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THE DAILY CAIRO HULLKTIN: FRIDAY MOKNlNii, APIUL 1 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mornimr Dally in Sonthtrn Illinois,
Milwaukee ba p:is,sJ nn orilinuiu o
ftssi'Hsing its horse railroad compunics
.5,0"J a year for each mile of the
street on which their tracks are bil.
A bowler hi a Cleveland alley had a
ball poised to roll, when a bystander
made an infilling remark, and he
threw it violently at the oflcndcr, kill
ing him by fracturing his skull.
"The. Danites" had its thousandth
performance, recently in Philadelphia,
and is worn out. The llankins, to
whom it has hrouht a fortune, intern!
to trv another mining camp plav next
Arizona reseiulilesall niining regions
in being overcrowded with persons who
hae no mojiey and find it dillieultto
make a living. There are L'.iHK) per
sons in Tucson and Tomb-tone living
from hand to mouth.
"The Associated Press is a great
boon, is it not?'' asked he. "It is, in
deed," she replied, in soft tones;
"George and I had one all lust winter,
but papa ranie in one night before,
(leorge could take his arm away, and
Letter carriers intrusted with valua
ble mails have been assaulted by rob
bers in the streets of Vienna and Pcstli,
and now the employes of the Austrian
postal service have been armed w ith re
volvers, which they are forbidden logo
Algeria is beginning to develop a
taste for the line arts. N'ot long ago the
success of the exhibition at, Algiers
took every one by surprise, and now
another, which has been organized at.
Ornn, is equally successful. '.The pic
tures sold,11 says an enthusiastic, corre
spondent, "as if by enchantment."
There was only one rocking-chair in
theNessells1 residence, at Kendall ville,
Intl., and both the sons, John and Hen
ry, liked to sit in it. Henry had en
joyed it two hours, w hen John demand
ed n turn. A ipiarrel was followed by
a fight, in which Henry w as killed by
The discovery of a human linger in a
sausage has "cast a gloom'1 over the
trade in that delicacy in Liverpool.
The explanation offered was that the
boy at the machine had his linger cut
off, and the digit, being left l,i"g
about, somehow went in with the other
mincemeat while its owner was at the
M. Cluseret, one a colonel of volun
teers in the l.'ii it n army, and subse
quently, under the Commune, war min
ister, w as H'litenccd in Paris by default,
to two years1 impi isoiiincnt, and to pay
.'I.IHHI francs line, for an article in the
JJorst illniKf deemed insulting to the,
army, and justifying lierezewsky for
attempting to kill the Czar.
Svge:int Snyder, of the Helleville
(Out.) police, owed a great deal of
money in small amounts, and bis cred
itors were importunate. Huns met him
at every turn. He could not dodge
them, for his duty compelled him to
patrol certain streets, and therefore it
was easy t tiud him. Unable to pay
his debts, he endured the torture for
several months, and then committed
According to I.e. h'ri item's, a French
journal recently stated in Cambridge,
Mass., M. .Jules Kerry, has just proposed
a nova! method for 'public instruction
in geography, l'or this he will make
use of the race-course at Longchamns
by arranging on it cards hearing the
names of the different countries with
their capitals and seaports.
The natives of the Itu-o-tane district
of Sawiiii, one of the .Sauioan Islands,
attacked a German sailing vessel, but
were repulsed without loss. The Ger
man Government then demanded a pay
ment of '.'.ino by way of punishment,
and under compulsion this amount was
finally, though very reluctantly, paid.
The German Government now becomes
magnanimous, and orders the money to
be turned over to a fund for building a
hospital in Abia, the chief settlement of
A young man in Russia of decided
ability was attacked by an acute diseaso
brought on by excessive dissipation.
After his recovery ho was found to have
lost all his mental faculties except cal
culation nnd memory. These were in
creased to such a degree that be could
burpasH all mathematicians in power of
mental calculation, and could repeal,
poetry which occupied several minutes
in reading after hearing it only once.
In all other respects he is helpless
At the last Paris exhibition consider
able attention w as drawn to some mus
lin curtains to which a flume was con
stantly applied without setting them on
lire. The chemical composition of the
substance- which rendered them in
combustible, as recently made known,
was 80 parts pure sulphate of ammonia,
25 of carbonate of ammonia, ,'t0 of
boracic acid, 'l of pure borax, 20 of
starch, and HaH) of distilled or pure
water. The materials to be rendered
lire resisting are dipped in this solution
while it is hot, so as to insure thorough
impregnation, and, when well dried,
are ironed as ordinary starched fabrics.
Old Hob Keyworl.li is noted in Gal
veston for being an exceedingly stingy
landlord. Jim Groco was paying him
KO ft month for an old, weather-beaten
house. He asked to have it painted,
but his rcpie-t w as refused, and he did
the work himself. As soon as the paint
ing was over, Keyworlh raised the rent
to "Why do you raise the rentP"
asked Jim. "On 'account of the im
provement,'1 replied the old man.
"You know the house has just been
painted, and a newly-painted house is
always w orth more than a shabby one."
A correspondent of the iSn'mlik
American says: "Let any one who has
an attack of lockjaw take a small quan
tity of turpentine, warm it nnd pour it
on the wound, no matter where the
wound Is, and relief will follow in less
than a minute. Nothing better can bo
appllod to a severu cut or bruise than
cold turpentine; it will give certain re
lief almost instantly. Turpentine in
also a ("ovorclgn remedy for croup. Sat
urate it piece of llaiiuel with it and
place the llannel on tha throat and
hert, and In every case throe or four
drops on a lump of sugar iuay bo taken
A GREAT REVELATION.
somk valuable TnoioimcoNCEiiiiiKa hu
man HAPPINESS AND TIMELY BCO
UK6TIONS ABOl'T SECTHINO IT.
SYNOPSIS OK A I.KTL UE UKLIVKKKD MV Oil,
CIIAS. CKAIll HKFOKK Tilt MKTROPOL
ITIAN SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION.
'The iiilillc speaker of the pr.no nt day labor
under dlfllculties of which the speakers of tae last
century never dreamed, lor whil the audiences of
the pant received what wus cul l Willi nit iiueHtlon,
those of the present day are usually the, mental
eiitinl or superiors of the "lien mIio address them.
Itev. Dr. TyiilJ, nt New York, lieu a thenlolcul
Undent, supplied a church In a eclirlilionnu town,
and i n his way to preach one iniirniim met an ntind
colored man. -W ell I'ncle, lo you ever no In hear
the young preacher?' a-ked I lie unfledged doctor.
No. Massa," replied t!ie negro, Mia rlille dou'l let
n ine o' dem students prin tin on Mm.' The darkey
had begun to llilnk The free and independent
(nought of this aiteuccepts statement only where
they lire proven M lie truth. "Iil'e Hie development
of mental power seems rijually great in every o.hc
ilepartinent of life. The vulu.ihle Invention! of llie
day are counted by thousand. The lucic.isuof sci
entilk study I" iinlver-iil. Tie' sp rlt ol inquiry in
all Held is mo marked hi- to cii'isc
ommk;.t on r. mv sum,
while people mem invest iiMllm.' and advancing in
every direction which can held them morally, lie u
tally or physically. I hi ii specially Irue or the
human hodv and ewrvthing which cone run II.
and the IrutliH which (In- phonic have found, even
inlheliisl ilftv years, Mr simply in.irvi loll" How
really ignorant mime cultured and supposcably
scientific people w re only u few yearn ago. as com
pared Willi the present day. may he lietter under
flood from a few illu-triilive Iml. A prominent
writer prepared an elaborate effiiy to prove that
steamships could never cross the Atlantic, and his
pamphlet was Issued jiifl in lime to he carried by
thr llrsl steamer that went to England. People
once hel eved that I he heart w .o the sea, of life and
health. It if now known that this organ In only a
pump. aimply kicjilng in motion what other and
more Important organs of the body have created
and transformed. It was once supposed tbii', If a
person felt a pain in the back, the. liver wan de
ranged ; if a pain came in the lower cheat the lung
were affected and consumption wan ncur: It Is now
known that a pain in the back iudicates diseased
kidney, while troubles in the lower cheat ariso
from a disordered liver and not imperfect luug.
A severe, pain in the head was once thought to
come from sonic partial derangement of the brain ;
It I now know n tbat trouble In other part ol the
body and away from the head, mum; heuiiache and
thill only by removing the cu use can the pain be
cured. It if a niftier of
that (Jen. Washington wu bled to death. 1Mb taut
illness waa flight, and caused principally by weari
ness. A physician W8B culled who 'hied him cop
iously." Strange-to fay, the patient liecamo no
better. Auotber-doelor was culled, who again took
away a large amount of the vital tlnld. Thus in
f ucccffiou four physicians drew away the llfeof a
great mau who was intended by nature for an old age,
and who prematurely died -murdered liy malprac
tice b'ed to death. That waa the, nge of medical
The Hpeaker then giaphically described another
period which came upon llie people. In w hich they
asigned Ihe origin of all diseases to the stomach,
and after abowiuzthe falsity of this theory and
that the kidneys and liver were the causes of dis
ease, and that many people are suffering from kid
ney and liver trouble to-day who do not know It,
butwho should know it ant attend to them at ouce,
"Let us look at this matter a little more closely.
The human body is ths most perfect aud yet the
most delicate of all created things. It i capable of
the greatest results aud it is liable to the greatest
disorders. The slightest causes siimutinie seeni
to throw It delitate machinery out of order, while
the most simple and common eiise care restores
und keep them in perfect condition. When It is
remembered that the amount of happiness or mis
ery we are to have In this world Is dependent upon
a perfect body, is it not strange thi.t simple pre
caution and care are not exercised? This I one
of the most vital questions of life. People may
avoid It for the pre-ent, but therein retain to c-jlue
a time in every one' experience wheu ii nn.st let
And here pardon me for relu'lng a hub-personal
experience. In the year 1870 I fouud ir.ys-ll losing
both in strength aud tfl ullh. I could u-ign uo
cause for the decline, but It conltntied. until finally
I culled t mv aid two prominent physicians Al
ter treating me lor some time thev declared I wa
sullering Irom llrighl'f d caeol the K duejf. and
Unit they coula uo nothing inure lor me. At this
tun j I was ho Weak 1 co.ild not mire my bead from
the pillow, and I
My heart heat o rapidly It was with difficulty I
could sleep. My lungs w re alro badly Involved;
I could retain noth ng npou my stomach, w bile the
most inleuse palus in my back and bovvies e-iii-ed
tne to long for death as a relief. It was at thl
critical juncture thai a . hyslcal longing which I
felt land which I mod llrtnly beee was an inspir
ation! caused mc in nend f 'T the leave of a plant
I had once known In medical praciro Alter
great difficulty I al last secured them aud began
their use In the form o lea. I noticed a lessening
of the pain ut once; I began to no-rid rapidly m
five week I was able I i be illicit ami iu Ino
miiiilhs I hecauie perfectly well and have so con
tinued to this day. It was only natural Ihat such
a result should have coum1 me to inve-tigate most
thoroughly. I carefully examined l.chl in medi
cine never'beforo exoloied. 1 sough' the(aueof
physical order und disorder, hippiucss and puiu.
and 1 found the kidney and livcrto lie the go er
nors. whose motion legulate the entire system "
Afterdeserlbiug at length the oIVu e of' llie kid
neys and liver, and their important part iu life, the
doc tor went on to say:
'Having found this great truth. I saw clearly the
cause of my recovery. The simple vegetable feat
hud used was a lood and restorer to my well nieh
exhausted kidneys ami liver. It had come to them
w lieu th'ir life was nearlv gone and by lt iinple,
yelTniweiful influence had purified, lren"thciieU
und restor d theni and sliced me from death. He
ali.iug the great benefit w hich a knowledge of thin
Irtilh would give to the world 1 began iu a modest
way. to treat those afflicted Slid e - cry case I found
which I luid experienred. Not only tni but msnv,
who were not conscious ol any phvficul trouble
but who, at mv suggestion, begun the use of the
remedy which had saved my life, found Ibulr
health sleadily improving und their strength con
tinually Increasing. Ko universa,, where used, was
Ihts true.tbat I del rniined tl.eeulire world should
share In its results and I tliereloru placed the
formula for it prepartloti In the bund of Sir ii.
II. Warner or Kochester, N, Y a gentleman whom
i had cured ol a severe kidney disease . and who, hv
re .on of his personal worth, high standing and
liberality iu endowing the Astronomical Observa
tory and other pub It: enterprise, lias become
known und popular to the entire country. This
geutlemau at once began the nianiilacture ol the
remedy on a most extensive src. and to dav,
Warner.' 8afe Kidney and Liver 1,'ure, the pure
remedy that saved my life, is known and used In
all purt ol the continent.
'I am aware a prejudice exist toward proprie
tary medicines, and that such prejudice Is too often
well founded, but the value of a pure remedy Is no
le because tt I a proprietary n edlc'ne. A Justi
fiable prejudice exist toward quack doctor, but i
It right that tin prejudice should extend towards
all the doctors who are earnestly and Intelligently
rylng to do their duty f llerause Warner Hiifc
Kidney and Liver Cure aved my Hie before It be
came a proprietary medicine, Is It reasonable to
suppose that It will not cur. other and keep still
morn from sickness now that It is sold with a gov
ernment slump on the wrapper? Kuril a theory
would he childish "
The doctor then paid some high compliment to
American K teiicB, und clomd his leeturo as fol
"How In restnre Ihe health when broken nnd how
to keep Ihe hotly perfect and free from disease must
ever be man's highest study. That one of the
greatest revelations of the present dav has been
made In ascertaining llie true seat of huullh tube
in llie kidneys and liver, all scientists now admit,
aud I can but loci that the d'scovery which I hsve
neon permitted to make, and which 1 biivcdcs-rlb,
ed In you. I destined to prove the groatcsl. best
and most reliable friend to those who stiller and
long for happiness, us welt a lothose who desire
to keep the Jy I hey how pusses,"
Hall's Journal of Health thinks it Is
doubtful if consumption numbors as
many victims ns aro stricken down by
the various diseases that result from
habitual constipation. 'J'rue consump
tion is an inherited disease. It may
remain always dormant, but when
aroused to action, decay commence at
a point circumscribed, and gradually
extends unless arrested until so much
of the lunrs become involved that vital
action censes. The evils of consump
tion result trom inattention to the calls
of nature, and usually conimenco with
children whose habits are not clo..e!y
looked to by their parents.
The processes of nature are always
active while life lasts. When ell'ote
matter is retained a moment beyond
the time its expulsion is demanded, the
system commences its ellbrts to get rid
of it. When the natural cgivss is
cheeked, the absorbents carry the more
tluid portions of the poisonous mass in
to the circulation, und it become dif
fused throughout the body. The more
solid or claylike portions are forced into
the lower rectum, where it becomes
firmly impacted, thus cutting oil' the cir
culation iu the small blood vessels,
ciitisitio; painful ingorfjenienLs known
as piles and hemorrhoids. A continu
ance ut these troubles often results in
lissure, fistula, or cancer. The troubleis
seldom confined here. Asa result of
the blood poisoning we almost invaria
bly lind more or less dyspepsia, with de
cided derangement of the functions of
the heart, liver, and kidneys, accom
panied by headache and nervous debili
ty, often verging on paralysis.
I.IKK," said a jfrateful lady, "Initl
b'cn one of intense suiFi ring und misery
until cured of disfiguring scrofulous
humor by the Cuticurii Remedies." Ask
your Druggists about them if troubled with
itching and scaly humors.
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etc., is given away in trial bottles free of
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cough, cold, dilliculty ot breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of the throat or lungs
bv all means give this wondeiful ret ely a
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could not afford, and would not give this
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tle of your Spring B ossom I am quite cir
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feel better than I have lor a long time.
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aiMUirii; at 1": , Thirty sn huiiraiu a.Uainenl
111". ntlHT rimte.
vKor throiu'li Ii'ks'i and furilu r inh.rimiticin .
appivat Illirmis entral Ka'.lrusd In-pot. slr.
.1 A.i. .InllNsiiN. .1 II .lOSES,
n n. Southern Aenl. Trk- Aeei.t
A II liANNDN. m'H I'ass. AfUi. Chlracu.
N'lTICKABI.K POINTS IN THE 21.-1
IN. NT A L M ATKMENT OF THE EylTT
Alil.K I.IKE ASSl'KANCK SOCIETY;
NEW YOKK. .1 AN. ht, I flit 1.
A-si-t", iM.l(U:,(;o:; an inrmix' of
iii-'ii' tliiiii 'I In--' Million Ikill.irx in
Siii-i!ik S'J,-.'2H,2!:iiii iiirrra-f of
Out- anil TliMf'-iniat tcr Millimi- of I . I -lai'sin
New l uiin. 8:i5,lT(MU": an in
cri'iiM' nf Eiylit ami a half Million 1oI
liirs in iWt.
Aniotnil iaid to po iry-lioldcrs ami
t li fit i'rircspntativ'S iliiiin? IMKii,
A liberal Mirrendfr valiu- in jiaiil-iii
insurance i proviileil for in all ortliiia
ry Milit ies, ju us. of forfeiture.
Tuiitiiie Savings Fiunl Policies may
be terminated at the clo.e f certain
dcllneil iei iotI(i, on term more advan
tageous than iimiii any other ilan.
Tliese policies jirof more jirolitahle to
the liolicy-holtler than any other fnini
Actual exaniiiles can he furnished at
the Society's olllce, of persons lieiujr iu
Kiiretl for ten jears, und then uimmi
terniiiMtiiiff their Tontine Policies, re-eeivinj-
ca-h in soine instances equal to
the whole of the neniinnis paid; iu
others, nearly all.
No technicalities nor arduous condi
tions in policy coutiacts,
Policies iiicoiilestalile after having
heen in force for three years. All Mich
incontestable policies will he paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after the receipt lit the
Society's otlice in New York of satisfac
tory proofs of death, together with a
valid and satisfactory discharge from
the parties in interest, and without re
quirinar any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, as has heen the custom
heretofore, and is still usual with other
""1 f fvYiiiirsiilvcs hy rrn
J I I f i'T whnu 1 Rdldt'll
1 1 j I I I otreri'd, Ihornh:
1 A 1 A I kei'UluK iiovcrty
Ydiirsnlvcs hy maklnit moii-
ri.Mir. Th?. who .l.y.
rake anvantsK" '.Z,
ehanccsfor makltiK money that uenftuwi, BntrsJ'
ly hcciitim weal thy, while thus who 1 Hul
prove such chiiiirus remain In povore. "?,"":
many men, women. Hoys ann uiris ro n
rluhlliilhelr own localities. Tho hiislmn'" win
puy more timn ten innea iiraiumi ""MJ, ,.
furnish an expensnnslvn olltlK and all Iha .V"o
neon irrsi, mioiih who ... -.
money rapidly. Von ran dovola y.mr whole iimj
to tha work, nr only vour Pro.I""m.c".!"' Vd
Itifnrmallon and all that Is nesded sent rrefl. a
drrss HTINSON I'O.. t'trllnd, Maine.
WANTED.-MaunfacturlnR roncuru wants a
busiuosa man li Cairo, an 1 Inavury city i not al
Ridv tHkeni A lew hundred dollars oecessary to
pay for gnods on delivery sf.er orders havu been
secured for the same, fvo per month profit
guaruiit ed. '1'hci must suardiinir uivestljation
solicited. A. 8 AHNOLI) A CO , corner rirst
Street and Uroadway, Brooklyn, N, Y.
THE MILD P OWE E
HuuipLreys' Homenpathio Specifics
I'rriveil frnm ftimile e!lrleneM mi entire
success, hlinule, froitiin, i.nicieiii, ami
II f 1 1 n lit i' . they inn lliu olil ineilkuius
ailupleil lu popular use.
1.IH MUM IfAl. Mi, ( rill's. I'SIC.
1. l-'etrs, ( (iiiKestlnii, Inlliiiliiniilliiiis, ,jn
i onus, "rill l ecer nnii i line, .na
a I'rvilU ( nllc, or le,.illiK'"( Infuuu, ?', M
1'ia rruca iii i niiMreu ir .einii..
h. Ov.elilerv. OrlplliK, lllllnlis I nllc, .-"
1 Imlera Morbus. Vuinlilnii, .
7. '...fI. Cj.I.I l,p hnu .... 'A
M 1 enrlul., lootliaclie. rueiuehe,
N . lle.J.el.e., Kick lleailuclies, ertlKO, r
E lft. Ilvsiiriislu. Milium hioinheh.
0. sniiiiirrei or I'nlnliil I'erloils, . .2'.
1. '. hlle.. loo proline I'erloils. .tf
I. I. oili, CoiikIi. Otnicull llr. uihlliK,
II. hall llheiiiii, HryHlis las, l.n.ptlui.s, .i'
II II lieillllHIIalll, ItliCiiliiul le 1 fj h, . e,
It. I'eier ami mt-, I Mil tcer, A(iue, '.'
Ii. I'llea, IWind or lilccilihK, ..... ,m
t. ( aliirrh, ueuin or ehn.nle: lnC11.11,. ,i
A). IlilOllllIU I llliall, M.i I. Ill I iillvlis, .Vi
J4. I.enernl Oehllll V . I li) H'l 'ei,lcue. .Hi
Jl l In - V III. el.se.
Ncmiu Oeliiiliv .cpi rninlnirlies, ki
ii. I riniri W enltiiesa.w ettnii;tlie I .,'! . si
tl lllsense ol llir Henri. I'lili'liutn n, i.n,
inr ule id ilriiul-i, or si m ly l he i 'i,,.
orsltiK'1' 'lll, free tit eharue, on reeeloi (,r
nrtce. semi tor Dr. Iliniiiihreis' llook i,n
lllsease. dir.. nil panes , nliu llluslrmed M
olalonuc, r'HKK. fi
.vtili'--. Iliiiiinlirevs lliiiiteiiiiiiihlf.
iMvd. Co., 101) I ullou et., .V-w lork.
Ir. S. SilsbM's Estcrsal Pilo Seaoiy
(iivei Initantn Mi l sndisaulnfillililu
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold hyDruiriri'tssverywhere, I'ries.H diper t
pccyi'iihyinail. Saii... (nt lit' In l'rn;flar,
rid ilUrjfTer. ri,t'v I' S. astn.,ri.'r A oH If ox
K iuikCltj. faolciuauutattur. rtot "Jtiaiti."
ixjrfflli B'li... I'rnnoui.n I il,i u.i r,. il... h h.
-l niHn .1 -Hlmrihes iu II.,- H -i I I I. , I, k ',.-,1
'i l 111 Mori.,'. fIr.,.,i n, i , -
fcMi'i I'jr to w b tcturt z::i 4 to ti i
DR. KLINE 8GRHAT
12 l4l LIII.S If tAifU M U.rrt'nl. A" Al.'U'tf
K hnutntftu. Trtattw rl f tri Udtl!n"ti
P J 'l't"'"t TT l't'f -p'rwti-f. turd nam-
ft 1 V, (. rttrri ti, l) K U SIC .
Art-LUi 'U..-Oi .U-iA. l a. .v tr, lt.iLi. .......
A PWITIVVS tTRE
rTsM FulX- A"-" ffoi.rni.B iirm.
One pi-1 Wol'tilfa, l awnlrd Uciotr It, if
No. I will ears any r Is f..ur r,r, 0. r
No. 2 w:ll r jrc toe m l i.tii,ir ru., i,. uitb r
f how ,,Bg su'idll.g.
Nofiu,,fH rl '. nf cnlw's,, cor-S or o'l of
ailu .!, isi r cruia prodac .ty.,,,.
h a. sioyias- me. cn,un of me .mi i. So
I'rrs i .. Mil I) BT ALL l'Bf(iriIST3. of
Bailed receipt of r,rlF. ur
for 1 her rartli ulirs scod for elrcoltr.
fewYoV' J r-AI-LAN' ''
Cu' ' r'""'1 f"r ru ' ! 'U not
(4Jlr,ti.'e aiai tare cira.
Or Imy iiit ,.n i u. treir
ad af,s r.elTe s. .tl.e-
may prove the ftepplnK-stofie lo a life of .ueces..
lit. esr.l!y .-lufiied lo larjse wNo h ri-sclie
Ihe fi..-t of l'ie I., A1'1rrS M. lilt S(,, I'.i
Orecni(h Btrel, .Sew York.
flTTO ri tt"-H' st
t 4 Mrf HhrMtr l
r.'j- Ivt ft tr (mi of nr f
bf In, IL ft.
KtOICiL SEISE UO Plil SOKE TALK.
m V",iilft, Dimm f Mi
I YM Ctt ik
t Vort C'Vf,
Kia,StvH Ouu, K.volKs,s.nt a. IW uun.uL.ca
Ilrrch l,oa!l'-KFfiotnDna.I,to.n. pouMe Hhot
tiilns.'itoli. hln(;,''iun. Uot-'O. liltle. Ito
1:5. livvulvrr. fl to fm tfor fre- illuiratel
J.i.lo,,,!". t..W.A.t WESIUUi lA'.S WdliKS,
r 1 unn nrn e".w .'iai ie,!i.v : 'i; tnant
IMVIIKI.r.N . 1 ,m.r i. .1.,,'.,. s..,.iu
11 I fllJMJK !.. A....rv. l-Ml-.,.,,, him l.,r.
MUITACHC AKD WHIJIfRJ.
Ik 1, . , A4 m 1 1
ftvw Itsl u M'll ba, t.M m
mi f.:lt 1 .
To Nervous Mlll'cri i s -'1 he dreal Kill np' iill P.i'l"-filv-Iir.
.1. I!. Siiiipsiin'specilp Jleilli inc.
Dr. J It Minpsiin'a Speiilie Medicine is a posi
tive cure fur Spvrmatiirrliea, Impoterwy, Weakness
and all diseases resultinif froju , lf Abuse as Ner
vous llehilitv, Iniliilillltj , Venial Am lei y. l.anunor,
Lassitude, 1 1, pn ssioii iiOpiriis and functional do
rani;eiiieiit ol the Nervous Njsit iu ir. nerallv I'ultis
In Hack or Mil". I.nss of Memnn . I'reniMtiire (Hi!
A'e and tlisi sses
that lead tn Cull
tv and an early
L-ravc, or Imih.
So matter how
system may he
from excesses nf
snv kind, a short
course of this nieilicine will restore inc. )nP (unc
tions and procmo health and happiness, w lu re he
fore whs ties poiidcniV and lnoin 'Ihu Specittc
Medicine Is lieinc nsi-d with wonderful suc
cess. rainph!''!1 sent fre to all. Write for tin tn and
ml full particulars. '
Price, tipecitic. fl .n per pai kiiM or s1 I""'"'
nges tor fri.tio. Will he sent hy mall on receipt of
motley- Address all orders,
7 J. I)., SIMPSON'S MKIIK'INK CO..
Nos. i:4 snd US) Main tjt..ifu!lalo. N. Y,
OKAY'M SDTIF10 MKDICI.NK,
TRADE MARK.Tb(irealEnKHslni;A)K JfAItK
Hemedy, an nn-
falllntf enre lor
Impoteiiry, and all
diseases that fol
low ns a ronse
niii'iicu of self
Before laKingmumory, ilhlveiaar
. m . noiise: hh ns. 111 a,.
lassitude, pair "s the hack. dlm if,n TeVi-
jess ol vision, prematura old bko. w
and many otherdlsi ases tliat lead to llipuulty or
consumption snd a tiremaltiro crave..
Full partlcnlnrs in our paiiipnlet, which wo do
lira to send Iree hy mall to every ono. The spe
cific medicine, is sold hv all druimlsis at J1 per
parkaus, six for or will h lent Iree hy mall on
receipt of tlm nionry hv addresslncTifij oitAY
MR I) 10 INK CO., No.S Mechanics hlock, Detroit
Mich. Hold In Cairo by Hardily Urns., patll Q
Schith and Geo. K. O'llara.
ii.lOMnrli a.iiWdl i m ii n niMia,irtiii.
STTO.1 JMOlr, .11 J
H V .., I,
ojt GUM WORKS.
Ssftd tan ti for Tsulrtf ne.