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PURE CREAM TARTAR
StOOO. Given, A
If alum oruny Injurious sunsijitiros cnii be found
In Andrews' I'carl Baking Powder. Ii
Uvcly PUKE li.-i:iB".'inlurod, and teatlmonlali
received horn such chemists hk S. Dann Hays, Bos
ton; M. lielnlbnluliio, of Chimin; and Gustavua
Bode, Milwuulae. Never r.-M in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
15 ilii Ujuu A v. 2?7. toa Wi E. attr
r.vt'ry Ci'irn.'t is wnrmt.t.-ii bnlm
Ihct'Tj tott wnnror in ever v v. v.',
or tha nmn"y will ho refunded I y
t!ic person from vruoia it c bought.
The "nlv Pur ft p'unon-.ceil hr crtr I'r-'tn? liyMani
not Injurious to the wearer. nn.li in'' rail by Indira
the ' mut luiufurtatilu and prrni U'.tii R Cvrrul uor
I IMfF,ky Mali. Pe(nsr TuIJi
nllk Prwrvlni. M.50. tV-lf. Ail'u-ltns. H
Abdominal (extra beery) .). Sursln j. l.f.O
Dcltb Prwrste- (fin- cotitlli ? 1. Titriicon
(lilrt-Hupportln, CI :..
Ferule by lraln.a; ltemil l"nVr rrerywaeF.
CHIt VdO COl.sLT .. lilcuKO, III.
(s a preparation of Protoxide or Iron, Peruvian
lark and llio I'hoaphati i. aFaoelatrd lth l!ia
eyelahle rninnllis. Emlnrs.'d liy ttie Mi'dlcal
Prufculun, and rconmmrn'lt d by lin ni for 1t
Pf pais, (irnrrnl nrblllty. t'rinnle Ila
nifi, Uanl of VIIaIMt, rrvoui fro
trnlion, (nntnlNrrnrr from tvrr
atnl t'hronlc ( lilll and l nr, ltacrvet
tvry purjiose wbvre a Tonic lu hv.tsmrj.
EuiTutarei by Ike Dr. Darter Medicine Co, Si Louis.
The followlnp It one of t lie very m&S7 tCltllOO
tUais we are rcccivUiK dally i
Cffini:-SomPtliiTe mnnllu Ijro I bfran tha
ote of Un. Huunt'H Ihon Tonic, upon the ad.
Ire of nmny frtenda who knew lu vlrlupa, wal
uffcTlna- Irom fpnerul ricblhiy in fn h an exlpnl
thai my lktoraec'(Mlliif'lv lnirdiitoiut lottie.
A acallon of a month did not v mo much ro.
lief, hut on the contrary, at followed liy In.
creawd prostration and (Inltin rlillla. At tills
time I Ik? an the use of yoni Jitox TlNtc, from
which! rralizud olmoat lumivdluic end wouderlul
raulti. Tlieoldcni-ryy ri luriird and I found that
niy natural force wai not pcnnani'iiHy abated. J
bare used three bottles of the Tusk;, Klnce ualng
It 1 uto done twice ihc labor that 1 ever did tn Ui
aanie time dum.j my lllncn, and with double tha
yaae. with tiiu tranquil nrn e and vlrorof body,
baa come aUo u rlcannna of thought never before
enjoyed. II MieToNiohoa not rlong Ihu woit,I
uuw luA wbat. 1 (five Ii the credit.
. i. P. WA'ImoV,
Troy, 0., Jan. J, 1B78. faator Cbf-atlan Chttrdj.
TSiloby Orugglttt and General Dultrs Evsrywtier
A rmry w'tli such a repnlafon an HostMtrr'e
Bt mach Kill. r i)c -rvHs a rartrUl lfymnru
demilune, tour maud v. ill i vi tuniU vliMd Inn;
" Xuu r' I" It'", lurk fi -li 'id led di'sp iidctil. II
will Im h ImlH ,,,,,) ciicf v .,. f 11
rnti-tltnti; ', it will r! cvo. and If billon, health
fdllV all U to voiir iner. oU"t llu-poilll. hut
make lii seir ir' li thn MeSt illriTlloi.
For fa! by ail l):uvUt and ), a'cr snncMHy.
II'' "l''enr aiwaaoii Ibe look.
H'' "t for i ha i m io tin reau
their e i,lo(.., ihmI In tiniH
k j ! nie i mi ; l.,e wno
un ti d .mir.,v, ih r npp r.
sir. r.. . . , I'lhll'i'" r muni lu poverty,
W oner atrreat rhaore to to i'.,e iii-iuet, ttg wait
mam men. m,.., bov. ,r) L.,ri, ,., rk ,
rlKhtln helr.iwn lo-sih e. ,u on--an ilu the
Wiirk pfoperlv If tti Un Hi.! , ,, i, ,u, ..M
will pay m-re in ti ten fiurs ordienrv wni'ea
peneiveotrO' furul.h.-.! fr..u n,,, ,,,;,,.
lal V mKi) lUoon .rapdlv, Von ,,.v
yoarWhfileliin li hn w i k, vt o ,y y,,UP ,., ,
moiin bi tu 1 1 , furni it ion tod all ni ia . .,,
onifree. Au Iresa S TIN HON CO I'oriland Mo
Alt ! iut frrrm iu i )?' Inn, ar v'hrr trt
uit.tr r,. r a,,,,n,.i, ..i,v,t ilnslii-) i"1 iil.ibtf W
rtrlfiti lir'i riMlle rrHriv, Chit Iw (Hruiiilt im. iratv
fctm'r Otlful, ll l.intf h Nolflnt'i i.qVla1 htrfUKl,
MklOKfr. kh'l tiP fir. TV fr.ifi' tt ! ' ''f
t.r(r-i(ii NcfVAfft hfWlltr tilinl lrrav, A,,
whnr Mi,TM.n im I iik M ( It Ton noi j m. Kr
absVUsM MMir1 llf frilh ril' tKi.Hi (it full fill Ma,
iWt WHHllMrf. N"'t'l' "ll"" CM-tf, .I(M.B(, (,)
sW irrf) riniMi.ii wi pdftiHtin fTff
MAJUTOX UKVMIV O.. lit r.lU LUrwi, Rr rk
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Mondat Evkmiso, Feb. 0, 1883.
The weather is as col) u Greenland ind
everything is frozen up solid, except the
river which is still open to all points below
but closed to St. Louis. The last change
was sudden and severe, the mercury going
down on Saturday thirty degrees in a
couple of hours. The effect or the cold on
the market in shown in diminished receipts
of apples and potatoes and small sales, it
being almost impossible to move heavy or
FLOUR The market is strong and ac
tive with prices tending higher. Stocks of
all trades are very light.
I1A.Y The msrkct is overstocked in all
grades. Receipts have been large and
tales slow. Prices are weak and lower.
CORN' Scare and in fair demand for
milling and the order trade.
OATS The supply is moderate and
MEAL Steady and firm at last weeks
BRAN Prices are quoted same as last
report with 6tocka mostly held in the
BUTTER Coice is scarce and in good
demand at higher prices.
EGGS Receipts to-day sold readily at
20c. Stocks are fmall.
POULTRY All kiods continue sesree
and in active request. The m irket is en
APPLES Steady and unchanged with
light st tckf. Tho weather i too cold to
handle fruit or potatoes.
Sales and Huotationn.
NOTE. The price Here po are for tal from
drat handf lu round lote. An advance It'
charred for broken lotiin flilltitrorflart.
SMIvarlona itradea 8 softs M)
no hhi vprloua grades 3 tn&S M
1U1 hbl family 4
vn.hhia fancy 5 8
1)0 bbla ctolce sou
8 car choice.... v . 12 00
t carasoni mixed 9 fO
6 can prime 10 00
lcarmitedln bulk 48
Scan wlilie in bulk iv
5 cars cho'cu In bulk ... ......
4 cars In bmlc
5 can la bulk
No. 8 It'll, per hn ...
No. U MtfilileraiMau.
MS A I..
son hhucitv in lot
500 bbl City
900 nieki ...
ponti'l 8nnthr-n Mtool roll.
S "1 pimnls s'orthorn roll
50 ponodi Northern Dairy
4'fl dotan , 1220
MOdoieti . mm,, o
1 coop argc choice is no
I coop 13 oo
4 coop mixed 8 no
aeonpa i jos on
5 conpa bent. 8 75
SOhh'a fBucy ninDavla , ' jj
4 bhlarhnlreWlnaspa j ,5
TOhhla fancy Home Beauty 4 55
RObhl common , S VflS fO
81a. k packed fruit 50c to l 00 Iras
Northern Pearh Blow par hnah M.
Houthon III. Peach Hlowi per bucb T Si
Northorn P II. per hbl , 411
S-ntnirn Ilia, per hhl M ,", 3 -jf,
Karly Itoa sued p.ir buibel 1435
odo wild ii'o-k .i 2-l m
Per bbl... .
I 0 (&H Of
.1 SO J.I Of
Vltireer , s,t
nifiK !?!........; 19
H'lckct '...'. i
Plain ham ,,,
C. limn 15
I. leaf aides , .....18
Hide ', I!......!!!!!! IS
b h 0 11 1 d ij r ,',"" t
bl. itobiis.,,,1 . rr,
olio Hivr.... ...,.!!!!!!!'.!;;!.';; t o
bualiol burlap a
J busliul ((
P"arh haitnaand udartera ir
Cbn'r motiliiDi ...'.!...
' ... i... ..,...
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CATUO rtrjLLETtN: TUESDAY MOTCVTNli, FEBRUARY 6, I I'D.
Dry Kllnt choice,..
Hhcep I'hIib, dry ..
Uk..... D.li. .......
4 fiisa 0 ia
4 n ia
t 7 .'I
7 Mrs 0'
KATIES OF FHL'IOMT.
Hay Flour fotV
Vcwt, W bbl. b
V! 4 '
7!aJ 4" H)t
HU (i 4-
i v Or'ean 1T
rieiena, Ark Sl
Waf 2 .
The Npgro and tha Mule.
Just across the branch lives un old
nogro, bent with ago, yet still able to
work his small place. How old tho
mule is I do not know. I hnd frequently
noticed them on tho hillside in the spring.
But now, 'runniiig-iirouud cotton-tim'
something impelled me to wtch them
more closely. For three hours, every
time I looked, tho mule, the plow and
negro were in the stinie place. I began
to get interested, sent for my operngfass
the tableau was set! The p'low"was
as still as the mule and the negro seem
ingly as immovable as either. Tlio
negro's attitude had an air of 'I can
st and-it-if-you can," about it, still there
was a something which made rno feel
that be might be thinking. Altogether,
the picture was one of stubborn serenity.
They were standing about a quarter
way across tho tield in the row. I de
termined now to see tho end of the play
if it took all day. It may have been
half an hour, perhaps less, when the
negro moved. First, he straightened
the lines back and laid them in the row.
(I wish I could convey an idea of the
solemnity of his movements.) He never
uttered a word or noise of any kind, that
was apparent. Slowly he walked to the
head of the mule, and slowly turning
walked back again close by his side;
then, with greater solemnity, "if possible,
he took the bush of the mule's tail in
one hand, and gripping the tail higher
up with the other, commenced a slow
motion of grinding, much like an organ
grinder twists out bis music. The nude,
however, was as undisturbed by the per
formance as he would have been bad
that revolving tail been any other
mule's tail. If there was anything at
all noticeable, it might have ben an
atmosphere of satisfaction about tho
mule, implying that something else had
stirred first. But the old negro had got
an idea and he intended to work it out.
So, steadily and slowly that tnil went
round and round, with the precision and
regularitv of a machine. For twentv
minutes this monotonous trrindinEr went
on, and I was tiring of my watch, when
I thought I saw, or felt, "a movement.
somewliere about the mule's head, but
it was onlv his left. ear. which hn lniH
back, and in about live minutes the
other came over, very slowly both re
mained pointed at tho curious proceed
ings going on aiine rear lor ten minutes
or more, when the head began to come
around, and when it erot into nosition to
take in the situation, there came a mys
terious sound "What in tho d 1 are
ve doin' thar! I done want eny mo'."
1 was not near enough to hear distinct
ly, but I am quite sure that was what the
mule said, and then he started down the
aow, and didn't offer to come to a halt
Will stand and fctand and stand
TbliiklrtK'. the whole dny long,
Cut wiiut ubont? No fellow'a found out;
Unless 'tis tbat old colored baud.
Th klek hM been nn(r, and pirans rung.
On bis nmlcsbip a way, in that linos
But that old tnmi's wl without a lick,
"Fills tbe bill," for the coining spring time.
Make a crunk of hia tall,
Turn It round and around
He may tblnk It's nn organ,
ah unpino or mill
Just be careful Judicious
And make him aUFplcl'ms,
He'U soon quIb-'-atunding- still."
Mnrifctta iGa.) Journal.
Eis Son Tom.
Colonel Bill MeCracken enjoys the
reputation of pouring out more whisky
for one drink than any other man in
Austin, newly elected members of the
legislature excepted. The colonel was
taking a drink at the Gently Dreaming
saloon, when the bar-keeper remarked;
"I say, colonel, I waited on a man a
while ago who pours out a bigger drink
of whisky than you do."
"He was probably a member of tho
legislature. He don't count. I can't
compete with old professionals."
"No. he isn't a member of tbelegMa
tun;. He is a very intelligent-looking
young man. a stranger to me. Hn is in
the other room plivving billiards."
Colonel MeCracKen looked into tho
billiard siiloon, and remarked:
"Why, that's iuv son, Tom. He has
u.t cemr; homo from a military school
n Kentucky." Tcxa Sifiinjs.
Frank Frayne h:i given up stage fire
shooting, but in onb-r to gratify the de
mand lor the sensational now appears
11s "Mardo, the Hunter," in a plav of
that name, in which a couple of lions
play prominent pai ls. The other even
ing one of the lion;,, tired of being hunt
ed, changed the bill by doing a liHlo
hunting on his own iicvoutit, the result
being that "Mardo" had a coat and a
useful portion of his pantaloons torn
away by thc-vieious animal. It is to bo
regretted that the lion lost an opportun
ity to make a great hit by swallowing
"Mardo," bones and oil. "
The pwitulli! now being worked upon
the honest grangers is as follows: An
agent will visit a house and exhibit a
wonderful powder, a.-k fur a loan of a
lamp, 11 ml placing jint h of the stuff
in the oil. lie will dip a lighted match
into tbe fluid. The mutch, will be ex
tinguished as if diiiped into water.
This wonderful stulV Is nothing but
common salt, colored blue with ultra
marine, and is, of course, niterly worth
less in preventing lump explosions or
insuring against the breaking of chim
ney h, As ihc vapor of ( t.n oil. and not
the oil, is what burns, the agent expe
riences 110 dillleulty ill pirn Ing his artful
trick. The swindiur claims that this
powder ia especially adapted for the pre
vention of lamp explosions and Insures
against the hreaknge of lamp chimneys.
Mothkiih Don't Know. How manv
children are bunislied tor bciiur mipiinib
v.iliuil, and indifferent to instructionj or
reward, aiuip'y oecuuse they are our of
heulthl An intelligent lad) said of a cl lid
of this kind: "Mothers should know thai
if tllCV Would clvn tho littlil nona mnilneiita
doses of Hup Bitters for two or three weeks,
me cniidren would 00 all a parent could
When Totts began his married life the
watchword engraved on his memory
was: "Beware of tho plumber." The
awful destinies of numberless friends
who had foolishly been inveighed into
poverty and distress by this liend, loom
ed up before his eyes, continually re
minding him of his motto until he grew
to consider himself a public benefactor
in endeavoring to suppress this inhu
But in an evil hour during the family's
absence in tho country tho wash boiler
began to leak, and the plumber glided
in through the basement door. From
that time the house seemed bewitched.
Two days aft -rward tho hot water
pipes blew his range to atoms and the
servant girl to glory, the boiler begun
to leak at every conceivable point, and
after the second story basiu had been
overflowed two days "in succession, the
parlor ceiling reminded one of a col
ander with ancient frescoing between
the holes. These repairs had searcelv
been completed when the tank on the
roof began to till and resisted all Potts'
efforts to turn off the water, and six
hours' steady running verv materially
increased tho damage. The plumber
was then engaged regularly for three
days in the week, and the adjoining
hone hired to be used for the storage
of lead pipe, tools, etc., which were
bought by the cargo. During the tirst
week of the. plumber's engagement
every faucet in both houses began leak
ing badly, and all the basins were stop
pe i up twice a day, and the third week
Pott was compelled to put wire screens
in all the windows of his bedrooms to
prevent the occupants floating out dur
ing the night.
In the midst of theso entertainments
the plumber reminded him that lead
was rising, owing to so much being used
for counterfeit mouey purposes. And
three months from the time of tho
plumber's first appearance he owned
and resided in the hoine, while Potts
lived in the garret and worked as helper
to him. half his wages each week being
forfeited to pav off the biilauce of his
A Crash Avoided.
"Charles," said Mrs.. Petosky, "do
vou know we are living too extravagant
Charles sighed heavily, threw away
his newspaper and knocked the ashes
from hia cigar into a nickel-plated cus-
"At lenst you are," pursued Mrs. Pe
toslcy. "You are quite extravagant with
your cigars, your clubs, your wine and
billiards. Now I want to make a propo
siton to you."
"Propose," said Charles with the air
of a martyr to woman's whims. He lit
tle rcaliie'd what a great heal his little
wife carried on her shoulders.
"Well, I have just purchased a toy
bank, and I want you to allow me one
cent a day. Will "you do it?"
Charles' smiled at his young wife's en
thusiasm and promised to do it.
"Because, my dear," said Mrs. Pe
tosky, "we never know how soon mis
fortune may overtake us."
Two years from the date of this con
versation the crash came. Charles found
himself on the wrong side of a corn
d:i; and was penniless. Witb tremb
ling limbs he dragged himself home and
t.ll his wife while wringing his hands
despairingly. But the brave little wo
nihii never blanched, but with a jovous
light in her soft loving eyes nfco ma" le a
break for the toy bunk, and emptied the
enn' inrs into her husbands' hands.
"Here, take this!" sho cried while
pent tears of joy welled from her hus
band's eyes, "take this and retrieve your
shattered fortunes; here are $7.80","
m 1 -
A Uioocly Buperatition.
During the reign of Philip II of Spain,
the Government spies in the province of
Malaga made a curious discovery. In
the highest valleys of the Alpujarrus,
and surrounded by a population of re
cently converted Moors, they found a
tribe of mountaineers whose vernacular
was as different from the Arabian as
from the Spanish language, and whose
neighbors beiicvod them to be descend
ants of the ancient Iberians. The Gha
birs, as the Moors called them, were a
most primitive and harmless race, their
food consisted of the vegetable products
of their peaceful valley, their only re
ligious function in sacrificing milk and
fruits to the spirit of the mountains. A
few weeks after the discoverer had made
his report to the Holy Oilice, a detach
ment of troopers and monks invaded the
Alpujurras, the Ghabris were dragged
to Velez Malaga, and burned by order
of the Grand Inquisitor. Their crime
could not be condoned: they had disre
garded the proclamation of loo2, and
evaded tithes and baptism for seven
years. In vain they pleaded their pov
erty, their ancient customs and their ig
norance of tho Spanish language; "they
were all invested with the sanbenito,"
says the chronicler, "nud broiled to
death with the proper ceremonies."
The shrieks of the victims were heard
at Loja, and for three davs the harbor
of Velez was filled with "the stench of
burned human flush. It was a most edi
fying auto dufe-"nn net of faith," The
samo faith had filled the Netherlands
with blood n.-j'i horror, had raged like
the Black Death among the helpless ab
origines of the New World, ami had or
thodoxed Spain by the systematic sup
pression of freedom, common senne,
manhood, industry, and science.
And yet that monstrous superstition
had undoubtedly supporters who honest
ly mistook it for the purest and most
bcneliet'iit of nil possible creeds. But
we may be equally sure that mere ignor
ance would never have produced such
delusions. The worst delusions aro not
the primitive ones, not the crude super
stitions of a primitive people. The nog
mas of an Asliunteo rain-maker are
harmless compared with those of a
Spanish Inqui dor. Wo find priests and
Ignorance both in Ashanlee and Spain,
but with Ihisdill'ereiiee.tliHl in Ashantee
Ignorance produces the priest, while In
Spain tho priests produce ignorance.
Fdix L. thimld, in Popular Sricnrt
Monthly for February.
TBS BEST WAXSm
IS MANCKACTUUJiD BIT
FISH BEOS. 8c
. RACINE, WIS.,
IX P. M A 17 it uirrnv t 1 m ptv -.w
Farm, Freight and
And by conflnlnc onrsrdvpi itrlcllvin AHA llt.U f
Of WOlllv lll'.V.
..oim-ives tin ny to 0110 class
ItNVl'.,! 1 r7n-iV v : .. " . . i-iii iioii'i' .i av.in.sr.il 1 nun 1110 1 t-itt
fu1. tt TUOUOUUU KNOWLLIK.E of tho busluc, wo bar.
'T' "'"'S "Ul f-IUVl'.ULASS I.MI'KOVr.O M C 1 1 1 N KHV mid tlio tl(f
THE BEST WAnnm nrj mhfiti c
tolSl'iow nut Agents amy, on tbclrown reoponelbillty, ylvej
mo ioiiowiu,' iviirruuty wub eacli wft'on, if o a(rri).t:
.?tt?an!irll,,.V'f,rral ,;IS." W'AOON No to bnwf.ll ittmlo In every panic
.a L n,il,,p1a, I'"" l' ilroiiSfth of the am.i la .nflklcnt for ull work wi'li fair
for Prb''l!nJdWrm-,'i11 ??" w "lh'll P'ronnK from eery .-ctlon of the L'ultcd Stales. Bend
lor trite and Terw. and fur a copy of f lit RACINE AORIC.M.TI7H.IST. to
I lll UltOH. A CO., Km lne, U
iiirfciraiiBiVin 1 1
-minu.mil. nn riinerntriiu'd main
i fw piioi-s applied to tha surface will Penetrattothery Bone,
mil .'Llmtisl Inidinll. Dtl Irui DAi.il v. ,,, . 7. . .
nor discolor tha Skin, or leave
- " 1 v'Toyi
3f.in Jr.int. Nauraltfi'V, iW-io
7 ws u uiu liimmi ui iu uoy ji;iri in ilo p-j str-tn
iiMii N tvti;UlYefl!ra.-!iiiis i fl)r all pains lu tlio Stomach and BowcU
leiiii rlni u miner ii FiKiv.. i I,,,,,!-.,,, u,,.. i...... i, .. ...... "... "
A.sk Voiir DrtlL'L'Ut for It. Prlrorjieta
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRZXL,
v-nnifniiio vnrrt, PT.
Mokiag tlio E.-jou EriJ-s Usfful.
"We don't knov- what to do with our
boy," said a weeping mother. "Ho
gets drimk, coie.-s home and kicks in
the doors, tights roo-ters, goes to rat
piu and to s..e )iur-i:i-ts tight. What
ould you reeoruhii n , Mr. Backus'.'"
"Wei!, madahic," s,;id Mr. Backus,
"I would advi-ie you to try the Br'Mklu
bridge. Take him to the top of (h
"Well. Mr. B.uk.i.,, and what shall I
do with him then .'"
"Throw him oil'."
In a town not intny miles f;viin B ia
ton, a ma. i .-tcppcl jn'o a r.eiu'hbor's
house, where l.e s".u t'ie lie.v.i of tne
f iiiiiiy lying on the l! .r, :nd his wife
standing over hi-n. ,"!ie 'hougnt, wi;h
ft threatening :t'r. II - was about to
witlnlraw vi..;ri the pn-tra'e man
Sliotlleil, "Coiiie along in. Mee; i
only chalking ii;e out a pair ef pants.
1 THE G - EAT GERMAN
lt.4 4 K A4 III:,
Pr.illK II K. lOOTII ltllE,
Eornrvt. Cuts Bruiiei,
Ill UN's, AM)),
And ull oi hi r brK):iy achisl
FIFTY CENTS A EOTTLE.
1 hy e'l Prnite:st and
I'mers. UireclMia In 11
The Charlti A. Vorjeler Co.
.. . tciiii ro I
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WE will ps Ih, iVt. wiM Inrsrr cm if Llt.r Cnnplslsl'
r)lrIil,hi k M.ll.c,l.. ;,.l,"n, CiMOMtkiu or Cixoonm,
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Ucasars 10UI!)T cn'rl .1 hc. 1;.,v j ut v v.j.!,!,!., st..
ar (all i t.v utMutim. r . i.o.'t Li.s l i.i, .is
uucln ) p,:,a, I t.ni. I ,c u . I y . unn-rl.u. Ihsi, if
ourl.r.;u r4 lit. ".aiinrii Tl. ft. o n v . hao..J ,' .
JOHN C. Mi.iT a i Ii, l-l A I J W, f.,, cltsI
Fm trial ltuvswul by.ii,,! t,nj. J(,l i..:fi;l a i .fc.uuap.
Kcasth is Wealth !
Jr U ( West's Nluvb and I nvi.v Th at
MKNT, a nu;irfi'i:.(a'.l Mi-nlic for Ilyt tenn, Ititr.i.
posa, CoTiriilhin.ia, 1 I If , Nitvuii .Ni'iirnli.ia,
lloHniictK', .Norvoii Ir ijhi ml ion ciiinil hy t l.e into
ofalcoiiol or tobacco, Wuk"ftilrioH, Mental Lm
imaHion, Knfii'timif of tho lirniti reaiiltintr in in
canity Ahd I"ii1ihk to iiu.,ery. ileeny mid d.ntli,
l'reinntiiru Oi l A", Jinrri nt.'ss, J.ohs of power
in Hithor mix. involuntary lwea crd rspiiriunt.
orrrecH euui""! h nyrj .ort.ti'i of ti t, brum. self,
ebuwj or (ver-h;iiii!ci lien. I nch tx: Jt cot t'ljna
one month a troa uieiit,. j'l.isin l.ox. or aix Imxei
forf j.(JU,hoiit by inii.l ren,nio:i im.eiit of priCO.
Wij .t Ait vfi.i: rsix no-vr.t
To euro nny (.'.', With each order received byn
for six biixea. oecoiiipiiiui d witu J".0, W9 will
eendtliOjiiiriliiiwToiirwritt.nl pimmiitee to ro.
fund tlm money if thn treiittnentdoeeiiotcdoct
curu. (J un ro hi i tu irhiioiI only by
HA KR V W. SCIIUII,
DrUKgUt, Cur. CoiiiiihmcIhI av. A IS.lj ft , Cairo,
.47 1 I Tl'V'.il W
IT' . 'L " I 1. MM. f FVfa. -4?1 It-Jl
(BfJORE AND AFfSti
tlectilc Applianros aro ai-nt on 30 Days' dial,
TO MEM 0K.IY, YO'J.MCl OR OLD,
WHO aro mtfrerln from NP'ivoes limm iTY,
l.oar Vitality. I.ai k ok Snim rom k vnd
Vino. WiaTISO Wr .ltvKS' I s mill ell lhn- iINciiim-s
nra I'misiiNii, NATi n" reMiltmn tr,nn Am rs nml
OTtira Cse.KN, Hln'.'ilv ri :e' c ll I eenililrle rpsto.
rallv.nor iiisi.tii.V reKaiiil MaMiotMiiiAtuNTri.n,
The irtiinilest iiixenv. rv nl the Nineteenth c. ntiirY.
Brntl at once fur llhiuli aUxl l',unphlel frao, AUilru
VCITAIO till CO., MAHHALl, MICH.
1 I" ..
I ill Air
...... t. l.u rl.,..li. n,.,n I... . I.
or work; by employing notio but tho X3ot
A liottLiliil jjitpai allidi ti-io-lovinrl
nuict tv e.t L'uin..o,.i Oil.
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The most neiiptr.itlnir I lolox.ot
i L' -: :.: . .
riisai?rceallu effects of anv kind Ii
?jyj,sni- o Praia i. JJrtriso.
Back, Cramps, 'ArJo'. fi-Af h
iu.rb,.iil. 99 " n "IWI!
ABE OFLV1IBY DAY OCf.'UI.RENTE.
Not SIXOI.R INSTAXCB ON RK'TjRI) t, tb
I it S year lcr: m.e i f
flai b. en tin. ken open by ha-glar. and roh'.i rl.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Hare NEVER FAILED to
PJtKSItVB tlieir COX
It lo sell-Vin-ns n fact Oia' i':, re la NnsAFR
tnatle in the vi,r d n a V 44 1 V K -AS l.l.K IT .K..
j 1 I'll 1 1 Y AS ' If K HL AKi..
j Tbeyalaav pr.rt ct tiKlr oni-iita .
I'H'soiis Imving Valuables slmulil not
j be without a Hall's al'.'.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKTir U. JIXIA,, Preraidont.
CIXCISNATI. EW YOHK, Cni."AGO.
Louisville, man moc sco,
st. 1.0 cis. cleveland.
PORT (JBAPK WINE
'N I'. V
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Ki s-1-- cV- ti
'.. I v,
S peek's J'oitT Gijaim: Winu !
I'OUH Y I . A liS Ol lb
Tlllt "RI.RHKA TKI) NA'IIVK WINE la tnato
trotn the Juico of tlio I liii.rin O i.pc. rule d In
this ..uni t y. It Inviliinl) c tot Ic nod etrenih
unliitt pro.ett e are n iiriiiri ned loc ahyoiher
Native Winn, II Inif he pun- J.ei e of I n (inipe,
produced ntiiler M Speer's own .e sr.nnl aupervl
suit), I' pll'ltv and Ki'iitlljii ties, am Kiiiitiiuteed,
Th'' vouueat child m y imrtnk- of it- n ihtoh)
qua Itiea, a'id the wealio I invalid no tnavnn.
li.'i' It I p trtli u'nrlv buni'fli tut to .lie t and
!) hilHated, antl tnt mI to Hid arimts iillinenti that
aflei t thu weaker at x. It Is In ever respect i
WINE TO UK Hit! IKJl ON.
Speer's P. ,1. Sliorry.
The . J.sllHIKK ( la w ne of Super'or Char.
actRrini art ikea of the r'c.h q'liil tlenoi i he) xrnps
fnim h ch II I mudn For I'nritv, lllrbi w, t'la
vie and Mufllclnnl I'n.pi rlica, Ii will ho looud un
excelled. fcJpdor'M P. J. I.ranJv.
Thio liKANDV tiui.ls inirivi'cd In lM Country
hoiturfar niimrlor for mi'illi.liial piitpoae. It N a
purodiilllaltiiii Iro , the ijr,ilie. mil roil a'luvnl.
ilntile ineillclnal prnneriles. It lois a delicto Ilu
vor. Im Inrto tlml or Iho .'rnp-s, from which It I
dleolliiil, ninl ta in iTent, fv r aitmnvr nrl-rUe
tuitilll., s.jc thai (ho utrniliirij of AI.KKICD
SI'I' KK, I'a.salc, :vl. J lanvor llu cork or tucU
sold iiy paul sennit
and ny iMtrjf i ) is rs uvkkywu-' IvK.
i-s Si f "innt, ire la .wnnpinii hy. po
1 1 L " f I "and dure below )un die, nni ..
tlilllK ml. hi v ntiri a lilimo
l.avii hell I nd iocoi ci"rllnio."
ihi a week In your o.in town.
Hve Dollir muflt Ircv No
rlk, Kv rvthlnn rew Cuiiltul not required. Uo
rill firulah yon rvrrythiiiu. Many Hro innklnff
fortune. U'lies nmku a moc'i m.'ti nnd bova
and plrla mike trent pay Header, If you want
hualiic it svh ch voi can mnk irrent my nil ti.a
time, write for particular toll. UaLLOI' A Co.
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