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ITEMS OF HTEREST
Costly shoes (or wear with lino street
costumes are made with tops that roll
over and are lined with silk and em
broidered to match the costume with
which they are worn.
A French monk has been imprisoned
for a month for remarking to one of his
comrades that the Taris police, during
the recent expulsion of the Jesuits were
like dogs following the holy sacrament.
A girl only 8 years old was nrrostctl
for drunkenness at Jewell. To com-
ileto the disgraceful picture, the polico
et her lie ten hours insensible in a cell
This "vin de Chamrmync" color is a
handsomo gilded shade combined with
pale rose. Some marvelous toilets are
making of satin and brocartl in this
color, which combines well with all
"Jefferson Davis' Memoirs," it is
stated, will not be given to the public
until April next. The Appletons have
the first volume in' type, but they are
delaying the publication until the second
volume is ready.
llufus Hatch's Iron Steamboat com
pany has closed a contract with Phila
tlelphia and Chester boat-builders for
eight uew iron steamers to be finished
May 1, 1881. The amount involved is
Rev. L. W. Iiiieon, of Norwich, Conn.,
has started a new tcmpcranco move
ment in which he recognizes the need
of a certain limited sale of spirituous
uquors, and also of places oi entertain
ment for young men,
Mr. Thomas lirasseny has bought from
Sir John Macdonald 6-1,000 acres of
land in Canada, ntthe foot of theKocky
Mountains. He mav now havo from
1,200, to 1, COO working Urn ants, with
from "forty to fifty acres each."
Tho holy synod of Russia has decid
ed upon erecting an orthodox church in
the city of San Francisco. The priest
of tho Russian chapel of New York has
recently petitioned the holy fr-ynod for
permission to erect uu orthodox church
in that city.
King Oscar, of Sweden, gave 120,000
crowns toward the expenses of Nordcn
skjold's expedition. The total cost of
the expedition is said to hnve been
419.177 crowns. Nordenskjold's ac
count of his voyage is shortly to bo
published in German, at Leipsie.
Dr. William Sharswood, of Philadel
phia, is giving his time and efforts to
ward founding a great museum of prac
tical art and applied science in connec
tion with tho university of tho South
at Sewanee, Tcnn., owned and con
trolled by the dioceses of the Kpisropal
church comprehended in the ten States
lying south ami southwest of Virginia
In excavating for the St. Got hard
Tflilwny near Amsteg, a magnificent
glacier garden, a series of so-called
giants' kettles, or enormous holes torn
in tho rock by tho action of glacier
millstones, has been laid bare. One
half of tho garden lay across the rail
way track, and had to ho blasted away,
but the other half has been walled
round, and will bo carefully preserved.
Frinco Ilismarek, says n Ilerlin corres
pondent, has sent a commission to Al
boco to study tho condition of tho work
men there, especially witli regard to
their dwellings, which are somewhat on
tho English cottago principle, every
man living in his own house. This nys
ten seems to be in favor with the chan
cellor, who wishes it to bo introduced
all over Germany by government help.
Ho conjectures that this plan would go
a long way to satisfy tho lower classes
and make them dependent on the state.
Tho new street coaches in Philadel
phia, after a week's trial, are pronounc
ed a great success. They go lull all the
while, aro more comfortaulo than cars
or stages, each passenger is suro of a
seat, and the roads are so varied that,
by transfers, any part of the city may
be readily readied. Those now in use
hold eight persons, and are drawn by
ono horse. Additional ones uro to bu
of double Bizo, for two horses.
' Rkv. A. Oi'iTZ, 'of Schlelsingcrville, M is.,
an honored German minister, writes: "1
was i luflurcr with rheumatism for years.
Ftictvli recommended tho use ot the St.
Jacobs Oil; I tried it and must confer thut
the result was astonishing. Having ImnJIy
used up th first bottle, I found relief, and
tho second una cured me. I therefore fed
under obligations, and shall recommend
this effective timiwly whenver I have a
Fattier, who travel) the road so late?
"Hush, inyrhllil, 't the candidate;
Fit cjamplc of human woe
Early ho comes and late he rods.
lie greets the women with courtly er.ice,
He klssM the baby's .l.rty face,
Ho calls to tho fence Hie farmer at work,
He bores thu merchant, he bores tin clerk.
The blacksmith, while his anvil rings
lie greets, and this Is the song he slugs I
" Howdy, howdy, howdy-dot
How Is your wife, and howare you?
Abl It tits my fist as no oilier cm,
The horny band of the working man."
" Husband, who Is that man at the gate-?"
" Hush my love, 'tis the eaudldatc."
"Husband, why can't he work like youT
"Has ho nothing at home to do? "
" My dear, whenever a man Is down,
No cash at homo, no credit In town,
Too stupid to preach and too proud to beg,
Too timid to rob and too lazy to dig,
Then over his horse his legs he flings
And to the dear people this song he slngii '
' " nowdy, howdy, howdy-do?
How Is your wife, and how are you f
Ah! It fits my list as no other can,
The horny hand of the working man."t
Brothers, who labor early and late,
Ask these things of tho candidate:
What's his record? How does he stand
At home; no matter about his hand,
Be It hard or soft, so It ho not prono
To close over money not his own. i
lias be In view no tillering plan?
Is ho honest and capable? he Is our man.
Cheer such a one till the welkin rings.
Join In the chorus when thus he slugs:
"Howdy, howdy, howdy-do?
How Is your wife, and how arc youT
Ah! It fits my fist as no other can,
The homy hand of the working man.
OUT OF THE ST0EM.
BY M. C.
No. there were not many women in tho
world who, unless they loved already
would havo looked with disfavor upon
Guy Ravensden; not many who, heart
free, but would havo gladly given their
lives into his keeping ; and although
Grace Thornton, looking back from this
hour, just after tho wedding ceremony,
knew she never had loved him, 6he also
knew that she would do her best, her
greatest best, to never let him regret
what ho had done,
It was almost heart-breaking that she
did not love him, could not lovo him ;
for ho was so entirely enthralled by her,
so perfectly devoted, aud was ono of
those handsome, gallant men, who aro
irresistible in their way with women.
Resides, he had done so much in tak
ing her from her obscure position, and
placing her where all his world of so
cial exelusiveness, and wealth, and high
birth might know, and admire, and en
vy her as tho wife of such a man as
Guy Ravensden would have tocommand
admiration and envy.
Put, after all, the'half-pi'iful strange
ness of her marriage, poor child! after
tho half-shamed, half-wounded way in
which sho had apparently and so
indifferently received the congratulation
of her husband's guests after it all, ami
she and Guy were alono then hurt and
pained her so keenly that the knowledge
that he deserved so much and could re
ceive so little at her hands because sho
did not and could not love him.
And there was such possibility of ab
sorbing passion in even her face, in her
exquisitely curved and colored lips, her
lovely, white-lidded eyes passion, ami
devotion that the master-hand had not
yet aroused from its sleep and sho
was his wife.and lie loved her so dearly,
and accounted all things ha in the bal
anco with her love.
Something o such 'a feeling express
ed itself in his handsome face as he took
her caressingly in his arms.
"My precious little darling! my bless
ed little wife!"
And if ever a woman meant it Grace
meant it when she looked up in his face
with her perfect blue eyes, clear, pure,
and shining as a summer sky, and an
"You aro so good, Guy you are so
good to me! It seems as if it must all
be some wonderful dream from which I
will have to awake."
Ho held her beautiful golden head
down against his breast, with a caress
of such inlinito tenderness.
' "And you aro glad it is not a dream,
but a beautiful reality, Grade?"
She whispers her answer:
"Could 1 be sorry? Would any
woman bo sorry?"
Just a shadow of dissatisfied yearning
showed itself brielly in his face.
"Grace, look in my eyes a moment
yes, there, like that, while you say
something to mo you havo never said
yet, through all our courtship. Put
surely, my wife will tell mo she loves
me! Dear, did you know you have nev
er, in so many words, told me you love
Tho faintest little smilo curved her
lips. IIuw her heart sank at his tender
"Did I never really? Von know 1
nm never very demonstrative, Guy; but
but why, how absurd! Am 1 not
your wife? Of course I I love you!"
And tho sweet, hesitant words, that
stirred all his blood, carried with them
none of the heart-lireaking truth.
The days and weeks went by, every
one of them teaching Guy Ravensden to
love his beautiful wife more and better;
and so gentle, so good was she, that ho
never dreamed that tho sometime re
straint In her manner, the desperate,
hopelessly patient look in her eyes,
meant that her heart was starved,, be
cause ho could not furnish it its nour
ishment. That autumn, after tho closo of the
London season, he took her to his spa
cious, magnificent homo In Sussex, n
homo replete with every luxury that
devotion ami money could deviso anil
procure. Guests were invited, and
umong them was Cyril Kesterton,
That was tho beginning of tho end
tho day Cyril crossed Guy Ravensden' a
threshold yet it was u long time before
Guy understood It all.
Rut somehow ho was vaguely con
scious there wus something 'happening
somehow ho realized that something
Intangible was occurring; and it was
not very long after that vague- discovery
before tie learned that his wife was not
as sho had been before Cyril Kesterton
Then, when ho saw tho dclleloiu
light In her blue eyes, that ho had ho
jmsslotiately longed to hc theru when
ho heard her light, liiimiy laugh, us ho
had so often wondered lie did not hear
it uli! then the Jtmlotmy, the horror,
the- despair that overwhelmed hlin.
He struggled manfully to conceal
what lie suffered, but ho was not tin)
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telegram, sir, and left his regrets and
adieux with me for you, sir."
This in answer to 'Guy's interrogatory
"He's gone then, has he?"
The well-trained man manifested no
surprise at the white, desperate face,
or hoarse, restrained voice of his mas
ter. "Just gone; sir. Mrs. Ravenden or
dered the dogcart out for him."
"Yes that's all right."
And Guy walked on, half-dazedly
toward tho'lovely room where he knew
he would find her, and where he had
resolved to confront her with her sin.
She was there, just as he had expect
ed, and in tho dim light ho saw her
face was buried in her hands, and that
on her dress lay a picture, a man's pic
ture, he had no" doubt, and Cyril Kester
ton' s pieture.he could swear too without
seeing, and his wife his wife! he sVt
his teeth together crying because her
lover had gone.
She did not hear him until he was so
near that he stooned and picked up the
photograph crushing it in his hand.
Then she gave a little startled cry, and,
accustomed to the dusky shadows, he
could see a vivid flush surge over her
cheeks. And ho remembered how he
had often wished ho might be able to
bring just Mich a conscious color to her
face for love's sake. And here, tho
very first time, it was shame's sake, and
his'inlluenee, and her fear, instead of
"I was looking for you; I wanted
you," he said, tersely, even now won
dering how he could say the words that
would shut her out of his life.
"And I was wishing you would
come," she answered in d strangely
low, thrilling tone. "I wanted you,
too. 1 had 1 have something to let
Ah! he knew already, curses on Cyril
Kesterton's handsome- face! And" ho
crushed the picture in his furious grasp
"Do you remember once of hearing
mo speak of my only sister, whom I had
not seen since wo were children?
Well," and a rapid eagerness came in
her voice, "it seems so strange, but
Mr. Kesterton and sho" Guy started
and shuddered "have been engaged
souio time unlil quite lately, when
some foolish estrangement arose (it was
Addie'a fault, 1 believe, from what lean
learn), and the poor fellow is heart
broken over it. Uu has prayed nio to
intercede for him with her; he has given
me her address and her picture. Where
did you lay it, Guy? Only think my
own, own little sister, I did riot know
was alive! Oh! Guy, 1 am so thankful!
And I told Cyril I thought- I was .suro
he might hope after jui a little."
Guy hail sat there, listening with al
most 'fainting pulses, l,is i,.;,',,! reding
with rapturous relief, but wish such an
awful, dying sensation creeping over
him, that, at last, when she had" done,
she looked eagerly into his pule face to
bo terrified into w ild alarm.
"What is the matter? Yu are ill,
and I have been thoughtlessly talking
of things that do not interest you. Guy
what is tho matter? Oh, my darling
my darling! don't die just when 1 am
beginning to love you so!"
It was like a sudden elixir to him, in
the midst of that awful nervous pros
tration. "Grace! What! You lovo so well as
that? You love so' well as that?"
His voice trembled like 11 woman's,
nnd Grace went down on her knees tit
his feet, her glorious face uplifted, her
eyes endorsing the story her lips utter
ed. "Oh, 1 do-1 do! It lias conn? to 1110
like a heavenly revelation. Oh, my
husband, I thank heaven for the great
joy that it has sent to 1110! Take mo
111 your iiriiw, Guy, and say 'my wife!'"
The sudden revulsion of feeling
brought Guy Pavensden intense relief,
and he silently folded his wife to his
breast. The doubts and fears of his life
had suddenly passed away, leaving be
hind intense rapture, and so, out of tho
delist! storm-clouds cunm softest sun-shlne-out
of awful anguish tho chief
blessing of Guy Ravensdeii's life.
President John Tyler .iad a rcniarn
ably long nose, Journeying on one oc
casion to Washington to perform his
duties us a member of Congress, Mr.
Tyler observed in the same conveyance
a little man with a noso small, stumpy
nnd very much turned up. When a few
miles from Washington sonic one re
marked that they must be near Wash
ington. "Yes," said tho little man,
siiiilllng facetiously at the air, "I can
smell it." "Sir," siild Mr. Tyler, rising
from his seat ami speaking with solem
nity, while with ouo hand he rubbed
his in 'sc. "If you can smell Washing
ton with your none my noso must bo
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Manulacturer and dealer in Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and N'eatest
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Men's wear to le
found in the city.
No other shop can
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N. B.-All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
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Vwrlirli Between Commercial and
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Manufacturers, Ha the Invest nnd host selected
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Men's, Hoys', Ladies' and Children's
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11 complete Mock of leather and Undine".
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simple and pUin, that ul.y one ran
make great profits Irom the start. No one can fail
who Is willing to work. Women are a successf ul
n men. Ilojs and girls can t arn lar.'e sinus.
Maiiy have made at the business our one hundred
dollars ir a single week. Nothing like it ever
known before. All who engage are surerlsrt at the
ease aud nipltlity ith which they are able to make
money. You can engagu In ibis business durum
Tour spare time at gn at profit. Youdo not have to
invest capital in It. We take all ihe ri-k. Those
who need ready inonev. should wtiru to us at once.
Ail furnished free. Address TKL'K i CO., Au
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI 11'y.
TIME TAI1LK OK PASEMIEU TH.UNS KHOM
Vl.NXENNES (Nl)V. oO, l!?7l.J
No. 2 Pay Epre (Except hnmlay).... 1 :-n p. m.
K pros t Except Sunday) 1 : i. p. in.
" 4 Niht Express (Daily) 1 J :r0 a. m.
No. 5 Express (Except Sunday) a. m.
" 1 1 ii v Express (Except Sunday).. .':. p. in.
" 3 N'itit Express iDally) 1 :W a. in.
J. K. Ci.aik, C. S.Cone. .Ik ,
Agent Yiucenncs. oen. i icket .i t Cincinnati
CAIRO ST. LOUIS It. II.
JI. W. 8MITIIKKS, Kecelvcr.
SHORTEST SIIOKT LINE EETAVEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
'Ihrough Express leaves Cairo H:4.')a m
Through Express arrives at E. St. Louis.. 5:i p.m.
Through Express leiives E. St. Louis.... 9:Sia.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:liip.ni.
.Miirpliystioroaccomtnoilntliirileavesi. airo i :.io p.m.
.Me,. phj sboro Acc. arrives at Murphy shoro T:.'i p.m.
Miirtihi-slioro Ate. leaves Murnhysboro .. S:i)oa ni.
M.irphvshoro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :!ia.ni.
Tin-Cairo St. Louis Hall Knad Is the only nil
Kail Houte between Cairo aud St. Louis under one
management, therefore there ar! no delays at
way stations awaltlne connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections ut St. Louis with other
lines for North. East and West
J. A. NAl'OLE. L. M. JOHNSON.
Agent Ueteral M.mager.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Ijino Ilunninpr
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Thains. Leave Cairo:
H:lfj u T. Mriil,
Arriving In St. Louis 0:43 a.m. Chicago, ft p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and E III ugh am for Clnciu.
null, Louisville, Indianapolis nnd points East,
llilO u.in. Bt. Jjouiw ami "NWalorn
Arriving In St. Louis 7:03 p. m., and connecting
for all poluts vVest.
4:UO p.m. 3''nMt Kxpronai.
J or St. Louis and Chicago, arriving ol St. Louis
10:10 p.m., aud Chicago 7:'.'u a. in
iiliO p.m. ('iiH'iiiniitl JOxproBSj.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 n in.; Lotiisvlllo 7:80
a.m.; lt'dlniinpiills 4:im a.m. l'ussengers by
this train rearh the above points 1U to 3J
UoCKS In advance of any other routu,
rp"Thi4:i n, m. express has PUM'MAN
SLKEl'lNUCAK Ciuro to Cincinnati, without
rhatigiia, olid through sleepers lo Bt. toula an
Fant Tiin() li&t.
PiieuOlKCnPU ''.T llllu K" Ihrough to Hast.
I MSSeili;('lS ,.fn points without ny ill"y
cniiseil by Sunday Intervening. Tho Saturday after
noon traiu from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10:115. Thlrly-slx hours In advaucenr
aliv other route, , .
JfKnr through tickets nnd rttrther Information,
aiinlval Illinois Central Kullroiid Depot, Cairo,
J An, JOHNSON, J. H - lON KH.
Oen. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent,
i. 11, UANSUN, Ouu, 1'ass, Agent. Chicago,
sn mv ffif
gICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relh-vcc
And Can I'rove What wo Claim.
'syThcru aro no failures and no disappoint
ments. If you are, troubled with SlllTi I Eu7
ACHE you can bo easily quickly cured,
hundreds have been already. We shall lm ple"d
to maU a sheet of lesilmiiiiiula to any Interested. "
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms or Illliouness. prevent Ctmstl
psllou mid Dyspepsia, promote ingestion. reli,-v
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomath. htiniulate the Liver, and lieg-.;!ate
Ihe llowels. They do all this by inking just one
little pill at a (lo.e. They aru purely vi getable, do
not gripe or purge, and urn as marly perfect as
It Is possible for a pill to be I'rlce cel ts. 5 tor
$. Sold by druggists everywhere orient i.v ma '
CAKTEK MEDICINE CO.. ElilE. I'A
To make a (tiait of medicine gunr,ie.-,i ., , , r,.
Ilninors of the lllood. Jnspep.m. .n, r Tr.itil.l. s
hliiliey Weakness, or Oenerul Dehliiiv. s.-rt !,v
dress '"' 4V" ' r ' l'ekagts ior $1 Ad
J ALON.iJ (illKENE, Indian Dodor
"Iti I'lne St ,st. Louis. .V .
777 A Y KAIt nd i-xp ti. s to
O agents, outfit fr.e A-idr-s.. p
' ' O. yiCKLHY, Augusta.
DVEITIEl:s! teiidforour S.'.c r.lst j n
Spruces' n"''"' Ju'vuli :u
NEW ADVfcliTISLllE NTS.
AirANTED.-Manufacturliig foncerii want.
n '.!u ."I "' t-'1"'-" i Ineverv city 1B((i ;.
read v taken i A lew hundrt-d dollars Let.-.r- o
ieurf "fW d""Very oXrs'h.Vc'l eci
li.arant. ed. I lie inn-l searching inve stl.t-.m
;"d!,'d..A- , AltN"-" I" , VorLer ti"."
street and Ilroa.Iuy, lirooklyn, N, Y.
perfK-llr p'lt. I'roD'iniKv 1 ih ti t y Ihs n-rh-ut
med-l n'HhnrilM-. in inwi.ill ij.u u l -i. ,i
awar-l m I'J W.tH'- Ei.- .n-i ,i )-,
bull vjiitj,;jii3U. W H ICgltrriLlM CO . N T
it wrtl DR.KL1NE HCUfKT
't9 ttl Ho a l ti liihV.a.L ..... i n. u
iNrii Lins If Uien as oin-ti. A'. a.fur
Ordiwy iui, 'ireatlK and H trial lt elrvlo
V.tn,tieriU,lhey y'inieipnuMf. Sii1 nai.-:,
I. li. ar. l m.n-.j a.l irrM I., !), Kl.INK.yl
Wimnnt mcdl-lnc. ALLAUH SOLPPI.E MPDI.
( ATKl) Uol OlJiS. i'auntrd October It, luTi.
No. 1 will cure any ea In f.inr ilv. or less.
No. 3 will cure th moat uUt.uale iim ma u-r
Of bow ingUuditig.
So naiiseoiii dusea of enheris, enpuOj nr oil of
tendtiwood, thai arn eerum n pmdwidyspe,.,
y dcsiroylnir the eoailuirs of the t.ni,rb. So
lyrlnirsaor sstnnirciit injecuoii lu produce otui-r
a. rbiua coi.iphcail'iiit.
i-ric fj jd. SOLD TIY ALL DBI'OGISTi, or
mailed"! receipt of pr, re,
Forf her particulars send for elrmlar.
Ko.n..xJ3. J C.ALLAN CO., kJJi,n Street.
We oiler $3(0 reward fur aiy cut: they will Lot
Uulci.iafu and sure cure.
Orlady that sen !'. ir
addn s will reci i .i
thing fWr by .kin.', tiii.'.
may prove tho stepping-stone to a life i f ui e.
Ills especlilly ad:ihledto those who tin.' r-HiIo-the
fool -d the hill. Addreaa U. ol. NO, I..
, . ...... L.. ,.rlc.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK !
nil, ULi lI'l-i SND AC1s roRTIIK Mlll fuVj
li..l:ip.si! 1. W l.rm.r.. Mwlisnif.. M.Mliu-ti, t'r- f.
ftu-l.i U, or lit. Sick, Ii!H.l, Pi..' 1..I. Il',u..k J.,. Ac,
t- v.i. Sf.-ln..n Cp,v AadrmJ.ll. MufXtV,
Ul 1uuUi "ill siml, UrklT0. N. T.
ftluperto Holiday Ttlitlon.
&kizJi y O U K S .
i'Y7ll ""Vll I'" s O"
fc' t I t bound nnd Llustra-
ff H ted, sent a a pri n
mi P'. Fnoto' HEALTH
JTHI V. nt ?l P'r
ayfyeur. Sample f;ee, M.
Hill lul). CO., UaliuaTatU Street, H. Y. Cf.y.
yotUijii! ou Uooli 0 cents ; n t'i-teii J in.i.l, :ii.f
nnirklr lthnt(i fitililtritv; lfirMnnjr
Stij' Ctrrmr luini'. sTt..ii,
!.w A-hc, i(lHfun.wiNM Vorfc.
ATT0 Ts rs.l RMtnMttM nt
IIUL. llMllUliy. lllipeUiU' T, l"l
Xlllll .IT.lil.lt V.llllleM"rt!JM77."'" ""-I"
1CAKS VOKTIIE MILLION!
Foo CIioo'h Itiilsniu of ShiM'k'M oil
Positively llestores Ihe Hearing, and Is thu Only
Absoluli) Cure for Deafness Known.
This oil Is extracted from a peculiar stiecles of
small White Shark, caiiL'ht in the ellow Sea,
known us Cnreharodon Kondeletll. Every Chines,,
fisherman knows It. Its virtues as a restoriithe of
hearing were discovered by a lludilhist l'riesl about,
thu year 1IU. lis cures W"ru so ntimetoiii and
many so seemingly miraculous, that the rtmedy
wasoniclally proclaimed over thu entire Empire.
Its nsti became so in Iversul that Tor over 3oo years
nollfiifeness has existed among the Chinese peo
ple. Sent, charges prepaid, to any address ut 1 per
Only Imported by HAYLOCK CO.,
soi.K auknts fow AMKtui A. 7 Dey ht New York.
Its virtues are iinitlestlniiiiblu and Itscnratlvo
character absolute, as tho writer ran personally
testify, both from experience nnd observation.
Atnolist the tiiimv tenders of Ihe hevltwin ono
part iintfiin' titer nf the country. It Is probnble that
iiiimheriare nllln ted will deafness, and to such It
may be said I "Write at once to llaylock Co., T j
Dey Btrect. New Yoik, en losing l, ami yon will
receive by return a rumrdv that will enable yon to ;
henrllliii niiyhoily else, and whose curative etlccu '
will he permanent. Yon will never regret lining;
p-n." MHor of New Yirk .Mercnntllu Ituvlcw, :
Sept. Ui'lh, WMJ, 'i