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ltn wearer in every wuv,
nr tlin money will l'i' iviimili'il by
til" ponton from whom it wnaliniiclit.
Ttii"lilv('iirsrl iimii.iui..'--I In our li .i.ll'-f ln l. bin I
not InlurliiHa I i In- iiiiiin. iin.l. iiil 'iMVl y l.-iilion n
the u.l .Mill . i IliliiM I inline ' -'t ' "r
lluulti' i (. ,,. .tfi.ll, l'o-ti-tr I 'Hill I
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Health rri-w-riliij Htm- i-uillli .. l-oill(t.m
Formic by li-udiiiir K.tiiU l-.ili . ci ei-yahi-re.
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In a preparation if I'roloxldc or Iron, Peruvian
Hark ami tlm l'li..'iph.-ib h, -... l.ii. -t with the
Vctrciahlc Aromatic. Kinlurm .1 l.y tin' Mi-illc.il
Profusion, anil ii-riiiniiiriiili il liy t ln-m for ly
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rain-. Unut r Vllallly. Ni'nimi l'roa
trillion, oiile.c-n-e from Ivrr
and CIii-ohIc t'liill mid Ii-icr. Itaervel
every purput-e where a luMi; In ncu'saury.
MiisfMture4 by The Dr. llail.r Medicine Co., St. Loois.
Thf following l nr of tin: very many testimo
nial wt- are rl-cclviiiK dally:
Cnltn'a Smiip three inonlhs aRf I befsan tit
Dae of I'll. II mi f i;u s Ihiin T-imc, iiiion tlie aJ
U f of runny fi li'iultt wlin Kni w lis vli inn. 1 M
(iitTtrliifi ttiiin fi'iicnil ili lillil) In mu ll an rxti-ut
tliat my lulmr hm t x- i-i-il I n-l y lnirili iiHiiiiii' to me.
A vaint Ion of a month 1 1 iml tin- mi' much ru-lli-f,
lint on tlm ciiitlriuy, a liilluwuil by ln
cri'iiM il imiHtnitloii ami Milking ilillln. AC till
time 1 tM'Ktui tint imt of y.mr Iiiiin Tunic, from
wlili h 1 rt itlUi 'l uliiinit liuiiinltiilc ami Kuml. Hill
rcf-ullh. Tlii-nlil t-iii-ivy n liinn il ami 1 finimllliat
my natural fiin-u vraa lint . rnmm-iiily ahali-il. I
liave until thn i- liotili-mif ihi-'I'iiMi-. hlni-it umIhk
U 1 Imvediim-1 l,-Mliit lulmr I hut I i vi rillil In tlitt
amt tUtif ilnrliin my tllni', ami with ilnulilu tlio
rase. With tlm trampil! m rvi- tun! vlyurof Imdy,
liaacotui! alMi i i li iirni si of tlioiiL-ht iirvvr In-fur
ujneil. If the Tiink.' Iia not iI-mic Hid work, 1
kuuw mil w lint. I Klve !'. Uu-crvillt.
Muni L-rsu fiill v voim,
J. T. WATNOV,
Troy, 0., Jon. 2, t'atuillirliiiin Church.
Sale by Dru&jlsts and General Dealers veryther
U In tint r .mcum-ul Ii kuiuuv ol lint public iiiul
thi! miiillr.itl irir.--ii(ii. t hut liiM,.i,-i Hl.i n I'll
Ilitt-TH l t in- ilu l.m wliii li hi lili vi-iri i-ulli rpiti!i
lly lull. tli-ir-niKli iiiul li-n i i;n . ILflil.. rixlilyitii;
livi-r ili(irili-r, il inv.curatuii the ft-ulil .-, c ini'in-rH
kidui'v ami Mi-hlvr r.iiinplltit.K, iiiul lu-ti'm tlm
,-oliuili-ii'.i-iici.t ol llni-i; r. fiivi'.-liii.; from mf uhllnu
dlM-kana. M r-ov- r il !i tint p.' 'Hid 't-ll int
fCVi-r Mil ll !' Id,
Kornali! I v all Uru hii 1 ili ili r- yi intrally.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A ymtim fif yoiithliil liDpriuloiu c i-titiiii l'n-itia-lra
Iwtajr, Kimiiua Iiil'ilitv, Jwt hi mi i ti n-.
tkrlnirtri.il lu vulii cvi-ry kn-iy-n r- tu-ity. Inn ilis-ontfr-il
fltiil'l.' n it rnr-. l.ii li In- II i.m KIM. 15
tul.i f 'low mil" " r- ii I'l'' -M .I, II, ,1 6. 1. I S
1 linilmni i.. fi. I.
A fuvorlln pnncrlptl'in of nun tit tint
Cn.Ml nolw and mni'i-Hiil f.-.rmlli In tin- V H,
(nnw Mlrwri I fur lliTiiri of yrrriml ItfhtHty,
I,mt Mnkood, M'rukumm anil Iti raii, M'lil
Wi plain iHitii.uruvuiiiH-r. JirtigiimUcaullllll.
A4drM DR. WARD A CO., Uuliltna. M
J 0 CtLtBRiriED
1 ?bat Tl;fl Bunlock Was Good Tor.
"fiooil for iinlhlnir." Ilto fiiniinr auld,
A he nuiilc it mvi'i-ii ill tin- Iniiiliii'k'a liriid,
Hut thi'ii, hi' tlioiiulit II wim lioul, nti iloulil,
'I'o ciiiiiii -iMiii' ihiv Mini runt II mil,
hi i In- Imvi'ii il In:, m iilio, iiiul wi iil bin wiiy,
To fu'v In ciirti, lo untlirr his liny;
Ami I hi- wi'i'il prow Mill' Hit'l htinnif lltul lull!
ClOKL' 111' till' hiill' til lllU klll'lll'll Willi.
"Ilimil for n ImiiH'," rrli'd Itic lift to (mill,
Aw lin hiippi'il up (ml i Ilic tltiHty i-ninl.
Iln hint Just I ! liuvliilf H iln-iidlul liluht,
'I ho liny who it il vii It wki .vol In Miartit.
Iloio It'witK cool iitnl din k iiiul iiii'rii,
Tho Hiifi-Nl kiinl of Ictity hi ici'M,
Tlio toinl whh Inippyi "I'iii-," hiiIiI he,
"'I'bo luiiilmk v,hh plttinly im iiiit lor ino.
"(iiiml fur tt iirop, tin' upldor thotiirht.
And lo tiinl Iro with cun- lif wroiiithl.
Till lit' liisioni'il It well lo mi c i'i'iii-i'i-n,
AndKpiiM hi.H iillilri tlnn lii'lncrii.
"I'wniii Ix-iiut if ii I lii hU'i'.- ii trliiitiiih of akill;
'I'lif llli'H roiiii. 'I'.niiul, iih Idli'i-H will;
The Hpiitcr lin ki"l in Ihh cni nnr illin.
Tin- iiiin o thill mini', I In' lii-lli-r lnr lilin.
"liooil fir itlii.v," Hiild it rhll'l, porploxt
To knoiv whiil (t'nlir wim i-oiiiiiijr lu-xl.
So hIii- mitlicrcil Ilic ImiiH thai nil ili'iplsrul,
Ami Hit- i-ily iiIiimiimIi- wits ipillo HiirpiiMi-d
To hoi' w lull ii l.i'iiiiiil iil liiiski-t or i-hiilr
I "til'l be liiii.li', with n lit f li- linn- iiiul run'.
'I'licy riiii'i il Ihrlr lii-iiNiiioK illiotil with pi'lili',
And pliiy.-tl all iluy by Hit' liunlnrkV Khlc.
Nnthlim l I'wt in I hit wml.l of oiiivj
Hom y i-onu'K fiom tho hllo llowi'is;
'l'h word whlrh wo pii-" In ulli-r Ht'iirn,
Mny sum- n lilt' by mint nor iiiiu ti.
Wo'iiilor iiwttit us lit r-vi'iy turn.
Wo must bo Hlloiit, nil. I itlitdly Intnl.
No room for roi-klohHiions or iilumo,
Sincit o on a liiiiiliu'k hits ils uso,
H. A. It., In St. Nii liuliltt.
A COOL SCOUNDREL.
The Feculiar M.mncr in Which a Burglar Crac'tod
My imifos.simi U not a piilnr one.
Tliort! is oinisiiliTJilili' in-jii(lit'rt iiojrtiiist
it, 1 iliut't think my.Milf it is much
worse tliitn a u;uoil niaiiv t hers. How
ever, that's lintliino; to tlo with my story.
Sonic years no-o, mo ami the o-cntlt'inan
who was at Ilial. tiiueroiinri'tt'ii with tun
in Inisiticss -he's nit't willi reviji'scs sinco
Ifeon, iiiul at ircsciit iu't ulilc to jmi out
was kiokino; arouinl for a joh, t i 1 1
at that time rather hard ii, as you
iiiiht say. We .struck a small country
town. 1 ain't noin' to ;ivc it away liy
toUiiir where it was, or what the name.
of it was. There was one hank there.
The jircsjtlent was a rich ohl duller;
owned tlie mills, owned thcliunk, owned
most of the town. Then1 wasn't no
other nflieer Imt the eashier, and they
had a I my who used to sw eep out, nnd
run their errands.
The hank was on the main street,
jiretty well up one end of R-niee, snu
plave on the corner ol :v cross-street,
with iiothintr very neurit. Wo took our
observations, and found there wasn't no
trouble, nt all about it. There was an
old watchman that walked up and dow n
the slreel iiiulils, when lie didn't fall
iisleen and t'oi'uet it, The vault had
two doors; the oiiImiIo one was chilled
iron, and bad a I bree-w heeled combina
tion lock; the inner wasn't nudum' at
all; yon could kick it open. It didn't
pretend to be nothing but. Iire-proof,and
it, W!is;n't even that. The lirst thing we
did, of course, was to lit a key to tlio
outside door. As tlo lock on tho out
side door was nn old-fashioned Bacon
lock, any gentleman of my profession
who chances to read this article will
know just how easy that job was, and
how we ditl it. 1 may Nay here that the
gentlemen in my line of business, hav
ing at times a moat deal of leisure on
their bands, do oonsiderablo reading,
and are particular fond of a neat bit of
writing. In fact, in the way of litera
ture, 1 have found anion"; 'em - howev
er, this being a digression, I drop it,
and go on wit h the main job again.
This w as our plan: After the key was
lilted I was to go into the bank, ami
Jim -that wasn't his name, of course,
but let it pass - -was to keep watch on
the outside. When any one passed he
was to tip me a whistle, and then I
doused the glim and lay low; after they
got, by, 1 goes on again. Simple ami
easy, you see. Well, tho night that we
selected, the president happened to be
out of town; gone down to tint city, ns
he often did. T got inside all right, w ith
a slide lantern, a breast drill, a steel
jimmy, a bunch of skclelo i keys, and a
green baize bag to, stow away tlie swag.
1 fixed my light, and rigged mv hrea.-t-drill,
and got to work on the door just
over the luck.
1'i'obahly a groat many of your rend
ers are not so well posted as me about
bank locks, ami I may say for them that
a three-wheel combination lock lifts
three wheels in it, and a slot in each
wheel. In order to unlock the door you
liavotogct the three slots opposite, to
each other at the top of tho lock. Of
course if you know tho number tho lock
is set on, vou can do this; but if you
don't, you have, to depend on your in
genuity. There is in each of thestj
wheels a small hole, through which you
put a wire through the back of the lock
when you change the combination
Now if you can bore a hole through tin
door, and pick up those wheels by run
ning a wire through those holes, why,
you can open the door. I hope I mak
myself clear. I was boring that hole,
The door was chHIed iron ahout th
neatest st nil' i ever worked on. I wen
on stonily enough; only stopped whop
Jim which, ns I said, wasn't his rea
name - whistled outside, and tho watch
man toddled by. l'y-iind-by, when I'd
got pretty near through, I liennl Jim.
so to speak, whistle again. 1 stopped
ami prett v soon I hoard footsteps out
side, ami Pin blowcd if they didn't
conio right up the bank steps, and J
beard a key in the look. 1 was so iluiii
founded wlicn I hoard that that you
could have slipped the bracelets right on
me. iickcd up my lantern, and I'll
lie hanged if I didn't let the slide slip
down nnd throw the light right onto the
door, tiinl there "was the president.
"Who are you?" says lie.
"Who are you!1" says I, thinking that
wan nn innocent remark, as ho com
menced il, ami a-trying all the time lo
"I'm tfie president of thelmnk," says
ho, kinder short; "something's tho mut
ter with tho lock?"
liy (Jeorgo! Tho idea came to nio
"Vcs, sir," says I, touching my cap;
"Mr. Jennings, he telegraphed to me
this morning as the lock was out of or
der, and he couldn't got in, nnd so I'm
come on to open it for him."
"1 told Jenningsa week ngo," says lie,
"that ho ought to get that lock iixud.
Where is he?"
"He's been n-writin letters, nnd lio's
gone up to his house to get another let
ter he wanted for to answer."
"Well, why ilou't you go right on?"
THK DAILY 0A1U0 11ULLKT1N:
"J'vo got almost through," says I;
nnd I didn't want to linish up and
open tho vault till there was souieliotly
'That s very erotliiauio to you," says
he; "a very proper seniiineni., my man.
You enn't, ' no goes on, coining round
by the door, "ho too particular about
avoiding tho very suspicion of evil."
"No, sir," says I, kimior modest
like- . .
"What do vou supposes Is tlio matter
with the lock?" says he.
"I don't rightly know yet," says l;
"but 1 rather think it's a little wore on
neeount of not being oiled enough.
These 'ore locks ought lo be oiled about
once n year."
"Well," ho says, "you might ns well
go right on, now I'm bore; 1 will stay
till Jennings comes. Can't I help yon?
Hold your lantern, orsonieiiiing ol that
Tho thou'dit come to mo liko a 'flash.
nnd I turned around ami says:
How do I know you ro tho presi
dent ? I n'ui t over seen you afore, and
you may bo n trying to crack this bank,
for all that I know1
"That's a very proper inquiry, my
man, says no, "nnu snows n most re
markable degree of discretion. 1 con
fess I should nut Inivo thought of the
position in which I was placing you.
However, 1 can easily convince you that
it s all right. Do you know what the
president's namo is?"
"No, I don't," says I, sorter surly.
"Well, you'll find it on that bill,"
said he, taking a bill out of his pocket,
"and you see the sanio name on thesa
letters," and he took some letters from
I suppose I ought to have gone rig;M
fin then, but I was beginning to feel in
terested in making him prove who ho
was, and so I sns:
"You might have got them lottm'.i to
put up a job on mo."
"You're a very honest man," says be,
"one among a thousand. Don't think
I'm at, at all olVendcd at your persist
ence. No, my good fellow, 1 liko it, I
like it," and lie laid his hand on my
shoulder. "Now here," sas he, taking
a bundle out of his pocket, "is a pack
age of ten thousand dollars in bunds. A
burglar wouldn't be apt to carry those
around wilh hint, would he? I bought
them in the city yesterday, and I stop
ped here to-night on my wuv home to
place them in the vault , and, I may add,
that your simple and manly honesty has
no touched me, that I would willingly
leave Iheni in otir hands for safe keep
ing. You needn't blush at my praNe."
1 suppose I did turn sorter red w hen
I see thclll bonds.
"Are you satisfied now?" says he.
I told him I was, thoroughly; and so
1 was. So I picked up my drill again,
and gave him my lantern to hold, so
that I could see the door. I hoard Jim,
as I call him, oul.-idc once or twice, ami
I like to have burst out laughing, think
ing how he must bo wondering what
was going on inside. I worked away,
and kept exiilaining to him what I was
a-tryiug to do. lie was very much in
terested in mechanics, he said, and he
knod as 1 was a man as w as up in
my business, by tho way I went to
work. He asked me about what wages
I got, and how I liked my business, nnd
said ho took unite a fancy to me. I
turned round once in a wluleand looked
at him a-soiliiig tip there as solemn as
a Idled owl, w ith my dark lantern in
his blessed hand, and I'm blamed if I
didn't think 1 should have to holler
Igot through tho lock pretty soon,
and put my wire in and opened it. Then
lie took hold of the door and opened the
"I'll put my bonds in." said be, "and
go home. Vmi can look up, and wait
till Mr. JenVuigs comes, 1 don't sup
pose you will try lo tix the lock to
night'?" I told him i shouldn't do anything
more with it now, as we could get in be
"Well, I'll bid vou good-night, tuy
man," says he, as 1 swung tho door to
Just then I hoard Jim, by name,
whistle, and I guessed the watchman
was a-coining up the street.
"Ah," says I, "you might speak to
the watchman, if you see iiini, and tell
him to keep an extra lookout to-night."
"I will," says he, itud wo both went
to the front door.
"There comes the watchman up tho
street," says he. "Watchman, this man
has been fixing the, bank-lock, ami I
want you to keep a sharp lookout to
night." He will stay bore until Mr. Joi
"(lood-night again," says he, nnd wo
shook bands, ami lit! went up tho st reet.
1 saw Jim, so-called, in the shallow
on tho other side of tint street as I stood
on tho step with the watchman.
"Well," says I to the watchman, "I'll
go and pick up my tools and get ready
1 went back into the bank, and it
didn't take long to throw tho door open
and stun" them bonds into tho bag.
There was some boxes lying around,
ami a safe as 1 should rat her have liked
to tackle, but it scorned liko teiniiting
Providence after the luck we'd had. I
looked at my watch, and see it was a
quarter past 'twelve. There was an ex
press went through at half-past twelve.
I tucked my tools in the bag on the top
of the bonds and walked out the front
door, Tint watchman was on the steps.
"I don't believe I'll wait for Mr. Jen
nings," says I. "I suppose it will be all
right if I give you his key?"
"That's all right," says the watch
man. "I wouldn't go away very far from
the hank," says I.
"No, I won't," says he; "I'll stay
right about here all night,"
"tiood-iiiglit," says I, ami I shook
hands with him, and me and Jim
which wasn't his right name, you un
derstand -took tho half-past twelve ex
press, ami the best part of Ihat job was
we never heard nothing of it.
It never got into the papers.
Scoro one more for Poston culture:
"What do thev call it tho Myopia Club
for?" inquired a swell New 'Yorker of
the hackman who drovo him out to tho
"Why," exclaimed tho astonished
cabby, "don't you know ? The namo is
of (ireek origin, and sign ilies near-sMit.
Not to bo outdone in politeness, the
New York swell offered to take cubby's
scat ou tlio box and givo cabby a rido.
All kidney nnd urinary complaint, ci
pccinlly Kright'g disease, dinbeteg and liver
troubles, Hop Hitters will surely and lust-
ingly cure. Cases exnetly like your own
have been cured in your own neighborhood,
and you can And reliable proof at home of
what Hop Hitters has and can do.
Porry Belmont's Pluck.
Perry Relmont is a lighting cock. He
is a very belligerent young man not
offensively, but defensively. People
rather sneered at Perry when bo lirst
got hero. Ho was a polo-and-tennis
young man, a cutaway-coat young man,
rather blaso. To be suro, bo was well
educated. Ho had soino culture and
sumo polish, and would perhaps sit pass
ably well for his pocket borough. Per
ry lias astonished friends and enemies
alike. Last night ho came down from
New York. As the train moved oulf (if
Jersey City he attempted to pass a burly
(ieorgian, half intoxicated, who, cigar
in mouth, poured forth smoke ami pro
fanity in equal instalments. "How
many times are you going through
here?" be growled, "you've been through
"I may go through half a dozen times
more," said Belmont, coolly and calm
ly. "I shall go through as often as I
" ell, tho next time you go through,
said tho big (ieorgian, "I'll choke
"I think not." said Perry to the swel
ling bully. "And, by the way, what are
you smoking in the ladies' car. for?"
By a dexterous movement, wit bout wait
ing for an answer, ho knocked thctieor
gian's cigar from his mouth, and then
passed quietly on w ith: "Wo don't want
any more smoking or swearing in this
Tho (ieorgia bullv was speechless
with astonishment. When he recovered
himself ho whistled softly and, turning
to a friend, said: "Game, ain't be?" and
went in the smoking car. Perry is not
easily scared. Wn-iliiii'iton Letter.
The American's Motto.
The following story is related of nn
immensely wealthy American in Ku
rope, who hail made his fortune sud
denly, as suddenly found out thai it
was the correct thing to have a coat-of-arms
on his carriage. So he ordered
one. The celebrated advertising herald
ic stationer was a bit of a wag in his
way, and took the old fellow's measure
at a glance. "What you want is a crest
and a motto, sir," said he, politely. "I
guess so." Ho was requested to call
next day ami see the design, ami prompt
The crest was a mailed arm holding a
dagger "something uncommon," tlie
heraldry man said -and the motto,
Semper nobilis omnibus benigntis, which
means, he explained, translating freely,
"Always noble and kind to every body."
The old man was delighted. "Now tho
latest style of printing mottoes," pur
sued the shopman, "is initializing the
words after the fashion of the old Un
man motto: Sonatas populus que Pn
manus, which the ancients abbreviated
intoS. P. Q. H. Of course you'd liko
yours done like that, sir?" "Most as
suredly," replied the living gold mine;
and ho forthwith ordered reams of note
paper and envelopes to match, stamped
instiinter, in gold and silver and every
known hue. Well, ho and his wife used
the stationery a month oro, writing to
every onMhey could think of, when one
line morning, while studying with more
-scrutiny than usual tho beauty of the
decoration, it suddenly dawned upon
him that the caption of the sheet to
which he had been daily and hourly nf
trxing his valuable signature was noth
ing moro or less than S. N. O. B.
To Tighten Wire Fence.
Take a round piece of hickory or oak
three or four feet long, and three inches
in diameter; cut a slot in tine end one
fourth of nn inch wide and six -or eight
inches long; put in a handle t he same as
a post auger and it is complete. Si retch
the wire and go to the post that is well
braced: draw up the wire and slip tho
wire into the slot and take a lever pur
chase, ami twist the wire until tight
enough, and drive in the staple to hold
"How do you miinago," said n lady br
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time?" "I always huvo Parker's Ginger
Tonic handy, " was the reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good iiiiturud.
Sou other column.
Butter in Creamerios and Dairies.
A reliance upon uniform quality in
butter enhances its value, and tln abil
ity to purchase a large quantity in ono
transaction is of so much importance to
the jobber that ho can all'ord to pay
several cents a pound more than he
could if obliged to pick up the same
quantity a little in a place, and to make
a separate bargain for each lot. These
advantages which creameries all'ord ov
er private ilairies aro becoming moro
ami more appreciated, and aro steadily
causing the lat'er to bo replaced by as
sociated manufacture. On these ac
counts, ten cents a pound may be fairly
sot down as the diU'crence in the eoni
moreial value of creamery and dairy
butter, the average quality of each be
ing equal. The advantages of the erenm
crios lie almost wholly in these consid
erations: The high degree of perfection
which has been reached in the construc
tion of creamers for private ilairies is
such, that the cost of making butler in
dairies is reduced to a very small fig
ure. With an apparatus which will set
the whole of ono milking in a single
vessel, nnd separate ils ereitni in twelve
to twenty-four hours, this work is ho
rapidly and easily done, that it is a
query whether tho cost of transporting
to tho factory, and the advantage of
having the skim-tuilk to two on the
farm, do not make a full oll'sct for all
the saving of labor in manufacturing
large masses together, KxperU have
become so numerous that we may fairly
anticipate linding one in every 'cream
er v, but wo cauiiotexpccl to Iiiul a skill
ful maker in every dairy. In this re
spect the advantage is on the siile of tlio
creameries, in the certainty of results,
But with a skillful dairyman ami a well
appointed dairy, there is a possibility of
a higher quality of butter thnu tlio
creamery can turn out. National Live
stock Jmni'tl, Vlucaijo.
- r ' 1 u man mm .-
.. : . i
JULY -jo, m
For tu ties lor Fanners and Mechanics
Tboieai ds of dolhtis t tni I o saved by us
ing propi i judgment in l -Iwiig cure of the
heitlih nl ' iiiusolf nnd fundy. If you iiro
1(1111111.-1, Ii u- s ibow i mi li mod, poor appe
tite, low Mo I ib pi i il i in i ns, nnd generally
debililuted , do i ol delay a moment, but
go ut once ui.ii t a .ft en it I utile of those
wnnihifiil Klu iiic I'oiti ift, whirh mver fail
tiit uie, and tlmi loi the lulling sum of fif
ty cents. Tn lituie. Sold by Gko. H.
A Signal Victory.
The value of electricity as a remedial
Ui.'ent has trained a sicnal victory over
prejudice, 'I liomiis' Kclcctric Oil stuinls
loicinost in tins class ol compounds. 1cb
tiuu ninls from till putts tell of . the won
droiiHcun s of llii uimttisin, ucuralgur, hurts
umi sores, etc., cH'ictcti by ils agency.
Puul G. Sl'IhiIi, Agent.
Thus. Howard, Bradford, Ph., writes: "1
enclose money lor Spring lilosst in, as I
Hiiid 1 would il itemed me-; my dyspepsia
has vuiiished wilh all its f) mptuu s. .Muiiy
tliHiiks; I shall never be without it in the
house." Price 50 cents, tiial bottles 10
cents. Puul G. Sehub, Agent.
Tin Grand 1'culrnl hotel, (iliT Broadway,
New York city, hits the finest rooms, ele
gantly tut iii.- In .1, of any hotel in that city,
umi is fist bee ining very popular witlT the
tuvclihg puliiic. Make a note of these
I'm ts ami w In n you visit New York don't
foiget to give them a call. Only ifil.Ol) mid
f ! .V) per day lor hoard nnd mom. 200
rooms on l'.UK.peiiu plan at ;f 1.00 tun I up
wards per day, also a good restaurant at -I'
Go to Paul G. St hub lor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brii-litiiusg and
dtiiability of color are iinequ.ilcd. Colin
fimn i to 5 pounds. Dirt t tu i a ie Knglisl
mid Gerniiii:. Price K cents
The L S. government are Using large
numbers ol the- Jnirovcd Howe Scales.
Il'ifdin, Sellei k iV Co., I'gchls, St. Louis,
Personal! To XeuOnl) !
The Vt ltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
willfct.il Dr. Dye's Celebrated Lbctro
Voltaic Belts nnd' Kit ctric Applicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who lire afflicted' wilh Ncrvi us Debility,
Lust Vitality and Manhood, ami kiiiiln d
trotibh s, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health ami m.u.ly vigor. Ad
dress us above. N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Allen's lliain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all wi-Hkness
of generative organs. $1. 5 fur f5. All
diuggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, :J15 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cniro by Barcbiy Bros.
JO'lICK TO COSTKACTOKS.
(illleo ofl'lty fink. Cairo. Ilia., .Inly 17th. l--.
Si-alnil proimfalu will In.' rirelvi U Hi till oftice,
illri-rlirtto the Cl'y Clerk of tin; city ofCulro. un
til Tm-i-iliiy evi'iiiin; Auutn-I 1 m il, for k'i-iitiiit all
public drive oll in Hit- city m pood, workltiii ur
iler for tin- reniaililre portion of Ilic tWal vcar
(April W'th, ISKii. A I'd fur tin' laylui; of auwur
pipi! on Cotnnii'rclnl avenuo. l olwccii Third and
l-'ilth Hlri'i'l. ami between Nim'th umi Tenth
Btii-ete. uinl on 'I weiity --ruiul utraet. hite-n
W ulinil anil Punt i-lr.-etK. Work to he done r n t i t--fai
tori-lo ill" coiniiiitti it on ftrn ln. A ifooil and
Hiltlcl' lit tv ii.l for twice the iiinounl of bill niuM
ac oinpHiiv lt uroponitloiiH The rlfht to reject
any anil all biiln peer veil b tin- rity.
li. ,1. l ol.KY, city Clerk.
GRAY'S SPF.CJFIC IIF.DK'INK
TftADE MK. The (trout Kt'if-
3w Uh remedy. An
unlailini: cure for
l- J H'liiiiml wciikin n
potency i.,nl all
illieaK th nl folow
at a ,o-itiimc
Iohh of uiifinorft-. '.
B :forO Takin"l''verMllio..ltu,f,'lf Tyt-V
c tui n in I he liHi k.-1-" -.ujg.
dli lncim of iilon, premature old a, and tnun
ntlu-r (IIh.-uni a tnnt kail tu liu-anitv, cotnuimptloti
or a pi.-niitliue rravn.
( fVKull partic-iluni In nur pamphlet, which we
ilt-i-iri' to aeml fri-u hv innll to everyone. "The
Spot ilk' Meiliril e x koM hv nil ilrtli't'l'ti. at 1 pel
pii. Kiu:v, or fix pH k'tijea lor fc.'i, or will be aeiit Iree
uv million receipt of tin- inoiuv. hv iiriilroiiiii;
111 H OKAY MKDICINK CO.,
Ilerriia), N . Y .
(tl account of roiiulerfi ite, we roue adopted the
Yellow Wiuiiper; Iliu only p uiilnc. (.iiiiiiinleee
ol ( lire ixrueil
Sold In t'ulruliy P. (I. Si'llCII.
Wlmlemile .i:i'iili, Murriroii, l'lunibit- & t.'u.,
Mali) ol' llllnoiH, 1
J- hi ft re n 1 1 coui'l of Ale.Tiui
Co'inly of AtcNiiinler) dor county, lu Chancery,
tiiimticl tMiiitK Taylor and Kilwin I'lirmitiK, Trim
teea of tlm Cairo Tract Property.
Ilelijuinlil K. I'nrker.
Hill to 1-oreeloHit Mori I'll).'!'.
I'll lil 1 1- notice li" le retiy ulveti, I liul, III I'lin-uauro
of u decree iniule mid ehli reil by fiiid court la
the nhovii entitled t uiuu-, ou lint I.Mh iluy of May,
A. I), lss.', Dm ii li (1 i-tk i i ik-i! , minder In
rliniiriTv i.t' th.- mid court will. on
MuNiiAY, Till'. -,'ITII II VY ti.',ltT.Y, IsSj. Hi
t lie hour of 1 o'clock In tho forenoon, at tliciiiith
wcslerly it or of Ihe court, house, lu the city of
( niro, i iiiiiiiv of Alexander mid State of IUIiioh,
anil at public urn lion, to tlm IiIkIichI bidder, fin
cm h. nil mid Kiiiculiir, the folliinlni; ili-Kcrlbed
pr.inli.i-" mid real eliitc In f.ild decree incut lulled,
nituiitc lu Hie romitv of Alexander nnd Hint of
Illinois, or no nint h thereof ns shall tin snlllclenl lo
nat Ihlv "aid decree, to wlt: l,ot numbered Seven
teen (17), In bliu k numbered I'orl six. (Hi) In t lie
city id Culm, us known and desli.tiiited oil Urn ro
corded map or libit of mild cllv.
Hilled Culm, Illinois, -Inly 1st, ISsj,
AI.HX II I HV IN,
Muster in Chiiiic.cry.
(iltKKN A (ill.llKIIT CrllipllllMllllt'll bulldlor.
Tho World's Eocognltlon of Merit.
.oiitlou-1 H8 1 -A it tiouticcnyrnt.
At tli lad ISTr.HNiTiiitiu, Minn-!, inn Hanitarv :
lu si tins, ilia Wnrlil'i mml (inmrsitunt JuiIiii raouRUlHil
thtir wi;imlM rmllrnrr liy nrmilniK tli
01TLT "A.WASD OF UEBH" FOB T87S0Z3
'TO I. B. BP1KLEY, PHILADELPHIA, U. B. A."
(Ofr SUty-Kluhl t'omrilltnnO-nnnllrmiiik tlmlr blgh
favor with Aumrlra't mint ihttliifliililiiiil burgtoiu,
Loiim.li KutuiTin Jeimnt-raiuaai 'tl. P. R P .,
Crlin.i.i- llmih, f H V. S.. laomni Jlmil, t . H. V. I.,
Mn Himif, f. ft, H,, f H ('. ,4.
rSEELKY'S 1IAKU It t'BHER TRUSSES.
rinn tl Srrtn(, ntly fomrait with htshly-pollahad nr4
Rulibir. Wiulo In m ilniiralila Mttarn i with U.U
aiuKimlstllr onnitritiil.l. Light, o""!. di-anly. itnrH
uni'inilM In nimbly, llnlih, ami prMtUXI itnnatnirllim.
I'nIIrla I'T limn, mi or rllmaloi insd In balhrnnj
Alway MellHblr. I'rlM-ft rulurail to tutii
tin Ki,ulir duauuiiU. Sold by all lsinllii llruISllU lai
drtlin at tin iiiml prloe nf oniinioB 'l'rins.
Tn Amid Sr-urlmiii Iinltattmia, 4fnnlna Stamps.
(Spriot and strap.) "I. H. .T-Wrrnma4.,
EslKblihinentli347Choatnut St., Ihiladelphia,U.8. A.
Brunch Ebtablibhmint.74 Flt 8TiittT, Iondom, Eno.
ThtCorrivmnd Skillful Mechanical TrfatmtnV of
Cnilir i'alroaai of our innit tmluint kurooM.
kanaa !-VV. Bt. Ornit, O. Hi ijanp, miUrJ
Al imm liaf imMotori, ak tot "MlUIf BKHBIJH
Chills and Fever.
Hiiumolia Liver Iteu
luliir roon brenka tna
chills and ciurlni thu
fever out ol tlie system.
Il elites w hen all uther
H ck Headache.
V r the relief and cure
of this distressing din-ens.-
urn- Simmons, Liv
The Hi'Kitlaler will positively cure this K..rllilo
illseitsn. We assert emphatically what wo know to
shonbl toil be r.".'at.li d us n trilling ailment. Ma
ture ileiiiHlidn III" inmost recularlly of the lioiiula.
Tin rehire assist nature by taking Siinuioiis Liver
Ki'Uulator. It Is harmless, inliil mid i flcctiiul.
One or two iHlilcspnoiifiilH Mill relieve nil thu
troubles Incident lo a bllioiiK slale, such ns Nausea
Ihz.liiess, Drowsiness, tiistrcss iillct caline;, a hit
ler bud I ii-to in tlie inoiilli.
Persons may avoid ull uttaiks by u cnsloiiully
tiikiliu a dose ol Simmons l.uur l.i'unl.ilnr to keep
the liver lu healthy anion .
iei, orally sirlsinir I'r mi a illHorder'd sti much, run
In: corrected In lakum Sitimnuiii Liver lie'iiiator.
.1 A UN DICK.
bi in limn h Liver Ki'i'iilut r mini eiiicii ales this dls
ins, loan the a. sti m, leaviiiK tin skin char and
free Inun all Inipuiiiies.
Children siilU rlnu wilh colic aoon experience ru
ll f a In ii Sinunoi.s I i . r ItiKiiuilor is ndmiuisti r
i il. Ailtl is iiisu ileiive uruii'. bun III IroUi till
n.i'dl. Hie. It is not uiipieasHiit; ll In Ltiruik'i,
and i Ib etiv... Purely vcni tahlu.
1 J DA 1 D I A i & K 1 1 )N KYC
Most oli In- discs ..it ol the hliidder oriu'limle from
those ol ilo-kliim'Js, Id -lole Ilie i.i lli n ol tliu
liver lully iiiul holh ibe kidm-ya nnd hluCdtr will
Take only the ei ulnc, which always has on
Ihe wrapper the red . trade n ark nnd rUlialuri.' ot
.1. 1 J.XKID1N & CO.,
I'orsale ty nil drum-ists.
l'ain Cannot S:tav Wlieie
It Is Jh cI.
Iiliuetuatif-.m Is cured by
A lame back of elyht years atandlhi; w as positive
I) cured liy SO eenls worth of
TAOitAS' ECl.KCTliK' OIL
Cumn'on aorc throat la cured wilh one done of
THOMAS' iXT.I'i TKICOIL.
Coughs ar.d colds are cured by
All throat unit Inni: disenses are cured by
'llluMAS' iCLKl TKICOIL
Asthnia Is cured by
THOMAS' J-CLIXTMC OIK
lltirti ami front bilef are relieved at once by
THOMAS' EC KtTKIt OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Mwlicine Dealer everywhere.
Pi ice .Vic. and f 1
.VOSTKR, MI LLP UN & CO., Piop'r-.
litilTalo. N. Y.
Sin YOLK ( Al'ITAL
InvMlia-s. of mnul! nn l inooinm
r. on hi nt h in (11,011, Provisions, ami
htoeaii m futlv I'loti-eii-i in most
l-. t'Tlrtl Vl lllol illft'l'-lltllLlltpi rutoi H.
dur HIICI CHnftll, fll'l v truil.oJ.I es-
WHEAT t'l'iit- w'.-i'iii v, ill vide tula i-ftl.tmoiitb.
iv. n.-rei 111 ooi-i, lor VAi'iuiinuiry
civcnl'ii lied pnst record, kiu:r.
lbvi.'i.ods pniil'liiriiKt pHHttlurtoeii
lin Hit lis 011 lion fund ti'.'TI r
Hbiiro. Ad li'sa M.KM.YIINfJ ii
)lr,li:i tl,IM & l-,t Lu.Siillo
STOCKS '" . .
Cil-Wu v.niit 11 lrval npent in
a cverv t iwn. r.M'elk-iit induco-
dlllil i"'nl. ioi'l 1 . 1 1 v to a r"Huiii4
V'vU ''"'' "'''I'risi' K iiiiin. Writo lor
n KKANK TOOMEV,
AUK NT Foil TIIK HAI K (If
Baxtkb STKAM KNGIN'E
Coil's Disc Knc,inu
ami Murine Engines
K Mil NFS A iSpFl IALTY.
FA11.M KXdISKS, 5!A( I1IMSTS'
N'JKAM IT MPS
UF ALL KIM'S, 1(I'.LT1N(!,
I'tilleyH and (ioiieml Supplies.
(Jiiiijci, liti. liu, Man
ilral e, iitillitiRia, anil
many of tlm bust mod!
rln.'i knnwn io cmt
fini.linrarkcr'itCiinyi Tonii:, into n Inedicinc
of ill' h vuricd powers, an
tn in il.e It ilia (ireatal
1 do. tl l'urilicr nud tlio
Jtcslon r Kver I'nnl.
tt ciirca 1-llicumatistn,
of Ilia 1 loin, 11 It, llowcI,
Ltmn.i, Liver ft Kidneys,
Ilitv -a, (Juicer Khuencea
and ctlier Tonics, as ll
never Intoxicates, tliicox
& Co.. Clttmists. N. Y.
tnf. Nwvvr fall, lo Njt.irt lht
staih'. llnvhsr Dnllir SIM