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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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A KIVElt CATASTKOl'JIE.
THE Ur.KOAST ANCIIOIl LINK HTEAMKIl
OHA.NU TO W Kit HTKIKEH AN OHSTUI.'I TIO.N
AS'II HINKS WITHIN Til KICK MINCTKS TIMK
TWO OH TIIUEK I.IVKa IlsT.
At ulxiut 7 o'clock Friday nilit tlio
Htfiiinor drawl Tswcr, on her way down
from St. Louih, ran upon an obstruction, in
tho river uhuut fourteen miles above this
city, near Commercial Point, which toro a
larjjo hole in bottom and caused her to
Bink in about seven feet of water within
three minutes from the timu bhe struck. As
Soon an the grout craft Btruck she halted,
and while yet throbbing with the violent
bhoek, she settled to the bottom. Tho
uhrmdid not need to be given by any of
the officers. All aboard knew at once
what had lefallen them and there wiih not
much time for a panic. Most of the pass
engers, of whom there were about twenty
live all told, remained quiet. Those on the
boiler deck went up stairs into thw cabin,
'and were soon followed there by the deck
luiwl--, engineer and firemen. The yawls
Were launched und other life-saving appa
ratus was gotten ready for use. I'ut in the
meantime a government boat, Salvor,
which ia engaged near the scone of the
disaster in raising a sunken barge of iron,
came to the rescue and many of the passen
gers of the ill-fated steamer got aboard of
her. The steamer Alice Brown was also
fortunately near at hand and also came im
mediately to the rescue, taking aloard
passengers and some freight. A number
of passengers were also taken ashore in a
yawl, one of whom was a lady, who had
jumped overboard into the river and was
fortunately picked up and saved. In spite
of these many means of salvage it was sup
posed that seven lives had been loot from
the deck all passengers; but later re
ports have reduced tho number to three or
tour, and a dispatch from Captain Lennox,
of tho sunken steamer, who claimed to
have made a thorough investigation, stated
yesterday, that all passengers, officers and
crew wer accounted for, excepting two
deck passengers. One of the deck passen
gers of the bout claims, however, to be
quite sure that three men were lost, one of
whom was a cripple, having a wooden leg.
The surviving passengers were all brought
to this city, from whence they left for their
several destinations yesterday afternoon
and night, on the steamers John A. S: ud
der and City of Helena.
The actual cause o( the accident is not
positively known, and opinions differs ma
terially. It is supposed by some that the
boat struck a large stump which formerly
protruded above the surface of the water,
jn that it could be plainly s en by pilots
and avoided, but that the stump was re
cently sawed otT by a government dredge
boat, so that it was entirely invisible ex
cept in very low water. Others think that
she struck upon a portion of the old barge
of iron, which sunk in that vicinity some
time ago and in the removal of which the
steamer Salvor has been at work for some
time. " The exact location of the hole in
the bottom of the boat had not been ascur
tiUiuvl yesterday, but from . dispatches re
ceived from Captain Lennox, it is supposed
to bo near the center in the fore part. The
boat is lying parallel with the bank, prow
down stream. She settled down very even
ly and yesterday was keeling n lit tl o to one.
side, allowing thu water to wash tho boiler
deck at the rear end. Ico is coming down
thu river in large quantities and in order to
protect her from being cut up by ice, a
barge has been fastened along side of her,
which affords all necessary protection. The
opinion generally expressed by men who
have Eomo experience in the raising of
sunken boats and wrecking generally is,
that tho Grand Tower cannot bo raised
This opinion is based upon tho fact that,
her sinking having been so rapid, her bot
tom must have been too badly torn up
Vpou this point, however, opinion may
change as tho condition of tho boat be
Cornea better known.
Tho Grand Tower was ono of tho finest
S'nd most popular water palaces upon tho
great western rivers, and she will bo much
'missed by th traveling public. Shu cost
originally sixty thousand dollars and was
. flbuut twolvo years old. Her capacity was
between twelvo ami fourteen huudred tons
3ho was not insured.
In Pontine, Mich., a young lady called
it tho drur Btoro of Messers. Wells . Co
i'or a bottlo of St. Jacobs Oil a few
days ago. Being asked how it
Was liked sho replied that it
bad cured her mother of Iilioumn
tisiii, and whenever any of tho family had
uu actio or pain, 1st. Jacobs Oil was lmuio
diately applied. Theso contlomcn also
say that Ht. Jacobs Oil is tho best selling
orticio tney navo in tiioir store.
Tor tho Sunday Dullotln.
OVER DRESSING LITTLE GIRLS
"Beauty adorned tho least is adorned tho
jnost," says Homo old-faahionod sage
However true this may bo,- tho fact that tho
sweet, innocont bonuty of childhood is
enhanced by boing plainly and neatly
dressed is, wo think, undeniable. At a
public gathoring a fow evenings
uiuoo tho attention of tho writer was at
' trnctod to a littlo miss, not yot in hor twus,
a perfect miniature in dress of her fashiona
ble mother. "Ii inged" hair, powdered face,
gold bracelets, chain and ear rings, opera
cap, kid gloves set while looking on her
littlo face, which had, young as it was,
began to assurance a cure-worn expression.
Our thoughts ran something in this wise.
Poor baby and foolish, indiscreet mamma!
Why will they wear your sweet childish
form and features with such overdressing?
How much sweeter you would look in a
pretty, plain costume, with your little hands
free from these hateful kids, which, wo
know, punish you every moment you wear
thcui, and with your hair brunhed out of
of your eyes, and back from your really in
tellectual forehead with no jewel, except
your bright eyes and pearly teeth; theri'l
you would laugh naturally, and clap your
limplod hands in glee wln-n you were
pleased, instead of sitting there so self-
conscious and prim. What can your
parents givo you in the way of "purple and
fine linen" when you are a grown young
lady, that will please you wheu you have,
since your very babyhood, been lined to such
elaborate toilets that you must, by this
time, bo perfectly disgusted with it all?
In direct contrast to this picture, a boy
of about the same age sat near, "How was
he dressed?" I will tell you.
A nice, warm, dark cloth Buit, easy fit
ting and comfortable; warm, thick boots;
a plain collar; a cloth cap, thrown down at
his feet; bare hands, and short-cropped
hair. How happy that boy looked so care,
free and natural, and as we gazed on the
coutrahtini.' picture, we ceased to marvel at
tho sentiments of the many little girls we
have Jieard exclaim, "Oh, I wih I had
been born a bov !" I. A. M.
Cairo, 111., Jan. 7th, 12.
IT Irj SETTLED.
The Cairo and St. Louis Narrow-Gauge
railroad is now virtual ty in the control of
Col. J. W. Paramore, president of the Tex
as and St. Louis (N.G.) railway. The
stockholders have agreed to turn it over to
the Texas and St. Louis by the 1. -4 of Febru
ary, but some circumstance may arise
whereby the transfer cannot be made ex
actly on that date. The T. and St. L. is
now completed to St. Francis river, und the
Howe TruM bridge, which is to span that
stream, is being rapidly built. It is the in
tention of the Texts road to be running in
to St. Louis over the T. and St. L. by the
1st of February, and the entire road will In
completed by September next. The tele
graph lines will be operated independent
of all telegraph companies, and will be a
private concern belonging to the railroad.
The terms of tho lease of the Cairo and
St. Louis bi the Te.a? and St. Louts are
that the Txas and St. Louis shall pay the
interest on the first mortgage bonds of the
Cairo and St. Louis, which amounts to
about $130,000 per annum, on a total of
fJ,COO,000 in this chss of bonds. Besides
this thu earnings of the two roads arc to be
divided in proportion to the mileage of
rich, after the interest account and operat
ing expenses Brc deducted. The lease is
Messrs YV. W. Wallace, masti-r mechanic
t the Illinois Central rtii!i'.d at Cham
pagne, and Win. Porter, pas n -i r ec-r'.aeer
on the same road are in the c'.'w These
gentlemen were both resident i t (.ro at
the time the frightful death of Mr. T .ccs
occurred on the Illinois Central r.;iirod
incline, and are here to testify for the pros
ecution in damage case now peiolit'g in liu
circuit court hcte attainst the c u j inv o
account of said accident.
Mrs. Judge Coleman arrived h. ,: . m
Centralis yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Leander Parkinson, of Centralis,
arrived yesterday afternoon and will re
main on a short visit to friends.
Judge F. Dio.-s returned yesterday after
noon from a short business trip.
Mrs. Seytnore, wifo of the assistant super
intendent of the Southern division of tho
Illinois Central railroad, left for Centralia
Mrs. Guorgo E. Olmsted has been ill
for some time. Friday sho was in a dan
gerous condition, but was somewhat im
Among tho Cairo people who attended
the dance at Anna Friday night wero the
Misses Pitcher and Messrs Thomas Mor
gan, Frank Motcalf and William Lippett of
Captain Henry Scott, now inspector of
Bteamboats for tho Evansvillo district, but
who us captain of the steamer Thomas
Scott, took all who wished to leave Cairo
during tho Hood of ISM away on his boat
free of charge, was a guest at the Planters
House Friday. Tho captain is now an old
man, but quite- jolly and talks jokingly of
tho fearful experience through which he so
kindly helped tho people of this, now per
fectly safe city, to pars in tho long ago.
The Springer passed up to Cincinnati
yesterday afternoon with' a big trip from
Nuw Orleans. Sho was detained 3G hours
Tho City of Alton, Stc. Genevievo and
Providence, all overdue, had not arrived up
to last night.
The Jennie Walker passed up tho Ohio
rivor with a small barge in tow.
Tho tug Laurel, dipt. Sellis, arrived yes
terday from tho Ohio.
Tho City of Vicksburg will bo out from
St. Louis for Vicksburg to-day.
Tho City of Helena did not leave St.
Louis for Memphis until'yi'Htorday morning"
and consequently will not bo out until today.
CAIKO BLLLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1882
Tho Alice Brown did not go back to St.
Louis with coal in tow, but tow empty
barges up to Louisville, and will return
with o tow of coal for Cairo.
The Scudder did not get away until yes
terday noon, but left w ith a big trip for
Now Orleans, including tho passengers off
the sunken Grand Tower.
MEN, WOMEN'. AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN THE INTKKT'.ST OF THE CAIKO
Mrs. Gakkiel'd has just sent to Queen
Victoria tho photograph of tho late pres
ident, which her majesty wished to possess.
It is of cabinet size, and handsomely
Thacbeiuy'h house in Kensington pal
ace-gardens, London, has just been sold.
It was not only lived in, but was built for
the novelist, who reared it in red brick in
the stylo named after Queen Anne. Until
lately it was occupied by Mr. Joseph
Mft. A. B. Aixjott is said to seldom pass
a day without composing a' sonnet or
stanza. Ho is eighty-two years old. The
forty-ninth birthday of his daughter Louisa
has recently occurred. Miss Alcott is
alxnit to bring out a new and altered edi
tion of her first novel, "M-mhIs."
The old timbered house in Worcester
shire in which Butler, the author of "Hu-
dibras," was born, has been razed to the
ground, ami the only contemporary record
of his existence is contained in tho parish
register, which preserves the entry of. his
baptism on St. Valentine's day in 1612.
M. Gehome, the painter, grows more
fragile in appearance with every year. He
is ethereally slender, and seems, Mrs.
Hooper sai s, to consist mainly of a profu
sion of iron gray hair and beard, and a pair
of piercing dark eyes, the rest of him be
ing too slight to be taken into considera
tion. Mr. II. U. Som)MON, who was a profound
Hebrew scholar, and w ho was generally ad
mitted to be the best English, authority on
the Talmud, has just died in England. He
was descended trom Mordecai Jaffa, the
author of a series of books known as the
"Levush," and he himself translated the
Jewish prayer-book into English.
A 8TLVEU star marks the spot on the floor
of the Baltimore and Potomac railway sta
tion where Fresident Garfield fell when
shot. A beautifully carved marble tablet
was placed on the wall above it on Wed
nesday. An eagle, holding in its claws ar
rows and laurels, surmounts the stone, on
which is inscribed, "James Abram Garfield,
President of the United States, shot July 2,
The success of Mr. Alfred Ayrcs' The
Ortheopist, which has been accepted as one
of the most trustworthy of recent manuals
of pronunciation, has warranted the pub
lication of a new work on tho same line of
study. "Tho Verbalist," constructed on the
same plan as the former work, 'is devoted
to the brief discussion of tho riyht and
wrong uso of words, and to some other mat
ters of interest to those who would speaK
and write with propriety. Special study is
made of those words and phrases which nre
mo.-.t frequently misused, or which have lost
their finer shades of meaning through care
less usage. Tho book will prove profitable
reading to multitudes, and should find a
convenient place in every library for ready
WEI1STEH AXD CHOATK.
Thirty years ago, w hen a student of
Amhcrest college, I remember going over
with several of my classmates to North
atupton, where Daniel Webster and Rufus
Choate wero tho opposing lawyers in the
great Oliver Smith case. I shall never
f nget the impression made by tho great
contrast botweentho manner and gesticula
tions of those two distinguished pleaders
in their closing arguments. The court
room was crowded almost to suffocation,
and tho immense interest involved, to
gether with the high reputation of the op
posing counsel, combined to excite the at
tention and interest of all to a remarkable
degree. Webster's gestures, as well as his
words, were comparatively few, but weighty,
massive, tho very embodiment of dignity
and conscious strength. Most of the
time during this half hour argument he
stood perfectly motionless, his body slight
ly bent forward and his hands behind his
Choate- spoke for nearly two hours in a
mauner the very counterpart of Webster's,
and yet equally appropriate to tho speaker's
individuality. Ho was all alert, every vein
swelled to fullness, every muscle at its
utmost tension. Ho advanced towards the
jiiry and retreated. He rose on tiptoe, and
several times in his excitement seemed to
spring up entirely off his feet. Ho ran his
long, nervous fingers through his dark curls
and anon shook them in tho air above his
head with bo swift a motion that they
seemed to run into each other like tho
spokes of a spinning-wheel, His plea last
ed two hours. The day was hot, and when
ho had concluded ho sank into tho arms of
attendants in a Btato of perfect exhaustion
and was borne out into tho lobby like a
corpse. Tho excitement in the court room
was intense, but Webster's calm, stem logic
carried tho day over Choato's brilliant and
fiery rhetoric. Tho verdict was for Webster
and tho will. S. F. Butler.
It is, to say tho least, wrong for anybody
to no to church or nublic moetiinr. hacking
away and disturbing tho preacher or orator
with coughing. Uso Dr. Bull s t'ougn pyr
up at once ; it costs only 23 cts. a bottlo.
Tub beauty and color of tho hair may bo
safely regained by using Parkor's Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearliness and dandruff eradicat
Faded or gray hair gradually recovers its
youthful color and lustre by tho uso of
Parker's Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing,
admired for its purity and rich perfume.
Sirii.on'fi Cataiikii Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
MotlHTs! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
lit once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to uso in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best femalo
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold evcrcyivhi to. 25 cents a bottle.
Why win. you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, no cents and f 1. 11
Hub It In.
Jacob Loeckman, 274 Clinton street, Buf
falo, N. Y., says he hits been using Thom
as' Eclectric Oil for rheumatism. lie had
such a lame back that he could do nothing;
but one bottle entirely cured him. Paul
C. Schuh, Agent.
Go to Paul G. Sehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and Genu an. Price 15 cents.
Aiie you ma ijk miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
lellow Skin? Shiloh s vitalizer is a posi
tive cure. 10
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvsiK'pslii, Liver Pis
easts, Fever hihI- Autif
Heart DlNCiihe, llillons
ni'ss, Nervous Debility
THE DKST ItKJIKDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand IMtles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrup poou'epos varied tiropertiun: It (tim
ulutcs thu ptyHltue in the palmi, which couvorls
the eturch und ciiHnr of the food Into silicons. A
(itMlrk'iicy in ptymine canxe wind auii sourinu of
the food iu the Mum itch. If the mi'illctuo jt nun
Immediately after cutinj;, the fermentation ol hx d
Ii ui ts upon the Liver,
It acts tipot the Kidneys,
It lii'inilates the Bowels,
It l'urilii'S tho Mood.
It Onl' ts the Nervoiut System,
It I'roniotcK Digestion,
It. Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries olT t lie Obi Hloml ami makes New,
It Opens the Pores of th Skin and Induces
It iioutriiMnc? thu hereditary taint, or poison in
tho 'liood, wlildi vrcnenitt'd Scrofula, Krvulpulas,
and all manner of rikiu Dlscanus and Internal hu
mors. There nr no piritn employed In lt manufacture
and It cun he taken by thu meet delicate huhe.or ly
the ajji'd and feeole, care only helng required In ut
Umlh u to directions.
Galva, Henry County, Ilia.
I was MiflVrlng from Sick Headache and DImI
ncp ho Unit I could not attend to my hotmehold du
ties, and a short trial of Or. (.'lurk JoIiiihou'd Indi
an Ulood Syrup effectually cured m.
-MRS IIKLKN EI.KINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This In to certify that Dr (Hark Johnson's Indian
Illood Syrup has cured niu of 1'aln in tho I tuck . It
Is a vuluutile medicine. MKs Wuul).
Centre nill, White Co., Ark.
This l to certify that I wna aflllcted with Valpl
tttttuti of the Heart for many years I tried dill'er
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to strengthen. I ai last
reg Ived to try. Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Hlood
Syiup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, nut also a Stick Head
a'ch which had been troubling me.
MRS MART A. NEAL.
I was aflllcted with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get relief, although using medi
cines from our best doctors. I commenced using
Dr. .tohnson'a Indian lllood Hvrnp, and a short trial
cured mo. T. W. KlSlNU. Mollno, 111.
This rertMea that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
lllood Syrup baa effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot ho snlil In praise of It.
W. K. W1MMKK, Hodford, Mo.
Agents wanted for the salo of thu Indian' Ulood
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
agent, l'articiilara glveu ou application,
D11U0GIST3 SELL IT.
. Labratory 77 Wont 3d St., N. Y. City.
rt " ff'M 13 'c
C ITT) T
For sale hy (!. V. llcmlei-soii. Cairo, Illinois.
U'llrwrr" " .. i... .i. ,.... j.t . , .
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
For coiiehs. colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, consumption and all diseases of the
throat, chest and luugs.
Balsom of To 1
throat, client and luugs.
but It has never been so advautagenualy compounded
dition to its soothing linlsaiiiic properties, It affords
system after the cough has been relieved.
UrWT IT IN Ol'AHT SIZE nOTTLKS FOR FAMILY I.TSK, PIHCR $1.0(U?3
I A T TrP 1 H" u" d' eel veil by dealer who try to palm off upon you Kock and Kve tu
v7iV LJ 1 J place ol our Tola, HoeK and Hyc, w hich is the onlv niodltated article made
the genuine hasa privnte die iroirieiary slmnpnn each bottle.
llie TOLL, KOCK ami IIYJS VO., Tropiietors, 41 Kiver street, ClucBfro, III.
Sold hy Dnucdisis, (Jikickhs and Dkalkks Kveuyvviiere.
AKW ADY KUTISKM K.NTS.
Vorloni. ! Apents write rtutclr ! Tcrrttir7fren.
81 utirely new h-t selling u'tl' lesout. rpipi'H
lug Helta for sewing mi.l nil lenchire . Iinli--triii-illilo
C.isb Cnrd ami a perfect Door Kprlim.
Iu I'.T. Culled Wire liellCo..aJ0 ttUAvo.. i'.
Sr. S. Sibfc39'sErferealPUeRcaedy
Coves instant relief andisanlnfnlllblo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold hy nrnge-1'ts everywhere. Price. 1 no per but
rftt'ii I ty r.-m it. aentrcs to rhylclni
ondttlstitr-rcrs, hy 1. .S.-nstacilliir A: ' n- II ox an.
tuw i'orkCUj. feulerjiuuufuutun rai I "Anutuu,
AHEAUT1KUL OHHAN, Ihu "Mozart," New
Styles, No. li.HH, JT stops, 10 full aets, gulden
tongue reeds, solid walnut Hlgbeu polished ca-e,
New and valuable Improvements just added. Stool,
book, music. ISoxecl and delivered on board curs
here, price only Jtio no, in-t cash. Satisfaction
guaranteed in ecrv pnrtlcttl'ir or money refunded
alter 1 year's use. Kvery one sold sells another. H
is a standing adver'ieiM ',i ihht at once, noth
ing saved by corresp i .u. ,. c. .My new factory just
completed, capacity 2,li0 instruments every a. days
very latest labor saving wood working machinery.
Vast capital enables me to manufacture belter
goods for less money than ever. Adiltess or call up
on Daniel F. Ileally, W ashiugtou, N. .1.
r Anew styles ehromo cards with name, or .Ti New
J' "Vear's carda 10e. Nassau Card Co., Nassau, N Y.
FTllll 1 "''"I'd trick curds, 1 puck fun cards,
1 1 1 11 1 pack transcalent curds, J marvelous ottn,
tharnionium, l'l album verses, all in neat rase for
7 3c. stamps. Add re a Hub Card Co , Huston, .Muss.
Hl41'V lTl'JX for 1s-' '"'I'roved Inlorest
J'lillJ r 1 1 Xj tl,u, ciiletnlar, etc.. Sent to any
address on receipt of two three cent stumps. Ad
dress Charles, ti. llirea, 4H North Delaware aven-ie,
Atlantic and (iilll Coast. Canal and Okcrchoha
I. nod Co,
50,000 SHAKES, $10 EACH
at I' A 11 wltn a bonus of lit acres for each 10 shares,
from choice lands of tho "lliston I'lirchase."
Ollkes :- J Third und Chestnut sts., 1'hlludrlphta.
111 llroadway, N, Y.. Kooins 111, Hit.
Detailed pros)ectiiB with descriptive maps mail
Caiho, li.i.a., Derember It), IsHI.
The regular' nnnutil meeting of the stockholders
of the City Nutioual Hank ol Cairo, lor the purpose,
of electing seven directors will be held at tlio olllro
of said bank, in this city, on Tuesday, .luutiury In'
ISM. l'olla open at 10 o'clock a. m , , and cUo at (
o'clo k p. m., of said day,
THUS. VV. HAI,I.1DA. Cashier.
N TIIIKTY DAY'S THIAI.,
We will send Dr. Dvu'i Celebrati d Electro Volta
ic, Iliilts and other Klectilc Appliances on trial lor
30 diiya to young men und other persona allllcted
wlthNiirvoiiH Dehility, Lost Vitality, etc , guaran
teeing apeedy relief and complete reatorall in of
vigor and manhood. Also for Itheiimatlsm, Neu
ralgia, I'aralysls, I. her und Kidney diOli'iillies.
KupturcB, and many other discuses. Illutsarled
pamphlet sent free. Address Ytdtalt; licit Co.,
.Marshall, Mich. -Mec'NI-yl
mliuslnesB now heforu Ihu public
You cau makn money faster at
work for us than at anything
else, Capitol not needed. We
will start you. W a (Invalid
upwards made at houm by thu
Industrlnna men, women, hoys and girls wafted cv
cry where to work for us. Now la the time, S'ou
can work In spare time onlv or give your w hol-t time
to the bitsluesa. You cau live at home and do the
work. No other business will pay you nearly aa
well. No one can fall to make enormous pat by
engaging at once. Costly outfit and terms free.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Add rem
True &Co., Augiitta, Maine. 10-30.
tllllor. A uew And vnuiL tklf
ical Vi ork,warriuitl the lwt ul
lleaimst. lmllMIH,nsAlilo to en-r
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