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B. A. HCKNKTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Tho mantifiieturo of teeth is a largo
industry. There aro now twelve man.
ufactorieg of artificial teeth, that produce-
every vear 10,000,000 teeth, or ono
to every five persona in the United
States. Half-thin number 1? inrulo by
one tirm, foundod in 1811. Tho total
6ales of toeth nmoutit to $1,000,000 :in
mially. The materials used aro fehl
Bpar, kaolin and rock crvital. Thocol
oi in ia platinum, titanium and !d.
Tho fold.soar and crystal aro submitted
to rod heat and thrown into cold water.
They aro then ground in water until
lino eriounjh to float. Combin-d with
tho coloring, thoy are subjected to in-
tense, f urn aire heat in molds of linns,
which aro in two pieces, each molding
ono half of the tooth.
Tho proens is delicate, and ha.s innnv
ititorestinjf doUiik In the earlier his
tory of the art dentists carved the teotli
which their ciiKlnnif rs ilennnded and
apprentices wen? often made ti- fu in
that way. Th amount of puld u.vd
annually in tilling teeth is ,.'i(.io,t)iO.
Lad tv:ig used from 1778 to iKi.i. Thei u
are dentists in New York who ve, or
nay thoy give, diamond libings. and in
I'aris they advertise to use diamond
pivots and emerald plug. The tilling
of teeth is aided greatly by la! or-suving
machinery and cunningly wrought tools.
This country makes dental in.stnuuoi.U
for the world whore dentistry is known.
An ordinary outfit pf iustruinoaU co.-Xs
?'j00. 1'rov Men ce Jo urnuL
"GoijjKX Mkdiial Discovery" (Trade
mark registered; is not only a novereign
remedy f r comumption, but also for con
auniptive night-sweats, bronchitis, coughu,
spitting of blood, weak lunL's, shortness of
breath, and kindred affections of the throat
and chest. By druggists.
In an ecomnuie il pint of view mut
ton is tho cheapest moat used; it is
also the healthiest at lc:tst it is eLimed
Ko by physicians w!;o have studied th"
workings of various inputs upon the
human aystcui. The very poor, as well
H.H tho rich, can afford the chuice-t pn ts
of the mutton carcass. Farmers well
understand tho pr of early lambs ol
tue biU qua ity tor tim tuitciier. It is
one of tho most intereis'iug; and protita
blo branches of sdiecp industry in loe.v
tions accessible to market. At twelve
or fifteen weeks, properly fed, they
will weigh ten to twelvu pounds per
quarter and bring from ?o to :t. Ii.
The auiount of hunb in the ma ket.
however, is sometimes very liberal in
fact, inoro liberal than the c.iiiiiitious
would a em to warrant. Hut when n
cust mnT at tho rentatirant a!ks for
"roast spring lamb," and gets niii tu
anl don t know the ilill'erence, why, it's
ail the same, you kn-.w.
H tutored Front A Decline.
Noktu Greece. N. Y., April 2'),
Or It. V. Puree. BuiTalo.N. T.:
Dear Sir I feel it my duty to write an
thank vou for what vour "Golden Medical
Discovery" end "Favorite PreM'riptiiui'
have done for mv daii'diter. Mie is more
field) v. lias more color in her face, no head
achei and is in other ways greatly improved
Mrs. MarceUa meyerh
. The Head Linor
Train il.. iuo
ssors of joiHiiu'.i-m
Arrlvinij In P.-II us about new,pniei s
, ,, j' important featuro
11 1U u.m. m 1 , i i
4 name v. the head-
.,(vini?in 8t. l.ot?ai'tmiuit of the pa
forallpomia w'ec'.iiy compiered for
p.m.ncn even nouspa-
jorSt. Lout ndi rtiies iuade(iintely
, ana v-hic ,.,,.,,. .,,
4 Mi) p in
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r.;, . u lUrtm con
la III. I unl'" t .i . 1
t;i tmin wart th 'h tho writers of
lloUHS In advance ofjn'icavoriug to
.tMi,iiM n. m. doubtor awau
hLfcElUNU t'AH t'a) arifully-chos-chanRei,
and throUKh ,,,, Oj)n,ion
Fast Til Suggestions
1 aSSeilSLlS ern lt t)l0 flanis
fued by Sunday tntenl , . "
nontrulufrui Calm art Oliu.j ai)U us
a uii'i'. Thirl iIhaIi il mi(t.
i WVor throush UrketyH1
iriilv at llllnol Central Uh
r oi';" r,.""u' .t i the mai,
. ' (len. Honthern Arent.
A. U. IlANHON.ilun.
IRON MOUNTAIN R
ArkaiiBMandTexM KlJ,r""""",M 1:!
inillVK AT OAIIIO. 1
TRAINS l.Ava oino,
11 .m .
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EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Ti.,.oUion nrwl RiircroOTJiiefRon. 'Only, added tho noto, 'tho
Hpocliu attention paid to the tlomonpsthlo
mnni nf nftnrlml lUmmaut. and dlrcaaul OI V
and children. ...
Offlcoi Ou 14th itroot, oppoilto the To'
Oalro, 111. 1 ;
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J)U. W. 0. J0CKLYN,
i inn n
OFPIca-BlBhta etreut, nr ar
rtss as she
B. W. WHITL0(
Dontal Siltext, ootihl
OrnoaNo. 1M Common
Ightltaud Ninth SttooU
Death to rat, mice, roadies and tints;
'arsons1 Exttti initiator, BfiruH, grutiarieg
and Imuseliolda clearl in a single night.
No fear of bad smells, llest and cheiiiet
vermin killer in tho world. Bold every
Area of the United t.ttos.
The following table shows the Iota!
areas cf tho Stab s and Tei d ories' of
tho Unitod Stab s, the total w.tler anta
and tho net land surface, us oflicially
reported by Henry Gannett, E. M., geog
rapher and special ugetit of tiie tenth
TiiWH wiitor limit
Breitx. Rlirfiu-K. Slll'fiieo.
Aliiimma !W,::Vi 710 .')
Arizona llil.ir.'O Hfl . ll:!.!l
Aikiui'iix r;i,s.VI Hi '5 W.IH5
('iilllonilii lW,aiii) Z,;N) 1.V.'I
Coloru.lo Itft.Wfi U) H(l.ir
rmiiieitiiut MM l.ri 4.K5
IlllkolH 1III.1KI l.tl . H","iK)
Deliiwnrc ...... a,ifti HO ,tW)
DIM. of Columbia.. W 10
Florlila f.s.'H) i.iV) 5t.-'40
Oeorifla MXA ! W.iW)
MhIio M.J Mil HIAVI
lllilUHn W.I'.Vl Ki fitj.lt
tnilliinii iM.:Cii) 4MI :t5.)()
Iielliin Terrinuy .. .'M) ')
town .Vi.iri'i f.Vl 65,475
Kiiiimh h,oni ),;il
KenlU'jliV 4-l.'l Soil 40,'l
J.oillhiilnu 4H.7:SI M 4.".4:50
Mnini! tit.nui :i.ii.'( si.iii
Miirvliiiid l-'.VIH Win U.l
Mit-Mi'hmeun (..;ii: -T.'i s.iiiu
Miehltmn .l."i l,4-5 V.-TS)
Miiuie.iiiii M.M W, "H.-H'i
Mifi-li.lil 4'!, "Id 4711 4.:iW
Mismiuil B'.i.4l."i WI l.7'..i
.Moiiooiit 1M..'Wj 7'0 H'l.'im
'eini-ku 7ii.-V tl'.H 711. K
Xevii'ln llO.Vin CHI iw;.t)
New lliuii)rtiiie... ;l (""l
New Jerev 7. Mi :M
New Mi-,iin l:.-J.'.ii J-:n r...4ini
New York 4'.i.l7'l l,Vvl 47f.'l
Nortli I iirolinii i .. tX.t'n 'ifi'u 4M,I
HI, in il.O'iO :imi 4H.7'!1!
itrcvun Ii a I 4Ti HL.Vlil
IViiii-vImoiUi 4.V-I Ski 4l.!e.7
llli'.'le Nnin't I.iVj li.'i I .iiS
iMilh i::irtlilin Sl..V,U 400 :l,f.(l
TenneuMjo 4'j,;m :m 4i,w
TeH, 2."..'l 3.4'SI
ll.ili M.'Ol -':.t,t
i riiinnl t.vr, 4 4t O.t l'i
Vira-iti'M '.XH 4t.12t
W:. Iiliii'fm ttl.Hl
Wi-t Virginia "!.". I lVi L'!.i!;.ri
W.i-iiii-iii ,v;.nt'i .rm m.i.m
i-iif '.r;.n ;ti." i7.v,".
t'inr::i'.e. le'ry h.'.M .... 5,71'J
lel:ii:iri' Imy... . M.'0 ft.M
I'.nr mi! buy mi l
limer New York
bay ino 1"0
Total VMM) V,.rvj a.'..70.0UiJ
i.t ew i i
I had not blept a poxd night's sleep all
witter until I used St. Jacobs Oil, is the
way .Mr. r. A. J'liibley, ituikeyviiie, 111.
The Use of Short Worda.
Horatio S yrnonr dwells thus strong
ly on the use of short words.
We must not ou'y Ihink in words, but
we unK u'm) try to use the best word,
and those which in speech will put what
is in your luihd, into the minds of oth
ers. This is the great art which those
must gain who wNh to teatvi in the
school, the cl.urch, at tho bar or through
the pre.-s. To do this in the l iht way
they shonl I um? the short words whic i
wo learn in early life, and which have
tho siniie fcenso to all classes of men.
The English of our llible is good. Now
anil then sitiue long words are found,
and thev always hurt the verse in which
you finil thctn. Take tiiat which says,
K), te generation of vipers, who hath
warned you to flea from the wrath to
come?" There, is fine long word whic'i
should not be in it. namely "iroucra
tion." In tho old version the old word
"brood" is used. Head tb verse again
with this term, and you feel iti full
force. ") ye viper's brood, who ha h
warned y mi to li e from tho wr:Uh t
I'nitii'?'1 Crime Minietimos dues not lo .k
like crime when it is set before us in
t e nmnv f .ldsi of a long word When
a man .-ten Is and we call it "defalca
tion," we are at a loss to know if it is a
blunder or a crime. If he does not tell
the truth, :md we are told that it is a
case of "prevarication" it takes us
some time to know just vvl it w .Oi-Miid
think of it. No man wiil t vt cheat
hiniscif iu:o wrongdoing, n .i I no
be at a lo.-s to ju 'g.) of oti.e;-, i.' he
thinks and speaks ot acts in cleav. , , p
terms. It is a good rule, if u is ;.t i
loss to know if an net is right or wi :
to wrile it down in short, sir: .tgiitmit
There is n eood ileal of talk :u o.it the
smart ness of Yankees, but on tl." other
Bide of the water they manage t- !u; it
out soiuo very shrewd rascals, llow is
this for a easo of sharp practice? "A
certain Hungarian Countess, wdl
.kimwn for her riches and beauty i(!he
satuo spirited lady who last year second
ed herjuother in a duel), graced with
her" prbsouco the performance at tho
Aresa, or summer theatre On ono of
her fair fingers my lady worotwo splen
did diamond rings exactly like each
other. During an (iih'acte there pre
sented himself in her box a big fellow
in grotesque livery-six feet of tho litiest
llunkcv imaginable, Quoth he, in tho
finest Hungarian, 'My mistress, Princess
I'., has scut mo to beg of your ladyship
the loan of ono of your rings for 5 min
utes. Her Highness has observed them
from her box opposite, and is very anx
ious to cxainino ono more closely, as
she wished to have one made after the
pattern.1 Without an instant's hesita
tion, the Countess handed a ring to
'Jennies,' who bowed with respectful
dignity and retirod. The performance
over, the two groat ladies met on the
Htnircase, and tho Connies begged her
friend to keep tho ring at her conveni
ence. 'What ring, my doarP1 Denoue
ment! Tableau! The 'powdered Hiouial1
was no flunkey at all, but a thief; and
tho ring was gone.
, "Tho police w ere informed of the im
pudent trick. Justice Buemod to have
overtaken the culnrit in a verv few
a ki rides, for next morn in? tho Countess
while mi 111 en robe, do, chamhrc, received
'a letter inforriiin her that tho thief had
Aiooti caught, and tho ring found on his
man stonily denies the charge, .nnd de
clares tho ring to ho Ids own. To clear
up all doubts, ploaso come at onco to
tho polico st ill ion, or send tho duplicato
l ing by bearer.1 To draw tho second
rlfig from tho finger and Intrust it Joy
fully lo tho messenger a liuo follow in
full polico uniform together with a
handsome 'tip' for tho glorious news,
wits the work of a moment. Only whon
my lady an hour later betook herself
radiant to tho station house to rccovor
lier jewels, a slight mistake camo to
light. 'Well, my rlngsf I could not
como mvsolf tho instant I got your let
tor.' 'What letter, mudaiuP' Denoho
iiient! Tableau No 21 Tho thief got them
both!" , . v
CAIRO BLLLET1N: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 41882
Joy of tho Helpful Man.
I met, the other day. n physician In
very large practice ono of t'lioso men
ho livo In the joy of leaving thosu
happy for whom ho ban licen caring
lie happened to say that he had before
him that iiLdit a Ion?; ride across u
country which I Uiihw to be desolate,
that ho might strikn a night train after
a consulta ion. "Will it i.ot he splend
idP'1 ho said. Well, 1 was carnal
enough to say that I did not think it
would be. It would be as dark as
Egypt, ho would bu tired, and ho would
soo and hear nothing. And his answer
was an unconscious rebuke: "0, they
are ploughing now, and I shall get tho
whole smell of the spring.'1 lie added
in a moment, "Is it not. fun to have
life crowded full?" I went, away thank
ing God for ono man more who could
tirid, and was glad toliml, the tokens of
love; for a man who could ride ten
miles, a- d in darkness, and, if ho could
only smell, could feel, as ho rode, that
the l'ow or which rules the world rules
It In perfect love.
Don't delay, always be on time, for pre
vention is better than cure. All coughs
and colds and such eflections of tho throat
and lutms as lead to consumption are cured
by Dr. mill Ou';h Syrup.
Mr. Noah Dates, Elmira.'N, Y., writes
"About tour years rio I had an attack
bilious fever, and never fully recovered.
My digestive i rgans were weakened and I
would he completely prostrated for days.
After using two bottles of your Burdock
Hlood Hitters the improvement was so visi
ble that I was astonished. I can now
though 61 years of age, do a fair and raag
onable day's work."
Price f 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G
1 iiekr is more strength restoring power
in a 50 cent bottle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of mult or a gallon
of milk. As an aneti.er. blood burifier and
kidney corrector, there is nothing like it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
lor mind and body. See other column.
Sun.oii's Cuke will immediately relieve
(.roup, VUiooping cough and lion-
How often parsons have been annoyed by
uurrs clinging to tbtir dress or clotlnns.
and how seldom have they, when cleaning
them, given it a thought that Burdock
root is the most valuable blood cleanser
and putiticr known, and is sold by every
druggist under the nam of Burdock Blood
Pnce 11.00, trial size 10 ceufs. Paul G.
The Bound Unloosed.
Chas. Thompson, Franklin strett, Buffa
lo, says: "I have suffered for a long time
with constipation, and tried almost every
purgative advertised, but only resulting in
temporary reliet, and alter 'constipation
still more aggravated.! I was told about
jour Spring Blossom and tried it, I can
now say I am cured, and though some
months have elapsed, still remain so. I
shall, however, always keep some on hand
inca.se of old complaint returning."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. Sehuh, Agent.
Ml ac km etack,' a lasting ami fragrant per-
tutne. Trice ' j and uO cents.
It is a re markable fact that Thomas' Ec-
lectric Oil is as good for internal as exter
nal use. For diseases of tlx lungs and
throat, and for rheumatism, neuralgia,
erica in me uact, wounds and sorts, it is
the best known remedy, and much trouble
is ssved by having it always on hand. Paul
G. Schuh, Aent.
Worms, that universal disease in child-
iioini, can do tliorotiglily cured by the Use
of Pr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge.
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y.City.
To Persons Ab.ittt to Marry.
"To persons about to marry," Douglass
Jerrold's advice was "don't;" we supple
ment by snyine, without laying in a sup
ply of Spring Blossom, which cure albumi-
E'tria and other, kidney and bladder com
Pri' e50 cents, tnnl bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Siiru'U'a Catarku Hkmldv a positive
cuie for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
.Mouth. . 12
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering aud
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth i It to, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sutlercr immediately
depend upon it; thero is no mistake
altout it. There is uot a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who w ill not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, nnd relief uhd
litiitth tn in jtlilld iMitrnt!nfr liln innivin
iiiui mil viiiawj i'jm lilting aiiv mulVa
It is perfectly safo to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the tuste, and ia the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians.and nurses in tho United States,
Sold evercy whore. 25 cents a bottle.
Wnv will you cough when Shiloh'a
Curo will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
Rub It In.
Jacob Loeckman, 274 Clintou street, Buf
falo, N. Y., says ho has been using Thom
as' Eulectric Oil for rheumatism. lie had
such a lame back that he could do nothing;
but on uottla entirely cured him. I'aul
C. Schuh, Agent.
Go to Taul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of rolor are unequaled. Color
from 2 to T pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 10 centB.
Aub you madic niiserublo by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
ellow Bkiuj shiloh'B Vitalizcr is a ptwi.
tivc curo. . 10
Tub beauty and color of tho hair may bo
aafoly regained by using Parker's' Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for Its
perfume, olcarliness ami dandruff crndicat-
injj properttcg. ' "i ,
you nufTo: from dy prpMa, lift
BTJIMOCK BLOOD BITTER3.
If yon are afflicted with MlloupnuM. hub
Bl'ItDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
I f y oti are pruMratcd with rick hradarae, take
BL KDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowula ate dUordcri'd regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blond t Impure, pnrlfy It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
It yon have indigestion, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you are troubled with epringcnmpla.nts, eradi
cate then with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
tl your liver la torpid restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your livur la affected you will find a ehure restor
ative In BURDOCK BL0O3 BI ITERS,
If you have any t perlesi of humor or pimple, fatl
not to tako BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have any stmptoma of ulcra or scrofulous
aore, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTHRS
For imparting etrencih and vitality to the iratura
nothinfrcan ciuat BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Nervous aud General Debility, tone tip the
vntemwith ; BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
I'hira ft ran bottle ; Taut bottles, IOcw,
FOSTER, 5IILBURN & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, X. Y.
Formic by I'AUL G. SCHUH. (i )
tJVspopp-la. Liver Ms
eases, Fever hiiiI Ague
Heart DiKeHse, liillous
ness, Xervons Deliilitv
THE REST RKilEDY KNOWN TO MAX!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thin Svruu nnieie varied nromrllcr It .dm.
ulutet the el valine In the aliva. which convert
the atarcn and uwtr of the food Into glncone. A
deficiency in pljaiine cane wind and aourinu ol
the food In the tomachs If the medlcliia . u.atn
immediately utter eating, the fermentation ot fotd
It acts upon the Liver,
It acts upon the Khliiejs,
It Regulates the Dowels,
It Purities the Blood.
It Quiets the Xenons System, 1
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries oti the Old Illood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It nentriillnc the hereditary taint, or nolnon in
the blond, which generates Scrofula, Krvalpelaa,
and all manner of hkiu Dlaoaee and Internal hu
There are no mrlt employed tn Ita manufacture
and it cau be taken by the moat delicate bake, or by
the aged and feeble, care only bolnit required in at-
toutKn to direction!.
Galva, Henry County, Ills.
I watifferln from Sick Headache and DIkzI.
ncf ao that I could not attend tomv household du-
tie, and a abort trial of Dr. Clark Johuaon's Indi
an Wood Syrup effectually cured me.
Allta UKLKN KLK1MS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
This 1 to certify that Dr Clark Johnaon'a Indian
Hlood Svrtin baa cured mo of Pain tn tho Rack. It
is a valuable medicine, MRS WOOD.
Ccnlro 11111, White Co., Ark.
Thin la to certify thut I wat afflicted with Patnl-
tatlon of tho Heart for many year I tried dltl'er
cat doctor. whoe prescription teuded mora to
weaken mo than they did to rtreniitlien. Iailaxt
re lved to try Dr. Clark Johnam? Indian Hlood
Hyiup, which proved to be a poattlve cure-not on
ly curing the Heart Plneaao, bat alto a Sick Head
ach which had been troubling me, .
MRS MARY A. NKAL.
I wa afnictert with Liter Complaint and Dyapop.
slu and failed to get relief, althongh ualuu muitl
cine from our bent doctors. 1 comimiuced ulng
Dr. .luhnou's Indian lilmnl Syrnp, and anhurt trial
outed mo. T. W. RfsiHO, Molina, 1)1,
Thla certifies that Dr. Clark Johnon' Indian
Illood Syrup ha e'.tectiially cured me of Dypepla.
Too niiii li cannot be ald In prale of It.
W. B. WIMMKIl, Dodford, Mo.
Anenta wanted for tho sal of the Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or village, In which 1 have no
Particular given ou application.
of I v.f7mi.,!'.t' u;aiii,v.Jiiw.'
DKUQ0IJIT BULL IT. V
Lohratorj 7! Weat 8d at., H, T.
V m. 'Aw.
For fale by C. W. lleinleison, Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 liottles
For couvha, ro'iln, rore 'hroat, hroai'lilll!1, KHilnna,
throat, chuKt aud Iuiikc; '
throat, chuKt aud Iuiikc;
Balsom of Tolu
but it ha never been o ailvantaL'i'OHHlv riiiiipnnnili'd
diilon to It nxitloiiB llRinaniic propertlc, II ultorde
siem afterthe coni;h ha been relieved.
PUT I P IN (JUART SI.K l.OTTLFS FOIl FAMILY USE, PEICE 81.003
Ct TTrl1Iir;1 n"" 1,0 deceived by ilealera who try lo palm ott upon you Rock and Rve In
JlxxJ I llii i jilace of our Tolu, I' a and Rye, which la tlia onlv medicated article made
the genuine liana private die proprletiirv Ktiinipnn each boltle. ,
The TOLL, UOCK. and li K LO., Proprietors. 41 Kiver street, Chicago, III.
Sold by Diu gmsis, (ir.cKiis and Dkalkks Evkrywiikue.
ri Fortnnel Accnt wrileuVk IT'-rrtt.'-v free.
a, uiirt ty pew nesi wivm; iiri.i i.h i .1. rn,,K .i-
eg Bella fur ".v:rn hi:i1 all lea 1 "..h. .mlin
trie'll)lfl F u-li Cn'il end arf"i't. I Umr f-pi Inc.
Tli 1'. T.Uilled Wire l.r.U 0., S.) 7Ui Ave. K. i.
t .Mill" .l..Il,
rVi burui.iK s',ni
Mat NSRVS UU 'i Oi'2.T
a".svji "r ai .tut 1-111 .i
lNPAiuM.it if taken at Uii.tim. A'i fi'in.'lf
rirtfa 'y'Jtli.V!. TreaO-w teil Itllll T-e .
'! itiuli"iili,in,,v itis-linexiir.'isjm-. .. ;J ni 111",
l. O. ami cu rihi uu lr,, l,i.ljk. K I, INK,'." I
AauSu i'b!: MU'ljiUa. 1'. Ox ritiu.'ifi- jjtt.
Ir.S. Silsb: c Esternal Pile Remedy
;ii V:i;!;ii'tiTllcl and i sinlnf ikllitoa
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fuel hy Drenri't every where. I'rlen, f 1 impi-r bet
prYIHFI tllVfli !l. :; 1',lt e.t til' III I'!))'.-If 1.1 n
Sndflimill.-r. ra.liy ! f,eiii-e,ie,,..r A ( o. Hot KM.
iSuvt l'erClly. h.'li. fiUiUiuvtU''. racl " Jiuitai,"
A llEAUTItTL OKC.AN, the "Miwart," New
Htvlid, No. t'j.OKi, .'7 tii, III full tei, gulden
tongue reed, rolld walnut lllgbea polinheil cawe,
New and valuable improvement Jiim addeil. Slool,
book, nmlc. lloxedand (lellvcieil on board rar
here, price only f M) uw, net ciihIi. ISatlnlnclloii
guarauieed in everv particular or money refunded
after I yeai'a ue. Kvery one cold ell another. It
is a standing advertiaeriient. I truer at once, nnlli
tng avod by correap'jiidencu. Nly new factory Jual
completed, capaeily .(410 iimlrunient every Jiiilay
very ln'CKt labor aiiving wood working mw hini ry.
Vant capital enable me lo niiiniifiii luro better
good for !e money than ever. Ail'liem or call up
on Daniel K. lieatty, Wnshlnlon, N. J.
PAnew Kyle ehrumo card wllh iiatne, or
le'veut acaril inc.
NiiKHiiii 1'nrd Co., Miicxau.N Y.
111 11 ' lmr't wtunrrtl trick card, t (mck fun canl-,
A till l jihcIc iunia'ent curdn. I niurveluiiH oiul,
tliarinonium, KM) album verne, ill I in licit cuo fur
" 8c stamp. Addreot Huh Card Co , lIorloii.Ma.
II J ! ltrnn for tWJ, with Improved lalereat
1'liUj i 1 1 1 toble, cillendiir. i c. Henltoany
adilre on receipt of two three-cent etump. Ad
dree Cliarle K. Hire, I8 North Jlultiware avoiiuu,
Atlantic and Oulf Coact Canal and Okercboba
50,000 SHAKES, $10 EACH
at PAR with a homi of 4U acre fur each 10 !iure,
from choice land of the ")lMin Piirehnxe,"
Ofllpua: J Third and Cheiniil i , Pliilailelphlii.
tin llroailway. N, Y , Itooui ill, ll!l.
Detailed proapectua with deacrlptlvo maps mail
Caiiio, 1m.., DeciMiiber in, ISSt.
Tho regular aim mil meeting nf the atoikliolilnr
of tho City National Hunk ot Cairo, lor lliepurpenu
of electing aeven director will be held at the olllcu
of ald hank, lu thl ntv, ou Tueadav, .1 miliary to'
ISS'J. Poll open at 10 o'clock a. m ,'aiiil cluae lit r
o'clo k p, in., of ald day.
THUS. W. UAf.Ln)AV.Cnhler.
N TIIIKTY DAY'S TIIIAI,.
Wo will tend Dr. Pve't Celebruled Electro Volla.
Ic Hull and other Klectrlc Appllnnce ou trial tor
31) dv to young men iiad oilier poriont allllcted
wllh Nervou tieliillly, l,ot Vitality. etc., guaiaie
teeing speedy relief anil complete reHtoratlin of
vigor and manhood. AIo fur ltheiimullm, Neu
ralgia, Paraly!, Liver and Kidney riilllculile,
Riiptnrei, and many other dlene, Hlutnrted
pamphlet ,nt free, Addreta Voltaic Dell Co,,
ihiiatiies now beroru lhe puhllo
lYoncan makn money faaterat
work fur n than almvtlilng
elo, Cpltl not nnt'detl, We
will atari yon. win day and
Howard inmle at homa bv thii
llldiiatrloui men, women, boy and glrlr waeted nr
ery where to work for n. Mow I the time. You
can work lu spare time unty or give your whoPi time
to the bualnc. You can live at home and to the
work. No other bulne will pay yon nearly as
well. Mo one oan fall to make onornvnu par by
engaging at ono. Onatlr oatnt and term tree.
Metier mad raet, easily an.1 honorably. Add run
TruoACo., AugnitH, Main 10 i ,
KiuMuAti 4i WV vta "itjir V1
nnnnnHniia. coniumDtlon and all diicasea of the
lliis alwnya neen one or t ho me t important
weapon wielded by the tueillcal faculty
RKaliipl the uiu-rnacumci.ta of Coughs, Cold, .
llruncliltiH, Asthma, 8oro Throat. Consump
tion in Ita Incipient and advanced stage, and
ajl dineHea of lhe throat, cheat and lnnea.
a In I he celebrated Toln, Rock and Kve. In ad-
a dilluaivu nimulaut and tonic, to build up the
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
MeBr.8eabury ft Johnson, Manufactur
ing Chemiats, 21 Piatt St, New Tork t
Gentlemen, For the paat few yeara wa
have Bold various brands of Porous Plas
ters, Physicians and the Puhllo prefer
Bwnnon'i Cape-Inn Porona Plawtwr to all
others. We consider them one of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They aro superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
TtntinrinViCapclTn Planter Is a senates
Parmaceutlcal product, of the hishest
order of merit, and so recognised by
physicians and druffffiata.
When other remedies fail get a Ben
son's Capcine Plaster.
You will be disappointed if yon uss
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Elec
trical Magnetic toys.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNiON PIASTER.
TTiFa'TV's PiANOKOKTKS-Magnillcent hol
iday prenenl; rquare giand planolmtei, lonr
very lianoaome round corner, tonewood case,
tin ne uulanii, bi'atly'matchleirenirame,iitool
hook, cever, bond, "u to 2tl7 50; catalogue
price, liiiio tn II. ono ; Mtlvfafiton guaranteed or
money refunded atlcroiie Jear'aute; Uprlabt pi-
aiiofnrte, $125 to 255 ; catalorne price 1500 to '
Hon; landurd pianoforte ol the nitvurae, aa
thousaii" ietify ,; write for mammoth list of tas-,
tlmcniiit: lleiilty' cabinet organ, cathtdrel,
i' In 1 n il chapel, piuloH t.'IO upward ; visitor wel
come; free carnage meela train; tlluatrated cat
alognuilioltday eill'lonl free. Addrwaa or call on
DAMKi F.ltPAH V Wanlilntton, New Jersey.
YlHTV3- M If yo W0U1 l'rn Telegra
JtLilM Jl Till phy in four month, and be
rurtaln of a altiiation, addre Valentine llrothert,
iliineHvllle, W Ik,
A Y KAIt and expenses to agents. Out
Ilia free. Addre
P. ii. VICKBRY, Angnta, Me.
f'H in Villi li r"r adverllaer. 100 page, 5 Cents
J H III 1 1 III U. p. Kowell Si Co., New tork.
by thla almpln walnr
power Invention may
avoid all the labor an
Injury of ilnrlua hr
Hewing Maelilne. Ovet
p,UUU or tiKue tiaeku
Wu-r Mut'ir, nolM'Uw
and oriiMinenlal, adapt,
ed to all Hewlnir ila.
chine, are now giving
err fee I atlfnetlin.
Two lc are made for
Hniuehulil Hewing Hn
elilnra lrlce. till anil
S i'J.10. A In.) lamw
fur faeiiiry nevila
and for all kind of ma-
I 8imI for Circular to
PACK US WATER MOTOll 00.. Newark, N.J
Most Kcouoiiileal rower Known
FOB DltlVlNU LIGHT MACHINERY t
It take but little room.
It uover gel out of repair. ...
It cannot blow up. , ,
11 require no fuel.
It need naesfftM4i.
Them la no delay t an firing up 1 ao aabea to cleas
away 1 no extra lnnrance to Par t 00 repair- 1
. iug neeearyi 110 coal bill to pay,
y aud it Ii alwayg rvady for aae, k r ,
' j . i t ia Very Choap. : ';
BU't papflryoa taw U l ad lo.