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People) who do not object to fat
printers ami ltiutncs.
Tho liorso-trottin bravo tloservus tlie
A Htiltirwtre editor can make a Euro
pi.'im ttip for ?5.60 per day.
What business has a bank cashier
luprt'insf :)0,0UIJ Ki'oiiinl in a satchel
Several murderers have been Initio;
lately who didn't believe tliey were
going-Ktraight to Heaven.
"WIhto do the hats go?" an exehango
asks. Some of them go to the theater
and obstruct tho view of the audience.
An enterprising foundry-man has
named an economical stove he lixs in
vented the "NMw-eoal-'iin."
When the plasterer h at work upon a
wiling, it may be suid that he under
Htands his business.
A St. Louis horse chews tobacco. We
have often nocn a fast driven horse
Did Kichard III. exclaim, "Cive tne
another horse!" becausu he was tired of
the nightmare he had been riding?
The difference Ixttween a dandy and
a fat hog one is dressed to kill and the
other is killed to dress.
An engaged girl is happiest when she
is telling about it to another girl w ho U
not engageil and is not likely to be.
A lirst-class bronze statue of an edi
tor can Im; had fur 5.MH), and every
city ought to have at lea-it twenty in its
Where arc the men of '70?" chrieks
an excited exchange. On, ti Halifax
w ith the men of 76. (Jive us the women
"All things come to tho man who
waits," hilt a dime judiciously liestowed
on a restaurant waiter will hurry things
up a little.
Upon a writer claiming that his
works contained "much food foi
thought," a friend remarked: That
may he so; but it is wretchedly cooked."
New York and Ohio people carry
horse-cheotnuts in their pockets to ward
otf rheumatism. It is more convenient
than to hang a cabbage around the
Vou w ill wonder where all the dogs
in Georgia are until you dismount, at
the gate of a planter' 8 house. Then
you will wonder if he owns all the dogs
A distinguished naturalist .says a bear
Is ordinarily no more dangerous than a
vvoodchuck. That may all 1st very true,
hut in a mjiiitre hug the bear is far morn
Mrs. Partington honored us with a
call this morning. She is looking well,
and says she is like the windows of p
renovated house all the old panes arc
out of her and the pneumatics are
things of the past.
An oil producer was requested to give
a judgment note for a debt he owed,
but liiiuly refused, saying: "No, sir, I
will never sign a judgment note. 1 did
it once, and 1 come very near having
to pay it."
Perhaps tho casual reader has never
sat down on a buzz saw and felt him
self gradually fading away. If so, he
doesn't know what it is to form the ac
quaintance of a somnambulistic, bulldog
in the prime of life. .
Jennie June sighs for a seientilic
'dressmaker. What is it but science
that calls for twenty-eight yards of
goods in a dress so tight that the wear
er can't draw a long breath without
hearing buttons fly?
"Man," says Victor Hugo, "was the
conundrum of the eighteenth century;
woman is the conundrum of the nine
teenth century." An American editor
adds: "We can't guess her. but will
never give her up no, never!"
"I'm shocked!" said Mrs. Hi-own,'
stepping into the pantry just in time to
catch Johunio in the act of hiding a jar
of preserves beneath the folds of his
jacket: "Ves, Johnnie, I'm shocked."
"Yen, ma," res-ponded the young
rogue, "a laden jar is enough to give
anybody a shock '
"Where's tho molasses, Ibii?'saida
woman sharply to her son, who had re
turned with an empty jug. "None in
the city, mother. Kvery grocer has a
big blackboard outside, with the letters
chalked on It 'N. 0. molasses.' "
A gypsy fortune-teller got hold of a
base ball-player's hand the other day,
and attempted to map out his future.
She concluded that a new world would
have to bo made to furnish the check
ered career in wtoro for him.
An unfortunate lunatic has sent us
tho following conundrum, which ho has
used as an instrument of torture on
Hroad street for tho past three days:
"Why is an analytical chemist a wo
man? Uecause he Is an an-a-lyzcr."
Tho Post-ollico department has ruled
that a husband has no control over the
correspondence of his wife, hut this de
cision will not prevent a man from car
rying his wife's letter in his inside coat
pocket three weeks before mailing it.
"Dear, doar!" exclaimed Mrs. lirown,
"I have Just been over to see Clara.
Poor child! She is dying of ennui,"
"Why, how you talk" cried Mrq.
Homespun; then adding, as she moved
away from her visitor, "Mercy! 'Taiu't
ketchiu', is it."
Jay (Jould, upon an occasion having
received a sample package of whisky
with a beautiful card upon which was
engraved tho motto, "United we stand
divided wo fall," slvly remarked to ono
of his partners: "Vou bad belter have
that motto transposed."
"I think I shall have to ask your es
cort this evening," said a ulster to a big
brother. "Well, I guess not. Do you
aupjroMJ I'm going to let folks know I
can t go with any girl but my ulster?
I'll slay at home
good deal of such
lir.st." Thcr is a
A Noirislown man who couldn't live
within his income, was advised to dis
pense with a few luxuries. Ho imme
diately sold his gun and hunting dog
and bought a share in a yacht Many
a man would havo smoked a cheaper
cigar, and made his wifo wear hor last
Mrs. Gadabout was visiting tho Foggs
and had brought her three noisy boys
with her. "Yes," she replied to some
remark about the urchins, "they aro all
father." "Oood heavens!" muttered
"I only wish they were all far
ther. I shall go mad if they remain
hero much longer."
Kpitaph said to bo copied trom a
tombstone in tho cemetery Montmarto:
"Here lies Joseph X., who for twenty
years after the death of his wife lived in
tho society of his mother-in-law, and
died in tho certain hope of a better
A South end man has taught his dog,
when olfercd sausage, to mell of it and
then turn away with a mournful howl,
and when he goes i.ito a butcher's shop
where there are a lot of folks, offers the
dog a sausage and the dog does the act,
it is awful embarrassing for the butch
er, and, if he gets a chance, he kicks
A New York belle met with a sad
loss while returning from a summer re
sort the other day. Hysome means her
diary, containing the names of all tho
gentlemen she had become engaged to,
dropped out of the car window, ami
now she can't tell which of her male
friends have a right to kiss her.
Parson Jones had just concluded his
long discourse, the benediction had
been pronounced, and the congregaiinn
was dispersing. Said Deacon lirown, a
great admirer of the parson, "A fine
sermon and well timed, too." "Yes,"
replied Fogg; "it was certainly well
timed. About half the congregation
haL their watches out most of the time
he was talking."
An Ohio insurance agent in Dakota
some time ago offered a Norwegian a.
cigar. He took it, but not seeming to
know jut what to do with it. the agent
offered him his cigar from which to ob
tain a light, lie took the lighted
cigar, put it in ins nioulh, and placed
the uiilightcd one in his pocket. It
was the lat one the poor insurance
man had, and he was twenty miles
How She Loved Him.
"How she must have loved him."
As Myrtle Hdiugotc sjxtke these
words softly to (jeorge W. Simpson a
blush of maiden modesty flamed for an
instant across her pure young face, and
disappeared silently behind the tiny pink
cars that stood like pigmy sentinels on
a battlement of rose-tinted flesh, soft
and warm, and with beautiful curves
whose dimpled outlines would have
made even an anchorite resign. fJeorge
had been telling her that beautiful story
of the Princess of olden times who,
when her lover was stricken dow n by a
poisoned arrow, knelt by his side, and
with her own ruby lips drew from the
wound the fatal element. When he had
finished, tho girl gavu utterance to the
words with which this chapter opens.
Ami then, for an instant, silence fell be
(Jeorge was the first to speak. "If I
were wounded by a poisoned arrow,
darling, would you emulate the example
of the Princess?"
The girl's form shook with a sudden
tremor, and her head fell upon his shirt
"I could not do it," she sobbed
through her tears.
"Why not?" asked (Jeorge.
"Do not press me for an answer," re
plied the girl.
"But I must know," he says, in low,
"Then," she murmurs, pressing him
still more closely to her, "you are from
Kentucky, and I do not care to catch
the delirium tremeus.'1- Chicago Tri
bune. A Monster Mountain of Clay in Montana.
Wo rolled onward through the midst
of the grotesque and picturesque buttes
for hours; and their broken, jagged
walls and towering peaks stood out
against tho clear sky on either sido to
the line of the horizon. Suddenly, on
our left, a broad stretch of beautiful
grassy valley appeared, sweeping away
about a mile, gently curving upwards
to the very base of ono of the grandest
and largest buttes of all, which rises
abruptly from the level plain to a height
of nearly 800 feet. This monster mound
stretches along parallel with the rail
road for a long distance. Its spine is
broken by one largo embrasure or pass,
separating a small portion of it from
tho main body, lis bald and barren
heights aro bleached by tho awful win
try tempests, and on its scarred and
rugged bosom is inscribed the epitaph
of departed ages. To it great cycles are
but days, andconturies out swift hours
of time. But even now, among tho
"hills, rock-ribbed and ancient as the
sun, and tho vales stretching in ponsivo
quietuess between," the joyful voice of
man ami tho busy hum of labor awako
tho torpid echoes of tho past, which erst
knew no 'sound but nature's wild. This
monster clay mountain stands on tho
very border of Dakota, and marks tho
lino of Montana. This is tho great
"Sentinel buttes." lloflicstcr Democrat.
A Quoor Flan to Send Coin by Mail
A novel way to send silver coin by
mail Is described as follows: Take a
block of wood a little larger than the
coin and boro it with an auger two and
n quarter inches for a dollar, one and a
quarter for a half dollar and ono inch
for a quarter. Bore tho hole as deep as
will contain as many nieces as you want
to send. Fill the hole and tnclc a thin
piece of wood over the block. Write tho
address, put on tho requisite stamp and
deposit the block ana contents in the
postofllco. A representative of theUtica
Observer sent a quarter to Mclntyre,
the Alexandria Bay photographer at
Brock villo, Out., by attaching it to a
tag by a string. Tho receipt cauio back
in tho form of a photograph of the tag
and quarter, and the address on the
m s im
"I guess tho goose has tho advantage
ofyouT" said a lady loan Inexpert boar
der who was carving.- "Guess it has
mum-in age," was the withering retort.
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10. 1883.
Had Breath arises from the stomach, and
can be easily conectcd it you take Sim
mons JUver Kegulator, - It is peculiarly
adapted to tho stomach, correcting acidity,
destroying foul gases and allaying inflam
mation. Take, Mfter eating, a half-table-spoonful,
it assimilates with the food and
ensures perfect digestion, without which
that repulsive disorder, bad breath, must
ensue. Thw Regulator removes billioUJ
ness, cures dyspepsia, constipation and
sick headache, is purely vegetable and
Prosorving L'ggs for Cooking
In late summer and eariy autumu,
when fresh eggs are plentiful, gather
the requisito number for family use, aud
place them on either end the large end
is alwavs preferable. There are many
methods of preserving oggs is a stale of
comparative freshness, and there is lit
tle need of doing without this desirable
diet. If ono does not raise the eggs, they
can bo purchased reasonably in May or
June, and packed down or preserved.
Be .mire that the eggs are fresh laid, and
have not been sat upon, even twenty
four hours. Many times, if eggs are
left in the nests, and a hen suddenly
takes a notion to sit, one day aud night
will spoil the keeping qualities of tho
Eggs may be kept in good order for
six months, (and that period is reason
ably long enough ordinarily) by dipping
them into warm tallow, and after they
are cool, packing close in sawdust, and
covering them with the sawdust, mak
ing the package as nearly air tight as
possible, ami placing it in a dry, cool
place, being careful to remove "before
cold weather sets in. The tallow should
be the hardest that can be had. The
eggs may be dipped in strong gum
water and dried, and then packed in the
same manner. The object is to exclude
the air. They will keep quite a length
of time if dipped into boiling water.
This kills the germ and coats the inner
shell, closing the pores. Eggs will keep
comparatively fresh if packed down in
dry salt late in the season. This is suf
licient for nil culinary purposes for the
winter. Although for boiling or for
omelets there is nothing like a fresh laid
egg, the preserved one answers well for
every other purpose. I have often
heard a city ladv say that she never
could make good custards or cake with
fresh laid country eggs, so accustom
ed was she to the preserved or stale
Where fowls are kept, there need
never be any lack of fresh eggs at any
time of the year. But there are many
city people who value fresh eggs and
cannot have them in the winter when
the retail price goes beyond their reach,
but might purchase fresh ones in sum
mer, and by packing down at home,
have a better article than can be pur
chased iu tie w inter season. For lim
ing eggs, a piekle is made of pure stone
lime, line, clean salt, and pure water, in
the follow ing proportions: Six to eight
quarts of salt, sixty to sixty-five gallons
of w ater, and one bushel of lime. The
stronger the lime water, and the more
free from sediment, the better. Slake
the lime with a portion of the water;
then add the remainder of the water
and the salt. Stir well three or four
times at intervals, ami then let it stand
until well settled and cold. Either dip
or draw otf the clcarpickle into the cask
or vat intended to preserve the eggs.
This is on a large scale, but may be
proportioned according to judgment for
family use. Cwnttrij (ientleuuiii.
For thi Tamil; Scrap Book.
A little borax in the water cleanses
ivory and celluloid hair brushes.
In washing muslins and lawns put a
little pulverized borax into the water,
and use but little soap.
A tough piece of meal can be made
tender by letting it cook for several
hours iu water at simmering heat.
Tho qualit and juices of meats are
far better preserved if the meat is wiped
w ith a towel instead of washed.
In purchasing honey avoid that which
has dark specks, as thev destroy the
flavor of any comb in wliich they are
To clean diamonds nicely, wash in
soap-suds, rinse in alcohol, and dry iu
sawdust; then brush with a soft brush,
and polish with line tissue paper.
An excellent shampoo is made of salts
of tartar, white ca-tile soap, bay rum
and lukewarm water. The salts will
remove all dandrulf, the soap will soften
the hair and clean it thoroughty, ami
bay rum will prevent taking cold.
To wash white flannels without
shrinking them, make a good suds of
boiling water, and add a tablcspoonful
of aqua ammonia, and when scalding
hot pour over the flannel. Do not rub
on a board, but if convenient use a
pounder. llinso in hot water and wring
as dry as possible - and hang in tho hot
sun to dry.
To extract ujk from cotton, silk or
woolen goods, dip the spots in spirits
of turpentine, and let it remain for
several hours; then rub thoroughly be
tween the hands, and it will all disap
pear without changing either the color
or texture of the fabric.
To wash lace make a soap-suds of
whito castilo soap and soft water, and
while cold dip the lace in and put on
the stove to boil. Let it remain until
tho lace looks clean. Do not rub. Aft
er boiling sulliciently rinso thoroughly
in .clear, cold water and then dry.
When perfectly dry, wet it in milk mid
let it dry again; then dampen and stitch
it on a flannel cloth, and put over it a
piece of damp flannel. Steam dry with
a hot flat-iron nnd then pull out.
Volumes Couldn't Have Spoken More,
"When in tho country some time
since, on my way to Pittsiield," writes a
correspondent, "I mot u drunkard reel
ing along tho road I was traveling.
Seeing mo, ho stopped:
"Hallo, stranger" ho called out.
"Well!" said I.
"I say, stranger," said ho, "(hie) ef
you'll (hie) find any feller (hie) that
has a worse opinion of me than 1 have
of mvsolf, (hie) I'll adopt his opinion,
and forego my own."
The Now York Herald estimates that
a man in respectable sociuty in New
lorn city ougut to bo able to got mar
riea snu begin Housekeeping on an ex
penditure of $10,000. Those who havo
to eke out a miserable existence on $1,
000 a year will refrain from such a lux
ury as marriage.
Pakmeiu and others desmmr a fonn-el.
lucrative agency business, by which f5 to
$S0 a day can be earned, send add res at
once, on postal, to I'. U. Wilkinson & Co.,
ia ami Fulton street, New York.
ShiMi's ViUliztr s what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness ami
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Pi ice 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul O. Sc.buh,
Don't condemn a food thing because
you have been deceived by worthless nos
trums. Talkers U inner Ionic bus cured
many iu this section of nervous disorders.
and we recoinineud it heartily to sufferers.
uucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo In tho worlrj for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all bkin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
ar cents par box. For silo by Wf.o. E
Disesse. Pionensitv and Passion.
brtnia Mankind niimlwrli sH ailments, fori .
most among thtm are Nervousness, Neiv
ous Debility, and unnatural weakness of
Generative Orians: Allen's Bniiu Food
successfully overcomes these troubles and
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resTores ine suiierer to ins former viifor.
f 1. At druggists.
Croup, Wlu-oping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Scbuh, agent. (H)
Wm. H. Skclly writes from Lament, 111.,
" I hnvo taken Brown's Iron Bitters; it
certainly helped mo. I consider it nn x-
617 St. Charlos Slroot, ST. L0DIS, MO.
A rKolnr (1 rn, no! of lrt iih-.IIc.-iI
rolli'i!f, li.in tx'i'ii lunti-r i'IiitiikimI In the In nt
lii"1 ".r (.'1ro"l' N.-i-vooM, s-Uiii fio.l
T.i ... ' viMiB,rui Hill
JJlpml iUc.ic I tin n iinv nilnr jihvHlclnii In
i , ui) MiTi ii 1 1 nn inn ri'i.
ilniU know. ( ntiMilliitliiifli nlllrimr tot lunll
........ ..... . , ..ii-niMiiii'Mtw nnn riir mj limn,
frinaml Invited. A I'i IimhIIv talk or Ills oiitul.ii
riuUncitlilnif. Wlifii ll iHhii'inivfiili'iit iovli.it
plo rlty .or triMit nl. iih-.H.-Iih-i run Im'M-iiI
liyniiillori'Xri'i rvi-rv where, ('untitle re
Riiiirnnteerti where iluutit exist ll Is I'ruiikly
untied. Cull or Wrlle,
Nirvoun Prostration, Dobility, Mental and
Physical Woaknms, Mi'rcurlul and otlmr
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
l5rjirjliandBloo(r Poisoninif, Skin Afloo.
tlons, Old Sorei and Ulcors, Impndimnnts to
Murriago, Khdumut ism, Tilns. Sptolal
attention to cusm from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES roMivo special attention.
Diseasos arising from ImrrunVncrs, ExccmoIj
Indulftnnfis or Epomtrs.
It In nelCev Lieut lint n vtt'tnn rwvliiir
purtlnilur nltciillnn u a elms i.i i-iim- iiiiiiIui
Itri'itt kK til. mill ihvnleinii In reirnlnr iHaellep
II over llm rmintry kimwInK tliK rieiiiienlly
reeniiinieinl ertwulollie nlilest i.flloe III Anierlen
llel-e every klmwn Hiiiiiii e Is resin leil In,
ml the prove., I Kon. i-i'tiii'tlii.ii nl nil
ifi mill ennui l ien m e hi,,.,), a wtinle liniiw I
nm ij rnroniee purposes, n 1 I nil lire trrnleil llh
Rklll III R reieellul linoinei'l mill, kliott lln
wllilt til tin. Iiopxnei-lliientsiii-rliiii le, On He.
rmilit (if till! tfl'ciit niii'ilirr n.ilvlliii, Ult'
ctllirRei ltr kept Imt, III I I'll luvter timll Is
ileiiinnileil hy nllmrs Ir Mill srellle Hie sl,IM
mid Bet eocty mn itttiieet lllc eure, Hint In
tin lni,nrUiit llm Her. I'liml lilet, Ml imueh,
ent to any mlilrt'it frci?.
Klflfillit Flotli nml mil liliiillnir.
Hentnl fiir U
cents In itiiKe or eiirreney. uvernrtv won
rternil lien ietnres, tine to lift' ml teles on lint
iJ5 a5 flnl' J I
fells ITU jjl"t s?
M M,Vtii fiiTofull. PiiiW'i, llt, iH'i r, Of-i ..r 1,
JL Bon Mci, MiTiur.nl IMifni, C':.irl. I....- tif jl&
AiH'tii, K'U)tlf Cnin.iln.t.t .,! j. Hi, uil JjjF
Tm ilUi'Ut'B, ll titttr raili. All 1ni.'kl m l l3t
Ml cmiutry nmrr k rwr Ml . , srit Xji
Mr -A iu., I'tfapV I'liulinrtjti, oit rvi it txttiO, (&
iiiiiimiiiKsiiiijeeis, linnuiy nmrrv, who not;
rrnt'cr nKelnniiim . Im nmrry llrst.
ijinhnnil, Wiimiintliioil. f'livlritl rieeiiv. Wild
totili iimri'y. Mow Mm nml liiiiiiliiess ntnv Im
ktcrrMetl, "Thnso niiirrleil or eiiiili'iiilitlnit
Msrrylnut "lioulil remi ll. It riuulil li( lie rem!
ny ill nclult ,eroi( then keit nmli-r lock nml
kry. rnpulnr rilltlnli, sine nsiilnive, hut .iK-r
ud duo ritlin, ti rmiU by nmll, in uiniHUf
HOOT iiOTS MUSIC CO'S
VZVr 90-Ti. BAND CATsLOQUK POit
161 SENT FREE to nr til.lrnH, 1B0 Uliu
(ratiuiM uf all kimltof BEA88. QEKKAH
SILVER and SEED lnt"u2, th"
Tlslim ad cluslncatuio of iutlromenu
11 u" purcuanoj terirn for
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THE HOOT I SONS lAliiC C0..CHICAG0.IIX
AMD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our many othitr Flxlm-Onltsntr and MagoatU
Aipllnncs and (iarmanla sra Infaluuhla. and a tars
oura tor Narvnn Dehlllljr f'sralrala, Klleiiajr, llhuma
tUm, Ovarworkxd ilrnin. Eilisnstlua or liss ol Vlul
Kunrur, Wmik Buck, Kidney IiImmm. I linn. I.War and
HtoniBch Codii.LhInis, and srn ndalml lo iitbi
BKX. ihaiie aiillncM ara th tnrjr lataat ImproTad
and antirttly dittoreot Irom Iwlta and all othnra, aa Ihaf
poslilvidy nanrnta ronilniiuita rinranla wilhuat aolda,
causing no aoras n.-r Irritnllon of tha akin oho ba
worn at work aa wvll .'l rest, and ara only notloeslila to
tha wesrBr. Tha pnwar Is rKMlnlad no aa lo rami tba
dllTorant t! of nil rilranses wl.ara Klactrlo and
Nutfuatlo trammant Is nf Imnetlt Thosa for
Cure Impotency, Seminal Weakness, Lost MajfoOD.&o
Thay Cure when nil alae fnlla. Our IflTat rated
Pamphlet an In se.iled anveloia on ret-alpt of ttoanta
OoaUia0,oratoCurrily wrnii, frea.
Ilowatd Klactro Mattnnl Ic 1 uolas, 11 itr i air liy nail.
AMERICAN CAUVANIO CO.,
3 1 2 N. 6th 8t.. 8t. Louis, Mo.
A Now arm fiiiupieto II del, froiitiuu on Lmt
Second ulU Ifnilroad Stret-ls,
Tb l'iisein;er D.-liot td thu ClilCuso, St. l,onl
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n ..in no, ..I.U.IT. buuuni, iiinaii, ri
Louis and t'acirtc; liun .Mountain, and N-iuiiirti
Mole'ie. mid uliiu; v air i and St. Louis Kailwavr
nre all Jiist i rn tli ntn'ot; wtille (he Mcmnhua
i. iii iii u' is iidi one s-.imre uisinnia
1 Ills Hotel la heated by aleam. lias nleani
Lauiiilrt, lt.vilriu.!lc hluvaior, Klui trie (.'nil l.eils
A.iti.nmoc h iro-Aim ma. Hatha. Hbsn'iitelv pure air
pern i i m weratfi' niia nliii!lu npiioujliiieuin.
Sniierli fiui,isliliii;H; perfect serviro; nnd an tin
i ai v. i it a lanio .
ti. 1'. I'-VKHKU ,v a ..l
inj BiuuK.iS apoainvrt eurn ftirall llinrhni-..
i .a. Bilini llj.rf rtuI )-ruufil Belianllolia of tha
fl rnr tv-i-mnnf
4 jtfi jt, rvaMmKmSMmSiCVSBmtKm
ii. ' i ' . : '' bottle. For anla hy all druif
i:mta. or aitnt hv Kmrm nn r.
17o .inn 177 HTrfiiiior Ht. f.lNlMWMiTr1
OHIO. Please meutiuo. tblacnpor. ar '
y oplenr 'alwn; son the look-
i 'iinr iiir (iinnrnM i.t ini.i....ii
lli'-u earn Iiil's, aud In tlina
liucnmn wea'thv: thna who
no not iinpruVu Hi sir nppr
W offer a Rrent t hanco to make mouvy. We w ant
oiniiioa reniaiu in tnivertv,
mini) men, woman, nnya and ulrln to work lor ua
niilit in 'heir own loritlltloa Any one i-au do the
work properly from tliu flrst ainrt. Tim huninest
in pay mere mm ton times ordinary wnirtin Ex
pnnsneiiiilfli furnlahrd free. No ono who ttiiL'HL'ei
nil n in mako money rnp dly. Yon t an ilev.jto
your wiioie nme in no work, or onlv your apae
lliomt'iitrt. Fu;l iiifonii'itiou and all thai la I.. H
aeii'ireo. Aitureaa s l l mx t.'0. 'ort and. Mo
i prcl'cii .d liy tlino
simil.tr article, on nc
omit of iu iiicriir
lciinlincM and purity.
It contains tn.-iti-ruls
only that are beneficial
to the acalp and hair
nestorei IliTVouihliil Color to Grey or Fidid Hair
rirxeri llairlials.ini Is linely peihiined and Is
w.irrantt d to prevent falling of ilie hair nnd to re.
iimved.iiidrufl'.nidiicliiiig. Hucox & Co , N.Y,
liir. and l tlici, at deslin In drui and nwllrlnit.
A Superlatlvi Health and Strength Reitonr.
If you are a mcrhunic or farnirr, worn out with
pverwoik, or a mother run down liy family or houao
hold tluiiea try I'aiikkii's (ingka Tonic,
If you are a l.iwyer, mininlcr or business man w
liniult'd liy nient.il strain or auxioiiacnreH, do not tnks
InlnKiciitiug iiiiiiilut.s,l!UI uie I'iitkrr'iOiiiger Tonic
Ifynuhava C'nitstimption, lyxjic.ia, Kheuuuv
Itm, Kidiisyl'oniplninis, or anyrlisotiltroTtheliinga,
Uonuch, lioaelii, blood or itetvra. I'akkiiu's Cinokr
Ionic will cure you, ItinlitCre.iift Blood Puririer
And (In Beit ind Surest Cough Cure Ever Dili.
If ymi aro wasting away fromiige, diuip.ition or
any tW.ise or wcaknesl and requiie a stimulant tnko
CiNt.ua Tonic at om ej it will inviunrnte and build
Ion up fiom the first done but will never Intoxicate,
I ba aaved hundicda of lives) it may lave yours.
CAUTION !rtfuii all ubtlllulM. Prk'iOlniToalls
csmpritit of tha twilmtiiilisl np-nu In lUwi'tM.andlatnllrsly
ttiltiirrnt fmm nretiarallntii nf alnifr almta. Afiid forolroalar lo
llltoia A t'o N. V, ioc. 1 iu.1, it di-tlsn la dtuit,
(inr.AT ftAVINO BL'YINO COLLAR 81.
Ii.m. I, ami lualiiiir ....... I. .1
cfrliKlnfiit perfnini exceetliutily popular. Thera
lannfhlnff Ilk It, Insist un having Fuiaaa.
TON CoUfeNK and look for ilnltura of
lAlllIB MVINU BHVINU tie. dlft
Thoae tlentrlnn to make mono
. uunuau auuiillHimui uivmuiiiuU
QQA """.'"i. provlalona and lt0.
all apciuHtni. ono do to by opera
V"" limon our plan. From May lit
nnin a m 1 w"preeniiaie,oninvent
WHEAT ?,ullt of 10 to l.OMU.oih proUta
'lav len roaliJecl aud paid to iu.
. "n wrs ni i limn ti ti k no aevoro, I timea
tuH fir tlnnl lnn..ln,u.l u.. ... .
...jl i . j tu.'Buuri ruin,!!
lmid firat of every month, atlll loav-
STOCKS l','l"neVor tiayable on domand.
oiWVf0 Kxplmiatory oirt-ulara and atnto.
AmA nt of fund W nent fre. W
alllll roiixiniible aueiita, who will
Major mock. Chicago. DJ,'
Mason & hamiiJJ
fiRn A TQr eef''y beat, having htien
VIllJAIJ",,' decread at every Great
f. iu,... v VVorid ,ndail"ll Compi tltlun
Tot Sixteen Ye are ; no other American orsata hav
S !n f0.UDd el"i" y- Aleo cheapest. Htyla
;u'3M octavea; iiifllclont compass and power
with oeatqtialty, forpopnlar iacred and aecular
muHlc In achoola or famlllen. at only l-2'i. Ona
ion. $114, to 1100, and up. The larger ityle. are
wholly unrlvalod by any other organa. Alao for
eaay payment. New Illuatrated Cataloeue free.
The MASON i UAMLIN Ori land Piano To.
IM Tremont atreet. Boston: 4 East Hth street
C?cko Vork; 1 IU Wabash Avenue,
YOUNG MEN Iruy oownt 10 ernTetem.
JanelVle VI.,la '' a,ldrce8 v1en'1''e Brothert,
No wapapaer Advurtlalng Bureau, 10 Spruce at. N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS MM
ttiood, and will eompltelycbanr tha blood in theen
ure aval am in t hrea raontha. Any panon who will taka
f P"'a-h nishtfniin 1 to 1 week may be rastored
to so nnd haalth, if snch a thin ba posaihla. KolrJ nr.
orywlicra, nraant hy mat) for H letter slampa. I. 8.
Jounbon 4 Co., Boston, Maw., formerly Bangor, Uv
I Have a positive remody fr m abore dluasa: brlta
if t."",,"a o' eaaaa of tha worn kind and it Ionic
t!. '".S h'vebuen cured. Iniliwd,aoBtr.init Is my fallS
n lualfleary, that f will ssnd TWO BOTTLlTs FRKK to
father with aVALl'ABLB TKKATIfilion this u'wiii, ta
tuj ilerer. Olva Kinrs ss and P. O. ad.lrei,, u'-w
DK, T. A. 6UCl, 181 fariat..0wTor
While SVreatllug with a Fallen Tree a Lnmberman
ll-'coivoa Consequential Damogea.
While on a hunting excuraloa Iu the great coal
and wood region near Carhondalo Pa., the writer
met IMUin Coll. a lumberman. Accustomed to
life and labor In the forrest from early manhood, he
waaa trim K'llght lithn Axe. Many a tree bad
rallim before his rin. lug etrokee, and tV'eta of rafts
had burnt! away to market the rawed products.
Coll la 11 character, nml If Oscar Wilde is right In
ay'ug th.nl all movement In uuhludcred labor are
jraeeful.our friend William, atripped for his work,
and attaching a tree as Kichnrd I, assaulted the
heavy door--of Front de Bmaf 'a Castlo must have
presented an iid .i.ir .hk' ilcture
One ilny, howevcr-biit let him tell the story
himself, as he told t io nie-
"I ns nut In tho woods you know, trying to
mart aim g iIohii a hi'l. Thinking I could get a
hettfr purchase on It from i lie tower aide, I tackled
It there with my log r lilng hook aud throw my
weight ou tbt l. vcr. Sho started she did, but aa
luck won'd huve it, In lore I could g -t out of the
way, she rolled r gbt ever me. II It hadn't been
for a lot of small llmln and brnsh lying In the road
whlth lifted her up. she'd a clashed me flat. As it
was I got up without a broken bone, but with soma
mighty bad bruises "
"Then joii were all righ'," said Ills auditor.
"Not bya blaiEHd slubt, atraneer. I took' rniri
rheumatism set lu, and, If I hadn't heard of BEN
80.VS CAPO INE PORvUS PLASTERS and
used 'em, It's my opinion I shonld never have
niadoano'beroh pfly. But the Capclne took hold
flub k, htitl I'm about aa good as new. But there's
one thing you km ralkllnto on:-I shall nevor
wrastle wilh another log unless I havo the advan.
tng't of the ground F ir, as I told vou before, If It
hadn't hiinn for ihem brashes I'd been smaslmd
you co.ild a sold me for a door mat."
fliu Capclne Is thn thlna for rhenmallam. it
doesn't keep you waltlnir. Tha word CAPimmb
Is ci't In tliu center of the genulue. Price 85 cents.
Dealings: Johnson, themlsta. New Yrk.
FAIUIKK'K StiNS Av D DAUOitTEKS
(lr an AiMiua Kan na X.V'..
- ' ' J !.( Mi If Ul l (111
in Cftuh. Work In tt f .r that ii--rU-n v..
... " t, si rm 'uv Tt
uures a, a. u. H.U'KuTT, Ft Wayne, Ind
for all Union Hold lent
i 'iiliinwildlt'n reported on rolTsaji deserters
I s iiiiiiisiiinii.rsr'iiiii'
ntonoe. Send two a.
ent siuiiiiis to
S.roppART A CO..
413 i htrert N. V.,
WunUlit.tou, II, CI
BY MINNESOTA SWEET CQfUT
KdiiesM and iractlea trrovrara nnw aaaant t ....
motto "Tltttt Hits liirh7NoMh.tiiJr,1!
rown llio earlier (heir irod", t v- 1 ' h.'
WeiofT.ir this yaarafull line of HUtHlaJVK.irJ
true tonaine, Kn,Wn oo drv uln.i riL'i ?.r.' i.'Ir"tlT"i
f...M ..t.i . , ' "" ,.rw.i,, aN J,iaJ
porta Htar lullnw IX'lit Corn still i:,liC
lor rruliln. li.a. I ... . .. v.... wm
th AnnnalittnlTHc'mr "rhWlVAiT
U rwer, luiporteri Jttbbvr. (V. U, i Mfiifc
A l.adliitT I-ondan Fhyr
einn tiMinitliahi'M aa .
(MHre In ewYork !
( U U U WtYvmdmJournalofMaiuiM.
ho of jVt and
nil iioiint ii
fork i our
inf. aa. Krsrnile (lata nf LoattnnV arba tnaM a spa.
alalty of llliay, has wllhniii dnnhl trealaU and nrad
tnnraraaaailian anynihnrllrlnf ehj-tlrisn. Uiisinvsw
liaaslmsHybaoDasiimlsblna'i a nava kasrd of raw nr
war SO ynars' aiamllng aucraasfniiy rarsd by hi in. Ha
kaa sabllshad a wiirk on this dlsaaaa, whlrh ba Sanaa
with a 1st" hntilanf his troadarfalaara It In any taf. .
war who aisr ad thslr aiaaasa aaat r. 0.rart a
attvlf aav aaa a-ishlna; acata tvasMraaa
. 1st. a M.SdOWnA Ho, S C, I ear Ta,