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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 18S1.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
IT1T MimNINS (HONDATt IXOCfTID).
.iKFliMAi. PAPER OK CITY AND COrNTY
A group of young officers sat on the
(iuk of mi English nloop-of-war. and
were gazing with interest upon the har
bor and city of Malta, which they wore
to h'iivo in a fow hours for (he I'acilic,
whiilicr their vc-snl had been ordered.
"There conic the boat, and now we'll
see what manner of man our junior
lieutenant is to be," said one of tho olli
cers, as u man-of-war's boat put out to
wards the sloop.
"As I live, it is Norman EniesclitTe!"
cried one, eyeing the boat closely.
"And who is Norman Knie.scliU'o,
Charlie?" cried several.
"A splendid fellow, can tell you.
lie was appointed by the Admiralty for
going out in a fearful gale, at the risk
of his own life, and pinning a brig-of-war
into a safe anchorage."
"Does he come of good Ftock, Char
lie?" n.sked an Aristocratic young ofli
ccr, who was always talking of Iuk blue
"His family were poor, I believe; but
he's rich now, and his wife was an heir
es.i, ami the way he won her was most
romantic, I can assure you."
"fiive us the yarn, Charlie, as soon
as the luff goes down in the cabin lo
' pay liis respects to the captain," urged
one, while the others joined in the le
qtH'St. "I will spin the yarn as soon as I've
spoken to Krnesclille, and introduced
him, and I'm glad he has been ordered
to our ship,"
So saying, Charlie Heauchamp walked
to the gangway, and greeted the new
officer as be came on board, while the
group on the quarter-deck commented
tin his appearance.
"lie's a handsome fellow, anyhow,"
"And looks like, a fearless man," re
"What a superb form he has," put in
a third, while a fourth added:
"And looks every inch a sailor."
Tho object of these comments had in
the meantime returned the greeting of
his friend wilh warmth, and then gone
toward tho cabin to report to tho cap
fain, promising to return on deck soon
and meet, those who were to be his
"The captain will keep him some
time, Heauchamp, for I learn he brings
dispatches from home, so give us that
yarn," called out a passing midship
man. "All right, I'll give it to you us I,
heard it from my sister, who was a
choolniatft of his wife."
"It seems that Ernesdifle's father was
a captain in tho merchant service, and
took his son to nea with him on his dif
"Upon one of these trips, Captain
ErnesclifTe was so fortunate as to rescue
tho passengers of a homeward bound
East Indiaman that was in a sinking
condition, and among them was ayoung
girl, the daughter of a Calcutta banker,
whom Norman, then in his twentieth
year, and mate in bis father's vessel,
fell in lovo with.
"Her name was Flora Hastings, and
she was but sixteen, beautiful, as I can
Touch for, and an heiress, and she re
turned his love as foudly as he could
"Hut. the banker did not wish his
daughter to love a poor sailor, ami he
frowned down Norman's attentions.
"But, little did the lovers care, and
when they parted, after the ship drop
ped anchor at Liverpool, they were se
"(joing round to London, where more
cargo was to be discharged, Captain
Ernesclill'o was lost overboard, and
when his affairs were settled up, the in
terest he owned in his vessel had to be
sold, or his wife's home go, so Norman
was determined to let his mother keep
the old place, nnd giving up his position
on the ship, obtained a mate's berth on
a packet sailing to Havana, but was
noon after transferred to a vessel of the
same firm running between the Kast In
dies and london.
"(Jno day, when ready to sail, Nor
man, to his surprise and delight, saw
Mr. Hastings and Flora come on board
among the other passengers; so he
'kept dark' until after the ship was at
nea, fearing for the old man to see him,
us he expected he would change his
mind, and take another vessel, as ho
tried to do in fact, when he saw who
was the mate; he wished to return to
"But Norman held himself aloof from
Flora when old papa was about, though
they had many a stolen talk together,
and he learned how her father had
forced the maiden into an engagement
with adcrman biimn more than double
her age, and that ho was to come to
Calcutta before many months to claim
Lis bride, and the roinmrau had been
"Kut (he old banker seemed to bo a
perfect Jonah, for when among the
Andaman Islands a cyclone si rink the
ship, and in spite of every effort of tho
cBptain and crew, the vessel became a
wreck, and the boaU were launched to
save the lives of those on board.
"Through all the frying scenes of
danger, Norman Ernesclifl'o proved
himself a hero, and even tho old banker
was anxious that lie should command
the frail boat in which himself anil
daughter wero to go; but when all was
ready, and Norinnu alone remained on
tho ttinking shin, a huge wave tore tho
boat away before lie could spring on
board, and the crew refused lo return
for the bravo man. dreading danger lo
themselves, and, disregarding the pile,
ous cried of Flora, rowed away In the
darkness, leaving Norman to 'bis fate.
Of course he was believed to he lout,
and remorse bit hard at Mr. Hastings'
heart for having discarded the young
sailor as his daughter's lover; her pale,
ad face was ever a reproach to Mm,
for it was to keep her from seeing Nor
man that he had remained abroad long
er than lie had anticipated.
'True to his promise, the German
baron arrived to claim his) bride, for ho
was anxious to uphold his title with tho
banker's money; but Flora told her
father plainly she would not marry him
until a year after Norman's supposed
death, and the baron was compelled to
abide by her decision, though bis
cramped circumstances made him anx
ious to handle the gold of the heiress.
'At length the year went 'by; the
wedding day was li'xed, and Flora was
resigned to 'her fate, until one morning
she saw her father spring up from the
breakfast tabic, crush his newspaper in
to his pocket, and, with a troubled face,
leave the bouse.
"Instantly knowing that it was some
thing ho had read that so moved him,
Flora sent a servant out for a paper,
nnd a glad cry bry broke from her lips,
for she read of the rescuo from wreck
of the brig-of-war (i i cy hound, that had
been caught by a gale on a leo shore,
and would have lu-i'ii lust had not a
young man, dwelling upon the coast,
put out alone in a small boat aud pilot
lie r into a haven of safely.
The paper furthermore staled that the
durinsr pilot was none other than Nor
luau KrnesclitVe, who h:n been supposed
lost over a year before, but who had re
appeared at his mother's homo only the
day previous. It a!o said a pel it ion
was to be sent to the Admiralty, asking
for a commission in the navy for Nor
man, he lcing a man of education, and
already having proved himself a skillful
officer in the merchant service.
"That day, when Mr. Hastings re
turned to dinner, he was confronted by
his daughter, who coolly informed Mm
that she had written to the baron, and
broken her engagement with him.
"The banker pleaded, and then storm
ed, but Flora was lirm, and Iter father
swore he would discard her if she mar
ried a penniless, common sailor; hut to
his surprise Norman Frnesclill'e sud
denly appeared before him, from an
adjoining room, and said firmly, but
"'Mr. Hastings, I am not penniless,
nor am I a common sailor, for I have a
fortune that will match your own, and
my parents gave me a good education
ami taught me to bo a gentleman. '
"It was the word fortune that caught
the banker's ears, and he said, eagerly:
' 'You have a fortune, you say?'
' "Yes, sir.'
" 'And w here did you get your
" 'I will tell you, sir. The vessel that
I was left upon that night of the storm
did not go down, but was wrecked upon
a small, uninhabited island, and 1 es
caped with my life.
' 'Upon that island I found the grave
of a poor seaman, as I believed, and
near it I made my home, expecting thai
my fate would be his, for, believing that
tho boats had been lost, and not caring
to livo were Flora dead, 1 was despond
ent, and made no effort to save myself.
" 'I am not a somnambulist, Mr. Has
tings, and .yet. one night I awoke,
through pain iu my fingers, and to my
horror discovered myself in an open
grave, the earth of which I had dug out
with my clasp knife and hands, until
my nails were torn to the quick.
'"The moon was shining brightly,
and beneath me 1 saw, not a coffin, but
several small boxes, one of which af
ter I recovered my nerve, for I was un
nerved at tints waking and finding my
self there, I opened.
" 'The boxes contained gems, jewelry,
and gold, and I knew thatl was a rich
man, for tho treasure had lain buried
there for many long years, ar,d was the
booty, doubtless, of pirates, who had
never returned for their ' ill-gotten
" "Hope coming to my heart once
more, I set to work in the morning to
build mo a boat from the pieces of the
wreck, and after long weary months of
toil I succeeded in building a craft, with
which I set sail from the island, and I
reached my home just in time to save a
vessel ot war.'
"Such was Norman Ernescliffe's sto
ry, gentlemen, and the sequel is soon
told, for his treasure was discovered to
be worth a quarter of a million, and
tho baron went back home a disap
pointed man, while good luck still
dogged Ernescliffe's foobst.eps, for ho
was commissioned a junior lieutenant
in the navy, aud two years ago married
Flora Hastings; but here becomes, and
I'll introduce you;" and Charlie Beau
champ presented the hero of the quarter-deck
yarn to tho young officers, all
of whom gave him tho welcome he de
nerved, and Norman Ernescliffe became
the "sea-lion" of the sloop-of-war.
One of Ihe most remarkable circum
stances connected wilh the anti-Jewish
agitation in (ierniany is that tho Ger
man students are among its most zeal
ous supporters. A meeting of students
was held recently in Berlin for the pur
pose of extending the movement, and
it wrw attended by deputations from
half a doen universities, including
some of the most important in the
country. It is said that the anti-Jewish
petition submitted to Prince Bis
mark has been signed by no fewer than
1. -luo Berlin students and 1,0'.'.' in
The threadbare conundrum, "When
is a cent not a cent?" was practically an
swered in Baltimore a few days since,
at an auct ion sale of rare and curious
coins. A United States cent of 170U
proved to be worth, to somebody, $L'8,
and three others of tho same date, but
mutilated, aggregated $16.2.r. Half
dollars, of various dates, from 171)5 to
1MU, sold at from JW.M) to Ifl.'JO each.
Pimes of 17 brought f4 and $3. 30.
One dollar was paid for an uncirculated
half-cent of 1810, while half-cents of
1731 to 111 brought prices ranging
from Accents to 70 cents. An JK01 cent
was eagerly taken at $11.75.
Two Leadvillo miners were working
a shaft near Chalk ranche, when they
wero surprised by an avalanche, and
one of them, a man named Wilson, was
buried at the bottom of the shaft. His
companion, who was nt tho surface,'
narrowly escaped, and at once set to
work exhuming Wilson; but when ho
had dur ten feet throned tho snow, ho
despaired and made his way to Lead-
vine, wn rritiny a party of four men
started out to get Wilson's body, believ
ing Mm to have been dead some time.
They worked the greater part of Saturday
when they finally came on the supposed
dead man, frozen stiff, but still retain
ing a faint spark of lifo, which they
succeeded in funning hack into a con
dition which inspired them with a hopo
f completely restoring him to health.
1 hey returned with the helpless man to
Kobinson Camp, where they arrived
after an exhaustive trip, during which
one or their number several times faint
cd awny In the snow and hnd to bo car
riod for a long distance. Wilson is In
the hands of competent medical advis
ers, but only faint hopes aro entertained
Of his recovery.
Rely oh the Druggist.
"Malt Bitters aro tho best 'bitters.' "
"They promote sleep aud allay nervous
"Best liver and kidney medicine we sell."
''They knock tho 'chills' everv time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
".Man jiittera nave no rivals in tins
"Bust thing for nursing mothers we have."
"Yte like to recommend Malt Bitters."
A. T. Stewart.
I was talking, yesterday, says a cor
respondent of The Atlanta C'onstitu.
turn, with a gentleman who had been
an intimate friend of A. T. Stewart, tho
greatest merchant perhaps that this
country ever knew, and lie threw new
light on his history. Contrary to
general belief, Stewart started with
a comfortable fortune, and did not
work his way from tho ground up.
Ho came to this country as a young
man, sent on a pleasure trip by his
father, lie was a close observer and
leisurely traveler, and went homo thor
oughly posted as to this country.
Having to return to America very soon,
he recalled Ihe fact that there was a
lino margin of profit between tho price
of laces in the old country and this.
Ho therefore invested if:'5,000, his patri
mony, in laces and brought them over
on his second trip. This speculation
turned out. so well that he had another
lot sent over, and opened a shop from
which he might dispose of them, t
Stewart was a man of confirmed super
stitions. He would never eat at a table
at which thirteen people wero seated,
and on one occasion when a guest who
had declined coming lo his usual Sun
day dining nnd afterward came when
his place had been filled he declined to
receive him rw he made tho number
thirteen, lie finally determined to
overcome this superstition, and dined
at a table at which thirteen were seated.
Ho died a few weeks afterward, but I
very much doubt if that was what, kill
ed him. He never wanted his photo
graph taken, saying: "People who
buy goods from nie think I am a noble
looking man with Howing whi.ikers and
a gray beard. They'd lose faith in my
prestige if they become fam'diar witii
my insignificant face." He was a shop
keeper all his life, aud the shopping in
stinct never left him. He once deopped
into Tiffany's and saw a friend examin
ing some pearls that he was thinking of
buying for his wife. Stewart caught
hold of him and hurried him out before
he had time to close the trade. Once
down stairs ho got him into his coupe
and insisted on his going to his store
. with him. He hurried him up-stairs to
the lace department, took out an
especial pattern and said: "Now, that's
what von want to buy for your wife!" and
lie sold it to him. At this very time
Stewart was worth millions and would
have given the friend ho had cajoled
into buying twenty times the prico of
the lace, but the selling instinct was
stronger in him than anything else.
I learned from my informant that Stew
art's body had never been recovered.
Judge Hilton could have had it at
almost any time, provided he would
havo paid the required ransom. Ho
refused lo do this, however, on tho
ground that if he did so the business
of grave-robbing, having proved pro
fitable, would have become popular
Judge Woods' Wit.
A recent letter from Marietta, O., re
lates tho following anecdote of Hon.
William B. Woods during his incum
bency of the. Speakership of the Ohio
Legislature In 1858-9: "Ho niado an
excellent Speaker, whose good sense
and ready wit won for him a reputation
rarely obtained by so young a member
of the Legislature. Many are the an
ecdotes remembered of him during his
Legislative career. On one occasion a
rural member came into the hall after
a few days' leave of absence, with his
No. 12 brogans covered with the soil of
his native hills, and, taking his seat,
fell back in his chair like a tired drover,
placing his fret on his desk. Not en
tirely satisfied with this conspicuous
attraction, he soon raised one boot ami
placed the heel on the too of tho other,
thus standing, as it were two feet in his
bool.s. The Speaker's eye was attract
ed in that direction at once, and ho
called out; 'The gentleman from,'
which partially awakened tho rural
man, who peered out from behind his
boots and informed the Speaker that
ho had not addressed the chair, to
which Woods replied: 'I thought von
did; I saw you were standing up.1 the
House came down, and so aid the
Tiik irittering;away of wealth is of mi
nor account compared to the expenditure
of vital force by delay in treating a Cough
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Stop That Cough.
If you arc suffering with a cough, cold,
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loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
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This is the rent remedy that is causing so
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curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottleaof I)r, King's New Dis
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and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and iret a trial
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For sale bv George E. O'Hara, Druggist,
Cairo, 111." (3)
"Ite-fol-de Kiddle! How well I feel!"
chirped an elderly bachelor t'other morn
ing. "That Thomas' Eclcctric Oil seems to
have cured my lumbago completely. I
feci as if I were young again and believe'
I'll ask tho widow to havo me." Ho did
so, was accepted and is now the happy
parent of a tine boy. v Paul (. Schuh, Ag't.
Tho ladies who somo time since wero on.
ablo to go out, having taken Lydia E.
I'ltiKtiam s Vegetable Compound, aro quito
recovered, aud have gone on their way re
joicing. A Good Study.
The proper study of mankind is man,
and tho proper euro for sick Hcadacho and
Biliousness is Spring Blossom. Prices: f 1.,
50 ccuts, and trial bottles 10 ccuta.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of ihe 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 Fains
No Preparation on earth equal St. Jacobh Oil a
a ', turf, i " ii ml ehmp KxUTiml kctue'ty.
A trial entail bin the comparatively trilling outlay
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can have cheap ami positive proof of in claims.
Direction in Eleven taniniaKi-tf. .
80LD BY ALL DBUQ0ISTS AND DEALER8 IN
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Jlaltimorn. Xd V. 8. Jk
NOTICEABLE POINTS IX THE 21st
X.TAL STATEMENT OF THE EOHT
AM.ELIFE ASSUKASCE SOCIETY;
NEW YORK. JAN. 1st, Klffl.
. Assets, S J-1,1 Of!, 602; an increase of
more than Three Million Dollars in
Surplus, 8'J,2:li,2!l; an increase of
One anil Thrce-nuartcr Millions of Dol
lars in lili'.O.
New Business, $3.",1 70,1)05: an in
crease of Eight and a half Million Dol
lars in IB.'lo.
Amount paid to Po icy-holders and
their representatives during 11)1)0,
A liberal surrender value in paid-up
insurance is provided for in all ordina
ry policies, in case of forfeiture.
Tontine Savings Fund Policies may
be terminated at the close of certain
dellited periods, on terms more advan
tageous than upon any other plan.
These policies prove more profitable to
flic policy-holder than any other form
Actual examples can bo furnished at
tlie Society's odice, of persons being in
sured for ten years, and then niton
terminating their Tontine Policies, re
ceiving cash in some instances citial to
the whole of the premiums paid; in
others, nearly all.
No technicalities nor arduous -oudi-
I ions in policy contracts.
Policies incontestable after having
been in force for three years. All such
incontestable policies will he paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after the receipt at the
Society's ollic.e in New York of satisfac
tory proofs of death, together villi a
valid and satisfactory discharge trom
the parties in interest, and without re
quiring any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, as has been the custom
heretofore, and is still usual with other
Outfit mint free lo thoco who wlh to en
tnui- III I ho moct plcacatit and profitable
iiuclne known, fcverythlntt new.
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uvervthlnir. tllia iliivaml tniward in vet
canity mailt) without ctiiyliiir away from
tininn over nlttiit.PNn rick whatever. Many new
work"r wanted at onco. Many are making fort
iineH a the hiiMlneiiH. I.adlcc make, ait much
men, .ndvounc hoy anil ulrl mRKn ureal pay, No
line who Is wllflini to work fall to iniikii more,
money every day than ran ho made In aweek at any
oilier employment. 'I ll one who n?HK at onco
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Manv have mwlr hi the huciii.-cc mi-r one hundred
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I'aienl Office, ami in the Supreme and I'lrcuil
t.'ourta ol the t'nited Stale. Pamphlet tent free
on receipt of ctiimp for poti
PROPRIETOR OF fcTROAT'S PATENT
ReFIMCJ KUATOIi 0AUS,
Wholesale Dealei' in leo.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Ijo.icIs a Speeialtv.
o k x c k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
To Nervous Hiillerern- Tli t.reiit KtirniieHiiReif
ertv Dr. J. H. SltnpHiiiraSiieelllr Medicine.
Dr. J. It. HIinpHotr Spucllle Medicine I a poe
live cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotcncy, Wnaknec
and all rilceacea n cultitiK front Self Abtico, a Ncr
you Debility, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, I.anKitor,
J.acHltiide, Dcprecclon ofSplrllcattd functional do
raiiKementK of Hie Nervou Syclem generally ltim
in Hack or Hide, l.oc of Memorv. T'renitur Old
a un ami menace
t hat lead to Con
nini pi I on Incaul
ly and an early
grave, or both,
No ttintler how
chattered t h n
vtetn may lie
from exceccr of
nnv kind, a hnii
rn,iei, i,i im. ,..,ii.. ni ..,-i.iro mo iocl film;
(Ion and procure health and happltie. where, he
fore wa ileciiuHiliim-y and uloom- I It Spoctnc
Mi'illcliio In being tied Willi wonaiiriin uc-
V'mtmlelcntfrr,!toall. Wntofor Ihum nd
(let full particular, . . .
I'rlcti, Specific f I .on per j.fckn. or fix pack
e lor I'l.oti. Will bt eut hy mall on receipt of
No. He) ud Vi Main HUllufTalo, N. T.
WASTED. Mnnufacturlrnr concern want a
bu-inen man In Cairo, ana Inevery cliv inol al- i
ready taken i A lew hundred dollor uuce.cary t:
pity for k-nnd on delivery af.er ordera have been i
cucnied for the. Hater, tiro .... i. .
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. ... ai,. mm v uycctiuatlon
vouched. A. 8. AKNoLI) Jt CO , corner lr,l '
i.iwaijii, j,, , (
TnE MILS POWER
Humphreys' Homeopathic- Specifics
Proved from ample eiperlenee an entire
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mieeett.. Vtlm.ilM I.....,. l.-tfl..i .
II nidi 1,1.. Ili.,v lieu ,1,m u I
uiliii'teil lo popular line.
i.ipi rioneirl. co. i ukkk. rntOK,
I, l'eer, ConKetlon. liifliirnnifitltiint,
H M nriiK, N onn l-ever Worm ( olle. .j
:i J rvlna Colle, or Teeth Inn of In fuuta, vr,
4. Diarrhea of C hildren or Adult, X,
5. Ilyaenlery, IiIIIkiik LoJIe, . ;&
J. I nulera Morliu. Voinlilng, . :x,
7. 1 iMIHlia, Cold, lironehltlH. ... .
1. H(irlala, TihiIIhu he, Km-eai-he. .
V, Meailnelie. Nlek Heluliii hiiK, erllKO,
111. Ittclienaln. Illlloua hloli.ueli . . .
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IS. t nliirrh. iieiiio orehruiile; Inliucnu, Hi
l. hoillllliu t "IIH.ll, vlolelll 1 ..IlKtiM .Vl
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. er,nu lleliilllv . Slierrii'ilorrh
Then. I. 'Ii H
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'i. lneKr ui the Heart, I mImiiiii
r'u -;ue tiy iiiiikiO' .. 'r ni-mi uy tlie I iiki,
or-illiKle Villi, free cif clHtrKe. fill rveetnl of
Siiri.-e. .-eiel fur llr. Iluinioiri-y ' llmikiin
DLeii.e, ilr.. (Ill i,i ., uUu lllualrulej
( iiinliijiie, KM KK.
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Slti. t o 10!) Jrullun 61. , ,rw lurk.
-Dr. S. Z'Ws ErternalPila Itemed
Civetlmiantn lk'f andlantnfallihlQ
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
PoMtiyliniKif .tceverywherp. I'rie,., 1 n per h, t
priywetiy 11..11I. (n m ) v-nt Jt" to I'ii)nr: ii.
nd all n rT.-r- r,hy I'. Veii.tneitierit n t,,x j-.j'.
titW lutitUt). boeUinUJiw.turerot "AmiUtu,
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I'M B t J I . Ai.LAS l H...J ...u'aHtre.t,
"f ' ' rrward fr any car ihty will m
lift ti; J turr cur.
(TUilTt-,! i 11 ' u- '.lenr
ad'lr. ' will r-ri i n . a.,.
tlnuK w ! Mail, tlmt
may pr.rr thevt-ppliiiftnia to a life "f n-'i-.
ll in i -pel .lily vwi'U J to Hi'.- hn tit" rvl.' -I
tlie f i, t "t fie hfll. A !lr-a M. lOl So, '.'.4
t,rc ii k Ii r-T. et, .Sew Vork.
pat) ftiiil . h"n'.fur
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KEDICAL COUKCI SEISE IID PUIS HCKE TALL
m it-Mi, rxMtm f Vmi
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vk rnu, - th U.l4n at
thr iriH,ity, Adti4) Mir
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Ilrecch l oadlri! Shot tlnn.lctn nil. Iiouhlc Phot
llon,atol'4l. HiiiuleOunc..Hot.D. Hitlet, i to
J 75. Huvulver 1t f- cen t for free lllntrtcl
I'llUbiirjti, l a.
RE YOU 8ICI OR AN INVALID?
When all oil,-, itinina fail arnil f, tl O rfl.T
WVSTKKV " aii,l U ro MaU A.r., a,,, IMi-M,
W.lfhl anil Pyn plnmi. A l l,.,. I'r J II M.iSUt.Y,
110 WkI l3Lh hlrl. .S'-w Vo,
WALL SX. In'ht"ks1V''io
.JLE-V 110,1110 I'lVe-t.il
I'nitlleaii'l l'nnel.il iruiininleeil. A'tilreflc VAItl '
(XX .Hanker , Unikiim, (A lUeliamce I 'law, N, c Yi rk.
MUSTACHf AHD WHISKERS.
I. l-.nl . , , 4lii,M. it I., 1 tKaff
H W.V.utu . it
liliAY'S SI'KI IKIO Mf UK INK
RAOE MKK.'lhirealKiinlllrJ(ADK MA(K
Keniedy, an un
faillnt! rlfn l"r
heiultiitl Weakni c
Impotcncy. and all
illcence that fol
low a a roiice
iiuettco of cell
t i m t.i . i"i,pl; 1 nn ,"pr' 'i'
..1...U... mm I..- ..
iJOlOre laiuiiliini'inory, unlvercal
lacHitudn, pulp 'u thu buck, dim far Takint
,... ,,1'vlcinti. iireniature old ii'i'.""1" '"""e1
and tiianv olber dicein-ec that lead to llicntilly or
coiiuiniilon and 11 liremaluro (rrave.
Full parlli-tiliir In our pamphlet, which we du
clre to cetid In n by niall to every one. I he cpu
clHcniiidlclne I cold by all drupelet lit .! per
packiiKe, clx for f.'i, or will he ",ul !"' hy mull on
receipt of the mutiny by, BildrecclnL' '1 IIH (il(A
MRDK'IN K CO., No.U Mechanic block, Detroit
Mich. Hold In Cairo by Barclay llro., I'uul U
Mchuh and (leo. K. O'llara.
Yoilrelvii liv muklnir in oil
ey when a unidrit chance I
olt'ered, theruby alway
keeping noverly front yoiir
door. Thocu who always
take advalititwe of tint pood
rhanc.e for iiinkitiK money Itiut aru offered, uelieral
ly become wealthy, while, thoce who do not Im
prove, anch. chance remain In poverty. We want
many men, women, boy and (th l to do work fur ti
rlitht in their own lnculttle, Thu htiinec will
tmy tnoru tlimi ten time ordinary wui;e. W
fiirnlchan expencencivn on I III and all that yon
peed free. Nonnr, who etitfiiixi'c fiillc to muku
money rapidly. Von eati devote your wkolu time,
to the work, or only your paro moment. Kill!
Information and all that I needed ent freu. Ad
drcM HTINHON CO., Portland, Maluu,
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v -rrTv aii '.,j'u:-..'.-(.
m. z.. av 1 a " av -
V 1 'aC9aW r.'M' 3--''l,. ".Mn,."-MC.Hmitl. . V.',
mm1 vJtaarIr avWAcMat. mmim, lHa (Mim1