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THE DAILY OAIUO WJILKTIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14182.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot tSupaor ption.
Premature Loss of (lie Hair
may bo entirely prevented by tho itso of
A NASA!. INJECTOR free With CDcIl bottle
of Shiloh'a Catarrh Hemedy. l'rico 00
cents. , 10
IJuitiett h Cocouine. No other compound
uoHHuancH the peculiar properties which ho
exactly auit the vurious condition: of the
i . . . . .1 i i.
Sen i) for circular ot new stylo of Hopper
uumau iiair. itsottens tliu tiair wuen uarsn
and dry. It soothes tho irritated scalp. It
affords tho richest lustre. It prevents tho
hair from falling off. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It is not tjrengy
nor sticky. It leaves no disagreeable odor
It kill-s dandruff. '
Dally one yiar by carrier , u 00
WltUY.oneyoaf l.y wail m i
Itaily.oua month - 1 DO
Fcalu with Leveling attachment. Uorden,
Helteck & Co., St. Louis. (3)
weekly, ona year a W
Wealy.sj month ...... 1 00
Hr(jiunsoravoor wore for Week y bulletin at
ftli. limn .... At kit '
IVVAIIIABI.Y IV lllTllnl.
All Communications should Iih addrcasaa' to
Ihirnett's Flavoring Extracts arc known
as the best.
K. A. liuKN KIT,
Publisher and Jfruorloior.
Traveler inform us, says the New
York TimiH, that there, is u trilwin Ccu
trul Africa llio women of which wear no
flotliin whaU'vcr. wliilo tin men wear
tlio usual larjru shirt collar, striped
trousers, ami coinic liat clisirai-terlsticof
tin' inali' nerro everywhere. Tim reason
for this eiirioin dill'i-renei! of dress be
tween the, wxe has been only recently
ascertained. A missionary who matin
careful iiniiiries in regard to it wnstol.l
by a native kinir that the women were
forliidden to wear clothing so that they
could occupy front seats at the theater
without shutting off the stac from tho
Mht of the rest of the audience. When
our women were allowed to dress thorn
fclvcn," xaid the kin;;, apeaking in his
native Mponji dialect, "it was useless
for anyone to attend tho opera or the
theater, since he could cee nothing but
the iMinnels and hack hairof the women
in front wf lii in. Now we have chunked
till that, as vou can readily oscerlaiu by
nttendinj lfie next performance, at tho
'i'here is no doubt that American wom
en's hih hats interfere w ith the comfort
of theatergoers. One of them Is alone
Miflicicnt to shut off the view of the en
tire Htare from half n dozen unfortunate
men. .So numerous are these hats that
perhaps three-fourths of the audience at
any particular theater does not obtain a
Hiiglo glimpse of the play. Indeed, an
enthusiastic theatergoer has attended
the representation of "Patience" sity
thrcc times, and has only once caught a
momentary siht of the stae.
An inp-nious but depraved person
has just invented nn apparatus which,
when put in use at our theaters, as it
KHn will 1m will seriously annoy the
wearers of la re hats. The apparatus
Is a verv Mmple nttair, consisting of a.
htronjj black horse-hair line with a pe
culiar hook at Jhe cud ot it. Armed
with this apparatus a renllv wicked man
can have iio end of tiefariotis and ciitcr-
tainin;; sport in the al!ery. All lie has
t do is to gently liwer the line over the
Ironloi the ciillrry until the nook he
foiues entanirled with a lar- hat. The
line is invi-iblc in the gaslight, and the
hook can lie math' to fasten itself with
the createst ease ninon" the voliiininous
trimmings with which ladies' hats are
decorated. As soon as the hook is lixcd,
n o,uick linn jerk riven to the cord
causes the hat to leap into the air,. and
it reaches the liamls of tlie liat-lislicr lie
fore tin bereaved hat-owner is really
aware oi hir loss. I he apparatus wa
recently testeil at a (. Inciuro theater,
where two voiinjj men sficcceilcii in
catching thirly-one nnd thirty-four hats.
respectively, in the space of a sinjrleact,
and without detcctioii. Jhe inventor,
who has just placed his hat-lishinp; ap
paratus on sale in this citv, estimates
-f hat three-fourth of all the hats in the
paniHct of the Academv uf. .Muse van
Ihj caught by an experienced fisher in a
t-inle uijjhti and that even the man who
tries the apparatus for the liM tune enn
hardly fad to catch a string of twenty or
Dreams and their Conditions,
IVeamsare niirht-thoiiirhts, unchecked
bv the iudirtuent and uncontrolled by
tlio will It is not true that we do
not reason in dreams, that the exercise
of the judgment is wholly suspended,
nnd that the w ill is entirely powerless or
ceases to act. Ilie.se faculties are not
altogether in abeyance, hut they doze
while the subordinate powers of the
mind those which iilav the parts of
jiicture-carriers nnd record-tinders
ransack the treasures of memory tint
mingle together in the dirct confusion
old things mid new. Imagination is not
active, but it remains jnt enough nwako
tu supply the connecting links which
give seeming continuity to those parts
of the phantasmagoria 'which wo chanco
to remember on recovering perfect self
consciousness, and which being remenv
bered, we call "dreams. o one re
member more than one dream, unless
he has roused from sleep more than once.
This experience has led to tho inference
that dreams only occur at tlio moment
or in the act of waking, there am
dreams which take place in the process
of returning to consciousness lor ex
ninole. those instantaneous scene and
soeetaeles which are suiTL't-ted by tho
wtund or feeliiiL' that rouses the dreamer
but. in result of a long and close .study
of the subject with a view to discover
the nature of dreams, and the laws of
dreaming, for medical purposes, in con-
licet ion wilh the treatment of sleepless
ness, I ntn persuaded that dreams occur
in the course of sleep anil nro wnony
That they do not nnd cannot tako
place in deep sleep is probable, because
deep sleep Is general sleep, and w hen
this state prevails the subordinate fac
ulties are sleeping, and the pictures and
reword, which compose dreams aro not
disturbed. To 'understand dream
must understand sleep, and it is because
tho two phenomena have not hitherto
been studied together thai so little is
generally known about cither., ,1or-
timer vruitvillc,' in I'vimUi,' ticivnet
Monthly. . ,
The Use of Ukloroform.
Ir. T. W. Brooby, of Chicago, corres
ponding editor of tho Dental Jiurua of
San 1' rancisco, thus speaks oi tho dan
ger of chloroform as nn nniesthetic:
"Why a practitioner, knowing the great
danger nttending the inhalation of chlo
roform, should resort to Its use, there-
by uimccnssariiy nazaraing tno nto of a
fellow being, is, indeed, dilllcull to un
derstand. Ether I les dangerous, its
Hlatlsllcs show, nnd sullleUmt for all
purposes for which nniestliettesnrotised. '
It is not only the unskillful practitioner
who lose patient by using chhlrofonn,
but too frequently tho most eminent
men In our profession luivo seen lifo'n
bright spark go out under tho inlluonea
of tids dangerous nniesthctlu.
Let's strip tlio light fatitastlo too,"
8:iiu mo chiropodist to his patient.
"It in Curlnff Everybody."
writes a druggist. "Kidney-ort is the
most popular medicine wc sell." It should
be by right, for no other medicine has such
specific action on the liver, bowels and
kidneys. If you have those symptoms
which indicate biliousness or deranged
kidneys do not fail to procure it and use
faithfully. In liquid or dry form it is sold
by all druggists. Suit Lake oity Tribune
To all who nro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe thiit will cure vou. free
of charge. This greBt remedy was discov
ered by a ininiionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joseph T. Inmnn, Station 1), New York
Ponder on these Truths.
Kidney-Wort is nuture's remedy for kid
ney and liver diseases, plies and constipa
tion. Sediment or mucous in the unrc is a
sure indication of disease. Tuke Kidney'
Torpid liver and kidneys poison the blood
Cidney-Vort revives them and cleanses the
Headache, bilious attack, dizziness and
httsof appetite are cured by Kidney-Wort
Gently Docs It.
Eugene Cross, Swan street, r.uffdo,
writes: "I have used Sprinir Ulosm.m lor
dyspepsia nnd indigestion, and have found
it to act admirably as a ttentle aperient and
good purifier. I enns'der it unequaled;
'you are at liberty to use my name s a re
ference."' Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
A Couffh. Cold or Pore Throat
should be stopped, neglect frequentl ro
suits .n an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Urown's Ihonehial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. UronchiUs, Coutrhs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Rrown's I?ronehial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
irive perfect satisfaction. flavin" been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
aa entire generation, they bave attained
well-merited rank anions the few staple
remedies ol' Jbc age.
Sold at 25 cents a
Madk kuom Hahmlkss Matkuiaiji, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
hair, Parkers Hair Balsam bus taken the
tirst rank as an elegant and reliable hair
When you are cnntiiundly couj-hing night
and day, annoying everybody around you,
and hoping it will go awny of its own ac
cord, you are running a dangerous risk
Iwtter u-e Dr. 1 bourns' J-.lectnc Oil, an un-
I failing remedy in all such cases.
Some would-b-j Byrons look on with drug
At the rhymes of Electric Oil"poet:"
Hut we have the best article known to the
And intend that all persons shall know it.
It cures coughs, colds, asthma and
Bronchitis and complaints of tint kind;
It does not cost much, though rheums
tis.n it cures.
Tis best Oil in the world you can find.
A Marvelous Cure
For all bodily ailments, arising from im
purity of blood, a torpid liver, irregularity
of the bowels, indigestion, constipation, or
disordered kidnevs, is warranted in a free
use of Hurdock Bitters. Price $1.00.
Tub Hkv. Geo. II. Thayeu, of Bourbon,
Ind., bhvs: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Bhiloh s Consumption Cure. 0
Manv Miskiiam.k Pbople drag them
solves about with failing strength, feeling
mat tticy aro steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality nnd strength
surely cotniug bacs: to them. See other
Ahb you madk miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss ot Appetite,
lellowSkin? Shiloh s Vitalizer is a post
tive cure. - 10
Josh Hillingsays: "Thero ain't no pie
in mitral his'.ry that has been et more,
and thot more oft than npplo pi, and no
mediciu kan cure indegestun and biliouse
ness half so well ns Spring Blossom. Price
50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
WnY win. you cough when Shiloh'i
Curo will L'ivo immediate relief. Prico
10 cents, 00 cents and $1. 11
In Good Spirits.
T. Walker, Cleveland, O., writes: "For
tho twelve months I havu suffered with
lumlmiro nnd ueneral debility, I com
menced taking Burdock Blood Hitters
about six weeks ago, ami now have great
pleasure in stating that I have recovered
mv Hnnetit". my complexion has grown
ruddy, and feel bettor altogether." Pric
Sutbou'a Cataiih tt Nkmkdy ft positive
curo for Catarrh. Diptheria and Canker
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyci. For brightness nd
durability of color aro uuenualod. ' Color
e ... j- rv! a . l li. ...ii. I.
iroui to o pounus, uiruuuuiiB iu .uuguaii
and German. Price In cents. .
'IIackmktack,' a lasting and fragrant pur
fumy, Prico 33 and SQ ccuta.
IUnff of nil lVriiimM.
hf kulriu DnurkJi l'crfuuv
try, hi(rnfttu of tluk-ns 4
;-, N. Y . , (-0 Wi-M Ulth.
mi (JutiivJia 'iu, ivwu,tii-
in, ic.t who are tired out by work or worry, ami
all wlio oremUcrotle with Pyspep&ia, Klicuma
tifcm, Neuralgia, or ttowcl, Kidney or Liver Com-
pi.um youum uciiivi'.-rtTraicti anu curen nviistne!
1 t 4 WTH Vi I i I n n - i r t n a i
jtf&j. 1 1 1 ilia aw iwihi i m.mviimwf?wirmrxM
It vntl aru ui'id inir numu wilfi I iinviiiiiniiiin. 1 iiJ
,biiaiim rq-any weaKTms. you win nnu laiKcrs
-uia jariupenor to iinteri ana omcr i units, u
!)ilc! no tho systt-m, but never intoxicates, jti
U arAPt Hrnv F Tn.. CmU'V N. Y
Indian Blood Syrup.
I IP ii
Iivspoiisla. Mvpr tMs
fiiKi-s. f-i-ver sin Akiih
ii...... iii :. um.A. . '
iickh, Nervous fjcliilitv
urn I I' M'n.l'. null H-
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAM
Twelve Thousand Lotties
Sold Since 1870!
i M-riip poonf vartea Properties:
uiiitc the ptyaline In tho hMva. which convert
111" Msrch unci KUtar of the fol Into or!llCimn. A
rieUck-nry in plymire cni-i wind and nouriiiR ol
the fimit In the i-tomHCti. If the mcdirl-i J unen
iinmeitlHit-lr nficr eatmg, the rurmcutuilou ol lotd
It lift m liinu tb I.lvcr.l
It arts upon tho Kldnoyg,
H FtoKiiktes the Hon els,
It I'liritlt'fl tllA )!ll(Vl.
It Quiets llifi Nervous System.
It l'romotcs IUi-stion,
It Xourhlics, Strmctlieng nnil Invlgoraten,
It Cftrrh'8 off the Old Mood Hint makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Sklu uuil Induced
It TienlrnllneMho hereditary mint, or polon in
tho blood, which xi-ni-riitve Scrofulu. ErvnipHa.
and all oiaimcr of Milu Disearea and Imurual hu
morn. There are no pirila employed In lt mnnnractnro
And It tan he taken by Ihu moM dclicattt hahe.or by
tre agea ana u-euic, care oniy ceing requirea m ai
tentl.n to direct. one.
Galva, flenry County, Ilia.
I wn atilTer'Mr from Slrk Iteadarhe and P'ral
ui-n im thai 1 cniild not attend to inv houti-hold du
tlii", and a chort trial of Or. t'lnrk Johucoa'a Icdl
au liiood hvruu effucmullv rtirrd me.
MKS 11KLKN ELKINS.
Waterman station, DeKalh Co., Ills.
Thin Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blond Svrtip hh mred me of l'aiu In the lLick. It
Is t valuable medicine. Mli.i UOD,
Centre IIII1, White Co., Ark.
Thlslttorertlfythnt I was afflicted with I'alpt
tatlnn of Iho Heart for many Ji ars I tried iltft'i-r-
ent doctors, whose prearrlptlotis tended more to
weaken mo tnau iney um to iren!tnen. i si iiiki
res Ived to try Dr. C lark Johnson's Indian Rlood
Symp, which proved to be a punitive cure not on
ly curlntf Ihe lli-art DUnasv, nut also a Sick Head
ch which bad bueu Iroublini! me.
Ml! 3 MARY A. NEAL.
I was sltllrtrd with I.I for Comitlalnt and Dyspep
sla and fidled toiret relief, altlionuh iihIiii; niedl
r,l nes from our bent doctor, 1 commenced iihIiik
Dr. ilolinsou a Indian mood rvrtip, aim aniort trial
cured me. T. w. KlMu. .Moiine, ill.
Thla rcrtlfles that. Ir. Clark Johnson's Indian
Illood Syrup Iihs eaectnally cured tub ofDynpepela.
loo uiucu cannot nn saui in tiraiae oi it,
W. K. WIMMtU, Bedford, Mo.
Avcnts wanted for Ihe sale of the Indian Rlood
Syrup in every town or village, in which 1 havo uo
at;ent. rarticuiurs kivcu ou application.
DUUGQISTS BELL IT.
Lahratory 77 West Sd St., N. T. City.
Ifostnlter's Rtomar.h Illttora Is ths great house
hold merilelns nf the American pepl, and Is tak
on everywhere as S ssreuunrd salnt npidnmlrs
and t-iidemlcn.asaremiKly for dyspepalit, hllloni
ne, and lrre(iularlile of Ihe bowrls, at our lor
chills aud fever and rhenmatlo nllment. as a sedn
Vyo In nervous cse, and at general Invlitoiout
and ro'UiruilvM. r '
furialoliy 11 nmaulsts toil Dealers
Cured my llitle itlrl of nin. Kh wnn nlo deaf and
diiiuli. Inn II eureil Iht. Khe ou li'iiv talk uml h- nr an
well in uyidy. 1'arr.K Itoaa, bprinuwaier, Wis.
Has becntln; mesnaor curing my wlfcnf rlieiunaitin.
J. U. I-'lkiciikr. Full Coltlim, Col.
Made a sure cure of a eaae nf flu fur my ton.
K. I). U.M.U. lllatlaville, ESQ.
BAM A It IT AX XF.ItVIK
Cured meof vciiIko. nennlirlaanil slek henilnrh".
Mil. WM. UK.NkON. Auruiu, III.
Was the lueuukof eui lnir my wife nf .mbith.
Itsv, J. A: Kiuk. lli-aver. Vu
Cured mo of aathnia. aft- r spending over 3 (n with
oilier doclura. b. it. llmimiN, New Albany, lud.
Effectually cured mc of iivmini.
Mik .Ikvxie Wrnsy,
710 West Van lliirea St.. Cliu uu, III.
Cured our child nf nt afier given up to dl by our
Uuilly phy.lelmi. It liavliia over no In U hour.
IIknuv Rnke. Vervllla, Warri u Co.. Tcnn.
S) VMAUITAX XEKVIXE
Cured m ot scrofula aftermfTerltiK f-ir elclit year.
Al.liKKr SiJii-niS, l'uor.a, 111.
Cured myiiou of llt, after upenillnu tl 40u wllh other
duciora. J. W. TnoitMo.v. Clnlboru, .Mis.
Cured me p,-nnauemly of epileptic flu of a stubborn
cliuructtr. Iiav. W. MABTtN,Mei-lianlctown,Md.
Cured my ion of dm. after having-hrid 2, Mo In eighteen,
luoullu. Mm. E. Foiiiih. Wi-at I'unJam, .N. V.
Cured Die Of cpll'-lxy of nine vearn' (landing.
Urnuby. Newton Co., Mo.
IIn permanently cured me of epllepny of many vesri
UuraMou. Jauiju buiER. Mt. Joseph, Mo.
Cured me of lironchltK aKthma nnd p-neral di-hllity.
ULlVK.it MVKiii. Iruutoli, Ohio.
H:i cured mc of asihma: ai-wi m-riitula of many years
standing. Isaac Jkwki.l. CovIukiuu, Ky.
Cureil me of rit. Have ln-en wen fur over four yenra.
tUAi.Lts K. Ci'ktis. (akl.Utiuirlasti;o..Mluu.
SAM A RITA X XEKVIXE
Cured a frknd of mine wlei had ily)eiiii verv bvlly.
M-ICUAELO'COXN-lll. liUnwAj-, Ta.
Una perminvnlly eured un- of i-il, pile flta
David Tiikmhlv, Ijh Mulnes, Iowa.
SAM A RITA X XERVIXE
Cured my wile ol i-pIP py nf X; y,-nr mim-llns.
ilKNUv Clauk Fairdvld, Mich.
Cured my wile uf a uervuim d x-asi- ..f the head.
E. UiiAiiAii, Konh Ilupe, ra.
' SAMAUITAX XERVIXE
C-ired mv ou uf ftia. lie. ba nnt hail a :lt fur about
four years. Jons IKvw.
Woodljuru. Mucuupln Co., IIU
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CVWiUCca of rures. AiMrens
DU. 8. A. RimUOXD A CO..
VrorlU's Epileptic Inatleoic,
' ST. JORSBU. MO
Krasoit Why they avo Vreterwd to U
Other Porou Vtaster or External
Itscflns they possess nil thu merit Of ttm
SlreiiL-ibiuiliiir porous plaster, and contain In ad
dition tbereio tho uewly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which nets with in
creaaed rubefacient, stimulating, Budutlvo (Uid
couutur Irrltutit ellects.
rtKCanso they srn a rennlne ptisrmtcontleal prep,
nrutlou, aud so vucofulced ly thu profussiou,
Tlernnsn they aro tho only platters that rsllovo
iaiu at ouce.
Tleransi) they will positively curo dlseasei which
other remedies will uot even rvllove.
Itecansn ever WOO physicians ni drnpclstshsvo
voluniarlly tustirted that tiiey aro superior to ull
either planters or medicines tor cxteruul uao,
Tsnausa ths manufactnrert havo received the
only medals over uiveu fur porous plsulvrt.
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
A' "Hil'UK KK9IKDV Al'T.AStrTrhio'Wel'i
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION FUSTf hV
GKAY'S SPKCIFIC MEDICINE.
TRAD! MARK. Ths (Irost Ens-
nsti remiitiy, au
tinlnllltiK cura for
putitncv r. .ul all
(llsoifos ItlHt foliiw
as a ii(iiiii)C0
or seir-sliiiai'l asjj
- " m ,' , Ol lllMiiiurT, viS-.
Boforo TiuSB':V;":""baelftor Mine
dimness nrvislon. oremaluro old am. fl manv
nthurdlseaaet that toad lu mssultv, consumption
or a premature t-ravo. .
yKiill parilculiirs to our psmplilot, which wo
dealuo to asuJ free hv mall to nvervono. IVTha
dpeclllo Modiolus la sold liv all drtiiTKlats at t usr
EacKSue, ur six pneknuos for Jn, or will be sent fret
v mull on ruoulptnt the morinv, hv ail drey I nil.
TILS. QUAY MEDICIN w.i
...... ' llurfAW), , i .
Huld tu Cairo hi Taui Buhub.
.0 ' WWv Jt
0 yxjy 4?
" iawiw-- WVs 1
Forcoiluhs. Collin. Sore lliroilt. bronchitis, aathnin.
hroat, choat and liinus.
K ii ril "I Has always leen ono orihe moot Important
" c I r-J Li t f T 'I ' I "in weapon" wielded by Iho medical faculty
UIINfcsllll III I I I I I I sualnst the eiieroacbmenta of Cultuhs, Colds,
ilrOClJ.II Ul JLUllL I'V"!'"; Asthma. Sow' Threat. Consump-
I lion in its Incipient and advanced staves, and
.11 lliultn.,.. nf ihu lli.,ii ..twie. lt.na
htit It has never been so advantat'eotnly compounded
diilon to its tioothiuu Uiiisiiinic properties.lt utlords
S'eiil nftc-r tho coujh has been rclie'-ed.
iTi'UT Ur LN QUART SIZE liOTTLFS
TTrPTr"aFI l)o nM he deceived by
ViV U I l U 11 i I) ace of our Toll). ItoeS
tlm genuine hasa privsto die proprietary ainiiipon
ine iull.I'.OLK and mii CU., ridpnetors, 41 Kiver street, Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists, Gr.ocERs and Dkalers Everywhere.
rmtvM 'wv'.jrjLrni.T. , jusns'janisi nwjs'wwis ww,MsiuMsiaMu nn.n.-i-
I'uhlinUrd Monthly, J'rlrn f,,T.OO rr
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
Cotlairc In- the lliver Sonij & Clio Tolfuia. $ 40
Over the Sea Sony A: Clio J. M. North. ,tO
O Mush Thee. .Mv ll.iliv lticliurds. 30
Ye I.itte Hints 'Quartet. Smart. 10
The Lovers' 1-nrcwull Quurlut. W. I). 10
Hriifht Hvm Walts l-'anvtll. 55
Queen of 1 1 carts Gavotte HielcfelJ. jb
Heel iiiitl Toe fialnp fniii- Haiuls llemler. 35
New Years' (irectii'ir 1'iilka 1-iscnliorn. 30
Von Stculicu's (ir.uij March Dressier. !io
A Trial Trip Nov. 1 and 1 mailed pout-paid, on receipt of 75 cts., or four months for Ji.oo.
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"I TT Va IMPROVED ROUT HEKK. 2'0
JIIII-.O piic.kauemakeii 5 t'ftllons of a deli
cious, wholesome. pparkli:in temperunee hev
crah'e. As-k your dru'ii-t, or eut by mail for i"ic.
v. k. uu;t.l,tH .n. ueia. Ave.. I'liiladn.
BOOKS OX I8UILDIN0.
' Palntlnc Decoratlnir. Ac. For IHSJ eluhtv nar-n
III. Catsloumi uddri Hs, enclorhiK three 'S cent
Btainpe. V J1.;T. CUMSTOCK, 11M liroadway, N. Y.
H'st Hfiiltli ami Strcnjftli resttner usod
('urea complaints of women and dlnenses of the
Stomach, Huweln. I.iiiipn. Liver nnd Kidneys, aud is
'ntlielv dlll'eront from Hitters, (finger l'oiicea and
oliu-r tonics, aa It never Intoxicates. M)c. and $1
Him-ii. I,a k saving hiiyiiii $1 Htze. lliacox&Co.
WM. SIMPSON' & SONS'
Mourning;, Second Mourniugr Solid
P A N O Y DRESS PRINTS
Tho EDDYSTONE PRINT WORKS is
onu nf tho Inr'i-Ht uml niiistcomplcto t-Htab-
lisliiiieiits in the country. ,
THE EXPERIENCE OK HALF A' CEX-
Has eimhlod them to attain ench perfection thiit
they 01 11 with eonflilei.cc usk ym to test thu quali
ty of their work. They cnicliilly avoid all poion
ous druija, Make only last colors, which are thor
oughly washed In hot water and soap, thereby re.
moving nnyililnu which would slain tinderclolhliiix.
Those who buy aud wear their prints will, they
feel roiilldetit, II ml them superior In durability, sr
tls lestyle und lliilsh. Do sure and ask for their
goods, uml sou that their murks aud tlckuta aro on
t tit-111 .
101D MEDAL AWARDED
tun A ul Unr. A urn. and grimi tUul.
leal Wnrk.wmuild I lie Iwat anil
clii'n-l , inihapensalili. tu e.-rj
ltinn,i-ntllliil "tlm Hcinnenof laf
ir.Ki-ir.fnwrvaliuD beund Ul
llni'M. l-'reiu-li uiiiNlin,tiitxtseilt
tail RiU.msi ip.nmliiina beautilul
sti-ul nimtvinxa, 12u prtnuriri
tiiinn, priee only $I.Jo annt hf
FMIIOT THVPIP leilJnstitulnor llr.W. II. IAK-
i-nnn now.Aiiurena r.nooij mhii.
K Ull. No 4 llultlneh St. Uuatou.
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inenmnnU 1-nn.lliniiHnn an.l .11 j4t.A..a. nf lit.
as In the celebrated Tola, Hock nud Kve In ad'
a dilluatvo stiimilnnt ond tonlo, to build up the
FOR FAMILY USE, PEICK1.00J
denier who fy to pnlm oiTnpon you Rock and Rve In '
Hnil livn. whu-li la il.- nniv iiw-ill.Mi..ri iii.-u
annum Pout-paid. Single Not. BOct.
No. 2(Ncw Series) Contains : - i'i
IM he n lliitterfly Snn(f .....ltlchnrds. 3$ .
Oh, Gentle ltirds Tenor Song . ...Hcmiett. 4 .
The llustic Leaves Duet ...Williams, jj i
The Chapel t-em. or mix. voiccs..Kreoter, 06
Three l-'ishcm Quartet Hullah, 06
Sparklinif Heautv Waltz Ilnrker. 3J i
Picture Cards Hloette Hehrcns. S I
Iloccaccio March Four lIanda...Drcaler, 50
Chiming l'.ells l'olka Huphaelson. 3J
Ttcnt ty HEFTIIO V ' Crrnn contains M tn sM
T ''il,i';,"",l,",',Bl? "T Wh' W'slmtl orElMiiilwd
In.--. ftDi;tHv.-.,M,-t,i Kt llnt.H.fiiilKlit ivilows 8iw
f l.r inn , LhiiokhohIs, JWk. t oi- iihim lli ndlw Td
lMT,"'"'' Relive w d board CK O A
J" t ara lure, Moul, Hook, Av.,mmlf D7V
Jf nfter nnv year' ne yon are not satlllrkara '
ilru-aii,ll preiniuly rt hiud iWi.y ih iJlrreU
c:vs a:;s tz&axs tes nsisuiaur
v)nr"?n' ri''0 "nllnwC-nltowert to par eTTnef tf
wlih uilli iii-nitnnlH n ta all train OlLer
rjans tM. tie, ( M) i, ,. I orert Sia u $tM.
HrjJeuutijul liluttrutrd Cutaloyutfttt.
ricara Address or call upon
BANJUL r. BEATTT, Washington, Now Jersey '
OP ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which wero totally destroyed by Urn on' May' Stta'1
nud September 21,
A EE IIEBUII1T'
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Ordoraaratolielted tot . v -1 -
Strictly Pure White Lead nnd Red' Lead,
Culd-Pri'SHfd nnd Pure Dark Castor
nn n .,,,,1 nki..niuj
vii, i.un nuu J.IHIVIU uuuuu
0 15 A 0 0 6
Tills oterrtiitarticla of cnKWINO TOBACCO
I.. . 1 ..... . i. j .1. m .a
ivnow nn nie iniiraev. ak your urnirr lor is
luuul'ni'tuiedbv (!. A. JACKSOM CO.
YOUNG 5IEN SStk
riiriaiu 01 a umaiiuo, aaaress vawaun nrowsss
Janeavllls, VMs. ; . v . :
A DV KUTISKtis ! aeud for nnr dclsrt 1.1st sf Lo
"fal Kewspnrery, (Jeo, F, Kowell Co., 19
Pruc itrcct, S. Y. - - : v : . ,
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