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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOBMTOO, JANUARY 18, 1833.
Hanting for Egg.
tvuh avfi littlo atep, that tb bar acHrooly
Lut aumo oin" nilhl hoar au1 ber aoorct on
iru . 1.
MM Topknot ! ppl down front bcr warm
AnJ 11. vt till lhi atiwl
In lb' (traa Mr without
Pt'l ab vi'tttiirw to caoklo
Tno (itl tit! m out.
"Kerr cttt-ut-kf rr da-cut !" At If the hail
'"Cotnt" on. now. all iepl! For I'm not afrabl
To tell he whole world that u egg I bare
Krr -tt cttf. korr 1a cut,
"Tia bkl from you, m'ntt!
K.'rr 'Ut out. kerr ln rut,
Cunie, seek till you Bml '"
Tbjr boanl Topknot' rhalli'Miro.-iliJLdn.WIll
And att aiybi. on tho Instant, they niitdo for tho
And onimt'!ed up tome way; they bardly
Thi-y peeped In the coniera:
BumpiM headu at tbo oaves;
Burrowed di-ep In the corn-stack!
And tor out their aheavea.
Halratuek full of apllnter.. atrawa frinifliur
Hat crazy with cebwol. and duat on caoh
Would their own mother, know thorn, now,
do von suppose? '
And how would they bink
Ou Fifth Avemi", pray.
If. oltber tran-porieil
They stood? ltij;ht away?
Tber were hunllngfor OKtrs! And that rarct
Would have kept them them, 'arching, from
dawn tin ft iiK'ht,
Unless on their piey they should cLanee to
alight. , .
How they poked with swift flners
Far down in the bin,
btirrinif up cui'h soured apidera
AS chuool to bo In!
Whilst proud Uiddy Topknot stood, down by
And CHrkle1 and cnokled, as never before,
Sectntiiir only to chn:!i;Mg'v tbw t-eeknra (bo
No, bunt wbera ou inH.v,
Vou citn't llnd tbn eas
Ttat I've bidden awoyl"
Soon th ch'Mren rtcw frantic, and pried at
Hopped down In the munger ; nod climbed up
That fhui on their bea-lc with some horrible
And at lair, Willy found
On a beam, In tbwalclph,
Ml-sTopkuot'ti great sec rot
Safe hidden away!
How nrnatfnllen then was the smart little henl
To think that her cuoret tad alippod from her
Kerr-eut-cut. kerr da cut, ebo cried to
Til uever, no never,"
Was now her refrain.
"I'll never slug Cutcut,
Kerr da cut again!"
And porhap?, her roeolve may hold fast, till
When down from tbo loft she shall gingerly
And, forgetting- her fears, and recalling ber
She'll wait till out'lde,
Aa n weak littlo Mind,
Then. -Cut cut, ken da cut!
Como. sock till you find!"
Mrs. B. C. Slone,
The Waj .Convicts Are Controlled in the
In convc. -.i.ioii with :i reporter for
the Omaha Herald, a discharfreil con
vict told of hin )if) in th prison :tt Lin
coln. When tvkeil what was done when
b pr'noner rufuod to work he said:
"Then yoti are ordorod to 'No. 40.'
Wu call it 'tho hole.' It is a bare cell,
dxcopt for a bucket and a kit of water.
Vou got two or tlirco ounces of bread
twice a day and all the water you -like
io drink. Several dose of house mix
turt.' am given you, not because you are
iick, but :ta a punishment. It is com
PommI of ipecac and somo other ingredi
ent that I do not know, aud makes you
h! weak as a kitt-n. It is tho favorite
remedy fur ali sicklier in the prinon.
rh(?n you are trussed, n pair of hand
cufl'. being pul on with your hands be
hind you and drawn up as tightly as
vou can bear it bv a rope running
around vour neck. our hands areonlv
let down to allow you to eat your bread,
afifr which they aro drawn up "gain.
1 tio lino thrown all the (drain upon the
shoulder blades, and often after a man
U let out ho carries LU bands behind
him 15 or 20 minutes, trying to get them
town and straight.
"Who aro subieuted to this diHCi-
"Short term nion. uiuallv, for they
don't care. Tho life, or Ion?; trrm, oon
vicU are the beat beliaved, bttcau.-o tliev
have sonic hope of gelling out. There
win one prisoner while I wax there lat
summera bank burglar-- ho ayed
in tl:e Imlo nine dav and len nights
that U the limit and thoa v.t3 ordered
out by tlie phyaiciaii8. Vet be would
not 'give ii:. ilr,t iikmi give in in three
or four davs. There in an old Winne
bago Indian, Srntt b is committed for
murder who will c-iery once in a while
throw down his tools and put nu hiienp
and coal and say 'me no more workeo
any longer, put me in hole ' They put
hiui in for 2 or 3 days and releaeu hiirt
on their own account, for be would stay
until ho had to lie carried out. if they left
"You d'Mt't propose to got in tho way
of being sent to the penitentiary again?'"'
"No. sir. On co in a life time is often
The released convict comes out of pris
on in good health and muscle, and pro
poxp. to go buck East and take a new
start in life.
New Illuminating Gases.
The Iron Aje gives a brief skotcb of
invented illuminating gas,
which is now being made in Liverpool
and called metallic pas. It is estimated
that the labor of three men will by this
process produce as much gas as the la
bor of one thousand men by the old
methods, and the new gas when pro
duced has six timeBlho luminosity of the
old, present, sort. The new gas is dry,
odorless, and not affected ny cold.
It can bo carried any distance in
pipes without condensing, and is as
good months after it is made as when it
is fresn. Tho light is white, like tho
electric light. In this connection tuny
no tumitioneii a new gas wmcii a com
pany in New York state has been or
ganized to manufacture. The Nov
York company's product is tho result of
llie decomposition of luno. lho opera
tion, it is said, produces almost uuro
hydrogen, which, being carbureted, re
sults in a gas of between thirty and fifjy
candle-power. Tho process, which was
discovered by a French cheinisl and im
proved by a Polish one, is said to bo
economical, aud it is expected that tho
gas will supersede coal for running en
gines, und poshibly iu doruostio beating
utiil cookery. It is made without coal
oil being used iu its preparation.
War la Europe.
Humors havo for soma timo boon rifo
that tho relation of Russia to thellaps
hurg cmpiro havo bocomo strained al
most to tho point of complete rupture,
but now we have a declaration from the
most authentic source that a war be
tween these two powers is inovitablo
Tho budget of tho Austrian Foreign Of
fice was adopted on Thursday upon the
express understanding that its large de
mands were basod on the urgent neces
sity of preparing for a collision. Tho
committee, in recommending tho large
appropriations asked for, avowed their
conviction that a conflict with Russia
could not bo long deferred, and it was
because a majority of the delegations
agreed with them that tboir report was
This public acknowledgment of the
critical aspect of tho political situation
iu Eastern Europo will bo understood
to mean that tho statesmen who control
tho diplomatic and military affairs of tho
dual empire ab union the hope and dou,bi
tho expediency of deferring a catas
trophe. When wa look back, Indeed,
on the courso of events in tho Balkan
peniasula since tho Congress of Berlin,
wo can see that but for the circumspec
tion and dexterity of tho Austrian Cabi
net war must long ago havo broken wnt
between tho two contest aos for tho Ot
tomau inheritance. From the moment
that, through the ncpiisition r.f liowi:i
and the Herzegovina, the Hapsburj
monarchy was Killered to drive a wedge
into tbo heart of tho peninsula, her po
litical iottreata became diametrically
opposed to those of Russia, and it was
clear war alone could adjust tho rival
claims to dominate between tho Danube
and tbo .Egean.
The history of tho .Southern Slav
Principalities Bince the Berlin Congress
is a tissue of intrigues more or less o
en and defiant on the part of the pr.r
ticsns of the two contestants for ascend
a.icy. Thus far the sharp and rancor
ous struggle for iiiiluoncc seems to have
resulted iu a slight advanl.igo for Rus
sia, for the Frince of Ruigaria has prov
ed himself a willing tool of the Czir,
has overthrown the Bulgariau couMitu
tion by a coup ft" ttat, and has virtuaih
placed tho whole military aud civil ad
ministration of his country in I Russian
hands. Montenegro also must be look
ed upon as a mere Russian outpost
planted on the tlauk of the territory to
be fiiught for. In S.-rvia, on the oilier
band, the political sympathies are moro
evenly divided, and the well-kno n in
clination of tho Prince for an alliance
with Austria is probably not unconnect
ed with recent attempts to get rid of him
by assassination. In Roumelia, alsn,
whore the emissaries of tho Moscow
Slavophiles liavo been trying to play the
same game which proved successful in
Bulgaria, the Russians have been cir
cumvented by the joint lnllueuce of
Austria and Turkey: but the audacious
operations of the Muscovite agents in
this quarter, -;'.tpled with the proof cf
their complicity in the Bosnian insur
rection, havo convinced tho Austrian
Government that they have nothing to
gain by tho postponement of an inevit
able war. This has become lha more
palpable since the Sl Pctersourg Gov
irnruent has thrown off the mask, and,
instead of pretending to discountenance
the machinations of tho Slavophile
part', has detached army ofHoers for the
avowed object of placing them in posts
of authority iu tho Bulgarian nervine,
Moreover, while iuilammablo materials
have been heaped up in the pt.ninsula,
Russia has been quietly preparing to ar
rivo betimes at the seat of the conflagra
tion by massing large bodies of troops
along her western frontier. Should the
eomie'H'ti expressed on Thursday by
the joi-it dnirgatiuns of the Austrian
and Hungarian Parli iinents be justified
bv the t-vi-i.t, Rusia would probably
find herself without an ady, and Ger
i many and Austrii united might reason
ably expect to inflict such a blow on the
Northern Empire as uould relievo Eu
rope for many jcaie fioiu the haunting
siiuctcr of Mu-cov',:) ambition. Sew
A Down-Easter's Trade Philosophy.
'Let mo toll you a fellow's got to
have a poor thing to sell a good ono by, 1
moralizes a Lewiston (Mo.) trader in
the Journal. "I always try to sell tho
poor stuff first. I alwavs show it to a
customer first. When 1 show him the
good thing I'm sure to put a darn good
mice on it, so he will be liablo to take
the cheaper article. 1 had a lot of
geese Thanksgiving. I put my poor
geeso to the front. T offered 'era for 13
cents. I nut rav best irecse war up to
18 to 19 cents." I didn't want to sell
them. A good thing will sell itself.
When 1 cot through I had ono or two
peese left, and they woro handsome
on. 'Now,' says 1, ;I don't care wheth
er customers come or not.' If I have
anything left over, I want it to bo a good
thing. That's equal to money at any
time. When a man comes into my shop
and asks for a good barrel of apples, for
instance, I show hiui oonio of thosu
sma!) ones which I can soil for 2.60 a
barrel. If he says ha wants n fancy,
bang-up article, i ask him if he nieam
busl less, and show hitn that hnndsomo
fruit ovcrtliiTu that I'm petting ..'l.o0
fur. There's just as much 'chaw' in tho
barrel ns in the other; out when i
I . i . . .
1 comes to aeltiu em on the table U;fore
t conipauy, they re no good."
ue ltay etay,
A perfectly formed specimen of the
tramp yesterday called into a top-floor
ofllce on GrisuoUl street, and on being
asked his business be replied:
"Could yon spare half a dollar to ft
man who wants to roach I'.ulTulo?"
"('mild you pare a quarter?"
"Not unless bo earned it,"
"Could ho earn hi1''
"Yes, sir. There's a ton of coal uttbe
curbstone which I want broii"ht Ul
here." " ' .
"A whole ton?"
"Thai's what I paid for."
"And four stories high."
"Yes, this is tho fourth story."
Tho man sighed heavily nnd wna go
ing away wuuii mo gentleman called
"Well, what do you say?"
"I can't promhse, dir. I'll walk
around tho block nnd consult my feelings
as to how bad I want to reach Buffalo.
The moro 1 look at that coal tho more I
think Detroit is the nicest place in the
world to winter In."
The Daily Experience of Every One
is tlmt neglect of the bowels is the prime
cause of ill hoHlth. Testimony of the late
Chiet Justice of Georgia: "I have used Sim
mom Liver Regulator lor constipation of
uiy,boweU caused by a temporary derange
mtut of the liver, for the last three or four
years, and always when used according to
the, directions with decided benefit. I
think it is a rood medicine tor the derange
ment of the liver, at least such has been
my personal eipcrieuco io the use of It.
Chief Justice of Georgia."
The Pranks of Western Electioneering.
When Colonel Singleton was a candi
date for Congress from ono of tho hill
districts of Arkansas, he had a rich ox-
!erience. Ho soon beeamo the butt of
lis opponents' jokes, and ns there were
ten aspirtints foj tho position his lifo
was an exaggerated burden. Onco when
the candidairs on horseback were going
to meet an appointment of oratorical
contest, Singleton fell behind, determin
ing to no longer submit to their raillery.
The party passed out of sight, leaving
th disconsolate candidate to his own
reflections. A light rain had fallen, and
when the party crossed a broad, shallow
creek, one younj fellow conceived the
idea of a joke. "Suppose," said he,
"that we tako off our coats nnd wait nn
til Singleton comes in sight, when we
will put thorn on, giving to him the im
pression that the cro-.k is deep. We'll
not gay anything to him, and he will
think that 'we want biai to lunge into
The idea was acted on. Protty soon
Singleton came along.
"That's all right," he yelled when he
saw the men hurriedly putting on their
coats. "I understand you. Want me
to pet wet, eh?"
He dismounted, and although the day
was fearfully cold, he took off his clothes,
mounted and carefully guiding tho horse
lie entered the stream. The water was
not more that six inches deep, and when
he perceived the cruel joke be stood up
in the stirrups and began to swear,
when his clothes fell into the water and
began to float away. In attempting to
reach over aud regain them he fell, aud
his horse staggering, stepped on him.
His rage was terrific, and w hen he ar
rayed himself in his garments hs bor
rowed a gun at a neighboring house
and chased his opponents rifteeu miles,
totally forgetting his appointment to
speak. Little Hack Gazette.
Boy3 and Girls.
Why do moro boys die than girls?
For every hundred girls born into tho
world there are one hundred and four
boys, and it used to be imagined that
th6 extra four boys were supplied in or
der) meet tha extra wear and tear of
life which must be borne by the bread
winners of the world. But the odd
thing to which Dr. Biddle calls atten
tion in a medical contemporary is that
the extra four per cent of boys is wiped
out by death before they attain the ago
of 5 years. . Why is this? Dr. Biddle
make's two suggestions first, that the
greater "waste" of boys may be due to
their higher organism; and, Becondl',
that it may be "due to the fact that our
little boys'are given over to the tender
mercies of mothers and maids instead of
being reared by those who understand
them." "Those who understand them"
would seem to refer to persons of thoir
own sex, so that Dr. Biddle would seem
to look with favor upon tho appoint.
nient of male nurses for male infanta.
The non-medical observer would be In
clined to accept heavy odds that, if Dr.
Biddle's suggestion wore acted upon,
tho "waste" of the higher organism, in
tend of being ra duced. would increase
at a very slarming ratio indeed. Loiir
dun Pail Mall Gazette.
Amon-rtho discoveries tnndo during
tho botanical tour of Mr. John G. Lent
nion iu tho mountain ranges along the
Mexican froutiorof Arizona were two or
threo varieties "of indigenous potatoes.
Thev wero found in abundance in very
elevated meadows, walled round by
peak 10,000 feet above the level of the
sea. In size they did not oscecd thst of
Indulgent pirents who allow their chil
dren to eat heirtily of high-seasoned fond,
rich pins, cske, &c will h'tve to use Hop
Bitters to prevent indigestion, bleoplets
nights, sicktuss, pain, and, perhaps, death.
No family is safe without them in the
The American Iustituto on Speer'u
A committee was appointed to visit Af
fred Spei r's vineyards at Passaic, N. J., to
examine his wines and cellars and report.
Thy following is a part of the report:
Many will he little surprised to lesrn that
within ho short a distance from tins city,
Us been prosecuted an enterprise of so much
inilioitance, nnd with so much success.
The qualities of theso wines aro rot ex
celled by any producer in the world aud
during the season when tho operation- of
h-tndling the grp'-s, expressing the Juices
and the other treatment are in HCtive pro
uiess, it is interesting Hnd instructive to
vis t tho vineyards sod witni-Bs the opera
tioj. R. II. Marti:, )
A. 8. llr.ATtt. M. D. Com.
J. DtTi;nsEM )
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For tho delicate and complicated diffi
culties peculiar to women, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vi'Kutablo Compound is the sovereign
I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh
nnd gathering in my head, was very deaf
Mt times ami hid diar hargea from my ears,
besldtH being umible to bientb through
my nose. Before the second bottle of Elys'
Cresm Bsltn was exhausted I was cured,
and to-dsy enjoy sound hcal'h. C. J. Cor
bin, 02: Chestnut street, Field Manager
Philadelphia Pub. House, Pa.
A new idea embraced in Elys' Cream
Balm. Catarrh is cured by cusin! dis
charge and cleBusiog, not by drying up.
Tho application is easy and agreeable.
Price, 50 cents, Apply into nostrils with
"V'Troublcs "ften come from whenco
we least expect them." Yet we may often
prevent or counteiact iln m by prompt and
intelligent action. Tlmussnds of persons
are constantly troub'ed with a combination
of diseases. Diseased kidneys and costive
bowels are their tormentors. " They should
know that Kidney-Wort acts on these or
gans at the smile time, causing them to
throw i ff the poisons that havo clogged
them, and so renewing the whole system.
I2f"The Diamond Dyes for family use
have no equals. All popular colors easily
dyed, fast and beautiful. 10 ceuts a pack
age. A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped, neglect frequcntl re
sults :n an Incurable Lung disease or 011
suuiption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the btomach like cough syr.ips
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma,' Bronchitis, Coutfhs. Catarrh, aud
the Throat Troubles which Pinters snd
Public Speakers ure subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches bavo been
recoLuuieuded by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tbo few Maple
remedies of the ae. Hold at c-nts a
Will youCiiugh when Shiioh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price. 10c. 50c.
andfl. ' (11)
Gustav S.:hidfr. of C.dumlra. 111., says:
"I hud malniit lor a Uvr tltn , ami
Brown's Iron Bitters alums effcted a
tucKien s Ar tea salve
The Best Salve In the worhl for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, I'lc rs, Silt Rheum, Fever
!ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. and sll Skin Eruptions, and p. sitiwiy
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect s itiefaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For s-hi by Gko. E
Disesse, Propensity and Passion,
brings Mankind numberless ailments, fore
most Kinong tin m are NervoU'n"s, Nerv
ous Debility, and unnatural weakness of
Generative Organs; Allen's Bruin Food
succesrfully overcomes these troubles and
restores the sufferer to his former' Vigor.
l. At dniL'cists. 2w.
Shiloh's Cutitrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Mouth. - (12)
Dtt. Kline's Gkeat Nerve RtsTonr.R is
the marvel of the aire for a' I nerve diseases.
All fits stopped fire. Send to 9l Arch
street. I'hiladf Itiia. Pa.
617 EU Charles Street, ST. L0UI3, MO.
A ragnlor Oriwluuta of two medlral
CillPRi'-. jms he' ll I'.nST 1 1 K"i -cl in the treat
mailt of t 'lironlo. Nervoua, Miln Biir,
ltlornt Plieiem tliuii any ulln-r iibvali-lan In
St. Lou 1 4, aa city yivr I'W ami afl nlil real,
deiita know, CiiiultiitliiifV olllre or T niall.
free and Invlteil. A frlemllv talk or Ills npliili.n
r-mta nnihliiK. When II la IncoiunibMit to visit
the city .or treatment. iiullt'lne run be sent
by mall or i xpr-is i-vervwlin-e. Cnraiili' iB'i-s
Kiinrautred ; wh-re itoulit lnt It Is frankly
lUilrd. CaU 01 -Vi lli-.
Ntvoui Treatr-ation, Dubiliry, Mental and
r-hystciil Woaknoss, Mercurial and othi-
affections nf Throat, Bkln and Donos, Blood
Impurities and Elood Poisoning Elcln Alfee-
tlons, Old Sores ard TJlonrs, Impodlmonts to
Marriagn, Ehuumatjsm PdfS. Special
attention to ccsis Vom over-woi-ltsd hrain.
SURGICAL CASES recoivs speolal sUmtloa.
Dlscasos arising from Imrrudoiicns, ExfisMBS,
Indulgon.vs or EypnMir-s.
II IM seil-avrieni inai a wi)"irinn ij ii
partlruliir atuiitlnn to-alnB n(ees alta Ha
ttrmit skill, and .ln-rioi In ri irulur tirai-llc-a
r.. ..... - , i.... .i.i ..., ,iii i v
ail ovit lll riinn;rv aii'mmK i n ia. 1 ' --i"- -
reroininenil enaeato the oMeat ofllce III Ani'i'li,s.
...i... I.,,.... ,. a..,.lluiiiw, la i..anrt.rl tn.
anil TUT prnyan mui i-a-iua-m.-w n.
auet and rminli'lua orii iiavt. A whole lumw la
iiapii loroillri- inirno-ea, ami all arc treated with
kill In a reHtfnl manlier; ami, knowing
ii-i" r''f .J' f .1
wnai io uo. no t'Kiienuii'nia nre inii'ie. mi i -count
of Hie m eat milliner apl llift. tho
nlia.i I.. Ifnt.l nll..n l,.,. Il-.ml III
demanded by nllieta If nn aeeure llie akl'l
ann itf a pev.y anil peilnl ili cure, i'""
tin Important in-ilter, l'unilili t, SO pagua,
cut W any adili-usa free.
piSftV. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, I ?&
Kli'KKiit cloth and Kilt I'lmllnir, FH-nlrd for SO
eenta lii poatni' or nirrenry. Over tl ft y won
'.erfill pen pli'tin-es, true tn life iii tlclesoll tlia
followliijrsuMii't", Whntiiiij- nmrry. who not:
whvf I'leper Site toinni ry. Who marry flrft.
3i ahhonil, w iilliaiibnud. flivrlial d"rny. Who
olionld niaii V. Mow life snU liaiplnea tnav M
jnr.reawd, Thnao tiiiiiTltil or coiiieiiitilatinj
travrrylna: shnnld read It- tl n"'ht Ujbe reafl
Kail sillllt persons, then kept uinler m-kj snil
y. l'iiinlnr s.lltlon. sunn a atiove. "UtJI;
nirr nd j()raBi a,6ceiitsliyniall,aJim
Cliill.H and Fever.
Hlmmon I. War Iku
latnr hhio break lb
chilla and carries the
1 curea whuu all Other
K r the relief m,(1 euro
of this dielruHnliiK die
can nee Siinuioua Liv
Tlia T?nirntHlnr will nnullltAW tl1a I. alkln
disease. We assert nnphaticully -Ahat wo know to
should not bo regarded a a trilling ailment. Ns-
inru neinuuiia me iiiiiidhi regularity or tue novels.
1 herefnrc alst nature tiy taking Hiiiiinoua Liver
Ki'KUUtor. It la harmless, mild aud cfluctual.
One or two tnblcpooiiftiia will relleia all the
troubles Incident to a billon stule, auch as Nausea
Dizziiiisa, L)rowiiiiera, Ihstrise alter euluiK, a bit
ter bad tautu in the mouth.
Persons may avoid all ntl.nka bv (nloi.al!v
Inklnit a done of rilmmotm Liver tti-KiiUtur to keey
the liver Iu heulttiy uctiuu.
generally arlniiiK fr tii a dlsordi-red stomach, enr
e corrected bvtukiua; bimmuua Liver lieulalor.
Mmmou Llvi r Hei-ulat r soon eradicates this dis
ease from t tie s.. sum, U'KVtnK tbt akin clear and
iree irnm ali luipurltie
Children sufferlnt; with colic anon exm-rlenra re
lief when bimmous Liver hesulutur is idiiilalattr-
ed. Adults also rieiive ureal hun lll from this
medlrlue. It is tint iiniIeaiut : it is harmluaa
aud ellectlvo. 1'uieiy vem labia.
Most of llie di'eaac.a ol the hlHfblur iirlilnl frnin
those of itie kldury. Kvatnre trie t-ction of tha
liver limy and both the kidiie aud blabdvr will
IfT-Take only the aniline, wlilch always has on
iqi- w rapper the red I. trade murk and aiKDalure ol
sf.II.ZE'.LlN tz. CO..
for sale by all druais's.
An Ouly Daughter Cured of
Wheo di)th was hourly txtn-cted. a!l remedla
hav ligful fd, and Dr. 11 .lamea was experiment
Idk wan tne Dial y I eib f i aicutta. be acciCent
allv made a p-epri on w b'rh ur l b p n y child
nl Conaump io . H i i-hl (I l n w Iu th c uutr"
and enj nii.g ibe b it i f be dili. Ha ins n.nved t
tOr woild toot t orjeumptiiin Can 'e I o-. lively and
Pennine tiy cred Tne do t r cor flva r.i
Koripe frte onli aski-.v tw.i ihrer rent amp to
paytxpeuses 1 b s h rb aim run a ni,'h- swi-ats.
nausea at ti e s'omarh, a id wt I re k np a treb
col 1 1n tetity-f ur bo.ira. Addre-s Cra.ldo'.k k
Co., I0:i l(a reel, Pailadc phis, camltn thi
tlii .-.i :,ersth tiret u.1.'isut le o -niu Pviilur mcrnlilr
tu-'t'Li-.r"iii luM--.i!-ni.-i'.f s:iir.'i' rj.if iti-.ri-iliwi.i in
IUi h uv-niiar ir-t - the la nrrii ci o ii! .:a--,i -. t.not tne
Club. JO to HO tir ii-i.t. I' i I'-: !.o m-wn'y. lie
portsot Lia-nut-'M- w"it rsuli n. r. filinre. ;n eicn,
riliri .i i, iiniH Iran, ,-r-i -!e. A P 'iaJiii- lit
r ja m l. n t wai.'i-l iii ewrv t.. u. f- al ir.h-. r nrnta.
tvoanai'irvt vu-nrt-riu.. , l -r. . H. t..KVL.aU.
ttCoH k; ii i:k u:uc t:.,CLi;uAiAi, ilu
IP onlear alwa-. ion tb- look-
J'liutfur iha ci- to Increase
i their i-a : n nir. and in time
Jbec-illie wi-a tin : tl;uan who
do n .t liupr vn ilt-lr oppor
tunities r-niaia io povt-rtv.
We offer a great chance to mako money. e w aot
maoi men. woman, liova snd cirls !) wurk ior n
right In 'heir own locaiil'e Anyooa-an do the
work properly fr .m the n rat s art "In lies ne
will pay mre tti n ten Orai nnimary wajr.-a Kx
pensive ouifl' furulahei! fre. No mie who encanea
lai a to make money tapdlv. You raa dev.te
your wlio! tlm l-i 'he t'k, or only your spa
moninits yu li .fonrition arid alt at is ne.-di'd
seuifted. Address HC1N SON A C(l 1'urt'abd. Me.
I N V E S T 0 R S
Dorlrlnj r-.rt clsss
Paying Stocks r Dotids yiold'nii
1 r r-fcK t 1. I i-r annum, ai.d over,
mnJ fun a i it luit piinv.'! oi', nnu uonni' iv um-
i Ticas tfwj tl a.oi.iald, bv a'Mr'Uf.ri.' 1. Hi. AH
Dfcl.L. Flu'l Aij't. M Connrope St.. Uoi;ou( Mm.
..t.1,,1.1 f ill n.all,'.., .elll. a.,!'.'.! t . . . fa.
ga STOPPED FREE
Tit. K UK LB GntAT
iDiaassts ii.t a mi I ' r. fu .s rT Arrio
Stio.vViTs.rrMXur.'ti l.-.f.MI.llll.E iftakaa
I u dinwu-4. mt iu iil'tr lint iltiv i w. ImUM t
!.' trial bnitt traa ta Vit C.,Oii, rin-st ra
I'barn.s on Iw.l.w h.n Tf c.itwi. pani naiinia.r.. and
ISI..Iliilaaa. Set DrwgtU.
.nnu a.i,r..s af saiir'.a to i iw.iar a-.-
Jarwaara a S-nSMis
POUT (tRAPK WINE
it V?-ir 'x!-
Spksr's Pokt Grape Wine I
FOUR YEARS OLD.
rTntS''ltI,n;illt.TH;DNAI'lVKVI.NB Is mula
J from the Jiilco of tlis Oporto '-pe, ralaed In
tbla couiit y. Ita Inviilnulilo tonic and siretiRth
iiiilnK piopert-eN aro ilnsuri -aud bv any oilier
Native W'ltiH, Bduif ibo pnteju'eoof t'e (irapti,
produced under Mr. Spour's own perpttuil euiicrifl
non, lis purity and -n kiiihiihIociI.
Thi voiin'-sl child m i pnrt ik of Its k iM'toiis
qualities, and the weeks I uivnlld use it to advan
tiitfe It Is psrilcillnrlvbcneni lal Io .he Hed and
il bllliated, and sttited in the various ailments thai
stTer.t the weaker sex. It iHliii'very respect A
WINK TO UK NIC! I til) ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The I'. J. KIIKitrtV ts.i w'tie nf Snper'nr Char,
ai-toritid art ikosoftli'i rich uunl ilea of 'ha grupo
Irom wh en II la tnsdii Kor I'urltv, Itlclineas. I' la
vi- and Medicinal I'ropcrties. It will bu lunnd un
Speer'u P. .T. Urand.v.
This nitVNDV tainls untivi'od In this Cosintry
niiliiLflnr superior for modldnat pinunaes. It I a
iiurodlsilllailon Iro thu urnp". nnd rnii'ain vnl.
inthie modlclnal properties. Il bus a dnllealn fla
vor, slm larto that of lho jrni"n, from which II I
distilled, mill is In t(reai fnv ir snininr ilrt-i-lass
famllli'S. bee that tho slRn .tutu of AT.FKKD
HPKKK, l'fnlc, K . J Is ovor lho cork of each
Sold Uy PAUL SCIITTII
AMD nt DROOtHTS BVItllTWrt vKrf.
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