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An industry of considerable value and
interest has just been lost to France by
the action of the authorities in expelling
the religious bodies. The manufacture
of tho well-known Chortreuso liqueur,
which has been for such a lono- time car
ried on in the monastery of that name,
is now to be transferred to the town of
llomont, in the canton of Fribourg,
where a considerable piece of land has
been purchased near tho railway.
The recent marriage of an acd con
servative statesman in England is a cu
rious story. Ho fell in Fovo with tho
daughter of a country gentleman. Tho
lady was a widow. The relatives of tho
statesman declared that they would not
receive her, so she wrote one day to tell
him that sho had married a gentleman
whoso ago was more suitable to her.
Nothing daunted, tho statesman has
now married the sister.
M. Munkacy, the distinguished Hun
garian painter, is at work upon an ex
traordinary largo picture twenty-fivo
feet long and sixteen wide for the next
Salon. Its subject is "Christ before tho
Judges." Tho Savior is represented
standing in the center of the picture be
fore Pilate, lie is clad in white gar
ments, and hU hands are bound behind
his back. The priests nro pouring forth
accusations, and tho populace tills tho
background. It is reported that tho
painting has already been purchased by
an American for Si'b.uOO.
Tho Guelph journals in Germany ex
hibit no littio irritation in consequenco
of its having become known that in tho
inscription upon the monument raised
by Queen ictoria in memory of tho
late King George the latter is referred
to as "Tho Last King of Hanover." Tho
Guelphs regard this as prejudging his
tory. So far from looking upon Guelph
rule as extinct in Hanover, they are at
present promising regal dignity to tho
little son recently born to Ihebukeof
The Qtiiney Whig says: A joke was
played on Conductor Belknap ut Hanni
bal's few days ago. Antony tho railroad-
cheeks was discovered a physi
cian's certilieato for a child that died of
pneumonia at Sherman, Texas. Tho
only thing that looked liko a coflin was
a box about four feet long and somo
fifteen inches wide which wa.s supposed
to contain the body of the child. Upon
examination it was found that it weigh
ed about two hundred and iifty pounds,
too heavy for a child two years old.
Somebody suggested that thero was a
strong smell coming from the box, and
that they could not take it on the train.
Belknap, in the meantime, telegraphed
to Galesburg and received orders to
put the corpse on the train, which ho
did. There was an old gentleman on
tho train and Belknap asked him if ho
had any baggage with him. Ho said
he had, and showed up his cheek, which
being compared with tho one on tho
curious-looking box, brought out tho
fact that tho box contained carpenter's
tools- Tho certilieato had been written
up by some of tho railroad boys at So
tfalia, or near that point.
AX INTERESTING LETTER,
IT lUNOS OF A OIIATEKUL n F.AUT AND CIVICS
1IONOK WHEItK IIONOIl IS WE.
Mr. S. W. Capps, t-f Scottsvillc, Macoupin
county, 111., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1880, to Dr. Swaync & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Ointment,'
having hnd the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three years, ttnd have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying one
thousand dollars but never una rnriwl r,f
that itching which annoyed mo almost to
.1 . ii tin v ...
oeaui. vt nen i uccaine warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and tho
only relict was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often ub six or Beven times in
one night. I concluded to trA your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and tho
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it ia the best Ointment in tho world, a ud
will recommend it to one and all ns such.
Swayne'i Ointment is sold by all drugudsts.
Why arc 4840 yards of land bought on
credit, like a drinking song! Because it is
'an aero on tic."
Why is a man who breaks a window and
then pays tho damago liko Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil in curing rheumatism. Be
cause it breaks the pain and then makes it
til right. Paul G. Schuh, agent.
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A Coming Miss.
A littio girl in Belfast recently drop
ped her (loll and broke its arm. Tho
doll was iv favorite one, and tho acci
dent was to tho child a calamity of tho
severest nature. The tears Mailed, tho
little lips were trembling with grief,
when a bright thought struck her. With
a beaming face, she exclaimed, "Papa,
I don't know ns 1 care, after all. Per
haps it will bo put in the paper."
The Monkey In Its Domo3tio Eulations.
In India, whero tho monkeys livo
among men, nnd nro tho playmates of
their children, the Hindoos havo grown
fond of them, and the four-handed folk
participate in all their sinjplo house
hold rites. In tho early jnorning, when
tho peasant goes out to yoke his oxen,
nnd tho crow wakes up nnd tho dog
Mrctches himself and shakes off tho
dust in which he has slept last night,
tho old monkey creeps down tho peepul
tree, only half awake, and yawns and
looks about him, puts a straw in his
mouth, and scratches himself contem
platively. Then ono by ono tho whole
family como slipping down tho treo
trunk, and they nil yawn nnd look about
and scratch. But they aro sleepy and
peevish, and tho youngsters get culled
for nothing, and begin to think life dull.
Yet tho toilet has to bo performed, nnd
whether they like it or not, tho young
ones are sternly pulled up, ono by one,
to their mother to undergo tho process.
Tho scene, though repeated exactly
every morning, loses nothing of its de
lightful comicality, and tho monkey
brats seem all to bo in tho joke of "tak
ing in inamtna." But mamma was
young herself not very long ago, nnd
treats each ludicrous affection of suffer
ing with tho profoundest unconcern,
and, ns sho dismisses ono "cleansed"
youngster with a cuff, stretches out her
hand for tho next one's tail or leg in
tho most business-like and serious man
Tho youngsters know their turn quite
well. As each feels the moment arrive
it throws itself on its stomach as if
overwhelmed with npprehension, tho
others meanwhile stifling their satisfac
tion at tho way "so-and-so Is doing it,"
and the instant the maternal paw is
extended to grasp tho tail, tho subject
of tho experiment utters a piercing
skriek, and, throwing its arms forward
in tho dust, Allows itself to be dragged
along a limp and helpless carcass, wink
ing all tho time, no doubt, at its brothers
and sisters at the way it is imposing on
tho old lady. But tho old lady will
stand no nonsense, and, turning tho
child right side up, proceeds to put it to
rights, takes the kinks out of its tail
and knots out of its fur, pokes its fingers
into its ears and looks at each of his
toes, tho irrepressible brat all the time
wearing on Lis faeo an expression of
hopeless and incurable grief, those who
have been already cleansed looking on
with delight at the screaming farce, and
thoso who aro waiting wearing a be
coming aspect of enormous gravity.
The old lady, however, has her joke,
too, which is to cuff each youngster be
fore she lets it go, and, nimble as her
offspring arc, site generally, to her
credit be it said, manages to "fetch
them on on the ears" before they are
out of reach. The father, meanwhile,
sits gravely with his back to all these
domestic matters, waiting for breakfast.
Presently the mats before tho hut doors
aro pushed down, and women, with
brass vessels in their hands, come out.
and while they scour the pots with dust
exchange ' between songs the compli
ments of the morning. Tho monkeys
by this timo have como closer to the
preparations for food, and sit solemnly,
household by household, watching ev
ery movement. Hindoos do not hurry
themselves in anything they do, but the
monkey has plenty of patience, and in
the end, when tho crowd has stolen a
littio, and the dog has had its morsel,
nnd the children are all satisfied, tho
fragments of the meal are thrown out
on tho ground for the "blunder orgue,"
tho monkey people, and it is soon dis
cussed, tho mother feeding tho baby
before sho herself cats.
The Best Beverage.
In an article upon "Science at Break
fast," contributed to a leading English
magazine, it is claimed that chocolate
is a healthier drink than either tea or
coffee. A cup of chocolato is an excell
ent restorative ami invigorating refresh
ment even for weak persons, provided
their digestive organs or not too delic
ate. Cardinal Richelieu attributed to
chocolate his health ami hilarity during
his later year. Tea and coffee do not
afford this advantage. Albumen in
tea-leaves nnd legumin in coffee-berries
nro represented in very scanty propor
tions. The praise of tea and cotl'eo as
nutritive substances is therefore hardly
warranted. Tea and coffee, though of
themselves not dillicnilt of digestion,
tend to disturb the digestion of albumin
ous substances by precipitating them
from their dissolved state. Milk, there
fore, if mixed wit h tea or coffee, is more
difficult of digestion than if taken alone,
and coffee alone withont cream pro
motes digestion after dinner by increas
ing the secretion of tho dissolving juices.
Open Secrets in Oookory.
Both doctors nnd epicures agree upon
rare meatthe former for digestion,
tho latter for taste, and that all meats
aud game nro the better for slight cook
ing, with tho exception of veal and pork
that they do not recommend at all.
It is quite common, now, for the physi
cian to order a sandwich of rare beef
that is, a slice of uncooked beef, minced
line, seasoned, and spread between two
thin slices of bread as far more nourish
ing for weak digestion than cooked
meats. It is only the idea of rawness,
it seems, that is in the wny, and not tho
taste, as when it is out of sight most
people can learn to liko this rarest of
beef, Tho same reason that ordains tho
juico must run in tho leg of mutton
when tin knife goes in, and that tho
game must only "lly past" tho kitchen
lire, Is behind this, and herein is why
broiledmeats aro so delicate and palat
able. Tho outside is bo quickly cooked that
tho juices within nro not effected by tho
lire. Just what happens to milk when
it is boiled, tho thickening of tho skin
on top, una what is seen also in a hard
boiled egg, occurs in meats; the albu
men the nourishing quality is burden
ed and toughened when meat Is too long
exposed to heat. So tho careful house
wife who puts her meat In the oven
early, well salted, and watches it from
CAIKO BULLETIN: TEUSPAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1831.
time to time as all the juices draw out
of it with the Bait nnd tho heat, until a
hard brown round or rib is ready to bo
put on the table, has really extracted
from the meat almost all its nourish
ment, and gives tho family a mass of
dried fibres to chew. This nlsooxplains
why much (ami most) frying spoils
good meat. The "surprise," asaFrench
cook says; is the main thing. You
must have a hot oven for whatever Is to
be masted, and a bed of very hot coals
for broiling, or fat that is hot enough to
send up a blue smoke for whatever is to
be fried, Then the outside is immediate
ly hardened over, and tho rest of tho
process must depend upon tho sizo of
piece. The trouble with most frying is
that the fat Is not hot, the meat, or lish,
or mush, or oysters nre left to sizzle a
lemg time, tiul'il they gradually brown,
by which time they are dry and tasteless.
But thu sudden plungo into smoking
not burning-fat, which tho quick
change of color on the tairface shows,
keeps all the taste and freshness in the
article to be cooked. So with all roasts
a very hot oven at first, and no season
ing until the meat browns, keeps tho
juices intact. But the joints mnst not
be suffered to burn, and the oven must
be cooled off' a little as soon as tho out
Eide is well coated. After this the old
rule of fifteen minutes to a pound can bo
varied to suit taste, and as tho house
hold can take its meat rare. But the
meat must be clastic to the pressure of
tho linger, or it is "done to death."
Fish also must bo vapidly cooked;
oysters require to be merely dropped for
a minute into the boiling liquor, because
tho juices of all these must not bo
suffered to toughen into leather, but
kept as nearly as possible uncooked.
Life In New Mexico.
A correspondent of tho New York
Tribune writes: Tho native Mexican
population of New Mexico partakes
more of the character of its Indian than
of its Spanish ancestry. Tho Pueblos,
who havo probably changed as littio as
any of the aborigines of this country
who have lived in constant contact with
European civilization, although that
civilization has boen of a rido kind,
taught tho Spaniards, with whom their
women intermarried, how to build mud
houses and the art of irrigating the arid
fields, whilo the latter in return gave to
Indians their language and religion;
and tho two people have, for tho last
200 years, lived side by side, pursuing
substantially tho same occupations, and
occasionally at war with each other, un
til about forty years ago, remaining dis
tinct in spite of their freque.it inter
marriages. Tho people of the Indian
towns, apparently, are to-day as pure
blooded as their ancestors of two cen
turies ngo, although they have, in tho
meantime, furnished wives for genera
tions of Spaniards and Mexicans.
I presume that there is no town in
the United States, certainly aone of
equal size of Santa Fe, in the s reets of
which as many Indians may be seen
every day in the week as in this. The
Pueblos have not adopted European
costumes, but still dress in blankets and
leggings, with bright-colored handker
chiefs tied about their heads. Thex.
live chielly by agriculturo auA stock
raising, and contribute not a little to
the supply of the city with meat, fruit,
and vegetables. It is a daily occurrence
for Pueblo Iudianf.to como to Sante Fe
from a distance of twenty or thirty
miles, bringing a quarter of a beef,
a dressed sheep, a hundred pounds of
"kitchen-garden sauce," fire-wood, ap
ples.peaehes, or grapes, or a few pieces
of Indian pottery upon their burros.
They peddle their wares about the
streets and drive very sharp bargains
with their customers. As a rule they
look as intelligent as the Mexicans, anil
some of the latter could not be distin
guished from them if they did not wear
the garments of civilization. I have
seen somo startlingly strong faces
umong the Indians faces upon which
the lines denoting character are very
deeply drawn, and faces that would ar
rest attention wherever they might bo
Tho Pueblo Indians, although not as
numerous as when this country was
discovered, are not, I believe, dying
out. What tho effect of the building of
railroads and the introduction of Amcr
ean civilization may be, no one can
tell. The ruins of their former cities
are frequently stumbled unon as ono
travels over the country, and it is by no
means uncommon to lind, far from any
present settlements, mounds that seem
to bo almost entirely composed of tho
fragments of ancient Indian pottery.
At San Marco Spring, about twenty
miles south of Santa Fe, there aro some
of these mounds, in which every spade
ful of earth that is turned up contains
half a dozen such relies, and a friend
who was walking over them with me
the other day, found a fragment of an
old bell as largo as a man's hand, upon
which remained some of tho ornamen
tation cast upon it as sharp in outline
as though it had only yesterday camo
from tlio mould.- No also saw tho
foundations of tho old corrals, ami
gathered many fragments of pottery,
the character of which is entirely dif
ferent from that now made. It may bo
that an Indian villago has existed on
tho spot since tho Spanish reconquest
in 1CJ2. and that the bell of which wo
found a fragment was onco upon a Pueb
lo church or chapel. Tho moro probable
theory, wo thought, if tho ancient char
acter of tho pottery picked up near it
is established, is that tho bell was taken
from ono of tho Spanish towns after the
Indian revolt of 1080; for history re
cords that the Pueblos at that time- de
stroyed tho churches nnd carried away
and broke up the bells, and it may bo
that tho Indian town itself was torn
down when tho Spanish returned, or in
some subsequent war.
m i m
Mother (to sixteen-year-old daugh
ter) : "So you enjoyed your walk, Kate.
Did you go all that distance alone ?"
"Oh, yes, mamma, quite nlono 1" Ob
jectionable younger brother: "Then
how is it, Kit, that you took out an um
brella and brought homo a
Tho Danbury News says : Danbury's
grateful policeman was ut breakfast on
Sunday morning, wrestling with a piece
of remarkably tough veal. His wife
said to him, "You always say there's
something to be thankful for fn every
thing. I guess you'd be puzzled to lind
anything to bo thankful for in that
Vttiil." "Not at all," ho cheerfully re
sponded, Mopoing to breathe; "I. was
just thinking how grateful we should bo
that we met it when it was young."
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AGMNTH WAN 1KJ) in every Coun
ty. Send for amil copv fr-o. Adilre,
IIANNEK OF UUMtTY. Klh-nvlllu, N. V.
A ft (' a w eek in yoar own town, ." out lit fru. No
Nlkltrirk Header, if you waul I bulne at
V w hich pern of either ei con make ureal
day all the time ther work, write for particulars to
11. II A I. LE TT A CO.. Portland.
Outfit lumlthi'd tree, with full In
struction for coihImi tinir the mmt
profitable bu-ines '.hat any one ran
engage In. The burner 1 o eay
to Team, ai d our in-tPic!ini. are o
imple Biid plfcln. that a:.y one raa
make crcat profit from Ine t:irt. No one can fail
w bo I wtlliue to work. Women are a- 'irceful
a men. liovi and liirl can earn iari-e 'ini.
Many have made at the buMnci- our out hundred
dollar In a finjrle week. Nothing like :t ever
knowu before. All w ho eni.'i.'e are Ht.riirinl nt the
eae and rapidity with which they are able to make
money. Yon can eni:L' In th' buMi:e during
Tour i-pare time at ureal profit. Youdo not have to
In yen capital in It. We talc ail the ri-k Thoe
who need ready money, fhould wtire to u at once.
All fnrnlHh. d free. Addre Till E A CO, A'4
QIHO & MISSISSIPPI IVy.
TIM P. TAI1I.K OY I'ASFENGEK Tll.VINS FP.OM
VI.NCESNES (NuV. 30, lSTU.J
i Day Expn- (Except Sunday'
F.pre'c i Except Suuday)
I Nn;ht Expref (llailyi
, 1 ;'lilp. ra.
. I p. in.
.14:30 a. v.t.
. Ci-.n a. m.
. i:V' p. m.
1 u. III.
5 Kxpre (Except Sunday)
1 Hay Exiiref ( Except Sunday.!. .
" .) r i iitit fcxpref i Duliyi.
J. K. ( I Al'.K. C. S. CoNB. Jll .
Arfeiil Vinrenne tien. Ticket Ajt't Cincinnati
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS It. II
jr. W.SM1THKIW, Itocoiver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIIIO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throuch Hxpre leaven Cairo :!'. m.
Throut'h Kxprea nrriven ut E. St. Loull.. 5:nip.m.
Tbrout'b Kxprei- leave E. st. I.ouis.... !':ii.m.
'lhroui;h Expre arrive at Cain 5:10 p.m.
.MurpbyboroacconirnodiitioTiIeavei. Cairo 1 ::iu p.m.
Mu'tdiyi-horo Acc. arrive at Murphy eboro ":' p.m.
.M urpliyi-boro Ace. leave" Murnhyboro .. 5:uoa.m.
M;irih'vhoro Acc. arrive ut ( atro 11 :i5a.m.
The Cairo .t St . I.otil K ill .'toad I the only all
Rail Houte between Cairo and St. I.otil nnder ono
management, therifure there are no delay at
way ! at ion awaitine connection fri.m other lines.
Clo"e and nre cinueetlon at St . LouU w illi othur
line for North. EioU and Wet.
J. A. NAL'til.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
A unit CieLeral M.inairer.
ILLINOIS CEXTKAL II. K.
Shortest antl Quickest Itoute
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tlio Onl3r Iino lluiming
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Tiiainb Lkavb rAiiio:
Arrlvlnaln St. I.oitl n:l.'i a.m. ; Clilcaco, K:'V) p.m.;
Coiinec.tlntf at Odin anil EltliiKhani for Clncin
liatl, Loulavllle, Iiidlutmpoli and polin Eat.
iv.jn. Ht. InniH atul NVcutcru
Arrlvlni! In St. I.otil 7:0," p. m., sud connectluit
for all polnln Wet.
A'.UO I'M 1 1. I''llHt Mxpt'PIOfl.
I or St. I.onla and Chicago, nrrlviiig at St. Loula
10:1(1 p.m., and Chicago T:l!ii a. hi
-i:Ul p in. (.'iiirlnnati lOxprosH.
Arriving t CliK-lniintl 7:(W a.m.; I.nuivlllu T:J0
n.m.; Indlannpoll 4:ihi a.m. l'aenKer by
tin train reach th uliove jiolnta IU to 30
IloL'KS in udvaticu of any other routu.
tTr-Tho4:?0 p, tn, expre" ban PULLMAN
SI.KEPINO CAIt Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through aleepera to bt. louia and
Fas?t rfimo Kast.
T) Mv.i,iM,a bythliillnnRothrouhtolCnM.
1 ilSSCllUCOrS ,.nt point without any delay
e.aued by Sumlav liitervctiln. Ihe Saturdnv nfter
noon train from Cairo arrive In now York Monday
m.!riilM it 10:3s , Tiilrty-lx hour Iu advance of
YKnMlirouuh ticket and further Information,
sntdv at llllnola Central Kallioad Ilepnt. Cairo.
JAb"'HIUNSON. , 4 J. II. JONES.
Ueti. Southern Agent. Ticket Atfuiit.
A. II. HANSON, Ueu. l'aii. Agent. Uilcatpj.
v in n XTcma ,otm)
QICK HEADACHE !
Wt Mt'iin Ctii'oil, 'tit Mt'ii'ly Kclicvu.
Anil Can I'rovu What wu Claim.
IHyThi.ro am uo failure and no Uii-t.;''(:i.t-inent.
if you ar troubled with S JKI I eTIT
ACHE you can be eawtly and q ulck ly cured, a
humlri-d have be. ii alreaily. We liainie7iiad
to tniill a ulieel of tetliuoiiinln to hny" inter. n-e,i.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
AIo run all ronn or Illlioti'iienH. prevent ( ontl
patloii ami l)ypei.iiia, promote Dlmntioii. relieve
diatreii Irom too In arty eatltn;. correct Iiuordcr
of the Stoinach, htlmtilate the Liver, and Heza.ale
Ihe bowelii. They do all thi by tukinu juat uUl.
little pill at a do.e. They are pure.)- vegetable do
not ripe or purt-e. and aro a i.u.rly perfect a
It I polblo for a pill to be. Price , c.-r t
$1. hold by druL''l"- eM-rvwIu-re or .-nr l.y'mi;
l AflTEIl MEDICINE CO . Kill E. l.K
To mak a qnart of n.edicln,. emr-ir,!.,.,! , ,.,lri,
Humor of tlieltiood. lMpe.a-n. I.n. r Tr' -J' .
Kldiicy MeakneKf. or l.en. r! I), bi.itv. ,,v
mall. iott paid, tor -i-.c. or :,pa( ki.e. - lor s; ,f
I ALONZO CKEENE. Ii.ei.m J)(l,i.r
"l'j Pilie S! , M, Jl ,
A V E A I! and
a.'etit. Iliittlt !-, ,
u. vicKimy, a',;,
A DEKTIsEl:s! t.-iidforour S-.
-eal lii-UfpaiM-r l.eo. I'. ;.
Spruce St., N. V.
I'J NEW AIM ELTiSEMEM S
AlrANTED.-Man.;factiirlr.tf rouer.i mul:. .
i bu.liie. man In ( alro, mi I lnu-rv c 1 r y . n -. a
!';'dV, I'"'! A trw hundred dollar. W...n to
pay for j: ,od. m delivery afier order have I n-n
noiurcd for the tame. VM i.ir monit , .
suaraiit-ed. The i.Mt ..-arct r, "
ollclted A S AKNULI ilo X'f'n
Street and Uroailway. Kruck yi:, N, Y
l rrfr'T r-u... I ronruiir. I ih r.i t ns. n
t-i ai" tu ,1 .-iiiierit,t, m ui w. I j o ... -;
lr.l.l 4 W ., " Flp- ! l, 1 ,,
b-Aiit) tirjjuu. W E lcmrFU!C0 .11 f
M rrUtu4 tvfui,
nin P'wt Fft'cf
DR. KLINE S GREAT
DR. KLINE SGRtUT
r ! mm mm t r
?'eruaila,iil A imi
I'lllllt.. ., -j I.'.;
ur- fir )i.'.i,. nnA J .f. . .
NrtiLitLi If lu'iia uim-'H. A'- ftu-T
iiritMtui. 1ret n. IJ trial li.ittiemv..j
t('4t: nU,thT .iioret.iif, S'id nen
I'.ii. at.t Hi'n- a.1 iri'jj tn ba. KI.ISS, I
Rlihnnt wiy'll$. ALLAH"? SOI.rTtl.K Mrr".
('ATFI tiol OlKa. lateou-d Caio'r 16.
No. 1 will cure any rtw In f.,ar Asy. or
No. J will cur lllf m,,t ottKLll.tle M:, !w Uit'VT
Of how loD,laiiiliii;.
Xoiiium.ioi ilni-i of entif r, c ojni'-i or n.t .'
fcnilJiwood. that tr oeru.n v pri.iw lvn ,
fy ilemroyimr hid rou.-lkn of this M-ori. ' . ,
ayrluirnor aortnsrnl lueuoi.t u pr ..lue ot.i- r
I-rice Uiu. MI.D P.T ALL I'BfOOHT?, -r
Dialled'. receipt of pri.-c.
For f her pr!i uUrt K-nd for eirculir.
.Ko.lt.jlili. J C. ALLAN I ii.. il j'jfin Kr.:,
W toll.-r reward for t.y car; tbiy aji
Wuict, tsfc and tore care
i f rWi!rttit .-n ;
(t.l.lr. . wilt r i . : . '
thlnif Prtr tin Mm.
may prov ttie teppfnif-l'in to a life . t -ue
It t eni.c.ally a.liptfl to thote li.i tin.' r. i
Hie foot of t'lie l.lll. A l-lreni il. ut'.M.
Orcenwicu street, M-w ork.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK;
I on, ki'-c'ii'ti am) m i-. tiR me viii.: .v .
II. Ii.pli'. l I" t.nn.r,. Mrinr,. I, ,. : 'f f., ,,:
f-tu.lnil.. ..f lt. lrl. :tU1d, II. ..e. r.-f.
.i-.. S. '.n.-li '".v i-m. Artw 11, kln,k.
141 bvulb Ml. alml. Urwkivl.. N. y.
9uperb Monday I'.tlition.
571. W ORKS,
Uli f " oy j i iij. ii. s. i....
1 13 bound and Llu-'n.
teu, nt a a ric--
Dr. Foto't HfALTH
MONTHLY. i.t il l;
year, s.vui'..! fee. .v..
Hill Pub. Co., la JiuilibtU Street, N. i'. I r.y.
J'ostiiye ou bwaSjceuU; ret'i-tertJ man, j.i
'lTrkly w.lhfuU ptit'licity; lrni i iy
nut , t'lKuiiir tt innt. N rt "t.
Law AmMCV, (bllr..ln,., New .
i ATTO T Bwat
.1)11 A (Ik.skii itiva I'.IWH- it
rnlf al "'l Kmocurv..,
IIH. timiaity. liM.ten. T, I
fO:!l','.ln.!f,:n.7Si , i:ALl.ssmLlB.HI
M. KMil.A I'
Foo Choo's Ilalsain of Sliuik's Oil
roaltlvely Hcftores tlio lleurintf. and ia the Oh'.i
Aholute Cure for Deafness Known.
Thin Oil I extracted from a peculiar pec!e o'
mall While Shark, cuitilit tti the ellow Sen
known a Careluirodon lioiideletll. Every chine''
fl.hormun know It. It virtue a u reHtornti'.e ot
eiirini: were dlcovered liy a Hnddblt Prlct nbotr
tho vear HI'1- cure were o numetou am
many o ecmlnily mlraculoit. thut the reined;
wu o llcill V prociuiioi" u.ei in,- viiiiiu nnii.i.v .
nfiito i became o ut lverol that for over aim yeartf
tiodenfelie hu oxlttd anions tlieChlnee peoj
Sent, chnrgfu prepaid, to any addrea at $1 -ef
l)t,ttl15' Only Imported by 1IAYLOCK CO.. J
10I.S Aoent rou AMBiui A. 7 Dey SC. i'w or
ti. ylrlned nro imqiiestlonabni and ltctiratly
character aliolute, a tho writer ran perouillJ
leatlfv both rrom experience and obervntlon.
An'otiK ho tunny reader of the l evlew in t
nart anifan. ther of tho cottnlry, Il I probable
umb-'rnre nlllicted with de.ifue. ami to ii
m ,y be ald : "Wrlin at once to Iliiylock & Q
Iiey Street, New York, " 'W& n'Jt
n-cldve by return a rem"ly that " 111 enublu f "I
!...;. iil ,,i,vt..i. .Ihk. and whne curatlyo
will bepermanent. You will never rt i
n."-Klltnr of New ifk Jlercantlie IU
Sept. 2Mb, I8S0. ";;
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