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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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W. r :.nniHM, river edttorof Cat Biti.i.kti
aud atcarohou paisenifer ai-ant. Order for nil
lilmUnf iMumWt Job priming aoltclled. (Mice
I Howe European Uotel, No. Ti Ohio levee.
BTAOKS OP TUB HIVKK.
The rivur niarkud by tlio gaus last
evening it thia port, 40 IW-t and 1
inch trtd riaiog.
'Cincinnati, Kob. 18-9 p. iu. -River (15
fact 0 inches and rising.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 13 6 p.m Uivor 17 feet
5 inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 13 p. m. Ilivf-r 41
fi't 0 inches And rising.
iNnnhville, Feb. 13 6 p.m. Kiver4l frot
3 inches and rising.
. St. Louis, Feb. 18-6 p. ui. River 5 foet
4 inches and falling.
Thu Ohio loao Memphis this evening
Tim Commonwealth left lier far St.
L ui y ester lay.
The Henry A. Tyler departed f r O-ceo-la
la-t eruning with a fine trip of flight
The Tims. Shurl'ick from Now Orleans
will surely report hens this morning lor
Yesterday ws exceedingly ilis(.'reeiil)!e
and rtiniti: nil lty. limine on the
That new and rapkl packot W. H. Cherry
i dm here this morning from Nashville
aud will li)v. here on her return trip at
3 p. in. to-day."
The Andy lhum for Memphis so I Mry
Houston for New Orleans are still above
the bridge at Cincinnati and will remain,
there until the waters "take a tumble."
Thi flu steamer City of Baton H uge
with a big trip of frejgbt and poopio ar
rived last night. She leaves here this
id irning for St. Louis.
The Jas. VV, Gad for Cincinnati is over
duo from Memphis. She baas big trip and
will er a g t d lot f pastong'-rs fwj for
Louisville and Cincinnati.
Once more to the front. The St. Louis
and Ttducih pitck-jt Hudson is advertised
to leavo at. Louis this evening. She has
been lying up a'. St. L ui ev tr since the
The John A. Soulier left here last even
iag for N''W Orleans with all the freight
the could carry nearly 2,000 tona of way
freight and a big cabin register. If she
don't make money on this trip then there
U do use in stestnboating.
The Ous Fowler from Paducah will re
port hereon time this afternoon, connecting
with trains going north, south, east and
wea'. Leaving here on her return trip at
0 p. ru.
The river at Cincinnati has gouu beyond
the bounds of reason and marked by
th 9 gauge lait evening 05 feet and rising.
A lengthy account of the condition of things
thero in c inm quonco of tho high water
can bo socn by referring to the St. Louis
H'ipublicu an 1 QlobtvDjinncnt of yester
day. The Urgent stage of water ever
knowu is reported.
Tins .is a free country! sure, tut you
can't get Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup free ot
charge, it costs you s quarter every time.
From the following item in the Globe.
Democrat several days ago, it would appear
that some. Paducah girls are "mashers" aud
red-headed: "Odlo.er Harney Burke
of the Union depot squad, acted
as an escort yesterday for
two youngmun who were taken to the
olllco of the chief of police, where they gave
the name of II. O'Brein and Oeorgo Capua.
O'Brien alleged that he was from Paducah,
Ky., and had been deputized to bring back
the daughter of a Mr. Ewill, of that place,
who, lie claimed, was enticed away by
Capua an l concealed somewhere in this
city. C ipui deuied the accusation, but
told where thu girl could bo found. Officer
Burke went to the plnce indicated and re
turned in a short time accompanied by
Miss Kwill, a bouncing Kentucky glrPwilh
strawberry locks. film said that she was
21 years.of ago and came here after obtain
ing the consent of her father, who conveyed
her trunk to tho boat. O'Brien evidently
took an interest In the girl on his own ac
count, aside from being her father's agent,
and her arrival led to a moHt amusing con
test between the rival claimants, each on
doavoring to Induce the yo tig woman to
accompany - him. Capua whs more ot the
swell in dross and appearance, and although
a black eye aud several scars about tho face
bore eloquent uvldonce that be bad recently
received pretty rough usage at somebody's
hands, Miss Ewill manifested hor prefer
ence for him, and they Ictt the building
together, to the undisguised discomfit
ure of O'Brien."
THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14 1883.
As dining is the spec-id f.-nto) i of the
Keason, and a woll-nnlcr.' I mul niipoint
cd dinner a slgnnl triumph for the
hou.selicepf'r, Home hint upon the prop
it decoration mid Hrniiicnirut of tho
dinner table may nut come utiiiss. Tho
linen must he nf the eolor of swan's
down, und an innocent of starch, the
napkins bh, Boft, mid luiiidHorne, ond
especially well aired. Xothi ig so gives
the impression of poor liou-iekccplng ns
a d,'ini iiaj)ldn. Jhirniisk holds moist
ure ititerminitbly, mid after being iron
ed napkiiH imit be shaken out of their
folds Kiel iunr before the lire epon a
rack until every thread is dry, and then
refolded. If a bit of rii4imiiry, laven
der, or orris rot is put in the linen
chest or drawer, if gives just a suspicion
of perfume to the linen, which is vastly
preamble to the mild odor of brown
soaji so commonly present.
. Many people like-the. plush or satin
scarfs down (he center of tho table.
These have bci-n soni'-what out of favor,
but now that flowers are losing prestige,
the brilliant scarf eomes to tho fore
again. A row of frn lives down eith
er side of the scarf, tin? ends slipped
under the satin, is very pretty, the del
lento fronds in contrast with' the white
linen. All the decoratiou is confined
Jo this strip of satin, which, if of pnle
blue, scarlet, or lavender, is a good foil
for majolica fruit baskets and high can-dlest'i-ks
of brass, which are the latest
approved decoration. The basket has
a high uplght handle, and is divided
into coii'purt merits, in which grapes,
oranges, bananas, and a couple of lem
ons for effect arj mingled. In on", com
partment is a pair of grape scissors,
with which each guest ' cut off nich
grapes as he prefers.
The custcrs are, of course, upon the
sideboard, and beside them is a slim
cut-glass jug full of vinegar, and an
other tilled with salad oil. These are
handed at the request .of the guest, and
replaced when u-cd. The same ru'o
applies tn putM.ird, unices and catsup.
So great audition is now paid to sea
Mining d!iid' t di'die in the cooking
that t'i pa--, the cruets is implied re
proach. Pepper and salt, are the only
condiments that are placed on the table,
and thc.c are set net n little cruets be-
eet every ceim p;;tc. Thcv fife of
cut-;;!:' -, majolica, biupie, or china,
and in -1 ? pe a -lender little l.jrd, re)
tile or ib.iwer. The latter i-. suiiplied
with a nictftli; e-ra iiiLr. but if the
shape is of a hb c
gre.nis of salt or pfj
bright, gem-like e :
( let ari; i 1 1 i I
or wren, the
full from the
nllt of d.Ve-tlle
straight tumbler of li
glaJ, d'jioi;iteil with a lielicate sand-
bla-t tracery, are f.idv u-e,l. The wa
ter gl.iH is the la.-ge'-t. md the others
follow it in hape. 'J he wine jugs are
generally of tinted ia. The water
jogs are of crystal, and Imld from one
to three pint-i. bits of broken ice are
put in the glares, and tin-guests help
themselves fmm the water jug. A plate
of bread, a glass nf celery, and the sil
ver folks. kiiicsHie! spisiiis neci'-s.-ary
for the coiiises are. in addition to the
decontve niaMers meniinncd al ove, all
that appear upon the table.
liiiiiu r Ire-id i cut in sli.v 'i quarter
of an inch thick, and the wle e size of
the loaf., w'.ielj should nr f.e larger
than the center ef !j d cri .''ate. The
brertd, ui'eonling to the latest dictu ni,
should be broken with the left hand lin
gers, and no cnunl'S must be left upon
the cloih. This will be a serious draw,
hack to people v.lm.-e chit f enjoyment
of a dinner appears to be the pleasure
of making pills of tie- bread crumbs be
tween the coiirs'-s. .Side dishes are hap
pily quite under the ban: vegetaoles,
such a corn. bean, peas, cabbages,
and caulillowcr, nr prepared ns nearly
dry as possible and served iu regular
courses upon the dinner plate. Cran
berries even are boiled to a jelly, and
eaten fixini the dinner plate wlth'a fork
instead of being served from small
Mowers, as before stated, form but
little part of table decoration. The
fashiuu was overdone and made simply
a matter of display, and so the thing
baa recoiled upon itself.
A MiRguidVd Showman,
A foolish Showman once Advertised
for the Following Curiosities: a Printer
who carried Tobacco, a N'egro Minstrel
who Did not w ear a Ping , Hat, a Wo
man w ho did not Wash ner Face with a
Rag, 8ti Editor who had Ten Dollars in
his Pocket, a Dog whoso Hind legs
were in riuniu witn tin Jrront Legs, a
Business Minagcrwho did not Consider
tho editors Robbers, and a Pair of Shoes
that were too Small for tho Lady who
wore them. The foolish Showman died
a Death of Hitter Disupuoiutuient.
i i i. ,
The telephone has proved a boon to
the beleagued czar, whose fear of nihi
lists keeps him well nigh n prisoner in
his pulaee. Being fond of tho opera,
and not daring to attend the pel-form-slices,
lie bad the -palace telephone con
nected with the stage of I he opera-house
and, with his ear to the instrument, he
is able, It is' said, to enjov the music
almost as thoroughly as if to occupied
the imperial bos. It is possible that
telephones are managed better in Rus
sia, but if the czar has the usual trouble
with the central office whenever he
wants a connection with the opera-house
or any other place, he will probably
conclude before long that, telephone!
are as fatal to peace of mind as the mosl
dariug and unscrupulous nihilists.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Hor Thr-iml, Nwtsllhiaw. Nprnlna, BrnUio,
Hum. NMlil, t'mal Ultra,
iKB LI, ItTllllll HIIIIII, TAINS 4 Sit Al'lltS, '
SoM h Uruillu ana Di-iikn .rth.r.. Kllu Viuu bolllo.
IHroDtluna In II Unu. ,
TUB Ml Allies A. VWUKI.rK CO.
ISmihii w A. nxir.nu a W) SalllMns U.S. A,
TUIi REI7ARD Or MERIT.
flow a Horoio Detroit Tirotuan Wa Com
ptiiated for Loss tnntnimd In Gal
lantry, Phil Kiiiper, the hero of the lire in tho
Telegraph Block, Detroit, tin,s himself
in n most einliainn. tag position, ami,
being adiiVideut youth, don't know how
to get OIR Of it,' iiS th frn. J'rrSD.
Phil Us a sweetheart, m,d at Chrisliuas
ho received from her fair hands an ele
gantly embroidered hat band, the work
of the self-same fair hands. No knight,
of old was ever prouder of his lady's
colors than was Phil of his hat band.
It w ill be remembered that, after as
sisting all the other operatives out upon
the. ladder, Phil went to the dressing
room and brought out nnnful after arm
fill of hhawls, overcoats, haN, etc,., and
threw them out of the win. lew. After
hn had saved the garments of all the
others he bethought him of his ow n,
which he had left in the batterv-rooiu.
He rushed to rescue them, but was too
late; the room ws filled with ihnne.
It was w ith a sorrowful face that Phil
said to a Free J'nxs reporter the next
day, "I don't care anytning about my
overcoat, or hat. or the sleeve buttons
that were in my rtiffd, for I ran replace
them. but. I wouldn't have h n that hat
band for a thousand dollars."
Tho reporter made an item of Phil's
bereavement, and that is w hat has placed
Phil in a dilemma. Th. re are hundreds
of ladies in the city whose hearts were
fired with admiration for Phil's coolness
and bravery, nnd they would have- re
joiced at an opportunity to tell biru so,
but were unaeqmdntoil with evon hia
features. Neither could they "chip in"
a dollar or so apiece and. lm- him an
overcoat, as did his friendr of t'l.e Board
of Trade. That little Item in the Free
J'ms oiiened the doors to them. They
could slip down to tho faie-v stores anil
bazars, buy Phil a hat-bruv) and send it
to him w ith a warm little wc of re
spect and admiration. :,:-rrig it "An
This they. could do and they did. The
item appeared Wednesday' morning.
Before dark Phil had rceei'j re.l on the
books of messenger boys for seventeen
perfumed white envelope. The letter
carrier on his last round tint afternoon
brought him eleven missives, and the
first one Thursday morning brought
him twenty-two more, the noon delivery
twenty-eight and the cavming thirty-one.
In the meantime the nie-'-'uiirer boys
had brought in forty-six. Yesterday
morning they sent over a locked pouch
from the postoffice and Phil is goino- to
open it on Sunday instead of going to
church. His oflfce me!!.. like a per
fumer's laboratory, and he has got an
embroidered hat-band for e cry day in
the year, with the returns si ill coming in.
Chriap Luncheon in Washington.
The lunch-rooms of Washington are
characteristic of the citv, and 1 know
of no place in the world that has their
like. They are found in every block
ond usually keep excellent coffee and
delicious rolls. Many of them have a
coffee which they advertise as French
drip. This la very good, nnd there are
places w here vou'get a common cup of
it aud three rolls ami butter for 10
cents. Dairy lunches, they call them,
and they have al-o a cfiocolate, and
excellent cream and milk at the same
Tho French drip roffee is kept In a
patent nickel-plated barrel, which Is
heated by gas, ami so made that its
conteets." though they stand all day,
are as fresh and sweet at night as when
the coffee was first made. One of the
ben of these is just across from the
Treasury Department. It is different
from anything I have seen nnvwhere.
It is where Treasury clerks and others
run in and get a lunch ot noon, and
when I glanced In to-day it was filled
with young men nnd maidens seated In
two row.s along the walls on wicker
work chidrs; all drinking Java coffee
out of what looked like pint shaving
mugs. There were no tables, and the
drinkers held their lunches ia their
hands. One fair girl had a steaming
mug in one hand and a hnm sandwich
lp the other, and from the generous bites
she took from the latter, Icovld tell she
was both healthy and hungry. Anoth
er crunched a cracker with Ler coffee,
and still another, regardless of indiges
tion, filled her mouth between drinks
with mince pie.
Going to the bar at the back where
the customers were served, I ordered a
cup, and on asking for sugar I was
pointed out two holy water basins
nailed to the wall on ea'ch side of the
room, aud filled with sugar lumps. The
room was very neat and clean. Pict
ures were on the walls, and a matting
covered the space not occupied by
chairs. It is a pleasant place for the
Treasury clerks and, I doubt not. forms
the scene of many a Hu tation between
those of the different sexes, Ckvelund
Modeling pottery is .s d, IK-lufiil an
occupation ns making nm l y. .. 'i10
student, with a board vm hr lap or on
a table, takes up a lump of clay and
kneads it to a proper cniiM-.tencv w ith
water. With a little leaf-sheped w'o.vlen
knife she carves out a ms.' ml 'as each
petal is shaped she takes n . ainel's-hair
brush ami paints the whole flower with
water, or rather what she calls slip
that is, water made tho thickness of
cream with clay. Iron pins nro used
for veining tho leaves and each bud and
flower is copied from the natural object
placed In fore the artist. During nil
these processes the vase, or article to be
decorated must be k-.pt moist. If it is
too wet, it will melt away into clay; if
too dry, it will crack and I r. ;,k in the
firing, nnd when at last nil the orna
ments arc attached they are painted in
natural eolorsiaud the 'hod v of the vaso
receives its proper lint. -FhUoilchtliin
Some Americans abroad are adopting
tho English fashion of a single eye-glass
A correspondent of the Boston Ikralu
recently made fun of one (f them foi
wearing It, when he replied: "Well,
you see, it's fashionable, nnd It, doesii'i
mferfero w ith the f-ight of your olhei
eve." The theory of the single glass it
thnt only one cyo'is near sighted. Bui
tho correspondent, thinks it remarkitbU
that It should always be the right eye
Ho never knew but one man to w ear the
fdass in his left eye, utid he proved to ba
Mr. and Mrs. Spoopeudykfl.
"And so, my dear," observed Mrs.
Spoopeitdke, 'as sho nnd her husband
reached their room Mind she stepped be
fore the glass to arrange her crimps,
"ami so, my dear, that was tho Legis
biture, was it? hoover expected Unit
I should ever see a live Legislature?"
"Y'oti didn't think it waa going to be
a dead one, did you?" growled Mr.
Spoopendyke, who had just discovered
a rip in the sleeve of his overcoat; "you
don t think I brought you up here n't an
enormous sacrifice of comfort aud cash
just to show you a stuffed Legislature,
"N-n-n-no." faltered Mrs. Spoopen
dyke; "l didn't think it was exactly
that. Only I wanted to know what it
was about, that's all."
"Well, it was about time you got out,
if that's all," retorted Mr. Spoopen
dike, ripping away at the hole in his
sleeve to see if tho "stitches were strong
either side of the rent. "It was about
making laws, that's what it was about."
"But that's just the part I don't un
derstand," insisted Mrs. Spoopendyke.
"A law is something about oeingarrest
ed, but I can't get it through mv head
how they make them."
"You got the law part right," rumin
ated Mr. Spoopendyke, "and I'm not
sure but what you've hit it prcttv close
on the density of your head. I'll tell
you, my dear," ho continued gravely;
"you saw thnt place with the Ail around
It and the man behind It; well, that is
the law machine. They throw the leg
islature in at one end and the law conies
out of the other. They used to buy
second-hand laws and pour them into
new bottles, but they finally caught tho
combination and now they make their
own stock. But you want to watch it
closely. None genuine without signa
ture on the label; stand in a cool place;
these laws are only good for specific
crimes; for any .ether crime try our ex
tra celebrated extra session laws, for sale
by all druggists. See into it now? Bo
gin to get a dim, dawning notion that
a Leginlature is not an aquarium?
Think you would kuow a Legislature
from a crick in your back, if you saw
them coming down street arm inarm?"
"That's different from what I sup
posed," murmured Mrs. Spoopendyke.
"I thought a Legislature was where they
all got liigether and make up their
minds whether the police did right or
"Did, did ye?" grinned Ir. Spoopen
dyke, between lis teeth.
"Anyway. I'm glad I came," sighed
Mrs. Spoojiumh ke, "because. I saw the
Governor, ' and she patted down the
front of her dress, and twisted herself
into a bow knot to see if her panierhurfg
right for dinner.
How to Avoid Pruukonness.
Forbid ' intoxicating uostruins and use
Parker's Ginger Touic iu your family. This
delicious remedy never intoxicates, is a true
blood and brain food, and aiding all the
vital funetiocs never fails to ii vigorate.
A gentleman from Orwell, Pa., called
my attention to Eiys' Crcnra Balm as a
remedy lor Catarrh", Hay Fever, &c. He
was so earnest in asserting it to lie a posi
tive cure (himself having been cured by
it) that I purchased a stock. The BhIh
has already effected a numberof cuies. P.
F. Hyatt, M. D B .r lentown, N. J.
Mrs. Hannah Trow-on. Chicaso. III., ssvs
"I gHve Brown's Iron.Bitiers" to my two
children as a tonic, after they bad suffered
from scarlet fever, and it restored their
Free ot Cost.
All pi isullb Wlshinir to fest the innritanf
a grent remedy one that will positively
cure Vonsuinpthin, i:oUirhs, Colds, Asthma,
uroncintis, or any Direction of the Throat
aud Lunas are requested to call at Harry
W.fcfchuh's drusr store and yet a trial hot
tie of Dr. Kind's New Discovery fur Con
sumption free of e st, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size Mtlowill do. (1)
Will you Cuutrh when Shiioh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
A Conirh, Cold or Sore l hrout
should be stopped. Ai.yluct f'reiiu nil re
sults m an Iumuabie Lum ilisens,. ,,t cm
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Tr.K'hes do
not rtisovuer ttie stomach like couh syjps
aud balsams, but act directlv on tho intUm-
ed parts, allayiiif,' irritutiuu, yive relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coiidis, Catarrh, and
the Throat Troubles which Mincers and
Public Sneakers are subier.t to. For rhii tu
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have heel,
recommended by physicians, aud always
give perlect satisinction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have nttuined
well-merited rank among the few stuph:
remedies of the age. Hold it 2b cents a
boi every where.
Highest Prize Port Winfl.
The bet,t wino in the country, thnt took
the highest premium M the Centennial, i
Sp'jer's Pert Gr.po Wine, wlrch has be
come the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine aud his P. J. Brandy
sre now liinu UHcd by physicians every
where, who reiy up m them as bting the
purest to bo hsd. It is unsurpassed for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine. For Sale by Paui, O Scurni.
Shiioh's C iturh Uemody a p sitivo
euro for Catarrh, lliptheris and Canker
Now ix the time to treat Catarrh of long
landing. Elys' Crcm ITdm reaches old and
obst.imte cases, where all other remedies;
fail. Do not ueulect procuring a bottle,
as in it lies the ruliel you seek. Piiee 50
ccuts. Apply into nostrils with littlo flrger.
vJl rat '
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Th Howard rWriinlo Si leld And onr othxr Flrtm.
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JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT will
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wr.U.-nonmvTl'vis, a,.tit frcchr mail. Don't iMiri
nwmcit. l'rrT"iitl.i-t la l-ticrtlmn cure. LH.JOI1N
JON ft ro. POSTOS. MASS., form. rlrrvi(K.t,:.
tT riaaosa' 1'cuOATiva luxa iimkunew rlcti bloo
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A raeular Oi-iiduuta of to mrdlral
Cull. .'., Ii.-is In'. -ii li.iiKcr i-iiL-nfi J In th.. t rent
nimt (if I 'hronle, N'e rvona, I- Win niwl
Jllno.l lilx-.e-. s tln.n nnr ntlu r plivsl.'tnn In
St. l.ouls. ns city papers bLaw and all olilna.
d.-iitt know, l onsiiltiill.m . t nill. e or hj mall,
ficpini.l Invlte.l. t'rU'iidlv lalkor lilanplnlon
COsIs iiulliliiij. WIicii n s (nronvpiiU'iit tovlslt
liu cliy .or Ir. nlui.'iii. infill, lues can licaeni
by mull nr express evnrvw hero. Cnritlilp ca-ea
(ruaiaiiu c.l; where doiil.t exhta n it frankly
atatwl. Call or Write. '
Ktvous Prostration, Dnbility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mnrcuritil and cthor
affections of Throat, Skin anrl BoneaBlood
ImpuriUos and Blood Poisonin?. Skin Alfoe-
tiorn, Old Sores ard Clcnrs, rmpedimonts la
Marriage, Rheumatlm, Piles. Special
attention to cm;s from ovor-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES reeeira special attention.
Diseases arising from Iniprudnnces.EicesgfH
Indulgen?; or Expoaurn.
It 19 flf.(.vlili"it that a lilivelelnn paying
partlciiidi' atliiitl.iii to a clan of rams allalua
Rieai skill, and ilivlclan In reutilar pracllea
all nvcr tl..- . " Mn:rv knowing Hits, iVa.nentljr
rwoini . . i lie oLlet offlce In Ani'rlca
where n. i ioioau appliance H resorted to.
and the proved fcood r-merlie of all
aires and 0"iinn le are used. A whole lions la
used fur office purpo'es, and all aretreuted with
kill In a rcspcctlul mnnuer: and. knowing
whnt to .In. no eperl menu are mn.lo. Onao
emm: of the great nuiiilur applvlnic, the
charites are kei.t low. often i.meV IhHn la
demanded by ntliera If u ternrc Iheajkl'l
and net o "needy and pci-fect lllo nire, that la
the important mutter. J'ainphlet, 36 pagea,
cut to any .iddre IVee.
puns. I CARRIAGE GUIDE, i ?&
rieifnt flnth and pill hlnillr. Rentr.l fnr 50
eenla In nr em r.-in y. over ililv won-
.Vrfiil pen ilrtur. s, true p. life ai tleli son lhl
'ulloM Inn Minted. ho ma) nmriy. w lm not;
wh ? 1'ioper ai;e to n.Tirrv, Who inurry lirat.
danhoo.l. W 'omNi.ixl. I hvs.-nl decay. Who
should iimr. y. How I .f-a'., I leipphu .'iii:,y lw
iicreae.l. Thoe iiiurrt.,1 or ronleniiiliuliiR
p.urrylnif lionl, rciel It. i t ottf-M to Le rend
(iv all Hilillt .i ri.onri. then kept nn. ler Irs k and
key. 1'upiilnr ed M Ion. s in,,.' as nl o e, but npef
f.vir and Hi hki. H Ccu'oi lo mall. In munu
s,ti!-'t 'j 'iiiwl
117 TO I
I ' JL.PW JU
18 MANDFACTUliED EY
FISH BEOS. 2i 00.,
WK MAKE EVKRY
Farm, Freight and
of WOll K UK'S, uelng notblns but KlItST-Ct.ASS IMPItOVi-1) MACHINERY and tho VKH?
ana ny ronntiin'' otiracivei stricuyto one c ns of
nc-i oi -MiLiivui tH iiauiiwi, mm oy a TUUKWUUIl liUV LUUUU oi tho buslucee, we have
Juitly earned the reputation of making
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Manufacturers have nbollabud tho warranty, but Apenti niny, ou Iholr own rraponslblllty, give
the following warranty with each waon, If m agreed:
We Hereby Wiirrant tho K1SII BROS. WAGON No to be well made In every panic-
. ular and oi pond miuuriul, and that tho strength of tbe "nine la tuftldent for all work wltb fair
nsapo. Should any brcakao occur within one year from this ditto hy reaaou of defective material
or workmanship, repairs for the tame will bo' furnished at plaroof tale, free of cbarpe, or tb
price of tmld repairs, aa per njeni'e price list will be paid lu caali by tho purchaser producing
sample of the broken or defective parti un evldonce.
Knowlnp wa cau ault von, we tollrlt nstronapo from every aecllon of the ITultod 8tato, Send
tor Prlcee and Teruu, and for a copy uf THE KAC1NIC AOKlrtTl.TDUlHT, to
IIKOS. & Co.. ltMctur, Wit,
rr.vr hkops appiieu to uio sitnaco win
.... IbaaIam IhA fiblM AW I ..I. .'A J I
a m 1U1HOBI, inai.aniir nibltva l-AINI
no, uhwwi ll 'stihv uispKiniMe eiieou in miy niiiu. ai
has wo KQDAi,tortluCnr)of Rheomatlsm. Sprains. Brnlsws.
Stiff Joint. Nenralirtau Littne
Sore Thi-oiat. P&inain tL Limb
und fs equally pffleioloii Tor all palti'
requiring a powerful diffusive stimulant
Ask your Druggist for It. Price Mcu per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB fk KEXUUXL,
Whol 1 Praa-rlat, tj. LOW. WO
PUB Ji MILK 1 1
Aak y. ur inl ki an to
fHlv)r ymir milk In tha
WiRKKN MILK JAHS.
U tbe milk la pure tha
cream can ha aeen In
every Jar. If no caam
la aeen, it la tint ai It
atinu d be and needa your
aitenttnn. The milk It
cleaner, tweeter tnd Da-
kJT tAXSP Milk J oil than I
!' 1 u3 otherwny. 'I'hejr ru o
YeA JLJ L JhrMCltlr..i
.... j..ii t. -
:r iir'iTnirti m inu nie
I I mmtl.' U 111 "UllUlllirmiCltlet, aud
IVSgJ are adant.ri to all rltl..a
and i wua . n nlara and pricea on application
to VV. U. WHITEMAX, li Murray St., Hw York.
I.N KVEItY IsTAiK I.N IIC VINO Uitv, County
nd Ht.te rlRhia In r.VKMiKNM PATKNT ALE
I'OVi G.Nii. K, tor diavtnt; Alo without a pitcher.
A pich'tnt nnd rt'tnunaraMvi) hnlnaat amonir.
rlnaa of men moa' I'heml lu htivlnir a IiiIck of
merit the hotel aud flrai-claaa tulnou keep, rt of
Aine lca and Cana'a. H.ud postal card for de
arciptlve circulur Iree,
JMRS W. EVEXOKX.
Patentee r (1 M mufaetarer, Homo, N JT,
TO ADVEItTMc RS.-Loweat Itatua loradertii
Ititf tn US pood newapapcra tent tree. Addreit
GEO. 1. HOWKlXJkCO , 1U KprnieSt., N. y.
"f-Vff sj f V10t' "f " eepine by. ro
lf Ij'W If I "and dare helnra yen die, torn...
llit I "lri(t ml.hty and inblima
II) IjliJ I ''-avu hihlnd loconqtierttme."
" I'M a week In your own town.
Hve Dollar ointlt fre. No
rlak. Kt-rvlhlng new Cnpital not required. We
will fiirnlab you cvorylhiiin. Many aro making
lortnnea. I.adiei nmko aa mnch aa men and boya
aud irlrlt mtke preat pay Header, if you want
buidLca at wb eh von can make great, pay ell the
Oni, write for panlcijlart toll. 1MI.LKTJ' tt CO,
SO USE F0H THEM.
Coucerniiic Certain Eelios of the Past
I that have had their JMy.
Ocorpa Stepbenaou'a "Rocket," and tbe ina'iil
flcent locomotivea of to-day, are built npon tha
tame geni'ial princlpto, yet tbe much I no with
utech the Kr. at engltieer astnnlelied hla ap,e, it In
tervitlng now ou'y aa an Illustration of thebeirin.
nlng of the Invention. There werj plainer,, wltb
hotealn ,hem loug lieforn BEN'SOS'h CAPC'INK
POROUH PLASiER anrpriaed both ibe public
and the phyalelana: ti d Ine triu mj U of the Cup
clue la founded upon the partial t uccei-eea, or tbe
Utt.T fallurea of Its prcdveenioir." . Everythil R of
value In the old porona piiialer la retained in tbe
Caprine; tint aa th! point, all roinparalon end,
and coutnmt begins. K. r esiimple;
Tim old plrta er were alow In llieir action; tbe
Capcine Is qnlck nnd nue.
Tbe old plaatera lacked the p.r.ver lo do more
than to Impart alight, temporary lelli f iu earee
eaHy of treatment; ilm t'lipcluu p.netrutea the
system and permatieutly c-.iret tbe trotililet for
vih'uh it la recommended.
'lb-! old it-(. ra depended for any g'.od reaulta
theynuphl strain up -u an incident ofttielr makers
and ibe naked I'dilr-of their wearert; the Douaon't
reacliea Itt enda by iin-ana of the acien'iflc Comhl
atlou of the rare nu dlrlnu! Ineredlenti which It
lu brief, ibe old p!tera, like S'epienaon's dls
(arded engine, are awlirhid , fl- hu traek, while
the Henaon'a to a on Itt wav wlbnlng unldeu opin
ion from all anrta of penplo,
Yel In ibis very fuct 11 thn le llni( dnnger to
the people vttio buy and line thla rellahle and tci
entitle remedy, "lhpocrlay ia the tribute vice
paya to virtuj." I mi' ation li the conceaaion fail
ure n akeati tucceas, Hcuanii't Plasters are pa
rodied lu name and atjlo.
ll"nri' of .wtndle. The genuine have the word
CAI CiNE ri-Tln the center. I'rlrettcents.
Seabiify S Jobnaou. t hernials, New Y. rk.
1 l,af I'onilvo r.'iuudy r.,r Hit. alu.vii illm uno; liy it
,.,..,innu" ui cHFea oi ina wert.1 aitl.l ami 01 Inn
Mandliigr ham lieon cured. Iu.leed,anati,'iii; li niv .aliS
m lUeltlcacy, that I -art 1 1 aeml TWO Rll'ITI.KI FIIRK to
ile.r i-ithVAl,l'AUI.M TSKaTISKon una diamu.kt
toy uffcur. Ulve Kxeiv.o and p. o. ail.lreaa.
CO. T. A. SLOCTM, l riulbl.,Nw Vurk.
Ptvig Stoc'ta n' Bnudi yielding
may obtain full niutlrila'a, with atlactorv lefer
encea and leatlnionialt, hy addreaaln II. Bt.I3.
Dh'.LL, Flu'l Ag't. 4Cougreae St., Boaton, Mats
aienuon una paper.
work: v omn ov ni none but the Tina
V powei iul luviiunilloti coin-
Hsod mostly of Kssrntial Oils
The most penetrating Liniment
known. Hn rnnenntpiilil flinfn
Penetrate to tha very Bon,
1. I ... 1.1... 1 .
It nrtii not Hnll Clnthlnff.
Bok. Cramp. Tooth-Ar he.
or tn Any Durt of tho bvslem
In the Stomach and Bowel.
Hoo Mern'll'a Altniiinr.