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THE DAILY CAIRO DULLKTIN: SUNDAY MOHNIMi, FEBRUARY 13, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
IVIRT MOHNINO (MONDAY! lICfTEU).
Only Morninir Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'Al'KR or CITY AND COCNTV
1 ,rgnt Circulation of nny Uuily in
THE HIGHWAY COW.
The line of hrr lildn w -adiukv lirown
Hit UhIv I.' m ! her u k wan nil in,
Olio Imrn i'lr.i'it up mnl thn oiIiit down,
Hho iT-i Lit"! of vhmii ami I. mi; of Inn I,;
Vl'ltll II It I ' I n i 1 1 . J .11,. I H.I. oil .: II 111)1 luil.
And ill). tho low,,, uf h liuiuo-iiiadc pall.
Many a mailt T I I h'T old lio.ty wear:
sii'i luii ix'.'.i i uh-i-i lui mi unugi knonoi
On in-niv a i jr lini nuti. y hair
W.iilu ciow no more whercnurftlt hid growl-
M my i.i-iiniii', I'.irliiiK mini
11- I iff L upm l.ci a Luting ijiul.
JIny ml many i irrll.nlmM 'nnt
,M inv a tn n-Ki'.it of pi'Miiv mill.
A 1 1 many ,i '.mi'i'I. mnftl) ihiuwn,
ll:'i iT.iintlii iiir i -mm mini liovnir yif;
dr In, I lmii:i'l"'l nlf from lirr lion)- had.,
V nil it uulftu like i tin K'iiiiiiI if a rillc era. k.
II any day had tio pawd In thn pound,
Km' Ii'Iiihk Ik'i n'lf tn hi' i iiciirhhnr'. corn.
limy a cowardly nir awl hound
Had Ih'imi imiitflivil on her crumpled horn;
Many a t-n-pot and nM lln f :t 1 1
11 Ujo Uiiucr Imi) .i tied in in r time-worn talL
Old Pr.vnn Orav win a plum man,
Though Hiiiiii'innt tfin .t il to lie profane.
When many h wcny inilr he ran
To drlye dor nut nr his growing Brain,
Hharp pranks 0" uscil to play
To ip't her till and to get away.
Bins anew when tlii drvr.ri went to town,
Sin- wisely watched hln; when he wuul tT
II" never pissed her v. U Imiil a frown
Anil an evil i; Irani In irh angry fyc;
Tin wniilil crura Ins whip In a turfy way
Ami drive along In lilt "one-horse liny."
Thm at till hnmritra I ln IotciI to rail.
Lifting hl li.u i with her mutinied liorn;
Ninthly vallni; Im garden wall,
II lilnir herself n hlHKiamllng corn,
Fating hln riihhai?. h nnr ly one.
Hurrying home when her work was done.
Open the dr.ir.iri houM'waril rami
M ii in hi i Mir a h vi ii 0 i roin i hit hniisp of prayer
JJ'h hoi''fii( lent In a irainpill frame,
In soul i nlm i 1'ie evening ir,
Hit f.iri'hi' n n stnontii ni a writ-worn plow
'l oli Mil In In ganliMi that highway row.
UH human pai ilotn .ti- ipil 'k to rlin,
Ainl slrlillutf f irth with a nav.igo ri y,
With fury h!..ii'i! triun li ilh ln nyr,
As lig'itnliivi lla-h In a unini.H'r sy:
lt"i'W'V a nl Ti'ihl'-r tiW t ir woiM'l Klovr.
Ana atlfr ttw cum ore lit wntiM go,
OTfrtho g:i"itin ronn.l iuil rouml,
llri-aklug hln ;.c.irau. npplu tii'm;
Tr.iiniil'ig hn i,iiin lo.. tho rruuuiL
IIHTlllllllllg I.X hlVl tllf M'(.;
Jz-avlnij him niigri hii.I lnnllv Btung,
V la III ii,; ttii! i.l.l I'uw'j nrrk was wiung
Th moMM gr'.y on th panlrn wall,
Thn yart wnnt ly v.itli tiirlr work and play
Tun li.iyn or tho vlllagi- grnw hlrongaml tall,
Ami thn gray haui 'l lai mnrt poAsed away
):i hy on., in ihn ir. havi-1 f ill,
llul luo highway row inullvrij tnnm all.
All partlilv r rra'tiroi must hare their day,
Anil M.nin urn t h ivn ihrir iiiouihi and years:
Boinn In living will l'inuu"iav,
Thr-ro u a m:i x to all rarrnra.
Anil thn Inglnvay row all mt was slain.
In running lauo with railway Uaiu.
AM Into plrres nt last 'ie wont,
,)ut lur t,ii ii '.vingH luiiikt nhrn Ihny fall!
Dili of Ihn woi II -ho iv is i.wlltly unit,
l.l'.th' .w loft I. nt h.-rol.t biiiuipy tall.
Tim f.irin-r'a r,i u l l li n l ganli-ns now
Aio lu'inli i n i in n is ,y tho h ginvay cow.
Kuiim T, iiiiyt
i iiiST (;kam ijall in voskmhi:.
' AVc wcrrr f:miipil on tlto bank of (tie
Jlcrrctl river, ulimit n milo nbuvo tin;
.hotels in tin; Yosoiuiie Valley. There
were four of m Mullicw, a inan from
ViMiliu, n iiniveisiiy t-tinlenl. and tlic
writer. Mailnnv ami I were traveling
eonniunioiH. We liad siarieil alon
from the City f Onks, had caiiiietl
and cool. ed t'i;:iMlit:r, foiitilit ino-ijui.
I net! at (iiiivhoii, kwiiiii lliu slmilis of
tint San .luiHjiiin, and sweltered in
unison upon il.e l'tchI alkuli plains be
loro i-etiolii ii'r lln; eooliiiir Siernt. Tlnj
man tro;n iili.t and the hlmlent had
joined us in lln; valley, and together
we dwelt in harmony in two canvas
tenls beside the river, mid in front of
the iM'eat YiM'mile fall.
All in all, wu were very h:iiiy.
Alnive ami below ns mi the river
ere caniif:rs from San .lose, Stockton,
and other parts of the Siaie, and in
every camp e.wpt oiirown thern w;is
a pietly iil. Tin; valley teemed
with I lcbes in lildiuiiers, :uii a j-l I it;r
:iew never Haked lliuocl s ni' tli.tL
will piiiadi-e, T;.ey llirled, rodo
iisll'ide, raced and lumliled about on
the oroiiii i like l.ilien-,iini then; wan
Jin dare-di vil t.'nierpriM! loo spicy for
them. At niulil liiey would some
I i i no s inv. lib: iuir camp en iu;i-e, and
the .iindrni w is in h.s onrv. eb:td
II jmiiar, and cmild -in. and posses-etl
it l.n.nliy ol in lUint; love to four or
live j-iris til iln; linie whiih filled lln)
man iruiii Visaiia an I the wiMer witli
l or ten days our felicity was com.
Jilele. These Here in tho ijoo I old
Lines, when Inn out; wajjoii road led
into Yo-cinile Valley, and when .1
whilo shirt w.is a i.arily and a Sarato
ga trunk a Kicrileoy. Men went to
Yosemiti! to oi't riil of ihe sinoke and
tho lioiso ol the city, and to free
themselves for a season from the con
venlionalit'.es of society. In huyo
lioolsnnd blue shirts, tinsbaven ami
tirisborn, 1 hey stool face to face with
nature, ami went away bclier men for
Hip interview. The-edays werccoinin?;
to in end, hov ever. A new waon
roan leading iuio ihn valley wasobotit
to be opened, mi l we were destined to
M'ilnevs the imui 'iiiaiion of 11 new
era. i'ashioii and dress and the frivol
ities 0 conventional life were to in
vade nature's l ist stronghold and take
It was thought, however, by tho
residents iiml pleasure. seekers in the
valley, that this was a (it subject over
which lo rejoice, and u day was fixed
for a grand turn-out und celebration,
to be, trowued in the evening by a
dam e at ono of the hotels. Lvcry
cnie was Invited to participate, and u
flutter of iilciMimbli; expectanry
reigned in lln; various camps. Wo
were the only exceptions. On tho
evening before the celebration we sat
nrountl the ciunptiie-all four of us
Hileni and k1"""1)'. Tho river ran
Riiyly past, and thn last rayB of tho
beltino; nun lit up thn (Treat fall, which
Iiuiik like a Koblen cloud against tho
wall of rock above us. The voices of
liapjiy Btritj-obrs could he heard,
laughing uu i caroling through tho
val,ey,and everything seeuied out of
tune with our dejected spirits. The
fctudent, who was the saddest man of
the lour, was the lirst to break tho sU
"Well, boys," he remarked, "in tho
ianguago of an eminent divine, 'what
arc you going to do about iti" The
Hiagceamu in this afternoon loaded
down with kid-gloved kucIIs from
ban Francisco and Sacraiiiento, and a
new batch will doubtless bo in to
morrow. They w ill probably try to
make tho ball to-morrow evening
hiicIi u high-toned ull'air that a mail
without a whi.o shirt and a calf-skin
gaiter will bland no chance."
If I win Governor of California,"
said Vim 1 in, "1 would demolish every
wagon baling into the valley, i
would make it 11 penal offense lor a
man lo In ing in a Saratoga trunk, and
1 would sentence any mail who should
mention or wear or ever make any
reference lo a white shirt, whilo in
this valley, to eat Mai's biscuits lor
Mat, who was slicing a hido of ba
con at the time, (juicily wiped his
kuileon llio leg ol visalias panta
loons, but said nolhing.
"io the girls know our situation?"
"Xo, but they take it for granted
that wo will be at the dance," twi
bwercd tho student. "They are all
going; but I doubt not, from certain
little asides 1 heard to-day, that they
an) neirly as troubled about this sub
ject of tlrcns as wo are."
"A girl docs not need any clothes,"
blurted out Visalia, ''or at least a
ribbon, a spray of fern, or something
of thai kind is all that is necessary lo
make her look charming ; but look at
lis;". ni I he glanced around the circle.
And, indeed, wo .were a hard-looking
net. With slouched bats, gray shirts,
and biogin boots, with faces unshaved
mid the dirt and iltist adhering to us,
w e looked like pira'.cs. A familiar way
that Mai had of wiping things oil on
ns was also beginning to show its ef
fects upon our persons. The student
had throe distinct impressions of the
bottom of the coll'ee-pot in the mid
dle of his back, and 1 was literally
painted. This was in consequence of
a grudge which .Mai bore me, because
1 ventured at one lime lo remonstrate
witli Ii ini tor attempting lo clean the
fryiug-pan on my troiws leg. A
roar of laughter was the result, of tho
Something occurs to iiie," sai l tho
student when we It id once inure re
sumed our gravity, "l believe 1 know
where there is a w hite shirt."
"Where?" came in an eager chorus.
'The, guide-lieu Dago who took
us up to Glacier i'oiul yesterday ho
told me that John Muir, Ihe geologist,
gave li i 111 one last spring, llo proba
bly has it yet."
"Can vou get it?" we asked.
"I will try."
"I think," said Visalia, knitting hii
brows an I speaking very deliberately,
ns if trying to recall soine isolated
lac 1 from oblivion, "I think 1 know
where there is a black coat."
We are all attention.
I saw one," lie continued, "down
nt Hutchinson's a 'few days ago, in tho
conk's room, hanging near the win
dow ; 1 believe 1 can reach it if il is
"Magnificent !" exclaimed the stu
dent, in utter ohtiiscness to the real
significance of Visalia's remark; ul 1
we want now is a pair of pants."
llefbro we went to sleep that night
it was decided that, on the following
day, each man should start out on a
foraging trip, the results of which
were to he shared equally between us.
To inc was assigned the duty of pro
viding a pair of pantaloons, and my
instructions were to bcr, borrow,
or steal, but not come back to camp
without them, under pain and penal
ty too originally vicious to mention.
I succeeded, however, without resort
ing to desperate measures, and was
the first 10 get back to camp with my
prize. Mat came next with a vest ami
a large green necktie, mil lastly
Visalia and the slu lent put in appear
ance, each with a bundle of some de
scription under his arm. We compar
ed notes and found that we. had
enough to dress one man.
J I is unnecessary to state where the
articles came from, or to describe the
uproarious lime we had thai evening
around the lire, relating our foraging
experiences, and try to get a tit out
of llio hetrogeiieous articles we had
secured. The pantaloons h id evident
ly been made for a giaiu. They came
clear up to the student's armpits, und
there was then, as he rem irked, room
enougli left, in them to accomodate a
bale of hay. The shirt mid vest,
worked very well; but the coat
whii h Visalia ha 1 secured was short
and narrow, and iibnilntcly refused to
cover up the great folds in the voluui
iuoiis puitalo his, and its sleeve, did
not leiuli much below ihe elbow on
the smallest, man among us. Taken as
a whole, the outfit looked beat on Vi
salia, and it was con-eii;ently decided
that he shoiil I go in an I take Ihe fir si
dance, the re-t of ns awaiting our
About nine o'clock we went down
the river and crossed over the bridge
into the town. The hotels and stores
were lighted, bombs were burning,
an I every bo ly in the valley Indians
included was out in his best war
paint and feathers. A temporary
ilan ing Hour had been laid near one
of Hit; hotels, inclosed by canvas and
evergreens, and a band iation-d with
in sent uiu.-ii'. out iii'to the night to
mingle with the murmur of the wa
terfalls. We could see the shadowy
figures of (ianeers through the can.
va, and hear the palter of litt le feet.
What made il till really unbearable
was the discovery I hat I he town was
full of swells, in 1 law-hammer coats
nn I kid-gloves, who were going in
and out from the dancing room, and
nuking themselves merry with young
ladies on whom we believed we had a
prim try claim.
Vbalia was, however, equal 0
emergency. He took our idessing und
left us, disappearing through the door
of the lent, for Half an hour our
suspense was fearful, and then a bag
gy shadow tinted pas l on the canvas,
and then we knew Vis ilia hail found
a partner. A lew moments afterward
tie made, his appearance, looking sav
age and desperate.
"Whal is the matter?" wo asked.
"Nothing, nothing," he replied, "its
your turn next, I udiove, Guvcinuf ,"
ad dressing the student, and he began
lo divest himself coal and vest us
rapidly as possible.
Tlic figure cut by the student when
lie had tionncd the garmenls which
V isalia threw him was something in
duscnbahle. I have never been able to
umterslaud how he had llio moral
courage lo go inn. that ,.oom) UM,i
can only account for it uu tho mppo
Ritlon that be did not know what a
fright ho was. Visalia forgot his ill
humor and lay down on the ground to
laugh, and M tt and I snlVered as wo
never stillered since. The student
however, was not lo bo dismayed.
JIo threw himself into tne breach, and
we lost sight of him. Wo iunir'iiicd
that we lie ml a smothered lauli as
he pas-e 1 through the door, but wo
forgave tho clavv-hai ers, knowing
thai nothing human could bear tho
sight unmoved. We could boar, how
ever, from our podtioii outside, that
the tiller which greeted his entrance
gradually grew into a laugh, and wo
were in' momentary expectation of
seeing an animated pair of pantalaous
bounce out through the open door and
coino tearing along through the dark
ness lo our biding place among tho
Nothing of the kind happened, how
ever. The student was mado of dif
ferent stuff, lie had gone in to havo
a dance and he proposed to carry out
the prograiuiiio regardless of conse
quences. Marching straight up to
one of the prettiest girls in the room,
a lovely camper in our neighborhood,
ho asked her hand for the set which
was forming, und she promptly roso
and took her place b'sid; liiui 011 tho
floor. "The act of that brave girl," as
the student afterward expressed it,
should live in history, for it averted
a t raged v. It she tailed mu. 1 had
fully mule up my mind to kill every
smirking claw-hammer in tho room,
and I knew I could count on Visalia
for a helping hand.
When the niiiaic started up, wo
coul I see fellows slippingout through
the door, holding 011 to themselves as
though stricken with colic, ami a pent
up yell would occasionally ring out
on tho night air like a cry of agony.
Tho figure was soon ended, however,
and tho sludent returned to us flushed
and happy. It was my turn next. I
was not possessed ot the audacity ol
either Visalia or tho student, and
trembled at tho ordeal before mo; but
there was no honorable wav out of the
dilemma, as we had entered into a sol
emn compact to stand by one anoth
er. I declined, however, to don the
unmentionables in which tho rtudcni
ami Visalia bad figured, couteiiting
myself wilh the shirt, coat, and green
My advent in the dancing-room, like
that of my predecessors, was greeted
wan something more than a smile by
the loungers around the door; but, to
my surprise, tho ul-concealctl deri
sion drove away my timidity an I
filled me with a species of desperato
confidence. It excited my resentment,
and enabled me to understand tho in
comprehensible audacity of tho com
panions who had gone in before inc.
On reaching the inner sanctum, inv
first encounter was with a charming
creature nameu Ninth. He had made
each other's acquaintance tho day be
fore in under the Nevada Fall, and
were on the most friendly terms. She
did not even rglanco at inv brogan
boots, but held out her hand, with a
bewitching smile : "Why, Mr. Corne
lius, how late you are !"
"1 had a litilo business," I faltered.
"Whal a shame that voii should bo'
so form tl in Vo-emitc! Here is Miss
Nasturtium, who b is been looking for
you all the evening."
At this instant ihe lady in question
detached herself from the arm of a
claw-hammer, and saluted me.
"Where is Mr. Visalia?" she asked.
1 thought I saw him here awhile
I really cannot tell you, Miss Nas
turtium," 1 answered. "1 expected to
find I. nn here."
"And what has become of tho slu
den 1?" chimed in Miss Smith, glancing
hastily around the room, "i nave noi
seen him for half an hour. And your
friend has not put in an appearance
tins evening. 1 thought you lour were
Mat fell into the river on the way
down," I stammered, groping des
perately about for some plausible es
cape from my dilemma, "ttnd ho bad
to go back to camp to ch urge his
"It's funny," siid Miss Nasturtium,
"that Visalia told mi; noi hiug aliout
that when wo wer' dancing together.
Iut I noticed that hi! was a little ex
ly this lime a' little knot of li.lv
campers had gatnere i around ine, and
I notice I that oiii ; of them were ex
changing knowing glances and wdiis
pering in a sii-p'eioiis manner. They
were liegiiining t,, w;r! iir,nigli the co
operative clothes business.
"Mr. Cornel in-," said Miss Smith,
advancing inward 1110 i 11 .1 coquettish
manner, and laying her hand on my
arm, 'what a pretty green necktie you
have on! The stu lent wore one just
like it when he was here."
"And whal a nice, stylish coat vou
have!" chirped in another. "Mr.'Vi
salia wore one ot the same cut, and
with the same caudle. grease stain
down its back when we last had the
pleasure of his couip mv,"
"And what a nice " t I
saw -the jig was up," and did not per
nut M iss Nasiurtiuiu to linish her sen
tence. "Listen, la lies," I said, "ami I will
acknowledge ih.; coin, The bovs are
outside in the brush. This suit of
clothes which you seo before you is a
eoiuiHiiatioii all iir, and we are trying
to work it on the installment phiu. -
Think gently pity our allliction. in
the name of Ihe best, we could do, be
merciful be "
I wai never allowed to finish my
speech. A merry peal of laughter cm
my word, short oil, and immediately
there was a riisilin; and scampering,
and in less than three miuutci a com
mittee of four or live bewiichiiigcrea
tures slood around me in nubias nml
wrappers, and sternly demanded that
1 should lead them to Ihe hidden re
treat of my companions.
Itesiblanoo was useless, and I com
plied. I will not tell you ot the kcuue
that followed, for I cannot. Sullicii
it to say, that the boys were dta.'geil
from their hiding places an g'lhe
rocks, and marclie I into the bad-room
in all the glory of their iiiounliin at
tiro. 1 ret ained the good clothe
however, and John Midi's shirt (uui
was happy. Hut the claw. hummers
they were tho maddest fellows you
over saw. Thegirl would hanllv im.
tico Ibeiu. And when "llouin, Sweet
Homo" announced th itday wa- break
ing about the brow of old Kl (JaiiiV in
wo inarched oil' up Ihe river, 11,1,1 in
arm, lo our c mip proud ami Kiii,iiu,
that for one night m Icasi, wu hid
boon "cocks of 1 ho walk."
Heuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Sorenoss of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No rrrpnriitii.n mi earth n, lints St. Jacob Oil!
R oyV,nr'-,ir;.'.'u!i. rhrnp Kxtcnml lU'nii-.ly.
A ti ml ciitn.ls 1, in ihe ,., in.iinit,vi ly tntiitiir outlay
of .10 ri'iits-. nn. I cv, ry one nidcnntr with pain
uui nave 1 iicnji nini .saive priml ol 1U.CIUIIU.
Mrecti.itis In Kli'Vcn IJiinrtiuKi-ii,
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jii.oh 1 1 . 1 ' in 1110M iit-ri., he tiati'titi-il hy
ut. Ili'ihi! rippnniii- lln- I ', s. I'atriit Ih-OHrtinriil,
ui.u I'lifiiL-i ii in riiTi'in iitinii 1 -rr I'xrnif ivi'iv. we can
tnako i loeer n un I. on. ainl lo'diro I'utriite timre
pruinpti), ami with iireiiip'r 1 .aline, than ttiueu wio
ar" ri'Mooi- initn ii-i iic'ton.
I VVKVTlHf"1"1 ,' h ni,l,l'-l "rekntch t
lil li I 'Hi' vulir ilevifc ; makl! ix-
aniihiitii.ti" anil iiiv-i t., pati ntnhllliv. free of
rnargr. All rorn-'.poinlri.ri. etr rt v cohfli cntlal
I'rin-e low. ntiil en rleir'i- i ri I -h riiU.'iitle erriirud.
Ac r.fir 111 Wi.-liii,.'i,iii, in Hon I'oetmaMiT
oi hi riii 11 ,m. hoy. ifov. r . I) I'owrr The (term in
Aim rii an Natloi.al ll itik. to olllrlaln In tile l,T. S.
I'Bti iit OlIUo. anil to Si iiiitora anil Itoprmoiitntlvi'ii
In ('"iiiti'sh ; Hint i'pi'rii,;iv lo our - u-n 1 m In crurT
U I .1... I '..I !... 1 1 . J
n.ni'. in no 1. oniii (tun in i annua. AUtirrpj
C. A. KNOW Ac CO.
Otipo llr I'at lit (iflirn, WaiililntJton I). C
III. N.I. F. ( J II A K'l'i IN,
I. llio ('l.lll!lll"lOotll
Stoiiv It. Laih)
r of I'ati ntc,
I' A T U N T S
I'AINi:, CHAFTON k I.AHI),
Allortion' ut l.uw Hint s..lilii,rH nf Anirkaiaini
ri.ro l'Ii I'Hl.'t. In
H.'r lrTII STKKKT, WASlIINti'I'tlN. I). C.
I'rurt il imlrnt law In nil lln I, randies In tin,
1 un til (Wire, liiui in Uui Minrelhe ami rirrull
( Ollrtn ot the I tillell Stlit.-H . I'lllll illlll t lU.'tlt fn.'U
ou reri'ipi cii hi fi in ji lor piiftn
i. nil'. I vv I. I I 1 I li si ANN (A I. STATU-
.MKNT (K 'I II K lriTAIIUi I.IKK ASSU
KANCK SOCIKTV OK Til K V. S.,.NKV YOltK,
J A MA III li-t, ism,
1, i'!i. '"ii'i'Ti'ifi' of Tliren
i ni".- oiiuri.-r .uui. iii inui.ir. n, K,srii
Three oiinrter .Million liollnn. In ismi
iirn 'ii". . ' .S...1 nn lin-r....-., ..r
.M'W IIUHlliei-, l.i l.ll.wir,; Hl Ihl70inil of Klltht
unit ii hull' Million liollnn. I ss m" or r'wl1
iwi'Mfr. '.'!! ,ITU'' WWAti- hierea-i) over
,nr- ., 1 .1,.. ill. l"
He li tut I yen iturliiif vi. i Ifn'ett. 1
Amount iiiiiu to t'hin v hi 1 1 r in,. i ii... i.
A llheral Hiirreinler value In up 1i)Hnrn nru In
pniviiieil inr ill il l oiuuiliry )M: i h, cUhU Of
I I O il IF .
Toiitlun HiiVllifH I'uiid I'nlleien ,liiiv lie tennltllit'
eil at tliiiein.e in i eriinii ilellned . rloil-. on tertni
more III1.I.O ..!.' ihiiii upon any nihrr uliiti'
inei-epoii. i. -,.i, no more prolltnhle lo thn poll,..
Iiolilortliuiianyoih. rlorm m In.iiraiiei. 7
Actual exBiiiplri. can he lnri,i.i,., ul p,,,,nn In..
" I'"","''.';,1 ", '.'I ;','!"'; ""'I "" ion trrmlnat.
niUlio .. ....... . "in lep, rereivillU rilKll III po,,,,,
Itistanrei" eittu lo Ihe whnleui llio r iiilliiun Intlil'
In olhora. nelllh nil 1
Nil (eeiinleillllli a
nnr niiliiniin I'lindltloni,
iiollcv r iintriii'tN.
I'nllcle" tiei'ouie Ihr.ititeritiihle niter Inivlnu I n
III form for three yearn. I I'nr )iurl Ii-iOih-h, huh tin'
rilllirnoi II-'" I ; .il ru. n llie.iilll'HT,,, IMlll,.,,,
will nn pain in iiiiiiuriiy, w iiiioui reiiale of Ititcrext
IIIIIIO'OOII.IT n.o inuiririp III Hie ISnCletVN llf
tin' III New York f nut i h 'm torv prnurn of'ileitlh
toL'iulier Willi a valid anil toil I f irloi o ,iui .'
frnin the iurtlen In liilerer-l. mid Hiihonl reiililrliiu I
nny tlelay. evun for clxty or nlin tv iiayn, Hk han
ihtu iii" i nr lo'riiiouiro, nun ll .i,,, )rt,,ll Willi
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED Oat MONDAY
$2.00 For Annum
Tho Weekly Bulletin.
N K W A I) VK ll'I'I S K .M li N TS .
r.N"l'i:t). Vnnnl'nr.iiirlia' rniin in winitu n
T liii-llieH mall 1 11 ( nlro, un I Inn very city unit ill
reinlv t iki 11. 1 A Irw liiiiiilicil ili,liur iiereiiiiry to
pny for y n. its nn delivery nl'.er nnler luive lii'en
Hciiircil lor the Hiihie, l.'(l per tuiinlli prullt
giiar.int 'cii, 'I'lin tnoi't eiireiitii ltivcMtio,aOoii
niliiltid A. s. AltNot.H .k to, corner fim
htrei l 11111I llroiidwiiy, Jtronklyn, N, V.
THE MILD POWER
iluiiiiihreys' Homeopathic fcjnecilics
I'roM.I fr..in miii'le e.erli nn inilrM
sii.es .. Mni.le, I'riimiil. V llleleiil. iiml
Kelinlile, lle v lire the ol.lj lln .lu'illi'.l (
.1 1 .1 .-. I 1., ,.. .puliir use,
l.lsl I'lllV'll'.u. SOU. CC!-. I'lllCK. t
I. Fcer., i'"nest..u. Inlliiiiiniiitl.uis, :"i t
1(. nriiiN. Worm l ever oi in 1 oil.'. l &
!. ( r inn ( olio, or TeeihliiK of Inruiiii. i
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m - I'vseniery. nrliin, nilii.us i ollc, - ..i fj
B . liuleni Slorhu., omioii, - - .Vt
i- 'uulM, Cul.l, Hn.iirhllln, - - . . H
a S. .'iir.illii, IooiIih, ho, I iM'ea.'he. .r. 5!
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o. iiiiiresei or I'nliif ul IVrimla, . ,j.
iniin, in. . i.n.riiH i'l iii.iis . .
..(. rroiiii. Couch. I'lllieiili In. m'l lii;',
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:,. file., liini'i o, in,-, .nn . . . Q
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11, ni.ni.e ol the U.'iiir, i n, il, in, ,ii. I....
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. .r sine !e ill I r.-o i.r i h.ir i.. .in n ioi of
l.rlee. N'li.l f r llr. Iluiiiihre ll.ioVl fill
lllsea.e. .1c . i ! 0 I..UI hi, fcl.) Illunlr Ull li
I Ul'lloillie, I It I I..
A . I I c- , M iiirev loiieniii ihle
KJ. ( o., 1U' inlluii ist., s. ti kurk.
t.: -1 . ! in t r Ih f amiisaninfiillil hi
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
(old t-Jr'L''::-rv. ryu-iierc. I'rl.e I'1' -,t
prM M.yi:. 1 1. S.c.:l. ,B.'i;t i , 1" ,i ,
ml ill ml', r ts,'iyl'.!. ni o-.fl. r.': r... :.,x jei,
kt I'ui&utj, olUii,ttiiutunrol".li.(ii ii4.''
'iti in Ui
w ii !:iEi'rn
M irtvUrm ,ui .. ..
n'ln ff'trit fin':.'?
DR. KLINE S CHEAT
Nf Ftiyc kicrniirB
r nil I'.K.IN A l K 1.I.I.K-. n
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Isrl LO.I ( ;f In. n iu .lis, .-i. A' f,ltjr;.f
tnulny tutr. 'Ik.Uim- sm (. tril tiottl!tri
1 1 41 . HU,lhrT ini.v in.'. i;.t"S-4e. KVrwl nain
I'. II. 1 hit... .'r. i.i K I IN Id i. I
Tni'dMm. At.T.A ws cm T-tif ur.
On-h x iiurnn-a o ioir n, j
So. I ;llcr.ri anyvr In f .nr rin or ,-.
Vo.J .ll r'ire Ho- m looti:,tr.. uMUT
Of luive I'.rir u-ii.-.. '
So ni.,yii .1,., of ruVlKi, roi.Tiit.i nr oil of
Vti 1 ., l:m are reru.u I r ...u. - Is ..,, ,
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aririL'..-oriHir.iii;. :.i n,j,;ctio.. w t.r-iuic uu,-t
t rt'ci. r.ii ,,.i vi r.s.
Pre.; I. i-.il II y ALL I'ISri,i;!- IS, or
Bli..' I ' r, rn;,i, I.rii r.
tut t-f h. r r rn. u: m iu n f'.f e'rru:ar.
r.o .'. Ilii- J I'.AIltMii.u 4,tl'u Kirrat,
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.li j'e and jurr iur.
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( ir In! y i '..it n ! . tfi ;r
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Itrnei ti -f.rii'i(r SlinKiUTH, f 1" tof-"". DnilMe Sh"t
.tii..ii ill'si. hii.i'h'Oiina.ito-i. Klilin.l'l''
frr.. Il' volv. ri.ll t-ifA h.-ii'l f,,r fre" ll'u-trat' d
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tin... I lnv.-t.nl
j.illiinil l'rni''i"il iruuroilis .. ,t..n v. WA I 'i.V
11. .llMJiJullll A ltluki T.., fc..ii l4.4iu 1 ..u e. New V. .rk.
MTCIHC Jll IdClM,
TRADE MARK. Ih,. (Ireat Knlifli ;.; SI Ait K
lieiiiedy, mi tin-
i ni . . o 41 i ire ii ii
a s,i iiiliinl Weakiiein
Sper in a torrhoca.
ilireiiHeH that fol
low in a roiiMe
nlleliro nf Hi-lf
ll huso; 111 Iocs of A-1
Ss r m , .
llin Ion k. it I in
A f. . ni.i-'
liecM of vIhIoIi, pretlinitire old n,.'e,"vk"
liniiiv other ilii.oiir.ru II. at I, nil to liifiiuliy or
CotiHiitnpi Ion ana il preiuniiire crave.
Full piirtli'iilnia In our liiniiphlet, whli h wo do
Hire to neiiil tree hy liiail III i:erv nun. Tint Hpie
(IHr ineillrllie l Hold hy nil ilni(!eln Ut P'T
iiacliin,'c. "Ix fiirSo. or will he u'iil tree hy tnnll on
receipt of the inotiity tiv iiililreHhln'l UK dUAY
MKUU'INK CO., No. 3 Meilianli-ri lilmk, Detroit
Mleh. Hold In ( nlro hy llniclny Hron., Punt ti
Br.huli ami den. K. O'llarn.
v Yonrndvcri hv
lev When II entile
ollcrcrl, lliirohy uliviiya
keepliii.i nnverty I'rotii vnlir
door. Those who nlwnvn
tllke llllvillltlli'o nf Ihn iriinil
Cliunred fur tnnkllii; Itioney Hint are tillered, eetiernl
ly liiiciitini wealthy, w hile tl.nn. who do not tin-
Iirnio Kuril ctintiei'h renin In In nnveriv. Wii wnnt.
tnilliy men, wiinien, Imyn ntnl nit If Iu d'n work fortia
rlfc'hl In their own lornlitli H, The ImimIim-hh will
tiny liioru than ten titni K ordinary wncrn. Wn
fll nil i"h an cxiicnnetinlvi. imtlit ninf nil I )mt Vim
lieetl Iron. No one w ho etiKiiyeii I'nlln to innkn
motley riipldly, Yon i nn tlevntu yntir whnlii tlttn.
In llin work, or niilv vnur imrn ninineiilM. Pull
lnfornnitlon nnd nll'lfint la needed nelit fieo. Ad
, dreii bTINiSUN & co., l'ortlaud. Xalnc,
PI II 3M
In Jrf. --t'T i'ir.
-t fix ! ,i h.
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