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THE DAILY CAIRO RULLETLNjJTUEgDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, ts81.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND CA) TJNTT
ITEMS OF 1KTEEE8T.
Rev. Dr. Crosby has nwoivod several
gross insults nt tlio hands of Htudoiits of
the New York University, of wLicli Lo
Russian montvaerlos oem to bo in a
perilous slat. The trial of a monk for
the tuimlorof anotJior monk has brought
out some daniajinK testimony concern
ing moral and pecuniary matters.
Mr. Joseph. Cook lias decided to re
main abroad for another season, and
will then return to America by way of
India and Jupan. Ho has hail exceed
ingly large audiences at his lectures
throughout Great Britain. Ho is about
to give another series of locturos in
Minnesota lias a now law permitting
teachers in the public schools to give
daily instruction in social science, good
morals, and patriotism. Thirty topics
are specified, such as health, honesty,
industry, and chastity, but none of them
are distinctly religious.
The consumption of opium is rapidly
increasing in San Francisco. 'I hero
are 400 places where opium Is sold, and
each one of them receives an incomo
averaging $75 a day from tlio traffic
Tlio religious and secular press are cal
ling attention to tlio matter.
A ferocious bloodhound was added to
n New England "Undo Tom's Cabin"
company. He was expected to chase
Haley with simulated ferocity, but on
his debut, at Providence, he bit the fu
gitive in earnest. This was a valuable
advertisement for tho show, but it al
most cost tho lifo of tho actor.
In England there is just now a curi
ous rago for one Btylo of dressing the
hair. It Is very simple and very ugly.
Imazine. a pretty blonde who has. shorn
the sides and top of her head -until tho
golden locks are about three inches
long, curled into a bushy mass, parted
it on one side, and coiled tho remainder
of her crowning glorv into a light lilllo
knot on tho nape of her nock.
A Cleveland man sold a finger to a
surgeon to be transferred to a wealthy
patient's incomplete hand. Tho price
was 100. Half was paid down on am
putation, and the othor half has become
the subject of a lawsuit The other
ownor demands its return in dofault of
payment, and tho quostion arises wheth
er a judge can order it cut off the band
of the present owner.
Col. Forney says: J. T. Raymond told
me tho other day, that while playing
Col. Sellers in London, he recoived a
dozen or more letters asking the moan
ing of the word "appropriation," in the
phrase 'I go in for the American flag
and an appropriation." After a while
they found out "appropriation" meant
the samo as a "Parliamentary grant,"
and then they saw the point of it.
HodseUa-Ahmet, who was sentenced
to imprisonment for lifo for having
translated the Bible into Turkish, and
for having circulated it in tho States of
the Sultan, escaped from the prison at
Chio after tho earthquake. Tho prison
was thrown down by the violence of the
shock, but , IIodscha-Ahmet was not
hurt. He managed to get on board au
English vessel auchoieain the harbor,
and he is now in London.
Tlio Home for Intemperate Women
in Boston has, since its opening in Jan
uary of last year, furnished shelter and
care for over 300 women. Tho institu
tion, though unsectarlan, is conducted
as a Christian homo. A laundry and
sewing-room enable the inmates to pay j
part for the benelit they receive. The '
institution has just been incorporated
under the State laws, the corporators
including, among others. Mrs. Julia
Ward Howe aud Mrs. James T. Fiolds.
Denver, Col., has a population of less
than 50,000, but it includes six nion who
are worth from $1,000,000 to $5,000,000
each, twenty who are worth $500,000,
and 200 who represent $250,000 in their
own right Mining fortunes, however,
havo a way of vanishing, as they are
usually reckoned by calculating the ouU
Jut of a mine as a dividend, when in
act It is a payment olF the principal.
Denver, has, besides its batclt of rich
men, six widows whoso combined for
tunes aggregate $3,000,000.
From the Hub.
There is perhaps not touio offered to the
people that possesses as much real inBtrin
nic valuo as the Hop Hitters. Just at this
season ot the year, when tho stomach needs
an appetizer, or tho blood needs nurifvins.
the cheapest an.lbest remedy is Hop Bit
ters. An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure, don't wait until you are
prostrated by a disease that may take
months for you to recover in. Boston
Transplanting Old Trees.
Thero are several serious objootions
to the removal of old treos with the'
mere object of furnishing a landscape.
First, they rarely or never grow well
afterward, or iucrcaso in size; second
ly, they require no ond of "staying" to
hold them up, and hardly ever acquire
sufficient foot-hold to stand alone in a
paloof wind; and lastly, transplanting
is very apt to kill the subject operated
upon, and deep thcii is the disappoint
ment Wu havo seenand read a good
deal about transplanting trees of ma
ture ago, and can state that is neither
wlso nor safe to meddlo with trees above
thirty yenrs of ago. It is almost a pro
carious operation with subjects of that
ago, but when they can bo moved with
good roots there is afair chance of their
growing and doing well, and they will
produce quite as good an effect as trees
twenty or thirty years older. It is. there
fore, not necessary to move older trees
at great rhk.-Lumluit Garden.
Burnett's Cocoafne for Loss of Hair.
Three years ago my batr was coming
out very last, and I was nearly-bald. 1
was also troubled with dandruff. I began
using Burnett's Cocoainc, and my hair im
mediately ttonbcd cominff out, and has con
stantly been getting thicker. My head is
now entirely free from dandruff. My wife
lias used the Cocoaine with equally nsgrat-
P. T.Platt. with F. MacVcach & Co.
Burnett's Extracts are tlio purest 1 truit
The riying-flsh and its Foe-
New Orleans Plooyuno.
An extract from Nature, published
in this paper throws doubt on the- pui
suit of the flying-lish by tho so-callod
dolphin, the coryphene. As I was once
a witness of such a chase, accompanied
by a circumstance much rarer, I append
an account: One afternoon, during a
voyage on a sailing vessel bound to a
West Indian port, whilo tho ship was
making some four or five miles an hour,
a coryphene was observed gamboling
undor the bows, going ahead a little, as
if to show its superior speed, and then
returning to its frolics. While the sail
ors were fastening tho harpoon to a
line the coryphene sighted a flying-fish.
At once it stiffoned itself; its wholo
body quivered, as if with excitement;
it tail was agitated from one side to
anothor, and it started in pursuit,
bounding over tho surface of the soa with
leaps of some 15 or 16 feet Although
a stern chase is held to be a very long
one, this lasten loss than a minuto; one
of the leaps brought the coryphene
rlht under tho terrified flying-fish,
wSich seemed to fall into its enemy's
jaws. The latter returned to its "play
ground" under the bows, and was har
pooned, brought on. board, and cut up
within two minutes after its meal. Tho
flying-fish was taken out whole unin
jured. The coryphene is the boautiful
ly colored fish noted for the shifting and
varieties of its tint when expiring. It
is commonly but erroneously called a
dolphin, as in the well-known verse:
"The dying dolphin's changing hues."
Now, in regard to the flying-fish, I have
watched them on many voyages, and I
can confirm the observers who describe
its motion as a leap, not an act of fly
ing. It springs out of water, gradually
rising to the middlo of its course, then
falling, describing a parabola just as an
arrow does in its flight I have repeat
edly seen them change direction during
the leap, making a deflection amounting
to about a half angle, never more. But
I can not agree with Mr. Whitman.wbo
estimates the length of their leap to bo as
much as eight hundred, or even twelve
hundred feet I opine that about two
hundred feet is a pretty big jump for
one of these fishes, and Instead of forty
seconds I calculate tho time occupied
in a long leap at fifteen seconds, which
gives a velocity of nine miles and a
fraction per hour.
fhazieh's uoot bittebs.
If you are weak, or languid, use Frazier's
If your flesh is flabby and your com
plexion sallow, uso Frazier's Bitters.
If you live in a malarial district, uso
Frazier's Bitters. .
If worn down with the care of children,
use Frazier's Bitters.
If you have got the blues, uso Frazier's
If you have kept lato hours and lived
contrary to the lawsot health, use Frazier's
If vou need toning up, take Frazier's
lloot Bitters. '
If you have abused instead of used nit
ture's citts, uso Frazier's Bitters.
If you feel old before your time, use
1 rnzicr s Bitters.
If lifo has become a burden and you have
gloomy forebodings, use Frazier s Bitters.
If your hands tremble and your eyes have
grown dim, Frazier's Root Bitters will
make you feel young again. Sold by all
druggists everywhere at the low price $1 00
per bottle. Fkank S. Hknhy & Co.,
Sole Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Geo. E. O'Haka, Druggist.
An Oregon Pioneer
No man in Oregon has figured more
conspicuously in thosphoro in which ho
has acted for twenty-eight years than
L. L. Williams, whose remains wore re
cently conducted through this city from
San Francisco on tho way to Roseburg
for interment. It was in 1851 that he
first arrived in Southern Oregon. He
came as a miner with the thousands of
adventurous spirits who thronged to tho
coast during thoso early years. Ho
was a loader of men by nature, and be
ing possessed of a liberal education ho
was qualitiod for the duties of any posi
tion, no matter how exalted. Bravo,
generous, temporato in all things, and
possessing exocutive ability of high or
der, he never failed in any enterprise
which he undertook during tho many
years of his rcsidonco in Oregon. Ho
took an active part in repelling tho In
dian outbreak of early days in tho
southern part of tho State During tho
latter part of 1851 ho wont In company
with Major T Vault and throe others to
prospect tho waters of tho Coquillo for
gold. They descended tho river in a
canoo, and when near tho mouth of that
stream they landed In an Indian village
Captain Williams and another niembor
of the party went ashore to reconnoitre,
when they were attacked by tho sav
ages. The Captain's companion was
instantly killod. The romainder of tho
party escaped in tho canoe and he was
left alone to contend with over fifty
savages armed with guns and bows and
arrows. Being a man in tho prime of
lifo and of almost Horculean strength,
ho succeeded in making his escape af
ter killing live Indians with his clubbed
rifle. But ho was dosperately wounded
Two flint arrow points had piorcod into
tho cavity of his body, from which thoy
were not extracted for more than a year
after his escape, which ho effected by
making his way to Gardiner, near tho
mouth of tho Umpqua river. -Portland
Mischief in tho Air.
We cannot analyzo tho turinl poisons
that produce epidemic and endemic dis
eases; but tho valuable discoveries which
havo been made in vegetable pharmacy en
able us to counteract their maliflc influence
Tho most powerful known antidoto to
every species of malaria is IIoBfctter's Stom
ach Hitters, a pure botanical medicine, In
which tno finest anti-scptics, ionics, altera
tives and stimulants of the vegotublo king
dom are skillfully and effectively combined.
At mjaanns of the year when tho atmog
piicre is surcharged with miasma, and
whenever the specific virus of any Infectious
diwaao Is supposed to bo present in tho
air, this famous correctlvo should bo taken
regularity as a protective. All who choose
o observe this i precaution may bid defiance
to intermittent and remittent r. ivnfd aitil la
fact to all disorders generated by foul ex
halations or impure water.
THECREAT ' nl
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Genera Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth equals St. Jacob. Oil m
a m f, turf, aim pie and cheap External Kcmedy,
A trial onfalls but tho comparatively (rilllne outlay
of 50 Cents, and every one. suflerlng with pain
can have clu'ap and positive proof of ltd claims.
Directions iu Eleven Languages,
SOLD B7 ALL DRU00ISTS AND SEALERS 15
A.VOGELER & CO.,
. Ilalthnore Md V. B. M
ST. JACOBS OIL, sold by BARCLAY
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetlte.NauBea.bowels costive,
PaTnln theHead,with ad ul 1 sensation ia
Che bacR'part, Pain under the shoulder
blade, fullness after eatink, with a disin
Ifritubili'tjrof temper, Lowspiritg, Loss
qfjriemor'VjWlth a foeliuR of having neg
lected some Jut ."weariness, Dizziness',
Flutterm jr of the- Heart," Dots before tha
eyesYoUow Skfnrileadftche, Restless,
nets at nightTTiighly colored Urine;
IT THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILL8 are especially adopt el to
SIICll rHNKH,OllltiOKC fll'ff't NIK'll II I'llHIIga
of feflliiu; an to HNtoniNli the mill'tirer,
Tliy Iim-wmm1 Hi ApiM-tltts and wiw tlia
lxly to ThI uii tiiHtli, (him flip .ynu-m I.
ton i'WimiI. ami ny im-irToiilc Ai'lionnn tliu
ItltfrallteOruiM)". Ib'triilnr NUniIii are pro.
lliK'id, I'rlra ' conlit. XI Murrny hU, W. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Okay llAiuor WinHKut- clinnt'Pil lo a Dummy
IIi.ai'K liy a Hindu iiilli allon of UiIb Dyk. it
I in parts nittuntl color, au linlHiimneouHly.
bulii by ii u'1inlnMir mhiL ny xreiut on r.cHipt of 1.
Office, 35 Murray St.. New York.
I)r. TI TTS JI AM U. nt VnlunMr tnformM(. anil k
Uwful KwlpU will l aullHl HIKK on ajipllrallo.,
TUTT'S PILLS soi.l ly BAKCLAY BKOS
I Ji'SKt'T filTKK,
t. r. limiMiTOX-Oil,!...-" I horwli.rt pfrmnnnt
rulluf fnmi unu.iliholiMract," (Inflammatory (IImhim.)
NAM I'M. R. JAUFS. Rrhnnwtaly, N. Y.-"A h.MIK-hol.1
IHIUUItSltV IU U1V futlillu it "
hth. n. i-anw, n. n.. iwkivn. n. y..
illy In my hum..''
fjintlon.-roND'S EXTRACT l mM only in
bottloD with tlio iiiiinn Mown in tho kIiim.
t-Itiiiuiiiifi ti) u ho othur Article, with our
(llrtwtlon., luKlKt on lmvlni IOND'a EXTUACT.
Uofimu nil Imitation. kudnuliatltutoH.
i1oh, 5(o., 61 .OO, 81.75
t Hll ruaiwrl.Mn DruirKl.t.. I
Proparod byf OND'S EXTRACT CO.,
1 Wrnit Vuurtwiiitb Binwi, Now Ywk.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
Tlioro exists a menus of so
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
poor It may naturally bo.
Hasan's Magnolia Halm Is n
delicate and harmless nrti
cle, which instantly rnnoTCS
Freckles, .Tan, Kedncss,
Kouffhncss, Kruntions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural are its
effects that its use Is not
suspected by anybody,
No lady has the right to
present a dlsllgured face in
society when tho Magnolia
Balm Is sold by till druggists
for 7o cents.
' fofa-Jr op
THE rnOMOTKH AM) I'KIFK(,'TOU OP AS
HIMILATION. THE ItEKOKM KK AND VITALIZER OF
TDK I'RODrCKIt AND INVIOOKATQK OK
NEKVE AND Ml'SCl-K.
TDK nUILDKIi AND Bl'I'l'OHTKK OP
Incommoded of inRrudlmitii Identical with tlia.o
which conntituto Ilunltliv lllond, .VimcltMind Norve,
and lirnln HuIihIiiiicc, wnlUt Llfu Itnulf 1. directly
dupi'iidunt upon .onto of them.
Ily lnca'iinK Nervnusiiud MuHculilr Vigor, It will
cure Djr.pvniilo, fcublo or intorrnptud action of tho
Heart mid 1'itlpitution, Wenkut-HH of Intellect
cnuHcd by urief worry, overt Kxed or Irregular hahltu
bronchi I ix, Coti-Htiuii of the Luime.
Itcuri'.AHthma, Nuurnlnla, Whoopinc Coimh,
NervotiHnni, and in a niopt wonderful adjunct to
other ri'inedk'i lu HUHtalninu lirednrluL'tlie procisn
l'ho expendlttiro of hrain power too early or tjo
severely In children often rt'KulU in pliyjical de
bility : the line of Kellows llypophoxplilleii cxcrt
a plngulnrly happy effect In cuch canea.
Do not be deceived by remedies bearing a similar
name; no other preparation in a utibmliuto for thin
under any clrciuuBtaneen.
FOK SALE KY ALL DKl'GOIST.
THE GREAT CURE
it It 1. for all diMoaet of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It oloantM tba iy.tem of the aorld poUon
Uut oauMi tbe dreadful luttbnng whloh
only tha riotlm. of Rheum. tiara oaa rsalla.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the wont form, of Mil terrible dlaaaa.
have been quickly relieved, In a short time
kuhadweailerrulwiea,and an lmmanM
ale In every partof the Country. In hun
dred, ofoajio.it haeouredwbere.il elM had
failed. IM. mild, but effloient, EltTAIM
l.N 118 ACTION, butharmleaeinalloaaea.
tflt clean. ea, Htreiif then, and give. New
Life to all the Important organ, of tbe body.
Tbe natural action of the Kidney. 1 restored.
The Liver le oleanaedofalldlMaaa.and the
Bowels move freely and healthfully. In this
way tbe worst diseases are eradicated from
As it has bean proved by thousands that
ia the moat effeotual remedy for cleansing the
system of all morbid seoretions. 1 1 should be
used in every household a. a
jUway. cures UIUOD8NKHH, (ONBTTPA
TION, PILES and all 1' EM ALE Iuaeaeee.
I.putuplnltry Vcgrtablr Farm, In tin rani,
one juu'lcaire of which make. AquartH medicine.
Alaoln Liquid Form, very Concentrated for
tbe conveuienee nf thoae wtiocannnt rfiuiilr pre
pare It If ncr.irifnftitiril rpeimc)ntlhtrform.
get rroKYont DittJOdisT. riuce.ti.oo
1VKI.I.S, KICIIAKDSON A Co.. I'rop'i.
(Will send the dry wwt-naliU III RI.IXIiTor TT.
Wi WILL BEND FHEB
DR. JOY'S ELECTRIC DEVICES
for Examination and Trial before Purchasing,
infferlns from Norvou WcukiiraMca, Gen
eral Dehlllty, Lous of Norvo Force or Vhnr,nr
any UiHcaBe pnulllnir from Aiit'tRs and Otiieii
i:atrsKR, or to any one. mulcted with Itheu
mntlam, Netirl(.'lii, 1'nriilycU!, Spinal Diitlcultli'.,
Klducy or Liver TrotibleH, Lamu lluck. and other
DlKeaHcn nf tho vital Organx. AIho women troubled
with DIkosim'ii pccnllur to their kcx.
Speedy roller and complete, restoration to liculth
guaranteed. Tlicaei aro thfionlv Electric
Ilevlcp or Appliance that fiave ever
been conatriicird upon aclentltlc prln
clplco. Tholr tborotiL'li cftlclcncy has been prac
tically proven with tho moat wonderful
aurrcaa, and thoy bavo tho lilulicat en
dornoiiioiita from the moat eminent
medical and Mclcntlflo men ot Am
erica, rtend at onco for hook giving all lu
matlon froo. Addre.H tho mninifin turers,
WAGNER 5c CO..
vor. Michigan Ave. Jucknon. St., Chicago. Ill,
TAUlt.VNT'S SELTZER APERIENT
Mavproperlvbo called the "Hurrtiles" of muill
clriu, for ltel.iuiiKes Naluru's biikchii atablea, and
allows the recuperative power nf lhHytem to do
thnworkof rnaloratlon to health. No medicine
cure! Muliiri'Blomi cure. i,l Aperient opens
the proper avenue, tho function arc tiurmlttud to
ruHUiuti their work, and the patient nets well.
HOLD 11Y ALL DltldoiBTS.
YOllll iMPIl J'"""1 Telecraphyl Karn KI
. n . ,u "ii'ntn. ur
fnnrnnieen piiyinu onicc
Ims., Jsnesvlllo, wl.
I'll HHtll 1 Pi "'IverllKer. KlO pge, 21
X Ulllimitl u, p. KowKLL A Co., N. 1
Jf. y Olitfltsenl free to thon who wl
I k K1"'" nmnt pleasant anil
a !,.u"'.l.l"r" .k",,w"- . Kverythlti
m Capital not remilred. e wil,
K. everything. liia day anil upwai
Oiitflteiilfruutothon who wish to eu
n if new.
t'swllv inasln wltlioiit .i,.i,.,. r.,,m
homo ovsr nlKlit, No rlk whatever. Wsiiy new
workrs wanted at onco. Mm,y aro mnkln fort
utius k tho hiilnes. Lailln make as much as
men, and rounit boysimd Klrltnsu(troatpay. No
oue who Is wlllliitt to work fall to mako morn
money every day tliutirnn ho made In a week at any
overemployment. Iho.u who eny,Hii at onco
will And a short ruml to fnrttine. Addruss II,
ALLUTT A CO., l'urtlatid Maine.
vl IMPROVED JrVj) S
l Belts, Band!, etc
0. A, JOY, C.M..MU ySj,,; t )
1 d the Univewty o Mjkj j
Michign. lfyJl'l I
if I ofNorvouiandVa
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
Improvements anl Conveniences found ia
For Sal in Every City and Town
in the United States.
ana by A. IIALLKY, Cairo. III.
CLAIM YOUR MONEY.
A General Office of tbe Life 1'oMcy Holders' Col
lecti n Amplify ol llie C ' niti-il Mutes, tor tho Htati
of Illinois. WiM cincm, Minnesota and Iowa ba
beeu established In tlio city of Chicago. There I
a Cash value In all Life Instuancel'olli les, whether
lapsed or In furce. ror further Information re
spertinifthe same, apply t Local Aiient, If thero
Is one Iu your pUce. ntherwlsa by letter to
CIIAKLfcSU. QI. IVKY CO., (ieneral Agents
'U I'orliand llloek. Chleaso, Illinois.
N. It. To Insure attention lo Your letter inclose
ri cent in I'ostace and wc will q ve It our time and
ai Uiit Ion.
I'arties desirous ol iibtaiulni; Loral Agencies
piensa sniircss ns at once ami isciisr iiukeii
I Ml Bl.'l
!A rsln.hlo Slscovory sad Nw lxsirture In Mod
em hviraos, an fntlntlr Nnwaad pMtlTlrsirartiT
tmwly Inr tlmpfljr and pxrniaDnntCuraof Beml
iol EitUBiiia tuid I moot cut y l,y th onl trua
way. vlst: Direct Applictition tolhii prlnrlual H
nt thB Iiiam,a:tiu4 by Absorption, sail eiwrtluic
, ltsM'liieintlut.ncon tbptleiiiinal VeHlcle.. Eiiic
ulutory Jjui U, I'roBtnU) Olaml. and UroUiro. TImj
av.of the lUruwIir UalU.nilml with no pala or Ineon
(cleni'M, and do. not lut.irf.- will, tho ordinary
lnirull of liliu It la uult'Uy dliwolwid and skid .
korliod, pr.Mlut inu an iiiimmlliiteMsiihtDK.ail restor
ative uim tlm awnul and norvou. onrulu.
tlomiirnwlusl I ruin tolf-aliuimand iuw..a, uijplo
th drain i Irnio tlm systntu, n-storinK the mind lo
health nd iwund memory, rniolni the Ziimneaa
of BiKht, Hurvous Debility, Confuolon of Ideas,
Aversion to Boi lety. eto.,eu;., and th.snknc
of proumturo old un usimliy arconiiyin j inn this
trouliln, sod rnsuirlni P"rlwt BexuiU ViKor. whfra
It lis Ihm,u durmaut for (nam. 'Jhl. mIof trat
ment has stood tliu twt la i-rf snvsm csmm, sad Is
DowaprorniiiBOHd urona, Dru(fartsiniuch inv
serllsid In thnw tmulil.si, anil.ssiuanir can hwar IU
pwU),wltb but lltllelf ssy srmanaisnM. Thsrfl
1. do Noaiwaiw slsiut tills Vn inrutina. l'rartlcal ob
srystiiinfnallnsii. to iswltlviily KuarHnlne that It
will ainiauliHfiictlon. lurlnir tlm niKht rn.ni that
It bu lwo In suni'riil nan.sn have thouaanda of tnsll-
finni.laastnilsvaluH.and it Is now omcnlMl lr tha
Judical I'rolHisinn to lu. I ba nvwl rational imyins yt
dlscovHred of r. hlni 2nd ennos this vwry pnv.lnt
tnmliln, tbatU amll kuown tobuthucanmof untolil
mlnnry to so many, aud upon whom quueks prsy wll ri
their uhmIkm tiontrums aud blir feoa. l b. ibunodw
Is nut up In nmt bonis, of throslii. No. l.lnnoiwd
toltarnnntb,iaJ! No. ii, isuilliisnttocWiK-iapor-mannnt
cunt, unless in sovtira caiaw,) Kb; No. 3,
llutlnir over Ihroo moot lis, will n..p emlsslnm ami
restore vinr lo tlia worst cm..,) ft. S.nt hy mall,
sltd,ln plain Vfrappors. 'ull DIRECHONU for
Uslnif wjfi ncroraimny EACH HOX.
Hi ml for Henh-,1 Iti-m-rlpHr Pamptv
a riajririnaSHMroMiimi I iiUMtruiioum
ana f 'rstiinaiiy. trht. lt trill concOi
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'CL CHEMISTS.
Market and 8th Sts. ST. LOUI3. MO.
Cl 7 St. (InirlcH Strt'ef, St. Louis, JIo.
A Murclrtfnidiint.iof two Mndiml Cillnwa, hna Iswn
lonunr liK'iiUtd thun nny oilierl'lorklun In SI lniia.n.
city pHimm aliow.iimt nil old mxilcntHknow. 8yhilis,
CKmorrhosa.Olwt.Btrict 'lie, Orchitis. Ruptiire.ali
Urinary Byphll'.tlo or Mireurinl Aflectioua of
Xhront, 8kln or Bones rnird Nniwly, l'livntcly.
Bpermutorrhea.BexuiU Debility nnd ImpoUmey
as tbsrnsultnf K.'lf-Almw, si'iuiil encssoa In mulurur
7Br,orovr lirnlnwork. roduciiiunHrvounHSB,wnilD
al emissions, dnhUltjr, dlmnnssof aliilit.delniilve nism
ory, I'hyslcul dseny, avsrnlon tt (H'lity cnnfuslnu of
Idsns, loss of snimd power, nlirht lowiH.lnindrinKmnr
rlaKeimproper.nra JsirmanHntlyriitad. Oinsulliitlon
ntofncu or bjr mad in and Invltud. Famtiblst ons
stamp. Modlrlnna snt by mull oreinsa. Cure
fntnrnntMd. Whsr doubt exists It Is frunkly stnlwl,
sa as A asaaassaia as mm ( o o r
IVlAKKIALit f pages
F I N I
P L AT PS.
Th wtotfiHUiry, well lold.nn it Ib true tohl, nu lht
fntlrmlna aiilijiH't! Who muy marry, ho not, why.
Munhmifl, Wnnmnhnntl, l'hyhkul t-ny. WtinnhntiUl
niifrrritinwllliiftnd buiiptnttwi iiiMyllnoroiwi)plTtcla)
of llbtiry nn'1 nxcmi( and ninny morn. 'I himn nmrrifd
nr confmi)ntlna uiHrriiiKn Hhnuifl rttud itthfn kMiun
dr iiH-k nnd kny. 25 CtBj ny iimtl in tmny or po
tw. Entyltnh iHormnn - Frcnrhr'iH nnd npnkon.
WmiknoHis, Isfmt Mauhnod, NHrvbtiiiHM(
OoriftiHliin nf IdMiin. AvHmtnn to Hmdntf -
Imilivu Mt'mnry nnd lXaortlitni tiroui'hton by HHf.
AhuMi. AnydriiifdHthimthoinurfHliHiitii. Ht, JUuia
CiirntimlnHt'n.ClltHt.f'hHrlffi.Kt. Isontw, Mn.
70S Chesnut St, 8t. Louis, Mp. nt old nfflcs,
ooutlnuim lo mini 8)eriiitttorrb(iia, Bemlnnl Weak
nsss, InipoUmcy.iill forms nf Hypbllw,Qonorrbain,
Oleot, Urinary or Bladder diseases. Itiu'snt osshs
oursit In a few dis. All tlm dlsimsos rmultlnu from
Solf iihusu, nirmMisnrposurH cured for life with sale
msdii'lns, Ailviea fnsi. fjluirues low, (lull or wrlla
In strli'tonnlldnnes. BvTOTitom Hoolforlwn."nlt,
Trant all Chronlo Disease, and nJ"r".?f
al imputation throiiMb tha eurlimol ooinplu'Sjwo ossiis,
JJSklnTnfths bbssl, skin or hmiRS, J! 111!!?
YOyNOMEN J,"" that unUU It. vlo-
....TTni.h..u . urafarrad. wliltn . "- "
blast n.llul I.M M, .nT Wir." w" -tt"--. j
' - T. . . tw.llr.llua.
i. . r.i I ... .... H, rw, ', Triri rVNrtllS4
tun moor skcNIfivil rnr thru ran A
rrtrrl tojii rrrt tHiixlio.Hl.ilntl hi.
1 fed fur Ihr ilttltv nf 1,r, kuhhi u il
Hcver ujfeetnl. tmUlOXH'bu
?.W.!r.a,fiThMalTisl l tMni
IsfNartk Uth Bt "t Lvala, Ha.
NKW ADVKhTIHKMENTS. ,
THE KILD P0 WEE
Humphreys-' HomeopatLio BpHciflcg
Proved from ample e iierlcnet. an eullr
ueeess. hlinplt', I'ronipl, K.llli li iil, and
Hellnlile, they lira tliu only luedleluus
adapli-d to popular tisti.
LIST l'IUNi:irAi. so..
IHCII'AI. m'S i I'lir rHICSL
i. l-'evera. Conetlon, lunammntlona, .
Worms, Worm fever Worm ( olio, .2S
H. Crvlim Celle.or IcolhliiKof Infants,
4. Ilinrrlii-a of ( lilldri'ii or Adiiila . . .2:,
i. Ikyseiitxrv, rlpliiK, lilliou. Colic, .
1 ( fiolera .Morbus. VomltliiK, .
I. S IIIIUIIH. OH,, I'llllH Illll", - " .CI
(. euralula, 'Innlhiiebe, Kiueaehi, .
. IIcsiIhcIii s, Hick lliiidiu'bes, Vertigo, !rt
III. Ivsiyp.l, Hiliolis btolnscll &
iyfntprrassnslsiHtul t'rrlods, X
i.if proinsn I rriiMin,
III f. 1 ,1.4, .!. ljH..il.lni. . ('.
11 Sinll It ben in. Krvslsliis, Kriiptlous, :a
... .,-UI,,HS. JVIIIfllllllll IO I UOI " .Al
n iu!T ? Aaue, I bill. Kever, Ague., ai
.. !("' "."""'tui llU'HIHIK,
I. nlarrh, acuta orchrnnle: InlluenrA, Ml
JO. W liooplns I oiiuli, vloli nt I oiikIis, .
H. I.eneral llrblllly, J'Iijh'I enkiii ss. .So
V. hliluey lli.nnsn Ul
ti. ,erou. Ileblllty, rpernmtorrhea, l.ui
a Disease ot lite llmrl, lt tit Inn, l,n,
nrsliiKlu Inl. frt'eof cliariii., on ri'elpt of
pries. Hrnl for I sr. Iliimpbreys' lltMik on
IM.ra.e, Ac., (144 ismea), also Illustrated
1,1.1..... It L.uuJ If..... .1.1-
Ijled. Co.. 1UU i-uilou Ht.. Auw lurk.
IIUMrilHY'S HOMEOrATIIIC MEDI.
CINES, sold l.y I5AI.CLAY BKOS.
Sr. S. Silsbso's ErtomalPiloEcacdy
Girei I uttant ndle f and la so infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold by Dminrtstsevcrvwhero. 1'rlre, f!.nnri r hot
prsiwriibv until. Kampl' s a.'nt frrt to I'liyslrlans
tnd lllsnffi-rr rs.hr P"ustsrt-r A i n, (uxtM
a'urkCUy. bulutuauuiiwiurersof "JiuUmi.
Is perfp'ttv p-iif. Prononnrf.) ihs Usi hv tbe hiuh.
l inedi"l n'Ulmriln in Ihrwi.ilJ lin. a huh. .1
.want at 14 Worl.f . Kxrf-iii'",, nw .1 I'irt.
bold ej i uAiuia. W H CIUtm..lN i CO . H T
MOLLEU'S COD I.IVKH OlI sr,Ul l.y
Is'urs Hf'tci Ret'nrs.C
VR. KLINE S GREAT
''trail llntsj St brut lnaisr. (... iu
'rur. fur ttA h'tnliit; nmt r Artr.luni.
l4I Li.Llf tatsnaa dmK-iwI. A' fitiafi.f
firttilav'tuu. Tn-atliKi sti'l 12 trial Islttern-.la
Vilpati. nt,lhev paylnret.n'St,TV. t"ri nsns
P. O. and riprr.s aMrns In Int. KI.IMt.vl
AtxUL 1'bl iii .Ipbla, 1 'a. Hue Urt ru.ifui aruwuii.
Vlthoot medrdnra. ALI.A51I BOMTII.K MFfl.
( A T EL) iMjlolKa. i'auoud OcUiLcr 10, 1.- .4
o. 1 wlllrnr any eass In foor dar. or b ss.
No. a will cure ttie Hi.su oosuuata can.:, uo mstb-r
W how loOaTsundinit.
No nauacuui il hici of eube'x, rnpaiba or nil of
fenditlwood, Hist aro ertain to produr-e ilysprpn.
TJ d'lrojrln Ilia roaiint-a of tha .toniarh. No
yrlnKtssor.strini'eiii injoctloi.s Ui irwuc otber
1'nee i iu. hui.u nr ALL lK! tKilrtT8, or
Dialled ri-eelpt of nrlre.
for fi her parti ulara send f.r elreolar.
P. II. n ,.i USi. J C.ALLAN II), Utfulm Sweat,
Wsofli-r VX) reward for atv ca i they will not
tlulck, safs and aurc curs.
ALLAN'S M KDH'A'I Kl l;oU;tS
Mil l.y AISCLAVl;llOS.
WUSTACHC ANO WHfSItRS.
. t- .:W '.i as .ii . t . . (W
rV 1 w4 . U- .
IraasaV Mf f.fl UH, W mm- l 1 , 1 t. h
li ar sshtMNtuiribi n .iuta.
C T' s '- 'S - als, it,-. V
I asasaaa, limt. if-mi mmm
3ItiaAHONH W1IV TIIK
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
Ali.lv. TIIIJ 1 5 EST.
BecatiM they are the LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
ANO STRONGEST known. Sold hy Opticians anil
Jowvlara. Made by STENCEU OITICAL CO., N.Y.
W W'TpMII-" luh'tllkWl .veiiiil! nsn
tviVii L IjI ' every rouiilrv tnwr, to lake
permanent lueal aienry for tbe sale of our teas.
rofleea. etc.tti arknees, tormistimers. This siren
ry reiii'ri'S no peililllni: and bul a tnodt rale amount
or so'ifittni;, i nn ii properly niannnn win jjsy
irom y s to ji.ts.i per eur. ruriu u.iirs iree.
I'Eol'I.ES TKA ( t)
r. ti, liox isrj
nrjii, M, Louis. Mo.
This wsll-known preparation I. highly reenrnmsndsa
for lyswpalia, Ilendavrhp, MrhntsM or tha
ailAiUM-h. and sll complaint arlimg Irom Aridity,
BllloaaotsHa, snd Malarial vrra. 11 cols
tli blood snd rirtilU'S tlm bowoh. It la a fsvorlia
tncilielna for chlldr.n. Prnparrd by A. lUXiKUd
ONr), Chemists, 261 bleacker hired, Vn York,
Bnpsrior to Hinerat Waters, Beldllts Powders, cta
rou Aiat by al iiui-iiciin-jn.
To Nervous SutVerers-Thfl (reat Ktiroju Hn Reir1.
fuv--Ir.J. I . Sliiipnou'gSpeeiilc lleilielne.
Dr. J . I). 8lnitinn's 5 nee 1 lie lledielne I a Host
tlve cure for Hnermalorrhea. Iinuoleiiev. Weakness
and nil diseases result Inn from rlelf-Abnso. a Ner
vous Di hlllty, Irritability. Menial Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude, Depression ol npintsanu iniirtioimi tie
raiiL'ements of the Nervous Hvstem L'enernllv i'aiiis
In Hack or side, l.os of Memory, rreinatiire i)tj
Av nnd diseases
that lead to Con
ty and an eariy
grave, or both.
No mutter how
system may ho'
nil, n...... r I - mi 1
rourso of this medicine will restore u u lost fane
Hon. snd procure health and hiiniilnes. where biv
fore was tlespoudency and gloom The Mpcrlilc
Medlcino Is being used with womlurful sue-
l'amtililels sent freo to all.
Write for them and
get full particulars,
Prlr.o. Hoecltlc. tM per parkiu'C. or
sifes for t&.tNi. Will bo sent hy mall on receipt of
money, Anuresa an orciers,
J. U. BINI'BUN n ninuiuiM'. Cl).,
Nos. 1U4 snd lot) Slain Ht..liunulu, N. Y.
j s Outfit lurnlshcd Iren, with full In
I Islrurtlmis lor coinltiittiiK the most
I I Iprolltuhlo business that any ono cim
I VoticB(oln. Thu business Is so easy
-- v to learn, and otir Instructions are so
s mnle and nlaln. iimi mm .,
mako urent prollls Irom tlio stnrt. No ono can fs.l
who Is willing to work, omen aro as successful
as men. Hoys and ulrls can earn lariru sums.
Many have niiule at, tlto hnsinosa ov..r mm I i.
dollars In a slnirlo week. Nothltiu like It ovor
nown before. All wbn Itnent.n srrt aiirost.fi nt tl...
easo and rapidity with which theyaru alilo to m iku
money. Yon can etiKagn In this business dtu no
rour spare tlmn it great prollt. Yondn not liavu to
Invest copllnl In It. Wo take all tho risk. Thoso
who need ready money, should wtlro lo us nt onro.
All furnished froo. Address TH UK A CO.,. t
LI ' tl t N?J
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