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THE DAILY CAIRO KULMOTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNINri, MARCH 2.1.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITT aiWNIM (MOWBiTI KMIT1D).
Bulletin Hulhlinc, WaHhlnKtwi Arcnu
OFFICIAL PAPER OP CITY AM) COl'NTY
The girls of Die liijh m-lionl :it Sprin
ficld, Mass., bsive Im-.ti lol.l Unit thi-y
will bo siiNpi'iidfl if Hh'.V "cxi-hungo
Bignlliennt glances" with the boy.
It was di'spicRblo in Itnj to shoot
Fuller, so thought tlm peoplo of Tom
l'mson, Ark., for Fuller wtis at the mo
ment proffering his hand in token of
his desire to be friendly. A inoh mur
dered the murderer.
Tho wife of William Mnuerofl, of
Marysville, Ohio, obtained a di vitrei)
from him, on the ground of drunken
iioss and cruelty, and on the following
day, won over by hisjinniiiseof reform,
bhe nianied him.
Pastor Marsden said to his Methodist
congregation, at Varker, Ontario, that
if certain members persisted in altetul
'ing dancing parties they must withdraw
from the church. Six persons instantly
Mood up and aked for dismissal.
Evangelist Moody emphatically de
nies that he ever said, as has been re
ported, that his grandmother having
died without hope in Christ, ho knew
tilio was in hell. The story, he asserts,
is twenty years old, and has been at
tributed' to half a dozen tiiinMers.
A gentleman not unknown to literary
circles was present, at. one of the pope's
receptions. The holy fat her approached
him and said: "You are. an American?
Arc you a Catholic or Protestant?"
"Holy father," replied our friend, I am
neither a Cat holie nor a Protestant. 1
am a journalist."
Nothing mads a man more tliau to
come down to breakfast and have his
wife tell him he has been talking
in his sleep, and refuse to give him
away what he said. Not that his con
science troubles him: oh, no! lie is only
after psychological facts. l.owtJl Citi
zen. Gull island, at the end of Long Island
Sound, owned by Capt. Prooks, who
keeps tlio lighthouse, is a great breed
ing place for gulls and a source of
profit to its owner, who sells the gulls'
eggs. They have no fishy taste, but,
on the contrary, are superior to hens'
eggs, selling for fifty cents a dozen
when the latter are worth only twenty
five. Clarence II. Thayer, I he choir master
at St. Peter's Episcopal church, Cam
bridge, Mass., refused to conform to tho
ritualistic manner in which the Itev.
Edward M. (Jasher conducted the ser
vices, and was therefore compelled to
resign. The rector openly accused him
of lying and stealing, anil he brought a
suit for SJ-.'O.IM), but recovered only
Berlin has 3.2U9 Hets of apartments
without a fireplace or chimney, and
half the population lives in dwellings
with only one fireplace. Privy Coun
cillor Starke draws shocking pictures
of the immorality that exists in the city.
Drunkenness is attaining alarming pro
portions. Over 10,000 youthful crim
inals are turned annually into tlio
streets out of prison, ami more (liuu
y.OOO are hopeless vagabonds.
A return of ollenses other than agrari
an in Ireland in 18H0, presented to the
House of Commons, shows that (he to
tal number of such offenses was .'!,osl.
Of these nineteen were murder and
forty-four manslaughter. The total
number of cases in all Ireland in which
offenders were convicted was (ill I; the
nunilng- of cases in which offenders
were mailt; amenable but not convicted,
-li'U; the number of offenders awaiting
trial is lo.j; the number of cases in
w hich offenders were, neither convicted
nor made amenable, 1.K15.
The Western device of a greased polo
in lire engine houses, on which the lire
men slide down, instead of using this
ht airways, is ridiculed by officials of the
Is'ew York department . Cincinnati lire
men respond with a defense of the po'o
and declare that the celerity claimed by
the New Yorkers -three seconds be
tween the first, tap of the alarm and
readiness to start -is an impossibility.
They gave an exhibition recently, and
the best achievement, was twelve sec
onds, the men being in their rooms
when the gong sounded.
Training A Dog.
A Newfoundland, or any other dog,
should be trained just as one would a
child. Train according to capacity for
learning, temper, and general disposi
tion. Train according to the rynire
ments. If for a special purpose, famil
iarize him with what he must, eventu
ally act upon as his duty, (iood com
mon sense is all important. A large
share of patience is needed in all train
ers. There should be an ingenious
mixture of kindness and prompt
decision. There must also be some
severity, judiciously applied, but no
cruelty under any circumstances. '.'truss
and otherwise snow appreciation 01
obedience on the dog's part. Chastise
when negligent of disobedient, but do
it coolly. Never overlook, for the time
being, a fault which should be corrected.
This will spoil any animal intended to
be trained properly. The horse and tlio
dog discriminate with wonderful pre
cision between kindness for doing their
duty ami punishment for disobedience.
A Dwelling in the Cliffs. .
Ariinna Silver Hell.
On Cave creek, about one mile above
rsadiwkm farm, there is one of the
finest and known of all the old
Aztec (!) ,,. orijji,mily it
three stone, gh, but only two of H.m
remain, qt is built undera cliff, and of
rock, lhe adobe day of the count, v
was used for mortar, and it has become
exceedingly hard. There were m, DIS.
ton brick trowels in n,.S(, ,.lvs KM t)ii
marks of the linger of the" primitive
mawms are as plainly visihln as if ti,
work had been done a few days ipm
Digging down through the dehrison ll,.',
floor, small ears of coi n were found,
having kernels iibout the same size ami
shape as Egyptian corn. N ,m,.t (lf
the world, outside of tho) count ries
which have religion or classical associa
tions connected with them, present so
Interesting a lield f,jr archaeological
. research as Arizona
A circus proprietor has offered a pro
niium of $10,000 to the loveliest lady in
America on the condition that she gives
her services for thirty days ns the main
participant in a grand daily jtageant.
It is stated that us beauty, and uol tal
ent, is required, good looks alone will
secure the prize. Put what man, or
men, will dare decide the question?
Augelo Neumann, the opera director,
and Maurice Strakosch have contracted
with each other for the performance of
the "Nibelungeir representations in
linden. Neumann is to get ifWO.OOO
for his share of the work, and the great
er part of that sum is to be deposited
as security before starting from Ger
many. Strakosch, notwithstanding the
price he pays, thinks he is going to
make money out of tho venture. Tick
ets for t he series are to cost $50. If
the result is satisfactory, he may repeat
tho venture in the United States.
According to the llotrt Mail, every
lady of station in Austria knows how to
cook. They do not learn tho art at
regular cooking clubs or at home, but
they go to the house of a prince or rich
banker where there is a famous chef,
and learn from him. When a chef en
gages to cook for any one ho reserves
tho right to receive and instruct as
many young ladies as ho pl,eases.
When a banquet is to be given lie noti
fies his pupils, and they come to watch
the process, without necessarily know
ing the mistress of tho house. At this
time it would be a great breach of eti
quette for any member of the family to
trespass upon the cook and his depart
ment. The London Truth reminds those
alarmed at the prospect of Mr. Glad
stone's coming legislation on the sub
ject of land that the premier is himself
a landlord. Mr. Gladstone owns nearly
7,000 acres in Flint nnd Lancashire. In
fact, the landed interest is pretty well
represented in the cabinet. The Duko
of Argyll owns 17o.000 acres, rental
over JWO.OOO; Lord llartington's father,
200.000 acres andlW,UU0 a year; Lord
Spencer, 27.OO0 acres and i' 46,000 a
year; Lord Kimhcrley, 11,'h hi acres and
jDl'o.OOO a year; tatrd Northbrook, 10,
000 acres and ill'.OOO; Mr. Dodson,
3,000 acres and :t,.r)iMl. Ixird Huntly,
who has just enrolled himself in tho
ranks of the administration, is lord of
ti0,MH) acres and jL'Ji.mx) a year.
According to the Aiiminire of Brus
sels Observatory, for 11, there are at
present 112 public astronomical observ
atories in full activity, viz.; 81 in
Europe, 2 in Asia, 2 in Africa, 3 in
Oceanica, and 27 in the two Americas.
The United States alone have 19, Mexi
co has 2, Brazil, Chili, Columbia. Ecua
dor, the Argentine Republic, and New
Britain, one each. In Europe, Prussia
is the State which has most public ob
servatories; it has 29; next comes Eng
land and Russia, which have respective
ly 14 and 12 then Italy, which has 9,
Austria X, France 6, Switzerland 4,
Sweden 3, Holland, Norway, Spain,
and Portugal. 2 each; lastly, Belgium,
Greece, and Denmark. The oldest ob
servatory in operation at present is that
of Leydcn, founded in 1Im2. In Ameri
ca, since 170, six observatories of the
best construction, and most perfect
equipment have, been established.
The father of Charlie Ross, writing to
the latest discoverers of the lost boy in
Canada, says that the last spark of hope
has gone out, and he mourns the lost
one as dead. Alter giving reasons why
lhe Canada boy cannot possibly be
Charlie, he adds: "I have always be
lieved that my Charlie, although only 4
years ami 2 months old at the lime he
was taken, would remcii. Iter Ins tiroiiier
Walter, who was taken away with him,
tntj had also thought that he would
ven have a distinct recollection of the
feeliii" of loneliness that he must have
'Xiierieneed when he found he was in
the hands of strangers and separated
from his parents." On another recent
occasion, Mr. Ross said: "The only
tidinrs I have ever received of Charlie
n. . . .i i i ..
since lie was stolen was me ucniaiin ior
a ransom of !r -'0,000. If I had paid that,
I would have had him long before this.
As it is, 1 have spent s'lin.ooo, and have
not got hi in."
Thr Masonic fraternity, according to
the latest ligures, has 1 1, .100 members
Habits of Insects.
Sir Sohn Lubbock, President of the
British Entomological Society, called
attention the other day in his annual
address, to the researches ofM. Fabro
on the habits of insects. Among other
things M. Fabro has continued his
curious observations on the solitary
wasps. Ho describes the singular state
of paralysis into which they throw their
victims, which, if killed, would decay,
and if buried alive would, in their
struggles, almost infallibly destroy the
egg or young larva of the wasp. Tho
wa-p, however, slings them in such
a manner as to pierce the ganglia, and
thus, without killing them, almost de
prives them of all power of movement.
One species ofSphex which preys on a
grasshopper (Kphippigera), after hav
ing almost paralyzed her victim in tho
usual manner, throws it on its back,
bends lhe head so a. to extend the arlic
culalor of t he neck, and then, seizing
the membrane between the head and
body with her jaws, crushes the ganglion-
truly a marvelous instinct.
Unlike the genus Sphex, I'embex
briiigs from time to lime fresh food to
her , oiuig, and it is remarkable how the
Benibex remembers (if one may use
sin h a word) the entrance In lierccll,
covered as it is with sand, exactly to
ordinary eyes like that all around. Yet
she never makes a mistake or loses her
way. On the other hand, M. Fabro
found that if ho removed the surface of
tho earth and the passage, thus expos
ing the cell and the larva, the Reinbex
was quite ul a loss and did not even
recognize her own offspring. It seems
as if hIio knew the doors, nursery, and
the passage, but not Inn' child. Another
ingenious experiment of M. Fabre's was
made with Clialicodoma. This genus is
inclosed in an earthen cell, through
which at maturity the young insect
eats its way. M. Fabre found that, if he
pasted a piece of paper round tho cell
the insect had no difficulty in eating
through it, but if he inclosed the cell in
a paper case, so that there was iv spaeo
even of only a few lines between the
cell and tho paper, in that case tin; pa
per formed an effectual prison. The in
stinct of the insect taught it to bilo
through one inclosure, but it had not
wit enough to do so a second time.
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eane and piplilii y w lib wbieb Ibey are adlc (n make
money. Ynu run eneaee In t Ii bin-lne ilurine
your Kpnre time nt urea! prullt, Vniido noi bavo lo
lnvi't raplial In ll. We take till the rik. Tliiifc
wboiii'ed rimlv money, aboiil'l wllre In n at num.
All furnished free, Addreai" Tltl'K A I'O.-Au
JOTH'K TO I i iNTItAC'l I'I' S .
I'n v Ci.ioih'H Okkm t, I
Caiihi. Ii.i.., Man ll i4. 1HSI . (
hunled ptopoHala will be leielved at tlilr ofllcc,
dlr.cled t" tin.' t; tv foiincll of th fit v ofClr ,
tinl'l ft o'tloi k i. in . nt Tiiecuay. March s(!iih. Ix,
fii furniHiiInu l Im in ter ul nnd iloltiu tlm work,
or did lit! 'lie work, neeenoiry lor lie r.niiairiirllon
mid reiMiliMnn-lloii ol Ibe follow nt aidewalk:
I'll be nma:ruef"d uf brli k, v.; on Ibe lior'h Ide
of Sixth hi ri i t liom ronitiieii Iiii to Wnablnu'lo'i
nvi'lilli'f i on Im h a (lea of Sevi nth Htreet frolll
Coinineri Inl to N alilii!.' oniivenuea: on tliecilter.
ly able of WnHlilnirton nv line from Kli!litli atreel
toeontiiel wlib bilek Kldewalk III from of lot 'iti,
In b'.oi k ill. I'll y ; on weft able or W aablnnloii
enun between Sixth mid Siiventh Htiwta, nnd on
weal aide of I'liiioneri'lnl iiveiine in f nut ol lot" !
7 nnd H, lu bloi k ii, i liv. To lie run trncled or
wood: on Ih eiiHii.rtv aide of Poplar rt J'""!
Tenth In Twelffb Hireel : on Hi" northerly ,,,,,.n!
Koiirteenlb Klreii beiween Walnut and (,"r
HtreelH, and nn i n-ierlv "Id" of l ednr atreet. t o
tween Fourti'imlli and Flfim nth Htreetn, ' "''"
in ruieri.Y aine oi i wrm.-" . hi, rn-
foiiiiiinrelnl av e anil I'oplnr atreet . " Ji Ii? ...
eon.iriu'ted .,1 wood. ri. w'rt .r,!1 I. Irt . t Ii
in rllicrly Klde ol Twelilv aevenlb "'rent ,'t ' ' -
int'iiin nveiiiii! neiwurn ; "' ' ".," , i,iween
Blrei'tf! onaontlifldnol 'iwen let '' w,,,
I'oplnr at nut mul Comnt' nlnl vent '.,,,.
aide on t'. mtniiri btl Hvenmi ""''""." f Twenty
KtidTweiilletll atteela: on to'l'tll ''?"",. Knd
eiUhlb atreet between I '""V!''!", ,," dnl iivenun
I'oplnr .(reel: on wed do of .omVwciitv-elfhlh
beiween Twentv-aevenlh "h atreet be
atreela: on north aide .,,f. , ,lal avenue j on
tween I'm. r Klreet and t nno ,,H ,, ,0
uealerlvhlde or t.even " rm t, ' ,, ccuiftt iirll of
Ine'll-ive, In block II, rny. )f ,.,.,,) ,Ve-cinder-,
vim: on tint KlitlHeenili alreolx.
tine between NcviillteeiiOl n,n,H ,(,,W(,n
nnd on tlm pouth J,,' (, walnut, atreet Aa pro
Waalilneinn fvi'imn ' 57; approved Fcbrimry
yi.li.d forliv on I lnn " , ,h ,,. ,, ,,ull,,
4th. iwt.whb'l I" umil. 'rh i rl?hl. to re eft
.....Mil. ni. ...... ,v, ny me niv.
nny nnil all i jj, J . FOI.KV, C'llyO"
' ENS OSS
irANTK0. Maliufnrinrlnii rniiecru v aula a
1 blliineiia mall I" I'lllru, no I tut-very r.llv mill ul
readvtukeu.i A If w huinliud dnl'urh en enaary to
pay for k inda on ilellvi ry lif er onb-ra btvu been
rKi'iired lor H e ainim. J I 'M jier innii'li .roll
Kiuiriiiil"! d. The n.1 ft venobiiii' invi.atl.'aiion
iillciled. A. H AI(Mi.H.r ( n ri.er tlrl
hired and llroadway, lirooklyn, ,N, V,
THE MILD POWER
TT T TC3 TTT! 3 X
JH Urn Hi T .1 I- V ,
lohreyg' Hoinoopatliio Bpiicitics a
I rove.l from aiiiple -xierli iii'i' im enure rj
lleeeaa, hlllline, rrumin. i ineieiii. nan
llellnble, llu')' are Ibu only nnilli luea
ml ii pi, mI in popular iiki'.
UKT i'IIISi'II'AI. mm. iiiuhk. I'limn
I. Fevera. I'oiiKe.llon, liiMiuunuitlinia, .'.".
11 Wi.rniM. Win in hever ttonn olle. .aft
ll I rvlna l ollr, or TeetliltiK "t oiiituta. -
i IMnrrlica of I hlldreii or Ailui'a.
5. Ily. emery, (irlplnir, hlllona I olle, -
a. holer ltliirliu, oinllliiKi - .S ti
i i. ....i.i i. . . j'.
. ....ana, vum, in .iii. iiii iv - - '
a. Ni'iiriiliiln, 'liHiibm be, Mieenebe, .X'
. Meailaebea. Slek Hi Hibiehio. i-ni.'o,
1(1. II,mi.m..mIb Inn...,, w..... i. . . .
ii. r-iiiirraarn or ralliliil rerloila
i. vv llilea, too prultiM
1. 1 rinoi. I'onuli.
I Mil,, .li lin ul mini .
o. Mill iiiiei
Hill. Knallii Hrf. I nil. III. I. a
i.i ii ii.-niiini 'am , oiienniiii it- I HUM, .
Hi. Keteraiiil aiic. bill l ever, .luuea.
17. llliml or lilinlin,:. . ... .
Ill I iilnrrh. m ule on lironle, liilliienrii,
3i. S lionpliiu l oiiuli, vloli ni i . . i . . 1 1 . .
.'I. I.eio rill llebillly . I'llJVI enk:ii .
i. erimn Oelillll, fliermiiliirrlieii, I. in
llorrlieu, . Hi j
nn tie- iu ii. vi n
illlllliill, IU W
liy the I H..I-. kl
o. I r narv eafcneaa. v. eiiini.
'i. Ill-i ne ol Ibe Henri, I'tilpilui I
J-1 . i kiiIi- oy uriiKii.i, or ai-ni ny
orHinioe .iiii, iiii-i.i i-iniru", mi ri.-i-ii.i or .
prli'M. .'ii'l for Or. liiimplircv ' Honk nn
IliMi'naH. Ac. ' I U liaui-vi. nlao 1 1 1 uatpu I...I I
Cnlninuiic, I KKK. (A
A,,lr.., lliiiiuilircva' lloiiiciinnlhle U
Mtil. In., 10: l-ultuu bl.. Ai w lurk, kg
Ir. S. Gilsbso's Estcmd Pile F.cr.cd7
(iivi'H limtiint relbf and l an tnf nllilla
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
FiM hy Ornirm'tacverywlii re. I'r'.-e. fl nnp.-rli -x
fw.-n'i. ry nun I. Hampl.-a aent Jr to I'to ..c'.in
ndlllaiirVr' r, t.y I . N.-nt;,.-.o. rA i i, I'.i.x .tilt,
t a'urkUty, butonwuttlactun rul 'Analtiu,'
rM,rfl'..l tl.u. PmnA.,nr..l , I... ... .... k.
,i lll.l,i-i.l a'lllinril.MN id On n-.i I.i , v - . I i.-l.
Hio.iUani.11. r,...,r. -. Oil I '-.-;a .
Boiat,jiijKi(i.u. W H tCKIEiriLlh a CO H
ll ll H lnn l-f'soni Hetnfi-4!
wLftn, NtRVF! nE6TQ(vE'1
ijt.' urt fits, f'pib'itty ttni Mtrr J?Ftltmi.
S IWfAll.IBL if ltfc,-ri L difr'M. So A-'ift.-.f
fl ArtUiay'tuv. 1 rmitw a' -I tl trial ttt to
f V, . ir in im. K f l s'K. y I
AnhaTLl'LuMa- -J. 11, fit rtriiKlf'UUrwjii
lihont m.-dl'lnr.t At !. Rniriir- urr.r
J ATKU UO101K.S. lau-ou-d UiviKr li i-lK
No. I will cor any rr la f-mr or )i
No. 2 will "jr.. ii,.- in i 0,iii,t,. i uu.,r
V now lonif m-,ilii;.
No naua,.'H; ii.. a nf enh., cofnia or o of
nll-ji. Uni a.- n-ruia lo .rinuc.i)iu-. a
fy l-,iroinif lim roaimm of iuc s,
tyrtoirita or iniiKri t inj-. tmnt u pr -lin otln-r
(, rtoiro' lli,i..i,,r,..
I'rirc tJ M. hoi i BT ALL 1 lit lli ITft. or
Biailcd f'-ci-li-ioi pr:i..
rorf li-r par i nlvaacnd f -r ei"-nir.
r.ii.n iiu. J i..tll..vui,'l
Bi w V"'k.
W tofl. r .'0 n- art f-.r any
y-ilrS , lafc mil tote rtir.
Hi J ill not
' I irlvlr will a. ll-1 io lii'tr
a,l'lr, i.- wo) r'-t.-l'.i',-lii'
think' t'rtr Irj M ill, tluit
may prove t"ie atepplnK-atoni to a 11 ft tntr..
ll 1 -1 ;i.iIv 'l.in'i-d to tli".- i'i lim ' r. trhri
ll,,- foot of lull A '-'r.-a M. ( Mi, l'.j
tireenwitti Hired, Nrw Vork.
TflTTfJ T1 r-t Jtian of
'-jUUio. ..:. in l,a .!
9r-l:lu. (. lliJI' I'"""' rt.m-a oi.-rT
Fu, iti t.intf ft
mm ccusfci sense m pu:h home talk.
M 't'mIi. rw. rf Mr
A. rl tt'i-, r 4 M tr.f. r. c
"i-it, :Mm twttc. of
j r. II WS Oi iio Iv,,
ltilli,Sbottiut, IUT.ilMra,ni.i.il. feimiuUua
liuua.Wt.iliir.1. Slni'.'Uana.ito.D. 1 ' I"
7V ..!. ft .Vheti'lfor .rr ' "
l utabiirti '. I.IIKAl WblUi-l L-, Sol.t.!
inirllf wilh'"H i'ih;lrfr, i f
RE TCO SICK OR All IHVAUfl ?.
WUa alt olhrr niaan, fa.l wi.it I. Ill "O ' I l-T
MYSTI.It " an.l U rur.,1 SiaU Ar, f". Mi-l.-M,
VVrlrhlaM Pyii plnn. A l li-u It. J II .MiftKI.IT,
110 W'nl 13th k'.rarl. N, V. rk.
MUSTACHt MB WKISKtBS.
,. . IK-.', ' , . , ,, ,. . . I. I . ,1
bdl fall i.tnl, i Ht ti. H W J i i. rt
U ki. mtt .IT 1. IV f I
' 4na.'4 att, I'mrfk ft II t
l-ai. lib Vn4
To N'ervnlia :-lilletera - I be (.r ut 1 'lirop ''Ol Ilei"
eih -f'r .1. II. Sinwoiravi' elle Ili-dli'llie.
Ilr .1 It. hluipaon'a Spicllli Medicine l n poai
live Hire for Spi rniiilnrrlien, Iinpi.teney, Wi nloieaa
ami all rllaeaaea reanlllUK Hulf-Abuae. i.a Ner
vous llebillly. Irrltiiblllly.Meetiil Aiuleiy. I.iiiifc'iier.
I.aaaltilde, (lepreaaion of .splrlia nlnl lulu tu iui! de
rniu'i'iiienla ol Ibe Nervoiia Syaioin i:i in-rallv I'liitiJ
in i(.-ii I,, kii!,,. f.oaa of Memory. I'reniniiire I'I'i
Aire and (iaeiiM-a
thai lead Hi I'on
ty and nn enrly
itrave, ir boib.
it matter lnw
aval em my be
from exceaaca of
. .. 1.1...I mIwiiI
" : r.. : ...i'i:.,-.:.:.:.,;..
courao oi inn- - "i iti- i nn- .
''"O" .,.,, I , u teri' III
tlona an" i"" '" " ,'i,i i.iui niiip,iii-p.
fore (leHpomleney and ulooin Tlm 1' I1IC
Mudlrlnu la bclna tlaed
I'aintililela rent free to all
Write for On in und
ai'l inn piirin iiiiira.
l'rlce, Hperllle. fl.i-nper pekl'e. T I'x pnrk
ntfi'K lor $ri.im, Will be arnil by nuill on rei eipt of
money. Addnaa nil ordera,
.1. H. SIMI'MON'H MhPlt'lNI. I.H.,
Non. HH and H 'lt Kt.. IliHIiilo. N. Y.
Votiraelvea hy imiklii rutin
o'V when n irolili.ti eliniice la
otl'orcd, lliereby alwaya
keenlln, liiiV.o-tv from vmir
door. '1'boaii iio iilwava
lake ntlvnnlio!" of lliti (iood
ehnncoa for tniikttiK money Hint are otlereil, ucm-rnl-y
bei-oine vo'Hlthy, while (boar who (In not Im
prove nnch cliniic.ea rcn,nln In poverty. We want
many men. women, Imyantid (jlrlK In do work frtrim
rluhl In their own loiallllea, The bualtu aa will
liny inure t linn (en liniea ordlnni v wiijrcn. Wo
liirnlah nn expcnavnalvo otittll hikI nil Hint .V""
need fren, Mo one who enitnuea I'nlla to miike
money rapidly, Voll cmi devote yi in koo tlmo
to lhe work, or itnly your npnru inomenta. Knit
Informnllon and alftnnt In needed aenl tier. Ad'
dreaa HTINHON Jt CO., I'nrlliiiid, Mttlne,
ll immm, i n ' hi "
n V j V