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THE GREAT CURE
As it la for ill disoaaes or tb KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWEL8.
It oleanaet the syatem of tlia -nd polion
tint osuses the itrmilful euffennir which
only Uie victims of tthoumstlam ctn resJUa.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
Of the wont forme of this terrible dlseass
have been quickly relieved, In e abort tuns
hashed wonclrrfuLu. , and n Immense L
! la tfory part uf the Country, In hun
dredeufeaAealt haaoured where all elae had
Silled. Itle mild, but eMelent, l ltTAlM
N I I'M ACTIO N, but hanulaa in all cases.
t elt eleanna, Mrrngtliena end tlee New
I. He to ell the IrnportsiitorKansor the body.
The natural action of the Kidneys la reetored.
The Liver le cleanaadof all diaemie.snd the
Bowele move freely end healthfully. In lb la
way the woret diseases ere eradicated from
Ae It haa been proved by thonaande that
lethemoatelTeetual remedy furolcanainc the
yatemof all mot bid ancrctiona. It ahouid be
uaed lu every houeoboid aa a
AJwava eureii lULlOU'SUEr), tONSTTPA-
T10.In.Jia and a.l Ell ALB tiiMoaee.
la put up In Urj Vegetable 1'orin. Intlneana,
one rKi.'e of hirh imik in Huai I. tuHii'-ine.
Also i Liquid Irirm.er7 t'oin-enlraled for
tho cn,iii,U' ( Uene u'trat.ii'ft reuun r pre
pare It. larlMeitA e7u.ll eeieneyis titherfnrm.
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rul r lwK', an entirely .New and pt-iliiy ei!,n
ln)'ly for the tinHlvanil pninienent Purenl Stiul
lid Kmliwinns ami lmi-vote.-uy t.y the only true
wny, viz: Dirwt AprliciiUontotheprlnrliialHMit
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Vnnlrni-e, and dm Dot Inturti're with thn onlinarr
puniutenf llfei It le quh'kly dlwolvcd and unin a
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ailvo eliivt upon the htu:il and Dorvuua uruanlv
tlooawrwkod from iwlf-ehiiseaii'l eiiH'astHi.Mopplnit
thu dram from tho ). ru, ri'sitorloo; thn miiri t )
IiuaIiIi andpound memory, nmovinii tho Dinmixe
cr Sin ut, Nurvotm Uoldnty, Confusion of Idoiin,
Avvision to Society, Htc., etc., and tlutapiweranso
of premntui'fl old ntco uminliy nrroui,iinyiii Hue
troul)k,nd nwtorlnit purfurt Sexual Vluur.whi ni
it iu.. ixw.ii nurtpAnt lor r.ra. 1 lua m,H a 01 1 rtat
liirnt hae atood thn tt la v'ry envire caw, and le
nowapronouniiedaiHWHii. Urumi arntoo murli nrfc
ecrll'cd Inthone trouhlna, and, an nianyian Iwar wit
ntwatslth but lutlnlt any iHirnianevicnod. Thnre
la no Niinmnno aliout this IT. pnmtlon. l'rac'tloal ol
eorvatlonunnlili.il u to iHilivvly gunrnntue that It
lll kIvh satisfaction. I)urlnK the xlxlit ynara thai.
It haalwn InKiinuralnan.ve Imvo thooAndnol U-mI-pionltla
aa to Ita value, and 11 la now cnnrmli'il hy the
N mI leal rmfflon to lui t ho most ntlnnal mnana yot
diMKjvnred n( rwhlTm Jod curing Mil vury pnvalent
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Kilnery too many, anil nioo niiom qUiu'Ue pty wit h
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TART L! PilC '
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vistimof joiitlilul inipnulctice catilnn Prams,
tnro Dotity, Nurvoua Dnblllly, Luat MuiiIhk-1, etc,
bsvltiu ith'd in win every known roiuouy, ha. die.
eoveri il s aimploei'lfourn, wMi.li lis vlO eml HU.1!
to lilt ftdlow-siiOhrum, wldress 4. III. Ul'XVfc,
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THE DAILY 0AIRO BULL KT IS: TllUIlfe' DAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
It ii not Burprising that Pattl ehoulil
iipiMMo that Hho liml returned to tho
Ameriua thut slio left so ma years ao-o,
nor thut tho enraur of Jt-r Llndin ttiin
country should seem to her the career
which every great prima donna might
expect. Shu knew that the excited
vouth of New York, forty years ago, un
hitched tho horses from Katinv Kluller's
ourriage, and drew lu-r hornefn triumph
from the old l'urk Tlieater. Slio knew
not knowing, perhaps, his kinship to
the excellent nuningcr of Jenny Lind's
concerts that (icuin had paid some,
hundreds of dollars fur tho tirt choice
of scats at Jenny Kind's- first concert.
She knew that 'thn l'liilharmonie Con
cerln uttliat time were a highly merit
orious aspiration of a Hi'lcct circle, but
that they were not the delight of the
great public. She knew alsothat.Jenny
Lind sang only in conceits, in supposed
deference to the great "serious" public
sentiment of tho country, which was not
friendly to the theater. This was tho
America that I'atli knew, and to which
hIm) proposed ton-turn she tlm acknowl
edged diva of the hour, who Kang to ap
plauding KurojM! the songs that tho
elder diva had sung. Why in America
should she not have her own sweet way?
Why not sing in concerts, and charge
enormous prices, and bring a tenor or a
virtuoso or two, and witch the Western
World with her inagi-al vocalization,
and turn the he-uls of the Hons and
daughter of Jenny Kind's votaries, and
embroider her vast pockets with gold?
Why not, indeed? If only tho mm
stood still once more, and the river of
time would stop! Could l'utti have
come to the America of Jenny Kind,
she might have renewed Jenny Kind's
American career. Itut even then she
must have had Jules Ucm-diei and Hell
ctti, and every artM must h:ivc. been of
the bet. Jenny Kind did nut presume
to conquer even the wild hordes of New
York without adequate weapon. .She
did not enter upon her victorious cam
paign with a questionable tenor, and a
worthy but not surpassing violinist
Kven the rude and primitive people to
whom she sang did not feel that they
were contemned, if not despised, and
although the prices they paid for their
pleasure were large, they were paid
gladly, and with a' satisfactory feeling
that tho barter was fair.
lint it Wiki another America to which
l'atti came. It was an America which
had half out-grown the Italian opera,
and which listened with delight to tho
music of the future. It was indeed tho
cultivated, intelligent, musically devel
oped America accustomed to hear the
works of the greatest masters performed
in a manner which would not discredit
the Akademie in Merlin, the Gewand
haus in Keipeic, the Conservatoire in
l'aris. t It was an America glad to wel
come once more the charming singer
whom it had heard at her girlish debut,
and who returned a prima donna asso
lutn. Yet while she had been enchant
ing Europe nho had not known the mar
velous growth of the land that she had
left. Jenny Kind even Jenny Kind
had become a tuneful tradition "heard by
the newest America not without heatf
shake and murmurs of incredulity, and
when in this year of grace it was offered
something less than Jenny Kind's con
certs for four or live times the price, the
amused incredulity became so excessive
that the hall was left half empty.
There is much money in New York,
but then; is also some taste, some sense
of proportion, some knowledge of tho
titiiess of tilings. It is not altogether a
miner's camp U)on the frontier. It
will pay generously fur the good things
that it desires. ISut tho queen of the
Italian lyric stage, warbling a ballad at
the piano to-day, ought not to have ex
pected to take the place of Jenny Kind in
the concert-room of thirty years ago. It
was an error. It was presently repaired.
It will not be repeated, llut'for a mo
ment it seemed as if the charming diva
were disposed to Wrestle with a continent
and to insist that she would .be heard
upon her own terms or not at all. itut
divas, like mere human beings, learn,
and sometimes bv ungracious experience,
that the world listens only upon its own
terms. Editor1 a Eny Vhuir, in Harper's
Mitjuinc fur February,
A Pennsylvania physician N training
homing pigeons for use in his practice.
Some of his young birds, put upon tho
road to make records of distance, have
made very good lime, namely lift v miles
in ninety minutes, sixty-six miles in
eighty-two minutes, Homing pigeons
are largely used by country phvsicians,
both here and abroad. One doctor in
the State oLNcw York, uses them con
stantly in hfs practice, extending over
nearly two townships, and considers
them mi almost invaluable aid. After
visiting n patient he sends tho ncecs-'
nary prescription to his dispensary by
pigeon; also any otlicradvice or instruc
tion the case or situation may demand.
He frequently also leaves pigeons at
places from which he wishes report of
progress to lie dispatched nt specilied
times, or at certain crises, llo says he
is enabled to attend to a third nioro
business at least through tho time saved
to him by the use of pigeons. In criti
cal cases ho is able to keep posted by
hourly bulletins from tho bedside be
tween daylight ami nightfall, ami ho
can recall case after case where lives
have been saved that must have been
lost if ho had been obliged to depend
upon ordinary means of conveying in
While stingy husbands nro not pop
ular, every maiden likes to have her
beau very close.
"Why, Moses Hockheimer,' on tho
next block, sells suits like these for
fourteen dollars," said a resident of Oli
ver street to a Chatham street dealer tho
' "Yaas, my tear fn-nt, I know " nil
about dot, ant 1 dells you vy he sells
clem so schcap. Dey schrinks Hchrinks
liko dor deyful! Shustvoii trop of vater
ant oop dey goes. You know dot pig
Shim Jones, tor carpenter? Veil, he
buys a suit of Hockneimer last vcek unt
goes on a spree, llo vas trunk dree
lays. Kfeiy night ho selcep on tcr sld
vnlk, unt elery night It rain. Dem gloso
schrunk a voot cfcry dime. Der foiirt
night der police run idin in."
"For being drunk, eh?".
"For uutoescent exposure, my frent
deni glosu vos brotty union all gone."
To Itefrebh a Sick Person.
Add about twenty drops of Darby Pro
phylactic Fluid to a quart of water, in bath
ing. It will give the skin a soft, pleasant
and refreshing feeling aud disnt-1 the odor
that fever and perspiration leave on the
body. A email quantity of thu Fluid
sprinkled over anything, place or vessel
where there is putrescence destroys at once
the germ of all animal or vegetable poison.
The Number of Workingraen.
Tho number of workmen employed
In iron and steel-making in the United
States in 1X70 was 77,Ww, whose wages
per year amounted to $10,614,981. In
according to census statistics, tho
number of workmen employed in this
branch of manufacturing industry had
increased to M0,'J7K, whoso wages
amounted to $.15,470,785 per year. Tho
capital invested in the business has near
ly doubled since 1870, and the quantity
of iron ami steel produced has doubled,
but it will be observed that the average
y wages of employes has falleu
iro-'z per neau in 1870 to S'J4 per
head in 1880.
He Wanted His Money Back.
A short time since a colored man en
tered tho oilice of the clerk of a county
court in tho West, and advancing to a
table where the deputy clerk was busily
engaged, he produced a marriage license,
for which he had paid the legal fee a
few days before. Uoss" said he, pok
ing the license under tho nose of the ab
sorbed deputy. "What is it?" was tho
impatient response. "l5os," continued
the darkey, "do law declines dis docu
ment, and I fotch it in to get my money
AFeeH of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in just at
present. We believe the schedule for visits
is 11.00, winch would tux a msn con
fined to bis bed for a year, and in need
of a daily visit, over $1,000 a year for
medical attendance alone 1 Andone Bimjle
bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time would
save the f 1,000 and all the year's sickness.
Kidney diseases afflict the greater part of
the human race, and they are constantly on
the increase, but where the virtues of Kidney-Wort
have become known, they are held
iu check and speedily cured. Ket those who
have had to constantly dose spirits nf nitre
and such stuff, give this great remedy a trial
and be cured. In the dry form it is most
economical, in the liquid the most conven
ient Phila. Press.
A. Young Lady in Training for the Waltz
To dance ns violently as the waltzers
of tho present day require, and keep it
up steadily for several hours, is positive
ly exhausting to all but quite robust
damsels. "I know one," writes Clara
Belle, "who is well qualified by nature
to take an abundance of the pastime,
being of a firm, compact build, with no
extra flesh to carry, with strong lungs,
and with the endurance of a six-day
pedestrian. She could tiro out two or
three ordinary partners at Kong Branch,
last Summer," sending them one after
another gasping from tho parlor for
fresh air, while she pleaded as placidly
as a baby. Well, I met her tho other
day at tlie Fifth avenue entrance to Cen
tral Park. She wore an easy street cos
tume, nnd was striding away as though
on a wager against time.
"Where on earth are you going, Kou,
at such a racehorse gait?" 1 said; "and
what brings you out at nine o'clock in
"I'm training," she replied. "O, you
needn't look incredulous it's a fact. J
wasn't quite satisfied with what I could
do last Summer in the way of waltzing
down all the partners I could get Well,
I am engaged now in training for tho
charity ball. I take a four milo walk
through tho park every morning, eat
food that makes muscle only, and sleep
eight full hours every night. I calcu
late that they're not going to get much
the best of me this season."
Maik khom Hahmless Matkhials, aud
adapted to the needs of fading an J t'alliug
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, curly decay, loss of manhood, fcc, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, free
of charge, This great remedy was discoy.
end by missionary iu South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Hev.
Joseph T. Ininan, Station 1), New York
The Entrance to the Catacombs
is not more forbidding than a mouth dis
mantled of teeth. This disfigurement is
in most Instances, tho consequences of a
want of attention to them in vouth. but is
happily preventible, with sozodont, used, as
a stump speaker once urged his auditors to
vote, "early Bnd often." This staple article,
is a thoroughly reliable means of rendering
tho teeth ornamental and serviceable. The
press and medical profession indorse it.
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is laboring
under bodily affliction, Indigestion, billious-
ness, constipation, caused by impurity of
blood, or disorders of. the kidneys or liver,
don t tall to recommend Burdock Blood
Bitters, a sure and safe remedy.
P. G.Scliuh, Agent Price K 00
' No Snch Word as Fail.
"I have used your Spring Blossom for
dyspepsia, headache, and constipation, and
find it has clone me a groat deal of good. I
shall recommend it to my friends.
May 04th. 11(1 Main St., Buffalo."
Price 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
, Mn. J. Mahbii, Bank of Toronto, Ont.,
wrttei: "Biliousness and dyspepsia seem
to have grown up witli mo; having been a
sufferer tor years, I have tried many reme
dies, but with no lasting result until I used
your Burdock Blood Bitters. They have
boen truly a blessing to me, aud I cannot
speak too highly of them."
r. G. flchuh, Agent. TVicn sM.OO.
fEVRiisand Intormittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved anil entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Tills. (5)
Sknu tor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Sellcck & Co., 8t. Louis. (2)
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvtiN-prtii, Livor Ms-easi-s.
Fevi-r ami Ak'tie
Heart Disease, lliltoiiN
iiess, .Nervous Debility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1(170!
j'hla Pvrtip pomoMes varied properties: Itstim
tilatue the plysllnc In the enllva, which Converts
thn starch and miRsr of the food into elucnae. A
deficiency in ptyaiine csuaes wind and aourinrj of
the food in the etomach. If the medicine ji uaen
Immediately after eating, tlic fermentation ol lood
It arts unon the Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Purities tho mood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengtln ns and Invigorates,
It Carries oil' tho Old Wood ami makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
it r.entrallsi-t the bereditirv tsint. or notion in
the blond, which generates Scrofula, ErvainelaH.
and all manner of nkln Diseases and inierual hu
mors. There are no suirite emiiloverl In It mnnulftphiru
and it can he taken hy Ihenmet (l' llcntu hahe.or hy
the nged and feehle, caro only being required in at
tend, u to direct one.
Cialva, Henry County, Ills.
I was suiTi-rine from Sick Hi-ndr.che and 1) szl-
nees an I but 1 could hot attend Inmv houaeholrt du
ties, and a short tnul of Or. Clark Johnson's Itdi
au Mood Syrup effecluullv cored mo. i
.MKS HKLb.N ELhlJiS.
Waterman Station, DeKalh Co., Ills.
Thin Ik to certify that Ir Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Syrup has cured tue of l'ulu in the Duck. It
la a valuable medicine. Mlts. WOOD,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thin i to certifv that I wu afflicted with Palm.
tatlon of the Heart for many yeurs I tried ditlt r
eut doctors, whoao prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they del to strenirtlien. I a last
ree lvoil to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Syiup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curlne the Heart Disease, but also a Sick Head
ach which had been troubling me.
Mils MARY A. NKAL.
I wa afflicted with Llvnr Coniiilalnt and Dvanen-
sla and failed ti irot relief, althonch tiHlin; medi
cine from our best doctors I commenced uslnir
ur. Johnson e luuian iiloou svrim, unit a short trial
cured mu. T. W. UISIXM. Molina, 111.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Itidinn
Illood Syrup tins ellectually cured me of DvstieusiH.
Too much cannot he said In prnlsii o It.
W. K. Wl.MMtlt, Bedford, Mo.
Aeents wanted for iho mle of the Indian Illood
Syrnp in ev.-ry town or viliaiu. In which I have no
agent, j-articuii.ru rivcii 011 application
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Lahratory 77 We&l Sd St.. N. Y. City.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbaao, Sovere Aches or Pains
Are Superior to nil otbsr I'lasters.
Are Superior to Tads.
Are Superior to Mnlmcots.
Aro8uperlor to Oiutments or KaWes.
Are superior to Electrlolty or f alTanlam
They Act Immediately.
- Thry (Strengthen.
They Relieve Pain at Onee.
They Positively Cure.
I .A 1 1 I 1 1 1 H ten have been Imitated. Do
VHU I I U lis not allow vour rtrocirurt to
palm oil some other piaster havlne a similar
fixe teat the- word Is spelled
C-A F-W N R
esTABIIDV A JAUSIftOII.
i-rire is cts.
Manulacturlni; ChmnistajTlew York.
JjyUk H K WftnV , AT'Ts' T.JMce.
0J$ Si MAI
I IS I
AlW Ps ' R?fc"- -
Tlf Wj !. S'" i.V.l "V-V
Fop snlft by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumeil Annually.
For coimliB, colds, sore ihroat, bronciiltia, asthma, pusumonia, consumption and all diseases of the
throat, chest and lunus.
" 1 fll "I Has always been one or Ihc most important
l0 I Oiilll n weapon" wielded by the medical faculty
1111 Xl III III I I I I I I "Katnst the encroachment of Counlis, Colds.
JJtilrJll 11 1 VJ 1 JL UX I L Hrnchitl, Asthma, Sore Tliroal. Couenmp-
Hon in Ita incipient and advanced stHjjes. and
. . i . i . . " all diseases of ihe throat, chest and lunirs,
but It has never been so advantageously compounded a In the celebrated Tolu, Kock and Rvo lu ad
dition to its soothmeliuisaiiiic properties, It allords a dllliniveetlmulant and tonic, to build 'nn the
svatem aflerthe coiiirh has been ri.ivp(l. r
JiTFUT IT LN QUART IZK B0TTLFS FOIi FAMILY USE, PEICE SKOOjH
( A T TrP I O N" 1 D. n"t.,)0 deceived by dealers who try to palm off upon you Rock and Rve in
,Vau J . place of our loin, Kock aud Kye, winch is tha onlv medicated article made-
the genuino haa private die proprietary stanipon each bottle.
The TOLU, BUCK and BYE CO., Proprietors, 41 Biver street, Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
Thaw "riVnO for ,s8'-' wltB Improved Interest
A'tai J I llli table, calendar, etc. Sent to any
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles K. Hires, 48 orth Delaware avenue,
!B WJ WJ J I tlUIll L A I H!.l, . WWMPVSj
(ermiin AhiIhiih tore nei r piirtm iw-i
.muuiraj'iiuiewiirJicuHir .ihu looiiuon-l
lulloblm'i; ellectsrurrit whu. a.lolli- Kfail. A I
'rial ftpiicii nuHtMknttirtd. 1-rtoe Or. and f
I Si I .OO.of I irumrlMtaor In' mail. H.inij le J' K HE i
at i" ' '.'t- 'l'M ' ' "on I
11 ti.ratlllllTt I HI If il I Kll U V k.t I'.llll T lili I
0l0h MEOAl AW. JO
IcaI Wark.warrantnd I iiu hwt and
ehttaprnt, intliaiwniialilo u vi.i7
nr.Holt PrKHrvulmn j" bound in
fini-at Kn-nili mualin, enilmMivt,
full Kilt.Hoil pp.ounwina Uoiuitifiil
sl.iel emrraniira, llo iirescriiv
tinna, nrue imly 125ant hr
annrlnnw.Ail.lMa P..V.A.1. u...i
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Tas Wort Fraemet k4
tiy Jvaleraln Orui;, A lVrfuii
fry. Kliniaiura uf lli.cm ft
All Farmers, Mumcrs, lliumess Hien, Meckiu-
ica, Kc, who nre tired out by work or worry, and
an who arc miscrauic wnn irvsncmii. KiuntniL
tism, Neuralgia, or Dowel, Kidney or Liver Com-4
plaints, youcan tieinviKorafril nnd cured hyiuine'
It VUU aro WastniLfiiwnv Willi Chiiiiiiiiiiuim. Ili-kJ
s : ' o. ' ... . r : i
Lsipauon or any weakness, vou wil' hnd 1 arkcr '
cingcr losicthe grre.-itest Illood rertilizerand the.
' Best Health A Strencth Restorer TouCanlue
andtirsiiperiorto Hitters and oihi-r Tonics, ns ill
nuucis up mo system, but never intoxicates, v
ct. nnil ij t si?r., Hi.mv ft Co.. Chemi, N. V
hair. uALtsAPi tsrsr
A KW ILLL'NTUATKO
Literarv Weekly Journal
NEITIIKU rtlUT CI, N0II K(TAIIAN;
f'oiittuftifl hy A.ll . W.'l'ourKnr,
HUtluir of" , Ji'ool'ie !". rrtnd, ote ,
tiHu nt'd Uy 1 liiniol C). llririt n
nnd Uoliert H.Duvi..
Flrt Number Issued February 1, 1S82.
The most distinguished authors and kllful art
let, both American and tngll.h, have been en
Kitted by "Our Continent." The February num
bers contain novels and stories by Helon Campbell,
Mr. Alexander, K . I. live, Julian llawttirrna.
John lluhbertoii, K. H Davis, etc.,-poems by Os
car W Ilile.I.nulse ChBinller Moultoii, O. II. linker,
Sidney Lanier, O. P Lathrop, Cella Tliaxtor, etc. i
jintertaliiliiir sketches by !. , Lulund, (Hans
UrultmiinjD (I. Mitchell. (Ik Marvel) Felix 0.
wald, etc solid papers bv Prnldent Porter, of
Yale, Kllot, of llurvird, Provost Pepper, of Uulvcr
slty of Pennsylvania, etc. ; fashion note hy Kate
Field; art ll umtratlons by Louts C. Tiffany: c.
ence bv Prof's Hothrock, Harher, etc ; social eti
quette by Moulion; rural Improvement bv Hun. fl.
t. Northrop; fun and humor by C. II. Clark, Max
Adler) "Dnclu Reinii and a host of otho'.
Hoautful Illustration are a leaillng leatura or
Uui Continent ." They are the finest that art
cm produce and equal to most perfect in tht
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months. Mailed free of pnstauu to any adtlrets.
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Newsdealers will find It to their li torett to pro.
snf "OurOonllneut" to their niistomrs.
Poatmaster are luvltort to take subscriptions.
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without lutorfnrinit with their reuular business, by
acting lor "Our Continent "
Write for Durtlffl.. ..i.tMi iiatrntvi'tim ii.
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NO. 12 WALL STREET, NEW YOBK,
MRMlltasN T. STOCK RICH AN S,
Buy and sell Stock, Bouda and Government Se
curities, and make advai.ee. on same if -equired.
Four per cent. Interest allowed on deposits, sub
ject to check at eight.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which woro totally destroyed by Are on May B8th
aud September ISM,
Ordcta are solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lead and Red Load,
Cold-Pressed and Pure Dark Castor
Oil, Kaw and Double Boiled
Linseed Oil. ,
YOFNfr WFN Wyon want to learn Teleura
IV I, in IT MrlH phy In a few months, and be
certain of a sltuatiou, address Valeutine Brothers.
Janesvlllu, M is.
YEAR and expenses to SKentf. Oat
rS I i i fit free. Address
P. U. VICKBRY. AURueta, Me.
IVlKWillia F0" SLDIKHS,. WIDOWS,
J LIIMUHS FATHERS, MOTHERS, OR
children. Thousands yet entitled. Pensions giv
en for loss of ttnircr, toe. eva or rupture, varicose
vsins or any disease. Soldiers' land warrants pro
cured, rlvlits at once. Soldier and heirs apply for
your rights at once. Send 2 stamps for ' The
Cltl.eu-boldler," and Pension and ftoiinty las,
blHiiks and Instructions. Wo can refer to thou,
sands of Pensioners and Clients. Address N. W.
FITZOHUALD A CO.. Pension and Patent Atty's,
Loi k Uox 6M, Washlnutou, ll C.
i a week In vour own town. outfit
W tm.... WA mi.. ...ILIH.. - l
nww. isu ,ii,k, t-v ryiniuu ut-w, cnpi
..i..... ...n..i i . i-u ..'
mi inn rmj hi run . nin luruiau you
everything Many are making for
tunes Ladies make a much all men,
aim noya aim Kins make prcal pay
Render, if you want a busliiysa at which you can
iniike irreat nay all the time you work, write forpar
tlcular to II. llalli'tt 'o. r'wland, Maine
Celobrateil Slng-lo Dreeoh-loadlnir Shot
uun, ai ipiaup. K.iuiini.iiarrei uram-li-loaoera,
st 5'i up. Musalu and Uresi'h.lnaillng tiuua, Jiitlsa,
and nUile, of mint approved K'UKllsh and American
nmkfti. All kinds uf ipnrtins; Implenieuui and artl
eloa required liy spnrtsmnn ami mm makers. Colt's
Now Breoch-loadlng- Double China- the
best irtma vet made fur the price.
JOSEPH C. CRUBD&CO.,
712 WarM 81.. Philadelphia. P.
To Provide Bor
18 8 2, '
Send ft D-cent stamp for sample of 4 Magaslnet
you will he sure to waut for Totirchlldreu.
"VVidclo A. wake,
til 10 a year. The best, 1erip-at anil most fully 111 US
tratud iMaiiaalne In the world for votinir people.
The baby's own MukhbIiio, more charmtnt than
erbefon'. Onlv (Mi cents a year
UTTLE FOLKS' LEADKB.
A rlolljhifiil and refined Monthly, forpubllo and
private rr hools and honii . 7ft cent a year.
. ... THK JAN8Y.
An Ulustmted Weekly titr young peoola raited by
Mrs. (J, R. Alden (I'susyi, especial I v ad aped for
Sunday reading. DOciote a year. Address D.Lo
throp Co , il Franklin st Boston, Mesa.
Ureal chance to make tnoa
ey. Those who always take
advantage or the soon enan
ce to make moiey that are
offered, ireuerallr become
weelli, y, while those who do
not improve snch chauers remain lu uoysfty. We
want many men, women, boys and girls to work ft
uirtithtlu their own locnlltln. Any one can d
the work properly froru th, f rat start. The basl
ness will pas mora than ten iltoea ordinary waes.
JCxpenalve outfit furnished free n No onewboariK
(tea falls lo make tantivy rapid I. Yoo ran ttsvou
your wno,a iiniiMfljn. surijir nnmjutut