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THIS 'DAILY CAIKO HULLKTIN: FUIDAV MOUNINU, APRIL 8 .1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Mile: Bulletin Bulliltuir, Wtublnguin Avenue
Only Lloriiliitf Daily in Southern Illinois
IVosuciitions went riu'fiitly lroufht by
the police attlie Noweaxtlo West l'etty
sessions Hprainst two little boys (or
"whistling in a derisive man nor" at a
local magistrate and the head constable.
The authors of the prosecution ap
pealed to consider the act a species of
aedition, and were greatly chagrined at
finding the cases laughed out of court.
Mr Carlyle, in his autobiography,
speaks of his double, "T. Carlyle, advo
cate," and "the numerous mistakes,
wilful and Involuntary, which lie, from
my 15th year and onward, had occa
sioned me, selling his pamphlets as
mine, getting my letters as his, and
vice versa; nay, once or more with some
ambassador tit Berlin dining in my
stead; foolish vain fellow, who called mo
Antichrist withal in his serious mo
ments," After the visit of Mr. Tarm-ll to New
Ross a green tlag was left flying from
the top of the old abbey. During a gttlo
the flag was blown down and was re
placed by Rnot her bearing the inscrip
tion, "The green above the red." The
vector, the police inspector, and some
other persons proceeded to take it down
when a mob assembled and endeavored
to prevent theni, hut Rev. Mr. Le llunte,
the rector, takiug olV his coat, climbed
to the top of th building anil took
down the tlag himself.
The trustees of the charity of Teter
Lathom, once a beggar of 'Mawdsley,
near Preston, England, report that the
property, which originally cost a few
hundreds, is now worth about 670,000.
One block has recently been sold for
87,000, the fabulous advance in value
being owing to the discovery of coal on
the land. Lathom left the land for the
benefit of the thirteen township! through
which he had begged to keep and ap
prentice four lads, to further education,
and other philanthropic uses.
Gov. Jackson, of West Virginia, takes
strong ground against the national
government having anything to do
with the education of the young. "In
the variety of systems of education,"
he says: "which each state will insti
tute for itself, and each striving to have
the best, in the diversities of their in
terests and pursuits, there will be an
education of the people, a self-power to
seek the best ami do the best."
Prof. Weir, of Yale, recently com
pleted a course of lectures on art before
the students of Princeton college. lie
gave a dot ailed account of the methods
of distinguished painters and sculptors,
illustrated by many preliminary anato
mical sketches of famous pictures and
statues. The expenses of the course
were provided for by friends of Prince
ton college, whose names were with
hold, and the lectures replace the usu
al winter course of lectures arranged
and paid for by the students.
"Johnny ttouqnet" writes to the New
York Tribune: "At one of the hotels
in this city a family of two persons is
said to pay $.'0,000 a year for a prefer
red suite of rooms and separate, table
and exclusive joints of meat. 1 know
of several cases where furnished houses
rcut for $6,000 a pioeo, Htid in one in
stance the tenant pays one dollar a
pound for ull his beefsteaks requiring
them to ho choice. Profligacy and
social disease must be a result of such
inequality, and the problem for both
philanthropy and capital is to widen
the Island of New lork by taking in
the remaining shore."
The Baltimore Adrtvtixcr discovers
that Baltimore girls are the prettiest
because of the climate and of the food
they eat. Ohio girls, it says, eat pork
ami sourkrout, Massachusetts girls eat
codlish-balls, Virginia girls cat bacon
and greens, the (iulf state girls eat gam
bo, New Hampshire girls eat pie aud
doughnuts, and Kentucky girls eat blue
grass beef, and yet all these are prettier
than the girls of Kurope. But the Bal
timore girls eat oysters, terrapin, canvas-back
duck, bay mackerel, and soft
shell crabs, all productive of beauty. Not
only has the Baltimore girl beeomo
beautiful, but the canned oysters of Bal
timore have begun to make beautiful
the girls of the Mississippi valley. Gal
lant Baltimore, you forget to say that
New York girls live on sugar plums.
Leopold Uiithsclnlil, married to
Perugia, is an excellent skater.
day he skated his name into the ice at
Hyde Park, when another skater added
the legend: Pay the bearer lifty' million
; Cod Fisheries of Newfoundland.
The principal industry of Newfound
land is the cod fishery, and the (thief
center of the trade is at St. Johns,
where the process of packing aticl ship
ping the, salted fish mav be witnessed
to perfection. Tho fish, having been
dried on stages erectod for that juir-
I)Ose on the shores of evory bay and in
et on the island, are brought to St.
Johns in small schooners and thrown in
heaps upon tho wharves of the mer
chants. There they aro culled over,
sorted into three or four piles, accord
ing to their quality, by experienced
cullers, who separate the good from the
Indifferent, and tho indifferent from tho
bad, with great rapidity aud unerring
skill. Women with hand-barrows at
tend upon the cullers, carry tho fish in
to au adjoining shed, and upset their
loads beside barrels standing ready to
receive them. A couple of boys throw
the fish into a cask, piling thein a foot
or so above Urn brim, mount on the top,
and, having danced a war-dauee upon
them in their hoh-nalled boots to pack
them down, roll tho barrel under a
crow-press, where two men stand
ready to tako charge of it. Grasping
the ends of the long arms of tho lever,
tho men run quickly round a couplu of
times, lift their feet off the ground, aud,
throwing their weight on tbo lovor to
add impetus to the blow, swing round
with it, and bring down the stump with
a dull thud, compressing tho codfish
into a compact mass. The cask is thon
rolled out from undor the press, and
handed over to two coopers. In a trlco
tho hoops aro driven on, tho cask is
headed up, and then trundled down an
Incline 1 into the hold of soino vessel
loading for tho West Indies or some
Mediterranean port. Tho rapidity with
which the whole process is managed la
A well-known citizen remarkable for
bis unostentatious benevolence and
piety, stepped into the Pioneer boat
house yesterday, sin s the Sun Francisco
Chronicle, ami asked Mike Price:
"Where is Joe Winrow!' I have not
seen him around since 1 got back from
The athlete wherry rower pulled out
a copy of the ( 'fuvnirli', ami, with a
tear in his eye, read a notice of the vet
"I'm sorry to hear it," said the pious
"Did you ever take any lessons from
him?" the sculler akod.
The pious customer opened his eyes
wido. "Good gracious, no!" said "he.
"I never put on a boxing-glove in my
life, and I trust I may never be induct d
to raise my hand in auger against any
ono. They say Winrow was u great
"You bet," said the sculler, proudly.
"Do you know," said the pious gen
tleman, "that 1 was acquainted with
Winrow for several years before I could
bring myself to believe he was a tight
er. He "was a neighbor of mine for a
longtime' When he moved in some
one told me ho was a pri.e lighter, and
I expected every day to see ,jm engage
in a quarrel. To my surprise I never
saw him have a misunderstanding with
anyone. Ilo was ahas sober and
pleasant, and I noticed he uod to stop
and chat with thelittlecliililren. Every
body spoke kindly of him. ami I began
to think there must be some terrible
mistako about the reputation lie had of
being a desperate tighter. I doubted
whether ho could li;'!il at all. be was so
quiet; but one day. down on Washing
ton street, 1 saw him save a little child
from the wheels of a milk wagon. The
driver, a great burly fellow, took mi
trouble to avoid the little one, and the
child would certainly have been injured
and perhaps killed ha I no! Winrow
rushed in and seiz -d her. The driver
onlv jeered, and would have gone on
had not Joe shouted out i him ; 1 1 !.
ought to be arrested. The fellow
stopped at once and commeucd to ue
" 'I've a good mind." said he, 'to get
down and give you a licking.'
" "You'd better try it.' -aid Winrow.
who was holding the girl '". tiie
hand. 'If you step down I'll Ivci!, y ur
jaw, you big ruili.ui.'
"The driver jumpel down at in r,
and made a rnh sii Joe, ;,; I 1 r. My
trembled for him, for hi-, a- i:!ai;l n.i
a ferocious-looking follow, and a giv n
deal heavier and stronger. The oh!
man did not seem to he ,i si ; te l.
though, lie just lifted t!i" li.tic c.'iild
away a few fee;, and then t.c iu'cl and
threw out his right hand at the drivr.
and the fellow went down ! i o a log. I
was astonished beyond measure, for t'ie
old man did not seem t make any ex
traordinary exertion. The driver got
up at once, and made another rush at
Joe, and the old man threw out his left
hand, and down went the b"iligercnt
party again as if he had been hoj. I
was more surprised than ever, for tho
second blow seemed to stun tho fellow,
and he lay for some linn; on his bad;
in the mud. Then he turned over, and
crawled on his hands ami Knees to tho
wagon, and climbed up in a dazed sort
of way to the scat, and drove off. I
noticed that his face was covered with
blood. When it was all over I took tho
old man by the hand, aud tho first
thing 1 knew I was complimenting him,
though I never thought I should be
found praising a man for striking an
other down on the street. The old fel
low only laughed though.
"'Oh, that's nothing,' said he. 'Whv,
the duffer couldn't lick a ten-year-old
boy. I don't believe ho kiu'vv'how to
hit mo if I stood and let him.'"
Of tho live daily newspaper the Troy
Vf.vv says: "There is probably no trade
or calling in tho world which more re
quires men to bo always masters of
themselves than newspaper work.
Thero is no close season in a reporter's
work. In a well-organized newspaper
office he is always at call, and there is
not an experienced newspaper man in
the country wdio has not hail his rest
aud bis vacation repeatedly broken by
an unexpected and unwelcome call to
duty. 'rVhcn others have their Sundays
it is sometimes the easo that a newspa
per man has none for a month, and the
men aro not few in tho profession who
can look back on three, six and nino
months in which every week saw seven
days' work. The success of a newspa
per pivots on always having all its men
at command, on having its daily work
done at llio earliest possible minute,
and on focusing the sharp activity of
the day so that the press begins to inovo
exactly as tho pros-room clock ticks a
A Slight Mistake.
The Stockton Indcjirndcnt folates tho
following anecdote anent his sable
majesty the King of Hawaii: "At his
reception in San Francisco, a young
ladv who arrived Into and liil not in.
stinctively recognize 'the divinity which
ooin neuge a King,' mistook lus majesty
for a waiter. andrHtherimneTiouslv ve
ntured him to brillL' her another inn.
The king obeyed tho order, and 'they
uo say mat no did it with a most sus
picious success. Perhaps sonio of tho
lOcietV belles of S.'l 1 1 Vrmieiseo wlin an
eagerly rushed to the embraco of tho
sahlo, flat-nosed ruler (in. 'the mazy,1
we mean, of coursed, would have an-
predated the honor f?1 less hud t.lmv
been intelligent enough to know that
ins majesiy cms nut a sorry regal ng
ure in his owncountrv: that ho is com
pletely under the control of his minis
ters, is familiarlv addressed bvthe mm.
ulace as 'Dave ami only realizes his
greatness when ho meets tho giggling
brigade of our 'fierce domoeraoie.''"
What would seem Indicative of the
richness of tho ores of Now Mexico Is a
Hilvor bullet which was recently In tho
possession of Professor W. H. Hayes,
of Parrel City, Col. It was brought to
mm by a Navajo Indian scout belong
ing to Captain Byer's command, and is
mud to be similar to tho bullets In com
tnon use among tho Navajo Indians. It
In a forty-four calibre bullet for a Win
Chester or Colt seven-shooter, and con
tains 97 per cent, of pUrn silver, being
7 per cent, purer than tho coin of tho
United States. As tho Indians havo no
means of reducing or relining tho ores,
this must bo about tho natural percentile,
Oompressfid Air Expariinonts.
ChnmbeiV Joui niit.
A tew months ago wo avo a brief
account of experiments made nt Phila
delphia, with locomotives driven by
compressed air. Similar experiments
have been tried on, tramways in the
neighborhood of Paris; but in neither
case was the desired success achieved.
"Tho question, however, was not likely
to ho given up; for tho advantage of
compressed air over steam is great
fsom tho economical as well as tho
practical point of view. Colonel Beau
mont, of the Hoy al arsenal, Woolwich,
has for some time worked thereat, and
trials of his air-engine have been made
with satisfactory results. It woighsteu
tons, has a reservoir in which ono hun
dred cubic feet of air can be compressed
to one thousand pounds on the square
inch: and thus charged it traveled from
tiie arsenal to Dart ford and back, it', out
thirty iiii.es, in :.iy-!!:ivu minutes.
The inaiviiicry and the wheels work in
comparative silence; t'leru is none of
that noisy hiss and roar which accom
panies ili,. use of steaai.
t i l 'ied Btviumoiii liasoveri'oniesoiiio
of lb iliilielli ies w i.icil beset former
i'lve'it-'i'. hv placing three cylinders of
graduate ! size mi e ach ide of his en
gine, and !e a; piling warmth to empt
ier, .e'. lite imM produced in thecxpan
si'ili of i icten' l air. At pivsont it
v, i 1 d aw a loa I of sixteen loin, and is
to 1 e en; pi '.ed in the work of the ar
H'i;:i!: and t ere is ivasnn to believe
Ilia: simii 'i- machinery is to be tried for
propelling the torpedo-boats. With a
larger engine heavier loads could bo
drawn; underground railways would
not tiieii be ina In stilling by the sul
phurious smoke from steam locomotive.-,
and Iioi m's w ould no longer be
required on tramways.
li is known that attempts have been
made to propel vessels on rivers by
ejecting a horizontal column of water
from the stern. This column, by strik
ing agaius' ihe surrounding water, sup
plied t he propelling power, but it was
not sutlieieiit. Mr. Heat horn claims to
havo got over tho difficulty by showing
that "the force exerted by one fluid
pouring into or against another de
pends on tho contact of surfaces, and
not on the sectional area of the flowing
mass, af;or the flowing mass be once
set in motion." Instead, tiierefore, of
tubes of larger orilice, he makes tubes
with narrow outlet, a mere slit, and
thus obtains a large superficial contact,
by ejecting water through a series of
"My I.IFK," said a grateful lady, "hud
been one of intense suffering and misery
until cured of a disfiguring scrofulous
humor by the Cuticura Kcmedies." Ask
your DrugL'ista about them if troubled with
itching and scaly humors.
Injurious Wall Papers.
Professor Bernbech, writing to tho
Medical J'nt, cas attention to the
probable danger ar, ing from the use of
ultra-marine wall papers. Ho states
that a room hung with an ultra-marine
colored paper gave a most disagreeable
smell of sulphuretted hydrogen, the
source of which for some "time escaped
detection. Eventually, however, a close
examination was made of the paper,
which led to the conclusion that tho
deep blue wail paper was slowly under
going a process of decomposition undor
tho inllucnce of tho alum in the paste
used in the hanging. This appeared to
be confirmed, for on steeping a piece of
paper in a very dilute solution of alum
it gave off sufficient sulphuretted hy
drogen to be quite perceptible to tho
nose, and to blacken lead paper.
There is no Teacher Like Experienc?.
They had just been married. Hu
seized her hand and said in a low,
"It was your innate modesty and ap
parent indifference, dearest N.tllio, thai
made mo register a vow to marry you
at all hazards."
"Yes," she said, "but I slipped up on
two or three of the most eligible young
men in Galveston before I found that
Mean of Her.
"I declare, I'll never go to another
matinee as long us I live," said young
Mrs. Guffoy the other day, throwing
herself into a chair and fanning herself
"Wasn't the play good'.'" asked Guffoy-
"Oh! good enough, I suppose; but
that disgusting, stuck-up Mrs. Diffen
dcrfer sal below mo with such a lovely
bonnet on that I couldn't hear a word."
Salt IIiikl'm tor seventeen yours. Help
less for eight years. Unable to walk. Got
about on hands and knees. Head, face,
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
Cuticura Remedies. Will McDonald, 2.VI2
Dearborn street, Chicago.
News from Leadvillc.
John Connors, of Leadvillc, writes:
Have you any Agt. for Spring Blossom any
where near hero. I had a bottle brought
tne by a friend who cnnie on an excursion
from Bradford, and who knew 1 was Buffer
ing irom weakness in the back and kidneys,
he said he had used it to advinit llllfl
wanted me to try it, I did ho and feel so
mucu oeiter i want some more. If you
have not got any agent here, and will pay
the expressaL'e vou can send me. Imtc n
doy.ru bottles, C. 0. I). Prices: !0
cents, ami trial Domes to cents.
To all who are sufferinir from the ormru
and indiscretions of'vouth. nervous weakness
1 ' ....... v.' J
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
..i :.,.. .i... ..,:n .. e .
aeuu n ieuiiu unit mu vuiu you, ireo 01
charge. This groat remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Bend
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inmart, Station D, New York City.
Protect the Little Ones.
Protect tho little ones from tho often
(Villi e nnnenni'lw'ea n(' eroiin will, llr
Thomas' Kch ctric Oil. It is the kino- of
all cough medicines as well as a peerless
remedy for rheumatism, lnme back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc.
nino 11 inwaruiy ami apply ouiwaruiy.
Lyoia E. Pinkiiam'b Vegetable Com
pound has rapidly made its way to favor
among druggists, who have observed Us
effects on tho health of their customers.
Head to Mrs. Lydia K. Plnkham, 2M West
ern Avenue, Lynn, Mass,, for pamphlets.
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Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
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N'n PropnrHtttm on enrtd ciiihI Vt. 1i"R On m
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inn have cIivhp hii1 iisilive proof of ils claims.
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INNTAL STATEMKNT OF THE E01IT-
AIil.KI.IFK ASSl'KAXCE SOCIKTY;
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Assets, SH,105!,ti02; an incicasc of
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One ami Three-quiu ti'i' Millions of Dol
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New Business, .", 1 7(t,JI) " : an in
nease of Eifflit ami a half Million Dol
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Amount paid to I'o iry-lioMers and
tlieir reiuesentatives (lurinir UiKO,
A lilieral surremlfr value in paid-up
insurance is provided for in all ordina
ry polities, in case of forfeiture.
Tontine Savings Fund Policies niaj
terminated at the close of certain
deliued period?, on terms more advan
tageous than u'hiii any other plan.
These policies prove more profitable' to
the policy-holder than any other form
Actual examples cau be furnished at
the Society's ollice, of persons being1 in
sured for ten years, ami then upon
tcrniiiKtinir their Tontine Policies, re
ceiving rash in some instances equal to
the whole of the premiums paid; in
otheiH, neurly all.
No technicalities nor arduous condi
tions iu policy coutracts.
Policies incontestable lifter having
been in force for three years. All such
incontestable policies will be paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after Ihe receipt ut the
Society's oflice in New York of satisfac
tory proofs of death, together with a
valid and satisfactory discharge Irom
the parties in interest, and without re
quiring any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, as has been the custom
heretofore, ami is still usual with other
PKOPltlKTOK OF BI'HOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Jeo.
ICE BY TDK CAK LOAD Oil TON.WKLL
TACKED rOK SHIPPING.
Oai' I-ioadu a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ViiiirHKlvn. hv mnklnir nioti
i'T when a (tnldeii e.haiicii la
oirereil, Iheruhy alwnyi
kentilna I'overty from your
door. Tht'Mt who alwaya
. , f Inn irnikil
chanceafor maklno money that ariniilered. Betierni.
ly hiicninii wealthy, while Ihoaii who (In mil. Im
uroTU aur.li elianciia runiulu In povorty. Viii want
manv men. women, lioya and ' "
rlnhllnlhelr own locallllea. 1 '''''''
tmv morii I hnn ten linioa ordinary wayea, Wo
KlrtT miwmJw otitnt aiiif all that. y..
need fro.. No ono who oiitKa falla to mako
money ranldlv. Vim cau devolM your wholu tlinu
to tho work, or only ' I'"''' "'"""'!.
Information and all that la needed amit froe. Ad
drvaa HTLNBON CO., I'orlland, ilaluo,
TT-'f . - 'W V
WANTED.Mnnnfiictarliic concern vrtut a
htHineaa man In Cairo, au 1 Inavery city i not al
readvtnken.i A lew Iiundrod dollar neceaanry to
pay for gnoda on delivery after order havo lieen
neured .for tho euino. (iiM) per month jirollt
KUnnint-i'il. Tho meat aenrching InveatlKation
aollclted. A. H. A UN OLD CO , corner ilm
btruet and Ilroiidway, llrooklyn, K, V.
THE MILD P OWE E
HumphroyB1 Homeopnthio Bpecilics
I'rovcil from ample pxiirlenen nn entire
Kiieeen. riniie, rroiniu. r.iiieieiu, ami
llellalile, lle-y urn ilio only ineulclnca
iiilapti il lo iiiiulur iiHe.
I. IHI' I'HIM ll'AI. XII. I IJIIFll. PllleX.
I. Fe,fr, I'oiiKefction, inlliinimnllom, .sj
i. orniK, Worm nr Worm I olle, .as
A try inn (olle. or leeihhiKof InfauK, ?.',
4. Illnrrln-a o( ( lillilren or Adulin, -.'.T
. Oveiiler . Iirlilii(j, lllllnui, I olle, . .ir
0. 4 Imlera lorbuii, Voiulllnii, .'A
7. ooll. Cold, 1'rciiu'liillH,
K. .eurnluln. 'Joollnielie .'neenclie. . Ar,
U. Ileadueliea, hlek Hi nilucji.., VerllKO.'A U
IU. Ilvni'i'liiln. Milium Mourn, h, - - H
li. F.MMirrai,,.Q or I'Jllllllll 1 erioua, .4,
Vi. lillea, Imi profnw Ivrlruln. . .
IS. 4'roiiii. iiiikIi. lnnieiili liri uililnn,
II. Null ItheiiiM, 1 " r y k 1 1 m I h , . l rii,ilnnii, .."i
IT, lllieiiiiinluiii, lllieunwitle I um, :li
lii Ke,er mill A a lie, I lull. Keter, A k'.
17. I'llea, Hliml or lil liti rf. .v
III. 4 nl n r r li iienie or elironle: InlliK'tun, ivi
l. llOOpllltf rillltfll, Vt,;),' f'OIIKllN, .fjlf
..'I. I.eornil Oelillli , I'l.yit I U enkneM, .m
ii. Kt,lllev ll'iienwe, ,r'
A .erlill llel.llllv . Miermul'in lliil, 1.UI
i. I rlnnrv V ealiiiena.V.'eliliiB Hie lli il. ,i
JJ. IliMt'Hr ol llie llenrl, riilpliailuii, l.u,
r'or hull- lv ilriiKrfl-u.oriM'iii l,y Hie ('use,
orilllle Villi, tree or eliiilye. on n ei'llil of
nrlee. .'nil for Or. II um li r-v IIihiV nil
llaene, iVr . HO piiK' ni, ui-u HIiKiraled
( HlnloKiie, I- IIKK.
Vl'li"-, lliimiilireva' llniiieiiiallile
Jkil. t'u., 10l i-ulluu Ut.. .New lurk.
HL'Ml'llliV S llo.MKOI'ATlIK' MKDI
CTNKS, M.Li ,y liAKCLAY Jilt IS.
Ir. S. S:lsb:e's EztcraalPiloSeaeiy
Civeltiantre.f andiaanlnl illit lo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
H"M t,y rriifui'teverjrwIieTp, I'rlee. 1 Hiprr tin
fOfl'li'liyh, ill. haill ! t ,'Dt If In I'M lrm,4
and illmfl. r, r,li I'.N'Mi-tn 'fi.-rft i o., !(,. JilS.
Ker iurkCtt. bulvlunuiu'iiului' rnof " j.iuii iifc'1
f ti-rfi-rl'T y
I'r'.nw.n. , il,. i,! i .ih. h k'h.
UK-'l ' h ,(irtti.i in tru
f l .J l,itllfl
' hi, J .. I -,' lr:
W U S'.-'JILmUH 4 CO T
MOLLKK'S (Ol) I.IVKi: till., 1. ,y
("IIP Ptnnni Hcf,r"f
DR. KLIN'S SGRtAT
KJ c our? O - T rr- r
(. h, a-i i -i.r-n -i !r- tj Ijk. Kl.lVK, 'if .
A.Ll.'U.l.aV..-.iLj I'lL At tmwijKii Jrupjuzt
''h2?t m'dr.Hnet. AI.I.ATTS SOITTIMr MKnt.
ATRI) BotOlKi. laintd'lHtoir IS, Ki
So. I willei)wnyelnf,,orr,iTi nrle..
No. J will rire Ut in,lotiiiiite cw, no nistb-r
Of liow li.nriundiii.
Niiaiou 1 i of euheln.roMifhi or olt of
mitiwiod. llm r cenin lo ,r,lu-U)tew.
y il,tr,,iinif inn rnut,.Ti of inn i.,Mi,-h. No
yrloirea or i r!ne-i,i liei.tlona lo pri,;u, other
a,TloN rm il.cnir.ti.
1'rire i at. Hil.lt P.Y ALL imi'GOISTS. or
Bulled "t r-cl,t of r.rlco.
For ! Ui-r ,rt, ul.- tend f"r cln-ular.
KO.MU.-tt. J I. ALLAN CO..H John Strett,
wtoif, r (MO rrward for any cf i IbcT will not
MukS la.'e and tut, curt.
ALLAN'S MKDICATKD HoUGIP.s"
S..I.1 l.v DAHCLAY DUOS.
IHrrnCTPTTC! t IW'wiriT at
111 lllllLvUiJn.viiKAii, a l'uwm-um
iPAli ITA'D aT.cli. K-m,iveiirT,,i
uUliAlUIv. tnuUiiy. liuitu' j, '
.Nl,l,.''i liy, audi.'. 'rtirltiiTr, hri anu
rl v-tth Int-.n' ml'Mila. I'rVi-, 11 llnli
Xi'n-f M, US' ii UiVlCxL l.oIlU IK, J T.cuiuul
Kvw, fcouu, Mm.
i .!'i .r m it tm uri 'n nrr w m
I'", lb(W tll.il f
MEDICAL COUUCI SEISE 110 PLAIN H3KE TILT,
'd W onnn( tT4 H rhr-fjH
ft' 'w W, lh llffVl'Itll'Mo
thf'f.'.,il!ty. Ali M-ir-tr
ft:'( ,' ,K. CoH fki tMt
ItifliAHtwtUun. KiralTtn,aaa( co.i fnruamiwuoa
llrecrti Lo.vlliiB FhotGima, I I'tofd. IlouMe Shot
Oiina-lHiotl J.Y. 8lti.lnliiini.Mlo.,0. l:l!l't,su
klb. ltevoUfra.fi lojfl. Ken t for free nliitrted
rlaloiroe. iIU:AT VSEtfitiW lil.N VSOlth-S.
l'lttaonrli, !'. -
MUSTACHf AHO WHISKERS.
l..u k.1-. i.. t., Hw im
I.w, - I. II hw I .. H 11.1,1.11,
I...,,. ,l.d. . p,1,
...I. ,VIT. .4.i..Mh.,. n,l IIm is
N.f. t'IM, ll. IMtMUf aMM.
To Nei ViiIlM SnHei i ra-Tlin I, rent Kliroieiill Ref.
eilv- Dr. .1. II. Kiniiaon'KSiieeilic Jleillelnc
Dr. .1 H Slnti"ou p!erlllr Mi illelne l a Jioai.
tlve i life for Speriniilorrli"a, Iiiipoteiii y, Wenkneaa
illld nil dinMiBia ri lillllif Irom Self A hilar, ax Ner-
rolia liehllilr, Irrlliihlllty, Minliil Anxieiy. l.u lienor,
I.h-hii in, liepreHKlon iii spirlla and fiiiii'tiniiiil de
riinifeinenta ol the Niinrotia Nyalein ci'lii rally I'aina
in llm k or Hide, ,oii of Meinorv. I'renmliire Old
A I'V Hlld (IlKeaiO K
tlml lead to Con
ty and nn early
uruve, or dot h.
No iiinlter how
nlnittereil t h e
yatein limy he
from eicearea ol
any kind, n "hint
roiirae of Ihla ineilli llie Mill reniore t l.u lurl liiiii
tlona nml iiroi'tire Health mid linipiiiena, where b
fore wan di'H!oiiili'tiry mid irloom. 1 ha Npertilc
Jleille.lnn la helii(( lined wlih wonderful ":
ratntihlela aetit free lo all. Write fur ltn' '"
tret full ptirlleiilnra,
I'rlee, Npeelllc, I.W per iB( kni:e. or 'x pack
aea lor fri.iai. Will he aetit hy mail on ruielpt ol
money, Addreaa nil ordera,
,1. H. HIMPSON'H MKPIC1NK CO.,
Noa, lot and I(W Main St,. lliifl'iilo.N. Y.
HUAY'H NrKCIFIC WKDICINK,
TRADE MM?K.'l'h (lret EnnMairj JADE MARK
llemedy, nn mi
fallliiif cure for
8 per in atnrrhoeA,
liiipoleney, and nil
dlaeaaea tlml fol
low aa a conae
(ini'iii'o of aell
ri e.. m.i.i '"" " sv-v.
. i. ....... u. i.... ..r 9
jjoiore iftnuie,niinory.iiiiiveiiii .iv,3
liinnliiiilw, pirTu tlm hiii k, . ll,tn'ilW Tttkinrf
ofvlaloii. nremnliirM o l nie.OJLW WWaBi
itnd tunny other dlauaaea that Had to Inninlty or
ciiiiaiitnpllnn anil a iiremntiiro Kfuvu
aire to aend free hy mall fo every onn, Theapo'
irii 1 1 iiBitieiiiiira in our liiini nuei,
elrmedliliio la aold hv all driiKKlata nt 1 per
piu kane, alx for or will br i.em iren hy nmll on
nirulptof tlm moti icy hy adilreaalnif '1 II OIUV
MKD1CINKCO., No. 8 Mechanlca Tiloek, Detroit
Mich. Hold In Cairo hv Harolny Uroa., I'atil 0 .
Hchuh and Geo. K. O'lfara.