Newspaper Page Text
TILE DAILY BULLETIN.
Unpublished Poem by Sir Walter Soott.
i My I ite fntbur (nay a corrpnrnlmit) win a
friend of Seutt'i, m helped him In th) decora
tion and nnlrtilnir of Abtxilnr.nl. Ho. .it wmld
ofton dine with ray father whon lu Loud. in,
and WMgroaUy lutur.tcJ In thegurd n. In
oao corner there tu soma rock-work, In
which were itmcrto.l fciino frairmeniiof Mono
ornf uienti from the rultu of Kllbiirii I'rloryj
nd crowning all win a large, Irregularly
hapnd ttono, having a deop rol dtttlii, no
I doubt of forruglnciu origin. Till stono wag
ont to my father by Lord Mulgruve In ono of
hit cement vessels, my father having boon
truck with Its appearance no tlio shore at
Whitby; and from thi'se Hitnple, really uncon
nectod faeU Hcitt nuido out tho following
tory, In versus, which mlirht bo rewarded as a
kind of friendly offering In return lor services
TBI MUCKl.I PTAIS Oil BI.FFMNO BTONB OF
For ths blessed r"d of Sir Oct vaoe tho good
Tho nuns of K I burn .rH.v,
But for tne wrvt.'h who Nhi his blood
No tonguo a prayer sb ill suy.
The belli Nball tin? and the nuns shall sing
Kir Oxrviise to the bit-it.
But holioxt rltixt will never bring
His murderer's soul lo rest.
Now tell m", I pray. th..u palmer groy,
Why to u kneeled at this shrine,
And whv dost ttmu cry o eugoi ly
Upon the help divine?
Oh, tell me who the twin may bo,
And what hi- deathly sin,
1 but the church' prayers for his soul dc3palr
Tho morcy of Christ may win,
I ery at this abrlne on the help divine
To save the soul of ono
Who Indentti ahull lie ere morning light
Upon this ancient stone.
Blr Qerv.ie rode forih fur In tho Norlh
To Whitby's holy we j
In ber bower alo .e his lady niado moan,
A fairer oould not be.
His fnHo bnther enmo to tho weeping damoj
Oh, I luvoynu de.irer than Mo.
Hencol would you win to fh trae aud slQ
Thy bnther's wedded wife?
He is far awav, thou sweet ladle,
And n"ne may h aror sec.
Bo Indy hi iglit, ihl very nigiit,
Oh, open your door to niii.
6ir Oervnse rides forth f :ir In tho North,
'Tts longrreh'i c mie I aeif,
And thlno eyes Ahinu out like stars by ulght
From thy b ilr . f raven black.
The fire shall burn at tho door Mono
Ere 1 open my door to ihe
And thy suit of re I to Sir tii'ivnsn Til toll,
A.d a ti a. tor's death tb u wilt die.
Then fare yo w M', Dime Iwibol,
Thou liely of m.cklo pride;
Thou shall rue the dav tb u saldst nn nay
When back to thee 1 rldn.
Tho day decline'!, t'io rlshir wind
Sung sbnll on Wtaitliy ' s mds;
Wltn ear down laid and ready blade,
behind a n ck he stands.
Blr Gorvaso rodo nn in thought alono,
Leaving bis men behind;
The blow wns ure, Urn tluht . cure,
But a voice whs in itV) wind ;
F le brother, spur thy flying ateed,
Thou canst not At' so fart
But on this at'. no where now I bleed
Tbyseli shall tovittbi toy last. -
That stone wa then on Whitby's sh'iro,
And now behold it berel
And ever tb.it liloo I is in m nc eye.
And ever that voice in mine earl
Now. thou palmer giav, now turn you I pray
And let mi look in tb.nu eye,
AIhsI It burns bright with a fearful light
Like gu.lt ab uttoOlo,
That stono Is ol 1, and o'er It hus rolled
Tna tempest of ninny ears;
But fleroer rago than ot Umip.ittor age
In tby furrowel laca appi bib.
Oh, siieak not thus, thou holy man,
But bend aud pray by me.
And give me yourald in this hour of need
1111 1 my pcuiinec drio.
With book and head, with avo and croed,
Oh, help me while you tony;
When the bell tolls one, oh, 1 'avo mo ulona,
For with me you may nut t!ay.
Sore prayed the friar by tho gray palmor
, As both knelt o'er tho stone.
And reader grew the blood-red huo,
' Aud they hoard a fearful groan.
Friar, leave me now, on my trembling brow
The drops of awe it run down,
And alone wlib hW spirit I must deal tbla night
My deadly guilt to utone.
By th" mnrnltiv liuht ihe good fditr cumo
By the sinner's siile to p. ay;
But bis spli it bad tluwu uud strotcbel on the
. A corpse tho palmer lay.
And still f r m that s'one at the hour of ono
Go visit It who dure
Th blmxl runt red and a shrink of dicad
i'lorcei the midniKht ulr.
No eensiblo calf ever drinks pin with
iU milk. It always wuits until it no
quires its horns naturally. jY. Y. C'twt
A LOCOMOTIVE CAE-RIDE.
7he I'ecu'lnr K-i! Flair Girl Improvised
ai a danger Signal.
"You cannot do it," suid Mmunas;
Tm suro thev will not consent. And."
ho added, taking a bum advuntajro of
my sensibility to ruintirk, "if I were
you I would sit down, and not wri-rirlo.
You don't know how HiUircitlly Gov
crnor F is watching you."
Now, I had ho fear of tlio rejrnrd of
that mild counti-muico across tlio uinln,
and I resented this duplicity of Mo'
"It you don't go nnd bring hitlier
tne conductor, 1 tlireatencd, "1 will
go to him uiysolf yonder umong al
tnose men ask Mm."
Merscnas I think tin? Irait la com
mon to most men dislikes to be niado
conspicuous, and knows my pertinacity.
A moment later tho strong, scjuuro faeo
of the conductor bent over mo, as I
preferred my request with an artistic
admixture of appeal and assurance.
This artfulness was rewarded; at the
next station ho came back to tho plat
form where 1 perched, breathless with
"Tlio engineer says you may come."
Taunting then, I protruded my chin
"Now! You soo all men have not
Mocmnas sighed. "Ah, well! 'Iteing
no very wilful, you must go.' "
It wag with no commonplace sonsa
tion that I shadowed my jjuide through
the microeosmic lifo of tho platform,
bustled by a vuried throng. Hero
Btalked tall or sturdy prospectors,
roujrh-bearded, rongh-clad, equipped
In all the pioneer paraphernalia of ihe
section; here towered the stately form
and grand gray head of a man I had
often marked and revered on tho Btrout
of Los Angoles; there Indians from
iuma and lueson skulked furtively,
dragging their nodden blankets trail,
wise, wiijrgi.ijj th heavy braids of
ooarso hair pendant down their backs:
yonder Bwngtrcred the bullying build
of "cowboys from Ban Simon,,rheavy
booted, cartrldge-bollod, full of hardi
hood. From the chaos ot this crowd, and
ihe Babel of their voleos, the conductor
wuttir me un to the online.
, "liere Is the young lady who wants
to try the cab."
With a prompt, businoRS-liko air, tho
engineer lifted nio to tho cushioned
letlgo where ho had been leaning,
tucked my scant skirls beyond the
reach of tho great, shining lever of the
air-brakes, snowod nio how to brace
myself, ran'' tho warning bell, blow oft
the prescribed Amount of water, and
sped his ongino forward.
To mo that was a wild, weird ride.
Tho sun shone in at the open cab win
dows, but tho wind blew cold from a
Bnow-clad rango at tho right. I pulled
up my coat collar, and pulled down tho
sheltering brim of my manly Kossuth.
Section iuuu along tho lino grimy,
stern-faced Caucasians and stolid cool
ies leaned on their picks to gazo in
wonder at a woman's face looking on
them from such unwonted masculino
surroundings, as wo Hew past. For
ward sped the engine ahmg tho ring
ing rails, fairly bounding over long,
Biraiiiht stretches, panting up heavy
grades, reeling, swn.ving inward, as
tlio incline ot the road fought tho cen
trifugal force around short, bharp
All that dreary, dry country, full of a
dead monotony us it was, told tales of
"things that were, and are, and things
that are to bo;" tho mystery of the
desert; of thirst-smitten traveleis.mnd
donetl by the trackless desolation, stray
ing from their bearings, to die wretch
edly in those lonely delilos; of lost
leads and phantom placers; of tho
ghostly mirage; of murderous Apacho
bands scourging the wastes.
The dismal surroundings horrified
me; I trembled that the great monster
I mounted should go careering on, ap
parently un;'iiidod. I wanted to
know it dominated to seo tho hand
of man on tho curb of tho insensate
creature. I leaned out of tho win
dow, and spoke back to tho engin
eer, standing ou tho tender. "Como
and stand by me; I am afraid. " He
smiled, indulgent to weakness, as
strong men are, nnd ciino inatoneo.
lie taught mo the trick i f tho throttle,
learneil mo tho lore of the lever, and
showed nio the scure index of tho
watcr-guago, whero tho aerated, milky
fluid ran up and down tho tube, with
Suddenly I clinched his broad shoul
der with a nervous hand. "That mnn
on tho track! You will run him down!"
Hut his hand was already on tho
bell-rope. "That is a track-walker.
Do you sco his rod flag? They are
stationed all along hero' every uvo to
fifteen miles. Ho will leave in good
The man, but a few rods away, step
ping from tie to tio between tho rails,
swung, himself leisurely asido as wo
I tried to excuse my cowardice.
"You seo, I have been weak and ill,
and 1 havoseen two men killed by tho
"Yes; I know what that horror ij."
His voice dropped. "I once killed a
Presently ho opened a sort of locker
beneath lr.y feet, saying: "1 must see
tho time table. This is only my second
trip over the road,"
As I drew up my fuet to givo way, a
gust of wind swirled in and swept my
6kirts back from the low shoes and scar-
Jet hose, that matched ill the rest of a
rather masculine cost imio. In despite
of him. lf tho engineer smiled at my
consternation. Correctness of detail
is mv pride rind weakness.
'Let me tell you a story, ho said.
"It can hardlv seem imwrtinent. now
that we have laughed together, licfore
the junction of these roads I was run
ning between N and M . lie
named two stations on tho Eastern lino
"Lacy, tho station-man at Austin, had.
a daughter, a half-grown girl, wild as
an antelope. Austin was no place at
all, just the station-house, in part of
which Lucy's family lived, and wo nev
er stopped there unless signaled. It
was only four miles out of Las Milpas,
and Laey's daughter walked daily to
tho lluehlo to school and back. Wo
passed Austin between four and five in
the afternoon, and 1 used to meet Mar
cia trudging along the lies homeward.
Sometimes sho would bring my heart
to my throat by keeping to the track
till 1 thought she must be caught, sure.
Hut she always escaped just in time,
and stood mocking at us liko an imp,
swinging her Hnns. and whirling about
liko a mad creature. I spoke to tho
father about the risks she ran, but he
seemed to have no control over her. I
suppose it was the solitude of her homo
that made her so wild.
Duo day a 'hot box' had delayed us,
and we weiu tearing along at unusual
spued, making up time. From the nio
meut wo flashed past Austin, I was on
tho watch for Marcia, fearing she'd be
caught if sho should bo earule .s or
Blower than usual. About half a niilo
beyond tho station, on a long down
grade, 1 saw her far away, just a mere
speck on the sund, and, as well as I
could judgo at the distance, all of a
heap on tho ground. 1 slowed up,
fearing something had befallen the
girl. As wo cntne tolerably near, sho
jumped to her feet, and began waving
a red flag, that had the singular np
poaranco of being in two long, narrow
pieces. That was enough to stop tho
train; no man would be reckless enough
to disregard that signal, even from
such a mad piece as Marcia. I left the
engine to Joo, and ran to the girl; tho
conductor had reached her idrcady,
and hold her whero sho stood, a bravo
littlo woman as over lived, hot, exhaust
ed, dirtv, and barefoot. 'Tho rustlers
have chopped tho lru;;'leis down In
lliley's cut,' sho gasped. 'Thorn tim
bers is weakened enough to wreck for
ty thousand trains, ami I knowod yo'
couldn't seo it from above, and yo' ue
hind time, and cumin fast; and 1 run
and run to tell daddy in time; and
when I seo yo', I knowed it wasn't no
use to make signs at yo1 cause I'm al
ways a-doiu' some fool caper, lint the
flag was btno lo fetch yo', and so I
milled oil my re I slockin's, and shuck
'em out; and hyer yo' are, 0. K.P
Talk about fainting as a consequence
tit over-refinement, delicate rearing,
and hereditary exhaustion of nerve
tension! That child panted through
her explanation, nm then fell back In a
swoon, un naturally as if she had been
a princess. And ' now, iuIhs, you sen
why I udnilro cardinal stocklnns," suld
Oddly enough, tho speech did not
Impress mo as Impertinent. The Ar-
.aiaiai iiimiii . k,,,.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
It is stated as a fact that no man ever
camo to tho Presidency who was born
in a city.
Six valuable marblo quarries are now
f iving employment to many hands in
Iawkins county, Tennessee.
"Ouo's two' is tho contradictory
statement a man often makes in an
Judging from tho number of special
terms of tho circuit court of Alabama,
it would seem that violations of tho
law are on tho increase.
A preachers' institute, to train young
men for tho lay ministry, is to bo or
ganized in connection with the general
Flautist churches in London.
Colonel Tom Ochiltree savs Texas
whisky is as hot as lava. It is often
called "a drop of the crater." Boston
California papers print a report that
thirty-live families from the Oneida
Community, New York, have purchased
lands near Santa Ana, Cal.
"What building is that?" asked a
stranger of a boy, pointing to a school
house. "That?" said tho boy. "Why,
that is a tannery!" and be feelingly
ruhbod his back as ho passed on.
The thirteen trees which Alexander
Hamilton planted on his grounds in
New York city, in honor of the thir
teen states of tho union, arc still stand
ing. Tho relatives of William Cullon Bry
ant have placed a monument on tho
spot in Cummington, Mass., where ho
was born, bearing this inscription:
"Itirthplace of Ihyant, Nov. 3. 1794."
Uev. Jabez L. Swan, of New London,
an evangelist well known in eastern
Connecticut, was crazed by tho news of
tho president's death while on his way
from a baptist conference, and has
been taken to the Providence asylum.
The commission appointed by tho
Russian government to inquire into tho
best means of diminishing drunken
ness has entered upon its labors. Ex
perts from all tho different governients
of the empire will give evidence.
A bank of Warsaw received, recent
ly, an example of a new forgers' ad
vice, which consists in splitting hun
dred ruble notes, and uniting each side
with tho corresponding upper or under
half of a false note.
Two women stopped a train near
Watorbury, Conn., recently by waving
a red shawl, and told the engineer that
a nan who apparently wanted to kill
himself had just gone down the track.
Tho train moved on slowly and found
the man lying drunk across the rail.
Startling news was received in Au
gust from tho American missionaries at
Chilian Fu, in Shantung, to the effect
that their lives aro in imminent danger
from the Chinese populace. Subse
quent information, however, shows that
the thing was not so serious as at first
Tho city of Lagos, on tho west coast
of Africa, was built years ago behind a
lagoon or marsh, which extends some
distance in front of the main land, and
was designed especially ns a strong
hold for the slave trade. Now instead
of slaves, the export of products reach
es 2,WU,)00 a year, and tho landmark
by which vessels find their way into
port is the spire of a church.
There is a wealthy brewer in Mon
treal who built a church and inscribed
on it: "This church was erected by
Thomas Molson at his solo expense.
Hebrews xx. chapter." Some of tho
McOill Collego wags got a ladder ono
night and altered the inscription so as
to make it read: '"This church was
erected by Thomas Molson at his soul's
expense. Ho brews (double) XX"
"Yes," whispered the boy' to Mr.
liarnum, "I'm ready to pay for my
ticket, but I want tho privilege of go
ing in by crawling under tho tent."
And Mr. IJarnum agreed, and ordered
the guards not to interfere with tho
lad; and after the boy had porformud
the feat Mr. IJarnum went inside and
asked his reasons for it, and tho lad
explained that ho had got over $7 bet
with the boys who had tried tho crawl
and failed, that he would succeed in it
At the conference of free thinkers In
London, 1'radlaugh stal id his opinion
that it mi'jrht bo considered iniperti
nenco on their part to send a message
of condolence, as (Jarfiold was so pro
foundly religious. At the samo timo ho
could not but feel tho utmost sympathy
with the bereaved family. Tho state
ment was received with profound
Dan Hryant used to tell a negro
minstrel story of his bravery when
ho belonged to a rillo corps in Mexico.
Ho declared that he captured one
Mexican, as big as a giant, and cut on"
his feet. "Why did you cut his foot
off?" asked Jerry llryant. "Reeauso
sumo other rifler had been there be
fore mo and cut offhis head!" said Dan.
It is said by somo one who has ap
parently looked up the facts that only
seven days of national fasting and hu
miliation havo been appointed by Pres
idents sinco tho establishment of tho
government, and that they bavo been'
designated ns follows: May 9, 179H, by
Adams; January 12, 1815, by Madison;
the hist Thursday of September, 18(11,
April iJO, lMiil), and tho first Thursday
of August, 18GI, by Lincoln; May 2!,
1HG5 (postponed to Juno 1) by John
son; and September 2G by Arthur.
A touching story told by tho Uev. Dr.
H. C. Potter in (Jraco Church,' New
York, illustrates tho popular feeling in
an effective way: A poor woman
stopped o.i tho street on Saturday and
inquired tho price of a picturo of Gar
field. "Tcu cents," was tho answer.
"Couldn't you lot nio havo ono for 6?"
sho asked. "Yes," said the vender. She
took it and kissed it again nnd again
with tho tears streaming down her face,
"Yo was a poor boy yourself once,"
Bho said, "and yo know how to feel for
The erection of tho new American
hotel iu Loiuhm has commonccd. It
w ill occupy nearly an aero on tho north
ern side ol Ilolborn, abutting on War
wick court and HoKumi. It is lo con
tain four hundred rooms, and will bo
called tho First avonuo hotel, because
It is intended to construct an avonuo
through tho block of tho hotel build
ing. Among tho houses which will
have to bo removed to clear, tho way
will bo tho Duke's theatre nnd a tone
ment to which considerable interest at
inches ns tho domicile of Haydn, in
which ho wrote tho greater part of
"Tho C'otitlon." Tho Bocloly of Arts
will provldo u mural tablet to mark tho
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
A queer newspaper enterprise has
just, been started in llerlin under tho
name of the daily IiundsrJmu. It is
called "a journal for non-politicians,
and, at tho samo time, supplementary
to tho political organs of every party."
It is edited by tho poet, Frederick Ro
denstedt, aud tho corps of contribu
tors announced includes many of tho
most famous writers of Germany. Tho
idea upon which the llundachau is
founded is that political matters, evon
in uneventful tunes, monopolize too
much spaeo in tho newspapers. There
fore it is proposed, in tho rule, to limit
tho politics of tho day to a comparative
ly small part of the space, to keep
apart from political controversy, and
leave religious questions untouched.
On tho extention of tho New England
road from Rrewstor's to tho Hudson
there is ono of those peat-beds like one
"which, near Wallingford, has caused
tho consolidated road so much trouble.
This one, west of Rrowster's, required
over six hundred car-loads of earth lo
fill it before a foundation could bo had
for the abutments of a bridge across
tho shallow pond. For this structure
piles ono upon another havo been driv
en 110 feet into tho peat, nnd tho long
est goes down 114 feet below tho sur
face. A 3,000 pound weight has been
used in driving them, and, at tho last
fall of this immense hammer, a fall of
twenty or thirty feet, would drivo tho
piles only l.alf an inch, so great was
tho friction on tho sides of the piles.
As it was, bottom was not reached after
all; tho friction on tho piles sustains
them. Some seventy or eighty thous
and cubic y arils of earth havo boon
dumpod into this pit. '
"Don't Know Hair (heir Value."
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney Complaint, as recommended.
I had a hail' buttle left which I used for my
two little girls, hIki the doctors and neigh
bors says could not be cured. I would have
lost both of them one night if I had not
given them Hop Bitters. They did them so
much good i continued their use until they
were cured. That is why I sty you do not
know half the value of Hop Bitters, and do
not recommend them high enough." R.,
Rochester, N. Y. See other column.
American liural Home.
The long litigation between Bishop
O'llara and Father Staek, in Williams
port, Pa., has ended iu each party being
allowed t ) pay half the costs. Father
Stack is consoled by the aunoun enieut
that f a1 his rem val from the thick that
he had gathered around him, nothing
could bo done to repair the wrong.
.. . - m m
Tiik si"n over Ihe store read as follows:
"BooUs, Stationery, line's & Medicines."
He went in and asked for a copy of "Croup
in Children," and the clerk handed him a
bottlcof Dr. Bu'l's Cough Syrup.
A Elackfoot Belle.
The Toronto (ilow's correspondent
out west with Lord Lome gives this de
scription of the costume of a Rlackfoot
belle: "Tlio upper portion of her face,
including forehead, eyes, and checks,
was painted in bright chrome yullow,
tho lower portion of her faco was
scarlet, she wore a scarlet blanket
thrown loosely over her shoulder, and
under this was a long loose blouse
made out of a dark navy blue blan
ket and trimmed with pipings of
scarlet and white. This biouso was
fastened at tho waist with a leather
belt fully eight inches broad and lit
erally covered with largo bosses of
polished brass. On her nock was a
string of brass beads as largo as cher
ries. Ono of her bracelets consisted of
a coil of heavy brass wiro tliut would
weigh not less than a pound and a half,
while the other, which was of nearly
the samo weight, wa.s made of largo
brass bends; several of her fingers wero
nearly covered with coils of brass wiro
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SI' UK (.TUB KOI'NI) AT J.AST. Ml O.NK NKKU
A sure cure fir the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oitit
nu nt. A single box has cured the woM
chronic canes of :M and 110 years siautliiig.
No one need Miller live minutes allerapplv
ing this wonderful m ; li i medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Kiectuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oit.t
incut absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (paniculnrly at night after getiii.g
warm in bed i, acts us a poultice; gives
initniit and painless relief, nnd is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private purist
urn I nothing else.
Read what the Hon .1. M. Collinherry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment : "I have used scores of
pile cures, Mini it affords me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile rtintnicnt.''
i'or hiiie oy an iiniggims, or niailci
receipt ot price $1.00
J'imnk S. IIknuy & Co.,
Sole Prop's, Cleveland. 0
For sale by (li:o. V,. O'u wu, Dniggis.
Francisco Salaaar nnd Nicolas Sepul
veda wero tried for cattle-stealing hi
San Joso, Cal., in 1879, and tho jury
found tho "dcfendane.es guilty." Tho
clerk, in recording the verdict," attempt,
od to correct the mistake in orthogra
phy, nnd wrote "defendant guilty,"
and they wero each sentenced to livo
years in the stato prison. Sepulvoda's
caso was appealed and has now been
decided in his favor on the ground of
uncertainty iu the verdict.
J iT. If "L 4!.
Hauraltjia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scale's,
Gsnoral Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Hsidache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all ether Pains
Ni Irepnratlon nn enrlli (-.piiils St Jacobs Oilss
S , , nitni'lf Hint rieoj KxUtiihI Ki iueily.
A Inn! -iii nils but the c unj .urtitt v ly tritlinv i.iitipjr
of ;0 ( 4'iitN, iiml every one Midi rinc hli mm
Can hve clieup Kiel positive proof of it clmui.
Hiwllons iu Kleven I.a'ruiiifes.
80LD BY ALL ERU00I8TS AND DEALERS 15
A.VOGELER &, CO.,
llaltimtrre Mil.. V. .
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lqssof 8ppetit,NHUsea,boweln costive,
PfttnjheneH(S,wijh"a"dull Herniation in
ChlllacirparCPatnunder the Hhoulder
Blade fuljneoa after cnting", with a dining
clinution foexertion of body or mindi
IrritubtUfyjif temper, I,ow npints, Los
of meruorjTjjyith a feeding tf having neg
lected some duty'rw'f,ftri"eBH. Dizziness,
i'luUerinirof the Heart, Dots before tha
eje8,"Yellow Skin, Ifc-iviaeho, HeHtleii.
neasui nigni, biRciy euioreu urine.
IF THESE WAE5LNGS AEE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES W!Ll SOON EE DEVELOPED.
TUTT8 PILLS "r" r iiill ml;, .t to
mi ell 'HM-.,oiie rio.e fil'i-rt Mii-inrhniiK
of feellni; un to n .ton Nil t lie elli rer.
'J hey rriiM-Itir 4M-Ilte, nnd iiiiv llm
holy In TU- IMl I'h-.ll. tle.H the kv-Iiiii Is
niiirl.li-l.ii.l l.y tn itTonle rlinnii 11. e
llK-tlt r Oruttn. lw-KMIiirfciMl rr I.
pi J' PMit. IW liirrtv M
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
CI H a v it Alitor V imsk i ie elmiiirxl hi n Hf.v
111 . K IjV B mlii-li- HI nth .11 ef Uin IIVK. ll
liiiinrM iiiil.iriil iii..i,.i.n It.'.l.iiiUiiiiHiinly.
h-,,4 ty Him l' -ii. i ..i ' i ; n i- c. I ot ft.
Office, 35 Murray St.. Now York.
(Or. TI ITU IIM (1. "I '' l- lnr-.rmiN.ia nt
IWful KrtM .III Ik- atll"! It tl n..llratl.a.
In relmliiirHeil in eri nl iiieii-ure. In Hi ue trmilileil
with tti ak kili. I'). ! v n phlii inn. ti-e of llo.tft
ler'c Hliiiniirli Itilli-rr, wliti li im i -t irn' itmt ntlli:
lilat.-n wltliiiel exniii.1.' the nilniirv nrnim. In
roiijiiiii'tinii with It- li.ilie ii'e ii mi ihriii it cor
rrctn iidiiey. tinjirnvi'. uep. liic, mil i in every
way c . . i n I ' 1 1 1 v . in lienlili in. hi'iv" ii .mic, Aiioili
er marked i utility In it .mm nil mvr 'ever hiiI nuiie.
mid ll. iiwr of iiMveiJini' I' I'nr i-ule liy nil
(lriii;Ui ami I uler- j:-ii mlK .
Whoso complexion betrays
sotno litnnillallnpr imperfec
tion, whose mirror lelln yon
that you nro Tunned, Hallow
and disfigured in countenance,
or have Irruptions, llcducss,
Iloughncss or umvholosonio
tints of complexion, wo say
Use llagnn'H Magnolia Ilalni.
It tea delicate, harmlesgaud
delightful article, producing
tho most natural and entranc
ing tints, tho arlillclality of
which no observer can detect
and which noon becomes per-manr-nt
If the Magnolia ISulm
U h STOMACH
NEW YORK STOHK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TJIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. l ATI Nit CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth Htrout )
Commercial A vuiiiio f
THE GREAT CURE
l It U for 11 diMaoe of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWEL8.
It oleanfM the lyitem of ths torid poinon
that cauu, tha dmadlul luffunng whioh
only tha Tiottiui of Ilhouinktum oan rcaltie,
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha wont forma or thla ternbla ((laoaae
he boon quickly rMoed, in ahort tuna
lui had wonilr rrul aurtvu, and an Inunenac
aala In every part of tlia Country. Iu hun
dradaofoanoali liaaoured whorealt cIM had
f.-illcd. It ta mild, but cmsirnt, KIITII.N
l -M 1TH ACTION, but harniltoa In all oaMW.
tWl t elranr, Htrrn(thrii anil ! New
Ufa to all Uia Importanturxiuiaul tho body
Tho natural action ol tha Kld:if.Tiia roatored
Tha Liver la oloanaod of all dineaao. and the
BowbI move frocly and bi-althftillr. In thla I
way tha worat dweasva ara eradicated from
Aa It haa bean proved by thoiuanda that
la tlia molt offootuul rt aody for cltanauix tha
ayatemof all morbid aecretiona. It ahoiud ba
uaed tn erorr houaehoid at a
alwava ourva BIIJOUHN Erirt, t O.NdTIPA
TiUt:, flLEH and all I EM ALB Vuctt.
ll put up Inllrr Vrfrlahlr Korn. In tin rana,
on parkm- of 1. 1. It'll inNl.-tr..(i ii tn miirmf .
Aifr in Liquid Karm. rrr t'aut-ratra1-4 far
the r-u M-l.lfii.-i' ..f tli..- ii'.raiitiot rru.Ji.y pro
pare it. Unfit vuh e.u.it efirtmcy in eil 'rurr.
urr iToryot'it pitfudiMT. nun: i.o
WKI.IA, liil IHIillsOM Jtr:.. I'rnu'4,
WI11 ar nl thelrr iv.m 11 ! i HI Kl IM.TUV tT.
GET THE BEST I
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
Ouaraut o(m1 Unctjualed
fcnprr?7eao!itJ anl Coavenltaees fcusi in
For Scl la Every City and Town
in tho United Ctatea.
Nlfrnri! ni'Mili.ii! m.il r.:i:n. r-pi-mlr r.'.icf
Hi"l ri.niprti' r 'Inriii1"!! 1. 1 '.' I', tinr Trcilmu
allij full inrtlrii!nr iliii.ii il "'I ' t, f hi'imi..
!' K. t't'l.in , Ti.wr r.l.M-l: M, l,im . Mo.
Tone, Toncu,WorIraaDsliip & DnraMlity.
wir.LMtf KHAnr. , en.
A'.. 'JA nmt M Wi-nt Itiililninro Strort, llnltlnmiu
Iii. lUFIXtliAveuuu. Huw Voi k.
VlillVIt AIIV If ymi wuiilu li'i'i-'i Ti'liL-rc-I'MJllU
Jllil ,hy in n.nr in. imiIik. iiml ho
rtirtuiti rif a liiii.tlnii, whlri'm Vuli'inlnu Itrmliti.t,
'V.' hHt VLVl '...o..ih. All K XPENSE9
2.tV.SieJ. ftlliM vrmpOf p.l.l. SLOAN
A ". uUrml M. t lnrluu.ll. U.
V UAH Hinl i-xpi tiHin Id i" ti'". Out
fit friii-. Atl'lr'fM
V. 0. VIIKKHV. AiikIh. .Vo.
il l ' Ka y worlt: foully uimy
lilU 1 All Hlllllpll'K fll'l. WrilKIO
I 1NDSKY IO,, flinriiiuiiciiii. .hhi-m.
J'ir.lOS, IU1-KK I'irKS!
t.,1 lili,. 1..im, i.k- ulll tillKlt ivi'lv Mll(I OlVi'C-
tiinllyt iiro liUnil, IH.i-ditiifBii.l lit limn Mi!. Ntjt
fornilii livdriiMiaic- Hi'ii' i'U rcriiliitol irlcn, Kl.
r ! " i f! ir. I T 'Av ! : u.Kt.i.,.,M.M.
1,1,1 Villi' I , -
uia unllli'il fur l.lfil
'ri' lili.nl (.ilrlli lil. A
nrtiil.Mii. f lll.hil IiIhIii-
frMi,i rr.i.ili' to trnivii, hy Hi" finli i'iil liliii!i."i'hi'r,
rol, t.'timviill. Iiilrinliirniiii hy IiIh iixwlluiiry iiiin,
l.'HIlt, tlnVlTIIIII' 111 .11 ill-, iiwiikh n. i ri-niij
llvnru All I'll'L'llllllV IllllClriltllll Villlllllll, h II-
clornoti'tMllltoft- l.llii'rnl ttTtiia. Ain-nif Inko tirilcru
fur from HO Itl n"CniH'l niuiy. wuimum nn? nn"'.
lunik ti'ti iiinim Airi'tii iiiivit nmilii iniiiii'y !
Tin' bniiK "'H" Ifi'll r.xiu'ri'iir.i, nu
ViillnrB niiktiiiwii, All iniiltii Ittiini iiau
iinillla. I'rlviitti Innin fruu, tltiu. rilliimin & tu.
"". , .1.. " .tV''v.c,1.-1. , .
..M --.in-. - MW4' '-lfi-4'
1 niiv--a .1-4 ... , ,