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All Communication itinuld tic addreespd to
K. A, Ul'HN KIT,
Publisher and Pronrletor.
Whi-n I Htxy onti "(difflit not to hoar
mulicu," itinl tlirti do nil uiiiminr of civil
to niiiic) uilviMxiry. hmv slmll I lie u,
hy woriM to win Jiim. while liy my (IcimIh
I am fnVliteiiiiifrhiinawiiy: Let jis caU-li
then by our ninili- of if,.; llw ,y tMf.jr
souls li.'t us bniM up the church, tuul of
theso let us auiiiss our wealth. There
is nothing to weih niinst a soul, not
even the old world.
Setting His Mark High.
Soon after the late Horace Maynard
entered Amherst College he put on the
door .of hU room a large letter V. its
presence exposed him to questions and
ridicule, but, paying no attention to
either, he kept the letterin its place. At
the end of four years graduation dav
Mime, and Mr. Mavnard was appointed
to deliver the valedictory. Afier having
received the compliments tie faculty
and htudenU of the college for the hon
or he had received, Mr. Maynard called
the attention of his fellow-graduates to
the letter V over the door of hi,s room,
and aked if they then understood what
was meant by the letter V. After short
reflection trn-y answered, "Yes. Vale
dictory." lis replied. "You are right."
His fellows then aked if he had the val
edictory on his mind when he parted the
letter over Ids door. Mr. Mauiard re
plied, "Assitredly I had." Huston Jour
You never hear of a strike among the
astronomers. Their business is always
looking up. I'fiilwtfliihia Hull, tin.
lavid Davis is so big, sas the New
Orleans Vw '-. , thai ho iinds it diffi
cult to locate the small of his back.
(ieneral Sheridan says the "white
flag" ucrit out by the (''onfederates at
Appomattox was a towell.
Hv a slip of the pen an editor the oth
er day wrote "the Satan of Turkey,"
meaning the Sultan. As John China
man would say, it's "allee sainee."
Ley Toy Food, the richest heathen in
America, died in San Francisco the
other clay. He has a plantation in Chi
na stocked with IVW slaves.
It was a mother lm eloped at Hen
nett Springs, Xev., and hi-r sons and
daughter who pursued her, chastised
her companion and carried her home.
In Jay fiould's new conservatory at
Irvington Hre the rarest and choicest
plants and flowers in this country, and
many of the specimens are the only
ones this side of the ocean.
A Yates ci unity man (New York) put
.ii in a si raw lied safekeeping. When
hotisccleaiiiiig time came, his wife
emptied and burned the mattress, to
gether with the money.
The Knglish medical writer, Ir.
(loldie, thinks that epidemics are often
(spread by milk which before its deliv
ery to consumers has been kept in vile
places, where it has "licked up"' infec
tion from the surrounding atmosphere.
Philadelphia has a new branch of in
dustry. It is the grinding of coeoanut
shells into powder ami mixing the same
with pepper. The next thing will be to
lind a way to adulterate the coeoanut
(ten. Sherman lias placed upon the
wall of his ollice in Washington a new
picture a lino w ater-color sketch of the
union army crossing, by torch-light, the
liig Mack" river, near' Vicksbnrg. He
considers it :i remarkably faithful rep
resentation of one of the most memora
ble scenes of the war.
A ten-foot alligator killed near Sut
ler, in (ieorgia, a few days ago, was
found to have swallowed whole a small
dog that had been missing for several
days, and had besides in his stomach a
large rock, a lightwood knot, and sev
The new coal mines on (ircen river,
Washington territory, have been pro
nounced superior to. and morn exten
sive than, any other mines on the coast.
There are prospect's that they will soon
bu developed and connected with Seat
tle by a railroad.
M. Louis Figuier, a Frenchman, thinks
science may be taught by the si age, and
ho has written half-a-dozen scienlilio
dramas, in which steam engines, pumps
and electric machines play a prominent
part. The lirst play, recently given,
was a dull and tiresome affair.
While (i. H. F.lniore, of Albany, and
others were fishing in Clark's pond, at
Bu.skirk's Uridge, N. Y.. tt few days
tunee, they were attacked by a large water-snake,
which attempted to outer
their boat. The occupants fought the
reptile with oars and lishing-rods, when
it finally bank.
Tho deepest tuino in the world, ac
cording to Professor II. 1 In fer, of the
Acadcinie Imperiale des Mines, is the
rrihrand silver mine in Hohemia. Tho
lowest depth is nearly H.Hih) feet below
the surface. At this depth the temper
ill ure f tho rocks is only 7.'i.!K) degrees
F.; and tho temperature of the air. ac
cording to Iho same authority, is 70.3
degrees F.j so that up to the present on
ly natural ventilation has been riMiulr
c.l. Fred. Archer, tho celebrated English
Jockey, is described as a tall, emaelnted,
cadaverous man, with projected lips, a
slight stoop, decidedly round shoulders,
and long, misshapen legs. To keep his
weight down to 117 iiounds he often
breakfasts on two scidlitz powders, os
chewg meat ami vegetables, and ub
slsts almost entirely upon bread andun
weeteucd tea. lie U worth 3iO,OOQ,
though. . . ,
There are some peorilu who think
thev make the most of life when they
make It as wretched as possible. J.nt.
tress once asked if mi aciiaiulanco of
his was not very disagreeable. "Well,"
wns the reply, "he is always as disa
greeable, as the circumstances will per
Mr. Tulatie.who recently gave $2,000,
00) for the foundation of a university in
New Orleans, is a Northern man, who
rode into the Crescent City more than
half a century ago in search of a modest
business opening. Ha found what ho
was looking for,. ami retired with a for
tune soon after the late civil war began.
Minnesota papers report that the fish
hatchers in that State are very success
ful. ' The first experiments were made
in 1817, under a ridiculously small State
appropriation of .V)0, but three years
later 1hl,iM fry were distributed
throughout the State in tho following
proportions: Land-locked salmon from
Maine, 7,750; yearling California sal
mon, 2,750; young fry California sal
mon, 147. 100; shoal fry from South
Hailley, Mass., 100,000.
The Hay Railroad running from
Rochester, N. Y., to Lake Ontario, last
Fall sank three wells, ono 2:30, one 150
and one 1mi feet deep, near its pavilion.
No water was obtained, though the
wells cost .1,2K). They were all filled
up, and so left all Winter. It is now
found that much of the filling lias been
carried from the last well, and that it
contains twenty feet of water. The
phenomenon is considered inexplicable.
Two years ago Oscar Parker, of
Ciranville, 't., while drinking from a
spring after dark, was disagreeably con
scious of having imbibed something a
little livelier than a hemlock twig and
less pugnacious than a beetle-bug. Since
then he has never enjoyed an entirely
.peaceful gastronomic "conscience. A
short time ago he gave himself into a
physician's charge, ami, after enduring
medicinal torture for ten days, present
ed Ksculapius with a striped snake
twenty inches in length.
Dr. Adams, a prominent and wealthy
physician of Denven. Col., made a sin
gular experiment. Four years ago he
found (Jiiisie lingers in a bagnio at Las
Vegas, married her. educated her, arid
installed her as mistress of his elegant
establishment in Denver. Though be
was very kind to her and gave her plen
ty of money, she was incapable of re
form. Her husband beingcompelled to
get a divorce from her, she returned to
her old life.
The English Hoard of Inland Reve
nue attributes the decline in drink rev
enues, on which Mr. Gladstone dwelt in
his budget, to want of means rather
than the want of inclination, and antic
ipates a return to the old figures when
trifle improves. Mr. (iladstone points
to the savings banks deposits as indi
cating there is a growing tendency to
save, since these aie higher than in the
prosperous year of 172. On close ex
amination the London EromnmM is
compelled to side with the board.
A Maine paper relates that a maiden
lady now residing in the town of Ly
man that state, at the age of ninety
eight years, was in her youth engaged
to be married to a respectable young
man, and was making her wedding
dress. Her father, entering the room,
forbade the marriage. She answeied
"Well, father, then you must maintain
ine as long" as I live." She stuck her
needle into the uuhuished dre, ui'om
and put it into the drawer anil there it
has remained until the present time- -seienty-live
years. How long the fath
er survived such treatment is not told.
At a London auction-room was re
cently sold a library comprising, it is
bclie"l. the whole literature of tobac
co. It was collected by a Mr. Bragge,
who gave to the work thirty of the best
years of his life. Tobacco is treated of
in all its fornw, j,nd in almost all the
languages. One lot is a collection of
pamphlets, engravings, and other small
publications, inlaid, mounted, and
bound in seventeen large and thick vol
umes. Professedly, this collection con
tains about all our knowledge on this
important and growing industry.
The wild Indian's description of his
first sight of a steamboat used to bo
much ipioted-how Hohonmmk (the
devil) came swimming up the river with
whirlpool tins, and coughed, and blew
his nose, and yelled with n war-whoop
that sent every red man living to the
The sensation excited in the wild Chi
nese by a silent and smokeless serew
steamer is described hero in an extract
from notes of an Eastern voyage. The
actual fright wits less, thougl'i the won
der was possibly even greater.
As wo moved' up the Wan-chew River,
crowds of astonished Chinese lined tho
banks to see a vessel sailing head to
wind and current without any apparent
Persons who nro familiar with tho
sight of an ascending balloon, the won
ders of electricity, or tho silent progress
of a propeller steamer, will have to re
flect a moment before they can appreci
ate the fcelingof alarmed curiosity which
tills the semi-civilized of savage breast,
when for the first time impressed by
Audi apparent miracles.
In the present instaneo we had our
sails furled, were steaming with anthra
cite coal which miido no smoke, and
ivero running through a strong current
and against the wind. There was noth
ing in tho world to give ignorant minds
the slightest clue as to how wo got
ahead. They were ns much confounded
ns wo would have been to seeau ox-cart
going up hill by itself.
As wo thus ascended the winding
river, tho villages along Its banks pout"
cd forth their excited inhabitants to wit
ness the strange spectacle, men, wo
men mid children hurrying to the wa
ter's edge, watching our mysterious
progress, ami then returning slowly to
their homes, as if they had seen enough
to think about for a week.
After we hail Buchorud, they ap
proached ns warily In their boats, refits
tugto conio alongside, ami keeping their
eyes on our every movement. 1 hey were
evidently in doubt as to our terrestrial
Tho only woy by which capital can
increase is by saving. If you spend aa
much as you got, you will never be rich
er thou you arc
are mudo pallid und utiftttmctivo by func
tional irregularities, which Dr. Tierce's
"Favorite Prescription" will infallibly cure.
Thousands of testimonials. Hy druggists.
The Detestable and Pomicioua Oigarotte.
During the present year there has been
a remarkable -decrease in the sale of ci
garettes as compared with the corres
ponding period of lM. For the first
live months of 181 the amount paid as
cigarette-stamp duty to the Philadelphia
ollice of internal revenue was $701.75.
Up to May -'il of this year it, was $588.
C:l, or roughly, a decrease of seventeen
er cent. Most of the cigarettes sold
ieri! are manufactured in New York.
and the decrease of those brought from
that city is believed to be about one
third. A tobacco mail who has recently
been unbosoming himself to a reporter,
and who is strongly opposed to cigar
ettes as pernicious, was iiitervieweiFon
the subject. "It is in tho warm weath
er," he said, "thai the cigarette manu
facturer bunks money, but this year his
prolits will not be so large as they gen
erally have been. The young man and
the small boy, who both wanted to de
lude the public by pretending that they
were neither young nor Miiull, formerly
invested in a "packet of cigarettes and a
box of matches, and started down street
on their mission of deception. Of
course, nobody was imposed on but
themselves, and this gradually dawned
on them as. in process of time, they
found that whi.t was to havemade them
uinnly really broke down their consti
tutions and ruined their health. Soon,
therefore, they began to throw away the
little rolls of supposed tobacco. There
are still some people, however, upon
whom the .seductive passion for these
little c3 linders has apparently fastened
it-elf to .stay, nml ii is notorious that
this mania is nearly always manifested
when if. slaves are riding fin back plat
forms of hoisc-raiN. As long as these
men commit slow suicide in the seclu
sion of their own chambers it is their af
fair, but when they come to inflict on
harmless women and children fumes of
cigarettes it is ililt'erent. which are pois
onous and worse than the fumes of any
thing flse. Women of weak constitu
tions can be made ill by cigarette smoke.
I think tl.cy should be warned about
these effects of ihi'ir practice. I haven't
any sympathy iili ti.eni, and of course
they an- ;,t li',, i!y t , ij, by whatever
death they pi-, f,." ,,, Imt I iook on th
abolition of cigarette .-moking especial
ly as a pu'.die benefit. I'liihi'k-Iliiti
Dr. PiEitcE's "Pellets" little liver pills
fsugar coaled) purify the blood, speedily
coin ct all disorders of the liver, stomach
and bowels. By druggists.
The Sweet By and By.
The author of the well-known son".
"Tho Sw..t Jiv mid By." S. Fillmore
Rennett, of Elkhorn. Wis., denies in
the Chicago lnlioitnr that he and the
com po.se r were drunk when thiv wrote
the words and music of that song, as
has lwen char-ed. Neither of them
were drunk. Rci:in'tt was at his place
of husines. when Webster, who' was of
a nervous and sensitive nature and easi
ly susceptible to depression, came in,
in one of Ins melancholy moods.
"What's the matter in ov?" 'asked Ren
nett. "It's no matter," he answered;
"it will be all ri-ht hv and by." "The
idea tif the hvnm came to me like a
flash." sas hennett. "and 1 replied:
The Sweet Ry and Ry!' Why would
not that make a good hymn?'1 "Maybe
it would," he said, inditl'erently. Turn
ing to the desk, Rennett then wrote the
three verses of the hymn. "In the
meantime two friends, N. II, Carswell
and S. E. Rright. had come in," says
Rennett. "I banded the hymn to Mr.
Webster. As he read it his ees kindled,
and his whole demeanor changed.
Stepping to the desk he began writing
the notes in a moment. Presently he
requested his violin, and played the
melody. In a few moments more he
had the notes for the four parts of the
chorus jotted down. I think it was not
over thirty minutes from the time I
took my pen to write the words, before
the two gentlemen before named, myself
and MK Webster were singing the
hymn, in the same form in which it af
terward appeared. While singing it,
Mr. R. R. Crosby, now a resident of
Richmond. III., c.ime in, and. after list
ening awhile, with tears in his eyes, ut
tered the prediction: 'That hvinu is
immortal.' I think it was sung in pub
lic shortly after, for within two weeks
almost every child on the streets was
singing it." It is translated into sever
al languages and "sung in every land
under "the sun."
An Excellent Mcdklue.
"I certify that my wife find myself were
in bad health for sonic fifteen years. I
chanced to bo looking over one of Simmons
Liver Regulator Almanacs and saw A. H.
Stephens' and Lishop Pierce's names totes
tinioniiils. I then obtained 6omo of tho
Regulator, and -can heartily recommend
Sininums Liver Regulator to my .friends as
an excellent medicine. Z. E. IIaruison, M.
D., OordonsviUe. Va."
Dn. Kmnk's Gheat Neuvb Restoiieu is
the marvel of the ngo for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped fiee. Send to 1131 Arch
Btreet, Philadelpia, Pa.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division street, Buffalo,
says: "I cannot be too thankful that I was
induced to try your Spring Rloasom. I was
at ono time afraid I should never bo able to
get out again, I seemed to be a second
edition of Job without his patiunce;tny face
and body wero ono vast collection of boils
and pimples; since taking one bottle of your
Spring Rlossom I am mute cured, all crup
Rons have disappeared, and I feel better
than I have in a long time," Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures ncrv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of Generative omans. 1. o for S3. All
druggists. Head for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
"Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Bordeo, Selleck & Co., St
Louis, Mo. (2)
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY
Go to Paul 0. 8chuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequalod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German, Price 15 cents.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given somo cnterpriseing man
in Tub mullktin Ruilding, which is now
offered for mlo on easy terms, rung time
and low rate of interest. The building
lias rented for tho past . year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 16 x 45. Hits a frontage of. 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in tho 2 story building
will he gold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ollice, or Jol.ii II Oberly, Bloom
Bucklen'N Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skiu Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Geo. E
James Pearson, 28 Sixth Street, Bull's lo,
says: "I have used your Spring Blossom
for myself and family, and think it invalu
able as a household remedy, for regulating
the bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never be without it." Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
The Law of Klmlnes.
Is universal; it affects all the human fam
ily, all animals, and may be everi found in
patent medicines. Some aie drastic, and
the patient is obligned to suffer pains
worse than the disease ; but in cases of ob
stinate constipation, dyspepsia, there is no
remedy so kind, so gentle in its effects, and
yet so satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Personal! To MeuOnly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electn
Yoltaic Belts and Electric Applicauce on
trial for thirty days to men (yuitng or old )
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress us above. N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Jos. L. Foote, the Commodore, Elgin, III,
says Thomas' Electric Oil cured him of
sciatica with one application, thoroughly
applied. It also cured him of a severe cold
and cough. He thinks it a very valuable
remedy, Und will never be without it.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
sj Dyspepsia, Liver UN-
esses. Fever anil Alciic
Heart lliseHse, Hillnns
ness, Nervous Delilliiy
THE UEST REMEDY KX0WX TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 180!
This Svruppiwie.'Mei varied properties: Itlini
illmct the ptyaline In the pulm, which coiiverln
the etarch mid augur of the food Into kIiichbo. A
deficiency in plyuline caiiKe wind ami poiiring ol
the food Id the slomarh. If the medlclu .0w.m
Immediately uftur eatuiKi tho fvriueutatiuu ol l d
It art upon the Liver,'
It acts upon the. Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It ruritles the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It rarrlcsoll' the Old Blood anil makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the, Skin and liuliires
11 neutralise tho hereditary taint, or poloon in
th Mood, which generates bcrofula, Krvsipelae,
and all manner of bkln Diseases and iniernul hie
There are no spirits employed In Its maiml'Hi tiiro
and it can ha taken by the most dellrale halie.or hy
the sued and feelilo, care only belnx required In ut
teutlt u to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suffering fromSh k Headache and I) r..l
ni rs so that I could not attend to my hoiisliolil dn
tits, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an UlooU 8ymp eflVclunllv cured me.
MKS UHLKN ELKINH.
Waterman Station, DeKalli Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Hyrup has cured mo of i'uiu In I lie lluck. It
Is a valuable medicine. MRS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This is to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many years I tried dlller
ent doctors, whose prescript Ions tended morn to
weaken ma than they did to strengthen. I at last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnsoi?s Indian Itlood
riytup, which nroved to bu a positive cure not on
ly enring the II '-art DUcsho, but also a Hick Huad
acb which had buuu troubling me.
Mlt.4 MAI1Y A.NKAL.
t was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspnn
sla and failed to get relief, althongh using medi
cines from our bent doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood tivrtin, and a short trial
cured me, T. W. KlSlNU, Mollue, HI.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has effectually cured m of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot he aald in praise o' It.
W. K. WIMMKR, Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian lllood
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
agent. Particulars given ou application.
DRUGGISTS 6EL1 IT.
UbratotT TT Wert M ., K. t . Cltf.
tt 0 ' 7,11 I I -C 3-
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
pHKsTEB ai.t year opens September l.'IMi.
yNew llnlldlngs. Nupurlur accommodation.
AnnolnttiiBhtu t-ninni.itf. i.'nii.K ....u.i....
I heinlcal. Civil Koirlneerlpg courses. Decrees
Uinlurriid. Apply to W. P. Halllday, Ken., patron
Cairo, III , or to COL. THKO. HYATT, Prest.
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Oftlce of City Clerk. Cairo, Ills . July 17th, Ifcrf.
healed proposals will he receivlil at this otlice,
directed to the Cl'y 1'lnrk of tho city of Cairo, un-
lll TttltMltaV .v.ntln,, A.. ..- , ....- ....
' -J -".iiiiih jinniir-i i nr.i, iiir nut-mug nil
public drifO wells In the city in Kood working or-
fill, fi. .1... V.xn.. 1 .. 1.. . . .1 i . I. . "
... . ,,...iniuii'K yuiwun hi me usrai year
(April So il, lsvil. Also fur the lnvlm. (,r i.ui
Pipe ou Commercial avenue, between Third anil
Fifth streetF, and between Nliielh nml Ti.nili
"Meets, and on Twenty-second street, between
Wa'titit anfl Pl,. m-....- U-...I. ... .... .i .
, r,.,-,n. win IU lie I1IMIH IHllH-
ritrmry to 'he committee on streets. A good and
an tllci ...4.. .1 ... :,i
" v- ii'i mux HID nilliliiui III II 1 1 1 IIIUSI
accompany all propositions. The ri;ut to reject
any aud all bids reserved hy the rlty.
D. J. KOLEY, City Clerk.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Tho Great Eng
lish remedy, An
unfailing cure fur
potency tad all
dlsea-es that folow
s s a sequence
of snlf-ahiiHii; as a
IJoiOre Takingnriivi-rsallassltiidej e. 1,7 . .
(lllllIlCMflfV.il,, I.I . .
.h. ..ii . V ii.ni'.io -mi !B ann many
other diseasea that lead to insanity, consumption
iVKull particulars In onr pamphlet, which we
"'fire to send free hv mall to evervone. IffTlio
hperlttc Medicine is sold bvall druggist at t per
package, or sn packages for ,.", or will be sent free
bv mail on receipt of the tnoiiev. hv addr-n-iiii'
Jiiaijll.il fllUDIUIMS I II.,
, IIi'stalo. N . Y
(In nrcnntii ni pi.nni.i.r..:ij .. . l -
v, . ."-.ii-im, wi: nntu ai'iipiea ine
Yellow Wrapper; the oulv genuine, l.natannes
of cure Issued
, , Nold In Cairo hy P. (). 8CHCII.
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Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR OLD,
"lirilo urn iHHT-niiif fi-mn NsHvnvs Pksii.itt,
I.ost Vitality, U'-k or Nsrvi Fnni inii
Vl'i-iR, Wastiku WctKKEHMti, uul nil tlume llwi'i
( a I'KiwosAt Nati k rvniilttng from Aui kk and
oniKa I'ai'kks. H..-iy r.-li.-f unl eumpli-lw renin.
u.iniir Health. Vmoh nil MakhkiiiOi'aH4I.ti!ki.
Tni- i?rnnli-nl fliM-ovry i,J thu Nlni'i-ntli (Vetury
bi ftil si one for IlluntwUrd t'Aiephkt free. AiMreas
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
Keason Why they are Vreferred to K
Other Voioua Plnsiem or UMernai
Bocanse thsy possess all the merit of the
Strengthening porous plaster, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acta with in
creased rubefacient, etluiulatlug, sedative and
counter irritant e fleets.
Becansethey areapenultia pbarmiceutlcal prep
srntlun, aud so recofiHicd liy the protesaiun.
Tloranse they aro the ouly plastcit that relieve
pkin at once.
1 on rili.
Because they will positively cnredlaeasea which
Other remedies will not even reliove.
Because ovor tuVMl physlcinns and druggists h avn
voluutiinly tcslifli'd that they are superior to all
other plasters oi modlcluea fur eitcrnal use,
Beinso the mannfacturera have received the
only luodala ever given for porous plasters.
SEABURY &. JOHNSON,
Manurnctunng Chemists, riew Torar.
rs;HK KKMI'llY ATI.AST. i'rlceSVls.
MEAD'S Medicated COKN and BUNION PLASTf rV
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS HI"
Wood, and wllleoniplelely ehsiiss t he blood in the en.
tirenHlnm In Ihrssinontlis. Any pi-mon who will I ska
1 plllrsi'h niehltnun 1 In I Hekamsy lie reatnrrd
ji niiiind li pa 1 1 II, II Biii-h A I hum lie iximnlile. Hold ev
erwhnr. of will, bjrmsll for K lofler alnmpA, I f.
Johnson i, Co., Bunion, Mam., formerly llAuifor, M
INJKCllON, la arolt I ve cure rorall Dlsebarges,
Btloirlnu, 8niATtlii mid Vnlnful Isnsallona of the
81 AApar boltlo. For sals by All ilniir
'vv,ii nfniHi Kxiiress on re
i. plof iirlee. jbHM O. PA It ft BONH,
ITftniid 177flyeitiiiiir8t OINCINNATI,
OHIO. rltisjMi menuou Uilauauer.
For Sale by HAUCLAV IIHO'8. Cairo, Illinois.
Nolklne lu Oi wurld miukI u II Ihr I
'tan ul aini0iU, PlmnlM, Hvtl. T.tuf , Old a
on r.yii, Hiniurlal ninam, Oatsrth. Loiisr
Aieu'Si '"man wmpialnu, ana all lliwe
lUMaMA, mT fHU, All dtllillltl All4
' tmsiry aloia krapan nil II. H. tL Hallam
h, rrs niannrik, m avary aattl.
aturs Sparkling Specific for indigestion and
nilioiiaunsa. the water of tha famous Hultasnr Kpa.
is duplicated in a run eeui witu B apoonfal of Tar
rant a Suitor AiMTient, which contains every val
uable element of the Herman Hpring. The great-o-t
pliyelc ansof Kurope pronounce that free gift
of I'rovldence the most potent or all known alter
at ves. and Its he simile, frenh and ffismfng. la now
placed within the reach of every Invalid of tho
hu) hy all nnuooisrs.
LOOK! LOOK'! SHE!'!
ADJUSTABLE and PORTABLE, for atorei and
Ciin change space between the shelves In a mo-"'.-'t.
No tniuh'eii) put up. None to takedown.
y ma for di( riplivii etreulars. orii-i lists, ftc.
A''1'''"": i'ATKNT SHKI.VINtl CO..
W.M,ilHinSt. Chicago, III.
YOl'Vfr AIFY "'yon wmit to learn Tole(rr.
IWV JUjI phytnarewmontha.andhe
certain of a situntion, addrees Valeutlne Brothers.
Jani'svilie, , l.
A LlV'I.i; llSKliM a,-ii, for our select llstoflocal
l"'Ier, tieo. I'. Howell A Co. ID .Spruce tit.
ln'i-, ..il.-rs tlieniTs.t niiiinMiifnmkitigrivi liar monthly
lir. -Ill I r. .1 il luviwipiemnof Slllln AlllOllor m..ru,l,..lin.. i
i'r"".'1 n" lo'sTm-lA the la-neiil of chiiImik.! ciiniuil of
Link MtulooinTivm. li;v,,.i,lai,d monthly. Ite
IN.naof oix-miioiiKx-nt em h in.-iiitwr. BIiaiisi in each,
list, ,,., iionit.srivttl.i-, traimrenilile. A n-lialile mr-ri'si,i).l(-i:
-!ini,.. In ,.v,-ry l..wn. Rs'in Inilm-eim-iitR,
'' nii;ii..ry u.-iilur M iit frt-. Aihlos II. K.Kkmuau.
JiCii., KT k V.i) UtsiUeSu.CniCAiiO, lLU
lllll.lMl-l m.t..! .J II. d
lTR. KLINE'S GREAT
J (NERVE nEoTQRER
j .!... -r pi. -Mi l ji ni, i i nr rm n ekvb irrn:
il'i- I I r. I'l'i .l.l'.V.Mtf. IN ! A I.T.T 111 IT ift.lr.ti
ii 'liri i tf1. ioijifVr itttdty ' UMt. Trfkdi h
tnl U.iilti frfc to lit t aWfi.thf y paying itiram
'Xpr-wnti.lrfMof nfflirled to I)K.KUNK.'.'3I Arch
Or EVERT KIND CHSAPn THAU EVtm
Illflea.miot C.nna, He volvers, Ammunition.
t'lNhliifi Tackle, Seines, Nets, Knives,
lt:i.ors,Skntes, llnmmorka, etc.
Larfce Illiistrnteit I'litnlogue UEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
I'lTTSBVttOU, PA. .
WANTED I Ladles and Gentlemen, toengag
wi'li us U) sU several Caefol Iloiiaehold
...... i. iuri(n L.nimr is tia,D.
l.xi-l'.isivn territory glvfin. No competition.
Terms lili-rnl. Cin'iihirs KlCl-'.K. Address
Hewitt Manufart'd Co., llox WW, Plttaburgh, Pa,
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Swedish Inaeot Powder Kills
AND Ml TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
i i. iii uinMiin.-iiiy I'Tiorminnre Koaones. Anta,
H'd Hu,',"i, h ieiii, Lire, Tolnuvn and Cotton Wornm.
Miiih. e ie. It Nsnfe, sun;, cleanly and i-heap. It
will not imlnw nuiniuls or fow ls. Paraplo pack.
iiirin by iiihiI :l cents, pnat-palil. Ptaraia taken.
1 licnliiia tr.-i.. Agent Wiintetl. Address.
J. II. JOHNSTON, Flttsbnrgh, Pa.
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of all kinds for sale very cheap.
Catalogues free. Adilreas. RICHARD
Jj I HULL t CO. Box 868. Pittsburgh, Pa-
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A Now and Lompietu II itul, fronting oa Levoe
hecoud on Knllroad Streela,
Tb Pnsetier l)'tiot of tho Chicago, St. Lout a
au ew Orleans: Illinois Central; YVahaab, Hi.
Louis and Paelilc; lion Mountain and Hunihern,'
Mohili'aud Ohio; I'sir i and wt. Louis Kaiiwaya
aro all Jusl a-roaa the si reel; while the Hteamhoel
Landing Is but nuu aunaro distant,
'1'hts Hotel ia healed by steam, baa steam
Laundry. Ilvdraullo Elevator, JiKu trie Call Melle.
AiUomailc Klro-Alnrma, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
perlei t sewerage and tomplete appointment.
Ku peril furuishlngs) perfect rvlce; andaaan
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