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Tuh Plus? Hat rv. r.
"IIuvh you cvt;r Ih'cii aiiiickcil with
tlio ilu hiil fi'vnr?" ii.ikii no ,,1,1 ocii
llonian tin) otln-r cvi'iiiiir, ami. wit limit
waitini? for h n-ply, went on lo ptliilo
his own i'Xii!ricnc(', nn. ,, toll tlm p'
milt of hin own olHcrvuiioiis. "I ni-vrr
kni'vv a Jfninif in ii who. wIh-ii In- h:i,
ru:i(rhi:il mi an lii-Uvecn cilitccn iirnl
twcnty-lm. hut what lin had Hie ,w
lint fever lo a fjn'aicr or h"-i M vcrii v.
Hi! will .miller a "rent ileal, ton, before
it lii-oaks out, aii'l hpjjew a tile on his
heail. Then he siillersM verely for m'V
eral il;tys utter he gets the hat, aiel he
in conceileil enough to helieve I lie eves
of the whole world are upon him. lie
will wish for the first day or two lie
hadn't pot it, ami then apai'n he'll phn-k
"! jjrit enough to wear it iji spite of ev
erything. Next to the inii,taehe muni
tion, tlio plup hat fever strikes to the
very vitals. The lir-t symptoms of the
fever makes its presence kno.vn by tlm
victim's visiting mniin hat .-lure," aid
trying on half a do.nn hats, ami
wk.n admiringly at liime!f in n mir
ror, lie will put it on square, then cock
it over to the right side, then haie,' it on
his left ear, and smile with satif:e-l ion
at the imajrn of hiin-elf inider tin- hat in
the mirror, A young eaif under a m-iv
Hiied Could Hot feel prouder of itself
than the young man wiih pon.-e down
on his upper lip, when he lir-i Ix-iiolils
his manly hrow in a lookin'a-v mip
porting a siiinv filk hat. It's to;, over
coming for anything, and in a eieat
many instunru it is more overcoming
than Iteeoinin. Hut then t.iM-v tnu.t
have 'em no matter ahout the' price,
Finally the hat is purchased, put in a
lial-hox and convex ed to the yoliii"
man's room with the greatest of euro
and fond expectations of the manliness
it will give' tlie wearer in the near fu
ture. For a week, may he, he will ex
ercise the hat by weariic it in hi room
for a few hours every evening. Finally
he gets his courage to tee proper pilch",
an i on an auspicious Sunday eveiiiji"
Marts f,,r chur,.-u with tne hat .ett:ng
nieeiy on the top of his head. He knew
h would attract attention and tin- lirt
htreet urchin he meets calls attention to
it hv shouting 'snoot ti.e hat.' Now,
how did that young heathen conic to
notice anything new or novel in the hat?
It is easily explained. When a man
wears a plug hat on ti e -treet for the
lirst time he gives hirn-e.f auav hv his
rm-on-,lress.para,ti; a:r. He will wak
as carefully as though trying to balance
n piii of water on his head and expect,
ing every in uncut that it vi,l tip oft
and douse him. It don't squeak like a
new .hoe to attract attention, but it
utiil'-ns up the spine in an unusual
and unnatural degree. It take, -,-v, m
pubhe appearances in the new plu' to
sixain limber up the -pine to it, nor
mal cond.tion. Arriving at church tint
oung m in he,itate, for an instant
about going in, bin remembering ;UI
appo.ii'.uieiit in,e,' a young l.. lv home,
he brace, up, r-t My h'dds the detenu. n-Ril-to-attiact-atU'iitioti
siik hat over his
right fore arm, he mentally .-wears wm
gcance on the usher who prances him
up to the front pew in the center of the
church for no other purpose than t,,, ;til
attention, in his mind, to the new plug.
Kight out of ten llr-t-timi-I-wore-a-jdug-hat
joung men will become ag
itated that instead of putting the hat on
the, floor out of the way, will place it on
the seat and forget to remove it u lien
the Usher shows soineotie'clsc in for the
sole purpose, in his mind, of having
them sit unit and wreck it. It's a good
tiling to have tin. lirst plug wrecked in
this way, hecatt.se the lirst hat, has g,,t
to be wrecked, hut it is general Iv done
bv some kind friend win sneaks up be
hind, jambs it down over your car, and
is away before you fairly under-tan 1 a
brick b ock han'l tumbled onto you.
A ping hat is probably the most d;vsv
hat. but heavens! how a man Millers
when til" fever lirst f llll V develops itself
to a head."
Just as the story was lini, lied a young
fellow with skin-tight pants, tooth-pick
shoes, arms curved so as to make his
body look as though it was a parenthe
sis, with a pipe-Mem cane in the lingers
of his right hand, while a shiny, latest
loud style of plug hat was on his head,
passed. "I'nor fellmv," remarked the
old man as he passed into the hotel, "il
he only had brains enough to co'ver the
point of a cambric needle his hat would
tie quite becoming. They ail get the
brain fever though regardle-s of brains.''
Among dogs the poodle and theeuiley
have always been conspicuous for gen
eral intelligence. Other species deVeioj
particular faculties in extraordinary de
grees, like the St. liernards, which can
find men buried in the snow where
reasoning beings fail todoso, the New
foundlands that can be trained, as on
the Seine, to act together and without
human supervision in saving drowning
persons, tiiu pointer, the setter, and sc
forth, l'rt-etiiinent, however, for a sa
gacity that approaches human rca-on
more nearly than any other is that ol
the policy or shepherd dog; for it is a
fact too well established to ho clialieng
ml that these animals are not only ca
pable of being trained to do tin-it
master's usual duties with unvarying
ellieiency and punctuality, but Unit
when unforseen circumstances ari,e tc
make deviation from the regular run
tine necessary, they recognize the ne
cessity mid act upon their own discre
tion with iuiin,inr judgment. Fable,
it i.s true, tells of demoralized shepherd
dogs that have wickedly connived with
wolves against their master's interests.
Hut these are fables, and merely point
to the moral that even the wise may not
be uniformly sagacious and that
Homer tuny on occasion nod.- Londui
A Boy's Advici.
The young man who is sparking
Llz.io is left nlont) in the parlor for a
few minutes with thu pet of tho family,
ret regards him steadfastly for a long
minute and then risks:
"Aroyott sroing toscliool this winter?"
"School? No, sonny, my school days
"Well, I wouldn't go if 1 were you."
'Wouldn't you? And why?"
"Cause I heard tn.-t say you'd never
he hung for your smartness, and if joii
gi'l io know much il may kill you!"
THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATIJRDA V uronvrwri nTPvnDn
Ne w Vdik J-HHliiuiiK.
CONCLUDED KKOM KOUHTII I'AOK.
Taylor for example liavu introduced to
know what will be worn. Vtdvet will be
largely uned for making in millinery, but
fnlt will bo in yrent favor- hoiuo felts rank
tin bh high dress, but for tho mimt part we
liud felts reserved for second best. It is
significant too that many of thu new hats
and lionni'tH Hre made with a view to ac
commodating the hair when dressed htyh
on the head. Laicg have been very slow
in adopting this fashion, however, and wo
may anticipate that for tho winter the
charming simplicity of thu low coil will not
be abandoned, although its supremacy may
be infringed upon.
HKAUIKH" AND IIKADS.
(iiotcHipie little imitations of Isrgii birds
are amusing but very stylish features in
millinery. Fur example, a minute rooster
hardly three inches long, a peacock full of
vanity, with spread-out tail, of scarce great
er proportions, a macaw reduced down to
like dimi!Bions, ani these little creatures
being provided with pins tor the purpose,
are stuck anywhere. Large, entire birds
are nevertheless very fashionable, and here
perhaps we see swallows most sought after,
while wings become a specialty because of
thereat cumbers used on a single hat.
Hands of feathers give finish, brca-ts or
heads cerve the same purpose, while entire
hats and bonnets made of feathers will be
jxipuUr. All this nevertheless does not
interfere with ostrich plumage, which holds
its own position perhaps such a high one
that nothing else can compare. Yet if a
fine f Btrich plume is of all things the finest,
a poor one is of all things the poorest.
Have, a t,""! one or none, tnd the same
rule applies to ostrich tips, the latter how
ever being much less expensive than the
?KW Tl'KTKD HI1.KH
will be considered especially stylish in mil
linery. Either laid on a frame for the en
tire bonnet or forming a part of the trim
ming. Then among ribbons the tufted may
perhaps be said to lead, and placed around
brims, tor strings or otherwise, will tie
greatly coveted by exclusive people. Hut
equally elegant, if not io conspicuous, are
velvet ribbons with repped reverse, or
velvet with a satin face. Felt hats and
Ixinnets will sometimes be trimmed with
wool to niitch ths costume, and this is an
innovation full of possibilities for produc
ing neat and therefore truly elegant cos
tumes for street wear. Ltc.T Cartkk.
The renowned swimmer, Paul Uoyton,
says he is never without a bottle of St. Ja
cobs Oil, the great pain cure. It kills
V,'o3(l-rfttl &rv-H a Spavined flors3
An un-liavcn man in slouch hat and
t igged coat, driving an old grav, spav
i ied bor,e whose ribs allllo,t protruded
t out hi, skin, has been a familiar sight
h the pia, I, of Hunterdon County, N,
d.. dur.ng tiie last week. La,t Tuesday
I , drove into Fiemingtoii, the county
-;!. and stopped in front of Humph
ley '. Hotel, where one of the two reins
v. as withdrawn from the rusty iron
i tigs of tin-old harness and used for a
I. .telling strap. In the antiquated,
t i keiy old vehicle was a ration of en-
for the nag. He entered the bar-room.
He removed his slouch hat from his
tangled hair, and staggering tip to the
bar, ordered a glass of gin, with sugar
and lemon in it. Hy this time a crowd
had assembled, and one asked w hat he
would take for his hor.,e.
"Eighty dollars," he replied.
One of the crowd offered hint .to.
"What," ho said, "forty dollars for a
horse that can travel a milo in three
minutes. Not much."
"Three minutes," said Johnny Ham
sey, a prominent county politician.
"That horse can't travel a mile in ten
minutes, and I'll bet on it,"
"Yes," said Jacob Vite, another
county politician. "I'll bet you .fi't.) he
can't travel a inilein three minutes, and
will go out to the race course and speed
your old plug.
"Twenty ihdlars," the fellow replied,
"I'll bet ,io dollars he can."
Elisha Opdyke and Jacob Wilo and a
stranger who happened in the room,
chipped in with Hatnsey and Vite. and
a purse of .iun was quickly made up
nnd deposited in tho hotel-keeper's
hands. To their surprise, the owner
quickly covered the money. He then
w ent out of tlie room to where the horse
stood, and from under the gras in tho
w agon he took out a good set of harness,
udiieh he put on the nag. Ho inquired
of the crowd where ho could procure, n
lighter rig. Ramsey said he had a sort
of a rig which he would loan him. The
lighter vehicle was procured, the horse
hitched to it, and then the crowd started
for the racecourse, which is about n
mile out of Ficiningtoti, The track was
in bad condition. It resembled a
ploughed lield. This did not discourage
the old lellow, for he drove upon the
truck, and at (he word "(io,'1 was oil
on his race to beat time.
Myc witnesses of the n flair describe
the trotting of the old nag us sotnclhinn
wonderful. He trotted the mile without
a break. Time, 'Jt.VJ. The old nag hail
won for his master $loo. Tho poliih
ci;us were dumbfounded. They say
they will never bet against old plug.
again. It has been discovered that, the
stranger who chipped in S-'D was a part
ner of the owner of the horse. Aftet
the race tit Ficiningtoti tho two men
ili'ovo to Lebanon, whom liws Nell
Uamsey, another prominent politician.
The merits of the old horse wcrn dis
cussed in the bar-room of John Low's
hotel, at Lebanon, Tho men playod
the shiiii) role al Lebanon that they "did
at Flcinlngton. Nell llanisay was in
iliieod to bet that the horso couldn't
trot a mile In three minutes. Ho lost,
of course -New Vork'SitH,
. , " .
' .iimi, tJi.il. llVJUlftU IU,
V. K. Lashiiin, nvor editor ol i'iis Rum.stin
ami stiramhost iMnifir if-rit. Oriliirt flir all
kltnlH f Htf-nmtioitt Jon ,iiiiuik noliriii-4. Otllca
al Uciwsr'i Kiiriiiii-nn Hotel. No. 7! Ohio lovon.
We had a bid case of the shakes yester
day and had to give up Hie river column;
also another to day, but us we are getting
used to it hope will be able to keep up.
The Hudson from Si. Louis arrived here
yesterdayatlla.nl. she was eonsideni
bin behind time, will report here at 8 p. in.
this evening on hi r return trip to St. Louis.
The Fowler arrive I heie last evening at
7;IJ0 with a fine trip and lelt on her return
trip at 10 o'clock. --The City of Cairo will
leave here for Vickburg this morning.
The Ella Kimbrough is advertised to leave
St. Louis for Cairo this evening, so says the
Republican of yesterday. The J. JJ. Hill
man from Evansville is due this evening and
will return lor the same city shortly after
her arrival here. The City of Nn.sbville is
thu only packet leaving here to-morrow for
Evunsville.-Capt. Hi Divis, of the towboat
Storm, was in the city yesterday on his way
to I'aducah. Hud Smedlcy left here for
St. Louis last evening by or due of telegram
to go on some government Loat ss pilot.
The Wyoming leaves here early this morn
ing for St. Louis. Capt. Funk is one of
her pilots from here. The Ste. Genevieve
is due to day noon from St. Louis and leaves
on her return trip this evening.
1 LITER LIST
LIST or I.ETTEIlrJ REMAIN I Mi I'NCALl.KI)
koil i.n tiie i'ostokfice at caiko, ill.,
6atlkday, september 14 jit, 1883.
Brantie, Elisebth; Baldridtre, Nellie;
Bowman, Alice; Brown, susan; Csllaghan,
Mary ; Chambers, Mary ; Carver, C. A.; Fare,
Hattie; Harrison, Addie; Haley, Mary;
Huse Sadie; Haley, Mollie; Hzel, Mirth;
Hester, Nett; Kineybrutze, Furgest; Lock
er, Lueinda; Mathews, Mary ; More, Sillie;
Paston, Sarah ; Parktt Heart ; Kodgers, Hell ;
Ross, Msrgret; Ross, Harriet; Sinipsom,
Allice; Still, Came; Williams, Hanner.
Baskins, W.J. C; Burr, Win.; Brown,
Jour. 2; Bastwie, Henry; Crutcher. J:rry;
Connem, Gilbert H.; Ewald. Nicholas;
Evans, Elec; Ferry, Ed; Green, Jakf; Gal
rin, John; Harden, Nero; Hudson, Jacob;
Hoffman, Jsr. A.; Iluller, C; Henson, Ben;
Jcnkiss, Mr.; Jaiser, John; Jones, Heiirj ;
Jones, A. F.; Martin. Thomas; Matern,
Jacob; Malone, Henry; Nicklcs, Burt;
Tains, Sam; Pink, G. M.j Reed, Chatlie;
Reeve;,, Andrew; Stewart, II. W.; Sullivan,
M. J.; Shann, John (i.; Sellin, G. M.; Sc.
tner, Charley; Smith, Andrew; Thompson,
Scott; Turner, Michael 2; Temple, J. M.;
Tinsley, J. H. 2; Taylor, Hugh ; Thompson,
Charles; Wilson, Thomas.
Persons calling for tlio above uitntioued
will please say advertised.
Wm. M. Mt iu'iiv, Postmaster.
Cure that Cold.
Do not mS'.r your linur lo bcromii dlm-imud liy
allow ins cold to continue without Hn effort to
rtuHt. Tbonpandf havf died premature dmthi,
the vlrt'ms of Conputnutlou, hv simply uruluctluc
a rold h
Dr. WM. HALL'S H W.SAM for the LUNGS will
curfcods. coiiw'hp and coinoimpilun pilfer and
qiiickir than any other rumi-dy. It act a most
like raaeic in iiuny rapeP, and In otherp, Its rrl'cr-,
thouiih plow, ip iiiro if oVpiren In Recording to di
rection. Henry's Carbolic Salve
i thi'hept pslve fur cms, bruipep, pores, ukcra,
alt rbeum. tetter, chapped bands, chilhtiu. corns
and all kinds of skin eruption, freckles and pim
ples .et Henry's (.'iirtmllc salve, as all other
are counterfeit . I'rli h cuts.
Dr.Mott's Liver Pills.
Thes pill have never been dvertle, verv
much, hut they have just a much intritnlc merit
as tholich they were hUtfed to the ki?s by iu Is
frlunnateadvertlsiiiK. 'jry them and he couvincett.
Prevent sickness dy taking occasionally
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousupsc 15 cents. (4)
A Good Investment.
My wife said I wa's a fool when I
brought home a bottle of Parkers Ginger
Tonic. Hut when it broke up my cough
and cured her neuralgia and baby's dysen
tery she thought it a good investment.
N. V. Times.
Pl'UK Cod Livek On. made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
ana sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided It superior to any of tho other oils
Chaitki) Hands, Pack, pimpum," nnd
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting tcpth'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 tho poor littlo suH'orcr immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistnko about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhma, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wiud colic, aol'tens the gums, in
duces inflammation, and gives tonu and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Hymp for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, nnd is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest and best female
physicians, and nurses in the United States,
nnd is for salo by all druggists throughout
world. Price- 2ft cents a bottle.
Skic a woman in anotner column near
peer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spoor's Port Urapo wtno is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for tho uso of invalids, weakly
personi ami tho aged. Sold by druggists.
Young men, middle Hired men and all
mt'tt who suffer from early indiscretions
will find Allen' Brain Food thu most
powerlul Invigorant over Introduced once
restored by it there is no rnlapso. Try it;
tt never fails. $1 , 0 for 5.-At druggisti
h THE GREAT -fl
ta reMEII !
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache. HeanVche. Toothache,
Horn Tliitmi. S'llln-., St Ii,i.
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THK II Kl.i . Mil. I I I I; ( it
m v-'il I Li: , 4li.ll,o,r. II I.. I . (
Jn fi ver ami acne ilUtrlrta, In trdplrnl Hnd other
ri-eiuns viplled hv coidernirn. hihI onl.,, ,1 o. i
luCHiltiep where tho condition. hk iiu!'avrll t,i
t,eth, tH fnmnn- v,-:'Mli.' uiviorunt and ul
t'THtive, lliiutti-r' htiineich Hit i. r-. Iiiip 1,-i-h
fiiiunl H potent PHf-L'uril even tn to, hie i-iuiptl n
tiou anil fr.itfil! friimei'. whilu an s cure fur irnli
peprlon, bllloiipneps and kindred tomulsinip, 1 1 Ih
wt'liout a rival.
ur sale hy all (lriiUL'i.'.ts and ilunlers (jenerally.
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f'fIl, M- k M, tju.li., In int: i,...,n .rVn..n. .,
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UH K. T. WksT'S N'KhVK AMI lllIM'i 'X T.
MKNr, uii.-irii-itee.l Mw.-itii- fur I j -i .Tei. I lir.i.
n, t'onvulnnns, Vil. Nervne N,iirul;:m,
Hn,lii,'l,it, Nervnus Prii-' nit inn riuiM il d 1 1 iihi
of Hleulml nr tuliM-ro, VViik' fnliice;, .Mi ntnl I)e.
ircwi,'.n, Sufi. -mi,' i,f tin Hriun nwnltriu m in
sanity ami lenilirir to Ini-cry. di-niy ftt,' t nith,
l'reinatnrn OlilAk-n. Hfirn roie., J,(,m of power
in i"ith"r Hex. Iiiviilnni.-iry I ,i - niul Spprin.-if-irrti,r
:iu"i li.vuvei'-.'.Terti'in of t In- lira in, self
hIiiihhit iiver-iiiiliilL'i'ncn. hnrh lint r, mining
one innnth tri'Hlnient, Jl.O'H Imix.it wj hn.e.
forfri.in.ixMit by mini iin-i'-in'on reci-ipt of pnee.
xs-f. .i . vTr,K mx i:or:s
To enro any rH". With wich iMiler rii eiveJ liyiin
for mn lnn.-K. niTniHiiiinied -.-itli j"i.ni, , will
nenil the j.-.irr-lint-T mir written (rmtr(io( to rn.
fun, I tho mi'iiey if the t r.-at 1 dues but i-lVcl
Bt uru. (jiiaraii' ",... iiisiied only liy
IIAKUV V. tSOIIUII,
Drilkteipi. Cir. Commurcittl live. ,t ISih nt., Cairo
How Many Uile.s lo 'ou Jh'ivc?
O.DOALE T K U
This iiip'riiinent t no lur,:er ihim
1 Wr. It
tcl.p the I'Xnfi nuni'i'T nf mil. cl'iv 11
U'Mn nirt ol a mile; cmnm up in 1 ,, n o nilii'p;
Wilier and iltiPt tiiihl ; iiUvuvp
n order; hhvi-s
horpen Irmil heiUL' nver-drive
to the. wliiel nf a HiiKtfy. I'arilHL'ii, iMilliy, W nnon,
Knwd ( art. Milky I'lim, Itenper, MoHer, or other
Tehii'Te. Iinalnahle In Uvervmen, J'n-iiHiir.i
Driveip, I hvii li'iip. Farnif rn. Surveyors, I'Tiiy"-
nu-n, K'repmeno Miuu Uw iutp. ,fco, l'rice only
t ivifsch, one-third the irlrn of any oilier odiTii"
eier. W'hrn ordering aive dlnmeter ofThe" hi'l"
Ment hv mail on reiuipt l prlee, i! pn ,.
"XTilrs MimVdNN F liUlliMM K TKlt 1 -o""
'I North l.a NiHa m., (.'hinii;,!.
WSi-liil for Cirrulur. si lin .
Stnto & Morroo Sij.. Chicago. M
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Cor, Twelfth Street 'and Uw,
ffALLlDAY BROTH K U
KI.OUR, GRAIN AM) n
Egyptian Wourin l: ill
HkbeitCuh Price Paid lor 7lut.
LV iajV- a.
jil. a r.iihi i, fA. r -d 1
i kw duoi-h applied to tho BinnTfiTp.-.
...d almost Instantly R E L I E v e p ai m ' tw 1 1? natRn n "r ! iom n '
Stiff Joints, Nonralin. Lamo Back, Crampa, Tooth-Arho.
' mutt i, rama in vao
ana n i'iimuy eiiu-.-u-ions lor .ill
."ii oi(( u ,i'noi nu uiiiu.-iu
sk your Drulst lor It. Irioo
rrepjired only l,y JACOB S.
NKW A DVKR'I ISKM EN'I'.'
To-iitoi i tiw ii Lonjr Way Oir v lien -Help
Is Waul ciI To-1 lay.
Ciuiili.rt in i;,-v, r in a linrry I'ain and ilitre.n
are in hot h pie II i. t the --, lend , - ..,
Iini.il -vi.o dnep h .thlt.B l ow -thai Hie o:;
adiije jiayp the e, ni, lime.it of t eini! friend in-ilei-o.'
I hiu they no not keep the "litre er It p ip
l.elipe t tin- aul. nut excellence of KKNSi'N S (' .
( INK I'OK'.nrs IM.Asi'KKS Tie p'aterp nf
0 hr dinp-whetr.ur poi in. or othi'rwlK'-fiiid
'U nit nnii, to iniirrow ; We ran pro iiisu iiolhinu'
on the t-j.ii r of the monieiit." Hut pain unrelieved.
Iilie hupe ilef. red, tnnketh tho heirt pI'-H. Ilen
pon'p piaptera a t on application, 'they perincnte.
P",'the. nrin and heal, coutainlnc, aa tlmv cliilm.
liiemicftl and niedlrliml aenu of ttie hiuiiunt ef.
ft-ieiicy. Th.-ir limit m now, and the i. nn r.ci
have, ihe word C".l'i;iNE cut in the middle of each
pla-ter. IV we ; centn. Seahury A .luhiinon,
1 llellllpM New Vork.
HOOKS -2 Tons a Day.
OVKH -VM.iM) VOI.UMKs ItttA DY. 'Ihi'choic
ent literature tn the world, often the hept edltlima
piihliphctt. HKi-paire ratal, muu KliKK Lowi at
priced ever known. Not sold hv ilimlerp. Sent fur
examination helnrt) pavnient. oil evidence of i,mo(
tsnh .IOiI.N II. Al.Dr.N, I'lililher.
IS Veev Street. New York. I'.O I lot I. 'J i.
FAMILY HI li I, K '
(.'ontienint' loth ver-ioi,H of ihe New 'I'eptami lit,
wlih tin: I'arah.i'i of our Lord anil .Hv.,.nr imnri.
poniel v I lu. r.-ite't with V) lull-pa-e K.iii'ravinas.
Iilir Moil. cental" -.'.illill t.BL'e-. ' 1 ll iliiiHOullMiia
Fine l'liitni.--aiili A Ihiimp. elemint iIi i,m, hi.,,, I.
pomcK Iniiii.d. K.vtra iiiiUlremen-Hollered t) enur-K'-t
c Aeetitp. I.liiiiratml riilHl,-i'ii, Ben' on p
piicatioii. A. . I. 1101. MAW CO . 1'MUnl, Inhla.
l.llYli ai;e in Itie faHteHl pellini;
m rl irle ill l he
market. Contain IS nhecf Noto r.aier, Is Fnvel-
opea, I'enr.il, I'en holder. 1'eu and a liiiudHoine
piece ot .lew i'v. Helail lirir eeiiin l'..nr
dozen for fii Oi A watch L'niiratiteod with even-
lour do.en you order. For rict-nta, in one or two
cent pom am- Ptaiupp, we will pend a cniplete nun
pie park-nie. with eleu'aiit (Jold l'la'-d ,Si . eve lint
lotip. (., )lu I'lat. d studp. (iold I'intedCo'la' Hut ton,
llmidoni! at, h chain. Hold I'lat, l Itm' and
eh-L-nnt Serf I'iu. RcejiHt'T lartw gn-.ouiita. 4
pin;..' illiiPiraieil catalogue of (iuiip, helfco, kinif
lievolverp, Tli'P:ope, Spy (ilappen, 'nt hep,
AcordefiiiH, Violitip, (irniinel i'p, Ac. free. Write
at on e to World .Maniifartiiriiii; 'l I'V I 1 V
Co , I.il Na-aii Street, .New York. i ' ' J H Tj
617 Su Charles Stroct, SI. LOUIS. 110.
A if-nlar I ;, n.l n.it of two n ,11,.,,)
nule-'-s In, I II lo.ll-er ellBMWeil In e I real-
in, ,.! ,,, ,.,,,,., N.'i'vou, Mnn an, I
thin any nth, r j,l, vsl.ian
Sl . I.iiii i . ,. .it, ,i..rs -Imw ,in, ol.l r..i.
ili'IlN know. ( e:i, ii 1 1 :i t ' m I ottlee or kiv lli.lll
'""I invited til Hv l.ilk or hi-opinion
p;il 1 1 1 1 1 1 n . When H l-lncuvriileut l.ivMt
the eliv .or treatment, m.l li-ln. v c.iii he sent
liy mall it eir.s i-verv here. ( tiral.li-, a ,-.
cumuli - ii ; wliere duuht ei-ts ll 1-,1'r.mklr
n.iteil. C all or Write. '
?JII2'0UI ri""tMtioa. Debility, M,ntal aui
rhysical v'pakness, M-rcuriul and other
affections of Throat,Skin ami Lonos, Blond
Iraruritieaand Blood Poisoning, Skin AlTen-
tions, Old Sorts a?d Ulcers, Impediments to
Marri.-Ke Kbpumatim, Pilns. Special
attpiitiim to casus from over-wocied brain.
SUEGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseasns arising from Itr.r rudences. Exjesses,
IndulgedMs or Exposure.
It v,.lf.,., ,, t t,;1( phv-lclau t..ivlnst
partleiilat- atlelltieii lo a cla- ol cn-e iiltailis
Kieat skill, ui,l plu iel,ni-in remilar pi a,-li,e
ill! over lin intrv kiinwlni; tlii-., i-e,i,.ntly
reciiiimn n, I ra-esto ihe ill, lel r Mire III Aiii'-i-li a
w hei-c evei-v known appliance Is reJnrl. d to,
and the n-n-o irn.nl reim-ili.-M of nil
airet nnii eon lit r l,s a, k ii-eil. A whole hnii.e P-
nei i.Tiitlle, iniri . ,,,,, ii are tn-.ne.t with
Pklll In a repe,.,'n muniier; ami kii"1iiit
what lo dn. no e.pei-uieiils are made, una,-,
count of Ihe una! uiiinlier applvlnu. Ihe
chaiu.es lire kept low. ofleu lower iTnn K
ilellialnleil l,C ol'ien It loll l-eellle ,. ski'l
and tit ii -, iy and perl, i-t lilo cure, thill ll
the liiipoi'laiil n, all, r. I'luiiphlet, ji'i p,ite,
eiil to any addteis free.
I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pa2ges.
I.tcisaiit cloth ami k'llt Mli'llliif. Sealed for U
cents In pn-tai;,' m- i iirreucy. Over llltv wnii.
iierl'til pen pletur, -,, true tu life artlcli-Von the
lollim Inn suhlei l,.. W hn ma marrv, nlinnnf
why I'roper ane to marrv. 'Who iuarrv flrstj
lai,li,l. WiiiiiaiihiH.it. Phvilcul rleciiv. Who
xhoiiel iniir. y. IImw life iiii.l'happliievMiiav lie
dnerea-el. Thiv.e mariled or poiitwrupia'lliiir
loam i it if "honll read II. i I muhl lo In-reml
oy all adult per- then kepi tiuiler l, k iiud
kev. I'opnl.-ir ei It Inn. fame nnilmi e. Iml paper
rover an. I uv pun" ii ckui.i It mail, in uiuimy
Any Honarkenper In the land un repair the Cook
Stove put In new Fir Backa, new Ornten and new
LlnlnR-by nslng SOXZHNOK'S
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by all ITardwara and 8Ut Dealer.
Sin rot OrRrrnuM Uaaoactured only by
Nobenck'i AdJniUbU Flr neck Co.,
5it Itewborn Street, t lilraso.
tluptiiro iltlvlir rumd hr Dr. Pierce's Pn'enk
muirmitlo Elim' lo Truaa. (Iraadiot Invent Inn nltlm
llsh (Innturir.Oalir lenuliw Elm-trio Tiiim In Ihnwnrl'l.
and the only one that will ntniwrl.r rtia and null.
mllr cur Hernia. Omr nil Radlral Ourrpeirerted.
luuwl what Dr. Jm. Minima, or Nee Vo
Vork. (hi. ri-
luiwned l'tirlotfn,in,l.t,. write Aug 'J
WH TT r
ml oruut'lntccrpyeur Munetlc TriiMeffiN-tixl nn nn
(layMraaan la iMiimanont, fomnlch I Pluill vel re
main Brainr-.!." .1. smuts, M. 0. or particular
xldmM tCa.0NF.T10 ELASTtO THUS. CO .
I till : it
A powerful iri'iiiiiitliiui uoiii
snd ninstlviif Kssi'iitiiil (iii
llio most penptratlni? Liniment
Limgi oriuiiuy pari ol llin .Syslem
iiiiuis in llin Stomach and Bowols,
niiiiiuiaiu. .-ve iiiprri'ii AmeiieH
r0 ets per bottle yjrm
MERREXL, I t J
8T. LOUI8, MO
With ir ConnttPoxocxci can be AaonnnHio in
one-third the Tim, ano with a NiAraca
ANO Accuracv HOT TO B Obtaikio ir Pl
MAN9HIP. Qivta PiartcT Pres Conri.
Anyouo Cin Uso It.
Huy it and return C. O. IJ. if you
don't Ilk it.
Indispensable for Susiness Correspondgncs,
PARKER, EITTER & CO.,
Btationrm, 1'rimtm and
H20 N. Third Street,
' T. JLiOXJIS.
NKW" A I) V K Kl'l S K M V. N TV
DEDERICK'S HAV PRESSES.
Ordrr on trial. aitdrPM for circular and location of
Wcatrn and smith.. Storetimnei and Aircnn
P. K. DEDERICK A CO., Albany, N. Y.
jlVUhCKS - No puh iciH; repidentP of uuv
' state. Di-pertion, No-, jinipm-i. Advice and
applicalloiiP fur Mamp. W. Jl. LK E, Att'v '19
llro-idwav. N v. '
" lu eery towuln tha lluioa
w mill niO
A 10r. Ninoko for 3,-f
tlT HAVANA K11.LK1).
lu tatlera ttn-f one iirnlt.
Simiplo lot of 'i, ilellv.
well to any nart of th
JSSLV)v te'rn'is.'eie. 'llOHSUtS
IllIP heell more d-Ptrll tivf ill) Minilln ieilftl ,!
lite than war, pepu'em e and laininu mmhiueu."
f-o-ald a i.Kiuii:-.iiiied wrih-r many years ago,
am it a-true to-dav as thm. The poor victim
or lllnoit l)ipeae I drum'til with Mercury tocurn
the ina adv. hihIiIi ii do-o d with lodidea to cure
nini ol th Metcuriul 1'i.i.ml' r ; hut mpti ad or any
reltet. ihe tirpt lireaka down hin Leneral ha th and
make, him at ripple, and tha other rtlitiP Iiip ill
U"Hw) nrt;iiiip To thopc ntlticteil in Una way
ttlt p f p,-c i lie Ip the createpi honn on ear.-h. ami
ip worh luoretliuii Hp weight in fold. It antidote
tnip .Meii iirial roiaoii, tone up thea.piem, and
hrinKp the aulf, n-r hack to I ealth and hupplnepp.
Kverv pcrpon who hap i v r heen palivateU phinild
' "'I ui. aim lake a thciroii(;hcoiitpe ol thlp remedy.
... 'fl-l'KltMlSVIIl.I.TwiOliS t'., (iA.
l-lvc yeurp u,i I loiind on my plauMtion a co
"red man who wa hadlv riipeaaed He Plateil
thai live icara hefore he had con iracted a vhilt-nl
iaeof lllood I'oipon, and hud heen treated hy
many phvplciaiip, all liiillnc to curu him. I treat
ed him with .swilVp Mpuclilc, and in a fhnrt tuna
he wap Pouii'i and wcli.a'id baa nt had a P' inn.
turn of lh (liHi-aPii pincu. 1), M. HL'UIIES.
( ii- tent cman who had heen cnlliied to his
tied , ix wec-kP with .Mercurial Hhctiniatlpm has
Heen cured ent'relv. and pneHk, In ih,. i,ii,....
liraipi: of S. S. h.
C1II1.KS . r.lCKKY,
1.000 IMIW'AUI ).'
will heimid to any CluiniPt. who will ilnd, on
analypinof Iini huttlep ofK. 8.8,0110 partlc,. nf
mercury, Iodide potiipplum, or any tnineral uh
"I'liitp. TIIB.sWIKrsrEt'lFIC Co.
drawer:!, Atlniitii, (ia.
tfr Write for the little Cos, which will he
I'rlcu: Small pi.e, $1 im per hottle, Larr-o
pi.e (hold nir doiiliU) qmintity) 7r, hottli-, All
DiUL-i;iPtB eell H.
1 lial ,al OUTOF ORDER.
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE BV
k Jwi..JSJL II
J ju'ln het Ik
mi mrr:: - .
II. STKAnAtA & Co., CAIUO, I LI.