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Dr.Stinson's Asthm&Rim wl
Is uncqiialcd a a poaltlve
Allertutva and Curat lor
effort temporary relief, but If a Derinaiient cure,
It does not merely
Mrm n it
. of Belmore, O., aaya of It : ' J am
o"pn(i oi fK tpttxly tfrrlt of your Ttmniy
ine ir rrunicine in tie vrnm ttml hat UMnt my
couoh and mwte tTiMtnrtilUtu rnxy. nvw trej alt
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keep It, sum) for irMiiM anil imtiinoniulB to
ii. i. k. ru K ..,
SOS UroadHtr, Nw York.
"1 pj r lbuainess now before the public
I i W 1 I I 1 Voil can make money faster at
work for un than alanvthini
uiau, Capital not needed. We
win start ynu. stlttadayand
onwarda marie al tinno. I.v ihn
Industrious men. women, boya and glri wauled ey.
ery where to work for us. Now la the time. You
cuu work Inapare time only or give your whole time
to the business. You can live at homo and ao the
work. No other business will pay you nearly as
well. No one can full to make euormnu pay by
engaging atoucu. Costly outfit anil terms free.
Money male faHt. eailly and honorably. Address
True 4 Co., Augusta, Maine. luS".
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A v;i;tim of youthful Imprudence cauung Prema
ture Decay, Nervous Debility, Loat Manhood, etf.,
having tried In vain every known remedy, La dm
covered a simple self cure, which he will send FKKE
to Ii n follow .suQ.rora, addre-sa J. II. It KM l ",
4 1 hat ham M.. N, 1,
() THIRTY DAY'S TRIAL.
We will send Dr Dye' Celebrated Electro Volta
ic Blt and other Ki-ctrlc Appliance on trial for
iyi riava to young men and other persons alllict
ed with Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality, etc.. euar-
an teeing speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor ana manlion'i. Also for Khcuinstism, :scu
Mlgla, paralysis, Liwr and Kidney difficulties, Kiin
turea and many other disease. Illustrated patnpli
let sent free Address Voltaic Melt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Moc'SI yl
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
PERFKITLY HMTDRK THE IICARISCI
and perform (lis worK of the Natural llrum,
Alwnva In position, t.nt IntlalM.. lo oltarra.
All Conversion anil even wlitnuera heard dis
tinctly. W rttcr to IboM mint ihtm. iv-nd for
d'-a.rlptiv e reular wuh teaiiuioiiinla. Ad'lraaa,
U. P. X. PECK ft CO.. 0I Browlway, New Vara,
What will the Weather to To-morrovrt
A llnrnmeirr and
blued, thut foreieils
xrrectly any changes
ill the em her 12 to U
hour. Warranted Her
fe t arel lvllaliln, We will send It.if'Jiwwirer.sii
anr aldn.a on receipt or On lonar. ine Ileal
Wrniher In.llrRior in Ihr World. Just the
tlinu f.ira CHKI.M MAS I KKbKM. AentH wantxl
ererywhen'. Benrt Mrelrculur. llrirnrenftmUaticn,
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All Commuiilcatlona should he addressed to
E A. llt'KNETT,
Publisher and I'roprlctor.
tHiLoii's Cuke will irnmeiHately relieve
Croup, Wlioopinp; cough and Bron
Wiikn you lutve Imd CutHrrli lnug
cnoui;!i, just nciid 10c. to Dr. C. H. Syki-s,
109 Ma-iison st., Chicago, fur hisTrtif Thif
ory of Ciitiirrli.
Mr. Kikkknsteis, Uoston, Mass., writes:
"Your SPUING BLOSSOM has cured mo
of dyspepsia, of four (4) years stitiKlinj. I
liave reiritined my normal appetite, can
slurp well and feel like a new man."
Prir e 50 centu, trial liottles 10 ct. Paul
G. Sthuh, Aent.
The beauty and color of tlie hair may lo
Bafely regained by using Parker's Hair
15uliam, which i ruueh admired for its
perfume, clearlinesH and daiidrulf erndicnt
An OM Friend,
lie was alllict'-d with ultimo back a"'
general debility; he was recommended
THOMAS' EC'LECTIUC OIL which cured
him at mice. This famous upocinV it a
positive remedy fur bodily paiu. P. .
Our Glorious Independence
What can be more glorious than to bo
independent of sulTeriii),', caused by dys
pepsia, indigestion, constipation, sick head
ache or other diseases emanating from t he
stomach. This can be easily gained by a
timely use of HUKOOCK RLOOD HIT
TEUS. Price trial size 10 cunts. Paul 0.
A nasal i.vi Kcron free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price .V)
Mr. John Davis, nephew of Judge Ban
croft Davis and son-in-law of cx-Sctiator
Frelinghuysen, has been appointed private
secretary to tho president.
Eugene- 0. Barnard, a treasury clerk
charged with illegally prosecuting a pen
sion claim, wis held iu $2,000 bail Wed
nesday by tho Washington graud jury.
The National Cotton Planters' Associa
tion, at its session in Atlanta Wednesday,
re-elected P. C. Morehead president, G. M.
King treasurer, and James N. Ogden
Senators Sherman, Laphaiu, Pendleton,
Dawes, Bayard and Morgan wero appointed
Wednesday, by Vico rresldout Davis, to pro-
paro a memorial on tho death of tho late
It is rumored that President Arthur has
expressed a wish that Lieutonant-Governor
Lewis shall ho olectod United States Sena
tor from Virginia vico Johnston. Riddle
bergor is naturally much disappointed at
Tho post olllco authorities havo boon in
formod thatdurlnir tho war botwueu Peru
and Chill, and subsequently during tho oc
cupation of Peru by Chilian troops, tho
mails for Peru wero oponod several times
by tho Chilian military authorities, and
that a number of registered letters were
Doorkeeper Rrownlow, of the house, liai
I ll ,i"N I
appointitl Itit.liard W. Austin, of North
Carolina, assi.itunt dooi keeper, and Col. J.
R. I'rophain, of Virginia, nssistant door
keeper iu charge ol the ilocuuieul room.
Col. Propham Is a readjuster. Georgo Mc
Neir, H'jii-in luw of Congresiiuan Uurrows,
of Michigan, has been apjiointed assistant
postmaster of the house.
That ttue frieml to all sutleriiig with
Colds and Coughs, Dlt. LULL'S COUGH
SYRUP will always help and never disap
point you, as do other cough remedies.
l)Kf K.MP.EK !Mh, 181.
Keifer has been elected speaker,
the president's message delivered and
read by all the people, but the trial of Oui
teau is yet dragging along and the prospect
apparently favorable that the infernal
scoundrel will succeed in convincing the
jury that he was irresponsibly insane at the
time ho and Deity ''removed'' theprcsitlent.
While the president was lying so long in a
dying condition, the whole christian world
did not cease to pray the Deity to restore
him to health and full vigor; but be died.
Now if the jury bring in a verdict that
Guiteau was irresponsible for the act of
killing Garfield, it must be admitted that
Deity did the killing. Taking into consider
ation the refusal of Deity to answer the
united prayers of a christian world. Logic
ally w caniii't come to any other conclu
sion than that tho "Deity removed the pres
ident." But up to this date the jury's ver
dict has not been rendered. So b t us hope
that the character of the Deity will be vin
dicated by the jury finding a verdict that
Charles J. Guiteau killed th president;
that he was sane, and therefore re.iponsible,
anil that for Inn crime he be hanged by the
neck till he is as dead as heck.
Dr. Barkhauseu, of Thebes, is now in
Dongnla, viiting Hmong his many friends.
The doctor has made arrangements to lo
cate in Springville, on the narrow gauge,
six miles south of Jonesboro. We antici
pate he will do a good business there. The
doctor loves pork sausage; if anybody thinks
he don't, just let them a.--k Mrs. Trim, of
Dongola. She will soon convince them.
The boy that g'tt tramped (?) nearly to
death at Jakes cheap store, is getting well.
Poor boy, he had been sent for sonic "100
year old tobacco" and cheap holiday goods,
and arrived jiit as the boom began.
Village Life ia Western India.
In bis tt-w work on the "I nduslrial
Aits of India." Mr. C. M. Binlwood
says of the lypicnl vill.ige:
"Outside ti e entrance of the single
village street, on an exposed rise of
ground, the hereditary potter siu by
his wheel, molding tin- swift revolving
clay by the natural curves of his hands.
At the back of the houses which form
the low, irregular street, there are two
or three looms at work in blue and
scarlet and gold, the frames hanging
between the acacia trees, the yellow
flowers of which drop last on tho webs
as they are being woven. In the street
tho brass and coppersmiths are ham
mering away at thoir pots and pans,
and further down, in tho veranda of
the rich man's house, is the jeweler
working rupees and gold mohrs into
fair jewelry, gold and silver earrings,
and round tires like the moon, bracelets
and tablets and noserings, and tinkling
ornaments for the feet, taking his de
signs from the fruits nnd flowors around
him, or from tho traditional forms rep
resented in the paintings and carvings
of the great temple, which rises over
the grove of mangoes and palms at
the end of the street, above the lotus
covered village t.ink. At half-past 3 or
4 in the afternoon the whol street is
lighted up by the moving robes of the
women going down to draw water
from the tank, each with two or three
water jars on her head; and so, while
they are going and returning in single
file, the scene glows like 'Lilian's can
vas, and moves like the stately juncos
sion of the rannthonaic friezo. LHter,
the men drive in the ruild gray kine
from the moaning plain, the looms are
folded up, the coppersmith is silent, the
elders gather in the gate, Hih lights be
gin to glimmer In the fast-falling dark
ness, the feasting ami the music, are
heard on every side., and late into the
night the songs are sung from the Ra
ruayana or Muhabarata. The next
morning with sunrise, alter the simple
ablutions and Hdorations, performed in
the open air before the houses, the same
day begins again. This is the daily
lifo going on all over Western India, in
tho village communities of the Dakhan,
among a people happy in their simple
mauneis and frugal way of life, and in
the culture derived from the grand
epics of a religion in which they livo
and mote and have their daily beiug,
and in which the highest expression of
their literature, art and civilization has
been sterootyped for 3,000 years."
An Ancient Dwarf.
A correspondent of the Louisville
Cowif.r'jout'Hol, writing from Mont
erey, Ky., says: "1 opened au Indian
mound near here some time ago. It
was about four feet high, and contained
a great many large stones. Apparent
ly they had bnen carried a grout way
up a steep hill. At the bottom I found
the remains of a strange being, just
lour foet high. His bones wore very
sound; his foiuhead was not an inch
high, but was very broad. lie was put
away very carefully botween flat rocks
and covered with charcoal. On the
mound there was a very large rottun
stump, which looks as if it might havo
been a while oak throo and a half feet
in diameter. In the grave I found a
ripoar seven Inches long, of red flint;
also very curious flints of smaller siae,
and at his font a singular speckled flint
with a fine edge to ll. Tho bones aro
not red like an Indian's, hut of a dark
ashy color. The tooth are perfect, and
seem to have been used a long time,
which proves that he was old, although
only four foot high. Thoro tiro other
mounds similar to this ono here, and
very different from the common Indian
graves, which are full of bones of differ
ent color, being red, and all thrown in
CAIRO BILLKTIN: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 11, 1881.
AN ACCESSION TO THE FAMILY.
'Well, well, well," said Mr. Spoop
ends ke, with a grin that involved his
whole head, and mi effort al a tip lou
tread that shook the whole house,
"And so it's it girl, tnv dear.''
Mrs. Spoopi'udvko -iniled faintly ami
Mr. Spoopendyke picked up his heiress.
It's the imago of you." said she, re
garding with some trepidation Mr.
Spoopendy ke'.s met boil of handling the
"I don't seo how you make that out,"
sa'nl Mr. Spoopenilyke gravely. "I
don't know when my nose looked like
the thumb part of a boiled lobster claw.
Do I understand you that my eyes
bear any resemblance to the head of a
"I mean the general features," mur
mured Mrs. Spoopendyke.
"The general features seem to be all
mouth," retorted Mr. Spoopendyke,
examining his aeqtiisitiou. "If our
general features are at all alike, my
visage must remind you of an earth
quake. Hi! kiiehee! kitehee t What
makes her fold her legs like that?"
"She cau't help it," reasoned Mrs.
Spoopendyke. "They'll straighten out
"No time like the present," quoted
Mr. Spoopendyke, and he took his
daughter's feet and commenced pulling
her limbs. "I don't want any handy
logged first in this family while I'm at
the bead of it."
Naturally the baby began lo cry and
Mr. Spo' jendyke essayed lo soothe it.
"Hi! kitehee! kiichee! kitch-ee-oe!"
he chirruped. "Gieat Scott, what a
cavern! Anv idea how much this mouth
weighs? Hi! kitehee! kitehee! You'll
have .o get that mouth roofed in before
cold weather. What's the matter with
Terhapi you hurt her. Let me take
her, please," pleaded helpless Mrs.
"She's doing well enough. Hi! you!
Hold up! Haven't you anything to
catch her mouth in? It's spilling all
over .he neighborhood. Hi! Topsy,
Genevieve, Cleopatra, dry up! I'm
going to havo lronhle breaking this
young one's temper, I can see that.
Here! bend the ot her way once!" and
Mr. Stwopendyde tried to straighten up
his offspring without avail.
"Let her come to me, do, please."
moaned Mrs. Spoopendyke, and Mr.
Spoopendyke was forced to hand her
"Well, that's quite a baby," said he,
nursing his knee and eyeing the infant.
"What's those bumps over its eyes for?
What preponderance of intelligence do
"You mustn't talk so," remonstrated
Mrs. Spoopendyke. "She's the hand
somest child you ever saw."
"Well, she's got to stop biting her
nails before she goes any further with
this procession. Here, take your
hands out of your mouth, can't you?
Why don't you put her hands down?"
"Why, all babies do that," explained
Mrs. Spoopendyke. "You can t stop
"I'm going to try," said Mr. Spoop
endyke, "and I don't want to bo inter
fered with in bringing this child up.
Here, you, Maud S. Bonesetter, put your
hands in your pockets'. Don't let me see
any more nail chewing or you ana 1 11
get mixed up in an argument. She gets
that from your family, Mrs. Spoopen
dyke." "Say, dear, don't you want to go and
order "some things?" usked Mrs. Spoop
enkyke. "No," rejoined her husband, "I want
to see this youngster. Where's tier
chin? Do babies always have their
tipper jaw set right on their shoulders f
Kitehee! kitehee! Her scalp comes
clear to the bridge of her nose. I don't
believe she's quite right. Where's her
forehead? Great Moses! Her head is
all on the back part! Sny, that baby's
got to be pressed. That's no shape."
"Getaway," exclaimed Mrs. Spoop
endyke indignantly. "She's a perfect
angel. There's nothing in the world
the matter with hr."
"Of course you know," growled Mr.
Spoopendyke." "You dout want any
thing more than a fog horn and a mis
spent appropriation to be an orphan
asylum. If I had your faith and the
colic I'd make a living as a fouudling'f
home! She'll be old enough to spank
in a week, won't she?"
"No, she won't!" said Mrs. Spoopen
dyke. "She'll never be old enough for
Til bet she will." grunted Mr.
Spoopendyke, "if she isn't, she'll get it
before she matures up to that period.
That's all. Let me take her. Here,
let's have her."
But Mrs. Spoopendyke flatly refused.
"Keep your dod ga'ste 1 baby, then!"
roared Mr. Spoopendyke. "If you
know more shout babies than I do, thon
keep her. The way you coddle her ono
would think she was a new paste for
the complexion. If you bnd one moro
brain and a handle, you'd make a
fair rattle box! Kit you up with a
broken sofa and a grease spot and
j'ou'd do for a second-hand nursery."
And Mr. Spoopendyke started off to
find his frieml Speeklewottle, who con-
f;ratulated him, and started off with
lim to assist in the selection of an over
coat and a pair of ear muffs as a pro
cautionsry agaiiiHt the approaching
winter. Brooklyn F.n(jlt.
Tho Dutch formerly paid $3,.VK)
ton for whalebone, but it has not
brought that since 17M. In 1814 it
brought $450; in 1;I4. $515; nnd in
1811 it varied from 1,080 for Southern
to $1,550 for Northern bone. Inven
tive genius is trying hard to find a sub
stitute for whalebone, and has met willi
some success. Buffalo-horn gives sat
isfaction, as there is quite a similarity
between them. The horns aro cut in
to strips, which are straightened for
the dressmaker. Compressed enno
doos not answer tho purpose as well.
Tho best whalo bone is from the Green
land whale, from ono of which two
thousand to three thousand pounds mo
often taken. Whalebone bat and rib
bons have lust come in. The former
are beautiful and very comfortable,
Two old ladies, evidently from out of
town, were walking along the streets
one day last week when one of them
discovered a btinch of banBiias. Skip
ping to look al them, she adjusted her
glasses and exclaimed; "Well, I do de
clare, if them ain't bigoer string-beans
than I ever eaw In my lifo!"
4unwn 'a naiaiaa 1
If you mill.-r from dyspepsia, use
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If yon nr.' afflic ted with biliousness, use
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If you are prostrated with sick heatla ke, lake
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If your bowels aic di-nruVrvd rcKiilnte. them with
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If yon have any aperies of humor or pimple, fall
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If you have any sltnptoms oftilceri or scroftiloua
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IIUKDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Kor impiirtlui; ftn-nih anil vitality In the ayatem,
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For Nervous and Oeiieral Debility, tone up the
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BUFFALO, X. Y.
Kor sale by TAl'l. O St. II I II. rJ t
VA ST IN(i 1 ) IHKAHI'W,
Such a Consumption, llronrbltts, Asthma. Oener
al Debility, Brain Kxbaustion, Chronic Cm
stlputUin, chronic iliarrhiea, Dyspepsia
Or I.os-t. of Nervoum Pnwsr,
Are positively cured by UelUwa' Compound Hyruj
As phosphorus enters so lamely Into the aultnal
wconomy. it tieconies par cxceiiatue tne nest vein
clc with which to associate the other vitalizing In
credlenls of healthv tilood, uerve and muscle. In
Fellows' fcynip of llvpophnsphltee are combined
all il- substance, necessary to Insure robust h-altli
and nbereas It was invented with a view to supply
every deficiency. It c rtalnlj has performed some
Manchester. N. II., June is, 1881.
Mr. James I Fellows: Dear Kir I wish to ack
nowledge the (.Teat benefit I have received from the
use of Fellow' Compound (Syrtip of Hypopbos
phi tea. 1 hue been mi in valid for nearly two years
with a brotuhal alleitiou that bad become chronic.
In the fail of Ins I hud a physician eighty daya In
succession,, besides the counsel of aeveral othera.
They tavu me hut Utile eucouri;cmi'Ut, some of
them none. Last July I waa advised to ylve your
remedy a trial. I did so, and In lens than one week
there was a marked Improvement for the belter. I
have continued Its use from that time until the
present, imnrovlui; all I' c time, and I can truthful
ly ay that lam nioreiliHua hundred per cent bet
ter than when I commenced Its use. I havelncreas
'd in weli'lit about fifteen pounds, and my couth,
which was femful, has nearly Disappeared. I be
lieve, had il no! been lor your Myruu, I should ere
this have been beyond I he cares of life.
Vcrv trulv yours, ALBERT HTORV.
tV l' i" deceived by remedies hcarlii" a
similar none; no other prepa. -allon Is a iiibstlti.ie
for this, under any circumstances
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Cairo, Ills., Decembi r lid, 1HSI. (
heiiliil proposals will he received al Ibis nltlce. ill
Mrled lo the CM Council of the fill of Cairo, no
til 5 o'clock p m of Tuesday, December 1,'l'h. laul,
lor liirnlshtnc the material and doing the work. '
dciinir i he work, nec asary lor the construction slid
rili'Olislruclioii of the fulluwllig sidewalks, to be rM
rouslrueted of brick, vl,: On the northerly side or
Mil street, running HIS feet eastwurdlv from Walnut
street ; on th southerly side of oil) street, running
27 .i feet i iMwiirdly from Walnut st . ; on westerly
side ol Commercial avenue, .i") feet, In front of lot (I
ll oc M 1 1 y ol I aim: on the easterlv siile of Poo-
liir street, between 171 h anil ISth stroeia: on tho
niirtherly sldeot 17tu street, between Poplar street
and Commercial avenue, leicepllng In front ol' lots
an. I". blm k IV, first adHition to Cairo, already
built by lot ownersl: on the easterly aide of Wash
legion avenu". P n feet northward from cornar ol
litli street; on the northerly side of 1Mb street, run
n.tng .'.ii leet eastwanlly I nun t edar street ; on the
easterly side of Washington avenue, between iMth
anil jnli streets; on tho westerly side of Washing
ion avenue, neiween ziitn ami I enter streets, on
the SMillln rly side of 01th street, between Washing
ton avenue and I'oplar street
lo be re constructed of wood, vlr : On the north
erly side of 1H h street, between Washington ave
nue and Poplar street : on the westerly side of Wal
nut street, iii,een Mth and I at b streets; on the
easterly side of Waliini street, between Mth anil
l-Jth streets; on the northerly side ol Mh etree'. be
tween Commercial avenue and Washington avenue :
on the northerly stile of Mb stri ct, riinnliiL' lie feet
westerly from hhIiImjIoii avenue ; on the souther
ly side of ,'itb street, ruuiilni; l.V fe - t westerly Irimi
Wasliingloii avenue; on Ilia easterly aide of WhsIi
Ingtoii avenue, between Mh and filh 'streets ; on the
westerly side of Commercial avenue, between Hub
and sin els; on I lie northerly sole of ".'kiIi si reel.
riinnlni : e f' clfiom I'oplar sttcet towards Coin
men ial avenue ; .m the aotitherl v side of :7th s'reel,
between CotMiio i. lal avenue and I'oplat street: on
the iiorllo rli idu of l.'itb street, riiiiiiing feet
weeieriv ffi.ni Walnut street ; on (lie siiiillierly side
of I'M h sin el, lietweeu Commi'mal avenue and
I'oplar street ; oil the southerly side of Division
street, between poplar st teet and Washington ave
nue To be constrni ted of wood : On the easterly side
of Poplin street, between iMIi and -.'Till streets; on
the northerly side of 17th street, between Washing
ton aveni e ami Walnut s'reet ; and nu tbe easterlv
side of Svesiuoro street, from i id street in ;Mirli
As provided by ordinance No 7S, approved No
vember Id, lsn ; who'll Is on (lie III Ibis office, and
subect to examination l any tliim. The right to
reiert nnv ami all bids reserved by the city.
D.J. FOLKV. city Clerk.
Port tine I Afferils write onl"lr ! Territory f'".
Seiiiirely ifw Icm selllnjf ai ilelet out. l'o.'ei
Inn Delia for sewlnn an.f all niaehliiea. Indns.
truelllilu HislKHnl anil aperfect OnorHiirliia,
The !. T.Colletl Wire llelt Co., Sl "IU Ave. N. V.
a STOPPED FREE
Itwina Psisnm Rco"ilI
I tfl Ul.. KLliiE ofJhLAr
' Mrniic Dt-OTftnrf.
oe "a. in fi , . a o, i'if....K,.N, ifn.(iifi
. Jim -tfr. t ,r ". Ilnlriuu fief A''fs l'"YMi"f.
i IsrAt i.i r if I ..."ii at dltectsd. .Vfi Pil:n'-f
i urtiitnv fins, T'eiitife on'l t'i f rial tmlllnfrvsta
i l-it.,iii'-nt,iit.'V ti,.ytnrfexir'-hfiaiti'. nd ii4im,
ie.ii. n'"i i ttirera aci-ireii 1.1 M.IMv.'i l
1.1.1 U.-l. I .. -...It 11,1.1 A. . a, Olt' I'll jMiUf Kl.
Tr. S. ZWzho' c External Pilo Rcmody
Cite. I n .1 nut, -rile and is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Hold by I irnii-iee everywhere. I'rlce, 1. 0ft per bet
eeenfTi tiv in il, hiiiiipli-s aent firs to 1'h) ulclsin
and llsurtep rs, by IV KeinHnsdler A ( o. Hoi litis,
huw ifirkl ILV. ltolnlllttliUliLllr..r..,r t,JtnntmtM.
AN ONLY DAUGHTER (TRKD OF
When death was hourly aiseclud. all remedlca
hn vl ii e failed, and I)r II Janice waa experliiienllug
with 111 many herbs of Calcutta, he accidentally
made a preparation which cured bis only child ol
CONM MI'llOS Ilia child la uow m thla country
and eiuaying Hie best of health He lias proved tn
the world that consumption ran he positively ami
permanently cured. The doctor now gives Ihfa He
ripe true, only aaklag two three rent slumps to pay
expenses '1 bis herb alao cures Night (Sweats.
Nausea at the Htmnarh, and will bruok up a fresh
rnld In twenty four hours Address Craddock
Co., V'.i Race street, Philadelphia, nniutng this
1 KKaTI Y'H riANnFORTKS..MiiKniflreoibuir
day iireseina ; sipiare grand planoforls, lour
tery hiinilsotiie round corners, rosewood rases, three
unisons. Ileal! y's matchless Iron frames, stool, book
boxed, tili 75 to I.MI7 Ml; ralalngtie prlrva fjllltl
lo a 1,1111(1 ; s'il Is faci ion guaranteed or money rerun
tied, aftar one vear'a use; nprtglil planolortes f lo
l ':.''; catalogue price "DO In HUH); slitidiird
plauofotlea of the universe, aa lliousamls testify;
write for a mammoth list of testimonials. Beatlys
rahltiel organs, cathedral, chtirrh, chapel, parlor,
I II) upward ; visitors welcome ; free carriage meets
passi'iiu'crs; Illustrated catalogue (holiday edllloni
ftee. AiMiuss or cull upou Daniel F. Realty,
Washington, N, ,1.
A rent 'U"' 1"nr
FOliI DA YS!!
PI ANOH and OlItlANH al onraonlinary low prl
ces lor rush Insialluienla teu lrcd. splendid or
guns, air,, $,ill, Slid up. Magiiilkoul 7' net rose
wood ilunns, stool Slid rover, only ft '.Ml, Warrau
ted H venrs Illustrated catalogue mailed Agents
wattled HORACE W ATKItls A CO., Manufactur
ers, H'.il BroiuUvay, New York.
WANTED TO CURE
iiie.'ich tieiliiioiliooil wiMi ir Kiiisnci's
Ui'liieily, In I n 1 1 id ii ri" ll, Nuoiple Inc.
fif i' fr 1 1 I'flv in. .-I. i...
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tli A iitreif A oe and itiwi. M ni
loal W.irk,warTnud lb ImH, and
li4Mwl., Inilisrwisabls to emiry
BiAn.sntlllwl "thMeiitanr l.il.
or.lWf pTeearyatleB " hound in
BtiMt Freneh tnoslln, fnnboaawl,
alml aamnrifn. U6 pnamrln
alml aomyinn, I'M pnamrtp
iM,"!S' "9 raan b
ii.r"w LJ- ssisjwatmaBtB--
r i M Lev)
f - J
. "hwubiv vnu V.U1 VUi
Mondays. Tuesday and
antes for 5 years, anl add.atsxAvst
meaning JUST what It lavs.
tt aQ pebu
over ii per
Mti, by or'
rect. riuno, Or-
yon on k.
lug from us.
ul loll at
We sell on
Fifth Ctroet, ST. 10713.
by this simple 'water
power Invention may
avoid all the labor and
Injury of ilrlTlug her
Kewlnu Machine. Over
A, 1100 of these Rackim
v ater Motors, nolscleas
nil ornamental, adapt
ed lo all (Sewing Ma
chines, are now giving
Two sires are made for
Household Sewing Ma
ohlnea Price. 9 1 3 and
S'2'J.oO. Also larger
sire for factory newls
ann nr all kinds of mi
Send for Circular to
ItAf'Ki'S WATUR MOTOR CO., Newark, X. J
This ia tlm
Must l.t'oiiniiiiciil rower Known
FOR hUlVlNt, LKiHT MAC11INKRV !
It :ikes bnl little room
It never nets out of repair
ll i ii u not blow up.
It rennlrcr no fuel,
It needs no engineer.
There Is no delay ; no firing up; no aahea to clean
awiiv ; i Ktru Insurance to pay ; no repair
in neeessarv ; no coal bllla to pay,
i ml ii is always ready for nae.
1 1 is Vcrv Cheap.
I'rn cs $l'i to $ too. Stale paper you saw this ad In.
OKAY'S srwiFir mkimcixk.
1 BADE MK, 'I lie tir.nl F.ug
lisli retnidv, An
iiiifiollng cure for
spermat irrbea. im
potency and all
dise ii.es I bat lolow
us a selllelice
ol selfiibiiso; as
IiiUm .il tiifit.i ,ri-
Before Tftkilicuniversalbisaltudei r, '"wm . .
bLf,iluin Hie back.u5r Aaiina
dimness of vision, prematura old age, uud many
oilier diseases that lend to lusanllv, couettmption
or a premature crave.
rr7Fiill parilculara In our pamphlet, which we
ill siae to semi free hv niatl to evurvone. H"Th
speclllc Medicine Is sold bv all druggists at ft per
iuicKae, or six packagea for or will be sent free
nv mini on receipt, of I he money, hv addressing
Tlia UIUY MRDICIN K CO.,
lit rrALo, N. Y .
Sold in Cairo hv Paul rVh'iti.
a week tuvonrown town. h outfit
frun. No risk, everything new, capi
tal not required, we will furnish you
everything Many are making fur
tunes Ladles make as much aa men,
nnri nnya and girls make great pay.
Reader, if yon want a huatnysaat which, you can
ni tike ireat nay all the tlmo you work, writs for par
ticulars to II II ult.-t t & Co., Portland, Jlaiue.
Wo rontlnun lo set as Solicitors for rntenti, Caveats,
Trade .MurkH, Copyrlghla. etc., for the United suites,
ciiiiaila, Cuba, Kngliinrt, Franco, Germany, etc. We
have hud llilrly-llvo yeara'ciperCcuce.
I'liii'iiisotualiied through us aro noticed In theRn
rsnuc amfrican. This large and splendid Illus
trated wiek I y paper. 3 . 2 0 a year.ahowa the Progresa
of science, is very Interesting, and has an enormous
clrruliiiloit. Address MUNN A CO., Patent Sollot
lora, Pub's, of SflKNTlKIO Amkrican, 87 Pork" Itow,
New York. Hand book about Patents free.
Hhni. F. CiiiArrnN, iSrony B. Ladd
IlAi.nKitr K. I'afnr.
Laie Commissioner of l'atenis,
1' A T Ii 1 T S
l'AINK, C1HAFTON & LADD,
Atlornevs ut Law and Solicitor of Americas and
4 U FT FT II STIIKKI',
WASHINOTON, D. C.
Practice patent law In nil Its branches In tha
I'aieul onice, and In the Nuprutnu and Circuit
Courts of llni I jilted Slatee Pamphlet sen! fre
OH lerelpt. ot stamp for poalate.
i ni l i l l". ii i viirilHTHS--Vairmtlreiil hoi.
f r. . 1 I . n i ... . " -" . - --
. i.iu.. ...,.,,.,.. ' ...it. re i.rann tilHnorrirtea. lonr
Very naillisome roituo irinT., nHT-uuii ...v..
three unisons, Realty's matchless iron frames, stool
book, coyer, hoierl, I'JJi! 75 to Bl7 50; catalogue
prices, SIIIMI to SI. (Hill : aatlsfacilon guaranleeil or
money refunded after oue year's nae; nprlght pt-
...k.... ai-js... ijr.it . ....I.,.),. .,(.. I'.Hn in
ftlfO'll., ri.V "' il"f, vni.n'fU" Jfl I, . .IfUU ,w
Km); standard pianofortes of tha universe, aa
tnotisaiiiis tesniy ; write tor aiimniutn tuigi irs
tlmonliils ; Realty's cabinet organs, cathadral,
church chapel, parlor, 1,1(1 npward ; visitors wel
come; free carnage mneta trains; Illustrated cat
alogue iholldny I'linloiO tree. Address or call on
IiAMKI. V, HKATTY, Waatilncion, New .li'isey.
VdKN'IN WANTKD.-A rare rhanretomake mon
ey ispldly sell Ing our New Hook :
Sew York liy Niniliirlit an l (iasliclit.
Hhowitig up lite New York of t day. with Its pala
ces, Its crowded thoroughfares, its rushing eleva
ted trains, lis countless sights, Its romances, lis
mysteries, Its dark crimes and terrible trsgedlea.
Its charities, ai d In fact every phase of life In tha
crest city Don't wastetlmeln selling slow books
hul send for circulars giving full table of content,
terms to agents, 4c. Prospectus now ready and
territory In great demand. Addreas,
Hotiglii Hros. A' I'Hvne, Cincinnati, Ohio.
rilAYX! PI.AYM! Pl.AYNM! PLATS!!!!
For Heading Clubs, tor AmatetireTheatrli als, Tem
perance Plava, Drawlfigroom Plays. Kalry Plays,
Klhioplati Plays, Hiililu Hooks, Speakers, Paulo
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ored Pirn, Hum t. Cork, Theati'lral Face Prepara
tions, .larli'v'a Wax Works, Wigs, Heard, Mousta
ches, Costumes, Charades and Paper Scenery.
New Catalogue sent free, containing full de.crip
tton and prices. AM UKL FRENCH A SON,
P.. Hth St., New York.
YOUNG MKN phym nmr'monVh'Ta'ntrba
certain of a situation, address Valentine Hrothera,
A Y KAK and expenses to agonla
file free. Address
P, O. VICKIRY, Augusta, lie.
ADVKHTI8J RSI send for our select list of loea
Newspapers . Oeo. P. Rowell A Co., 10 Hpmca
treel, New York.
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