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West Virginia tifiLToouhorsort hi, i nii:n
of their own race who ilesert their fam
ilies. Herlin has ru cirjf BXiilmnjru. The
city consurueo 12, U00,(Xxj dny.m of v'
The Navajo Iridinrn of New' Jk-xii.-o
expect to take H'MJ.OiXj poiimh of wool
ami 600,000 skins to market this year.
The Kootenai Indian, of Idaho, pro
duce about .f.jlJO a month in pol.l, hut
they refus.s to udl the while nii'ii where
the mines are.
John Houi'hton, of Hamilton, (ix,
cut down a hoilow tree ami found nix
coons, two 'posMiitns, a chicken snake
eight feet in length, and live gallons of
honey in it.
The largest man in the Ilritish milit
ary service is Lieutenant .Souiherlaml,
of the Fifty-sixth Kegiruunt. He is eight
feet four inches high, and weighs
about 364 pounds. "
An ex-employo of a Koston street rail
way company writes to the manager
from Knglaud that he managed to steal
between two and thn-e hundred iloMura
while in its employ, notwithstanding the
The small-pox hospital of Sun Fran
cisco is tilled with lepers. The papers
in imii cuy advocate me iHiiidin" by
the CioviTtiiiient, on an island, of a laz
arette where all cases of leprosv through
out the country might he removed.
A Philadelphia phy.-iciaii told a lady
jiatient that one of two things must in
evitably result from her illness; she
would either lose her reason or her eye
sight. The poor woman committed sui
cido. Savannah, is enforcing an income tax
on all incomes over fH'W. Logal lum
inaries in that city gay the right to as
sess and collect such tax exist. The
object of the tax is to replenish the de
pleted exchequer of the city.
Edith: A first-class Summer resort is
one at which the cottagers will not
epeak to the hotel guests. A second
class resort is one at which the lioud
guests will not speak to the cottagers.
A third-class resort is one at which
everybody tries to have a good lime.
A Burlington, Iowa, tailor and a hair
dresser got drunk together and the
tailor took the other man home. His
surprise was great when on ringing the
door-bell, the barber's wife suddenly
appeared and gave him a sound thrash
ing with a rawhide for keeping her hus
band out ail night.
While one jury aUiallatin, Mo., was
acquitting Frank James another at
Mexico, in the same state, was liniti"
Hamilton Hall $.' for selling on Sunday
"one cigar of the value of cents, anil
oue glass of soda-water of the vaiue of
5 cents, contrary to the peace and dig
nity of the state."
Sparrows are eaten in England and
Germany. Neither the lnii or the
Scotch will molest tho pert little birds,
and both in Ireland and Scotland they
know no foar, because they never knew
any danger there. To harm a sparrow
in cither country would be considered
The Amuiiese are huge eater-. Pub
lie dinners are a great institution, and
the gin sis are a!. owed to carry oil' with
them the remnants of the feasts. 'J'iie
imperi: I chief is a person of g rent con
sequence, a lie has to prepare twelve
or litteen dininas daily fur the Emper
or. The Law i'ence( Ma-s. ) .'; reports
a scarcity of help for tne l.n- oiies in
thai city. lu one room of one of the
largest weaving departments in the city
over on' hundred looms are stopped for
want oi help. In h spinning-room -00
children will be sent out to go to school
this, week. Facton wages are advanc
ing, and are likely to go higiu r before
ail tne help needed is .secured.
An old gentleman has ju.-i died in
France at llm ripe age of seventy, leav
ing behind him a logbook of ali he had
lirnok for the last tii'iv wars. II ft hab
its in (his respect were very regular, Ids
daily allowance being four litres of wine
(seven pints), a couple of glasses of
absinthe before each of his three meals,
and twelve pc.its verm of cognac, rum
or some other spirit, "to drive away de
spondency." The total for the half
century thus coms to: Wine, r.'7,-J7
pints; absinthe, 1V9.AA4 glasses spirits,
219,1:12 glasses. The old gentleman
boasted that he had never had a day's
illness in his life."
The first woman who ever edited a
newspaper in tliis country is Mrs. Har
riet N. Prewett. She lives in a small
farm house in Yazoo City, with wisteria
vines climbing over tho doorways and
low windows, anil magnolia trees shad
ing the wide porches. In 118 Mrs.
Prowcit was left a widow with three
small children and a newspaper, and
for a number of years she was editor,
proprietor, news editor, agent, ami
bookkeeper, her paper boing especially
famous in that region for its sparkle
and strong editorials She also kept
house and did all the family mending,
and supported and educated her children
by means of her newspaper.
. Tho city of Newark, N. J., is noted
as tho homo of a largo number of liter
dry pontile. Mrs.E. C. Kinney, whoso
husband founded the Advirtln:r; her
son, the poet Slodiuan; l)r William II.
Ward, editor of tho Independent; Ma
rian Harland and Amanda M. Douglas;
liny Palmer, tho hymnologist, and liev.
Dr. llepworth; Dr Abraham Coles, tho
nuthor of "Tho Microcosm," translator
of tho "Dies Ine," andan accomplished
writer of hymns; William A. Whitehead,
tiie historian of New Jersey; Thomas
Dunn English, Edmund Kirke, ami John
Y. Foster, editor of Frank Leslie's lllus
rated Newspaper the late Professor,
James J. Manes; his pupil, Mr. P. T.
Quiun. tho pear culturlst, and his
daughter, Mrs. Mary Mapes Dodge, ed
itor of Ht. Nicholas. Tho editor of tho
Century and tho editors of tho CrUh, it
seems, woro also at ouo time residents
of the smoky city on tho shores of tho
Chautauqua Lake is 1,400 foot above
soa level. It is tho highest nnvlgnble
waters in tho State of New York, if
not in nil the States. Lake Goorgo is
816 feet only above sea level, hakes
Placid and Saranao, and some others in
the Adirondack region, are 1.C0O feet
above but are not navigable for large
boats, as Chautauqua hake is. Its
length is twenty-two miles, and it is
three miles in width, and nearly a scoro
of beautiful steamers sail it by day and
night, carrying tho thousand of visitors
eager for instruction or pleasure, or
both. Tho scenery about tho lake is
quite picturesque. Villages are plant
ed along its hanks and neetli) amid tho
oyerbraiiching trees, adding life and
vigor to (Ids Hcenn of great beauty.
Edward Everett Halo compares it to
Lake Como, in Italy, and I ho compari
son is quite just. ' It is well stocked
with lisu, arid the anglers pour bene
dictions on Scth Green for his active
work in behalf of piscatorial interest
Tho principal curiosities that Potts
town has to boast of Hro ringing rocks
on one of the high ridges skirting the
town. The rocks cover hii area of about
one acre. Collectively they resemble a
low, broad-based pyramid. The separ
ate rocks may be compared in average
t.i,6 to a hogshead. Several thousand
in number, they are piled in confusion
one upon another, the spaces between
them consisting of myriads of dark,
treacherous holes of various extent, tho
largest admitting the entrance of a man's
body. These little caves aro tho abodes
of foxes, as the occasional sight of a
prolt tiding bush testifies. Upon tho rocks
themselves is no sign of vegetation. In
color they range from agrayish-bluo to
a pale-brown, the latter being the pro
vailing hue. On being struck witn a
heavy sledge-hammer, they gave forth
clear, ringing sounds like a bell. A
sturdy mountaineer, who does the
pounding for a small consideration has,
after yours of practice, become able to
hammer Yankee Doodle out of them so
it can be heard and recognized a mile
Ehoii-Liftin,' n New York.
"In New York." said a dry-goods
man to a Louisr.lle Cuurisr-Jonrnal re
porter, "they have regular organized
bands of shop-lifters. I was working
as a clerk at A. T. Mewart's retail
house, when a richly dressed motherly
looking old lady came in. Her carriage
and footman were at the door. She
bought goods all along, small purchases
and remained some time looking at the
laces. I noticed tiiat she had the whole
counter covered w ith the finest goods
in tho house. I went on w itli my work,
but presently my attention was attracted
toward the door by some noise, and I
saw tiio old iady goiu' out. hho had
just reached the door when one of the
private detectives they have about
Stewart's laid his hand on Ipt arm and
hal her into one of the private rooms.
Il was soon whispered tnal the woman
was a notorious shop-lifter. I read an
account of her in all the papers the
next rooming. She had an apparatus
lived under her dress, a hook, so ar
ranged that when she would drop an
article on the Hour the hook w ould catch
in it and bo drawn up. Her clothes
were taken oh" by one of the lady clerks
and several hundred dollars' worth of
laces and silks were found on her. The
affair created a great deal of talk in
New fork, ami " tho authorities suc
ceeded in rooting out a successful gang
of thieves. All the large stores mere
have private detectives, whoso business
it is to watch everyone who comes in.
Not otie case in a hundred becomes
public. It is not an uncommon occur
rence there for a lady who is buying
fino lace to pick up a remnant and' put
it in her basket. It may tie worth sev
eral dollars, but she feels no more
compunctions about it than an ordinary
housewife would in taking an extra
lump of sugar from her grocer.
"lhe customers about w hom there is
the least trouble, strange to say, aro the
demi-monde. Tney never bargain and
never steal. They know that if they
do what some of their more virtuous
sisters attempt they will bo called plain
thieves and doubtless be sent to the
penitentiary. So they are on their good
behavior, and seldom give any trouble.
They usually buy something llashy, pay
tho pr.iro that is asked without murmur
ing, and leave without taking somo
one's else's bundles."
A tiny pig was served at a fashionablo
P.oston dinner the oilier evening, and
when he was placed on the table a howl
went up from the assembled rank and
fashion surrounding him. Tho little
beast stood on his own hoofs in the midst
of a bed of Marshal Neil roses; in Ids
r isysmuit was the customary lemon, and
l. v. sled in tiis small tail was a blue pond
liiy How her chef accomplished this
f.-at I lie bos;cs, refused to divulge, and
t lougu pork is no! usually admitted, in
any loim, into good society, Mr. Piggy
was duly cut up and tas'tod, and the
lieabh of the Cnincse cook duly drank
in chain pagne.
W. P. ..amhuin, river editor ol Pn Buu.xtih
and steamboat pseuer aijbtit. Orders for all
klndeof ateamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower'! European llotel. No. 7 Ohio levoe.
The Henry A. Tyler irom 8t. Louie ar
rived hero at 0 a. ni. yesterday. She had a
fine trip, both of freight and people She
received 45 deckers and 12 cabin passon
gors, and departed for Memphis at 10 a. m.
The Port Eads left for New Orleans yes
terday. She had three bnrgos well ladon
with freight.-Tho John Dippold is to-day
duo here from St. Louis. Tee Jack Frost
left with tho tow yesterday to go to (he
government works below hero. The Car
rier filling a day Id the Anchor lino is duo
this morning from St. Louis. She goes to
Vicksburg. Tho David R. Powell whs
hard aground yestorday near New Madrid,
and the Ella Kimbrough loft hero at noon
to rclcyse her if possible Sho took a sup
ply of coal to her and will likely get her
out of her trouble. Tho J. H. Ilillman
from EvanBvillo reported hero lest night
and left on her return trip at midnight.
The Hudson from St. Louis is due this
evening for Paducah. Tho Nashville will
bo the rogular packet down from Evam
villo and return to-uight. The Ohio is ris
ing at Pittsburg, Cincinnati and Louisville,
but the rise, If not kept up, will not tffoct
this part of the river.
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOUNIXG, OCTOBER 4, U88.
Ladies, beware of imitations. The great
popularity of Hall's Hkalth Puesehvino
Cokbktb or Ball's Corsets with coiled spring
elastic sectiocs has induced certain unprin
cipled dealers to palm oil on their unsus
pecting customers a worthless imitation for
the gtnuine article. We have begun pros
ecutions for fraud and damages against sev
eral dealers tor this practice, and shall do
the same with others us fast a we get evi
dence of this practice. The genuine article
can not be sold at retail for less than $1 25,
and any one who advertises or sells for lets
than that price, it is sufu to presume aro
offering a fraudulent article. Any lady
who purchases one of the genuine corsets
can return it after two or three weeks' w ear
if not satisfied with it in every respect, and
the price paid for it will be refunded,
Ciiicaoo Cow-kt Co
A Cure of Pneumonia.
Mr. D. It. Hurnaby, of Oewegu, N. Y., aave that
bis datihlerwaa taaen with a violent cold which
terminated with pneumonia and all the heat phye
Iclaua pave the case up and aid abe could not live
hut a few noun at mod. Hhu im In thin condi
tion when a 'rlend recommcnd"l lir.VVM. JUI.L'H
BALSAM FOrt'lHK l.UNUb and advised her to
try It. She accepted U as last resort, and wad
auiprlaed to And that It produced a marked change
for I lie belter, and by pmaevcrliiK In Its uioa per
manent cure waa effected.
TOWNSI.BY'B TOOTHACHE ANODYNE curia
Chaa. Jonea, of Kllr.abcUi, Spencer Co, Iiel ,
ay: "I hrvedalt in mo'iiclnoa number of year
and will nay that Dr. Hnet Vegetable Worm
hyrup la the moat valuable inecllriue I ever i.d
My cuatomera wore ao pleaaed with ita effect that
they purchased a nonibur of htittlua To have It on
hand. It la all that It is rccomtueudeil to he.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering ami
crying with pain of cutting teeth? 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
nomistBke about it. It cures dysentery uud
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone snd
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wius
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,
and is for Bale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Pure Cod LiverOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hsziru
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physiciai.s have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Chawed Hands, Face, rtMPi.K3, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, marie by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
Free of Cliarge.
All persons suffering Irom Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection of the Throat and Lunge, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, tree of
charge, which will couvince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
tlollar-si'ie bottle will do. Call eajly. (3)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will crrcyou, kiw.k
of cuakoe. This great remedy was
discovered ly a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Hev
Jobkph T. Inman, Station D.. New York
Io 'ut Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does ns recommended.
Electric Hitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedv, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Coinplaiutt;, Dis
eases of tho Kidneys ahd Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, f-ive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Bros. (Ih
U rape Culture aud Poit Wiue.
Mr. A. Speer.of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in the East, com
menced, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currents and
blackberries and other fruits. Ho now con
trols large vineyards of the Oporto urape,
from which his famous Purt drape Wine
is made, aud which chemists and physi
cians say rivals tho world for beneficial
effects on weakly and aged persons, and
tho consumptive. For sale by Paul O.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among (hem are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnaturtil weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food (.uccess.
fully overcome these troubles and restores
41. ... it . - .
me suuerer to ms iormer vigor, fl. At
Woiik Given Out. On receipt of vour
ouuress we win maKo an oiler ly which
you can earn 3 to $7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson A Co., 105 and 197
runon otreet, JNew lork.
To The West.
There aro a number of routes loading to
uiu aooyo-inontioneti section, but tho direct
and reliable route la vim Kuiut I . til It (ii 1
K-'UIIlt 441 '11 l (tllVI
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
.aim. iwtuy nrcruu irom tne uranu union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven-
ni-iio, .viciiison, or. Joseph and Omalm.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
hcest make aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
lot Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
prnii lortnoct with express train of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties onroulo to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
Bcunerv, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
Jluatrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, ol thl
lino, which will bo mailed free.
O. B. KiRifAN, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oen'I Pas. Agont. Gon'l Pus Agent.
( HANCEHY NOTICE.
State of Illinois, j In the Alexander County
Al.....,.i . f Ircult Court. Feburary
Alexander County, ( Term A. D. 1HI.
In Chancery Sitllni;.
Ellen Campbell, complainant,
lfuithy Campbell, defendant.
Illll IU Chancery U; ); vol ce.
l lie above named d. fumUtit In hereby n I d
J'"!' c tValiianl, n the I'.Hh day of Jnlv.
iw.i, men in aaid court u cere in bill in rhan-'-iv
lor divme aualiiHt you, aiel that iilina mi mm .i.h
fi ".". ,,,"r""n ru iimabia on tho firm dnv of
c'.tirt noiiNo in Cairo, ou the aecniid Monday of
Cairo, lit., Sept, 27ili, A. I). IHs.l.
Mii'Khi . . . AI.KX 1UVIN, Clerk.
MU'Key A I.m-k, t'omp alimnt'n solicitor
Notice l he.-eby i-iven that on Wedneaday the
aiiil Uav of October n. xi, betuven the hour of 10
0 cloi kin the forenoon sr.d 5 o'clock In tho after
ntmnof iuddai.at the late leaidence of vt,-r
wtolicnherif, aliaa I'tter stolinan, decua-ed, in tho
city oft airo. county of Alexander and etat o lilt
no!, the iierroual prop-rty of raid decedent, o u
tluu i f t wai'oim, 4 mute, cart, hoii-e mi, I
alied. '! wheelbarnw, 1 prlnd aloiii-, :i rhov -l. 1
lot tool. 1 lot hlns.':i bimI lumber, I plow, 1 l.ar
row, i tire door 1 lu- f nclng wire, I lot hurtle-,
1 lot hot bed nah, 1 lot trnin.P, 1 pump and pipe,
lold tf,vn, l clmtr. 1 lot ttiit, I mud wheel,
retire ti.il tain, Implement, a.il other artirk,
will bu o'd at i ubl c nl.
TK: .MS OF HAI.K: I'urchaaea of e tha-i live
dollar-lo be paid In hand ; I t that amount and
over, on a credit orU month, the purcharer uiv
luir no e, with aptmv d pecurity.
ADOLI'JI SW'OHO:A Adnilr.ietrtilor
Du'ed Cairo. Ill . September -jmh, lisa,
(iUKK.S (ilLlUKl. Attorney.
1 1 FN'S-K
nil ill Mom
io aunur from aarh
aaeal l Alion illraln Food th
m0t powerful Invigorant aver introduc-d:
once tailored by it there I no relapw. Try
its It never fmla. l: 8 for s.-t Drug.
'" or k7 mail frum Allen's Pharmacy,
ihfliflcrtJtioiiA will find
The glory jf a man it
BiieuKiu. ii yon
KM LunaI A n n,
. ,, . . iuuy. oroyeariyiDUlfr.
creopni, Allen'a Brain Food will perma-
uouujr remure an i'mi vigor, and atrengthen
all the niucleof Brain and Hody. . 6 for
,. "rariwii ur oy man irom Alloa t
cy. 3L6 lilt
I I PIUA Of tha many reme.
I ml J V" die before the public
I ! U for Nervoua Debility
LLLI1 1 1 and weaknuaaof Xurva
m mM mm ar Generative rlyatem,
there t none equal to Allen a Brain Food,
which promptly and permanently reitorei
all lot vigor; it never fall. 1 pkg.,tfor
S. At Druggiat. or by mail from Allen's
- BRAIN FOOD
I " 1 1 1 4 for aevrn ye an Atlen
I I ILRIV 'Brain Food baa Mood
I I ll the atrongoet teats at
LLfyll Bl to ita merits in curing
Jr" " Nervouanesa, 'ervolla
Debility, and reatoring lout power to the
weakened Generative Sretera, and. in no
tnatance, baa it ever failed; teatit $l:efor
5 At Druggiatj, or by mail from Allen'a
. : 'noniM ennn
:,;"luiinin i uuu
I I f! II Menoana In corpora
I I L. RI7V "aano;" "A aound mind
I I rill - inaaoundbody"lthe
LLLIl U trade mark of Allen'a
wm mm Brain Food, and we aa
aure our reader that. If diaoried with
either veakoeim of Brain or Bodily power,'
Una remdy will permanently atrengthen
both, l. At Druggist, or by mail from
I I L ftl'v" pebllitr. Neuralgia,
I I rtm X Karvoua8hock.St.Vi.
LLLIl U u Dance. Prostration.
W and all diaeaeea of
Nerve Generative Organ, are all perma
nently and radically cured by Allen'a Brain
Food, the great botaniral remedy. 1 1 pkg.,
6 for fi At Druggists, or by mall from
n nDAiM Ennn
Atlen'i Itraln Food
etrengtlie na the Brain
and positively curea
Servoua Dubilitv. Ner
Touine, Headache, unnatural loners, and
all weakneflnof iienerattveHyalem ; it never
fails. pkg., 8 for fit. At llniggieta, or
by mail frum Allen'a Pharmacy, 316 First
1 T8eaa, Propensity ana
I I I M 1 Ia Pasaion brings Man.
I I aT I il 1ini' numberlesa ail
III ! lmeiita, forciuoat among
atbein aro Nurvouaiieiui,
Nervous Debility and unnatural weakness
of Generative, Organs) Alien s Drain Food
euccuiuiftilly overcomes these troubles and
restores Hie sutturer to his former vigor, (1.
lie aullurer to ma iormer vigor, 1 1.
A I len'sl
y, 31 S 1st I
vuuue, nv Vork City.
AND LACK ViTAt. ENERGY?
-" I I'ow, in.' I i.ih mile Shlol
A Mieloiirelller I- let t ri .ill
' J-L'i iVVVa '"ilc end Mil, luil u A I I 11
V VjF'-VviZ "nee Mild lOonienlh lire a
'lVy.X'Sl 0 "iiieeiUhlor Nrrvousllelill.
tilV,t "' "' -. l;ii. uinaiisin
r I'lii'iis- vtiitisnon, J.ima
(it Vllill I'.'ltirgr. (Iverwork
nl Bruin, We.ik lined. Kid
l ev, l iver, anil Mounieh
i'niiiiiilnla, nnil nru nilniit
td U FlIHKit Mr. 'I'Iihks
iiiinnes arel lie
very lines! Im
proved, nnil en
from ImIIshu.I nil
ethers, us they
iieid, cnuslng na
win-, nor Irrita
tion nl flie akin
ran be worn at
work a wi ll a
rest only not li e-
JIiIh (o wenrer,
to meet the dllter
ent st uses of all
is oi oeuHiiT,, i nose rnr nun ONLY lib nnoa reach
the simt nl illseii.e, hs tliev net direct iimn Nervnu.
Museiilar.anit Oenernll.s (wnlera. siweillly lUiring
thavltiillty-whliili la Fleet rlelly-ilrulni d finm lliesis
tera by eiees or Inillserellons, they thus In a natural
way oimrcomn the wimknees without druaulng tha atom
aeh. They will uiirs) every osm short nlstriirtiirHl de
generation, and we are prepared In furnish Ilia most
amiihalle and a-nlut proof to auiuuirt our claims,
Illustrated t'liuitiulet Frm.or sent sealed fordo posUica,
&niulUUoi I AMk.llOAN OALVANIO CO.
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nil mi v tv rnr
Stlif Jolata, Nouralda, Lame Back, Cramn.. TnTT. ai.
Sor. Throat, PainTln tho Limbl for lu 7Z?fS( W Hu?m
llllll la I'niuil v Ptllem-bum fur u i i... 1 . '"3' "
r.io.i rl.W a , ,r nl ' in, . e,
. n ' u.mi.uiuii,. pun ioernir Alinnnnr
ask your unife'gut lor It. 1'rico 5o ct
ITeparcd only by JACOB S. MXRRELL.
wnoiennte Dnigglat. 8T.
yol.l'MKS. the cho'ceat litorattiro of tho world.
lMl-piitfe , atalomiu free. Lowest price ever knov. n.
01 sold by ilea era. Sent for txamlna.lon be
rre payment on evidence of od faith.
JOHN i. ALDKN, PtihlMier.
''' '-i-'?- 1H Vccy St., N. Y.
New illustrated catalogue, (10 pp.
Ito) fur hciuHou of 18834, including
many new style: the best assortment of
tlie lust ami most attractive organs we
have, evor ollVreil, and at lowest irie s,
822 to JitiOO, for cash, easy payments or
rented. Sent free.
Boston, l.'.n'remontit; New York, id East Ml h t;
('hicao, M9 U'abaah at.
PIANOS and OUGANS
Are the finest in TONE,
Are the finest in DKSUi.V,
Are the finest in WORKMANSHIP.
Send for Catalogue with music free
GEO. WOODS' COMPANY,
(1"8 Washtnxtou Street, Boaton, Ma.
WORTH SENDING FOR!
Hr. J. II. HCUENXK biia Juat pablighod a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
EM HOW TO CURE THEM
which laofferMFKKK. poetpald.tn all applicant
It ciiitiuiiar.iu,jl1,ii,r..ri)uo..n fiirallwlioHiiiiiKKie
I leiiwelveii aflbcbil wltli, or llatile pi any dimwio of
Iheuiroatorluiura. Mention Una iaier. Addresa
Dr. J. II. NHIKNOK A-n(N, IMillsdelnMa, l'a.
ni4 i yuu uuh Lnjtuh ur (ia-miui Jmm)
617 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
regular (i i-ri.l i in -' "ieiiic-.il
roil.-f,-,, ii.-,, Hern i,nt-er eiicnued lii the tr. in
Ineiil ill t 'hl-oiue, Nel-VOllB, r-li i ii iiikI
Jtlrifel lllM.i-.es tlllt.'l .'HIV nl In r Jill V ii;iii III
H. I .on is ns eltv papers cLaw- iiii.f all old r--.
ileiM, kl'ij. t'r-!,ltatbn .1 ollieeur kf lll'ill.
tree is 1 1 . 1 lleil. A I'rlelnllV tlllk or Ills iipllili.ll
cn-ls iiiil Ii Mm'. V hen It IsMii'.inveiiJetit to; I -It
the city .nr 1 r.-.-i t mi ii I , moil M-ln,i ran l.esent
by mull or express i-vert here. I'd ru :) rnset
k-niiniiiteeil ; where doubt exists U Is frankly
tMiid. Cu'l or Write.
JNrvous rrostratloa, Debility, Montal and
Physical Weitkneag, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skinand Bones, Blood
I'u :-'' - Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTec
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marritge, RbeumatiFm, Piles. Special
attention to cusea from over-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special aUcntiou.
Diseases arising from Imr.rudencas, Excewit
Indulgea?:s or Exposures.
It Is self-ev.eiit that a physician pnylnir
p:ii'tlei!lnr attention to a class ol'cnses altuins
lii'eiit kill, nod phy mi'lans in re KUlnr prurtlco
all over Hie rouiitrv kni.Hliii: this, lteiieiiily
reeiiinni I eases to the nlilesli lllce III America,
where every known applliince la resorted to.
and the prnvml nel i .'iii.-i1iiM of all
nai s and I'oiint rles an used, A hole house -n-ed
loriilll'-e purimses and .ill are Mealed Willi
skill In a respivtinl maimer; uud, kiiowlni;
w hat Pi do. no expei l tneiits are inade. iinae.
rniint of the ureiit miiiilier npiily Inc. the
Cllailft-S are kept ln. Otiell lower ILllll Is
ili-iii :in i Mil by nlliers If yuu secure the skl'l
uml net a speedy mid perfect litv rure, that la
the iiiipiu'titiit ' matter. rampblet, iK pagca,
scut to any address free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Klri:aut clntb ami irilt blndiiiK. fiealed fur 50
cents In uistitire nr coi l I'lli-V (IM'l- lllly Willi
terful pen pleliires, li ne In life iirtlclesiiii tin,
fnlliiw Mm uliect i . Who mil) marry, whonol;
whvV I'riiper aire tutnarrv. Who marry first,
taiihini'l. VViiinaiihninl. riivsleiil deeuv. Who
shoiilil iintrry . Il nv life uml happiness may bo
Increase. I, Those nuirrled or enntaiiililatliiK
bin. it inn should rend It. It oiiklil tone read
nv all adult persons, then kept under lock and
k''V. 1 ' hi I .-i 1- - 1 1 1 ' - same h above, but paper
rover and Jim) pane. lijctuls by mail, lu uioucjr
WK will piv th TfwrH lonnt rmof Mm CnmpUlnl1
( iu, Mt k K.'t'lawh, Iri-liitl.in, Ctivtlt1n or CoiilvvtiKaa,
rstiUMintra wiUi Wrri Vifnltt Liryr I'llli. fif thi dlrw
l:hitri itrMty romplM wiih. Tlmv ft yutv vetntil, m
bfvt-rfnil lo flv Mlktrtl'it. Huffair rlttl. I ntga Iwlt-t, m
tiiitlnv ;m f.iii, 'vhii. Fvr mi t v ill dniL'irl'ii. H-tt "(
counivrlslti tuil tmlutiorii. Ttii y. niiint niMitif tttiiteni only by
JOHN V, WK-iT A On, 111 A l-i V. )f .(,,,. Hi., Vbk
t rav It iaJ it kAtf4 hu by mill im j a.ij mi rrtU't f i t vttil ii4uii.
Health Is Wealth i
Dii K. r. W'hst'm Ni-.itvK and ltttAiN Tnr.tr.
IIENT, n KimruntisMl nieoitlo fur MyateriH, lir.zi.
nifia, CoiivulsioiiH, Fit a, Norvuua Neiirnli;ia,
llnmliwlio, Nnrvime Priistriitiini ciuikihI by the use
nfiilt'iilml nr tuliiieeu, Wiikefiiltinaa, Meittnl ))iv
inwHiiui, Hufletiiiitf oi tint lb uiu reeiillniK in in
utility uml leiiiliiiK to niinery, tloony nnil I'eiilh,
I'ri'iiiiilnrii Olil Atfo, Hiirri'tiiiiwa, l.ia of power
in either aoit, Itivoliititiuy Loaaea nml Htionimr.
(irrbuiieiin'il liyovor-i'xortiiin of tlioliniin.aelf.
almiMior iver.iiiiliiliiioi, KjicIi box ciuitnina
oiih iiiinilli'a troHtnient. I.KIli liox.nraix noaoa
fiirJ'i.Ui.Kotil by innil t.rop'inl on receipt of pneo.
w ti .rAit.xri'.K HIX IIOXI.M
To mini tiny caan. With eah onler hcoivod hyii
(or an Imrea. nceouuniniml with Wis will
ai'tiil tho tiiiruluuMT our written ituaranloo to i r
fniiil the money if tho treatment Uoos not ofloul
a euro, (iuurmitetia iaaniHl only by
IIAIUIY W. SOHUI1.
Draifglal, Dor. Commerotal ave. A Ulh IL, Ca lio
uu iiiva. utuiiTLruLiiiir i Jinriinnt
coneentriileit Mini n
jaMTSaSWTZ,f ii. i i ,.i , .,
. ' "i" .D.c.la9.- . " Uowel.
NKW AUVEHTIME MKN'l's.
aeeiung uic o&e
Order on trial, artrtreaa for circular and location Of
mvptiii aiei ."iiiiern nuircrinilseB Sllll AiTCtlta.
P. K. DEDERICK A CO., Albany, H. Y.
I kl VuhLtS. No puhicilv; residents of any
1 Male liesertion, Non-Su ppert. Advice and
application for atamp. W'. 11. I.EB. Att'r. 239
iueury townlu the Union
vo aeu Uie
10e. ismoko fur Jcf
r nicivi a-1 1 1 l-i,
, ... ...... tn..r. wir'n ,nei(,
- Saniiile lot of 2.1 dnlif.
tnilm ...... -
i-ijered to ny part of the
N?U.afiri. S- ndforour
jj?r5' tPnna, rto. QCHNl'LL
T . ivik.iw, iinuamiii'iiis, iiiu.
SmoksrsI SeuJ us your qJJresa.
I have known and wa'ched the na-i ofSelft'e
peclttc or over tllty yi-nra, and bavo never krown
cr heard nf it fullnre t i cure i loud l'oiroii when
iir.iperlv tuktiii I n-ed it on mv eervani from
liCiii to 1815. aa did aim a nuinki-r of my neighbors,
and in eierv ciae that came w lth.n my knowledno
It It'i cled a cure. In all mv life I have never known
a retneily Him would ro fully acromuilah what It Is
ro nimeiided to do.
II. L. liKNN'AKD, Perry, (ia.
I have known and tied Sw t'e Specific for more
th ii n twenty years, and have ecen more wonderful
resn is Irom lis ue than finm any remedy in or
out of the I'harmac po-ia. It la a crtain and asfe
antidote to all sorts nf I11im.iI 'one
The (irtMt Druir House of Chicago.
We do not hesitate to cay 'hat for a vear pant
weavesold more ot Swiu'g Siieciflc (a. 8. H.)
thn all nthur Ilniod Tar'tlera comb mid, and with
most aptotiiahlrg r- f ult. tine irentlen an who
na. d half a dozen boul. a nil a i hut It line done him
more Konit than treatment whlrh cost him l. mm.
Another who has UM-d it for a scrofuloua allllctlon
tepoilaa perrnaiienl cure fri m Its us.;.
VAN hlIAA0!,!TlVKNON & VO.
Will be paid to any Chemist who will flml, on an
alysts of Phi bottles S, 8 H., o'ie particle of .Mer
cury, Iodide rolii-sliim. or anv mineral aiibarniice.
Drawer .'I, Alianta, Oa.
lWrl-o for the III tic book, which v. Ill bo
Price: Small aize, Jl IKl per bottle. I.a-ce al.e
(nolditit! doiiblu qimiiMvi, gl.TJ bottle. All Drtii
Ifiale sell il. 3
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! 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
ILL. w MASS.
TOR SALE BY
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