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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
inai aoiKim (hompat xoimot. OFFICIAL PATKR OF CITY AND COl'NTT "Sold' at Auction." An auction It up for thi place to .lay. Sii put out the IIiIiik in ti-mpliiiK imar; Tut out thmerhair in wliirli MM.r nmiiitiin nt, hell tlH'iiiillofflDr the moal yon run Ki'l- Now briiiR out llir. lonnjic i'l td It down here, To offer such thins II eem rnther 0.11001'; Itut never mlnl I liat. tlioy all nnmt l aold, Ami tinned quickly into (rlltUfring Rnld. Now here mme blankets that kept n " mhir; Ami here aoinr vne, nnd here H nice rue; Ket out till rm ker, kIip'II waul It no mure To rock I it I In 1 - m us in tlipdnvof yore. Thi!r rut-pet , I lir-e picture, nnd here llu Thone i.iiikiiiK utensil-thi trough for hre.'iil, Tiln them up well, and gel all In pond trim, All must he hold hy the anrtioitc-or'a vim. Put them nil up, sir, and talk them off plain, No mailer how keenly we feel the pain; They all mint be wild, ahe'll want them no more, For she ha left ti an'l tionc on hefore. Had arc our lieai In, as we andly look on, An'l hear the loueo of "(Joinit, Roinu-jtotiel" Our heart HII with sa.lnes, our eyes wilh tears, l o oeo them sold, her roller! ion of j-r-nr. our dear nminin.i'A treasure are now all old Carpet, run:, lonnffen-all turned into (told 80 rloao up the house, ahe'll want il no moiq For oho alrcp now og that echoic shore. THE STONE-CUTTER'S STORY. Ho was whistling ovof his work, earn less, irom Inn"; nisUnn, of t he solemn Mgiiitii'uiwe of tho letters Iip was cut ting in the while niiirbli!. Tim .Junn sun was nearly al tho nnd of the day's journey, sinkiti"; slowly to rest upon the bosom of the liroiul Atlantic, whose waves washed the shores of the lilt Id seaport town of Monkton. A stranger, lianilsoniely dressed in pray, with large lustrous brown eyes, ciinio lo the fence that was around tliu yard where tho stone-cutter worked, and read the let tering, almost' completed, upon the tombstone: lllltAM GOMlltr, Aged :t.f. LOST AT SKA, JANfARV, 1 HfJG. The last six was nearly completed. A strange pallorgathereil for a moment upon the stranger's face, and then he drew a long, deep breath, and said: "Is not ten years a long time to be cutting letters on a tombstone, friend?" "Eh, sir?" The stone-cutter looked, shaded his eyes with his brown hand, as he turned his face to the setting sun. , "This is lH7f," was the grave reply, "and Hiram (5oldby has been ten years under the waves." "Well, sir, that's the question is he there?" "Is he there? Your stone tells us he is. and has been for ten years." "Yes, sir, so it does so it does. And yet she has ordered it. She came over a week or so back wilh a worried look upon her sweet faco that I have never fern anything but patience in the ten long years, and she said to me: 'You may cut a stone, Davy," she says, and put" it up in the churchyard, and I don't want to see it. I'll pay you whatever you choose to ask, Ilavy," she says, 'but he's not dead, and don't want a tombstone.' 'Lor, mum, ' says I, ' 'he'd a1 turned up in all these years if he was not tlead.' Hut she shook her pretty head, the prettiest I ever seen, sir. and said she: 'My heart never told mo t hat he was dead, Davy, and I'll never be lieve it till my heart tells nie so.' " "Mis sweetheart?" questioned the stranger. "His wife, sir -his loving, faithful wife, that's had property, and loneli ness and misery, her full share, Htid might hit' bettered herself." Mow was that?" "Mr. Miles, sir, the richest shopown er hereabouts, he waited patiently sev en long years, trying to win her. Then he said she was free even if Hiram came back." "Knorh Arden," muttered tho stran ger. '"What did you say, sir?" "Nothing, 'nothing. What, answer did the wido.v make, Mr. Miles?" ' -ll Hiram's dead,' said she, 'I'm his faithful wile.' Maybe you are from the city sir, and have heard the story Of our Pearl?" "What Moiv is thai?'' "Well, sir, if s bei'ii told many times, more particularly in Hie last year, but you're welcome lo what I know of it. There, thai six is done, and I'll leave the Scripture text till morning. If you'll come to the gateway and take a seal on some stones, I'll tell you, that is, if y ou care lo hear it." "I il care," was the grave reply; "I want very much to hear the story. ' "Maybe j on' re some kin to the Pearl of Monkton - that's what they call Mrs. (ioldby hereabouts. It's a matter of thirty-three years back, sir, that there was a wreck oil' Monkton rocks, that you can see from here, sir, now tide's low. Cruel rocks they are, and many a wreck they've seen, the more the pity. You see them, sir?" "I see them." "Well, sir, with this one wreck, thirty-three, years ago, there was nothing washed ashore but a hit of a girl-baby three or four years ,,1,1, with a skin like a leaf, and great black eyes. Hiram (ioldby found her on the rocks. He was a boy of twelve years, strong and tall, and he carried the child in his . arms to his mother. You may see the cottage, sir. the second whlu one on tho side of the hill." i see it." "Well, Hiram took the baby there, and Mrs. Gold by was the. same as a mother to it a good woman, God bless her Hotil-tho Widow Goldby." "Is she dead, then?" "Ayo, hIx years agono. The baby I was tolling you of, sir. talked n foreign lingo, anowaii dressed beautiful in rich clothes, that must have cost a power of money. Hut never would Hiram or the widow sell them, putting thorn up care fully in cuso the child was ever looked fur. Shu was that pretty, sir, and that TilK DAILY dainty, that everybody called her Pearl, though she was not like our girls, but afraid, always deadly afraid of the sea. I have seen' her clench her mite of u ' hand ami strike at it, for she had a bit of temper in her, though nothing to harm. "When Hiram made his lirst voyage, for they were all seafaring men here abouts, and there was nothing for a lad to do but ship, the Pearl was just, a lit tle washed-out lily, a fretting until he came home again". And it was so when ever he went, for they were sweethearts from the lirst time he nestled her baby face on his breast, when he picked her up from tho wreck, she was sixteen when they were married, as near as wo could guess; Hiram was a man of twenty-four. She prayed him to stay at home then, and he slaved a year, but he fretted for the sea, and he went away again, thinking, 1 s'poso, that his wife would get used in. il, as well as all wives hereabouts must do. Put she neverdid - never. Il w as just pitiable to see her go about, white as a corpse, when Hiram went away, never looking at the sea without li shudder like a death chill. All through the war it was just awful, for Hiram enlisted on a nian-o'-war, anil IS ai l wa.-just a shad ow when he came home the Inst time." "After the war." "Yes, sir, but In1 made no money of any account, and so went away again, after staying al home a long spell. Well, he never came back. 'Twasn't no manner of use telling Pearl he was lost; she'd just shake her pretty head and say- 'He'll come hack.' Not a mile of mourning would she wear, even after his own mother gave him up and went in black: tor. sir, il stands to rea son he's dead years ago." "Il looks so.'" "Of course it do s; nobody else doiilits it but Mrs. Coldliy. Old Mrs. Gohlhy's last, words were: 'I'm going to meet Hiram,' and they say the living know. Kul even that didn't make Pearl think so. She wore, mourning for her who had been the only mother sho knowed of, but not weeds. Weeds was for widows, she said, ami she wasn't a widow." "Rut the stone." "Well, sir, I'm coming to that. A year ago, sir, a line gentleman from France came here hunting for a child lost on the coast. He'd heard of Pearl by happen-chanees. if there is such, and c.iniehere. When he saw tho clothes, he just fainted like a woman." "She was related, I hen?" "The stranger's voice wtis husky, but the sea air was growing chill. "Her father, sir." "lie took her away?" "He tried to. He told her of a splen did home he had in New York, for he'd followed his wife, and child, sir, to the city they hail never reached. He was rich and lonely. He begged his child to go, but she would not; 'Hiram will come here for me,' she said, 'and ho must timl me where he left me.'" "On what has she lived?" "Sewing, sir, mostly. The cottage was old Mrs. Gohlhy's, and bless you, Pearl did not cat much more than a bird, and her dresses cost next to noth ing. Kut there's no denying sho was very poor-very, and yet the grand home and big fortune never tempted her. So her father came oil' and on to see her, until April. An' he died, sir, and left our Pearl all his fortune and the grand house in New York. Kut she'll not go, sir; she'll die here, wait ing for Hiram, who'll never come." The stranger lifted his fact! that had been half hidden in his hand, and said: "There was a shipwreck in the Pa cific ocean, Davy, years and years ago, and one man was saved -saved, Davy, by savages who made him a slave, tho worst of slaves! Kut one day this sailor saved fh(! life of the chief's daughter, who was in the coils of a huge snake, ami the chief released him. More than that, he gave him choice spices and woods, and sent him aboard the Inst passing ship. So the sailor landed in a great city, sold his presents and put Hie gold in safe, keeping. Then he traveled till he reached the town where h(! was born, and coniingthere al sunset, heard the story of Ids own life from the lips of the man cutting his tombstone." Not a word spoke Davy. Standing erect, he seized an immense sledge hammer, and with powerful blows from strong, uplifted arms, dashed the mar ble into fragments. Then, panting with exertion, be held out his brawny hands to the stranger -a stranger no longer. I've done no belter work in my life than I've done in the last live minutes. Hiram. Go home. man. ami make Pearl's heart glad. She don't need it. loll asked me al.out the stone. 1 he neighbors drove her to ordering il, twilling her that, now she was rich, she grudged the stone to her husband's memory. So she lold me to cut il, but says, 'Don't put dead upon il, Davy mil lost at sea; for Hiram's lost, but he'll be found and come back to me.' She never looked at it, Hiram, never. And there's not an hour, nor hasn't, been for ten years, that she hasn't been looking for you to come back. Goto her, man, and the Lord's blessing bo upon both of you." So, grasping the hard, brown hand, Hiram Goldby took the path to the lit tle white cottage where he had been born forty-live years before. The sun had set and the darkness was gather ing, but a little gleam of light streamed from the window to his cottage. He drew near softly, ami standing on the seat of the porch, looked over the hall curtain into the neat hut poor sitting room. It was not, tfie grand house, Pearl's heritage in New York, but Pearl her self who was there. A slender woman, with a pale, sweet face, ami black hair smoothly banded and gathered into rich braids at the back of her shapely head. Her dress was a plain dark one, with white rullh's, cutis and an apron. She had been sew ing, but her work was put aside, and presently she camo to the open window and drew aside the curtain. She did not see tho tall liguro drawn closely against the wall in the narrow porch, but her dark eves looked mournfully toward the sea, glimmering in the half light. " " "Mv darling!" she whispered, "aro you dead, und has your spirit come to lake initio where 'we shall part no more?' 1 Only the wash f t. WHves below an swered her Si-,i,,j, KflV) Hh Wl(. "Is my darhng -.ti1in-? j' f(.,, ,m K near to me, I could almost grasp him." She stretched out, her arms over tho CAIRO BULLETIN; SATUUDAV MORNING, MARCH 12, 1881, low w indow sill, and a soft voice an swered her: "Pearl I Pearl!" The arms that had su long grasped only empty air, were lillod then, as Ili rinii stood 'under tho low window. "Do not move, love," sho whispered, pressing her soft, lips to his. "I always wako when you move." "Kut now," ho said, you aro al ready nwake. See, Pearl, your trust was heaven-given. It is myself, your fond, true husband, little one, who will never leave you again." 'It is liiie! You have como!" she cried tit last, bursting into a torrent of happy tears. "I knew you were not dead. You could not bo dead and my heart not tell me." It. was long before they could think of anything but the happiness of reunion after the many years of separation, but at last, drawing Pearl closer, Hiram whispered: "I walked from J , lovo, and am enormously hungry." And Pearl's merry laugh chased the last shmlows from her happy faeo, and she hustled about the room preparing supper. "Supper for two!" sho cried glee fully. The grand houso in New York is ten anted by its ow ners, and Hiram goes to sea no more; but in tho summer time two happy people como for a quint month to tho little white cottage at Monkton, and have Always to listen to Davy's tale of the evening when he was culling Hiram Gohlhy's tombstone, and ended bv smashing if into atoms. "For,'' is the invariable ending of the tale, ''Pearl was right, and we were wrong, all of us; for Hiram (ioldby was lost at sea, sure enough, but he was not dead, anil he came lo her faithful lovo as she always said he would. Nature's Triumph. FltAKIKRK K00T ItlTTKKH. If you are weak, or languid, use Frazier's Kittei8. If your flesh is flabby and your com plexion sallow, use Frazier's Kitters. If you live in a tnulurial district, use Frazier's Kitters. 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It is supposed to be a water formation, and is smooth and evenly shaped resembling an im mense cannon ball. Another article of interest is a splendid specimen of ala baster, found about eighty miles from Santa Fe; but the most peculiar of all the curiosities is a large piece of white stone, said to have been broken from a continuous lining of a kind of natural tunnel or culvert within thirty milos of this city. Theslone is perfectly smooth on one side, as if worn so by water, is rough on the other, ami is about three or four inches thick. The man who brought il in says Ihe tunnel from which it was taken is about six feet in diame ter, is perfecly round, and is coated with this .stone lining on all sides, form ing a kind of stone, pipe. The discov erer went into the tunnel only about twenty yards, but says he walked on top of it for miles, being guided by the hol low sound made by striking above tho culvert. Il is thought, that the culvert is about, thirty miles in length, and that, it was formed by a stream of water, which gradually became coated, as above described, by this water forma tion. There is also on exhibition a pet rified cactus, about eight inches through one way and live the other. It is as perfect as when in its original condition. Maine News. Hop Kitters, which are advertised in our columns, ure a sure cure for ague, billions ness and kidney complaints. Those who use them say they cannot, be too highlv recommended. Those alllicted should give them a lair trial, and will become thereby enthusiastic in the praise of their curative qualities. Portland Argus. A Card. To all who are siiiT. ring from the errors and indiscretions of youth.nervoiis weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will euro you, free ol charge. This great remedy was discovered by a Missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. 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I V V V 'V( 1 1 ' ",'"1 " s niodel or ket. h I lil I Tii I ' ' 1 1 k ylir device; we make ex unilnatloii and mlvihe a to patentability, free ol chark'ii. All ciirrepondenri' trli tly coiifldeiitia! Price low, and no chare mile Patent I erurd. We refer In Wa-hinkton, to Hon l'ntinaur (leneral 0. M. Key. H. v. V. Jl. Power The German Amerlran National Hank, to official In the 1" S. Patent Otli' e. and to Senator and Id'preneuUitive In Cti(rr ; and epwlallv to our client in every rllate In the I 'mini and in (''anuria. AiMrcu C. A. KNOW tNcCO.. Opposite Pat lit (ifOce. WuHhlniHoD I). C F.KN.r. F. (otAnoN, Stuiiy II. Laud II M.iiKitr K. Pa ink. I. ate Cotiimiinner of I'at.-ni. P A T U N T S PA INK, (iRAFTON ii LA I) I), Attorney at l.mv and Solicitor Fori je 11 patent of American and 412 KIKTII STIihK I . WASHINGTON, D. C. I'rarlire piileiit lav. In all It branches In tho I'al.-nt Ollire. and in the Supreme and Circuit Court of the I'nited Stale. I'limphlet eut free on receipt of tamp for pola.' nr.. JOHN SPIIOAT, PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT R E F I K E U A T 0 1 i G AL'S. AND Wholesale Dealer1 in lee. ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OH TON.WELL PACKED FOR SHIPPING. Gar Ijoads a Special tv. O J' V ICKi Cor.Twelllli Street and Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS. MEDICAL. To Nervous Nuflerrrs-Tlie Great Kurnprnn ReP'-etlv-Hr..I. H. ShiipsnirfiSpecltlc Meilli inn. Ur. J. H. rltmpaon' Spcclllr Medicine I a poai live rure for Speriuntorrliea, Iinpotenry, Weakne nml all dlene reiiliinfriim Self Ahuo. a Ner vim Debllllv, Irrltiihllliy, Mental Anxiety, UnKin". l.aKHltudii. IlepreHion ofSplrliKnud fiitictloiiiil de rutik'emmit of the Nervoii Hyaletii (retierally I'ldn III Hack or tilde. l,o of Meniorv. Premature Old AKU HUH HIKeiiHc I I111I lead to Con iiiuplloti IiihiiiiI. ty and an early uriive, ur Imtli. No mutter how cliiittered l h e ytein tnny lie from excep of liny kind, n abort rmirtt.t ..I ll.l 11..1.I1..1.... ....11 . ..... lot. tunc- p " w "ill H Fliirn " : lion nml iii-ociire hi allli nml Impplne". v.'"'"' fore wa deHpuHileney and ttlonin. "l'h,Pur "c Meillrlnti I helng tiud with wonderful I'ampliletH Kent freu to all. Wntu fur them nnd Ki-t rull particular, ll.tei. Ul...r.l.l.. l lll tlNI-baiMI. Of fix pcl- Hue lor f t.iKi. Will be enl by mull on receipt Ul money. Addre all ord"!:, .,,, rn ,1 11. BIMPHON 8 MKnit.'INK COm No. 104 nd lt Main t.. Buflulo, N. NKW ADVEKTISgMKNTst. "7'ANTED. Manufacturing concern waut T v buiiie man In Cairo, ami lnevery city i not al ready taken, l A low hundred dollar ui enry to pay for good on delivery afiar ordur have been uciired lor the, nni. fl.'iO per miinlh profit (riianint'eil, The ni""t aearchtng Inventk'atinu ollciieil A H A KNOl.D A CO. cornel flrl Street mid llroadway, JSrooklyu, N, V. THE MILD POWER Humphreys' Homnopathio Spticifics I Proved from ample en pi-rlenee an entire ik-ei-.ii. hliniile, rromiil. Mill n in. nml I Itellnlde. they lire the only lie dl.-liii-s j ud.iiied lo iopiilnr tie. .iMrinMfi-i-Ai.no. num. ...nn. 1. I'evera, i'tiK-tlin. Inllmnmntlon, ,29 I ii Wi.rin. Worm Kever W mm t idle. Ml il. ( r Vllltl Colli', or ieethlliKor lllflllllrt, j 4. IMnrrliea uf I hlldreu or Aiiiill', - .- A. IKnenlerv. I.riiililir llllM.ll Col f. - . 6. hiilera Morhiia. Vomlllii, I 7. C.iiiali. Cold, UrotiebillK. - - H. .Neiiralitla, IiHillmelie, l- ieeiielie. :f H lleudaehea, Slek llendiii lien, VerllKO, ' HI llv.iel.ln, KlllollK Slollilieh, - i II. Hntiiireed or I'alnliil I'rriuda, .'- il.'. VV hitea, too prnfiiMi i'erlo.li., - .1. Cr.inii, I'oiiKh. lunieiili Hrxiuhlnv, .Ti 1 1 1. Hull II Iceiiin. Kryln'la. Kriii'lioiiii, .!! .'. ItheiiiillltlHiii, lllieiiinm In Iuiiih, . !!'.. I eteriiml oe, i lull, I ever, Akui , i ,. I lie, iiini'i or r.ieeinne, ... ill. i aliirrh. u.-iiie or elm, me; Iriitui-tixn, in .ii. VV hnoi.itii; Cooah. v I'd. in I oiikIih, .! !l. (.eliernl I )' I.I 1 1 1 . I'll'l ...kneM, Kiillll-v lliaen.-. ..1. ; NeriniK llelulltl Siierm -itorrhea, l.m m. I rlinir eakneaa, W ettliik- Die lu cl, i IL Itlaen.e ol Ihr Ileal t. I 1 1 : 1 1 . . 1 1 I. , I n. I-Mi - lie h drilk'k;i--tx or aenl l.y the I 'lute, urli'ie lid. free of ehurLre, on reevlot of t rie.-. M-iel tor llr. Iliioii.hret ' Hook on Ill-en..-. Ar.. il II iiiik.'--i. iiino limrnlrd ( l.li.leuiie, l it KK. .l-ii ... Iliinii.l.rea' lloiiiei.alhle .Med. t u., lUtl 1-ullou at., ,r aurk. y AiMAKESIS Br. S. Sihbso's EztcmalRlcEaic J7 fiu-.-i I n.innt relief and l anlnl illit.lo CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES, P'dd by lrn.'ifKevi'rjrwtieri'. I'r'.re, 1 O'p.-r ..-t pre.., Miy i:,;ul, hmiipl. i.-nt Jt . to pl.):r!v: ami llutfer.-ra,t.y I' in tiiaiitTer.-ra, ny I". .N. -twtae.il. r .t ' lion j-jib. buluuiauulactur rot ' Auaiff." -ytTLt.Lil 0 qhn K ri.-eiif pur... rroncunre l ih. l-.i .T the hn.li- f'l llie l.. .1 .en Ir.nli.n Ml III.- l 1, . r lk ,, i . l..l 14 W.... Kip,--.,... .;, W'i nj iinwhi. w h gcuiincLiN to y I STOPPED FREE MirtUnu Sin e i, L f, . M M DR. KLINE SGfttAT rM ria.m aTikTi" .'""iv'J I ar 4 1 1 1 hi. 1 if t.itrn nirwf.). jVi fit, n(i,r 'trttilau $ Htr. 'J ',-tl. an.! Ir'al I.. , l..f ,.L t .1 1'.itl'-riU.ttlev pa 11 iir tiprewMe, N-.Kl nai..v P. ..:. ! t.r... a.,.re, to J.a. Kl.lSK.v l A ii,l .-, u i 'u..i 4,ti,l'i.tmri moU Jtumu yy 1'oKiTivs crr.p. So. I 'ill core any ru m f.,n- ,i-.T or b- fN.;:;w r.'i'.'u-idini"'1 mi!"f S..iuu.,.t. ,,H,..a of roheM. copaii,, or ,lf n.t .i-KM, t).i are n-ruin L. Vr nwt (lyIK..M . Jrtoiroora.ir!iiifi.i.i irynaioni tu t.r.iuc. oUic ir1oiirii.),lli.J,,n. 1 i'r'.e tj -m. M, , nT ALL IiUt GOISTS. or Fort hrr particular tend f-T ci-rnlar Cur.'""1 ' ,ilD rr,r'1 f,r "r ''u Uicj will no iuK t,tfe andaure cure. ANY gent; 1 tirU.lytn-.it ..-ii ! mi tri-ir a'ldri. til P. r.-f. .-Ilatj.iv IhlnK frit hu M ul. that may prove the tepplnif-ntone to a life of nurctM. Ill -h;..M inllv a-i irit.-.l to tti.M..- h. hire r-ariierj lln f... I ..I tin- hill. Addrem M. lul so, t: (.rciiwii U sire.-t, New V..rk. fSTANTi ATTQ Tv Bo.a'tv at AT) :.J iln. K UIL tiuiUlily In eilJliOrllll.il I'.t.kH- ri,.vi-. iinrt.. lll-'U-t'- .4 -.. .id. . . at.il r.-.i.-ithei.ef . St -:.l !,- fif ri 1 n I V. 11' lie ,i J'rlrp.li . !.'"-. t M H t m.I. Ml l tUlCAt, l.NaHil iR,l liuuiw4 it.Miii 1- t f-w r i I" ttu n ut "V'S '" I I't U, tUf ftLlkilof MEDICAL CujIMCI SEISE AID PU1 HOME Hit in: wi ffii!. rHM f M'ti 1 t.4 Vnitit-at ;ir1 ilf cbt ! t tir,r -fni IV. Alr-t W if J M Pel PiV r, lk.1 ti kij. GIIEAT WESTERN .ljjf VX' Sfi'l ptm! for CaUlolt'.. UlU-t, Klrtt U u iij. lt ol twi, ,ut . o. d. f. iuii iH'.ihq llreeeti l oadli'tr Shot flnn. lf to fvll. Doobl Si"t iiiii.(atoi:ii). Sint-l..oui.itoal. lilil.-B. ito ITS. t(.:vulver.fl t'i f?i. hend for free illn-trateil atlovii. l.ia.Vi' WtffltlLS 01. N WoKKa. Puuljurli, l a. DIVORCES s; 'it utf i r A:tYt tllM RE YOU SICK OR All INVALID? Wlii-n . Ml.r mf-uii f.il ..nd fir Uim "fM'n'I.T I W"V' I .cv-i piMtu. A.W'M, t'r. J II MmKI l.Y, 'llll UVl IMh Slriwl, N-w Y..rk. WALLJST. j? IN Sl.lCK.M. Il-'l-i lrllta. l'rin' i.l inuir:ini.s... Ail.ln-w WAKI 1. ,1 ..mkei A Uruki-i, M K li'V.-1 ' lue, New Y orlt. ll.' tlTlTtl MUSTACHE ANOWHIStnS.. IV U lfi I .. lw . ' r-l '. iS ar, rn.t1K V lto 1 KDICAL. ninviu vi.n It'll' JlKIilt'lXI'. TRADE MRK.ThtiretKliltll'IHAIK JIAUK Hemeliv, a.' " fallinK fe' for Setnluitl Wcakne k. ..... a 1 orrhoeu. I iii potency, and ml direuea thai fol low a II coiiao .mince of Helf - lllllini't (Wr. ..I . AS l,,. ..! . flnfm-A TaKlDCniemory.nnlveraal ...in" the, buck, dlm ilr. ." n..i.. "M v''.".. prenni.lire old ,e. and miinyolberdlen-e that lend to lnanityor coii.iimpiloii nnd u nreniittiir.) praye. Kull partieulnr in our pamphlet, which ' no lre lo end tree by mail to every one. I1',' ,,l,u flHrimidlclnii I mild by all druuifl!", f 1 I'er packuae. ix for?:., or will u; M'tii tree by m, ,,n receipt of Ihe. nioiir.yby addreaetntf l IIH. HAi JM KHICIN K CO., Nu.S Mechanic block, Detroit Mich. Sold III Cairo by llarcluy Uro., I'uiil O Hchuh and deo. K. O'llara. tAOKNTH. Yournelye by tniikllia moti ey when n Polili ti chntir.u I offered, thereby alwitv knnpliiL' pnvertv from vniir door. 'J'Iioku who alwaya tuke adviiniiii.'e of the court chance for timklnu money (lint aruolTered, uenerul y hecotnu wealthy, whlln tboe who do not im iiroto i"di chKiiru reiuitln In poverty. We wnnt many tneu, w omen, boj ami nlrl lo do work for it ritfbt In thnlr ovn loi alille, Tbu IntalneKH will J my more t linn ten time urdinnry wn;'e. Wo iirnlahnii i'Xpenenlvo out lit and nil that yon need freu. No one, who eiiKii!UH full to nmkn money rapidly. Von can devote your wholu time to tho work, or only your paro moitienia. Full Information nnd all tnut I needed eut five. Ad droas U'l'INKUN Jt CO i Portland, II nine, " if ' fn-a3:Iiil-yVw.rr ' -aB r IT y y q STANTAIfT: iNVicom FOLKS lMIIV JlowCGUN WORKS. M J..B. t-ael l.el II I w I I I m f'3