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THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
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lhnnhiHnrwl 1 The Br. Hurh:r lleiliclni) Ct)4 Si. loall
The following Is one of the very many testlmo
nlala we are recelviiiK daily: '
fmffonm: Home three nionths tgo I beptn the
use of lit. IhureitN Ikiin Tonic, niion the ad
Vice of umiiy friends who knew its virtues. I was
iifferiiii fruiu gener.il debility to fut'h an ejlent
tliatmy InUir wasrxi ('A.lhif.'ly liurlenHouie touio.
. A vaeallon of a inonthliid nut give me much ra
Let, but on the einitrmy, wna followed hy In
creased pniKtriitlon and l!ikhi ehlllH. At this
time 1 W:ui theune, of your IitON Tonic, from
which 1 realized alumni lniiiicill.de and wonderful
results. I'lieoldtfiierpy returned and 1 found that
hit nalurul force was not permanently ahuted. 1
have UMd three hotllcnof fhcToNlc. blurt-uhIiik
It 1 have dune twice the hinor that I ever did in the
same time during my IllneHH, and with doutde tho
case. With Ihu trumiiill nerve and vlyorof IxMly,
has come. alw a cli'tinican of thought never before
eujoyed. If the Tuniu 1ms not done Uie work, I
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n4 liori" and no Jcrsuu or l.nulvk
Rl 0 liiajiansonnsBnnipnwiwioiacuwMf
iliruiikii.unf opium. t.lce(, aJulI. I
BIXTEEN YEABfl AFTER.
'Up tho hill, past tho burylng'grounda,
aad a tho rouus fork I look fur pn of
tlio cntttT. There are tho signH. Awny
to tho loft and hlph in tho wr are tho
buzzard- sailinp; In slow circlcH. I found
tlioia at Sliitrjisbtirp;, at Wiiu'liostcr, lit
Wahwnllill, lit CVdar Crock I hhw
thom liovoring ovor a score of difl'orcnt
baltlo-iiolds. That was tho first thiiifr I
lookod for a I rodo aionr tho dimly
hii'hwoy towards tho fighting rroumlri.
ANlien tho buzzards could bo noun there
w its no nomi to ask further information.
At Malvern Hill tlioro woro a hundred
of them Huttering over tho field v hero
tho eoqises hud lain thickest. At Cedar
Crock 1 could havo killed thom as they
sat on tho breastworks and uttered their
horriblo notes. At Clmncollorsville 1
drovo ono off tho stone erected to the
memory of Stonewall Jackson, and over
lu tho held where a blackened chimney,
rutting cannon wheels and hillocks of
earth mark the snot whero llookef
massed Ids guns, half & hundred of tho
croaking birds disputed the ground with
And so, turning to tho left, I rido
down a footh-pat.h running between a
cotton and a peanut lield and lind my
self at length in front of a hill covered
with pino and peach trees. This hill is
tho crater. When oiv.'o you havo climbed
its side it is no longer a hill. You look
down into an irregular hollow a hundred
and fifty feet long by from twenty to
forty broad, and that hollow will live
forever in our war history as the crater.
Weeds, grass and tho young peach and
pine trees bide much of the horror of
tho spot, but one who has time to tarry
can place everything as it was on that
morning of July :?0, 1864, when it was a
bolo twenty-five feet deep and full of
dead and wounded Federals.
The mine can lo traced from tho cra
ter to tho spot where the Federals turn
ed the first sod. Tho long gallery. is
marked by a caving in of the earth, and
the shaft has filled up and caved in un
til one would not know what it was.
tight at this point, ami what first sug
gested tho idea of the mine, the lines
S . . 1
fro. so cioso logcincr inai one can stanu
tt the crater and hurl a peach-stone into
the thicket where tho Federal pickets
were stationed. At no other point on
tho lines around Petersburg were Feder
al ami Confederate able to look in each
others1 eyes. It is hardly twenty steps
across tho cotton-iieul to tno cogc oi mo
thicket, ami here for months not a hand
could baehown that a dozen bullets did
not whiz for it. When there was no tir
ing, tho Confederates in thpfort and the
Federal pickets in the thicket could con
verse in ordinary tones of voice.
When Grant swung around he pushed
on until Leo checked him, and then
stopped right here and began intrench
ing. 1 his raaile a very irregular lino.
At. tho crater the Federals held the
thicket along the creek, the railroad be
hind it and tho forest still further back.
lardlv cirrhtv rods above, tho Confeder
ates held tho samo thicket, creek and
It is said that tho idea of tunneling
under tho six-gun Confederate fort at
this point originated witn a rennsyl
vaniii miner wlio was serving in one of
1 lit regiments in Hurnside's corps. A
lieutenant in a .New 1 ork regiment is
also mentioned, ami had the mine been
a success probably a dozen men would
have stepped forward to claim the hon
or. io matter who earned tno idea jo
Ihirnside, he grasped at it. War means
tumble wounds and sickening sights
mil death in a dozen terrible forms, but
in a war between civilized nations men
do not look upon such weapons as mines
with much favor. A direct attack upon
this six-o-un fort would have resulted in
repulse. If it could be blown out of tho
way there would no a gap in the un
fedorato lines through which whole
brigades could pour. One brigade
through that gup and Lee's lines were
The work was done by old coal miners
working in regular gangs, and tho shaft
was sunk about o(K) feet from the fort,
anil went down twenty feet before the
gallery branched off. The. gallery was
wide enough lor two men to work
abreast, and over four feet high. Ono
of tho greatest troubles was iu survey
ing the route, and even when tho gal
lory was under the fort no one felt ex
act ly sure within six or eight feet. A
little science, and a great deal of guess
ing, however, struck tho right snot, am
galleries were then dug to the right ami
left for a distance of thirty feet.
The Confederates within the fort were
totally unsuspicious of what, was going
on beneath them. Oneo, when one (If
tho wing galleries was being excavated
a soldier who was lying on the ground
suddenly called out that ho could bear
the sounds of digging, but those to
whom ho appealed said that it must no
rats burrowing their way in to got in at
the provisions. Again, a negro who
bad been within Uurnsido s ones re
ported seeing tho shaft, but the men
supposed the Federals were digging a
PLACING THE POWDER,
When the mine had been finished
Grant suddenly discovered that it was a
grand thing and certain to work, thougli
during its progress "uiirnsulo s lunriel
was as much leered at as Uutlor's Dutch
Gap Canal. Powder was brought up for
it and cai-efully carried through the
long, darK hole until eight tons were
heaped under tho fort. Then a single
cntiuel held thu place until Grant
should uo ready.
GKANT WAS KEADY
On tho 30th of August, Ho had sent a
force to tho north of the James to com
pel Leo to draw off some of his force
from tho Petersburg lines, and every
Federal fort tho length of tho long lino
was ordered to open lire from every gun
at a given sigual. It was hoped that
this terrific tiro would keep tho Confed
erates from rallying to repulse tho col
umn of assault at the fort to be blown
At half-past 3 o'clock on tho morning
of tho 30th it would bo break of day. 1 1
would also be tho hour when oven
watchful Boldieiu would regard the dan
gers of tho uight as passod and feel sleep
tugging at their eye-lids. Long before
that hour MarsbaU'g brigade of Ledlio's
THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETJN:
division hnd marcher silently down
from tho pine forest, and drawn up in
column for an assault, within half-pistol
shot of Uio fort; other brigades followed,
and Jn the gray of morning there stood
Hurnside's wholo corps in battlo line.
every man knowing of tho mine, and
every man believing that success was
Bum. Tho last regiment down had been
standing in line half an hour when tho
jtars palo1, . dim light crept over tho
fields, and men whispered to eacn otner
that they could see tno flag on the fort.
The moment had come for tho explosion,
and a whole corps was trembling with
THE FIluST BLUNDER.
Men who had planned, excavated and
nlaccd the fowder could surely bo trust
ed to lav the fuse and light it, but cither
fear or carelessness upset tho wholo plan.
The fuse birned a little way and then
tho fire diesi out. Daylight camo faster
and grew broaih r. From being barely
nldo, to discern the flag Hying over tho
sleeping fort, tho soldiers could, at
length, see tho roofs and spires of Pcters-
r. a nine and a half awav. Keveillii
was sounded all alonr the Confederate
Hues when ji volunteer descended tho
shaft, replaced tho fuse nd made suro
of his work.
the earth, then a sinking down, and all
at once the f-irt roso in a cloud of tlanio
and smoke, und tho ground shook for a
mile around. Even before tho sods and
lirt had ceased failing the Jew lork
ourteenth Artillerymen were dashing
into the cloud of smoke, closely followed
by a whole brigade.
WHAT T1IEV SAW.
As the men rushed for tho spot where
the fort iiad stood they found tho ugly
bole which has since been known as tint
Crater. The burned and blackened and
mangled bodies of nearly 200 Confeder
ates were hing in and around the pit,
some half buried in tho dirt, some gasp
ing in agony, and some crushed to pulp
under tho heavy guns which had follow-
d them into the air and lalicn oack to
nrth with an awful thud. The fort had
been swept away, and here was the gap,
but to pass through Lee's lines the Fed
erals must tump down those raggea
banks, clamber over that horrible debrm
and scramble up a height of twenty-fivo
feet and reform. Those who had plan
ned tho destruction of the fort had not
planned this horrible death-trap for Fed
eral soldiers, but it was to prove one,
just the same.
Wild with excitement the officers cried
"Forward!" and company after company
and resriment after regiment tumbled
into tho pit on one sido and tried to
climb out on the other. All organization
was at once lost, and the horrible sights
in tho pit dampened all enthusiasm. It
was a mob iu the Crater a shouting,
struggling mob, and when one got out
three fresh men charged in as tho as
faulting columns advanced.
IT WAS A SURPRISE
To the Confederates, even when so
many were awako and daybreak had
come. Had this explosion taken place
as planned, Leo s lines would have rjeen
broken. As it was, tho men in the two
Hanking forts were so dumbfounded
and (lazed by the shock that not a gun
was fired until the rumblo of Grant's
cannon had gone clear down his lines
and back and the Crater was full of
Federals. Then the Confederates real
ized tho situation and acted quickly.
Tho fort was gono, but the parallels had
not been disturbed. Moving to tho
threatened point from right to left they
soon had forco enough to hold tho gap.
Indeed, they soon held the pit with its
mob of disorganized soldiers, and not a
man could raise his bead without re
ceiving a bullet.
"FORWARD TO DEATH1."
At Fredoricksbyrg, when Kurnside
found his assault upon Mary's Hill re
sulting only in horrible slaughter, ho
appeared to grow wild ami reckless. At
the Urater, when lie lound his columns
of assault checked by tho pit, he contin
ued to add lo its horrors by urging for
ward other columns. The space lielween
the fort and the thicket was then a
plowed field, barren of even a bush.
This space was soon covered by the
guns of the Confederates, Hnd after tbo
ground had been heaped wun (lean
there was a general retreat to cover
Tho brigades which had flanked tho
Crater had not come prepared with arcs
to tear away the (jivuuz-k-fri$c pro
tecting tho earthworks, and as a conso
iiience not a man passed it. It seems
almost past belief at this day that after
3,000 men had been slaughtered in and
around tho Crater, and while at least a
thousand living ones were cooped up in
the pit and unable to get out, Burnsido
ordered up tho negro troops and piled
them in on top ot the veterans who had
gono before. Such was tho case, how
ever, and white and black, private and
officer, were mixed together in a teni
tied mob and held prisoners in tho holo
until General liartlelt raised tho white
flag and surrendered to the Confeder
FIRING INTO THE CRATER.
After tho Confederate firo had boon
trained on tho space botween tho thick
et and the Crater, those who attcmpte
to retreat from tho latter mot certain
death. Some of tho killed on this spot
had four bullets in them. Tho Confed
erates at length crept close enough to
shoot into tho Crater itself, and then oc
curred tho slaughter among tho negro
troops. They had come in last, and
wcro consequently most exposed.
SOME (STRANGE 8TOKIEH.
In that narrow space, scarce forty
rods square, tho Federals lost nearly
4,000 men and the Confederates 1,000,
On Sunday morning when Grant sent in
a llag of truce and asked permission to
bury his dead, ho found them corded up
on each side of the trenches and awaiting
him. Hardly a corpse was handled by
the burial party which was not hit moro
than once; and many of them were
struck live and six times. There aro
now on exhibition at tho Crater, by tho
owner of the farm, muskets with three
or four bullets imbedded ill the stocks
cuii-barrels with flattened bullets weldet
to them, nnd dozens of other evidences
to prove tho truth of the words of ono
of tho Federals who camo out alive
"If there is any hell hotter than your
old rebel Crer, I don't want to get
within a million miles of it. M. Quad
in Detroit free Frm. '
SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21, 1882
As Thousands Do Testify, -
So docs Thoniau Huberts, Wholosalo Grocer,
biludcluhin, who says: Uurnetts Coco-
aioo allays all irritation of tho scalp, and
will most efTuctiially remove dandruff and
prevent tho buir from falling out."
Jiiirnett.s Flavorign Extracts.- Iho su
periority of these extracts consists iu their
pei feet purity und great strength. I boy
are warranted free from the poisonous oils
and acids which enter into thu composition
of many factitious fruit flavors.
The Lime Kiln Club on the "Barriers of
Tho secretary of tho Lime Kiln Club
reported the following inquiry from tho
oillco of Secretary of Statu of New Jer
sey: "Aro tho barriers of American
liberty boinjj gradually demolished?"
The question being open for discus
sion, Trustee l'ullback said ho couldn't
see any signs of such calamity. When
an American could open a grocery in
one end of a building, a saloon in the
other, and a poker room upstairs, it
didn't look as if American liberty was
in very great danger.
Samuel Shin said ho had carefully
studied the subject of the- barriers of
liberty for many ears past, and ho had
of late come to the conclusion that so
long as a red-faced young man could
blow a brass horn all the evening next
door to w here a child lay dying, tho
barriers were all right and sound as a
Givcadam Jones observed that ho also
kept bis eye peeled for any signs that a
central government was seeking to un
dermine thu harriers erected by Wash
ington and cemented by tho blood of
patriots. When an American could sit
on dry goods boxes all summer and
make charity support turn all winter,
there need be no alarm for tin safety of
Several other members spoke In tho
same vein, and the president closed the
address by saving:
"I think tins club ampurty well satis
fied dat de barriers ob liberty ara solid,
an' on behalf of this orgaiiizashuu I feel
to assure de kentry at largo dat all de
rights an' privileges granted by our fo'
faders am still worf a hundred cents on
do dollah. Now let do Glee Club strike
up dat good old air, 'Gwino down do
Lane,' an' as we rush fur do doah, it
w ill avoid coniplieasbuns fur all to re
member dat do fust pa'r ob obershoes
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Curo will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and 1(1. 11
Allen's Drain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1, 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 FirBt Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Binum's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcriu and Canker
'IIackmktack,' a lasting and fragrant per,
fume. Prico 23 and 50 cents. 13
Are you madih miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizcr is a posi
tive euro. 10
Sntum's Cure will immediately relievo
Croup, Whooping, cough and Bron
Tub beauty and color of the lin.tr mnv l'.n
safely regained by using Parkor's Hair
uaisam, wiucu is much admirod for Its
porfumo, clearlincss and dandruff eriulirnt.
Foil DVSPEPSIA And Liver fl.imrvlnin
you will havo printod guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalir.er. It novor fails
to curo. is
GREAT Germ DESTKO VER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
Liters purified and heal
ed, (iuncreue pre
vented and cured.
Wounds heuh d rapidly.
Hcnrvy cured lu short
Totter dried up.
It Is perfectly harmless.
For sore throat it Is t
Sick rooms purified and
l'everud and sick vet-
sons relieved and ro
ficHnud bv bathing
Fluid added to the
Suit white complexions
secured by its uho in
Impure air made harm
less and purl fled by
To purify the breath,
l liolerudi' hi on teil
rieansn the teeth, It
can't he surnasKed.
Ship fever prevented by
Ill ciices of death in tho
bonne, It should al
ways ho iiacd about
the corpse It will
Catarrh relieved and
iiurus relieved inatsutly.
NcurH nrevenled .
Removes all UDploasantaL
prevent any uopless
ant smell. An anti
dote fur suin al or veir
etahle potsous, stints,
Dmiuerotis cftlnvlas of
sick rooms snd hospit
al r. moved by Its use
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant ami Purifier.
Miimifaciiirlnu Chemists, SDI.K PROPRIETORS.
Is a combination of Ilvpophofphites, originated
by me in Canada while under the process of pulmo
nary consumption, and which has since been em
ployed hy the medical profession throughout Anier
ca and Kncland with unprecedented success.
It contains the elements es-etitUl to the animal
orgaul.aitou. the oxidi.Uic agents and tonics.
In combination with the stimulating sgent phos-
fihoms. nossessmu the merit of being slightly alka
Itie, ana Is dispensed in thu convenient and palat
able form of a syrup.
Its effects are usiia'ly visible within twenty-four
hours and are marked by s stimulation of the appe
tite, the digestion and assimilation, entering di
rectly Into tho circulation ; it tonss the nerves and
muscles: exerts a healthy action of t.'.e s crelions;
neither disturbs the stomach oorlDlures the system
under prolonged use. and may ho discontinued at
any time without incomvnienn .
fn a word It possesses the stimclatits to arouse
the strength, the tunics to retain it, aua merit ota
high degree. Very respm Kulir,
JAMiiS I. FELLOWS.
J3y De not he deceived hy remedies bearing a
similar Dame; no other prepa1 atlon Is substitute
for this, mder any clrctim-tances.
FOR SALE tY DRUGGISTS.
you suffer from dys lepsia, uso
BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTER3.
If you are afflicted with biliousness, use
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If you are prostrated with sick headache, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowels aro disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blood Is Impure, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
II you have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II you are troubled with spring compla.uls, cradl
tcato tbcm with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver Is torpid restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
II your liver It affected you will find a shtiro restor
stlvo In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any spcrlus of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you havu any slmptoms of ulcers or scrofulous
ores, a curative remedy will he found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system
nothing can cn.iml BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
For Nervous and General Debility, tono up the
vetom with JBURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
l'uieis $1 rsa botti-ic ; TiiiAL uotths, lOcrs,
FOSTER, MILBUM & CO., Prop'rs.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For salo by PAUL G . BCHU1J, (2 )
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. Tho Great Eng
lish remedy, An
unfailing cure for
potency nnd all
as a sequence
of solf-ahusu; as
Before T$""ltor Tskine
dimness of vision, premature old ago, snd many
other diseases that Wd to insanity, consumption
or jiremattire erave.
r-Kull particulars In our pamphlet, which we
deslae lo send free bv mall to cvervono. tThe
Specific Medicine Is sold hvall druggists at (1 per
pacKsuo, or six packages for $fl, or will he tent fro
ov mall on receipt ortne munov, nv addressing.
TUft GRAY MEDICINE CO.,
' BerrALO, N.Y.
Hold In Cairo br Tsui fichua. '
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alone Issues
...,..n..u. ,,,, , c(lrulllcI oi insurance snail
Lot be disputed" after It Is three tears old,
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
its policy it clear aud concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N.n r?Vin vmru TMtu r-, .1. .
short and simple form used by the Equitable with
the long and obscure contracts loaded downwltb
technicalities Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holders are
K. R. See the many letters from noliev hntHr
etprsaslng tbelr gratification with the returns from
their Ton tin! Savinos Fund Poi.icis.
Bh?uubo of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Iuve-ted, nearly
E. A. BURNETT. Agent.
Office, corner lith and Washington.
November u, mi. mJdw
"J W r Great chance to make mon
f if I I I 1 7 Those who always take
Ifl Mill advantage of the good cban
JI J lit gees to make moM-y that are
v ,)tfere(ji generally become
wealtt y.whllethoss whodo
not improve such chanr.es remiin In puveriy. Wo
wt nt many men, women, boys and girls to work foi
nsriuhtln their own localities. Any one can do
th ) work properly from the first start. The bunt
nci will par more than U n timet ordinary wages.
Expensive outfit furnished free. No one whoeogs
ges falls to maks money rapidly. You can devote
your whole time to the wort, nron'yyour spare
moments. Full Information and all Inst is needed
sent free. Address Stinson A Co.. Poitlsnd, ilalne.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jul? 14th, 1877, 1'ndor the Laws o
the Stute of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress. '
P. G.8CHUH Presldenl
C. T. RUDD Vice President
J. A. UOLDSTINE, -Treasurer
J. J. OORDON .M Medical Advisor
THOMAS LEWIS Hccretar-
JoUN O. WHITE -..Assistant Secretary
B. LKIOIITON, L. h. TltOM AS,
VC. WHITE, W. F. PM'CUER,
J. S. ItcOAliEY.
William Htratton, of Stratton A Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul U. Sc.huh, wholesale nnd retail drug
gist: Ilszen Letghtou, commission merchant; J as.
9. McOahoy, lumber dealer; J. J. Oordon, phys
ician; J. A. Goldstlne, of Goldntlno ft Riecnwnter,
wholesalo and retail dry goods, etc; Wui.K. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry 11. Ellis, city printer and
hook binder; Chesloy Ilaynes, Cooper; Juo. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albort
Lewis, dealer lu Rour and grain; F. limns, prosl
dunt Alexander County Bank; O. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cynit Close, generul
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L.S, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. K
Kussel, contractor and builder; C. T, Rudd
agent C. St, L. AN. O. rallaoad;Moses Phllllps.rnr
puuter; 11. A. Cliumbloy, contractor, Cairo, Ills..
Rev. J. Spencer, clergyman, Ht Ieule, Mo.; J. H.
Buthmie, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mo. ; J. II; Moore , lawver, Commerce, Mo.:
1). Slngtetarv, phvslclnn, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan, Fulton, Kv.; Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Muirr, Kv. : A. Stelnhach, nianulncturur of sad
dlerv, Evansvillo, Iud.;Ike Anderson, secretary
to sutierlnU'Udent C. St. L. A N O. railroad, Juc.k
son, Tcnn.i J. H. Robertson, pbvslctan, WhHe
vllle.Tenn,; Thomas A. Oshnrn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Tenn. ; Wm. h. Walker, "Dlxlo Adver
tising Agen 3, " lloll Bonnes, Mist
r?huilueia now before thepnbllo
I I 1
You can make money faster nt
work for us than at anything
elso. Capltsl uot needed. We
will start you . s day and
upwards mane nt nomn by the
tcdnslrloui men, women, boys and glrl wanted ev
cry where to work for us. Now It tho time, You
can work tn spare time only or glvo your wholi time
to the business. You can live at home and do tbe
work, No other business will pay yon nearly as
well. Mo one can full to make enormous pay by
engaging at once, Costly outfit and torms fee.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Add rest
True ACo., Augusta, Maine. 10-jO.
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