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Tly- DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FBI PAY MOMUM AftttL 23, 1884.
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the diseases of tne human ruce. Those
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1 had fot thrty-cieht yenrs s ufl'ered every spring
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Including many physicans, hut without any benefit
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years ito, and it cured me sound and well. Thr e
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it. JOEKI'H liKASl.KT, Columbus, ija.
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s ladrwith nicdulary cane r of thi womb, for whom
I had no nope wha'ever. After usinjj cue bottle 1
am satifflei she will -.000 be cured.
J. WYLT.E (LILLIAN. M. D.
Easleys, S. C.
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OFF FOR THE POLE.
Departure of the Bear for tho Fro
zen Zone in Search of the
The Thetis and Alert to Follow Shortly
The Latter Pronounoed the
Strongest Ship Afloat.
Common Sense Instructions to the Com
mander of the Expedition De
sirous of Prayers.
The Departure of the Bear.
Bhooklyn, X. V., April L'4. The Bear
will take her departure from the Brook
lyn, Xavy-Yard at lour o'elock this ufler
110011, ami will be towed down to Sandy
Hook by the tug Catalpa. The oltlcers are
all on board this iiiorniiiir, and some of
them wore an anxious expression as they
hurried about making their llnul prepara
tions for departure." Hundreds of visi
tors are at the yards anxious to go on
board, but are not admitted. Lieutenant
l'.iuoiy came down shortly before ten
o'elnek. To old friends who gathered and
wished him a pleasant voyage, he replied:
"I think I shall need all your good w ishes
The Secretary of the Xavy will go down
to the Hook in her, returning in the tug.
AVASUiMiiox, 1). C, April 24. The fol
lowing is the communication sent by the
Secretary of the Xavy to Commander
Schley iu New York, iu regard to the
(Jreeiy relief expedition:
X.wvDkpahi.mkxt, April 21 .Sue The
Thetis, Hear, and Alert, ships of the
Oreely relief expedition of lot4, being
ready, you are ordered to take command
of them and proceed to the coast of Green
land, or further north if necessary, and
if possible, ilud and rescue oraricci lain the
fate of Lieutenant (Jreeiy and his comrades.
All 1 he olllcers and men under your com
mand are hereby enjoined to perform any
duty at sea or on land to which you may
order them. Xo detailed instructions
will be given you. Full confidence is felt
that you have both the capacity and cour
age guided by discretion, necessary to do
ail that can be required by the Depart
ment or the Xatiou for the "rescue of our
imperiled countrymen, With earnest
w ishes and high hopes for your success
and afe return, W. L. Ciiami.kii,
Secretary of the Navy.
Ol'll JtOYAL llilKNT.
The Kind of Ships the Mother Country
Gives to Her Boys.
Xew York, April 24. The steamship
Alert, which was presented to the United
States by the British (loveruineut for the
Oreely relief expedition, arrived Tuesday.
At the gaff of the Alert the American flag
was flying, and a pennant streamed from
the mainmast. Lieutenant Commander
C. F Goodrich was iu command. The
crew consisted of twenty-nine men who
were engaged to make ' the voyage,
with the understanding that they were to
shift for themselves. "Minister Lowell
fortunately selected an excellent crew,"
said the commander, "for the ship had a
terrible passage. We were twenty-four
days in coming across. The winds were
pretty fair most of the time, but there were
utroug westerly gales on the 8th and yth
inst. The barometer kept low, and theseas
very high. I consider this the strongest ship
anoat." Continued the commander: "If
him was not so stanch she would hardly
have stood the voyage. Originally the
Alert was a corvette, built for the Eng
lish naval service iu ls,jii. Siie was prac
tically rebuilt for Sir George Xares when
he made his polar exploration. Her
planking was thickened, extra frames
added, heavy stringers inserted, and ad
ditional beams put in. On our trip over
she showed her seaworthy rpialities. Xo
vessel ever encountered worse tas, and
ItDDK THEM MAGNIKICKN'TLY,
Her pair of compressed engines give her
8 so horse-power. Jn smooth water she
can make from seven to eight knots per
hour. In rough water no definite rate of
ppeed can be counted 11(1011. Her engines
are not powerful enough. The ship is
well provided w ith sailing facilities. Her
bark rig, with double topsail yards,
spreads canvas enough to give her good
sea capacities. Her displacement Is 11,
Oi.'O tons, and draught fifteen feet. She
can carry about 000 tons of freight, with
a full complement of 100 men.
Washington, ). C, April 24. The
Secretary of the Treasury has notified
Collector Wicker of Key West, of his
removal by order of the Senate, and has
designated special agent Hubbs to act
temporarily in his place.
Chief Clerk of the Treasury Resigns.
Washington, I). C, April 24. Colonel
Amos Webster, Chief Clerk of the Treas
ury Department, to-day tendered his
resignation, it has been accepted and
Theodore Swal.e, of New Jersey, will in
a few days be appointed his successor.
Webster was tin applicant for the Assist
ant Secretaryship, made vacant by the
resignation of New, but failed. It Is
thought that this may have some bearing
upon, his present action.
The Department of Agriculture on Mis
souri. Washington, D..C, April 24. The
Department of Agriculture reports the
acreage of winter wheat In Missouri at
one per cent, less than last year, and the
condition less promising than at this date
one year ago. The Hessian My has proved
quite destructive in Gasconade, Dent,
Green, Callawoy, Moniteau, Osage and
St. Charles Counties. Some quite seri
ous losses of live stock are reported
throughout the State especially
among swine. The severe winter
has told badly against the pigs.
Cholera reported In nearly one-third of the
counties in the State, and the loss in
sine localities has been very great. Kn
tire droves are reported as having died
from this .ti,ease. Now Madrid County
reports a loss of seventy-live per cent,
iron, the smile cause. A disease is also
ported i Madison County which has
S ttadT-t J b,!l" 101 and the
kin titut llesh get a deep blood-red, and
when tiny do get well they look unfit to
be kept. Soft com has universally beeu
reported as giving poor pigs,
the reports say: "Keports from Putuam
Coutiio, Mo., mention -a disease, which
prevailed hist fall In one Or two town
ships, In which hundreds of animals were
affected and tweuty or thirty were shot
by the advice of 11 veterinary surgeon
from Kansas City, who pronounced
the disease glanders. The disease still
prevails, but does not appear to be
spreading. In St. Louis a persistent
cough is mentioned as prevalent. In St.
Charles County sweeuey and rheumatism
have been prevalent among the mules. In
Carter County the general condition of
health among horses Is described as bad.
Quite a number of horses are stiff all
over, and the cause is believed to be the
feeding of millet hay."
Washington, D. C, April 24. This
morning (i. 1". Perkins, of the United
Slates Secret Service, testified before the
Springer Committee that wheu ex-United
States Marshal Hall, of the Western Penn
sylvania District, entered upon his official
duties he was a bankrupt, and that he re
tired with 3:100,000, and that he made as
much as SM.OOO in one year out of the
olllcc, and no one had tried to recover
any of the money for the Government.
The WitlU'SS WHS exatlllnnrl nxrinlim thrt
alleged frauds in the Marshal's ollice of
tne western District of Pennsylvania,
and stated that the aDnolntment nf David
Cameron, who was appointed Assistaut
Kisuici Attorney lor Western Pennsyl
vania, was brought about through the iu
lluence ot Senator Mitch,. It
brother-in-law. Hu had never heard of
Cameron performing the duties of the
Washington, D. C, April 24. The
Chair laid before the Senate a communi
cation from the Attorney-General request
ing an immediate appropriation of 8H0,
000 for w itness and jurors' fees.
A petition was presented by Mr. Frye,
from the Governor, Kxecntive Council,
Secretary of State and other citizens of
Maine, praying that Congress appropri
ate money iu aid of the World's Kaposi
Hon at New Orleans. In presenting the
petition Mr. Frye remarked that Maine
was as far from Louisiana as one could
reach within the limits of the United
Slates, and he was very glad his State
took so much interest in the Xew Orleans
Imposition. He sincerely hoped a suit
able appropriation for the Exposition
would be made by Congress.
Mr. Miller (of California) presetited
the petition of the Chamber of Commerce
of San Francisco, calling attention to the
isolated, helpless condition of that port
in the event of war, and demanding the
immediate completion of the Mouaduock.
The followiug favorable reports from
committees were received:
I!y Mr. Hoar, from the Committee on
Library A joiut resolution providing
that the two Houses will attend the cere
mony of the unveiling of the statue of
Chief Justice Marshall, Saturday, May
10, and appropriating 91,500 to defray
the expenses of the occasion.
By Mr. Hill, from the Committee on
Post-olllces and Post-roads To provide
for the deposit in the Treasury of the re
ceipts of the money order system, and
for the payment of the expenses out of
ISy Mr. Frye, from the Committee on
Commerce Th(! House hill to rumrltiirn
a bureau of navigation in the Treasury
Depaitment. This is to take the place
of the Senate bill of like import, which
on motion was indefinitely postponed.
Jly .Mr. Jackson, from the Committee
on Pensions To amend the pension laws
relating to attorney fees.
The bills reported were placed on. the
calendar, and a joint resolution relating
to the Marshall memorial was passed.
Mr. Piatt reported favorably from the
Committee on Territories a bill providing
for the admission of Taeonia luto the
Some unimportant business was trans
acted by unanimous consent during the
llrsthalf hour of the session wheu the regu
lar order was demanded and the roll of
committees was called for reports.
Kcports were submitted as follows:
Jly Mr. Tucker, from the Committee on
Judiciary To define and punish counter
feiters of notes, bonds or other securities
of Foreign Governments. House calen
dar. Also adversely, to compel the resi
dents of one State to attend as witnesses
iu the courts of another State. Tabled.
Mr. Maybury (of Mich.) from the Judi
ciary Committee reported adversely the
joint resolution to amend the Constitu
tion by extending the suffrage to women.
Mr. Keed (of Maine) presented a mi
nority report, signed also by Mr. Brown
(of Indiana) Mr. Taylor (of Ohio) and
Mr. McCord (of Iowa; favoring the pas
sage the bill. Poland (of Vermont) also
presented his views agreeing with the
majority in their conclusions, but dissent
ing from their reasoning. The resolution
was laid on the table.
By Mr. Seymour from the Committee
on Commerce To authorize the erection
of bridges across the Mississippi at Rock
island and Falls of St. Anthony an
across the Missouri in Douglass County,
Neb. Placed on House calendar.
By Mr. Glasscock, from the same com
mittee Establishing Tacoma aud
Seattle, V. T. ports of delivery. Referred
to the committee of the whole.
By Mr. Lamb, from the Committee on
Foreign Affairs Authorizing the Presi
dent to enforce the claim of J. K.
Whcelock against the Venezuelan Govern
ment. House calendar.
By Mr. 11111, from the same committee
Authorizing the President to appoint a
commission to attend the International
Prison Congress. Referred to the com
mittee of the whole.
By Mr. Alexander, from the Committee
on Territories To reorganize the Legis
lature of Utah Territory. House calen
dar. The House then went Into committee
of the whole, with Mr. Converse In the
chair, for the consideration of the Sen
ate amendments to the Naval appropria
tion bill. 11 v
Must Make Reparation.
BitonKi.YN, X. Y., April 21. The jury
in the suit of Mark I). Hanover against
Walker X..IIaldeman, President of the
Louisville (lunrWr-.hmrml Company to
recover 820,000 damages for alleged libel,
returned a verdict this morning of six
cents for plaintiff.
A Horrible Fate.
Cleveland, ()., April 24.-l)avld M.
Pelton, President of the Pump Manufac
turing Company, was caught by a circular
saw to-day, and saw ed completely In two
at the waist.
DEATH AND MYSTERY.
What Is Known of the Printer
Who" Drowned Himself
Dangerous Effeots to Sit Upon" Sure
Death to the One Who Opens
Belief That the Terrifying Motto Covers
a Mine of Hidden Wealth Rossa
Willing to Open It.
Xew York, April 24. There was little
new light shed yeBterday ou the mystery
surrounding Nathan E. Fish, who
drowned himself at Bellevue Hospital
Tuesday, and in whose room at the Carle
ton House strange packages of dynamite
were found. The box containing twenty
one dynamite cartridges, a sealed package
aud two Remington pistols, with attach
ments to the triggers by which they could
he fired by clockwork, is still at Engine
house Xo. 2, corner of Center and Cham
bers streets. The strange package is
about a foot long and six inches wide, aud
Is wrapped with wire aud tied up In
brown paper, with the warning written
upon it, "Sure death to the one who
opens this box," staring one In the face.
No person has yet discovered the secret
contents. "We have all kinds of strange
visitors," said Chief Mahedy. "One man
wanted to get the job of opeu
ing the box. He said he would
do It cheap. I have sent word
to the Bureau of Combustibles and to
morrow the package will be removed on
the tire-boat ophar Mitts to the magazine
on Kills Island. O. 11. Payne, of Xo. 58
Division street, called at the Oak Street
Station, and said he had occupied the
next case to Fish in a Nassau street
printing-olnce. Shortly after Fish was
Uken to the hospital Payne said ho
called there and took possession of
$:00 at the request of the sick man.
This mouey would be at the disposal of
the police after the Interment expenses
were paid. He thought the mysterious
box contained not dyuaiuite, but money.
At the various addresses which the mem
orandum book contained nothing was
known of Fish. The Bellevue Hospital
authorities say the only visitors Fish had
while ill were a man and a boy.
Oue strange thing pointed out was
that the ouly correspondent the suicide
had, l'rof. E. X. West, of Washington,
died a few minutes after learning of Fish's
death. The cause of his death was said
to be pneumonia. O'Donovan Rossa de
nied all knowledge of the"man, and said
that be certainly did not beking to any of
the Irish societies. As for the myster
ious box, Rossa was willing to open It.
He was dynamite proof. Fish was buried
yesterday in the Luthernan Cemetery,
FIRE IX CINCINNATI.
A Three Hundred Dollar Tonnery
Cincinnati, O., April 24. For the
second time within two years the Ameri
can Oak Leather Tanning Company has
suffered an Immense loss from fire.
About two o'clock this morning, while
the watchman was building a tire under
the boiier, he was startled by a cracking
aud blaze overhead in the drying room.
He immediately gave the alarm, but the
Ore had gained considerable headway and
In a few minutes an Immense blaze lighted
up the entire city. The tlremeu worked
hard, but finding they could not save the
main building, they turned their atten
tion to the eastern and western wings.
The fire was terribly hot and the firemen
had several narrow escapes from being
crushed to death under the falling walls,
which commenced about three o'clock.
The warehouse was stored with tan
bark, aud the drying-house contained 100
barrels of gasoline. It Is well this build
lug was saved, otherwise the Are would
have played dreadful havoc with the ad
joining buildings. Xo accurate estimate
of the actual loss Is possible yet, but it is
estimated at $300,000 to $400,000; in
sured for $300,000 in 100 companies. The
tannery was destroyed In January, 1882,
and rebuilt on a more elaborate scale,
which gained for It the distinction of be
ing the lar'st In the world. The com
pany have suffered heavy losses by the
floods of the past two years.
BEATEN AND ItOUBED.
A Kansas Miser Relieved of His Cash
and Left for Dead.
Joplin, Mo., April 24. The neighbor
ing town of Pittsburgh. Kas., was In a
high state of excitement yesterday morn
ing over the news of a robbery and at
tempted brutal murder. The night be
fore an old German miser named Olt,
who gets his living by scrapping around
hotel kitchens, was attacked by three men
while in bed in an old stable which he
makes his place of abode. They se
verely beat him over his head and tried
to cut his throat. The would-be mur
derers plundered his pockets and, secnr
ing $121, made their escape, but soon re
turned to ascertain the extent of the man's
Injuries. As their victim had regained
consciousness, they were recognized as
two brothers named Ed. and Chas. Ciesar
and an old man named Wm. Cllne. They
again left, when Olt gave the alarm and
they were soon arrested and lodged in
Wrecked on the Bhetlands.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 24. Advices
received In this city are to the effect that
the Danish bark Alba, which has been en
gaged In the kryollte trade between Phila
delphia and Greenland for three years
past, has been wrecked at Whalsoy, Shet
land Islands, and fifteen of her passen
gers and crew lost. She was
on her first voyage to Greenland
for the season, and had on board a
number of passengers, who were to work
In the mines. The Alba cleared from Co
penhagen March 80, and on the following
day she encountered severe weather. The
gale continued to increase, and on the
evening of April 1, breakers were seen
ahead and before anything could be done
the vessel struck on the rocks with a fear
ful crash and commenced going to pieces.
All of the crew, eleven in number, and
Captain Foxyard, were on deck at the
time, also seven of the passengers, one
of whom was the Rev. L. Washbeck, who
formed one of the Nordenskjold party 00
his exploring expedition to the North
AFTER PART OV TUB VE8SKL
was carried away by the sea the Captain
md eight of the sailors were standing
ou the poop-deck aud were lost. Tha
mate, two seamen and one of the passen
gers succeeded In teaching the rocks,
where they spcut a terrible night, with
the sea coutluually breaking over them.
When rescued the parlies were found
stretched ou the rocks, clinging to the
crevices, and were so exhausted that they
bad to be carried to a point of safety,
LocL jd in a Room Awaiting- the Arrival
of Massachusetts Officers.
Pkikck Cii y, Mo., April 24. Tllden O.
Abbott, the absconding cashier of the
Union Market Bank of Watertown, Mas?.,
whose arrest was first announced
yesterday, is still locked up in a
room In the Decatur House.
Your correspondent endeavored to obtain
au Interview this moruing but the otllcers
in charge would not permit any oue to
couverse with him, not even his counsel.
He will be held here In close conlluement
until the requisition Issued for him by
Governor Norrls of Massachusetts has
An Expensive Cow.
Shelhyvillk, III., April 24. Win.
Beck yesterday sued John Frailey for
selling his cow by mistake, the parties
having possessed two very much nsein
bllng. Forty-two witnesses were sub-pa-naed,
at a cost of $300, and still It has
not beeu determined who really owned
the $8 bob-tailed cow.
Barked Like a Do?.
Tiioy, N.Y., April 24. ('has. McAvery
was bitten by a dog six months ago.
Last night symptoms of hydrophobia ap
peared. He barked and snapped like a
dog and scratched a;l who approached
him. He was but recently married.
Xkw Yokk, April 24. The House of
Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal
Church obtained a quorum to-dav and
began their deliberations. The session is
Bee-Keepers in Convention.
I n 1 k i' k n i 1 : x c k , Mo., April 24. The
Western Bee-Keepers' Association meets
here this morning for a three days' ses
sion. Members are present from all parts
01 Missouri aud Kansas.
TE LK( j KA 11 1 1 (, IIItKYITIES.
W. H. Lent, Secretary of th Bodie
Aiming company, committed suicide in
The negro Rugg, charged with the May
bee murders on Long Island, w ill set up
the alibi defense.
Wm. Walter Phelps has sent to the
New lork aa-mwj I'uxt an answer to the
charges against lilaiue.
At Wllkesbarre, Pa., H. I). Keller
pleaded euiltv to a charge of inurderimr
jonn ciaire, a mine boss. t
John H. Dean, a Xew York lawyer, has
filed an assignment with liabilities suid
to reach $1,000,000; half secured.
Internal revenue receipts for the nine
months of the fiscal year are $87,454,054,
being $20,505,250 less than last year.
Dr. H. B. Hartley was fouud dead
near Townsend, Montana. He had been
assassinated by some unknown person.
The inspired pres of France Insists
that England's proposals to assume tho
guarantee of the Egyptian debt will not
THLIWDAY, A PHIL 24.
Grain and Provisions.
Corros-Steady; middlinir, llai2c.
Flock SteiKly; XXX to etioiee, U.flOfU.70:
WiiKAT-Stt-sflv; No. 2Ited.fl.l0iftl.lUl4;
No. 3 Ked. tl.01.
CoHN-Hitrher; No. 2 mixed, WtibK-; No. 2
white nled. .V4&Vt4e.
lire Weaker; No. 2, S'.o.
Tobaci o-KIrm; lus common to choice,
f5.7.Vrl(); leaf; common nil leaf, l.ui
10.00; medium to mI t2.: W to.
Hay Prairie flumxni. (m furorirue; 11. V)
12.UU for choice; mixed fMill fur common to
prime; timothy ll7 for prime to fancy.
Bcttkk Steady: choice to fancv creamery,
2ij,;i0c; dairy, choice to fancy, aptfj.'lej and 27 0
for selection; low (frade nominal.
Koos Easier, at 12c.
Potatoks-DiiII: Eastern niirliank,42'iW:!e;
Hose and Peerless dull at XniU;:)V. Northern
stock verv hard to sell at JViU'm, and Bottom
stock at LHl'ic
Pokk Dull; standard mes-, 117.00; hard
Bide, f IK.tt.'1-!.
Laud Steady: nrime steam, nnminni t
Uacon Long, ftt'i'gc; short. H'J'ilP.c;
clear ribs. Puc.
Wool Tiilewa-licd choice,-' Ifi'WIn: me
dlum, :tfll!c: unwashed medium, ji&J4c; low
and coarse irrades. IV'U-o.
HiOKS Quiet; dry Hint, H4e; dumiiifed,
154c: hulls ors a s. lO'.'.r lle: drv Hiilte.l He
dry salted, dam ivre,. He: kin ami calf, ft llteil.
Hc; da naift-d, -4e: Imllsand stairs, e; xreen,
uncured, S'4e; diunaired. "-4c.
Khkkp Prtl.TS -tcady; irreen, TOffctmo; dry
do, 4Ui70c as to aiimuiit and (pia'itvof wool;
trreen 8'ieailins, l.'e; dry do, lurtfi.'iu; lamb
skins, 2 Kj4i')e.
Wheat-Hlirlipr; May, !0', (i'JOSe; June,
2i,c; July, K) ,e;
i.'OKN-Steady; April. S!V,c: May, K!c;
June, M V : July, OS c; Ausriist, 57',e.
OATS-Hltrhcr; April, 3.."4c; May, lEfc;
June, Sic: July, :tle.
Pokk MlKher; May, (M.M); June, fl7.a;
July, 117.15. ;
Lakd HiKher: Mny, S.42',; Juno, fs.524:
July, S.H24: Auifiist, s.70.
WHEAT-Higher; No. 2 Ited, May, $1.05
MkiV June, I.07V.M.IM.
(Join HiKher; April, lic;May, 014c.
OATS-StHudy; No. 2, mixed, May, JtiHc;
pKOVisioNS-Pork-Dull; spot mess, $16.50
Lard Quiet; steam, May, ItU.").
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos-Itoeelpts, 15,0110: netive and firm:
fiIOe hlKlier; liht, o.liK&-.un; r iinrh pack
ing, 5.4.V-t5.K0; heavy packing- and shipping,
CATTi.E-Koeelpts, 7,200: slow ami weaker:
exports, fil.2rKi6H.70; nwl to choice, 5.!Kn
6.20: common to fair, f.V&KfcA.Hii.
Phbep Kecelpts, it,00d; steady; common to
II UK FA LO.
Cattlk Dull; iair to good steers, 5.50O
fSHKEP-Cnuettled; fair to good Western
shenp. J4.7.y'AOO; choice to fancy, ffl.2fsSU.50;
good Western lambs, ta.2iy$7.gi.
lifxis Dull: good to elioleo Yorkers,
f.l.5.'Wtfi.7": good medium weights, fil.OOiaAli:
1.1 57 t l,:f.w lbs. average, $.j.40((KI; butohers,
I5.UX36.26; cows, J.f4.2.r.
Hoos IUceiits,3,MW; oponed steady, clos
ing 60 higher; lots l2 to :?..! tUs average f 6.26
66 75, mainly f,r.filn5.Hf.
Jtt'fcik $4 tH-'t''1't8' '5' flrmi natives, average
THE GREAT GERMAN
r Itelleves snd curs
SORE THROAT, 1 )
Sorsneti, Cut, Bruixi,
l ii"" ... : w
Aud all other bodily scbes
FIFTY CENTS k BOTTLE.
BoM hv all Tlmn.1.1.
Dealwra. JJlrocilou la 11
The Charles A. Vogelir Co.
ISuoKttara 1. TOQdAl S CO )
UalUmor. JH H.. A.
"Tos clstm tea
much for Bavabi
tan N 1 b y 1 x s ,',
t ZA "3 caa one medicine be
a specific for EpU
A I A a k n 1 1 . .
Oploui Fating, KhenmatMm, Hperntor
rliHi, or Seminal Weakness, and fifty ether
cnuiidalnfst" Wo claim it tptcifle, ilm
ply. because the Tints of all disease arises from
Die blood, its Nervine, ltesolveiit, Alterative sad
Laxative pwperticsmectall the conditions herein
referred to. It's known vorldviiie ss
It quit-in aiid tomiMjM the patienl nol by the
Introduction of opiate ancldrastic cuUiartlct, but
by the restoration of activity to Uis staunch snd
nervous syntcm, wtieroby trie brain is relieved
of morbid faucies. hiui are Canted by the
causes aliovc referW to
To Clergymen, Lawyers. Utersry men. Mer
chant, bankers. Ladies aud sll those whose sed
entary employment caiist-t uroua prostration,
irregulamiea of tbe blood, stomach, bowels or
kidneys orw ho require a ncrrc tonic, sppetbreror
etimulant, Savaiutah Nkutue is invaluable.
Thousands proclaim it the matt wonderful lnvlg
Grant that ever rrw-talned ths sinking system.
fl.&O. Sold by nil Druggist. ' . rv (14)
Tnt tftittmanlaKc'l rlreutafu send stamrl.
rex is, s. a. s::3v.'3:rs xi:. c:
8T. JOSEPH, JIO. . - ,
Lord, Fton'enburib A co.,'Airts., Chicago, III.
TUE BEST TJIIXG KyOJTX
Id Hard or Sort, Hot or Cold Water.
SAVES I. AHOH. TIME and SOAP AMAZ
IV.LV, am! (,'ivea univrrval llrartloli. No
family, rich or ixxir, ibould be without It
hold by all G.-oceri. UEWAKK of imitations
well designed t mUlead. I'KAftMNK is tbs
ONLY s.AKK labor earing comtxmud, and a
Wai t beam the above ayuibul, aud n&xue of
JAUL9 r-YLE. EW YOKK,
Liver and Kidney Eemedy,
I Comnouniled from th well knnwn
CuraUves Hops, Malt. Buchti, ilan-
GrHKft. uamiHllnn. Mrunnri . f'ao-
cats Mirrada, etc., combined with s
a.Tnv-able Aromatic Elixir.
j THEY CURE DT3PLTSI1 & IJiDiGESTM,
Act upon the Liver and Kidneys,
REGULATE THE BOWELS.
I They cure P.heamatlsm, and all TJri-1
uaij lejuwirs. lliry Illvlf-oraiO,
nourish, strengthen and quiet
the Krvons System.
As a Tonlo they hate no Equal.
iMe nuno Dm jiops ana nail Bitters,
FOR SALE BV ALL DEALERS.
Hops and Malt Sitters Co.
V HOOPIMO COUGH.
It i a liarnilem vegetable synin, very delicious to
the laite. licllrvc al once ami Is a Hlllve cure,
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this excellent remedy.
Directum in ttn lunguagu accampiiny ttry buttle.
AM. PFSKAHF.S OF THE Ttt.OOP, STOMACH,
Liver, lum-eli and Klilncvs; for all illwases origin
ating In Impairment of the blood, as Ana'tnia, Sick
llciuliiclie, Xervouiies, Female Weaknesses, Liver
('niiii.lalnt, lvH.plii, Jaundice, Biliousness anil
Kidin'V ienwH. Ibis medicine is absolutely sure.
This medicine does not contain any mineral, Is ab
ut), itlv veut-tnlile. restores the hfood to a healthy
condition, regulating excews and supplying da-
ncienctcs, und prevents uuease.
Dirtctimt in ttn lmgnaqtt accompany (very bottk.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAOO.
FOB SALE BY ALL DBUGQI8T8.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Snecial Acts, in this oitv.
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