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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
UAm: Bulletin BoUdinc, WfttiilnicK.il Areim.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COFNTT
The legislature of Texiw tins defi'iUfl
a bill to prevcut ofl'rriiig insanity re
sulting from drunkenness as a pleii for
ucquittal in niunli'r c ases.
The coolest exploit Cleveland, ().. has
known wait that of burglars who recently
entered a hoii-e in the family's alienee
and openly moved away the furniture
An Iowa younjr lady dreamed thrice
that she hail married a certain man.
She met the man, necording to her
dream, and the marriage took place,
ami now the two are divorced.
K. A. Sot hern is said to have been a
most excellent physical medium, ami
on one occasion in New York ho so
scared Matilda Heron with a letter from
the spirit world, upon which there was
a drop of blood, that she could never
afterward bear allusion to the subject.
The pay of one shilling a day hitherto
granted to British naval cadets on entry
m to be abolished. The cadets will bo
treated more as private students tiian as
young naval ollicers, thus reducing the
"cost of maintaining .the training-ship
Representative Cabell, of Virginia,
had a letter from a constituent recently,
saying, "My friend Mr. Iloerd years ago
moved West; I can not hear from him.
Will you please go to tho census otlice,
look over the lists, ami send me word
where he is?'1 '
Mr. Tennyson is said to be so near
sighted that he reads and writes with
great diflietiltv. That he is a good
courtier may be inferred from his de
claring that the nightingales have not
sung at Faringford, in the Isle of Wight,
since the prince consort died.
When the war broke out Gen. William
Newell, of Durham, Maine, aged Cv,
dyed his hair and w hiskers and enlisted.
When asked if he was not over 45, he
replied that he was a leetle, und was ac
cepted; but when his rank and age were
known he was detailed to hospital duty.
He died recently, aged 82.
A Mr. Randall, who lives nenr Flat
Lick, Ky., has a couple of most singular
monstrosities on his farm a couple of
Iambs, each the proud possessor of two
heads, and each head graced with two
healthy eyes. The singular animals
are as playful and frisky its any other
of tho sheep kind. The heads are joined
together just behind the skulls.
Arrangements are now being made
for the erection of a monument in l'ere
Lachaise, to the memory of the first
1'iesident of the French Republic. By
Mme. Thiers' desire, as expressed in
lier will, the tomb in the memorial will
contain the bodies of Mme. Doshe, M.
and Mme. Thiers, and Mile. Insne
"You dirty boy" is the advertising
catch-phrase of a soap manufacturer in
England. For permission to print the
phrase on the bucks of the paper,
stamps, etc., to be used in taking the
English census, the soap manufacturer
will pay all the expenses of taking tho
census, which will be about $jiXi,(XK).
The province of Qunbeo has two cred
it foncier companies .organized to loan
capital at easy ratca of interest, the
tirat lYoiioli numnnnv ivitli k-( (Mil) IWUI
,v ........ j ......
capital having been supplemented byJ
Reinach & Co., of Paris, j)uncan Mcln-
tvre of Montreal, and other members of
the new Canada Pacific, syndicate with
A case of "boycotting" has occurred,
not in Ireland, but in Scotland, in the
county of Dumfries, on the property of
the Duke of Buecieuch indeed, in the
village which adjoins tho park of Drum
lanrig castle. It is alleged that an ex
innkeeper has been driven out of the
village, the inhabitants being forbidden
to have an) thing to do with him in his
present capacity of haililV, because some
years since he offended tho Duke's
agents by charging the Tory candidate
for the county what they thought was
too much for the use of his conveyance
on a polling day. It is staled, further,
that not long ago a retired "writer"
who settled at Thornhill was also driven
away, as tho issuing of a ukase from the
castle caused every door to bo slammed
in his face.
A Horn's Instinct.
CiiiotbeiU .lull i ti i i
Here is an iiiuir it'.uii of the natural
instinct of the !ioi-,(' when guided hy
his sense of 1 1 1 1 1 . One of our men
had hougi t oi' had been given the skin
of a lion wliieh Li:i' ir 'iiit ly died; and
as the circus v :t jul le;iing the town,
he threw il on the driver's se:it of one
of the vans, to law it tanned at the
next town. The horc in that, van was
a very (piiet one thai had been with the
circus for years. Nevertheless, the
animal immediately showed signs of
fear, which incrc.nod in spile of all en
deavors to pacify him. Then, breaking
JooNe from all restraint, he kicked and
rered and plunged about in the wildest
manner until he had broken the harness
and escaped. Various conjectures
might be made as to tho manner in
which tho horse's fears were aroused;
but I think it probable that all those
creatures which are liable to become
the prey of carnivorous beasts havo
been endowed by nature with an in
stinct which enables them to distinguish
their foes from other animals.
Case of Wator Cure.
San Frauc.iacu Po,t.
Some willy Frenehnian excuses his
devotion , to wine by aylng that he
(loesn t like water U-eausti ever since
the Mood it has tasted of Kinners. I'ii
at the McFlippeys Ix.ardin house., on
J'ine street, they recently found the
samo objection to the l'upiid with which
I hey washed down their daily hash. n
fact no obioct ionable the sinner ingruili.
ent became that an examination was
.mode of the lank on the roof, in which
"was discovered the body of Mrs. Mcl'.'s
worser baif, who had fallen in and been
drowned. The widow said she had
noticed a singular odor of whisky about
the water pitcher for more than a week,
but, as she had supposed the "old man"
had ls-en locked up for another month,
she liudu't suspected anything out of
Advertisements in Local Papers
1 here is a class of people iu the world
who think that newspapers are conduct
ed by their proprietors for the mere
pleasure of the thing. They also labor
uuder the delusion that a "puff for
their place of business, or for aiiy par
ticular article in which they may deal, is
an "item of new s" and would, as t he com
mon expression of the dead-beat adver
tisers bath it, "go to fill up the paper";
just as if, as all newspaper men know,
that there is not always enough and to
sparo of matter to crowd into the col
umns. Unfortunately, there- are too
many proprietors of journals who insert
in their local columns items that are le
facto advertisements, and should bo
paid for as such. The Rev. Mr. Snod
grass, B. A., etc.. etc., gets a fur coat
presented to him about Christmas time,
and the editorial sanctum is, about a
wcok beforo the intereMi ng event comes
oil', invaded by a small army of in
fluential female members of tho Rev.
S.'s congregation, clamoring for an
aib'ance notice of perhaps thirty or
forty lines, which, ot course, go "to till
upihn paper," and at. the same time
takes sundry shekels out of the proprie
tor's pocKds for composition. Then
comes a long report of said presenta
tion, taking up time and space-for
what? Just wear and tear of type and
no thanks! Every man w hoso lien lays
a mammoth egg. everv huckster who
has the first strawberries of the season,
wants a putt, but all for nothing, and
the paper has to run staff, pay wages,
feed the proprietor mnl hi- bairns, for
chameleon-like remuneration. As every
body who has had the luck, ill or good,
to engage in the newspaper business
knows, it is not the suh-criplion li.-L
that keeps up a paper, beeaue the hit
ter is as hard to collect as borrowed um
brellas, and if the advertising patronage
is all of the (T. h. cla-ss, a paper soon goes
to the wall. One of the most valuable
adjuncts to a newspaper is a good ad
vertising canvasser, a ud when he is a
good one he is worth more to the pro
prietor than any other man on the stall'.
Pay him well, give him enrte tilntirhc
to use his own discretion as to what
contracts he makes: trust to his judg
ment, and keep clear of gratuitous ad
vertisements, and the elements of suc
cess in a paper are secured. The writer
of this at one time was connected with
a little paper iu Liverpool, England,
called the Pornitiiic, that tl.ivw its
quills around in a lively style. Hugh
Siiimmin, the editor and proprietor
thereof, inaugurated a new departure.
No contributor was allowed to accept
a complimentary ticket f;r any sort of
entertainment. . Hence, free and iin
bridlcM criticism-could be indulged in.
Here they are -trammelled with being
placed under the thumb of a showman
who comes along, Hoods the olle e with
tickets, and the unfortunate mortal of a
reporter is oftentimes obliged to stulti
fy himself by faying that an affair is
goi d, when he knows full well that it is
worse than b id. For pity's sake, let
Mime- journal start the ball rolling, and
d i away with this infliction of having to
waste primer's ink, printer's lime, and
proprietor's space, wnich is a portion of
their capital, for gratuitous ads. If one
paper would only have the pluck to set
its face against it, the others would
Boon follow. An. EfthniKje..
The London 7'rt says: Sir Thomas
Hesketh, who recently married the
daughter of Senator Sharon, of Nevada,
is a lineal descendant of tho infamous
A Romance of the Kail.
A lady maiden lady by choice was
traveling westward in the company of
an eiuerry widower irienu, wno naa
been east making purchases, and gal
lantly volunteered to see the lady safe
ly to her journey s end. l lie lady was
40, but looked much younger.
A sleeping section of a Pullman car
had been secured for her, and a lower
berth of tho adjoining compartment for
the gentleman. The day and evening
had passed in delightful companionship.
and about II o clock they hade each
other good night, and retired behind
their curtains she, to divest herself of
outer garment, and replace tho same
by a loose wrapper, comfortable to
sleep in, and still dressed in the event
of accident. Then tying a handkerchief
about her head to keep her "frizzes"
from getting out of curl, she curled her
self close to the back of her berth and
went to sleep.
The gentleman, on the contrary,
could not woo slumber, so he got up,
and. armed with a good cigar, went into
the smoking-car to enjoy it and frater
nize for the time being wit h some of his
own sex. Our friend found a "good
fellow," and two hours quickly passed
r.way. A jolly-bellied, willow-bound
ll:isk changed hands several times, and
thus the elderly widower returned to
his car, kicked off his boots, and threw
himself upon the front of what he fan
cied was his berth, and fell into a pro
found slumber. How long the maiden
lady had slept she did not know, but
she was awakened by feeling the pres
sure of the bed clothes binding her in
close quarters, and, raising her head,
she observed her friend and protector,
who was peacefully snoring a soninitiu
lullaby wnich kept time to the roar and
racket of the train. Happily, tho mis
tako Mashed upon the lady, and, taking
in the situation, her first thought was to
awaken him and get him out beforo the
accident should havo an observer.
Trembling, yet. bravely, she began to
shake the intruder, and was rewarded
by a muttered "Yes, yes, all right!"
"), Mr. T., please please wake up;
you are in the wrong berth," sho began
"Yes, yes; time enough all right!"
She hegau to quake with anxiety and
a possible unpleasant denouement,
and, nerving herself, she reached out
both hands and made a grab for his hair
"Hood gracious!" was the wide-awake
response, as the man sprang into a sit
ting position and faced his almost cry
ing lauy inend, whose appreciation oi
tho ridiculous overcame her fright .for
uio instant, as hor woman s wit came to
"er aid, and, with a burst of laughter,
"Mr. Pickwick, where's vour night
dons' dear madanio; a thousand par-
"Never mind; but go, for goodness
sake! i know It's a mist ako."
He sneaked away, tooling like a tool,
and admiring the lady's good sense to
sik h an extent that It will result in a
TIIK DAILY CAIliO HULLKTIN:
"Mult Bitters aro the best 'bitters,'"
"They promote sleep and allay nervous
"Best liver and kidney medicine we sell."
"They knock the chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no rivals in this
"Best thing for nursing mothers we have."
"We like to recommend Malt Bitters."
Pool's Island, N. F., September 20th.
Deah Silts: 1 hiivo been watching the
progress of your Kclectric Oil since its in
troduction to tins piuro, ami with much
pleasure state that my anticipations of its
success have been fully realized, it haying
cured me of bronchitis and soreness of
hose; while not a few of my "rheumatic
neighbors" (one old lady in particular)
pronounces it to be the best article of its
kind that has ever been brought before the
public. Your medicine does not require
any longer a sponsor, but if you wish me to
art as such, I shall be only too happy to
have my name connected with your pros
perous child. I am, yours, &.,
Jam ps (Vixen.
Pali, (J. Scum, Agent
Dr. Kline's (Irest Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age fifr all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to fllil Arch
street, Philadelphia, IVnn.
One Way of Ot ting Along.
The servant of an officer with a
temper, was asked how he got along
Excellent" every morning ve beat
other's coats. lie takes his off to be
I keep mine on. Spring Blossom
everything for curing Indigestion,
Headache, Biliousnes-, etc. Prices:
.ID cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains, t
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on chiIIi equals Pt. Jacob On. as
a an ff, nitre, almit and rliriii External llctue'ly,
A trial entails but (he rnniimmtivily trilllup outlay
of 50 (VnlN, and every miu mfleriiiK with pum
tun have rlicap mid positive proof of itn clalmi.
tiirectlotiii in Eleven tawruHge.
EOLD BY ALL DRUGGI8T8 AND DEALERS IN
A.VOGEJuER & CO.,
llaltimnre Md., V. 8.
'OCUiM As HRODEHUJK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CUIRQ . ILJ.S
HOOTS AND MIUKS
Allieiieuin liuiUliiiii: Commercial Av.
'' only tin- vi-ry Heat Importi'il Stork and em
ploy tho nuiKt computi'bt workman.
1KK:ES REASONABLE and (atli-fartlnn
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar L.oada a Specialty.
(tor. Twelfth Street and Lerce,
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, t81.
NOTICEABLE FOISTS IN THE 21st
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE EQUIT
AllLE LIFE ASSUKANCE SOCIETY;
NEW YORK. JAN. 1st. 1881.
Asset. 84.1,108,602; an iwreaHe of
more than Three Million Dollars In
SurjihiH, $9,228,294; an lnereaneof
One and Throe-quarter Millions of Dol
lars in 1 (!!!(!.
New Musiness, $35,170,805: an in
crease of Eight and a half Million Dol
lars iu 1880.
Amount jiuid to Po' icy-holders and
their representatives during 1880,
A liberal surrender value iu paid-up
insurance is provided for iu all ordina
ry policies, in case of forfeiture.
Tontine Savings Fuud Policies may
le terminated at the close of certain
defined periods, on terms more advan
tageous than upon any other plan.
These policies prove more profitable to
the policy-holder than any other form
Actual examples can he furnished at
the Society's olllee, of persons heiBg in
sured for ten years, and then upon
termin iting their Tontine Policies, re
ceiving cash iu some instances equal to
the whole of the premiums paid; in
others, nearly all.
No technicalities nor arduous condi
tions in policy contracts.
Policies incontestable after having
been in force fur three years. All such
incontestable policies will be paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately alter the receipt at the
Society's olllee in New York of satisfac
tory proof's of death, together with 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
Qm W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
cou.tAiuiy on nana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
S3 t a v o Trimmings
At one dollar per load.
Thi: "ir;niniln(!ii"Hrt' coarxe havui(; md make
the hem Hummer wood for cooklnu tiorDope.a wel
i the cht-api-.t ever .old In Cairo. For black-
mltlii iii; In ci'itinc tln-H, they are unequalled.
Lvuvu our nrdi-ri. at the Tenth Hreet wood yard
AnKNTS-To8ELL,lllMhe yt("'t Valu
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(Mil! VllilllllM, COIItltllllllK OVIT ItKrKIIKNCI to
ln niimt nimrtHiit iiihiiit. of IntiTfiM In th world,
The iniiht Intcri PtliiK mnl ue.-ftil hook ever cum
pllrd. cuvitIiii: ii'.moMt the entire lid I of henmlng.
A Inriic liiitidHiimu ortavo volume, M!) pawn, pro
fiioi'ly Illu-lraU'd.-I'rlrv, $:).rid. Jti.t iiuhllrhud,
tin 'I ii'.w In il. iM'iTiiti'i'ritli edition. Tna oNi.r
iioiik or nit kind. Sure mir.rem to every Agent
who lake. It. Hold only by auli.rrlption.
i ii' .e wiiiinii to m-romn Auenm, aduren ror
Tli-rrrlntlvp Circular :md extra term..
O. W. CAKI.KTON CO., l'ulill.ber., N.Y.CIly,
( itv Li.miK . Orm r t
Caiho, I i,i, Muni! 14. ISSI (
Hualed prooo.alii will he remlvnd at till. oOlca,
(llrer.lml to the City Council of tii city of C.lro,
until a o'clock p. in , ol Tueiday, Marcli 101th, Issl,
fur fiirniMilnif llic iir tcr al anil dolnif Urn work,
orduinii the work,uuc.iiiFiiry for ilm con.lructlon
and ri'Miii-iriietlmi of the following xidcwalka:
ru he run. nn't"ii of brick, vie: on the north lde
of Hlxih .treci Imin Comuinn liil to Wa.lilnir.ton
HVi'inie-; on linili . rli. of Seventh atreet from
CommcrclHl In Whlniron avenue.; in I he canter,
ly .lileof W iimMiiiMoii avnue from Eighth street
to con tied with brick .lilcwHlk In front of lot i,
In block il i Itv; on we.t .Ide or Wa.hlnKton av
einin bcittccn hlxth and Seventh .treeta. and on
we.t .lileof Coin n, orchil avenue In front ol lota U,
7 and K, In block '.'M, city. To ho con'tructed of
wood: on Hi- ea.terlv aide of Poplar a'roct from
Tenth to Twelfth .tree!; on the northerly aide of
Koiirteinlh .trcd between Walnut and Cedar
.ireel., ami on eimicrlv .Idu of Cedar atreet ho
tween fourteenth and Klfieenlh alroeta, and on
n rtherly aide or Twciitv .evenlh .treet between
Commercial nvetiue and Poplar atreet To be ru
coii.lructfil ol wood. vlr.. On we.t aide of Wa.h
lnKton avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
.treel. ; on couth .Ide of Twentieth itreot between
I'oplar atreet and Commercial vanuej on we.t
aldoon C tn in i-r.liil avenue between Eighteenth
nd Twentieth .ireeta; on aouth aide of Twenly
eighth Hired between Commercial avenue and
Poplar iree ; on we.t .blu of Commercial avenue
between Twciity-.eveiilh and Twontyolihth
aired.; on norlh .Ide nf Klghteenth atrecfbO'
tween Potior .tree! and Commercial avenue; on
wc.t.irlyMde of Levee .treet. fronting lota one to
liic.lii.iv,., block II, city, To be roiiatrneted of
r.lnncr, vl.; on the we.t aide of Commercial av.
line between Seventeenth and Klghteenth atreet.,
and on the .mm, .,,i nf Knurt h alreat between
Wa.hlnglnn iivenno ami Walnut atreet. Aa pro
vided or by ordinance No, 57, approved February
Hih, 1HHI. which I. on file In thla olllee and aublect
toeiitnltutiiinat any limn. Tha right to reject
any "ml all bid. re.erved by the rltv,
I). J. KOLBY, City Clerk,
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FORTY .EIlillT COLUMN!;
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The Weekly Bulletin.
KW A DVB RTI0 K M H NTS .
WANTED-Mannfaclurlng concern want
cu.ineit man tr Cairo, au i Inuvery city i not al
ready taken. I A lew hundred dollur ue t-..ary to
pay for good on delivery after onlera )mve been
ecured for the aauie. fM ,r momh prollt
guaranteed, The mo.t aearcliu.g Inveatlgalioii
lullcited. A. 8 AI(NOLl 4 to . comer lrt
Street and Broadway, llrooklyn, K. Y
TH2 MILD POWER
Humphreys' Eomeopattiio Hpecitica
Proved from ample f .rlenei mi em ire
uceraii. linilc. Prompt. Kllleleul. ntel
Hellalile. I hey are tiiu only mitlleiiu,.
adapted to populur u.e.
U8T eaiNirii-Ai. .. uhk.. fnicc
I. Frvera, ConKeatlon, InnnmmntlniiK, ,J3
il t orina. Worm lever, Worm ( dle. ,;'ri
4 Crylnu 4'iilie, nr'IVetbliiKor lnfuiitH.lt',
1 Diarrhea ol hlldn-n or Adulu, . .
(. Ity.eiitrry. UrlplUK, llllliuia Colic,
1 Cholera Morbua, t omlilUK, .
7. Cunalia, Cold, l.ronrhltu, a,
a. IVeuralnla, Iftotlinebe, I ueein'hp. ;
V. Ilrailacbr., Hick lleiulueheH, Vertigo,
10. hvpeiialH, lilllou. btomiu'h,
II. eoniirceit oiCaliilul t'erluda, ;t:i
li lille., loo iiotiihe l'erlcl. . ;i
ll Croiiii, CoiikIi. Umii'Olt Hr. Hthlnir, . .JJ
14. Kail It hrinii, Kry hImIiim. Kriiit,iiK. .i
l!i lllii'iiitiall.iu. Ithi iiiiiiiile I iiIiik. .
IB. Keier.inl tioe.i hill, lever, Akuc., r.i
17. I'lle.. blind or lllee.lllii; 'u
m IV. ( alarrh. wine or clironie: luhueiuji. ri
)). liiMinlna I iiouli, vlnleiit i i.iikIih, :.ti
U. t.enerill Itebilllv. I'b'i W enkln-. ,'i
Ti. Kiilney III.eH.e,
X eriiu. Ili'lillltv , rlTninl,.rrli.Ti. I.'n
i. I rlli.rv enkli. ... U elliiif Hi,' lk ,.i
U. Ill.rimr ol the Henri, I al,ltailnn, l.n
Fur wile bv driiKKllii,iir M'tit by Hie Cane,
or.lnulc VIaI, free of diMrue, on ree.-inl or
prier. n for llr. Iluiiiiilirev' Ibuitton
lli.ra.e, Ac, mt ali.o lllu.lraled
Aildr. , lliiiniilirev. Ilmiieiipnlble
Med. t o., lU'J t ullou et.. Aew i ork.
Ir. S. Silsbco's EztenalPiloScnedy
Civet In.tatit relief andl.iinlnf.illible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold by Pnitrirlt-V)-rywticre. Irl' e. 1.ciper bi t
priolhynmil, hample a.-nt Irrrv, Jhvlc'.rn
Ind llluff'Tera,by . NeiiKt, ifier& i o, linx t
a t'oikCUy. buleoiauuiaLiur. r.ul'aliUefc,,
fllirf. Pmrtnlliu'i.t I In. fjstl r. ( hi. h.,, I..
Ml mcvitrl KtltlMtrili! in rtiil (, v, ;, ln;ii,l
ward M 14 Wir Kiiii' i.v m, i -i teTv
1 tr "'""nujivint
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frtidair'itur. Tr-iln t- 12 trial ttllrnt
Wniinu,thv oieeipr-Me. Knl nm.
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A P81TIVB Ct'KB
..'lhI??t "llne. AM.AS"3 80f.rni.l5 MFT'I.
!. if "Ol IjlKa.,. i'auolcd t)lf it, r
One o x.
No. I will nn any r m (.nr dvi or !
No. I will corf tiie mal otMtinaU: no nmter
f now biriK.uniling.
Nonaaaeou d,n of etitwrK,fopb or ml of
ndnlwnod, that are criain u pr.Miuca rtv.rw;,. .
ft di-.tmyina- Uie en.tinm of u,e t.mi-li sj
arnairasor aainnnna iu:uon k pr -iiKe oUicr
Pnr U M)1.U PT ALL MtCGGl.STS, or
Bulled i ri-eeijit or prr.
for tif her rrt!( iilr rnd f'.r tlrrrjlar.
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WtoO.r UQ rca.rj f..r any car : Ui. j will not
Uulck.aafa aadtore cor.
' Or Udy O ivt ri'!. Ueir
Bllri will rvci lie ,iiiw
tlnna yrtr hv M ill, tint
may prove me .teppina-.tone to a in. nr tucre.
III. rr,wll!y .'btpU'd to tho who hsve r-rbi"l
the fo.il ol in hill. Ai-lreiui U. iol.M,, l.S
(ireenwich blrrel, New York.
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RE TOO SICI OR Al INVALID? ,
MYSTERY " m4 Ix tnrrA. Suu , Bm, ii.im,
Wtiiklud aynntomt A,l.lr l. J II. MU.IY,
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MUSTACHC N0 WHISKERS.
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To Nor vmm 'uH'crer. 'I lie n et Kiiropeati Ket"-
edv Ir. .1. II. MnipsoirHSpi cilii' Jlctliciim.
Dr. J . II. Nltnp.on a r.pecinc .iieiucine i" iwe
tlve cure for Spermatorrhea. Impotencv. W eiikneH
... .it ,ii ...... itu, irniii Setf-AbtiHe. ii. Ner-
voli. Debility. IrrltahilMy. Mental Anxiety. I.n minor,
I,a..ltilde, Ilepreeaion of Spirit, and fntii loiinl de
raiiL'emenl. of the Nurvoita hy.lein eenerally l inn
in Hark or Hide. I,o.. of Memory. I'rcmalnn- ihn
Age. and di.ea.e.
thai lend tn Coll
ty and an early
grave, or both.
No matter now
ahatlered t h e
from cxrea.ea of
vitfiin mar on
ftiiy klnn. mioM j'""" -
Medicine te imiut, - ..---
cof." nt.i..t. ...nt fi no to all. Write for them and
ffiCc'll-WP'r P-cka,e or Mx
e lor $'... Will he aenthy mall on receipt of
money. " "xT-h MBDICINK CO..
No.'. Ill" nd It MlnSt..Hufl,ilo. N. V.
. - . r- Tpv Yonr.elve. hy mnklliu moil
I I 111 I I luy wlien il Kolilen tlianr.e la
H Hill I """''fell, thereby alway
1 I I'j I J I keeping poverty from your
JLJ-.----- door. Thn.o who alway
lake advHiitni'e of the iroud
chance for maklnn money Hint are offered, itenernl.
ly become weniiny, wiiiio tno.e wno no hoi iiii
nrn-H auch chance, remain In uoverty. Wu want
many men, women, hoy. and girl, to do work for u.
right tn their own joralltle. The hit. inc.. will
nay mora than ten time ordinary wnea. Wo
fnrnl.han cxpen.en.lve outfit and nil that yon
need free. No one who enuaiiea full, to nuiko
money rapldlv. You can devote your whole, time
tolhewoik, or only your apare moment.. Hull
Information and all that I needed .ent free. Au
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