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x. a. Hitmen, rairo, mmm.
A trial in London nndor tho vivisec
tion act, for cruelty, triumphantly
closed by positive proof that Ilrof. Fcr
rier pinched a monkey's tail.
Henry l'robiwco has sent from Paris
four bror.73 osplanado saute, to bo
placed about tlio V .untain which ho gave
to tho city of Cincinnati.
It is estimated that fifty tons of blue
berries wore shipped from Hath, Me ,
last season, and the pickers niada
Maine, piipcrs toll it. solemnly that a
Delfast man. full seventy foot from the
rigging to tho deck of a vessel the other
day, landed on his feet, and wasn't
AtNantiooke, Pit., John Lafscbnski
broke a bottle of whisky in his pocket,
saturating LU clothes; when he subse
quently lit a rufttch they took firo and
he was fatally burned.
And experiment has been tried, and
with success, of prop.'igaling sponges by
ciit'iig8 in tho Adriatic sea. The peri
od of gvuwtli generally averages seven
The anticipation of wealth from tlio
discoveries of gold in Westford, Conn.,
are believed to have very little founda
tion. Tho assays, except in ono or two
stances, show rather lean returns
too small to afford profit.
Ayoong woman f Wallinford, Conn.,
was married the other evening and,
while the festivities that followed tho
ceremony were at their height, 'she
eloped with ono of her old admirers
who was among tho guests.
At a marriage in Wyoming county,
N. Y.. recently, during tho ceremony,
an old lover cried "Fire!" iThe bride
fainted, the groom fell over a chair and
broke his leg, and two of tho guests fell
Mrs. Serena Smith, of Ilawkinsvillc,
Ga., commencod in 1875 with ono
horse, has steadily increased her farm
till now suo runs a six-horso farm, hav
ing purchased and paid for COO acres of
An extensive establishment for the
manufacture of maeearonl, vermicelli,
and all other sorts of Italian pastry in
Philadelphia has seriously damaged tho
importation of such articles from Italy.
It was hatched by the centennial.
A woman teacher in Georgetown,
Mass., was driven out of her school by
the sight of a loaded pistol in the hand
of a pupil she had reprimanded, but
she met one of the committee at tho
door, and he went in and disarmed the
' ilobinson (after a long whist bout at
tho club) "It's awfully late, Brown.
What will you Bay to your wife?"
Urown (in a whisper) "Oh, 1 shan't
say much, you know. 'Good morning,
dear,' or soincthingof that sort. She'll
Bay the rust" Punch.
An American physician, who visited
Florence Niglitingalo in London, ex
pressed the belief that, with the excep
tion of the Queen, the fauious nurse of
tho Crimea is the most universally bo
lovod of any woman in Kngland.
Young ladies ent wedding cuke to
dream of their future husbands. A
Louisville, girl tried this scheme, and
saw a man as wido as a coal-shed, with
only one h- v. and a head about tho size
of afull-grjwii crab apple.
The source of the extract of cucumber
which Iiostonians have been so roluo
antly enjoying in their drinking water,
baa been found in tho decomposing
species of a fresh water sponge which
grows abundantly in ono "of tho city's
Allen liewis, an Olnoyvillo It. I.)
manufacturer, had a groat uflbetiuii for
a house lie formerly and for twenty-one
years lived in, and ho always said ho
wanted to die there. He called there
casually a few days ago, and dropped
dead upon the floor.
Tho wurdouof the stato prison iu Maine
bus made himself liable to a suit for 11
, legal imprisonment by simply obeying
a law of tho stato which was enacted iu
1821. A thief who had been insubordi
nate was kept 141 days beyond tlio term
of his sentence to make up for tho tinio
be had spent in solitary confinement, us
required by the law, but the court now
decides the statute to be uncoustitution
. The United States in being rapidly
illfd with skilled foreign laborers. Two
of threo Chinese shoo manufacturing
. firms in San Francisco tiro bidding high
', for the best whito labor now employed
iu the shoe factories run by whito man-
; , ufactun rs.
; - Out of 613 awards by tho Juries at tho
Paris electrical exhibition, Franco re
ceived 304, Belgium CO, Great Britain
v and Germany 49 each, Italy 81, the
, United Statos 2U. Russia 21, Austria 1H,
" Switzerland 14, Sweden 13, Holland 10,
Spain 6, Denmark and Hungary 2 each,
ana japan i. ,
: The Troy Titna has a ' poem on
'"Love's Treasures' in which tho fol
lowing Torse occurs that would make
tho "bwuut Singor of Michigan" howl
with despair: ;
' ":) ' I drwHtn of duyn fornvor irono,
i ; i. I'w twenty dtartnMiiuUNs
' (Their number I enn count iioa
, a , My UnKi'rtan'1 my Uin ti).
'. I. Don Milliard, of Washington, county,
THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1882.
Ga., Is perhnns the greatest sufferer in
tho world, lie has been thirty-three
years in his bed, enduring the most ex
cruciating agony from rheumatism, un
nblo to move any part of his body ex
cept his lower Jaw and to slightly shrug
his shoulders. For all those long yours
of suffering his Joints havo been as stiff
as if grown together solid.
Tho quantity of foreign cheeso im
ported into Great Britain hns doubled
since 1870, and is now s;iid to bo about
278,810,000 pounds per annum. This
is greater than has generally been sup
posed, and servos to explain why the
demand for American cheese has con
stantly increased, to tho astonishmcul
of many of our dairymen and produce
Cash boys havo been superseded in a
Boston store by a mechanical arrange
ment for conveying purchngo money
from the sah sferks to the cashier's
desk and returning tho change. The
dovico is essentially a dunlex system of
inclined grooves connecting the various
stations of tin) clerks at thecouuters
with tho cashier's desk, which is cen
trally located, and hollow balls in which
tho money is placed, tho balls travers
ing tho grooves by force of grat ity.
Tho son of a well known merchant of
Memphis, Tenn., married some time
sinco. A search of t'uo chancery rec
ords, or, rather, a call of cases, recently
made, developed tho fact that a divorce
proceeding instituted by the bride re
mained undisposed of, and no divorco
was ever recorded, though the papers
showed a decree drawn up ami signed
by a jpecial judgo several years ago.
The young man's father appeared in
court aud asked the entry. Tin decree
has been euterod and, as it now stands,
the divorce from tho first husband ap
pears after man iago with the second, a
fact which may prove an important cle
ment in po.-.si'blo future litigation.
Isaac Taylor, who h:ts bct-n arrested
in Ashtabula county, O., as a deserter
from tho regular army, admits the de
sertion and gives the facts in the case,
After a service of three ye;ir he was
granted a lui lough to visit New York
to meet his mother, who was returning
from India, where she had been a mis
sionary. He found hor an invalid, al
most helpless, with no means of sup
port. He could not remain in the army
without leaving her, so he deserted and
with his mother eamo to the Western
Reserve, where they havo unce lived.
Taylor was taken to Cleveland for
A man living on Horse Creek, Cal.,
was bitten by a rabbit in September,
lroru tlio effects of which he almost lost
his life, lie was tryilig to catch tlio
rabbit for his little boy, when the ani
mal bit him on tho thumb, but he took
little notice of it at tho time. About
an hour afterward his thumb began to
pain him severely and swelled rapidly,
so that he sei.t for a physician, who
thought that ho must havo been bitten
by a rattlesnake. The doctor, at lirst,
could not believo that it was tho bite of
the rabbit that caused tho trouble; so,
to fully ati-fy himself, he had several
rabbita caught, with which he experi
mented. Ho found that the upper jaw
contained a hollow tooth, from which
ho extrae'ed a very puisuous lluid.
lie ascertained that two drops of this
lluid administered to a lamb would kill
it in less than an hour.
Tlie Lawyer's Fee
There is a good story which illustrates
tho advantage of being skilled in read
ing faces. An Englishman who could
speak no language but his own, boasted
that ho had traveled through Europe
without a courier, aud had not been
cheated ono farthing. Ho was a good
physiognomist, and tilled his pocket
with the small coins of the country in
which ho was travelling. Whenever
called to make a payment to a man, ho
would begin by slowly dropping into
tho man's hand several of tueso coins,
looking him keenly in tho face. Tho
moment ho saw by a gleam ol tho eye,
or twitching of tho mouth that ho had
dropped tho amount of tho bill, ho
A cotton speculator who once paid a
foo several times greater than his law
yer expected, was not so shrewd a man.
Soon after tho fall of Vieksburg, ho be
came involved with tho authorities, who
charged him with fraud. His cotton,
which was worth a largo sum of money,
being seized, ho sought the aid of Mr.
Geigor, an iuflucutialUhio lawyer, then
visiting the city.
The lawyer in ono day satisfied tho
authorities that there was no fraud and
secured tho lease of tho cotton. The
speculator was gratified, and informed
Mr. Gciger that ho would seo him the
next morning after ho had finished
loading his cotton on a steamboat.
Tlio lawyer retired, but not to sleep.
Ho was debating with himself what ho
should churgo his client. The amount
involved was largo, tho speculator
would make a baudsomo fortune, and
Geieor '.thought live hundred dollars
would not bo an unreasonable feu for
his services. But in the morning, the
sum seemed so great for ono-day's
work, that he feared to ask it. 1
In this frame of mind, while walking
out towards tho steamer which was to
carry oil' the cotton, he mot tho specu
lator. "Well, Mr. Geigor, that was a good
day's work' you did for mo yesterday"
said tho client, taking from his pocket
a large roll of bank-notes.
Holding up ono kneo, he thereon
counted off i.llve-huudred-dnllar bills,
and without looking up at tho lawyer,
asked, "Is that enough?"
Gciger looked on speechless for a
moment, but recovering himself, said,
with the habitual coolness of a law
yer, "I guess you had better lay on an
other!" It was laid on, and Geigcr, nutUnrr
tho two thousand five hundred dollars
in his pocket, said, "Good-by, sir."
The recently issued cousus bulletin
giving tho geographical moos of tho
states eorroeli nil error made In refer
ence to Louisiana nearly a century ago,
uy wnicu liio area of. that statu wits
mado to appear 2,600,000 acres less
than ll really is-a rather largo geo
graphical steal, being very nearly as
much as the entire stato of Connecti
cut, Tho correction advances L-julsi-nua
two places in tho rank of states,
from tho twenty-third to tho twenty
lint place, over the heads of Pennsyl
vania and Ten uosseo, hitherto consid
ered larger than Louisiana, but now
fouud to be smaller. .
Water for Btock in Winter,
Many farmers are heavy losers by
their neglect t6 supply Buitablo mean
to provide water for tlieir stock during
tho winter season. Somo fall into the
habit of allowing tlieir animals only
one opportunity during each twenty
four hours to obtain a drink. On this
occasion they oro often driven a long
distance to a stream or pond that is
covored iu part by snow and ico. When
this is the case a part of tho animals
are obliged to wait their turn, till they
have become completely chillod by tho
cold wind and tho snow about their
feet. The smaller and more fceble an
imals suffer most, becauso they aro
obligod to wait tho longest time. They
often becomo chilled to such an extent
that they decline to drink,and aro driv
on back to the barn to go without water
for another twenty-four hours. Their
food during this long period consists of
dry hay, straw, and corn fodder. Somo
farmers who havo water in their food-ing-yards
only pump it once a day and
expect their cattle to obtain their sup
ply at this time. Tho watering trough
is generally lined with iee on the in
side, and the ground about it is covered
with tho same material. Every animal
that obtains a .drink is subjected to a
chilling process while it is endeavoring
to quench its thirst Cattlo and horses
of different ages fight to obtain tho first
places to drink and the stronger obtain
the mastery. Tho longer the water
stands in tho trough the colder it be
comes by .its contact with tho ico, and
the smaller is tho amount drauk by tho
animals that havo waited the longest.
Tho auiniaU after drinking water that
is ico cold remain exposed to the wind
and storm aud often suffer very grcatlv.
Having but ono opportunity to obtain
water during the day, they generally
drink more than is g' od for them.
Animals of all kinds should bo al
lowed an opportunity to obtain water
at least twice every day in winter. All
animals, men included, desiro less wa
ter in cold than in warm weather,
but when all the food is dry a consider
able amount of water is required to
moisten it and to supply the demands
of the system fr lliinls. All persons
know tho injurious effects of drinking
a large quantity of water at a time. It
is as injurious to the inferior animals
as to men. Water obtaiued from any
other source than a spring will be ne
cessarily quite cold iu the winter, but it
need not bo cold as ico and snow will
make it. The watering trough should
bo emptied after all tho stock had drank
so tiiat no ice will form in it Pains
should also bo taken to draw off the
water in such a manner that it will not
form ico on the ground where the stock
will stand to drink. It is always desir
able to havo the watering-place located
undercover, and thus protected from
tho winds aud storms. It is best to
havo the space around it covered with
plank that can bo kept clear of ice and
snow. Many dairymen and jiorsemen
have found great advautago in bring
ing water into their barns and stables
for use during tho winter season. Ihis
may generally bo done without great
trouble or expense when spring-water
can be obtained and conveyed through
pipes. The water is comparatively
warm and a supply can bo had by sim
ply turning a stopcock. Tho cattlo
and horses can bo turned out to drink
ono ut a time, and allowed to return to
their stalls when they aro done drink
ing. By this arrangement the animals
can obtain water without being ex
posed to tho cold, and without being
subjected to tho danger of being
hooked, pushed about, or of slipping
on tho ice. Animals watered under
cover during severely cold weather aro
not likely to contract colds or to suffer
from diseases of the throat and lungs,
if stucK is let out into an open yard to
drinK. during cold weather, ouly a small
number should bo turned out at once,
so that the opportunity for quarreling
may be obviated as far as possiblo. Dur
ing cold weather animals should bo al
lowed salt quite often, and it should bo
fed out iu tho morning, so that tho
thirst it produces may bo quenched be
fore they are tied up and deprived of
the opportunity lo obtain water.
The Lovers' Oar.
"Do wo have many lovers on the
street cars? Well, I should blush!
You'll see them get on somo chilly
nights when wo haven't a passenger
aboard. I go up front with tho driver
and tell him ghost stories. Tho sweet
'uns will nestle into a far corner, and
every onen iu awhile there'll be a
sniiiek, and she'll say, 'Oh, now you
shouldn't Just think, if anybody
hhould see us!' Then perhaps she'll
lay hor head1 on his. shoulder, and i
knew a fellow who 'onco rodo seven
blocks out of his way rather than dis
turb her. There's lots of Troy boys
who ope ml a good portion of their
week's 'iges riding to Lansingburg to
seo the dears. Yes, moro than you
havo any idea of. Tho last car down
they come back, and for that reason
it is called the lovers' car.' It's rich
to hear them relating the latest decep
tions they've told their innocent sweet
hearts, who, in many cases, havo an
other fellow in tho 'burgh.'" -Tro
The Mystery of Hotel Conversation.
Under nil ciicumstanecs, whether the
occasion bo ono of courtesy of condo
lence, joy or sorrow, an American
weaves into his speech idiomatio ex
pressions and conversational surprises
the more grotesque that they are so un
consciously delivered. Nothing is more
comical than the puzzled astonishment
of tho English tourist at the ordinary
conversation of steamboat and railroad
passengers In this country, and their
endeavors to reconcile the utterances of
the speakers with their utterly uncon
cerned ex pivssions.
"Waiter," said n guest at a hotel
breakfast table, in tho most matter-of-fact
way, and without changing a muscle
of his face, "these ilaunol cakes seem
to havo been slumped out of sole leather
by a steam die!"
"Yess'r" replied tho oquully uucon
"Just send up a plateful to my room;
I'll havo toy boots halfsolod with them."
continued tho matter-of-fact boarder,
as he sampled another dish.
"All right, sir;" responded tho im
perturbable waiter, as ho changed tho
But a couplu of Just arrived London
ers, sttllng a1) tho same table, wore pro
foundly myslllied, and even ordered
oakei to test their durability poisonal
lv. . .. . .
They aro burning brick in northern
Dakota with twisted hay. It is claimed
that a kiln of brick can be burnod in
twenty-four hours by tho use of this ma
terial. Such rapid progress is being made
with the Canadian Pacific railway that
it is expected that the harvest of south
ern Manitoba will be removed next year
It is reckoned that 6,000,000 pounds
of caoutchouc will be taken this sea
son from tho new 'India-rubber' region
discovered on the Bonl river in Bo
livia. C. E. Williams, South Deorfield,
Mass., from a dairy of ton Jersey cows,
betwoen October 3. 1S80, and Aug. 1,
1881, a period of ten months, obtained a
butter product aggregating about 2,838
With a population of but 2S.000.000,
England annually consumes 500,OK),0o0
pounds of cheese," while the Uuited
States, with a population of 50,000,000,
consumes only 275,000,000 pounds of
Tho excellence of flax grown in Ore
gon anil Washington territory has boon
so well demonstrated by several invoices
sent to Belfast, that a movement is mak
ing to extend its cultivation by Irish lin
en men, who proposo to manufacture
linen on Puget sound.
An Illinois farmer who koeps twenty
horses, some of them worth .1,500
each, writes that ho pastures them all
at times in fields fenced with barbed
wire, has done it for years, and had no
harm result from it Before turning
them out ho first leads them to the fence
and lets them rub their noses against
the barbs, and tho hint is sufficient
They know enough after that to keep
away from the fences.
Much attention has, in recent years
been given to tobacco growing in Ja
maica. In the Hamburg market, tho
most considerable in tho world for this
product. Jamaica tobacco is said to bo
thought inferior only to that of Havana,
excelling tho growth of somo parts of
Cuba, such .as St Jago and Manzanilio,
where tobacco, of lino quality, used
chiefly for homo consumption, is pro
duced. Tho tea plant has also been
tried in Jamaica with encouraging re
suits. Tho mammoth machinery to be used
at the lower falls of tho Genesee river
to condenso the air that -Is to bo used for
tho motive power of the Hydraulic Mo
tor company, in Rochester, is about
ready to begin work. Tho compressor
weighs 30,000 pounds, and is of im
mense power. The actual weight oi
water that will flow into tho pipe each
minute is 600 tons. This falls a dis
tance of over 50 feet, and tho power ob
tained is almost incalculable.
There aro three glass factories iu
Mexico two near tho capital making
window glass, and one at the Pueblo
manufacturing table ware. All the
window glass needed for homo use is
made in Mexico, but tho sand of tho
country is much contaminated with
mineral substances, and good articles ol
table ware cau not bo made. The Mex
ican glass is nil green, tho materials
for clear glass being unobtainable, and
tho demand for tho latter is supplied by
James Caird, the English statistician,
savs that in the ten years ending with
1871. 820,000 acres of grain land, nd
228,000 acres of green crop land in Great
Britain, Lad been converted into per
manent pasture, and the annual return
of 8,000,(XJ0, formerly derived from
these crops, had thereby disappeared.
Mr. Caird attributed tho agricultural
depression not to American competi
tion, but to bad seasons. Ho consider
ed that the burdens, difficulties, and
uncertainties of American agriculture
would always placo it at a disadvantage
with British agriculture in tho British
A Sioux Bill of Fare.
One of tho peculiarities of the latest
United States style of feeding tho noblo
red man is tho fact that ho is given
government rations, and at the saino
time appropriations are made which aro
supposed to maintain him.
Sometimes a wild Indian, who don't
know much about groceries and how
to prepare them for food, comes in and
draws his regular soldier rations in
this way. For instance, up in tho Sit
ting Bull country awhile ago an Indian
camo in from tin war-path, who had
never seen any of tho paleface style of
food, and drew his rations.
He made a light meal of unground
coffee the fust day, and as ho overato
and tho coffee swelled on him, ho had
difficulty in buttoning his pants around
the pain that ho had on hand.
lie felt very unhappy for a day or
two, but laid it to tho fact that bo
hadn't oxcreisod much, and tho conse
quent ennui aud iudigestiou resulting
As' soon as ho succeeded in getting
the interior department quieted down a
little ho tackled his ration of candles.
These he decided to parlwil in ordor to
avoid trouble from indigestion. Tho
dish was not so much of a glittering
success us he had anticipated, and as ho,
remorsefully picked the candlo-wicking
out of his teeth with a tent-pin ho mado
somo remark Unit grated harshly
on tho lesthulicciirs of those who stood
Ho then tried a meal of yeast powder
with vinegar. Ho ato tho yoast powder
and thon took a pint of extremely po
teut vinegar to wash it down.
At first thei'o was a feeling of glad
surprise in his stomach, which rapidly
gave placo to unavailing remorse.
A can of yeast powder in an Indian's
midst don't soom to bo prepared for a
pint of vinegar, and tho result of such
an iinfortunalo circumstance is not gratifying.-
Every little whilo a look of pain
would ooiuo over the features of the
noblo child of tho forest, and then ho
would jump about seventeen foet and
try to kick a cloud out of the sky. Thon
he would sit down and think over his
It took about a weok for him to got
back to where ho dared to get up an
other meal for himself. Then ho fricass
ed a couple of pounds of laundry soap
and ato that,
Soap Is all right for external purpos
es, or for treating a pair ol soiled socks,
but it does not assimilate with the gas
tric julco readily, and thoso who have
tried laundry soap as a relish do not
'soom to think that it will ever arrlvo at
any degree of prominence as ft", article
ol diet ...
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 Ears, and all ether Pains
No Prpp4Htlon on erth equals P r. Jacobs Oil u
t wife.turr, timile m rlirup Kx'.iriml Ktmnly.
A trial enUiiU but thu cninHiralivt'Iy trilliu outlity
of 50 Onlt, and every otic nnti-riug wuh pain
can bare chrnp and pcxitiTe proof of lu claum.
Direction tn Eleven I-anpunrin.
BOLD B7 ALL DROGOI3T3 AND DEALEE8 IX
A.VOGEUGR & CO.,
JialUnwrc M4 V. M.
Fol lows' 1 1 vpoj 1 io hi tcs.
I a comhlniitloD of IIvp(iphei.i)iltei, orlu'lunted
by me Id (.'anuria wtillv un kr tlie proct:f at pulmo
trnry concunipllon. ttad which him mure been em
ployed by the medical proleiMon thmuL'liout Amer
ca and Knu'laiul llh ntiirtrt'drnrd imcce-.
It cotiUinc i lie c!omciit m eutlal iu the animal
organization, the oxlilizlui; a'i ie nn toiilcn.
Id comtimutlou with the ftimiiiatiru ut plios
phorns. poff Bcliii; the merit f li'-ti.j; ullflitly alka
line, and I diaper: ird Id die rouvecleut and palat
able furm of a cyrup.
It effect aro imia'ly viltle within twenty-four
hour and are marked by a MirmiMttonof the iiv
tlto, the digestion and afi'imilalinn. eLti riiii; di
rectly into ihe circulation ; it toncn thu nerven aul
mtifclf.; exerts a healthy action of me i rrvttuu ;
neither distiirlin the lutnat h nor injure then) Hem
under prolonged life, and may he discontinued at
any time without liiconvmenci ,
fn a word il riei.'e.t the hi 1 nnil nntn to arotiae
the MretiK'h, the 'tunic to ri'talti it. and merit of a
hti;h dejrt-u. Very reHpc'tdiliv,
JAMES I. KEU.OWS.
Ft D tint he. decel" d hy remedies bearing,
clmilar u;inie; no other pre pa aliuu le a cutMllluttt
for thin, under any clrcum'tam ei.
FOK SALE tJY tliaGGISTS.
you (offer from dya 'opMa, uo
JIURIKifK lil.OuD HITTEKa.
If you arc udllcted with tllioiifnei, tiee
Hl'KDOrK III.OOI) MITERS,
If you oro proctruU d with pick li udui e, tnkn
Iii:Hi)UCK W.OOI) ISITTKHS
If your bowel are dlf ordered regulate ihern wlih
UUKIiOCK IlI.lWU lUTTEitS.
If your blood I Immire, purify It with
Ill'HDOC.'K 11LOOI) II1TTKKH
If you have indirection, you will find an antldoiu in
HUUDUCK IfLOOI) IHTTEUS.
If you are troubled with "prlng cntnpla.nl, eradi
cate Ihum with ht'UDOCK III.OOI) D1TTEHS.
It your liver In torpid restore II, to healthy artlnn
with I1UKDOCKHI.001) HITTKilS,
If your liver I affected you will find n cliuro rentor
tlvoln IIUUUOCK IlLOO!) BITTEKS.
If yon have any specie of humor or pimple, fall
not to take IIUKUOCK IiLOOO I11TTKKS.
If you have any lmptnn of ulcer or crofuloii
ore, a curative remedy will be found In
witrxjcK itLoon wtteiW,
For lnipnrtlnx strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal ItUItDOCK III.OOI) UITTK1W.
For Nervous and General Debility, tune up .h
yt.em with 1HUKDOCK 11LOOI) UITTKUS
l'liU'ii fl 1'icii iiotti.k; TiiiALuorn.K, lUets, '
FOSTER, MIIiBl'ItN & CO.;' Prop'rs,
, UUFFALO, N. Y.
For lalu by PAUL O. 8CUU1I, )
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MaRK, The Oreiit Eng
lish reined V, Ait
unlntllni cure for
piUettcy ll nil all
o a Mtiqtlenco
r;"wj ; 7" los nl memory, id'ST
Before TSMKAfter Mini.
dlmnes of vision, premature old no, mid many
other dleae tuat lead to lusanltv,, consumption,
or a premature emvu.
tV'Kull particular In our pamphlet, which we
dulae to send free bv mall to cvcrvniie. ftyTha
Upeclllc Mudlcluo is oU) bv ull druggist at SI tier
packsue, or six packnue for t or will be lent free
bv mall on receipt of the moiiev, bv Addressing,
TUB UllAY MEDICINE CO.,
lluir-AU), N. f .
t Sold in Cairo bv Fitul Uuhalt. ,
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
It alone issue
-tipnlstinK that the contract of Insurance "shall
not he dbiuqted" after it I three year old,
and that uch pollcle shall be
on receipt of latlofactory proof of death.
it policy 1 clear aud concise, and contain
. B.-KKAD Y0UU POLICIES. Compare the
hi "'ruple form used by ihe Equitable with
.... uurium tvniracie loaoea aoWQ with
technlcalltle Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS .
to policy holder are
N. H. See the man letters from policy holder
exprssslng their gratiflcailon with the return from
Ibelr Tout-in- Saviso Kcnd Policis.
Assets Securely Invested'
Surplus Securely Invc-ted, nearly
4 IU MILLIONS.
K. A . BUKNKTT. Agent.
Office, corner Kth and Washington.
November 21, lstil. madw
" r f Ortat clunce to make mon
I 'I I I I 1 Thoe who) ways take
ill II 1 I I dvn,tfe of tht(?oodchn
l f li 1 t tnot cy that are
w -m-mMr 'offered, generally boeoine
wcalttir. while those who do
not improve such chances remain In poverty. We
want many men. women, boys and lrl to work for
n. rl'ht lu their ow n localltle. Any one cau do
the work propiirljr fr.iui lh Brut start. The bust
nw will pay more tnm tn time ordlnarv wacr.
Expuislve outfit furnished free. No uLe w:hu enua
W fall to maki money rapidly. Vnu can devote
your whole time to the work, or on'.y yo-.r spare
moment. Full Information and ail that 1 needed
ent free. Address StlnsoD A Co., PotUand, Main..
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv 1 Itli, 1877, Under the Law o
the stnteofllllnol. Copyrighted Julv
0, 1877, Under Art of Conuri is.
C. T. hi: !)!....
J. A. iOI,l8TINK...
.1 J. OUKDON.
JOHN C. WUIT...
K X KCUTIVE COM M ITTK K'
II. I.KK1IITON, L, h. TIIOMAH.
J. 0. WMTB, W. T. ITl'CllKK,
J. 8. HcUAllKY.
William Htratlon. of Miration A lllrd, wholesale
(.Toners j Paul (1. Hchuh, wholesuluaud retail druu
uisl; Uazeu Lelnhton, commlitlon inerchaut ; Js.
8. Mr.Unhny, lumber dealer; J, J, Uordon, phy
IcIrii; J. A. (lulilstltie, of Onldstlne At Knsenwaler,
whnlesitle and retail dry kooiIs, etitj VV'ni.F. Pitch
er, tfeneral aKunt; lliinry It. Kills, city printer anil
book binder ; Cheiley llaynes, Conner; Jno. (),
Whltii, asslHtiuit seeretery and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and drain; F, Dross, presi
dent Alexander County Dunk; (1. W, Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cvru Cloo, ifetieral
annul; Thomas Lewis, soc.rolary and tturnev at
law; L, 8, 'I hiinnis, broom manufacturer; W, V
Uussel, contractor ami builder; C. T, lluild
Kmt O. Ht. L. N, O. ralluoadiMosu Phillip rar
nnuinr; ll.A. Chumlilsy, cnniractor, Cnlru, Ills.,
itnv. ,f, Mpnncer, elerRvtiian.Htlrfiul, Mi, J. II,
Hethiino, circuit clerk, Ullssisslppt county, Charle
ton. Mo.; J. II Moore , lawyer, l.'oiumerco, Mo.'
I), Hlnulntarv, phvlclnn, A rllnelun, Ky.i j, y.
Tarry, phvstclan, Fullnii, Kv. Win. Itynti, fitrmer,
Wurrv,Kv.A. Htelnhac.h, niatinlclurtir of sad
dlsrv, Kvanvlllu, Inil.lko Anderson, secretary
to iitjiertnfmjdent 0. 8t, L, A N (), railroad. Jack
on, Tehn.) J. 8. llobortaim, phvslc.lan, w liltu
vil u.Tenn.i Tlioma A. Osborn, harness tinker,
Ilollvar.Tenn i Win. L. Walker, "Dixie Advor
tlslugAen3," llollv Surlnes.MI.
ribuliie now tiflforethnptihllo
You ran mak uionev fasier at
work for ii than l iuivtliln
else, Capltsl nnl needed. Wu
will itart you. kllii dav and
upward made at home by thu
Indiistrlou men, wnmeu, boy and girls wanted ey
erywhnru to work for us, Now I the time, You .
cn work In pre tlmo only or tlv" your wholotlmu
to the business. You can Hvu at home anil no tlio
work, No other business wltl pay you nearly a
well, No on cau rail to make euormoti pay by
oiigaiilnR at once. Coatlyotiint and term free.
Moner mado fast, easily nd honorably. Add re