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Wrestling With Olassio Text. i
Tho story of tlio circus man who
paid a collegian $10 for providing "nio
noliippio aggregation" as a properly
impressive title for his show, nnd then
died of a broken heart at the end of
tho season when he learned the true
mnanin tlioreof, it a story which inems
likely to enjoy continued popularity in
the following form: "A IJoHton wan
had just boon showing all the sights of
that charming city to a Now Yorkoi.
And now,' said ho. Hell roe honestly,
in not this city thoroughly unique?1
Yes, indeed, was the reply, 'unu3 one,
With this may bo compared the re
mark of the Sophomore at examination
time that "if he should lose his pony'
lie would loso his equilibrium; be
cause," as ho explained to an awe
stricken Fresbmnn, the word comas
from (rjuua and librum, and therefore
signifies a horse of books."
l'erhaps it was this same Freshman
who, in struzRling with an odo of Hor
ace, said: "Care Jlaccnascqucv
JluDcenas, take care of your horst-:"
and was favored with the remark: ''Oh
no, Mr. C, you pay too much attention
to the horse,"
It was another Freshman to whom
the instructor said: "You seem to be
evolving the translation from your in
hit consciousness;" aud who responded:
Well, professor, I read last evening
that 'by faith Enoch was translated,'
and I thought I would try it on
"Don't you think it would have been
necessary to melt her first?" was the
perhaps pardonable inquiry of the pro
fessor when a heedless youth twisted,
the text to say: "And they poured Ag
rippina into the sea."
"Whoso brother?" was the question
put to a lady student who construed
F.'in ct rater ambulamus, 'l and
brother walk;" and that lady student
absently responded: "Oh, ruot any
body's" to the great glea of ber co-educational
"Champagne," was the recklcs3 re
ply of a Yale man to the inquiry, "hi
the expression qui vinum fvyiens ven
dat, what does vinum furjicm mean?"
Preparing Turkey for the Table.
The secret in having a good roast
turkey is to stuff it palatably, to baste
it often and to cook It long enough. A
small turkey of seven or eight pounds
should bo roasted or baked three hours
at least A very large turkey should be
cooked an hour longer. After tho tur
key is dressed, season it well, sprink
ling pepper and salt on the inside; stuff
it and tie it well in shape; either lard
the top or lay slices i bacon over it;
wet tho skin, and cprinkle it woil with
Jiepper. salt and flour. It is well to al
ow a turkey to remain s mo time 8'ufT
ed before cooking. Pour a little boiling
water into the bottom of the dripping
pan. Just before taking it out, of the
oven put on more melted butter, and
sprinklo over mre flour; this will mako
the skin more crisp aud brown. While
the turkey is cooking, boil the giblets
well; chop them fine, and ruaah tho
liver. When the turkey is done, put it
on a hot platter. Tut the baking-pau on
tint fire, dredge, in a little fl ur, and
v, hen cooked stir in a little boiling wat
er or stock; strain it, skim off every
particle of fat add the giblets; season
with salt and popiior. If ohusnut stuff
ing is used, add some boiled chestnuts
to this gravy. It is excellent
Many great cooks make extra trouble
in preparing a force-moat stutUng of
veal, ham, bacon, onions, potatoes, or
bread crumbs and all sorts of things.
Iiut the ordinary, old-fashioned stufling
for a turkey is generally liked tho best.
Take tho soft part of good light bread
(not the crust), and do not wet it as is
usually dio, but rub it dry and line,
nnd work into a ploco of butter tho size
of an egg. Season with salt pcpr
and Summer savory. . Add to this a
dozen or moro oysters, whole, and it
will bo very fino. Some good cooks who
are ruled by tusto, and not by books,
add to a stuffing like the above large
chestnuts boiled. Tho chestnuts aro put
on a firo in a saueo-pau or spidor to
burst tho skins; they aro then boiled in
salt water or slock, then mix with the
stuffing whole. Servo with tt'chostnut
It was a man at one of our restau
rants lat Wednesday night. He was
sitting tit a table digesting thnt hallu
cinating dream thnt mockery of ros
tnurant mockeries a modern oyster
stew. Calling tho white-nprcTind darky
to his side, ho polntod down into tho
dish and said:
"This thing must be investigated. It
appears that you have given me an oys
ter stew wit h an oystor in It Come,
this is hardly fair. And I am a stranger,
"Hoy?" askod the puzzled waiter.
"I repent, you have given me an
oystor stew with an oyster in it Must
1 pay anything extra for the oyster?"
"No why "
"Woll, that's all right; I'm glad of
it," Btniled the straniror, straightening
up. "Only, I don't "see how you enh
mako any money If you put an oyster in
tho stow, Well, It Wis mo how you
can nll'ord to do it I supposo you'll bo
putting ohlckous in ohloken salad, ham
in ham sandwiches, and veal in veal pie
next Then you'll bo so rash as to give
a man a oloan napkin, besides putting
Vinegar in tho vinegar castor when it's
runout You .folks will bust up with
kindness If vour'e not caroful." WiU
liamsport Breakfast Table, '
Tho fashion of discarding glovos at
ovonlng ontertalumonts, whlon has pre
vuilod among goiUloiuon for tho lost
two seasons, has had ils run, and
henceforth, kids, it is declared, shall bo
The Lorill&rdfl, I
What a contrast is found in the
princely state enjoyed by the Lorillards
and tho fact that the poor gills in their
employ aro compelled to strike in or
der to escape from the system of "dock--ipg"
xo which they have boen unreas
onably subjected! Pierre and Goorge
Lorillard inherited their business from
ancostors whoso plain and prudent
management laid the foundation of a
tobacco umpire. As a conscquonco tho
present Lorillards have not only their
inimenso factories and thoir palatial
residences both iu tho Fifth avonue and
Newport but also thcirynchts and their
racers. Thoy-spend an immeuse for
tune annually on their pleasures, while
the poor girls who do so much toward
these golden profits are docked until
they aro compelled, to striko. I simply
offer the contrast as ono of tho social fea
tures of tbo day. The poor girls give a
very simple statement of their griev
ance. They were at one timo in ciiargo
of a foreman who treated them, fairly,
ftnd they were satisfied. This man,
however, was removed because ho did
not impose tho rcquisito amount of
dock ago, and another foreman was put
in his place, whoso severity gratifies the
rapacity of his employers. Driven thus
to tho wall by this oppression, the poor
girls now strike in self-defense. The
facts of tho case bring splendid parlors
in the Fifth avenue in contrast with the
squalid garret of tho operative. Com
ment is unnecessary. Luxury and op
pression always go hanM iu hand, and
tho greater wealth of tho Lorillards
tho less will bo thoir sympathy with
poverty and toil. JVr. Y. Letter,
Milan street-cars run on two rows of
flat stones in lieu of rails.
Tub ItEv. Oko. II. Thayku, of Uourbon,
Ind., says: "Doth myself and wife owe
our lives to blnloh s Consumption Cure,
No such Word as Fail.
"I have used vour PPHIXO RLOSKOM
for dyspepsia, headach, and constipation,
nnu una u nas aone me a great aeal ot good.
I shall recommend it to my friends."
Mav 24th. 0 Muin St.. Ruffn.
Price 50 cents, trial tattles 10 cts. Paul
U. be huh, Agent.
Fok Dybi'EFsia and Liver Complaint, I
you win have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails
to sure. 15
All druggists should have "DR. SYKES'
8L KE CL UE FOIt CATARRH" and ' At
mospheric Insufflator," but if they have not
you can send direct to the doctor. 169 Ma
dison st., Chicago, for them. Catarrb has
at last found a master.
Suiloh'b Cataiikh Remedy a positivo
euro for Catarrh, Dipthcria and Canker
The immediately beneficial effects fol-
lowing the use of FELLOWS' HYPO
PHOSPHITES in those cases of emaciation
aDd weakness produced bv .lone illness.
whether from pulmonary diseases or fevers,
prove its tonic virtues and its value in ac
celerating ingestion and assimilation.
'Hackmetack,' a lastina and fraerant per
mine. I'rico 23 and 50 cents. 13
Messrs. R. Hewitt & Co., corner of
Eighth street and Ohio levee, will open on
Thursday, 10th inst., with a full assortment
of Baltimore aud New Orleans oysters in
bulk and cans, also fresh and salt water
fish of various kinds; and hope by careful
attention to merit a continuance of their last
seasons patronage, and of such others who
delight in choice goods at low prices.
, Shiloh's Cuke will immedintelv relievo
Croup, Whooping couch and i'ron-
Send tor circular ot new style of Ilrnntr
Scale with Leveling attachment. Ilorden,
Hcllivk Cii.. Sr. TjiiiIu. I9
Dh. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tho age for all Nerve DiKeases
All fiU stopped free. Send to OH I Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Neaulv all the iHs that afflict mankiiuf
can be prevented and cured by keeping tho
stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect work
in 1 order. There Is no medicine known
that will do this as quickly and surely,
without intf rfcriniT with vour dntioa
1'aiKer s dinger Ionic. . See advertisement.
Don't Throw Up the Sponge.
When suffering humanity are enduring
the horrors of dyspepsia, indigestion or
nervous and general debility, they aro too
oiten inclined to throw up the sponge nnd
resign themselves to fato. We say, don t
do it. 1 akc llurdock lilood Hitters tho un
Price 11.00, trial sizo 10 cents. Paul O.
We have the most positive and convinc'
iug proof that Thomas' Eclectric Oil is a
most effectual specific for bodily pain. In
cases of rheumatism and neuralgia it gives
instant relict. Paul Q. rtcliuh, Agent.
A NASAL IN.MCCTMI free with oa.cn botto
of Hhiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 60
Inxlamkd eves and ,cvclids nromntlv
cured by Roman Eye .Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agi., u n rcarl St., N. Y. City. (2)
The beauty and color of tho hair may bo
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearllness and dandruff eradicat
When TIhto'ij a Will There's a Way.
Anyone who has tho will to try Thomas'
Ecletrio Oil will surely find the way to
rouust neaitn, in cases oi uronuinai ariec
tions, soro throat, pains, etc; and as an in
ternal remedy, it Is invaluable Paul O,
Jno. Bacon, Lnporto, Ind., writfs: 4,Your
'Spring Blossom' is all you cracked it up
to bo, My dyspepsia has all vanished ; why
don't you advertise it; what allowance will
!ou mako if I take a dozen bottles, so that
could oblige my friends occasjonallyl"
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
1 0. Schub, Agont.
14 wnjr'c n''!jifx
If yon suffer from'dyapcpala, oso
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon are afflicted with biliousness, ore
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yoa are prostrated with pick besdaeke, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowels aie disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yoor blood li Impure, pnrlfy It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yoa have Indication, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yott are troubled with spring compla.nts, eradi
cate them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver la torpid ret tore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver la affected yon will find a shure restor
ative In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any specie of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Ifyon have any slmptoms of ulcrs or scrofulous
sores, a curative Remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up the
system with ;BURDOCR BLOOD HITTERS
I'kice fl r eh bottle; Tiual bottles, IOxts,
FOSTER, MILBEBX& CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For ealo by PAUL O. 8CHUIJ. (i )
Indian Blood Syrup.
Pvsncnstn. Llvpr Pis
uses, Fever anil Ague
1!...-. I,! I. till,1.. '
ni-nri viHrnxr, miuiiiN-
ness, Nervous Debility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAX !
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Tbla SvrUD Dflrauntea varied nroDertli.'i: It atim
ulatea tbo ptyaltne In the p&llva. which convert
the atarcb and ingar of the food Into Kliicnta. A
deficiency in ptyaline cauei wind and touring of
uib wna id me tiomacn. ir me mecllclnt j, wuo
Immediately after eating, the fermentation of food
It acts opon tbe Liver,
It acts npnn the Kidneys,
It Ilegulates the Bowels,
It TurinVs the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It 1'romotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
K Carries off the Old Blond and makes New,
It Opens the Purrs of the Skin and Induces
It nentrallzvathe heredltarv taint, or nolnon In
in piood, wmcn ifeueraten hcroruia, Krvalpulaa
and all manner of Hkln Dlscauva and Internal hu
There ara no spirits employed In Ita manufacture
and It canto taken by the mnet delicate babe, or by
ine aeu ana ieeine, euro ouiy oouig required in ai
Oalva, Henry County, Ilia.
I was suflVrlnir from Sick Headache and Dizri
nets ao tbut I could not attend to mv houaehold du
llei, and a abort trial of Dr. Clsrk Johnnoa'a Indi
an Blood Syrup efluclnallv cur d me.
Nits, uttbttn fiuuriB.
Waterman Station, DuKalb Co., Ills,
This la to certlfv that Dr Clark Jnhntum's Indian
Blood Hvmp ha cured mo of l'aln In tho Buck. It
la a valuable medicine. MRS WOOD.
Centre Ulll, Whlta Co., Ark.
This It to certify that I waa afflicted with Taint
tatlon of tho Heart for many years I tried (tiller
eut doctors, whoso prescription tended more to
weaken me than they did to atrvngthnn. lailant
re lvud to try Dr. Clark Johnton Indian Blond
Hyiup, which proved to bo a positive cure not on
ly curing ino Heart incae, nui nno a pick iieaa
atn wnico nua Deen irouinina mo.
MltS MAUY A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with Liter Complaint and Dyapep
sla and failed to gut relief, althnnuU uslni; mudl
cine from our beat doctors. I commenced mdng
Dr, Johnson Indian uioou Krrtip.annaKiiort trial
cured me. T. W. 111ISU. Alolltie, 111.
Thl rerllfle that Ir. Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Hyrnp hi pfl'ortnally cured me of Dyspopela
too mucn cannot ne am in praise o' it.
14 w. K. WlMMh.it, Iiudford, Mo.
Afenm waiKen lor ino aaie or me Indian niooa
Syrup in every town or villnim, In which I have no
Kent, i nrucuiar given on application.
DHITGGI8T SELL IT.
Labratory 77 West 3d St., N. Y. City,
What will the Weather ba To-morrowl
IiIikwI. Unit forulli
oorrnetly any ohaiiKes
III the weallier 1 to IM
lioiira. Warranted Pi
fool and ltelluldo. Wowlll wild It.rfclliwmlVrMO
nny ad.inx.s on reMipt or one uoiiar. xna iipsi
Wonthfr liidlenlnr In I ho Vorld. Just tha
thlnKfornCMHISI'MAS t'KKHKNT. Auetits wihiUhI
prery whore. Hondforelmulnr. lsivtrrim(((ifta.
OBWUUU TllKUMuMKTKK WOKKSJ, Uwuo,M.Yj
LOSf MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vioUmof yoiiUiful lmpmdenoe causing Proms
hire Le(y, Kervout Debility, Lost Manhood, etc.,
having tried In vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple self ouro, whicli hn will send FItKB
to hll fellow-auffnrrrs, ftddross J, II, UlXVlv!t
Al Uintbaiu t.. N. Y. -
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excollont reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. Tho
Publio aro cautf oned against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing names. Soe that tho word
C-A-P-O-I-N-E is oof reotly spelled.
Are the only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
One is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively cure where other
remedies will not even relieve.
Prioo 25 cents.
TJeware of cheap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chctnlata, New York.
AHIJKR KEMKUY AT LANT. WcaMcta.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN ind BUNION PLASTER.
a week In vour ow town. ,$5 outfit
rree. No risk, everything new, capi
tal not required, we will furnleh yoa
everything Many are making for
tunes Ladles umkc a much aa men.
and boys and L'trl make preat pay.
Reader, If Vou want a buHinyrsut which yon can
make trrcat pay all the time you work, write for par
ticulars to ii. Uallctt & Co., l'ortland, Maine. .
Caibo, Iij,9 December 10, 1881.
The reuular annuul mectiac of the atockholden
of tbe City National Bank of Cairo, for the purpose
of electiue seven directors will be held at the office
of said bank. In this city, on Tuesday, January 10,
1882. f'olU open at 10 o clock a. m., and close at 4
o'cio k p. m., or aaiu any.
To Provide For
Send 5 3-cent stamps for samples of 4 Magazine
yoa will ne sure to want ror vour children.
1 2 .10 a year. The bent, largi st and most fully lllua
iraivo. .Magazine in tne worm lor young people.
HA li Y liAJN 1 J
The baby's own Magazine, more charming than cv
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throp s Co., M rranklln St., Dos ton, Hti.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & 0KPIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrganiredJulv lUti, 1877, Iniler the Laws o
tbe State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
' 9, 1877, Under Act of Cougreis.
P. O. SCHirU President
C. T. KUDI) Vice President
J. A. UOLU8TINE Treasurer
J.J.OOKDON Medical Advisor
THOMAS I.RW18 Hocretar1
JOUK C. WU1TK Assistant Secretary
KXKCUT1 YK COMM1TTKK'
II. LKIGHTON, I b. THOMAS,
J. C.WU1TE, W. r. P1TC11EU,
William Stratton. of Stratum Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul U. Schnh, wholesale and retail drutc
gist; llazeu Lelghton, commission murcliaut; J as.
S, Mcliabey, lumber dealer; J. J. (tordon, pbys
lcUti ; J. A. (ioldstlno, of (loldstlno St ltonwler,
wholesale aud retail dry goods, etc; Wm.K. Pitch
er, general agent; Ileury II. Kills, city printer and
book binder; Chosloy llaynes, Cooper; Jno. C.
Whltu, asslstunt secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and grain; K. Itross, presi
dent Alexander County iiank; U. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L, S, Thomas, broom manufacturer ; W. V
'liussel, contractor and builder; T, Klidd
agent a Hi. L, AN. O. rutlaoad;Mosus Phllllps.car
penler; 11. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, HI.,
ltev. J. tipencer, clergyman. Ml IamiIs, Mo.; J. H.
Hetbiino, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mo. ; ,1. II. Moore , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.',
1), Hlugletsrv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky.( J. W.
Tarry, phvslclau, Kullon, Kv, ; Wm. It.van, farmer,
Murrv.liv. ! A. Stelnhach, manulacturer of sad
dlerv, Kvansvlllo, Ind. (Ike Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C. St. L. N O. railroad, lack
son, Ten ii.; J. H. HoliertHon, phvaiclan, Whltn
vllln, Tenn. ; Themaa A, Ushorn, harness niaker,
llollvar.Tonn:; Wm. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Agen 3," Ilollv Murines, Miss
j r -w- w-v Great chance to make mou
lt i I I I I y. Those who always take
l-srl I I I I I advantage of the good chan
I lil afes to make money that ara
v -m-m-Mf 'oirerod, generally become
wealthy, while those who do
not improve such chance remain In poyortr. We
want many men, women, boys and girls to work for
n right Id tliolr own localities. Any on can do
the work proporly frem tho first start. Tbo bust
ness will par more than ten times ordinary wages,
Kmenslve outtlt furnished froo. o onewhoonga-
ges falls to maks money rapidly. You can devote
vour whole time to the work, or onlr your spate
momonts, Full Information and all that ts needed
lout free Address Btlason Co., FoillMid, Matcf.
Its Relief and Cure as certain as (lav follows (lav hv Dr. J. A. fihprnmn'a Vetliod.
With safely from the danger of strangulation and without tbe Injury trasses .Inflict. Those wlshlnf to
proof should send 10c for this book, containing likenesses of cases before and after cure, alio ndors
meuts of professional gentlemen, mluls'ers, merchants, farmers and others who hava been eared. Trnat
es and Itupture sooner or later sffwet the nervoas and mental system, bring on organic diseases, tmpo
toncy, Heatrov energy and social desires, maklnr tha young old and tbe old useless, offlca 131 Broadway
N. V., and 48 Mils st , Dostnn. IHys,fnr consultation, each week New Tork, Mondays, Tnsaday and
Saturday; Boston, Wednesday. Tbursdsys and Friday!.
For sale by 0. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
A Hmr Kuhlnnitlils IVrfoms, fnimat. BsfrMhlnir, Uitlnr.
jold by 4mnlu Ornrt twf ilftrtd,. HlMwt A ('., Bf. 1.
Lit thclcst medicines known ore combined in Par-'
il'iinr. tdtrlni. Mandrake. Htillintria and fnanv-
r - . ... . ... . m
-KBR s OiNGKtt I onic, into a meuicineot aucn
ricd and ellcctivc powers,a. to make it tne greatest'
lilood i'urifcr and Liver Regulator and the
UeJitllpalth AKtrongth Uostorer Ever Used.,
I It cures Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,'
'.ilci)lei,Micss, and all diseases of tho Stomach,;
llowels, Liver and Kidneys, ,
; Kemtmberl 'J his Tonic is the Test Family
Medicine ever made,and 1, entirely difterent from;
-Hitters, Ginger Preparations, and other Tonic,
'it never intoxicates but cures drunkenness. None.
' :rn'iint without ':-n.itiirc,f llisrov A? Co., N. V
Parker's Hair Balsam
The btl snd mo.1
Acnuomli-sl bslr r-
Fortune I Apents wdtenutrk ! Trrlty f ren.
8( ullniy new ImmI selling art le lea out, I'ropell
Ing Belts for sowing suit all umi lilnes. Imles
truerlhle F.. sh font and a perfect tioorPprtn.
The i'.T.Colled WtrellelttoaantliAvu. N. V.
Intone HecnM Rcs'nrMI
"cir 'i(, .;i i an'i Acres JtTnlu.fi.
iNrAljI.IHLE !f tdkell sa lllrectwl, A AJ aj'' f
nri'tlav . I realise 'ni trial Dnttiolrwuia
r'ltpolli'iiU.iney paMiirfnirvS'i;a. t,-nl namn,
P. 0. SM-t f Tpr"s dilrss to Uiu Kl,ISK,vi
ArrUi..!''.'.. . i- 'old. I'a. .!rern net4anitttU.
Sr. S. Silsbso's EsternalPileficmody
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Pnii hyPruKirl'liievprywhere. Price, 1 Oil prr hot
prenniiibyiiiHil, hainpl-s sent Jrrt to 1'hyslclane
.1 tnsniteri-rs, ny r ofiisnieoierw , nox o-.uo.
, Itv. h,ilHniL:ioi,uitnri-rnnf AniLjLUM.m
AHEAUTIKUL OROAN, the "Mozart," New
Styles, No. ld.OXHi, 27 stops, in full sets, golden
tongue reeds, solid walnut Hlgbee polished case,
Now and valuable Improvements lux! addod. Htool,
book, music, lioied and delivered on hoard cars
here, price only $W UO, net citsh. Satisfaction
guaranteed In every particular or money refunded
alter l year s use. jsvery one sold sens anotrwr. it
is a standing advertisement. Orper at once, noth
ing saved by correspondence. My new factory lust
completed, capacity 'i.iku instruments every m unys
vury latest labor saving wood working machinery.
Vast capital enables me to manufacture better
goods for less money than ever. Address or call up
on Dnuiel F. Ileatty, Washington, N. J.
(TAnew styles chromo cards with name, or ST) New
u" Year's cards 10c. Nassau Curd Co., Nassau, N Y.
1 Til II ' P11'11 wlzur1 trick cards, 1 pack fun cards,
ll'i- 1 pack transparent curds, 1 marvelou ornl,
tharmnnlilm, UN) album verses, all In neat case for
7 lit: stamps. Address Huh Card Co., Iloston, Muss.
liilV Lww) Tor with Improved Interest
J Mill I'llt I,,),),,, cuieudiir. etc. Kenttoanv
address on receipt of two threo-cent stumps. Ad
dress Clmrlos E. Hires, 4H North Delawaru avenue,
Atlantic and tlulf Coast Canal and Okcecholm
, Land Co.
50.1)00 SHAKES, 810 EACII
at PAH with a houna of 40 acres for each 1(1 shares,
from choice land of Uiu "Dleion I'lircliase."
Cnices:-! Third and Chestnut at.. PlilladelphlB.
tlln llroadway, N, Y . If i HI. ll.
Detailed prosptK tus wllb descriptive maps mail
BOLD MEDAL AWARDED
ilis A iithor. A d and ml MmI
toal Wora.wvrmnt4id tlx timt and
h,awt, indiaMmssll to tnery
nuin.rnuMrd "tlisHnmnmol lata
nr.Helt I'n'arrvaU'fi " hound in
fliuist Kri'tirh Uinslin, mnlsiaswl.
sUoil anirrarinaa, US pnwinii.
hnna, pnea only i :Jfsnt hr
snnd now. Addmsa FiiAlrndt MmI.
TBI MILD P0WEB
Humphreva' Homooputhio SpecificB
ITOven rnin nniHi', n,riein-r ni, i-niirr
sueeess. hltiile, lroinit, Kllleli'lll, and
tlullnl.l.. III,'. Mllt I llU ..t.lU lll.-.ili'llll'll
n(lliiieo i" . ...a hw,
LIST I'KIS' II ,1, noa, ci'HFn. ,'llius.
I. fevers. t'oiiKi'stlon, liittnmmatlniis, .if'
i rlii. Worm 1'ever W iirm I'olie. .as
A I'rvllia I'ollr, or Teething of Infuiils, '
4. Iilnrrliea of t liilileeii or Ailulls. . . .'J.'.
5. I enli'ry, (irlplliK, Unions CollO, :."
S, ( fiolera lorhu, ohilllng, . ,2ti
7. tonsil", Cold, I l it'll 1 1 In. ' . . ..'.In
H, Ssuriilvla, 'lootlinelie, I Hcrnehe. ,1V1
, (leailnelies, Hl.-lt lleiidiiehes, VcrtlijO, '
10. I(yiei.ln, Unions htoniueh,
II. h oppressed or rnlullil IVrlods, ,S?
IX lilies, too uiotuse l erloils, . M
IX Crmiii. I'ougli. Iitnieult Pifnihlnir, M
IS hiieuinsllsill, Itlii u
IS. fever (md tsiie, t'l
17, Piles, iillinl or IlleeC
IU. Catarrh, neiite or el
14. nail iiheimi, r.rysipeins, r.ruptlinis, .
Kin iinmtio i 'hIiis, . M
1 1 1 1 . 1'ever, Agues, Ml
lironlei Itlltlletlrlk. Ml
M. VVIiiHinliia Cmiah. violent I oiu.li.. .mi
41. lieiiernl lleblllly, I'hys'l Weakness, .Ul
(. niuiiey iiisensf, .no
M. Vtiiiih IIMiIIIIv, fpentiiitnrrhea, l.m
:H I rliiurv eaKiie.s.UeitiiiKllie lk-d,M
'Fl lkl.. ..1 .l.u II... H. L'..l. .(I. ....... , ,a
V forsnlw liydriiKKlsts,ormiit by I lie t'ase.
forslnnle Vial, free or ehargo, on nivlet of
iinee. nenu mr lir, Iliiiuelirrya' IIihiK oh
Ill.ease, Ae,, (14t ies, ulsolllusltalrd
I niaiosiie, r n r.r,.
AddmsS. lliimnlirrvB' llnoisxinnihln
Jled. Co 10t Ir'utwu HU .New Yurfc.
i imm iriiiiiiiilj i hhiiiiitiiiii iniiiiiii isirsi
by this simple ' water
power Invention may
avoid all the labor and
Injury f driving liar
Hewing Machine. Ovn
0,000 ot these Backus
Water MotAirs, nolselsss
and ornamental, adapt
ed to all Hewing Ma
chines, are now giving
Two sixes are made for
Household Mewing Ma
olilnes. Price, g.5 and
'i'i.TO. Also largnr
sites for factory newts
and for ail kinds of ma
chinery. 8enl fnr Dlmnlar ts
BACK J8 WATKTt MOTOH CO., Now&rk, N.J
This is the
Most Economical Power Known
FOR DRIVING LIGHT MACHINERY I
H takes but little room.
It never gets out of repair.
It cannot blow up.
It require no fuel.
It needs no engineer.
There Is no delay; no firing up; no ashes to clem
away ; no extra Insurance to pay ; no repair
ing necessary; no coal bills to pay,
aud it is always ready for ose.
' It is Verv Cheap.
Prices $15 to $0. State papor too saw this sd Id.
A HKATTY'S PIAXOFOUTES-Msgnifiesnthol.
'tis iday presents; square grand pianofortes, four
very handsome round corners, rosewood eases,
th ree unisons, Beatty 'a matchless iron f rames, stool
book, cover, boxed, 1222 75 to 2'J7 60; catalogue
pncs, litiio to $1,(1(10; satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded after one year's nee; upright pi
anotortes, $125 tu 25&; catalogue price $f,00 to
llltll; standard plnnolortea of the nulverse, as
thousands testify ; write for mammoth Hat of tes
timonies; Beatty'a cabinet organs, cathedral,
church chapel, parlor, $30 upward ; visitor wel
come; free carriage meets trains; Illustrated cat
alogue (holiday edition) free. Address or call on
DANIEL F. BKATTY, Washington, New Jersey.
V0TT Vft M FN lf y wonld ewn Telogrs-
lUUllVr lUlLi phylnfour months, antf be
certain of a situation, address Valentin Brothers,
A YEAR snd expenses to agents. Out
fits free. Address
P. O. VICKKRY, Angusta, He.
I'd in t1i 1 nf for advertisers, 100 pages, SB cent!
UII1 JUIIL I o. p, Kowoll Co.' Niw York.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WORLD.
It alouo Issues
stipulating that tho contract of Insurance "shall
not be dlHii'.ited" alter It Is three years old,
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear and concise, snd contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
H. Il.-KKAI) YOllll Pm.trilCM rnmn.V. Ih.
short and slmplu form used by the Equitable wlih
tho long and ohscuru contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companies I
m CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. H.Hfif thu rnnnv Inttn r.nm .Jis. kntsi.
fPr""l' their gratification with the returns from
mmr ivniiss BAVINIIS r UNO POUOIIB,
HtHMlUBO Of itsj
Outstanding Insurance !
Assets Securely Invested
K. A . BUHNBTT. Agent, .
Omoe, corner Hth and Washington.
Kovombcr IM, 1S8L aadw V