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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terms ot Butori p tion.
Daily on e y r by carrier 13 Oo
(20 per coat, discount II paid In advance.)
Dully, ono year .y wall 10 IK)
Daily. one month I 0
Weekly, one year U HI
Weely.H mouth 1 J
trClub of live or more for Weekly IWlletlu at
onetime, pur yuar, l Ml
IMVAIUAIII.Y IN AMVAXRB.
All (.'ommuulcationa Miould bo artdrened to
K. A. M'KNKTT,
Punllaliur aul I'ru'irietor.
Caring for the Lawn.
In the Spring months, wiys tlm A'jri
rulturUt, when iIhto nru fiviiu-nt hliovv
trs, ami the grass is in riiil growth,
tho lawn tnowor nmy ) iin'il as often
us once a week, wiilidiTiiloil benetit.
Hut in our t-liiiiulo, with its extremes
uneerlainties, hik Ii ticil rules us
"mow orieo a week," will lead to trou
ble, if followed. With the !ir.-t drouth
the griisj on the lawn shows a diniin
Uhed growth, arid is often really at. a
Mand rill. At Riieh times nothing worst!
ran be done to the grass than to cut, it.
All that ihero is above groiiml is need
ed to sustain the root, and incidentally
to shade the surface. In the treatment
of the lawn, ns in nil other gardening
operations, some thought hhould bo giv
to the jircsent condition of the plants
and the object to be gained by the
operation. The kind of grass varies
willi the time or fre'iieney of cutting.
Aline, thick bottom growth of June
grass or blue grass may be kept pretty
clnely shaven. Hut many front yards
nnd lawns have a timothy or herd's
gms sod, and if this is allowed to grow
eight to twelve inches high and then
rut, it will leave a good woody ntubble,
and if dry weather prevails, it will be a
long time In-fore a new growth from
the roots eomes up, the plot in the
mean timo"liaving the appearance of a
burned-over surface, or a drv stubble at
The marriage insurance craze has nov
Gustave Doro is sketching and paint
ing scenes among the Alps.
y'here are 9, 0K) Chinamen engage!
in making boots and shoes in this coun
try. Railroad property inOeorgia increased
two and a quarter million dollars id
value last year.
The abbey of St. Vincent, near Lat
robe. Pa., Ts the oldest monastery in
America, having been established in
Oscar Wilde has unusual qualities at
"poteen." Evea in Colorado no on?
could he found who could "drink him
under the table."
A IJoston niillionnaire recently said:
"Thank Clod, although I have been
Tery poor, I never was so poor that I
was obliged to live out of town."
(ien. Joseph E. Johnston say that if
he had staid in congress he would hav
become a beggar. He is an insurance
man now, and presumably makes more
than $.1,0' ).
Some of the richest men in Boston ar
said to be the ones who could close fast
houses and gambling-dens if they would
withdraw the capital they have invested
The sheriff of Chehalis Co.. Washing
ton territory, advertises for sale all tlm
Northern Pacific lands within his Juris
diction, on account of nonpayment of
One of south Georgia's most popular
society ladies, a resident of LowndtM
county, has cleared this .season on an
aero "and a half truck farm over fAIO.
Sho superintended its cultivation in per
son. Gold is coming in quite rapidly from
the mines in the foothills near Uroville,
Cal. The large amount of snow in the
mountains has all'ordcd the miners an
abundance of water to work their claims
I'rofessor Schiff. the rivisector of
Florence, has used up more than 14,
(Hjt.i dogs in his experiments, and in or
der to silence their complaints always
begins work by cutting their vocal
Cupt. Const antenna, the tatooed Greek
is soon to be admitted into the masonic
order. He w ill become a voter next
year, and means to take up his resi
dence in New York, having amassed a
The queen of Italy has a nice sense of
Ihii picturesque, and in summer never
wears a bonnet if she can help it. Sho
takes her afternoon drives with her beau
tiful head covered only by the mantilla
or the black luce veil.
A lady lecturer in Chicago asserts
that a chicken should bo boiled one
hour for every year of its life. The or
dinary restaurant fowl would by this
rule simmer in the pot about twenty-four
Within less than four months of 1882,
2,1)1)1 miles of new railroad have been
built. Only in one year lxoii, was this
mileage exceeded ifuring the whole 12
months before 1M0. So many miles
were not built during the whole of any
one year from 187;) to 1878, It is 606
miles more than were constructed dur
ing the same period of 1881.
The oldest deed in America is said to
bo in the possession of Maj. Leland, of
New York citv. It was written eighteen
years after this discovery of the new
world by Columbus. This document, is
a conveyance of Fisher's island, near the
mouth of the sound, from certain Indian
chiefs to the eclobrated navigator, John
Cabot, whoso signature. It bears.
While Dr. Glenn, the great California
farmer, will not clear any money in his
farming operations, still ho will realize
enough to pay all his expenses for the
current year. " He expects to realize at
least M0,000'bwshol9 of wheat from this
year's crop. This will give him 30,000,.
OOOpounuH, which, if sold at 1 J cents
per pound, will amount to $4M),000 for
the entire crop. lie estimates his ex
penses for the crop this year at some
thing near 4380,000.
It Is all very well for healthy journals
to tell peoplo who arc restless ami wim
ble to sleep at night to place the head
of their bed toward the north, but it
does no good unless you take the baby
to the other end of the houso and place
his head towards thu south.
"I think" said a fond parent," that
little Jimmy is going to bo a poet when
he grows up. He doesn't eat, and sits
all day by tho stove' and thinks, and
thinks." You had better grease him nil
over. He is going to have tho measles.
That's w hat ails Jimmy.
The composer llellmsbcrger, of Vien
na, once noticed a well-known drnmat
ic author laughing, during one of his
performances. After the concert he
met him and asked: "Why did you
laugh while I played? Did you ever see
me laugh at your comedies?"
Old Slohson was raking in the front
yard yesterday, w hen he noticed a boy
gazing through the picket, fence in a
most camel manner. "What are, you
doing?" asked the old man. "Watch
ing the Hake's Progress," replied tho
boy, as he dodged 'just in time.
Incautious use of slang: She decorat
ed her room with bric-a-brac and pic
tures, and perched her husband's photo
on the topmost nail. Then she sat down
to admire her work, and blissfully re
marked: "Now, everything is lovely,
and the goose hangs high."
A growler's luck; "This is just my
luck," saiil thf gloomy man at the thea
ter. "Here's a performance going that's
so bad it's agonizing to witness, and it's
the first time in six months that I
haven't had a woman with a bath-tub
hat in front of me when I've been to
A school-mi.-tres. while taking down
the names and ages of her pupils, and
of their iiarents, at the beginning of the
term, asked one little fellow. "What's
your father's name?" "Oh, you needn't
take down his name; he's too old to go
to school to a woman," was the inno
"Is this mv train" a, ked a traveler
at the Grand Central Depot of a loun
ger: "I don't know," was (he reply. "I
see it's got the name of some railroad
company on the .ide, and expect it be
longs to them. Have you o,t a train
An Illinois girl lately called at a cor
oner's otlice and, addressing the soli
tary occupant of the apartment, said:
"He yon the coroner?" "I guess you'd
think so if you ever see an undertaker
shake haixls with pie," blandly an
swered the oilicial "You ain't going
awav nowhere for a dav or two. bo
you?" "Not that I know.'' "Well. I'm
glad to hear it," continued the maiden
with an air of much eix-ouragemei.t.
"Johnny Howies have been kecpin'
eompanv with tne since Christmas, but
I hear that he's going to take another
rrirl to the circus to-nigbt and if he docs
P II swallow p'ison."
The Silver City, X. M., Watch Dog U
the smallest of all small newspapers ev
er laid before us. Although it has ju.t,
made its first bow (wow) to the public,
and is therefore entitled to lh endear
ing application of shall w c say "babe"
or "pup?"-it is .-! ping enough to stand
straight nponiu Icsand speak plainly,
which it does after this fashion on the
Indian question: "And so the farce
goes on. Oilicial patronage sends some
wire-pulling Demas down to doctor lh!
poor Indian; he sees a chance of sonio
lucre by drawing rations for don and
feeding 2i"; (he desire to make grows
upon him; presently Mr. Lo gets tired
of taking his walks abroad perhaps he
lias not had his usual luck in taking
spoil. It then happens that Mr. Agent
has only ,1t)U rations to feed 5X Indians;
per cciitagc falls short; cut down tho
rations a little more still n little more;
red man gets hutigrv; gets wolfish; gets
bloodthirsty; gets blood; soldier gets In
dian; glory; ollicer gets promotion; pa
per gets news special extra; editor
plumes himself; gone to tho front.
P-o-o-b.it stinks." The suggestive names
of the editors of the Watch Dog aro
Doright and Fearnot. Bark loudly.gcu
The Little Woman.
In daily life, who is the really formid
able woman to encounter? The black
hrowed, broad-shouldered giantess.with
arms almost as big in the girth as a
man's; or the pert, smart, trim, little
female, with no more bicepsthan a lady
bird, and of just about equal strength
with a sparrow? Nine times out of ten,
the giantess with heavy shoulders and
broad, black eye-brows is a timid, feeble-minded,
good-tempered person, in
capable of anything harsher than a mild
remonstrance with her maid, or a gentle
chastisement of her children, Nino
times out of ten her husband has her in
hand in the most perfect working order,
so that she would swear that the moon
shone at midday, if it were his pleasure
that she should' make a fool of herself
in that direction. Oue of the most obe
dient and indolent of enrth's daughters,
sho gives no trouble to any one, save
the trouble of rousing, exciting and set
ting her going; while, as for tho con
ception or execution of any naughty
piece of self-assertion, she is as utterly
incapablo as if she were a child unborn,
and demands nothing better than to feel
the pressure of the leading-strings, and
to know exactly by their strain where
she is desired to go and what to do.
But tho little woman is irrepressible.
Too fragile to come into the fighting
section of humanity a puny creature
whom one blow from a man's huge fist
could annihilate, absolutely fearless.aud
insolent with tho insolence which only
those dare show who know that retri
bution cannot follow, What can bo
done with herP Sho is afraid of noth
ing, and to be controlled by no one,
Sheltered behind her weakness as be
hind a triple sheet of brass, the angriest
dare not touch her, while- she provokes
him to a combat in which his hands aro
tied. She gets her own way in every
thing and everywhere. At home and
abroad sho is equally dominant and Ir
repressible, equally free from obedience
and from fear. Vho breaks all thn tiuh
lie orders in sight and shows, and, in
spite of king, kaiser or policeman, goes
where It is expressly forbidden that she
shall go? Not the large-bonnd, muscu
lar woman, whatever her temperament,
unless, Indeed, of that exceptionally
haughty typo in distinctly inferior stir
roundings, and then she can queen It
royally enough, and set everything at
most lordly defiance. Qui.
CAIRO BULLETIN: PHIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 18. 1882.
Dn. Pierce's "Pellets," or sugar-coated
granules the original "litlla livur pill,"
(beware of imitations) euro sick and bil
ious headache, cleanse the stomach and
bowtdB, and purify the blood. To get gen
uine, sco Dr. Pierce's signature and portrait
on Government stump. 25 cents per vial,
Never Give Up.
If you aro Hutltiring with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nsture, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. Vou will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will bo inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fjfty centH a bottle by Horry W.Schuh. (5)
The Portals, of the Head,
the lips, allow the escape of a foul brtath
when the teeth arc cuuted with impurities
or falling into decay through neglect. If
you would not well nigh nauteate your
Iriends and inspire strangers with disgust,
rid your mouth of such Augean odors by
puritying your tct tii with Nizutlonr, wliicli,
if they are not past redemption, will revive
their pristine whiteness, and reinforce J he
shakier members of the dental fmnily.
Sins of the Fathers Visited on the Chil
dren. Physicians tny that scrofulous taint can
not be eradicated; we deny it "in otta." I
you go through a thorough cousre of Bur
dock Blood IJitLrs, your blood will get a
pure as you cm) wish. Price $1.00 P. (!
Balm in (iilead.
There is a balm in (iilead to heal each
gaping wound ;
In Thomas' Electric Oil, the remedy is
For internal and for outward use, you fiee
ly may apply it;
For all pain and iutiamation, you should
not fail to try it.
It only costs a tritlc, 'tis worth its weight
And by every dealer in the land this reme
dy is sold.
The Right Sort nt'Geueral.
Jacob Smith, Clinton street Buffalo,
says he has used Spring Blossom in his
family as a general medicine tor cases ot
indigestion, bowels and kidney complaints,
and disorders arising from impurities of
the blood; he speaks highly of its elHicacy.
Price 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents. P. (i.
Years of suffering.
Mis. Bartihart, cor. Pratt and Broadway,
ButFilo, was fur twelve vers a sufferer
from rheumatism, and after trying every
known remedy without avail, was entire
ly cured by Thomas Electric Oil.
Mrs. Ira MuUtoUnd, Albany N. Y.,
Writes: "For si-veral years I have sutTerud
from oft-recruiting billiuus headaches, con
stipation, dyspepsia, and ciinpliiints pecu
liar to my sex. Since useing your Burdock
Blood Bitters I am entirely r.-lieved."
Price f 1 00, Paul d. Schuh 3t.
Xevt-r Too Late to Mend.
Thus. J. Aiden, William street, East
Buffalo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom
has worked on me splendid. I hud no
appetite; used to sleep badly and get up in
the morning unrefreshed ; my breath was
very offensive and I mff re 1 from severe
headache; since using your tsprinu Bl-. s-om
all these symptoms have vanished, and I
feel ipiito well. Pric; 50 cents trial bottle
10 cents. P. O. Schuh dirt.
J. P. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohio, so'd in
one j ear fourteen thousand boxes of "Sel
ler's Liver Pills." They ctjre nialnria.
llen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. .r for 3. All
druggists. Scud for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Oo to Taul O. Schuh lor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to ."5 pounds. Directii r.s in Fngli.-l.
and German. Price 15 cents
Tbe lLnvo scalo took tlrnt premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions, llordeti, Selleck & Co., ajjciits,
St. Louis. (.r)
A Conirli. Odd or Sore 'I'll font
should be stopped. iNe'lect t'rcquontl re
sults 111 an Incurable I.tin disease or m
suinplion. Urown's lunhchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cotih sy.ips
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, (,'ivo relief 111
Asthma. Bronchitis, Cimcdis, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which ,Sinsers ami
PuMic Sprakers lire subject tn. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial TrochcB have been
recommended by physicians, and always
lmvo perfect satisfaction. I Invini been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank anion;; the few staple
remedies of the age. iold at 2. conU a
box every where.
fliicklen's Arnica Sulve
The lit st Salve in Ihu world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Khetiin, Fever
Sores, Teller, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Cuius, and ull8lin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect s itisl'actiuu, or money rel'uudcd. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Uko. E
l)u. Kumc'b Ghkat Neiive Kkstoueu is
thu marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Solid to DoM Arch
street, Pliiladelpia, Pu.
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elcetn
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicants on
trial fur thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alllicled with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of lioalth and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. D No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Indian Wood Syrup.
J'vM'i-psiH, Liver Wh-
fiiKes. Fever HII'l Allf
Heart hlsi-Hse, HilloiiN
ness, Neniiut, liehility
Tit K IiKST JiKMFPY KNOWN TO MAN !
i wolve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 10!
Vhl Svrup yinrf-HM-n vnrietl riroierUe : It stim
uUtuM tho ilyttline lu the allvii. wliicli cuuverln
11) utarrh and nunar of the food Into cllicec,. A
ileflclency in ptyaliue CanneK liil Btnt fourinff ul
the food Id the Kloiimch. If the im-.iicl n
Immediately after natitig, the IWmentaiion 01 t. d
It acts upon the Liver,
It actstimti tiic KMtH'jfi,
It liefiilates the Bowels,
It I'urilies the Mood.
It Quiets the Nervous Sj-bUiu.
Jt Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, StreniftlieiiH and Invigorates,
it t arricsuif the Old Blood slid inxke New.
It Opens the, Tores ol the Sklu ami 1 niluc s
It r.eniral!r--f the hreMary twist, or pol-ion in
the bloud, which irenoralen Scrofula, Erveipela.
and all manner of Miiu Uiaeani-a and iu.urn.U hu
mor". There ire no ppirltn enployed in it" nmniifai'ture
Htid it tin hethk.-n ly Hie tmtt delln-te haUe.nr y
tee a;;ed and leetiie, care only huitiK, required lu at
tend u to direct mis.
Oaivti, Henry County, Illn.
I wa Jiifferlne from Sick Headache anil n.ry.l.
nefd eo that I could not attend tomv houinhold du
ne, iiuu a nrt trial or ir. l larl, Jonnaoa's Indi
an Wood Sj rup efllcumllv cured me.
MltS HKLKN EI.KIN8.
Waterman Station, DeKalii Co., Ills.
Ihli" ! to certify that Dr Clark .TohnaonV tndinn
Blood Svrup ha cured mc of I'aln In the Hack. It
Ir a vuluahle mediciuu. AJlts W'UOD.
Centre Hill. White Co , Ark.
Thl" lto certify that 1 wm afflicted with I'nlpi
tatlon of the Heart for nmnv year f tried d I tier
en t doctors, whoe prescriptions tended more to
weaken m than they did to ftreuirthen. I ai lii-t
re lv l to try lr. I'lurk Juhnron's Indian lliood
Synip. which proved to ho a positive cure-not on
ly curlni! the Heart Oi-ein-e. but a, mi a Sick lleuil.
ach w hich hud been Irotihllni; rm-.
I MliS MAItY A. NKAL.
I I va Mllictcd with I.Wer Complaint and Pvnpep
. ia and filled to eet relief, althofL'h indtii; medi
cine front our bert doclora I commenced tiMni!
Dr. ,rohnou'i Indian Blood Svrnp. nndafhort trial
cured uie. T. W. HlSINU, .Mollue, III.
Thl rrrtitlei that Or. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup his effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot he paid In praise o' It.
W. K. Wl.MMtK, Bedlord, Mo.
Aifetits wanted for the tale of tho Indian Blood
Syrup in ( Very town or village, in which 1 Lave uo
sfent. Particulars (riven 011 application
introoisTs sell it.
Uliratorv 7: Went 8J et.. N. V City.
Electric Appliance) are lent on 30 DavC Trial
TO MEN ONLY. YOUNG OR OLD
llf Hll HIV HulTorln.. fvimi Kii,.i.,tu ltvn,. ..u
1.ot ViiAi.nv, I.ai-k or Nriivr t-'oai-it asu
VliloB. WllTIHrVl.KSI'.HK, lltlll all tei,. .Il-rn-..,
of a I'krmonai, Natuiik rcHiiltliiK n-om AarsKa mid
OTHKH (-At'sKn, Stv,ly rclli-f ant eoinplcln restn
ration nf Mr m.tii, 101 ot uthI Mnii.i,ihh arstkkk.
The irniniliwt dlnenvery of tin- Nineteenth Century .
Send at unci fur lliunt ruled l'uinplilet (wis. AililnCw
VOtTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
. PR. KLINt'B GREAT
'Jut nil lluAIN AND N DOR
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ti(i5,Kit!.Krii.;i-iy.iii'.IM'AI 1.I1II.K ll takun
Situ ilirteli"!, ArV' nli'r Ir.'rfou'. a... TrualiiHiJt
VI trial bullle I'mi u Kit Can'i.tle'.r pay inn eiprtna
idiariiMHimliiix,wltn rfoolvml. SpthI loiniHH.IVO.Aiid
xirHi ndiln.ai of rtlii-tvd to loi kl. INK .Mil Arch
St ,)-ioi'i ,rr tmnyui, untmnt ryauid.
Tli'm il" 'li :nu ( iiuik.i money
-i-ii a '.nil 1U1.1 ine'llilin liivpatmeiits
In urn in. ii.' iMi.'iin Mini HtiK-U
ai'iM olutio ia. eim lo mo bv oper
lililiK 11,1 inn' iliin, I roiu Mn y lt,
iKrtl, to U10 pvoKPiit, ilnt. on lli-Vt-atniyiilh
of $10.00 tniM.Cim, eMail
pr illU ii'iv i linen voiilir.eil ami
pui'l to ni vrtmn iiini'iintiiii; to
evouii tiioim tun ormitml tuveNl
nieiit, .thl l-;nliuv tiiMinmosi in-Vei-tuuMit
loiihiiiu looney or pitv
11I1I0011 iti'iiiioiil. Kxpliinntovv '"'
riilniH una htntenntni ot f.inJ V
sent fi-ie, We went ieitpoiiiolo
nueillH, wlio will report on vifipf
11111I InliMiiiien tho plnii I.H'i'iia
cominigHiriiii nnul. AiWrws,
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nilul.ia Mi r.huvs M)vr Hlvok.
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m 0 DR. f
l BEFORE AND AFTERi
PKNXSVLVAXU Military. ACADEMY
("lUKsTH lt. i!lt ytoir npt-n September l:Uh.
yNuw HulliliuK. Superior n:oirttiioiiitlonn.
Appoliilmoiit coiiiplitu, KdkII'Ii. C'(illi((li,
Llimtilcsl, Civil Knuiiie-rlPK r.u'irii. Deursuii
oiilerreil. Apply to W. I'. fpilllcUv, Kon , piitron
Cairo, III., or tu COL. J UKO. UV ATT. Trust.
Indiiina Aslmry University.
I . ( otli'Kt1 of LI t e rut n re mid ArlM, Two coureoi
ipn 111 nmi rm imoptiiiiii.
II. TliBoloijtcai t oii. 1 nnl rue.tJou bytlio prei
Went anil four profeKorx.
III. Lsw CoiirKo. luKtriictlim tiy tliroo iirofos
ior. IV. Military Department, nuilerclinriuof Ualterl
V. I'r.'pnratory si liool. Mix nklllful a 11 J oxporl-
iOiff.rl lH.i.L..a '
I iiltloii tree. Lsillei anil 1,'eiitlemen ailmltluil.
Lo-iition healthy. Kirnt term heylns Sept. VI.
A ijily for rHtnlnami to
AtKXAN JEH MAltTIN, I.I,. D , Pr-. i.
GRAY'S spkcifk; mkdicink
TRADE NURK. The (irent Kliit-
IIhIi rcnieily, An
un lad 1 11 n euro for
potency i.id all
illHua.ca that folow
HM n i.iintihrp
of mtlf-iOniap ; in
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U'jiort) iahinuniversaiiiiislttirluir, " n. v
"puluin Ilia tmrk,a,i tuvinp
1. ;'ueaH of vision, prenmlurx 0I1I K, all, mAny
other (lie,;a ti,at lead to ii.eanltv. aini:miitlna
or h ;i re 111 11 1 11 re crave.
i r-l-'uil 1 urlK -ilur in our pumpljlel, which we
Helre to peud (ree bv mail to evervonu, I Tho
.liecilii; MiMlielr.o In huI'I IivhII ilrn i, hi i ,
purKiiee, orHl.T pneliund lor S'., or ill he cent free
ur until uii recei pi m iin- nioiu-v, hv iilrenf Ihl'.
ill UK.tV SIKIHI'INK CO.,
Ill N V
On Hi-ci unl of eouiilorfeitH, we hne n 'opto'd the
1 el iiw rillilier: thu only i.,.nnl.,u ii . .... ......
, .' ' h . ,'iminiiici r
of cure ifHiieil
., , ol.l In Cnlro I.t P. (i. NCHITI.
hull-milt! .i;i llll. Murrlmin. Clninli..- .b. I'.,
it rj r?i
T..Jlt.ihjHi TT).-Ti.',ii .'HS
SEWING NACHIHE CO
: AND ATLANTA . GA;
J. C. OA KSOjN", Cairo.
Havo Signed or Endorsed tho
Messrs.Seabury & Johnson, Mannfaotur
ing Chenints, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Oentlomcn : For the past few years we
havo sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Phyaiclans and tho Publio prefer
Bnnwon'B Crtpninn Poronw Plriwlpr to all
others. WoconBldsrtheinonoof thevery
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
othar Porous Piasters or Llukneuts for
Pr-nsnn's Carieinn Piiter Is a genalnfl
Parmateutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised by
physioions and drugtfistg.
When other remedies fail get a Bon
son's Capoiuo Plitstcr.
Ton will bo disappointed If you MS
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Fads or Kluo
trfsal Matfnotio toys.
hlUK fi'milillV AT I.AT. Pries iM.
M LAD'S Medicated COiiN oo BUNION PUSTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS Co
Wood, and will mmpltlnhanath Mood in thaB
1 pilUteh nWhtfrnia 1 to 1 8) wKkn may tiafntortd
to Hound hllli, If Mich a thins fcrioniW' Hold
Srvh, or nt by mall lor sHr mmr I a,
OBHDOM Co,, Bottou, Htm., fonuerlj bnor, H
uKkijaua Tn"rin'riT -nniam .
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V Xr SF asV - U. rf Wr
Hie aaonlen of Billon Colic, tho Indlarrlhabls
paima or t;lironli! IndlKeatlnn, tho dehllity and
iiieiiml attipor rennltitm from a coatlvo habit, may
he rertntnlv avoided hy rei'ti atlu the Hvmem with
that uKracahl- and refrefhlnu Ptandnrd Prepars
tion, Tarrinit Melizer Aperii r.t
I'roettralile hi liriigi'lstn-
$10 to -S2I
In leiririin.ite Jiiilii'ioin peniiation In drain, pro
viciom. unit MoeltHon .Mir purierted plan, yields
Hiiru inoiiiUlypMlltH to lari;j mid uninll Inventors.
AddreM I ,r lull purtleiiliir.. 12 KhiiiUII A Co,
Com 11 .MerchiuiK irr 17 hallo at, CuicaKo III
wlinuif to lorni 111) aniualuuiirn with a view tn
murrliii.'". hmikI ij eent itlamp for nealed letter, witli
lull lmrticiilai, 10 I'lper.t llrlnliam, Itonton Mum.
P.0ARWM & DAY SCHOOL
KG 1 i liO'YS.
Flfih year hieniD Seplenihi-r 4. IK!. Aflrot
e and UIl-Ii aehooi; iinrertarlHii ; Kirict dldplinV
llioroiii;U liiKtrm-lloii; (jrniluaten atmlenla In th
(Mann -al anri c ninn rclal couraen. Numlior of
boardprn limited, f'or nil HloigueH adilreKi
HKN. If. KisTKIi, A. M. I'llnelpal.
mat I'lllllie streets, M. Louln.
V0I f iVir s lli'T ,rvon Tcleer.
rortain of a h limtiop, i,.l4ierH Vi.leinlm. Hrotliem,
Jiinei'vllle, H i, "
CI'lil(;i-IKI,l) (Il.l.l Ht'SIN KS8 COttKHK
iViupleiM a, tual hiiiienK prm ticcnund fur Jour
mil tree ,
Molhlnic m i'. Hurlil ,-uuitl in 11 l..r 1
ri-nl . r .1. ill. I'liiihli',. Hull.. Itin, ni.l an.
Barn t vn., M-KurM lll.nu... Clmrh l.il
A'-llli', Irin.k. riui.lliin. all tliHMl
i)l.rMi. ll untr ml. All drunii.L irnl
counu, atiirr ki-i-for. ... . . y ,m
k l'ri.,'.. IMII.hiinili, nni-v.t-T holtl.
b. .... .Illf ",... . lp
vi",,,r...."Vf' ... VuV ..vBr
Clnii'. Hiii-wt In-Htirevt minn-nii' inHljouiitnilurminiilily
1 ui ..-i-MiiiTnn.nl ri'iuiTii.iuiirni'inMieiiitNirin
II IIU 111 I U.1,1 uL . 1
-'t(-h tueililH T ll'U the U'li.-fll iil'inml.ini.l ninitul Him
Chili. 10 lii f0 kt in-lit. lnlilrii,lsK, iimiiihly. Ite
nof .-nii inim Mi.t iii li tin iil-r. Klmie-i liieaeh,
n-ileein due, Iiiui-m-iIiIi., ir.in. ienililo. A ivIIiiHi- rtir
P".iinlei;i u-aotiil 111 every Iiuu. flinn-ial iniliieeinenta.
bo.:aiiiii..rvCiri-iilnr' iitli-i-e. A.IiIiv-m li. K. Kk.mpau.
liCo., it; L K'j tuSiiiieM.,cili(;Aiio, ilu
OF EVERT KIND CHEAPES THAW m
KJiIon Mint Oiina.Revolvera. Ammunltloo.
1 InIiIiik Tnekle, Scinen, Ncta, Knlva,
Hrtora, SUnteH, llaiuinoeki, etc.
Lnre Illunirntod Cntiiioue FKEE.
Vt 1. 1 romm
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS.
WANTED 1 Udleaand Oenilemen, toensrairft
villi in In wll upveral l'a.ful Hoiiaohofd
Artietei.. I'l-olliH lurgo I.noor la llKht.
I-.x IimIv territory kIvoii. No competition,
leriiin lliiernl. cireuhirn KKKR, Aiidrens
IlovtiUMaiiul'iiel'ir Co., lioi SltS, I'll thur(th, Pt.
Swcillxh IaHflrt Powder Kills
ANO ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
i- win on HMiKiiiy exii-niimiue Hoartiea, Anta,
lied Unix, 1-liM.s, Lleo.Toli.KMi, uml Cotton Worm",
Moth, eie. In.-. wii,, dtr,., f lemily and cheap, it
will nut poHon iiminnln or fowls. Hample park
iiites l.y mini ml ecnm, puM-pulil. Stnmos taken,
tlrcoliiia froo. Aif,.t Wiioted. Aditrew,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittabnrgh. Pa.
liSSof a" k,r'd3 tr ealo very cheap.
lOiCataloguoa free. Addnw, RICHARD
OBI HULL X CO. Box 883. l'ttuburgh, i.
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