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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Feather Cake. Otio cup sugar, one
cup milk, one tablt opoonful butter, one
two ami one-half cups flour, two
k'uspoonfuls cream tartar, one tea
npoonful soda. Flavor to tasto with
nutmeg or ltimon.
Fronuh Cake. Fivo tumblers sifted
flour, throe of while sugar, one-half
tumbler butt r, one tumblor milk, one
tcnvpoonful soda dissolved in a little
wator i mix well ; beat three eggs,
yolks and whites beaten seperate. one
tcaspoonful nutmeg j boat all well for
ten minutes ; bake In a moderate oven.
A Quick Fudging. Split afow crack
ers, lay the surface over with raisins,
ami place the halves together again :
tio them closely In a cloth, and boil fif
tocn minutes in milk and water. With
a rich sun no it is excollent
Vermicelli Pudding. Two ounces of
vermicelli, throe-quarters of a pint of
milk, quarter of a pint of cream, one
ounce and a half of butter, two eggs,
one ounce and ;i half of sugar ; boil
the vermicelli in tho milk until lender ;
then stir in tho remaining ingrcdieuts;
butter a snnll tart-dish, and bake.
Jldiiiliotifi of Therapeutics.
Corn Fritters. Two cupfulsof grated
corn, two ogs, one cup of milk, flour
for thin batter, r pinch of soda, Rait,
one tublcspoonful melted butter. Mix,
and fry as you would griddle-cakes.
Jelly of Irish Moss. Irish moss, half
an ounce; fresh milk, a pint and a
half; boil down to a pint; remove any
pediment by straining, and add tho
proper quantity of sugar and lemon
juice or peach water to give it an agree
able flavor. Economical Cook-cook.
Flax-seed Lemonade. Four tablo
gpi onfuls llax.seod, whole; one quart
boiling water poured upon the llax
Boed; juice of two lemons, leaving out
tho peel; sweeten to taste; steep three
hours in a covered pitcher; if too thick,
put in cold water with tho lemon juice
and sugar, (iood for colds. Marion
Kentucky Potatoes. Raw potatoes,
peeled, sliced very thin ; put in pudd-ing-dish,
and cover with milk; add pep
per and salt and Icaspoouful of flour,
wet; bake till nicely browned; do not
put them in water after they are sliced.
Hroiled Chicken. Clean and split
open tho chicken, and broil it on the
gridiron over a clear fire. Sprinkle
with salt and pepper, spread it with tho
be.-t fresh butter, and serve on a hot
platter with a few fprigs of watercress
around it. Serve lettuco salad with it.
Dress the salad with oil, salt, pepper,
Chicken Pie. Take two full-grown
cliickous (or more if they are small),
disjoint them, and cut the backbone,
etc., as small as convenient. Boil
them, with a fow slices of salt pork,
in water enough to cover them; let
them boil quite tender; then take out
the brea-st-bono. After they boil, and
the scum is taken oil', put in a little
onion, cut very line, not enough to
taste distinctly, "but jut enough to flav
or a littlo ; rub some parsley very tino '
when dry, or cut lino when green; this
elves a pleasant flavor. Season well
with pepper and salt, and a fow ounces
of good fresh butter. When all is
cooked well, have liquid enough to
cover the chicken; then boat up two
oggs, and stir in, also some sweet cream.
Line a five-quart pan with a crust made
liki soda btiscuir, on ly more shorten
ing'; pwt in tho chicken and liquid;
then cover with a crust the same as the
lining. Make an opening for the steam
to escape Bake till the crust is done,
and you will have a good chicken pie.
About three years ago, on Whit-Monday
one of those occasions when the
Dean delighted to mingle with the
groups in tho abbey, drawing their at
tention to points of interest and beauty
that might have been missed by work-,
ing men, or explaining tho history of
particular monuments a woman and
her two children, boy and girl, were
lingering around llonry VIL's chapel.
They were not exactly belonging to the
artisan class, but poor evidently, and
with an air of struggling respectability.
As they chanced to come near the
Dean who had boon talking to others,
the woman timidly asked him if it was
" true that some little princes wore
buried in tho abbey." Immediately ho
took them to tho chapel where are do
posited tlm remains of tho two princes
murdered in tho tower, and spent some
little time t:lking to tho children, es
pecially asking if they wero learning
English history at school, upon which
tho mother answered with prido, point
ing to tho boy, "O, yes, he learns his
lessons, and he is going to bo a preach
er." The quick sympathy of Dean Stanley
was roused at oneo, and with that en
thusiasm which kindles young minds
and is never lost upon children, he said,
"Then ho oui'ht to soo John Wesley's
momunont. Como with mo." We fol
lowed iiiii to tho aislo whore the monu
ment is placed ono of many others
added during Dean Stanley's timo and
thero he pointed out to the small,
white-faod boy of 12 yoars old or so
tlw image of the man ho was to emu
late, and spoko of tho (joodness, earn
estness ami zeal of Wesley. Surely,
tho enthusiasm with which it was done,
shown in voice and manner, can never
be forgotten by those children, and was
as characteristic of the man we mourn
as was the quickness of his unfailing
sympathy. - Tht Spectator.
Do you think a small waist beautiful?
Look at tho (Jrcuk statues. We have
no more perfect standard for beauty.
Imagine what thoy would be had they
worn a tight corset. Why, we should
turn away our eyes, shocked at the
painful angular Hues that would replace
tho graceful majesty of those flowing
curves. Avoid tight lacing, therefore.
Stupid as is the mistake of the tight
shoo, it is wisdom compared with tight
lacing, which, loss painful, is more un
relentingly Indulged and, like a pain
less poison, saps the beauty, the grace,
thu life, from Its unfortunato victim.
For, besido ruining the (igure, It de
stroys the complexion likewise.
New York is enforcing a law against
young men sending their wives back
to their parents to bo supported. Some
thing turns up every day to brush the
rosouto hue and gaudy glitter from the
face of luatrlawuv.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, 'OCTOBER 1, IbB-l.
I wis fivo, and h9 wag seven KnUu sweot of
bluo eyes rnro.
In tho merry irolileii time Intiirniro, 1 "'if Htf
When nil think- wero nt 1 lie r liilirht hi, uii'l
Life' aky wun blun iiimI r.ilr,
Flocked with Chlliiliooii's ims'int fancies ami
unmilljwl will) A cure,
Id tbe kuIIoIcss sunny bourn lontf tyro.
Did a lenr sssiill my bosom, KuHe, valiant lit"
With itmiille woull quick dispel It, lonir
airit, lunar niros .
Bhe It was thnt would earer-s mc when all ot ti
ers did uphrnld,
And iiifuRO n my of minllnht Into ev'iy u:.th
In the happy tloetlntr h um lonjr airo.
Then, an Youth succeedi-d Childhood, biiiitf liifr
witb It hopes and f eai H.
When toiruthor wo us orphans, lon uijii.
Launched our luirk upon Life's ocean, alio It
wan who ihi'iiiurh our tears
Ever pointed to a haven vyhIUiik In the coming
Itriffht and ninny as tho hours low aio.
Now my hair Is tinged with sllvor, and In rev"
er'le I turn
To a imive I decked with 11 iw'i'8 lonii "P",
loii KBIT' N . .
Ero In niHTihoiHl, weiiry-bearted, I essayed
Plodding on lu Isolation; aud iiKiiin In vain I
For thy solace, Katie sweet, of lna ncco.
She is beautiful," mused Mr. Ilether
ington, as be approached tho residence
of the lady who occupied his thoughts
"beautiful aud good 1 should fancy.
The manner in which sho spuko of her
companion an old school-fellow, who
has experienced reverse of fortune,
and to whom sho lias friven a peaceful
homo was generous and womanly and
kind. Tho girl is lovely enough to
have excited jealous fears in tho breast
of a less noble woman I myself was
conscious of a strange fascinated inter
est in her on that one occasion when
we met, and would gladly have met
her again, and known her better. If
Miss Isabel favors me, ius she has given
me causo to believe, tho decision was
lucky for her; for her palo sweet com
panion might have rivalled her, in my
estimation at least. I believe 1 should
havo proposed to Isabel before this, had
I not seen that fair girl. And what
folly that would have been after all a
poor pretty nob idy, with a poverty
stricken family, of whom I might have
felt ashamed. Isabel says thai, for all
her beauty and grace, the girl is of low
Ho was at the door of Miss Spencer's
residence, as his soliloquy came to an
end, and, found tho household in strange
excitement and disorder there had
been a robbery, tho servant who ad
mitted him informed him. Miss Spen
cer had lost a valuable diamond ring,
and accused her companion, Miss An
nie Gray, of having stolen it.
Tho news gave Ilctherington a shock.
Horror, incredulity, indignation pos
"The accusation is monstrous! Ab
surd!" ho cried, and pushing tho ser
vant aside, made his way unannouncod
to tho drawing-room.
The two ladies accuser and accused
were there alone, but the door stand
ing open, neither of them noticed his
intrusion. Ho paused for a moment
on tho threshold to take in tho scene.
Isabel Spencer was flushed and an
gry, but with an uneasy ami anxious
air peeping through all her defiance
that struck the observer strangely.
Annie Gray, on the contrary, though
deathly palo, was self-possessed and
calm, with so high and puro an expres
sion of innocence and dignity about
her, that a carnal observer "would cer
tainly havo i oversed their places, and
imagined her to bo the accuser and Is
abel tho accused.
"I do not desire to charge you," Isa
bel was sayiug, with a doubtful and
furtive glance. "I would gladly spare
you that for old times' sake; but thu
ring was on ray toilet-table last nijjit,
ana it has disappeared. No ono but
yourself could havo taken it. You un
dressed me after I returned from the
ball; you wero tho last in my room;
your mother is poor, and with your lit
tle brothers almost dependent upon you,
the temptation was doubt'e-s very
great Only confess to me in tho pres
ence of a witness that you took tho
ring, and I will not even demand its
restoration, but will forgive you, and
let yon go unpunished; but you must
confess, or I must havo you arrested."
"I do not believe that you dare," an
swered tlio other contemptuously.
"You know that you accuse mo falsely,
and for your own purposes. Harold
Ilctherington has not proposed, as you
hoped, and you blame liissiranj e ih'ter
ast in mo for it. You think todis.:raeo
me in his esteem, and thus secure to
yourself a wealthy husband before your
father's failure in business is published
to the world. You see, I understand
you. It is true that tho ring has dis
appeared but you know, as well as
heaven knows, that I as much u lady
as yourself, know nothing of it. Voii
do not believe tho story of my low ex
traction which I heard you tell to Har
old. You know that I am Annie Gray
Linton, whoso father, Judge Linton,
was his father's dear friend. You Know
that his interest in me comes from Hume
half-forgotten memory of old days,
when ho and I, as children, played to
gether and lovod each other well. Ar
rest mo if you dare!" Her figure roso
erect and her eyes Hushed.' It is to
him that I will turn for help and jus
tice and you shall defeat your own
ends! Because, months a'o, when poor
mamma was sick nnd almost starving,
you gavo us help, and to mo employ
ment, I was so gratoful that I consent
cd to avoid tho dear old friend who
lovod us all, lest, as you feared, I should
Erovo your rival in his regard, and I
filievod that you lovod him. 1'ut you
havo forfeited all claims upon mo now.
It is I. not you, who will dietato terms,
Miss Spencer. You havo cast a vilo
aspersion on my character before y ur
household. You must call them to
gether and publicly declaro that you
wero wrong. If you refuse, I myself
will send for Harold Ilctherington ay,
even to my prison, if you dare to send
me there and from my own lips he
uan icarn air."
"He is informed already," said Har
old, coming quickly anil quietly into
the room, and taking Annie's hands in
his own. "My doar littlo playfellow,
have I found youP Now I know why
the sweet fa:o, even in that one brief
glance, was bo familiar, dear! Child. 1
have sought for you ever si nco my ro
turn, having heard of your father's om
barrassment and death, and hoping to
be of sonio service thank heaven, I
find you at last! Littlo sweetheart, you
were my piouiison wun at six years old
that's now twelve years ago you
seo I don't forget our engagement,
dear! Will von fulfil it, AnnloP'
Sho gazed nt him with grateful smiles
"You jest," sho said, "hut If, somo
day you ask tho question seriously, I
will answer you. J or the present you
do not believe I took the ringP"
Ho answorod by a reproachful look.
"What a question!" ho said. "Neith
cr does Miss Spencer believe it."
Then turning to that lady, who sat palo
and confused, with eyes cast down:
"A thorough search must bo made,"
ho said, "and will result in the jowol
being found of course. No dcubt, the
ring is still in your own room."
It proved so, indeed. They found
it entangled in tho knotted fringe of
the opera-cloak which Miss Spencer
had worn when she sat at her toilet
table; tho peculiar sotting of the ring
had caught fast in the silken mesh,
which hold it most securely.
Kxplanntions and apologies followed.
Annie's innoceneo was made clear to
tho household, to which sho at onco
bade adieu. A few hours later she
lay, sobb'ing from excitement, in her
mother's arms, narrating tho strangely
painful experience through which
heaven had restored to thorn a friend.
Harold Ilctherington did not take so
'long to mnko up his mind in Annie's
case, as ho had done when Isabel Spen
cer had laid her snares for him. lie
fore a month had passed away he asked
her, in earnest, that tender question,
which, at their first meeting, shs had
treated as a jest.
"Dear littlo swoethoart of tho past,
will you bring joy to all my future
yeiusP Will you bo my darling wifeP"
What her answer was may bo guessed
from tho fact that very soon afterwards
there was a wedding at which sho fig
ured as t ho bride.
Never was a fairer, sweeter, happier
bride; and yet sho was thoughtful, too
so much so, that, as they journeyed
awriv on thoir bridal tour, Harold
no' iced her pro-occupation, and asked
'.Surely you are not sad?" ho said to
her. Tho eyes that looked into his
own, the smile that answered him, had
little sadness in them.
"Only thoughtful," sho said gently.
"1 saw poor Isabel among tho crowd
in clwch, and she looked palo and
sorrowful. You know her father failed
last week. Let us help her if we can,
dear. I bear her no ill will; on the
contrary, I rather owe her thanks."
How Webster Took a Drink.
The route between Boston and New
York by way of New Haven had just
been opened, and I was occupying a
seat with Mr. Webster when tho cars
stopped at tho latter city. Mr. Web
ster was not well, aud, saying that he
thought it would bo prudent to take
somo brandy, asked me to accompany
him in search of it. We accordingly
entered a bar room near the station,
and the order was given. Tho atten
dant, without looking at his customer,
mechanically took a decanter from a
shelf behind him, and put it near some
glasses on tlio counter.
Just as Webster was about to help
himself, the bar-tender happened to look
up, started as if ho had been a spirit,
and cried "Stop!" with great vehe
mence. Ho then tjwk tho decanter
from Webster's hand, replaced it on
tho shelf from whonco it cmie, and dis
appeared beneath the counter. Rising
from tin so depths, ho bore to tho sur
faeo an old-fashioned black bottle,
which ho substituted for tho decanter
Webster poured a small quantity into
a glass, drank it oil' with great relish,
and threw down half a dollar in pay
ment. The bar-kocper began to fumblo in
tho drawer, ns if selecting some small
er pieces of change, whereupon Web
ster waved his hand with dignity, aud
with rich' and authoritative tones pro
nounced these words:
' My good friend, let me offer you a
piccu of advice. Whenever you give
that good brandy from under the coun
ter, never take tho trouble to make
As we turned to go out, tho dealer in
liquors placed ono hand on tho bar.
threw himself over it, and caught mo
by the arm. "Tell mo who that man
is," he cried, with genuine emotion.
"lie is Daniel Webster," I answered.
Tlio man paused, as if to find words
ndeipKito to convey tho impression
made upon him, and then exclaimed,
in a fervent half whister, "By Heaven,
sir, that man should bo President of
the United Slates!"
The adjuration was stronger than I
have written it, but it was not uttered
profanely; it was simply the emphasis
of an overpowering conviction. Quiii
Didn't Win the Bet.
The following story was told by Gus
Williams, the well-known German com
edian, during his recent visit here: Two
friends wero discussing tho merits of
their acquaintances. Said ono of tho
gentlemen: "Talk about mean men;
now there's old Sti'asslierger. Ho s the
hardest, driest, meanest old Shylock
that ever lived. That man! why!"
And thero bo stopped as if words could
not do justice to tho subject.
"You arc mistaken," said his friend,
"lie's not so bad; even the devil isn't
so bind; as lie's painted. Now I'll bet
you ifiO 1 can borrow .10 of him before
"Done!" and tho money was put up.
On posted tho sanguine book-iuukor to
his intended victim.
"Strassberger, my boy, how are
you?" nnd ho slapped him on tho back
of a faded ready-mado coat with a cap
ital assumption of good-fellowship."
"Veil, I vas all r-i-g-h-t. Vot's do
madder mit you?"
"Look hero, old fellow, I mado a lit
tlo bet about you just now; ha, ha! It's
a capital joke."
Urn!" said Slrassborgcr. "Veil."
"Yes, I just hot $10 with Smithy that
I could borrow $50 of you to-day."'
"Yes, that was tho amount,"
"Und you bet ten?'1 .
"That's what I put up."
"Veil, now look hero my friond" (In
a low whisper) "you go straight avajr
and hedge' Virginia Jity Chroni
cle. m m
A bass weighing soventy-nlno pounds
was captured near IV;'tsmouth tho
other day. Perhaps '.( was u boublo
Tho nmyorof Port Huron, Mich., ac
knowledges cash receipts of $121,000, and
states that no more clothing is needed, but
seed and provisions are imperatively re
quired. Tho mother, widow and children of Pres
ident Garfield left Cleveland for Mentor
Tuesday noon. The Field fund has swollen
Four of tho leading hotels of Toronto
have refused to receivo tlio colored jubilee
singers from' FiBk University who are to
appear there in October.
French troops to the number of 3,800
embarked at Toulouse for Tunis Tuesday.
A'hattlo took place noar Busa last Saturday,
in which the Arabs admit a loss of fifty
Tho Mutual Union ttlograph company is
about to lay its wires underground within
thu limits of Chicago, aud expects to open
its office in Dearborn street about October
A sakk and sure means of restoring tho
youthful color of tho hair is furnished by
Parker's Hair Balsam, which is deservedly
popular from its superior cleanliness.
Governor Plaisted, of Maine, was married
to Miss Mabel F. Hill, in a church at Exeter,
at fivo o'clock, Tuesday morning, in order to
take an early train for tho White moun
tains. Twenty-seven Chinese students, tho last
of those being educated at Hartford, started
homeward Tuesday. The fine building
erected two years ago by the government of
China will be sold.
For the vacancy created on tho supremo
bench by tho death of Judge Clifford, the
republicans of New England are putting
forward Chief Justice Gray, of Massa
chusetts, who would have been commis
sioned by President Garfield.
A grand-daughter of Thomas Jefferson,
Mrs. Maria J. Eppstine, was shown over the
white house Tuesday. She holds the sil
ver medal voted to her ancestor for drafting
the Declaration of Independence.
Tu.mojKS, erysqielas mercurial diseases,
scrofu:a and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindscy's Blood Searcher."
Crowds of people still linger around the
pavilion at Cleveland where President Gar
field's remains lay from Saturday to Mon
day, and a large force of police is necessary
to preserve order and to guide the curious
in line by the place which to them seems
Among the telegrams of sympathy and
condolence jvith Mrs. Garfield received at
the state department Tuesday was one from
Christopher Columbus, Duke of Vcragua.
Spain, and descendant and representative
of the great discoverer, on behalf of the
American Congress now in session at Mad
rid. Secretary Ilitt, in tin absence of
Secretary Blaine, suitably replied.
Nearly all the Apache warriors who were
engaged in tho recent outbreak in the
vicinity ot Fort Apache have surrendered
to Gen. Carr, and the unpleasantness in
that region is now over. A military com
mission will meet at Camp Thomas in a
few days to try the murderous redskins,
Eleven of the scouts who fired on Gen.
Carr's troops, are among tho prisoners. It
will go rather hard wi:h them.
'Sku. ions' Liver rills" have been the
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costiveness, etc., for fifty years.
The Rhode Island legislature met in
special session Monday for the purpose of
electing a successor to Senator Burnsidc.
There are a host of candidates for the
place, among them, cx-Gov. Tippit, Con
gressman Aldrich, ex Congressman Shef
field, cx-Gov. Van Z unit, George Pcabody
Wctmore aud Mayor Doyle, ot Providence.
Aldrich is tho leading candidate so far, but
is closely pushed by Tippit. The ballot
ing will not commence until next Tuesday.
The Highest Lake ia the World.
The lake that has tho highest eleva
tion of any in tho world is Given lake
in Colorado. Its surface is 10,252 feet
above tho level of tho s-a. Pino forests
surround it, and eternal snows deck
tho surrounding mountain tops. Ono
of these, Gray's peak, has an altitude
of 14,311 feet, Tho water of Green
lake is as clear as crystal, and largo
rock masses and a petrified forest are
distinctly visiblo at tho bottom. Tho
branches of tho trees are of dazzling
whiteness, as though cut in marble.
Salmon trout swim among thorn. Tho
lake is 200 feet deep.
Daniel B. Mellott, who more than
six years ago was tried in Fulton coun
ty, Pennsylvania, for burning throe of
his children, is again charged with an
act of brutality to one of his childron in
Bedford county. Mellott had given his
child a coin to put in the Sabbath
school collection box. It seems tho
child failed to do this and took thu
money home again. This angerod Mel
lott, and as a punishment lie hung tho
littlo fellow up by thu hels. Some per
sou passing by cut him dowu and sent
for a physician, but before ho urrivod
tho child was dead.
In tho seventeenth century, on the
continent of Europo, hoots wero nover
worn without spurs.
It is no vilo drugged stuff, nrofondinrr in
ho made of wonderful foreign roots. Imrka.
ifce... and milled up bv lor.i bomis eertill.
catos ot pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, pujro, otiectivo medicine, made of
well known valuable remedies, that furn.
ishes its own certificates bv its cured. Wn
rcfor to Hop Bitters, tho purest and best of
medicines. eo another column. Republican.
n. ir it. a. 7J . t lw w jTi. ; r.1 w
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soronass of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Dodily Pains,
Tooth KEar and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No rrepariitlnn on earth -im!s St. Jacob Oil u
ft titfr.turr, ultniilv niul chrnu KxUTiml KeUH'1y,
A trinl rnutiln hut the rcimtiuriitivrl)' trlilliiK outlRf
ru no I'vntN, ami cv.-ry nm? HillcntiK wun i.aiu
can hare chciip ftiid .-niv.' : i of lia tiaiuui.
Directions Id Klevrri Ijiiikuhkcs.
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AMONG THE LADIES
The brilliant, fascinatinc
tints of Complexion for which
ladies strivo nro chiefly arti
ficial, and nil who will take the
trouble may securo them.
These roseate, bewitching hoes
follow the use of Hasan's Mag
nolia Malm a delicate, harm
less anil always reliable article.
Sold by all druggists.
The Magnolia Halm conceals
every blemish, removes Sal
lowness, Tan, Iledness, Erup
tions, nil evidences of excite
ment and every imperfection.
Its effects are immediate and
so natural that no human being
can detect its application. '
fcprnlno. Horns, SculiN, limine, More
nr, minimal Imii, ItolN, lri-r, Old
Miren, loollmrwe. llcnilnrlip, more
Throat, A tli in.i, HuanriicvH,
lr., Ac, Ar.
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" iTovinp lnolf to bca nn'cssitr in utir'hmnp "
P. A. m.sTKKVM.T, X. It., Nhvill,.. I.fin.
' IUvo nscl larf; juanti!n of I'dNJi's IXHUiT
In my prwtli'p."
yin. S. II. HrfORD. Matron. Tl imn r.f rotitut
Children. " V o liii'l it ht tt!l ai h.iih iml utm
lul." ( Million.- rON'n .S r.XTnCT li Sn!,l tm:y In
bottlH with tho nainii Mown in th a.
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ilirectloim. lnm-t on havmu IDND'S i.TUA( T.
ItefUbO til lnntatioiiH g;il puMitiltu,
FVT.nT, rrii:i'AitATu")Ns or rovrvfi rr.
TiU'T COMHI.Nr.D WITH Till! H HhST
AND MOST M I.U.'ATi; IT.IUTJlU
roii i.awi .1' Hon mm.
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TullM (nam I. (ID 1 ktrrli urc TS
I. In Siltr
Tnlli't Kanpi'l rah, h)
Inli.ilcr (iilaKdCuci 1.m
Nh-kI Syrinc- S.'i
JIiiIIchIhI I'aprr... 2i
Minily Svrliiiri' $1.00.
Origin amounting to 5 vnrth.ncut urprcmi frca
cu rw.jpt of monr y or I'. O. unlcr.
$fOvn Nkw I'AMrm.FT with Durronr or orit
1'W.I'AIUIIOM, tit. NT l l.n; f,jf Ai-HJCATR TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. Hth St., Now York.
NEW ADVKKTISKMIi NTS.
TAIIU WTSKl.'IZI It AI'KltlKSTl'riiF.r'HHk"
thu imlli-riir from it mull it 1 1 t ; of iIIciiimh. Wu an
pworj Itwill runovc from t tic- i-yHlcni Ihu nctlvo
cmiHti ol moet ol I lie (lii.i'ii"t H Unit lli'oli It heir to.
It wont mend k I'mki'ii iliuli, nor clonic n bullet
hole; liht iMimv ho (irollni'ily lined In Moniachlc
(MnenHcH. It uill clo no onn imy liniin, unci may do
iniirli jjncnl. Try t tinil tux- II 'it Hunt cult your
SOU) li Y ALl-DJiTfiGISTS.
tiiktt xreitt pleiiHiiro In r romiiicnilliiu to pnronU
tlm accitileniy of Mr. Nwltliliu'. rilicirillduo "
HON. FKRXANDO WOOD. M. C.
8hIc1 clHH'i): "I nlicurfiillycon-unt tothuuHo of my
iihiiio iih reference My Im k will return to you for
llicclr fourth your after their vacation."
Koniew llliiHiriiiotl circular aclclreM 8 WITHIN
C. HIIOHTI.IIlliK, A. M , Harvard rniverclty
Ciraduatu, iM cilia, I'm-, I 'J mi I op from I'ullmlulvhlu.
TrTTNTTInHI 12 Articled In nno.
Jiv;it i jvii O Minium In uao
CT LvriA I? CI li'i'ly' I'lioice. 4l pao
InltlcH mil freo. J. M. Iluninr Miiiiiiliicttiiinir Co.
c;i r a l jiic i. in li Miriic or other hiric-
Cincinnati, Ohio. Ayotit - wanted.
A V ti1 A U iiii.l f.viiniiu.K. u....rt,a IlllfH.
frou. AcldrcHH 1'. t). Vickc ry, AiiKtinta.Mo
VnrmiY !nn mrn ToioprHphy I Karn 40
1 UUHii I'llil to $11) a month. Uratluate
i,iiui.b til. in1 iuitt .tniix.u Ailfli-iia Vul.ititlnn
brim., JancBvUfo, Wis.
AllVEKTlSEll hy acldrrimlni? (1KO. 1 . HOW
KLV (M) 10 Hpruco utrmct, Now J ork, can
luurn tho exact cot of anv vrojioxmi '""LI' ? . r'
llnlns In Amcirlcau iiuwKpupori. uriiw pane
painpulot 'i; eta.
U INFLAMMATIONS 01
KKW AI) VKKTI8EMRNTH.
THE MILD FO WEB
Humphreys' Homeopathic Snocilics
ll'rovecl from ampin ex purlcm-i, an rmiro
unio n, wioiiuti, rrooiin, uncii-m, ami
ili.lli.lili,. lliov uru the mile imni.iii,..u
tunpii'ii i poiuiur iiKe.
I.IHT IMIINC II'AI. K'IK. CTIIKII. TIIIC
I, Pnrrn, i'oiiKi'tlon, liillnmnintloiia,
il. Uurnm. worm mvit oiim ( ik., vl
5. I rtlnu one, or i iiiiir r intuiiU.
4. Illnrrhea of i lillili'i-n or Ailiilu . ..:
t. Ilynenli-ry, Cirlptiit;. milium i ollfl, . .:
s. f 'liiclttra Moriiiia, limiting, . . .iV
7, I iHltfllH. C'OI'l, jirolTrniiiN, gft
B. IVriiriilula, 'Jootlim In , l iiecnolie, . ;a
V. Ilimliielli-, Hole Hoiiil.iolirH, VorllKO, IT.
10. Ilvmirliain, llllloll Mnlliuoh, .4'.
II. hniiiiri'eil or I'nliilul rrrlnclM, 'f
il liilra, ton prolcine I'iHihI, fi
I I Croiil). t'ounli. IMItlenlt lireuthltiif, I;
14. Nail ft Ileum. I r)lu liiM, J.rnpi ion, ..''i N
iT, llliriiiii'illniii, Klieiiiniiile I uilin. .V.i I
a - .. J ... i I. ill i - t, . '1
10. rnrr an, iiiiir,. inn, ri ) I, iikhiii, " :i
17. I'llec. Mllii'l or l:l.-i cIIiik, "l IJ
ID. I 'aiiirrh. iceule or i l,r,,iilo; tnllin tiu, ti
Jl. loilllllCIB I llllull, I'll, Til I .fill
.'I. (,'oiieriil I i- I.I 1 1 1 v . I lijic I VVckuihi,
hlilliev lliti'iine. .to
H. irvuil In-hi I II -, Frx-riiKif orrliin, l.m
ti. I rlttiirv en Illicit. U mi iiik On' i:,il. ji
.a. Ili:'iir ol die II. nrl, I'hIiIIhi Inn. I.1'
rnr kiiIo ny ilrimKm.nr nt liy lie I w,
omlllKll' Vial, free of cliano-, on reei ll.t 1,1
iirleo. N'lol lor Mr. II iiniil, rr v a' liixil, nn
lllK, ne. (ir., il II eHijeni, uIm, lllii.initi j
Al'lroKi, lliiiniihrev' JIiiimc oimllilr
Med. I v.. 10! l-ullou bl.. .Now lurk.
Br. S. Silsb oo ' s E rtcrr al File Us ncdy
Civi l Inntunt.'i lief anil an I n fnlllMo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
,6011 hy DrMic'i'tiiCvi rm hi-ri'. Prior, ) in per hot
iriicii hy iiiinl, riituij.li a. ut .lo l'h) n'!nii
nil illmilfor' t, hr )' N ,i -. 't. r & 'o. Hoc 3t
low i'uiktll. buluuuiiUJwilarortol "JaAii.
I. ptiV n
f-l IM- . "1 ' 'I ."'Il
ll.c i. l . i J V. . r 1 .
'.. I ij 1.1 11-... V
Vortiinrf Aivrit wrltemi'- ' T t'i. ??".
li n- 1' .r-ly 1 r. t lii.'.M..:,. ;. .. . I
l I 'if l'i In- ' "i I " . : 'v 'nit...
; i i t"h 1 i i'- I t irt ri D.iorV;.-,!"..
I T.'-'l'. I. (.ollc'lVtlroli, .U. o,-i ,UiAiu... 1.
J113AHONM "SV-JIV 'Villi
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
Alii-: tiii: iii:st.
Booatise tli. y arc the LIGHTEST, H.V.VDSOJIEST,
AXD STK"N(JF.ST known. Sold hy Ctjiticiaiu and
Juwelcrt. Mode hy Sl'ENCER OITICAL CO.. N.Y.
' t V'l'L' Ilt-An lrit.lll,'"i:t yoiinif n m. In
1 1 1 1 ' . ovcrv coniilry tow)., to take
permanent Jofal a.'uuy for tlio ca!o ol ot;r teaa,
rolToc , etc. ,lu t-Arkauei", tocotiaiimori'. TS.iiiaice.i
cv ri'iu'r- a no pHHIIne and hut a rnod. ritc nmo.inv
of I'o l-liiiii:. n'. If properly mariacetl v. py
triite J'oi to fl.imt per r. I'nriii n.ar froe.
I'loi'iKii Tka 10 . 1'. I). Il.ii crj,. -t. L.iuin. Mn.
At AaUUtlC AftiUIT All tEIliatlAIT.
Thii wclt-known j".prtiin It h i-t.lr rx--immiH4
fir l)yr pl. Ilfnlrhe, MrborM Of 111
NlniuArtL, aiiU ii r"ir,t'i;iiii, rm :t (ri.m A14ilrf
lllliounra, an l trtulurlnl t'evrr. H c .".
Ibu blCMxl Kiel rK'ilAlc IIk, t"W.'!4, lim far, r.ic
tr' J'nni. f"f chil lrn. fo- u, l by A. h'Atlui
IKiNH, Cbaaiift, 2l Blow-kir Mrvct, S'cw Toik.
Bopericrr toHineril Witrc, Sririlitt PwlenLttft
N K YV A !) V. Iff I K! ! ! 1 .
I? I.' A T'PV" OUtiAXS II
-1 .71 yi iirii 1 x 1 n fl...lU
Only'"). Addrect Il.ANIKt. K IISATTV, Wa-h-iuKton,
N . J
Parkers dJiiior Tonic
Cure" conipliiiiils of wotiicu and il'- ".oci of tlio
Htnmaih. hnwvlH, Iuiil'm. Iivor and kidiieyi1. and la
entlrelydlllorent from Mtter. itlnyc r nee and
oilier tardea a II aever tntoxli at" .'," t and $1
flKei", Larye Kavim; tiuvlnic one dollar i"lze,
IIIM'OX A CO.. t lumi-tK, N. V.
W tTA l. Tl P LAMP W U K i
PatMIIer. 7, 18SO.
Ulrea IlriUant, White ami Steady
Mirtit. reiireH no tr mmlne, uni!ar if for month!.
rniplc wick In etc., :i wick i"i c t" , i wickn Vfcta
ptntaie paid. Hsvc three "iec, A. H. and I).
Agents wanted. Addrei"', MKTAL TIP LAMP
WH'K CO., Vnrortlanilt St.. N . V.
cliit, ifidiaiM.DhiUilH I., rrf
m An, entitled "ticn Howrcriflnf I jf
orlxIM'reanrTatKin hound in
flnrait Kn.nch maMlin,mnri.iiMHt
tM'l nvraruiKK, lib pnncnp.
Uncos iinr only Ijl.i'nirii hr
mad: illutrabflNAninli,. Ai-..nii:
cnil now, Aihlrwca l'Ha,odj Mb1
FUflW TTJY!rT r i Iiwtitciir lr. W. II. I'Alt-
Cl'TICUUA I'cniianrnlly Cures Hmiiors
ot the Seal) ami Skid.
Ciitlrura n tiiedien are for pale lv all druciriata
I'rlco of Ciitlcinra. a medic al Jolly, email htucK. Mc:
larice hoxua Jt. ( ullctirn Hemlvont. the new blood
purifier, one dollar per holt lit. ('iitloi,ra Medicinal
lotlet Moan. 'I'm. Cnttciim Modiriiml Sliavlna
rinap, l.Vta. : In hurn Sit hai hern and licrue coc.Httm
era, 5ctH rrinclpicl depot, WKKKS A I'OTTKK,
r"AU iniillecl tree on receipt 01 price
A hook of rnre. originality, entitled
The crnni orohlem aolvcd. Tho Indivlcliml care
fully comddeVod from thUat- of "T "P
to maturity. In peKard to cdiica.l in. I. m . J J;
love, mtrrloif. hunlncM, etc I low b r id lt
lirikhi? IhonUiTs r. ro Inform.tion and Intone
"V. ntUVm.' eVZ to J. C. Md-
cuiar, cicii ut il,
(JUKUlf&W., Chicago, III.
r ii,nf iii.'V 1 1 , 1- -1 1 f il.f tiii't
' Clif v. . . I , , , I :. li.
n-'i,t n CTnyrr, r ''It
fcHw 5 Nt -n..:iC:U
rfiJTV'T !".: - ' ' '
f 1 r j;. h .1 -.. r
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