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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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IMVAKIAHI.V IN I)VAN('I.
All Commuulcallona tliould l.e addreimed to
V. A. IHTkV 1TT
J'uhlliiher and 1'ro'iriotor.
IIow H Tellt the Story of Hl Cam of Poker
With Niipoluon HI.
Dan Hion, the fuiiiuiis clown, rclntcM
tlio following Htory of hi.s .'inn.' of linker
wiili Niipoleon HI.: '
In lx.i."i I was ii rnee-rMer oil' Lout
IsIiwkI, N. V., fpj0, c. Stevens.
Jsiiui! Vatilecr was tint trainer. After
f'xereisin DosuritH, n l-yeur (iM.mnl riv
ing linn a hi.; sweat, ho hIiovc1 lame
nos. IK. was entered for a jm.-,t htake.
n Kindle dash of two miles. Vimleer
sent in on liorsolwk to New York with
a letter to Mr. Stevens, giving him full
particulars of thu latnene.-s, T vising his
w itlnlrttwiil from thu rant. I arrive.il iu
New York, dismotiiiteil in front of the
Hotel iht l'Hiis. loented. I think, nt tlm
corner of Ilromlway and Leonard flivcf,
imiuired for mid was shown up to Mr.
Stevens' private parlor, where I found a
parly of the most distinuiheil cvntlc
inen in New York, hitliiigaroiiiid atal.le
and playing a paine of "draw." First
was the ci-hthra ted Dull' (liven, of New
York, a trreat turfman; Moeca.-iii Juk
Hon, of New York, the owner of llm-k-tail,
the lirt pn-at trotter ever taken to
England; Harry Severn, said to he the
hand.-Miini;-.t man in New York, and
owner of Oneida (.'Jiief, the fa-tet pac
inp horse in the world of that dav. ..r
since-1 myself ridinp him a mile on
Jonp Island track in iwo minutes ami
ei'ht sttconds; of course 1 was liht
weight. Jin was a beautiful chestnut
sorrel, sixteen and one-half hands hlh,
Maze face, four white leps. This wa.s a
trial race aaiu.,1 time; Ids owner could
p t no matches in this country, and sent
him to England with "liuektail," where
)io was sold lo Lord Elktoti for a larpe
num. Then came Billy Semon, of Statin
Island, owner of Du'styfoot, a runninc
horse whom I afterward rode throupTi
the Western country, which pave me the
nickname "Dan Du'styfoot," by which I
w as known iiifportinp circles. Next was
Col. Elliott, the ownei of the running
marc, -llctsy Hansom;" a pentl'-inan
who at that day U'ciutin somewhat no
torious because of a waer of (f.",(nx)
made that ho would marry the celebrated
J.miiicru danseiise, Mmc" Celeste, with
in twenty-four hours after bcinp intro
ijuced to her. Slut made her first ap
j'learanoo in America at the Bowery
J'hi'ater.creatinpaii extraordinary furore
as the (jueen of Terpsichore. On her
third appearance Elliott was introduced
and won his bet. She had a child by
him, a daughter, sulisccpieiitly. I trav
eled a short distance with them West I
remember well several times of having
the. little darling on my lap while the
mother was on the stape. Elliott and
she lived unhappily together liecause of
his dissipated habits. I saw that noble
mother for thu lat time at Wheeling.
W. Va. I h arned that the daughter,
after being thoroughly schooled and cul
tured, married a most estimable .'cut Io
nian in Baltimore, -Aid. Mr. Stevens
n-e from the table when I handed him
a letter, and said, "(ientlcnien. excuse
me for a short time. I have a matter of
much importance to attend to," ami in
u pleasant manner remarked, "My boy,
here, w ill play my hand in my absence,"
he knowing well that all rau-hor.M' Isns
coiil I play cards. 1 w as about to take
hi- chair, when he said, "Allow nie to
introduce you to my leading rider," each
gentleman shaking hand, including an
odd-looking and to tin an eccentric look
ing individual whom thov called "Count
LoiiK." w ho was a guest of Mr. Stevens.
Tin; play went on. I won three straight
ganics: it came my deal. Count Louis
drew from Mr. Stevens' pile of checks.
Illld ".-tal.e.l" a big blind. I "put tip"
the cards while all were laughing at a
distiicMiishcd Frenchman's bad English.
1 raked in the pilo jut as Mr. Stevens
returned handing nie a larc-..i.ed letter,
when I said: ' Boss, I have increased
Your pile, w hich I could haw; made stiil
larger if 'Dosoias' had not got lame.
This gentleman," pointing to Count
Louis, "drew -T-'o worth of t hecks."
"All right, my Filth, man," said Mr.
Stevens, "it shall be yours."
"Oui, oui. garcon, by'm by, I pay you
more tvs dat."
This was the refugee, afterward Na
poleon III., Emperor of France. Ho
died in my debt; peace to his remains.
Like him, I, too, have found my Sedan.
Cost of a Mining Patent.
To obtain a patent for a miningelaini,
the cost is about as follows, as figured
up by thos't who have had oxperiencu in
the matter: The advance fee for Kiir
veyor's work in the United States sur
veyor general's ollico on each and every
claim is $ ID. The fees for the deputy
mineral surveyor may be averaged at
$1011. Such would bo the i hargu for
surveying a single claim, or it may bo
reduced one half w here there tire several
to make in one locality. Wo believe
such charge is made on a ba ,is of ..'()
per day. The fees of the register ami
receiver of the local land ollico amount
to $10, the cost of advertising vjl aver
age $10. depending entirely upon the
length of the description which may he
long or concise. Tho cost of posting
notices on thu niiin) nnd the nllidavits
of witnesses may be set down at In
most cases an attorney will have to bn
employed, whoso fee should not exceed
$100 for all clerical work. Then add
tho final govern ment charge for t he land
at $5 per aero for a quartz claim. A
claim of $1, 600x000 fer.t contains afflic
tion of over twenty-ono acres, and con
sequently costs about $107. Thus wo
liavo tho sum of $117 nu a fair ami aver
age estimate of tho cost of securing a
government patent, and a perfect titlo
to a full Mi.ed quartz initio.
Aflcr a Chicago "heat" had got trust
at every saloon in town, tho landlords
of a Western mining tow n held a con
miltntion and concluded to shoot him.
Tho following words aptieared over his
last resting place: "Death Loves , a
Mining Shark." iJrcaJtud Table, . ,
Ami theru are some trees which are
deserving of more attention than lias vet
been given them in this country. I he
willows, for instance, have seldom been
cultivated in a largo way; ami yet there
are few trees ho easily grown, or which
will pay better for cultivation. Thov
adapt themselves to a wide range of soil
mid climate. They grow on high ground
nnd on gravelly soils not less than by the
aides of streams, where, we most com
nionly see them, They are of rapid
growth ami 3 iehl a large return. Tho
osier-willow Is specially useful, we know,
for the manufacture of baskets, chairs,
and other articles of furniture, and we
Import it to the extent of $.r,ooo,ouo an
nually, w hen we might produce itcasilv
in almost any part, of our country. We
hardly think of the willow as a Umbei
treo or for the production of lumber, but
only as yielding a cheap, poor sort of
fuel. , But iu England the wood is great
ly prized for many purposes. While it
is light it is also tough; it docs not break
into slivers. Hardly any wood is so ifood.
therefore, for the linings of carts and
wugons used in drawing stone or other
rough and heavy articles. It makes ex
cellent charcoal especially for the man
ufacture of gunpowder. " It bears ex
posure to the weather, and boards made
of it are very serviceable for fences.
Some species of it are admirable for Use
as a live fence or hedge. On account of
Its comparative incombiislibilitv, the
willow is eminently useful for the" floors
of buildings deMgnod to be fire-proof.
It grows to a larw size and furnishes 11
great amount of lumber. There is a
...1. : : 1 1 . ... . . . .
wmie wiiiow growing in Mockbrnlge,
Mass.. which, at four feet from Pi n
ground, measures twenty-two feet in cir
cumference, and extends its I trundled
fifty feet in every direction. Tradition
mus 11 was nrouglU from Connecticut 111
IN '7, by a traveler, who used it as a
ridin'-switch. Hon. Jesse U Fell, in
giving an account of exper iinenis iu
T planting, on an extensive scale, in
Illinois, says: "Were I called upon to
designate one tree which, more than all
... 1 i . .
"nici s, 1 wouiu recommend lor general
tllailtinL'. I Would s":iv imlieil'ilin.rlv ;i
should be the w bite willow." Professor
isrewer says: "In F.iiL'land, where it is
often sixtV or seventy feet lii.rh ill twen
ty years, there is no wood in'greater de
mand than giod willow. It is light,
very tough, soft, takes a good linish, "sill
oenr more poiinuing and knocks than
ailV other wood crown there -out I,
it.s use for cricket-hats, for floats to pa 1-dle-wheels
of steamers, and brake-blocks
oil ears. It is used extensively for turn-
ing, planking coast ing-essds,furnit ure,
OX-Vokes. Wooden lee-s. mIioi.- Msts ..te
Fuller says, "It groweth incredibly fast
it being a byword that the oroiit by
willows will buy the owners a horse lie
fore that by other trees will pav fur the
saddle." The basket-willow, well cul
tivated, will ield a net income of $l.ru
a year to the acre. On the whole, there
fore, it would seem that the various
kinds ot w illow, the economic value of
which bus been hitherto ent ir,.k- ..,.
looked in our countnfare eminently
deserving of attention, and will amply
reward those whociiltivatethem. - 1'ioni
"MVuils and rmjit of 1 rrn-l'lnnlurj''
h X. II. Kjstm, in l'uuular Siace
Do Courcy Interrupted.
"It was in 1011 w hen the elder Do
Courcy had command of a large body
of troops, and made a gallant oiis:iii-:a
against the Danes at Ccntarp. It was
then that our name became famous, and
when Henry V. issued his proclamation
ordering none but those who had tho
right to arms, or those w ho had w on the
right at Agincourt, to bear them, Do
Courcy's riehts were respected, and up
to the present day our crest as a iin
rampant proper holding a crown, while
the shield is a, Willi i:e ; , s-de-lis m pi.
fez." So spake l'eginald le Drainer Do
Courcy, as be s . .villi a friend on an
empty U-er-keg iu the hallway adjoin
ing Air. Mulligan s cafe. W lien he came
to the "gu. fez," a wet mop, thrhtlv roll
ed, sent with force by an unseen hand,
struck the speaker on the back ' the
neck, ami knocked the tomato can from
his hands as ho was about to rai.se it to
All the devices of drumming up trade
throughout the country have been tried
over and over again byonr metropolitan
merchants with an ingenuity and liber
ality that have resulted in great finan
cial gains and a booming sale of goods
each season. The travelling business,
however, has been rather overdone dur
ing the past two seasons. Every small
concern has its five or six commercial
travellers roaming through the country
now, and the novelty has quite worn oil'
in this branch. Tho drummers swarm
about the ollices of merchants through
out the country in such numbers now,
nnd the rivalry h:is became so fierce,
that business men find them a great
bore, and have taken late to tho heroic
policy of showing Iheni tho door and
rudely slamming it in their faces. It
w ill not take long, at this rate, to bring
tho business of drumming up trade into
such disrepute, thai it will be worse
than useless to engage in it at all.
So in their dilemma they are prudent
ly casting about for some means of ad
tling fuelto their fire or reviving the al
most defunct spirit of the palmy days
just after the war; w hen a drummer had
only to take fine quarters in a first-class
hotel and get all tho merchants in the
town boiling drunk, to be able to rako
in the orders for goods at the rate of a
cool couplo of thousand dollars a lick.
Two great firms, at least, in New York
city think they liavo hit' upon the very
idea. They liavo each taken some of
their youngest, best looking and cheek
iest salesladies, and sent them out on
tho road with samples to work up the
trade which, under tho old system ot
drumming, was fast slipping away from
them. Tim success of tho ladies has
been quito phenomenal. Wo aro inform
ed that hardly in a single instance have
they failed to secure largo orders from
tho recalcitrant merchants who have
gone back on tho drummers of tho 1U
furcated garments. Surely tho astute
tradesmen of Gotham aro ahead when
it comes to tho ways and means of so
curing ami holding Initio.
Concerning tho strongest, New Eng
land factories an estimate is niado that
thoy pay an averago of seven pur cuui
on. tho investment
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE
Merchants, Kcad This.
To Ihoho subject to ills incident to tho
vexations of business life, dyspepsia aud
h fcclinjf of delihdty and fretfulness, wu
say, without equivocation, take Hinunnna
Li vi r nebular. This remedy is unequalled
111 tho cuio of piles, constipation, bad
breath, sick headache ami bilmis complaints.
Tho regulator is free from any injurious
inceurial substance; not (iissgrecablejcan
bo taken at any time without interfering
with biisinenn or pleasure. It is gentle,
safe und a good digester.
An Old Fiicnd.
L'o whs ulllicbd with a lame back and
generally debility; ho was recommended
Thomas' F.clectrie Oil which cured him at
once. This famous specific is 11 positive
remedy for bodily pain. 1 uul 0. Bchuh,
It is woutii kkmkmiiehimj that nobody
enjoys the nicest nurrountliiie8 jf ju h(l,i
health. Theru are miserable people about
to- day with otic loot in tho grave, when a
bottle ill' 1'alker's CiillL'er 'I'unie unnhl do
them more ood than all thu doctors and
medicines they have ever tried. See adv.
The Howo scales have all tho litest im
provcmentH. It is true economy to buy
the best. Boidon, Sclleck ii Co., ogeiits,
St. Louis, Mo. (ijj
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can denv. isiieciiillv when nksitHiwf
is rendered when one is sorely u filiated
wiin disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to onr
female population. Every woman should
miow mat hlcctric Bitters are woman s true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al ulways proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the Lste. and only p.oht
fifty rents a bottle. Hold bv Ceo. V.
Mrs. Ira Mulhnlland. Albany. N. Y..
writes: "For several years I have suffered
irom olt-recurrui'' bilious headaches, dys
pepsia anil complaints nceulhr to mv sex-.
riinie u.sin' your Burdock Blood Bitters I
inn entirely relieved." l'nce fl.W. I'.U.
Used to say : "Boys, if your blond is out
of order trv Hllr.L.eL t,.n " on.t lli,,n III. .11
... ivii , urn, iiiwij nej
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down
in kettles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion; now you get all the curative proper
ties pin up 111 a paiatauie lorm in burdock
Blood Bitters. Price 1.00. trinl size 1 0
cents. Paul 0. Schuh, Accnt.
Buckleir.s Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts.
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Hkcutu. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. and nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is k'uarantcod to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
,ri cents pr hex. For sale by Geo. E
The term hvdra may be used to renre-
ficnt any nitnitold evil. If you would bat-
ue successfully with this many-headed
monster of disease you will find it expedient
to keep Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound always at hand. Dr. Bauning.
Go to Paul G. Schuh lor Mrs. Freeman's
Xew National Dyes. For brightness and
lurability of color are unooualcd. Color
from to 5 pounds. Directions in English
Mid German. Price 15 cents.
A lUptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of being 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 sutlerer from quinsy;
"Thomas' Eciectric Oil cured me." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
Eciectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
ami chiiil had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eciectric Oil cured them,"' and it taken in
time it will cure .seven timesout of ten. I am
confident it is u euro for the most obstinate
cold or coHgh, and if any one w ill take a
small teaspoon and half till it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in one
nostril ami draw the Oil out of the spoon
into the head bv snilliiit; as hard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that tw ice a week, I don't care
how offensive their head may be, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness ami earache ithasdone wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is the only
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to sec it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not lie without it iu my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves nie like
Thomas' Eciectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Chaxk, Corry, Pa.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
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 of
Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sullerer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
ami give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use iu all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of thu oldest ami best female
physicians nnd nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Dvsi'tJi'siA, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
entire system. (3)
A GOOD BABGAIN
Will he given sonic entcrprisoing niau
in Tub uullictin Building, which is now
offered for salo on easy terms, fong time
and low rato of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past ' year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Thu property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
tWO Storv 1(1 X 4.1. IIhs ft f'mnfn trn nf fit)
feet on Washington nvcnuo and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gino, boiler, itc, in tho 2 Btory building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ollico, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
TiiieCoi.H amj Lijstuk oje Youth uro
restored to failed or gray hair by the use of
I arker's Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing
highly esteemed for its perfume and purity.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patienco of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to iutcrest his Hinlicnco while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Geo. E. O'Jhra's
drug store. (oj
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, ami all weakness
of generative organs. l. 5 for fj. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy. 1115 First Av . N V m..i,i !..
Cam by Barclay Bros.
Geo. Meredith, Jersey City, wriles: "The
Spring Blossom )ou sent mo has hail the
happiest effect on my daughter; her head -ache
and depression of spirits hs vanished.
She is again able to go to school, and is as
lively ns a cricket. I slnll certainly re
commend it. to nil my friends. . Price .10
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul (1.
Bit. Kline's Curat Nkuvk Bkstoki u is
Iho marvel of the ago for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bend to 031 Arch
Hirecr, rniiaucipia, ra.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Iivspcpsta, Llvor Ms
'V easen. Kever ami Akiic
llrarl lliseiise, Ililiiins
IK'SH. Nervous Deliilltv
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAX !
welve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
i hi Syrup poM...Kc varied projiertleii: It im
ulHtci thu ptyallnc In the -Mllvti. which convurlM
lh. "lurch and (iiuur or thu TiMid Into hIiichb
ilnlrlunyv in fityaliuc CH.if w Ind aid hotiririp l
ll.c foo.l in the itloniacb. If Iho mi-dicl... jj J'.,u
linnud utB v nfii.r .iitii ii... i.. .i.. .V".
It ads iijkiu the Liver,
It acts upon thfl Klilni'js,
It Regulates the Rowels,
It Purities the lilooil.
It Quiets tint Nervous System,
It l'roniotcs Digestion,
It Nourishes, StreiiBllieiisaiiil Invigorates,
It Curries uu" the Old lilooil hiuI makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin anil Induct s
It neiitriilir.vs thu hereditary omit, or poison in
the tilood, whlh penetittcH Scrofula, ErvKinlH,
and all maiinur of Mklu Dlseasea and Infernal tin
mom. There arc no Kpirits employed In It iimnnlucltire
nnd it (.an Imtiikfii hy IIiciiiokI d'tlirKto halicor hy
the nut'd and fcchle, rsru only IiuIdk required In at
tcuti u to dlrcct ona.
Oalvn, Henry County, IIIh.
I wsa Knirerlni? from Sick llcadnchv nntl Wi.i.V
ni'KK rotbut I could not attend to my hoiihchold (In
ticK. and a nhort trinl of Or. Clark Johnson's kill
an Hlood Syrup on'ucinallv cured tnu.
AtliS IltLltN EI.KIN8.
Waterman ttatlon, IleKalli Co., 111k.
'Mil Ik tooTtlfy that Dr Chirk Jithnon' Inillnn
Hlood Svrup ho cured niu of Tutu in thu llnck. It
la & vuluulile medicine. Mils Wool),
Centre Hill, WliltuCo., Ark.
TIiIk l to certify that 1 wna allllcled with r'n
tntion of thu Heart for ninny jvnrx I iricil dill, r
ent doctor. whoKO prcKcrlptione tontlud nioru lo
weaken me than they did to treiit;tlie,n. I at lut
reg lvej to try Dr. Clark Jolumoti'a Indian Jlioou
Syttip, which proved to ho a niMltlvn cure-not on
ly rurliii; the Heart Dl-eane, hut nleo a SU:k lluad
uch which hud hueu Irouhllni; me.
MRS MARY A. NKAL.
I waK alHlrted with I.lur Coniiliiltit and DvKpep
kU and failed to gut relief, although iihIiilt rundl -rlnu
from nnr heat doctor I eoiuimiiieed nlinr
Dr. .lohnKon'a Indian Hlood Svrnp, and ahort trial
curud nut. T. W. RIS1NU, Mullno, III.
ThlHiertlllea that Dr. Clark JoIiukoii'h indiiin
Hlood Syrup lm etrectually cured mu of DyKpeppla.
Ton much cannot ho nald In iiriilHit o' It.
W. K. W1.VMKK, Hedford, Mo.
Aeent.s wanted for Iho nlo of tho Indian Hlood
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
ae,cut, I'tirtlculara Riven on applicnllon .
MtUUUISTH HBLIi IT.
Iiil)ratorv77 Wtai at.. N.
(11TY MARSHAL'S NOTICli.
Notlco Ik hereby clven Hint. Hih hor anil thu;
jioiiiki nuK oeen chi kiii imikki on Kiiiiromi rtreet,
iieiir Klahtli, and Unit all home nnd tloi( upon
which inxcKhnvu not been paid, fnutid running at
largo wiinin tnu corporate limit ol inn cliv, win
nu caught up anil linpo mded and the owner lined.
. II. .MVttliS.cily JUarNliiil.
U KAY'S SPECIFIC MRDICINK
TRADE MRK. Tho Ureal. Knir-
HhIi reiuedy. An
unlnllliitf euro for
potency a .el all
(llKufea Hint foloiv
? Ik if memory, Th
nf Atllf-HllllHO UNA
.. uio iu niu iiaen, tr
ilunnoM of vllon, premature old , and many
other dlnuaaet that lead to lUHaiiltv, coumimptlnu
ora prumatiue trrave.
rVflfllll litirll. In ..... - l. . .1 I..L ....
.... ,' i n u mi B iii uur (ill M'Ti 1 i, v ir.u w 1
rlualru tound free bv mall to r .cvuic. JWTlio
'ii,.iuvaiuuiciiie ik Bom nv t i'i-iuiii ti iii i per
naiKHue. nr l tiiifiL....... r.. k .... ...ni..
I U " iin..iii,u, mi fj.tit nilllin-vii.iii
. u-..vm uv,:im ui iiiu nioTiMv. ov aiuireKKitiK.
TUA UltAY Al KDIC1NK CO.,
, . UcrrAW.N.Y.
'in Account of counterfeit, wn hoyo adopted thu
f ollow Wrapper j the oulv iiouulne. Uuiunnlevi
, , Sold In Cairo hy P. 0. HCJIL'H.
oluulo Auuiiti, MorrUiuu, PlumbuT k Co.,
3 mi 4 A
W pi ip
(IBAJDS ILUUw.i .
Over i)()i) ()li FinHlow. ii,,......i . .11-
Korconel,. .7: '"lllv
Hirimi.cheKi.nd hinKH. ' "n,unim"-""".
Balsam of Tohi
V VxV.A,tT IK I-OTTLKS FOB KAJIILY I'SF, I'DICK 8io -1
.y4M '70N! darnf'
.... M . k , private die proprietary Hlampnn
IllU KILL. UtlCIC mill 1(V1. Oil Ii
o .,, . . ,v ww., in. irieiorH, 11 lilvtr Street, (.' i cutro. Ill
Solo hy Dkuooihth, (.uockrs amiJWus Kv kry wii kkk.
I'lllilUhid Monthly, Vrti"t $3.4Ht vrr
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
( utl;ii;e l v tin- lover Son
Ovi rll.i eii-Sf,i.r I ho .... .1. M. (irtli
) II i h l in e, My n.iliv Hkliar.ls
Ye I..IU: liitiU (Juarlit Smart
I he Lover,' I'.irowell-Quurtet V. I
lliiflit liven Walut i-'urwrll.
Jl'leen of Mearu (J.iv.ittr Hielefeiil.'
Mnl and Toe (i.ilop four ilamls Hi niler.
New Year.,' (In .-lioir lolk.t .... Kivnhoni.
.'U S'etliii'll's l.r.iiut M ir. I. Mr., ..)...
rial irip-.Nos. , and i mailed pml-piiid, rcc.-.pl of 7? el or f'r monlhs for ..no. '
'Rin-: J. L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Aj.-e.u-v (or cnun
Jl!!LLlv.TAV Ot"ANa, Ditson'8 l.mnoNs A... S. nd ir our III., t,..i,-J VrWc
iSt udy ing
Will K't v:ilti;il)lo itifoi'ina
by Kiudlnu for circular to K. TOUItJEE, Bomon,
I'Q IMl'KOVEI) ROOT BKEK. 2r.C
11 liil.O DuckRi'e mukea K mlluni i,f !....
clou, whoh Bonn!, pnrkllu temperance bev
urnx: Ak your ilrumjlHt, or Kent by mull for 2.'c.
;. E. HIKES, 4H . Dela. Ave., fbllada.
r WlM!k r"n 1,u n,ll ln nny locality.
V"osomethli.ciitltulv new forayeni. r outfit
free. (t. W. INiKAlI AM CO., Burton, Miune
500 ItEWAHD !
St.m.max's Kt.IXIUoK LIFE
A purely Vi-L'ctahlit lilooil Purifier, Htnl iruaran
teed to cure eii.e In inn, or money rcr.irded
lie. almve rewurd will nu toed for a remedy which
will care a ninny ca-e of Miliaria, Kever and Atsne,
Upe,i.iu, Kliuuinatim. C'nliirrh, Liver and Kid
nev HiBeane. iti.nvi boitlea void on tin merit,
without a.iverliini, in even yc ir If billon,
Uiinld, and our anilitltoii I uonn, hfu I rIoouiv
Tr. out: but tie. Ii will convince you of Its miperl
orltv over unv otli.-r nn..,lv 1, ...... t.n.-.. 11..
mora of ihe Ski. I , H ' V. . " ".
th: Elixir will curu It when all other retnedie
have fulled. Ak your driiKnlt for It. l'rico l
iindjj. A f Jduliar liuilU. ent hy expre ere
tmi.l. MTd l.y A. I.. MTIM.M AN & Co., New
!"rk .'''ciilnrHfrec. II. C. WlI.LAia), Clen'l
Au'ent I . S. mid I aniidii. Troy, N. V,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ZSU
ore "jHiem in three month. Any inin who will lakn
I pillearh mcrlit frmii I to 1 wwlii,iy be rinlnrod
to Bound heallh, it Hirh a llune bn pnmuhle. Sold ov
f rywhere.iiriiei.t bv 111n.1l f,,r H li.tt..r MnnipH, I. N.
JUIINBUN a Co., llohtiui, Mur furmuily Bauar, Mo.
1 n.i .fTwiiu- , . . . : "
Blm.mur, 6nmrtirlK nd Painful Beurationf Sf the
n m am 1 ... ., . .
JJ I II II I'"' uumo, r or nruo oy all druir-
' VIHtH. nr Hrnfc liv Pvnr... nn ...
ce.J.tofTfleB. JOHN D. PAHK ft PONH
lTAuiul l?7Sve.im..ref.t. OlNCINNATi
. KiB.n. i, ni:iii,Livj
ilit uryrleH. JOHN D.
riM.I . r
(JJUO. i'leiiao mention thluimuer. A
KorSnleby WAUCI.AV IlltO'S. Cairo, IIIh oi.
DR. KLINES GREAT
r)KiVS t)Sl .1 III I l,t f.tU Vtllel
..11 lit. Alt, wi.X'.u. a
ItnNH ITH I'l-ll L.l-V i.ti- INI Al I fill L Ifi.k..
!iiro lr. .ohttiOftT ftr'ttt'iV U'. 'I'rrAtiin k.
l trial tul tic fret! to tit f 'aiii'ttliiy airirit i-xiirana
o!irtfi'ori .M.i.wlu'ii rffttlvml. Nen'd nsmvn,! O nnr
nyi mr " I'H-n r.. ;i.n Area
t,,'hiU'U ' St-t liru"tnt. Hnntruf Vuurf.
The Best Known Remedy for
Baekacho or Lame Back.
Rhoumatlsm or Lame Joint.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralaia orKldnoy Diseases.
Lumbago, Sevoro Achesor Pains
Are Huperlor'o nit other rialrr.
Arc Superior lo I'aiU.
Aro Superior lo l.lulmroU.
Aro Superior lo Olntinonu or RaW.
They Ael IminedlaCuly.
They Ktillrvn Pain at Onee.
They ronltlvely Cur.
nnnmio'R rpeln roronii rim
inrs imvenern imitstea. 1)0
lint allow vuur drmriHt la
jmlm oil anni!) other plimter hnvlng iiralltr
iiundl.iff nnmn. Seo that th word Uiudlml
A r-C-I-N K. rrlro 6 eta.
SEACURY A JOHNSON. .
ftllllllllll. turillK CIletlllM, NUW Tork.
KDHK IM:iliaVAT l'.AHTrrtc"r;
MUD'S Mediated CORN md BUNION PLASTtR.
IB mm JfW
' "lllllinni mill IUIV.
I'c-n.o.ila. cot.Hiimption and all difo, of the
llii alwiiy l.eeii one of iho mot Important
weapon wielded hy th medical faculty
HKaliiHl the enrroaeliiiM 1,1 ol' Ciuiuh, Cold.
Lm' Vn t,iHi.r.,.,i'!''?-t;:;rv .'I'ti r,,tt' : '"
caeh hoitle "rurll
: . ..'.. ..
iimnim VuHt-paid. Sinulo Aim, SO rl
111. il t!Mil..rll, C...... I
1 il He ii llmlerlly Son,? HkhanU. $
Oh, (.eiillu Hint. 'li,K,r Sum, . .. lieniietl.
I lie lliiM.c I.e.ive.s Hurt ..Willianw.
'I lie I'll. iii P ciii. nr mix. voice. Kretil.'i r.
1 lin e rliei-Qnail, t liillah.
SoarlJiiiir ili :niir t .ili it
i-ieiure I ants-liln. ttr K. hn s
lloccaccio Marrh ('our Ilamls Driller,
C'liiiiimir IVHs I'nlkil K.ipliai Kiiii.
riio KniKol'thH H dy i the brain; thu
ti.ii.ii( h ii miiiu upport; thu uure Ha mituHen
Kcm; the t.owel. tne kldecy and tho porca ill
enavmird. ln.liiretlon create a violent revolt
amoiiK tlieie attaciie of the reuiil oran, ami to
brine them back to their dutr, therein nothing like
thu re'iiliititiL'. purlfyliiB. iuvino-ailtiL', co.iltni; op
eration ol Taiiiunt ' Sk.t.kii Ai'i-khir.t. It ren
ovate tho yti 111 aud reli,re to hen Hi both thu
bo ty nnd the mind .
SOI.U BV ALL UHl tiGISrS.
1 1 V V T AAUIV (i Clilna
VJ L JJIX A ' !A I lea Set. In
cloo tamp for
OUNll Al V X H yo" wiul to lemnTeleyrtt
... '"'' pbytnalewniontb, ami be
curtain of a altiiiitlon, uddre Valeiitlnu Brother.
lliU 11 "-'AT ST RATED CATALtltlUM
E2aTS?iia Waynesboro I 'a.
University of Virginia.
St'MMEIt LA W L'it.'Tl'KBS (nlnu wcokly),
l"' nrilh Jul ir, issj. ni ,.,,! nth September.
Have proved of iini ne.- hIuiIi iiI. who
deifi to nnrniie Ihelr hi nil. at thl or other Law
f,r , ;. ' '" ,!"""u " Pruiioftiio. rirntprihtoly; -and
.lil.io pnieilii.inei,! who Imvo hut hud inu ad-
Vlint'il'e 111 MVdli-Ill .11 I ..-u..l 1.. . .
...... .. 11 i- .".iii.ui.il. nu- circular
iipi.ly i P. o. t iiivtiiv of a ) to John U. M,xu,
)ui, 1 mi nun .-uu. IjHW.
OF EVERT KINn nnriPi ni. r
Klislii!,.!:""!: KVv.0,v,,r''' Ammunition,
JMil.igTn.kle, N In ph. Not, Knives.
KiuorH.HkntiM, liiiiiimonkit, le.
I.nr lliiiHtrnlKil CiiinloKue 1 KEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
i m i am j ii 11, ' I ,
WANTED I Linllcs and (lentlemcn, toeniraira
with M lo ;. ll hcveral U.er.il HoH.ofd
ArticleH. l'rollU liirB I.nl.or lH light.
Kxcliiovn territory uivnn. No comnotiiion
Torn,Kil,erl. CI it i ilu n, K H K E. a 'l ' rtM
HotvlU Haimfmt'H ', Uox WW, Ilttnliirnh, P.
SwpiUrU Inaoot Powder Kills
m - i -hm anaaaa
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
r. , ,. v. i inii.ii.,. iioni-oeN, aiiui,
IVeit Iliiun, V IciiM, I.li e,Tiil.uceo nnd C'ott.mWorum,
Mo Ii, etc. It iMRiifc, Kiiro, cleanly nnrteheup. It
will no! .olsnii uiiiM.ilM or fowls. Sample park
'',v ""'J ;,( wu, p. isf-p.tt.l. Ptiimps tnkeii.
tlrriiliini fir... Afoot, Wu.ite.l. Addnna,
J. II. JOIIJVSXON. Plttaborgh.Ps.
It U'ill tl if in ii . n 1 1 1 1. A...iMti..i- t. i
of all kinds for salo very cheap.
ICatalocues free. A.Mrew. richard
I HULL & CO. Box 808, 1'UtHburgh, l'a.
A Now and t'oni)neto II .tul. fronting on tovea
ooconu una Kuiiroau Hireula,
Th 1'nMnm.nr 11 nn( .,r Hi., r'l.l.,... u r..,i
- - -- ... , .,u .it. n ,., ,,iuin
aur .lew tiiliiiiii: 1 1 1 1 ti.il i'i,n.r.. iv.i
lioulri und PucliU'i Iiuu Mouututu nnd S-mihorn.
Mltllllll Hltll I 1.
jru nil Juhi a(tomi tlo utroftt while ibu SlwuubMi
I.Mlt.l I I, I. Im 1... . - . ......
1 IiIh Hotel m bentud hy titeatn. h H''ni
Umidry. Hydraulic Jilevnlor, Klertrlr full Helta.
Automatic Klru-AUrma, Ilntha, alwululol pura air,
iwi ii'i.i 1.1'ni.riiitu anu Lompiore aiioiiHiii'ii".
Huperb riiruiaUiuitgj nrrucl aurvlcai au.lanuu
1. P. 1'AllKKK Ac CO.,Les