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Live Stock and Agriculture.
Yount cows ilo imt rive rw rich milk
us do those of imituro ao. A lean
cow gives poor milk and a fat one rich
Kw'i sheep dry under foot. This is
oven more necessary than roofing them.
1 Never let sheep eland or lie in mud and
A fanner of experience in wool-growing
says there Is more money in grow
ing wool at even t wenty cents per pound
than loaning money at ten per cent, in
' - Wintering bees in cellars seems to lie
an improvement over wintering them
outside. The bees consume -less honey,
have less loss, and are healthier in the
Tear blight has in several instances
been ' arrested in afl'eeted trees by syr
inging them wit li a weak solution of
potash, and in some eases it has proved
a preventative when applied to the
Hoth for its effect upon fattening and
upon health it small amount of wood
ashes -should lie given to swine. The
food without this is rich in phosphoric
acid, but 1ms little lime, and the equiva
lent should be thus supplied.
One reason w hy our wheat crops are
only about half as much per acre as in
England is because the British farmer
employs sheep as grain-growers, while
witli us' sheep are only considered as
wool or mutton makers.
Too much attention cannot be paid
to the cleanliness and ventilation of
stables and pens. To insure the health
and comfort of animals they must be
kept dry and warm, and have plenty
of light, as well as pure air and water.
To get a gear wheel off a shaft, upon
which it has been shrunk, take it to the
foundry and pour some melted iron
around the hub, and it will heat and ex
pand so'juickly there wilMie no time for
the shaft, to get hot, and the gear will
come oil" easily.
A lady correspondent of the Country
QciUkman claims that hy dipping the
joint or lleshy end of turkey, geese or
chicken wings into a strong solution of
copperas they are made moth proof, as
well as more durable than when treated
in the ordinary way.
To pinch off the tip of a shoot is not
to produce a shock, but to ehange.not to
impede, but to send the flow of the sap
in other directions, by which the fruit is
benefited, while the leaf power is not
materially interfered with, the auxiliary
leaves alfording the needful supply.
Farmers should endeavor to sell as
little as possible of that which conies
mainly from the soil, and as much as
possible of that w hich conies from the
atmosphere. Mutter anil fat stock sold
will improve a farm, while cheese, milk,
aud lean slock sold will keep the farm
lean unless manure or fertilizers are
An English ivy grown in the house
should bo trained'in such a manner that
it may be taken down at least once a
, weekand be carried to the kitchen sink
or other appropriate place, and there re
ceive a good syringing of its foliage.
Moro frequently 'it may lie sponged, and
it will repay by its beautiful appearance
and bcallhfulncss the extra care be
stowed upon it.
In Denmark, in the management of
the dairy, rape cake, oals and wheat
bran are reckoned as first-class butter
foods, palm-nut cake and barley is second-class
food, while linseed cake, m as
and rye are placed in the third-class.
By the employment of lirst and second
class foods, with cut straw, hay and
roots, an abundance of excellent butter
is produced throughout thu winter.
Slavery was abolished in Spain In
Sir Walter Haleigh was executed in
Cicero, Rome's greatest orator, was
' bom 109 IS. V. -
The colon, in printing, does not occur
Locke, the great English metaphysi
vimi, died in 170-1.
A riea-lisher was au officer iu the
liisiM'liold of Kdward III.
In H7i William Caxton introduced
printing into England.
Tho rruMtiun monarchy was declared
established in 1701.
An air gun was made for Henry IV.
is Normandy in MM.
The order of the garter was instituted
Sn 1348 by Edward 111
The lirst Russian cmlnwsy arrived in
London in February, 1M7.
James L introduced the unicorn Into
the English coat of arms.
Trot S. H. Moiw the inventor of thu
telegraph was born in 17'J1.
,( The first Scotch martyr to tho re
formation was brought U) the stake iu
Chancer received a pitcher rf wlijo
every day from tho cellar of Edward
Charles Mattel, who defeated theSar
. Menu In tho baltlo of Toiirx, TM, died
; ; in 741,
Calling the hour by watchmen Is a
distort eald to have bad its ri.se In Uer-
What They Eat in Japan, .
M. T. Van Uhren, our Consul fleneral
at Japan, presents In a lMuo Rook some
Interesting facts in regard to tho food of
tho Japanese people. With a population
of !K,),(M)0,(M)0, there is to bo found in tho
whole country but little more than 1,
000,000 head of cattle. Of these only
600,000 can be tonsiderod lit for food.
Therefore, there aro but 2 head of cattle
for each 100 people, whereas in tho
United States wo have for 100 mouths
73 cattle to fill them. Japan slaughters,
hawuver, 8(1,000 head of cattle, moro
than one-half of which is eaten by tho
foreign population, tho rest being con
sumed by tho Japanese navy and army.
Mutton and pork are, outside of the
treaty ports, almost unknown. Fish en
ters largely into the food of tho people.
Mr. Van "Ibiren mentions that "cod,
salmon, herring, mackerel, salmon trout,
carp, eels, skate, mullet, catfish and
plaice, are plentiful and cheap." It is
known that the (jovcrnnient lias taken
active measures iu regard to lish-cul-
ture. and endeavors in every way to
increase the nroductsof tho sea, sendin
for all American publications on these
tonics. Tho Consul states that "one-
half of the people eat fish every day,
one-quarter two or three times a week,
and the balance perhaps once or twice
a month." It is their habit to eat a
great many varieties of fish raw. Rut
the Japanese are more essentially vege
tarians than even the Chinese, and all
the land and ,inarino plants, with tho
tubers, seem to be placed under contribu
tion. Among exceptional food plants,
Mr. Van Huron mentiousnn acorn which
grows on a small bush three or four feet
high; "it has less sugar than the nut
from the chestnut tree Vf America, but
has the merit of being fi po from astring
ent and bitler qualities. Large quanti
ties of these nuts are gathered, dried
and ealen by the people in various ways."
This edible acorn would be worthy of
introduction into this country. We hear
a great deal about glucose and dextrine
in the United States, and wo find from
Mr. Van Huron's report that tho Japa
nese use in large quantity a substance
which they call ame. "This is a pre
paration made from malted barley and
rico or millet, the malt converting the
starch of the rico or millet into dextrine
and maltose, and the product varying
from a thick sugar or honey up to a
hard candy." This nmo is sold at a low
price, and its consumption is very large.
American Students at Gottiugen
It may be noticed what encourage
ment the freedom and elasticity of tho
(ierman university system give to for
eigners in search of higher education.
Great numbers of English and Scotch
graduates are to bo found in the differ
ent universities of Germany, continuing
their studies from the point at which
our own universities leave them. An
instance of a German graduate coming
to Oxford or Cambridge to complete his
education is scarcely, 1 should think, on
record. Hut tho most important and
constant foreign clement in the Ger
man universities is the American. For
one American who comes to an English
university probably three hundred go to
Germany. In fact, the upperclass stud
ents in America hardly regard their
education as complete till they have
spent a year or tat a tfcrman univer
sity. At the larger universities, such as
Berlin and Leipsic, thero aro always
great .numbers of Americans; but even
at the comparatively small university of
Oottingen there is a stable contingent.
The, American colony, as they call tltem
selvcs at Gottin";en, have a regular or
ganization, A book is kept, in which
all new-comers aro enrolled, and tho
colony is presided over by tho American
of longest standing, who is called "the
ratnarch. It is Ins duty to look out
for new arrivals from the States; assist
them, if necessary, in finding lodgings,
and introduce them to the colony. Every
Saturday evening a "kneipe" meets m
proper German student stylo, and hos
pitality Is olten extended, as i nave rea
son gratefully to acknowledge, to Eng
lishmen and other foreigners. The books
of the colonist date from the early part
of this' century, and contain, among
other illustrious names, that of Ralph
Waldo Emerson. Fruiter's Mayszinc.
Au Old-Fashioned Sohool-Mabter.
Says a writer in tho Burlington Free
7Vc.fi: Mr. Lamb taught and lived in
tho basement room which Mr. Arthur's
family had occupied. To assist his ta
ble he cultivated tho spare ground of
the lot west of the academy. It was in
potatoes ami vegetables, among which
onions, which he affected, were con
spicuous. One afternoon iu the fall he
and a big boy (Horatio Loomis) went
out and gathered the onions. The har
vest ended, they returned. The teacher
immediately sliced a number of onions,
and spread them upon the .stove lo
roast. Very soon he picked up a rosst
cd slice, and offered it as a treat to the
boy. Although it is over fifty years
agi I laugh as I see the erect form and
curled lip of young Loomis, and hear
his answer, "lioastedonion! No, thank
on. 1 d as leave oat a parched mon
Jonathan Lamb was a mostfcigcnious,
eccentric, and excessive whippcr. For
instance, one day, to expedite business,
he put George (Governor Van Ness's
son) and self, together with one or two
other little rats, as many as ho could
stick on, across his knees. Then, with
each cut of a little rawhide, he whipped
four at once. Such wholesale punish
ments were necessary under his system.
Otherwise ho might not have go'
through 'with his whippings. .One of
Mr. Lamb's favorite methods was to
make a 1oy lie, back down, on the floor.
Then lifting tho culprit by his arms aud
legs -the extremities of which he
bunched for tlic puritoHo-ho swung him
stern foremost, against the wall. When
tho boy had boon thus Mitlicicntly
bumped he was sent to his seaL When
a largo boy was to bo thus dealt w;ith,
ho called on some big boy to assist,
During the whipping process, ho ofleii
hUiJfed his tongue well into his left
check, seemingly to strengthen his ef
forts. Tlmu the left eye was shut tight,
and tho right joyo severely opened.
Tongue and eye being Jn lino, punish
ment began. His itpHitnvico on ouch
occasions was exceedingly ludioioiia.
The New York police commissioners
modestly ask for $:V102,180to run three
thousand policemen during tho year of
grace 1. . ,
CAIRO BILLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1882
Got the Dollar,
" Ho lectured on "Tobacco aid Its Per
nicious Effects!" He tohl of tho discov
ery of tobaccohow Sir WalUr Raleigh
had water thrown on him by Ilis servant,
who imagined his master wis on liro
when ho saw the smoke coiniigfrom his
mouth. All this and more ho told in
graphic terms. Ho then went on:
."Tobacco in its ordinary state the
pliig is a powerful poison. It will do
what few other poisons will do.
"Now, ladles and gentlemm, let mo
show you an experiment. I will call
from this audience a boy. Wo willtako
ono who looks as though he never smok
ed." '"John, coino up 'here" ho called
to a small boy, who lookedtho picture
of innocent health, as thangh tho foul
weed had never touched hii lips.
"John, did vou ever sniukeP"
"No, sir," John replied, vith a smile
that was "childlike and blaiid."
"Now, John, you say yofi have never
will take this nicco of tobacco as lanro
as a iiea, put it in yournronth, and chew
it. Don't let one drop go down your
throat; spit every drop into the spittoon,
but keep chewing don't stop, but chew
"Now, gentlemen, beforpho is done
with that pieeo of tobacco as largo as a
pea, simply squeezing tho juice out of it
wuiioui swallowing ono urop, no win
lie there in a cold, death-like perspira
tion. You will put vour fingers on his
wrist and find no pulse; and so ho will
seem for two and three hours."
Innocent-looking John took a seat in
a chair, aud having the spittoon placed
near him, put tho pieeo of tobacco in his
mouth and began to chew.
The audience by this time was very
much interested. They craned their
necks forward to get a glimpse oi tne
bov lviiiL' there "in a cold and death-
lik'e'nersoiration" but thev didn't. Not
Ho sat there with a calm and solemn;
smile, and chewed and spit, and spit ami
.,l..,itr,.,l rri,n 1i4 Hit ,tt lnmrtll fc'llil
vui:ii uii. x iiv I,..-. .......
"Ah, that was a mistake! I gave him
a piece that was, too mild; it should have
been stronger," and ho handed tho boy
Tho bov took it contentedly. In fact
he seemed to enjoy it is as much as
though it had been strawberries and
cream or green apples. His jaws work
ed like a stone-breaker.
Tho lecturer was dumbfounded.
"John," said he, ."are you sure you
"Yes, sir; I never smoked; but I kin
chew moro tobacco than you kin shako
a stick at."
Tho lecturer concluded that it was
best to give his prodigal illustration tho
dollar ho promised and let him slide.
The Precept of Ohoek-
When the boldness and ingenuity of
the reporter encounter the craft and tno
brass of the stock speculator, tne specu
lator cots (lie worst of it. A New York
reporter, named Ravniond, is sail! to
have achieved what is regarded as next
to an impossibility an interview with
Jay Gould. In answer to one question
as to a certain railroad project, Gould
professed absolute ignorance. "Well,"
said Raymond, '1-dtell you something
about it 'if I weren't afraid you'd 'give
away' to the World or Tribuno." "I'm
not renrc! in"; . for either paper." said
Gould, with a sniiln. "No," said tho
reporter, "but i believe they are report
mr for vou." That reporter will suc
ceed. Ho believes in the precept: "If
any one turns his cheek toward you turn
to him tho other also." It is hardly-
surprising to learn that so accomplished
an interviewer discharged himself trom
the Herald before the managing editor
had time to do it, after ho threatened it,
and Ls now an American correspondent
of tho London Times.
Eccentricities of Fashion
Simplicity in dress is tho rule that
governs the devotees of fashion this seat
son, and the richer the material the
more simple the dress. To the eye of
man not to woman the dress looks
inexpensive, and then he wonders why
his wife cannot dress in this way, and
not draw so extravagantly upon his
purse. One of tho handsomest dresses
worn at an entertainment in Paris was
a simple robe of white muslin, with a
blue sash, and the cost of tly; whole is
said to be six dollars,, This is ono of
the stories that sonic Parisian women
thought they would inquire into, and
proposed to themselves the problem
how women who set the. fashion could
dress themselves so as to be distinguish
ed from other women, and yet employ
only the commonest stulfs. Fourteen
ladies competed, and the prize was
awarded unanimously to the wearer of
this costume. A dress of scouring cloth,
lined with red, frininied with lace, unci
embroidered with wilil-llowers on a gold
ground, short sleeves, skirt 1 rimmed with
Valenciennes. pHrnsol, shoes and gloves
to match, This was a simple costume
made only of scouring cloth, and yet,
when finished cost over threo hundred
Winter fishing deserves a brief no
tice. As it Is carried on only through
tho ice, it is almost confined to the
frozen inlets of the south shore of tho
Georgian Hay, to Burlington Ray, and
the Bay of Quintc. In Winter a passen
ger by the Great Western Railway will
notice on (he ico near Oakvillo and on
Burlington Hay a largo numbered! small
wooden houses, about four feet square,
and just high enough to allow of a man
standing upright. These houses have
no windows. Under each of theso
square boxes is a hole through the Ice.
This hole the fisherman sits and watches
with all the eagerness displayed bv a
polar bear watching a seal-hole. It is a
cold operation, but sometimes a pot sus
pended above the ico and containing a
fire affords n little warmth, Tho fishing
through this hole is dono either with
hooks or fork-like spears. On the Geor
gian Hay inlets Indians and half-breeds
are the fisherman -not white men. The
mode is primitive. Tho little houses
aro not jised, but the Indian, crouching
down on tho lee, covers his head and
the hole with a blanket, so as to exclude
as much as possible any light; except
that which conies through the ice. Tho
amusement , is a grim one, and brings
4yf. little return to "Poor Lo." Some
times, however, a small wigwam 1
pitched ovtr ilie hole, and a little more
comfort in enjoyed by tho Vnely fisher
man. ' . '
Tounq, middle aged, or old men, suf
fering from nervous debility and kindred
weaknesses, should sonu two stamp tor
urge treaties, giving successful treatment.
World's Dim-icnraiiy Mebical Associa
tion, Buffalo, N. Y.
The constant occurrence of terrible
results from employing vitriol as a moans
i.f vcmrcancu has Induced the author!-
ties of Paris to take sAeps directed to re
stricting its sale, lleueeforth, by order
of the prefect of police, no vitriol is to
be sold to any ono unprovided either
with a physician's prescription, or a
permission from a polioo superintend
ent. Da. R. V.'Pikiu'K, Buffalo. N. Y: Dear
Sir: I have advised many ladies to try
your "Favorite Prescriptiou" and never
see it fail to do moro man vou auveruse.
Yours truly, Mns. A. M.Rannin
141 Bates street, Indianapolis, Ind.
The Rector A gentleman I know
slightly is coming down from London,
Farmer Groggins. Do you think you
could board and lodge hiiu for a, while?
Farmer Groggins O, yes, sir. Tho
RcctorI believe you will find bim to
bo an immensely studious and deeply
religious young man. Farmer Groggins
-lh which case, begging your pardon,
sur, I expos my money iu advance
If yoo aro bilious, take Dr. ' Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets," the original
"Little's Liver Pills." Of all druggists.
Tho president has signed a bill which
provides that, in case a holiday falls on
Sunday, the day following shall bo ob
served as such in the District of Colura
A puue, wholesome distillation of witch
hazel, American pine, Canada fir, marigold,
clover blossoms, etc., fragrant with the
healing essences of balsam and of pine.
Such is Sanford's Radical Cure for Catarrh.
Complete treatment for $1.00.
The insect world having collapsed, it
is now safe to put your screen doors :uid
windows away in the coal shed, whero
you can fall" through them on dark
nights when you go afler fuel. If
screens were only as deadly on flies as
they are on the man who tries to stick
his nose through them in the dark,
there wouldn't be an able-bodied fly in
Tna components of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup are daily prescribod by the ablest
physicians, whoso success is due to tho
specific influenco of thuso components.
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup skillfully prepared
for immediate use, is nr sale by all drug
gists. I strongly recommend the use of Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of IlypnphosphiUs
to all who suffer in any way from disease
or weakness of tho Lungs, Bronchial Tubus,
or gpneral debility.
J. H. W. Scott, M.D., Gagetown, N. B.
The Fat Boy In Pickwick
probably had good teeth, seeing that he so
speedily demolished tho most substantial
provender on tho ahorUst notice. Nothing
execptinc a irood appititc so conduces to
tho pleasures of earth as a good set of
grinders. To possess them, use SOZp-
DOM, the grpat dental invigorator and
beautifying agents. Yellow, tartar covered
teeth grow pearly white and the gums ac
quire ruddiness and form a pleasing con
trast to the snowy hue of the teeth when
it is used.
A nasal t.NJECTOK free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
anceson trial tor ill) days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor nnd manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Mothers ! Mothers 1 ! Mothers ! 1 !
Are you disturbed at nipht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Hoothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; thero is no 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 givo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sajo to use in all cases, aud
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best femalo
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Bold everywhere. 23 cents a bottlo.
Oveu 200,000 IIowo Scales havo been
old. 8end for catalogue to Borden, Sellcck
& Co., General Agents, 8t. Louis, Mo. (3)
Why will yoo cough when Shiloh's
Curo will give immediate relief. Prico
10 cents, TiO cents aud f 1. 11
Allen's Braiu Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. ft for S. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Shiloh's Cataiuui Remkdy a positlvo
curo for Catarrh, Dlptheria aud Catikor
'Hackmiitack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume Prico 25 and 60 cents. 13
Ana you maiuc miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Hkin? Shiloh's yitalizor, is a posl.
tive cure. JQ
FiPKOor gray hair gradually recovers ita
outhlul color and lustre by tne uso o
'arker's Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing
admired for Its purity and rich perfume.
v I. I.
Shiloh's Cukk will immediately relievo
Croup, Whooping cough and uron
chitis. 14 ,
(, Tue beauty and color of the hair may he
afely regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearlinest and dandruff eradicat
Fon Dysphasia and Livor Comolaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalitcr. It never fails
to euro. 15
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !.
Pitt inn; of
t'lcera purified aud heal
ed. Gangrene pre
vented and cured.
Wounda healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured In abort
Tetter dried up.
It In perfectly harmleta.
Fur pure throat It la
ei) re euro.
Ship lever prevented ly
In caret of death In the
house, it ahonld al
waya bo ued about
the corpse It will
preveui. auy unplc-m-ant
Miiell. An anti
dote for antmul nr veg
etable poison, ating!),
Dnniieroua eflluviaa of
flck rooms and taosplt.
ala removed hy lta use
Yellow fever eradicated.
E R ADICAT E D
Die rooing puriiiuu aim
Fevered anil nick per
aooH rulluvod aud re
frained by bathing
Klnld adilud to tliu
Bart wlillo complexion
ancurud by ita uue In
bath I he.
Impure air md hnrm-li-aa
and puritled by
To purify tha brnath,
clean kj the teeth, It
can't bt pnrpafHcd.
Catarrh relieved and
Burna relieved inntntly.
Beam prevented .
Hi-movea all unpleanaut
In Tact it la the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
ManufdCturiDH Chemists, SOLB rUOPIUKTHS.
la a combination of Itypopbosphltes, originated
by ma in Canada while under the process t pulmo
nary conaumpllon, and which has ntnee been cm
ployed by the medical profession throughout Amor
ca anjni;Und with unprecedented success.
It cBritalns the elements ns-cutlal to tha animal
organization, the oiirti.iun agent and tunica.
In combination with the "ttiiitila luc fluent phos
pliorus, possessing the merit ufbelntf s!l..'lit!y alka
line, and Is dispensed In the convenient and palat
able form of a syrup.
Its effects are uiiia ly visible wlthiu twenty-four
hours and are marked bv a stimulation of the appe
tite, the digestion and assimilation, cnterinu di
rectly Into the circulation; it louss the nerves and
muscles: exerts a healthy if Hod of tbe secretions;
neither disturbs the stomach nor ii lures the system
under prolonged use, aud may he discontinued at
any t.me without tncouveiilenr,,
In a word It possesses Uie stimulants to arouto
the strength, the tonics to reUm it, and merit of a
blirb decree. Very respectfully,
JAM KS I. FELLOWS.
1 W Da not hm deceived by remedies heartriir a
similar Dame; no other prepii atlun Is a substitute
for this, under any circumstances.
FOK BALE BY PIIUGGISTS.
yon suffer from dys epsla, no
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yon are afflicted with biliousness, use
Hl'IlDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS,
If you aro prostrated with sick headackn, take
BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTEHB
If yonr bowcli ate disordered regulato them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS.
If yonr blood la Impure, purify tt with
BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
If yon have Indication, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon aro troubled with spring compla.nts, eradi
cate them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver la torpid restore It to healthy action
With BURDOCK ni.OOl) BITTERS,
If your liver Is affected yon will find a shuro restor
ative lo BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any species of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD 1H TTJCltu.
If von havoanTslmPtoniaofnlcBra or acrofuloua
aorea, n curutivu remedy will he fonnd in
. BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For ImpartlnR strength and vitality to the system,
nothlnjr can ciptnl BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
Fur Nurvoua and Oetieral Debility, tone np the
aysteni with JBURDOCK BLOOD B1TTKUS
Pimm 91 pan otti. ; Tiiial iiotti.ks, Rittn,
FOSTER, MILBUItM CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
lfor salo by PAUL (J. 8CI1UU, tt)
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADK MARK, Tho Oreat Eng
lish remedy, Au
nnlulllnfl curu for
potency and all
as a sequence
or lelfnbuse; as a,
Before HZZTZA Uiu
itias r iniinifirw. c -."Vj
dimness of vision, nrenmluro old ami. st d man
otljiir dljteasi't that lead to lusaultv, consumption
or a prematura crave.'
(WKull particulars In our pamphlet, which wo
(les I an to send freebv mail to overvona. I'WT'tie
Hpncldo Medicine s sold nil dmirtrtsls at 91 tier
paoaaire, or eli packaue for 5, or will be sunt Iroa
DV mall on receipt 01 me money, nv anoressinu
TUB UKAY MKDIOINE CO.,
Hold Id Cairo bv Paul .
120 Broadway, New York,
. of any Life Inuurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alone Issues
stipulating that the contiact of lusurauce "shall
not be dlsonted" after It Is three yeara old,
and that such policies shall be.
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Its policy Is clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-RKAD YOUR POLICIES. Compare the
short and simple form used by the Equitable with
the long and obscure coutracta loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller bolderaare
N. B. Seethe man letters from policy holder
eilrsln? their Kratiflcailon with the returui from
their Tontixh SaviNoa Kumd Pouch.
Ueoituso of ita
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Inve'ted, nearly
K. A. BUIiVNKTT. A Kent.
Office, corner lith and Washington.
November i'l, USl. nvUvr
"J r Oreal chance to make mon
I 'I 1 I I 1 er Thuu who always take
I - I II l I I advantage of the i;oodcban
J I J J jfes to make nw.uy that are
wea!t r.whilethose who do
not improve snc.h rhsticts renuin in povertT. We
Whiil many men, womeu, boys and stria to workfoi
usrU'htin their own localities. Any one can de
tb work properly fram the first start. The busl
n ss will par more than ten limes ordinary wat-ee.
Expensive outfit furnished free. o ote who cops
gen fails to make money rapidly. You can devote
your whole time to the worn, or only yonr spare
momenta. Full Information si.d all that Is needed
sent free. Address 8tlusou & Co.. PouUnd, Maine.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSCR-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv ltth, 1B77, Under the Lawi o
the mate of Illinois. Copvrlgbted'JulT
0, 1877, Under Act of Cuiifrcfi.
P. O. 8CIIUII President
C. T. RL'DD. .. . -. Vice President
J. A. UOLtJSTINB - Treasurer
J.J. GORDON.. Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Hecretar-
JOUN C. WU1TB Assistant Secretary
KXKC UTI VK COM M 1TTEK'
It, LEIOIITON, L. b. THOMAS,
J.O.WU1TE, W . r.PlTtllKR,
William Htratton.cfStrtaton A Bird, wh.-leaale
Kroccrs ; Paul O. Schilta, wholesale nnd retail dm.
gist: Uajeu LclMhton, cor, mission inerrhunt; Jai.
B. McOahey, lumber dealer; J. .1, tiordon hhvi.
Iclan; J. A. (joldstlne, of Oi.ldstho ft R,,sriwuter,
wholesale aud retail dry floods, l( . Wm p.tcn:
er, general mti Henry U. Kills, 0ty pmier and
book binder; Chesloy Haynes, tWef: Jno. C.
Whlio, assistant secretary and solHtor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In four and irraln; P. Iross. prest.
dent Alexander County Bunk; (i. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cynu (!loso. Knerai
Kont; Thomas Lowls, secretary and atornev at
law; L, H, Thomas, broom manufacturer. v'. K
Kussel. contractor and builder; C. 1 Kudd
aenl U. Kt. L. AN. O. rnllaoad ;Mosne Plilll1u,,.ul..
pentcr; II. A. Chiimhley, contractor, Cairo, IDs ,
Rev. .). Bpencer, clrrvman,Ht UMlls, Wo.; . u
Betbuno, clrcull clerk, Mississippi comity, Cha-l0g
ton. Mo.; J. II. Mooro , Ittwver, Commerce, M, .
I), Hinitlutiirv, pbvslclan, Arlington, Ky. t J. y
Tarry, phvslclau, Kulton, Kv.; Win. Ryan, farmer'
Murrv, Kv. ;A. Stelnhac.h, inanitlactiirur of sud
dlerv, Kvanavlllo, lnd. ; Iku. Anderson, enr.retary
to superintendent C. St. L. A N O. railroad, Jack
ion, Tenn.? J. H. Robertson, phvslctan, White
ylllu, lenn. Thomas A. Oshorn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Tenu. i Wm, L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Agun 3 ," Uollv Surlm's, Misa
f lousiness now before the public
I I 1 Yon enn mako money faster at
work tor nstnan atanvunng
also. Capital uot needed. Wu
will start vnu. tsl'i a day and
upwards made at homw by tbo
Industrious- men, womeu, boys and Klrlswiutudt
erywhero to work for us. Mow li tho time. ' Yoli
Can work In spare time only nrfllvo your wholotlmi
to the business, You can Uvo at homo and 16 tho
work. No other business, will pay you nesrly as
Wall. No one can full to make enormous pay by
onuuglnK at onco. Costly outfit and term free,
Houevmadefaat. easily aud honorably. Addrvaa
Truo ACo., Auguilft, Main. ItHJB.
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