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England paid Germany three mil
lions sterling: for potatoes last year.
Newark, N. J., last year manufao
lured 100,000 kegs of beer.
Many household servants at New.
port, now wear liveries that are said
to be intensely English in style.
Fruit and dessert are no longer
placed upon the table until the dinner
An Englishman offers to bet 1,000
that Kowcll, the pedestrian, can cover
W)0 miles in 142 hours.
A wealthy New York gentleman has
at Mount Dessert a cottage with the
hody of red and the roof of old gold.
. The London Examiner says that
Oxford and Cambridge are mere
The emperor of Austria lias set the
fashion of weaving a golden pig as a
pin or watch-charm.
A colored preacher of Cobb county,
Georgia, has a novel way of collecting
his salary. When his members haven't
the money he puts them to work on
Lis farm until they work out their as
sessments. During the last yearthe Vassar girls
consumed 45 tons of fresh meat, 21 tons
of smoked meat, 2 tons of poultry, 3
tons of fish, 5 barrels of mackerel, 28,
000 clams, 412 gallons of oyster, 5 bar
rels of pork, 2l- bariflsof flour, 2 tons
of buckwheat, 36 bushels of beans, 1,
S19 bushels of potatoes, 8,409 down of
eggs, 93.C02 quarts of milk; 8,005 bana
nas, and 22.C11 oranges.
Londoner are now going in for sea
Irithing at their owi homes, without
titj. eiptrjve of traveling to Mayate and
Brighton. One of the railway com
panki offers to deliver fresh w-a water
every morning at one's own door fwr
ixptDc or a gallon, so that the
tay-at-home may Live his morning
dip before going down to breakfast.
The Norwich (X. V.) Ttk'jrum telU
a queer story of a cow that was regu.
larly milked by a snake. On a watch
being made in the field by the owner
lie saw a monster adder or milk-snake
in close proximity to her, and watch
ing, he soon discovered tho au of
the shrinkage in the cow's milk. Tho
snake reared itself, and, seizing a teat,
commenced extracting the lacteal fluid
in the most approved manner. The
cow stood perfectly still while being
milked by this poisonous reptile. Al
ter watching the operation for a time,
tho gentleman dispatched tho reptile,
which was found to be of enormous
proportions, measuring between four
and live feet in length, with a body uh
large as a man's arm.
Two young fellows named Met! rath
and Dolemnn, who have peregrinated
through old mining camps lor some
time, picking up odds and ends, ar
rived at Truckcc, (Jul., visiting tho
old smelting works below town. In
nil smelting furnaces there is a certain
amount ol leakage of tho bullion
which works on down through tho
the furnace and penetrates tho rocks
and flooring. The young men referr
ed to were sufficiently versed in min
ing matters to know that there is a
largo amount of bullion scattered
among tho rocks below the funmcc,
and that it was worth money. They
went to Judgo Kciscr, tho owner of
tho smelting works, and offered him
one-third of tho profits of tho bullion
for tho purpose of working it up and
selling it. The Judge closed tho con
tract, and after six days' labor tho
young men produced as tho result of
their adventure sixteen burs of bul
lion, weighing about ouo hundred
pounds, and from uu a:iy test val
ued at no less than f l,40u, bo tliut the
young men mudo ubout $87 cucu per
iluy by their speculation.
Bleak, chilly March and November nro
tho two worst months of tho year for those
suffering with pulmonary discus".. Keep
)t. uuii uoitgn syrup near ty umi such
uffcrcra will bo able to brave the rough
weather without danger. Price 23 cents.
The Hoiho that Albert (front Built la
The houso has never yet been In.
habited. Mr. I J mm began building
it in August, 1S72, paving acquired
the freehold site by a protracted series
of negotiations. Mr. T. J. Knowles
was tho architect. The style in
which he built was a mixture of lie.
naissance and Italian. Tho material
is stone. The size of the rooms is very
great, and makes them suitable only
for public purposes or fur a person
whose chief object in owning the
house would bo to give great enter
tainments. The exterior is not mag
uiticent architecturally, except by
reason of its size and obvious coslli.
ness. It is a villa built of most valu
able materials, and very large ami
well-proportioned, but has little
charm of style. The interior is grand
er and more striking. It is decorated
by Mr. Frederick bang. The portico
is supported by two great pillars of
red Aberdeen marble, and this gives
admission into a lofty central hall,
from which on each side rise marble
stairs, lighted by windows of colored
and ornamental glass, the landings
supported by stone caryatids. This
vestibule is paved with mosaic, and
leads to side halls which give access
on the left or east to the picture gal
lery, on the right to tho dining-room,
etc. Tho main feature on the cast
side of the house is the long music
saloon, with a lofty ceiling painted
in French style, with CupiiOJ playing
tho Fan-pipes, the lyre, and instru
ments unknown to the ancients the
liddlo and the violoncello. The walls
arc decorated half with portraits of
fcir l'eter Lcly's beauties and half
with pictures of Continental beauties,
and the doors leading to the picture
gallery represent in the foreign half
ot the room Versailles, and in the En
glish half Richmond. The picture
gallery is nearly as long a9 the ball
room and leads into the blue drawing,
room, which has panels of light blue
inclosed in frames of cream and gold.
On the painted ceiling the Loves aro
playing with flowers, and shooting
with tho bow. Across tho glass
domed conservatory (a prolongation
of the entrance liali) the way is made
into the yellow drawing-room, where
tho panels are yellow and the frames
blue. On the painted ceiling Love
has grown to Hymen, and accompan
ies his mother with a lighted torch
in his hand. A long passage leads to
the dining-room, divided at will in
two by a 6creen which rises up or
sinks after the manner of a portcullis.
The Loves on the ceiling tread the
winepress, lish annong the water-lil-ies,
slioot at ground game and carry
feathered game home. On the same
floor arc a library with portraits of
Chaucer, bhakespeare, Milton and
liacun; a billiard-room, dressing
rooms and morning-rooms. There
arc three floors above, from which, in
front, a line view of Kensington l'al
acc and gardens is aflorded. The un-
,,U ci'-ground accommodation is large
enough to contain nan tnc cellars in
llarley street. The house is warmed
by hot-water pipes under brazen
gratings. The floors are in tnarquet
erie, in oak, and in pitch-pine. The
skirtings in the passages are of mar
ble ; those of the dining-room are of
The grounds contain an orangery,
lakes (on which on Saturday canoes
were placed), beautiful plantations of
trees, etc., and give access, through
paths difficult to discover for any ouo
who has not the map of the country,
to an American bowling alley, green
houses and the stables. The stables,
with sixteen stalls and four loose box
es, might have well been let separate
ly, but appear to have been long un
tenanted. In the garden in front of
the house there is a large triple elm.
A lime tree wa. left in the public
path on setting back the boundary
railings to give regularity to the
A Home for Aged Clergymen.
Troy (N.y.) Timet.
Very few Trojans are aware of what
has been done during the last four
years at East Line. Six acres of wild
woodland have been purchased, a neat
little church erected, and a spacious
and beautiful bonce completed as a
borne for aged ministers. A garden
well-stocked with vegetables has been
ftarted, shade trees planted, and the
whole face of the scene metamorphos
ed. Features of the exercises were
not only the fourth anniversary of
this work, but especially the recogni
tion of the completion of the Homo
for Aged Clergymen. It is intended
as a quiet country residence for a few
aged ministers who have passed the
limit of active work by reason of
years aim liinrmuies. mc Bpacious
rooms are neatly finished, showing the
natural grain of the wood. On one
side of the central hall is a large room
for social purposes that may be called
a reading-room. On the oilier sido
ore a parlor and dining-room, and back
of these a large kitchen and inclosed
wood-shed. On the second floor are
six sleeping apartments and a spacious
central hall. The building is the de
sign of Col. Oregg, of Granville. One
pretty featuro of tho parlor and read-
lng-room, is the utieeu Anno lire.
places. One of these is the gil t of Mrs.
Erastus Corning und Mrs. J. V. I.'
i'ruyn, of Albany, the other of Miss
Tweedle, of tho same city. The stair
case was given by Miss Electa Maun,
of ilallston. Other prominent parts
of the building were gifts of Hon.
James M. Mann, of Saratoga, ami oth
ers. Ily the side of the house U a well
ot clear, cold water. The first use the
water was put to was to baptizo the
child of the man who due the well.
lhiilding materials at low figures (at
the time of its erection) and economy
in management have brought the cost
of tho house within $;i,00U.
American (1'iirl.) Itciflster.
All Americans should make a
Rriiimt'e to the ltistrestliijf.plticcof iho
If rait Lafayette ut the- cemetery of
Piepus. It has been said that it
becanio necessary to abandon ihu
ceuieUiry because it was gut'octl
with dead. This is an error; the
room was not lucking, but tho place
of interment was badly situated lu
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1830.
the midst of a quarter thinly popu
lated, but rich; it was beside tho "sub
ject of the diatribes of tho aristocrats
und of the contre revolutionists." Tho
result was its removal. During the
early part ol tho Ueign of Terror a com.
ctery being needed, choice was mado
of a sort of desert, which backing up
anainst the very walls of La Folio
Chnrtres, that is to say theFarc-Mon-ce.iti
ol to-day, was bounded by tho
old wall d'eneciuto tho Kue Valois
and the Kuc du Uochc, This was
called tho Cemetery do Mousseanx, as
known officially, but nil tno people of
La Ft'iitc Fologne called it the-Cime-tierc
des Errancis." It was "inaugur
ated" in July, 1795, by the burial of
Charlotte Corday, one of the very
first to be interred there. It received
also all the 'hard-cases'' of tho revo
lution. The cemetery was very
soon closed and never again usea.
lleforc the lSth brumaire no more in
terments were mado there, and its
very existence seemed to be ignored.
A cabaret" was established "on its
site, and people drank, sang, and
danced there. Tho annexation of that
suburb of Faris caused this "petit Ti
voli'' to disappear. The construction
of the Boulevard Malcshcrbcs and tho
extending of the ltuc Miromenil scat
tered nearly the last remains of this
ancient cemetery. All that is left of
it now is a fragment close to tho walls,
and some ball players come together
there occasionally to enjoy themselves.
Ficpus, La Madeleine, and Les Er
rancis were, therefore, tho three de
positaries of the victims of the guillo
tine. July 14.
July 14 occupies much the same
place in the heart of a Frenchman
t hat July 4 does in the heart of an
American. On that memorable day
the Eastilo fell, and its fall was the
rise of liberty. It is no pyrotcchni
cal extravagance to say tnat on the
ruins of that old prison was erected
the temple of liberty for France and,
largely, for the world. That was in
1789. La Ilastile was the political
prison of France. Behind its thick
and almost impenetrable walls, as
well as in its dark and putrid dun
geons had been buried many a secret
state, many victims of oppressive roy.
alty and despotism. That it were
looked upon as one of the most objec
tionable monuments to the true lovers
of liberty and independent thoughts
is not to bo wondered at.
Speaking of the fall of Bas
tile and the French Dcclartion of
Kights (a companion-piece to the
Declaration of Independence), Lay
layette said: "May this great monu
ment raised to Liberty serve as a les
son to the oppressor and an example
to the oppressed." That prayer,
worthy of the grand friend of Amer
ica in her hour of sorest need, has
been more abundantly realized than
could have been anticipated then.
It is profoundly interesting to note
the vicissitudes through which Lib
erty has passed in reaching its present
high and secure position in France.
Tho good accomplished when Lafay
ette wrote as above, was soon to be
subverted, and the cause of justice
nut to shame by tho horrors of the
keign of Terror. Had it not been for
that out-break of frenzy, it is proba
ble that the first llepublic would
have been as stable as the American
If the leaders of the masses had not
given free sway to all their baser pas
sionsand prosecuted unmercifully their
work of vengeance with blood drip
ping hands; if they had shown more
conservatism and governed without
aid of the guillotine; in a word, if
there had been no Robespierre there
would have been no Napoleon. The
cruelties of the former made possible
the despotism ot the latter. The
blood of the guillotine was the seed
of the wars which devastated Europe
under he who died at S.t. Helena.
For more than half a century France
had little occasion to celebrate the
11th ol July, and lor a greater part of
that lime such a celebration was look
ed upon by the Government as a spe
cies of treason. Uut now France is a
Kepublic, with no reason to appre
hend a restoration of either the Bour
bons, the Orleanists, or the liouaparl
ists. The French Kepublic is haiuly
less bccure than the American Kepub
lic. The amnesty of the Communists
of tho siege ot Faris period bespeaks
the confidence of the Government
itself, and the future is morally cer
tain tu justify that confidence.
There could be no grander bight
than this, of a great nation foremost,
really, in all Europe, establishing tin;
principles of republicanism in the
midst uj' intrenched despotism. France
is a land of liberty and law, not of
law at the expense of liberty.
This Kepublic may be called a
growth of the wilderness, but tho
French Kepublic. hail to contend
against the most disheartening obsta
cles. It was likt! trving to raise corn
in a city to develop repuolicanisin in
old France. It look Icih than a decade
to reach the decree of security in
growth here which required nearly a
century there. Mr. I'aine churged
Mr. Burke, and not without ivaon,
with pitying the plumage but forget
ting tho dying bird; so much more
did he sorrow for Marie Auloiuelto
than for tho oppressed people; and
the world has become accustomed to
think more of the horrors of the
French Kcvolultou than of its benefi
cence. But tho glory of the latter
vastly ouuhiucs the lurid flames of
A peculiar allair lias just transpired
at St. Petersburg. A you.ii widow,
left penniless, who tried every ordi
nary means to earn a living but fail
ed, resorted to stralcy. Assuming
tho name of her dcceacM busband, she
donned male attire, obtained employ
incut in a luctoi y, un I worked there
for years, tniiliscovcred and contented,
after a while slio met it yottn woma n
who was maltreated by Iter y irents,
and, in order to save her from perse
cution, proposed marriage, after hav
ing informed her ot her own sex. Tho
wedding ceremony was ituly perform
ed, and ihu pair lived happily until
tho facts were discovered auu exposed.
Tho pair were arrested und held for
trial, hut tho courts arc so puzzled
by llio case flint il has been senl to the
senate, for dcuiiion.
11 Kmc A l,.
15 Years Jtcforc the Public.
Dr. C. MoLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh h heir to," hut in nffa timis of
the Liver, nnd in all bilious Complaints, l)ys
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 uncqualcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER l'll.L.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and Fuming Pros.
SUg' Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING UKOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLiine, spelled differently but
8TOVKS AND TIN WAI(K.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER Si SHEET-IKON WAKE
A LI. KINDS OK J0H WOKK UOXK TO OltDEIt.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - , - Illinois
gOOTS AND SHOES.
All Sorts, Stjlci and Hi.s at
C. K O C H'S,
ManafactDrrr and dealer
la the f cent Hind Kewf d and PrRKed Boot and
Shoes of all the latest styles, from the beat
St. Louis and Boston
Manafactarers. llss the largest and best selected
stock to be found In the city fr
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowest possible prices. Always on baud
a complete stock of leather and endings.
No. 90 Commercial Ae. I . fi !, Til
Bet. Fifth add Sixth Sis. f vanu, 111.
To Nervous Suffe.rm-Tlif Grsat European Rem-
fdv Ir. J. H. Simpson's Specific Medicine.
I)r. J B. Simpson's Specific Medicine la a posi
tive cur for Spermatorrhea, Inipnteitry, Weakness
nnd ii H discasKS resulting l rum Self Abuse, as Ner
vouk Debility, Irritability, Menu) Anilely, Languor,
Lin-Hiturie, iJepriwion ofSplrlts and funrtional du
raneements of the Ncrvons hysteria rem-rally l'alns
in Hack or Side, l.n.anf Jli morv. l'rematiire Old
A in oiid ciHi.-nm.'
thutli.ii to Con
ty and an early
u'rave, nr both.
No matter bow
nvnlcm may be
from exoe.e of
any kind, a shoit
coarse of lhi medinnu nl nri-l. re tno luel lumr
tlnus and procure ties th and bappiness, where be
fore was iifspoiidvufT ana Eiouiu 1 bo Specific
Medicine is beu.c Ufcd with wonderful suc-c-sa.
I'ampl.'lrta sent freuto all. Write for them and
yt fui particulars.
I'rire, Specific. $1 .f0 per psckage. or s'x pack
l'' s for $'i.0i'. Will tin ser.t by mail on receipt ol
money. Addre.n all orders.
.1. B. SIMPSON'S XIEPICINK CO.,
Nn.. U4 nd Main St.. Buffalo, N. Y.
COMPOUND SYRUP OP
1 ACKUTAIN KKMKDYKOK
CONC.KSTION OF TIIK LUNGS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
Hl'KKim.Y AND I'EKMASENTLY CUKK8
Congestion of the I.uiirs, Iln m bills, Consump
tion, Nervous i'ro'tratloii. Sbortuehs of Breath,
I'alpitation of ttit) Ilcnrt. Tn-mbllnjiof Iho Hands
i and I.lmbH, i'hyslcal and Venial Dcprrr-nlon, Loss
of Appetite, I.Ofs of uM'ijy, Locs of Memory. It
will rapidly improve the. weakness, ftincltoiis und
organs of the body, which ilupi nd for health npon
voluntary, .ciul-voltiulnry und Involuntary nervous
It acts with vliror. ctitlfiirHs.nd subtlety, owlnif
to the cr.iinlsitr biunionyof ilK Ingredients, akin to
pure bio id Itself, 'lis taste pleasant, auc Its effect
1) K Ji 1 1. 1 T Y.
St. John, N B.
Mr. James 1. 1-VHows, t'liemlst, H. John, N B,
Dear Sir:-Having used ; mr Compound yrnp
of llyi.ophofpli ti'i. iorsoioe tin.i In my practice. I
have no hi citation In rcconmr iiil.na it In mv pa
tien'S wl.o ur Ulireilnu from .'"ueral (lebblty.or
an) -disease of th limy, kiinslnir that uven In
ruses utterly hopelt nk, itaOi.ids relief.
I am, sir, yours irulv, H, (1. ADDY, M. D.
SOI.I) BY A I.I. Dltl'COlSTH.
A til! NTH.
Outfit liirnlslir'd free, with full tn
striirtloiis fur contluetinK tho most
Drollliinlv ousineHs tliut uny one can
etiiiL'1' lu. The truthless Is so easy
m iciirn, m o our instructions are so
slmiilir untl tlbln, that any one ran
irnau pr-m -om. irnni mhj puirv. io iiuu r.rwi inn
who is wlllluif to work. Women are us Hiccesful
as men Bovs ami vlrls can earn lr:;e sums
Many bnvu ninth' fit tlte htisineM ove r one hundred
dollars In a aluulo week. Nnlhliiit like It ever
known before. All who etii;S-e aro stirnrlsd at the
ease and rnpldlly nllh which they am able to nuike
money. You can eni'itee In ih!" business dttrino
your xpHre time at gri-nt pmflt. You do not have to
ln-'t rnplliil In It We take all tho risk. Those
who need rcmiv mtmev. nbonl'1 w tlie to us at ones,
All rnmMi'd fruu. A del re Tit UK & CO., Am
A- tn week In your own ti.vn, J outfit f"e. No
JS)l)i'l,'k. Kva'lnr, If you went h business nl
ts which pernons ol eithi'r sex ran make ureal
dar all the limn tliev work, writs for particulars to
UltOCEUlKM, BOOTH AM) SHOES.
TIIK BOSTON STORK
C. CllOSSON, dealer In
g n o c :k II I ES
Provisions, Green, Dried and dinned
fruits, yueens, uiiish wood
HOOTS and SHOES
The ltost Itraiid of Flour
always on huud.
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SHth year ol puMlcntlon. The old .lefle-soiiiiin
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should bu taken lu every Democratic Tamlly lu Ihu
IT CONTAINS ALL TIIK NKVYS,
Market Knpnrts, a Choice Selection (if It.iadlnR
Matter aud Hound Democratic Intelligence.
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OUAY'H NPKCIF1C MKDICINK,
TRAD! MRK.Th(JrentKuKllsli'lUADE MARK
Hemedy, an mi
fallliiK r'"'" for
linioleiicy. aud all
Ureases that fol
low aa a conse..
qttuuco of self
Tt C mi' HtlU.Ui n lonn ui
UOIOre laKinRmemory, unlvetsul
lasslltido, palr'u tho back. , dl'n-ifW ToVin-
uess or vision, preniaturn oio age,- (
uiiil many other diseases that lead to tusanltyor
coiisiiiiipflon and a premature crave.
Full partlenlars In our pamphlet, which wo do
kirn to nntl trail hv mall to every one. The sue-
(IHi medicine is sold by ull dniKRlsts ot l per
paekairt, six Tor JS, or win tin tent tree ny nmu on
reei Int. of lh moutiy by adtlnisslnitTHK OltAY
MKDICINK CO., No. 9 Mechanics blot k, Detroit
Midi, Moid In Cnlro hv Hurc'.uy llros., 1'iul U
Hcbuli and Ueo. K. O'lJara.
.i in tiff
y am mm Ha u
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mran Cured, Not Merely Itclievet
And Can Trove What we Cialm.
HyThere am uu failures and no disappoint
ments. Ifymi urn trouhli-d with hjtJK IIKAD-
At-'HK you can be easily and uiilckly cured.
hundreds have be.ru already. Wu shall be pl
to mall sheet uf teetlnioiilnlii to any InlerioTtir.r
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Alio cure all rorms of llliiousness. prevent Const!
pallon and Dyspepsia,, promote Dliteslion, rellevu
tlialrcsa from loo hearty eatlnu. correct Disorders
or the Stomach. Ktimufatti the Mvirr. and I!eirtilat
tho llowels. They do all this by taklnir Jn.t one
little pill at a done. They aro purely vegetable, do
not (jripe or pure. nnd aru as nearly perfect as
It Is posslblu for a pill to be. I'rlco ffl certs, 5 for
1. hold bv drucclHts everj where or sent by mail
( AftTElt .MtlDlclSK CO.. EKIE. rA.
I XDI A X
To make a onart of nu dlcluc guarsnteed to cure
...... in.; .JUIIIU, ljsprpsia. i.tvi-r Trotiblv.
hlilney i-aknes. or (General Di bliitv, .,-nt by
mail, post paid, for iV.. or TipackaRea ior 11 Ad
drt .1 ALONZOdKEKNE. Indian Doctor.
Mij l'ine trjt ,ht. Louis. Mo.
A X K A It and eini-nai-s i
ai'ents. (mtflt frrft An.tn... I'
VlC'KLHV. Augusta. Main'
DVEHTl!El:S! rend for our K. ie.t I.i.t of L.
eal newspapers. Oeo. I'. Lowell ,v Co., lb
Spruce M., N, V.
Al'ANTED.-Mannfacturlni; roncirn waLts a
btuims man tn Cairo, an 1 IneMTy cil mot al-
ri.ili' ImI..... A l.u, l.nn.i....i j. .ii ' ' .
. .iuii.iivu uuiiitr. nrcc'isary to
pay for u od on delivery afier orders have been
serured for the same. ner month profit
Kuamnt-ed. The most search itt Invfsti-ation
solicited A. S A UN OLD A CO. i ori.er Ir.i
Street and llroadway, Itrookljn, N, Y.
J.ESTEY &,C2 Brajtleboro VI
twrft"t!T yr-. Prnnotine.1 the ti t,r lti aigh
Ml uirdirnl ft'itlioril.. ib llir win 14 liii. Ii liil
awn it 111 W.iri r Ki-ni-.i,.. inrt at ir: i.7
bulii irj Ut j.'hu, W E SCHitrrtLIH CO NT
Inun Petont Ret'ni
DR. KLINE S GREAT
I'T 1M. HBAiian I...'. vina.hn. ' i y .Nr.
Ltt li,mL n-A I'm. JlT.,'...
Isrii xitLB If utta a (llrrrtrt. A' An ar
iritday mr. 'Irrtlr a,l K trial bottlHr--.l
r;tiiiiitiia.thev Mi!tiintirm4tfi, SVn4 nai
Arcb L 11.1.ii. a l a. upnnctpultrutyut
Uhnnt m'dVrtna. ALLAN'S 80LTO.E MCDl.
( ATP.D UolOlES. ratcnted Ociolxr J4.
o. 1 will eore any rase In fonr drs. or 1
No. 2 will cure the mut obstinate cae. n-t im'.wr
Of how l',D.indniic.
No nauss.uis do- of entwbs, e opalha or oil of
"H'II wiki'I, that are ceruia to proilues dytH-r' a
y desirnyina' tlis eoatltm of th t.nn.-a. No
syTtairesor MtrinKant lajMrtion to pr.ducs other
s rloti rot.i;l,cauon.
I'rire U :A hof.ti FT ALL DBt'GT.LSTS, or
Bailed o receipt of tim e.
for I'f her prtleulr send for eirenlar.
P. O. H i MIX J C. ALLAN CO., U John Ptreat,
Weofl. r jU0 reward f.ir any car ; tb j will not
Vmcfc.iafc and sore cur.
f iv l.ilv ih.t M'titl u . t ii . ir
m m m ' -
i... ...ni.,.-Mt..n ti . nr.. nf .'irres.
thin f ree ty k iii, irai
iiij 1""'.. n .v,. . -
f.., i ,.l ti, 1,11 Aureus M. Vol' Mi, 1ft
Cireenviicu Street, Sew I urs.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK :
I (IK, Rf.l lfl ANI SAiT.H UlR lllf. Vl. l.foy,
fiKliiptfinn-'l. I" t.rain, Mwliuiir., ILnhttili, Pr '.r U,
fli,l. iiU, l IK Sirk, llrbil'liua, IhM..I, H'. (..l ..rw..., Ac,
A. I'tii. Sp. 'm.o i'pr '. ajur.HJ.H. fci'jVXJfcIt
Ul Vnilh "11. Stwt, llru iliia, X. .
Superb Uolidny F.ditlon.
r"J"l " .. . ...
hnnnit flint filntrn.
f tj.rt sent ii4 n t-rem.
n. cm'. uratTll
MflNTMIV n ill r
fiill Iub. t'a, Wl Eul SttltU BtreelN. Y. l'i!y."
J'oiuue ou book.'jCtuts; reuiitered m.i.., to'
EARS Full THE MILLION'.
Fo Clitm's liulsitm of Shark' Oil
Positively IfeMores I lie Ilearlna. and Is the Only
Absolute C ure for Deurnesa Kiiown.
This Oil Is extracted from a peeuimr species of
small White, Shark, ram-lit in tbe U'imiw Sea.
known as Cnrcharodon Itondeletll. Every c l.inesr
fisherman knows It. Its virtues as a re-torutUe of
tieiirine were discovered bv a Buddhist 1'rle-t iibtml
the year Mill. Its cures were so numerous ulld
pinny so secmlnirlv nilrnruloii. Hint Hie remedy
was officially proclaimed over Ihu entire Km;, ire.
Its use became so ht Iverml that forever Kto years
no tle'ifeness has existed amotl the thlrese peo
jilti. Sent, charges prepaid, to any address ut 1 per
'0t'll!' (inly Imported by II AY LOCK A i ..
soijr. aoknts ion a rkk'a. 7 Dey ht,, New York.
Its virtues ant iiti(iiestlonabln and Its curat Iv
character alisolute, as the writer can pe sonally
tcstlfv, both from experience and observation.
Amoiiu' the many readers of th review in one
part and an ther of the eonntrv, It Is proluibte that
numbers nr allln ted with deiitness. and to sucb It
limy be said: "Write st once to Iliiylock A Co., 7
Dey HireM. New York, t nrlosrnir 81, nnd you will
receive by return u remtdv that will euithlu yon to
hear llko anybody else, and whoso curative effect
will bit permanent. You will never reuret doing
so." Kdltor of New Y'ork -Mercantile Id view,
Kept, '.'r.lh, 1HK0,
Outfit sent free to those who wish to en-
esii in the most pleasant nnn proutiinie
huslnesa known, j-vervtiiitiK new .
L'aiiital not reoulred. Wu will ftirulsh
everytblntf. Jllift day nnd upwards is yet
easily niailii without Maying awny from
homo over nlcht. No risk whatever. Wauy new
workers wantetl at once. Many are mnkltitr fort
unes at the business. Ladles mako as much a
mnii.nud vountr bovs and ulrls maueKi'eat pay. No
one who is willing 'to work falls to make mora
mum y every day than can bo made In o week nt any
oilier employment. Those who cnxitK n 'l('0
will fled n short road to fortune. Address. II.
UALLKTT Jt CO. i l'ortlttud Walufl.