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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITEMS OF DITEREST. ;
Tli value of tho fresh mushrooms
sold daily iu ParU is $100.
Gold has been found on Janis Bod
fonl'a farm at HolUml, Vu
It is suggested la. New York to cre
mate iU dirt not by burning the town
down, but by erecting groat furnaces
In the nuburbu.
Jefferson Davis' old plantation is
now leased to his former slaves, who
nay a small rental and earn a scanty
living from it.
The Business Men's Moderation soci
ety of New York city has succeeded in
getting 100,000 to frtgn the pledge not
to treat, but to drink on the quiet if
they want to.
Fort Benton, Montana, built over
thirty-fivo years ago, is almost a com
plete wreck. The winds and storms of
nearly half a century have warped and
eaten into the adobes. ,
Tho Saratugian says that there will
be a greater number of New York
brokers in Saratoga this year than ever
boforc. Seven lirms uavo already
Paschal Haney, of Morehead, Ky.,
formerly a magistrate, who struck and
killed a man on election day, has simp
ly been found guilty of assault and bat
tery and fined $2.
Since January last, seventy-eight
ships with an aggregate of 118,000 tons,
have been launched in England, anil on
April 1 there were 800,000 tons in
course of construction.
The membors of the bar of Maryland
are taking steps to erect a monument
over the remains of the late Chief Jus
tice John Buchanan, of that state, who
died in November, 1844.
Public-spirited Bostonians (most Bos
tonians are public-spirited) are signing
protests against a proposed removal of
the old state house, an honored memo
rial of the revolutionary poriod.
The descendants of Tristram Collin
will gather at Nantucket on Aug. 16,
17, and 18, to do honor to tho two hun
dredth anniversary of the landing of the
chief of the clan on that island.
A Montreal man who was looked up
for the night for asking a policeman's
number was discharged in the morning,
but the magistrate cautioned him not to
be too inquisitive in the future.
Six sisters and a brother reside near
each other in eastern Massachusetts,
whose united ages are 646 years ami
2 months, and there has been no death
in their generation of their family for
A counterfeit $5 gold piece is in cir
culation in San Francisco, It bears the
date of 18C9, and has a good ring, but is
gold-plated on a white metal somewhat
harder than silver. When new it is
likely to deceive.
Capt Bogardus' feat of breaking five
hundred glass balls in twonty-iive min
utes and fifteen seconds has been ex
celled by John C. Haskell, of Lynn,
Mass., who broke the same number in
twenty-four minutes and two seconds.
It is urged against the theory that tho
white house is a very unhealthy place
that only two presidents (Harrison and
Taylor) out of nineteen who have lived
thereiu have died within its walls, and
neither of these deaths has ever bcon
attributed to local causes.
Mr. Job Terry, of Fall P.Ivor, Masn...
died in 1861. and left an estate of f 09,
632.50, which, by bis will, was not to
be divided until 1882. ' Now that it is
time for tho division, it foots up $204,
Tbe work of the Southern Pacific
railroad machine shops in Los Angeles
embraces all locomotive repairs pertain
ing to the Yuma, Los Angeles, Santa
- Monica, Wilmiugton, and Santa Ana
The London Economist estimates tho
average immigrant, in capital or capital-producing
force, at $1,000, an esti
mate which agrees with the opinions ol
political economists roni!i'nlly. Looked
at in this light the United States is bo
ing enriched at present to the amount
ol 34.000.000 to $5,000,000 daily.
Good Words from Druggists.
"Malt Biiters are the best 'bitters.'"
"They promote sleep and ally nervousness."
ucBt Liver ana Jiiuney medicine wo
"They knock tho Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no rivals in this town."
"Best thing for nursing mothers we have."
"we liko to recommend Malt Bitters.' '
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Brouchiaf Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among the few staplo
remodies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
Mro. Wallaco, Buffalo, N.Y. writes: "I
have used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous and bilious headaches, and have rcc
ommunded them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicino I have
used, and can recommend them to anyone
requiring a euro for biliousness." Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Lydia E. PisKiiAM'a Vegetable Com
pound doubtless ranks first as a curative
agent in all diseases of the procreatlvo, sys
tem, degeneration of the kidneys, irritation
of tho bladder, urinary calculi, &c, &c.
Bend to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Wes
tern Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
It Heads the Lint. ,
Of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or irre-
!:ul unties of the system, Burdock Blood
litters havo no equal. They never fail iu
affurding immodiato relief. Prico $1,00,
trial klze 10 cents. ,
BURIED ra THE FLAME.
BY COULTER KUXTOS.
"It Is very true, Kathleen," said Ed
gar Fitzgerald, with a quiet laugh, ai
out of his largo bluo eyes, in which
there slept the spirit of good-nature, he
shot rays of fun into tho dark, flashing
ones of his companion "it is very
true," he repeated, "I wasn't born with
a silver spoon in my mouth, as the say
ing is, notwithstanding I was blessed
from the moment I saw the bright sun
with a reasonable share of good luck.
When I came into this beautiful world,
Kathleen made all the more pleasant
hy your presence, mavourncon the
cats didn't mew, nor tho dogs bark a
sure sign, tho old lady said who attend
ed on my advent, that my days would
pass in peace, ai1 that tho love of my
heart 'd bo safo in that of tho girl who
was born to be my helpmeet a true
friend through all my lifo."
"Ah!" said tho beautiful Kathloon,
with a smile and a toss of her small,
splendidly-poised head, "and have you
found her yet, Mr. Fitzgerald?"
"By my faith, I have," said Edgar,
smilinr. "She's all that my dreams
ever painted mo in the form of a wo
man. I love her, Kathleen. Ah, if
you only knew how deep down in my
heart sno has buried herself!"
"Then no angel with hi trumpot
calling to judgmeut will ever resurrect
"I hope not, Kathleen, I hope not.
Why should the darling como out of
hor home into a cold world?"
"To get a little air and exercise."
! "Well answered, young lady. . But
I'm afraid, should the skittish, timid,
nervous creature ever get away, there'd
bo no catching her again."
"Then she's a prisouer, Mr. Fitzger
ald?" "She is, and again she is not, Kath
leen. You ought to know."
"I! How should I?"
"Misery! She wants me to answer
what's impossible for a man."
"But how can a woman go and bury
herself in a man's heart, and then bo
and not bo at liberty to do as sho
'Women are born logicians now,"
exclaimed Fitzgerald, with a quizzical
look. "I always thought when a pretty
nhelem loved a man, that she didu tcare
about rangiug the commons, and try
ing to worry poor devils for whom she
didn't care a ha'porth."
"And who do you love, and who do
you iiuagino loves you?"
Fitzgerald laughed, and stood up.
Ho was a splendid spocimcn of young
manhood, and the girl's eyes had a
warm, soft lire in them as she looked
"And you want me to answer jour
perplexing double question ?" he
"I shouldn't havo asked it if I didn't
think you mannerly enough to answer
me," sho returned.
"Then I'll answer you by repeating
one namo twico. It's Kathleen Kath
leen!" The girl turned away her head and
suppressed a sigh.
: She did indeed lovo Fitzgerald more
nrdent.lv. more devntedlv than lm suii-io-cd.
lint there was one whom she
loved as dearly, in another bciiso, hs her
young admirer. That one was her
father. Thoro had been a feud between
tho Fiizgornuls and the Fawcetts for
generations, and until now the wooing
by a son of the ono the daughter of the
other had never happened? Kathleen
iolt that i gi-oavfa gulf, uu iuipasittLilO
abyss, woo between them, which neith
er could crosa.
"Kathleen," abruptly spoke Fitzger
ald, "don't let us bandy words. You
know that I love you with all my heart
and soul; that I would lay down my
life if it would please you in any way.
You know that. Now, girl, why not
speak plaiu. Tell me you hate rue, if
yon dare love me, if you can."
"Edgar," she whispered, going to his
side, and placing one of hor littlo hands
on one of his shoulders, "you know thai
it cannot be. What if I did say that I
loved you? It would profit you noth
ing. Do you thiuk our love for each
other would wash out forever tho bitter
hatred foolish as it is that for ccntu
rips has divided our people? Love?
Wo who are born sworn enemies, love?
No, Kdgar. I will tell you I do love
you. No ono clso has my heart but
you. But what avails it? Get my
father's consent, and I will leap into
your arms. Ho would shoot you down
us ho would a mail dog if he thought
you cared for mo!"
"I know, I know, darling, all all
that. But I'll pray and hope. There's
something tells me, Kathleen that our
souls will yet bo united."
He stooped and kissed tho beautiful
"I'll wait and pray, too, Edgar," sho
replied, nd then went away in tho di
rection of her homo, thinking, dream
Edgar Fitzgerald passionately lovud
the dark-eyea Kathleen, but tho bitter
feud which had so long made the an
cestors of both generations uncomnro-
misinir enemies, placed them, as the
girl had thought and often said, so far
apart that there seemed no hone of
peaco being declared between the fami
lies. Thus the young man mused as ho
lay in his bod, tho windows of the room
in which It was looking out upon the
homestead of tho Faweclts a quartor
of a mile distant the old moss and ivy
covcred stone house in which Kathleen,
tho only daughter of the family, slept,
and mayhap in her dreams wandered
through grassy, flower-carpeted dulls
with tho man of all tho world sho cared
most for. t
And while Edgar rested on his ouudi
wido awake, pondering on tho crosses
of love, his chamber was suddenly il
luminated with a glaring, red light
Leaping from his cot, he ran to a win
dow. A single glanco informed him
that tho homestead of tho enemies of
his family was in flames.
"My (Jod!" he cried, as he tumbled
into his clothing and rushed out of tho
building;. "Kathleen is In peril. I will
save her, thongh I die for it."
With tho spued of the ahtolono ho
rau Hcioss tho intervening space", lie
was the Hint to arrive.
"Hu!" ho muttered, "those insane
feoplo will" think I havo applied tho
torch to their house. Fools! foolsl
A window opened in tho second story
and tho young Kathleen lookod out.
Sho recogulzod tho presence of hor
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
"Edgar," sho cried, in a low, quiet
voice, "do not fear for mo. The lire
is below. Go to tho window that looks
out on tho garden, and break through
it. It roaches to a large pantry. Open
the door opposite that window, and you
will thoro find my father. He is a
hoavy sleeper. Bomove him before the
smoke or the flames reach him. God
bless you, darling. . When you have
him clear from danger, call mo." -.
The building was old, and tho old tim
ber in it as dry as tinder. Before Ed
gar Fitzgerald could reach the window
indicated by the intrepid Kathleen, the
flames, with a loud roar, swept up the
lower corridor, and were licking at the
panels of the door behlud which Mr.
Fawcett was reposing, of course uncon
scious of danger.
Edgar leaped through the window.
On opening tho entrance opposite, ho
ran to the bod in which tlio old gonlle
niau was. Not slopping to awaken
liiiii, Edjrar raised him in his strong
arms, and retreated as ho had entered,
lie was not a moment too soon. As ho
retired long forks of flame had eaten
their way through the closed door on
the corridor, and were already dancing
with tho curtains that inclosed the old
Fitzgerald ran to the summor-house
in tho garden, and thore placed his
charge on a long bench. There he
siept as soundly as if ho had not been
removed from his comfortable mattress
"Now for Kathleen," muttered the
lover. "Perhaps she's In danger. My
God, I hear tho flames in the lower
hall! Ha! I seo they havo" run up the
stairs where Kathleen is!"
Tho thought and sight maddened
him. Ho rushed to the front of the old
building. There he found a number of
the Fawcett faction. These, on seeing
him, began to cry out that he must
have, in revenue, tired the house.
"Fools!" ho hoarsely shouted, "do
not stand thoro lowering at me. Help
mo to save the people within, and then
do with mo as you will. Kathleen !
There was no response tdliis cry.
"My God!" ho groaned, "she will
perish perhaps has already been dc
slroyed! Help! Help me, men!"
His quick eye caught a ladder lying
near tho barn. Ho ran to it, and drag'
ing it, he brought it to the front of the
house, and, by main strength, succeed
ed in raising it against the window from
which his idol had addressed him.
In a moment he had mounted the lad
der. On gaining the window, he leap
ed into tho room in which Kathleen
slept. When he had disappeared, one
or two of the Fawcott faction ran toward
the ladder, crying:
"Let's throw this down, and let the
villain perish in the flames of his own
But three or four of tho peasant wo
men, who had bcon atlractod by the
"burning," protested and drove too
scoundrels away from the front of the
"Kathleen J Kathleen !" ajrain cried
Fitzgerald, as he pushed his way
through a dcuso volumo of smoke that
camo up from below "Kathleen!
Kathleen! my darling!" he groaned;
"where aro you? Speak to me, my
She hoard him not.
Tho young lover pushed toward tho
centre of the chamber, ins teot stum'
bled over something, and he would havo
pitched forward if his breast had not
struck against a bedpost. He stooped,
and with a cry of joy, followed by one
of terror, he touched the prostrate, in
sensible form of. his Kathleen. He
raised her in his arms and staggered
toward the wludow.
"I have her I have her!" ho shout
ed. Regaining tho laddor with his
precious burden in his arms, he was
about to descend, when a shoot of
flame leaped from the window and
struck him fairly iu tho face.
"O, God! save me!" ho groaned.
Ho reached the ground. Kathleen
was uneoii-uiotH, but unhurt. The
women gathered around her, and ear
lier to a place of safety.
Ono or two of the more humane of
the men, who had wiluessed the heroic
conduct of Fitzgerald, now camo for
ward to assist him. These noticed that
his face was black and burned to a
"O, help, help me!" ho moaned.
"Will Bomo ono give a hand? 1 am
blind. Tho lire has melted my eyes out
of their sockets."
Again I ho men looked in his face
Yes, tho young giant, liko Sampson,
was harmless now. He was, as hosaid,
deprived of sight..
Tho poor .follow was taken to his
home. There a physician was summon
ed, who dressed his wounds. He ex
amined Iii-t eyes, mul shook his head
gravely. Edgar Fitzgerald, ho said,
would never seo God's light again. For
many weeks ho was confined to his
room, but his conslant companiou and
nutso mw Kathleen, who insisted, iu
order that sho might tho better atten
on her father's savior, they should be
married. Edgar demurred. He would
bo a conslant burden to her, ho plead
ed. "KatHocn, darling," ho whNpevod,
"do not sacrifice your young lifo. Iuit
content to know that I saved you from
a tcrriblo death. That will be my
solaeo through all my dark future"
"No, Edgar," sho said tirmly, but
gently; "yousaved tho lives of my
father and nivsolf, iUid they aro yours
henceforth. Father consents. Thofoud
is buried in tho ruins of tho lost homo.
Now lot us live and dio together. Ed
gar, it is not so long since you said you
would willingly lay down your lifo for
me. You'vo douo something more
worthy you havo lost light, and that
is the best of all lifo, for my sake."
They were married, and in all Moath
there was not a more loving or more
beautiful wife than Kathleen Fitzgerald,
who always insisted that her husband
was not blind for he could seo the
world always through her loving eyes.
Two couples recently walked liftoon
miles to Island Pond, Vt to get mar
ried, and after the ceremony started on
a thirly-llvo miles wedding toiirou foot
Tho model of tho statue of Mr. Glad
stone, which is to bo erected in East
London, has been completed , by Mr.
Bruce Joy, of Pulham. It is a littlo
over nine feet high, and represents tho
great statesman in the ftct of addressing
a vast ttsseuiblagu. . ,n
mmmmnmbnjQyf0iO T'r " 1 TTlHi
Spring In the Preterite, '
I am rloh, but I'm old : could I think ns t though
Of tnotiprltiir, lU.Hieil thing, could 1 drink n.
la life' e;irly Muy-tlmn, tbebunrptmlnirfiprliifr
Could I Joy with tho tlowoin, and with Ihu blrdi
Could the wnnou hut bring tack what tt oneo
me broi ih hi.
With omnia (hut I hcitrd thou when up tin
sprlnif aprons, ht;
AI) tho w.uld would 1 give fur tho gleo It onci
Obi to iuvo as I loved and to live at I lave I
I Me the farmer come bllihnly cnoiiirb
'l'u tlcklo Uio earth wltb the noao of his plough
Hu in liHle, be u Hearty, be U rudity althi'UKli .
lln yet fueU tho lingering Oiujc of a
That biKbt In the winter, when wbntsljoule
In bin Hhirt-eleeves mend fencei
fiercely it wiow!
Tbe noun are all clucking, and hltb
Tbe rvkei) buw thi-lr teeth at the spade and tbt
From the barn nil the wagons and curtnarcuov
And tho lli'ld ttt'lH the freshness for month! It't
not fueled. i
-W-:u) Furt JJ'or.
Snooks went liome : tho other night
very tired. Ho sat for some time with
his sleepy gaze riveted on Mrs. Snooks,
and then complacontly remarked:
'Well. I do declare if you two gals
don't look enough aliko to bo twins."
- Wall Street Gazette
Devout Young Jtobbers.
Greek brigandage is a regularly or
ganized business. A little capital for
the purchaso of arms is required. Pa
pers are drawn up, in which tho shares
of tho captain and the men are speci
fied. Sometimes routes are let by one
bajd to another for a percentage It
proving exceptionally good in one case,
the parties came very near bringing the
affair into court on a lawsuit. Death to
the captive is almost certain if the ran
som is not paid. A ransom which was
once on iti way from Constantinople
was stolon from tho messenger by an
other band, but the captive was killed
all he same. A farmer having two
children captured could send the money
only for one, and the boy was returned.
He begged a little delay, but the band
was on tho movo and could not wait.
Tho littlo girl was found afterward with
a stab in Tier heart and wild flowers in
her hand. These robbers never drink
wine, never neglect their religious du
ties, always cross themselves before eat
ing, and never omit the numerous fast
days tho Greek Church insists upon.
Some aro well read, ono leading scoun
drel always travels about with a small
A Boy in Command.
When General Ilonaparte first camo
among us wo were furious with the Di
rectorate for having sent a boy to com
mand us. (It should bo remembered
that at this time Napoleon was only
twontvsix vears of ascl He was "a
short, awkward-looking, thin youth
anu the army was seriously discontent
ed with having such a boy placed in tho
chief command, whilo generals like
Angereau and Massena wcro placed
under him; but they soon felt tho influ
ence of the young general's genius in
establishing order among them, and
after the battle of Montenotte, when
Napoleon, on the following morning,
visited the hospitals, and addressed
words of encouragement to every
wounded soldier, and saw himself that
his wounds were dressed, and his fail
ing strength revived by suitable nour
ishment, a kind of magic confidonco in
him came over tho spirit of the soldiers,
which the subsequent victories of Dego
and Mosseino, follow ing soon after that
of Montenolle, kiudleif into a spirit of
enthusiasm. Temple liar.
Honor to tha Brave.
Miotur Puuch, Sur, I wright to you
as I knows as ow you wont let the Brit
ish army go for to bo slighted! Not
you! Look ere stir. There wos a chap
as called imself a "Hpcsbiil" as came
over to tho Afghan wor. Is name wos
Archibald Forbes. And wot did e do?
Wy o savod a kupplo of chaps lyves by
byuding up there wounds under fyro!
Wot o that? E was a sivilyuu! Well
now 1 was never under tiro in my ole
lifo and yet J sports tho Afghan wor
meddlo kevite proper! But nm a
sodgor and e nrnt! ' Thai niaykes all
tho duQVance! And yet this chap
Archibald Forbes wornts the meddle
two! 1 never card such choke! And
after being mentioned in dispatches
two as if that wornt cnuff to sotuili
the likes of e! Hut in corso the sukka
tary of stait for Injy as refused ira !
Kevito proper ! Stooped covo, if e
woruted tho meddle wy didn'nt e waro
a red cote? If o ad e'd a ad tho wor
meddlo given im liko a burd! Wots
nioro for saving tho lives of them covos
c would av ad a Wicloria kiuss two !
Hut for a sivilyun to arsk for a meddle!
Woll 1 never its douoryglit stoopid !
I remano Mr. Punch, Sur, yore all'esh
nuth froinle (signed) Thomas Atkins
X his mark. P. S. I arm rcsponeibul
for the horthoggrull'y of tho covo who
nit this cos wy! I kaint wright or
spel misclf !
Tho British Rough,
The British rough is probably actu
ated less by a spirit of cruelty and in
justice than by a misguided sense of
humor. Sufl'ering, human and animal,
has for him, a comic side, and lie takes
his pleasure in kicking a woman or tor
turing a cat. An incident at a firo, ns
reported by a street loafer, aptly illus
trates the fooling which seems to ani
niato this class. "On tho roof," said
he, to a friend. "va an old man anion
the flames, 'Jump, you stoopid,1 1 sahC
and jump ho did and broko his blessed
neck. 1 nover laughed so much iu all
my lifo." The jest is a brutal one, but
unfortunately it indicates tho frame of
mind of tho scoundrels who perpetrate
Tough Year on Worms.
Old Undo Moso wont . into Levi
Sohaumburg'a store, on Austin avonuo,
to buy a silk handkerchief, but was al
most paralyzed on learning tho price.
Levi oxpltuucd that the high prico of
silk goods was caused by somo diacaso
among tho silk, worms.
'How much docs yor ask for dis yore
pleeo ob tapeP" askod tho old man.
"Ton cents," was the reply.
'Toa centA'! Jewhiliklua! 0 do tapo
las viz too I spose do causo ob dut am
bocase dar'i sutnfin do mutt a wid do
tapo wums. Dis soems to be gwine tor
be a mighty tough yeah ou wums, any-
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It bun cured hundreds of detpalnni; iriviid. Ak
your druKKinabunt it.
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LYON & HEALY
State, cor. of Monroe St., Chicago. '
WlUitnd mpU ta uy MOrai, Uuk
tor 1KK1. IIKI km VA EncrnTlnn f
ImUum.nU, hulu. Cut, hrlu, w(
'mm, KnauluU, ':. Umr", fcun.1,,'
ttvim K.inr, HUfT, ami IUU. Hiinl.a
fault (lUtflU, tOrtwirlliir Mftt'irial,: altn hi.
iwmi uu gi cuwluc Mad ajwic..
YOHIIMPII .LpB'! TelirraphyL Earn fW
L'tiaraiitiiwl pnyins offlcea. AddrcM Valentine
llroa., JancNvllle, Win.
A 1 VERT1SKKH nn.l for our Select UA i.f Urn
lNewfpupor8. O.P.Uowull & Co.,10 Spruce t NY
A Good Lifo Insurance Co.
ItlmueaaPollcywhlchlaadunulto contract lo
plain In lta lormn that anybody enn fully under
Maud It and bo favorable to policy boldera thut
everybody approve! it. The wisdom and nubility
of tho niauauemotitlii ahown by thuateady Increase
of iiirplua over llahllitlua, uk follows:
yurpliiH uiidnr Hnrplim under
) of .Mulno. lawn or New York.
,, 4 V . rencrvo. ixA W ct. rcaerve.
JJi8 ...,$im,47s 4ms,iion
H' m,m r$R,m
m Ui:i tiiii,ri-i Ji,
ARenta of experience who hva hceu ucciinil
ollcltora will be ollered Hpcclal aKd liberal Induce
motile to enter tlm nervicu of thli company. Ap
ply to v
A, O. POWI.KR, Snpt. Weatern Dopt.
113 USulle Street, ClllCAUU, ILL.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
Wo annd on trial for thirty day our Electro-Voltaic
Bella, UiiniU and Huapeiianriea, to yoam men
and otbora auD'erinit from wuaknoaaua, nervona de
bility, lout vitality, lot mauhood, and many other
dlieaau. Wesuarnutoo unoeily curea and com
plete rcitorallon of manhood. Addrota without
Mi, VOLTAIC JJK LT CV- Marsha)!, MlcU.
THE MILD POWER
Proved from ample ex purine n nllre
ucurn. hlmple, I'runipt, Kinclent.and
HellHhle, they are lliu only luiHlkluva
ailiiiil to populttr iiMt,
uht i'kiki'ii'ai. iioa. t'uiiM. naem'
1. Icr. hiiki'iioii. unammatliina, ,
a.t or inn. Worm l'Vver. Worm (lulie, Jtt
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10. Iiva,ciil. Illlloini btnmach, - - .
II. Huniirenapd or I'nliitiil IVrloda,
r Willie, too prorii rerionn,
13. Cri.nu Counh 1'tflltult Mr i-ul III til.
it. nun iiik-ui
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it. iirnvmi ll. bllli v. l'b) l eukiiMM. Ml
41. ninury huff, no
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hi. I rlnarvUeal, u.', WettuiRthe Ik-d.Mil
.ii iimrnni, 01 inn iiari, miiltntton, !.
For hhIi liv UrhufrlMLi..ori'iii. t.v ii.m t'nun.
omliiKle Vial, fr. a or ehurtiH, on r.-m'itit of
iirleii. Mnl for Itr. Kuilllilirrva' H iu.lt .in I
OUeaae, Ar., (M lui;i, ulr,o lllualraled I
A't'lreoa, Hiiiiiiihrrya' lloniponnlhlr I
Med. t o.. lUtt t'uliuu tJt.. .New lurk. I
Gimlni.tant relief andlaanlnfalllble
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold byDmcirlfVev-'rTrwhere. Price, 1 .W per box
errin lbynKiiU riampl.-a aent Jrrf tu 1'byalclan
tnd tllautr'rfra,by 1'. NnKta.'iricrA('o, Box Kit,
ear X'urkClly. bulucuiuuiiwturtrtof 'MnaKiM.
nOLLER'Sg COO-LIVER OIL
' perft-i-tlT pin--, rrouonni.l I he lt by lh bmh.
eil o.tli.::n A'illi..riti'ff in Iha 9l 1-1 (liven uiglit-!
aKanlal 14 W.l.' Ktt!ii"'i, in1 at Pina, iK
tiolJ aj tifiK.;l.u. W H tCUIZrrELIH 00 , T
IrKine Peiool Rei'ortjt
foraUlimktn tft Miava liuiaiaaK. (nilvurt
'cure far J-Mj. frrikiitu ami Atw Afftttwnt.
Ixruiiaii If taaoo a dlm-tMt. Ao Ftltaftrr
UrUday tutf. Tri t a'x! ti trial Douioireate
VitiatinU,lhr payma Mpreaaana. HcixlDaum.
V. . and l.r-a.i.rr. to Ha. KI.INiUv t
MUSTACHf m WKIUEIt.
U'a UHVt,i,iUwatl .il A -
fruaa 1 iM aj4
traaxtr tmi aaMal.
mi rwi f it
aa awl I to 1 a.
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
ABE THE BEST.
Because they aro the LIGHTEST, flANDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Bold by Opticlani anJ
Jewelen Made by BI'ENCEU OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
W W'TFTH -An Intelligent young n.an in
evury country town, to take
pcrnmnc tit local numcy for tbe ralu of oar tea,
coffeea, etc.lu packaKee, toconaumera. Tim aim
cy reijuln a no peddlintr and but a moderate amount
of aoileltlnp. and if properly managed will pay
Irom to $l.0 per veer. Partirnlare free.
I'Koi-Lta Tka CO. , P. O. Box M, St. Louia, Mo.
AI AOItUltl Anilta-I All IEWBUAIT.
Thu wl'.-known proparmtion it hchlt romDid
for Djkprpmia. IlraMlM-hn, Klrknoas of the
NtoBtarb.au J all com Mauita arum from ArlatltT,
Bllioaanna, and Mialitrial l-'errra. It cooli
Ilia blood and tabulate lb br.wctla. It la a roi:i
wMicioa for cbildrrn. PrufarH by A. RCM1KIW
ONH, Chemiitii, i-l Illeeckar rllreat, Kew Terk.
laperior to Mineral Water, Bcidlita Pewden, tte
FOfl lAJJC UY ALL BKltttlHT.
Prnf. Kllnr. br hit
a..'.iltli, fonatliii'Itta Ann
t tiutwuMi prax.-tit, ataudi
and la acknowledged
r-4 aiiehnty on Cancer and
t-j traorduiary curt a by Ina
a' arrat C'Aratirai Canter
Si Ami'hir, are recorded.
t A'o ltnlft, cnuntitt, Iom or
- xM(kW or fmrfnl trtatntnU
5 f inquired ir. nmovtnsr the
?JSlarvit of t'anmre or
', a Tumor. For particular,
.A. ml mi ItL KJ.INP Uil
4W Arch St. j't uadeli.luaJ'a.
THE PKQMOTKR AND I KRFECTOR
THE REFORM Kit AND V1TAL1ZKR OF
THE PROD I WE It AND INVIOORATOR Of
NERVE AND WrKCLit.
THE BUILUKK AND Sl'Pl'ORTKR OF
Iscompoeed of liiRredionti Identical wtiu ttiaao
which conmltute llo-ilthv Blood, J u-cle and Nerve,
and Urtiln Hubatuuce, whllat Life itaelf la directly
dopendant upon aomo of thmn.
By IncreaainK Nurveuaand Muacular V Icor, it will
cure Dypcpnlo, feetilo or intern pieu mjim
Heart and Palpitation, einnv oi iuiuii.k
cauaed by Rrlef worry, overtaxed or Irregular hahlta
It curea Aathma, Nctiralijla, Whoopma CottRh,
Nnrvouenea. and I a moat wonderful adjunct to
other remedies in enataloiDK llludiirlugthe procca
or Dlptherlii. ... ,
Tho oxpi;tidlturo of brain power too early or too
cverely In children ofti-n reatiltt In phyaical do
hiltty: the ttaa of Fellow Hypophoaphlte excrtH
k aiuRUlarly happy effect In tuck caaea.
Do not be deceived hy romedlen bearlnff a Rlmllat.
namo; no other preparation 1 a substitute forthla
uuder any clrcumttunco. - ' 1
l oll SALE UY ALL DRUOQIHT.
mill if- -a.
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