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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER N, 1HSI.
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UenatruAtlou.aUOrartanTrnulileii, Inflammation and
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equrut eilual wcakncui, :unt Id otpcclully adapted to
the Oiange X Ufo. It will dtmolve and cxprl tumora
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tendency to cn.'cir,uahuui'.rthi're in cheeked ery
ipeedlly by Its une.
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ttroya aUcravlny lor .tiiiiulimta.au J relieves weakneaa
at the atomarh
ti curoa niuatlntr, Headache, Kerrraw 1'ro.tr.tlon,
Ueneral Debility, RlevpliKint'Ht, I),reiulon aud Indl
Keatton. That f'llii(t f bcartii(f down, caimlng n,
weight and iMtckaehe, In al wayi pernioiu nt ly cured by
ItiuM. It a Llat.lt tlmi'.j, mideixh rail elrruniataii
ees, art In hamiony wllhtliu Inn tlr.t Knvuma th
Kor Kuliii'jr(vniiiWiii.Hli"r tli emiuiuil
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of price, tl.no, Kt tun, f,.r ntlnr. Mia IMNiOIAM
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n KITIIKlt LIQUID UU DRT FORM
n Tbnt Acta at iliennine limp on
turn Mil HI, UUWftk,
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I ASI) m:uvoch 1U01IIF.KH,
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rtttoHng titir jjowtr to throw ff dittau.
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Wh tnm,ntj, with IMIak
1 Why frlKlitened Ofcr dlnonlered K Idneyal N
nnyeauoranerront orilrk htiidarheil
It U put up In II ry Tegelable- For-, In tin
oaju one paetatte of wlilen uuikna il quarta ot
medlrlna. Alto In UHu ITortm. ery oaaew.
traled, for thoae that cmit naullly iTre It
rm ivn vu wiin ruuw euiriener m en mrr irm
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"K. A. Hnrnett Cairo Illlnoi "
Driving with a Parasol.
Tho other evnning tho jester was
bathing his eyes in cold water, un! sus
pended tho operation long enough to
"If a woman can't take her parasol
to heaven when sho tlioa, she won't 1)0
happy thcro. Sho will come back after
An impressivo quiot followed this
dogmatic statouicnt, and the parasols
of tho court know some of them woro
for it. "Wo 'woro driving this after
noon," tho wrgriovod jostcr reinmcd.
. "and tho princess kindly shatied my
head with her parasol. It was very
kind, indeod. It limited ray viowr of
the country, at times, to my knees and
the dashboard of tho wagon. When
ever we mot a team, especially if tho
road was vory narrow, the princess
lowered her parasol betweon myself
and the passing wagon, so that I turn
ed out by faith, or stood on my head to
catch a glimpse of tho colliding wheels.
When we started down a steep hill she
dropped the parasol between mo and
the horso, and I trusted to the good
sense of the animal to keep out of tho
ditch. When wo met any acquaint
ances to whom I wished to bow. sho
knocked my hat into ray eyes. When
she would point my admiring gaze to
some exquisitely tinted autumn leaves,
she jabbed a projecting parasol rib into
my eye. When sho turned to speak
to anyone in tho rear seat, sho
grasped tho back of my neck. Oft as
the carriage struck a stono or lurched
over a rut, she prodded my long-suflor-fng
hoad with vicious littlo jabs. I
drew my head down between my
shouldors and sat crouched ami bent,
but tho remorseless parasol still pur
sued mo. I havo been pelted, and
rasped, and proddod. and all from a
mistaken sense of kindness. A woman's
unselfishness and kindness of heart
always prompts hor to hold her parasol
over the man who drives. And if tho
man who drives is allowed to cliooso
for himself, ho will cliooso sunstroko
every time. I do not complain, wind
you, 1 merely make a statement of
plain fact. Any man who has had to
drive a pair of horses while some gentle-hearted
woman hold a parasol over
him, knows what I havo suH'ored. And
when she holds an umbrella it is in
liuitolv worse. Then the man is utter
ly andf hopolessly extinguished, ami tho
material world is to him only a wild,
blank chaos of alpiieaand whalebone."
But here her littlo serene highness
closed the debate by deciding that tho
nose caught it, but tho eyo had it, and,
without appoaling from the decision of
the chair, tho house adjourned. Bur
(ktle in liurUnrjtini Ilnwkcye,
1 , m
The Tall of the Stoam Engine.
Tho steam engine has been coming
in for sonio disparagement at the meet
ing of tho British Association. Accord
ing to some leading niombers of tho
body tho steam engino lias had its day
its putt Is played. It will, boforo
long, wo are assured, bo seen only in
museums. It is needless to say, how.
ever, that tho scientific men of the
British Association do not speak lightly
of tho steam engiuo for the samo
reasons which induce Mr. Buskin to
condemn and dunouneo it. Mr. Buskin
objects to all inventions and appliances
which bring crowds of uncultured per
sons to interfere with the meditative
seclusion of tho cultured few, or tho
cultured one; which enable rude in.
quiring tourists to roam over hillside
and lakeside, and "to spoil for him tho
earth and tho skies." The scientific
men object to tho steam engino, and
talk slightingly of it, because ihoy think
it is not uj) to the work which tho ago
requires; because it spends too much
force with loo littlo result. They want
a bettor force than that which drives
the steam engino, mom locomotion,
quicker travel, involving, of course,
greater diffusion than over of tho un
cultured among tho scenes, hitherto
claimed by some as sacred to tho cul
tured. Forourselvos wo havo no rooted
lirejudico in favor of tho steam engine.
Wo aro quito willing that it should go,
if only something bettor, swifter, safer,
and less noisv should come to take its
placo. It hud its merits, undoubtedly,
and was a vory useful piece of mechan
ism in its day. But if its day be done,
we are quito ready to wolconib the com
ing guest, and Speed the parting ono to
its placo in tho South Kensington Mu
seum London Ihtihi News.
A Good Deal of Bustle.
"Madame." remarked n tnut r r,Ll
cjmtleinan to a lady who rattled past
mm in a prodigious mass of silk dress
that rose from hor spinal column like
tho stern of a Chinese juuk, "madiune,
you make a cood doal of bustle la this
world." ....... .
The Groaning Tree.
Tho history of tho Groaning Troe Is
this: About forty years ago a cottager
who lived near tho centre of the vlllairo
ci Badesloy, noar Lymlngton, hoard
frequently a strango noiso behind his
louse, liko that of a person In extromo
gony. Soon aftor it caught tho atten
tion of his wife, who was thou confined
to her bed. Sho was a timorous wo
man, nnd, being greatly alarmed, hor
husband endeavored to persuade her
that the noio she heard was only tho
hollowing of tho stags in the forost
By degrees, howovor, the neighbors on
all sitles heard it, and tho thing bejjan
to bo much talked of. It was by this
timo plainly discovered that the groan
ing noiso proceeded from an elm which
grew ut tho end of the gardon. It was
a young, vigorous tree, and to all ap
pearnnco perfectly sound. In a few
weeks tho famo of the Groaning Treo
was spread far and wido, nd people
from all parts flocked to hear it.
Among others, it attracted the curiosity
of the late Prince and Princess of
Wales, who resided at that timo, for
the advantage of a sea bath, at Pile
well, the seat of Sir Jamos Worsley,
which stood within a quarter of a milo
of the Groaning Treo.
Though the country people assigned
many superstitious causes for this
strange phenomenon, the naturalist
could assigu no physical ono that was
in auy dogreo satisfaatory. Some
thought it was owing to the twisting
and friction of the roots. Others
thought it procoodod from water which
had collected in the body of the treo,
or perhaps from pent air. But no
cause that was alleged appeared equal
to tho effect. In the muantimo the treo
did not always groan, sometimes disap
pointing its visitants; yet no causo
could bo assigned for Is temporary
cessations, either from seasons or
weather. If any difforenco was ob
served, it was thought to groan least
when tho weather was wet, and most
when clear and frosty; but the sound
at all times seemed to arise from tho
Thus the Groaning Treo continued
an object of astonishment during the
space of eighteen or twenty months to
all the country around; and,, for the in
furnia'ion of distant parts, a pamphlet
was drawn up containing a practical
account of all the circumstances relat
ing to it. At length the owner of it, a
gentleman by tho namo of Forbes,
making too rash an experiment to dis
cover tho causo, bored a holo in its
trunk. After this it never groaned.
It was then rooted up, w ith a further
view to make a discovery; but still
nothing appeared which led to any in
vestigation of the cause. It was uni
versally, however, believed there was
no trick in the affair, but that sonio
natural cause really existed, though
never understood. HmtlCs fjilpiii's
A BangUp Affair.
A St. Loii'h paper chronicles with
penial particularity tho renont simul
taneous marriage of the three daugh
ters of Dr. Bang, of that city. As a
first-class, bang-up bit of "society
nows" this report seems to "appropri
ate the muffin." Dr. Charles Bang,
tho father, "has for many years kept a
drug storo on tho corner of Fifteenth
street and Frauklin avenue," and the
bridegrooms are respectively a candy
manufacturer, a bank toller, and a
dentist. They aro described as being
"every way worthy the fortunato mat
rimonial prizes they have drawn."
The wodding went off cheerfully.
When Mr. Bang, having signed an af
fidavit for one daughter, was callod
upou to sign a second one, he ex
claimed: "What, rou'.t I si'j;n ngain!"
"Certainly," replied the clork; "this
isn't a job lot. You have to sign for
When tho applications wore all mado
out, the clerk said to Dr. Bang:
"You ought to feel happy to get so
many daughters off your hands at
Tho doctor replied:
"Tliey took all I had; that broaks up
"Yes," said Mr. Wetzel; "that was a
regular wholesalo business; we made a
When the clerk was asking for tho
names that wont together in tho li
censes, Dr. Herman exclaimod:
"Don't you make any mistake, now,
and givo mo the wrong girl; I want the
ono that belongs to me."
When everything was concluded ex
copt paying fees, Dr. Bang said:
"Tho next thing is"
"Tho next thing is," interrupted Mr.
Wetzel, 0110 of the prospective hus
bands, "to go out and get somo beer."
"Hut the licenses are not paid for
"No matter, we can pay for them in
the morning when wo get them."
Tho party then filooT out gleefully,
and no doubt had tho beer. The triplo
marriage recalls an anccdoto related
of an eccentric minister a number of
years ago, who was callod upon to
marry threo couples at once. Tho
parties were standing around promis
cuously, waiting for tho arrival of tho
minister, and when he came in ho
ju.'trchod up - to them, exclaiming :
Is a Dog a Wolf?
Tho Anthropological society ol
France had rocently under discussion a
question whether the doi; descends from
tho wolf. M. Harbourdin said that ho
had brought up a wolf that was now 6
years old, and as gontlo a3 a lamb. It
was, bosidos remarkably intelligent,
and could open the doors by turning
tho handles. When it hears a clock,
strike it would stand on its hind legs to
look behind, and would move its hands
around with its paws. It is fond of
perfumes, and lives on good torms with
poultry and other animals, but has a
groat aversion to cats. Its back resem
bles that of a dog. M. do Mortillot,
on the other hand, said that ho had
boon endeavoring in vain to tamo
wolves. They woro gentlo enough so
long as they were young, but became
eavago at tho adult a?e.
At Dyer's famous nursery, nearProv
idonoe, It. L, there is to bo seen the
largest inirplo-loavod beech in New
K. inland. It has a trunk threo and a
half (eet In diameter, is fifty feet in
height, and has & shado diameter ol
sixty 1001. ... .
Practical Lessons in Political Economy
A Baron illustrious in the world of
iinanco, desirous of treating aconplo of
pretty actresses, enters a fruiter's storo
and inquires tho price of tho threo ear
liest peaches of tho soason.
"A hundred francs each, sir," re
plios the merchant; "nnd yoij cn seo
for yourself that they aro splondld
"It is rather a stoop price," observes
tho financier; "but I wouldn't mind
paying tho price if I woro suro thoy
" will guarantoo thorn. Taste ono,"
and tho merchant cut one of tho pre
cious peaches in two, handed the Baron
one-half, aud nto tho other himself.
"They aro exquisito, indeod," said
tho Baron; "wrap mo up these two,"
and ho placed a two-hundred franc
note 011 tho couulor.
"1 beg your pardon, tho prico is four
hundroiTfrancs," said the dealer.
"Four hundred francsP Why, it was
only threo hundred whon the'ro were
"Precisely, sir; but as thcro nro only
two peaches left they aro rarer, ami
tho price has naturally advancod. If
wo were to eat ono of tho remaining
couplo tho survivor, being unique,
would bo worth ut least ono thousand
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Death to rtts and vermin, Parsons' Ex
Over 1,800 years ago I'iiny wrote:
"All pears whatsoever aro but heavy
meat unless boiled or baked," and it is
probable that tho varieties cultivated
at that early dale could hardly have
been anything but small in size and
bitter in taste. But when Pliny record
ed this famous opinion, ho wrote for
his time, aud the idea is as little wor'hy
of consideration to-day a the philoso
pher's real knowledge of tno fruit at
tho present day in tut have been limited.
Pcbi-s aro regarded at the present time
as nmoiig the most wholesome and nu
tritious fruits. Baking or boiling may
improve them for weak, digeslivo or
gans, but eaten raw and freely at all
times they aro productive of a line
blood and healthy skin. The amount
of real nutriment they contain is hard
ly equal to that of apples, but the tine
nnd delicate juices are hardly excelled
by any other fruit. Pears are coming
to bo regarded as ono of tho staple
fruit crops, and a great deal tit atten
tion is being paid to their eutturo and
m arket i 11 g. lust on Hera U I.
F. II. Drake, Esq., Detroit, has lecovered
from a terrible skin humor, which covered
his head, face and hands, by using Ctiti
cura Resolvent internally and Cuticura and
Cuticura Soap externally. This is good
Writing for the Priss.
There aro thousands of young folk
who long to write for t!tt parrs and
get well paid for it. Fiom t ,e first they
think they ought to receive threo or
four dollars a coiuinn, valuing their at
tempts by tho labor expended upon
them ruther than by their -pacity for
pleasing the public. Now to get hand
somely paid ono must write handsome
ly; to writo handsomely one must know
what tho public knows or would like to
know, and bo able to tell it in sucli
style that tho public will b eager to
hear it. There aro thousands who long
to write but have no sped il aptitude or
preparation or resource for writing,
just as there aro thousands w ho long
to bo rich but cannot compass their de
sires in that direction, and thousands
who long to be beautiful, and vainly
exhaust fashion, cosmetics, corsets,
and all that in the nttenmt. Mean
time, those who arc bound t) strceod
at writing and "have it in them" to
succeed, will keep on steadily and
quietly at their books and their pens,
climbing up slowly, it may bo, but
steadily, to phrc and pay. first deserv
ing success and then attaining it just
as men grow rich by small accretions
nt first and larger accretions afterward.
There is an immense reading public,
and there must be an immense army of
writers to supply tho demand. As ed
ucation aud intelligence advance, tlio
domands on writers for higher and
higher grades of literary work and
newspaper work will advance, and tho
more difficult will it bo to fill the high
est places of lienor aud emolument in
the world whereof the pen is the power.
But tho li its aro open to all, and some
must surely succeed. Why not you as
well as another?
We have always kept the Hamburg
Drops in our family, writes Mr, Nicholas
Schroeder, Weft Webster, N. Y., and they
have done us the best service in Dyspepsia.
A Gallant Man of the Mountains. '
One of those rough-clad, big-hearted
miners who comes into San'a Fe occa
sionally to lay in a supply of grub,
stepped into tho postoflleo of that town
recently, and seeing in the window
three letters held for postage, picked
up one, and, looking at tho address,
said, in a tono of great astonishmout:
"Why, this letter is for a lady iu Den
ver!" "Yes," said tho clerk. "Are
ou holding it here?" said tho miner,
n a low tono of ere at astonishment
"Why, of course," answerod tho olork;
"don't you seo it hasn't any postago
paid?" In a tono of utter contempt for
the man who would not forward a lotter
to a woman, paid or unpaid, tho miner
saiil: "Givo mo some stamps." It was
done; ho carefully put stamps on all
the letters in tho window, putting two
on that of tho feminine gender to make
suro that it would go all right, and
stalked out of tho office, with tho con
cluding remark, hurled at tho hoad of
tho astonished Tino Pinto: "Strikes
me there's somo mean people in
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by the immenso nonuUr
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THE CONTRAST !
While other linking Vowthra
are larfjilu (itliitfrroti'd with
Alum and othi r hui't'ul rfntys,
. a n h v
has been krpt -uuvhananl in all
its oritfinal purify and stmuth.
The best evidence of' its safety
aud effectieene in the (net of its
havino reeeired the highest testi
monials from the most eminent
client isls in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no poieders that bear
hiyher chemical tests, nor any
that show so yood results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
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Gems, Dr. Price's Spociol Flavoring
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' Havo iiacd lar(.'e ijuuutiliM ot lo.NU'S I'-XTIUCT
in my r,r-tu;."
Bra, S. II. Mr( Oil!), Matron. II mm of Iwntltute
f'hiMreu. "Vi'J Met It mo-.t itVarioua aud into
Caution.- rOND'S HiTRAT 1 1 14 em'y In
bottlf" with tho ieimu hn 11 In tin. i;u.
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ltol'UM) all liii;ta'.ii:H ami aultitutH,
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,..Vh. fl.eOand II.T5
nt.irrh 4 uri' Jli
aal Kyrlnvp t$
J!..ll.-ati(i i'aiwr... Ji
Cnlcra amounting to f 5 worth, wilt upreaa frue
on reculpt ef mom y or 1'. O. nrL r.
MfOvnStTM I .inem 1 t v, hi ntfTniiT t ora
riu.i-.ui ei ! a. Hi:sr H;l.i; on aituit!om to
POND'3 EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt., Kew "Turk.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
IjosBof appetite, Kauhpr, bo wola coHtive,
Pam in thelliijii),"u'itli h dull aeiiHHtion in
the bf k ptirt, Piiin under tho shoulder
bldde, fullnoHs nftT ntiiiK, with a (liain
cliniition to 1 exertion of bo'Jy'or mind
Irritability of temper, Low apiritH, Loas
of memcry.jyith a IV (.liuiibf hnvlriK neg
lected some duty', wnirlnoBS, DizlneHi
SUu'tterinsr.of th II Mirt, Dots before thtt
eyeaYellow'Sk in, Hoiulaohci licBtlcaH
nesial nltfht, hichly colored Urine. "
IF THESE WAENTNGS A EE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S FILLS iirerspcclully ndiipti-d to
Audi caaa,uiit ,fiiH Ht'rrM Hitrht, cliaii
iif IVn'lini; 11 h to itHtoiiihli tin- Mifti-rcr,
Thpy lllf,-HM tl 4 4lit, Mhtl i-H line Hit,
holly to Tnltt ,m I t,M. Omi tin- nvkIhim la
nitiirUiii't..vi'i I v uirn i onlc trt innoii the
iMg!'1 OrKliliM, Kfu.tlrir fcfMl nrt pro
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TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
(Our II At It or W 11 iski ns i'liaiiK-1 to a Ht.msv
Hi, AO! hy it xtiii:li- i .!i. hihui or l-hlx 1IVK. It
I in 1 in 1 h a nii'uiiil rulor, arm I nsiaiit.uii'Oiinly,
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Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
g llr. Tl rr HIM ll, r Vnl,iil.r liiri.imaMmi tnit k
lWrul IWIi.l. Kill Ih ui.11,1 HIM'. i nllratlua.P
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
Pr,KFETI.Y UKSTORi: THE IIKABINa
mill iH'iforni I ho work ol th Natural lr.im.
Alwavs In poiltlon, lul lutUHili' lu olhera.
All Outivorsaiiim iiml uvmi wlilniicra bi'iinl dla
tinctlv. W rfr to tho antng than, tii'nil for
tlesrrli tivc riinihir wILU t'-sllinntilula. AiMraaa,
E, P.K. FECK & CO.. llmuilnaj, Sew York.
DR. HAMILTON'S EUREKA
g'vp instant relief and effect n n pi'rmanent ur.
I diiiirunti'e a cure every time, or money refunded.
AfU your ntit iKiiKT for It. Senlunreell nf
fix ll.ixoa f or ! i , AiUlreaM
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Fend for out
No. .10, for
Full ami Win
1 y 1 i
ter of 1881. l''rt to tmy address. Con
tains full description of all kiiutu of goods
for pcrnonal and family use. Wo deal
directly with the consumer, and Roll all
goods in any quantity ot vMemk prices.
You can buy better und cheaper than at
MONTGOMERY AVA1M) k CO.
227 aad 220 Walmsh AveniiP.ClileagoJlL
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MKDICINE.
TRADI MARK. Tho Oreut Una-
Huh remedy, An
unliiillnK euro fur
potuncv and all
illxuarea thai fnlow
a a Kc(iimico
of aelf ahuntj; un.
0foreTakUlguniverHalliiHltii((e4f. Hr t.
Plilln tho hai'k,aur iUKifla
uiiiiiii-Fx ui vixioii, iiremaiuro old bixo, and mmiv
other (lim iiHi a that lead to liiaanllv.l ionautnutlon
or a Jirematuru ravu. "iiiuu
frKull particular In our ptam phlot. which ws
dexlae toaeiid fren hv mull til nvcrvone. ryTh
HperllleMndlelnu I xol.l hvull druKiilxta ai 11
tiurKfivrc. or alx puckni;ca for fS, or will ho aent rua
hv mallou receipt of the tnoiicv. hv addrcaaluu
THE (J HAY MUDIC1NK CO.,
Sold lu Cairo bv Taul . Hcliuh.
Dr. S. Sibb::'s Sr.tcmalPiloEemcd7
Gives iiiMant relief andiaantnfalllhia
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
fold tiy I irmrirKM every where. I'rlrn. $1 noprr ho
pci'd lhy mi lt. Hampli i aeut Jr" to I'h v ulclan
and lllmitt. r. ra, hy 1' S -nriaeiUrr A t o, llox HH&.
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I'ortunr I Airnl wrttf null It ! Terrltorw frn.
elitl.-l iww lii-i Im lllllK all' lei l,.:t. I'rolK'll.
I ii It Helta for M'Wiiih and all mui l ima. Iih!a
tim lilijn H -'h Cord and a rxrf-rt Hour fnrlnc.
T1.U r.rr.cuutit v imii. nco.,uw7th av. k.y.
IIISAHOIVH AVI IV XIIK
Alt 1-2 Tim 1IKSX.
Because they are tho LKJHTKST, IIAKDSOMEST,
AND BTIWStit-ST known. Bol I by Opticians and
JewuUrs. Made by SPENCEK 01TICAL CO., N.Y,
V V'l'rHl--" itit.lli.rent yimiiir iran In
" 'u' every country tow i,, to take a
permanent local ai'enry for the xalu of our lea,
rolfer. i te..ln i ;w ki' , in niiixn ru e ra. 'J hU aeu
ey r- r no p'-dillint' ai d hut u iniidernie anio.'iiit
of an i lilior i.inl if proptrlv maiian-d v.11 py
trom Jin to ft (mi i.er i. nr. Pnrllrn ar fne.
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li aiUlt AfUlUT All inilOtlAKT.
Thi.wfll-knr.wn reparation b tiiphlT r-rmmTidJ
Dyaprpain. HaMliwhr, Mrkniw of tt,
Miinarh. m all r,"ni'itiniari.".i; luun Arldllj.
lilliouanma, ar.d Malarial levrra. It c-'i
iar- biixxi ajid rvifiiUu ii, u u a tw't:'
in.-.innN Inr caildrn. rr-fi,l A. KOiKltd1
I i;,h, Chnnt, 2-1 mrkfr eirwl, kew York.
lai.-ior to Mineral Water, Bcldllti Powdtrs. at
l-M f...-( . ! ;i ) .f ..-ff in hi- '1 i:e (ti4
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27 STOP P,KATTYS:0ANreed.
Only .i Adilrean DANIEL K tiKATi'Y, WaU
Parker's Ginger Tonic
('urea rompliint of women and (tlea(j of the
aloinarh. howid, Iuiil'. liver aud kidiirya, and I
entirely dlrtV-retil from l'!t'.:t. ifiiiyr ex.-iicc and
other tan lea ax It mivrr intoxlratea. .Vta and $1
alca, l.arf xavitu' huvlee one dollar aize.
lll!iC:'X A ttt .thetiiixlx, N.Y.
META I. TIP LAMP W U K !
Pal'd Drc. 7,1880.
(1It a IlriUiaiiL White and Stead t
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poxlmu tiiid. Ilnvo threo xli-a, A. U. and I).
Aemt wanted. Addn-xa, Mt'l'AL. TIP LAMP
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tln A ui hnr. A u,w and irnti Med
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nian.xntitlMl "Um Hi:wnnH( (jla
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Cl'TICl'IJA rerniaufiitly Cures nuniors
(f flu1 Sculp and Skin.
CiitU-urH ri tncdiea are for auln hy all tlru(.'(!lala
Price of I'm it urn. a medical Jelly, aiiiall hcixca, Sdcj
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Millet Hoai, K-V. t'utlciiril Medicinal Hhavllig
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to maturity, in po;iril to education, home., aocloty,
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