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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
riir RNiMa (mnd4T ixriTiu),
Only Moruintr Daily in Southern Illinois1.
OFFICIAL I'Ai'KROH CITY AND COUNTY
I .nrgoiit Circulation of any Dully in
THE HIGHWAY COW.
The hnaof her I.l. In v a dusky brown
Ilor body u.ii km I her neck sit in.
Oil lioni l irii" I mm .-nl Urn Lti r down,
Klin W" k"f i of v.iimii and lung of llinli;
T7f !i a li'HMH i n ie .-mil a lmrl am nip Uil,
And rib. u.u im lump, of u liuiuu-li.ale jiall.
U.nir a mvx 1 1 1 her old body wear:
.Sin' nan a urget lui all ilmn;a known;
On iiMny it var the . tunk y hair
tv nilif irrn'v nn iimro w h re onci It had grows-
V. i") .4 p4ioiialc, n-'t 1 1 K "hot
ll:ul It'll, upon I, el a Lulling aput.
Mmy anil ni.nn- a wrll-:ilinil fonit,
Many n hi I.1J...1 of goodly aixr.
Ami inviy a riniiri I. swllily thrown,
liriini.'lil tin" li lior luiyiiii" cys;
Or hail hounded off friuii lii-r bony had;,
uii twiuiat! liko iun ound of a rlile cim k.
Many a day had ho pa-it In Iho pound,
ror hfljuiiK lieiaeif lo Iht iirliflibor ' corn.
Hany aeowardlv riirand IhmiihI
II i I hceii lran-.ll ted mi her crumpled bora;
M in v a t-a-pot -nil l'l 11,1 I
111 the fanner lioys ll'd Ui Iht time-worn UIL
Old TVvon Orav wn plnnn man,
TlimiKli h'liiii'iiiin templed to be prolan.
When m. in v it w im! y inlli' ho ran
To drive Iht out of his growing grain,
Sharp prank Kin1 ncd In play
To Ki t Iht (111 and to get away.
film anew when th dcvon went to town,
Slid winds' winched him w hen h went byt
Ilr never 1 1 ts-.fi I Iiit without a frown
And an rvil gleam In -ach aiiKry );
Iln would crack lili w hip In a am ly way
Auddrivealoiig In hi" "one-burse ahay,"
Thn at hi limni'sr-ad nh loved to rail,
l.lftlnir hl lull i Willi Iiit (Tiimjilrii Iior0
IV I in ll v m'.-iIIiu' hi garden w all,
II 'ipliiB hoi Nt-i r n hi mumllng corn,
F.tting Ms raliliai'rs mm liyonr,
linrrjlng home tt hen ht-i work wai done.
Often th de.von homeward ram-,
Hiiiiiuil.'g a livnio from the lions of prayer
II's hopeful Ii-.ii I In a uauipiil frame.
Mil S lid imI hi H I 'm rvi'Miii; all,
loridiH id ri iiniooth n a wrll-worn ploif
'J u H ml in Ins K.ndi'ii that lilliway row.
Ills Vinmnn msslont witp qufk lo rNe,
And striilno! foil It wllti a hav.iorry.
Villi fury Inazl'ni from liolh U'.a p)h,
A Int'imlii'n III h I i a hiiiiiik'i' r v ;
Itiltl"! a ui li'ildi r hi f.u wnild uioir,
And alliT iln' i'i c.ii me li would go.
OTir thi (j idioi round and round,
JlriMklnic ln.i KMraiid applo trrrii;
Tr.ininl i? !u '..''liihi lulu tho i.-roiinil,
i ivi'i'!iiruii'!i liln hlvri of licra;
1, "living lilm imiTrv iii luullv Riling,
Wishing tin! old i'uw'i un it was wrung
Th moM grew m 111" (r irdi-n wall,
Tli" Fin wont hy w It .1 ihrir worK anil pliy,
Tim !"yi of inn vill.ii-i! kii'w hirong mi l mil,
And ilm gi.iy li.uri' l f.i; nmm I'issud away
Ono hy onn i ln n I l-.ivi'i fall,
Jlul Hie highway com' ouillveU them all.
Alt earthly rrranirci inu.it haro tlmlr flay.
And 111111 iiiiic li.itu llo'ir iiiiinllH and years;
Amnii In dying trill Wnn 'Inlay,
ThTe In a ' li ma In all rirviim,
And tho I: iL'lnvn v i nir at I it tvns Hlaln,
In running a i.n null a i allwuy tralu.
All Into pi"-rj at Iivt h'ii wnnf,
.1 u-t lUe t'm Navlngi hank vrhrn I hey fall;
0:it of (he '.vol I I 'io w m s vvl'ily H.Mit,
l.lttl v. i Iff i. lint Iht oil si uinpy mil.
Tho f irui'T'i r ii ui 'Id 4 h id i; wd.'m now
Are liaiiuti'd no niorii hy th hii;hvay cow.
-Jn'utftiiM 'i'. Uaytl
FIRST (aK.VM) HVM- IX YOSEMITK.
'c wcri' ;iiiip1 on tliobniik of tho
Mcn't'il river, ulinnla inilo above tho
hotels in Hit' Yosi'iniin ViiUcy. Tliere
voif loiirof n-i--M:itliov, it imiii from
YUuiiu, :i niiivrrity stiulcnl, .'mil tlit;
writer. Jlittl.i'W ami I were traveling
i(iiiHinni(iii. We liiul siarloil riloii;;
l'roiii tlin Cily of Oaks I : I ohiiijkhI
ami t-oiikeil .i;:ei lier, fniilil. tiiiisijui.
(iK'siii (iiavsuii, swain iliu sloughs of
tin- S:in tluMiuiii. iiml sacltcivd in
iinisuii iihiii li e ".real alkali plains lio
loiu reaeliinir iliu eoolin !Sit'ri'ii. Tlio
man Iro'.u V iili i ami iliu Hliiilent lia l
jnini'il us in llio valley, and tuellicr
vi' tlwtyU in' liarinony ,wo lanviis
tiMiis lie-side the river, an. I in front of
the oreat Vo-einile fall.
All in all, we vein very happy.--Ahuvc
mi'l helow us on (lie river
sveic camper- from San Jo-.e, Stork Ion,
an l oilier pail of llio .Siair, mil in
everv canip eN' t-pl inr mvn lliew nan
a piettv "ill. 'J'il" valley I ecilied
willi Hebe, in liloii.iicrs ii ii-1 a juicier
eiew never w aUe
in iin.'s o iiial
w il l ii.iiali-c. u'lnL' i
iu-h iile, raced
i ' ' i
J 'rfivi'l'ii'-nt his
ill. ...j.. M.illH I ll'll! win
ten i ai uia iiim.i:
uusiuess is in coiiiuctiiin"'" "i'"
bad all orders received fr"11'1
Wood and ('oiil. iiir or
A full supply ot Indium, coiii1''! 'io
Pittsburg, juut received from tin1' w ith
for sale at f 1.00 per ton deli vert
always lmvo on band a stock of
bratcd cml ; also daily shipinc
is ruceived and kept censtant"11'1 ,wl
for Bale. Apply, at .be vl.ja
'(It'll Weill to
, i. K'""k(J mid
(l0KI!l!?0ul, b(yt UU(l t 1Vc
Haying a very lb, flom tho COn.
goods on hand C'liis'Uicly, In hligO
and Children' srwi .unshnven ami
Hhoes, 1 have (leU'rim;o to face with
prices that defy tyay bctlcr men for
make room for '(todays weroconiinj
goods which .'.ever. A new wagon
in want of nnio the valley wasnbout
vise you to, and wo-were destined to
elsewhere, in.irr.!iiiation of a new
gains. I hi and dress and tho frivol-
tncins'elve'''11"'011"' M wcvc
No. !K) C ':,sL Mr"ibold and take
nnd Sixth fctr. , ...
bt, however, by tho
'DK.riKU.KuV v'-,;-,'i;kp',f i th
pure you a food nignJl,l,u,,J,,clfl0Vf
cough tnedicine in the iiV..,?n1 n.X(;t
'. by o
I'liicklen'M A mini Snivel "a
The bent salve in the world icy1
bruiseB, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, 1e'o
getter, chapped hands, chillilains, co'io
all kinds of skin eruptions. This bit
guaranteed to give perfect satisfur.t
every case or nmney refunded, l'ric.
cents per box. Tor sale by Cino. K. O'lU
"If 1 was Governor of California,"
Bnid Vi.-aliu, "1 would demolish every
wagon killing into the valley. 1
would make it a penal offense for a
man to bring in a Saratoga trunk, and
1 would seiiienco any man who should
mention or wear or ever make any
reference to a white shirt, while in
this vulley, to eat .Mai's biscuits for
Mat, who wasBliciuga side of ba
con at the time, quietly wiped his
knife on tho leg of Visalia's panta
loons but said nothing.
"Do the girls know our (situation?"
"No, but they take it for granted
that wo will bo at the dance," an
swered tho student. "They are all
going; but 1 doubt not, from certain
Fit lie asides 1 heard to-day, that they
are netrly as troubled about this sub
ject of drchs us wo are."
"A girl does not need any clothes,"
blurted' out Visalia, "or at least a
ribbon, a spray of fern, or something
of that kind is all that is necessary to
make her look charming; but look at
us;" and be glanced around the circle.
And, indeed, we were a hard-looking
set. Willi slouched bats, gray shirts,
ami brog iit boots, with faces unsliaved
iiml tin: dirt and dust adhering to us,
we looked like pira'.es A familiar way
that Mai bad of wiping things off on
tis was also beginnin ,' lo 'show its ef
fects upon our persons. The,, student
had three disliuct impressions' of tho
bottom of the coffee-pot in (he mid
dle of his back, und 1 was literally,,
painted. This was in eonscipieiico of
a "riid're which Mai bore me, because
1 ventured at one lime to remonstrate
with liiui for atleiiipling to 'clean tho
frying-pan on my troii-.er leg. A
ro.ir of laiigbier was the re.-ult of tho
'Something occurs to me," sai l tho
Bludeni when we hid once more re
sumed our gravity, "l believe 1 know
where tliere is a white shirt.''
"Where?" came in ail eager chorus.
"Tie! guide thai H'go who took
us up to (i lacier Point yesterday ho
told me lhat.loliii Muir, ibu geologist,
gave lit ill one last spring, lki proba
bly has it yet,"
"Can von get it?" we asked.
"I will trv."
"I think," .said Visalia, knilting his
brows tin I speaking very deliberately,
as if Irving to recall some isolated
fuel from oblivion, "I think I know
where there is a black coat."
We are all attention.
"I saw one," bo continued, "down
at Hutchinson's a few days ago, in tho
cook's room, hanging near the win
dow; I believe 1 can reach it if it ia
"Magnificent!" exclaimed the stu
dent, in utter obtusenesg to tho real
significance of VisaliaV remark ; "all
we want now is a pair of pants."
Jloforc wo went to sleep that night
it was decided that, on the following
day, each man should start out on a
foraging trip, tho results of which
were to be shared equally between us.
To nio was assigned tho duly of 'pro
viding a pair of pantaloons, and my
instructions were to log, borrow,
or steal, but not come back to camp
without them, under pain and penal
ty too originally vicious to mention.
1 succeeded, however, without resort
ing to desperate measures, and'was
tho lirst to get back to camp with my
prize. Mat enmo next with a vest and
a large green necktie, and lastly
Visalia and the stu lent put in appear
ance,each with a bundle of some de
scription tin'der his arm. We compar
ed notes and found that we had
enough to dress one man.
Il is unnecessary to stale whern tho,
articles e.iinu from, or to describe tho
uproarious lime wo lcid that evening
around the lire, relating our foraging
experiences, and try to gel a lit out
of ihe hetrogeneoiis articles wo had
secured. The pantaloons had evident
ly been made for a giant. They came
clear up to lint student's armpits, and
there was then, as be remarked, room
enough lufi in tlieui io accomodate u
bale 'of hay. The shirt it in I vest,
worked very well; bul the coat
.vliKh Visjilia had secured was short
triii I narrow, and absolutely refused io
cover up lite great folds in the volum
inous puilnlooiiH, ami its sleeves did
Hot leach much below the elbow on
the smallest man among us. Taken as
a whole, the outfit looked best on VI
Ktilia, and it was consequently decided
l bul he shout I go in and take the lirst
dance, the rest of us awaiting our
About nine o'clock wo went down
the river and crossed over Ihe bridge
into the town. The hotels ami stores
wcro lighted, bombs were bursting,
and every body in the valley Indians
included was out iu bis best war
paint, and feathers, A temporary
dain iiig Hour bad been laid near one
of the hotels, inclosed by canvas and
evergreens, and a band stationed with
in sent music out into the night to
mingle with the uiurniiir of the wa
le rial Is. We con Id sim) the shadowy
figures of dancers Ihroiuh the can.
va, ami hear the palter of little feet.
What made il all really unbearable
was Hid discovery that, the town was
full of swells, in I'law-haiiiuicr coats
and kid-gloves, who were going in
and out from the dancing room, and
in iking themselves merry with young
ladies on whom wo believe.! wo had a
Visalia was, however, equal Io tho
emergency. He took our blessing and
left us, disiippe iring through the door
of ihe tent. For half an hour our
suspense was fearful, ami then a bag
gy shadow Hilled pat on the canvas,
and then we knew Visalia had found
-a partner. A lew moments altcrward
lie made bis appearance, looking sav-
tgo ami ucspcratc.
"What Is iho matter?" wo asked.
"Nothing, nothing," ho replied, "il8
Mir turn next, 1 believe, Governor,"
Iressing the student, und hu began
llvesl himself of coat and vest us
dly as possible.
t figure cut by the student when
nv iinniied the garment which
us, threw him was something in-
ut th'1'1' 'uvu n,!Vt-'1' been able to
-id how be hud the moral
0,"y i go liiiothu ball room, and
tho son ojouul for il on iho mippo
wasnotiho did not know what ft
day'i rai' Violin forgot his III-
pnrtecl vc. ltttII,t HitHcred as wo
.1 since. Tbti student,
CAI110 HULLKTIN: SUNDAY MOUN1JW, FEBRUARY 13, 1881.
however, was not to be dismayed.
lie threw himself into tne breach, and
wo lost sight of him. Wre imagined
that wo heird a siuothere I laugh as
be p.rc 1 through the ilmr, but wo
forgive tho claw-hammers, knowing
that nothing human could bear tho
sight unmoved. We could hear, how
ever, from our po-itioii outside, that
tho litter which greeted his enlranco
gradually grew into a laugh, and wo
were in iiuuiieiUnry expectation of
seeing an animated pair of puntalaoiw
bounce out through the open door and
como tearing along through the dark
ness to our biding place among tho
Nothing of tho kind happened, how
ever. The student was made of dif
ferent stu If. Ho bad gone in to have
a dance and he proposed to carry out
llio programme regardless of conse
quences. Marching straight up to
one of tho prettiest girls in the room,
a lovely camper in our neighborhood,
he asked her bund for the set which
was forming, and she promptly roso
and look her place b.:sidu him on tho
floor. "The act of that brave girl," as
the student afterward expressed it,
"should live in history, for it averted
a tragedy. If she failed mo, I had
fully iiuile up my mind to kill every
smirking claw-haiiuner in tho room,
iiiul 1 knew I could count on Visalia
for a helping hand.
When the music started up, wo
could soe fellows slippingout through
the door, holding on to themselves as
though stricken with colic, and a pent
up yell would occasionally ring out
on tho night uir liko aery of agony.
The figure was soon ended, however,
and tho student returned to us Hushed
and happy. It was my turn next. 1
was not jiossesscd of the audacity of
either Visalia or tho student, and
trembled at tho ordeal before mo; but
there was no honorable way out of the
dilemma, as we had entered into a sol
emn compact to stand by ono anoth
er. I declined, however, to don tho
unmentionables in which the student
and Visalia had figured, contenting
myself with tho shirt, coat, and green
My advent in the dancing-room, liko
that of my predecessors, was greeted
with something more than a smile by
the loungers around tho door; but, to
my surprise, tho ill-concealed deri
sion drovo away my timidity anl
filled mo with a species of desperate
confidence. Il excited my resentment,
and enabled mo to understand the in
comprehensible audacity of tho com
panions who had gone in before me.
On reaching tho inner sanctum, my
first encounter was with a charming
creature named Smith. We had made
each other's acquaintance tho day be
fore in under the Nevada Full, and
were on the most friendly terms. Sho
did not even glance at my hrogan
boots, but held outlier hand, with a
bewitching smile : "Why, Mr. Corne
lius, how Into you are!"
"1 had a little business," I faltered.
"What a shame that you should bo
so formal iu Yo-ciuite! Hero is Miss
Nasturtium, who has been looking for
you all the evening."
At this instant Die lady in question
detached herself from the arm of a
claw-hammer, and saluted me.
"Where is Mr. Visalia?" sho asked.
"1 thought 1 saw him hero awhile
"1 really cannot tell you, Miss Nas
turtium," I answered. "I expected to
hud I.iiii here.
"And what has b.icoiuo of tho stu
dein?"chitue.l in Miss Smith, glancing
hastily iiroiiud the room. "1 nave not
seen him for half an hour. And your
friend lias nut put in an appearance
mis evening. 1 thought you lour were
"Mai fell into tbo river on the way
down,", I hl:iinuii!i't!'l, groiiin,' ties,
peralely about for some plausible es
cape from my dileiiima, "and ho bail
lo go back to camp to change his
"Il's funny," siid Miss Nasturtium,
"that Visalia told ine nothing about
that u hi'ii we were dancing together.
Hut I noticed thai he was a little ex
cited." liy this time a little knot of lady
campers had g iihcre i around me, and
1 noticed that soup) of iheut woro ex
changing knowing glances and whis
pering iu a suspicious manner. They
wcro beginning tsee through tho co
operative clothes business.
"Mr. Cornelius," said Miss Smith,
ndvaiicing toward me in a cuquiMtisli
manner, and laying her hand on my
arm, "what a pret ly green ne;ktie you
have on! The hiiideut wore one just
liko it when he was here."
"And what a nice, stylish coat you
have!" chirped in another. "Mr. Vi
salia wore one of the samo cut, and
with the same caudle-grease slain
down lis bud; when wn last had the
pleasure of his company."
"And what a nice " lint I
saw "the jig was up," and did not per
mil M iss Nasturtium to finish her sen
tence. "Jiisten, ladies,
aekiiowie Ige lh.
" I said, "and 1 will
com. The bovs are
oiilsidi) in iliu brush. This suit of
clothes which you sen before you is a
combination allair, and we are trying
to work it on the installment plan.
Think gently pity our nlUiction. Iu
tho linn in of tin best we could do, be
merciful he "
1 wiu never allowed to finish my
speech. A merry oeal of laughter cut
my words short oil, and immediately
there was a rustling and scampering,
am! in less than three minutes u com
mittee of four or five bewitcliingciva
lures stood at on in I me iu nubias ami
wrappers, and sternly dniian led that
I should lead them to the hidden re
treat of my companions.
Kcsislaucc was useless, nnd 1 com
plied. 1 will not tell you ot tho scene
that followed, for 1 cannot, Sutlico
it to say, that llio boys were dragged
from their hiding places iiiuung tho
rocks, anil inarelie 1 into tho ball-room
in all the glory of their mountain at
tire. 1 retained the good clothes,
however, und .lohn Midi's shirt, ami
was happy, lint the claw. hammers
they were tho maddest .fellows you
over saw. Thegii I would hardlv no
tice them, And when "Home, Sweet
Homo" umiuuiicctl that day was break
inguboiii thu brow of old KlCapilan,
we marched oil' up the river, uriu iu
arm, to our e.uiip proud und satisfied
thai for one nUhl at hi-a wo had
been "cocks of the wulk."
- 'O . VJ"'
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Backacha, Soreness of ihe Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Car and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Cars, and all other Pains
No I'n-pnrntiim r ti i urth eiiinls Pt. Jaci.iw On U
a nV-,iir,n'i'('iii. rUt-ap ExUTtuil lU-lutnty.
A trial entails Imt llic r. !ii uriitivi ly trilling outlay
iif SO 4'-ti1, nrnl i v ry imc mhYring with pun
cun have clieuji mi'l .Mlive .roof of iu claims.
bircctliins iu Eleven ljin(,imgi.n.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN
A.VOGELER 6c CO.,
Jtiiltimitrc. Md U. B.M
NF.W Ai KKTISK.MKNTS.
m VU"1 " 8 to Stop. I'l-
lv ''' ' JAildr. 'it DANIEL BEATTY,
Wiitilt:i;tin N. J.
All Onlv Daughter Cured of
Win'!, (leuih wai- liu'icv expected, all reineiliea
liKvli.ir 1'iiled. hi.i1 I'r .l itm wa experimenting
vtllll the mini V lierli- of C.iirutU. he aceiil eiitly
tniiileii preparation whi' li (un it hi only child of
CoN'si mitkin. His rliiM W now in thin country and
rnjii.tihi: the In'"! of h'M'.ili. He lia proved lo the
world that ('osscvition i nn lie po-itively and per
niiciehily cured. Tins Doctor now g ve lliin liecipe
Ireii, only u-kiii'' two three cetil mamps to pay
cn t. . 'I h li- Ib r'. h!i- l itre Night Sweat
Nan-' a ut the siomnrh. tun! will liruuk up a freab
Cold in Iweiiiv lour hours. Add recc Cradilm k A Co.
In:','.' Ilm e SI . Philadelphia, miming thin paper.
l.i'Weit price- e it known
on Itrvech l.onilem,
Kllli-n. und Itetulterw,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
M wr.-Htly re-iiK-H imrij.
' M'hil h I tt 1 1 j for nur New
lllutrutfit ( ..t-tli.r. in. . Iii
.I'OWLLI.A'SfiN'.aas M..-u. . l.ris. i.sn'a M.o.
A MUSICAL WONDER.
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wliic'i w 'i.t yon em i 'f.'fin m t ll m utijf frofmot
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. l'-i U.'. , .rfv,, ! ..',. ittwofhriiutkint,
li, statu St., ChicaKUk
Otituincil lor in w invi iitiotiK. or for Improvementi
mi old urn k; for medical or other compound", trade
ninrkn und lu'ielf. Ckm'ii'h. A i-i-I t-n nu-i. t m , Inter
feruiiee", Ai'.'iilK. SiiIih fur Infringeiiielil", and
nil cii-. H iirii ih,' iiuiliT the I'nii ut I. n uk, prompt
ly iiitenil' il to Invention" that lmvc lieei,
U V I V( ,fr I-1 1 ) n' ""' 1''"''l't 0ffl1' 'y "tub
II I j.I i j v 1 lil'iu mo-t chhc". lie patented by
ii" lleitig oppoKite the f. s. Patent beitartnient,
and eiietigeil in I'atetil hm-iiieHM excliiHively, we CUD
make doner cenrcheH. niul "ectire l'ate'tit" more
liroinptly. and with hrnnder clnim", than tho-o who
ir.' r.'inoie f;oin WiiHliiiurton.
liV I li I V' 'l' your device; we make ex
irnlniitioiiii nnd iuIvIi-c'iih to patentahillty. free of
charge. All correi-ioiideiiii! atrirlly coiilhlentlal .
I'rirei" low, nnd no clniru'e unices I'ntenl in Meritrud.
We rder in Wicdiiiii'toi., to Hon I'ontniiiMiT
Oeneriil 1). M. Key. Itet. I'. D.I'iiwer The (erman
Ainericnn Nalimial Hank, to official- ill the t'. S.
Patent Office, and to Setiatorn und Itcprcneututlve
In (V'tigresH; iiml eiieclally to our dlenln In every
State In the Union nnd in ('imada. AddreM
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opponlte Put nt Ifflr.e. Waahlngton I). (J
1'iKN.f. V. (illAKTON, STOIIY 11. LaDI)
llAl.liKIlT K. PAI.SK.
I. ale ('iimtni"tloiicr of 1'alenl",
P A T E T S
PA INF., CHAFTON & LADI),
A t ttirin-vf nl I. a w nnd Solicitors of An'crltaB and
(uni'Tii H'l iiKi: r, Washington, d. c.
I'riictlee patent law in nil IU branches In the
I'uient Otlice, nnd In llio Miiircnin anil Clrcull
Court" of the I'nlted Stiiten. I'iunihlet eeut free
on receipt of Hump for pontiir
IN 'II! K TWI'.NTV I IUST ANNfAl, STATE-
.MKNT OK Til K KtjT'lTAIU.K LII'K ASSIT
IIANCIC SOCIMTY Ol'TIIK V. H., NUW YOHK,
J AN I' AH I hi. I ssi,
A-netrt, ftll.1"H mi lncri'ii of Three nnd
Three (iiiarter Million Dollar" in IS--0.
Mirnfii". f'.'.".,s.'.".i; nn luereae of Ono and
'1'hree otiartiT .Million Dolturx In lsstl.
New ItiiHliii'Hi. J:l"i lVO.Kor; nu IncreiiKo of Eight
und u hair Million Indium In Mn.
Hick" iiuiniiiiidiiig. SITT.V.iT,To:l; Incretiso over
1SSI, f l.'l,'J.IH.IHS,
A moii n t piild to potlcv holders niul ihelr repru
.,ii.l.ll,.. illirlll.r IKSll. I.TO-J.IKtr.
a iiiieiiil Hiirn iiilur value Iii luilil nil llimirntice la
provhleii for In nil ortlliiury pollclm, in cuho of
T.'.Mt'ii'i,. tSuxliiL'" l'liiid I'ollclea miiv tm terniltiat-
oil ut tlieclofe in certain defined aerludn, on term
more ailvntilngeoiiH than upon any outer piau
ThcHO pollcli' prove more prolll able lo the policy
IIOllllT tlllltl nilV lllll' r nirili i ui-iinni.
Actinil exam jileH can lie fitruiHlieil of ierKonn ho
lug luntireil for ten year", ntul then upon tcriulimt
lug llielrTolllllie I'ollcleK. receiving I'll nil III Homu
ilialaiirea nti I lo Iliu wliiili'iil Ihe premliiniH piild;
In other, neiirlviill.
No techtilciilllleH nor nriliiotiK conilltlonii Iu
pollrv colilrai lH.
I'ollclen become IncitileHtable after having been
In forcii for three. vearc. ( for imrllci'lnra, aee llio
conlriict ll-clf) All "itch tticohlei'tiihle polirlea
will be paid at inntitruy, withiiut, rehule or intere-l
limnedlalelv niter lJi receipt lit I he HocliMy'a of
llciiln New York nf nitiM'uctery iiroofa of ilenth,
together Willi a vnllil at. (I nitl"faclnry dlHcliruge
from tho purlii " In Diterent, nnd wltliout reuiilrliiL'
any tleluy, even for nlxly or ninety day., Hn hna
been the r.iiKton herelofiire.iiiiil in "till iihiiiiI with
The Weekly Bulletin.
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PUBLISHED ON MONDAY
$2.00 Por Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
f ANTIID.-Miinufactniliiir coi.ci in wiintn a
T T liiMiien" man Ii t'nlro. nn I Inevi rj i lly i not ill
reailvtuki'li.i A lew hiiiidied dollar- necennary to
pay lor g iodn on delivery ul.er onlern have been
neeureil for the niiine. (H O per tuontli proil'
guarniit eil, Tin' tiioi-t nenrcliiiig Divc-iigution
nolii itnl. A. h. AKNol.H it fu, corner rlrnt
Street ii 1 1 1 1 liroailway, Ilrooklyn, N, Y.
THE MILD POWER
j lluiiiplireys' Ilomeopathio iiittcili(;g
I'loM'.l ir"iii aiui'ie i-i .ern ii.-e nu enure
mi -Hlnuile, l"rouii(, I'lllelent. a nd
lleliahle, lhe are Ihe only lin illi llnti
i.dn.i. "I to popular in-.
iii;:vhm 'iip-. iioi.it.
Ketera, l oio'e-llon, liilliiiuniatloii", :Sj
orm. W orui 1'i'Vi r t oiiu ( olie, .:'.r
I rt ina ( 'iillc, r 'leeihiiiKof Infunu, '-''
H iirrlii b of hll. Iren or tiliiii". .
Ih .i iileri , oriplng, IdUoii" t ollc,
I lioleru M or li u -. VoiniiiiiK, -
( Oliull. I old. I'.r.ili. llll Ik,
Neiirilllll, loolliM. he. I ni'e.'u'h
uliOII, Hint Inn lie. I iii'ea.'he, . i'. !i
ache", si. k Hi adni In i riH;o, ',". fj
ep. Ill, ldiloll Mollilieh, .
1 1 en ilae
I.Mipiireaeil or I'lilnlol I'erioiin, .-'
i :!. I ", too pi..tui' I'lTlods, .'.'.'.
I I 1. I I null. I oilKh. I '.tlieull I li III lilne,
II. Hull lllieiiiii. 1 . r -: i I.i-. I rupiloii", . ".
I'. Ulirillll'lll.lll, l.tiei'l'i.ill.' I IOII-, ,,'.'i
:'. I i ii r an I uiie. Iml I er, Ahui-h, i
17. I'M.'., Ciiiid or I h'l ilm-'. .
I'.i. I iilarrli ..'Uii' i.r . I , IMIu. ik.i.
". liuoi'lllil t Mil L( tl . v I' ' I I ' ' I. -.. .'
-!. (.elo rill Hi-ldllH . I'l.i - I it i .km L .'"
'.!,. Klillli'V ll.neime. .')
ertinl" lli'lulllt SI'i i I" il'"' II ". I '"
. I riiiuri Weal ..U. iiii'.'ii.. I ..I. f
-!. III.. i.e ot Ihe Id nit, I .Ii . ' . . ' i -1 . 1 "
I'lil-Killi I ill 'H'k' l-l "T "-''lit li lliel.ee.
orsOnd.- Vint Ii f I'hari.'.'. on re.'i III of
l.rlee. Send lor Dr. Iliiiuplirev llook on
III. eM.e, .Vl- , l .1 (' I-' l.l 'O lllll.lruli d
I iniiliijiie, I II I I
A-I'lf'- K-., Iliiniiilireta Hniiii oifiibie
.Med. I n., Hi'.l I iilluii rt.. A i i,tk.
tiiv . l-.Mantri In f and I" nnlnf ill.' 1
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Hold I ylT'i.' -'.-' V. ryuhere. prl. e.J'n j.. t
IW'cj. ', 'i, . I. t-iiri; h .-r,t r,.r i . i 1'. . .. . 4
anil ill iiitt. r i,livl' S. iii wd'erft i ..lii.x Oi'j
bvw luikcii. tudtmnuUiM lur n uf ' .I-, ... .
I ii r 'v V'-i-. Prciiiounra .1 'Ji. r-.i -f i(... I. t.
41 Hit il ' ti tul tin'lliPt tit ttif t I int .- , d .", -
hAt' . 'i A --ti t'i ft; - AKi . i ' a.
W'JS l)R.KU?fE 8GHUr
8"r il" Ha ." . ii. v ,ur9
curt fir iilj. i-VOthkv oi.'i Strr Jrltt i.
ilHIil LIIILI If turll tLt illo I '-I. A" fiJUsn
ttui.ty'$ti. '1 nuiine ai-l litilil b-itt efi' io
ti'.iH' iiu.ihy ..ymi(i T;.r. htitt r.aia-
II II ..i.ru., ..I.Ira.-. I . lis UI IVL' I
1 ArtU Ul'Ul.ui.iirf.ia. J'A. HtrlnucHAliiiruju
Jl POSITIVK CURK
Alilir.nt m-dtdnea. AI.t.AfS f-Ot.rm.R VFTtt.
fMK.lt IMHOlKi. J'tXented OcUiLd 11,
No. I w.ll rr.r-any c"i In f.-ai d i' . or
No. 2 .ll r jre I'll! m'lOlx-t.Iili' .b.,,,.1 nuitr
Of t.o long 'tv.d.'iir.
K.i !,.tji.-.... d.,.r-a of rriti., r.p",i rr o.i of
.:e: ow-d. tMAi r cru.ri I, t r iTie-e i ..p.p. a
y d. uroyiim' Hie roittnoi of in- i...u,'. o. S i
.. rln.'i" or i."uir-iil lnji-i:Uui.i to .r.;ii.c ol;icr
rlo...- c.r ipi;cfloii.
i'ne I- .). hu h nr all ih:i i.i.:-is. or
Cm le i "f r. cetpi i.l j.rn e.
furl !n purl it. m .! f -r ff-x.'tt.
. F.o. 1'. X iS.SC J i..U.U'.iog i. -if,',l,
Vt c i.i! r IV.D r-; I for m;y c-if t!,. j viilt not
Vi iii V aali at.d nur.- cure.
1 orl o! - -1 - -it - i. !- . to. : r
a t Ir. i.l r i . i . . ! ii..-.
think' f rtt , M ui, tint
may prme l':i "teiitiltiK-'tofo' to a III., i.f .'ii i
Ill" i-pel illl 1 .pt.-J toll 'io I, v r. 'i. !o I
the foot "I I'"- lull. A ! r. M. Inl si.,
tireeuiti.li Siieet, New York.
rc-T'iiiTT'irrnno t- r-.t r-' -'
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ll I 'II t ' O V I' I. I' J'''' " I ' '' -I'M
M '' (..l.f II ill.HH.Al. l.NBilll IK, 1 1 .HUMS
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l'i. I. K
UkDicm mi m m mi ui
i 11 5 I'.r.V. if V n
Si-nil niim. f .r r,Ul..r'i".
IUtl'3,Sli"tiiHi. Htuiv"r.iiiul.u.a. t'iri'immiica
ltrecrh-l oadlrg Mint t!nn. f I" to D'n.M.' f4
tiuti. It iCi. Sii;i-I"(iii'n. I '''o.'!- lllll. ,!
;.'. ItetolviT".! tol. M ti If'T Ire- UM-irat.-l
'ataloa-'i-. .iav.l' tot-clLUS OL.S ttoUUS,
kly it'."t.t i.'ii. li- t . , '-v In it y
, f 'ltf r'liN, N .ti k.L
w At.ii,. Ill Mr .. ir, , V,,.fc.
THE FAMILf HAND BOOK !
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II. I -P- ' " I I ini,.rv M-' Mo. .. V.t.M .f, ,t Ii,
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I'milti. mid I'rnii'ii.'il I'li'irini. . .1. A.M.i., v. i en.v
CO. .luuikcm A; loukei, i.J Ljo'Iuuim p.,,, v. ,s, ii Vurk.
MUSTACHE AND WHISKERS.
S Sl'1.1 IHC MHill'IM.
Tlielinal Ivnul'nli I KADK MARK
lii'iiirilv. an il 11-
falllng cure for
Si iniiml Weaknenn
hper m a I orrhoen,
luipoleiii y, and all
ilin'iinea that liil
Inw nn n roti-e-oiieiire
Before Takiug m"m h ! u n iv
lanHllude, iiili' 'n the back.
a iiie: an ion" o av.i
.... w j
II II I , . I -III .s.
dim. .t c, . hi. . -
in... ..rvl.l ..noiium old nee ailUJ i.UHU.
and many other dineanen Unit It nil to Innaiilty or
conntinipliiin nnd a preinulure grave.
Kill I pnrllrulur" iu our piimplilet, which ttn de
aire In "end tree by mall In every one. The npu
t.lHc mi'ill. Ine h nold bv nil ilrui'gl'ln at ?l per
package, nl.x foi f."i, or will be l eni Iree by mall on
receipt of thu money by aildrennlng 'I II K ( i IIA Y
MEDK'INK CO., No.S Mecbunlcn block, Iletroit
Mich, Nold In Cairo by Ihirclny llron., I mil 0
Hcliuh and (ico. K. O'llura.
A tilt NTS.
v Yolirnelten hy Imiii In -r limn
ley win n ii golden chance la
(illcreil, llietehy nlwuya
keeping t'overiy 'from your
(lour. Those who iilwnva
lnke adviiiiliii.'e of the good
chunccn for mtikllig money Hint nicoirered, gelieml
ly become wealthy, while thonc who ilo not Iln
prove nucli chance ri'hialu In povertv, We Want
many tneti. wolneii, luivnnuil eirln lo ilo work Ionia
right In llieir own tocallllcn', Tim liiinlhena will
nay moru thatt 1- n tiuien nrillliury wngen. We
fu nil nh nn i'Xii'haeiivu niiiilt imif nil Ihnl yon
need Ircu. No one who engage full to ninkii
money raililly. Vinii nii devote yctir whole tlmu
to till) Work, or oi.lv viuir "nine motiieiitn. full
Informntlon timl nil thai ta nepiled netit five. Ad
dri'an HTINSO.N x, CO., I'ortlund. .Mulne,
CF.LAT ttmtRN JiwrClIlt V.'OBS,
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