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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, lags.
THE
miRPflUV El H H MITUALAIII SOCIETY,
VIiifr 111 8
Disease Cured
Without Medicine.
A Valuable Discovery foraopplylnR MrjKnetlam to
the Human Hyaem Kleclrlc.ll v and Munj'i.m
uilllxcd m never Wore for Healing tb hick,
TUB MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.'g
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE MoNn
it liiri'Mi'n, Ibe following; diseases wtthon'.mod
Iclne: I'aiiu is Tin hack, lui'f, hiadohlimkh,
NIKVOl'S HXBII.ITV, IUHHAOO, tt NKIIa.1. I)T.HII,1TV,
HHRl-MATISM, I'ABAI.TKIH, NFI'IUWIA, CUT1A,
DISKAHiB ortUM KlllIKVl,lirlNALDiltA8Kf, K)ll"in
livkh. Omit. SratiitU Kmlaeioni. Inipotency,
Asthma. II.' t Plr.io, Dyapepala, Constipation,
Krtioit, Iiulnreetlon, Hernia or Hupture. Cat
arrh. I'ilca, Kpiiepfjr. I'niuh Aene.ete.
When any .lobili'v of the USNBHATIVK OR
GANS occur, lost Vitality, Luck of Norve Force
mi'ViBur. vNaetimr Weukueas, end all thoao Dm
aaa. a of a personal nature, Irom whatever c.auae,
thcctintintioiia stream of macnetUm permoailni?
throuiili ibo purta, mint r. store them to a healthy
aclion. Tb"re Is no mistake aliont thla Appd-
TO THE LADIES: li.B&?.
Weakness of t lie Spine. Fulling of the Womb,
LeueMrrt.rcji, Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
orilu' Womb, incidental Hum, rrhaeo or Flooding,
I'.ili ful, hupprniii'd and Irrepular Menstruation,
lSarrennea. and Change of Life, thla la the Bent
Appliance and Curat 'Ve Acent kunwu.
For all lonns of Kcnialo Dl lleuitlea It la nncur
naoKt'd tiy anything before Invented, both an a
curative aout aud aa a bourse of power ai.d vital
nation. Price of either Bel' with Magnetic Insoles, flu,
aent by eipre-a 0 O. 1). and elimination al
lowed, or fy mall on receipt of price. In ordering
send measure ol waiat and alze of ehoo Hcmlt
tance cau be made in currency, aent In letter at
our risk. . . . .
The Magnetic Garments are adapted to all age",
are wnra ovur the undurclotb'u (n-t next to the
bodv Ilk-the many 0W.iiV and Electric Hum
bun's adv.-rtla d no extensively), nd hould P
tak n ..tr at nght. The.v hold their I'OWlUi
FuHKVKlt, and mm woru at all seasons of tho
5Seiid stamp for tho "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Wlthoit Medicine," with thousands ol
tcjtlmotiials.
TDK MvUN'ETON APPLIANCE CO.,
21H State Street, Chicago, 111.
Num. Send one dol ar In poaiage an up or
enrrency (in letter at our rick) wltn elzo ol shoe
usually 'worn, aud trv a pair of our Magnetic In
l.dea. and he convinced of the power residing In
oar other MaL'netlc. Appliance!. Positively no
cold feet when tuey are worn, or money refunded,
lOlMy
The Daily Bulletin.
OK KICK: NO. 7U OHIO LKVEK.
OFFICIAL PA PKK OF ALKX ANDER COCSTY.
KNTLHEI) AT THE CAIHO F08TOFFICK Foil
VRANSM1SSI0S TIlKol'OH THE MAILS AT
BF.fOND t'LASti HATK8.
a n j ;rj'i'.):i.
u.'!; i'." Ic-iM'.i--' 1 11
ever t':if (rem r. i:
Yollt: l:iii: s':'Vt
or; :l,e f"r i.- I'l.
A cjr.ti'ni'j' rai v r.ivti
i txTlll
i-i ;liw:i
I In ii.-y.
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that
a ,;i'i li.'j -T : it:ir
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n wiroan in a tw'nkllti ' when Imi' hin-
ban. I or IoVit i w ti i : : i jt t'"' J i 10
th'ei8 idr itliuivii nr llm opurti.
ThtTcis nothin- ko gcnproiiiiin a wo
rutin's ppticrosity, and nono tliat pi't
les public reward. It is not every
sclionl-tonchnr who can pet her nanio
in tho papuro for haviur "kindly troatud
her pujiils to a nioo rido in the country,
itf'.or having tuado the. littlo ones chip
in 10 fonts npiiiofl or tho hire of tho
moving wagon.
Tho latest thing in China! Ho (to his
lianeeo) "I say, Julia, old girl, have
you ever noticed ti.isP" Sho (who
liatcjj to havn people talk to her when
sho is reading) "No." Ho What!
not seen this sweet thing in ChinaP"
She (with enthusiasm) -Oh, in China!
What is it?" Ho "Sugar." Sho
breaks the engagement.
Young Oeorgo Vanderbilt, fourth son
of the millionaire, wants to bo a news
paper reporter. There it crops out
again; the natural and inheritary greed
for gold; the Insatiable thirst for wealth,
the passion for amassing millions by
tho easiest and quickest methods, and
reaching a fabulous competence by the
shortest wa. It's a family trait.
A vigorous old fellow in Maine, who
had lately buried his fourth wifo was
accosted by an aeipmintanee, who, un
aware of his bereavement, asked, "How
is your wife. Captain l'lowjogger?"
To which the captain replied, with a
crave face: "Waal, to tell you the
trowth, I'm kinder out o' wives just
noovv." ,
The new attendant of tho wateiing
plaee bookstore stood behind the coun
ter with his head a little on one side and
a white handkerchief around his "neck,
when a daintv Summer sojourner trip
ped in. and. fixing her blue orbs upon
him, asked: "Have voti got a 'Newport
Aquarelle?' " To which, with a thank
ful smile, he replied: "No, marm; 1
don t think it s notlim nut a common
bile."
Mamma: "Both Smytho and Hobson
were most attentive to Celia last night,
papa! Robson's as good as gold, with
the temper of an angel like herself!
and Smythe's a heartless, selfish, dissi
pated voting liend! I do hope it will he
Kobon!M Papa: "Wei!, 1 don't know.
If Uobson's really all you say. she'll
precious soon get tired of him. Where
as, from your description of Smytlie, I
fancy she would be able to love him
faithfully all her life long. Any woman
would!""
A family named its sons OaeSiickney,
Two Stictney, Three Stiektiey; and the
daughters were named First Stick ney,
Second Stickney, Third Stickney. The
throe elder children of another family
were named Joseph, And. Another; and
it was proposed to call the rest, if auv
appeare I, A!.-o, Moreov
GERahTeME
FOR 3PLI3NT.
CURES
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headucho, Toothache,
Noi'4 Tliroitl. Km clllnif. Sirnlu, IIiiiIm.
Ilui-iia. NenltU. 'iol llllt-K,
AMI A 1,1. I 1 II I II Illlllll.V I'tlNH AMI AC Ills.
Bold by Unirfat 't ll.",l,'i ..vrrvwI.tTe. Fifty Ceuti t boelt
I'he.'ti-,,,. i,l 11 t.Hi)ri'iriK''l.
tiik ini.'i.i.s A. vu Pl.t: it o
dlllHIIHW to A. VUUCI4.II A 1. 0.1 U,,l(liM,,ra. M'l., I'. S.
L. C. BOYBNGTON'S
PATENT AUTOMATIO
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
CO
V':" tL CM
Them"t nprfrt'tly h ilnnced FOI.PINT, 11ED In tlie
ww!d. Sul-iunilHl, yet w IVHt Unit a child ;an 'l'n
and cl, 1' I0 Tliev cnnthlne (. KB AT
STKHNUTH. 1IKA1TV and VTII.ITV. U 1. tlm
VKltV nT. iii-m eonipH f, t AhlKT HLP.K"
HHP, and la now itvr,l to U' puWic a the .'"Ar
j:s"T pan nt Koldtiirt Hnl "n lt,c niiirkw. it L'-ONO-S
I7lts SI'Ai K, wv, WEAR and TEAR f CAR.
PETS, keep the HKHP1N0 CLEAN FROM VVt-J.
KDd l rapidly ki.htw (lii tf ail ollii'r 1 ,U In the
f.H olll,' "f Hie rich and poor ulike lu all w.'tloii ol
in HI -KK4I-. IHF.IMI!irAr:,
C. Itl KT, IKinH.CAaH, a I 1
lulll. and WltlTINtt-ltr.MK hljlea.
tend iur JXtacrlpilve and llliwtriitcd t Itxu.ar.
f actory & Office, 14B5 State St, Chicago,
lirinm'cdlng for circular ViitUprlcoa, pli-ace Dim
th.a p:ic
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s"-n!et)C'4 in
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eve.-ivj'-ei when it
A
w.-n
an 1
; s.
lave
Ill.itl
, i.islaiv
1 so la'
a
Ttl-l:eee, Ala..
love the other ni it,
it. at the cirl'muuiher
bro.i 'tit in a '1 'n e.".'s :in a-ke, him to
t :teli them fr her. Hi b-ft. an 1
declares iliat in-will never call a.'ain.
The sea"ti is npproae'iiiui wiien tlm
m irried man roils liini'e'.f up in thrc!
or four thicknesses of bedclothes, ana
tiicn e,itni:iitis the next morning be
cause Ids wile w ants him to buy her a
1 l-eent C"Ug;i lotion.
K ae!i, the niilliotiaire ship-builder,
declares lie was once a tramp. Orders
have been i-tied in this olliee, to the
eil'eel that cv, ry tramp Macii who pre
sents liimself is to have the freedom of
the pas'c-pot. iili.bur) TcUij'ttj.i,
Am i-i.terpridng exchange ruslie-, ittio
print wiiii the startling information
that "CalL'iilti. the Roman Knijieror,
was i i n on Au.'iisi ,'il, in the year 12."
Unfurl iniale man! 'I'he probabilaies are
that i.e is dead now,
Hid you notice the ntsthetical appear
at.ce of M,ss Giddigush, Amy?" nsked
the hioii sehool pirl. "I noticed she
had :i t innile on her nose," replied Amy,
" jut 1 didn't know tho dictionary word
I r it,
"How niaiiv races nro merer was
nsl.ed by a sehooltn I'ntil, Up sprang a
shock-headed voutijster, with a vnrd
wide Htnile on his lace, aud exclaimed
1 iiice me Miring meeting, midsummer
fpooding ivixl fall fairs."
"Pull down your umbrellas. You'll
scare this onglin off the line," sereamei
the enirineer on the Western North (.'at'
il ina Koad tea crowd nfcountrv people,
who ha I gathered to sen the lir.t train
come in. They were all lowered at
once,
i ne iinveinui" hi an owl: A lexas
owl inistook sleeping man's head for
a cn.cKen, ioi l i a -1 1 n 0, 1 ins claws into
Ids hair and scalp. "Well, what's the
matter now, old woman?" xaid the iiih-
sailed, lis lie noke.
Journal.
reiitlersoii itl M.eiclv:
liana sweet mouth, Mr.
marked Mrs. Smith. '
l'enderson, anxious to sav sotueihin
nppropriHl'i, "and such a lare inotitli
loo," Kverv moutli was shut innnedi
atelv and rendtrson wished he ha, In
ojieued hia.
Itl addrei-sing a Sunday-school n
while- ago, a speaker said to tho boys
"Always be kind lo your litlle sinter.
Now, I never had a little slater, and 1
onen tried to be kind to somo other fel
low' sister; but hu had a cruel father,
and lie hurt mn helping mo o IV tho front
Hlepn."
A few day ngo lightning struck n
woman In Pennsylvania and stripped oil
bor clothes In a twinkling. What tin:
time demands, according to tho Bene
dict of tho Noi rlslown 7croW,ls a species
of lightning i lial will put tb clothes on
r. Nevertheless,
ami Notwithstanding. Another house
hold actuaiiy named their child Finis,
supposing li was the last; but three
more were born, who were called Ad
denda. An-ndix, and Supplement.
"I want lu get a pair of driving
gloves," said a consequential looking
duck, entering a gent's furnishing
store and addressing a lady attendant.
"Buckskin?" asked the toUte sal?swo-
man. no," replied the impetuous
! customer. "I want something that
j wia natch the color of mv .-kin." "O.i.
vo;i do?" replied th lady. liekly tak
ing down a box from the sheif, "try a
pair of these calfskins!" He has uever
-ince patrorjiz i a ;ore where there
are woman attendants.
A little girl's mother tol l h ir if sho
went out of the gate she would have to
whip her, and in an hour the young one
was picked up in the gutter, in the
midst of mud-pie making. "I thought
I told you if you went out that gate I'd
whip you," s'aid the mother, angrily.
"Pint I didn't do out de date, mamma."
saul the kut in a wir.miier. "les, vou
did, and you've been out in the street
ir an hour, and look nke a pig. "but,
mamma, 1 Uiun t go out ue uate.
Yes, you did, too, and 1 m going to
whip you." "I didn't go out de date;
Hum over e lenee, au oo tan t whip
me is lime, mamma.
Jirsii City
"Your slsli
, . .
nruw ti, r
'lea, in I, let
Tho YoungoBt DrumniRr-Boy.
The Twelfth Indinna regiment pos
sessed a pet of whom it mav. be said
that he enjoyed a renown scarcely sec
ond to that of the wide-famed Wiscon-
in cajrle. This was "Iitiln Tommy,"
. n . ..... i, . .,
is he was lamuiari.v caneo in those
bus the youngest drummer boy and,
so far as the writers knowledge goes,
the vounircst enlisted man in the Union
irmv. Tho wtiicr well remembers
liivlng seen him on several occasions,
lis diminiiiivu si.e and child-like tip
learance, us well as his remarkable
kdl and grace in handling the drum
i.icks. never failed to make an itnpres-
moii not soon to fade from the iU"inorv.
Some brief and honorable mention of
Litlle Tommv," the pride of the,
Twelfth Indiana regiment, should not
be omitted in t'ueso "H .'collections of a
Drummer-boy."
Thomas Hublcr was born in Fort
Wayne, Allen county, Indiana, October
9, When two years of iilto the'
family removed to Warsaw, Indiana.
On the outbreak of the war, Ids father,
who had been a.icriuan soldier of tho
truest type, raised a company of men in
response to President liueo!n's first
call for "o.tHiO troops, "Little Tommy''
was the lir.-t to eli ist in his father's
company, the date of enrollment being
April l'i, 1 Kill . He was then nine yearn
and six moiilhs old.
The regiment lo which the company
was assigned whs with the Army of tlm
Potomac throughout nil its campaigns
in Maryland nnd Virginia. At the ex
pirtiiion of its term of frrvleo, in Au
gust, lMi'.L', "Litlle Tommy" re-enlisted
and served to the end of the war, hav
ing been present 111 sumo twenty-six
baltles. lb; whs greatly beloved by all
the 1 1 1 1 ii of his reLriuieiit. with whom he
was a constant favorite. It is llioiij;ht
tiiat lie li.'at the lirst "long roll" of the
gveal civil war. He Is still living in
Warsaw, Indiana, and bhls fair In be
the latest survivor of the great army of
which he was tho youngest member.
With llm swift advancing years, the
ranks of tho soldiers of the lato war urn
rapidly being thinned out, aud those
who yet remain nro fast showing sinus
of use. "Tin; boy g In blue" nro thus,
ns tho years go by, almost impercepti
bly turning into "the boys In gray;"
atitl as "Little Tommy," the youngest
of them nil, sounded their lirst reveille,
so may ho yel livo to best their last
tattoo. Hi'. Sirkn'm iur (J'Ulwr.
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J. II. K0I1INH0N
M. I'll II. I. ITS
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VV. II. MAHKAN I
J. rl. I'KTHIK I
THOMAS LEWIS
ED. II. WIIITK
KXKCJUTIVK COMM 1TTK K
Win r.PriTHKK, I.. S. THOMAS,
W. C. JUCKI.YN, K. VINCENT,
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BOAKU O F M A NAG lu Ufi:
J. A. Onldbtlne, of (ioltli-tliu: i Hoecnwutcr, whole
ale and retail ilrv iroml. etc. ; ,lua. S. Melt ahoy
liimher deuler; NVru. K. l'itcber, general am;
Albert Lewie, dealer iu llour ami uraln; L. S.
Thoinaa, hrlcklnyer; Monea rbllllps, cou raptor
and builder; H. A. Cbnmliloy, urocor: Tlioa.
Lewis, secret ary and attorney-at-law; A. 11.
Miiruan, llin,eputhic pliyaiciau: II. ha dor, of
Sar.der Son. croceraj li, 11 Bulrd. atrce eupcr
Visor: l'.d II. White, ass't ei'C. W. AO. M. A. Mo-
clety; .1. W. Spier, lumber ami a.iw-mlll; K. I,.
Uernluoii, barber: K. H- Dictricn, cn-rx m. i..
H It ; M. Kohier. merchant tailor: dotr M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window alindee; .1.
K. Km? lah. contractor and builder: W m i . Ited-
burn, of Morse & Ketlhurn, cltfur ninuiifiicturi rH ;
F. Vincent, dealer In lime and cement; I. A.
1'helpe, photographer; W. (' JoceI n, d, iittl; S
H . Talier, mt2. jeweler; .1 . ii. Koiuiisrin, .1. r. ant
notnrv public; J. S. I'etrte, physician; 11. V.
Hoatwifk. iinoiraace niietit; K. Ii. Jarbue. ft remun
tt. Ci.'ia iimlna, nnd K K. W albridiie, lumhtritmi
saw-niill, of Ciiirii; II. Leghorn, rashitr N it.
Bunk, Stiiurt, Pwa; Key. F. A. W ilkTtiii, I'rvoi-
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kind numliiirliisa all
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I htitii m en k'..auniiBttniaai.
arvous Deblllly and unnsiurnl wnaknesa
of linnnriiiivn Organs! Allen's Drain rood
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