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TE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20. 1382.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term at Bubtoription.
0yr by carrier ...... ..113 On
(f i per cent, discount li paid Id advance.)
UHlly.QttByinr y mli moo
Isily.one month m 1 oo
Wookly, one year oo
Wnuly.fl months 1 oil
HT-Ctulis of flva or more for Wwldy Uulliitln at
onetime, por yuar,$l 511
INVAII1ABI.V IN ADVANI'I.
All Commuulr.ii.ions should bo' addressed to
A. 111? KN B IT,
I ubllsher sod I'ronrlfltor.
Open Secrets in Cookery.
Both doctors ami epinmm njrrouil up
fn rare iin-at --ihts fornit-r for diclwlion,
the latter for instc, and that alii meat
and gamo aru tlm bctier for Klight cook
ing', with tho cxeojitioiiof veiilanll pork
which thoy do not ri-t ojiinwiui at all.
It in quite? coriHiioii now for tho physi
cian to order a sandwich of Ik-that
is, a slice of unbooked linef, minced
line, seasoned, and spread hotwel'ti two
thin slices of bread as far more nourish
ing for weak digestion than cooked
meats. It is only the idea of rawness,
it seems, that is in the way, ami not tins
taste, rn when it U out of sight most
people can learn to take thin rarest beef.
This same reason that ordains that tho
juice must run in the leg of mutton
when the knife goes in, ami the game
must only flypast the kitchen fire, is he
hind this, and herein is why broiled
meats are so delicate and palatable.
The outside is so quickly cooked that
the juices within are not uthVted by the
tire. Just what happens to milk when
it is boiled, the thickening of the skin
on ton, and what is seen also in a hard
boiled egg, occurs in meats; the albu
menthe nourishing quality -U hard
ened and toughened when meal is too
long exposed to heat.
So the careful housewife, wh puts
her meat in the oven early, well salted,
and watches it from time to time ns nil
the juices draw out of it with the salt
and the heat, uuti! a hard, brown round
or rib is ready to bo put on the table,
has really extracted from the meat al
most all its nourishment, and gives the
family a mass of dried fibres to chew.
This also explains why much (and
most) frying spoils goo'd nieati, The
"surprise," as a French cook says, is
the main thing. You must have a hot
oven for whatever is to be roasted, and
a bed of very hot coals for broiling, or
fat that is hot enough to send up a blue
smoke for whatever is to be fried. Then
tho ouliide is immediately hardened
over, and the ro-t of the process must
depend upon the size of the piece. The
trouble with most frying is that the fat
is not hot; the meat, or fish, or mush,
or ovate r are left to si.zle a long time,
until they gradually brown, by which
time they are dry and tasteless. Hut
the sudden plunge into smoking, not
burning, fat, which thu quick change of
color on the surface shows, keeps all
the taste and freshness in the article to
be cooked. So w ith all roa-us a very
hot oven at lirst, and no seasoning un
til the meat browns, keeps the juice in
tact. I tut the joints must not be suffer
ed to burn, and the oven must lie cool
ed otl' a little as soon ns t Iks outside is
well coated. After this the old rule of
fifteen minutes to the pound can bo
varied to suit laMo, and ns the house
hold can take its meat rare. Hut the
meat must be elastic to the pressure of
the linger, or it is "done to death."
Fish also must be rapidly cooked; oys
ters to be merely dropped fur a moment
into the boiling liquor, because t lie juice
of these must not be suffered to toughen
into leather, but kept as nearly as pos
The most fainilar objects about us
are ofteu least understood, and probably
few can pause to nsk tho question:
What is gum arabie and from wheneo
it comes!" In Morocco, about tho mid
dle of November (that is, after the rainy
season), a gummy juice exudes spon
taneously from tho trunk and branches
of tho acacia. It gradually thickens in
the furrow down which it runs, and as
sumes the form of oval and round drops,
about the size of a pigeon egg, ol difler
ent colors, ns it comes from thu rod or
white gum tree. About the middle of
December the Moors encamp on tho
border of the forest and the harvest
lasts a full month. The gum is packed
in largo leather sacks and transported
on tho back of camels and bullocks to
seaports f'r shipment to different coun
tries. The harvest occasion is inado
one of great rejoicing, and the people,
for the timo being, almost lis'c oil gum,
which is nutritious and fattening. Such
is tho commercial story of this simplo
but useful article.
Snako and Eat. '
A li"-lit unto uestiii ueiwceii a sniiko
and unit occurred near SloeUtoil, U ..
which is described by the M'til of that
city. The snake was of unusual Mwcnu.l
of a different appearance from those
commonly found in wafer. 1 ho rut was
of tho ordinary brown variety, alul was
runniii" along the shorn when tlto ligm
bean. " Thesmikewiis coiled upon n
little point of mini Just above the wafer.
li... ;ia..H mil I nnibablv usleeii. J no
nullum: .. i - - .. ,i .
rat, apparently without n.Uieing the
miake, jiimpt'd directly upon the folds
of the serpent's body. ! .
The snake struck instantly, fastening
its fangs between the rat's shoulders.--Then
be"tm a, contest that in its small
way was truly thrilling. Tho rut,
struggling violently, endeavored to
shake Itself free, while tbo snake as per
pistontly endeavored to drag the head of
Us victim into its own nioulh.
This feat it was at first unable to ao
mnllsh. The rat writhed In Its con-
.n.iJvn i.fTorts to escape, bit tho big
pnako severely in the neck just buck of
tlm bead until the blood flowed and mix
ed with U owu. , ..,. 1 . ,
r;niu. tlm snnko U iU cflorts to ob
t- i',..tt..i" ndvuntaco released his
... t ,Lirr llnl nlllHirtllll.
Hold una me u. . (
it v, bit the snake no severely that It be
"J1 .. . . i i ... iM.Unn not nrr on
enmu disunion "D i""-; , , ,;,1rv;j
tho rat killed It but not until death had
dot its seal oil the writuing inwitw
P Education may notpwent crlm, bnt
it 13 crimo w prevent euueuuvu.
The Home of a Worker.
A house lias tit last been built, or rath
er details of its plan have become known
to a few, which is ono of tho first per
fectly successful attempts recorded to
carry out individual nlans and wishes in
spite of architects. Sir. John Hrett, It.
A., who had sought but never found a
house in which his requirements could
be met, and whoso family was small,
each member having some distinctive
pursuit, determined upon an entirely
original arrangement of space. It was
a necessity given such a family to sim
plify domestic life, reduce hireil service
to a minimum and leave every ono as
exempt as possible from petty cares.
Silence was another requisite, and as
pictures were an important feature of
each room cross lights also wore to be
avoided. Nooks and projections of ev
ery sort were to be excluded as harbor
ing dirt and dut, and thus increasing
work, and all the rooms were as far as
possible to bo fitted with permanent
furniture, thus dispensing with articles
likely to be displaced or get out of or
der, livery floor is of asphalt laid upon
concrete, and nil upon the same level,
and neither noise nor vibration is pro
duced by tho loudest ami roughest play
among the children. The bouse is but
one story high, every room vaulted with
brick arches, but one small portion be
ing raised to two stories. The front
door opens into a small hall communi
cating directly with a central picture
gallery. Hcyond this, which is the
largest room in the house, the casual
caller never penetrates. Tho house is
heated by hot water and the cooking
done by gas, the sole chimney beingnot
on the house but on a furnace-room
without, where a fire is lighted in Octo
ber and continued to May, the tempera
ture being kept at 00 degrees, far below
the requirements of the average Ameri
can. The ventilation is perfect, the
change of air being si) complete that,
while there is no draught cigars smoked
at night leave no trace in the morning.
The walls are red brick, the windows
square-beaded and fitted with sashes.
Tho window heads are of stone, the
panels on them being slightly carved,
and a parapet is continued about the
house, pierced at intervals with arched
openings. Altogether, while not adapt
ed to popular needs, it is full of features
that might advantageously be copied by
many who with special pursuits find
themselves always hampered by the fa
cilities for noise "and other disturbances
common to the average house. Our
Farming to the Front,
Never before have there been so
many people of all classes taking a
strong, direct, personal interest in the
agricultural situation and prospects.
Businessmen, bankers, capitalists, stock
brokers, merchants, mechanics, manu
facturers, operatives, and day laborers
even, arc watching tho daily bulletins
and reports of the weather, with especial
reference as to how it is affecting the
growing wheat, corn, and oats, and the
further planting of corn. Never before
have they seen so clearly that farming
is the real basis of all other business, ana
tnat upon it rests the prosperity of tho
country. They now comprehend the
fact that it was the good crops of 1870,
and 11, from the export of which
we received so many hundreds of
millions of dollars from other lands,
which changed the financial depression
of 1X73, and the j ears following, into a
prosperous activity extending "through
all branches of trade and manufacture.
Every extra bushel of wheat or corn, or
pound of meat, cheese and butter that
went to market helped turn the scale.
The hundreds of millions of bushels of
grain that came from the interior to the
seaboard, gave profitable employment
to the railroads. These bought and
used more cars, more iron, more steel,
and the makers of these, from head di
rector to tho lowest laborer, received
more wages and more constant employ
ment, and they purchased more freely
those articles that go to supply the ne
cessities and comforts of every-day life.
This stimulated and increased the mer
cantile trade, and made heavier demands
upon all kinds of manufactured com
modities. The farmers who received
tho proceeds were able to reduce debts
upon their farms; to buy more and bet
ter implements; to pay up their store
debts, and to buy more freely from tho
merchants. The merchant and shop
keepers were in turn able to pay up
their debts to wholesale houses, brokers
in manufactures, and importers, ami to
buy larger slocks of goods for cash or
on short credits. The carrying of these
goods increased the transportation busi
ness, and stimulated the building of
from 6.000 to 10,000 miles of new rail
roads per year.
This brief glance at some leading
points shows the great and far-reaching
influence of prosperity to farmers. On
tho other hand, the unfavorable winter
and spring ami summer drouths of 18KI
cut down the surplus wheat and corn
and meat and dairy products and cotton
tnany score millions in value. This of
cd cold" abroad ;' it lias "decreased tho
abilVt v f farmers, and all classes of work
ers, to buy gootls and manufactures.
The decline in the demand for iron and
steel, and the fall in prices, prevent tho
payment of the wages asked for, and
there is now prevailing one of the
e-reatest "strikes" ever known in this
country, of laborers who demand higher
pav to' meet the increased cost of living.
due in part to the advance in oreao-
sluffs, consequent upon tue jessencu
crops of last year. Is it any wonder
that Ibis state oi i a - "i" ;v
..,.,. mi. en e-hteneil tne mmoj-siaming
''. . . . t .t... ........In ..li. .ii'ii ... .1
of that nun u i--t,u "v J",u
onfa"-od in agriculture, and who hxvo
i.iiiioein i icon mi mn-'i n; '". u m
farmhi" of inferior importance, and
..lodhoiuiers? l-'armina bas
... 4 lir, ll-Mlll. Oil III la li'lli v"
PI U T '
ui, rhnnnol tunnel is to bo
P'yt: 0 Lhan will be ,
tne eggs no iiuw ...
600,000 In diviaon'8:
'. . Viiimrrv thing 1q.
Thenrninis a -j - eBVmtist cen-
deed, and ho -hJFJJpjnB or thlnkiur,
Btantlv feed it by n;al "K n ,
or it will shrivel or iau r .
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs aud
Colds, have been given awsy as trial bottles
of the Urge size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not tor thu rure merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Cull at Harry VV.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
It Won t I'ay
after so much labor ami capital has been
expended to build up this medicine, to
allow it to deteriorate. You can take Sim
mons Liver Regulator with perfect faith, as
it is mailo by no adventurers who pickup
the business of concocting medicines, but
hy educated, practical druggists who have
made the study of medicine and its com
pounds the labor of a lifetime. The care,
precision, noatness and perfection exhibited
by tho very appearance of tho Regulator
proves it to be the best prepared medicine
in the market, and J. II. Zeiiin & Co. fully
carry out their motto : "I'urissimr et Optima
(purest and best)."
"Fkmale complaints" are the result of
impure blond. Use "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher." Sure cure.
Huckleii's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the woriu tor Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Itl.eutn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to five per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Geo. K
Dk. Kmmc's Gkeat Nkrvb Kkstoker is
the marvel ol" the aj;o for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Sciul to Ml Arch
street, I'hiladelpia, Pa.
Those who prepare Hops aud Malt Bit
ters, make no secrets of its ingredients,
but publish them on every bottle. Medi
cal authorities say that these remedies are
all that are claimed tor them for the cure
of Dyspepsia, Debility, indigestion, Con
Never Give Up.
If you are Buffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all meaus procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
sec the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be 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
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (5)
The Portals of the Head,
the lips, allow the escape of a foul breath
when the teeth are coated with impurities
or falliuir into" decay through neglect. If
you would not well nigh nauseate your
lriends and inspire strangers with disgust,
rid your mouth of such Augean odors by
purifying your teeth with Sozodont, which,
if they are not past redemption, will revive
their pristine whiteness, and i-iinforce the
shakier members of the dental family.
Sins of the Fathers Visited on the Chil
dren. Physicians say that scrofulous tuiut can
not be eradicated ; wo deny it "in otta." I
you go through a thorough cousre of Bur
dock Bioo I Bitters, your blood will net a
pure as you can wish. Price $1,00 P. O
Balm in Gilead.
There is a bnlm in Gilead to
In Thomas' Electric Oil, tho
For internal and for outward use, you free
ly may apply it;
For all pain aud iutbimation. you should
not fail to try it.
It only costs a trifle, 'tis worth its weight
And by every dealer in the land this reme
dy is sold.
The Right Sort of General.
Jacob Smith, Clinton street Buff do,
says lie nas uscu spring JJlossom in ins
family as a general medicine tor cases of
indigestion, bowels and kidney complnnts,
and disorders arising from impurities of
tho blood; ho speaks highly of its ellhcaey.
'nee 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents. P. O.
The old need them; the young want
them; the sick crave them; the well take
them; dyspeptics need thtm; epicures like
them; men will have them children cry
for them; ladies must havo them. Hops and
Years of suffering
from rheumatism, and after trying every
known remedy without avail, was entire
ly cured by 1 nomas Lluctric Oil.
Mrs. Ira Mulholund, Albany N. Y.,
Writes: "For several years I have suffered
from oft-recruiting billious headaches, con
stipation, dyspepsia, and complaints pecu
liar to my sex. Since tisoing your Burdock
Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved.
Price 1.00, Paul G. Schuh agt.
Never Too Late to Mend.
Thos.J. Arden, William street, East
Buffalo, writes: "Yuur Hpriug Blossom
has worked on mo spleudid. I had no
appetite; used to sleep badly and get up in
v morning unrelreshed; my breath was
cry offensive and I suffered from severe
headache; since using your Spring Blossom
mi tnese symptoms have vanished, ana i
cl quite well. Price 50 cents trial bottle
0 cents. P. G. Schuh agt.
; J. F. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohio, sold in
Oo year fourteen thousand boxes of "Scl
V's Liver Pills." They cure malaria.
lYIlen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
oiuess, nervous debility, and all weakness
obencrative organs. $1, 5 for 5. All
Agists. Send for circular to Allen's
M'macy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cfl bv Barclav Bros . o
Go to Paul O. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unuqualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directiccs ic Eulisb
nd German. Price 15 cents
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, aud other ex
hibitions. Borden, Bollock & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers 1 1 !
Arc you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying w ith thu excruciating pain of cutting
teeth t If so, go at onco anil get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo (lie poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There ithot a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the motherland relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly snfo to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Personal ! To Men Only !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicanco on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, aud kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vic;or. Ad
dress as above. N. B. No risk is incur -red,
s thirty days' trial is allowed.
Indian Blood Syrup.
(TBADE MA UK,
Ovspcrisfa, I.ivcr PU
eiis.'s. Fever anil As'tie
llrsri fiiscsNi', ltlliiius
ni'ss, Nervous l'i'lillity
TUR BEST RF.MF.fiy KNOWN TO MAX I
.welvc Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1?0!
Yhl Svrnp poHs'iKHes vnrto l iiroiivrtlus: It etim
uIhU'h the ptyalineln thu saliva, which couvorlH
the ftnrch und KiiuHr of th fuod Into u'luc""". A
detlcieuoy in plyiiimo cau wind ami soiirinj; ol
(he fond In the stomsch. If thu mrihr! i ...im
Immediately uftor enliug, tlio fcriueutatlun ol r.nl
It arts mon the Liver,.
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It rurifles tlm Wood.
It Ouli'ts tho Nervous System,
It rrometes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Stri'iijrthcus anil InvifjurntcH,
It Carries oil' the Old Wood ami makes New.
It Opens tlitf Pores of the Skin ami IhiIuccm
It neutralize thu hiwditury taint, or potKon in
th Wood, whl' h iiiinuratos hcrufulu, KrvsipcK-i,
and all maimer of Sklu Dlscasus and Internal hu
mors. Th.Me aru no spirit cmploynrt In U mil nil fact urn
and it i an ht tak.-n by thu most didlcato liabu.or by
the atfi'd and fwblo, caru only helui; re(iilrrd In ut
tvutti d tudlrixtions.
Oalva, Htrnry County, Ills.
J wassntrcrliift from Kirk Tlcadiirfan sml D'zj).
tU". Wf'cllA VirrnTri'i'l m.
' v MRS 1IKLHN KLKINS.
WatiTinnn Station, DuKatli Co., III.
Th11 tociTtlfy that Or Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup hn cured me of t'aln In tho Hick. It
Is t valmble mcillclim. MK8 WOOD.
This W to certify that 1 was afflicted with Palpi
tation or tlio Heart lor many yi'ars i irii'u oiiut
ent doctors, whosu priiscrlptlans tmidud mora to
woalicn mn tlisn thev did to streuKOian, I i lunt
r.'S Ived to trv Dr. tftsrk Johnson s Indian HIuoiI
Syiup, vhlch iirovcd to bo a posltivo ciini not on
ly cur.njt Ibo Ileart Disease, hut also a Hick Iluud
aclt wjli h had boon troubling mn,
I wss'afnictcd with I.tsnr Complaint snd !)ypep
sla and tailed to Ht relief, Ithoni'b usIiil' nniill
clnes frm our brut doctor I commenced ii-lin?
Dr. Johnson's Indian Itlood Svrnp, and aslioit trial
curudm. T. W. UlHlNli, Mollne, III.
Thlicrtlflesthat lr. (Mark Johnson's Indian
BloodHyrup bus eiliictnally en met m of Dyspopila.
Too nuch caunot be said In pral of II,
W. K. WIM.MKH, Bedford, Mo.
Aborts wanted for th sale of thu Indian niood
Symptn evrry town or villiiKO, In which I hsvu no
ai'ont. particulars (jlvin ou uppllcutlou
0KUUOIUTH HKLI. IT.
Uliralon- 77 West 3d st.,N,Y, Cltr.
INJECTION, Is aposltlva gurefrll nischsrirss.
Btlnirlnir. SinsrUna nnd Pulnfiil BtiusntloDS or th
SI O t po' Uottlw, For sinla by U flrusr-
liMM l.t nr mAnt bv Kxrri.sson rs-
KlniorTrlciT jbHN D, PAKK o.
T6 nndTt77 Ay.-morflt omOIMNAU.
Koraaleby DA UCLA Y BROd., Cairo, 111.
iyw x sank, m j -
US f lit-.) fltf-l 3
if mm nt
PKNNSU.VANIA Military AOADKMY
P'lKoTKB. Slst ye.r opens S-iplnmbor lUt.i.
''Nbw llulldi.irs. Supurlor coniinoilailon".
Appointment cmpl"tu. KiikIIsIi. C'nlliKlate.
Chunilcal, I'tvll K'ttci nu-rl n ii ci r.'. Di'Kreu
(Ninliirred. Apply to W P. Hallldnv. Ksii , patron
Cairo, III., or to COL. THEo HYATT, rrest.
Indiana Asbury University.
I. Collt-(tt of Literature mid Arts, Two coursos
- Classical and I'lil osophli al.
II. Tluiolontc.ai i onrse. Instruction by tho pros
Idcnt nnd four professnm.
I It. Law Course. lustractloa by thruu prafes
son. IV. Military Department, under chargo of t'uttcd
V. Pn piiratory school. Six skillful ani experi
Tuition freu. Lsdli'K and itontluinen admitted.
Lo-atlon healthy. Kirnt term bej;lti Kept. IS.
A iply fur CHliilin-iio to
" ALKX AN DElt MAUI IN, LI,. D., Pres't.
fi RAY'S SPECIFIC MKDICLNE.
TRAOE M4RN. Tho fin-at I'ivj-
jifej. llsh reineriv, Au
-unfallliiK eura for
i sperinuvoniiea. mi
poienc.v ijn an
s rt sequence
dlntncss of vision, premature old age, many
other diseases that lead to insanity, ;onsumpilon
or a premaliiro vrave.
Kull pai tic'ilars In nnr pamphlet, which wo
desire to send fret- bv mull to evefVonr. JTliu
Sipeclllc. Medicine Is sold bvall driu'tflsts at jl per
pacKHi-c, or six packuires lor JS, or will be sent free
bv million receipt oft.be money, bv addressing.
Tllfc OltAV M Kl'ICIN R CO.,
Hits..- li V
On ace nnt of counterfeits, we have adopted tho
y. el'ow rapper; lliu oiilv p-nuine. Ouaiiinlees
of euro issued
Bold in I'alro by f 0. KClItm.
"'hfiU'sftli) A..,iils. Morrison, l'lnuilw- ..
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Meesra.Seabury & Johnson, Manufatap.
Ing Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Gentlemen : For tlio past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ter). Physicians and tho Publlo prefer
BftTifirm'g Cnpclnn Poroim -piqatr to all
others. Weconsldsr thumoiioof thevery
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Bennon'siCftrclnfl Pln-itor Is a renuire
Parmaceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognized by
physloians and drug-g-iats.
When other remedies fail get a Ben
son's Capoino Plaster.
You "w"I M disappointfd if you use
cheap i....,l'.i':s Linimentu, 1'odsorEleo
MURK RKATKIiV AT LAST. Price
MEAD'S Medicated CCRN ind BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Illond, and willrnniplstelyclianKS tbn blond lulhn nn
tinirivslMi in tliree men I lis. Any person who will lako
1 pill varli niffbttrnm I to 1 1 wonksmny he rr.tnreri
tOMiKint henltli, l( mull a thlna linpimHililn. ISold ov
rvwhelH. orHi.nt bv mall for M teller HlitmnH. 1. H.
Joiinhom A Co., Iluntuu, Mass., formerly Ummor, Mu.
Elsctrle Anollancei ara lent on 30 Dim' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"XtrHO tin suirerlnir from Kanvovs Dkiiiiitt,
y Lost Vitality, Lack or Nkiivr Kok. s tsn
Viiiiib, Wastino Wkakshbks, mid nil Uuimi illsi'ssfs
of a PkIisonai. Natoks lesulliiw from Ani'shs ami
(ITIIKK I'AI'SKS. K""ly rele t anil onlllpletw 1'i'Hlifc
ration .if It bai.tH.Viooii nml M ASioe ! i Icaiiantkkii.
The icrandei.t illxeovery of Ilm Mneleentlv lenlery.
Bend at unee for illiwtmuiil I'limplil. i f n'S. Adilrest
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
, TiR. KLINK'SGHEAT
r ,,n iiu.iy ami M.m a
IDlsstsss. (isi.v i nn i eiir "K Nclivs Arrse-iin.r-irs.Ksii.srsr.st.IN'AIXIIII.r:ifsksn
Imillri.ouol. hiinfi'r Hi'l'l'iu 'U. Trrstiwa
tl trial boitli. frwi Ui Vlt Ciuies.lhry if lneprMS
oliri.iii iB.s.wlirn rnelvil. HhoI iiiiim, MUiii
oirMdilmwiorllllollt(. I' KI.1NK.WI1 Arob
81 l'hll'l 'f Xrr ilru.'fl'.l. 7lrirur' " Vuu.(.
Tbos ilesiriliK l tmiNo monrf
on s i.nllmi.i ino'dmii liiveHtmeiits
III (mini, provlsl, lis lllld sUk-H
HIK'I'llltlllll . "II llOKll by Ol'l'l--
iit,inii".u'iiiM'lno. I'rotii May 1st,
I'.KI, t'l till' M""l'llt IIMllV Oil 111'
v rt.MiMiu ulIO oti tnl,tl(Mi,i'HNll
iir.'lll . niV'i Im'H leiiliseil and
pool to Inveit'iis liiiioiiiiinm to
several t ii'i'ii t'i oi'ii'liinl invpst'
Pionti, ..ml It'iivloit tlieoimimil In
vi'stini ni' iiuiuiiiK n i'iii'V or l' -hi
.in on iteiiiiiml. I'.Miliiiintnryi'ij;
i'iiI.iih iiihi nuiteiiiniiiH of fund y
sent fi-i'0. Wo wnlit ii'Hpulisloln
i ii,i win eoiuii'fc on erops
mot liiVroilwn tlio uliiil. 1.11'iTul
..,HMOi OIIH lllllll. A'l'llVS.
iiiU'Iuii Al. rcli.inl. MnJur ltliKk,
DR. f m.
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Tlio suonlss of nilloii Colic, the Indisorlbable
Iiuims of :tir"tilc liHltKestlon, tlxi (lebllity and
iiiutiliil stupor reHtiltinir fiom a costlvo habit, may
be nurtnlnly avoided bv reiraiatloi! tbe system wlta
tbat sirrnuablo mid refrcslilnir rtaiidari rrepara
tioD, Tarrant's Selmer Aperlint.
l'rociinililu at all Drutjclsts-
'810 to $20,000
In Indtimatc j'idlr.loiis spernlatlori Id drain, Pro
v. slims nnd Mi.okHOu our pertected plan, yield
sure moiiiblv protiis to lare and small luvestors.
Address fir full pin llnibirB. li Ji Kendall & Co,
Com'n .Merrhiints, 1V7 A 1?.) La Hallo at, CbIcai;o III
MAllRfAGE BUREAU Wemar?
wl"lilnif to lorin an aiqiiiilhtaucc with a view to
niHrriiiu'e. simkI 8 rent, stamp fo' feaied letter, wlta
full yartn .ulars, to 1'ip. r.V llribatii, lUittou Muss.
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL
FOJl BO YS.
Flftli ar liiioins September I, 18J. A first
ela-s b'tfli schoo,; unsectarian; strict dlclplinu;
tli.irmik'li Instiiietimi; yradiinlos students In tho
cliissical aim ci tninerrinl courses, .Number of
botinters liinlled. r'or cntiloeues address
illiN K. K( 1ST K It, A. M. I'llncipul,
l.t I'tihns streets, St. Lou's.
VriTTNir WT ll.vo(iH.HnttnleiimTi'lei;ra'
iV'lyiivi piv in a few iiionihs, nnd ba
rerluin uf a Hitioiilno i.iI.Iioum V'iil,o,iii,.. iir. ........
JiiUesvillo, V 1. .
rniN(;i-iEi.n di.i.) hi sixkss coi.lehk;
1 i:omplee :u tmil biiiniss practice, smid for Jour-
tin I free
Ti. V aT V It UTI si' MEN T 57
NuII.Iiik in oiu m.ri.l fuiit.1 u, u lr uu
rnnrpitls On ei.i,..i... u..o. T .ii.i u -
Von M, Mi'Miinal iiHti.i, Catnrrh. low of
AiH iili', !mtli; Coni!lAlul.. ami all Bliiod
,ll.... U nc'ir fall.. All ariiKtrlm. and
counirj il.ire k"iiTl wll it. II. H, M.llrn
A ..... I'rii-. I'lll'I.Hrtfli, mi .-Vfr. ttotll.
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Clnli-. orierstlia surest iiietuiiif iiuiKinitreinilur tnonibly
proiu.-froiHiiiviwiiniiiiUiil (,ltitii( iiKiouriiiorijileiiliinr in
lvieh uieiiiU'ruetH the iieie IK ot'eoiiiliiinililipiial oi the
Club. 10li led per .vm. li.nMeinN u, I IMoiitlilv. li
KiriHiif oiicniiloiiHseiit nu ll meiuiier. Shnri IOraeh,
n'.iin'in ilili', ininiiwKsiI'li'. lriuil-:ilile. A n-liulileeur-ri
j'iiiileni wnnted in everv t.ovn. PiKi-iiil imliiiiiionts.
Kxi'lainilory Ciri'iili.r i-ent Inc. Aibln'-s It. K Kenualx.
iiCo,, in it ivj r.ii.suiiuS:.,(jiiicA(io, ilu
OF VTRT KIND CHEAPER TEAM ETES.
Kllles.Shot (iniiH, Il.ivolvers, Ammunition,
l ixliiiiK Tu. 'kin, S.'liit't, et, Knives,
Hii.ors, Skut', Itiiinmocks, ptr.
Liir(, IlluHtrntoil '. tulouu FKEE.
yVi lc Irrwn
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I I-ii'liesHnd fientlcmin, toen(raro
Willi us lo sell several Uacfnl Household
Articles. Trollta lurirsj Laljor Is lUht.
1'jhivo lori llorr Kiven. No competitiou.
Tornis lllieral. Circulars FKKK. Address
Henltt Huniifart'n Co., Box Mis, I'ittsburuti, Ps.
Sw(IlFih Inouot Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
I: will tlitinvii.'Uly sxtrrrninnto Itoaehps, Ant
Hod Hints, Me is, l,U'i',Tiiliuc..'-fiiiiU'otU)n Worms,
Moth, flu. It la sufi', Mim, cleanly mid cheap. It
will not polmn niilmiilH or fowls, Kample pack
itues by mull 30 cent.'', p.ist-mlil. Puimps taken.
Circular fi-i. Aisnnts Wiinti'ii. Address,
J. it. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
jumT 'OO. Aiiurcss, niLnnu
BOX 868. ritbbiiryh, Pa.
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