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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOUNLViJ, NOVEMBER 23, 18SS.
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The only known iptdjlc for Hplleptlc Flti.-Ct
air Also for 8pamg and Falling 8lckncs.-(l
NervouiiWi.akuesHqulrklyr .'lifived and cured.
Equalled by nono In delirium of fvcr.
rNcutralIz' germa of dleeaso and alcknets,
.Cures ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores.
Cleanses blood, quickens Blugglnh circulation.
Eliminates1 Bolls, Carbuncles and Bcalds.
Permanently and promptly cures paralysis.
Yc9, It is a charming and healthful Aperient
Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing cause,
tiyitouts biliousness and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laiatlvo.'M
It drives Sick Headache like the wlnd.-j t
tVContalns no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing lt.-fct
Restores llfoelvlng properties to the blood. -
Is guaranteed to cure all nervous disorders.
tWKellable when all opiates fall.-ftt
Refreshes the mind and Invigorates the body.
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded.
JWEndorsed In writing by over fifty thousand
Leading physicians in u. 6. and Europe."
Leading clergymen lu U. 8. and Europe. -t
Diseases of the blood own It a conqueror.
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A Valuable discovery f r supplying Magnetism to
the Human Sys etn . Eltclrkity and Magnetism
u illzed a n-v.:r before or Meailug tbo hick.
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FOR MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
tr KErrsmn. the following diseases wlthou. med
icine Pains is Till back, mi's, us ti) oh Liana,
MEHVOI.'S bKRIMTT, I.IXBAO . O SKIUl. DEB LIT If ,
RHECHaTISM, I'aHALT-IS, NKL1.AI.UIA, SOIATIA,
IllHHArlgs OK THS K'liNEV-. SPINAL DISEASES. TOhFIM
livkh, Gout. Semiual Emissions, Impoteucy,
Asihrns. II. a t Disease, Dvspcpsla, Constipation.
Ervaipe a, Indigestion, lii-ruta or Hupture. Cat
arrh, Piles, hpllupsy, I umt Ague, etc.
When any debility of lbs GUN EH AT IV. OR
GANS occurs. Lust Vitality, Lark of Nerve Force
atKi Vig..r, anting Ve;kn-ss, and all those I)i
etasof a pe-sonsl nvure, trom whatever cause,
ttivcoiiMnao.il stream of tnigne'Jtia pcrtne.t:ng
through lbs part", must r-stre them to a health
action. There is no mistake about th'.s App i
auce. TO THE LADIES: lVai
Weakness t the Spine. Falling of tiie Wuinli,
Leuc-moe, i'hrntilc ltiflnmmatioii or I'lcerition
of the Womb. Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Paliiful, Suppressed and Irrerular Menstruation,
Hsrrenne-s, and Cliangti of Life, this is thu Best
Ai'p!inrn and Cnrativu Aeent known.
For a I lornis of t-eiuaie l)i liculties It Is unsur
passed by anything oefora invented, both as a
rurvlve aip.-ot and as a source of power SLd vital
nation. I'ric e of either Belt with Magnetic Insoles. $10,
lent by eiprcs 0 O 1). anl examination al
lowed or by mall on receipt of price. In ordering
send metsure o( waist and sIe.j of shoe Remit
tance can b m jdo lu currency, sect in letter at
The Magnetic Garment" a' adapted to all ages,
aie worn cr the iind.r. lo'hiug 1 0"t i.etl to the
body lik'j the many titlvanii: and Ricctiic Hum
bugs adv. nla d so extensively), aud should be
tHk n i.tr at nght. They hold tselr I'OWKK
F-iltEVEIt. and are Horn at all scasoni of fie
Sen I stamp for the "New Departure In Medical
T va-m.nt Wlitio it Mo.lir.lu'-." with thousands of
t. ..,, .r,lav
TtlE MM1SETON AI'PLIAN.'K CO .
2M Statu Street. Chicago, 111 .
Note. Send on ilol r in pj'a! eimp or
currency (in letter at onr risk) wit-i r'zi ol shoe
usually worn, aud tr" a t'-ttr of our Mairnelic In
soles, an ! he convinced u' the power residing In
our other Mi.'iietic Appllaaces. Positively no
cold feet when they aro worn, or money refunded.
TAKE ALT. TIIH
KIDNEY and LIVER
And Indigestion Cures
And Bilious Specifics
BRAIN and NERVE
In short, take all the nest qualities of
all these, ana tne nest qualities or an
the best Medicines of the World and
yon will And that HOP BITTERS have
me nesi curative qualities auu yuen
of all concentrated in them, ana tnat
thev will cure when any or all of these.
8lnc:ly or combined, fail. A thorough
trial will give positive proof of this.
bas gained an enviable
knnwu, displacing all
other iireparat ions. An
artlclo of undoubted
18 NOT A
LIQUID OR 8N.UFH
H ay- fever v;:tx
When absorbed It effectually cleanses tho nasal
. r ..I...- ..nalnM hnlfh lOPMl tl,na .
passBges ui viru, unij
I. niT... Uflnmmtiimi. nrnlnpta tnn mem
nranni u ings oi in inn Biiuiimuai
colds, completely heals the sorea and restores tbo
sense of tasto and smell. Bonotlrlal results are
. . . at. k.,a-1 fuaa aH.II,l.anatl
Uncniialed for Cold In the Head, Headache and
..-- . .. 1. 1 . .1 nl mnaniti momhrsnsl I rrl t .
ti.in w..nH r.x fairniar Rvmall. nreDaid no c
a tmckat?," stamns received. Sold oy all whole
sale and retail dnigglsts. w
KLY'SCKKAM BALM CO., Owego, N. Y
OkMCK: NO. 7B 0)110 1.KVKK.
OFFICIAL FAI'KH OF ALKXANUKK COUNTY,
KNIhliKI) AT TUB CAIKO IMIHTorFICB Kolt
1 KANMMIBHION THHOl'IIU TUB MAILS AT
PECOS U CLAHS KATKH.
Special Correspondeiue to Ike Ilulletln :
roMKiMY, Wash. Tor'ry., Nov. I,1, 18:3.
Colfax, from wIkmicu wo wrote cur last let
ter, u tiuito a thriving town. It is the
county seat und principal town of Whitman
unity, ami is locatuil at tlio forks of the
ilotiso riv.-r, uri'i i urrutii) with a
good ariculiural rDtfion. The town is ten
years old, been burned out twice, the last
tinio fifty ImililingH Iteini burned, euU'l-
a loss of about $330,000. This last fire
happened a lin'.u over a year ao, and now
the town is nearly built up of substantial
blocks. A new railioal will soon bo in
operation, connecting tho town with direct
communication with tho N. P. H. H. A
co.legu and seve.nl churches ara indica
tions of the invllience of the community.
Two newspaper are published iu the town.
From Colfax wo took a trip by -private
conveyance-, Hevon miles into tho country,
where we visited an agud mother, a broth
er and sister that we had not mot for near
twenty years. From that neighborhood wo
pursued our journey up what is called
Spring Flat. Pullman is a new town
named after tho noted sleeping-car man,
located nn the south fork of the Palouse,
up which stream & railroad is being built.
The town at present has a building boom,
and bids fair to be a thriving place. Ten
miles further on across the country we come
to Moscow, a beautiful town across the
line in Idaho. The railroad will also soon
be finished to this place; here it, too, is in
proving rapidly; there is an academy
and several ' churches in the town,
tho different denominations are well
represented. WVhad, in comparison with
Kid. I). Brown, of Salem, Oregon, several
meetings iu one of the churches. The sur
rounding country is somewhat rolling, with
beautiful "Hats" here acd there. The soil
is very productive and we! I adapted to
wLnHt, oats, barley, grass and vegetables.
Ileturuing to Spring Flat we set out south
across the country. The descent to Snake
river, is down a staep declivity. We are
told the bluffs are 2,000 feet above the river
which is a lare stream coursing its way
through an immense ravine or wall of bluffs
that loom up in majestic grandeur on each
eide. Fruits of all kinds do remarkably
well along the river bottoms are little plats
of land that lie alou iu the riches of the
bluffs. At Almota we crossed the river on
a rope ferry. Looking down the stream we
noticed a steamer coming up which on near
approach we found to be of considerate
size. 1 no river is uavigaule lor toats tor
some distance further up. A long, tedious
climb brought us to the top of the bluffs on
the south side. We continued across the
country for some fifteen miles further, when
wo put upfor tho night. Pursued our journey
in the morning some ten to tHtcen miles
further, when wo arrived at the foot hills of
the Blue Mountains. The lay of the land
in places, similar to the prairies of Kansas
and Iowa, but much of the face of the
country and the lands steep, all covered
with a growth of luxuriant grass when in
its native or virgin state. In the Blue
.Mountains there is an abundanco of tim
ber, pin, white cedar, tamarack, birch,
etc. The moat of the lands are taken up
up except in the mountains, and the coun
try is rapidly settling up with a set of
hardy pioneers, many of whom seem to be
well satisfied, believing in tho old adage,
"a home is a home if ever so homely," yet
we find here and there, persons who long
for a return to the old home associations in
the east, or to seek the better country some
There are quite u number of Indians yet
scattered through this country, but all
seem to be in a state of semi-civilization,
and no trouble is apprehended from their
presence. As late as 1838 the Indiana were
quite troublesome. Col. Steptoe had quite
an experience with thorn in his attempt to
iro from Walla Walla to Fort Colviile. He
lost many men and was driven into a posi
Hon of defense near a high butte, now
called SteDtoe Butte. We passed along
near this butto. Colonel Q. Wright came
to his relief and saved his command from
utter annihilation. Col. Wright punished
the Indians severely; hung quite a number
and killed hundreds of their ponies, and
finally made peace on his own terms; since
then the Indiaus have been peaceable. In
1805 Col. Wright, with his wife ami mem
bers of his Btaff, went down to a watery
grave off Crescent City, Oregon, when the
steamer Jonathan was lost.
The last Indian scare in this section was
iu 1877, w hen Chief Joseph's band went on
the war path in Canvas Prairie, Idaho, and
killed quite a number of tho settlers. Can
vas Prairio is only some GO miles from this
locality and it is natural to suppose that
much excitement prevailed hereat the time
the settlers lett their homes and fled to the
town where barracks were hastily construe
tod and all the men called to arms. The
Ncz Porcez tribe of Indians in their savage
state or a tribe of people who are stout,
robust aud portly, Thoy take especial de
light in ornaments of all kinds available.
The buffalo robe decorated with beads, sea
shell, etc., attached to an otter-skin color,
and hung in the huge plats of hair; feathers
and paint are the chief ornaments they use.
In winter they wear a short skirt of dressed
skins, long painted leggins and moccasins
and a plait of twisted grass around the
neck. Th dress of the women is more sim
ple. Iu winter they limit the doer on snow
shoes over the plains, fish for salmon and
dig for roofs, A few daysrgo wo noticed a
well dressed squaw standing on the bank of
Snake river with her papoose swung to her
back. The little, diminutivo specimen ot
humanity, had a fate bo round as the lull
moon and at expressive ns a sixteen-year-
old miss chewing gum. Persons who be
como unamorod with poodle dogs would
have called the babo beautiful. A few
more decades of time and tho noble red man
will only be known in history. It is as
tonisling how rapidly emigration is set
tling up thepe western territories. Tho
coming winter three of them will bo knock
ing at the doors of emigres for admission
into the Union as states, and soon the "bu
rn nn Boa" will cover the whole area of
Uncle Sm's domain. It was in 1853 that
congress cut off Washington territory from
that of Oregon, and gave it au existence
separate and apart from that territory. It
is !..")0 miles long from east to west? and
200 miles wide from north to south, and
has an area of 70,000 S'pine miles. ls
preseut population is over 100,000. About
two thirds of tho land is susceptible of cul
tivation, and about 20,000,000 acres urc
covered with forest timber, much of it of a
superior quality. Its western shore is
washed by the Pacific Ocean. Puget Sound,
tho great inlet of the North Pacific coast,
runs through a large part of western Wash
inu'ton. The Columbia river, the largest
stream on the Pacific slope, flows across the
eastern pari of the territory. The Cascade
range of mountains, whoso elevation varies
from 5,000 to 8,000 feet abovo sea level, di
vides the territory. One section is called
Eas'crn Washington, tho other Western.
The leading interests of the territory are
lumbering, stock raising, farming, salmon
fishing and commerce along tho sound. In
the northwestern part of the territory im
mense forests of the Douglass pine grow,
many of the trees being three hundred feet
in height and from five to ten feet in diam
eter. This region is Ihe lumberman's para
dise. An exsensive trade is carried on be
tween Puget Sound and Europe; the sur
plus grain, potatoes, tic., of the territory are
thus shipped direct to foreign countries.
The average rainfall of the territory is from
40 to 60 inches. The territory will in timy
bee mc a fruit growing country, as the cli
mate is well adapted to it. Game is plen
tiful in the mountains and prairie chickens
abound on the prairies. Coal is scarce
copper, lead, iron and limestone are in con
siderable quantities in places. Building
stono is scarce in Eastern Washington.
The whole nature ot this region givea evi
dence of volcanic upheavals at some date
thousands of years ago. Lava beds are
plentiful, and the outcroppings of stone
al mg tho high bluffs look as if it ws
once partially melted and thrown together
in a conglomerate mass. We think in time
stock-iaising will be the leading interest,
as those rolling lands will produce blue
grass equal to the great blue grass regions
of Kentucky, and the low river bottoms or
ravines a ff jrd winter protection. J.9.F
"Yes," suid n uvsKtii man, dponii
ontlv, "this ii'i'd 1 i U :i gnml ileal big
gerund more oi-iiwin' -i-itioii of ihe
country than it is." !!';:'.' r'ti it is.''
rcturueM hi- coTup:;;r'in wkh suninsc.
"There h;iiu't 1 n nolnnlv a t-tcalin'
any of it, h:i there!'" "You don't tin
dert;unl," leldeil the lir-t speaker,
curtly. "L'lSof ti:etn ea-tcni fellows
has beeu i iiiiiin" w t Uh'm. last few
cni, Mid 'm- finite. I its erowth.
Lit t If. Jimmy Allen, aed eleven
years, grew interested in the blatirio
bein;r tlone by well-diwers at Prince
ton, Ky., mnl securing h:ui a pound of
uia.sung powiicr, iiuj a l'..il, in the
grotinn an i set oa the enure amount
at one blast, lie wns ! 1, u n inio an
adjoining tuu-tismp. but will m over.
W. F. Lavbdix, river editor nl i'hk Btlletin
and etcamtioitt imsseniier atti. ct. Ordure fur all
kinds of etetiinhoat Job priming solicited. Office
at Bower s boropean Hotel, No. 7! Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE IUVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. tu. 19 feet 0 inches and rising
Chattanooga, Nov. 22. River 2 feet 1
inch and rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 22. River 17 feet 9 in
ches and risiug.
Louisville, Nov. 22. River 8 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 22. River 7 feet 9 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Nov. 22. River 3 feet 4 in
ches and rising.
St. Louis, Nov. 22. River 10 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
The Mary Houston arrived here at noon
yesterday. She had a good trip, received
two hundred tons of freight here besides
fifty deckers and nine cabin passengers.
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg ar
rived here at 4 p. m. yesterday and passed
up for St. Louis at 5 p. m.
The J. II. llillman arrived at 5 a. m. yes
terday. She had only a fair trip, left on
her return trip for Nashville at 10 a. m.
The Cona Millar from Memphis is due
this morning for Cincinnati.
The Hudson from St. Louts passed up
last night for Shawneetown.
The R. R. Springer with a big freight
trip passed up last night for Cincinnati.
She had the barge of the Will Kyle in tow
with BOO bales of cotton.
Yesterday was a very disagreeable day
with goods prospects for settled rains.
The rccet.t remarkable- heavy rains will
check the falling livers.
Owing to the bad wether all the boats
aro behind time and tho railroads were all
damaged by the heavy rains.
Tho City of New Orleans from St. Louis
is duo to-day.
The Wyoming from Cincinnati is duo
to-morrow for New Orleans.
Tho Andy LUuin left Cincinnati for Mem
phis Wednesday evening. She is duo .to
The Ella Kimbrough is duo this morning
from Osceohi. She will leave on her return
trip to Osceola to-morrow at 4 p. m.
I've heard old cunning strangers Bay,
For every pn in, St. Jacobs Oil will pay.
Now Is the time to treat Catarrh of long
str.nding. Ely's Cream Balm reaches oh
6tinitte cases, where other remedies fail. In
it lies the relief you seek. Price 50 cents.
Apply into nostrils with tho nnger.
The pelight of the Ladies,
because it enhances their charms tenfold, is
SOZODONT, with which no dentifrice ran
compare. It checks premature decay of the
i th, completely removing tartar from their
surfaces, interstices and cavities, whitening
tin in, rendering the gums healthy and
coralline and the breath as balmy as the
odor of flowers. The gritty and acid piop
erties which render many tootn powders
and washes oljectionablo are not to be
found in America's favorite teeth restora
tives For seven years Ailen's Brain Food has
stood the strongest tests as to its merits in
urit.if Nervousness, Nervous Debility mid
restoring lost powers to the weakened Oi n
ative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed; test it. $1; 0 for f". At
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
Ml persons atlecteu with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of thu Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of thevcr
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. - hen
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, "tho
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that E'ectric Bitters are tho only
sure remedy. Tin y are the. best and purest
medicine in the world aud only cost htty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
None But First Class tioods.
In Watches, Jewelry ai.3 SUvei v:att5 one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Suuu.ey it Co., Chicago, aro making a
specialty of fine uoods, and if you need
anything in Watches in I'ust aud w-ter
prnot cists, bond silver or Triple 1 lated
Ware, Solid Gold or Hulled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. The) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, p, st
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, aud many others. Goods
tent en approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. HHiin nilier, S hurley & Co., 77 State
Street, ChicHgr, HI. 'C-hSD furtheih new
AND BEUTIFCT.LY II.LfSTRATEDCATALlMil'K.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
Bess, early decay, loss of niauhood, ifec, I
will fend a recipe that will crre you, kkee
or chauhk. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed euvelope to the Kev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D.. New York
Epilepsy Entirely Cured.
Prof. Irving B. Smith, of Pike, N. Y.,
makes the following statement: "Samari
tan Nervine has entirely cured mo of epi
bucKien'8 Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, anil all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2") cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
After having used a large number of
preparations for Catarrh, I have becnnie
satisfied that of them all Ely's Cream B ilm
gives me the most relief. I can recom
mend it to any one who may have Catarrh,
Cold in the head or hay fever. S. B. Lewis,
Principal Graded School, Clinton, Wis.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes loading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S nt Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir est liicke aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if'rnia o'"iuect with cxpres trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland trait for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, ut only fast time
aud superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes thtough tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, ifcc, of tint
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kinisan, E. ChASDIjKR,
Ass't Gen'l Pans. Atfont. Gon'l Tass Agent
Wm. Ludwis & Co.,
NO. 110 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
W m. Ludwig &
vf.w i) hops applied to the surface win Penetrate to the very Bone,
Hid almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing-,
...... A a,M .V,aa CIpIm A. lan.rA rl I en .-&,., 1 .1 a nit,l a nt .,.. L-.r..l I,
11, 'I UASUUAVA but? WsUll. "f. 'lliahlirilliiu i:il t'l OIIJ 1X11111. 11
has so equal for the Cnreof Rhenmatisni. Sprains. limises.
Stitt Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat, Pain in tho Limbs or In any .art of the iSystam
anil is eiimuiy euit'aeioiis tor ,ui pains
leuuiIlllH a iMmeriiii umiuivu siuuuiuui. ora jii-rn-ii i niniiir u-
Ask your Druggist for It. Price 60 cts per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
WholeatilB Drumrtiit, 8T. LO'J'3, MO
Xo Longer Needed.
The old-fii'hloned, elo'-Y-actini plasters
liiT.iMiu' Capalxe I'orotn rlaatur art the
(M IJlW -l-thi.ti, (1 di'fiKiio). Sumethlng
WVJV-LO K(,d. Mailed on receipt of It rent
In utampK. HEAklSh & CO , I'.O. liox 1 87, N.Y.
AVAN TKl) -I.ailien and jounij me u winhiiia to
earn 1 to 8 every dar quietly at their homo;
worn (iirL'uhid; n-nt by mail; no caiivacsmp; no
utampc n quired for reply. Please addrem hDW.
V. uW'la A CO., 18 South Main St., Fall River.
Elys Cream Balm,
Cream Biilmha gained an enviable reputation
wher- ver known : displacing all o'her ureDaratlons.
Send forcireu ar contalnlL)! full Inform tlou and
reliaMu tes'imoniaU. Ky mall, prepaid. 50 cent a
pm ki; ctampn received. old by all wholecile
and retail drueu. ELY'S REAM HALM CO.,
Owetrn, New Y. rk.
liiirui, 50e., Ilyron. tOc., Mrs.
Browning. E5c, Campbell. 4tc ,
Chancer, 6Uc Dmite, too., Drydej
Wlc , Ciiietlic, T lo . . ioldiinltn. 5c, Ilenians, 5''c,
Iliad aud (Mys'ey, 70c , rinod, Vic, Ingelow. We.,
Keatu, l'c, Menditn, 50c, .Milton, Boc, Moi.rc,
Kc, Hoi e. Mic. Poe, Wc . Schiller, 4uc, Scott, 50c
Ti nnyson, tWc, Virgil, 45c., and othern. Fine cloth
blndlnt!. sent Tor oxamina lon berure payment
on I'Miileni-c of food faith Catalogue free NOT
sold by doaetH. JOHN U. A LOUS, I'uhlieher,
IS Ve-ry St ., Ni-w York.
1 h&vna ponjtire remedy for thetborsdiiMM; by Its
ne thon-moda of cases of the wornt kind and of loajr
sundintf have been cured. Ind.ied, so strong is m:
fr.irli in its ettiracji, that I will imiitwo huitus
FKKK, togi'tner with a VALUABLE TKKATI8K on
this diseane, to any suff"nr. Givserpruss and P.O.
address, llll. T. A. SLOLIL'M. 1SI PaarlSt.,Nw York
iriNK ' wn IiuCT A TKACHKR! Sopor's
ill. ItiBtiintaueousHaido to Keys of Piano
and Oman. Price $1. V ill teach any person
lo plav i() pieces of music in one day. You could
not Icar , it Iroui a tesrher In a month for $'20. Try
it and bu convinced hnmp'.e copy wll ho mailed
to any address on receipt of as cents Id stamps hy
HEAUNE A CO., Publishers, P.O. Box I4ST, S. V .
Wh".i In.;., '-in 1 do not mean nisraljrtrt atop them
for a time and then have them return afiin, I nnni
riidu nl i-iiro. 1 have mmls tlie disease of UTS, Krl
MH'SY Oil FALLING 8ICKNF.SSalife.long study.
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A lecular Ormluat of Ivin medical
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nl! over the country knowlnij this. Irt-nnently
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plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
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This Season' New )eicriptlv Catalogue
1'rice List of
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hthiiM lull Dramas,
Iu fact, everything for Amateur Theatricals.
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E. 14tli m , New York
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