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Term ot Hubnori ption. Km i or pohtaii i '. Dully nncy.ar by carrier 113 00 iiiiJ"""' lcouut II paid lu ad varies ; I'.U V, on.) year i,y nmu jll in '"Hy.oiiu inoiitli 1 (l "iy. one year li) "i'"ir. n month 1 oo lr"(;iulnofflvor more for Woekly Uulletlu at Mine, imr year, f i rn M VAIUAlll.Y IN AllVANel. All Comniiiukatiuiia piumld lie addrenai'd to K. A. ItuKNKTT, I'ublinlicr and l'ro'irlntor. An Anxious Capitalist in Search of a Safe Place for Investment. "I eanie in to ask," berin a little old man in a whisper, looking its if fearful f beinp- overheard, and drawing his chair clow up to the editor, "if vou know anything of tho condition of theNevada Hunk? "No siteeinl information," replied the editor. "Then you think it solvent perfectly solvent. ?' demanded the little man, with intense eagerness. "Certainly." "Might 1 ask what its capital is its paid up capital?" I'Three millions, I believe," said tho editor, beginning to wonder what man ner ol man hail lloated against him "And, continued the man in black. tugging in nervous excitement at his thin and struggling iron-gray beard, -wnai a me isevaciu mnk s reserve its reserve that's what 1 want to find out?" ' "Four millions, 1 think." "Ami how is it invested -how Ls it in vested?" He fairly guliwd with e.ver- Dcss as he glued Ins eyes upon those of tho eilitor and awaited the reply "In I'nited States (Kinds. " "Ah," he said with u great sighof re lief. "I m glad of that Thi n" here ho looked all around to make sure that there were no listeners then you think a man could safely intrust his money to it?" "Why, certainly. J here is no safer bank in the world. It has unlimited backing. The little old man c huckled and took the editor's hand, which he shook al-ini'-t gleefully. "You have done me a great favor, sir," ho exclaimed, "a great favor-and I shall not forget it:" ' money's safe, ( a ii ooiners ou to M sure that vour upixisc, sir? sau ill the editor with that re.eet in tone and man ner which every independent eitizen in stinctively assumes when addressing a wealthy man. "Well- er- no, not ju-t yet. The fa.it Is," he cried with a burst of confidence. 'Tin about to change inv maimer of life. I'm tifly-tivc to-day nief have formed a resolution that henceforth I shall save my money inteud of spending it. as I Lave done from my yui up, and I have fcull'ered considerably anxiety about here to put my money when I get it. "lu jxiint of fact." he went on. his ea davcrou face iM-amiiig, "I am just now I'Xyj-ssively hard up, uud if you could oblige me, sir, with the loan of a dollar 'tintil 1 am started on my new career you would lay me under a heavy obliga tion." Tim editor staggered toward the club in the corner, but when he turned he was alohc Virjinia C"iy (.We.) i'hroir idt. mm mm Fhrases Alxitit Women. Wrinkle disfigure a woman l...- than ill-nature.-- Iiuj.it ,. Woman is an idol that man worship", until he throws it d.nti. Women love always; when earth slips from t!i"tu. they take refuse in heaven. The whier "f w beautiful wimian can le heard fitr.her than the loudest call of duty. There is no torture that a woman would not sillier to enhance her beauty. .V'.''li'.ie , Of a!! things that man tot ,... v . .1 i , wo. po.s. in. ii an. ii'i i.ihe pleasure in i M'Ssed. - M'llhrrln . ing licfont promising a woman to love "lily her, one should have seen them all, or flioiihl see only her. .1. bnpini. We meet in society many beautiful imd attractive women whom we think would make excellent wives tor our friends. Wc censure the incous-tancy of wo men when vu are the victims;' we funl it charming when we are the objects. Ji. l'lStUiirm. Tho highest mark of esteem u woman can give a man is to ask his friendship; und (he most signal proof of her indif ference is to oiler him hers. At twenty man is less a lover of wo man than of women: he is moro in love, with the sex than with the individual, however charming she may lie. llrtij k lu Hrdvnm. Men are so fearful of wounding a wo man's vanity that they rarely remem ber that she may by some possibility po.s wws h grain of "commonsense.. Miss lirmtdcn. Woman among savages is a licast of burden; in Asia she is a piece of furni ture; in Kurojio hIic is a spoiled child. -titme dc Mtifhan. It is nut easy to be a widow; one must roasMimo all the modesty of girlhood, without being allowed to feign its Ignor ance. Mwbttnc dc Uirardin. Women of the world never use harsh expressions when condemning their ri vals. Llko the savage, they hurl do pant arrows, oriiuinented with feathers of purple and azure, but with poisoned point. Paper Napkins, l'nper napkins ure new, but they are coining Into greater uso the while, and In Homo places hare displaced other kinds. Of course thev can be used but once; but tho cost of washing a liuon napkin is moro than tho cost of tho pa per napkiu. Tho best quality sells for u cent a piece, and lower grades for nbout two-thirds of a cent. They como from Japan, und are plain and orna mented, lied, blue, green, und other colnnul borders, with corner embellish ment, tiro added to nearly all of them. Tho paper napkin is also adapted to tho Urios of a pocket-handkerchief. l It In estimated that the total length of Btibtnarlno telegraph cables in tho world Is u'2,000 miles, having a money valuo of about ifo.ouo.wy. THE Dr. Pieuck's "Favorite Preset lotion" ncr. i . , - lectly and permanently cures those diseases peculiar to females. It is tonic and nervine, effectually alUyitiLMindourinjf those sick- eiiectually allaymg tind curing those sick eunig sensations that affect the stumach and heart through relle action. The bad;- noiu uiiuuKii reuirx iicuoil. ItluUac;- Sweet Sixteen. m a palace car munchinT caramcis ami laiiiriun'' as I I 1 lung as only a girl can, oit know, with her wi.et 'f.u.,. i tier su'fwt f.ii.t, I diiniiles, that nlaved I lo-!ieeTt ll'it ti i..ili oicer aim mo very mischief with woman that 1 am. . .i , . ' . c " me, there were two of tho witches, but Uio other one seemed a shade demure had, I suspected, that most uncertain of all passions under the blessed .nun, a lover, who probably had not written to lienor the long eternity of twenty-four hours; hence the Hit of a shadow across the sunshine of her jov. Jtow rosy and beautiful thev looked. dipping slender linger and thumb into a bag of sugar plunisnot a bit sweeter than they and laughing at their own ucneious ianeies, as it lit.; held iioth n graver; and I just wanted to hug both of them, anyway. My dimpler wore a brown saem;e, hall slipped off from one rounded shoulder, full of cunningest dimples, no doubt; her hat of many pokes and plumes and other mysteries, among which angels would fear to tread, bob bed and nobbed tantalizittglv on top of most co'jiicttish bangs, while her blue eyes fairly danced, so brim full of fun were they.. now I shuddered to think of the un lovely possibilities hidden away among ine snauows ot the years -the true cruel years! They would bring her tho stern necessity ot wearing her brown sacjiio circiimpectlv on her dimpied shoulders; her Hufl'v hair, of the color of pale gold that the June sun rains down on the tassels of corn, defiant now of hand or braid, drawn back in proporcst precision: a ridiculousness in invcstiii" ten cenU in vil.ainous bon bons, and munching, regardless, in a car of sol emn wiseacres; and. worse than all, the suppressed giggle of society limitations, n. ironi me wreck i matter, anythin, remains to smile at. 4.. .1.1..., ( . . - nun men me longings oi soul tor new ooiuiei.s mm unties; Hankering after kindred spirits and utithpic soup bowls; me reluge ! smndav headaches: the woi rimetit of w ashdays and church so cials: the broken friendships and shat tered painted china tea-cups; the plan- rung of Mil dinners, to say nothing of breakfast hah and afternoon teas, vcar after j ear, all the way through: the viireh ss morning wrapper and general tdipshoducs.s of home ln-longings: the miopeiien piano ami much-read novei. me gossip, the siirtiirs and the rt. Ni I said in my troubled heart but so low- that none miht hear to her of the dimples and mischief-lurking eyes.liiugh on, hiv rosy uiiKiiowu, tor mv oui hear? no sweeter mu-ic under the bhn arcn xnai i .-am to shut iieae!i irom our uiiward ga.e; niuuch caramels to your heart's content, tljough the xvorh imwu us worst, iinie etiotin to draw down the corners of your ki-.-able mouth into forlorn little pucker-, when th( aforesaid world shall push, and hurt, grieve you, time ciiouirh to hiishthe riii of your niciry laughti r heuiln: tin friendly winters shall "jelt you with snow-balls," instead of the 'pink and white roses the spring time toses you to-day. If only fashion would Keep her dc structive clutch from your young life, if flattery with its treacherous train would pass by oh the other side, if oni they would! Hotter that the gods love you. and you go softly out some still morrow, it: search of the .shore from whose blossom, ing borders no leaf or bud ever come drifting across the backward tide, bottei and safer. Fn c ''. w. A Secret. The dillicultv about a secret is that it takes so mai men to keep it. If it ha been poured into your ear on wrestle with it for a w hile, but it is too much lor you. l he man to whom you tell it wrestles with it, and it is too murli for him also, lie tell it, and the man to w hom he tells it tells it to some otieel.se, always in the strictest conlidcnce, until ut nxst it ceases to be a secret. Perpl-xeil (Joimnitt Th, j.'. v'kuiiiii .1 'e-mail. ' is a type o sehool inspector8 who I oe Vi It'll the cnihlrell how nineli Ihe tllCIU.se. VCS .HOW .'Old l.i set f.,rtl, lie- ignorance ot the scholar. Sotia jear icjo. a gentleman, recently return ed from Tunis, went to the school where he had formerly studied. At his request the clas in l.aiin read Virgil':, account of the adventures of .Lucas in Dido's capitol. , His quest ions about the palaces and walls, the past and present condition and the probable ami improbable sites of old Carthage, .showed his familiarity with the subject and exposed the detie iency of the students' knowledge. Tho bos' thought ho took mi unfair advan tage. One student, whose intelligent face was a promise, received much notice from the gentleman, lie plied the boy with questions that heeouhl not nnswer. When a lull occurred, this innocent youth linked the tcachci if he could a.sk Mi'. --Tunis - a question. The teacher's consent was anticipated by Mr. Tunis, who whs pleased that his antiquarian researches had tired one voutht'ul mind. With measured phrase he gave his per- mission. The lad rose. In all tho un'ainliness to which boys sometimes attain, and with a face beaming w ith interest asked. Will you please tell tun the nresent condition of thought in Tunis respecting the l',llingorean doctrine of the nietetii psyehosis of soul?" Mr. I tuns researches had not been in that line. He looked as thiuiffh he real ized that a fool can ask questions which the wisest man cannot answer. W hat tliHt bov would have conic to if his jii::t deserts )iad -been meted out to him, is a problem; but he is now known all over tho scientific world. Foil weak Iuiiks, spitting of blood, weak utoinauli, iiight-sweatM, and tho early Htages of Conflumptioti, "Golden Medical Discov ory" is Bpecillc. Dy druggists. DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY uui u i aim mm 11 l i s tauol,t ti,,.:- iu(,i,., ,i i ' l l, rJ' h!e "Jhtt etltch iat . T. UT ?lxu time aavea uot Our Grandmothers only nine, but ot'tlinies an lucalculablo amount ot sullenng as well. An occasion H .1,..., ,.y i,r i:,;,'.a t, ,, TT coated Pills;, to cleanse tho stomach and UHCH but of tell breaks up sudden attacks, when taken in tune. JJy druggists. An Unbeliever, "Dar's no use oh talkin', gar," said Brother Washington, slamming his hat down on a chair in front of him. "Uis yer spirit bus'ness am all prostrus non sense, sar." "Well, I's not so sure 'bout dat," said Brother Johnson, tipping his chair back against tho wall, and feeling around in his overcoat-pocket for a fresh chew. "I jus' tell you, chil, I has saw some queer tings in my day. Yes, sar, some queer tin"9." "Go 'way, "nigger," said Brother Washington, "liar's nothin' in do un- nmverso what ain't 'cordin' to nature, sar. All des stories 'bout spirits am de 'ventions ob wickid posters, sar; but da can't scar dis niggvr for a cent, no sar. I's atearalist. Iain. Don't belicvo in nuffin' I don't see, jar. Honest, now, Mr. Jousm, hah youebber seen a spirit?" "Yes, sar," said Brother Johnson. . "Mister Johnson, if I wasent a gent'l1 nian, I should call you a liar, said Broth er Washington. "It'sberry luckyfor you, Mister Wash ington, dat you n a gen'l'man," said Brother Johnson. "But let dat pass. I'ar am such things as spjrits, for I hab seen 'em, sar. Yes, an' hear 'em talk, too-" "Look yer, nigger," said Brother Washington, gazing around him uneasi ly, "you needent link you'er goii'- to skare dis chil. Go an' tell dem lies to de white trash. Da is too Jephafanus for educated colored pussoiis." "Cau't help it," said Brother Johnson. "I tell you, sar, jus' after my undo died I seen him jus' plain's I geo you now, sar. Yes. sar, dar he was at do foot ob de bed." "Shut up," cried Brother Washington, half rising from his chair, and looking toward the door. "1 say dar am no such ting as spirits, and what you see was jus' a lucamnation. Don't you try to scare dis nigger, sar. You jus' waste you'er time." "Yes, an' dat am not de only spirit I ebber see," said Brother Johnson. "One time 1 was sitting up with a corpse, and de f u.s ting I knowed dar was de fellow's spirit lookin' at me from 'cross his own body." "Stop!" died Brother Washington, springing from his chair, and looking suddenly behind him. "Don't vou tell me no more ob dcin lies, 'cos I won't stand it." "Dem ain't lies, said Brother John son. "What I tell you, chil, am do truf. And dar was nnnud h r time after a ni". ger was murdered dat I seen do jiooi fellow's face all covered with blood an' a great la-h -" lint Brother Washiii". ton bolted through the door, and cut his friend acquaintance foran entire week, Southern Antidote for Malaria. It should be generally known that Sim- nions Livtr K' guiator, is relied ilium to se cure to the people immunity from all mala rial disorders. Jhat this inenicino does what is claimed lor it is proved by its popu larity, mid any one who has lived in the South three years has no doubt seen its curative ell'ects and the protection it gives against the iciurn ot this weakening and daiiLrerotis malady. To Persons About to Marrv. "lopetsotis about to marrv." Douulass Jerrolds advice was "don t:' we sunnlo- mem oy Buying, vninoui laying in e sup- i . .... ...... . . . - - ply ot Spring D'ossoni, which cure ulhu- niinaria and other kidney and bladder com- paints. Price .jO cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P. 0. Schuh, Airt. On Thirty Day's Trial. We will fi nd Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klec tro-Voltaic Belts and other Klectrie Appli ances on inai lor .in nays to young men and other persons alllicted with Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing speedy icliel and couiplete restoration ot vigor ami manhood. Also for Ilhcunia tism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid ney dilliciiltics. Kunture. and manv oilier liseiises. Illustarted paiii)hlct.s sent free. Address Voltaic Belt. Cm. Marshall, Mich. A Cant. IT II I .. .1 10 an wi.o are siiiiering iroin the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will cine you, free of charge, i'his great remedy was discov ered by a missionary in South America. feint a sell addressed envelope to the Kev. Joseph I . Innian, Station I). New York City. Goto Paul U. ychuh lor Mrs. Freeman' iSew National Dyes. Per brightness and durability ol color are uneqimled. Color from a to 5 pounds. Directions in English inu uerman. rncc M cents. alien o i,raui f ood positively cures nerv 1 11 .....!. ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness oi generative organs, fl. 5 for .. All in, i., u i , . ... I nujjinio. neiui i or r re nr rn Aiii.n o nuirmiicy, air, Kirst Ave.. N. Y. Sold in l,airo by Uarclay Bros. Mothers J Mothers!! Mothers!! Arc you disturbed at niuht and broken oi your rest ny a sick child sull'erlng and m ..lu.Hiiuu '111 1.1 i: IU L' teeth J It',,, g at once ami get a bottle of tunic wiui ine excruciating pain ol cutting airs. ViiisIow8oothiii!rSvrun. It will relieve the poor little suH'erer immediately depend upon it; there is no mistake about it. There is not a mother on earth who has ever used it, who will not tell vou at onco that it will regulate the bowels, and give rest to tho mother, and relief and health to the child, opiruting like magic. It is pufectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip tion or one of tho oldest ami best female phymciuns nu.1 nurses in the United States. Hold every here. 85 cents a bottle. ''ilotlier has Kpcovered" wrote an Illinois girl to her uHsteru relu mes. "Nie took bitters for a long time Din without any good. Ho when sho heard ot thu virtues of Kidney. Wort sho got a lllV MH.l 1 t 1.... --..1.1 . " , ns conipieteiv cured her. so that sho can do as much work now B3 sliu could beforo wo moved West. Hinco sho nas got wen everyone about hero in taking u. free auv. Visible Tiimwivcmenr v r. XT.... .. . xoail ISiites. ! in ph. "vT V urrW... , ii v tour years ao j had an attack of OIIOUS lOVer. and ih-Vmp filllu n.e,.i;r..,l My digestive OIL'HIIS Were wunWeneil mul T Would he Coiniiletelv nnwtriifi..! h.p d,iv . j r ---- A ier using two bottles of your Burdock , , , uHi.-rs me iiiiprovenieut was so vis- 1010 that I WHS listoliiuheil. T rnn iwiur though 01 years of aire, do a fair ami ie.i iHouuoieiiav'8 work." Price f 1.00. P. G Schuh, Agt. Hub It In. Jacob Loockm an. 27.1 f!l!ntnn atreur l!nf. fal), N. Y., says helms been Using Thoiiins tcieciric Ud or rheumaf sin. He li.i.l such a lame brick ihir i. rmi,i ,in,.n,; oui one oottie entire v cured h m. IV 1 schuii, Agt. HOW OKTKN tiersiins lmv Iwen Rtmnvp.l by burrs clinging to their dress or clothing aim now seldom have thev. when clean ing them, given it a thought that Burdock uooi is ine most valuable blood cleanser and pur.hcr known, und is hoI.1 bv ever.- dru-'L'ist under liioou Hitters. Price 1.00. P.G.Scbnh. A"t. The loiui I Unloosed. Vlias. J liouiiisnn. Franklin atri!ef. lluf. lalo, says: "I litvc sutlcrcd for a Ioiil' tiuej i-iisi;paiion, ami trieil almost every purgative advertised, but only resultinif m temporary relief, aie after 'constijiation still more aggravated.' I was told about your Spring Ihossom ami tried it, I can now say I am cured, and though some months have elapsed, still remain so. I shall, however, alwuvs keen hiiu on )n.n i in case of ol 1 complaint returning." Price i0 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P. V. Hchuh, Agt. An agreeable drcssun' for the hair, flint will stop its falliti'', has been lonp sou.rhf for. Paiker's Hair Balsam, distinguished tor its purity, fully supplies this want. r Worms, that universal disease in child hood, can be thoroughly cured by the use f Dr. Perry's Dead Shot VermifiiL'e. K. Ferret, Agt., .ITS Pearl ,St., X. Y. City. ( I Over 200,00 Howe scale have been sold. and the demand increasinf rontii.imllv IVirdcn, Sellcck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo. ,v - nil. CLAItK JOIIKSOIST'S Indian Blood Syrup. CtJEESS 1'vspelii-in. Mver His uses, n-vcr ion Acne lll'lllllllllslll, ll,,,sv earl llisense. Ililimis ik'sk, Nervous Noliiliiv .... TI1K IIKST ltHIKPV KNOWN TO MAX ! Twelve Thousand Not ties Sold Since 1H0 J 1118 rvrill) nfp1HOflriia Viiriml rifii-....r . It "" l".viiecin tii.'HHllva. whlrh ronverl mv riur. ii nnu -uunr or ine fond into itlm-ntm. A V ' I'lyiuiiie ciiiii'p wiiiii anil pouriiiif o .... ....... in un-Pioiimi-n. n li e iiu.'ilii'Oi .in,n : " "Hr inuiii.', un' icruieiiiniiuu ol lot il .p i.-,i-n n'u. It nets II pun I lie .i r,, It arts upon (lie Klitneys, It Iti'itllhltes tlie1,loHew, It I'urilh s iln IHimkI. It Viiiels the Nervous S)Strin, It rroniotcs Ii;'('lion, ll Noiu idles, sir. ii-iln iigaiiil Invlgorales, It Cm t ies oil the Obi lllooil ami niukcs New. It Opens the IWs id the Skin and Induces lli'iiltliy riiNiiirallon It lioiitrnl:.i'i thn hernlilnrv mo n- . Ol.. I.I... ..I ..I.I..I. ... ...'' "V, l ..'tr-..u HI .... . ,,., i, K. iii-oiMn pcronun, liryHliic! bh urnlsll manner of Kklu m,caiiei unit Internal Im There are no miirllH emnlovixt in nu , u iiml II (tin Im taken liy Uu'imiHt ilullr.ate biib.i.or liv Mm a. ...H ttml .... 1 . t n. I.. 1...1.. . . . ,. o i n ' "i'iiik rciiureil in at ...mi ii iu u ii n I uriin. Oalva, Hoiiry County, IIIm. I WKH-iiiieraiil iroin ISIrk 1 em ni l,,, uiwl in., , i ' " nuv i ciiiiiii mil Hlli'UU loiny lioimeliolil (111 IIi p, anil a rhnrt iriiil or Or. Clrl Juliusou s hull un iMiiwu oyrm t'iiri:iiiniiv riiri'll rile. - MKH IIKI.KN lil.KINH. Walernmii titmloii, PuKalli Co.. Ilia. 'I'll il" I to ccrtli'v that l)r Illood rivnin linn cured ine nl' I 'mi, i ,i, it i, io Tiuumiiu menicinu. MKS wool). (Vlitn-Hill, White Co., Ark. TIiIk In to rcrllfv tlint I u mill iio. i..i... hillou of llui Heart Inr iniiiiv i, nr '. t ,hn.... mil iloi lorH. wlio ireHrrlptlonn Icnileil inoru lu wviiki'ii mil iimn mey am to KtriniKtlien. I hi Ihbi red ivnn to try nr rinrlc Juliu-oii's Inilian lliood pyiiie. Hiiirn iroveii hi im ii punitive cure-lint on ly rnrlni; llui Henri IMi.ihmi. hm ni... . ki,.i, ii aril whK h hud tieen Iroulilln.- me, MliH.MAHYA.NKAI,. I wn" ftllllrti-il llh l.lvnr r.,,M,,ii,,i .....i n.. fliiuiirtlalli.il tiieet relli.ru .u. ..i..... ...... ., . 'S . .... r ....... .M.r ii. Bi. noriom. I loiunienred imiiu cured mu. a- w V V.V '". IMIIIIIPllll H ItlllMII MUf Hi .! ii u i.i.l ni . . ... ...... nr., ,i n i,..i.. .nCTI; llilrerllllett,nt Dr. Clark J.ih ii n.in 'k I ml mm. W. K. WIMMKH. Ilu.lford. Shi Hyrnp in I'v. ry town or villiie... in ui.i. i. i i,,. AL'VIIIH Wll It'll llir Mil. A lli.r O... I ......... Ill I ouuni. , ... ..,.1.1.110 (jivin on Mtui en on. DHftiOIHTS HULL IT. Uhratory 77 Wunt :)d ut,, N, Y. cily. a . Ciiiij.'r, lliii.liu, Mile (lraLc. .Slillini'ij. ami runny of Ilia lust mcill- Clii.'i Icnriwn nia colii- lilnnllll I'.nkcr .lni' riinh v.iiieii powfif, m ta m.ika It thu crrati ii Ionic, lnld n niptluinic ItoNllloillhASImnirth I .IO.HI ruiillrr illl.l llii lliHtorir Kvr c-mI. It cures Klieiini..liMii, Slociili-iHtiril, & tlitiwM Parker's Hair Bdlfs.lfTli ft???iuiIpiVri.n-nlfnMn' ci Ilia N.mi.i. h, I1..WIH, I r IU .J.T.'., '. "" nn" etlier lnnici, m ll W Hi.' a. ,,J. . t-o-i thciulslt, N. ' ii Wi it 10. 1882. r7r"TT"TUlT'Tl"rlnri"lrlllll'IMI"'W'IWIWIIIi m IrMfi r.'-:W ...iiii..i" i B.v;.AJ jjifs-flLL-tiijfijj IWaii ') AiUH'mn T)u1a ..... y1 -i"""iW" jMuiics MuisunKMi a i null v. Zm:ZC:U'llU bronrMlU' llirimt, chest and lunii. Balsam of Tolu hat 't hn never been ,o ,lvnnHe,.n.i (in ..ii in to. .,.,i i,, ,, ii.i..,., i.r..;: Ni afterlhe cou.'h hax l.een Vol eve, ;-' i'LT 11' I.N OUAUT SIZE D0TTLFS FOR FAMILY OA i rr i ( )N ' "i" "',h,' ('V'!v,,,i,by tia ho try tn pan t i . n . 1 ' ,I,rf",i'Tolu. Hock and Kyi-, which tho "''.""''' iruiruwiry iuinpon ine Hij.L, itULK ami Ht, CO., I'rojirietor.s, 41 Uiver street, Chicago, TU. hou nr J)uroiisTs, (ikockus and Dkaleks Kvekywiiere. tial,XXh.L: 1-utili.ihrd Monthly, frier $3.00 ;..-r fio. I (New Series) Contains Vriraln t a 'IKui l ..fiiU'c l.v th,- Itivtr s. - c ho Dnlhms. v. r Ci. s.'.i -s.,.ti;r ,v t'ho J. M. N'l.rlli (Ul.eli I h. c.Mv rij.v Iticlurili.' i- l.'.iw II;ri!i,-'Qu.irrct .. Smart. 1 iiv Lovers' I- :irevell-Qu.irtet . . . W. J. I'rifht Lv- Walt I'anvell. (ne...i ..)" M'-.-irN (juviiUr .. . Hi. hie!,!.' II. el .Tid l .ie ( .alMji timr Unii.U Iten.Ur. . iv Vcar' (ireetir.s IN.Ika ... hi.cnrmrn. Von Meuheii'. (.i.iii.l Man Ii Iircsskr. f 4 10 it, 3" .1" 40 Air H THn-V,.. I ,,! . o. .1 .. " '"mi-" .'ii-'aiu, un receipt ni cis., nr tour month! forI,orx i Addre-s: J. L. PPTFDS nm Unrth clf.k o.. c -. . , 1'iANos, Hay State Die. .w wws iivi ill .a.vs, iJi rsos-s Kditions . hend for our Illustrated Trice List. NKW ADVKttTISEUKfiTM. UVEII ItdOT r.KF.K ',(' rniik.'ii ,riillM,,M ,.f i. . .. i..-. iioi Mini.', (ipiiiKiiiiif temperance hcv rilL'e. A-k Vo'lr (l'l'L'.it. or unit hv innil l' i. IIIIII-.N. tl v. llela. Ave. I'liCa.la. Ayi'ntH Wauled for Sullivan 'h IUKLAX1) OP TO-DAY. ilnlr.id'ictiiei hv Th. ia. Tower O'Connor M T.) cMiirienoi Knirhli oppri' .-iori net forth. 't de l"itic I-e'u; ii r'lin i-ml Un. in.,i.l,.' ,i..u,.. 1 1 choK how the "i mul a conilsenie.l i,.l n,,. i. .ii-irii p .li Hirov. il. Ii explain ttie Land Linum.. In-I. and A. t mid the Coercion II. II. Contain- :ij nirnivitiv" srel ir.ap in color'. Trlconnlv tier eo. . ha.i'K immeiiM'. Mend TillC,. for lull olltUt aiidteinwi.rki.t fnee. Tor full particnlarn, mi driKpj. c Mill. KliV.t CD I'liicu..,, ni ' WHAT WILL THE WATKLR BE T0-M0RH0W? Pool's SIGNAL SERVICE BAROMETER Or STORM GLASS and THERMOMETER Combined, wii.i, ti:i.i, yot will .let net and Imlicata c.rteitly n? chnnitu in i lit. woul llt.r l'.M.4 h.iur mmlvBiicii. Will (nil Ihe lend ol nterin ttpprua. ii. .b?'1mi(.p5 if i. wl nn luvaliiHl.ln to iiaviaaton. 1'iiriliera .:.nn plan their work nc '.irilinv i.iiin .riHlietiiiiiii Sau-. 6n tinivi, in, ciwt iu i hiiiBloDuawin. Ilaaau aeeurnto tliHrnininutur altaclicd, which almiu w m.rtli tlw inc i.l tho i.K, huu iniiii mint oi. w5 H'ti'J IX iniiiimi.ll.in. Iliftirreat flTiAinia msKATca 3J ec'j einl.irl hf thu ui.wt iiiint.iit TliVhiciana. lrn. men nl theilnyti. j... tho lUh.-MilS. and Helen ifirt men nl theilnyti. I... tho 2ZZ1 IM tut WOSUI -Ii' I he I heminineti r Hii.l I(..r.iiieter are nut in a niuly Imislied waltuiL .jJlriinniiii..H. etc iikinu j.t a heauliliil a.Hiti'll iw ir.lli.e. mill hilv..u. ...... I . oi t C'S'1 wauuiii 1 Hii'ilnloruani 'D ' tJ'''"1' "" ' ' ,k ? rS' J r " -Jy '. ISl'Imo, in kmc -- ii-llw"!.!"!! -' IS AMeitii in Vl1 fjir.im t:, ton ii'Wfnloruaiueiit.WttMiii Willi ilu one, ("(..! er.lcr. on nr. In v.mr gi'Mi'llls lire iii.iliinK ir.im t:, to Mi daily neit- M'irlilurS . rl'.j lrn(r-.,u. (Ir.terat ..nee. I',' , ' ; l.x AT MMII I ,u. , ix i , ueiit.i .rriii, iifrurt. i ' ,Ji- ii'"'"1 Hiuw lit mill t. aetl' 4-r'-- IS'fnti'-rs.niirilKinlH.etc. P't: i(Vv .., ;' . P' invaiillillle l.i cverj llelly "QSH rWtL''i 11, U'H- l't-V Wmium V. r'4iV' y iS K,HKtr,r ,, ,!, ,'lt -rw-j")"I iie'iicyiin'lerred.Agrnta hen.1 f,r( ireiiinr an. I tnnn. Addn-H nlf nrili'i. to D. I (.D'l IIKIMIOlll Ti lt WOK KtN, (Lat.-I . .riil.h-liiiieiil ol tin. km, I in tho nerld 1 Onneuo, Dswevo t iniiiiv, N. V. TPrll le.t, , 11 r,l',...,.fv,e,( M,i(r f.,M,.fv. dH'l rOMl'f pe-ii,..ir.l'i- tiro ft York or r, ili'r. f.trir.roiir i-I 111 Al.l; OK l OKTIII.I f.H IMI1 M ionm N.ino u. niiiiu. uiihniit our Tra.ln-Mark.and Sii-na tureuf J. A. l oul., uu buck ol InBlrmilelit.an hehiw Tvery liisfniineiil h nrriiiilrd''raiid Ktiuihlt. hi,., of lll-lliillielll : t iticluw loliir, !H( lll. luw wlilo. If yon un, ii. ,1 mil i-tled on nwivinu Un. iiihtrumciit. ri lnrn II at linen nn.l wn Mill refill.,! yieiriiinney. I'luasv ilalu nliure yuu ,nrt uur udwrlijviuvuU Ulinlt-d rv.'PrKh,.N.. :i!iiicrICuu,ir!i!arDlct(onary,$1.00 . - ' ' ) Th! ' a "fill nn.l rto. . ' ,.. J' '" , Nut, i.i 1.4 n ci.ni . .?''r-Afl!lh,li I. ll.nirv anil - .';' vi.':,l y..il i'c'rl..i,.,,iil,i1 M , -( y.." in-cii in tie, ii,i me. . .. 'ji iy la wiiim. j. '. l-'ir. ihiy l.nuiiii m btr,-:. '. , lil. a, i, I cllt. Ircnn- eT(,.';'V'' MINS IU IIV WUIIII IN T'll; I.MIIHII ,A.N. ..c.inr. v.hh Its truo ll.u,. inir, i..iiv.iii,.n, ' liin; uii.l .riie.ni. . IjiIi.ii nn, I n v,il ."'.r-.'-j, 4; '..,.;';V? c.i.'inK or ahi.,i!iil,. lleet,H.H V Infill fl.ill i, if) "I" '11 (..leili'i. JtjHi. i'i.v, lleen,iliy, a lie i lean UMiii) l..iwa, . helilir ii i,,,rf..t , , l Ml.' -, - t '.'A v ' , e T.-l' l.lln.n v nr refcriinoo. Wilnuir'a DIi'IInhatv ''iW, ani tho Aniorlnnn Pnua Jtlar Dictlonnry t II Hill. ' lie, lUull.'V 11 . -N.Y.AII,.,. "V 1 ' I'- ! , m.li.li ir ci. ii. ; Im, le, mo j unit library " '',., '. V- "' ' (!ili,lii.i..l.1 Ue ai'eut l" I l.il.ll.iiiiivaiVili.u,. I i:, ... ... l. .I, I ' I', ... . !;,.V I. . e . 1 1....... I,. , i. ii -- I M' I.M ' t I ll I I'" li H'. ilor , ..'Il.'lil.il.u.niii.u.l. Thu it (Hit.r. 'I iihi eilur la .. I I... 1,1,1.1,1 lll-illtl. Kilt i. i.,..i. y..or fuuuita tu I : 11,11. i.i , Vtr'.i M, in,.',: tarey'tM.', t'Jl Xar.m n . Vtn yorJ rrr.uxiri if if I iiml ihi :.v.'i loo!: tl)) tluui .t hi !x:i if.' it i,iJ:ti.'u'4h 'lit i - Jot wllvu- ii 'villains is worth Vi'J:it.i Ut,,. . r mount . c't.'cJ it !:x,f:i bain lh r'fY,t!;''. y t'i!,L'ii. urn " - ' i -" 'l mora CMm vf.i f.ii;. tijM'inre vf hla toil n't .:, I' '"i .', ffin.intstt, lawn. t .... . : At.'. ;. ' tt ttttf man, JJ j.i 'ii 2jJi. imt-txtM. S't ii cea can nu Ti t in I it in any I. leal It u fillliellilnif emltelv new lor nilciili.. 4,, i.in 111 free. I,,,UA"I t'O., lloptou, Maaa- w DiSCOVERY! L03t MANHOOD RESTORED. A vi, nun of vciiihlul lniiriu'encn causing I'rciiia tint Iici-iv. Nnrvoiia Dclnlity, 1,hI MiiiiIi.h, etc, bnTltnt trlid In vain overy linnwu retm dy, lum dw. covered a i'lloile wll emu, winch hnwilt ai'n.l flt! K tit lik Ml.iw .mill 'ew, a.Mrita J, U, ItJ'.iifi.rv li UimUiuui M.. X , , . ' t'"iLri'Wivii.''l -. i i ii . PneuonlB.conMmpUn and .if dliouc. ofth. IIhh alwayii been onti ofttio mot Important ttuapuM wielded hy ll.u medical facuHy utcninxt the iirinoacliiniiiitH ol CViifhn, I'ulrl. Jlroinliitin. A-tlimu. Sorn Throat, t'onnumn lion In lln Ii.cit,rn and advanced muki'ii. ana ,..a - ?t'..u.'. .' '"'!". lunir.ii. . .v.. .. ".. :r '""" ""u- live. In ad P"c ru"""" o.mc to tmllil up th rSK, rRICK8I.00iW palm ofiiipon y.m Kock and Itvo In each luittlB. oniv meiliratiHl article inado annum VoshpaUl. Single Not. CO ett. No. 2(NewSeric3) Contains I'd he a llulttrrly Sonjr Kicharda. JJ wo, wn.i.c iiiruk i enur sonir . .. ricnnett. I lie icetic Leave Duct Williami. The Chajul I'ein. or mix. voirea Kreiilxer, Three Fi.sliers Quartet ilullah. Si,'irk!1ni.' rieaulv Wnliz ftarker. I'lCture C ir.U I'ilneite Pehri . Hoceaccio March l-'our Hand.. Prcsjlcf. Chimin); IMIs l'nlkft Kaphaclsun. c6 . 5 . M J '. .-. - , . ... riuii kJimcL. ai. lihiih. ;vt nrv 1 1 1 r i . iiihh NKW ADVHHTISEMENT8. THE WORKS OF TUK AH OF ST. LOUIS, MO. Which were totally destroyed by lire on .May and September 21, Itwj, A It E ItEBU.ILT c-rilci- arupoltcttcd for Strictly Pure AVliite Lead and Hed Lead. Cold-I'ressed and Pure Dark Castor Oil, Ii.iwnnd Double Boiled Linseed Oil. Y ITN(f MVX "yoii waiiitolearnTuleiir. , r , . i" V iy I't'v ma lew niontha, and ha eerluln of a Pitiiation, addrcca Valentine Urotbeni. .lanei-vllle, vl ' ADVOTISKKS! cn,I lor ee,r Select I tat ef Lo- EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society, 120l!riwtlway, Now York, DOES Til IC LARGEST BUSINESS of any Life In.Miraiice Company IN THE WOULD. WliyV lieeausc it alone iffiica Incoiitostiblo Policies, lV!,"l"ViM "i1!: rmf orimtnranca "ahall not he dimeiied- alter tt Ih three yeara old. and tUi.t Ktich jmlieiea ahull bo Paid Immediately ol reccljit of nitWactory t,r0ofB of death. J Jociiuse He i'otiey ia clear anil conclae, and contain NO AJtDUOUS CONDITIOXS,' N. II. It Ii' A n VllI'K Hill Irleu , .. uii..ri ... !"", ; ivti.ii ir., i inn lare me .. i ,,,H,m .r'!,,,'.1,! r,'r,u "st,l! by 11,0 K'itw ith ho lo m and obdciire eontracm loaded ilnwi,-! 2 leciuiicalltlet. laaued by olher com panic 1 1 Jceaus-o Its CASJI KETUIINS to policy lioldura arc Uiipiccelciited. N. It.. Nec Ihe ninnv bitten irnn. iinv ,,.i. e-prHHKliiir their urHtiilcailnii with the retuiua from their Ioni'ink Mavixia fvsu l'iiueis, llK'llUHO of its Financial Strength. Outstanding Insurance 100 MILLIONS. :Vs.sets Securely Invested 43 MILLIONS. Surplus Securely luvc-tnl, nearly 10 MILLIONS. I'j. A. BUltNliTT, Atfont, Officii, corner 1 11 h and WanhiDillou. November .1, lsbl. luadvn CollierComp'y