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In fever and ague districts, In tropical ami other
regions visited by epidemics, Hint indued iu a 1
lucaliiiei where lhe condition' aic unfavorable tu
health, t'in famoin vegetable Invigorunt uud al
terative, lluitellrr'i Htomach Miter, has been
found a potent tafegtiard even to lc bio r ntifti n
tlon and fragile frames, while as ar.ure forindl
(Hitton, biliousness a'id ktimred coniplaintn. 1 1 is
without a rival.
Koraalubv all dtugglils and dealers generally.
Vitals yucstioiiH I!
Ask the ni'st etniruht phyhician
Of any sdum!, what in thu bust tiling in
the world for qtiietiiiL' ami ullnvinj' nil irri
tation of the nerves mm! curing (ill forms of
nrrvous complainte, yivmr iiatinul, child
like rcl'rt'shitii; slurp ulw)?
Ami they will tr 1 1 you iinhibit;itiii!y
Soni(; form ot Ho) ! '
Ask any or all of the ni'mt eiiiincrit phy
sicians: "Wh'it iri the bot htjii only r-m-iy that
can be relied on to cure all disease of the
kidneya and urinary organs; Mich sa
Britjlil'ii disease, dialieti n, rrtetition or ina
bility to retain urine, and all the diseaM-B
and ailments peculiar to Women."
"And they will tell ymi explicitly and
Ask the siune physicians
''What is the most tellable and surest
cure for all liver diseases or l mh; con
Biipatiou, indigestion, bilious-uf, malirial
fever, A:c.,"and th-y will tell you:
Mandrake! or Dandelion!''
Hence, when these remedies are omiiin
ed with others equally valuable
And comMunded into Hop Hitter.-, such
a wonderful aDd mysterious curative power
in developed which in s.) varied in its opera
tion that no disease or ill health can po-si-bly
exist or resist i's power, and yet it is
Harmless fr the most trail woman,
Weakest invalid or smallest child to hm
"Almost dead or nearl. dying'
For years, and yiven up by physicians of
Briht's and other kidney disease.-, liver
complaints, severe coughs called consump
tion, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy !
From itgorty of neuraluia. nervousness,
wakefulness and various liseases peculiar
People tlrawn out of shape from excruci
ating pane's of Rio'iimatisin.
Inflammatory and chronic, or suffering
Haft rhenrn, blood poisoning, dyspepsia, indi
gestion, a' d in f;ict almost all diseases frail
Nature t heir to
Have been cured by Hop Ilitt-r". proo( of which
Can bt found In every neighborhood in the known
POSSIBLE TO ALL.
What 'ai nrc don iesl o in any
Art secures to all. Hasan's
Magnolia llalm dispels every
blemish, overcomes Hedness,
Freckles, Sallowncss, Kouirh
ness, Tan, Eruptions and
.Notches, and removes all evi
dences of heat and excite
ment. The Macimlia Halm
imparts tho most delicate and
natural complexional tints
no detection he in? possible to
the closest observation.
I'nder these circumstances
a faulty Complexion is little
short of a crime. Matrnolia
Halm sold everywhere. Costs
only 75 cents, villi full di
rections. .11. Jii.igmni
A Now and Compintii Hotel. fronttnK on bevci.
Hucond aud Railroad Streets,
Tbe PassunKor llonot or iho Chlrneo, Ht. Louis
tod .osw Orleans! Illinois Central; Wabash. Ht,
Louis and Parities Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mohllwand Ohtoi Cairo and Ht. I.onia ltuiiav
are all Juatacmaa thn atreet; whllo thu Ktiminhnut
UnrtitiKla Imt otiBaqnarodlKiant,
Thl Hotol l healed hy iiteam, has lcmm
Lanndr. Ilydraullo Klpvatnr, Klectrlr I'nll llello,
Antomatlc Klro-Alanna, Hatha, almoltitely iiirg air,
nHetwraB nl complelo apixilnttneiils.
Haiierh nirnmhlnn; irfuct norvlcu; andantm
I Stale & Monroa Stt.. Chicago.
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K. A. BUKSKTT,
I'uhlihi'r and I'rnnrixtnr.
WIT AND HJMOR.
A Pitiibiirsr tailor Kiiilly rvU-r to hi
rw-cntlv broken cnueinont an his "kilt
Mint is s:iM to k'-on r:iU ami mice out
of tlit lioii.sii. If a fallow owned a mint,
In! could "also kifcp the wolf from the
Sin; s:tn "I want to bo an aiifjid,"
and he swore; thnt ulio was one already.
To tli in she bltiriliingly demurred. Then
he married her. Demurrer sustained.
"Hniile," asks the teacher, "which
animal attaches himself most to man?"
Kmile. after some reflection: "Tho
There is I'hipps, of Tennsylvania, An
gell, of Illinois, and Chase, of Massa
chusetts, all wanting to get out of jail
in lime for the winter lecture season.
A letter addressed to "Widow Smith,
Riehford, Vt., threw the postmaster in
to a panic, there bcinj eleven widows
of that name in Riehford.
Nat Goodwin, the actor, replied, on
beinjr asked what was the first thing that
struck him on his recent trip to Europe:
"The fellow who wanted to be 'lipped;'
he struck me everywhere."
"(Jan you change a $20 gold piece?"
be asked as he gently placed the empty
glass on the counter. "Yes," said tho
bartender. "Well, I'll go out and see if
I can find one."
Here is another point in favor of the
Darwinian theory: There is a boy in
Norristown who "sprang from a irion-k'-y."
The monkey belonged to an organ-grinder,
and attempted to bite the
boy. Xorrislown Herald.
"Yes," said the milliner, "the suicide
of Mrs. Drestokil is a terrible affair.
Why, she did it the very day I sent her
a new bonnet, and people may think
the bonnet had something to do with it,
and it will ruin me."
"Howdydo?" said one citizen to an
other this morning. "I feel like a big
sunflower," was the reply. "Y'ou do
look a little bilious, for a fact," re
marked the other, as he dodged the
A Western paper says: "SamWcldon
as shot last night in the rotunda by
Henry Parsons." About the worst
ilaee a man can be shot, next to tbe
heart, is in the rotunda. It invariably
"Yes," ttaidtlie Vermont deacon. "1
always go down to camp-meeting, and
alwavs come back feeling good. Doyoti
si'e tliat magnificent horse there in the
field? Well, you ought to have seen the
old plug I took down there."
Ice-cream is now made from kaolin,
a white clay tiscl in porcelain manti
fucitire. Notwithstanding this startling
fact the appetites of young women at
tin? fashionable .summer re.-urts remain
A colored girl at Atlanta, (la., was
knocked over by an engine, and in a
fi-w minutes got. up as if nothing unu
sual had happened, and looking after
the Heine said: "You' so got a heap of
politeness to serve a lady dat way."
A Texas judge brought back tho
niemorv to a witness w hose only an
s.vi r to ouestioiis was "I forget." A
threatened sentence to pay a line and
g to prison for contempt, was tho
Tin' Toledo lil'lilr student of charac
ter has made the discovery that when a
husband and wife aie together waiting
for or ritling in a street ear, it is invari
ably the wife who gives the signal for
the car tostop. Perhaps the poor man's
check could not be honored.
Always associate with people intellec
tually your superiors, my son; they
will, out of courtesy, give you the credit
of knowing as much as themselves and
not i;iostion you closely; but ignorant
folks are forever asking more things
than you can begin to answer.
The badge of his profession: "No,
call!" eveiieilly exclaimed a Southern
ilai'ky dominie, "dat whitewash on de
j-K'cbs oh my coat nebbor come from de
roost oh a ciiickcn-hoiise, Detn marks,
sah, am ile badge ob niv profession,
It is said by a physician of experience,
that tho safest place during a cholera
epidemic is the piney woods. This
Hlateimmt will start a boom for spruce
nnd pino gum, which will bo chewed
by persons who cannot emigrate to tho
There was once a man who bonsled
that (ileneral (Jrant had talked with
him. In a suhseipient interval of candor
ho explained that the General had said:
"What are you sneaking around my
tent for? Do you want to steal some
thing;?" "When Damn Fortune wants a man
tdie calls for him," says the Whitehall
TimcK. And very often finds him not
at home. Nine times out of ten he is
down nt the grocery storo sitting on a
soap-box, and telling what a cyclone his
grandfather was to cradlo wheat,
Tlie groom of Irorpiois, tho Urn
American Derby winner, says ho
"thinks as much of tho horse ai of his
wifn." If all tho owners of fast horses
thought as much of their wives as they
do of their horses, these women would
bo much happier and he tho euvy of
When a man Is escorting his wife to
the depot, where sho will bid him good
by for a month or so in tho country, ho
siintild ho careful not to sing "turn-to-dum-tiddy"
above his breath, or sho
may conclude to remain homo. This
in rriven to you straight under tho
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, U83.
Mrs, Skelton, a temperance apostle,
said in a recent lecture that she liked
coll'ee, but she was not a slave to It. If
it ever Injured her to the extent of un
settling her nerves, sho would stop it
at once. Strange as it may seom, we
have heard lots of men talk just that
way about whisky.
Gentleman "How can vou alTonl to
sell these rilles for Thev certainly
can't he good for much. They won't
stand much service, will they?" Deal
er "They will last as Ion: as tlie man
who lires them. V hat. more would yon
want?" Gentleman then thinks "Sure
enough!" ami goes oil' without a rifle.
Mrs. Simpson Hendricks, who keeps
a boarding-house, borrowed a little cof
fee from a neighbor, her own having
given out, and at the dinner-tablo that
day several of tho boarders remarked;
"IJest cup of coll'ee I have had in a long
The other day a fiend went into the
hat room at "the Palace Hotel (lur
ing (lintier hour and iobicil strips of
newspaper inside the sweat-bands of
every hat on the rack, l-.very guest in
sisted that somebody had stolen his hat,
and the exercises wound up with forty
two scrapping matches anil a free light.
"Never say 'Mrs. So-an l-So's young
ones,' " said a Philadelphia lady to her
young hopeful; "rats have young ones,
people have 'children.' " That may be
all right about Mrs. So-and-So," an
swered the hoy; "I don't know her; but
Mrs. Smith has young ones, for I heard
her call one of tiiem a "little, rat."
She was in the dimly-lighted recep
tion room of a city dry-good stoic, and
walking up to a tall mirror placed
against the wall, remarked: "Why. how
came you here?" Then, observing
some surprise, not to say amusement,
on the faces of the other occupants of
the room, she saw her mistake and ex
plained in great confusion: "I thought
it was my sister; we're twins."
A White Mountain episode: Mrs. A.,
who is of a jealous turn, to Mis 1$., who
is no longer in the heyday of youth:
"Why, Miss B. , was it you I saw talk
ing so confidentially to my husband on
the pia.za this morning? I thoiig'it
it was some young lady, ami began to
bo quite jealous, but I feel (pule re
lieved to find it was only you?" Uo-tun
The Society of Friends has r 'pealed
the prohibition of the marriage of first
cousins, and now for the tir.t time iu
nearly two hundred years a bashful
young Quaker can enjoy the placid and
unexciting stagnation of marrying one
of the family. Young man, no matter
how much the law may permit it. don't
do it. Tiiiuk of an aunt for a motuer-iu-la.v.
"Who was the person who sat next to
you at the table this iiioriioej?" asked
one getitletnan of anotucr at. a fashion
able out-of-town hotel. "1 never saw
such a queer actingthing; how her arms
did fly across the table, lirst after this
dish and then that." "Yes," replied
the gentleman addressed, "probably
she was a Swiss bell-ringer in her earlier
days. She was a stranger to me, thank
Heaven'." Hodon 1'unt.
The ostrich farm near Anaheim, Cab.
has proved a success. Some .'io') worth
of feathers have already been picked,
and siity fl'H) eggs are hatching in the
incubator. Dr. Prothero has gone to
Africa to bring lJ.r.inore birds.
A Splendid Remedy for Lnn? Diseacfs
Dr. Koht Newton, late I'renident ol the Elerirlc'
Colk'iie of tbe City of Ni w York. nd forini rl of
Cincinnati, i hio, uned I)n. VYu. Ham.' Bai.-ah
very txl n.slvcly in hip pruclicp, a many of Ins
patifnts now II vine, aud rutiirud to health by the
use i f thu Invaluable invdlciue. can auiplv t(.'-t fy.
He alwavii paid that ao Knod a remedy c nubt not to
he CourldiriMl merely an a patent niediciui', hut
that It ou:ht to be pren.rihi d fruHy by wry physi
nun b a hjvitiiu rtmiudy In all rara of I.i'mi:
Lllavacca. Him nr cure for t oniiiiipli,.n. uml
ban no equal for pectoral complaints.
We rteelro to call tha attention of the public to
Krlliuper'ii Liniment, one of the beet iirrparattnn
ever put up for all general purpoHe for which a
l.iu uient IB ii e(l. Applied to the head it relieve)
headache, and prevents tl.e hair trom lulling oin.
Advice to lloliicrn.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ol your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting turth'f If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its, value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhaia, regulates thu stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, sul'tetis the gums, n
duces inflammation, and gives tone uud
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
nnd is fur sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
The glory of a man is his strenu'th. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, AllenV
Drain Food will permanently restore all
lout vigor, and strengthen all tbe muscles
of Brain and Body. l;Cfor f. -At
Wcrthy of Praise.
As a rule wo do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when wo know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and dms
positively cure, thou wo consider it mir
duty to impart that information to
Electric Bitters are truly a most vrIuhM
medicino, and will surely euro Biliousness
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid -ney
Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we s"'k,
and can freely recommend them to all. -Exch.
Sold at fifty cents a bottle by hV
clay Bros. ()
Spoor's Port Grape Wino for Pur tics
Physicians employe Speer's Port Grape
Wine in thoir practice in all cases where a
pure wino is called for, and do all in their
power to foster and encourage its produc
tion. It is coming into Rreat favor among
the most wealthy in New York city ns a
family evening wine for entertainments.
For sale by Paul G.Schuh.
WoitK Given Out. On roceipt of votir
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to (17 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Uoyi or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 107
Pulton Street, New York.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciaticn,
Lumbago, Backache, HcMd.i'cho. Toothache,
Nure i'lirmii, Su-IIIiikh. NimiiOir, l;ruK
lim ns. S, i, lU. t rust Iiik b.
n i.i. nun it union ems , ,n mils
HoS'l liy OnK. i.i, I n i i t ,n, ( , ,, i.m
llM.YI, II! l I.Jtli'-HL.'.
Till: ( II V If I.I . tlli.l I I It ( o
(SWKMWWI l.. A V "n.k: l.l. i ii i UnlUm..-. . I H. 1
Tumor Jlen. Miadin
AKiia .Mi-n.aml all Men
who nutter Iruin arl
indiHcrutionfl will hnd
Allen'H llrain Kond !hn
moat powerful Invijjorfint ever intnulucd:
ones reHlofud by it there if no relapse. Try
it; it never fiU. f I ; 6 for JI.V- U Drue
Kiita. or by mail from Alien I'harmaey,
Aven u e,
Th glnrr of a man a
ftlrimgtll. ir voa
ml II, K- nrllUKHrlu inrlro-
creuoD, Aiien'D lira ill ro'Kl win perma
nently rootoro all lust vigor, arid Ktronuthen
all Uin nni:len of ilrain and Body. ,6fnr
fS. At lifiiKihts, or by mail from Allen's
barma-B M m mm miambk
oy, 316 Ut I
New York I
Of tho man reme
dial bufore the nublid
for Nervous Debility
and weftknoaftof ervt
there la none equal to Alien s Ilrain t'ooit,
which promptly and permanently reatnrea
all lost viK'ir; it never (ail. l pk ,6 for
V At Druuifiiitii, or by mail from Allen's
urutvmts, or by man irom Allen a
Ave n ne. I
For aeven year Allenll
Drain Food haa ntcxxi
the atmnKeKt tents as
to its merits in curing
Debility, and restoring lost powers to tha
weakened Oenerative fiystem, and, in nn
.natanre. hasit ever failed; testit, fljnfnr
fV-At Iiruggi8t, or by mail from Aliens
LJrugffists, or by mail from Aliens
cy. Sib l.-i I
Ave n u e. I
" Mono aana In oorpora
aano;" "A sound mind
in a sound body i thu
trade mark of Allen s
nrsin r ood. son we es
BTire our reader that, if diaia-iiMied with
either ueaiinens of Brain or lludily (Kiwers,
this remdv will oermsnentlv strengthen
both, 1. At Druggists, or ny mail ftoin
ri. At Druggists, or by mail ftoin
ry, 315 1st I
Ave n , i
III A N'otrotuness, N'srroua
I I I ! Kl tu Dance. I'roslration.
w nnd all disease of
Kerrg (ieneratlve Orusns. are all perma
nently and radically cured by Allen's Drain
Food, Hie great botanical remedy, tlpkg.,
6 for jfi. At Druggists, or by mail from
cy. 316 1st I
Allen's Brain Food
hot an ics I aatraot
strengthens the orsin
and positively ourea
Sen'ous Deliilitv. .N'er
rnusness. Headache, unnsturul losses, and
allweaktiessoftieneratiMtbystem; n never
falls. 1 iikg., 6 f r S.-At Druggifls, or
ny mail imn
'mm Allen's IMianuacy, 319 First
TViseasn, Pmpensity an
I'assioa brings .'Ian-
kind numberless ail
ments, foremost, among
them are Nervousness.
Kervnna Debility and unnatural weakness
of Ueiiernuve (Jrgaus; Allen's Ilrain i I
successfully overcomes these troubles ninl
restores I he sullen r to his turnier vigor. I.
A I loll f
y. 315 1st I
ev ol'K I . 1 1 y ,
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Rtove put to new Klre Hacks, newOratea and new
Llnlnga-by mlng SOIIiaiMOXt'M
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS,
Bold by all ITardware snd Store Dcalrra.
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Comfort Is never in a hnrrv I'sin and dlstri"
arc in hoi h ste. It 1b to lliii "kiend in need" -tho
friend 'vliii doea eoniethiuc now thai Hm o (i
adau'eoays the I'omphniv.it of Imini! "a friend in
deed. '1 hat thev do not keep tho stifTo er ir bus
iense la the anlicnt excellence of HKNHON'rt I : A 1
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0 hr.r days whether pormiK or other Isusaid
'Wiilt ii in 11 to morrow: n ran pro nlse. ni liintr
on the spur of the moment." Hut pain unrelieved,
like hope. def. ricd, ninketh tho hesrt atrlj. Jl,n
son's plasters a t on application. Thev pernio. ib,
simthe, warm aud heal, containing, as 'ihoy clnliu.
ilietnlral and medicinal aijeiiis of tho hluhest el
fleiency. Their mott is now, and the nenultio
have the word CAI'CO'U cut lu the Middle of each
plaster. Prico ! renta. Ceahury & ,v hupon,
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puhlished loO-pairo r.atalou'iie PKKB. I.oweat
prices ever known. Not sold hv dealers. Seutfor
exiimlnailon before pavment, on evidom e of Kood
inith. JOiiN'U. AMlKN, I'uhti-her.
ISVesey Mreet. New York. 1. O llox l-'jr.
I L Y BIBLE!
Contalnine both versions of iho New Imtsmiiit,
with the I'arahies of our Lord nnd v!oiir. hand
oniely I lintrated with li td 1 1-Kuirrnving.
dtir II hie. ciiiilai- a.ueO .ai;e-, l 5 o ii usnntiona.
Kliie I'lloto.' aph Alliums, eli'x.inl di'lus, hand
someh bound. Kxtra iii'lncemenis offered ttener
pet c Agents. I luairaled rul il iftio s.-u' on ap
pllcutioti. A. .1. 1IU1.M X X CO.. I'l.llndeli hia.
T K V Th" Worl'1 Wnl"h ' Stationery pnek--''
lj ue Ii the fastest Bellini; hrtlcle in tho
market Contains 18 sheets Note Paper, 1H t. nvul
opei. Pencil, Pen holder, Pen and a handsome
piece of .lew Py. Hetsll price 8." tents. Konr
dozen for Jd 0). A watch iruaranlved with everv
four dozen you order. Kor i" cents, In one or two
cent postuiry stamps, we will send a complete sam
ple park'p'. wlih eloeaut Hold Pia ed SI eve But
tmis. (ml,! plat, d Stud Cold. Plated Co lar Mutton,
lliinilson e wat'h Chain, i old Plated Ktnn and
eleesnt Scirf Pin KetflstT liirue anou Is 48
page Illustrated catalogue of (inns. Hep' corklnir
Idvolvers, Telescope, rpy (llasses. Wattle.
Acordo ns, Violins. Oreanet es, &c free. Wrifo
at 0' ce to World .Manufacturing 'i itrifiL'
Co.. PS) Nassau Street. New Vntk. ii"liVyr.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
llim ..ii' ( . i mlc Kiilelfl.
ii 'il niiriMlier lm troOsl.
v .iileunU .Miunetui Al'lill
Hindis mid loeinenls urea
"'irerure nr Nervousllelill.
It), I'lliHljsIS, ithelHUHtllin
l'i'll...)';l ihiitistlnn, lisa
nf Vltii i Kiierur, Overwork
ed llniln, Wenli Buck, Kid
ney, Liver, and htumacu
ciitiiitstnts. nnd nreHiluiit
ed Ui KnitKii Mux, Thesa
very lutest. Im.
rrnred. snrl n.
from beltsaud all
others, in thsr
I nosltlvely ffene
1 1. hi i.fthe skin
can he Horn al
work us well ns
rest only nntlee
alile lo wearer.
Power retro luted
stiiKea of nil
is of lieimiit. Tie fur MKiV ONLY lit once rviieli
the sent ill dlsiiiise, us lliey iirt direct lienn Nervnus,
Moseuliir, nnd lienemtlve renters, sissiilllv restnrina'
(tin VII. illty-which Is Klei tricll) llrnlneil from theses
tein hy eiesHs or Intliseretluns, they thus in a niitur.i
wsy overeoni. the w,.,ikness witlimit druiji:liiK tho stem
Hdi. They will cure vnry ruse slioil of sliueiiirul ilu
lieneriilinn, nnd we are ireisied Ui furnish Die most
emiiliaile uml nliMilute proof lo sni'iirt our cliilms,
I Host rilled 'nlllihlnl Frcf .or sMit seuled for lie imslimn
C:Mtilttl:a (. AMERICAN C'LVANIC CO.
rrlBTltcd f 3l2N.0th8t..t. Louls.M"
lltiw Many Miles Ho You Jtrivo?
O DOMETE l
I Ins Instrument la no larger than u wittch
exact lium'ier of miles driv ti to
I loniii part ol'a mile; Collins up lo I.UM) miles;
viuler nnd dust Huhi; aiwuya iii"o7i7iirT ssviis
h irses Irom lining over-drlveu; is oisllv alt'ce"it
to tlie wliiielof a lltlgg.v, raniagn, SuikyTw iiirT,
Itiuid Cart, Sulky I'low, Hi upor
Mower, or oilier
vehicle. Invaluiiblo In
mi ll, Kxiiressineti,
rln.(o Owners, ,fcc
$1 (I I CIlC
one llilril the prli u of any oilier inlim.-
When ordering Hive dliuneler of I lie wheel.
'lit hv mull uu reculpl of pilcn, post pn d,
"Adi!i.V Mi ION NK I.i7oIm"i M KlKlt'l 'oT
2 North l.a K ill" HI , Chicago.
I1T Heint for Circular.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'IYIY
( IIK''Klt. U.'d year opens Mepli'inher l','lh.
Iiiilldlng new Huperlor iiotntments Civil to.
ut ring. ( In mleul. ( ollcjiUIn, Kngltsb Coitises.
i Itciilaisof P. W. Hsnliiv, Yn , W. P. Ilalllttay
Ksi . sir of Col. 'fllKO, HYATT, I'rea'l.
i ill :lui
Moiilic(illo liinlii's' nniiuu'v,
(ioliKKHY. MADISON COt MY, ILL
op ns bepienib. r '.ii. First class school, one of
the oiliest, In the vceat. Location healthv and de
ligliil'iH. Muiicrl ir advatilnges for liimllili uml
lassu al Ktliiralluii, with Music, Drawing, Paint
ing and Modern Languages, Antdi . for t-mnliu'iio.
Miss II, N. 11 AhKKI.L. ITInelti.il .
iBpaodlly rtvitarrdl hytlia ut of iitalin Tnmh
ntiit, which irsoltialty ourM Nrrvona !bll
'-, lMt Tlrlllly. lrMtar IHjr,aat
JI tkjiuhle arising faeru ovwosk and "(im
UmmpU f VIMIa nallad flMi.Mai,h ad
drawi Dr WklUJkar, lit BmUU.. ClMlMatf.a
f f I
A poHt'llUl prflMlHlloll Cl.lll-
iHisorl mostly ot KHsontliil oils
Hi most perii'tratlnir I.lrilmeni
Irrinwn. Ke nrmpAnli-nlml llmi.
Penetrate to the very Bona,
itwiU not Soil Clothing,
ar J' an . - mYi uirn.
mtm, yrampa, looth-Acho.
or m any ,nn u the hystom
per bottle WZnT
With it ConHMeoNoeNci can df Accomuheo o
one-third Thi Tine, and with a Neatnci
ano Accumcy hot to bc Obtaimeo ar Pta
manship. Qivta Piar tcT Parse Cosira.
Anyono Can XI no It.
Buy it and return C. O. I), it yoa
den't like it.
Indispensable for Business Correspocdonco.
PARKER, BITTER & CO,
Btationera, Printer$ and
420 N. Third Street,
Hv addressing OKO. I". HOWELL ,t CO., 10
Spruce Ht , New York, can lenrn tho csnr.t cost of
any proposed lino of advertising in Ainer.cau
Newspaper. t tryi)i) page Pamphlet ID cents.
I ) I Volte V. s -No publicity; residents of any
Mate. Desurtion, Noi Suppnrt. Advice and
appliraiions fur stamp. W. 11. LEE. Att'y, 9
Broadway. N. Y.
n la otery town lu the Union.
J A 1 Oe. Stnoko for lid
SW HAVANA KII.LKti.
Hetailerattive one tirntlt.
Sample lot, of a.T dellv.
erl lo anv nart of tha
! U.S. fort I. Kendforotir
terms, ete SCHNCLL
KKAll tnillftliuiu,llu In
I have known nnd watched thi use of Sw ift'i
fpecillc for over fifty years, and have never k-own
or heard of a failure t i emu t lood Poison w hen
properly taken I used it on mv Servants from
itW lo iH'l."), as did also a number of my ueiirhb'ira,
an. I in overy case that came wlth.n mv know:edgo
It Ifei ted a cure. In all mv life I have nev r known
aremeiiy thxi would so fullv aeinmp'ish what It is
reci.mmended to do.
II. L. DENNA ltD.IVrry, Oa.
I have kn urn and U'ed s w t's Spe. lfl- for mre
than tweiilv years, snd have uen more wmikIit uI
results trom Its use than f i in i nv remedy It. or
out of th. Phartnuc pieis. It Is a ertsin and safe
antidote to all sorit of Klond Po sue
J. DICKSON sm j. m rj.
Hie (treat I'rujr House of Cliieasro.
We do not hesitate to snv that for a vear past
we ' avu sold more I S il't's .Specific "is. 8 )
than all other I nd Purifiers romh neil, and wilh
uinsi astonishiiiL' r. siilu in,., ..,.,i..,, .. u,.
us d ha.f a dozen hnitlcs savs that Ii has done hiin
more good man treatment which co-l him l (I0.
Another who has ued It for a scrofulous affliction
reports a permsiiem cure from Its use
VAN SllAACo, sTKVENsON & CO.
s i ,ooo u p:vaiid:
W ill he paid to any Chemist who will find, onan
nlyHl. nl lia)lioftlesS. H S .. one particle of Mer
cury, Iodide. Potassium, or any mineral siihs.ntice.
TI1K SWIKT St'KCIHC i'O.,
Iin.wer;), Atlanta, Ga.
ma. led free.
for iho Utile book, which will bo
Price: Sttpill size, Jt.(H) per bottle,
(holding double quantity), l,75 bottle,
gists sell It.
I Cfj"ltt OUT OF ORDER.
TOR SALE BY
II. 8teaoala & Co., Cairo, III
W W -mr - v
ill." - 5tWlN&MAiniIU4W
MO UNION SQUARE! NEWYORK.