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tar or bud uatc in the moutbi fain in Um back
iiiiU. ..r j,,iiiu. mLn uiuuken for inauina'
ti.mja.jar toma'b, loaa ot eppatiWi bola
alirraawit coauva and lax ixatUcbu. lot 01
uieuury, wit i a pajmui kukuuu
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h..r..M inM n.Mtiv f tiia avniiiUjnia atund
the diwuao, at other very few, but the liver, tbfc
lurtri'.l firu un in lur bl.u. la hvuvibiij m
of diacaau and II not rtguUiwl U Jiltw. freat
luflcrug, wraicbdn and UtAllI wbl en
ua. I i rprmimvnd a an tflcacloua remedy for
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nimiuou' Livn UtKdalor. Lawia Wu.iuaa,
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IbrabuiUK livadacbe it i tba but lunlicine tne
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TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1878.
A RruNMIaneJ Iaeldeal from an old
l'liano was one of tba not popular of
took pi ay i. My brother Lem'i Roila mi
bla beat trato character; When drensed for
tba part, he looked every inch aa Indian
chief. Once a a produced th1a tradegy
with real Indiana for tha Peru y tan army,
Tba effect was very itriklng. but there
were aomeunrebeamed effects not letdown
In tbe bllli. I had bargained with a chief
for twenty-tour Creek Indians (to lurnlih
their own bow, arrow and toaiahawki)
at fifty cent each and a rim of whUky.
Unfortunately lor (lie performance, the
wnlxky wa paid and drank In adranee,
eauiilcg a great decree of exhilaration
among our new aupea.
Tbey were ranged at tha back ol tht
theatre building, in an open lot, during
tha performance of tha firit act , and on tba
commencement oi the aecond they were
marabaled Into tha back door and poeted
upon tbe itaga behind tbe scene. Tbe
entrance of Holla waa the tlfnal for a
about" by tbe company, carpenters and
scene shifters ; the ludians, supposing their
time bad come, raised such a yen as I ant
sure bad never before been beard inside of
a theatre, ibis outburit being quelled,
the scene between AJonxo, Cora and the
Peruvian chief was permitted to proceed
to iti termination uninterrupted ; but whea
thejeene changed to the " Tenii la of the
Sun," disclosing the troops of Rolls, (his
"bravo aaaoclates, partner of bl will,
hi teellng and bl lame,") drawn up
on each tide of the stage in battle arrT,
tha plaudit ol tha audience were answered
by hoops and yells that might be and no
doubt were beard a mile on. Order being
partially restored. Bolla addressed his army,
and was greeted with another aerlea ot
khouta and yells, even louder tban those
which bad preceded, fiow eama my turn
to take part in tbe unique performance.
As " Ulgh Priest ot the Sua," and 'ollowed
by hair a dozen virgins and as many priests,
with raesiuied step, timed to slow muale, I
emerged trom behind tne scenes, and "with
solemn march" perambulated the atage, In
d imb show called down a bleating on tbe
sword of King Ataliba and General Bole,
and in tbe usual impreaslve style, looking
up into the iroot gallery, commenced the
Invocation oi the Sun." Before the time
lor Joining in ot tba chorus I found I was
nol entire.y alone in my singing. A humm
ing sound, at first low and mour. fill, and
rUing gradually to loite, greeted my ear;
and when our chorus uld Jiin in the strain,
it was quite oyerpoweted by the rilg
storm of forti.elmo sounds which were
issuing from the stentorian lung of the
savages; In short, the Indians were prt
pairing lor battle, by executing in their
most approved style the Creak " war sorg
and dance." To attempt stopping them we
found would be a vain talk ; so that alter a
moment or two of hesitation, the virgins
uide a preeipltat retreat to Ibeir dressing
rooms where tbey care ully locked them
selves iu. Tbe King, Roila and Orunu
stood their ground and were compelled to
ubrult to the new order of thlBg. The
Indians kept up their song an I war dince
lor full half au hour, performing the most
extraordinary feats ever exhibited on a
stage, in their excitement sctlplng King
Altaliba (taking off his wig), demolishing
tbe altar and burning up tbe gun t As lor
Lem and I (Bolla and the High Prie.t), we
joined in with them, and danced until the
pertpiratlon fairly roiled from our bodies
in large streams, the vagc9 all tbe time
flourishing their tomahawks and knives
around our heads, and per'orming other
little playful antic-, not by aoy means
agreeable or de-lrable. At last, to put an
end to a scene which was becoming more
and more tiresome as it proceeded, an
order wai given to drop the curtain. This
stroke ot policy did not stop the ceremonies,
hlch proceeded without intermission.
until the savages had finlahed their song
and dance, when,' each reoeiving his
promised hall dollar, they consented to
leave tbe bouse, and our play proceeded
without them. Next night the same troupe
came to the theatre and wished to assist In
tbe performance or Macbeth, but I most
positively declined their " valuable aid."
THE CLOCK OF CLOCKS.
A Penuylvnian Onldwee tbe Work
ol llabreebt of traabftra;.
In Meogel's building is now on exhibition
la all probability tbe mot wonderful clock
in the world. It was built by Stephen D,
Engle, a watchmaker, at ilazleton. lie is
about forty -five ; ears of age, and was abont
twenty years to perfecting the clock. Mr.
Retd paid Eugle 95,00 for It, Engle never
saw the Strasbtirif slock, In tact, be ht
not traveled more than two hundred milei
from home at any time. This clock stand
eleven leet high. At it base it 1 about
four feet wide and at tbe top about two.
It U about three feet deep at the base,
gradually leas toward tbe top. It color
a e brown and gnld. 1 be Strasburg clock
is thirty leet hlgb, yet Its mechanism Is not
ao Intricate nor his it as many figure s the
Baxleton clock. The Strasburg clock's
figure are about three feet high and the
American clock about nine inches. Three
minutes before the hour a pipe organ Inside
tha clock pluys an an.beu. It baa fire
tune. Bull are then rung, and when tbe
hour Is (truck double door In an alcove
open and figure of Jesus appear. Double
doors to tbe left then open, and tba apoitlei
appear (lowly, one by one, In procession.
As they appear and pu Jeraa tbey turn
towards htm. J sua bow, tba apostle
turn again and proceed through the oouble
door In ao alcove on the right. Aa Peter
approaches; Satan loons out of a window
above and Umpta him. Five time tba
dvU appears, and when Peter pauses
denying Christ, tha cook flap IU wi&gi and
erowa. Wfeta Judas apptws lateo comet
down ir am hlawtndAW aMt lolWwl J4m
out In the procession, and then goes back
np to his place to watch Judas, appearing
hon both itdea. A tbe procession has
pahsed, Judas and the three Marys d!sap
pear, and the doors are closed. Tbe scene
can be repeated seven time ta sn hour if
nsceaaary, and tbe natural motion of the
clock producea It four times per hour.
whereas (be Stratburg procession is made
but onoe a day, at twelve o'clock. Below
tbe plaza is tbe main dial, about thirteen
inches In diameter. To tbe right Is a figure
of Tine with an hour-glass. Above Ibis Is
a window, at which appear figures repre
senting youth, manhood and old age. To
the lei I of the dial 1 askeleton representing
Death. When tbe hour-hand approaches
the first quarter Time reverses bis hour
glass and strikes one on a ball with bis
scythe, wben another boll Inside responds ;
then Childhood appear instantly. When
the hour-hand approaches the second
quarter, or half-hour, there are beard tbe
troke of two bells. Then youth appears,
and the organ play a bymn. After this
Time strikes two and reverses bis hour
glass, when two bells respond inside. One
minute after this a chime of balls is beard ;
wben a folding-door open In the upper
percb, and one at tbe right of the court,
wben the Saviour come walking out.
Then tbe apostles appear in procession.
Tbe clock also tells of the moon's changes,
the tlde the seasons, days, and day ol the
month and year and the signs of the zodiac ;
and on top a soldier Is constantly on guar d,
walking back and forward. As the boura
advance, Manhood, Old Age and Death
take part in tba panorama.
LA CREME DESCHRONIQUES.
What Ike Wile or paria Have l Hity In
Of woman and tbe country:. What wo
man pardons least of all in the country is
Iu brlDglng her face to fa' with eternal
youth and imperishable beauty. Ule at
a country seat pltaves women more by
what It recalls of the city than in that
It removes them from the country. In the
country, eating is the principal occupation
of those whose lime is not taken up with
digestion. There is nothing so amusing as
to set looe a flock of women in a lovely
landscape; It does ait take long to find out
wblcb of them has wings, which oi them
Tbe Husbind-My love, whit suit do
you prefer seeing mo put on?
The Wlfe-Your traveling suit, my (ier.
The Norman's prayer: "Kind heaven, I
do not ask for wealth: only to beplvcsd
within aria's length of a man who has It." .
A Parisian, observing a Gascon s'areing
at the towers of Notre Dame, entered Into
aZable conversation with the countryman,
and after pointing out tbe beauties ol the
edifice, suld: ' that moue walking
along tho ba untrado on top ther, near
The Osscou gazed Intently on tue tower
and replied, ldont aee blm, but I hour
Tbe cure of a country church, whero the
men sit on one ilde ot the Ulle and tbe
women on tho other, being annoyed in the
middle ot bis sermon by a babbling of con
versation, gently reminds tlio congregitioi
that it should be silent.
Out ot the women arises and triumph
antly excbtiins: "I want you to notice,
FaUier, that the chattering isn't on tn.s
side of the asile this time."
'All th better," repll9sthe priest meek
ly, "it won't last so long."
A shoddylte, desireus to patronize tbe
fine arts, orders ot a painter a picture ot
St. Jerome In bis cave. The order is exe
cuted and tbe amateur comes to see It.
"Very good, Indeed," he says kindly to
tbe artist;" but the saint isn't enough in
the cave. It looks a if he had come out
to show off, and you know a msn ol his
humility wouldn't do that. Put blm fur
ther ck into the cave.
His request i complied with, tut the re
sult is not aporoved. "He Isn't for enough
in yet," y th patron; "that's St. Jer
ome and his cave. What I want and what
I pay you for is St. Jerome iu blscave.
The artist goes to work, and whin the
amateur return with a kindred spirit the
picture la like that famous one of th
"Crossing ol the Red sea," where toe Isra
eli ea had all crossed and tbe Egyptian all
been drowaed. They gaze upon It and de
part, aud the artist overheara on tin stair
the following conversation:
"Say, I thought there was tr be a St.
Jorome in that ere picture of your.)"'
So there is. He's In tbe oavo. I saw
him myaeliyeaterdiy. . 'o mistake about
Professional; Two undertakers (net at
the cemetery gate. i
First undertaker Well, how's business
Second undertaker Bully. Two oaks
witb plated handles and one rosewood.
How Is it with you?
. Fiist undertaker Badly. . Only three
statnsd pine, child' size.
Professional also: Indignant beggar to
indiirsnt cofrersi 'You miserable wretch!
Here you have been abjectly pior at thl
church door foo lour year and rou ain't
rick yet!" ( Wbluh recalls the colloquy be
tween two Dublin beggars: "Wall, Mrs.
Callahan, whatd.d you stive your daughter
Judy whea aha was marriedr "Faith,
thoo, I did my dut) by tha child. . Didn't
I give her tba west side (X laokrille street,
which, ti weu oeggca, is wvna winy eun
llngsaweek.'V ' - - ' .
- At tha namlng-tabi X. asks a gambler
with whom be I on speaking terms to lend
him twenty five louis. The player who hit
beapof gold before hlm.'.whlth, howavar,
It growing teaeNry aad rapidly mellr at
every card turned, replies coldly:
"Excuse roe; but I never lend money at
a card table."
"But you mltrht a well," persists X.,
'you're loosing it there at every deal."
I know I am but (with a fascinating
smile) 1 know that here 1 can count t n It
a safe investment yon know."
A new and wonderful invention for
washing. Wa-he like maaric : better than
soap lor washing anything ; washes in one
iniru oi me um ; wssnes in bard or aolt,
hot or cold wster; the only preparation
ever inverted that will prevent woolens
from shrinking; worth four times its price
for washing woolens alone.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher
recommends it to all housekeepers, says:
"Tbev will rejoice both lor economy's sake
aid the suftcy ol taeir clothing, and that It
can no more injure clothing or hands tban
common warm water."
SCABCflT at JOnXaOW,
21 Piatt Street, New York.
HTBarclay Bros, will supply trade la
The ordinary Porous Plsster, on account
Df Its peculiar mechanical action, is esteem
ed an article of merit; but Benson's Capcine
e srotis Plaster Is considered au article of
extraordinary merit. It bas the same
mechanical action, and, In addition, pos
ses medicinal Qualities ot a remarkable
nature, which causes it to act at mice,
relieve pain immediately, and euro where
other Porous Plasters will not even relieve
For Rheumatism. Lame an Weak Back. Snlna
Diaease, Crick in the Hack, Kidney Disease,
Sprain and Bruises, Severe I'aint and Stitches,
ekueu or tiie Back, etc
The manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Bet eivad lb U ighest Medal at the Centennial .
It la now the standard remedy. Its as
tonishing pain relieving and strenirtbenin?
luslnies attracted the attention ot the Cen
tennial Jurrorsand thousands of physicians
who vMted the CeutenoUI. who pronounc
ed it tbe best remei'y ever invented for tbe
Oove aliments. Sold py ill Druggists.
rnce. so cents.
fi Barclay Bros, will supply the trade
By fin Immense practice, extending thronrh a
period of year, having within that time treS ted
many thousand case of tho-a d I nco.nimr
to woman. I have been enabled to perfect a
mwl potent and areeublo medicine that meet
the Indications presented by that class of dia
euc with pwltlve certainty and exactness.
To dtnlfmate this natural speciflo compound.
I bave tutued U
Or.Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Tho term, however, ts bnt a feeble expression
of my high appreciation of iu value, based noon
my own rerionnl observation. A a oloae ob
server, I have, while witnessing it positive re
sults in tbe few special diaeaaes incident to Uie
K-imnite or-snnlsra of woman, singled It out as
the climax or crowuluar gem ot ur
medical career. On it meilu, aa a po.f
live, safe, and eflectnnl remedy for this cla
of diseases, and one Uiat will, at all times and
under all circumstance, act kindly and in har
mony with tbe lawa whicb govern ibe female
system, 1 am willing; to slake my reputation at a
fihyiciau. Nay, even more, so conildent am I
hat it wi) not disappoint the moot sanguine
xpeaiaiiotuof a single invalid ladv who nte it
that roller and seil't under A POMTIVrj
GUARANTEE. If a ueneUHal eireet is not
ex)erienced by thetim two-ibirdt of th con
tent of tho bottle are u-d, I will, on return oi
the bottle, two-tblriU of the medicine having
been taken according to directions, and the case
being on tor which I recommend It, nromptlv
refund tho monev paid lor it. Had 1 not the
inott Dorrert confidence in it vlrtnm. I could not
offer ft as I do under llic-e conditions; but hav
ing nitnosncd iutrulvmtrneiilsus cures In thou
sand of caaea, feel warranted and
ptirieicuy aaie in risking; uoin uir
reputation aud my lnouejr on ita
The following are among thoe diseases In
which my favorite Prescription bo
worked cures as if bv magic, and with a cer
tainly never before attuned bv any medicine:
Iucon-bisa, Excessive Flowing, Painful
Uonihly Periods, Suppression when from un
natural ennsea, Irrcmifaritles. Weak Back. Fro-
Inpsiis, or falling of the Uterus, Aateversion and
Retroversion, licarhir Down Sensations. Inter
till Heal, Kervons lcpresion, Debilitv. Des-
ponuency, xnreateneu atiscarriage, inmnio
Congestion, Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Uterus, Impotence, Barrenness, or SterUitv, Fe
male weakness, and very many other clironlo
diseases Incident to woman not mentioned here.
In all affections of tills nature, my Favorite
Prescription works cures the marvel of
tbe world. Tbis medioine 1 do not extol as a
cure-all, but It admlrablv fulfills a single)
neaa of purpose, being a moss perfect
speciflo in all chronic disease of Uie mxuuI sys
tem of woman. It will not disappoint, nor WiU
It do harm, In any state or condition.
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oi t i.ou. it treats minnteir oi tnose aiseasea,
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sdwre In regard to tbe management of those
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NATURAL BELtCTIOHV .
InvMtigatova of natasml aclenca have sm.
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Doe aol the sam pevncipl govern th rnmsssn 11
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Golden Medical Discovery
Is Altera live, er Blood-cleansing,
Golden Medical Discovery
Is Pectoral. - -
Golden Medical Discovery -
Is a Cholagogne, or Liver Stimulant,
Golden Medical Discovery
let 1 onic.
Golden Medical Discovery
By reason of lis alterative properties, cures disease
of the Blood and Skin, as o morula, or King's avil ;
Tumors : L ken. or Uld Sorea : Uinirli..: FlmnU.
and truptloas. by virtue of its Pectoral proper
ties, it cures Bronchial, Throat and Lung ASec
liens; Incipient Consumption; Lingering Coughs;
and Chronic Laryngitis. It Cholalugu propeniea
rciider itanuneqiialed remedy lor Bdiouaneaa) Tor
pid Liver 'ar. "Liver Comolalat:" aad ita Tonic
properties make it equally elbcacious ia curing Uds
gutioa, LoU of Apucliwand Dypepsia
Where the akin is sallow and covered with klot-chi-s
and pimpies, or where there are scrotulous af
fections ana swelling, a few bottlu of Uoldea Med
ical liUcovrry will ctfe-zt an entire cur, if you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have tallow color of skin,
or yellowish brown spots on face or body, frequent
headache or dui.ness. bad u,te in mouth, internal
heat or chills allernated with hotSuaim, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular appetlu and
tongue coated, you are suffering horn Torpid Liver
or "Biliousness.'' In many cases of ''Liver Com
plaint." only part of these symptoms are exper
ienced. Asa remedy for all such cases. Dr. Pierce's
Uolden Medical Discovery bas ao equal, a it cfiecl
perfect cures, leaving the bver strengthened and
P. P. P. P.
Purely Vrjrt'tHble. Xo Cnro IVQuirKd
while L'.-ing them.
The "Li'.tle Giant'' Cathartic, or.MIXTUM IN
PAKVO 1'llVsiC, scarcely larger loan mustard
teed, and are sugar-coated ihev remove the
necessity oi taking ine great, crude, draaiic, sicken
ing pil.s, heretofore so much iu use.
As a remedy fur Headache , liiuincss, Rneh of
flleod to the Head, 'ligluocas about ike Chest, Pad
1 asie in the Mouth eructations trom the tttom.ch,
liliioua Attacks, Jaundice, Pain in the Kidneys,
llighly-toleied Urine, and Internal Fever, Ur.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets arc unsurpassed.
Furthermore, 1 wouij say thai their action u uni
versal, nol a gland escaping ilieir sensitive iaiprew.
Age docs not impair the properties ai 'tes Pellets.
1 h.-y re sugr-coated and inclosed inr, w Bottle,
their virtues thereby being preservca unimpairtt,
for any lengib of time, to that they are always tresh
ami rrliablc This is not tne case with those pilia
which are put up in cheap wooden or pasteboard
boxes. The daily u e of two Pellets hu cured the
moat obstinate cases of Scrofula, Teller, Salt-rheum,
krysipelu, Boils, Blotches, Pimple., Sore Lyes,
anil tr piions They are, however, recommei ded -to
be taken in connection with the (ioloen Mediual
DUcovery, in order to secure the best results.
3Dx. Piorco's .
The remedial tnunagement of tho diieataa
peculiar to women nas alfordeil a Urge expaii
i'U.w at the Worid'a Dispensary, of which Ur.
1'ieroe is ibecbief consul ttug physician, In adapt
ing remedies for tbeii cuie. nr. Pierce's Fa v.
OUU Pictcription i thereault of this extended
experience, and ha become Ju.tly h lebratxi for
Its many an i remarkablecnrc. of all those chroa
IC diseases and
Favorite Prescription Is a Powerful Restoratlre.
Tonic to the enure system. It is a nervine of un
surpassed edicacv, and, while it quiet nervoua
Irritation, it strengthens the enf.eblid nervoua
system, thereby restoring it to healthful vigor.
1 he following diseases are among those in which
tbe Favorite Prescription baa worked magic
cures, viz. Leucorrhosa, or "Whites," Exout
slv Fltwmg, Painful Menstruation, Uaaaiural
Suppression, Weak Baek, Prolapau. or falling
ol the Uterus. Antevetsi n, Ketroveislea, Ber
Ipg'down Sensation, Chronio Congestion, la
IkWmatios and L'loeratlon ol th Uterus, Inter
nal Heat, ..'cTViiua Depression, Debility, Dea
pondanov, aL J very many other chronic diseases
peculiar to women, but not menboned her.
Th following Ladles are a few of the many
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