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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIO A V MORNING, JULY 15 U81.
THE DAILY BDLjiETIN.
r. A Horse with a f utnra.
A Poufrhkeepisie young man had been
Introiluced to a vounjr lady and had in
vited her out for a arire. Tbey were
gliding along one of our smooth roads
near urn city; when the fair one ob
served to the youth that he drove a
"Well, I think he ought to be a good
tin, I paid enough for hiiu, and he's
fjot a record down in the twenties. Oh,
ie' a flyer, and that's the only objec
tion I have he stays too long in the
nlr when he gets started. I wouldn't
take a farm for him, although I was re
cently ofTored an interest in a bank and
a corner lot for him," ,
13 be 611110?'
"Any child can drive him on the road,
but when on the track we have to hare
the linos worked on the block and tackle
system, so great is his speed and desire
to come tuultir the wire ahoad. lint
look at his shape. Don't ho show his
nredigrco in his very eye."
, "How old is he?"
"lie will bo tive on the fifteenth ol
next month, and I've never yet let one
cf his birthdays go by without celebrat
ing the event 1 tell you that boss has
got a future beforo him."
"Oh, yes," replied Julia, "if he only
ljxes long enough, that will bo the case
F have no doubt; for he has been our
family horso for elcveii years and we
would never have sold him to the Third
fctreet livery stablos if he hadn't con
tracted such a severe ciwu of bolts ami
glanders, which finally ran into the Jiflu
mid wo parted with lam.' "
The toiing man didn't ask Julia to
I'Mo with liiin again.
A friend told mo lust summer, with
the sad countenance befitting k good
housewife under such circumstances,
how tho cockroaches had stolen a
march on her and damaged the parlor
carpet. Her husband, who is in a liter
ary way, put a lot q! magazines and
like pets (some of the family are likely
to spell it pesU) on the carpet, against
the wall, within reach of bis favorite
seat. Like all persons o! this class, he
was about as bcusitive to having his
papers meddled with, as to baring a
linger stuck iu his eye. Cunning in
sects! what a secure retreat, what a
stronghold from bombardment of brush
and broom, they found the spot. When
itt length one line day their secret do
ings were brought to the light, those
feet of carpet presented the appearance
of having boon run forward and back
through tho hay cutter. It follows that
in tho eternal vigilance which must be
the houskeeper's watchword, the car
pets relaid after their spring shaking
rannot be exempt from dauger without
further protection. It is au excellent
plan, when a room has been cleaned, to
dust the edges below the base, and all
cracks and crevices, freely with insect
powder, or with best quality bl.tck pep
ler repeating the process along the
edge of the laid carpet, particularly
those portions where the less movable
pieces of furniture are to stand. Pep
per is the'tuobt perfect safeguard
against moths in packing away furs and
flannels that 1 have ever tried, ami I
have tried it summer after summer.
In making use, of it against their attacks
on the edges ot a carpet, a mixture of
salt has been recommended, the objec
tion to which is, that dainpnoss of tho
atmosphere is liable to melt the salt, .
and w hen dry the carpet will be stiff
ened, as if a glue-pot had been over
turned on it. My ninopence worth of
pepper "straight" bus invariably douc
more for me than the dollar's worth of
camphor and patent preparations for
some of my neighbors; yet people like
to go on in their own way, hit or miss
and this is a land of liberty. - U'alo't
man. WnY an object ot loathing and disgust
to yourself and society trorn catarrh, when
San ford 'g Radical Cure, externally and in
ternally administered, will cure every symp
tom of the disease. Every package is a
complete treatment. Only $1.
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Kuthven, Ont
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In one case
, with, which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. One
lady told me that half a bottle did her more
good than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicine she had previously taken. True
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
A Cotigb, Cold or Sore Throat
ahould be stopped. .Neglect frequently re
suits 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 tho 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 Bronchial Troches havo 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 staple
remedies of tho age. Bold at 25 cents a
As being a cevtain cure for the worst forms
of dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, im
purity of blood, torpid liver, disordered
kiudcys, etc., and as a medicine for eradi
cating every specie ot humor, from an or
dinary pimple to the worst ulcer, Burdock
Blood Hitters stand unrivaled. Price f 1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
Stop That Cough.
If you are sufTcrlnK with a cough, cold'
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or nny
uTcctioa ol the throat or lungs, uho l)r.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that U causing bo
liiuch excitcmeut by its wondrful curco,
curing thousands of hopeless case. Over
nno million bottles of Dr. Kinir's New Dm-
covcry havo been used within tho last year,
and have eiven perfect satisfaction in every
Instance. Wo can unhesitatingly say that
this is reallv the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
mrnminend it to all. Call and tret a trial
liottl free of cost, or a rejrular lizo for $1
For salo by (Jeoruo K. O'Jfara, Druggist,
Calro,III. , (3)
It was a Western home, plain and
small, the prairios stretching away from
it on all sides iu .grcon billows. ' Near
it was a little group f maples, their
tender foliage stirring softly in the
evening air. There were a tow stars
out, and low in the we-t a crescent
moon hung, looking for the nonce like
a broken ring, one golden half gone.
This thought came to Karah Vane as
she sat in the porch, with her face rest
ing against her baud.
"Everything is divided just so in this
world," she murmured to herself, ris
ing, the book which had been lying up
on her lap falling to the floor.
She stooped to pick it up, and as sho
did so cviglit the sound of a step in the
distance. Nearer it came, strong, even
and firm, keeping time to a tune mel
odiously whistlcdT For a moment the
wife stood, book in band, listening at
tentively; then, a look of disappoint
ment shadowing her eyes and mouth,
she went into the house, closing tho
door after her. But the step came for
ward just the same, and tho tune, as
clear and beautiful as the notes of a
thrush, filled the air with music.
It was a frauk, almost boyish face,
though bronzed and bearded, that camo
homeward that night; just such an one
as a mother would have delighted in
looking upon, becrtuso tho world bad
left no traces of evil upon it.
As ho stepped Into tho porch, still
whistling softly, a slip of folded paper
lying upon tho floor attracted liLs atten
tion, lie picked it up, and read his
wife's name, written in a well-knowu
band upon the back. Tho impulse was
strong upon him to crush it iu his hand,
but something restrained him; whatev
er the feeling was that flashed up iu hii
eyes for the moment, ho had, or scorn
ed to have, perfect control of it. He
tttood for a while with his straw hat in
his baud, and then went into the house
as quietly as though no lieice passion
bad been grappling hard at bis heart.
His w ife was silting by tbo table, and
with a simple "This must be yours,
Sarah," be laid the folded paper be
"Thank you," she ans-vered, without
raising her eyes, and Harry Vane pass
ed on, something very like a sob rising
in his throat.
The husband sat down to the evening
meal without a word. Somehow every
thing seoined terribly real to him that
night. Looking about tho pretty.tasto
fulroom, he saw it as he had never heeu
it before. It stood before him like a
living picture, with its home-made or
naments, showy curtains and neatly
laid table. Anr". the wife, too how fair
she was to him! How far above other
women, with her neat, housewifely
habits and ladylike ways! No matter
if she no longer loved liim if some
one else had taken a place in her heart,
of all women she stood to him tho fair
est and best. He was but a common
fellow, a 'ter all, with 'ittle taste for po
etry or books, while (ieorgc
His thoughts startled him with their
Intensity, and be sprang forward so
suddenly in his chair that Sarah looked
"What is it?" sho asked.
"I'm afraid I cannot make you hap
py," ho said, in a choked vo'kmj. "I I
what shall I do, Sarah?"
"You can do nothing," she answered,
in a low tone. "I am as happy as I
deserve to be."
He arose from the table and held out
his hand to her. She did not place
liois in it. She whs too honest to play
a double game, and she could not show
a Jove she did not feel. He read it all
iu her white face and startled eves'; and
turned t away without another w"ord.
The next moment he was out of doors,
walking rapidly toward a little incis
ure which lay a few yards from the
house. It seemed all tho jdace in tho
world for him then, and with a great
sob ho threw himself down upou the
grass, and laid his head upon bis baby's
jrrave. Never chad longed for the
Lsses and caresses of its mother as
Harry Vane longed for the touch of the
baby hands and lips at that moment.
Broken-heaitod and alone, a wanderer,
as it were, and O, so tcrrioly homeless!
He pressed the very gates of Heaven to
bring back his child. Above him tho
6tars looked down coldly; the wind
soughed through the maples and rushed
alonor the prairie grass, as if to tell him
bow barren lifo lay before him.
"If she does not love nie I have no
right to her My suffering is nothing;
her purity and truth is every thing,"
be thought. "Sho shall never look up
on my face again!"
He pressed his lips and eheeVs to the
dew-wet sod, smoothed it tenderly with
his hands, and then went from it forev
er. The light was shining brightly
from tho cottage windows, but . ho
turned from it resolutely and walked
with long, rapid strides forward into
It was ten miles to the nearest lake
town, hut he was accustomed to walk
ing, and the distance was nothinz to
him. Ho only prayed that ho might
lind a boat ready for sailing at the laud
ing; for now that he had resolved to
go, he could not brook an iustaut of
As ho walked on he took his hat from
bis head and lot the cool wind play over
bis forehead. It was hot and feverish
with pain. Once in a while a night
bird screamed above him, flying on
through space. Occasionally a dog
bowled in the distance, and tho crow
ing of the barnyard fowls smote his ear
with a Ic:iesomo sound.
As he neAred the town he noticed
black, low-lying cloud in the south,
and thought how frightened bis wife
would be if a storm should come while
she was alone. While he was looking
at it a carriage passed him, coming iu
from one of the prairie roads and roll
ing rapidly forward. For a moment ho
stood quite still, his heart throbbintr
painfully. He did not know what it
meant; but sensitive and keenly alive
to every impression that night, nothing
escaped him. He ran forward without
knowing why he did so, the rumbling
of tho cairiai'e leadimr him. It wmit
his own way, too, straight for the land
in. and, turning a corner, ho saw a
Bipuinlioat, lying at the water's udj;o.
He was in luck, after all, ho thought;
this was tho boat Hero, and almost
ready u Mart. Tl0 M was ringing
lustily, but tho plank was still out, and
a tew paling,,,., were making their
way across t. Ho hurried on Wd,
aid got buck low, u10 8im,luWli whnre
ho could see without bulng seoti. The
perspiration was standing in cold drops
upon his forehead and face, and ho
trembled so that he could hardly stand.
Ho had nlways been a plain, straight
forward fellow, little given to noting
the particular phases of bis own mind;
and now, with no evidonco of his sens
es to assure him that it was so, he could
not understand why he believed so (irm
ly that his wifo and George Way were
on board tho Hero with Iain.
Tho steamer glided . out into the
stream, and went sailing smoothly for
ward, its great lights making a shining
light on lie waters. The cloud which
had beeiiTying iu the south was rising,
and now covered half the sky, au occa
sional gleam of lightning darting from
it. The wind was rising, too, sweeping
across the dock in strong, steady gusts.
Leaning upon tho deck-railing, Harry
Vano watched tho rising tempest- lie
saw tho cloud had a reddish ti-je, and
that it still hung low. ' " .
Thcso thoughts wore flashing through
his mind when tho tompest came in its
full fury. Tho , boat wa3 caught up
from its course as a plaything is taken
in tho hand of a child, then dashed for
ward. No sound was heard, no shriek
nor cry, nothing but the mad roar of
the winds and the terrible crashing of
tho thunder. Like some goaded, mad
dened beast the Hero rocked, plunged
and leaped, its timbers crashing and
breaking, tho foam rising in great
sheets above aucl about it. Then, it
Bccmed hardly a moments timc-tha
wind lulled to a calm, and instead of
the hurricauo's roar was beard tho
screaming of children, the groaning of
strong men. '
"The steamer is sinking to the life
boats quick!" some one cried iu a loud
And then shrieks followed, and half
clad women and little children clinging
to their mother's breasts, their sweet
lips frozen with fear, men, helpless
with terror, rushed out of tho cabin
and state rooms to the side of tho sink
A few men, nerved with superhuman
energy, put out tho boafs and helped
the passengers into them. One man
stood, tall and strong above the rest, a
very Samson in strength, the bravest
among tho brave. Bruised and stunned
by the falling timbers, yet he had beeu
the first to rally the men to their duty,
and now ho stood, drenched to the
skin, lifting women and children into
They were all in at last, nnd he stood
alone. "Come!'' some one crixd,
reaching up a hand to him; "there is
no time to lose. There is room here."
"Are you sure that tho boat will not
Ho poko rapidly, and in a low tone,
but from the boat below some one gave
out a smothered cry. He had not time
to say more a strong hand pulled him
forward, ami the next moment ho was
in the heavily-laden life-boat.
"Let us make for the shore," one
"Move easy, if you value your lives,"
answered another. "The boat is filled
Beyond this was silence. Now and
then tho lightuiug flashed over them,
showing wliite faces, shivering forms,
and figures crouched and trembling
with fear. In the end of the boat, quite
near the bravo man who had fought so
gallant !v to save them, a woman Bat,
her hands clasped about the arm of a
man whose face seemed shrunkon with
terror. Whatever there had been of
beauty, in the regular effeminate fea
tures, it was gone -ow, leaving only
weak cowuiMiec. I he woman was
Sarah Vane, aud the poor, fear-jaded
creature beside uer, for whom she had
deserted her husband, was George
"We shall sink if we go on in this
way. Tue boat cannot carry this load,"
soino one said. "How many men can
"Swim? It woold
it," was tho answer-
bo death to try
go down togeth-
"Then we shall all
Sarah Vane turned to tho man beside
You can swim, George," she whis
pered in his ear.
"Hush! do you think 1 want to clier
Sho shrank away from him, a look of
supremo contempt sweeping over tier
face. Thi'i was her hero, her god,
then but the poo.est of clay iu the
time of need. She sprang to her foot.
She, a woman, would show him how to
die. Before sho tould speak, her hus
band's voice hounded, striking down
upon her heart fuH of its old music.
"I will try swim ining, gentlemen, ho
The wifu caught his hand iu hers.
"1 will go with you, Harry."
Ho tried to put her away, but she
clung to him with desperation.
"I am not a coward, whatever elso I
am," sho whispered. "For Heaven's
6akc, let nie redeem myself."
He wound his arms about her, and
held her passionately to his breast A
tla-h of lightning revealed them for a
second as they stood there clasped in
each other's embrace; then, without
word, they went over the boat's sb
All in the life-boat were saved nr.
they pcri. hed.
A Compliment to the Press.
A great compliment has been paid to
the press in jngiaiui. A cumulation
waited upon tho bishops lately and gave
a desponding account of tho religious
condition of the people. Thero is c
largo niiMiiut of positivo unbelief, par
ticularly among the educated classes.
About a fourth of tho population tho
lovycr middle-class nro lost to tbo
church, and another quarterthe artis
ans and laborers aro without belief.
Among other remedies suggested, the
bishops were asked to uso their influ
ence with editors "to get orthodox ar
tides inserted in the newspapers."
Hero is a distinct rccoiruiiiou of the
nower of tho press, coiuin-r from
somewhat unexpected quarter. IrAhis
coutitry it has long been understood
that the freshest aud fullest religious
Intelligence is to bo found in tho scctv
Tho report that Mrs. 1L O. Haskell,
formerly Miss Mary Bcobe, had left her
husband, . wholly ti.iliuo, the only
foundation for tho rumor being his
strong opposition to her equally strong
desire to return to the stago. Tho lady
has made nn ongngemcnt to sing in an
opera in ew lurk next September.
A Taleute.1 Lady'a Views. r
Mrs. C, F, Fleming, Slate Lecturer , of
Missouri, aud also an artist of ruru merit,
whose picture of Adelaide Neilson is pro
nounced, by the press to be tho most beau
tiful portrait in tho United States, in a re
cent letter said : "I have boon troubled
with kidney disease since my childhood,
and it finally culminated in chronic catarrh
of the bladder. It would bo impossible
tor nie to describo how much I have suf
fered, and I had abandoned all hope of
ever being cured. I was, however, recom
mended to try Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, and it has done me more good
than the combined skill of alt the physi
cians I have ever tried during my entire
life." Such testimony is beyond question,
and proves the vilua to all laities of the
remedy it advocates.
Wooed and Won iu A Day.
A very romautio affair took place at
the Vails of Niagara recently. . A lino
looking man known as Dr. Henry Dar
ling, of Atlanta, Oa., recently regis
tered at Bosili's Hotel, "and after re
maining a few days, (.pending" his
money freely, visited tho Table Buck
IIouso and museum, where lid was
equally free in his expenditure. Finally
his gaze rested upon one of Mr. Davis's
handsome female assistants, Miss Aim io
Murphy, formerly of St. Catharines.
Ho asked her if sho would liko to bo
married and lytvo him for a husband.
She said she would, and she did. ' This
was on Monday. On Tuesday tho pair
went across the river and were mar
ried, and aro now spending the honey
moon and lots of inoiify at the Falls.
iff. (Jatliurinex (Out.) Jount'il.
A Flunky and a Sovereign.
Mr. Lawrence Jcromo has just de
parted for New York after a somewhat
extended sojourn on this side of the
water. Everybody knows of the jolly
"Larry," and will therefore ho ablo to
appreciate the following anecdote of
au experience in London inimitably
told by himself. His niece, Leonard
Jeronio's daughter, is tho wifo of Lord
Raudolph Churchi 1, who also needs uo
introduction to American readers, aud
behold, therefore, our friend Larry at
the portals of their town house, accost
ing a stately footman:
Is Mr. Churchill at home?"
(The footman shivers.)
"Me hid is in Ireland."
"Humph! What's ho doing in Ire
land?" (The footman is silent wilh horror.)
"Is Mrs. Churchill in?"
(The footman quiver with indigna
tion.) "Mo Lady, sir, is not down stairs
"Not up! Humph! A pretty time of
day to bo in bod! Well, you "just tell
Mrs. Churchill "
(The footman pales and is about to
summon a-sisianco to ej'cl the audac
ious iulruder. when a silvery laugh
nnd a voice floats down from over tho
banisters. "I hear jou, L'nele Larry!
Come right in!")
The footman, bowing low, "Oh. sir,
nie Lud! pardon mc. If you plca-e,
me Lud, this way."-Ao(ot Cor.
The Immortal G. W
Tim Secretary ainiouncen a letter
from Michigan City, from a coIoph!
woman, asking the advice of the club as
to naming the bahy Goorgu Washington
"It am my solid opinyon," answered
tho President, "lat it am lime fur our
race to hang up on immortal names.
I Rpoct dar am about half a million
George Washingtons, Thomas Jeffer
son an' Henry Clays doin' whitewash
in' an' barberiu' in dis kentry; au' you
can't strike a h t 1 whar' do dinim-room
won't pan out at leat two Abe Liucolus
and one Gincral Scott. When I seo a
policeman troltin' Gincral Giant Jones
or Benjamin Franklin Cooper down to
de cooler fur stealin' hens or pickiu'
clothes off de line, it convinces me dat
his muddor got sick iti her anxiety to
hunt him up a name. If 1 had a lcetlo
black baby, an' didn't want to call him
Jim, or John, or M or Feto, I'd
name him N' lnkaii iezer an' done wid
it, an' de bigger name' ho had, do less
I'd 'sped of him."
iuoj; poyodxa (inumt o.i uotuuuut;)
JO sputiod pUll-IIOil p0.lpUUI JUOJ
Genevieve Ward is shocked beyond
all expression because men and women
aro compelled to sleep in the sanio
sloeping-car. It is dreadful. Wo havo
often worried over the same thing, and
been afraid to go to sleep, lest soino
woman should chloroform iii and kiss
us. in our dreams. No man is safe iu a
"Fouceo by tny political connections
into public life, my Bufferings were intensi
fied by the comments of those who saw my
face and bead covired with scrofulous
humor," said a gentleman recently cured
by Cuticuia Remedies.
The Klixlr of Life.
That purely vegetable compound, liin
dock Blood Bittkiis, may be justly termed
tno fclmrot bite. A plcasatit and effect
ive medicine; it imparts strength and vi
tality to the whole system. Trice f 1.00,
trial size, 10 rents.
A Liberal Oiler.
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Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
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General Bodily Pains,
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Auy pcr-ioo to he vrinnxlv ill without a iak
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Gltnter Tonic always rt".:ull;' lUi-w. Important or
tan, and urvcr fail to nuikii 1 ho Moot ru b and
pnre.anit to hUiiiiIii-h emy pirt til tlio pyetrtn.
It lin curi'il It iiiiircdn of il.-r. ini," Invaii'tn. Auk
your drtiutfirt almut tt.
l' .MlVf1 .1..U V. ...iH" .
KEI'OHT OK THE ( ONIilTI'lN
-or Til h
CITY NATION A L 1 JANK
OK C AW'.ll.
at Cairo, Iu the State ol IlllnoK Ht the clono or
Juno 80,11, l.'iill.
I.oun and dlnconiitu
$ S'.'J.sM Hi
1 I V 'J)
11. -w; rn
U. H. buudn to (voire cirnilu-
U.S. hnndu on liiind
Other tockf, liouds uud niort-
Dim from iiiiprovrd rifi-m-
''-utn snvin,' Ti
Diiu from other nntioniil Imiikx M
Duo from Mini! Imiiks nnd
bankt-m t0 15S.9 M
Id'ul CHtuti!, fiirnitiiri! uml ilx-
turoH ;il,4'iT 18
Clii-ck" and olhrr iieli in nm. . 2.t'lt Id
Hills of other liuiikw li.T.H DO
Krartloiinl panT turniicy,
nlrkvlRand neiuili! is'.' M
Ould $17JW3 0
hllver ",'itM (M-'iiMi no
I.PSnl Tender tiotin i,imi,iii liO.HIl 1!)
Ki'ilcmption fiiml with C. S.
Tn;asurur, is per ceru. ni cir
Diiu from U. S. Trvainrvr,
jollier hnn K per rent re
1, 1i8 00
Ciipltiil xlork paid in
9 iim,mi on
Nnilonul Imnk uolc uuihIiiuiI-
Dlvldenda unpaid :,IM) ou
Individual dcpoitlKniliJect to
check UK4.3HM .',
Demiind rerllllenlea ordepoBll, lll.ti'.itl W
Dim o oilier national lmiik. II
Dun lo MM 0 liiinka mid
bunker 14,lf5 S:-4iW,5t M
f Wil),5H5 W
Ktati; of IIIIiioIk, rottnly of Alesatuler. m. .
I.Tlina. W. Ilallldav, I'liMiier of the aliova imtiK'"
lmnk. ill) nileninly Kwear Unit thr hIiovh (.tnlemeut
1" true to the bust of my knowledge, mid belief.
Thop. V. Hallway, l ai-li"''-Knbdcrlbed
and yworn to belorii mo ihtnotn nay
ofJuly.lssi. M J . Ilow".r.
CuimaiT AlU'Ht :
It. II. OUNNINIIMAM, I
(I, . Wii.iumkon. VDireClorn.
11. 11. VAHIItB, I
THE MILD F0 WEB
Hamnhreys' Eomeopathio Spccifjcs
I'rovi'il (roin ample eirleiiea an entlrn
uceei. hiiHple, I'rompl. KIIIpIpiiI, and
iiuiii.i.. iiii.v ui-m lliu only iiu'dleiii.. I
adiiplrii tu iKipmar um.
LIFT I'KIM 111. " ivif r.n. w iiM;n.
I. Vrrt, Condition, Inflnnimatinnii, I
II uriiiK. Worm l-ev. r Worm ( (,lie, .v,
1 Itiarrlie o( i hihireu or Ailulin. .f.
K II t inier V, (rflpllIB, llllloui Colli', . ,t
6. Cbiilrra .lorliii". oiiilong,
7. Covwlif. 'OM, lu'onrlnui. ' ,'n
. Ilf aaaehra, Mek IIcxIm Ii''. Vurllno, f, I
". iivinri a. oiimiu oi.nim. .. -
.1- ? ''I'PrmarS of I'lilnliit IVrloda, rf-
IlilPi, too prnlllne I'erlodn, ,25
1 f 'rniip.llmiRlk Mrlleult Itreaililnt. ,T
II. Mall IOihiiiii, f.ry.lix Inn, Kriiiii0.ua, ..''
ir. iihHi...iM.iM. ia..... . w
! hr."'? 1 A '. t hill, tever, AKUH, ! I
i. I'llea. Illlllll or UltHillllK.
' J,","" " or ciiniiiM; iniMienJt,
it. llllOllllIK flllull, v. ,1,-ht I'iiiikIis, .5"
it. Jjl-lirrnl llrhlniy.l'liyi'l unklH-M. .Mi
fH!ney lilanmr. ;,i
j. ertoiM iirillltv.spnrnml.irrhea, l.m
H I riiiaryWrakneaa. VvtllnKilirKilai
ti lllui...Jlli.ll...i l.ui...7 ...
riir Njtle ov ilrioorlnlM or ...... i.w . i.. .
nralUKie Vlid. fru. of harnu, on rei'iilni nl
iimw. rmnu i.tr ir. nuiliuiirry.' Ilm.k on
lllaaai. Ar . DM im auU.. 1 1 1 ......... j
g( alaloiiiir, KHKE. , "
u Ail'ireni., iii.iiiui.rrTa lioiliroillllhlr
BiMeii. t o.. 1UI rultuu nt.. . lurk.
3)r.,S. Silsboo' s Estcraal Pilo Hcacdy
fliTe Initantrclicf andlnantnftlhlilo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Fold by Prniririt,rerywhere, Frlre, It.flOpf rhot
(.rviwi.lhyrn.nl. fiani.. ent In, to 1'syilrtsm
and illmiltrp rit, f jr 1' NVnH vffcr A o. Ilox tut,
row A'urkCU. bulvmauiUiu)turt;raot"ruiA.''
tt mt-tit'-O nuiti"ritin id in- f1J hiwi,
fcwwtl t l VVoilfi'" Fx i'm.', in-l tt l itii
bu.l oy UntMViim. W H KHiLFTELIIf ICO J '
II U - Nerve Restoreh
'"rail Itatia h a Pi.i, nd mt
' urt fr 'tJ. t'jiiruj and Strr AtbilumE-
IvUM UL If U.d i dlrr. lJ. K tiUaJi,r
nrttday tutr TriaUlw ail II tr'il tMittlctrwl
ritouiita,lhr jrtimi.rwi. Ivwl niu,
P. O. and riprrM a.Urm lo lia. K I IS H u t
AiiUil. I'L.liiUU. i'a, Vcc ortitdiuitiruMi
MBSTKHl A0 WatiltBJ.
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
ARK TIIK 1JK.ST.
Bcau they are Iht LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AKD STBONGEST known. &ld by Ot Uuiana and
JeweUra. Made by SI'ENCEB OPTICAL CO., K. Y.
VA"rFII'-AntI'ul!1;-" 111 .v""r' I"
1 every conntry touii, in take a
perinaufo! local aireLcy for lb tale of nnr l.-si-,
enliven, elf ., In p.K kaiTe-.tociiinunera. Tin agen
cy ri-juir.- no pi ddhiia arid but a modi: rate amount
of nu'lr Mini;, nnd if prnitrrlv managed t.iy
vom t' to ft ii per war. 'l'irtlrn:ar fre.
l,loLr TKA l' . I". (. tlox Mui, M. I.olliii, Jlo.
AS ACUMItl AKIItlT All I'r.lQUAIT.
Tin ell-knnwn .reparation i tiirhlr rrram0(lJ
lot l7apaia, llravdarhr, alrknna or thm
NtOMUM-h, and all crt iJuol, ,vnp(r. rn Arl3llT,
Bllioaiauvaa. and Malarial lTra. i
tiwklunl ai.d rrri!ai ln l.w, l. i lt a fii-:.i
oiHieina f rli.llrcn, TrrptriU t A. h'xitW
aW.N.t, tbf miM.i, l Blefk.r tiirit, Vow Turk.
Ivpeiiar to Mineral WaUra, BflJIiU PywHrr,eta
J m ienono tnatiwuhi and
liuiiiM i nu-ticA. tomla
-it ' , la)'.? n.l U ackuo leilired
ar i'-. I e - Mithf.rilr on Cirui t mtui
i 'unary ninii Ly Lit
(riwat vaeniral Omrtr
; i'f'i r"'nr: i-ti vt
Mwl.ir "; lr.olif
lurvt rwrrn or
liimnra. Yt purtiriiiax.
end for f r tr tiw .
rail on llt. RI.INK. VM
Artb bt J'bilaJtii.iuaJ'a.
THE I' I! O MOT Kit AM) I'KKFKCTOK Or AS
SIMM.ATION. THE HEKOKM Kit AND VITALIZES OF
THE Ill.OOI). m
TBE ritODfCEK AND INVIOOItATOK OK
THE Dt'II.DKK AND Sl'ITOItTEIt Ol"
iHtonipoHed oflnnredleiita Ideiillcal with lliau
which coutltutolleiiltby lllond, Musc'eaiid Nerv,
and llrnlii Hubalancfi.whlli't Life ilulf l directly
deyeuOuiit npoti "ttiiio of them.
lly (iie.rftlliKN(jrvuaindMtlBeumrlL'or, It will
ftiru Dyeiieiwio, foolilo or luterriiplfd action of tun
Heart Hiid l'nlldtation, U'caknuaa of Inlelloct
rained by priof worry, overtaxed or Irregular Imblti
Uionrhliif, tlnnttvftfou of tho Ltintta.
Ilr.un'i AkiIiiiiii, Ncur ili;lii, Wboouinc CottRh,
Nervotttni'M, and li moid wouderlul adjunct lo
other retnediea Iu ntatDli! IHediirlim tho prm'cas
l'ht) unpendltiini of brain power too enrly or t.to
pevt-rnly In fhlldn-n often rertilla In pbyMeal de
bility: tho nit f Fillowa HypopbiiHpbitei) exurt"
a Hinirularly hnppy effect In inch camia.
Dn not bo iluculvcd by remedlea tiearlitR fClfV.","
linnie; nn (jtliiirirparullou la a riibHtltuto nlrtlil"
under uny ctrctiniatniicea,
Foil HALK BY ALL DKl'UOlSX.
I THE MILD F0 WEB "
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