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THE DAILY f CAIRO : BULLKTIN; SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10. 183,
a noted nt'T r'iirij:n woman.
prrom'tb Button (Hoot)
Hem. Edltor t
The ebov I a good llkmieM of Kn. lydla t PI nib
Urn, of Lynn, Mm, who above all other human belnfl
aj be truthfully ailed th "tear Friend of Woman,"
a otoe of her correaponilente lore to call her. She
U waloiuly devoted to her work, which la (he outeome
of a lifeudr, and la obliged to keep ill lady
eultariU, to help her aniwcr the large eomwDonduno
which dally potin In upon her, each bearing lti i peclal
burden of Buffering, or Joy at relea.-, from It, Hf
VigetableCouipMuidbamedlclna for good and not
trll purpoce. I have pertonally lavUg-ated U and
am aatlifled of the truth of thU.
On aeoonnt of lt proven merit. It li rwotnmendrd
and preeerlbed by tuebeit pbyilclMU In the oounlry.
Oue iayii It Work like a charm and aarre much
paw. It wlU our entirely the woret form of falling
of the starua, Ieuenrrhosa, Irregular and painful
Ifttiutnutloa.aUOinarUa Trouble, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Flooding!, ill DtuplaoemtnM and the oon -equent
eplnal veaktmi, and U especially adapted to
(he Change of Uf."
It permeate ererr port loo of the ireU-m, and give
acw life and vlgrir. It remove faJntnns, (Utnknry,
deetroyaal craving fur etlmuUnie, and selinu weak
Bee of the etomach. It euree Bloating, llffldach-ie,
Wervoiii Proat ration, .Central Debility, Hlfeplreenem,
rxpreuloo and Indlgntlon. Tliat feeling of bearing
down, cauilrig pelf), weight and rcekarba. I alwaya
permanently cured by lie tu. It will at al tlm'e, and
nadir all circumaUiicee, art In harmony w.tii the Uw
that govern the 'ratal ryrttm.
It cocti only i r bottle or ill for OS. , nd la sold by
druggliti, iu; idvfc required ae to epedaleoiiei, end
the nazuea of many who have been rolored to ported
health by the uee of Uie YugotaUe Compound, cut he
obtained by jiidrvnlng ilra K, with tUmji for reply,
1. ir '.'inn in Lynn, Miua.
. ui-Kidney Complaint nf etfAer tex thU compound ti
uawnrMuo4 ae a!undant Uatlnwitlaii abow,
"Mr. I1nk!in'UvOTptlli,"aorieot,'iltrr, "are
Ia but In tht vorH for tk cure of Constipation,
Blllotum e and Torpidity of the liver. Her blood
Purifier orj wonders in It upeclal tin and bVl fail
to iual the Compound In IU popularity.
All rr.urt mvect her ae an Angel of Henry whoee eote
ambition le to do good to ot her.
hiladelphia, I1. 00 Mr, a. M. U
Ti f.n.;.l of iirrhil Hiid Mticiliujrinoue yif'.
n ,iiicuprrnt,4 the aubalant-c of (be
liUUK expectorate the acrid matter
tluucjiiecUM tue liiuuebial i til., and forms a
nothing euatluKt uun relieve the Ir
ritation Hint CIU.A4 ti. cmgli. It titanic
tlieluiitzeof all Imptirliie. atiengthen
the (a when enfeebled by diaease, inrtgw
a'ei the Circuiauuti of tli blood, and Xiucrttho
n'-rviussyitetn. Slight cold often end in
roiuuuiptlon. It W dangerou to neglect
them. Apply tbo remedy promptly. A
tattot twe-i'y yo ire warrunta the a-ruon tlat
no remedy ha ewer been fonnd that I a
prompt InltectleeMti.TllTT'g IXPICTORAMT.
A alule doie raise U phlegm. euUiui
i .fl iiaiuutlon.n.id i ne pelili-ciir the tnot
iltinaie eou-h. A pleaaant cordlal.chlN
tlren take It readily, for troop It U
luraluoMo t'ioM'ff W H every family.
In 9He. and 1 Hottlee.
ACT DIRECTLY ON THE LIVER
Cure lulli and 1'ever, llyepepeia,
Kirk llradac lie, Itillone lollc,t;ustlpa
tluit. llhcoiuatimn.Mlee, 1'alpltaUouof
tb Heart, IHzziue, Torpid I.lrer, anrl
i-'emale IrreirulariUe. If you do not "icl
very well," a in !e pill ttimnlaie ll:tomiifh,
ieeUJrcitUe-):cli,t::i'vrtT:(ror to t!.eiywm.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS:
tia.Tt'rT: V-nrk.ri ior t-n ytar 1 havo
bvn a martyr tj Ejpcj-ia, C'cri'iiputicn and
1 lira. L;it "prirgj our pill wen recommendt
tome; luaodthem (but wi'h little faith). I at
now a well miiDihav pood appetite, direatiou
perfect, reirulnr t'y.'. Jn1' gore, and 1 havo
tuned forty poun'!TrTnJCcj!i. They ro worth
their weight in pnlif.
I!EV. 11. 1,. elMrSOyf.Leulreffle. K.
Office. ft5 Mnrre j- t., Wevr Tork.
Ilt. Tl'TT'H MAM A I. of I seful
(IUcclpt X HhJC ou applicatioBu I
If vou are sick lion Bitters will urcly
aiJ Natur in mskiiw vou well when nil
If you are costive or dyspuptic, or are
u(it?riDj from any other 01 tno ouniorous
di-eaats of the sttxniich or bnwels,it in your
own fftult if you remain ill, for Hup Bitters
are a soverin remeiiy in all ucn cnui
If you are watinj away wi'h any form
of Kidney disoaiiL', t p tcmptiiis Dt-atb
this morn'.iit, and turu for a cure to Mop
If vou ro sick with that terrible sick
nf Xurrouauese. vnu will find a ''Balm id
fi, Ii.h,1'' in the use of HoD Bitters.
If you are a frequenter, or a resident of a
minmatic district, bnrncaae your sygiein
;.,.t .da e,iiiraiiu nf all rnnntripa rna.
Itrial, epedemic, bilious, and intennitont
fovHra bv the use of Hon Bitters,
If vou have rourrh. pimply, or h11ow
akin hml hrcnth. lining and ao.hua. and fcf
misoruble ifenerally, Hop Bitters will give
vou fair 6kin. rich blood, and aweotest
lirnnth. health and comfort.
In short they euro all disease of the
stomich, Bowels, Blood, Liver, Moneys,
Rrii'ht'a Uinease. $500 will be paid for a
rain thiv u'lll nntciirii or lieln.
That poor bedridden, invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, can bo made the pic
ture of health, by a few bottles of Hop
niters, matino hut n. trifln. Will vou let
them suffer J
a fnttftpltA tivntHntlnn nf one of th
tnoet nntfd and ain-cafSful i)ecllit In the l'. 8.
(now rftlrMti lor tlievurenf xervuHO Ibllltv,
tout M"Hood, Wraknrmt ami JVeeaw. Kent
plitiuitfu...'Dvlupiree. Uruggislscau nil It.
Addreu OR. WARD & CO.. Uuilisn. Ms.
B I uid Murt the
w idventtii'i of
lone e .iwrli noe in ourlim iIi.hm of tin IiIimmT RITb and
Hiin,'i.-rou Kiblill-f, Irnimtenci, tlrganl
WvakncM, tienorrha-a. (ypkillUe eu( Herrurlul
Allecllane epeelally Iriatrd oa Kiriititto prlnipr,
eitii fi and urt retnftdjp.. t'll or write tor tin of Owe
ilont to be eimworrd hy tho dMirloe trMUninl hy tnafl.
(I'i,r.ni.ultrrln( froai Unplara.k,ilil we llwlratitreM,
and Irtra nn.llil (e llirlr wlnnUa, It l aol a in.
Addreee, IHt. Ill TTa, I H. HIH St. Uls
CHiAIIUaHKOOVCJlTlUJtl - HEAKa.
HARRIS REMEDY CO..
itt'H'W!,!1!. 1 I ''g Cwlu Sole rnpS el
PR0F.HAKRI8' PASTILLE REMEDY
I " '1 !! Mea aud uinrrt who mllT
I '1 5 nn Rii aea Fhyeleal Oebll.
Ta. elr aui ilotim emMaiiiniiu,
r-r si eHMian, quiokly awl radlmllr oured.
The RmlT I. put p la beiee. S. I (lattina a monlh). ta,
HI (.muih le tiaxrt a oere, uilew In ..re cam.) a i He, g
(lalln three nuiutli.), l. Beat b; ei.ll I pi.ln reppen.
uirmiee. nr him Mnapeey rw bm, Puuttaawri
Ma ehle akweee aa ateae ef eate eeai eeeie ea aeallaaileav
Mr. E. V. Siimllov'a nnnnrlnthoFch.
ni.irv V'Hiurii, on rtmtureaoi the IW'.v
Wortli-west," Is nu interesting conclu
sion to his noteworthy series on the
orm-wemern region, lie (II.sciihsi's
viirlons social imd juditiciil subjects,
and, spoiikliigof the Chinese population,
siivs in pint:
.1. - ....1 t ...
j urn; in a iniii.ihi'ii notion in me
''st tlmt the Cliines.' nre always hum
ble and ouliinUxive. nud much put unon
and abused ,y t lie whites of the Pncllic
const. Then; was time when the
loodbtnu of hnn Francisco maltreated
the Ashitio immigrants shamefully, but
that time has jrone by. Now the China
uinn ajipfar. to be "as secure in his
rights of person and pnmerty as any
oodv. Insterul of biding deferential aiid
timfd he is often jnitihin nml in.solent.
He dors not ive w iv in the stn-et. Ho
hustles you us rudelv s an English
navvy. A body of ( liinese laborers
marciiing down a narrow street will
crowd ladies into the trutter. The Chi
nese mercliatitj, doctors, and others be-
omrinir to the better classes, nre as
polite as Frenchmen, but the masses of
the Chinese population on the Pacific
coast arc rude and brutal. The chief
lliinjf in their favor is their habit of
personal cleaiilinese. The railroad
laborers, who nre the poorest and most
ignorant chss, wash themselves from
head to f'wjt nt the end of each day's
work. All classes are frequent custom
ers of the barber, who gives minute at
tention to their heads, faces, ears, and
Among the common laborers there is
ittlu s mouthy for sick and injured
comrades. If a man h likelv to become
burden, the other members of his
gang want to get rid of him as soon as
possible. It is commonly believed by
the white bosses on the railways that thu
CiiincM; doctors put sick men out of the
wnv bv poison when they think thev
cannot be speedily cured. A case was
told me in Oregon of a Coolie railway
laborer who had an arm broken. It was
sot by the company's doctor, and was
doing well, 1 ut the man's comrades in
sisted on bringing a Chinese doctor to
Bttend him. The doctor came from a
distant camp and gave the patient a
dose. In an hour tlio poor feilow was
ead. In such case there is no investi
gation; nobody cares that there is oue
Chinaman less. The death of a cart
horse is of much more consequence.
One great difficulty the employers of
Chinese labor have to contend with i8
the superstition of these queer people.
Their religious worship consists chiefly
in propitiating the malevolent spirits of
the dead. If a Chinese domestic fancies
there is a ghost iu the house he departs
at once, and leaves an inscription be
hind to warn his successors. It often
happens that a family will be unable to
keep a servant longefthan a single day.
Man after man will come and go with
out giving any reason for his abrupt de
parture. At last tne warning sign is
found in the kitchen or the servant's
room and expunged: then there is no
more trouble. Not long ago two China
men were killed in Oregon by the pre
mature explosion of a blast on a new
railway line. One of their fellow work
men declared that jtM before the explo
sion he saw two devils come to the op
posite bank of the river and heard them
talking. Thereupon the whole gang of
forty men dropped work, and could not
be induced, bv threats or persuasion, to
return to the spot.
W, 7 Lamiidin, I'.vtr editor of I'm Bim.ikti
and eti'itinlioit (ia.eennr enout. Oritur fur til
Itlnileof emamrmnt Joti voutlug aollrlluil. Office
tt Uower't Kurouean iiotul. No. 7 onto luvee.
Striking a Soft Job.
A man sat writing in a basement of
ficc on Griswold street. An old man
with a snow-shovel on his right shoulder
and his boots covered with snow enter
ed with great racket and two or three
"whews,1' and placing one of his snowy
feet Rgainst the hot coal stove he said:
"First there was the creation of the
world. I presume yon admit that?"
The man who sat writing did not even
"Of course vou admit it. Snow was
created along with other sort of
weather, and according to the laws
made by man snow must bo cleaned off
the walks within six hours after the
storm ceases, providing there is anv
storm to cease. Are you following me?''
The man at the desk kept scratching
awav for dear life.
"Of course you foller. The next great
event" was the deluge. All the gnow was
soaked up for the time being, but we've
had heaps of it since, and some men are
too stingy to pay fifty cents to have
their walks cleaned. 'I presume you
If the gentleman even knew that the
old man was present, he did not betray
the fact by a gesture. The visitor
changed feet against the stove and
"Then there was the Drift-Period.
Ice-bergs, ash-barrels, snow-drifts and
old hats went drifting around the
country at the rate of forty miles an
hour. "Tho man who wants to keep out
,of the poor-house, and is willing to
shovel snow at the rate of a dollar a day
drifted too, and finally brought up in
Detroit I presume you twig?"
If he did there w as no sign.
"Then came the Stone Age," resumed
the old man, tis he huntetl through his
pockets for some tobacco dust. "Good
many stones around, I reckon, and there
have' been hearts of , stone ever since.
Yes, sir there arc men in this very city
of Detroit who wouldn't pay thirty cents
to clear off their forty feet of sidewalk
if the snow thereon was up to their
chins. I presume you tumble?"
The man rose up from the desk with
out a word, walked over and seized the
old man by the collar, and without even
looking into his eyes, he opened the
door and "lifted" him to the sidewalk
at two motions and Hung the snow
shovel after him. Tho ejected stood
and stared around for a minute, rubbed
tho top of his head gently, and was a
minute more in fully realizing the situ
ation. Then ho descended the stairs,
opened the door, and called out:
"It isn't the two kicks I care about,
for I'm used to that, but It hurts mo to
think that I went and posted up such a
man as you aro on Biblical history and
solemn facts that you would never have
heard of in all your born days!" De
troit Free Press.
Down quilts can be bought for IfiO.
They are so light in weight that ou a
cold winter night you Imagine you are
freezing until you get up and pllo all
your clothes on top of it; then you go
to sleep ami dream that you have turn
bled down thu crater of volcano and
can't get out.
BTAOES OK TUB BIVICK.
The river marked by tho gauge last
evening at this port, 83 IVet and S
indie and rising.
Cincinnati, Feb. 9-tJ p. m. River 58
feet 0 inches and rising.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 00 p.m Kivcr 18 feet
0 Inches and fulling.
Louisville, Feb. 9 (1 p. ni. River 28
feet 8 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb 9-0 p.m. River 33 feet
10 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Feb. 9-0 p. m. -River 5 feet
11 Inches aud filling.
The Ohio the faslet wheel boat sfloat is
due to-day from Cincinnati for Memphis.
Citpt. II. .1. Vinton is chief of ceremonies
and Wm. B )b McCoy clerk. 8e V7. F
Lamhdin Agent and get your tickets.
The Oho is still rising but will not make
more than forty feet by the gnugu at this
port when it will come to a stand; this is
one prediction aiid"we'll gamble on" it thut
e don't miss ouruees two feet.
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will re
port hereon time this sltirnoon, connecting
with trains going north, south, east and
west. Leaving here on her return trip at
9 p. n.
The Chas. Morgan arrived here yesterday
evening at do clock, '49 bouts out from
Memphis. She had a light up stream trip.
Capt. Hurry Stein whs indisposed and not
on duty. -
There is considerable talk of a packet to
be built ut Metropolis to iuo from that city
to Ciro in opposition to the Gus Fowler.
We think it is all talk and no steamboat.
Capt. Tom Kimbrough returned from St.
Louis yesterday and sys his boat bus now
got new guards entire and swiugiug stages
aud wiil gooa beresdy for business.
i ltd fans u. iirown loi isew ur.eaus is
due from Cincinnati to-duy. Capt. Alex.
IUiliduy is her popular uister aud Chris
The Kite Adams passed the Jim Lee
underway on her last trip up and went by
the Morgan as if she was tied to the shore
The Golden Crown from New Orleans
will reach here to-night or early in the
I morning, bne goes to Cincinnati.
TheB. S. Rhea left Xnshville last even
log lor uairo ami wm come turoUKu sure
The Johu A. Scuddor will leave here to
night or etrly in the morning for Nuw Or
The Tboa. Sherlock follows the Crown
and will be here .Monday or Tuesday next
Business on the wh trf good yesterday.
Mom km Don't Know-How manv
children are punished tor being uncouth,
wiiiuh, sun lnuiiiereiii to instruction.! or
rewards, simply because they are cut of
health I An intelligent lady said of a chi d
of this kind: "Mothers sbcuUi know that
if tiny weiiM Klve the little one moden te
doses of Hop Bitters for two or three weeks,
the children would be all a parent could
TEEED BY A DEEE.
An indiscreet mua is like ho unsealed let
ter, everybody cn read turn, but the wise
man secuieth in time wnat in t.nie he will
eurely need a bottle of Dr. Hull's CoUgh
1 EITEU LIST.
LIST OF LETTEKS KEMAIMXO CNCAul-tU
FOIt IN T1IK POSTOfFICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, FtDKt'AHY 10, 1883.
Bowlan, E igioetb
Beach, Lid a
Connor, Nancy R
Howts. Julia A
Market, A J
Ryce, S E
Barnes, Ruth L
Baasett, XI. id am
Foley, Mrs D
11 i bee, Mrs Uamy
Uaynes, G A
Howe, Alice E
Sledd, Emma 8
Allen, W 8 M D
Ameutrout, R C
Bient, L F
Brochins, J no
Carter, L M
Cuunuiinga, Joe W
Crip, Janus M
Hey wood, J B .
Lythe, C S
McCutchen. W T
Martin. C B
P Donald, Jamos F
Brown, TuomHS A
Bemtnis, J B 2
Cnsgrove, Frank ,
Clark, Josh A
Gorman, G II
Hmioltnn John V
Kru r.er, D M
McC ov. H W
Major E P
Powell & Co
Powf rs, A 8
Robinson, Elaxander Reed, t baric
8 llivxn, Janvs Stalling, J D
Srhlff, John Smith, John
fchurtj, Erich Sweanoy, Barney
StaniH, Mr Thompson, Jilm
Turner, Jemes - Tottew, Geo B
Ullinan, Idorn ; Mabon, Goo
Wscnfr,' W II William. .rmc II
Wheeler, James Wefon, Edwin
' Willson, James '
Persona cnlltntr for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKjeaki. Postmtiatsr.
The Hunter Who Mistook One for a Bear.
At the recent banquet of tho Michigan
State Sportmen's Association, says the
Free Priss, at the Michigan Exchange,
many a hunting incident was recalled,
and peals of laughter were frequent at
the various tables.
"Say, Frank," exclaimed a well
known sportsman, his eyo twinkling
with suppressed merriment, "do you re
member your first deer hunt?"
"Yes, replied Frank, coloring like a
school girl, "but I had hoped you had
forgotten all abtn.it it. Keep still, and
I'll buy the cigars for the party."
"Couldn't think of it, my boy. It's
too good to keep."
"Give it to us, Ed," urged all who
had heard his previous words.
"I assure you, boys," interjected
Frank, "that it Is all a" confounded lie.
I've heard it before."
"You see," began Ed, "Frank came
out here from New York a few years
ago, knowing no more about a deer than
ho did about a rhinoceros. He was
crazy to go deer shooting, however, and
when I went up to the woods that fall I
took him along. The first night after
we went into camp, I took him down to
a run-way and left him in the bushes
right beside an open place, where he
would have a splendid shot If a deer
enme along. I went on down about
forty rods further and stood there until
I was most frozen, but never a deer did
"I started back toward where I had
left Frank, and hadn't got half way be
fore I heard a buck whistling up in his
direction. I listened, and .became sat
isfied that the buck must 'be close by
Frank and wondered why he didn't
shoot. I waited as much as half an
hour, and though tho buck whistled
every minute, there was no sound of a
fan." Then I began to be alarmed, for
came to the conclusion that Frank had
got tired waiting and had started for
camp. I knew that if he had, he was a
lost man, for ho knew nothing about the
woods, so I commenced creeping up to
ward where I had left him. Of course,
I wanted to get tho buck if I could, and
moved along as still ns possible. I got
up so near that I could hear him smash
ing the bushes, aud then he heard me
and went off with a rush. I ran up to
the spot, and it wasn't over thirty yards
from where I had left Frank, and the
old buck had been tearing around there
in the bushes in a frightful way. Then
I went to look for Master Frank, and
where do von think he waa? Sitting a
straddle of a limb about twenty feet
from the ground."
" Vhy 'didn't you shoot that deer?'
" 'What deer?' says he.
" 'The one that ha1 been tearing
around over there in Uie bushes for an
hour,' says I.
" 'Thought it was a bear,' " says he,
and then the dining-room rang again.
Athletics at Harvard,
It is agreed on all hands that the in
creased attention eiven to nhvte;il n
ercise and athletic sports'within the past
twenty-five years has been, on (Iip whol.v
of great advantage to the University;
that the average physique of the mass
of students has been sensibly improved,
the discipline of the collcgo made easier
and more effective, tho work of many
zealous students been done with greater
safety, and the weak and sickly youth
intoone well formed, robust and fiealthy.
It is also agreed that athletic competi
tions, though necessary to the mainten
ance of a proper interest in the general
subject, may easily run into excess, and
rn that account need to be kept within
discreet limits; and that the whole spirit
of college (.ports and contests should be
that of amateurs who arc amusing them
selves, and not that of professional
players, who are earning a living nml
seeking a reputation for its pecuniary
value. rnniiknt Lliot.
-M e 1 1
Southern Cotton Mills.
Statistics just published show that
South Carolina now has twenty-seven
flourishing cotton mills, with' 4,120
looms ami 1X0,721 spindles and that the
business yields au average net profit ot
twelve per cent, lu 1880 there were in
the State 18 mills, with 1,9.1: looms and
95,038 swindles. These figures show an
extraordinary progress in this import
ant industry, and the fact that nine
new milh were chartered at the recent
session of the Legislature indicates a
striking growth of the business in tho
future, fu undertaking to manufacture
its great staple instead of sending it to
Engliih and New England mills, the
South litis entered a field of industrial
activity which promises to prove a most
. important source of prosperity. Near
ness of its mills to its cotton fields is an
advantage which in lime must tell
strongly in favor of the South in the com
petition with iu distant competitors.
A. F. Herald.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
rfl & TT a A . m -
4u nnwaru '.uiTnnio rr teio "! oar oittor K'ertnv
Ortlvnolo end Ma netio April'", m end Oa n ei.ie xr
i -tire cur. f n flron lvb'll!V, P'lnt, Kullcp.y,
Kh-um1tim,p.rw..rlf.e4 UrMn, Fxb-u.tlon orlt.no,
Vita Krieruy. Weuk U..ok. K '(liter, 1 irer. a-d Ktomncb
oinilHir,te,anlaredai'tlt KITH KM SEX. Theoe
anpiwnoej era the err lateet Improred, and entlrele
jenriiUroorinuoaecorrenM without eo'dn, cnu- nrno
wm norlrriui .n nf th- fkin-rr.., he roth t work M
Wll A reL n tint nakl . T ,
hlMlrlO rind Vlftal ial n th.ul.ni I. .. n t
' "hpu 11 im uvuviii, AUQMIOr
A i .
Ai JZr ' v o-iiiMia.e. a thel- anion la
mract nnoa errrti, Muernlnr, nd 0DeriitleO tere,
iwedlly Mtorlnu the t t-.llty which I- K eotrlrit,
ThTrJ'.0! th" "y"" Uf or indlrretlon, nnd
if!?!, i j n ? ""'""'I T OT-roorae the wenkneM
rtwii, Ther will rnre every
n.J2 L". t;u:'u:l d(mnerflon, ni e eri
prepared f furnl.li th". mo., enehntlce d nb oh.te
' """, Our I Unarmed 1'umphl.t
eol Free or In sealed enveloi e for to pontaKe.
Msiaiutiss I AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
rmilarliel f 312 N. Oth St.. St. Loui..ma
J Jhm ulntV. v
P UP.IC 4 MILK!!
AH y nr mi It in to '
A Jivtr ytMir millc In th
w.rkkn milk jabs.
If the milk i pure the
cream can hu een lu
t-vtry Jar. If do c earn
I ec u, It U Dot a It
flitm tl be nnd need nur
itunil"n The tiiilk 1
r.li'ii iu;r. ewit'Ocr nud pu-
er iiiMivurni iu my n ar
r ti Milk Jut then niiv
otiicrway. They em uafil
In i II thu Urcfcltii'e, aud
nrrt il,ti,t. ft ... mII
nd t wne n tt'are mil pnet on epnlli-ntion
to W. ii. WIIITEM AX, li Murru St., N-w York.
IN EVERY fT.VilS IX HCYIXO C it ., Count
tnd St . to riliia In KVKMKXS I'ATKM' aI.K
COV' F.Xsm, lordrfteltm Alt) witliont pllrhnr.
A pick-tint mi 'I romiinetnt;Tn lm-lnH RtiKinti a
com uf muu mm' I in-r l In huvlnu tuinit ot
tnrrit-tlio Init 'l and flrii-clii.- iinon keep r of
Amu irii and ratut a. Hruil poetul card (r do
ecrli tlvo tlrculur Ir. v.
J '.Mm W. EVEXDEV.
Patentee tv d JI ni facturt'r, Ki'inu, N Y.
rro AliVEUTls KS. Uwi-nt hiitvx lorad . rtli
' luff In SH fond n.i-miii'rp fiit Irec. Addrell
GEO. I'. !(OWEU.fc CO , 10 S.rtireSt., N. Y.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT U
posltiTe'.y prevent tnlatrniModiicase, and will post.
ilT'ljr euro nino ene ont of tn. lnfo-metlrn tint
will we minT lirrni, prrit free Iit mall. Don't dilnT a
momc-.t. rrcVr-ntlcHatTttortliancuni. I. S.JOItN
BOf ft CO., POSTON. MASS., fornrrlr nwonn, M.
CrriBaoNe' U uoinri Kix make now rich blind-
Viol, li e le Bwenping oy. o
land date hotnrH t-ii du-. snm..
t f .lug tn..blv and enbllme
li-evo htbitid tocmiqtierlline."
t'l'i a viw.k in your own town
Kivi? Doll'ir omflt trio No
Ev -rythlne t,e Capltnl not required. We
furnleh you ev,'rylh.nif. Many ere muklne
lort'itii.e. La lU-e tuako an mncli e mrn and boye
nnd idrl in ike (.'rem pay Header, If you w ent
hueinvee at wb cb you cmi nmke gri dt pay all tt
iime, wriieioriiarni-niaretoll. li.iLLhl 1 CO,
i'.rtlnd. Vnit o.
POUT GRAPE AVTSE
t it i n r
pi opK- r- a ma ni, i,i- look.
!.. . k.. ...... l..M......
mi ill v-wr ill iiiiri-ai-u
thiir iiniliiu-. find lii tun
iirc.itne wi-a lh ; i hiiee who
do ni-t Improve ih lroiii.-r-tniilt
ie r -inain In Duvi-rtv.
We offir a great r.hnr to m tko money, wait
mem meu. loinriii, hoy and ultle t" work lor ni
rlnht In 'hu!r nwii lofulitue Any tin" run do tho
nrk properly fr m the Bret rart Ihi hne noea
will pay nvve trt n ten times ordit'Ory weiii Kx
pamivenuifl furniheil fmo. No onti who entaie
tal e to mnko money riip dlv. Y'oit can dev te
yonr whole tun tu 'he w. irk. or onlv vur ep
nuiiii-nie. F u 1 1 ifurm itmn and a 1 1 nt la nejded
iimifret). AndtHenSriNSON 4 CO Portland. Me.
NO USE F0K THEM.
Coucernirur Ortaiti Belies of the Tast-
Doy:!i that have had their uay.
Ot-orci) Sieph-neon' "Hocket," and the niaeul-
flcetit locornntivee of lo-tluy, aru hailt npou the
mu genital prlnctpK yt the minhlnu with
which the uri-Rt eiir';i!(cr aetotileuud bin t U lu.
terrftlii? now ou y m ai. llLi-trntlou uf tb Win
tilBRuf the luveniluu. Tbi re wcrj pUeier with
boleeln ihcm luug Imront BBXSON'a CAPCIXE
ri)K0U8 PLASIt urprtsed both the public
od the puye.lr.Uu: u.d tuo t'lu oiih of the Cup
cine li foumled upon the partial euocvr-eoa, or tbe
ntter fallurt of lie pndm'.inr. Evrrjthtii of
value in tbe old porous planter le retained in ibe
Capctnc; bnt ae thie polui all rompnrslou endi,
and contract begins. P. r ttxHtiiple:
The old plusiera were eltiw In tbelr sctlun; the
Capcln le quick aud ruie.
Tbe old plaelert lucked the power to do more
than to Impart lllcliti temporary telii f In caret
eai-y of treatment) thu Caprine penetrate the
yttt-m and permanently c-.irea the troutile for
wblth il it ntcouiuieuded.
Ibe old pla-d-re dependrd for any good rculti
tbeymiiiht at'aln up n an IticldeDt oft! rlr maker
and lie naked M:h of the r wearers; the Beneou'i
reaches itiende liy meant of the eclen'illc combl
oatlon of the rare tuidlciua! Inrretllenta wblcb It
In brief, 'he old p"attr(, like Rcphennon' dla
carded engine, are ewiithtdiff be track, while
tbo Benenn't o on He wnv wlnnlni; golden oplu
tone from all enrta of people.
Vet lnlhlavery fnct 11 a the tea'llns danfjer to
the peop'.e who buy and ne thU reliable and ei.
j cntiflc remi'dy 'HipocrUy I the tribute lca
paytovlrt.i3 " Iml ailonla the conceealon fail
ure irekcett nifcea", Denaon'i I'lanton are pa
rodied lu mime und aiyle.
BHAnrenf ewlmllu. Tbe gonnine havo the word
CAPC'fE rutin thecrn'cr. Prke25ct'nt.
bcabti j & JuhnHou. (,Umlns. New Y rk.
Spkek's ?o;tT GnAPK Wine 1
FOUR YKAHS OLD.
THIS f'El.rJBIt.vrKl) NA I'IVK WINE le made
from tbo Juice, of UK Oporto U ape, mined In
tlii couiit y lie lu vniuubio imilc and drench-t-nlnij
pniiert Hre ti'ieuri-a'ai'd bv aiiyiiiher
Native Wiiiir. H Iiik he pure Jinee of t' e . (irapu,
produci d under Mr. Stieer'e own puret.nal eupervi
ion, in pitrlu- mul trenulni lines, are unrantued
1 h i voui. r' '. -i y parlak- of It g iioruti
qita'itiee, imd nu- unnlie t invalid ueo Ittoadvnn
l itre- It le p'iriiciilnrlv heinifli litl to .he atfud and
d bilttated, and etitted lo the arioua allmente that
alfect thu wrnkcr eox. It 1 lu every runpect A
WISE TO BE KE 1 I K II UN.
Spcer's P. J. Sherry.
Tho I. J.bllEItlti tea w ne of Super'or Char
aclerand arttkeeortliericbqn.nl tlen or 'he i;tape
from wh rn li le md Knr I'urltv, Ulchnea, Kla
v and Medicinal rrupertire, ii will he lnuud un
Sneer's P. .T. Brand v.
Thle BKANI) Y tande nnrlvaied In thla (limntry
holnerMr enpiirltir fur medicinal puiiiiii-, It Ik a
ptiru tlletDUtUm Im ihc crip. mi mri'atn vnj.
liable medicinal properi le. it h a delicate flu
vor.elin lur to thai oflho rtt" , rr.im wbleh It le
dielilled, mid t in great fav t amntnr (lrt-rlHe
frimlllire. St-e that t"u isn.lNre or Al KBUt)
8PKKK, l'eatc, N. J., leovorih cork of uncb
Sold By PAUL SCHUII
AND DYDltUtiUts rs KVEIIYWH,:KK.
1 imve a pualtlvu riuuily .'.,r tht. elwre iIIii iiko; Iiv It
re thoiiMnue of crmt-e uf the wurat klnil ami of Iniiir
iiiridinij hnvo been eureil. luileed, no ntnuirj ii mv miiu
41 ilm-tlleiley, tlmt I will HPtiii TWO MlllTl.t: i I'UlH in.
pther with VAl.l AIII.K IKKATISHon tills dueiuii.t
4iij iUlorur. (live Uapn-m ami P.O. ailing '
UB. T. A. HLUCl'M, 191 roiibi.,NuwTurk.
Tevil g Stoc'te o- Bond-i yielding
Tt.N Pr.UCK.NT. Per annntn, and over,
Jnay obtain mil partlcila'a. w:th ealUrnct'irv lefer
oni-ne ati-l 'i-eitn oiiiHle, by atldreeeln t II. B'. IS.
PKLI., Fln'l Ab'i, iiiCjiigreee St., B.ielon, Mar.
Menilnu i hid payer.
IS MAN OFACTUKSD SY
BROS. & CO.,
?T MAKE EVBUY VARIETY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
About 7,000,000 v.trh d( norktins
are worn in thii country c I vv icar,
lilllj Pllliniaitnilllir I
THE 'GREAT GERMAN
JU'lli'Vee nd curve
UE4IMI lit, TIIOTIIACIIE,
SQfiE THROAT, : '
QUIiNHY, H'lit,LI'G, ,
nreni, Cute. Bruliea,
lit UK, fH Al.VM,
Anil all ullier Ixnllly arbi
ami pallia, .
FirTf CENTS BOTTLE, ..
fi.iit hy nil Drneaiete and
Iieelere. lilrecilvna lu U
Tht ChjrlelK Vogeltr Co.
Ueilt I ex or, M 4 l . Hk 4 .
iinn ny rnnnnimj onracive urictiy to oneeiaeaor work! r.Y einploylne none Tint, tbo nont
of VOIIKlll!K, iielni? uottitnjf bat FIItST-CLASS IMPllOVr.D MACHINERY and the VEUY
BEST of HtLKCTKD TiMBhR, and by TilOKUUUH KNuWLEDUiJ of tb buuluoas, wa bur
juiuy earueu mu ropuiauou oi makiug
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Mannfartnrcr have ahollahed tho warranty, bnt Agent! may, on tbelr own reaponalblllty, glr
the followlu; warranty with each wsgtin, If ao agreed:
We UtTctty U'armnt the Fisn BROS. WAOOM No... to ho well made In every partic
ular aud 01 pood material, and that tho (riirth of th eatuo la auffklont for all work witb fair
Uftge, Should any b-eukaye occur within one year from till date by reaeon of defective material
or wnrkiiiniielilp. rrpalre for tbe mmo will be (urnlebcd at place of alo, free of cbariro, or th
price) of mid repnlra, ai per agent' price I let. will b paid lu casb hy tb ptircbaior producing a
lamplo of tbe broken or defoctlvo parte an evidence.
Knowing w can inlt you, we ollclt patronage from every ertlon nf tho United State, Send
tot Prki and Torm, and for a copy of TUE KAC1NK AOIltri'l.TUItlKT, to
I'liU UHOH. dt CO., llcln, Wl.
A puwuiitil inuniuutluu com-
losod mostly of EssentlM Oils
The most paaetratliiK Mnlinent
known. HnnnneetittiitoH tlmln
fkw rROi-a appllwd to tho imrfnr Will Penetrntetothsvory Bon,
und almost Instantly RILIIVI PAIN! It will not flail Clothln-,
hiw KQ KQUAt, for tho Qnro of Rbcnmiatlam. Sprln.jTOlaeia.
Stiff Joint, NooraJstaw Lam Bavok. Cravmp Tooth-Arho.
Bora Throat- Paina In tho Llmba or ID any Dart Of tlio Kysloitl
land ou&Uy efflcaoloiiafor all pulnl In th Stomach and Bowel
reiminuB a Dowoniu umusivo lummaat, roe jiinrrrir Ainmrnie
Ailt your Drugxiat tor It. rrloe DO eu per bottle
Spared only by IAOQ3 1. UERIUELL,
What I low 1 ttJI