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TncnsDAT Evbnixj, Feb. 1, 1883.
Tiie weather Is vury cold awl to-rtny
hlog.ol clou'ly with airji of an approach-
ag snuw storms.
Btuitnlxmts arrive and depart regularly
'rom this port but the river above Cairo
ItnJatSt. Lmis is again closed by the
Tho market is (,'enernlly quiet sad with
out muteriul chnngein prices.
FL.OUU Choice and fmily are espe
cially active aud very scarce. Itcceipti of
all L'ra'lea are light. Price are ua-
UA.Y Plenty and very dull. There is
I no (litniiiid Ht all for common and red t"p.
C)HX We note Home inquiry but few
roun 1 lot sales from truck, as most of tup
plim are drawn from the.adj icent firming
OATS We note a moderate supply and
SI K.VL Firm and in food demand.
UU.V.N The mills are holdiog at 75
'J TTER -Choice Audi ready sale but
common i not vtaut-'d.
K(GS Plenty and sales are nlow.
POULTRY The market is bare and
receipt would to- lay command fancy pri
es. APPLES In likjht upply and in tfood
POTAI'OKS S'ocks are liht and do
man i y iod.
ONION9-F:r demand ant we quote
prie unchaoe I.
a!o and Quotations.
NOTE. Tbe prlrei tt ;neo ar for from
first hands In round lot. Ad advance tr
rharved for broken lotatn Billonorclor.
SV) virion STilee
J u h' variant traits
8 Wits JO
...3 ItVS 10
13) r61l UrollV ...
IK hhla cio.ca
f a w
S carl choice
2 can goal mixed...
3 care prima ............
1 ear mixed In ba'k
1 car Willi to balk .........
can eho'ea la balk
4 ear In bu k.
5 cart la bulk
WH S AT.
No. t hd, tier till .
frlrt bb'X'llv t lull
WO bbli City
yw ponnls 8onOin Illinois roll 1518
R 1 u.iiiru Northern roll
10J ' pnauds Northern Dairy - JJj.21
1 10 dozen..
1 coop aig-choice. .......
8 eoopi mixed ,
t roups reunfia 1 old
... 50J3 (Hi
ittt 5 a.0
1 coup bent
SMibls finer HeiDavli 4 25
5 1 libit rh.iira Wint pt a .9
) hiil f un v rtmiio Bt-auly 4 '.S
inhnln common i 6M
81a. k packed frolt 50.tol uihfts
Choice yellow ,
Northern Peach Blows per hush 81791
Kouthom III. reach Hlowl par bush 7"8
Northern P H. per hbl . 9 4,1
Honturrn Ills, perhbl J
Early Hj feed per buibel -6(i.3
80 dm mbblt 7a I t (V)
(.Odoiwili duckl 1 il
Per bbl... IS O 2,14 00
Per trrel.... "4' M
Halfdo . w
Plain bm "
8. O. IIhui JJ
Clear mlua 'fl,
hi. jouu ; 00
Ohio Hrr - U6
9'( IiiikIikI Imrlapl.
S liiinbHl '
I'naeheK.balvaiaud naartero 418
1M. 8 (V
Choinn miidlum 4 7)
Choice, ' Kactory 10
Dry Flint cholc
Dry Salt -
Oreon Bait u
Plum Oraen. ,m.,
Bheep Polio, dry ..
Bheat) PelW, irNIuiim
Damigid Uldss . m.
('ominon l.iua fl IK
Uiiml .uk , i oiikt 5 (K
,o li af 4 a
Medium Leaf a w'i 7 M
tior 4 Lear 7 'ifx3 9 U'
HA Tb.s ok ntcnt tr.
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M"ytt MX ir
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The Accidents and Misfortnnis Which
Havd Befallen a Young Mau of
Iiv rcfii(")t, n yoiiiiu' tuiin still livin; lu
(ii ifd't, On., wrote lit of the nccidents
nud lanient.ililo occurrences of his short
caret'r, nml nt it to the Atlanta Con
stitution. It is us follows:
1. At tlio aire ul live yciirs I received
a very hard full fmra u chair while ex
purlmentin with it. It hurt me very
badly knocking out three of my front
2. Swinq; an expert rope walk
er in Gi'illiu, and thinking that I could
equal him, I went home, pot on tho
fence, fell and stuck a pailinj? through
my foot, giving mo severe pain for a
week or two.
3. I was playing "shinny" at tho
Sam liailey Institute one" afternoon
after school (when I ought to have gone
home), and happened to fc-t on tho
w run ir aide, when one of my friends by
accident knocked mo senseless with a
stick. This was not a very bad hurt, so
I was Lrouzht to in the course of an
hour or two.'
4. I went to a circus, and seeing how
well the circus ridurs could act their
part, I thought I could do equally as
weil. 1 "tnckied'' a loose horse, stood
upon him backwards, laying the whip
on to him, he a3 at full snm-d. I fell
off, which came very near killing me.
5. 1 tried to slitb; down the rope dur
ing erection of the Methodist Church
steeple. I did this snccesiuily.
C. 1 was o successful at the above
act that I tri' d the swing at the college,
standing without holding to tho ropes
while way up in the air. I wasn't very
sucoessfnl at this feat. I fell from the
swing, my school mates picking me up,
thinking that I was dead.
7. Not much sooner had I recovered
from this fall than one of my associates
ran by me as I was on my way home
and pushed mo off the platform at the
depot. I was hurt pretty bad. A gentle
man who was near by saw the scene,
took me up in his arms and carried me
homo. 1 recovered from this by morn
8. I was wrestling with a comrade on
a dray while it was running fast, when
I fell, tho dray running over me, and
came very near breaking both legs.
9. I climbed a tree and fell, sticking
a large stub through my band, from
which I might say that I suffered ex
10. I was at some kind of foolishness
(I don't remember what) and knocked
my shoulder out of place, laying me up
with severe pain for a fow days.
11. I was carrying around the Griffin
Daily Sews one cold wintry moruing
and "had to carry a paper awav out to
M. T. G. Mauley's, and I dreaded it.
But, with a resolution of attending to
my business so as to please ray employ
ers (Messrs. Alexander & Brown. I be
lievo was the lirm), I ran out in the
direction of his house and fell, sticking
another stub in my head. I thought I
was killed this time, and ran home right
away and saw my brother Tom sitting
down by the tire, and asked him to
finish carrying around my papers, that
I might perhaps die. I recovered from
this in a week or two, aud was all O.
12. I was practicing the slight-of-hand
trick and swallowed a button, but
. it would not come out of my nose, as it
would out of the shght-of-hand I had
13. I tried all my skill at farming
with a cousin in Meriwether county
and was out one bright morning cutting
stove wood, when lent off threo of my
toes. The doctor sewed them on, and
for seven months I suffered awfully. I
used crutches for some time. 1 would
see how good I could walk on them and
fell several times, setting me back a
month or so. My toes did not do to
suit mo, so I took my pocketknife and
cut one of them off, making them even.
U. I started mo a pea crop, and one
night as I was by the stove where tho
cook was boiiinirpeas for the cow, siuck
one in my ear, w hich made me hard of
hearing, and I informed my father of
the fact and he carried me up to Dr.
Drewry, who said if the pea had re
mained in my ear all uight I might
15. I went to the machine-shop and
was testing my skill at machinery when
a gunge lathe threw a piece of timber
at me, knocking me senseless. I fell
from tho stair steps ut tho same shop,
which laid mo up for several days aud
camo near breaking my arm.
16. I changed to turning bed posts on
hand lathe, was caught in the same, my
shirt was torn off mo, which was the
only resort to have saved my life.
17. 1 was engaged in some other busi
ness nt tho machine-shop, and accident
ally had another shirt torn off me.
18. The shop closed and I went to
wheat threshing, cutting bands, stuck a
largo bntcherknifo through my leg,
stopping me for weeks.
19. With a desire of returning to the
machineshop I went down to Barnes
villo to .work for Captain J. C. McMich
ael and lirst got a thumb mashed In a
guage latho, and afterward a pile of
lumber fell on me, that the bands had
great dillicult.y in removing in time to
20. While working In the same shop,
at other machinerv, the end of my
thumb wus cut off) and worst of all,
while working with a rip-saw, sawing
timber, a piece tlew from the saw, strik
ing me in tho breast, and thouaht 1 was
killed. Telegraphing to my mother of
this occurrence, they took nie to my
boarding house, where I lay senseless
for two days and uights before I was
able to turn. Was brought homo, re
mained a fow days and returned, when
the shop was burnt up.
21. At the burning of the shop I fell
from off top of the Rouse near a well,
and nil regarded me In the woll, but I
lundo my escape,
The man snys that the above list Is nil
lie can readily recall, but hints that a
little reflection might add other event
to the list.
CAIRO BULLETIN: MtlDAY MORNWfl, FEBMJAUY 2 1883.
China-Town, San Francisco,
A visit to the section of the city hold
bv the Chinese will convince the most
skeptical of tho power of Chineso civi
lization to change un American city. A
few steps ncros tho street, and you
have passed through tho earth, and are
upon the opposite side. A section,
eight blocks by three, has been complete
ly Chinaized. Tho sidewalks are lined
with atrungn wares, the house-frontj
decorated with curious llags and signs,
balconies lean out from tin) walls; 'tho
sireeU are thronged with silent-stepping
mute-mouthed, yellow-nuisked lumi
who flit to and fro like shadows. No
gleam of recognition, no frown of dis
pleasure, brightens or d;irk"iis the faces;
no word of salutation parts tho lips;
busily and silently as ants they swarm
in and out the shops, stores and houses.
One seems in tho land of dreania, tho
homo of tho nightmare; the air is op
presiive; tho whole effect grotesque.
The houses in the Chineso quarters
have been literally honeycombed, from
the bottom of tho second story under
ground, to the roof; the lodging-houses
are subdivided into small rooms, hardly
larger than the hall bedroom of the
average boarding-house, w herein lodges
the needy clerk. In place of the half
bed, pair of chairs, small bureau, nnd
washstand, we lind shelves running
around three sides of the room, midway
between the iloor and ceiling; the store
room is underneath the shelves. On
tho shelves men sleep, ns closely as
they can be well put in. Without venti
lation, in a room thick with tobacco nnd
opium smoke, five or six sleep ami
dream. A sectional view of a Chinese
sleeping-room mnt c!oely resemble a
sami-bauk perforated with swallow
In tho heathen temples superstition
bow.) down before dumb idols, and of
fers incense to senseless wood. Tho
stores are tilled with wares from the
Orient. The markets and groceries are
stocked with flesh, fish and vegetables
from beyond the Pacific. In style of
dress, mode of worship, manner of life,
the Chinese, ns a rule, are unchanged
bv contact with American civilization.
Ilev. O. T. Gijford.
Etiquette is not as strict as it once
was as when, if a courtier sat on a
red-hot stove by mistake, he had to
roost there and it is good form to com
pliment your hostess when she gives
you a nice dinner. The Chinese, who
think we are uncivilized, and that their
tablo demeanor is perfect claiming all
things, as they do, will probably claim
they have taught us this. It is simply
what the Kansas folks call "dead com
mon sense." In China no conversation
is allowed except remarks upon the
food complimentary, of course as, for
example, to the host:
"Oh, Beaming Sun, essence of gentili
ty, deign to allow the miserable worm
at your feet to remark (casually) that
this chow-chow is prime!" or words to
In China all plunge chop-sticks, after
a flourish in the air, at once, and it is
horrid form to finish before anyone else
In India, especially in Lucknow, they
are excruciatingly polite. Two uatives,
once upon a time, fell into a ditch.
You think they floundered out in a
twinkling? They didn't anvthing of the
kicd. roliteness interfered; one. saiu:
"When your honor rises, tLen I may
"No your honor must get up first,
said ii.e second.
"How can I take precedence of your
Neither would consent to violate t-he
laws of good breeding, aud I fear they
are h in i tnere vet.
IVopie who ask you to take part in
amateur theatricals are not troubled in
this way: they sometimes act as if mis
sionary work were needed among them
they ask you to take a part and then
mako'n "super"' of you. Quiz.
Saved by His Soissors.
The editor carries a beautiful slip -of
paper when he travels. Ho shows it to
the suave conductors and they all ad
mire it. It has the editor's name on it,
written in his very best Sundav-go-to
nieetiu' style. That is what the con
ductors particularly like to see. and they
like it so much that they want him to
write it agaiu in exactly tho same tine
'The other day the editor exhibited the
beautiful chirography, and the con
ductor ns usual requested him to dupli
cate it in another place.
"Don't correspond," ho muttered.
"Best 1 can do," said the editor. "Do
you supposo 1 can dash off 600 pages
per day and keep up tiie Peircerian
style of penmanship? Do you suppose
I can writo like that with those cars of
yours banging away at my elbow P"
"Don't correspond," 'repeated the
"Do you imagine I'm not the editor
of this paper?""n3ked tho editor, draw
ing out a gl it-edged curd and a copy of
"May bo a sub," suggested tho con
ductor. "Do I look like a sub?" inquired the
editor, indignantly, pointing to his dol
lar diamond shirt studs and finger ring.
"But I can prove my identity," ho
adilod with a chuckle of satisfaction.
He whipped out a bright pair of scis
sors and commenced blushing up that
newspaper into articles at such a rate
that in two seconds tho wholo paper
would havo boon converted into copy.
"Stop! That will do," exclaimed the
conductor, smilingly. "There isn't tne
slightest doubt in my mind. Yon can
travel on this line as long as I nm con
ductor and there's a rail and a piece of
the engine left," Keohuk News.
i mm i
Sho had boon reading of the last kid
napping outrage. "Dear George," she
asked her lover, "how much are you
worth?" "About $3,000, lovo," he ro
plied. "Goorgo,' suppose those horrid
kidnappers would steal me; would you
give that $5,000 to my rescuers? Would
you di that, George P" "Willingly,
'darling, willingly; aye, if it were mil
lions, I would cheerf ully civeit all up,"
he answered, as ho folded her In Ids
loving embrace. Thoy Hie married
now, and the $5,000 still goes, but with
this difference, that George now wants
to give it to aome khluappor. Wcio
A OKSTLEM.VM from Orwell. pi . cslled
my attention In K yg' CreHm Blm as h
remedy for CntHirli, IJy Fever, &o. He
was so earnest in Rationing it to be a poid
live cure (himself having been cured by
it) thut I purchasud a stock. Tho Bdm
has already effected a numberof cures. P.
F. Hyatt, M. D Bordentown, N. J.
Million- Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. Kino's New
Discovery for Consumntion. Coiioln nnd
Colds, h'lVH been given awiy as trial bottles
of tho liries;ze. This enormous outlsy
would ho disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rnre merits nossessed bv thu
wonderful medicine. Call at Ihrry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a tri d bottle
tree, ana try ior yourself. It never tails to
Allen's Brain Food hotnnlcfd extract
streiiL'theno tiie Brain and poMtivnly cure
2ervoUs Ueiulity, Mrv usnesg, llendrtrhe,
Unnatural louse, mid all weaklier of Gen-
erntivc System ; it never fails. $1 pky.:
ir :f , A.I druggists, or Alien Pharma
cy, 315 FiM Ave., N. Y.
To all who are suffering from the errors
snd in iiscretions nf yonli, nervous weak
fiess, early ilecny, loss of manhood, &., I
oil! send h recipe ilmt will cri V"U. KUKE
OP chakue. I Ins L'rear renu-cly wh
liscoereit lv h m nister in Suih America.
"cid a s II-Hd'Jressed envelope to the Uev
Iohftu T. Is ii an, Station D., New York
Sleepless nighis ma le inferable hvihat
teinbie cMii-li. Shih li's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, iii nt. (J)
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, ijcneral
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nsture, by alt means procure a bottle ol
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life;streugth
and activity will return; psin and misery
wi'l cense, and henceforth you will rejoice
in tiie praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Htrry W.Sehuh. (5)
Highest Prize Port Wine.
The best wine in the cuatry. that took
the hie best premium at the C'-ntcnnial, is
Spetr's Port Orspe Wine, wh c!i has be
come the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine uud his P. J. Brand)
nre now being used by physicians every
where, who re'y upon them as being the
purest to lie had. It is unsurpsed for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine. For Sale by Pacl G Sciica.
bucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Fruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
8-1 cents pur box. For sale by Geo. E
Catarrh Cured, halth and sweet breath
ecured by Sbih li's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50c!nt. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
Paul G.Schuh. (4
A Cougli. Cold or Sore Throitt
should be stopped, neglect frequentl re
sults :n an Incnxable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like couli sy.ips
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, aliasing irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Rront'hitis. Couirhs. Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Sinners and
i Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
j years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recon.menoeu oy pnysu'ians, anu aiwajs
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 23 cents "a
To 1 he WtSt,
There are anumhirof mutes leading to
the abuVe-inetitioned section, but the dnecl
and relialile mule is via Saint Lou'u and
over the MifS'Uri IVific Railway. Two
Irains daily are run trom the Grand Union
Dep"t, Sunt Louis to Kmsas City. Le.veii
woith, AU'hison, St. Joseph aud Onmlm.
Pullman p. lace Sleeping Cats of the very
llcest "make are aiMrhed t all trains.
At Ksnsas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico ami Cal
ifornia councct with express iruins of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express twos for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties ennrnte lo the
West and Norihi'st, n"t only fast time
and eupci ior accomodation', but beautiful
"Ceritry, s it passes through the finest por
tion of Misseuri snd Nebraska. Send for
illublrstt'd maps, pamphlets, tic, of this
line, wliich will be mailed free.
C. B. Ki5an. F. CiiAsnn n,
Ass'tUen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
H.Junou, O.Vi Ileinnemnn St., Chicago,
IU,sns: "I lind Brown's Iron Bitters to
bo a splendid tonic, it cure I of of dys-
Now is tho time to treat Catarrh of long
standing. Elys' Cronm Balr,i reaches old and
obstinate cases, where all other remedies
fail. Do not neglect procuring a botile,
as in it lies the relict you seek. Price, 50
cents. Apply into noBtrils with little finger.
NEW 90-p. feAND OaTALOOOB POjI
1882 8ENf FKEB w aut..p.M. lSOUlTu.
iratiiirwof ail kinds of BBABB, QbRUAIl
SILVER "d EEED luitrummu, toiiMb.t
ith full Inatnirtmiu fr.r formlox BnJi,(H.
e.ln Md claulOrMion of ImtrametiU -WHAT
nnd HOW in v...... . ...
------- r , ipIhi. Wj
Kold or itlver pUtiug, repairing, 4c. Will alio
mtid. If dmlrwl, our Band and (irehuin.
Quid, M p. Itt popular niUHlr. Aditrxu
"ht ROOT k bOMS UliSIC C0..CHICAC0.IU.
And lack vital enercy?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our ronriT oth"r VU ctru-O funic nod Mr(ntlo
AppIIhdcm nnd ltrrpntt ar InTtilunhle. and a tur
our- tor NfirvniM lehl!t pHrttljrtli. Kiitleiny, K ben ma
tin m. (rwnrked ilrnln. l.tinummo or Low of V it!
Knwrtir ttcf'k KhcW, Kulmy I ).udk, Llrr nnd
StomiK'h ComvUinU, ard tvo ulnr.ted to r.iTHIH
SEX. Thwi fii pHancM ttm (h try lutiwt Jmprt.vd
And cnt.rely differ nt from hlt find li others, a thf
ftlt!ffl ueuerntc continuum current without Adda,
OAUftinif no okh n. r lrrltution of tb tkirt c-o t
woro at wor nt wW refit, and r ool? notJrajibla to
th wflrer. Tha power I fKulnie' an aa to meat tba
di tie rent etn of rl riir-ena wheta Electrio And
Mtttfnetlu t rent men t lf bron; Thne tor
Cure !mp:temt Seminal Weakness, Leer f.'ooD, &a
Thy Curo wbn till elo fulo. Our ItiTairated
Paniih t k"." 1 1 n..l i:;vliia oa rtcalpt ol 6 can la
notu, or curoly W.dpl o .1, t:l.
HowuilElactro-Macnotlr tnto'., II parralrbr mall.
AMERICAN CAVAMO CO.,
312 N. Cth Ct.. Ct. Loula, Mo.
A 'ow a:;'! Oouli'iet.) If -tel. front, u uu tevtn
.-"icuiiil uU Kullioud bireola,
Tb Parttukur 1) mt ..I the CUk-K'To, st. Lonls
at)'' .te lrlir.iLi: iiiiuuir i.euirsi; iVaiunb, St.
Louis ani 1'noltlc; hun Mountain snd S'nlhoru,
linluk' and UUI; (.air ati'J tit. Louta Uuiiwsvt
are all Juki across the strvut: while Ihu Stouruhuai
Lii(1ii,! ti tot one siiara distant.
This llotul Is lif&Lt'd by steam, tae stnaiii
Laundry. Hydraulic Kmvutor, Klettrlc Call Bel'.e
Autnmailc Kire-AUrtn. llathe. ahroluiely pure ait
prlwt HWerai:e and i'imietc appolntmuuts.
Cupt-rb fururUiiK"; itrtect anrvico; aud ao on
Ij. P. F,YKK '.It .V OO..I ,r..Hi
tt mm werk tnsdc st U"me by ha Indus
VI' I irlnos. bt-ft O is ne.-r uow hof. re the
7 ub:c. lapital uot needed. We
f I J I J il' "rt H .Men. wmncn. hoys
Tr sun Plrli wanu-d svrrrwbe to work
lor un Nowi- the timu. Ynu can
worn in sfir-e tone nr irivo vour whnie time to the
but nt.-. No mlier hti-lne-s will i sv mu i.uarlv
a wi ll No in e i an fail to make euu'mom yny.
uy iiiiL'r.L'i-uiL' ai once, uw iv imint ana l irm rree
oin! inaile rat. -aily, and huuorably. Addresi
TKL'E t'U., AiittUKtai. maine
C17 St. CbarleB Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rarnlar CJrn.lunr of two mull oat
riilii'Ri"', bus brcn liiuurr eiiKiiKi-d in the treat
nifnt of f.'hronlo. Nn-vonn, Inn and
Jllool DIh'um'j thuii any oiln r I'livulcliiii in
St. Loula. as city mi rH sliaw himI all old real,
di-nti know. I ointiliuthm t offli-c nr mall,
free mid Invited. A l'i ltnllv talk or lila iir1ori
oots nntlilmj. U hen It la Inonnveiileiii nvllt
the city .nr treatment, iiieilli lnc. run he sent
by mall or expr,-i tvervw here, t'urible f r-m
KunriiuteiMl; where doubt exlt U la frnukty
Hilled. Cull or '.Vrite.
H"rwn Prostration. Dobility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, M 'rcurlul and othr
nfTcetions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning Skin Alloc.
tions. Old Sorca a"d Ulcers. Impadiments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention tfi casesfvorn ovor-woi-ked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Disen ses arising from Imrrudenees, Exoesaeij
Indulgen.va or Exposure.
It la tclf.rvHeut Unit s phyvlolnn paylii
partleiilur at K ill lm to a I'la-n nlen.ei altnlna
Ki-eiit skill, and tihvulrliiiiH In reuiiliir pi'iielli'O
all over the emimrv kimwliuj till. il-pipi'Mly
reenniiiii iid i Mm iln the ohb-'l i.illee III Auierloa.
where every known ai'i'llnnce In renorted to.
and the pi-ovni u'l r4-in.-ili,' "I all
nifen mid I'oniitrlei nie li ed. A whole limine la
uvd fnrnlllce iuriioe, and nil lire treated wlih
kill In a reieetftil nianueri and. ku"iNng
what to do. noi'Xperliuei.tn are niade. tin av
eniiu: of the t(i'ent iitunber nitl Iiih. the
rharKM are kept low. often lo'u-r tnuti la
di iniindi'd by ntliei t II ynu swure the akl'l
and Ret a iiieedy and pei iVet 111,, rtire. that la
the 1 1 1 1 1 ,r I it 1 1 1 inntler. Iiilndiltl, Ml iiikus
mill to any addruil free.
piSffs. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pS,
EleRSiit flolh and c lit blndluir Healed fhrM
renta lu pnit'iue or rurreiiev. (ivnr flity won.
iVri'ul pen ili'turi Ii ue to life ai l Irlri on the
follow I it nr ul i lei Ii. lo tuny tintrrv. who not;
wht r I'mi ef ue.. toin.uTt . Who marry flrl.
Jlaiihond, unmauliond, I'hV'leal dei-n) . Who
liliould mar. v. llo Hie mil h;ipplne tuny I hi
mcreaed. Thone Inin-rli d or i''inempliiiln
p.u rt leir should rend Ii. 1 1 oiiulit to lie read
oy all adult pei'Mins then ki-nt under loek and
key, ropubir edit Ion. mine n, nbnie, lull pnpcf
Mver and JuOpniscs. ii cuula by mull, lu muuvy
Tin mo (leHirinu to itiuka money
nn atnall ntnl medllltll lliviaiiiintit,a
rtHmf. Ill Brnlu, npvit,loiii nnd atock
. VII "ln-ouliitliMia. eiiiiitnaotiropenit.
Jmj Uu.' on our iluii. l-'roin Mny lit,
Issi, toiliopreai'titilnti), otiltiTeit-
WHFAT i" utaof IOtil.(lilil,rhprotltt
" liavo tienii ri'illlsed nud Willi tn In.
the nrlt'lnnl Inv, atnietit. I'rofltl
liiild 0 rat of very tmititli, still lev.
VTAfVC l"i ti'onsv or pixvnlilo on denmin
mi inn (iriut ni uivniuineim uittK-
uiwvitu r,Miiiuiir.iirv oirmimra ana
aln I iv.
liimita of fund W sent free. We
want remximlblo agents, who will
re i mi t on eicipa mid Int.rodui'e the
plan. ldlHtrul aoiunilasloui pM
SET AOV KRTISK VENTS.
Ask y nr ml k an to
n It or your mi lie In the
V K (KN Ml Lit J A Hi.
If the milk l pure the
rreaiti cnu he seen In
t v, ry Jar. If no e earn
Is aet-u, It ' not aa It
rhou d be And nneda tour
a teuthm The milk ll
cleaner, iwueier and pu-
i ... ..-!t t- .l . .'
i 1 r " wi.nreii m i t n ar
V n V IL. Jjt than n v
other way. They n a led
in ' 11 1 tic Uru'i' c 1 1 1, , and
am adnnti d t.. .11 .m.
wii , nu'ara and pricca on applli-at on
B. WH ITEM.t.V, U )inrri rt., Nw York.
l tVRRT s-T.ViK IN HTYINO On. , OuuiTir
And 8t to rlnhta In S VKN'UKNS PTKVI' I,E
( OX- f.S h, fordialLic Alu wllhoiu a pitcher.
A piea-ant aud remunerative lin-inepi anions s
eiaaa of men mm- 1 nr. In hitvlnir a tnitiK of
oierit-the hotel ami nrai-elana siod keep ri of
Amu Ira and Cans s. s,wl postal card (or de
crlptlve clrculi.r Ir- c
.1 'MM W, EVRN'DRX.
Pali tf" a-d M in f I' turwr, Home. N T.
TO ALVEUTIms -Lowest Kates lor id -rll-'
Inp in mh. yood iicu.pinera sent Iree. Address
(JEii. P. UOW Kl.l. CD , 10 sprni-eSt.. N. y.
I 11- t' ' Wairl4 flitliil li t .,t II VF
Fill. I ,1 It.,11. 1,'J... It 1 . ..mm
iUr-nrial Ii-a. Cutnrrh of j
rfuiHie t orninniLl, riit-i at, flhXHl
It iiriir Ui. , .t.. .!
cnu h try -tore k-t-if- t-ll U. It, ifrra
to.. I'rnii's, Till litirvl., uTtvvirv tuitri.
:-to a f.:cnroc CU.iChica.
V fl"'! w"tiM t.iniv vUWi (hdr
, uAND CAT ALO-CB,
r.if vj, ).ir, .IJ t-.iini.w.gt
tt iQitPllilv'tt, .Still, ("id-, Iwiu,
I'ltmporit, jatli, ("ii t jut i.
"MtiU. Pnim ,Ui"rS S(iTs ifl
AI!'. l -olnil'i'tf. liittroi tifin rii Kt-
L( )'hlO.- L-.uI lilUIA
SO USE FOR THEM.
Conccruliijf (Yi taiu Relics of tiie Past-
Dogs that have li id tlu-ir Day.
Genree Htepb tnion'e ''KocUet," aud the mognl
Bcent liicoinot.v of in-dr, are built upon the
ante genital prlm-lj la, jet tho midline with
which ibo Kf-nt einjluiur a-to- trnud lilr ega, la In
terfiling no on y ai in IlliirtrHiionof tbebujiu
ulnio(thf Invention. Tb -n er.i planter' with
huli-iln .hum long before EliNSON'S CAPCINE
POKoUS f LAS EI enrprieed both the public
ind tho physlclatiH: ,nd ttie t In m b of the Cup
cine la founded upon the partial mcccn-n, or tbe
a tcr fiilurti of lt pitderesore. Evcrj thlig of
value in tbe old porom p'ui-ier Is retal, ed i i ibe
Caprine; but as thii point a'l 'ompurslon end),
and coutran beglua. K r exiimple:
The old piae-Kra wore eltw In tbelr action; the
Cipcine ii quick and ruie.
Tho old plaetera lacked the po;ver to do more
tbin to Impart rllnht, temporary tell. ( in caei
raey of trtatmeut; the t'apcluu peneiratu tho
ryittm mid permanently curia the trouble! for
which it Is recommended.
Tbe old pla-i'-rn depended for any g od reinlti
they miKbt atmlu up nan incident of ti elr makera
nd the rtttkei Mth of the'r weirera; ihe Uenaon'a
trachea lta ends by m :ane of tho aclen'ifle comhl
natlou ofthortre midlclnal Inerodlcnie wnlcblt
In brief, the old p'i!trs, like S'epbenson's dli
carded enslue, are swlirtud i ft" 'ho track, wbll
the Benrou'a to on U wnv wlnnlnR KOlden opin
ion from all sorts of people.
Vet In this very fact II j tho lciMn danger to
the peop'e who buy and iko thin rellahlo and sci
entific remjdy "Ii. porrlsy le tbo tribute rice
pays to vlrt u " fiul anon U the cone ssion fail
ure ti'Hkesti succes-1, Beueon'a I'lanors are pi
rodled in nunie and s'yle.
B"wre of twlndln. The Kenuino hive ibe word
CAPCiNE (UTln ibeceu'er. 1 rl' c 25 cenli.
beahu y & .tohnon . ihemista. New Y rk.
1 I.HVl, a UJ.,tlv.r.lH,lvf... .,.. .11. . k..,.-
, ,.,... UI l0,, or ma wont ln,l and of ton
naiiilhiff Iibvo been cured, luileed.amtroniri my ,allS
filer trltta'Vl.fABI.B TKEATIWSon tlilVd'iaa. M
ujj.uflcrcr. (live Kipr, wand e. o. ad.lreM.
BR. T. i. bLUClH, Idl fiultu,NairTork.
.. .... . ,.. , nuiprriu l n 1 tlKf I l.fc fll ' KL, t
Tivltig Stocks cBond-i yielding
TEN Fr.H C S T . IVr mnum, and over,
may obtain fnl1 purHciU's, w th ntl'nct irv K-fer
en(-f and 'esllli Olilals. by atlilreeeln r II. IJ ' 1.
DI-LL. Kln'l At'l, 48 C.iiiRruea St., B.ieiou, Mai-l,
Mi niton hi paia-r.
KAH M LICS Mtvs A I) DALUlIlEltS
Or "V i-i'p Mull ol Won nn
CAN MA KK'
III t'ah, vni i, 1 1 ir f rih" m-rh ni Kr cr.
Addrers fa. A. K. HACK TI'.Kl Wayne, Ind.
IMJ or all I'nlon 8oldlen lUPQCACC
ilUnhlfMl In Unnnt ilntv
lU'inioiiiiiTiri p irted onroiiaa aeacneni
liePUAIlPaie J'UOCUUU). Apply
Cr JJuullHllllLO JJt spce, Bena two s
Cent MumiM ti fOPIART A. CO.,
Piltictifcd and rractleal arowera now aanent to eur
tnntto ''l lint l bo Inrilirr Nnrlli hiioila 110
uroivrt tin. i-nrllrr llielr itiidiii-t will bo.1'
We oiler tlila ynarifull lino ot hUndiitd l'olakcs,
iruotouanie.irrownoH dryui hin l hi-okh l jfon d
lluoWt.'lii Uluiut; W hite hli,inn(.)jt-. Hiuiiih t'r.l
laim.aaldto Iwoueweekenrlinrtb.iu I'.r.r y lorkiour
iorth Htnr elln Iieiit Corn at il t , ten the lead, at:d
or mlder InhHI to any, of onion rod, tonmlw.
rai-r-ite, wa, fcfcc , a lull uiern.ll inreen'P, all
1aSirrowllton oiirown f rina. wild 111 e for ouek
iionda alway mi hinid, f"t bitluif or K- lt mwli;ir.
till Annual f'litaioiriio, , T. 3(. Jlf:TI'AI'?
Grower, luiportvrtL Jobbor.M. 1'uuL.tOuu.
A l.eiu'.ln j T-iilon Thyw
lelaa fnlu-Jiiidir ka
lll of ltiUe ri Una ltrnillt lm 1,1 tri utail a id fux it
mmaraaeaihaii nyeitierlllna DlirMrlan. L:.irJ
liiiiiliiifll'","'"l,'lne:t weliare hnl of rnm r
r til riiar' ataiiltni uweaaOilif cun d by h:i.i. vm
has Bubtlihrd a wt on hla diwwe. Jil'h hi
,u 1. w.M.n.1. iiatA nf tnilnnl.whrt iKtkfi a rna
r f V'Dwiiika ; vn.!
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