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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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IMV4KUUI.V IN ADVAHTE,
All Communications should lie addressed to
K. A. Hl'KNKTT,
Publisher and Proirletur.
Miss Annio Louise Car is said to be
The now editor of the Boston ilcln r
i'.vr in a relative of Mrs. Jamcn G. i
There is talk in Ibiltimoro of building
n music hall c:ijiiLlu of Beating b,W)
The HrJic coaches in use at St. Imis
are said to bo ruiiiiinjr tho jjlcusantcht
drives in the city.
A DosUm iu:ta proposes to start a pa
)er bud cull it the Umbrella, ljccuu.se
everybody will 1;ike it.
The Prince of Wales, it is said, has re
cently taken t American whisky, and
is now nddre-scj as "Your l'yenem."
Out of ninety convicts handed in the
United State in 11, Arkansas beads
the Iist wit h lift pen.
In riurnas county, California, jjoese
cover the plains and area nuisance to
farmers. There lias not been ho many
incc 1X01 , the year of the drought.
Tho coal has been so intense on the
Sahara frontier that a finale French
column is paid to have lost 4'X) camels
aud many nu n in ono day.
Tho Chineso do their courting by
proxy. If tho proxies pay the bills,
there are many young men 'who would
like tho Hv.stem introduced iuto this
The disciples have laid tho founda
tion for a new church at (libsonburjr,
'Sandusky county, ()., to bo called the
(iarlield Memorial chapel, with consent
of Mis. (iarlield.
The Niagara Falls paper-mill, on
P.ath Maud, burned on the nihtof May
1 1, 11, ha been rebuilt so a to be nearly
fire-proof. The rew mill is much su
perior to the old one.
Several rich men in Albany, X. Y.,
have oller-'d to usNt in buying and fit
ting up a building for a public library.
It U the dc-'gn to concentrate all the lo
cal libraries i:i tliis pen end public one.
Arizona is bi in ,' lioodcd with d- faced
and mutilated coin to Mich an extent
that in the j.riiirjotil towns the burners
rc.cn are lio:dii:' meetings to agree up
on united ae'.i"n V abate the nuisajice.
"Tommy," said mother to her 7-u-ar-old
bov, "you niu-'. not interrupt me
when 1 am talking with lad'us. You
nm.st wait till we fclop, and then you
may talk." "Hut you "ever stop," re-tort-d
It is feared' that the enormous manu
facture of wooden toot hoicks is utterly
destroying the forests of America; but,
then, the young man who spends all his
salary furgoouclotUes must Lave some
thing to c at.
A South American plant has been
found that cures ba.sl.fulins. It should
be promptly tried on the man who
leaves the hotel by th'j back window be
cause he is too diiiident to say good-by
to the cashier and clerk.
Dr. llaniinoud says when you stick
your finger in your ear the roaring
sound you hear is the circulation in your
linger. Probably when you htiek in a
lead-pencil the same rearing which you
then hear is the circulation of sap in 'the
The late storm was simply terrific ia
I OS Angeles county, California. Tho
wind drove tho sleet and snow with
such violence as to make it imimssible
to walk or drive. Large numbers of
Fheep were destroyed, many being
blown from the ground and rolled along
by the wind till thev were dead.
1-onard Losee. Greenwich Point, L.
I., Tuesday morning, found his horse's
legs bleeding near the fetlocks, and up
on closer examination he saw that tho
Cosh was lacerated, lie subseijuently
ascertained that rauhr.d bitten the legs.
The Sun says: Tho ii.'e saving crew on
tho beach have to wrap their horses'
legs u p in cloths to keen tho raU from
When the Diinbcrs of Indiana in ado
up their minds that the study of gram
mar was frivolous, they protested
against their children being taught it ia
the public schools. The teachers re
fused to be bound by the protest, where
upon an appeal was made to tho Stato
Superintendent, who has decided that
teachers may !mit the offensive study,
lie insists, however, that they shall im
part orally to all Dunkcr pimibj "all
that is iiractieal on the subject. '
. A Cilrov (Cal) man bad spread a
lound anil a half of damp powder on a
icd to dry, and his two (laughters were
examining it, one of them with a light
ed cigarette in her mouth, from which
the powder was ignited, and both girls
w ere severely burned.
A lawyer once asked tho Into Judge
Pickens, of Alabama, to charge the jury.
"It is better that ninety and nine guilty
men should escape than thai one inno
cent man should be punished.'1 "Yes,"
said the witty Judge, "I will give that
charge, but in the opinion of the Court
the ninety nnd nine guilty men have al
ready escaped in this coulity."
California Hour is now competing
with tho Illinois and Missouri mills In
, the .Memphis (Tenu.) market. This is
regarded as an indication of the value
of tho Southern Pacific and Texas Pa
cilie lino across the continent to tho
Southern States, and inspires the ox pec
tatlonlhat the whole Southwest is here
. after to carry on a largo trade with Cal
ifornia. A Maryland sportsman Is having
manufactured in llaltimoro a complele
suit of rubber clothing by means of
which ho exports, to slaughter number
less wild geese. Tho bond piece, which
will bo tl.o only part kept In view, is to
be made exactly in tho form of a wild
gooso Bitting upon tho water and fur
nished villi magnifying glass eyes
through which the wearer can boo ' his,
way among the gnmo. ,
The Connecticut school fund, which
used to bo u matter of wonder, amount!
to a bill over $2,000,000. Tho coin
nissloner of tho fund, iu. Ids report to
tho legislature thin year, sharply blames
tho neglect of many to pay tho Interest
on their loans, even whon they ait?
financially ablo, until importuned, or
v oven miod. Tho present amount ot
money lonned on "which foreclosures
have been resorted to i ft liltlo over
$202,000; to which add accrued interest,
expenses, and taxes, $:t.'i,(U4, and tho
total Is $237,016 ill). Of this total a
careful and just completed Appraisal
makes tho value about $1 12,000, show
ing a depreciation of about $'J5,fJC7.
As engine No. 25, which draws Erie
Siassenger train No. 1, was running at
ull speed near Dinghamton, N. Y., re
cently, a tire on one of tho driving
wheels came loose, and was thrown
through the air with tho velocity of a
cannon-ball, and striking a telegraph
pole, splintered it to atoms. Tho heavy
piece of iron rebounded and tore oil' the
steps of two passenger-cars. The in
mates of the cars were greatly shaken
up as the train went bumping along.
The train, fortunately, did not leave the
track, but railroad men say that it was
a very narrow escape from a very seri
The Pennsylvania game law has com
pelled Uncle Joe Jones, of Kane, to
break camp for the season and come
homo with his rifle. Uncle Joe is 05
years old. Ho has spent most of his
time since he was 12 years of age roam
ing the forests of Potter, McKcan, Elk,
and Fore.it counties. lie lias killed
thirty-three deer and five bears this sea
son. He has what he says is a correct
record of bis prowess as a hunter. If it
is true, Uncle Joe has in bis lifetime
killed 3,527 deer, 321 bears, and 50 pan
thers. He never kept any account of
the catamounts, wolves, and foxes bo
A swindle which discounts anything
hitherto reported in the bogus butter
line U reported by a citizen of Ibillalo,
N. Y. He has on hand a box full of
nondescript grease, which was bought
for butter, and looked and smelled like
butler, but, as it would not ".spread"'
like butter, its identity was suspected,
and it was set away on a shelf. On be
ing look"d at ten days later it was found
that the butter color, the butter smell,
and the butter taste had all evaporated.
The stuff was undisguised and particu
larly disagreeable grease, resembling a
mixture of superannuated tallow and
axle-grease. Here and there faint yel
low streaks gave token of the deceptive
golden hue it once wore. Nothing like
it has heretofore been noted in the but
ter market or detected by those olliecrs
of the State Hoard of Health whose bus
iness it is to look after adulterations.
What's Saved is (iained.
WorkiiiKinen, who economize by
ploying Dr. Pierce's Medicines.
-PleKJuiit Purgative IVkts" an 1 "G
Medical Discovery" cleans the blood
system thus preventing fevers and other
.serious diseases and curing all scrofulous
mid other humors. Sold by druggists.
The Humming Bird's Nest.
The nest is about an inch in diameter,
and as much in depth, with its outsido
constructed of the bluish gray moss
taken from old trees or fences, and
thickly glued to the interior with tho
saliva of the bird. WitVin are thick
layers of the line wings of Hying seeds:
arid lastly, the downy substance from
the great'mullein and' from the stalks of
the common fern, line the whole. Tho
eggs are two, and pure white. A short
tune before the young leave tho nest
they t.in be seen thrusting their tiny
bills into the mouths of their parents,
sucking w hat has been brought them; a
Very different method of feeding from
that of most young birds.
Feeding Swine During Winter,
Swine should be fed oftener than twice
daily, and during the winter the first
feed should bo given moderately early,
and the evening feed should be given
not at i or 5 o'clock, as is tho custom
with many, but at about 0:30. Four
teen or fifteen hours between the even
ing and morning feeds are periods alto
gether too long for comfort and profit,
as the appetite is liable to become raven
ous, tho animal gorging itself unduly.
It is a great mistake to suppose that
it is only required to rush the food into
the bog's stomach, regardless of quanti-
ty or intervals between. 1 he stomach w
of quito moderate capacity, and when
crammed, tl:a process of digestion goes
on lika n horso laboring at a load ho
Cannot move, tho work being done
tardily, and only partially completed.
In cases of incomplete digestion, a por
tion of the food given is lost, passing oT
through tho bowels and going to tlm
manure pile. The art of feeding there
fore, does not merely consist in shovel
ing out corn, without judgment or limit,
but in studying tho natural capacity for
digestion, and feeding to this capacity;
or a little inside of it, tiiat all the f od
given may bo put in shape for assimila
tion. National Live-Muck Journal, CVt
Innocence of Youth.
Tho Vicksburg boy can stand up
with any other boy in "tho world against
an accusation. The other dav, when n
Vicksburg mother discovered sugar on
the pantry shelf, she called her boy and
f'Soroo ono has been stealing this
"Is it possible?" be exclaimed, rolling
up hi.s eyes in astonishment.
1'Yes,'it is possible; and tho thief is
not far awav either."
Ain't he? Ho von suspect father?"
1'No, I don't."
'Couldn't bo the cat?" ho inquired,
glancing under tho table in search of
'Cats don't cat sugar, young man!"
'No, sir; tho thief Is a boy about you"
"Ho is, chP I'd just like to calch him
in hero once!"
"If tho sugar is disturbed again,1' she
said, as sho covered up tho box-. "1'
know of tv boy who'll get his jacket
"That's bully! I wish you'd let mo
starout of school, so's to see you catch
and maul him."
And ho went out to devour tho other
A Lady Wants to Know
thelittvt Parisian stylo of dress and hou
ncts;a new way to arrangn the hair. Mil
lions are expended for artificial appliances
which only make conspicuous the fact that
emaciation, nervous debility, and femato
woukliess exist. Dr. Pierce's. "Favorite
Prescript ion", is sold under a postive guar
antee If used us direct ed.art can bo dis
pensed with. It will overcome those-diseases
peculiar to females, liy druggists. '
CAIRO BILLETIN; FRIDAY
MEN ' OF T THE Ml
ME. IBANK HATTON,
. First Assistant Postmaster-General
Mr. Frank Hatton, first assistant
Postmaster-General has rapidly sprung
into prominence, first in Western jour
nalism and next in political circles.
Horn in Cadiz, Ohio, in 1S15, Mr. Ilat
to learned tho printer's tralo in tho
otbee of bis father, Ilichard Ilatton,
who publ'u-lnd the Cadiz iWpublknn,
At the age of seventeen ho entered tho
army as' private and before he was
twenty he was a Lieutenant. Shortly
after the war the family moved to Mount
Pleasant, Iowa, where young Hatton
assisted his father as local editor. In
ISM, after the death of his father, ho
bought a half interest in the Burlington
lhtihj Hawk, ij: arid a little later became
Mr. Hatton is clear-headed, possessed
of intellectual vigor, practical business
Methods, and has progressive ideas.
Personally he is very genial and warm
hearted. t m
"ftolden Medical discovery" is a concen
trated, potent alterative, or blooa denning
remedy, that wins golden opinions from all
who use it for any humor, from t lie com
mon pimple, blotch or eruption, to the
fonnblale scrofulous swelling, or ulcer.
Internal fever, soreness and ulceration,
yield to its benign influences. Consump
tion, which is but a scrofulous affection of
the lunys, may, in its early stages, be' cured
by a f ree use-fit the God-given remedy. See
article on consumption and its treatment in
Part III of the World's Dispensary Dime
Series of phatnphlets. costs two stamps, post
paid. Address World's Dispensary Medi
cal Association, Uuffalo, N. Y.
Ma&k fkom IIaiimlkps Matkuiai.?, and
adapted to th" needs of fading and fallinu
hair, Parker's Hair ftalsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
Wokms, that universal disease iu child
hood, can be thoi.,ughlv cured hy the use
ot Dr. Perry s Dead Shot Vermifuge
'2 Pearl St., N. Y.Citv.
BORDKS, SF.I.LKCK it Co.. St. L-iuis, scl
the best and cheapest Car Staiter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
A nasal IN.if.CToh fiee with each bottle
of Niiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price ftO
5'rf i h
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Ijitci-aiv Weekly Journal
NEIVIIKII IOI.IT Ct, NOB HKITAICANJ
GomhinUMl by All WPourcPP)
liutbor nl '" i 1'oo1'h K rand, otc ,
Mnif.tc(l 1y 1 )nnil C5.tlrint n 1
mid Kobort S. Dnvi .
Vlr.t NiiiiiIht tcmii'd Kchrnsry UfSJ;
Tbn iimct itKlliitiuUlii'd Miilhorn and hk.lt'nl art
U, liolh Amern iiii and Ktipllrh, lime been on
ciilicd by "Our rontlneiit." The Knl-niHijr niim
ncm contain novelx aud Piurlc by Huluti C'ninulioll,
Mr. Alcxmiditr. K H. Hc Jiillun Hawilihrna,
Idlm llnbbiTton, II. II DrvIk, utn,; pounm by Ok
rar W lido, :.outu i'IiiuhIIit Mnnlton, ii. II. llwkur.
Hldncy I.nnliir, (1. Y I.alhnip, Cullu TliaxKir, etc j
iitTtiiliiliitf Hkot'-bi-K by (. Lcland, (lliitin
BrcltiniMi) L. U. JWItc.hi'lf. (Ik Marvel) Kellx 0-
wa d.clc.i folld pnpero by Prc-ldcnt J'nrter, of
i inn, r.iioi, oi iinrvtrii, i'tovon I'cpper, of univi'r
lt,v of 1'i)iipjIvhiiI:, elc. i faxhlon lioicii by Kale
Field ; art 11 MMralliiMi by I,oi:Iii C. Tiffany: nl
eiicobv I'rofK Holhrndk, Burner, utc ; Korfnl oil
qili'tto by Moiillon; rural liuproviimriit by Hon. B.
(. Northrop ; fun and humor by C. II. (Hark, ( Vnx
AdliT) "l iu'lo Hi'inim and a hmt of olhor.
Ilualltl'ul 1 1 liiHt rntirin arc lend lug tuttttiro of
"uiii i.oiiuncnt," They uro llio flnut that art
cn produce) mid oqual to moat purfoct In tht
I'rlci) lOrciitii mimbri Jl (Kl s yuan 9i0 n
tnonihK. Malted, fruouf pomago to any tdilre.il,
Spoclnien copy mo.
Nuwcdvaleri will And II tn tludr litarst to pro.
ri nt "inir t'ontlticnr' to tlwlr eiiUimir.
Fontniamorn am Invited to tuku Kllbootlptloni.
Hook CnnviiPBDrn ran add largely to thalr Incnmn
without. luivrferuiK wltli thulr regular hmlnn, by
artlng lor "Our Continent."
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JVlUIUNlltr, FJiBRUARY 17.
Indian Elootl Syrup.
I)vspi')isln. Liver Ms
nisi . Fever ami Ai;na
Heart WseiiM', liillous
in's, Ncrvuua Leliiliiv
THE BEST KHMKiri KS0WX TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
ihln Pvrnp vnme""!' VBrfed pr ipcrtlca: II tim
ulatcf the plyuliiia In the Kaliva, which convert
ttie rtaich and Huaruf ihu food into kIiic.hc. a
detiriency ill piyn.iLe caiiceK Mind and nouring ol
thu foiKl In the m.inttch . If (he uicdici . u-kkd
nimtdiutely after entiu), (lie fer-iieni a' ion ol f d
It ai-ts npon the Liver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It liefciitiites the Bowels,
It I'urilli s the lilund.
It Quit ts the Nervous Sj stem,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It CarrieMiff the Old Blood anil makes New,
It Opens the Pons of tho Ski n and I winces
It neutralize the hereditary taint, or potion in
tba blood, which jr. ni rales hcrofnla. Erviepclaa.
and all manner of fckto JJifcafef and iniernul hu
mor. There are no pirlu employed In it maimractiirc
and it can betaken by ttw moet delicate babe. or by
the atjed and feeb,e, caro only beitiK rcguired iu at
teuti d to directions.
Galva, Henry County, Illo.
I waKuiTerlng from Sick Headache and l) tt
nee sothat I could not attend tomy houeehold die
tie, and a ihort trlul of ir. C'lark Joburon n Itdi
an Biood Syrup efl'ecmallr cured me.
-MliS liELKN EI. KINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
Thi Ik to certify that Dr Clark J.ihiuon'a Indian
Blood hvrup bnf cured me of 1'ain in the Back. It
is a valuable medicine. MIts WuoD.
Centre Hill. White Co., Ark.
Thl i to certify that I wu afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many year I tried differ
ent doctor. who"o prescriptions tended more to
weaken me tha'i they did to rtrengtlien. 1 . lact
kk lved to try Ur. Clark Johni-otPa Indian Blood
Symp, which proved to bo a ponltive cure not on
ly curing the U. art DtieaKe. bnt alto a bick Head
ach which had been lroubllng me.
MBS MARYA. JJKAL.
I wan aflljcted with Liver ('onioliiint and Dyapep
ila and Tailed to gut relief, mthongh UFiuijmodl
cine from our beet docior. 1 commenced owing
tir. Johusou'a Indian Blood Svrnp. and anhort trial
cured me. T. W. IilsiNU. Sloiine, Hi.
Thlmertlflea that Dr. Clark Johnnon'a Indian
Blood Syrup b'' etfertually cured me nf Iype;iffa.
Too uncb cannot he raid in pmiie o' It.
W. E. HUMMER, Bedford, JIo.
ALents wanted ror iho Kale ot the Indian Blood
Syrup in tvery town or village, in which I have no
agef.l. I'articulars givei, ou applicullon.
DRCGUIST SELL IT.
Labratory T, West :id t.. N. Y.
a week In vour own town. $ri outflt
froo. No rUk. ev. rvthing new. capi
tal nut required, we will furnish yuu
everithiig -Many are making for
tunes Ladies umke as much as men.
aud hoys and girl make preat pay
Reader, If you want a bnsin .sat w hich you can
make great pay all the time vou work, w rlto'for par
tirulnrs to It. Hallett Co. r&r.land, -Maine.
Celebrated Sinpla Irtech-loftdlnB' Shot
Gun, at $13 up. 1 'UbU.-Urrel liieili-l..il(irs,
at ."i up. Muziinand llreedi-loniiinir tiuns, Kitle,
and Pistols, of ui.AtappMvoii Engllnh and American
makes. All kinds i.f sMrtin7 iuiplcninuta and arti
cle! required by arnrtsnien an l (run makers. Colt's
Now Breech. loading Double Guns th
tiflt fan vrt nmrit' for the rrino.
JOSEPH C. CRUDD&CO.,
712 Mirkef Tt.. Philadplnhii. P.
HulbertBros. Vliolesale rri-e List.
4 Piano, 7 oct square, rosewood, cii'ted,
agraffe ..J1S9 no
7 Piano, npr. V. oct., cahtnet graed, ......... 174 00
1 3 Orsun, 4 sets reeds, 9 s;opa Jt g'and organ Ml 00
H " 0 sets reeds, 13 stops, coupler, stib basa 73 00
Our Pianos and Organs warr inled (trst-class,
3 Violin outfit, box how, strings, complete.... 8 00
8 ' cremona model, extra fine , Odd
4 Accordeon. 8 key1, basa box, fine tone 1 00
6 " 10 " 1 si op, 2 setsrMods, psrfdcU 00
7 Month Organs, Vienna cancert, 8i holea 50
9 " Gunuluo Rich le.r, 10 holes, O. 8. 24
11 " concert double'.'! holes " 100
I I Clarionet, eeniilna Martin, 8 keys, bojwo id 6 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German silver fe.rulua.... 10
HI Music box, I tune, crank, fine 1 10
II) " B times,, wind with lever, largo 2.1 00
50 Violoncello, patent, machine hnad, good.. 10 no
ii Double Bass, patent head, 3 or 4 strings,. 21 00
51 Guitar, maple, machine head, flue Qt.teh . . 4 00
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackets S l;0
4 Cornet, hws cornpoeon style caso &croo!ss 9 (0
lIrum, bruss, Prussian, Orniinicnted n 00
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Bros.1 1.1
Silver " " ". " " " " 10
Steel " " " " ' " 5
Gut. Russian, German or Italian, beat quality 15
Ins'ructton BooktHowe's or Winners, any
i nstrn men t 35
Haling Just niadu a good tradu for 100 Singer
Sowing Machines, w 111 sell thorn for $iS each while
Monoy liqoltoaafu In common luttiV If plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will taks
Agents and dealers send for our JO-pnge Catalogua
On shove not wholesale pulccs agents can niaks
100 ptrcout 'proflt. '
Call on os when you corns to8t. Lonls.
Kcferoncca! Any bank or whohsalo lonrs In
Ilnlbort Bros. Is tho only General Wbo'ssalo
Music IIooM In St. Louis. '
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FCVk bond (tamp fur
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Bali by C. W, nenderson. Cairo. Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
rorcon.ns. cohis soret !iroat, uroncliltla, asthma,
tliroai, cbet sod lung. '
ids. pore throat, bronchitis, asthma,
id lung. '
Balsam of Tolu
n it it has never been so advantageously ccmponnm-d as iu the celebrated Tolu, Rock and Rve In ad
dltion to its soothing Ba.famic properties, it affords a ditluslve stlmaliint and tonic, to bnlid'nn the
S'S em artrrtUM ciii'jli has been relieved. r
r-tTl'UT Li' IN QUART SIZK I50TTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, I'RICK
P. A TTTl I'init bo d.xdved by dealers who try to palm off upon you Rosk ard Rve In
JI U I'Ull, place of onr Tolu. liors and Bye, which is the onlv mediated article made
the genuine has a private die proprietary stamp on each bottle.
The TOLU, Ut)CK ami HYK CO., Pn prietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
Sold .by Druggists, Gucceks.akd Dealers Everywukrk.
Fortnrti. t Agents write nnl-1t I Terrttorr free.
Si -tlrviy i.rwliet sei:!:i'u:ii- ntu.il, I'mpC.l.
Ii-S Bc't fur sit. Ii k and all ?:"rl 'ncs. )nih"k
tMicllilo tx-hi'orilanii b Ih'rtect l.oorSjiriiir.
Ti I. T.Cuilcil W;ia'..i.o,u.i'.UiAvu.i;. '.
m rv .V YiA
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t:iv.'ir.i.intrI!i ( judisnnirfillitue
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
foil py llnv.'ii;severvi'iiei. Price SI noprr hot
prfr'.l uynr i .anj l i (..pt t Ii fhy.Meiitis
sd Iriin.T'-M, ti.-1' N . n't i."k.Tft o.. jiox S':,
be i'crstit)'. !itiihuiMUaittutvrat'( "An itHUr
Diil'V 17 iinn f'Tli w'th Improved Interest
1 tl table, cnl'iiidar. tc. iSciit toany
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ad
dress t'l atlea K. Hires, 48 North Delaware svenno.
(icrnitin ANtlinni t'lirenen ry.in'tiKivn o-J
?in.iarre..'iii theworHt t'i'H,w,iiiHU tv comfort-J
aaoMsieniiieue. -Jieureswiii rou I o iictm iiui. i
f -ri'i r-nvi 'if i nt m' Hrpitew i-nti ,( fc. an-i
! i I .tKl.of 1 inir.-!xN or In- mall. Hiuui lo l''H VA;.
!l'.irliiniO 1 H H(,llIi.'r'.(.Kt.F'nlil.Mltoii
10 10 KIOAl AWSH3:3
tiitt A utlirr A u.-w Mid 1,'riiiit Mt.il
irai Uork,irfirrfti:trt I Iih Ixmt Mid
ctmntHMt, ii)(1onAtls Ut viry
liifcn.Hntitli-d MWi Si-mnreof I
nr.Sell lhtn'nraiion ; hound in
uiutpt rr-'tu u nituiin,flmtHMfd.
tfjfi tun gul..iutiti.ciiiiuiiitieiiu
Kill RUI,.UIUIll.CtIlUlUM bVilUMtKi
VGn-s)Ji ''"'. rr"' il-ffisenl
fifo' V'tr "'? ill'istrntlsaniile.Se
fei? .if simt nmt.Addmsa l'"nl,ixlrl
UJltV If All A IVliUX I 11LIU i
K Iv It, No 4 llulftnch t. Ituitin
" Ttis Wrt Vntmnl
NoW.t l'il,iulu.!)lr. Snkl
hy tiu'mln lra,...V I'.rfonv
rry, f-'niUuts uf lliairs
All L-'anniT. Mothers. iUMuct lUcn. Meckin
ri, fie, who nro tired out by work or worry, and
all who are micrable with Dyipcpnia, Khcuma-i
susm, Neuralgia, or Howei, Kidney or Liver Corn-'
pinuits, youcanteinviforatril andciiirrtbvtinnp'
It you aro wastitnr away wuli v.ou.uiomiun. UlhI
',r,lti(,n nr ni u...,l.n... ..t. w.lll lin.l Irlr.r.
Ginger Tonic the prcatctt Blowl Fertilizer andthe!
Bent HenUh&StrrniTi hI!KtorrryoBCunl's('
.md fArkuperior to Bitten and other Tonicj, a itl
builds up iho nyntrm, but never intoxicitcs. 'pi
,ct. and$i ir. H'M-rv R- On., CVmi.ti, N. V
Great chance to make mon
ey. Those who always Uke
advantage of I lie gooil c'iiun
.ce to make mo- y tint arc
...r..H...l .....r... ......-
wealt' y, while those who do
not impitiv" surh chiincea lem .In in povvrc.r, We
want in any mon, women, li..v nd girls to work foi
usrl jhlln luelr own loi-a'ltle.s. Any one can do
the work ptoperly irom thi' llrstslart. Thnhusl
ness wul pav more iLhii urn linn s ordinary n.:es.
Kxp'Misivu oiltllt furnished free o one wluietiga
ges f ills to mi.ke money rapidly. You can devou
your wlio!e (line to tlio wor!(, oron'vyour spars
nionieii,t. Full Information and all I hut la needed
seut froo. Address Stiueon i ('J., 1'oitUntl, Muln.
Send RD-cent stamps for saTipli'nf4 Magaslnes
yuu will be sure to want for year children.
"Vi 1 ( I q A.vak o,
Jl SO s year, lbs heal, larg' st anu most Hilly lllus
trtttud Wauumlne Iu Iho world for young pvoplu.
The baby's own Magaxluo. moru charming than ST
or before. Only Ao cunts year
. UTTLB FOLKS' LEADER.
A dutlglitful and rsCnort Monthly, for public sod
private srhool aud homi s, TS cents year. '
THK PAN8YV k
An Illustrated Weukly tor young p.'oul sdltnd h
Mrs. 0. R. Alden ll'iinsy sspeclallir adapiml for
Hiindat wadlnij. 110 ftonts i joar. Adrtrwn V. Lo
P'S V3i LIS w n
i T( rv -
pneumonia, consumption and all diseases ofthe
Has always been one of the moi-t Important
weapons wielded by the medical faculty
nniMri ,uo VllcrUX.I, Mlli IS OI U(iUgIIS, V.OIUS,
Bronchitis. Asthma. Knr Tlnr,Hi c...
tlonln lis incipient and advanced staves, and
.iv ,ii........ .t . i... .u . . , ... .
HATCH & FOOT E
NO. 12 W ALL hTREET, NEW YOl.K,
MCMnRBS N T. STOCK KICIIAKfll,
Buy and sell Stocks. Bonds aud Government Se
curities, and make advar.ee on same if .enulred.
Koiir per cent. Interest allowed on d posits, sun
Jed to check at sight.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which wcro totally destroyed by re on May 2Hth
aud September 21, ISM,
Orders are solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lead and Red Load,
Cold-PresHed and Ture Dark Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
YOUiYfi- MVX Ifyawnt to learn Telosra-
cortaln of s situation, address Valuutlue Brothers.
Junesvllle, W is.
A YEAR and expenses to agents. Oat
fits free. Address
I'. O.V1CKERY, AnguatmMe.
PoiKWlllJ F(,R St'l.DIEBS, WIDOWS,
.,VJ 1Ui1S FATHERS, Moi'IlER.N, OR
chlldn'n. Kintissnds yet oUltlcd. Pensions biv
en for lost of tinker, toe. eye or rupture, varlcoso
veins or any disease. Moldlera' land warruuta pro
cured, rlehtsat once. Soldiers aud heirs apply for
your rltflila at once. Send 8 stamps for "Tho
( ltlzeu-ftoldler,"and 1'enalona and Bounty laws,
blanks and Instructions. We can refer to thou,
sands of l'onslonerH and C'lleuls. Address N
FITOK RAM) ft CO.. Pension and Patent Ally's.
Lo. k Box Ran. Waslnnitton. H C. ' '
IVcasons Why they are Prctri wd to K
Other Porous Planter or External
Bsranss they possess nil Iht msrlt of ths)
strniiKthsnlnit porous plaster, aud contain in ad
dition thsreto the newly (Uncovered powerful and
seUvoveKotahleeombiiiatloii which a'ts with In
creased riihefaclrnt, sllinulaUuj, sedative and
couuter Irritant eUocts.
Bncnuse they art a genuine plurmtcmitlcal prsp
oration, and so recognised by ths profession. .
Because they are tho out plaster that rtiisvt
llu at ouco,
Ilncsnst ttioy will positively car diss which
othor rtmsdlv will not vsn rellsvs.
Herat! over COM physicians tnd dnifrfrtstsba'v
Toluutarlly testified that tlity ar suwrior to all
oth plasters or uedktues fur wttrnsf uss
Kcojosa th rnaniifacturer have rscttredtiM
only tusdslasrsr given for (orons plasura, ,
nnh nanninn Vmn Vnft
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