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THE CAIRO BULLKTLY.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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E. A. IK' KNKTT,
Publisher and I'roorlutnr.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
oi the i prearnt generation. It forthe
Cure of this diHease and Its attendants',
SlCK-nEADACHE; EILI0USRES3, DYS
PEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PlLESjethat
TUTT'S PILLS have KRined a world-wide
ro p u U t io n . ii o It o ni eel y ji an e v e r bee a
diao.ivert d that actM so Kently 'oh the
iliResUve'orkaiiriyinR them vigor to aiil
iimilate food. As iv natural roault, the
Nervous byBtom ia liraced, tho" Muscles
are Developed, arid the Hotly HVbustT
Clxilla and Povor.
K. HIVAL.o Planuir at ilayou Bara, I..,naya:
My plan.aUun lit In a malarial dlmrtct. Fop
everal year I could not make half a crop oo
account of bllloua dlaiaaia and chills. I waa
noarly dlncournjjn-1 wln'n I began tha use of
TUTT'S P1LLH The result waa marvlous
my labortira noon bernrna h arty and robust
ad I have bad uu furihor trouble. '
Thy rr Mrvr ihr rntgnrgfA I.I irr, cIcmmo
lli HIiMtd from iii1mmiou iititiior. unil
chiim- llir bonrta lo !. mUiintllT, Willi
out wlili-li nounrrun Ufl 11.
Try Ihla rem? full It, ami ,(iu ll en
n health. llliinilnn, Vlgiii-oiia H.mIt. Iiir
IIKmmI, SlrtiK --, ca, anal a Vouu.i I.l-r.
1'rlc. its en U. Olttc, 3A tt urrnj HI., M. y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ra v II nt i.r Wit jsk I is rh:inii"l to a (li (ikv
tn.AiK hy a H'MjIe nppli' elnm ol thin 11 k. It
lii'Iuirl" u mOnrnl I'ntnr, nr. 'I H'-u Instantaneously.
H'.l I lv I 'r'jtji.ilrt, or sent l expreiw ou reeiiit
uf (imc fx. liar.
Office U?i Murrnv Street, NnwYork.
It TTH .W.a.VI'If. I'dluallrv
Information and lrful ISrreiptm n
trill be utailril tKEE on tipnf leaf m. Jf
Uo;j Nit Icm arc lite Pnrc-t anl Jicst
liittiT.s ever Ma !.
Tli'.y an; coni) U!nl.'il 1'rmn ll..jm, M;iit,
litlclui, M iijilriikc ami I) iii.leloiii tlic old
est uii'l lift, itiil nin.-,t valuiM". lau'lieincs
ill tin: Wtiri'l, .'il,'! CHIitiiill t'l'.' bunt limi
Il.n-t i'ur itiv..1 i;im -tV.ys 'if h:I otlicr ri'UI-
t-iiii-f', In-ill t'," n-at.-st 151jil Purifier,
Liver Kiyulator, aii'l Life an.l lli sitli 11 -Kturiny
Ayent n cartli. No discusu r ill
hi'ulth can jvissilily lni .-xist where tlii'.v;
IJittcrs arc usuil, sm v.-uicl ;in l i.-rf-ct are
They f,'iv new lite mid vigur to t lie ntfi?l
anil iulinn. To all whose i inployiiienli
cause irregularity ol' the howeU or urinary
or in, or ri((iiiri' an anetirr, Tunic ami
nui'l Stimulant Hop Hitter are invuiuahle,
U'lDi hilily curative, tonic ami stimula
ting, without iutuxicatin-r.
No matter what yunr feelings or symp
tom are, what the disease or ailmeiit i-t
Is, use ll'ip Dittc-M. l)i n't wait until you
are sick, hut if you only feel had
or miser ihie, ue irp Hitters at
once. It may stave your life.
Huudr-ds have heeu s.ived !' so doirj;.'.
f"i00 will he paid for a cae they will not
cure or h ip.
Do nt sutler or let yur friends suffer,
but use and ur'e tln ni to ue Hop Hitters.
Henieuiher. Hop Hitters is no vi'.e,druf,'i!'i,'
drunken nostrum, but the Purest an I
Hest Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
hould he without them. Try the Hitters
to-day. ( !
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
a 1'iltlvo Cnro
For all thoif I'alnriil Cemplulnta and WrakneatC
to cuiauioD to our l' t femulc population,
A Meiliotne for Womnn. IiiTonted by a Woinnn.
1'rpparrd ly a Wonmn.
- Tb firiwtMt Jlr.llnl Dli-niiTj SlnfPtho tlnon of IHmnr;.
ttril ri'Ylvei tint drooplns iplrlta, Im iR.irati'i mid
harmnnlii't the oriranlc funi'lloin, nlves I'liwtl.Sty ani
trinnrxs to tliond p, nut nrpn Die natural limlro to'
ye, and plants en the pnlo eli" It uf womiin tho f re. '
roHvft "f llfu'K KprliikT U"d em ly sutiiiiier tlmo.
t Tr"Ph)slclans Uso It nnd Prcscribo It Froely-6
It remtivro faint nenn, flalulrney, diatreys all rmvltnj
fur utliimliint, and rellovp wenLneniiiif Die ntninnxb.
Tlmt fwllnir of iH'ailnit d.nrn, can-InK pain, welnhj
ni iHiekarliu, lu alwuyn piM mioieiitly euri'd hy U ui
turtbo euro r k'lduey roniiliilnlrellhfr lea
till, l umpoum! I unaurpueil.
I.TIIIAE. I'lMCIUM-ii 1tI.(MI) ITKIFlFIt
will erailicaln every ve-tun "t liHiinra fiinu lli
Hl.mil, mill idve tmiu mid nr. Iitflli 1" Ilio Mjnti ni, uf
laou wumojiiir child. Iii-lf.ti.il hiivlntilu
llnth Die Compnnnd and iiliwid PiirHler are prepared
atSUandJB Wtwtern Aronun, Lynn, tiu. l'rleeiif
either, $1. Hl hull leu for 1. Bent hy mall in tho form
of pllli, or of Ion ium, on re elpt of price, (I porhm
for either. Mri.ritikhiiiiifi o. ly amwomallMlorsof
Inquiry. Eueloae Sit. slump. Bend fur iainphlit.
Vo fnmllr hould ln wlthimt ITM A V.. I'lNKIIAM'S
t.lVKll i'lll t. Tho' euro eiintlpiu Ion, lillluurmi Mi,
Uld torpidity uf the llvur. ft'i ei liU per box.
aj-Nuhlby uIlllruKKtalN.-S 0)
Iliiliem-.V'rvnut Hi lllllly. Iniimleaey, OrcHliln
WcakncM, (ioimrrliiiK, Hvplillllle iei'1 .Mereurlul
tuih Min ami .urn rriii.-ll..,. Cull or writ t"r I.I -t ul guc.'
AHerlliiiin aiieeliilly IreHtnl mloillll'i .rlli'i.ii..,
llniin in l unawrrril hy th dnlrlun trrntmcui uy tnu.
(I'i.r-i.nutl..rlii frimi Hiiilurr nhunlil M'liil lliflr (lilrm,
wrl liara i.tiiioliln, lu ll,(.r ailo'ntiMlt-. It l nut lru.
AddrrM, UK. llt'TTN, III N. Kill St., SI. LouK la,
. KtXAJIUHUKU UVKlt TUIUTY YKAKS.
hlitf li.rl..ii,.u l ....rlutf iIIni'M.0M ul llm Ihlltml. HklH Still
Coronation of the Czar.
There seems to ho a grunt deal of
(inxiety n.s to whether tho Cznr will live
through the "coronation," which is to
take placo Oct. 1st, at Moscow. The
nihilisU are making every preparation
to huvo tho coronation a grand success,
as a funeral, and thoy have taken a con
tract to provide the corpse. Tho placing
of the crown on the czar's head, and the
regalia of his rank on his person could
bo done without danger, if thev could
engage Kornt) American firemen to at
tend to it. They would arrange it as
they do a harness for a fire horse, hang
ing it'on hooks. In most engine houses
tho harness is arranged so when a
horse comes prancing out a dingus is
touched and the harness drops on the
horse and fastens itself. Tho czar's
crown could bo hung up. and his re
galia held by a safety pin attached to
an cleelrit! battery, and his pants and
boots fixed with tho legs of tho pants in
tho boots, and tho pants rolled down
over tho boot tops, tho way the firemen
have their pants and boots by the side
of tho bed. Then the czar could be in
bed ut the place where the coronation is
to be held, and at the proper time a lire
alarm could be rung and lie could jump
out of beil and land in the boots, and
pull up the pants as ho runs, and button
them, arid just as ho arrived in the pres
ence of tho vast audience, with his pants
and hoots on, the dingus could be touch
ed ami the regalia aud the crown could
fail upon him and be fa-tened by Miaps,
like a lire horse harness, and the czar
could bo' crowned before anybody knew
what was going on. If firemen can
make a hitch in ten seconds, wo do not
see why a czar cannot be harnessed in
even less time. It might be necessary
to have a fireman stand back of the czar
with a barrel stave, to hit him across
the tlank when ho jumps from thecouch,
the way they do a lazy fire horse, but
certainly the coronation could be suc-
f uliy accomplished in this way, aud
if some iltt .-ian Jew, who is returning
to his native land, will take a copy of
this paper to the czar and point out this
article to him. we are sure the czar will
appreciate it, and perhaps be would
award the refugee by ordering him to
be ham-strung and his property destroy
ed bv tire, and his family murdered.
WIT AND HUMOR.
He who saws all he likes will often
hear what he'does not like.
When a bald-headed man buys a
mister, mohair woti u be most annronri-
"Mv dear boy," wrote an Irishman
to his son, '"never nut off till to-mor
row what you have done to-day."
"I'm coins: through the dark valet,"
said the highwayman, as he robbed the
The coat tail flirtation is the latest.
A wrinkled coat tail bearing dusty too
marks means "I have spoken to your
Force of habit is wonderful! AXatick
man named Tucker christened his son
Daniel, and everybody makes it a point
to tell the bov U) jret out of the wav.
"It is not necessary for a man to be
poor to bo honest." Certainly not. Hut
it seems sort o' half way necessary for
a man to be poor if he is honest.
The Hridgeton (Me.) Xews calmly
says: "The types last week made us say
that 'The showers were not feullicient to
meet the wants of milkmen,' etc., in
stead of 'millnien.' "
The farmers have made such a profit
on sunflowers this season that they are
praying that England will send over a
mail of the Oscar Wilde stripe to make
mulleins and burdocks fashionable for
"Does our talk disturb you?" said one
of a company of talkative ladies to an
old gentleman sitting in a railroad sta
tion tho other afternoon. "No, ma'am,"
was the naive reply, "I've been married
nigh on to forty years."
. "Allow me to be your beau," said a
gentleman, placing his umbrella in a
shower. "Thank you. I've plenty of
fair weather beaux; so I suppose I must
call you my raiu-beau," she replied
An old citizen, returning to his home
from a banquet, meets another old citi
zen coming from the opposite direction.
"Ish thlsh tho avenuer"' asked No. 1.
"How should I know? I wash at the
Herman workman "Yaas, it it drue
some of niein countrymen drink moch
bier, but it is not strong ami does not
make dem dronk." Hritish workman
"No? Then what the dooce is the use
o' them-a-drinkin' of it?"
"You made a fool of me," said an ir
ate man to his wife. "My love," she
sweetly responded, "yon do yourself in
justice. Call yourself a fool if you wish,
but remember you are in all respects a
"You are now one," said the minister
to tho happy pair he had just tied to
gether with a knot they never could un
do. "Which, one?" asked the brido.
"You will have to settle that for your
selves," said tho clergyman.
An old miser, who was notorious for
sell-denial, was one day asked why ho
was so thin. "I do not'know," said the
miser. "I have tried various means for
getting fatter, but without success."
'Have you tried victuals?" inquired a
"It's my l:i at resort, my last resort,"
murmured a dejected-looking individual
as he braced himself against a lamp
post last night. "What is that?" in
quired a sympathetic bystander.
"ll nuo" was the mournful reply, "home,
A Vermonter lias invented a water
telescope with which ho claims ho cnii
see a live-cent piece in forty feet of tho
water. Hut the blasted telescope does
n't bring coin up; so seeing it is only
an aggravation, and we don t want any
such instrument. Boston I'ost.
"Tho white wonder of her arms is too
divinely perfect for anything of niero
llesh tu'id blood, and that she Is but tho
boat ilio phantom of some delicious
dream chiselled into glorious trangibil
ily bysomo old master's cunning hand."
Tno above was written by u Boston
youth about Adelaide Detchon, the act
ress. His mother has been sent for and
at last accomrt h wa ivtoyia&.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
"Hoy," said a stranger to a lad who
was blacking his boots in front of a ho
tel recently, "if I should give you a dol
lar, would your first impulse- be to go to
"No, sir," was tho prompt
reply. "My first impulse would bo that
it was counterfeit bill!" Jhtroit Free
A littlo lady of 2 years had picked
up a cano In tho corner of the room and
was playing with it a plain stick bent
at tho end. Papa asked, "What aro
you doing with tho cane?" "It isn't A
cano." "What is it, then? "It's an um
brella without any clothes on it."
'Yes, you may come again next Sun
Charley, dear, but"
"What is it, darling? Have I given you
pain?" ho asked, as she still remained,
silent. "You didn't mean to, I'm sure,"
sho responded, "but next time don't
wearono of thoso collars with tho points
turning outward; they scratch so."
An Indianapolis minister thus reliev
ed himself: "We are living with a tele
phono at each Christian mouth, a dia
scope at the eye, a sphygmaphono at
the pulse, and wo sent lightning shocks
of mercurial ChrUtian force around the
globe and'on chasing the centuries."
Very naturally, tho Hull'alo Express
thinks he is wanted in Hoston.
A guest at the table of a boarding
house on the Catskill Mountains, who
was about to tackle a pieco of dried ap
ple pie, addressing the landlay, said:
"Do you think you could furnish mo
with a bit of cheese?" "I don't know
whether there is any," sho answered, in
a castiron tone of voioo, "hut if you'll
have a little patience, I'll send a
waiter to look through the mouse-traps
and sue." Brooklyn Eagle.
"I can't get up early," said a poor
victim to his doctor. "Oh, yes you
can," was the reply, "if you will only
follow niv advice. What" is your hour
of rising?" "Nino o'clock." Well, get
up half an hour later every day, and in
the course of a month you Will find
yourself up at four in the morning."
"How beautiful is tho domeof heaven
this evening," said Angelica, as sho
leaned heavily on his arm. "Tho stars
seem to look down upon us" "Oh,
yes," said practical John, "it's impos
sible for them to look up to us, you
know. They cawn't." Sudden check
of an evening full of most delightful
A year or two ago, when a young
man from Boston landed in a new town
in Nebraska, he was at once approached
by a middle-aged man, who introduced
himself as Jones, and added: "Going to
settle down here?" "Yes; I think so."
Single man, are you?" "Yes, sir."
"Well, I want to warn you right hero
and now about certain things. I own
the only church in town; my son keeps
the only saloon here; my brother owns
the only hotel; and I am engaged to tho
only single female in this country. My
commission on all transactions is 10 per
cent cash in advance. Coma and soo
me."-Ho Street News.
A little boy, who was accustomed to
say grace in the absence of his father,
had a younger brother who found it
hard to wait until grace was over with
out helping himself to some of the good
things near. Ou one occasion, w hen
company was present, the young master
of ceremonies observed the small boy
helping himself liberally to cake beforo
the blessing was asked, so he deliberate
ly said. "For what wo aro about to re
ceive, and for what Charlie has already
helped to, the Lord make us truly thank
ful." In a Cambridgo horse-car: "Now I
don't believe in speaking against a man
behind bis back. It docs not do any
good nnd frequently injures an innocent
party." "It is an excellent plan to fol
low," returned the other. "I've always
done so," continued the tir.-t, "and
found it worked well, but there is CoL
So-and-So, ho is a sample of the other
kind. He will backbite and malign his
neighbors, will get a man into his con
fidence and then give him away, and
do all sorts of such mean, contemptible
tricks that I would bo ashamed of."
Boston Sunday Budget.
Chicago Cheek has an editorial head
ed: "Will the World Miss Us?" Oh;
we don't know. Somebody else would
start another paper vihin three hours.
We should miss you very much, but tha
world is cold.- 'o .s Sin.
ONE EXPERIENCE FROM MANY.
I have been sick and miserable so long
and hnd caused my husband so much trou
ble and expense, no one seemed to know
what ailed me, that I was completely dis
heartened nnd discouraged. In this triune
of my mind I got a bottle ol Hop Hitte's
and used them unknown to my family. I
soon begun to improve and gained so fast
that my husband and family thought it
strange nnd unnatural, but when I told
them what had helped me, they said,
Hurrah for Hop Hitters! long may they
prosper, for they have made mother well
and us happy." The Mother.
A General Stum petit'.
Never was such a rush made for Hiiy
Drugstore as is now at Huriy . Sthuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Hroii
chilis, Hoarseness, Severe CougliM, it any
affection of the Throat nnd I.ungs, can e,et
atrial bottle ol thin "teat remedy 1'iee, by
calling at abdvo Drug Siore, ' ( I)
Allen's Brain Food positively run's nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and nil weakness
of generative oigans. if I. 5 for if.'i. All
diuggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Plmtnmty, lilo First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Harclay Bros
A KULI. feeling alter meals, dyspepsia,
heartburn, and general ill health relieved
by Brown's Iron Ilittus.
Perxonal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and' Electric Applicants o i
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who aro alllicteti with Nervous DebiMlv,
Lost Vitality hih! Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing spuedy ami complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress hs above, N. B No risk is incur
red, as tfiirty days' trial is ullovved.
TUB HA it
A New am i;oniileti! II it ol. fronting on Kevei
ivcund end liullrimd sHreetn,-
Tb I'liMitiKcr Depot of the Chicago, St. I.mils
an'' .lew (rleuiiri: Illlnoin Central; Waliaidi, Si.
I.otila and I'udllc; lion .Mountain and Southern,
Molillt-HM Ohio; fair. i and St. Louis liailuayi.
Hie all Jiinieris tho ntrcot ; while luo Steamboat
Landing Ik hut one pijittre dlittant.
Thin lotel in heated hy steam, hiin Mi-mi,
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klodric Vn Ii
Autonmti; Kim-Alarms, Datbs, absolutely pure iir
perleil stwcrttifu and complete appointments.
Hupurl furi.lsuiuK; perfect service; tnd au tir
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uy-- THANK TuOMKV.
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PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS "Mli
Hloml. and illeiiiiiilrli'l) 'bne Ihn lilned in the en
tire MVNteiu in Ihri'iitiiniiitin. Any n.rwin nhu will tnliii
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Klelitrrs, Nenut.. Ilmilrra ami
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(iulili n. Thrill us A' veil
witn intllansl Urntiernto auvonturem nllow
Esoapeal Wonrlorful Bhootlii(t ana itiuititf.
Wild Life In the Far West.
d flate.l Omnilort IlimV f..r Ajtvnul Outsells Kvery
tlttncrl Kmlnrml I.r (n n. Mi.rrllt, lliiltaln Hill, sml nihi l
IIitiim. or- No t'oniniilltlonl ft iingen. irh' ss.i.i
I'aiivsmlngOulHl An.Mi., tamiia nrtmniey, iiluitulvd ClI
I'tilara Fros. Writs at nniv tiir sicnrv til
HISTORICAL I'UHLISHlNQ COMPANY,
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Hy J. W. liUfc-L,
Author of "Border Outlaws,"-" Metropolitan life
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T EMBER SO, 1882.
ROOT &. SONS MUSIC CO'ft
irattonaoi an .m'i .-- ,r--BILVEft
aud REED tiutrumenta, togthot
wiih fill lnstrur.tl.iM for forming Bands, to
Tlnlon sad rlaminnaiion oi iu "-.
.WHAT and HOW to pnre"j
U. if desired, our .Band and Orehettra
THE h M p. Itit poimlar tnuale. Ajjilresc
6 'n at sons fu5icco.,CHiceo.ia
Reason Why they are Preferred lo AU
ttttaer Vorous masters or External
Tlncatisft they possess all tho merit cf ths
streuittheninff porous plaster, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acta with in
creased rubefacient, stimulating, Sedative audi
counter Irritant cftects.
IJorausn they are a cenuins pharmteetitical prep,
unit ion, und so recognized by the profession.
r.ernuse they am the only plasters that relievo
(nun nt once,
lli catiso they will positively ctnn diseases which
ether remedies will not even relieve.
Tleeause over WOO jiliyslclnns and druprjists havn
iJuntnrily tustinetl that thy aro BUperiur to all
other vissters or medicines for external use,
I5eojein tho manufacturers hao received the
otiiy luudalB ever given for porous planters.
Bern's Cape Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, rowjfork.
ft . ) it V. K EIHKD V AT I.AStn,rlr.o Mrts.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN md BUNION PLASTfrV
IN J KO'i ION. 18 n tin tilt tv rnrAftirnll nin.hni.Mai
atintniiK. tyiiiurtiiifj and Pain Oil Boiisatiuns of tbe
m KINARY PASSAGES
I 51 OO ''crbo,tla' Ii'er aula by all driiit
I - , Kiats. or sunt, bv Exprens on re-
e. lit of nrieo, JOHN 1). PARK SONS.
' lTnr.d ! 77 Sycamore lt. CINCINNATI
0U1O. I'leiiaumenllou this paper, sr
Kiifi!nby IIVItCI.AY ItltO-t., Cairo, III.
C17 St Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rirnliir i mil Hutu nf two medlenl
riilleu'i'i. Iiih Iit'i'ii Imii'i'i' eniriiHi'il In the Irenl
tm ni ul' 'lironii', Nervona, r It i ti ninl
HI. n I IMmm-.'s th.iii iinv iiiln-r t'livnli bin In
St. I .mill, ns elty pnprr lio w ninl u 1 1 old recl
( ti I -i know. ('Diminution i, I nilli-iMir lv imill,
li i i- in . I 1 1 v It.'il. A frii'inllv talk or bin opinion
en'-ls tinlli I nir. Whi'ii II H(iiecinvi'iii..il lovlsit
the city for Iri'.itiiii-iit, mi illelin i enn be sent
bv m ill or i xpr'""! i i erv In i'i'. Ciirulile i iii'
u'li.i rim u-.-.l : wln re ibitihl exists ii 1m natik.ly
1.1. id il. fail or Write.
Kervnn Trostration, Debility, Mont.al and
Tliysical Weakness, Mnrcurial and other
afl'cctioi,.L. . ; .u.it, Skin and Bodor, Blood
ImpuritioandBbod roisoning, Skin A (Toe
tions, 01dSores and Ulcers, Impntlimentg to
Marriaa, Rhpumitism, Tiles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special mention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Ii keif-ei I'li'iit Unit, n t'livilrliin imyltur
plirt Irllllll' atli llllnll III H rlllsH III I'll .! alllllllH
ui t -kill. mi. I 'li nii-iaiii in n itiilnr praetlei!
nil ovi'i' I he i ni ii 1 r- kiniwlnir I III". Cl li -1 1 1 1 y
n i iiiiitiii'inl riisosln the ohli st ollli'e In AnnTlea
whin' every kiniwii niiiinie l remirted to.
am I the .i'o-)i uimiiI ri'ini'illi-H ol nil
jitri'. nnd riuint i li s nre ui d. A boh' Imiive Is
ii-. .1 loi iittli'i' iiiii'iisi.s. ninl nil ere In iili'il a lib
xklll In n ri'iii'tiiil in ii ii hit ; ninl, kimwItiK
v, hill In ilo. mi r.i'i I tin ni- nt f ininle, I in ae
eiiim: nt I hi' una! ntimlii'r ii..ly Init, the
ehiiifis nre keel low. dfleii Inner llnill Is
ili niiniili'il bv olliers If you seeure Ibe kl'l
lllld eel II -.H'h ninl . - lyet 111'.- i lire. I II lit 1.1
the liiiiij'lnnl Ih'itliT. I';iiii hl( t. ;.li iiiKea,
bi nl lo liny H.lill i s Hi e.
p?&. J MARRIAGE GUIDE.
l.leuillll elotll lllld (fill IdlnllllK. Sellleil fur AO
'ii I lu io-l;n;i' or eni i'eiii y. Over lift y won
i'i'IIiiI n li t -1 1. '. I l lle In life Hi t li'le-nil the
inllnH i ii u Milieeli. VV bn limy innrry. wlninot',
In t 1'i'iiper nue In miirrv. ' V ho niiirt y llt'st.
il.tlil.i'i., V 1 1 it 1 1 It I, I ' 1 1 1 ill I ilei'uv. W ho
ilnniiil ii'iu'i y. I.l.ivi I lie mnl h'i'iliii"'S niii Imi
In. I' ll .'I, 'I'll Inlinieil HI' I'olllellililllllllll
iiiu r v I n u 'In. ul. I reii'l II. Il niiu'lil tnlie rend
Ik nil ii liilt . r-.ui-. Ih"li ketit uniler Inek nnd
I V. 1 ) .11 1 l r eil 1 1 lull. Mini" . nlinl e, hill plief
i".. r nml umi putt! s, iU ii tili b) until, lu umuey
or m 'Line.
3 '. s in t't
i 1 ! 5 '"
I .J M U
5 i.2 Si 4.1
g r v k. i . v w
jMo . ! 5 ni in i'i . j,
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KtJ e i- u-A'i i- ',' . J
Ltf 5w g''.;;a!i! c;
MkJ hi I K .3
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:Mi v is
, fc I asf'.tis I -i -i 1'
1ir-.M ri-lj!h''' J t 9t
'(.VHW.-'jH 4 CVI t u o v ',- n r ) 5
VJrffyl s t.:n-r7.a.e:j c
iS(jJ s "" m la, g
K'tolS V J h 3 r. p o i'. 0 i'. o c 'i r
In Iccltlnute Judicious speculation In (i.m,n' .r?!
vinloim ami !"' - ,r '
sure monthly prnnta to ar ni,1.,.,vt?to(S'
Adoreiis ror iuii iiaruciur. n. i..m...
ConVn Mercbunls, 177 & 1711 La Halle at, Chlcauo 111
)etlical Students, SS'MfTS?
Chambers street, wt. l-ouls, io.
,I(.T(V. Ilyoiiwantto earn Iclei;ra-
Vmlilt tiy tn a riw months, and b
certufiioi a s Hnatlon, adilreca VaUntluu lirotliers,
Ihiiei-vm-., v. In.
A PyiJHTISEHS by adilr.!'sUti OKU. . UOW
ltl.l. CO , 10 Spruce Ktrent, Nmv York, can
learn the exact runt or any prop.n-cd lino of adver
tising in Ainericuu nuwutmpers. if lt.O-paco
WUKTII i:.DJiJ FOR.
T)t. J . IT. SOU ENCK, of I'lilladelphla has pub
lished a bonk on I)si8nh of the l.tints and llow
They Can ho Cuied," hi.:h is omiied free, post
paid. Inn. I applicants. It coutniiis valuable Infor
mailnn fi r till who sniipnsu thetuselves sllllcted
Ul I, I. ... t. 1. 1 I I . . . .
" no, or huiiu; in. an f uin'-rier oi ine nroUl Or
longs. Adil'i'ss OH. .1. . SCI1KXCK & SON.
fiou Arch St.. niiladulphU, fa. 1 O. U.ix
JA8()N & UAMLlJf
AY)"1 i XTrt ire co'tiiinlv best, l.avlnttheen
JJH Tvll ijo decreed nt every rreat world's
Indtlftri,,! C.impetitloii for sU
teen years: no nthur American rnmi bBvinu been
Inn d i qilil ut any. Also cheapest. Style bHI; :i
ociHVtis; niOleli nt coiripit.s und power, with best
qimliiy. for popular sacred nnd secular mimic in
schools or families, nl only .."; line hundred oth
er si vies at .(l. :,7, JiW. J'?.', 7is, J.t, IIW, $111 lo
$rl i and up. The larijer blyies ure wholly unri
valed hy nuy other nru"ilis. Also for easy pay.
meiits New iiln-tiuled iiitnloiriie free.
1)1 4 V Vo'l h.s Co . i any have e. irrmenced
I 1 111 x.''1 imitiiil'acnirool upright urntid
I'lnnos, iiitrudiiemi! important
iiuprovemeiiis: sildnii' In the power nml betititv of
tone ami durability. Vt'ill not reiiiire tnuini! inie
Hiinrtei as iriucti as other I'liunis. I liHlrnled Ctr
The SUM. N A IIAVl.tV Orpin and J'Ihihi Co.,
l.M Treiiiniii st. ltosteii; t) K ll h M ,New York;
1 ill Wabash Ave , Chiinno.
.uitiina in e.o unrl.t i-imul u. u i.n tie.
Qurt'Ot Hi'ii.tuli, rotu'l.-i, llotli, 'iVUit, lil'l Snrel,
tS.ire hy.., Uuroiuiul liueAin, Cemrli U i. of
At'I'-Oti). l.-inulQ U'iiliUlutn, un.l nl. Stiri.il
illnli.es. II never hit.. All ilrusri.i, m.l
rountry m..ri kii iH-r . II It. II. K. krllrn
S l .i.. rri.. IMt.htirjti, i.ii. i. ri Ixitile.
PRN.VSV LVAN'IA Militwy AC IF,M Y
pllK.iTKII. '.'Nt yeir npens S'pleinher l;lth.
'-'New iluihli.s. .Sii,..uiiii' a'.eoiiiiiiiiiliillnns.
A(.pii''ii'meiilH ci iiiilele. I'lielislt, l'o!li(;iato,
Ciiemicil, 1 1 v i I Mu .Miie-'riri; en'rses. i)ei;re.'S
Colllerreil. AppU' tn W. I', ll'iiliil ti'. Kni., natron
Cairo. !:j . or tnCul,. T 1 1 1-; i II VATI', I'rest.
Chili-. I'llers the Mire.;tnieiiiisni' inakiiiunwilar lli"ni lily
protin.ri'..iuiiwelineiitM)r f HMoiilmM).,r lii'.reilinlim; in
6RAIN. PROVISIONS & STOCKS
l'Jieli us'inlsr nets the U'liei'n of ciiiImiikI eiiiital uf tho
Club. HI to loo ier ei'iu. lHviiteti ls nl niontlilf, ll
orta of on'mi inns sent eiu-h tiieinl.T. Biinn- in eoeh,
nilei'iu ili'e, i!nti!i-eiiMi', initi-iL-i-ii . A h'liiibleenr
ri'siuilent wanted in every town. Hi- iul iiuhiiTineiua.
txiilnu;iliiry Ciri'iiliirwiit fnv. Aililn-s II. H, klKMtiAU.
It Co., K7ii l;a Iji Salle 6L,CUl(JAliO, iLU
OF EVERT KIND CHEAPER THAN SVER.
Klfles.Shot fitins, Revolvers, Aiiiniiiiiltlon.
l'lshliiB Til) kin, Slii, Nrta, Knivs,
Itaora, Skates, lliuumocks, Pie.
Lnre llltistrnleil liitiilogue FUEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I I.llllli'S 1111(1 r,,.ntt..m,.n ln.ni-
Willi tin to sell mtverul I'si'fnl lli.n. t.i
Artlele. Profit lnrKe l.ntjor Is light.
..Hellimi'M t..lrllllfV irlvnn V.. n
. ......... ..v .."iniii;iiLiuua
Terms llhernl. Clreuliun KHKE. Address
llenltl aauul'uet'u t u., llm MIS, I'lttsburnh, Pa.
SwcilKb Insopt I'owdor Kills
I WIM III K
MD ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tborotttrbly rxlermlnulo Rosehes, Ants,
Hed Units, 1' 'lens, I.li'o, Tohui'eo und I'ottonWoruis.
Moth, ete. II is HUfo. sure, i Ictuily und rhcup. It
will not polsiui ii 1 1 1 . mis or tiiwl i. mmple juvrk.
imes by mail ;li) cents, po-t-ti.l. Plumps Uiken.
I'lretilnis Itct.. Aireuts Wniiti-d. Address,
J. H. JOHNSTON. Pittsburgh, Pa.
llSJof all kinds for salo very cheap.
eHlCatalocuosfree. Adiinw, RICHARD
III HULL I CO. Box 808. l'ltbburgli, 1'a.
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric sopllincct art lent on 30 Divt' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
XV'HD nre .titrerlnit finm Nsiivnfs IiKnti.rry,
yy I. ost VlTai.irv, I.aik os Nsiivs Knaea sn
Vluna, W isTixn Wi-mvK .K's, ninl .ill llni.e ill.'iie
nfa l'KilsnNl, Nri us resiiltlinr limn Aiii .ks nml
HTllKll t o ails. Hi Il leln f mi I riiliiilrte ri'sti
nil ii ll .l IlKAI.rll, He'Hll'lil M .M.l..ill IHNTKKI).
1'he ifliirlileKt ilnn'overv t.r the Nlneteentli tYiitiirv.
hcnil nl inn'. l"i lllustinUUI'miiiileifrvii. AihlrvM
VOLTAIC CELT 03., MARSHALL, MICH.
YOnt CAPITA L.
Tlins ih'Mt'luu lo iiiiikn loiHiey
oil s . tilUmi liinilliini lUViisllni'iita
In i.'i'.m:. i hmmi us nnd stiiek
m'i'i 'ili.liii s, I'un tin no I ) o r
ii i ii.t.l(,u, I'limi Mny Int,
1 . i, l i tin present iiiite, on In
v.'iitnii 'tits .'i lti t'otn.tl.noii.eHsli
i ' II' ' I' iv ' Ii i le'ilued tiii'l
piil I lu uu iT'tni'ii (iniiiiiiitiiiu to
B v . '.'. , t.itii"i k .'i oi nuns. I iveit
lii"i'l ill, u .l Ina lli". irllllll In
Si M., II.' I:. Hull,, in: tin in-y or pv
lil'hi on il. tiiuiiil, I iMiliuii'.lnri etr
rillu.n un.l i.i' t' lueii'S of fund W
hi ' ll t tie. W " unlit rnpniisilil'l
iienntM. wli.i will i' sir en inH'S
me I tutiislllle -,eo ).liiii. l.llniiU
e.iiuiTiiss ous psi'l. AOilr.s,
Ii I tlnlMi A w.kHI t'nm
H.U.Iuii VI rekusls U-tJus Ulwikt
fCk t DR-1 t?5t
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