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if lckens .laggl-h culaon.
Hntii:r BL, I sibuoel.-e and Scalaa.-"5a
tOfaVjtziprcapUf cert PJjiU.
2 : K.lc2 LM1. twlo brother.
: u c t fclu c at b j ro uUij U--TC1
K'kr" ILVcMss propRJ to th tood.
U r linttc W tuv t.I Drron4 disorders.
r.l'ti'iJiad laTl?crtftte body.
Jiaf tjTiia i3 V. I, and Karop."a
( ot t i c 4 1 It a rMtxi urrcr.".a
lit tt . A. Rkinoj. J M!Ua1 Co., Prop.
at Ja!i,!ta, (S)
i"Ui. cr.UeAtott. Ar"M. Tork Clti
Q..GV. irotm ToclUul Imprudence
Grftxitaalpbralcal werfcoe. VahiaUle la
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uwittjUj. lr. A. U. OUe. Hot Hi. CblCA
fx may 1-IAw1t
trtAiltna form o Lb iu4 by en exaloent
fkUa dartac SO ye&r eucoeaful
tr;aLl-'jQiraete'i to tSect a radl
i tsj of all tTecCM of Ue Bkxxl. whether
vrj:s,.i or ecjulral. Mia C1cjlm. rJm
(.wm. tax patch". eVL, are permaaeollj
rtl If IUe' prcl3'; No. I. Prl- SI.
"t-s-.i.; 5 Cure WriKXIU.
i.roc lra:UTr. from Youtixrul I"-licr-iit
r Ciee. ytl rlc KxhauMU Vital
::&4 LoMof MaahooL Thl reme-lj to ua-ViA-l
t tie ccne ot Lioe dnipulats. ItLo
aprwrf2lUan:atolhe hmIdc1 rrouo
"Tn. alu Na'.ore it rtuew tbfl otrcucta
aal r of tM Uutej eqcaej, au l cilecta
r4Val cure. lrlr-a 1 1.
?Tcir No. 4 'ilrro ta.act relief att t per
Juwet!;euree&3ca&:itUai. lrt- 12.
Na. X pol:hnp enre for ell weak
a ro9soa V Icaasa. lrlve SI.
hf Dravt or teat oa reipt of price
r J. W. tut, Li S. Clirh St.. Chlcexo.
."K.VO rOR C1UCULAK.
ar:i Ir-dlw are
Aiw tij tuas! eminent physician
Ofaay school, what is the best thing
.a the world for quieting and allaying
i irr.tatiotrof the nerves and curing
i"! forms of nervous complaints, giving
auon:. shild'acc. refreshing sleep al
wiyi? And they wl.l tell you unhesitatingly
' florta of Hops!"
ctt rrtn i.
Xii. aay cr all of tno most eminent
VLii is the best aad only rsmedy
tiV.caa be relied on to cure alldiscaac
c tLc kidneys and urinary organs;
idj as Brigbi'a disease, diabelts. re
tentwa or Inability to retain urine, and
t-3 creases and ailments peculiar to
-And thty will tell voj explicitly and
Au the satae pbysiciaus
w bit is the most reliable and surest
u;f f r all liver diseases or dyspepsia ;
"t:?ausa. indigestion, biliousntss.
tr.V.111 ICTcr &c. and they
ficJrake: or Dandelion :M
i .'i1' bcn thoso remedies ore com. i
iw:lh o:-cr e-iually valuable. j
Ascoupou rid) Into Hop Bitters
Concluded next week.
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
bite Lead, Paints,
French Window Glass.
XqZSCT F0S k- T. EXAMEL TAINT;
COr SCADT PREFACED TA1HT.
Q ALL AND EXAHCCC OUE GOODS AND
rr rrfcee Ufore pnrtaeeU,. Ttie fact
ocr Psiauerefrota tbe ceiebreted r.o
fWotirUiACoto4 lurjuoo Broe
.ti-cJextiTiArtofceefoT thetr qmnty
5a of Coollax StOTee at rectory
' u 2Uoo to ear Urj9 aad fall
r Uoa is reepectfeuy tattled.
"H 2 18 Sontb rromt St
-7 . ....nJ FaTlai
L . . i .Bt' In tltlrlcui
rlL,..i tDoija'Jt and rlrftft coo
7 . ivst and m&trhks ixxtu'
t T.tiM k Uiar tic like taculfld.-.
f couM but loTe Ibce when I saw thj
The dear fulfilment ol Life's (Te!;et
Thri ash toil ami sorrow, change ami
How Ion,; I'd waitc-il f r it na nicies
It r-$ above mo In hi lMty place;
lWjond my hope?. Ix-jom! iia hatiotin;
I knor thee, -Iurei! thee. Hu: our
- kiudercd splicre
Shircrc! and parted in dividing space.
I can Irjt lorn thee. Though from
In mystic aureole, a
Remote is incommunicable star.
Still strikes the summons ot thy dom
To smi'.o my sundered spirit, while it
For thee, forcrcr dear a thou art far.
?Ira, Mackey'rf Eincrulds
I recently bad tbo pleasure of exam-
iainx une of tho fineit collectioni of
jewels o.utaidc ot a royal treasury that
exists to Europe, and which belongs to
an American lady. Mrs. J. W. Mackay.
Many of the atone are unique, and the
jornameuts in general are characterized
; j much by the artis ic beauty of thoir
I workinansbip as by the sploudor of tba
gois. Foremost in the collection kuoas
resplendent the famous sctot sappcirea
which attratlcd so inucu attention
when exhibited by tbe jeweler Bucher
on at the 1'arisiaa Universal Exbibi
UoQoll8?3. It Is valued at $300,000,
and corn pr.ife the! diadem, bracelets,
ring, ear-nnss and necklace, with a
large pendant. The necklace is doable,
tho upper row beinic a band of Urge,
square diamonds and sapphires, fitting
the throat closely, while the lower row,
a wide arabesque of tho aamo stones,
supports tbo pendant. This last is
composed of one enormous sapphiro,
peerless In color and in water, and set
in large diamonds. , This etone is of the
size of a pigeon's egg, cut transversely,
a perfect oval in shape, and is valued at
I bave never beard tho valno of the
contents or this chest estimated, yet it
cannot be far from $1,000,000.' and yet.
withal, there U probably scarcely an
other wealthy lady In Paris who does
not wear more jewelry at ball or din
nr parties or the opera than docs Mrs
Mackey.rum Cor. Chicago Inter
are mada pallid and unattractive by
functional irregularities, disorders and
weaknesses that are perfectly cured by
l&Uowin? the aurgestlona given in an
illustrated treatise (with colored plates)
sent for three postage stamps. Address
World's Dispensary Medical Asaocin
tion. liaflalo. N. Y.
A Cat that Can Itead.
"I've got a fat." said a' lady to
the other day. "that can read, At
rate she knows when a letter comes tor
her." "A le-ter 1" I exciaimpd in as
tonishment, "ie, a letter, and if you
uon't oeiieve it. rji prove it to you.
.1 lltf urail i mlntlto until f iliraAt .nr
My friend left the room, and in a fow
mmutcj retnrnnd with a scaled envelop,
addressed. Miss 1'assy No. Marl,
boro street, city." "Now," said she.
"it voa wm kiniiiy posi tbat for mo
tonight and be hero when the postman
comes around on his first delivery to
morrow morning you shall see that
am tcuinz you facta." I postei the
letter as requested, and was at my
friend's house promptly tho next
morning. Soon the bell! ran?, and
shortly afterward the servant entered
with a bundle of letters, among which
was that for Miss Pussy. Placiug
them near her feline highness on the
floor my friend sa'd: "Now, Miss
Pussy, pick your letter." Sure enough.
Pussy at once 6bowcd an interest, and
in a moment bad puched aside with
her paws tho envelope addressed to her.
I was about to acknowledge my bin of
Incredulity when my friend said:
"Wait a tnluuto. She'll open it and
devour the contents." Scarcely
aho said this, when Miss Pussy
lorn the envelope oren, and in a
meat was literally devouring iw
Emokv's Littlk Cathaktic PlLL3
are sullicienlly iKiwcrlul for tbo most
robust, yet tbu safest for children and
wcakconstitutions. 13 cents. cod
it taxes auuui six montus to train n
.1 .a. .
canary so that it -w ill fly around u
church and alight on the bride's
shoulder at the ri?bl moment. It's
everytbiu In giving a bride the right
Lpllensy Entirely Cured.
Trof. Irving JJ. Smith, of Tike. X.
V.. makes the following statement:
Samartian Xerviuc has entirely cured
Prof. Ncwtou says that tbo earth
j receives about 3.000.000.000 of meteors
every year, but they only increase tho
size ot the earth oso inch ia irjo.000.000
W.UHLXGTOK, D. C May 13th. 1&80.
-Having been a sufferer lor a loog
time irom nervous prostration and
rencral debllitv, I was advised to try
Hop Bitters. I bavo taken one bottle,
and I bave boen rapidly getting better
ever since, and I think it the best med
idno I ever used. I am now gainlnj
strength and appetite, which was all
gone, and I was in despair until I tried
yoar Bitters. I am now well, able to
go about arid-do my own work. Before
taking it, I was completely prostrated.
MRS. MARY STUART.
William Farrcstal, a rouh. bit al
most tho entire lower lip off an old
porting man. named Teil Ball, ia a
row In Baffa!o Sunday niht. Faxrcatal
ia bidinx from the police. ;
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merits are of the highest order. Its storte.
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HARPER'S MAGAZINE .....
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HAKPER'5 YOL'KG PEOPLE.....
HAJtrrU'S I BANXLXX SQUARE LIFRART, I
One Year (53 Numbers)...
... ...10 CO
Fostage Free to all subscribers in tbe Vn.
Tbe Volumes cf the Baxar tegiylb the
6tt Number for January of each yiar. When
no time Is mentioned, it will be underetood
that tbe subscriber wishes to commence with
the N ember nest after the receipt of order.
Th last Four Annual Volumes of Homer's
I Beyir, in neat cloth binding, will h eeot by
pii", postage paid, or by express, free or ex
pene (proTlded the Lrelfht doea not exceed
one dollar per rolxxme), ior 7 CO per volume.
Cloth Case lor ech volume, cuitable for
binding, will be sent by mall, postpaid, oa re
ceipt of tl 00 each
Remittances shouVi be mado by Poat-Oflce
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss.
Newspapers are sot to copy this advertise
ment without the express order of Hartxr
BaoTBXRS. . Address I - .
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ECapital Prizo $70,0003
j Tickets only 5. Shares In pro
! portion. ' . - '-,,:
Louisiana State Lottery
I n e io utrecy eerwy that io mptrx-ue tht
i arraptTnt$ for all the Monthly and &rmi
! Annual Drawings of Tk4 Louisiana Male Lot
i frff Company, mnd in person managt and con
j trcl j Ae Jtrctcingt j thtrnttlcts, and that the
j wm ore conducted with konetiy. fairness, mnU
1 in eraod faith totpord all nartiea. anA v ttvthnr
l fee tAe Company to its this certificate. tciV.fi
! rtmiles of ovr signatures attached, in its ear
Incorporated in l6 for 25 years by the Leg
klature far Educetiinal anl Charltablo pur
pocs with a capital of 1 1,000,000 to whca a
reserre fund of 55ft,O00 has since . been
added. I ' -v I -
Dy an oTerwheiialng populat votej lis fran
chlee was mado apart or tho present : State
Constitution adopted DccemtOT!:d,A. D..1S7X
The orty Lottery erer voted on and .endorsed
y the. peopltcf any Stat. j
It never scale or postpones. ; j:
Its.Grand Single Number Drswlrgs take
placo monthly. ' .-- p1- i-'jii-
FrLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WLS A ,
FORTUNE. First Grand Drawing, ciasa A,
at New Orleanf, Tuesday February 1J,
185th Monthly Drawing. 1
Capital Prizo 875,000.
tOO.OOO Tickets at Five Dol
1 lars Each. Fractions In Filths
' LIST OF PRIZE.
1 Capital Prize of.
1 Capital Prize of.,
3 Prizes of f0,OOO,...,
a I'rueA of 3,wo..
IVm.i. ........ .......
SOU . 10,010
8 Approximation Prizes of $750,
9 '1 M 250.
1,967 PrUoa, amounting to..... 1255,600
Application for rates to clubs should be made
only to the office of the Company in New Or
leans. ' i
I For further information, write elearlyi giv
ing fall address. Make ' P. Q Money Or
ders pavable and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANH, F
New Obleaxi,- La.
P03TAL NOTES and oniluary lstters by
Mail or Express (all sums of $5 and npwarU4
by Express at our expense) to ' 1 ' . j
M. A. DAUPHIN, I
New Orleans, La,
or M. A. DAUPHIN, I
. 607 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
jan 16 wed-at w-dw i A
FRESH ARRIVALS i
ATMORE'S celebrated MINCEUKATS
1 . ' . Mi
! in Barrels. Half Barrels and Fails: and
1 1 i
In all sizes. . !i
These are the very best goods of their kind.
and no family should be without them.
a most delightful Sweetmeat for tbo tea table
To arrive on Tuesday next, a fresh supply of
Ginger Taffy, I ' j .
Ben's Boston Crackers,
Coffee Cakes, something new and alee.
Almond Maccaroons, :
I ! ';
Cocoanut Maccaroons, and
The Genuine Albert Biscuit,
In ono and two pound Tins.
For sale low..
Harper's Young People.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY 16 Pages.
j rlitei to but and GIRLS Of FROM fix
TO SIXTEEN TEARS OT AGE. i
Vo! V. commences November 6, 1W3.
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ca.r,1liVn. t.'"roc.a. . .ti - . . A
V,4, Ttlsts skill can-accomplish 1
P? muaratlon has been done, and the :
its icxwNcw England Journal of Education;
Boston. . - i- - I . il
In Its epcclal flell th'-re fs nothing that can
be conpatfd wP h It Hartford Evening Post.
UAJCFEK'S YOUNG PEOPLE,
Per Year. Postaxe Prepaid.
J fl M-
, MyoLE Ncmbxrs. FourCcnts ab.
pecimen cony ent on rocefnt of Three Ct.
The Volanoesof Harper's Young People f o.
i 'SI 62 and IW, handoboii-iiljjlllumiaa-'
ted Cloth, will be seat by msU, postage pro
P. reoerps or i weica. tiom u-c
fctnsby mall, potpld, on receipt of 50 centa
each- ! '
Eniltunccs should be made by PoatOnlc
, ziorifzj sji'ir or um t, yj myovt cnanoe oi
Vmrimnrri ire not Id fwr this adrertlao
rnent without tbe express order of HAarta A
' . , !
Livery and Salo Stables.
Hollingsworth & Walker,
-rcrof Mulberry tad Fourth etretta.1 i
..... . -.. i i . 1 1
Y ARTIES IN NEED OF HORSED AND
Vehfclct for bnslaesa'or pleasure will ba
comm-KLited oa rary rcaaoclie terms.
Horses boarccd and carefully tended.
Good teams, comfortable reticles and car-
scr The hind) meet Xlearse la the city.
i A rail liTMrmrtmllf SOUrf'd.
Jaa 1 HOLLl.L3fOirrU & WAI.gXR
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