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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1830.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITinr X!NI (M'tNDAYi MMIttOI.
Only llorninj Daily in Southern Illinois.
Ltrgeat Circulation ot liny Daily iu
Cornelius J. Vniutorliilt' now h ust
At Hartford, Conn., will bit llnu-hcd
shortly. It will voA 100,000.
The heathen Chineso who liavo estab
lished opium dens In New Orleans are
being vigorously pnvwtitod.
Translations of Mill. Speneer, and
Parwin nro common in Japan, where
tho "Origin of Species" has a large
Moliinla Mason languishes in a Galves
ton jail because she uided prisoners to
escape by bringing them key -bole saws
and a file.
The world lias waited with impatient
curiosity for the correspondence of
Ccorge'Sand. Word comes from Taris
that ii collection of her letters will be
published soon, but that a part of her
corrrVpondenee will not be made public
for many years to come.
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Miss Mary Addington, daughter of
the Right Hon, John Hiley Addington,
and niece of Viscount Sidmouth, has
inst died in England at the age of 91.
Mis Addington was 17 years old when
Mr. Pitt died, and, having regard to the
intimacy which subsisted between that
statesman and her family, must have
remembered him well. Iter grandfath
er, Dr. Anthony Addington, was horn
in 1713 (in the reign of Queen Anne),
and was the medical attendant of the
great carl of Chatham.
While a boy was bathing at the open
ing of a channel connecting the Foun
tain of the Virgin and the Pool of Siloam,
Jerusalem, he discovered a rock upon
which were graven a number of Plueni
cian characters. They are small and
finely wrought.but unfortunately not
deeply cut. Part of the stone is sub
merged and hidden by a silicate depos
it. After the channel has been drained
and the deposit carried away it is ex
pected that considerable light on the
topography of Jerusalem will thereby
Miss Van, the American singer, whose
success in Home has been recorded,
was born in France, and the name of
her father was Peullet. Her stepfath
er's name was Van. She is well known
in Cincinnati, which is her home. In
Paris she has been under the care of
Muzzio, who is enthusiastic about her,
and who went to Koine in order to at
tend her debut Verdi and the March
ese d'Arcais warmly indorse her. She
is about 20, a well made and handsome
blonde, with gulden hair, and she uses
her handsome hands and arms with
great effect. Her voice, a mezzo-so-prano,
has spirit, enthusiasm and dash.
The records of the labor bureau of
Castle Garden, New York, show that
there has been a greater demand for all
kinds of labor during ten months of
1880 than at any other time since 18G8.
In the spring ami summer the demand
for farm hands was greatly in excess of
the supply, and all through the year
there have been applications for help in
nearly every kind of American industry
Emigrants liave been sent to flax and
woolen mills, to iron-works, and mines
of all kinds. Employment has been
found readily for unskilled labor. The
total number of persons furnished with
mpioynicnt inJ1880 up to Nov. 1 was
35.394, of which 20,110 were men, and
9,178 women. There were about 2,009
mechanics and artisans, and the others
were farm, railroad, and ordinary lab
orers. The applicants were principally
Germans, although there were a good
many Irishmen, and a fair proportion
of Poles and Swedes. Last year there
were only 16,133 persons furnished
with employment, which was an in
crease of 60 per cent over the previous
ear. In 1868, which was one of tho
est years since tho bureau was estab
lished, there were 36,000 persons assist
ed in this way, but the number this
J ear will be still greater. The demand
as now ceased, and there nre about
one hundred and fifty applicants in
waiting. There are also seven or eight
German families who desire to work on
The New Seal
of the World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion of lUiffalo, of which Dr. It. V. Pierce
is president, consisting of a figure of Aes
culapius, the Father of Medicine, surmount
in" the globe, fitly symbolises the world-
wide reputation rained by the Family
Medicines of Dr. Pierce now manufactured
by this incorporated company and sold in
all parts of the world. Willi a mammoth
establishment, the World's. Dispensary ond
Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, and a correspond
ingly largo branch fwtuhlishmcnt in Lon
don, this association make medicines for
the whole world not only that but they
personally examine and treat with special
medicineg thousands of cases. Among tho
most celebrated of the proprietary or family
inedicinei are Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery tho great blood-purifyer, and
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets
(Uttio lulls) nnd Dr. Pierce s Compound
Extract Smart-Weed -for bowel affections,
colds and painlul attacks, as colic, neural
pia and rheumatism, Favorite Prescrip
tion furnishes relief f rom female weakness
Mid kindred affections. All sold by drug
Arousing iu Readers,
An alarm of fire at midnight is a start
ling thing, but not half so startling to
many who hear it as would bo tho sudden
knowledge of their own dangerous physical
condition. Thousands of thousands nro
Lurrying to their graves becmise they are
carelessly indifferent to the insidious in
roads ol disease snd the means wf cure. It
is tho mission of II. II. Warner & Co.,
with their Safe Kidney Biid Liver Cure, to
arouse men to a sense ot their danger and
cure them. Memphis Appeal.
Tint Chicago Times snys: Warner's Safe
Aidney and Liver Cure iu highly indorsed
. ky ministers, judges, physicians, siiriroons.
by men of literary and scholarly distinc
tion, aud by ludividuuls in all the walks of
It is found that oxygen in the liquid
state has the same deie-ity as water.
Some recent experiments for deter
mining the velocity of sound give 1088
feet per second.
Pogsnn is making an ntlas of vnriablo
stars in 136 maps, which will contain
about 40,0(0 stars.
The presenco of sugar has been de
tected in the petals of various flowers
in considerable quantity, varying from
7 to 1 per cent.
Soap bubbles, or films, have lately
been u-ed by physicists as a means of
exhibiting the effects of tone vibrations,
giving beautiful and interesting experi
ments. Mr. Proctor, the distinguished and
popular astronomer, maintains, in op
position to views recently published by
Vogel, that the larger planets nre
bodies having a very light temperature.
The number of asteroids is now so
great that it is not surprising that one
or two are occasionally lost. With the
aid of computation anil very imperfect
elements, two or three have lately been
Under great pressure and at low tem
peratures, physicists have at last suc
ceeded in reducing to a fluid state all
known gases. Pressures of over 300 at
mospheres are used, and temperatures
as low as 140 below zero.
The earth of a grave yard in which
there had been no interments for at least
thirty years has been examined by Dr.
lieicliardt. It gave off animal heat,
notwithstanding its long disuse, when
submitted to distillation.
Carbon is the name given to the pure
part of charcoal. It is present in almost
all combustible bodies and is itself com
pletely combustible. Carbon is not de
composable, and therefore ranks among
the chemical elements.
Considerable advance has been made
in our knowledge of solar physics by
Henry Draper's discovery of oxygen in
the sun by means of the spectroscope,
the substance manifesting itself by
bright lines in the sun-spectrum.
Coal is nothing else than ferns, mosses
and sea weeds, petrified beneath the
surface of the water in the absence of
air. There are no less than 850 dif
ferent species of plants petrified into
coal, of which 250 at least are gigantic
It hns been shown at the Dudley Ob
servatory that the whole amount of am
monia in six feet fall of snow is little
over one-half pound to tho acre, thus
proving that the beneficial effects of
snow are not duo to the ammonia, as
supposed by some.
The best cement will harden in about
five or six minutes, and under water in
about an hour; when mixed with sand
it takes a little longer. When mixed
in sea water and used in sea water with
a large quantity of sand it may take
even 24 hours before setting.
According to the Academy, the tier
man excavations at Pergamos have
come to an end, the Turkish fireman
granted for the purpose having expired.
The last discoveries are statues of Zeus
and Augustus, fouud near the Temple
of Augustus, which appears to date from
tho time of Tiberius.
The remains of a large swimming and
living bird, exhumed from the Loudon
cfay near Sheppoy, were recently de
scribed before the Geological Society
of Iiondon. It evidently belonged to
the same genius as tho common alba
tross, but was considerably larger.
It has been ascertained by soundings
that the roaring waves and the mighti
est billow of the ocean repose, not up
on hard and troubled beds, but upon
cushions of still water; that everywhere
at the bottom of the deep sea, tho solid
ribs of the earth arn protected, as with
a garment, from tho abrading action
of its currents; that the cradle of it.s
restless waves is lined by a stratum of
water at rest, that it can neither wear
nor move the lightest bit of drift-stuff
that once lodges there.
A Bright Bird.
From the Council Hi nil Siiui.irie!.
A largo and handsome whooping
storWau be seen daily strutting around
trie vara nt the resilience of Professor
Paige, in this city. The elongated bird
was purchased by the Professor during
a v isit to Mexico some mouths since,
nnd has become (piite tame. Among
other food that the stork relishes is a
nice fat mouse. Mrs. Paige has u
small wire trap in tho house, and when
ever a mouse happens to wander there
in he becomes a sweet morsel for his
stork -hip. The other day Mrs. Paige
noticed the stork standing near the
barn watching intently at a small hole
leading beneath the building. The
stork remained in an attitude of watch
fulness for nearly half an hour, and
Mrs. Paige becoming curious, concluded
to watch and see what followed. Final
ly she saw a mouse creep into sight
from under the barn, nnd the namo in
stant the intelligent stork pounced
down upon the mouse and "took him
in," killing it first and then eating it.
After performing this intelligent feat,
the stork resumed his vigilance at the
mouse hole, and, after watching sharp
ly for over an hour, he seemed to grow
weary of his work or get out of patience,
and marching to tho house, entered tho
kitchen, nnd plekingup the mousetrap,
from which he had so often been fed,
he returned to the barn and set the trap
down near the hole, evidently appreci
ating the use of tho trap, and believ
ing that it would catch a mouso for
Olive Logan writes to The Philadel
phia Times thai, the death of the late
British Lord Chief Justice I hesiger was
ibie to a singular cause. When ho was
a child two years old ho had scarlet
fever, vvhiclrwas followed by inflam
mation of the left ear. He was deaf in
1 hn'dfli'etfxl Mr muni nrlouj nil liiu lifn.
am? three or four years ago ho consult
ed jr. Daloy, a prominent physician,
who found perforation of tho tympanic
membrauo and advised artificial pro
tection, A few weeks ago the chief
justice was bathing in a rather rough
sea, when ho was knocked on the left
ear by a heavy wave. Intense mini
soon followed, coupled with atiffness of
the neck, whirh indicated that iiillain
million had extended along the internal
passages. Tho best medical and sur
gical talent was summoned, but noth
ing could save him.
Every ono knows there is a grent ri
valry between Mrs. Langtry and Mrs.
Wheeler greater between them than
any other of the reigning "beauties"
anil whatever one can do so as to
"score" off tho other, is dono by each.
Mrs. Langtry is known to possess very
beautiful arms while Mrs. Wheeler's
nre thin and scraggy. On the other
band, tho reverse extremities of Mrs.
Wheeler aro regarded by thoso who
have seen them as models of shape and
form, while Mrs. Langtry, though pos
sessing fairly small feet when Lien
chausee, can only boast of upward con
tinuations of a very pine-stem order.
Well, the season before last Mrs. Lang
try set the fashion of the sleeveless ball
dresses, and, of, course, Mrs. Wheeler,
much to her detriment, had to adopt
the style. But she set to work to t hink
how she could retaliate, and this is how
she did it: At the first ball sho ap
peared at last season, she wore n dress
with n short skirt. The Princo admired
it, and,.as a matter of course, it became
tho fashion. But what was Mrs. Lang
try to do? She tried it once, but tho
ell'ect,' as may be imagined, was disas
trous. Then she set to work to cudgel her
brains, and happy thought! at tho
next ball, instead of adding an inch or
two to her draperies, as sho had first
thought of doing, she had actually
taken a reef in her already short skirt,
but underneath appeared a pair of cer
tain articles of ladies' lingerie which,
on the present occasion, shall bo other
wise unmentionable, of Knickerbocker
cut, and reaching to her ankles, where
they were decreased in fullness by a
narrow band, and thence fell over her
instep in a short flounce of point lace.
The effect was immense. The Princo
was more than delighted with it, and
not only did Mrs. Wheeler find herself
completely checkmated nt her own
game, but as the wearing of tho addi
tional garment a la Langtry at onco
became the thing, she of courso was
obliged to adopt it, and thus conceal
what it had been her motive to subtly
disclose. It has' been by such daring,
and, at the same time, shrewd acts as
this that Mrs. Langtry has becomo tho
lionne sho is, nnd by the continuous
exercise of her audacious wits holds
her own as she does. Sho is always
equal to tho occasion, and the present
instance is a fair example of what sho
can do, and not only bo tolerated but
The "London Hair Color Restorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from all other hair re
storers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or premiturely grayncBs, trom
sickness or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing tho
scalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc.,
at tho same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
fumed, rendering the hair soft
and plyablc, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
How's the Baby.
"How's the babj !" "His croup is better
this morning, thank you. Wo gave him
some Thomas' Eclectrie Oil hs you advised,
doctor, and shall give him sonic more in an
hour or so." Next day the doctor pro
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Paul G. Sciiuii.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
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All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
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Think ot taking six bottles of horrid
"Bitters" or nauseating "Discovery" to im
prove the complexion and relieve bilious
ness when ono viul of Carter's Little Liver
Pills will do more good aod a pleasure to
L. B. Smith, of Faribault, Minn., says:
I am still wearing an "Only Lung Pad,"
and it has helped me; I intend to have
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Cocoiis. "Browns Bronchial Troches'
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A Concur, Coi.d, Catarrh of sore throat
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Dr. C. McLANE'S .
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No better cathartic can be used prcpara
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As a simple purgative they arc tincqualcd.
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Kemcdv, an un
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Impotency, and all
diseases that fol
low aa a conse
quence of self
n t m anuse; as loss or.
iHjiuro ittiuugnicmory, universal --..v
lassitude, palp 'u the back, dlm-iftp. ToVinw
ness of vision, premature old age,
and many other diseases that lead to insanity or
consumption and a premature grave.
run particulars in our pampiuet, wnicn we de
sire to send free by mail to every one. The spe
cific medicine is sold bv all druggists at ft per
package, six for t- or will be rent Iree by mall on
receiptor the mousy' by addressing Til K OilAY
MED1CI3K CO., o.9 Mechanics hlock. lletrolt
Mich. Sold in Cairo by Barclay Pros., Paul U
He. hub and Geo K. O'llara.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Manufacturer and dealer in Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes for Itoys'and
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. B All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
done on ahott notice.
Iirvliili Q!f Between Commercial and
jllllll Washington Ave.
All Sorts, Styles aud Sizes at
O. KOC II'S,
Manufacturer aud dealer
In the finest Hand-Sewed and Pegged Boots and
Sboea of all the latest styles, from the best
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturers. Has tho largest and best selected
etock to be found Iu the city for
Men's, Hoys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowest possible prices. Always on band
a complete stock of leather and finding.
Rubbers, etc., etc.
No. !K) Commercial Ave. I Poiiin Til
Bet. Fifth ahd Sixth SU.f Willi), 111.
EARS for tii k MILLION!
Foo Clioo's Ualsam of Shark's Oil
1'oslilYely Restores the Hearing, and la tho Only
Absolute Cure for Duafuess Known.
This Oil la extracted from a peculiar speclos of
small White Shark, eaueht in the Yellow Sea,
known as Cnrrharodon Itondeletll. KveryChluese
fisherman knows It. Ita virtues aa a restorative of
hearing wcra discovered by a lluddhist Priest about
the year 1110. Its cures were so numerous aud
many so seemingly miraculous, that tho remedy
was ofllclally proclaimed over the entire Empire.
Its use became so nr.lversnl that for over 800 years
nodunfeness has existed among the Chlneso peo
ple. Sent, charges prepaid, to any address at $1 per
Only Imported by HAYLO0K CO.,
aoi.K auknts Foil amkuica. 7 Dcy St., New York.
Ita virtues are unquestionable and llscuratlvn
character absolute, as tho writer can persoually
testify, both from rxperlenco nnd observation.
Among the many readers of the ncvli w in ono
tuipl mill in llier nf tin, pntltitrv. It Is lirohahtn Hint
numbers am ufllicted with deafness, and to such It
mnybesiild: "W rite at once to lluylock Co,. 7
Dey Strict. New York, enclosing St, nnd you will
receive by return n remedy that will otiahle ynii to
hear like anybody else, and whose curative cftci'ta
will be permanent Yon will never regret doing
so. --ninor nr ficw jora Jiercaiuue ii'.viuw,
Sept. Mli, I860,
We Moan Cured, Not Merely Eclicveu
And Can Prove What we Claim.
tyThure are no failures and no disappoint
nieiiia. If you are troubled with SICK iTeaIT
AL'IIK yun can be easily and quickly cured, a
hundreds have been already. Wu shall he pleased
to mail a sheet of testimonials to any Interested."
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms or Biliousness, prevent Consti
pation and Dyspepsia, promote Dlireation, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Ilegulate
the Bowels. They do all this by taklnir lust one
little pill at a done. They nru purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and are as nearly perfect as
It Is possible for a pill to be. Price '..'. cer ts, 5 for
JI. Sold bv druggists everywhere or sent by mail
CARTER MliDICINK CO.. ERIK. PA
LLOYD & McKEAN
.No. 34 WALL 8TKEKT, SEW YORK.
,. ,w'e ,mT and sell at current rates:
I . 8. (mvernuieni Honda
Central Pacini; Land Orant Bonds.
Central Pacific First Mortgage (,od Bonds.
California and Oregon do
San Joaquin Valley ii0
Western Pacific do
Southern Pacific of Cal. do
Chesapeake OhloRW. Co. Bonds and bond
anil stuck scrip and coupons.
We have for sale the Chesapeake A Ohio Seriel
"A" per cent. Bonds, at V.:t and Inn rest.
Me buy and sell on commission the securities
dealt tn at the Slock Exchange, and make ad
vances thereon to resiiousible partie..
We also buy aud n il on commit-. ion all classca
or securities not uiioUd nt the Slock fcxehango.
no receive deposits and allow iucrm on dally bal
A Y K A R and expenses to
agents. Outfit free Address. P.
O. VICKEHY, Augusta. Malna
If (Elegant Chromo Cards, Xew Styles. 10c. Agent
Vwauted. L. JONKS & CO., Nassau, N. Y.
THIEVES and DETECTIVES.
The most thrilling, exciting, fsnltallrg book
cv rwiltien. Taken from private records never
ueiore iurjiisoeii. fnuii ft tte Author, the
greatest living Detective. Ibillllug illustrations
BY ALLAN PISKEBT0X.
Low In Drlre. n romriMlllnti lini.,.!'. .11
other books .10 sold Immediately.
TO AGENTS uh'7l'tl,m
V . (once for terms and territory
(i. W. CARLETON CO.. Publishers, N. Y. city
WANTED. Manufacturing concern wants a
business rriNn In .v..rv rit v .., !.,!.., . ,
A few hundred dollars necessary to pay for g .uda
on delivery aficr orders havo been secured for the
same. lf,0 per month Iiroflt iruaraLl. ed Thn
nin.t ft.",rrbllitf lnv...llu.,iiin . .1 ii....4 A u
ARNOLD fc CO , corner first Street and Broad
way, nrooaiyn, , i .
' perfectly puis. Pronounced ih bo.l hy ih hich
en liieiliril sulhnnlin in tue KeilJ (iivea i.iznxi
aw.w! nt ft VYnri.l'. Eari!it"in. n1 t 1'iris 1T.
buld6jrirui.u. W H SCUUrrtUH CO M ?
Innne Herjnei HeiU." J!
DR. KLINE S GPS. AT
forall Tla.iif A Nsmts ijimakcm. otju .r
rwrs fitr Fit. tYtUruH and Kerr At'ilimiJ
tasti.i.istiir uksnaa dlrsrtsd. A" i'iisn)tr
nrtutay luir. 'lreailfe anil 11 trial rnU'.Mf.'.la
V iti)iUenta,they layltllreIpvs8al-,. rcid namn.
P. 0. ami entires aiMrr.s to Iia. KI.IS'K.y 1
ArcUfcu IMilUuvluhk, la. Suvriniil'MUrujaX
V Hhout mdl!lnei.
ALLAN'S BOI.mT.R MFTt.
Paunted Ociol.tr 16, laTi,
No. 1 will cure any ease In fnur dnr. or leu.
o. 2 will cure the most olwtluato case, uo matter
f how longstanding.
No nauseous doiej of enbsbs, eopalb or oil of
nil ilwood, that are certain to prmlncedrspcps't
r) desumylna; Hie eoatlmrs of the aiomarh. No
ayrlowsorssirlnKeiit liileutiou to proUuce oter
Price iiiu. hol.D BT ALL DltrOQISTS, or
Dialled" receipt of price.
for lif her ivartleulara aend for elrcnlar.
. 0. 11..X iUX J. C. ALLAN CO, M uolm Street,
W oiler tM reward for auy car i they will nut
Uulci,i; aud tore core.
address will recelvnsonie
thing yrtf bi Mail, that
may prove ths steppln-stono to a life of siiece.
It Is especially adapted to those who have reached
the foot of the hill. Addrcsi M. YOU NO, Ml
Oroeuwlcli Birect, ew lor.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK !
Oft, KKCII'KH ANI ACTK KOIt 'HIR Mll.l.fN
llnlltp.null to (riMTi. Mcrhuiki, MlrcttanU, erffM,itio.l,,
SludetiC.QrUi, Slik, D.bllllnUil, Diulilnl, llogk.r'-.
iS.0.,. Swlm.n ropy ,. AOUroJ. IU MuSKLKI,
141 bomb hib Slntl, Brooll.o, H. T.
0uper1 Uolldny Iklltlon.
bound nnd Liu st rn
tH. mril. ns it tirem.
Dr. Feota'l HFALTH I
IOnTHLY, at $1 V't
iH9 KniliTilri fr.irt l '
IIIU Pub. t'0,,WEjUWth Street, N. Y. City. ,
j'oeUi;e on book i!5 cuula; n-gisterca uiuil, uj.1
A ft O a week In your own town, !i out lit rrco. N
Altltrlsk. Reader, If you want a business at
tc which persona of either sex can: make great
day all the time tbev work, wrlto for particulars to
li. HALLBTT lit CO.. Portland.
$-4 Out lit lumlshed tree, with full In
I I Istriictiona tor conducllng the most
I I I profitable business that any ono cao
1 engage In. The biiHlness Is so easy
v toleurn. and our Instruetloiia are so
simple and plain, that any one rsM
make grent proilta from liio start. No ono can fail
who Is willing to work. Women are as successful
as men. Hoys and girls can earn large sums.
Many have made nt the business over our. hundred
dollars In a single week, Nothing like It over
known before, All who engage nre surnrlsd at tit a
easo and Mpldlly w ith which Ihcyaro able lo innke
money. You can ungate tn this business during
your spare time nt great'proflt. Yondo roi havolo
Invest rapllal In It. We lake all the risk. Those
who need ready money, should wtlte to us at once.
All furnished free. Address Till li i CO., Au
Jil. 11 -r-t-T
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