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CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1881.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Pimi iiVthc Ilrnd.with a dull sonRntton in
tho"l.ii.'k iwt, I'niij imilor t he shoulder
t Hi 1 7 1 ijj ij es s aiterJeiitinR, with adisin'
rhnatiim lo exiutiotTof body or niinil
Irritability of teiiiper", Low apirits, Loan
til iiuii,orywith a (eidtnitof hnvliiK niK
loctid some 'lut j'Worini'H8. DiasiuunH,
'i'lutttnnp'o'f tho Heart, Dots before thfl
t jph," Yc-llow f-'kiri; Ifeiidache, Hetttlit"
ncss al iiisht.liiijlily colored Uriue.
rF THTSE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
f ftiOL'S DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTTTT9 PILI.S arr pi.ecliilI.yriilHtiMl lo
ai:cli i iiM ,iine il.mv i ct MK'lun'ImiiKO
lt feeUllir II l lltollinll HIlMlTer.
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TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
t.ittv lUiuorWHKKin chnnKed toaflUirviV
lli.li'K I iv ft niliili apple-ilium Hi' Mill. 1VK. It
linrmrtt lmii.nil cnlnr. u.'H lii.niiiiuiiieoiwly.
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Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
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HiilTorliuf from any fci
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vouuk, uitiTliit from
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whenever you feel
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wftAtaM- 18 hf timely lu. of
D. I. C.
in ou kImoIuI
Mu cure for
Ill tile "KifA,
you will (
iuho of opium,
If wn nw lm
ply wt'Ak an.l
loir cmrlt.'J, try
it i it may
life. It has
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Rwaart.r, V. T.
6 Toronto, Out.
THE GREAT CURE
kt It i. for U dlgeoMi of tbo KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It eleanae. the .yntem of the acrid poison
that causes the) dreadful auffortng whioh
only the viotlin. of BUuumatlaia oan rcaliae.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
or tbo wont forma of tills torriblo dlaeM
jave been qulokly relieved, In ihort time
ba had wonderful .ueot'M, and an luimonie K
sale in every part of the Country, In ban
dred.of cojii'iU liuoured irhnrea 1 nine bad
tilled. It In mild, but efllolorit, f'KHTAIN
IS 118 ACUO.N, butharffilraatnalloa.ee.
IF"n lraum',trrulln'ii. nud l'Ner
Mlii to all the lmDorlautorvaiiaof the body.
i The natural not 1 011 of tiio Kidneys I. restored, j
ian uvcr m 1'ieuiiai'u 11 uii uiouaotj, aim vno 1
Uowninmotefreo'y ud hcaltlifully. In tUla
way the wont duoaaei ore erodioatod from
nit baa been proved by tbouaande that
U tho moot eUoetunl romedy for cloarujinff the L
a . I .--Vi.4 iAllnia T .kniiM V.B V,
vuted in every houiuboid a a
Alwnvu ourc. illLIOUBft'KHtl, l ONBITPi.
T10N, IILES and all FEMA1.K Uiaeueee.
It put (in In Dry Vr tahl Form, In tin ran,
one r'i'kniri of nhloh make. AqiiarM inruicitie.
tu Liquid fnrm, very (unerutratrdfor
tin. d'invi'uiciirx vliiite who cannot roartlly lire.
I varrlt. Ifnctmrttlmrti'il fJlciCTsiine(urorm.
,1 orr IT OF YOl'K DUl tilllST. l'ltlt'K, 1.00
1 WKM.S, UU'lUUWSOS A Co., Pron'a,
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Opralns. nnfns, rVmlds, Ifrnlsrn, Sore
Hf. Wi fiminllsiii, Hull, 1 Irern, Mil
Mrt n, Tooniaclic, iJoailiM h, Norc
'J':ri:tt, A.ottiiuii, Htui rr'iioisN,
jiptiv n. rrno.v, n. r., urooiiwn. n. v.
"I'roviijf iter'lf lo loa 111 cihity In our home "
'. A. MI-STKKH.TT, it. I).. Xanhvillo. T.'nn.
" JlavcitiBOil hr! yuuiitiacii f l'0'i'a KXTUACT
In my practu
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riiliireh. o And it uiost c:(!lcm:loui and n
f Mtlnr - rOVn'S rXTftACT . M oi:y la
l".'liiis Kti the ii;imo blown In tbo nlmm.
It in uusa'a tu u olhcr artiirlps with our
ririM'lioirt, lMsint Ull havirii? I'ONfJ'S JSil'llACT.
l;:liio() ajl iii,!iatin;j nud auhKtituku,
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r-OWD'3 EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Et New York.
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DR. HAMILTON'S EUREKA
gy-lnr.lmt Mi-f aiid ('ITiTtn 11 pcTtnanont nrre
. C. 1M!IT, UDXruutStrwrt, Kcw York City.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vmtim of yontlitiil inipnidirico eanvng Promtp
turn l.'c ny, iWrruiu Ij, hility, Umt Manhoml, eu-.,
IibvIiik trwil in vum o cry iiku rcniwlv, ha. dia
covi'Ml a Unpin ' It cure, whlcli ho will w'nd KKKE
liiii Hli)w-Mjl.-n.n, aillrtae J, II, Kl tVt Ss
, 43 i fculicwti (St., M. Y,
Subjects for Tbouglit.
WouM you ro.'poct yourself, keep
your heurt and body cloan.
Would you itnln (holoveof afriond,
do not bo HiilliHhly exuetini?.
Thuro ftio thoso for whom money
dooa cverytldng, except to ninke honor
able men of them.
Would you cuin tlio eonndenco of
business men, do not try lo 8Uiport tho
Bhlo of your pinploycr.
Even poverty is bettor than avarice;
for wiiilo poverty wants many things,
avarico wanis everything.
It is not necessary to threaten a bad
man, for his own deeds threaten him
wiih a worsn punishment than you can
The mere lapsn of years Is not lifo.
Knowledge, truth, lovo, beauty, poml
iieaa, ' faith, alono can pivo vitality to
the ninchanism of cxistcuee.
There can not be a Hiirer proof of low
origin, or of an innitito iiioiuiiiuss of
diriposi.ion, than to bo always talking
and thinking of being genteel.
Every ninn has in bin own lifo follies
enough; in his own mind, trouhln
enough; in his own fortunes, evil
enough, without being curious after tho
affairs of others.
Ouo of tli greatest luxuries of Holies
is that they en;ilile yon to escape so
much good advice. Tho rich are al
ways advising tho poor, but tho poor
soldoni ventuio to return the compli
ment. As winter is never gone till the spring
has come, and goes that spring may
come, so man's old stain of siu is never
piwt till his new state of goodness has
arrived, and the tlenth of trcwjiasses
does but end that lifo of righteousness
may bo established.
In general, prldo is at tho bottom ot
all great mistakes. All the othor pas
sions do occasional pood, but wherever
pride puts in ils word, every tiling goes
wrong, and what may bo desirablo to
do quietly and innocently, it is morally,
dangerous to do proudly..
Proportion thy charity to the strength
of thy estate, lo.-t (.oil proportion thy
estate to tho weakness of thy charity ;
let the lips of tho poor bo tho trumpet
of thy gift, lest, in seeking applause,
thou lose thy reward. Nothing is more
pleasing to (lod than an open hand and
a close mouth.
Every duty brings ono peculiar de
light, every denial its appropriate com
pensation, every thought its recom
pense, every lovo its elysium, every
cross its crown; pay goes with perfor
mance, as elTeol with cause. Mean
ness over-reaches itself; vice vitiates
whoever indulges in it; tho wicked
wrong their own souls; generosity
greatons, virtue exalts, charity trans
figures, and holiness is tho essence of
Do not attempt to cover your faults,
but try to get rid of them. Every per
son does wrong at timet, and confes
sion is no now thing in this world. Ouo
must own that all is uot right, or be
como ridiculous as well as hypocritical.
Other peoplo will see, whether we try
to blind thorn or not; and just for what
wo are worth will they value us. Let
us all bo honest, no matter what else
we may bo, and not protend to bo bet
tor than wo aro.
Opium Smoking in China.
The habit ef opium smoking U com
mon all over China, but it is in tho
west, in the coinim-ativelv unknown
half of China west of the 110th moridi-
au, that it is most prcvalont. In somo
parts of western IIu Pel and eastern
Szeohtien it is all but universal; tliero
are few adui's in any station of life who
do not tako an oci a.ioml whiff, and
tho very streets of t he towns and vil
lages reek with opium fume. The
practice is there indulged iu tho most
open niauuor, and no moro stigma or
disgraco attaches to it than to smoking
Mr. Walters, her majesty's consul at
Ichang, made careful inquiries last year
into tiio origin of this practice, and
found Hint it had been indulged in for
several hundred years, long beforo
either the prosont reigning dynasty or
foreign merchants and their opium
were ever dreamt of, The custom
generations ago passed into the family
acra, and at funerals in the west of
China, among other gifts wldch aro
transmitted into the next world, by
burning paper f;tc similes ot them in
this, for tho solace of tho departed, is a
complete set of opium-smoking requi
sitespipe, lump, needle, etc. By tho
people thenisulveslho habit, so far from
being regarded ns a curse is looked up
on as a sine qnu mm fur a Chinaman
who wishes to make tho best of both
The wholo of the opium consumed in
the west is locally produced, and Indi
an opium does not conio higher up tho
Yangtsze than the districts contiguous
to the port of Hankow, nor is it import
ed by any channel into Western Ilu Pei,
Szo 'huen, or tho other provinces of tho
west Above and beyond the enor
mous quantity there grown for local
use. therels a largo trade in the drug,
mostly contraband, from west to east.
Indian opium h consumed in the pro
vinces adjacent to the treaty ports, and
being on expensive opium as compared
with nativo opium, is mostly smoked by
the well-to-do classes. Tiio common
people in theso provinces smoke the
nativo drug, which is either grown on
tho borders of Kiang Su and Ilo Nan,
or is smuggled overland from tho west.
All western China, therofore, and tho
lower classes in eastern China, snioko
tho native-grown opium. London
Westward the Ustbotio Taato Takes Its
Cincinnati is crowing more a'siliotio.
A Japanese pottery painter from Tokfo
has been hired to teach his nrt to tlio
female devotees of ceramics of that city.
His iiamo is iehiduska Kon.' It would
look well on a plate itself, but tho aver
age Cincinnaiian loves to cat his pork
chops on a platter which has on it a
picture of a green crane standing on
ono leg in a red alfalia field, talking to
a yollow goose circling in a cromo yel
low sky. Still, notwithstanding all this
rollnehu-nt In tasto, tho circus ngonLs
report that when they hang out their
inflammatory bills in Cincinnati some
of tho host citizens in tho town come
and sit on the sidewalk and gnze for
hours at the gory picture of the rhino
ceros ripping up an elephant w ith a
shoouiaker'g pasto horu.
Venner's assurance Is cool, if i9
weather Isn't . .
The Peanut Pirate,
There is a b iy on the passenger train
hot ween Detroit and Grand Haven who
speaks two languages fluently. On a
recent trip the passengers in tho smoking-car
noticed tho boy deeply engaged
in counting his money and his books.
Ho had taken out an armful, and laid
a book in the seat of each passongor,
to examine, and then wont around and
collected them, selling afow out of tho
number, and when ho got back to his
chest in tho smoking-car a suspicion
Nocmed to cross his mind that all was
not right. Ho counted tho books ovor,
u ml then the money, thou ho counted
tho money, and tho books, whilo a look
of deep anxiety rested upon his proud
though childlike physimahogany. At
length the look of anxioty gave way to
ono of doad certainty, and ho junipod
up and said :
"Some son of a gun has touchod mo
for a book!''
A dignified old gentleman in a seat
across the aislo, who would havo com
manded respect anywhoro, said:
"My young friend, you sooni to uso
a wrong expression. You say somo
one has touched you for a book. That
is a wrong connective, and you evident
ly mean that some one has touchod you
with a book."
"I moan just what I say," retorted
the peanut pirate, "and don't you play
me for no gilly, neither. Some snoozor
has put me in' the hole for a book."
Tho old gentleman oponeuVJiis eyes
in astonishment, and thon slwly re
peated, "Somo snoozor has put you in
a holo for a bookP"
"Yes ho has. I'm givin' it to you
straight, pardner, and you ain't got no
call to copper it, either."
"I haven't any call to copper it?"
asked the old geut'eman, groping in
"No," said the boy, "what I tell
you you can gamblo on, and you want
to play it open, too, every time."
"Hut 1 had no intention of gambling,"
said tho old gontloman, innocently.
. Tho boy regarded the old party for a
moment with a look of supremo dis
gust, and then said, "Look hero, old
man, what kind of food are you feed
ing nio on? What you want to do is to
go oil' and let somo hotiso fall on you."
And with that he picked up a tray of
hickory nut meats, and begun dropping
a moat in the lap of each passenger as
lio went his rounds.
"Curious boy curious boy," mur
mured tho old gentleman, somo mo
ments later, "f cannot comprehend
A Dinner at Samaria.
Lieutenant Condor, whilo engaged
In surveying Palestine, pitched on one
occasion his camp bosido a boautiful
fountain in Samaria, Whilo thcro the
hoad of a wealthy native family named
Jeba invited him and a friond to din
ner. "We found tho sheik's reception
room," ho says, "well-built and now;
the upper floor had a raised dais car
peted and furnished with pillows, and
on this we were requested to sit. Tho
host, dressed in a long white robe, now
appeared, and removing his slippers,
stepped upon the dais, where ho tapped
his breast, lips, and head, and frequent
" 'How is your health? How is your
"Water was then poured over their
hands from a brass ewer, nnd tho re
quirements of etiquette being thus ful
filled, dinner whs immediately served.
It consisted of twelve dishes, of which
tho first were lentils, toma'oes, and
vegetable marrows stuffed with rice.
'''Then Came kbeii, bowls of sour,
thickened milk, followed by throe huge
dishes of rice and meat; and lastly, tho
crowning glory of tho feast, what tho
visitors supposed to bo a kid dressed
whole. It was exquisitely tender and
juicy, and they ate of it with nnich ap
petite, little suspecting that it was,
what it afterwards turned out to bo, .
their own pet gazelle.
"No water was placed on the board,
but a slave stood by with a hugo green
goblet, from which each drank in suc
cession, each man us ho put the water
to his lips turning to his next neighbor
" 'Digestion;' whereupon tho other
' 'The Lord inci easo your digestion.'
A pious prayer not altogether uncalled
for under the circumstances. Pipes
and cotl'eo coneluil'.'d the feast."
Tho Malice Aforethought Broke Her Down,
In one of the justice's courts of Brook
lyn the other day a farmer was defend
ant in a case of assault and battery.
Tho plaintiff hnd no witnesses, whilo
tho defendant had his wife, and tlio
plaintiffs lawyer made up his mind that
it was u gone case. He was bracing
up, howuver, to do his best, when his
charge was read to tho defendant. Tho
wife was deeply interested in every
phrace, and her face changed from
sober to serious, and from serious to
horror as the reading wont on,
"Did thon and thero and with malice
aforethought beat, wound, bruise, as
sault and greatly dam"
"Hold on!" sho cried at this point,
"my huband never did that in his lifo!
I w:ts right there and saw il all. All
ho did was to jump out of the wagon
and hit tho man a clip on tho eye and
knock him into tho ditch."
"That'll do-there! there!" put in
her husband's lawyer, but sho wont on:
"Ho just hit him onco and only once,
and I'll swoar to it!"
Half an hour later, after her husband
had paid $12 fine and cost, tho woman
was heard to sigh:
"I'm sorry, John, but when they
wunt ou witli that beating and pound
ing and nialico and aforethought I was
suro you'd get twenty years in prison
and it broke mo down. You can sell
my cow this Fall to mako up for this."
A western cook, whilo drcssng somo
chickens, found that all of their crops
were short. This drought is torriblo.
A prospecting-drill is In demand In
tho mining regions. A Colorado man
says it should bo a simple affair, worked,
by hand, light enough to bo carrlod by
a man, and not cost moro than $25 or
$30,. as prospectors aro, as a rule, poor
men. It should bo capable of drilling
an inch hole, from fifteen to thirty
inches deep ; thoroughly practical, and
such as ono man can operate- easily.
Such a machine, ho is confident, will
find ready and romuuorativu sales.
American shepherds havo much yet
to lonrn in regard to tho management
of their flocks. For example, tho sheep
in Silesia aro never exposed to much
rain. Shelter and shade are providod
for them. Nor aro they exposod to
dust, for that Is known to bo injurious
to the fleoco, Tho greatest possible
caro iu taken in tlio breeding. Men of
experience aro employed to go from
farm to farm to oxamiue the sheep and
select tho best rams that can bo found.
Tho rams aro closely examined as to
their floece-bcaring properties, and all
but the very host are sold" off. Tlio
whole economy of tho sheep farm is as
perfect as intelligence and industry
can make it. A ton of wool Is worth
$750 at 35 cents a pound or $500 at 25
cents. A ton of wheat is worth about
$33, and of corn about $16. Tho
freight is about tho sumo for each,
and is thus 25 limos more for wheat
and nearly 50 times moro for corn than
wool. This is worth considering, and
shows how much belter it is to turn
coi'U into wool than lo sell it.
His Opinion All Right
Mr. L. Shifl'man, 20l Calumet Avenue,
Chicago, III., says: Having been cured by
St. Jacobs Oil, I recommend the same to ail
sufferers with rheumatism.
Tliero is still intenso excitemeut in the
Chicwro grain markets. The directors of
the board of trade have fixed the basis of
margin calls on November corn at 03 cents,
which will render necessary an advance of
12,000,000 on the corner represented by J.
B. llobbs & Co. Kecne and Armour are
still credited with running a wheat deal.
Relief in five minutes in evervrnsi'i rrrat
. j .r.
lfying, wholesome relief beyond a momy
viuue. i uro ncgitis irom urst uppMcatiou,
and is ranid. radical ami ncrmnnent. Chok
ing, putrid mucous dislodged, membiane
cleanseit and healed, breath sweetened,
smell, taste nnd lienrimr rostori'it f'nni.
plete treatment for. if I. Ask for Sanford's
Death to rtts and vermin, Parsons' Ex
Colonel Hock well's resignation of the su
porintendency of public buildings at Wash
ington, and tlio intention of Judge Advo
cate General Swaim to gi"e up his post of
duty, are said by their friends to he hast
on fears of Grunt's influence on the new
president. They were arrayed against the
stalwart hosts in tho Chicago convention
and feel that revenge may be dematidid.
It is no vile drugged stulf, pretending to
he made of wonderful foreign roots, harks,
&c, and pulled np by long bogus ccrtifi
cates ot pretended miraculous cures, hut a
simple, pure, effective medicine, made o
well known valuable remedies, that furn
ishes its own certificates by its cures. We
refer to Hop Bitters, the purest and best o
medicines, Sec another column. Repub
In the star-route cases, at Washington
District Attorney Cork hill seeiire 1 "in order
that two days' notice sli.;t;:i l.e Liven him
of any motion to quash the informations. A
motion to vacate this order was, Tuesday
made, and met with denial, whereupon
Brady, French and Turner appeared am
offered bail. The penalty for conspiracy to
defraud tho government is two years' im
prisonment or $10,000 fine, or both.
A UUV'H HA IK SAVKD UV ITS UfcK.
Burnett's Cocoaine will keep the hair in
a atrong and healthy condition by stimulat
ing tho roots of the hair and restoring the
natural action upon which its irrowth de
pends. Twenty years ago a single bottle
saveu a lady s hair in a desperate case
where evc-iv treatment had fniled: and
since t lint early success thousands ot cases
of Baldness, Dandruff, Loss of Hair and Ir
ritation o the Sculp have yielded to this
The superiority of Burnett's Flavoring
Extracts consists iu their perfect purity and
Whoso complexion bo trays
Borao humiliating imperfec
tion, whoso mirror tells yon
that yon aro Tanned, Sallow
and disllgnrcd in countenance,
or have Eruptions, lledncss,
Konghncss or unwholesome.
Unto of complexion, wo say
use llagan'g Magnolia Balm.
It is a delicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural ana cntranc
Ing tints, tho urtillciulily of
which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
manent if the Magnolia Balm
Is Judiciously m.
i i..-..e..,,.Ai'7.-j.si t -a
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 Foot
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Prrpnratlon on enrth rituals Kt. Jacobs On. U
ft MA.nirf, iMi;iiVatnt chritp Kxterniil llt'luedy,
A trial I'litulls tint the mminirutivcly tnlliiiK outlay
of AO CpiiCn, uiiiI every unti nufl'erlni? wl.li pain
can have rhcup and i.mi;vc proof of iu claims.
lilrectlonn la Eleven lAr.nmKt'.
BOLD BY ALL DEDOOISTf! AND DEALEES 15
A.VOGELER fc CO.,
ftdltittiorc 3td V. B.
IS A REALLY RELIABLE REMEDY
FOR WASTING AND NERV
After tiiiini.'rou experiment Mr. Fellows tmc
ccedeil i i irniliilti( llii enrn burnt inn (if Il pnpho.
pliite. wliii li Im- not (,nly r.'-tnrc'l him 'o health,
nut Iiac fincc In en f.muil ?a iit (.ecHful in the treat
ment of (li..-ne ctnmiini'L' Irnm U nf nerve pow
er, end coiieinetiily nni-:iilar relaxtidnn, viz:
Anhonlu lufn of vuiie, Ni'iinili'ia.
A tile mil
.x.'rvo'ix livhill v,
U tlonpitl CiiUL'tl,
I OI;'l-"li.lll Of t lie 1.111)?,
I'n'pil'iiion of tlio litiir!,
Fever and Acne,
I'erHoii livini; in nniliirlii'i ill-trie may protect
IhcninelvcK t roll) nltHi-i.c of lever I'V the ll-c of Fi'l
IiiuV ('ninnoiiiiil Mrtltinf I!1. linliliii'iiliiles. Il
tfllce.lH ill lolllliu' ' li'the. )t. lii ciilililc il to ward
oil contusion (lifor'ier". uii'l nei.eiilly comhat
The polnhle )lioi.ihi!o riinl the other life-Hiilaiu
hiKprlnciple" i i n 1 1 l' Fellow llypophophltc
are n carefully proportioned and en jiidicioulv
minified, tloittle ir action upon th'. nerve, nm
i-le and incinoriic In iiupariii i: vitality, Htrcimih
and henltliv action ih u'ei.erd.y titipnreiit within
twenty-four hour-, mid lie- t'lenl iliVctii eipcrielic-
i'd are ol n permanent cniirin u-r.
Ft iK SAI.K IV 1)1(1 i. I'lTS.
GRAY'S SFECIKIt: MEDICINE.
The tireiit Ki.ir
lii-h r ni.-il.v-. Ao
n n (nil in',' cure for
eperniHt .rrlieu. in
pol.-ncv an. I ail
dlea-' Hint Inline
HH .1 M-l'ie!,Ce
- - nin- iii ill i-ill, rr v , rr.
i... ... ..... 'fM-i
dlinne of virion, premature old ai;e, and many
other di"ae tiiat lead lo ninnntt v, j conuinptton
or a pnnnaiiire rrivc.
t-I'"tlll I iirlic-iliir In our tDimnhlet. which we
delac to eml free, liv mail to evi rvoti... tf"The
npernie .vienicine l olil iivall driu'i!!! at $1 per
lincKnif)-, or fix im-km." for S'i, or will h" eiit free
liv mini tin rcceii'i of -he money, hv adilre'iintr
Tiifc (;uav Mlcrm iNK :o.
lii kpa 1.0, N . V
Hold in Cairo liv 1'uul . Si hiih.
N ri W ADVEHTISE.M ESTS.
TAI.'HAXTSKl.TZF.K A f'l-.IM FN'TCl'KK?" ak
tnu ainierer irom a iiiuiiituile ot (llene. We an
awer; It will n ni"ve Irnm the viein the actlvo
raiiHi; nf mohl ul I lit. licence that lleh l liclrto.
It wotil nieinl u l.roken linili, nor clone n bullet
hole: lil.t II tnav lii' lirnlilnnlv ue(l in alriiiiaclilc.
illsenheti. It. will ilo no one any hiiim. and may do
lunch uood. Try t and nee if It wont pnit your
SOLD !Y AM.DKI'fiiifh'rS.
lake ifrcal, pleaiiro In r. cominendini; tn parents
the accademy of .Mr. Swilhlnf ShorllldL'e "
HON. FERNANI O WOOD, M. C.
Hatd (1SHU) : "I i lie. rfiillycdn'eiit totheusunf my
liallie a referenei' Mv li..,-. III ,.iin,n trt ...... r..H
. ,. ..... ...,r ,, ,,,f, IM lllll llll
llielr fourth year alter llieir Micuilon."
For neve llliiclruieil circular addre KWITI1IN
O. S1IU!TI,II)(,IC. A. M . 11
(Jraihutle, .M.-dla, Fa-, mi,,B fr, I'lilladuhihlu.
W I,' l lIIU lioily choice. ll-pai(
kill1 I IjlVk'. ciiliiloif -e of oilier miec-
illllie etlt free. .1. At. Hunter Miiiitt'iielillltnr Ilo.
Clntliiiiutl, Ohio. Ai;cnt wauled.
flj77T A V KA '( uml e.vpniiHe loiiKent. Out fit
F ' 4 t tree. Andre !', (). Vldo ry, AiiKtistii,Ma
VtlMir Afini I.earn Telei'riiphvl Karn $10
1 UllIIT JltH to $(Ki a tnonlh. (Jnidtiaieii
irunrnnti'od paviiiir o
brm., Jniietivillu, VVI
nl)lcen. Aililre" Valentino
Am'KKTISKKShy ad.lreln OEO. P. HOW
KLL CO., lo Spruce street. Now York, can
learn tufl exact cnt of any proposed Una of mlvor
tllnn In Anutrlcttu nov.paperi. rj(r-iuii pane
pamphlet Hi eta.
' iT- .v.. i .i ; -irt M
uMl i?Mi i E f I E II I .
THE MILD P0WEB
jHuiDphreys' Homeopathic- Specifics
i rrovcti rnnii nnitnt. exi.ericiicp an eiuirtt
I mie.-ei... hiinnie, rrimiut, Klllelenl, ami
I II1.II11I1I1.. tliev are the onlv inetlielue.
Iatliilcil to popular uite.
I I.IHT I'lllNI II Al. Kl . CUItH, I'niCR
1. Ketrra, 1 oiik't'iuon, iiiuaniiiiarion, .
1. Wtirin. Worm I rver W orm ( olli-, .as
8. ( rylnu Colie, nr 'IVelhliiKiif Infanta,''''
i. Ilmrrli, a nf lilldri 11 or Atlull. . . .4,
IL llv.enlerv, OrlilliK. Illltimai olle. . .
. rlinlero Mnrliii, vninllliiK, .
7. uiikIi. ' old. eroiiflililH ia
S. .Netirilula, lonlliaelie, Kiii'cfti'he, . ,ai
l. Ilenilneliea. Sick lleailuelie. Veriliro, '
' 10. HvxiiciihIh. MIIoii Slninaeh, :&
II. i"iiiliri-..etl (ir I'n 1 11 1 il I i -erioda, . I
14 Wliilea, ti) linifUM" l eclntl,. . .
11 rrmiii. i'oiikIi. Mnieult rinatlilm?, - .Sir.
II. Hall It til-inn. KrvHlpeln, I riipllnna, .
in lllieiini.ili.n,, Itl1e11111.il le I mi:, - '
Hi. l ever 11 ml Xaiie. I loll. I ever, Allien, '
11. rili.,Hllntlir llleeilliin.
H. I iilurrli. aeiile or 1 l:n hie: liilllli n.l. Ml
41. W llnniiliiu (iiiiuli . vine nl 1 oiidm, J"
VI. I. em nil Helilllly. I'h) ,1 Wei kill--,,
ertiui llelillll y, f penniiti irrliea, l."i
. I rilnirv. H enl, 11, -,tv piilnv I lie I'ed.'i"
.12. Di.ea.f. nl Hie lii-iu i, r,i! ilu-em, l.n
loir Hiile liv ilrinndMlH. nrH.-m hv the rnp.
il. Itl'llll-y IFIH.'ll,., .''
ornhiKle lid, free of eliaive. mi r. ei lpt of
iTlee. r-.'ii'l Tor nr. Ilutiiilire, ' IlimU nil
kllMPatfl AC. 'Ill liUhf'Ml. uImo I lln.IrM I...I
( itOilt.Kiie, H1KF..
I Ail'lrenl. Il'lltllilirev' Jltlllicioinllile
lAltd. I'u lO'J 1 ultuu bt.. .ev. Vork.
Dv.S. Silsb 3-3 ' & E sterral Pile Remedy
(iivi'liihtanti-i'llef and In nnlnfallltiie
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
pni'l ty ITU -Hl tl' ii ij" ill ID. ri 1. r, f 1 .,-' ,- r ; 1-
prtjmi thv nn.tl. Siiiriple. .ent fir' In i'M'nlctant I
tntt lllU!l"r rr, ty I N. iita('ir.er ' 0, )!nxSll. t
c iuIk.Ultj. t'llcaijuu-autu" r.ot 'MnuiMlfc .'
I.. K t f.-,-0 v p'n rrcri'.'it" , I o. t f-i ... ,ti, h't-h-
.l 1 ' e "Ml.. Ill ll.e '. ' 1 Oi.. 1 in;i t
rt.it l t 12 W..T' 1 v Ptl -. r '',, 1
..i 11. 1 'i ;'.,.-i:-. w h 'sc:!:""-. ''.: i co a y
r i" VT t .?) ' .('(I'n'ii.
I ' !'.'. r.i.ii.t a :l l.v.eii - 'lir.-.-i-l. A'. .,ty"''
t .c.;.(.v. Tout a-j. -.' I '"u! l-.tt:,-(,.-.
. 1 hi a t.i-., ui'v i j . ne t-v;ii .- -. '-i t::.'..
f il- ( .t I en- ft I- - I" l"i K I I N U V I
fcA-ell ..J'vL.l.ii Ji Cf'.i.l.UJi IVkOU,
m Frfnnl Air'ntairHti'iintili ! T t-IO 'T trrr.
ML ft' -ji'ly new i-.t'-l . llni arti.-.e te i. 1 ;.,j-ll.
f I Ini! I'd' f'-r i" w.'k a'nl all v :.i ! lni-. Iridic
t J l-ii't lil't f i.'i I nM at,n a frf. -t lh.or S;rli(;,
Hi .. T. T.U.I'ca WlrcLt'.ilcuiUn7tu Avu. 5. V.
mr- J 'T l." I'V '"! .T .T " f. I'l - -. -' u..
IlIAMONH "WHY TilK
CELLULOID Eya Glasss
Aiti: tiii: iji:t.
Bcauwt they are the UanTKST, I1ASDSOMXS
AND STRONGl'ST known. S-.ld by Oiiticianj u .
Juwe Urt. Made by Sl'EXCEIt OI'TICAL CO.. K."
V WT V I ,,lt' lhU'T.t younp n an
every country tow 11, to take
permanent local agency for Ihn rale of our let
coftVte, etc. .In parkaKe. to conninier. Ttna'
cy reiiilre. no peddling and but a moderale ainoa
of oddtiiitr. and If properly mnitaifed wi.l pi
Irom $Vii to $1 imi per yerr. I'Hrtictt ar free.
1'Koll.K Tca ft).. J'. O. llox .""Vi. hi. I.oula, Mo.
ki AOKtEABLt APWUIT All IffRIQlaAIT.
Thin wcll-linr.wn ireparatlon I. hirhlr rwimmonde.
for lyeitpa!n, llnadaM-faf, MrkneM of th
ftoinArh. Arel .11 .-ert!-v n t. tir 1. :nrtr "iii Aridity
IlillouaurM, n l nalnrlnl 1'nrn. li t' -d
ih. biiMiU ami rceulatv. Hih t w..!., Hm fori'i.,.
uifiicine fr cb.i,lrn. f'rr;ir. I kr A. KOhd
'INS, t'heuiU'J, if 1 Blocker Mreet, S'w l'ork.
Saperior to Minerat "Water, Belalita Powdert,eh
trOU BAUi BY AX4. UlitWilSTS.
27 STOP IWATTYS::f .,
)nlyt'0. Adilrem DANIKI. F UKA I TV, Wa
Inttlon, N . .1
Parker's (linger Tonij
Cure riiiiiplaiiit of womi'ti and (lieac oft
aiomarli. bowel, lunn. liver and kidney, and
entirely dillVrent from bitter, Kinder ef. nee a
mile rttwlra a It never Intoxicate. .Vict and
izes, l.urev navlne buvinc one dollar ize.
HISl'OX it t(J., t heini!, "S. V,
W KTA I. TIP I.A M l WICK
PatM I)er. 7, 1 USO.
Olrea Brilliant, Wuitc ud hutady
ltrht. rerpri no tr nimlnu', and !atf for month
Bample wick Kiel., a wick 'i'l ct , la wick "Sc
polait;c paid. Have three ize, A. H. and
Aeenix wantetl. Addre. MKTAL 111' LAM
n If K fO.,7tifnitlaiidt St., N . V.
0LDk MEDAL AWARDED
the Authnr.A uewanrl ifmat Mwl.
leal Work, warranted tin, Inoland
r.hnapmt, liiili.inm.alilfl Ui nery
nian.Bntitlnl "Oie Heianronf IjIb
or.Hl(-l,ri'i.rTrUiin ;" boand in
flnet hrtmeb mrulin.ninlKimi.
Kd enrrrvitnr, fr pn-nnrip.
Hon, price only Ifl.lifnent by
1 - - --u" n.'w.n.iumu, i ,.inou. oihi-
FNfiW TTT7;n V tnjrtiut.rr Ir. W. II. PAH,
LLWiil I a I OLLI . K KIU No. 4 llulllucb at. lkreton.
CL'TICURA iVrnianriitlv Chits Hiuiioi
of flic Scalp anil Skin.
f utlcura n inetlle are for ale by all ilrut'Eilt
l'rice ol Culimra. a medical iellv. niall bojie. 5H
larc lioxe jl. ciitirnra Heolvei:i. the new hloi
liurlller. one dollar oer bottle, f iillrnra Medtrln
'toilet Soap, 'Jdr. f utlcura Medicinul Shavln
Koan. ir'.ta.: in bar far ha her and laree ron.tli
em, Du,;t. Prim Ipal (iep-1, WKKKS I'OTTK)
rVAIl mailed free on receipt 01 price
A book nl'i'iirii iiriuln.tllty, entitled
Tin. .f.ni nrnhlcm iolvod. Till ll.divlt.Hftl Cftf
fully coiihldi-rcd from thoimoof rcjHUiHlliiilty u
to niHturiiVi in p nniun ru u-i.
1rr.l iMtirrlntfC. hulne. etc., How bread eate
are to be bread-winner.. The volume. alionnilH i
.iFiiiimr ilioiiLdit. rare information anil lutein
roiiiinon cne. Full liai:n colored plate each 01
m eeltl. Airttnl wanted everywlieru. Send lor rt
culiir. full decrlption term, etc., to .1, C. M
1 lT .. r A'
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" ;t iu .m'' ;,.t',, .,i
JL ti M w NtfiVE fiTOHEl
Ci"lirTl 11 pVtaMni TIM A
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