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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOIJEU 3. 1882.
with ntrrxt ntTriLvnrv
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Termi or fcutori ptlon.
Dally one y-sr by carrier
Ci) pur cent, discount II paid In advance.)
Dully, uuu year iy mall
Weekly, one year
Weulv. A month
Ity-Club ol Ave or monitor v (toady uulletlii tl
onetime, pur year, 1 Ml
INVAIIIAKI.r IN AUVANrK.
All Comiumilcatiuiis should be addressed to
Publisher aud Proprietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
otfth prenqnt geyeratlon. It In for the
Cure of thia (lineiiae anil its attendants,
tEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILESj etc., that
fUTT'8 PILLS havo Rained a wbrld-wida
reputation. Nqjlemedyhaa ever Jboeri
discovered thHtactajio nentlyon Jthe
dlKeative" owing. Riving them vigor to as
BlmilRtefood AaTa natural reaaitjtho
IVervous Hyatemja Ilruced, the Mugcles
are Developed, and the Body Robust.
Cliills fvncl Povor.
B. KIVAL, a Planter At Bayou Sara, La., say:
My plantation la In a malarial dletrict. For
evaral year I could nut tuako bnlf a crop on
acoouut of bllloua disease and chill. 1 wa
nearly dl' Oura"l when I begun the u of
TUTT'8 I'lLLB. Tb result marvelous:
my laborera aoon bacamft bfearty and robuat,
and I have bad uo further trouble. '
Thrv w! ! th rnKrvl LI r, rlvaita
I hp IIIihmI from ixitaunoiik riiimura, nnd
rauM- I lie bowrla l art nulurnlly, it lib
(till h hlrli n n ran vta-il.
Try lila wnelT fiilrlT.unil joii K ill rain
it h-nllliv llr.-lliii, Vl-iriua I1mIt. puni
II I no. I. Iron if Vi-t", Kiid a KmiuikI l.ltrr.
Ii3 ruta. OlllPf. &i Jl urrnj Hi., .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
iiitv II ik or lVniRim chawf-d to a iltnsiv
".i.a.'K Pv a sini?li nppllinM'.it of this Uvk. It
Impim u'naiiiral mlur, ninl n liiHl:iiitaliW"tily,
t-.i.l ty I iriKiriiln, or wot t y vxprmn on ns-Hpl
T (Mir rul inr.
Office. n Murriiy Stfiot, New York.
(Or. II irs 1IA Mil, nf I'allKibeV
Information and Carii liereiptt
xrill be Html til ThLZ wit miullrotlau.
Tlic j;at and Worth!, si
arc never imituti 1 ami cuntc-rfcitel. This
is especially tru'juf a family m'-l n ine, and
it is pnhitivu pr't Hint tlic remedy imita
ted is ot tliu liijilu-bt value. As sodii as it
liu I Ixt-n tt-ti-'i anJ provii I iy tliu wlmlu
wurlJ that I Lip Uitti ra was tho purest, beat
and matt valuable lainily wudicinu tn
earth, many iinitations sprung up itud be
gan to steal the nutlets in which the press
and people t' the country had cspressed
the merits cf II. 15., and in every way trying
to induce bUtlerinL; invalids to Use their
fettur instead, expecting to in iko immev u
the credit and quod name of II. 15. Many
others started unstrums put up in similar
style to II. 15., with variously devised names
u. which the wort "Hop" or Hops" were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same as lLp Hitters. All
such pretended remedied orcures.no mat
ter what their style or name is. and es
pecially those with the wnrd ''Hop" or
"Hope'"' in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, nre imita
tions or counterfeits. Beware of thenr
Touch none of them. Use nothing but j,ren
ulne Hop Hitters, with a bunch or cluster
of preen Hops on the white label. Trust
nothing else. Dmu'Rists and dealers are
warned against dealing in imitations or
A NOTED HIT UNTITLE!) V Oil A.N.
Frum Ui ll' Wtun Ulotx.l
iliturt. E(Utori .
The bImvo It a :od llkotiow nf Sim. r.ydla E. rink.
Iittm, of Lynn, Masn., whnubof nail ol Inn liiiman b-lniiS
may l0 truthfiiUy callodtho' Dcar Krl. nd of Woman,"
ajiaomo of lior comvpondentfl lovotncall h'-r. Flio
In n alously doroU'd to licrworlc, which Is Iheoutconio
of a life atiidy, and li obliged to korp tit lady
awWonta. to blp hor iiuwcr t be larpj correnpondini-e
hlch dally pnur In upon biT, f a h In'nrliiK lla apnlal
burden of nulTorlnir, or Joy at n-lraw frnn It, Her
Vfgutablc ConiMjund U a meiUMno for trood and nut
trll purpnii. I bare pcmonnlly lnvi Ulcd It and
amsutlaflt'd of th(tnjthof thli,
On account of lt proven inoilta. It I roi-ommondM
and proaorlhc d by tliplK-al phyloUii In tb oouiitry.
Ono aayai "It worki Uko a charm and mivn much
pain, it will euro cntlndy the wornt form of fulllnd
of the uU-ru, Iz-UPorrhma, trrcfrulnr and painful
Menirtruatlon.all Ovarian Tronliloa, Iiiitaminatlon and
Ulceration, Flooding, all )iapuu'einenti and thu eon.
aequontupliinl wcaknoai, and U t'siclally adopted to
tboC'haniro of Life."
It pprmeatcBBvory portion of the ayntem, and (flvm
new life and vigor. It removes faint mm, Itatultney,
dontroys all cravlnic for tlmiilantH, and n llevea weak
nena of thentoinmh, It euro liloallnir, Headachea,
Norvom Prontratlon, Cioiiornl Iiehlllly, ahepkusncM,
Deprciwlon ami Iii(tlir.llon. That roi ling of bearing
dnwn,eauliigpalii, wolBlit and Ijai'kmhe, la alwaya
pvmuuiMitly cured by Hh use. It will at all Union, and
undHrallclreunutanrc,ael Inbarinony with Ike law
that govirns tbo fciimle xyatuin.
It coMii only 1. pi'r lottlu or fix for 8-V, and In aold by
dmm?laU Any nilvlio riiUltvd a to mx.Tliil cwiea, and
the namea of many who Imve bi-en restored to jK-rfivt
health by tbo uaeof the Vi'iroUMeC'oinpouiid.canlie
ohtalnid bymldritnKMiu,r,, wltb Kbiuipfor reply,
at her bouio bi Lynn, Max,
For Kidney Complaint f rlthf r iux tlda compound in
UDMirpuwed Mabtiiidiint t Htlmoiualx nIiow,
"Mia. ritikluini'HMvnrrilla,"Miyi(i'newilti'r, "ara
thtbet rt tilt troHJ for tbo euro of Connllpiitlon,
niUouaiivM and TorpliUly of tbo liver. Her Wood
rurldcr worka wonder In Ita ijieclal line and blda fait
to elal the Compound Ui Itx populnrlly.
All must reR'et her aa an AtlituI of Mercy whoae solu
ambition la to do ood to otlisra.
I'laindolpUK l'a. (?) MIH.A.M.D.
K J atut leoure Ibo
lona aiuirliini'H In ourltia ol ilio IIIihiiI, rkTn and
)lone.-Nirvou llelilllly. Iiiiimleney, llrcanla
Weak nou, (lunorrliiva, Hjplilllllu aii'l Menurliil
AITeellona aiivolnllr Irvalvd a .'leutlllti prltiolplei,
llh nam iut mirv rlilrllia, ( all or writ fur Mat ol Uu.
Iloua to ha au.wir.it bjr ilinwili'ilrlii) irratmrut by null.
(I'anim.llirrrlna rrnia Hiiilurhunlilwdlhflrailan1
anil laareuim.lnlnalolh.lrad.aalaira. Itbaolalraaa.
AddraatvlrK. IIIITTK, It R. Mlk Bl U Loals
. MTABUtlUCJ) VVIU TlUJiTV VIOJMa
Fooling Ginoral Bhorman,"
About six miles out of Saviinnali, says
M. Quad, I enmo aerotw a fanner who
neeepted a plug of tobacco and was
ready to Hit down 011 a loo; and nnawcr
all fpie.slions. When I asked him about
Sherman's approach, lie burst into a
loud latio-h and slanped his leg, and was
so tickled that ho aid not calm down for
"Excuse mo, stranger," be finally ail,
"but whenever I think of how I fooled
(Jineral Sherman it tickles mo all over." '
"Did you fool him?"
"Waif, I rather reckon."
"Wall, you see, that's ruy place tip
thar' on the rise. When the war broko
out I was the most cantankerous rebel
you over saw. I swore I'd fijrht and fout
and tit till we licked the Yanks, if it
took a hundred years. I reckon Ginor
al Sherman heard of it."
"Probably lie did."
"And after he took Atlanta ho madn
up his mind to robbh) me. Ho knew I'd
swore to die before I'd surrender, and
he came nlon down from Atlanta with
over 70,(HJOiiii'ti to surround nie. Mighty
cute old man, that (jineral Sherman."
"Wall, thev got here one night about
10 o'clock. 1 reckon that night homo
liO.OOO of them surrounded my house
up thar' tnnl called for nie to eomo out
and surrender and end the war."
"And of course you did?"
"And of course I didn't! That's
whar' the fun cnnies in. I wasn't homo
at all, but was down in Varginnv with
I.e.!. They eniered the house and sarcli
ed and sarelied, and went to the barn
and called and called, and when the old
woman tinally toid 'em 1 wasn't homo
they was the maddest crowd you ever
sot cm's on. They had hoofed" it all tlio
way from Atlanta, to git their paws on
me, and had had their long march for
nothing! I expect Sherman was ready
to bu-t with madness, and I reckon ho
won't never quite forgive me. It tickles
the nhi woman wuss than it tickles me,
and you'd butter come up to the house
and hear her tell what them 70.H00
Yankees said when they got hero and
found me gone."
A Pretty Foom.
A young working g irl of this city, by
the exendse of her own innate good
taste and puUing every spare penny
where it would dot!"1 innct ;'ood, has
furnished forth a charming room at
comparatively small expense and suffi
ciently jrthetic to please the most fas
tidious person. The floor, painted by
her own hands, is a dark w ainut shade,
partly covered by a large rug made of
cheap ingruin carpet in a small pattern
of cream and olive, bordered up a broad
band of tdain olive felt. The inexpen
sive wall paper is plain olive, flecked
with iink. finished by a narrow olive
frieze, terminating at the corners with a
clu-ter of four tiny pink fans. One
window faces a dingy brick wall, and
she painted the window panes iu bright
water colors, follow ing a pretty traced
pattern, "which gives a bit of stained
glass quite effective in the pretty room.
The other window is draped gracefully
with long full folds of sprigged muslin,
depending from rings on a plain pine
roll, to be repluced in the winter with a
heavier curtain of olive cotton flannel.
The furniture is light wood and a
lamp with a rosy transparency stands
on a b o'clock tea table of unvarnished
wood and throws a soft light over tho
room, which also contains books, shelves
of pine, a couple of second-hand easy
chairs and a small dry goods box for
shoes, covered by her ow n hands with
pink and olivo cretonne. A large
clothes-horse, on which she pasted tlie
story of Cinderella in Walter Crane's
pictures over olive papes. shuts oil" tho
wash'tnn.l and bedstead from view.
The toilet accessories, set off w ith sprig
ged muslin over a pink lining, are a
pink and white washbowl and a large
pitcher of the ipiaint shape that conies
now in the cheaper grades of china; a
second-hand wardrobe, draped with n
portiere of olive Canton tlannel, con
tains the uniesthetie dust-pan, brooms,
and other hoinely articles necessary to
neatness and comfort, all trifles of that
description bought at the 5-ccnt coun
ters. A pretty willow rocking-chair, orna
mented w'ith olivo and pink ribbon, and
a knitted hassock to match, tho two lat
ter Christinas gifts, stand on tho rug.
On the olive-draped mantle aro grand
ma's Nankin tea-pot, two tall silver candle-sticks,
and a large ginger jar, not
decorated and spoiled with gumtned-on
pictures, but left iu its pristine bluo and
white beauty,' Glled with white daisies
gathered on Sunday Afternoon walks.
Two or threo photographs of good sub
jects, that are better than chromos and
cost less, hang on the wall and com
plete the pretty refuge of this proud and
industrious girl, who is self-respect inp
enough to earn her own living rat hoi
than to bo dependent upon her rich re
lations. llartfurd Times.
The English traveler in America im
mediately seeks Salt Lake City. Then
ho sits down and writes as if Salt Lake
had never before been mentioned in
print. Ho tries to be humorous. The
other day a spirited English traveler
asked a Mormon woman why sho was
willing to marry a tenth of a man. Sho
replied, "because he is nine-tenths Eng
lisu and I married the other tenth."
The Irish constabulary forco seems to
b thoroughly disaffected. Its service
during recent years lias been both la
borious mid dangerous, and the gratui
ty of 1100,000 which has been promised
to the men were fairly earned. Their
personal expenses during the boycott
ing period were very heavy, find apart
from their fidelity and arduous labor
they deserved extra compensation. It
was a stupid mistake to offer tho gratui
ty and to concede that it would be only
j'ust to pay it, and then to keep tho men
waiting month after mouth for their
money. They havo grown sullen and
discontented, nursing thoir grievances
until subordination is at an end. Tho
agitation which was temporarily sus
pended has been renewed, the dismissal
of several sub-constables having been
followed by a largo number of resigna
tions, a -ai
Iu thirty of the London Hoard schools
there aro penny banks connected with
tho Pout Otllco, and about $7,000 was
deposited last year by moro than 4,600
thrifty pupil. I
Sii.veh Cukkk, N. Y. Feb. (5, 1880
Oknts I have been verv low. niul bavu
tried everything, to no advantage. I heard
your Hop Hitters recommended by bo ninny,
j concluded to give them a trial. I iliu,
and now am amund. and constantly im
proving, and nearly as Bttcng as ever
W. II. WKU.EJI.
What the Ancients Believed.
Arrian, who flourished about tho mid
dle of tho second century of tho Chris
tian era, was of a skeptical frame of
mind, and had a wholesome Mistrust of
tho evidence of eye-witnesses, Ho ndi
culed tho old stories about ants that dug
up gold and griffins that guarded tbo
precious metals, and declared that nono
wero to be found in those parts of India
that wero visited by Alexander and bis
ollicers. He describes, however, a learn
ed, or rather a musical elephant, which
"beat upon a cymbal while several oth
ers danced to bis music. Two cymbals
wero hung between his forelegs, and ono
tied to his probocis, or trunk. Ho then
striking the cymbal which was tied to
his trunk against the others between bis
forelegs alternately, the rest of the ele
phants moved around him n.sin a dance,
and lifted up or bowed their bodies as
filly. and justly as the measure and rua
son of the sound seemed to require, or
as he who played upon the instrument
directed." He also speaks, though from
hearsay, of an elephant dying of grief
because it bad killed its keeper in a mo
ment of frenzy. Nearohus, it seems,
had protested that be once saw the skin
of a tiger, and that the natives averred
that the animal, when alive, w as as big
as a full grown horse, and further, thai
it would leap upon an elephant and
strangk it. Thereupon Arrian remarks
that those be saw were liko speckled
wolves, qnly a little larger, so that he
never saw a tiger at all, but only a leop
ard. All the War Hound.
Father of DiaeasoH.
Constipation has been called the father
ot diseases, therelore it should not be re
garded as a trifling ailment. It is quite
as necessary to remove impure accumula
tions from the bowels as it is to eat or
sleep, and no health can be expected
where a costive habit ot body prevails.
Take a half tablespoonful of Simmons
Liver Regulator after each meal, The bow
els will be gently moved without griping
or naUhea as naturally as if no medicine
had been taken. Regularity in taking the
medicine daily will soon effect a perma
Ni'Ksino mothers gain strength by using
Brown's Iron Hitters. It acts like a charm
in restoring to health and strength over
Million Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery fur Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Ihrry W.
Scbuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Hitters. You will be surprised to
see 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 Elnctric Hitters. Sold at
fifty ceuU a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (5)
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Horden, Sollcck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Ask your physician and he will tell you
that for all tonic properties which strength
en snd invigorate, there is nothing known
in the vegetable kingdom equal to hops.
They are a pomincnt ingredient in Hops
and Malt Hittejs.
A Cottgli. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. jNcglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or 011
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troclu-B do
not disorder the stomach like coiis,di syjps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed Darts, allaying irritation, give relief 111
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, ami
the Thro"t Troubles which Singers and
PuMic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial' Troches have been
recon. mended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at L'o cents a
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 15 for $". All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, !J 115 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairj by Barclay Bros
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Midi.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electn
Voltaic HIU and Electric, Applicance 01
trial fui thirty days to men (young w obi)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, ami kindred
troubles, giiarantceingipeedy ami complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
5-1 w jc
jy . ' ft) ,' .'. 'A r : '
A New and complete Htl, fronting on t,.;vei
Second und Kailroad Streets,
Tb Par'cnoer D. iiot of the. CLIiu-.'O, St, i.tx.W
an'" .U-w Orlenn: IlhnotH Outral; VVabaeh, M.
lamia and IVIilc; huu Mountain and Southern,
Mobile anil Ohio; lain and .St. Loam Knuivuva
aro all JiihI arrnaa tbo aireet; w hile tbu Mt'ainbo'ut
Luudinu I but one (ojunris distant,
Tlila lintel I heated by dti.-mn, bun etrntii
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, lileetrtr I'i.II Hoi;
Automatic t iro-Alarm., liutba. ahsultitely pure air
perluii Hettiiraui! and uiluplutu appoiiitiiieniH .
Superb fiiriiichine, ; perfect service; aud an tin
It. V. I'AItlv I'lTf .V ( !0l,-sur-o
S M- "I
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AllKST ri)K THE S.M.K OP
P) AXT Ki: STEA M KNG I X K
Cult' Disc Engine
und JL'irine Engines
tXMXKS A SPECIALTY.
FARM EXOIXES, MACHINISTS'
OK ALL KINDS, BELTINC,
Pullew's and Cenenil Supidics.
No. I ll, North Tbird Street,
Mirrrl u Currt.
BI1 fin l'-v, q li j .1 u j uitt.ni
BfrfJlnita(v. o.n m i.i n-iii crni NrRvaArrKi!-
TuSatriMv. I n. I i n ..I,. I N 1 A I 1 I 111 .k il liiki li
19 iliri-i ti-il. ,uhtitti'.r lir-ttl'ii'tti'f. 'I'r.'aiip.i.A
trial bi.llla fr to 1- it l amja.lhiiv iaum i-Kl rumt
i:liaru,'ii nil b'.x.vi !.-ti ri-i'tvt'l. S'-ti'l nnint'H.e.o and
.'Xri'i. H.l lr.'.. ui ntmi'ti'l to lui M.l. k.j.h Anu
St-.r-UlllMla-.P iy w Drwiyinl. iiruurr VuuJl.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
lllood, and illcninilHi ply cbanirff thn blood in I In- en
tiriiayaipin in I hr.-i- luuiilha. Any pi.raon who will lakn
1 lnlli'm-b niKbtfrom 1 to I ttwi-okiunay bo returi-it
loaonnd hr-alth, if audi a tbinir bi ihwuibln. hold i-v-nrywbpri.,
or ai-nt bymail for H IoOit HtnmpA I. kS.
lollNBUN A Co., liuhton, Mhi.h., forun ily Hauler, Mn.
AGENTS WANTED FORI
jLilitirtit-lliir LJih l.iviiai anil
bWild Bill.BufTalo Bill
leal ifnrnia Joa, Ta
W IJark, Cienoral Colter
ami otioir acreat Indian
tureaontboFlolnat Grand Buffalo Uuntal Flirlitn
'mulii-i. xnruiinfr Anvon
with lndlntmi Denporato iiavoniurnai narrow
Eaoapcai wonaorrui biiooiiii- anu numiir.
Wild Life in the Far West. '
One Huiidnid llluTraUuuTin?Tpo?7v
od Platoit Orarnlritt Ilook for Am ni.t Outaolla Every
llllnal tllilornil hv (i,.ii. M, rr:lL lliittalu Hill, ami ulli.'i
iii-rupa. ar no uonipotllioni ov aK-a. iiriru i-r
..iiraM.iiiK vuini mit'ia., aianu.i ormum-y, uuauaivu
.ulara Free. Write at onw Ibr ai-nry to
HISTORICAL PUULlSHlNQ COMPANY,
A IM N. MI HK-i-ot, Wr. Inmlw
by J, W. UUbU,
Author of" Border Outlaw!,"-" Metropolitan Lift
OLD BOOKS. JwffSK
3TANDA1D Uooks. 0, SABS 0III3 and CDIir.
tSuuU stamp tor Catalogue. AiliU-a,
SaOot.ttkutTuUscVnlTi II. 10719,1(9.
NEW KICIl !
ROOT & SONS MUSIC C0'3
NEW 0-p. BAND CATALOQUH P02
1882 BENT FREE to anlt, 160 lllu
SILVER and EEED luatrumnU, together
wab full inatniRtioiia for formlnir Bands, dl-
T X on aHrl rl.aalA,.u.o.n - j . ..
mr m . wZ Wl lua.IUUIOUie
WHAT and HOW to purcbtso; tormi for
t1"' our Orchatra
YXt'VuZi PvJ?l1rt JX'J'nlar miialo. Addreas
THE HOOT A SONS luilC CO;. CHIC AGO. IU
tVeasnns Why they ore rreferrd to All
other Voiou riasters or External
r.oraupe thoy possess all ths merit of tha
trengtheninff rioroua plaater, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly dincovered powerful and
active Twublo combination which acta with in
creawd ruliefacicnt, atiinulatius, cdtttiV9 Aurt
couuter irrituut ctlectB.
Iieratigc they ore a pennine pharmaceutical prep,
orution, and ao rucufnized by the profeaaion.
Tlecatiflc they aro tho only jilastera that relievo
a mot oucc,
P-'ranae they will positively euro diicaae which
other remedies will not even relieve.
TWatiKo over EOTO phyalcians and dmppiata bava
voluntarily testified that they are superior to all
other phutcr tit medicines fur external use,
Eeijne tho manufacturer haTa recalverl the
only medals over given for porous plasters.
Benson's Capcine Porous Easter!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
AKJKt-f KKM KB Y"ATXA ST. lHciirt.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTO
INJi.CTlOIi. ia a poaltivn cure forall Diacbamna.
SonKiiiL.-. Hniaiti,rf und fainful BenantiouB of the
CI Of) por bottle. For ante by all druir-
(fiat, or aont by Kxproaa on re
en.it of ii h:o, JOHN D. PARK & SONS,
175 and 177 Sycamore Bt.. CINCINNATI
Oil 10. tloaae mention Oil paper. A r
fur tin by UVWM.AV BIKM., Cairo, 111.
617 St. Charles Struct, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular Oin.liiMte of two meilirnl
Cnllei:,"., Ini liei-ii .iiiL-.-r eitirnueil In ihe Ireal
ini'iil nf 'l.ronic. jSJitvoiim, r-liin uinl
lilon.l iiai-iiia than iniv oilier jibvsli-lmi In
M . I.oiiN, a.-t eltv I'.ii'i r-i how niuf nil old rest
ileiiis kimw. oii-.ii Hm ion at oillre or bv tiiiill,
Il ex ami Invited. A li'leiiillv talk or bis npliih.n
IO-.IS ii'itlilnu'. When It Is inconvenient tovlslt
tlu eltv i,r treatiiieiit. ineilli'liii s run be sent
by neiil or i xpi iis everv here. 4'uralile i ae
liiiMi anti . il: win-re dniilit exists It is, irankly
Mat. 1. Call or Write.
Krrvo'it Trostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical WenV-rtfiss, Mercurial and other
afloctionajji Vu.oat, Skin and Bonc Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec-
tions. Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, riles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES roceivo special attention.
Diseases arising from Imrrudenena. Exoesscs,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is o If-rv l.lent tlmt thyli-lim paylti
pnrtli-iildi' atlentlnii In iii-la-- olenses nllalim
crent skill, and phv Kielims Iu reinilnr praellee
all over Ihe eoiintt-y knowlnir thl-., Iieiii"iitly
r.'i'oMiuieiiil easi-atn the nlilest i.lliee iu America,
wln ie e i-ry known appliance l resorted to,
and the )ieo-i'il irooil t-t-iiif.diai of all
iik-e-; a tl t ennui I-U--I lire used. A whole lions
u-i il lor olllei- piirpn-es, ami all are tn nleil with
skill In n n-speei lul iimuner; nml, kimwIuK
what In do. no rsperllnenls are imule. (Uiae-t-iMi
ii : of Ihe una! number applying. Ilui
rli.niren are kepi l"'. oflen '.mur t tin li la
ili-manileil liy niliern It' von secure the skl'l
ami u'i't nsiri-.ly ami pei l'ii-t lit'.- eure. thai ia
(lie In, . limit matter. Pamphlet, M paKvS,
cent to liny addiesa liee.
plates. I CARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Kleiraiit cloth ami Kilt blmllnir, Seiilr-il for W
ei-nls in povtinn- or currency, tivcr llfty won-
I. rliil pen picture. I rue to life, ai lleleson tbu
fi.l Ion Inu siiliiiM t . . W ho may iiuirry. who not;
li V I'lnpei- ai;" toiuarrv. ' Who marry llrst.
l iiiiii.-nl, Wniiiaiiliiiii'l. Phvsleal ileeay. W in)
yliuiiM ii'iii'i . Hum IIP' ami biipplni'sn may bo
a 1 1,-1'.. i ,. 'I'liii-r Iniil'l'led or eiilitellllilatllllt
liiarrv I t if slioiilil rend II. It onuht to lie rend
in all -I , I nl i pi-1-.oiis. tlii-ii kepi niuli-r lock am i
Lev. I'lipulnr i-ilil loll. Hame as ,il,nve, but paper
cov.-r nml imi pntes, 5 cenln by mail, lnuioiiO
- 2. fNTiii
tx-5 - e i,
. 4 s
L-vaw.? i "' ' j.' ' I-' ri s r
.;ii;i5XJ c f- -1 t i-'JS k J
$0FA'. .tts.isS If 8
-su u -mill
mm a m
li&lfP -r"r-H'.&.U OC
2T. ia i i if : :S--S SK?
mM -zzimi jug
$10 to 20,000
vision, and htockaon our perfected pIhii, yields
aiiro monthly prottta to larKe and small lnvutori.
Addrea fir full particular. It. K Kendall & Co.
Com 11 ilufLhauia, 17T 4 ITU La hallo .1, Chicago III
Mfdlfill Stllilfllta for annooncemetiU
ICllli aiOlUUeillS, nd fu informa
tion, address the Dean nf th-i American Medical
ColloKo.Ht. I,ouia. lleo V. I'ltzer, M. D., 1110
Chambers at root, St. Louis, Mo.
Y0FiY(r MKT I,,yon w""-t" earuTcletrra
i vnivj iUIjlt phy Inalewinontha, andbB
certain of a situation, address Valentine Druthers,
JaiitiBvllitt, w is, '
A liVKUTISEHS by addror-alnir GEO.
tl.l. CO , 10 Spruce alrcet. New
learu the exact cost of any proposed lino of idvur
Urtnx In American nuwapuuer. IjT Ii-O-psl-b
WU11TII SKNDJiNJ FOR.
Pr. J. II. SCII ENfK , of Philadelphia has ptib
lislied a book 011 "l)leaso of the Limp,' and IIow
They Can bo Cured," which I tillered free, post
Dald. to -ill aiiiitieniila It i-iitit ilna v(iliiM., inf....
inatlou b,r nil who siiiitiuHe themaelvv allllcted
with, or Imblu to. any disease of the throat, or
lunifs. Addri-aa lilt. J. ). SCllKNt'K & SON.
tfl Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa. P. O. B jx
JJASON t IIAJILlJf
Alirt t Triarocirtalnlyhct, huvliifT bon
ljltl JVll Y)n at every rreiil world's
luilustii.il Coinnelitinn for lt.
teen yoar : no olhnr American oruaus havirni been
loiind equtl al any. Alan cheapest. Stylo h";
octave ; siiir.clent compass nml power, with best
quality, for popular sacred ami secular music m
si 'html a or families, ut onlv Uu.- hunilnd nth-
er stvles at t. :, jm, $'72. .;s, $, uim. $111 to
ami up. Th larger Blyle are wholly unri
valed by 11 ny other iirtfnii. Also for easy pay
ment. N'-w Illustrated 1 utalotie free.
J 4 T'M'l'h Cum 1 uny have c in mi nced
I J l i v 1" ' ii 11 fact 11 rem upright trainl
1'iaiio", InlrodiiciiiL' ininortaiit
Improvements; addlmr tirtbe power Ki d beauty of
tone nml durability. VV ill nut require t'MiiiiK one
qnartur asinncti asoth-r I'liinoa, li In -United Cir
The MASON II A v UN (bran ami Piano Co.,
VA 'I'retnoiit M. ltost.iti ; Hi K llih M , Now York;
1 II Wubash Avo , t IiIl-ho.
ollilna in in..- uui-l.l i-uioil ! u I'n Lli.
aun- ol Mtiriitula, IMniiilc. Hull., Ti-tli-r, mil .urea,
Sure Kyaa, Mi-nurlal Iiiai-a.!-., I'alnrih of
Appi'lli. Fi-niuli t'oinplatiit.. an.l ull Bliwil
1 ill.ra.i'1. 11 iin.r fail.. All ilrunKliiu anil
cunulry .tort- avjm .-.H It. It. K. Ni-llar.
a 1. 1.. l-rtijr, rnl-liiintli, 011 uverv tioltla.
PE.WSVLVAMA ji:iitiU'.v ACADEMY
tHKnTKR. ilt je.ir opeua S. i-lenilier I'lth.
"''New Jliillilini.'s, Superior n'-eoiiimoil.-illiiiia,
Appointineiili cmpli-ie. J-nylish, Ciilliu'iati!,
Cheinie.il, 1 Ivil K' Jttn' -ri is en .rs-. Ilenreui
Conl. -rreil. Aplilv :o VV. IV lluiliday. Esq. .patron
Cairo, III., or to COL. T11KO. IIVATr, l'rest.
riuti i t tt
d.u Mm mil
111 WVt Ult'UI
Cliili-.iilli-rstliiii-iireriiiimitwiif nmkiuu n-irtilar nvanhly
l-jn'h ns'inls-r e.-ts the U-netlt n( umibiiiou ciiiilul ut Hie
Cluti. 10 tn inn h.t rt-nt. iiiiiilcuils paid monthly. lt
Iirtaof nia-nitiunhSiMit etn-b ineniU-r. bbiues tl)caetif
rtsli.-in ilile, iioui.-'.'-iilie, traiisieriitile. A reliable ot-r-sinili-nt
wanted In every town. Pis-rial iiiiliuviuents,
Kxjiianntiirv Clri'itlar sent fro-. Aibln-a It. K.lva,Mi)AU.
it Co., 177 ii ITU Lu&iilu St., CUlCAtiO. III.
OF EVERT KIND CHIAFEI THAN EVES.
Rifle, Shut Oun, Revolvers, Aniniunltlun.
l'lsliiiifr Tai-kle, Seim-H, Nets, Knives,
Kaor, Skati-a, H.-iiiiiiiot-ka, etc.
Lnre Illiistntteil ( ntulo(rno ITU EE.
Vc 1. 1 maa
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED ! Lnilteaand Oiintlemen, toenirape
With u u sell several I'seful llmiselioia
Articles. J'ri, Ut larx;o Lnlior I lliflit.
l'.xeliisi.o toiilinry itivi'ii. No eompotition.
TerniM liberul. Circular FKKR. Adilresa
iietiitt Jlauiifiict'nt o., Dux Wis, rittaburfrh, Pa,
Sivodlwb. Innnot Powtlop Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
It will thorotliililv extermlnntn Rnnchria. Ant.
lied lir.pi, Hons, Liee.Ttiliaeeouilil Cotton Worms,
Mnth, ettt. It Is safe, sure, cleanly nml cheap. Jt
will not poisuti at 1 i 1 nu Is or fowls. Sample pack
Hues by until M conts, post-piilil. Stamps tnken.
iireuiiirs 1 , Af'cnr nun'eil. Ailiiwas.
J. II. JOHNSTON, PittsLnrgli, Pa.
1 of all kinds for sale verv cheao.
(ICatalogues free. Aibiress, RICHARD
1 1 HULL & CO. Box 808. IMttebtirgh. Pa,
BEFORE - AND AFTER
Electric Appliance! art lent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEM ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
trll" are Miiferlnrf from Naitvotj Iikiiii.itt.
IT l o-vr Vim.irv, I.ai X o Nkiivk K-ni. a ahd
VlnnH, Waktisii Wkaknuhks, nml nil llioae ,ll.i-nm-a
nfa I'kiisiisai. Nati na rv-mtliiaT lr.1111 Aiu aa and
IITIIHa I'AI SKS. H Iy nll.-l' nil I I'.illllili lii risito-
raiinn or IIkai ru, V lima au,l .ti anikh in 1 ioa kantrku.
The itrun.."t .bsi-nvi'i-y nr tin. Ninet.-..iitli ivntiirr,
Heml al oimt- fui' iltiialiiiU'it l'niiiiil.-t free. Aililrwas
VOLTAIC CELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
Tlins itesiritH! to iMiibn tnniiey
Otl - nil Mel llli 'lnt'l IllVeatllleiaa
iii iM.uii, inio-ni en und i.un-lt
H I'l-lllitl 1,1 ';, l-,,U il. so Iiv upei -
in-.' : -';" rli.o, Viiii May I at,
I l. t- sin.- 1 ici-et mil, cu In-
V .-!!.. . f -li: ""tnitl.lMIII.ClUlll
pi--tit 1 ii-.v Iii-i re-tiizeil ami
1 -.it-1 t. mn". t -va nne 11 i-r 1 i-m to
s-'vciii t nii.il i n creMMBl Inveat-
IlieiH, f I Vil Villi; til.) I'tlKIII'll In-
V stue bt. ii,.m.iiti tii"HMV or siv-
im.'-. P-iiiiunl, I. .puinati.ry ejr.
euliiis i-.u 1 (.'..it-iiieii' t ( fuii.lvv
aeiil f 1 . We W'..nt ei;inio.illii
111,'i't.ti,, lii wlii riqau't t-.i iiMps
1111. 1 lutiviiiijo 1,10 pi ii-. LiUriil
c-uiiiioiis oun pin. I. iMtr-a,
l il'lltU A- M"ltlM. raw,
lulaaluii M' rvitaiila, .VI Jm Ulwka.
0) aairmaiBMBMaa & J snaaaanaaMa