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Natural Resources of Egypt.
Egypt has but a singlo natural re
source-the Nile. There is no other
river in the country: nor has this one a
brauch or affluent between its mouth
and the Nubian deter h. Besides the
almost shelterless datu-palms, there me
uo palms, the few wooded parks planted
hy order of Mebemet Ali, the oreumental
trees of the cities, of which Cairo and
its suburbs contain forty thousand, and
the mulberry trees raised for silk-worms,
scarcely d.e?arriug to bo meutioued in
this connection. There is little or no
ram, tho agriculturo of the country
depending almost entirely upon tho ir
rigating canals connected with the Nile.
Egypt proper consists of Lower, Mid
dle, and Upper Egypt. It. contains
160.8G6,5uO acres of aren, and a popula
tion, in 1871, of 6,208,405. Tho arabic
area of Egypt, is confined substantially
to tho inundable portion of tho Valley
of tho Nile. As tho river closely hugs
tho hills and palisades ou its right
bank, this urea is nearly altogether on
tho loft. In some places tho arable
lands aro eleven miles wide ; in others
they dwiudlo to a mero strip of bank.
For the most part, however, this area
ex feuds westward from tho river about
fivo to eight miles, where it is termin
ated by the Libyan hills and deceit.
Every year it is extended by tho riBo of
tho river upon its own bed. This rise
was found to be, ut the close of thc last
century, 4,960 inches per century. If
tho estimates worked by the kh?dive
aud his relatives, or tho nobles of his
court, be deducted, there will not re
main in Egypt over one-half an acre of
arable laud to each person ; aud even
if tho laud cultivated at present were
divided equally among all, there would
Btill bo not over nine-tenths of an acre
per capita. Imagine how small must
bo tho portion of au Egyptian laborer
who, if all the food products of that I
hind wero kopt at homo instead of ho
ing shipped abroad, us it large portion
of them aro, would still possess but
one-seventh tho heritage of au American
or Englishman, aud but. one-fourth that
of a Frenchman !
An Apparent Resurrection.
Thc following is related by tho
Augusta (Maine) Journal :
A youug mau in tho town of Vus
salboro, in this county, was suffering
in the last stages of consumption, the
disease which had insidiously and
stealthily brought him to tho verge of
tho grave. For several weeks he had
been entirely prostrate and unable to
sneak, even to articulate a syllable.
He became so oppressed for breath
that he compelled his attendants to
raise the windows in his room, put out
the fires, and resort, to every means to
obtain fresh air. On the 13th iust. the
young man died. Frieudly hands pre
pared the poor, emaciated body for the
burial ; but, just us tho attend i np
friends wore urrtiugiug the remains for
the casket, there appeared unmistaka
ble evidences of returning life in what
had seemed to them an inanimate mans
of olaj, and it was discovered that the
heart bad begun again ita slow and
measured palpitations, the pulso throb
bed, and the-young man arose from
the deatftl^shrouds, opened his mouth,
and spoke in deer and distinct words to
tkoso who stood appalled in the death
chamber. Tin re was no huskiness in
his voice, he appeared lively aud active,
said he 'cit not the slightest pain, but,
to use his own language, " I feel just as
wi ll af I ever did." At his request the
neighbors were all called iu, who crowd
ed the house for hours, declaring that
the reeovory of the man was equal to
any miracle recorded in tho Scripture?-.
He told this startled assemblage of his
friends and neighbors that, as he died,
all things seemed dark, but only for an
instant ; his eyes suddenly opened to a
new world, the real heaven, which had
been so many times in his thoughts and
had given him so much comfort in bis
hist week of pain and sorrow. Ho stood
upon an eminence which overlooked a
vast and beautiful plain ; the magnifi
cent plain stretcho i farther than his
enlarged vision could penetrate, and
he described it in lauguago which, to
his moral auditors seemed extravagant
iii tho extrome. But tho revivified lifo
of tho young man was not to continue
long, Before night ho again resigned
himsolf to doith. Tho bony was kept
H reasonable length of timo nnd "nuried
on Sunday last, tbo funeral being large
Every word that falls from the lips of
m?thor?-! aud sisters especially should
bo puio and conciso and simple ; not
pearls snob ns fall from the lips of a
prineef-N, but sweet, good words, that
little children omi gather without fear
of soil, or any regret, to pain through all
their lifo. Children should bo taught
tho frequent uso of good, strong expres
sive words--words that moan exactly
what they should oxoress in their
proper places. If a child, or young
pr Mon, has a loone dang-together way
?>f stringing words when endeavoring to
say something, bo should bo made to
" tty again" and seo if ho cannot do
hotter, lt is painful to hear many girls'
talk. Tm-y begin with "My gracious!"
and interlard it with "So sweet!" and
" So queenly !" and eo many phrases,
that one in temp cd lo believe they
have no training at ali, or els9 their
mothers ?rc very, very foolish women.
There is nothing more ditgusting than
tho twoddle-of ill-bred girls; ono ia pro
voked often into taking a paper and
reading, and letting them ripple and
gurgle on, like brooks that flow thoy
know not -whither. My bf art warms
with love for sensible gills and pure
boys, and, after all, if our girls and
boya aie not this, I fear it is not our
own fault-for this great trust rests in
the heart and hands of the w? mcn of
our land. If we have a noble, useful
purpose in lifo, we shall infuse the
right spirit into those around us.
THE art of voicing reeds, the mo?t
difficult and important in the manu
facture of cabinet or parlor organ ,
was invented by Mr. Emtuons Ham
lin, of the Mason & Hamlin Organ
Co., in 1849. Io has been universally
adopted by American and largely by
Earopean makers, but none have at
tained that high Rbtudard of oxcel
li-nce in it which is reached in tho
Mas-ju & Hamlin Cabinet Organs.
This'. fact ia universally recognized
by musicians. *
CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC.
BODS do not form wholly from hark,
uor lrom any special part of a plant,
though, of course, in a general way
considerable regularity in fixoii places.
They come out any where along a willow
stem ; and, although they appear in
the apple from tho axil of n leaf, they
ure formed any-where along the surface
of a root of an apple when they are
propagated from tho roots, as by nur
serymen they often aro. Again, in the i
horse-chestnut a growth never appears 1
except from au auxiliary or a terminal '
bend iu ordinary cases ; but if a branch i
be cut off betweeu tho nodes an im- 1
menee number of young buds will np- 1
pear from tho now cells which form the j
new Inver of wood on the exposed sur- j
fncc. Some curious casos aro also re- ]
corded by Dr. Masters, whero bnds aro i
formed in tho pith of a potnto. In j
some instances several small potatoes
have been found inside largo ones, ,
from buds which have developed thore. i
EVERY action and emotion depletes
tho physical system. Milk, tho first
food absorbed by men and animals, is (
tho only natural mixture, containing ,
all the elements of blood savo tho 1
coloring. Water constitutes three
fourths of tho body. To work well,
either physically or mentally, we must
be fed judiciously and thoroughly.
Tho worker must eat mixed-food. Food
properly administered stimulates the
system as wine does, only more natu
rally. Tho long night hours empty tim
ste mach, doploto the system, and chill
tho body. On arising tho physical
condition is low, and should be re
cruited. If we ioso time at early
morning in brincii g the body up to its
natural heat and itrength, wo cannot
regain it during thc day. A health}
maa requires about ono pound of nu
triment per day to keep him iu good
condition. While a workingman would
need daily livo pounds of solid mixed
food, two and a half would be enough
for persons who lonugo and Bleep
Icc In the Arctic Regions.
The precise object of tho Am-lrian
Polar expedition wns not particularly
ihat of veacbiDg high latitudes, but of
exploring the large unknown sea north
of Siberia. For a year and a half the
explorers had constant opportunities
closely to observe the behavior and
formation of the packed ico. The phe
nomenon is instructive, as it is the
same in the whole of the Arotio regions.
With the exception of land-ice, which
chugs to the coasts and never reaches
far out into the sea, all ice-icebergs as
well as fields-is in constant motion,
winter and summer ; and this, as has
been shown, is through the influence
of wiuus. The motion, however, iti a
different on?, almost with every field,
and thus a certain pressure results
wherever two fields touch; this natural
ly leads to the breaking np of the fields,
and the contraction of the ice, during
sudden low temperature plays its part
in a similar way. If one c nsiders the
great extent of fields, sometimes of
many miles, and their enormous masses,
one can easily imagine the colossal
forets whioh are ac'ive in these phe
nomena, and the greatness of their ef
fects. When two fields meet, a combat
body to body ensues, often lasting only
a few minutps, but sometimes even for
days and weeks. The edges are then
turned up on both sides, upwards and
downwaids, un irregular wall of ico con
sifltiog of wildly mixed blocks begins to
build itself, the preamro increasi s
more and more, masses of ice eight feet
long and broad are lifted thirty to forty
feet high, and then fall to make room
for others. At last one of the fields
begins to shift itself for some distance
uudernentk tho other one ; often they
separ?te for a while, only to renew the
str.iggle. Bnt thc end of it always is
that tbe intense cold unites them all
into one solid mass ; a singlo field re
sults from tho two, and the next storm
or quick ?'.hange of temperature cracks
the new. fi.dd in sonic other direction,
the pieces ronowing the old struggle.
This is the origin of the ice-fiehls,
which are quito irregular above anil
Inflow, sometimes only consisting of
blocks that have frozen together, and
filling up the wholo arctic region as so
culled pack icc.
OOH TI?MJ-TATJK "LIPS.-I have ob
served that lips beoome more or less
contracted in ibo course of years, iu
proportion ns thoy aro accustomed to
exprcsB good humor and generosity, cr
peevishness and a contracted mind.
1 lanark the effect which a moment of
ill-temper or grudgingneBs has upon
tho lips, and judge what may bo ex
pected for an habitual series of such
movemonts. Remark the reverse and
make a similar judgment. The mouth
I'H thc frnukest part of the face ; it can't
in tho leaet conceal its ne a H a ti ons. We
cnn neither hido ill-tcmpor with it, nor
good ; wo may affect what wo please,
hut affectation will not help us. In a
wrong cause it will only mako our ob
servers resont the endoavor to impose
upon them. Tho month is tho scat of
ano class of emotions, as tho oyes are
)f another ; or, rather it oxpressc-j the
lame emotions, but in greater detail,
md with n moro irrepressible tendency
o be in motion. Tt is the region of
mules and dimple, and of a trembling
wilderness ; a slu.rp sorrow, or a full
ireathing joy ; of candor, of reserve,
if anxious caro, or liberal sympathy.
The mouth, out of its many sensibil
ties, may be fancied throwing up one
groat expression into the eye-as many
ights in s city reflect a broad bistro
ato tho heavens.-Leigh fluni.
MODERN MKOIOAX. DISCOVERY.-It is
liai med thnt disease, with a few ex
:ep!ions, bas been conquered by the
research and intellect of enlightened
men ; and yet a noted professor of Now
?orkadmits that "of all sciences, med
icine is the moBt unceitain," and that
"thousands are annually slaughtered
in the sick room." Certain "schools"
)f medicine are in existence, one of
fdnort ' "lakes tho patient ill," in or
lor to cairn a cure; and another ad
ministers "sugar-coated bread pills,"
.elying upon nature to effect h sr own
?ires. Dr. J. Walker, of California,
in old and respected pnysioian, tried
loth modes of treatment and both
ailed. Ho then appealed to nature's
mratrvje- herbs; and now enjoys rug
ged health. He has given tho benefit
if bia discovery to the world, in the
shape of Vinegar Bitters, and since
its introduction has sold a quantity
almost large enough to make a small
harbor, or to float tho "Great Eas
tern." Its curative properties are at
tested by grateful thousands.
Tit* .* ?uunckecpor ?> oi our Hcaiih.
Tho livor ia tho groat depurating or blood
cleansing organ of tho Bystom. Sot tho groat
housekeeper of our hoalth at work, aud tho
foul corruptions which gender ia tho blood
ami rot out. aa it woro, tho machinery of lifo,
aro gradually expelled from tho svstom. For
thia purpose Dr. Piorco's Golden Modical Dis
covery, with small daily dosos of Dr. Piorco's
Pleasant Purgativo Poileta aro pro-eminenlly
.ho articles needed. They euro every kind of
liumor from tho worst scrofula to tho common
pimplo, blotch or eruption. Groat oating
deers kindly heal umist* their mighty cura'ivo
iniuouco. Virulent blood poisous that lurk in
lu system aro by thom robbod of their tor
rors, and by their persevering and somowhat
Protracted usc the most tainted syBtem may
;>o completely ronovatctl and built up anow.
l-l ni urged gland*, tnmorsnnd swollings dwindle
vway aud disappear under tho iutluonc.o of
.hoir gro?t rosolvcnlH. Sold by all doalors in
<.'lump Homes In Texan.
Tho Groat Tex ai Real Estato and Gold Dis
Iribution takes nlaco 13th of May, when 64,
[100 acres of choice iaud in thc host portioiiB of
i'oxas, near tho principio railroads; 15 houses
in Houston (population 20,000) and 2,325 prizes
in Gold Coin will bo given ticket holders. Tho
outorpriso is indorsed by tho City Council of
Houston. Send il to J. E. FOSTER, tho man
ager, at Houston, Toxas, for a ticket, circular,
dosetiptive pamphlets and maps of Texaa.
A FRIEND of ours who is chief clerk
in tho Governmental Dispensary, says that no
medicino choit is now complote without John
son's Anodyne Liniment. Wo always sup
posed it was prescribed I y law -. if it ?B not, it
ought to be, for certainly thero is nothing in
tho whole matrria mrrlica of so much import
ance to tho Holdior aud tho Bailor as Johnson's
ABE you aware that tho premonitorios
of consumption aro coughs, colds, bronchitis,
pains in tho side a-d chest, difficulties of
breathing, eto ? If you permit tho*o symp
toms to run on tubercles will ho tho remit,
and end in consumption. Now, if you want to
euro thoso dmeasos, uso Allen's Long Balsam
without delay. For salo hy all medicino
VETERINARY surgeons oil over the
country aro recommending Sheridan's Cavalry
Condition Powders for tho following trouble in
horses: Doss of appetite, roughness of tho
hair, stoppage of bowels or water, thick water,
coughs and cod?, swelling of tho" glands,
worms, horse ail, thick wind, and heave-.
Patented 187.1. T"r,o best Elastic Truss.
Made only by Pome:cy & Co., 744 B'dway, N. Y.
Go TO River S .do Water Cure. Hamilton, 111.
Do not JDcspitlr. Your COIIRII ran be cured.
Dr. Tutt's Expectorant is thc remedy. Thousands
attest its rfllcacy
?NASH VII. ?. IC.
FLOUR-Superfino.$ 4 25 @
XXX. 5 25 ?
Familv. 5 75 (S> G
CORN MEAL. 85 (5>
CORN. 80 (S) -2
OATS. 75 <S> 00
WHEAT. 1 10 (5) 1 0OJ4
HAY-Boat. 20 00 (Si 27 80
RR AN. 25 00 (S> 27
PEANUTS. GO (5>'
RACON-Clear Sides. 13 <?> Wy, I
HAMS-Sugar Cnrod. 13?<?<5- V
LARD. 16 (Si, WK
RUTTER. 20 <5> , ?5
EGGS. 13 ^ 15
GINSENG. 1 25 (S>[ 1 30
WOOL-Unwashed. 22 (5* t 20
Tub washed. 37 fbi ? 41
WHISKY - Common. 1 05 (5> 1 25
Robertson Countv... 160 (Si 3 00
Bourbon. 1 50 fSMi 50
Lincoln Countv. 1 60 (Si 3 00
HIGHWINES.:., 1 15 & ....
COTTON. 9 <S> 10
Ordinary. (S> . 12%
Good Or linary. l _
Low Middling. 14%@ _
SEEDS -Clover. fi BO (Si 8 00
Timothy. .H 25 (5) S 50
Orohard Grass. 2 50 (5) _
Bino Grasa. 1 25 <S> \ 1 50
I,t)UlS VII.I. IC.
TOBACCO Light Clarksvillo i
Common lugs. ?8 50(5)10 00 .*9 00(5)10 25
Good ?ogs. 9 50(5)11 00 9 75(5)11 50
Common leaf. ll 50,-5)13 20 ll 50(5)14 00
Modium leaf. 13 50(5)15 50 14 00(5)16 60
Good leaf. 16 00(5)20 00 17 00(5)20 00
Choico leaf. 21 00(5)23 00 22 00(5)26 00 |
COLORT cirrriNo TOBACCO.
Common smoking lugs. $10 00Cq?P2 50
Good smoking lugs. 12 00(5)14 40
Common loaf. 14 00(5)16 50
Medium ieaf. 16 50(5)20 50
Good loaf. 20 50(5)26 50
Fino loaf. 26 00(5)35 00
Fancy or soloctions. 33 00cT>42 00
Fancy bright smoking. 15 00(5)21 00
WHEAT-Red and Ambor. il 05 (5> 1 10
CORN-Sacked. CA <S; 70
OATS. 61 &) 65
BUTTER - Choico. 18 (Si 22
HAY-Timothy. 17 00 @ 21 00
GINSENG. 1 30 (S> 1 50
FRUIT-Applos, Groen. 2 00 (5) 3 00
Lemons, per lox_ 6 00 (S) 6 50
Oranges. 10 00 (5) 12 00
PORK-Mess. 22 50 @ ....
LARD. HJ?'t? 16
BACON-Clear Sidos. 12%(S> 13'/
CHEESE-Choico . 16 (5) lfi'?
FLOUR- Superfine. 8 75 (5> 4 50
Extra Family. 4 25 (5) 4 75
Fancy. 5 50 (Si ti (IO
WOOL-Tub washod. 50 (a> ....
Unwashed. 33 (5> 34
POTATOES--Irish per bbl. 2 90 (Si 3 25
(JOTTON-Middling. 15%(5> ....
Good Ordinary. 14b,(5> . ..
FLOUR. 3 25 (S) 5 00
DORN. ?2 OH 8-1
OATS. 72 <S) 75
LARD. 14%(5; 151/
BACON-Cloar Sidos. 13 (S) I'A\(
FLOUR -Extra.f 5 10 O? 5 20
XXX. 5 00 (Si 5 25
JOHN. 87 (S) 90
DATS. (Si 81
?AY. 24 Ou (Si 21 00
['ORK-Mesa. . 21 60 (S> 22 00
1ACON. 8%(S> ....
IAMB. 12^(5) 13
j A RD. 14^(5) 16%
5UGAR-Fair to Primo_ 8 ~(S) 8%
VHISKY-Louisiana. 1 12 (S> 1 14
Cincinnati. 1 12 (5) 1 15
30TTON-Good Ordinary. \A%(Si \b%
Low Middling. 15%<S) 15%
FLOUR-Fsmily.* 5 00 (5) 5 10
iVIIEAT. 1 12 (S) 1 iti
"ORN. 7. (S) 71 J*
3 ATS. CO fh> 64
PORK-MOBS. (5) 21 75
3AM8-Sagar cured. ?l%(5) 10>?
ttACON-Clear sides. 8 (5) 11%
Oin CH HOMOS for lt; two for 28c. Agents
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Creeilmonr lt liles, wirti elevation forl,
.JOO ynrils, SOO and $1?.*.. -nul for lllus
ir.ce.i cat-.lo. ne. E. G. \v K-JTf-OT r. President
A KM ill*- ANIIOFXICK. H Alfi K.mn Conn.
IST. H", ^3TTI?NII/VIVI'S
Was selected, -I y ara H(?ti, and put ta
work lu t. e l'a eui Oftlc. Washing
?0 I, D O. anti has proved to 1 e toe
nial. 19 sir.es made Prlcj-t lower
.han any other llrst-class Wheel.
Pamphlet free. N.F BURNHAM,
DR. C. A. 60H?NNAN,
NO. 619 North Fifth Street, St. Louis, Mo.. ESTAB
LISHED 1KJ7. Cures nil sufferers without the usu of
Mercury. Charit?s reasonable, fees.
STT~l)r. B.'s ''Troatiso on Special Diseases," which
fully explains tho nature, cauces, ayraptoms, and means
lo rurn nil forms of Np.rvoiia Debility, all Disensos cairned
by tito " Errors of Youth," nnd vnluahlo Information on
Hilter delicate subjects, t>ont vur.K In plain sealed
can he obltitned ni About one-half the usual rates
by ordering direr... Singer's,-11 ci-*, per dozen :
Wli -eler .e. Wil -on. HQ cts. ; Howe's 50 els. ; Grover
cv. Baker Ml eli. ; and olher.i in propurtin 1 Inclose
the amount un 1 N-e iles will he retur .ed by tlrst
DE Fl ANCE NEEDLE CO.,
US Brostlway, New York.
L RP PORTABLE
? in c ;u t. e lpn
iii?, .-ill'. ?><r/( IV iflUll!,
GOOD, DURABLE AND CHEAP.
slilp|ied Heady for U-o.
Mauuraclinetl hy till \ PM A N ?feCO..
?W.Sontl lor a Catalocuc.
'I lie lui pro veil Hiicceas WnaliliiKtrinclilne.
|l40jrj00wnrlh sold in 3years
and Kive universal sntisLic
tloii. Ii waabes all sl/.e?
of ulnlhlDK includliiK Bed
spreads. . Lace collars,
without Injn -y. Hair do7.en
shirts are de med In 8 min
utes, Including soiled wrisl
hanns. Po.- r Machines for
LaundrlcF loonier. Forde
ncrlptivc i H in ph le t addre s
YORK M'K'O I u.. York, Pa.
A?ENTS WAWTEn forthsCENTENNIAL
A tm it furexery Auierlrun. r-eil? ovurywlieieal
ittjli . Fin ni n Teachers stu lents, lawyers, mer
usn H il.I directors, manufacturers, MUT linn -
i.s sh pp i t sn Minen, men nf learning, anti men
i\ no i-no mil v ri nd, old and young, all want, it lor
.\i-ryd.n reference.and UM. shows Brand re.-inlts
ni l?? youri projiieHS. A whole library.-Boston
Ho r. i\ot n luxury, but a necessity -InterOcean.
?.esl Miling book published. Oootl pay. Wini 1 ten.
i?i . in e.ery nty of lo.oon. Address J.C MuCU HD Y
t CO.* pub's. Cln. O ?Chicago, Ml; or St. I^HIIM. Mo.
JV n ?VJ
DO YOUR OWN PRINTING!
" PRINTING PRESS.
_h or 1*11.1, Mai,,,i ni |im| Artiitt(-nr
v-rintpr*, H.-iiooU, Nocletlea. .linn
?.,nlrJujrc-rNi Mei-eliiint?, und othcri Htj
M.,- B-E8T ev. r inynitnl. I.'I.OOO tn nan.
Ton Btylaj, Tricca from ? 6.00 to sir-o.oo
BEN J. O. WOODS di 1:0. Manufra und
r.Ti m ? r?5? 'T'.1" ?" y""u ut -?Ilntl i* Mnterlnl,
i.i.d .lanij. for Catalogue. ) 40 Fed .ral Bt. Boatt n"
J s. Wlnrtnw & Co., sh p
Brr-kers, Portland, Me . ?ny : -
ajg. 'We honestly tnlnk your Sea
^FOMn superior m all other
Baking Powders "
" Weil, 'tone ?fe to., (troc?is,
SprliiKlleld. Mass , sav :-" Sea
roam combines all the qoall
Ue? ."fi'foo lu a llrst-Masi
BskiiiK Powder." Try it.
'. It ls Inst the thin i tor ilys
peptha and weak pemtuis, and
hsi>er still for the stron? and
vvrll." Many valuable c Mtklng
recipesseoi ire?. Kend for cir
cular to Ceo F. (lanty. ?fe Co..
li? Liiaue s tr? et, New York.
'piH K bE v. oi.der tu! Cards enable soy eue tn per.
J. form tha ruosi astonishing Tricks wlthoutTde
ectiou. . Uh them, and with the same lards you
an-how all eight spots, all deuces, all ted i pots
ir all black, ?fee. Toe pack ls put up in a neat
..rapper and seit to any address tor oulv 21 ? ents
ld ires* J M. FOLSOM ?fe IO Box fit. Bristol
'aluable Information ?Bf those who nr.- mar led ?if
oriiemplaie marriage, Price llfly i:<>nta ny mall.
V?l<i re ts Da. BUTTS' DISPENSARY, I? North
?ehth street. St. Louis. Mn.
TBK KI?ABTIO TRUSS
AND SUPPORT KU 18
now superseding all
others be? ai* adopted
everyTTIII-re by Hie lead
iu? physicians, sur
geons, druggists, nrmy
um! navy, hospitals,
gy mnaalums eic.
Tue success and nniver
Hal satisfaction they
have given, ns well as the ureat number of radies.)
eur ti they have efleoted. bas demonstrated the lact
thal rupture can be sw dp cured without Buttering
or munn ance, and without the dooper of incurring
Spinal discaseondParaimis, orien caused by these
vi re pressure or Metal Trusses and Supporters. It
ls the only sure cure foi Hernia, as il ls the only
Truss In use hal will hold the rupture securely in
all positions in which the body can be placed. It
will perform radical cures when all others tall, ll
can be worn willi ouse and comfort, when nosptlog
truss cnn be used. \Vhuu once adjusted no million
Of the body or accident cAu displace it These In
Htiumenls have the vnqunllflrd approval of the
most eminent practitioners I i ill? profession.
From the numerous testimonials io our IH^SCS
Rion we append the following*
'. After the experience nf months, patients test!
fy strongly to the efficacy, as well as to Um ?MC and
freedom fro.u Inconvenience with which nm In
strument ls worn. With superior advantages, thc.
hlastie Truss possesses In ii lilirli denr?e ADD re
nuis?tes and i|ualilicntions einimed lor other inven
tions. I have no lieslt itlon lu regarding ll ?san
imnorlaut mcnutt for the relief nod eurool Her
nia' J. M\ CA UNO'ill AN. M D.
'. K.x Health Office of the Port or New York Sur
geoii-ln-Chlef ? r New-York Slate lloplsial." rte.
OK?. V Hoi'sic. M. 1)., .superintendent Klnsltc
Dear fitr .- After suffering lor tlilily years. In
my ownjiersou, from Hie uso of every furni of
Metalle Truss procurab'e In Hi's country and In
Knrope. I. two years ano. applied your Starte,
Trie.', and since that lime I ' ave experienced com
fori and satisfaction ami been tnu lit the muli
that Hie H lastlc Truss is the only Instrument that
should be used for toe n-lier und eure ol' Hernia :
mid now siter mor" than llilrly years' cnntl'iuong
practice, and having adjusted many hundreds ot
Trusses (and Tor the lust twenty mouths yours ex
elusively) 1 sratcfully declare ll to be my delmer
ate fill iilnn. Hint %,ntir Mastic Trntx IK the only mic
entitled to the conlideiice ol'Hie publie ; that eins
lleil> ls the only power al all adapted lo the re
?lulremenl? of a 1 russ or supporter, and am con
vinced that flour Ainslie Ti-u's actually cures n
Inr^e proportion of all casa' to which lt In applied,
not ont, itin-ing children, but In numerous canes
?Itlnn m v own knowledge of pat I'-nlH Irom .VI lo
73 vea rs of aie. H. BU lt v H * M. M.l>
Pibf of Anatomy and Surgery, N. Y. K. Medical
I ollege _
Itcware ol cheap and wort ..ens imitation ISIasllo
Trusses, which some parties advertise and i-ell.
Inimtnleiilly ref resenting that tle.y are inailllfac
lured by the Klustlo I russ Co
I hCBe 1 russes ?re sent by mall lo all paris ni the
country. Satisfaction guaranteed In all cases.
Heron- purchasing anv oilier, write tor Descriptive
I Ire lar (free) lo the
n LAST1V TH?SS COnt?-A"VY,
683, Broadway, New York.
CimiLSI'ONUUNCK IM VI I'KI)
With persois des'ring lo exchange Aeiiherii or
Western Lauds, lepreclated corporation bom'? or
debtsofanv kimi lor St. Inuits property Rurgailis
Rrucured for in vi alors In Kt. Louis property, and
ill Information as to value and titles lmpailed lo
clients IVKKTeorT. HICKMAN ?ti RA IN v. Counsel
lors, arc retained to prosecute all litigation pertain
ing to niles corporations, etc. B B. WAPHKI.L,
InveRtitiK A Rent, 516 Pine -treot, ? t Louis. .M i
PORTABLE GRINDING MILLS.
Itch! i i . ii.-ii nurr-lllTspiii
lippi i-i mini i >, r<n* Farm III
Men-limit Woi-I*. Snin
?-lor .tim .Nt?iii?-M ot ?il
H?ZI-H. <;?-miiiie lintel! .lu
ker nolliui; ?'Ililli. .Hill
I'icliH. teni Hu-lh-rs mid
i-|,..,ii. i-, li.-nritic, Hlinflins,
Pull;,-, lliiny.rs, in-., nil kind i
ul Mill M.l.-lllll. I V ?uni Milh-rs'
Mipplits. t-i-ml for Pamphlet.
Sli-aiili Mill 4'<HII|iiill.-i
I lox 1 CIO. Cliiciiiimll. o.
rpHK Sfcoml Annual Fair of the AericulHiral.
JL dechanicHl and ttorllcultnrui Assoclu'ion ol
Mobile, will be In-Ill Tuesday, April 27; IHTS. ami
continue il>-e days The most beautiful gtuind
lu the Mi .ll I ll Most del lu h I till drives In tin- World
live ry iirraligement made for the eojoynient ol
visitors Xoeiitr.- lee charged exhibitors. Hm-cs
each iluy ol'the Fair. Itatlroads and Mteiiuiii'iitts
carry pas eagers und articles for ct h bi I ion at
half ru ts end lo - e?retary lor Pieiiiium 1,1st.
Buy an excursion Ticket ami come lo the Fa'r.
WILBOB.'S OOMPOUHD OF
PURE COD LIVER I
OIL AND LIME.
Wilbur's Cori Liver UH amt Lime Hie
great popularity of this sale and etllcacious prepar
ation is alone attributable lo ns Intrinsic wo. th. I ti
(be coreel coughs, colds, asthma. hronrullt-t.Arriif
ti 'ona tumors, whooping cough, and all consmop
tlve symptoms lt h .s no superior. If etina1, l.el no
one neglect lue euriv i> mptotm of disease, wh -n
an ngeitl ls thu < at band will ll will alleviate all
complaints nf Hie chest, lutins or thro it. Minni
factored only by A ? IV I ..BOR. Chemist, Bos
ton. Hold hy a.I druggists.
No. 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, He
'Olltlnilt-a U) lr, nt ?ll etttS Of nl ll.rlr, to tiisrrli?? blot.
Itiil^rl?i-?, evrrr ailrarut or alckuraa whli-h mulla fr. o
'..M." "S.. In>l""<tencr. willi unparallclrit anoof,,
Hr. W.? ratatill-ihnieni I. rharlrrni liy tba anno JI Hu
Mtjrl, ara. fo.jRi-ij anil ba? hrru . t ..>;.-',, 1 lo i*;-..
mt', n-rlalii a int iclinbln rt-ll?-f. li.inn n grad-iV-r >
t'.vrrnl miitl--.il coilritr.i. ?ntl haring ihc rircrlcnm th
Hr.* ??ni aiKC?ar-d Ills In hi. .Met aid tl bs ha. pertreug
T-niMlr? thal aro pSectiMl io alt ihr.r caat-a. lilt patim.tt
a.n ix-iotj uvated by matt c.- eiprraa STcrywbera M
m .orr who; ljllr-4. ,:nll ur writ--. Kron, lb* irt-at HIT
IT cf a|.|..i- m..,,. t"- I. cr.abli-d m kfep i,?. ihnraf
'.*? ati pngra. FIVIHK fun ?rmptoua, fi r tan ..lamp?
IN\of'? ? pnp.il.tr hini -.hi:li aboulil lag n-nd b) -.rrj
I-IHII .NO mjfrli-d pair, or ? - , . cnnirp--latina- mai
"hhont lt. lt contain .",-,t .n .
il -i lllrrHiurt-"u ibu anbjcot, lt.? rsisllaor" Ut -I I
..oi: fipTitn-r: .. ., ?tic b?,t Ibnuabla fr. m la'. ?-r?i
' KlJ'r? '' * * m.s ""Ol aaalwf, ,"...,""i |"r ??
A certain and sure cure, without Inconvenience,
?nd st home. An antidote that stands purely on ita
own merits. Send fur my quarterly msgazlno (?
coi.li you. nothing), conlalnlngcertlncatcs of hundreds
tUit have been permanently cured. I claim to havo
dlicovercd and produced tho FIRST, ORIGINAL XXD
OWLY BORK OTJBK TOB OPIUM SATINO.
T ?, S??JL' B' COL.LIN8, t.a Porte, Ind.
B. M.WOOLBY, Sole Agt. Southern States,
_ At lulita, Ga.
JHAIHTtCUKED at Bomo. No
Publicity. Terms moderate.
Time short. Four years of un
paralleled HUCOI-HS. Describe coso.
^AAA and expenses a mouth to agents. Address
.P?aCVW A. I* STODDARD. Jonesville, Mich
Dr..!. Walker's California Vin?
('gar lill tors ari) a purely Vegetable
prepara, lott, mn<lo chiclly from tho na
tive hort..* fouiul oh tho lower rangea ol
the Siena Nevada mountains of (Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of widen
arc extracted therefrom without tho uso
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked, "What is th?? cause of tho
unparalleled success td' VINEGAR HIT
TEKS?" Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
.rs his health. They aro tlie great
Mond purifier ami ? life-giving principi?;
ti perfect Hcnovator and Invigonitor
the system. Never beforo in tho
history nf' thu work! has a medicine boon
?omtMmitth?l possessing th? remarkable
paddies ol' VIN KOA it lO t TKHS in healing tho
sick of eve discus*! inuit is heir to. They
ni' a genii? !'i -;ialive as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Iiiilainmatiun oj
the bivur ?nd Visceral Organs, in iiiliouo
The properties of fui. WALKER^
VINKOAK HITTKUS?ru Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic.
'(.dative. Cinmter-irriUutt. Siulbrific, Alters,
iv. and A mi bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vrjf
EGAR BITTERS the most wonderful lr>
vigorant that over Eustained tho sinking
No Person can tako theso Bitter?
accordintj to directions, and romain lonft
unwoll, provided their bones aro not de
stroyed by mineral p~!son or othet
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious, Remittent and Inter*
mitteilt Fevers, which are so preva?
lent in the valleys of our great rivera
throughout the United States, especially
those of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, lied, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
catiro country during tho Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of'unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de?
angements of tho stomach and liver,
md other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exorting a pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for tho purposo equal to
DR. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS,
as they will speedily removo tho dark
colored viscid matter with which tile
bowels aro loaded, at tho samo tirofx
stimulating the secretions of tho liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy
functions of tho digestive organs.
Fortify thc body against disease
ny purifying all Its fluids with VINEGAR
BITTERS. NO opidomic can tako hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of tho Stomach, Bad Tasto
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of tho Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lungs, Pain in tho region of the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, aro the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Ono bottle will provo a bettor guarantee
of its morita than a longthy advertise
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Nock,
Hoi tro, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
j Sores, Eruptions of tho Skin, Boro Eyes, atc.
In these, aa in all other constitutional Dis
eases, "WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS nave
shown their great curativo powora in tho
most obstinate and intractable coses.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
IMieiimatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fovors, Diseasea ol
tho Blood, Livor, Kidnoys and Bladder,
theso Bitters bavo no equal. Such Diseases
aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Biscases.-Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such aa
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-houtcrs, and
Minors, as they ndvanco in lifo, aro sabjoot
to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
against this, toko a doso of WALKER'S Yul?
HOAR BITTERS occasionally.
For Skin Diseuses, Eruptions, Tet
tor, Salt-Khotun, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
I'hHtuloB, Boils, Carbuncles, King-worms,
Scald-hood, Soro Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch.
Scurfs. Discolorations of thc Skit!, Humors
and Diseases of tho Skin of whatever name
or nature, aro lito'rally dug np and carried
out jf tho system hi a short limo by tho ase
of thoso Hitter:!.
Pin, Tape, ami other Worms,
lurking in tho system of so many thousands,
aro oflcctnally destroyed and removed. N>
system of medicino, no vermifuges, no an
tiiolminittcs will freo tho system from worms
liko thoso Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, nt tho dawn of wo
manhood, or tho turn of lifo, thoso Tonio
Bitters display so decided an influonce fbnk
improvotnont is soon perceptible.
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood when
ever j'on find its impurities bursting throngh
tho skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Koros;
cleanso it when you find it obstructed And
sluggish in the veins; cleanso it when it is
foal ; your feelings will toll voa when. Keep
tho blood pure, and tho health of tho system
it. ii. MCDONALD A co..
Druggists und Oe.n. A gt?.. Sun Francisco, Cnllforrla,
ind cor. of Washington nnd Chnrlton St?.. N. Y.
Hold hv ul I OJ imd n< n l< c ..
MORPHINE HABIT ?r-eedity
cured t>y Dr. tieck a only
known and suro Remedy.
r treatment until cured. Call on or address
DR. J. C. BECK,
'.12 John Strcot, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
WHEN wrllli g to advertisers please mentlou
the name of thin naper. No. 10 S. N. li.
for advertising in ANY nowBpnnor boiorft-aotlnja
my now ( atal<i?ne of 'iver ON IC TIIOI'SAM?
Papen. S. P, HAN HORN, li* Monroo-Bt.,ChlraRO,Ill,