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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1382.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
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B. A. HUKNKTT,
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BY A SMALL BOY.
A pio ns a 1'irirt of spcecli is a pronoun,
tin it stand in pliiw; of a noun, not wry
objective, most always m.-titer, tinlcsi
too old, ami nrees with any person wlio
is not sick.
They aru generally milml ono way
and very flat the other, When they are
cut they assume a triangular shape, un
til they aro eaten, and then wo don't
know what .shape they have. They are
ahout the only three cornered articles of
food that wo have except beechnuts.
A three cornered piece of piu is about
as convenient a thing to cat as one ever
closed teeth on, and licked one's lips af
terwards. That is sharp end foremost.
The only trouble is you don't know
when to bite it otl'; for the mouth natur
ally widen as the wedge goes in. The
composition of pie is dough and some
thing else -what that something else is
or should be has never been definitely
You can make them out of most any
thing that grows in the garden, except
thistles and burdocks. A boy told me
that his aunty made a thistle pie, but
the boy said a lio one day before, and 1
cannot tru-t him since.
"l'unkiii" pis had a great run. Prob
ably at one time thev were the most
popular pie alloat. his said and we
can't doubt the veracity of the state
ment that Kobinsoii Crusoe made the
first putikin pics. Jinn'l know what ho
made them of, but w ill write and nk
him. It is taken for granted that Fri
day made them out of rocoanuts arid eel
grass, rt that was iiiitn a favorite dish
with his fun-fathers; but they have given
it tip since they t'mk to eating tho mis
sionaries. 1 have seen punkin pica made out of
apples that I liked very tiitn-lt. I re
member one I saw once; it was not a
very large pic, but it was got ui in
great style. It was made on a white
plate with a blue edge. Tho under
crust was made of dough and was very
thin; the inwards were just lovely. They
were made of what they call mincemeat
and a little sugar sprinkled over it- The
top or upper crut was inado out of
dough rope ynrn, :iid across like the
slats of a bed. Oh, it looked lovely.
Around the edge ss a hoop of dough
laid partly our tL udiz .f the plate,
and about an inch on the fragmentary
meat It was ornamented on the outer
part of tho hoop with an impression
made by proving all over with a set of
falser teeth before it was baked. It was
a great appetizer, you better believe!
They sacrificed it at a tea shine, and it
sold roadilv at four cents a triangle,
cash on delivery.
There are a great many people who
like pies, but seldom eat them, unless
'tis because they can't get them. I don't
think tho common apple pie is very hard
to make; for I made one once out of
cranberries, and all who tasted it said
it was vcrv nice. I tasted the most of it
myself. I knew one boy w ho was very
fond of pies, in fact ratherthan do with
out them ho would hooWthcm from his
mother-in-law, if ho had one, but ho
hadn't. Anyway ho was awful fond of
them; ho was very apt to take a bite out
of ono if it was in his way. Ono day
there was a pie madeon purpose for him
and put in his way, and ho put if out of
Ids own way ami everybody else's. I
never liked cayenno pepper since; its
Tarts are pics' children, and I'm fond
of children, that is turt children. I can
cat tarts with my eyes shut, and never
wink half an eye full. It is said that
mince pies ma'do out of rhubarb will
give you the night mare, but if anybody
will prove tho minces, I will willingly
risk tho mares.
Onco I read of a pio that had two
dozen dark colored birds in it, and after
it was baked and opened tho birds were
not dead hardly a little bit, for they be
gan to sing melodiously. It was set
before the king. History dues not say
whether ho ate the pie or not, after tho
birds flew awav into the next yard; but
I suppose ho did, if ho was hungry. I
would have eaten it.
A Louisville Coitrn r-Juumul man
writes: I asked a rich friend to tell mo
bow much it cost him ami his party of
threo fur a day's board at Saratoga.
"WmII," said ho, "you see that these
threo rooms aro called a cottage. In
New York, when thero is a building
whore dilVercntfamiliesoeoupy the rooms
opposite to you and above you, it is
called a tenement house; at Saratoga it
is the swell thing, ami is dignified by
tho name of collage. We are on' what
is called in other places the ground floor
and tho windows in tho two bedrooms
each open on a court only; you see that
tho furniture is nothing remarkable, the
rooms not large; and yet, as you can
read on the notice tacked on each door,
'The price of this collage is ijeJO a day,
and $:'.oO a day extra for each person
in the cottage,' That is .:7 for three of
us. Wo have a private table set in our
parlor; that, is if'J a day extra, and tin!
board for servant man, horses and car
riage brings the expense to ifsi) a day.
I pay $tj() a week for tho hoard of my
horses, and that is the price I pay in
Now York, i?;it) for each horse." Tho
rich man did not appreciate my surprise
und it was not Vandcrhilt I was inter
rogating. His expenses I expect aro
live times ns much as those of my friend.
Mr. Vanderbilt stated to a ge'ntlenian
that Ids Ineomo each mouth amounted
to l,200.iXK), ori?.:),oOO a day. Thus
it will bo seen that ho can pay his bills
and have a small iuarurlu left over.
How Progression Progress), t
The daily papers, telephone and eleo!
trio light on tho Laramie plains, where
erst the ghastly emigrant stretches him
self in the glad sunlight with tho roof
of his head pulled oil' and a bouquet of
Indian arrows in tho pit of his stomach,
are marks of tho onward march of Wes
tern civilization that we cannot ignore.
here Iiig Steve and those other gory
humorists were hung against tho even
ing sky, the busy grocery clerk wraps
up the sardine ami the picnic piekU 'or
the tourist. Near where ,he outfaw
band waved their feet acros tho hori
zon as they endeavored to get more air,
and where their wild gymnastics shut
out the moonlight as they stncgled to
kick some pieces out of the miTky wav,
commerce now fills the" air with its low
hum and the die to Kastern clerk
charges up one pair of elastic suspen
ders and two pairs of red flannel under
shirts to the Kastern snob w ho came out
here to obliterate the hostile tribeof tho
Cockeyed Tie -Miters of the Laramie
Tho pioneer canal on its way across
tho valley turns up the bones of Old
Moaning Colic;, the Sioux brave, nnd
the pale face who lives in Ka.it Laramie,
while making his asparagus led ai)d
doing other chamber work, spades up
tho vertebra of Huckskin I'eto, tho Holy
Terror of the Wild, Wild West.
It is queer that all this should con
sunie so few years, and it seems odd
that where once a short time ago, the
fear'os pioneer rode down the street
and shot out the lights in the billiard
halls just ns the players were going to
saw oil' and go home, the street-car will
soon glide its silvery glade, and the
slim joung man w ith the plaeque hat
and tho sunbeam cane;, and the garden
hosc pantaloons, and tho shoes with
pointed toes will walk over your sore
feet and fall into your lap, and crush
your plug hat ju-a the same im he does
in Chicago or New York.
Here, in Laramie, progress is visible
everywhere. We have had one embez
zlement this summer, and juries are on
the market just as they are in tho Last.
People from the Atlantic seaboard
can come here and default just at they
would at home without being lvnched.
The vigilance committee has disband
ed, anil uow if you corne here you will
find water works and white vests, and
telegraphic new s and a good hotel.
We are proud of all this, and we have
a right to be. We found the impulsive
and at times irritable red man here, and
we planted sehoolhouses and churches
in his stead. We just changed our
names ami came West, to lead a differ
ent life and make civilization get right
up on its hind legs and howl. Nature
gave us a fertile soil, dotted with arrow-heads,
moss-agates, old buffalo
skulls and other tropical verdure. All
it needs is irrigation and patience. Our
mineral industries, too. are coming to
the front, and our wining stock, if prop
erly irrigated, will also show wonder
Progress is tho proper thing after all.
and tho moro we see of it the more wo
like it. lloomcrang.
M I'MC'AL NOTES.
"What makes you ask such a high
price for this little room?" asked Ko
eniseo Murphy of an Austin landlord.
"Well, there is a young man next
door who plays on the accordeon. You
don't expect to have your innermost
soul stirred up from the bottom even
evening, and not pay for idoyou? Ih
NOT HER FCNF.RAL.
"Aro you not alarmed at your chil
dren playing on that cistern with tht
trap door open? Are you not afraid
they will drop in some day and gel
drowned when you are not looking on,"
said one Austin lady of another whom
she was visiting.
"No," was the complaceut reply; '
get our drinking water from another cis
tern they can't fall into."
AN EXACTING I.ANDI.OKI).
An Austin man, who had been living
in a rented house, notified his landlord
that he was going to move.
"I hope," saidtho landlord, "that 1
will find the house in the same condi
tion it was when you took it."
"No, I do not expect to leave it in the
same condition that I found it."
"Well, you will have to do it."
"All right, then, I'll drop a cat in the
cistern, and advertise for bed bugs."
ABOUT IMrnitTKD CIcJAKS.
"I like your imported Havana cigars
very much, but you must let me have
them a little cheaper," said an Austin
tobacconist to a drummer for a New
York tobacco firm.
"We can't do it. lam offering you
these imported Havana cigars at the
very same figures we have to pay the
New York firm that manufactures them,
and they bought their Connecticut to
bacco when it was cheaper than it is
AN AMCSINO COURT SCENE.
A young Austin lawyer was appoint
ed to defend a negro who was too pool
to hire counsel of his own. Aftor the
jury was in tho box tho young lawyet
challenged several jurymen whomliis
client said had a prejudice against
"Aro there any moro jurymen who
have a prejudice against you?" whis
pered the young lawyer.
"No, boss, do jury am all right, but
now I wants you to challenge do jedge.
1 has been convicted under him seheral
times already, and maybe he is beginin'
to have prejudice- agin me."
The young lawyer, this being his first
case, took the advice of his client, and,
addressing tho court, told tho judge he
could step aside.
A Maino backwoodsman who ennio
Into town during an iuterval when tho
community was very much excited by a
church scandal, overheard a man in
tho storo where ho was making somo
purchases express his sorrow that any
Christian should becomo involved in
such a disgrace. The backwoodsman,
addressing tho clork who was busy bo
hind tho counter, said:
"Young man, kin you toll ino what a
'Christian' mout beP''
"No," returned tho clerk, snappishly,
"I ain't much acquainted among for
eignors." Qrookhfn Eagle,
successfully treated. Pamphlets of parti
culars ono stamp, address World's Dispen
sary Medical Association, JluiTalo, N. Y.
Blow Out the Light.
An exchange gives some hints and in
formation which ntay bo useful as fol
lows: "Persons whose business does not
make it necessary for them to bo out
lato at night would bo surprised In a
night's walk to observe the great num
ber of residences in which a lamp is
kept burning all night. Tho practice is
in somo cases necessary on account of
sickness in the family, but it is never
theless very hurtful. No matter how
carefully they may bo attended, kero
sene lamp throw out a gas which is very
poisonous. When a light is left burn
ing tho windows of tho room are usual
ly closed, because if left open tho light
would attract flic? and mosquitoes. Tho
flamo of one light turned clown low re
quires more oxygen to keep it burning
than is consumed by two adult persons.
The light from tho lamp is also injuri
ous to the eyes, and possibly to this fact
may be traced the constantly increasing
prevalence of eye diseases. The best
way is to keep a lamp ready to light in
cast; of emergency during the darkness,
with matches conveniently beside it.
Tho eyes need rest as well as the brain
nnd muscles, and they need darkness in
which to find it."
AliutTalo liveryman, in accounting for
tho rather remarkable fact that there
are 520 white horses for hire in that
city, said that horses of that color were
easily kept, generally sound, usually
gentle ami the most intelligent of tho
Horses, Cattle and Chickens.
For colic and grubs, for lung fever, cough
or hide-bound, I give Simmons Liver Regu
lator (liquid) in one ounce doses; or, one
tcaspoonful of the powder in a mash twice
a day. You can recommend it to every one
having stock as the best medicine known
for the above complaints. In using it with
my chickens, for cholera and gaps, I mix it
with the dongh and feed it to them once a
day. By this treatment I have lost none
where the Regulator was given promptly
and regularly. E. T. TAYLOR, Agt for
Grangers of Ga.
The best and cheapest1 car starter is sold
by IJordeu, Sellcck & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
With it one man can move a loaded car. (0)
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Harry W.
Schuh's drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are HitTering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affrtion of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. ((I)
A. M. Djvle, of Columbus, Ga., say
that from exp -Hence he knows "Sellers
Liver Pills'' to be the best in use.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Rest Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Niree, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. 4t is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'Hi cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Dit. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is
the mtrvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
ilotbers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of vour rest bv a sick child snnWtnrr nnd
-" - &
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth I If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Jirs. v msiow s soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
alwut it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter, suit rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
Ask your physician nnd ho will tell you
that for all tonic properties, which strength
en and invigorate, thero is nothing known
in the vegetable kingdom equal to hops.
They are a pomincnt ingredient in Hops
and Mai. Bittejs.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, nnd all weakness
of generative organs. 5 for ft. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, HIS First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros
Personal I To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance u
trial fr thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, und kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and cnipletu
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress mh above, N. B --No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
A Nw aril c omiwnto HtoI. froutln on l,.-v
"Second Kud Ilnllroitd HtreiMn,
Tb P&HK'hKi-r D-iiot of t Nit Chlftcio, St. boulH
sD' ;ew wririinf: llllnoix Contra!; WrIihkIi. St
I.ouln ami IV-tlic; lrcju Mmintiiiu and .Houlhurt;
Mcibiliiand Ohio ; ( air ) and St. I.ouin Hallways
aro all Jam acroM the mruur: wtillo the Steamboat
Lauoiny m nut one O'litare cliKtaut.
'iniHiiona hratud ly htuitm, bus urara
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevator, Kluc trlc Call IJulU
Automatic Firc-Alarmi. Hatha, ahuoluk-ly pure- air
imrtect eewer&K and complete apitulminoot.
Hnperb furmiibJnig; perfect nervico; and au uii
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4 As &
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B A XT KB STEAM EXG I N E
I Ch't Diec Engluo
iinil Ma Hue Engines
FX GINKS A SPECIALTY.
FA KM KNGINKS, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELTINU,
Pulleys and General Supplies.
No. 131, North Third Street,
m. KLINE'8 GREAT
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f)isatK. Osm MKtnu.niK Nerve Arrso
tiiin. i'iTs.t:rii iiv.iti- INKAI.I.IUI.K If tnkiiti
is direcir.t. .V h''Krr fir'titnt't ur. Trctiio k
trinl li.ittli- fr-c to Kit l'i',t ln-y paying oiprnwi
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.iprvnu'lilr-Mot 'sltlict.il t" 1K. K 1.1 N K.'.ml Ari-tt
St..rillU'l""' .V iruojwl. Jltuiirt YaUiU.
rAKSOriS PUKtiAIIVt KILL Snwiti.ii
Ulond, mid willriimpli'ti'lyclnncnthnlilood mt Im en
tiro Hyntoin in t liri-o iiikiiIIih. Any perwiii who will tl'J
1 pill unrh nitrht fnnn 1 to 1 t wimkmnar ho rnntiiroil
to Bound hnslih, if mioli tlilnir 1m cmhiMi. N.iIiI pv
rr'whir, or .t-iit hy mail for t li'llt-r Htfimpi. !
JollNHON A Lo., Host on, Mum., formerly Itaiiifor, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
c.iiiliraciiK Um mm
Wild Bill, BufT.iln Bill
Jarlc, Capl Payna, Capt,
Jarlc, Gunxral Custwr,
ml ollu-r ftn-st Jndiat
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tluiili't. ThrtlMuir Ailvi.n
ttiraaonthaFlalnal Orsnd Buffalo Ilunul 'iKhtn
witn Inainimi JJoxporslo Aavomurem narrow
Kaoappal Wonrtorful BliootlniJ anu nuiing.
Wild Life in the Far west.
d Platoat flrsmlMt nonk fnr Ani nul Outnnlla T.vnrv
Kml'TM-cl hv Cii-n. Mrrritt. Hiiflaln Mill, and olli
llrnii't. r- No Compotltlonl A4M imtci-n, irlr av ilii
('anva.slTit Outfit mitts., slnmiisnrnmnrv. ltluitratuilL'lr
irinars r roo. riw ai nnm inr aucnr
rite at oneo for aucni-y to
lL. PUBHSH1NQ COMPANY,
. fill KtiM.r.r. HC-. I.cn.U.
Author of "Border Outlawa," " MutroDoli tn Lift
OLD BOOSS. ilz
9TAHCABD Books, 0. Utl 0NE3 and CBIAP.
HondiiUiuip tor Catalogue). AdUiesa,
m m CURIOSITY 8WOP
S. . Cor. ilk ut VMaltjt An., ST. LOtJH HJ,
ROOT & SONS MUSIC GO'S
1882 BENT FREE to any ad.ira, 160 illu"
IriLdrtlia nf utl b . ...i. A BT Ann M nnm. .
btt vro UtttfllAXt
with full Initrui tlona for forming Banda.dJ
Tishm iB clMiifjcatlon of Instrument-.
WHAT and tTAW . - . .
f l!l r ",r 11 tln"' "Wftng- o. Will also
7iiV. '"i,0"' BanH ana Orehatra
me Koor k sons music co.,cHicAco.ia
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. Tho
Publio are cautioned against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing names. See that tho word
C-A-P-C I N-E is correctly spelled.
Are tho only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
Ono is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively cure where other
remodies will not even relievo.
Prico 25 cents.
Bowaro of cheap Plasters mada
with load poisons,
SrantifiirtiirlriKChprnlBt, Now York.
AM'lt J-fitK.ttKnv"AT i.ATrrlcV8'K
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
c..r T, 1 ,n " wuBinvr. cure ror mi xiBcnarirea.
Btlninnir. SmartiUH and Painful Betianlions of Uio
rv.IVPTInw ... m
iflSTJ TTTAT1T7- TlAPPAflTiri
S I O O per bottl- For ! by a'1 dru.fr-
ci-.Dtofprlco, JOHN D PAHK BON8
170 nnd 177 8yramorBt OINCINNATI
0U1O. y lease meutiuu thia puoer. A a'
C17 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. rjj:iitip C( 1-n.tuiHa nf fwn ninltcnl
cill'ui-s Ik I'l-'-n linu-r i iimiu'i il In tin- In-at-liii-nt
..f 'hroiiti., NervoMw, Hlcln ami
IHrxxl IMscnsi-s th in nnv (ilhi r 1'hvt.li-liin lit
St. I.niits. in i-ltv ..-ii,.r -limv .mil nil ol, ri-il-il.-niN
kti'iw, c niisiiiiiiiiiiii nt iiili,-,. or liv mull,
i.l liivlti-.l. A I'rii ii-llv talk in-his lipliiii, ii
rnkts mil hi lit'. Wlun Hi- (niMiivcnliiit to visit
tli- illy fur treatiiii-nt, n . 1 1 1 1 1, s can lwsinl
hy mull or i-.vpr.-ss t vi-rv" hi-n-. Cui iilili' i h
L'liar intivil ; vln ri' dniilit t-xl-.ts H l frankly
n.il.-.l. t ail or Wrlti-.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
aiTccti . -.t, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Toisoning, Skin AtTec-
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marringe, Ehcumatism, Piles. Speoial
attention to cases from over-gorked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arisingjrora Imprudences. Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It l pi lf-i'vl.liiiit that n vtivslchin pavlnir
partlriilar alli ul dm tu a i-lais aifrasra nltalna
tn at -kill, iiml phvsli-laiH In ri-nnlar prartlrw
all nvi-r 1 lie i-iiiintry kimwlnn t li l, i'ri'iui'iitly
i- ri'iiiniiii-iiil rasi stii the olili sti.lllri' In AiiH-rli a,
wlii i-i' ovi-ry kniiwti t . : U h 1 1 c-.- Is rrmiru-il to.
uinl tin- pi-ovfil (toml i-niciltM nf nil
nii. mi l i-.itiiitritM ni-i- iimmI. A huh- linui-e It
ii- i il I'.irnillrc pun iiml all lira- trratiil vllh
-kill In a ris.ii-tliil iniiiinir: itml, kimwlm;
n hat tn io. no t-xpi-rlini UN nii' iiiali. iiiinr-a-niiiit
ot I In' u i-i m: it i i ii I -1' h 1 1 ) 1 1 v I n k . the
rhiii k'ii nri- ki-pt low. ut'n n !na-r tliati In
ili-mainli-ij hy inlii-ri If vim frrun- tin -kl'l
amt i;i't a xpfi-ily ami u-i-'i rt Iiti- i iiri-. that Is
tho liiipnrlaiit malli-r. 1'iiinphli l, ) piiK:i
mill to any aiMri.-SH fn-r.
plmes. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I ?&
Mi-flint rlnlh ami pilt liliiilliiii, St-nliil fur M
ri nts in po-i mci- or i-iirrmry. Ovt-r llftv won
'i i liil i" n pli-turii, Inn-tu lift- ai-ilrli'-'nii tha
liilln Inir aiiliii-4. liiiinaj tunn y, who nut;
Vlic f I'mpiT acr lotiuirrv. Who inicrry llrit.
JlanhiHi.l, uuiaiilimi.l. I'hvli-al ih ray. Who
fliniilil ii'iirt-y. Itmv Itt'i. uinl iiiiiiii- tiiriv m
iniTi-a ii, 'I'lid-i. tn.i iili il nr i'ililrliiilallni
If.arrj inn -linulil fi ml II. It oukIiI tu In- ri'inl
ny all ii I ii 1 1 I'li-i'M-, thi'ii ki-pt it mlcr Imk anil
Ki v. I'lipulai rill I Inn. Mini- n- almvi-, hut pnpi r
r -vi-r uinl jik) piiK'i si ! li nt hy uinll, In unuitiT
: f 1 t ;? ,r " "' " "' S
Mi i wj-mii fid
rsy s - q: g
L il ss.StSsjrs.jsas-ic p
Wi & .S 'S In'1!11.
in &b .?: a s- u s iJ 5
Eel's ' Vf iSvoS
$10 to 20,000
In leKltlmato Jiullciotia apoculatlon In (iraln, I'ro
Vlalotia anrl Stockaon our perfected plan, ylolda
riiiru monthly profits to larKu mid inmll Invaiitors.
Addriiai; for full partlrnlara, It. E. Kendall & fo.
Com n Murchuuta, 177 4. 1','J U tiullu at, thkaijo 111
M0(lu!ll StllllMltt ' nonncamoiiti
au ; OlllUtlllS, BI1(i fui lufoim.
tlon, addreaa tho Dean of th American Medical
tollBBH.Sl. Loin. (i0 c. 1'iUer, M. D.,lUu
t'hauibera atreet, St. I.oiiIh, Mo.
1 UUA1U JlJiH phy tn fuwmoiitha, and be
certain of a attnatloii, addruea Valentine llrothurs,
Juaoavllle, U ha. '
A IH hirriSIKUH by adclnmnln,; GEO. 1. HOW
M.l. 4 CO, 10 Spruce alreet, Niw York, can
learn tho exact com of any propound line or adver
tUlnir In American ueHnpupera. Ir li 0-paie
piiiiiphlet,',V. v h
N KV AD V E UTISJiM KNTh .
WOKTII SENDING FOR.
Dr. J. If. srilRNTK, of I'hllnilnliihia him pub
liahed a hook on "Diniaauaa ol tho l.tinH and How
Thev Can ho Cored," which In offered free, pout
paid, toiill applliiauts. It contains valuable Infor
mation fcr all ho auppoau themaelvea allllr.ted
witn, or liable to, any dia'niaea of the throat or
lnnijH . Addrea.Dlt. J. . HCIIK.N'UK & SON
6's) Arch St., I'hllailolphla, l. 1'. o. Ujx -J8i3.
JAS0N & IIAMLlJf
4 Vfnarece'talnlir brat, haying hefn
UilUi.ll O-"0dei ri-cd at every preat world's
Industrial Com petit Ion for all
taien years,- no other American organs havintt been
lound equal at any. AUo cfleatieat. 8tyle lim; 84,
octaves; sulllcletit compaaa and power, with nest
quality, for popular eacred and secular imii-tc in
schools or families, at nniy fW. tine hundred oth
er styles al m. J;,7, Jaw, $72, J7rt, gllll, WIlW, ft l-l lo
fain and up. Tho larger styles are wholly unri
valed by any other caruatis. Also for cany pay-
menta. New illiia-t rated catiiloL'tifl free.
menta. iM-w tuui-t ratml catiili
any have commenced
i tnreof uprlL'ht ?ruud
Iniiirovemenls; sddlnif to thepowa-r nnd lu-nuly of
nun- anu uiiraoiiny. n in not require) tuning one
quarter aamitch as other Pianos. lllitKtriiteJ Cir
t'hti MAMiN HAMI.IN Orpan and Piano Co,,
1M Tn-mont St. llo-ton; W E 1 It b St., New York;
U'J Wabash Ave , t hicnuo. ,
ttllllAX lit una wurlal 4-aiuail t it lr Ilia
eurtol Srutuls, Plni.li, Hulls, T. iu-r, (111 Hares.
Bore i.rru, HcrcurUl IUhsks, I'slnrrli. Lis of
A'tile, t'uuisle Comi'laiuU, nu t all Dlooa
.llhSHi-s. it H.i-sr rails. Alt ilrusnliiu sul
culiulry lol k.'i-H-r. , II it. It. t sirllain
Co., erui'. I'll l.huruh, on f-varf hottU.
Kd uea tion al.
I'ENXSVLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
IMKsTKIi. 'Jlst j-eir opens S"plemher Iltll.
'Ni.w Ilullilitit;s. Superior arcummoilatlons.
Appiilnttm-ntK ciitnpleto. Fjik'-IhIi. Collnjialii,
Cheinlral, c Ivll Kniuei'rll'ir co rses. Decreet
Conli-rreil. Ai'plvtoW P. Ilallliluv, K-.i., patron
Cairo, 111., or to Ceil,. THKU. HYATT, Prest.
Hllll l tKlMlltlllll
I lit las' 1 tjar luve-unriit
ClnliMilti rHthe siin-nt. inntn-ni iniikiiuriviiliir mnnilily
l-.lU'h IIS'IhIkT Ul-tS l.lll- IN IH-IIL lit' ei.llllillHll lHlitlll uf tlio
Club. 10 to ino or ai-ut. bitlilenils pun! niiaiithly. Un
imrtHof upaTiii inns w-nt eni h iiu-inU-r. Bliarav fill each,
i-1-.liviu ilitc, tiuim e-ritlile, Iniin-kniUi'. A r-liiilile a nr
nvin.li'iit wanti-il hi every town. Pa- iftl inilui-einrntH,
Kxplatintury (tirariilar M'tit fnv. Aitiln-- It. K. K-Emjau.
fcCo., l?7 it i;a Lurtuiie St., elite Alio, III.
OF EVERT KINS OBEAPEB TRAM Evm
Rifles, Shot fiuna, Kevolvera, Ammunition.
FlahiiiK Tiia-kU), Nelnoa, Nets, Knives,
K.uora. Skates, Ilnnimoi-ka, ete.
Largo Illuatrnteal imuttijrue FUEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
pitts ii man, va.
WANTED I Dulles and Oentlemon, toen(rai?
with u-c to sa'H several Cuefo! lloiiselioiil
Articles, l'rtiflta Iiirije La:nr la llht.
Kirltisive territory Riven. No com petition.
Terms liberal. Clrriilnni FHKK. Aalilress
Hewitt Mumtract'K Co., Box Wis, Pittiaburirh, Pa,
Swocllsli Iusect Powder Kills
AND AU TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tbornnithly exterminate Roaches, Ants,
Ped Buk's, Klens, Lli o.Teiliaivo ami Cotton Worms,
Moth, etc. It la Mite, sure, eleunly anil cheap. It
will nut poison animals or fowls. Sample park
Hires hv mull til) Cl'tlls, pnst-pillil. Ruiinjis Uikon.
Clrctilnrs fte.. Airenta Wnnti'il. ArlilR-ss,
J. II. JOHNSTON, PittaburBh. Pa.
I of all kinds forsala vary cheat).
II Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
I B HULL I CO. BOX 860, HtUaburgh, Pa.
BEFORE AND AFTFR
Electric Aoollincnt ara lant nn In riiu.i T.I.I
TO MEN ONLY. Y0UN3 03 OLD
V . "'im.-'uik mini nniivoa-s liKlill.tTY.
I,iit Vitality, T.sa a air Naiiva Kom a and
VI. nut, WssTiMii V!knkhsks, ami nil tu.i. iliaeaws
ofa I'rhsonai, Nati kw r. viltln Irnin Alit sKa anil
Dtiiaa Cai'srs. Hiun-.ly n.i..f nn-l num. In,, renin.
I lltlnnor llBAl.TII.N till III llllll M lNIHlilll llHASTKKl).
Tin- vrnniliwt iliaiiivar.v "I Mm Nni.'t. enlli t'l-ntury.
Belial at imi-aifur illiii lt'iili'il I'miiplilvt trvo. Aililrvia
VCLTAIO BUT CO., MAH8HAH. MICH.
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Tllma ih-iii-'i, (i, tiuil,,. iiioiiry
cms nil ini.l ii'.i ,,, ,iu-,, ,i,i.tJn
In J.r. ) M. ro, im us ini.l atiH-k
KIM-i-t-lil'lo , ij.iai. .voii-i-
lltll ("1 .1 .,, .-,, ,,, y lat,
I ' 1 I ' til'' ,1 li. lit I (iff. III! III.
V ! I- I f v HI I. II t,,l .IHHI, IMlall
P1' 'ii'.i l -I i ii v i it ih.i'il uinl
I'nl'l t ii.-, i-i am iitiiiliy to
Hi'Vi'ri tiiaiei. t . c.ni'ilihl liiM'st.
lili'iil. . (, I hi ,iir; l lir i ii njiniil in-Vi'Ntliii-i
I In tit t ' li"," or tiny
hole mi il' iiiiiii l. 1, ,iluiiit"rveii'
o ii i n i-i ii'i l : i,,t in n -i a-f fii'nl W
sent. I'li'i', Wo want 'efis'iislliio
nit"iits, who 'Mil li'inu t t)ii ennin
itii'l lull'- iln.'ii th- Clin'. J.llii-iui
eiilllli,,iiti,oiiN liill'l. A.Mless,
tll llltj X Ml, Mil H. t'ams.
IliU.liin Min-lidlila, Jtulur ulaarka
lUkamas, 111, '
f DR. (sn
(BEFORE AND AFTFnS