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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAKIAHI.Y IN iOVAMrl.
All Cornroiiiilcationa nhotild liu aiMrenced to
K. A. Hl'KNKTT,
"TliiM," ki'hI Mr. Spimpi'iiilyke, bs lie
grazed at'ouml on Iti unw iicipiisition of
hix acriis, "this my dear, is what I liavo
always wunlcd. A f:iriu ami a farmer's
life itrc tlio highways to iapiini'si. Mrs.
Sloopcnilyl;c dun'i you think so?"
'It's prrfi'dly hfVcly," rejoined Mm.
Spooptttidyku. "1 wan liorn on a farm,
tind I was always healthy, though I had
to a good ways fur water "
"I'll h that, my dear," returned Mr.
Spoopendykf!, "I'll lirinr tlm water.
Now where tire my niricnltura! reports?
I must plant riht olVif we are yointo
lmvu crops, ami when they're ripo we'll
take them to market."
"I seo the. rexrtt say you must givo
your hen chopped turnip once in a
while," said Mrs. Spoopendyke, putting
her thumb on the paragraph.
"Kither that or cabbages," returned
her husband. "I don't know whether
we'll have cabbages enough," lie con
"You must have less buckwheat,"
suggested Mrs. Spoopendyke. "I would
think, though, that two acres would b
enough for one lieu, and if it isn't you
can buy a load now and then from the
"I'll think that over," replied Mr.
Spoopendyke, "here's one tiling 1 don't
understand. It says we should test a
few seeds before planting, to mako euro
to germinate, but it don't sav how to d'
"May be it means to boil them," sug
gested Mrs. Spoopendyke, "or perhaps
"Or, perhaps you think it means to
crack 'em with an ae to see it 'hey are
hard! I s' pose you've got an idea you
stick straws into'em to see if they're all
right. I think we ought to have some
weevil for the pig."
"I don't know whero you're going to
plantit," said Mrs. Spoopendyke, "unlws
it will grow ith buckwheat or onions.
You can't put it in uith the cabbage
because the pig and hen would tiht."
"Do you know what weevil is?" de
manded Mr. Spoopendyke, glaring at
his wife. "(Jot a notion it's some kind
of weed for the nig to smoke, haven't
you? Imagine it s gilt edged note paper
for li tin to write on, don't you? Well, it
isn't swallow tail coat or a plug hat for
him to go to church in. neither! You
don't piun't weevil, Mrs. Spoopendyke,
any more than you do soap, or clothes
pins, or stair rods. You buy it in bar
rels, and I'll order some."
"I think we ought to have sdimo laoo
curtains for the- front windows," said
Mrs. Spoopendyke, anxious to change
"Yes, and wo want a folding bed
stead for the cow. and we've got to
have- a new arm chair for the pig. and
I'm afraid those cabbage won't do with
out a wet nurse!" squealed Mr. Spoo
pendyke. "I suppose I've got to hire a
man "to see that the meadow don't go
fishing on Sunday and upset your re
ligious notions. Oh! you're a farmer's
wTfe, you are! If I had time to write an
indcx to you and get some dod pasted
binder to fix you up with a fly leaf,
you'd make a whole agricultural re
port!" And Mr. Spooieiidke shot into the
house and to bed while his wife, having
put all the oil lamps into buckets of wa
ter so they couldn't explode during the
night, 'fell asleep dreaming that the
cabbage patch had eloped with the on
ions, while the cow and pig died of
weevil, and the windmill had abandon
ed agricultural pursuits and started otf
through Ohio preaching the gospel.
On the banks of the Kennebec river,
a few miles below lialh. lives an old
ladv. Years ago she cried so violently
when about to lie married thai it was
with dillicu'tv she could be liacilied. On
'being interrogated as to the eaue of
her "Teat grief, she replied that it made
her sad teTthink she was to live so near
the steep bank of the river, where her
children would daily be in danger of
falling over and being drowned. The
lady has now lived there about lifty
years, mid has never had a child.
A Michigan cow got mixed in a
clothes-line," and paraded the streets
clad in underwear that no man could
make any use of. and you'd ju4 ought
tO Lave heard the boys wliiiuli.
The Widow dosser's Husband.
The widow dosser was bd when sho
married Chrisman, and ho was exactly
half that age. It is hardly necessary,
therefore, to add that the line farm on
which they wcut to livo at Anderson,
lnd.t belonged to her, and that her
young husband hadn't a dollar that was
not provided by her. During four years
film gave him money freely, and ho
spent it, so riotously that, when she final
ly decided to bo rid of him, thero wero
plenty of grounds on which to obtain a
divorce. Only a few mouths elapsed
before ho returned to her, professing
lovu and repentance, and they wero
married anew. This time ho meant to
mako a quick, clean sweep of her prop
erty. He induced .her to soil the farm
for $8,000. Then ho stole tho money
from under her pillow and ran away.
Boston has unearthed a "Cheap
John" chromo dealer, who tried to fos
ter a lovo for art by oil'ering real oil
paintings by eminent Boston artists for
, twenty-seven cents a lino gilt framo
for a dollar extra. Of course t ho Bea
con Hill girls had to got rid of their
Oscar Wildo plaques somehow.
From tho annua report of tho British
Post al Department it appears that near
ly 10,000,000 American newspapers en
tered Knglund hist year.
Tho skin of a Florida rattlesnake,
eight feet two inches long, has been for
warded to tho National museum at
Washington, D. C.
It is estimated that tho "lamb" of
this country annually risk JfaTO.OOO.OOO
through Hie New York stock exchange.
No wonder the brokers get rich.
Tho negro milkman u Washington
who advertises his dairy as tho "Res
ervoir Dairy" is given credit for hon
esty of expression, nt Jot.
It has been estimated that during
"the season" not less than fifty hogs
heads of mineral waters are drunk daily
directly from the springs at Saratoga.
Let the patient, careworn toiler plod
on in hope. Mr. Nailer, tho veteran
financial editor of the Philadelphia Led
ger, has retired from work upon an
honorary pension of full salary for life.
The Teciimseh, Ala., iron furnace
lately blew out, after continuing in
blast more than seven years the long
est continuous blast ever made in the
It is claimed that North Carolina has
178 varieties of minerals, l' more than
any other Mat poMees, and 112 va
rieties of wood, also more than can be
recorded by any other state.
A recent advertisement in a Paris pa
per nm: "Princes, dukes, counts, vis
counts, and others who wish to marry
rich American young ladies, write in
tho first instance in all confidence," and
Lord Salisbury once made a speech
whieh may now well be recalled. In it
he reminded his audience that "wher
ever thero was a disturbance tho Eng
lish were always to the front and got
Joeph White, of Bako Oven, Wasco
county, Ore., began as a sheep-herder
in that r. gion without funds live years
ago. He recently sold out his band of
sheep for From his this vear's
shearing he sold from 67 ewes .$1,158
w orth of wool and raised 478 lambs.
Siam has two King. Tho name of
the first is Phra Bat Somedetch Phra
Paramimia Maha Chulalon Horn Phra
('hula Chom Kloa Y'u Hua. The sec
ond is less higLI) favored, being oblig
ed to remain content with the brief no
menclature f Khrora Phra Kajuang
Pawar Sathan Mongal.
A Los Angeles man claims that the
juice from eucalyptus leaves has in
duced the hair to grow An his bald
bead. He was in the habit of pound
ing to a pulp the leaves which he ap
plied to his head for the cure of head
ache. He was surprised to have a new
and abundant crop of hair commence
('apt. Burton, the celebrated traveler,
reports that almost illimitable gold can
be obtained at the gold coast. Africa,
a district which has been auriferously
prolific for centuries. He says the re
gion is emial to half a dozen Californias.
Another traveler, Commander Camer
on, confirms Capt. Burton's story.
Says the Paris correspondent of Lon
don Truth: "Ladies who have beauty,
head, heart, and enjoy fortune's gifts to
the end, aro either married to fearfully
iilv husbands or have iil-conditioueii
children who are an evesore to them, or
have no children at nil, when they el
themselves competent to bring up any
When Uncle Rnfus Hatch was in St.
Paul he expressed a great desire in his
Western trip to see President Hill, of
the Manitoba Road. During his stay
at the Hotel Lafayette he had his op
portunity. Stepping up to Hill, ho said,
"Aro you Mr. Hill?" "Yes," was the
answer. "Well" said Uncle Rufus, "I
want to shako hands with such a man.
It isn't the hardest thing in the world
to make eight or nine millions in Wall
street, but to do that on the frontier is a
marvel. I want to say that 1 think you
are the greatest man in America to
day." . m .
America was discovered by Columbus
in 14'J2. It begins to dawn upon New
Yorkers that the contractors for tho
Brooklyn bridge are reserving the com
pletion of that structure to lend eclat to
the 400th anniversary of the event which
made Columbus famous.
Horses, Cattle and Chickens.
For colic and grubs, for lung fever, cough
or hide-bound, I give Simmons Liver Regu
lator (liquid) in oue ounce doses; or, one
teaspoouful of the powder in a ma.ih twice
a day, You can recommend it to every one
having stock as the best medicine kuown
for the above complaints. In using it with
my chickens, for cholera ami gaps, I mix it
with the dough 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.
American Institute on Pure Grape Wine.
The President and a Coniinitieo from the
Farmer's Club, of tho American Institute,
have visited Speer's Vineyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grape
Wine of Altred Speer, of New Jersey, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in tlm selection of wiues for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in New York have adopted this wine.
It is for sale by Paul Schuh. lmo
Mothers I Mothers ! ! Mot hers I ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Bufferinu and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
31 rs. Mnslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
rclievij the poor little HtiiVorer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
ahout it. 1 here is not a mother on earth
who has evr used it, who will uot tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relict and
health to the child, operating like magic,
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the tasto, and is tho proscrip
tionofono of the oldest and bust female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Ask your physician and he will tell you
that Cascara is ono of the best Vegctablo
rcmodies for Dyspepsia, Constipation, and
Kidney dilllculties. It is freely used in the
preparation of Hops and Malt Bitters.
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule wo do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of ono that
really is a public benefactor, Bnd does
positively cure, then wo consider it our
rluty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.-
Excb. Sold nt fifty cents a bottle by Hsrry
The best and cheapest car starter is sold
by Borden, Selleck Ai Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Willi it one man cun move a loaded car. (6)
It is impossible to disguise the fact that
the Vegetable Compound prcpaircd under
the personal directions of Mrs Lydii E.Pink
ham, with the- superior science and art of
modern pharmacy, is the most successful
medicine for female debility, and diseases
Du. Kline's Gueat Neuvb Restokeb is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Scud to Ml Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
A. M. Dtvi.K, of O iljru'ous, Ga., say
that from ex; ri-'nee he knows "Sellers
Liver Pills" to be the best in use.
Ask your physician and he wilt tell ynu
that for all tonic properties whieh strength
en and invigorate, there is nothing known
in the vegetable kingdom eq'ial to bops.
They are a pomiuent ingredient in Hops
and Malt Bittejs.
l ucklen'ij Ariilca Salyc
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 give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
05 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Al.L ladies who may be troubled with
nervous prostration ; w ho mffer from organ
ic displacement; who have a sense ot
wearine.-s hpiI a feeling of lassitude; who
are languid in the morning; in whom the
appetite for fond is capricious and sleep at
proper hours uiitcrtaiu, should have re
course to Mrs. Pit.khum's Vegetable com
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all -kin .asea-es, tctter,sa!t rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, mrvous debility, and nil weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $". All
diuggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Phamiacy, S 15 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
O;ro by lime!)' Bros
Not a drink, not sold in bar-rooms, but a
reliable non-alchop.c ton'c medicine, useful
at all times, and in all seasons, is Brown's
Personal! To Men Onl !
The Voltaic IMt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Uelts and Electric Applicance o-i
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous DebiMt
Lost Vitality and Manh od, and kindred
tri'Ubh s. LMi:iranteeinir speedy and complete
restoration of health nl manlv vigor. Ad
dress us above, N. B No risk is incur
red, as Ihirty days' trial L' allowed.
PORT GRAPR WINE
Spkkk's oht Gkapk. "V1NK 1
FDirit YKABS OLD.
rplllH I'ICI. K ItUA'I'KO NAT! VIC WIN K Is iiih'Ia
1 from tJmJalrt' of tlm Oporto OrHpf. rlfil In
thin country. 11k tnviilnalilo tonic hikI rtri'iiiMh
enlin iifoirtii' ari' tiuiir'HNi'il liv any ntluT
MhiIvu Wlim. lMn tint piiro Julro of the Ornpo,
proilarotl tinilrr Mr. Spt'r'i own juthoiiiiI mipervl
nun, m purliv nml ui'iiiiiiK nuns, tiro iriinrHiitin'il.
Th'i vmintist chllil niiivr partak-i of lis ci ihtoiik
qiinllliiiK, nail llu woiiki't InvnllJ iu It to nrtvnie
t Hire It In pnrllcul nrlv liriiclli liil to Uiu sued nml
nVhMltutnd, nml Ktui"il to the various Hllmentii Hint
nll'i'ct the weaker sex. It Uluovery respect A
WINK TU UK HKI.IK1) ON.
8j)eer's l .!. Sherry.
Tho P. J.HIIKttrtV ls wlim of Superior rlmr
nctur and i Hrukimol lho rlr.b j iirvl ' t ! of tlm Kruim
frnmwh rh II- is minto Kor 1'urlty, KIchiii'M. KU
vm and Mcilli'lmil rrepurlio, It will ln found un
excelled. Sneer's I?. J. Krandy.
Tit I n tlUANPY niauds inirlvliid In this Country
tioliicfiir miperlor for mcdlclnut pai iiom'S. It l
piirodlHilllniliiii Irom tlm Krnpit, anil mniulna vl'
nahlo mi'tllcliml properlli'K. It lm dullcsln nj'
vnr, nlnillnrto ilnit of Ilia pnipin, from which It U
dlstllliid, iid m In iinml favor aiiimni llrn-i'l"""
fnmlllrit. bite that tho niKnaturii of At.FKKD
Ml' Kit It, l'aimlc, N. J., It over Uiu cork of fiu'h
Hold By PAUL eCIITJU.
AND BY ALL DltUGUlHTS KVEKYWUIiKB.
i- a til M
A Nuw ma uompiHta U itul, froiiting on l.:vr
Second mill Idiilruud tUn-til,
Th I'ttHMitifer f) pot of tftu Clilc.iicn, St. I,ou
unr .w Orlititim: Illinois Coutral; W almi-h, St.
Loulu ami I'arlilc; liuu .Motmiitiu utnl K.mllicru,
Molillcaml Ohio; I'airo ana St. Louis Huiiwnyv
aru all Just acrona Urn atrout; wuile tlieHlKHinliu.il
LalKltLK Ik hut onu ajuuru illctnnl ,
Thin Ildlul I heated hy lam, hii Meaiii
Lauudry, Hydraulic hlevator, Kluttrlc (' li llul;
Automatic Klrc-Alarma. Hatha. almolnU'ly pure a r
porlKolHuwvniu'f and uimpli'te appnliaini'iux
Superb furtnabliii;; perfect aervlce; and au no
I . V. I'AltliKH .V C't ..tjH.
A? AV y7v r J
r-ry FJ'ANK TiOMI'V,
AOKNT rnit TDK HAI.K UP
R A X J V li S I Y. A M EN'O I N'K
'w )i CuUkDsc Engine
and Marine Enuincs
KX(iINES A M'FX'ULTY.
FARM ESUISRS, M ACHIXIs IV
TOOLS. MAfiAlt A
ST F.AM riJMl'i
AND .M,(!!IN1 IIV
OF ALL KINDS, PKIl
Pulleys and Geticrai m:; p!i s.
Ni. 1.11, North Tlilnl Street,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS IIZSJ:
VUm, nml will (viiuli'tlychani.'i. tho lilood inllii'fn
I in vhImiii in Ihri-n uiiiihIik. Any Tinli will Uik
1 pillmrh niiihtfrntn 1 ( lKwrckomnr Ik n-lnri 'l
lM!.rttind hftlth, if mien ft tlnnir 1m pnNnil.Jt.. Snlil pv
orywlipre, or unnt !y tujiil for H h!0'r t mipt . S.
Jua.NBUN t Lu., Uutitun, Mukb., (unuurly liai.or, Mo.
N.nlilnll in in" world iiiimI " V.
rouwol s.m.iIiiIu. roni Iluiu, 1,-nvr. n ! Sutt", V;
u it iul lil......u I'. . ..ill I tiAi ilF 1.-
Ainj' tl'i', lmal Colii'llnl", tlii'l l. ftliHin
PJiii--i. II ntnr Imh. All clnuW ii't
fit founir- iwe krrirri i-ll It. II. ffllfra
k I ft.. PlM,,- eitt-lHinjIi. nil V-TT
SL! ft ft J. BP
(:iiili'.i-ai ixll,..-iii'i'p. . in. mi" i't en1 sim; nvnlui' i i teiiiv
inil'i fr ' t liivi-iiin'iil "I s n 1 1 1 1 ":m r in intdiiiliiarm
GRAIN. PRCV1SSSHS & S f GCKS
lw.il iiwt'ilierwl 1 1 lien, it il" in-u 1. 1 1 hi 1 1 ti'.'iul ill llm
dull. It) In IIkiihT t. I'-.Im. li- ' i .i. I lit. .J 1 1 i , U. l:i.'-
pntlnnriiH'mlliiiiKr,.l "ii . li li . Minn-' fluriioli,
niln'lll 'li!,', noliilJ- M", IHIM .il.il'l. . . ! lil'le "I
rilnii.'it mhiiIi"! in r''' I" ii. f I"1 l"'l;'' ' 'iiel'lis
lix'nnt'"'V I iri-nliir M-i,i, i.T". A'liri' k I! II. Im.miaU.
iCo., i;t h IM LNiik)i.'ii.,i:ulcAM, lu..
li i;;!' lM(Kl . C-vu;-,
SV'lioU'fiU-i l) ;. lt; U. . ;
Il 'f-' VY 'I'll t:.VH laDOU T'i v, ", , M
P':ivi:i") Fou Siitl'i'iNU
Ol V I;')Utl'1 il OlKH.'titltV.
o f kk: ir, :
Cor,T)vel('ih Street ami Iw&t
ihEm"?wS!P catalooob poji
lHa BEN J FREE to nnv wMivh, 180 lllnj.
SnLVFB p'riSf .,iEA8S OfMAM
BiLVR and REED imilruiueula, togKher
wall full Initrui tlon. for formlnK llndi,U.
full in HMll l..ull.....l . , " '
WHAT and HOW to purchano! tttrmi for
jol. or .liver pl.tiin, re,irlnK, 4c. Will alao
ii t,:t' '" Iixni M"1 Orchutr
THt ROOT A SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAGQ.IU
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in.
jurcd by worthless imitations. J"he
Publio aro cautioned againBt buy
ing Plastors having similar sound
ing names. Soo that tho word
C A FC I N-E is correctly spelled,
Aro tho only improvement ever
mado in Plasters.
Ono is worth moro than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positirely euro whore othor
remodiCB will not oven roliovo.
Prico 25 cents.
Eewaro of cheap Plasters mado
with lead poisons.
M.mnfacuirltig Clii-miita, Kw Vork.
A" "V"nriri!r..uKiv at i.Vr. I'HwsartS;
M LAD'S Modlcated CORN and BUNION FUSTcR.
INJECTION', U anoaltivn cura ffirnll DiBcharma.
ttinuii'rf. fe.nartlti und PiunftiJ SHnantions of tho
P CI nfl Pr bottle. For utile by all dmif
Li I .".-wVv H'Sti. or H'int bv Kxiti-hb on ro-
f",;ti,l i r'ro JOHN B. PiVHK BUNS.
i,J! 1 , , :md 177 3v'.htooretlt. CINCINNATI,
.Jr O'aiO. Pltiuio tauuuoa tlili vapor.
017 St. Charles Stroct, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A resrular GnuliiHln of two nietllf.'ll
rn!i t;i -. Ins lil'i'li Iiiiil'it t il K Iff'll III lite Irfnt
inrtil f 'lu-onir, Norvoui", l Uin unci
Hlo.i.l JUsin'i.'s th'tti tin v uilu r nlit kIi'Ihu In
M. Louis, nt cllv luii'ir' --llow iiinl nil olil rnil
ili'iils ktinw. oikiiIi.iII.iii at otlii'iMir liy ninll,
Itii' nml luvlti'il. . t'tlcii'llv it I k or tils opinion
rusts nothltiir. Whin II U fticnivt'tilt'tit tovlslt
lite i lly l"r lr.'iiliiii iit, iiinln Inrs can lioscnt
liy iiittll or i xpri'-s i-vcrvH licrc n r:i tl lan'n
triiir;iut'.-,l ; when- (Imilit exists U is frankly
t-1 -i I t nil or Wrllf.
Ntvoud Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Piiysical Weakness, Mercurial and other
aiu . 'I'iroat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Bloody Toisonin?, Skin Affoc-
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-woiked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is si'lf.fn Mi'nl that n plivslrlmi pnylni;
pnrlli'ttlar iitli'titloii to a cltiss iit'ciisi s nttiihis
m'' nt skill, ami I'hy ii'i:ius in ri tiuliir pi iirtlcu
i.li ovir tlm I'otiniry kuowliiK tliU rri'iifiilly
rri'iiiiitin'iiil rusi'sM llic olili'sl ollifi' In Ani'Tlrii
w Iiiti rvrry known tippliani't' Is ri'sorlril to.
anil Hip j,i:ov,'il (r' ' I l't'iii.-iiirH of all
!i'i ami I'oitntrlrs air un d. A wlmli' house Is
ttsi'il 1. 1 1-. tin-.- pun s, nml till nri' trtatril with
Kklll In H ri'spii'ti'iil i n ;in in r ; mill, knowing
what to ilo. no cxpi-ri nii'iits ai-i' tiiHilr. tin hi'
t'oiiu. oi iln trin: ii ii in l r tipplylnu, tlm
rhauis am ki pt low. ufti ii lowr tliatt Is
ili in iiiili 'l liv oilit rs II' you M i-tiii' lhi skl'l
anil ui't .'i sp.'i "ly ami pi t lirl JiiV- ctirc, Ihatls
lh" iiiip'ii'lanl imi I lit. I';.li.'ili I. ii pugt'b,
tint lo any uililrms Ini'.
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Kli'irtnit i-lolh tin. I till lilii'llni;. Hi'tilfil for fiO
f. tiH lu po.t.i'.'i' or i iirri'tii v- t)M f II H v won-
liTllll pl'll plrtlircs. It'll,' to III'"' . arlll'li'sol! tho
iiillon Inir Mil'lfi-ts. M ho tuny marry, who not;
hvV I'rupi'r in;,' lo mum . Who nmrry lirsl.
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'li'iulil ii 'iri t . Ilinv 1 It',- .-"ii'l hiippliii-.s tuny lut
tt""-. a nl. Ths" miii rinl or " "I'li'iui'liillnii
I'.aiMlnu sn, nt, ri'.i'l II. it oiiuht tulii' ri'iid
ny all ti'litlt pi r-nii-. thi'U ki pt uinli r lork anil
ki'y. ri'i'iil ir i illiliiii. -iiiiii' nsiiliinc. Imt pniwr
fiivr an. I lino pagi ii, i'o i'i uu, liy until, In tnoiiujr
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Tone, Touch, Workmanship
WfU.Un KVAfiE CO.,
Nop. 4,Hiii aw, Wuct btiltlmote Htroct, Ultl
mom. .No. lij, Fifth Avunue, Nuw Vork.
ajThonest OFFEIt !
If you a't fir.korsl'tnir, tm muttiT what the com
p Hint, vrltii to iisnnri wi- will nbiiiI yonloti trial ore
of our lurxu KLKCThO MKLU'ATMi 'AI)8, pro
viili'tl you i:..n to pur lor it If It ctin.s vou. II It
tlm i not, it ( out you unthlnif to trv It. book, etc,
kWiuk lull l'Hrtii iiUr, lrc. Aiidr. ru
KLKCTHO PAU MP'G CO.,
Brooklyn, S T,
$10 to 20,000
In iHcliimalc JikIIcIdiih iipncuiatlun In (irtiln, l'ro
vtriiiiiin inid MorkKon our pt ircrti'd plan, yleldj
nipi niniiihly iir'lltH lo line,; tmi tniHll Invtvtors.
Adtr-eH f .r full pnrtiruliirx. It K KentlnH & Co,
tlom'u Murtbtmts, 177 4 1711 1. balls t, OiitSKO HI
Y(lll(i l "you wttm I" li'uniTeli-irra.
1 VLi,u phv Ina I'nw imiiiihK, mill ha
ciiruui of a Kittiftlioi), atld'rvf Valuiillliu llrouiurt,
Jnncuvillu, S .
,4 IiVK'tTI-sElt hy atl.lr- hIii Cl!v.. p. UOW-
KI.l. CO , in Sprncu Btrti'l, N.-w Vork, can
limru tin? unci i'oki ol any proponed llni" of advtir
tlalni; In Amuriran mittiipapcri". 1 It D-paire
puniphkt.'iV. v h
NtH' Al' KM ISKMfcNTS.
WORTH SJCNDIM.i- FOR.
Pr. J. It. snilJNt K, of I'liilndrli hia him pah
llphfil a l)o"ik on "ll-?aii of the I.tinn and How
Tht'TCiin he rnnil," vhi h lutflurid 'frmi, pint
pit i it loan appllrauta. II coDlalim valuable 'Infor
mation IW till who niiprir.Ho tbemi'H.Vf atlllctttil
with, or liahlo to. ant tllii RKti of ill" thrnal or
lfli'lju. .iI(Im'h UK. J. II. MCHENilK A, SON
M Arch St , rhlltiitelpbla, I'.i. I'. t. II ix .'M;l.
AS0N & HAJILLjf
iaren; talnlv Ix-nt, Viavtuii been
ifiiii n ii
J . v, S , i i . . ....... .. I ; .
i uM rfi'ii ir. cvury vTKiv worm a
ll.rii:,iMU'lllIJll HIT PI-
tuen TcarK . no othrr AniiJi'iCnn r.'ann lmuiii been
lou d Mill l t nny. Alai rhuitlK'Kl. Style Id!) : SHi
octuv.f ; Milllcinut t.oii.pii".H mnl power, with bent
quality, for popular eiu'rt'd and recular nitt-lc in
ai hool or iMtni.lcr, at only $tt. n,e htitittrt'd oth
er aivli'H at Wtii $57, (ii'l. US, f i:t, WIOh, JIM lo
J.VI" and up. Tlw lar!t:r alyle are wholly unri
valed hy any otlur orcntie. AIho for euity pay
menu '' i lui t rtvti-al tataliiKiiD ftw.
1)1 4 T . i Th.B Co" " any l aw c m rnenced
I I A ; 1 l'h nBiiuf"ciurmiMiprlt;lit grand
I'iniioii, liitroiiurirn iniportant
linprovtM-nti ; addiuy to tltvpow'r .t d tu auty of
ton,- timl iliiiahillty. Will not r:t. in tniilni! one
quarter n mucU a othur i'l'Mion. Milflraled Cir
Hot M M) Jc II A Vf LIN Orcan and I'iano Co.,
l.M Tr' tnoiit 1 1 . Hiiiui; 4ti E ll:u m., New Vork;
111! MlllmMl AVi! , I lltChJfl).
r dllCill ioliill.
PKNNS V LVAMA Military ACADEMY
niiKtsTKH. Slat yeir oitrtia September 13th
"-'New lliillditiuc Supurlor ai'coinniodutloua.
Appointment r' inph-tn, I'l tlii. Collt(!ialo,
Chetnlral, 1 v 11 K.ti'.'itie.-rlt'g en iri""'K. Deitri-O't
Coiili'rrwl. Applv t W. V. Halliilav, Katl.. patron
tittrn, 111., or to CUL. THKO. HYATT, West.
OF EVERY KIND CHEAPER THAR EVER.
Emeu, Shot Gun, Revolver, Ammunition,
i'lHhiiifr Tni'kUn, So i no, Net, Ktiivtm,
Kaorn, Mlcutea, llauimuvk, tr.
Lar(,e lllastr'itoit (atiiliijfue HI EE.
yVr 1 r 1 rem
GREAT Vv'ESTERN GUN WORKS,
WAM TED I LmlUs anil Ocntlemen, toenifitTO
with ns iu hi'II Kvver'il lisfful Iloiiaeliiild
Arttt lo. rroflta lur)e l.alior Is IlRlit.
Kxt'lustve ti-rrltury Riven. No eompctltlon.
Terms li : .nil. Circulars FKKE. AddreBa
llewltt aanufiirt'n ( o., Ilns MIS, Pittiburidi, Fa.
SwedUTi Tasoct Powder Kills
f erra ugs
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tlioroi.plily exterminate Ho'iehea, Antu,
Pel Pin:a, l l,vn, I.li ",T(iliftiToiiiiiH'oitoiiVorniH,
Moth, etc. It iaaiifp, ("tiro, cletinly ami eheap. It
will not poison tuiliauUor fowU. Ham pie pack
Hies by mail ill cents, post-pnM, Puimps tnkeu.
i'lrciiliir ftic, AtfotttH Wantil. Ad'IreM,
J.H.JOHNSTON. Plttabargh. Pa.
pjh'ioi all kinds forsalo very cheap.
HIJupiaioRues rreo. A.iurtxs, RICHflRU
S I HULL & CO. Box 868, ritteburgh, ft,
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BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Applloncei art tent on 30 Dayi' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UM2 OR OLD,
ro an mitffi'liiir from Nanvmn Iniiit.rTY,
y I.OUT VlMI.ITY, I.A''K Of Nvhvh FuRi a KI)
Vlllillt, W AKTINO WRAItNlf-WKK, unilnll llllllip (Uli'H."i
or a 1'khional NAi't uK r''iiill Inif frnm Aim.'iik mid
t iTHKtt t i'K. Hi'wiv ii'iii'f nn I intiili'ie wu
nitiiiii i'i llHAi.rii.Viiioiiaiiil Mamiih DtirHAVTKVD.
Thv Ki'un'l.'Kt ilim-iivM-y ol Uin Mi"U'.'iilli Cimturjt.
B,mil al ourv f"i lllimti'iiUd 1'iunplili't (rua. A.ldrvH
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MASSHMl, MICH.
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