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THE DAILY CAIKO JHJLLETIN: SUNDAY MOUNINiJ, NOVEMBER 5, ISS2.
TUB CAIBO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot Habionption.
Dallf ona year by carrier $13 0)
(i per cunt, discount It paidln advance.)
Olll v.onuyear - y mall . 10 0C
Daily. ono moutt ... , I Ml
Weakly, one year 8 )
Weoljr. (I months 1 OH
IVi'lulis of flvo or mom fur Wuekly iiullnlia at
onetime, pur yvar.fl 50
All Conimuulcalluiii mould hit addreaid to
Puhllsbor aud Proprietor.
The Living of Tarmen.
Mtiny hut) mid iiinro women object to
living ou fiirniH beeuusu tint ft toil oiler
ed in fami-hoiise h nut its desirable! as
that found ou tiiblun in villages and cit
ies. Thnro U no good reasnii why as
excollt'tit food ran not be nflVmlod on
farms as in lure towns. Most farmers
might live well 111111 be at no more ex
penso than they ure at present. Most
of the. articles that pertain to good liv
ing are or can be prodneed on farms
with very little trouble or expense. The
water allorded by springs and deep
wolls is superior to that !iiplir.J by the
Bervieo pipes in cities. Fresh butter,
pure milk, and newly-laid eggs can all
times bo obtained, and these deservedly
rank anion;; luxuries. They aro arti
cles generally hard to obtain in large
towns, even by persons of wealth. At
most times in the year there are fowls
lit to bo killed as occasion may remiire.
During the spring there is veal, and dur
ing the summer and fall lamb, for frvfch
meat. If a farmer has an ic-htre it
is comparatively easy to have a supply
of fresh meat of home production, a
largo proportion of the time. Fresh
fish are, of course, difficult to obtain
unless a farmer has a tish-pond or lives
near a river. Ho can, however, have
salt and smoked fish as often as they
may be desired to form a change in the
ordinary bill of fare. As to Ibnir . and
meal ami all kinds of prepared g'raiu,
they are as easily and cheaply obtained
in the country as in the city. The like
is true in relation to tea, coffee, sugar,
and all other kinds of groceries.. T he
articles above enumerated constitute
nearly all the substantial things that
pertain to good living.
Fiiio. fruit, fresh from the tree, bush,
or vine, is one of the most essential ele
ments of good living. This can be had
in abundance by all farmers who live in
most of the states of the union. It can
be produced as cheaply as any kind of
food and is vastly more wholesome ami
nutriciotis as well as more palatable
than most of the article found on far
mers' tables. A small plot of land will
produce all the strawberries, gooseber
ries, red, white and black currents that
any family can consume during the sea
son of their ripening, aud enough to
supply them with canned fruit during
the balance of the year. As to gmpes
they are as easily and cheaply raised as
potatoes and are adapted to a large
number of purposes. During at least
three months they will supply tie? table
with a most delicious and wholesome
article of food which is relished by per
sons of all ages. As a breakfast dish
grapes are unsurpassed. As table or
naments they are the couals of flowers.
They are excellent when vanned or
when made into pies and Jelly. me
can be made of those that are not quite
fair enough to supply the table or mar
ket, and vinegar can be made of those
that are (jiiite inferior. Hy taking pains
with their preservation, thej may be
kept in a fresh state till the winter holi
days. In this latitude no kind of fruit
is more easily produced than the early
Ilichmond eherrv. The trees come into
bearing unite earlv and are vcrv orodui
tive. The trees are ornamental as well
as useful. In nearly every state in the
union some variety of peach, plum, and
pear does exceedingly well. As to up
pies, thev will grow anvwherc that
corn will mature, and in mauy sections
beside. In all the northern Males and
territories cranberries and blueberries
rati be raised with very little trouble r
expense. With all these fruits at his
command no farmer can afford to set a
Next to lino fruit, lino vegetables add
as much as anything to the essential
part of good living. It i singular, how
ever, that, while they are always found
on taiiles in towns and cities, they aro
seldom seen on the table. of well-to-do
farmers in the west. Nearly all farm
ers raise comm m potatoes, cabbages,
beets, and onions, but the lit of ct;t
tables extend little further thau these
They have im a-pan 'is leitmv, lad
islies, g.:-i'anl, ' .!' s or pie
plant. Thev have ;i "l':"-.--' of two el
creeii peas and a f-w -.tri't :-K-i.. l-o
no at'.rmpt 1- nr'.-M,- ..
of them rim-log fi ' 'Hie
have no l.it'ia b--.- m i i-r r
good bush-1'!'."!. ( : 1 1. ha
no sweet potatoes, and very poor toina
toes and cucumbers. Many farmers
raise no pumpkins, and aro at no pain
to raise squashes for use during the
winter and spring. If they raise tur
nips, thev are of the varieties that are
only lit for stock food. No water-cress
is found in any of the springs or streams
on the farm, and no grape-vines nour
ish on the high places that, are valuable
for the production of little else. Com
paratively few farmers raise melons,
tbourrh they will crow with very little
. trouble. In short, farmers deny them
selves most of the cheap luxuries of life
that they might enjoy to an extent that
no other class of persons can for so lit-
tlo labor or expense. They seem to
tnink that great skill is remurcu 10 pro
duce fine fruit and vegetables, while- in
point of fact they nro raised as cheaply
as most Held crops. They insist on eat
ing lanro quantities of pork on the score
of economy, while it is actually one of
the most expensive articles of food at
present prices. It will pay any farmer
who lias a eonsiitcrablo family to em
ploy one man to raise fruit auil vegeta
bles lor uie suppiy 01 111s own laoie.
A Snn Francisco barber has mciW
tho pledge for these reasons: Ho was
tirst, arrested for inebriety: of the .;()
which ho gave the statiou keeper he got
Ifl DUCK; 101 ms imrusu lie was nueu
810 and costs; while going homo a boj
beggar got his last uiiuu on huso pro
tenm.. mid when he reached his lodir
ingn ho was clubbed and rearrested us a
burglar, because of Ids dilapidated ap
iieartitico, the result of a neat's sojourn
The Rearing of Children-Laws of Marrlaga-Bs.
lief in Immortality.
In the Anthropological Section of the
Dritish Association Mr, V. Donney read
u paper 011 'vioino Customs of the Ah
engines of the Kiver Darling. New
South Wales." Tho lecturer described
in Home detail tho customs of tho peo
ple with respect to tho rearing and
training of children. The dillicuTty of
maintaining them led to the practice of
exposure, but those infants who were
permitted to survive were treated with
kindness, and much care was bestowed
on their training. The eoiilinenient of
women was effected with great speed,
and little ceremony, the shelter of a
tree being sullicieut for tho purpose.
The people were divided into two
castes, who were kept rigidly apart
from each other; the children followed
the rank of tho mother. The laws reg
ulating marriage were very strict, ami
were rarely infringed. At tho age of
11) boys underwent a formal initiation
into manhood, which was accompanied
with painful ami disagreeable ceremo
nies, and which tho youths did all thev
could to avoid. They were smoked til-
mosl to sullocation, a tooth was fre-
ijiicntly drawn, and other suffering in
llicted. Children were called tho names
of animals, reptiles, birds, of fishes.
The youth were frequently betrothed
neiore initiation, and had great liberty
of choice; the feelings of tho maidens
were little consulted, and they often
knew nothing of their future husbands.
Hut marriages were generally happy,
and family affection was very strong.
although in tho presence of strangers
they were shy of making any external
manifestations. As a rule a man had
only one wife, though some were allow
ed to have two. Iu the case of sickness
the patient aud his friends displayed
great sorrow ami melancholy. Wtien
any one died his name was not men
tioned for long afterwards. This prac
tice was founded on feeling nnd not on
fear. They had a belief in a future life,
and that they would after death go to a
land beond the skies, w here they could
eat of the llesh and drink of the blood
of ducks and animals, and enjoy other
sensual pleasures. He had lived among
this people and gained their confidence
as no other European had. It was a
mistake to suppose that tho Australian
aborigines were only of one raco and
tribe. There were, in fact, many tribes
in Australia, differing widely from each
William Enslon, a native of Cam
bridge. England, after having amassed
a large fortune iu Charleston, S. C.
died recently, leaving $'-100,000 to be ap
plied to the building of an hospital in
Charleston for old and intirm persons.
l5efore his death he had frequently re
ferred to a similar institution in his
native city, and bad expressed a w ish
that the Charleston hospital should be
patterned after it. In order to carry
out this wish, the Minor of Charleston
deputed a committee of gentlemen to
visit Cambridge and inspect the hospi
tal; and the English papers speak of
their visit to Cambridge recently, and
their tour of inspection.
It may be observed that no attempt is
made to bunt up out of the way or unknown
places to find unmes to endorse Simmons
Hod. Alexander IT Stephens,
John W. Heck with, Bishop of Gi.,
General Juo. It. Gordon, U. S. Senator
Hon.Jno. Gill Shorter, ex-Governor of
Hcv.Divid Wi Is, D. D., Presided Ogle-
Jlishop Pierre, ol Georgia,
Judge J .is .Tickson, Supreme Court, Ga.
nd did splice and time permit we could
till a volume with the Highest testimonials,
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
f your rest by a sick child suffering and
cryinjjwith the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth t It so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. inslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtf used it, who will not tell yon
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
Rixl pive rest to the mother, aud 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.
tnicKii'ii s. Arnica Salve
The 15.:st Salve in the world for Cuts.
finiises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, fetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. . Price
25 cents per box. For sulo.by Geo. E
"Sinco taking 'Dr. Linleey's Blued
Scarcbfr' that old sore of mtno Is entirely
cured." Sold by all druggists.
To enumerate the miraculous cure
wrought by " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup"
would fill a volume. Its cures are mar
velotis. Price 23 cents.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound strengthens the stomach and kid
neys and aids digestion.
J "By asking too much we may lose
tho little that we had before." Kidney-
Wort asks nothing but a fair trial. This
given, it feurs no loss of laitli in its virtues.
A lady writes from Oregon: "For thirty
years I have been afflicted with kidney
complaints. Two packages of Kidney-
Wort have dono mo more good than all
tho modicino and doctors I have had be
fore. I belitvo it is a sure euro.
Soo a woman in another column, near
Spoor s Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the uso of invalids' wckly
persons and the agod. Sold by Druggists.
The IIowo scales havo all the latest ira
provements. It is true economy to buy
tne best. Dotden. Bollock & Co., agents
St. Louis, Mo. 18)
Sproat'H Retail Ice llox.
Coiisunieis of ice are notified that for
heir convenience I have built a largo Ico
box uii Eighth street iu Cundiffs store whore
a in iinv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My cm turners will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just tho same as by drivctsof wagons, tf.
American Institute on Piu-ft Cirape Wine.
The President and a Commitico from the
Farmer's Club, of the American Institute,
have visited Sneer's Vineyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grape
Wine ol Altrrd hpcer, of New Jersey, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in the selection of wiues for
convulcscent patients. The principal hos
pitals 111 New lurk have adopted this wine.
It is for sale by Paul Schuh. lmo
I"-"Fast. biilliant and fashionable aro
the Diamond Dve colors. One tiaf-kiiin
colors 1 to 4 lbs. of goods. 10 cents for
D11. KmK's Cheat Nkhvk Hestohkr is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All (its stopped free. Foud to 9,51 Arch
street. Philadetniii, Pa.
Dope and Malt tiittets is the best com
bination of remedies for the cure of Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Constipation and
other troubles niis'.ri from a rlisorded
stomach or inactive liver. It is purely
vegetable auh contains nothing that can
t ree of Charge.
All persons eutf riiiL' from Coiiihs. Colds.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection of the 'Throat and Limi'S. are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery tor Consumption, tree ot
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle ill do. Call early. (3)
In countries where malaria is prevalent,
or where the climate is subject to sudden
changes should be found in every house
Brown's Iron Hitters.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
uf generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Hard ay Eros
Personal! To MeuOuU!
The Voltaic licit Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic l'clts and Electric Applicance o'i
trial for thirty days to men (youug or old)
who are ntllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. H No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Old far-hlonahle rcmlti-p am rapidly Rlvlnc
eroiinn before th adviinrp of tlilx rnuiiuerliiit "le
cltlc. nui old fsiditonoil Id mis In retard to (I pic
Hon an a niPttus 0 euro, have'bi'oii nuiia I'tpludod
bv thu turevsf of thu irri'Ki reliovnut, which tomm
tint nynteni. tranipilllw Urn ner'(. nuntrnllsu
innlarla, dcpurmes met elirlrhe t lie hlond, roue
thu livr whi n duuiiant. and promote a rrKUlur
hnlilt of hndv.
For Mlu by lill Drupelets ami Doilem generally
V&TR. KLINE'S GREAT
iit NfcRV HE8TQRF.R
W lr oil llllAIN AND N KH R
DlSIKKK. OSI V I' UK I I I f Mil Nfrve Arm)-
no. t-'n. !!! r.i'Y.Mi' 1M Al l. lill, K iftko
111 diriHitcii, .YMAVfiieVfT fitKttlity'rwr, Tri-atui A
ti trial bottU fri'Mo i'lt l'nii,tlic.y 'uiH'xprn
ubargHi on bui.wlini riplvea. Snd iihiuv p.P.O iiil
viprullrriotmirifi in l'K M.l.M,,'.'.M An t
St..Fllllai' " .V Imwtitt Uttrar uf Vumi
United States Mutual Accident
ASSOCIATION, 1)11 niJOAOWAY, X.Y.
Vi.0:m Ai clilent liifunmro
th M'cekly ludeitiuliy
Mi) in horn hi I) fen. l, Ail
mini runt 1 limn 4pt. Wriln
rur rlrciilur and RpiiH''
lion Plunk Kuropeiui per
f. II. l'BKI'(of rlnuorn. Pul Co ), 1'ren'nl
.1. It. PI I'CHttH. heeiutiirv.
Send for a nle.lnro of Mu. Lanutiiv; mallml fruo
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
CHEsTKH. Slut inr npn Seplnmher IH'h
New Untitling. Superior aeeommodntlon.
Alipolntniunt roiupleto. KukIIkIi, Colliitlaiu.
Clliillllial, t'lvll Klli:Hiierln cuirnea. l)i",(ieii
Conlerrud. Al'I'lyloW. P. lliillblay, Kan., paltou
Cairo, III., or to COI,. TUKO. HYATT, l'rent.
INJKCl'Iorf, la aponltlvo cur for all l)icharirt,
Btltitrlntr. Bmaetiim nnd Piilnnil BuiiHnlion of Ilia
KmSKtLKKKk I' I lUlUJUIaUllMW
(CI O Q par bottln, J'orenlnhy all dm
1 i - - or pant by Kaproa on ro.
trTTituf prlia, JOIIN D. PAHIC 80NB,
17S and 177ByrnmorBt UlNCJlHNAl'l.
OHIO. PUaaamauUou till vapor. A
IftIA ft Fe
New and uompieto Hr.tol, frontluR on l.cvoi
hvcoud unii KutlruuJ btreutr,
Til TuBfenrtr Di-nnt of Ihft l.'lilrk.rn. St. T.iinU
vt .ew Orlean: Ililnoin Cm rural: Wabafb. r-t.
I-oiil und I'acllk; iiUU Muuuiaiu and huutlierD,
Mubile anil Ohio: l air.i 111.4 Hi. I.oiiin lfuii!i'.n
am all Jut acrnc the clreel; whlla thu Sluaiubuai
Lund li. k l but oiir miuaro distant,
Thin Hotel la boated by Hleam. has "team
Laundry, ilvdiuullc Kluvatur, Klec trie Call liel.a
Automatic Firu-Alarma. liutli. ahmilutulv uure a.r
perlect ni'erai;u and lumpleto aiiiiiiliiliiienm.
puLeri) mri inLliiijH; porleci lutvlco; ami an un
Tj. 1. I'AHKKK .V CO. ,J ..oa
c 5 w
h 5v pr
AGKXT roil TIIK 8 ALB Of
IiAX T K i: S TEAM KN(1 1 NTE
and Marino Engines
F.NUIXES A SPKCUI.TV.
KAK.M EXG1SKS MACHINISTS
OF ALL KINDS, HFJlTNTi,
Ml A K IT NO,
I'lillcVH am! Gcni'Viil SnpjilicH.
No. Ml, North Third .Strom,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLSM
IHwmI, and wilt rnmplelply cbanjre tho blood in the en
tironyntrmtii lhreiiiimllu. An pmnonnhowilllak
1 pillemh night from 1 In lit ei'kmy ho rmtnrerl
tonniind honltli, if mieb Ihinir )ii penHihln. M11M rv
orywhere, or Kent li mail (or M leltiT tnrap. 1 H.
JuUNauN 1 1 o., UukIuii, Mum., loruiorly Uliur, Me
('lulls uiiitm thi1 mhm's. iiHunsol iimKiitpT n'iUr ni"in hly
iriiiisfr'tn InviMnrnUni It KHnf tllOtinr ntorcdniHtitf iu
GRAIN, PROVISIONS' STOCKS
In il mh'iiiIkT eel the lieiieiii nl cniiinnnl iiiilnl uf thu
CI11I), 10 to UK) por will, Dul.li'ti.lK huiI Pimiii hly. K
IMirtMiif iiin'mlliilix vent nieh 11111 0 r. (Sliiuv 4 111 inch,
reilivm il'le, iiiiiiaMiilii, irtnisleni'ile, A P'Hulile nf-
relllll'lll WHIlleil III I'V'TJ I.IU'II. P Hvinl lluhll I'llll'lltH,
Kxi'laimlnrv ('ireiiliiieiit Iri1. A'Mn - li li.Kl.NbAU.
UCu., 1" k LuSuiiu I.U., clllOAiio, 111.
PROriUKTOR OF SI'KOAT'S PATENT
Wholewnlo Uoaler in loe.
ICKPYTHK CAU LOAD Oil TON, W KIT
rfiRKD FOH SHIPPINO
Oat' I.oucIh u Spefialtv.
Cur', Twelfth Street and
NEW 90-p. riAND CATALOGUE FOH
1885 8ENT FREE to any ildnT 180 m.
tn'vla '".SSf BRAB8, OtHMAM
SILVER and HEED luHtrunmnta, Ut;tber
lib full Initrui tiom for forming Banla,dl.
Tlfllllfl Hail la..lA.....I.. J.r.
11 o B0W P11"" i '""' t"
iui, repairing, c. WHIalui
"7'i''d.",lre?' our onU Orctuxtrt.
THE HO0I A SONS WUSIC CO;. CHICAGO 111
Reasons Why tUcy are Vrefeired to All
Other Porous Planters or ExteroaH
Becanae they poeioaa all the merit of tha
treugthenlriK porous planter, and contain in d
ditiou thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acts with In
creased rubefacient, stimulating, sedatim tui
couuter Irritant eflects.
Beraaae ther are a pennine nharmacentlcal oreo
aration, aud no recognized by thu profeadion.
Tiecanso they are thu only ulutters that relleva
aiu at once.
Becauoo they will positively cure disease wblcb
other remedies will nut even relieve.
Because over WOO pliyeicinns and drug(rlstBbave
Toluntarily testified that they are auM:rior to all
other planters or medicines fur external uoo,
Bcsne the manufacturers hare received tts
only medais ever given for porous platters.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, New Yoi'
ARUItli liC.YiEOY AT IAiST. Pnce Mcta.
1 MFAIVS Medicated CORN sr.it BUNION PUSTEfc
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. rKirular Oruilnum of two inedlrnl
Ciillete-, Iihs heen ImiiriT i llCdKed In the treat
ment of ( ),ro 11 ii , N'.tvomh, h lsiii ami
Jlloo.l Dlsea-es 111 ill niiY other phvnlelaii In
St. l.oni. as eitv pupen 5buv it 1 1 I nil old resi
dents know. ( oiimiIiiiUuii 11I olliruor bv mail,
flee ninl Invite. I. A friendly talk ir 111'-upinlnii
Costs imtlltllV. When II 1 llll'illivelltellt tovlslt
the city fur treatment, liieillelnes rail be sent
by mall or expiss everywhere. in alile i a-i"i
tii.iraiiieeil: where dmilit exists It i frankly
stated. Call or Writes
JN'tvous rrostration, Debility Montal anrl
Physical" Weakness, Mercurial anil other
affections of Throat, Skin and BoneB, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poiwninkjnjlffec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marriage. Rheumatism, Tiles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES recoive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences. Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a phv-lelan paying
particular attention to a elu-s m eases attains
Kreat skill, and pllvsleians in reiMihir praetlee
all over the eounirv knnwlnit this, fn iiiieiilly
reeoniiuenil en-es to the 11M1 s i ltiee In Ain-rlea,
where every known appliance Is resin ted to,
SMil the proved irooil r.'itif-lli' of all
iiL'es anil eountrles are ued. A w hole house i
u-e,l (- nitiee puri'o-es, ii 1 1.1 all are treated with
fk .l hi a respeetfiil nianiiir: and. knowing
what In do. no experiments are iniide. On ne
i i t "i" irreat number applying, tho
ili.i.. ,t low. often '.nwir tbiin is
di'iiiamleii i.j mliers It miii secure the skl'l
and pet a spee.lv and pen. el lis- cure, thai Is
the lini'tant Inalter. I nliiphiel, M puKi'S,
sent lo any address free.
. I PAGES,
Klcirant cloth and pilt idnrttnu. Pealed for 50
cents in postage or eurreiiry. larr llity won
'erful pen pictures, true to life articles on tha
follow nit Milieets. Who may marry, w ho nut:
whvr Proper live Ionian. Who marry tlrst.
jlaiihoii'l, Voniaiihf,"(l. I'ln -leal .teeny. V ho
xhntild uiar.-v. 1.1, r.v life ,ni. happluex may he
ilicreaseil. Th"'e tea; i I'd or -.i-tiiiiMli1 init
1'iarrvlne should read it. It oimht In he read
nv ail adult persons, then kept under lock ami
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Vj(UI'J in!-.. In i ,il -r. n:ilii'., .'.injur li.iie..,
Its Itclicf ami Cure t'ortiiin iw day follows day by Dr. J. A. Sliet man's Method,
With rafetyfrom tin' Uamwrs of strain, tiliitioi) mul wl - limn the Injury tritKKe li.llxt. Thosa wlahlnir
proof rhnillrt send ID ceiitu lor Ilia hook, contalnlnn Ilk 'iiu-ai-s or h il caaea In fore and litter cure, s'so
tiidomeineiita of profeanlonai nentiemuii, Miulatura. Mi rchani". Y rm ra, and otheta w ho havo been
eiired. TrtiKfea nu t Huptiiru sooner or liter ailect thu nervous and men u ajaiem. hrln mi oi iic die
eaHea.lmpotfticv, destroy onerfv a'ld social desirec, muklntr llm yui n old anu l!,e ol tiHol. sa Prin
cipal oIllcu'J 1 llroadwav, New York, l-ortho conveiili-lici of VWHorn piitlm la lr, Kherin-iu will be at
Ms oltlcii, cor l.h aud Market strotts, St. LoiiIh, Mo., from Ni vi uiher let to Dccemhi r mU.
Wn spIvh TnitVnp'n trriftr.
oua own wash ant i
" Jr Don't buy a
tiffin, or ANY
socn Our NEW
AT LIU ST Ono
lug on; or onlor
J. L. rilEBS, 307
Tone, Toncli, WorKmansliiD & Dnraljility
Kits. 3(4 and .1 Weut Ilaltlmore Street, bulMmnr
No. Ui t'lflh Avenue, New York.
AN HONEST OFFElt!
If yon are uii k 01 allini;, no mutter what the com
plaint rile to ii' and ue will n-nil von on trial ona
of our luriro KI.liCTKO MhDR'ATK li PAD 8, pro
vldud you htf eo to pav for it II it cures vou. lilt
dm a not, it coats you nothlnR to trv It. Books, etc.
(rlvlp lul. 1 articnliiri. Iree. Addr'i sa
Kl.ECTK( PAD MK'OCO.,
In le.jitlnite judirlous srerul si lor ti Ornt", Vro
visions and Murkaou rur peiueud l.ui., yields
sure mniiihlv protlts tntnrt'e 11 11 ! tnir.l) irve'etors.
Adilress fir full phi'ilrnlurs. li. t Kfiir'sll & to,
Com'n .VerehiintM, r.7 & lill I n r-aiie st, Cli!cnno III
V'(lH(i I'yo Vdin'lo i:uiuToi!ra-
1 "tii" Jli4l phv tn a lew miinths, anil be
certain of a situation, ai;,ln..'o
4 li 'K'tTISElf by aili'r-rMn- (lUi, P. HOW
KLI. CO , H) iirnce street. N.-w York, can
learn the i-xuei com of any propnaci li of adver
tUlnir in Ameriran n'ewsj npirs. (jTK0-page
or iveky Ki:to cnrAPtR ihak ever.
Blfles.Sliot Ouns, KerotverM, Ammunition,
nulling TurkJn, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Hiutira, sbatrrs, U.-tinmoek, ele.
Larte Illusl rntert fntHlnifue HI EE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
ri tts hi nan, pa.
WANTED I I.n lKs mid fluntlcmeti, toemrasrft
with us l se; Huvor.tl I'sefnl Hoiiaeliolii
Artiel-s. I'Miilt l:ir? L.'ilior la llsht.
K'xrm. ;vo terrliiii-v i;iven. No competition.
Twiu libernl. rirciilaw FUKR. Ailurcsa
Hewitt Jlauufucl'i.' t o., Ilox WW, Pittsburgh, Ps,
Swcdh Iniejr't Powdop Kills
i aval n uu
r;' li u m ,- i
- tr- i.A
i"3f SWsiJ WtJ 1
AND ALL TH0U8LES0ME VERMIN,
It will tiirmii!:l.lv cv'eriniimte RoHnhes. Ants,
Bed I . urn, ! i i m , Li . 0,1 1 . ( ;: . r n I i 1 1 'otton Worms,
Moth, i:t'". li is n:io. !ir. rleinuy anJ cheap. It
will not pol i I'lniiu: 1.' or f"'s. Kiiintile pack
lured by hp;. I JO ti'tiiK, p ist-n:iil. Stiimps tnken.
C'lreon -- . Ax-ni Vnnt.M. Address,
J. II. JOilNLTON. Piitaburgh, Pa.
1 of all kinds for sale vory cheap.
Catalcgues free. Address, RICHARD
I B HULL I CS 3 0 860. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YQUK3 OS OLD,
aro mitl'crlnir mm Naavora Phrimtt,
V 1.iwt Vitality, I, a t or Nk.uvk Fobi tan
Vluou, W'AHTISH V baKNKSsKS. nnd all tllu .llaense.
of a t'Klisns- .L Sati k.: remiltiii friun AHi'sa.4 and
TiiKa Ci nna. Kpee.lv relief and eumpleU) rento
ratlim of Hi;itii. pniK.-iinl M imio. niui'nNTRKU.
The ifr.-mili'st iliscnvery of the Ninete.-nih l.'oniury.
fvtii'l.ai'i.iud'i lllofliuledl' uiiihlet int. Ailiireu
VOLTAIC BUT C3., MARSHALL, MICH.
jMf NtiitiliiK it. tut- wurlU tijuut ton r.it wiin X(
MHi'i vii. it mter inn. Aii iifiiuiht aim
couiiir? utv. kvptv tll It. U K, K-lttr
NI-.W A DV EK'l JSEMKXT8.
Drunkemiess & Opium Katiuj?
O t'.H-eta M I) A Son. 4:11 Fourth avenue,
Now Yor', nav.! pinnies remiiilie for thuse evils.
ThuiirAuitS curud. Call or Bend Hump for evl
. I ntmi a mi.ulvu retnuily fur tin nb.j ilUeimn; Ijv IIS
4 n ihuitsauils of faxes of llio worst kind ami of leaf
lunidi'iK Inivu been eni-eil. Inili.l,nii lOionii l niy faltu
ill llselli'.iKT, Hint I w Ol K'Mil TIV1I 11(11 I. IN I II f.K, to
(ellier Willi a VAI.l'AIII.K TKKA l ISK ull ll is Uileiuo, lit
lliy .Ullurur. (Jlvo Kapri-M anil I'. O. iiil.ln " a.
Pll. 1. A. bl.uCl J, let IV url M., Nuw Yurk.
rVw r, waarft anfl a,?J
f. f DR. fern, .
OT II l'K 3Iif
ing from us.
M. fifth Strwt, ST. LCT.3-
in tue lockup.