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While other linking Powders
are Inrgely adulterated with
Alum and other hurtful drugs,
ha been , kept unchanged in all
its original purity and strength.
The best evidence of its safety
and effect irencss is the fact of its
ha fin if r 'ceircd the hip hest testi
monials from the most eminent
chemists in the United States,
who hare analysed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher eheinica I tests, nor any
that, show sit gtod results by the
TEST OFJHE MEN.
it is a pare Fruit Acid linking
l'tuvder. Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, HI., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Mimi.n.o; urors of Lupnliu Yeait
Gam, Dr. Price's Spncinl Flavoring
Extracts, anil Dr. Price's Unique
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
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SYMPTOMS OF A
Lofmpf 'a PPPtite,NaiiBea, bowels coatlve,
Pain i5theKeBd.wiiHadtin sensation in
iEtTVack part, Paid' under the Bhoulder
bluet e, 1 J nossaf t e rjen t i n r, w i t h a d i si n
clicatibri "to"e"x"ertion of body or mtnrfj
lrrjtftbilitjrof temper, Low Hpmta, Losb
of moiuory'ith a feeling of having neg
lected some duty7wearine8, DivsiiueaH,
eyesrYqlldw Skfn, lleadacho, KestlosHi
iesi aVnight'i highly colored Uriue,
IT THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TtJTT'S PILLS r eKin''liillyn1nj)t,dto
Mil l) I'iim,iIiimIou i tVccta h.ii liai hliciKtt
of feeling; iih l iihtonlNli the Millerer.
They Im-i i-na-r tin AM'IH', mid canae tlia
htaly Id 'I'ltltK oil t'lt-nli. 1 1 II IK On- HVllHIll la
tium WiM'ri.iui 1 hviiM-irToiilc Ceiioiion the
Itlict-Mti wOi'icnna, It.-tinlitr MhI are pro
tin I, frier 2' '-cut. Kit Murray Ht.. S.Y.
WiVS HAIR DYE.
On a v II uk or WniHKrni changed InaOiosav
Kl.At K !) H alllgle (If Jlt'lltllll (if UllH Dvb. It
Imparls it m.tuiul color, aou-i InitaiitiieoiiNly.
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C niitiift.- roXb'S EXTRACT In aold on'y lu
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ou P'rapt df money .r J'. 0. orilrr.
MfViu Ki:y I'AMrin.rT with Uiktoiit or oca
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Ii rclnibiir.i'rl in un at nicMntim, li thumi ImuliUnl
Willi ik kldtn'.vii. liy n Jtiill' Iuiih iimi of IIKl,t.
tnr' Btomadi lllitcr", wlilcli Invlionilm and ,nm
vlatr. wllliuiil i'''.MIiiir Din urinury nruiia. n
conjunct Imi llh ll Inlliii'in'o upon lliiim, It cor
rout, artilllr, liniirovc u i . 1 1 1 , u')d In In every
wtycoiitltirlvit tulii'dllh ami ncrvn n'ioo. Atiotlt-
ur iiinikiiu iiianiy p n"vuiiiriii nvvr n.'ii:i 1..' "h11"
und ll. powiT nI iri'Vi:iilliiif ll. For ralo ly nil
uruKt'inU aim Qi'Mirr. ci'iiriuii'.
rt. 4i -is, iif'k if v a.v
"What fcr Dinner?"
'If I only kiioiv what to got for ilin
nof I" is tho hmiHuki'cpL'r's troubloil cry.
II tho cannot do morn, sho can at loaat
vary the old vai iniii's hy bringing thorn
to the table in a difleiont iIi'cms. Even
this in more of an art than may be sup
posod. A reason alilo variety of food is
indispensable to bodily health and com
fort; riot niict'Haarily a varioty at each
meal, but from day to day and wock to
week to week. 'I'hero to hardly any
thing nioro delectable than broiled
steak and mashed potatoes, if you aro
only hungry ami havo not partaken of
thoin for a considerable time; l)ul let
tliein bo set before you every day for
months, unvaried in their manner of
preparation, and you get to dislike
them, l'otatoes boiled with their skins
on aro nice enough for anybody; but let
potatoes so cooked he tho order of ev
ery meal, and everything that boars rc
toinblanoe to a potato peeling will soon
become, nn object of disgust.
Littlo Johnnv was visiting at a neigh
bor's hoiiso. lie was offered a pieco of
bread and butler, wliicli lio accepted,
but not with any degree- of enthusiasm.
"What do you say, Johnny?" said tho
lady, expecting him to sn.V "'J'hnnk
you." ! say it ain't cake," was tho
A LADY'S HAllt 8AVKU 15Y ITS USIC.
Burnett's Coe.oainu will keep the hair in
a strong and healthy condition by stimulat
ing (lie roots of the hair and restoring the
natural action upon which its growth de
pends, Twei.ty years tt"o a siiit'le bottle
saved a lady's hair in a desperate case
where every treatment had tailed; and
since that early success thousands of cases
of Ualdness, Dandruff, Lossot Hair and Ir
ritation of the Sculp have yielded to tins
The superiority ot JJuruett h Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
Afraid of the Camera.
There is a curious superstition among
the Shoshones concerning tho photo
graphic process, and it is with tho
greatest difficulty that ono of them can
e got to sit for his picture. Louis
jvioneco, mo arusi, mis inuu repciuomy
to get pictures of the noblo red mon,
but be has only succeeded in inveig
ling two or threo into his gallery, and
they wero so terribly frightenod at tho
camera obscura that their pictures look
as if they were expecting every mo
ment to be murdered, and their hair
fairly stands on end in the portrait.
Although the Indians aro morally in
dread of the terrible invention .of Da
guerre, tho Chinese are oppositely in
clined, and are particularly taken with
the photographic art Tho Chinese
women aro unusually fond of photo
graphs, and Moueco lias several nega
tives from Mongolian sourcos.
Fast and Loose.
Decay loosens the teeth. SOZODONT
removes the cause of their destruction, and
they retain their place in the dental process.
After a few applications, it will lie noticed
that the natural indentations in them,
tormerly filled with corroding tartar, pres
ent a spotless appearance and their en
amelled surfaces glisten with becoming
lustre. Thus beauty is heightened and
One of I lie rn! irrmvl 'i x fif tlm lnrfrn
railroad contracts, in this country is t5io
employment of largo numbers 'of Ital
ians. JNext to tho Chinese, this is tho
cheapest labor in the country. Tho
peculiar customs and diet of these la
borers not only renders thorn profitable
in the nanus ol heavy contractors, but
enables them U lay up money where
ln averiiy-o American would starve.
An intelligent Italian firm at New York
furnishes this cheap labor wherever it
may bo wanted. They live almost en
tirely on wheat bread, the more luxuri
ous occasionally indulging in a drink
of strong tea. They aro also fond of
cider and lager. Not withstanding tho
limited bill of fare, theso men from
"sunny Italy" seem to bo in perfect
health, and possess great power of en
duranco. They work well, and aro
paid off by number, as tho paymasters
are generally ignorant of their names.
They receive from 75 cents to .1.25 per
"No perceptiblo change," said ho,
Its ho read tho head-lines in the even
ing paper. "No, nor there hasn't been
any for a week," said she, turning his
vest insido out; "and if n isn't
forthcoming pretty ipiick tliero'll bo
Tiikuk is only one sure method to dis
cover whether an article is worth anything
or not, and that is to try it. Mr. Walter lF,
Gardner, Foreman American Steam linage
Co., No. 1)0 Cluirdon street, Huston, Mass.,
did this with a popular preparation and
..I ri'l... ui t .. i . -1 i , .
uuNi-ives; j nu ni. ,i aeons i Ml nas been in
uso among the employes of this company,
wlio have been burnt and injured workiiiL'
among tne machinery, and it; never failed
to cure them. I can highly recommend it.
Tho Chicago Exposition closes two weeks
Skill Diseases Cured.
Hy Dr. Kriizies's Mamc Ointment. Cures
as if by magic, I'iniples, Hlack Heads or
Grubs, Welches and Eruptions on tho face,
leaving the skin clear, healthy mid beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Ihtrber's Itch, Halt
Khcuni, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Niiiiiies. Sore Libs.
old, obstinate L'lcers ami Mores, &c.
F. Drake, Esn,. Cleveland. 0.. suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most careful doctoring failed to help him,
and ofter all hud failed ho used Dr. Fra
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a
ho first ami onlv nnsitivo e.uru for
Kkin diseases ever discovered.
nOIlt bv mall on rnmilnt iM orien. Viflv
Cents. 1 ' '
v T,n , , Cleveland, 0.
lor Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
i ben, Dr. W illiam's Indian Ointment is a
sure cure. Price fl. 00, by mail. For sale
Fur hId by (loo, E. O'llara.
UiciiAiibsoN & Co., Wholesale Agts.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUROAV MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1881.
Some Feminine Peculiarities.
There aro little peculiarities indivi
dual to the fair sex which are botli cur
ious and amusing. Why does a woman
ho often drop her fan or her handkor
cliiefP That has puzzled many a mas
culine brain. There aro two reasois
for tho accident, if it may so bu calbd
for want of a better word. First, the
fair creature's tongue runs so fast tlat
tho wagging of the organ loosens tho
tension of tiio muscles of tho hand ;
second, tho fan or tho handkorchief is
purposely dropped that a "horrid man"
may show ins gallantry in picking it
up, and ton chances to ono the lady
purposely boats him in that operation
after ho lias bent Ids rheumatic liuibs
in an effort to bo gallant. She is satis
fied with tho display of servility. Why
do women when looked tit by a man
proceed at onco to chew their lips, or
convulsively press them together in tho
intervals of chowingP That proceeds
sometimes from modesty, which urges
thorn to do something that they may
divort their minds from tho masculine
impudence or admiration, or it may
suggest that the owner lias a very kiss
nbld mouth, the lips of which bittou
will becomo beautiful red, or it may bo
tho result of tho unpleasant feeling of
a new set, or tho oscillatory movement
of an old set, of artificial teeth. You
need not nay any money for tho show,
and yet you can take your choice of
reasons. Why is it that women with
tine oyes roll them toward the coiling '
or tho sky? That is easily answered.
Tlioy wish to look angelic, nnd they
usually do. But last of all, why i3 it
t lint a woman whose male escort Ijns
urged hor to sport in tho festive surf
will go into the water anklo deep, giVo
a littlo scream and ref uso to go a foot
further? Iloro ono is invading dolicate
ground. Thero never has been an in
stance of a woman of fine physical pro
portions refusing to show them in a
wet, clinging bathing suit, but thero
are numerous instances of women made
up by tho dressmaker who do not wish
a beau to know how much ho is to mar
ry of what bo externally sees.
It's Art! High Art! Old Masters!
T, too. go to s 'c it. I admire tiio cost!
Fool like tho rest. Companion fool
conies along. Fellow countryman.
Kiel) American. Lover of Art. AU
thetic tastes. Utter, unutterably utter.
Fifteen years ago was slumming out
mining reservoirs at .$2. .V) per (lav.
(jlad lo get the job. Rubber boots,
blue jeans pants, half a suspender,
short clay pipe, gray flannel shirt, ono
sleeve ripped to tho shoulder. Too
lazy to mend it. At work wet sleeve
flying up and hitting him in the faeo.
Rolled it up about 500 times per day.
Sleeve immediately unrolls and whacks
him as lie lifts his pick in face as be
fore Now buying Old Masters in
Paris. Shiniguliion School. Lived in
a pine log cabin. Bugs, lloas. centi
pedes, scorpions in the walls. Yellow
jackets everywhere elso. Tea and ba
con and a cord of whisky bottles stack
ed behind cabin. Struck a bonanza.
Is crazy now to buy an "Old Master!"
Wants another "restored" door-mat to
tako home. French connoisseur finds
him one. Finds it in a third-class ros
taurant. Has hung on the walls 200
years. Beautifully smoked and fly
specked. Fly specks date back to tho
time of Louis XIV. Only one ear and
one front tooth visible. Portrait con
noisseur discovers it to be a ,gonuiuo
Otiido. Bon. Buys it for five cents.
Has it "restored." Beautiful frame.
Sells it to lover of High Old Art from
Slumgullion Flat, for 500,000 francs.
Picture shown u few appreciating
friends on arriving in New York.
Beautiful! What coloring! What
style! What an ear! What a front
tooth! No tea store would dare to of
fer it, though, for a prize ehromo conse
quent on the purchase of five pounds of
lea. 1'aris Letter.
A Discouraged Farmer.
"I stood it well for a considerable
time," said an old Australian bush
man, when he was asked why lie aban
doned the section. "I stood it well,
but the place was run over by kanga
roos; they chopped off tho wheat the
moment it was above ground; they
walked off with the maize stalks like
an army of volunteer rifles; used up all
my pumpkins at fool-ball; but when an
old man kangaroo cranio to tho house
ono day and asked for a spado to dig
up tho potatoes, 1 thought it was about
time to clear out."
Pedro is rnisng tho oldSancho down
"What's the News!"
How much our daily conversation
owes to tho news can scarcely bo cal
culated. General talk would some
times drag heavily, but for the news.
If there bo nothing of general interest
going on, what are wo to do in miscel
laneous society, after the weather has
given out? At a crowded party, you
are introduced to one person after an
other, of whom you know nothing, and
who knows nothing of you what is
thero for you to talk about? Suppose
Mr. A , passing a round from Miss
B to Miss C , and, from want
of anything elso to say, dropping choice
bits of poetry from Tennyson, of brilli
ant extracts from Bulwor, or sentences
from tho Rev. Sparkle Surface's last
sermon, how they would long for tho
music to strike. up! Tho current news
of the neighborhood would interest
them far more than loft or subjects.
Members of tho same household need
to ho separated occasionally, in order
to keep up the flow of conversation.
Wo doubt whether the Siaineso twins
had much to say to each other when
thoy wero alono, inasmuch as neither
could have anything to toll the other
which lie did not know alroady. Ono
of tho advantages in going to now places
nnd mingling to toll when you como
home. Tho pleasure of going abroad
consists very much in having so much
to talk over with your friends aftor
your return. But it is wonderful how
far Rome persons can travol without
learning anything. We tiro of a com
panion aftor awhile who is a mere news
monger, ilo gots almost as wearisome
as tho man who does nothing but tell
stories. Gossip becomes very tedious
when you havo too muoh of it. Tho
soul is not satisfied with such food. But
if not carried to excess, tho habit of
stirring up bits of information for tho
benefit of gouor&l conversation is worth
Atraospliere of tho Table,
It is Impossible to estimate properly
tho Immense inllueneo which Is exerted
upon a household by tho utuiosphero of
tho family table, if it is true that ono
does not coinu out of a room tho sumo
person he went in, tho mind ever after
retaining tho impress of what affected
it there, what great results must bo
achieved from tho meeting tlireo times
a day in tho dining-room, from the sen
timoiits expressed thero. A neat, well
ordered table is itself a lesson to the
I havo noticed that u sensitive child
almost invariably has better manners
when dressed in his best, and have soon
witli surprise tho effect produced upon
a certain small boy of my acquaintance
by haniLjomely dressed ladies who aro
polito to him. To tho inviting table,
where thore should always bo some
thing attractive, however simple tho
moal may be, most children will eonio
prepared to behave properly. It is
really worth while, and, when philoso
phically considered, is a matter of great
importance lo lay aside as far as pos
sible all thoughts of hard work done be
fore and to bo dono after tho meal, and
to allow no vexatious questions to bo
di.seusiod at this time. Tho habit of
brooding over our. work, and exhaust
ing ourselves by going allovor it in our
minds, is one to bo studiously avoided.
Thero is nothing takes from one's ener
gy more than this, and it is a frequent
cause of insanity.
Everybody knows that food digests
better when in agreeable company. It
was something moro than a pleasantry
which made a friend remark that ho
could not have his wife and child pass
tho Slimmer away from him as it gavo
him tho dyspepsia. Tim poor child who
conies to grief at tho table, and is sent
away from it with his dinner half
eaten, and who suffers tho whole after
noon with an undigested lump of food
in his stomach, is to bo pitied, and it is
a wise plan to explain to children that
in this way they will bo punished for
bad conduct at tho table.
It follows, then, that pleasant sur
prises in tho way of preparing favorite
dishes, that good taste and much pains
taking in arranging all the appoint
ments of the table and dining-room,
rise above a mere ministering to tho
animal existence, and affect the lino
issues of life. Good behavior and cheer
fulness ought to accompany each meal
as naturally and unwavering as bread
and butter. Tho happy laughter which
distributes nervous force, and calls the
blood from the brain, allowing the
stomach to get its share, should bo
heard more frequently at our tables.
No one should feel at liberty to say one
word that is not kind and thoughtful,
any more than ho would wit hold a suf
ficient quantitity of food. Theso facts
need nioro careful consideration than
they have usually received.
The fashion in Paris is to wear pre
coins stones of different colors. Ear
rings, too, aro no longer made in pairs;
one ear-ring may bo formed of a largo
sapphiro circled with diamonds, and
the other of different dimensions of a
ruby also circled with diamonds, et
arnsi rfc suite.
The ladies who sometime since were un
able to go out, having taken Lodia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, arc quite
recovered, and have g nie on their way re
The Captain of a Hamburg steamer
recently arrived in port with a cargo of
eleven veritable caunibals whom he ob
tained near the Straits of Magellan. At
first he fed thorn with cooked food, but
they all sickened upon that diet. A
largo supply of raw meat, however, re
stored the tono of their stomachs, and
by tho aid of a few such delicacies as
tallow candles, they reached Hamburg
in good condition. Tiioy are to he ex
hibited first, at tho Jardin d' Acclima
tion, in Paris, and will subsequently
appear in the other principal European
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. lNcglcot frequently
suit in nn Incurable Lung disease or ou
suniption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like rough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers arc subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial' Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
An Old Doctor's Advice.
It was this: "Trust in God and keep
your bowels open." For this purpose many
in old doctor has advised the habitually
costive to take Kidney-Wort for no other
remedy so effectually overcomes this condi
tion, and that without the distress and grip
aug which other medicines cause. It is a
radical cure for piles. Don't fail to use it.
Translated from the New Yorker Zeitung.
Of all the remedies on earth that well
may claim attention, Dr. Thomas' Ecleclric
Oil commands especial mention. For won
drous power to cure diKea.se, its fame theie's
none can throttle. Us merits arc not in the
puff, but are insido the bottle. Rheuma
tism, neatiralgia, sore threat, asthma, bron
chitis, diphtheria, etc., aro nil cured by
Thomas' Eclcctric Oil. Paul O. Scliuh,
Koarly a Miracle.
E. Asunith Hall, Binghamton, N. Y.,
writes: "I suffered for several months
with a dull pain through the lett lung and
shoulders. I lost my spirits, appetite and
color, and could with diffculty keep up all
day. My mother procured some Burdock
Blood Bitters; I took them as directed, and
have felt no pain since the first week after
using them, and am now quite well."
Price $1.00, trial sizo 10 cents. Paul CI.
James Pearson, 28 Sixth street, Buffalo,
says: "I have used your Spiing Blossom
for myself nnd family, vnd think it invalu
able as a household remedy, for regulating
tho bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
novor bo without it. Trice ."i0 cents
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul Schuh
i .4tWa 4S$$
7MB1 rn pit
fflflirafgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Goneral Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
Nn rropn ration on earth 0'iiinln Kt. .Tawh Oh, u
a "'' ur, im)lr mid ehrat KxtL-riitil KuuiHy.
A triaf pntaiiti Imt the nnh'Hiitt.vrly triilinif outliiy
nf ftO On ri. and every imc HinVriiiK with pain
can have cheap and poi-itive pruel of lb, claiiua.
Mrectloiis Id KIcvcii LntiKiiitta .
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEE8 IN
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llaliimort. M d M V. . M
IS A REALLY RELIABLE REMEDY
FOR WASTINli AND SKKV
Aflrr iiumrniiiH cxpi-rinii-ntH Mr. Fut'nivs me
cri'oVii i.- tiroiluelns tlii-emu bin mton i if II vpophim
phltcH, which Iihh not niilv n-i-torcfl lutn 'u lirnlth.
hut tun Hum ticrii loiin-l m Hurivn-iui in tin' treat
Ineiit nf diaraiic rmliiiiUiu' from Ion of nerve, pow
er, anil cutn-eiiiieiitiy mtir'-nlnr ri'lHXHtion, vi. :
Aphonia- Ioch of voi' f, Neuralgia.
Ana-mi t. N'tvitin Il.-Mli'y,
Chronic Uiarrlio a. W 'lioopnii: i 'oiii-li,
J)yiipi-pni.'i. ( on'i -iion of tint I.ni)i.-i.
1'ever uml Ai;iie. I 'in pi ll ion of llm Heart,
I.ncorrlin-n. Mi hutrlmly.
Aliilfirla. .Mental 1 preHflou,
IVrcoiia living tn tniiliitloiin dirtm-m may protect
tlii-iiim-lvi'D Iroln iittiu'ln ol lev i.y tlm u-e ot Ki'I
Iowa' Coliipomii) M-rtlpof III pnpll'i-liliilen. It
l-lll-tlM III tOlllllt! I. p I III! HJrtrfll l-Mllle in to waril
(Of contagion ilifordi-m. ie.il ciieeeai fully comliat
The nolntilo pliof-plnten iiiid the oth- r life ain-tain-lug
principled coin poking l-VII UypoiihoiqiliUea
are mi curi-fnllv pr-puniou d and no Judicioulv
mingled, that their action upon tho Mrveit. niuf
den ami ne-inlir'iiei in Imparling vitality, atretiglh
and heiillliv action )f --coeril:)- npan lit , within
twenty foiirhoiiri, and W.e eoml NU-ct. experienc
ed am ol a perinuneiit character.
KOlt SALE UV Pltl l.tiiS lS.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The 'ireat I'ng
1 1 r- Ii fi-im-dv, An
unluiliug cure for
cpennat rrhca. nn
potetiev and all
iHrieaf t hat Colmv
n" .1 ei!ieii(-.e
of oi l f alni-.-; iiH.f'j
ion-, oi inemorv,
i r-a1 Ii reunite i r, ," 'i.,v;
nam oi the hark.
dininvr'. of vMon, premature old age, and muny
other clim-an-M that lead Ik ih-hhIiy, coiir-unipllou
or a pr-'tnatnre crave.
ItKiill partii nlarn In mir pamphlet, which we
deniH(! to nend I'reii hv mall to evervone. ffrl'lw
Spccitle Medicine - sold hvull drngriel-' at jl tier
pacKage, or fix parlou'i for Jl, or will he cent lice
iiv mail on receipt ol the m.im.v. hv nildrelng.
Till'. i.U.W MKIUCINK Hi.,
Ill KKAl.O, N. V.
Sold In Cairo hv Punl . Minli.
NKW A bVKhTISKM KNTS,
TAB KANT SKl.TZKK AI'K.IMKNTl THK nnka
the nnllerer from a miilnnide ni'iliai-nara. Wii an
hwit; ll will n ne-ve from the rivetcm llm ac.tlvu
catlHc. of rnriHl ol the iUhi-lhcn lliat. Ilenh i heir In.
It wont ini-nd a liroken llmh, nor rlor-n a hiillet
hole; hiit U uniy he prulllahly lined In ctnniachlc
dlm-AHCf-, It will (In no one any luiitn. and may (In
nim-h gonil, Try It and ecu If It mhiI "till your
NOLI) HY At.i.lihTUHIHTS.
take, great pluaanru In n rniumendlng In parcntx
tliu accadeiny til Mr. Hwlthln r. Shorllldgn "
HON. FERNANDO W00D.M. C.
Hut(Ulssn): "I cheerfully ronn-nl tn tlm inn of my
ltiilili! aa reference. My hoyn will return to you for
llmlr fourth year after iheir vacation.''
for new llhiKlriited circular nildrcHa HWITI1IN
O. HHOirn.MHiK, A. M., Harvard Unlveralty
llradualu, Media, IV, I'l mllea from l'Mlitilclnhln.
TTTTiVTl,l?,,a Ar,l(,,,,H 1,1 "N''
JltJl 1 J'Ii OMlllioiir, In itne-nvery-
SI IlVrir 1 ? a '""'.V'" Clttlc.tl. l-pilgll
iJ A 1 1 ijIlAl. ratalmtun of oilier Hpen-
ialliea Kent free. J. .M, llituler MitliiPHctui Inu Co.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Aip ntM wauled,
4777 A YKAII and expenaea loageiitn. Outfit
np' I I free Adilnmrt 1', ll, Vh.kery, AukumU.Mo
Volliuv IVfan Luarn Telei'raphyl Karn ftO
I UlUI HI.LH t, j pill a month. Orndnatim
ciiaranteuil pnylnjj oill(;e, Adilress Valentine
lima., Jauiiavllli), win.
ADVKKTISlCllHhyaddraaalntf (IHO. 1', ROW
KLb Jfc CO., in Hpruc.o Hlrimt, Now York, can
learn the oxai-.t coat of any prnpoaoil line of advur.
tlalng in Aiuurluau miWHpnpui''. pylno pago
piuuphlol Xi ul.
:?I ir t
THE MILS POWEE
Humphreys' Homeopathio tipeoiticB gi
Proveii i rrnn anipui exiwrieneu un entire N
I aiieeeaa, ninnnn. rrinii, l.illeieiit, anU
I llrlli.lile. lliey are ihu only luu.lleini
ladiililed to impuliir ww.
I UBl I'lliscu-Al. nun. i-iiiiM, I'nlCI.
1. Knvrra, i onm-Hiion, imiamnintionn, ,2fl
2 orina, Worm Fever. W orm rnlic :iTi
S. Crvlnu riillc.orTeetliluiiiif Inrauta.-jd
A I,,.. ( Ii l,lr..l. i.r .1, nil..
6. Ilyaeiilery, "rinntj, nilioim lollc, . Ml
6. rlmlera Mor Ijii, VmiilllliK, .2i
.Ml. r . ... . ..'..in. - ,l j
7. OIIUIIM. i.uiii, iwoiiiiiMin, - . ,fj
H. enralla, 'loothnehe, 1 neciiehe, .
9. Ileailaeliea, Slek lleuilaelien, VortlKO, M
II). Ilvaii-iln, llllloiia Momiu-h, - ,r,
.preii.eil or I'n infill I'erluda,
I't. I 'roiiji, i 'oiiiIi, lilllleult in HiMnir, ,W
U. hall Itlieiioi, K,ryhlalu. I rniuloiiii,
in lllieiiinaO.oi, Mieuiiiallo I ulun, :a
IR. revrriitiil auf. ( lilll, l ever, Ak"c,
17. I'ilra. lillnd or I'leeillliK. .'
Cuinrrli. lu-uie or ehn.uli". Inllui ii7.a. ti
jo. MiiioiiIiiu I'niiuli. viol. nt ( 'oiieh. ill
i. l.enernl lielillll,. I'hyn l Ueiiknei.il. 0
II. Klilnev lllaeinif, ,H
K. Sertoli, lieldlllv. I pi i nnilnrrliea, l.m
. I rimirvW eiil.iii-B.Ueiiliiethe Mi
r.1. I)i.-ii.e ill file lleiirl, I'm 1 1 .1 1 ii 1 0 in, 1.'"-
rur nun- hyilrmrtt'i'ta.orai-iii liy the Ca.e,
orolllKl" vial, free of eliaive, on reeeliit of
price. Keml for Ilr. llohiilire.' Iliiiilt on
III. eae, Ac, 014 inieio, hIho lllualrulrd
lieu, mo prntiiMi reriom,.
( HlnliiKiie, Mil- r..
fldilr-sK, Hiiiniilirrva' bimeiiialile 3
;d. C o., 10U rullou Bl.. Aew lurk. U
LDr. G. Sil2b:c' s External Pile Ecmcdy
tiivc)!istant.i.lh ( imdia iintnlaiP.hio
CURE FCR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Buli by nniinrKVicTerywIiern. 1'rl.e fl fiper box
prni'ii'hy e.i.KI hiuii l-i lit Jr.t lo l'hj niclana
nl lllaiirteri ra.bv I' N.-UKtueltei . Co, llox J'JI.
fiuw 1'i.ra.CHy. buluuiuuunuituri-r.ol "AnatimU. '
1. i&rt --I'r rein-, rrnn'ii'-. .1 the N- r ihe hib.
sl n. 't i- ' ' " ' it-' '- "I I ' H - ' I ' ei, le-.-li. BV
k.V ,1-1 -1 !'i I'" I'.'f - I I'll l ei.
1 ; I i .V .": Si;;i..:'."!i i'O Ut
r-.r.. ,.u . ,u s . e. k
lTk .. -. i-... t.;,
- -I ,Vtf-' '-,7l-li
.'" -uf ".'
t, tr:l uollieip l
.r. .(,... -id naifii.
le .i-. I-: i.lN'K.a I
r 111 t.Ui'ii a lirt ML
I r I .M r'tiK a :l Uiit-n ;v 0'
f,;. ir'rt"tr filf Ircvow an
V t. ,.-i'.t'hW,lre- j.av ".f"s
t ! . I f'r-1,11.-U.'-
i. .'i I'h' .1- :,ijI,J'. ;
I'nriatirl Airerta wrltiMjr.tck ! T- rHt. fw.
8 .i.i.-i !y nr w l-t M-ll.iijj ail I- If-i (:. )-.-oi 1.
Ii-- 1I' f-ir (M-winn and all neu-i Indw.
i mi. I.. t, t .A a.-,, m ... rf... r 1 1..... k,..l.
t II.' : 1-. '1 LMt -1 Wire in II l.o...i.l;tli Ave. S. Y '.
Itl:lAMONH WHY XilK
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AltH Till: IH3SX.
Bwauso they arc tho LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AlND STRON0EST known. Sold by Optician nd
Jewelem. Mada by BI'ENCER OITICAL CO.. N.Y.
TV 1 "rrTAn Inlelllgent yonnir rran In
1 li 1 erery country town, m '.r.kc a
permanent local acency for the ale of our teaa,
Cotrei a, etc., In parkagea. to conaumi-ra. Tlita agen
cy retnrea no peddling and but a ir.oderat! amoant
of KO'Mtlng. and If properly managed will pay
Irom i Vi to l.i) perjear. T'artii ulara fr-e-I'Roi-i.Ka
Tka CO , P. o. llox Hrji. n. Loniii, Mo.
M AQ11UI1! APtllUT All lUllQIIAIT.
Thin well-known proparatlnn la lilirbtT twommondad
for ltyapraliv llriMlarbi, klrtiaivao of lh
atlnrniwuu nuiloil e'r-:iKmt.ruine (rum Aridity,
ritltouaur, and nnUrlml t'cvrr. It cJjU
the blu.Ml and rt-Ni.ui ln t -, !.. ll U a fn:ii
tni-iicina fur rlnOlron. prcr-rc by A. HOUlHUf
UOSH, Cbemnti, M lllMKker l-li. t, iew Vurk.
Biperlur to Sincral WaWt, Btldlltt PoTrdart,rt
X K W A 1) K UTI S " M K .S 1 S.
U7 STOP KKATTY'SJJi
Onlywai. Aihlr.-aa PANIKI, K . IIEA'ITY, Wach
lugtoii, N J
Parker's (iiiiior Tonic
('urea complaint of women and ilcae of tha
Ht 1 mi a-h Imwela, Iuiil'k. liver and kidnen. and la
eniirelyilnli-reiil from hitter, ginger e:-. lice nnd
ntln-r tuica n it m-ver Intoxii aten r"i t and (1
alzea, Large caving hnvlng one dot I ur aire,
lllsi oX A; 1 1.' , l In niii-u, N. Y.
ftlliTAI. TIPl.A.Tir VK Hi
I'.tM n.. 1. muiL
(JlToa a IlrUliant, White and 8 lead y
llglil, reiiriH no ir mining, niU laalf for month,
humph' wick Id eta ,11 wn k "i cl , 11 w ick TScta
poftagi! paid. Have three aizea, A. II. and l.
AgetitH wanted. Addri. M K'l'A L. Til' LAMP
M( I4 l't.,;il('nrllainll St., . Y.
OLD MEOAl AWARDED
(In, A nUMir. A new and xnua MiI
ttol Wi.rk,warrnul the lxit and
ehaaixwt, iiidiaiaiiiKKlilt. kvmj
inan.nnlitlMl "Uiii Hemnrwof Ufa
r.HHll I'nwrfauon ;' hound in
lln.t rreneh niaalin,milaiaaml.
full ill.:lll pi.mUina hnanliliil
BM'i'i anvratlliaa, ia pn-wnii.
I ,pne only V I si annt lif
mail: UliutraL.Nl Hj.int.la Kimiu-
Band mw.AililMM li.luw4. Mo.1.
iWUW lHIOtilit.klCK.Nu- 4 lliiirinekat. IJcarton.
CUTICPRA Peiiiiiuiriitly Cihth Humors
of the Sculp nnd Skin.
Cnllcura n mcdie urn for ante liy nil drilggla
Price ol ( uliKiirii, a medical Jelly, amnll ho-, fine;
large hoxe $1. (.'ulicura Hi o)vetit, the new hlood
purlller, one dollar per holile. Cutlrtira Medicinal
'i in lit Hoiip, i-'ie, (ullciirii Medicinal Shaving
hoiip, I.'h :t.H. ; In Iiioh fr liaihera nnd large conanm
era, Wk-.la Principal depi I, WliliKS & I'OTTElt,
IfAll tn it i U il freo on receipt of price
A hook of rum nrlglniilll.v, entitled
Tho irrcat problem nilvud. Tim Individual care
fully conalih red from the age of ruapoiialhhlty tip
to maturity, In pegard to education, home, aoclety,
love, marriage, bualueaa, etc, How bread-eater
arn to he hread wIniierH. The voliiuiu alionnda In
atrlklnu thoughts, rare Inruinialion ami InteiiHO
common aenaii. Kllll pamt colored plalea-eacll ono
a gem. Agent wauled every wheru. fund lor rlr
cular. full (leacrlpllnnterma, elc, to d. I!. Mo
CUKDY lti:0fhlciigi, III.
C v .v. i ." Ais". fr...iV.
v;i M 1 w a nn.KUve sgiieat
.. .. .- I'.,. ,,
wk m ill m-'rci
n rami K-atT ivv