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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUNISU, JANUARY 20,
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'if fXWARLBAKINQ POWDER
PUfTE CCAM TARTAR.
81000. Given f ,
If alum urunvi'ijiirloHssuhstunuoscun be found
In AntlreW Pearl BalciiiR Powder. Is ix
tivclv HE. Bting endurM.il, uud testimonials
rctivmlTroni such chemists as 8. buna Hays, Una.
ton: M. Pelafontaine, of Uileaso; and Oustavui
Booo, Milwaukee, Never soirt In bulk,
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
45 Mlebiijan Av. 27. toll & 211 t. Water
r,,.v,,tr(iri,it I warranted satis-
factorytotts wearer in every viav,
or tlio money will be rrtundf l i v
tbe person from whom it whs bought.
Thon'Tf'.Jrotr'ono-.rw1 liv r.ur lea-letr I ;M"
a.t tnuH..u. to lire wearer, and in "
tha -'m.! comfortable and p-rf. n-.tii g v..n.- er
"dfc I'BUX. bv MalL I'fiuae PuM
Heal la IWrvia,. s)l.6. fs.-ir-.VOJu.Hnit:. 5 5
Aedoatlaal (extra heavy) i-.nO. Nnr.lne, l.r--F
Health Preprvir-a- tnt eeuitl "0- I"rf..
M.lrl-Mll?rll. I &l'.
rr sale br UaJi KeirU ! .- pverrwlirrr.
CUIC VGU CUiiX CO.. UicatfO, Ui.
Is prppinn,:i of Proioit'e of Irvm. Peruvian
Bark ar.4 tiie Pfinhii.-. essoined with the
Veretahle Aroma:li:i. Endorsed by the ledl-al
Profession, and n-eommi-nti-it bv tliem for Isye.
f pa I a. ienerl Debility. I fnulr !!
eaara. Want of Vitality, fnu Prra
ration, toovilpirrnre Irons Iftfrt
and ttrotiie t hill and I rvr. lleiv
every purpote wnere a Iumc Is nc tseery.
Einifatturt 1 by Tbe Dr. Harlcr Mcd-cine Co, St, Leo.
The following Is one of the very many testima
Dials we are receiving: dallvt
Gntlrmm Some thrt-e ttiontln co I bfjrsn the
ose of Ih. lltKTLit's liidN 'IcMc, upon the aJ
lreof ii.invfi-liiiiswlio knew in virtues. I M
Sutferli.fr from trrneral tlt-t)l !lty to such an extent
that itiv ll.vr tairXi'Cfi!ln(;l tiimlninouie to me,
A vacation of a uirtith dlJ not phe me much ru
lief, hut on Hie contrary, was followed hy In.
Creased prostration and elnkliv clillla. Al this
time I bvfum theuw of youi iron Tonic, frorn
which 1 rnill2t''l alnioM luinu-dlnte and woixtrrlul
rrsullK. Tlieohl cnetyy returned ami I found that
tny natural forco was not permtincnil)- abated. I '
hive used tliree bottles of (he Tonic, fclnc-e unlns,
It 1 hve done twice the labor tlint 1 ever did In the
same time during my HlneM, and with double the
ease. With the tranquil nerve and vigor of body,
hat come al?oaoPHnieMof thought never before
enjoyed. If the Tonic haa not done the work,!
knuw not w hat. 1 give It the credit.
SI oat grateful jjijtirttj
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, IffB. '''Castor (.'hrisUan Chorch.
TSale by Drugglrts ind General Dealers Every when
IS A SURE CURE
for all disease of the Kidneys and
It ha (peclfla action ea tola most Important
organ, enabling It to throw off torpidity and
Inaction, stimulating tu healthy eocruUonof
the Bile, and by keeping the bowe'j In fc-ae
condition, electing lta regular dJachargo.
fin it.! Ifyou arfinufforlng from
lYlaluriU malaria, have the cUUa,
are bllltma, dyepeptla, or oorutl patod. Kidney
Wort will aurely relieve and quickly euro.
la the Spring tocleanaetheeyuUin, ever
one should UUt a thorough comae of lb
a- 80L0 BY DRU0OIST3. Price !.
Alt trt from ;o liter1 lot-, uniiM or mhr cirnn r
ik. nof re4, . w itiinttJ, phyitfft') drttnH. n4 ULbi W
parfwrti iltV tiullM vtor', ou b or.ft ait i4 rm
of uH6 srtn iti,utT, rhTlf l PKirtfthi
fel ailicM4. k .r.l. elsxti e.. p cm tat. hu6
ilARalON ItCMLI) Y I 1 ruiiM fltrt Tor It
iiiohm rnnTipjion or one or ins
Oot tiotrtl and U'Ve-tul f, i i In the f, H.
innw rilr.,il, lor tr,f,iri,f VrireMi Debility,
J.of .rfnhool, MVafctiriiaivi I itrnuu. Ivut
tupia.utv.. 'UVuiuffree. Lirukgllnau 1111 It
Addren DR. WARO & CO.. Uuisisna. Me.
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lib ( ti4 ur fine-die-, t H or rlK Kr I.Ul f (Juis
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(rvreiMtesjicHiiif frun Mnlnr btHild wn4 i hs-ir iHlrt,
M4 tra wjthiii4 urlr flhnlrs II HM trttt.
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PHIL fea 5
A bm to mm
Birth and Death of Worldi
It has been shown Hint jmst peolosl
eitl clinnfft'jt in tho uuitli taken l;tco t
the samo rate tlioso which are now
in progress 100.000.000 of jeara nt the
very lenst would have beb'n r?itiirtl to
proiluee those ell.)ets which have nclii.
allv been proiluced, wo tin. I, since the
afth'a surface was tit to be tho abode
of life. Hut recently it Ins been point
ed out, correctly in all probability, that
under the creator tide-raising power cf
the moon in past noi, these chnn'"5s
would havo taken place more rapidly.
As however, certainly lO.OOO.OUO of
years, and probably it much longer
time, niu.st haveelaped Kineo the moon
was at that favorable di-itanco for rais
ing titles, we are by n means enabled,
assume well meaning but mistaken
persona have imagined, to reduce the
life-bearim: stage of tho earth from a
duration lOO.OM.OOO of years to a min
ute fraction of such a period. The
short life, but exceedingly lively one,
which they desire, to see established by.
"eolorieal cr nstronnrnical reasoning,
never can be demonstrated. At the
verv least, wo must assign lO.UOO.Oou
years to the life-bearing stage of the
earth's existence. , If we now multiply
this period by seven for Jupiter, we got
a period of GO. 000,000 years longer,
lint take the stage preceding that of
life on the earth. From the researches
of Bischoff into the cooling of masses of
heated rock, it seems to follow that a
period of more than 300, 00;), 000 years
must have been required for Hie cool
ing of the earth from a temperature of
2,000 degs. centigrade to one of 200 .
degs., a cooling which has certainly ta
ken place. Suppose, however, that
these experiments, or tiie calculations
based on them, were vitiated by souio
error so considerable as to increases tho
real duration of the fiery stage of our
earth's history more than ten-fold, tho
real du ration "of that period beiug only
;10,000,000 years. Multiply this in turn
by seven, "and wo get a period of
210.000,000 years, or 180.000,000
years longer. Wo ought next to con
sider tho vaporous stage; but the evi
deneo on which to form an opinion as
to the duration of this stage of a plan
et's history is too slight to bo the basis
of actual calculation. Hero, as Tyndall
has well rem irked, "conjecture must
entirely coa.se." But. by considering
only two i,tago3 the fiery stage and the
life-bearing, or rather that portion of tlm
life-bearing stage, through which tho
earth has hitherto passed we find tho
two monstrous time ditlerenees 180,
000,000 and 60.0o0,00o, or 240,000,000
years in all. They mean that, if our as
sumption as to the effect of Jupiter's
superior mass is correct, then, suppos
ing Jupiter and the earth to have start
ed into existouce as distinct orbs at tho
ssmo or nearly the same time, 240,000,
000. years must elapse before Jupiter
will reach the stage of planetary lifn
through which our earth is now passing.
WheUiu-i' t.:e .sumption be correct or
not, the time differences between tho
stages of Jupiter's life and the earth's
are of this order. They must be meas
ured by u-us of millions, if uot by hun
dreds of millions of Years. We must
note, howtVer, that the 210.000.0VO
years correspond with only a seventh
"part of that time in tho earth's history;
so that wo may say that, if our assump
tions are correct, Jupiter would now
b- in the state in which our earn was
St.O'AtiO years ago. or nearer tho be
ginning than the einlof the tiery stage.
A Parsou'e Eetorta.
Father Stimson. an aged Kansas par- ,
son, owned a good horse, but the keep
ing of the beast was somewhat of a
drain on the dominie' pocket, and he
was in the habit of dropping a hint to
his parishioners once in a while that a
little hay would bo acceptable. One
day h church member asked him to
bring Mrs. Stimson to dinner. "Cer
tainly," said Father Stimson. "aud as
it's haying time, I guess I'll put some
hay on the wagon when I go bark
home." "All right, father," replied
the church member; "but bring a one
horse wagon." Father Stimson took
his wifo to dinner in n wagon with an
ample hayrick that would Hold a hay
stack. "See here," said tho parishion
er, ns ho holped Mrs. Stimson out of the
hayrick," you said you were going to
bring a oue-horse wagon, and now
you' vo appeared with tho moet capa
cious hay apparatus I over saw." "(.),
I'vo brought the ono-horso wagon,"
said Father Stimson; "but the hayrick
that's a two-horso hayrick." " He
drove away after dinner with twenty
two hundred pounds of hay.
Parson Stimsou was the' first to uso
gosnol-tents in the West. Ho put them
up himself. A fellow who passed him
one morning as he was hard at work
on his tent called to him in a loud voice,
"Hallo, there! Are you going to have
a circus?" "Ves," said the parson,
continuing his work without looking
up; "ami I'm looking for a baboon.
Don't you want to liire yourself to
The parson was a chaplain in the war.
The coloiicl of bis regiment was fond of
lending the soldiers through deep pud
dles a the regular drill, and tlio chap
lain one day rode uround the puddlu
find thereby full out of the regular order.
The colonel noticed it, Hnd at tho close
of the drill, when the officers name to
tether, Khiil, with a sneer, "If Chaplain
Stimson is afraid to ride through mud
dy water for fear of soiling his clothing,
, 1 will carrv him across the puddles tnv-
ocii. -i nan you, ine cnapiain
said; "but as the (lovermuonl provides
horaes, I don't'see any roason why I
r.hot:!d rido on a jackass."
'rproarious applause is said to have
greeted ono sperrKi r at the Speucr din
ner iu New. York when he said that tlio
gieal philosopher was more like mi
American than an F.nglishnian. Wo
can not sec whv there uliniilil Iimi-ii heen
Mieh applause, Miiee Mr. Spencer bears
!.. i.:.. f ...... it - , 1
iu mi i.u.e inn m.-mti." marks or nioigev
tioii.nervoiiMiev, nnd insomnia. Kings
kii (..nil.) Mw.i. 1 Iu; y, us has evi-
llelilU' ii-l!niil;i I 1 1 in f. ,, I lii I Mr.
Spi net r a 1 i "bears in his face tl.o so
iT lien Ks nf llilelleetlliuity.
PiTTfratD, Mass,, Sent 28. 1878.
Siks I hsve taken Hon Bittuit and
recommend them to others, hs I found
very berieflciftl. Mm. H. W. TuLLKlt,
Sec. Woman's Christian Temperance Union
This Maolstrom This Wall Street
New York Is an iron-fronted, ant
Iron-hearted town. Typical of Net.
York entirely is its screaminar, screech
ing, swift anil very crooked elevatet.
railroad. Iron. All iron. Iron uuo
Of courso if commerce nnd mono
getting tho saving of timo for the
two purposes is tho aim nnd end oi
life, this monstrosity ought to bo called
a success. For it certainly saves linn
and is a great rest to those who havt
prostrated themselves in arduous ami
all-day battle with tho many device
anil schemes and gambling gauics oi
Hutatvhon we consider that these saint
men never, from one year's end to tin
other, grow so much ns ono grain ol
wheat or manufacture so much ns one
lucil'er match, wo doubt if they deservi
Let us stick a pin hero nnd reli ct a
moment on this fact! This maelstrom -this
Wall street that draws to ilself the
brain of tho land, tint engages incense.'
less battle the best forces of the repub
lic, never gives back in return one bis
cuit to bo eaten; ono garment to be
worn, or one line to bo read. Nothing!
For Ihe thousands of lives spent there
Wall street gives back to us nnnually
many insane nnd utterly wrecked men'.
We have, as the two or three monstros
ties: Goulds, VanderbilLs, etc. We have,
set opposite these, many maniacs, many
a ghastly corpse, pistol In hand, leaning
against a wall in tbedark; 10,(.'X) ruined
If so short a time has wrought all this,
what may one not expect in tiio courso
of a century? Clearly something must
be done. At this rate some coaise ana
cruel man will get hold of money enough
to not only "damn tho public," but tlio
It occurs to mo that stock-gambling
must bo mado odious; counted low and
vulgar as cards; despised and left to tho
habitues of tho prize-ring, the pool-den,
and tho faro table.
Something certainly must bo done.
For I state it as a cold, frozen truth that
any judge of Now York, high or low,
member of congress, and, indeed, every
dignitary as a rule, and" even tome of
the ministers, "dabble" in stocks. I
speak from authority, for I havo just
been serving two years in Wall street
myself. Juaquin Sh'.lcr.
Poor Children for the West,
Tho transmission of c ri m ? has rdways
been a subject for discussion among so
cial scientists, and many people hold
that moral disease is as hereditary as
physical disease. These people have
always questioned the advisability of the
emigration scheme of the New York
Children's Aid Society, by which juve
niles have been picked up in the streets,
withdrawn from criminal nooiations
and sent to homes in the. West. The
New York Shu publishes a report re
cently issued by that suietv, which
gives some facts interesting b"th to
those who favor and oppose this emi
gration scheme. From this report wo
earn that since the 1st of 1 ebniarv, cA
the society hns sent to Ikhih s and em
ployment in the 'Vest nud other parts
of the Union, no less tlinn C7,2s7 desti
tute children. For the reason that the
society do- ires to cover up
ents of theso waifs, so it is claimed, it is
impossible to determine w ith ;my de
cree of accuracy just how many have
been useful members of society, oi
whether more than the ordinary aver
age fell into vicious habits. The soci
ety, however, through its report, as
sures us that the rcsmts have been en
tirely satisfactory, and, iu substantia
tion, points to a few "striking exam-
pies of improvement. Une ot t lie
cases sighted is that of an orphan buy.
sen: in 18")C, at twelve tears of age. to
Indiana, who has become a justice of
the peace nnd a leading citizen. An
other case is given in which tiie boy ha
turned out a sueces-fu I physician. An
other is a le uiin ' lawver of the town in
which le- was placed, and "a candidate
for the office of prosecuting attorney."
Ono is a successful artist, another is a
deputy clerk of the circuit court, and
still another is a civil engineer. Sever
al otner cases are cited, and in every pi
ttance the waif has turned out a re
spectable and useful citizen. The
girls are "all married, with ono excep
tion, and well married." As is usual in
the reports of benevolent and philan
thropic associations, the examples given
only illustrate tho rosy side of tho story.
In order to judge fairly nud accurately
an average, good and bad, ahould have
been pre-ented. Chiaqo Herald.
Too Troub'.ui of Priza Beauties.
T!i"!-,j was unite a sensation the other
day at. the emitest of beauty in Huniibli's
mujeum st uw loik. A young mail
eugai' l to te married to one or tiie
beaiiti-'s went to tho museum, and afier
a verv nuunateil tliscuss'.on wita the
young woman, finally persuaded her to
eavo the place. 1 he manager was sit
ting in his otlice when a tall, gaunt wo
man about 40 ears of age pushed her
wav past the ticket collector und enter
ed tho museum. "I want my daughter,"
In said. "Wherry is my daughter?"
She would not listen, but pushing her
way up-'tairs to where tno contestants
were, looked fur her daughter. Sl.o
fiually discovered her in No. 62, nnd, iu
a voice mat stamen tno beauties, me
curiosities, and tho visitors, exclaimed:
"Atiastasia Viekers, leave this place im
mediately! Come, make a move!" No.
62 rtcogniud her mother, but ahe was
so frightened that it was uoinu time- be
fore she could muster murage to speak.
Then she began: "Why, mother "
"Pou t. begin to cry; none of tlmt, An-
astasia. You must leave this place im
mediately. To think," said she, "that
I slnmid ever have a daughter number
od like one of tbe oxes aj stands in a
Burdntto, iu n recent i.veatiso ou
equestrianism, thus picturesquely de
scribes the Foolish stylo of riding,
which is, of course, like everything
kngiisii, tno oiuy correct thing in tins
country. "You will shorten the stir
rups until tho knees are on a level with
your Hun. Then as vou ridii yon will
rise to your feet nud stand in tho JU'i
tudo of a man peering over a fjneo to
look for his dog, nnd then suddenly fall
Iu tho saddle like a man who has s'eptred
on a batitina-peel. This, is the Enirlih
soiionl. It is bar j i.ci tho hor.se, but is
considered verv graceful. A man can
not wear lutku teeth, howe.ver, and vide
In this manner.
The Dally Kipeilcnce of Every One
is that neglect of the bowels Is the prime
CHUse .' ill health, Text inn my ot the late
Clin I Justice oi Georgia: "I have used 8. ni
mm s Liver Rcipibilor lor consiipHtinn of
my bowels chiihuI by a teinpor iry dersnge
tin nt of the Out, f r the Inst three or four
tenrs, nud id a) s when Used wcording to
ihe, diieciinns with decider! benefit. I
ihink it is h good im dicine U r tho ileranife
meet of the liver, at lenst such Ims been
my personal upt lienre in the use of it.
lift AM VMn.NrH,
Chief Justice ol Georgia."
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are yi.u tlihturiied at night aud broken
of' your rest by a sick child suffering ami
prying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teethf It so, go at once unit get a bottle ol
Mrs. W inslow s Southing Syrup. It will
relieve the pool Utile sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. 'I here is not a mother on earth
w ho has evtr used it, who will not tell you
it once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and yivo rest to the mother, and relief Mid
heaJb to th" child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to use in all chscs, and
pleasant to tilt; taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest slid best female
phykians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 2-) cents a bottle.
"Will you Cough when Shil'di's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 00c.
Foil Dyspepsia, ludigesnon, Depression
of Spitits Hnd General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive sgainst
Fever and A;:ue, sn I other Intermittent
Fi veig, tho 'Feiro-Plmspuruted Llixir of
CalisHyM," made by Caswell, HhZurd & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and f. t ptttienls recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Gcstav Schiller, of Columbia, 111., says :
I had nialads tor a long tira , and
Brown's Iron Bitters alone effected
rsucKien's Arnica Salve
The Bunt S dve '.n the world for Cuts,
Rruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Guns. and sllSkiu Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents per box.. For gale by Geo. K
Uotliers should Kuow it.
Frotiul babies cauuot help disturbing
tv. ry body, and mothers shoui:l know how
sootl.ing Parker's Ginger Tonic is. It stops
l-abit h taiiis, makes them healthy, relievts
their owu anxiety au I is safe t. use. Jour
nal. To 'Die Wtst.
There are a nunilar of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable rmi'e is via Saint Louij and
ver the Miss 'uri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Dep t, Stint Louis to K msas Coy. Le-ven-
woith, A'chison, Sr. Joseph and Ouiaha.
Pullman p. lace Sleeping Cars ot the very
rirest make are situ hed to ell trains.
At K-iesas Citv Union Depot, pitssergrs
for Kms is, Colora-io, New Mexico and Cal
i form a connect with expiess trumsofall
At Atch'sv, C' nnection is made with
expre-s tran.s for K tc? as and Nebraska
At O.T.ahi, connection is made with the
OverUml train r Ciif"inis.
This line offers to paries enr ule to the
vViefiti d N"oitlnest, le t on y fast time
and superior -'Cta iii'idations, I -it f beautiful
ceru-iy, as I' pas-es through llie'Stiest por
ion of Miss uiihn l Ne'fasks. S-nd for
llU-trifed miip, pamphlet, tfcc, (if tl is
In.", wiiiph wil; lie in iile-l free.
V. H. Kinnajj. F. ( rtANoi.ut.
As-'i (Jen'l Pass. Agent. Oen'l Pa A'.H'nt.
.''Trouoles ot'teti ome from whenco
we iea-t expeet tin m." Y-t we may often
newntor founteia' t 'mm by prompt tmd
intelligent action. Thousmds of persons
are cont intlv troiih'ed with a coinbiiiHtion
of diseases, Die-sB l kidneys and costive
bowels are their tornv-ntors, They should
know that Kidney-Wort acts on these or
gans at the same time, causing them to
throw i ff the poisons that hsv,- clogged
them, and so renewing the whole system.
f5f The Diamond Dyes for family use
have uoiqtials. All popular colors easily
dyed, fast and beauttlul. 10 ceuts a pack
'For tho delictte and complicated diffi
culties peculiar to women. Lydia E. Pmk-
hatn s egetable Compound is the sovereign
Disease, Propensity and Passion,
brings Mankind numberless ailments, fore
mosr anvng them are Nervousness, Nerv
ons Debility, and unnatural weakness of
Generative Organs; Allen's Brain Food
successfully overcomes these troubles and
res't.res the sufferer to his former vigor,
$1. At druggists. 2w.
Shiloh's Catirrh Remedy a positive
cuie lor Catarrh, Diptheria and CRnker
Fahmeks and others desiring a genteel,
lU'rative agency business, by which f3 to
$20 a day can be earned, send address at
once, on postal, t lr. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
105 and 107 Fulton street, New York.
GnAY hairs often cause annoyame,
Paiker's Hair Balsam prevents by restoring
the youthful color.
Dr. Kline's Gkeat Nekve RESTonr.R is
tho marvel of tho age for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to Oftl Arch
street. Philidelm'a. Pa.
A NOTED IIUT UNTITLED WO MA.
(From tha Dontoa Globs.
Viumi-1, Edtton .
Tho above la a good likeneaj e f Mrs, Lydia E. Dnk.
ham, of Lynn, Hasa., whiiaborenlli.tlicr human belnira
may be truthfully called tho ' Pear Friend or Woman,"
asiome of her correspondents love to call her. Che
la aealou-ily devoted to her work, which la tho outcome
of a life-study, and b obMjed to keep tix lady
altanti, to help her aniwertlie largo correir-cndtnce
wwch dally pour In upon her, each bearing in upecUl
burden of ratTerlng, or joy at relca efrom It. Uor
Vegetable Compound la a medicine for gooj and not
evil purporcs. I bare personally tuvtaiigated it and
am satisfied ot the truth of thlt.
Oil account cf In proven merits. It Is rwornraended
and proacr'.bc: bv the bent phj-,lciati In tbe country.
One sayai "It wojt s like a charm and sarea much
pain. It will euro cutlMy the wont form of falling
ef the uteruJ, Loucrr'iosa, Irregular and painful
llenitruatlcn.atl Ovarl.iu Troubtej, Inftammation and
Ulceration, Flooding, il! Displacements and the con
sequent spinal weak uoti, and la especially adapted to
the Change of Life."
It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new life end vigor. It remove f&iatneu, flatulency,
destroys all cravlni; tor itimulunti, and relicvua weak
ness of th stomach. It curia Illoatlng, neodachee,
h'ervoua Trout ration, Oonural Debility, blsepleaanew,
Dprosiun(uidlmnestlon. Tlut filling of bearing
down, cauinig (ln, weight and backache, ia alwaya
permanently cured by lt uta. It will at ail tlma, and
und-rall eln-'imt.ice, act in harmony w.th tlio law
that govenu thu -"undo i-yrtem.
It com on.lv f !. or bottle or tlx fc-r S-V, and Is sold by
druggists, .'p.- idrlcereiuireilatouijeclalcasta,and
the names cf a-.tuy who have been restored to perfect
health by tin .isof the Y'efstal.le Compound, can bs
obtained by ldrcliig llrs. P., with stouip for reply,
a ier -iom-j lnLynn.il.ua.
i.'or Kidm-y Complaint cf effier am thts compound li
unsurpaah-d as abundaut trftitnonlal, show,
"lira. PinkiJiin's Liver I'll's," ys one writer, "are
tht best (it th4 vor'.i fur the cure of Constipation,
DUlousneas and Torpidity of the liver. Ilcr Blod
PurlHerworks wonderti In lis special like and bids fair
to equal the Compound In Us popularity.
All must rvepe, t her as an Angel of Uerey w hose S"w
ambition b) to do good W ot Uera,
fhiladulphla, Pa. (ft SJra A. M. D.
Is oomWK'l cf Ilrrmlinni .Mucilwiiious pnv..
ii-'s, wuiu.enucaie lite substance or the
Lungs, expectorate tlii acrid matter
luat Coilin 4 i.i tiie Lroiu hial 'i uhnn,utid iMruisev
suothlug cuailtit;, vo,ivu relieves the lr.
i Uatluu th.it c.nii. i t. ecoi.Kli. ll t leaiiira
tlieluntrsof all Impiiritlea, atiruiUcne
tiieiuvvhenenfttblril liy lleae,u.Ti((( t
n:es the circuiuiioa of tia l.ci, and biuroth;
norvauanysti'm. Mtirlit totds cfteti end In
consumption. It ia lon serous to neulect
thrill, Apply the rcini-Ui jiromptl)'. A
tjstof ttre-cy )-eit warrants tlio a-wrtimt that,
ito remedy La a ever !' found that Is
prompt iiu seiie.-'sr.sTUTT'8 EXPECTORANT,
A single close rn.!r the iihlestni, utxiut
i niratnuiion.a il i'j uo epce'l .lvctiri-e the tni-t
r-sistinate eoti-h. A pt enaant cordial, ehU.
tren take it reodilv. i. r Croup It 1
larallla'ilo e" 1 rmi'l t- er-v funilly.
In 3-o,nnd 1 totl)r. -
APT DlffECTLY ON THfc LIVER,
tune till. In nit.l iciii', 1 sjirptla,
Mik HoaUaclic, Uili.iiM t ollr.t oiiatlpu
tlun. Itlicutnallaiu, 1 ilea, I'nlpltaiiouof
tho lieart, HUziois, Torpid i.iver, and
L'cinale Irres;uturiitrs. It ymto not "u-1
-. ty well," a s;.i in y-..l etiate ut-s iVettomacl.,
testorcst'.io " .-.e,i:a-vi: -cor to t! cava-. en.
A NOTED DSlfIKE SAYS
lm. 'i jit: b' i' i t...r tin yais 1 tav-s
l jn a maitj r t I ia, ( ' n-t.putinn an '.
1 lira. Last spri-'RM ,'.:r J I'.'s Wi-icn-comn.erdi i
tame; luaedV.M.inti.ntvi-hli -f tith). Iai.
tow a well man, 1 nvo piA I nwtite, iii?t-'io:i
f.erfiyt, refn' r e J ' s pi ri, e-id I hnvi
(.' imed foity poun 'fT..a :'. Tiiey ere Woi'.'.i
ti-..r THrhtin f
nt,v. p.. l,. riMPr;,T,ruN-in". Kj.
Office, ft fnrrvl., 'cvv Y"rU.
I ll. Tl fT's .11 M .li of I ecful
1 lioccipu I JiiLK o: u;,lloaiiOu. I
The D.it ainMVortli:. bs
are never inittutt d i nd ct uute rt'eiied. This
is cspetiinliy tiuu nf a family medicine, nnd
it is positive proot tb.it the rimedy unita
ted is of tbe liiht et value. As Soon us it
had bicu teeleil and piov-.-d by the whole
world that Hop ibtiers hms the purest, last
nnd most viiluaUn faiuiiy iiieilicitif or;
earth, many imimtions sprung up and be
gan to steal the notices in wbicli the press
and people of the country hid txptessed
the merits cf II. B., and in every ay tryini
to induce sufb iing inv-nids to use their
stuff instead, expecting to make monev on
the credit and L'ood nan.e of ll. H. Many
others started ni strums put up in similar
style to II. H., with variously devised names
in which the wort "Hop" or Hops" were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were tho same as Hop Bitters. All
such preten'led remedies or cures, no mat
ter what their style or name is, and es
pecially those with the word "Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, arc imita
tions or counterfeits, lkwitro of them.
Touch none of them. Use nothing but gen
uine Hop 'Bit lets, with a bunch or cluster
of green Hops on the white label. Trust
nothing else. Druggists and dealers are
warned against dealing in imitations or
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Days' 1 rial.
TO MEM ONLY, YCU..3 OR OLD,
WHO are sntTerlni trmn Nunvoi.s nvHir.iTV,
Lost Viti.itt, Latk or Ni:hvk Koiu a to
Vioor. Wastino Wi akskssis anil all thoe illenam'S
of a FKRSonai, Nati mk remltlim rrmn atii'SKS and
Oitirn Csfars. finwdy rllf i. ti l pmniil'ta n-nto.
ration of Ht'Ai .TH.vioiinand ',Usnii,,uM'AnANTtKn.
Tb- errand-it ril'ovprv of the Mimtepnth C.-ntury.
Bond at once for illustrated Paniphleti'rpe. Adlrena
VOLTAIC BELT OIL, MAR8HAU, MICH.
p ESTOPPED FREE
l)R. KlilNL'8 GREAT
tX 'j f-biflVC RC8TORFFf
Mil i'f il H IlKAIN AKD Kaav
nisiaSRs. OMLv.uie ta I't; urn 'r.HV Arrao
rio.riia.KMi.aesv.lo.lNKAI.LinLK If taken
U.idlr.et.il. A.,fUinVrrlrf.i'siiM. 1 restlss
i; trial bottle rri w Tit CiMHis.th.y psylnt rinrsss
chart rs o b..i,whsn rpeslvsU. Snii asmes.P.O.aad
a.lJr..-s of arlttotatl U. Da.KUNE.Ml AroS
tuI'Bilal-.s" UhIwi. nertessNM
Chillsi and Fever.
Slin iiiiiis l.lver Ileifil
IhiiiI' . lion break the
clnlla uml canli's the
fever inn. ul lie evsleiu,
Il curi-a v. lien all other
Y r tin- rieli-f al.tl cuio
nf linn d ctn-NeiiiK die
tie ure s'lniiioiis Liv
L A'. SPKP.SU.
The Keuulator will I'uslllwiy euro thU U.flble
(llsuhHe, We aeeert inpli'it. cully -vliin e KliuWto
should not he reunrtli il n a tnrlitici gPineiit. Na
ture ili'iniillilii the llti.iocl n-i;ii!ir;tv ot Ihe li'iAi-.a.
Ilmreftiru ane'el nature l taknig ri mhiiiiiip Liver
Ut'KUlulur. Il le hiir,ili'i-H, mil.! a i . cl c llitrtuul,
H1LJOUSN i : -s.
One or two taliiiiM,iifuiii ill ii-lii vo nil tho
tr .u tlK Im Iili-nt i, h l.l 1 1 1 1 1 h Male, Piu li n Naunea
DiitKlntsii, lrmwait'i-i.. lotri rr i lirr i iiI'im. a bit
tcr bud lu-lu in the uiutii.i
IVreoiis n.a? avoid all in r;l. tiy ncruplutitilly
luklinr a dimu of Mnnniui-1, cr i i-nhitor to kei-.p
the uv. r in bi uliliy ar.ttuii.
DAI) UK HATH!
generullr urUiiiK fr jiii n i!isiirli r-il etutiee'ti, run
he torn xli'd hv tnlt i! .sii,iinu!ie Liver l!e;;tiiutur.
Mmininn Liver lte,:iilil r rmm erunieati n this dls-ens.-Imm
II c ssti in, leaving the elan clear and
I rue l'rtjui all I n.purlt i
Children eufler! rur vi'l: c I Ic nuihi i x pi-rii-nee ro
lie! when Siuii'itn.e Liv. r ilcrii'iitor is Hdininlter
ed. Adults ulnj derive nn'al Ikm IU fiem this
medicine. U la not tutpUuvasi. ; it If Imrmlees
and eftuctivo. puiely vn.v Uliia
J J LA 1J DI : U cSc K 1 1 ) N KYS
Moet nf ihe 'P-eaceii ot tht bludder crivtliiati from
thoi. of Oi Iddurve. Iti-rtntw in,. mi,,u of the
liver full.- and both the knine t end til-iO'ler will
tWTakeonlY the muloe. w!ilei nlways has on
tliH w racier the red I. uu le murk .-.ml ei,;iia!urn ol
.r. 1 1. zi ; i Lin gc co..
tor sale h all dr.i::,n.:e.
pfTtii4iwijiitiaemwmirt..rtii , "
Iti .ii v.-. nut mrm
tilth It II K,
iii.ittK nr. tooTHAciir,
Scfenes,. Cull. Bruiiei,
I'm is'I niTl.
Itl I5NV. f-t i 1.1)1.
And aii otli- r tx d'.ly acbea
FIFTf CEMS A BOTTLE.
s-i.td by e'! I)rt:cvfV and
lnui.n,. li.rr, lious 111 11
Tlic Ctiz.ict A. Vogaler Co.
(S, A V iOfil.UeCO.1
llnltl ion rr. Vid., t .. A.
j!i!l: : .!jiisiUri!;
Llilli :W Ji"j' it,ai:"r
)l J iiD
'i liiii: iht...
lijilii': ywKvr j;.
li l j.!,,!;!;,!,,;!..!,!! II.
lUllUuliI) ,y V
j "ll'iopleor aiwa-.ioi, the look
1 II i.nt for ib en to tntr'-aee
their eat nliiiTH. aid lu time
J'nic me wea thv; thus who
in, u''i iiuei.,t 'il ir iniyui-
lunlt!e r- tnain la tKivi-rtv.
We offur s great chat.re to mtko tnontv. W tvant
tnmi teen, omin. hov. s-.d air e tuwairk ior ns
right In 'heir.owu iwi Hies Adv on" ran do tha
wnrV profir'y fr m tb ftrt s rt 1h? hue nrss
wl.l par in-ri- til -n ten '.mie.-i ordirarj wg( Ex-p-nsiveoutfl'
furnl'hr-1 f-ee. No "n-- ln ctii;aL'es
lai a to make mou'-v rP'iti- You enu dev. le
your who!1 t'tn -t i tie w.i-k. or o-iiv ymir ppa e
inu'ii-uis Ku 1 1 fi-' -uti'iri S'te r. 1 t s!ltie-ded
seu-free. Address S TIN ''ON A CO IVt atd Me.
Thoeo dtftrttig to mike inony
priMiia'l mid I..- ilintn i ws uH-iits
iit in-if.n. irj'.iM-- r.n-i at-vk
aiM-rtil.tlloiis -. n i ) f . f)vo ert.t
i;. . ,i uui- ii i. i ;u .i M. y U',
uts Ot ti" C T I 'S.i.i i lls.'l i -.it"-ts
fc'iv-i i,a r- a:..' i v.r. I r- ei to In
, -!. :dUieo'.eiriti tonvera tmitS
the r -r..ii niv o iui tit, Profits
pmd f. it of .--v '.'v e.. MC, ii till u-v
l.'ii! Ihe on .n a iii'.'i s'.'"ei,t piul;
Pit ni i-i"v cr r- -. nb on ri-man I.
LX'im'. c i urt u -il lis f-l-.'i-tns
of f'tn-l W eent ln. We
V.I1UI i o' vl.HICi'i ii t.. niiowiil
report t'Ti I'ri.pa nu-l ticroilncn the
plan. LiberLi ctuunusat'WS pui'i.
FLEFiMlfiG & MERP.Il.'&ant,
.Ylitjur lli'iok, rnlrajro,!!)
' a i
'IT' si. 1 arires.
.. f . 1..IUH oi the
4 T- I Artr.frlr:'!p 1- -i- i.j.'.i hv ail ilriii
O vr V;,,n n . r- h f xi i'-si, f'l It-
fiVTrrTr p"Ki. jotw i. i .! 0Nr),
17TR-11 1'7 by ..ine r b'l CINCINNATI,
Oil 10. I'leii-so nieuuou thia viituor. a w
POUT GliAPl' WINE
'.. - ri
ASA '' s"
2 2 '--Y- l,''JV7 T:
Spkek's Tout GuArr: Wink !
FOUR YKARS OI.U.
mml'KLBBItATKI) NATIVE WISE is infl''s
1 from thoJulc.ii of tlm flntiriii (Jape, rained In
this court y lie Intraltinl) o ln'iio and vtrrnmh.
enlnit propult e ato tius ir; HFSeit hv guy other
Native Wlnu. B -lou 'll" n'trJtl'ee of t n drape,
produced nnilor Mr, hpoer'r- own personal supervl
aiou, It purltv mid in Mil's, arn (."lariinierd.
Tin vounee! child in i purt.ilt of its K ti iron
ntmlltles, and the ivenko t Invalltl iik" II t n Ivun
IniM It IspartlculnrlvhenelMal tn.hesnotl end
d"bllltati'd, and suited 10 the nrbme ailments that
street the weaker set. It Is In m'I7 respect A
WINE TO UK HEI IliU ON.
Sneer's P. .1. Sherry.
The P. J. KIIKIIK i l w"iie of Siiper'cr Char.,
aeterstil ni t iltesortho rich omi) tlesoMlio qrapo
from h en It. Is inndo rr I'urltv, I leluies., l la
vui snd M'ldteliinl I'roperlioe, It Will hu tooud tt II-
."cellea. . r ... l
ISpcers r. iwhhuv.
This httANDV tniiils nnrlvii'ed In this tJountry
boliufl'ar ettiorlr.r fur medlr.lnal ptntiosca, U a
pnrodlsrllliitlna Iro " thesMpp. im i ntraiiiH v.
liable medlelnal pntperilus. ll has a (lnlle.iilu fla
vor, aim lnrt'i thai of Ihe jrap's, fr nn which It Ii
dlsilllod, and is In Krear. fuv ir llm(ln flrt-rlaa
families, bee tlult te hikimIiu-u of AI I'KKD
HI K Kit, 1 s'salc, Is. J,, Is over tho enrk of euch
, (Sold By PAUL SOIITJH
I AND BY DUUOiJUTU BVEH YWfie'.Hbl,
vs, i. r t S
V I iX
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