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If&im ora:;v irOurioi'sfubsiiiti'vacau I found
In An'lrewV ivarl B.iUing Powdor. Is p
tivciv PURE. J.i lne endorsed, and le.-t!montaH
re tlvoi imm audi rliuml iifti. liana llfiya, Uoe.
tin; M. Po!i.JhnUln. of Chliu.jo: and Gustavu
iJoxio, M'.bva-.ikee. New r s. -i.l in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO,
tf. Mtelt.s.m AT. f?. U;'.' J." K. Water
Kivrv f ir"t Ib tvnrrnr.ted tntie-
faiH Ty to it" wearer in every 'i,
ir the untr.'v will r.'lntid.'d I'jr
Uie iernoa iwm whew, it v t bnm.U.
Theonlrfliraet prnn.u-.-l by nvr ! ' li'Y l-ttyMrt.ii
tl ' Awl wmfuriaaW. and p rtua litli: S tvnwl .
BJ ruin:,? Mnii. iv.ti.se i'-w
Hraltl) Prfaw Inj. 1.'. . A'.AJlu.tlnf. H 0
Abdomlinl (cjiTu hem J ) m-lne.
Ileal Ik riwrlii lli' roull'1 00. J'atiifon
pllrt Supiiiirttntf. 1
riirn1 by Iri1ip Kt-tnit I-1.t rvrYrvrr.
CUICtOO fOi-ii:X ,. Chicago) lit.
prorwtli.ii of IToioxirtP of Iron, IruvU0
Park mul the IVovIm" f. wnli with Ib9
Vepclaliie Armnallcs. Emkri-il by il: MHlral
Proffulon, sin) rcoimmi nili'il by in for ly
plm. Ur nrral lellll( . I'riunlr 1H
rmmr. Hani of Vtlalily, ennui I'ra
Iration. DmvDlnrriio Iront lorn
and Chronic Chill anil lnor. Itservet
KaanfidartJ tj The Pr. Carter Medicine Co, SL touk
Tlif follon-iuft l nnnur the very cmuy tocUiuo
CUla we ki t' ruct-ivir.K (Lilly
Gmtlrmm: Home thiv Iiionlln eo I bcrtll thO
OM Of U:i. II MMEII'.'' II10N IdNIC. upoaUie d
Tlivnf iii'Mjr frtomlswiiu knrwlis vlrniei. 1 u
ufferliip Prom piinml ilctlllty to mch an extttit
thit invUbor wuti'xcetr'llnplv t'lnlciitotiietoOM.
A Taottlnn of a inrntti dtit not give u,t mucb ra
lief, Put oil the voutiarr, lulloareil by ln
crtsi d prostration anil VinMiy lillls. At tlili
time I bfn .n tliu ue of youi itiuN T)Nlc. Irma
whP'h I rrallii il almost Itinin cllute nl wonderful
resuiti. TliPol lcrii'tyy rif turned and 1 fotinil Uiat
try natnra'. lorco wag not permanently abuted. I
have iiwj three hottlrai f tlx Tunic. HIih c ustpj
It 1 live done twice Uie lutior Dint 1 ever did In ttie
unif tlmo ihirli,; n y tl.iu is. auJ wltii doolilo tlio
tae. Willi tlio tniiniull i,i rvp md Mj:orof body,
b.i'jionje alf (Iparnt'a of thmiL'tit ni-ver befor
n.toyed. If tne J'oric has not done Uie otk,I
kjiow not Uat. I ulve It thf credit.
ModI gratfiillv joiim,
J. 1. WA'lMdV,
Troy, 0., Jan. i, 1873. fimior utrliUaa Churctw
r3aleb DrugKl't tnd General Dc3!i Evcrywhori
ArmtiywUh mcb rcpotnt'on sn nnitf.itr't
8t mai.li tiltten Hi mrv a larirhl. If y mare
dy;iOotic, your malad will v.m tnailv yield inn;
liyuu ri' lu. i'o, In U fl lj and "of dra lid 'nl. It
wtd both I wilit slid rlii'cr yon ipt If nro
cnu UpNli'ti, It will rol eve, ui.d if Idllom, linillh
fnlly ti n te Vi ur liver, " n't tie-pond, t nt
m tnnirir' in the ili?ht ulrectlo i.
if-MW by all 0 'ij.H'i at. J tK-iii-r gi'lmrtl y
R-H-E-H AT! S M
A It U tut ell t'i p:iL..'i:l t:aira cf the'
KIDNSYG.LIVCR Am C0WCLG.
It OlaailtCI tli OVIIC 1 cl HiO leriJ Tmlann
that caiuce t)i dn.adful o-j'Jcruiu which'
only Uie vlrtlme of li'iouir.ntl ?i r -.,-i ro&Uag.'
THOU9AMDB CP Cirri
f & wor-t lji"jia cf tils tTcbli dtnHac1
tiave been quickly relieved, eel In aUorl uau
nun, l. norm on uuv. f im tv uccccum.
It vryenn mw-m riTttiftiU
'ilDDti.r... Oi.i t uiicc rroa KrattArrto.
ri'a.liil,rrii tnt.cu' IM Al.l.llll.i Kuktn
lM4lrn,t4. ArUVw llnlili,)M 'Irt.llHt
III trial koMb IimuIii aMt.thtr rivlnt . aprtaa
lokWIMM b..ahn NMIlM hand ItnM.P O iu4
fM. l,fM tf aAiDM ws 11 k M.INK.Vll A rut
dm J'llieea aatHrtWDwa tmntTDM
P CU.tBP.JTE3 I
tr fi M I'R. KUNb'8 GHfdT
U U r. Nerve HearoRew
.,li II,. ai Aiwn Nxuva
, Their Firot A ppiarancn.
KnTflopea wtiu tirnt tuml In 18.19.
Anie.i he.-ia tviii tlijtoovvroii In 1844.
'J lio tlrt steel ptMi wns mmle in 1830.
Tlio lirst nir pu mp was mwlein lt5 4.
'J lio lirt dniiy jijijxt iinjiearcJ in 1702.
Tlio lirst hif'ilfr mutch was nmtlo in
Muhnmnioti was born at Mtwa about
Tlio firf Iron Btpamshlp wa9 built in
Tlio lirst hnlloon nsrent was maJe in
Conches wcro lirst useil in England in
The m-st horse railroad was built in
lS'.'C-L'T. i ...
Tim l'nuiciscans arrived in Ei)j;land
Tin- tirt steamboat plied the Hudson
Tim eutiro Hebrew Blbla was printed
Snips wcro firt 'ooppor-bottoraed"
CJnld was first discovered in Califor
nia in 1648.
Tlio lirst telescope was used in Eng
land in 1608.
Christianity was Introduced into Jap
an in 1MD.
The lirst watches were made at Xu
renburg in 1477.
First saw maker's anvil brought to
America in 1819.
First alma n ao printed by Gcorgo Von
Fnrbach in 1460.
The first nrnvspaper advertisement
Bppoared in 1652.
Percussion arms wer used in the
United Stntes army in 1830.
The first use of a locomotive in this
country was in 18-9.
Onuiibuspg were flrt introduced in
yew York in 1830.
Kerosene was first used for lighting
purposes in 1S2G.
The first plabs factory in the United
States was built lu 1780.
Glnss windows were first introduced
into England in the eigfbth ceutury.
The lirst eteam-engino on this conti
nent was brought from England in 1753.
Tho first complete sewing-machine
was patentod by Elias Howe, Jr., in
The first Society for the Promotion of
Christian Knowledge was orgauizod in
The first attempt to manufacture pins
in this cnuntrv was made soon after tho
war of 1812. '
The lirst prayer-book of Edward VL
came into use "by authority of Parlia
ment on Whit Sunday, 1549.
The first temperance society in this
country was organized in Saratoga
county, New York, in March, 1808.
The'-firat coach in Scotland was
brought thither in 1561, when Queen
Mary came from Franco, It belonged
to Alexander Lord Soaton.
The manufacture of porcelain was in
troduced into the Province of Hezin,
Japan, from China, in 1513. and Hezin
ware stiii s Chinese marks.
The liret societyfor the exclusive pur
pose of circulating the Bible was or
ganized in 1805, under the nanio of the
British and Foreign Bible Society.
The first telegraph instrument was
successfully oper.itud fcv S. F. II. Mor.e,
the inventor, in 1S;'5, tliuurjh its utility
was not demonstrated to tu9 world until
The first Union fin? was unfurled on
the 1st of January, 1776, over the camp
at CaruLr;iL-e. It had thirieen stripes
of w'iiiie aud red, and retained theEng
lish cross in one corner.
When Captain Cook first visited Ta
hiti, the natives ere using nails of
wood, bone, shell, and none. When
tliey saw iron nails they fancied them
to be shoots of some very hard wood,
ami. de1rotis of securing such a valu
able c-omnioriity tliey planted them in
Tho Tiff! Lake Comet man claims to
havo hc ird the following conversation
between Bill Loupe aud Bob Mcllala in
a Fife Lake grocery;
"This don't quite come up to two
years ago, Bob, when the snow was
6tven feat deep, and trains were snow
ed in four davs. That waa a hard win
ter." "Hard winter! Wy, that was nothin'
at all. Eight year ago the trains didn't
tret through here for tljreo months, and
Uncle John Cray ton had to pack all his
provisions over from Traverse on suow
'Yes, that was pretty tough, but it
wasn't a marker to the winter Burt
H've stolo Doc Morgan's turkeys, and
had them all dresseif beforo Doc quit
rallling. Don't you mind how the wind
blew, too, iu;d hour it drifted? Whew!
Xick Theiss lood two eighties that
winter on M.ction thirteen, and in the
pring Will Bailey hapjumcd down that
way. looking hmd. and got onto them
stump. Gro'tt bullirog! The shortest
Hump in that lot whs forty feet high.
Will bought tho stump land at fifty cents
an a.-re and made ,(w0 logging it ov
er again next year."
"Oil, I know all about that. Suoh
Ftoriei us that might do to toll inFlorida
fr in a wurru part of Texas. But you
don't wtint to talk to rue a niinnlt about
Fife Lake w intern. W'v, boy, I was hero
'fore on was bom. You nuver bcerdof
the winter oi '49?"
"No; let 'or drive."
Well, that was a windy yeur, and it
was a little cold, too, you bet. yer nigh
steer! Winter sot in tho k'th of Novem
ber with the goshdarnndcFt whirlwind
you ever smelt of. What do you s'posc
I kiw when I ytent down t' "lake next
uiorniti'j to tulje a wiui?
"Wh.u whs it?"
"Well, the lake hud frozo thirty-four
feet deep duriu' the uight, un' right cut
in the middle that durned cyclouo had
raised a chunk of water sir.y feet high,
un' It had froze there still' as a green
Norwuy in Felmwarv. Tho blamed
thing was 'bout a hundred feet 'cross
the top, and tapered down to'bout an
inch nt tho bottom. Tho wind wtm blow
in' like an old settler, too."
"Did die blow over, Rob?"
"Nary a blow. Ilcloro tho wind could
heat o r over one way it would whew
'round and right 'er in. again. And tdio
kept gum' that wov till the 4th of next
BeteenlO and S are now tho fash-
phia. fetr.inge coincideuw. They Bre
.sotlio fashionable. ,ri(nP cml
home intojjeated, cnly the llU,er pcriod
down t comineiii-w until 10 o'clock e.i
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORN! N't?, FEBRUARY 1, 1883.
Tishing on Tlofida Keys.
I need not nintlon what you nre to
take In tho way. of coniforU , luxni hiN
and kniek-kn icks, but you will waul
plenty of guns and fishing tackle, not
spoons, llii's, etc., as used hi tho 1 i 1 1 1
t reams through tho inbTior, but gen
iiino hooks and lines not pin hooks
and spool "thiHad lines, but steel hooks
from one-eighth to one-half in thick
nes, with always a small ctviin of five
to six feet in length, which is to be fast
to the hook, in c:hp, ai is often true, a
shark should take hold. Tho bait gen
erally used here is u nuillel; thi-se fish
do not readily bite at the hook, but may
be had by casting the net which your
boatman or guide will he sure to take
along. Now so far ;ts fishing is con
cerned, you havo but to wnit for the
Hood tide, and bo located at or ueur
gome "pass," ami your fun begins.
Lookout, now! Sen that large red
fish making for the bait your blood
may curdle and hair stand on end, for
now you are "into business." We will
say that you have been fishing two
hours nnd'hnve some twenty-five of the
finest tish in tho world, these ranging in
weight from live to twenty-tivo pounds,
and embracing many varieties, such ns
sheeps-heads, trout," ponipano, red fish,
and two cr three small sharks, called
cubs, shovel-nosed, etc. But us the fun
is yet in store, you must clean these fish
when they are caught, while the tide is
ebb, that" the blood and offal may be
washed into the Gulf.
As the thin begins to flow prepare for
one of the greaiVst events of a Usher
man' onroer. Bring the ax, cut isolid
suki! four to six itic.ii.s in diameter aud
live to six foot long, sharpen and drill it
into the ground two-thirds or three
quarters or its length now get out the
"busimMs" line and the devil hook, put
on five or six pounds of this rod tish,
and all hands "stand by."
There! there! liu's on", holdfast keep
the line from slipping or working up
and let one man hold tho top of tho
stake let htm worry a little all bauds
now for a pull.
His head being out, the ax will be
serviceable. This is a shark a whalo
the lion wf the deep! one feels that
he never wants to bathe in the surf
again. We will take this fellow's jaw
bone and dry it for a trophy a keep
sake, a frightful curiosity, plenty large
for a small m m to crawl through when
open. American Angler.
Mistress who, desiring to press out
somo articles, calls to the servant in the
kitchen through tho speaking tube
"Bridget, put down a flatiron for me
Bridget, lately arrived at Castle Gar
den "Yes, mum; ill ve have it hot or
"Come, now, father," exelairaed a
Brooklyn girl, in joyous expectation of
many pleasant reminders of the season?
"is there anything vou enjoy more than
the Christmas tide?"
"Yes, my dear," he said rather sol
emnly, "I would enjoy it more if youi
mother was tongue tied."
An offender was arraigned at the bar
of a Washington Police Court and plead
ed his previous good character in miti
gation of puniphment.
"Can you offer any proof of your good
oharacie'r?" asked tlte Judge.
"I can," returned the prisoner.
"Let us have it, then," said the
"All right, Judge," added the pris
oner. "Everv night after the shooting
of President GarrMd my employer sent
me down to the White Hoitso to ascer
tain how the illustrious sufi'erer was and
I haven't put in mv claim before the
Board of Audit yet."
"Let him go." said the magistrate
promptly, "republics are not always un
grateful" Keeping the Head Clean,
Tho Druggists Circular gives the fol
lowing recipe for the "dry shampoo,"
and considerably used by "barbers, now
geuerally known as "sea foam:"
Alcohol 8 ounces.
Wiitrr id ounce.
Ammonia 1 ounce.
ColoKue 1 ounce.
It is rubbed on the head until tho li
quid evaporates. No subsequent rins
ing is ncc ssary.
A distinguished physician, who had
spent much time nt quarantine, said
that a person whose head was thorough
ly washed every day rarely took con
tagious diseases; but where Uie hair was
allowed to become dirty and matted, it
was hardly possible to escape infection.
Many persons find speedy relief for ner
vous headache by washing the hair
thoroughly in weak soda water. I have
known severe cases almost wholly cured
in ten minutes by this simple reruodv.
A friend rinds it the greatest relief in
cases of "rare cold," the cold symptoms
entirely leaving the eyes aud nose and
after ono thorough washing of the hair.
The head should be thoroughly dried
afterward, and notexposed to draughts
of air for a lit,lo w Idle.
Anecdotes of Quaen Victoria.
Sir Archibald Alison, in his autobio
graphy, just published tells two very in
teresting anecdotes of Queen Victoria.
She told him on one occasion, when re
ferring to her Scotch ancestors, how
glad Mho was that she was descended
from Queen Mary and had nothing to
dowithQueon Elizabeth. Tim other
story relates to Lord Clyde, "Ii , well
kuown that he was seriously hurt at
bavin? an officer far bis iiimnr nut rr
his head as Coimmuder-iu-Chief after
General Simpson's resignation in tho
Crimea, and that ho had' returned dur
ing the winter intending not to go out
again. But he yielded his own inclina
tion eventually' to the Queen, who at
Windsor, it is said, asked him to sit be
Bide her on the sofa and burst into tears
at his continued refusal. He respectful
ly kihsed her Majesty's hand, aud said
he could now hold out no longer."
Tho average salary of women teach'
crs in Vermont is only $18.24 per month
littlo more than that received by the
ignorant servant who scrapes kettles in
tno kitchen. In New Hampshire tho
women teachers receive $22.36. Ver
mont's nialo teachers are paid at the
rate of$l a day smaller wages than
are given to an ordinary laborer lu the
field. It is no wonder that the teach
ers are considered Incompetent and tho
chools failures. -
THE GREAT GERMAN
Jti Hi vv unit cures
I! Milt CUE,
S9f E THFOAT,
CcrencaJ, Cult, Bruitel,
III KNM, Si Al.Oft,
Ami till (iIIht bodily acbra
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by till DruiruWa and
II, ,,Iits, Dirti'tioiia III 11
, : .
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s Cli::rks A. Vogcter Co.
,..... ,, i. a v .ifi in a oo i
! i . .-in,..; . .n!.
ItntiliiK.ie. Mil., I .N. A.
POUT (JHAl'Ifi WINE
& . IJa
r L .v i ',.'""'i ' LV (s -.v 1 'TrOs
;.' !!'.' '-,V".i -vw ;S v.
Spker's ?okt Grape Wine !
four yea us old.
THIS rELEBKATEl) NATIVE WINE it nn.le
-1- from the Juke of the Oporto Vpe, raled In
thlicoutty. lie invaluable tonic and ureneth
i'nln proport ' are uueurpaHeed bv Buy othei
Nfltivt iuu. I) 'he pnre juice of t'e Orepe,
prod iciil uihI t Mr. Spour'e own pe-onal eupervl
"ion, i i (.in 1 1 v and , ni neux, are cunraDiecd.
Thivouni-at child m parlak- of Its f tieroue
qnu itiee, and the wesk t invalid uae It to advnn
tuts It I-particularly bonefli Isl to ,h aped end
d' bitltati'd, kimI -tin, d to the arioua ullniuatr that
aft"-ct tin? Bi-akiT net. It In I never repulA
WINE TO BE hEt lll OJJ,
peer's P. J. Sherry.
The I'. J.slIEKtU la w'ne of Super'nr Char
nctortnl art ikcuortho rich Q'IhI liee of 'he tapa
from h cd If i made For i'urlty, Ulchree, Kia
vo' and Medicinal rropurtiee. it will be looud un
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
Thle BKANDV taud nnrtve'ed In thla Conntry
beitiiffar x'tiierU.r for medictiiul pit poi. It t i
puredntillntio'i iro " tho grap. Dd ron'eHii vul
nu'de m',!k'ln:.l rro'.'rii, a. It bit ileti!.t. fit
vor. lm birto that of ilia jrap'ia, from whlcb It le
dimmed, .i:d is m ijrv- f T emoni? lir-t-cU
fainill. See fiet the eisn-'nre of ALFRED
HP K KK, ?s-(i!c. ' J.. :e ovr the cork of eeb
.old By PAUL SC1IT7H
AST DT JHC.j.flSTS EVKRVWH-RE.
SIMc d f.'.onroo Sts.. Chicago.
f.r .'Al .,U l.,.li.li,l
t imlr,nri..."i-. 'H, i rs IWU,
t...., ri.,.n, ant
l.iw ,r,.v Ii.-, I O.iMfc ;.".lr"f
tl',t;Mti.'.1', ft, o l" ' ".inln On I i-
1.1 CHOU" ImmU lUM.
II ) im vi'n-n nv. pn
ai.d dare hflore en dm, ft)"i
I , b,z ii I. htv ntid a hi me
i' "Vc inh i.d tocoi qi rilmo "
fi'y-j . , k in vonro n ton
Hve I) ill t on rit ire . No
f i, cw C o'iIhI ' ot r-ijnlrid. We
i i'V," 'hour Many are m-iklng
t in tkc an mnc'i nfn aid bnva
atidjrsm.ke rr-at pay Header, if toil nt
I ti-ii i d wh ch vo i can mHtiH great t av nil t' e
me, rii(. fr niruculan to U.. HiLLtTl' 4 CO.
Electric Apa'iances are tent on 30 Days' 1 rial.
TO MEN OHIY, Y0UJJ3 OR OLD,
"tTTHO aro nitrorlnif from N'snto'-a rF.mt.tTr,
V l.nsT VtTAi.irv, Lack op Nerv Foart hid
Viir. Wjsti.v.i '.Vtnastasm and ail thoo dleeaeae
or a I iriviSAi. Natiio! ri iltm from Aomita and
Otmeh Cai'iki. Spe'.ty re. lot dd! romplele roito
ritiunui Hr.ai.TH,viiioaiiJ MavhiX'D i.cRA"iTtr.n.
Tne yinndKit .tl-wovory o) ihu Nlnet.).'ntli (J, ntury.
t ii.l utxiii u fT illUKt rutcd Hdu.tilut froo. AdtlraM
Y11TAIC CUT CO., MARSHALL MICH.
,ul MwaM ai ii null a f c m
mn to ew
All Ottrtt vlio front iu ilrrl1oti, truwi nf ohr co tft
vtik. utii'frrta, )' firttoi, ptiTiiotilr (lmim'4. ftnd utitbitt
pvrfurm liftj' dullest virurW. ota b rtswnif ind prrnft
Dtutiv ourm, wiiiw. i iioun'Tt tiiwaifinr. Minurwa oynocwrt.
nlanwrt .1,1 (l,f i,r. Thi W-'Imol K mUii " Tb aid
rilBO ortriu. Vervnii. Irlittll. I'hv-li'iil Wwev, A'.,
, h.limii,pr.i',riii., T1IK M Alt-1 0 IlOI.I'a." km
honelraa raa 4.'iir,1 recrttin rntnrailun to tuil and ear.
fmit innnhaod. mrila, 'flictlia c'.tiIt. plcuaut. B.uil
0r trrail.-. ('"it, nl', tlr,,i F,th jjliT.lpInn tr,.
A1AUST0N Uf.M tU V CO., Ifd I'ultaaSlrwt, Saw Vara.
WrZWDU in r or r n nr
i'-y . IILLIHULL OLLI -UUHI.!
A fnvnnte tirearrlnttnn of nne of the
rnont noted and aurfenelul atiiTlalhta In the V. a.
(now rellr. di lortheenrHof Vrrroii nubility.
ri y'ioil, anf.'iiraand lrtau. heni
'niiuui-K-... iivi'lupe'i-oe. iiriintjUiataulllllL
Addraii DR. WARD & CO., Louliiem. Mo.
Vq .;trlciioc Im curing uim tnv lilimti. (kln mit
llitn.'H,ii'rvuu hili lv, liniiolunfy. UrgeHilo
Urukn- .uiintrliii'u, Nyplillliht khJ Mcrvurln,
AlfrvlluHsi Dpfviiillr lifiiU'tl on uientttki Htiii
with aafe tixl aurv rniMh', t o II nr writ for Llat ofUutM
Until U lw aniwen rl liv tltoot tlualrtnif iroitnu Dt b Bull.
('iiiitf uiivrlittt I rum Hupiun hill MmllblriulitrttMl
siil Imrn mihii lln u liwlr swIuhUimi. It U awi ifVM, J
4ddrr. IK. HI Tin, K Hit. HU, tot, Uuls 11
t(l AliUULDVtU TU1UXV HiAit.
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,tml
PI10F.HARKI81 PASTILLE REMEDY
I (III Hat Hum am, I ml,.., ul.. ...M...
itv. PrKitiatura knhstnaiiinai ani
. " n quiosljf and rswllctlll
Th kanifdy U ui up lu bowi. au, 1 (ltlii a iiiontl). ml
Ho. i ifftourh io rlli'ci a our, uultu to ttrv Ma,l bk i j,
piluR II" mou Jul, 17. Hviit by Biall Id idaiti ttririMra.
llfM-th" fi Ulna avfaMpaay vara stai. rauibhlil ovMrte
ktfti aU imm aslawU f M mm
-v - -1 , v. f m rn.t.
rm iTa,rrrat "iTaran arTT
Tf DR. m
(BEFORE AND AFTER)
THS .BEST WAHOT
18 MANUFACTURED DV
WE MAKE fcViBY VARIETY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by '"P.nn,S"our'?,VM l,rietly to onoclnaaof work; by cmubiyltig nono hut tho Host
i'lVtlt, ''eiM1'?,!!"' I1"''' '!ut I'lltST-CbASS IMI'ltOViU) MACHINERY anil the VEHY
BEST of KhLi-.ultD TiMUi.lt. mid by a TUORuUGU KNOWLEDGE of tho buslneee, we Lure
Juetly earned tUo reputation of muLIng
4THE BEST WACOSM ON WHEELS."
Mantifacturcre havo abollehed tho warranty, but Agonti may, on tbolr own reuponelbillty, give
the (ollowlu ; warranty with each wusoii. if eo airreen:
We Hereby Warrant Uio Fisn BROS. WAGON No tobewoll mart" In every panic
mar anil oi (rood material, and that the itronifih of the mmo l nifflclcnt for all work with fulr
uaaije. Shou bl any b-enUiio occur within one year from this date by reason nf defective material
or workmanelilp. repair for the aam will be furnished at place of aalo. freo of chartro. or the
price nf aiild repulra. a peruRenl't prlco ll-t will be paid lu caati by the purcuaaer producing S
ample of tbe broken or dcfo.Hvo puru an evldeuce.
Knowluc we can ml; yon, we aollclt nntronniro from every e-ctlnn of the United Statoi. Bend
lor Prices and Torme, and fur a copy ut THE li ACINIC AGRICULTURIST, to
UHOV ii CO., Harlne, Wis.
few drops applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone.
Lind almost InBtantlv RELIEVE paimi T.miu nn. on 01.11,1.,. '
nor discolor the Skin, or leave
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Stilt' Joints. Kenralicia. Lane
Soro Throat, Paine la the
and is equally cftleaeious (or ull
requintig a powenut amusivo
Ask your DrugBlst for It. Trice Co cts per bottle
I'rcpurvd only by JACOB S. 1UXRRX1LL,
Wholeaala Drupylat, . ST. LOUIS, MO
l iOi'iil Mat i.im.
(iidepeudent in mIj
DELIVERED CY CARIUE1., 2.U.'ENTS PER WEEK.
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YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, f 1.00 PER MONTH,
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The ONLY Round Hole Perfokatixo Ma-
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