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TIIK DAILY CAIRO 1JU.LLKTIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 25 IMS...
THE DAILY IJULLETIN.
IVIIT 0UI (OHDATI ICTTI.
Two pyramids hiivo Iieeu discovci Oil
nt Snp;iirah, north of MeinpliiN. Tlicy
were built ly kinjrs of the sixth dynasty.
It Ih Mated that the rooms mid im-ni;,'
nre covered with inscriptions which will
ho of high value to Miinnre.
In a second it. by M. Munt., n
the conservation of grain in reservoirs,
read before the French academy of
sciences, it is Mated that to secure all the
advantage of such means of storage
the grain should be comparatively dry.
theclosurn perfect, and the temperatiiru
of tho walls pretty constant.
Tho largest crucible steel casting
hitherto made was efl'ected recently in
the works of a lirni in Nlielliclil, Kng
Jand. It was a spur rim, feet, in
diameter, and cast whole. To cast it
V7() pots, each holding pounds of
molten steel, were used. Steel w heels
arc likely to supersede the cal-iron
wheels now in general use in the Lan
A lecture by lr. O. .1. lidge delivered
at the London institution, shows in a
very intelligible way the relation
tween electricity aiid light. The lee
turo Wivs forlhe'most part expository,
and traced generally the steps by which
Clerk Maxwell arrived at the almost
certain conclusion that light is an electro-magnetic
disturbance, with some of
tho startling results which that state
ment implies. A prediction of what
seems already theoretically possible,
and may be soon practically accom
plished," was advanced by. Dr. Lodge -tho
transmission of views and pictures
by means of the electric wire.
A Lcipsio journal, which makes a
specialty of matters relating to glass,
gives a method which it asserts will
prevent lamp-chimneys from cracking.
The treatment will not only render
lamp-chimneys, tumblers, and like arti
cles more durable, but may be applied
with advantage to crockery, stoneware,
porcelain, etc. The chimneys, tumb
lers, etc., are put into a pot tilled with
cold water, to which some common
table salt has been added. The water
is well Unled over a lire, and then al
lowed to cool slowly. When the arti
cles are taken out and washed, they will
bo found to resist, afterward any sudden
changes of temperature. The process
is simply one ot annealing, and the
slower the cooling part of it is conduc
ted the more effective will be the work.
)rdinary letter-paper.savs The -trx
llatdiis, if well heated ami briskly
rubbed with the hand or a brush, ac
quires electric properties. It adheres
to tables and walls, and when the hand
is brought in contact with it slight elec
tric discharges are quite visible if the
experiment is made in the dark. Swed
ish filter-paper will, however, give
sparks several centimetres in length if
it is thus treated: Steep the paper fu st,
in a mixture of equal volumes of nitric
and sulphuric acid. After the paper
has been pyroxili.ed through the adieu
of the acids, wash it well with water
and dry it. If the paper is t hen placed,
upon a sheet of waxed paper and brisk
ly rubbed, it soon exhibits energetic
electrical properties which may lie used
to repeat almost every one of the usual
experiments in static electricity.
The Kiift'iifir states that Clark's ap
paratus for clearing olf snow has been
ut work in Fore street, London. It con
sists of a series of metal plates placed
in an inclined position one above
another, directly beneath tho man-hole,
so that the snow falls upon them. I5e
neath each plate are atmospheric gas
burners, by which heat is imparted to
the plates and the spaces between them.
The gjw is taken from an adjacent main.
An air shaft communicating with the
outer atmosphere is provided for venti
lation, and Hues are also fixed so as to
carry the heal from the space between
the plates to the man-hole shaft into
which the snow is placed. One man
only is needed to work the machine it
self, and his duty is confined to raking
what mini may collect on the plates af
ter the snow melts and runs direct into
the sewer. No figures regarding iis
cost oretliciency are given.
A party of belies and gentlemen were
discussing the fact thai lew. if any mar
riages take place on Friday, hangman's
day. One little fellow whose wife
towered above him like the majestic
elm over a scrub oak, plaintively inter
rupted the discussion by saving: ,-I
don't see what difference that makes.
I was married on Tuesday, but I might
as well have been married on Friday,
for I have been bung up ever since.
hy far the most accurate estimate of
future population ever made in this
country, or any other, was made by a
man named Watson in 1815. As his
predictions were published that year
there can be no doubt of tho genuine
ness of his 'guesses." J It! predicted
that the population in lKHi) would bo
fi6,4.1 1,000. His prophecies were made
in 181'), and here is the striking manner
in which successive censuses have
shown their accuracy:
Prediction, that .veiir.
Jx'jn !MI-.'i.0) tUl'Jt.lIU)
isi i:.scwi.imm 1:!,xti4.iiiat
ism iT.itMi.tim r,,mw,(.
1h.vi :.h;,,iiii Uf.lt'l.iim
twin ui.hia.iMi autumn
As (General Walker says, in speaking
of this mailer, it almost staggers creil
ulity. "That man, a mere human be
ing." says General Walker, ".should bo
able to predict fifty years in advance the
number of inhabitants in a rapidlv
growing country within a fraction of 1
per cent- seems wonderful - almost be
yond belief." Had tho war not inter,
vened it is believed that Watson's pre.
dictions woidd 'nave held good in ls.70,
and also in 1880. Hut in 1870 he was
ahead of the census nearly UMHI.immi,
and in 1880 nearly fi.OOO.Ooo. Tim
1hsih of the war. direct and continircnt.
wu can never know, but Watson's lig
' ures, almost absolutely accurate up to
the war period, would show it to effect
us the present year to the extent of
nearly 6,000,000. That is, had thero
been no war, tho present population of
the United Slates would bo about 65,
000,000. . Watson predicted that tho
population in WOO would reach 100,
tKW.000, but General Walker docs not
Iwlieve it will bo over about 80,000,
Sujs tho Washington republican:
There is no place like the house gal
leries for gossip, especially on the open
ing day ofthe session. The Kepublicaii
had a jdionograph in the reporter's gal
lery recently, and seemed a section of
this frothy gossip, which itw ill grind out
for the belielit of its readers.
"Hello, there's Sammy Cox bringing
his man up to be sworn in," remarked
a fat correspondent, leaning over the
railing to get a view of the Hoof. "Now,
that fellow Cox keeps up his bright
looks remarkably well.".
"When I first 'came here," chimed in
the owner of a huge plug hat. "l'roctor
Knott's mustache was black. Now it
has turned quite gray. I le (hies not ap
pear to bo the same man."
"The life was taken out of him when
Itlaine sat down on him," said a third.
Whv. theft! v as nothing in that lo
hurt a man," observed a newcomer.
"I have heard that if his wife says
'Waino' at night he hides his head
under a blanket."
"There is old Stephens down there,"
said another voice, "lie's looking live
)y." Stephens has not the look of a man
of great intelligence." .-aid the fat cor-
Hindenl. "lie has well-cut teatures,
that's about all. I believe he is one
of the strongest naiii
in the country. lie
licve in secession,
owes him much: for,
him, I believe that
dial or union men
did not really be
, had it not been for
-ollie foreign stales
would have jump
I in and helped the
")oes he come to t'lf capitol in that
wheelchair?" asked the man with the
"No. He keeps that one here and has
another at his hotel. His colored man,
Aleek, who stays just outside the door,
carries him back and forth from the
"There conies Mrs. Hayes." called
out the fat correspondent, ami the at
tention of all was directed to the private
gallery w hich Mrs. Hayes had just enter
ed w ith a bevy of young ladies.
"Ho you know, " observed the pencil-sharpener,
"I think she is the big
gest woman in the eountrv."
"How's that?" inquired the plug-hat
"Well, she's democratic. A person
can gi't near her without feeling uncom
fortable. If 1 were a public man I
would rather ow n her as a piece of
property than any woman in America."
In forty years the imports of P.ritish
India have risen from the Value of eight
millions sterling to that of fifty-three
millions. The exports have advanced
from twelve to sixty-seven millions
sterling. The imports from the United
Kingdom are valued at thirty millions
sterling per annum. The exports
amount to twenty-eight millions.
In the Lipp-Schauinburg forest at.
Turbs. in Hungary, a pecudar animal
was recently shot, which was tit first
supposed to be a very powerful fox.
The Vienna zoologist however, have
shown that it is across between a wolf
and a fox. Its form is thai of a fox,
but it has the color of a wolf.
A woman died in the medical college
hospital at Nashville, Term., recently,
who is said to have tw ice enlisted in the
regular army timing the war, and to
have served for some months each time
before her sex w as discovered. Her
name was .Jennie liotnusoii, out sue was
more taniiliariy Known as miiuhth
The following art; the principal items
in the permanent property in the citv
of I'aris: Churches, synagogues ami
other places of worship, 5JO"2, 17. l:i If. :
cemeteries, .tt.iili'.t.Hll.i. ; theatres, 11,-
1 MO.Oti I f . ; parks, squares, ami nurser
ies, .'7"J.:io:l,o.llf.; statues ami foun
tains, :i,'j:t:'i,7n.rf. The total value of
the proper! v of tiie city is l.O.V.Ui-.-87ff,
Stillmann 15. Allen, of Huston, has
just distributed SlKH) in prizes to Maine
boys under 18 years of age who have
raiseti the most Indian corn on one-
eighth of an acre in the past, season.
More than six hundred boys in all parts
of tin! Stale competed, ami the lirst
prize, i'iio. was awarded to Frank K.
Small, of Stockton, who raised hi
Three islands in the Hudson, near
Albany, known as Hillhouse island,
1 leaker island, ami Island Park, ami
containing an aggregate of L''l0 acres,
have recently been purchased by Mr.
F.rastus ( 'orning. for the purpose, it is
saitl, of a (lumping ground for the im
mense quantities of cinders, scale, slag
ami ashes coming from the Albany and
Keiisselaer steel it n I iron works. '
There are in the United Stales, m
cording to the census report. 'l-.!yi,!,K2
males and 1,0 12,'JKt females. The na
tives number l.'VloWOfi and the foreign
born li,i77.:WO. There arc :i:,,;.n.M77
whites, (i.177,l.rl colored, 10,"i,il:! Chi
nese, and '.'."i.r) other Asiatics. Thero
are 16,168 colored persons to each loo,
000 whites, against 1 ,6J8 in 1x70, niul
!t(i,6i:if ales lo every Hio.oiH) males,
against U7.801 in 1870.
A queer old lady, just dead in Herlin,
used to lie abed all day, rising just at
dusk, and spent the night in preparing
sumptuous meals for herself ami her
female servant. She was surrounded
by dogs, cats ami birds, and she caused
every new work on animals to be pur
chased for her as soon as it was pub
lished. After her death it was found
that she had left a handsome legacy
to her servant, and all the rest of her
properly lo 11 grand-niece in England,
to revert, after tho hitter's death, to an
asylum for dogs. For many years she
wore no body garment except a man's
dressing gown, On one foot she wore
11 boot ami on the other a shoe, and her
hands were encased in gloves day and
One of the best attested cases of ex
Iremo longevity Is that of Mrs, Eliza
beth Treadwcll Weston, of Pelcrboro',
N. 11.. who celebrated her one hundred
and third birthday at .Greenfield, Febru-
"J it litis been maintained with
much pains and ingenuity that t here is
"o proof tml liny ,,mon mii,,,.u
Hues has lived t t, ,, )f pM) years;
but nmsl pc-HonH believe that over
whelming evidence exists to upset this
theory. I t m ,l Mrg Wl,N,,,n ,
family records are very clear. Accord-
l",?! i"1 Wlm I orn February 16,
1778, in 1 cterboiV. and married Abel
Weston ill l!if). Five of .,. wuv
children are now- living, the eldest of
them, Deacon Samuel Weston, being in
his eighty-lift h year.
Catahkh. Helu f iii five minutes in
every case; giatifyinc., wholesome relief
beyond a money value. Cure begins from
first application, uml is rapid, radical and
permanent. Ask for S.mford's Radical Cure.
Complete lor $1.
Value of a Hollar.
Ynu never know the value of u dollar
until you try to bntiow one, and you never
know the true value of Spring lllossum,
until you're doubled up with Hi lions Colic,
Indigestion or Constipation, and you try it.
Prices: $1 ; 60 rents, and trial b ttles 10
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For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that lend to it, such as stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoaisciicss, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat ami lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal
and has c.tablis!ud for itself a world-wide
i( putiition. Many leading physicians
recommend ind use it in their practice.
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly lecoiiiiiu tided by all medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have com
pliuieiiteil it in the most glowing terms.
Cm to veiir druggist and get a trial bottle
fn c of cost, or 11 ri guliii size for $1. For
side by Geo, ',. o'ihrn. Druggist. Cairo,
III. ' " t)
Dr. K'inc's Great Nerve Kestorer is the
marvel of the age for nil Ncive Diseases.
All tits s'opped Inc. Send to Artl.
street. Philadelphia. iVnn.
Feathers are blown away by the slight
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by every breath, whilst Indigestion Hil
liotisness. Headache and disordered stom
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,TOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
City Ci.kiik h Oi fk r., I
Caiuo, II I.., March 14. ISM (
Scaled propoala will he received at thl olllce,
uir c!i ! to tlie Cty Council of the citv of ('Kir'1,
imt I .") o'clock p. 111. 01 Tiieday, March -tub. IkM,
fo- fiiriiinini ihi 111 ter al mid doinir the work,
orduln 1 lie work, iiecencary for hit mntrnrtlnn
aud ri-njiiMriielHiii of the followmi; idewalk:
I'n be con rncted of brick, viz: on the north "tile
of Sixth lrtet Iroin Coniiiiercial to WaiibiiiL'toii
iiveniic-; mi both d('H ofSevi tltb lreet. fr'ilil
CotniiierelHl 10 Wai-liinir'nn avenue : on the eiiter.
lv hide of VVh!iiiietiin avenue from Eighth tree
loeoniiei 1 with brick Mdewalk in front of lot JJ,
in lumk v'l. citv; on went ide or S a-binnem av
enue hi iweeii sixth mid Seventh Hirei tn. and on
wet .lilenf Cutninercial avi riue In f ont nl let1" ti,
1 11111M, In bldck 'j;. city To be con trurted ol
wood: on th falerly ideof Poplar reel from
'I Vnili to Twelfth ctrei t : on Hie northerly ide ol
Fourteenth treet between Walnut and Cedar
flreelK, and nn ennterly ldu of Cedar lreet be
tw. en l-'nii 1 1 c.iii t h and' Flf ccnth treet. and on
le r t Iht 1 v Mile of Tweiitv-fcvcnth treel between
Commercial nvciiiiM and piiplar atrcrl To be re
ciHii'iriicled ol wood. viz. On wnitxlde of Wnh
iiiL'ton iivenne between Twelfib and Thirteenth
"tr : on oiilh i-ide ol Twcntictli Mreet between
1 . . I 1 : . r "treet hmI CoTiine rciiil avenue: on wet
silicone tnro'TCiiil avenue tietwecn Ei'.'bteeni
niul Twentieth ftreetn: on onth ii!e of Twenty
elelilb Htnel between Commercial incline uml
Poplnr I reel : nn wel ide of Commercial avenue
between Twenty iu'venlh h nrl 'I'w enly eighth
treetH : en north elite, of Eighteenth mreet be
Iwceti Poieiir ftreit and Commereial aveuiie; on
weKterlvMile of I.evne t nut frotitlnt? loth one lo '
Iiic'iibi(., in block li, city. To he cum-trnclcd of
cinder', viz: on ilie we-t kkIi- of Commercial ave-
1 between Seventeenth and Klirhlr.cntli trceta,
and on the onth ide of Fourth ptreet between
Wanhlni:toii avenue und Wiilnul trcet An tiro
voted roi by iirdliiancn No. TiV. approved February
I t:b. IKsl. which i on file in tbU olllce and ublec't
to enni'nntlun at. any time. Tim rieht to reject
any and all bid rcm-tved hy the citv.
I). .1 . FOLEY. City'JIcrk.
ffti 4 tnittit liinilcbed tree, wit li lull in
Uf I I I'triictinu lor i oiiilin tint.' the 11111
I I prollliible liUHlne tliut any una can
rll I V ciieaisu in. Thn hulne i o ciiKy
Tt to learn, nwl our Itistructton nn o
aiinple und plhin, Unit any one can
make erenl proili Irom the tnrl. Nn line can fail
who I willltii; til work. Women are a iici'eful
11 men. IIovk and yirl can earn larirn iun.
Many have ninde tit the bitini over one hundred
dollar In a Hindu week. NoIIiIiik like It ever
known before. All w ho cnuaee are Hiiriirtd at tint
eae and rntiidlly with which thryiire able to nuiko
iiiniiey. Vou 1 an eni'aite In tin Inialne duritiK
vour upare lime at 1711 profit. Youdo not have to
tiivcht capital in It. W11 lake all thn rink. Thoae
who need rendv money, hoiild wtlre to ui at nncd.
All fiirnlHhed free. Addrn TKL'K &, CO.,-Au
For ttlUoldlem dlnnhlod In 1', H. norvlcc, and for
heir of deceaed oldler,
For aoldler whonq rate of pcnalnn I too low,
nunall "obl'i r diMcliared for wouiiili) or other
Injury (not dlHeiihe), who have fullud t re.cclvo It.
COPIES ()E LOST DISCHARGES
8ml twos-cent tutnp' for lilanka and "circular
of Jnfortnaliiin "
Solicitor of claim. Itnom M, Ht. Cloud Unlldlnit,
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-1 :JJ p m. ( 'itit'irmitti lOxprPHH.
Arriving at Cliu Ititmli :lm am.; I.oinavtlle 7:-ji
a m.: I rirliniiH toi ih 4: a.m. Paciii:er ht
thi fain reach the alune point y to .'JO
lloL'ltM in adMinci of any other route.
frT-The 4:sn p. tn. expre ha Pl'I.I.MAS
.".LKEI'IN'O ('AH Cairo 10 Cincinnati, without
chani!!-, mid through leeper to M. I.otn and
Fiist Time I.ast.
rWlMri.tv "'i" '''"' SotlirotlKb to Kt
lln.l ern ioin' without any delay
caui-tiil by Sunday intervenim. The Saturday after
noon tritm from i'mro nrrne in new Vork Monday
moriilu;: at 1" :.Ti. Tlitrt) mi l.inirui advanceol
any nth.-r re it'-,
ffKnr tlironeh ticket- and further information,
apply al IHitinm Central Hal. road 0-pot. Cairo.
JAs. ! Mi N SON, , .IONKS,
(en Sntithern Aetit. Tn a-et Aeent
A. II HANSON, Oeu. l'a. Airent. Chlrauo.
NOTICEAP.I.K POINTS IX TIIE 21st
XNUA li STATEMENT OK TH K KI'IT-
Alil.K LIKK ASSl'KANCK SOCIETY;
NEW YORK. JAN. Ul, liiiil.
Assets, $H.Hiil,ti02; an iiicmw of
more tltitn Three Millimi Dullars in
Stirilus, 9!l,L'2!i,2!tl; an iiicrcase of
One and Tlii H'-ijnurtt r Millions of Dol
lars in !(!(.
New P.iisint'ss, :t .", 1 7o.j:f 5 : an in
eppast' of Kiirht and a ltalf Million Dnl
l.ir in liliio.
Aniotiiit jinid tn I'o icy-lioldiTs and
tlii'ir rciii-cstiitativcH dttrine; li!!Ui,
A lilicral Mii ri'iitlrr value in i)Hitl-iit
iiiMintniT is provided for in all ordina
ry policies in caxMifloi feitnre.
Tuiiliiie Savittys Ktind Policies may
be terminated ut the close of certain
ilelined periodH, 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 be furnished at
the Society's ullice. of persons beinif in
sured for ten years, mid then upon
termiii 'tintr their Tontine Policies', re
ccivimreaMi in some instances equal to
the whole of the premiums paid; iu
othern, nearly all.
No technicalities nor arduous condi
tions in policy contracts.
Policies incontestable alter huvinir
been iu force for three years. All such
incontestable policies will be paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after the receipt at the
Society's office iu New York of satisfac
tory proofs of deal li, together with a
valid ami satisfactory discharge Irom
the parties iu interest, ami without re
quiring any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, us has been the custom
heretofore, and is still usual with other
A OK NTS.
"1 f fvYourclvi fry making mote
I ' I I lev when 11 mildi.ii rhatlCtt li
ollered, thereby lv.y
aeepintt poverty irom y""
door, Thoo who alway;
take advantage, of the goon
chance Tor making money that are ottered, general
ly become 'wealthy, while! tbo.r vtho llo not. im
provu nch chiuicen remain In poverty, want
many men. w nmi n, tiny ami girl to do work for n
right In their own local It lev, Tho tmalne will
Imy more than en tunc ordinary w"ge. Me
tnrnlHh nn c)ipeiieiilve nullH arid all that yon
need free. Tin one who engage fall In make
money rapidly. Vou can duvolo yonr wkolu time
to thn work, or only vour aparo moment. Kit I
Information and all that I needed ent free. Ad
(ire HTINSON CO., Portland, Maine,
NEW ADVEHTISE ME NTH .
WANTED. Manufacturing concirn v. am a
huiincei man In Calm u 1 Inevcry oily unit al
ready taken, i A lew bundled dollar iMi'iuiy in
pay for good on dullv-ry af er order have been
ectired for the ame. fi:,0 ier inonth proll'.
guarniii. i d. The ue t n iircbii.K iiivrhilHtion
Olk'lleil A M AHNtll.O.t CO, lulliel flrHl
btreel and Broadway, Krooklyu, N, V.
THE MILD POWER
IIumphrevH' IiouiHopathio bpotiilicii
I'roved from ample exietinee an entire)
iier.'. Mlinple, l'rioliit. I 1 1t 1 1-it f . niel ,
Ullu.teil I" lllnr III.I-.
.I.IHT ciiin n t. ho, ci'iir. I'HieK.
He nn e. tney me ine imiy iimiim iih
I. l-'eier. CoiiieFtliiti, InlliinimnllotiM, .'i
i oriii. Worm I ever W nnii ( olle. .
A i r ilia i ulie, or I eetlilin ,.r IninniM, .'- :
4. inarrnea in nnitren or A.lui'v
S lVNf tilery, OrliliiK. Iilllinin t olle.
S bnlera .Mnr liii", oiMllii, ,f,
7. ('iiiiuIk. t did, lin.nebltii., . . . ,;J.
K. euraliila, iiHiihiielie, haeeaeh -. - .'
11. He iiilncto a. Melt lli-H'liteliiH. i-riiio. ..r
in. iiVftieii.iA, einoiiH Monuirti,
I II. Milinrraaeil or f iiliiliil rerlmla, '
' While, ton priifiii.e I'eriotu, . .
:i. i roiiii. I oiikIi. iMllienlt Pn-i.i lilnir, . ,
I. oill It lieiitti, Kr)l.i -Iii. l-.i'iiit ii.iim, ,r
I I', llbellllliillxil, lllieiiiiini le lion, . ',
I II.. l-i'ler lilld u lie. ' hill lei-r. Alli-1,
. I'ilea. 1 . 1 1 1 I or lll.eiiii,!, . . . ...
m. I'ninrrli. ..eute or . In ..in.-: Intiu, n.(1, n
?l. M I'lIU I Ollllll, viol, nl ( . iikha. .i
JI. Oeio rul 10 IiiIHv . I'e) I " eiikii. h. .
j.'l. Kliiney llnenae, '
V-rtnll. llelililO .Tern. 'in. rilie.i. l.i
II. I rilllir ell I, Mean. el I II. lie I . ,,
& Owenae nl the Oi-iirf. riiijn.ilin, 1 '
tor a. ile 1 1 ih iu-ui-ih. or Hi-nr l, Hn. ( 'i.
oralllKle Vial, trei- of elian1. on re.-ei ol ol
prlee. S'lid for llr. Iliilliibre a llooli nn
hllaeaae. A c. '1 II net urii lllnaii aleil
il nliilouoe, Kill-I'.. ,
S.Med. t o., 1U: I ullon M.. .i ioiU.I
A.lilre. MiiiiiiHirevii HiiMieiiiiniele 1
Dr. S. SilaTaso's Estereal Pile Ecraedy
CireslnMantrclli f and in nn Infill. 1 In
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
PoM tiy limcc'-tdcvervwiicr. 1'rlr-c, f ej j r b. x
pr.netby itii.it. Kami I- .-nt Jr,f to 1 : v ;e. ,i
and lllaiift.-r r,t y I' Si ii.tio-.ft. r A ' ... 1'. n v '.
buw iuiktuy. tulcmaiiUiii iuri rif".o.uia.
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il ...,... .......
tl'. ea"o" Hce ?
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Saa An 1, L i'bl jui' .bt.U. 1'ft. .Vzf-,fu.iili. i. . i . a.
linont m.di-in.-a. ALLAN'S Fot.tTl.r: Mnt.
ATEIi UulCiIt. laicLUd Ixin.r l's
No. 1 w:! com ,y rui In f..tr d IU or I. .a
So. will con" tn.- m.l 011. i.au-1-..-, u nmu-r
Of hnaj Ion. -t'eli
No tii.'l ( .i. i of rnbc'ai, CfTt o- of
r,il wKid. tnti are certain I t-t .i-c .I..;., ,
W l- airorinii i:;r r..ti -it." ef l, at . li s,j
ynn.-i-or 'rniin.l lnja- tlii.1 it praiin-c ot:,. f
l dona oil l(.leti .sa.
Price J, yi. hdl.lt HT ALL 1 UI i . 1 : T.-,, or
Diadtd -at n c-,t 1,1 nr
ForfY l'-r carti' uUra and f'-f c-'nii-P.O.
H I 1SV. J 1 Al I. AN 1 11.. ij ,u j-tr,,l
Vie ofl r I'JC r.- nt f .r n-y 1 a u,.; ,U au(
ylrt.ift u.J.urr cura.
( ff yi V I" 1' .,1. (.. If
Jr. a- iil r, 4 1. 1 .
thimc J-'rif ' .at.il, tuat
may prota the flejiltlf:tf-al..hi. I'l a life I f aiicrr.,
it 11 ct.K'.Hly 'l I il'-d lo ItoM- ho h r. . lo d
the (". t el tne lull A Mr-M Jl. Inl Mi, ::j
Urei o 11 li Mreet, New ork.
t i'''t'ii.f''"' I A ' 1 v.
M 1 fj n ii M LDK'XL l.biikl iKfii ') . , j
t" i .Mit-fff.'
1 ri iv it-! in. 1 r
I 'U, lb a.i4l !
KEDiCAL mm SEISE 1S3 PUIS mi Till
CM -ifcl, r Vn
I ;l ft fi 'iitt, i Amtrii of
I'l r. ft-fiM.itr, Adil-Hiy-"
I J J hvIM I'uh. i t-
CRLAT WESTERN ftceSa GUN WORKS,
Rni1 ptm. fr fatalni'ia.
ltiH,aiwtUuo, Kttol.ar,a.iil O.O.J. f.a-'imintio0
ltre.ch.t.odlegHhotfitin,IKtof.lii. Imii'dc Shot
.iin, .Htoirxi. linieOiina,tlo1l. Hut'. HI"
ITS. ltuvolvera.fi t'if.'"i. Men I for fc lim-trat.el
4'ataHiinir. 1. UK At UKMLll UVS VMUll.rt.
I'UUImr.'l, l a,
.. wf." S T iC H N 0 W H I St 1 8 S
jft n tmtttmt likt ly"aW yita
To Nel'voll Siill'erera 'I be drent F tii opeun 'U :r"
I'dv- Pr. .1. II. 'lllitK' ll'sSpeelllc .Veiliepic.
Pr. .) . II. Siliiioi' Siu'rlfle Medii-lne Ih a oe
live cure for Speriniilnrrlieii, Impolenrv, U enlau i'
M ml all difeie-ea r. hiil1tt.it Itoui rell Alnie. N'T
vnita Debility, Irriitilillltj, .Mentnl Aluleiy. Languor,
I. nll iide. Ieireaiiiii id plni and I'ntii lioinil de
riiligemelit ol lb'' Nervoti" Svtem :-eiietallv i'"1"
In llni k nr Side. l.o of Venom. I'reoiiilnrc (Ho
Age mid ('lnoiaea
thill lend to ( on
n in lit 1 dti liivimi.
ly iiud an curly
grave, or botli
No matter how
hhllllerell t li e
vtcm limy be
from excee of
any kind, a abort
coure of thlmcilii iiiuill ieloi': ine 101 nun.
lion and ptoctire health anil hiippiiieM . v. In re be
fore V. 11 depondellcy lll'd gloom I b" Nn-elllc
Medicine I hfli'K u"'(l with vitmilei lul uc-
"pamtihlet ent frceto all. Write for Hu m and
net fill particular.
Price, hpeellle. f I. "II per package, or x pn-;
age lor M Will "'"t 1') nmil on receipt "I
money. Atldre all order,
inoniy. n( l( mi Ml'SON'H MKDICIM'. ..
No. ln4nd Kit Alain St.. Ilulbilo. 1 .
ziiiw kiuti via MKIMCIM i
tl IV u 1
TRADE MARK. 'I'll (Ircal KiigHll'lltAI)K MA IIS
rntltntt , r.'.1"'. '"r
Memlnal Weak lie
liupotelicy, and nil
itlreaKi'" that fol
low 11 a coiikc.
0111, lien i,C u..ii
w.itiitn v. 1111 im-
-"", , . 1111111' 11 11 nr -i.i
Bflfnrfl TakU)t?mi.iinrv. 111.W......
H1tndn.lulr 'n the buck, dim- ft.. nvVna '
riftx of vlMloii, iiriMiiutiirt! old ngi:,ftuor t"&
gild rnanv iMneriimeaae t tint lend In ItlMUillv or
coiiumptlon and a iiretnut 111 1 enive,
Full particular (11 our pamphlet, which we tin.
aire to 'end free by mull (11 every one. Thcapn.
dHc medicine I old hy nil dnigglal at ! per
par.kngu, lx for$ri, or w f 11 ho win Iree tiy ii,.,h nn
receipt of the mini ny by addlelng 'I I I'M I, a V
MKDKTNK ('(., j, J Mechanic block, l)tndt
Mich. Sold In t'ulro bv llarcltiy lima., I'mil (j
Hchtlll and (Ico. K. D'llura.
'rgt)ewai ii aacjjj IJtfW .'e.1; wtgy
l lMht r. ,i V
I H El
t-na. JH- VIM- m
wr1 r ' 4 -a ' 'i : i'.