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THE DAILY CAI1J0 BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
TIER DAILY BULLETIN.
An e'-slavo in North Carolina is tho
owner of a plantation of 1,'iOO ncrcs up
on which ho has fifteen t; unnts.
Tho rico crop of Gooi-giii, Ninth ftti'l
South Carolina is cstiuiutod at 81.000
The red spider Is doln onnsidorablo
damage to almond and other trees in
Old San Bernnrdino, C;il.
Judgo Asa I'm-kir's millions will not
be distribute before Miring. The firm
of Noble, Hamniott & Co., Iiavo a claim
Of $3.560,000 against tho estate.
W. Millican. of Engene, Oregon, do
fondant in the $20,000 breach of prom
ise suit, has marriiul the plaintilV, Miss
Bradley.and so stopped the proceedings.
A water-snake was discovered ' re
ccntly at Lakeland. L. I., which was
ton feet long. Its body was six inches
The army retired list is limited to 400.
There are at present only seven vacan
cies, whilo liiy oilieers are eligible to
An old adage says that "courtesy
opens many doors." True, and it's in
fernal discourtesy that doesn't shut
them again. lioston J'ust.
There are 1:1.000,000 cows in tho
United Sta'es, This is more than are
kept by any nation in Europe, Germany
having the nearest, 8,0G2,'221.
Within the bust fifty years thero have
'been more churches built and restored
in England than during the w hole time
previously since tho Anglican Reforma
tion. There arc 40,000 breweries in Europe,
and of all tho houses in England and
Wales tho formidable number of ll.'i,
000, or ono in every forty, tiro devoted
to tho sale of lienor in some form or
Grace Darling's monument in Ham
borough churchyard, England, is rap
idly decaying and will so' hi he utterly
destroyed unless some method of pres
ervation is adopt I'd.
Pref. William Fiske. of Cornell Uni
versity, ha.-, tin 'e the ni'Ht nearly com
plete colli'di'iii of the works of Petrarch
and works relating to him, in exist
ence. (ion. Grant's favorite grandchild is
reported to be little Julia Dent Grant,
tho eldest child of Col. Frederick Grant.
Tho General . is ' enthusiastic in her
praiso, describing her as the most fas
cinating child he has ever seen.
Tho New York, New Haven and
Hartford road is putting up near every
bridgo a win ning signal, consisting of
small ropes hanging from an arm above
the track. The ropes strike the brake
men and warn them to duck.
Paris has more poor people than any '
city in tho world. Tho number of reg
istered poor who have received relief
during tho present year reaches tho
number of 354,812. of whom 200,000 ro
ceived out-door relief.
The last extravagance in 'French hoso
ia a new stocking of cream white lace
in open work designs to bo worn over
another one of spun silk tinted a lleslt
color. The lace stockings cust $25 a
Of course it was an Irishman, but ho
seonied to have a fair idea of tho situa
tion. He was describing the diU'eront
mottoes displayed during the obsequies
of the late President, and said that ono
read: "God reigns, and tho oflldals at
Washington still hold out"
A correspondent estimates that more
strangers visited tho little Swiss village
of Elm, Sunday. Sept 18, to gaze upon
the ruin wliicli tho falling mountain
had wrought, than had been within its
borders during tho last 100 years of its
It has been decided that tho monu
ment to Gen. Uurnside shall bo an
equestrian statue, and that it shall be
set up in Providence. Citizens of Bris
tol, K. I., offered to contribute $5,000
to $10,000 providing tho same was
Mrs. Tuackura, General Sherman's
daughter, is to live in Philadelphia
hereafter, as be- husband has accepted
a share in his father's business and will
resign his post in tho navy. General
Sherman has now a sixth grandchild
the fifth child of bis daughter, Mrs.
Harry Garfield, tho lato President's
oldost son, will, after graduating at
Williams, go to Cleveland and praetico
law. Harry and his bro'her James are
devoted to their feeble old grandmoth
er; James especially watches over her
closely and bis mother says this has al
ways been his way.
The soldiers engaged in tho building
of the now telegraph lino from Fort
Klamath undertook to raft a lot of tam
arack polos down Wood river to the
lake, aud, to their surprise, tho pules
sank. At last accounts tho officers weio
talking of buoying them up with pum
Tho family of Samuel Hamlin, of
Yuba City, Oil., partook rather freely
of new almonds tho other day, and all
the family except tho father were taken
violently ill, and were only relieved by
vomiting and purging. Their cxpori
enco may be a warning to others with
reference to eating undried almonds.
The Duchess Eugenia Eitla has sold
her palace for the curious re;:son that
it is too vast so be manageable. Paron
Rothschild has bought it and will I n in
form it into the head olllcc of the Upper
Italian Railway. The interior decora
tion is magnificent; tho famous Luina
cartoons were bought for this palace at
a cost oi y22,uuu
Funny Clow found tho ordinary di
versions unsatisfactory at Little Falls,
N. Y.( and so sho annnod herself und
pioved her friends by King four days
in a pretended trance. " A watch was
sot and she was caught eating on the
sly. Her next fun was obtained by
hiding aud letting it bo supposed sho
had drowned herself. This time sho
was detected in sending her own death
notice to anwspapor.
A cake eaten in pcaeo is worth two
In trouble, A candle lights others and
consumes itself. A careless watch in.
vites the thief. A charitable man is the
truo lover of God A colt you may
break, but an old horso you never can.
A constant guest is never welcome.
A contented mind is a continual
feast. A courageous foo is bettor than
a cowardly friend. A covetous man
does nothing that he should till he dios,
A cracked bell can never sound well.
A crooked stick will throw a crooked
shadow. A cuunlng knavo needs no
broker. . "
The have lUbatftftlvU Waldo
Einerscu's father was buried at Center
Rutland, but Col, George H. Iranian,
of that placo, corrects this blunder and
gives tho facts. Mr. Emerson's grand
father was Chaplain in tho United
States army, and, in passing through
Rutland, died a few miles south of the
village. His funeral was attended by
a detachment of soldiers from tho fort
existing in Rutland at that timo, and
ho was buried with military honors in
the old graveyard at Center Rutland.
Ralph Waldo Emerson visited tho old
ground many years ago.
"With moro untillo t acres than there
aro in Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa
combined," tho San Francisco Chroni
cle says, "tho settler who comos to
California linds extreme difficulty in
securing a homo 1C0 acros at evon
four times as much as 1C0 acres would
cost him in any of those States. Mil
lions of acres have been transferred
from government to corporation con
trol, and tho corporations, with singu
lar blindness to their own interests,
seem to bo tho worst enemies tho set
tiers have. Other millions of our befit
acres aro locked up in Spanish and
Mexican grants, held for udvancing
rates simply because tho machinery
provided for taxing them does nut work
with honesty and smoothness."
A new car-wheel is being mado at
the Allslon Wheel Works near Hostoti,
and it will soon bo tested on tho Boston
and Albany road. It Is forty-two inch
es in diameter, with nino solid wrought
iron double spokes; tho hub is nine
inches in diameter ami seven inches
thick, and tho rim, two inches thick, is
welded to the spokes. Tho rim is of
solid cast-steel, live inches broad, tho
slope is ono in twenty, and the flango
is ono inch high in sections, formed
with curves of one inch radius. Ine
double spokes give the noedod elastici
ty, and the steel tiro is expected to run
200,000 miles beforo turning is nocos-
The Management of Sick (Jhildren.
The vicissitudes necessarily incident
to an out-door and primitive mode of
life are never the first causes of any dis
ease, though they may sometimes be
tray its presence. Bronchitis, nowadays
perhaps tho most froijuent of all infant
ile diseases, makes no exception to
this rule; a draught of cold air may re
veal tho latent progress of tho disorder,
but its cause is long confinement in a
vitiated and overheated atmosphere,
and its proper remedy ventilation and
a mild, phlegm-loosening (saccharine)
diet, warm sweet milk, sweet oatmeal
porridgo or honey water. Select an
airy bedroom, and do not be afraid to
open tho windows. Among the child
ren of the Indian tribes who bravo in
open tents tho terriblo winters of tho
Hudson Bay Territory, bronchitis.croup
and diphtheria aro wholly unknown;
and what wo call "taking cold" might
often bo moro correctly bo described as
taking hot; glowing stoves and even
open (ires in a night nursery greatly
aggravate the pernicious effects of an
impure atmosphere- The. first parox
ysm of croup can be promptly relieved
by very simple remedies; fresh air and
a rapid forwurd-and-backward move
ment of the arms, combined, in urgent
cases, wit!) the aop'.ication of a flesh
brush (or piece of llannel) t'i tho tu'ek
and upper part of tho chest. I'aragorie
and poppy-syrup stop tho cough by
Jethargizing the irritability and thus
preventing the discharge of the phlegm
till its accumulation produces a second
and far more diiigoroiis paroxysm.
These second nt'ucks of croup (after
the admini ;ration of palliatives) are
generally tho fatal one". When the
child is convalescing let him bewaro of
stimulating food and overheated rooms.
Do not give aparienl medicines; cos
trveness, as an after-ell'ect of pleuritic
affections, will soon yield to fresh air
and a vegetable diet. Dr. Felix L.
Electricity as a Motive Power
A correspondent of the London
Times, writing of the Electric Exhibi
tion at Paris, says:
"During the last few days a number
of new machines have been in action to
show the different applications of elec
tricity as a motive power. This is a
special branch of the subject, which
will attract a large number of visitors.
Most of tho machines of this class aro
in tho northwest corner of the building.
Here the plowing machine of M. Menier
is exhibited by M. Felix, and although
it Joes not actually plow tho ground, it
is interesting to see the way in which
tho electro-motor drags the plow with
threo shares across tho space devoted
to it, while a workman sits in it and
guides its direction. Then there is a
circular saw driven by electricity. Tho
diameter of tho saw ir three feet, and
tho planks upon which it works are live
inches thick." M. Piat exhibits i i tho
same part of the building a stone-cutter
and an electrical hammer, which does
all tho work usually assi'med to tho
steam hammer. Close to these ma
chines is another for pumping water,
driven by a Grammo motor; the largo
volume of water which is thrown out
conveys to ilie eye somo idea of tho
great force which can bo transmitted
by electricity, although in reality this
machine does not require nearly so
much force .13 many other motors in
the exhibition. In the same corner wo
find a number of machines for sewing
and for driving band-saws, and so
forth, all driven by tlieconvenient littlo
motor of M. Depress. There is also an
embroidering machine, which is more
interesting from its mechanical con
struction than from its being driven by
electricity, Near to this spot thero is
also a rock-drilling machine, for use
with black diamonds; tho drill rolafcs
undorthe influence of a Gramme ma
chine, and while a hole is being bored
it advances under tho influence of tho
water pressure obtainable in Paris,
which is about threo atmospheres."
Bcject tho Oiler
by a dealer of any article claimed to possess
properties identical with or similar to teeth
saving SOZODONT. Only purchaso tho
real Simon Pure, which deles both imita
tion and competition. Nothing can vio
wun it in elhcaey, as a donor of dental
health and beauty, notwithstanding any
representation to the contrary. It causes
tuu luuiu in ijnjam iiKe Duruinhed ivory,
iivirwui ingredient, anu hub a
most gravei ui flavor ana smell.
Tumohs, erysipoliw, mercurial diseasi,
scrofut and general debility curod by "Dr.
Lludscy's Blood Searcher." ''
A Man Who Passnd a Torrible Night
Tho other day Parson Biggs, an old
timo preacher from "away in tho coun
try," paid his first visit to L'ttlo Rock.
Ho went to tho resldenco of old S.iuiro
Mucklo, who at ono lime had lived in
tho Parson's neighborhood. . Tho
'Squire's family were exceedingly glad
to see tho Pa' son, for years ago he had
taken off his saddlo at tho 'Soulro's
gate: had eaten corn-bread and cab
bage with tho family, and had sung and
prayed until tho boys, who bad plowed
all day, fell asleep. After singing tho
old familiar songs, and praying tho old
familiar pruycr, tho 'Squiro conducted
tho Parson to tho bed-room designed
for tho rest of tho good old servant.
"What do you call this?" askod tho
Parson, regarding with an air of inter
est a mos(uito-bar suspendod above biio
"Why, that's a mosquito-bar."
"What account is itP"
"To keep off mosquitos."
"Brother Mucklo, I thought that you
were too sonsiblo a man to give way to
these town lixius. You told mo that
ybon I come to seo you wo would have
u revival of the old days. Now you
want to hang the thing over mo. Tako
it down, please. I'm atraid that tho
vanity that 1'vo aliens heard lurked
about these towns is taking ahold of
Tho bar was taken down, and tho old
man blew out his candle, which be al
ways carried in his saddle-bags, with a
"puff," and rotirod.
Tho 'Squire and Mrs. Mucklo slept
in an adjoining room. They had been
in bod but a few moments when Mrs.
"What was that noiso?"
"Pow-pang!" camo from the adjoin
"I don't know what it is," answered
the 'Squire Stuffing the corner of the
pillow into ids mouth.
"Slap!" came from the next room.
"Did you hear that?" exclaimed Mrs.
"It's nothing," said the 'Squire.
"Something is shaking this bed, Mr.
"Go in thero and seo what's the mat
ter with tho Parson. Mr. Muckle."
"Chuck, chuck, chuck," was all that
Muckle could say.
"Von act like a man that hasn't got
any sense. You'd lay here and see a
man in the next room die."
"How can 1 lay here and (chuck) see
a man in tho (chuck) next room? The
door's shut and the light's out."
"You must go in there, Mr. Muckle."
"Why don't you go?"
"Think I'm going into a man's room?
All right; if the old man dies it ain't
my fault;" and Mrs. Mucklo turned
over, and Mucklo chuckled himself to
Next morning when the Parson ap
peared at the breakfast table he pre
sented a swollen appoaranco. His faco
was covered with bumps and his hands
looked as though they had the nettle
"I lay there and fit them things all
night," ho said solemnly. "Reckon
you'd better put up that thin-lookinz
sheet," and bowing over his plato, ho
said: "Gracious Lord, make us thank
ful for theso, Thy many blessings."
Little Hotik Gazette.
Many Americans who aro "doing"
Europe have allowed their beards to
grow. It is explained that they travel
so fast they find no time to shave, A
correspondent in a letter from Naples
vouchsafes tho following explanation.
He says: "I have now been shaved in
seven kingdoms and in six languages.
They all perform tho ceremony differ
ently. But they all, from Scotland to
Naples, insist on sitting yon in a plain.
stra;ght chair, and bending your head
over back until your spino howls in
agony. And they all agree in another
custom they never wash off the soap
they put on. But they bring you a
bowl of water, hold it under your chin
asjjvou are leaning back and insist on
you washing your own faco then and
there. If you object to tho attitude
they shrug all the upper part of them
selves ami sling a disdainful smile on
you; if you comply, liitlo rivulets run
pleasantly down inside your shirt, and
some of the soap they generously
swogglo into your ears gets into your
stockings. I have seen no barber wash
his victim's face since I landed in Glas
gow. Prices vary. In London they
charge a shilling (25 cents) for a shave;
in Naples, they will for 50 centimes (10
cents), shave you, cut your hair, wash
your faco and hands, curl your eye
brows and wax your mustache till you
look like Victor Emmannel and can
pass for a Prince on any of the 6ido
streets. Yesterday I was shaved for
10 centimes about 2 American cents
but I took tho rest out in garlic,
of which I had a generous bath in the
form of respiration. In Verona, the
city of the loved and loving Juliet, the
barber asked mo if I would have my
feet washed and my toe-nails cut
The route of all evil Star route
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A 6UUE CUKE KOL'ND AT LAST. NO ON K NK!,D
A stiro cure for the Blind, Bleeding,
ItchiiiL' and Ulcerated Piles has been ilia.
covered bv Dr. Williams inn Indhoi rem.
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has cured the worst
chronic cases of 25 and 'M years standing.
No one need suffer five minutes alter apply
ing ihis wonderful soothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments mid Electuaries do
more harm than (rood. William' (lint.
luent absorbs the tumors, albivs tho intent
itching ("particularly at night after getting
warm in bedl. nets as ti noultice: ihvi-h
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of tho private parts
and nothing else,
Read what the lion J. M. Cofflnberrv. i.f
Clcvehiiul, Hays about Dr. William's Indian
Tilt . . w I .
mo viimmem; "l navo used scores ot
pile cures, nnd it affords mo pleasure to say
that I Imvo never found anything which
kuvo hucij immediate ana permanent relief
wr. wiinntu s lmliau Pilo Ointment."
. r or sai by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price tl.OO.
V m i i 8"2 P'P', Cleveland, O.
I For siu by qko. F o-,, v
Colorado uhouudH in tlm finest scone
ry, and now it twines to tho front with
a fine cavo at Mauitoti. which for boau
ty cannot be excelled in the world.
This wonderful cave is situated about
one milo from tho Manitou depot, up
Williams' canon, and should be seen
by every one who visits that favorito
resort during the sumnior months.
Whilo this cavo is not as largo as the
Mammoth ono in Kentucky, it isoqually
interesting. It was discovered last
year by a couple of boys from Colorado
Springs, but tho wonderful beauties un
der ground were not known until last
February, when Messrs. Rinehart ami
Snider purchased it and began explor
ing tho different chambers, and their
trouble was rewarded by finding somo
sevonty-livo or ei.'hty different cham
bers, varying in size from 25 feet square
to 100 foct, whilo one chamber is 225
feet long by 37 feet wide and the samo
distance high. Tho caverns are cov
ered with limestone formations called
stalactites, and they can bo found in
every imaginable shape. Upwards of
3,000 people visited this wonderful cavo
timing tho past season. All were well
pleased with tho sight .This cavo is
six stories bi rh, and when tourists visit
Manitou next year it will have been ex
plored and made ready for them.
Denver (Col.) Tribune.
m - m i
"Don't Know Half their Value."
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousness
said Kidney ('-omplaint, as recommended.
1 hail a bail' bottle left which I used for my
two little girls, who the doctors and neigh
bors says could not be cured. I would have
lost both of them one night if I had not
given tbcni Hop Bitters. They did them so
much good I continued their use until they
were cured. That is why I say you do not
know half tin- value of Hop Bitters, ami do
not recommend them high enough." B.,
Rochester, N. Y. See other column.
I American Rural Jlome.
Iiavo Yon Started tho Ivy?
Tho plant of all plants for the house
is the ivy. If one man has a piece, a
bit only six inches long, with time and
patience all the rest will follow. This
piece may be bad of a friend, or any
nurseryman or tb'rist will send a small
rooted plaut or some curings by mail
for a small sum. If the plant has roots,
plant it in a pot in good soil. If it has
not roots, do the same, and it will oon
make root, fur it is ono of the earliest
C'f all tilings to grow from cuttings.
Slow of growth at first, if given large
pots as the roots require, it will in timo
run to be trained over tho window
frame, up the corner of i lie room, and
along the cornices, over picture frames,
and everywhere, and make a drapery
so beautiful that no one will ever think
of the pattern of the wall paper. Ono
of the finest diqdus of ivy wo ever saw
was in a very old Dutch house, one
built in the early days of New York
State. The parlor bad all the beams
exposed, and these beams and tho
heavy window trame3 were all draped
with a profusion of ivy. Anyone, with
a very small outlay and time, can pro
duce equally lino effects. Ivy out of
doors will bear quite a severe freezing,
but in tho house, if in a state of growth,
it must not be allowed to freeze. If the
soil is kept moist, and to remove the
dust, tho foliage is gone over occasion
ally with a damp sponge or cloth, a
Elant a foot high will be a thing of
eauty, one twenty feet high or long
will bo a wonder of grace and cheerful
ness. American Agriculturist.
KOK l'KK.M ATl'ltK LOSS OK THE ll.Ult A
One year ago my hair commenced falling
out until I was almost bald. After using
Cocoainc a few months, I have now a thick
growth of new luiir.
No. 811, East Oirsrd.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts, always
The child never sees the necessity
of strict obedience until it Iccumus ap
parent. m m i
Tho man who discharges bis help is
in tho shipping business.
Murderers often "hang in breathless
DIMINISH HI) VIGOR
It r lmhiiriml in Ei,,Kt mrH'iito. In tlrno tmtihlrd
wllli wuitk kliliiu,VHi liy n jmlifimin uko (if Hohioi
ler'H Hloinnch Uliuirn, wlilth inviKiirntvi nml itlm
ulnt.n wttlmiit yxrliliiK the urtuury or mum. lu
conjunction with It liilliu nn. iipnn them, It cop.
ror.tn uc.lrtliy. 1 miirtiyi. M (. i , t i t ti, nnd la lu ovnry
wiiy coiitluclyp to I .Miltl, ,( m!rvo ropoH0, Aiitiil'.
r miirktid q lit.v lt comrol over fever mid nKiH',
nml li, ,.owr of ,ri.viilln., U, Kor buIo hy uli
priiKKliiis utl mli'r nuiicnilly.
fn me GREATfl f$l
Heuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Dackachg, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quins, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Hums and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and tars, and all other Pains
No Preparation on part!) equals Pt. Jactirh Oil u
""' nrr, ; and 7if7KxtriiHl Remedy.
A trial entail but the comparatively trillln outlay
of .10 C'fiiIh, and every one niffi riiiK wiih pain
urn nve ciie'ifi ana positive prool ot lut cl&lilia.
.Directions In Eleven IjniKuagen.
SOLD BY ALL DEDOOI8T8 AND DEALERS II
A.VOGELER & CO..
tialtimoru 31 d.. V. M. M
Indian Elood Syrup.
j HvM't-l'-ii. l.iver Mk.
I 11 if ll'C" hi-M-rmiil Aifiii.
I I I I I i jillfiittiHtis,,,. Iiro.HV,
ne v, NVrvoiifi Iicbiiity
T11K HKST KHMKDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Dottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thin Svriiii noin-i-4 vHri.-d t...,.,,..ii. It
ulatea the plvallm-tn tin- aailva. which rnnvtrta
the atarcb and angar of th food Into kIiic- .
deflcleucy in ptyahni; caii-a wiud and murine of
.iiii-i m wit rioiiiHi-n. ii ui mi'iii inc taken
tnmi (iinlely nfti r -tirin, tin; k-rmetitatioii of food
id fii i it u.
It act upon the liver.
It Hi-bllpon the Kidneys,
It Re(flllitte tile Howels.
It 1'uritleH the Blond.
It 0, diets the Nervous System,
It rromotes Ii'ei.tion,
It Nourished. StreiiL'tlieiii hthI Iinlforatea,
It Tarries off the (lid JHnod and iimke-Nevv.
It Ojit'lis the I'orei of the kin itml liiducen
It ntiulrali.t-ii the In ri ilitury taint, or polaon In
in" :iioihi, which tfeiH-ratra m rofula. Krvaipelan,
and all manner ot fkin Ilii-cai-en and iu;ernal hu
mora. There aro no "piri: einplojed in it manulucture
and it can he taki-n bv tin- no,f .1..10 .t,. r,Mt h.
inc n-no ami ireiiie, cure tu.iy Demi! rofjilireil lu at-
vimii u v uiri.ci.uiia.
tialvu, Henry Count, !ln.
I waa aiifTorlni' frnin Si. L- ll..n,li,rl, n,l .
m-na an thiit I ronbl Toil ).ri.,r.,l i.. ,.,u i,....u.,l,,.i A,..
tle. and a nhorl trial of Or. ( lurk JohncouV Iuill-
an uiooa syrup cncctmniv run d me.
.'in- iir,i,r.. r.i.ni.is.
Wak-rinan Station, DcKalb Co., 1 1 Ita .
'I Ilia la to certify that t)r t liirli ,tol
Tj I I L.- i . , .. , ,
nidi Ml n vru ii in. I'll roil nil f 11 i'i, I n I n r in. 11 ir ir I .
le a valuuDlu iiieilicine. .f Its WOOD,
'.'i-nlre Hill, While Co , Ark.
Till It to Certify ItiHl 1 u,ia alllii liol utth t .. 1 ...
tatlon of tin) Heart foi nmny years 1 tried diller
ent doctora. whore preaerlptlona tended more ti
Weaken me tbiin thev di.l in .tr.'inrilom I u. iki
res Ived to try Dr. Clark JnliiiHim K Indian Hlood
syrup, v, men proved to he a pimltlve cure-not on
ly curing the Heart Di-eafe, Inn aluo a !ii k Head-
m.u 11 iv. ii imu 111:1:11 iroiiniuiL' rne.
MUri MAItV A. NKAI..
I wan afllii'ti'il lib I.It.t i 'mn 0UI1.1 ..,,1 11.
la and failed IOL"'t relief, aiDiiineh uaiiiir meill.
clnea from our hint doctor" I commenced tielnij
lit jonnHiin Indian lilnod svrnp. and ahnrt trial
tium me. r. n. IWM.Mi. .Miiillie. 111.
Thin n.rlllloa Hint 1 )r fl..,U T..l,.,....-. 1...1.....
Blood Hyrup li'ie cifYrtnally cured me of Dj-ipepi-la.
w 1010.0 i.niiiiui 0.1 pnoi in iirai" o 11.
W. K. lV IMMKK. Ileillord. Mo.
AL'I'lltS U'lllited fur I hn aul o II,., I. ,l!..n lll,.,,,l
nvriui 1 every iou-n rir vi 100. 1, ui. ,.i. 1 i,.,u..
0.1111. 1 urin umrw Kiv. n oil application.
DHl fitilMS iSELI- IT.
L.ihratory 77 Went Hd at., N. Y. clly.
Hew. F. GitAKToN, Jvroitv 1. Laud
IlAIiIlKUr h. Tai.nk.
I.ate CommiHaiontT of I'atenla,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LAD1),
Attorncys at Luw ntid Sollcltom of AtnerlciiR and
412 FIFTH STRKKT, WASHINliTON, D. C.
Priir.t.lrn natunl law In all Ha lirHiii-tii.a In ftin
Patent (Mllce, and in the Hnnremc, nnd Circuit
iouria in ins uniieu ntaiea. i anipuiet aunt iree
uu juuuioi ui a in nip to, poaia-.'u.
For Iho C'AltB and TKKATMBNT of
With llm Verv Beat f l'rofoaalotial Care. For
Tonne and Infoimatloii. Addreaa
I.IM'K HOI " r-miinuu, lour..
Octubur HI, trtm.-illm
MB A l
gs Mm la
ao a J.Ki ril-iJ-M
---v vi biiiiiiiiviiiiiiwni
i, A finable Dlaonvnry and Nmw Iji-partn In Md-i-!,.r.'i",.'"'".,.a
"0"'ly Now ami p'mltlvHly nllmii iv
Vi " "'" a"' Jnitmi-y hy th only tru
nl iL If,' 1J'r't Applicutlon tntliH principal It.
7mma;.MU7;'i,lut "'V'"" la tl,.. ordinary
Z!ll?.:R S'10l!'fn'u''' i"roiii1(,aa,ir..,i?;p.
ainM i.ti.H t upon Um wnm an. anrvuua orviuilr.
t Urns wr..,:kjd (rom mil abuw ,1 S,ZZm 'i
the drain from trie nHtni. r...lnrin than, i w
of Buht, IWvoUb IJ.il.iniy, CunfiilJa ?of KS!
Avernion to 8orl,ty,.,tG.,.u-., ar.'iti,n,?,Urn;
' J.u"t," old iiife u.imlly a. o..i.,j.ii, ; thU
troul,le,oa wtorlnd WrlBtt, fiexmu Viwor. wh"r.i
It lo doruiaut for num. 1 ti l mo.ro f treat
ment baa alood tlia t.t lu vry mmrn cm, aod I
D"T.,il"f",""n"B,"'u'c"""- iTUKHaretooruiitb pro.
urnma tuttiimt tmnhlMi, aod, a many can tuvir wit.
Dm to, with but 111 tit, II any iwrmanMot g'... 'J hura
la no Nuuiwnwi about tlilH Pre. iariii.io. l'ra. tlcalub
xryailuDDiiablHaiia to iiIMly (runrnnu Out 18
will KlvBBatlslnctlon. liirirm IIih kikIiI y.wrs that
It naa imm-o In Ki.pHraluao, m Imvo thnuaanda of t.tU
pi on I turn to Iw vaJuii.
ai..u...i iw . ...i . . .t.. ..... . " .
noniiiBRH to lu vaJuit. and It i now ivinmlM hy ilm
dimaivBred of iwhinu Ind euro v.,ry tirnvalnnt
IniahlH. that la wll known to b tbn ran mi of unto.
pilw-ry to au many, and uH.n whom quoi.-Uu nn-y with
tUMlr nwlnua notrum ami blt f'Xjd. 1h lti-randy
t imtupinwuit iKiiw.of tfinBlmi. No. lJnounS
to lant a mnnUi.l S3 j No. S, motlii I. nt to-it..'' im,
maiiKnt cura, unliiaa In wihtm c.i.'i i fft: No. 3,
tlantlnif ovor tbr mnntlia, will aioii uninwiana and
i'ni rior in ma Hum ra-nj a r. hr-.n i.v malt,
aeaUMl.ln liljiln rraotrf.rM. Vnll TimP'Tinvu ....
uainifwtfi ansmiiiiny EACH hOX.
(hftul fur Hralnt l mrrlplirr i'amph-
Irlmulrtiifj Anatoiitieat lllit-t ml,, in
(Old fliniiiiu, trif. It trill n,m illrr k
Ihr ntont mki-i,hrul that thru ran hr 1
rrMturratitprrirrtnuiht3i:.iu-t III. I
t-d for Ihr. tluiu-H or fi, ,.io iii if f
M-rer uflrelnt. txitit tt.i L k' by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. KFB. CKLMISll
maiauianu om t,T. LOUI8. MJ.
1 7 St. ( ha! !es Mr. . (, S. I.t.iiit, Mo.
A M'llrtr Kill1! nl . " , ,.t (
loni:r loi'nt'nl II: in n t; " ' Pi.) .u :
elty (iiirM lj'........t , il ol i -,. ,
Ounorrha'a.O k tin vA unl:i
t'rinary hypl.il--io it I-t-'ir-i.l
ThlOHl, tik:ti o- 1. ,H ,) rjr-. l-.,f. i,
bni-nii.iluiTl.' . ij x-j.ii ..-
ft ttm n- j,t i.f s .', ',-j. -. i. i-i,w
1 1 1 .ii lx'ni,m
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la :bi an-f
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ui naiMi ,u. cl..i.u,!., ti:iiM-,c.lr-.:.l...-ii:. - .. (.ol.
W I','" '"'.'i t" a i-.-i f-. . , 0
Irlwik. l.Miut miiu.1 luwi.r.nu'n 1. .,.-. li .r.
rliirf lint roiKir,u.HiriIjn..niirr,1,,.,j , .,.,,., ,
kt oSku ,.r by nuui itMt uy n,iUl. -..-:! ,:, i ., '..
nt.uiii.. .Vwliriii,. anjt by mi.ll i
a ta. erxa aw f
f'illn:f,i " ti.He-u: r, i fuiy u. r y, .
M.aJ... '. yti!lO(M., I'fj,-i, '.., . i,
Of r lid t- v ht! v a no-. tt.,.M , 'ji't'.. i
Of rutiu ui.i -Ainu OJ'irrUie.ntiu.'i.il r- A it t'i.
1 f f V t.f hlli' I. laTf-ll I . I 1 M it I - t - I
ol n. run..
.mi ..tV.r.finli.n of Mi., Ai.-r-l... 'o h. il.
Li"Uii. .V'lrviry od litnl..n l.rc. j,i( t.-i i. . ,.
' Any dr.unciiitriMi Ilia tnfwUnzitK m.U-i.(
i -'n'iii.i.,n. - nil .).'! I. . ;l 1 .-ji..
7uSCheftnuT St. fit. Louit. Wt.-. ,,M n
coiimiMt Cicti'ft ti,ierm,.i.jri ,i .-;i r--i V,
ansa, Ia.-oUnry,.l fi.-m,,! , ,;.,o i. -rf i -Oleet,
V rtacry or BWlciKr di - !( nt
O'jrwt !n few I'.i-ra. All 'bn d. r. , ,; iroi ,
M-if b'i.e, .,....,)f,,Jjy:w..rh, .,-,.( 1.,..,),.
mwllcina. A'Wi. e 0-n;ii l-.w C..U i,t writs
'.irtt ril-',!. e -.-nnu-in -v, r i ... n(l
Truat aliChrorur Ir.imivk-r. a-id -n,o) n n-uUis.
' "-lit-"- " hr.in.sh ti.wcunu of rouii.lu tdcaaaa
awaanaaa aaaiKwajwi aataaw i tnuucttmm f-
ioo of (i, imri , i .,,,,, lo.
r. Wit tin l! ...if.ii V nr, o. 1 -.in,,,,. V.-t.
T Oil N C M E N '.--ni:.. from 1 1 !!,., ti
ajannawaEstnnWMiaf itf a ui. .,j tt..,t u.-ihu it. ric
turn for l.-i-n. . or mrt-rl..,--. i rn-arr mi i fn-d
imwAwI.' aaiTfiiiI.ii ei.M I? J'".".1,1'"'"'-
iii. cji.,.,1.-.. u .. H..r:o. . f HE aa4u,.
t. Lm rf r .'i u. . !. .' br ; ,r . , t. i.orln Irttl
U.fl! fr,;f4 (rr. br ! n!rr.bi iitioi,'i .a.
4 f.raaa. mfWrlf Iraai Hutrfur. .U.,,J ttrlra.)4ri.V
1a4 l..r ia,ikiaf la Ifcrlr aa-aalai.. II la mi tra j,
Cuff." jrjit .1 ii,, er.li:, ...,M,i 11,1, ... ,r, ..ji.I l - l1tfJ
II U. blT l 8. U Norta Nia CL, ht, Iwuu, Mo.
TEE MILD F0YEB fl
flainuLrevs' Hyiueonathic Specifics
n Prov"l from amin et i--rl. ner an r-ntln:
rl .iier'ci. -. Miol.le. I'ritiiint. 1: llliliiil. ami
Cj I'.rllal.ir, ll" ,irr (In- n.i no .11, ini-j J
Bjn'li.i i.-i to .,,.io:ir i,..-. !
lli.-v ,ir llu-
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i rrica M
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t 1. Krer, oi,k...tlon
n i ,i'rni.. iorin 1 1 1 1 r '-it(i i. in-. , - j
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3. I r trie (nlic. '-r tut!
t. Iiiiirrli- n of ' ! .,',.!, .
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fi. Il.l'llli'r . ' I'll H: I iOi.!j '
r.l. .1.. l l... '.. .. . .
m ll'iirrri i.ri.., .'in ou.k,
j 7. Citiuha, i old, I rot.. I. it!-..
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a u ii ... j. ..i e i, i , . .
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, 10. I).ln II. Ill, I 1!K.U
. ertlgo. A'
te II. huiiiri ni or t'niiiltil I'erioifa,
E; li llilea, too linl'iM- .ri..:-, . .
j i t roill, "'IH II. I III I INI I -r 1 I I Nil, . .
M. !:i l It ii'iim. I nuiH . ..... I n.l '- i.w. ..' i
:i it iii-iiiiiiichiii, i i
il. I eternii'l Van'.' I'11 rew-r
;;. i'i i . nun i or 1 1" in.
HI I nlnrrli o.-ul.. or i i.i ,
K.'l. i.i-iii r'il l:elillii. I'l-.v . I Y . ki.--.-i.
fl-T. Ki'.ney Ii a-i . . .
l VI lionie ol I ...i.,h V...1...-I I ..II. I .
' I'lliill. IM-'i o . jie ' o'l: i i lira, 1
l. I rill : r v elll.ll'--a. el i I hi: I In- i . d.
ii. Ili-i'r.r id all- II' nil. 1 -mpnm i..n, 1
tor -.:in- I s- driiL-.-1 i.. oi- - n. I C I .- i :i
orMliiuli. Vl:'il. fl-. o i n. il.:'-. i :i r- lot ol .f
iirh-e. .v.-ti-l for tic. Ilinnjiiiri-) Itooii no ..'I
llin-n.i', At., ''il i :i.'-. , uIm. lllu-liali i! l
; I nliii'iane, I n i.... , . IB
rt'l'i" .', ii'ioiio.i,-,. ,i,iini'ij'ni nil-I'ji
Med. t u.. 101) 1-uliuu t.. .W.v i u.-l., i
THE GREAT CURE
la it la for all diaoaaca of the KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It oleonaaa the ayitom of the acrid polaon
that oauaca tlia droadrul aafforiiiK which
only the vlotlmi of Ehcumatlara can rcaluta.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the wont forma of thla terrible diaeoae
hfve been quickly relieved, In a abort time
haahadwoadcrrulaueeeaa, and an Imnienavf
ale in every partor tno country, in nun
dredaofoaacalthaaourodwhoreall elao had
failed. It la mild, but efflolent, CKHTAIS
IN 118 ACTION, but harmloaa In all oaaca.
tirH eleaiiaM.Ntrenftliana and lNew
,ire to all the lmportautorcanaof thebody.
The natural aotlon of the Kldneya la roatorod.
The Liver la oleanaedof alltllaoaae.ond tho
Bowela move freely and healthfully. In thla
way the wont dJaoaaoa are eradicated from
At it haa boon proved by thounanda that
1 I a." i rj'i'l aaI I 1
V Ti.AV viiah
la the moat oflbotual romedy foroloanalug the
yetem of all morbid aeorationa. It ahouldbe
uaea in every uoii"
AlwayiT ouree WUOUPNIiBH. tONBITPA
TXON, PILK8 and all VEMALB Uiaoaaea.
Ie put up In Wry Vefelabl Form, In tin cani,
one park aire of whleliniakralli'mi'ta niodlclno,
IMa In Mquld Form, very 4'oneentratrdfor
the ennveuienni of time wlinrannot rciuiily pre
pare It. (nrHiciiaiiil unctaeyintiiarrurm.
okt iTorrotm HitmitiisT. I'lucu, i.o
wri.i.u. lilt'llAIIIKON ACn.. Prun'a.
(Will aend the dry rwiit-tialrt, nt Itl.lMiTnu. tT.
MMM - .T....iim