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TJIJC DAILY CAIUO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKNIN.8, MARCH 10, 181.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
iriT iiikim miiKiiit itninw).
ufFIClAL PATKRUK CITY AND CorNTY
Worth, ns ti p ncnil rule it Is sh'uI,
makes no rhrti'i' fur lininjrs. l.tili'lv,
liowovcr, hi' dt'imrli'il from liin custom
by n'liuiriiijj nt iih-iiI fur tin' fur lining
of n flunk li" m'mlf. Tin1 fur tunl win
ItllMilllll S!(l)lf, II III I till' rllMI'f was
Thu oflifi:il ri'niit of tin' I'liilfil
States lot-ul iiisn riir of blam vcnsi-N
for tin' ilifirii't of Siiicrior shows tlint
during last m'tumii l!(,ii!i'.l ousMMi'frs
wi'ir cnrrifil on sii aini't-s in that ili.ilrii't
without Iom of We. hiii! only onn wreck
ocourii'il. This is ii remarkable! show
ing for Lake Siipc rior.
A Canibriilgf (Mass ) letter says flint
cliini'ing is a rare iliveision in t hat plnee.
cxerptiiig for young prl ninl timli'i
crailiuites. A Methmlisl preacher, who
hxikfil on nt a small dancing ji.-uly at a.
house in Cnnibriilgp, oliserved with .sec
tarian humor that 1 1n young women
went through their iiuinlrilles ami walt
zes ns gravely n. if they were "uniler
A school friend of (ieorgn Eliot says
that while Marian Evans was the plainest-looking
girl and the poorest in the.
aristocratic Edinburgh school, she was
universally respected as intellectually
their superior. The school girl of Ifi wiis
of a sensitive and retiring disposition
and far before her companions as a
writer of prose mid verse ns well as in
Iter various studies.
A correspondent explains the signifi
cation of the shattering of the glass at.
the HotliKfhihls wedding: "Wine is
brought in a brittle vessel, and being
six limes blessed the married couple
drink thereof, and the rest of it, in
token of joy, is cod on the ground;
then the bridegroom, in memory of the
ruin of their city and temple, with force
dashes the vessel to thn ground."
Mr. George Dennis has discovered on
the. earliest rock-hewn monument of
Asia Minor the prehistorieal statue of
Niobe, sculptured on the cliffs of Mount
Sipvlus, near Magnesia, and mentioned
by Homer, a cartouche cut in the rock
at the right of the head, with hiero
glyphs that have not yet been copied.
They am in low relief, distinguishable
with difficulty, and not easy accessible.
One of Hint Ilarte's stories has been
(jramatized and placed upon the stage
at Merlin under the title of "The lost
Son," but it has not met with much
success. The Germans say that the
author's humor is not titled for stage
representation, and that scenes of dis
sipation, which can he c licet ively and
humorously described in a narraii vc,
become repulsive when an attempt is
madi) toad them.
Sir Henry Havelock, the son of the
Indian hero, was two years ago left, a
valuable estate by a cousin on condition
that he assume the testator's name of
Allan. It was left, however, in such a
fashion that Sir Henry can not enter
upon its enjoyment until his children
have attained their majority, nt which
period he will be 70 years old. In order
to educate his son properly, Sir Henry
has just appealed to chancery for a
moderate allowance from the accumula
ted income of the estate, and has been
granted $1VjUU a year.
The coiton mill in Augusta, Me.,
belonging to the Spiiigue property, has
the past year, under the management
of Mr. Cliiifl'ee, the trustee of the pro
perty, manufactured over II.ihmi.iiim)
yarifs of print cloth, being an increase
in t ho production of over l.iitw.OtM)
yards over the production of two years
ngoi wiih the same machinery am) I lie
same number of hands employed. Tim
product of the mill is all transported to
Cranston, K. I., where it is printed in
one of the mills owned by the SpTngue
New York which Ims large expen
ditures every year, is now clamoring
for the opening of Harlem river around
the north of i ins ilnud, New York is
now spending i'i.i"i,oiHi to increase
her water mpph by tapping the Hronx,
another sniail river many miles up in
the country, running their surplus into
reservoirs, to be conducted into the
Croton A'jueduct. The elevated rail
roads use T.jO.ood gallons of water a
day, beyond various consumption.
TIIK 11KST II A 1 11 Dltl-.SSIMI IN HIK WOKI.I).
liurnctt's C'ocoaine allays irritation, re
moves all tendency to dandruff, invigorates
the action of the capillaries in the highest,
degree, and has earned a deserved reputa
tion for promoting the growth and preserv
ing the beauty of the human hair. Ladies
dressing their hair elaborately for the even
ing will find that it imparts a healthy
natural gloss to the lutii, and will cause
it to retain its shape for hours.
Murnett's Flavoring Extracts are used
and endorsed by the best Hotels, Coulee
tinners and Grocers throughout the country.
They are perfectly pure.
Stop That Cough.
If y,ou are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
Iosh of voice, tic kling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
u uth excitement by it wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the bist)cnr,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung nlTections, and tun cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and get a tr'nil
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale by George I-. O'lliira. Druggist,
Cairo, III. ;j)
Hard ia the heart that never lilt for woman
And cold the breast that never throbbed to
make her Borrow lens1,
For man' cares and man's delight was
lovely woman born,
And .curat be be, where'er he move, can
, treat her worth with acorn ;
The tenr it atarta from woman's eye, to see
you racked with Colicky pain,
And ahe wisely gets Spring Blossom to
make you well agun.
Prices: $1 50 cents, and trial iHittlftn 10
An Ohio paper, speaking of George
Elliot, say her "chief works were 'David
Deunda' and Helen's Ilabies.'"
A wildcat appeared in the streets of
Castine, Me., the other day, frighten
ing the people, but was driven into the
river and captured.
There are said to have been about
Wo divorces granted in Maino liust year,
r one to every twehc marriages. Ex
act returns fnuu live counties show 2''.'l.
Josephine Ilurbide, daughter of the
former Mexican emperor, is to receive
from the present republican govern
ment a pension o! .1ii.imh) a year.
Ih'e culture is becoming a profitable
industry in Texas, especially in the
Mraos and Colorado willcys, where
ipiito a number of enterprising men
have found that it pays vastly more
than cotton raising.
A rattlesnake which was caught last
summer in a harvest field liflecn miles
south of Chatham. Out., i- still on exhi
bition at i local di ug 'tore. It has eaten
nothing for live months, hut seems fat
The last two members of a family
were burned ti death in Dorchester,
Mass., recently. Their brother wa-s
killed before Yick-burg, their father
was drowned, and their only sister was
burned to death some months ago.
The material used for decorating
ladies' rubber over-gaiters with fancy
colored designs is made from the tail
of the moose, and the secret of coloring
it so that it stand the heal of
manufacture belong-, lo Hie Canadian
Gainbetla, the other day, in address
ing the university students in l'aris,
declared Aiignsle Comte the greatest
thinker of the age. ami went on to con
gratulate his hearers on having aban
doned the spiritual view of things for
A Russian sailor, named Ivanhoh", on
board t he frigate Edinburgh, in Cher
bourg harbor, having struck an oflicer,
was sentenced to death, taken three
miles out lo sea, in order to be beyond
French jurisdiction, and hanged to the
A man named Kobiiison, of Griflin's
Corners, Duchess county, N. Y., while
taking care of bis slock recently no
ticed that one of his cows appeared un
easy, and, upon examination, found a
large weasel hanging to the cow's neck
and sucking her blood.
Dr. Carson, of Lcechbiug. I'enn.,
while attending a severe case of diph
theria, is said to have' received some of
the virus on a sore'spot on his hand,
and to have died a day or two after
ward in conscipicnce. The bad ('fleets
were felt within two hoursof the inocu
lation. Mine. Gcistingcr, the actress from
Vienna, is said to be pretty, buxom,
graceful, sprightly, and vivacious. Sho
is said to be an extremely accomplished
woman, and one feels in seeing her as
in seeing ( 'apoul as if she had des
cended a step in playing opera boufl'e.
Mine. Albaui, who retired from the
operatic stage at the age of iifi in order,
as she said, that the public should not
witness the decline of her powers, was
recently induced to reappear in l'aris,
when she astonished even the critics by
the freshness of her voice and splendid
The home of Elizabeth Stuart 1'helps
at Gloucester Mass., is a brown, two
story cottage. It is filled with remem
brances of her friends, and with books
and pictures. Here the author of "The
Gates Ajar" spends her quiet, invalid
days with all thecalinne -sof the summer
The rage for forgeries siill continues
in Spain. A million of faNe coupons
of government howl have been manu
factured, and the latest news is that
the painter M'issunier is made to sail
under false colors. The forced picture
represents a mounted sentinel on the
top of a hill. His horse, however, is so
warped as to scrioii-.lv di-turh the nor
mal reciprocity of action in the fore and
An Unfortunate Mistress.
Mr. de X . a young man of ."il,
employed in an important government
office in l'aris, married a young lady
with a dowry of .'WO.000 francs. This
marriage was far from being agreeable
to X 's mistress who, while compre
hending that the marriage was neces
sary for her lover's interests, did not
wish to be abandoned altogether. She
wept, and prayed, and threatened, until
at last X had her engaged in the
house to look afler the linen. Mine, rle
X was of course ignorant of the
whole affair. Soon, however, she per
ceived a strange familiarity between
her husband the liiifirrf, and at length
became convinced of his infidelity. In
despair sho went and consulted one of
her friends, who advised her to play the
coquette and make as if she meant Ut
retaliate upon her husband by being
unfaithful in her turn. Mme.de X
followed this advice, until one day last
week, weary with dissimulation, she left
the house anil took refuge at her friend's.
Mr. de X found her there the next
morning in a state of violent nervous
agitation. Moved by the grief of his
wife, Mr. do X promised to do all
she desired. He wrote a letter to his
mistress ordering her to leave the house
immediately, and the two resolved not
to return home until evening in order
to avoid meeting the girl. At night
they returned, and on asking whether
the girl hail gone they were told that
she had not been seen. On going up
to her room they found a corpse. The
girl had asphyxiated herself with fumes
of charcoal on receiving Mr. deX 's
letter. A note from tier to Mme. do
X asked pardon for the grief she
had caused her, and said that, as she
had loved Mr. de X with all her
heart, ahe preferred to die rather than
to be separated from him. The next
day the poor girl was buried, and Mine.
lnX followed the bier of her un
Al Kincardine, ( Int., while a merchant
was weighing out tea he ciiine. across
fourteen coins strung on a piece of
twine, which hud evidently been drop
ped by a Chinese workman engaged in
packing the chest. Tim coins, some
made of copper and others of bra-s, are
considerably worn, Kuch coin has a
square holo in the centre; and from
their appearance they hud been casl,
and not Htamucd us our coins are'.
"Mailt' New Again." '
St. Cathariskh, Out.
R. V. Pima. M. D. :
I have used your Favorite Prescription,
Golden Medicul Discovery and Pleasant
Purgative Pellets, for the last three months
and find myself (what ahull 1 say)
"made new airain," are the only words that
express it. I was reduced to a skeleton,
could not walk across the thajr without
fainting, could keep nothing the shape of
food on my stomach. Myself ami friends
had given "up all hope, my immediate death
seemed certain. I can never be too thank
ful to those who recommended your medi
cines, for I now live (to the surprise of
every , body) and am able to do my own
work. I desire to make this statement in
order that those suffering may not despair
until they have given your remedies a trial.
Mrs. Vm. D. Kyckman.
A Young Hero.
One brave boy, Charles McKenna,
saved three lives by such an heroic ac
tion that his name should be recorded
forever in terms of warmest praise. He
was in the room with his baby sister,
live months old, a brother of three and
a half years old, and a brother aged
seven. His mother had gone out on an
errand, he bad just put on his coal, and
hat, and with his books on his arm was
About to leave for school. He opened
the door and turned to kiss the little
sister in the cradle when a tongue of
llame darted into the room meeting him
fairly in the face. , Willi admirable
presence of mind he closed the door,
and catching his younger brother in his
anus darted to the window. As he
threw it up he saw that escape was im
possible. On the sheil in the opposite
yard were some men standing, and to
them he shouted out, "Catch the baby."
They braced to do it, he measured the
distance with his eye. swung the child
out of the window and threw it fairly
into the anus of the waiting people
below. Without waiting to see the
result of his work he turned to bis
brother and tried to throw him out also.
The lad resisted with a strength which
the brave vonth could not overcome.
"Stand here a moment," he said, plac
ing him in the middle of the room and
then dolling his coat he went to the
further corner of the apartment, and
running swiftly toward the open window
caught the little fellow in his a-ins as
he pa-sed. and before he coiild resi-i
launched the lad into the air. into the
strong arms held up to eaieh him as he
fell. There el remained the babe ill
the cradle. Hastily wrapping it in
sonic clothing that was convcn.ent. and
wrapping himself in a great coal at the
same lime, he drew the babe to his breast
and once more climbed on to the win
dow sill. There the brave boy stood
facing the flames that roared around
him and almost bidden in the smoke
that ponied out of every winduw and
enveloped the house. The people be
low called to li i III to throw the child
down and jump himself. In resjioiise
he shook his head calmly. His self-pus.
session neverdeserted him, and drawing
the baby closer to his breast he dashed
out to the end of the tire escape, and
watching until there scenic I to fie a lull
in the smoke began the descent. lie
slid swiftly from post to post, and when
he reached the hist landing he hastily
ma le a bag of his coat, and putting the
bab' into it lowered it safely down.
Then he droppc I dow n to ihe ground
and called out, "Is my Iro'her hurt!'''
Even in thai moment of ecllenn nt the
crowd recognized 1 1 1 InTn Willi a cheer,
and they carried him and the ilnee
childri li he had so braveiv p'-i-tn-il n,
their shoulders to tin Irani i, niot
who thought the w er lo-t.
A Sensible I'rccatitioii.
Though disease cannot always be con
quered, its first approaches can be checked,
lint not only is the use of a medicinal safe
guard to b" recommended on the first ap
pcanuicc of a malady, but a wise discrimi
nation should be exercised in the choice of
a remedy. For thirty years or more I Ins
fetter's Stomach Hitters has been the reign
ing spceilie for dyspepsia, fever and ague,
a loss of physical stamina, liver complaint
and other disorders, and has been most ( in
ph.ilicaliy indorsed by medical men as a
health ami sln-ngHi restorative. It is in
deed ii wise precaution to use this sever
eign fortifying agent and alterative in the
early stages of disease, for it effectually
coiinteiacts it, if the maledy belongs to
that large class to which this sterling med
icine is ad ipted. Not only is it cflicacimis,
but pure and harmless.
Theoretical Horsfl Power of Water.
I he theoretical power of water is the
weight of the moving column multiplied
by its velocity per second, and the
product divided by o.Vi. or if the veloci
ty per minute is used us a multiplier,
t he product obtained should be divided
by :i.!.Hii(i. The sectional area in inches
of a moving column of water required
to supply a water wheel, is commonly
referred to as the discharge of the wheel
or "siii:i;e iiches" used. This is not
determined altogether by the measure
ment of the Imckcls or the chutes of Ihe
water w heels, A wheel which acts by
direct impact of ihe water, is an ob
struction lo the water, and the amount
can only be ascertained I y experiment.
A reaction wheel (which is simply a
screw cutting the falling wafer) dis
charges a larger column of wafer than
would Im represented even by the
measurement of its bucket openings. A
cubic loot of water weighs t)2,f 2.r
pounds, n it 1 is equal toti.:'f gallons.
The ipiantily of water supplied by a
si ream is determined by multiplying the
area of cross section by the velocity.
The velocity should be carefully as
certained by repeated trials in a portion
of the stream where the current is even,
and the seel ion uniform for the distance
measured. A loaded stick (loafing up
right, mid nearly touching the bottom,
is the best thing for showing the veloci
ty of the water. If a chip or stick on
the surface of the water is used, from
'.'0 to '2 per cent, should be thrown off
from the result for the difference between
Ihe surface velocity and the average
Hop Hitters, which are advertised in our
columns, urn a sure cure for ague, billious
Hess and kidney complaint. Those who
use them say they cannot be too highly
recommended. Those ulllicted should give
ineiii a tair trial, ami win liecomo thereby
enthusiastic in the praise of their curative
qualities. Portland Argus.
Mkim;i. DiUKiNUKituKrt, 40U Mroudway,
l essee of the Iy Bide Base Ball grounds,
says he has used the Eolectric Oil for
sprains and contusions sustained by ball
pluyiug, und considers it invaluable, In
one instance where Ins thumb was severely
sprained a steady application of it cured
him in less than ;j days. Paul 0. Schuh,
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
semi a recipe that will cure you, free ot
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Hev. Joseph
T. Ininaii, Station I), New York City.
The Post of Honor.
When vice prevuils nnd impious men bear
sway, the post of honor is a private sta
When Rheumatism and Neuralgia prevail,
Dr. Thomas' Kclertnc Oil is the best
remedy. "Poster, Milburn V Co."
Paul O. Schuh, agent,
The ladies who some time since were un
able to go out, having taken Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, are quite
recovered, and have gone on their way re
vijrfl i, b ! ill r
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Scroness of ihe Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Csneral Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
N'VPn inrtit:'.n on eurtti icmlt VT .1 in,n. On n
a '', miri1, aim ilr Kiel , Vxu nml limn !.
A triul i-ntiiiN hia t lie i'"!:inilivc ly tntliiiK ontiny
of Hit enls. Hie! ivery one mi Hi rint.' with pain
chu have i iie.iji Hint ifiv,' proof of iw claims.
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tii'It', nr fur uiiytliiiiu' iiiipuri; or 1 tijurlo u
fv'ilnl in Ih.'lli.
Akyoiir ilnnrt'lht for Ilori Ulttem anl try
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Who uant glossy, luxuriant
nnd wavy tresses of abundant,
lwautiful Hair most uso
LYON'S KATlIAIltON. This
elegant, cheap article) always
makes the Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
iicbs, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the II air
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Katuairou,
1. Oulfll Kent free lo thOKU wild Hlnh to en
L i f-x r!"k'" l""IM n""'1 I'lencsnt hhiI prolltHliln
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m r I('Hiilnl ii.it rciiilriMl. wu will fiinilKh
) eviTvtliliiL'. Jinn ilny Hint iiunrlfi Ih yet
n enHlfy iiimln without etiiylinj hwiiv from
home ever nlulit.t No rick whnlcver. Mniiy new
work'TK winilcd lit. time. .Mimy ro nuiklnii fort
limiH t thu IiiihIimikh. I ihII.'h iiinkti nx much no
mi'ii, ttnl voiniit liny" ninl trlrlH iiuiKti irrtml py. No
onti who In willing to work fiiiln in maku morn
money every ilny tlmli ran . iiiu!lii m,vh Ht nny
oilier iniipluyiinml. 'Ilium. ho i'Iikhk' at nnee
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Strength ami Durability!
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Tl'i'y w ill oiiiIiihI all t'otnmiiti. cfii Oranc,
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Outllt lurnichcil lri-i-, with full In-
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jirnll I n tl f bupitn-H. that any out) rau
.npii:t' in. liii' i:uhi rn-m i mi navy
li Hrn, i li our liiilriiriiuu art- fu
pi'n.i-hihI plblu, that any one ran
make treat iro!tti Iroin the Hart. Nu one can fail
wliu Im willing lo work. Woim-n are a aiiccif.aful
iia men liny ami i!irlH ran t arn lart'e ioim.
Many linv minle nt the hu-lln -a over one liundreil
inllara in a mnrlf M-i k. Nolliiin; like il ever
known hefort-. All w ho ennht'e are nuriiriitd at tin-t-nite
and rtitdily with whirh ihty are al.lt- lo iimke
itii'in y. Von inn nurture In iliu tiiilnei duni.u'
vtuir niare lime nt urt at profit. Vo mlo nol have to
him i-l i tipilal in II VV e tiike nil tlt- rifk Thorn
who need remiy money. Khoulit wtire lo nt at once.
All luiuifhi-d free. Addrer TKI.'K CO. -Ail
Obtained lor new Invention, or for improverni-un
unoid wiice ; for medical or oilier compo-inda, Iradr
marka and lat.els. ( aveata. Al.'iimenla. Inter
fereiiren. Appeal. Suila for I ufriliemeuia, ami
nil cane arifiiiir tinder Ihe Patent Ijiw, prompl
ly attended in Ii.v. nlion. that have lie.-n
R V I VC'Y V I ) t,y ""! 0ffl''" ,n "tin.
ilUtl 111 1,1' ., mini cshhi, lie jiatenletl by
na Helnir opposite the t'. S Patent Iietarlment,
and rnfraifert in Patent hiiaiiit-aa eicltiMively. we ran
innke tinner aearehea, and Hertire Pateutamore
promptly, and with broader claim, than thon witi
r" remote f"tn W'ai-hintrton.
1 V V T0 RS "n'' " model or Hket- h I
lii ? Iji ' 't' ' yonr devire; we make ei
aniinatioiif and adriae aa to ;iatetitahilltv. free i,l
rhar)e. All rorrei-pomlenre atrirtly ronfidentlal
l'ricea low, and no charge unli en i'an nl i iecnrd.
We p-ter in Wauhiiit'ton, to IJon PoatmaaU'r
(Jeneral I). M Key, Key. K. I). Power The lierman
American National Hank, to olllrlaia in the I. S.
Patent iifRci-. and to Si-naiora and hepreaeiitativn
In C'-nirre.: and eapeclally toonr client" in t-yery
Htate tri the I'mon ami in Canada. Addreu
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Ovpoaite Pat nt nflire. WaahiniftuD D. C
liKNI. V. CliVKTiiX. .SldliV II. LAD!)
II M.llKItT K. PA INK.
1 ale I'titiiniinfiniier of l'atin,
P A T E N T 8
PA INK. (JIIAKTON ,V: LADD,
Atiornei" at l.nw and .solicitor of A mcrlrai ami
IP.' KIITI1 STliKK I . WASHINOTON, D. C
I'ractiie initeni law in all il tiratic net In lha
Pill- nl I d!ii anil in Uu- Supreme anil Clrcuil
I'oiirl of ihe I niii tl Stall Piimphlet ntnt free
on receipt ol i-iiiiup lor ponia.'
p0PniKT()K OF SPUOAT'S PATENT
Wholosiilo Dealer in lee.
IGK BY THE CAU LOAD OH TON, WELL
PACKED FOH SHIPPING.
Oai ro.ids a Specialty.
() it' h' ltJKi
Cor.Twell'tli Street and Levee,
To NVrvoim Ntillt'i'tTH -Tlic dreiit, KuropeHii nnif-Mlv-Ur.J.
H. SiinisiiirnSM'cltl(! Miiillelim.
Dr. .1 . H. Stmpaon'a Ciiticllle Medicine I a pour
live cure for Hpermittorrliea, Imiiotency, Weaktie
unit all dlcnci, reaullltiK fnuu htiir-Ahuao. aa Nit
vmiallfhilltv. irritnlillltv, Mti'itul Atulely, l.miK",r
l.aaaltuile, Ili-prelon iirHplrlt and functional du
riiiiKi'tneiitaorihe Nervoii Hyalein L'cncrallv Pain
in niicK or mile, i.oK or Memory. I'reinatiiri'
Aim ami oiaeaaea
til ii I lead to 1'on
Miniplion I iikkiiI
ty ami an early
uravt!, or both.
No matter how
chattered t h e
Hyateni may be
from exceaH of
unu tlnrl . M...
rh --4 r
A I I I
" " J " I, rill. I'au. w w. . i
roiirao of Ihla medicine will renre H' 1""t '"P"
tlonatindnroiriire nealtli ami IihpP'""",' hlr'' rt:
forti wna ileapomlency and uloorn ifi niainnc
Medicine I being tia.-d with woiiilnrrtil atlc-
tTatiitililetaentfrenloall. WnUi lor Ilium mid
ne lor 'i (hi. Will b e"t by nmll on rorolpi ol
tnouey. ',','rJl'?,lM i'si'N,'J MBDIf.TNK CO.,
Not. 104 Mid I Mln Ht- HuO'lo, V. V.
WAMED.-Mautifacttirlnii ronccrri ntita a
hunuena man lo Culm, an i Inovury city i not al
ready tukt u. i A few bundrad dollnra 'uuceary to
pay for good on delivery afier order have been
inured lor the. aitinu. $iri() per inoiiiii proit',
KUarnnti id. The moHt aearclnnij lnvcthatioii
aolleited A. H. AKNOLD CO , lormr flrat
Struot and iiroadway, Hrooklyn, K. V
THE MILD POWEE
Huiuplireys' Homeopathio Specifics
Proved from ample eiperlenee mi mtlre
HtiiK-oMM. hliiiile, I'roiiilil, Kllleleol. and
Itelliihle, Ilny urn I lie only Ineiileiuea
llllllpleil ll plipllllir IIKI-.
i.im en i -d ie 1 1, an. 1 1 it f". Mt let
I. Keirra, CoriKeMtlon, Inflammntloni., ..'i
'i onn., Worm l-ever Worm folic,
1. rtlou t'olle, or Iccililiittof Inriium, J..
- Diarrhea of I litltlreii or Atlull. - .-''
Dv.eiitery, (irlilnu, Hllltum Colli!, .&
6. J holera Slorlio, VoiniiliiK. -i.
Cotiulia, l.'old, ItronehlllK, - .
H. eiiinltfia, iixithHclie. Kueeai he. ;
. ! !;''"deliea. Kick Heinlm heH, VerllKO,
I". IIVNIieltHln. Itlllitiiii
i. piiii ,rre,i or I'niiiliil IVrlod.
t. hlle, tin, pri.riiMH I'i tIihIk, ..'.
i:i. Croiti. I'tiindi. Min.-tilt liri-nililnir, Ifi
I'- tV'D in. KrYKl-la, . rnptlona, :
I. lllieiiiniili.iii. Ithciiiiiulic a I ii M -
It'u t i ter iiii.I atie. bill. Kevi r, Au'iu a 'i
ti. i'llea. Illllnl or Itleeillnir. - '
II. nliirrli iieiiie nr i hrninei liiiliieiimi n
M. V bnoillllu I lillk-ll. I lull-Ill I niiKIln, '.'
.'I. l.i iiernl llelilllly. I'hyn'l IVeukm-M,
Ikiilney lllaeiine, ,u
.s rrton llebilllv Slierniiiti.rrhe.t. 1 mi
ii. I rillltri l-akneaa. U el liny the Iti il. .
::. Ili..-Mi.e ul the Heart. I al iliiilon, 1 1,
I nr ! ny ilriiKKli-Knru-tit l.y in.- i ,,.,
or-iiili- V lal. rreeof i-liiirK'e, on ri'i-t'lnt of
i.ri. -. n n l fur Dr. Iliiinilirei' llin.kiiii
IM.i-u.i-. At., ml nitei... .il-u lllo.lraled
I a ll.. .-lie. t ltKK.
A.l lr. --. hiiouilire. liiiueohlblc I
.Vied. t o.. 1U!I l ulluu St.. .Vw iurk.1
(iiven l:i.t in t relief a 'id i an ltif allibla
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold hy Drtnririntiieyerywtiere, J''.ci.. t neper dm
prMi-Oiviin.il, M'tipli-aaetitVi" to plii.c!ai 4
and ullnult'-r- r,.y 1' N.-naUcdtcr 1 " !''' S"."'.
hew I'uikLily. biluiuuuuiaciur p-ol "ltcU-.,i.''
ROLLER'S TNF" COD-LIVER Oil
..ri." tir p it... rrormtinr. I tlir t-.i ii.ih.hikh-
III 'I ''.I ..'Htiinli.:. IU In W"il. l..w . l..t." -1
a.,. I,,! 14 A. .,i.i'. Ci....r...., i . i--..
6-il-ll.JtM-uvi't. W a iCH.'tf FTLIS d ta H y
DR. JUXVE 8GHAT
"r ,iw I. at l it . r I'l.I it ,kH
lt, AW.rw ...I Vn. I u. . t , . .
liraiLiiuitlfu.i-tiaadln.riH, .V" fi'fi' r
i:r'ti(-tyivtf, '1 rift'-N- Blfl Uh iOt t, ,; t-,. (9
I it I- mil. Ihey p.t ttii.'riiriajr, --i.d tituii.-,
I'. 11. an I ni.n ad ln to Ita Kf.lSK. y(
A a I. : u 1 ' hi IpLi 1 'a. .Six ur itapu Ui uj, 4,
Vlthont mclUnri. AU.ANU ROI.mt.B MFtlt.
TKI) HtJltilK.-v. pautil'd Ocioher 1ft. iiT.K
One li- 1.
Vi. 1 r;ll car any raae In f..ar d or I.
So. 2 ili r-ir.- ttic m ail oUUuair cu, iu n.aiu-r
f hour I rn.'.tandlnK.
Nonauaaoiii ipiaei of enheha, copaiba or i.'l f
n'lt. w-Hiii. trial ar c,.ri;n i.. j'M.lu.T dy.rw ' a
y iroy:i,tr I'm- eoititii;a of tt i nnt. h. S11
ayrtmreaor trina-arii miretiona u pr.eiurt utlicr
a. rtoii rnt iplicaiinna.
Price $. . mi ll BV ALL I'ltt tiGlsTS, or
Biti'ledof r---i-!.t (, nrii r.
For ! f her faril uiaraarnd for cln-nlar.
. P-' M I 14-11. J ALLAN i..MJoiinhinL
W c i-rl. r rrm ird for any cu 1 thry iU do
y-jl- S.afe ai.d .an- cur.
( lr Hily that ..-!i'!--i t:i--ir
addri'. wlilr. r.- . i:,.
lloiiii Fret, ftu Mini, t.'i.it
may prny t'ic ateppoiif-al.wia to a life of mici r-..
ill. i-..- - .illy a'htpii-d to tlinae Im have r- a h 1
Hie f..i-t 01 the hill A-t lre 41. ol .St., l'.s
Ureiiirh Mr. el, New Vork.
IiNVlGOBiTOR. f.w C-ra
- ti!. v, u J r- "i(iiiit'Trv, Ilm nl vi,- -r
f V'T h Ifi 1 w T"ntit. 'r'r . I A ' ' t'u
M U ,At,l. tMi AJELUCXL 1 .son it K, i 'iiu.A
mecical tzm mil m pun hdke talk.
1 i.U, htMrvt.lrm
'1 fiirit.'; jr. Altaic 1
J hrllnl I'nH. fVk, tk
u..-j -. ... r-. 1 . . . .
kitUattShottiuiu, K.rul'va.anola.o.4. f ixamiuiioa
llreech l .oadtt'i; Shot Otina, f Ifi lr, t-W 1. Double Fbot
oin. Innfr-ii. Himrletitina.ttioa.ii. i;iil'.,ito
tlX Ifevnlfera. It t-t frS. hend for free illiiHtraleil
atalomin. dliKAl' WtbltlLi j t N WOUKh.
I'UUImr .h, Pa.
kl m It!., ut l i
K-,J in ry
A.4kl ., ltlli-
RE YOU SICK OR All INVALID?
Whrn .11 "l'.r inr.nt fall tif Ihu "fHfl'IT
I MYSTHIV " ...! i- rur.H. Sl.U Ah-r, Srt, II. klil,
1 '.ltlitl ! ff-l-t-.ia,. Ai. I I II Mn.U.l.V,
'10 W..I Hill Mlrl. N. v...k
IS Mia'kS. :"i"
PmllMioiit I'nnelttfil iniarutit4,-(. AiiilrfM W M;iiV
Ct. .luu.ki-ih.V ilriikura,MI-;icL.iiit. i'luce. New Vi-rk.
MUSTACHE AND WHISKERS.
(iltAVS Nl'r.CIF.r. JIKDII INK,
TRADE WHK.'ihireat KiiKlmli lKAUK MAIilv
fallinu enr" for
Seminal W eakm r
sper m a I orrhoi 11,
liiipoleucy. ami all
dlaetiiie that lol
low a a cotiaii.
iiiieiicti 01 Bill
-, llliltae; B lliaa
Before TasiuKtiiemory, univei
aliiiae; a Iohh
,iaallililn.'iil',T tlm lint k, , dUn i flQr' 'Vuiin,
,.,.a ,ii'vlloii. premnttiri) old t!c,mur i"4"
ll'H Ol vie I - !-. , .,
.-..il limiikeH II. lit I. ...I liienllll V nr
ano 111 n 11.. - - .
oiiiin in I ' n'"l n premature irrayi'. ,
Ktill piii'll' iiliir in our liiitnphlet, wlilrj '
lre to ei"l lr,'l! '' mull t" every on- lht'iu
c IHc metllcim' I olil tv all drinJltl"'", ' ' I"''
packm-i'. l Im or w(ll be unit In-rl'V in-ill 011
receipt of Ihe tnotiKy by Hdtlrellif 1 D I. I il!A V
MKIIIl'INK CO., No a Mechanic block, lleiroit
Mich, hold Int aim bv llarclay Hroa., Paul (i
Schuh anil lleo K. O'llarn.
V 1 oiirelvc by tun ilna tuoti
ley w hen n iroldcn ihiinctr la
olferei I. Ilierebv alwnva
ki'eplhn noverly Irotn yoiir
door. Thoati who alwava
1 11 K iid 11 rt 1 11 iff of I tie (.'nod
chance for ntnkliiK money Hint are oll'eretl, ip-ncrni-
ly liectimy wt-allliy, wlillii tlioatt who tin mil Im
tirotu audi i-liHiice reinaln In povitrty. V wmit
ninny men. women, boy iiml irlrl to do work for 11a
rlBbt In Hieir own liH-allllea. Tim bnaincH will
imy niore limn ten tunc ordinary wiie-i. 'u
fiirnlah 1111 enpennetialvn outllt 11111I nil llml yoti
lined free. No one who imitate full In maku
money rapidly. Yon can dovoltt your whole lima
to the work, or only your iparti liiometn. Kni
InforniHtlnn ninl nil tfinl I neriled i-ut fi , kj . Ad
dreia STINHON & CO.. I'ortUud, lalne,
lfHB i-if1'!? i?i vt!rJ-'r.v....v?MT.".'.'."".iii."Ji
a. H !1 I if .I..J. till ..I. WMHI 1 y..s N.