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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OK CITY AND COWTt
The total amount of sales under the
incumbered estate act in Ireland ex
ocnls 1260,000,0(10. The act cumi- into
operation tliiity-one years ago.
Altoona, Pa., bus just lost a man so
fat that the town wha proud of him. Ho
weighed four hundred pounds. Ilo be
canto so heavy lliat bis lepi refused
their oilleo, and he died from tiie effects
of a fall.
Out of 172.on votes registered in
Louisiana, 4.l me white, and of
these 16,913 make their murks instead
of writing their names. The colored
registration is M,0:M, and of these 11,
403 write their names.
" In a paper on tho cost of the Franco
Oenmin war M. do 1'oville estimates
that the (ioTin.in loss wa: Killed on
the Held, 18,G7:S: died from wounds, 11,
516; died of disease, l'.'.HOlj missing,
4.0(H), total, 10,41111. The wounded
amounted to l'J7,8t7. On the French
eido the number of dead from all causes
was 13S.S71. and the wounded amount
ed to llH.OGti. In addition the cost in
money is estimated at iT.nO.OOn.OOO.
David V. Vnnderen. who for a week
ly stipend dons Koninn togas and stands
euani at the gales of J.iinillim for the
Salvini eomjuinv, appeared, before a
justice of the pi-iice in Cincinnati, the
other day, and swore to a warrant of
arrest for one of the (iranil opera
house employes. Vanderen claimed
that because' he would not get down
from a stool on whieh be wa.s standing
in the side-scenes, the employe knocked
him from it, Leaving the squire's
office, be went back ami told his nssnil
e.nt what he bad done, whereupon he
got punched a second time. Later in
the day Vanderen withdrew the
An unknown tramp was killed on the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad near Lau
rel, Md., recently, under most tragical
circumstances. He attempted to cross
in front of an express train, going thirty-five
miles an hour, when ne slipped
and fell. Leaping to his feet and see
ing the train almost on him ho lost his
presence of mind and jumped directly
at the cowcatcher. He was struck with
terrific force and thrown upwards, his
body falling on the cab of the locomo
tive, where, in a half-unconscious state,
he hung for several minutes, when ho
relaxed his hold and fell between the
cars. The entire train of ten coaches
passed over his body, which was liter
ally ground to pieces ami strewn along
the road-bed for over a mile. There
was not enough of the remains found
to hold an impiost on.
It is reported tbnt Florida has closed a
contract for draining Lake Okeechobee,
under which name is included a small
lake and very large swamp that between
them occupy great space to no possible
purpose. The ground to bn thus re
claimed comprises more acres than
Connecticut ami Massachusetts com
bined, and is rich enough, it is said, to
produco all the sugar the United Slates
can use; but whatever its prospects
may be, the prominent fact is that the
state is to pay for the work, instead of
begging the national government to
make this and other desirable improve
ments, The floods in Holland have caused
widespread devastation and suffering. '
Dykes at Nieuwuyk that resisted storm
and wave for eighty years, have sue-
I..., I n 11. a (ntni...ta u...l n i. nut '
i;uillu7U mv i . 1 1 1 1 m "iii aim a ,imu
area, containing hundreds of thousands
of acres and a population of ninety
thousand persons, was flooded. Add to
this, severe cold, and it is easy to form
a conception of the buffering that en
mied. Many houses were torn from
their foundations, others fell in, and in
many the inmates were made prisoner
in the gnrrets and on t lie roofs, where
they were subjected to all the pun us of
hunger and exposure. The catastrophe
was owing to the neglect of the (iovern
ment to maintain the dyke in proper
Fofgel t'uliiesH of 1'eople.
We would not. Iy enticing headings and
other devices lead you into readinu' of the
virtues pot.scH.srd by Pierce's Olchrutrd
Medicines were it not that we an aware of
the forgetfubichs of people, and that must
be our excuse, dear reader, I'oriioHin telling
you that Dr. Pierce's (Jolden Medical Dis
covery is without an equal as a blond puri
fier. It cures all humors from the common
blotch, pimple, or (rupliou, to the worst
scrofula, fever sore or ulcer. Dr. Pierces
Pellets are a pleasant hut efficient cathartic
Hold by druggists.
Mr. Ci,oi i Hoi si;,
Ciiicaho, 111,, .Jim. L'iith, M71I.
Hon. R. V. I'icrco. M. I).:
Dkak Dmtou-T have been using your
Golden Medical Discovery and Pellets for
liver complaint and general debility. It is
impossible to express the gratitude I feel.
It is simply wonderful the e flirt your
medicines have had upon nir, I nm in
everyway a thousand per cent, better.
I am, yours gratefully,
J. (,'. David-iin,
Mothers.! Mothers!! Mid hers!!!
Arc yon dmturlied hi luglit and broken
of your rest by a ttick child suffering and
crying with the exoruemting pain of cutting
teeth? If ho, go at once mid get k bottle of'
Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever" used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic,
It Is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and Is the prescrip-,
uon or one ot tiie oldest ami lies! fcinalo
physician and nurses In the United Stated.
Sold wrywhere. 25 cents a bottle,
A Good Study.
Tim proprt ,tu.,y of mankind Is man,
and the proper -cure for sick Headache Snd
IblioAisnetw is Spring TlUmnnm. Prices! tl
DO cents, and trial Indium it) cent. '
Blgninoanc of Title. nl tliw Men Who
The highest order of foreign nobility
hi that of (he mediatized princes of (ler
many. They represent houses which
once exercised sovereign nower, and
are still accorded semi-regal honors.
On this point, liritons caring for those
things should bewaro of supposing that
every foreign 'prince" is a highness.
The vast number of them are entitled
to no other recognition of their rank
than "prince" or "inon prince," and
this need not be repeated more than
once in the conversation. One says
advisably the vnsl number, for Russian
princes alone can be counted by thous
ands, not to say lens of thousands.
There are said to ln six hundred of tho
house of (iiilit.iu alone.
Scarcely inferior in dignity to the me
diatized princes are the members of
those comitn! homes tho chiefs of which
by n decision of the (irnnan diet of
18211, have right to the title of "Most
Illustrious Count" ( Kiiaucht ). They
aro all counts - father, son, grandson,
great-grandson, they and all their male
descendants ad iniinitiiiii.
TIip serene and illustrious compose
a mighty host occupying one hundred
and twenty-seven r-ely printed pages
of the Al'manarh de (intlm. Next to
them in universally recognized rank
are those priunsof the holy Uussian
empire (all the nvcivign and media
tized princes of (otiii.iiiv are princes of
the empire; the emperors of Germany
having been a No employers of the Ro
mans) whose tides were honorary front
the lirsl. Three Knglih peers, fho
dukes of Marlborou.:;i :tnd Leeds ami
Karl Cowper, are princes of the empire.
It may be added that the earl of Den
bigh and Lord Annnli'll of Wnrdour
are counts of the empire. Lord Den
bigh claims lo come of the same stock
as the emperor of Anuria; but the best
title of his family to fame is that it pro
duced the author of "Tom Jones."
Amongst other Kritisli subjects enjoy
ing foreign titles are the Duke of Ham
ilton, who is Duke of riialelherault in
France; the Duke of Wellington, who
is Prince of Waterloo in the Nether
lands, and Duke of Vittoru and grandee
of the first class in Spain; Karl Nelson,
who is Duke of Pronto in Italy; the
Earl of Clancariy, Marquis of llcnsken
in thn Netherlands; Sir Nathaniel
Rothschild, an Austrian baron; Mr.
Albert Giant, an Italian baron; ami
Sir Edward Thornton, Count of Gassil
has in Portugal. This last title may bn
called semi-hereditary, having been
granted to Sir Edward's father for
three lives and no more,. Sir Edward's
is tho tecond life.
The title of marquis carries more pres
tige with it nowadays in France than
that of the duke; ami for this reason:
The empire made no marquises, ergo,
a marquis (unless the son of an impe
rialist duke) must derive his title from
the old dynasty; and it is unquestiona
bly more honorable to have been enno
bled by tho Pompadour than by Napo
leon. The first emperor created some
thirty dukes and princes, all more or
less men of talent, but none of their
sons or grandsons appear to havo done
anything. Nor is this because they
were frowned upon by tho monarchy.
On tho contrary, everything was done
by the Hoiirhons to conciliate the mar
shals. Soult was president of tho coun
cil to Louis Philippe, and ultimately
gloried in the magnilieent title of mar
shal general of the armies of France.
His son, the marquis of Dulmatia, was
named secretary of legation at Vienna,
whence arose another unforeseen difli
eulty. The court of Austria objected to
receive a man whoso title was taken
from an Austrian province, though tho
matter was ultimately arranged. Py
the courtesy of nations a sovereign is
allowed in one instance (and one only)
to confer a title taken from a locality
in a brother sovereign's dominions. A
soldier who has won a victory may be
ennobled by the name of the battle
field. Thus Austria would cheerfully
accord their full honor to a prince of
Wagrain or n duke of Magenta. The
same rulo holds good in the case of na
Ta! victories. Spain would have no
right to object to s Viscount Trafalgar
or Holland to an earl of 'nmpordown.
Apropos of Holland, it is not gener
ally known that the old earls of Holland
the English earls of the bouse of Rich
and the late Lords Holland (house of
Fox) derived their title from a district
of Lincolnshire railed Holland. Hol
land was probably a common name
enough at one lime, signifying hollow
land or valley, though some say it
meant wooded land. The first English
tide derived from a place outsido of
England was that of Viscount liarfleur,
conferred toget her with the earldom of
Oxford on Admiral Russell, the victor
of Lallogun. It was near ('ape Par
fleur that the battle was won, but the
French fleet was followed up into the
bay of La Ilogue and terribly handled
there, Hut there is another anglo-for-eign
title which has no such material
origin; yet. against which no protest was
A youthful Due d'Enghien whom his
relatives frequently tipped, laid by his
Imcket money till he had amassed fifty
ouis, when he took the purso to his
father and proudly exhibited its oon
tents, expecting to bo praised for his
economical habits. The prince of Con
den emptied tho purse and flung the
money out of the window. "Let that
bn a lesson to you, sir," hn then said,
turning to his son, "lo think and net
more like a gentleman." Too many of
tho peers of England descend from
merchants or lawyers to make it likely
that one of theni should ever exhibit
such a reckless contempt for the stamp
ed efllgy of the monarch.
There is a liner story, of a Spanish
grandee, where the' pen! intent of
noblesse oblige and thn highest com
mercial spirit (in its true essence) are
happily blended. Some body formed
the duke of Ossuna's name, appending
it to a bill for ID.OOO duents. On thn
bill being presented, thn duke saw that
tho signature was counterfeited, but,
paid the money at once, The name of
Ossuna was not lo be dishonored by a
rascal. It would bn uncharitable to. ask
whether a second forged bill of tho aamo
amount would have been equally honor
ed. Non omnia pomhwhh.
Talking of the Spanish aristocracy,
It may be observed that tho titled part
of it is by no means so large as is sup
posed. Tho heads of noble families
number about two thousand, and they
idoue as u rulo, bear titles. Even tho
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
I " I I WEKKLT BVtLBTtN. I NBW ADVKKTIHKMKNTH,
eldest son of a duke (say of) Alicante
would only be called Don Juan or Don
Alfonso d' Alicante during hU father'!
lifetime. The younger ions remain
simply dons the Spanish equivalent of
esquires. As to tho qualificatires of titles,
they are lightly esteemed, inasmuch as
even a beggar must bo addressed as
"Your grace" (mercod). The super
scription on an envelope addressed to a
duke would bo "A reccellentissimo
Senor Duquo de la Torre." So, at least,
tho wife of Marshal Serrano writes to
Jt may not bo generally know that
one great family, that of tho princes of
Lara, aro cluimants to tho crown of
Spain. They content themselves, how
ever, with filing a protest at t ho acces
sion of each now king or queon; after
which record of their wrongs they
return to cigarettes and leisure of a
rnoro or less dignified kind. Possibly,
since Byron sang, tho name of Lara is
better known In Britain than Castile.
Italy has a power of nobles, mostly
marquises when they are not princes.
Some domains, notably that of San
Donato, (now in the market), confer
titles. It was from his estate of San
Donato that Count Anatolo Demidoff,
who married tho Princess Mathilda
Bonaparte, derived his style of prince.
Similarly tho tenuro of Arundol Castlo
confers an English earldom, but parlia
ment has taken very good care that it
shall never be soldat any rate until
thn heirs of the old earls are extinct,
and their namo is legion.
The Roman nobility of to-day is
smitten with Anglomania, They hunt,
they dress as much as possible like
Englishman, and they talk English
even among themselves, often, too,
with the purest accent. This facility
for pronouncing our laujruaca correctly
Is shared with them by the Maltese.
All Monacans are noble, this distinc
tion having been conferred on the in
habitants of tho principality by tho
Emperor Charles II. Tho republic of
San Marino claims and exercises tho
right to confer titles. These are to bn
bought at reasonable prices, and with
no troublesome examinations into char
acter or antecedents. A year or two
ago San Marino created an apothecary
"Due de Brno," and named hira "envoy
extraordinary and minister plenipoten
tiary" to tho French republic. The
duke gave up tho medical profession,
announcing that ho had been summon
ed to "high diplomatic functions," but
w.-w not above starting a kind of univer
sal pill company, of which his grace
constituted himself chairman.
A word as to the Belgian nobility.
It must be divided into two classes:
First Those who derive their titles
from emperors or from kings of Spain.
Second Those ennobled by the kingof
tho Netherlands (between 1815 and
18:10). or by Leopold I. and his son.
Tho dukn of Orenberg, a mediatized
prince of tho empire, tho Prince do
Eigne (who is a knight of tho Golden
Fleece), the Prince of Caraman-Chimay,
and others, belong to the first order of
European society. One D'Orenberg
serves in thn French army, a I)n Eigne
in the Austrian. It is related of tho
present head of tho Eigne (who is presi
dentof the Belgian senate) that he once
took his hat oil" (quite for his ow n con
venience) in the presence of a German
grand duke. "Cover yourself, prince,"
affably commanded tho serenity. "Cover
myself!" replied the prince de Ligno;
"1 shall cover myself when I please."
I'lilcssaiul Hurl fill Medicines.
There is a curtain class of remedies lor
constipation absolutely useless. These
are boluses and potions made in great part
of podophylliti, aloes, rhubarb, gamboge
and other worthless ingredients. The
damage they do to the stomachs of those
who Use tlirm is incalculable. They eva
cuate the bowels, it is true, but always do
so violently hikI profusely, and besides,
gripe the bowels. Their effect is to weaken
both them and the stomach Better far to
use the agreeable and salutary aperient,
llosrtfrr's Stomach Hitters, the laxative
effect of which is never preceded by pain,
or accompanied by a convulsive, violent
action of the bowels. On the contrary, it
invigorates those organs, the stomach and
the entire system. Asa means of curing
and preventing malarial fi vers, no medicine
can compare with it, ami it remedies ner
vous debility, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder inactivity, and other inorganic ail
ments. Newspaper Advertising.
Few persons so fully appreciate the value
of newspaper advertising as those suffering
from Biliousness, or Liver complaint, when
they read the advertisement of Spring Blos
som and try it. Prices: tl., ,jil rents, ami
trial bottles 10 cents.
Vm H. I'n.u-.s, Fowlcrvillc, Mich.,
says: I have nut rested Letter for months
than I did last night. The "Only Lung
Pad" has helped me wonderfully. See
'lo Nervous Mitlerers-'l lie I, real Fitmiiciin Itee---
I'r. .1. II. Sinism'M'cilli' Medicine.
Dr. .1. H. Hlmiiii.in Spcritle .Medicine If a mki
live Hire fur K rmnlorrhca, Impotciiry, Weakm-to.
mul nil iIIh'iihi'H roultinu I m re Self Ahiicc. an Nor
von licldlily, Irrllnlilllty, Mental Anxlciy, l.miguor,
l.iiHHiinile, DcpreKKliin (,I Sptrlir mid functional de
miiuemi'tit of the Nervoim SyHlein i-i'iieriilly J 'hI lit
III Um'k fir Side, I.oh" of M inory. I'ri'innture lUi
Au'e mid eifeBxrn
tlml h ud lo Coll
ly mul an eiirly
ltnvv, "r liotli,
No mutter Iioh
hniti reil t h i!
nvNteiti limy In'
fi oni I'Trenn'i" of
nay kind, h xliorl
I'OlirsiMil IliU lliedii Hie ill rei-Ore Urn loxl I line
iioiih and iirociiri' lieuUh and hHppim , Kln rti he
fore wiih i(eiMiudeiiry mid (jlonin 'I'1" Sper(ilc
Jli'dli ilio In belliR lined wllh wonderful KIIC
(ecu. I'Hiiuililels unit freu lo nil. Write fur I hem and
vet full pHrtli'iiliirs,
1'rlcf, hpt'clHr, fl.eoper piirknee. or f'x park
n :en lor $r.ne. Will lie "'lit ti) midl on receipt nl
money. Addri'H nil nrilcra,
,1. II, SI.MI'HON'S M1CDICINK CO.,
Non. lnlfiiil !! MhIii St.. llnmilo.N. V,
(liilllt liirnlslied tree, with full In
Ktrui'tloiiK for rondiullin! thn numl
iirollliililf limdlicnn tlml iinv onu cim
fl miuiip' In. Tlio hillm'Hii In ho eny
-" v to leiiru, smI our Instruction" nre m
simple mid tiluln, 1 1 in t n nv onn rnn
noikii Kreat protin Irom llie tnrt. No one run fall
w ho In wllllni! to work. Women aru km ouccenKftil
num. ItnvK mid uIi'Ih rnn earn lartiii um.
Mi.ny hnvti nuide lit tho lamlncm iver one hundred
ilollnrnli' h hIiujIii week, NothliiK llko ft ever
known before, All who ent'iife nre uriirl"d at tint
eime mid mpldlty Willi which they urn hMo to mnko
limncy. Yoa can eni! In tlite ljiilneen diirinK
your (.pare time ill nt profit . Youdo mil hnvo In
Invent eiiplliil In It. We tnkii nil thu rlck. Thonci
whoncml rcnilv laoliey, hIioiiIiI wtlre lo Hi nt. olieo.
All niriiUhi'il frim. Addri'Kn TKIJIC iJO , An
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1881.
MKUK AL. I " I
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of iho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Fains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feat
and Ears, and all othar Pains
No Prnpnriitln'i on earlli equals st. Jacobs Oil. u
a mi'; tun; nhnfilr ami r!irnj KMornal Kemtsly.
A irinl entnil lm tlx; eompKmlivt ly trltllnp outlny
of 50 ( i nm, Kiel every one MilVritiK with 110
can have rhenp and positive pnK.f of Its claim.
liireetions iu Kleven Lantruapcs.
SOLD BY ALL DRn00IST8 AND DEALERS IS
A.VOGELER & CO.,
lUiltimorr. Md., V. 8.
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W MTrt i nANl s S'- ' ' 1'aper iree.
'Addroh DAMhL K. ItEATTV,
Wschinu'ton N ,1
An Only Dauirlilpr Vmvft of
When di'Mlh wiif hourly expel led, all remedieli
havlnp tailed, niwl Or .)nnn was experimenting
with the ninny le rlr" of C'nlnitH, lu; uceldeiitly
nnide u pri parnlioii which cured hln only child of
I'lissfMiTioN. Hi- child f now lu thl" country nd
enjoyiin! the het of health, lie has proved to the
world Hint ( os! Mi ims can he pocitively and per-
mai.emly run d. 'I b- Doctor now yen thin Hecipe
Iree, only iifkiiiK two three-cent piampn to pay
expeiiHi-s. This llerti uNo cureK Nii;ht SwcatH
NaUHca at the Motion h. and will lirer.k up a frefh
l old ill twenty-four biurf. Aildrecs Craddork & Co.
ID:;'.1 Knee SI , I'hllieli Iphl.i, uamiiin I h it paper
1iWft prices pvpr known
on itrvwn - Lunilrn,
Itlflra, anil Rptolttrm,
003 $15 SHOT-GUN
jut cranny rfludNl prir,
l Scud ianip fur cur Ni w
"i BM M j-i.'il In trinwrt, rmhrt th FUno or
"it , ..t, wr i-J, -it f yoi run -rform w w la taf pniftMlor
t-1 ; : i, ",( i' i l: i if mi ito, M-ni) f.rr ntir lllut
i .-.i... , ..f 'II. t. u llWh'll, oit.,i:NK'ITR-ih
- I I -He ,.-,! ,, t;.t-.i t '1 Ijr If-'D wllch ftfl y OtW tU
r't uv ir! t1 i i :, 'v i. : 'tiiir. ifM. dnn tnd
t1 - .; t.. .i', vb. V-mu1 imittk'
ohtiiitii i! t.pf new ii.vennoiiH. or for Improvement
on old ore" ; for piedirnl or other compounilii, trade.
ro n r k h and lnlieU. I'aveaii'. A sc iejn im nt f. Iuter
(eteiiceh. Appeal. Sun for IiifniiueineiiU", and
all cei ariwim,' under the 1'nteut haws, prompt-
Iv attended to, Invention,, that have lii-eti
I'll1 1 b'P'I'P It 'V 1'Hleut t'fflce, maynill.
ikloli r I J I ' in nuint ciireH. he patented hy
uf. Buini? opposite the I". S. Patent Detoirtmeut.
hihI enC'i.'eiJ in I'ateiit linemen" fxcltivively, we can
mnko. clocer sean hen. and secure 1'atentii more
promptly, and with hrnmler cIiiiiiih, than thoior who
nr.- remote frmn Wii-liiiiu'ti'ii-
I V V VX'Vl l 'sJ "" " """M or elch I
ti' ' 'J' ' VJ 111 your device; we make ex
amiiiHtiotiH and HihiHe'nn to oatJTitahiUly, free of
charge. All rorri'cpoiideiicii Hi ri illy conlideiitlal .
I'rires low, anil no charge tinleos I'ltWiit In Kecurd.
We refer in V 'anhlnt'toii, lo llou I'oetuia'ter
(ieneral I). M Key. Hey. K. D. Tow er The German
Aliu-rli'Hli Nutiniuil Hunk, to oltlciiilK In the I!. S).
I'ateiit Olllce, and to Senator and l(epreeulativf
In !'n u'ri'f h : and ecpeciallv lo onr c.lleiilH in everj
HI me In the L'nioii and in Canada. AddrcM
a. A. SNOW &CO..
Oppoiitr I'ut lit OlDrn. Wiinlilnifton D. (!
I'.KN.t. V. (ill.XKTON, S'lOHY 15. LADD
II.W.HKUT K. I'aink.
I. ate ConimiKHioiier of I'ati iiid,
P A T E H T S
l'AIMi:, (jKAl'TON & LADD,
Attomevn at Law and Solicitors of A inerlcua and
iturirrii sti'.kki, WAsiiiNtiTON.n.c.
I'nictice patent law in nil It hrniiclii s In th
I'alent Oll'n e, nnd in thn Suprenie and Circuit
CotirlM of the I'mleil Stale, l'umphlct Hunt fro
on receipt of Hump for polau'
(A .lledlclne, not it Drink.)
HOI'H, Ill C'Illf, niAMUAKK,
ANDTIIF I'CHKhT ANI It EST M KnieAl.Qt.'ALI'
TIKH Of ALL OTUKB 111 I TKKh.
All tllnenfiiof theBlnmaeh, ItoweU. Itlood,
Liver, Klilney,and UrliniryOri!iiii. Ncr
VuiinuotMi, HleepleiiKiieHand cupuclully
$1000 IN COLD.
Will hiipald for a rnmi they will not. runt nr
help, or fur anytliliiK Impure, or lujurluu
found In tlicm.
Auk your druii((lt fur flop Hitler, and try
them licfuro you nlcep. Tn It o no ol nor.
D I.e. In an nhnnliiti and trrentnl Mil run for
DrankuiiuuM, uti of opium, lolmccu and
Kbnd ron CiKetn.AR.
All Ahuv mill hv ilmiruuU.
Ilni Hltl.i-i Mf,-, Co., Iturlintrr, N. V Tuninlo, Onl,
The Weekly Bulletin.
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Tho Weekly" Bulletin.
WANTED.-Manufitcturinir roncem wotitu
buiuHii niau in Cairo, and Innvcry rltv (not al
ready takru.t A lew hundred dollar neounimry to
pay for K'odi on delivery nf.ur ordurn liavc been
ociired lor Iho aamn. gl'O per mouth protlt
guariiiiled. 'I'lit' iiiodt Hearchintf InveiitlKation
lollclled A. S. A UN OLD & CO, comer rim
Street and liruadwuy, Jirouklyu, H, Y.
THE MILD POWER
HiMiiihriiys' Homoopathio Spucilics
Proved from ampin experience an entire
iieeeHH, hloiili, lrolni, Klllelenl, mi
llrliiilile. Hey aru tliu only inciltc lut'S
Huilnpieil In piipiiliir line.
I.IH I I lllli II Ai. i,i. i nir", l-IIHTIE,
I. Ketem, CoiiKeHtlon, I n Ha ninin 1 1" n, ,11
'i Wiirini. Worm f ever Worm rolle. .
ii I r lux olle, or loelliliiKni In Tun in, .'5
4. Ilinrrhen of i lillilrmi or Ailnltx. -fi.
Il. cillery, OrlpliiK. Ill 1 Ion k tollc,
l. liolera llorbun, vninltliiK,
7. roiiKh, l old, lirotiehillK, - . .V?
N enrnlula, TooIIibcIh'. fniTaelie.
li. Ileiiilnclieii, Sick lli Hiuelien, VcrMio,Ti
IU. lVeeiln. lllllou htoinneh, - ra
W :i. hlle, ti pnifuw' HitIikIh, . :
X roiii, I'oiikIi. ninieuil linallilinr, . ,Z'
II Null Itlieoin, f'rvl iiis. Kriiiiluiia, :n,
I.i II lieillllllti.lll, llliellliilil le luliih, . ,1',
III. lell-riiml tulle. I hill, l-evel, Ague!,
IV. I'llea. Iiliuil or PI "UK. M
III. raliirrh. acute or ehiuiile. Iiitluenxn, fin
l. loiillltltf ('OIIUll, Vllilent I iiioiIii,, rfl
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SI. I rilliu V elliell.UeltlliKllie 11, i, i
U. Illeiinp ol the llearl. I'iil,iieiliui. I.n
l'ir .ah- I iv ilriltfKlM". nr Hem hy I he I'Hhi-,
ornlllKli hit free nf elllirwe. nil reeelTilfif
orlee -"-Hi l-r Dr. 1 1 ti in ih r- v llnoh on
lll.eli.e, ,Vr., i! II piiKei,,, nli.ii llloxlriileil
Bl Bllil'Oiiie. r li l.r,.
j li'M, lliiniihrey lliiineii,rillilc
Med. I n., 10!) t-ulluii Bl ,i v lurk.
Dr. S. Silcbso's EstcrnalPileScriody
(iivet In unt relief andlB an 1 n f :lllTi !o
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Hold rif lniifiitpverywlifri. I'rli-e.fl nd(n-rtim
r'"l MlV I:- II. Piailifile li'lit rrr tn l'! VMC'.ii'l
nd ill mitr-r- r, hy I'. .S.-nMiie.lti-rA i o lfm Sji'i.
tiuW A vr Lit, fc'.lt luuJU.'.u.lur-r ol "Jejinn."
(K.f f pur.. I'r'. tint, nr.Hlu t--i i f h h t h
l IDi-.l ' -il -tf rtorilM-i iu llir H..t Ll t, .i-;, irud.il
urr i tr 'ifjr. .lMvy and A'or J'f-dmni.
!ri i.im i if uin iltf.-tr(. A" Fin i'-r
finf tioy' rut, i rt'h" ar-it ti trial Utt;'lrtiA
K Ijuf -tiU, ihfv ymuitj'n-vf. N-ol naif.",
I1. O. a i inn-Hi ii.!r.'-. m 1K. KI.INK, 1
Art liM, rui.t. .piiU, V lsnniptUrLji:
thont nedidnrt. AM.AMU SOI.rTtt.K MPni.
CATF.I) liol L.lli.-v, J aunted Oculr K
Orif ti i.
No. 1 will mre any rvr tn f ,nr it nr l
So. J will pjru tiie m.l otwUbatc uo niatlr
tt hon li.r.unlinu.
No nTi.iii i K, j of enlh, rop-iiLi or oil of
fcndtlw ;A, urn. it c-nrn-n I t'ri.iut 'l)it;
fy iiiMy i,if hid roilntr of tho t im.'ti. So
yr1nj.torMiHnrfil uonttlona lu priiiut: oUitr
p rtnti mi iilicail'in.
IT--.. , ji. soi l) nr ALL WircX-.lST. or
tri led ,.C ! 1,1 ,. r nr-,.m
P. 11. 11 3tlji-
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l''i.'rriiir erii n'r c'."itnr.
J :. ALLAN l li., 14 jnl.il 8trrit,
prw 1 U- ft.
Weill!.: JVC rrnard fur ny cf : tbty will aot
Vilri.ne uid inro cxra.
1 (ir l.ly tinii )! u 're ir
a-Mri n 11 ri cri veB-uof-
ttiinir rr't bv Mail, that
may prnvp the mi-iii'nii-tin to life of urce.
ll It ,-i.--::i;lr -! i;'e,l in thu who hv r ach"-d
the f I -r l'i hill A-l'lre M. YOL'NW, I'.J
tire uith ftreel, New Vurk.
n r it TP I't'Wfc flit
luullAlUlU titi.Wujr lm;-K.iM T, .. J
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r, .1,.1 kMribv in. IL & I
mm mi no pla:ii rcv.e talk.
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M I. II . ... -.Hi iw Aid'rMi M iP
JJ hrl' Ihti (X, bI
pw ion . hj.
Zti Sml ituip fr riUloroii.
IUIU,Stkothitui. lUMlwifcatal- turMMniMUoB
j'llilnmi-. i.lUtiAl' VvfcbltlW WOUKS,
1'llUburt'li, I w.
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RE YOU SICK OR All INVALID ?
Wtl'D III nil.,, Mil I mill, IU "lU I I
MYSTKIH " il l fr. SUU Ail'. K-i, 11-ifM,
W.lM.i. l Fyn .l..m, A-l-li.i. li J. II. M'i-H.l.r,
110 Wt I'lh Mt-l. N.w V-il
ill ihb! lutvyijt
TM. Ivanl I. (,i dd it,.. hH ll -t .-'. IM
kaU hiwil .4 tan f . i. hM) !-
fi AilWl Bbinr,k? .vf t"4
tip4r waar f tl ltnl, uwl I lw 1 1 1 h
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TRADE MKK.'rh Urcnt KuuMili I liAUK MAIilv
lulling cnr for
dheaio'ii Unit fol
low an a coiihii-
iiiiniice of Hell
Bofore Takirgnieniory, niiiv.-t-iii '"vJrnu'
laMltiide, lialn the hnck dlni- -W
Jn'd'ninlivoth'erdii-e'iM H that lem'l lo inmililly or
coiixti inptloii mid u I'reiiiatiiro (rrnvc. ,,. .
Ktill pnrllciilnrB li r mitiililot. which we He-
nlro to nelid Irec liv llinll to every one. Ilieiie
tillr medicine Im Hold hy all driii'itl'l" i l"'r
pnekaue, elx ror?.'i. or will he tent Iree ly tieill on
receliitof the nionny liy nddnni'lnit I llh (.WA
MKDK IN I; CO., No. A MechanlCB hlock, Hetiolt.
Mich. Hold In I nlro iiy llarclny l:to l inn U
Pcbtlll and (leo. K. O'lfura.
)YolirneiveH Iiy iniiklnu moil
ey lien 11 1'oldeii ehaiice In
nU'ered, Ihereliy ulwny
kiieiliii? t'overty from your
" door, TlniKii who nlwayn
take ndvniitin;e ot tliu irood
chaneen for tniikliiK niom y Hint- arc ottered, i;eiieiiu
ly hiicomi' wenllhy, nlillo thonr who do not Im
proTO nucli cliniiciin ri'iiinlii In iiuvnriv. Ve wnnt
miiiiy men, wniiien, lioynatnl ulrUlo do work fornn
rlKhfln their own joculltlen, Thn hiinlneNn will
nay mnni tlinii tell tiinim ordinary wneiK. Wu
ftirnlh an eieiiiiiinlvB outllt and nil Hint yon
need free . 'No titii- win) imuBt'i'i' fioln In mnko
money rniddlv. Von ran devoid your whnlu tlmu
to thu work, or only vour npnrn inotiicnm. Full
liifnrmntloti ntnl till that l needed neiil fun, Ad
dri'i" 8TINHON ,t CO.. I'ortliiml. Maine,
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