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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1882.
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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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All Communication! should ho addreiscd lo
K. A. HUKNKTT,
Publisher and Pro'trlatnr.
lie Overdid It
So unH'h cnn In) lii-nnl every day
nli'Mit cruriho nnd insanity in amoral,
that it little" inciili'iit that K'i'iiiTt;il in
Franklin may jmnn itiicri'htiii. A
Iiiijtp, brawny lri.ilimitn im-t nnntlier
inan on (lif! h'lrrct ami liv I'lianco tlicy
jnstlutl facli oilier. 'I'lio Irishman tnrn
nl, ami knocking thu oilier man down,
liwtt and kieked him ntitil he was al
most, dead. He was arrested and thrown
into the lock-up. Tlio next morning ho
appeared l;efor Alderman Bunco. I Id
employed as his counel one of the old
i't attorneys at tliu bar, a Scotchman
by birth. 'The attorney heard his ac
count of the alVray and naw there was
no chalice lo save liis client by the m
tial methods. lb.' disliked Ioom Rc:ifl
ahovn all things, hcaning across tho
table, ho hispcrcd to the Irishman,
"Thi'iv is only oik; chance to clear
you; plav that you mv insane."
Tlio fri.shman, jjlad to escape, no
Booncr heard it than he put il inio prac
tice. Up he jumped, and with the yell
of a demon sprang into tin centre of
tho room. With a kick ho sent thestovo
Hying into the corner of the room.
Down canin the pipe and soot on the
usual court loafer-; chairs llew, lamp
wore thrown from their brackets and
pandemonium reigned supremo. Above
all the din and uproar, how ever, could
be heard the Ix'wailing voice of the old
"Ah, you have overdone it, ruy friend,
you have over ' uie it."
And .such i ed to be the case. Ho
was convicted and sentenced for a dual
WIT AND EUM0R.
On the question of the next potato
rrop tho eye have it. (in the ipie-tion
ol tho crop the nose will have it.
A matter-of-fact boy defined salt as
"that tnfl' which make potatoes taste
bad when you don't put any on."
There ought to be a pre at many red
ears in the corn crop this season, it has
boon talked about -o much.
The ijiie-ti'inof the hour: Which shall
we do, stop ca'ing meat or po.tponoour
trip to Kuroj.e?
Never kick a pour, frieiidiess tramp
away from the door. Tell a policcmitu
to do it.
It is iom;ucr or din with the good
doctor but tin' pat '.Hit is expected to do
the iH ing.
.!.a l'-ik 'ii the ri.-lit side; a
ini.'liu u. -!y l.ip'd giri can ring the bell
fr a Jul : i.i - jj"u. dinner.
A -.':.- i ': i- iuv.vitei! a drink
win !i l.e ca !- I i 'I puiii-h. because
i' m k - i p"i ket.s of hi- pa
1 1 in .
i! i- .ii. 1 lli:i! - iluof the beef
now "''! i- i ..pi ."oi.i' ., uith girlie.
Tl-y haw t. sii-eiigthcii it so it can
h'.'M not ii" ,11'icc.
Kve did not . ': r.r.- any of the
t'"'t;ures etiduved by tie' modern ladies
of fn-hion, and y'. like the latter, she
had nothing to wear.
"A babe," s:n- a w titer, "is a moth
er's anchor." We have ifvn heard
that the lii'.-t thing she does is lo weigh
I!v. Mr. I.yon, of Bridgeport, preach
ed Sunday night on the natMiial mil
There was a univer-al exchange of um
brellas the next morning.
In view of the results of the Arctic
exploration, we are forced to believe
that the North Pole is one of thoso
tilings that no fellow can find out. Ik
troit Fi ve Vc-..
A G-year-older was seated in a bar
ber's chair. "Well, my little man," said
the barber, "how would you like vour
haircut?" "0, like papa's with a little
round hole at the top."
"Yes, sir!" said the Kentuckian; "I
never was in a more tantali.ing position
in my life. There were three of us with
a pack of cards in the room, and not a
deuced cent in tho crowd."
A wicked man killed himself in the
lowest level of a Nevada mine, nnd the
account says: "Thus his alleged soul
was saved over half a mile of transporta
tion." Magistrate: "Do you know the nature
of an oath, my box ?" Witness (prompt
ly): "Yes, sir, Itist take it, sir 'r
else I can't be 'memb'r o' paiTment,
"My Charley is growing a perfect love
of a mustache," said one school-girl to
unother; "I can seo it real plain. "So
you ought, clear; il is frequently right
under your nose."
A powder is advertised hy a man that
is warranted to cure cats and dogs
"running about anil making a noise at
night." It is black and put in a gun,
and makes a noise itself.
He was so mad to find his wife not at
home that he took the soap and wrote
across the looking-glass, "BeUoy Jane
Is a big fool." Silo amended it with
"What did you say tho conductor's
name was?" "(ilass, Mr. Glass." "O,
no!" "But it is." "Impossible: It can't
be." "And why, not, pray?" "Bo
cause, sir, (ilass fs a non-conductor."
Thoughtful Consideration Isabel Ir
ene: "Please shut your eyes for a mo
incut, mamma." "Mamma: "Why?"
Isabel Irene: "You said you never Mint
ed to see me take any sugar, and I am
tfoiug to take a piece uow."
Tho best of reasons. A story Is told of
an old gentleman who always took notes
of his minister's sermon and on one oc
casion read them to tho minister him
solf. "Stop! stop!" said ho at the oc
currence of a certain sentence. "I
didn't say that." "I know you didn't,"
was the reply, "I put that hi my sell to
make sense.' ,
They gay thero Is a man In Gunnison
county only twenty-six years old who
has killed twenty-seven men already. It
is very rare that a young physician at
tains a praetieo liko that at the ago of
When a certain prince of alm-Salni
came during the civil war to oiler his
sword to tho federal government, his
title puzzled Mr. Seward. "Psalm -Psalm!"
he exclaimed, where does ho
come from?" "Perhaps from Sing
Sing," said tho person addressed.
Gen. Grant's son-in-law, Algernon
Sartoris, is to swim a race with another
man on tho Thames in June for 1,000
a side. And yet some persons feared
when Nellie Grant married Sartorii
that sho was getting a mere nobody.
The young man, it appears, has talent.
A member of tho rhetorical class in a
certain college had just finished his
declamation when the professor said:
"Mr. , do you suppose a general
would address his soldiers in the man
ner von spoke that piece?" "Yes, sir, I
do,,r was the reply, "if he was half
scared to death."
It is well known that M. Logon vo,
who is such a master of reading, w rites
detestably a hand liko inky ily-l racks.
A lady said, speaking of him to one of
his colleagues: "Wonderful reader, M.
Legume, eh?" "Wonderful? I call him
supernatural; he can even read his own
A cruel hut esthetic father was in the
habit of beating his children "black and
blue" before the arrival of Oscar Wilde
m this country. Now he hammers
them until they are "greeiiery-yallery"
Oscar has succeedee in including a love
for tho beautiful e'en in tho savage
"Are you going to take that ugly in:
dog with you again, Carrie?" n-ked
Charles. "I really believe you take
him simply to make yourself look pret
tier by tliu contrast.' "Don't be jeal
ous of poor Pug, Charley, replied Car
rie. "I'll take you some time when I
want to look especially handsome.
A coteinporary asks, "IIow shall wo
men carry their pur-es to frustrate the.
thieves?" Why. carry them empty.
Nothing fru-trates a thief more than to
snatch a woman's purse, after following
her half a mile, and then find that il
contains nothing but a receipt for spiced
poaches and a faded photograph of her
A man living near Burlington, Vt.,
recently got divorced from his wife,
whom lie now employs ashiredgirl. but
he can't see what lie gains by the opera
tion. She deniainis a week, the
washing sent out. three nights and an
afternoon off. be-ides the privilego of
having company in the kitchen, and now
threatens to leave if he does not intro
duce intothe house all the modern im
provements. "The fact is," said the seedy tramp,
"I have read so much about the troubles
in the labor market, that I am heartily
sick of the whole bu.-iness, and I made
up my mind long ago that I would nev
er have any thing to do with labor. As
I am a man who never forsakes his
principles, I cannot work; but if you
have a nice rare steak and cup of hot
coffee about the premises, I'll devote a
few moments to their demolition."
A St. Louis editor accidentally re
ceived in his morning mail proof-sheets
intended for the employs of a religious
publication house, and, after glancing
over them, rushed to the city editor,
yelling. "Whv in the world didn't you
get a report of that big flood? Kven that
slow old religious paper across the way
is ahead of you. Send out your force
for full particulars onlv one family
saved. Interview the old man. His
name is Noah."
The stage of a Western theatre took
fire the other evening, but a panic and
rush for tho door was averted by the
manager, who, with great presence of
mind, slipped to the front and said,
"Ladies and gentlemen, we have pre
pared a little surprise for you. An im
mense kettle of whiskey-punch is now
being heated, and in a few moments
waiters will pass through the hall and
distribute it. After that the audience
had to bo pulled out one by one.
The English Corn Laws,
Much as we hear said about the Eng
lish corn laws, it is to be doubted if
many people know just what they were,
England has nearly always had "duties
both upon the importation and exporta
tion of corn; in former times duties
were imposed upon its removal from
one part of the country to another. The
duty upon the exportation of corn was
finally aboli.-hed in 1M. The duty up
on importations has varied greatly from
time to time. In 115 (against tho
strong opposition of the commercial
classes,) the agricultural interest suc
ceeded in fixing the high ligure of 80
shilling as the limit at which there
should be no duty on importation. This
was the law to which tlio distress of
England was especially due. During
the course of the next ton years the voice
of the poor had time to make itself
heard. J'he distress soon became so dire
and the pressure so great, that efforts
were made by government in the direc
tion of modifying the duties. In IH'-'H,
the law was changed, and a minimum
of duty of one shilling was fixed when
the price was 7H shillings or more, with
the maximum duty of 'J shillings eight
pence, when the price was til shillings.
In 18i2 tlio government of Sir Robert
Peel euiu'ted what w as called the "Slid
ing Scale," fixing a minimum of duty
of ono shilling when the price wns 87
shilling or more, nnd lidding ono shil
ling to the duty for each decrease of one
shilling in the' price until the maximum
duty of 'JO shillings whs reached. At
last, in 1811), Sir Bohert Peel carried
through his measure, reducing the du
ties at once, and fixing them at a nom
inal rate after an expiration of three
m s i i
In some Eastern countries tho larger
shells of tho mother-of-pearl family uro
used in the construction of houses.
Mounted on n framing of wood, they
make at once strong anil elegant panels,
blinds for windows, etc. The Cathedral
and ot her sacred edifices at Panama are
lined with shells, and tho soft light they
diffuse is said to have a most pleasing
'Col. II. G. Ingorsoll is reported to Lave
lost if 50,000 bv investing in an ill-starred
Colorado mining enterprise.
A Quoer Family.
In tho southern part of Dutchess
County, among tho mountains, stands a
strange and lonely habitation, in which
a curious race of people has dwelt for
many generations. Their progenitor
was mi Irishman named Heady. They
are called the "Headies," and they
claim to bo partly of Indian origin.
Their ancient homo has been called
"Tho Woodbine" ever since the days of
the log cabin from which tho present
structure grew. 'J'he vino which cov
ers the front of the houso would suffi
ciently account for this appellation, but
it was hIso tho name of the Indian girl
from who-c union with tin; Irish Heady
the race has sprung. The story is that
the father and founder of the colony
lived to .sec his descendants of the fifth
generation, and that before ho died ho
called tlieiu all about him and, giving
to each a sprig of the vine, bade him
plant it before his new home, for they
had become so numerous that they must
separate, Soino built near the old house
and some far away, and only a few are
now left; but n luxuriant growth of
woodbine covers all tho mountain side.
An Excellent Medicine.
"I certify that my wife and myself were
in bad health for some fifteen years. I
chanced to be looking over one of Simmons
Liver Regulator Almanacs nnd saw A. II.
Stephens' and bishop Pieice's names to tes
timonials. I then obtained some of the
Regulator, und can heartily recommend
Simmons Liver Regulator to my friends as
an excellent medicine, Z. E. Haiuuson, M.
I) , (iordonsville, Va."
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need iu a friend indeed. This
none csu deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely atllictcd
with dibi'Hse, more particularly thobe com
plaints and wiskncss so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A tingle tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
filty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
Schuh. " (2)
James Pearson, 2S Sixth Street, Buffalo,
says: "1 have used jour Spring Blossom
for myself and family, and think it invulu
able as a household remedy, for regulating
the bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never be without it." Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Paul IS. Schuh, Agent.
''How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time?'' "I alwaya have Parker's Ginger
Tonic handy, " was the reply," Hnd thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
Seo other column.
An Entire Success.
It has been proved by the most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectrrc Oil is bu
entiie success iu curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description.
Paul (S. Schuh Agent.
It is simply marvelous how ijuickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and malaiia, are cured by "Sel-
lei s Liver Pills."
The invalid finds in "Dr. Li ndsey's Blood
Searcher" nature's great restorer. It is
wonderful. Sold by all druggists.
A (iriuiiing Iiputh's Head
is scarcely more abhorrent to a refined ob
server, than a row of di -clured teeth made
visible by a smile. Correct the hideous
blemish with delightful and healthful Sozo
dont, which whitens yellow teeth, imparts
ruddiness rihI hardness to colorless, nn.
healthy gums, and a floral balminess to the
breath. me leininiue mouth ueenmes
wondrously attractive in consequence of its
use. Leading actresses and cantatrices re
gard it as incomparable.
Tue Grand Ontral Hotel, GOT Broadway
New York city, is one of the finest, if not
the finest, hotel in New Ym k city. Recently
thoroughly renovated and refurnished
throughout, excellently well kept, and
charges exceedingly tnodcMto. 200 Rooms
on European plan at 1.00 and upwards
per day, also a good restaurant attached.
Nearly a Miradu.
E. Asenitli Hall, Binghamtoii, N.Y.,
writes: I suffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoul
ders. I lost my spirits, appetite and color,
and could with difficulty keep up all day.
My mother proctued some Burdock Blood
Bitters; I took them ns directed, and have
felt no pain since first week after using
them, and am now quite well. Price -fl.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Dlt. Kt.lMv'8 G UK AT NlCUVK RusTi'UKR is
tho marvel of the age for a!l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to Ml Arch
street, l'hiladclpia, Pa.
Second Edition of Job.
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division street, Bull'ih,
says: "I cannot be too thankful that I was
induced to try your Spring Blossom. 1 was
at olio time afraid I should never ho able to
get cut agnin. I seeiuuil to be a second
edition of Job without his patience; my face
ami body were one. vast collection of boils
nnd pimples; since taking ffne bottle of your
Spring Blossom I am quite cured, all erup
tions have disappeared, and I feel better
than I have in a long time." Price 50 cents,
tiial bottles 10 cents.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Allen 'h Biaiu Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and nil weakness
of generative organs. 1. 5 for $3. AH
druggists. Rend for rirculnr to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will nave 50 per cout. of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Bullock A Co., St.
Louis, Mtf. ?)
Oo to Paul O. Schuh for Mil. Freeman'B
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and Germac. Price 15 cents.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given Bomo enterpriseing man
in The uullktin Building, which is now
ell'ered for sale on easy terms, mng time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for the past yeur for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
hrick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 16x45, H is a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oherly, Bloom
Purklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Korea. TTlecrn. flail Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, ormonev refundeil. Price
25 cents pr box. For Bale by Geo. E
The Law of Kind ties.
Is universal; it affects all the human fam
ily, all auinials, and may be even found in
talent medicines. Some are drastic, and
the patient is oblignert to suffer pains
worse than the disease; but in cases of ob
stinate constipation, dyspepsia, there is no
remedy so kind, so gentle in its effects, and
yet so satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters
Price, f 1.00.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-
ultaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are atllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lust Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health aud manly vigor. Ad
dress as above. N. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Jos. L. Foote. the Commodore, Elgin, 111,
gays Thomas' Electric Oil cured him of
sciatica with one application, thoroughly
applied. It also cured him of a severe coht
and cough. He thinks it a very valuable
remedy, and will never be without it.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
IlvspepMa, Liver Ms
rasi'8. Fever ami Akup
nes8, Nervous Debility
THE REST KKMF.DY KNOWN TO MAN!
Iwdve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1(10!
Tlile tsvrtip poiuefiw vnrld propertied: It Mini
nlHte the ptyaltno in the inuva, which convortc
the Harrh Slid filiiiir of Ihe foiut Into glucono. A
ileflrlenoT in ptyaiino caueK wind nnrt souring ol
(tin food In the leonutrh. If the au'dirlne jt tmcii
inimidiiitely aflur euting, tlio foriuuntatiou of !td
It nets upon the Liver,
It sets upon the Kidneys,
It Kt'Rulatcs the Rowels,
It Purities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strenirtliens mill Invigorates,
It Carries off tlio OM Wood nnd makes New,
It Opens the Tores of the Skin and Imbu es
it neutrallKCs the hereditary tmnt, or poison la
the blood, which KenernleR hcrofulft, ErvKlpnlae,
aud nil nianuer of Skin UiHCHes sud lutumal liu
morn. There are no epirll employed in Itn niHnufitr.tiiru
nnd It can ho taken by the most dellrale bahe.nr by
the rnc'd and I'tiuhle, care only buluK required In m
telill u to direct .oils.
tlalvs, Henry County, Ills.
I wr KiifterlnR from S Irk Headache and D'.'A
nea io tbnt 1 could not attend to toy household Oti
tic", and a nhort trial of Dr. e'lark Joliumui'a icll
uu Mood Syrup elTcciuullv run d me.
MKH HK1.ICN ELK1NM.
Waterman Station, UeKalb Co.,
Thts ia to certify that I)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Hvrup has cured me of Tula In the Mark. It
Is a valuable medicine. MHS WOOJ).
Centre mil, Wlilto Co., ArU.
This It to certify that I was atllicted with Pulpi
lalioti Hi the Heart lor many years I tried dltltir
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions funded morn to
weaken mo than Ihnr did to ctreiiitthnn. I a liint
res Ivwd to try Dr. e'lark Johnson's Indian llinoil
Syiup, which proved to be a positive cure lint on
ly curing the Heart Disease, nut also a hick Head
acb which had been Iroiitillnu me.
1 was atllicted with Liter Complaint and Dyapcp
sla aud failed to eet relief, althoiiKb. unlne muill
r.lues from our best doctors. 1 commeueed usliiij
Dr. Johnson's Indian Mood Hvrnp, iinilasbort trial
cured me. T. W. KfHINU. Mollne, HI.
This rnrllflea that lr. Cliirk Johnson's Indian
Mood Syrup has effectually cured mu of ilyspupeia.
Too much cannot he said In prnUe o'' It.
W. B.WlMMliK, Bedford, Mo.
Avsnts wanted fur the file of the Indian Mood
Hymn in evurjr town or viIIiiko, in which I have no
agent, Particulars ivcn ou application
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I. College of Literature aad Arts . To courses
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II. TliuoloKlcal nurse. Instruction by tho pres.
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Uro iic.uslle, Indiana.
TOTICE TO CONTHACTOHS.
( mice of City Clek. Cairo, Ills.,, July Kin, 1.'.
Sealed proposals will lie receive! at tills olllee,
directed to the Ci'y Clem of tue city of Cairo, un
til Tuesday eveniili; Auuust 1 next, for keeptnir all
public drive wells in thu city in Rood working or
der for the remaining million of the tl-riil venr
(April Ho h, IHvl). AIo for the layini; of sewer
pipe on Commercial avenue, neiween Third hi it
rillh streets, and between Nlneth and Tenth
street", and on 1 w, nty-second street, hitwi-n
VV s'niit and Pino street. Work to be done mi is
fucitiry to he committee on streets. A gund ami
siitllcl nt b'in:l for twice tin) Binimnt of bill must
accompany all propositions. The rltfht lo reject
any aud all bids reserved by the city.
1). J. FOLKY, City Clerk.
OKAY'S SPECIFIC JIKDiriNK.
TRADE MARK. The fireat Iinir-
Vuifv llsh remedv. An
r - "t unliilllni; cure for
spermat rrhea. im
itencv e.iil ail
VS4Pk ..t ...if.i.,,..- . fr-
' 7 . "f memory, :
ErforO Tlhl! mi' versa! I 'isstt ud" t ' i,,, , .
l'Hlnin tho back.1 ii'MlV
dimness of vision, premature old a'. and manv
o, her diseH-es that tend to nisaUtv, consumption
or a premature rrave.
f-r''Kull particulars in our pamphlet, which we
dcire to send free hv mail to everyone. rThe
specillc Mediclre Is sold by all drilcisisls a; jl p- r
m KUje, or si. puckers for J',, or will he mil Iree
l)V UidilOll receipt of the Plonev, bv Ritdre-Mlr.'.
TUB, UK AY M KI'H.'IN K t ".,
IllTPAIiC. N . .
On acceunt of counterfeits, we have adopted tin;
Yel ow Wrapper; the onlv genuine. Uuiiinntces
of cure issued
Sold In Cairo by P. i. Srt'!l.
Wholesale Agents, Morrison, Plumber ,t Co.,
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliance are sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"Y7"HO are suftVrini from NaHvncs Pkiiii.itv,
Lust Vitality, Lack or .Vikvk Foh.' k ani
VnioB. Wastixi Wp.ANKi.sr:s.nnil all those iIis-iim
of a I'ervinal Natck r-sulilntf from AHrp.a and
UTIIKa I ai'ses. H;wy relief nurt complete r, i,h
raiioncif Hkai.tiiA lonKHnd Manho, .uih-aHam kkti.
The r.nliet (li.-eover.v of the Nmet',nrh C'enfirv.
fcenil at oneB for UlustruUiU Pamphlet free. Ad.lre'tj
V01TAI0 BELT CO., MARSHAU. MIOH.
tteasons. Why they are Preferreil lo
Other Porous IMasters or External
BecAiisa tlioy poBsess all tho merit of tint
trmigthsnlni; porous piaster, aud contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
arUvevepetahle combination which acta with In
creased rubefacient, stimulating, aedutlve aud
counter irritant effects.
Because they area penulue pharmaceutical prep
aration, and so recognized by the profession.
IWnuse they are, the only plaatera that relievo
pain at once.
Because Ihoy will poslUvely cure diseases nhlcb
ether remedies will not even relieve.
Decauso over fOCOpbyalcians and drurrRlatsbavft
voluntarily testified Hint they are superior to till
other planters ol medicines for external use,
Bcrynsn tho manufacturers hava received the
only medals ever given for porous plaatera.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Miitiuf tcturiDu Chemists, New York.
'SsTifif REiiKDVATl'AT. piTe.i.ict
MEAD'S Medicated CORN Hid BUNION PLAS1 1 hV
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
I suvwiiv I wiiwno ' . T J i
liiooo, niul wiiieniiipiiiixircnanun " ' ''"' ."
Iirvsvsleinin three months. Any perwiiiwho will laUo
1 pill each nlitlitfrom 1 to t weeks msy be rjMlun'il
tosnunn neaitn, n snen s iiiiiik i,pii.,i,imip. mmu
erywhers, or sent by mall for St letter stamps, IS.
JoUNBON & Co., Boston, Maas., formerli llannor, At
INJECTION, Is apositlvs our fbr sill Dtsehnrires.
btinuliiK. Bmai'tlnv nnd Pnltil Heiiaiitiooa of tlis
SIDO Per bottls, For sals by all drug-
v v irlats. or sont by Kutitnt on ro-
cmutor lirlre, JUHN O. aa tin. l K(JN.
178 aud177 Byimor8 OINOINNATI
iillO. Pleaae muntluu tills paper. :
For Bale by BAKCI.AT BKO'8, Cairo, IUIloIs.
,m dr. g
Vature's Sparkllnii Specldc for inillffstlon and
Illlinusness, ihu water of iln famous Seltzer Spa,
I duplicated iu a mo neut with a apootifHl of Tar
rant's .SelUcr Aperient, which contains every val
iiiil.lu element or tho Herman Sprtntr. The irreat-e-t
physicians of Kurop : pronounce that iree gtt
(it Providunce the most potent of all mown alter
at ves, and Its fac simile, freehand foamlriK. 1" n"W
placed within tho reach of every invalid of tho
SOLD HY ALL Dttl'GGISrs.
LOOK! LOOK!! SKEW
AD.I I STA15LK innl PORTA HLE, lor stores and
l iii chiniia space between thu shelves In a mo
mi it No Double to put tip. None to take down.
Write for descriptive circulars, pric- lists, Ac.
Address: PATENT HIIKLV1NO CO.,
.".till W. Madison St. CIiI' iiko. III.
YOllYlJ MKV II you want to learn Telcitra
J"'1.a' 'l I"' phy In a lew mouths, and he
certain iif a situation, adilrers Valentino brothers,
.lnneivtle, . is.
lol for our select llstof local
Geo. P. Kowull & Co. Id Spruce St.
nn1'-, i.ifiT:, thu Hiri'M nMfitiHuf niakid nwilr mwlf
pr"iiiHfr.i'i iuvcsiin'MimdC flutof KK)()(irniirn(l(iit nv in
6R AIH. PRDVISCONS& STOCKS
I ! t h iii.'intHTCffn tlif iH-n-'Mt !' fiiialnruii np!Wit A th
( i- h. 10tu U0 iH-r (t'tii. (fnitli'ii.ln niul intiiilhly. 1J-
( '1 IH of I'lHTHlinlls '-nt O.'l-ll !!; tiliT HlirtM' tl'UIV'h,
( Iti-niili,-', iinjin- -ii' !. ti"' ft i '''If. A h'lml'lf '.'"
! I - n.I'Mit ntiHt in y town, pm-'ial ir.ilu' Miif-iitN.
) ti;ji.u V fin-nl-ir Nht fri. Al'"nHn Ir..KhMufaL
w Co., mi K9 Labile t-L.tlilOAliG, IlX.
1 ii ..-.j ...
H a l .DR, KLINE'S GREAT
Cfl H M rs Nerve Rertorer
Vifcr for till IIUAIH iNDNlllVS
II'.im. "Ml -v t nr. ei in: ron NrHvs Arrr.c
I.,,, i L...v im hi ml i:it.kn
:1 it din-.-t. 'I. A ..f1! ll .o'er firt iliiy'iu?. Trwatile k
J trial b'litl. fr ti Fit l ai'ii.tm'y payint expraiia
'M-'liara. on h..s,w livn ri'eeivwl. Kund nftuiL'fl.P.O.aiiil
fi upr.-K l.lilfe.Huf nhiict.! to Dk.KI.1NK.MI Arctt
4ol St-.l'bll'"!''" .f I'rutujitt hnrar or tyauiU.
OF EVIR7 KIND CHEAPER THAN EVES.
UltleH, Sliot C,u ns, Kevolvers, Ammunition,
l inlilnir Tackle, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Hiixors, Skates, Hiiinnioeks, etc.
Large lllustniteil Cntalogue Fit EE.
yVcl. I reaa si
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED ! Ladles and Oentlemen. toenww
ui'li us to sell t-evenil I'sefol Household
Art.icti'4, Profits litrKo La'.jor la light.
HxrliiMve territory Kivn. No competition.
Term" IiimthI. Circulnrs FRKE. Addn-sa
Hen ill Muniiriict'ir ( n., Bus 80S, Pit tsburuli, Fa.
Swedish Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
it viil tboronctily exterminate Roaches, Ants,
P.,',1 Puif, Fleas, Lice, Tobacco und C'ottnu Worms,
Moth, etc-. It is sufc, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
will not jioHnn auimuls or (owls. Sample pack-m-'i
bv mu il HO cents, post-paid. Stamps taken.
irroliirs fii'i-. Airnls Viiotfil. Ail'trcw,
J. IL JOHNSTON, Pitfabargh, Pa.
of all kinds for salo very cheap.
I a Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
'HULL 4 CO. Box 868. FltuburKh, Pa.
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t 5" v -i ' ! s
A New and Lompteta II del, f'ontlnij oa Lovue
Second and Kailroml Streets,
Tli PnsMitiiter Depot ot tho Chicago, St. I.oula
nil' .lew Drleans: Illinois Central! Wabash, Ht.
I.onis unit Pacltlc; lion Mountain and S'lUlicru;
Mohilo and Ohio; 1 air i and St. I.oma Kuiiways
are all Just acrocs tho street; while tho hleamboai
LaiiilliiU Is hut one square, dlslaut,
This Hotel la In at.nl hy steam, hm steam
l.iiinnlry, ll.vdrai.llo Kleator, Klei trie C'dl Hulls,,,
Atltoinatlr I'tru-Alurins. Uiilhs, ahsolulely pur air,
perluct sfu-iiratfu aud cumplulH apiioliitmuni.
Htipurh furiiishlugs; purfoct arvlcii; aud an un
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