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That hnckin cough can be so quickly
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FELLOWS' IIYPOPUOSPHITES dif
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results following its first use have since been
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I shall recommend it to my friends."
Henry Bkrtolktti, '
May 24th. 00 Main St., Buffalo.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
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great popularity, from its intrinsic value as
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Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
Br un. j. a. noixANk).
In all of tho Into Dr. Holland' writings, wo
know of nothlnir which iviiiiiIh Itiputlioa mid
ti'inlerucHs llin following dentil II ul poem, ami
It value Is ciiliiinecil when It I known that
thoHiitbor drHcrilios tils own father In "old
If t Rlinll ever win the homo In heaven,
For whom awoot rent I humbly pray,
In (ho areiit ecnipanv of the forgiven,
1 shall Uo Bint) to tl'nd old Daniel Gray.
Old Daniel Amy wns not a man who lifted
On ready wotil hlH weight of (rratituilo,
And wan not called hiiioiik the trifled.
In tbo prayer-meet ln of his neinhliorhotid.
He had a few old-fashioned wordn ant phnipes,
Llnlosl In with saerud texts and Hominy
And 1 8iipxo that In hU prayers and irrnoes
I've heard them at leant a tluuiHiind times.
I see him now hi form, his face, his motions,
Hi! homcipun luitdt and his silver hair,
And hear the Iiuikuiimo of ti I trite devotions,
JUrtiiiif hell I ud tho stmiKht-bitcketi kitchen
I can remember how the Sentence sounded
"Help u. 1) Lord, to pmy and not to faint I"
And bow the "ctaiiUcriiijr and to conquer"
The loftier aspiration! of the saint
He hud some notions that did not Improve htm.
He never kixsed his children ko tiiey say.
And finest sei nes and fairest Mowers would
Less than a horse-euoo picked upon tho way.
He had a hearty hatred of oppression.
And rlirhteoiiH unl for sin of any kind:
Ala-, that the traiiui-essr mid transgression
Were linked together In his honest mind,
He could see naught hut vanity In beauty,
And naught tint weakness in a fond caress.
And pitied men whose views of Christ Urn duty
Allowed Indulgence in such foolishness.
Yet there, wcro love mid tenderness within
And 1 ion told that w hen his Charley died,
Nor nature's need nor m utle words could win
From his fond vipils at tho sleeper's sldo.
And when they came to bury little Charley,
Thev found fresh dew-drops sprinkled in his
And 011 his breast a rnsp-hud fathered early,
And miosaed, but did not know, who put it
Honest unci faithful, consistent In his ealllii'
Strletlv attendant on the means of irrncc,
Instant In prnyer, and fearful most of failing,
Old Daniel Gray was always In his place.
A practical old man and yet a dreamer.
Ho thought in somo strantrc, unlooked-for
His niltrhty Friend in Heaven, tho greut Re
deemer, Would honor him with wealth some golden
This di-enm he carried In a hopeful spirit,
I'ntil In death his patient eye grew dim,
And his Redeemer called him to inherit
The heaven of wealth lonjf gathered up for
So If I ever win tho homo in heaven,
For whoso sweet rest I humbly hopo and
In the great company of the forjrlven,
1 shall be sure to find old Daniel tiniy.
A HAPPY RESULT.
"Let us pet married at onee," urged
Harry, "and lot my father undo it if he
can! I tell you, Rose, it's tho only way.
Ho lias set his heart upon my marriago
with tho daughter of somo old chum,
longlo.st and recently recovered; and,
though sbo may bo tho paragon of per
fection ho describes, sho is not my little
lovely Rose! Slio is coming to tho
house to bo introduced to me, I believe.
My darling, protect mo against her
spells with love's best armor. Let mo
feel ami remember, in my own heart,
that already I have a charming, pre
"But it will make your fathor so an
grv; and I am so poor," sho said.
"Would it bo right to do this?"
'My darling, I can seo no wrong in
H," ho said. "I am twenty-live, and
earning a good income, quito independ
ent of my father's wealth. In fact. I
care much less for his money than his
blessing, Rose; and I have too much
coulidence iu his goodness and warmth
of heart to seriously duiibt his giving
that when once ho realizes that tho
step wo havo taken is irrevocable. Isn't
it evident that ho is iu tho wrong? Ho
never gave mo causa to supposo that ho
would intcrfero with my choico until
quite lately and suddenly. Ho was in
high spirits over a chanco encounler
with somo old friend, whom ho had not
seen for years, and said he, 'My friend
has a daughter, Hal; what a wifo sho
would mnko for you!' I thought he
was in jest at first, ami certainly I shall
not saeriheo tho happiness of two lives
to gratify a foolish whim of his. Why,
he has never even seen the girl I Hd
owned ns much to me. Ono 'knock
down blow,' dear, a plain declaration,
'Father, I urn already married !' will be
worth all ti e pleading iu Iho world.
He'll succumb at otn o to tho inevitable,
you see. Darling Rosie, say you will
marry me tit onee."
Roso gave way, after a littlo coaxing,
stipu'ating only Unit she should be "al
lowed to remain at homo until tlio mar
riage could bo publicly acknowledged."
llarrv nirreed to this very readily.
I'll fix up a bright little nest for my
bird," ho said, "and then I'll come and
claim her. It won't be a week from
our wedding-day, sweet, before I tuko
Tnere was no'hing difficult nbout this
marriage fate seemed propitious to
tho lovers. Harry said, laughingly,
that their troubles were all to coino,
when his father should le-mi how they
had overreached him. Roo had told
liim timidly that if there- was any delay
the could not be married.
"For papa is going to lako mo some
where with him this evening I don't
know where, but ho told me 1 must
look my prettiest and I must bo home
in time,'' sho said unrnestlv; and Har
ry, though secretly ho chafed n littlo at
this "ordering about" of his littlo wifo,
had sense enough to acknowledge that,
for tho present, papa must bo obeyed.
No delay occurred, however. The first
clergyman to whom they went was at
homo and at liberty, and Roso and
Harry left his presence man and wifo.
It was sorely tho most hurried of
weddings. Tho bridegroom had scarco
ly time to snatch a kiss ero tho bride
had escaped him and ran homo.
Ho went home merrily enough, feol
ing rather sorry, in advance, for his
father's disappointment, and resolved
to break it to him ns gently as he
"A perfect paragon, my boy," said
old Mr. Miller, enthusiasiieally; "she'll
bo hero to-night, and you'll leo. I
can't toll how many years she bus kept
hor father's house, and nursed him in
sickness" (" Somo miserablo old
maid!" thought Harry to himself)
"but you'll havo me to thank for find
ing you a perfect pearl of a woman I
What a daughter for mo, too, when I
am old! Ah, I want you to marry hor,
and bring her homo lo mo at onco !"
Harry listened for awhile In silenco.
"I won't toll him I am marriod just
at first," thought bo. "Bolter break
that to him by degreoa."
"But my affections are already on
paged elsewhere," ho said gently.
"Would you havo nio marry whero 1
feel no love?"
"Wait till you son tho girl," said hp.
"I'll answer for it that you'll lovo hor.
Why, Pvo seen hor pieturo only, and 1
tell you it's liko a fresh young roso !
Thoy'ro coming to dinnor this evening,
so do your best to pleaso hor, my boy.
I'm not afraid of you liking her, but bur
father thinks sho has a notion for somo
young jackanapes alroady, and you
must do your best to cut him out. I
toll you that on the day whou you toll
me that girl is your wife I give you hall
my fortune. The other half shall come
at my death to your first child. There!
I can't say fairer. You're handsome
very liko mo a lino, well-spoken young
fellow why shouldn't vou nloaso my
old friend's gtrl? Hark! there's tho
bell. They're coming now."
Harry sat silent and ill at ease. His
father's earnestness, the intensity with
w hich he evidently desired this match,
distressed nnd pained him.
"The dear old father!" he thought in
his heart. "I hate to disappoint him
so!" But still ho kept silenco, for the
hopo began to dawn upon him: "Tbi9
girl, it seems, looks with favor ou some
other man. After all, it may appear to
him that tho denial of his wishes comes
And, flattered by this thought, he
looked up hopefully as tho door flew
open wide, and an old gentleman and
a fair young girl came in.
Ho could not seo her face at first, for
Mr. Miller received her literally with
"My pivt'y littlo one," said he warm
ly. "Welcome to your father's oldest
friend! And hero's my son," ho added,
turning her toward Harry. "If you like
him as well as "
But hero a cry of wonder and delight
"R .so !"
And tho two lovers sprang into each
Mr. Miller looked in utter wonder at
his old friend, who gave a cry of amaze
ment. "That your son! Why that's tho
jackanapes I told you of!"
And then the whole misunderstanding
was mado clear, and tho two old mon
"Any way, you'll marry her, and
so PU havo my way," said old Miller.
But Harry, with grave nnd serious
face, declared such a marriage quito
"To tell the truth, I am already mar
ried," said he solemnly, while Rose
cropt shyly to his side. "I thought to
steal a march ou you, sir, that's tho
truth, and so Roso and I got married
this very morning. Allow me to pre
sent to you your daughter in-law."
Tho old man gave Roso a hug and a
"You thought yourselves mighty
smart, s dd ho. "taking such pains to
circumvent and oppose- my wishes, yet
fulfilling them all the time. Welcome
home, pretty little wifo !"
Thomas Nast, tho most famous of all
tnodcro cartoonists, arrived from Lead
villo on Sunday evening last, and is at
this moment a guest at the Windsor
Hotel. Mr. Nast is traveling with
a party of friends, and has during
his stay in Colorado visited among
other places Silver Cliff, whero it is
understood he has large mining inter
ests. In appearance tho great cartoonist is
a short, full, thick-set, heavy-built man
broad in the girth and chest. His face
is naturally full and somewhat round,
but owing to tho stylo in which he
w ears his beard, which is that of tho
sixteenth century, long and pointed,
while tho whiskers are cut close, as
seen casually has a rat her long and oval
a'.od appearance. His head is not par
ticularly large, but the forehead is
round and full, with the bumps of per
ception, drawing, size and individuali
ty well defined. Tho eyes, which aro
full, bright and dark, aro soniowhat
deeply set, and are surmounted by
heavy bushy eyebrows. The nose is
straight and slightly aquiline, while the
mouth is large, with full and expressive
lips. He wears a heavy mustache
which, together with the hair, beard
and whiskers, is black in color, though
now beginning to bo somewhat tinged
Tho hands of tho cartoonist, howev
er, are the most sponking portion of
bis individuality they are of medium
size, full and plump like a woman's
with fingers that, though not long, are
supple in their movements, the points
of the digits being slightly flattened,
with thumbs a triile short and having
tho appearance of being almost double
jointed. An unobtrusive, quiet, gentlemanly
man, who, save for tho quick, compre
hensive look of i he eye, and probably
unconscious observance of all that
passes under his attention, one would
puss unnoticed. Denver Tribune.
A Stilish General,
Ono night in the spring of 'G2, Gen.
Richardson, who then commanded a
brigade took it into his head to inspect
the picket line. Coming upon a re
served picket of abouL thirty men un
der command of a Captain of tho 2d
Michigan infantry, the General saw fit
to interrogate as follows:
"Captain, in case of an alarm by tho
advance pickot, what would you do?"
"Send olf a reinforcement at onco.".
"And if the firing continued?"
"I should movo up with the remain
der of my force."
"And suppose a whole company of
the enemy should press forward?"
"We'd whip them."
"But if it was a regiment?"
"I'd form a lino of battle and check
them until I sent back and got orders
to chargo and capture the wholo lot."
'Well, supposo a brigade should movo
down on you in battle lino?"
"I'd order a chargo, split tho col
umn in two, and whip both halves in
At midnight tho bravo Captain was
relieved from further duty on picket.
Ho was very indignant and considera
bly puzzled, but, after thinking tho
matter over for a while, ho saidto a
"Say, Pvo struck it! Old Rich, was
afraid my company might gobblo tho
whole confederate army and throw him
out of a summer's lob. K that ain't
selfishness then I'd like to know what
An American's Viws of Fronoh Pecu
liarities. Am living nna too 'Mairio," wldoh
Is tho Mayor's olllco. Kvory ward in
Paris has a Mayor. Principal business
sooms that of marrying. Continual
Btroanis of weddings n't tho Muirie. Be
tween 11 and 12 o'clock daily soems tho
regulation time f r those ceremonies
at l ho Mairio by the Mayor. Cabs with
wedding parties are continually driving
into tho court yard of tho Mairio.
French houses aro generally so built as
to allow carriages to drive Insido. En
tertainment for man mid boast. Also
prevents ladies driving out from get
ting wet when it rains.
Crowd nlways outside tho Mairio
peeoing through iron bars of gale at
we Iding show. Strange curiosity, pe
culiar to all civilized nations, that of
seeing a man and woman swearing
they'll lovo each other for life. Or
just before they swear they'll love each
other all their days, or just after. It's
n b'g contract to take in somo cases,
isn't it? Don't all speak at once. In
Franco they havo double-onder wed
dings. '1 no church marries tho couplo first,
the republic by tho Maire at tho Mairio
second. Vwe la llepuhllquc! In law
a marriage won't stick hero unless tho
republic marries. Iu religion it won't
stick uiile-s the church marries. Be
tween courts of heaven and ea th tho
French knots aro tied pretty fast. Le
gal ami ecclesiastical ceremonies are
entirely independent of each other. To
suit all parties tho Church must clinch
tho nail at ono cud, tins State ut tho
other. It is well.
Going to Versailles, tho other d.i',
saw a wedding procession coming along
tho road on foot, bound for tho church.
Br'nlo at tho head, in white and orange
blossoms, ou pa's arm, trailing a foot
and a half of train iu tho dust for a
mile and a half. From behind, in black,
dusty, uncomfortable and perspiratory,
villagers running from all directions to
seo the show. Saw two largo women
with woodon shoes, running down a
narrow, stony street. Much chatter.
Large women, each holding ono hand
of small boy, and as thev ran small boy
was yanked over the gutters at tho rato
of ten feet to tho yank. All to be in
time to see the wedding procession
After Oornwallis' Surrender.
Tho diary of Col. Samuel Smith, of
the Maryland lino at Yorktown, alter
wards a United States Senator from
Sunday, 21st Tho enemy march'd
out of town in three divisions, guarded
by tho militia of the State, to their dif
ferent rendezvous assigned them; 1st,
to Frederick Town, iu Maryland; 2d,
to Staunton, in Virginia; 3d to Fred
erick, in Virginia.
Monday, 22d Tho Pennsylvania Bri
gade marched into town, and acted us
guard and fatigue for the day.
Tuesday, 23d Relieved by G. C. B.,
who continued to collect tho ordnanco
and stores, small arms, etc.
Wednesday, 24th Relieved by G. L.
B. The publick stores wcro examined
and taken into custidy. Maj'r Alexan
der appointed to procure tho quats for
Thursday, 25th Tho Marquis B.
marched into town for this day. I hav
ing the ague and fever rode to Wil
liamshurgh, and quartered w ith several
of tho officers that wore sick previous
to my coming out.
Friday, 2Cth I took medisin admin
istered by Doctor Malachi Trcet, Sin'r
Surgeon nt that place.
Saturday, 27th Went in company
with tho Doctor to visit tho sick and
wounded in tho different hospitals in
Sunday, 2Slh Devoted the day to
the curiosities of the town. The cap
pitol in the center of town is a verry
elligant building in which all publick
business is transacted relative to yo
State. Id the center of which his L'd
ship Bortilort, late Governor of the
Stat, is represented standing on a rnar
plo pillor in full size.
Monday. 2!Hh Wont in company
with a number of the Gent'n of Town
to seo tho Palace in which ho, Dartilort
The most magnificent publick build
ing I ever saw afterwards burnt by
accident Next tho college, sitidale &
bedloin are three elegant publick
Tuesday, 30th This day tho Field
officers of each regiment was appointed
to collect goods to the amount of 7
sterling for each present officer of their
Wensday, 31st Rodo to the cappitol
landing on an outlet from tho York
River din'd in company with a num
of tho officers on oysters and fish.
Ooppnr Production of the Unitod States.
The statistics of the production of
copper in the United States show a to
tal output of .0(.8o5.6 18 pounds of ingot
copper. Four-lifths of tho wholo amount
were derived from the upper peninsula
of Michigan, and 70 per cent, from ono
county. The net prolit of tho copper
industry is about $2,fcOO,0(H). or about 8
percent, on the capital invested. It
requires C2 cents worth of capital to
Produce one pound of copper yearly,
'hirteen Slates and Territories aro pro-
uueers, as ioiiows:
B,;04,4OO Not rcp'td.
Since 1870 the product has increased
116 percent, in weight, and 70 per
cent, in valu i, while the capital invest
cd has increased 303 per cont!
Suilmaker Isaiah E. Crowd!, Unitod
States navy, attached to tho Wabash nt
tho Boston navy yard, was roeontly
tried by court-martial for enticing
young girls into his quarters for im
moral purposes. Tho court sentenced
him to bo imprisoned for tivo years,and
then dismissed the servlco. It was
found, however, that the young womon.
in tho case wcro willing victims, and
tho secretary of tho navy reduced the
imprisonment to six months, at tho end
of which time ho was dismissed.
Nouralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of ihe Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Thrdnt, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other Pains
Ko Preparation en earth rquul St. Jacobs Oh u
a , iir-,tm),'iuel ri External KeuiHy.
A trial eiiUtiU lut the coinpiiratively trlliini? outlhy
of no 4'fiitn, nnd every one nidi rlnc wuh pain
can have cheap kikI positive j.nKif of lla t'laium.
Directions in Eleven IjuiKUagt.
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Such b (.'mminiution. Itrom hitis, As'lim Centr
al Hetiility. Ilmln Exhaustion, Chroi i- i't u
rtlpHiion.t lironic Jluirhu n. iyi"i"ia
Or I.ok of Nei'voun l'nwor,
Aro positively cured liy Fcllaws' (.'(impound Syrup
A phosphorus entVf ; larii'-ly Into the animal
economy, it tieconies par excellamo the hect ve hi
cle with tthkh to assorinle the other vitalizing in
eredieuts of ioaltl.y Mood, nerve and niuctle. In
Fellow' Syrup of llvpophoppliitea are comldlii'd
all the u'Mli'.tii;i' ium e-mry to liooire robui-l health
and whenas it was invented with a view to nippty
every deficiency, it certainly tiax performed ome
Manchenter. N. It. .June K 1-sKI
Mr. Janiea I. Kellow-n: Ilcnr Sir I wnli torn-It-tiowledne
the. treat hem-Ill I have received from the
ne of Fellow' I'cnupouinl v rup of llvpophon
phltes. I hnve heen an invalid for nearly two yean
with a hronch al ailc-etlon that had hecome chronic.
In the fit I of 1 hiul a iliy Hie inn eiu'liiy davo In
mrcenidoii,, tiuide Hie eoufiiM'l of revural other
Tile) gave me hut little rnronrii;i mctit. nome of
them none. I.act July I wa advW d to (five your
remedy a trial. I did u, and In Ir-s than one week
there wan a marked improvement for the hetter. I
have continued It tine from tuat time until the
nrcnent. improviiij: all t e time, ami I can truthful
ly Kay that I am more tlian a hundred e-r cent het
ter than when I commenced li nue. I have increaa
cd in weleht about llf.een pound, and mv cough,
which wa (earful, Im hearty dlioippran d i be
lieve had it no! heen lor your Syruii, l fhould ere
thli have heen heyoiid the rare r,f lf...
Very truly your, AI.IIKIiT PTOKY.
tW Dt not he deceived hy remidle hearing a
similar name; no other prcpa 'niton In a entiMHtite
for thin, under any clrcumtance.
FOit S.U.K MY IlhTUUISTS.
A New and complete Hotel, fronting 011 l.evce
( Second and Hal I road Street,
Thft Paotiger Depot of the (.'hirago, St. I.ouls
and New Orle'iiin: llllnol Central; Wn'mxh. St.
I.oiiln and 1'aclllc; Iron Mountain and Smthern;
Moh'lu and Ohio; t air and M. I.oiii Hallway
are all Jut aero the lreet; while, the Steamboat
Landing I but one (jimre disiunt,
. Thin Hotel I heated hy ttieiun, ha tenm
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevaior, Klc trte Cull Hell.
Automatic Flro-Alarm. Hath. ntiotiitely pure air,
perloct sewerage and complete appointment.
Superb furnichlng; perfect service; and an tin
axcelled table .
Jj. 1 PAHKKIt .V CO.,I,OBRo
1 N.w rublnuM l'rf nn. FmrrMt, Brrrtklar, blla.
Boldbrdr.l.ralii lMir k tarr (coral.. Illwin t 1. 1.
Ginger, Hucliu, Mandrake, Stillingia and many
. . - l ... Lnn.u., nmmmtiinM In Par.
,11 lilt? UCM .m.v... .
'KitH'stiiNr.KRToNic.iiitoamcdiciiieof auclt va-;
Vied and clleclivc pnwera.n to mane it i regrirar
ll.lood l'urifcr and Liver .Regulator and tlio ;
UodtlloftltliAhlronglll licinorcr aver ceu.
I It curri Ilyspcpsia, Khcuiiiatism, Neuralgia,
4t,,l,.buti. nml nil fliseneft of ilia Stomach,
dlowels, Lung, Liver nnd Kidney. -
; Kcmctiibcri inn ioni h trio iw i-amn)
!Medicinoevcrmnilc,niidi .entirely cliflcrent from
'Hitter, (.linger preparation, nnd other 'J'omc, n.
'it never intoxicate hiitcurcdninkcnne. N""'
.;nnin" without ii'nalurff of II mrnr ft ( n,, N. Y.
Parker's Hair Daisam
eotiiHnli'&l liftlr -
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. Tlio (Irent Eng-
1111 remedy, All
unlading cure for
pnttmcv nml all
dloai-cj Hint folow
as a ii(iiunco
or aoir-ahtiHe; uj.
dlmnopa of virion, premiiluro old ago, nnd many
othur rilaeaua that lead tu tnnauttv,; consumption
or a premature rravii.
fur-Full particular in our pamphlut, which we
dtinlao to end free hv mull to evervnim. l1fTTlie
Mper.llloMudlc.lnu I old hv nil drugglt at $1 tier
pacKago, or alx package! for Jit, or will ho aunt frua
bv mall ou receipt of the moiniv, bv addrelnir.
Tlltt UHAY MHWCINK of).,
HumM), N . V .
Bold Id Cairo bv 1'aul Schuh.
iA. Tlnal)lo Discovery and New Departure In Med.
oal HelMie. an entirely New and po.lHrlr Itoollr
ixmeily for ttiM aperaly and ponuanHot Cure of Oamt
utl tmlanlona Iinpotency li the ooir tru
way, in, Direct Application to the prlonlpal Hm
01 the 1 1 wiawt, avtiuir lif AbnorpUon. anil eiertlu
ltiiiwlilelullunoon tliebomlaiU Veaicles, Kiao
ulatory riuoU, Frontnto Olautl, and Urethra. Tha
nwi oC the lltimedjr la alumiltxl with no palu or tncon
VHnlentie, and done nut InUrfi.ro lih Urn ordinary
ptiniiiuof life It la qnleklr dlHolvd and anoo ajC
aorlMKl, nnKluclaK an lainiuilUttinouthliMiaod rxetdr.
atlve uiwt Uhiu the entual anil Dnrrou onranlia
tlonawrHisked (mm aalf-almaeaud eiomM,auipplDa
tho drain from tho ontmn, mauirlns the mind to
bnalthaadiiound memory, rinoln the Dlmneaa
of BiKht, Nervuue lHibUlty, Uonfualon of Ideaa,
Averelun to Society, etc., eU, and the appnaranca
of premature old eve uieiull aerouitaDylti thla
troulile.atid rmUirlnic porfuct Boxuul vitior.ihra
It ha hiwo dormant (or yuara. 'i bla modaol tmat
nieut bu ttood tbo kt la iry Mvare owns, and la
DowapruootiDued ncei. Ilrugaaratoonitiob pre
K tilmd Inthraw trotiMoa,and,aa mani can boar wit
nMato.wlth but little If anypttrmannolcood. Thara
la no Nomhupw alxiut thla l'rearaUon. Trv-tioal on
aHrratiiio nnaliiMi ua to uonlllvnly Kuorantee that It
will aiteaututfavtloa. Liurliig (tie bibt yuan that
It baabnonlnaiiaoraluiw, we bavo thouuniUof taetU
nionUli a to Ita value, and It I now oflncxtdnd by tba
Mud leal 1'roftwilon to xm the nnwt rational maca yet
dlKootnred of roi li ln lod eurlnR thla vary prevalunt
trouble, tbat la wtU known to be tba caniie of nntold
nilmry to ao many, and upon whom quocka pmy with
tliulr uwlma Dnatruina aod bltr fuea. Tba itamndy
a put up lo nai Dniii. of inrenaltMt, Ho. l.laoouan
to)aatamonUi,lt3; No. 0, mulbcient to "Moot a !
Oianent curu, nnleaa la euvura caa, SO I Mo. 8.
liaating over thrna monttta, will atop emlulona and
mauire vlnr In the wont caxrn,) 91. Hnt by maU,
1 7. 8-nt by maU,
analw, In plain wrapimra. Full IIf
tun tor wiO acootnpany KACH BOX.
i IcauJellip A natomlvnl I llumtratton
I ana imtlmwuy. rieM trill rawrtare 1
II imntt hkrftlirtil I hot thru ran br I
li rrntarr4ltnirrirrttnanlitwf,andflt- I
1 trd for Dim d lit Urn of lifr, nam ua f
nrevr afrrtrd. toll tiL.V by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CHEMlSKa,
Market and 8th SU. St. LOUI8. Ma
JJOTICF. TO ('(INTRACT0K8.
("Hy Clerk a Office, 1
Cairo, III., DecertbTUd, f
Sealed proposal w l I he received al t bin office, di
rected to the City Council of ihe, City of Cairo, un
til o'clock p m. of Tueday, December IS h, 1H8I,
for furnlhliig the material and doing the work, c
dtdtig 'he work. neceury for the conntructlon and
reeonatructiou of the following ldvwalk , to he re
rnnetruteed of hrlck, via: On the northerly aide of
Mb etreet. riiimiiig :i?.i feet catwardlv from V alnut
treet; on the motherly lcle of Mh Mrect, running
'.Ti feel eitwanliy f.'om Vt alnut t. ; on we-terly
ide of Comnierrlnl avenue, ir feet. In front of lot t
block i, cl.y of Cairo; on thn eterlv title of Pop
lar etreet, between 17th and 1Mb atreeta: on the
northerly aldeo' 17th etreet, between Poplar etreet
and Commercial avenue, 'cTceptlng In front of lota
88, :n. 40. hliH k 17. Bret edition lo Cairo, already
htu't hy lot ownerai: on the eaterly aide of Wath
Ingtott avea ue. P 0 feet uorthward from corner of
fcth street: on the northerly aide of 1.1th a'reet, run
Ding iVl feet etwardly from Cedar at reel: on the
easterly lde of Waltlngton avenue, between lBth
and io:h etreet; on the weeterlv lde of Wabiny
ton avenue, between -Jot h and Center trete; on
the aoiither'y aide of ith afreet, between Washing
ton avenui- and I'oplar etreet.
To he reconlrticled of wood. vr. On the north
erly aide of 111-U etreet, betwean Waelilngtrm ave
nue and I'oplar etreet : ou the weeterly eltle of V.' al
nut treet. between Mth and Mill aireete; oa tba
eaterly aide of Walnnt treet. between llth and
l-.'ih etreet; on the northerly aide of 5th tree, be
tween Commercial av nueand Waehlngton avenue;
on the northerly aide of Mh etreet, running 1 feet
wiiterly from W arhirigton avenue; on the eouther
lv aide of Mh tr-et. running 15' feet weeterly from
Vahlngton avenue; on the eaterly aide of Vaeh
lugtoii avenue, hetv.eeti .'iih and tiih etreet ; on the
weeterly eld of Commercial avenue, between 90th
and Slid irw t; on the northerly aldeofirtth atreet,
running feet from I'oplar atreet towarda Com
mercial avenue; on theoutheriTldeof 'i7th i'reel,
between Commercial avenue and I'oplar etreet: on
the noriherly ide of 1Mb treet, running iW) feet
we-eriy fioin Walnut tnet; on the eoutherlyalde
of in th etreel, between Commercial avenue and
loplar etreet; on the aoutherly aide of Dlvialon
atreet. between I'oplar etreet and Washington ave
To be contructed of wood: On the eaelerly aide
of Poplar atreet. between iSih and U7th atreeta; on
the northerly lde of 17tb treet. between Washing
ton even e and Walnut atreet; and on the eaalerly
aide of Sycamore, etreet, from Sid atreet to fStn
A provided by ordinance No. 7S, approved No
vember :)d, 11; wh'ch I on file In thi office, and
auhject to examination at anv time. The right to
reject any ami all bid reeerved by tho City.
I). J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rhoumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kldnoy Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains
Arc Superior lo all other Plaatere.
Are Superior to I'oda.
Aro Superior to I.lalmrnte.
Are Superior to Olotinenta or ataWea.
Areaupcrlor to Electricity or gaJyaoiam
They Aet Immediately.
They Relieve rain at Once.
They Foaitivrly Cure.
1 m I l"9l All Hcnaon'eCapcIn'''Wo',"Pl
fit I II 1 1 1 N tcra have been imitated. 1)0
LHUI lUll a not allow your draggiat to
. m ki...na t.owtnr. a aimilaa
paim oa aomo outer . ...e, . -founding
name. See that the word ie polled
U-Af-C-l-N K. I'nce -ia.
.N K l-rice a no.
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
ManufacturiiiK Chemiaut, New ork.
slllKUK;WlilY AT LAST TPrire We,
MEAD'S Modicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
PERFECTLY RESTORE THE HEARING
and perform the work of
Alwav In ooilllon. but lnlallle to ouiara.
AU Iboulertioo antl avail wlilwm M dlj
tliii'ilv Wa nfar to thoi uilag tham. Bena (or
ft "aerflitlve circular with katlmo.il.ilB. Addreaa,
H. P. S, PECK ft CO., 80 Uroadwai New York.
-wv "r- rst rilbtialnnai now before the public
I 1 I AL I MYou can make money fnaterat
l 1 I work for ua than al anything
I I I 'A I I e'eo. Capital not needed. We
J-irvy J- wm utartyoti. l.adayand
upwaril made at home by the
lEdualrlotii men, women, boy and girl wanted e
erywhere to work for ua. Now la tho time. You
can work In aparo tltno only or ulve your whole time
to the bneineaa. You eau live at home and dp the
work, No other bulna will pay you nearly aa
well. No ono can fall to make enormoua par by
onKaglng at once. Coatly outfit and terma free.
Money mado faat, easily and honorably, Addreaa
True $ Co., Augu ta, Malne,-10-3o.