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THE WEEKLY CAIRO BULLETIN, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
Two Thirds of a Bottle Cures.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear
Sir I have been taking your "Favorite
Prescription,' for "female weaksess." lie.
foro I had taken It two days I began to feel
stronger. I have taken but two-thirds of a
bottle and believe I am cured. Gratefully,
Mils. II. C. Lovett, Wateska, 111.
Indian , Blood Syrup.
Mixed In bulk ,
Whit In bulk.,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
8 can choice iu bulk on track .
1 car new
No, 3 Hud, pur bu
Ttrmi ot Subioriptlon.
No. 'i Mwllleraneau
mm np rorraui:
Dally one year bycarnor $13 Oo
W percent, dlncountll paid In advance.)
Dnllr, one year '7 mall 1" "0
Daily.oott month 1 "0
Weekly, one year
Weely.d mouth 1 wl
rTClul)iof Hveor more for Weekly bulletin ai
onetime, pur year, l Ml
INVAHIAHI.T IN ADVAKCI.
All Communication fhould In addri'Mud to
E. A. UKRNKTT,
Publisher and Fronrlotor.
Lines to a Guinea Hon.
I hear thy iiinwli nt nioniliiirllnip. wrwt bird;
When ncy-tiiilid c!ouU limit in lhHkii,
Jliidiivh dewy 1i-ritm--H lliv mhiii In heard
Almvo the n.liln'it lint., thy hihIh rins
.Sol low hii'I lmiliil; iin, hut KlH'l aid lriiii,
Kipiacks to the tlmida ttiy.li Hr,ixultutit wni,
I I'linuot CHlrh thy warbled uoti-. wwt tu-n:
Would thy aolt iiijiiiImtm mllit Inxpiro my
t imid I but make your cackle with my pen,
llnw down ili iiii(flii)f corridor i.f time
I'd M-iid thy vrp r hymn, dmr upei kle-bii( k
K'n ka. k'nkH, kn, ka, k u ka, kn, kwack!
Thy fr et ar owifier than the mind of lime:
When down Ihelniie I hear thy dNIant .iieHk
1 eo thee, UiroiiKlj the fence k'iI up Hlll cllml)
And cioh Hid inciidow, 0110 ijtilck, hk kled
f-wlft rn- the lilt to catch thee on the fly.
And out rlchcn, that hcc Mice, run, Knunine to die.
I eo thy papier tnache head, chy fiulnea ben.
Where Hume (he wurlit pnpph-H In the mm;
To reach thy 110-t, fur from ihe hiiuniKof men,
Atx.ut four ihoiinand mill thou baxt to run,
I)ecp In the Im iidinif (f ran, tlote by the old rail
You lay your lays in emr-iucy intense.
When evening full, and loud the cricket "Inn,
1 ee you duck N'liealh Ihe moreiie bar,
And In thi'im hard (Mourn, you bie-htiil Ihine,
Vou lay youi-Hclf to rixwt la-neato the Mara.
And "till with tlrelec rptack your violin keep
And drive to aiii? your uiihwiiiiik united to
I kIcbii the leMon of thy life no nwoct.
Tolmit my horn thouirb I uih.vih-11 noclnm:
To make no carol loud, my footti m lleet,
TIihI men tuny bear, but Hot come where I
And hide my treasures where no buiiinri arm,
Can take my unhung - 1 1 k " make an omelet.
Oo!p About th I"oritf of th Stag.
There arc very few ric h iloctor-t, says
a New York letter, urn! fewer rich ao
tors. Jolm Owens was rich. lie made
his money by ttivinj, itixl lost it in
speculation. Jcx; Jctfrrson mink' a for
tu n hy savin w. He rarely upends any
thing; vet more rarely pivw.i. Kdwin
Hootli h coining trionev. ll; had nuicli
at one time, sank it with nmre Lelonir
in to his frictiiU, went into hankrupt
cy, to thi rief of hU c ml id us, re-l-j;ati
to work and fine, and ii now hold
in:; on to eveiy dollar with the .'rip of
avarice, ('Iinrlo I!, 'l'horne, through
the death of Wis wife's father, will enjoy
the iiu'oine: of ahaudoiue i-i-taic, nlmiit
.fpifloiHi, I hear. Kobsnn, Ijaviiijr found
a .Mascotte in the person of William II.
Crane, has made and keot n small for
tune. MiKee Hankin and his wife have
a solid foundation. Maie Mitchell
and Lotta Crahtrco are well o.T. The
reports of Mary Anderson's money are
exaggerated. She will have a fortune
in time if she saves her cash, but she
hasn't it vet. Lester Wallaek would
not cut un very fat. Now, what others
are there with money? Vou can't tell
them. 1 certainly can not. The irn
pecuniosity of literary men is well
known, and an editor with a dozen new
shirts would be a treat for sore eyes.
Actors spend their money freely and ac
cept the steru behests of poverty cheer
fully. It is absurdly claimed that they
are "overpaid. That's nonsense. In the
first place actors don't average $.00 a
week, and in the next place they ct
that only in the season, which averages
thirty-eight weeks out of the fifty-two.
They really don't get more than $M.r) or
flu on an average tho best of 'em. I
think they are underpaid. Hut if they
are overpaid, how is it with the women?
They get less salary and have larger
outgoes. How so? Why, if an actor
has a dress-suit ami three or four ordi
nary costumes he's well equipped for a
season, but tho women have to dress
ftach new part. A dress-coat is a drcss
coat in one play as well as another, but
and actress can't wear a ball dress,
any other in fact, in two plays. Then,
too, men's attire costs less. Women
must dress a la mode, and, as a rule,
have a different costume in each act.
The average actor is a hog.
Tho average actress is a inulc.
The average nctor looks out for him
Bolf and cares for no one else.
Tho average actress supports from
one to tivo people.
Littlo as 1 know, I could tell you
stories of the rudeness, incivility, and
thoughtless seliishness of netors that
would mako you gapo with amazement,
and I could tell yon tales of tho heroic
dovotion of the women of tho stage that
would make you silent in sympathy and
uproarious in admiration. 1 chanced
to meet two well-known ladies of tho
stage last week. Ono has long been re
cognized as a bright and beautiful orna
ment of profession and has held a lend
ing position for at least eight or ten
years. Tho other is younger, but equal
ly well known, briglit, charming, and
full of chic! The latter I had heard wns
the sole support of quite an extensive
set, but the other I had thought perfect
ly independent and well off. C'hanco
directed tho conversation to Hooth's
success In London and the expression
of a wish on tho part of both ladies that
they had been able to spend tho sum
mer on tho other side, "Surely," said
1 to tho older, "thero is no reason why
you should not have gone. You had a
fine position and a big salary all last
season. If you had cared to save any
thing you could have done so." With
out answering mo directly she turned to
hor companion and simply said: "How
little ho knows tho truth." I subse
quently ascertained that for ten years
she had supported four adults, has
educated and clothed two growing girls,
and to-day hasn't a dollar beyond tho
necessities of her enforced Idlenoss until
the season opens,
' t m
The towns of Marcollus and Skan
eateles, N. Y., produce teasol to tho
mount o tm.m anoually.
Destruction of the Albemarle.
A report from the Sernilo Committee
on Pensions, in tho 'ease of Daniel (i.
(Joorge, contain an interesting tory of
the blowing up of the Kebel 'ram Albe
marle, told by one of the participants in
that remarkable exploit. It forms a
part of one of the affidavits in the case.
Rlr. (Jeorge, as coxswain of Lieut.
Walker's boat, heard dishing asking
Walker for volunteers for the blowing
up of tho ram Albemarle in I'ymoiith
Harbor, Pinilico Sound, and Mr. fJeorge
volunteered and was the first volunteer.
On the night of Oct. 21. MM. the ex
pedition went into Plymouth Harbor,
passed a hundred Rebel picket-boats
who were on the look-out, as thev had
been in on the night before; coufd not
find the ram in the darkness, and passed
down ami out the harbor, through tho
Rebel picket-boats, to the fleet, the He li
tis thinking the boat was one of their
own. They saw them go alongside a
Federal vessel, and so were on the look
out the next night. They put a battery
of artillery and a thousand men to de
fend the ram, and posted lookouts to
give the alarm should any boat cross a
belt of light on the water, made by tho
harbor-lights. As the volunteer party
crossed this belt they were hailed with
"Who goes there?" dishing answered,
"Yankee, d n you!" Then came a
shower of bullets, which riddled tho
gunwales of the steam launch. Tho
daring volunteers now discovered the
ram by tho flash of her big guns, and
made for her, passing around her twice
before they succeeded in jumping their
boat over the boom that urrounded
her. Mr. flenrgt and a chum named
Hadcn dropped the torpedo of lfctj
pounds down under the ram; dishing
gave the order to reverse steam and
back over the logs, which they were
unable to do. dishing finding they
' could not get out, gave the order: "Pull
her off, Dan; we'll all go to hell to
gether." "Dan" pulled the lanyard, and the
torpedo opened a seam twenty feet long
and an inch wide, and sunk the ram in
two hours. The attacking party were
blow n into the air, and all but dishing
and one other, Hadeu, were taken pris
oners. Mr. George and the crew were
surrounded by the infuriated HebeU.
who would have killed them on the spot
had it not been for the Captain of the
Albemarle, Cooke, who rushed to tho
spot, revolver in hand, and declared he
would shoot the first man who injured
the Yankees. Said he: "I have been
thirty-five years in the United States
navy, anil this is the bravest deed I
have ever known."
Mr. George, was sent to Salisbury
prison, was there eight or nine month's
till the War ceased, when he returned
to the Cbieopee, and w as discharged on
April 26, 18i)(, having served four years
six months and sixteen days, and hav
ing been engaged in twenty-one battles,
besides many skirmishes. Last fall Mr.
George was thrown from his team and
had his shoulder broken, which disabled
him from work all winter. He has a
wife and five small children dependent
on him for support. Mr. George would
probably never have applied for a pen
sion but for this accident.
A Tu' flection Blessing.
We found here ono lonely littlo moke
leaning upon his idle cart and drinking
in the scene of idle desolation. Stop
pine; up to him we inquired:
"Are you one of the strikers?"
"No, boss," be replied; "but you see
I drives de cart, and when dey quit
work then! w as uo dirt to haul, so I had
to quit, too."
"Are you in favor of the strike?"
"I don't keer. If dey want to stop I
is willing to take a rest." Athens ( O'a.)
TllL'KSDAY EVEXINO AW. 31 1882.
The weather coutiuues showery and
warm, the rivers continues to decline and
the general market continuo dull and un
changed. We note very littlo variation in
prices on leading articles, but the move
ment as a general thing is light.
FLOUK Wo note an increase 1 call for
tho better grades and liberal transactions,
with receipts Inadequate to supply the de
mand. HAY Thero is no demand to speak of.
Receipts are liberally, but the bulk is in a
heated condition which tends to retard
sales of that which is good.
COHN No demand at all. Rucuipts
are liberal and prices nominal.
OATS -Holders aro asking 0!:ts. but
theru is verv littlo movement. Stocks are
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN Steady at quotations.
HUTTER-Steady at quotations. Ouly
choice is wanted.
FUGS More plenty, but steady at 15
CHICKENS Old aro weaker, young
aro scarce and in good demand.
Halort ami (tiuotation.
NOTK.-Tliu price horo jivun aro fur talus trum
Brut hand In round luta. An mlvnnco in
chanted for lirokuu lotsiu milim oritur.
4'Ht VnrloiiM Rritdtm, &!tA
!ifl hlilti choke m 4 B.KI Ml
MNlbbln choice 4 85
aoo hbii fsncy 5 KVtfcri in
liMi bblfl tmttmt 8
10J Mill XXX ,. ft
9 ctrrhotrt new
3 cart etaole.
M K A Jit
300 bbliClty in Iota 8 tNll 00
3W pound atrlr.tly cholei Northern '
in pound cholco northiirn tsfr'iO
y) pou nil 11 cholco nortlivrn packud J)
live cbokfl g ootfill 00
2 coop mliod
5 coop choice ben ,
I 50&3 75
4 coop choice young
!' ar.h . . ..
.1 7K?.'J 00
New potatoe per bbl. ...
,s was is
" buh ,
.1 J 1 its hi
H. C. II nun.
( leitr allien. .
."4 bnliel bnrlat-
5 bmhel "
TROPICA L FUCIT.
Oranges, choice p r bor
Lemon choice per box
.6 ru39 5"
Peacht. halve am! uuarter
Apple, bright -
('renin , ....
Drv Kllnt cholco.
Sheep l'elu.dry ....
Shot'p Pi-ll, fgrven...
. a ?vit j no
, 3 Soft 4 W
.4 7;t Mm
5 l fO
d 5l 6 1
unco 1 UK
(lor 4 Leaf
RAT US OK FKEIUHT.
Sick and billious headache, and all de
rangements of stomach and bowels, cured
bv Dr. Picrrfl'a "Pellets." or anti-biliious
granules, 25 cents a vial. No cheap boxes
to allow waste of virtues. By druggists.
Those who prepare Hops and Malt Bit
ters, make no secrets of its ingredients,
but publish them on every buttle. Medi
cal authorities sav that these remedies aro
all that are claimed tor them for the cure
of Dyspepsia, Debility, indigestion, Con
A Coturli. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. iVejrlect frequentl re
sults 111 an Incurable Lunjj disease or on
sumption. Browu's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach liko couh syrjp3
and balsams, but act directly on tho liillam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coutrhs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Sincers and
Public Speakers arc subject to. For thirty
years Browu's Bronchial' Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having boon
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
Tim ilenlrlnu to nmko money
(III M'llllll IUl'1 1 1 II Hit II 1 1 1 IDVI'BtllllllltH
III liniiii. priiviHiuiiN iinil atock
Niii'f'iiliillo'iN, rilll tin ho liy oper
hIIiih mi tiur I it 11 . Krom May lat,
lSt I, tO til" IHKKKtlt lllltll, 00 III-
Vi'HtllHMlt'l of ie oil tof 1 ,IMHI,call
iirollu I in vo liiieii roiillzoil nml
piiM to liivi'htii nmoiititliia to
HKVKi'til tiiiio I'm nriHliml invnat-nil-lit,
htill li'iivhm tluMinpliml In
vrHtnu'iit iimliini! iniuiey or pay
lilileon 1I1M1111111I. KMilniintoryrlr
0 11 In 1 h ami Htiiti'inioita f fiinil W
RIMlt fl'l'll, V WIlllC l'bh)IlNilll
nKi'iitu, who will nKirt on crop
ami liitroilmin the pliui. Llburul
orminilM ona 1111I1I. Adilrea,
t'l.KMMIMt A MEHK1AM. Com.
nilmlun Mi'ivhanl, lliUar BlMk,
5 ku .,'T m
I)vspiii'la, Liver Din
t PHHf. Fever ami AKiie
ili-art biK Hxe, HiIioiih
iifMH. NVrvoiiu 1 1 ill iiv
THE HF.NT REMEUY KNOWN TO MAN!
welve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since m
n niUJiiait unnuirl r. r. i....ti. . fa - . '
iiiv iiijauugm mo fttiiva, wnicn conviiri
lli larcb and nt'Hr of Hie food Into ulncie. A
rlenrlifiii'v in iiii'uh,.. ...i.i i . .
, ",v '"l-'J"'"" ..nitrrn inu mill foiiruii; 01
he fooil In the utoninr.b. If the ni.-dlcl .1 .j tt,.n
iuiniuiiueiyaru:r!t!iib', the fcrmeutaiion ol Im d
It act upon the Liver..
It af U ujMin the Kiilni'jB,
It Herniate the HovvoIh,
It Purities the Wood.
It QiiielH the Nervous System.
It l'romotes Pii;etlon,
It Nouri.-hen, Strengthens arid InviKorate,
It Carries oil' the Old Hum! and makes New,
It iieiiH the Pores oi the Skin and Induces
It neutralise the hereilitarv taml. nr nfilnn in
tbe blood, whl' h t'l.Tieraten Scrofula, ErvH'iifUn,
and all uianm-r of fiklu Dleearva and tniernal hu
mor. There are no miirilH enioloivd in it luHnurnrtur,.
and it tan 1m taken by tliemuet dolicalu babe, or by
11. c kcu uun rei oie, care oiiiy oelli reijiilreu lu at
leuli 11 to direct on.
fialva, feiiry County. Ilia.
I wacnunvr'.ni; fmm Si.:k Headiiehe and
reim olhiit I could not Htlend 10 111 y household Un
tie, and a ehort trial of Dr. Clark Jobnton' Indi
au JJlood Syrup efli.ciua.lv cured me.
At Ks IIKLKN ELKINS.
Waterniau Station, lleKal'o Co., Ilia.
Thin i to certify that Dr Clark Jnhnon Iudian
lilood Svrup huii cured me of I'ulu in Ihe It.u k. It
t a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thin l to certify that T waa afflicted with 1'nipi
tatlon of tho Heart for many year I tried diller
ent doctor, whoe prccrlp"tionii tended more to
weaken me than they did to fireoiithen. I Bi I11M
re lved to try Dr. Clark Johnaon' Indian Blood
Syiup. which proved to be a pol;iv cure not on
ly curing the Heart Dltieane, but aieo a Sick Head
ach which had beeu tronbllni; me.
I wa afflicted with Ller Complaint and Dypep
la and failed to gut relief, all honj;h uini; uiudl
clue from our het doctor 1 commeud uinir
Dr. Jobuou Iudian lilood Svrup, andahort trial
cured me. T. V. UiSlNG. Moline, 111.
Thi rertifle that Dr. Clark .lobnfon' Indian
Wood Syrup ha etl'eptiiaHy cured rut of Dypepln.
Too much cannot lie aid In praie o' it.
V. K. W1M.MKK, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for the ale of the Indian lilood
Syrup in every town or village, iu which I have no
aeul. l'artlcuiai'B jftvcu uu application
DKl'GGI.S TS SELL IT.
Lahralorv T. V'ut Sd !. N.Y City.
PENNSYLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
pHEoTER. 'Jlft yuir open September U'h.
"New Itulldiug. Superior ai-.roniuiodatioiiH.
Appointment cnnpli-iu. FukMhIi, UolliRiatv,
Chemical, Civil Knuine.-rip;; co irfe. Deirreet
Conierrnd. API'lv to W P. Il'illidav. K(., putrou
Cairo, 111 , or lo COL. TUKO. UVATf, i'rexl.
THE II AI.LIDA Y.
A New and complete U itel, frontlni: ou t.eve
Seioud aud Kuilroad Street,
Tb I'lKoencer lli pot ol the Ch (hl'o, vt. l.onU
an' ,iuw tirleana: Illluolx Central; Vaiiau, si.
I.oul and raclllc; lion Mounluiu and Soulliem,
Mobile and Ohio; (. air and St. Loin Hsi!,va.s
are all Juki acroc tho street ; while the Sleiiintioiii
Luudiim i liut one miuare dittant.
Till Hotel 1 lieilted by Hteuai, ha leain
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric dll llelie
Aiitoiuatir Flru- Alarm. Iliuh, nbolutidy pure uir
trteel Hewnrau'e ami complete appointment.
.Superb furiioihlnt;; perfect service; and an uu
It. 1'. PAJIKK.U .V )..I.oih-b
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are tent on 3 (J Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
W1IH ar miiriTlnit from Nimvfltm Dicnii.iTV,
lnT Vitality, I.ra of Nkiiv Four tun
Vmoa, Wahtinu W raks kkmph, nml nil tliime iIIkimim.
of I'kkhonai, Mathiik reiiltiUK froin Ami ik and
OTIIK Cai'hk. Hpi i dy i'1'lii'f mid enmpk lu renin,
riillnnof H ka ITU , IHIIKnilll MAviiounili'AiuNTKm.
The irranilent duenvrry or Hie Ninrieeniti Oetilury.
Hendatonee for IIIukU'uUhI I'miuililet fee. AililruM
V0LTAIO HIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
Tiff irl.TNV.in RRF1T
I Nerve RESTORER
1mm mm .v uu iihaib .nun."."
nmaiftiM. ONi.VHiiMtTKroa NviArrao
ruiHM I'm fe'ptt.i.i.v ... IVITAl.l.llll.KilUlliia
Im (HroM. A-vtoitullvr rlriv'f w. Ttl
13 trial txittt fr. lo Vlt C.,thy yln 'PJ
oharfii on tu,whan rolTl, Hand nnm.r.O.na
I .i.i ' . tft ivi (I'll l,.h
9 six IK AJ"
L f DR. f ffi
(BEFORE AND AFTEFU
B rst -I
R0O7&S0r43 MUSIC CO'S
NEW 90-p. HAND CATAL0QUB FOR
1882 BENT FKEE to any a.Mr. M. 1B0 illua-
eT'in ".lUIiS.f BBA88. GERMAN
SILVER and REED iuiruuirui, toitetber
With full instnil'tllinA tr.r forming H.1,,1.
viiMn end claxninVution. of iintrumcut
"Hi ana nvw to piirchM; term for
rolil or silver iilHtinir. rptiNtrinf U'itiui.
''""'f'1- 01" Vnl and Orchrttru
L P"t'Wlar Uiiuiir. Addreat
THE H00I ft SONS MUSIC C0.,CHICftG0.IU
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. The
Public are cautioned against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing names. Seo that tho word
C-A-P-C I N-E is corroctly spoiled,
Aro tho only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
Ono is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whore othor
remedies v-;1t not even reliovo.
Tnco 25 cents.
Eeware of cheap Plasters mada
with lead poisons.
SEAEU3Y &. JOHNSON,
Matmfncturine Clieinlat. New Vorlt,
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS IZLZ
V-Unui, And uillmmplutolr clinnjrf thn Mood in tho on
tiroHVHtMrn in threw month. Any pnon who will tak
1 pillHAr-h niphtfmm 1 to life wreltsnmy be rnnton'i
toNtiind health, if Hiu h a thinir be mill. Mold e?
erywh're, orw-nt by mail for H letter Mnmjm. 1. N.
JounmuN d Co., Boat on, Mii., furiumty liitugor, Mt
617 St. Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A I'vp-ulnr f JiniluntM of twn ini'illrnl
rilii-K..s Iiuh hi'i'ii Imiti r rnuiiKril In t lif Ir.-iil-ini'iit
nf ( 'lironii', N.-i-vcuii., rUni iiuit
ltlooil JlWini'S lliitii liny ullii ri'liyiliian In
Hi. 1. null, a cltv I HI'.'l'H bliow mill all niil ri'Hl.
(Inns Know. ( uiioiilluiliiii nt nllirr or Ii)' mull,
Hit iiihI Invited. A I'l'lciiillv talk or lit opliili.u
costs iiiiIIi I it K. Inn It l 1 iwii v-ti t.-n I to visit
I lie city fur tri'iitiiif'iit, luidli'llic. call In' scut
liv ii i ik 1 1 or cxpr'n ivrrvw lu'if. Ciiriibli. t nr
uiniiiiiiti'i'il ! wlu-ri' cloiilit exists It lafraukly
btutt-it. Cull or Wrllf.
Nirvous Prostration, Diibility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and otliur
a!Toction!iofThroat,Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTec-
tions, Old Sores and Uloers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, . Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures, '
It ii wlf-i'vlilrnt Unit n i.hyMi'lim naylnir
particular allinllnn to aclns olcaM' allalna
liri-nt k)ll. ami iihvulcliuis In rcitiiliir pracllcn
nil over (lie country kimwIiiK till. Irciiui'iilly
rcroiimii'inl i iiu hM the iiMckI olllcc In Aui"rlcii,
whi le everv known ii.iIIiiiici. I rcnorliil lo.
ami the iirnvml itnoil rfiiiicll' of all
Hues nml count l ie iii e usi il. A w hole limine Is
iini'il I'nroillij. purtioeB, ami all are trmtril w ith
skill In a respecUul manlier; ami, kuowluK
what o ilii. noeperllneiiN lire nimle. On ac.
count of llui ureal uutiilier mly liiic-
charKca an; kept low, ollen lower lliuii I
ilcniiimlcil hy other If ynu ei ure the Mkl'l
ami itet a upccily ami iei l'ci l lilw curi'. Hint l
III Important matter. I'niiiplilcl, a piiKea,
tent lu any aiMrvt I'ri'i".
puus. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
KlBtfnnt cloth ami Kilt MmlliiK, Healed for W
cent In pontage or currency. Over lllly won
iiccful pen iilclurH, Inieto llfr , rtlcleon til
followliiK uliccl. Whomuy imirry, wlmnot;
hvV lrroperire tniunrrv. Who marry llrU
Jliinhonil. Voiiiantioo.l, l'liyilcal decay. Who
ylion hi marry. Mow lltf ami linpilma may Im
iiicream'il. Thoe niarrlej or cotitcuiplatliiij
murtyliiK hoiihl rem I It. It ntitilit to he r-4
hy all TuH icrin, then kept under lock ami
key. i'opular eilitlon, mine a almyc, hut pnr
cover and 200 page. M cent liy mall, lu uionaV
The iKonip of nillott Colic, tho lnillrrlhabfa
paiiif of Chronic Inrtlirenlon, tlm dehllity and
inciitul atupor tennltliiK f inu a conlli o liahit, may
ho certainly avoided by regulstluu the vtem with
that aunteahle unil mrreahlnir ntatidnni Prupara
tiou, Tarranl' fti liner Apcrti ul.
l'roriirahlo at all JirHiwisU-
10 to 20,000
In lejilllinle Jnlli Ion epeiil'utloll In I .ruin, I'ro
vIhIuii. and btnek. ou our (ii ln cteil pliui, yield
urr inonthly pr .llin in luur und mnull Inveetors.
Aililrv fir full parttciiliire. ( K Kendall Co,
Com'ii Meri'liniil-i, li', a llli I, a Sulle jt, Chicago 111
wllilnir to Inrni nn ai fpialuMm-e with a view to
mai ria'M, ecud q rei.l muiiiii lor muled Utter, with
full purtKU'arH, to I'lpi r.V llrlchmn, ttn-ton Mam.
BOARDIMJ it DAV SCHOOL
fifth vear heijlua Heptnniber 4. 1VH!. A flmt
clan hli;li achooi; uumsi;Uriiiii; alriot iliclpllno;
thorough Inetrui lii. n ; frrailuate elnd' tit iu tho
clafflcal ami romiuorciHi vourac. Number of
hoarder llniiiiul, r'.ir ct .loeu.. ndi'r.
UKN. li. KOHTKIt, A. M.rrlnclpal,
lii A' I'llliliu streulti, M . Loul.
VClFNY) V VX " v0" Wl"' '"learn TclcKra.
JlUilH SIIjiI nhv ln lew lllnl'lhil. and hA
certain of a altiiatlou, inldri- Valcutiuo liroihcrs,
Janexvlile, u if.
QPIMNtiFIELn (ri.l.) lU'SINK.SS COM, EC, B
Cniiiplcie actual l)iiiiiiirt irai:iku,Mumi Lr Jour
ConlalnltiL' hull) veralnn of tlm ;v KV TESTA
vl KM'. We nifk- tin cxtni clrire fr ibu addi
tion. Other im li l': iiliiitoiTiinli I 11
llHherachaue t 1 llll" ' A1UU111S
KLKtiAX I' UKSKISS mmlsumclylJ mil
OUT tiihltth I'.Hilain '.' t nnvvu 'Oft Ilinulr.
tions liXirft iminrfihi-iitu oiVtihI to Kncrirotic
A'tiln. MiiHrrattfil a.rtitiytu! wni on appllrai ion,
A.J. iiohnuuiCu., ixi htM i'lUh.dflphU.
A pi in e, t-nml" i oiiiikinft, kti't tin riliMrd
tin itst'l. U nn nr (ititl. Ail '(:!. i-'. iful
CHiir.trt t r k-'r-iM rn w It R, I-. Hpllrr
A (ft.. IVtin', PMUhitrrh, on vtTV twitile.
i 'mi i.i ,,r
i ., MmimiiI H K ai tu
liivi'-linenl II 4jli
t lull-. ' ilemll,.. mil -l ni:-nimi,f niakivtf nvulur monthly
luirU UlI'mlKTL'CU tllll lh.-li. ill i if onllllillll'll Cllllitlll III tll
t'lnb. 10 to liKlpor ivni. in-iienl p,. nionthlv. Cc
Mirtof oieruli.itieet eie li nuriNT. Hh 'lleftch,
ninm ilile, nenn--Hf lile. tnttiHicrniilf.. A ii-linlile ir-n-Kijoiulent
wanted in every Uivvn. Bi liil indui eini'iiui.
Ep!anatiirv!ireiilarH.it trw, Aildnt II K.KlUUiAUi
ilCu,, 177 ii It!) IaSniIiu bu.cl
INJECTION. 1 VMBltiv tnira t,, rail ll.a.-k.no.
atiniinif. Smarting and Painful 8cuation of tha
SI OflPWlmKle, Foraiilehy all druir-
ir'Ot". nr 'nt by K j'reu on ro-
ceii.tol' i;rice. JOUH D. PA UK 6c BOND
17ft and 177 Sycamore tft. OINCINNAl't'
OHIO. Pleiuo mouuou tin iMper.
Korsnlohy BAltCLAY UltOi, Cairo, III.
Or IVEET KIND CBEAPES THAN EVES.
Illfle,Rliot Oiina, Revolvi-rn, Ininiunltlon,
FlxhliiK Tueldo, SeliM-x, Net, Knives,
Kiizora, skntea. Hammock, etc.
Lare lllutrntl C'lituloguo FKEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
FIT TS U V It 0 11, PA.
WANTED ! l-uilii'i and Oentlenien, toenirairft
Willi ua to noil fceveral Vetnl Houaeholil
Article. I'l'iiflta liiruo Lnlior l IlKht.
KicliiHve territory flven. No mm petition.
Terms liberal. Circulars FllKR. Address
lletvltt Maiiufiict'K Co., Hux htls, ritUhurirh, r.
Svrediah Inaoot Powder Kills
AND ALL 1 ROUSLESOME VERMIN.
It will tlinrnuKlily t xli'iiiiinato Uoache, Ant.n,
Bed rluir, Flens, Lice.Toliacc o and Cotton Worm,
Moth, vie. It is Riifu, sure, cleiinly mid cheap. It
will not poison huIiuiiIk or fowl. Kamide pack
bu" hy tnnil ; coat., post-paid. Stamp taken.
Circular" free.. Ai-enl Wiinted. Addn'a,
J.H.JOHNSTON. Plttaburgh. Pa.
I of nil kinds forsalo very cheap.
ICatalocrues froo. Adiirc, RICHARD
i HULL Ca Box 808. rituhurKh, in.
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