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"TTu the. ftrtint's cbalr,
ToaCllCrs ve, ami grand,
. .. , .tia seurco could grapplo,
examination nlm r ono diuiplod hand,
at tho high .iow 1" Wo hold our breath 1
Ti.iir. H-ny pooped from behind the acrocnl
, "1 a I pose l" wo whispered, then still M
Wnllod and biiby wng all sorone
fill the critical moment, when, liehpld.
. Tho nun wua entehinif that lovoly look,
Furta a ten il.lo roar it shook tho floor I
And that wan iho plcturo tho awirt aiin toolt.
Tlio only instance' of embarrassment
'could not overcome, says Mr. Gough,
ocurred many years ago. It was my
rn fault, and proved a sharp lesson
iriio. I was engaged to address a
R" - number of children in the after
Pre8"'tho meeting to bo hold In tho
ber lBback of the Baptist church in
., idonco. U. I. In tho forenoon a
riond met mo, and said:
"I have- ..onto first-rate cigars; will
you take a fi'tvP"
"No, I thank you."
"Do take hiilf-a-dozon."
I havo nowhere to put them."
"You can put half-a-dozen in your
1 woro a cap in those days, and I put
tho cigars into it, and at tho appointed
timo I went to the mooting. I ascend
ed tho platform and facod an audience
of mure than two thousand children.
As it was out of doors, I kept my cap
on, for four of taking cold, and I for
got all about the cigars.
Toward tho close of my speech I be
came very much In earnest, and after
warning the boys against bad company,
bad habits, and tho saloons, I Baid:
"Now, boys, let us give three rous
ing cheers for temperance and cold
water. Now, then, three cheers. Hur
rah!" And taking off my cap, I waved it
most vigorously, when away went the
cigars right into the midst of the au
dience. The remaining chucrs woro
very faint, and wore nearly drowned
in tlio laughter of the crowd. I was
mortified and ashamed, and should
havo been relieved could I havo sunk
through tho platform out of sight. My
feelings were still more aggravated by
a boy coming up tho stops of tho plat
form with one of those dreadful cigars,
"Hero's one of your cigars, Mr.
Though I never afterwards put cigars
in my hat or cap when going to a meet
ing, I am ashamed to say it was some
time after before I gave up cigars alto
gcther. ' '
Why We Commence Dinner with Soup.
The rationale ul tlio initial soup has
often been discussed ; somo regard it
as calculated to diminish digestive
power, .on the theory that so much fluid
taken at first dilutes tho gastric juices.
Jint there appears to bo no foundation
for this belief. A clear soup almost
disappears immediately after entering
the stomach, and in no way, interferes
with the gastric juice, which is stored
in its appropriate) cells roady for action.
The . habit of commencing dinner with
soup has, without doubt, its origin in
the fact, that aliment in this lluidform
in fact ready digested soon enters
the blood and rapidly rofreshes the
hungry man, who, after a considerable
fast aud much activity, sita down with
a sense of exhaustion to commence his
principal meal. In two or throe min
utes after ho has taken a plate of good
warm soup, tho feeling of exhaustion
disappears, and irritability gives way
to the gradual rising sense of good fel
lowship with tho circlo. Some persons
havo tlio custom of allaying exhaustion
with a glass of sherry before food a
' gastronomic no loss than a physiologi
cal blundor, injuring the stomach and
depraving tlio palate. The soup intro
duces ut once in the system a small in
. bailment of ready-digcstod food, and
saves tho short period of timo which
nuiht be spent by the stomach in deriv
ing some nutriment from solid aliment,
ns well as indirectly strengthening the
organ of digestion itself for its torth
coming duties. .S'- Henry Thompson.
A Victim of Tight Pants.
Pants yet tighter and tighter everv
day, and it is all that fashionable young
men can do to sit down without a seri
ous rupture of thoir "superficial area,
as tlio weather reports say. Last Sun
day morning Dr. Jlipliammor, the ven
era bio pastor of iho Unitarian church,
was meased to observe a gentleman re
tain lu's seat whilo tho congregation was
being dismissed. The good doctor ap
proached tjio devout liniferer who was
apparently 'deeply absorbed in religious
meditation, and said:
"Do you wish to consult mo on spir
itual matters, my dear younjr friendP"
"Well, no," said tho practical hearer,
inn cautious whisper: jTvo bust mo
trousers, aud am waiting till the pooplo
are till gone before I Bland up. Don't
give mo away."
New colors, or rather shade's, contin
ue to bo distinguished by curious
names. "Zaiu-zaiu" is a deep green,
shaded to a copper-yellow; "col do
Sardinia" varies from a blue-black to a
peacock hue; "Maeeio" is a toad
green, shading off into paler tints; "VI
olutlo" is a brownish-purpln, chanim
to lavender; "Kvooniir," shades from
dark prune to a deep gold; "Barbo
lino." from rod-brown to Tuscan straw:
"(Jabos" from plum to cardinal, and
"Flatters" front a blulsh-sUto color In
to a royal purple.
i m i
Tho Bcotlon of tho Brazilian uh
marine cahlo from Para to Cayenne Is
uhoIohs owing to the 'destruction of iu
luaulation by fish bites. Examination
hotvi that the cable Is attacked hv
some powerful fish, whose jaws crush
tlio iron shouting of tho cable and dJj
place tho lunulutiug substance.
THE DAILY CAIRO BUUALETIN;
A stew or fry from DeBauu's 50 Ohio levee.
Mr. LowU.Beo.W.AO.M. A. Society:
n,... ft Your letter and check were
Vuly received. I was Indeed glad to receive
""Hi nvsvrnuimi for his family in your
my husband, proves a blessing
Wmm nV widow and rphans. One of
Iho beWir,..;., ilirV .... , ll0lp
wniiu n uii e;, win mm
shoos color nud shine without v
A little Waterloo Sunday school in is
was asked by her toaoher: " hat
must people do in order to go to liunv
enP" "Die, 1 suppose," repliod the lit
The amount of business done by
tourist agents in this country is enor
mous. There aro four firms on Broad
way, New York, that sell .:J,000,0(M
worth of tickets a year.
In London there are 7,092 public
housoH.and 4,425 beer houses. During
1880, 29,808 persons woro-approhendod
for drunkenness. Of these, 1",)M
were males and 13,870 were females.
It is probable that the southern part
of tho Territory of Utah will supply
enough antimony fur this country. The
ore mined about 110 miles from Salt
Lake City yields from GO to G5 percent,
When you see a fruit-peeling on tho
sidewalk, push it off into tho gutter; it
will not take long, and there is. no tell
ing but that the lirst person to lie dis
abled by it if it remains there may be
a poor man who owes ymi mi nicy.
"Dearest," said a Kick wife fondly to
her husband, "if I should die I wonder
if you would marry again?" "No, in
deed," was tho prompt reply. "I have
tried it once, and that's enough for
me." Sho was so mad that she recov
ered almost immediately.
Professor Pictet, the discoveror of
tho liquefaction of oxygen, has invent
ed an improved steam vessel with which
he expects to attain a speed of thirty
five miles an hour. A model vessel is
being built aud will shortly be tried on
the Lake of Geneva.
There are now in the United States
about lifty-six cotton-seed oil mills, of
. which nine arc in Mississippi, eight
each in Tennessee ami Texas, nine in
Kentucky (all iu Louisville), four in
Arkansas, two each iu Missouri and
Alabama, and ono in Augusta, (la.
"I just wont out to seo a friend for a
moment," remarked Jones to his wife
tho other evening, as he returned to his
seat in tho theatre. ''Indeed," replied
Mrs. J. with sarcastic surprise, "I sup
posed, from the odor of your breath,
that you havo been out to see your worst
enemy." Jones winced.
" "Dan," said a four-year old, "give
mo live cents to buy a monkey." "Wo
havo ono monkey in tho house now,"
said tho elder brother. "Who is it,
Dan?" "You," was the reply. "Then
give me live cents to buy tho monkey
somo nuts." The brother could not
In Spain a villago priest preaching
on the miracle of tho loaves and fishes
uiado n mistako, saying that live thous
and loaves and lishes sullicod for live
neisons. "And did they not suffer
from iudigestion?" asked a wag of tho
priest after tho sermon was over.
"No." replied the latter, not to bo out
witted ; "thorciu conoistotl tlio uili-
The marblo quarries of Vermont i
have become enormous excavations, f
several being .1o0 feet deep, and lliof
oiuiiings are only slightly protected, if
at all, while rudo stairways down tho
sides of tho shafts afford the only
descent; yot there is hardly ever an no-
cident, and it is several years since a
fatal fall has taken place.
Two Irishmen were poring over me
news In one ot our cuypapeis, ami
coming to tho heading "Latest, and
immediately following it "V cry I'-'itiM,
one saia to mo ouior, "Air Mire, i on,
will ye bo afther explainin' what this
means?" "Arrah bedad," said Tim,
"an1 its nieself that can explain that to
ye. Sure the latest is what conies in
timo to bo printed, and tlio very
latest is what comes afther tho paper is
A . colored preacher in Louisville,
Ky., has found in his church a daugh
ter from whom ho was separated at tho
auction-block twenty-odd years ago.
He was much rejoiced, but. was a prey
to conHieting emotions when he learned
from her that her mother is still liv
ing, ho having been legally married to
another woman after becoming a freed
man. Hon. J. Milton Turner (colored),
late United States Minister to Liberia,
who has recently made a tour through
the Southern States, says the future
prospects 'of tho black raco am very
hopeful. Many colored men havo
farms of their own, and the chief need
among them Is industrial schools. Ho
declares emphatically that the South is
tho place for the negro, for he can there
engago in agriculture and bo encour
aged in It by tho people.
At a recent examination iu a girls'
school, tho question was put to a class
of littlo ones: "Who makes tho laws of
our GovornmentP" "Congress," was
tho roady reply. "How is Congress di
vldod?" was tho next question. A lit
(lo girl In tho class raised her hand.
"Well," said tho examiner, "Miss Sal
lio, what do you say the answer is?"
Instantly, with an air of confidence
ns well as triumph, tho answer came:
"Civilized, half-civiiized nud savage."
In 18J13 the French Government be
gan tho sinking of an artesian well at
Grcnollo, then a suburb, but now a
portion of Paris. This well was not
completed until February 20, 1811,
when, at a depth of 1.71)2 feet tho
auger, having penetrated a ledgo of
rock, suddenly sank in several yards of
water. When the drill was withdrawn,
tho water of tho well spurted 112 feet
abovo its top, and continues yet to run
iu a constant stream.
The tallust private residenco In New
York will bo ono now in process of
erection for William Piekhardt, at
Seventy-fourth street and Fifth avenue.
It will bo six stories in height, with a
basement, a cellar and a sub-cellar,
making nino stories between tho roof
and foundation. To balance the ImMit
abovo Iho curb, 120 feet, there will "bo
a breadth of C2 foot and a depth of 125
feet. Tho depth below tho curb Is 20
foot. Tho cost is eslliiiatod at f?2'J0,..
Queen Victoria, at Osborho," on tho
oiu 01 Alienist. ni'iiHoii m ii i v ul.
who fought in. tho tp Afghan,
J I) AY
" """ ' V it 'stmguiHliod
half past Rcv2,l"Y,nont " I II. o men
Kone Thcser'01 8 railroad ioglnient,
iiii Im.d n this end of tho lit Mj
Pillow and . .trotintWi -
k n, or somo t mo I" 1 ,
strong one. A nt t ice-Corporal
prayers of clirWorimnu, Jand Private
with tli church whwant of Iho
i , M" tho work has ?wly In n
the pastor, M ;aa BCC0i.
iui win duuu uu r.. j
Murphysboro. aau'g ujejai
, ). Col.Paramore.
tli last few v V
thev were dra.
,! easioo, oi ijiiv
' .p;Wt by moans of siuall
stitn... ie reoiurcs
these sticks to bo
counted, all moving tho sticks at tho
same timo and in tho same direction.
Unless tho pupil pays close attontion
ho loses the count and causes confusion
in tho class. This method therefore
cultivates carefulness and tho power of
observation. Mr. Peasleo especially
urges that the lirst thing to bo accom
plished in teaching arithmetic: is to in
spiro self-contidoiico in tho pupil, and
ho deprecates tho presentation of dif
ficult and intricate problems to begin
ners. Kainz, tho actor 'in the Bavarian
Court Theater in Munich, enjoys tho
friendship of Kinir Ludwig II. Ho
went recently to Vienna to visit his
family, and rodo alone in the King's
magnificent saloon car, which hail been
placed at his disposal for a fortnight.
Earlier in the season Kaiiu was the
niest of tho King tit Lindordorf, ami
on his return to Munich was laden with
presents of a choice and costly kind
a chased gold cup, two diamond-set
watches, a traveling alarm clock in
liijiin Ittzui, diamond studs, and chalK
drawings of scenes from tlio life of
What Causes the Blood to Circulate.
To what degree the heart is aided by
other forces is yet a matter of investi
gation. Probably there are several
forces assisting their carrying capacity.
They aro firm, elastic tubes, which ex
pand under the pressure from each
iieait-eontiaetioii, ami then by their
own elasticity contract and help the on
ward How of tno blood. In tlio smal
ler arteries tho How loses tho intermit
tent character it possesses in the larger
arteries, and becomes a steady stream.
The elasticity of tho arteries serves
precisely tho same purpose as tho air
chamber of any force-pump, that of
equalizing the ilow, and so increasing
the amount delivered. The whole force
is derived from the heart ; the arteries
cause the force to act continuously.
Tlio veins tiro lax tubus, somewhat
larger than the arteries, and capable
of' holding all tho blood iu tho body.
They convey the same amount of blood
us the la'ter, but more slowly. In tho
larger veins, however, near tlio auricles,
the velocity may be 200 liiillciuetres
per second. They are provided with
valves which effectually prevent tho
blood from flowing backward toward
the. heart. Any compression, produced
by muscular contraction, or otherwise,
will therefore assist the forward How ot
venous blood. This is ono explanation
why exercise hastens tho circulation,
the blood, as well as the atmosphere,
tending to ill L tho
vacuum during iu-
Physical capilary force is not gener
ally regarded as an aclivo forco iu tho
oiwmluiii.n. Hut tliui'o io an ndtuiltfld
force in the capillaries, resulting from
tho attraction of the tissuos for the ar
terial blood, containing tho required
oxygen and nutriment. "Tho vital
co alition of tlio tissue becomes a factor
in the maintenance of the circulation."
it is this forco, primarily, which adapts
the amount of blood tho varying needs
oi any organ ; the nervous system regu
lates tho supply by varying tho caliber
of the vessels.
The force in tho capillaries, or somo
other force, carries tho blood, after
death, from tho arteries, whero tho
heart leaves it, into tho veins. Finding
the arteries empty after (loath gave rise
to the idea that they conveyed only air;
whence the name. It was this belief
which Harvey overthrew in 1620.
1 ' ijiili! r ,S'c( nrc Monthly.
English Dinner and Drink.
I thought the country folk tho par
sons and their wives nud innumerable
daughters, and tho provincial aristoc
racy whom we saw assembled at dinner
took the heat rather pihlosophically.
I could not observe that it made tlio
slightest dillVrcneo with the consump
tion of claret and champagne, of which
they drank Hoods. Don't tell me about
tho 12,0(10,01)1) of bottles of Zoedone
drank in Great. Britain Inst year! I
tell you that- England is thirsty for al
cohols, and that men, women and chil
dren consume tiiem in enormous qiiau
titios, from morning to night, and well
into night. How it woiihiniako agood
Massachusetts mrilan who has never
traveled stare to see sums which nn
English family of means will spend on
its diuncrl And then after dinner they
iriuitiie oil, parsons and all, to theaters,
where they havo paid $2.00 each for
seals at performances which begin a
utile before '.), ami nrc over before 11
And then they come homo to the hotel,
and have supper -and lots of it. No
ices, have now nun men ai uiiiner; no
iced leys, waters, or sparkling thinnes
ses; but wines with bodies and liquors
wihi "spirits ' powerrul enough to over
come the will of St. Anthony. Itseeniei'
fo me that tho dinner was badly served,
out as the heat quite took away my ap
petite, I refused to bo guided by my ini
prcssions. of that particular iieeasion.
J'ho English imitate, to the outward
seeming, in theso days, tho Continental
fashion of dinners at fixed prices, served
in courses, but careful inspection shows
that the cooks regard the entrees as of
no consequence whatever, and concen
trated nil their attention on tho inevi
table roast beef or million. Tho fish,
even at the grandest of theso London
hotels, Is almost always detestably
served; soups, divided for convenience
of the waiters, 1 suppose, into "thick"
mid "clear," are rarely first-class; roasts
of gamo only fair. And in fruit Lon
don is a century behind Paris. Lou
A humorist, embittered by long and
fiendish pursuit of puns, onco impaled
a baleful joko upon his wife at tho closo
of a washday, sho then preparing tho
frugal evening meal, whereupon sho
Kinoto him over his broad brow with a
Btowpnn. Tho dying man cried out m
ho loll, with a gloum of Immortal tri
umph in his eyes, "Stowpandous joke!"
and passed away to a brighter laud.
Hogging in Egypt. '
Tho maintenance of dikes and other
irrigation works would always render a
certain amount of forced labor necos
sary; and though It is repugnant to our
leeiings to rorco them to work by beat
ing them, still, as their own salvation
depends upon their fulfilling his duty,
it is a question how far this sentiment
should prevail in a matter of such vital
interest to tho country, among a popu
lation who havo always been accus
tomed to this niodo of coercion, and
who feel no disgrace attaching to it.
A curious illustration of this camo
under my notico while staying with a
friend who was engaged in keeping tho
canals in good repair. A man who had
persistently evaded his duties seemed
to bo pricked by his conscience, and
voluntarily enmo to him ono day and
said that ho was prepared to go to work
on the canal, but that ho could not do
so without being compelled. He had
never in his lifo workod on a canal un
til ho had been beaten, and there was
apparently something repugnant to his
feelings iu going to work upon. one,
even for pay, voluntarily; ho therefore
requested that a hundred blows of tho
kiirbuxh should bo administered to him
upon the sides of his feet. My friend
reluctantly acceded to his "request,
thereby breaking tho law; but tho man
roceived tho required stimulus without
a groan, and went to his work in a
peaceful and contented frame of mind,
as one who had relieved his conscience
of a heavy load. ' Ono could scarcely
require a stronger proof of tho extent
to which a population may bo ilcnuttt
ree by a long course of oppression than
tiiis instance, which is perfectly authen
tic, furnishes. Illnch-wmiPs.
The Improvement of Human Health.
In result of a somewhat largo ac
quaintance with tho facts held to indi
cate tho stato and progress of "human
health," 1 fear my testimony must bo
given to show that the iinproment
effected by science consists in a pro
longation of the passivo endurance of
life, rather than an extension of the
period of true vitality, or any i tiereaso
of tho opportunity for good work and
real intellectual enjoyment. Wo may
"live" longer, but our lives aro not
either happier or more useful for tho
excessive energy recently devoted to
the conversation of health, or the inor
dinate and laborious means taken to
avoid disease and death. It may,
doubtless be possible to raise humanity
to tho level of ono ot those wcictitihc
toys which approximate perpetual mo
tion, but expend their whole force in
moving themselves. Whether longe
vity purchased at the price passing a
lifctiino in running away from death
would bo having, I must leavo to bo
determined by the judgment of those
who set a value on our so-called sani
tary progress, which I, for ono, fail to
1 think men were happier and better,
and lived nobler lives, before tho pur
suit of health and the yearning for
longevity became a craze, almost
amounting to madness what to eat,
drink, and avoid, what to wear, where
and bow to live, by what means to avoid
infection, to keep off disease, ami to
escape death for a few weary and wor
ried years, are qncMions which so en
gross tho thoughts, if they do not era
hitler tho lives, of the multitude, that
tho proposition, "Is a sriit irv life
worth living?" has com t to be a subject
of serious contemplation, nod ono which
tho taxed and harassed community will
sooner or later bo compelled to enter
tain. Dr. .. 31. (rrunriUc.
Notes on Tarm Stock.
A run at pasture at night will bo
beneficial for a working team, but oth
er feed is necessary to keep the Hesh
hard and in good working order. A
netjihat costs but a small sum will keep
oil' most of the Hies, and prevent one of
tho most serious annoyances to the
working horse at this season of tho
year. The dry, hot ground may induce
feet troubles, making the hoofs dry and
brittle. Shoes should bo changed fre
quently or bo off entirely. Tho pasture
is frequently short ami dry at this time,
ami other feed will bo needed to keep
tho cows up to a full How of milk.
Fodder corn is excellent for this. An
abundance of fresh cool water should
be within reach, and shade from tho
hot miil-day sun. Give thorn the most
favorable opportunity for feeding in
the cool of the day, that they may bu
quiet when it is too hot to eat. Coup
ling season for sheep will soon be here,
and a good rum only should bo used.
A "j iu re blood" of the breed desired
should ho procured if within reach.
For lambs designed for the early spring
market, a Southdown cross is to be pre
ferred; the Colswolds give a larger but
less prized animal. The lambs .should
by this time bo separated from their
dams ami bo given a goo'd pasture by
themselves. The Hooks should bo
watched carefully that no disease, as
dysentery etc., make much headway
aiming them. Pigs are fond of green
food, and profit by a run in clover.
Pi its that !ome during this month will
be. ready as small pork for the holidays.
Tho pens should bo kept clean; a coat
of whitewash will cleanse and sweeten
tho interior. Let there Iih no mild
holes into which Iho pigs can go.
Clean swine makes sweet pork. Ainrr.
A Model Examiner,
Mr. II. tells the following on himself:
"I had the signature of one judge, hut
tho papers stickin ; i;i my li.,al feather
as a lawyer r quirod two; so, seeing
Juilgo Winglield (on bis way to Bed
ford) going up the stairs of the Norval
House, I accosted him: (iood-evoiiing,
judge. I am triad to see you sir.' 'Ah?"
said Judge Winglield, turning round,
as good and as sound as a a pine
apple, and, by George.! as brusque;
'ah! Good-evening, sir. What can I
dolor you, sir?' 'Ahem! 11 have one
certificate, and shall be very glad if you
will examine mo-that 'All right,
young; man. Come into tho parlor.
One tune is as good as another.' My
heart darted down into the corner of
my box-toes, and, wildly longing for
further opportunity to 'cram,' I stam
mered, (), another time will answur
for me, judge. I merely mentioned
ah! -next week, sir! ali!-tho train
leaves In half an hour, sir, ami -ah! '
'O, come on, sir,' said tho judgo, cam
lessly, but imperatively. 'Coino on,
young man. 1 can discover a d-d
sight of ignorance In half an hourJ'"
jqUHiivutCn May. .m.
- 30, 1881.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all othor Pains
No Prrpamtlon on curtli equals Ht. Jacoih On, u
ft mfr,iurr, nimilr and rht np ExturnHl Krtuedy.
A trial entullH tut dm cmnpHrHtivdy trill In if nutlny
of 50 On In, aivl twry one nuflt-rlng with p&iu
can hTe rhenp anil piti vi proof of Itaclftinu.
Direction Id Eleven Iaiikuhkm.
SOLD E7 ALL DRnOQISTS AND DEILEB8 IS
A.VOGELER Sc. CO.,
Hnltitm.ru 3t4 V. i.
TKsrniOM.US TO MU. FM.LOWS.
ATe Mio iiuili ri-ifni il r lra im n of the Mi-thi-1?
ilif t rliuri h in Nhvk SiuiIb Imvint! oerd the
lirepHriilion known an Krllows iuiioiinff ."-yrnp of
liyiOMuPiMilirf, -n Hri u ov .ir. iianii h j.
low. chi-ini-l, M. Julin, X. 11 . or havliiK kuon
rune tthrrt-ui it It- rto wen; l licili iiil, IxHevf it
to hu a n liiililc rum ')' for itie. iIIi-h-b for which It
ia ru oium-'iiiU'il
JAMKHU II EN N III AH, .! iHN McMt'KRAY.
pre, nil oiifi-rcucu I'.t pri-o . of t'oiifi-N-nea
W.M. S A IK i K NT. KIIWIAlt W. WEIUlALL,
JOHN A. .MOSIIKU, Al.i:X W. MCllOI.SON.
JOIIn W. IlnWIE, CUANsWIl'K .luST.
M'KPIIE . K. Ill KKTI. KOWt.ANII MOHTON,
YTIIU proprietor ha- li tt r from variona part
ef Urn Dominion, tin- I'tilt'-d .-uw awl from Kdb
land . ver If vtiii' Hi" a--rl U.uh lo ti ln coiilailn il.
whl' Ii i!l I"' cliown nt hi uiIV-- on application
Tliev rclnle 10 llie cure ol ili-ean- of tliu lunj.'"
heart, Moiiuuh, 1 ic.
Fellows' CollllMilinil Sjrilp " Htm Ijlio, lilleit
Speedily and perinain-ntlv ' ,.iW"ii of the
Iiidl'H. liroiichl'iH. roiii.isniiit.il.', ir.vm. iirontra
tlon. Miorliiep- of hreath. lmltiltiitiiin nl the In-art,
tri-inlilli'i' ol the lmiM Hi d Mml.f . phy-iral and
mental (Icprel0oli, orappellle. Iocs ol eueriry,
loan ofniFiuorv. and will run Uv improve I tit-
Wk-akein d function and oriiaii" ol t.-i hodv. which
depend lor health upon vul n n t nrv and involuntary
nervous action. It acts with vit'or. t'enllem-ss and
subtlety, ow lliir to the ciiN-ite harmony of It iu
KrediuiitB, akin to pure, blood it-clf.
Mil. I) IIV AM.l)lil'(-i.ITS.
TAR It AN T s K 1 .'", r I : A P I . I : I K NT Tit K ?" u k
the Hiillen-r Irnni it multitude of dieni..s. We an
swer; It will n move troiu the system the actlvu
cmiou of mosl ol tin-ilisi-iises that llesh li heir to.
It wont mend a broken limb, nor clorto a bullet
hole; but it may bu profitably used In atntnachlc
(Unease. It will do 110 uliu any harm, and may do
much Kood. Try it and si e if it wolit puit your
801.1) IIV AI-l.DKI'tiM.STS.
li A V A T? n TAV1 fll I'oet
i 11 1 jl 11 ' 1 ii 1 Jivn, eli-r.sald:
take ureal pleasure In r- i inn inctnl ini! to parents
the. acciiili iny of Mr. SwilhlnC. Sliortliiluo." '
HON. FKUN'AXUO WOOD.H. C
Said (lNrtio: "I cheerfully consent to the tiu of my
name as reference My hoy) will return to you fur
Ihelr fuurlli year nfler their vacation."
l-'omew IllustriUed circular addres SWITIliN
C. SI10KTI.IIH.E, A. M.. Jlarvaril L'niveralty
(IruUuale, Mmlln, Pa-, 1'; mile from l'hlladulplila.
innVrTirP'sl Articles ill one.
IlUl I IMl Millions in liai wvery
ITIc" l?C liody'a cliolce. il-piiK"
Oil1 J l iliO. culiiliii'-ie of other npec
lulliea sent freo. J. M. Hunter MaiiillactuilHK Co.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Agents wanted.
dV7r"T A Y I? ami exnense toiiL'ents. Outfit
P 11 1'ruc. AddresB P. O. V'lckery, A
A' w. t.earn Telei-rapby I Karn
I UlllIiT JlLIl to Slim a month, (iraduatxa
L'liaranleixl pnyliiL' oIIIcch
liroa., Januuvlllu, Wl
A DVEKTISBHSby nddrcHsltiu filCO. P. UOW-
I IPl 1. A l-O 111 Nlipiirn .triit Netil Vnrlr l-Mi
learn tho exact cost of nnv proposed linn of adver
tlHlnif in Amuricun nt-wspiiperH. ijrillO pane
piimphlot i t cih.
DIAERHOEA & DYSENTERY.
The moat aalonlahlnir rums of Hysiintery and
Dlarrhiea, hulli iinninn children mid adului, ary
dully reported by Uiu uso of
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
It appear to bn a anverelKii remedy. I
Hold by all drutftsliUi Iu tlio UulUid Htutei aud
W. P. DAVIDSON 4 CO,PropTletora,0lnolnintl.
Mnro-nn Tiuk Military AccadeillJ'.
Tho boat Iloya' Iloiirdliiir School Ih the Woat.
Treparoa for (olleitn. Hcientlllc Hchnol or II. ai
na. Location altracllvu and idovaled. heaalon
Zaint Bun HI, Hl. Hend for catalwiu to Capt.
Kl K1IIK TALCOTT, l'rln., Morgan Turk,
Cook Co.. 111. J
THE MILS POWEE
HuiuphreyB1 Bomoopathio iucilicB
Proved from miiplo capttrleiiea 1111 entire
suci-iK". hliiiple, Prioni, I', ilielent, mill
llellnlile, they arn tliu only iiieilluluuii
adapted u popular un.
i.iht i-Hiseii-!. mm. rritr. MUOR
I. Fever. ''onve'tloii. Inflammation, ;g,
i Wiirni". Worm l ever Win 111 Colle, .W
8. r ina Colle, or I ..eihiim of lufania, at.
4 IMlirrlien 01 1 iioiiri'ii i,r auiioh, . . .fc'.i
ft! hiseiiierv. onpiiiii, union t uiio, . :i
a. Cliiilera ,lin nun, h i ouiik,
7. CiiiibIi. Cold, liriilielillls, .
ti 'loot me he. I'licenibe.
. Ileadaebe. Kick lleailneliea, VerllKo, 1
i. i I1IH..11U Klotinielt. . . -J. hlj
10. iryKiiri'-m. " fa
II. Hiitinre)-il or rnliilul I erioua, . J-ni
Willie, too irol uie 1 1 111.111.. - .i
IX Cr.m,i:oiiKn, Miiuult lm uihlnK. .f
14. Hull llbeinn, ):rjl li, I riil ili-n. -'
15 Itlieiiiiinllsiii. Iibeuiiiulle I nil,, ..-
1(1. Keteraml Amti'.i hill, I ever, Auca, i U
111. nlnrrli. acute or chronic; '1 foi. i-n, wi
JO. W biioiilnu inijli, viol, in Hindi, .Ml
-'I. (.eio riil ilelilllly, I'liyo'l ei;kie n.
1- a. i. u ii'.-... -ji
11, , iich, in 11111 or 1 .111 1 1 ins , p
Wi Sertoli llelillll'v. Ppern. atorrhen. 1.'i M
.1. roiiirt , -.bm,,-mpi,,-iti,i-ii.
Si. Illsenatf ol I lie llellil, I ulpliiilniii, I
for sale liV ilniKKlfi,iir Keiii In- lln- Cue
OrSlllUle Vial, freii of elllirxM, Oli reei lplilf
price. h.-li.l for llr. lliioiibret ' ltni.li on
lllseasi', tVr., Mil paKi ni, mImi llluslrnleit
Aii'iri ns, r.iiininii , .iiiineiiioiiiiie
Mt-d. Co.. 10'J l uliuu et .N.,w lork. U
Give I iiKtiint relief audianDlnfallltila
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bol-t by l)rneyiUevi-ry wliere.
l'rlre. I! Ofitii-rbnf
Huuipl- aent Jti ' to phyhiclant
IV l Ni-ll-.tiu-ilter A I '1. Iloxtuia.
and 1tmiff'T-r. I
Kuw 1'utkCIU'. boluuiiiUJie)turi:rol "liuuifc"
?K ill -l il ,!'! Iir.nl, c III Hi' 1 i 1 ' - ' 1 I' I ii--
waI'I i II VN'Ji'i " Kit 1 1 "'
. Ic'iri if-w t H";r fi
1 Ni iiv- Fits rnar
Via .ill ttatttt A .Sil, l'lf"'.. " I .in
V .... f 1'.,. I ,'.... , . Il' .'..rt ,
.ItM Libia If tj-n 0.1 ,ii'i i-,i. .''i h'jaj'.f
m..(J'iv n.f. 1r..jitii- m,.i ti t.Mi bn'....'ii '.
f f .tertl'-it. Ilisv I .v 'fi rrn.e .- ". 1 '-J ' .
JI-. II. .! i tH" .1 ui'.'r. t'i ll;.. K I.I N K, V I
Ai'.l.;i.rhiiil:iu . I a. ui'i.uivilu-iM,
Fori il nr t Airent write ijulrti !T- rr'!, -v f-eo.
Helilin-iy r ): tlK-ll'lltf tli o-.t. i'l-, 1-
Wt H'lia 1'- ww-Mt aiid ll i' '- if, le-l--"
ti.ir-lh'e h.v-h ( nnl mi l aperf-it 1'i.orFrlM'.
f be P. TXollod Wire litlt Uiiai 'on Ave. j, , f .
3IIKAMONM Wlir TilK
CELLULOID Ey9 Glasses
Aitia tiii: UKST.
I Bocaum thoy re tho LMnTFST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STRONliKhT known. Bold by Opttclaos and
JeweUtt. Made by SPENCEIi OPTICAL CO., N. Y.
'-'Vii i Fi 1 1 i every con u try towi,. to toko a
permanent local a-.'enry for the cab: of oi;r teaa,
folfoe. etc., In parkaire. lo eotiauiner. Thin agen
cy reipiire no peddllnir and but a modi rate amount
of ao.ieltlnir. and If properly Dtanacetl wl I pay
from $'im to f l.WO per vear. Particular tr e.
PaoiM.a Tr. CO P. O. Box .Krjri. St. I.O-..1, Mo.
l ACRItABLC AnillII All IcrglDIlAIT. .
Thli wnll-kanwa prupaintl"!! It h.f'.'v ri-n nni.tnlri
fnr Djapvpalav. Ilnulwhr, AlrknrsM of Ilia
Mlonajtli. lM-eniiiiTit4ri. '-!tri.iii Arid I It,
Ulllltaaat-a, IflitlKrlal t'evrr. ll (.".
Uiu bl(Ki4 ar.il ri-rulait-a lie. I-".-!. . H u a fAv..r t
tn-4ino for children. Prir 1 bv A. t'sifcKa'
-J.VM, Cbtnmti, 2-1 Wck,-r mmi, S-, w York.
Supariur to Mineral Watera, Bjidliti FotHartkat
ITOii BAJJt Uf ALL UULMIMJH.
27 aSTOL IU;A,ITYS::'-UANr?Js
Only i!'). Adi'n-s DANIEL K lIKA'l I V. Wash
ington, N '
Parker's Ginger Tonic
Cure complaint of women ami d!e!in: of llm
tomach, bowi l. lunv. liver and kidney, and I
enttrelydillerent from hliter. Kinder essence and
olhertinlca a It sever intoxical- . fi's-'s and 1
alzca, I.arite avitiB bu in? one dollar 1h,
HISCOX t; CO , Chi-mists, N. Y.
Fat'd I)re. 7.ISSO,
Glvea t BriUiaiit, WUito and UU-ady
Hilbt. reilres no tr iniiilni', unit las'f fur month.
Hample wick 10 cts., H w iiA i" cts , J wick 75ct
postaRc paid. Havo three sires. A. II. and I.
Audita wanted. Address, METAL, TIP LAMP
WICK CO., 7n Cortlnndt St., Y.
10 ID MIOAL AWABDU
llin A ulhot A new and r,l M,l
Irjd Work, wrr An UhI thi tsmtanil
olinaimHt. iiii1imwihaIi1 to evnnr
DUkn.mitilUsI "llm HouuKwet tjfii
nrll.'nrnuiiin j" Immidin
nn rrncn RiDMin. AnllirMMnu,
full M'lt-IOIpp.oiintAiiui l"HUtlful
Uwl ank-ramurii, 2h prronrip
Uona, prinu unly KH i'imnl hj
amid niiw.Addmwi Pnabndf Mist-
FUflU TTTViri P 'r' lDtitulor Or. W. II. PAK-
. K Elt. Mo. Itulflach at. ilo-Wn.
CITICUKA ivi'inaiiriitly Chits Humors
of the Scalp and Skin.
Ciitlcura remedle are for aide by all ilrnKil"
Price ofCutionra, a medical jelly, amall boxea. Nic:
larije boxea $1. Cuttciira Kesolvenl. the new blood
purltler, ono dollar per bolllo. (. ullctira .Medicinal
loilet Hnup, 2Ac. t'utlcura Mertleiinil Shavlnn
Hoap. Pict.; in bara fr baiber and luree cotiHiim
era, fjncl. 1'rlncij.itl ilepct, WEKESAs POTTKK,
r"All mailed frco on receipt of prlco
A luiok of rare oriirl'iiility, rntltlftl
to naiu Itv. in pemrd t''c'7'. '"
love marr litre, bu hfMi ' l'w 'ir H 11 ur
.Z V i hJ i ra d-wlniifrt. Thii voliimo abound In
SSkfiiSthwiBiW r Information nd Inten.o
b Buiii. ,.,
lilimui w mil om;i i niiv.v, .... ---
culiir, rill I aeacripiiouiuiii.e,
CUKOY &C'0 Clilcajjo, III.
to .1, U. Mo-
I llllRarilipft. V
a a-- . . ii ...a
..ll1" li'U,..rlll,V ..rttt't.,.l.,or'
ll- .1 till"' !."
If 8 irx VI WM V. l'i M k
mmm 'T UIU l 111 m il"" " " "
i I alll II
czm ii i i 4nmn u ii