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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNINtf, NOVEMBER 23, 1880.
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T. A. Rnrnett. OkImi. Ulllnnla "
rfi Nathnn Thompson recently picked
V P c'pl1t Spanish nulled dollars, some
r old ns 1723, on Indian Island, near
jjolon Ferry, Mc.
'nil i ii i.i. i i -i - i
ir- J JfUlU Willi; II litis VVVII I)iuvi.-u Ui
n tho battle-ticia nt unu'knmaugua,
cnd with slight repairs will be a good
- 4 o
P Durin? a recent lawsuit in London
Jie opinion of experts regarding the
lvalue ot i ne lanu in tnat city was
fOUrought out one acre is worth $4,116,
' ' A plucky Yankco woman in Titts
'jjcld, Maine, scared a qutick out of his
f0even senses one day recently, lie had
romiscd to cure her of neuralgia if
'Crhe would lay a roll of greenbacks on
, lie kitchen table. She put the money
yjn tho table as lie requested. He then
.Lacked for pen, inknnd paper, and when
-(who went up Btnii'8 to fetch them he
jflisappeared with the money. In a
nomcut she was behind him with a
' ' volver at his car, and sho kept it
; (fhcro until ho hatl crawled back into
' le kitchen, put down the money and
i a legged for mercy.
pollution of about one hundred thousand,
(Ja regarded as the richest city in tho
t towholo world. 1 1 is asserted that there
5 . -ttf V .,1. IT... .... tuy.Hll r.m.i.
HO jvu i luuiuuni'i n iiuhii iiuiij
V(P00,000 to $5,000,000 each, nml 250 who
1 pro worth $1,000,000 and upward. Tho
bcity is one of tbegrent banking centers
vj)f the globe. Its uggrcgato banking
it-:apitul is estimated at $100,000,000,
ariore than one-fourth of whiclt the
inUolhschilris, whusc original and parent
house is there, own and control.
w( Tho street car company of Geneva,
iijSwitzcrland, have decided to inereaso
thepayof their conductors and dri
tlJers by giving them a share in the re
iu;eipt8. This participation in the bus-
he ncs uono will ucuouoiea alter eigiu
i jen months aud increased again twelve
Tpwuths later. It is thought that the
ofjkdoption of this plan will increase the
receipts ol tne company, oy causing
3hi drivers and conductors to be care
fuland obliging, aud to keep a bright
er watch for customers.
; f Clark Davis, a fanner atNewKo
cchelle, N. Y., has a portrait of Maj.
C(Audre, painted by himself with the
bitl of a looking-glass, during tho brief
imprisonment preceding .his execution.
fcIu tho picture, wliich is mounted ia
mthe original frame, Maj. Andre is rep
wresenlod as attired in the uniform of
his rank, with a red coat with light
pugrecn facings, ornamented with large
Ogilt epaulets, buttons and embroidery,
tind with cauibiiu rulllos around the
3; Mr. Fawcett, the I'ostuiastcr-Gene-
f'ral of Great Britain, has hit upon a
wery clever device for the purpose of
Aincouragiiig the saving of money
I'among tho lower classes. The govern-
monlhas issued at its various postof
Occsan ofliolal strip of paper, having
,pon it places for twelve postage
lamps to be stuck. Tho possessor,
o 'nan, woman, or child, can, whenever
t has a ipara penny, buy a stamp and
r put it upon tho slip. When the slip
vis lull, that is, when twelve Btauips
nave been glued oil, the holder can, by
retaking tho slip to the postollloe, g(t a
. . 1 . .. A A ... .ill!..
...Savings uaiiK receipt, ior Hiuiiing,
- .Which is the minimum deposit that
ie postoQlce savings bank will' take.
Tuk 'London Hair Color Restorer"
is the most deliulitful article every in-
'trodiiceii to the Aniericito people unj
A totally ditfvreut from all other Imir re
litorers, being entirely free from all
impure inirrcdients tliat render ninny
1 other articles lor tho hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or fulling of tho hair
' exist, or premturely gruyness, lrom
sickness or other causes, its use will
'restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
rcalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc.,
at tho sarao time a most pleasing and
lautinK hair dressing, fragrantly per
fumed, rendering tho hair soft
;nd plyable, making it an indite
jusallo In every toilet.
X your druggist for London Hair Color
storer. Wee 73 cents a bottle. (1)
1. Richardson, Sac and Fox Agency
Itao Territory, says: The "Only Lung
J" has restored mc to health, and I shall
glad Ui recommend It to any one. Sec
A Chapter on Dald Heads.
A bald-headed man is refined, and
he always shows his skiill-suro.
It has never been decided what
causes bald heads, but most pcoplo
think it is dan'd rough.
A good novel for bald heads to
read "Tho Lost Heir."
What does a bald-headed man say
to his comb? Wo meet to part no
Motto for a bald head Bare and
However hih ft position a bald
headed man holds, ho will never
comb-down in tho world.
The bald-headed man novcr dyes.
Advico to bald-headers Join tho
Indians, who are the only successful
What docs everv bald-headed man
put upon his hcail? Hi? hut.
You never saw a bald-headed man
with a low forehead.
Shokespcaro says: There is a di
vinity that shapes our cuds.
Bald men are tho coolcst-hcadcd
men iu tho world.
Borne bald men havo heirs. Boston
Tho Student of I'psala.
Mrs. Mary Ilowitt, in her "Life of
Frodcrica 11 remer," tells the following
story, which is bo pleasant and good
that it ought to bo true, although it
is by no means new.
"There was, in tho early part of
this century, a young student caino to
Upsala, the son of a poor widow, who
was standing with somoof his college
companions in ono of the public walks
on a fino Sunday morning.
"As they were thus standing,!' tho
young daughter of tho governor, a
good and beautiful girl, was seen ap
proaching them on her way tochurch,
accompanied by her governess.
"Suddenly ' tho widow's eon ex
4"I am 6ure that young girl would
give mo a kiss !'
"His companions laughed, and ono
of them, n rich young fellow, said :
" 'It is impossible 1 Thou, an utter
stranger, aud in a public thorough
fare? It is too absurd to think of.'
"Nevertheless, I am confident of
what I say,' returned tho other.
"Tho rich student olTcred to lay a
heavy wager that, so far from suc
ceeding, ho would not even venture to
propose such a tiling.
"Taking him at his word, tho poor
Etudent, the moment the young lady
and her attendant had passed, follow
ed them, and, politely addressing
them, they stopped, oir which, in a
modest aud straightforward manner,
lie said, speaking to tho governor's
"'It entirely rests with Fiokcn to
make my fortune.'
"'How so?' demanded she, greatly
'1 am a poor student,' siid he, 'the
son of a widow. If Froken would
condescend to give mo a kiss, 1 should
win a large sum of money, which, en
abling me to continue my studies,
would relieve my mother of a great
"'If success depends on so small a
thing,' said tho innocent girl, '1 can
but comply,' and therewith, sweetly
blushing, sho gave him a kiss, just as
if ho had been her brother.
"Without a thought of wrong-doing,
the young girl went to church,
and afterward told her father of the
"Tho next day the governor sum
moned tho bold student to his pres
ence, anxious to see the sort of person
who had thus dared to nccost Ins
daughter. But tho young man's mod
est demeanor at once favorably im
pressed him. He heard his story, and
Avas so well pleased that ho invited
him to diuo at tho castle twice a
"In about a year the young lady
married tho student whoso fortuno
sho had thus made, and who is nt tho
present day one of tho most celebrated
Swedish philologists. His amiablo
wife died a few years since." , .
New York Times.
A century ago a nabob hailed from
tho West, rather than the East, In
dies. When the novelist of that peri
od set about to depict fabulous wealth
and acmo of luxury, he went to Ja
maica for his man. Tommy Morton's
jiajia. "an extremely wcallhy man,"
hailed from tlmt famous island, and
the pic l u re of Tommy taking an air
ing, attended by two nejjro slaves,
lives in the memory of millions of
her Iiril tannic Majesty's lieges in con
nection with their first ideas of splen
dor. Up to that time, and for thirty
years later, Jamaica was, in a certain
way, the fashion, which East India
never was. Sho even had ducal Gov
ernors at quile an early date, tho sec
ond Duke of Albemarle, son of the
lanious George Monk, bavin;; (attend
ed by Sir Hans Sloanc, tho founder of
the British Museum, as his physician)
obtained the Governorship, chiefly
with a view to raising a sunken trea
sure ship, an object in which ho was
completely successful; and long after
canio a Duko of Portland to reign at
'Tho King House," as tho Governor's
magnificent residence was not inap
propriately styled. Thoso were tho
days when the Beckfords, Btorcrs, El
lisses, Lawrences, Tliarpcs, Scarlets,
Vassitlls, and many more were deriv
ing immense incomes from tho island.
Greatly would they have been aston
ished had they been told that a youth
of a family which, albeit respectable,
had fallen from its high estate and
become merely provincial bourgeois,
was going to strip i hem of their iplon
did position. None of thoso West In
dian magnates who gavo balls in
Grosvcnor Siiuaro and drove curricles
and barouches which were the envy
of young nobles in llydo Turk hud
then even heard of William Wilbcr
force, and no moro suspected tho
sourco wheneo tho blow to sfriko
them was to corno than did English
Squires twenty-tlvo years ngo recog
nize their ruin' in our Wftcru Slnici.
Emancipation was to Jamaica espe
cially u comnleto prostrating blow.
Thero was, It is true, a compensation
granted by Parliament, but it was u
mere drop in tho bucket. Tho Jamai
ca nogro lost no time in showing that
he considered he hud worked enough
for ull time. Asa rule, ho declined
to do much moro than would keep
him. In somo cases proprietors act
ually abandoned their property all
together. Some staid and eked out a
livelihood on tho wreck, while tho
best oil" kept an agent on tho spot and
lived in England on a tenth of their
former income. Thus matters iiavo
gone on formally years, during which
a largo proportion of Jamaica proper
ty has been sold in tho Wot Indies
Incumbered Eslalo Court, and is no
longer in tho hands of tho families of
tiie original proprietors. During tho
past 11 vo years, however, an encourag
ing circumstance is found in tho sue-co-is
of tho importation of coolies, who
take most .kindly to tho soil, desire to
stay when their perio I of contract
expires, uu. seem likely to'provo a
very valuable clement ; and more re
cently u number of Cubans havo
sought a refuge there, who are report
ed to bo prosecuting tobacco culture
with much success. A largo propor
tion of tho island has been allowed to
lie almost f.illow for so long that it
would probably bear heavy cropping,
and if Jamaica tobacco gets tv reputa
tion at all equal to Cubans thero U no
saying how soon tho island will not
once moro assume u moro important
position among British dependencies.
Thus, while heavy losses and coinploto
ruin hasutiended the lot of individuals
the probabilities arc that, in time, Ja
maica will again blossom as tho rose,
its unprudiictivo estates again become
valuable, and its neglected plantations
tho abode of happy and prosperous
people. Tho mother country will bo
the gainer from its increased revenues
and tlio ruin wrought by Wilbcrforeo
will bo repaired.
Gerard-Lescuyer finds that when
tho current from a dynamo-electric
machine is sent into a magnetic elec
tric machine tho latter moves with
increasing speed, then it slackens,
stops, and turns in the opposite dircc
tion,Miidsoon. Tho polarity of the In
ductors is reversed.
J. A. Pabst publishes this continu
ous method of preparing acetic ether.
He introduces into a retort a cold mix
ture of 65 c. c, of sulphuric acid, and
the same quantity of alcohol. When
the mixture has arrived at the tempo
raturo of 1 10 degrees centigrade, ho al
lows to flow slowly into the retort n
mixture of equal equivalents of alco
hol and glacial acetic acid. At first a
little sulphurio distils over, and thero
then passes a liquid containing 85 per
cent, of acetic ether.
An improvement on tho Bunscn
photometer has been dcvicd by Hcrr
Toe pier, and it is no longer necessary
to uso but ono eye or that tho observer
take a certain determined position.
The ordinary thin sheet of paper with
the oil-Rpot is replaced by two thin
sheets of parchmeut paper placed ono
on each side of a stout sheet of paper
perforated by a holo about an inch in
diameter. Tho sheets are st retched on
a franio between two sheets of clear
glass. AVhen tho lights are properly
opposed, tho hole in this arrangement
disappears, just as the oil-spot does in
the old device, but with much less in
convenience to tho observer.
An exchnngo publishes the follow
ing as a means of silvering by cold
rubbing : Make a paste by thoroughly
grinding in a porcelain mortar, away
from tho light, water, 3 to 5 ounces;
chloride of silver, 7 ounces ; potasdutn
oxalate, 10.5 ounces; common table
salt, 15 ounces, and sal ammoniac, 3.75
ounces. Or, chlorido of silver, 3J
ounces; cream of tartar, 7 ounces;
common table salt, 10.5 ounces, and
water enough to form a paste. Keep
the paste in a covered vessel, away
from tho light. Apply it with a cork
or brush to tho clean metallic (copper)
surface, and allow it to dry. When
rinsod in cold water tho silver pre
sents a fino frosted appearance, tho
brightness of wliich may bo increased
by immersion font few seconds iu dilute-sulphuric
acid, or in a solution
of potassium cyanide. Tho silvering
boars tho action of the wire brush and
of tho burnishing tool very well, and
it may also bo "oxidized."
M. Lcsscrtciir, says tho Britisli Med
ical Journal, lias Just given publicity
ton plant which has a great reputa
tion as a cure for rabies in the King
dom of Annain. This plant, of which
tho name is hoaiig-nan. is a kind of
liana, closely akin to the falsj angos
tura; its clients aro similar to (hose of
strychnine and brucine. M. Boiilcy,
iu speaking of this new remedy in tho
Jicxuil dc Mttke.iM VtkniKtire, re-
rrets that no facts corroborative of its
efficaciousness are givon, but is of
opinion that the property recently
shown to belong to raobits, of easily
contracting hydrophobia by inocula
tion, should bo utilized for making ex
periments thus so easily performed.
In rclcrcnco to this subject, M. Bouloy
related an anccdoto about garlic, a
substance which has always had a
irreat reputation among remedies
iiixaiiist rabies, and is constantly found
as a principal integral portion hi a
largo munbcrol torinuuo long kept se
cret. A young man had been bilton
by a mad dog, and symptoms of rabies
speedily appeared. His family, in u
suite ol tne grcaicsc aiarm, scarcely
khowing what, to do with tho sufiercr
shut him up iu a loft whero somo gar
lie had been left to dry, in his delir
ium tho poor fellow seized I ho bun
dles of carlic, alo greedily of them, and
soon becamo exhausted and fell into a
deen sleei). Whon ho uwoko ho was
cured, and tho symptoms of rabies hud
Somebody who has examined tho
statistics of somo of tho big battles of
tho war, finds that 80 soldiers, all shot
above the hips, .and all of one regi
ment, fell dead at ouo volley, in tho
battle of Gettysburg. At Fair Oaks,
20 men wout down, ono upon another,
iu a squaro or a lew lcet, and never
moved a limb among them after fall
ing. Ono shell, at Colo Harbor, ex
ploding in tho ranks of an Ohio regi
ment, killed 16 soldier. At Suva go
Station, during McClellan's charge, a
solid shot fired from a fudoral piece nt
an Infantry column, marching hy
fours, killed 21 men. Near Vlclubutg,
a gunboat throw a single sholl at a i?
bcl battery, and killed 18 men, wound
ing 15 others.
An Unfortunate Delusion.
Exists, that tho liver can be regulated,
and tho bowels kept ia a state of etllcicncy
by tho uso of mercury, and purgatives ot a
drastic nature, A completo refutation of
this absurd theory is furnished by the fact,
that no class of persons suffer more severely
with biliousness and its attendant ailments,
dyspepsia and constipation, none are more
"out of sorts" than they who habitually uso
such remedies. Tho wisest course they can
adopt, and ono productive of speedily bene
ficial results, is to uso instead of such perni
cious drugs, Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which accomplishes the work they leave
undone. Botanic in origin, pure, netive
and highly recommended by medical men,
this ncticlo has no nihility with medicines
which net abruptly. It aids, docs not
force Nature, nnd its invigorating effect is
as perceptible ns its regulating influence is
prompt and lasting.
Always avoid harsh purgative pills.
They first make you sick and then lenvo
you constipated. Carter's Little Liver Pills
regulate the bowels and make you well.
45 Years Before the Puhllc,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, nnd in all Hflious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, nnd Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATICNS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fi.eminq Eros.
BSy Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BKOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
POR NEW ORLEANS
The Auchor Line Ktuamcr
Saa JAMES HOWARD
JAMES PEPPER, i : :
: : Master
: : Clerk
ARCHIE WOODS, : ; :
Will have the Cairo wharf for New Orleans
Tuesday Eve'ng, November -3
For freight or puscsijc apply to
THOMAS W. SHIKUJS, (ien'l Ai.'tit.
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE jEiBtil STATES.
On ardaftor .Monday, .tunc 7lb, and until lurtbur
noticu ib ferryboat will niuiiu trips aa follows:
LIAVSS LEAVCR LEAVI
Fost Fourth St. Missouri Land's. Kentucky I.d'R.
H:(Va. m. 8:'W a. m. n a. in.
0:H)a, m. Il)::t0a. m. 11 n. m.
2:k p. m. !i:0 p. ni. $ p. m.
4: wlp.ru. 4:Wp.m. &;0Up,m.
2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3 p, m
HOOTS AND SHOES
All SortH, Styles and Slr.es at
C. Iv O C I-FS,
Manufacturer aud dealer
In the flucst Hand-Sewed anil Pecgid Buots And
Shoes of all tho latest styles, from tho )cst
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturers. Ilns Ihc laruuet and best selected
stock to be found In the city fur
Jfeu's, Hoys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowest posslhlo prices. Always nn hand
a complete stud; of liatlier and finding.
No. Uncommercial Avo. I , 11 ;A 111
lkt. Fifth ami Sixth Sts.f VUIHI, ill.
Manufacturer and dealer in Custom-mado
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Mutle Hoots and
Shoos for Jloys'and
Men's wear to be
found In the elty.
No other shop eun
compuro with It.
N. It. All work warranted, stirt liepalrliiK neatly
tdouoou ahull notice.
Vi'irlirli Betwocn t'ommornlal snil
llglllll Ol., Washington Ave.
The extraordinary effect of this Ilut hu, as pre
pared hy Dr. Ilaydoek, upon the Kidneys and t'rl
nary Uranus la without a neralli I In the history of
iiiccliclmi, und Us reaultH tiirjiicvond tny of tho
Kidney remedies of the day. li sflmuliites (Hires
tlou adls lone to tlio syxtem, Invlrorulea the De
bilitated, and is Inlalllhto for tlio curuoflHu
I eten In its worxt form.
One trial of a teaspoonfnl In a wineglass of
water will convince the uioet sceptical within from
ten to twenty minutes.
lUsordor of the Kidneys.
In all dlxfusiu, affecting these orifiiiiH, whether
they secrete too much or too little water, or
whether they he allllcted with stone nr gravel, or
with aches and pains settled iu the loins oyer the
region ol lliekiillievfl.
Will irlvn almost Immediate relief, when all other
means hiive fulled. The inoi-t povtcilul existing
medlelii'j for the cure of female complaints. Fifty
years expi riencelnconteBlablv proves this remedy
unrivalled forthu disorders Incidental to the female
sex. No fumily Hlimild oe without It, mill It uniy bo
taken hy youiiR orold.as It will restore health when
every oiher means prove unsucceHi-ftil.
To the stomach we trace dyspepsia, headache and
penerui debility to tlio liver, bile, Jaundice, aud
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dfcnlary,
coiisliinition. piles, and ImMilii; tothn liiiiys, coil
numptloii, etc.; to the blond, scrofula, scurvy,
and ail r utaneoiiN eruptions. I'.y keeping these
organs and vita lluld pure anil healthy we may
safely defy the attacks of disease, and no niedlcii c
jet prepared for this purpose cau equal the ac
HKAK WHAT IS SAID.
"Hhas mii'lc me a new uiau."
"Dr. Ilaydock's liuchu has increased my weight
".My wife would not be without It for any
"Our llttlu boy Is much better, I enclose one
dollar for another bottle."
"1 find it as easy to take aa milk "
"We have sold thirteen bottles this week, and
shall want three dozen next order."
'.My morning anon? is guiie thanks to your
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Any Invalid or suin-rcr alllctea with any Kidney
disorder who will write me as to their complaint,
will be treated humanely and kindly. It Is my
mosi earnest desire to Investigate all forms of
Diabetes, and lo cive relief at all times. II you are
too poor to purchase, write me any way, and your
case will have immediate attention.
CAUTI O X.
Observe Ihit the signature of Jos. llaydeck Is
across the mouth ol each bottle.
Price One dollar for large, aud fifty cents for
7 J )ey Street, New York.
To Nervous StiUerers-Tlie (Ireat Kuropcan Rem
edy Dr. J. 11. SlnipHon'sSpcdlie Medicine.
Dr. J . II. Simpson's Specific Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Weakness
and all diseases resulting lrom Self Abuse, as Ner
vous Dehilitv. Irritability, Mental Anxiety. Languor,
Lassitude, Depression of Spirits and functional de
rangements of the Nervous System generally l'alns
in Hack or Side, Loss of Memorv. Premature oui
A;te anil ciseases
that lead to Con
ty and an esrly
grave, or both.
No matter how
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a shoit
course of this meiln inn nl resti. r ihe tost lunc-
nons aim procure Uealtli and hnppiuess. where he
fore was despondency and gloom The Specific
-Medielue Is being used with wonderful suc
cess. Pamphlets sent free to all. Write for them and
get fiii I particulars.
Price. Specific. fl.fOper package, or 'x pack
ages for J.'i.im. Will be sent by mall on receipt of
money Address all orders.
.1. H. SIMPSON'S MEDIC'INK CO..
Nos. lot snd lis; Main St.. IlulTalo, N. Y.
OHAV'S SrKCIKlC MKIiiriNF,
TRADE MMtK.ThedreatKngHsh lKADK MARK
Kemecly, an un
failing' cure for
Sper mat orrhoea,
Impotency. and all
diseases tbat fol
low as a conse
quence of sell
T C ir i ' aiiuse; us loss oiAc
UOIOrO lalmi&memorv. nnlveisal
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lassitude, pairTa the back, dlm if..,-" ni.i.;
ursa of vision, premature old age,01"' "Uag,
and many other diseases that b ad to insanity or
consumption and a premature, grave.
Full particulars in our pamphlet, which wo de
sire to send Iree by mail lottery one. Tliespe
tide medicine is sold by all druggists st 1 per
package, six for $.1. or ill he ent Iree by mail on
rereipl of the motiKv by addressing! II K MtAY
MKD1CINK CO., No. a Mechanics block, Detroit
Mich. Sold in Cairo by Parclay Pros., Paul (1
Schuh and Geo K. O'llara.
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day all the time they work, write for particulars to
II. IIAI.I.KTT CO.. Portland.
)1 ourselves by making mon
ey when a golden chance la
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koepliig "overly from your
door. Those who always
tuliu iidvanla e of Hie good
chances for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those w ho do not Im
prove such chances n miiln In poverty. W'e want
in n t vv men. women, boys ami girls to do work for us
right In their owu localities, The business will
tiuv more than tun times ordinary wages. W'e
furnish an expensensive outfit and all that you
need free, No one who engages falls to make
tnniiey rupldly. Von cun devote your wholu time
to the work, or only your spare inononts. Full
Information and ull that Is needed sunt free, Ad
dr. ST1NSON A OU., Portland. Maic,
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured. Not Merely Relieves
And Cun Prove What we Claim.
HyThcro are no failures and no disappoint
menls. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHIv you can bu easily and quickly cured, ax
hundreds have been already. Wo shall be pleased
to mall a sheet of testimonials to any interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms of niliousness. prevent Consll
patlou and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorders
of the Stomuch, Stimulate the l.lver. and liegulate
the llowels. They do all this by tukluif Just one
little pill at a dine. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, ami are as nearly perluct aa
It is possible for a pill to be. Price cet ts, 6 for
$1, Sold by druggists everywhere or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE. PA.
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Addre.a DANIEL K. UEATTY,
Washington, N. J.
. ii.i.i.. rial i.
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"each in Ighborhood, with Dr. Karsner's Heme
dy, to Introduce It. Sample Iree. OLKTILTCN,
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county. Into cm lug and valuable informs
tlon, with full particulars, free. Address at
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Tiwest prices e vir k nowit
on iirwn ixMulrra,
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New and verv Attractive Styles ar now ready
If A Y I Hurl caMnet or Parlor organs la
illOVi I the world, winners of hlghfstdla
I Unction at every great World's
AND I Exhibition dr thirteen years.
I Prices. .M , $:,7, 'si, f M. $ln to
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street, (t'nion Square.) New York, 149 rVabwb
A brilliant book, fascinating In style, pure in
language, endorsed by physicians everywhere An
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dress JONES HKOTHEUh & CO., Chicago, I.I.
LLOYD & McKEAN
No. 31 WALL S1REKT, XKW YORK.
We Put and sell at current rates:
1. S. (iovemmerit Ponds'
Central Pacific Lind I. rant Ilonds.
Central Pacific First Mortgage Oold Ilonrfs.
California and Oregon do
San Joaquin Valley do
Western Pacific di
Southern Pacific ol Cal do
Chesapeake & OhloltW. Co. Bonds and bond
and stock scrip and coupons.
We have for sale I he rbeeapeakc & Ohio Serica
'A" ii per e.-nt. Ilonds, at Wi and interest.
We buy and sell on cunihissn n tho securities
dealt In at the Slock Kxcl.ange, and make ud
varices thereon to responsible parties,
We also Imy and sell on con.miision all c'r.fs"
of securities not quoted at the Slock Exrlim g,.
We receive deposits and allow Inerest on da I v bal
ances. SP H n A Y EA II and expense
III agents. Outfit free Addres.
' ' ' O. VICKDir. Augusta. .V,
I ARlegant Chroino Cards, New Styles, 10c. Agents
1'Vwanmd. L. JONES dc CO., Nassau, N. Y.
S4 1,11,1,1 Inrnlshi'd Iree. with full In
I I Istrnctlous for conducting the most
I I I prolitable business that any hub can
X J engage In. The business is so easy
to learn, ai d oar liistructions are
simple and plaiu, that any one caa
make great profits from tbu start. No ono can fail
who is willing to work. Women am as successful
as men. Hoys and girls can eoru large sums.
Many have made at the bnsini ss over one hundred
dollurslii a single week. Nothing like It ever
known before. All who engage are surtirlsd at the
ease and rapidity with which they are able to make
money. You cun engage In ill's bnslness during
your spare time at great profit. Youdo not have to
Invest capital In It. We lake all the risk. Those
w ho need ready money, should wtlre to us at once.
All furnished Tree. Address Tltl'K X CO., Au
Obtained for new inventions, or for Improvements
on old encs ; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, InUtr
fcrenccs, Appeals. Suits for Infringements, and
all cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that havo been
I? V 1 WT VU T the Patent Olllce may still,
JUjP VjjX.H1J in most cases, hepatotited by
us. Being opposite the II. 8. Patent Department,
and ongaged lu Patent business exclusively, we can
timke closer searches, and socuru Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
an- remote from Washington.
I NVVNThlJWwiMl " mM or lfl,tcn '
111 V Till lfllO your device; wo mako ox
amlnatlons and advise aa to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, aud uncharge unloss Patent I s-securvd.
Wo refer In Washington, to Hon Postmaster
General I). M. Key, Rev. F. D. rower Tho Oonnan
American National Bank, to officials In the U. 8.
Patent Office, and to Senators and Representatives
In Congress: and especially to onr clients In every
State Iu the Union and lu Canada. Addretj
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat nt Office. Washington D, 0
men who desire to read
a leliiulinn treatise on
ual Debility, together
auinresilnna as til
the heat IIRMKIIikb ana umnous ol treatment,
.ne nest itr.mnirm" .ic-.nuua til i ruB.iiioii .
ilinnld send for thnusw pampblet.by a physician o(
uiirty years sxpenimuo. a rica, iu cvuw.
Addreii Murray Hill Fob. Co,
1 E. 28th Btseit,
N. V. tITV.