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Stand Int; Committees. SKSATH. Privileges and Elections Morton , chairman; Lojran, Mitchell, Wadleiph. Cameron (Wis.), McMillan, .Salisbury, Mernmon, Cooper. Eoreiim IMittions Cameron (Penn.), chair man; Morton, Hamlin, Howe, Frelingliuyfieii, Conklinjr, McCreery, Hogy, Eaton. Finance Sherman, chairman; Morrill (Vt), Ferry, Frertnjrhity?en, Logan, ISouUtcII, Jones (Nev.), Itayanl, Kernan. Appropriations Morrill (Me.), chairman; WiiKlom, West. Sargent, Allison, Dorsey, Da vit!, Withers, Wallace. Commerce Coiiklinir. chairman; Spencer, lioutwcll, Cameron fWis.),Iiurnside, McMillan, IJansom, Dennis, McDonald. Manufacture Robertson, chairman; JJooth, Itruce. Emr.li.-li, Wallace. Agriculture Frelinhiiysen, chairman; Hob crton, Harvey, Davis, .Ionian. Military Affair- Lojraii, chairman; Cameron (I'enn.)," Spencer, Clayton, Wndlojh, llurn bide, (ionlon. Itamlolplf, Cockrell. N'aval Affairs Cranin, chairman; Anthonv, Morrill (Me.), Sargent, Conover, Norwood, Whyto. Jinticiary lMmunds, chairman; ("onklinfr, Frelinghuyscn, Wright, Howe, Thurman, Ste-vent-nn. Post-offices and I'ost-roads Hamlin, chair man; Ferry, Dorsey, .Tones (Nev.), Dawes, Paddock, Sau'.sbury, Maxey, Key. Public Lands Oglesby, chairman; Winilom, Harvev, Hamilton, Paddock, IJooth, Kellv, Mc Donald, .Tones Florida). Private Land Claims Thurman, chairman; JIayard, Itoirv, Edmunds, Christiancy. Indian Affairs Allison, chairman; Oglesbv, Morrill (Me.), lngalls, Clayton, llogy, Mc Creery. Pensions lngalls, chairman; Allison, Hamil ton, l'ooth, l'.ruce, McDonald, Withers. Revolutionary Claims Stevenson, chairman; Johnston, ioldihwaito, Morrill (Vt. , Writrht. Claims Wright, chairman; Mitchell, Wad leigh, Christiancy. McMillan, Cameron (Wis.), Caperton, Cockrell, Jones (Floriila). Dir-trirt of Columbia Spencer, chairman; Hitchcock, Dorsey, lngalls, Kobertson, Merri niun, English. Patent- Wailleigh, chairman; Windom, JJawc?, .Johnston, ivornan. Public. lUiildins ami (.rounds Morrill (Vt.), chairman; Cameron (I'enn.), Paddock, Cooper, Whrte. Territories Hitchcock, chairman; Cragin, atterson. Chrintiancy , Sharon, Cooper, Maxey. Railroads West, chairman; Hitchcock, Cra gin, Howe, Hamilton, Mitchell, Dawes, Ransom, Kelly, Caperton, Katon. Mines and Mining argent, chairman; Ham ilton, Alcorn, Harvey, haron, Uoldthwaite, Randolph. Revi-ion of the Laws of the United states Itoutwell, chairman; Alcorn, Chrir-tiancy, Ca perton, Wallace. Education and Labor Patters'-n , chairman; Morton, Morrill (Vt.), P.urnsidc, ltrtice, Sharon, Gordon, Maxey, Key. Civil service and i;etrencnment Clayton, chairman McCreerv, Randolph. To Audit and "'ontrol the Contingent Expenses of the Senate .Jones (Nov.) , chairman; Dawes, Dennis. Printing Anthony, chairman; Sherman, SauNbury. Library Howe, chairman; Edmunds, Ran som. On Rules Ferry, chairman; Hamlin, Merri mo'i. Engrossed Rills Layard, chairman; Withers, Anthony. Enrolled Rills Conover, chairman; Robert son, Kelly. On the" Levees of tue Mississippi River Al corn , chairman ; Clavton, Harvev, Cooper, Cock roll. To Examine the Several P.ranches of the Civil Servic' i;)utwell, chairman; Conkling, Merri man, Eaton. On Transportation Routes to the Seaboard Windom, chairman; Sherman, Weft, Conover, Mitchell, Rurnside, Norwood, Davis, Johnston. iuh'si:. Election Harris of Va., Thompson, Plack burn, Rebec, Hom-e, DeRolt, I'opplcton, Hoar, W-llsof Miss , Raker of Ind. , Rrown of Kan Ways and Mean: Morrison, Wood, Hancock, Hill, hapin. Tucker, Rlainc, Kelley, Cariielil, Rurchard, Thomas Appropriation: R.indall. llolman. Wells of Mo., Atkins, Hamilton of N. J. . Rlounl, Single ton. Wheeler, Hale, Fo.-ter. Waldron. Ranking and Currency Cox of N. V , Paine ofO , Goode of Va , Gibson of La., llaymond of Ind. . Rurchard of Wis. , Wike of 111 , Towns end of Pcnn., Fames of R I., Hubbell of Mich Pacific Railroad Lamar. Atkins, LuUrcll, AValkcrof Va., Lvnde, Throckmorton, Thomas of Md., Phillipsof Mo., Garfield, Kasson, L'latt, O'Neill, J'.lair Judiciary Knott, Hiinton, Ashe. Lymle, Lord, Hiird, Caulfield, McCreerv, Lawrence, Frye, Starkweather. Public, Lands Savler, Goodin, Fuller, Mc Karland, W alling, Clause, Lane, Hathonie, Mc Dill, Morey. Crounse. Foreign Affairs Swann, Faulkner, Ranks, Rarnum. Ely, Hamilton of Ind., Springer, For nev. Monroe. Williams of Wis., Packer. .Military Affairs Ranning, Glover, Williams of Mich., Terry, Cook, Reilly of I'enn., Hard enburg, Macbougall, Thofnburg, Htirlbtit, Strail. Commerce Hereford, Ward, Durand, Rea gan, Piper. Kehr. Pierce, Felton, Hunter, Ross of I'enn.. Dunnell. Post-offices and Post-roads Clark of Mo., Waddell, Luttrell, Ainsworth of Iowa, Walker of N. Y., McMahon. Stannard, Cannon, Miller, Stowell, Wallace of N. C. Claims Rright, Neal. Rrown of Ky. , Robbins of N. '., Tarbox, Cochrane, Phillips of Mo. , ?ass, Rradlev, ( asson. War claims E len, Millikin, Warren. Cabell, Ellis, Kew, Cahlwell, Congers, Smith of Penn., "Wilson of Iowa, Haskins. Naval Affairs Whitthorne, Lewis, Mills, Jones of N. II. , Willis, Williams of Del., Rob bins of Penn., Rurlcigh, Harris of Mass., Fames, Danford. Revision of Laws Durham, Southard, Rell, Metcalfe, Tesse, Douglass,, Sparks, Crapo, Den ison, Oliver, Robinson. Education and Labor Walker of Va. , Lamar, Faulkner, Cutter, Slinger, Clark of Mo., Spring er, Hoar, Magoon of Wis., White, Nash. District of (. olumbia Ruckner, Neal. Phelps, Cate, Hartringe, Hinkle, Stevenson, McCreerv, Willard, Hcndee, Phillips of Kan. Public Ruidings and Grounds Ilolmnn, Wells of Mo. , Harrison, Cook, Hewitt of N. Y., Walsh, Young, Williams of Mich. , Woouworth, l'laistcd, Kimball. Patents Vance, Rogley of N. Y. , Douglass. Landers, Hartzell, Clarke of N. Y., Smith of Ga., Concer, Dobbins, Sampson, Hoge. Invalid Pensions .Tenks. Rogley of 111., Wil son of W. Va., Rliss, Hewitt of Ala., Rice, Yates, Rusk, Sinnickson, Purnam, Itainey. Revolutionary Pensions Hunter, Rla'nd of Mo., Phelps, (Markcof Kv., Hurd, Davis, Schu macher, Townsend of N. Y. , Dobbins, Hender son. Williams of N. Y. Indian Affairs Scales, Wilshire, IJoone, Sparks, Hooker, Morgan, Lane, Seelcy, Page, Van Voorhes. Expenditures in Navy Department Bebee, Mills, Sheakley, Raker of N. Y. Expenditures in State Department Springer, Thompson, Caldwell, Wallace. Leavenworth. Expenditures in Treasury Department Ely, Bright, Hartzell, Williams of Mich., Plaisted. Accounts Williams of Ind., Roberts, Powell, Haskin, Fort. Expendifires in War Department Clymer, ltobbinsof N. C, Rlackburn of Kan., Danford. Expenditures in Post-oflicc Department Stone, Iteagan, Walker of N. Y., Stowell, Adams. Expenditures in Interior Department Muteh ler, Roone, Anderson, Woodworth, Tufts. Expenditures in Department of Justice Caul field, Chandler, House, Starkweather, Joyce. Mileage Egbert, Bradford, Odell, Casweil, Walls. Printing Vance of O. , Singleton, Ballon. Committee of Rules The Speaker, Itandall, Cox, Rlainc. Banks. Enrolled Rills Harris of Ga. , Hamilton of Ind., Darrcl. Librar- ( lvmcr, Waddell, Monroe. Select Committee on Centennial Celebration Hopkins, Hancock, Rarnum, Ranks, Harrison, O'RrienJWilliams of N.C , Hardenburg, KeXey, Blaine, Lawrence, Raker of N. Y. , Rainev. Weights and Measures Stephens of Ga., O'Rrien, Potter, Sayler, Parsons of X. Y. , Chit tenden, Secley, Tufts. Territories Southard, Caldwell, Mutchler, Franklin, Mead, Culberson, Wiggenton, Fort, Mackey, BayleyofN. Y., Patterson. Agriculture -Caldwell, Harris of Ga., Maist, Davis, Rea, Goodin, Anderson, Smith of Penn. , Busk, Van Voorhes, Smalls. Mines and Mining Bland,' Turncv, Durham, Potter. Odell, Gibson, Campbell, Evans, Wood burn, Caswell, Lynch. Private Lund Churns Gnnter, Ruckner. Par sons, Chandler, Levy, Ainsworth, Kctchum, Joyce, Cannon, Lapha'm. Public Expenditure Millikcn, Perry, Hatch er, Cowan, Dibrell, James, Reillev, Campbell of 111., Whiting, Norton, Wood of I'enn., Har alson. Railways and Canals .Tones, of Ky. , Stone, Savage, Meade, Schleicher, Mackey of Penn., Landers, Davt, Henderson, Frost," Hoge. Mississippi Levees Ellis, Hatcher, Wilshire, Money, Roberts, Young, .sheakley Durell, Whiting, Morey, Wallace of Penn. Reform in Cfvil Service Whitehouse, Rrown of Kv., Throckmorton, Pavne, Collins, DeRolt, Cutter, Hurlbut, Harris" of Mass., Foster, Leavenworth. Manufactures Stone, Dibble, Ross of N. J., Williams of Ala., Hopkins, Money, Rurchard, Farwell, Rallou, Williams of X. Y.", Hymen. Interesting Discovery of Ancient Pottery in St. Francois County, Ho. Those interested in antiquarian re searches, says the St. Louis Republican of the 22(1, will liiul matter for specula tion in some curious relics deposited on Monday in the Centennial case in the rotunda of the Southern Hotel. The relics consist of numerous specimens of aboriginal pottery, arrow-heads, imple ments of stones for dressing skins, ele. The pottery is particularly worthy of twit n "i - ,f lwl t, r.? i s i ,fi,ww il.klttwf anterior to the modern Indians sup posed by some to belong to that mythi cal period known to ethnologists as the stone period, while the arrow-heads and i stone axes are common to a quite re 1 cent period, and are found strewn all over tue continent. j lie pottery was found in the ancient tumuli about two ! and a half miles from Farming-ton, in j St. Francois County. They consist ' principally of driuking-vcssels made of ' linked elav, and are in general gourd ; shaped, with the neck extending out j straight from the center of the globular vessel. The head of the upright neck is I frequently capped with tin; rude head Wright, Oglesby, Alcorn, Patterson) of the fox or other wild animal, forming ' a very correct likeness. One of the ves ! sels represents a bird, standing on its legs, the body forming a capacious vh j sel for the holding of water, with the j tail on level with the claws, and as- sisting in keeping the vessel upright, i The vessels are of various sizes, from eight inches in diameter across the j swell of the globe down to a miniature ! pot- the size of a modern salt-cellar. Jn one ot these vessels was iound a speci men of cale-hyhen spar, and in another a fragment of a quartz ervstal. The j larger ves.-el, which is a very perfect j oblate spheroid, is surrounded with col ored zig-zag bands tinted with blue, ver milion and white, but whether the colors j are imbedded in the material or put on vvilli a brush is uncertain, though on casual inspection me lormer conjecture seems to be the true one. IJcsides the drinking dishes, there are some shallow vessels resembling the chemist's evap orating dish, and also a small spoon, silicified, with the howl adapted to a capacious mouth, and with a very short handle. There are also numerous frag ments of pottery. Among others a llat tened stone, roughened on one side with geometrical lines, and said to be a piece of a co Hiii found in the tumuli. The person who was digging in the locality struck two inclined .stones, and keeping on with his work at length came to a stone slab, and on removing the slab found underneath a stone collin. The eollin was tilled with sand, but having nothing but a grubbing hoe as fast as he hauled out the sand the overlying dirt tumbled down and interrupting his work he became discouraged and re placing the slab, and shoveling on the dirt allowed the old mummy, whose sands of life were running too fast for him to sleep nwny until some future ex plorer resurrects him. It is to be re gretted that these exhumations are not made by persons qualified to make a note of the associated relics, their exact From the Mi'-souri Republican (St. Louis). A Itemurkable 1'rofesnloiial Success, Anions the notable professional men of this country who have achieved extraordi nary success is Dr. R. V. Pierce, of RuHalo, N. Y. The prominence which In has attained has been reached through strictly legitimate means, and. so far, therefore, he dc.-erves the enviable reputation which hr enjoy-. This largv nn a.-ure of success is the re.-iilt of a thorough and careful preparation for hi calling, and i. tensive reading during a long and unusually large practice, which have enabled him to gain high commenda tion, fven from his professional brethren. Devoting hi attention to certain specialties of the .-Virnce he has so carefully iiue-ti-gated, he ha-- been rcward"d in it remarkable degree. In these specialties helms become a recognized leader. Not a few of the renie- ! dies prescribed by him have, it is said, been adopted anil pre-eribed by physicians in their pri ate practice. His pamphlets and larger works have been rcci ived as useful contribution- to medical knowledge. Me has recently added another, and pcrhaps niore important, work, becau-c of more gen eral application, to the li-t of hi- publishi d writings. This book, entitled "The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser," is de signed to enter into general circulation. Dr. Pierce has received acknowledgments ami honors from many -ources, and especially seieiitilie degrees from two of the first med ical hibtitutious in the land. SnirxcK's Pci.monic Svnri'. Ska Wei:h Tonic n Mamiuake Pi U.S. These deservetllv cele brated mill popular meilicines have effected a rev olution in tin-healing art, and proved the fallacy of several maxims which have for many years ob structed the progrc.-- of medical science. The fal-e supposition that " Coii-umpiioii is incurable"1 deterred plivsician- from attempting to liml reme-d:c- for that disea-e. and patient- afflicted with it reconciled tlicm-clves to death without making an efloit to escape from a doom which lhev siippo-ed to be unavoidable. It i- now proved, however, that f'OHswiipion can cuniL and that it fii bttn cured in a very great number of cases (some :f them .-ipp-.iently de-perate one-) by Schcnck'n Pulmonic Syrup alone: and in other Vase- by the same medicine in connection with ScheuekV Sea Weed Tonic and Mandrake PilN. one or both, ac coiding to the requirements of the case. Dr. ?i henck himself, who enjoved uninterrupted good health for more than foity years, wa- sim-po-cd. at one time, to be at the very" gate of death, his phy-ician- having pioaoiiuced lns ca-e hope-le--. and abandoned him to his fate. He was cured by the aforesaid medicines, and. since his renjvery. many ihoii'-aiid- similarly affected have used Dr. Schenck's pieparutious with the same re markable -ucce-s. Full directions accompany each, making it not absolutely neces-ary to per-onally see Dr. Schelic k unless patients wish their lungs examined, and for this purpose he is pioft's-ioiially at hi- princi pal office, corner Sixth and Arch sticet-. Philadel phia, every Monday, where all letters for advice mii-t be addie-sed. Schenck's medicines are sold by ail druggists. Rooks, Kiirlou GorxlP. Sporting Artlclen, etc.. li'l-ii.-vge r.ook for two :-cent stamps. BALDWIN & CO., Ill Nassau St., X. V. I fc 1 A o SCO a "Werlc and Kvpenses. or Si 0(1 for- rpjtxf felted. AH the new and htandard Novelties. uarniiior-. cic, R. L. 1-1 DO YOU WANT MOftEY Male or Female. Send your address and jret someililiic that will bring you In Imiuiralily ovcrSITid a inonth.sure. IXVKNTORS I'MU.V, 17a Greenwich stroet. 2ew York. aids. etc. Valuable SamplcA free with Circulars. I FLLTCIini:, 111 Chambers street, New York. 1 IIK WHAT IS IT. Something new. Sells at cents and statin. As-'ent-lue. F. S. td'KCIAI.TY wautcd. Send for Cata CO., 7 Fulton St., Rostou nan AHTED iiVIElEBiATE ."i7 Mure Yotuifr M n to I -.i'- . Tl I. KttR.U'll Y. (.o'l -i iiiM. i. ., i' teed, ddrcss. witli stain :i. -i . t- ' 1 s TKMifS T I M'. Tfc.Il v!M (omcany. it i: i: 1. 1 .. oi;:. ISfASHIXCTOX, I). C, 1. O. BOX 4'.'5. W. C. Ottiitt, Att'j-nt-Lsiw. Correspond denee solicited from any nut' having biiMiiesNorde-ir-Ingany Iiilormatlon from the Seat of Government. 1000 TOXS waxtj:i 'OR CASH. POPK IKON ,t M1CTA I. CO., cor. .It li and Pine .St reels, St. Louis. 5ff A .MU. I ll. Agents wanted everv CB where. Rusincss honorable ami tirs't Bf class. Particulars sent free. Address v .1. WORTH ,t CO., St. Louis, Mo. $2 1 w IBM I I'KIt WKKK (.I-AKANTKF.T) TO Agents. Malearnl Female, pi their iwn lo cality. Tc-ms and Ovrt i r I-'keb. Address P.0.VR.KKRY fcCO., A'igu-ta, Maine. Tilt lle-t of All Gooti Company. The D ANBURY NEWS I'NKQC M-EI) AS A HOME PAl'ER. Terms, now. S'-i.lO per vcar. After .Jan. 1 , 176, (. iMi-iape paid." s- Id by alt Nev.s!ealers. Sei.d stamp fur spec. n. en Copy. BAIliK Y vV UOXOVAX, Uanbury, Conn. FISTIC J ft TV 11C VI MACHINES. loe:ilcomjiiiie,C1iromos, Steel Kngravings Pho. ' iHgrapns, M-rap-liooK l'lctiires. Mottoes, etc. Flejrant -ample-and cataloguesent post-pahl for P ets. Ag'ts wanted. .I.I-.Patten.tCo, lg William SI..N.Y. -I REVOLVERS!!? 5ETKX SHOT W.w '',. liii; l:...i..r 5,nt wiik Vv I kit- r'lcl for Iill Pli:i Sit-r,;tia rinraitcJ IllititriUd " $3.00 lunuis ! AGENTS What Shall We Do? It is no wonder that we hear this question on every corner. So many are dying sud denly of diseases of the brain in these days that everyone is al.'.rnied, and is asking: ' What shall we do?" There is alarm on ac count of (li..ine-s of the head, a whirling sensation when ri-ing up suddenly, a bad, " all-gone" sensation at the pit of the stom ach, like the gnawing of an ulcer, with a feeling like a load after eating, pain- in the back, sides and ihest, at tim s, with costive bowels, .-canty, high-colored urine, some times voided with pain, appetite poor, r.nd when food is eaten it oftentimes distrcs-c-: the skin, alter a time, becomes dark, cold and clammy, eyes sunken and tinged with yellow, spirits dejected, with, evil forebod ings. When any of tlie.-e symptoms are present no time should be lost in Using a proper remedy. The one that we. have known to operate with the most certainty i the miaki:i: F,.vriiA-r of Root- mi Crnv Ti i: Svnri' (not a patent medicine), sold bv Ii ug-i-t- and A. te, 3lj Pearl strei t New York. lU'KXirrr's Cocoainr. .SVc udvertiscme7it, Wkston has .sailed for England. Now if lie would only get to walking somt night in his sleep: Cincinnati 'Times. Fako is. licensed at Elko, Cal., for silOO ; ii quarter. L.ind Morphine Habit absolutely and "iieedi'v cured. Painless moniiblici- 4 xv. Fv.id stamp for particulars. Dr. 3i0arlton, liSX ashinj;ton-i:t,Chic:tKO Allwxjit it Thousands of llvetan Million, of property saved by It For tunes made vvith It. Address Ltw- inoton Bros.. New York or Chicago. $10 to 25 per Day other encrccticyounc men to sell .in article a STAPLE as COFl'EE, in Farmers audothrrs in tin r-wn !.. ii.t.hmm1. Particulars Free. Aidr THE CENTENNIAL CO., t- Louis, Mo. Your Name Kleantlv Print ed oil 12 '1 KA.tSl-AKKNT "VI31TI5Q C'AKiiS,)or2j C'cnb. hach card contains a.icrne invisible until htld towanN the li?!it. Nothing like them ever bctore itt"prnl in America. Ili induccmente to AscnU. Novelty I'cintisis Wouks, Ahland, Man. l'rof. Hall'- Alnutc Cmoiiiil is the only preparation, one packise of which will torce the beard to srnw thick and heavy on the smoothest face cuithout injury) in 21 djys in every case, or money cheerlully rc tnmlnl. 2. cent! per package, postpaiil; 3 for .-,0 tents. E. W. JONKS, Ahland. Mans. ADVERTISERS V1u ilesrle to reach country readers can uo so lu the best and cheapest mamier bv uslu one or more Sections Of TlIK (JltKAT NKWSI'Al-EK At'XIMAKY LISTS. Applvto K. K. I'll ATT, "DJack.-ou Mree.l C.hlravo " 3Imnr- Ilenetionary. " M N o v i - Agent's discount on order ot the time to two or more. Kverv lamllv organize sliouid have one. Ad"lr .-s ttpi M n i ' Ii l or- inl'orinatioii od club-. T. STKAKXS, got; Olive St.. St. Louis. -vr i.itierai icrm5 0i l,x- O pTmncrAfnrRpermrl-bqTirl LTaclimes of every description. 'DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS. The ISest Patterns made. Send ' i. for Catalogue. Address DOMESTIC SS WIKG MACHINE CO. Agents Wasted. EW Y OIIK. Smith Organ Co., bostokTmass. TlieSc Standard Instrument:! Sold 1)V 3Insic Dealers Everywhere. AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN, sold TiinorouorT the isiteh state- on tue INSTALLMENT PI. AX ; That is, on a System of Monthly lv merit.". Purchasers -liould asc for 'he smith Awnai Or. I GKS. ClUilLkTUf.-allU IM.-l.CU.al.- u.. .i.l-.it'.ltlOli. K. mu & CO.. Station I), ' Vork, ant auents i.r tiie iler-Uullar I'n.u Stli!ttru i.n-!riti-w It nt. y A3 ,,,ua 2-1 shttti ot iirst-class jaier. tw,tJI tirt -clots puvfloiips, t-UKraved "ilri-r-ijUted pt-nheldrr. jroalen !"n, puioil, :;nd n. valu aldo f"'' SamidH iiui'KiiL'o, uitli elepant jirize. post paid, lir o() cj s. !) i:ie!;i.M. jiost-pa il, 15. ."id- a silivr dcillar punr:iut Mlmonuot tho nine itias; 2-1 silvar dollar-and a rrohl pleco in every Ul) pack 12PS. AKent-' eiretilitr ti"-. I ($1) Tfie Publtaher of $1 . nam . I V tfUJ. ijsUJgBTi A pennv saved here and there Qvfi Sm,-"iuiU- up at I he end of the year. BWlBwaS W'ay MLVEIC TIPPKO l?'v'.-,rJ-li.iep. and V..U will save dollars dTIIK TI7;r in the World. 1 If. Oiviv. ; i..vt r.- .! .satisfaction. .h-;-7 it 40 iiw. iijo.-e jsrcii to mi!, r iur Stow i ; vvus 3ii i .vi. VAiu, .tc. ii ilOUK SOVIL I!liKAI. v'lru-r. IJ?er. .-ui-eter, Kieher. RVr;li HOI) V i'rn i.-es It. Tl." Ladles are all In love with Is. ShMA lilti HOTCAKES. Cf"-rnd at once for ( ircular to gi: . i c; avi"' cc co.. 17 C Online St., cv oi-Jc. AVill llavi'OiirCionils. S-nd l!". Cent- and vv vmI! -cud t ii-aibpri paid, our I. W.X' Kll I.K.IS. with w -.-li iili anv A-r.m .imp. i ' 'it 1 1 - in -i.'j-7 hiu.nfii or L'i'i I in-' ;n !' uii-i- .' La . At same time vve mail you all our ciivuCir.- and terms to :e.'euts on twenty useful hou- liold articles with which any per-on can make ironi S5 to S! daih. We want asi el- cvrrvwherf . NATIONAL AGENTS' WII'OKIDI, UosTOV, .M.V-s. Tl,l- mni-Tn-ccU warn With perfect comfort, ntjrht ami day. Adapts itselfto t-vcrv motion ot the body, retaiuin Ul turc under the hardest exercise or seven's t. strain until permanently cured. Sold cheap by the A IlAXPOMKr.T-Il.I.rSTRATKP. HIGHLY E. rKKTAIX- ixo .IrvEXiLE M vi.AZtKK. t oiitaiiim .-tor.es of ad venture, sketches In na'r.ral hi-tory. fairy stjrles, nocliis. P'17le. etc. wi,fd i-tprr. jir.niiurt tutrt rfirr litis tful i h-trr . w til it iul i Z ! I ff.Ki Mit'Jil zntf. sample c pie- !( cents. No po-ta (.'HAS. w. JliNIvINs. r7 mule House. .New xorK LIVER INVIGORATOR. CompouiKied eiitirely from nms. These GUMS re j move nil morbid i or bad matter I from the: system, , supplying in ' tlseir place n ! healthv flow of 'lile; iiivit;ornt- inijthe.-toiimch, I caiisinir food to I dicost Well; PU j ItlFYIAU TIIE ItLOOIK tone and I - Per-ons ii.sins -houldadajit the do-e to their in dividual COIlHtl tutio n. from a tea-pooi-.full to a tablespooiifull according t ef fect. For all af fections of ihc I.IVi:i:, irreRu- jarities of stoin. i A tlJjj JaritJcs ot bt(iin Civilly iSSi 'ach and IJovvels hcaltlil b-J diseases dcjiend- to the whole mn-IFsl .fe-'ent on ortvuiseil rhinery, rcmov- ' Si bysuchdtniige- ffffSL AST I C . u o o . l'arents renieinher thl.-i. insr the ennse of1 the diseases, ef fecting a radical cure. Asa IVAIiI ILY3IEIICIAE it la UAEUX'AIi and Is AL WAYS SAFE. tnent as Xtklioua attacks, Costive ness. Chronic 1)1- CO LMoiraco.,'.- jarrhaa,l.vspep n sin. JauiidlceatoT ir iFcinnlc Weak'' ; finesses. 1 tabic W snoonfull taken. ax coiiiinencemeiit ot an attack ot tJIClv. H EADACH E cures in l." minutes. YEL LOW or SALLOW SICIIV 31 A 1E YOrTII FUL. by! bottle. TRY IT! For pamphlet containing useful information and all about the Xivcr. address I1S. SAIVFOI5I, Kew York. SOLD IS Y ALL D1SUGG1STS. Vn. r.n Tti-ofiiTivn v. V. A, ritv. ami scni by mail. C all or send for circular andoecured. i Mii'ioiis of doi'ars would he . saveil arlv if i'l would luiv ' ''Aiti.H SCKKW WIRE I'.'i' f-and shoe-. The easiest, i :lr!i"-t ami ino-t d .rihle Shoe I fifr mini. All '-un m- poods j ire -tamped patei.ted. n mm GfAr.AXTEEI) 11V USIXR R. B. PALMER'S Star "Well Aurer, position, mid other dsita witli a view of determining and settling the question of their origin. Otherwise they are comparatively worthless, except as ob jects of curiosity. It is said that many of these remains are found very plenti fully throughout Southeast Missouri, particularly near Ste. Genevieve and in Scott County. In fact these vestiges of a once numerous and powerful race are traceable from the rude fortifications of Canada and Northern New York to the extensive rivers of Central America. But according to Prof. Gage, who ex amined the specimens at the Southern yesterday, all the Peruvian type of pot teiy found on the continent of North America are confined to the Mississippi Valley. The specimens referred to were brought up by Capt. A. L. Whitley of St. Louis, who is acting as a volunteer ajrent for the Centennial. Patented May 5. 1S74. "Vrrnnted to ICor.i Anything cx.-ept Solid Ituck. Wells 50 ft. Deep Sunk in 4 Hours. an horc ."i00 feet deep If necessary. H7i it is I'Hfqualetl m Stikin:l lls Through Ileaey llottitsof jaickand. It li the cheapest and most perfect Well Aujrer ever invented. On ins to the rapidly-increasing demand for our Augers vve have been compelled to remove our manufactory from (. hampaien to ( !.ica:.'o, HI.. w!irewt; are now fully prepared to 1111 all orders proinpt'iv. Hh.hkst Tkstimoniai-s 1"i unimikh. llefo'e Invetiiip in anv other Anders, send for our new I Ununited Catalogue. t- "STIR iVEI.L Al l.!:!! (Ml.," o. :!(l.'5 So. Canal Chir-ran. 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