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HEAL T PI f
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NAL. WHICH IS PUBLISH KU
TT TRF.ATS upon HKALTII. HYOIKNK, unci
1 Physical Culture, and In u complete rnryrliHi-
da of Information fur invalids and thou; who suffer
from Nervous, Exhausting mill J'nlti Tul lilcasi.
J'.very iihjiTt ttmt lt-ar uixid health and humuii
lappim. receives attention In Its pages; hikI the
n.any question aked t.y suffering invalid, who
htivcdii-pared ofs cure, arc answered, and vulnnMo
information In volunteered to all who are lu need ol
The subject or Kli-ctric Hells versus Medicine, and
the hundred and one question ol vititl Importance
!n suffering humanity, are duly confidertd and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
Atd others w ho ciiffir from Nervous and physical
Debility. Lr ol Manly Vigor. Premature Exhaus
tion and the many gloomy lonsequcnrc of early
indiscretion, etc.. are imperially benefited hy con
sulting it content.
The "KI.EC1 11 10 UhViEW expose the linmttl.
eali.d fraud practiced hy quicks and medical Im
postor w ho profess to "practice medicine." and
points out the only cafe, simple, and effective road
to Health. Vigor and I'.odily Energy.
send your addr on postal card 'for a copy, and
information worth tin. umndi will In: tel.! you.
Addrct. the publisher.
ITLYERMACIIER GALVANIC CO,.
( or. Eighth A Vine Sirens, Cincinnati, 0.
1"1 1 WUIL t, . lrt. ery ingenious.
Tl tbjeclr to find Send Hump for package
Dk. E C. AUHEV. U;:fla!o. N. V.
Cmi:h". Iiidinliitis and Cnnsnniiition,
What a Wt :i kt.ow n Druggist sav eHut
ALLEN s LUNG BALSAM.
M OTI1K liS.H KA D !
Oakland Station. Kv.
.KTi.rK.s:-Thi den.aLd for ALLEN'S LUNG
IA1.SA.M i increasing constantly The !adiii"
think thre u no medkine equal to it for ( roup
bed V hooping i ougti C. S. SIaiitin. Drtiggist.
SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALERS.
State of Illinois. Alexander coun:y-ss.
Jatoh Higgle. admiuiMrator ol the t slate of Y:U
!inH Amirtun. deceased. v. Julia Ather.on.
Kraneislf. Atherton. Jonn trodwm, Jowpti (ror1
win l-rnce Young, smith Young. Eiicn Yoong.
E.ua M. I'etler, lluicb I' Craig. Thorn J ra-g.
karieJ. Kiggit-. fc.ii,.al.th Wicker, Urai cn M ,
lienkiati H , Rebecca J., Lulu J. aLd Wm. J,
A'.licrlon and otter.
Affidavit of the t:or. residence of John dodwln,
.lon-pb tioowin, Kraticc Young, smith Young
Ellin Young nJ hli.a M. Peeler, attendant
ahove r.aim u . Laving been filed in the office of the
i irk ol the ce.it.ty court ! Alexander county no
tice i hereby given to the said John Godwin, Jo
seph tiodwiu. Fraui . Young, smith Young. El
len Young and Eiir.a M . i'eel. r that tne raid plau:
t;ff. admtniit ator of tne i :te of William M. Ath
rton, deci aei. hii fi.ei! hi petition in the ald
c uuty court of Alexander county for an order to
ell the premise beloMj to tne etate of aid de
ceased, or much of It as may he needed to pay
tbvdt-btol eaid and difiriimd a lot
Tb n w n of S T c: S H 1 wet : n w i w of
S .T 15. 8 K I wet : n e n e of S T 15. S K 1
wet: the undivided 'oftheae n e. s:H. T l. S
K 'Jwet; and theUB'iivnled one-fourth of the fol
lowiSitdenribed trai i of land e , n w '4 S Jl,
T 1. H-i i "1 i n e w of s :. T '.: S K . wi-t :
n e of S . T X s K i w et ; e e of S 15. T
)n, S K ;.' we-t : all m Alexander co inty. Ii'.iuoi;
and '.be following d.-cnlied lot in Hudi l'ark in
aid Alexatvt' r county: lot No. -i. 4 and n In
block 'i: lot T. block 4: lota No. J, i anil tj in Mock
'.; lot No, i. 4 ati'l ln block ti; lot Noa. S and
in in block T; lois No. 4 and ( in block lot .
h'.ora- It: lot Noa X 'j. 1 and 1 in block 15: lot ii
b:o k In; lot No. 1. and 5 in block IT: lot n
Mock 1: l"t 1 block 1'': lot o block .n; lot No,
I, i. 5 and 7. block Jl ; lot No. and '.u block iJ;
i0tNo. 1.5 and 7 in Llocaii; lot- No. -J. 4 and
t, In block -.'1 and lot 10 m biock 1'); and that a
i-ummoLfha been iued out of thl Court ki.a:nt
yori, returnable at th- J ine term. A H l"""1. of
aid court to lie bidden un the third Monday ol
Jnne. A. I). lv0. at the court toue in l n;ro in
Alexander county. Illiuoi
1 Now. utile" you. the an! John tti-uhv in. .lo-eph
Oodwin, i'rau'ce Yotinir. Smith Yoans. Elun
Youdc and E.ia M. I'eeiir. ha'.l pemn
a!.'y be and appeur in lore u;d 'oiility
court of Alexander county, on tl.e liri--.
ilav of the aid June term thereof, to be t.oul
u at Cairo, in ilj county on the third .M.ii
Monday of June 1--n). and plead. anwernr ib nuir
to the aid complainant' petition, tileii ther-m
II. e atne aud tin- matter and thin.' therein
i hurled and Milted wni betaken a col!fe--ed,
ami a deiree entered ai.Mil.ft you anordini; to the
I raver of raid bill.
SAM'LJ. IH'.MM, Clerk.
Cairo, III.. Slay llth. lo.
Ill in iiiu nip. uiuuu iJiirjiirr. buii I nil u init-p
very lur.ctlon to more bealthinl action, and I
'bus a benefit In all dleae.
T. la I.. - kUJ - .1 ...I I.,...
In eliminating the imp-untie' of the blood, tie
iiatural and neceary reult I the cure of Scrof-
ou and other Skin Eruption and l)ieac. lu
ltidini! Cuncem, l lccrated and other fore.
Hvpetin. Weakne ol the Stomacb. Contl
pati'ou, I)iz.inee.(ielierftl Hebility. etc. are cured
ny the Safe Hitter. It i uneiiutiijed a an ai)c
ti.er and rcL'ttlar tonic.
It la a medicine which photi'.d be In every fam
ily, and which, wherever ticd. will fuve the pay
ment of many doctor' bill.
Uottle of two size; prices, 50 ceutnand (1
I Warner's Safe
Remedies are sld
by Dniffffists and
Dealers in Medi
, II. II. WAUNER A CO.
liocheMci, N. Y
l"Scnd for Pamphlet
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCA1I.
Tho Et;antSldcwheel rimeBer Steamer
Leave Cairo every Monday and Thursday for
Cape Girardeau, 8t. Lonla, and way landlne. For
fralght or paaaKe apply to 80L. A. SILVER,
THE DAI I Y
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Jan. r'.k. Jr I'mlutah
T. J. Ilillman Mound City
Halllday St. Loula
Jan. nk, Jr 1'aducah
Schemk New Orleanfi
llulllday New Orleana
Clifton St, Lou!
Itivcr still fulling.
ISutiincss continues fair.
Weather continues warm and bultry.
The Colorado for Mimjiliis was well
Capt. Geo. Clink will go up on the
Lioness to bt. Louis.
The light house tender, Sally, pu.-scd
up to St. Louis, at 5 p. in.
-The J. li. M. Kehlor will likely be here
liy an accumulation of freight.
The Belle of Memphis for St. Louis,
is due here to-day, at hih toon.
TUe Arkansas river packet, Ilattic
Nowland, sunk in Swan lake, Arkansas.
The Future City, with five barges, pa.-s-cd
up to Ht. Lotus during the ufternoon.
The U. I'. Sclienck arrived from the
Ohio about daylight, but did not fctay long.
The City of Helena, for Vicksburg,
will be out to-night, she leaves the wharf
at 5 p. in.
The Chas. Morgan is over due for New
Orleans. .She probably passed down during
For St. Louis to-d ty, wc have the clip
per boat the City of Greenville. Captain
Iiiley command slier.
The great T. F. Eckcrt, with Dugau
aboard, will be here Friday for St. Louis,
with the cargo of the Alice aboard.
Cajit Jno. W. King, superintendent of
the famous Kountz line, is 6till here await
ing the arrival of the J. B. M. Kehlor.
The Lioness No. 2 and Joha I'oricr
both came out from St. Louis after tows,
and will go back with them this morning.
. The W. P. llalliday came in during
Monday night and added fjuite largely
here. Capt. E. W.JGou'.d, Jr. was in com
mand. The T. T. Ilillman will soon open up
business in the bends, ('apt. Ambrose
thinks he will leave for Hickman next
The Andy Bauiu for Cincinnati,
should be here this a. m. She olfers extra
inducement for tourists; 12.00 for the round
trip from Cairo.
.Sunday afternoon.. She was two years old.
valued at 125,000 and was insured for $15,
000 in Cincinnati cfiic s. It is thought she
is a total loss.
THE CITY COUNCIL LAST NIGHT
THE IlESOLfTION TO ALOl.IMi THE OKKJCE OK
COWOllATIONlor.VcEL I.OsT III E SALOON
KEEI'EIiS 1'ETITION EoK A KElU'lTlO.N OK
I.IOK.NsK KA VOHA11LY ACTED U'ON THE
C. .t V. K. 11. TO I.OWEK ITS TltACK THE
AI-TANT II EAl.TH-OKKK Ells UWIlAIU'-ED
THE HAILKOAD STIiH' OKIUNANi E
A1X.U 'TED THE I'ul.K'H EOIICE IM'KEAsEB
TO SEVEN MEN, LTC, ETC.
All the numbers of the city couccil were
present at the meeting hist night, and con
siderable business whs transacted.
Among the l.usiucss of ii.jmrtanee
that was disposed of was the tOiiowiiu:
Tiie resolution oifeted by A'.dc-i:'.an
Patier at the hist r.ieetii)'' to !;.e
effect that the ow'.ce -f ei.r
prution counsel be almiisned was
thomughlv discussed by Aldermen Liiegar
and llalliday, the former in tiie uffirmative
and the latter in the negative. The euui
mittee to which the resolution had been
referred, brought in an affirmative and a
negative report, Mr. llalliday bringing in
the latter. There was a tie vote upuu the
resolution, five aldermen voting fur and
five against it. The mayor, having thi" de
ciding vote, voted negatively and the resolu
tion was lost.
The finance committee, to which had
been referred the petition of Louis (.'. Her
bert and others, for a redaction of the
liquor license reported lavorably thereon,
fixing the license, which is now two hun
dred dollars annually, at one hundred and
fifty dollars annually, if paid by tl.e year,
but at one hundred dollars
semi-annually, if paid every
six months. Alderman llalliday, who is a
member of the finance committee, brought
in a minority report setting forth therein
his reasons for opposing the proposed re
duction. The minority report was rejected
and the majority report adopted without
A petition for tilling Thirteenth street,
between Walnut and Cedar streets
to a height above that which the sipe water
usually attains, was presented by Alderman
Blake, and on motion referred to the com
mittee on streets for consideration.
By a resolution introduced by Alderman
Blake, our police force .was increased to
seven men. We may say in this connec
tion that the appointment of
officers was postponed, until such
time as the mayor shall sec fit to call a
special meeting of the council which he
will probably do in the course of a week.
Appointments were not made last night
owing to the fcet that much other business
had to bo gone through with.
A resolution providing for the construc
tion of a sewer through the Ohio levee
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY
above Twenty-eighth street, which was in
troiluced by Alderman
City Engineer Tin upp, having ascer
tained thut the track of tho Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad was several inches above,
the proper grade, Alderman Patier intro
duced a resolution to tho effect that the
company be apprized of the fact and ,e-
ijuesieu to lower us tracK to tne regular
grade within the next thirty days. The res
olut ion passed.
Alderman Linear introduced a resolu
tion to the effect that the mayor appoint
four aldermen who, together with himself,
should visit Metropolis with a view of in
specting the gravel beds between that burg
and this city, which were to be found along
the Ohio river. The resolution was adopt
ed. The alderman stated that Maj. llalli
day had tendered the use of his tug for the
accommodation of the party, and that it
would be well to make the
visit at au early day. The gravel
to be found between here and Metropolis
was of the most excelleut character, and
could in all probability, be delivered here
at a cost of twelve and one-half cents per
square yard. The mayor appointed as the
committee, Aldermen Linegar, Howley,
Blake and Pettit.
On motion of Alderman Smith, the five
assistant health officers were ordered to be
discharged there being no more work
for them to do.
The ordinance authorizing the sale of a
portion of the railroad strip, south of
Fourteenth street, the money received ftr
which to be expended in properly draining
and improving the portion remaining
after the sale, received its final
reading and was passed. Alder
man Patier introduced a resolution to the
effect that an ordinance be drawn up which
would authorize the city to similarly im
prove the strip north of Eighteenth street,
which was adopted. The council then ad
journed, A CAKD.
It is desired by the committee of the
E. P. that I give a sort of a statement of
my work here. I will say through the col
umns of your paper, to the citizens of Cairo,
that I have closed my labors here as agent
of the B. S. of this city. I have been en
gaged lor about twelve months in the can
vass of this city with the holy scriptures.
During that time I made 12,000 calls and
distributed between seven and eight hun
dred copies of the holy scriptures. I am
happy to say that I found Cairo in many
respects better than I expected. I found
the religious element just numeros enough
to save the rest from destruction. I
have been cordially received by all with
very few exceptions. One thing I found
in this place, will hinder the religious in
fluence, the houses of prostitution, which
ought to be annihilated from your commu
nity, which would make you a God fearing
people. I give my hearty thanks to the
citizens of this (Jacc, and especially to the
clergymen of the Protestant denomination
ami board of B. S., who have treated me
with much respect, as Christian men and
ladies. Yours very respectfully,
J. Gi isiNotn,
Warrenton, Warren Co., Mo.
KICKER NO. 2 HEARD FROM,
HE ASKS I'OINTLD AM) IMPORTANT VA'I
Mr. Ediiu.- HulJetiu:
Having examined jthe response (in this
evening's Sun) to the question asked by
"Kicker No. 1," permit me to ask if
the so-called colored brethren are
not permitted to isoss or
an attempt, to uoss their own ballots?
so, have they not a right to say for whom
they wish to cast them?
If not, Mr. Editor, would it not have been
better if they had never been permitted the
right of suffrage? Kicker No. 2.
Caiko. 111., May 11.
LES INC'OM PRE1IEN SIDLES.
,t hy victor im;o.
A man sat on a picket fence.
Picket fences were invented by Charle
magne ami improved upon by Charles II.
Stin the man sat on the fence.
The, fence surrounded a tall, gloomy
building. The building had shutters at the
window. The man was a Frenchman. There
were other Frenchmen in the same neigh
borhood. They were in bed. Frenchmen
were discovered by Oliver Cromwell, and
subsequently patented by the author. They
were copyrighted. All Freuchmen not
bearing the signature of the author are
It was night. It was a dark night. Dark
ness is a shadow that rises from the grouud
when the sun goes down.
The man on the fence was think tog. His
name was Lippiatt.
Lippiatt loved Maronctte. Maroiietet
was a girl. She knew Lippiatt. Shu did
not know that Lippiatt loved her.
Maronetto lived in tho gloomy house.
Lippiatt did not tell Maronetto that he loved
her. Ho was contented to sit on the fence
in front of her house. Ho was a quiet
man. Like all Freuchmen, ho was the
bravest man in thirteen counties. He wib
a tailor. A tailor is a man who nromiaes
to have your clothes done Saturday, and
men onngs ineni around week after next.
Lippiatt was poor. All heroes are poor.
Maronetto opened a window and shied
an old boot at Lippiatt.
' Is that you, Lippiatt?" she said.
"Yes," said Lippiatt.
"My father says I must marry the uiaa
who will brintr 1 i tin tl.n Vnrwiimnn iyiiw.I.
'u, sain .Maronette.
I t ilittinl. ... r .1... C 1 n...-,
"ti'1"" fciul on mi; icuiu HUM VtUlKCU
Like all tailors in France, Lippiatt was a
good sailor. He stole a boat and started
for the coast of Norway. A teartul storm
CamC ln. Thl .,,r!,l ,lr,.w on n Iw.utfi-
Lippiatt. It was hungry for him. His
beara and hair were tilled with suit. Great
grasping hands ot darkness reached down
to snatch him.
Lippiatt only laughed.
The scene grew wilder. Monsters of
water crowded against the boat. They
were reaching for Lippiatt. Ho steered
his loat to avoid them.
A wave averages twenty feet in height.
It contains 400 tons of water. It U thicker
at the base than at the top. In that re
spect it is like a pyramid. But it is not
three-cornered. It is oval in shape. A
round wave is a water-spout. A water
spout is thick at the tup and bottom and
slender in the middle.
Lippiatt knew this.
' He was afraid of waves. He was fearful
In four days Lippiatt arrived at the mael
strom. "It is tor Maronctte," said he.
The maelstrom is shaped like a funnel.
The lower end is at the bottom. The mouth
is at the top. It is caused by the tides.
The Norwegians suppose it is caused by a
hole in the earth. Lippiatt knew better.
He went down in the maelstrom and fast
ened a rope around the lower end. To
this rope he adjusted blocks and pulleys.
Then be climbed out of the pit and fasten
ed the other end of the rope to the mast
head. The blocks gave him a purchase.
HOOK VI i.
Having rested, Lippiatt pulled on the
rope. He pulled the maelstrom inside out.
The bottom was then at the top. It spun
around like an inverted top.
Lippiatt drovo a staple into it and fastened
his line. Then he set sail. The maelstrom
'I shall marry Maronctte," he said.
Another man sat on the picket fence. It
was Goudenay. Goudenay loved Maron
ctte. Maronctte loved Goudenay.
Goudenay saw something coming in the
"What's that?" he asked.
It looked Jikc an inverted funnel. It
was 1,000 feet high.
"I don't know," said Maronctte.
She was right. She didn't.
Lippiatt disembarked. He took the
maelstrom on his shoulders. Then he went
to the gloomy house. He hung the mael
strom on the picket fence.
"How do you do, Goudenay?" he asked.
He knew Goudenay. He had disap
pointed him about some trousers.
"I am happy,'' said Goudenay ; "I am go
ing to marry JIaronette."
Lippiatt looked at Maronette.
"Yes," she said, "I matry Goudenay this
Lippiatt went to the wedding.
He gave Maronette a silver card-receiver.
Lippiatt won't back to the picket fence.
He ate the maelstrom up.
As the wedding party went home they
saw a dead body lying beside the picket
fence. The point of the maelstrom was
sticking out of the month.
Good gracious!" said M'aronette.
"Holy smoke !" exclaimed Goudenay.
It was Lippiatt.
Timely Caction. Genuine Hop Bitters
are put up ill square paneled, amber-colored
bottles, w ith white label on one side
printed iu black letters, and green hop
cluster, and eu the other side yellow
paper with red letters; revenue stamp. over
I . I TI ! . ! 11 , ,
mi; l.lil. I n;n l.-- WJl OUIJ 1WIIU 11J YJOlll
genuine Hop Bitters are put up, and the
me corn. mis is tne oniv lorm in which
oit: riiriu to muic, sen aim use mem is
granted to the Hop Bitters M'fg Co., of
Rochester, N. i ., and Toronto, Out., by
iMitent-t. ronvriidit niul tniilo mnrV:. All
others nut un iu anv other wav or bv anv
one eise, claiming to ne :ikc it or pretend
ing to contain oops. iv whatever names
they may be called, are bogus and unfit for
use, and onlv put up to sell and cheat the
people on the credit and popularity of Hop
Harpers Young People.
ILLUSTRATE I.) .
The evil ol c!iut:tr.u' liti latnu f illio oiin
are ell known, nnd die wiint ol su HlidiVlc ha
Ioi.l' W'cti leu. Tlii in unt i !i. d l.v IlAld'EH'S
YOl'NU I'Kul'I.E. a iui:i!V.:y Ulnalraleil weekly
Journal, wlneli i eittnlly ih void i f tlieolijertlotialilu
eat:ir ol et,nit!.'iinl Jiict,lc liti tutute aril 'kilt
IlloruHzil.t tone likli rej ei tiie n.ulil'lll reader
The Vo.nmc of Hie Yonoc Pi o!c beeln with the
tlrt Number. ulilMieil in Nom inlii r ol i m li year
When no tltne 1 tiielitiolii (I. It will In- llliili'Mood
that the nliertln r wtlie to eoiiitiienu' ttli the
Nutlllier text litter tbu receipt nfordt I' .
HARPER'S MAOAZINE, One Year il m
IIARI'EK'S WEEKLY, " 4 im
IIAKPKK'S HAZAU, " " 4 ml
The T1IKEE aliove-niitiied tmlilli atlon. One
Year 10 IH)
TIIE WEEKLY BVLLETIN.
INDUCEMENTS KOll IIW0ONLY.
IV Thirteen Nutation of Uauihi Yoiino I'ko
fL will he furulhed In every Yearly anliHrrlhrr to
HAHi itH'a WrttKtv forlswi; or, lLvHetit' Ynitma
I'Mci.i and IlAHi'Kit'a Wmkly will ho aeut to any
addre lor onu year, cotniiieucltiir with th flrat
Number of II Alii-Kit'a WlttHi.tr for January, Irtt-O
on riclt ufi HO lor tbu two lVtloillcula,
45 YEARS BEFORE THE TUBLIC.
l "I y -i i r w- - -. .
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that tiesh is heir to." but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGTJL AND FEVKK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncqualed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red -wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the sign? t tires of C.
McLa.ne and Fleming Bros.
rtInsist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittslmrsh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane. spelled differently but same
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
PIANOS AND ORGANS'
FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS,
Before our Advance in Trices
PIANOS $140 to $400!
All new and ctrutiv firt-cla. and fold at the
Ioet net cah wholeale factory jirice. direct to
the ptircha.er. Thene piano made one of the Uncut
dipiuyu the Cincinnati Exhibition, and were
nniverujly recommended for the Ilithet ilouora
J he S-qnare Grand contain
New Tatent Duplex Overstrung: Scale'
which i acknowledged hv the hiirheM nniical au
thority to he the preatet improvementever put into
a Square I'iano. prodncinir the mot atonihlnc
f'ower, richnei- and depth of tone, and a ut'iiih.
Ins quality never before attained, being a "Oruud
I'iano in a Souure Case. '1
The Mendelssohn Uprights
AUK THE FINEST IF AMERICA.
They are pronounced the "Pianos of the Future."
I he I prtplit ha a more powerful tone th oii -h-otit
Ue entire ca e. a longer utiined incine
quality, a lighter and more reponive touch und
ii oin uiimiiiiiiy unu animv tor standing iu tune
It greut uperiorlty detin it to entirely mi per-
ceilethe,ordiuar.v squure piano in thia country, us it I
ha already done in England. :
i.ve.iy .Mi ndelohn I'tirigh'. rhino ha the yerv
''"' , !:A.TKNT IX'l'l'LK HEI'EATINU I'AIUS
.ii i ir..i, inane e.prely lor u lu Pari, 1 ranee
All our I'ianoe are niude entirely by ourelve
Nos. 49. M2. TU. i'M & m, W. 57th
St., b'.-.o870. 861 86 Still & K70
Now the Client und lureet in the world.
Originally estuhlishid iu 1MJ. being among the
few tiiuke of Piano iclilch have tood the tet o
OVEK 12,000 IX USE
very Piano Fully Wuirnnti d lor Five Years.
We are now making all our Piauo entirely of
The tn iitetdii overy of the age. Wood ren
dered imperisLable. l'iitiklng. checking or warp
In: iinpoilie, and uituiipiil)le ol'almorliitie moi
tnre ii viilcunizi d rubber. The liirreacf hard
in h anil lotigtines ol the wood produce a
oni-e m nine inuy wonueriui. i ne prt
I'unizing i dotie'by machinery etulili
fuctore. nnd u i tinvi. t hi tvlt'uiv,. ....
iiroce of vni-
ll.-ll Ht till
- - - ' MllltlUI ... uiu
patent lor plunii niiiklugwlili'h. together with our
other p.iteiit and improvement. Including Mathtt
hek'i Duplex Overstrung n ule. render our piano
lu every repcc the
Best and Finest iu the World!
In the grand remit of Mrenptli. durability, rell
billty, nnd ability lor tuiidlug In tune, volume,
power, resonance, brilliinu . weelne, vmpha
thetlc and inging qniilltv of tone, evenue
tliroiighoitt the entire i ale.'delicacT anil elaiclty
ol touch, and beauty ol tluisli, the
PIANO STANDS WIT0UT AN EQUAL.
Pianos etit on trial. Don't fail to write tor Illus
trated and Dcfcriptivc Catalogue of 4h pages
aialledfree. ' h
Arc the Best iu the World,
exclusive control of the
TOjanonA YEAR, or 5 to
w i nay in y our own locality
Mo risk Women do as well
MM men. Vmiv tnuka ninr.
than the amount stated
luilMI Ma i n ., nn f.ll .a
make money fust. Any on can do the work. Yon
cau make from Wc to fi an hour by devoting your
evening aud spare timo to the bua'lness. It costs
nothing to try the business. Nothing like It for
money making ever offered before. Huslness pleas
aLt and strictly honorable. Reader, t yon want to
know all abnnt the heat paying business before the
luiimu, muii bp jour aaaress ana we will send yoa
iu,i pnrmiiiar ana private terms me
worth M alaofMHii vnn rn th.n fnk
mind for yourself. Addraa OKOBOX 8T
Au, roruaaa. Jiaiur - .
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF DIAGO
NALS, WORSTEDS, ENGLISH TWEEDS -AND
CASSIMERES MADE TO OKDEK IN THE MOST
SAMPLES AND RULES FOR
SELF MEASUREMENT SENT FREE.
The Only Remedy
THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TIME ON
AND the KIDNEYS.
Till combined action ..iv... It nr,.i,.,f.,i ....
to cure all diffuses
Because woailow thec great oraana to become
clocked nr torpid, and poisonoti humor are there
fom forced Into the blood thut should he expelled
BILI.IOUSNESS. PILhS, CONSTIPATION.
KIDNEY COMPLAINTS, UKINAKV Dlft.
EASES, FEMALE WEAKNFhES
AND NEKVOL'S DI.s01tDERS,
by causing free action of thenu organs and reator
tug their power to throw off dlneae.
Why Suffer Billions palna and aches f
Why tormented with Piles Contlpationr
Why frightened over disordered Kidneys v
Why endure nervous and sick headaches!
byhavo sleepless nights!
Use KIDNEY-WORT and rejoice in Health.
It Is a dry, vegetable compound and
One package will make six tinarts of Medicine.
Get it of your Druggist, he will order it for yn.
WELLS, RICHARDSON 4 CO., Proprietors.
2 Burllnjrrtn, Vt.
K-W K-W K-W
K-W K-W K-W
ORGANS L:1 0I)S ?ut Kl'(-',1' 3 Knee
ymiilHO Sweiu, stool, Book, only M.
l'lA.vOS, Mool. Cover & Book. $J10 to H(. Illus
trated Catalogue FREE Address DANIEL F.
DEATTY. Waahington, N.J.
Waters' Pianos and Organs!!
BEST MADE; warm ted six vcar. New Pi
ano, stool and cover, S!l". upward. New Organ.",
$l.r), $5", JtH),.JT.'i, upward. Illustrated catalogutj
free. Agj'nta wanted. Secoud hand lntrumenU
at bargains. Horace Waters it Co., ci Broadway,
On 30 Days Trial. .
Vc will send onr Ei.EcTito-Vomtc Belts and othsr
Electric Appliances upon trial for iKIdav to tho
suffering from Nervous Debility. Hhuuiiiatism, Par
alyse or any diseases of the Liver or Kidneys, anil
many other disease. A sure cure guaranteed or no
pay. Address Voltaic Belt C., Mashall. Mith.
J Dr. Lascelles English
r its' ""i.v.
It II t f L-, lhi nintiv an....ll..,l r...,.
tlons for this disorder which onlv reli..i
while used by the Patient. CI RKs 'I'tntit.
N EN n.Y ! mill hit hiMin i tt,litH...i I.. .i.t. 2....
, - ........ ...j,, lu hub irpuct,
fn I hp im I -III k.-tlii, . i
i . unu ua neun initor
.... , ... ivmiiii uiL-iiieui uutnori-
ueciu Europe, .mi cnurge mane to give It a fail
test.as Dr. I.arelli' iiiiilirtnk tn ...... I .....u ....
ties In Europe. No churee nmH tn nim i, . r.i.
- ........ 1 ' ,ntll pin-
feritig applUaut a FREE package on their for
warding name and post ortlce address to his sole
agents for the United states nnd Canada. Meaois.
Sloi um A Co., No. 4Cedur St., New York.
M A. Tj T
Malt I?ittki:s Com pa .w.
Malt and IIojis.
13 I T T E H S.
fpiifcKh l nu greater Blood PurlfyinB and Llfo
m alt nn mis.
,k . , itWii . 111 "IL' W('rl ' '"edit
iriirun.il K.. tU. . t i n ii
11.11,1 uMif.i.u irom uuienneuted malt and
hop. It Is a perlect renovator of feeble and e
hausted cotitltutloiu. It enriches the blood, solid
ities the bones, hardens the muscles, quiets the
nerves, perfects digestion, cheers tint mind, ami
vitalizes with new life everv llulil of the body It
El) 1ILHOD. Bold everywhere.
A WEEK in your own town, aud no
capital risked. You can g.vo tho
bultiea frUI u-itv,... .7......
I he best opportunity ever offered fur
tUUSII W'i limp tn u'ftrL. V.... .I.....IU
I "vi. s un nuuuiu
tru n,,. Ski i. ., . .Ill u.... ...
. . , "'.., irg , ,uu PieU llir TOUT
I lr w hat you cuu do at the business we offer. No
irtotn to explain hero. You can dcvo.e all yeur
time or only your spare time to the bti.ines, and
make great pay for very hour that you work
Women make as much as men. Heud for special
Private term and particulars, whlcn we mall tree.
J5 outfit free. Don't complain of hard times while
you have such a chance. Address H, UAIJ.ETT Jk
CO., Portland. Maine,
$1.00 rer Set of Three Sizes.
This pen will make beautiful shaded stroke
from A hair li pi tn nnnn..!.. .e . . . . .
- .Vv.v ..B,Hii ui u iui u id wiain.
never blow, and is acknowledged b all whekave
nsed it to ba ah part nl l. i V. ..-
send yon , plain and fanry lettering of all kinds. It make
;sampla the nnest kind of Ledger II eadlnta, and Is speelaili-
nt&l?S! ' f dPt5d "r0 wk mod. Head ftSelr
TrUfiON I 1m and sample wrltlaf, to . W. WOAJUS, 1 J- v
suiaui, vtucago, ,