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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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INVAKIAHI.Y IN AllVANCI.
All Communication ehould )u addreaaed to
E. A. HUltNKTT,
I'uhllaher and Proprietor.
An Essay on Man.
Man was nuulo in dry weather.
Ho was niailo of dust.
Quito a numlier havo never recovered
from their creation; they are still dry.
It's nian'H nature to ho discontented.
Adam had a monopoly, hut he could
not bo happy without some one to crow
For awhile he knocked around over
thu Garden of Kden, and then went to
the house, hut he had to cook his own
fiupper; there was no stove-wood chop
ped, und things were in had shape gen
erally. 1 h
The next morning it was tho samo
way. II.j had to make his own bed und
sweep out. His backings were dirty,
and hi.H arm would go through a hole in
the ah eve. So ho was dissatisfied.
The next night, when he went to sleep,
the Creator punished liini by making a
woman a great misfortune to the nice.
Pursuit in this case is said to bo
sweeter than possesson.
After Eve got acquainted with her
mate she vowed that all the men in tho
world were not worth Adam. Goliath
was a man.
Ho was a bigger man than Grant, but
he couldn't stand as many slings.
Tho family man resembles tho oyster
on tho half shell.
Tho shell is known at home tho soft
Some men carry this resemblance in
their faces. Many men have counten
ances like oysters.
Job is said to have been a very pa
He had boils all over him.
Men now boil all over themselves
when tho preacher reaches "thirteenth
ly" on a hot dav, and never think of
the grandeur of Job's example.
It is natural for a man to disregard a
good example. Mutton World.
Frost-Bites and Chilblains.
Probably no other forms of accident,
or injury come upon us so unexpectedly
as thoso due to excessive cold. As
general thing wo are not aware that a
part is being frozen until the mischief is
already done. This is due to tlm fact
that one of tho effects of severe cold is to
destroy the sen.-itivenessof tho parts ex
posed. Surgeons make use of this fact
in small operations and cool the parts
by artificial cold. The ears, tho nose,
sometimes the cheeks and the hands and
feet are the parts most liable to be froz
en. Ono of the first effects of freezing
is to stop the circulation of tho blood,
and any part in which the circulation is
checked by other means is all the moro
likely to bo frozen. The old-fashioned
skates, held on by numerous tight straps
across the feet, aro dangerous on this
account, as to keep them in place the
straps aro drawn so tightly as to impede
tho circulation in the feet, and frost-bitten
feet are oft-n tho consequence.
Though the operation of freezing is pain
less, a sudden thawing is attended with
inflammation and great pain. The thaw
ing should be very slow in order that the
circulation in the parts may bo restored
gradually. For this reason it is advised
to rub tlie frozen parts with snow, or in
tho absence of that with water made as
colli as feasible with iec. It is said that
in Russia, when ono observes that an
other's face or noso is being frozen, it is
an act of common politeness to catch up
a handful of snow and apply it to the
face of the unfortunate, even if he is a
perfect stranger. In cases of severe
freezing, besides gradual thawing by
tho uso of snow or ice, a physician
should be called, as it may be that prop
er precautions are needed to prevent
mortification of the parts. It is not
necessary for tho feet to bo actually
frozen to produce chilblains. The term
frost-bitten is uoua'ly applied to such
cases. Children often suffer greatly
from getting their feet very cold and
then going to the fire to warm them
Tho circulation is disturbed and tho
parts remain exceedingly sensitive to
future changes of cold and heat. Chil
blains vary from a slight inflammation
to severe cases in which the skin breaks
and evcu ulcers are formed. Of course,
such cases require professional treat
ment. To allay intense itching and
pain of ordinary chilblains, a great num
ber of applications have been used. An
ounce of sulphate of zinc (white vitriol),
in a pint of water, or an ounce of sal
ammoniac dissolved in half a pint eacli
of vinegar and alcohol are among tho
washes often used. It is stated on good
authority, though we have not had oc
casion to try it, that tho application of
ordinary kerosene oil is very efficacious
in allaying the itching and pain.
A Young Mother's Brilliant Idea.
A certain young mother in this com
munity had been reared in luxury and
was lacking in practical knowledge.
The other day she undertook to givo the
child a bath in a small foot-tub. Tho
lady's mother, who lives with her, pass
ing through the room, dipped her finger
in the water nnd told her daughter it
was too cold for tho little ono and that
sho would have to warm it. Instead of
adding a little warm water, she placed
tho bath-tub, with tho baby in it, ou a
small gas-stove, and waited for further
developments. The dovoloprueuts came
as soon as tho bottom of tho tub began
to get extra warm. Tho offspring gave
one yell, when the fond mother, grand
mother, and two servants rushed to tho
rescue. In the future grandmother
will look after the child while tho moth
er reads up on the cares of a mother and
how to bring up children. Kingston
Tho last legal execution in England
for witchcraft occurred in 1716, but in
18G3 a reputed wizard was drowned in a
pond at tho village of Hoddingham, in
Essex, not forty miles from London;
whilo in 18C7 "Dr. Harris" was com
mitted for trial at tho Radnorshire as
sizes for duping persons into the belief
that their ailments were caused by their
being "witched," and for professing to
euro them by giving theiu charms to
wear eusix&dea rquad their nocks. !trK.
Tho Bantam and Dor Goslings.
A bantam is a very dignified fowl
Sometimes he carries his dignity to' suet
an excess that lie becomes amusingly
consequential. Hut a proper self-respect
is at tho bottom of his proud ways,
and ho is only illustrating his own
thought I am just as good as any othef
fowl in the yard.
A bantam, belonging to a farmer'!
daughter, had tho freedom of tho house,
Ono day, the little thing said as plainly
as she could, "It's high time I was rais
ing a family." Tho farmer, being awaj,
took a largo bowl, and half-filling ii
with rags, put therein two goose eggs,
each as big as a cup. Setting this queer
nest upon a shelf in a room, ho invited
Mrs. liautam to begin her maternal
Sho gladly responded, and spreading
out her wings so as to cover the eggs,
sat and sat until tho goslings appeared.
Then it was fun to tho wag of a farmer,
to watch the little bantam tending hei
largo babies. Neither their waddle, or
broad bills, or enormous appetites pre
vented the indulgence of her maternal
When they wero tired she coddled
tbem. II anything frightened the darl
ings, they rushed to tko little mother
and poking their heads under her wings,
octtiully lifting her from tho ground.
Even after they had grown up they
would follow her and quietly submit to
punishment from her sharp bill, if they
did anything wrong.
Little as the bantam was, sho showed
much determination and faithfulness in
tho discharge of her maternal duties.
What she kad to do, she did wit h all her
might, and never sulked or cried over
it, as too hard or unpleasant
Hog Cholera Explained.
What is hog cholera ? Iiy tho peo
ple every disorder from which a pig
dies and the pig's ailments are numer
ous and varied is called cholera. l)r.
Detmers, a scientific veterinary surgeon
of Chicago, employed by the Govern
ment, calls the infectious disease that
makes such ravages among the herds
swine plague. He has carried on the
most careful and thorough experiments
at Champaign, 111., near the industrial
University, for some years. There is
no doubt that he has determined the
true character of the disease, and in
his late report he has laid dow n princi
ples which will ultimately bo he'd au
thority on this subject. It is common
to confound trichinosis with the plague,
arid to assign trichina; as a cause of so
called cholera. There is not the slight
est connection between tho two affec
tions. The plague is caused by rapid
development of microcoxie in the capil
laries and veins, inducing inflammation
and fever, but these fonns of life are in
finitesmal compared with the trichiiue.
The doctor can cure a sick pig, but no
one can make it afterward a thrifty and
valuable animal. He regards stamping
out by concerted destruction of diseased
cases and isolation of healthy herds as
the only effectual remedy and protec
tion from loss. It is an important point,
however, to know the truth about this
formidable scourge of the farmer. The
truth, according to science, can be
learned in Dr. iMmcr's report, and, for
the West, it is the most valuable Con
gresional document, that can bo dis
tributed. Probably a Fraud.
Whenever you see a fellow posing as
a newspaper attache set him down as
a fraud. Regular reporters and editors,
while proud of their profession, havo
too much sound sense to make fools of
themselves. If they had not they could
not get work for two days on any news
paper. The speaker had failed to awaken a
very deep interest in his hearers, but
when the small boy had stolen quietly
out after leaving red pepper ou the
stove there wasn't a dry eye in tho
bouse. Mo u. rn Anjo.
Ihoso wuo arc disposed to bo uneasy
will never want something to bo uneasy
liEo. Mehkdith, Jersey City, writes
"The oriug Blossom you scut uie 1ms hud
the happiest effect ou uiv daughter; her
headache and depression of spirits bus van
ished. Sho is again able to go to schoo
and is as lively as a cricket. 1 snail cer
tainly re-commend it to all my friends
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Oveh 000,000 Howe Scales have been
old. Send for catalogue to Borden. Selleck
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (U)
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills w hich give healthy activity to the
entire system. (U)
Sleepless mgiits made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of beinj; a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
I was tor many years a sufferer from quinsy;
"Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured me." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
Eclectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
time it will cure seven timesout of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any ono will take a
small teaspoon and half till it with tho Oil,
and then place tho end of the spoon iii one
nostril and draw the Oil out of tho spoon
into the head by sniffing us hard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that twice a week, I don't care
how olfensivo their head may be, it will
clean it out and euro their catarrh. For
deafness and earache ifhas done wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is tho only
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
havo ever fait like recommending, and I am
very anxious to see it in every pluce, for I
tell you that I would not bo without it in my
houso for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain liko rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves mo liko
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
DrE, F. Chank, Corry, Pa.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
fured by Shiloh's Curo. Wo guarantee it
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 1
CAI110 BLLLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 12, 1882
Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y.,
writes: "For several years I huvo suffered
from oft-recurring bilious headaches, dys
pepsia and complaints peculiar to my Hex.
Since using your Hurdock Ulood Bitters I
am entirely relieved." I'ricj $1.00
Many Mihkkaih.e Pkoim.k drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they a:o steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Ionic, they would nnd a euro comtiiciicinir
with the first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. See other
Sim.ou'8 Vitamzkk is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia, price 10
und 7.1 cents per bottle. Paul G. Sehuh,
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial tor JU days to young men
and other persons alllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc, guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Bclt.Cn,, Marshall, Jlicli.
Catakuu CLiiKi), health and sweet breath
secured by Sliiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
2-1 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Not For a Fortune.
"Phew" I wouldn't marry her if she'd a
fortune. Poor "irl she'd be all right if she
took Spring Blossom, the best thing in tho
world for offensive breath. Price 00 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
'o Matter What Happens
You may rest assured that yon are safe in
M-ing speedily cured by Thomas Electric
Oil in all cases of rheumatism, neuralgia,
tootriache, etc. One trial only is necessary
to prove its efficacy.
Ckolp, Whooping Cororr and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth . If so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There isvpot a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the Uste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians ami nurses in the United States.
Mild everevwhere. 2j cents a bottle.
Wkue man to confirm more to the laws
of health and of nature, and be less addict
ed to the gratification of his passions, it
would not be necessary to advertise Pel
lows Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites
as restorative for the power of the brain
and rcrvous svsteiu, while the world's pro
ltcss and eniiL'iitenment wouni inueeu oe
A NKW UXl'sTHATKU
L.itci'arv Weekly Journnl
NKITIIKH rol.IT Ct. NOU aK'TARlAN !
Contlucti'il by Alb on V. 'l'fMtrKof'
author of l' l h v.' i'iiikI, ote.
itHB Htotl by .1 iimii'l ( i. 1 trillion
iokI KoliiM-t H. Dmvi-.
Flmt Number laaued I-Vbrunrr 1,1'J.
Tim moat diallnifiilahi d tuithora and akllful art
lata, both Americau and Klitllh, havu been oil
(aKed by "(inr Continent." Tim February mini
tiera contain nnvela nndatorlea by Helen (.'amiibell,
Mra. Alexander, K. V. Hon, Julian lliiwthornn,
John llahberton, H II Davla, etc.; poetiia by Da
car VMble.I.onlau Chandler MoiiHon. H linker,
Wldnny l.atiler, ll. V l.athrop, (.'elln Thater, etn.i
entertalnliiL' aketi'hei by !. 14. I.eland, (liana
llrellnian) ). (I. Mllchelf. (Ik Marvel) Knllx Da
wiild.elc. j aoltd pupera by I'roatdclit Porter, of
Yale, Kllot, of llnrviril, Provost I'epper, of L'nlver-
Ity of 1'eniiaylvanla, etc. J 'aahlon notea by Katu
Kluid: art lliiiatratlona by l.oula C. Tllfany; arl
ence hv I'roh Kothrock, llnrher, titc j aoefal ctt
quette by Monlton; rural luiprovement bv lion. II.
t. Northrop: fun and humor by C. II. i:iark, (Max
Ailler) "I ncln Iteniua and a hoal of othiira.
Heautirul llluatratlona area lendlnx leaturo nf
"Our Continent," They 11m thu Ducat that art
can proiluco and rqnal to moat purfcct Id tin
I'ticu lucent a number; f I tv) a year: i'-ino t
monthn. Mailed fruo of pualnu to any addrvu.
ripeclnien copy free.
Newadealer'a will find It to their Inttirent to pro
nt "(lur Contlni'tit" to their cuatoinera.
I'oatmaatera are Invited to tnku iubacrlptloii.
Hook Canvaaaera can aild lartfely to their luanmi'i
without inmrrcrinjtwlth their regular buaiuen, by
actlnir lor "Our Contliiunt."
Writs for partlculara to "OUK CONTIN RNT."
i ' mm
Indian Blood . Syrup.
si WfwL ss
WW i J Se
Iivspcpslu, Liver Dis
noted, Kuvernnd Atom
Hi-art PIhchhp, Kilioim
ni'bH, Nervous Dclillity
THE I! EST KEMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
'i'hiP SvrUt) noAMi-am. vnrti-ri nrm..t-tti.a- f it:..
uitiiva inu iiyitiine. iii tlie humvu, which convert
the starch anil annnr r thu r..iui i.,.,. .
(tcflcli-ncy in ptymirie chihi-h wind and nouring of
ho fouil In the moiuach. If tho medicine . uun
ninudiBiHy after outiiitf, the fermentation of find
It nets upon the Liver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Reguhite.it tlie Bowels,
It Purifies the Hlood.
It tyulots the Nervous System,
It Promotes Mtfostinn,
It Nourishes, Streiu;therm and Invlenrat.es,
It Carries off the Old Itlood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin anil Induces
U nentrnlizi fi tho hereditary taint, nr nntann in
tho Mood, wlikh pent-rat eg Scrofula, Ervftipelan,
and all manner of hkln iJivcafts and Internal hu
mor. There are no doirlts emnloved In Ita
and It cau he taken by the nmi't delicate hade, or by
the aijed and fut-lile, care only buinR required In ut
tnti n to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, 111b.
I waHIufl'erlnif from Sil k lleailarhn and I)'7t.
ntf othat I Miild not attend to my uoutehnld dii
lle, and a ebon trlul or Dr. Clurk Jubnaou's Inul
un IJlood Hyrup cfft-cluallv cured me.
Mil. HELEN EI KINS.
Waterman Station, IX-Kalli Co., Ills.
Till" l tO Cc-rtlfv Hint Or OlnrU .T.ili nann't Inillun
Blood hyrnp hax cured me of Pain In the Hack. It
la a valuable nicdlciuu. MRS WOOD.
Centre Kill, White Co., Ark.
Tbl Is to certify that I waa afflicted with Palni.
tatlon of the Heart for many yearn I tried dillur-
Uoctor". Vihoe tireurr nllonn tenili-il
weaken me than they did to trenirthvn. I at. Iait
re Iveil to try Dr. Clark Johumin'H Indian Hlood
Hyiup, which proved to be a potlilvu cure not on
ly curlni? the (1. art Dtdeaoe, but alo a Sick Head
ach which, had been troubling me.
MKa MAKY A. NKAL.
I wa alllicted with Liver Coinnlalnt and nvmien.
la and failed to iret relief, althonch iihIiil' medi
cine" from our bent doctors. I commenced uluii
or. .lotitmon Indian 11 oil Svrnn. and anhort trial
cured me. T. W. KISINO. iMoliiie, III
1 bl rarti.lva that Dr. Clark Jnhnann'a Inillun
lllood syruu h4" eltectila V cured me of Dvanenaiii
i uu uiui-u cummi ne ai j inpraifeoi It.
W. K. WlM.Mhlt, Uedford, Mo.
AffeutS wanted fur tho ante of the Indian Hlood
Syrup in ev. ry town or village, In which I have uo
aent. rartlculam Riven ou application.
DHUGUISTo ELL IT.
Labratory 77 Went 3d N. Y. City.
a week luvonrown town. outfit
No rick, evi ry thinit new, caid-
not required, wc will ruriilab you
rvthinu .Many are inaKtni! lor-
tunca 1, allies mako aa much an men.
ami tmya and i;ir!a make (rrt-at pay
Reader, if you want a buHlnyaaat whb h you can
make jrreat pay all the time you work, write for par
tlCDlura to It. llalletl.v.Co. I'or'.land, Maiuu.
Hand tump fur
Celebrated Singla lireoch-loadinir Shot
Gun, at $12 up. IVuhln-harrcl i;r ,.l,,a,,.r,
at S-o up. Mur.r.bi and Krew-kVlnaillnff (inn, Itillra,
and I'iat-.la, of m.taiinved KtiKliah and Ainiriran
makea. All kind of ap-irtlnir Iniph-mnnti and artl
cl required by portami-n and irun niaken. Colt's
New Breech. loftdinir Doublo Guns- tin
boat nina vt nmd" for tliepnre.
JOSEPH C. CRUBD & CO.,
. 712 Market St.. Philarfptphia. Pi.
Hulbert Iiros. ) liolesale Price List.
4 I'lano, 7 oct., anuare, roaowooil, cntved,
aisraffe JIM no
7 1'iano, upr. "S Oct., cabluet anud i;i ()
13 OrRiin, 4 acta recda, l( atopa at (jrBtid oMan Ml 00
(W ' tl acta recda, 1:1 atopa, cauplcr, anh haaa 71 00
Our I'lanoa and Oruana warrthtvd flratxla",
2 Violin outfit, box bow, atrlnirn, complete.... 3 00
5 " cremotm model, extra lino (loo
4 Accordeon, keya, baaa box, fine tono 1 Oil
6 " ID " t atop, 'i aetsrveda, perfects UO
7 Mouth Orjfana, Vienna concert, !il holea 50
I) " Uenulht) Klchter, 10 holea, O.H. Ul
II " " concert double til holea " 1 Oil
It Clarionet, genuine Martin,)) keya, boxwood S 00
17 Fife, In ebony, (lermun "liver ferulen. . Ml
1U Mualc box, 1 lime, crank, fine I P)
III " 8 tunca,, wind with lcvr, lanro Si no
JO Violoncello, patent, machine head, ko1.. ID
'.'J Double Dnaa, patent heiid, 3 or 4 atritiK",. 21 mi
ill Oultar, maple, machine head, fl no llnlah.. 4 no
37 Ilaujo, to Inch, 4 braa" bracket 3 no
'JH Cornet, braao compoeon tyle c"it Actooka ft (0
8i Drum, braaa, Pruaalan, Ornaineuted I) IK)
(lolil violin, guitar and banjo atrlliK" 'II. Hroa.' 15
Mirer " " " " " " " 10
Htuel " " " " " " 5
Out. Huaalnti,(lernian or Italian, beat quality 15
ltiatrucilon Hook, llnwo'a or Winner, any
ltavlnitjiiat madu a Kiiod trade for 100 Hlnni-r
Mewing Machine, will ll theiu for tifi nch whllo
Money I (iiiliunafu In common letter If plainly
Term itrlctly caah with onler. Will tako
Agent and dealer vend for tiuMO patCataloitiio
(111 abova nut wholeaaln jialce anent can mitka
1(10 percent profit,
tall on ua whim you eotno loHt, Loul.
KcHirnncuii Any batik or wholoialo hour lu
Hulbert IJro. I tho only Oonorat Whoieal
Muilc llouio lu Bt. Loul.
Ma Ullvu H trout, Matnt Louli, Mo.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Uottles
KorcoiiL-liB. robU. sore throiit. bronchltiH.
inrout, cucat and luuija.
Balsam of Tolu
but It haa never been ao advantaeeonaly coniponnib-d a. In the celebrated Tolu, Rock and Hve In ad'
dli Ion to It aoothtue Itnleamic propertied, it atl'tinl" a dlll'udlve dtlmiilant and tonic, to build no tho
djsicin nt'ti-rtbe coiiL'h haa been relieved.
;-trruT up in vuaut sizf. kottlfs for family use, peick himjh
Do nit be deceived by
lilace of our Tolu. KocK
the genuine hnaa private die proprietary atampon
liiii nil.i:, KOL'Iv and U i; CO.,
Sold isy Diuv.uists, (iimcKus
J'ulilhhcd Monthly, I'rlrr $:i.f pvr
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains ffi.
Cottage bv the Kivt-r 'oni' & Clio Dolfiiss. ? 40
Overthe (cii-Son(r ,V L'bo J. M. North. v'
OK ,liThee,Mv i:.iby Ilichurds. 'y,
Ve I.itle liird- Quartet Smiirt. '10
'1'lic l.nverV f arewell (J-nrtct V. 1. 10
Itriuht Eve- Wall l-'arwdl. t
(1'it-rn of lleurw Ouvotte Hii UlcUI. o
lleel nnd Tee ;i!ni four HamK lteiuirr.
New Years' tircetinir I'olka .... EiM-iiborn. ,v
Von Steuben's l.iaud March Ins-!er. 40
A Trlul Trip Nos. 1 and 1 nailed po- t paid, on receipt of 7; cm., or four months for $1.00.
.vi.!rt,i: j, L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for chase
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NKW A I) VERTISE M KXTS.
Fort ni I Apenta wrltconti k ! Terrtt - rr free.
8 -iitin ly ni-wl.iilaellitijji.iH. Irsi-ni. l-i,.;.-!.
Inc Pelii for Hewing ami nil inai t rf rt.-n. Tnde.
tri!i-iii,le R'fti I'onl anil a p.-rfri-t. I'unrFprlPi.'.
T. tolled Wire licit i;u..!yeilU Ave. . V.
2v. 3. Silsbo's ErtcrnalPiloRcacdy
tiivi 1 HiHar.trt.-Uel andmaulnfnlllt io
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold hy I ir'iL -.nth ovn-v.-liern. 1'rlro, 1 imp-r box
and lUmit'- r' ra. tv I'
r-aiii'i, 1 ai-iu .I"- id i nytwrni
luw lurk city. tu
ItMl'V TI'liO "r ,-sv-' w"'' '"'proved Intercut
Jl(ll X 1 1 li tithlc, cali-ndiir, etc. Setittoanv
addn-aa on receipt of two three-rent atanipa. Ad
dn aa ('barlce li. Hire", 18 North Delanare avenue,
Ct.rriiKin Ant liiini 4 urr new rjuiUti "-
: triiUtr rtU'J III liH! WrHlrilrM'r4,JllHtiri'H('tlllIljn
'UiitiHiii-p j vii fcinrurr win to mi in r thu. a
tun ftnvtnrtu tnr mnMt i"irir. rrn hfi . ifi'i
(Ut.i.f IjruilfiUiirltvirnii). Hiiut 1' i ll 1. 1
0 1 D MEDAL AWARDED
ttid Author. A ntw nnl ptn-At ttt,.
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niAn.xniitlml "lit Hcincit1 1 .tin
nr,M.'lf I'nwrTMjon hmjntl in
finHNt KrMtich niunlin(mt.nmt.
full tftlt.Axi pp.tvtntAtiui MAat iftti
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Tfl Wrttt fMioetiti
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C, ,N. V.,i vwtliil.
All r armrrs, Motlicrt, liiumcu iMcn, Mctlun
ws, Kc, who are tired out by work or worry, and
ill who aro miserable with ItysiwpMi, kheuira-.
tism, NcuralKia, or Dowel, Kidney or Liver Com
pl.ilnn, you cm IwlnvigomtH nnd rur'd bv mini.
ll you uro watini away with tuiuuiiiimun, 1ji J
.Mpaiion or any w&ncn, you will nna I arnrrai
.(inerTonie tbe tP;itet lllood Kertili?eraiItliel
Iteat Heal t h Jt St rcn ut h It'itorer tou Can IV
.indtiriuperiorto Ilittrri and other Tonlci, as 111
huilili up lliu ny-iti-m, but never intoxicated, y
cl. andr ir. H-ror fr Co., rVifmi't", V V
Great chance to make moo
y. Thoaii who alway talw
ailvantaire of the noo.1 chan
.cea to make money that are
wealthy, while thoa who do
not improve nch chancea remain In poverty. We
want many men, women, boy and strl to work foi
natltflitln their own localities. Anyonn can dn
the work properly from tht Brat Hart. Tho bual
nea will pay more than ten tlnmi ordinary wai(e.
Kienlr oil tilt furnlahed free. Noonewhoenxa
gn fall to makt money rapidly. You can duvoU
your whole time to the work, or only your par
ninmeut. Full Information and all that I nxuded
cut free. Addro rJUnaon A Co., Pottlind, Malnv.
pneumunla. comminution and all dlinaana of tho
11 u alwaya been ono oflhemot Important
wenpona wtuiilcd by the medical faculty
nuiiinat the eticroarhmniits of Concha, Cold",
Itrom hitia. Aathma, More Throat. Conaump
tlon in Ita Incipient imd advanced atairea. and
al 1 fliai-HMt-a Of 1 lie III .mil rluiul .lid Innir.
dealera who try to palm off upon you Hock and live In
and Kve.whu h in tlie nnlv m.-ilU-iLii-rl artlrlu maln
rropricturs, 41 llivcr street, Chicago, 111.
and Dkalkus Evkkywhekk.
milium I'tmt-imlil. Single So. 60 ctn.
- No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
I'd be a llutterllv Sonif Itielarila. $ 35
Oh, Ornlle llirili Tenor Sonjf, .... Ilennett. 40
I he l(u-tic Leaver Duet Williams. ,15
The Chapel I-tin. nr mix. voices.. Kreutzer. oil
Three I-'isbers Quart. -i llullali. 06
Spiirklini; Iteautv Walu llarker. 35
1 uiurev-arti luueoe iierm-ns, 5
lloei ai eio March l our Hand. .. Dressier. 50
Chimin;,' l'.clLs I'olka Haphaelson. 3J
I!y addreaalng (iKO. I'. HoWKI.I, & CO., 10
Spruce M., New York, can learn the exact coat of
any proponed line ol mlverMHiiie. In American new-pain-re.
i'trMou pa;u pamphlet, 'ilc.
VflTTYM WX If yon would learn Telecra
1 OIJ11U 11.11 phy tn four month, and he
certain of a altuiitlon, uddreea
j ji m-e vi 1 In, h
Y UAH und expenaea toagunt. Out
Ut free. Addrcax
P. O. VICKEltY, Auguata, Mb.
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Monars.Soabury & Johuaon, Mannfactur
inff Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York t
Gentlemen : For tho pant few yean wa
have eold various brands of Forout Plas
ters. Physicians and tho Publlo prefer
BcnwoTi'H Carclnw Pornwai Pln.nr to all
others. Wa consider them one of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confldonce. They are superior to all
other Porous Plastors or LiniinenU for
TncnBrvn'wCapclnn Planter Is a (ronuirta
Pormoceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised by
physioians and drugirists.
When other remedies fail ret Boa
son's Capclne Plaster.
Tou will be disappointed If yon nsa
cheap Plastors, Liniments, Fads or Else
i MEAO'3 Medicated COR" and BUNION PIASTEH.
To I'rovlde For
8eml 5,1-centitamp for amplnnf 4 Magestnri
you will b a ii re to want for your children ,
0 a year. The heat, law! and moat fully Hint
trated Maijaxliie In the world for young people.
Tha baby' own Mauaaiuu, more charming than e
r before. Only IK) cent a year
LITTLK FOLKS' LEADER.
A,dolbihtful and reilned Monthly, forpnblloand
prlvatuirhoolaand hontrt. 71 ceni a year,
An lllmtrated Weekly tor young neoul edited ny
Mr. O. H. Aldeu (Panayv, eapucUllf adapted for
Sunday readinj. W cent a year. Adilwa ft Lo
thrvp A Co., at) Itatiklln Boitoo, Mom.
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