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An eloping couple on a railroad train
in Pennsylvania were accosted by a man
professing to be a justice of the peace,
who offered to marry them on the gpot
for $5. They employed him to save
time, and a week afterward discovered
that ho was a fraud.
The number of coroners' inquests
held in England and Wales in 179 was
27,050. Their total cost was $-130,000.
Verdicts of wilful murder were returned
in 153 cases; 78 of the victims were
women. The suicides were 1,941; 480
of them women. In 0,770 eases the
jury found the cause of death undeter
minable. There lives in the family of Captain
Means, Millbridgo, Me., a girl of nine.
f ears, who is a nativo of a Pacific is
and. A short time ago an American
ship called at the- island and the natives
brought this girl aboard, offering her to
the captain for his dinner, if he would
buy her, the cannibals said they would
prepare her for roasting. Tho captain
bought tho girl, but said that ho pre
ferred to kill his own meat. Ho carried
her to this country ami gavo her to Cap
tain Means. Tho child still believes
that she is to bo oaten, nnd whenever
any stranger enters the house clings to
one of the" family for protection.
Slowly but surely tho British fanners
are finding themselves compelled to
adopt a more scientific process in deal
ing with their land. Their late severe
experience has brought them to a con
dition of mind ready to receive sound
advice. This is the way Mr. Findlay
Dun, a member of the Hoyal Agricul
tural Commission, has told them how to
rentier their farming less precarious
ttnd more- profitable: "Less dependence
than heretofore must be placed upon
arable culture; less wheat must be gen
erally grown, nioro live-stock must be
reared and fed, and more dairying and
vegetable and fruit culturo must bo
prosecuted. Arabic land of poor qual
ity which could not fittingly bo laid
down to grass must bo planted with
larch, ash, and suitable timber." New
England, as well as old England farm
ers, smarting under tho competition of
tho great West, might with advantage
quietly act upon Mr. Dun's counsel.
Percy Fitzgerald, tho dramatic critic
and editor nnd author of several biogra
phies of 'peoplo on tho stage," writes
thus of Edwin Booth in ono of the Lon
don weeklies: "Mr. Booth's Hamlet is
a spirited, elaborate, painstaking, and
expert, but conventional performance.
He presents essentially tho Hamlet of
the stage, with variations and embroi
deries of immaterial quality, and not
the Hamlet of the student of Shakspeare.
His chief uim is theatrical effectiveness
of tho old established sort. His Hamlet
in truth may be said to bo the true Ham
let of the past. Often I found myself
reminded of the Hamlet of Mr. Charles
Kean; if I missed Ids physical demerits,
I missed also his intensity, his special
power of startling and kiudling his au
dience. : It may be that what is chiefly
lacking to Mr. Booth' labors isaleaveu
of gumus. This tho actor possibly pos
sesses; his friends and follow-country-inen
assert as much very positively.
Cut, as I judge, this valuable element
does cot manifest itself in his perform
ance of Hamlet."
Suppose- a machine should fall to per
form its woik, and the owner, instead ol
trying to ascertain the cause of failure and
remedy it, should conclude to run right
along, and argue that as the machine had
heretofore como Bround all right it would
Boon be bo again. If a general ami perma
nent break-down ensued could nnylxxly bo
blamed but himself? Now, precisely this
way do people act ami argue when the
'human machine". iB out of order. AVhen
the liver is "torpid" and bowels constipat
cd everyone knows that Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Purgativo Pellets afford prompt and
permanent relief. Yet gomo guess the
"machine" will come around all right, and
do nothing. Could any ay-stem of fnl.se
reasoning be .more pernicious? Suppose
the blood bo out ot order and there bo pun
iles, ulcers, or running sores with tscrnfu
out tumors, swellings and general debility
and those thus affected should rcfuso to use
Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery,
guessing that the blood would purify itself,
could anywxiy no mamcti out inemseivce,
if a general, a permanent break down of
health ensued? No remedy yet known
quals tho Discovery In curing all scrofu
lous, tbrost, bronchial and lung diseases
Bold by druggists.
THE DAILY CAIltO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1881.
To hare It out nr not-that Is tho (tietlnn , .
Whether 'tis better fur the Jawi to suiter
The pangs and torment of an aching tooth,
Or to title iteel aalust a host of trouble
And, by extracting, end them? To pull-to tug
No moroj and lijr a tug to nay we end
The toothache, and a thousand natural III
The Jaw It heir to 'tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wished. Tu pull-to tug
To tug! perchance to break-ay, there the rub
For in Hat wrench what agonlei may come,
When wo have half-dlilodged the ituhboru too,
Mutt glre ui pausnj Uiera'i the respect
That makes an aching tooth of lo lung a llfo;
For who would hear the whips and stings of pain
The old wife's nostrum, dentists' contumely,
The pangs of bopt deferred, kind sleep delay,
When he himself might his quietus make
For one poor shilling? Who would fardels bear,
To groan and sink beneath a load of pain,
But that the dread of something lodged within,
The linen twisted forceps, from whose pangs
No jaw at ease returns, puitles the will
And makes It rather bear the iUs It has
Than fly to others thai It knows not off
Thus deutlsti do make cowards of us all;
And Urns tb native hue of resolution
Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of fear ;
And many a one, whose courage seeks the door
With this regard, bis footsteps turns away,
Scared at the name of dentist.
A EIPAID DEBT.
EY J. W.
It was the dusk of evening, nnd
night's shadows were quietly gathering
in tho littlo German village through
whoso outskirts two lovers strolled.
They had left behind them tho cot
tages, and had wandered oil among the
green fields ami under tho shade of the
trees, behind which tho sun had almost
sunk to rest.
It was an old story, tho storv of their
loving. They had been betrothed since
tho gill was fourteen, It was well-nigh
live years now, and on her nintcecntu
birthday they wero to bo married.
She was an orphan, and her snug
dowry, lying so safely nestled
away in tho villago bank, she had
accumulated bv tho labor of het
own hands, but a shade was on
her lover's face to-night, and even in
the shadow her quick eye discerned it.
"Sing to me, Hans," sho whispered,
knowing that in song Hans Werter for
got all else.
After a moment's silence, he obeyed
her, and the sleepy birds woke in their
nests, anil almost indignantly drew
their heads from beneath the soft shel
ter of their wing, to listen to this
strange, wonderful rival to the sweet
ness of their notes. The air was filled
with the exquisite melody, It rang full,
and clear, and sweet. It sank down to
the violets, as they stirred to the listen
ing wind, nnd soared to tho stars.
Poor little Marguerite! Hans' music
always brought the moisture to her bluo
eyes, but to-night it seemed tilled with
something she had never heard before,
and her littlo hands wore tightly inter
laced, and her red lips parted in a sort
of painful ecstacy.
Put at the close, sho was all unpro
pared to seo him end the last note in
a dry sob, then Ding himself down on
tho sward and bury his face in his(
"Hans, what is it?" sho cried sinking
down besido him, and trying to raise
his head upon her breast.
Wna ho weeping? Sho had never in
all those years Si:n him thus moved.
His powerful frame seemed shaken to
its innermost centra by tho torrent of
emotion which awept over it.
Almost rudoly, in his unconsciousness
to all but his own suffering, ho repulsed
her, only the next moment to bo filled
Conquering himself by a mighty ef
fort, ho drew her to him with' gentle
"Forgive me, dear," he said softly,
"but never ask me to sing again, Mar
guerite. It only teaches me what I
might have been, and what I am. Think
w hat it would be if I had the money to
reach Italy! I could have tho worlil at
my feet, Marguerite I could be great
and famous! I know it I feel it. Put
I am chained here, tending my hertls
nnd feeding my cattle, powerless to
break tho chains. I need so much mon
ey so much and I have so little.
Though I sold all I had in the world, it
would cot bring Die to my jouruey'g
end. No, no! I must give it up; but
never never ask me to sing again,"
Tho girl answered him nothing.as she
stroked tho hot brow with the littlo
cool hand, which, all browned and
hardened ns it was, fell very softly,
In her eyes ho was a king, this slinp-herd-lad.
Instinctively sho knew that
silence is ofttinies nioro healing than
sncech; and, besides, a wonderful daz
zling thought had crept into her own
busy brain, and driven ull lighter
Still, silently, they rose and walked
silently home. At the door of her littlo
cottage, he stooped and kissed her on
the brow, as they stood beneath tho stars.
In two nmro months ho was to share
her fato tho homo left her by her dead
parents so they both hail thought
scarce an hour agone. To-night Mar
guerite knew differently.
How much would it bring, the salo of
this humble little shelter?
It was this problem which banished
slumber through tho long night hours.
It was solved threo days later, when tho
sum for its possesslon'by strangers, lay
in ner nanus, and, added to it, tho mm
egg from tho bank, made in tho child's
t-yes a fortune.
What mattered it that sho was beg
gared? It was for Hans' sake! It was
now her turn to bo silent, as, haml-in-hand,
they walked beneath tho goldon
"Hans," sho said, at last, very soft
ly, "I have been thinking, dear, since
tho other night, and and, Hans, wo
won't bo married yet awhilo. A wifo
would only pull you down, instead of
helping you soar to tho birds where you
belong. I don't want you to think of
me-1 want you to go away, and study
to be n great singer."
And us sho spoke, she strovo to
thrust the bag within his grasp.
"Marguerite!" she shrank from tho
steruesa of his tone "how did you get
"Honestly," she answered nroudlv.
"The gold was to have been my dowry;
noies l-i sold tho cottage lor
"You did this for me, and you think
bo meanly of rim ns.that I would accept
B....U - ..lit.... tit.
cm n a rj.uiiiii'i.-r
His voice quivered as ho utiokn.
"IInns,I was to have been vour wifo."
she whispered. "Who had tho right, if
not I? Oh, I shall bo so proud ho
proud, sonio day, when you como back
for your littlo Marguerite, and I shall
be tho wifo of Hie great singer! They
will point at me and say, 'Yes, ho mar
ried this little nobody, this littlo Mar
guerite, but they say ho loves her;' and
they will think it strango that you
should love mo from your great height.
Put you won't forget to do that, Hans
ever, ever will you, my love?"
"Never, until my voice forgets its
music! I must pray God to still it for
ever, could my heart provo so falso.
Something within me, Marguerite, con
quers myself. It is hopo springing
within my breast. I will take vour
money, Utile one a sacred debt. VY'uit
for mo two years, fratilien; then I will
return, to give you richest payment. I
swear it, and I seal it with this kiss!"
Hans had gone, and Marguerito was
left alone. She lived now in one littlo
room, high up many stairs up which
she toiled wearily.
At long distances apart, letters came.
Oh, how eagerly Marguerite spelled
them out! She slept with them under
her pillow by night, nnd they sank
and fell with every pulsation of her
heart by day,
Thou there wero weeks, nye, months,
when she heard nothing, and the child's
figure grew thin and her cheek grew pale.
Put one evening, when sho had al
most given up hope when tho great
dread Test Hans should be ill, dying or
dead, remorselessly shadowed her path
waythe mossengorjsmileil a welcome,
1 Jut at last, when sue broke the seal,
something white and fluttering fell to
the ground. Sho stooped to pick it up.
What did it mean? It was a littlo
slip, with some figures in ono corner.
They represented tho exact amount sho
had given Hans. IVwildered, sho turn
ed to the letter. Its words explained.
"I pay you my debt. Think, my littlo
love, what it, cost us, yet I earned it.
Marguerite, on the very night of my
debut. I have sung, and tho people
have listened. I looked about anion
all the faces on all the young and
beautiful women with their eyes fixed
upon me but nothing inspired mo.
Then I thought of vou, and looking
straight into space f forgot them all,
darling. Tho llowers rained at my
feet. Great ladies tore tho roses from
their breast; but I would have given
them all dearest, for one littlo, wild
blossom your hand had plucked. They
say I will bo rich and famous. I can
not tell tho world is fickle. Tho vil
lage banker will cash your order. Put
foil need not buy back the littlo home,
am coming for you soon, to bring you
to a cage, better worthy of my mountain-bird."
Again and again Marguerite read and
re-read the precious words. What car
ed she for tho money? It had mado
' "Going back to your nativo village
you, who have the whole world
at your feet," sighed ono of Florenco's
most famous beauties, as she looked in
to the young singer's eyes.
Six months had passed since ho had
paid his debt to Marguerite, and still
ho lingered. Ho had spent thrice that
amount, since then, on a trinket to clasp
some fair lady's arm. Did ho, in hold
ing it so ligh'tlv, forget that once it had
been a girl's all? Why, then, did tho
sigh tho lady uttered tind a responso in
his own breast? ..
"It is duty which calls me."
"Duty!" sho murmured. "Aro ycu
sure it is not mistaken duty? All yo:ir
life has changed, Ilerr W erter. If, in
its early time, you pledged it to some
rustic maiden, think could sho fill its
Tho beauty's voice trembled. The
cool softness of her flesh pressed lightly
against his burning palm.
"And if I givo her up." he said
"what then? You will be mine?"
Put tho "Yes" sho utte.-cd was hush
ed by the madness of his kisses.
And Marguerite watched and waited.
Ho was coming; thercfoie ho did not
It was the second anniversary of tho
day that was to havo celebrated their
wedding, when tho goss.ps burst into
"Ha. ha!" they said, "did we not tell
you so?"pointing as they spoke to the
paper, which announced the betrothal
of Hcrr Werter and the greatest beauty
in all Florence.
"Leave mo," she paid at last, when
they looked to seo what sho would do.
"I wish to be alone.
Put ono of kinder heart, after some
hours had passed, stole back into the
The child lay tossing in delirious fev
er, and the physician, when called,
shook his head.
Tho strain had been too great, ho
said. She must die.
On the third day after, as the watch
ers sat about the bed, a step sounded
on the stairs. A man stained with tho
dust of travel, burst impetuously into
"Marguerite!" ho exclaimed "Mar
guerite! ' Then he stopped, and gath
ered the import of the scene before
him. "I did but falter!" he cried, fall
ing on his knees by her bedside. "I
came back, my wild" German daisy, to
tell you so. ()h, Marguerite, is it "thus
I pay my debt?"
Then, as though tho voice must pene
trate the mists of fever, tho blue eyes
opened, a wonderful, ecstatic light in
"Hans," sho whisperod "Hans! for
give mo for tho doubt which killed me!"
And with tho word -a dagger thrust
in his own remorseful heart the spark
of life flickered and went out!
Marguerite was dead! She who had
lived for him died for him. They found
the paper he had sent her amongst her
Thus had he redeemed his debt! 'An
empty slip of paper, worthless to all, to
return to him, but bearing tho interest
of it broken heart.
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Out Ht luml'hed tree, with full In
simple and plain, tnat any one can
make preat profit from tiie st.irt. No ono cno fail
who is wiliintr to work. Women are successful
as men. lioj and pirls can earn lario mm.
Manv have made at the buMl" s over out hondreti
dollars lp a sinelf week. Xotl.li.R like Ii ever
known before. All w ho i li'.'nt'e are surnrtu! at the
ease and ruplditr with whic Ii tlo-y are aide to make
money. Vou can enfaeu In Or" brt"ti:is during
vour spare t i in.- at ur nt profit. Yo tn'o no! 1 sve to
Invent capital in It. We lukr a'.l the. r.sk. Those
who need rea'lv monev. should wtln- to us al once.
All furuihe frw. Address' TKL'E .t CO , An
Caiiio, Ii linoi, December, l1'1. ll.
Tho regular annual mectlne of the stockholder
of i hi- Citv National Hank of Cairo, fnr the purpose
of elcetlni; seven director-, will be held n! the of-8-e
of salil bank. In this cltv. on Tuesday. January
11,1-1. Polls open al 1" o'clock a. lo. and close
at 4 o, clock p. m. of said dsv.
illus. W. HAI.LIDAY. Cashier.
QIIIO ct MISSISSIPPI II'y.
TIMK TAIII.l: OK VAC'KM.r.ll '1 IIAINII KUUM
vin'cknnj-:s (Nu7. liij, 1&79.)
No. 2 Day Kxpress (Kicept Sunday).... 1 : '.0 p. m.
' ti KpP"1 Except Sunday;. ltir.p. bi.
" 4 Nic.tit iiiprcs- i Daily) U.'loa. in.
No. B Kxpres ( Except Sunday) B:Sa. in.
" 1 I lay Kxpres i Kxc.-iit hnudayj.. . -.' Vi p. m.
" 3 Niiht txpress (Dully) .' l:.'ia. m.
J. K. Ci.akk, C. S. Con is. Ik.,
Agent Viucennes. Gen. Ticket A-'t Cincinnati
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS 11. It.
II. "V SMITHKIW, Ke-cfivor.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE ttETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihrouch Express leaves Cairo MS a m
Throuu'ti Kxpress arrives :it K. St. Louie.. 5:iip.tn.
Through Kxprcts leaves K. St. Louis.... MiOoa.m.
Through Tixpress arrives at Cairo !i:lop in.
.Mtirpnysiioro accommodation leaves i airo l :.io p.m.
Mu'physhoro Acc.arrives at Murphysboro V:M p.m.
Miirjihysboro Acc. leaves .Murphysboro .. !i:o"a.m.
Miirph'vsboro Acc. arrives Bt t alro ll:tAa.m.
The Cairo A St Louis Hall lioad 1 the only all
Hail Houte between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefor there ar no delays at
way stations awailini: connections from other lines.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
lines for North. Kast and West
J. A. NA L'liLK. L. M. JOHNSON.
Aiient. General M.inai'er.
ILLINOIS CEXTPtAL 11. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Lino 3 tunning
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Conivection
Tiuins Leavb Caiiio:
: t:l Oh m. Mnil.
Arriving In Bt. Louis 9: -IB a.m.; C'hiciiKii, 8::) P.m. ;
Connecliriff at Odin and Kftlnuham for Cincin
nati, Lutilsvlllu, Iiidlanapolm and points Lust.
11:10 lum. Ht. liouia iwul AVt-Htovn
Arriving In Rt. Lou la 7:05 p. m and conncctluir
for all points West.
T.tn. Vtt JOxproHW.
Kor Kt. Louia and Chlcauo, iirrlvinK at ' Lou"
10:10 p.m., and Chicago ":'i a.m.
Arrlvlni; nt Cincinnati T:i) a.m.: Louisvll '
a.m.; liiillunaiolls 4:00 n.m. l'assenKcra 'J
this train reach the above point .1 U lo
IIOL'KS In lulvuncti of any other route.
r-fr-Th4:9n p. miprc ha fy.'!?.
M.LKI'lNlH'A'lt Cairo to Cliiclun''- ;.ll,,0nudl
chatmes, olid through sleeper to bt. l"" '
Pant rfimo I'apt.
1 l."'CnCIS ,,rn po t t , , ,,,.
caused bv Sunday Interve il iX. J, y,)rk Nj(im,iy
nHlrnWr Uir-tn advance of
any (Mher ronto. , rrtl,tr Information,
trVM hroiiEh t'Yaliironil I"Pot, Cairo.
"''J'' "M n "JloN J Ii' JON KH,
AK I. n ''Ho them Ascnt. Ticket Ac-lit,
A 1 SANSON Oeu. I'asi.Aueat. CUlcuo.
HI 11 t!n in
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely lielii vpu
And Can I'rovu What u Ciaiui.
tfT'There are no failure ami no disappoint
ments. If you are troubled with S icKi E A l-
AC1IK yim can I i,-ily and ipiii kly cured, as
huiidrci;- huve bn n already. We shall be pleased
to mull a rbect of testimonial to nny Inlen sted.
Carters Little Liver Pills
Aiso cure all t rrns of HIiou-ih ss. prevent Constl
palion and I)ysv''pia. promote liiL'esiion, relieve
dislress from too heart v eatint'. correct I'isorder
ol the Stomach, stimulate the Liver, and li.-iiulaic
the Itowel. They do all this by ukmi? julonu
little pill at a doe. Tt,ey are purely veectunlc, do
not cripe or pua-e. and sre as nearly perfect a
ii Is possible for a pill to be 'rjl t. .j-, Cei.r. Urn
$1. Sold by druu'clst' ev. rw. hi-re or sent t y 'u ail
CARTEU SIKUIl INK t() L'LIE. I'A.
I XD I A X
To make a qiart of mclicihe ciifcrar.te'i! , ,iXt
Mnmurs of Hie Hlood. Hspep. a. L.w-r 'I roul , s,
Kidney Weakness, ur ti'ei.iral Iiebintv s tt ' '
niuil. post pud. tor ".. c r Ji'aikaL'e- lor S! Ad
dres J. ALONiJO f.LEF.N E. Indian In.'-.r
H'i l'ine st , St. I. on - Mo.
V' 7 7 7 A V K A H anl ext.-.. to
m I I aireni. untilt free ah.'..-c.. I
' O. VICKLltV. Auri'ta. .Vi.li.a
A DVKKTIsELs! ..i.dfcrcur . I - v 0.
eal newspape,,, ,,ru, ti x , . iU
Sprue? St.. N. i .
A.TANTKI).Miinufnctt:riia' for.iern wi.
j ''u"n" w""! I ll''.U-ilr.eir) citv ,
ready taken.. A tew tmmlrcd dollar
pay for .od on delivery sf:er orders h.rc
secured for the same. 'ro p, r non'f
(ruaraiiteed. Tbe rnn.t s..r.i,'r,
i is a
t ot al-
solicited A S ALNOI.Ii l.r. ron.Vr
Street and l:roaoay, liroc Vjyn. N. Y.
J.ESTEY&C2 Brattleboro V3
I. perf--i'T r-',r... rrnnooni.l ids n .i rnSs 6 iu
e-V IIK-il Al s'M li'i'M,,-. Ill Uis 1 In.ra i t n. -i
r-l it 111 .i.r. Kit' .1 I
e...le, in JXi,l.. W H iLBUlriUS to X 1
DR. KLINE SGRT
i m m wiitNyintsniNln
r"r ml r.! A Srar, l'l;t"iN . i,
urt fr J-'itt. 't'li'fu finj Arr j!''..'h..
iNriitisii If Uken . illrs.trd. A" f.iinf.r
rit,tiy luis. Treaiiw aret ' tr.i litlj-f:. i
l.tl.AUsr)U.th.T pA.viiiffiprewc. Sr d r.ui
I'. '.. ot.'l eii.rfs al:rsi, i K I I S'ti, 1
A:cLUl'LUe.plua,i'. t.ljruu.ipMdi u.i.
A I'OSITIVK cniB
Wlihoat riMVIrn.. ALLAITJ SOJ.riU.K M1!
( A1KD UoLOHiS. i tnud ixiottr 1. ,tX
No. 1 -lll cure ny rase In f.-tir i!ir. r. !.
"So. J will can- Hip moutisl.aate .-u ui.-t. r
Of how l',Ds"il4'idl:i.
No nauseous '! j of enbern, copul or o (
nilil W'fid. Uit are ceruia t'i iT-eiucf l. :-(;. .
fy destroying Hie roatinm of t.'n. so 'iij.h s
yrlnirvortr1n(reit injreuon to pr.ionce otber
I'ru e t'iu. sol I) TtT ALL MiClir.lsTj, rr
Bailed r- cctpt of nncp.
Tut I f her particulars swl for clrcnlar.
H.o. lt- 163B. J . ALLAN t.tl.,h) joi.u Mres.l
WectfirKiO reard f ir any (Us tbiy w.,1 tct
WJlclc.Bifc andsur, cere.
tliinit Fret ' Mn ,
may prove the itcppinu-toi! ' b''' r 'U'cs"..
Ills e-nerriMij :i'.,i'ie,i . .. -
t!ie f.vl i the loll. A P'retl U. 1 "i
Oreeimidi sirvet, eW Vork.
THE FAMILY HAND DOOrt ;
I OR, KK''ll'i.s AND Mi'TS Kotlli.K M:::;r v.
It. I .p.n.ail I., Srm.r. W.fhu.K. It.Kf. tf '. .i..
ru ...i.l., r lh. Slfk, .'.!j::o.l. I. In, ' !, ll .i. ,,- '.,
1-M-s.. r-r""" '"TT "' II M's- Mt.,
ll B .ull, Hli Siml. l)f-s, .0, N. T.
Kuncrll iioiidnv i:ii;-r.i.
jhUiixjxfYf c R K 55 .
7 HjgTffiW t Eg boiJTid i-.u 'i Lii'.-:'.i-ytHT'fll
b-i. fi.t u a t r t.i.
. w 1 fjHW. ta I. a .... . ... n . .
r--'C-L-.-tTriinu yr. nwi nr-n.,.,
t iiryrmT7CiAQ(iHtf, nt tl !; f
tt. i'm '.,xy'' ur S:imple fr ". M.
1III1 mill. C0. Hit Zul SSlli Btrett, N. - I'y.,
J'oaUtt'e ou looli!ioCi.nuj rij;.:tiivd m-i-i, -w.
rUirlly . lUioiil I
Ml, :' t'lN-ul.'
i.wAor, lMr,...l.!.N. L
..... sua. Kemecei. liervetA
mi 1. 1
timliiuy. Inijie.Miicy, at d
(Miiinilielty, and " '.,, i-isi., i .iK. a : '" - i
efV"'i:,iliilei"'"i'i,itAL l.Nsl'IillK,il IiMfc.,
SI W l:Mil,ANI Ms."
EAK-S koh the MILLION!
Yoo Clitio's r.alsatu of Mmrk's oil
Positively Hestores the Dentine nod Is the t'tiiy
' Absolute Cure for DeulUess Knowu.
TM OH Is ettraeted from it peculiar specie i f
mall While shark, can eh I in tint Veilow Siu,
known a Carcharndon liondelclll. Every ( h'.mic
flshertnan knows It. It virtues as a restor.itl.e of
heailnu were discovered by n lluddhlst I'riesi about
thu year MHb D ciires were so miiiieri iis and
...,.,u an neeinlllL'lv m I NIC til Oil S . tlllll HlS leli, erlv
was ollb'lallv proclaimed over the entire Empire.
Iu tle became so m Ivcrml that for over :jm)ycar
no (lenienes nas oxisnii aiuouv iiiei nineie pen-
lilt. Sent, thurj;eii prepaid, to any address ot$l per '
Only Imported by HAYr.OCK CO.
iknt roil AMr.r.icA, JUiyst,, NewV
It virtues are Ulifimstlotiablfl aridltscnrntlve
character ahsolute, ns the writer can personally
testify, both from experience nnd observation. ,
AmoiiK the ninny renders of Hi" hevlewin one
purl anil another or the routitrv, it pronaoie iua.
numbers are mllicted lt:i ileafiiess. and to such It
may bcsnlri: "Write al once to Uarloclj ft ( o., 7
Dey Sirert, New Vork, pin J6trJ ami job wilt
receive by return a n mnly that will enable J"U t
, hi... ..i ...... , . . ., ..h.it. el, ritlive nt ui...
will be permanent. Vou will i''r tvrvl Coin
so."-Ealtor of Xcw York Jlercntitlic Iioiew,
Sept. s!&th, lsso.
iTBif i irr i vv nv o .
ii iiTiin n s uu.