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Tim CUR') BULLKUIN,
DAILY ANU WEEKLY.
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IMVAHIAHLY IN AUTANOI.
All Communication! tuould bet a4droaaed to
Pu blither and Hroirletnr.
diaries Soniors was only an errand
lv in a great Wont-end linn of art up
holsterers and decorative haninps a
p.'iln, big-oyed child, with brown hair,
droooinj; over his foreliead, and a senni
tive little mouth; merely one of the bits
of human machinery which mado tho
great, glitti.Titig whole revolve no
At tho shop, nobody gave hitu a
second thought or a Hocoml look; but
here nt home he was "Charlie," the
youngest and tho pet. Ilia chair in th
window-seat was kept sacred to him;
bin little frhulfof books was undinturbttd,
and tho ugly little terrier-dog by the firo
was petted and caressed, and treated to
occasional bones, because it wan
'Charlie's." For even errand-boy oc
casionally have homes and mothers!
"Why don't you eat your pie, Charlie?'
said Mm. Soniors, watching the pro
gress of his supper with true maternal
anxiety. "I baked it on purpose for you,
and vou are letting it get cold."
",uit wait a minute, mother," aid
Charlie, who had darted away from the
table, and wan acratching away with a
lead-pcnctl on a bit of buff wrapping
paper. "Ono minute! There, Elsie! I
thought I could carry the pattern in my
eye. What do you call that?" trium
phantly holding up the piece of paper.
Elsie Somers a tall girl, who wa
stitching away at a roll of pearl-white
flannel, carefully enveloped in old linen
leaned over to" look at hia trophy.
"Oh, how exquisite!" f-aid' ahe.
"Charlie, where did you get such a
Charlie chuckled, and laying down
the paper, cut deep, into the turnover
apple pie, and rewarded himself by a
"Could you embroider it, Elsie,' said
he, "in deep, deep blue almost black
on an olive-satin ground, or old
"Could I?" said Elsie. "Of course 1
could. Hut what does all this mean?
What are you talking about, Charlie?"
"Just this," said Charlie, swallowing
a second mouthful of apple pie. "Three
times two is six, ain't it? And twice six
is twelve, and twice twelve is twenty
four, and ten times twenty-four is two
hundred and forty."
"Charlie," cried Elsie, "are you
"Not a bit!" nodded Charlie. "Now
listen vou and mother were crying as
I came In, becauc the rent was over
due and tho laudlord was insolent; and
I was wishing I w as big enough to pitch
the fellow down stairu, or to earn
enough to settle with him. and move
our traps somewhero else. Now here' t
the way to earn two hundred and fort
shillings. Twenty into that goes twelve
times, don't it? "That's twelve pound-.
Say half of it clear profit."
."Charlie," said Mr. Somers, "I thin'
you must be dreaming."
"No, I'm not," sai l Charlie, chasing
the la-st delicious crumbs of the apple
turnover around the plate, with evldVn
relish, before he pushed it back.
"Only hear me out. There was a lah
customer at our shop to day, Mm. Viv
van, of Lowndes bquare, " looking ai
that very pattern of curtain light ohn
ilowor-do-luce. all wreathed with dark
blue vine-leaves, on old grid satin, for
four windows. Iland-embroidered, Mr.
Sellers said imported from Paris. And
she would have tnkeii it at ten shillings
a yard, only Lady South wood had just
ordered it for her boudoir. At least
that was what Sellers said. And couldn't
it be matched? Mrs. Vivyan wanted tv
know. And Sellers said, no, not posi
ble. Now, Elsie, if you'll embroider
the design from these scribbJings of mine
I'll go to Mrs. Viryat: "and sell it for
"Ob, Charlie!" cried Elsie, with
gasp at tho comprehensiveness of th
idea. "But where on earth should we
get the material twentv-four yards of
"Get the Old Miser to lend it to you.
said Charlie, succinctly.
Elsie shrunk back.
"I couldn't ask him," said she.
"Then I will." said Charlie, "if you
try the experiment, Elsie. Come
nothing ventured, nothing won. Sav
"Yes." whispered Elsio.
And away scampered Charlie, to un
fold his schemes to an old wood-engraver
who lived in the top story of the
house, ami who, having been" utmed
through a tedious attack of inflamma
tory rheumatism by Mrs. Soniors and
her daughter, was popularly supposed
to care somewhat more for thnn than
for the other lodgers.
Ho was old, and he was shabby, and
he had a snnll account at the savings
bank, which tbreo facts had won hiui
the appellation throughout tho teuement
house of the Old Miser, but his re!
name was .Jenkins.
"Lend you live pounds, eh?" said Mr.
Jenkins, looking tin at tho lad through
his goggles like a huge specimen of the
lobster tribe. "Humph! that's a pretty
cool request, ain't ilr What should J
lend you five pounds for?"
"Because we need it," Charlie an
swered, valiantly. "And because YAbk
and mamma are so so poor! And be
"Because," said Mr. Jenkins, quietly,
"they were good to mo when I was sick
and alone. That's the bust reason of
all. Well, what are you going to do
with tho live pounds?"
"Speculate, bit," said Charlie, bravely-
And then he explained his ideas.
Thero nro tho germs of an enterprise
hi" business man about you, young fel
low," said Mr. Jenkins. "Yes I'll lend
you tho moneyor, rather, I'll lend it
to your sister."
Mrs. Vlvyau was sitting in hor bou
doir, writing cards of invitation to a
musical party, wherewith she was in
tending doubly to enchant the bouses tc
an especially favored fow, whou tho
bluo-nbboned maid showed in ii little
lad, with a bundle under his arm.
THE DAILY CAIRO flULLKTlN; WEDNESDAY MOUM.Vii. NOVEMHEIl 2:, lsS2.
"Ho would Insist upon seeing jour
self, uia'uin," said Matilda, tho maid.
"Would vou be so good as to look at
these curtains, ma'am?" said Charlie,
without allowing the grand lady Unit
to express any surprise at his ujipyar
unco, "it's the wild vine aud flower-do-luco
pattern peacock bluo ou old
gold, you know."
And as ho unfolded the glittering
fabric, exquisitely embroidered in the
artistic pattern, Mrs. Vivyan uttered uo
exclamation of delighted surprise.
"It's exquisite!" she cried. "It'i
superb! Even more beautiful thau tin
other. Did Mr. Sellers get it for ine
after all, then? And how much do they
ask for it?"
"It's ten shilling a yard," said wise
little Charlie, "and there are twenty
four yards. Enough for four windows."
Til take thorn." said Mrs. Vivyan,
promptly. "Tell Mr. Sellers " "
"Please I don't come from the shop,"
said the boy. valiantly. "My sister em
broidered the curtains. I saw bow
much you were pleased with the pattern
last month, and I copied it, as nearly as
I could, and Elsie, that's my" sister
worked it. And if you aro suited with
it we shall be very glad, ma'am."
Mr-;. Vivyan took ofl' her jewelled eye
glances, and stared at tho boy.
"I never heard anything so extraordi
nary in my life!" said she. "Do you
mean to tell mo that that exquisite
work was dono by your sister here,
in this country?"
Charlie's face beamed with pride.
"Every stitch of it, ma'am," said he.
And ho carried back with him tho rich
iadv' cheque for twelve pounds.
But this was not tho end of it. Tho
next day a card came on Mr. Vivyan' a
card, and Mr. Vivyan himself followed
it, to Elsie's secret dismay.
"If I could ouly have had time to
brush out my hair!" thought the girl,
not knowing how lovely she looked in
the picturesque disorder of her fair, yel
low tresses, as she sat at the everlasting
The pfitloruan raised bis hat as
courteously as if she had been a princess
of the blood.
"I am Mrs. Vivyan' s emissary," be
said. She wishes to order a banner
screen to match the curtains, and she
hopes that you will uDclcrtake tho com
mission." "Gladly!" cried Elsie with sparkling
" And the two sat down together to
design the pattern, as enthusiastic as
"He's tho pleasantest gentleman I
ever saw," said eager Elsie, when
Charlie a-ktd her about tho visitor
w hen he returned from the shop. "But
I thought you said that she wore eye
glasses and a false front of hair,
"So she did," said Charlie. "But all
ladies wear those wiggy concerns now-a-days."
"He must be a great deal younger
than she," said Elsie, thoughtfully.
"Married her for her money, prob
ably," said Charlie, as ho sat down to
Elsie began the banner-screen the
next morning. Old Mr. Jenkins had
been repaid his loan with interest, tho
laudlord was paid, a score of petty debts
had been settled in various directions,
and still there remained a little residue
in the family treasury. No wonder that
the goklen-hairod girl sung at her work.
Mr. Vivyan called tho next day to
take Miss Seniors to a "Needlework
Exhibition." where there was a device
of waier-lilv bud,
something similar to
the flower-do-luce stalks.
Afterwards he bought a book of old
engravings, with illumiuated borders,
for her to look at; and there was the
KeunaUsance to discuss, amd the grow
ing pattern on the old gold satin to
And one day Mrs. Vivyau herself
wrote a note to Elsie:
"I want yon to come and look at mi
eou.-ien atory jiortkns,"' she said.
"They are slifl' and ugly, and I know
that you could remodel them. I havt
heiiid so much of your artistic ekill that
I am beginning to have great faith in
And l'.hie entered the rich lady's car
riage, and whs driven to Lowndes
Square. Mrs. Vivyau welcomed hei
with the swei'tr-it grace ami cordiality.
"My dear." she said. "I am glad U
Elsie gUueed tiiuidiyat hor. Oh, how
wld and wrinkled she seemed, to be lib
' "My husband!"
lady. "I have no
have been a widow
told me" she be-
repeated the eldet
husband, child. 1
for fifteen rears. It
isn't possible that you mistook HerBert
for my husbaud!" It isn't possible, my
little sliv beauty, that you are ignorant
that he loves you?"
Elsie turned first red. then pale; the
might have fallen if her arm had not
been gently drawn through a stronger
"Mother," said Mr. Vivyan, "you
'jare spoken too abruptly. Miss Somen
js takeu by surprise."
"Well,'f eaid Mrs. Vivyan. smiling,
'go and look at the conservatory pro
Vere. I will wait for you hero."
The end of it all is easily to be con
jectured. Mrs. Soruers' pretty daugh
ter Is queen of the Lowdnes Square
house and a pretty country abode in
Kent, and Mrs. Vivyan Rentor hns sub
sided into a graceful dowager.
Mrs. Somers toils no longer now, and
little Charlie has exchanged the drudg
ery of the shop for school.
And all this romance grew out of a
tangle of flowor-do-luco olossoms and
So truth is oftentimes slrangnr than
Dressing the Boys.
It is a problom with some mothers
how to dress tho boys warm enough
without making thoir clothing burden
some to them. All children now aro
supposed to wear knit wrappers and
drawers; then long stockings, of the
hoavier grades of yarn, and thick shoes
clothe tho lower limbs. For boys from
5 to 8 or 0 it is a good plan U utilize
thoir outgrown blouses of flannel. Kip
out tho pleats and make plain shirt
waists; at tho sido seams tho buttons
which bold their stocking supporters
can be soc.urely fastened. Additional
buttons can be put on at tho back and
front and the knit drawers be buttoned
to his waist. With a. coat of ordinary
thickness, closed to the throat, the chest
will bo suflkUmtly jrotectL M jr,
Weak lungs, spitting of blood, consump
tion and kindred flections, cured without
physician. Address lor treatise, with two
stamps, World's Dispensary Modical Asso
ciation, Buffslo, N. Y.
''A lady had the flush eittuu oil her arm
by scrotal . Could sue the sinews working.
'Lindsoy's Blood Searcher' cured her." J.
Italiton, Elderton, Pa.
Keep your family well supplied with
"Sellers' Cough Syrup," use it in time, you
will avert bronchial and pulmonary ali'ec
tions. 25 cents.
Tho best and cheapest car starter is
snldbv Borden, He leek & Co., St. Louis,
Mo. Witbitono mau can tn tvu a louded
Sproat's Retail lee Box.
CounUineis of ice are notified that for
heir convenience I have built a large let
box on Eighth street in Cundilf's store where
co in anv- quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
i heir tickets Mill be punched at this stand
just the sumo as by drivers of wagons, tf.
HiicKiens Ari'ira Salve
The Best Salvo '.n the world for Cuts,
Biuises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hl.eiim, Fever
Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to nive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prige
25 cents pr box. For sale by (h;n. E
Dr. M. T. Gamble, Faruiingtvn, 111.,
says: "No proprietary medicine that I
handle gives an much satisfaction as
Browrj's Iron Bitters."
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering aud
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and five rest to the mother, and relief and
hea'th to the child, operating like msgic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest aud best Jem ale
pbyticians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
-if Nothing t-o simple and perfect for
color.nghs tho Diamond Dyes. For car
pet rag, better and cbesper than auy other
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we kuow of one that
really is a public benefactor, aud does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a uiobt valuable
medicirjo, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, ven when all other rem
edies fail. We kuow whereof we speak,
and can froely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Harry
W. Schuh. C)
Given a way.
We cannot help noticing tho liberal offer
made to all iuvali s and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Harry W.
Schuh's drug store, and get a trinl bottle
free of cost, ir you are tutfering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (tf)
Me.nsman' Peptonized Beef Toxic, tne
only prepartioa of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, forco genernting and life sustain
iug properties; invaluable for ludigc-btiou'
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, aud all
forms of general debility; also, in all eu
teebled conditions, w hether the result of
exhaustion, uervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, Now York.
Sold by Druggists. (3)
American Institute on rure Grape Wine.
The President and a Comuiitieo from the
Farmer's Club, of tho American Institute,
have visited Speer's Vineyards snd Wino
Cellars, and tbey report that the Port Grape
WiDe of Altred Spcer, of New Jersey, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained. It in
now being used by Physicians who aro the
most choice iu the selection of wines for
couvalesceut patients. The principal hos
pitals, iu New York have adopted this niue.
It is for sale by Taul Schuh. lino
rersonal! To MenOnlvt
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klcctr -Voltaic
Belts and Electric Applicanco en
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
reBtoratiou of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty davs' trial is allowed.
jotick to con riMcrotts.
City Clerk Offlc", CaI t, Nov. l.Mh, ISM.
To roNTaAirrnin-HPs'eil prnpomls will hu ro
rniverl it myoMro tin lo snd lin-'udliia KrliUy, Ilia
St b, Inst., lor urmltnif, dtiloif sml vrsv llnfl
K ghlh root from tbn cntt ly kHIii uf Wn"hlnir
ton Kvunnn tn thn wi-mnrlv sliluof J. iTurson svcnii".
Tha Kiuviil will be rurnlxhud on tno ft k of tlx)
M. AO. K K . nnrl thu earth fur itie ulllnv will Ii"
furu lbod by til" city at C 'tivuulort point ontnlilo
tho levA. Bids will l mcolvvil for th millro
work or snpsrat ly for lbs flllliiK snrl riollviirlnn of
ihs Rravol Kuril hl't must hv scrnmpsnli-d hy a
gnouanrt iU(Bct.nr bond tor tho faithful pur'rn
anco f the wurk within thirty dva fro thoawnnl
ItiR of th contract Thn ully rmnrvea thu rlf lit to
njoct By and ail bid. For fiir'tur In'onrnt on
aptly to thsroajroi or niyaalf. Br orlerofl'liy
Council. H. .1. FOt.KY, City Clerk,
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And anr mtnr el hor Elnciro-Oi'tsnlr and MagnatU
Appllaocm and Gitrnionti r Inralualila. and a aura
rura tor Narroua I)i.wllty Paralyala, Kiilltjr. Ubaumar
tUm, Oarorkd llrnln. Ejhatmioo or Luaa ot Vital
Emrgy. Wxnk Hack, Kidney Dimma, Lung, Lltar and
Ntomach Cooiplalulu, and m adantMl to kithih
act. Tbxw aiMillHncHt ara the r)r lalaat impronxl
od antiraly different from Imlla and all othara, aa lhay
poaHlvaly gantrata oontlnuoii currant! without aolda,
oaualnH no norm nnr Irritation of I ha akin cho ha
worn at ton wall a rntt, and ara only oollnaabla to
tba waHrar. Hia iowr In ranulaiivl ao aa to meat toa
dlSarant itxunn ot all diaamiea whara Elactrlo and
Magnetic traatmant la ot Iwnorit 1 how lor
Cum Impotency, Scmimi Weakness, Lost Manhood, to
Tbay Cur! whin nil H f.ilU. Our Illuafratax
Pamphlet n' In a ii. it nv.oa on rwalpt of 6 can't
Doataga, or aourt-ly w ive !, tr.;.
llowtifl E!actro-M8n-'lr lotrvlnn.il parr air hy nail,
AMERICAN CALVAKIO CO.,
312 N. Oth 6t., 8t. Louis, Mo.
A Now aud uiinpiete II tel. fronting un L"V
SixiinU and Hailroad Slneta,
Tb Pua'OBciT IVpot of lhi Chiiuuo, St. Loiiit
at"- .ew Oilw.ria: IllirjoN Cuuirnl; rt'ahttnh, ru.
Loula and 1'iuirk; Iiuii Mountain and Hnuiht-ra,
.Mob U- atiil Uhin; t air and St. l.oina Kuilunva
are all Juet acruee the airei.t : while thu Sleamh.at
Lan1li'K ia t.-ot omt t iimru dtatant,
Thii" Uotel ia heatvd hy Hteam, haa rtisain
Lanndr). Hydraulic Elevatur, Klo trie Cull lle;!
Automatic Kire-Alaruis Unsha. abnoluivly pure air
perfect avweruce and complete appolutmi'uia.
Superb ftirtnaUni;a; porfuet ivrvlcc; and an nn
U I'. I'AKKKII '( )..L.hi
Clul "fli'ra Mm uri't niniinni iimkhiK rriilur in"ni lily
l.i'h iiiriiila'r ucutlio In in-Ill nl r .ml unci iinml ol tho
t'lnl). 10 tn 100 per ri'Mt. liivlrlnvH iwlil nK'hihlv.
porta of cippnulrrsan'iit inpnilr. Phioo. tiifat-ii,
n-.ndciit wnoi.'d in every ti.wn. fli- inl indn.finanta.
Kxi'laonmrv Crrul.ir M-titYnv. Adiiii- il. 1;,1'Jimii,l
iiCo., I'lk i:9Ufiailo8i.,UUCAii). III.
rHOI'KlETOR OF rtl'HMAT'S I'ATEM
W)iol'Mil l(?aitr in U'u.
ir.y, V V Til K (!AH IOA 1) OH TON.U'KI I
Our a Sptu itvltv.
C) F f i c; w t
I'orIVolitli Street and lm,
. , f ail'Ir-M. 160lllii.
I with full Inatructlona for forming BamU,dl.
1'" -!"ll:tloB of Initruuenti
I WHAT unit TTfta n ..i .
I , , , " yuiuiH. irrua lor
f L, 2 fr l"l"ng rP""K. 4o. Will alao
rivLrl P' popular tuualc. Addrw
THE HOOT i SONS talUijlC C0.CHICQ0.IUL
Have Signed or Endorsed the
Mars.8eo.bury & Johnson, MarmfActur
Ing ChetaiitB, 21 Piatt St, New York :
Crintlmen :-For tbo pant few years w
Lave sold varioua brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and tho Fublio prefer
Bnaon's Capclnn Porona Plimtnr to all
others. We consider them one of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
PtiBon'g Cnprtrin Planter is a genulrs
Parmacentioal product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail get a Ben
son's Capcine Plaster.
Tou will be disappointed If you tie
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
HITRR Kli .11 1'. IVA TLA HT ."Tr1ceeTE
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
617 St. Cliarlcs Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. rwpular f4rii(ltiHt of two medical
roll.'K haa hefii lung.-r fnifnired In tha treal
nient of C'hrontf. Arvoi, rHin aint
Ulnotl liheiiM than anr other rhvali-lan In
8t. Loula. cltv vm'r "how uud all olUren.
deiita know. i'uniillalloii ut oflWor I'V mall,
freaiol Invited. A lileiiillv mlk or h U opinion
coMs noihliiij. When II h Inr.invenleiil lovlult
the eltv f'r trratment. lnedlrliies ciin lieaent
by mall or i xpr. si ,ver where. (11r.1l.le eaea
siiHrHiite.l: wh. re do'ulit exuts 11 ia frankly
t;ited. Call or Write.
Ntvqus Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonea, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisonin?, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcrr.y Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Pibs, Special
attention to cases from over-woi';cd brain.
SUEGICAL CASES receive RpeciaIBttcntion.
Diseases arising from Iinprudonoos, Eoesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It l self.pvlilenl that a ihyiilelan paylnif
pnrtleular atleiitlon to a elics inl'eaM'a nllnlns
Itreat skill, and phv alriant In regular praetlee
all over the ootimrv knowing tlil. fleiienily
reeoniinend caeslo the ohleslcdlee In America
w here every known 'lliinee la resorted to.
and (he provorl iz-noil i'iiti..rliHM of all
anea and eminlrlea are lived. A whole house la
uted I'm olliee inrii , nml all are treated with
aklll lu 11 respectful inaniier: and. kuowlnx
w hat In ! 10 eierl ineiita are made. On r.
roini; '.Tent nunilier ni.h Iiie, tha
chain1 l.i t low, ofien lower than Is
dituaiiili'd hy oilier" If yon aeciire the nkl'l
and net a ipeeily ami pci iVct lil ruie, thntla
the lniiorlant inn Hit. J ' t ii Ii Ii I, 'M liaifes
ent to any addrens free.
plates, i MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pagTs,
F-lennnt elolli and pilt liludluic. Healed for W
renta In MV.tne or eurr.'ncy. t'ver fifty won
I'erful pen pie t urea, true In life arlirleson the
following fuheel. Who mar marry, who not:
wlivV llijH'r ase In mm rv. U ho marry llrif.
Jl.iiihoml, Woni.inhi.n.l. Phylrul decay. Who
ahouhl limn v. How life and luipplneo nine ho
iuereaned. 'I'hoe married or eintemhitlni(
riarrlnit nhouhl read H. it ouuht to lie read
ny all adult pi t..iih. lin o kept under lock awl
key. Popuhr III Inn. i miii' a ,ilm e, hut paper
rover and Hum pnijiM, ;'i ceiiw h) mall, In luouo)'
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TO MEN ONLY, YCUN3 OR OLD,
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? Lost Vitality. Lack or Nxavn Foaca 4Kb
Tiooa, WAnTiNoWtMrinasEa. and all tho:,c dlneawa
of a fEaaoKAI. Natcrk reniilthiK from AHl'aaa anil
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ration of ItXAi.rn.t inoHaml M 'mv.DilrKANTian.
The irramlevf illwuverv uf tho Niiii'leeiith Ci'ntury.
BMirlatoncefcirlllu.stiateJl'iiniiihlel frwi. Aililraaa
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL. MICH.
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NEW ADVEK1 ISEMK N I S.
Drimkonness & Opjum KhI iu
P ('. Il,'er .11.11 A Son, HI K inrth avenue.
N York, have imlnl.'a ri'inerllea lorUum. evila.
Thon-niiila ciireil. Tailor cinl clump for vl.
I mvu a iimiltlvarpniailT for the alxirn dlii'ma; In Ita
a ihotiiianita of raana of Ilia worm, klml anil of hag
itamliiiK have haan eurait. I iiiteait, attaining In nir faliS
ii Hi eiflcapy, that I will aonil TIKI Dill' ri Ki KKfJK, to
nitliitr with a VM.I'AHI R THKA LI.1H on thu dliiwua, M
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