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chronic i-onsMpatloti hui) other obstinate d's.-usca,
Hosteller's Nliiiii- h Bitter I beyond nil coinpan
uu tlii! nest remedy that ran lie taken As a
im-ans ofri HturitiK tln strength aid vital ene try of
person uo km-, miking under the ilni.illtstlrig
e.Te t of painful dln.r lera. thl tianil -rI v.'ge'alilu
Invigorant is otife.'sedly uin-qualed
Kur Main bv all il uggiita and doilera generally
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e the Magneton Appliance Co.'s
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They aro prk.eles to nun-., ti kstlemi: v and
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furniKKi teak-. Are worn over ihe undercloth
n cdless to ds. rbe the
jptons of this nauseous Uls-
ts'c t'lnl is salpinx tli I I - arid strength o! only
loo utnv .f the till ..--t a n i liict of tmlli trie
Lab r. aunty a'.d r-mur ti hi Am ri' t, Europe and
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writ'' I- tin) proprietor. , 'ntrj the r ce In let
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vnaiiir aurr'iiri 'iy I nr. m ait i im iwH a- ana
iBelma eaiea i.'ure't ororrialn rKiinrailiia to full lot fat
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The Daily Bulletin.
S'ori'l r-atthof Dhil.h.
F'ir two : T I ni.'! lis n i;il'tv of
thrt'i; uf in frmii Ihc N'iriii ci' iii:tr-
tl'l'iol Willi li III'.' ('.'ill II f I I'll, r . Ilillt w
I'xpioruu tint iKiiiK'-in'iii ni Siniuii, tin
war) li tiO'l man, tlmii;:ii r:t hit kIiv lit
lirst, uii'l liis w ifn wiis ,'in awiul ijimmI
woiuaii, tli(iii).'li him h.i'l ln'i' faults.
Two of us elopi in a room I.v'hI m Iimiu
tlio family IjimIihoiu ohi dy a tiiin
lioanl j : i r t it ion, iml on tiio ricconil
nilit, afutr wn oulit to liavit lutitn
somul uh!ud), tlii! oi wom.in MiiMculy
"Now, Jalii-y, Smiili, you'ii I'll havo
"Why, Mother, what is il?" ho
"What, in it,? Why, cvitr siiico tlicni
Htran'crs hhowcil up yon'vi' bin rarry
In a powerful high huail! Vou cliiiru
oil you wcro in this liirlit."
"Takti ft back! Take it hank, Jaboz
Smith, or I'll tunko a bahl-hi-ad of
Shn pviilnntly gave a twist in his hair,
ami ho yellixl out that ho was a liar ami
was sorry for it.
"And you'vu benn taking pains to
Hpt.'ak of your farm, and your twain,
and your thisj and that. Jahc., who
owns this farm? Who bought thorn
mulos? Out with it, or I'll get tho
ojoiifri) on your eye!"
"I-1 reckon you do!" Im stam
mered. "Vou bet I do! I Imard you tcllin?;
how you lost eighty nijejers by the war.
Jahfcz, tli.it was an infernal lie! Own
it up or I'll shet your breath oft"!"
"I I own it, ino'.lier."
"A n'l yu was tellinu as how your
father was a judo in North ('arolina.
Jabez Smith, tako it back!"
"Well, wasn't he?"
"Never! lie was nothing but a Ten
nessee 'eoon-htinter, and you know it!
Oil! ou need pouniliri!"'
lie hadn't any opinion to express on
that point, and after an interval of si
lence she raised upon her elbow and
"Now, then, you hear nie! I own
this e'iiat, and that mule team, and
the co.v and all else. I run the busi
ness. I run you. If 1 ever find you
prancinir around a'ain like you have
for thu last two days I'll make ilo's
uu'iit of sou! Do you listen?"
lie diJu't saw
"Oil! you don't! Then take that!
and that! and "
At this juncture the bed broke down
with an awful crash, followed by tho
howls of tiio ilos sleopinir under it and
the groans and j tw words of man and
w if.;, ami we turned over and went to
sleep with the conflict still rainj.
M. Qua.l. n
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L; 8 f.psri!ix Tim,
A Miii'lleto'A li (N. V.) roTi'-iii'lonl
of an K iiern paper u ; itc;
When the city i -t. 1 i . - firt be-an their
hum for h'OL's it wm s' V' ial days before
tiiey eounl scliool them-'dves to control
.tin- ii.'.tural impul-e to scream when
they found a ti".'. The pioneer expeili
tioii a:tint tins Iids wa composed of
s x yoiinir ladies duly eipiip'd and
criparssoiieil for ihe outlaiiiil. Actim;
on ins'i'iti'ii'iiix ti"in a n:iiie "fro-oer,"
tiiey .vpanucd al'iti,' li e tn'n of tne
pond at intervnU of twentv feet or so
:irirt. l're.-.'ii'K the hiitiii-e-s ho was
f'llthere.-t alie.'ld lltlel'id n piercing
s.ii'ier,, dropped her p.trhfork, and ran.
J'iie one next to her screamed, dropped
I. or pitchfork aud ran. Tims, one aftei
tint oilier, all shrieked, dropped their
I itchforks and ran. When they met,
almost breathless, far away from the
pond, the one who had given the alarm
was overwhelmed with anxious inquiries
as to what wa- the matter.
"Oli! goodness gracious!" slitt said.
' I saw one; oh, such au awfullv big
,. . . rs
"Oil! my!" was die chorus nf tho hun
tresses. "."t's go bark lioiii"."
A native h-iiernian w ho saw (he re
I reat sa s "it was better' n a circus to
see them galls droppin" them pitchforks
and gitlin' 'way I pun the pond, yellin'
as though the old boy w;is arterVm."
Hut braver panic were organized, and
now there are but few among the dainti
est of the lady boarders- some of whom
would turn pale to see a chicken de
capitatedwho cannot thrust, n spear
through a frog, remove him, and separ
ate his saddles with the coolness and
skill of an old frog-calciier. Most ol
the female fioggers prefer thu spear
to a hook and line and' red flannel lish
ing, because the former reipiircs more
skill, and kills the frogs at the .same
time. To catch frogs in the latter w ay,
an ordinary rod, line, and hook are
iHed. The hook is baited with a piece
of red flannel. When a frog is discov
ered the flannel is lowered in front of
him. Ho never falls to snap it, aud is
caught. Then comes the necessity of
killing him, which, to tho novice, is by
uo means agreeable.
Nitrbtoaps in. the Navy,
dipt. W. II, Talker entered tho navy
as a midshipman In October, 1811, be
ing then 14 years of ago, nnd was al
most immediately ordered to tho United
States uteamer North Carolina, anchor
ed off New York. When ho went to
bed In tho evening a surprise awaited
him for which ho was totally unpre
pared. "Up to this time," he snys, "I
hud Htill'oreil much with civracho, and
my mother had caused mo to wear night
caps. My caps were of many colors,
blue, rod, green, etc., for Ihey were
made of remnants of my ulstor'n dress
es. Now, as I made my final prepara
tions for reposo, 1 opened my trunk and
put on a close lilting nightcap. It was
the signal for indescribable confusion.
If 1 had put on a suit of mail, it could
not have caused more aslonlshmont
among thesu light-hearted reefers. They
rushed at my trunk, seized tho caps,
pttl them on, and joined in a wild
tlnncB on tho deck, In which worn
niinglod hi no caps and white caps and
all colors of caps in pleasing variety. I
hud to tako nilno oil' beforo turning in,
as it really did mchi to he too Mitch for
their feelings, but I in imaged to smuggle
Il under my pillow, ami, when all was
ipiiet, I put lion nguln. Hut, when the
midshipman ciuiie down at midnight to
call the relief, lie spied It, and wo had
another scene. Tills w as the last I evet
naw of my cups. I have never had one
ou since, ami consiuitionlly never hud
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBEU 27, 1883.
A D'ipr ssioa in Buiinss.
"Well, what kind of a seasoii have
you had?" inquired a jaumv Grasshop
per of a round, corpulent Potato Bug,
at the snino time picking his teeth wltn
a re straw.
"Nothing extra," replied tho 1'otalo
ling; "we did a fair I tidnnss in Minne
sota this year, but didn't play to very
big houses in Dakota. Jlow is business
"Worst season I ever struck In my
life, so far, said the Grasshopper gloom
ly. "We tried to worry tint corn crop
around Salt Lake and in the souihcru
part of Oregon, but wo all lost money
Ly It. Tli fact is, coi n was glazed be
fore we fairly got down to work. Wo
aro going to play ail our companies
through tho east next iiea.son, and you
can just bet your nippers we will whoop
things up in Iowa ami Illinois."
"The Chinch Hug combinations ap
pear to hnvo done well this season,"
said tho I'otato Hug, quietly. "They
havo played to big fields of wheat in
"Yes, that's true," replied the Grass
hopper. "The Chinch family are good draw
ing cards, and some of their specialty
star parts aro well done, but I notice
lately that the Army Worm is attract
ing considerable attention, and playing
to mighty good business in quito a num
ber of states."
"Yes, the Army Worm has introduc
ed some novelties this season, but for
packed houses, tho Hoil Worm and
Caterpillar have worked the country
for all it is worth down South. I see
that we havo got to spring some kind of
a new racket, or we are (owned, " and
the Potato Hug sighed deeply, and nib
bled a few cauliflower leaves.
"I expect wo will havo considerable
opposition from the Weevil this seas
on," observed the Grasshopper.
"Yes, I understand thoy are going.' to
nut a troupe on tho road; heard they
Lad made up some kind of a combina
tion with tho Cut Worm."
"Well," said tho Grasshopper, "I
must go up to old Hrockawav's corn
field and fill up for supper. If he has
built any bou fires and is trying to
smudge us out, I'll come down and
lunch quietly with you oil Deacon
Jones' ' peach-blow potatoes. Ta, ta,
Chubby. "Texas Sij tings.
The Maa With a Vow.
They met on the crowded avenre
yesterday in front of the city hall. On;
was a young man of about 22 the
other a man about 60 years old. One
lives in tho northern, part of the state
the other in the southern. Fate had
brought them together. There was
nothing cordial hi the meeting. They
didn't cry out: "Put it thar!" and
pump-handlo each other like a couple
of old friends. On the contrary, the
voting man grew red in the face, and
breathed hard and stammered out:
"Ten years ago I went to school to
"Yes, you did," was the calm reply.
"And ono day you licked me almost
to death for an offense committed by
"Weil, vou were always iu need of a
"And I swore," continued the young
man, "aye! 1 registered a sole.mti vow
that if I ever met you after I had
grown up 1 would have my revenge!
Prepare to be pounded to a lifeless
"I'm prepared," replied the old
sch olinasier, as he spit on his hand-',
and in a minute the fun was raging.
Tho young man rushed upon him with
a war-whoop, but his nose struck some
thing and he fell down. Ho got up and
rushed at him again, and this time he
was flung down, rolled over, stepped
on, nod left with n uumber of loose
teeth and a splitting headache. The
police took him in, but when they canio
to hunt for the old man ho was across
the street trying to pin up a rent in his
coat and saying to some of his friends:
"Ah! il brings back all the memories
of the old red school house to get my
hands on an unrulv pupil in the fir-t
. 1..- .,..,.;.,e1
n ,i'u i li. is.:
;ain!' Detroit Free
r;nr.titu' Fu era's,
"A Foreigner in l'.oivner" .says, in
Ihe o.-t iber 'citiiri: The ibad are
fai'ii'.'il to their at resting-place at
iiiyjn. No one mut bo slmckeil dur
ing tho day, while iu the midst (1f .sun
shine, and light, and gayety. by a re
minder of our inevitable doom bv a
thought of how some day there will be
noMiushino or gayety for us in this
"A funeral in Florence is ono of tho
saddest of sad spectacles, with its pro
cession of priests and boys in draggled
gowns that once were white, cart Ting
large candles, which drip their waxen
tears along the road or would do so,
if they were not caught as they fall in
little cups, carried by moro boys and
priests, chanting, or rather whining
monotonously, as they step briskly
along, with ti most indifferent air. One
can judge somewhat of tho wealth of
the departed by tiio number of caudles
furnished. Tho shorter the purse, the
fewer tho candles, until at last tho verv
poor are throwu into a cart, carried
oulsido the jrates of tho citv, and shuf
fled into a pit, oiij on top 'of tho other
--a sight to make the angels weep!
yOue of tho most grievous character
istics, tome, of a Florentine funeral is
tho absence of any relative or friend of
tho deceased. Not, ono creature who
loved or cared for him to follow him to
his journey's end. or to shed one tear
over the grave of a lost companion;
left, to be almost thrown Into the
ground by a few priests, who sometimes
it Is to bo feared, look upon tho cere
mony as a disagreeable, though profita
ble task, to Im gotten over as soon as
It is osiiiuatod thai tho prolit.s of thu
Knglisli carrying trade exceed .W.OOO,
(mo per year. "A largo part of lhi
Money is earned in carrying to and fro
the exports Htid imports of the United
Au Ex-Governor's Extra.
Ex-Lt. Gov. Norman J. Coleman, of St.
Louts, says: "My wifo hits found great
benefit in the use of SI. Jncobs Oil as a
Ci.kanlinebs and purity make Tarker't
Hair Balsam tliA favorite fnr roatorino-the
youthful color to gray hair.
It Scums to Hatisfy
family want, and I wonder how wn ever
got along without Parker's Ginger Tonic.
It cured mo of nervous prostration, and I
havo uaed it since lor nil sorts of complaints
in our family. Mrs. Jines. AMmny.
Instantly I idieved.
Mr. Attn i.aiJOUe. of New (!rl. - I a uril
1 hnve a aon w ho liaa been alrk t'.IP tU'll V..MI ! lid
has liiion Mtunded by our leading phvalc.lai.a, but
all to no purpoae. Thl moriuiii; hu hud hie uetiiil
apeli of couijblng, and wan ao ureally aroalraied
tn couaeqiKilice, that death "enined linnilneiit We,
had inthM houae a lioltla of Or. Wru. Hall's IJat
aatu for the Luuira purchased by my himband. who
uuui.-u ji.ur Bineriiieiiioiil yiialwru iy We ltd
ramlalnri'd it according lo direction-., and he wa
1 l.'KN0'8 CATAHKit KNITPV run.. Catarrh
and all affliction of tho uuicoim membratiu.
unin,.,u i .iu hi-n uu re van in .111111 liuu
HiniBt, For nao internally aud nilurnally.
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Advice to Mother.
Are you disturbed at niirht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting tec-thf Tf so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low a Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrca, regulates thu stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tho gums, k
duccs inflammation, and gives tone hih!
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's boot hing Byrup lor Children Teething
is pkhSriiit to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best female
physicians and nures in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
None But Virst floss Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry an 1 Silverware one
should havo tho best or none. Messrs.
Shl'ki.ky & Co., Chicago, are m iking a
specialty of tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware., t'oild Gold or ICollud Gold Jewelry,
scud to Shurley it Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen nice. The) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
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Street, Chicago, HI. Send kortheik uew
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Prostration, and all diseases of Nerve Gen
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radically cured by Allen's Hrain Fond, the
great botanical remedy, l pkg., 6 for f.V
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
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you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
Home. .Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 107
Fuitou Street, New York.
fo The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
ineaixiVe-meutioned section, but the dire
and reliable route is via Saint Louis am
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains ua;iy arc run trom the Grand Lmon
Depot, S nt Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph aud Omaha.
Pullman Puluce Sleeping Cars of the very
nrest move are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, p.sscrers
tor huns'if, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-
Mroia ""ct w ith t xpres trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
expiffs trai"s for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland trail or California.
This line offers to parties eurotite to the
West and Northwest, not only fast tinu
and superior scco'Modations, but beautiful
sccneiy, as it passes through the hneat por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
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little daiitfbser, after examining a pack.10 she had
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chiid positively. "Maybu the drill! man made a
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W by iliuu't you send me llenson's piaster, In
Bt"'id of 1 01a cheap unci trashy ihln.'T"
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rfeilnp OrndiiHt of twa medical
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count of the meat number applying, the
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Is not a triumph of science hut Is a revelation
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is a complete antidote to all kinds of blood Poison
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Swift's Specific lias cured mo of Hrrolula, which
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ph s clans and all sorts of treatment, hut to no
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1 was In a horrible condition; but thanks to this
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(lit, and I hope any who doubt will writ" to me.
After suffering twenty-five years with a painful
Dry letter, and trying many physicians, I was at
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cheer ully recommeud II to all similarly Itlirtcd.
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Merruty, iodide Putassium, or any mineral sub
TU " SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
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