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MORNING, DECEMBER 22'. 1382.
CAIRO BULLETIN: MIIDAY
f BASS NOUbfc H I
rA S ftARLBAKING P0W0ERJ
i? t y ITAMIOUMDTORIsr
PURE CnEAM TARTAR.
SI OOO. J Given fc ,
If alum orunv Injurious substances can bi found
In Andrews' Fetirl Balling Fowdor. Is pos.
tivelypURE, holniretidoraud, and testimonials
loocivedTroiu such chemists ni S. Dana Hays, Bits
ton; M. PolufonUiiiio, of Chii ao? and Ciuatavu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
15 Jl lchujim A v. 2S7. W A m . Water
fcvarjr Corset is warranted nai.-t-fMtorr'to
Us wewor in rvorjr v ay,
or the money will t refunded by
tho nersoti Uom whom it v n s bought.
ThennlvCV,ristrrnotro4 1-y enr leadli-B T'tosMaM
not Inlurlnu t 111" weAlfv, nn't elliViwI by laiim a
ti "ntiWnrtablo and v.rfo1 dim K Crwl
nutda " PRtrra.hr Mail. Poat' E Pnldl
Health Prrwnlnn. l f.. NV.f-AdluMln t0
Ah.Umlnnl (Mtrnlipvr) '! . Nrliif, 1.60
Ueulth Prcaervliia (tlno ee-nll) ? '. Fomiioii
Fur mile by lrillim Met nil ultrt everywbrrc.
ClUCMii) U.MS1..11 III., liiciifiu, ui
Remeinho tlist tmlna. vital rnerpv. the life1
trtne(ia or wliati vr von muy cli"0u tn nil the
reiflai t l ower v hich Imttlf );aiut tho ca'me
of (Hi-b-c am) !onI. m the t'tii' n fHii'gunrd of
health It in 1ta' crr liiu of the hnniim fortri'M,
and hfii It whxch wca , tliv true injllci l In thrnw
In ritiiH.ni -tifn x . In otfcur wordM, whcnunhan
(!mtT.t'iin) otitir", roiniiu'nif m o'iifo of HimU'l
ter't Inttcif. Kcr ta' tty ti rn (jl is ni di-alern, to
vthom apply for lloctit'or'n Alumnae fur IsSI
iiiKori II ir:-' fi iiucr
v?f AM BKv?,
u nHiticln oi the Ilulm
:i.to the unxirlln; (iriiv
ironw nreu 111)' III r,,in!i
Hi" tiocn. It will be
i " t-h 1 iiarmiviiii of Ca
tarrhal virua, caimtiik!
imaiii y nei retloua, al
n. Inll'iinalion, pro.
i-(t tho iiiuuii rme
irmii adil tloiiul rolila,
.oinpli trly hmli" l lie
0 e an t ri'f tore the
'eDxe or in'ti, and
ii jt.uiiciiu ni'
rulli are re nil red liy a
few aiipllcnltnn. trior
ah tinatibvut an alrrctcd vtilt cure Ca'nr.'h, 11 ay
Vi Vi T. Ac.
At iff ntilc tn fp.
UXEOrALK) FOll COM) in tho HEAD.
The Ham baiKa'tind an nnvlnb: ri"i't on wUor
everknown. it'p'aclng all olli r tpvuiiatiiin.
HKiOOSIZKU M A ON DiiHl'U I. UI fCoV'UV
hold br iruit1u at MccnU. On turolptof
price wl I mail a pai kane Hend lr circular con
lalulns fuM InfurmK' .id mil relHlna teDtlinnuialr.
bLVCHC M UA1.M CO., i'wt'U, N. V.
GOLD MIDAL, rAElB, 1878.
Ths moat nonular awent
ChooolnW in tho market. It
la nutrltioua and pulatoblot
a parti oular favorite with
chililren, and a moat oxool
lei.t article fur family uao.
1 lit gunutne it itamprd S.
Orrnmn, Jtorthmtrr, Alan,
lSvwurt of imi(nllon$.
Sold lijr Ororeri etiT.-ahfre.
tim & CO., Dorchester, Mass,
One Dollar! One Dollar!
THE W E E KLY PLAIN DKALKR,
Cleveland, O f I to lor a v ar'i anlin-lpilmi a
lendlatf Doinocratlr Jottr al and mIiihIiIu Kunilly
Nwiiaper M-nda DOl.l.AII tor tbo bet paper
In tha went for the prlco. I'Ulu 0-aler t'nhllntilatt
Ca Clenlanil, Ohio. Hamplu cofT Ire.
w& Sweet Gbocolatfl.
Weight of Mod. and Wouon.
Ai Datsrmlned by CWer 20,000 ropla it tht Ini,
' Cincinnati Expialtlon, .
Tho comnorativo weizbt of men nnd
women, and tho average weight of gen
eral humanity.hns always been an in
teiestiiig subject. So tho littlo circular
issued by Mr.IVV. A. unioni, t.-nainmiu
of the lust Cincinnati Exposition, can
not fail to attract attention. Ho says:
'It will bo remembered that liormission
was ffiven tho Department of Sciontino
Educational Appiiauco to employ a.
clerk to record the weights of men ana
woniou being weighed during the exhi
bition. The shoets containing tluirooord
have now been added up, and tho com
mittee reports ns follows: '
The object sought was a itotei uuim-
tion of tho average weight of men and
women, a fact often required by civil
and mechanical engineers, unswell
stntcs that the averago weight of iWXlO
men and women, weighed at lloston in
1854, was men, 141 J pounds; women,
124. Wo have always thought these
weights too low for w.estern people. . Tho
number weio-bod at the Tenth Cincin
nati Industrial Exposition was '22,155,
and tho total weight 3,072,300 pounds.
Men weighed, 7.4G7; weight, 1,150.108
pounds, Women weighed, 14.088;
weight, 1,922,198 pounds. Average
weight of men, 154.02 pounds; average
weight of women, 130.87 'pounds'.
For men this is 12.62 pounds higher
than tho Boston average ami for women
6.87 pounds liighuh
Wo also determined with "reasonable
certainty tho average weight of people
from the country, Independently of tho
general average. This was rendered
possible by the excursions that wero
corning hero at various times from this
and tho adjoining states, parts of which
For Ohio Average weight of 141 men
was 157.38 pounds; average weight of
171) women was 133.26 pounds. . .
For Southern Indiana and Illinois
Averago weight of 123 men was 158.52
pound; averago weight of 193 .women
was 183.55 pounds.
Fur JContuckv Averago weight of 114
men was 158.43 pounds; average weight
of 188 women was 133.76 pounds.
The mean of these averages is so
much above the general average as to
attract attention. For men it is 4.09
pounds higher, and for women 2.(15
pounds. Tho very high, and approxi
mate, averago of thoso from Southern
Indiana anil Illinois "and from Ken
tucky recalls tho Kentucky origin of the
A Police Oourt at Cairo.
Tho prefect aud his deputy wero ar
rayed in black coats and trousers, white
waistcoats, and patent boots. But they
sat, as their predecessors sat a thousand
years ago, cross-legged on the divan.
Litigants camo up without formality,
kissed their knees or tuoir nanus, ac
cording, to rank, or favor, bent, with
hands fold ' tt their sleeves, to decl'tnt
tho grievance volubly, answered a brief,
harsh question, and took the verdict
helplessly. Cases lasted on an averago
two minutes each, as noar ns I could
time it. And all tho while men came
and went in tho littlo room, talking
mostly in high, quarrolsomo tones. Cof
fee passed about. If auyone present
was struck with an observation he offer
ed it casually, and his worship listened.
After ilfcliveiing judgment, always pre
ceded by a grunt of general dissatisfac
tion, he clapped his hand and a soldier
i . i ... v..ii . ii... i..,i.i:.. ,. i.:
rusneii in iuu g;iuui, iiuming uji inn
sword. Forthwith tho parties retired
to diseusi matters warmly outside in
full hearing of tho court. A matrinioni-
il diliicult v rvtorrcti to ttio tiutnonuos
lasted but four minutes by the watch.
A thin, tieakiiu man looked the hus
band, while tho wife, so far as one
could judae ly eyes and nosn, was very
pretty. 4 ho gentleman told his tali;,
the purport of which J. could notgaLluT.
The lady turned red to the tip of her lit
tle nose and her eyes Hashed. She took
up her parable vehemently and sternly.
Tho prefect asked further explanations
of the husband, who turned very pale.
Ho found uothing effect ivo to reply; his
worship pronounced in a single phrase,
the galloping soldier appeared, and off
went the pair. I asked of an official
wdio spoke English if tho man was go
ing to prison. '"No," said lie, "ho go
homo. It must bo 'admitted there is
something to bo urged for a system
which can deal with domestic troubles
in this superior way. London Stand
ard. mm 9 Wmm .
A Good Word for Cremation.
There aro only threo ways in which
dead bodies can bo disposed of either
in earth, una, or lire. Thero are obvi
ous objections, on tho score of good
tasto, to sending our dead to bo torn to
bits by lishes. It is also cortain that
our cemeteries and grave-yards, with
slowly-decoinpositig masses of animal
matter, leads to tho surrounding soil
being poisoned by tho products of pu
trefaction a result that can not bo con
sidered healthy by any stretch of imag
ination. But if we burn a dead body to
nshos we do, or need do, injury to no
bod v. Thero is nothhnr unwholesome
in the ashes, which may be preserved
with reverent care as sacred relics, and
people who prefer to burn their dead
rather than let thorn "lie in cold oh-
struction and rot" have both sonso aud
Bcionco on their side. Indeed, we have
never heard of anything like a good ur-
f uinont against cremation, savo one.
t is that started by a Belgian states
man, who holds that, if wo burn dead
boilies, wo lessen tho chances of detect
ing cases of poisoning. But surely it
would bo possiblo to devise means
whereby, while tho body was consumed,
tho stomach of each corpse might be
'preserved fur a certain time after death,
lest it might bo wanted for analysis.
Wo do not hharo the terror of those
bishops who, like Dr. Wordsworth, think
that cremation may tamper with the
popular belief in tho resurrection of
tho body; norcauwo nffectrto sympa
thize with tho late home boeretary, who,
when cremation was once bruited in
his presence, is said to have asked with
horror: "But, then, what shall wo do
for burial certificates?" Tho world can
and hasgono on after the sacrilieo of
far more important forms than tho bu
rial certiflcuto, which, to Sir Kichnrd
Cross, seems an ossenliul element In the
constitution of society; and it ought not
to be more diliicult to believo in tho
resurrection of a body which a shark
has eaten and digested than to ouo re
duced to ashes in u funeral pyre. Lon
Tuurbdat Evkrino, Doc. 21, 1882.
Tho weather id soft and warmer, entire
ly out of Beaton. The ra'ns bag left tho
roads io a very bad condition, in fact this
section has a regular mud embargo laid on
it and business for the holiday boaaon pre
sents a discoursgiDg aspect.
FLOUR Receipts have fallen oft and as
a consequence, prices aro steady. The
market Is bare of choico which sells readi
ly to day at f 4.55.
HAY Tho market is well supplied and
there is only a moderate demand.
CORN Choice is in fmr inquiry at quo
tations, with moderato receipts.
OATS We note a fair demand and lib
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
CUAN In fair demind at quotations.
BUTTER Duatl dull. Tho market is
overstocked and demand small.
EGOS Weak and unsettled. Stocks
are accumulating and prices are lower.
rillCKENS tomtiicked with live
and no demand at all, not wanted at any
TURKEYS Live aro in good demand
at 0.00 10.00. Dressed sells readily at
12c. and should tho weather turn cold,
prices will go higher duriug the holiday s.
APPLES Choice largo only are in good
demand. Common is overstocked aud uot
POTATOES Tho demand is active and
iparkct bare. Receipts Cud ready silo at
ONION'S In good demand and higher.
GAME Scarce and in Rood derrand.
Kaletrs and Quotations.
NOTK. The prir.ee r.cre stvtn are for ale from
fiml hand In round lota. An advance Ii'
chareed for broken lotain fliliizoriii-M.
.VKI varioiu Kradcn 8 Wau '0
:K)0 hlile faucy 4 75't4
toe tibia patent , 5 iJnb 01
V, blile I'holce.
3 cars choice
4 can choice
ti 5 )
a cars tfooil prime
7 camwood unxod...
3 cars mixed In hulk
5 cars white in bulk
:)carg white in bulk
JO 3 47
1 car w hltfi to eack del
7 car in
1 cars in
No. 'i Red, per Im
No. i Mudltoranmu
MB A I..
700 lihlaCUv In lota 2 SO .3 6)
t cara sacks
1 car aarks ..
5'Hl Souther" Illinola roll
5OpniiD'U Smithurn Illinola roll.
100 pounds Northern roll
3' 0 pounds choice Northern roll..
150.1 ponnda rirexaed ...
5cuope ii mall
J roiipa mixed
3 coops you ui: and old
8 00.519 0 )
.2 2532 5
trnbhlH fancy BonDavla 3 7S
KM bills ihiiifo lieu I'avis 3 r ,
l.',n hbla fniicv Home Bvautv 3 B
Sla.k packed fruit 60c to 1 00 less
I'otatoea ier libl .8 00-' 2
pie nimh northern reiien mows 70
WObiiah Hoiitheru Ills. I'cach Dlows. ....... . CS
40 don rnhblts ....
'20 dox quails
20 do. 1 1 J dtnks..
.1 25 Jl Ml
fer hlil... 13 0 (811
51 1 (i
. m lie
H. C. Untus
. . -
SI. J h u f.
'i i huchel burlap .
Peaclius.lialveaani) 4 Jftrlero,
It lit MM i 1 MHII t
Dry runt choice
orynau - ii
Uruun Halt 8
riiun Oroeu ti
Sheep I'olu.dry WUIU
Sheen IVIta. itreou IV iS
Duraaged II idea Hoff
Common l.ug $'i fW "0
Uoon illl'i' 'i iiit!) d m
owL-af. 4 7.ViJ ii
Medium l,ear ' ml 7 til
GoMUaf. 7 W ir
H ATKS OK FBCUMIT.
Mo i' I
Immediately nfter tho holidays every
woman, who lias encieavored to present
each of her intimate friends (and tho
number increases at this time somewhat
after tho manner of tho modern Sunday
school) with a specimen of her hand
work, resolves that alio will begin next
midsummer to prepare her holiday gifts,
so that, allowing for interruptions and
delays, she may have Uiem ready a few
davs earlier llio next Christmas. This
woman, wherever sho may be, will per
haps bo glad to bo reminded gently of
this resolve and to have a few sugges
tions given her in regard to some of tho
pretty things she can make without too
great an outlay 01 tune. A gut 10 naoy,
which tho mother will appreciate, is one
or more- fancy bibs; a new and really
striking way to mako them is to em
broider littlo figures, after tho Kate
Greonawav style, ou tho front of tho
bib. Supposo the material to bo fleece
lined mono, which is both pretty and
durable; bind tho edge with a narrow
bias band of white or color, or trim with
Hamburg or torchon, or buttonhole it
with working cotton; then traco some
quaint ligure on it, either in the center
or at one side, and work it in outlino
Milch; tho embroidering may be done
with marking cotton, or with soft, un
twisted bilk, but first take the precau
tion to try the silk in lukewarm water
to make sura that it will not fade, and so
love's labor bo lost. Serviceable splashers
to bo put ou tho wall back of tho wasli
Mand aro made of linen momie cloth or
common white linen or Java canvas.
Trim the edge with torchon and work
in me outline stitch; a bonier and cen
ter niece, two (inures like Jack and Jill,
or old Mother Hubbard and her dog.
are ppi'tty. Hammock pillows are desira
ble. Make a cushion about half a rd
square (or a tritle larger, according to
ou.r taste), cover with cretonne of some
bright color, mako a puff to go around
the edge, so that tho edges make a littlo
ruille for a heading. The under side of
the pillow does not need any trimming;
the upper angle may bo ornamented in
any way to suit your fancy. A i-implu
anil effect ivo way is to put a handxum',
wide ribbon diagonally across it, and at
each iiido Hulk somo fancy ulitches with
siik, or you may work a bonier and pul
a monogram in the center. ''nbl; covers
nnd scarfs are as handsome and popular
ns ever. t.it'gant ones are niaMo of
broendo velvet or plush, with borders of
thtlerent colored Mlks, s.ilius or plu-li.
A beautiful eearf is made of cardinal
plush, with a border of 'preen plu.-h,
with blocks of tan-colored silk ukh
patisies embroidered ou them -one
j'tiiiey and two or three green loaves 011
each block. Less cxpuu.-ivc but really
handsome ones arc made of doublefaeul
canton flannel, with a border of some
richly colored and heavy ribbon; at one
side applique work ii the form of a
bouquet, or some quaint I'gurn may bo
put oif: fringe U moiled acros the bot
tom, By exercising a littlo ingenuity
an appearance of originality is given,
Nerves go out in pairs from tho spi
nal column hII aloug its length. Bin
from within the skull (cranium) go 0111
nerves of special importance on which
depend smell, sirht, hoaring, tasto
speech, the expression of tho faco anc
the action of the stomach, lungs am.
heart. These, too, aro all in pairs, foi
tho two sides of the body, tho body bo
ing in the main double.
The eighth pair has tho most import
nut and varied functions aud tho largest
range. For tho latter reason thoy art
called the "vagi," (sing, vagus), tin
wandering. They aro more conitnouh
known as tho pminnoijai'tno nerves, at
they specially preside over the lungs am:
That peculiar and complex action 01
the muscles In the back ot tiio niotitl
and gullet, by means of which we swal
low, depends on them, ns also docs thai
of the larynx and vocal cords, by whic
nonce, n uismruance in niiy one o,
these dependent organs may eommuni
cato more or less disturbance to the oth
ers, by what is called reflex notion tin
irritation running up the nerve it
where it branches off to another, inn.
then runniug-ilown to the latter; orcvd
running up to the common centre in tin
brain and thence down.
1 litis an ovcr-loailed stomach niuj
ngittuu 1110 ncarr, puniaps lataiiy, 01
congest the lungs; cmighin'r may canst
vomiting, aud this hitter may boexciioti
simply by tickling tho back jmrt of (hi
mouiu 1110 iauces.
As thciic nerves have many different
ailments, a paralvsis of one brand
makes it impossible, or diliicult, toMval
low. Irritation of another tho out
which btipplies tho larynx cause
whooping cough, the mn-cles winch reg
ulate tho breathing being thrown tht
muscles which for a while Hiispcnd tin
breathing nnd thou convitUo it.
If the branches that supply the vnca
cords are paralyzed, they lose ti,l leu
tdou and aphonia (voieelessness) re
aii irritation of the lung branch,
where it joins with the so-called great
Bvmjiathetic nerves, gives rise to broil
dial asthma, the attacks of which art
very distressing though they rarely lasi
longer than 15 minutes.
Paralysis' of the branch tliatguen It.
the heart arrests llio heart action.
This Is sometimes the cnue of tho Mid
den dentli in angina pectoris. Neuralgia
of the btoin.'tch, wilh its inteu e pain of
ten extending to tho. breast and back, to
suits from Irritation of the branch whlel
ramilies over this organ. YotiHCti Com-1'nnion,
Functional derangement of tho female
syslcm is quickly cured by tho uso of Dr.
It. V. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription." It
removes pa!u and restores health and
(strength. By all druggists.
Fixing a Lover.
A motherly old woman, considerably
troubled with tho asthma,- and also
lame, called at the Twentieth Street.
Station tho other afternoon to state her
case. Sho made the sergeant in chanru
place his hand on a copy of Brown a
grammar which happened to bo lying
thore and swear that he would never
tell anybody, and then sho began:
"I have a daughter."
"And my daughter has a beau."
"They are engaged, and the wedding
day has been set three times, but ho
Hunks out of it every time. The first
t'uno he claimed that his father was
dead; the second lime bo was afraid ho
had small-pox, aud the third time, which
was yesterday, ho said it would bring
bad luck to marry w hen a comet win
visible. .'ow, then, I don't like this
fooling around. When mo and the old
man were ready to marry we walked
over to the iniuitcr's and were jim-d
without any backing out or beating
"Well, I want to bring this young
man to lime, l'ael is. lut's cither got
to come up to the rack or jump the
"Yes, ho must."
"1 wanted Id :uk you how far I could
go in the caio. Suppose, after he ar
rives to-morrow evening, I walk into
the room with a pi-tol in one hand and
a minister of the goqi.d in the other!'
Wouldn't that precipitate a climax?"
"I think so.''
"If he really loves Susie I think ho
would stand uji and be married. If ho
is only fooling around h.;'d jump
through the window, wouldn't he?"
Looks that wav to me."
"Well, I'll try ii". I shan't indulge in
no threats yon know. I'll hold the pis
tol carelessly in my left hand, and hang
to the minister carelessly withthe other,
and I'll simply remark that there's
either going to be a marriage or a skip.
I think that William will marry. It's
my opinion that ho is wailing for a little
coercion, and Fin pivliy good on the
coerce whon 1 got slarted."
"Well, don't break the law."
"Oh, no, no! If l,n skips 1 shan't do
any shooting. I'll lot the doe ive him
a run across tho commons and send tho
minister homo, I shall bo as cool as
ice, and it will be all over in live min-
Yesterday William and Susie were
taking their bridal tour on the elegant
new Mieliigau avenue two-ho!.,e .street
ears. Tho young man bad been coerced.
Dctivit '(.: 7'v-v.
"Many casts of fever and ru'1. dumb
ague and con tcsUve chill, vt io, piomptly
arres'ed unit entirely liaui;ieu hy the use
of your Simmons Liver Regulator. Y u
don't iy half t ti' iigli iu regard to ihe effi
cacy of your v il'.ublo medicine incususof
ague, intermittent fever, etc. Every ctsc
has l.e-'Q arrested imtnedi ituly, B iliove
me, when 1 say I w. a sufferer t'"r ye irs
with the liver iilsiM:-e, nnd only bnd reiief
by using your medicine.
"le'llKUT J. WKEm.
liit.vi., lvine Co., III."
Spf.eu's Port Ginpo Wine for weakly pel-
sons. l his i xci lieu; product, ot fi e crape
is prescribed nnd used by the lending phy
sicians iu the ctiuatrv, wbii a gein-rous and
nourishing wit. u is de-ir-iM' ;csvciidly for
female?, ig- d pcr'iis - ml consumptive;
and by churches fur communion. Hun
dreds of New York pliys;i-.ii,iis h ive visited
Spoor's Vineyards and wine cellars, but
twelve miles distant fiotn N'-w Ynik, and
pronounced bis wine pure and unexcelled.
For sale by Paul G. Hchuh,
Will youCoiigli when Shiioh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
RicUAitu D'llguacr, of Columbia, III.,
writes "Biowu's Iron Bitters is the bctt
tonic medicine I have ever found: I will
Faiimeiis and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency luisinea, by which f5 to
$'2U a day cau h i oiirnod , S 'ttd iiddre.w at
once, on postal, t 1'. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
lCl and 107 Fulton street, New York.
Shiioh's Catirrh Remedy a positite
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
KuoKioa hAvi ica Salve
The Best Salvo In llio ivorlu for Cuts.
Bruises, Hurts, Ulci rs, Salt Hheutu, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect 8 ttisfaction, ormonty refunded. Price
!25 cents pur box. For Rale by Clico. E
Mr. J. Vanuktivuisn, Diuggists, Graiid
Ilitven, Mich. I can safely recommend
Ely's Cieam Biilm for the cure of Catarrh,
Cold in tho Head, Aic Before I have used
the tirtt bottle I purchased of oit I find
myself cured. At times I could scarcely
smell HiiylhiiiU and had a head icho unmt
of the time. Henry Lily, Agent for the
American Express Ci., Grand Ilavcu, Mich.
A Varied PciTonuaiico.
Many wonder h iw Parker's ClTngct
Tonic csu pei foiin such varied cures, think
ing it tiiaencc ol ginger, when iu fact it is
made from many valuable tiiedieincH which
act beiiellciiilly on every diseased organ.
VTicsumptioii begins in ignranco and
ends iu ruin." On tho other hand, the
production of Kidney-Wort began with
wise Cautions uud scienti tie, research, and
its i so ends in restoring shattered constitu
tiotis aud endowing men and women with
health nnd happiness, "My tormented
bark," is the cxclsiu'ition ot more than one
poor Imrd-wnikintf imtn and woman; do
ou know why it. aches' It is because
vtitir kidneys aro over-dusked and heed
strengthening, and your system needs to be
cleaned ol had humor, i ou ncod Ivnlney
Dii. Klikk's Ohkat Nicrvk Hkstoiikh is
tho marvel of tho ago for a'l ucrvu diseaHcs.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 081 Arch
street, Phlladelnia. Pa.
Chills uuil Fever,
Simmons Liver Hcuu
lator ronn breaks thu
1'lnlln and nirrk'H thu
lever out ol tin- Htatem.
Ii cures when all other
S c,k Headache.
V i the relief Ki.il rare
of thin dnLresiiiii d I il
ea - une bimtuona Liv
The Iteciilatnr will eohIiIwIv euro thla ti..rlhln
(IIhchbo. We assert emphatically -vbat wo know to
should not bo reyurded as a trilling ailment. Na-
inre aouiuutm uio inmost regularity (H the liovelii,
1 hereforo analst natiiro by tklii Simmons Liver
UcKulator. it la hurnilecs, mild uud ellectuul.
OueortwntubleMioiirir.ua will relieve all tho
troubles Incident to a liilluiia rtate, ruth as Nausea
DihIiihss, Orovmlneca. Dmlrees alter entniL'. a hit.
ter had tate in the niuuth.
Persons may avoid all uttaiks bv orcnelnmillv
taking a tloae of ssliiiriiiiim l.iver iu-nu! itor to keen
the liver Iu healthy action.
BAD J 'HEATH!
generally arlsiiiK fr mi a disordered stomach, ran
bo corrected bv takitu; Siniinous Liver KcLlulator.
Slnimoiia Liver lieiiiihit moon eradicate this d'--
ease frmn Itie s,tKni, te ivlo tbr skin clear and
tree jruiu "ll 1 inpurlties
Children aiifferlnc with colic nuon oxm-rlenre re-
lief when Klinmoim liver iteu uier is Hilmiiilnter
ed. Adults also derive erem liiuelil fron. llu
loi-dliiiie. It is Lot Uiltj'.ea-Hi.t: it ! tiHrr.ilin
und eliective. puiely vei.' IuInm.
U I j A 1 H ) ! : 1 . &. K I D N Y S
Most of-'.h," rilnoji.' ,' o' the tihoi-li-i originate Iron)
thufe of ti e ki liii . he-li-re Uie tenon of thu
liver fully ami liutU ;U- keli-eys aud bluuiler will
fWTake only the f'nu'.ne, which alwuys bus ou
tUe w rapper the to, 1 7. trade murk ni.-t eiiiaiiir ol
J. II. ZK! IAS & CO..
l'ornil'i by all drr.Klsla.
A week made lit li, me by 'hi lndti
t ri. m . pehtDB invn nun lit-f re tho
: Oli.liJ. t SU'.t.-il n it neede-l. W'a
JMll r-tui I MiU Men. women, bo-s
and KlrlK v. iiitu! ever v be e to work
lor ii, o-i- the time nil can
work in apr-e tliue. or i-tve tour whule tlnio to the
bus in-na. No other liM-ine r will ay you i.early
as wvll No oi.ecnn fail to mike enoiinoca pay,
by eiitauei'ii; at once. Coa ly nu'tlt atel t rm free
vioiiee made tn-t, ea-lly, ard hou ra'i'.y. Addrei-s
TltL'K CO., Auu tti. niauo .
The lar,;i.n I.
st ami i u, ni--' I week'y iu th'j world
(NASHY'S l'APElt )
$1.00 A YKAIIT0 i;VKRY.r0DY
AM) A FUEL COi Y FOR EVERY CLUB or '1 EN
The b, ni a'orlea, the h. at ii usehi Id. uewi and
agricultural (iepariuivin. the b at children's read
tut;, toe lel relluioua depurimeiit Na-by'n Euro
peau lettera, t'orr- sp -uf-.e .ro.--. tlie who.o out
y c world, and eore of ecialtte too niim r
oua to nnrloa. In h- rt the l i p ip r puhlUhetl
P piij s, ti lonn ruluinuK, nnd u.l r-jr Due PulUr
yenr, P'ialn ! pai l !spe''im-.-n free to any ad
dreaa. fte: d a p-,f til, JJl.AUE CO. Toldl), O.
ONKV MAKlVG-t taSnla ol
three d ya only J ,Kil iu ouo year at aie rate,
by hlnblv Tucrativ-, Ku-I.h Svatein of I'nrl H.-eci-Inti
-ii Alao pittl,- . In ol liow eich leader tan
teat the t uiti of thu above Si ate ' iii-r Invest
ment cots''uct. d at th ' com-i.L' 'ivnnnnh and New
Orleans lia-e. 4 ekev nunts. etc Prorli" re.
turned week !v. wih ch tl" of ll erccut. from
wlnnlnira. Jietilinr on K' C't-h . e . hv, tin trea'.
eet:iy or old race in ilo- ,ri.l. (.'') real.i-i
(l.iO.wth wn. si" d ta nil l.ir our Itur'ii,'
tiuldu 11 C ii Altl'SON A L'U, 1 Hi i i ljiVihlii
ton is I , t licam il.
I BBSS STOPPED FREE
vv '.it"- .
8l)ii. o.vi r M . i: ,-e. M.: Ni r.vr. .rrte-
noxH. I-1 ik. I. i-ii.i:i-s .r- l.'.KAl I.1I1J.K ll tkn
lua dlrei-t-l. ..fi'inr'l'l'iv'.nw. 1itli,4
j trial U.itlt fr" to l it Cw-nFe-jr r.inr iprnw
,:har?,- mi Ih.x,Iiiiii n-cetvri. hnn iiiniri.r u aal
..,r,r.-i. 'l.lr. - at lltticteO U 1K kl.lNK '.cU Arrt,
TO CARD COLL
"THE FBOLIC OF THE PROGS."
S'X otiiiiiml d -iL-nf, Jui't out, ' erv finnv. will h
sent to ui y address on receipt of (I rer.ts Iu a'ninp a.
J. P. LARK IN J ' O , Htifl'.lo,N .
HOIS y. A X I ' F A C T U R E it S cF
IWRAXIN'K," fur ths I.aindrv-
".- L TK." a Turc Olive Oil To'dM Soup
PORT GKAPE m
Si'keu'h Pout Qkavk Wink !
KOUH YEAKfl OLD.
millS oKLKHKATKl) NATIVU WINE Is tnndn
I from tlnijiilcii of III" Oporto Miupe, rulaed In
thla count y, lis liivnluiihlu lotiln ii'id atretipth
enlnu proporl eM are nnsurpasid hv anyolber
Native wine. Ileitis Him pure juice of t o Oriipe,
proiliired under Sir- Mpoer's own linrsonal stipervl
atoll, its pin II v nnd in lu es, are RiiaraiiletHl.
Tbivoiineat. child mi. intl.il( of Its K'-uiToiia
niiaUtles, and the wculm r. Invtillil uao It to oilviin
Uue It la purtlcillarlv hrtneOcpil to Ilia ai'd and
d"hl1ltiitd, and sutt'd to the vsiimi ullinentathiit
aiVi'i't ihe weaker sex. It Is In ukery recnect A
WINK TO Uli KlCI.IEn ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The tV .I.HlIKRitV 1st w'nn of Snper'or Char
actor and iin-ikosof tliu rlcli quul tie of 'he ninpn
from wh rn It is mndu For t'urltv. Klehnoss, Fla
vor and Medicinal Properties, It will be lotind un
excelled. Spoor's P. J. Brandy.
Thl till A NOV "tfttida itnrlva'ed In this Oonntry
belliltriir atiperlor for ninilleliml pijri"ae. ll. la a
piiredlililutton Irn n tbu kmpi'. and roionna vnl.
nabln medicinal properties. It haa a ilellcalu flu
vor. alnrliirt'i ihatiiflhe -rap-s, from which II Is
distilled, ami is In ureal ftiv.tr aniotut ilril-rluaa
lamlllvs. Hee that the alun-itnrn of ALI'ltKH
HPKKK, Pa'aalc, N . !., ' over thu cork ol ouch
Sold ny paul sainni
A SO 11 UHUHOIHTS BVERYWIRfi.
g i f hK'Ay