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THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1881.
va. , IVmilnr Vitality, Hrrmui 1'rua
Irallon, tnnnifrnrrnri' from levers
nil t hronl. 4 htlU taiul tvwr. 1 1 aery cl
every purpeu whuru a iuNiu la necessary,
Iinufatturcl The Dr. Harter Medicine Co, 8t Lonii
The following In ono of the very many tcitlma
Dials w are retch Inn dally i
tlntlmn: Home throe moiitlm no I began the
UM Of llll, llAIIIKIl'H I IK i.N 'J'oMU, upOU the ltl
Vine of iiiany friends wlio knew ItH virtue. 1 oil
Diri-rliiK rr.m irftifrnl dchllliy ti such an extent
that my labor saaexceodliigly burdensome tome.
A vacation of a uionth did not (five me mu.h re
lief, but on Ihe contrary, was followed hy In.
creased prostration ami alnklmr chill. At this
Ume I b-an Hit) use of y.,w jfjiON '1'ONIC, from
which 1 reallied almost Immediate ami wonderful
result. I'lie old energy returned ami I found that
piy natural force win nut permanently abated. I
have used three bottles of iheTuNic. hlnco ualns
It I have done twlco the labor that 1 ever dM In tba
aine time during rny Illness, aud Willi double the
tic. W lit) tliu lniiniill nerve and vlttnruf body,
has come ulno a clearness of Uiouyhl never before
enjoyed. If the Tjnkj has not done the Work, I
liuow not what. Jgtve It the credit.
J. 1 WATHl lk,
Troy, 0., Jan. , 1878. 1'antur chrlaiian church.
! e by DruggUU and General Dealer Every whom
If T'iu are a man
It you nrf a
niiui nf b'l- m
o f tu iet . w i.k-
tnM by Hie aintln of
your unoe avow
nlKi't worn, to m
trr brain nrvnud
If yno am youna and
dti-n -lion or dimai
rtt-d or slna-lo. old or
ui m, rvly on Hop
wwte, uui Hop B.
KUffHring from any an
tton i u you are mar
tuuiik, nilTrbiK from
Imr uu a bud of aiok
Bltters. w TicicTBr you ro,
whriitfi'r yoo fwl
thut y tt u r ry'b'iu
Intf or rtlmuUtini;,
nually from aouie
furui of K I d n a
TydJaMi that I
havu b'i4U ruv
fU 1 by a timely i
dlataMi tLat uulit
IIrtp yna f .
or urt ruiry omi
(t ihu $t"auich.
liitr or nervti I
Tou will Or
ctirwl If yHiui
D. I. C.
la an ataoluta
M tut. fur
lOM) of opluui,
tobacco , or
k'lU. Sad fur
h T.w,U OnU
rly ti k ami
It i It may
life. It hae
THE GREAT CURE
aaH a k sa a sasa a s&. mm
As It 1 fbr all diaeaM of tha KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It elauumi tha ijritem of tha acrid polaon
that oauaoa tba drwdful tu Bering wnicb
ooly the vlotins of Bhenmatlim oan reailaa.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha wont forms of this terrtbla dbwaa
hara been qulcklj nllend, in s abort Urn
kaa had wadrful iimnm, and an Immwna E
aala la every part of tha Country. In bun
dndaoroaaoaUbaaouredwberaall elae bad
nulrd. It la mild, but edieljnt, i'EKTAlS
L.N ITS AC1 ION, but harmlca In all oaMa.
IVlt rlranaea, Ptrenfiheaa and aire ew
I.tfo to all tba Importaut organa of tba body.
Tbo natural action of tho Kidnoy la reatored.
Tba Llvor la sleanaodoralldiwaM.and the
Bowela move freely and healthfully. lathi
waytha worat diaeaaoa x eradicated from
Ai It haa been proved by thonaanda that
la tba moat effeotual ramedy for oleanalng tba
iyitemof all morbid aooreuona. It abound be
oaed in every bouaeboid aa s
Alwava cura UUJOUaNEHrf, (.ONBTIPA
T10N, PILES and all IZiIil-E Diaeaaea.
Ia put up In Iry Vegetable Feria, In tin rani,
one paraatre of wtiK'h miUn tquarta medicine.
AIo tn Liquid Vorm, very Concentrated f or
tba ennvenlenm of thn who cannot niadily pre-
pare it It act irijal tfflncntyin nlwrorm.
err rrorroi'R pnrooisi. rRH.'K,i.o
W ELU, lllllUUDSOM Co.. Frop a,
(Will w nd the dnr Twwt-nald.) Bl KMHiTOH. TT
. A mltiahle Dbacovery and Now Departure In Mail.
Ical HWxoiM, an entirely New and poaltlvnlyelTnctiva
iomwly fur ihfisiMH'dvand permani'UlOurwnf Sonil-
hiU Emiaalnna and Impotency by th only true
way, via: Direct Application to the principal Mab
i lhneaHei. actiiuf bv AOfwimtlnn. anrt t.irtln
U ri-wtlic Influence on toe Seminal Vonlclon, Klao
tuatory Suoua, FroetnUi Qliuid, and Urethra. Xba
nan of the liemedy ia attendi-d with no pain or Inwin-
VKDlencu. and duea nut Interfere wtLh Uia nrttlnarti
pur.uU of I If u It la quickly diwmlved and ioon aii-
feoriwd, producing an Unnidiatiaoithln(aod ruetdr.
atlve eifwt upon the seiual aud nurvoua ontanira
tionawnniked from eelf-ahuao and 6xcerMfta,aUpp!ur
the drain from the ayatora, rmitoriiui the mind to
boallh and aound memory, removlnii Uia Dimness
Of SiKht, Nervous Debility, Conruaion of Ideas,
A Version to Society, etc, etc., aud tho appearance
of premature old uxe nxually awinipanylim thui
trouhle.and reelorlnK perfect boxuiil ViKor, where
t baa bueu dormant for voara, 'J his moleof treut
n nt baa atood the toot In vry anvero cuuwa, and la
sow a pronounced ancgoea. Druira are too much pre
acrlbed In thoae trnubliw, and, aa many can bear wlt-
Swa to, with but little tr any pcrmaueutgvxid. There
no N'nnaeuiw about thla l'niparation. I'ractlcal ob-
aHrvatlunimahhwua to poaltlvHly Kunrnntee that It
will Rive ant lafiiotlon. Duriiut the elKht yar that
It haa lieen In Kuneral urns we bavu thouhandn of tmll
pionUla na to lia value, and It la now enncediid by tha
Hedical I'mfeaalon to bo the mnut rational mean yet
dlHiivnrtd of ruaohlnir and ourii thla very prevalent
trouble, that In well known to be the oeiow of untold
Dilmry to ao many, and upon whom quocka prny with
their uauleaa noatruinl and blK fees. The llemedy
la put up in nont boaea,of thrne alr.es, Na L leuoudb
to taut a month,) S3 1 no. 8. iufflclhut to effect a per-
miinnnt oure, Utueea in mvera oama,i oi o.
(lasilnif over throe inonlha, will elun emliwiona and
restore vigor In the worat oaaea) iS7. Kivnt i hy matt,
SHall,ln plain wrapr-ra. Full DIRECTION! tai
,Sfiil fur Hraleit 1rvrl it ivt fvHh-
I Ivlnulxina Anntomtonl I ffustrafWM i
1 tinaTVHtintmty, wMrH will voiwiuvn 1
I lie tnf mkewiwl "'(if thru run bo
1 r.fwf tnjirttttnunhOit,anl fit-
.. - . .a siswsmW art urifi ntirt ttrH
HARRIS Ktmtui vw, mr u. bntmuiu.
HarkoUnd 8th 8U. ST. LOUIS. MO.
DR, BUTTS' DSE
r a .iitiksMnln niaHMJHM. fctld flJoy ft OftUotV
.i -T..?ai Z t....h ihsi (in ri ni7 fif ooimiliriiU'd cniwa.
mtluDS of the blood, akin or bunoe, tiwiUnt with auo-
. ikn.. njn MtiNmrv iw Pclnnnnu. Meniolni'S,
V Oil NO MEN jio are ullerinfn theelteeM
atalii ail n sap i aUl ' ' a dlaeaiw that unfit Ita vie
tuna for ImnrnM r marrhwe, pernianently cnrwl.
MrwiiV wu.ull.iwu ! i.r..rr.J, anicli ii FHSl anil Invil
ail, bill of nu.ilnD. lo l by p.tlnnu daelrlng trail
...t.i Im. b. mv .dilrM. on tonllettlnn.
CPimea. airrla freaiKautare.lieuK n Ihtlr adilr,
n iMra wMtklaa l tkelr ad.aaMe. U to nut
CMimiilllc.ti'mi MrTctlr naifl'l.lill.l, and .huold Ik .dilmtta
!,' prcparaiiou or i'rotoxlde or Iron, reruvlan
Imrk mil u, Phosphates, associated with the
yeyolnlile Arnniallr. Kmlnrwil by Hie Medical
1 rofesslon, tml recommended by Hum fur Iyn-
IMlnl,. l ni rati ll 1 1 1 lr' I iti..
CLOSING UP TEE CENSUS.
Tlie report of tlio SfiWlnfpniloiit ot
tho tenth census 1ihIIoUm tho near coin-
Ictlon of tho important work under
churt'o. He cstimatcH thnt live
B'xtlmof tho clerleul work lias boon
ione, and thu ono Bixth rpmninlncr will
bo mostly In tho lino of tabulation.
With tho exception of obtaining tho
statlntlcs of uhip-biiildliif', production
of riotrolourri, tho quarrying industry,
anl those relutlnff to tho population
and resources of Ahmku, tho Hold work
of tho tenth census may bo consiilorod
unihiioa. hix ngents aro still employed
on the work and it U oxnoctod that
wiillin & few weeks their labors will bo
miuu i)ro!rres8 has boon made dur
ing the year in tho tabulation and com
pilation of tbo statistical material re
ceived, and early publication U as
Thu total population of tho States
an l Territories, as determined by tho
tenth census, is as follows:
Mil Inn ii:iTi.tii.i
Murylnnd , "Ki.n
Mli'hliritn 1,1 "4, i i"iH
M llHi-iHillp , Ki.Vtl
New 1 1 ttinpsh iro 'Ilr...n
New ,IcTH y ww.twi
Mw ork m
North ( iit'olliiu : l.ii;i.il
Kluwln Islninl "IT.:i,Vl
South Ciiniliiiii TllViVal
'If lit . MH..i'.l7
West Virginia 4i:.'.(iM
Tho Htatos IfcUI.VHI
THnrlot of Columbia Ml.Tu)
New Mexico l74
WriMliliivton , SUVA
Tbo TcrrltorkiS iKi.r.t)
Total population :r-,',;i7l 50,l.Vi,77S
Tho increaso of populitiinn since 1S70
appears lo have boen about 30 per cent.
1 he Superintendent devotes considera-
ubl'i fijiaue to a statement; ot tho tinan
cial embarrassments which at one tinio
threatt-nfd to suspend tlio active work
of his ofiico, and which wouRl hive
mndo susjx)iision an absolute necessity
had not thu services ot a volunteer
force been accepted. U' assumes tho
responsibility for the inadequate appro-
FTiT'ion ailuwcu uy Congress, and gives
ho reasons for the mistaken estimates
When it became fully known that tho
appropriation was inadequate to com.
pleU; tho work to be tiono, the only al
ternative was to disband the office force
and suspend all work until ' Congress
should meet and provide tho money to
go on. or to accept tho service of such
of llio old employes and oflicers as
sh' iild volunteer to work without pay,
without involving tho United States in
any legal obligation for their employ
ment. To have closo.l tho oflioo and
disbanded a force trained to the work
in hand would have added largely to
the expense when tha rciiiuipUon 01 :v
bur wits authorised by Congress, Val
uable clerks would hav i I 'lini other
employment New mrUoihl wculti
have to bo acooptcd, and thu slow 1 ro-
cess of training again undertaken, u-hilo
a delay of six to eight months at a tiw t
critical period of the work, vli- u llio
country was iuipationtly waiiin ' for re
6Uits already in hand, would havo been
disastrous in the extreme.
Afier careful consideration ui t '10
quostion, weighing all possible objec
tions with tho advantages presented.
tho suggestions of the Superintendent
were concurred in by the Seciutry ui
tho Interior, and instructions given 1
jiermit those who desired to voluntee r
to do so, with a full understanding n
their part that the government had no
legal right to make any contract, ex
press or implied, that should bind it in
anticipation of appropriations. At tho
samo time, assurauco was given that all
of tho facts necessary to a full under
standing of tho caso would bo lad bo
foro Congress nt the earliest possible
moment. The average force employed
under tho conditions named has been
700. It represents tho best of tho old
force, and in point of iflicicncy has
steadily improved upon what, at an
earlier period, was considered a high
standard of clerical work. So rapid
and satisfactoryfihas been tho labor per
formed that it is confidently cxpootod
that by tbo timo Congress meets in De
cember the compilation of the tenth
census will bo substantially completed.
INo ono, in view el the facts will ques
tion tho sincerity and good faith of
Gon. Walker in accepting the volunteer
iorco to comploto the Importaut work.
Tbo course he pursued was tho wisost
possible under tho circumstances, and
no stronger ovidonco of his unselfish
devotion to tho servico could bo afford.
ed than tho fact that out of his limited
moans ho placed n, tho disposal of tho
Interior lepai tmont sufficient funds to
meet the pressing obligations that had
boou incurred. Tlio amount expended
by him was about $5,000, In roforriug
to this in Urn report, uen. Walker says
"JmouUl It pleaso Congress to niaKe an
appropriation to covor the amounts so
exoeiiUod. I shall du giauw ue roini
bursed for expenditures mauo in coou
faith and for tho public's interest If
not, I shall accept tho decision of that
body and roirnrd tho amount so expona
nil na mv niu'sonut o.ontrihlltlrm in thft
Btiocoss of a groat public-, work." It Is
estimated that S0,000,wi.ll bo. required
to comploto tho tenth census. Uf this
fJiSO.OOa will bo applied to tbo paymont
ot tho volunteer foroe.- Washington
"Is youv father a Christian?" fcaid a
gontloman to a little boy on ono occa-
slon. "ies, Bir," saiu tne Doy; "om i
boliove ho has not worked, much at it
Cause and Effect.
The main cause of nervouiness is indiircs-
tion, and that is caused by weakness of the
stomach. No one can have sound nerves
and good health without using HOP BIT
TERS to strengthen tho stomach, purify
tho blood and keep the liver and kidneys
active to carry off all the poisonous and
wusto matter of the system. See other
There is but very small proportion of the
women of. this nation that do not suffer
from Boino of the diseases for which KIDNEY-WORT
is specific. When the bowels
have become costive, headache torments,
kidneys out of fx, or piles distress, tako a
packbgo and its wonderful tonic and re
novating power will cure you and give new
An Illinois farmer stole a dog in
Chicago, and never felt a bitoonsciouco
strieken until tho brute spread seven
cases of small-pox in tho neighborhood.
Tho farmer doosn't cure for dogs tmy
Iks- Stanford's' Diamonds.
A Paris correspondent says: I have
recently bouii shown ono of tho most
magnilicont si ts of jewels ever gotten
up in Paris for an American laly. It
was manufactured to order by tho firm
of Tiffany & Co. for tho wifo of ex-Go v.
Stanford, of California, and consists of
a necklaco of largo colored diamonds
intermixed with small whito diamonds,
rubles, sapphires and emeralds, all of
tho purest water. A baud of largo yel
low diamonds encircles the throat each
set in smaller white stones. Ilelowthis
band is placod a floriated design in
small white diamonds and colored
etonos extending in deep points. Be
tween each of theso points is suspended
an immense yellow diamond set in
white diamonds and attached to tho up
per part of tho necklaee hy a ruby, em
erald or sapphire. There aro live of
these pendants, tho central ono being
tho largest, and bavin"; onco figured in
1 ho collection of the Duke of Brunswick.
Tlio magnificent ornament is accompa
nied by a brooch, comb and pair of ear
rings to match, and the necklaoo itself
takes to pieces and can Jbe converted
into pins, hair ornaments, etc., while
the upper row of diamonds can bo worn
as a necklace without the penuants and
thejpointod floriated band. The cost of
tho set has been estimated at $80,000.
Besides this truly royal jmruiv, Mrs.
Stanford has recently become the pos
sessor of threo brown diamonds, ono
set as a ring and the other two as ear
rings, which aro said to bo perfectly
unique in the way of jewels. N. X.
Hygiene of the Teeth.
A hard crust is tho best possible den
tifrice. I never could get Piself to
believe in the natural necessity of a
tooth-brush. The African nations, the
Hindoos, tho natives -of Southern
Europe, the South Sea Islanders tho
Arabs, the South American vegetarians,
in short three-fourths of our follow
men, besides our next relatives, tho
frugivorous animals, have splendid
teeth without sozodout I really believe
that ours decay from sheer disuse; tho
boarding-house homo lives chiefly on
pap wants all bis meats soft-boiled,
and growls at cold biscuit or an under
done potatoej in other words, ho dele
gates to tha cook tho proper functions
of his teeth. We hear occasionally of
old men getting a second, or rather
third, set of teeth, I met ono of them
in Xorthorn Guatemala,and ascertained
that he had become toothless during a
twelve years' sojourn in a seaport town,
and that he got his new set upon hisro
turn to his native village, where circum
stances obliged him to resume tho hard
coru-cake diet of his boyhood years.
HU teeth had reappeared as soon as
their services were called for, and would
probably never have absented tr em
solves if a pap-diet had not made them
An artificial dentifrice will certainly
keep tho teeth whito, but that does not
prevent their premature decay; disuso
gradually softens their substance, till
ono fine day the hash-eater snaps his
best incisor upon an unexpected pieco
of bono. Every old dentist knows hun
dreds of city customers whom tho daily
usu of a tooth-brush did not save from
tho applying, befure tho end of the for
tieth year, for a complete "celluloid
sot" I do not say that a soft tooth
brush and such dentifrices as oatmeal
or burned arrow-root can do any harm,
but, for sanitary purposes, eucirpreeau
tions must be supplemented by doutal
Lot a child invigorate its teoth by
chowing a hard crust, or, better yet, a
handful of "St John's bread," or
carob-beans, the edible pod of tho Mi
mosa sihqua. Children and whole
tribes of the Northern races seem to
feel an instinctive desiro to exercise
thoir teeth upon somo solid substance,
as pot squirrels will gnaw tho lurnituro
if you givo them nut-koruels instead of
nuts. Tims Kohl tolls us that the na
tives of Southern Russia aro addicted
to tho practice of chewing a vegetable
product which ho at first supposed to
bo pumpkin or melon seeds, but found
to be the much harder soed of the Tur
kish sunflower (lloliauthus perennis).
Their national diot consists of milk,
kukurua (hominy, with buttor, etc.),
and boiled mutton, and they soem to
feel that their Turkoman Jaws need
something moro substantial. The
schoolboy habit of gnawinif, pen-holders,
finger-nails, etc. , may have a sim
ilar significance Tbo Mimosa siliqua
would yield abundantly in our Southern
Statesman d its swoot pods, would mako
an oxcollont substitute for chewing
gum. Our practice- of sipping Ico-eoFl
and stoaming-hot drinks, turn about
bus also a. vory injurious effect upon
the Lylul.e subitanco that forms tlio
enamel of our teeth; no porcelain glaze
would stand such abuse for any length
of timo, and experience has taught
hunters and dog-fanciers that it destroys
evon tho bone-crushing fang of tho
animal from which our canine tooth de
rive their name. Di Mix L, Oswald,
in Popular Sct'wM Monthly. ...
oy at Columbus swallowed twonty
foot, of red ribbon, in order that ha
might afterward pull It out of his
mouth, conjurer fashion, and aston
lah tho family. It took a dootor fouc
weoks to set him on, his foot again.
4iWrff J --mains I
If you suffer fromMyspepnla, use
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon are afflicted with lilllonsneea, use
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yon are prostrated with sick headac he, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yonr bowels ate disordered rejrulate tbem with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your bloed Is Impure, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you Lave Indigestion, you will find tn antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you are troubled with siirlne compla.nte, eradi
cate thorn with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Ii your liver Is torpid restore it to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver la effected you will finds shuro roetor-
etlve In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any epoclA) of humor or pimple, full
not to tako BURDOCK BLOOD BITTER8.
If yon have any elmptomt of ulcere or ecrofuloui
sores, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Imparting etrentfb and vitality to the eyetom,
nothing can cciual BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nurvouu and General Debility, tono up the
Vetera with ;BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
I'hlCE 1 I'M BOTTl.B; TlUALBOmgS, lOcTS,
FOSTER, MILBTItN & CO., Prop'rs.
BUFFALO, N, Y.
For sale by I'AUL O. hCIIUU, )
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dv6pepsla, I.lver DU-
oHRes, rt-ver ami akiib
iiess, Nervous Debility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand' Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svtud Dosseisee varied Properties : It etim-
nlates the ptyaline In the saliva, which converts
the starch and sugar of the food Into glucose. A
deficiency in ptyaline causes wind and souring n(
mo iooq in tne stomacn. 11 tne medicine .s -.n
Immediately after eating, the fermentation of load
It acta npon the Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It rurlll. s the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It I'romotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries ofT the Old Blood aud makes New,
It Opens the Fores of the Skin and Induces
It nutHmflzcsthu hereditary taint, or Dotcon In
the blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas,
and aU maimer of bklu UlucaBus aud internal nu-
There are no spirits employed In Its manufuctnro
and It can ho taken by the most delicate babe, or hy
the aged and feeble, cure only being required In at-
teuiii u to directions.
Gulvn, Henry County, Ills.
I was snffurlns from Sick Headache and Dizzi
ness so thai I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trlul of Dr. Clark Johnson e Indi
an Blood Syrup tfleclimllv cured me.
Aius. n;,ei. ..irio.
Watcrmun Station, DoKalb Co., Ills.
This is to certify that Dr Chirk Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured am of I'ttln In the Back. It
le a valuable medicine. MRS WOOD,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark,
This It to certify that I was afflicted with Taint
tntlo n of the Henri for many years I tried dltlor
tint doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken uio than they did to strengthen. I si last
res-1 veil to try Dr. Clack Johnson's Indian Blood
syrup, w hich proved to mi a positive cure not on.
ly curing the Ileiirt Disease, but also s Sick Head-
acn winch nau nuon troubling me.
MRS MARY A. NKAL,
I was allltctud with Liver Complaint and Dysprn
ela and fnllod to get relief, althongh using modi-
clues rrum our best doctors, i coinmonruu usinv
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood Synip.andashort trial
cured me. T. W. RlSlNO, ilolluo, III.
This certifies, that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot ho said In pnilso or It.
W. K. WlMiMEK, Budford, Mo.
Agents wanted for tho enle of the Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or villngii, In which 1 havo no
agent. Funiculars given ou application .
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Lihratory 77 West 8d st N. Y. City.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful Imprudence canting I'rema.
'tore Decay, Herrous Deblllly, Lost Manhood, etc.,
having tried In vain every kuown remedy, ha dm-coven-da
simple self euro, which he will send FHKB
to bll fellow-HUfferera, adilmas J. II. Itl-E.'svM.
Ai 1 liiillintn Kt.. N. T.
ri -w- Ureal chance to make non
I I 1 I I I oy. Those who always take
l-nrl II I I I ndvautage of the good chan
1 I I F I I I .cos to make money that are
V - ' "olVured, generally hecomo
wealthy, while those who do
not improve such chances remain In poverty. Ws
want many men, women, hnva and girls to work for
tie right tn their own localities. Any ono can do
the work properly from the first itart. The bust
ties will par more than ten Mines ordinary wages.
Expensive outfit furnished freo. N o one who enga
gu falls lo makt money rapidly. You can devote
yonr whole time to the work, or only yonr spare
momenta. Full Information and all that Is needed
tent free. Iddrvii Btlnion A Co., Pottland, Mains.
ffJirA I Ml
Its Relief and Cnrc as certain aa dav
H Ith safety from tho danncra of atrannlatlon and without the Injury truaiei Inflict. Thois wishing tha
proof should son J 10c for this book, containing likenesses of rases before and after cure, alao endorse
mon t a of professional tienllunion, ministers, merchants, farmers and others who have hn ennui. Trues-
ue and Kuplure sooner or later afreet tho ocrvoaa
i' im t, reairuy energy ami eonni uu-irri, mnaiui tue yuuu( oiu ana tne OKI useless, umce 'Jul Drosuwnr
N. Y.. and 48 MIIk at., lloston. IMys for consultation, each wuek New Tork, Mondsye, Tuesdays Md
Saturday!; lloeton, Wednesday!, Thursdays and Vrldaye,
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Altar SfuhlaaablsIWaaw, rramat, Krrrtahlatv but is J.
Sold byd..krvln Vrvn 6 I'wr OihhI.. AC, W. t.
Oineer, liuchu Mandrake, btillintria and many
if the best medicine! known are combined in Par-'
SKKR'5(JiNr,KkToNic,iiitoamcdicineof tuch va-J
Vied and cllective powert,iU to make it tne greatest-
lllood l'uriler and Uvcr KcpiLitor aud the
Beet Iloalth A Strength Restorer Ever Heed.,
It euro Dyspepsia. RhcuraaliMii. Neuralgia,
sleeplcuueM, and all diseases of the Stomachy
CowcU, I.unes, Liver nnd Kidneys, ,
; Remember! This Tome is tha Rest Family
Medicine ever made, and i ..entirely different from
Hitters, Ginger I'rciiarationk, and other Tonic, as,
it never intoxicate but cures drunkennes. None,
rnninr wilhnut si'-nnoire of Hirrnt Cn.,N. V.1
Parker's Hair Balsam
The bl andiron
coniMulra) hair rt
NEW A 1) V KHTl SEM EX TS.
FoHane I Airnnta write quick I Territory free.
8 1 nllnly nr-wl'e:tHolllnKarttelraoul. l'rnu'll
lim Hells for acwlnir and all niuehlnoa. lnilc
tniciimn Mixn i orn unn aponi-oi iioorMTiiiiJ.
The l: I'.Coilud Wire UeltCo,3ae7lb Ave. M. V.
Insane Penion! Resmrsd!
UK. KLlflli BbKtAI
forixU tlaAia: 4 ."inv Imshjks. fur
cum f ir y.u. 'm!.-t:fv ntd Korr JfinHmt.
In4!.uhl if taken a directed. A5 A.1 ojkr
rirsfdiiy tust. lreaMse and Vt trial bnttlelruets
fitiiaticntu.tney payniKexprcss.iK. Bend iiwhh,
P. O. mid eiurea a-hlrrss to int. KI.IXa.v.I
Sr. S. Silsbo . 's External Pile Remedy
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold PyDniKirl.tiieveini here. 1'rlce, 11.00 per hot
nrrniiidbyiniill. Kampb'S sent fret to I'livalclauJ
and tlliiffi-ri'ra,hv P Ni-na? icii'.rft l o, Hox-WHl,
ties-1' ork City. bulmn.M -u. i;.;.i ia of "AnaktM."
A BEAUTIFUL ORGAN, the "Mozart," New
Styles, No. l ,0i, V stops, 10 full eels, gulden
tongue reeds, solid walnut Illgbue polished caso,
New and valuable Improvements Just added. Stool,
bouk, music. Bozudand delivered on board cars
hero, price only fiKI Oo, net cash. Satisfaction
guaranteed In every particular or money refunded
after 1 year's use. Every ono sold sells another. It
Is a standing advertisement. Orpor at once, noth
ing laved by correspondence. My new fuctory lust
completed, capacity 2,(100 Instruments every 2il Jays
very la'cst labor saving wood working machinery.
Vast capital cnuhles me to manufacture better
goods for less money than ever. Addruss or call up
on Daniel F. lleatly, Washington, N. J.
new styles chroma cards with nnnie, or 25 Now
year scums me. isussan uani i;o., Nassau, n i.
FT 1111 ' PAC' w,zrtnI trick cards, 1 pack fun cards,
llll i pack transparent enrds, 1 marvelous orul,
tlmrnionluio, loo album verses, all in neat caso for
7 Sc stumps. Address Hub Card Co., Huston, Mass.
Tll-l'V Iiwv fr 1SN-, with Unproved Interest
mill J !1 V l tnhle, culemtar. etc. Sent to any
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ail
dress Charles K. Hires, .8 North Duluwaru avenue,
Atlantic and Oulf Coast Canal and Okeechuha
50,000 SHARES, $10 EACH
L at PAR with a bouns of 10 acres for ouch 10 shares,
from rholco lands of the "Piston I'lirchiiso."
Onicee:-! Third and Chestnut sts., l'hiladelphla.
1 lift Broadway, . x., itooms in, im.
Detailed prosix-ctus with descriptive maps mail
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OaWXUO TUlUUWUtTH iWOlUtS, Oiwetco. . X.
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and mental system, bring on organic dleessee, tmpo-
by this simple' water
power Invention may
avoid all the labor and
Injury of driving her
Hewing Machine. Over
5,000 of these Backus
Water Motor, nobwiesf
and ornamental, adapt
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Two sites are made for
Household Sowlnir Ma
chine. Price, 81 J and
9'i'i.H0. Also larger
sir.es for factory needs
and for all kinds of ma
Send for Circular to
BACKUS WATER MOTOIl CO., Newark, ft. J
This ie thu
Most Economical Tower Known
F011 DRIVING LIUHT MACHINERY t
It takes hut Utile room.
It never nets out of repair.
ltcaunot blow up.
It requires no fuel.
It needs no engineer.
There Is no delay ; no firing up ; no ashes to clean
away; no extra Insurance to pay ; no repair
ing necessary; no coal bills to pay,
and it is alwayi ready for aae.
It is Verv Cheap.
Prices $15 to i'lOO. State paper von saw thli ad In.
A BEATTY'S PIANOFORTES Msgnificaat hoi-
iday presents i square grand pianofortes, four
very handsome round corners, rosewood cases,
three unisons, Benny 'a matchless iron frames, stool
book, cover, hoxed , $22 '1 75 to 2.7 60 : catalogue
prices, .11(111 to 11,000 : satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded after one year's use; upright pi
anofortes, $125 to 2"5 ; catalogue price $500 to
llllll ; standard pianofortes of the nniverie, si
thousands testify; write for mammoth list of tes
timonials; Beatty's cabinet organs, cathedral,
church, chapel, parlor, $,')() upward : visitors wel
come; free carriage meets trains; Illustrated cat
alocne (holiday edition) free. Address or call on
DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey.
VOTINY MFN If yon would learnTelegrs.
I VL'iiU iUl. phy in four months, and be
certain of a situatlou, address
J mics vllle, w is.
A YEAR and expenses to agents. Oat
fits free. Address
P. O. VICKERY, August, Me.
1.i m tl 1 1 a . for advertisers, 100 page, 96 cents
illlipillt'l u. p. Koweii & Co., New York.
(117 St. Charles Street. St. Louis, Mo.
A smruhir Rniduute of two Mwlluid (Vtllmrea, baa baas
longer located tli.in any utherPhyslchin lu St ljouls,
city piimrs ahow.aud nil old realden t know. Bypbilia,
Oonorrhant. Oleet, btriutiir. OrcbiUs. Ruptur.,all
Jrlimry Bypbilltio or Mercurial Afl actions of
hroat, Bkln or llonea cured Safely, Privately.
Biwrmiitorrhea.SexuiU Debility and Impotency
a the result of Self-Abuse, sexual exoeaae Is matarar
yaara.oruvor bnilnwork. producinHnervoasnasa.ftemlo
al emiiislims, debility, dlmnes of abtht,dafuctiv mem
ory, ttbyslcal diHuur, averalun to society ennfualoo of
lileaa. losaol muni J power, nlnlit loaaea.rend.rlntmar
riatre impropaiNnre iwinnnently cured, (Jonsultatioa
atnllioe or by mud free uud Invited. Pampbial one
stamp. Medicines sent by mall or expreaa, Oara
mna nntciil. Where doubt ntlati It Is (rank If stated.
MARRIAGE 1 pao?sv
pfHis. I GUI DEI
The whole sU.it. wo1I told, a. II h trtw to III., oo the
follcwinU siibjecUi Who mr ninrry, who not, why,
Muu,..3, W-wanhood. l'h)-.lcal ayjWho should
miwryi how llfaand baipl" 'nctwiuwd i etfectf
of eelllwcy nnd mwm, and inimr more. '1 hiw. marrlwl
or conteuii'liitlair marrhuw abuuld read It than keep un
der lo.lt - '"J"- SB OtS. by mall Is Biooayorpoa.
Knirl ish German Freneh rend and spoken.
For th. atiMMit
cum of Saiolnal
nekueaa. IxMt Manhood. Narvonaaua.
f..l ... 1,1 .,..A ... U lU.
m livu Mnimiry and IMsordera bmua-hton by 8lf
Abuse. AnydrimlHthiuithslni(redl.nt. HkLonis
On ni 1 1 I nst 'o, li I ! HtChnrles.Ht. Ixmla, Mo.
70S Ohesnut 8t. 8t. Louis, Mp. st old , ofllea,
eoutlnin to cure Bportniitorrhaiii, nominal Weak--lieu,
IiiiHitunc7.all form, of 8yphia,Oonorrboak,
Qleet, Ui-lunry or JUadrter dlneuao, lteoeut cn.
cured Ina few day. All tha diaeaiu nanltlnit from
lfalme, oiiin4im oretuiwurn cured for Ufa with safe
madtclue. Ailvjee . tlhariow low. Call or write
In strict conll.lomn. flymptom Boolt for two stamp
THE MILD FOWIB
Humphreys' Eoinoopathio Bpeoitics
Iroved from ample sxperlenre an entire
success. Hlmple. Prompt, Klllelrnl, aud
Itvllublc, Hoy are the only medicines
adiiplei I lo popular use.
I. irt noto-ii-M. Noa. i-UHK. miot.
I, Keyera, t'ongestlon, Inllnmmattnna,
il. H iirius, Worm Fever. Worm t'ollo, .
a ( ry Ina ( olio, or Teething of Infants,
4. Illnrrln-a of i hlldivn or Adults.
6. Ilyst-iitery. rlplU(j, 111 lions C'olle, Jtt
(. I Tiolera Morbus. Voniitlni, . Jfl
7. i'otiitlia. Cold, Kronchllis, . .JS
5. Keiirnlaln, Toothache, Pareache, .39
a. headaches, Hick lleiidaehe., Vertigo,
10. ilyapepsln, llllloua btomarh, -
4 II. hiiiipreasea or falnfbl Periods, JB
IJ it White, too profuse Period, JB
l Croup, tiougn. I'ln-cuu iireatnins, . .
11 .alt llll. mil, Erysipelas, Km pilous, ,J8
in Klieniiiiillsm, Hheuniallo lalna, M
i.v and une. t LIU. lever. Ami, to
17. Plica. IMlnd or llleedlim, .Ml
it. I'ntorrh. nvute or uhroiile: Influensa. 90
JO. Uboeiilll t onsil, violent roiiRhs, JO
H. (ienoral iirniiliy, rnys i n easjieaa, . i
,7. Kidney IM.casr, .Ml
IV ill-nus. ..riiin.y, r,rimr-1,, j.w
W I rl n a r y W r a k iie.a, ettlns (he Bed, M
.U lltm-aae of the Heart, Piilpltatlon. l.i .
Mir mile uy iruKKn.,or seoi oy we (.aae.
nr.lnirl Vlul. free of cliam. oa nHtnt of
price. Haiiul for Dr. Humphrey' Honks
Dlaesse. eVr.. 1144 paseai, also llluMrated
Iseaae, Ve.. (144 paseai, siau I
AddroH. lluianhrevs' Hemessa
Med. Co., 101 til tea 84 ( ksck.
l)U Bll'l'l'tfi fiertlt Bin sb. Muu. ns