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The ''Daily Bulletin.
Tim Clo'ii-i? Week.
How nmcli tlii-ro in in tint two'twinls,
Hiitiipliiv flight, To tl.it wliuUi civil
World il llltmilM inui'll. It IIH'iltirt
another week of toil over ; it. iiu-huh an
other weok f worriniuiit ami html work
ovnr ; iiiiiutiiin that u tiny of re -a is
about toiluwn; it moum that nnothor
w(M!k'n journey toward eternity in mtulo.
Yes, it nn-uns nil of this. It nn-ans
tliat we Hro oMi:r in years nnd exjvtri
etwn liy a wrck. It tolls us time is fast
passing ami every i.llo moment siii-rit is
just so inueh timet lost, never to lie niailu
up. Did you ever sit down on a Satur
day night ami maK- a careful inventory
of t ho week? Did you ever consider the
number of nii-kli-s and dimes spent dur
ing thn week for which you have nothing
to show? Did you ever 'think how much
mora money could have been saved for
a "rainy day1' from the week's earn
itigs. if you had done as you ought to
have donu to youiself and llio loved
ones at home? Vnn you not on Satur
day night look back over your acts of
the past week and see where you could
havu been the nieans of doing good to
some poor creature, nonw iinf-irliiriiitc
one whose toil could have been made
easier by some pleasant word from you,
which, having neglected the opportuni
ty you hive a feeling of regret, and
could you but live over H''in the days
that are gone, you would have lived
them better? These are but few of the
many thoughts tliat come to tin; minds
of the considerate on Saturday nii'ht.
If you spend your days iu idleness, de
voting your tiin to lin-mion p.ciMirp.s,
you are not only waiting wmr vital
forces, but every Saturday brings you
rearer thn aliusdioute, in aier im-inu-turn
-a pauper's grave. Says ( 'narh'S
Ivugdev : - Kvery man. it would seem,
brings into the world a ecrta n capacity,
a eei'iaiu amount of vital force, in body
and in soul ; and when thai i u.ied up
the man mu. t rink down into nine sort
of second childhood an l end v-ry much
where he begins." If we li:ive nothing
laid by when Saturday niul comes we
are only makini: ourselves the more
imipli'ss in our idd age. Who wan I it to
reach a help. -. oid age in poverty?
Not a human being.
Did ymi ever stand on the busy street
on Saturday night and look at. the
crowd of men and women, hoys and
g.rls, all moving about doing some
thing? There goe, a man with a w.-ll-tilled
ba-kei ou hi arm. A peaceful,
contented look is ou his face. He is an
liouent son of toil going to his family
with a wi-ck's provisions. Ilo has set
tled his bid at tin" Morn and has a li'tlo
balance left. Happy, happy man. See
over there. There Mauds a young man
who earns emiugii to lake care of hirn
seif and have a -ting sum left at the end
of the week, but he spends it ail and is
iu debt. What a iu-t of misery he is
weaving about liim.-e.f in his prolligato
course. Here you ni"et. a man wan his
wife by his side. What a happy timo
to them is Saturday night. They bask
in the sunlight of each other's love, and
conscious of a frugal, well-spent week,
they an; content and happy. Satur
day night to them is a night of pleasure,
iu squaring up accounts and buying
someilun for ine little nties at home.
Knvy the m ! Wiio does l) it i'iivy tin lll?
The closing tiight of the Wviek is in
deed a 'iiirnl in whien wo romc up for
exam.naiioii. 1? tun m-i-l. ha- n we;!
oridiV !p''iif, our record : t -1 i it,
.Saturday uiglit is die cinmia in tue rn
telo e i-f our lives Wlt'-iv :ire ci:iii!"l
to pau-e lor an in-tant to again -lut on
a better or uii! ourv. Anl tins is
tii close of the week ine world over.
Juaquiu M'.lkr ou the Strjcit-Car Ccauuctor,
I also beg permissi. m to c all t he at
tention of the rich and elegant folks
who ride in ruy varrlag". the -irei-t-car,
to the fact that the c.onducior.as well as
the driver, is a human-being, generally
speaking, and not incapable of feeling.
In some cases he even has a wife and
little children. I knew a conductor on
a street-car once who had a mother, and,
what is more important, he took care
of her. It is truo this conduetorand this
driver have to stand there fifteen hours
out of the twenty-four. How much time
does that leave' him for sleep? for hh
meals? for moral reflection? Not much
time for moral reflection and philoso
phy, I should say. So, don't expect
iiim to be either a philosopher or a saint
on ten cents an hour, lie has not got
eyes in his back. Nor is his mathemat
ics of the profoiindest. Yet all of the
thousands who sound and count the
change over after him in his face, with
a look of doyou-inean-to-roh-iiie-of-five-ccuts
threat in every look, 1 doubt
if in a whole week one finds that live
cents are missing.
Of course, he is no saint, as I said.
SainU do not work for ten cents an
hour. But whatever he is now. your
bullying hiru and howling at him for
fifteen hours a day has made him what
you tiud him. It is your beastly bad
manners tliat has made him cross and
out of temper sick. I mean you with
the diamond earrings. You can come
pufling into my street-car with such
splendid stoues. as if you had never
been there before and were conveying a
creat favor by coming at all. Oh, vour
vilo manners. I see you every day and
Irnnw vim Well. TIlO fact is. M! all
know "you well, and are disgusted with
you. And it von realty nave a carnage,
1.1 1.. liu lintii-Viv U'll Would
la , on iiuum 11.1 u - ' i
truly all be greatly obliged to you, if
you would return to it, nau uiauucis
and all, and not come pulling m upon
us like a porpoiso, with your dozen
bundles and your insolence to tho con
ductor. A7. Jr'. Star.
Sparrows as Food.
Tt,n Knirlish snarrow. where he has
i , l,..hiiu:iied. is usually reirardod
UClJUlii' ,i.,.iv.. -- ,f n
m a nuisance to m nbatcd or a pest, to
. . I f...l ..I ...... C..I.. A!....
bO extirpate". llioeeu. mm oiaie, iii.in-
.r.i,'ne.u.s. has enacted astatuto against
.iwn mna.ll birds, to cticouriigo theii
thinning out, if not their extermina
tion. W hatever may nt mu iuuu m
ui.nrrow nhve. tlicro is but one
iiUinit him when dead. Tho
...L .r.i iln v of him makes ile
niuino" r ill.
ii' !... i.a In (iernianv ti ml In J-.titr-
lieiuus i" - , . . . t
the snarrow is a game bird, mid
soiK'ht after as food. Hu is t 'mo
thiuhis capture requires very liltle skill,
and after prain gathering in August he
tint Hinhhle ho that one
BWUIII13 Vin "v (
charge of lino shot would bring down 0
number of birds.
THE DAILY : CAIRO l BULLETIN: 'IHURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEIIRER 20, 1683,
flints Trom Nature in Aroiitit and MoiJfrn
Hoger Kiordan writes in the Century
on "Ornamental Forms iu Nature:"
"The typo of the growing plant has fur
nished us, from the most ancient limes,
with another extremely popular orna
ment, the rosette. It is the plan of n
plant, as the iinthcmion is the elevation.
With the ancients, though at first a
symbol of plant life, and though it al
ways pi.iiserved somewhat of its origi
nal signification, il was used in the best
periods of urt simply as a beauiiful ra
diant figure, exactly as if it were a geo
metrical form, but with a clear percep
tion that it was much handsomer than
uny geometrical figure. Simple as
were the ideas of the growth of plants
conveyed by antique ornaments, the
important ideas connected with them in
the designer's mind were simpler yet.
Tho upright growing planl-furm
was useful to suggest or carry out a
perpendicular line; the rosette was good
to till out a circle; the vine was a rich
and beautiful waved line or scroll.
With conceptions so general as these,
it was no trouble to au inventive people
to vary their patterns to any oxtent,
and, in fact, good Greek and lloman
art is varied enough in its ornamental
portions as well as in its figures, and
that without showing much direot n f
freuce to nature. The hint once got
from nature of some graceful arrange
ment of leaves or petals, or some notch
ing of their edges, or modeling of their
surface, was carried out witb an eye
single to tho production of something
elegant, rich, refined and fitting to fill
a space which, without it, would be a
painful blank. There is, judged by
modern standards, liltle nature in the
anthemioiis and rosettes from the build
ings on the Athenian acropolis, and as
little in the vine-scrolls on Greek vases,
which might le intended for ivy, or for
grape-vines, or for any other plant of
vine-like habit, tint the little that there
is is put to the very best use. 1 he
Greek designer took only what he need
ed; the modern, when he works after
nature, grabs at everything and can get
no good of anything.
"If we would or could work in the
proper way, there is uo reason why the
splendid Greek system of ornament,
which, through all its variations, is one
of the heir-looms of our race, might not
be kept always fresh and living, if we
would change only on occasion, and
with strict reference to the occasion, we
would always find in nature what we
wanted of more rdiant or more sturdy,
of broader or longer, or sparser or more
lose, iiut our designer goes to nature
or to the past, not as a man might go to a
store-house that belongs to him. to select
what he wants, but. like a thief, to take
whatever he can lay hands upon."
An Ilariy far.orami.
The painting of panoramas was a
source of very great amusement to us.
Of course, we painted s -veial, and ' I
have time only to describe one, which
is a good specimen of them all. It lies
on the table before ine as I write a roll
of yellowish paper, that was originally
white, wound upon a round hickory
The panorama was made by cutting
blank sheets of newspaper into tf.ree
strips, and then pasting them together.
We thus had a roll of paper nine inches
wide and as long as we chose, on which
we drew the pictures that were after
ward painted. Here is a list of a part
of the "pictures" in the panorama I
have mentioned: "Fort Mcllenry bom
barding the 'Mayflower' "; a lighthouse,
on which was the sign "Rocks"; a girl
milking a very sick-looking cow; an
other girl reading a book on tho roof of
a red house, with a yellow cornice; the
heathen in Madagascar chopping off a
rope and letting the missionaries fall
headlong on the rocks below; a Chinese
fort; a Turkish soldier (taller than the
three and twiee as tall as the fort); the
Grand Mufti -who stands taller than
the spire of a Gothic chapel near by; a
Chinese pagoda into which an Ameri
can fort is firing cannon-balls; a platoon
of soldiers that are almost as tall as a
cat and kittens with which a chestnut
haired boy is playing; a series of marine
views -all shades of blue water in
cluding Gosnold's ship, red, yellow, and
brown schooners, pink steamers, and
purple yachts with red sails; tho sink
ing of the steamer roofs and red or blue
doors and windows; Windsor Castle, as
it was originally built; a grove of
peacock-blue trees; a "lone fisherman,"
all in yellow; an American railway
dermt; a landscape in Italy porphyry
columns, overgrown with ivy; a castle,
with draw-bridge and moat; view of
Paris; Niagara Falls emptying into the
ocean; an iceberg, painted dark brown;
Minot's Ledge light-house; the wreck
of the schooner "Hesperus"; again the
"Mayflower," with a green hull, red
masts, and blue booms; Columbus's
vessel, tho "Santa"; a black, throe
masted gun-boat tho only really ar
tistic, picture in tho lot; and, finally,
the "Port of London" a perfect maze
of vessels which concluded tho exhi
bition. "Work and I'lay" Unparlment,
Curious examples of mixed metaphor
are occasionally seen In leading articles;
but for odd perversions and strange
phrases tho reporters and writers for Oie
sporting newspapers are unexampled.
Lately a paragraph appeared in one of
tliotu headed "I astardly conduct of n
steam tii;" in another, we were told
that "the concert was wituessed by n
fashionable and intelligent attendance;"
iu a third that "after a fruitless eeurob
the whole of tho lost money w as found
except a pair of old boots." A des
criptive writer informs his readors that
"owing to the influence. of Jupitet
Pluvius, the ground was very soft; and
sloppy, but as tho day wore on, tho
glorious rays of old Solomon dissipated
the damp.' A man was summoned,
wo are told for "wilfully annoying a
telegraph signal;" a man was lined live
shillings for "knocking at a door and
disturbing thu inhabitants of an empty
house;" a railway porter was romanaed
for iusolenco to a passenger, the magis
trate remarking that ho had "nevot
heard of a greater instance of ofllclal
politeness;11 a young lady witness in an
assault case deposud to being "greatly
exasperated by the defondant s want ol
adoration;" and arnoo-horso is described
as a "weedy Ill-conditioned excrescence,
quite uu tit for equitation.11 Thoso, il
will be remembered, are not printers1
errors, but wrltors1 elegance. -"Printers
Cure that Cold.
Do nut offer your luium to hiT.uine dlneaned by
showing co.d to continue without an effort to
ru r" It. 'I bminHiiil lutvii illiul iivuialure rt. alh",
the vlctlnin of ConnuniytloD, hv pimply neliictlng
Dr. WM. UAU'H H f.H A M for the 1 US OS will
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ASD LACK ViTAL ENERGY?
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utntoMi ni)ir 1 iti ri
V.tltU ihti Mil- H.'lHl Al't'Il
uni t anil Iih nift)tr itr a
t-iiT',uiM lr N'rrmil 'thll
lij-, 1'aVMlvwiH, Khi timntlKrn
1 'I1M"I M'HUwtlnn.
nf Villi Knuriir, Overwork
fit Htnln, v,k j.nrk. KU1
liy, .tpr, uihi M.inmrQ
fiiuiplulutfi, nu( nruH(ln0
Bit to .v.llHr.K hKX. iriPfMl
vMjr ItitHHt Ira
l.rri.aafl i.n,l a.n.
V ttrnlr diffurnni
fruni bllKan.1 nil
I fij i t J lrH, c'otnunnri
j4. ; I Srnrmnt-wlthotit
V,' ' i jitcirt-, cimolnirno
1 . '. " ' .'JT jBorj'i, nop Irrlltt-
run nit worn aa
work w-ll na
real only oullrei
nlilH to nei.rer.
ent atnaea ol all
la of U-nntlt. Tlioao for MKrf ONLY at once reiieli
ttie aent nl ilUeu-e, 11s tlu.y art diriH-t iii-oii Nnrvnua,
Muai-ular, nnd (i.-nerutke ranlera. ai-eeillly rolorlnn
the vltnllly Klili'li I" KliH-trliito ilriiined from theajra
Utm by iaa nr Indiarratlona, th.-y thna In a mil urn I
way urorvomu the Menkneaa without rirtiuittnit tlia atom
aoh. Thay will cum mery rnaa almrt of atriu-Kirnl ilw
irenarittloa, und we urn ire.iirai to furnlah the nmat
mi-tiiitli- and iih-oliit" proof to eiiniinrt our cliiltna,
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PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
iHKljTfcn. ll.'d yi-iir oina Hiihtt-mln-r lllli.
HulldliiK now. Hiiirlortipiiliitiiiiiiiia I'lvll lin
UltmcrltiK. t'ln-nilcal.l'ollulalo, KtiKllnh Cniirai-a.
trculniM ir f. V, Itunluv. In., V. P. lUIIMny
Kai) .or of Col. l'llEO. HYATT, l'roa'l.
JLonliccllo Ladies' Meininary,
(KlDIUKY, MAMMON COl'NTY. Il.l,
Opi-na Nupli'mliiir ai, Flrat-rlnae aehnnl. llnii ol
liu; o'deat In Iho wuat, l,oca.tlim lit-allliv and it.
lKlitfttl . Niibiirlur aiWantnttna fur KiikIIiIi and
Claaali-ul triliratlon, with Mualc. Ilrawlu. Paint
ihliand .Modurn Liinu'mirua, Applr, for t-.itlnlta, 110,
w ' U. N. UABUkhL, Principal.
1 , .,..,..
. - . "''i"" u lu "'inacn nut penetrate to the very Bone.
Und almost Inatantlv RELIaTuar oaaait .i7 . .,i m'..t; 1
nor aisooior tne Hiun, or leave
. , . -
Stiff Joiata, Nonralirla, Lame Back, Cramp, Tooth-Arho.
Sore Tliroat, Pains in the Limba "rln any purt ut tliu hyHtem.
and is t'itially eflleaeidiiM for all ams in tlin Stomach and BowoU
rerjiil ring a ixiwerful (JlffUiiWw stbnulaiit. Kee. Mcm-ll'a Aliiiww.
Ask your J)riikist for It. J'rit-0
I'ruiiarod only by JACOB S.
The Caligraph Writing Machine.
NKW A I) Y E KT I H K M E N T S
Tn-uioi row a Lorie Way ('if w In n H Ip
U Wanlcil To-1 'ay.
0111 tort la t-iivi-r 111 a hnrry Pain and rl alnia
art! In lint h rln It ia tu thu "Irlend in imcd" -tiu
fid i;d -vlio (In. a actuiithlng now that Hie oitl
adai-c tiaya tin- i-ompllmii.it of t-ntiig "a frinml iu
duiid. lliat thry 1.0 uut ki.'i'p the aiilTo ei ii. .
celiac ta tho aalient exn-llcnoe of BENSON'S PAP
CINIS I'OKOl.'.S PLAHTEUa. Ti.e pla-ti-ra of
o hrr day whether jiOKiiia or oiui-rwUc mid
'Walt mull to .morrow : We can uroi.isu unhini!
on thu Himr of the monit-ut." Hut 11 n 1 11 unrul't-vod,
iiko hopu dor ncd, maketh the bvutt air.ic. itun
aoii'a piaati-ra a t on application. 'Ihi-y p.-rnn-ilo.
aniithi-, warm nnd hertl, cotitaliilntr, na tlmv rluiin.
1 inmiii ai -mu im-nic.inal ai-nta of tliu l ithi fi of.
Ilutin y. '1 bi-ir linitt 1 la now. and the- ltiiii r.e.
Iihvo i(i word CAPCINR cm In the ninlaVln ol'i-iti'h
(ila.ilir I'rii-e cal. Seahury A ,. hunin,
ltOUKS-2 Tons a Hay.
.vnwiw "11 11 an 111 j5"iiwaa. aaa
OVKl r.ini.(m VOI.UMK.S UEA1)Y. 'I he holc-
cat llti raturv In tliu world, often the heat i-dltlnna
pnliliHlieU. lno-pae cataloiruo PKKK l.ow.ai
prlo a mrr known. Not aold liy donlere. t-et.t for
i xiimiiifliiou liefnre pavment. on evidi nn- ni' itood
lailh. JOHN Ii. A LI) LN. 1'utiliKher,
IHVi-ney Mn-et. New York. P. O liovl .'-r.
PLUTO It I A j
FAMILY 1; I I, L K !
Couu-ninir both verslutia of be New 'IVattmi nt,
with tliu rarali.ca i,r otirLord ami .'avioiir. timid-
oniely I lu-trntt-d with t'l lull-pai!a Kni.'raviii-'a.
Our II hie cn!iliit g,in0 page , ii 0 ilnn-iriitlnna.
Fliie Ph-ilou' aph Albania, eli-naul di'i'ijitia, hand
aoineli hound. Kxtra in-iticementa olTered t-- euer
ir- t c Ageiita, I lue'raled catalogue am' on ap
pliratlim. A. .1. IIOI.MAN it CO.. !' ilndul- bia.
T Iv W 'i'ua Wor"' Watth utatiom-ry Pack
.1 i IV u aye is the faateat aelllnir artiele in I lie
mnrkft Cytitnlns 1H abeeta Note ("Iiper, in Knvel-
opi-a, Pencil, Pen holder, Pun and a handaoine
piece of Jew liy. Retail price a: ceuta. Four
nor.en tor ji 01. a wutcn iruaranieea with every
four dozen you order. For -J5 contn. In one or two
ci-nt poataev Btampa, we will aend a complete cam-
pie pnrK '!!'. with elegant uom I'm "U ti eve mil
t'-n-i. liolil Plated Mtuda. Hold Piati-d t'o'lar Button,
lUudaon e Vnt-U Chain, Hold Plated Kinif and
rlcirnnt Scurf Pin. Iterator taro ao oui ta. 4a
imgii llliiatniii-d rataloaiiQ of lltitia, Self oocklnu
Ui voivera, Teleacope, Spy Ulaere. Wat Ilea,
Acordm n. Yinltiia. OrKanet . Ac free. Write
at oire to World Mannriicliirluj ViTll1!
Co , I JUNai-nau Street. New York. il'lllEi
617 Tt. Charles Street, ST. L0UI3, JIO.
A. raunlar Oi-iiilunt of two nnilleiil
rol'. .1 ., Iia Im i'II liK'i-r uirnn-d In the rt .-at-iiient
nt' 'hroiiio, Nrvou, hl(iii niul
Hloo.l l'i-. ,ii...n than any other I'll VHlri;in In
ll I , . 1 aperi -li nii-l nil ni. I ri-i.
1I111I1. h, . i-naiilluUnn ..t nllli-e or ajy inall,
In e 11111I invited. A friendly Inlk nr IiIh nplnii.ii
rnsln iini h In is. Wh.-ii II IsliieiiiiM-iilfiil to vim t
the city .i-r tri-iiliui-nt, tin ilielm s run he .-lent
liy ni:ill or .'Xpr.-aa evei-v where. Curaiile 1 n-rs
Kiiuniute.il; win-re ilnuljl exists It i frankly
Hated. Call or Write.
Nnrvous Proatratloa, Debility, Mental aod
Physical Weakneas, Mercuriul anil oiht-r
affectiopg of Throat. Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTec
tions. Old Sorts ar-il Ulcers. Impodiments to
Marriugn, Eheumittism, Pilns. Spocial
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES roceiva specialjiuonti'ir).
Disea8esarising from Imprudences, Excomflty
Indulgeaojs or Exposurn.
It la aelf-i'vldent Unit a pliyalelnii piiylnir
partli-ulnr atteiitlnii to a chivt 01'eH-ea ititntii!.
ureat skill. iuiiI pliyalelnie. In regular prai lien
nil ov.-r the einiutrv knnw liii; till-. fi-eiii -nl ly
rei-oilllllelld I'll sea to till- ol. Is-tt i.lllce III Alll-'l l-'ll
where eery kiniwn H--liai la ri-amlid In.
and the pr-nvcil hcciurl riiii.itu-H in nit
imea nnd i iitit I'li-a aru iiHi il, A w linle Imn-e
iim'iI Inrotlii - purpii-ea, and all nr.- trenteil u lilt
skill iu a res Mill innnnei'; nml. k in -l 11
wllut to do. no experl Hunts are mmle. 1 Hi nr.
mil nt nl the ureut liunilier ii--ly lliw. thn
rbartfea are kept low, nfien tower tl..ni l
di iniindi'il liy nlliera It' vim aei.-iire the t.klM
mid vi t a apoedy ami perli i't lii i ini'. lluil la
the luiportiiiit niHller. Paiiiphli't. M piiKS
ii-iil In any addreaa free.
Fleitiint elntli mid k'ilt hliidltitr. Pealed Ar 50
ceiiti In posl.-iire nr eiiriiiiiey. over lilt y won
eVi'Mil '-'ll pletiirea, true to life at'tleleonii the
fiilliiwliitf Mili.iet , Who may tmirry. whunot;
w hyV Proper aire to inarrv. Who innrry Ural.
jlanlliHid, Wduiaiihnii.l. Pliyaleal rli enV. W ho
'ihuiild Initd'y. Uow life nnd happlm. innv bit
Jiieri-aed. Tlinso tiuiirled or rnnluiiipliitltiii
l-iari vlliu ahuiild read It. it oiikIi) In ! ren-l
oy all ii I (i 1 1 nroiia, then ke-l innler Im-k nnd
key. Piipuliii edition. inn) a almi 11. Imt pHpi-r
rover nml HiKi pavea, tUi-euta by mull. In umuoy
Any Uouaekeepar In the land oan repair the Cook
fltove pot In new Fir Backs, new Orates and new
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS,
Rold by all If ard war and Btora Dealers.
Mwn rnn CinntTtaws. Manufactured only by
Sclienoli AdJnaUblt) Plra Bi-k Co.,
6tt Uearborn Street, (lilcauo.
Hiiituif)rinltlvlr furad by Dr. Pierce's Patent
MnirtlHtlu Klua- lo Truaa. (Irandnat inn-nl Inn nt the
Hull ( 'nut ur.Onlr itooiilnn Elaetrlo i'ruaa la thxwnrld,
and Ilia only one that will iiroiwrlr Inln and radj.
enllr eure Ilerula. Over III) Radical riireaeirwlml.
lUad what Dr. Joa. Hlmnia, of N York, lha ne
nnnned Phralna-nnmlal, wrlK-a Aotf IU, 1HH!, " The rant
and enniilnle'-re ynnr Mannelle Tniaa eltm'teil uu 111
elnnro la purinnnent, fnrwhloll laUall awer re
main Bratelui " .' Himms. M. P. Ker jinrtleulara
aUM, bUtli klUaaai. bkluula. aid.
W TT EI1
"" nii -Triii7T'l
A iowt:rful iiri-iiiriitlnn com.
IMHRlL niOHtlvilf K.OTitl-,l (III.
rininoit penntnttirg Liniment
.1.1 rrn,n.-n.,l.OTll,irU 1'IUl
rthaurepnlile offeuts of any kind. It
.- . itwm uub ouii ViotaiQP-,
BO cU l'Cr bottle Kr
B1ERRELL. I Cj
With it ConREiPoactNca can at AccoaauiHio 1
one. third the Time, and with a NtATacia
and Accuracy not to de Obtaweo tr Pi
UANAHiP. Qivea Pimcct Paiaa Coaita.
Axxyoxio C,n Uso It.
Buy It and return C, O. I. if you
den't like ii.
v I Indispensatlefor Suainess Correspendanctv
PARKER, RITTEE & CO,
Stationtr; I"ritrr$ and
420 N. Third Street,
NKW AU KKTIrlKMKMs.
DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES.
- 'v Hie customer.
-t.. TK keenlniithfinn.
Order on trial, addreaa for elreular and location Ol
Weatern and Sniitliern Storehnuaea and Airenta.
P, K. DEDERICK. tL CO., Albany, M. V.
I il V'OKt KS - No publicity; reauiuiitr. of any
II Mate. Desertion, Noi-uppai t. Afivlee and
applications lor dump, W. II. 1,KK. A't'y.
Uro nlwiiv, N . Y.
" lu eory town In the Union
A 10e. Kinoko f-ir 5e!
si ir iiivivi kii rii,
4.lllllll0 lot of !i1 (ldflV.
vi-rnfersaui-a oea Tnrt
nreii ro any part or tne
ti rnia.ete. Bi.'H.NT LI, &
r KHAII.linllniiiiti.illa Inil.
B Smokers 1 HcmlusyourocUi-esa,
Swift's Specific hiia been the means of bringing
heallli and happlneaa to thousands who wcie
pronounced incurable of Wood and Skin Diseases.
HEAR THE WITNESSES!
Savi-il fiom a lldviible Doatli.
I'll-n 10 May Inat I hud spunt at b-nat tlvo him
dud dollars for liealiinut by man 1 of tho heet
Dieillrai nieii, without iinv hetietlt. I atilfnred ex
crucliitlniily, and all 111 v heat fi-iei.da advised me
tluit the icy hand of denth was lust nppn aching.
I Miiiuht id S. s ,s. liku a drmvnlni; man at a
alruw. titer tu'-itu' two bottles I could feel a
cha. ire for the heiler. The sores bijjan to dla-cliu-Ki-
frct-lvaud Iho KlictimallMii to abate, When
I IihiI inketi six bottles every aore liud h aled ami
my skin heym to assume a tmlnriil appirrunee I
persisted until 1 lindtnk-n twelve hollies, lame
a ze. lyid Til K It E Is Sii'I'A SYMPTOM tiFTHB
M'-KSSK I'KMAININU, nnd I fell a- well as I
ever dd. I have earned twenty-one pounds lu
flesh, and my friends wonder at mv imp oved con
(lliinti. I have riTonmendi d It lo uiiinv, and In
every Instance with complete suitress. "I helleva
til it S, K. s. haw shved me from a horrible death.
I-'. H. K MILKY, (iu.ncy, III.
I am sure that Swift's Specific saved my life. I
was terribly pidhoned with Mn'anu, and was a" yen
tin 10 die. Wwlft's Spn-itli: relb ved mu proiuptlf
and entirely, I think It Is the Ereiitest remedy of
the ai;e. C. U. Spn NCEK,
Kup . line Works, ltoitie, Ua.
Write foracopyof the lilllo book Iree.
(tl RI-.WAHD will he p-ild lo anv t'ln mist
a'"'" who will lltiu. on analvsia ol iiM bottles
K S.N, one particle of mercury, toillde notasiiluiti
or any iniiiurul aubsiance.
TDK SWIKT SPICCIKIC CO..
I Drawer H. Allanln, (in.
C 'NEfti OUTOT ORDER.
a) no equ j& L-j.
30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
1 ufcs mndtii writ
TOR SALE BY
II. Steaoala & Co., Cairo, Ili
-ar rX. aULU 111-' ' "J