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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORXIJW, NOVEMBER 8, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAHUHLT IN 1DVAN0I.
All Curnmnnleattoni abould be aldrflanfld to
K. A. HUKNKTTi
I'ublialiur ami Proprietor.
Id tins fall of 1877, when I wiw just
twenty-one. yenn of njf, my brotliur
Ilirnra Davidson, audi, si'ttlml on a
"quartor wction" of land, which wo had
"louattid" mi thu lii-u .Suit's Kiver in
It was a wild country, and we were
the first settlers of tliat particular re
gion. All about tlio little farm which
we had been clearing there stretched an
almost urihroken forest fur miles and
miles. Itut we had no doubt that in
tinia we should have neighbors.
We hail not driven in much livestock,
-only two hhotes ami a yoke of oxen.
Or rather, I should say, we drove only
the oxen, for we carried the shotcs in a
cart, wjth half-a-dozen chickens, along
with our farming tools and other pos
wsmoiis. It is htrange how much a person, fchut
out from the world, in Mich a remote
loealily as that in which we lived, will
think of the few dumb animal, he may
chance to have. We named those
shotcs of ours, and even used to talk of
The oxen wore really companions for
us in our work of clearing, work in
which they they had no MiKiil share.
Their names were Pat and Sitib- iiames
at which Eastern readers w ill Mnile,
perhaps, since in the Eastern Static the
I'eople call their oxen "Hriglit and
5road."or '-Ruck and Berry," or "Turk
and Oolilen," and ruuotirno "Mar and
But our oxen were ' Bat and Mub,"
and old Pat was a- '.:' an n. r. ever
was yoked. Sf'ib w.t ,t iiitiu iuclineH
to "hangofl." NewF.ngland boys would
laugh to hear us call out, "Back. Pat!
Come up. Stub!" or "Ccc olT, Pat! Back,
It was well that we had but little live
stouk. for the winter which followed our
Iirst fall on tlio Bee Scie.s was a very se
vere one, and we had no fodder, except
a ton or more of coare, weedy hay,
which we had been able to cut alone
the river. Our English gras seed had
not had time to grow.
After November we were obiiged to
turn our oxen out to browse mi the
twigs of trees and bushes. These we
lopped down with axes fur theni here
and there in the woods. In fact. w
fared none too well ourselves, and our
chickens were half-starved.
It was my bnsiness to do out-door
chores, while my brother did the cook
ing and the housework. We had built
a cabin. It was about fifteen by twenty
fiH t in nize. About fifty feet back of it
was our ox-shed, and adjoining that the
pen, or yard, for the two shote.
I usually turned the oxen out to
browse in the forenoon, and went after
them towards sunset.
About noon, ono day in December,
heavy clouds Ix-gan to gather, and by
four in the afternoon six or seven inches
of snow had fallen. Taking my goad
stick. I started to find the oxen and to
drive them home. I was annoyed 'to
think they had not sense enough to
come home themselves on such a night
Old Pat I soon saw standing com
fortably chewing his cud beneath the
shelter of a thick pine, which aft'inb'd
him complete protection from the storm.
But Stub was not with him. I thought
he must be close by, however, and after
driving Pat from his sheltering starting
him for home, by giving him a touch
with the brad, I began to call Stub and
to look for him among the snow-laden
As I tlid not see him, I went to anoth
er browsing place where I had cut brush
for the animals home days before. But
lie was not there. As I win looking
about, however, I came upon his tracks
leadinir back into the woods.
The footprints were partly filled by
RI),)Wfor the storm still continued,
but I had no doubt thev wero the old
hu'?ard's tracks. In no very good hu
nior I set off after him. To think that
ns intelligent an ox as Stub should wan
der off into the forest on such a night
provokod me, for it seemed to me that
he knew better than to do if.
Them were the tracks, however, and
I followed them as fast as I could run,
expecting every moment to see the ani
mal's red hide, though it was already so
dark that 1 could hardly have told red
I went half a mile at least, getting
more angry at every step, ami fcehn
almost that the old fellow had slruc
out for Southern Michigan, where he
was raised from a cnlf. Hut nt length 1
tnirrlit uiiTht nf his back. .'IS I Stltmoscd.
under a low nine bush beside a great
birch. lie was evidently lying down
and making himself mute comtortaiiie
I felt that ho deserved a irood brad
' ding, and determined to give him such
a pricking as would send him honin at
a double muck pace. Acconungiy
holdiuir tnv goad-stick well in hand,
crent im to within a few yards of him
ami then made a sudden rush ami
thrust the brad into his old flank
vitrorouslv as I could, yelling, "(lee
To nvv uttr consternation a tremeni
ouh growl answered this sharp saluta
tiou! At once a huge form bounded up.
and facing mo was a monstrous boar
Ho was so large that 1 had mistaken
him for the ox!
I never knew how fast I could run !
fore! I bad to dodge anil double my wa
among thu snowy pines, whore it was
impossible to Men what was after me
' even if I hml stopped to look: but
supposed from certain noises in the rear,
that tun uoar was lonowing me.
But, if he tdinsod mo, ho didn't cafe
me. I got. to our clearing in a shorl
npnen of timo, mill found my brothoi
standing in tho door nwl looking foi
nm. Old Pat utid .Stub had both come
home, and were taking their supper o:
hnv. side liv mlile. In the shed
Wo louder! our two guns and went It
ing of my bear. Hite, as I called my
brotln r lllram, was rather inclined to
laugh at mo; and later in tho evening,'
list before, we went to bed. bo oiii-mul
tho outside door und fired oil" his gun
ri seine uwav ine near, lie said, so that
could go to sleep.
But late in the night we heard thoox-
en bellow first one, then the other.
They made- a fearful noiso.
"Your bear has como at last!" said
lite, jumping out of bed.
Before we could tret on our clothes
find light the lantern, wo heard the
shotcs sijueal. At that, I caught up my
gun and startedout. Tho snow was half
way to my knees; but I ran round the
jorner of our cabin to where- I could
dimly see the shed and sty.
Such a 8iucaliiir as was going on! I
lad not taken six steps towards the nen
when I saw a great bltifli form rise un
on tho inside of the log fence. As it
came up over tho top log it looked fair
ly gigan lie.
If it was not "mv bear," it was an
equally big one-and he bad "Sammy,"
our best shote, in his "arms." Over the
fence he went with him, and I was so
startled that I couldn't take aim quick
ly enough to shout.
At this moment Ilito rushed out with
the lantern, and we ran towards the
sty. But the boar was already in the
We gave chase, and had no trouble in
tracing him, dark as it was, for Sainmv
was making th whole forest resound
with his piercing squeals. As he was
probably struggling violently, and must
iave weighed a hundred and fittv
pounds or more, wo found it easy to
come up with them. The bear was act
ually waddling along upon his hind legs,
carrying the shote.
"Shoot him! cried Hite.
I cocked my gun, took aim, and fired.
But just as I (lid so the old bear part-
y turned round.'and the whole charge
of balls and buck-shot was buried in
our Sammy's side.
The prior shote did not squeal again.
But the brir was so frightened that ho
lr"iped hitn and ran off a little way.
As my gun was now empty, I did not
care to walk up to where the pig was
lying flat in the snow. So Hite and I
both ran back to the house, where I re
loaded my piece and Hite left the lan
tern arid took his gun.
ben we again reached the place
where I had fired, we found all quiet,
and there lay the pig in the snow.
I he old chap s gone I guess, Hite
said; but the. instant wo took hold of
the hind legs of the shote todrug it back
to the shed, we heard a terrible growl,
only a few steps off and a crashing in
some dry hemlock tops.
Hie bear had been staimmg there,
watching us. lie didn't want to see
that pig tombed. The brute growled sc
that both of us dropped the shote and
We ran five or six rods. But tho beai
only came as far as the shote. Aftei
wailing a few moments, we tip-toed
back, past some scrub-pines, where wt
had a pretty good view of hiin in the
act of again seizing the pig. Both of
us then fired at him and ran for thr
We did not silly out again till aftei
daybreak. We found the shote M ly
ing in the snow; and by the blood-stain
ed tracks we saw where the bear had
gone off. Following these we came tr
where he had dragged himself along,
bleeding profusely. Later in the day,
we found him dead in a little hollow-, be
side a fro.en brook.
We had to yoke our cattle and cut
road through the bush to haul him home.
The oxen bellowed all the w.iy to the
cabin. The odor of the bear was nol
I cannot state- how much bruin weigh
ed, for we had no scales; but I think In
was as heavy and dressed as much as t
good-sized three-year-old steer. II
was an old giant ot a bear, at an
We did not like the ta.-te ef the meat
but our bens did; and as n roultof thii
An I .
I 'i.i."'i (
t they m n began to lav, sr.
h"d a'.i ihe egg"1 we wanted.
.-...id bear-. kin fur abon
'.ii bin 'ii!i.:li' i- -h'.ite. 1 'onth't
A Novel Performance.
A tent was pitched near Hot Springs,
Ark., and the announcement of a show
brought a crowd. When all the money
obtainable for admission had been re
ceived a stalwart negro wrestled with a
monster bear. J ho combat was fierce,
and passed from play to work as tho
beast warmed up. The spectators
screamed with excitement, and it seem
ed to be a question of life or death with
the negro. Bleeding and exhausted, he
finally got the bear off the stage, amid
overwhelming applause. Tho assem
bly insisted imou an encore. When
tho tumult had reached iU height the
negro appeared, carrying a bag. After
acknowledging the kindness of the
spectators, he stooped down, and draw
ing a knife from his pocket commenced
.to fumble with the bag. 1 ho peoolo
supposing this to be some trick, pre
served a breathless silence. I hen he
cut the bsg open, and there issued from
it a swarm of bees. As tho insects buzz
ed forth there was a movement of the
crowd, then a panic, and finally a wild
rush for the exit. Some cot out by cut
ting slits in the canvas of the tent with
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Wilde and Stokley.
Oscar Wilde was complaining at Capo
May tho other day of the high prices of
things in this country. "My gloves.
for example," he said, "which I might
have bought for SI in London, cost
$2.60 here." "So they ought," exclaim
cd ex-Mayor Stokley, of Philadelphia,
who was in the room.1 "they are luxu
ries." "Luxuries, sirP" eclioed tho 's
thole, in wide-eyed amazement; "do you
call gloves luxuries? How would yougo
on tho street, how could you travel in
the rrtilrond curs, without gloves?" "Do
vou so these hands?" returned Mr,
Stokley. warmly; "befo-e I became
mayor of Philadelphia I workod so har
at mv shop that my hands becanio a
covered with corns that you might have
cut with a knife; and those hands, sir
have never had a pnirof gloves on them
And vou talk about worm wny, ii
good for you! I've worked nearly all my
fife, and I weigh 2'-'0 pounds." "I wu
take vour word for it, gasped the hor
rilierl (esthete, and ho let tho subject
drop; but afterward ho made somemlu
uto inquiries about Mr. Stokley's career
' 'ith a view of basing thereon a chaptct
If vou feel dull, drowsy, debilitated,
huvo frequent headache, mouth tustes hid,
poor appetite, tongue coated, you. are buf
fering from torpid liver, or "liilliousuess."
Nothing will cum you bo speedily and per
manently ns Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical
Discovery." By all druggists.
Snroat'a Retail ke Box.
Cousumciu of ice aru notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ico
box on Eighth street in CundilFs store where
ce in anv quantity can at nil times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just the hhiiio as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spitits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and A:jur, and other Intermittent
Fevers, the ''Ferro-I'hosporated Elixir of
Calienya," made by Caswell, Iluz ird & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal.
Dit. Kmnk's Great Xkkvk Kkstokek is
the marvel of the age for all nerve disea.-.es.
All fits stopped free. 'Seal to IKil Arch
street. Pliiladelnia. Pa.
muck leu n A rn ica Salve
The Best tSalve '.n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcus, Salt Bhcum, 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
5 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth ( It so, go at once and get a bottle ol
Mrs. Winslow'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 evr r used if, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulaty the bowels,
and eive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
t is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of oue of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 2 cents a bottle.
Fur tremulotisness, wakefulness dizzi
ness, and lack of energy, a most valuable
remedy is mown s Iron Bitters.
I-i"The Diamond Dyes always do more
than thi y claim to do. Color over that old
dn-sB. It will look like new. Only ten
American Institute on Pure Grape Wiue
The President and a Commitiee from the
Farmer's Club, of the American Institute,
have visited Speer's Vineyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grape
nine of Allred Speer, of iSew Jersey, is the
most rename wiue to ne obtained. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
mosLfboice in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in Ixew iork have adopted this wine.
It is fur sale by Paul Schuh. lmo
"Since taking ' Dr. Lindsey's Blo.;d
Searcher' that old sore of raiuo is entirely
cured." S ild by all druggists.
Trtw to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tho ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. hen
they are assailed by diseas", and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, "the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that hlecfric BitUrs arc the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world ami only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry . Schuh. (4)
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold.
and tho demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., ageuts, St. Louis,
A (Jnteral Stampede.
Never was such a rush mude for any
Drug Store as is now at Many W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
Ml persons atfeuted with Asthma, Hron
chitis. Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
Allen's IJrnin Food positively cures Herv-
ousucss, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Alien s
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. i. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros
Personal I To MeuOnly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klectn-
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance o i
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who arc afflicted 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. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
INJECTION. It position mi re fornll Dlachnrwi.
Btluglng. HinartlUii nd 1'alnful eunntlom of the
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I Af OQ Pr botUa, For Hula by ll druie
I v - lti. or mtnt by Exiiwhii on i-
I erlplor price, JOHN I. PAIllC PONli
KJ. 176 nd 177 Byoomor Bt. OiNOINNATI,
S 0II1O, tleiue rnasUoa tM paper,
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
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And our mnny nliW Fine trn (iu'vanlo nnii Mutoatlo
AiDllunrHfl ttmt (iiirmnntd itrr inviiliiKhlA. nnd ft aur
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cmiHinK no wirns nor Irritntinn of Ihn skin cho he
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thft winrnr. Tho power In rKulntnt so as to mMt tn
nlffMrwnt tftt,'ii of all ri)HHB( wt,u fclwctno and
Magnetic trfctmat I of t)nttt '1 Iiomi for
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A New and complete II tl. frwitlnc n
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Cor.Twdl'tli Street and Lovee,
, CAIRO, 1LLIN0IU. .
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fjijM ucni I Hl.c m ny BU'lr.'Hfl. lBd lllu.i.
BILVEH and KEED luHlruuirnu, togothet
Mi full Initmetioiui for formlnft Bandg, di
St,"!'"1 cllncetion of tnitruoifuu -.
"HAT Mil HOW tu purchwi tmn for
? i f" ",r l'!tUl?- r'Iirlng, Ao, WIIUUo
l ?"i""lre:'' "r llan'1 a OrchfMrL
TH HQOT i allWS JuSlC CO.,CHICAC0.ia
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. Tho
Public arc cautioned against buy.
ing Plastors having similar sound
ing names. Boo that tho word
C A P C I N-E is corroctly spoiled,
Aro the only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
One is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will poaitircly cure whore othor
remodies will not evon relieve.
Prico 25 cants.
Eewaro of cheap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
3EA3URY 9l JOHNSON,
MuMificlii'ltiu Chi'mlniH, N'.'w York.
A" Vt'lti-y lti:.ii t)V .T""l.AHT7"l'i n itfl.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION f'LASTEH.
rjs Vasf Jg sSb
C17 St. Charles Streot, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A resulur CJ ml utitw nf two iihuIIohI
tollrirt". h.'n ti-i'ii Inia-.-r -iip:iii-(l In the trt-at-nn-iit
nf 'lirotiii-. Norvoux, t- Isi n uikI
l.lon.t l'lx iif6 th:m :iiiv nttii riilixMWun in
bt. l.niiN, n.i oil v paiiiTi hon nn.f nil ol.l ri'-l-(Hits
know. ( ru ,, l in 1 1. in ut ntlic-i'or livniiill.
five nuil Invltcil. frli'iiillv tilk nr lili opinion
rnsts not hi in. WImmi It Is II iivcnhiit i 1st t
the rlty inr trcni it. nii-lli liii-i ciin hrscnt
hy imill r i xpri'-s t vi-rvw Ion'. ni ulilo i h-im
Kn:iruiiu .-1 : wlicri- iloulit el-ti U 1.- iniiikly
Hnti il. tail or Wrlti'.
Ktvou3 rrostration. Dubility, Mental mi .
Physical Weakness, Mircunal and other
affoctionsof Throat,Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood PoisoninfSkin Affee-
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriago, Eheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to c.vsos from over-woi-ked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences! Excessos
Indulgences or Exposures.
It I? si.f.(. i.l.-nt Hint n .liv('lnn rynf
puitlriiktr atti'iitlnn to j i la-k iii'pa.i s iittiilna
Hi'i'iit -klll. ami pliVKli'iim In ivmilur ii i'tli'
all over the poiinirv kun init 1I1N, tVcipiMntiy
ri'i'onmiHiil r;i". ln tlip nhli Mi. Hire 111 Aui'Tlciv.
win-re every known appllanew Ik retorleil to,
anil tile pi-rtv.l (food l-emo'l 1im of nil
airi'i mid ronntrie-i lire ueil. A whole houso Is
used tnrnitii-e purno-iei, ami nil are trt-nteil ltd
skill in u re'i I'ti'ul manner: anil, kniiwlnn;
what to in. no experl un ntt are nimle. oiiae.
roun: fi ' - '-vat numlier HpplylnB. tlio
cliaii.' - ' ' low. often lower than I t
cl -ii ki 1 1 1 1 1 i i oiiiers If you fei'iire the Kkl'l
anil i:i-t a-pei'ily ami pei Ii i t lilo i-iirn. thnl M
the luiportiiiit inalli r. I'mniJilet. uii piigi'ii,
tent to uny HiMremt 1'i'ie.
platYs. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Kleennt rloth ami pilt Minllue. Sealed for GO
cents In potave or eiirreiii v. Over 11 It y won
'Vrful pen plcluri H, Inn l'i life nrtlrle-on the
follow 1 1 ur nihlei'l. W'houiaN mniry, who not;
hyV I'riiiier nue to in.o -rv. ' W ho marry first.
rflllilllooil, oiiiiiiiIioimI. l'hv-.e;il lleray. Will)
vhoiilil inai'i V. Mow llle uii'l h:iiplneMnny he
IniTenx il, 'l lio-e iminl. il or (ntiteini.latlnif
riarrvluv ulioiild read It. it ouuht to lie rend
ov nil inliilt ier'.oim, l):i n kepi uiuPt loek nml
ki'v. I'npul.'ii el It nm. ivif a. nl ie, hut inpi r
cover mid 'i'Q pam i, i'i cent.' hy mail, lu uiimt
id id iUv t;wi.''
i aii in', i an.
i '.'i i:,nl
!l on -.' I.V '
Ifs Relief and Chi p aa certain as tiny follows day by Dr. J. A. Sherman's Method,
With afety from tlio ilnnwia of iitr.itiiiiilallou and wlihum the Injury trtn?ua ttdl'.ct. Tlione winbtiitr
proof rhoiiul aeml hi ronta lor hl hook, contiilnlnu llkeno-aea of Ii 1 ciin.' bi foru a;.d niter cure, alao
eiidoiaemenlD of prolexilonai Ki'iilii'inen, .MinlHtor. Meri'liuuli. F" nil- r. and other l,o have been
Hired, TrtiKne and Huptiire autmer or liter ailert the nurvuiia and iimn a eyalem, bring m fujjulr dia
oanei, Im potency, dec l toy enrruy aid "octal ririirua, maklnjr t he ynurg old and the o il uaeli a Prin
cipal nllk't' 'i 1 Ilruailway, New York. Kurtbu c.onuiileiu of V i ntern tiiille. tu Dr. Sherman will be at
hla ollh'o, cor 4.h and .Market atreot", St. Louie, Mu., from N veinher M t i IK-cvuiher '.ihli.
Wo give mikor's gaar
OVB OWM WABSANT
af"1? vt vy?
. - Aja -
Don't buy a
triiti, or as
con Our NEW
enn get BETTKIl
AT LEAST Ono
ing on, or onlor
;. L. rsTISS, 307
NEW ABVEftTISK MK.NTS,
WIT.Tjl.tSf KABF. A, CO.
' S Wwti IlHlllnmm Htrwit, Hnliltimrc
Ni. Hi r'lttti Avciiui-, New Yoik.
AN H0NE8T OFFER !
If you i;n- mIcI; oi iii:ii:(!, no iimlier whnt the com
pliilnt. v i ill- in up Hurt we lli i ikI xiii tin trial one
of our liirun KI.Kt'i'liO .MKU1CATH1J l-ADS, pro
vldud you Btf-ee to p f((r It II It curetj v.a. II it
diim not, it rot you nothlnu to trv It. llouku, etc.
Hiving lull i iifiiciiltii'", tree. Adilr'iM
EIjKCTUO PAD MI"ll CO,,
In lHllliu:ilr judlrictiii (.piiriiiiitliir. in ;rnln, Pro
vUIiiiipi uii'l Mi.i:ki" on our pcrli-cteil li'uii, ylcldi
mr- monthly irilt to In rr- nnrl r. m 1 1 Invt-ftoM.
Addn-fH fir lull pniticulmH. I( I: Ku.iliill A Co,
I'om'n Mcri'liHiiH, & V, I n f-nlii- ft, Uitcupo III
VllllVf' MirV IIVOUVIMMI
pl.y Hi ii few month, sod hp
certmn t f u pltuuili t,, uddrufi. A
JHiitmvllli-, u I...
i KVKM'IstU .v ariilr.-ihliiK -!:('. 1'. HOW
EI.I. CU . in Sjir irn Htrn t, S- Yotk, can
Itjani thu tain t coit of uny ropnnid lino oi mIvit
ilitlnu In AtiiiTli iui ncMKniipiT!". JS" Uu-pajje
OF 7EB7 KIND CHrArEB THAltETIE.
El firs, Shot r.nnx, Hrvolvrr. AmniiinltloD.
FinlilnR i'ai'UlH, StiiiiPN, Nln, Knives,
Riuur, SI.ti'H, ll.iMiiuorku, etr.
Larte Illuntntcil Cutnloi'ue FHEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WAKTED I Lhdii-sand r-ntl(men. toenfran
Will) 111 i.i K-li S'.veral fUn-dil Hoineliolil
Arti.-)i .. rrofiis Ijubo Lul.or In llKht.
t.xcl i.vi) i.i i-itorr given. 'o rompetlUoii.
Term I'.h.'nil. Ciroultun fKKK. AiMress
Honitt aHiiuf;ict'if ('., Hot Ml Pitt .hurh, Ps,
Sweillsli Iasfact I'owder Kills
u si l n in f !
kE ALL TPOU5LES0s mm,
It will tliormisl lv ern'ii;Hie Fiuches, Ants,
Red t'.Ji?!". Uii:', Lico.'i n'l.i'.Mi r.n' I Cotton Worms,
M -ill, vw. It iskm'c, fuiri', i:!i-:miv uud cheap. U
will not p il-.m utr.nn's or fu'.v''.' :-.nii le parlc
ii '' b iii.til -.0 c':-ifi, pi-t-pni.i. Mampi token.
Circnrii ii ce. .5c:i li:ntei. Address,
J.H. JGti:;Sti3. PirtMbtugh, Pa.
of al! kinds for sa!o vory cheap.
Cctalegyos fres. Ailiross, RICHARD
I HULL i CO. PCX eS. l'lttfcburgh. Pa.
BEFORE AND AFTER
tlectrlc Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YCU?JS 0,1 0L0,
Will) are autrertnor from Nunvotm Pebimtt.
Lost Vitality, of NtnvK Knam nd
Viiiiir. Wahtino Wkakskskei. ami all those ilieaei
of a Pkiihonau NtTraK resiilluirf from AurrncH and
(itiikh I'ai'ikh. Speedy i-i'in t and eomplete reti.
ration ol Hi!Ai.Tn.Vieiiuiuil M anuo.'D ui'akantrkd.
The irninilehl ilcoverv of ihe Mnt'teenth Century.
Bnmlut oiuti fur IlluiiiiatuU I'liiut'lilei free. A.Mivw
VOLTAIC CELT CC, MARSHALL, MICH.
.Nuliilnic wrlil fit mil u ti ri thu
fcori .Mi', Mfr.'itrlal ltiii.in't, I'a'arrh Uon ot
Ai'iHifitt, Kfmtilf) Couiiiluitiii, iin I ul. BltMtd
iU- a-M. It utt.tr fail. A)) i.nukdHU nl
country ntnrt K'-vjrt w it. It. K. Hi-llvn
N KV Al) V JS U T IS EM ENTS .
Drunkenness & Opium Eating
0 (Mt'.TH M.I) Sun. 4:i F mrth avenue.
Now York, haw pninlus reniuihea for thtue evlla.
Thousands cured. Call or aeml , mi for evl
1 uuvt) a (kinilHu rouiixly fur the dhovo (IIbmhho; by it
tlnxtHHnd of cftM of th vorvt ktrnl nii of Inn
tuinfinu Imvy btn m rod. Inilc'tl, so Htrunir Ix mv faltu
m ItHvitdwy, tlmt I will BiMHl TWO HOTTI.K.S KlttiK, ti
V'tlxT wltti aVAM'AHl.H TltHATIHt um tins ditiuu, tJ
Uijr sully i ur. Cllvo Khiim rm P. U. nitlnHa,
lUt. T. Jl. SLUCi il, Ul lmil bi.t Now York.
antes for 5 roara, ana aal
meaaic? Jusr what It says.
M - jij.iien
Ing from ut.
V. tm Street, STi
j-tZi WAXt Iff a sisiSv
Sate ( X
llio edge ol tlio clearing, out iuw Dom
nic fortuoomlnflx book oa America-