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Publisher and Pronrietor.
Purclmso small troes with plenty o)
roots ratlior than largo ones with few
If you hare choice potatoes to keep
for Need put them in uhox of s:ind in Hit
collar. They will not upront nor freeze.
Cows in milk require but litilo exer
cise to maintain trood health. The ijuiet
er they remain the richer their milk will
be in butter.
Sunflower seed riven to a horse lit
each morning mid night feed will keep
bim in good spirits and give his hair u
To keep apples late, pack them in
tight barrels in plaster (gypsum). This
will keep tho air away, and. if the ap
ples are originally sound, they will not
rot for months.
It is better to set fruit trees in the
Fall, when tho sap is comparatively ut
rest, and when the soil ana atmosphere
favor root growth rather than body
growth. Cut in tho roots well and take
paius in transplanting.
It is a good idea to select potatoes that
are to bo planted next Spring as they
are dug this Kail, and then give them
good care in the winter. Choose tubers
from vigorous growing plants and those
that are fully matured.
Frozen roots, or, indeed, frozen food
of any kind, it, very pernicious to swine
and all other stock, as it is apt to scorn
them badly, and in any event disturb.
their digi'.-iion and renders tho othet
food taken into the stomach Icsh nutri
tions to the animals.
The lookout for tho honey erop o!
12 (according to lirnltlrrn' ) is but a
little better than that of 1881. New
York State, a leading honey-producing
center, will run short of its general good
average, but this deficiency will be off
set by pains in Illinois, Michigan and
other Western States which produced
!os than usual in 181. California
promises a on. -trier crop this year,
against a total failure in 1M. This will
constitute the surplus over the (jnantity
of honey marketed in 1M.
For keeping apples the essential re
quixitius may be summed up thus: l'iek
without bruising; store without heating;
winter without frosting; use one or morn
thermometers; preserve an unchanged
temperature; guard against air cur
rents; give needed ventilation; remove
ripe specimens before decaying; separate
the fruit room from all other apartments.
With these precautions and tare, such
apples as the Baldwin, Ked Canada,
Swaar, Famcuse and Northern Spy may
be kept fro-h into June and Jiily, as
we have had an opportunity for testing.
The cellar of many :i farm hoiiso has
caused disease which could have been
avoided with a little exlr.t cure. Decay
ing vegetables and fruit till the cellar
with tl.eir uuhealthful odors and ga-es.
and these arise to tho rooms alwve
through cracks and crevices or through
tho open door, and the family is com
pelled to inhale theiu. This may bo
remedied by carefully assorting out all
decaying vegetables once or twice a
month, and by opening the cellar win
dows at night and closing them through
tho day. Ventilation is Iho secret. It
is a good plan to connect a Hue from tho
bottom of the cellar with the chlinnev
by which noxious gases will be removed".
Don't put off this matter of ventilation
uutil it is too late.
Many complain that onions do not
keep. The trouble is in keeping theiu
too warm. The onion is a bulb, a plant
at rest, and tho least waiinth starts it
into activity. It is much belter that on
ions should remain frozen through tho
Winter, provided they can thaw gradu
ally, than to put thorn into a cellar or
other warm placo where their vegeta
tive powers will be aroused. If put in
largo heaps onions will bn sure to spoil;
but if spread in thin layers and covered
with hay and straw, so that if frozen tho
thawing will be gradtml, they will keep
veil through tho Winter. It is the cus
tom with onion growers to gel theit
crop to market as soon as possible. . II
they were to provide proper storage
they would realize much more from
them when sent to market later in the
The True Standard of Value.
Values are relative. One person puts
a high estimate on what another deems
worthless. A savago covets a showy
feather or a gaudy trinket. Civilized
ladies sometimes have it similar fancy,
but, again, uu antiquarian would prize
an old book above a ktlo of feathers
and a barrel of trinkets. Who shall say
whit is the real test of value in material
possessions? A little child was recently
startled by what she heard said at the
family tablo about a robbery in the
neighborhood. As she learned the pos
sibility of her own home being entered
by robbors she trembled for her choice
possessions. "Mamma," she whisper
ed, "do robbers take dolls?" Her dolls
were her treasure. If they wero in
dancer, life had new perils for her. "No,
my dear," said her mamma. "Robbers
don't want dolls. Why should they
take them?" "I didn't know but the'v
would want them for thoir little girls'
was the answer, showing tho child be
lief that robbers wero human, aud that
their children had child longings-and
child fancies. With tho assurance that,
her dolls wero safe, the litilo girl had
less dread of robbers. What was tho
loss of family silver or of clothing and
jewels, of books or pictures, if the dolls
wero to bo lull uuharniud? After all, was
that child's estimate of values wrong or
unreal, or is tho trouble with tho rest of
us? Smiliij School Timet.
From tho investigations of nalur
it would appear that tho trout lives lo a
green old ago. An Instance Is given of a
trout, domesticated in nn English well,
having uttaluod the ago of nearly forty
years, though its weight never exceed
cd two uouuds.
Had temper often proceeds from those
painful disorders to which women aro
subject. In feuiulo complaints Dr. It. V,
Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" is a cer
tain cure. By all druggists.
The Tables of India.
Max Muller, in Th Contemporary
Review, says: The study of fables owes
its new lifo to India, from whence tho
various migrations of fables have been
traced at various times and through vari
ous channels from oust to West. Budd
hism is now known to have been tho
principal source of our legends and
parables. Hut hero, too, many problems
still wait for their solution. Think, for
instance, of tho allusion to the fable of
tho donkey in tho lion's skin, which oc
curs inl'lat i's "Cratylus." Was that
borrowed fro.a thi east? Or take the f ablo
of tho weasel changed by Aphrodite in
to a woman who, when she saw a
mouse, could not refrain from making
a spring at it. This, too, is very like a
Sanskrit fable; but how, then, should it
have been brought into Greece early
enough to appear in one of the come
dies of Strattis, about 400 B. CP Here,
too, there is plenty to do. We may go
back even further into antiquity, and
still find strange coincidences between
the legends of India and the legends of
tho west, without as yet being able to say
how they traveled, whether from east to
west or from west' to east. That at tho
time of Solomon there was a" channel
of communication open between India
and Syria and Palestine is established
beyond doubt. I believe, by certain
Sanskrit words which occur in the biblo
as names of articles of export from
Uphir, articles such as ivory, apes, pea
cocks, and sandal-wood, which taken to
get her, could not have been exported
from any country but India. Nor is
there any reason to suppose that the
commercial intercourse between India,
the Persian gulf, tho Red sea, and tho
Mediterranean was ever completely in
terrupted, even at the time when the
Book of Kings is supposed to have been
written. Now. you must remember in
the Book of Kings the judgment of Sol
omon, which has always keen admired
as a proof of great legal wisdom among
the Jews, I must confess that, not hav
ing a legal mind, I never could suppress
a certain shudder when reading the de
cision of Solomon: . "Divide the living
child in two, and givo half to the one
and half to the other." Let mo now
tell you the same story as it is told by
the Buddhi-ts, whoso sacred canon is
full of stii'h legends and parables. In tho
Kanjur, which is the Tibethan transla
tion of tho Buddhist Tripitaka, we like
wise read of two women who claimed
each to 1m; the mother of tho same child.
The king, alter listening to their quar
rels for a longtime, gave it up as hope
less to settle who was the real mother.
Upon this visakha stepped forward and
said: "What is the u.- of examining
and cross-examining these women? Lei
them take the bov and settle it among
themselves." Thereupon both women
fell on the child, ami when the fight
became violent the child whs hurt and
began to cry. Then ono of them let him
go, because she could not bear to hear
the child cry. That settled the question.
The king gave the child to the truo
mother and bad tho other beaten with a
rod. This seems to me, if not the more
primitive, yet tho more natural form of
the sto-y, showing a deeper knowledge
( human nature and more wisdom
than even tho wisdom of Solomon.
What Damp Feet Mean.
Nine-teuths of tho more tiresome
physical troubles women bring on them
selves aro due to no more terrible cause
than damp feet. Men, for once, aro
sensible iu this respect. They do not ha
bitually tramp round in their slippers,
or wear thin slips of leather which are
as good a protective against damp as a
bit of blotting-paper. One-half the
boots and shoes seen in our streets ought
to be used exclusively for indoor wear.
Outside, and with a climate like oun,
they are a splendid example of the way
in which people go about literally hunt
ing for a .sharp attack of illness.'
It is perfectly meet and right that the
modern live should take a pride in her
foot. Well shod, and with a dainty mil
itary, ami not high, French heel to her
boot, it is proper sho Bhould bo con
scious of the charms of youth and com
pliment. But thin cashmere uppers
never make a foot look well. At host
they are flimsy hearth-rug wear. Shoes
are even more treacherous. A fairly
drenching shower of rain, and tho spray
beats up from the descending drops,
wets the stockings through, laying tho
foundation of any one of a dozen com
plaints. Poor Mrs. (''audio, the good lady
whoso curtain lectures so long kept pa
tient Job Caudle awake, came to her
death, so it stands written, through no
more serious a cause than "a pair of
thiu shoes." For the foundation of a
doctor's lucrative practice, nothing bet
ter could bo recommended than an out-of-doors
picnic on it slightly damp after
noon, for which all tho wot'non folks at
tired themselves iu thiu shoes and stock-
Tbe Tea Govrn.
A London medical journal says: "The
custom now is uiiiong ladies of "ton,1 to
wear a tea gown, which, it may be ex
plained for tho utiitiated, Is nothing
more than an elegant form of dressing
gown, the whole afternoon, and even
when enfamillo, to dine in it. As Its
use usually enables tho wearer to dis
penso witl'i tho corset, tho hygienic val
ue of the tea gown is apparent. It has
buen state I that some Indies wear cor
sets even beneath tho tea gown, but
they tiro in a small minority. If (lie Lea
gown be the pioneer of other garments
which may expunge corsets from tho
list of ladies' clothing, it should indeed
,Ay person whoso blood and liver is Id
good condition is all right oven in tho
midst of epidemics, This can bo noticed in
tho lifo of every ono. If all would avail
themselves of tho advantages of restoring
and maintaining the health of tho body
there would be t'owor doctor's bills and
much loss sorrow. Tho ono thing noedful
and the one recommended above, U others
is found in Simmons Liver Rogul tor, The
testimonials are counted by the thousands
and its merits are undoubted.
CAIRO BULLETIN; ' FRIDAY MOlWlNtf, DECEMBER
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Iu these times of quack medicine adver
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to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
Hnd which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters wo can vouch for as being
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fifty cents a bottlo by lUrry W. Scbuh. (3)
To all who aro suffering from tbe errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipo that will crre you, fuek
of charge. This great rcmedv was
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Send a Belt-addressed envelope to the Rev,
Joskpu T. Inma.v, Station D., New York
For lame Buck, Si lo or Chest usa
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Paul O. Bchuh, agent. (5)
A Cough. Cold or sore Throat
should be stopped. iSeglcct frequentl re
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Speeh's Port Grape Wine for weakly per
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is prescribed and used by the leading phy
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nourishing wine is desirable; especially for
females, Rged persons and consumptive;
and by churches for communion. Hun
dreds of New York physicians have visited
Speer's Vineyards and wine, cellars, but
twelve mijes distant from N?w York, and
pronounced his wine pure and unexcel led.
For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
A beacon in distress is "Dr. Sellers'
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for coughs, colds snd hooping congh.
W. S. Liuscott, Niles, O , hud scrofula
fr thirty years, ami "Lindsay's Blood
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The Howe scales huve all the latest im
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tho best. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It curee con
sumption. Paul G. cchuh, flgent. (0)
Loss of hair and graj ness, which often
row the prettiest face, are prevented by
Porker's Hair Balsam.
Mejcsman's Peptonized Belf Tosic, tho
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force ueuerating and life tustuin
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion'
Dyspep-'n, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
teebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particularly if result inr
from pulmonary com pi tints. Caswell,
Hezard, & Co, Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Diuggists. (3)
If youaro a woman and would contri
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from its numberless ills, make all things
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the samo and your offspring may rise up
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J. 8. Christy, Sunuer, Lawrence county,
111., writes: "Brown's Iron Bitters is giv
ing general satisfaction."
Shiloh's Vitalizer s what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
15 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
agent. (7) -
V'Piesuuiption begins in igorauce and
ends in ruin." On tho other linud, tho
productiou of Kidney-Wort began with
wise cautious and scientific research aud
its i bo ends in restoring shattered constitu
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health and happiness. "My tormented
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poor hard-working man and woman; do
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strengthening, and your system needs to be
cleaned of bad humors. You need Kidney
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immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
P.tul G. Schuh, agent. (8)'
riucKicn'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve !n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Soreg" Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
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cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, ormoniy refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by (J no. K
New Jersey Premium Wine.
Physicians statu that the Port Wine that
took the premium at tho Centennial, pro
duced and offered for sale by Mr. Alfred
Spccr, of New Jersey, is a wino that can
bo safely used for medicinal purposes, be
ing pure and free from medication, and is
more reliable than ether Port Wines. It is
especially recommended for weakly females-
and tho Aged. Tho deep color is
due to the iron from tho brown stono shale
rock oil which tho grapes trow, which is
rich in iron. For nilo by, Paul 0, Schuh. j,
Dit. Kmnb's Qhkat Nkiivb Rkstoiiku is
the marvel of tho age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped freo. Bead to 001 Arch
treot, PhiUdolola. Pa,
See a woman Iu another column, near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Specr's Port Grapo wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tt)e use of invalids' weakly
persons aud tho aged. Sold by Druggists.
American Institute on Ture Grapo Wine.
The President and a Commitiee from the
Farmer's Club, of the American Institute,
have visited Specr's Vineyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grape
Wine of Alfred Sptcr, of New Jersey, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained. It is
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most choice in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. Tho principal hos
pitals iu New York have adopted this wine.
It is for sale by Paul Schuh. lmo
Satisfaction For Ten.
In our family of ten for over two year9
Parker s Ginger Tonic has cured headache,
malaria nnd other complaints so batisfac
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expense for doctors or other medicines.
Why continuo tho use of remedies that
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with little finger. '
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Indulgence, or Exposures.
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ration of IUaltH.V lOciHan l ll i- iionti iii aramtked.
The grnmlnH discovery ot the Nini'ti-er:h Centurv
Bend at on.w for Illustrated Pamphlet free, Addross
V01TAI8 BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MIOH.
AHD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our manr other Fleclm-na'tsnlr and Maon.tln
Appllnacos snd fiurmenia aro lnaluallo, and a sura
euro lor Nervous lwhllliy I'sralysis, Kidlensy. Khoumn
ttsra, Overworked brain, Eihsuailon or Loss of Vital
Eoer(ty, Week Hack, Kidney lllseuse. l ung. Llvor and
Nlomnch Complaints, and sro adapted to K1TBIB
SEX. I hose Hiillani-es are (ha very Inlp.t Improved
and entirslydlHeiTnt from hells and all others, as thei
positively generate continuous currents without acid,
causing no Soros nor Irritation of the skin can ha
worn at work as well as rest, and aro ouly noticeable to
the wearer. 1 be power Is reKiilateil so as to meet tbe
different otauea of all dlsemea where Eloctrlo and
Magnetlo treatment Is ot becelit Tbt.se lor
Cure Impqtescy, Seminal Weakhess. Lost Miatooo.lo
They Cure when n't elee f uls. Our ITVflst rated
Pamphlet aer.' Pi iw.,Im1 eivoluj e u0 receipt ol Ooonte
Dostatte, or securely w.eijed, fr.
llowatd Electro-Masnetic Insoles, II r-erralrhrmall.
AMERICAN OALVAMiO CO.,
312 K. Oth St., St. Loul!,Jr1o.
At . -JLTrsW J,.
A New and complete II -tel. r.Mtitlnjt on l.cvei
Second and Ituilroad titrewts,
Th rasenpor Depot of the Chltago, Ht. Louis
f' .u-w Orleatsii Illinois Central; Wahaah, St.
Lonts and raclflc; Iiun Mountain aud Mnuihorn,
Mobile aud Ohio; Cnir i and St. I.onis Ituuwayi
arc all Just across tho struct; while tbe Steamboat
Lauding is but one square ilistant.
This Uotnl la heated by utentn, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull Hells
Automatic Kire-Alnrms. Baths, absolutely pure air,
pertoct sewerage and i.omploto appointment.
Hnnerb furnishings; perfect service; ami an nn
li. 1. I'AIIKIJU .V t"TJ.AOs,p,,
F. OLD FRIEfUD
rnllurlHtyou tliought it instsplemlid.
It is now more valuable to you than
Over, beinff specially sdanterl for the
West. Bend stamp fnr tpoeiinen copy
and see how wonderfully the paper has
unproven. air Tiro. rsi.O'i is nr,
Jingl h ortiennan edition. OHANC.K
JUDU CO.. :til Broadway. Kr York
I usvo a poltlvorsmcj(ly fur the. abuve dlseassi by Us
-s i .housauds of cases of the worst kind and if finig
Handing have boon cured, luiler.il, m i rung Is mv faliK
in Its otflracy, that I will send TWI IIU1TI.K i FI1E1S to
tethsrwlibaVAI.fAHI.B TUKATISBou this dllsuw.to
uiy suffsrer. Olvs Ksurnso and f. O. addrsns. '
11, T. A, ffLUCL'M, HI Teaii HI., New Tort
r& f DR- f (ft
WHAT WILL THE WEATHER BE"TO:M0RR0WT
. . Werofsr to the
.1. I T.I-P-IO
II "H J 'Jl-m
i "'I m : ETpr
10- I.. H M'j M i'; J
m : i . a '' S
I tlnil Fool's tlaminoter
on it every tune,
nerreot sitlafaoUon in every
.t two .lullsre. tto.
Isroinstor rseolvsd in
the weal Uor.
Mer.tlrat'fnn S'lt Yorknr rtmnlrml Ittttt; or our rut.
Till "HI makpn lleniitliul mid Very L'si l'ul Pieaent.
BKWARR OF WORTfltESS tJiifAi'lON
without our Trade
1 1-4 wide. II not setlsAod
WS) Will rtfUxl )Sr MSSMPs
$m .youit capitai
ipivj Thoss 1 doalring to maka tn
. pnatniill aji.l modluia iuam
nnfl U grain, tirovisimia nH
VU ingon our plain. From ilay laa.
loHl. toillIIHent1.l rnlnw..t!
liitnta of lf)t ) l,00(),oaah profit!
vestors amounting toaeveral timet
i.i?jerl,!lnV ly"l"Hlt. Proilt!
paid first of eyry month, stlllieav-
lllg tbe Orlci ,al lne.f..,.,.
uava neen realized and paid to In-
STOCKS r? 1 ",n'lr "r VVio ou demand.
U1WV"V3 Kxnlttimtory oirouUtra and state.
Ski,k "1,,llts ol iund W aent frea. Wa
Sa I II 11 Wlnt totisible agents, who will
FLEMMINQ & MER8UM, 'feu
Mason & hamliJJ
AD TOre certainly b.st, having been
VllU AilO?.'. .',."''r,',''1 t every Gnat
rot Sixteen Tears; no other American orgaLi hay
ing been found equal at anv. Also cheapest. Style
diiiii ,irui uonioasn BIKl onwor.
music In suttonUnr famlllm. at only i2, tma
-?,?jir2M0. hr "tvh! ' J. $72, 178. tn,
HW $1H, t; $MK), and np. The larger atylai are
wholly unrivaled by anv other orpiue. Also for
easy pavmentN. New lllnstratud fatslogue free.
,.ThSMASO-s "AM UN Organ and Piano Co.
lM.lremont streoi. llo-t,in : 4rt Ka-t Hth street
(Union -q;iare), Noiy Vnrk; lit) Vh ish Avenue,
u'-rt ijuaii..r, lur popular sacrca and
Y0TTX(l MFK 'vou want to learn Telegra-
Y, , , , 1 'illV " r--' mouths, snd be
certain of a sltuailon, address Valentine brothers.
Jaueevlili), '. i.
Newspapaer Advortisl g Bureau, 10 Spruce et.JJ.Y.
DiDfnaiOl niirei itiiis miiia M
ranjuna runuanir kilia v. ci.r
Blood, and will compleielrchanKe the blood in tho en
tire system In three monlhs, Any person who will tako
1 pill each night from 1 to laweckamay be restored
to sound health. If such a thitijr bo possible. Sold ev
erywhere, or sent by niall for H lettnr stsmpa. ). R.
Juhnsom A Co., Boston. Mass., formerly Ksngor, Me.
onrool Surufuls. PlniptM. K-.. 1 f.-r, OH .or,
Bors IT'S. Mcreuntl IIUciwi, l.triri Losi of
Appuilf, (i-liiald t'iiipiiut. ami ul. ai.iud
' Aitmtft. UncKrfn.lv .4,1 .lruis"t i.
eounlrj i..re k.pr .!! Ir. ll. t. iMUn
lu., I'rtiji , 1'iiuiii.rli, i, .'vrv li.)itle.
J A I.rruIInft T.nndon Phy"
ii inn esinolialiea an
eA-7 !llioei;i hew York .
i CPiLEPTIC FITS.
7 From Am Jovrnalof Milking.
Dr. AH. Muserole (Iste nf l.ond.inl, who nialo s a Sio
flsliy of Fplicp: , ha., vlthout l"u!'t tmntej n:. I enreit
more cases tlisn any nrhr living i.l.vsl. Un, Itnrcfis
lias simply b,-en n-tf.n:-!)!i!ir; wa lnvo In- ird of casus nf
ovsr so vi-ars' sumltni;,' suci'ssiuliy curcl Py lilin. He
hss p-ibll!.h..tl a Wf.r'cn i;m ci nUh lu sends
wl:h a Uriffl boi'lenn Is imn.u.riul rure frr to any m r.
f-rerwhohisv s.-n.l jhiir eori--8 ita,t P. 0. AdJret.s We
advise n v one wiMuior n p.i: e t-i a.i'!rH
ir. All. iltsfchuLK, ho. Hi JobQ St., New Tork,
BEYOiND TJIK 1UYEH.
AWAY ACltngSTUK .VlSSISSim IS HELD A
"I tell you sir. Umt they urn ono of the neatest
corubli attniiH ever produned, and my experience of
that sort of tbi g has iioen wido enough to entitle
myjurtjiment to some respect."
"Oh, 1 don't know, responded the Urst speaker'!
frt.d.wltha tittle jmvn, as though ho didn't take
trucli later at iu tin subject, "l have never been
able to t:o mticn d. (Terence In t:iose thlnKs, They
aro all petty Diarlv the sin; size, and mde of
aboui th- same ett till' ',
Th i tulk, of which the forcuolng 'a a fragment,
took place ;n Gallaliu, liuaui rl, not long ago, in
the snug office ofDr. M, P. Floivers, oje nf ths
leading physicians of the st'ite, who followed np
the vein lu which he bad Introduced it substan
tially In th. so words:
"Nousenae.that Is tho rigmarole of a boy, or
rather ofa man whoeithrdocsu't know or doesn't
rare what be save Ujse thing, as yon call
them, are Just as different as the moon I from
green cheese. Now, 1 nim ute, lotions and oint
ments are very good In most cases fort.be relief
of pain or Inflamatton. But, In the first place they
are unclean. Thov soli the hands and the linen,
besldos being always out of reach when they are
"Welt, my dear doctor " sighed tho traveler from
the North, "what would you havef Tali is a
wretched world anyhow, and nothing ia ever at
hand when it la wan led. Yon can't suggest any
' Tes I can," broke In lha doctor, thumping tha
table with his list, "I can suggest BENSON'S
CAPC1NE POliOl'8 PLASTEK. I have tried it
on my patients, and I have tried it on myself for
an attack of Pnnomonla, and In nil cases relief hai
followed in from three to forty-eight hours. Tha
old plasters are stage coaches-the Capclne Is a
tolegraphic dispatch. rr Instance, la case! of
Neuralgia, Muscular Rheumatism, Lumbag , re
tarded action ofthe Kldnois, and"
"I give it up doctor, aud In cane of neod I'll bay
Benson's," said tbe travelur plousautly.
In the center of the g nuiiie I cttr tha word CAP
Kcahury & Johnson, ChctuUts, New York.
An Only Daughter Cured of
When death was hourly expected, all remedies
bavtig fulled, and Dr, 11 .lames wa experiment
Ing Willi too uinny herb oft alcutta. he accident
al!) made a preprint t mi which i' lire. I b:sou y child
of Con sum I) Ion. ll'Srhl it Is n w In this fitinntrv
and enjoying Hie best of he ilth. Ho has pmved t
tbe woild that C'liusuinution can he positively and
tiermani" tly cured The ilorti r now give his
lteclpe rrtu onlv asking two three cent stamp! lo
pay expenses. This In rh also cures nlnht sweats,
nausea at t tie stomach, and wld tne.k tip a Iresh
cold lu twenty-l'.ur honrs. Aiidre-s Orailtlosk
Co., 10.7 ll.ice s rent, Philadelphia, naming this
n ai nil!
A It R
W ll H til
.I . WIIjIj TEUXi rOUt
It will detent and indicsle tiorreetly any change In I ho weather 12to4flhftan
inadvanoe. It will tell whatikmd.of storm Is apprnachiiiK, and linin what
dlruutioii-liivalunble la nnvlmitiiro. Kunuers ran p.an their work
acoording to its prod lotions. MhvcwAO t Intra lloenm In a snigleseasnn.
Has an aoaurate tlierinome'erattselKul, wlii. l: alone inwiinli (lie priraol the
coiublustloD. Tbisgrnat U't ATIIi.K I MIIC.VTOII lsintorsd liyfhe
most, eminent Physicians Prole-sera nf CT IN TUC MfHOI fl I
sndKoi.imBoinenof ths'il.ytotwilieDtOI III I fl C VVUnLU I
'I'ha Tlisrinoinoter and Daroiuoter are put in a nicely flnlihed wahiat tiaino,
wiih silver plaied trimmings, eto,, making it a beautiful a well aa useful or
nnmeut. We will send ou i ranipln cno, uvitweif.Ver, to your place, In goi.d
onlnr, on roceipt ol V I. or six I r 014 Agent" are making Iroin s)n l (90
flsily selling tlism. A trial will xinvinet vou. Order at ones, II sells ul
Hllill'l'a tlust th thing to r,j to fsriuers. merchants, etc. Invaluable to
?vorj body U. 8. Postags HMiniu tiiki'U II in gisid order, but nemey pre.
erroil. Agent wanted everywhere. Nend for .CuV'il.ir and terms.
Address slTordsrs to OMWHUO TIII'.H.MtMIKTKK OK KM, .
nfint Knnl in lim trorfnuwus-rgo. row ego t B.
Msyor, I'listnisster, lionnly Clmk, e tret aud Ueeoui
Hanks, or any nusiuoss House in iswnro. n. i. .
....... IL.U llNu. .....,,.( n t..t LVnf. t.l.ltt.l.J ilHf if nit Mlnli.i
Ill: AO WIIATTIIK fl III. It; AHOI T 11'.
VH as. H lioumiH. Hhlo "Twilialit." Hsn kranvisoo.
works ss well as nun tnat costs f.Mi.
You can tele
good order, and mils say that tho Instrument aivss
resnoel. It is neatly inatteand wonderfully cheap
H. I'SKSONS. M. J. K. H..(Htii e. Il. tn.lt. Mtoh.
.tlfflce, lletniit. Mteh.
Pool's Hsroinsiernaaairsaor saved me many times its cost, iu lorstsuiug
as as wuDoeniu vunusity ena worn io,pcrnH.'i i"n.
ana smnaturs ol tl. A. oi. on in
Evert tnstnmsBl wnrranrew fVrlwl and Rttiabtt. Rise 1 1 1 InohooTocc
oa reoolving lit InetrunioBt, return it a e mi
iM sjhem) ft sew mm !4i