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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only 'Morning Dally in Southern Illinois
BREAD ON THE WATERS.
It' In now many years ngo sinoo I,
Mary Uivers, performed tlio ono ecccn
trio uct of my lift'. 1 wan old enough
at that time to huvo grown I'lim and
"ovi'mtissy." ami years sjitMit in
in-eaching propriety to young Indies hail
luul thir t'fl'ect upon ine, ami I knew
that it woulil never lo in my position
to In) spoken of iw peeuliar. Ami yet
IJut you shnll hear. I had nt that timo
an engageinnrit in Mrs. lVndierloii's
family to linisli the education of an only
daughter. 'J'lio liouso was a largo
doulilc Imilding, ami tlm study, r
Kchoolrootn, was in a wing ntTcijt tho
hall Next it wan a ImmUnite, well
furnished apartment, which had been
given to me as a bedroom. It was re
moved from all tho other bedroom of
tho house, ami at night I was entirely
alone. However, I hud no fears of tlm
Mipcruatunil, and no terrors of any
soil, and the room suited me.
On this night 1 had retired as usual,
and the whole household slumbered,
myself included, when 1 was aroused by
something I hardly knew what a
sound, a movement, perhaps merely an
impression. Whatever it was, it in
duced me to rise ami open my door a
little. Instantly a draught of cold air
struck me, and I thought that tho hall
door was open,
'Who is there?" I cried, aloud, but
all was dark ami utterly silent, s.ive for
such a little velvety j:it as a eat would
make in crossing a marble lloor.
However, the draught had no busi
ness to bo there, ami I stepped buck to
my room and lit a w:ix candle, which
stood on my stand, and came out again
with my dressing-gown wrapped about
Tho door was not open, but a window
one of two on either side of the hall
had been lifted, urnl 1 heard a heavy
clatter as of the dropping of articles of
iron or steel in a heap. Something was
wrong. With a sort of tremor, rather
of excitement or fear, creeping over me,
I ran up stairs and knocked at Mr.
I'emberton's door, crying:
"Thieves are in the house."
In a moment more, my employer and
his brother were- both in" the lower hall,
armed with pistols, and a search was
made of every room on that lloor but
my own. As I had been there, there
was no thought of finding anyone in
The police, were sent for, and some
burglars' tools were discovered outside
the open window.
They explained that the window must
have been opened in order to admit
some small boy who could open the
door for them. ' A small boy indeed he
must have been to get in at those long
narrow slips; but nothing had yet been
done, and after a while all returned to
their own apartments, to sleep, if pos
sible. "liut shan't you be timid in your
lonely room? Won't you go up stairs
nnd sleep with Florence?" asked Mrs.
l'embcrton. "I'm sure it's dreadful
for you to be down here alone, Miss
How glad I am to-day that my nerves
were steady enough to allow me to (lif
eline tho oiler, and laugh at any idea of
fear on my part; but a governess can
not yield lo fine-lady terrors, and I, as
I have said, had occupied that position
all my life.
I retired to bed again, knowing tho
house safe for the night at least, and
was just about dropping oil' to sleep
when I felt, rather than heard, some
one creep from under my bed. My
door was locked. Whoever it was, I
' was alone with him one never thinks
of "her" in such circumstances; and
the darkness was the worst of all. I
struck a light at once. Some one tried
to blow it out and failed, i clutched nt
the dark object near me, and found it
to be the wrist of a small boy; and now
we stood face to face, and i held him
tight and looked at him. A child
of ten years not more a little, slen
der, dark creature dressed in a dark
blue shirt and pantaloons, and with list
slippers on his feet. His head was al
most shaven it was cropped so closely,
nnd he looked rather like a little guoiue
than a child. I knew at once that ho
was the hoy the burglars had slipped
through the window a tight squeeze
for even this slim thing fluttering in my
"lie- fpiiet, child," I said; "I am not
going to hin t you. I suppose yon nru
only a tool of those wicked men. Sit
down there and let me hud; at you.''
lie sat down, looking at me in ter
ror. "You must tell me the truth," I said.
"I want to be your friend. You came
hero with the burglars?"
'They put you through the window
to open our door?"
"Yes," he said.
"Iid your mother know of it?" I
"I never had any mother," he an
swered. "And your father?"
"Daddy. Daddy was hung for kill
ing a man," said tho child.
"Do you like this sort of life," I
Ho looked nt mo doubtfully.
"I d'no," ho answered.
T mean going out with those men to
rob houses?'' I asked.
"No," replied tho boy; "I'm afraid of
the dark. Once they shooted me, and
it bled. I like to go to bed and sleep
nights. I wish they'd let mo."
"L'oor little wretch!" I sighed to my
wilt. When I had called for help a'uiu
Hn.rX I1 Bttnl l" a IoIiM. station,
S ! L !aWM ter than the
A:M' er all, what.
I am ono of the women who really
lovo children, and it Htruck me that the
child was pretty, and had a goo.1 iu.lv,i
What a pleasant task it would be u vel
form him. To educate him; to suvh
him from all that lay before him. Hal
I been a rich woman, I should huv0
seen my way clear to tho attempt, but
a spinster governess yet, after all
Child," I said, "what is your name?"
, Hen," ho answered.
Well, Hen," I said, "are they good
to you, these peoplo you live with P Do
you like them? Aro you happy, or
would yon like to live differently ?'"'
"I'd like," said poor little Den, "to
have tiloutv to eat and vo to school with
other fellers. I get whipping), and am
hungry sometime!. I don't bolong to
no one, and nobody cjaios for me. I
don't live anywhere regular."
You'd like to go- to school, ehP" I
"Yes, like fellers," replied Beif "I
went to school once to get In, but tho
lady said to go away, I had dirty feet.
Jim said you could sneak lots of things
in school if you was smart. He did,
but he had shoes."
It seemed a hopeless caso. However,
even yet I could not bring myself to
hand the boy over to Mr. l'embcrton,
who assuredly would give him to tho
police. There was a way in which I
could help him if ho were not really
fond of his companions, and older in
crime than ho seemed, but to do so I
must bo very cautious. The character
of a feinalo Don Quixote would not bo a
good one for a governess.
'Hen," 1 said, "I want to help yon,
to keep you from going back to tnoso
people, and to put youto school."
He looked at me womleringly.
"Jf anyone else in the houso knows
that you aro hero, you will ho given to
the police." I said. "It will now soon
be day. You must let me lock you up
in this room until dark, and you must
make no noise. 1 will give you plenty
to cat. Remember, it is for your
He nodded. Tho experience of his
life had taught him to understand tho
necessity of concealment as other chil
dren do not.
"I'll be mum," ho said. "Don't fear
me; I'll be muni:"
And from that timo until dawn I sat
nnd looked at him without saying any
It was easy enough to provide him
with food that day, but my conscience
tfis heavy. Glad enough was I when
night came, and in the darkness I
smuggled tho little creature out of the
house, and holding his hand, went
straight to the clergyman of tho church
1 regularly attended. Ho was a good
man, devoted to his calling, and I knew
him to take a great interest iu tho re
demption of such waifs as Den, and
that he was secretary of an association
for such objects.
Mr. Dale received me in his study,
and I left little Hen in the hall, and not
feeling quite sure of tho safety of tho
hats and coats upon tho stand, whis
pered to tho servant to watch him.
Once within tho study, I told a truth
ful story to Mr. Dale. "lie is already
a little thief, I suppose," I added; "hut
he is very young. Will you help me to
save him? Will you send him to your
farm school, keeping the secret of his
antecedents? I will pay you for his
outfit; his clothes, trunk, etc., and for
his journey also."
"That will ho tho duty of the soci
ety," replied tho reverend gentleman.
"I will report tho caso. If I am per
mitted to send him he shall go. Mean
whilewait a moment" Ho arose
and loft tho room, and soon returned.
"Meanwhile," he continued, "my
housekeeper will take charge of him.
He can slay here."
A month from that day little Hen
Cray w as sent away to tho Jefferson
farm-school. He wore a stout cloth
suit and cap, and had a small trunk full
of clothing. He was proud and happy,
and though ho did not know the words
of gratitude, I could see that ho was
thankful. I gave him a lecture on
good behavior, and kissed him as wo
parted. No one had ever kissed him
before, I believe.
Ho started, looked at me, and his
chin nnivered; hut tho guard was cry
ing, " Take your scats, please," tho five
other littlo boys and their guardian,
who were his companions, grew impa
tient, and so wo parted.
1 was not insane, enough to tell of my
escapade it might have lo.-t me my
place; but soon 1 beard from My. Dale
that my waif had reached his destina
tion, behaved well, and was happy. A
year later ho wroto me a letter thank
ing me for my goodness. I fancied it
was dictated to him, and thought littlo
of it, save as a proof that my efforts to
help him were successful.
Years glided by fifteen years. They
had not been happy ones for mo. Uost
manv friends. I was lonely. Mv eves
i.uieil me, and l could no longer teach
tine embroidery' and flower painting,
which were my specialties. At last I
fell ill. In paying doctors and nurses
all my small savings melted, and when
I had recovered my health so as to look
into my affairs, I found myself au elder
ly woman, with only a few pounds in
the world, and no prospect of a posi
tion. The lodging-house keeper with whom
I lived, though not a cruel woman, felt
anxious to bo rid of one who soon might
be unable to pay her way, and my ad
vertisements brought no answers. Peo
ple wanted younger and more fashion
I w as seeking a placo in a shop, and
finding there also they desired only
pretty young girls, when, ono day, re
turning weary and footsore, I was told
that a gentleman wished to see me, and,
hoping for a new employer, hurried up
stairs to my room. Some one advanced
to meet me. A slender young man,
dark eyed and dark haired, who held
out his hand and said, "Miss Rivers, 1
knew 3 011 at once, but I scarcely think
you can remember littlo Hen Gray."
Little Hen Gray! I was astonished
beyond expression. This was a gentle
man, if ever ono spoke.
"You wore so good to nie, so angel
ic," proceeded this gentleman. "I did
not know how good you were then, I
was such a littlo brute; but every year I
learnt better to understand what you
had done for me. I have been very for
tunate. An old doctor took me into his
surgery when I left school. l am a
surgeon in decent practice myself now.
and I am married. I told my wife my
story, nnd she knows all you did for
me. My mission to London was to find
you. We saw your advertisement in
the paper, and knew you were still
earning your own bread. Madam, if
J on win como with mo to my homo a
Warm wi'locimn will tin ,T,n.,c Tl,
mother I never know will seem to have
been given me. My wifo longs for your
presence. Do not refuse us the privil
ege of making you happy."
, ,'flur'!,1 A"- ho lilt'8 tnow to what a
ieo . I? ?"mc! I tanked him with
s been my homo ever since, and his
children call mo Aunt Mary.
The Servant Girl Questlon-'-What's
tlie wages, and how many afternoons
and avemn's out do yer give a girl?"
"When we are asked to recommend
something to nourish and strengthen
the blood we always say take Malt Hit
ters." "Ik-st blood purifier we know of."
"Hapidly displacing all other bitters."
'For weakness, nervousness and the ef
fects ot dissipation nothing like "Mult Hit
ters." "Women and children take them freely."
Kvery man feels better when the posses
sor of a tine picture, particularly if its on
the back of a hundred dollar note, and
every man fee's better taking Spring Rlos
som, sure e lire for Liver, Kidney ami Mad
der complaints, l'ricrs: $1, 50 cents,
and trial bottles 10 cents.
Kntei pi ising Druggist.
Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. He has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, liny
lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it c!l
at bis drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, nsthousund8 already
have been (4)
It should not be forgotten that Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil is not only a sover
eign remedy tor Rheumatism, throat and
lung complaints, piles, soreness, ulcers,
cuts, bruises and burns, but is also highly
esteemed in the stables of the land as a
remedy fur horses and cuttle diseases and
hurts. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Hiey are Coining.
The Immense stock of Roots and Shoes
for the Spring and Summer trade are now
daily arriving, and when all in will be the
largest, best selected and most complete
stock of Men's and Roys. Ladies and Chil
dren's Runts and Shoes ever brought to
this City. Comprising nil the latest styles
and the Rest 1 ami-made nnd Eastern
Goods ever offered to the Public. Having
purchased all my goods for Cash, I got the
lowest prices on them, and will give the
public the Rciielit by selling them lower
for Cash than any other House. I invite
all to call on me if in want of anything in
my line before purchasing elsewhere.
Root and Shoe Dealer, No. DO. Commer
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A Timely Warning.
If your breath is so bad that you can't be
Take Spring Rlossom at once, and then be
And you need not put off day after day,
For i dollar a bottle is all you need pay.
Price; sfl., .10 cents, and trial bottles 10
Inside and Out.
Inside nnd Out. A double advantage is
derivable from Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
because it can be taken inwardly and
outwardly. It contains no ingredient not
eminent!;, safe and pure so it everts an in
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monary disorders, rheumatism, neuralgia,
sores, In uises, scalds, burns, etc. Paul O.
To all who arc suffering from the errors
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early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send, a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
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Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
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Whereas, the Coinmltti c eppoinic-d wilder rrdl
nance No. I', approvirl May I tin. if&ih to tlx and r-
port lo i he city c 01:1.1 ii the prices at which tho lot
.aid 00 In tioriions of lie strtn of ltoiiikI 1ii leet
wide. Lnottiius riiilroiul strip. I;iviua lu tw- eu Four
t' l iitti stn et nnd St. Charles stree t. .Iion d he sold
old report to tUc city cori.cll at its regular m.-etrt.L'
.clan Ii Bin. I"M (vcnitli riiiurt a al'lirovi a bv tin
1 Ity council Kt it-r.-nuliir inec in it. Aiirll Tith, I'-h.
i; 11 lit' Ho: puces on raid lot !illos:
Al'PliA ISM K NT DK I.OT" IN KAII.IMi.Vl)
b I nil" A I 1 : j" 1 " N 1 0 'I ill; cn V i if c a I lie
l-.I 111 Kv
I No 1 I No -J I No I i No i I No
I No 1;
UiT 1 Jlno
: 'i ni
" o' ' i M"
' 4! li.l no
lij H nil'
"1 m 00.
f! 00 00;
" lo Oil ' II
111 11 II
o l',. Ml (III
" 1:; 01 !
'11, Ml '!
l.'.t 1.1 mi
li.j 1,11 on
ji pi hi
1-:, 0 .
II j I o
i.'i in :
1 I) 10,
1 'hi no
1 lo 00
1 H IHI
i 10 1-0
JWi in (!'' H
l :'i Hi;
imi m. j mi 111
API'llAISKMENT OF l(. K STIU I" ADDITION
lll.es K VI WIIUIKII
, . . .
t M '
K1 171 Imi 1
.. II i
, IJ I
L ' I B '
i It i.
Which hiiIiI rep t Is on lllu In my ofllce.
I'uhlli: 1 oilce is lien ny L'lven to the o'c tii-r or
ovvm rM of the property iihuitlniri n snld lots ahove
'iieniioneil inul Uiey liuve tlie rlL'lil anil privileiie
for sixty clues from the (late hureofto purchase the
said lots aliove descriliecl at thu said lim es llxe I
hy said 1 "iniii-lt"!'
u .1 . I'oi.kv. ( ity ( ,eru.
K -4 r Outfit luniHicd tree, with rull in
II l',rl"'""s lor coiidiictlui,' the most
S I I lir"hl"llubuslnes that any one. ran
J I eiinaire In. Thu I.iisIiicms is so can)
y m v lo leiiru, and our Instriiciioiis are so
sllllllle llllll Illhlll. thill unc 01,11 run
make Krenl prollts Irom lliu start. No unci can fail
who is wIIIIiik to work. omen are as successful
as men. Hoys and ulrls ran earn larin sums.
Many Iibvu nimlu at the Imaim hs over one lnnwlreft
dolliirsln 11 slnulu week. Nnthliiit Uliu It ever
known lielore. All who enirare are surprise! at thu
ease and rapidity with which they are able to make
ncy. Von tun ciit'iii;e In this liusluesa during
your spare time at Kri at profit. Yomlo not hnvo to
Invest capital In It, We take all the risk. Thoso
w ho lined ready money, should wllru In ut at oncn.
All furnished froo. Address TUCK .ten... An
JDIU'K TO CONTlMCTOm.
ClTV C l.KIIK H tIFI'K K,
CAIIIO. III.. A 1,1-1 1 JMh ISHI.
Huiiled proposiilswlll ho rncolvod at this oltlco,
(llrected to thecitv Coum llof Ihu City or Cairo,
until ft o'clock p. in', of Tuesday, May Kltli. 1W1, fo
luriilslilin.' theiii'ilerlal and iIoIiik tho work, or do
Ini! tli.i work, nccesKury for Iheconstriictlou and r
cotislructlon Die lollowlim sldewnlks, vlis: Te lie
reciitistriictc'il of wood, on thu westerly sldu of
Win-hliilnii avenue from tho northerly end of the
crosswalk, on Twenty flrt, truot, In tho sonl'ierly
end of tlm crosswalk on Tweuty-lhlh street. 'JM
lioronslriirtt'd of woor'.on tliinoulh side of Twoii
liiith slrciel rrom Waslilnuton avonuci lo ennnoct
with thu sidewalk froiilliiii J. H. Hiiecl'a propurty,
between SVashinnloii tner Wnlnnt; also on the
north sldu of Twenty-second atrmit from Walnut to
I'cdarstroots. As provided for by ordination No.
ii", which la on tile In till ofllro mid sulijor.t tocx
amitiatlou nt unv tliiin. 'I ho rlulit tu reject uuy and
nil blda reserved by tho city
D.J. FOLEY, Clly Clork,
TRI MILS FO WEB
iHauiplireys' Eouieoputtiio Bpucilioa I
rrovi'ii rroiu niiu eninoi' inn hii enure
Hiiceen. hllliile, l'riiinil, Ktllelem, anil
Keliiililc, th' y urn tlie only 1111 Ulclnei
ivlniieil to "iiiliir 11 hi',
i.ih I'liisc irn. S". iihkk. ruler
1, Fevers, ''"ntccllou, lultiininiatloiis, .Z,
nriiis, Worm I eci- W nun I olie, .as
1 rlnii I'nlle, or Iseililniri.r Infunt,
4. Iliiiri ln a of ' lilliln 11 or Ailul'i,
i, l.eiilerv, Hrlilui, Hillous Colic, . ,2t
. Cliulera Mi.rlni". VoiiilUnK, .f.
7. C iiiikIis, ( 'old, Icnmeliills,
5. enrnliila, 'looltniclie, lueenche, . ,j
. Ileiiilm Iiik, Sick llni'liii'li'"., VertlKO, Jr.
HI. Ilv.iii-n.ln. bilious Molliliell,
l. Snioireaseil lit I'miiliil Perloils,
ii U lilies, loo nroliiM- reriiHi.
11 Cmim. Coiiih. initleiill Hrenililiiir. . ,!1
Itlllll... UHl iiroiiive 1, '11, nap, .
"1,11 neiiiii, r r, ii'ii'-. . 1 '".". .- '
HlieuinulUiii, lilieiiuiuile l iiliix, - .1
II'. l ei er 11111I kh,., 1 hill 1 cer, Aguea, M
17 lilu I'll.... .... ........I.... ... '.I
... . ... m, .'...iu ur i.ie.ioiiK'
V Ihliirfl, I... I , till, 1. .,v, 'J,
)!. llllllllillil I nilcli t lllll'lll I "U. ll-,
-T l.i lH ral llcbllily, J'hy.'l nikiie-uc.
.'".iii-, iriMeiiNr, .'
;. V riou. Ilt-niiliv. fiMTiiialnrrlieii. l.m
1. I rnmrvVii-akin-i'.Ueliliii;llie la J.'io
U. Ill.i ii.e ut 1 lie Henri, J'ul.llulloii, I n
for mile n ilriiKKlu.orseiu l.y ihe Cum-,
,ii.mIiilIi. vii.l ri'.' ,.f ,.1... . i
" "-..'- -'.. p., .111 r.'.-1'oii 01
Kl n'nd for lr. Ilioniilircy . HiHikiin
llleii.e, .ie . n il I'HK...,, ul IHu.iriiled
( uliili.uoe, 1-ltKK.
A.l'lr'M., Iliiiniilirevs' lloiiioiinllile
.Med. C o.. tOil l ullou bt.. w lurk,
IIU.MI'IIIIV'S HOMEOPATHIC MEDI
CINES, noli l,y EAUCLAY EKOS.
2Dr. S. SUs'om's Sst:malPil3P.caed7
Civeslnnant relief aiidl:nliifAllthle
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Font t'y DniL'iri"ti-vi ry tieri!. Pries, flmpi-r tmt
prriwi ftiyni'iil. huiuj l.-s I'-nt Ji . ' to l'li v.;cl.u,i
sndillsuifiT' rs,l'y P. N-ut.ii "H. r ( o Jfox
Uu 1'urkUty. boleituiiuuitHituri.rul"Jniic.Ob'1
perf"-tiT ,' i.-. iTnii'i'iii''. I it..' tn'ki i t ih b vh-
,l lill-'l ' ili.lfi,.fil.,.s II, t'.i- ,1 i I 11. ... , ic.'l.l
waul .11 l-Jj W,,,. I'' y ' " . ; I 1 I i'i -:
Ul iltat,;u. W B sCUItlSLLlMttCO H I
MOLLEU'S COIJ-I.IVEU OIL, h,M l.y
k STOPPED FREE
X :.riihw mi 'xiu
1 tip. in.iwe'RCPtir
JaJllaiia .Sikvii I i-h.k. thljiu-n
ilri.Lisi.a if u.-n ib. uittiiI. fat vr
iirttacy tuit. lr,Hi. arm ii: trial toltl.-fnt
y . t ruio-TiU, thsv ia,'i.ir t x ;.ri-?r". trrrf rj:ri..
P. 11. I rinrrM lr.-. to Iim- K I I " It . f
I Aict St. I'Ulj'.inu. i .ye vrihCiiAiitir jjlaU.
!? 'f"- l,LI.Af8 60I.mr.J! MP.VIU
On- foi. I'awnUd Octoir 14, U76,
hi). 1 will core any ri In f ior dr nr l-
M. will cure Hie ml oitii.4le ck;, bj lua'.u r
hil I ,'ll..lll il.d.1 I.C .rlld ..i,.- .... ..
let ".il, lint re cru.n t . i r j lu'-r l v r,, . j
fy il iiroyinu trie tmuow .f t.io ,r, a s 1
yr)a.'i.torair:nh-siitiu.xUoi Ui pr !iit uU..t
1 rii.i.. ..... 1 t.li. . 1. ....
Pr. r $1 A W)l.t'rtr ALL MU'iVlLSTS. or
Uiailcl "J receipt c.f price.
Fur 1 her rr:, o.iri irnd for eircalnr.
P. i) II z lili. J C. AM.ASc ci..'j joiiaftrwit.
Bc 1 'irk. '
'!? r 3J0 rcr! f.r r.y car: thiy ij not
WaK'k tafe an J tun- cure.
ALLAN'S MEDICATED Eol'OIES
NM .v EAECLAY EHOS.
i-) ;'. Ian i.-! '.i f
' I I H kf ht Sm K
CQSIUCI SESSE 113 PLAIM VLIM
1 Wodk, Ai.al fell ftr.
lb:rrr.U.iy, AdlfMi M ?.
fy Mm pb Cv ifca if,
No iwtk ciijr.
L.ilrs. Slut Uiuu. lUral'mMat . o. d. fur usmluuoa
IlrcH.ch l.o'llr(frbot(oin.l1-totW. Double Hhot
dims, UtotlW. r)iinrl'Oui).itot-M. l!ltlc,it'
ITV liVivolver. fll if S. . n I for free lll'itrte;l
iHniu-. I'li-AI VefcBltiW UL.S WOltKil.
tVUSTACHt AMD WHISKERS,
rAWPTD IWCTITIITC I-rof. Kllni, W hi
WnilWkll M1VIMW I fcj,.4 ttMH, lliU-tlK-atiOKR
M ieiitiiic tn-alui'-iit and
luiiiiciiw 'r'tic. htiiiiuil
f h 1 1 I m ck now IcuVcil
ini'hi'niy u I uncur ami
-rn K'.li'in.l. I lie n,.'Hle.
traordii.ary tun 1 - Ins
c irre.lt LhimirtU iitnrtr
i !r Mn'i'W'l are rio'Nleel.
. .......... nr
Ow - .... .. .......... . -w
reoulrel in 'n mnvtnir tlm
59 J nn"st of CaiiciT or
It' Tiiun'i-s. For Hrt'i'iilvrs,
O Is' ii'l for frt1 tn""itiK' ';r
yt' Ji.'.ZfiCZ. C.-.II tilt KI.INK
,V XTV III A" lntellii;iiit vouim "ti lu
liV.i I J J 1 ' every coiinlry town, to take u
iTiinuieiil local au'ency for the Mile of our te-as,
illci s. etc. ,ln t .ii kni'iiH. to roiisiiiiu rs. Tin airi-n-
ri'iinri's no iiediliiny nnd hut a moderate amount
suliciiliic. i,nd if iiroiii'rlv iiiiiimtid will pay
-..i ... .i ...... . '0....0 r.....
i.-.i. .7--'iwpi....i.rriir. I mien ior ii"
'kiipi.ks Tka CO.. P. o. lio.x r.0, st, Louis, Mo.
Nervous Suilcrers-I Iih r.'ut Lurutienn Rcif-
CllV-Pr. .1. II. Sllill'Son,hiee'lll Jli'illC'lllC.
Dr. .1 H. Siiniisoir Sneclllc 5!eillc:lne Is a IioSi-
tlvc cure for Siiermiitorrhea. Iiiiniteiicy, WenkneHl
and all cUm-iisc resnltinit froln .Self-Ahiiso. as Ner
vous Debility, lirilnl)illt)'..M''"l''l Anxiety. Languor,
Lassitude. Depression iif'lillsuiid fuiictiniial do
riiiiuenn iils of the Nervous system ii-nerallv Pains
in Kark or Hide. Loss of Memory, premature Old
Ai.'c suit c'lseiises
that le ad to Con
anil an cany
No niBtter how
in may no
u nv L
any kind, a short
roursi! of thlsnieilli;ine will restore do lost liiuc
t on and tirociirc health anil win nucs;, i" -y-
foro was clc'stionilency and ploom Ihu Nicc-ltic
Mcdlclno is hcilliK used wltn wonueriui buc;-
ccrs. , . .
Paniphluts se nt free to all. nnioior mem nnu
KC'I fulI pnrtlculars,
Prlc.o, Hpeciiic. ?i per r "' ' I"' ".
lor jri.im. in no si-nc uj umn ..n'i
,f B. HIMi'SON'S MEDICINE CO.,
N'os. 104 and ICo Main Ht.. Uull'ttlo. N. 1 .
Oulflt sontfrec to thoso who wish to on
Unitei In thC most iiiobsiiui
liuslnes known, ICvoryth ni now.
.:piial not required. "'.
eve rviiiinv. lrta clavBtiil upward U yot
censlfv n.sile without ulaylim ?ay from
hnmi, over uli.'hl . Kn riak Whatever. Mllliy IIOW
work'Tswiintedatoncei. Many aro mnklnn fort-
a tho luiHinuaa. I.ncites miim iwii
t.d i niin,. i,., nnd olrls maKoizrciitiay. No
lint, who in wniiiii, lo
money overy day than ran ho maikiln aweek nt. any
other uiuuloyineiit, 'I'hoso who ennniie at oneij
will find short road to form no. AddroH II.
...... . .... .n . J. ......i. rull. to miiloi niiirii
II ALXKTT & CO., I'ortlano annuo.
1 h 1 1 iiri 11 rm r nifc mrii t mit 1 1 " "Mm t Hi uni ncniil
El D hi I
V TJTTmt&Tir XTtt-i
VST nsi rrsv-
V; r .i ny
1 rr ?2JTw