there was no mistake, aud that be had
seen the objectionable and significant
letters with his own eyes. The more
In1 thought of it tho madder ho got.
The proprietor could not pacify him
tinlil he premised to investigate tho
mailer and punish the guilty man. It
was found that a night clerk had per
petrated tic outrage, and that evening
the injured eili.fu took an early oppor
tunity to take him to task. "What did
you mean by putting 'D. B.' after my
name?" inquired the newspaper man.
' (), go away," he replied, thinking his
interlocutor was "ehalling," :us was
bis custom; "don't boihcr me." "No,
I won't go aw iy, and I demand a civil
answer to my question."
The clerk looked up and saw an angry
man in front of him. Then his counte
nance was suddenly bisected by a grin,
and be doubled up like a man with the
colic. "You took day-board, didn't
you?" he inquired, as soon as bo re
gained his composure. "Yes, I did,
mid I have paid for all tho day-board I
have onjoved." "So you have," was
lhesootiiingrcspon.se, "but just come
around heie a minute, till I show you
something. Yon see you are in good
company. Yen are an ns-oeiate of sev
eral millionaires and railroad magnates.
They tire each and every one designat
ed the same way, d). B.' That is shoit
for 'dav-board.' Itegular boarders are
marked '11. B.' "
The journalist spent a week's salary
trying to bribe his audience with liquid
iiouri-hnieiit to keep still, but like all
good things the joke leaked out.
Utiwiyu Tim i, v.
A newspaper agent, being told by an
old lady that it was no use to subscribe
for the' papers, as Mother Shipton said
the world was coming to an end this
year, said, "But won't you want to read
an account of lie; w hole affair as soon
as it is over?" "That I will." answer-
id the old lady; and she subscribed.
The miner's little effort: "I seek foi
wealth in vein."
One Experience from Many.
"I bad been sick and miserable so long
anu tiad caused my husband sn much trou
ble and expense, no one seemed to know
what ailed me, that I was completely dis
heartened and discouraged. In this framo
of mind I got a bottle of Hop Bitters and
used them unknown to my family. I soon
begun to improve and gained so fast that
my husband and family thought it strange
and unnatural, but when I told them what
had helped me, they said, "hurrah for Hop
Bitters! long may they prosper, for they
have made mother well and us happy."
J lie Mother. Home Journal.
If the thousands that now have their rest
and comfort destroyed by complication of
liver and kidney complaints would givo
nature s remedy, Kinney- ort, a trnl they
wo.ild be speedily cured. It acts on both
organs at the iicu: time and therefore com
pletely fills the bill for a perfect remedy.
If you have a lame hack and disordered
kidneys use it at once. Don't neglect them.
Mirror and rainier.
imiv IT A TT.m A V
A Sew anrt coini'U'lo llntol, fronting on hcvco
fsecoiui mi u Kiuiromi street,
The PaMeniier Demit of tho CblriiL'O. St. Lnula
iid New Orbmna: Hlltiol Central; Wnbaah, St.
I.oiiIh ami 1'iii'iiic; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio, tu.ri and St. I.niii Rallwavi
are all Juat ncroa l.hu trcet while the, steamboat
,W)diJi! is nut one square dlKlanl,
Thl Hotel i lulled hv Ntnam. ha fleam
Laundry, llvilraulle Kiavaior, Klueirlc Call Uell.
Automatic Kirn-Alarm, Hatha, almolutely pijra air,
purled uewerami and complete appointment,
Superb fnmtahliiif; perfect anrvlco; mil an nil
,' y. I'AUKKII At lH.,IOMaS
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Genera Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Ftet
t and Earf, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth equals St. Ji ihs On. u
a ifr,iure, 0ijc hiiiI Wii;i Ki'.i-rmil Kenie'ly.
A trial intail but ttip romTarntively trilling outlay
of 50 Onln, ami every one mi fieri iir with (aiu
can have cheap and ritivo proof of lis damn.
Direction in Kleven Lbukuhkmi.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEB8 IH
A.VOGELER 6c CO.,
Haltimaru Md V. , h
Indian (Blood Syrup.
Ilv.sleli.id. Mvir III.
eiisen, Fever anij Atom
in an I'lM'itse, ruuouie
ui"-, Nerwiiu lM-bi 1 it y
THE 1 1 EST REMEDY KNOWN T M.V!
Twelve Thousand Hot ties
Sold Since 18,0!
Tlii Svrui) DOm'eH v.iricd nrouurtiu! It tim
ulali: tlic ptyallric In the hhIivh. which convert
the HtHrcb anil ueur of the food Into kIuci'hb. A
deficiency in ptyiihne catoo'K wind and murine of
the fund in the Htuinnch. If the meilic n Igtaktn
Immediately after eatouj, the Icrmetilauun of fool
Itaets tipon the Liver,
It Bets upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the linweR
It I'uiilli'K the Itbiod.
It tyllictH the Nervous System,
It Promotes Mcestlnii,
It XuurMii's, Sircmrthens ninl InvlirornV'i.
It Curries nh" Hie old lllnml ami nmkr New,
It Opens the Pores j the Skill Hlnl liitlui'M
It neutralize the hereditary taint, or pulcon 111
the hlood, w hich ueiierateo Scrofula. ErvKtDela.
and all manner of Skin liee and Internal hu
There r no pirll employed in It manufacture
and it can betaken by tie- nmst del lead; babe, or by
me a,;oa Bnn lei nie, cure only nemx reijuireil in at
tutitli n to direction.
(alwi. Henry County, III.
I wa uff'Tlni' froi.i Sick Headm lie and I) .
nee o that I could not intend lo my hiiNK.'tinld du-
tiii. and a rhorl trial of Dr. t'laik JuIiiikou Indi
an Itlnod Syrup effecinnllv cured me.
Mil I1KLI-.M l-.l.ll.s.
Waterman S'ution, Dekalb ('q , HI
Tbl I to certify that l)r Clark Juliiinon'n Indian
Blood Hvnin ha cured mo of I'aln in (ho Hack, it
la a valuable medicine. ,M1(S WOOD.
Centre Hill, While Co., Ark.
Thl I to certify that. I wti afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many year I tried dltli-r-
nut doctor, whore pretipriptloii tended iiiorn to
wt'ukeu mo than they did to i-treuuihen. I a, hint
re Ived to try Hr. Clark ,lolnioii Indian ftlood
Symp, which proven to he n Miitlve cure not on -ly
curlni; the Heart I)lncae, hut alo a Sh k Head
acti which had been Iroiibliii'' me.
Mlts MARY A. NKAL,
I wa allllcleil with I.Wer Coinnlulnt and I)vnen.
la and failed toilet relief, allhonnh iihIiii; medi
cine from our bct doctor I commenced ulntf
Dr. Johnaon Indian lllond Svruti, and a abort trial
cured mo. T, W. tilSIMi, Mollne, HI.
Thl certifies that Dr. Clark .1 1 ih ti hou 'n Indian
lllond Syrup ha cth't lually cured me of l)ypepla.
100 mucn cannot ne nm in praiae ui it.
V. E. WtMMhlt, lledlord, Mo.
AvciitH wanted fnr the ale of tho Indian Itlnod
Syrup in every town or villane, In which I have ro
Kiinl. funicular ulveii on application.
HKI tlfilHTS HEM, IT.
Labratory ?7 Weal M M., N. Y. Ctly.
GRAY'S SPKCl FI0 MKDK INK.
TRADE MASK, The (Jrat. Km:-
lb remedy, An
unfatlint! cure fur
Hpermat'irrhi a. im
poleticv and all
(llaea-e Ilia! fo'ow
of elf ubiiae; iihaj
illume of vlalon, premature old aye, and many
other (IUi-hhi-h that, lead to lnnultv.i conumntlor.
or a premature crave,
I'tf-Kull particular In our pamphlet, which wo
ilealae to end frei liv mall to evei vone. WrThu
Speclllc Medicine I aold hv all druui;lt lit $1 iter
nacKaite, or lx package for i or will tic eut fre
bv mall (in nicuipt nf tho motiov, hv ndilreliiL'.
Til ft OKAY MKDM INK CO.,
KlTKAUl, N. Y.
Kohl In Cairo bv I'anl . Schuh,
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
PKRFKrTLV MKNTORK TUB IIKAHlHU
and Iwrlorm tbn work of tlin KiMur! Itrnn.
Akvi In iHcdllon, bat InvltlHI t othm,
All Oonvriion and Bvun whinner opnra al
tlnelly. W rtfir lo thou uln Own. Mend fur
ileaerlptlv circular with teatlmimlKl. AddroM,
H, F. X. PECK II CO., M lln., Nw Vnra.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JJUKEKA! EUREKA I!
A SUI1STITFTK FOR LIVE IXSCR
Mutual Aid Society,
of OA mo'.
Organized Julvl ttli, 1B77, Under the I,uw o
th JUnteoflllliiolH. ColivrlghteU .July
W, 11577, Umler Actol't'onirre.
C. T. KUDU
.1. A. (JOLIi.STlNK....
.f. J. tiUKKON
THOMAS I.KU'ls . ...
JOHN C. WHITK...
l: V !'( ' I f'l I ' I.' ( ! . nv, ... L-
','1'..1V,1.i'N h- THOMAS.
J. f. WHITK, W'. f. 1'ITt'llKK.
.1. H. MctiAIIKY.
IK) A It 1.4 ()!'' MANAflKUH:
William Ktraltoii, nf Stratum A Hlvd. wh' b ale
jrrocer; Paul (i. Schuh, whnleaale and retail ilruu
i;lt; Ua.un balKhton, coiimlaal'in merchant; Ja.
S. MiOabey, lnnibiT dealer; .1. .1. Oordon, phya
Irian; J. A. (iiililxtllie, nfOoliletlne Ki.Henuiiler.
wholeaale and retail drv ((hhIh, etc.; Wm.K. P. tell
er, mineral Bi;ent; Henry 11. Kill, city prlulcr and
bonk binder; Chelcy llaviu-a, Couin r; Jno. (;.
White, aaaletant aec.relary ami olic!t.ir: Albert
Lew la, dealer in flour and train; K. I!m, pn-fi
(lent Alexander County Hank ; i. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyril Clot.ii, t'eiiera)
auent; Thomai bowl, aecretary aud altomev at
law; I,. S, Thouia. broom mamilanurer; W. K
Itunel, contractor and lulM'-r; C. T, Hudd
aent U. M. 1j.iV.n o. railaoail;.M' Phillip. ear
iienier; II . A. CLiimbley, coMracio.-, Cairo, III..
Rev. J. Spencer, clerKvinan. St l.eulu, !o ; .) n,
liethune, circuit clerk, MiHl;ppl county, Cbarle
ton, Mo. ; .1. H Mourn , lawver, Ccmimerce, Mo ll.
bintflclrv, puvairhiu, Arlli.L'toti, Ky ; .1. .
Tarry, phvalctan, Kulton, Kv.; Win. lev an, farmer.
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Stelnbai b. marmiae.turer of ead
dlerv, Ktanaville, Ind ; Ike A rulermi, aei reiary
to niiM-rmlendent ( . St. I,. X N o. railmad. .lack
on, Tenn. ; J. S. Hnberlaou, phvicl!i, While
vllle, l enu. ; Tllnma A, olinrn, hurien maker.
Itollvar.Tenn ; Win I, Walker, "Dljie Advi-r
tlaluK Alien J ," llnilv M.rin . M ,-
GET THE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
Imprc7emeatj aad Ccn7caien:ej fsstd In
Fr SaU la Every City and Town
la the United SUtti.
J "V W" - (in-iit chance . mae mon
I 'I I I II ,y' 'l'ho'h! lwtik
I'll II I I I ad'.aMae ol lue 'ond ciii.ii
Jl 111 re tn (ii.o.n line, -v Ibat ar.- '
v .- re I, ,-lirally beeomt;
wi-alluy , w I) lie thoae who do
not improve nich chance reiniin In pnyerty Wn
want loany men, Women, buy ami yirl to work pit
ii rlu'hl In their own Incahlii s. Any one , an no
the work properly trmu Ihe (lrt tnrl. The bum .
ne will par more than ten iiiiien ordinary wiiiV.'
Kxpenalveoutllt furnifbei free. o one w hoeii'-a-.
S- fail to niaki money rapidly, You can devnie
your whole time to the work, or only your pare
moment. Hull Information and all thai ! needed
enl tree. AddresK Siiiimiii A Co.. Poitiand, .Maine.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Annum of yniiUiful Impnnlenon ransjnc 1'rein.v I
Inm Decay, Nurvon fKbiliiy. I.nht Stai:b'ol, eie., y
uavjll ,11,-,, 111 vain ,TY vie.nil renil (IV, n.l 1114.
coven il a aimpleai lf cure, which hn n' n, rUl U
to hit fellow. u(Terora, addn J. II, ICDI'.YI', I
THE GREAT CURE
A It I for all rUaeacorthKI0NEV3,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It olaanaa the ytcm of the amrld polran
only thtrloUma of Bhoumatlim oao realiae.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of th wont forma of thl tarrlhl dlaiw
have been qulokly nUad, In ihort tun
haahadenderrultil(ici, and ail luunono
le In every partof the Country. Iu hnn.
dredaof oaamlthaioured whoreall elae lied
fallad, lit mild, but efflolent, t Klt l'AlN
IN ITS ACTION, but harmloM In all oaaoa.
Lire to all Uie important organ or the body.
The natural action of the Kidney I reatorod.
The Liver I oloamodof allrilaeiiao.end th
Bowel move freely and healthfully. In Uil
way tho wont diaoaata are eradloatad from
1 it haa been provad by thouaand that
ia the moat effootual remedy for oloanln tho
gyatm Ol ell U1DTD1U RBurm lull. nuuuiu DV
used In every bouaehoid a a
Alway enrea IIU.10UHN RflH, CONSTIPA
TION, FILES and all FHM ALB DlMnciM.
I pat up In rr Trgrlable Perm, In tin cam,
on packao of which nialiMllipiarw medlein.
Alio In Liquid Form, very Coneenlraledfor
th oomenleni'o of Ihun who cannot readily pre
pare It- finer ir-fla Atieil rfflttrncy in nlhtrform.
OlCf lTOrYOIIK'MUIUIIIHT, l'KI(,E,SI.0
ITKI.t S. ItK iaitllSOM A Co.. I'rnp'tV
(Win wnd th dry rKit.nalit.l HI ltl.lf.moK. TT,