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IXVAIUAlll.r IN AIIVAHCI,
All Cnmtiiuulraliotis should lie addressed to
E. A. III'KNKTT,
i'iitiiltbcr auil 1'ro'irititor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
ofthepriwnt (feneration. It in for th
fcJureof thin dint-awe kml Its attendant's
BICK-HEADACHE. BILIOUSNESS." DYS
PEPSIA, CONSTlPATIOWj, PILES, etoT that
tUTT'S PILLS have BaTnqif a wo'nd-wldo
roputation. K qP.e mod 7fiai e ver been
3iHcovor(;d thatecta id gently on tbo
digestive orKansfKlyinii the in vigor (oi
imilate food. Ai'a natural result, the
liervoua Bystein laTiraoed," tfieMuiiulei
are Developed, arid the Body Hohua't.
Clxills and JPoxror.
B. KIVAL, Planter at Ilnyoa Rr, La.snyi:
My plantation la In a malarial dlaoict. f or
several years I could not make half crop on
account of bllloua disease and chllla. 1 wu
nearly dlm-oiiragni wbri I began the uw of
TUT1 B PILI.il. rim result waa marvelous :
my laborore eooo became re-arty eud robust,
aud 1 have had uo further trouble.
Tl.ey relieve tbeenirortred M ter, eleaiis
Itae IiI.mmI fr poteoiioua humor, ki4
'uw ! hi.vw-la to naturally, with
out wlilrli navrwrM f--l nrIL
TrvlMareiur.ly rlrlT. auitl m III vain
a healthy llsrf-tlt. lK.triMiali.Ml. Pur
lllood, Mrbnv Krrrn, wl n fwund l.l.rr.
I'rlee, 0t cuia. Olllr, a.1 llurruy 1st., ti, V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Iray kin iir Wiiirki as changed toaOlwsy
tfll.AOK I'V H Mmr! B,..l'hll'in if lh! I)Yr. It
InipuriN a nst'iral color, and aeu, Inst&nUine'iuiily,
olit hv I'rnxirinUi, dr m-ut liy ei press uu rernni
nr On fM'ar.
Office, OT Murray Street, New York.
information and Vmrul Keeetpfc 1
trill b mailed HU on aptftiraUotu J
If you nr.- sit k II" IJiiti rx will mn-ly
ai l Nutun: j:i iirikin ymi wcit wlu-n all
If jou ir! (,'i'titivu r ilsifjil:c, ir aro
hufl'.riii.! fr.iin any '.u r i f Of uUiiniinus
Ii-c:m- "I tlio mri!U.ii T li -rti Is, it ia )our
own fault if j mi rtiinin ill, fur J'..i iiitttTn
arc a S'lvni.ja rciuui'v i:i nil nnch coin-
If yi.u an' wa.ilin" awty wi'h any fnrm
of KhIiK'V dii('isi', st ) tiinitin' J t-h 1 1 1
this ni'iiiinrit, iti l niru fur a curt- t lit p
If you .ro sick with tint rcrtili'm (.ick
n's Nt'rvnU!'ifSH, you will liud a ' JJilm in
Glh'H'l'' ill lilt: Uf: uf Hup UittiTS.
If you are a frequenter, ur a ri'si'k-nt ul a
niisinutic di'trict, trrric i ln your system
au:iiuit the scounui! of al! fountri-s ni:i
luri.'i!, ( pdleuiir., Iiiliuu-", aril ifi:cniiitcnt
fivers hy tlie use of Hij Hitters.
If you hav uiiifli, pimply, or sallow
rkin, lii'l I r:H !i. p-iirn r.n I achrs, un l U-n
uiiser:il;ii' ui'iier illy, ll"p Bitter wiil give
you fair kin, rii.li liluu'l, iin l a wi-etf.it
lirt'itli, health an.i coinfor!.
In short tin y cure ail iliseasea f the
stoiuu'h, H ' vi H'i i,l, I.ivir, Kidneys
Biiyht'a Diwcusf. fiOO will lie paid for a
casi! thry will not ruro or help.
That p or bedridden, invalid wife, sinter,
mother, or daughter, rr.a ho nude, the pte
luie of health, by n few buttles of Hop
Hitters, costing but a trill ;. Will yu let
them suffer? (2 )
TrTwOMAN tmI HEAL
fJiSPATHIZE WITHWIS THE HOPE 0F7
WOMAN. KV.KHE RACeIJ
LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S
A 8nrc Cure for nit FEMALK WKAR.
M.Sfii;s, Im-liuUim I.tiu-orrliirn, lr
rcmilur nml Puliii'ul ?Icin,traaiinn,
Innummntton nnil I'licrnllon of
(ho Womli, I'loodlriK, 1'ltO.
I.APKrs I'TtKI. iVc.
tT'l'lciU'snt tntlieta"ti', olllr nrl.imi mill lmiminot
lulUcl?iM't. ll la a (rrrot lirlp In iircpionfy, and l
Utvcln durlnitlnlmraml i ri'iruUr ii l'd.
PIIVStCItNHt sKlT JISOrurWillllB IT HIULI.
rrF'B u.WBKXiar,s of tlii'Bi'iii'mtltp urnaiii
of cilhi r m i, It In m ound to no n imilyUmWiiw I'vn
hren Iwroro tlie imWIci anil tor all illirn of tha
KniKEva II l Hip Onvlral If 'fJ "i H'oiM.
ISKiDNUVCOMrr.AINTNof I'lthcr Se
l'irlil 0 rcut It I'llof In Iia l'e.
i.Tim k.pixkiixm1 utoni) rruiTirn
ill iniilicaU' i viTV vcbiiit" of IIuihoih fnini Ilia
Mlmiil.nt Oil' wimi'I'iw ill jrlvctfinn anil ticiiK(li 0
llieHj'Hh'Ui. A-iiuu'TvllcUH i nnullii uu tliu LumiiounO.
irDnlti llic Cnmpumil aiul N f il Pitrilli r aro rr
pared at S33 4'd ftU Woitcrn Avemus l.ynn, Han.
Prleonfoltliir.Jl. 8I hottlen fr f Tin' Coiniolilid
Is M.'iit liy mull In tlin fi.nn of pIllK, nr of Ii'iiko, on
rocclpt of prion, $1 l'r box fur either, Mm, Pinkliam
frooly aniwi'M all li'llfmof Inquiry, EiioloaoSOTOt
Itiunp. H;Bd for paniplili-t. " Jlftnffun thti Riper,
rW-TnM H. rivrtiAW'n I ivv t'n.ii nira Cnirtlpv
Uon,llHwil','",a'r"r,'lllK'v t Uw Llr. Hi cui.
ti KuU by al! IrulHla.-& (.'.)
ml ftui wciiru iirn
loin i .,nrli.m.i In our im itiwawoi inn union, i-kiu ana
Hiinta. Nvrvuw Oihllll
t ik..hllllv. Imnatuniiy.
Imatril nii'iitino iiriinioin.
wnri i. .nil iiiro rmllM. 'H "" 1 V" "' ""
limit lo ha mmwri"l nr h dlrlti ltaiinai by Bill,
(rrnnnxiiOi rlnii flum Huiilur .huiilil wn" llwlr mlJrMt,
nil lfr ..ihln in thir aUanlMr. II h ol a tr.
Addrcu, lilt. HUT, l K. Bik M., BU Ualt, 1
KBTAUUaUKU OVKU TlllUIY EAUa,
The rirat Jw.
BY OUT TIUNMOM.
I t by my ilBt llti.r'a h(Im one rilnht,
And the moon kIuhio riiiwn wllh aniiillow llgbt:
Anil iia t "ill th.'ni I woii'lurinl why
Hhn euulil ., e inn, a,, rii'li' and ru'inrh as I j
Kor alio wait yiiiing ami lair an ouuiU l,
And lovlnif and kind and ifnll to inn,
Wiiiiu 1 wuh aa rudo a the aiorin-lijHHud ica
Aa ru'ln aa th alnriu-lonMid, Iroubled lido,
llxni'Pt when I aat at my ilnrllmr'a aide.
And 1 ant inure 1 thoiiKht and thought
Of I Im wondrous spell Unit her preeno
And my II pn wein ai alrd when I Iried lo tell
My awi el young Inve of thla ninglc upon.
Ibero win o (low' rota wrfathwi In her dark
In thai dark-brown hair wbleh I never dare
in even touch wlih my llngur-ilpa;
And a aweet whltn ro-n, lluw'ret blpdt !
hluw runo mid fell on her heaving bream
Klr.w niMj and fell In tbi- colt innon light.
That lluw'n t there ao pure and while
Aa pure and whit wh Uh liny wri nln
Ax Die geniic spirit ItiMt dwelt b' lii atli.
And 1 lliouglit if auiiiii (innie would eumn to
And aay. O, man! I've a brum for thee
riionco yo ti,U nlylit what gift ye'll take,
And I'll grant It nuw tur thy trne-love'a aake,"
I would (hire nut a-k fur a gilt more fair
Than the roio that glenniml In my darling's
For I wkh ungentle and rude and rough,
And cuiely thai (lower wan Ikioii enough.
Hut my iliuiighlM would oar, and 1 thought If
Would giant un h a preeloua Imkmi to me,
I would iik a more prleelena one than thin
I wiiii Id Hk lor a lovor's flrai sweet ki-i
For a llrat aweet kiaa troiu my iliining'B II pa,
T kept those flnwpra for many a diir,
Hnl they have withered and paed away
Have wiiliered and gone like a Heeling hiealh.
And l'e wept at only n llnw'rel'H death;
Hut the thrill thin eninn with my ilafilng'a klui
Will live In Himtlier world limn Una
l ike the latent heat frorjj the irnn'a bright ray
Tim the ei u'urlea stored In the rariti awny,
llnpi awoke lo stnnun r a winter's day,
Tuihai Hi ct. sweet kiss from her girlhood'
Phall thrill and burn to the end of time
Hinll thrill and burn aa the aeaaoni go;
And when lime linn turned her locks to snow,
That kls she gave when ao young and fmr
Will make it endibnii au tinner there.
Tho Eipress Businpsa.
About forty-four years n'o there was
a news room in Wnil street, New York,
wliii h was a fatnoin resort fur thn nn.-r-ol.
nuts nnil al ip owners of tho-o ihys.
Il Witt tii:ui:ie;ed by Mr. James V. Hale,
vliu nf' inls Hurled u postal system
in u.ipu.itii,n to the government.
Mr. Hale's eu.-tuiiiers ufleil wantt'd to
fend fiinaii pai' i'li to Huluii and I'rovi
il :n;f;, and he r-Tio.-ted loiiyoun man
who was out uf enipliiyini'ii! that the
latter should travel between New York
and those cities, fiirryin letters and
parcels nnl duin errands fur business
men. Mr. Hale snested that the new
enterprise should bo called flit! Kxpress,
a name which i;ave an idea of speed arid
After .some limitation theyoun? man,
whose name was William . Harden,
adopted the suestion and bought a
chehp carpet bag.
That carpet bag proved to be the be
ginning of the express business of the
United Mates, and it is represented to
day by a system which has made mil
lionaires of a score of men, and which
is next in importance to the postoflice
The Adams Express company often
carries merchandise, etc., worth twenty
million dollars in a single day. Tho
United Slates Treasury intrusts to it
the carriage of all bank notes and spe
cie; and with the American Express
company it transacts a creater exchange
and banking business in the transfer of
money than all the private bankers put
The two great companies which have
monopolized near v all the small con
cerns employ nearly 8,0ii nien, 1,jOO
nurses, l -'U0 wairuns and .vw sales.
They travel over 10O,ki0 miles daily,
and scarcely a railwav train runs on
anv road that has not a special car at
tached devoted to the business of the
How Thoj Lived "Befoih de War.
There is a colored couple in Austin,
old Uncle Nace and Aunt Siikey, his
w ife, who have been married more than
forty years, and who have quarreled
steadily all the time. They are not in
as nourishing circumstances, financial
ly, as they used to be before the war,
and this war tho subject under discus
sion a few nights ago in their slianty on
'We is getting poorer ebery yeah,"
remarked Nanc. mournfully.
"Pat's so, for a fac'. Poesu't you re
member dem good old days befoah de
wah, when we was fixed up so cum fa
ble, wiil all de convenience?" replied
Aunt Sukcy, as she heaved a sigh.
"Dem good oki days am neber, neber
gwine ter come back," responded the
old darky, wiping away a tear.
"Dey am neber cwine ter come back,"
repeated Aunt Sukcy, dismally, "now
we has got nulliu' but tin ware on do
table; but in does days, don't you re
member, ole man, how we used tor
frow chiney, real chiney cups, wuff 60
cents apiece, across do table at each ud
der?" The old man's face lighted up with
the memory of happier days, and he
looked twenty years younger as be talk
ed about it new $ 10 pair of boots he
wore out on her person, and the expen
sive silk dress he tore up for her be
cause she sold his razor strop to a ped
dler for some " 'lishal flowers and fod
ders, and sicli truck." Texas Sitings.
Tortured by Indians.
A letter from Arizona tells the follow
sad storv of an Indian massacre: "(Stan
islaus Metas, nine years old, lias just
arrived from Mevens sheep camp with
the following story of the Indian mas.
micro on the 18th of April: llefore d:iy
lit'ht the Indians attacked tho camp
w hile we were all asleep. My father
mid live other men attempted to get
their guns, but were too late. Tho In
dians rushed in from all sides and over
powered them before a shot could bo
bred. An Indian put the muzzle of his
gun against thn head o one man am
bred, blowing his brains ngalnst tho
door and walls. 1 saw them kill my
mother and two brothers by beating
their brains out with stones. They
killed live persons, and tied niv father
and tortured him most dreadfully, lie
begged them to spare him, but they
only tortured him tho more. Finally
the'v split his skull with an axe. An
Indian siputw, the wife of one of four
friendly Anaehe sheep holders who
workeil with us, wared my life by hold
Ing mo behind her and begging them to
spare mo. When all tho Mexicans wore
dead except me, tho Indians left."
mm a mm
Children In Australia will hereafter
bo obliged to attend school for eight
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1832.
The Absurdities 'of Fashion.
Old Mr. Thistlepod climbed up the
broad stairway of marblo and rosewood
leading to the'liigh-baeked, Qiieen-Anno
editorial rooms of the Jlnwk'yi; the best
advertising medium west of 'the Missis
sippi ami tho most popular paper In the
world, now is tho time, to make up
clubs, yesterday morning. His heavy
tread fell noiselessly upon the Pompa
dour velvet carpets, and as lie sank into
a costly escritoire the perfumed light
fell through the slained glasstant mieux
at tho facade of tho managing editor's
ebranlement do cuir touched tho old
man's face with a w.ftened overmoulou,
that seemed liko an echo from tho state
ly renaissance that looked down upon
the walls. Carefully moving tho elegant
Louis .Quinze pnsdc-jmiiuitl where tho
old man could not tip it over with his
feet, if after his usual habit ho should
choose to rest them on the carved matt
vis SujfJ, tho editor asked the honest til
ler of tho soil how was crops in tho
Flint river country.
"Crops?" echoed the man. "Well
now I want to tell yon about crops.
Corn's all right, an' oats was better' n
usual an' wheat just boomed, but you've
got a crop of fools in Huiiington that'll
just lay over any other green thing that
ever urawed tho cows in the state of
Tho managing editor was surprised,
and said bo had not heard such intem
perate talk since tho prohibition can
vass. Ho added that there were some
fools in Huiiington, lie had heard, but
as they were not subscribers to tho
Jlawkcye bo didn't know much about
them and felt very little interest in
"Why. the town's full of 'em," shout
ed Mr. Thistlepool, who labors under
the impression that he can't be heard
unless ho talks very loud.
"How can you tell they're fools?"
asked tho society editor.
"liy their clothes," waved tho old
man, and the society editor slid as far
as he could under the tablo und then
laid his face flat on his arm in order to
write mure easily. "Hy their clothes,"
repeated the sturdy old agriculturist.
" Y gaul, if a boy of mine 'uz to dress
liko young fellers I see in this town, I'd
beat" some sense into him with a neck
yoke. Why it's redik'lus, I toll ye it's
redik'lus. I see a young chap down in
the countin' room with a pairo' trousers
on him tighter' n candle moulds I hope
to die 'f I didn't think he'd stuck his
laigs into a couple o' snake skins. 'N'
his coat by jockics, it wasn't hardly
long enough to cover his suspenders; it
wasn't I swanny. 'N' it (it him closer
than his undershirt and his shiit collar
sawed his ears every time ho turned his
head, 'n' ho wore his watch chain out
side his coat. An' ho wore a Hat hat
with a round top, about as big as a
cooky. Au' bis shoes? P'inched, do
ye know, p'inched like toothpicks, V
they was long as pickaxes. To see him
skippin' around in that git up, lookin'
more liko a monkey nor a white man,
'y gaul it made mo mad V 1 swan I
wanted to lick him. I declare 1 did.
There's no sense in a Christian man
makiu' such an outlandish spectacle of
himself, an' If I ever ketch my boy-
dressed up in anv such a dog goned
redik'lus, absurd, ilisgiistiu1 fashion, I'll
be gaul swizzled if I hello, Jasper, are
ye waitin fur me?
And saying t'oud bye, Mr. Thistlepod
accompanied Ms son down stairs to tho
wagon. As the old man turned to go,
he did not in tho least degree resemble
the "young feller" down in the count
ing room. The big felt hat ho woro had
originally been of some color, but that
was years ago. Tho blue merino band
sewed on with black thread was too
loose and a twine string tied tightly
around it, caused the hat to bulge out
above the band like the dome of a
The hickory skirt, fashioned at the
collar in severe complicity with a big
born button, scorned a collar of any
kind. The roomy brown vest had four
white bone buttons and a black shawl
pin and through the irregular reticula
tions of its much abraded back the soli
tary suspender showed through, reso
lutely clinging to a button aft and a nail
forward. The buggy blue trousers
swelled out below the Happing vest into
an ample dome, strongly creased and
fearfully wrinkled, breaking, as the old
man walked, into awful billowy bulges
and humps, while one long, deep, diag
onal crease showed where tho trusty
suspender, hauled taut from port to
starboard, held everything fast on tho
quarter. Further down they bagged in
great curving billows at the knees and
wrinkled behind; they were brief, and
came to an untimely end about four
inches before they reached the top of
the shoe, and they ended abruptly;
same size all tho way down and sawed
square oil" across the ends. 1'he shoes
were not exactly pointed at tho toes,
nnd when tho oid man's feet were not
in them you couldn't bet which w ay the
shoes were pointed. Jasper was at
tired in like manner as his father, only.
being a much taller man his trousers
were correspondingly shorter. As they
passed through the irsthelic decorations
of tho counting room, the man in tho
lean pants laughed unerringly, and Mr.
Thistlepod laughed tauntingly. Tho
managing editor sank back in his er
niinw cushioned fltnr tic Urre.
"I am afraid," he sighed wearily,
"thoso two people are laughing at each
ot hers clot lies." llu nl tc.
A Sum in Arithaietio.
are you coining on,
"Poorly, poorly, thank (rod,"
"What s the matter?"
"I has seben gals to support, boss.
Hit costs a power of money to till up
bcbeti inoufs free times a day."
"Yes, but I heard one of y our daugh
ters was going to get married, so that
will only leave you six to support.'1
"Dat's whar you am fooliu' ycrself,
boss. Dat ar gal am gwiuo ter marry
one oh dose Austin culled politiclatiors,
so instead of habin' only six to support,
when sho tnai'uies, I'll liab eight inoufs
to feed, for mighty few ob Ueso polili
clauers, white or black, is wull'do pow
der hit would take to shoot 'em. No,
boss, it will be eight instead of six tor
feed when dat gal marries, not countin'
do natcnil increase,"
It U snld that 00,000,000 of postage
stamps are annually sold in this coun
try, nnd all of them have to bo licked
before they will do tboir duty. i
IIoi'hch, Cattle and CliickeLM.
For colic and (.'rubs. for lunir fever, coii'di
or hide bound, I give Bimmons Liver IJrgu-
lator (liquid) in one ounce doses; or, one
tuaspoouful of the powder in a mash twice
day. ion 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 gups, I mix it
xum me uongb and leed it to them once a
day. Hy thia treatment I h a vo lost none
where the Itei'iibdor was civen promptly
and regularly. K. T. TAYLOR, Agt for
The her! and cheapiat car Ktarter is sold
by Horden, Scllec.k & Co., Ht. Louis, Mo.
Willi it one man can move a loaded car. (ti)
Wi cannot hell) noticing the liberal offer
made to all invali a and sulferers by Dr.
Kint's's New Discovery for Crdisuinntion.
You are requested to call at Harry W.
Schuh'a drug store, and get a trinl bottle
iree ol cost, if you are t-ulfenng with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
H.-onclutis, H ty Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, ( r any a flection of the throat
or turn's. It will riusitivelv cure vou. (ill
A. M. PiYi.K, of ColumbiH,
that fioin Xi rKmi'.u ho knows
Liver IMls" to be the best in use.
fiuckleu's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve 'n the -world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to trive Per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
j cents per box. For sale by' Geo. E
Am. liulies who may be troubled with
nervous prostration; who -suffer lrom organ
ic displacement; who have a sense of
weariness and a feeling of lassitude; who
aru languid in the morning; in whom the
appetite for food is capricious and sleep at
proper hours uncertain, should have re
course to Mrs. Pmkhum's Vegetable com
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter, salt rheum, itch.
etc. It never fails.
Ask your physician and ho will tell you
that for all tonic properties wh'n h strength
en and invigorate, there is nothing known
in the vegetable kingdom i q'lal to bops.
They are a pominent ingredient in Hops
AMcu'u Drain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 5. All
diuggists. Send for circular to Allen's
PiiuiniHoy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Ciin by Ibirciiy Bros
Personal I To Men Ouh !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applieunce on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alhicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, ami kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration ol health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above. N. H Nurisk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
POUT Gil A PR WINE
Spj' Kit's J'oi.x Gkapk Wink !
KOUIt YRAIJS OLD.
fl'HIS (' Kl K lilt A 'I' I'll N Al l U WIN li Is mailn
1 from Hie juli'ii of the opinio liu pe. ra'seil In
thU eon i I y Hh iiivniuiili e lopk' ami siienith
mint' priipei t es are imsiiri iisseil hv uny other
Nal'vo W Inc. It but Im pure juliu of t' e tirapn,
proilueeil liniler Mr. Speer's ewn perselilll supervi
sum, Or pin ity anil iti'inetn nena, urn. Kiiuiiiiitt'i il.
Tli-votitii st i hllil ninv pntl ik of ils k Herons
qnnlllie", ai il llu1 wt'iikn-t Invalid iiso it lo a'lvi.u
lili;e It Is pll lU'lllurll In In 11 IhI to .he lined ainl
i hlllinleil, anil fine 1 in llin arimis nllmouts Hint
liffert I lie weaker sex. It Is In every res pert A
INK 10 UK ItKI I KD ON.
Spwp's T. J. Sherry.
Tim I' . J. KUKItU V tan Writ) of Superior t'lmr
actor and artnkosof tha rlchqnnl ties of the Krimi
from wh eh It la tmuln Kor 1'nrltv. Itlth nsa, I't i
vo and Meillcltiul I'ri portiea, It will hu IouihI hip
Spew's J. Bniiidv,
This TiHANDY ulaiidH loinvaled In lids C .nntry
t'olnc far su peril. r fur inedlelual pnnioaea. Il li a
pure illstlllat Ion lrom the uniti". ml niti'altu vnl
nalilu meillrinal pronerilns. It has rielli'atn fla
vor, similar to that oHhe grapes, rrmii Mlileli It U
dlatllled, and la In rimi favnr amoinr flrst-elass
fnmtllea. Mee that tso aiunaturo of AI.KKKI)
Kl'I Klt.Ta.sair. N J . Is ovur ilia cork of uiteb
(Sold By PAUL SCIIUII.
AND BY ALL DRUOlilSTS KVEUYWI1 ' KR.
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NEW 90-n. HAND CATALOGUE FOt
188J BEN l FUEB to any adilr-aa, 180 II mm.
bIi'upb ", Br1' BRASS. Qt&MAN
SILVER and REED luatruoienta, tngHthat
with full initrartlnna for forming Banila, ill
Tiiim ad cliunlni-ation of iuatrumeuta
WHAT and HOW to purchase! trn fur
gld or silver plating, repairing, &o. Will also
wo,! if d.lrud, our Band ami Orehulra
1HE HOOT i SONS tfUSlC C0.,CHItAGO.IU
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. Tho
Public aro cautioned against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing names. Soo that tho word
C A P C I N-E is correctly spoiled,
Aro the only improvement ever
mado in Plasters.
Ono is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whero other
remedies will not oven relieve.
Prico 25 cents.
Eowaro of cheap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
Jl.-.iinfiicturlng Chonilsts, Nuw York.
A" "i'f't jfll n V' A T"l.A T.IHr7!;'''tI
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUMON PUSTER.
INJECTION, is aposltlvs cure furall Dlachargoa.
8tiLi,-iMJ. 8u,ai tir.if nnd Vainful Benaationa ot the
'J lii OO por bottle. For sale by all dnig
13 ,7. mats, ur sont by l'xiireua on ro
W c i, lot in lie. JOHN I. PA UK iSe H0N8,
17ri n-ia 177 y.nmnr Bt ciauiHNan,
OUiO. Pluaaoiuuiitiuu ttia paper.
617 St. Charlns Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular ( f mil iiiitn of twn nirillriil
colli ui's li.is liri n Imiu'i r i'iiir:iiieJ hi the treat-
lnent nr ( lii-orni', Nervmis, rsjcin niul
lllnixl 1Mh:is,-s tliiin anv oilier I'll vslftaii III
M. I.on li, us eliv ti.ii" rs slioiv ami nil ol'l rest
('ills knew, ('oiisnlliilioii nt oilli'i' or ly liiiill.
m e ami inviioii. a iriiMimv tins or Ills oin I .ri
costs in u li I ii ir . When it J I in ui -1 1 i . 1 1 1 tovl'lt
lli eliv for trriiiiiient, tneilti'liies can lie sent
hy mail or espn-nn en rv w here. Ciiral'li' i le-es
L'ieir.inteeil ; where iloiilit elMts 11 Isl'riinkly
MilO il. ( nil or Write.
Nervous Trostration, Debility, Mi'ntal and
Thysical Weakness, Itrrcurial and othor
allc... . '..-oat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities andjilood Poisnaint.JSkin AfToc
tions, Old Soros and Ulnars, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatifim, Piles. Special
attention to ewes from over-worked brain.
SPRGICAIi CASES roccive Epecial aUention.
Diseases arising from Impruilcnces, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It i self-ei liletit Unit n ihylclim my luif
Tmri ii'iilnr atli iitloii to a eln ol ohm iittnlna
Ki-eiil skill, ami phVKleians In r'KiiHir liriii lleo
all over tlip I'oiin'.rv knowliiti this, l'reiiieiill)f
reoilllllllellil rnyeslu the olileM i.llll'l' In Alll'Tli a
where every known illiiii'e Is resorteil to.
anil the piovoil muni ri'ineiHss of all
a'.'es iiml ennnli'le :ire useil. A w hole lioiisa 14
Kelt for olliee iurpoe, niul all are Ireiiteil with
skill III a n-1 1-1 1 u I inniiiier: ami, knoivlnj;
wh.'it to ilo. no i'iii l ineuts nre ninile. On iie
roiiut ol the treat iiutnlier I lliic. the
rhnrirea ire kept low, often lower than In
ilelll.illileil I'V olllers II Mill sei'llle the skl'l
ami ft a Fpeeilv :ni. peri'ei I lit.- i are. Unit la
tin iiiil'iii'liint'lii.'ilter. l'aiiiihlt'l, iiil piities,
Bent lo any inMrcss free,
plates. I CARRIAGE GUIDE. I pa2ges,
Kleirant rloth anil Kill l lmllior. Sealed for CO
rent-' III iki.Isvc r i iirreiii v liver till v ivnn-
'erfnl .eu .leture, ti ne to life nrllelesnn tha
ollow liii; siihli et. Whoinav tniirrv, who not;
hi y rroper like to m n rv. ' ho ninn y Ural,
.l.iiihmiil, Woiinii.hooil. Phvilcnl ih i av. V In)
iinn. iii:ir,-v. II. i life nml liniiliie .H limy lio
.neie'i-eil. Tlio-e nnirrli .1 or eoiileinjilatlnij
P..inlii shonlil niul lu 1 1 otiulit to hi' remj
iiv all ailillt persons llien kept niiip r loi k ami
key. I'opulnr eil 1 1 Ion, f nine -almve, I. lit niier
rover nml 2uD i.ik a, -5 cell is ly luail, lu iuuik'
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10 to 20,000
InliiKlllmnloJuillclouaipcculatlonln firaln, Pro
visions and Htorka on our purrecled plan, yirlda
aura monthly tirollt to laru mid small Investor.
Address for full particulars. II, E. Kendall & to.
Com n Metaaui, 177 1,9 l.u ballu t, tuli:ann III
3IedSciil Students, .n,r;,ulUrK
Hon, address the Dean of th Amurlcan Mtidlral
IWillecii, 8t. Louis, (ieo V. 1'iuur, M, D.,lllu
Cl.nnibers slreut, .St., I.imls, Mo,
01T( Mil 1V1,I! "t' euitiTflepra.
lu, i1" i'lljll phv Ilia few inoiillis, and ha
curiam of a situation, addresa Valeutliii) llroihura,
Janusvillu, A Is,
A MVK'lTISEItS hyadilr.! sln (IKi). . KOW
'Kl.l, CO , 10 Spraec ntwi, N' w York, can
learn the i xm t cost nf uuy proposed line of adver
tlsiinr In Amciiciiti nuMipu tiers. 1 liTli O-uaL'a
N fc W A 1) V 1. K l I K M E N Td .
WOIITJI SK.NJ)INJ FOU.
Pr. J . II. SOU KM'IC, of riiUndeliliU has pub
IIhIhmI a book on ')i',aao of tho Luna and flow
They Can he Cured." wlil. h Is nllered free, post
paid to nil applicants It contain valuable infor
mation frull ho siiiposu tlicinneiv. allllcted
w ith, or liahle to. an dis iisc of thn throat or
Ineirs. Address l)l. ;i. . NC11KNCK & SON
iKArchst , rinliidclphla, 1'. O. 11 n .&):).
JJaSON it HAMLlJJ
fi1)( V VCJareco'talnly best, havluho"n
I M II T l l i-u ilurrced af every preat world's
VAlUHllU11((tr Co .(,, f ,
teen rnara: no other Anierinin ori.Rnii hnvim. Ii,.un
lound equal at any. -Alno cheapest. Style ID!I: 8'4
octaves ; suiticietit compass anil power, w ith nest
iuahty, for popular sacred ami secular niu-lc in
silioofs or families, 8t im'yf.7. One hundred oth
er stvlcs al ;e. r7, $ii'i. J'.J.STS, $'.i:i, 10H, ill lo
$jni'a!nliii. Tlei larger .ilyles are wholly unri
valed hy any oilier nrcuur. Also for easy pay
ments. New llln-trateil catalogue free.
1)1 i T Li ' h.a Con ) any tave cm nieticnd
I XiilMi1'1 "oimif''1 liirorupili;lii (fraud
I'iatio.-. Ititroiliirinir uunortutit
iiiiprnveini'iits; addinir to the power ' tid bentily of
tone and durability. Will not ruuuire tiii lim rrno-
quHrtor asmucii as olher I'latios. Iiliwtraled ('ir-
cu'iirs r rw.
I h i M SON 1 11 A v LIN Oa-an and I'iaiio Co..
I Treinoiit M. llost.iti: 411 E llih St.. New York:
1 ill Wnljash Avo , l hlrni'ii.
currol Somfult, f i ruplt-a, itotli, If iter, Ol'i Sort4,
Son? Kys, Mircurlftl 01 Csiarrli Lm of
A pp ttto, ti'tutle ('omplaii.u. mid mi Hlton
U ivit-et. It nifr fail. All ilriuinu itnl i
cuuotrjr t'-re Itit'irtr M'll It. II. K hrUtrt
It ( o.. I'ri', I'lll-liiirKh. iu t'vurt txittle.
rKNXSW.VAXIA MIHtnry AUADBMY
C UK. -TICK, ofst ye ir opens Sepu-mber Mth.
New lltilldiii)!S. Superior nceopitnodnl Ions.
Appninliin'tit" ci inpl' te. I'tillsh, Ciilliyliiie,
l 'hemiiii', Civil K'.i-'ini'1 rit'L! cu'rses. Dirum
Colitenot. Applv to W I'. Ilti'llil'iv, Ksq ., patron
Cairo, III., or to COL. THKo. HYATT, l'rot.
llaJto' iw liivivuiieut . j 9 Wlllloi
CIuIh, i.iVnithn surest tneiitwof uiiikiiii; reinilar inenililv
Kiuili iis'intsT tfets Lint U'lielii ol coniliiiH-leni.iliil ul the
('lull, loto US) (wr if nt. Dniileniis 4iil m.siilily. Ite
xirtao oiHTHtloiis N'nt nu ll ineiiil.T. BliariM tlOeai.'.'i,
hileein title, tionn-cnlile, inn intern lo. A relinhle mr-ns-indenl
wantiil In every town. Bisninl indiufiiientii.
Kvii'anaii'ryCirenlurw nttnv. Adiln II. K. Kk-nuaU.
vi Co., l" 6i i;:iiji.-iiiiL-tu,cUiCAOo, lu.
OF EVEBT ZIND CBEAfEB THAU ETEB.
Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolvers, Ammunition,
1'isliliiK Taeklo, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Kuors, HHrtlea, lliiinmocka, etr. .
Lnre llluslrnteil Ciitaiogue FUKE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
'ANTED ! Ladleaflnd fientlemen. tnenrara
with us lo roll several I'seful Household
Ariicles. 1' in fli a larco Luuor la li;ht.
l'lxelniivn territory Riven. No compeUUon.
Terms lltieral. Circulars Fit KE. Address
Hen III Uauul'art'K t o., Ilnx WIS, rlttsburirh, Pa.
Swedisli Insect Powder Kills
AMD ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It Will thonuiirlllv exterminate TJnsehes. Anfa.
TU'd lluirs, KIi'ms, Liee.'I'oliHeeo utnl Cotton Worms,
Moth, etc. it is (info, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
will nul polioii nniiniils or fowls. Kiimplo pack
ni;i by m.iil ;0 cents, po;t piilil. Ptnmpa utkeiu
Cireuliira ft e. Aenla Wunteil. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON, PttUocrgh. Pa.
tjof all klnd9 for sale very cheap.
Catalogues free. Address, RICHARO
1 6 HULL I CO. Box 868. 1'ittsbumh, Pa.
BEFORE! AND AFTER
Electric AnnlUneni irs tsnt en SO fl.iu.' Trlnl.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUMG 0.1 010,
"nto am suirei'liiit from Naavot's tKBti,mr,
V l.i"T Vitai.itv, I.ick or Naava Foiu a asu
Vinoa, Wastimi v rskskshi's. n I .til in-no iIum'um.s
iifn PsasosAi, .Nati iix nmililiiK riinn Anesss sml
UTIIKH I'AI'MSS. Hpeeil.v relief ion! cninnlelM rt'HKw
rutlunnr IlKAi.rii.l iinmiiiel M emmn ui aiiastssii.
The u-run.li -I illm'iivi'ry of Ole .Silleleenlli I'enlurr. '
B, il l at iiiico for J 1 1 iint i nte J rmnpliiei true. Aililmse
VOLTAIO BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MIOH.
Tims ilohii'ini! Iii limke I inner
eli 'ii II urn I me , pit it in v.'ai inntila
In pi'i'iii, pru Ni us nml stock
NHH lllllllll s, ellll lie So liV nper-
nt in" no ii'ic ;.tii'i. I t. in May 1st.,
ss, ,i t.ie ineielit i'iit,i. n' III
v Ht.iiii iit.i r( ili.itlt..!SMil,;aah
pr'iil i Imvi lie iii re in '.'il met
pui 1 i vitti'i i n ii in.tinij in
Movi'iMi times t in I'lluiliui inveM
I'U'li'., : t'il li nviiif; ll:ii'i'n;ilitil HI
Vi kIiii'.;;; in. l.lu : ineii 'V tit pav
tilile oil 'li'tumii', J' :rnn.iev nir
eulitrs an I ' iti im-ieu f l-iii.l W
rent free. m- nul r:'ii llilo
UK' ots. who will r'isirt i ll tropi
(Old llitl'iiillii'" til" I'inii Lllien.1
enliiliili.s'ii'ia psl.l Ail lroa,
ra.MNIW Mr.llKltU. J'aaa.
M,l-.t4 Mert'luikl, Jlaju HIMia
3 awai 1 1 a.a.Jat.mweinaTMi avaVaVHaMaV
"i, DR fj
I BEFORE! AND AFTER 1