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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
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Without I.K)iiiir Tlio Ilt t tr Way.
LIVER & AGUE pad
; . Mi'tlicinal Absorptive
S! BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
! ABSORPTION SALT
.MHiratnl Foot B.itlK
ti.-e ri'roMiii which are the, pole i-spoiw;:- ol
".c. Cure bv Absorption are ci.iun-i tolMnmr huM
:'cu pro.cd 'tie ).. apeft and Mo.: Eff"'.ti:il Rime
1. v i:l li. -as.' Ariflnsfrnm Malaria or a ilisor
cro-d stomach or Liver, and it I w i! known li
(. iiwitei't iii'ir'w tbet attack u.o ii.it.ai.
body rn h'.-traced uiivclly or lud',icct;y lo ikon;
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1; i khin bv aeoul expend!"- that there 1 to
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c from tbi' firf. m ol tli- country. .Vamd
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ntvt.in ti 'j . . Pi-... ..nttii' Mr.d rurt cf
i hoif-ra lufauf.im nnd Miinmtr
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Wf tbrowine oil on
FOOT " ;air Wc ( trnctum and rc.nov
Ausilarv for coldn. Sick
B4;0PTH'N SAT.f -l hi'sdachii, ntimbntxi ol
' box Ac; hboxer. $i.iJ extremitif, etc.
For fnrthfr Information an to diM'aei rent bod by
the fad and its Auxliiarief, connr.il our jiatnplnrt.
BATKH & ilAUI.KY,
I'.oort.e i and 3, SlrcT Bulldinn. St. I.ouIh. Mo.
For Sale bv TAI L 0. SCHl'H. BAR
CLAY BROS., and FRANK HF.ALY,
DniptriHt1, Cairo, Illinois
ALL SORTS, SIZFS AND STYLES,
Aleo MniiulHCturur of Mid Dealer In
TIN, COPTER .It SHEET-IRON WARE.
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To rrt'MUr ailvi:riii'iT wp otfi r npi-rior Induro-
nn'ii'h. iiotti 10 rntin of 'l.ara-t antl iiiaiiiitr 01
'plav'.uu iln lr lavor.
L(k1 noiii- ti..tv ci'iiin tn'r line for iirt Ihht
lot.; ti n CPU! pi r ll'ie for ai l: eulifniurnt lun r
'I h! p:ii. r mav ) found on HI'1 at In n. r. Howell
( o."i Ncv.piipcr Advi-rtifinz llHrnii. 'PI r-prnw
r.-i.) v.b. r" anvt-rtirti.c oiitra'tn may be inadc
for It in N'i'wr Voik.
('iniiriuiiiktion nt'on mhji'OorL'i'ni r.M .ht-h
(1 the puliiii: hp' si tt'l tiling ci ptnMe. ItVjectcd
niiiio'i:rip'i' wi'.i unt lio ri'Hiriu'd.
I." IfT. lltld I'OIIlMHItlM lltlOTl" l-IIOIUll 0V VMTKH-KU
E A liurni'tt. Culru. Iliinoia "
TlfciMiic Iciil ji-cn tak(;n from tins 'loor,
t.;c o!licio.i uinli'itakirs luul removal tlit in
selves .1U1I nil tlifir li:ited ln.loiiiiiyi ; cvui
tli u yii;li itliiiii'r fikinls luul witlnli'ii.vn
il .M.ii;ory ii:an, on tuc iounu uay antr
r 1 itlnTs ili-uth, louii'l liiTMMt once inon:
1:0111; iiioni; ill ill'.' cruel worm iiL'itiuii
. . .1 .1 11....:...
which hi hit iut luul ever hecu her jno-
t'-i ti'i-, his arm her Mijiiwrt.
Ho h;nl lii-i'ii u(.ciunti:il a nch m:in
!; h:il B'ivi'1' known what it was to exper-
.1 . .1 .. 1. . 1.... .1 ...
I'Tii'i." Hit' fjeillii: 01 ;i hinuie imi , "ui im.
inwvi ii luul l'..n Nith h'T, too, ami tli'-y
h;ut bi'ikt n to her :is Iwst they coiiUI th
fact t ri nt tni hf-i of ea-e, ami luxury, niul
in'li'iw. nh nee, ma.-t eml ; ami to move it,
hmi out uiiiiii pa;i-r the meagre li;,niro-
whkh ht k.I'Ut were to be her annual .-up-
iiort, eki'J out by whatever labor she miglu
iIiih: lor hann or brain.
She iu'.iI haroly r'-ali.i; il. as her eye
h .-it 'iipi.n the sum. hv luul .-pent il
. ' t tt
Hi. my turns trpon a sinu'le (ir. jiei .yi
ii'ial bill JorL'loves .vouhl almost cover it
Tin-fact, following so closely upon her
i'it!icrV 'h ath, i-tunned lu r, ami Mieat still
atvl iiioti"i!!''ss. white ami tetirless hen at
la.-t thev all h.i'1 L'om' ami lift her to her
The e ntrance of a seivunt, beimm,' a sa,
I. I. 11..
ver. ill 'on it a letter, roii'i'ii ner. win
aiiee atthewntini,', aiul hercl.'"'k Hnhcil,
while, a the man willuirew, slie ea-erl
broke the seal. It read :
"I'm vuii torsive me, Marjory, for what
I am aWut to say at Mil h a time, or will it
fall like some poor little iliop ot cumtoi t
into vour sail. achiU'' heart; 1'iay "i'l
. . . " 1 1 :.. 1. . 1 :r 1
mav iirovif tne latter, as u win, nioe.u, n 1
liuJe reml i.rii'.'it. tlint which will "ivc me
the right t ) come to you, to put my amis
cloe abm:t yflu. to give you anew the lio-
tei tion death has wrenchcl troiti you. .My
larliiiL', I neeil not nay here, on tins cold,
uiiie-ion?ive paper, 1 love you. imuni "i
already know it know that my
learet hope 111 lite is to m
v ia !'"!' inv wife.' 1 woulu have com.;
to yon at once, hut that I lured mt.
AfrVr all, I have so little to build upon.
IVi liaps it w as my own fancy w hich w his
pered to my heart that your eye sometimes
brightened" at my rntiiiiiir, or your hand
lingered willingly 'in mine; but if it were
not, if yoiteau love me, Marjory, write me
one blessed little word of a-siirance, that I
may com- to you, dear, to share your sor
row, or at least to soften it with my love
mid cat::et devotion. If it cannot be, do
not put the story into words. 1 shall liii-iler-'.and
your silence, and it may add to
vour distress at this time to feel that you
have darkened another's life. I will try to
bear it like a nun, Marjory: but, oh, my
4arlinivl wait, spif of myself, with hope
and impatience, for the white-winged mes
senger wh;..h will bid me come to you.
FaiThfuliv vutirs. "Tnonsi: Rki:d."
No tear had dimmed Marjory 1 Vane's
ureat lu'own eyes in nil this cruel time;
but, 11s she rend, she felt the blessed mois
ture forcing its way through the rock
bound channels, until at last she finished
the letter in a Innst of sobs, which, to lier
it seemed, saved her heart from breaking.
Thornc loved her. The ussurancn of it
lay before her gne, and he ah, he would
never know how lou' she had loved him.
What need was there for her to write but
one word "Come."
She drew her writing desk toward her,
her hand took up the pen, when her eye fell
upon a sheet of paper covered with figures.
TlieyVere the lawyer' estimates; she had
almost forgotten tin in.
Mr. Reed had wooed the heiress. What,
would he say when he learned that she
was almost penniless i Rut the. thought
wronged him. He would be the more
ready to give her his protection and his
love. I 'lily sb" must write to him the
whole truth ; then he should he free to choose
again. She would lay aside her pride, and
tell him that she loved him. but tha-,
knowinghovv altered wen; the circumstance
of her life, she would not 'hold him to
his word, unless
She left the rest a blank itud sealed the
letter, with n smile breaking through the
mist of te.trs. She was so sure of him.
As if ho cared whether she were rich or
poor! She gave orders to hajo the letter
mailed at once; then sat'with folded hands,
waiting, lb; might receive it by evening.
At each ring of the door-hell she started,
buthe did not come.
She was glntl when it canm bed time.
The morning could not fail to bring him
showas foolish and tinreasouiibh! to expect
him before For the first time since her
father's death, tho sunlight seemed again
toweltome rather than pain hcr.its she opened
her eyes to find it Htreaining into her room.
A few hours would bring him; but tho
morning passed, rind tho twilight gathered,
and the shadows of night descended, and
still ho did not come. An undefined doubt,
an unacknowledged dread, rested cold and
icavy on her heart, as she lay nyjain her
tired head upon her pillow, but the morn
ing renewed hope again.
Jle hud been detained, he hour wore
one by one away, day followed day, and to
Jiarjory's waiting heart came no gleam or
hope, until she realized the truth-he had
wooed the In iiess not the woman,
She had written the words so lightly
which, if lie wished it, gave him back hU
freedom, and ho had taken her at her
It were better so, she said to herself,
MT lip cuiiiii" in scorn; but undencath
the words was a dry soli, which sent the
ialsehooil quivering back into her mhi!.
The world which she must so soon lace
grew more desolate to her, with th" lesson
she had thus early learned. She looked
forward shudderiii"ly to her future, until
one day, Floyd Chester, in simple, manly
words, asked her to become his wife.
"I am poor, ' she answered, thinking to
e him, too, turn awny.
I know it," he said. "I asked you,
Marjory, for yourself, dear. It is th" rich
est gift I could claim."'
Her heartbeat no pulse iiuicker, no color
flushed to her pale cheek; but .she looked
into his honest face, illumined with its pur
pose, and thought she did him no wrom:
when she accepted the reJ and protection
that he offered lu r.
So their engagement was duly aunoui'.ced
and Ik r world believed her happy. Ah.
could their Argus eyes have penetrated
within the walls of her room a one week
later, she nut holding a newspaper crudied
in her hand, while lu r .-light form quivered
un icr the storm of na'sioa which woih l
have iis way! No death, no frightful
cat.'.-troplie, was in that paper's column
only, heading the lit of outward-bound
pas-eng rs which had set sat, on the
steamer ot Hie d.iv previous, was I Home
Irt- 'd's name, and he had gone witho'it
even a i,.hi-iiv.
Sitting there, another thought came to
her the thought of the bitter wrong she
wtij doing the m;.n she had promised to
many; for, spite of his frtUe-heartedness
spite of ti.e com nipt which mingled -.villi
he. love sin; loved this man, who had so
wronged lu r loved him as -he could never
love one who-e w ife she had promNcd to
become. Rut it must not be. Floyd
.should learn the truth.
It was a hard task she had. s..t her-t::'.
when, the next evening, be sought her. full
of plans for their future happiness ; bur she
nn t it bravely, as, with pale lips, she asked
iiitn to release her from her bond.
"Why is it, Marjory';" he asked, gently.
"Can 1 not teach you to love me dear!"
Tle-n she told him that it was his due to
know that another, tun rly unworthy, had
already taught her the lesson her heart
could not unlearn.
His clunk grew very pa'e as he listen' d ;
but he utvp-d no word of ieproach us l.e
promised still to l.e her friend, fiithutl and
Amony t'ae letMs !ingat her ph.U. .
few mornings Inter, was one bearing ti.e
post othVe's official vial.
openino- it, another dropped out. Wh.r.
could it mean:
Her brea'.h came short and hard as sie:
recognized ti woids she had written in
answer to Thome Reed's wooing.
Had they never reached him, then.1 and
had she wronged him all this time.'
Her name and addrev were ou the pag;
ill full. She had omitted some necessity
part of his address, and. failing to rind
him, th'letter had been returned to t!;e
Too late too late! The great broad
.... . ,' 1 , .
ot can now div.ded tin 11), ami ne nan g.M.e
away believing her engaged to another
man". Rut, at' least, her heart might love,
him stid, and know he had not proved
Ib r face bore traces nf tears, whefi a
morning visitor Mr. I .'holer was u
noiinecd. His ipiick eyes discernedtiieia.
"Maijoiy," he said, "even if you do not
love me, marry me, and let me end this
dreary life for you."
"No," she answered; but it is your right
now to know all. I told you the man I
loved was unworthy. It was not so; it wa
all a mistake, Floyd, and my heart is
"Will you not tell 1 uc his name:" he
(iiestioned, when she exclaimed Fate cruel
She rose imd hainl.-d him the paper with
the name tic name heading the list of pas
seiigi'i outward bound.
fnat day Chester Floyd sent a cable tele
gram, and it was addressed to Thome Reed.
Three Weeks passed slowly by. It was
time for Marjory to face this future which
was rapidly becoming the present. An
other we k.'and she must leave her beauti
ful home to go out among strangers.
Sitting, in the dusk, among the old fa
miliar objects lu r utter desolation pressed
upon her. All the old life, the old energy,
the old light-heartedness seemed gone for
ever. Lost in thought, she heeded nothing,
until conscious oi' a nun's presence in the
room beside her.
"Floyd," she u.sked, "is that you';"
".No," a voice answered a voice which
caused hcrVnit to give one mad bound,
while she started impeluoiisly lo her feet.
"Not Floyd." the voice went on. Mar
jory, did you wish that il should rather be':
If so, my coining has all been a mistake."
."Thome! Thorne !" she sobbed, "My
love, have yon come back to me ?"
"My dialing," he said, when she had
grown calmer, "tell me why you never an
swered my. letter. I heard nothing except
the fact of your engagement with Floyd
Chester. Imagine, then, my surprise to re
ceive, at Liverpool, a telegram from him,
directing me to return at once, at your ex
press desire. What did it mean, dear?''
"Only that he is tho lust, tho truest
friend woman was ever blessed with, lie
told me once, in jest, that lie would give
me the richest of all my marriage gift.
He said tiuly, for, my darling," and a
faint blush stole upward' to tho lovely cheek
ns she nestled it on his breast, "he has given
me my husband."
Rut the world wilt never know why Floyd
Chester, whom Marjory's children all call
uncle, and who love him so dearly, lias
never married, or taught little voices to call
him by the more sacred mime of "father."
A won.)) ok (Kioi), --One of the most pop
ular medicine)! now before tho American
public, is Hop Bitters, You seo it every
wheie. People take it with good effect. It
builds them up, It is not as pleasant to
thn taste as some other Bitters a it is not a
whisky drink. It is more like tho old fash
ioned bono set ton that has done a world of
good. If you don't feel well just right try
Hop Bitters. Niinda News.
THE MOST ELEGANT LINES
Of ladieu dolman, circulars and cloaku in
the city, at J. Burger'.
Foil Siiokm at old price, go to A. Black,
A C.vhDToall who are suriciing from
the errors and indiscretion of youtli, r,er-
tor.s weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will, send a receipt that will
cure you, kiikk ok. chahok. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. S mhI a selt-addresril en
velope to the RHV.J01.Ern T. I.vma.n, Sta
tion I). Nw York City.
Why will you sufl' r wit!: the Dy-pcpsia
and liver i ninpl.unt. Constipation, and yen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell en
a positive g'lnraiitee to cure you. Price
10 CK and ets For sale by Brclay
Don't liy. l)u i.iVKi). Many persons .ny
".'. Liiveu't got the Consumption" when
ihkeii to i".;re their (Vitigh with Soiioh's
Consumption Cure. Do they r."t know
that ti,s, lead to Consumption and
a nm-dy that will dire Consump
tion will eru.iely ;,nd surely cue a
coiig'i r ;.i.y ir.t.g or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is bo positive that we wili re
fund 'he price J".Sd if you receive no hvt
ef.t. I Lot this a fair preposition. Price
10ct. CO cts. and -fl.W per bottle. For
!:!ic Chest, I) tk or siik v.se Shilols
Vw. Piaster. P:
"II.u km:-:ta ;
api;ir.l;.r at 1
;. Barclay Broth'.
Every ijr.pi.rtmeiit is tilled with tin; a-st
dt-iraMe goods, bought before the recent
advr.no.' in prices, Jbd we beg to assure
our patron and the public that an oppor
tunity is r.o-.v orTered to obtain bargains
which i.cver will present itself aIa. Call
and ev.m'li.c .v.y stock t. nd prices.
.). Rl KoUl,
"i (.Vriime:'e!.u aver'.:-
TTOLliRY, MACHINE r-I!0F AND
--' . STEAM forge.
Yulcax Iron" Works
John T. Rcnnie.
I J A t i.Vf 1. r
i 1 'ioii. (I j.';'
ti.-:t. r prepurrl tli.'.u -vr tor
.1.111 Ki.cii.i und .Vb'.i Mai.l;.neiy .
hnv.r.e a s-. i.ir. Hammer f.ru ninpi3 tool?, ti e
n.i.n'11'ti'.t.iT" of u'.'. k'.;n. nf Muctoinry, Kailrimd,
s-inihiiHt m.C i.-f.if Eorplnpf made u f.eciulty.
Espei in. att' Lt'Ot K'.wia to iipuiri-ol i.: '.L' -'iiLd
hriin ( tftiM' of a','; k'.r.df made to oti'.i
r f A MONTH amstt'i-i.
Lti t I il Mavnt t ini" LTulie by -kti itrius-
" I 1 1 I'.r :; Ciipitul not fqairrii:
7 ' I J j w wili start yja. Men, wodx'u.
"11 v S.e. -.'ir.d drn money i':i-
a t.T a- wo:k for w rtituatany-
. .'.:! it '-w and piisHti(. uu'd
v. ;. i.i' ,i.i. eiin no riu'iit lit. Thoiip who are
v.' v. t' uo'ii r v mi a their ttddrei"a at
ou e 1.1.0 for tiems.-i .'ot")y Oatflt. and
t, ;.i.. :r--. Nov ; tip; tiau?. TI.o.h i...-udy at
o-r i.r" n.tcan .aia.'" in.' of
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I'l'IlbiSUEI) OX MONDAY
Hi) 111 Y -EIGHT COLUMNS
k2.00 For Annum
$1.50 to Clubs of Ten and Upward!
riANOS AXU ORGANS.
PIANOS AN) ORGANS
FOR TIIK NEXT I0 DAYS,
Before our Advance in Prices.
PIANOS 1W to .$100!
All lion 1 hurt strli tly firm claH. and old nl tlio
lowest net Hi-li vlio',i'iili.' factory price", direct to
the jniri hasi-r. Them uii.woti niadc one of tlui flm'st
ili h pln - 'it tip' 1 Im Uioiitt Exhibition, and were
mil vi-rouily rcooiiniu'iiilfil fur the Highest llonors,
Tl)e sjijUttnj (imi.'lK'oiiiain
Xew Patent Implex Dycrstruiig Scale,
wiii'h I ekt. :,'flf m1 liv tin1 hli'lieft iiiiinleiil au
thority 10 lie the iin-nU'i't liniiriivetui'iii ett'r)ut In'o
a Square Puiiio. l:i'oiui i:iir lh! taost iiHtouifhlnij
power, ricniii .s mill ili pth of tuiic. r.nrt a riiiHiii
In iuiili;y U' vit f ion' uti.iii.i-d, bcliiK a "(.miid
l'!ui.n It a su.iun 1. ae."
Tlie 3Ieiiilelssoii Uprilits
AliE TIIK I'lNKST IF AMEKH'A.
Th'".' lire Tirnpoiini.'d llie 'l'iiin of tin! Kiilunv''
Itio I'linntit ha mov pnui'iful touo tb.oueli
out tho cntlri; jcu. a louuer iit.m!l lni;iiiK
i)eiilily. alk'titi-r mid moru rvrponatvu tom b ai:d
l. r-'iiier (liir.'ttiil'uy and ability for standing in tunc
!: irft-at jpi ilonty dcsliiie it to entirely aaper-ei-dc
the oniij'iry "Oihif piiwo ill this couiiln, a.- it
h iilre'iriy doiw in Knulanil.
tr;i V' l'ili'lssid i! riiriifh. I'li.no ha th :xi
best PATENT Mil HI.E iiKI'KATINH I'AKiS
A TIEN. n:;.(li'i . ro-st v for ii In i'nrli-, Fruuce.
A.'J o.:r I itaos mi' naafi.' eiii'r"!v hy oi'mftva ut
MAN ' KACTOIIY,
Xos.'(.!di. Vr, ,Vj. y;,4 t'.fd W.37th
St.. !.). flTO. M-2. 1104 iiKij llOli 4 870
Now tt; t'U' st i,i.u lari-i'tt r.i Uie world.
l'riiBlly r.;MiH&''d ;n 1J. Muff Broom.' the
few uiuk-t "ef 1'inLo v.-hli-h aai. flood the leti of
OVKK lrJ.OOO IX USK
I K-ry riano Fully YVavrautnl tor Five Y'-ars.
We tri; low icakir.R r.;l oar I'iano entirely uf
The .v..a-1'i.'.'lif'ir.'i ry of the acid. Wood n't!
dered iii:pcrK';al:". fbhekin!-. rbeckiue or warp -l:iK
licpof ibie. i.ud a iui'upulilf of abforbin? didih
tare as vi.l. ur.i.eil rihbir. Thi' tr ('reared hard
nesH acd luaehui'-;!" of the wooil pruduei-a a reon.
kB f toiiu truly woi.u-i:al. Tne proc.-a of vnl
riiDtins in doDe'by nuuhiniTy fstablifbed at our
ftctorv, and w bur the exi lu-ivi- control of tho
paten lor p.aaa makln.Mv t.lcli. to'elh.T with oi.r
other piti-iita and iiaprovi nn utK. im laltius Mathu
slu'it K Implex Uvfttr.ir.f seaif, render onr piano
ic every tKf:t tLa '
Best and Finest in the World!
In tte: t'rsi.d ro'i'.t ol f;:vr,i:lh. durability, reii
bility. and ability for "'.JLiVnif in tuno. voliimo,
power, r-aonanee. brttiiapif, swtv:nef, rymplia
thetic and inir'ni; iuoi'y of tone, cvi'nnefH
hroii"hiM: -h'.1 eniiri' p..u!i'.'de!ic:ay and elai'seity
of !n',i h, i.nii her.'u'y rifii-b, tfcj
PIANO s-TANDS W 1T0UT AX ltyUAL.
V'.ar.Of fiit on trial. Don't fall to write forllHm-,
trat'''.l and Jo -f r:pt!Vtfi a;aioi;-.io ol 4K paua
Are the Best in the World,
a: prie k lur below Lny DrM-cla- make. An 8
stop ori;Hn for only S'' '.ncludiiij' all the u'reatetit,
lati"t and best impiovenu'nt, poeffln power,
depth, hrllllaccy. and fynipathetic qaallty ol tone
H..autil:il solo t'tf ' 'H Mid perfect stop action. All
cafe of folid wain it. in bi nutiftil ausintiH and He
Ff.ut tinish. All I'ianoa and organs warranted for
five yearn, ind sent nn Clteeu (lava' teat trial
fri'ijht fri-e if r.uratlf lactory. Scua for circular
SJUEET MUSIC, ha. f prioe. Pollnr'a worth at
one-third of pri."-. .'atalou-je ol t.VO eeiect piece
k t. ol rei'-'ipl.tif Si:, stamp. Aurtresa,
.V ENDE1.SSOHN I'M NO CO..
ill Eaft IMh Street, N. Y.
K.'i'il". J Knee Swell. ln
:i Fo.ik, only M:i 1 0
ANS. n Stops-, :j Set
tool. Hook, only
"4"!!.ihi!;iy Ncwpap.-r i'licr.. Addreen. DANIEL
I-. Itr.A lit. , Uff.iuti'tj, .N.J.
0t)Ail ri'tr.iT.i in J'l.iuys on luventPd. of
QlwU'f Hi ports imd in'wrmntion !'n e. I.iko
Proltta wekiy on . tin k .ptior- of Jlrt to $.V. Ad
dress. T. Potter Wij. tt it lo, Hunkers, o" Wall ft.
Agents li-,u This.
Wc '.v. let an Airei:- ::i this 'otinty to whom we
wili pay i; -n'.'.ry ol W per m.intb.'and vxpenia,.
to sell o';r wni'iter:';! .liM.iiion. Sample Kreu.
Aildresf i.t or.-sllEKMAN CD . Mar-lial, Mich.
i'') tit ftIMh ic.i'li'.'iou-lv uiv.'sted in Wall
?-) ID .ID str-et.. Is. ;U louwlation
lor I'm ti: le every week, rind tiny, '.iiiineiisy t.rof.tK,
by the Ni iv Capitalization System of operating lu
Stocks. Kiill ciplsniition or. "uppM. -.nor. 10 Aiiam,
llne'.. N i co., Hi.iiki.rf. J .road i.. N. Y.
- j l.owi. tt jirli'i'f evi r known on
J H If E K CII -I.o,A " K ls'
isiur i.r.si ami lit 1 m, 1 Msi
k'"UIi !') SIIOT-CI'.V
1.1 uo.-.iiv ii'iiiiLcii pine,
w lliiiftrated C.itMloiir
end SiMTnu for our uc
. POWELL A soN, Main Sire
, ( inclunali. O.
On 30 Hiivs Trial.
We will "eud our Elk. -tiio-Voi.TO'. Ri.i.ts ni:d oilier
Electric Appllau 'ea upon tr.ul fur 'to dcys to t hoc 11
ntfferlui: from Nervou Dibillty. Eheiimati-m, Par
ftlyna or any dlfei'.si a el' (tie I.!vei or Kidney, and
many other ilincne. A s.tre cure (Ciiiraiiieeil oruo
pay. Addrc-H Voitai': Holt Co., Mu-liall, .Mich.
A AGENTS WANTED for A TOUR
HOUND tlie WOULD
liy General runt.
11R1CK ONLY III. Thi ih latet elHi:K hook
ever Duhllahed. and '.he onlv aulhende. l!itor
of (i rant's Travel. Mend lor cirrulaia cot'lulnluij a
full ricacriptlon of the work und our extra, terms to
Aiff.nt. Addre- Nntlomil Publlfhlnit 00., Chi
cago. 111., or St Louie, Mo,
1 IT AT (
Over Two Thousand Drutfsts
nf Slgncfl the Following Rtmarkalilo Pjier,th( Signature of whkh cn bo Rmu at onrOfllee:
Meaart. 8KABURY J01IN80H. 81 Pint 8t.,Nw York:
utimum! "For ib pt few yeui mt bt.ve told ariona brmda ;of Poroua P!ler. Phvalclki
and the Public prefer Remmti'e Capcine J'oroue Plaator to all otbera. We eoneider tbem one of the rr
fow telltble hooaaboid tetneitlw ortby of conHdeoce. They ere Superior to ell other Porotie Plaetf r or
Lame and Sick Horses
F.RE1C OF COST!
GILKS l.IXIMENT IODIDE A1IJI0XIA
SPAVINS, siplluia and liini;bone run d nittiont
blt'inlnh. Send for piiniphlet lotitalinnn Itill ln
formaliou lo br. Win. Oil h, p. Ilroadw ny, N. V
Use only for borne 1 tic Liniment in yellow wrap
per Sold by all dnn.'inti'. iu (iinrts. at $-J.(o.
in which there i a ureal mvlni!. Trial botllim -i'-ctiuta.
Sold wholi Hiib' and retnll by HAHl'EAV
UKOT1IEIIS, Cairo. Illinoin.
K-W KW KAV
H UW K-W
THE ONLY MEDICINE
That At ts at the Smrie Tiui" on
and Tin: KIDNEYS.
Then' jji'i'ttt oijaus aretlieNatiirulcle'insei-f of tin?
Svatetn. If they work well, health will he pi-rlei t.
If they hicome cloitKi'd, dreadful ilineafus ne nut
to lollovv wilU
UilMouMiieiH. Headache. Dyaponaia. .laaiidlce. t'on
stipation.and I'ilaa; or Kidney t'oinpbiiiits.
(iravel. Diaheti'H, Sellment 111 UK
Urine. Milky or llopy I'rlne:
or Hliemnn'ir I'uiiis
are developed beiaiice the blood polaoiud will,
humor that nhotild have been expelled naturally
will rexturo the healhy in tlon ami all lhee do
vtroylii; evil will he banished-'.n'ljlect them ani)
you live but to ntlffrr.
Thousands have heu cured. Try it nail you wilt
add 0110 more to the number. Take It and htaltU
will once more Kitidileu your heai l.
Why Miller longer from tlio torment of an ncu.ii.;
VVhv lioar mich tlixtrtfa fiotn Coiistipnlieu and
Wbv he so fearful because of ill-orden d urine?
KniNl y-Wort will euro you Try a pickaxe at
ouio and be aatlsfled.
It in a dry vegetable compound and
One rmckafie makes shiiturts ol' niedii lue.
Your drtinsiHt ha It or will cet, il Tor you. Iu
niul upon liavir.g it. l'llce, $1 (.
WEL1.S, RICHARDSON A CO., Proprietor!..
1 (Will send post paid.) Huilineton. Vt
K-W K V
K-W K-W K-W
K-W K-W K-W
EMINENT DK. WM. AI.EX. (iP.EENE, Macon, Cm.
Wrilea "lheerlrillv atalo Hint I have tented tier
virtues and efficiency of Coition' l.lrbltf's I.iiiil
Exll'iiet of Beel'in my private, practice in ca-oa ut
ireueral delii lit v. weakness. ilopri'S-liiu. dyspepsia,
loss of unpellto niul nervous' aillieilone, wh"u
medicine had proven more Ihan uselif. thaw
found It tho beet remedy I ever used In ehrouie ul
coholiHin, when the atomach I alwaya irritated anrt
food required to nourish." VAN' Sl'llAACK 4,
STKVENSWN. l)mi;'lsla' Ageut, Cbirao.
A GOOD PLAN. ComhlBltif nitnpotllii; mtst m It-t
fll KDIl VI.U IUIQ tin tvtiy lIVAIllllHI' nl mpilAl. VI' 3
tlilllllllmnMtlliabl. l.mllt lnullUilltiat'llMOltUiit
iiitr4imi.iia nl 1116 lo liu.uiiu. Tin iilar, Wiia mo i'
LlWHKNCa t CO., li UlutJ Sluitl. New Yoik.
WHTYfJ ATPV I'-arn Teleirraphy and ern
lUUlXU UTiiX SIOtotlHOf monih. K
cry grndnati! iritaranleed a payinii Hlluntion. Ad
dreaa R. Valeutine. MniiNKer. Jioies", llle. Wif.
Qlll to Sl AlkluvCHted (11 Wall Sticet Stock
OlV lit ?lv"Jv,nkelortune every month.
Hook went free expliiinluj; cveivlhliiL'. Addu
HAXTKIt&t O., Hankers, i Wall SI. New 01li ,
Lovely, Ilonehud or '."OM olio I'hroe'.o Ca: w
name, 10 ctn Nasaan Card Co.. Na.iti, . Y.
fiJ77tt monlh and exuon'c a iruiiranteeil lo Ajnm .
Vt Outfit lleo. UAWl'o., Augusta, .Mat. ie.
Q777A YEAR and pxpvn to niteMa. tiutrtt u-ee
VI I Addritaa, P. O. VICKEKY. Augata,ila:(u-.
i DVF.llTlsr.ltS! end for oitrSidod Mot of foeit
New .paper, lino. P. Un'
;.nvell ,t Co., in spine..
St., New York.
A 0E NTS WANTED.
BRIGHT, ATTRACTIVE, CHEERFUL.
Mr. Julia JfcNa.'i' Wrli'lil' New Hook
The COMI'LETE 110MK
Full uf Practical Information.
Tim young Hounn-k'Tpci' Oulde.
Tbs expel leiiced Hou 1 keeper' Vrleiil.
Uotice-Keepluir, Cooking. Die, AccldentH, Mels"
lien, children, i.onipaiiv. Matrlinto. Kollitnin,
Moral. Monev, Family llovci'iiment, and a mulii
tude of other 'toplca fully treateC. Tell how in
in 11k 0 borne Deaiillful and Happy "A Hook of
more practical nilllty will aeldom. if ever, ho luiind
outfldeof luipirailon,"-Clirltiiiu Advocate.
Y.miliiil in every city homo !.. aichund Poor
iitXUtU in allcoiiiitrv home 'V ynnnitand olJ
l ino Paper. Clear Tvne.'lteautlfnl llliullnit. Splen
did ll!utiation. Nearly tui) page. Low pmv.
. .r.iitwl Elberal Commlalon.
UTOIltS W lUllOd Dc-eriptlon aiidToftni.
Kretf. J. C. CUK11Y & '., Philadelphia, i'.
Cluciunail, t)., Chleiitio, III., or St. I.nla, Mf.
4.0 J mm n its
IV I (1 11 (