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J4I4 Ullwl raaobet of the Thames wt guided
Our boat content. terne,
Jf IimtI with hert c e r mtnf led, undivided,
That day naught cam Ulwcan -To
break the apell tout bound ui, a we glldwd
, Thro' dappled told and treeo, ,
You lanjrl Thnre w noother sound In nature,
ThrouKb all ita wwxia In June,
The arreat hat .tilled each voleeful woodlaud
cronturs i i ' '
' That golden afternoon.
Till your volno broke the calm: with love for
You aang a quaint old tmg.
you ceased. Ah, wan It's echo long a-dylnr,
That aad, awect, wslllnir noUir
Each over each, the lillos idly lying,
Kovked with our drifting boat.
While, with biishd breath we heard the death
' From a wild swan's white throat
Wo aaw no form, but from the greenwood'
' Up row the wild, clear em
rnhnnoauchtrengthlndeatb'a dark hour
wan lont her,
' To reach and pierce the kvj
Poi-chimeo the paradlae the longed to entei
Kolled open to her eye. .
Hushed breath, clasped banda, full heart
through Summer even
Onrlliibt tvat noiipht th'i fhore,
Aa CharW Wain, with all lt alar-polnti aeven,
Drove through the goldn floor.
Ah, love, we too bavo had our gllmpae of
Ajoyfonvermon. G. B. Stcaiit.
A I.ittral and Clrrnmataotlal Local Nar-
i Rogers was untn itakbly ill.
The choir waa to practice its Easter
times In the Botkelej chhpl. ant! a rosy-checked
young woman from rtijret
Sound needad an enoort. Of course he
would go. Every one said iu a breath :
"What a lovely evening!" Some lady
laughod at the idea of a shawl. In the
city, Rogers never ventured out after
dark without his overcoat; but in balmy
Berkeley and ouly for once.
The choir eat long over its lesson.
The roycheeked Puget Soundine was
a good listener, but then Rogers was
not much o! a talker, and conversation
flagged. Perhaps the music made
Rogers devotional, and the devoutness
drowsy. At any rate he dropped into
a doze, and awoke to hear himself say
ing, in a voice fully equal to the little
reed organ's loudest ' octaves,' now
bushed: "The climate of the Sound is
said to be delightful in summer; is it
Of course there had been a draught.
Devotion without draughts would be a
religious innovation unknown to the
modern chapol architect. So Rogers
went homo with a cold in his head, that
rapidly developed in his chest nu
alarming tightness, and a disagreeable
huskiuvss in his throat.
"What In tho deuce is the matter
with you, KogersP"
; "Cowd." -
"Cold! I should interjoct! Seen a
"Go and see Doctor Healwater; make
no mistake about it, and waste uo
That was the advice of Jenkyns.
Rogers valued Jenkyns's advice. He
disliked doctors on principle, but liked
Doctor Healwater because they were
both fishermen. So he went
"I don't like it all.'' said the Doc
tor. "Of coarse, I can't tell abontyour
JtiDgs till the local irritation disappears.
Go to Burnett's and get (Lis. Take it
four times a day in a little water Come
back in four days and Til test your
lungs." ' - '
lour days later Rogers walked out of
Dr. Healwator's office wearing the
longest face he had worn for years.
The doctor had assured him that his
lungs were seriously affected, and that
the climate of San Francisco wouldn't
do for him any longer.
"Go to Auburn, or into the foothills
at about that altitude, and stay there
till you're strong again. Take plenty
of out-door exercise, but don't exert
yourself violently, or attempt any hard
: work. Take plenty of nourishing food,
and drink half a pint of cream a day."
'Tve consumption, and am ordered
out of the city; must go into the coun
try, do no hard work, 1 and drink
cream." ' ' v
Rogers was talking to Zulano. who
f;laroa at him over his conceited-look-ng
eye-glasses.' " '
"I wish my doctor would older mo
into the cow counties," said he. "But
how are you going to live?"
"Ho didn't particularize anything
but cream "
"I mean how are you going to earn
enough to pay vour board?"
"Oh, hediduvt tell me that."
"Well, I dou't think there's any
thing the matter with you only a cold.
Go into the country for a week or so,
and then come back and go to work,
like a man of sense."
Rogors went out of that cynical pres
ence doenlv wounded. ' But he had oth
er friends. The sympathy of lovely
woman had never yet failed him. He
would go home and tell the family.
"1 was afraid of this," said "moth
er." She was not his real toother, but
one of the half a dozen married women
who potted, and spoilod, and made
much too much of him. "Yes, I
was afraid of this, You must begin
taking vitalized air' at once. Here is
the name of the preparation. Wakelee
will tell you all about it .You'll ve
mouibtir, won't you?"
That was on the Oakland boat. On
the train he met bis friend Oscar, Just
in from Portland, Oregon. "Well, you
are sick and no nonsense. Consump
tion? I'm not so sure of that; you're
in a bad way, though, and you must
have 'a lung pad.- Farnsworth tried
one, after he had pneumonia in Bodle,
and it brought him out all right.' You'll
buyone now. won'tyou, at once?"'
'Poor boyl I know Just how you foe!.
I wasgiveu up by the doctors myself
' once. But he is mistaken in laying
you must go Into the hills; I was cured
of Just such a state of health at yours
by upending three woeks at Vcrra Cm.
I used to sit and He in the hot sand,
' and feel the salt of the sea breeze at
first band. The heat of the aand.draws
tho congestion away from the lungs
into the feet, a nothing else can.
Promise me you'll try it"
It was Aunt Mary Dun-lap who spoke, '
There were several pereons in the
room, aod Rogers was quite a hero.
.' ' " 1 "a.
iney crowaeo. arouna ana tennorea
bim condolences and advice In a most
Charming manner.! J.;J
)M,,I'm sorry for you. Have you ever
tried cod liver oil and malt? Mrs. Do
Lacey was tpijto far gone in consump
tion when she heard of it, and now she
is about well."
"But the thing I have the most con
fidence in is sun baths and stilt. Eat
all the salt you can, and sit iu the sun
all you can. If you could have a room
with glass over it, where you could be ,
quite nude now
," "Port wine good port wine and
eggs, with plenty of chicken soup and
lots of exorcise, is what you neod."
"Did you ever try rubbing your chest
with croton oil, anil drinking lime-water
and milk? It cured my sister An
nie." It wa.s a long chapter, and Rogers
forgot the rest; . but then it Boomed
that if he remembered all it ought to
help him sonio., They were all very
kind to him for several days, and some
of his friuuds camo over tho bay to
cheer him up a bit. Among them camo
his friend Juck Ilibbard, Hnd this was
"You ought to get married nt once,
man. Do you riMiinmbui' Mollie
and .Too ? Well, they, worn both
thought to be couimimptivo liM'oro they
were married. Look nt them now t Is
there a healthier looking couplo in
Many letters camo, among them, one
from his owu mother and one from his
sweetheart. "I think you ought to try
my remedy, half a glass of milk mixed
with half a glass of syrup," wrote his
"Aunt Packard says, you must eat
roasted lemons and very rate sleaks,
twice a day" wrote his sweetheart.
Rogers purchasod just forty-four dol.
lars and ninety cents worth of med!
cines and remedies. His trip to Santa
Cruz cost him fifty dollars. His trip
into the Sierra foothills cost him near
ly twice as much. He had caught his
cold in February; it was June when he
walked into Zulano' a rooms on his re
turn. "1 have been waiting for you to come
back," said Zulano, "I want ytm to
come over and see Dr. Tliosphatp,"
The new physician made a long and
careful examination. ''Well, what
have you been doing for it?" hn asked.
Rogers enumerated tho various pan
accai aforementioned. !
. "Anything else?"
"Well, yes; Butlerfield charged me
to put iodine on my chest. I did so
every day for a month. And a cousin
of mine advised hot mustard baths
three times a woek. I have tried them
"That'll do. I don't wish to dispar
age Dr. Healwator's powers of diagno
sis, but I thiuk bis examination was
premature. As to the other remedies,
they are as useless to a man of perfect
ly sound lungs "
"Sound ns a bell, sir."
"I could have told you so," said Zu
lano, with a repressed but extremely
"Why in the douce didn't you theu?"
growled Rogers. Artjnnn ut.
A great local increase of solar action
is produced when large meteoric
masses fall upon the sun. Now if it
chanced that some large comet, srriv-
ing from outer space, should fall di
rectly upon the sun, it is most probable
that (as Newton once suggested) the
effect would bo a great, though tempo
rary, increase of( the sun's light and
heat. Some comets have comu near
enough to remind us of the possibility
of such a catastrophe. Newton's com
et (1680) passed at a distance of less
than a third of the sun's diameter from
his surface, and the comet of 1843 camo
evou nearer. A very slight change in
tho direction of either comet, when
still at a great distance from the sun,
would have led to the catastrophe New
ton feared. It may bo that iho catas
trophe would do little harm, or would
only affect the vomut itself. But for
my own part I cannot but think that
the inhabitants of this world have f;ir
more to fear from the fall of a comet
upon the sun than from tlm once
dreaded collision' of 1 a comet with our
earth. It is no unreasonable inference
that the great conflagration whicli
caused the star in the northern crown
to blaze out so remarkably was pro
duced by the downfall of a coinot or
flight of meteoric masses upon that
orb.' Iu this esse It Is itit o within the
bounds of possibility that our sun may
one day experience a Himilar foat. For
aught that is certainly known, the
nioio daily continuance of the sun's
light and heat may be duo to causes
which need oniy be excited t unusiul
activity to have the prophecy of St. Pe
ter fulfilled. The day of the Lord will
come as a thief in the night; in which
the heavons shall pass away with a
great noise; and tho elements shall
melt with fervent heat; and the works
that are therein shall he burned up.
J'rocto'$ "Kxpnnse of the Heavens."
Mrs. Miuszer of Philadelphia, ob
tained a divorce from her husband and
an order compelling him to pay $90 a
month for her support. Miiitzer- nuit
ted the city to avoid payiug. The
woman's lawyers . applied to J udge
Mitchell, of tho supremo court, for an
order of .sequestration, on which all
tho property of tho absentee could be
seized In contempt and held unlit he
oboyed the order of the court. It was
conceded that such a writ hail never
been issued Iu Pennsylvania, though it
was the practico In England. Tho mo
tion was granted.
A newly-wedded country girl said
her Dick and herself rode in one of
those new-fangled vehicles in Chica-
liood Words from Druggists.
"Malt Bitters sre the best 'bitters.' "
"They promoto sleep and ally nervous
ness." "Ikst Liver uud Kidney medicine we
"They knock tho 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters havo no rivals in this town."
"Bubt tiling for nursing mothers we havo."
"Wo liknjo recommend Malt Bitters."
Ladies who appreciate ejeganco and
purity aro using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the best article sold for restoring gray
hair to its original color and beauty.
' CAIRO . BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST
The four or five colonies of Catholla
Irishmen in Minnesota - now, number
nearly ten thousafulstnilies.
. i v -j i '
' Should fraw.it Mild.
Tho Philadelphia Timet says: "Da
aandocht van alio belang-hebbenden
wordt beleofd maar dringend govestlgd
op hot feit, daU Indion de' yqlgemlo
ernstige bcschuldlglngen tegeh iioog
geplaatsoste oponbare - ambtonaren.
The Timet Is no doubt correct, , but we
fail to see the necessity for getting into
such a passion over lu -New York
m t m
Kissing lair. '
If any had supposed it would turn out
the way it did, the Bchomo would not
havo been adopted, but the object was
a charitable one, and tho Committee
on Invitation were very careful to avoid
the presence of anv disagreeable or
unpopular person. Iho following price
list was finally adopted. For one go-as-you-nlease
Squeeze of one minute, and
ono kiss terms cash, in advance:
Girls under 16 25 cents
Girls from 16 to 20 AO cents
Ladies from 20 to 25 75 cents
Married ladies under 30 $1.00
Married ladies from 30 to 40 60 cents
Willows under 80 75 cents
Maidou ladies from 30 to 40 60 cents
Maiden ladies over 40 Two for a nickel
Tho gentleman were all gathered in
the dining-room ami tho ladies in the
parlor. In the library was a committee
of two a lady aud gentleman (the lat
ter mung time-keeper) and they called
in the gentlemen, ono by one. Each
was shown a schedule of prices and a
li.st of the ladies present, and when one
selected the lady he wanted to kiss, she
was called in, and the transaction oc
curred in the presence of the commit
tee. In cases where tho squeeze was
prolonged beyond the schedule time, or
an additional smack taken,, a fine of
double price was charged for every
minute in excess, and In several cases
the tines were heavy, but were paid
without a '.murmur. The whole affair
was confidential, and none but the
committee were to know who kissed
who. Rome (in.) Courier.
Human Endurance in th Water.
Men and animals sin able to sustain
thomsplves for long distances in tho
water, and would do so much ofieuer
were they not incapacitated, in regard,
of the former at least, by sheer terror,
as well as complete ignorance of their
real powers. Webb's wondorful endur
ance will never be forgotten. But there
are other instances only less remark
able. Some years sinoo, tho second
mate of a ship foil ovorboard while in
the act of fisting asail. It was blowing
fresh, tho time was nij,rht, ami tho place
sonio miles out in tho stormy Gorman
Ocean. Tho hardy follow, nevertheless,
mnnngod to gain tho English cuast.
Brock, with a doon other pilots, was
plying for fares by Yarmouth; and, as
the main-sheet was belayed, a sudden
puff of wind unset tho boat, when pres
ently all perished except Brock himself,
who, from 4 iu the afternoon of an
October evening to 1 tho next morning,
swam tbii tMin miles beforo he was able
to hail a vessel at nuchor in the ofling.
Animals themselves are capable of
swimming immense distances, although
unablo to rest by tho way. A dog
recently swam thirty miles in America
in order to rejoin his master. A mule
and a dog washed overboard during a
galo in the Bay of Biscay have ken
known to make their way to shore. A
dog swam ashore with a letter iu his
mouth at the Cape of Good Hope. Tho
crew of the ship to which tho dog be
longed all perished, which they need
not have dono had they only ventured
to tread water as the dog did. As a
certain ship was laboring noavily iu tho
trough of the sea, it was found needful,
in order to lighten the vessel, to throw
some troop-horses overboard, which
had been taken in at Corunna. The
poor tilings, my Informant, a staff
surgeon, told me, when thoy found
themselves abandoned, facod round aud
swum four miles aftor the .vessel.
Popular Science Monthly.
The Latest in Electric Lighting
Au interesting improvement has been
made, in electric lighting by substitut
ing elect rodes of iridium for the carbon
pencils hitherto used almost exclusive
ly hs polos in exhibiting tho voltaic arc.
Iridium is only fusiblo in tho arc from a
very powerful battuy, and by keeping
the intensity of the current .below a
given point the metal can bo main
tained by a temporal lire of about 1,01)0
dogreos Fahrenheit, which is far below
its nio'ting point, though high enough
to add tho light of an inteusa incandes
cence to the hrilliancy of tho arc itself.
At this temperature Inn iridium points
remain completely unchanged, and the
variations and dickering duo' to tho
rapid wearing nway of carbon pencils
are entirely absent in the new light,
whilu tho constancy with which tho
source f tho . illumination keeps its
place peculiarly adapts it for use in tli
focus of Fi ensnel lenses, or tho para
bolic rellectors which iu lighthouse, or
in similar situations, take their place.
The process by which the iridium, nat
urally ft gritty and intractahlo power,
is formmi iulo pencils fur use in lamps
is an ingenious adaptation of a patent
issued long ngo for making the same
motal into points for gold pens, mid do
peuds upon tho property which iridium
possesses of funning a 'compound with
phosphorus, which can then bo malted
at a temperaturo of about 3.IHKI degrees
about the fusing point of iron and
molded into mnssus, which can bo sub
sequently dephosphorized and regain
the original fiisibilityof tho pure metal.
"Here, von rapscallion," sliotilod nu
old lady, from her back door, "whore
are you going with that old tin pan?
"Iain ta-goin' uowhoro with it. Pi
a-goin to tix it.
"Fix it? Why, it's all battorod mid
bnnt up so you can't tix It."
"That's just tho idea, ringoin' to
pound it a littlo in hero, anil rap it a
fow times with a stone there, and thou
I can .sell, it for a Hoinan 'antique.'
Don't you soo how the middle of it
bulges? Well, that's goiu' to be a base
roliof of Maro Antony 'foro 1 get
through with it."
Tim boy wiis cullod In, and present
ed with all tho old baking tins in tho
house to further his awthetlo and specu
Why an object ot loathing and disgust
to yourself and society from catarrh, when
Banford'i Radical Cure, externally and in
ternally administered, will cure every symp
tom of the disease Every package Is a
complete treatment. Only $1,
Boston is giving lis poor children free
excursions this year, and takes out
1,200 on each occasion.
Ho Trapped Him.
Iu the old days when fugitive slaves
found refuge in Oborlin, Ohio, Mr. S.,
one of the local managers of tho under
ground railroad, had reason to suspect
that a neighbor, who pretended to
frioiidship, would give him away with
very little ceremony. One day ho told
his neighbor that he wanted his as
sistance. "I had a couplo of darkeys
come to my placo last night," ho said,
"and I propose Jto protect tliein. If
any ono comes aficr them, let nie know,
so that I can bo prepared. " That ni'lit
his house was surrounded by n gang iu
search of tho fugitives, who demanded
their surrender. Ho denied that ho
had any, and they insisted on searching
tho tiouso, but found nothing. "Now
soe hero," said tho leader, angrily,
"you've got thorn slaves, nod do von
fork'em over. Didn't you toll Mr. W
this morning, that you had a couplo of
darkeys come last nighlP" S. dropped
his head, and could say nothing.
"Well, now, where aro they?" "In
the barn, sir," faltered Mr. S. "Show
them to us at once!" They proceeded
to tho barn, and S. lnd llmni in great
agitation to a stablo. "0, please sirs,
don't hurt me, aud you may have
them." Then ho tremblingly opened tho
stable, and said, "Those aro the dark
eys, gentlemen!" An I ho pointed to a
Cair of black lambs which had been
orn the night previous.
A Good .Square Meal
is t io often followed by a disordered stom
ach, symptoms of dyspepsia ol indigestion.
Every miserable dyspeptic m the land
should know that he can be cured by a
timely use of Burdock Blood Bitters.
Price 1 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Wk are strongly disposed to regard that
person as the best physician who does most
io alleviate human suffering. Judged from
this standard. Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
Western Ave, Lynn, Mass., is entitled to
the front rank, for her Vegetable Com
pound is daily working wonderful cures in
female diseases, r'end for circular to the
Used to says : "Boys, if your blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down
in kettles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion; now you get all the curative proper
ties put up iu a palatable form in Burdock
Blood Bitters. Price $1.00, trial size 10
rrUIE POWER OP AKKESTING DISEASES dl.
A ulayed by thin prepuratlou U honorably nc
kuowleilijoU by tb ruudical fscnlty In evury ee
tlriu where It has be.m Introduced; and the larije
Bl(i Is IU beat Kuarnntue of tliHUDilrnatlonin which
It if held by tUu public. For the cITcct produced by
FELLOW'S COM rolI.N D hYRIT OK
tlm mvuulor will refci to the medical gentlemcD
w hone lutU'M are attached heruto .
(Exiuict trotn a iKtter )
Ltnn, Mana, March 1, 187s.
Mt'Mra. Follows ACo., ISt, John N. H-
Oent; 1 have pruacrlbed your (Fellowa' Hypo,
phoapbllcs), In my practico, for aomo hundred! ot
patlcuta, where its uee una Indicated, with qui to
aatlsfnctory renuIlK, A. 1. Mi7 KTllL'H, M. D.,
!Hontb Common nt.
KLBKIDGK SIMPSON, M.I)., oflTudftou, N, Y.,
"1 bHve used the Syrup of HyuophoHphlttia mailo by
Mr. Fellows In ennui of Oounimiilion and other
I, ii n it and Throat dmr-aiiot, with the timet
EDWIN CLAY, MR. of I'ucwaMi, N.S., writes:
"I know of no better medicine, for pcrooiiH suflrr
lni from exhaustion ol the powers of the llniiu and
Nervous System. Irom lone continued stinly.or tlm
couch following Typhoid Fever, Ac , Ac. "
niANDI.EK ( KANE, of Halifax, N. 8., writes:
" I liavii used It freely In my practice, both In ills.
eascti ol the (.'het. as Consumption and lironchllls,
ftc, and in Infantile diseases of thn prima via, or
Htoiuach and llowels, with eminent sun-en."
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as subject to outside Itilluencu. The use of
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Makino Diukct Connection
TnAtNi Lravr (.'aiiid:
Arrlvlnit 111 St. Louis I) ; a.m.; Chicago, ft ;:m p.m. ;
Conuectlnu st Odtn and lininiliiun fur Cfncln
catl, Loulsvlllu, ludlHiiiipolis arid piduts Kiist.
11:10 u.m. Ht. LoitlNuitd Wntfrit
H2 x pro.
Arrlvlnit In 8t. Louis 7:0.1 p. in,, and coiiuuctlm
fur irpolnt West,
4taO p.m. J''unt .liic tvntm .
for St. l.nuls inul I'liirnyo, arrlvmn at St. Louis
10:40 p. iu., anil Chlcayo 7:i u in
4:'JO p.m. C'lrudniutt l KxprHsi.
Arrlvlnc at (Mnclnimti 7:00 a m.i Louisvllln 7:20
a.m.; Imllnnniiolls 4:no n.m, I'assmnjnrs by
this train reach tlm uhovo points .1 M to 30
HoL'ltM Iu advaucu of liny othor route.
tVTIie4:'jn p, m. eiprean has PULLMAN
M.KKI'INO t'Alt Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chillers, slid lhroiiu,h sieeporsto bl, Louis and
Fast Timo I'iast,.
f.. L by t hit. line K ihrnHRh to Itaat-
j anravurin urn poltna wltnoiit Any amy
Caused hv Suiiilay Iliti-rvenltiK. Tho Hnturdav after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morulit.tl:W. Thirly-il hoiiralu advaticonf
ntKoMhroi!ch tickets and further Information,
pplT it Illinois Central Hallroad n';PVv"KH
u. Atfnnt. Ticket Annt.
i, II. UANBONi Oen. Psa, Aifvtit. Chicago.
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" NBW ADVKETISBMJNTS.
THE MILD POWER
Humphroys' Homeopathio Specifius
Proved from ample uxrleii' au enllra
sueeoHS. liiiile. I'fmpi, KHWdeiit. mid
Hellalile, Hiey are tli only inuUlelues
adapted t' popular nf.
LIST I'HIHOIPA I. NUB. MUrK.
1 revfrs, CoiiKi'stlon, Inllnninintlniis, .V,
X Uoriin.Worm Kyver Worni Colle. .
a 'ui..u rilli. orlvrtbliiKor Inruuts.'
4. Illarrlira of ( hlldrun or Adults. . . .j.Ti
& t. ......
I'l'IplIIK. iiiii.imsv.wiiw, .
S.holnra Merlins. i imiuiik.
J l.. I'., 111. Ilrnlielillls.
H. Knur. lain. 'lOfltllAiiie, Fw ft!h. .!!
. MesdiiAies, filek Headiu li. s, Verll0,
10. lVSirpsl.. HIIIOUS MOIhueil,
II. Huunrrssril or I'ninlul Periods,
l& While., tix briduxM I'erliKls,
IS. I'roon.CoiiKli. I'ulleull l.'reulliliiR,
U. Nnll It Ileum. Krysll't-liis, 1 .riipllous,
Ifi Khruiliiitlain. Hlieiiniutle I ulin,
19. r rtrmnil Auf, Chill, l ever, Agues, W
17. Piles, lllinil or l:ieedliiK,
ID. Hliirrli, seuie or cliroiilo; Itinilrii7.a, it)
HI. lioopi'iC Ciiniih, violent CiiiikIih, l
it. Oeiirrsl Oelilliiy, l'hys'l W'eiikues,
it. nmnpy in.essr, :mw
X INervoUs HelillUy, Nnxrinntorrhen, I.H) Ej
II. I rinsrv enhne.s.u eliluK llie ln-.l...!
Ii. Illsen.e id llie llesrl. I'iil,llnllim, I.O,
Korxalu li.VdrilKKlsls,orsent ,y tlm (Ve,
orslliKl" f r,'M of ' liHrtfi-, on remdia of
iirlee. Hi-lid for llr, llmiiihr) ' Hook on
Dlseme, lie nil pugem, ul.u Illustrated
AddresM, Miioiplirrv.' Iloinsoii.thle
Med. l u 101) tulluu sit.. Aew ttk.
;v Innlant rc lli f aud is an Infiillthla
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold by frinrits rveryw here, l'rti c. It .flu pr hot
prii'by iin'iU hai" It sent Jrr In Pliyudnus
and tllsutTT' rs.dy P. Ne'islMeilter 4 ''n. K'li 3'.il,
tuw i'oititjt Ijoltimaaulaotuj'-rsof "AnaUM,"
et me1i1 aw h ( ,te in ttu - n !! i h n itw
boMoyUwu. W H. SCKItrt IUH tt CO K T.
Inin Pfnm Rof:TdJ
:UDiIKA M'VK lilMiKl., Otljmim
lirulllO-t If Ukrll mm lXT.vr4. A'l A.'i o(. f
1'itUar'iuir, Ii.sii aMl t3 trial b.i't."tr t
Kiti,tinU,tb'y 4vi!isi-trMe. .'md rani",
'. t. and ktiiiT'. a.: trvs to U. Kf.tSB, V I
Anlibl. i'li;.t...pUl,l'a. &cprincVKillruuyuiL
r.iri fur V iti , tn iiru atni Just JLlULlumt.
W4 itw Ibatra a. f-'m '' U wlavM
fttdf tu tM ImH, i s I tsl i a. tmm)
ll l-MMIt I
i t. a wnv Tmi
3 CELLULOID Eye Glasses
Alii: Till HEST.
Because they are the UlillTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND BTR0N0E9T known. Bcdd hy OidlolAna ana
Jewelara. Made by SI'ENCEIt OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
V A XTI'Mil--" "'''Hi.'ent yoanrf nan In
' A Jil' . every country town, to ukc a
pernianent local airency for the sale of our teas,
coffees, etc. ,ln pscksKs, tocnnsnniets. Tills sv h
cv reqmresno peddlinii and hut a n.odt-ratu aniujnt
of so'iclilnif, km) If proK-rly maiiated iil pay
irom yvd to l.i0 tr cr. Particulars frei.
I'KoIm.ks Tr a -'0 . P. O. llox Vrj,, ht, Louii, Mo.
u mttkM mtm a iifiiqhait.
This wrlMtnnwn f rppsrttlnn Is t)!-ilT'rcfinimciids4)
tor I;appala, Ilratdarhr, ailrknrw of the
NlonuM-la.uil .11 ompl.intaaris'iifroui Arldll'T.
UlllausoMM, and Havlnrlal t'Tera. It mil
tb. bloud Mid rrculslu. Iti. b'.Wttl.. U IS a favrin
uisdiciD. fur chlldrsn. Prtpsnd bt A. E(Xj&tt'
'JKd, tb.OiJU, fcl blwkr tlrwl, Sew Iota,
aperior t Blnersl Water, SId1iti Powiari, to
a-OttlAXUY ALX UUttOlSTS.
m.1 mm 7'S OHtiANS, 17 Htoos S 8et
h I I 1 (iolden Tongue Iteeils, ouly
I'j Address Uanlel V. llealty.
Vashlut;ton, N. J.
PIA(WA- SIM.P ON I.VMAl.LMfXTS
I JliitO ftHinl shlppcil to all i.arlsof tho
(MUl A VH'oimlrv. PRK KS 1,DV anil
viiniViio..,.r,M, ( )h iiM-tit env. Send
foreittiii.nie. II Oil AC K WATKKS S CD.
Mntitilficttitcra and dealers, h.H Hroadway, N. Y.
BOID MEDAL AWAROEB
thn Auihor A nutriimt nnwt ftlmj
ImO Wfwk.Wrvrmnl4Ml f hHiwrt witl
chMtxwt-t infiiniwnfAbU to wry
... u.Ai I .. ...... i... . ti i a
aii,.if-s iwnsiie'ii , laiuiiy in
. fill' pit ..'' lr-ltf.IIIJl IsAAQt if III
k I'ni'B onty iunt i
F mail - lltriafvaAI c.,..l si '
Have you ever KNOWN
Any person to In seriously 111 without a weak
sloiuai h or iniii live liver or 'kidneys? And v. hen
these i rciins urn in iood condition do you imt llud
their possessor etijoylni! Kood healthy Parker's
Winner To.uc always regulates Ihesu linportiint or
miiis. and never fails to make the blood rich and
pure, and to sln'ni.'thii evsry prl of tli" system.
It has cured (minimis of dcstairini; Invalids. Ask
A CURF ClIAHANTFFO.
ThUnm Ant) Mslsrls rilli,aiitlv. rsuwlv tt't Chills.
rrrrnilMiintinslllUftraii. N. Uulnliu, T)wiiiiil I
To.llnionl.lt ot th. lttm of Ihtl fvsll wmnlifful msilKHw.
rrlcslliMiSsalKtHMr tn.ll, .. . l
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