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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
What ii the Gain.
What It the Riiln?
If nnfi nlioiiM tun h mililo raoo,
And at tho iKf, wl h wra pare,
Win to I ho it ihI Htnl II nl hi years
A harviMt.tl 1 1 ol wiiHt " and ii'iiiu,
nr turmoil iiti'l or I'll if 1 trust,
Hleliwlib ill! Ill hop- HH'lil bitter fltH
And strife, ti'i'l Niifor. mill oifitBDluijii pain,
What in llio mil"?
Wh.it In tbe irnlnT
When h'Vlnirivni'hi..laMUiillt blirht
Tbr .inrh b 'mn wo 'P or irlxmiful ilium,
II plug mi in i-ey hi 1 ihioii't
V i-in ilt i.f b un ty h hI of ro-t,
tihto l ei ix'f Ht tti'ho I fur away
Unto Mia t-o II icsof itiu ilny.
A dig '1 it.' 'Hi'' Bh'-di'lPH rluln,
W'U il Is ttiu (fitlu?
Wn ltthi biI n T
T MI tor mm tlio or cold and toll
Ai r wnlii Mi'ii', w.icro wimla rfooll
miy to k iiii'r 'r nirtit Htnl roar
A li ii'l r eh ;loiurituin b foro.
Ami Hii.l. when ihroiiKh tiari thick and dun
The r t-kv const ui Ian Is won.
No bavun from tho ptonti-vi xeJ main,
Wiiitt Ii tlio gilti?
Wlmt Is tho (f iln?
T e nice Isw ii; we o .Iv llirht:
W'i e iniu r wnoro the HtormwindH fltrbt
We Kll ) lUl' win' to t'n i Wtl I Wlllt
Willi ml t henrU by the, whI a of i'at r,
Oiirbicili in tlilitffr In tlio Mill
Of liMtt itt finm'it f tTU inrht ami Man,
And ig tor nice and dura neat wiine:
Whit tstue (fin I
ITuomas 8. Coiltor.
TEE DANGERS 01 TLIETIUG.
Pollio wns pretty, and she know it.
Sho was iiuro-irl at Squire Kulrfo
way's. but s!io know it just as well us if
sue lnul been a tjuocn. Sho know oth
ers thought so, too, and though she
was cni'iigt'd or "all tho same hs en-"aginl-lo
Leonard Hopper, slio could
not keep from Dirlin;' with anyone who
showed tho least oVmio to flirt with her.
And Leonard Hopper did not liko it.
and they quarreled .and parted, and
made it up again not once but a hun
The flirting with tbe young men ho
knew was. bad enough, but thore was
Whenever 1'olty took tho baby
Squire Itidgeway's littto granddaughter,
and tiie initio of the family tip to tho
park to walk, slio was sure to go into
the pretty arbour that overlooks tlio
lake, and there, after a while, to be
joined by a young man - such an ele
gant gentleman, i'ollio thought, who
paid her such compliments.
Nobody knew about this but cook.
It was cook who told mo the story, and
over and over again cook declared that
she ought to ho ashamed of herself, and
that Leonard was worth twenty of that
Hut Edgar Montmorency was so ele
"And it is well to keep two strings to
your bow, cook," said i'olliej "Loon
nrd is so cross sometimes."
Thus matters stood when 4th of July
came near. Squire li'ulgeway and Ids
family were gone out of town, and cook
and Pollio kept house.
Gor.ernlly only one left the houso at a
time, but the Vourlh was a Bpeclal day.
IVillie, uud cook wero both going out,
p.ilue as to Uiko tho key iu her
pocket and bo homo first.
All was settled. Slio had made up
f i morning and tho tire works iu tlio
evening, and she was quito short with
Leonard when ho came on tho evening
of tho third, and said in a hositating
sort of way:
"Pollio, mother wants you to take tea
and spend tho evening with her. Will
"I want to see the fireworks," said
"Very well, Pollio," said Leonard.
"I'd tako you, if I could, but some
thing ill keep mo from going with you
"I sha'n't spend my time indoors to
morrow," said Pol'ie.
So Leonard went away with a sad
fneo, and Pollio sat crimping tho rt. files
for her culM, and thinking
Cook wriit out early in the morn
ing, so did Polli.;, but at live she re
turned, made herself smait. and went
At the corner she met Kdgav Mont
morency, and bo offered his arm and
took. Ler first to an ice-cream saloon,
then through tho strops, passed crowds
of men and boys, until they came to a
"I've got seats engaged here," stihl
Edgar: and Pollio, proud of her lino
gentleman, who could gtt seats amongst
"quality," mounted tho steps and took
"I'll stand behind you," sai Edgar;
"and give mo that great heavy key, for
it's what no lady should have to bother
with; it's too big. 1'eddcs, your pock
et is not safe in a crowd."
Pollio took the key from her pocket,
and her bum leaned over her talking
to her, and tho display began.
Thero were Hlars, wheels, and cross
es, eagles and banners; Liberty, and all
tho rest of il; ami as Liberty was van
ishing in a bluo fizzle, L'Jgar Montmor
"I'm going to trot you some candy,"
made use of his long logs to clamber
over tho benches, and was gone.
Pollio nal siill gaping at tho show,
and uttering "Olis!" and "Aha!" of de
light, and time passed bo quickly that
she did not know how long she had
been deserted, when suddenly the last
gleam of color dropped down from
the sky in a train of sparks, and pooplo
besran to move.
Whero was Mr. Montmorency P Pollie
looked about her. There was no si"ii
The crowd was dispersing, tho win
dows wero growing dark; but ho did
not come, and sho must wait for him,
lor Jib had tho key in his pocket.
' "".'1 hut her heart sank. Sho
Kr7 !nlan'1 & I'ollceman called
KkilW Bh to stay up
' Po'llin'" Wl4iU"" fr ",y coral'ny." Baid
"Well, he seems to have forgot about
you," said the policeman.
And Pollio descended (rom Ul0 , u
form bathed In teats, and with a W,i.
ful pi emen i i men t of .evil In her huurt
liurrie1 away homeward; but just as
Bho turned the corner, two honent,.fat
motherly figures waddled around it.and
came towards her-cook and Leonard's
"You've brought It on yourself," Bftld
, cook; "but I'm Horry. If you want to
see what has huppimod at home you'd
THE . DAILY
Tinnnnl hioiL im Lo goo VOll took 110
harm." said tho mother. "Ah, you'd
better have took toa with me."
What is tho matter?" asked Pollio.
'You'll see soon enough," said cook.
And Pollio, dreading she hardly knew
what, hurried along tho struct between
the two old women.
At last they readied Squire Ridge
way's house, and suu to Pollio's aston
ishod, that it was brightly lighted,
and that a crowd had githu-od about
"Now," said cook, "now, Pollio,
you'll seo your elegant."
And there, in the midst of a group of
stalwort policemen, thore, indood, was
Edgar Montmorency; and thore were
two other men; and all throe wero hand
cuffed, all throo uttering furious im
precations. Pollio screamed aloud, and suddenly
tlio truth dawned upon her.
Cook put it into plain English.
"You seo it was a pluu from tho
first," sho said. "Ho made love to you
to get information about tho silver and
tho safe, and he asked you to the tire
works to get tho key. I guessed what
ho was and told Leonard, and it is
Leonard that has managed to have him
caught at his work; and well for you I
know all or' master would have had you
arrested for an accomplice. Leonard
and mo knew. you wero honest and
only Just a fool. You ought to bo
Poor Pollie! silo siitlerod a great deal.
It was weeks before sho daroj to speak
to Leonard, though they met iu church
every Sunday, and sho thought herself
well and fitly punished, and told conk
that she should surely bo an old maid
now; but it was only six months from
that day when faithful Leonard camo
behind her and was drawing tho baby
up and down the walk ono afternoon,
"Pollio, dear, hasn't this gone on
"Oh, Leonard!" said Pollie, "I nevor
expected you to liko mo again."
"Ah, but I did," said Leonard. "And
sinco your master thinks I did him a
service, and has made me a present of
enough to furnish up nicely with,
shan't wo set our wedding-day this day
All that Pollio said was:
"Oh, Leonard!" and there wero
tears in her eyes, but ho kissed them
Tha Best Farm Horse.
Years ago. when a faster horse than
then existed was desirable, thore was
reason in tho attempts to improve tlio
speed of tho animal, but there is hardly
a doubt that tho good of the farmer has
been nearly altogether lost s;glu of in
the desiro to get horso? of great speed.
The best farm horse is the strong horse,
and ono that can step out livoly, ami
has endurance to get through a day's
work without groat fatigue. The busi
ness of raising fast horses is altogether
distinct from tho business of tho farm
er. It is a source of excitement to seo
a liorso-race, but when a f irmer
thinks tho horse be sees racing is tho
one ho ought to havo on his farm ho
makes a mistake. Tho heavy Norman
horso would bo more protitablo than
the ono that was simply a racer.
Kelief in five minutes in every case; grat
ifying, wholesome relief beyond a money
value. Cure begins Irom first application,
and is rapid, radical and permanent. Chok
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cleansed and healed, breath sweetened,
smell, taste and hearing restored. Com
plete treatment lor if I. Ask for Sanford s
Death to ruts and vermin, Parsons' Ex
Kissed for Lafayette,
A humorous variation lo the song
"Let me kiss him for his mother" is
hero suggested by a historic incident,
which, however, seems to have been
left somewhat in dispute. "About tho
year 1845," wriies Jo-dali Quiney in
the Independent, "in going from Bos
ton to New York. 1 fell in with a bridal
party. The gentleman introduced hiin
solf Hnd then presonted mo to his wife
and to her very pretty sistor, who was
travelling In their company. After
some chat upon dill'erent subjects, tho
bride turned to me, with an air of well
assumed seriousness, and said:
" 'I may as well tell you, Mr. Quincy,
that I havo long desired to mako your
acquaintance, and determined to do so
when I found you wero upon this boat.
There is an event wilh which you
wero connected which has caused
much unhappiness by answering a
single question. Did you ever kiss my
"Amazed at this singular inquiry, I
could only say that, without betraying
the past, I should bo glad, with tho
young lady's permission, to qualify my
self to unswer tho question in the affir
mative from that time forward.
" 'That would not itnprovo things,'
said the brido, roguishly; 'for the fact
is, that this pert young thing has al
ways givon herself airs because, when
sho was four months old, and you wero
driving through our town with Lafay
ette, sho was lifted up into tho carriage,
and, she says, kissed by tho general.
Now the old people who remember tho
timo, toll us that this notion of hers is
a great mistake for they are certain
that, while- Lafayette was shaking
hands with the men on one sido of tho
boroucho, ho detailed you to kiss tho
babies on tho other.' "
Tho cow Is wong. It is not her
mission In life to butt ivdlroad trains off
bridges. Her first duty is to furnish
tho basis of city milk.
Iluriiclt'H t'ocoaiue. .
A LADY'S HAIK HAVIilJllY ITS USH.
Purnett'sCocoaino will keep tho hair in
a ittrong and healthy condition by stimulat
ing tho roots of the hair and restoring the
"ttuirai action upon winch its growth de
pends. Twenty yours ago a single bottle
IICnil il l.i.t. .... !...! ... , . .
n1Jf ,mir in a (U.8j)l,rnic case
where every treatment had fiiilud: nnd
DinfiD Mint . .. .. . 1
V i, . 7 "'y Hlu C,'SH mousiimlH ot cases
orBttldnuiM, Dandruff, Lossot Hair and Ir
ritation of tho Scalp havo yielded to this
Tho superiority ot Burnett's Flavoring
Extracts coimiHtH in their perfect purity and
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBEIt 5, 1891,
A Dutch Oow Stable.
"Sunset" Cox's "Ilk etched of life in
Holland," in tho Independent, contains
tho following: At length, live milos
oast of Amsterdam, wo stop in front of
a square, pyramidal house, mobtly roof
ami collar. Its roof ia very steep.
We ontor a long hallas cloau as a wcll
scoured copper kettle in a Dutch paint
ing. Wo fiud In tho room many divis
ions, liko stalls. They are well sandod,
and shells aro scattered In the sand.
Hero and there nro nmny-hued stonos,
set iu tasteful fresco, and borders of
brick, painted in rod and black. Then
a pathway laid with carpet ovor the
bricks, and thou somo matting on
which wo walkdd. Tho long hall had
all tho nppoaranco of a varnished, ele
gant, decorated gallery. In rows
above (tho walls wero covered with
platos, pans, pails,) vessols of all kinds
of contrivance for kitchen and field,
polishod to a brightness whoso dazzling'
sheen is only to bo found in tho pic
tures to which I havj referred as illus
trative of Dutch home-life, or in tho
fabled diamond shield which Sponsor
gives to Prince Arthur in Faerie-land.
This hall of tho colors with its domes
tie, garnituro of scales, weights, ware,
shells, pipes, cradles, and tubs, all as
neat as a fresh laid egg is a cow-stable!
Ay, verily. This is summer, and
the cows aro out on tho yellow-decked
meadows. Their winter homo is decked
out thus cleanly and gaudily for tho
tho family in summor. Those divisions
aro for thirty-eight milch cows, and
certain conveniences appear, on close
inspection, for their housing beneath
tho glistening and colored exterior of
this summor dress. Wo pass into an
other apartment. It is cool and sweet
and neat. Wo ara conductod by a
young son, tint family being out on a
Sabbath excursion. IIo points out in a
few Dutch phrases, that sound a good
deal Emilish being homely words
this and that pieco of utility for mak
ing cheese. Hero aro fifty nico, round,
yellow, fat cheeses, salted down in long
basins and undergoing hardening.
They aro tho flamo seen in tho shops in
their bright red color, and when cut
as wo cut oiio of them for our lunch
gave their golden beauty to tho eyo
uud their lus'ciousness to the tooth and
Tho various stages of tho milk until
it reaches this delectable form are ex
plained to us, as lid after lid, is lifted
from the casks. In this cheeso hall aro
mirrors and other articles of domesiio
use. There, attached to tho wall, is a
knife to "sknido" the bread, and here,
hanging over a fireplace, whero smoul
ders sonic peat, aro two octagonal brass
medallions, ucarly a foot in diameter.
I asked their moaning. "Only les
sons." tho gentle youth responds. I
read them: "Die op (Sod rorlroudt he.cf
upieen Zerkof Sicca Ucboudt." '-What
is 'that Joseph?" Ho translates: "Ho
who thinks ot Cod, God will think of
him." A splendid lesson for any kin I
of factory, cheese or otherwise. Hern
is tho other: "Hooyom Huog lif t hard
tnarr boccn hic.r benedcis fid yiet."
The freo translation of Joseph is:
"Mount! Mount upward! Thero is
nothing below here!" How near this
translation comes to the spirit of tho
strango decoration in this establish
ment b'fc tlio learned Dutchmen deter
mine. I offered tho hoy a guiltier for
tho two lessons, and may hang tlieni
up in my committee-room at Washing
ton, for instruction, that tho members
"may bo thoroughly furnished unto
good works." Out of this resplendent
cow-stable, up a few steps and under
tho same roof, and we are in tho houso
Italian Emigration to America.
On this subject the Naples correspon
dent of tho London Timet writes.
"Attention is being drawn hero to
the constant and incroasin emigration
of Italians to the New World.' A largo
batch left Marseilles last week. To a
certain extent this may b) explained
by local circumstances, but, if so, tho
emigrants had left their nativo country.
'Statistics show us,' says a morning pa
ger, 'that 1,300,000 Italians havo loft
their mother country during tho last
ton years to soek thoir fortnno and la
bor in a foreign land. This has now
assumed a fixed quantity that is.abovo
130,000 annually. From 18H to 1870
the number was tho same as in tho pre
ceding ton years.' 'Emigration.' con
tinues tho writer, 'is an evil so far as it
deprives society of vigor and life; yet
it cannot bo prohibited, 03 every ono
has the right to work. And work
enough, ho contends, may bo found in
Italy. Look at those deserts of Sar
dinia, tho Tavoliereof Puglia, the Agro
Romano, and the Tuscan Marcmina!
Look at the wretched peasantry of Cro
inona and Mantua, who wander from
commune to cotnmuno with their wives
and children, exhausted by want, bowed
down with misery by tho paUayra and
fever!' Tho conclusion is that, so far
from thoro being a surplus population,
even more hamls would bo required to
cultivato tho iiumcnso tracts of country
which tiro now abandoned; but a Gov
ernment cannot do everything in twen
ty years. It is owing to this want of
labor that our large towns and Naples
especially aro tilled by miscreants
who prey on the richer classes, and
that, too, with a ferocity which might
make a savage blush, in a daily paper
I road. 'A thief wrenched a rosotta
(an earring with coucontrio circles of
pearls) from tho oar of Maria Turco,
carrying of the lobo of tho oar.' It is
not an uncommon act of violence.
Again, tho J'unyalo says: 'Tho uso of
tho revolver has assumed such propor
tions as to demand tho serious atten
tion of tho Govcrnniont and of Parlia
ment. Thoro is not a week in which
deplorable scenes aro not witnessed,
owing to tho practice of miscreants of
every class carrying a revolver. There
was n time when it was the luxury of
tho rich; now thore is not a bare
legged man who does not mako it his
companion day and night. Some day
or other people will havo to leavo tho
ground floors of their houses and go to
an upper story for thoir security.' "
Tho manufacture of butter and cheeso
by tho natives in China Is unknown, but
thero is said to bo ft growing! tasto for
theso products nnd demand for impor
tation. Germany, which had begun
to ship considerable quantities of its
butter and cheese to China, hns now,
according to tho Gorman OJjlciiil Ad
vertiser, boon supplanted by Denmark
and Franco. Cheeso from America is,
however, lu favor.
Salt Rheum fur Hcxenfeen years. Help
less for eight years. Unable to walk. Got
about on hands and knees. Head, face,
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
Cuticura Remedies. Will McDonald, 2543
Dearborn street Chicago.
Tho choice of reading for all who Iu
auy way addict themselves to art, tie
serves careful consideration. Many
minds in tho present day aro lost by
aimless miscellaneous reading inces
santly supplied by periodicals uud cir
culating libraries. Tho wholesale de
vouring of all sorts of li'cralure, espe
cially fiction, for which the vicious ap
petite is insatiable, seems to havo no
bettor purposo than to lill empty minds
and to waste awav tho time that lies on
hand idle. Surely, ono of tho first
things for a youth on entering serious
ly upon life lo determino is a systema
tic cour-o of reading, tho choico of
books which, while bearing somewhat
on daily avocations, shall bring variety
and servo for recreation, and with this
end I would BUggest some of tho many
forms of art literature. If tho studenls
desiro to niinglo amusement with in
struction, I know not where ho can bet
ter seek for tho happy combination
than within Hie sphere of art, wherein
fact and liclion, romunco and reality go
hand iu hand. If ho seeks adventure,
let him read tho exploits of Salvator
Rosa -painter and improvisatoro
among tho bandits of Calabria. If ho
is f nid of anecdote, ho may seek tho
origin of the painter's art iu tho ro
mantic myth of tho Grecian girl who
traced her lover's likone-s on u marble
slab, or ho can peruse the pleasing and
not quite apocryphal stories of how
Charles V. graciously picked up tho
brush which Titian had let fall on tho
ground; how l'hi'ip IV. took thononcil
from the hand of Velasquez and dubbed,
or. rather, tl nilied, the painter Knight
of Santiago;' or how, as a consumma
tion of co.id"seension, Francis I, re
ceived in his arms tho dying Da Vinci.
Coiniiiir nearer home, tho hi tory of
our English art, especially in the tinio
of Sir 'Joshua Rim noMs' wilh his bril
liant associates, Carrie!;, Sieridan,
Goldsmith, Johnson, Burke, and Bos
well, offers chapters so vivid in per
sonal incident that the novelist has sel
dom pentii d sanations more picture
sque and drama ic. And witNin our
own experienco let mo quoin tho sad
story of poor Hawlon, and by way of
summary of much more that ini'' t bo
enlarged upon, I will transcribcWords-wi-rlh's
noblo sonnet to the paint r:
Hitr'i 13 ' u" i a tliiL", f I" "I! t'r n'ive Art
(Whi'UitT the ii.s(.n - 1 ..f Muni she 11 ;e,
Op'ti-I i I", ii i vviih i-lli ie:i Inn-..).
Il'iimnd. tli -.ei-ilrc of a miii-l ic il lie rl.
Thou- Ii seiHInp. iet .11 their weakest part
J(e ileallf fiiejoi:. il to nrf mo
Knit .1 in 1 ne wli.s ers ol ill t lonely mono,
Wbile thiMvhu o '.vni i I a 0111s mlverso U !
And oh! wh n 'ii'turo sink-, ns ft ho mav,
'J'brou-'li In K-llv. il 1 ivusnrj ef ubseure ilia
trow, Still to Ii stroiiiioin for Ihn iTi.ht icwtrl,
A it III tho 8 II' H 111 i t f no il.-eiiy
Ilno'i 11 ' ctyiitiiniiin e 1 I wi'iik-iiiliule'lneB:
(Ireat Is 1 10 gn r, for ilie strife is b.ir l '."
A man has the power to make him
self what ho pleases. If he accumu
lates bad habits tho lime comes when
they are a nuisance to him. Tho habit
of self-control is but tho u"eimiulation
of continued acts of self-denial for a
worthy object, the repeated au'hority
of reason over impuls.'. j i nt ovor
inclination, sense ovor desire. Ono
who can govern himself with judgment
and intelligence, and without fe:ir, has
tho secret of all true power. Such
an ono can boast of liberty. IIo is a
freo man. The will of self-control
does not diminish, but constantly in
creases in strength, and thero is scarce
ly auy limit to its attainments. Too
few soem to realize this important
Son re folks will "go it on t'u iri.vn hook''
and afterwards bewail their fate, despite
tho constant warnings of the press. Not
so, however, with Mr. L. W. Stellwag, of
Springfield, Mo., who, in speaking with our
reporter, observed: I had occasion to prove
St. Jacobs Oil an excellent remedy for
sprains. I hprained my foot and knowing
that the remedy hail done splendid service
in a similar case, I sent for a bottle. The
confidence I had in the article was not mis
placed and was well rewarded, for in four
days, I could walk without any inconven
ience. That no physician could prescribe
anything better under like circumstances, I
am perfectly satisfied.
You can destroy every possibility of
happiness or peace of mind by taking
it for granted that every man's hand is
against you. Be constantly afraid lest
somo ono should encroach on your
rights; be watchful against it, and if
any one conies near your possession
recent it fiercely. ' Contend earnestly
for everything that is your own, al
though it may not bo worth a pin.
Never yield a point. Bo very sensitive,
and tako everything that is sai l to you
in tho most sorlous manner. Bo jeal
ous of your friends lest they should
think enough of you; and if at any
time they should seem to neglect you",
put the worst construction ' on their
conduct Mako no allowauco for their
private woes or perplexities, which
may divert their thoughts from your
important self; acton tho belief that
though their hearts are breaking they
should bo smiling and courteous to
you, and immediately bo "on your dig
nity" if they scorn gravo and pre-oo-cupied.
By this moans yon will bo
sure to lose their friendship finally,
and thus add another to your many
reasons for being unhappy,
Poi'Ui.Aii trial shows the worth of every
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tho great efficacy of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup i it has no superior.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, 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 other Pains
No Prcpnratlnti nn earth equals St. Jaomm Oil u
a niff.Murr, tmitr nutl chi tip KxkTiial Kvinedy.
A trial i-ntiilia hut tho rcimi'iiratively trlllitiK outlay
pf 50 Ctnl, and :Tory one piitli-rlriK with pain
can have clioap and pociiivt: proof uf lie claima.
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A ft er tiiiiin-roii" ii:;erimiiitn Mr. Ki-linwi" fitc-ceoili-il
ii. proiluf :m! lliii cumin tuition of II y poplin
phlti K, winch linn nut only re-tnml him 'o health,
lint hH cinri) l.een found o iirc-efnl in the treat
ment of iliHeaHe I'tiuniitiet: from lue of m-rvn pow
er, awl ronn-qiiciitiy mufe'ilnr relaxailou, vl.:
Aphonia lone of voi- e, Nuurul.'ia.
Ainemia, Ni-rvonn Dohill v,
Chronic liinrrUtta. Wiwupiii.; t oiiuh.
Dynpepni.i, ' 1" -'inn of tho LiiHC,
1'evi-r anil Aue, I' lip oinoii of tlio Heart,
I.ucorrhiiii. .,.!i,'.utn -holv.
Malaria. Met.! a! D.-presfifn.
IVrnntiK llvinif in malurlinin dMru-' may protect
1 liuiuci'ivi-fi irom a" i acb i 01 i-r m v 1 nc 11 .rvi rie
lows' t'oiiipiiiiiid vnipof Miephonhlii"i. 1'"
cm un ill inning y I m; r.' ' iiiii-i.'- 'i - .
off coiiiii'.Mnus iliMirni.-ifi. mid nucei'-fiilly combat
The (lolnlile pliiif oh ile. mnl I he other lifr iii.taiii
incprinciploiirompoKliii: fellows' lIypophoipliiii'i
arc i curo'ully proportion d and en judiciously
niliitfliol, ll,at ito ir action upon tin' nerve, nnm
cleN and inenihr-iiii-H in 1 111 pur It. l vitality, Hiretiu'tli
nnd heallhy action 10 -.. i-r illy apparent w ithin
twenty-four hours, nnd 1 -- food cm-cls cjpcrleiic
ed arc of a permanent character.
run S.W.K I'.V llHVI. LISTS.
DR. HAMILTON'S EUREKA
u'vik Instant relli-f and effects a permanent cure. -I
riiaranti aeurp every time, or money returnVd.
Ask your dhI'miiht for Ii. Sent on receipt of 1 .,
IX lloxea for l I. Addrewt
C. 1. BFT, ll'JFrout Street, New York City,
' luiclale diuW in
AM Sit-itn lircss'it,
.y "-- jj Wo- tw.ir I Ave.
TAKUANTSKl.'lHf A 'l-.HI KNTH'li'K ?" ask'
tie,- BUilt-rcr IV" in a tun II iitnie of discasei. Wo ale
ttwer; It will n move from the system the acllvti
rauso of most ol the dlscio-i-p that ll.-sli Is heir lo.
It wont mend a hroken lluili, nor closu A bullet
hole; hut it tnuy Im prolllnlily used In stomachic
diseases. Jt w ill 1I11 no onu any harm, and may do
tinich Rood. Try t unit huu If It ivont suit your
HOM) JiV AUDIUTKHSTS.
take great ; pleasure In r roiniuemllnir to parents
tlio accHdetny of Air. HnlthlnC. Shorllldcc "
HON. FERNANDO WOOD.M. C.
Said (ISHii): "I cheerfully consent to the uso of my
name as reference My hoys will return to you for
their fourth year ufler their vucailoii."
For new Illustrated circular address 8WITI1IN
C. MIOUTIJIUiK, A. M.. Harvard I'liiverslty
(IradiiKte, Media, 1'ir, ! miles from i'hlludulpula.
TMTNTirP'ti I- Articles in one.
II UlN 1 J'dt OMIIII'ins Iu use every
CILvI',l?e liodv's choice 4-t-paiso
O J f 1 Ill, cntiiliiL'iio ol other spec
ialties sent freo. J. M. Hunter Munu'uclililtiK Co.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Agents wauled.
T A YEA !l and expenses tonnetits. Olllflt
1 iruo. Adorers r. 11. iviiery, AUtiHta,.nu
VrMlllf "Win J'enrn Telopniphyl Kurn $10
JimilJIiUUl to fl(K) n month. Umdnutea
mmraiitecd 1 11 y 1 n l' ottlec-n . Address Valentino
llror., Jatiosvllli), Win.
ADVRHTISBUMhv addresslnii (UCO. V. HOW
KM, CO., 10 hpruco strnel, Nuwr York, can
larn tha uxar.t cost of uuv proposed line of adver
tlslns In American newspapers, ter-1011 paKU
puniphlut 2") cim.
NKW ADVEllTlhK.II JMH.
THE MILD POWU
j Humphrey s' Homeopathio Speciiios I
Proved from ample axprrlemn an entire)
success, hllliple, l-roinpl, r. lilt lent, and
llelinhlf, liny a''' tho ""1 lliedluliiuf
ailnpieil to popular use.
f.lH'l 1'IIINI II AI, NOH. CIIIIKS. PllfCO.
I. Kcers. ('oio!estliiii, liiMiimmatlonn, .2S
) Worins. Worm l ever Worm t'olle. ,wi
8, Try inn I 'olio, or TeeihliiKof luruiitt,
4. Iliart lieauf ( lilldien or Adulls, . .
6. Ilyseniery, Orlplnij, lullous Colio, . M
. I liolera Morliiis, Voit'lllnx, ;
7. Couvhs, I old, liroiiehllla, &
8. i liralutla, 'loolliiiehe, l-iu'etich. . .2
II. Headaches, Sick Hi luhielies, Vt-t'tlgo, !i
10. Ilvaiienala. lUlioiis Motnie l :X
111. S-lijriireseit or I'nllllnl I erloil-i,
L IV l.li... t,, uri.liisii Peiloils. .25
III frouii, CimikIi. I'Ulleiilt Urcathlni?,
II. Hnll llhei Krysl h.s. l.riiptioiiH, ;S
IS It hi'ionall.iii, Ulieiiiiuttle I'alnn, .US
Id. heternml ue,l hill, lever. Aifiiea, fill
17. IMIe.. Illliel ur I :leeillnK,
III. 4'iilnrrli, lu'ine or iliroiile; Intlueii.a, W
.11. Iniiii'ltiK onuli, vlolet'l 1 i'o .'Iis, .fill
ieni ri.l Mehlliiy, rhys'J Wi 1 kiic-,s. M
!1. K Id no v Illaei e, .ftn
H. Norton 1 I'eliilllv. f lieiiniitorrheti, I. no
11. I rinari eiil.iiess.wmtlhi the lli d.
U. I,s,-ce nl the lii'itrl, l"ilUi.nloii, l.K.
For sale tiydruKKlsls, orseni l.y tlio (111,0.
nrslnitle Vial, free of eliarin-, on receipt of
price. N'lid for 1 1 r. Humphreys' Hook on
lllsense, Ac., ml eiiH'-M, ulu Illustrated
( alnlimoo, l it KK.
AiMress, Hoiniilirovs' omooialhlc
Med. In., IOJ tullon el.. Aew oik.
Ir. S. Silsljoo's Estonal PilsEonod
Cilvei nuiant.'cllcf andlsanlttfalllhlo
CURE FQR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Polrl )y Drni'itt-r very where. Price, SI W per hot
firni'", I nv lostl. Kiitnpli-s Hi-iit fri' to l'hy.-lclant
indilistitf'-r- r,hy H Ki-nnticilti-rft fo, llox ftnfc
Im iuitily. faoluiuuluturcrof "Anakem.
t. K,'rU n'r t':i... rr'nicmn'i .1 Hm-Is. t ,tj bth
est i.i.-1 - 1 :i 1 1 01 ii. s in oit--.-.i 11 in.-., (0.-0 -si
s-..ir. s' -J IV.t:.f'- K.i-i. ' .).! o l-tt ii, 1 ;7h.
1 ey ii. 11 4, i.ik. w h ' mr.i: ?' i s (.0 ay
"I ti ji T' lnn-!' '5 n--ii'"Jl
h1 M ti
'i I M At LI ilf.R if t-l .I'll H- dire."! wl. .V''
i.i '.rili(.:i jw. Ti-sHw ami t- trial lsil.'i-,r,.'.
t .1 iti-'iM.tliev i.n)ouf tvt.r '.s. -. i1". '"I Mrf.ii.
xjl- m. i--I -T,rr l-'f-n to Ph. p. mm:,
i.. .'. o !. .' hi I !i...U.4s i a. O'i'. .1. o.m' M
Fort n no f Ajrenta wrOeuitfclr Ti rrlt"-rfro.
:i .1 iri-ly new i. ft m !Iii i( a-in lew i- .! l'roi'l;.
1 tn c l'i-!: fur fc"w.T-ir atnl ll ni.-.'-:''io-s.
It'uHitiiw H-ih "r l r.n l aio'f.i't Iioor bfrtne.
' I Ii.-1'. T.l'uik'l Wire Hell t o.it) "ill Avo. N. Y.
K1USONH WIIV Till!
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
Aitr: tiik iji:st.
B(.lauso they are lti LIOHTKST, HAXDSOMZST,
AND STlti AGKST known. Sold by OritieiAns and
JeweUre. Maile by SPENCER OITICAL CO., N.Y.
V Vrr I,1 1 -An inl.dlli.t yoiinjf n an in
' ' .11' I I i I ' ev ry country towi., tn tako
pcrrriane.it local agency for the sale of our teas,
codecs , etc. ,1 n parkines, to consumers, l itis agen
cy rc')ti!r''S no peddling and hut a moderate atnojnt
of so i' It i 11 tr. and if properly maiiiiKcd wi.i pay
Irom S'.it to Jl.i.o tn r vi nr. Psrticu'ani fn-c.
PEol-I.K '1'K ( O..I'. O. liOX Mi, i t, Loi.ls.Mo.
U AQktfABtl APUItlT AID IIFllCtUIT. ..
This well. fcriiwn jripartlon II hiphlT re-cninmsodsi
fur llyaftopal.-v, llrndorhr, hlrliana f ill
ftUimarhu snd uli rum nl aim sn.-ni; (rom Aoldllj,
lilllnuvor, snd nalnrlnl t'OTorn. H o.ili
in. blc.4 anil rTfiitfeivi tin, I. .hi 1,. U is a favnrit
ircdicioi. fur ch.l-lrn. Pre pir.-t br A. Il0iililuj
ri, t bo units, 2-1 lilecektr urt-.t, New Yolk.
Superior to Slnrrtt Waters, 8M1iti PoiHrrs, t
IfOtt BAJU BY Ail, I)ULt.It,TS.
N K V ADVKui'JMCilK.NTS.
27 STOP I,KATTYS,VrV0ANr?Ji
tinlv . Address HANIEI.K 1 1 BATTY, Wal.
iuii'.oii, N J
Parkers Ginger Tonic
Cures complaint of women and il s'-asi of tho
stomach howels, lung's. Hmt and kldtuys, and ia
entirelyilllleri.'itl from hitters. Kinder essence and
oilier tunics u It sever Intoxicate i"ct and $1
l.e, l,art;e nvintr hmlnir ono dollar ize,
JllSCt.iX .v. U).. I hfiiiist, S. Y.
ZHET.t I. TUj7.UIl"VuKS5f
PlM Hoc. 7, 18SO. 4Cl'
Qlros a IirilliaDt, WtUto and Steady
Hi-'lit. ietlre no tr mitiinc, undlaslf for inontht.
riumpte wick lo cts., :i wick tfi et , P4 wick 78c to
postal!!' paid. Ilavu three h'c, A. Ii. and I).
Airetila wanted. Address, METAL TIP LAMP
Mi K CO., 70 (tortlundl M., N. Y.
0l0u MEDAL AWARDED
tho A iiumr A uew and anut Mud.
teal Work.warranhid the Iwat and
cheA(Mtttl, intlisiMuiKiUilot.1 ..venr
lnan,intltlel HuuniMlof ljr
or.Hilf l'rirTivOon bounilia
finit Frunch miuhn, onilsMHsl.
ntiMtl 0nxravinaa, lil! pnwerip.
Uons, pries) only l i')-nt hjr
Mni1 nnw.Ai1f1r.iHB 1'nAlioriT Mwl.
FMflW nTVQri P toal lnstitulor lr. W. II I'Alt-
Cl'TICEKA iVi iiiaiiriitly Ciurs Huniora
of thft Sculp and Skin.
('ntlrurn reiimdles are for sale by nil drtiuRtal
Price of Culieura.a medlrnl Jelly, small hole, 6oc.j
larife hoxe 1. Ctillcura Kesolvent, the new Mood
purifier, one dollar pur hottle. Cntlcurn .Medicinal
loili-t SSonp, ir'C. Cuticura Medicinal Hhavlii(
Soup, Kiel.; in hars fr ha' her and luru consum
er, .Vicl. Principal depot, WEEKS J6 PUTTKK,
llnston Mass, ,
- tTAll malted freo oil receipt of prlcti
A book of run) nri(.'liuiT ity, onlltleil
Pit ACTIO A L LIFE
Tim ureal prohlem aolved. Tho Indlvldnal caro- -fully
consid red from tlio b.i ol rosponslblilty up
o mi tiirllv, in poixard to education, hotnc, aoclety, t
love i m rial;... huslnesi, etc. Jlow hre.id ealurB
aro hrmid-wlniiiT. The vo umo abound lu
strll liiKthoimhlM, ruro liilormiitioii and Ititunso
coii.mon eiis. Pull paw colored plut-cU one
a irein. Anontii wanted ovorywheru. He id lor cir-1
culnr, full description term, etc., vo . v. mu-,
CUKIIY Ail u., liicauo, 111.
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