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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The titter Young Man.
Tbe yoiiib boro a cane In tola nimble right
M down tbo broad ill root ho did strut,
In tvl o am nrblv and awfully grand,
Th ii nmilei tolki ejiioulatn wildly, "My londl
Tlmt f.dlow'i too utterly tit 1 1"
Ami'iiHi'hiii tba bur he remarked than aloud,
H.m whisky and clun't tut, tul I"
Theu nmUlnif polite. left and rlifhl to the rrowd.
Ho lniiirii(l out an opera uud gUwIod una
For ho ww ton utterly ultl
A tli t it at the pain thni envarnlnho.1 blfl cano,
DrthB oinck In the door whon It abtita,
Wan i he iiroteutnu lie of ihH KHy ureaturo'f
Thnt lusperod unto him, airntn and again,
Well, you nre too utterly uttl"
Oh. banish this ivthetlo demon outright
To Home Russian or A Moan but
Where th i ople are net no awful y quite,
And they kill off a hundred young gallants
' ci'cb nlKbt
For being too utterly utt.
. -Detroit Chaff.
THE MASTER OF THE GRANGE.
Harlan Followes tossod her head in
n pretty littlo way she had, and curlod
her red lip in ft manner intended to
convoy her utmost indifference, if not
"No I tlo not think I shall go. I
don't caro very much for picnics any
Low." Sybil Conyers, a tall, stately girl,
with p-ave, straightforward dark eyes,
looked wouduriugly at her.
"I thought you always cared very
much for picnics, Marian. I am sure
you always seemed lo enjoy yoursolf.
l)o po it a such a lovely day."
"And Tom Lostor'll bo there, too,
Marian," and diinpled-clioeked little
Amy Froctor loooked saucily over the
fence at Marian's slowly flushiug
"Tom Lostor ! As if I care a straw
where ho goes, or whether he goos at
all or not 1" Sho flashod the words out
angrily, vet with a certain coquettish
Biigestivencss in her tone, that made
"Of course, we forgot that a remark
ably good-looking young gentleman is
lodging with your mother, Marian.
Tbo foreman of tlio workmen who aro
doing repairs and alterations up at tho
Grange, isn't .he?"
Foreman ! Sybil, you're too bad.
Mr. Forsyth is no more foreman, or
anvthing ofthatsort, than you aro "
Sho hesitated, smiling and frowning
and flushing mysteriously.
"Why, yes, ho is," retorted Amy,
vigorously, "for I saw him with my
own eyes'directin; the workmon at the
Marian nodded her head slowly sev
"That is perfectly true. Mr. Forsyth
docs direct the workmen, in the capa
city of superintendent, when really he
is the owner and master of the Grange
A littlo duet of exclamations greeted
her astonishing revelation.
"Mamma made the discovery," Mar
ian went ou, in suppressed, excited
tones, "and you niusn t whisper it for
the world ; for ho would bo so vexed if
ho thought it was known ; but mamma
discovered, very accidentally, but Mr.
Clion preferred to ovcrsoo his own ren
ovations, incog, and so he came here
as Mr. Forsyth. Isn't it charmingly
"How did sho find It out. Marian?"
Amy asked, in awe-struck tones.
"i?y his linen, for one thing, every
piece of which is marked in full, 'F.
Clifton,' and by other little incidents."
Sybil looked gravoly at Marian's pret
ty, tlushetl face.
"And you've quarrelled with Tom
Lester because you have another ad
mirer who is worth more in houses and
"I broke our engagement because
I'd rather be mistrust of the Grange
than a farmer's wife auy day."
"It's too bud," Amy Hushed out.
"Turn Lester is worth a dozen of your
high-toned aristocrats like Mr. Clifton."
Marian smiled snceringty.
"Of courso, if you think so. Per
haps you can consolo him, Amy?"
"I will if I can," was the ready an
swer. "Come, Sybil, if Marian's not
goinjr, let us be off ourselves."
"Won't you roeonsider your deci
sion?" Sybil asked, pluiisantly, as they
made ready to starL
Hut Marian bowed in a queenly way
sho had atl'ectod of late.
"Thanks, "no, I roally don't caro to
go, and, besides, 1 am engaged for a
drive this afternoon with Mr. Forsyth."
"It's just shameful in Marian," Amy
exclaimed, hen they were out of ear
shot. "Well, she always was ambitious,"
and nothinz more was said about her
until an hour or so later, Tom Lester
strolled up to Amy, sitting on the grass
"So Miss Fellowes isn't here to-day,"
ho remarked, casually, as ho threw
iiimself beside her a tall, stalwart
young fellow, with bright, honost bluo
eyes and a bonny face, that had made
many a girl Amy included not a
mtlc jealous of Marian ollowes in the
days before Mr. Foisygth came.
Amy went on woavinr. industriously,
"No ; she couldn't come, in conse
quence of a previous engagement I
Bupposo you miss her dreadfully."
"Not at all. A month ago I should
Lmvo uiisund her, but to day -I would
not turn my hand over to Drlugher
bore nor any other girl who had jilted
an honest man because he couldn't
compete wita another with jmoro
There was a healthy contempt in his
voino that mado Amy feel that Marian
Fellowcs had been dethroned most
effectually in, at least, this man'i heart.
She swept him a charming, sympathet
ic glauce from her protty grey eyos.
"1 U.iuk you aro a very sonsible
young ee.uUuman not to make yoursolf
miserable because one girl out of all
She spoke lightly, but somehow it
Bcemcd to stir Mr. Lester' Interest
"That sounds delightful, Amy, what
would you advise me to do about It?"
"About 'it' what? Murlan?"
Another lovely glance, a slight dimp
Oh-I don't know, I'm sure," ' sho
wonton, cresting her bright brown
Lead to ono aide, like a klrdT while she
critically surveyod Lor wreath "union-
I revenge myself by engaging my
self to the prettiest girl I knew."
"A good idea. 1 wondor If the pret
tiest pill I know would eay no?"
THE DAILY CAIRO
A deliciorw littlo laugh from Amy. us
sho jumped up, scattering the refuse
grasses and leaves.
"Thero's only ono way to find out,
Mr. Lostor ask her."
And thon Tom sprang up a little pale,
eager look on his face, and caught
Amv's hands in Lis.
"Will she say no? Amy, will you
take what Marian Followes did not
think good enough? If you will. I'll
be thankful she has jilted mo."
There was no gainsaying tlio earnest
ness of what ho said, and Amy Hushed
and trembled, and tlien laughed.
"Let go my hands, Tm somebody
will see us."
"They may see and welcome! I
shan't lot you go until you proiniso
you will Lave me until you toll mo
you love mo dear."
"Hut I won't!"
"Then yon can't go.H
A saucy littlo dimpling of the crim
"Tom, ploaso let mo go! I'll say
yos but I don't mean it a bit."
"I'll tako tho risk!" And then ho
.loanod over and said something that
made her cheeks crimson even deeper.
While at the solf-saiiio moment Mr.
Forsyth, threo miles oil, asked Marian
Followes if sho would marry him.
"I said yes, of courso, mamma," sho
said later, when sho rchoarsod tho
scene for Mrs. Fellowcs benefit.
"Certainly you said yes! Marian, I
think I havo nothing left to wish for,
now that I shall see you mistress of
such a home iw the Grange. You havo
dono splendidly with yourself my dear!"
"And he nover dreams wo have dis
covered his charming littlo romance,
An hour or so afterwards tho pienic
crs came home, and Marian watched
them with a faiut littlo sneer on her
pretty faco, that doopenod into apositivo
mocking triumph when sho saw Tom
Lester and Amy Proctor goin ,' by In
Farmer Hetwyn's lumbering wagonetlo
and thought that she would ride in
her own carriage before long.
"I'll cut ovory one of t!;em" rIim !!
cidod, and then, something in Sybil
Conyers's grave, haughty eyes, as sho
and a tail handsome young fellow
dashed by in a lovely little plneton,
made her wonder at it.
She turned to Mr. Forsyth, who had
been standing at tho oilier side of tho
window, idly looking out on tlio merry
"Miss Conyers is with a utrango
gentleman he seems to know you,
Frank. Who is ho?"
Mr. Forsyth looked interestedly up.
"That? Oh, bless my soul, it is Mr.
Clifton! Why, what can have brought
him so unexpectedly?"
Clifton! Clifton! Then Mr. Frank
Forsyth was nobody in disguiso after
all and her charming romanco had
not an action of foundation! Mr.
Forsyth was only Mr. Forsyth, and
A sudden rush of rebellious tears
clouded her eyos as she tried to raise it
she was not engaged to tho mas! or
of the Grange., who was driving with
pretty, haughty Sybil Conyers, and ap
parently very much smitten, for all ho
was a stranger but to to Mr. Clif
ton's servant and overseer.
And Tom Lestor and Amy looked so
comfortablo and cosy together whilo
Marian could hardly brinr her
self to believe it was it true? Was it
true bho had mado such an awful mis
take, blinded by her pride and ambi
tion? And, in the midst of her self-tormenting
thoughts, sho did nut soo tho chag
rin and alarm that was on hor lover's
face, or the uneasiness in his manner,
as he excused himself.
And "mado himself scarce," or
rather "vanished that same day" with
a big bill unpaid, not to mention a
quantity of stolon under-linen ho hail
borrowed from the wardroho at the
Poor Marian ! Sho had nobody but
herself to blamo, but all the samo her
worst enemy would luivo pitied her
could they have seen her all forlorn
and disconsolate, ner faco red and swol
len with hours of crying, as sho watched
tho double wedding procession of car
riages, the day Tom Lester and Amy,
ana handsome young Mr. Clifton, tho
master of tho Grango, and Miss Conycrs
And what aro "professional beau
ties?" In a great many English and
American circles there is a kind of
amused amazement at American socie
ty; but no newspaper anywhere in this
country could truly record that abject
snobbishness of conduct which the Eng
lish journal impatiently stijnnatizes tTs
tho inherent Uunkyism of V. igiish so
ciety: It is not permitted to raise its
eyebrows at Daisy Miller. Daisy Mil
ler can safely walk with a young man
without a matron, but she is not a
"professional beauty." She is not a
woman who owes ncr distinction and
success to the countenance of a prince.
The socioty in which sho moves may bo
distributing to tho eyebrows of those
who crowd to buy a bonbon of a "pro
fessional beauty," but it isa society in
to which Sarah Ilornhnrdt cannot enter.
The snob papers could not havo been
written in this country, and part of our
interest; in reading them lies in their
revelation of a now social roalin. Amer
ican socioty is not inherently lluukyish.
There is no class of persons anywhere
in the country whoso social position U
such that their presence at a fair would
draw tho world. This voir summer
there are rosy swarms of beautiful wo
men by tho sea and amomr tho hills.
but among them all there is not ono
professional beauty." llarncfs, for
Why Borne People Go to Ohurch.
"I declare, if there in't tho deacon's
daughter out with a brand new shawl.
Well, I nover." "Hush!" said a bettor
informed female; " ti.sn t hers. It's
one sho borrowed from tlio company
that is visiting over t' tho deacon's."
"Well, there's ono thing I know. She
can't depend on borrowing to look well
in hoavon. Sho'll havo to wear her
own angel plumage vvhon she cult
there." And they bowed their heads
as the minister opened tho servico.
woo Jlnvcn lierislcr.
ci ?ws Bazaar says that David
Roquet Wlw not the inventor of tlur
little name tlmt hours his tiaino. Nulla
er was Lord Lori.o tho luvciitor of
Lora-tciJuiH. Vl Wl
BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1881.
The Unnatural Hon A Carving Btory.
it is not alone tho fact that tho ama
teur carver misses tho joints and triot'
to cut through tho largest bones, that
fills him with regret and Lis lap full of
sago and onions. It is tho horriblo
thought that tho entire company is
looking at him. No mattor how tho
perspiration may trickle down botweon
Ids shoulder blades, or how tho hot
flashes may chase tho chills up and down
his spinal column, or how much his
eyes may ho dimmed by unshod toars,
tho rest of the company nover allows
its interest to flag a moment. Wo re
member ono time wo were called to as
sume tho management cif a free-for-all
carving tournament at tho home of a
dove-eyed dumnling, whose kind re
gard w desired" to cattli on to as far as
possible. How clearly como back to
us now tho smiling faces of tho guests,
tho rippling laugh, tho bald-headed
joke, tho thanksgiving conundrum, and
all as merry as a marriage boll. We
call to mind tho girlish laughtorof that
ono whoso very existence, as alio sat
on our left that day, seemed cemented
and gluod to our own. As wo sharp
enedthe glittering blade on tho ringing
stool, we felt buoyant and proud proud
to think how we would slice tho white,
calm bosom of that decoased hen;
proud to think how, in our mind, wo
had laid out tlio different pregnable
points about that old cackler, and in
the anticipation of applause glad and
froo, when wo had accomplished the
warfare and victory and stutFing had
perched upon our banner. We softly
jabbed the shimmering fork a-straddle
of tho breastbone, tore ofF a fow goose
pimples from under the wings of the
lato lamented, gongod out a few shat
tered fragments from the neck, and
tried to cut a sirloin steak oil tho back.
An oppressive cloom seemed to per
vado tho air. Tho old hen didn't havo
her joints where wo had them laid out
in our mind. Sho was deformed. She
seemed to be a freak of nature. It
rattled us and unnerved us. We
gougod wildly at the remains, squirt
ing tho gravy right and loft, and lilling
the air with fragments of bread-crumbs
and sago. I?y somo kind of omission
or miscalculation, we made a wild stab
at tho back of tho lato lamented hen,
and with a frenzy born of repeated de
feats and depressing failures, tho knifo
struck the platter with a loud crash,
and ceasing not in its untamed fury,
glanced nsido, and in an instant buried
itself with a sickening thud in the cor
set of tho hired girl. With difllculty
we drew out tiio glittering blade, now
ensanguined with tlio gore of a follow
crcature, wiped it on tho table-cloth,
and fled out into the cold, unsympa
thetic world, out into Iho crash and
confusion of struggling humanity, to
battle on through life under an as
sumed name. That is why we tremble
and turn palo when our past lifo is in
quired into by biographers. That is why
a baked fowl 'makes us quail. Bill
Pu'ss and Expiration.
Pulse is a throbbing of tho arteries
caused by intermitting impulses com
municated to the bio d by the heart.
Tho arteries being clastic expand for
an instant with tho increased amount
of blood forced into them by each heart
beat, and for the same reason contract
tho moment after, producing thus a
series of wave-like movomonts from
tho he irt outwards toward all parts of
the body. Tho enlargement of the ar
tery by the passing waves of blood lifts
it somewhat from its bed, so that it be
comes perceptible to the touch. With
in ti e limits of health there may bo
considerable variation in tho frequoncy
of the pulse, tho number of pulses per
minute differing with age, sex, stature,
muscular action, mental action, tho
state of tho digestivo process and tho
ti mo of day. Tho avcrago frequoncy
per minute is approximately indicated
by the following tablo, given by Car
penter: i'ii!s In tho newly-born Infant lto HO
Tn's" cluiihK first yenr 115 to 11
I'iiNc dm hit; se -(!id your 100 to I Ij
I'll - 'lin ing third ve'nr 05 t U
I'ul e dining TtH to lltn year Hi to HO
I'liise dinioif U;n t' -I -t yeur 73 toss
lui- diii iiitfU'lht totWth year V') loH.1
In oil Hire TiloW
Iii inflammatory or acuto diseases
the pulse may rise to 120 or even 160
in tho adult, and becomes so frequent
in the child that it cannot bo counted.
Muscular exertion, mental excitement,
digestion, alcoholic drink, and eleva
tion above tho sea level accelerate Iho
pulse, and as a rule it is more frequent
in tho morning than in tho evening. It
is lower in sleep, and from the effect of
rest, diet, cold, or blood-letting. The
pulso of a grown woman exceeds that
of a man of tlio samo ago as much as
ten or fourteen boa's a minuto, and ac
cording to some authorities is less fre
quent in the tall than in the short per
son, tlio variation being about four
beats for each six inches of bight. The
effect of posture is considerable.
AVei'MKif lieiil pel' I
mi'iiiio in I Ht'imlltiB
Healthy iiien 1
lli'till ly women....
This largo difference between tho
number of pulsations when lying and
silling or stauding, especially whon
increased by tho muscular effort ex
pended in making a sudden change of
posture, accounts for the death of per
sons who havo disease of the heart on
qniekly assuming an erect position.
Tho average numerical proportion of
.i... i .. ... !....!.. f
mo puise 10 lopn iuion is lout ur uvo
to ouo.Iinlliniore Nun.
He Had ILj Choice.
"Walter," said one of our pork mer
chants to his 16-year old hope, "I don't
mind how short you have your coats
cut, so long ns they strike you some
whoro below the shoulder blades;
neither does it troublo mo to seo you
choking yoursolf to death in a pair of
tight pants. Nor am I much con
cerned In how many scarf pins you
snort each day, or how largo a bundle
you carry to tho laundry ovory twenty
four hours. Though tho sight of your
mustaclio, in its feeble efforts for lifo,
makes mo faint, yet I can boar up even
under that, but let mo over catch you
wearing your watch-chain on the out
side of your coat, and you'll go to
work in tlio store putting up groceries
beforo you can say quito too utter;" do
you hear mo?"
A man in Tyrone, "who is said to bo
80 years old, has $200,000 insured up
on his lifo on tho speculative plan. In
a fow weeks more or less a Tyrone
Jury will bring in a verdict of found
Hard Timos in Girmany,
Statistics published by Lnidon cor
respondents illustrato In a startling
manlier the distress In Germany. In
llavaria, i),T.V) farms, representing SO,
059 lioelaroH of land, were publicly sold
In 18H0. Of iheso, 953 farms, or'5,:i9l
hectares, were not fanned during tho
year, on account of tbo tlilliculties con
nected with the public Bale. Under tho
pressure of foreiga competition, bad
crops, and hard times, a great number
of small properties havo of lato years
been sold up.
The census of 1871 showed upwards
of 1,800,000 proprietors in Germany in
a total itricullural population, of 12,
000,000. Hut the coming census will
show these to havo notably diminished.
l!ut it is not the reduction of the num
ber of proprietors so much as tho in
creasing embarrassment of their posi
tion 1 hat causes alarm. The grievance
to small owners is the oppressive land
tax. Ten millions of dollars accrues to
tho Prussian budget from this tax. He
sides, communal debt are increasing.
In llavaria they havo risen from .r,
fiOO.000 in 18U8 'to $27.050, (Hit) in 1870.
In a single village of 800 inhabitants,
the expenditure rose from $400 in 1Kb)
to $1,000 in 1880.
The extent lo which land is mort
gaged in Germany lias become a mat
ter of grave anxiety to economists. It
is forciug il-self on the attention of
statesmen. In Prussia alono tho land
mortgages in lMfi amounted to $1,500, -000,000.
In Havana they amount to
$250,000,000. Tho worst of it is, the
smallest owners aro tho most heavily
mortgaged. The peasants started on
their independent career saddled with
debts. They had to incur these in order
to pay ofl! their liability to feudal ser
vice. Twenty years ago, in prosperous
times, tho peasants increased their
mortgages till theyfamounted to quite
one-l?alf the value of tho property. Tho
agitation against the Jews, which has
of lato led to such atrocious violence in
parts of Pomorania, is but a warning
of the serious dangor which may bo
threatening society in this direction. If
the socialism, which lias infected tho
artisans of the manufacturing centers,
ever spreads to the agricultural popu
lation, Germany may see a revolt
against the mortgage precisely similar
in all essential respects to tho Irish re
volt against tho landlord.
All the agricultural populations in
Germany aro suffering from hard times.
Travelers have observed how the char
acteristic costumes of tlio country dis
tricts are giving way to the common
place afire of tho towns. The econo
mic revolution, of which this chango is
typical, is construed to bo tho extinc
tion, in tho long run, of a number of
small holdings, and the migration of
their owners to tho great cities or
across tho sea. Even tho most pros
perous peasantry, both men and wo
men work incessantly in the fields, and
live on tho very simplest faro. It is not
evidently improvidence, but adverse
economic conditions, including the sup
port of immense standing armies, that
aro working their ruin. VhkayoXews.
Peers Over 80 Years Old.
The "Father" of the House of Lords,
the Irish Karl of Mount Cashel. aged
.89, is rcnorted to bo iu hopelessly fail
ing health. Ho was born in 1792, suc
ceeded his father in the title in 1822,
and in 1826 was elected a H 'p:i M'iiia
tivo peer of Ireland. II - is I coldest
peer in the House, as well as tho "lath
er" of it by the longest tenure. I5ut
after him there are no f.i.ver than
twenty-three peers who nnnilier eighty
winters or over. These are Lords Al
bemarle, Han try, Drougham, U.mking
liamsliire, Camoys, Cholinondeley,
Churchill, Coltesloe, Ebury, Evenly,
Halifax, Harrowby, Home, Mostyn,
Overstone, Portman, Say and Seele,
Lucau, Stradbroko, Teynham, Wilton,
Winchester, and the Bishop of Llandaff.
This, to say nothing of six moro who
como within a year of it, out of a total
of 500, presents a tolerably healthy
Why does not 1S81 resemble a pair
of lovers on a sola? - because there is
ono at each end.
An Ingenious Device.
A Missouri farmer named S. II.
Terry, of Guthrie, recently arrived in
this city with a model of a cable rail
road, which embraces a number of itn-
irovemonts of his own invention, that
io claims will bo of immense advantage
to street railway companios. Tho first
and most important improvement is a
plan of laying tho track by which tho
disturbance of tho street or road over
which it runs is rendered unnecessary.
Uy his plan the boxes and cable will be
placed upon tho ties now in no uso, and
a saving of $90,000 per mile, he claims,
will be effected in construction. An
other improvement is tho removal of
all difficulties attending upon crossings
and switches. Hy a simple device,
whon a crossing is readied, the bottom
flange of tho side of tho champ comes
in contact with tho top of tho guide, so
that the clamp is raised till it passes
over the cross pope, and then as soon
as the guides are passed it drops with
its own weight and soizes hold of the
cablo again. There is also un adjust
ment on the clamp by which an auto
malic switch can bu worked when it is
desired to run off on a side track. An
other attachment to tho clamp is a
spring running on cither side of it a
sufficient distance back to prevent tho
shock which would occur without it,
every timo the clamp takes hold of the
cablo. To prevent the slipping of rais
ing of the cable from its position in tlio
groovos on tho top of tho tios, thore aro
beveled clasps placod at points along
the line whoro most danger of this hap
pening is likely to bo. One lover opens
tho clamp and brakes tho car. Mr,
Torry says the South Side Company
has resolved to uso his patent for
switches and crossings, and he has no
doubt that where new cablo lines aro to
bo put down in future his plau of lay
ing tho track will bo universally adop
ted. All bachelors would liko to shake
hands with tho man named Morse who
recently cot married and four weeks
later applied to the legislature aud had
his name changed to Ke-Morso.
Clear head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and .hear
ing, no cough, no distress. Thoro are con
ditions brought about in catarrh by tho uso
of 8andford's Radical Cure. Complcto treat
ment tor $1,
Naurafgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soraness of iho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Fains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
Vn Preparation on earth equal fit. Jacob Oil u
B "''. lure, timple and rhmp KiUjniHl Kcmedy.
A trliil entails but tho -uilmmiivi'ly trilling outlay
of 50 Cent, and every one aufiering with paia
can hare cheap and poMtlve proof of its claims.
Direction in F.leven Language.
BOLD BY ILL DHUQ0IRT3 AND DEALEE8 II
A.VOGELER & CO.,
Haltlmorr. Md. V. .
IKSTIMONIALS TO Jilt. M.1.0VV.1.
"7thc iindiTHitTn il rlergymtii of tho Metho
It d!M rliurdi In Nova N-ntia having "'d the
preparation known hh rVII(in I'oinpoiind Syrup of
livpophuHphlli', prepulri'd by .Mr. Jainm . Kvl
luwe.chemiHt, St John, N. H .or having known
cafes lu rein tin ctlVoU wen; li' iu llcml, bi-lievv It
to hu a tc'liuWe n iin i'.y for tie' dln-a-re fr which It
in rcconi minded.
JA.MK8U IlENNKiAIt. .KdlN McVl KHAY,
Pre, nl t'oiifervnru. Kx I n i" of Conference
WM. SAKliKNT, KII'MAH W. WKUDAl.L,
JOHN A. MOSI1KK, AI.KX. W. Mfllol.SON,
JOlis W. UoW IK, CHANSWICK .loSl.
bTEl'llK i F. III KSTIS. l;.;VUM MOHTON,
OSThe proprietor t-a li'Hm from varioua parti
ef tho Dominion, the l uili il State and from Knjj
land, verifyiuL' the amnion herein contained,
which will bo chowii Ht liin ollkn on appllrntlnu.
Thev relate to the cure of diecii-c of the lungs,
heart, Htoinaoh, etc.
Fellows' Compound Syrup o II t o riimsphltea.
Hpeedilv and nerintinentlv 1 i rtoii of the
Iuiikh. tirom hrif. coiiMimpiIii , n-avriux proctra
tiou, MiurtneM of breath, palpitation l the hear',
tremblii'L' ol the lmml and linilic, pt.vfl'al and
mental depreMioii, loi of nppet v. Inm ol energy,
Iocs of memory, and will rap ity improve the
weakened finictionn and oru'ioif l tin- body, which
depend for health upon voluntary and Involuutury
nervoim action. It acts with vnrnr, ceiitleneuM and
aubtlety, ou in(! to the exipo-ite harmony of It In
yjredieiits, akin to pure blood Itnell.
KOI. liV A IX DKH.C.Ivrs
NKW ADVKKTISE MENTS.
TA II U ANTS Kl.T, He AIT.I.'I K.NT (TliK ?" aokt
tbu Biitlerer trom n mu'i iimle of dim-aiir. We aii
HWer; It will n lnoe Ironi Hie kvhIi iii the arMvu
raiiHe ol nioet ol thv ilifenc that lleMi Is heir to.
It wont mend a broken ilinh, nor close a bullet
hole; but it may be profltuhly used in ttomachlc
disease. It will do no ene any harm, and may do
much Rooili Try (t and seo If It wont suit your
sor.n n y Ai.i.L)i(t(i(;isTs.
take iireat pleasure In r comnierdlntr to parents
tho accademy of Mr. Swlthin C. .shortliiliio ."
HON. FKIINANHO WOOD. M. C.
Huld ilhSO): "I cheerfully con-cut to the Uso of my
mono as reference .My hoys will return to you for
their fourth year niter their vaoiilmi."
For new Illustrated circular address SWITHIN
C. SIIOltTI.I IXiK, A. M., Harvard fnlvirsity
liraduatu, Media, IV, 11 miles from I'lilludelphla.
TITTXTPiV P'C 12 Articles In one
UUlt l lill k.-'.viilh'un in
body's, choice. 41 pane
ratulni"iu ol other spec-
laities sent free.
J. M. 11m, 'it ,Manii:,ictui inn Co.
s7 A VKA U and expenses to agents. Outfit
tree, juwrcss e. n. vie.Kery, fliiKustH,.no
Vaiiiwv Learn Telegraphy I Karn 40
I UUI1JT J1CI1 to ginn a month. Graduate!
guaranteed jnylni olllccs
nros., jaueHvuie, is.
AnVERTlSEKHbynddrrsslnijtiEO. I'. UOW.
KIX fc CO., 10 Spruce street, Now York, can
learn the exact cost of nnv proposed line nf adver
tising tn American nuwspapem. J100pa(;u
pamphlet 3 cm.
DIARRHCEA & DYSENTERY.
The most aatontaulnir cure of Iiysentery and
Plarrlmia, hot!) among children and adulw, am
dally reported by Iho uae of
Dixon's, Blackborry Carminative.
It appears to he a sovereign remedy.
Hold by all UrunglsU lu tho United Ntatoa aud
W. P. DAVIDSON & 00., Proprietors, Cincinnati,
Morgan Park Military Aocadeiiiy.
ml. , i -it.... u-l,,.,.l In ttin W.iat.
rroparoa for Colletre. Hcleutlilo Hchool or lliist-
hubs, i.uuni'iuii nw". - , ' . :
benln Hop. 1, 1KH1. Send for cataloKim toCapt,
KD. N. KIRK TALCOTT, l'rln., Morau l'urk,
Location Hlirueunw mill ill.,... ,
THE MUD P0WEE
1LJ 1J 1T JCLn
Humphreys' Homoopathio Bpeoifics
Proved from ample eiperlenee an entire
success, Hioilile. I'roionl, Klllclcnl, and
Itellalile, they are l lie only medicine
adapted lo popular use.
uht emseii'Ai, ko. etiKK. mica.
1, Fever. ConiriHlInn, liillnmniatlona, tft
!l W linns, Worm lever Worm I 'idle. ,!H
8, Crying Colle, or Teething of I nf anu, 20
4. DliiriTn-n of children or Adult. . ..,
It. Dysentery, UrlpInK, lllllous Colic,
. Miolcra Morion, VoiiiltlnK,
7. ( iiiialis. Colli, Prom-hills, l
H. Veunilula, Toothache. Kneeaehe, .41
9. Ileailel,ea Kick Headaches. crtiuo.
10. hysiiriiNta. Illlloiis Stomach, '.
II. Honnreert ur I'ii in Til I Periods,
13. linen, too prohise I'crloiln, -
III. 'roiip. (.ViiiKh. I'lnieult Jircallilm,',
II Null lUieiiin, Krysipelas, Kriipilous,
IT ItlieillMAlifllll. llll.MHIIHll.' 1 lllllH.
IK. l evernml mie.( hill, l ever, Ai;uei, ri
17. I'lles. Kllliil t,r llee.llliK, ;t
Id. ('Hlarrli, iieutci or i-ln-oule; Inlliieoa, fJI
HI. lllllllllllV ( OIICll. Viol. t ( OlO'llH, .'
'to. riiernl Oehllilv, 1'hys'l I'ukiic.H, M
it hhlney lliaense,
H.vruu Itelillllv . Snortiintorrhen,
i. I rinarv Meliiie.VeliliiKih,. i il.M,
.ti. Illsesse of Hie lleiii l. I'MlpilntPm, m
For Mile liyilniKKlxlN.orii.-iii Oy the I'iki,
orslli(le Vlnl, frw of eliaine, on receipt uf
prlivi. Send for Or. II in plirt '' Hook on
IMsense, iVc, (114 pKei, slno lllnsiruled
I Blnl"Uiie, FHKr..
Address, 1 1 ill i )i rf V lloincopmlile
.Med. I n., 101 Fullou bt.. .New knrk.
Sr. S.Sils'o33's EztcnialPiloRcmody
Give. Instont relief andUnnliifalllhla
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold hyflriiiiirirtji iivery where. 1'rli a, $1 .en per it
prsiiifi'lhyiioul. Hainih lent JrtHit i'hvstelana
nd alt ntiff.-n r, hy I' Kriiatnrdterft ' H'n S'Jl.
btiw X uracil). bululuauuiaoiuriro("JnwUi4."
I. l,rf-llT - . rrononne-.! ihi' irf. t i,t Bn?b-
a, I "J V,
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w u 8tuir;i:'H '.o
. lit l jr r.ii f.-iutn I it i .rr .1 ' . i, I.
Ki ir,ulu inf. 'fr.tls C'.tr!' tt!'Md''
jr I 'ils.Ol'V ( 'liir.l' (vl,0 lune
L 1 !'. I'. 2 I i aUi", .i a. F I ISK. 1
J..:l.i I Li I ..ULlA. I 'a. iMUnlL 11.. JUtil.
Fortune t Airenfa wrlfeontrV tT'e'liT'fw,
S. '.'ir.'ly new li"-"t sell, iik'U. Irs., i r, i; u-
i'K !' lu f-,r fw.r a and kil ma' I m. ;nde-
truriilile Vivn I'o'il k-. I ap-f't l'.,r SpHr
I.C I'. I .COH.VJ Vtlvl.clll 0,(UI1 lUI AVU.A.
3IIUAHONH "WHY TilE
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AH12 XIIK IJKHX.
Becata they are the LIQUTEST, H.VNDSOMTST,
AND BTUOXOKST known. S.jIJ by Optician an!
Jeweler. Madeby SPEN'C'EK OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
W A YTKI It-An Intelligent oenK man In
I I i I ' every rountry towr, t take a
permanent local ayetiry foi the sale of rmr teas,
rolfoe. etc. ,ln package, tofoiisuniers. Thi aifen
cv re"ir.-s no peddling and but a mmleraie amujnt
of so 'irltlnir, and if properly managed wi; pay
trom to JI.imi per year. I'artlt 'liars free.
I'loi i.isTn CO P. O. Hox St. I.onls. Mo.
U AGIttUIlt APUItIT Ml ItFIIQCtAIT.
This well. known rreparallea it hirMf r-emmsoil4
( .r Iky (pipkin, llrwdaebe, atlrhnewa of th
tlwajM-lt,iitlll .iniiuuuarit:ii(truia Aridity,
Ulllonaaeaa, and Flalarlml form- It f.l.
Hie blood and rrenlaiua His b-,w. i. Ii ta a (avonta
dmIiciom fr chililrn. Frr(4 by A. KXL
i.VH, Chamillj, Ih Blaackar Slrnt, S'aw Xotk.
Superiur to Kinerat Watera, Seldlits Pwdrt, ta
27 STOP HKATTYS,M,ANr?J!
Only wo. Addtcas DANIEL K. PEATTY, Wach
Parker's Ginger Tonic
Cures complaints of women and dlseusei of the
stomach, bowels, liini;s. liver and kiJnevs, end Is
entlielydiller.ini roru bluers, itlnp-r e's m.e and
othcrtanlcs as It sever intoxicates TjOi-ts und l
sl.es, l.nrne cnvhiK liuyiim 0,1 e dollar size,
HlSl tiX A CO , Chemists, V.
MKTA I. TIP LAM I WICK
PatM lire. T, 1SSO.
Gives a Brilliant. White and Steady '
light, icqln s no tr mmliiir, ttnd!alf for month.
Hamnieuirk Hlcts . :t wlcka s rln. i-i -!ek T.Cta
puslaK'! paid Have three sles, A. II. and IJ.
Au'enta wanted. Address. M KT A I. TIP LAMP
WICK CO., 70 Cortlandt St., Y.
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th A uLhor A unw and irnuu M.
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inan.entitlMl "Ui Hewneenf Ijfs
ortolf I'nwrrrkl ma ;" boand in
rlmwt Kmnoh iiituOm.emlHMMvl,
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til amrravium, W, fimwrip.
i tkina. iirwa only (I 31 amit liy
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CL'TICUKA Permanently ('mes Humors
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Ctitlcura reincillea are for snln by all drtipjjlst
Price of Cullnra. a medical Jelly, small boxes, 50e:
laru'o boxes )l. Cnllctirn Itesolvetit, the new blood
purlllcr. one dollar per bottle. Cntb tira Medicinal
lotlet Hoap, 2'c. Cutlciira Medlcltml Hhavlng
Soap, l.'icts.: in bars far baibers and laree rorsum
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