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uFKKMAL TAPER OP CITT AND CUCTTT
A Wonderful Oonntiy
At tin" lii M. minimi numting of tlie
Anifli'icin Sneietv of MvhMiiril Engi
neers in New York, Professor ThurHton
delivereil tin- mlilies.
"Mueli," hi miiil re-mains to be done
tiy tlm (ii'iuM-iil (iiivtiniiicnt in tlio
rii'vclojiini'iit f tli" resouivr of this
rountrv. Tin1 "'W organization of tho
pt'old'iciil survey i such in form und
in tlir'hnr:ieter f it." wiminiMralion
that wo ho)i' to M'o the work of deform
ininj: tho value of our mineral resources
tliine with niaiiiium rapidity and
cniiMPney. In tracing the impress in
thn various department of American
enterprise he said that ninety-nine years
0 Samuel A Slater started the first
(successful cotton spinning mill at
Pawtiicket, U. I. To-day we raiso
lViO,(MHi,(Hif) pounds of cotton tosunply
mills in nearly every New England
State ami in nearly every other State in
the 1'nioii. which manufacture $.r)00,
imo.oiH.i worth of goods.
'From the day in 1701 when the first
rudo woolen mill was established at
Newbury, Mass, our woolen manufactu
res have grown in extent and in excel
lence of product, until to-day our 12,
000 or lS.oiHi sets .if machinery, hand
led by nearly luo.iHiiiof tho most skillful
operatives io he found in the world,
produce .'.',0im,oiii worth of poods,
which, in point of cheapness and excel
leuco, compeio with the best work in
We have seen the silk manufacture,
aftiT struggling with dillieultics of every
imnginnlk sort for half a century,
linafiy secure a foothold und enter upon
a period of prosperity which is as
marvelous as it is encouraging. The
enterprise of the Cheneys during tho
past generation, and tho steady persist
ence of tho l'aterson, N. J., manufac
turers, have borne fruit in the erection
of li.V) mills, with a production of .;10,
OOil.OOO worth of silk goods, which in
strength ami durability excel, and in
beauty are fully eiial to the finest pro
ducts of iu French competitors at
""In tho manufacture of iron and steel
the story is the same. We have furna
ces which are supplied with every
variety of the best ores, and we are mak
ing '.',000,000 tons of pig iron per annum.
Our people consume our whole pro
duct, and that is nearly 15 wr cent, of
all the iron used in the world. Of our
enormous coal yield, 50,fKHI,0(K) tons a
year, a large fraction is consumed in
makingand working this iron, 1,000,000
or more tons of which goes to market
ns wrought iron, in a thousand different
"Tho growth of our Bessemer steel
production is even more marvelous.
Twenty years ago this wonderful illus
tration of the marvels of chemical
' science was looked upon as merely an
interesting and curious process, of no
immediate, value and of most uncertain
promise. To-day a single establishment
is making luO.ooo tons a year.
"The United States is looked upon as
the homo of all ingenious and effective
labor-saving devices. Tho Corliss
cngino has revolutionized the steam
engine manufacture of tho world. Tho
class of men from whose ranks tho
members of this society are principally
drawn direct, and labors of nearly
3,000,000 of working people in a third
of a million mills, are responsible for
the preservation and profitable utiliza
tion of Jr'JjOO.iKW.oOO worth of capital
direct; tho payment of . 1,000, 000, 000
of wages; tho consumption of $3,000,.
OOO.OoO worth of raw materials, and
the output of .'),0i0,ooo,000 worth of
manufactured articles. Fifty thousand
steam engines and more than an equal
number of water wheels turn the ma
chinery of the huivlreds of thousands
of workshops throughout the country."
The walls of halls, the landings and
the stair-cases of all elegant residences,
whether the house be large or small,
are at present made a study for decora
tion. Not only are magnificent Persian
rugs and carpets, tiger-skins and those,
of the buffaloes of the prairie .spread
out in the hall, but it is made a kind of
ante-room as far u posihle, often car
noted en sntt: with the fiM floor rooms.
Mirrors are now introduced into the
wall of the hall with curtains of quaint
and rich design. These mirrors aim at
increasing lim apparent si.e of the ves
tibule as well as the hall itself. At the
"rest"' of liielower part of the curtained
mirror, from which its drapings are
looped back and held open by cords,
are placed wicker basket-work, or tile
covered llower-rcccivcrs, into which are
set enormous quantities of plants or
flowers. It is considered a proof of
good taste not to mix (lowers with what
it is thought quite admissible to call
"greenery." Another step toward me
dieval customs is in the introduction of
oil paintings for hall and stairway dec
oration, a mode much more followed
here now than even last, year, when it
began to be adopted wherever it was
possible. Panoplies of arms are much
liked for hall adornment, and are ar
ranged in tlt, medieval manner. An
' for chiicv plates ami plaques of all su
perior kinds, they are above all desired
lor the above designated purpose. A
"whole" color, as it is called, is the on
ly style for hall wall painting, tho dado,
of course, being the darkest, as, for ex
ample, maroon and cream. Arabesque
borders prevail, and where it is practi
cable, niik panels ami wood-carvings
are used, hut have the drawback of
great expense. The rich curtains of
Ea U-rri Muffs are still mere than ever
. used as hall hangings, sometime cov
ering all that extends to the upper
Hours. Another beautiful innovation is
troughs for spreading plants which are
set along the outer edge of the Mair
case, and theirtrailing contents of over
. flowing vines Hulfereu to wander to tho
very floor, thus giving to a house the
appearance of a bower. Where there
Is bii alcove at the head of tho first
landing, it is turned Into a receptacle
The most ancient forms of book com
posed of separate leaves are to bo found
In the sacred records of Ceylon, which
were formed of palm-leaves, written
on with a metal stvlo, the binding be
ing merely a silken string tied through
one end, so loosely as to admit of each
', leaf being laid down flat when turned
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TIIK DAILY CAIRO NULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FKHRUAKY 23, 1HS1.
''The Cup that Cheers."
In our pursuit of knowledge concern
ing tea, wo came across a rare manu
script in the Ib'itish Museum, "trans
cribed from u paper of Thos. I'ovey,
Esq., Oct. 20, liWli." The paper is in
itself such a quaint summary of the
virtues of the precious herb pen
ned in the precise style of writ
ing which prevailed at the fore
going datfl, that we can not do better
than transcribe it for the benefit of our
readers in the original spelling:
THK QUAUTIKS AND ol'P.liATIONS OV
TIIK IIKItll CAI.I.KD TKA, OIK'llKE.
It has, according to the description
(being translated out of the Chins
language), these following virtues:
1. It purifyes the llloml that which is
grosse and heavy.
2. It vanquiseili heavy Premies.
3. Iteascth the bi aiu'of heavy Damps.
4. Kaseth and cmvth giddinesse and
Paines in the llea.lc.
5. Prevents the I ii'iijMf.
fi. Prieth moist li'iiimrs in the llcade.
7. Consumes Haw ues-e.
8. Opons Obstnn timis.
0. Clean s the Sight.
10. Cleanseth ami l'uril'n th Adust (sc)
humours and a hot liver.
11. Purilieth defects of the bladder and
12. Vanquisheth superfluous sleep.
13. Drives away iliines, makes one
nimble and valient.
11. Encourages the heart and drives
15. Drives away all paines of the Col
lick which pro. -cod from wind.
16. Strengthens the, inward parts and
17. Strcnthens the memory.
18. Sharpens the will and quickens the
19. Purgeth. safely the gaul.
'JO. Strengthens the e of duo benevo
lence. We need add no comment on the
foregoing very complete epitome.
That the Chinese believed implieity in
the virtues of the herb as summarized
above, we have evidence in the records
of the travels of two Arab merchants,
who visited China in the years A. D.
851 und 8G7. The document was dis
covered in the library of the Comto do
Seignalev, and translated and published
by M. Kusebo Keiiandot in Paris in
171H. From this we learn that tea
under the name of Telia, w;ts universa -ly
drunk, and was supposed to be a cure
forevorydisea.se. Marco Polo, the fa
mous mediseval traveler, also distinctly
mentions the tea in his travels in the
East That the Celestials still maintain
their belief unimpaired, we. learn from
Mr. Fortune's travels in China,
One thousand acres of coking coal
bind near Ml. Pleasant, Westmoreland
county, Pa., sold iv... ntly for .lo,noo,
Mr. A. A. llutcli'm-on having been the
purchaser. The land embraces tracts
of land Known nsiiie Hrinker, Andrews,
lames N't el, and .lohn Cunningham
farms, and the McAdams and Wade
Prof. T. Stern Hunt, estimating the
prod ucl em df pig iron in this country
during the past year at four million
tons, expresses the belief that tho full
realization of the country's possibilities
in iron manufacture will not be attain
ed until the iron shall be found side by
side with the coal and limestone needed
for its manufacture.
The duel wilh swords between Count
Morilz EMerhnzy and the Deputy Ko
hone.y terminated in the latter receiv
ing a severe but not dangerous wound
in the shoulder. Count Mm-it. Ester
hazy is the youngest member of the
Hungarian Senate, and he should not
bo confounded with the well-known
sportsman of the same name.
English high society is turning
against the professional beauties, and
several houses where they have been
accustomed to display their charms
have been closed against them. A well
known countess has taken the lead in
the movement. As the Prince of Wales
likes the society of these ladies, how
ever, it is thought the ban will not ex
American fishermen have generally
abandoned the right to inshore fishery
in Canadian waters, which cost t'.r).,jiKi,
(HiO. They find better fishing at home.
The Canadian fishermen are being
driven out of the market by the Nor
wegians, who supply fish that are bet
ter cured, and who conduct their busi
ness with more enterprise. They fish
now by telegraph in Norway. Stations
have been built along the coast, and
during the herring season, which is at
its height for about six weeks, a sharp
lookout is kept for shoals. Wherever
one is sighted, word is sent along the
line, ami the available li-lc'iinen
Jironiptly give chase. The old way w as
or the fishermen to cruise along the
shore, trusting to luck or the reports
they might hear to come upon the her
ring. Now, every morning during Ihe
season, the position, of the shoals which
are watched is reported and posted at
the principal telegraphic stations.
The increase of the population of tho
city of Herlin is altogether unparalleled
in the history of capitals. In lhfiO ii.s
population was .V.'h.'juo, while, accord
ing to the census taken recently, it now
contains l,1Jx,.rj.'iii, an increase' of more
than twofold in twenty years. There
are towns, imh'cd, which in a similar
time sprung from ten inhabitants to a
hundred thousand, but not one which
has grown from half a million to a mil
lion. This increase in the size of Mer
lin is the more singular inasmuch as
Heilin possesses no natural advantages
whatever. It is not a port, or a great
center of trade, or a great manufactur
ing city. It, lies in a Hat, ugly country,
and its river is on 'y u stream of
the third class. p.'erlin owes its
increase to the iinuii use, though
temporary, prosperity indu I by a
plethora of money niter the wave
of conquest on the eri si of which the
(I'Tinans swept through France. People
"oikcii lucre iroiu the provinces alter
the war. because they believed as peo
l'lo in rural district's once believed of
london -that the streets were almost
piwed with gold. For a time all went,
well; siienihilion of everv kind was
rampant; building operations n Horded
employment i ,lin.1S(, f ..
ers; factories up, and iniinl-
grants lloeke.l i, i'l(, ,.IMletioii came
m goon nine, ami i ,.,111,i,1, (,i f,.i.
years past the position f the average
WOrkirigtlian lit llerliii him Iwn nr
than that of his fellow in m,y other cap
ital in i-.uropc, iwi urn exception ol 6U
Druggists Heard From.
"We know the value of mMt.Imps, culi
buya and iron composing 'Malt Hitters.' "
"Our lady customers highly praise them."
"Physicians prescriblc. them in this
"The largest bottle and best medicine."
"llest blood purifier on our shelves."
"Our best people take 'Malt Bitters.'"
"Sure cure for chills und liver diseases."
Tho stranger who comes to Paris,
says a writer in The Newark Adirr
li.str, and docs more than merely
sco tho ordinary sights, can not fail to
have been struck by the important part
that actresses ami tlvmi-momlnhies
often synonymous terms play in the
life of the great city. They set tho
fashions; they are received in. the salons
of the huiileJiiHtiive; they are to bo seen
every w here at the races, at the theatre,
always in the best places; many of them
live in very elegant style, and are ap
parently never in want of money. In
short, their influence is very great.
Put how much of their elegance is
"white elephant ?" With the exception
of Patti and Nilsson, both foreigners,
and Judic, who earns somo '.'OO.fHiO
francs a years in France and in Prus
sia, there are but few millionaires among
tho actresses of Paris, (irizette is rich
through her marriage, and lives in com
fortable opulence; and is, moreover, an
excellent mother. Hut the others?
Some of these women will, perhaps,
manage their affairs better some day,
for they have plenty of talent and are
handsomely paid, and the approach of
age will doubtless remind tlicni at length
that they cannot be eternally stars of
the first magnitude. First on the list of
the improvident and spendthrifts must
be Sarah Hernhardt, always head over
ears in debt, and .Jeanne (iranier, who
earns GO.iKni francs a year at the Ren
aissance and .'0,0110 francs in her holi
dav tours; Marie lleilhorn, who has had
millions and spent them. Hut the rest
are constantly sustaining an almost
helpless struggle against old debts.
You see them in the liois in tine carria
ges, and dressed by the first milliners
and tailors. Put the bills are not paid.
Almost all the charming young ladies
of the Palais Uoval, the ' Pioiill'es, tho
Renaissance, the (iyinnase, the Vaude
ville, are in a chronic state of indebt
edness. After all, it must be remember
ed that the earnings of most of these
ladies on the stage iiself are modest and
that even in Paris tho list of nabobs is
P.uii-sts who allow their children to
grow up with scrofulous humors bursting
from every pore are guilty of a great
wrong, flunk of them pointed out as
branded with a loathsome disease, and you
will readily procure them the Cutieura
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a tune wncn the community is Hooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious me the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery tor the
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they oiler all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would be
disastrous to them (lid not the remedy pos
sess the rental kableennitive powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of the throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy atrial
by calling on Ceo. K. O'llara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,! .00. 1 1 )
The other dav, savs a New York
correspondent, I met by chance an ac
tress, as she was entering a store largely
devoted to trade with stage people, and
she asked me to go in with her. I did
so; ami inside we encountered a well
known beauty of the burlesque stage.
"You wouldn't suppose she' needed to
pad," the former continued, "for she's
as plump a.s a partridge, but I happen
to know she is obliged to round out
some flat spots on the inside of her legs.
She won't object to your witnessing the
operation. We folks of the stage, you
must know, make no secret of such
matters among ourselves. Every
proper artiliee is employed purely as a
matter of business."
Tho burlesqiier had already selected
the materials and styles for her cos
tume, and all that remained was to be
measured for the padded tights, which
were to be made to order. 1 went with
her into a private room, where, be
hind a screen, she removed her skirts,
and every-thing else from her waist
downward, and put. on a pair of dark
colored, plain tights. Thus clad, she
stepped out into the presence of myself
ami the woman who was to do the
measuring. 1 expressed a fear that I
was intruding immodestly.
"Oh, bless you, no," the burlesquer
said; "I show myself in tights to a
theatre full every night; why should I
mind one lady."
The business proceeded without any
ado. Tho operator saw nt a glance,
ami was instructed to the same effect,
that the legs Wad sulliciont natural bulk,
and that only a little ariilicial round
ness on tho inner sides of the shanks
ami thighs was needed; so she took the
regular measurements, tailor fashion,
around the hips, knees, and ankles, the
length of the leg, and tho size of tho
fool. Then, with a piece of chalk, she
marked the spots w here the lights were
to be thickened by weaving ill extra
material. There was not much of the
nll'air in this instance, but I was inform
ed that the task of symmetrically en
larging some of the crooked, spindling
legs that cuter the establishment is
tedious and difficult.
Mil. Wm. IU.vsi ur.u, Notmy Public, 83
Mercer street, New York, sa,s: The use
of St. .Jacobs Oil, has been of great service
to me, as I thankfully acknowledge. I Buf
fered with rheumatic pain in the face and
ears; induced to try St. Jambs Oil, I found
immediate relief, and it effected sn entire
cure. Moved by a sense of duty, i t there
fore gives me great pleasure to recommend
to sulfering mankind the St. Jacobs Oil, an
ii remedy worthy the highest praise,
II. RiciiAitnsoN, Sac ii nd Fox Agency,
Indian Territory, shvh: The "Only Lung
Pud" him restored me to health, and I shall
e glad to recommend it to uny ouc Sec
W . THEGREAT tl
Heuralg'ia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quins, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Hoadache, Frosted Feet
and Cars, and all other Fains
N" rrejiarati'in en eurih c'iiiils St. .1 won- (in us
ft ', i(i -, sitnplr Hint rlu uj Y. rnul Kciiii .ly.
A trinl eetnls lull llie r..in'i.ml;riy tnliiiu: miliiiy
of 50 ' ills, kiiiI every eno nifli riiif willi puin
can Jinve clu iip iumI t-iiivc proof of ib claims.
l'irccti'.in iu Eleven I iwinuni.'e,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIfiTfl AND DEALER8 IN
A.VOGELER & CO.,
lliiltiuinrr Md., V. B.J
El MUSICAL WOKDEK.
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P IT l VI ''I'V I ''HU'", Ollice limy (Mill.
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iin. HeitiK "ppo!li' the t'. S. I'liti-nt fii.prtiin iit,
ami (ini'iiu" 'i in Ih l.-til Iiiimiih hb cvIii-ovi ly, we eiin
ri'iike rlo-cr n nn hi e, nnil Heciiie I nientH more
prumptly, mid with hromler cIhiiiik, tlmu ihofc who
Hre rerrin'e fri-in 'ufhiTiirton.
I i' I lii' I " 'll' ' your (levire; we nmke ex
a'liitintiiiiK' inn! tictvine h lo pHteiitiilnlity. free ol
cuirue. All I'lirrcxpotiileni'i' Hlrictly cmifl'lrnrlnl.
i nii'f low, ninl I"' i liiii"e ii ii 1 'm PhIuM ih Hi'.nreil.
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(ienernl ll. M. K' r. I!ev. K. 1). Power The Herman
nieri.iui N it 1 1 1 1 it I lenik, lo otlleliiiH in tlie t'. S.
Patent ( iflice. anil to S. mitorx anil KepreiieiitativeH
In Cuip-i-m; anil e"n i iallv to otir rlietitH 111 every
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Wle ii lii'itlh wiii. Iionily evpei tetl, nil reineilii'K
liavlni! dili d. nnil I)r .Ihiiiik whh i xpci inieiiliin;
with Hi' mini' IhtI.m ol' I'nli iittii, hi! iii'clileiitly
niadu a iireiiinitioii whli h riirid hli only rliild of
(NiNst MiTios. Ilif child la imw in thin country and
iMijoyiiiu the hi -i ol'heullh. lie Iihh proved lo the
worlr! Hint ('oNJi'MniiiN can hi' puelllvcly and per
main nll.V i nr. d. Tim I)inlir now t; vhh 1 1t if llni'ipc
free, mil)" in-kin;; two three cent alanipM tu pay
i'peiaea. 'I'IiIh llerli aleo curea N'ij;lit Swi'iiln
Naiiaca nl the Moiiiacli, nnil will liieuk up a fn h It
Cnl'l 111 twenty four lioiira, AiIiIivhh C'rinldnt k ft Co.
1li:i'.' linen Nt., I'lnlailelplilii, liatnini; thin paper
l.mveii irlee ever known
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A, MUSICAL WONDER.
Ihi yn rnt a Mum-I Initrtimpnl, rilinit llw nno or
OrMu on wlttuli Nt iIrIiV om i-in fna w itdl w uny ptolww
ni 1 ii ihf tu if ii unit 't mn.tiMi.t.H f vtu mn fnt inr llln
liin.l Utalnt M of 1111. Ml l llAMCAL IIKullNfriTK--lln
(T".ii!. iini4lil tnvmilli.ii ff lie tirit-. iip"io Mhkh any oiw rn
i.'-.v iiitvi tty Rll ll'i' J'I".''W. .'In... fil,oi.l(,. wrttd. ilmii, mill
Olii.r iiiii.I... lrlA. iflu, l'.'. (in, :, tlvl. Hi-w an nf Imlutb.iM.
LOS A UtAtY, 1U4 bUito bt., Chicwg
I H mi V
NOTICEABLE I'UfSTS IS THE 21st
ANNUAL STATEMENT0F THEEyUIT
Alil.E LIKE ASSURANCE SOCIETY;
NEW YORK. .1 AN. 1 ft, 11181.
Assets, SH,I0,(2; un Increase of
nioie tlmu Tli ice .Million Dollars in
Stii iiliis, JJ!),22,2!)r;an increase of
One ami TTiroe-iituu ter Millions of Dol
lars in lliili).
New IlusinesM, 8:ir,,l 70,1105; an in
crease of Kinfl't ami a half Million Dol
lars in I1U10.
Amount paid to To icy-holders and
their representative iluriiifr 1IIU0,
A liberal stii render value in iiaid-nii
insiii Hix e is provided for in all ordina
ry policies, in vasiMif forfeiture,
Tontine Savings Fund I'olicics may
bo terniinatcd at the dose of certain
tl lined periods, on terms more advan
tageous than upon tiny other plan.
These policies prove more profitable to
the policy-holder than any oilier form
Actual examples can he furnished at
the Society's ollice, of persons bei in
stiled for ten years, and then upon
terniiiMtin? their Tontine I'olicics, rc-ccivinifca-ili
in some instances equal to
the whole of the premiums paid; hi
others, nearlv all.
No technicalities nor arduous condi
tions in policy coutiacK
I'olicics incontestable after having
been in force for three years. All such
incontestable policies will be paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after the receipt at tlie
Society's ollice in New York id satisfac
tory proofs of death, together with a
alid and satisfactory ilischar?c trom
the parties in interest, ami without re
jtiii iiiir" auj delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, as has been the custom
hcrctol'iii'i', and i-still ii-ii.i I with other
K.N i Vt I.OPKDIA.
AGENTS To SKI.l, thif llif Mont Vain
"';.N IP. 1) li!e Siti-:e Volume ever ptitilifd
( A ULETON'S CONDENSED
EiC Y CLOP HI) I A
A Would t.f Kvoivihu.k. rolltrlrit together In
'ne Volume. i iiiiiainiLL' over , ii IttpeiiKNcr.a to
!tc in nft import hiiI tnalteri' uf lit'ereel iu the world.
'I he tliont lllti ti l-lill.' mill llm llll Look ever com
piled. ciiverliiL' ali'iniM the entire fe' i i,f 1, nrn 1 1. u'
A lur'e it iinlmiine otao vulutiie, Mri pa'H. pro
I .if-ly lllu-rr.iieil. I'n e. $.; ,vi. .Iiift puhll.ie(l,
and now in ii hm i.teeniti eitition. Tu e om.v
I'.ooK oKllihls'li Mire Mil CeH lo cery Atfl'Dl
whotakei' it imi only hy f iili-i'ril'linn.
'nii n.. wih:n;: to lirrntiH- Airentw. Hililrcit lt)r
Ih -i riplive riri iil'im ;,m ex'ra terinc
..V. CAIU.Kto.N A (II., Piililiahiri', N.Y City.
liKN.f. F. (rliAhToN, STOKV B. I.ADD
IIai.iikkt K. 1'aink.
I.ttle Ciiinmiariiiiicr of ralen'C
P A T E N T S
I'AINK, (IKAFTON tfc LADD,
Alliirniiva l Law and Sulldiora of AmerlrBB and
tUFIFTJI MTRKKT, WASHINGTON, I. ('.
Practice palent law in nil ita hranches In Ihu
l atent Ollice. and in the Supreme and Circiill
ourta ol the t'lilteit State". Pamphlet n.'tit free
(Hi receipt (if (.(amp for polai;
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
F K, It J fc VJIO A.T
Ou and after Monday, .'line 7th, and until farther
notice, the ferryboat will make, tripa ae followa:
LKAVRb I.HAVr.H I.KAVCN
Fot Fourth at. Miaaourl Land's. Kentucky Ld'jf.
KinOa. m. K:no a. m. !i a. m.
10 :00 a. m. l(i:3lia. m. 11 a. in.
a:im p. m. -i-W p. m. H p m.
4:K)i.m. 4:Wp.Bi. ftjIKIp.m.
i.m. i::lp.m. 3 p. ni
M KIHl'A I,.
To Nervous Sutl'cMTH -The Orcat Kurniicioi U'i'"
c(lv-Hr..I. H. SitiiP'siiirsSpi'clllc Meillcinii.
Dr.J.H. Sinipaona Sperltlt: Medlclnii la a poai
tive cure Tor Spt rinatorrhea, Iinpotenry, Weakm'"
and all dieineH reMiliiim from Self Ahiiac. aa N'r
vein. Hehililv, Irrilalillllr, Jlentiil Anxiety, I.aDB'","'
LiiHi-itiide, liepreaHion iiTSplrlla and fiiiictltuial
riini;eliii iila nl the Nt rvoiia Svatem eenerallv ri'
in llin k or Side, I,oa of Memory, l'reniaotr"
ari! and ('ihcukch
thai lead to Con
ty und un early
L'rave, or both.
No matter how
fhatlered t Ii u
ayali'in may be
from execaara of
Hliu I, Itnl u alui.t
,. J.I. '.ii ..Ill r..aliir tlltl lOHt ItlllC
.in I re in I ll in llliiilli.i 111. . , .
Mnna and procure, tn nllh and h'M'P"" herU
fomwiiH (leapiin.lMiif.y and '"'' )u,1"'; 'c
M.'dl.liio la beliiB uhcU H wnmlelfill itio-
t, Pn'iiiji.letaaent.rr(ill- Write for them and
ai'ea for 1 1 tu Will ,", IMm1, ''y n,,l "n ffcelpt ol
money. Artdrja- $ MKIICINK co
No'. 1U4 aud m Main St.. DulTalo, N, Y.
kkroRa. nK I
A N TI'Tl. Miiiiufiitliirlrii.' iniiiwrii waiita a
T bii-in. -H in. i n 1 1 Culm, an I IneMiry city i mil al
rinlv taken i A l w hundieU dollura nei i i.ry to
pity fur ijMiila ou delivery lif er order have le en
Hi-r n reil Inr Ihe auinii. tl'Jl per inoiith prollt
litiaranteeil. The nioi-t aeurt liinn invi Nlleaiiun
aolnited A S AKNOI.K CO , corner rlral
Street mid P.iuudwiiy, Urooklyn, N, V.
THE MILD POWER
IluiiiiilircyH' Homeopatliic .Specifics
i Proved from ninple e.erhnee un entire
Hiieei Hs hlttiile. rriiiliin. I iiiei
llellithle. I hey are Ihe only Ii
rill. II tel
llilli.le. In ioilllar ll-e.
I. IH I 1 1 1 S ' II II Ki. I I 111'. IIUCIE.
1. I'eif r, i'"iil-'i lhili. Iiilliitntiiiltloni,
'i iirin, Uonn l-ever W orin I olle. .
1. rvlnu I til If, "r lei I In tu.. i. f Infanta,
I. Iliiirrlu n ,,r I hllilieii or A.lnlu. .
!. Ih.enterv. (IrlplliK, llllloil- I olle,
Ii. i linlerii Murliii.. VoimIiIiik, -
7. ( iiiikIi.. ( old, l.rom hili-.
K Y'ltrnllllft, 'lliollniehe. I oi t ie he. M
II, lleinliteliei,, Slek llemlaelie.. el llijo, !'
10. IK Htieilll. I'IIIoiin Kli.tiiiirli. . - .
m " ii''reeil or I'nliiliil I'eriinlii,
i.. iinex, too innnme I t riinlh, ,i.
. I t. ( rutli. I'oiliih. Iiinienlt I'rciitlilliir, . .f,
!' M. Hull lllieiiio. I' rhl .' hot, 1 riipituna, ,.'.-i
II In illlilil lin, lthelilii.il le I inn.. . ,
H'.. letertiitit u ii -. lull l-ever, Atiuea, '
Pile.. Iiliiul or l.h i ilno.'. - .'.i
I nl.irrli. Heine or elir..nle: Iiilliieii7ii, mi
;i. Uniiiiiiiu I ninth, vtoii ni 1'i.iik'hi,. .frfi
.1. I., lie rill lie hi III v . I'lil I', eiikllei.il, .'-
Knilli'V hiaeime, .'
Vi loll' 0.ullt f perm.ili.l rhia. l.ni
i. I rm ir eul, le. i'. el I II..- I lie hell. .
:j. In-, ii. e ol lite Hi iirl. I al ;i..ii..ii, I i
1-..I ... .Il II.VI-U, i.l '.!t lit thel'liM",
nri-lli-'l. I'll f r''e of eliaru'e. oil ri eelpf i.f
i.pii'i-. .' I t"i' Or. Huiniitiret . Hook tut
lli.i llae. iVe. IU p.ii :i -i, nl.o Illll.lntleil
l itialiie'. I OKI..
. I i i . 1 1 i iii I'll r- linn palblr
SUA. ( ii.. 1011 I u liun nt., .New lurk.
It. S. Sib'oso'B SstercalPaeEcacay
lot i I' i itnt relief andl .m'.nf till' la
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
F"l t bviptt't:::aeverT hi r. prl. e. ! p. r l" t
r, U.y ii.., 1 1. Mmj I. . eitt jfc to J :.) I.' i: 4
(id ull'U'f. r m, t'V P. N. n-t te.fi i .V ' p.otr
huw t..luBMnuJii tur. r 'it ". 1 ii inifc'1
f-rt- t'i r-.it. -. rrenoiiiii.. ( i hi-1-. i t . 1 1... f. j,.
.l lii.-.l .1 ,i ll. .fil.ri hi tie u i ', I I. ., . .; i .1
vta,. .,i ft v. ... ... . .. i , . , i.-4,
h.ji.i u iii ...; i-.. w ii jtititrnt:!! to r y
r vi ik'rop fir i r
urt 1 ' tr it. l-.iTdU and S'ti-r Atif'lvmt.
ItI'i i.i i.i I ( I iv ft tui dlrrriH. X f"tt a'-T
firstiuty'tu 'I -faltw ari'l ti tr'al U i t r Q
P. o. Q'.-i .1-t. ft Im. Kl.IN'K.Vi
I An U"s. i'i...Jc:44, J a. ,iiirttu:ipiisl
Viinont m. d'ln. AM. S"S FOf.fm.K MKOf.
atf:i) urn um.i. i'tut..ii imihtt ii, i ;i
'. I w'l cr.r any ruf In f..r it itn nr I. .
K(l.ii:ll C.ire V,r nt. t o'lu.4t CAW, Iw UM'.ter
Of how ..t: ti' .ln ij.
No i . . of riihi... C'lt-ullit or o'i i.f
lit11.-.. fat a-e rerun i-. .tiiih-i. !( ,. 4
fa (1 .tr...l"L' t:.e cintitit'. of l!u: il .'i. ii, N )
ayrlti.'i-M.r ui.i t.ir... t iiij.h iiui.a to prune-it uUn t
i rloitr re. ir.i.. a.(i t,..
ITic !. c l ll HIT A 1.1. Mtt-tiljl-tTS, or
Oitilrd' r. c. j.i i.i t.r.. B,
furl It.-' t tfti ni tm fend f--r tircalaf.
o.l'. x ii.L J c. a ... ( 1 1 , 'j J.,1,1, sin t,
Weni r ;,C nri! fir iny tit : thiy tll Dot
life n, il iiur. i;t:r.
1 ( Ir I vlj I 'ml - li I' il- lie tr
It. flri 111 r. I '. .. tin
thitiic t'rrr I, tl nl, that
may pr..''t!.eateiioiL'-t..ri.. to a lite T .i''''c.
hi. i - ..ei ii!t .nt pn .1 to tho.. ho nate r- a. In-1
the f...'t .1 I mil. A l'lre.a M. iOl'Mi, V.i
tiwoitiii'ii Mt. ' i, Nn Vork.
if a p..,t Jli.'.rnttw f
I'rl. I IU
M .t Iv
1W. I '"
I iltlllt-Al. l.s.-jlltt.tli,ll low..
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I', ll.. ft .lle.l t
i it it
medical mn m m pu,i hose m
... C ' O. .1 !,
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I' I', e ,.,... ir. AJ.i'-.. v '
I jlj t !' i I' I. Cg 1X1 I-.,
i .ii I itjr.
GREAT WESTERN Jk-CsJUN WORKS,
3d0 S"i1 Hnr fir Tatalini'. 4Jf
lUIlc,SU..tliuij, lUv.jrr,iat.t).'l. furtiiaminauaB
llrewti.l.otHt'sr Shot (iuna. lM" '. I'""''!;-
iiiia,nl.il.-i. Sii.trl...unH.'"tM. Kill-. - to
17' lev,K, i, flt..f "i. f-n'l f'T tr-" Hl'inratfl
rlal..trti". "ivA I W is! fclU. in. )i oUKS,
Xl ttutjitrj. li, 1 ik
l.-l In uny
i , V i.,rfc.
THE FAMlLf HAND ROOK J
I UK. I.H II i.i AND fi'l; i 1;k fctlMJilVj
IMi'PHi.''!'-W Kr-hi", Vr I. v u i. V-f. .tt I'r fit. nH'iiUt
St n1' i.i. l'" " . I1'' ( 1 1 1 1, J i .').!; ... i,,r.n A.',,
141 houlh t1' .tfr. l, r .klin, Si. .
WALL ST. BFvS
Wlliaiii I "mi. '.n.U'ii.'ii,'ij.i.iil. td,nw vai:i
i;tl.,Hai.l-i m.'. M..:.i is, i.j .x, lume, viwv, Ne V.irk.
... . HM.. N.H, .1t'. t.
l.A.Mfc, t'.IM.M, lllb
MKDH A I..
"i M'trii'ir Mi:iilclK.
TRADE MJ.riK.Thtf lireatKiitflihlriKAIlK MARK
jtt N Ketm iiy, an un
m I', lulling.' r,rn for
m nil U en .-li, .-j
Sper in a t orrhoea,
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y . nnil all
liteaaea Unit lol-
tilleiice of nei! jSVV
. - , , aniife a a tina MAfSb
Vnfnra TaVltlir ,VjA
Inaalliidcpiili' On' Wk. dlm-4fteP" Taii'LT.
JJU1U1U j.wi....n 11 II V, V ' . I '
and miiliy olhei illM .iM'a that lead to liiaaiilly or
.i u u .in i ifun. ii i ii n mil tuff n-
coliHittnpi ion unit a ireiiutniiu k""'
Full piirli. nii.ii. in our pamphlet, whlcliwe de
irn to himkI lie,. In mail In every tine. The Mm-
clHrnii'ilhint' Ik aoltl hy till ilrucelnia at tl per
puck a ire. kiv for J.'i, or will l' "'in iree ny mall on
r iplot tlie moiiKV V atldieaiini;' III: (iifA V
UIJ.I.I..I. ,. V. .' O l...llUl.ti.u I.I...1, II..I...II
1.1 r. t ' it i t . t 1 1,. ii . .t " " " b. i"
Mirh, Held tn t airo hy I'.iirt'lay linu., Paul U
hcliuli and (leo. K. O'llaru.
l on raelven hy makliit' moil
IJ' I I Jf''v when n t'olileii cliatice la
Mill t (illeretl, therehy alwuya
l.-. (l "iei i.l ...mi, j.,...
door. TIiohh who alwiiya
Inliit nil vaulierii o1' Ihu uniid
l .1 l-i
!V?rk MUSTACHE AHOWHIStRS.iW
kR.'IttiB !'''..' 'ri"JV.l.T,.','i.t "".I'lT..1!
I. I mm K I.H i-L ...... 1 I l" l it 9
r.hanceffor malilne, nioney thai are oll'ereil, ceneral
ly liectiine weal thy, while llioae W ho do not lm
provu atu h cl iiiii ea reiniiln In poverty. Wv want
many men, women, lioyaaml 1,'lrla lo do ork foriia
rluht In Ihi'lr own joi'ttllliea, I he Iuim linen will
pay mure tlmn t"!i Itmea (irdliiary wuta. 'o
fiirnlahau i xpeuiu'iialvi) out fit mid nil thnt .V'H t
need lice. No one who elivau'ea fulla to inuku
nioney rapidly. Voiienu devote your wholo lim"
to the work, or only your apure tnotnenta. Kull
Infnriniitlnti uinl nil that la Herded aent freo. Au
drt'iia BT1NSUN & CO.. Portland, Staliie,