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OFFICIAL PAPKK OF ALEXANDER COCKTT
ENTKHED AT THE CAIKO rOHToFFlCK FOB
THANSStlBSION TURuCGH THE MAILS AT
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i;ih lu l. ct tlii- i iii. i,ii'il a slii)
ili'si 'm il in tiii'niiirli llif ;iir. Mr
Kiti ln l I'liiim- tluit il r;in hi- initilft to
. . r..n .. v.. III ..nt il.i...n-iti
Hsu or i;hi ;n it'Mirii. i . ii ' ' i ' ii ' -i'i
oi'it iln l:.!l:i-.t or 1'i-ili"' ':!. :i ill lMI-
l.x.n". ami will always lloiu ri'lit sirtt
tin. It is climlrii"ii in fonii, ami lb'
nr.-ctit r.iV miimi-.'. To ilii n-oat
c limli r, wliirli i i 1 1 1 ri I - 1 lo tloat in
the air in a horizontal o-itinti. i- nt
tai'licd lv ri''1- fi ani"woik of the
- '. . . a
mar line. k-IV It no ni.:l'l , .Mr.
Kitcln'l having fmiinl that with tlu-prcs
nt iimiriv.siif inviiition it i initiotsilili
to Mccr an nil- -hi) with any ilcrcc ol
art'iiiai'v ami --rt :ii nl . I'mli-r thn
lloor. or lift work, at it milit more
jro)frlv 1m' t allfil, it a M-ries of canvas
sliiittfit on iron tranict lappiii; nf
over tin1 rthfr win n i'IommI, tlnit mak
ing a piTinanfiit, nir-ivsittinjr lloor.
Thit latter feature it one of the prin
cipal features of Mr. Hitchel't invention.
He savs Unit th tendenev of a balloon,
when'in iniil-air, is to move either up or
down from one stratum to another with
cver-inereasui velocity. These move
ments have lieen cheeked hitherto by
balla.tt throw ing ami by the loosing of
pas. He proposes to remedy thit by
thn floor shutters and by the means of a
canvas screw propeller rirj;ed below
this floor and geared to several cranks
which may be. driven by men from the
net-work of the basket above.
The propeller worked one w ay tends
to push the balloon or ship upward, nnd
by beinp; reversed draws it toward the
earth aain. When an ascent is about
lo be made the balloon is cut loose from
the earth, the shutters are opened so as
to afford no resistance to the nir as the
machine rises upward, and, if necessa
ry, the screw propeller is worked to aid
iii fanninp; the machine toward the
clouds. After the desired altitude is
reached the screw is stopped, the shut
ters are closed, and the voyage proper
commences. The descent can lie ma do
in the same w ay.
Another new feature which Mr. Mitch
el has introduced in ballooning is a new
style of cloth for balloon covering a
lipht and very strong substance, which
rain will not affect in either cold or hot
weather. It is so strong that it can not
be torn with the hand, aud, though
very thin, is almost impervious to light
Attention has boen called to the sup
posed changes of level of the earth a
surface in certain parts of Europe. Vil
lages in the Jura, whiuli were hidden
from each other no longer than forty
years ago, have gradually riscu in
sight, while in a vilh'ge fa liohemia
the inhabitants now nv! Tialf of a dis
tant church spire, of which onh the top
va,s visible thirty eurs iioo.
Iii Jeff Davis' Clutch.
Kli-ha Kisner, h modest, unnrcteud-
int.r gi ntlcin.m, of Wntsontown, I'a.,
was ii iiiciitber of the Third IVnnsylva
nia Heavy artillery, which wan stationed
at Fortress Monroe when Jeflernon
Davis was taken there, soon utter his
niiture. Mr. Kisner was detailed,
mioiig others, to stand guard over the
rebel chief. In an interview with Mr.
Ki.tiier Ihe other evening, he gave an in
teresting account of what occurred
during this period of nearly a year.
'Did I ever tell vou how old Jell tool;
me bv the throat?'' he silked, while he
hook all over with laughter. "Well,
il was something in this way. There
were two sentries in .Jeff s room, and
I hit night I happened to be on dutv.
Davis was lying on Ins bed, apparently
trying to get a nap, and our orders
were to pace his room constantly, but
under no consideration to speak or en
ter into any conversation with him.
Mv shoes, which were then new,
screeched as I putted his bed, and this
seemed to annoy bun. Once as I patted
him he turned lo me and growled out.
1 wish you d make less noise. I re
plied, 'I wish you'd keep quiet.' Then
ie turned over with his face to the wall
and I kept walking on, back ami for
ward, past iiw bed. in a minute or two
he growled again, 'Can't you keep
ijuiet?' To this I replied, 'Can't you
old your iaw? lhen lie got up and
commenced to walk the floor, mad as a
ciged lion. 1 passed him and turned
to go back, when 1 met him about the
middle of the room. Just as I was
about to repass him he suddenly sprang
at me. and with his left hand caught
me by the throat. I struggled to get
loose, but he held me as though I had
been in a vise. I could not use mv gun
as he held me close to him. I struguled
for breath, but he had shut (iff my wind.
The scunie drew the atientio'j of the
(ther guard in a moment, and also the
officer ouNide, when, he rattled hit
'word against the iron-grated door, and
then old Jeff let loose of me and went
back to his bed. I tell you I was weak
in the knees when he did let go, and
though he only held me a moment or so
it seemed like an hour.
'Before this occurred an old reb out
side, who had the privilege of bringing
Jeff his meals, used to bring in lots of
fried and stewed oysters, and many
other things w soldiers couldn't get.
He nearly always brought more than
old Jeff could eitt. and Jeff used to give
us lots of good thing-, but after this
fuss he'd always throw everything that
was left out of the window, and would
not even give us a smell to save our
lives." '(t.-hiuqton l'i.) Iii'-unl.
A St, Louis Melodrama.
A story conies from St. Louis having
all the elements of a thrilling melo
drama. A y oung boarding-school miss
wanting her watch repaired went to a
small e.stabli.-linient near by. There
were two men present, one of whom,
apparently the worse for liipior, was
restititr his head upon the show-case.
!she handed her watch to the other man
standing bv, giving directions as to
what should be done with it. He, a;
parently on purpose, let it fall, breaking
the crystal; but on his promising to
make it. good she left n with him and
Subsequently she returned and asked
for her watch. The proprietor, who
proved to be the man whose head was
resting on the show-case, denied havin
it. The man to whom she handed it
had disappeared and had not returned
The proprietor gave her another watch,
which she was to keep until .she recov
ered her own. Dissatisfied with the ar
rangement, the police were called in.
The proprietor of the store insisted that
the watch was not in his possession, but
had been taken away by the man to
whom the young lady handed it. Press
ed to explain, he admitted that the
missing man was a friend of his, but
that he had proved false and treacher
ous. When the young woman came to
his store and found him leaning on the
show-case he was nearly insensible. In
company with his friend he had been
drinking a good deal and subsequently
smoked a cigar with him. The cigar
was drugged. He became stupched,
aud while in this state his friend had
not onlv taken the young lady's watch,
but had robbed the money drawer of its
change, the safe of $20o, aud his pock
ets of their contents. The proprietor
awoke next morning from his bed in a
room adjoining his hop, and found
himself stripped of much of his proper
ly, wun ins menu iws.-iiig. ncnasnoi
seen him since. He made, he said, the
best reparation in his power by giv
ing the young lady a watch as valuable
intrinsically as hers, although sish was a
memento of her dead mother, it pos
sessed a value which nothing could re
place. If his explanation is true it is as ro
mantic as a play or a story ; if untrue, it
does equal justice to an imagination
that could invent it so readily. '
A Congregationalist in a Univeisilist's
A good and a true story is going the
rounds of Boston about the adventure of
a worthy Congregationalist pastor who
ministers to a suburban church. lie
had agreed to supply a Roxbury pul
pit for an absent brother. He came in
to Boston and promptly took a High
land car for the scene of his evening's
labor. In due time he descried a stee
ple, and, reaching the church, got out,
walked in, took off his overcoat in the
vestry, and went straightway to the
pulpit. He glanced around oii the con
gregation ami proceeded, after a min
ute or two's delay, to give out a good
old standard Congregational hvnin.
The congregation proceeded to find tho
place, the organ gave the nine, and the
singing began. Whilst it was in pro
gress the sexton walked up the pulpit
stairs and said to our siiluti-bau friend:
"Mr. will be here in a few min
utes." The situation flashed upon him, but
suppressing his emotions, he quietly
"Why, isn't this Mr. 's church?"
"No, sir," calmly replied the sexton;
"this is the Universalist church."
There was an exchange of places a
few minutes later. The friends of the
suburban minister are now fond of ask
iug him how he came to enter tho Uui
versalist ministry. He laughs ami
solaces himself with the remark:
"Well, I got them to sing a good or
thodox hymn, anyway." Boston Traveler,
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1683
A Pica for Fashion.
Vou inuy mock lier. i.iiil bco: ii her, ittel sny
you'll nnl Kiil'iiili
To IiisIiIiiii'h rule I) mimical; iunl that you'll
not perm it II,
Your wlvpa iiml cIh ie liter nnd yourg men
to tol.ow in tin ii in, .ii,
Who lietnl loo knee to Km-Hon, and have
"slyle upon the I rulii."
Tut, tut, now, Mr. I ivy l-.i o.i kuinv it will
NVrnilil ymi wi in lie Ii.il iijinii jo i il' iit iiil yi.il
voire ten yen n ;r !
Or tt iiulil you Wi lli' I lie sntin r-,1 you llmllylit
m vi i v I'M'
When Anr- liuu. Inni; miii eilf.iil, mice pledged
tn r ii.illi in limn r
Or would yen liuve vmir presem wile, who
il resseh i, il ii Mid, l,:t ,
I'eck' d in tier if i .tin inn s e vi t (invrn Hull
l'HS SI) lilt If Ullifl?
Anil would you time your Imj ami Kir's, the
pride nf their .uiu.
Look like the tiM-time i.ctiin h horror t
A Drug-g-lbt'a Story.
Mr. Iaac C. Chan-nan. Drut'ttUt. Newburir. N.
Y..wrlteaua: "I hove for the nam ten mam aold
aeTeaUroea of 0U. IVM, HALL'S I1ALHAM fOK
THE LU SOS. lcanaavoflt what I cannot eay
of any other medicine. I have uever beard a cue-
toiner apealt or It lint to prai'e Hit virtue In the
hlcbeat manner. I have recommended It lo a
urea many caeut of Whoopm C'outiU with the
bappleat effecn. Ibaveuacd it in my own family
lor many ye .ia. lu fact alwavs have a bottle in the
medicine clonet ready for uae.1'
Henry's Carbolic Salve
la the BEST SALVB for Cute, liruinex. Horea,
Ulcere, Salt Hhcum. Tetttir, Ishajiped Hatida, Cbll
biaina, C'orue. and all kinda of hkiu Krut'tion-.
Freckles aud Ptn,plce. Get HlNKV'S CAItUOLlO
bal, aa a l omtra aro counterfeit. Price W
For saven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strongest tests as to its merits in
cuiing Nervousness. Nervous Debility Mn.l
resturing lost powers to the weakened Gjti
ative System, and, io no instance, bus it
ever fmled; test it. 1; (5 for At
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rujh in,de for &uv
DrUL' Store as is now at Bare-lav Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs aud Colds,
xVll persons affected with Asthma., Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
anection of the I hroat ami Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (1)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cuttiug ter-th? If6o,
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
no mistake shout it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, je
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
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 sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are suffi
ciently powerful for the most robust, yet
tho safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of thj ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
None But First Class Uoods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or rjoDe. Messrs.
Sui'KLKY & Co., Chicago, are ranking a
specialty ot tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, iu dust aud water
proof cases, solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware. Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Suurlcy & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched lor aod endorsed by the united
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, flen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purcha.-'-ing tit
home. Remember, Shurley fc Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Stsu fok their new
AND BEACTIFCLLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOftl'F.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions ol youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fhee
ok charoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America,
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Lnman, Station D.. New York
Kuemen's Arnica salve
The Beet Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hunds, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Barclay
fo The Went.
There are a number ol routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis aud
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S nt Louia to Kansas'City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest mike are attached to all trains.
At EanBas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and California-
ennoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trai for Kausas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland trair for California.
This line offers to parties cnroiite to the
West and Northwest, not only fust time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. 8end for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of thii
line, which will he mailed free.
C. B. RINNAN, F. CrjANDLKB,
Asa't Gen'l Pmw. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
TO PARENTS AND OTHERS THE OltPUANS'
We havi' hll a UNIIt Itn'irnvi.mflil In th.ihunlth
of our children by Iho uee ol S'vllt'e Specifl:. We
had ani'iDi; the children aomo who had scrofula
ur taniy one me in which it iraa
We K t at me of Swift's Sneciflc aud nave It to thin
cae, and lu a nhort while It waa cured aound and
well. It wan h bud a cane, I tulnk, n I ever caw,
and had h"en undi r ex elleiit phj aiciana i'h no
ji.ou.nii.-ni m u nt. n e nave i een Riving; u lo an
the ch ldren at a Ilea th tonic. Wa have fonr chil.
dren snii one ennitrei who. fur yesru, have sjf-
icri-ii iuieueiv every aprniK w in ernpeini, nnu
tboiH'h they had been laklna Swift'a Sneclrlc onlv
lu tmnll dote aa a health tonic, they all, without
eiceiiil .u, paxm-d through thin prin without a
touch of the coiiiyliint.
A yo-.iiin lady uf the Institution, who hail been
with n for year", haa bntn troubled with a moat
Bssravatml ra h ever alure the vtaa s child. Mie
tried all tho known rumediea that are prescribed
tor It with no beuellt; but ehe ba liren cure 1 by
taking Swlft'a Sp"d"r, and baa had no ret rn of
It la nich an excellent ionic, s d keena tho l lood
to pure, thit he ptmu in lca Lnb'i; to coi.trnct
di'eane. All ol the t ia hera and children who are
old enoiiirh to know iiLiree with me in lielievlnu it
1 the ureatetl. nj iti lii; known. Mv fait h 11 it la
unbounded, and I aud my aiiatauta tako L'rcut
pleasure In recommendini.' It to everv nne. lean
al all tluwa b" found a1 th Hume, and will lake
ib h'nre iu aeelnu: or corre-pondlu with any who
a in erupted In the t'enedy.
Lev. L. I!. PAI K. Orphan' Horn-.
Our tresHae on Blond and Skin Diaemea mailed
fre'? t-j applicants. THE -Wlt'T SPECII'IC cm.,
i'rawcr 3, Atiai ta, Oa
A New and compete Hotel, frontin? o l.ovr.
Second and Katlroad Streela,
The Paener D pot of the I'lilcaco. St Lr".
and .ew Orleans: Ilhhoii- Central: Wabarii. St
Lctiia and Pachic; lion Mountain and Souihurn.
Mobile aud Ohio: ( air aud St. Loum I(;ihkv
are all Juat acroa'fi the afreet: while the Steamboat
Landing lint one a juare dletant.
This Hotel la tii-ati i bv Httam. has pteju
Laundry. Hydraulic K:"--onr. Picrtric Call r-Vi'.p.
Automatic Kiro-Alarma. ii... . -onulutely pure air
perfect aeweraire and complete appointments
satiero turcii'liiiigB; perfect aervicc; uur. tn ur
I."ii: ll M r-..
WE w'.l r,v tf"' bov rrwt'd fr n cvof Vvtr Ctmytn
Dv'"l. Suit MeiJiullp!, linlufltltitlt C'Dltlpitl'JU or Cuiiiveiieu,
me . aciK't C'irf Wttfc Weit'i WcLtl! I Lifr 1 when the dirr.;
tlonir itri' tiv cmrtifd with. 1 hty nrs purrlv vfj(-tai.), iid
nn-erta.t w (rive mislsh.tiiu. Pjf-r Cut?i4. Ltei ion
Uioh.ft r;!'1' 25 Witt. Fwf J) It ail drup-cljti. U t .if
Dt)UtiTf;t iril liiiiWlt-ni. T!i f fjn -i. niniifVti't-d onlv h
JUHN 1'. WEST A CO., 1-1 A im V. M,M-yn bt., Chic.
Fr triJ DftLisifflK ni ly matt r.Jcii iei t v( J tat i'jui:p.
Healiii is Wealth !
IJB K. C. WiST'tt Nehte and Bh.ws Ti:kat
went, a guaranteed Hpecibri for Hysteria, bz:.i.
nw, CotiT'iUioim, l'lta. Norvoua Ncnialir,in,
Halnch, N'Tvoua ProftrRtion cnuecrl liy the nan
of alcohnl or tobacco, Wak"fultii'. Mental l)o
preaaiou, HoftetiitiK r tbo rtrain reeulting iu in
aantty and Imdinit to misery, divny ami Heath,
Premnturo Old Aire, Hiirreiinesa, Loca of powur
in eithor sex, Involuntary Low nnd Kfiermnt.
orrhcea eniisoil by over-exert ion of Ihebruin.aelf
nbuaeor over-indiiUonce. jc box rontiiina
one mouth'a trerttinent, J'l.'On box. or six boxes
for $r.00, sent .by niail prepnulon receipt of price.
til AK.VXTKK MX IIOXIIS
To care any case. T.'ith each order nn-eived by u
for six bnxea. accompanied with $i.tw, wo will
send the purchaser our written (ruuinnteo to m.
fund tho money if thn treatment, does not effect
cure. Guaraiitoea issued only by
HAHIiY V. SCIIUII
DtUKL'lat, Cor. Commarclal avu. A Isth s ..Cairo
It a rf iDteraaiini txifl, aa4 hti bMa pronii h tr
tkounmll wbo h tni 11. It iplunl Hit pnuiplil of
UK tod daub and tha onjii ol diMiiat, od ihoald b nad
ay all thiokiai Moplt. It coalaiof taluabla preeeriptlona
(or tha aura o( Norvoua and Phvaloal Deblll'jr, Loal
Viuaity. Defective Jfeasory, Deapondenoy, and iba
wbola trala o( dlioritara brought oa br otrrwnrh aad lad.
araUoaa i alas preaorlptlona (ar Catarrh, Borofula, ate.
A nn of thn aiork aaat br Bull, anuraly naiad, (rea, by
aldraaabf tha author,
. W.aV JaOIIS. M.D.HO W.UH,Oalaaall,0l,
Wm. Ludwis; & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Prices Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow
Wm. LLidwia & Co.
few DBOP8 applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bono,
.md almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Boil Clothing.
nor Qisooior iue own. or leave
n&SKOBQPAMoruie ttareor xtncninfttlsm. pranl. Brniscs.
stilt Joints, nearalela. Lame
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limbs rin any part of the System
and Ih equally elncacloua (or all pains in thn Stomach and Bowels
reuuiriuH u iiuwuriui uiuu5io suuiuiaui. oee .liern'ti s Aiiniinai"
Ask your Dnigglst for It. Price 50 ct per bottle
Prewired only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholeaala Prugarlat 8T.
Good Pay for Aifenta. J100 to li'tijper month
made "ellin? our fine Booka and IlThlaiir Writato
J. ('. Mi f.'l KDY A LU., ( blcajo, III.
('TI)C .thetica, 14 deai(U). oniethlng
v.'lill7o good. Mailed on receipt of rl cents
In Ham pa. HEAKNE & CO , P.O. Box 1 8;, N.Y.
Ely's Cream Balm,
L"Nr QL'ALLED for COLD la the HEAD,
('ream Balm baa trained an enviable reputation
wherever known; dla placing all m ber preparation,
bend for circular containing full inform tton and
reliable teatimoniala. By mail, prepaid, 50 centa a
packu stamps received. Hold by all wholesale
and retail dnmgi.ta. ELY'S . UEAM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y rk.
i WTl HUL'T A TKACHEKt Soper'g
J Instat tJiieoua (iuide to Keva of Piano
andOrt-an. Price 81 U ill tench anv person
to I'lm ;0 pieces of music In one day You could
not lear H Iniin a teocher iu a month for $20. Try
it and he couvinced Samp e copy wil he mailed
to any addre- on receipt of 4.1 centain atatnps hy
lliiAKNt x CO., Publishers, v, o box l4v, . .
son.iniu VOLUMES Ihe choicest Merature of the
world. 100 pane oita'oguo free Lowest prlcus
ever known. NOT sold by deasrs. Kent for ex
amina ion bef .re avmcnt on evidence of iroort
(nUh JullS B. ALbDN. Publtaher, 18 V-ey
bt.,N. Y. P. O. Box tii-.T
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One of'Tb. se 3fi-takes(?) Whieh are
More Frefjtie it than Profitable.
"Wbv. my child, this Is not BENsON'S CP-
CIN- PUKOL'S PLAS1EK," said a father to his
little dniinliser, after examining a package ehe had
us- brought from the drng store.
"Isu'tit, Put I'mforry but I Baked tbe man tor
Bi'U-on'ri I know I did, and he took the 25 cento
yea gave me to pay for it with," exclaimeit the
child positively. "Maybe the drug man made a
"I'll go 'round myself and sea," wa the genile
man's comment, as be donned Ms coat and hat.
" V hy di in't yon send me Benson's piaster, in
stead r "r- i-a;i aud trashy thlnt:?"
'Whj, i tho jut th it would suit yon just aa
"Vou thought! you thought! What business
have von to think? I don't pay yon for thinking,
but for fllliug my order,'' said the indignant caller,
contemptuously. "There I take that thine back
and give inn my money, I'll get what f want
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dents kenw. ( cn'u'tst'on ..t office or ajy mall,
free ami Invited. A friendly taik or Ills opinion
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A powerful lii'eoai'iiliou cuin
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Price List of
n Dramas, (
a Farces, J
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STEAM AND HYDRAULIC
END FOR i V A L 0 O U E.
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FOR SALE BY
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L. C. DOYINCTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
The most nerfeerlr balHiiccd FOLWSO PF.D In the
s 'l'ld. Kulwiantiai; yeisg llcht that a child can open
ami W It "I"' They cotiibltie 0 KE A T
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EST patent Folding led on the market. It ECONO
MIZE;! 81'ACE, saves W EAK and TEAR of CAR
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aod Is r-ipid'y sit rf,'t a l other betls in the
fiNiillirinf the rich aud pour alike lu all awttoaa ot
Made In Bi nF. V. DREMHOrARE,
rilllKT. UOIII1-CAMK, silK
mitllll. and U llll ISI.-ni.StK ratyleaj.
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Factory&Offlce,1465 State St. Chicago,
HT'In sending fur circular with prices, nlaj Baaw
thii puis:!'. . .
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