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When anv debijiiv of the liKSEKATIVK 011
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Weakness of the Spino. Fulling; of tho Woiuh,
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Painful, Suppressed and lrrculnr Menstruation,
Barrenness, and Change of Life. this Is tho Bes t
At)p.iniiee and Curative Aeeut kuown.
Kor a l lornis of l-'em ile I)i lleulties it is tinsnr
pased by ato thing before iiiv-nted, both as a
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sent by espres I! O. I. ami examination al
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send measure of waist and size of shoe Remit
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our rle .
The Slapnetlc Garment are adapted to all age,
are worn over the underclothing ('i"t next to the
body lik ; the many Oalvanl". and Electric Hum
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tak n off at n ht. The hold their l'OWKK
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all ye invalkis of llie world, HopB.ttcri
will unke you we. I sad to rj -ice.
2. It aba.! cu'e ail the rnpJc- sad put
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Complaint, tor Hop,B::tas will cure you.
1. Both low an 1 hlli. rich and poor
knew the value 1 ) Hop Hitters, for billions,
Dt-tvovis atid Hhcam 'ic complaint.
5. Clear.se iiie with 11 .p Bitters and I
shall Lave robust an i blooming health.
fi. Ad 1 lisi ate upon diease and let the
worst cr.mc, I am ssfe if 1 u.-e Hop Bitters.
7. For all my life have I been plagued
with sickness and S iren, and not until a year
ajo whs I cured, by Hop Bitters.
8. He that keepeth his bones from ach
ing from Klieuuiiitism and Neuralgia, with
Hop Bitters, doeth wisely.
'J. Tlion;'h thou hast sores, piraplcs,
freckles, salt theum, erysipi la, l.dood poi
pouiiifr, yet Hup Bitters will remove them
10. Whit woman is there, feeble and
eick from female complaints, who deBireth
not health and u.mdh Hop Bitters and is
11. Let not neglect to u-e Hop Bitters
briog 011 serious Kidney and Liver com
plaints. 12. Keep the tongue; from beint? furred,
thy blood pure, mid thy stomach from
indirection by usii,j Hup Bitters.
lli. All my pains mid mdies and disease
po like cluli' In fore the wind when I use
14. Mark the in 'in who was nearly dead
and uiveii up by the doctors, after usint
Hop Bitters bi eonieth well.
15. I'e.iM' from viorrviiio about nervous
ness, m-iicrnl debilitv, nod urinitry troul)lc,
lor Hop Bitters will rcptore nu.
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' Nervous Veakuecqukklyr ?lleved and cured.
Equalled by none In delirium of fever.
-Neutralizes germs of dUcase and sickness.
.Cnres tiglv blotches and stubborn blood sores.
'Cleanses blood, quickens slnglflnh circulation.
Eliminates Dolls, Carbuncles and fcScalds."
f jrl'ermanently and promptly cures paralysis.
Yes, It Is a tharmltitc aud healthful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula and Klnps Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad brouih to good, removing cause.
I TItouts biliousness and clears complexion.
Cbarminir resolvent and matchless luxatlvo.-fct
It drives bkk Headache 11 Uo tho wlud.
r7Cotitulns no drastic cathurllc or opiates.
Promptly cures Ithenmatlara by routing lt.-
liestoros Hfo-Klvlng properties to the blood.-fc
Is Kuarantncd to cure all nervous disorders.-
l iyltrllaulo when all ojilates full.-U
Itefroshcs tho mind andlnvlt-nrntestho body.
Cnrc dyspepsia or money refunded. -fct
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Hm r v'i Firth c.
S;:lelll i'lir' r." til" llli lllory of ils
m.'ir yred vi.elie vi:ii sin;;u';ur veucvti
tii i!, ' ho iulu omo;- :itid tiiuiu ls down
to llieii' verv sl.nit-l:' lehets behitni e:iss
citses in its Hiatoricnl Society Museum,
bill lite bifth-til:i'e of America's jrretit--st
novelist is iiiiiinirked and put to the
liiosi. uietii il u.m's. It is down 11 side
s.ivct, or nit her, lrum, in the least tidy
p:irt of llie town. Tho threshold almost
iivei-liiuis tho curb. A blind man walk
ing in t!ie middle of tho street and
swin'iii"; liis catio would touch the
hotiM! on eilhi r side.
Three, premptorv attacks upon the
bra.en knocker failed to briii any ro
Hpon.e, and wo were on tho point of
turning away whon a head was thrust
e,ii of :ui upper w indow, and an 1111
pn'.cioiis voice imU red: "l'hwat d'yo
wanti1" "To seu llawthomets house."
Well, look atit, tlien,"and tliewindow
was run down with a si am. After in
specting its sipiaro ugliness, from tho
base-board to the eaves, until our eyes
were tired, a lady in the party, remark
ing that "sho was going in," gave tho
yellow noso of the gripper another
twist and stood back to await develop
ments. They came in tho form of a
belligerant Milesian woman who stood
in tho doorway with her sleeves rolled
up and her arms making triangles with
irregular baso lines on each shie, an at
titude full of indignant menace. "Could
we seo tho room in which Hawthorno
was born?" the lady who had knockod
"Well, I'm washing, and tho children
aro to school, but since yc are so gener
ous, you may." (Slipping the silver iu
to her pocket, and leading us into a
tiny hall, from which a crooked stair
way climbed the next story.) "Tho
room on tho right with tho quaro paper.
Kxcuso tho looks o' things, for I'm thnt
worried wid my work aud tho children,
and nivor get h chance to clean noth
ing." Wc believed her, and also when sho
said that the room had not been altered
since it was built. Tho bed might have
seen "service in the eighteenth centurv,
and its mahogany frame was still whole
though much scratched and tarnished
about tho foot-board. The ceiling was
low, the paper hung in moldy patches
from the walls, and where it was strip
ped off entirely, and tho plaster gaped
and crumbled, the bareness was render
ed more conspicuous by an attempt
made to conceal it with chroaios of the
Mother and Cuild. White we were
making our way down stairs a;ain our
guide grew loquacious. "There's a
good ruariv v::or, comes here in the
summer. inve up in their carriages,
and goes away with their noses in their
usDkerchers without lev';ng a cent to
help a poor widow and ber children.
I: u.-:d'to t-e a tenement witaf'.ur faru
i ':?. The owner c-JJVre-i it u the town
t en. for ?1.X'. Bj: the town had
Hawthorne's (she pronounced Hay'-t.-.'-.n's)
chair and writing-J.!:. aal
co.ii'kj't 1 botherrd with a house, so I
s:t-. in ani took it oiYtue.r hands."'
C.fijQ In'rr O.ft i.
Eotnrthiaj Abiat LVsi E'frm.
If there is a divinity which shapes our
ends, roiirh rn-w them as we wid, there
should, also, be soiU'i kind of an artis
tic divinity to shape the abnormal
dresses of "the present era. While the
main nortion of noor. stni?2linff hu-
,i r . 7. I
manity manages to get itse.f up re-
gardless of cost, ta-te aud everything i
else, we must sorrowfully confess that
the beautiful forms of our wives, daugh
ters, aud other female relatives are
wrapped in the drapery of extreme
bidoousnesg and fantastic design.
Tho Mother Hubbard must go. If
Mother Hubbard does not step in and
redeem her old clothes nnd place them
on tho retired list, there is going to be
trouble at Hot Springs, Saratoga, Ixmg
Branch, Skowhegan and Kalamazoo.
Turn the Mother Hubbard out! As a
balloon, it is all right enough, and ci
rcjk, but as a dress, it is a lock-slitch-ed,
gathered, pulled and milled failure,
and a withering reproach to tho boasted
culture of the nineteenth century.
The Mother Hubbard dress is all
skirt and no waist a kind of a calico
rag-bag, gathered at the neck, drift
ing away off into nowhere and floating
along afier the wearer like a spanker
:iil in a dead calm. If the Moihor
Hubbard dress is an old fashion reju
venated, we can only say, in the posthu
mous language of a departed poet,
"shoot it." l'lnm tho ashes of thu
dead past rises iho Mother Hubbard
dres, like a Pimmix, aud not so much
like a PniiMiix, either, as like a coll'ee
sack, held in place at the swan-like
throat by 11 shvr arrow, and Irinimed
with point luee and oilier frills. There
i in tiling like it on tho face of the
globe, unless it be another dress of the
stitiie awful pattern.
Soiui'linies they are seen in pairs,
iriplcis ami cptartoitos, bobbing along
t.;e Mi eel like Oriental mtlltoll-legged
sails dolling the Miulilcrranean sea.
Uevoid of grace, shapeless and cumber
some, what is tliero about a Mother
Hubbard liievs to commend itself to
the tuMe of our giils and other fellows'
girl ? We implore the dear creatures
l 1 di-caid the Mother Hubbard before
il is everlastingly too late; before tho
awful Mother Hubbard habit gels loo
linn a hold on them. Then let them
adopt Mitiiething less voluminous, bal
b ony, nnd turgid, something neat, 11 al
ly and nUlc. Willingly would wc yield
up a ilo.lar and a half to witness such
ti dec i,m movement (or dress reform.
Will our wiv,.s. hisiers nnd dumrhterH
give heed lo imr tiinelv Wimillif. or
Will iliev H'rist in eliioroi.r In tho lib-
normal Mother Hubbard, and leavo us
hanging on the ragged edge of despair?
.... e 1 . .
J n Georgia there Is a preacher who
exhoris the young men to abstain from
conning 1 heir girls on I'm Sabbath, and
wait until Moil lay. This arrangement
would nevr do 'in the world. How
would a man look co;tning a girl up lo
her Be in soapsuds? Wu do not bn.
licve thai Georgia preacher is as pop.
u ar as he i :h,
CAIKO BULLETIN: frill DAY MORNING, OCTOBER
FJi S:w Wiio-vt,
Officer Button, at the Union tle;ot,
picked up tun ol: or day 11 memoran
dum tioi-k evidently lost bv svuno one
attending the slate fair. All tho enlries
nro made in a busiucss-liko manner,
und some nf them nro readable. Tho
lirst entry is:
"Snail take $16 with nio to tho state
fair. Second-cias hotel good enough
for me. Bewaro of pickpockets. Keep
your eyes open for a good-looking
widow." View tho animals, and don't
forget to take two clean handkerchiefs
Tlio second entry reads:
"Fair up to tho average. Saw a
widow in tho car going up. Didn't
seem to like my style. Somebody has
stuck mo with a bogus half dollar. Saw
another widow on tho grounds. Bather
too stout. Viewed the animals and was
kicked by a steer.
Tli ird on try-"Good attendance. Slept
on tho floor. Jam on tho strcot cars.
Passed tho bogus money off on a boot
black. Saw a .widow at the hotel. Most
too lean. Went to tho theatre last night
Saw several widows, but no chance to
make an impression."
Fourth entry "Big crowd on the
grounds. Beat my way in. Saw a
widow on tho fenco. Most too boister
ous for my locality. Saw a horso race.
One horso beat all tho others. Viewed
tho machinery and was hit on tho car
by a loafer. Saw a widow viewing tho
headless rooster. Mouth most too
largo for my part of tho state. Slept in
a barn for nothing."
Fifth entry "Saw a widow in the
CuM office. Blind in one eyo. No good,
ig jam. Tried to beat my way in, but
couldn't. Saw a horse-race. Saw a
widow on tho grand stand. Bowed to
her. Cold cut. Viewed tho big ox.
Saw a widow in Honey hall, liaised
my hat. Got left, Feel blue."
Asthatwai the last entry it would
seem ns if ho gave up in disgust and
started for home. A person supposed
lo be him "saw a widow" at the depot
Friday afternoon, and became so ob
noxious that sho lilt him over the head
with an umbrella, and two or three
men reached for him with cowhide
boots. Chicago 'Times.
The Early Stages of Human Tvilopm-ai.
M. de Mortillet has occupied himself
with this progress, ami. persuaded ilia:
existing mankind is only a result:. 11:,
and the last term of a series of succes
sive transformations, tlist.nuishes be
tween several men, as tertiary man,
quaternary mau, existing man. Tno
man of tiio ancieut quaternary, the
Neanderthal, the Deuise, and the Can
stadt man, appear to him o liitl' reiK
from tho historical type, that not only
does he separate them from it, but he
creates for the time) anterior to t;ie
quaternary a human or peudo-human
category of a particular ord.'r. There
were, in this view, "precursors of man,"
to which he applies the slgnitvv.tu
name of atiihropopithccus, or "man
monkey,"becaue lie believes they pre
ceded man in the scale of beings, and
constituted an intermediate tvpe be
tween the living anthropomorphic apes
an t man. We should then "nave to deal
with a creature tltia enough axve the
gorilla ani the cnimpaczee to know
now to cut flints and use fire, low
enouzn not to be ahle to r.se ahoveti.it
ia ju-trtai jrraJe and become a real man:
or witn a race standing to the Bjsii
man and Tas:n:inian as they seem to
stand to us. 'Ideology does not abso
lutely rewl this view," for it discusses
the possible existence of pre-adaruite-.
Religion even seems disinterested in
ti,e question, for the .Abbe Bourgeois
who'e discoveries have given rise to M.
de Mortillet" s nnlhropopithecuses, an i
who has not rejected the theory, has
always pas-pd for a soundly orthodox
priest, while ho is known to bo a keen
iib-erver. Nothing is against an im
partial examination of the question.
Only the objection may bo offered to
his views tiiat no one has ever seen tin
anthropopitheciis, the structure and
eharaewrUticH of which have been
worked out by pure reasoning alone,
and that the distance that must have
separated the precursor of man from
nun himself is calculated upon tho ex
iremely underlain basis of the distance
beiwe.-n quaternary and existing man.
h'jiu'tir SiMH'x MijnUt'y.
TnUHRDAT kvemno, Oct. 25, 1883.
The wfiather is gloomy and unsetted; a
raw cold wind from the north following
tho heavy rains of last night add to the
general unpleasantness that exists. The
atmosphere is raw and cold.
Tho markets aro generally quiet; in some
depigments transactions aro limited for
want of supplies and in others for want of
FLOUR Quiet and dull, very little de
mand for anvthinc. SalcB are confined to
choice grades in jobbing lots.
HAY Tho market continues dull and
quiet. Receipts are light, but stocks are
too lare for tho demand.
CORN Tho demand is fair aud stocks
OATS-Market rules steady. Receipts
aro utuplu for tho demand.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Nono in market on consign
ment. BU'lTER-Choico is in fair demand
and firm. Common is not wanted.
EGOS Active and scarce. Receipts find
ready sale on arrival at an advanco over
POULTRY All kinds are In good de
mand and light supply.
APPLES Choice varieties aro in good
demand, Small and common are dull and
POTATOES Firm and unchanged.
ONIONS-Plonty and dull.
Salon and Quotation!?!.
NOTE. -The prices here given are lor salos from
first bands In round lots, An advance lo
chamcd for broken Intsinmittiii orders,
lOObhls family l si
oo bbls various grades s pffl 00
urn uuin enuicu ,.,,,,. S 53
luu bbla Patent .,....,,..,. onj8 25
tcsrstfllt rdtfo 11 PO
I csr llt edae.. 10 (0
II cars chefeo M H
1 car choice.
1 cars prarlo.
4 cars mixed In bnlk
1 car white in bulk
4 car choice , in bulk
1! cars mixed In bulk
ii cars lu sacks
WU K AT.
No. 'i Red, per bn tW
No. i Medlleranean 1 00
bbls City on orders.
100 bbls City
lu sacks 6TX
Wi pounds choice Northern dairy ii
rs)o pounds choice Northern dairy iW,2T
I1111 pounds Southern Ills, fresh la,2n
Mini pounds creamery its
'D duison '20
31 0 dozen 'iO
6 coops mixed young and old 2 2512 75
Scoops lnre youiK ' '
8 coops old hens 2 IMG 3 D
Per bbl cholco Ren Davis 2 TMW 00
' Rome Beauty 8 7St(J3 no
Small varieties 1 Ml
Potatoes per hush SNZMo
Potatoes per bbl 1 '
10 Crates, according to size 9 tC&ll ' 0
Fine utiw ashed
Plain lam none
8. C. Units 1.1
( I ear side
II a it t note
Shoulders - non
St. .'oh 11s ? 1
Ohio River 1 tO
i-i V'jshel bar;ap.
P4tte.b'.vt arS aanors tV
Choice lst't J ts
CLo'f rn'di'JQ k 06
Civic, Ftttory . u
Crra.Ti . . - 15
Dry Flint choice. ..
Shmp Pelts, dry ..
Sheep Pelts. Kftien
4 5' "it 5 (
iwte af. 1 4 VA 5 or
1 in'; 1 1 rc
(101 iLeaf. ...
7 MHi !t 'C
RATES OF KRBIOHT.
Hay Flour Pork
Vcwt. jlbhl. ?bnl'
15 'J5 H5
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KIlTinslon, Mis li7 4 4.'. B7W
11 M'Uft. Aft .... I 'u
vicKsiiiirir, rriniess House, ."ic. per est,, anv
a per bbl. hl(her.
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