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All Communication! ibould be addreeeed to
K. A. HUKNRTT.
Publliher and I'ro'uletnr.
"Is dm heah letter all right, boss?"
askeil n Austin ilurkey, handing the
clerk a letter he wanted to send oft in
the mail. The clerk weighed the letter
and returned it, saying:
"You want to put another ataiup on
it. It weighs too much.'
"Ef I puts anoder wtanin on do letter,
dat won't make hit no lighter. Dat's
gwine to make it weigh more."
Ia it a Ghost?
A gentleman foll known in this city,
says the Cincinnati Enquirer, and who
for short will be called Brown, was al
most scared out of his senses night be
fore last by what ho regarded as spirit
rappings. He lives in the same houso In
which Tie has reBided for six years. He
has no family except his wife, a hand
some lady of 36. Ho is on the road
traveling a great deal of tha time, and
in bis absence his wife and servant are
left alone. The wife has often told dur
ing the past three years of unusual
noises heard around tho houso while h
was away, but ho never gavo the raattr
One night a little over two years ago,
during riie absence of Mr. Brown, tho
wife was awakened bvthe eound of
heavy footfalls in the dining-room, Im
mediately below. They were plain and
unmistakable, like (he tread of a man
walking up and down the room in great
excitement. Kvery xt'p was hear! dis
tinctly, nnd the luonotomnis tramp,
tramp continued for fully ten minute.'..
Mrs. Brown at first thoutrht that her
husband had returned and wa-t perpe
trating a joke oq her, but a tremendous
knock, as from a giant's fist, on the
dining-room door dissipated tho delu
sion, and, frightened nearly out of her
senses, the poor woman covered her
head with the bed-clothes and waited in
fear and trembling for further develop
ments. Often after that many uncanny
noises were heard in different parts of
the house, but more generally in the
bedroom of Mrs. Brown.
Manifestations have been more fre
quent the past two or three weeks, and,
as Mr. Brown feelingly informed there
porter, the unknown has "raised the
devil." On Wednesday night ho had
considerable writing to do and sat down
to accomplish it. At half-past 9 o'clock
his wife aid slio was tired and would
go to bed, and going into ber bed-room
closed the door and proceeded to dis
robe. She had not been in the room ten
minutes when the rapping commenced,
each time by three knocks first at the
window, then on the mirror in the dressing-case,
and then on the headboard of
tho bed. They came in such quick suc
cession and with sucb frequency that
she went out into the hall where her
husband was at work and told him what
she had heard. Ho immediately arose
and led his wife back into tUB room,
put her to bed and remained a little
time with her to quiet her fears. As
usual with his appearanco the knocking
ceased. After sitting for some five
minutes he withdrew and partly closed
the door, but stood there a moment to
listen for a repetition of the noise. He
had his ear close up to the door, when
suddenly there came a thud against it
that sounded as if produced tv a power
ful blow from a clenched list. He re
coiled in astonishment, and thon recover
ing himself opened the door and looked
in to see the source, but found no one
there. Partly closing it again he Map
ped out and tried it over, with the same
result, attended with slighter nnuiite.ita
tions at the headboard of tho bed, tbruo
in rapid succession, repeated every
twenty or thirty seoouds. After satisfy
ing himself that they were really rap
pings of some supernatural order ha be
came thoroughly alarmed and lay awake
almost tho entire night, wondering
wheu he would be picked up ami car
ried out by the unknown.
Mr. Brown and wife are both unbe
lievers in spiritualism, aud are lost in
wonderment that their peace aud quiet
should be thus molested. He intends
to change his residence at once and sec
if he cannot get rid of the manifesta
tions. Tobacco on the Young.
We have referred to the action of some
foreign authorities in forbidding tho use
of tobacco by tho young tho prohibi
tion being basod on the fact that tobac
co lessens their future capacity of ser
vice to tho Slate, especially in military
lu full accord with this Is the Report
of I)r, Gihon, Medical Director, U. S. N.
In retiring from tho Institution ho de
hired to leave it as his last utterance
that "beyond all other things, the future
health and uscfulnessof the lads educat
ed at this school require the absolute
interdiction of tobacco."
In this opinion he is, be snys, sustain
ed by his colleagues; by nil other sani
tarians in military anil civil life whose
views ho had been able to learn; and by
the known belief of the ollicer w ho was
to succeed him.
The fact thatsomany adultscan use to
bacco with apparent impunity is, in his
view, no argument in favor of its use In
growing lads, for while it arrests waste
of tissue in the former, this very nrrest
of waste in the young is connected with
a retarding of their normal develop
ment. lie adds, "An agent, which, thpmgli
itssedativu effect on the cireiilalimi,
creates a thirst for alcoholic Humilia
tion; which, by its depressing and dis
t orbing effect on tho nerve centres, in
creases bad passions; which deienuiiies
diseases of the heart; which impairs
vision, blunts the memory, and inter
feres with mental effort ami application,
ought, lu my opinion as n sanitary of.
ticer, at whatever cost of vigilance, to
he rigorously interdicted. l'nuih't
Preparation are being mado to din
cover another comet. One that will not
up no early in thu morning ia piufurrud
The work of going into a newspaper
office and whipping the editor is yearly
becoming more dangerous. A reform
In this matter has been slow, traveling
with "bunioned" feet over a rough
road, but it has at last arrived, and now
editors aro expected to take care of
themselves. Until recently whipping a
newspaper man was strictly constitu
tional. If a man made a bad horso
trade and saw no other rnoanB of re
venge ho would seek the nearest news
paper office and "whale" the editor for
not keeping him posted In regard to tho
other man's horso. It made no differ
ence whether or not he was a ttubscrib
or, for it was tho editor's duty to seo
that ho received an occasional copy of
the paper anyway. Reform is attacking
tho newspaper business from the right
to the left wing. Editors who were
formerly expected to get drunk threo
times a week and entertain a lofty con
tempt for clean shirts, now dispense
with ono drunk and suffer an occasion
al chango of raiment. Tho old time edi
tor was a man of classic education and
a breath that needed salting. If he did
not dress in an eccentric manner and
wear a battered hat bo was not a gen
ius. He diil not know the value of
money, and boasted that it was impos
sible for for him to i nrry any change in
his pocket. His day's work consisted of
writing ono or two erratic articles and
then going out with a party of politicians.
If he visited the ofticu again during tho
night, ho had to be assisted up the steps.
His object in calling again was not to
do any work but to read an article to a
political friend. Tho editor of to-day is
a business man. He goes to work sys
tematically. He tries to dress like a
human being and does not feol Insulted
if you refer to him as a man. He does
not boast of any particular college train
ing, and he does not glory in classic de
bauch. He knows the tread of the bill
collector, a sound which is indeed moro
plutSaut than tho shuffle of the politi
cian. It was an easy matter to whin the
old timer, but the new man defends
himself. This is a warning to a certain
man who has been hanging around this
oflice with malicious linger. It is to be
hoped that it is plain enough to be read
even by him that runs and that the run
ning w ill be done in an opposite direc
tion. irk. Traveler.
Tho proudest day in a Ionian's life
is her first son day.
The feet of a Guino-v iilf i'KIh.) mer
chant uift thirty inches bm.
Lieutenant Very's vivi'in of night
signals has been adapted in the navy.
Tho most pronounced lie on record is
that of a young man who as-erts that
he likes his girl's small brother.
The fashion of short sleeves never
made pr&tty aims, but it i more than
probable that pretty arm; lu.ehi short
A French physician says that raw
oysters and chicken soup will nourish
any girl through at least six disappoint
ments in love.
A training-school for servants has
been cslabn-hed in St. I.ouis. Will
they teach a pretty housemaid not to
scream when th'.- old man kisv ber, by
At a recent tost of plain boiler flues
In England against rorrntti.d I'ues the.
former collapsed at 2J' pounds per
square inch, wiiiie the latter withstood
1,020 pounds per square inch.
A farmer at Kargo, J). T., has a very
profitable supply of fuel in tho product
of a gas well struck on his premise.
Ho uses tho gas for heating, cooking
and illuminating purpose-.
The first locomotive ever built south
of the Ohio River has jun been com
pleted in Chattanooga, The. material
used in even- part of the work was pro
duced in TonDssee.
An Indianapolis paper estimates that
the farmers of that State are yearly
swindled out of .?2,00),0Ki by'tricks
which tho newspapers have exposed
over and over again.
Out of twenty-eight samples of "pure
cider vinegar" submitted to a Cincin
nati chemist for anahsisevtry one turn
ed out to be a base fraud, being made
of acids and drugs.
The late II. 1). Hirst of (iermantown,
Pa., was remarkable for his mania for
roses. He had in his collection about
1,600 rose trees, which he cared for with
religious faithfulness. lie literally lived
In a bower of rare and beauteous roses.
The old elm known as Washington
IrvlDg's tree" that had for so many
years stood in Battery Park. New York,
was cut down a few days ago. It flour
ished at tho time of tho revolutionary
With his hands fixed immovable in a
bear trap a Maine hunter sat staring
death in the face till gaunt starvation
came to his relief. lie left his home
last spring. His remains were found
only a few days ago.
A child with a shell upon its bnok
and olasvs upon Its hands and feet, with
a head very nnicli resembling a turtlo's,
is a reported natural enrioMtv in the
vicinity of Do View, Woodrull' county,
Ark. It was still-born, and weighed
four or five pounds.
A curious story comes from Indiana,
where a tool manufacturing compnny
sbiipod fin invoice of steel pitchforks to
Italy. The implements were so smooth,
sharp, and highly-llnished lhat tho par
tics to whom they were tent refused to
receive them, because they feared that
tho natives would use theiii as deadly
Tnnro was a time when the Kuropean
pilgrim could bo instantly known by
tho cut of hor clothes, but these delight
ful car-marks can bo no longer monop
olized by ladies who have- crossod tho
raging main to secure thorn: Tho stay
at-liomn wear- as chic a toilet, though
sho probably pays double what it would
cost abroad. The distinction Is felt In
tho pocket, but it is not observed In tho
Dr. Wilson, of Meriden, has fotitid
that malarial diaotiso Invaded Connec
ticut in 18(10, in the towii of Southport,
in a wave scarcely more than twenty
miles wide, spreading laterally from
this line of progress only after reaching
tho northern boundary of the state, and
occupying about fifteen years In its
march. This migratory feat uro of the
disease has not boon heretofore noticed
ia Amerion, thoiigh not unknown on
the continent of Europe,
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY AiORNLVG, NOVEMBER 20, J 882.
Ik bilious, or suffering from impurity of
blood, or wek lungs nnd feiir consumption
fuaolulouH clisuase of the luns), take Dr.
Pierce. 'o "Golden Medical Discovery" tnd
it will cure you, By druggists.
Fok Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
vurious forms; also as a preventive agrnst
Fever aud Auue, Hiid'otliur IntermiUout
Fevers, the "Fetro-I'hosporated Elixir of
CalifiHya," made by Caswell, llszird & Cc,
New York, aud sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients lecoverinnTrom
Fever or other sickness, it hs no equal. (1)
Tub purity and elegant perfume of
Parker's Hair Balsam explain the popular
ity of this reliable restorative.
Mothers I Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you iii.sturied at eight and broker
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pniii of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and irct a bottle ol
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. it will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depeud upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell you
at oncu that it will regulate the bowels,
and yive rest to the mother, and relief ami
health to lb" child, operntintr 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 bust female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 21 cents a bottle.
Only Two Bottles.
Messrs. Johnson, llollownv Si Co., w hole
sale druggists of I'hiKdelphia, P , report
that some time auo a gentlemen handed
them a dollar, with a riqu."-t to send a
good catarrh cure to two army i dicers in
Arizona. Recently the same gentleman
told them that both thu officers and the
wife of Gen. John C. Fremont, Governor of
Arizona, bad been cured of catarrh by the
two bottles of Ely's Cream lialin.
American Inst ttiteon Pu re (i rape Wine.
The President and a Coinmitiee from the
Farmer's Club, of the American Institute,
have visited Speer's Yiuejards ami Wine
Cellars, nnd they report that the'Port Grape
Wine of All red Spier, of New 3 amy, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in the selection of wines for
coGvalesccnt patients. The principal hos
pitals in New York have adopted this wine.
It is for sale lv Paul Srhuli. lino
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Holts and Electric Applicants n
trial for thirty days to men (young or old I
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vitrur. Ad
dress as above. N. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
617 St Chariot Street, ST. LOUIS, MO,
A vegulr Orniltinin of to tnedleat
Oolli'Ki'S hi been louyer MiK"ied In the treat
ment of ( 'hronli', Nfi'voiiM, Mini nnd
llool DiM-nnv i ti n n kiiv iitln r I'IivkIcUui lii
St. l,oii If, cllv iuh r tliow mM nfl o.ri".
ili'iitf know, ( tmfciiliiiilnn Ht in;'i nr iii.iII,
friitnil lnvlti'il, A frliMiillv Inlkor c'lnl..i
iviMf nolhlni:. W In n ll MnrmiWMiinit tovlMI
the t'ltv ,nr Iri'iitinrnt. iiii'dii lnc run bi'm-ni
ly mull nr i'X'r.'sn -vf rvw lifti-. null
giirmitecil : v Ihtm doubt cMh ii Isfriinkly
.tiled. Call or Write.
Nnrvom Prostration, Debility, Mutual n1"
Physical Woaknos, Mercurial and othpr
affections of Tliroat.JSkln and Bones, Blood
Imprities and Blood rjnMniiiK.JSklnjjlnV-
tlonn, Old Sores and Ulcors. InipoMmpnU to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Tiles. Special
attontion to easns from over-worked hriiin.
SURGICAL CASES reotve njieeial attention.
Diseases arintng from Imprudences. Fxnosnn'j
Indulgence or Exposvirra.
It Is H'lf-rvldi'iit llutt h iitinlrlnn ravlnn
rrtlniUir att -n t ! n in ri.i m rex hioiiii-.
Iin-At fklll, ami I'lu i-1 m n - In I'l'unUt iirm'tiri'
till over th rmiiitry kii"ii'u thU. fii'ipi'Milly
rrminnil riw tut lie cldrid . . Ill III A mwli-n
wliro verv known neidlieiri' I ii'ntlid I",
ami Ihr ii-ovt koiI ii'iiu'il ! l nil
nr niKl riiniitl li lilr nu d. A linlr Imliw I
Ui.n1 furnllli'i' I'uri'n.i'., mid nil nn (ri iili'il Willi
fklll In r)'Hioi'tnil iiiniiiHT! nnd, knnliiu
hnl to do, no rxfi'liupiil nn' iiimli', nn nr.
roimt of tli" ail-ill 1 1 1 1 ii i ) ' i' n t) Inu, tlm
flisrarf krtit low. tifin tnmr limn It
dMiimut"!! hv inner If mmi fwnri' Hip fkl'l
ami ti'l a tlD'nly ami i'i lVi t III" i-iiit, llml la
III. Iiiipni Innl Mi 1 1 1 it. t'itmilil, ill! .iii:s,
Kill to any ailili frw.
plau-s. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! A
KIfHtit rlntli ami Hit I'lmlliiif. Ni nint (or W
r"iit In pnlnKH ei- ciirrwiry. lvtr ttrtv won
iVrfnl in ii'tni'i"i, tni In lire arilelnou tlifl
hllowlna fiil'lcrlf, Wlinliinv marry, tfhuiinl;
Miyf 1'rnj.rr aim toman y. ho marry llrl.
Jlnnliimil, Wdiiianliond, V) ir.il riVrav, M ho
ilionlil mari'V. H"w Hf aril hndilm" may hit
inrrfapit, Tlton. maieinl nr rontiniitdallnii
Hiarrvlna ahotild rrail ll. II nnulit to Ii rai
Cy all adult in'ron, then ki ot innlcr loi'k anil
or. ronilar edition, aninc n above-, hut fapHf
tor and lK) raaa V rvnia ly wail, In mftM
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our raaor othr Kloclro-dii'vanlc and Magnetlo
A i(j11iiiiio and (lurmantt are Imralunble. sort a aura
cur tor Nervmn 1-Iitr Pfirnlyais. Kileir. Kheuma
tiara, Uvrwnrkd brain, Ethauailon or Low of Vllul
Knurny VNnik llnrk. Kldm-r Jdiwu, lung, Ll?r and
8toraah tuinilalnn. nod ar adaptt-d to I1THIH
Htx. I lime amdUm-M ara tlie ry Intmt Improved
and entirelj diffrnt Irom beltt and all otlieri, ai th
poIOvlr generate conllnuoua currenta wllliout aclda,
caualna- no aornt nor Irritation ol the akln-ciin tie
wornatworg nn well aa rt, and are only notloeulile to
the WHiirer. 'J he -.oer la reicilated id m to meat the
nltferent ataga of all dltBaant hrn tlectrlo and
Magnetic treatment iaof Ixir.i lit Ttioae for
Cunt Impotency, Seminal Weakncss, Lost Manhood, c
Th7 Cure whon nil ei.e falls. Our Illuatratad
rnnipn sr,- i w.,!i.d enTwInr on receipt of bcente
tt(if, or tecurvly ra,,pd, t,nr.
IlowiiiJ Eloctro-JIimnili; IckoIh, 11 peri elr by moll,
AMERICAN CALVANIC CO.,
312 K. eth 6t., 8t. Loula, Wo.
Til K IIAt.LItMY.
A Nuw ami LuiDpe'to 11 tol, fronting nn I,, vui
.-i'CodiJ and Knilriad Strntr.
Th VbaariiLrr Dreol nl thu CliUa-o, St. l,i,,ilt
an'- tew Urlnana: llllnoif Cjiitrnl; Waliali, M.
Louif anil Tadik; lion Moimtiuu and Soull.ern,
.Mol)i!v mid Ohio; uir auU SI. I.imia I(hiiwi:j(
aro all Jnt acrofa the atri'el; while the Stcauih, at
L an il 1 1. ji la tiul oue a jtiare diftant.
Thin Hotel l healed by atoum, hua hhto
Laundr). HydrauMi- tlovator, Klettric l ull Ibflla
Autonmiic Klre-Alarma. liatha, almolu'ely juirt' air
pertci.t Buttera.? aud lumpleta appoiniiii'uni ( .
Kqpvrb tumifbiosa; prfict a. rvice; and nn tin
I-.. 1'. 1'AR.KIOK .Sc t ' .,L.fk-ij
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VOL' It CAPITAL.
'J'li'Rt' ilcalrltii! to nmko nion.-v
on iii'hI1 Blidinriliinii luvrsiiiienta
wAaV liiL'.m iii
(.'i mil. tiroviapitm niM stix'k
tilntloiiH. cmi do aobvopei'Et
ii mil' iiltan. I-rom Mnv 1st.
ImSI. tnLhntircainitilfito finitiv.r.
WHEAT ni' lil-KOf lllf,l.lHHI.ctialiprontH
imvo boon roiillzod mid piilil to tn-
$P ffi v.'ftoi'aaiiioiintiuc tosHvorul ttmua
wft tUo (inwinnl invi aiini'tit. I'rofltn
Uv )1!iiil that nfi'Vi-rv niontli, atili iotiv.
uiu Hie (iri.d ml niventiiirnt iimk
C TOOIf C ,"1 ""'llt,v nr imvaliln on ilrnminl.
k1 vLIVo I a ii'inin'iiv nroiiliirH ami atme
iin";tn i'f fund W Mont fivo. Vp
G 1 fin v.ioit roapciiixiblo a'tunta, who will
ail'jM 'i po.t nn I'fnpa ami liitroiluro the
tffVMi pliiu. l.ilnrul cmimiiasioiia paiil.
jMnJ.ir Itlotk, lilcutfo, 111.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
lllnod, and Mi!lrnmpl"li!iTliiik'e the blnotl In the n
I in ovate m in I lui'o mini ilia. Any pi'mim nbo will taka
1 pill i-a, ll limb 1 1 mm I to 19 ncokKiua) bo ri'-tnr'd
to wind linallli, If anidi a tlinnr biaHill. Hold '
iTrttlwrn, or x'lil by mail furH billnr atanipa, I H.
JollNNON it I n , IV i ton, Ma., fiirmnrly llatigor, Mb.
Elctitc AppliaiKm gra tant on 30 Dayi' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLO,
T IID ai fiilfiinrf from Naiirot- I Men i.itt.
T l'"T Viiaimv. bi a nr Nl-IMIt ''oM' K
Viumn, WaiiriK'i Wr win via, and nil tlmi-o ilLtnawa
of a I'aaanMAt, Nati hk t, iii iii.j ii.h.i Ainit ami
orwaa Ci K, Hi jr t-" t r .ml rmnpli'ti' rvtii.
ration ol II ki.ti. limn nn I iUmiooIiiii aiuoTv.i'ii.
Tho KHindi t dlrnv. i ,,r in.. Sim ii...iui tvniin y
ar nd ut um v fur 1 1 Iii li nioil I'.implili'i ft !. A.hui'iia
VOtTAin BELT CU., MARiHALl, MICH.
Notlilnii lu world cuuul lu it iir Hi
' fur nl (Woliila. Piniplti, llolli, lli-r, Did am i,
Bora l,iw, Mi'ioiulal l)lirai, Cat irrh L"-
AiH'tli, t'luale I oni.llni, anil an aineo
f illiraii't, II iinir failt. All ilrunal'U ini
tvuntty tmrt k)n evil It. N. r. llrt
re., Pnt,'-, lttuharli, on my eoiue.
I BEFORE - AND - AFTER i
90-n. EAND CATAI.OO0B F0 I
IMS- 8ENf FREB to any ildni," ISO bin,,.
oVV'Ji'i' " ""'of BEA83, OtBMAN
SILVER and REED Inatruranma, tothat
ltll Pill luitrUl'tlnna fr.f f.irmln. D...V. .11
mi,"!"1"1 '"'niation of luatromeuta -
, , ., MOW to purchaan; tarma for
f'' 'i r v,,,r t'ltiod. rapalring, Ac. Will alao
THE HOP f
Reaaona Why tttcy arc rn-'iTreil to A.VI
Other Vorou VUsIpts ot txler.
Becatiao they posseaa a'.l tlie marit of tha
atranKtiieiiliig pcrntia pinner, and contain lu ad
dition tlieroto th newlv iliaroverpil powerful and
active veritable combitintion which aota wltb In
creaaod rnbelacit'iit, atimniatlug, aedativ and
counter irritant eiiecta.
UeoauBB thy ara a pcnulne pharmaceutical prep
aration, and to rucoi'uizoil by the proteaaion.
TSccauaethcy ara tlie only plaateia that, ralleva
pain at once.
Tlirauao thry will positivt'ly cure dlanaaea whlcb
other remedica will nut even relieve.
Bi'ranso ovor pliyainona and drugRlata hav
voluntarily tolifl'd tbat tliey are superior to all
other plaatera ot medicini'B for external ua',
Beina tho wanufai-tiirers haro received tha
rmly uicdala ever given for porous plastera.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY &. JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Cliemiata, l'w York.
fiUKK itK.VriDV"A"t LTsTPricl5ctI
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTf
Club'. "fieri' tin' uic-t initii Hof niui.iii nvtilitr ni"inlilv
jm .111 -1 r. "-. iij.. -uiiO'-i,nf ;f Int., if lHWirn!"i-Ml.-nl -ruin
I-4M li ni-'ii.N-r l'i tilt' l-ii'-Mi "I f'-'iii'iiie'l nii' iiit .'l' 'ln
Club. lOt.i Inc. per .mil. 1' ii'ien.1-, .i.,il ini.n'lilv. lic
txirtaof inr:itlon fet i-a.-li inr-nil-r. t-liiti.-- fo wli,
rulri'll! 'I"'e. millu'-'H' ie, lrn:l e::iMe. A n 'liHl'lr I "i .
r' r-ii'U.iriit ivHiii. il in e1,-:-- Ii.m ii. Pi.-, -till iiitlii'iiieiiia,
Ki'lnntn-v i -ri"i; it ..-et f:. . A-I'lie I:. I',. K&MMU.
Co, in i. b. .-n til.,UHll ALU. ll.U
uVi .,1 o ' '" ttfltivi care to ell Piabarirea
Btinir.-B. Smart, nil Vintiil BenHtl.iia of the
?jtj TTvT A "Btr Ti A fit A n-nn
a 5l 00,",rnn,tl'-r'r"'e"-1"bynlldrti(r-H
-T..;",-,Ji Kiat. nr h---titbv Kxcraea on
( 1 ' -'I'l "I vn-H. .izii xt. i AKlt fit rUKS
V4J l'lflmid 17?Sv'amnratf ciHcirivurt'
w" OHIO. J-lniue ratillllou this mil. i r. . . '
iJ OLD FRiEfdD
V.n ymi tnnk the AnifrlrHii Acrl
riillurUt y-.ii t li..i l.t n jum il.-n d.
It i nmv ui.ir vilulil,i to you tlmu
i-vnr, buine feialiy adapted l.ir tli
Wi-rtt. Send a"i"ip t r iv.ciinpn copy
an. I ?ti huw wi.n.li'riully t tin tint er him
iiiHin.vMii. t z i nri. i atu a l'"r,
i.iii'l Ii ir I i'-mn id'ti.in. t 'R A N'dlJ
JLI'ilt.0.. Uruudiiay. Nuw VuiIl
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U.IV fur the llVin ihmna
"f I ho worst kind and of lornf.
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teil.er 't:iu a A I.I AMI. K 1 KKATIdli m 11,1a dlatutw, to
w.j ..uviv,. ui.Qfiijin'H.nnii r. u. ul rr- a.
Dlt. T. A. SLUCl il, Ul I'l'uil it., Nw York,
WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE TO-MORROW?
QPool'sSignal Service Barometer
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( I SlSNAi. SERVICE
ok i--.i atTtK .
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wituuut nur irau iuaric,
uient, aa n.iow;
lis Ki'lief ,tinl Cin e as c.'rt.iiu us day follows day hy Dr. .1. A. Mu'i'inaii'u Method.
With aafi lyfrnm th iIiiiil'! m if aliaut'iitalioii and
proof r li t in ut aenil 10 ceiita tor hla 1 k, n I nl n t nj;
iiii'M-eiiii'iii-in rrini-a'.ioiiai teni leiueii, ,11 iiiiaier-, lerrnaut', earui tra, illiil o'liera who Have Dean
tired. 'I'rna-i'a and Uupliire aooner or Inter ailtn t llm tinrvnua and iiieii'a aval. 'm, lirinit on tit if-iiiln die
ana, liuiot'nev, deaiov enerv'v a'ld anilnl ib'a'r.'a, ni i It I ti ar Hie yniinif old'and tho old naeli aa Prill'
I put .-III 'ti 'i I llriiidwii , ew Vntk. I' or Hie emu 'iiieni n ol Wealeru luln't la Dr. hhetmnn Mill ha at
Ina (ifllen, cor Mi mnl V ir k el alreela, St. I, on la, Mo.,
Wo civs makor's caor
07Q OWN WA31UHT
Kim, or ANY
toon Our NEW
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AT LOST One
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THE BEST Hy Mag-i-azine.
DEVOREST'S Illustrated MONTHLY.
liH,1,?.hA1.1 f?"W"lal.'ra and Poatma-t-ra. Hunt
fflt'iiih blruut, Nuw YnrK.
vff Jha Volume (IB) commencea with
November rend Kll-TY CKN'IS for thret
t!I,i.":i 1 , " 4""fy ymi ,hl" ya tM 'uWrl-:.
I woUoilara for a far and i t inn tlnualta valo
Y0I'X(r MFV "yo'iwabt to learn Teleur.
1 'Li U -'UiiH j.hyiaaliitt ninutha, nd be
certain of aaltuiitlou.nddri-aa VulBUtlne Ilrotbera
Jauuaville, ' 1.,
D:itIlHht l i ml f r o r Select I.im of Lo
cnl wp-ip TH ,..i). . R.well A Co., ID
Spruce Mr. ui. Su Uik. "
NfcW ADV.1 RTISKMKNTh.
A I.rrullna; London rhyt
iriim PHtaiiliNlira aa
4ilili.'(ii Nuw York
lor the Cure of
It. Ab. M"mle (latonf I,ond'n1, who mukfi t po
clalty of R(rp:y, liax without dotil.t trtMiiuU n enrvi
niui'4 citflt'i itmn ny i-iIht H'lnif till vhIc i um. I! .1 rnff-mi
)iu sttn:y ti.'tti n-t'T.i-nnK ; ua inuj hvnrA of f :. of
ciVMf lo yttftr' nimtMni; KUiifPMftilif riircl hy ,t. H
Y puhllrtht'tl a wnMt on thli I'lhajAHO, which ho no mil
wl'h ftUr(.'rt hnrliiof hli wnndrfnl euro trfi t- tnj tif.
f rur wtm iimy mint tlu'lr t-tTrf nnd p. O. Atidrc
aWv'Utt nv un whlnif nriit'B to ttitilrr
ir. AW. MtaiiKyLJi, W4 Jubu Ht., Nw York,
BEYOXD THE lilYEll.
AW AY AC'Ifi'Ss TilE MISSISSIPPI JS HELD A
CONVINCING C.N VK8A HON.
"I tell yuu nr. that ihi'y ute ons of the neatest
coiii bl atb ne nv. r producud, and my experience of
tluil I ,-r: of thi haa lice n id cDouxlt lo entttla
my j'ltlpmfiit to roine recpect."
"Oh, I don't kn.iw, rvaponded the Am apeaker'a
fried. wltha little jawti. a thoiiRli liedidu't lake
n tuh Inter ct In lb' auhjec', ' 1 have never bieu
ulilo to are inu. ii difreraire In C oi-e things. They
aro all p i't y in nilv tl.e aiimi' al,, and nude of
ali'iiii Iii .) miiih' al ,i If ',
'I h mil;, i.f '.vireh tlie nrei;oii,i! 'h a lincmeut,
ln.ik nlm in (ialiiititi, M""''il, nut biiiij nun. In
Hi" iiii-nil',, e oi !)r I'. Kio.vcra, o.iu tif thu
li iulitu phjaii ini-H nl Kin Mato, who fnllnwnd up
lb.: vein .ii wi.ieli he h i tiitrndiiri'tl it anbatan-
t till ly in III- ar uiril :
"N'opai'iiae, iniil ia t t-t rigmarole of a boy, or
rather of a nun win, nth r ii'iean't lit,ow ordoeati't
cnr wbiii b. ru.a. . I a.i tlni ija, aa joa call
them, urc J'it in. il il I'l-ni n k tlm tiioiin a from
urceii clieeri'.. Now, I mil), ut, l. tt.iiia and oinl
menta Hrov. ry ukuI in nii.al rnai.s for the relief
of pitln or iiilt'iinitlDti. lint, In the brat place thry
are untleiin. Th"v a.-il the iiutida aud Hie linen,
beaide beiiiij alwnva em ..I' rea. :h w lion tliey ara
Well, my iii in il.irtnr " a!U'li'.l Hm tr.iveler fiom
the N'.irih, " vli at would you have; Thia ia a
wrutchi'd or!d iiuyhntv, and noihinp ie ever at
hiitid ttlun Ii m wiiiiie i. Diirau't Hifrat atiy
' Yea 1 ran." br. I.e in ih il.irlor. tlmrnpinu tha
table wlih Ihh fm cau au; ytllKNSoN'S
CAl'Cl.Nli I'Ui.Ut b I'LASTEK. 1 have tried ll
ou my paikutH, and I have tried It on tnyielf for
nu atiai k of I ' n n . . tn . u I a , and in all caaea relief baa
followed iu from three to lorty clnht hotire. The
old plaatera nre tni;e ( oache,-tho Capcine 1 a,
telegraphic il eputi..i. r'or inataucc, la casea of
Ncuraluln, Miuruliir Itheumatl jm, Liuubag , re
tarded actum of llm Uliliu: a, atid "
"I give, It up doctor, i.nd It caao of need I'll buy
Uetiaou'e," mid ( traveler pleasantly.
In th.-c'ii-er of ih nuino la en tha word CAP
Seahtiry .loliuaon, C'l)'tniata, New York.
All Only n.nitfrlit' rCiirt dof
Const, nipt ion.
When dmi'h wii liourl ripoeted. a'l reinedlea
hav nn t I fd, nu 1 Ur II .lamea wa Hi erinioi t
lliKiii t o inn y erh. .1 i Hiuutiii he e.icirlrut
all. mudr a p i p int on h ch nre I b - n y chPd
i C" -' tup io 11 a In n In u w in 111 r C u try
an oiJ'Hiiu he h ai I hi In. He 1 a n.iivi.ii
'h Wn l ih I t . li-' lepi i n Call i! o lively i.tid
erui He t iy c ie I Tip- il.i t r now iv. ' la
lie. .pj f.i e i.i li a-kl v i w . . hi".-1 eut auipa In
pin expi tiaea I h h rh alao curea n: h aw. ata.
n niaea at t v aiiitiinch. a n wl I o ik up a Irerh
co; i In twtv tj l ur bo ir. wldn. a Cra.tdotk
Co., 10 a Knee a rent, Pinlii.le pbla, naiuli.K thia
u ta ca s
WITjT T1 T ! r .T . "Vl-iTT!
It will d.itset and indicuta ujrn.utiy eiiuiniiutli'Meiuhr 12to-Hhiur
In adv.uu'a. It w.ll tll w liatilnuil.nf a ur n ia npprniieliiint, and Inim what
d:r..oii"ii--liivnliuilile In on t luiiim I iii iiii im tun plan their w rk
aeourdiua t.i lis prdi.iini. phivi'h 'K lime-) It enal in a allium Miaaon.
Una n aeciiraw tliarni"t)iai.r Hit .ene.l, w u- :: aloim la w..rtii tlmpritaot the
euiiibinitinii. Xhiaaront HT: VI'Hl.K I MIC A'I'IMf iaeniluiaadbythe
in .ai Biniii.-tit Plijaieiiina. I'r..iiia iia C'CCT IM TUC llfDDI n I
mid Seientitie mun of th day to bn tha DtO I III lilt WUnJLU I
I'iib Tharinomet.ir and lUroinnlur are put in a mealy Aniabsd naluut frame,
mill alive-jilai.'d trimtuiugi, .ic niakuni it a bHautlful aa wall aa ualul or
ninneut. Wo will aend you ainpla GW,tlelivtrtitfrrt, toyniirplaea. in wu d
urd.ir. on rocaipt of til. nr ail f r V I Atii'iiln ara making Irom &&U fM
dnily "filing tham. A (rial -eill unrirnv teu. Or.lrr almiue. Itaellanl
Ml-li r. Jiiat thuhllli. to - ill Ui Inrinvra. uinr.'hauta, etc. Invalualila to
ov.trybudy V. K P.ialaua ritnl.ip.i tak' n if In mwd order, but iiiouoy yro.
forind. Aoriila vvnnte.l everv v-'iere. Hand fur t'lrenlar and tariua.
A.ldreaaalT.ir.lara toOWCt.O 'I I! I lt.IO M TI K OKKS,
(l.aruest vttati'uthmmt nlnn Ann in Die ifiriil llsnruii. (laarao Vo.t
N. . Wt.p.lor to the Maynr. Kwiinaaler, County Cleik, iiral aud tiaconu
National Itanki, nr any bnaim.aa InniHiiln (lawivn, N. Y.
liVifeinif i''t tijtt.i; Cuiititti nri.f ,Nf(if.' iiiiiii'i,iiniT rcmttbuMonty
on.T, lira t tun Vw I'm' nr re i'n.i li tter, ut mir rik.
TbN u ill imil.e ii Ileum Hnl itinl Vi-ry l arliil Ci earnt.
I(KAI) WIIAT'I MH I'l III.IC SY AlltM'T IT.
I find I'.iol'a Banmiaier w.nka aa null aai.ne tli.it cnsiBifMi. v.m ean raly
on it every time, Capt,CHAa. II KouKuh, Ship "Twibirbt," Han Kraniiaeo.
Ilarnrnelar received in a'l'"'t order, and uiiiat any that t lie lnl runieiit aivaa
parteot antiafaotion inevnry l aapa. t. It ie neatly mad" and wonderfully ejmap
at. two dollar. Urn. It. I'Aiia.iN, M. C. H It., nilje.., I,.tr,iit, Aluih.
I'mil'a llnmnieter baa already aavml me many timea it cost, lu forutlhu
th weather. It la a wonderlul uunoaity and wmka t..;perfei tinn.
.. V. .1. Iloiirii i anN, Milwaukee, Wl.
lirWAKB OF WOnTTIT.rS I tli r I IONS Nona Knnuin
anu i nature oi u. a. roubon mo oaca ot inatru.
Krery initnimant. wnrrmiteci ivr.rtet anu liruumt. Mae in sinohealoni
9 N wide. It net ant ull.nl uu raeamina the inalruinrnt, return it at once and
we Will refund your muuey. Pleaa aiat wbr yuu law our advrtiMinn
wlthoiii Hut Injury lniae Inflict. Thoae wlahlna'
llkoneaaea of h it caaea hefurn a'ld alter cure, alao
from November I at I i lb com her Stiili,
antoe for 5 years, and &a&
measles JUST WA&t It ia?i.
' . '-fi.T ''"
OTIIKIIMm UNTIL you
lng trow ut.
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