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THE DAILY CAIltO BULLETIN: Fill DA V MOltNINU, APRIL 29, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mornlnr Daily la Southern Illinois
Offlc: Bulletin Balldlnt, WMblngtoo Avenue
The lIotchkln revolving gun alrctuly
adopted in the Freuch and other gi'ewt
navies, has Iteen ordered lor uao lately
in the German navy, tho shins to "bo
armed with thin weapon a sueli a man
ner that every point surrounding each
vessel may bo protected by tlm lire of
ot least two gnus at a minimum rango
of 200 metres."
It has generally been supposed that
when carbolic acid is mixed with chlor
ide of lime tho former is liable to bo
destroyed by tho latter, with loss of ac
tivity on the part of both, when applied
for disinfecting purposes. Dinmin linds,
however, that a mixture of these two
substances possesses notablo greater
antiseptic energy than cither of them
A common process for discovering
the prcseuce of vegetable fibre in wool
en goods is to take half a dozen sticks
of caustic potash and put them into a
gill of water, which boil. Tut tho
sample into tho boiling solution, anil
let it remain for about twenty minutes,
in which time all tho animal matter will
bo dissolved, and that of vegelablo
will remain intact.
At the last meeting of tho Maryland
Acadomy of sciences J)r. Theobold
showed a species of a beetlo (hull to
ccrus farctus) which was observed by
him to move a small tray. He gave
the following interesting figures: Weight
of beetle, 2 grains; woight moved, 6J
ounces 2,640 grains, or 1,320 times
tho weight of tho beetle. A man weigh
ing 160 pounds, endowed with tho
strength of this insect, should, therefore, .
be ablo to move 198,000 pounds, or
nearly 100 tons,
Tho so-eallod Spence'a metal, says
Trof. J. W. Mallet, in tho Ammeun
Chemical Journal, a fused mixture of
iron pyrites or other metallic sulphides
with excess of sulphur, seems worthy
of some attention, especially for making
the joints of water-pipes, etc., although
tho claims put forward on its first an
nouncement were rather extravagant.
Its melting point is reported as low as
100 degrees centigrado, it has a con
siderable amount of cohesive strength,
it resists exposure to air and water,
and it costs very little.
It Las not been' supposed that sewage
gas could exert any corruding inlluenco
on metals, yet investigations show that
holes are actually worn in lead and
zinc pipes by such gases. From all
that appears, the gas which proceeds
from tlio drain is the most dangerous
element exhalations of this character
exercising their daily influence both by
perforating the pipes which contain
them and then issuing through theso
apertures to mingle with the respired
air. Substantial iron pipes, well ven
tilated and joined in the most perfect
manner possible are considered the best
There is a new instrument going into
use in England for the purpose of re
ceiving Greenwich time signals at tele
graph stations, etc. Hitherto, tho pas
sago of Die time signal current along
the lines gave no other indication of its
presence than a deflection of the
noodles of ordinary instruments and a
corresponding movement of tho arma
ture of tho Morse ink-writer, and
sounder, at 10 A. M., and tho eye had
to be kept constantly on the instrument
to learn the exact time. . In tho now in
strument there is an arrangement
which rings a bell and at onco arresU
attention when the first part of the timo
signal is transmitted.
A patent has been obtained in Ger
many to produce tannic acid in the
form of crystalino needles. For this
purpose a spirit, or ether solution of
tannin is evaporated in a copper vessel,
or in vacuo, till a sample, when cold,
can be broken without adhering to tho
fingers. This mass is brought into a
vessel provided with a double bottom
for the admission of steam, and con
taining a number of holes through
which the warm and therefore soft tan
nic acid goes, and as tho apparatus is
five metres high it forms a thin thread.
This falls through tho warm apparatus
on a woodeu or metallic cylinder, kept
in quick motion, from which the thread
is taken and broken into small bits.
Salt Rheum tor seventeen years. Help
less lor eight years. Lnablu to walk. Got
about on hands and knees. Head. face.
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
Cuticura Remedies. Will McDumilrt, 2."512
Dearborn street, Chicago.
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmira, N. Y., writes:
"About four years ago I had an attack of
billions fever, and never fully recovered.
My digestive organs were weakened and I
would be completely prostrated for days.
After using two bottles of your Bur
dock Blood Bitters tho improvement was so
visible that I was astonished. I can now,
though CI years of age, do a lair and rea
sonable days' work, Price $1.00, trial size
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disessu or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, hut act directly on the inflam
ed uartg, allaying irritation, give relief in
Astbma. Urimchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
5i! VrT JrottW deh Singer nnd
I'ubl.cbp(..ak(;rgaroubj,.ctto. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by .physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant usu ft,r nearly
an entire generation, they have RUuined
well-merited rank among the few Htapic
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
Bub It III.
Jacob Loeckman, 274 Clinton Street,
Buflalo, N. Y., says ho has been using
Thomas' Kclectrlc Oil for rheumatism. I Io
had such a lame back that ho could do
nothing; but one bottle entirely cured
them. I. U. Bcuuu, Agent.
Housted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at Tns Bulletin office.
It was the child's life, the voice which
hosven had glvon her. She sang as tho
nightingales sing, with no thought that
oilier buds held their notes to listen,
but because it was her way of express
ing inner joy, aud gladness antl happi
ness. She could forgot, in letting tho clear,
young voice soar upward to tho blue,
unfettered sky, tho daily toil, tho home
drudgery, the querulous Invalid mother
all that had mado her daily cxistenco
often very hard, well nigh impossible,
to bear, but for the heaven-boni solace
One day, when sho was but eleven
yoars old, sho had flown Into her moth
er's presence her cheeks Hushed, her
Tho Herr Kapelmoistcr had heard her
sing, sho said, and had stopped and
asked who had taught, and who was
teaching, her; and when sho had
laughed and answered "No one," ho
hail drawn a long breath of amazo, and
told her to come to-morrow, and every
morning, to the chapel and he would
train her voico himself, so that, one day,
sho should bo a great singer, and have
tho world at her feet
But, to her surprise, only anger
kindled in her mother's eyes as she
half-raised herself on her couch, in the
extreme of hor indignation.
"A singer indeed!" sho exclaimed,
scornfully. "Ah, it is to this that loss
of fortune has brought me that my
child should bo thus insulted! A sing
or uno of those sirens who worked to
me but what ami sayingP" and sho
fell back white and fainting.
Gisella dared not refer to tho subject
again, but sho understood it all very
littlo so little that she went to tho
Kanelnieistor, in tho littlo German town,
ami askod him what she should do.
He patted her fair, flaxen head, and
lookeil very thoughtful as ho listened.
"Lot mo hear you sing again, my
chilil," he n:iid, simply. "After, I can
tell you best."
Unhesitatingly Gisella obeyed. Stand
ing by his side, under tho ' shadow of
the grand old organ, before which ho
seated himself, sho let her voico ring
out to its fullest extent.
Tears wore in. the mans eyes as, tho
song finished, he drew her toward him.
"It is heaven's gift you possess. Man
has no right to stillo it. Your mother
is ill, nervous, and irritable; it needs
not that she should bo troubled. Come
to mo daily; wo will make your voico
all that is possible, then we will leave
it to its own future." -
For five long years the organist kept
his promise. Sometimes Gisella could
not bo spared, sometimes her mother
was too ill to bo left alone; but gener
ally, through storm or sunshine, the
straight young figure wended its way to
the gray oltl cathedral, as uniauingiy as
though keeping some lover's tryst as
indeed it was.
It was all that made tho hoine-lifo
bearable. The money they had for
their needs was growing less, her moth
er's necessities for luxuries greater.
Tho best old wines were needed, tho
physician said, to keep up the wasting
strength; the choicest food, to tempt tho
Poor little Gisella! Her will was so
great, her power so feoblo.
"If wo were back in Fiance, my own
sunny France," hor mother would say,
"1 miglit get well and strong ngaiu;
here 1 cannot even die."
Gisella could not remember the sad
da', years agono, when they had left
France, because her mother never
wished to see its fatal shores again.
Sho only realized tho hopelessness of
hor present desire. From whence could
the money come to enable them to loavo
tho humble roof that sheltered them,
take the journey, and still havo enough
for the morrow's needs?
Sad and sorrowful, sho one day sought
her master, to find him awaiting her
with strangely-radiant face. She
opened her lips to speak, but he si
lenced her, pointing to a song before
him, and trying to frown.
"Sing!" ho commanded, "and your
best. I am impatient waiting for you."
Woaderingly she obeyed, and soon
forgot all but the joy of singing. At
tho last note, the man sprang to his
feet, when to her amaze, another form
came from behind the organ, and ex
tended to her his hand.
"My child." the master said, "tho
opportunity I have so long been waiting
for, has come. This gentleman, a man
of great influence in the musical world,
has come hero at my request to hear
you sing. We will together listen to
"It is wonderful! wonderful!" assent-
cu uio stranger, wuuo uis daiK eyes
searched the lovely, young, blushing
faco before him. "Two years' more
study and sho will astonish Paris. Givo
her to mo for that timo, and I will see
that sho has every advantage, and I
will tako upon myself tho caro of her
The eyes of tho organist sparkled
this was success beyond his anticipa
tions; but Gisella was dumb.
"You say nothing, my child," said
the maestro. "Does not my plan pleaso
"It is impossible, sir," sho answored,
then. "My mother would never con
sent." "Your mother! With such a talenf,
sho would not encourage its fostering?
You are so rich, thon, that money is no
"On tho contrary, sir, wo are very
poor; but my mother would rather
starve, I think, than have mo appear in
opera. Yet wo need money so very
"And, snito of her effort to be calm.
hor lip quivered, and tears trembled on
her long lashes.
"You need money so much?" contin
ued tho maestro, moved at her irrief.
Listen, then, mademoisullo. to mv
plan. To-morrow night there is to be
a grand concert In tho town. Ono of
the principal slngors is suddenly ill. I
imvo jusi ieu ino manager in despair at
filling her place. You shall apoear.
aim sing tho Bong to which 1 have just
listened. For this I will give you iivo
mother bean o! your success, sho may
be persuaded to change her mind."
'vo. . hundred tlmlerst Tho sum
lT.d ncr$lU?-' What would It not
must not, fehe must risk even her
Falling on her knees before the tall,
handsome man, she bent and kissed his
fill A. .1 ...I ll . A
I xum uay ano. mo next passed to fit r
in a sort or: a dream: but towards even
ing of tho next day her mother prow
feverish and restless, 111 at ease ifGis
clla was for a moment out of hor sight.
Suppose this feeling increased, how
should she get away? She dared not
tell tho truth; she could think of no
It was her first deception, and, spite
of tho voico of nature which sanctioned
it, it weighed heavily upon her young
soul. To her inexpressible relief, with
in a few minutes of the appointed timo,
her mother fell into a gentle slumber.
Leaving sonio excuso for her absence
in case she should wake, she hastened
to assumo hor simple toilet of white,
tind, under tho guardianship of her old
master, went to tho appointed plttco.
Now, that there was no withdrawal,
sho wondered at her own madness in
coming. How should sho stand beforo
that upturned sea of faces?
"Courage!" her master whispered.
'Forget them all. Think that you are
in the cathedral with mo."
With these words she advanced upon
tho stage. A fceblo murmur of ap
plause greeted the young debutante.
To herself, sho seemed walking upon
An instant, and all grow dark beforo
her, when her eyes fell upon tho gravo,
dark eyes of the gentleman who had of
ferod her tho live hundred thalers.
Somehow they reassured and gave
her strength. Her first notes trembled;
but as her own car caught them, tho
old love of her own voico put asido all
lesser inlluenco which swayed her, and
sho sang as sho had sung to tho old
saints in their niches, and to the birds
in their leafy nests.
A deafening sound of applause fol
lowed tho last echo, which had died
away in tho still more flattering silence.
Again ami ngain she was recalled.
The management eamefcrward to offer
her an engagement nt any terms; but
she sadly shook her head. It must not
be. Already sonio dim prophetic in
stinct of the future was stirring within
Sho hurried from the place with tho
five hundred thalers folded in her
breast. Slio would kneel at her moth
er's feet, confess her fault if fault it
was and leave to her the decision of
her future; but on the threshold of her
homo she stopped, as though its shadow
had already struck a chill to her young
soul. There were hurrying feet and
moving lights. Only an instant sho
paused, then ran with light steps up to
the room where sho left her sleeping.
"Hush!" some ono said.
But the (lying woman had already
heard. liaising herself in bed, sho
waved back her child who would havo
thrown herself into her arms.
"You have deceived me," sho said.
"You have in you your father's blood.
He, too, deceived and deserted his wifo
and child! I meant to have kept from
you tho truth. You have wrung it from
me. I once cursed every woman with
a voice. You know now why I never
let you sing; why the very sound of
your voice was hateful in my ears!"
"Mother! mother!" wailed, the girl;
"why did you not tell me this before?
Unsay your curse, mother! Io not let
it rent upon my innocent head. I did
it for your sake!"
"ror my saker the sick woman ech
But what sho would havo said was
never uttered. Sho fell back on her
"The curse, tho curse," moaned Gis
ella. and sank, fainting on tho floor.
When she recovered consciousness,
slio found that with the money Bhe had
earned, her mother had been carried to
her last quiet rest.
Some one, who find seen her at the
concert, Jim I unwittingly recounted to
tho invalid her triumph, and tho shock
had proved more than tho shattered
nerves could bear, hastening the al
ready fast-approaching end.
It was long ere Gisella tried to sing
again; but one day, when want pressed
heavily upon her, sho stole into the
cathedral to try her power. .
In vain! Her voice was gone she
could not raises a single note.
In that way, she thought, had her
mother warded oil" her curse, and a
great weight liltcu li.scl) iroin lior heart,
spite of her loss, ami, alone in tho si
lence, there fell from her burning eyes
tears which cased her brain and light- '
ened her heart.
As sho wept, some one entered in tho
gloom. It was rhe maestro, who hail
been very kind to her during her ill
ness, refusing to leavo tho quiet Ger
man town till ho knew tho song-bird (as
he called her) had recovered.
Now his kindly, handsome face looked
down on her.
"Gisella," he said, 'onco I mado you
an oiler that brought you only sadness;
now I would change it into gladness.
My littlo song-bird, I no longer want
your voice for the world, but for myself
and my own hearthstone Gisella, will
you be my wife?"
Wondoriugly she lookod into his
"My voice is gone," sho answered.
"I am no longer worthy even of your
"Not my pity, but my love. Como
to mo, then, my little, voiceless bird,
and let ino woo back your song!"
Sho was very weak, and bo was very
strong, and gathered in his arms, tho
shadows lifted, and a mother's blessing
seemed to fold itself around her, as sho
laid her tired head upon her new-found
Nor did her happiness cvor desert
her, not even when humming a lullaby
to her sleeping babe, as it rested in her
arms, tho glorious voice broko forth
from its long imprisonment, soaring
higher and higher, jintil the baby woke
But the people often questioned of tho
wonderful nlghtingalo whose notes had
been heard but onco questioned and
A Sanitary Honso.
Prof. Fleming Jenkins has "tatcil that
tho following nro tho main conditions
to be fulfilled In putting a house in good
sanitary order: 1. Tho liquid refuso
from tho house must havo a freo pas
sago to tho town sewer. 2. Tho air
from tho town sewer must not havo a
freo passage into tho houso drain. 8.
No air or gas from tho drainage chan
nels of tho house must enter tho houso.
1. No water or llould must leak from
those channels Into tho ground under
the llOUSH. JS. Tim ittin1ttnrr umlnt
must bo stored in such a manner as to
run no risk of contamination. C. The
air of the dwelling-rooms must bo sup
plied without contamination.
"My ukk," sHid a grateful lady, "had
been one of intense buffering and misery
until cured of a disfiguring scrufulous
humor by the Cuticura Itetnedics." Ask
your Diuggislh about them if troubled with
itching uud scaly humors.
After Eight Long- Years.
C. (.'. .Jacobs, 78 Foirtoni street, Buffalo,
writes that for eight long years he had tried
every known remedy to cuie him of piles,
ulso had been treated by physcians without
success, when ho was ultimately cured by
Thomas' Electric Oil. P. G. Scliuli, Agent.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of (he Chest, Gout,
Quins, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
Kn rrepuratlnn e n earth equal J1!. Jacobs Oil ti
a , ', i'Hi;i'tiikl rhtnp Kxttrniil Kemeiiy.
A trial entails but (lie 'nijiuriiliVfly tritiitie; nullity
of 50 (ViiIn, utut every one uttt-riiie with alu
can have cheap and J'.sitive proof of its clttiUiH.
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TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loan of nppotita.NniiHen.bo woIb cohU ve,
J'tt'n I" thoiroiid.wlth n dull aonNiition in
the back piirt, I'rtln unrtor tho Hhouldor
bliide, fullneM nltor cntiiiR, with a diitin
cllnivtion to exertion of body or inindl
Irritubilltyof tompor, Low piritn, Low!
of memory, with a fnolinn of huvliift no(?
loctod Homo duty, weurlnoiw, Ditwincim;
Flutterinirof the Hoiirt, DoU before tha
r?7eJj.V-0!,OW-kln "'lch0, ItORtloBH.
nous at night, highly colorod Urino.
IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'8 PrLLS'i r.r Ullyndii)tMllo
of fcwllnn an U, HfttonUli tlx, M1ir.'r.r.
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TUTT'S l'lf.LS snM l,y IlAUCfAY WtOS
Umti or I'll s City Clkhk, i
C'aiiio, III., AfiiiL K ill, lal, )
Wliereiu. tha Comuilttoeuppulntuil order ordl
nui' No. 45, approved May 14th, 1MM), to tlx and ra
tion to ibecilv council Ha- prlcca m which I ho Iota
luldolfln pofllotiBof 'lie mrlp of ground WU feet
wide, know u an rallroud "trip, laying hetwiwu Konr
tuentUmreet mill Ht. Chiirlcn atrei't, .liottlil bwold.
did report to Hie city conn'il ut it ri'nular pioirnK
Murcu Bill, Ixhi (which ri'port wan approved by Hie
city council Hi lt regular iuei;tli'(f. April Mil, lBl),
Axing the prlreH on paid lot mm follow :
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No .1 No 4 No M No (1
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" 7 mi nn ki mi Kiii 011 ',! mi 70 (hi t',11 on
" n no mi fit 11 l.'iii mi 75 mi to no tin no
" ti tin tin k" (in 1,'iiiun 5,1 00 711 in tin 1111
"in nil in Villi' IT10 m 7500 711 no mi on
"11 Ml Ml ll'i III! 1MI on 7.' no 711 ll Ml Ml
" VI on no (i5 no l', ii.-) no 70 in nn 00
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'11 mi no i: (Mi IM1011 tit) no 711111 no in
"I'. Ml Ml till 111100 IKI (III 7H mi no (11
"M Minn I10110 1 111 nn mini 711 in mi on
"lv Minn initio 1 tu (in 711 no 711 in 7ti mi
" b 110 mi All Ml 'JMIMl K5 Wl 1MMW 1.71 Ml
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AI'l'KAlSEMENT OK K. U. KTUU'. ADDITION
(JO .VII ME I).
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I lr. I in
Nl I .Mil
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S ' - S I !
Which Hfliii rcpa't M 00 lilu Hi my oflke.
Public notice n In rciiy eiveu to the owner or
nuiierft of the lirotierty ahiittltiL' 011 aaid lot above
tnentliitiedtiial iliey have the riL'lit and privilege
formxty da)K from tliedate hereof tn punliane the
Kaid lot almve deHcribed at the raid price, fixed
1 iy eald roliilusttev.
D.J. K01.KV, City Clerk.
CLADI YOUIl MONEY.
A (ieiieral Ollice if the Life I'ollc y IloMern" Col
Icetl'.n Atfetiry of the I'nlled Slate, for tin.' MAte.
(if lilllion-. Wi-roiiHin, MiuuemitA and l"a ha
beeu eitnliliiii( fl ill the city of Chlea'i. Tlu-rv In
at'afh value in all Life iinuitaiire I'olii.leii, hither
iapnud or in force. Kor further Infuriiiatiiiii re
Kpcctinu Hie panic, api'ly tn Local Ayetit, It Hiern
1 h one in voiir pine, otherwice by letter to
( IlAltl.KS(. tjUVKY i CO., (Jeticml ApuU,
ji 1 onianil lilm k. 1 ritc&u'o. iiiihoIk.
N, 11. -To in-ure atteiiinoi (o your letter lnclcilie
Hceiit iii 1'nHai.": and vc will it our time and
I'artien dmirotiH of oblainli.;; Local Aireticie.
plennu addri-KH uh nt once and iM.'Mirn ni.t:ii
r Outfit luriiMhfd Irre, with full in
ylt I I I'triietioni) fur rnmliiitint! the mo. I
I 1 li'rotlliible liulLef that any one ran
nl; I fi-iiKaei; Iii. The himincn ia an racy
It " tu Team, and our itiHtriictiom are an
simple iirul plain, that any onu can
nnk irreiit prnlitK irom the utart. No one can fail
who la willing to work. omen are a .ncceMful
a'tneti. II") h nml i;lrU ran earn Inrt'e runm.
Many havo tnmle at Hie huaiiienii over one hundred
dollara in a nini'lo week. Nnthlug like it ever
known before. All who vncAK aro Mirnri.fl at the
rime and rxpidily with which they arc aMe to make
money. Von can cnnuirB In tlim buniue.a I11ri1.11
youri-pari' time at ureal profit. Vouiio not have to
Inycft capital in It. We lake all the rlfk. Tlni.e
w ho need remty money, ehouid wtire to Ui at once.
All furnli-heil free. Addrean TKL'K fO.,-Au
Obtained for new Inventions, or for improvornent
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I Proved from uinplii exirlein-e an entire, I
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III. fiMilire.ned or I'nlnliil I'l-rlinja,
li W lillen, t'Ki irolue lerloiM, . .
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l.i iiiieiiiiiiiiinn, uueiniiuiiu 1 ulna, :a
Hi. I Vtrr 11111I Vuue, ( hill, lever, Aiftiei,
17. Piles, lillud or llleeilliiK,
IK. ( ii 1 11 r r It. neiiiu or chronic; Iutlneuil, !ti
Ml VI i 4,l, l'....ol. vl.. I...., I'......l.u .j .
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Kor sale oy ilniKKlits. or seiii liy lli (,,,
orslimle VI11I. free or ehurne, on receipt of
prlex. S lid fur lr. Iluniihrr.' Ilmik 1111
lllaease, ill-., 'UI pUKe.i, ulso lllu.lruled
I'nliiliiioie, I IlKK.
A. In. I1 11 in oil rr v ' lloiiipiinatlile
.Med. t o., It) J 1-ulluu Ot Auw aork.
HUMPHRY'S HOMEOPATHIC MEDI
CINES, sold l.y 1JARCLAY EROS.
Er. S. Silsb jo s Ssteaal Pilo Rcacd
Givi 4 Instant relief and la nn t nf illiMo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
poll hy Orniirttaeverywliere. I'rles, .m'pi r box
priy.oi ny 11, ml, Samf l". .-nt fru to I'd) melnii.
and all nitter. r, l,y IV Neiit:i, mi r4 ( o. liox swi.
ke iurkLlty. buleoianuiaoturenoi "Annknn.
I. pcrferii? poif. Prononnc. I Hi ri bv tlo- rnvh.
.n cnnl"' il nuili.iriiii.. hi iiiv .i 1.1 liii'i-., li:7li..l
awaMat I'J VV.-H'i'. Ki. .'.-I Cnn !.
Bui.inj inuwu. W H HCUItrrtLIH to H t
MOLI.ERS COD LIVER OIL, H. 1-1 l.y
T ft STOPPED FREE
'flfiK in tl1rtrrl1l
wra DR. KLINE SGKW
V3y tsjFRuF PcBTCiaca
'"rail Pai A MiiiIi'muk n .jit.r
lar.i Lista If Uwu u Olrw-o-d. A'u An aj'.r
urttuay lis, Jreailv a'l 12 Ir'.al Uitt t-lrrvta
I it i.n,MiU,tr.sv ,yini!ni.MMrff. nt U nsiD
P. li. an! mini ad-in-u . lia. kl.lSK.v.
Wlihnnt m.iHn. At.LAf8 ROI.mi.K MPHr.
( ATEl) llol ljllii. i auuted OciotKr 16, l-TX
So. 1 :ll enre any rase In foar cl.vi. or Ism.
No. J will cjr. ttiu inoioUui.t cu-, nu nutter
W liuw loOxsundiiiK.
No i.auoua ij -ari nf enheha, eopalba or oil of
kndalvood, Uiat ara certain to i.r.iiws lytr'i
fy d.iro)itiir tlm rn.urura of tria t..inh. So
lyrlniri or a.irlnerM tnjaciuna Ui pr...iuc. oilier
f, tIoth r r i i.iicK tl n ,
I'rice fj 1, Mil II HT ALL IMlt OGIhTU, or
Dialled" ricrlptol pnre.
For I- her n.rte n'.ra ot for circular.
KaiUlifc. J C. ALLAN .o, fj j olm Htriait.
WeutT. r WO rmar l for any car i they will not
Wuii k.asfe atid .are cure.
ALLAN'S MEDICATED IioUilES
Sol,! l.y RARCLAY EROS.
n1tt(. . -W bjf Vu aW bo
MEDICAL QOEKCI SSS l) mil B3VE TALK.
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Ursseh.I.oa.llTiirfiliotOnna.llltr.r -I"'' '
Jiiina.HtoliaJ. Hli.KleOuna.ltorJl. I
ITV iturolvcra.tl t"!-- Ken t for frr lllulratt
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CANCER INSTITUTE,,,1;-, SXSZ
leniino ireanneuiK aim
C f imin. n. .ra:tii-e. Htaiuls
s f'htkI la ai kno leaVtd
ainliontv on Cannr ami
fcrtl kllulrul. Tliem.i'tex
1 traorUinary rup l y Ina
irn-at t'hrmieal Ciwrrr
eAniohtti am roeonlwL
i S r.Hnlnl In n inovinKtlio
JJIrt ti Caneera
If-l Tumora. fnr i nrHe'ilara,
O Ie.wti'1 fur frw trontiw er
iVSeall on Mi. KLINK, ml
:iS? Anh Kt..lhiIaJUi.uia.I'a.
XV W'TP !)f -A liHellient jimni' tun
1 1 i ii i J i I' . every roil ii try tov D, (0 t'
pertniinviit local agency for the Mile of .,ur tean,
COlluea, ete.,ln mrka;a, tnconniinerh. Tlila aijen
rr rv(tnrea no ie'lillini! nml lint a moderate amount
of aolleltlnir. and if iroiierly Iniiiiii.-eil will my
iroin ? i to J i.imi tierM.ar. rariiru.iira rreo.
1'koI'I.kh Tka CO.. '. O. Mux oii'Jii, Ht, I.oiiIh, Mo,
To Nervous Still't n ra-Tlif tirrat Knroiienn Rcn.
rth Dr.. I. II. SliiiisoirsSiiei'lllc Jletlielim.
Dr. .1 B. Kl.miaoti'a Uniiclflc Mi lllclnu la a liOHi-
live cnri! for Siurtnalorrliea, Imnolency, Weakneaa
nnd nil dlaeaaea reanltlnit froru hflf Almau. aa Ner
votia llelillltv. Irritalilllty. Menial Anxiety, Lnninor,
LiiHcitildc, Depreaalon lit fpirna ami mnnioniil (III
raiiiteinenta ol tlm orvini. nyni. ui p iieraiiy ruilia
In Hack or riUlit, l.oaa or a m.'. i remnnirH inn
Aft' nnd rliHenaea
that lead to Con
ty and an early
L'ravc, or lioth.
io matter liow
aliatlerod t Ii o
ayatum may ue
.v kind, h abort
... n nl tllla inedll.itlit will ronton, tnu loal llllll'-
tliin aim J'rncnre nvnitli ami nappiueaa, wn. ru ne
foro waa ueaiioHdency and plnoni. Tin Hneclllc
Sludlcluo la lieltiK used wtlli wondurful etic-
l'amnliletan'ntfrcBtoall. Write for Ibiui utid
ijet full pnrtle.nliira,
rrleu, Hpeclilr. fl.Mlper nackapo, or Kx pack
aea lor J'.. iki. Will lie aent by mall on rucvlpt ol
money. Adilrea nil orilera,
,1 . ll, Marnun n .uui.n i. i cu.,
Noa. M and 1W Main Ht., I In mil o, N. Y.
i Outfit ailfri!(i to tboau who wlah to uu
N L capn linbo moat plcuaant antl prolltnlilu
a. I lu"liili known, iivorvtliliiK now.
m rj Capital ll.it riiiittlred. u will ftirnlah
X. J uverythlnu. Hla day nnd upward la ynt
oaally tnailu ultlii.ut. atnvlinr bhiiv from
homo over nlplit, No rlak wliatuver. Mtiiv tin
work"ra wanted at onco. Many are innklntt fort
utiea a tlnibiiHlneaa, I.adlea itiakfl aa tntich a
mini, ndyotitiif boy titid plrl miiKiiKriiat pay. Mo
onu wno la wllllni! to work fall to malm mom
mniioy livery day tlmn ran ho made In a week at any
other employment. Thoau who enjoin at, (,neu
will find n abort road to furliinii, Adilrea 11.
Iial.i.11,1 i a i roruatio jiuiinu,
m Brf jiwii
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