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TUB CAIRO BULLETIN.
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Al) Commiinli-atiorn should bo addressed to
l. A. BURNETT.
Publisher and l'roirletor.
THE GREAT CURE
la it Is for U disease of tha KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It oleane tlio lyitem of the a?rid poison
that cauets tha dreadful auffuring' wtuon
only the vlotlm. of IUieumaUam can ro alias.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of -tlm wont forma of thla terrible diaoaaa
have boon quickly relieved, la a abort tuna
aa had wonderful ani-ir... anil an lmmenaa
sale In cvsry t'irtof tha Country. In nun
dredaof caJieelthaaoiired wlioreall ) bat
filled, It), mild, but efflolont, M It I AIN
I.N IIS ACTIOS, butliariula.. In ell oaaes.
t VI t elran.ra, "lrcnllif n anil (Itn New
I.I re to all tha liuportautorvaiisof tha body
The natural action of the Kidney la restored.
The Liver la cleanaedof al) dinrane, and Uie
Bowel nio'e freely and healthfully. In thla
way tha wont disease ara eradicated from
Aa It haa beon proved by tho'uand that
la tha moat effectual remedy for cleansing the
lyeu-iu of all morbid 'erntion. It should be
used In every houuhoia as a
J aiwav. cures jiiLiuuHNi:.-), i o;isnr'
T.ui. ru.wi ana an traAu u
It nutunltiMrj Vr(i-lehlr Form. Intlncani,
one t.' knu i.f liu-ii mat... '"limit, tncliritte.
Alto ill l.li, uld Farm, very Vonrr,itretrdfor
the p'.meiiii-ii'f "f tii'.M- wii'"-iin.ir-uutiy pre
Ire It. It artt with f-twil retticyxnfklrerfjrm.
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I utu .Memory nti-! l liu,r.J.'- hr'imrf.t ..n t- t-i f
A'iuw. A u lm '.'. h t'' Ira.'f 'iii-fit" ht, Louli
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C"jii(n.i-t tucurt Hvt-i inft jri tuiiiv Stn.nr. ciV
Tf . l-'J-p nry..i!l f.nnii '.f H ii'ullui' i: ri h -O.r-
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'n til. lcnnll . r.-. riVT' " ti H X f' r in an p
A vnt'i.l In Discovery anil New iMriartnrn In Med
Irul Ki'ifni- an fnilrly Ni'W and ixmii iv,.y Hticiivit
lwrninly lur lhep""lA nnit tMriuaooul Cnrw nl Bcml
nil i.nuiM.loTiB mi l I.niHil. niy l? ih only trua
wuy, via: Direct Arplicu'.lon loth principal H-C
nl In" I'lapaen, a:liuK by A )oriUon, aad en'rlin
It. MMlie Inlliieri'Miun the bi'imnul VeturU.. jnc
ulaKiry Duct, Pront ntuOlnnd, and Urt thrit. Tha
nof the li"iiieily la!Unild im no ln or Im nn-TnlU'-
and due out IiiIitI.th Willi ti ordinar
P'imiiueol life) It It quL'kly riinlvHd ami 'n aii
Tlitjit. iimduclinf an jiiiuiHllaleiiouUilriu aod to
.tlva n li.H't Uiin tlm n"tunl and Deivoun oivinlrv
liunewrm lid Irnmnf .l'ineand nn-",iM'lu
the drain Irnm tlm eyni-m, r"8tonnij tliu inlud ID
Lntllh and jHiund inemorv, n mnvlng thn Dminoig
ol Binht, Nurvoua Jk'buil V, Conlunluil of IilHim,
Avi'iuu n to Bo luty.itcilo., and theapi-'aran- o
of preiUiituro olit nno nauall rrniiijiiiiyiua; (lilt
tmiihti'. and n'irln ierf'u I dcxuiU viKurwhera
It b li'n d'iriimol l"ryi'ar, 'Jhl minnf tr-iit-n
ni ha. stood Hi (i tent lu very aKVin , and la
nu a uroooutuxnl rnm'M, DniirM aru too much iin
airlliod lulhi'iw Irouliliiii, and.aii umuyian Iwarwlt
urMln.wllh hut lllilelf any iiorniani'PtB'.Hl. There,
I. do NiiuMinw nl'out thin Tri'i'iimuou. l'lai'lleal ot);
axrtatlonauahliia unto iwltlvtly Kunrnntee thai II
ill mvHa.itmlnctlon. lliirlnu tin, llit yean that
II haa Ihk'U lni!n'rallin,B liavalliiiunand.nl t"nll
nmnUlaanto II. valun, and 1 1 1 now eonci'iliil hy tin)
Klwllral 1'n.ri.i.lon lolki I ho most rntumal mom yt
dnnsivMrd of Mai'lihuc and ourina tlii. vnry irev.l.nt
Irouhlu. that I. woll known In liu the cauwol untold
nil.ery to mi many, and iimn whom fiuiw hi pn'y wit h
tlii lr tiwilima iiimiriiina an I b; loca. The iU nu'dy
I. put npln m'at tiii,nl throe Im, Na 1, (i nounn
tolwt a niniilh,)d No, U, i.ullii li'nt ti I'llcct .p'v
Ri.nnnt rum, unlet. In mivorn vH"i't t0 No. 3.
Ilit.tlnif over Ihri'H mnnlliH, will .ion emllona and
p Htnro lor In Iho wornt cii'',l ft. Hunt hv mall
a.'.h-d, In ulaln wrapping Full T' RRUXIOMH 1'oC
Ueliiir will nrcnnirmny EACH MOX.
hi'if for Senh'il ffc acWiriif Pftmjin-
, flt'OI(i'"i''"' I IttiHtmtttilm
mill Tfilimanu. trhlrh trill lotirliire I
fill tiKiof Kkrilirl tliitl tltrifrun hr
Ci'Nffirfif f'J')''f''f iiKui("f.iil (- B
frrl rill' rie .milt' r nr, efii.in 1
lu it j' rli i fcil. Milil'.tm
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFU CHEMISTS
market anOUthiH. tiT. LOUIS. MO.
Trit nil Chron.o 1'itmniHM, (mil imjoyt n nntlnn
Al MiHiiiitlnu Ihniuuh llm diiiuiuhI rmiiHIrntrd rum,
yivMiaixi wiM.iujM. .Aoiwa lint
imi'Ii n. of tlm IiIuimI, .ki.l or Ih'iiih. tnii'd villi tip'.
I'l"., wltlio it unna Mfii'iitynr I'niHiiniMiN M.ttclni..
Y fill Kin tA E N ho inn .iitli'iiiii'liiiiu ( li IK-. t n
aaaVahaaWlxav ol n ill.i'ii.e llml nnlilt Im vic
tim, for '"H ,,r tmrrlHi". f-rmani-nt ly cnriMl,
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I, III ol iiiilmli,li In tinwrrnl by lll.i U l..irpi trr.l.
I I n.iilr.l Im. t" any aiUlftl nri pi.ll.-.II.Hl.
afl'iTMtn. tiirTiirl.t frnm Hiipliit. .hniila .e.n Ih.lr nrlilreH.V
V.nil l..rn uiaifllilna In llii'lr mliiinliiK.. 111. mil a Irui.
Li'u"iMiiitriiiiii urn tlv ' ill' II I. nil. I. .i"l aii"iil'l I I'lilr.iwil
lilt. 111! i . lit North oili au, tlU Loula, Hu.
LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlollmof yontliful Imiimtlencn aiialti( rruni
Jnro Jieiay, Ni'rrom Di'hillty, UmX Maiihor-t, etc.
havlfiR ti'lcil in vnln (ivory knnwu ri'tni'ily, lm ilia.
ooYi'rul niliiiileni'll euro, wliU U ho vlll e n.l FK Kit
lu liil frlliw-wilti'mra, ildro 4, III, Hl'.liVt:,
IS tliiitliiim M.. Ti. 1.
ir-tx n ft C'
V 'V M
The Buildinj? of Homos.
Double doors fold intf or sliding1 aru
ft grent social 'institution," Hy tlicm
two rooriiH lnity bo thrown into ono. A
fjood broad hull becomus in Hutumur an
extra room. The air circulates. Thuro
in a freedom, nn ojmjiiiicbh about tho
house, which given nil air of Hiiperiority
to even very humble dwellings. Tlio
su)eriority ix real, too. If we invito a
few friends for tlio even'in;;, it is not
necesHary to confine them to tho "mr
lor," but tho doors are thrown wide
ojien, our guests will fill parlor, and
hull, and sitting room and kitchen, per
Imps, and yet all aro ono company, for
tlm broad doors being open the whole
house is thrown together. Music sounds
through such a house delightfully, and
people have a good time and love to
come, because it js so cheerful nnd
social. Another point in our homo
building which wo too often overlook is
tho exposure of tho principal living
find sleeping rooms to the direct iu
ilucncu of the sun. The ell'irt of the
sunlight is best gained when the house
Ktanas with its corners toward the car
dinal poinU, for thus the sun shines
with considerable power on all sides of
the house every clear day in the su miner,
nnd yet his power is broken, because at
noonday the rays strike two sides obli
quely, and very soon leave the south
eastern hide in the shade. Wo should
not forget that the sunshine is health
giving: ilamjincss and shade, if slightly
in excess injure the health of both men
One thing more is the importance of
having some provision for lire in tho
chambers. Wo build for health and not
for sickness, and 1 do not hesitate to
say that many a family mourns the los
of a member simply because the sleep
ing room could not be easily heated.
The hot mode of heating no doubt is
by an open lire of some kind. It is very
easy in building to make jien lire-places
in at lca.it three chambers through
which the chimney pusses.
(If course open lire-places are not
economical of fuel, but in the chaniln.TS
lire is seldom wanted, and stoves may
be used, if preferred. As to economy of
fuel, builders as well as architects and
proprietors, either frequently overlook
one important fact, or they do not look
at it, that is, that the warmest part of
any room is farthest from the Hour; so
if we make our rooms ten or eleven feet
high we niu.-t heat the air in all that up
per part before a person sitting nt a
table begins to feel at all warm, unless
he is where he gets radiation from the
stove or open lire. Low ceilings effect
the greatest economy of fuel, and even
make open (ires economical as compar
ed with stoves and high ceilings. Nine
feet is, I think, an extreme hight for the
ceiling of an ordinary country house,
say one in which tho largest room is
not more than twenty feet square, or of
Desides, there are other numerous
considerations which tend to the saving
of fuel and at the same time increases
tho healthfulncss and comfort of a
home. Some of these are the material of
the walls, their impenetrability to air
and moisture, deafening" of the floors
which adds greatly to their warmth,
troodioincr work about windows and
tloors, etc, a
Farmer, in American
Level Headed Oscar.
Who is tliis man with the long, thin
legs, the stooping shoulders and the
el low. (lowing hair? His name is
ilscar Wilde. One day when the super
intendent of a lunatic 'asylum was on a
hunting expedition in London he picked
up Oscar and took bim before a mag
istrate who asked him his name.
"Hy the misty eyelids of the moon I
cannot tell you." answered the prisoner.
".Mamma would not like it."
From that moment he became famous.
For breakfa.-t he sips the dew from
honeysuckles, nnd his dinner consists
of roast lily bugs flavored with lavender
water. Half a dozen sachet bags and
ten trunks constitute his baggage. Tho
trunks contain locks of hair which ho
purchased cheap at a Surrey rope walk.
No fashionable American jrirl will bo
luiiir without one. His soul yearns after
sunflowers. Give him his choice he
tweeen a sunflower and a grccuback
and he will take the greenback. In
Chicago ho is destined to be most popu
lar -his feet arc so largo. Win n ho
returns to hid native land loaded with
rocks his "mamma" will say to him:
'Oskio, the fortunes of tlio family aro
much improved. I want a new sealskin
sac-quo and a dog cart." Hut tlio lily
worshipper will depart from her saying:
"Well I should smile, what does tho
old woman take nie for?"
After that, no Englishman will cat
more beef with his lilies, or drink more
beer with his sunflowers than Oscar.
Edibles nre frequently named after
illustrious individuals, and fruits after
their discoverers, as for instance: Wash
ington pics, Hartlett pears, Haldwin
a!ples, etc.; and it is no uncommon
occurrence nt the present day for a per
son to walk into an eating saloon and
ask 'Tlato beans."
Sklu Discuses Cured.
Hy Dr. Frrtxies'sMsgic Ointment. Cures
us if bv mnuic. Pimiilcs, Hlack Heads or
Orubs, Hlotches mid Eruptions on tho face
lenviii-i the nkin clear, liealtny hiki ncauti
lul. Also cures Itch, Harbor's Itch, Salt
Hhoum. Tetter, Hingworm. Scald Head
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipolcs, Sore Lips,
old, obstinato Ulcers and Sores, &c.
P. Drake, Esq., Cleveland. 0., sulFcrei
bevond all description from a skin discHsu
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The
most enrol ul doctorinir failed to help him
and after nil had failed ho used Dr, Fin
zicr's Manic Ointment and was cured by
!!-7Tho first and only positive euro for
skin iliHcnsoB over discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of prico, Fifty
IIknhy A Co., Sole Tropr's,
For Wind Hloeding, Itchingor Ulcerated
riles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
fitio euro. Price 1 .00. by mail. For sale
For safe by Ooo. E. OTIara.
HicirAiiDHON & Co., Wholesale Airts.
THE DAILY CAIRO BUJETIN:
Our English brothers are said never
to know when they nro beaten. This
trait has caused them to be associated
in tho minds of foreigners with their
own bulldogs. Perhaps tho following
anecdote will show tho reasonableness
of tho association:
Au English bulldog, who had never
been accustomed to tho trains until
lately, has taken ' a great aversion to
them, and has inade a point of chasintr
them whenever he has an opportunity
of doing so, but, of course, without be
ing enable to catch them. '
One morning, being out with his
owner s brother, tho early train from
Hath was heard to bo rapidly npproach-
injr. The doir, as usual, was oil' directly.
Tho rrentlcman, knowinr they were
in advance of the train, and fearing tlm
dog would bo killed, called loudly to
him to come back; but quite in vain.
He then ran to wo what would be tho
consequence of the brute s folly, and
was just In time to see the dog bodily
charge the cow-lifter of the engine, and
1 be gentleman then closed bis eyes
for ono moment, not wishing to see
the dog's remains torn to pieces and on
opening tiieiu the next moment, much
to his surprise, be distinctly saw the dog
under the rapidly passing carriages, anil
evidently wailing nn opportunity to
make a dash between the wheels, but
their, to him, unusual velocity rather
lie therefore remained until the la-t
carriage bad passed over him, and tleu
emeriTcd, wairirirnr his tail as tlioiiirli be
had done something to be talked ahoul,
and having only sustained a few cuts
about the head, and losing nil the hair
from one hide of his tail.
Rev. Dr. Fowler says hat a man who
at baptism does not go deepeiiough into
the water to get his pocketbook uuder ,
iias not dipped enough t, save hiia
a) a aw
A Cross Iteby.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's re-
nmiiung a bachelor as stopping (or one
nifiht ht the house of a inmried friend and
beine, kept awake for five or six hours by
the crying of a cross baby. All cross and
crying babies need only Hop Isitters to
make them well and smiling, loungmnn,
How t' Get Well.
Thousandsof persons are constantly troub
led with a combination of diseases. Dis
eased kidneys aud costive bowels are their
tormentors. They should know that Kidney-Wort
acts on these organs at the same
time, causing them to throw off the poisons
that have clogged them, and so renewing the
whole man. Hundreds testify to this. -Pittsburgh
Snakes as Life Destroyers.
The loss of life in India due to the rav-
agts nt venomous snakes is almost in
credible. Yet Consumption, which is as
wily Hnd fatal as the deadliest Indian rep
tile, is winding its coils around thousands
cf people while the victims are uncon
sonant ita presence. Dr. H . nerce s
"Golden Medical Discovery" must be used
to cleanse tho blood of the scrofulous im
purities, for tubercular consumption is only
a form of ecrofulous disease. "Golden
Medical Discovery" is a sovereign remedy
l'ur all forms of scrofulous disease, or king's
evil, such bs tumors, white swellings, fever
sores, scrofulous sore-eyes, as well us for
other blood and Bkin diseases. Hv drug
TakeuOut of Bed,
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.,: Dear
Sir I have to thank you tor tho great re
lief received from your "Favorite Prescrip
tion." My sickness had lasted seven years,
one of which I was in bed. After taking
one bottle I was able to be about the house.
Respectfully, Amanda K. Exnis,
Fits, Fits, Fits,
successfully tieated by World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Address, with stamp
tor pamphlet, Buffalo, N. l.
Mak fiiom IIahmi.kss Matkuials, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam lias taken the
first rank as an elogaut and reliable hair
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
of charge. This grest remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in Smith America
Send a self audressi'd envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station 0, New York
The Entrance to the Catacombs
is not more forbidding than a mouth (lis
mantled ol teeth, litis (listigurement is
in most instances, the consequences of
want of attention to them in youth, but is
happily preventive, with sozodonr, used, ns
a stump speaker once urged his auditors to
vote, "early and often." This staple article,
is a thoroughly reliable means of rendering
the teeth ornani'mta: and serviceable. Hie
press and medical profession indorse it.
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is laboring
under bodily atlliction. Indigestion, billions
ness, constipation, caused by impurity of
blood, or disorders of tho kidneys or liver,
don t fall to recommend Burdock Blood
Hitters, a suro and safe remedy.
P. G. Schuh, Agent Price l 00
No Such Word as Fail.
"I have used your Spring Blossom for
dyspepsia, headache, and constipation, mid
titid it has done mo a great deal of good,
shall recommend it "to my friends.
May 24th. 00 Main St., Buffalo."
Prico 50 cents, trial bottles 10 ceuts.
Mu.J. Maiish, Bank of Toronto, Out.,
writes: "Biliousness and dyspepsia seem
to linvo grown up with mo; having been a
sufferer tor years, I hnvo tried many reme
dies, hut with no lasting result until I used
your Burdock Blood Bitters. They have
been truly a blessing to mo, and I cannot
speak too highly of them."
i P. 0. Schuh, Agent, Prico $1.00.
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2 1862
Fevf.iis and Iutermittcnts of all kind
ro speedily relieved and entirely cured b
using Wright's Indian Vegetablo Pills. (
Skni) lor circular ol new stylo of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
bcwck iVL'o., pt. Louis. (2)
Indian Blood Syrup.
lVh'isiu. Liver Ms
cum ii. Fever HII'I Akiik
lb art Plsumi'. Hilnnih
nfss, .Nervous lie hllity
THE UEST RKMFDY KNOWN TO MAX I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1370!
Thl. Svmti rxwai'Mi-a varied nroncrtlua: It atim-
uliitua thu utyalluc In the eallva, which convert
turcb and miuur of thu foml Into l'Iuciiha. A
deficiency ill ptyal me canee. wind a, miaou ring ol
thu fond in the MoiiihcIi. If die meihcl i j uaan
immediately after fatuiK, tlio furnieulniluD ol lood
It nets upon tlm I.iver,
It aets upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates tb! Bowels,
It rarities the Klood.
It Quiets the Ncrvuus System,
It Promotes ingestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens iinil Invigorates,
It Tarries oil' tlie Old Itlooil and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Sklu anil Induces
It ncntrulir.ce the hereditary mint, or pol'nn in
the Mood, which generates Scrofula, Krvnipelar",
nnd all maimer of Miin Jlleear-e nnd inieniHl liu-
There are no einriis employed In tt manufacture.
and 11 can betaken by theniue! delicate babe. or hy
tbe lyed and feeble, euro only being required in at
tend 11 to direct. ou.
(ialva, llei.ry I'ounty, Ills.
I w n an (ferine from Sick Headache and P'zzl-
Dina an that I Culllil lint Htteml In mv lioll.ebold (111
in., and a .hurt trial of Dr. Clark JoUiihou'h Indi
an liioiid Myrup eflVcUiullv cured me.
AlltS liriLk.N fcLM.NS.
Waterman Station, DuKalli Co., Ills.
Thl la to certify that Dr Clark Jolinaon'a Indian
Blood Svniii baa cured mo of l'ulu in the Hark. It
la a valuable medicine. MKS Wool).
Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
Thla la to certify that I was afflicted with I'nlnl-
tatlou of the Heart fur many yearn I tried dltler
cut doctor., whoao preacrlptluu. tended more, to
weaken me than they did to i-lrengtheii. u. last
rea 1 ved to try Pr. Clark Jobnaim'a Indian llluod
Syiup. which proved to be a noaltlve cure not on
ly ciirlnu l be Heart Dl.eaai', out aleo a Sick Head
acb which hud beeu Iroiibllnir me,
MKS MA11Y A. NKAL.
I wnr atlllcted with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed In lift relief, althiiiieli ualiiir muill-
clnea from our bet dnclora 1 commenced ti.lntr.
Dr. Jiihiiaou a Iinllnn llluod Symp. and a abort trial
cured mo. T. W. HIS1NU. Mollno, 111.
Tills rertlnVa that Dr. Clark .Tobnaon'a Indian
Blood Svrui. h',. ellectiially cured me of Dyaocii.lH.
Too much cannot be .aid in pratac tr ll.
V. K. WI.M.MKH, lledlord, Mu.
Aireilts wnmcil for the sale of the Indian Blond
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have, no
agent, rnrtlciilura given on appucaoou
PltriitilsTS SKLL IT.
LatiraloryTT West 8d st..N. Y. City.
Tho Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rhoumatlsm or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Lumbago, Sevoro Achos or Pains
Are Superior to nil other Floater.
Are Superior lo Pads.
Are Superior la I.lnlmeati.
Are Superior to Ointment or RoWee.
' Are tuperlor to lClectrloltr or aJ vmnlam
They Act Immediately.
They ltelleve Pain at Once.
They Poaltlvcty Curt.
Vinson's Capclns rnrfins Plan.
tor nave been imiiatna. jo
not allot, vnur dmfirlst to
palm ofl some other plaster having similar
RDiiuiiniK name, ma met tne worn u sp.uvu
f'.A.P.lM.N H i,imU.Ii
or snuif i m junaauni
vnenuaia, new i
A isilltK IIKBIKIIV ATt.AHT. Price for,
AMLAU'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PIASTER
" . fc.4 J
n FTD T
For sale by C. AV. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
For coilL'ba. cold.. . nru 'brual. hrnnclilila nailimii mi..n,,ni. ,,.n.,m,..i.... ...j .1, a: - ....
throat, Cheat and llll,L.
I) 1 li fit -t Jlaa always been one of (he mot. Important
I1 Irvtlll"! AT 'I'V Ml weapon- wielded by tho medical faculty
I ll IN I III III I I I I I 1 Khisl thu encroachments of Coughs, Colds,
Jli 1 Utl 11 I Vl XVllL l"-'ibitlH, Asthma, Wore Throal. Consul
Hon In Its incipient aud advanced slaves, and
. , ,. . . , , . all dlseaaes of ihe throat, cheat and liinua.
but II bna never heen so ailvantaceouslyci.nipoundedaa In the celebrated Tolu, Rock and Uvo In ad
dlilon to taaootbini'Ba'fBmicprnperllee.ltulIiirdaadllluBivoatiBiulHiitand tonic, to build 'up ihe
system after the coub baa been relieved. v
WrPL'T LP IN 2UART S1ZK B0TTLFS FOR FAMILY USK, PEICE S1.00J3EJ
Ci A TTT I OX ' n, n"' J"' ''' ;cl,v,!llb.T Iealerii who try to palm off upon you Hock and Hve In
.V V VU place of our loin, JtocK and Bye, which is tho onlv medicated article tuado-
the genuine has a private die proprietary slnnipon each bottle.
The TOLL', HOCK and It YE CO., Proprietors, 41 ltiver street, Chicago, III.
Sold by Dhi'ooistr, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
IWrtl'V TTl'no with Improved Interest
JlfH J X Atl- tuhlu, calendar, etc. Sent to any
address, on receipt of two tbreeTent stamps. Ad
dress Charles K. Hires, 'IS North Delaware avenue,
re.niiiii vi.llil Ml nHniilMMrniMlirMM-q
n AoTHIViA cured
MiO-riiinn AMhmu lire ue,i r.uuiUiKuiiim-
nlilealn-ii t'llo:tBCUr('H wbere'all otlmra fall. A
Tin rnnrOicM tht m.i.r ikeiitirtil. Prli-e oOe. anil
tfl.OO.of liruifli-'i-nrln -mail. Hoiii'l-Fit MK
fnraiaiiii' I'll 11 Si'llll KM .st run, Mum
iru. rmiv Fsra.mTE-3KOTiii
10 1 1) MtOAl AWAROCa
tho Atithor.A nuwnnn Tt'jL aIimI.
icrvj V'ortcwKrTftntvd thu tHtt ami
chofttHwtt, intliaikHtisahle U nvt-ry
nian,htitlfw. "timHci-ncnnf ldf
or.8Hlf-rrpMrTALinn ;" iMiumt m
flntMit lTfMch fuunlin.mtHivvtHi.
full fiU,3iH pn.ooDtftirmbftotitiful
nirrtiriniffi. vm unwuriii.
ii.mft. nru- only $l 35nfnt bf
mil : illuiitraut(isAmil8.fliwritii
MlUrr iillOIjLl.KICIUNu 4 liulfiucb tt. litnt.-o.
" 1xv7' ..r V'r V i" 1 A'u
a. a't" -
m a. ..ti.
..a.t - ..1
'WIWUIiWII N... 4 tul.lnii.il..- R,,U
hy (Ualirttii DntiriA IVrfunv
ry. rltpiatnr ( I list ox 4
., N. V.,invervtmltl-.
AW farmer. Mothers. Ihimuch iMcu, IMccIlui
c. ftc.. who nro tired out bv work or worrv. and
Lull who nro miserable with Pysprpsia, Jvhruiii.-i.
m. Ncuruiuia.or llowel. Kidney or Liver Com-
i1j1iiI ynucinbeinviiioriitril nnd cured hy mine'
1 llyou ulu w.ialnm;iw;iy will) Ciiiisuiiipliun, Jj.s-V
slpation or any we.ilnrs, vou w ill find I'arkcr'tj
v.iivr luuiu 1110 (;tc.iici i.iiiou i criiiucinuiurj
Best llualt It JtSlrcnirthBestoreriouCant'aiH
Canilfirniieriorto lliiipmnnJ oilier Tonio, nsiij
nuiuii 11,) 1110 system, nut never imoxicam. y
't. and .1"-.. M"fV'Y Chmtti, N. Y
A SKW IIXI'STMATKII
rjitoravv Weekly Jovii'iial'
MKITIIflt rot.IT.CO, Mill HKITAIOANJ
("nndneted by A lit on WI'iiurgcr,
an! hoc of" 'P'ooI'h Pi' rmiil, re. ,
unh hKmI 1 v I )an lol ( i . 1 lei tit. n
mill Wohei'l H. Diivi .
Flr.t .Number Issued February l,lsS..
The must disiliigulshed aui hora and .kllful art
l.ts, bolli Atuerienii anil htiglUh, have been en
faired by "Our Continent," The Kebruaiy iiiiiii
tii'ia onu I at ti novels and stories bv Helen Campbell,
Mra. Alexander. H I. Hue, Julian Hawthorne,
loll I) llaliberloii, It. II llnvla, I'le.j poema by (la
car Wlldit, I. oiil.o riinndlcr Mmiltnn, U. II linker,
Sidney l.ariler, (I. 1' l.alhrop, Cella Thaxtor, etc. ;
en I crl kI ll luif sketches hy t It. Leland. (liana
llr.'lliiinti) 11 ll. Mltchi ll, (Ik Matv. l) Felix (la.
wald, etc.. rolld papers hv President I'orier, of
Vale, Kllot, of llarv trd, I'mvoat I'eppi'r, of Culver
slty of Pennsylvania, elo. fnahlun notes by Kate
I'lulil! art ll'n. trillions by Louis (.', Tlll'niivj net
once liv I'lofs Itollirock, Hiirhur, etO i social ell
qilettebv Miiultoti: rural liupnivemi'iit b Hun. II,
U. Nortbriip; fun and litimor bv U. II. Clark, (Max
Ailleri'M iirle Itemits and a bust ofotluva.
Ileaiitiful lllualrallons are a Initllnir leuttiro of
"Din Cotitluetit." Tliey are the lluu-t that art
cm proiluco mid vqaul tu taosl parrect In tin
Price 10 cents I number; f t 0.) a yean ti (Hi six
months. Mailed frao of pustaipj tu any aihlrtoi.
Specimen copy freo. ,
Newsdealers will find U to tliclr Interest to pro
atrt "Our Continent" lo lui'tr cnatomors,
I'ostinastnrs am Invited to take s uhscrlptloni.
Boek Cantsssora can add largely lo their Incomes
without lntarfiirinuwlih t holr rtgular buelnuae, by
. Pit ' t -
... ui.eaae. oil...
II A T CII & FO O T E
13 A. INKERS,
NO. 13 WALL STREET, NEW OKK,
MXHRRHH N T. STOCK KtCIINe,
Rny and sell Stocks. Bonda and Government Se
ciirities. and mak advnr.ces on same
rotir per ceul. tniereat allowed on de
Ject to eliccK at slbt.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed hy Ire on May 28lh
und September 21, lssl,
A Ji E JtEBUILT
Ordure aro solicited for
Strictly Pure Wliite Lead and Red Lead,
Cold-Pressed and Pure Dark Castor
Oil, Itawaud Double Boiled
YOTTYfJ AIIM Ifyon want to learn Telcitra-
ni.iii pby In a few months, aud be
curtain of a situation, address
A YEAH and expenses to agunte. Out
fits froe. Address
P. O. VICKERV, Aiiirtiata. Wo.
PlMKUHW K(), SJbDlEWS, WIDOWS,
J I IIMiniS KATHKltS. MOTHERn. OR
children. Thousands yet er.tilled. Pension piv
en lor Ions of linger, toe. eve or rupture, varicose
vslns or any disease. Holdlers' land w arrauts pro
cured, rle;lilsBt once. Soldiers aud holrs apply for
your rl ult t h at once. Send ii stanitie for "Hie
Cllizeii boldier.'' and I'i'iihIoiis and Potinly luws,
blanks and Instructions. We rau refer to thou,
sands of Pensioners and Clients. Address N.W.
KITZUKHAI.il CO.. Tension and Patent Atty'e.
Lock Box &ss, Washington, 1) C.
j a woes lu vour own town. $f outfit
iruu. .mi rii-n, ev. ry unilL' new, caul-
not required, we will furnish you
rythiiiir Many are ninklnii for
tunes Ladles make as much aa men.
linn coy nnu uiris uiaao preat pay
Reader, if you want a hnsinyps nt which you can
make irrest pav all Ihe time you work.wrlta forpar
tlclilara to II. Hallett Ado. J'or'lancl. Maine
Colobrated Blngrlo liruech-loadlnfr Shot
Oui, at $12 up. lloiible-liarrel llruiH.k-lnad.ra.
at 8o up. MiiMlsaml Urewh-lo.ilingGuni, UiIIm,
ami Pisuilt, of moil approved KnfflltU and America
makes. All kinds of enurtlnx liiinlemsiiti and artl
elm reipilred by sportsman ami gun mak.ra. Colt'
Now Brooch-loading- Double Oune tlie
best mina vet niadn for the price.
JOSEPH C. CRUBB&CO.,
A aa--,.-. a. m. ..... . -
lie wiarant si.. Kltlianr Innls. Pa.
To Provide For
1 8 8
Send Mloent stain pa for samples of 4 Mifaitnel
y.U will be sure to want for your children.
. , . "V Vickie Awakp,
ti Ml a year. The best, lartf. st ami most fully lllui
I rated Maipir.lno in the world for voiinu pvouie.
ri , , , HAHYLAMl)
The baby's own MatrnKiuo. more cbarmlnK than T
or before. Only AO rents a year
tllTLFi FOLKS' LEADER.
Adelhibtful and refined Monthly, for pntillo and
private k bonis and homes. 7R cents year.
, , TIIK J'ANHY.
An Illustrated Weekly tor yoiinir peonle edited by
Mr. (). . Aldan (Pansy;, vspeclallr adap ed for
Sunday readlnif. fa) rents a year. Ad druse U. Lo
tlirnp A t o , ll'J Franklin St.. Boston, Mass.
Ureal chance to make moil
ey. Those who alwayl take
dvantaire of the (rood rhan
ces to make motey that are
offered, venerally become
wealtliy, while those who do
not improve such chance remain In poycrtv. We
want many men, women, hoy and girls to Work fot
narlithtln thutr owe localltlca. . Any one can de
th work properly frem. the flrst start. Thehoel
ness will pay more than too times ordinary
Expensive on tilt furnished free, ho oiiawhAen-a
yea fall to make money rapidly. . Yo eao wawoi
your who.'e time to the work, oroevyyoar pf
momenta. Fnll Infnvinatloii and all that I pemel A
nt free. Addreea BUnaos d Co., reiUABd, Xb)t
ftv "llt' uunP r