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INVAKIAUI.T IN IVAN(S,
AH Communications Mhould he addressed to
K. A. III! UN KIT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
S'imi Humor ami a Utile f'hlloMhy.
Sn.vs the San Francisco Vw: Our
renders may not bo ahlo to perceive
much ftm in tlio following, but rlmps
they may ritriki! iiiNleiul tt hiiihII deposit
oflioiucly philoHophy tliut will du us
lln was atnl), thin, careworn it ranker,
with scanty hair and tlie furrows of
trotilile una distress nturtin imtietin
braiieh mmls from tlm corners of his
eves nnd inoiitu; and us ho stepped from
llio ears at Murysville hn hurried up to
t!ie station-master and said, with fever
I'm coming to settle In this town. My
name is Azariah ZollicolVer, and I love
"Kli?" saidlho ngeni "dog fancier,
"No, no," rejoined thn new-comer,
impatiently; "I don't make a business
of it. I mean that dog-tighting is mere
ly my wea!:ness mv ruling vice don't
you hee?" and inquiring the way to the.
nearest hotel, the settler gathered tip his
belongings and departed, after lir-d per
tiimciouily introducing himself to the
ticket clerk nml porter, and informing
them each separately and confidentially
us to his dog-fighting predilections.
"Do you want one room, Mr. Zollieof
fer, or a suite?" asked the hotel ck-rk,
as the new-comer wrote his n:une in big
letters, with "San Francisco, (Ail.," its
his hailing place.
"1 don't want either," explained the
troubled-looking" wayfarer, anxiously.
"The fact is, I'm going to Kin-with a
friend here till I get started in bu-ine-is;
but n thifl was a sort of publi" place. 1
thought I'd just register, and stale to
you tliat Fin terribly fond of fighting
dogs - ju-t gone on it, a.s it were; it is my
"What tlj devil do I care about your
failings?" growled the autocrat of the
15 n t the promoter of canine warfare
bad already buttonholed the cashier, the
barkeeper nnd the bell-hoy, and was en
gaged m disseminating further informa
tion as to bis unfortunate peculiarity to
the loungers in the reading-room, when
the landlord suddenly collared him and
"Look a-here, mister! If yon think
you can come around hero with your
funny business und practical jokes,
you're off your nut. If you don't Ull
rue what you mean by all this gull" about
dog f:liti'ng, I'll staud you oil your
"Yes; what do you mean, you crazy
cus?" growled the crowd, gathering
"(lentletncn," said the man, linking
around him r.nllv, "I am sorry to be
obliged to explain, but I see there is no
help for it. I have been living in San
Francisco for the pat two years."
"Well, w hat of it?"
"The three years prior to tfcat I pased
in Sacramento; the four before that in
Chicago, still previous to which I had
resided in New Orleans, M. Louis ami
Cincinnati. From all of the place
1 was driven by calumny and slander."
What crime had joii committed?"
"None none whatever, gentlemen.
I am neither better nor hum than the
rest of mankind. Hut when a stranger
settles in a new place, everybody seems
to be on the lookout to give him a bad
character for (something. No matter
what his merits are, they ain't happy
until they can find some onemean thing
to say about him. and the first thing they
bit upon generally slicks."
"Does, ch?" said the crowd, which
had been deeply iuteroted.
"Yes, it does -and the more you kick,
the tighter they fuWen it on you, too. I
was run out of New Orleans-Fin a
dentist by profession -because they baid
1 had committed bigamy in Maine, never
was in Maine, cither. In St. Iuiis they
swore I had killed my grandmother in
carlv life; .in Cincinnati, that I was a
free" lover ami-politician; in Chicago,
that I gambled,, and had served ten
years in Sing Sing for burglary; at Sac
ramento I was a combiuation of l.rig
liam Young and Don Juan; while down
at 'Frisco somebody discovered that I
was coniidenco man, and smoked opt
tim.1' , , ,
"Wry likely," said several of the
listeners, witlni sigh; "very likely."
"So after they had most starved me
out down at tlie'hav," sighed the stran
ger," an idea struck me. I determined
to make ono more break somewhere,
else, ami to begin by starting ?,? own
" Your own "
"Exactly. I knew that just ono mean
thing to couple with a man's name was
about all most communities wanted; so
1 concluded to own up myself to some
thing that wasn't baa enough to hurt
my business, nnd vet enough for busy
bodies to work oft' their spite, with. I
therefore .selected dog-fighting, and Marl
ed for this towu. llow does (heschemo
SomcKifthe bystanders thought that
chicken-matching, pool or accordion
playing were preferable negative vices,
but the majority approved of the new.
And now, gentlemen," said the poor
fellow, sinking into a sent, while tho
tears stood In his appealing eyes, "tho
oiiestion Is, whether you will aid mo to
no business in your town on a tooth-pulling
and dog-fighting basis, or whether
you will betray me, and have- tho local
gossips rig mo out, ns an escaped con
vict, or a reformed Thug, before to-nior-row
Ami to the credit of our Inhuman na
ture bo it said that there was not a dry
cyo In tho room as they wont up, one by
one, to shako thostruggling man's hatut,
and to pledge themselves to stand by
lilm ns a simple dog-fighter.
For they know how It was themselves,
poor devilsthey knew how it was
THE . DAILY . CAJEO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOItNINO, JANUARY 25, lo82.
Vufulei'bilt University, Teim.
'As a disinfeutaut and detergent, Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is superior to
any preparation with which I am acquain
ted. II. 'f. LumiN, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys, Prophylactic Fluid purifies a foul
atmosphere, destroying the infectious germs,
gives relief and comfort to tho sick and pro
tection from contagion to these nursing.
In all cases of small-pox, scarlet fever,
diptheria, typhoid, yellow and relapsing
fevers its use will stop tho spread of infec
Prof. Schnlrp, of Oxford, says that
Scott apd Wordsworth wero tho two
greatest English poets of their time.
Queen Victoria delights in cold, and a
hot room or a prolonged ceremonial in
volving a crowd invariably causes her
to fcid faint and ill.
Head Darmaid: "These tarts aro
quite stale, Miss Hunt; been on the
counter, for a fortnight. Would you
mind taking them into the second-class
refreshment room?"' lunch.
An order posted nt llorucsllville, N.
Y., forbids any engineer or fireman
from running by the telegraph ollico
with the steam-cock of his engine open,
because the operators are thereby dis
turbed. The Caivin, Nev., Aral asserts that
not one in a hundred of the pioneers of
that state has ..ih that he can call his
own. The wealthy men of the state t
day ure those who went there after
Persons mailing printed matter or let
ters should he careful how they tear ofi
their stamps, the post-olliee department
having decided that postage, stamps
with fragments torn o!T them are inval
id. A Georgia clergyman, Mr. Ilaygood,
kius that it is incorrect to think that the
South, as a unit, fought for slavery, or
now regrets its extinction, con-ideiiu
that not one family in twenty ever own' d
A wife and mother suggests this mot
to as an excellent one lor the dining
room wall: "It is a good hor-etiial nev
er stumbles, and a good husband that'
Johnny was asked by his littio broth
er whether they were going to have
chicken for dinner -there came such a
smell of burnt hair from tlie. kitchen.
"No," said Johnny, "mother is only
singeing the hash." The Jiuhjc.
Judge L. IS. Harrigan, of Memphis,
Teim., h:us instructed the sheriff to seize
all the pistols, bowie-knives, stillctoes,
and other unlawful weapons left on de
posit at the several hotels of the city,
and to hold them as evidences of crime.
(iarihaldi is not the ignorant, unculti
vated man that many people suppose
him to he. He knuws many languages
and many literatures, and he is well
versed in "mathematics. Asa child, ho
was contemplative, poetic, and fund of
At house weddings the newest feature
is to have the bride and bridegroom
stand during the ceremony in a llonu'
grotto made of chrysanthemums, asters,
lilies, passion flowers, and smilax. The
ell'ect is too gorgeous fur anything, and
the whole arrangement just UxMoo lit
ter'v linn turn for our New York fashionables.--
.V. Y. Mail.
An Arkansas man shot his wife a few
days ago, because they disagreed about
n passage in the Bible. It is a fortunate
thing for tho New Testament revisers
that this Arkan-as man was not a mem
Ist of their committee. All the other
members would haw died with their
boots on before reaching the Acts of the
"Alice" writes to n New York story
paper: "A young man conies to see me
six ni'.'hts a week: should I consider it
as hem:: cnirau'eti
father ami mother, we stioiiM eea-nier
that she w as "engaged" allogt llier too
much, and tell the yung to curtail
his visits at both ends. - .Yom ow t
The lop slab on which will rot the
feet (.f the statue of Oeorgc Washieg'-m
al the New York sub-treasury, will be.
the same block of marble on which the
lirl president stood when inaugurated.
When the ojd Federal Hall in New York,
w here the lifs congress met, was taken
down, the stone was preserved. It is
now at tlie Beilcvue hospital.
An incident occurred in Uronklyn
from which two morals have heen
drawn. A young lady was carrying
her purse in her hand, along the street,
when a thief snatched it and ran. The.
young lady Marled in pursuit, nml
gained upon the man so rapidly that he
threw the purse down to save himself,
and she recovered it. Moral for ladies:
Learn to run, even nt the risk of being
considered fast, and keep jour pura in
'I Ray, Jeenis," drawled out our No.
I loafer, as he took nn extra braeo
against tho building, ,"why ain't you a
statesman? You have got talents; why
don't you use 'em?" "Welt, Jack,'''
lazily replied our No. 2 loafer, hitching
up his pantaloons, "I consider myself a
statesman, as 'tis. I've got all the nt
Iributes of a statesman except a salary;"
and he sighed- profoundly as he thought
how reckless the country was to try to
get. nlong without his services.
In Scotland the topic of a sermon or a
discourse of any kind is called by old
fashioned folks "its ground," or, ns they
would say, "its grund." An old woman
bustling into the kirk rather late, found
the preacher had commenAil, and
opening her Bible, nudged her next
neighbor with the inquiry "What's his
grund?" "O," rejoined tho other, who
happened to bo a brother minister, and
therefore a privileged critic, "he's lost
his grund long biuco, and ho'a just
!Sir Wilfred Lawson, tho great temper
ance lender in England, has a weakness
for Durham cattle ("short horns"), so
ho recently bought a bull of the" Duko of
Devonshire at an extravagant price. A
few days later tho nniinal was found
dead. 'Sir Wilfred was called, and after
looking at tho dead creature, turned
around and wrote this impromptu cho
rus: Hero lie Baron Oxford 01 b
(,)nl"t nnd .innl,
Jlicil liy ii Dulic nnd
tlnmrhl liy a fool.
The departments of police, health,
fire, nnd water In Boston aro managed
by paid commissioners appointed by
tho city council, but this has not .een
satisfactory, nnd a chnrigo of somo kind
fs about to be made. A comuiittco on
tho council advises lli at ono commis
biotjor in each department bo appointed
by the mayor to hold ollleo permanently,
nnu una iwo oilier inemiMMS ho chosen,
one each from tho aldermen and couti
cilmeii, the permanent commissioners to
Tcceivo salaries and tho . others not.
Their idea Is that this plan would con
centrate responsibility, secure greater
permanence in ollice, und yet give each
board a representative in both branched
of tho cily government.
At this critical period Ireland's two
dukes are faithful to their Irish homes
tho duke of Leinsterat Carton, Kil
dare; tho duko of Abeicorn at Barons
court, Tyrone. The latter is a pleasant
oasis in an ngly country, the demesne
being very extensive and well planted,
and further ornamented by fine lakes.
The rent-roll of the estate, granted out
of confiscated land by .Lmics I. to the
duke's' ancestor, is ifl.lO.OOO, and the
duko is. one of the few landlords who
has not as yet been troubled about his
tenants. T ho mansion is a very extens
ive and imposing structure!.
The success of Muybridge, tho San
Francisco photographer, in eeuring
several excellent plates of a trotting
hore in action, has stimulated foreign
photographers to attempt equally re
markable feats. M. Hicckel lias been
able to photograph from a boat, in ac
tive motion, a clear plate of tho shore at
Bcrek, on the French coast, with all ifa
bathers and promenaders. An Fngli.sh
artist has photographed swallows on tho
wing, and lixed the reflection they threw
on a pond in passing over, vrhilo a
Frenchman M. Audra-lew photo
graphed a young girl springing over a
While the Portuguese church of St.
John the Baptist in Boston was under
going repairs last September, tho work
men found a spring of pure water be
neath the building. A well was dug,
above it a shrine was erected, and the
water was consecrated. The pastor of
the church assured thepeople that there
was no miraculous power or even medi
cal virtue in the water, and that if any
cures had been effected they were sim
ply the result of faith in (iod. But the
people would not accept the explana
tion, and the stories of the remarkable
virtues of the water fpread rapidly.
Soon there was a perfect rush of people
to the church and it was found necessa
ry to establish restrict ions in regard to
fcujiplying the coveted fluid.
"AddiDg OJ" Two Ears of Cora.
Yesterday a colored drayman had
considerable trouble with his mule.
The old man was standing on the side
walk, engaged in a religious discussion.
The mule kicked at a boy. "Wlioa,
dar," veiled the owner. "Ain't yer got
no ino sense dan ter pick up a fuss wid
a chile? Dat mule is awful briggerly
oh late." Turning and taking up the
thread of the discourse, he was again
disturbed by the animal. " Keep on,"
he yelled. "Time I add oil' two years
oh corn from verfeed ver won't be so
skilarkish." Little Iwcli Gazdte.
CoNsiMi-riON in its early stages is readi
ly cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's "Gold
en Medical "Discovery," though, if the lungs
are wasted no medicine will effect a cure.
No known remedy possesses such soothing
and healing influence over all scrofulous,
tuberculous, aud pulmonary affections us
the "Discovery." John Willis, of Elyria,
nl.:n uti,.. l .1.1 r .. i; t-
vuei, hiiius; I lie (.touicn .Ul'dlCll Uls-
covcry does positively cure consunintion.
ns, after trying every other ru-diciiie in
vain, this succeeded." Mr. Z. T. Phelps,
of Cuthbert, Ga., writes: "The 'Golden
Medical Discovery' has cured rny wife of
bronchitis and incipient consumption."
Sold by druggists.
Foil impaired digestion, and for debility
from any cause, I know of nothing eipial to
Fellows' Compound Ilypophosphites. Its
direct effect in streiisrihcnintr the nervous
system renders it suitable for the majority
of diseases. Weakness of the i nuts and
muscles, impurity of tho blood, and inw ard
wastins niHy be cured by Fellows' Jly
pophosphites. Wr. S. Howe, M. 1)., Pitrsfichl, Me.
Siiiuiii'h (.'oi'oii nnd C-onsumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Kehuh, Agent. G
Go to Pun I O. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color arc uncqunled. Color
tnmi 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in hnglish
nnd German. Prico 15 cents.
Siiiuui's ViTAMZEit is what you need for
Conjtiimtioii, Ijoss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symiitoms of Dyspejisi.i. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Bokdk.n, Skm.kck A Co.. St. Louis, scl.
the best and cheapest Car Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
Hkadacue is effectually cured by
WUKIIIT'H IMI.'AN VKOKTABI.F. IM1.1.S, which
cleanse tho bowels and purify the blood. (I)
Cnoup, WrtooriNo Covcni and Uronchitis
immediately relieved by filuloli s Curo
Paul G. Bfchuh, Agent. 8
7i.?A' ',.: "1 1 '...7" wl. Aj -'.f. '.B
Great chance to make nuin
ev. Those who always titlio
advnntiiL'U of the L'ouil chan
ces to make mo'.ey that aro
offered, yonernlly boconio
woult'T, while those whodo
not lintitovo sncb chances iem.iln in povutc.v. W
waist manv mini, women, bovs and Klrls to work fni
us riuht to their own lornlltles. Any one can do
the work properly from the first start. Tou niisi
ness will nav more than ton times ordinary wnires
Kxiiensivu outfit furnished froo. f O one who eilk'H
gos falls to mnkt money rapidly. Ynn can devote
your whole time to the work, oronlvyoiir spare
moments. Full Information nnd nil that is noeried
sent free Addrcs" tstlnson Co.. 1'oitUnd, Malnw.
Wholesale dealer In
All Steam Ilre3d.
1 Woodward Avs.
fiend ft' price.
v Ik J J. Ai
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvupepnlH, Liver ills.
;iihoh, Kc ver and Akhb
iicKs, Nervous Delilllty
TIK JlKHT RKMEDV KNOWN TO MAN 1
Twdvc Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1370!
mis hymp iKwneiiseii varied properties: U utirn-
!iiu! uiu vjunne in tim saliva, which converts
in. Biurcii uiu miliar oi ino looa into kIucoko. A
doflctuiicv inptyaiine eaue wind and eouriuc ol
tlm food In tit ntnmach. If the mcdicli' jt WMn
mroi'dlatoly rftor eating, tho fermentwlon ol ftd
It act upq tli a Liver,
ltHctstipn the Kidiifjg,
It, Hcgiiliu'd tlifl Rowels,
It rurille the Wood.
It Quiets lie Nervous System,
It I'roiuots Digestion, '
It NourUeH, Streinrtlirn" anil Invigorates, .
It Carrlcnlf the Old Wood and makes New,
It Opens t he Pores of the Skfa and Induces
It nentriK'n the hureditury taint, or poison in
the blood, 'hlch cent-rates Scrofula, Erysipelas,
and all uianerofMtla Diseases and Internal hu
mors. Thi;ro are o spirits employed In Its manufacture
and It ciei htaki u by the most dellCRte babe, or by
the aned anituuble, cure only being required In at
tentt. n to dectioua.
Galva, Henry County, Ills.
wussutPlnir from Sick Headache and V iz.
nt ss so that cnulil not attend to my household du
ties, and a sort trial of Or. ClarU Jotinsou's Indi
an Wood hyjp effectually cured me.
. .MIIS HSLEN ELKINH.
'uterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This Is tniTtifV that Ur Clark Jnhnsnn'a Tmllun
Blood hvruhas cured me of Pin In the Hark. It
is a valuah! medicine, uks WOOD.
t enlre Dill, White Co., Ark.
Thl I toertlfy that 1 was afflicted with Pnlnl.
tation of tl Heart for many years I tried differ.
elit doctor whose prescriptions tended morn tn
weaken nilhan tlicy did to ctrengihen. latlast
res Ivr.i Jtry Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Bluod
Sjunp, whit proved to bo a positive cure not on
ly Turlnc tlii-art I.)loase. hut alo Slrli II....I.
ach which id been IroubliiiR me.
aiJia ilAUt A. NKAL.
I was affiled with LWor Comnlalnt unit llvanon.
f la aud fuill to get relief, glthonch using medl-cUii-s
from ir bent doctors I connnenced uslmi
Ur. .lohliso Iudlan filnod Svrnn. andaahnft trial
cured me, r T. W. RISING, Mollue. 111.
Till" -erUfl't!eit Dr. Clark .Tolinnnn'a InA-i,
Illood S.vrupK, t-m-.tiuniiji nin-u uie m uyspepsla.
Too much cunit tie said iu praise o' It.
W. K. W 1MMLK, liedlora, SIO.
Agents w and for the sale of the Indlun Blood
Syrup in ewrjiown or villuuo, 1n which 1 have no
ajeut. Particars clven ou application.
KUGGI8T3 SELL IT.
Dratory 77 West 3d St., N. T.
week In vourown town. $5 outfit
ll not required, we wilt furnish you
.mi riHK. evervwiinc new . i-.a pi
rytlllht' iwany are niuaiUK nf
uni'S l.aiiu-s maKe as mucn a im-ii,
iinl liovs and L'irls make creat pay
Keadt-l, if ym want s bualiiysaat which you ran
make irer' tav all the time you work, write for par
tkuluntjll Uallett 'o. rorllutid, Maine.
Ttl'lK E Tl CONTHACTOKS.
I'll" (.: Kin; sOpuck, Cairo, ii.i,., Jan. -I, 1SV..
Sea Uil nrolivala will be received at, this iitlU'e.
directe.l to tliir;uv Cuiiiii-ll of tliocitf of (.'ilro,
until I'lneol leeliiiKol'theCltyCouilcllon lues
dav evtiiins, Koruiiry Tib. JSs:, fur furuihlnR the
niaterl l and done the work or dolnirthe work ncc-
rssnrv ler the rustriic'ton and recoiistnu tion of
the folliiAinusin'w nlks, to be constructed of wood,
viz: U the eas.mlv side of Svcamoro street, from
Twenty 'third sliset lo Tweaty-niinh street; on the
northerly smoolScvimteentn street, irom usn-lni;tonai'n-ie'oValiiut
street. As provided by
ordimiucn No. H. approved November I'd, ISH1,
whirli orilitiiince i now ou llle In this ofllce und
siilijert io exam! n.t Ion at any time. 1'ersonn bid-
nliiu for tlie constuction oraoove stdowaiKs snail
be reiiuired to ylvi a cood and sufficient bond as
provided by sect ioi :), nf chapter IU of city ordi
nances. Said Ikiik to iiccompnnv hlds The par
ty or parties lo whin the contract will helot to be
pain out ot monevs tibiiih irom special assessment
to bo collected from tho property owners w.'oso
properly abut on sad iidewalks, when samo is
collected and paid oer tolhe cliy treasurer.
The rlirbt to releelanv and all bids reservd by
the city. ' D. J. l'CI.EY,
Hiilhi'i t Bros.AVholcsale Vf 'we List.
No. ' Price.
4 I'iano, 7 oct sviitro, rosowood, carved,
nuraflo $IM1 00
T Tiano, upr. 7V oct., calilnet uraud J"4 t'l
1 .1 Orrun, 4 sup reeds, 0 stops & grand or;au Ml 110
OS " ft sets nods, 13 stops, coupler, sub hass 71 00
()'ir Phinosand Organs warrintvd first-class.
S Violin until', box bow, strings, compluto.... 3 0(1
3 " crenvna midel, extra lino I) 00
4 Ar.corduoa. Ii key, bass box, flue tone t 00
0 " i) 1st op, 2 sots reeds, perfects W
7 .Mouth Ornan', Vltuna concert, 21 holes 60
0 " Oeuii'.noKichter.lOholes.O.S. 24
U t " concert double 81 holes " 1 Od
II Cliirlouet, Renulnc Martin, 6 keys, bnxwoad 5 00
17 Fifu, lu ebouy, German silver forulcl. ......... CO
10 Music box, 1 tuue, crank, fine 1 10
HI 8 tunes,, wlud with lover, kruo US 00
1!0 Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. 10 00
!K lloulilo Bass, patent bead, 8 or 4 Btrlngi.. 21 00
i!l (Itittar, maple, machine head, flue finish.. 4 0(1
87 nnnlo, 10 Inch, 4 brass braekuts S (Hi
S8 Cornet, brais compocon style caso &ctook (0
80 Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented 9 00
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Bros.' 15
Silver " " " " " " " 10
Steel " " " " " "
Gut. KusHlan. Gorman or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction Hooks, llowo's or Winners, any
HavlnKjust made n Rood trade for 100 Since
Sowing Machines, will aell thorn for $25 etch while
Money Is qntto safe In common letter If plainly
Terms itrlctly cash with order. Will tuko
Agents and dealers sond for our 10-page Ctatoguo
(in above net wbolesulo palcoi agouti can make
100 per ciiutiront.
Call on us when you coma toSt. Louis.
lteferonces: Any bank or wholesale hours lu
Ilnlbnrt lirot. Is tho only General Wholomlo
Music House In St, Louts.
m Olive Street, Stint Louis, Mo.
O CO Vj: if ?
eg mm i
ii Mlf Ii
u i i -
q t 4
For sale by C. W. Heiulei'soii, Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,001) Iluttles
tAa D.i. il... I .1.1.1 . . ,i
throat, chest and Junes. ' '
1 Til 1
Kn kmii nt Ta
but It bus never been so advantaueiiimlv cnini.nntiHu
? .r, H0",h!a1B1l''"'' properties, it affords
KTPUT UP IN 9UART SIZE P.OTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, TRICE V the household
d TTrP ? ( IV' "",,,),' ,,',E,ive, b If '" who try f pslm off npon yon R0-ne ot it3 brightest
id. 1 W 1 ' .V1 "f '"lr t'l" Ko'"K l""t ,ive' wl" tu only medlcuted 8
the geuulno bns a priVHto die proprietary slampon each bottle i
1 ue 1ULI-, iiwciv aim int, uu., I'ropriitors, 41 Kiver street, Chiraj n.ina,
Sold by Dkuggists, Grocers and Dealeiw Eveih p3 to find
Jt Si nitreiy tw
.'I leu I'el'a In
LC trurtll lo f-.:
Fort nnc t Aif its wrttenuiric IT'T-tti-'-y free.
i'i,wii-i.seii;i.jri'-i.i ,1'Oj.;!. l'roiir.l.
ur t"V.'!"U n.iil nil i':;. !.:;:eB. IiiileB.
-hi 'i i'il ii!v! ai-'rrect liocrSnrlpi?.
'.Coiled W ire licit ft. Kai 7Ui Ave, K. X.
Dr. S. Silshra'sSrtcraalKleRcmeay
(i-.vrs instant. -elicf anl I" :n infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
P.iid i'T Hrr.iri'li-ls'voiww-lieri'. I'ne,f1 (id per box
vren-r.'nn u-.:i. Sai)ip a n-r.t fnr to I'nvalcians
and lli sutler rn.!v 1' N.n.'Me.lier A o, lloxauA
Kuw i"orkUty. Soleiaumnoturnreof 'Anaketur
m. v...... r.irissj.
Willi Imiirovi'il interest
J'ini r 1 t,ile. nilendnr, etc.
Kililri'ss on rerelnt o! Lmi Ilil'rHTiit stuililis. Ad
dress t'l arli s K. Hires, 4S Nort'i IMuwaro aveuuo,
1 1 for the winter in furmiiiK ilistrielH. Very
1 1 liirne returns for comparatively littio lnbor.
I "MmKiir full piinieHlarsuililress iiiimediiitely
I "mr f" ,s JL11 CO. ?tl llruudwu, .N.V.
BOLD MEDAL VH
Uiu Author. A new anil TUllt Mli.
icni WurhuwnrrnnUKl II m iMNft and
eiieapeHt, iniiisiHinhaiilB to very
riian,entit.lwl "tlinScieni-Hof 1 j(n
cir.Sell HreiiflrTalion ;' hound in
limft I'Ynch ninilin,i'iiilsMSiHi
full tfillJIIU piKCiin tains biwiul Oul
Ht.wV ni.T&riiiKS, llli'i priwcnik
tions, print eniy i(1.2,r, innt lif
snnil nuw.Ailiiri'iis I'eatKidt MihI.
trvnwr iPnTdfT tf leal Iotil.u.or Or. W II. 1'Alt
Ml Ull lUIOLiiU.KF.lt. Ne-4 llulllocb at lluslun.
ET" If mil,! i in Uuntilan rmiiMk
Nmw.A IftAllkilmlilr. tlnU
by ilml.lttn i Iruiri. V-rfuitv
fry, ti-'iA'.urd itf llMiitxa
i n., r. y ..i ii.-Y.-ry iwitiii.
All I. ninn. Alolhilt. Imninc.iu Mtn. Mctltui
rks. kc, wlio are tired out by work or worry, and
Lallwtio arc miserable with I'yi
M uihn arc miserable with L'yMKpMH, Khemna-.
turn, Neuralgia, or Howcl, Kidory or Liver Um
t.l.ilnts. vniicinbeiiiviOTrati-d andeiin-dhvtisintt
fll you aruwa.tuiKnway Willi L.uiiuitiiiion,LiiH
Klp.nion or any weakness, ynu will find Parker si
viiigcr ionic me erc;c:-i umi nn"
and oilier Tcntcs. n
IjuiIiIs lip tho ryitcm, put never imraiuura. y
et. nnd $1 ir". II S- Co.,rh-mln, N. V
t 1 A KS VZ Bi"Et'i lUnuom liiiilrull
1. A"'l'' lWDtillslilUHS
Uas started bis
A-t llncluos rtirlt.
Cnpaoitv 20,000 Vvv Dav
And Is prepared to till all orders promptly.
J A M CI IKS K V, A Kent.
Corner Klgbtenntb and Poplur Streets.
To Provide For
i s s a ,
Send US-cent stumps Tor sanples or 4 Magaxlnei
you will be sum to want (or vour cbildreu.
fi 10 a year. The best, law st ami most fully Ulna
t rated I'ilaglUlne lu the world for young people,
HA HY LAND
The baby's own Magn.ine, moru cliarmlug thau ar
or beforo. Only i cents a year
I.ITTLK FOLKS' LEADER.
A delightful und Mined Miiutlily, for public aud
nrlvalesr bonis and homel. W cents a year,
An lllust rated Weekly tor young people edited by
Mn II I. Allien M'nnsvi. esneeliillv ail nil nil fur
I Hundav reading. 50 cents jrenr. Address 1), Lo
throp & Co , H'J Fraukllu it., llustou, Muss,
, . V
nnanmivnlt inaiM fn J
r" "v"""'),uuu BUtt U dlsoasei ofthe
lias always licen one ofth m . ,
uiu inilliUi uuiriMP 1 n , I
Uronchitis, Astluua, Sore Tbr"'l,U!(, j"
'.ion In It. Incipient and advan-N .Van.r(ppcd, than
I dlsciscs ofthe throat. cbeU ... ifin ' ,.
I the colehrttfpri Toln. l(,,rk .A i". SlllklDg llim
in 0,0 ..i..i,...... n-..i u ' .. .
a diffusive etimulunt und toulc, to bulf
i-ang the long hours of a
NEW ADVKliTisi cuildren
who aro too
ADVKJITLW1' tn0'r Poachers to
By addressing p. ito,hour3 a day, and during
Spruce H., New York, can learn w,f that period, the
any proposed line ofadvert s tiir i. . 1 , ,
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i idle and listless,
V ftTTVri 1 f L AT If von wnnlil le',8 "ut
letiiu JUijii uKit- tiQitrml reeom-
A YEAH and expenses to agonta. ht to knit,
fits free. Address ;q ,l,in
: ' good re
The Courier-Journal. Ilenry Waterson, Editor,
Is bv circulaMon and reputation the acknowledged
Represent ativu Newspaper of the South. As a re
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In this country or iu the world. It makes earnest
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President ('oiirliT-Toilriial Co., l.oiiivlle. Ky.
.The Bes! Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joint.
Cramps or Sprains.
Nouralela or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Sovere Achee or Paine
, Are Superior to all other Pinters.
Are Superior to rails.
Are Superior to) l.lnlmcnts.
Are Superior to Olntmenta or SaWee.
Are superior to Electricity or (alvsviiiira
They Act Immediately. ,
; They Uelleye Fain at Onee.
They Poeltlyely Cure.
Mil sf n ii Benson 'sCipclnsPOTfiM riatv
lHU I Ull snot allow roar drogfrurt to
palm oil lotne other plaster having .a iinllar
loundlug name. 8o that the word Is tpUa
A Hit II K KKSIKUV AT LA Wf?
. MEAD'S Mvdlcxted CORN and BUNION PUSTEB,
r ' and
ill and as