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frank Wilnon, Tea body, Halt.
Buf ferine from Diabetes ?
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Have you Liver, Complaint?
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iiunry nara, late loi. ovtn nnt. uuaru, .-i, i.
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u after la years uhp of o"thi-r medicines."
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TUOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
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FOR CONGRESSMAN. COtb D!t.
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tr A nd the balance of the Democratic ticket
S PATH'S ATrORSBr.
We uro Biithorlzod to announce that Mr. Anitu
Luck Is an Indopiiudont cimdidato for Niato'a At
torney of Alexander County, In tbe auprjachlni;
iovetuner i-icciiou. .
We are aufbniiui1 to announce Wlllliim N. Hut-
lorn tho Ra;iiihlican candid ite for election to the
oillcooj Statc'a Attorney ol Altxandor Couuty,
We are aulhorlzo'l to announce flcoriro W. Hen-
driest, Ki( ,, as lirlependeut candidate for Stute'a
Atlornuy ul Alexander count). .
We are anthorlued to announce Mr. Alexander
n. Irvin as a t Indupenileiit candidate fur re
election to the olll '0 of Circuit Clerk, In tlto
ciiiilu, olectloc lu Noreniber,
We f.re anthorl.iid to announce the name of
Rleharrl Fitisiturald a candid ttto for reelection
to ttio olttce ol'Caroutr at the emtuluc! November
Wo nrn authorized to announce thn name of
Thorn m U. Valletie. of Hunta Fvo Precinct, a an
Itideoendeut candidate for Countv Coiun.is. iouer
at tbuii8ului November elect! n.
We aro authorlned to announce (ico. W. Sam-
mors, ul TtichoM, a-an Indene .dent candidate lor
County OominlBsloner of Alexund ir county, at the
enculng November ele tlou.
Hon. vvm. 1I.VUTZEI.L:
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Wedn-(tiny, Oct. 'JU, 1 p. m.; Cobden, Thurndy,
Oct. 8i, 7 p. m : Anna, Friday. Oct 81, 7 p. ni.;
Cairo, tjulurda), Nov. 1, 7 p. m.
Tlio Playmate Hours.
Duwn linacr Hllf-nt In llin simile of iilirbt.
Till on tbo (rloiiniliitr llnliy's imu'htfr rliic".
Then cmiliii)r dny uwiikt-H, nnd open lllniB
llcr irolilcn (Inoi'r, to Piei (1 thoHblniiiir tllfcht
(H rent Ii-bh hour, uny ohlliln-n of tbo llgut.
Knob I'liirt'r pliivli-llow to lliiliy lirlti(r
hoiiin scpitraip irlfti afl itliiR Mrd tlint plnvrfj
witn her; n waving uranon oi nt'rrii'p unpin
A henp of ruptiinir lonvon: ench trlllo cheer
'I'liln Jovoiih liltio J:fo tmt Juhl lifirun.
XNO w fury noor to iter unit up niKim ur whip,
And wheu tho ehmlowa wiirn the loitering
With blor-soiiiB In hor bunds, untouched by
Fho soltly falls neleop, mid dny la dnno.
"CM. il It llUUIDi
AT XIAUAltA FALLS.
Oh!" sntionkod Mrs. St)Ooi)cmlvko.
hyBturioally, ns bIio pazud on tho falls
with ono yo, una iuiuvuiy uirow mo
othur nrouud on tho othor women to
seo if they wero any bottor dressod thnn
bIio was. "Isn't this wonderfulP Say,
my dear, sliouhlu't you think that littlo
island would bo afraid over thcro alono
"It's safur there than it would bo
ashoro," niutturod Mr. Spoopcudyko,
dropping a highly wrought bead bag in
his ell'ort to Jam a pair of moccasins,
that weren't mates, into his pockot.
"If that islami is any way nam up nnu
half smart, it'll stay whoro it is, and
hold ou to what it s gou i say, wiiai ro
you going to uo witn tneso snoos 11 you
ever get cm nomor no conunucu, as
tlio larger ono nitoncu up ana urwppou
to tho ground.
"Don't loso It!" exclaimed Mrs.
Spoopondyke, anxiously, "lam going
to hang them up in tlio panor.
"Jl tlio man wno soia mora was nny
u rniiunnnliln in .tin I'li'irrron. I'd llko
to hlro him to get into 'em nbout tho
nine tno unnging comas on i crowiuu
iur. DponpenuvKO. "-juuii iictui ixuvu
you any lixod Idoa of tliu disianco you
exnect mo to luir this old Bhlnnoy stick?
(iot any aeeuralo notion of tlio labor
Involved in hauling tno uua gasioa
"That's an Iudliui war club, ' protest
ed Mrs. ypoopendyko. "I want that,
ana you niusin t lose it lor anyining."
"1-rom my experleheo around hero I
don't g'poso I could loso It for noth
ing!" grunted Mr. Spoopendjko. "Hut
what 1 want lo know, ho continued,
settling one end of the club in his hip
pot'Koi, nmi iryinir to eoneuai vuo oiner
tinder his coat. "What 1 wutil to know
is, when tlio measly thing is calculated
10 Cll (III 11 Dl'llt'll !)( it 1 II If. 111. fill 111
what iioi'liou of niv lmliilitni'tit niii 1
oxpfcled to Ht'fieie UiIh eeineteryP
te . i i i i n.. . i
nnuiu uiiub in in i niiiiiiv-in'owinir-in
liotiiiliLi'ltv irrnve.vard etir"
'Oh, myf It's a work-bitskt'l!" chir
ruped Mr Spoopen'lyki.. "Vuu inuitt
curi'v in ni in vti ur iitiin. or von i,runu
ill bay, dimr,"und alio look Ills arm
fltlll I'I'lilit. IllllVn nlusuK' In dim lill..,.t
...... . yw ...... . ........... .W.I. in, ..nil
vim unliiv It ? Uti'l tliut. mi (nl f.,ll ,.
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ion lino wniiir jii tot) lovelyr What
innkt'M 1 1, f'lll ilnuii libit tluiil)''
"1 tlon't know." reiurlud Mr. Snoop.
oiiilvlu'. eve ii!f t hu seeiin wlili
and dioppliir an n rin lull of Hlot'uoacop-
le vlnws. "I ainiiiiiuil It ful',.1 III.. il...i
- - " - ....j'j.w." iw i.iiii jiu llllll.
liiicilllmt it i nu'l i nn imi If v..,i 1.1
iret into the cunlliliiiiitii nf tlm ililum I
prcstiino it would refer you to tlio
tnoory of gravitation, ami that woulc
turn you over to tho doctrine of press
uro. By that tinio wo wouldn't havo
money to got homo with. Say, do you
really think you'ro going to nootl this
gun uoiu ior anyiinnz to wiucu you can
...! l,.l!..t... .1 !...t mi -
givu u uuiniiiu uuacnpuonr
"Oli, my littlo canoo!" criod Mrs.
Snonnpinlvkn. "I'm orilnnp in
i j - 7 o i.ii"
tliat on tlio chandelier with pretty rlb-
"That'll provido a good deal of eu
tertainmont!" snorted Mr. Snoonon
dyke, hunching tho canoo into his arm
pit so as to get a bottor grin on tho
keol. "Hut my judgmont is tuat this
solI-acun? chunk of .aboriginal trans
portation is going to need Bossomor
steel chains to hold it. 1 can under
stand how a savago could sail in tho
thing, but what I want now is tho com
bination by which ho stonpod It when
ho got ready to Hold on! Catch hold
of that junk, if you calculate to savo
ni hiiovo it under my arm, will yeP
Now, tip up the other end so I can got
a purchase! 1 don t know, though,"
ruminated Mr. Spoopendyko, Euttoral-
ly, "a man don't want much help to
had a purcliaso around here, and ho
glared a limit mm ana then stoopod
over to pick up a tomahawk and a
"We've got lots of nico things to re
mind us of Niagara, haven't wo, dear?"
smiled Mrs. Spoopendyko, encourag
ingly. "Rut I want to get a few littlo
trinkets for tho ladies in tho church.
Only littlo ones, you know."
"Yes, 1 know," grinned Mr. Spoop
endyko. "They'll havo to bo littlo, for
I've only got my cars left to stow in.
Go on and buy them! Don't licsitato
on my account! Those tlod gastod wo
men expect it, and they'ro going to
havo it! All 1 want now is a war trail
and a consignment of belated govern
ment rations to look liko a measly res
ervation! Bring on tho consignment!
Disinfect tho goods and filo tho invoices
on thn back of my neck! If you meet
a man with a lumber yard on his shoul
der and a hammer in his list, get him
to build a win"; and a loft on me, and
then go ahead with your Niagara falls!
Whoop! There goes more prehistorio
civilization! Can you reach down and
hand mo those spears and that left
handed scythe with a wart on its spine?
Now just run 'em through my suspen
ders behind, and tie that war bonnet
around my neck!"
"What's that in your mouth, dear?"
Inquirod Mrs. Spoopendyko, solicit
ously. "A Hint arrow head," growled Mr.
Spoopondyke, vindictively. "And it'll
tako a doiitist to get it out! Then ho'll
go blowing around that he's found an
Aztec battle-field, and they'll fenco my
jaw in, and cliargo admission! Lot it
alone, will yo! I paid threo dollars for
it, and I'm going to chaw on it while it
lasts! Seen enough of thisP Want to
stand around hero any longer watching
that thing squirt?"
"It's so lovely!" murmured Mrs.
Spoopendyko, turning again to tho
falls. "Oh, my dear! Think of a man
going over those falls!" said Mrs.
"lie wouldn't be anymore of a meas
ly ass than a man who pays a dollar to
go under 'em!" argued Mr. Spoflpen
dyke, who still retained a lively recol
lection of his experienco on tho Ameri
can sido. "If I conio hero again, and
if God gives mo my health, I won't, I
think I'll try to go over tho falls, pro
vided thero is any chance of mv drop
ping on tho Esquimaux who pourod mo
into a rubber bathing suit, with a hole
undor each arm and a slit up tho back!
Say, my dear; suppose wo give this
fatiiruo uniform ' with a bad smell to
some worthy charity!"
'lhat s my snuaw s dress, faltered
Mrs. Spoopendyko, "and I wouldn't
tako anything for it."
"1 wish tho man 1 bought it of had
felt that way 1" groaned Mr. Spoopen-
uyko. "dust pull it tnrougu tho back
strap of my trousers, will ye, and tio
thoso knock-kneed garters around my
waist. Look out for that battlo-axe! I
want that myself to open oysters with!
Where's tlio shoo that belonged to tlio
gamo-leggod warrior with tlio pin? I
l 1. ...1 I . ..I Ml 1 1 I
umu s Dili.'; wui.ru s inu uuiun
Mrs. Spoopendyko lound it in his hat,
and then announced her readiness to
tako in tlio rest of tlio show.
"There's a man down hero that's rot
a whirlpool," explained Mr. Spoopen
dyko, experiencing somo d.Hieulti.js in
getting undor way with his trophies.
"I Hon t Know wiiotner ho is in tho
habit of exhibiting it to band wagons,
but if ho is and he don t insist on hav
ing mo buy it, we'll take a look at it.
"Is that tho suspension bridgeP"
ankod Mrs. Spoopondyke, as they d'i'ovo
"Yos; want it?" demanded her hus
band. "Though I dou't know why
they should call it 'suspension,' when
everything else around lioro appears to
bo in active financial operation. Let's
liguro up how much this drive is going
to cost. Twico six hundred for tho
horses is twenty-four hundred, and add
twolvo hundred for tlio wagon makes
throo thousand. Multiply that by tho
distanco, threo miles, and yon got uino
thousand dollars. Cheap. Hero, my
dear, what's becomo of that sealp'P
Whero's tho scalp of that primeval old
convert I gavo a dollar for? What's
becomo of tho hair of thcareliieological
old pirato that sold photographs around
this corner befuro tho foot of tlio ad
venturous whito man ever penetrated
thoso rocossosP Do you discover nny
remnants of a geological formation in
bangs around this display of untutored
Industry?" howled Mr. Spoopendyko,
rising in wrath as ho vainly plowed
through his acquisitions for tho missing
spoils of war. "Do you appear to ob
servo a fuguo in wool lurking around
thin dluio museum of prc-Adamilo rel
ics?" "Didn'tdid n't you put it on your
own hoadP" asked Mrs. Spoopendyko,
with a misty recollection that he adorn
ed himself with his prize.
. "Shouldn't wonder!" grunted Mr.
Spoopondyke, locating tint scalp with
out further trouble. "1 wanted it to
fool at homo. Hero's tho whirlpool.
Look out how you step. Now gel into
tills box and we'll go down where wo
cau see It, Bo careful how you sit on
Unit war hat of dyed hen fouthers! 1
dou't mind your silting on it, but sit
down straight so you'll bust Vui all
even! Let go, will yeP"
"But, suppose that - ropo should
break!" gurglod Mrs. Spoopendyko,
clinging to hor husband's arm with one
band aiid the sido of tho car with the
"You'd havo roaohod the bottom all
tho samo," grinned Mr. Spoopondyke,
as tho car canio to a stand "Isn't that
a groat sight? See tlio whirlpool?"
"Where?" Inquired Mrs. Spoopon
dyko, who was pooring into tho bushos
"Over thoro. Whero'd yo s'poso it
was in tho woodsP Walk behind, can't
ye? Don't yo seo you'ro upsetting this
congregation of genuine Indian, wator
tight, lire-proof ingenuity P Thero goes
tho whoop! Catch that canoo!"
In trying to rescuo tho bark Mr.
Spoopon-ivko dropped his battlo-nx ov
erboard, and lost his hat, with tho wig,
and ono moccasin.
"A votive oil'ering to tho wonder of
tho world!" ho ycllod, as ho fired tho
other shoo into tho rapids. "Spoopon
dyke ami Niagara join hands this
stylo for sovonty-livo cents!" And in
went tho war club. " 'Or, Binco that
has loft my breast, kotop it, now, and
tako tho rest!' " and tho stereoscopic
views followed, succoodod by two
spears, a bow, and a quiver of arrows.
'Go wliero glory awaits thee!' " ho
roared, as ho lilled tho air with bead
work and photographs of tho falls.
"Gone to moet Captain Webb!" he
shrieked, dancing a wrathful horn-pine,
and shying tho bag and work-basket
far into the rapids. "Oh, 'Maid of tho
Mist,' this is in your lino!" and the
squaw's dress sailed out into tlio pool,
and was whirled away. "Got any moro
triumphs by field and llood?" ho squoal
ed. turning ou his horror-stricken wife.
"Know wliero tho whirlpool Is now?
(iot some kind of a notion that I havo
pointed it out successfully, haven't ye?
Well, I havo; and now you'ro going
home!" and Mr. Spoopendyko sottled
his ears down on his shoulders, and
started for the car.
"But won't you buy somo moro of
tho pretty Indian things?" sobbed Mrs.
Spoopendyko, trying to catch up with
"No, I won't, won't 1?" howled Mr.
Spoopendyko, without turning. "Think
I'm going around this fashionable wa-tering-piaeo
any moro looking liko n
quarantine? (rot a notion that I'm go
ing into another rehearsal for an Indi
an cncamprnfnt, haven't ye? Well, I
ain't; and I'm not going to put nnoth-
er dod gasted mill on this measly wa- I
tor-privilege, eitner! and Air. Spoop
ondyke, innocently oblivious of auy in
tention in tho pun, soiz.id his wife by
tlio elbow and hurried her awav.
"I don't care," murmured Mrs.
Spoopendyko to herself, as, seated in
the train, slio was whirled from tho
wreck ( f her aboriginal hopes. "I don't
care. 1 saw all tnere was, and 1 can
get the same trinkets in Now York for
half tho money only I'd liko to seo
some man who was going over tlio falls,
and ask him to look out for my littlo
canoe." Sl inky lluid'cy, in 2Vu esters'
A Mysterious. Fox.
It is not generally known that fox-
chases frequently occur right in tho
heart of this ciiv. Thoso chase3 do not
partako of tlio naturo of tho regular
meets, but occur spasmodically, and
depend entirely upon tho willingness of
renard to leave his ark of safety, which
is no less a place than the spacious
lawn and grounds bv which tho I'olk
mansion is surrounded. All the fox
chases, and they aro not frequent, oc
cur whenever tho animal is discovered
on tlio street by boys or young men,
aud somo of them have proved very ex
citing. Tho history of this fox is quito inter
esting. Ho was presented to Mayor
Phillips by Mr. Thomas Ballow, on the
night of tho last city election. A party
that went around early tho next morn
ing serenading Mayor l'hillips and tho
ten council-men who wero olectod car
ried tho fox with them. Tho animal
had a collar around its neck, to which
was attached a chain, tho other end of
which was made fast to Mr. Ballow's
saddle. Tlio fox rodo on tho horse's
back, behind Mr. Ballow, and, being
very tamo, frequently climbed on bis
shoulders. When tho party wore in
West Nashville, near tho residence of
President J. B. Byrne, of the city coun
cil, somo of tho serenading party cut
tho collar on the fox's neck, and tho
animal jumped oil' tho horso and ran
awav. This was literally running tho
"red fox" out of town.
It was next seen at tlio fair-grounds
when Dr. Carver had his "wild west"
exhibition thero nnd was frequently run
into tho woods during that week by tho
Indians of Dr. Carver's company, who
took groat delight in tiring at it. Dr.
Carver heard ono of tho chiefs say that
tho fox was tlio spirit of his brother,
who had died out west a short timo
since, and was following him over tho
country. Tho doctor laughed sarcas
tically at tho chief, and tlio latter told
him if ho did not believe it was a spirit
fox, to try to shoot it. This nettled tho
doctor, who. It is woll known, is ono of
tho champion wing shuts of tlio world,
and ho agrood with tho chief that ho
would kill tho fox at tho first shot of
tho riilo or sot up tho drluks. Tho In
dian ordered tho drinks, tho doctor
fired tho fox ran away unscathed, and
tho Indian taunted tho doctor into tak
ing live moro chances at tho fox on tho
same terms. Tho story goes that tlio
fox uppeared live times afterward, tho
doctor shot at nun nvo nines, and tno
big chief took livo more drinks of Ion
nosseo iirowatcr, with tlio usual toast
that tho great Manitou was protecting
tho fox, in which form tho spirit of his
brother would follow him until ho died,
when ho would also turn into a fox, and
they would cavort around tho country
afler tho "wild west" show together.
It is a woll-iiuthontleatod fact that
this red fox, which is known ns tho
"spirit fox," has been shot at hundreds
of limes by somo of the best marksmen
In town, and to all appearances has
never been hit As for the hairbreadth
escapes at tho mouths of tho innumoriv
bio bauds of half-starved dogs that in
fest tho suburbs and prowl around the
cltv, thcro is no tolling how many ro-
bard has had. When in Mrs, Bulk'.
placo the fox runs around tlio grounds
apparently as well-contented as a dog,
and it Is stated that tlio Venerable mid
stately widow of tho dead president ha
become q lite Interested in tho now cel
ebrated animal. XuxlivUlo Anurias.
A Mexican prlost claims to havo dis
covered akey to tlio Aztec writings
Ho will publish, a book about it.
rivicrcnani i auoring ltv
and Clothing House AW
a i . m . .
A full lino of card mpleBof'J
uv kicui I'icca gQOat HtOCJC
UJ.I1 Ksa f.s.KJ ...:.i
win ub louna wilt. f
(UiO. O. CHRISTMAN,
This porous plaster is
absolutely tin bttt over
nuulo, cniuuiuing tho
virtues f hups with
runu. linluim. Anil ....
---- , , ... vwiiiiHuimwiswum
other plasters simply relieve. Crick lu tho Hock aiid
Keek, l'aln In tho Selo or Llmha, Slltf JuiiiU and Muscles,
Kidney TrouMu, I'.hcumatUin, NMiralfla, Horo Chest,
Alloctlons of the Heart end Uver.andnll wlna or orhci
tn any part cured Instantly hy the up iViufrr I T Try
trat'Ls. Its HOVpr I wnmlnrftil In ... -I .It l.
iu i-iicuiu cents or livo lor (1.00.
Mailed on renvljituf prii-o. Bold by
all dru jliits and country storei.
I jrr'urcunnlisUluQ. lutuuf appetite and ilist-ases of Ilia
Viwols t.tko llawlrr's Slo-riar'i and Urrr I'I!K firfnts.
Tlid Regular Cairo & 1'uilucah Daily
S GUS FOWLER
riHNRV K. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOIUiK JUliEo, Clerk.
1 aves PtddcahforO Iro daily (Saiidam eiccpt
ed) at 8 a. tn., and Mound C ity at 1 p. m'. Heturr.
nc, leaves lairo at p.m. ; Jimum i itv at s p.m
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Miuln to Order.
8tb St., bet. Oblo Levee A (Nin mi n-lal Ave.
Repairing neatly done. it short notice.
HALLIDAY BROTH nc-
CAIRO, I! LJNOIH.
FLOUR, GBAI' AM) IM
Mghfist Cash Prl"e P&ld lor La!.
A LADY of A Til LIT Y
T'caiiVH for .M4.U11.0 (Mvwold'a
Pttli'lii Skirt Kiini rift im I'.iftt.-I unH
stirt ttnti(irtir 'n f'nir.. mtn vllnl.
TV I lioatss MPs Uiriwuir trnl
v. ior ein 11 1 'ir.
,y .1. U I LIN AM. lien. Au't
ivi'i ni.ue Mreet,
I lilc uHO
V bos. debility, oxhnnatpd
puwrrs, (jreiuiitiiii) tji'.'ll v
and failure to perfurm llle's
.Intles pmperly nr. cuitwd hy
exeuwrs. ernim of youth, i-te.,
will lind a perffet and InntinK
roHtorniloti Id robust henllh
nnd vlu-oroiis iniinlinoil in
THE MAP5TON BOLUS.
Neil net- HIiiniHi'h druruinu m,r
jnlnini"titH. THistrfsiin.ut of
fi-v.,tia ISolillllv stirl
lbh sleitl lleeil v isunifnrniltf
sncrns.ini nnrnnsw oilmen nn terii-eti oinrno.tN,
new mill direct nx-lliods and alxnliile tlmr.
otialnii'ss, lull inlor-.nnlion aud Troalls. fioo.
AdilreKsConsnllinit 1'hynirian of
MARSTON REMEDY CO.. 46 W.t4!h St, Nr w York.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED: PARTS
OK T I ( K HUM AS h H V K LA K i Kl. IH'.V'TT
OTl : I , SI I ; N J T I IK N 1,1 if' ' I1:"'., .wnn jntrr.'M.nt
?i'v'i" ''""'"i ''''''''n'li "in iiiif'T.1 iiiii'tiiv tuiii'
Inn; it bout thin, lint ln runt rut y, t iioni'lvVrt i-u --titi
H"itlfit!m Mimr y nitf .til pnrt n'nlwrn y mTfi i nut
IutlK M Kl'ii Ml'ii., r.ullul.i. t . Y. 7""'"i. i ni f f ll.i,
n Bsa m MpjTliftnurtnil ft ruin ot HrTom Prliltlty , trmn
L LJ I. Kg ll stitt I ptiynlt'iil woHknon, limt iiiAiilioiitl.ittir--V
Ii IT r oii iiruitrnlli'ii, tint maim of ItiillmMi'iioh.
BssliiKi'wiiisiaiiir miiv i-AiiBii.nnrBrt livUCDUITA.
Btrunir flih thftt it wdleiint wry rave prtmiiti inw tuwnuiu
117 nnr rrr irini imrimrr
ttglKr, lc Ob. A. O. OUH
on rui'Bij.i or n cfnii fml
Van intaMIt mr lor I'IIi-k.
lHoe at dniKKiat, or
srnl prepaid liyniiill.haiiilil?
a ilai.i,a t,warvlnt1nn nf Ana ftf Ihi
tonstnou-d and suoeiwsful speeiallsls In IboU.U.
(now retired 1 ror tlioottreof Vrmniia Urbtlttih
I,of ,WitnrJl. Ha'ii-)niid Itmtu. Meul
Ul plalu sualud uvulopu'r. Uluuijliuicaii UU il
Addrtu DR. WARD & CO., Louitlin..' Ma.
WI MORPHINE HABIT
i' 3 I'll. II. II. KANH, uf tlit K.ynln.'ff
IffHHimia. Bow nlfcnn KdaHy wlitnt.f
11 on 111 ftint hlmnir Hlitilv pnlnliMMlr twt Ctltmr
Uliiitiil rfirtrtin mnt fnun f tnlntit nillfnl mn,r.,iMrss
U. tt. ft Aft k, A. Ht .!., 10V alttw Uk Urn Ivrk IK,
wuoaru tired of Calif 0 s that fade in nunshlne or
wathiiijj will IIhiI tbe
PURPLES, "GRAYS," AND
P 'tfoctl, fuel and u labio. 11 you ftant at bouts
print, try tbom. Made I u iireat variety,
Tone, TonclijWorlciiiansIiiD & DnraMIity
Wir.1.1 am iiAnr, gt, to.
Nos. J"4niidi Wit II11I1 linoro Street, Uulllinoro,
Ko. in Klflb Avenue, New York.
A PIEPER BREECH
lUUIVIUOl UUfi for the least money
ever olleretl tu tit Jtubllc.
For sole by all flrst-rlais tin Dealer..
At Whole. ul. only by (send (or Catalogue)
SCHOVERLING, DALY & GALES,
, 84 & 88 Chambers St., New York.
n 1 ...en!
ei d ! r our elect L'.t nf
Utu. 1' Itowill 4 Co., 1U
Hpttii-ti streetMNc Y
".ti' u' Cupp'no Hlnsli-rs are tbe plai-tir o
other tU; s r. v son and made perfect " ir. .11.
S-'KOiAL NO I 1CK!
We -.-a it an active, encrKit'c nd trnstwortby
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to us well reroinmeiided. We . o not desire to cor
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Id a d-iv, but with those who nre willing to work,
and want a got d paylnir lositlon Uoodt rent
on toiislniDii-nl. U :s riens itrlclly honorable.
SaMslVliirv rearenrei required. Address, hi at .
IrH'ai'e and present occupation.
1 I H ERA CO.,
Box Ul. Newark, N. J.
All Only Daughter Cured ot Consunip.
When dt-iilh us Lourlr e- erted fretn nnimp
Hon, all remedie. bavliiK fa led. and It. 11.
Jume. was txperlmeniln . be accidenlBilv made a
preparation ol Indian Hemp, w Lirb cured hu cnly
eblld. a- d now gives this recipe on recelut of two
ttnmpMo ray txru usi Hemp also cnn-i Nlubt
Sweats. Naitrea at the Stomach, and will break
af-eshcold in V!l bouts. Address CHAJJIHH
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r Cf( 'NtVti OUT OF ORDER.
J 30 UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
FOR SALE BY
T. C. CAKSONs Cairo, Ills.
Caveitt", Rodsstic. nnd Trail c-M nrl s trcn-rd. and
nil oilier 1'itluiit cniises in rtid I ntent Olllce and
before tbe Court) promptly and cure-fully attended
Upon receipt nrmoiM i r sketch of Invention, I'
pinko rarcl'iil exatnlriilluti, and ml visit as to
piit"tiUhllUv Kren ttf CIihi er,
KICKS MOD Kit TK, ml I mikoNOrnAKOK
ITNLKSS I'ATKNT IS HKCURKl). Inlortuntlon,
advice tud speo'Nl n-feri nc- aent on application
J. K. LlTTh LL, Wa.hlniiton, 1), C,
NoarV.ri, Patent onice,
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