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ft RYIWG TO HCID DOWN'
r fjfc Warleakino powder
V" - ITAWaOUHO IUKI
pure; cream tartar.
510QO. Given, A
If alum or tiny itijiiriuus substances can be found
in Andrews' Vcarl Biking Powder. In pro
lively PURE. Being endowed, andtn-timonlali
received lrum atieh chemists ns S. lJuiia Unys, Bo
ton; M. l'o'.iifonuiine, of Chicago; and Uustavui
iouc, Milwaukee. Never sold iu built.
C. P. iNDPEWS A. CO.
IP Mlciiig'iu Av.
2S7. fca : K. Water
Ever.' Cowl Is vrnrnintnl nt;s
fuctory to Its wearer m fvery i ey,
c r tho money will be refunded by
the person from wham it bought.
TlwnlTCoft prrmnwd 1,v ''- r'iyW
not Marlon to the mnr, 'S 7 ?
the " nu-t owtuitaljle awl P'Tfcct Htm g Uaot ettr
m'ui0" I-B ICE, br Mull, P'li'S'-' I'atdi
Health I're.ervl.tic, It. S !l.'.A.IJti.tln. f i0
Abilumlnul (extra heuvy) i.OO. N.irliu, 1-60
UotUtb rrrw'rvli.ir (fine i-nutlP ' 00. t'nragon
Kktrt-Kui -.portln. I. fill.
Furwile by leailm KelM ! iile". f very where.
CllICAtiO COiivT CO., lilfnirn. fit.
la a prrpMUiiun of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
lark and llui I'lioaphati s. a-nocliile't with the
Vefrelalile Aromalles. Kndoiacd by lie aleilleal
I'mfetnloit, and recomineinled py lliciu for Jya
pi pain. Ci merit I letillitv. I rmnlr Ilia
raira, liuni of V iliilll.v, .Ninoui I'rae.
(ration. CwiiiHlrtcrnrr from - era
atnd liroulf Tlilllannl I't"r. ItKrvcl
every purposn where a lo.sic Is necessary.
BanafactarcJ hy Tlie Dr. Darter Mcine Co, SL toui
The follotrtnir Is one of Hie very many tentlmo
Dials e are receiving dullyi
Gmtimn: om three niontlu rco I bc(rtt trU
ote of 1 Jit. II tinEK's InoN Tostc, upon the ai
tlepof iniMiy friends who knew Its virtues. I was
tuffiTliiK from teiierfil dehlllty tu meti an extenl
that my lahT w;isexeecllii.'lv biinleiixume to ma.
A vacation of a mriith did U"t f:lve nic much re
lief, but on the contrurr, ni tulluwcd hy ln
creased proitrntloti and fcltikhy ciiilla. At this
time I betiin ttis um of youi JitoN Tosrc. from
arldch I realized almost Immediate and wonderful
results, 'i'lic old cnerf y returned and 1 found that
ny natural furco was not permanently abated, i
bave used three bottles of llio Tonic. Blnceuslnij
It I hi ve dune twii.e Hie labor Unit 1 ever did lu the
an.f tlniedurlna my Illness, and with double the
iae. With the tranquil nerve and vlirorot body,
ba'. come also a clearness of thoueht never before
enjoyed, if the TOMChas not done the work. J
kuow uut what. 1 give It the credit.
Most ra.tr " Vj
Troy, 0M Jan. 2, 1878. 'Paatorthrlstlsn Chnrsh.
Sate by Druggl' and Gencrai Deleft Everywheit
K rewetly wlth uch a rcv't'on & notfitter'
Bt maeh UUtero flesi rvus a fa'rtrlil. If you ate
disiieiitic. your malail will ev .i tnallr yield toll;
II you are feeble, Uck fl-h sud leel desp .tiiient. It
will liodi build ind ehecr you up; if voii a-e
eon-tlpiiled, It will reheve, and If bilious, health
fully uliU' te votir liver. Il.in't dc-pood, bt.t
mane i ti p inir' mine 'ii;iii direction.
Kor 'alu by a'l 1) .us ;is n and Lh a ors eneriHy
Electric Appliances ft irnt on 30 Davi' I rial, '
TO mn OKLY, YCUrlS O'-t OLD.
WHO n inffettni from Jtfnrm DrmirTY,
l.o,r VrrA'nv. frK Iimyr Horn a o
Tljon, ft trriK'i llimi and r a
nf a itiiiU'Vl Nairnr. mtjlim,r I nun .iini.e, and
Ornaa Ci . ei'l, inl.ff t cv.n- l . te r-n...
r.itlon uf Mr i th V loon arel 'iw iuj' n .i . B i si i kii,
TI KMndiTt dmr iroer of lld .no-t -i'ti Ci Mnry.
eniiatoiievfui llluitintedl'uiapl.letfnHi. A-l M.t
VDITAIO CUT CO., MA!HAU, MICH.
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I BEfORE AND AFTER 1
171 E DAILY CAIRO RfJM.ETIN: TIIUHSDAY MOTCUffil, FEBRUARY 8, IS3
JEsthotio Gir'.g fJlutlyi ip a-LJtllo Bit of
At a lasiiioniihlii i en m. Iii!h whs
fiveri in one of our ehorinit homes re
cently, n frroupnf tlionntol l'i-eil rrrU of
the e'ulUnvil ami lestlietie )iini Hilt lo-
pMlicr nuil tliseiisseil tin ro. mio piiilus-
ojihy niul tho aliiru.se ieliees lllbl
posed in (iret'U niiittnloi, liieir loti''
thin firms closed nroun l ilie'r knees nnu
their slock Ik'ikIs inelineii )iroiile.viso
towanl tho rest cf !''e r ';p;iny. At
this supreme moment of '; l -s ell'emi.
nney Miss Uoston, nn nu .ilnr liiontln
with glasses, pavo n mi1i -m -hriek niul
pointed to the sltiniii'j' i!vk Imir of
Ivii-ss F . They all look.'. I and Miriek-
"Do not create n set ." -:tid Mis
Boston rising elissie:il' . nualiies
will occur in families of ;) i:t..-i. aexr
distiuetion; follow rue;''-- .id vie pro
ceeded majestically to im..: n mu.
"Oh, wl.'at is it?" R.-iv..'ed Mi-s F.
under her breath, hotdlii- '.. v head 09
if it had suddenlv frozen, n :-. i r.imiing
fonvard as if sue were aViati to hook
somebody, "take it nff-tal.e it tT."
"I wouldn't touch it f-.r tht- world,"
said little Miss Detroit, yoiiejr into hys
terics. "Has any one present a liiii-moth
coiub about her? ik'.5 r.r.- of the
young ladies, but she w,- in tai.tlv si
lenced bv an indignant -l. -t i' - of "Oh,
dear, no! What do ywi t l.e for?"
Meanwhile poor Miss F. was f.-.ngely
white and rigid, screaming :.t. intervals,
"Take it oflf take it on"! hat docs it
look like? Will it kill mc?"
"It's a remarkably fmo specimen ol
the pedictilus capitib," said f L-s Bos
ton. "What's that?" asked Mi-s I'., duck
ing her head as if she were taking a
shower bath. "Oh, will no one take it
"Yes, I will," said little Miss Detroit,
coming out of her liystriics. "I say,
girls, it's a shame! Suppos.j it were to
get away? I'm sure it isn't such nn
awful thing; didn't the poet Burns write
some verses about one?"
Then 6he wrapped her hand up in her
handkerchief, shut both eyes, and made
a frantic dab at poor Miss' F.'s head.
"I've got it! ' she exclaimed, and
they all screamed and pressed forward
to look at it.
"Let me examine it with a miscro
scope in the cause of science," said Miss
"No! no! step on it!" said Miss F.,
They unfolded the handkerchief a lit
tle bit at a time, and all e cs were riv
eted upon it. There it lay iu the soft
white folds, directly benea'th their as
tonished and severely reproachful faces
a great hollow, solitary gold bead!
"Came ofl'vour veil!" said little Miss
Detroit in a disgusted tone.
"Though lost to sight, to memory
dear," sighed Miss F., as she arranged
the shining braids of her hair, and
added, "I knew it couldn't possibly be
Then tiic y.ili who were more nice
than wise tiled back to the parlors and
to the rest of the company, and said
tlicv had been studying a bit of still life!
Beans and Bn Rcnp,
Were not Gov. (hover's ancestors fed
like other Yankees of early days on bean
soup, succotash and baked lA-ams? Did
not prudent, hostessci in those days,
with a shrewd cyo to profit, make tho
porridge so thin'that it is reported of
one hoarder that he stripped off his coat
and mounted his their, at dinner, to the
horror of the landlady, who nskcd:
"What is the matter, Mr. Smith?" "I
thought I saw a bean," said Smith,
"and was going to dive for it." Was
not one of the good dames of those
times famous throughout the colony for
the thickness und richness of her bean
souj), whoso husband, it is reported, in
vited n governor or S'n:e other digni
tary homo to dine with him, promising
him a rare luxury? It was late, tho
family had dined, and tho mistress irono
out for nn afternoon visit. "Never
mind," taid the ho-t, "here is the porridge-pot.
still on tin! crane in tho
chimuc,," mid forthwith bowh of
s-teaiiiing liritiid wore spread upon the
table. "Wife's soup's not as good rs
usual to-d'y," but bv crumbling bread
into it tiicy managed to make a meal.
At lea the husband said: "My dear, it
eeems to me your bean suup was not as
gooti as common. " iv.m did you get
it?" "Out of the pot in t he cliinmey
corncr." "Bless, me," said t'n; horror
stricken wife, "t lint was m v dish-water."
Baked beans, baked ealMv.r'; and rye
and lie'i' U bread were t'o luxuries of
Bean Hill. Beans every S-'urdav night,
or the oven-tops woul i fall in. Vhy on
Saturday iug.it? n was haul to he com
memorative. In Indian war times an
alarm sent the settlers scurrying through
the woods to the blockdiou-c. One lauy
said she left an oven full of good things,
anu two atlventurouBUien stole through
the alder swamps and r tvtrucd with
whole scalps, aud the garrisoned com
munity mado a supper of baked beans
and brown bread, mid thenceforward
tho custom prevailed till it has spread
over the Union, along with busty pud-
uiier, tu which ixiriowiieuieaieuun one,
and succotash, which the Pilgrims learn
ed to make of tho red Capo Codites.
Thanksgiving a3 regarded ai a sacred
time a century ngo. A ifgro slave of
Gov. Huntington, of Norwich, Mas
thoughtlessly chopping wood on a
Thur-duy, Thanksgiving day, in late
November. One of the young ladies
Called to him, "Sambo, you mustn't cut
wood to-day It is Sunday." "Sunday,"
said Sambo retloetivcly; "wo no fiab
baked bean. la-t night'." A traveler in
praiiie.loiu rodo up to a log house on a
Saturday night as the family were sit
ting down to s upper. His lh,t saluta
tiou was, "When did von hear from
Bean Mill last?" "ItoV did vou know
w ii were from Bean Hill?" "By your
bean pot, of course."
Now We Iltiva It.
Experience hnsshownthat ivotistpam
ships are very dangerous in ca-.e of col
lisions, .so the onl plan now to Increase
ocean travel will he to hnild vessels ot
Inditt rubber. A coillsum between ves
sels v.ould lordly do iHoiethan giwthe
passt tig, tin grand boun .c.
Tl .f ',' .'. Amcrkiin t-ayi that tho
popr.lar i. I. -;t vi-ltlj stovciuaiers iiteuistu
be t.' make a stove a work of art limit ad
of up iii tivh) to wane up the hoiisu.
The next sieve will U . u'n-kl mid nu
MoTUKits Don't Kmjvy. How ninny
chililiiu nre puntslicii (or being unciuih,
niliud, and imiiUWcnt to iitbituetion or
rewtirdM, Bimpiy beeiiuse they hth t ut "I
IK-Hitni An inn Iligent lady shIi! til it tliil'l
ofthiskind: "Mitln r shi.uld know that
if tin y wmild sivu tliu I ttlu ones nexletnte
doses of Hup Bitters for two or three weeku,
thu ehildren would bo all a parent could
U Cairo." i
Norivegian Suow-Shoe, or Ske3-Eacing.
One of tho most popular winter sports
In Norway is skec-raeing. A steep hill
Is selected by the committee which is to
have charge' of the race, and all the best
skee-runners in the district enter their
names, eager to engage in tho contest.
The track is cleared of fill accidental
obstructions, but If there happens to be
a stone or wooden fence crossing it, the
snow is dug away on the lower side of it
and piled up nbove it. The object is to
obtain what is called a "jump." The
skee-runner, of course, coming at full
speed down the slope will slide out over
tills "jump," shooting right out into the
air and coming down either on his feet
or any other convenient portion of his
anatomy, ns the case may be. To keep
one's footing, nnd particularly to pre
vent the skecs from becoming crossed
while in the air, are the most difficult
feats connected with skee-racing; and it
is no unusual thing to see even an ex
cellent skec-runner plunging headlong
into the snow, while his skees pursue an
independent race down the track and
tell the spectators of his failure. Prop
erly speaking, a skeo-race is not a race
not a test of speed, but a test of skill;
for two runners rarely start simultane
ously, as, in case one" of them should
fall, 'the other could not possibly stop,
and might not even have the time to
change his course. He would thu3 bo in
danger of running into his competitor,
and could hardly avoid maiming him
seriously. If there were several parallel
tracks, 'at a distance of twenty to thirty
feet from each other, there would, of
course, be less risk in. having the run
ners start together. Usually", a number
fall in the first run, and those who have
not fallen then continue the contest un
til one gains the palm. If. as occasion
ally happens, the competition is nar
rowed down to two, who are about
evenly matched, a propo.-d to run
without staves is apt to result in a deci
sive victory for one or the other.
It can hardly be conceived how excit
ing these contests are, not only to the
skee-runners themselves, but, also, to
the spectators, male and female, who
gather in groups along the track and
cheer their friends as they pass, waving
their handkerchiefs, and "greeting with
derisive cries the mishaps which are in
separable from the sport. 7. . Boye
sen, in Ut. Mcholas Jor February.
Tho Bhs Fer.cil Fiend.
The "please copy" request is becom
ing very tiresome, not to say ridiculous.
e have just received a Wisconsin pa
per upon the margin of which is written
the following: "I am publishing a
?omic paper and would like to get into
iho ring. I have clipped a great deal
from your paper, and I hope that I am
not impertinent when I ask you to clip
from my sheet, some of whose para
graphs vou will find marked in this is
iue." It may seem like an attempt, ut
a bad joke, but it is an actual fact trut
the marked paragraphs areas follows:
Iu a stock yard tho other day, one
?ov hooked another cow through the
ears. Hook ears if he did.
Frozen cream is an ice dish for win
ter. It is said that this country is becom
ing more and more inclined to imitate
tho French. And don't vou frog eat it.
Two entire columns of tho paper arc
devoted to lingual distortion, some of
which is even worse then the "flashes"
above quoted, notably the following;
Uncle Toney Graiice has one of the
brightest bovs in town. Several nights
ago Uncle Toney went out and caught
apossum. Next duy the boy, pointing
to the animal, said: "Possum time may
I not go hunting with you?" He is a
The editor, it seems, has recently
taken charge of the paper, for he speaks
of "mounting the tripod." When an
editor talks about his tripod you may
know that he will soon attempt the
paragraphic "dodge." During the last
legislative canvass in this state, the edi
tor of a rural paper said: "Having an
nounced ourself as a candidate for the
legislature, we are compelled to aban
don the tripod. We regret this very
much, having become much wedded to
journalism, and, dear rentier, we would
not leave the tripod but for a state
duty." After the election the following
appeared: "We have again taken our
sent on the tripod. We have been of
fered a paying situation elsewhere, but
our devotion to the people of this county
and-our old and true tripod causes us
totry hard to be attentive to duty in tho
future." During the general slaugther
of which the country stands so serious
ly in need, and during which the writer
will be justifiably assassinated, special
attention should' be paid to the tripod .
man. Ark. Traveler.
THE GREAT GERMAN
ItelleVi s ii ml cures
III AIIKIIK, louilUCIIE,
SCr.E THI OAT.
So'int".!, Cuts, Bruises,
Ml H H4 AMI'S,
And ail oilier limllly aehea
riFTT CENTS A BOTTLE.
by r'l lirnoitlnta and
ricicr. Directions III U
Tin Charles A. Vonnler Co.
is-. .,, a v mi i.i n , co t
MnllliHoi e, Uil., A.
!'.i.,.ulll U Lumnil
I r'TOIIr '
A BfiM TO MEN
All thnr alio from lot.rrrtlnn, iu,.,,, nllf, r ar(
iS. linii-rv.d, l" iltli.., pli'ilctllr clr.lnr.1 uu.M. M
ptrluini llfV' diillra ir.i)ii-n, cm Im F.nnii n.t truia
Diullji mind, Willi. i'il llgiiivh Itii'ill, lni- !,,,).,, a by itiMinrt,
ailniiwri and t'i iri-. Th$ ttitnl HVniv fin aid
lilin firof.um NervniM IMiIIIit. IIh.. l ll,rav. Ae..
Ii aMm TIIK MA II Hot ll). Kra
aapeleaa citai-a it'tirM oroirtain rmniaiinii i., full ind per
fael menboatl. ftiinnlt. fnrilt fifin',, iilnitant, fttod
wir liniiw, e-n.nliiiifiii with ptivalitlan trie.
iUJall V KatMbllY CU full.. SiH,.a lark.
VC will pnv ths abnra r.wtrd hr tnr nut of Ur CompltloC
fyM'cllIA'iis Oi-attii In, lii'liirfiiiiin.C'iiDiupation orCo-tlvtmu,
. . .iuul cma alia Wo.l'i V. ubi It Lltvr I lilt, hn ilia direr
tlnniarn ilriillf ciini.il wllb. 'Jlnyarl purvlv irirvlalilt, 1,1,4
ntvtrhil 10 ptva ktlulaLllon. Pnctr Coated, l.irm Imirt.toie
luliilnic 311 p.llt, ii nnu. I'.ir l.y all driifol.u. Ikotri of
cuunurf III ai d litiluil.mi. Tli fniiiiiii ti'iinfaUiirr,l only b
JOHN I'. WhST A ( II., Il A 1-J W. tlullvn Si., Culta
Jilt trial aiijpi i,m ty uiall ir..Jtu rtuij.lgt 1 t.ul.uuip.
!ea!;!i is Weaith !
Hit K. ('. West's Nervb and HnAiN TnFAT
Mi:nt, a Runrmtood unocitio for Hyatprin, Dizzi.
tioss, t'oiinilsiiina, rite, Nervoue Neiimlfiia,
Ilindarho, Nervous Proetrntion caused by tlietiao
of alcohol or tolmcco, WakofulneM, Mental Do.
probsiou. Softening of the Urain resulting in in
minty ami loadintf to nii .ery, deniy and diuth,
l'remiituro Olil Ao, Harrciinesa, Loss of power
in eithor box. Involuntary Loase and hpermnt
orrha'u caused byover-exertum of tho brain, aelf.
nbuseor over-iuduleence. Laeh box contains
one month's troatmt'nt. f 1.0(1 a box, or six boxes
for ia.ttO, font by mail prepaid on rw.eiit of price.
Wjrj a Ait.Ti.F. kix iioxr.s
To ctiro any caso. With each order rcoived byus
for six boxes, norompatiied with iM), we wiU
eend the purctirwor our written ffuamnte to rtv
fund tho money if the treatment doea not eiUct
cure. Guarmitet-a iHsnedonlj'by
HAHIIY W. SCHUII.
DmKglst. for. Commerclttl ve. & 18th st , Cairo.
PORT GEAPE WINE
Stker's 1oht Grape Wine !
FOUR YEARS Of.D.
rriltSi'ELEBItATED NATIVE WINE Is mate
from the Juito of the Onorto 4rape, rained lo
this court y Itn Invalnahlo tonic and ftretuih-
enlns propert e are u:iurt aed hv Buy ntlier
Mitivf HiiiB. ttiL' :ne pnre juue or f a liraim,
produced utidi-r Mr. Sneer'a own pe'sotial supnrvl
'on, I's puritv and uenulni nea, nr Ki.srsnteed .
Tfri votm.-M child m y pariak - of It f nermis
qua'ltiis, ai (1 ihe Heuk" t trvsild uc Htna lvnn.
I 'lire It I" prtirn!ilv henefl 1 m I to .he aged an I
d bllHa'ed, and mil -d lo the ariouu ailment that
atfi-et the w.-alii-r ex. It ! i n every recpect s
- - . IV u r. .Lii i l
Speer's P. J. Slierry.
The I' ,1. SIIl;ttr ' I a wne of Snpcr'or t tiar-
acter tnd art iken of th nchq'ial tie of 'ha gtana
fn,m wh eti It i madu For I'urltv, UicLit.eaa. Kla
vii aid Midlciteil Pn Derties. it will be looud tin
Spei-Vfi l J. lirandv.
Th! H . K 1 1 V aiM iinrlvi'cd in U.i n -'inirr
te tiirtar "'iiii rior (or tni'dicliial puipo.-t-s. It I- a
pttredii'rtlMtion Iro the gri. nd eon s'rn vn.
ua'iie medicinal urnperoea. it han a delleate (!.
vor. lurui thaioflhe .'Mi.-a, fr.im nlilch It lp
distilled, r.i.d i In ureal faVir ainuni.' (w-tIum
fimili-K. see that fe :ni .fire of AI.KKKU
"f- K. Pa-raic, . . J., over thtj enrk of each
Sold Hy PAUL SCI i nu
ami) bv biti'o mr.s kvervwh - kk.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE, i
Noll SINOt.F. INSTANCE ON ItE'-OHI)
I a-t 8 ycurj wherv one .f
Has hD broken open by burglars and robhed,
Halls Standard Patent Fife-Praof
Have NEVER FAILED to
TRESMIVE flieir COX
It Is atriill-tciiiiwii fiict tltn' there la NO hAFK
niade in tim or d 'I'n T UIVR AJ OIlE AT HE
I L ltll Y AS 'I II H HAL'.AKK.
They aUaya p rot ft tlielr eotitelits
l't rstitis liavlnjr Valuables should nnt
be without a. Ibll's i'tife.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
.TOSF.ril U IIAL.1, Pn-sldont.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CniCAOO,
l.OllSVILl.F., SAN FltKNCIHCO.
HT. I.OL'IS, CLEVELAND.
Jit: 40 If.
Jl'i oiitenr 'lwssnu the look-
J 'out fur Mi'. cos tit lne,r au
Vthetr euin Iiik, and ill tuna
in:,, um, i -n iuj, iiiiipn vwiu
do nut ltnpr.,vti ih lr upper-
iiniiiie r niniii tu poverty.
W oiler it ureiit chniiru to timltc iiiiinev. W,. v. it n
miiin iiieii.wom.nl, hoy., and girl tu wnflj lor it
rlhl In heir own loeiilltie An mn enu tlo Iho
wurk p.-nperly lr m the ltrt Hrt. 'Oih hit In
lll piiy m 'ie tii n tun time onltt'nry wane r'x
pi'iisiviinuiil furiil-h" ! f'ee. No nnu who miiraira
tl In tnnko money rap dlv. Yon rim rlev te
lour hiiii i mi . i , iiu w i k, or onlv your up a
itnniii'iits fu 1 1 ifurni ition itnd a 1 1' at Is nu.ded
vii .ft en. Ad in i SPIN HON A iJO I'ortUiid, Mo
n ml tliirr hulnru venilie, su'n
I' Inn ml. lily mid . lit I tu c
1 iivo hi. hind iot'iiMiii r tltno."
fnii a week lii vour o.ui to"ii
I tve Duller ouilH ire No
r1'., Rv rvthii'd new c ii'iini eut r mulred, n
'll fmiilsli vou everything, Many ure tniklnit
turn In . I.ad e ninhi a iiinr.'t ntrii niul lmv
unit il in iko tfreal 1 1 iy lieiidiir, If Jon vn.nt
liulin i m v.li cli vou rim timke ureal tnty all ne
I'Mie, write fur pittili'tilur toll ft v t I tTl' t CO,
"!AvtrtS - .. I RflAiU
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rudeiiLMitleiit in alj
DELIVERED BY CAKRIEIt. 83 CENTS PEK WEEK.
13.00 TEH YEAH, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT I F PA I f
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, $1.00 PER MONTH,
10 00 PER YEAR. IN ADVA M E.
The BC hlliTLN JOBOFFlCli
COMPLETE IX ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CVLINDA R
Pi.KSSKS, JOUPRKsSaSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
T.'PK, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS,
FOUR SETk OF DATE FIGURES.
NO. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Letter Piiper, Nodi
Paper, Rill Heads, Cheek Rooks, Receipt
Rooks, &t, ic.
The ONLY Hound Hole Irkoratincj Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
MIE yKEKLY gUILETIX.
II) C0LI'31XS .".
Filled "With Choice lU-arlinr
flatter and Local
TERMS BY MAIL:
Aliiys in Adrnime, r Xo Paper.
IS MANUFACTURED By
WE-MAKK EVERY VARIETY OP
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by e(iiiniilnr onntclvos strictly to one clns of works by employing none hut tho Dnnt
of UOIIK'IIO, iisIiil' nothinr; but F1KHT-CLASS IMPUOVr.I) MACHINERY utid tliu VEltV
BEST ot MiLMJTKD T..MBk.U, and by a TUORuL'GU KNOWLEDGE of tbe business, we Loyo
Justly carnnii tho reputation of nuking
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Maniifaetiircra bavo otiollslied tho warranty, but Agouti may, ou tbolr owu responsibility, (five
tbe following warrauty with oacb wn;on. If so ufreedi
We Hereby Warrant llio KI8II BROS. WAOON No to be wot) made fn every panic-
tilaraud ol (rood nimcrial, and that the streiif-ih of the nine Is mfllclcnt for all wmlt with fair
liaaife. ribonld any b'uuknj.o occur within on year from this data by raon of defective umiorlal
or workmanship, repairs (or the sumo will bo furnished at place of aalo, free of chnri.'c, or the
price of eald repairs, a per agent's price llt will ho paid in cash by tho purctiuscr producing
sample of tbu broken or defective part an evidence.
Knowing we can suit you, we sullclt patronage from every section of tbe United Status. Bond
for PrkM and Tortus, and for a copy ut TUB HACsNIt AOtUCl'LTlTRIHT, to
Flsll IIUOS. i.t ItHt-lue, Wis.
r-KW niiorti iipplled to tho aiirfncn will Penetrate to the very Bone,
and ulmoit Inetantly RELIEVE PAIN! tt will not finii rtnthtmr.
nor discolor the Skin, or lcnvo dlmigreciililri cfroou of any kind. Ii
hit WO F.tiTAT, for llio Cnroof Rhfinmatfrnn, Sprain. Prolan.
Stitf Joiuta, Nourtilirta, Lame ilaolc. Critmpa, Tooth-Ac ho
8or Throat. Pitina In tlia Lliaba orlUMlV hurt ol llio Hvatl-lll
liuni Is oiMiully I'lili'iieioiiit for all
runuiilllK a iiowvriui Uiuusive auiliuiniit. doc jiiermr Mtrintine.
Ask your Druggist for It. l'rlco 60
i'reparcd only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
WTioleaala Pniralat, BT. tOUIS. WO I
Local Mat ,r.
Neutral in Xoth
van 1'if i
BEOS. 8i 00..
A iiowuriul memu alioii coin
posed moatly of frsacntitil Oils
I'hn most peiiotriitlufr Lltilnicnl
known, fin eminent riited I lint, n
ptilii In tltn Stomach and Bowols,
cU per bottle