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THE CURD BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAIIUBI.T in loriNre.
All ('onimiiiilcMioin atiould ho Rililrmaod to
B. A. MJKNKTT,
f ulilliUor and I'rnnrlutnr.
A rcIiooi of port iv( wlxili's rarrK'tl
nwuy the jiruntillcr of tlio ncicin stnrim,
ti r Mount Lunation ami ltift her n! tist
linlpli'ss far at sea. A ihki'iii;- slt-amur
towed tlic ilk-iblm! cruft to Halifax,
wlmrt! hlii! was found to liave ox
pcriuiMii'd so yri'tit ilaniayi! tiiat alio was
unloaded and dry docked for repairs.
That architectural iniiwrtinonee, tho
bay window that overhangs tho side
walk, m been judiciously condemned
in Philadelphia, a "an unjntifiablc en
crpaehincnt on the public highway,
prejudicial to the interests of tho com
munity and tho rights of individual
property-owners in the city."
Professor Kdward C. Pickering. of
Harvard College, Hays that, in under
taking to measure the intensity of the
light of tho. satellites of Mars ho had
occasion to need all extremely small
holes. A hole about tho twenty-five
huudreth p.trt of an inch in diameter
was finally scoured.
A paralytic who had been dumb since
his birth created a decided sensation in
tho hospital at Staunton, Va., recently,
by rising in his bed, exclaiming "Moth
er! Oh. mother!" ami falling back dead
upon bis pillow. Though ho was forty
nino years old, ho had never before
been kuown to utter a word.
Eastern ladies have a very pleasing
mid fashionable habit of knitting silk
stockings for their very particular gen
tlemeu friends, and the very particular
gentlemen friends evince a very pleas
ing and cheerful alacrity in accepting
them in lieu of the inevitable smoking
cap or embroidered slippers. 'ltrit
A Girl's Daring.
Until she was nineteen cars old Do
rothy lived a very uneventful life, for
ouo week was much the same as anoth
er in the placid existence of the village.
On Sunday mornings, when the church
bolls began to ring, you would nvrt her
walking over the moor wit n a springy
step. Her shawl was gray, and he'r
dress was of the most pronounced color
that could be bought in the market
town. Her brown hair was gatl.r-rod in
a net, and her culm eyes looked from
under an old-fashioned bonnet of straw.
Her feet were always hare, but she ear-
lied her shoes and stocking slung over
her shoulder. When she got near the
church bho sat down in the shade of a
hedge and put them on; then ho walked
the rest of the distance with a cramped
and civilized gait.
Every boat in the village went away
north one evening, and uot a man re
mained in tho How excepting three very
old fellows, uho were long past work of
anv kind. When a lislierman grows
helpless with age ho is kept bv hi own
people, and his days are passed iixpilet
ly smoking on a kitchen settle, or in
looking dimly out orer the sea from tho
bench at tho door. A southerly galo,
with u southerly sea, caiue away in the
night, and tho boats could not beat
down from the northward, by day
light they were all safe in a harbor
about eighteen miles north of the vil
lage. Tho sea grew worse mid worse,
and the usual clouds of foam flew
against the houses or skimrurd away
into the fields beyond. When tho wind
reached its height the, sounds it made
in the hollows were like distant firing
of small arms, and tho waves in the hol
low rocks seemed to shake tho ground
over the cliffs.
A little schooner came round tho
point, running before the son. She
might have got clear away, because it
was easy enough for her, had she
clawed a short way out, risking the
beam sea, to have made tho harbor
where tho fishers were. But tho tkip
per kept her close, in, and presently she
Btruck on a long tongue of rocks that
treaded far out eastward. Tho tops of
her masts seemed nearly to meet, so it
appeared as if she had btoken her back.
The seas flew sheer over her, and tho
men had to climb into the rigging.
All the women were watching and
waiting to see her go to pieces. There
was uo chance of getting a boat out, so
the helpless villagers waited to seo tho
men drown; ana the women cried in
their shrill, piteous manner. Dorothy
said, "Will sue break up in au hour? If
I thowt she could hing then, I would
bo away for tho lifeboat." Hut the old
man said, "You can never cross tho
Four miles south,' behind the point,
there was a village where a lifeboat was
kept; but just half way a stream ran in
to the sea, and across this stream there
was only a plank bridge. Half a mile
below the hridgo the water spread far
over tho broad sand and became very
shallow and wide. Dorothy spoke no
more, except to say 'Til away." She
ran across for a mile, and then scram
bled down to the sand so that the tear
ing wind might not impede her. It was
dangerous work for tho noxt mile. Ev
ery yard of tho way she had to splash
through the foam, because tho great
waves worn rolling up very nearly to
(lie foot of the cliffs. An extra strong
sen might have caught her off her feet,
hut she did not think of that; she only
thought of saving her breath by escap
ing the direct onslaught of the wind.
When she ctuuo to tho mouth of tho
burn her heart failed her for a little.
There was three-mmrters of a mile of
water covered with creamy foam, nml
she did not know but what she might
bo taken out of her depth. Yet she de
termined to risk, and plunged in nt a
run. Tho sand was hard under foot,
but, as she said, when tho piled foam
camo softly up to her waist, sho "felt
gey funny." Half-way across sho
stumbled into n. hole caused by ti swirl
ing eddy, and ulio thought all was over;
but her nerve never failed her, and she
struggled till sho got u footing again.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN': WEDNESDAY MORNfML W)VRrnwn i 130
hen she reached h. hard i-iound she
wns wet to the neck, and her hair was
sodden with herone iibui 'u "overhead."
Her clothes troubled her with their
v. eight in urns, hi'' tin' moor; so sho nut
off all she did ii"t need, and prosed fur-
wniu again. n;.-:.:i;t'v s ,j u ac ied tho
house where tho cox-wniu of the life-
boat lived. She ensued out. "Tho
schooner! On the Letch! Norrad.11
Tho coxswain who had seen the schoon
er eo imst. knew what was the matter.
lie said, "Here, wite, too
' l... I.,au
and ran out. The "!.'-s'
Hit, I ill, 1(1.11,
ing after, she ha I fainted. Hut her
work was well done; the lifeboat went
round the point, ran and took six luon
ashore from the schooner. The cap
tain had been washed overboard, but
tho others wore :ivtd by Dorothy's
daring and endurance. The girl is as
simplo as ever, and she knows nothing
whatever of (it ace Darling. If she
were offered any reward she would
probably wonder why t!n should re
A North Carolina Venice,
Probably Morohoad City is the only
citv in the world without n wheel in it.
I do not think there is a wagon or a
buggy hone in the town, and very few
in tho country.. Everything is done in
boats. There is not a iinu.it! in the coun
try that a I io at cannot get within :t mile
of. Not a doctor or lawyer owns a
horse they practice in bout's. The peo
ple go to funerals in boats, and when
they arrest a man they carry him to jail
in a boat.
The main export of the town be-ides
truck is fish, but the hVn caught here
embraces everything from a whale to a
shrimp. Last year two or three whales
were taken off this coast, and a whale
is worth from l, .'.' to .".'mi. It is
said they get between the shore and the
guif stream, and in Irving to beat out to
vi are sickened "by the ivarni water.
They turn in shore agair; and strand
themselves. Along the bay s and inlets
mackerel nr caught in laree quanlities
in nets. Put this wholesale li-hing is
neither pietur- S'jue nor interesting. A
pretty sport practiced along shore is
spearing flounders. A Miuili row boat
is put adrift. A man with a flambeau
walks along up to his knees in water.
In the bow of the boat sportsmen stand
with slender gigs.
Alone the U'ltom, by the reflection of
the light, can be seen" white flounders
half buried in the sand. They remain
perfectly slid while tho gig is poised
above them, and never move until they
are either speared or mlsied. The only
drawback to this sport is that occasion
ally jour torch-bearer is stung by a
stingaree. A stingaree is simply a long
buggy whip, broken out with small-pox
and tilled with steel springs, aqua fortis
and ueedlcs. When he hits you, lock
jaw is tho mildest result. The "little
nigger" contingent about Morehead
makes its living by crabbing. With a
little l:it, hardly "bigger than a tub,
thev go out in the surf, and, flopping in
and out like amphibia, soon come in
with a bushel or so of the ugliest look
ing and sweetest tasting tilings that
swim the water.
fine other very important industry of
this most interesting place is the raising
of "marsh tack'-vs. The marsh tnckey
i a shabby pony , hardly larger than the
Shetland, light built and hardy. Ho
lives in the water arid will not eat corn
or hay. He i brought up on the ruarsh
gras., which he eats between tho titles.
J hev cost literallv nothing, breeding in
droves !i wild Icrscs. Each drove has
its leader, who selects the eating grounds
and ilccul -s when the tide is coming in
or going out. Once a year the owners
have what is called a "ponv penning."
All the poni-s along the coast, running
into the thoiiMinds, are driven Jii by
b ats and either branded or sold. They
brine frnm $15 to .;f0 apiece, and it is
a tribute to their utter wildness that a
"broke" pony that Is, one that can be
ridden or driven, is called a "trained
tackey," and brings 70.
They are in great demand in the mid
die part of the state, eating little and
doing a heap of work. They run down
to skin and bones before they learn to
eat corn or bay. but then fatten ranidlv
and loso the ugly redish color the salt
water gives them. There are men who
buy them in large numbers, train them,
and take them to the mountains and ge
fancy prices for them. As I write thpi
is a drove of trackeys marching in slov.
and sedate procession against the hori
zon. The leader, bearing his responsi
bility with dienitv, picks the way rare
fully, and his companions follow with a
blind senf of conhdonce. Ihe water,
as it splashes about their legs, glistens
like showered filver, and their red sides
shine against the sun like bronze. On
thev go. as birds beat homeward in the
twiiight, growing smaller and more in
distinct ai thev plod their steady way.
At last they are but specks above the
water, moving dumb and patient to
some well-desired goal. .Vt w York Xewa,
Why They Shut the Stage Door.
A correspondent of the San Francisco
rod relates the following incident of a
stage ride through the mountains: We
were going to say that on this partica
lar trip wo passengers were exceedingly
annoyed by the persistence with whieu
young Foss (the driver) demanded that
the stago ooors no Kept ciosoa, particu
larly when their being opened causee
an appreciable circulation of air. Just
as we were roundinea particularly nap
row turn in the face of the cliff, Foss
noticed that the inside door, so to speak
was again being held ajar. Promptly
putting on tho brakes and bringing his
horses to a halt, he descended.
"Do vou seo that rockP" he said,
pointing to a huge bowlder ahead that
barely left room for tho stago to pass
"What of HP"
"Only this. Last season a stage whs
passing that rock when somebody
opened the door. J he uooroaugbton
the rock, and us it opcued further jus
nried the whole business over tho cliff
That little speck way down there is one
,ot tho unu wnceis caueui ou a ireo
Now will vou keep that door shut?
It took half an hour to got that door
opened when we got to (Jaliutoga, every
individual having separately uea
with his handkerchief.
A Detroit astronomer is said to have
recently "witnessed a grand explosion
of gas on the western limb of the sun.
This Information is important it) ih .1 it
snows mat electric llguis have tun ;
been adopted up there.
Tiik Dhlnkaku is a burden to himrclf as
well us his ffieiiils; but, since intoxication
becomes a disease, it requires a remedy of
uo unusual act vity. Thoso who have
taken Simmon Liver Regulator declare
that it so s the liver in action and in
vigorates the system in such a way as to
destroy the craving for strong thinks. Tho
shaky, nervous and distressed should re
store to tho Regulator as a tonic to sroure
tho torpid liver to action, to regulate tho
bowels and remove the feeling of general
depression aud with it tho craving.
Sproat's Retail Ire liox.
Cousmneis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cuodiffs store whee
rc in stiv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
'heir tickets will be punched at this stand
j'lst tin same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
4l''Many silly people desire the pieci
ous, not understanding it." Hut no one des
pises Kidney-Wort alter having given it a
trial. Those that have used it agree that it
is by far the best medicine known. Its
action is prompt, thorough and lusting.
D m't take pilis, a;,d other mercurials thut
poison the system, but by usii g Kidney
Wort restore the nutural action of all the
Composed of thp best known tonic, iron
and cinchona, w ith well known ammutics,
is Brown's Iron Bitters. It cures indiges
tion, and all kindred troubles.
bucKieu AfMca Salvo
The Hi st S:dve '.n the world for Cuts,
Bruges, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Fever
SoreB, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
lorns, and all Skiu Eruptions, and prsdivelv
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to cive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents per b. x. For sue oy Geo. E
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
louhl be stopped, neglect l'requi'url re
suits :n au Incurable Lung disease or on
uuiplion. Brown's Bronchia! Trwhe;s do
not disorder the stomach like cough svJps
and balsams, but net directly on the inflam
ed carto, allaying irritation, give reluf in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Couehs, Catarrh, ami
the Throt Troubles which Singers snd
Pu jlic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recoiunended by physicians, and always
Sfive periect satisfaction. Having be--n
tested bv wide and constant use for nearlv
an entire generation, they liuve attained
well-merited rauk among lis few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 'ih cents a
American In.st tuteon Ture Grape Wine.
The IVts lfn! ntjii h Cun.inilu-e from the
arm:rV Club, of the Aintrican Tustitutt',
have vibiti-fl Spner'h Viueyards bud Wine
CelUrs, nml tiny report iliai the IVrt Umpe
me ot Altreii spei-r, of tw Jersi-y, is the
intist reliable wine to In: olitnineil. It i
now beit)!.' iised by Pliysiciuns who are the
mobt clioio in the selection "oit-s utt
ootiviltBifut patients. Ihe prion pal l'-
pitnls in ew lurk have adopted tins wine.
It is f.ir bale by Paul Schuh. lino
Puhe Cod LivekOil niide from sclerted
livers, on thi'sea-slnrt', by C iswull, II :iz rl
& Co, New Y rk. It is hbsnlubdv pure
Rndswtet. Ptttien's who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Phvsirhi.8 hnvo
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, pimples,
rouyh skin, cured by uslm; Juniper
nap. made by Caswud, IliZirl &
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery fur Consumption, Coutfl.s and
Colds, have, been given away as trial hot ties
of the larire s'ze. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by tho
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry Y.
Schuh's Drue Store and cet a triul bottle
free, and try for yourself. It utver fails to
X' ver Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and Ac-
presed spirits, los9 of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headnche, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will bo surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will lie inspired with new lite;struith
and activity will return; paiu and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Hitters. Sold Ht
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (.)
The IIowo scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, nml nil weakness
of generative organs, fl, ft for if 5. All
dtuiigists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold iu
Cain by Barobiv Brtn .
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicuticu n
trial for thirty days t ) men (youn or old)
who arc afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, mid kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy nnd complete
restoration ot health and manly viijor. Ad
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red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
- AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our mnn; othxr Flfctro-On'ranlc nail Munnetlo
Appllnnrm hu OurmonU nro InTnluulils, and aura
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tlim, Ororworkwl lirnln, EihnnaOoa or Loaa of Vital
Kuariiir, Wmlt Uurk. Kldni i IjImiu. l.ung, Llar and
Huimnrh CumelHlnla, ami ara ntstm) to EITHER
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and entirely clit1ri.nt frnm halia and all olhnra, h thai
Kialtlvljr Maneruta eontlnunua currfntt without acid,
oaualng no hnrm nnr lrrimtlon of the akin onn ha
worn at work na wrll a mat, and ara only noticeable to
the waarnr. The I'nwir Ih raKtilnted ao aa to meat tba
diffnrant aU,:i of ail dirHM.-a whara Electdo and
Mufc-aetlo treatment la of beuntlt 1 huta for
Cure Impjtencv, Seminal Weakness. Lost Manhood, io
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WHAT jind HOW to purrhaae; trrma for
jold or .llrer platu.g, repairing, Ac. Will alao
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ihe hoof A sows Music co Chicago iu
TheBes! .Known Remedy for
Backache or Lamo Back.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Disease).
Lumbago, Severe Achesor Pains
Are Superior to oil other Ploatera.
Are Superior lo Pa-Is.
Are Superior to Liniments.
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Thry Art Immediately.
They Uellevo Tain at Once.
They FoMt Ivrl j Cut e.
Di'iinn's Ciprlna Tornns riis-
icra iiuvcneen imitated, vo
u.it alliiw your dniiti:i! to
palm off n unu oitv r piuhicr liuvini! a einillur
aoutnlinc namn. Keo that tho word ia epeliid
C-A-P-C-I-N K. T'rics 5 els.
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d7 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A vifi'lar (iriidmitH (if two lueilletl
fiilteiri-. Iii.i I'ceu i.iii vr-r i-tiirntreil In the li'teit-
!il 'III (if ( Ill'Ollic, NervilUH, M:ll uuil
Hlond li -('ispa thnti miv ollu r pliyieiiiii In
t?t. l.tiul' , :fs el'y f' :)..-r hhov a'.nl a.'l o.d rc-1-
rt''llt kllO-, ( (;llt:ill'ill lit (Hlii'i. (if liv lilllll,
five mill iio lti'il. A ii ieii'lls lull, nr Ii!h hiiii.ii
roMf ti.it ti i ii vf . When 111. I'lienn yen lent l.i vllt
tile eitv l"r tri uliM iit. turiili k:c e,;n l.i'vnt
liy mull 'ir i'Xpr"-ii i-viTywIiere. Curnli'e i :i-c4
Bi'nnihle.'.i ; h-Ihtc duiilii ,i:t. il if liankly
bl.'lleil. t'uUor i ll''.
N.tvous Prostration, Dobilsty, Jlontal and
Phyoical "Wfaknoss, Murcui'iul and other
alTections of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Aflcc-
tions. Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediment to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention tct cMe from over-woi'ked brain.
SUSGICAL CASES rawive piaUttnntion.
Diseases arising from Imprudennes, Excesses,
Indulgeuce s or Exposures.
It Is lf.cv. It-tit t Ii at ti t livsleiitn paying
piiitlriilitr ullriiiliui o a fit- nieit -i aititlut
Kreal "kill, ami iltyeia- In rennlar pruellre
all itver the cmiiilrv kiinwlmr IhU. I'ii iit"iilly
reeotiiiiifiiil eaiew In I lie iililc-t i.iliee In Ane'rlea,
where every known n' llani'e l.s rcMirleil to,
nn. I tile prnveil koiI nu-il ie of all
aire. K'nl ((null ity are H'ed. A hole hmie la
ne l .i.' iiiliee pnreo-ea, ami all nre ti itletl with
(.kill In a i'e-ieelnl 111,'inner : aeil. kiiowliiL
vhat ! 'i. iiitevpei'l ineiit are niinle. (inae-
r :' '. tell! Iilllliliel' it 1 I K - a
cliaii;' i-' I t low. oiteii lower than Is
ileinainlt'il hy ner If von ".eein'e the aki'l
ami i:e a pee.y ami Hiin t lit- l ine, Itialls
the i in port mi t inallei'. i HiLplilit, M pages,
still to uny U'ltli esit Dee.
plates, ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
tlet'ant rlolti ami Kilt Mii'lini!. SinletlforW
cents In po-tntte or ein-reney. uverllily won
erl'nl pell iilt ltif.". O ne lo life ni l leh". on the
rolloHiin MiltJerM . ho iiniv iimfry . wiionot'
h Y I'ioi er iu.' lomai r-. . ' Who inan y rlrt,
.laiihooil. '.Vniiiiiehiiii'l. I'livMeal defav. Ilo
Oinnlil inirry. Mow I He uii'l Ii intjiliu'--. may ho
tnereii-eil, "'I'hn-i. n.irrlnl or t 1 1 1 . 1 u 1 1 1 1 tj
Piarrvlnif jIkhiI.I ri'.nl It. It nttulil tnlir reml
ny all itilnlt . rnn.. i l,. n l;e!i nndi r Inek and
key. l'ninlar eillllon, annic n- tilmve. hit I iiHper
oviT ami Keg paKta, CvUta Uy UiitiU la luwttoir
r .t iiTA I.
! i i 't Ml.lk HUM
. S.l'.l f ii'n
t . -.11.71 1 III-
.' ' r'',v"
t' , ,;l,l
'" ' i.r;.. ! . t. v i'l , nip,
j. t :! I.'.. I.I'' l!i- I',' : J.l..' ml
iSlftfiaB I- ! ''V- ' ::..":( VI. t orn.
Kpi'iSW in! i .V.. .eh....!-, .U.I1..P Kl.iek,
ii'. .i.'i. in.
Its Koliol'aiitl Cure tin certain as tiny
Willi ra'etv from til
JlIGIS t (sf&
irr h si r mm vm n sea pb
mm hu d aa w n us y
timtii' (.hiiiuJ oeiid in omita lor lit linnk, cntitalnlnu llk 'nii-aea oi Ii
Uliltiiacnieiila of profea-loiiiii kieill eui.iii, Minlalnra, Meii'lialit-, I'-ltn r". mill i.'lu t" who b&vu heun
i nruil. Tiua-ea iml Kit plum aunuer or 1 tlur ullni't I he net -vtitia ami men ti' a., aleni. brink on fiiiil' 'Its
eaues, ImpotctlfV, ilealiov t'lii-riiv a-id a iel'il ilcalrea, 4iiiklii(l llie yoni n old and tho o.rt naokaa i'rtu
cih1 oIll' O 'i I llrnailwnv, New York. For tint cntiYotiince i f "A i alt rn pivtlet ts Ur. Miermtu will be at
iila olllco, ror 4,h aud Market alroi l, St. l.tmla, Sic, from Ni Vi nilier 1ft to Dm. ember Will.
We give oakar's guar- tptfrpr?.
Don't buy a
Kiin, or ANY
toon our bew
can got IIKTTER
AT LEAST Ono
Ing on, or ordor-
J. L. HERBS,
NF.W AUVKIITI.sk VfN'l S.
riMIE BERT -Mag-1
Mzine. TWO DOLLARS.
DESIOREsrs Illnstratd 110NTIILY.
Hold by h11 NrwiteaUr arid PnaUj a i.ts. Svn.l
VlV'M , f:'.! '"i- e lm,.,, cv tl) w ,,1
MNUS DKMMIIKST. I'ubllHhef; 17 KaVt Four
tt'cu'.li Miuut, Nuvv York.
far Tlio New Vol lima (l!l) enmmflnres with
'VTt!',r ,.!?uud i'lnY UKNiS lor threo
ir !: ', , 1 "l'"'y yn mat you can niMaerf
no iju.inre ir a i'iir nun hi i ten times
times Its vala
YOUXiJ 31 KX
liyu.' v.iiut to l. nm TelewF .
T) V 'ilt n ii -A In 1 1 1. 1 li 4 an n t.
caruiiu.f h :Ml!it VttiUiliUl hrothert.
Janttaville, . ir. a
.i i" I K
l.d I r o r S"!et l,tt of Lo-
cnl ISf-wau il, rt Hi n
I' It will; Co., 10
fprucu t t.rtet. Nw Toik
351 ij4;''",lo,tln. For nl-: l,y rtil drug.
bJfJ i ei-il I 7V .Svr.Tiura v'. OIWCINNATI'
i'i,i '.'' iiu;uiH;a la.'at tmner.
DDCnRc B!ior ATiur Bine make
niooii, anl r .llM.ii.'etivcharcrnthe blond in the e n
t iroaratiMii in three month a. A ny person who will take
1 pill enrh mrht from I to i'i wncKumir bo re.trred
to aonnd henlth, if niioIi a thttii h ..wi.il'li. Sold e
erywlieri',r r.'nt h. mail for H letter atamp. 1. 8.
.limsaiiS A i o ll.i. ion, Ainu... fjriuTly Lu.iijor. ilo.
OF E'.TPY KIND CKVArCR THAHEVEB.
Rldea.Cluit (iuim, Rprulvors, Ammunition,
Flnhi.ii; i'.u i,lt, .Seiner, j;,ta, Kllivea,
Ua:or, il.ates. li.imtiiocka, ote.
tnrfco liuislrueil (ainnnfiio FKEE.
GREAT Vv'ESTERN GUN WORKS,
a ii m t s
r'an.n I iiiii i in a am Hi i main
VYAT''!r.f) I liftiesantlfrrritiiuoe!, tnengagft
wi'Ii t. I" ' -"ver'tl I till iir.u.hotit
ArtK !,. K.ulii Lire,- I..i:,or U licht.
Kxelu-.'v teirln.ry unen. No enmpetitjon.
Tern. 'iiui rni. Civuh.n.rKKK. A'Mr-sa
Ucwlti u:tii ii I'.ir f j I .i , li ,t. Ml-., l'ittburirh, Ta,
l?trc oot i-'.7dr Kills
PB ALL WW-m VERMIN.
It will t'.r.r..- .'!.'. e-::c; re
Pi:'; t.ia.s 1 v .. , 1 !,...,'t,nw
Meth. t::. It : . . nil . e
j'c 'r.t.Hhi''?. Ant,
iiin'i i ' i ion Worms,
will p.. t t. '!- : .. . li.-.u:., pin !.,. unplepnck-
; -' .: ' iHivi.jvn 1. fitaUll takeu.
tireitl'in ii -. .;. nn V:in!t-tl. Afi'lress,
J.Ii. JCHNSTON. Vitfsbuvgb, Pa.
iii.a t iiPiin. ii
jjSl Icf aJS kir..s torcalo very cheap.
I a HULL 4 CO. San B60. 1'itUmrgh, Pe-
I BCFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent ot 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUM OR CLD,
iniu ari anlTerlrirf fr.nii Nitnvnra nnBtt.iTT,
V Lost Vitality, 1-kik or Nkhvr Foiut! nd
Viiiiih, Wastiso lV-AKNKtsKa. aeil all tlin-e ili.HpaitHa
of n I'tasos!, NAit ue r 'snitnm from Ani se anil
Iitiivs Cai art. N(n'i..ly rili'.f'nn I i",i!iiiiete rehto.
ruliuiiot HKAt.Til V Mint ami Maviiooii iH akantkkd.
The irvnTitl.-nt li.-.'.i.ei i i.i ti,,, Nin..t,....i!)i Century.
K-jni nt oner for lllu.l i iitni I'auiphli't free. AtMreaa
V01.TM3 CELT CO.. MARSMAll, MICH.
r tn 'j
oil s trei,
Hortf ..k, Mt-Miil:vl Him.ti'i, l j' ruth Loif of
It wiiii' Uil. All diiititt. iA i
N I. W ADVI-K TISK.M b N Ts .
Diuuki'iniess & Opium Eatiug
C I'.r.vm M II Ah.ia IS I Fjtirth avenue.
Nu V..ik. have pa plea remetl eu for Ilmao evil.
'1 ii(jii-ar.,lB nireii. call or "nri stump for evi-
I ti'ivn a pimltlvu riouoily fr tint al.ovo illaeitno; bv Ua
t a iliiiiniaiiila of ca.ra of tho M.irM kin. I ami of ("";
iniiitlinir leivtj bean euii'd. Iti.lt.iil,an httunir I. tnv fanS
ill Ua i'llli'ili-y, Hint 1 will rtvtiil T,Vi IKil l I I. I llf'K. tn
ti'lher lth a T.M.I' A III. K TIIKAI ISK on tti:a dtanaso.to
kliy .Ulluier. Ul. u Kxpn itml f U. ll'I.lr. ...
1K. T. A. tfLOU'll, Itt 1'aarltt., NuwYvrk.
follows day by Dr. .1. A. ShiMiimnV Method,
und wi tpnii Hie li.iurv
trinreii lilt rt. Thore wlahlilkf
' ' Mat
It V . t .74-4 I .1 ,fc7.'l
-(fjr NtHtllliu ihi.it Vtfl-U) illlut tl
A CUf'1 'l ."Vint .l-t, Till . Jti.il. IttH'v,
il caa.-a h, fure u.id utt oi cure, alao
antes for S .roars, and add
moaning JUST whst It saji.
Ing from ua.
3Q7 N. Fifth Street, ST. LC7I3.
fur r!T.' w .
TP rr V.'- I