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SICK HEADACHE !
We Menu Cured, ot Alt; rely lielicvci
Aud Can J'mvu What hh Claim.
ityTheru are mi lallure.. and m, I'laappolnl
niHiitK. 11 you urn inmhiuil v iiliMC K1j1;a 7
AUIK you i nn I K.jiy u ml ijiiii kly Titred,
hundred Imvn ,y, u nl 1 1 h 1 1 yT VV J a hi I f Tie "p 1 1 iTiTii
o iiiiiIIii aheelof Ii:i.7liiiiiiiliilr4 in hiiTIiiIitVh t-il.
Carters Little J.iver JMlTs
AIo cure nl! fcrinn nf III I lour-ik-pm. prevent t.'orialt
pat Inn mill llyapepniu. promote lie fiiin. rellive
uiatreaa from too hearty eatliiit, cornel Maunler.
ur llin Stomach. MIiihiIhIii ttn- I. her, hikI Kfirulun
Uiu llowela. They (!') nil thla l.y tuklnir juvi nm
little pill ut s diim. 'I'lj t-y are purely veu' tulile, flu
mil yripf or pun.'!', huh are iik iii-nrly perfect a.
It I" pimmhlu lor h pill to tie price eel In. ft fnt
f I. buhl hv dncviata everywhere or Krnl by mull
CAuTKIt MEI'll iSh CO.. Kltli;. I'A.
m. LYD5A E. PINXHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
, !;.' - .'. '-.V
Jri.il -a i iini
LYDIA E. PINKHAIW'S
Tif IVnltiVf fnri
lor all Female Complaints.
Thlpfirti.n, Mlu hatr.e alirnitlm, cv.nu of
Vwuiila I'miarllwi that uro l,arnili-s to tlio hi.mI del
icate Invalid, n one trtnl tli merit, of thla Com
a-jund will iMiwognlinl.MrvlJi'f la iinnu-1laiii i and
wkra IU uar UrotitlinK'.l, In ninety ".: can-. In ahull.
dred.aprrniAm.itrur.'i.etTt-.'t.sl.fc.lii.iu.aji'lj will u-n-tify.
I)n airiHiiit of lt pn.Trn merit., It l IvAty r
fjuimmdod and prvrrluM l,j ,e l-it phyikuin In
It U1 rur intlrrly thf '.rt fnmi (,f f tiling
of 111 utrj, Ixur'irrk'f, trriifulur imi.ful
Urtuinutlon.allOrarUuiTrMuliha, Ii.flam'iju. ii nl
L'lrtrnlon, fl(lliit;i,allM'liurfn'iiii an. iim con-K-jiK-nt
iplual mtktini, t:A 1 i-.r iivl:y !H.t t )
the Chajiir of IMr, It mil (!.,: anrl hji tiiinnra
f ro.Q tl uu-riiiiliiaii wr)i tatff of dt r0-( ri t. Tim
tr.iiniryiorant-riuihum'fllirrfi UcLt.-kvl ?try
lffdlly l,y Itiiui.
In firt It hm proriil t.i 1 !!, (rrt
t tn-l If.t rfnily tlint Lt rrtr tTi dUroir
fvl It (nmt-fifri' jK-rll-n uf tin' aini-ant tf.Tf
nf ll'rin 1 v.'.r. It h rnoi.i f. 'iiii. "uilpry, da.
ltroa!li'raT.r, f.r Miiiiuianl.v aiid lr.iuttlii4
f tlfllMI'.l' ll
cur. HI' Un(f, IIra'!d''V,', Si rrmia Pr.trittn,
Gruiirallk'liillty.liiNpliMiinia, In'i.in and ludl
fi-atlon. Tuatfllnf of Uarltig ilimn, iaulnif pain,
wnhtand barltarh-,lKalajii niiiiiiiily mntl by
luiw. HwillataUtlinm, audundi rnll i lrnini).Ln
M, act la harmony wlihtUi lar thnl futnii tlia
F'ir KldwyComplalnla of i iir wi thla rmuiaiuod
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Ip j rfinTd at Zt) anil 115 Wpttim An'tiur. I ynn. Mum.
tncl.0(i. S.i VittWn fnr $.YM). rVnt ly mail In ilia
fnrmof pllU, almiln th fnmi of I iivh. on nrrlpt
of prlr, l.oo, iwr bn, for Hila r. 1:. I'INKIUM
fwlyancriialllitt'niof In'pitry. rVn.l for Im
pbk't Ail'lnMalior .V'iifi"n Ihit ;inT.
No family huultltv wit h'.ut I.VI'IA . I'lNKHAM'
LlVnit I'll. US Thiy cure Omit! pal Ion, IlUlouaiiua
and Torwd;ty of tl IJ-r. t4i-iit wr r,t,
KiniAitnsoN & Co., st. i...nis, su.
Wlioliiiic A.-iulf for l.YHI.V K. I'INKIIA.M'S
Vt'i!'Ml)l Cum pound.
M.W AUVKIU'ISK.M li.NTS.
SCIKNCK vs. ElMLKPSV!
DOCTOR against Ql'ACK ! I
A I.KA!)Ii I.dNDliN I'llYSK t KST.n
1IMIKS A i r Ki K IN NKW YOliK VVH
1 UK CL'liK OK KI'lLKI'TIC I l ls
(From Am. .Imirii'il ul Mrdiiiin'.)
Hr. All. M HiTtilu (lnln nf I.miiloii I. uhti niuko
ui'culty of KuilrprT. linn llliout iloiiht tn itti'd
mil, ni" ciicrcn HMD impiy Im i'H iihi i m ii-ii i n :
L-.i I, ii vm hi. ii n I ,,r i,y..i i.r ... ... .i. i ,.......' .. , ,1
urct'to'iiiiiy i iiro'l I y litin. Ilo Imih piilillnln ii ii
Hlimlilu work on Ihj'p ilUi'iiti'. nlil Ii lie hcihIi Willi
i Inrtfi! Imltlii or lil wonderful c.in1 fr to any
illlrrcrwlio tuny mhui tlii ir oxpr' n mul 1'. (. nil
lruBi . Wii n lvii' ainmn' M.M;; ,.nri, ,.
I ein l)r. Al, ME.SEHui.K, No. ini.hilin t.. Now
liO-nl'Kli .MONTH HI A KAN IU IC II. - Wn will
t?m'tJ pay the iibovii H.il iry Iii niiiiilile mul ndln.
I men who will perlnanently m t n our local
L'elitH in rue)) ooillltv III the I'lilleil Stiu,. ami
'unailu. or I lu y I'HII, If tin y i'lnone, work mi nun.
iiIhkIimi. Willi rellulilu purlieu wo will eohlruel
y tliuyi'nr or term ol jinim. We will Hrmi to any
mrty meiinliii; bn Hi m-i- miniileH of mir re.'li.r,
iiiiikk nun eiri'iioirK. wiin uur nneK nun iithh, ()n
i'CI'IiiI nf S'j Wt! urn not oi'llintr cnmpli'H, lull
vain art vii HUeijtH nl iiiii'ii. 'I'lf H VHWKI.I.'S
Sll'K(IYHI) .M KIK MAN I ILK Ai I'.NCY ()
iprlnnlleld, lncn. Kwialillfhcil relinmiy, ISH.
LAYS! 1'LAYS! I'LWS! l'LAYS!
Knr Kciidltiif Clulm, for Amnlenr TheiitrleiilH,
' io....- ii... .. i i, in..... i.'.. i...
i eilifi;ii"i ii i oi.yr, irritwmu mioiii i inif, I .iiij
' 1 uy h . Elliliililnii I'lnvM, (iulde IIiiiiUc, HpeiikerK,
'iitiliiinlnie, I'lililennx UtflitH. Mitu'iu-Niiitu l.ljlil",
'olnnid Kim, lliiml Coik, riienirleiil Knen I'repB-
ii t Ifili a. .IiipIi'v'm Wiiv U'.i.L.. Vl'l.,- llMonlu unit
Moiiflnclii'ii at re(liiri;ilprlci!fi.' Cimti'iiiii'ii, Scenery,
urn iiiii-i, , i-,o, riiiiiojuiiim rienr. iitii i oiiiiiiiiiiik
nil diwrlptlou imil prlfvH. smi:ki. Kiikni ii A
on, l Ii, nth Htrw't, New York.
A X KAlt unci exiienHiiK to
H'iit. liiilllt Ireu AildriiKH, V.
. VK'KlCltY. AtiKiiKlit. Miilni'
VriYllIl AriH ''""I'll Ti'li'pntPlivt Kuril $11)
i "ll,li-i II tn mm ii ,n. .1, ii, i: o.i.i.
miriltitwd I'.nvlliir.oltle,',, Ailflrcxr) Vlllelitlliu
., JIUH'KVIIK', WH,
)AK TlMBBIt LANDS
a oiio to 10,000 nrK of kooiI Wlilto HhI Tlinlirr
n,l nttull fur H Htttvo J-nrtniy mul Nnw Mill.
mnioviim r ' AiIiIi-kh, kIvIhk iuii (1:
it titfutiof llmluT, mill, tltUi.illHtniicu Irum rlv.ir
all rota'1. iiro.f, 1 erm. Ac,
Wil. DKOWN.H-JU UuKhIIi bt , St. Louli.Mo.
THE DAHjY BULLETIN.
"Well, my wife, yon cun't hhv I ever
contnieiud Imil Imljits." "No, sir; you
giiiiiirally exiamliii tlinni."
Tiuo friends viit us in iinisperity on
ly when invitml, hut, in adversity 'they
eonii) without invitation.
i'ivii never reasons, but profusely
pves; ogives, like a tliouhtloss prodl
tfitl, its all, ami liviubios then, lest it
has done too little.
In ii recent Hennon the Hv, Henry
Ward I5i!i!cher ileseribud a Iihsh druin as
"two rihiMMi-skins Kiiread over emntv
"When ti'iii)ti;d to nnjjcr, breathe a
prayer. Ji-s no. When you liappon to
Mtub yntir toe, fur instance, inuniiur,
"Now J lame me."
Street row: l'irst ;mniii: "I'll fill yer
ni'iutli Willi frravel." Seeund gamin:
"Ycr'll huvea big jub dnin' it."" First
giuiiin: "Oh, I'll g,;i a steiim hIiovcI."
Althoiio-li very t.nry this ko:isoii, it
has already been diseiivered that during
uiu jire.seni winter lee will, in usual
freeze with t tic slippery side Up.
A J'arisiau musical dictionary del'mcs
a shout ti be "unplea-itnt imise pro
dueed by over-st raining the throat, for
which great singers are well paid, ami
small children well punished."
The Fall ports .should chip in and
n-ct a monument to the man who in
vented tlm names of the month. Where
Would hey In. if H. m, ,,( ,,. ;
September to rhyme with remember?
"I have three children who are the
VI ry image of myself." "I pity Hi,.
oiiii'.'i',i," replied Ids interlocutor.
" hy?" "I'.i'i ause he is tln one wlm
will iiavc to resemble you tli! longest:"
What is lili ? In infancy, a battle
with colic; in youth, a struggle to keep
oui of iiii-i iiii f; in manhood, a strug
gle with indigc-tion, and in old age,
Hie prehide of a conteoted will case."
The I'hiladi'ipliia Item runs a "Lov
ers drm r," and places it up close,
li! ever so clnM', to the pictured adver
tisement of a parlor sofa. This truth
iuliies to life U what our journalism
lice Is mole examples of.
A certain gentleman recently lost his
uilc. and a young mis of i, who came
to the funeral, Miid to his little
daughter of about the same age, "Your
pa w ill marry again, won't he?" "Oh,
cs," was the reply; "but not until af
i t the fiitu ral."
True domestic sympathy Wife of
his bosom (after learning that he has
lost a fortune on the stock exchange):
'Will you promise me one thing?'' He
(repentant): "What? Never to enter
tiicciiy in re?" She: "No, darling,
hat that on won't he discouraged, ami
will try again!"
Noted by the New York Herald: A
great deal of mi.-iouary work may bo
done by an o! I overcoat that is put up
on a poor man instead of on a closet
h 'k. A hungry man with a heavy
coat mi ihu s not ui 1'. r as many or as
t' l i i'iic cra. iiigs a, he would if most of
the warmth of his blood c-caped to the
ungrateful air of winter.
II'isi' MeWliortlcbeiTV heard her mas
tor remark at the dinner table the oth
er d;n ilia! Kismet meant "fate," and
tha' is the ivai'ii why she s astonish
ed Iot mi -:re-s by remarking net day
to i'n'.i .'la, t!.e chambermaid: "Oh,
I'.iindy. 1 can't scarcely m a Ik w id the
chilblains a!! over me two Kisuiels."
"I have no paiii'iice with a man who
can't reiiD'Hiber a thing no longer than
its n ing told hiin," exclaimed Jones
iiiiiatieutl. "Now I can carry a thing
in mv mind a month if need be."
"You re a lucky dog. .loiies," remark
ed I'end Tga-I, ipiietly ; "it isn't every
body that h is so much room in his mind
as you h ue, you know."
A woman may talk "women's rights,"
"indepelidcm f t in sexes." "siif.
fia.c," "her mission," and a'lthat sort
of Ihill.'. b'lt when her face lights up
ai i'c -ihl of a baby and !:i' calls it a
"Heel 'itlleootsy toos," i:is.'ad of
ail "ilifaiil," oii may bet lht"'il cents
that woman's heart is in the rilit piac.
and that she will conic out all right in
CoJTi.0 Prcvluctioa of the World.
Tin' four great, collce countries of the
world are llrazil. Java. Sumatra, and
Ceylon. The data and ligurcs for H"'J
show that l!i'ail itself has produced an
extraordinary ijiiantity of beans. Hith
erto g."(i i, m Inns have I n coii.sideivd
as a g I yearly liginv for lirazil; last
car the export alone amounted to "J7;),
Miototis, Ibit tiie consumption of collce
in the country iiself now amounts to
lio.uoo lon.s, raising t he total yearly pro
ducts of ISra.il to ;:!:!, nun tons, i'or
lumiiely fur the phiuters in other parts
of the world, collce has grown into a,
necessity in the I'nitcd Sales, ami,
thanks to this, its price has risen. Al
though the soil of Mra.il, especially fur
cotl'ee culture, is i ry extensive, yet the
ililiietiliy of clilaiii'mg labor daily be
comes create;', and I'nis renders it
iloiibttiil w lii't.l n r 1 1i'' above figures can
he much exceeded.
The crop in .lava
tui'l Mtmatra was
I'd at Ot.liUil
tons for expert: the consumption of the
inhabitants alt!.o"n tlm population is
double that of lirazil. is not half of that
of the latter country. The production
in Ceylon, though greater than that of
H7H, shows a falling oil' when compar
ed wilh former ycrrs; ihere were 11,.
'Joo tons exported fr,nn the island, the
native cousump!ion being very small.
Cotlee is, besides, grown in Central
America, in several of the Sunt Ii Ameri
can Kcpuhlics, in the Ibitish and oilier
colonies of the West Indies, in llayti,
Culm, lVrlo liico, Arabia, Mauritics,
lie union, and along the north-eiist count
of Africa, in Liberia, mul tha African
wcst eotisf. in Manila, Celebes, and .sev
eral of the island of the rncilic, and,
lastly, in lirilish India,
Some of the washing waters of I'aris,
which were formerly run into the city
sewers, are new collected in casks, ami,
the sinks being subjected to chemical
treatment, the fatty mutters are matiu
faetiired Into toilet simp, made fragrant
by the addition of nil of roses. Accord
ing to this process a little sulphuric
ncid Is added to the soap water obtain,
ed from washing Ilium, llu) whole Is
then stirred up, mid the fatty limlter Is
allowed to Htaud for a few hours, when,
on ihs collecting on tlio surfaeo of the
liquid, It Is gathered iu casks.
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY
The Howard will probaWy beat the
wharf-boat this morning.
Dispatches from above, report but little
ico pasBinir, Slmwneetown or Metropolis.
Fred Jones, third clerk of the Common
wealth, left for Memphis by rail last night
John Callilmn will make this trip on the
Commonwealth, assisting Cupt. Hals in the
The Centennial is rapidly filling out, and
will leave to-morrow night lor New Or
leans. Tho Bello Shrevcport left yesterday
morning with all bho wanted above the
Cupt. N. Ii. Fowler, clerk of the Ccnten
niul, will stop off this trip, having business
in St. Louis requiring his attention.
The river is about clear of ice, and the
regular packets to Kvansvillc and I'aducah,
have resumed thuir trips. The Dexter
came out last night, and he Fowler tele
graphed her positive arrrival to-day.
The Gil more towed the C. and V. wharf
boat back tolier regirlar station yesterday.
The Anchor line packets now rooming
within the jurisdiction of Kentucky.
will remain there until Wabash river and
Ilarrican Island Chute, contributes their
mite of ice.
A brass band, composed exclusively of
young ladies, from Michigan, have offered
tlc.'ir services to Cupt. Shields, to make a
mardi gras tripon one of the Anchor line
packets to New Orleans. The captain is
thinking seriously of accepting their ser
vices, should their terms meet his approval.
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writcg:
Some months aero the dauihter ot one of
our prominent citizens whs pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in flesh ; terrible cough, her life
gradually wastiriL' away. I rcennmiended
her to use -'Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
ii nun inerry, wiucu she liJ. In a
short time she was tree from all coiio-h nnil
othi r symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 25 cents and $1 a bottle or
0 bottles rho larue 8ize is the must
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
iv ron, 1 iniaiiciphia. Nad by dru.'ists.
An occasional dose of "Swsvne's Pills"
should lie taken to keep the "bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
A rapid penman can write thirty
words in a minute. To do this he mii-a
draw his pen throiiirh the space of a
rod - -sixteen mid a half feet. In forty
minutes his pen travels a furlong. We
make on an average sixteen curves or
turns of the pen in w riting each word.
Writing thirty words in a minute, we
must make 4'.t to each minute; in an
hour, goyii; in a day of only live hours,
llt.oiiii; in a ear of now days, -pV'o(,-imi.
The limit who made' l.oou.ouij
st'fkes with hi pert was not at till re
markable. .Many men - new-paper
w riters, fi,r instance make l.wnw.uww
Here we have in ilie ag. legate a mark
of :)oo miles long to be traced on paper
by such a writer in a year.
CATAIillir. Complete and infallible trent.
ment tor l.U(l. Ask lor Sanford s Kadical
Cure, each package ot which contains one
oottle Kadical l ure, one box ( utrr ml Sol.
vent and one improved Inhaler. All for
An unfortunate life is one of the lead
ing causes of both physical and moral
disease. One might write an entire
volume upon this subject. Numerous
examples of the effects of an unhappy
life may he observed every day. Kvery
child knows of them. An unhappy
life is like dust in the machinery of a
clock. It makes t go badly' even
preu'iils it from going at all. Hut,
when the dust has been removed, it
goes once more as well as ever. When
we are unfortunate and happy, we are
as Sound, in a fish in the water. An
unhappy, unfortunate) life prevents
those changes from going on iu the
system which health reipiires prevents
good digestion, good circulation, and a
comfortable, action of the nervous sys
tem. If we wish to be healthy, we
should endeavour to make our lives
successful and happy.
"My i.i KI5." said a cratuful hulr. "had
been one of intense sullcrinir and' mir.erv
until cured of a disuVuriiisr scrofulous hn.
mor by the Cuticure Remedies." Ask your
inuggists aootittnem it troubled with itch
ing and scaly humors.
To accustom tin young to be and to
do is more important, than to induce
them to learn and to know. What they
think out with their own thoughts anil
work out with their own hands is worth
far more to them than any amount of
passive reception of oilier men's
thoughts or doings, even through tho
very nest nooks or tlio best teachers.
Let the child feel, not merely that he is
preparing for .something in' the future,
lint that, he is also living a true and real
life in the present, taking his own share
of work and responsibility, strengthen
ing his powers by continual action, and
building up his character by continual
"When wo are asked to recommend some
thing to nourish and strengthen the blood
wo always say tako Malt Hitters."
"fiest blood-nuritlcr we know of."
I'ltapidly displacing all other 'bitters.'"
"For Weakness. nervunn.nia nnil fhn
fruits of dissipation nothiHg liko "Malt
"Women and children tako them freely."
A Lucky Minister.
Her. A. J. Mai lory, of Wyoming, N. Y,
writes : Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured
me of bronchitis in ono week. Our dealers
H i say they never sold a niedicino that has
inven nticn coninloi., r..: . .- . i
I i I '" nniiBiiiuuiw, ll" cuuus,
colds, asthma and rheumatism. Paul O.
lit.... ... ..
.a.... ... a -".
t aaattt ( HHHIi (. aaa miih., ! .
H:r:::::::r:Sol(l by PAULG.SCJIUII,CAlM;iUS:::::":
rnonhT'i'fwv'fi'orl VitiV'-iVi'v;,':" .ivi'v-i"' ". '.'Hi::
vvoi i ::ri
Twenty Dollars Eeward.
A gentleman in Conyers, ( Ja., offers
tho above sum as a reward to any per
son who w ill, on sight, read the follow
ing without mispronouncing a word :
"One morning I found myself in n
queer locale amid avast area of burn
ing sands. To my relief I discried an
oasis, but alas! it turned out to be a mir
ago. I could sec, as I thought, geysers,
and gewgags indescribable. When I
complained loan Kdowite of such a de
ceptive land, the untoward fellow treat
ed me with continuity. I was only
saved by the timely appearance of u
chamois from the puissant blows of tho
nuisance which leaped up from the root
of a pyramidal cypress, at which he
fired his fuse. This perverse creaturo
was so maddened by my eseapo that he
committed felo-de-se. lie was the pro
tege of the king, and had been for some
timo his employe iu deciphering cruci
form inscriptions, and may have been
a Chaldean. Though cleanly dressed,
ho was not cleanly. Now seeking a re
cess by a stream filled with animalcules,
I wrote an exijuisito essay, drawing on
my fertile brain, which f read each al
ternate day for a week, and then wrap
ped it up and placed it in an alcove for
Mrt. Chas. Chk. Giiac, No. 2 Yates Av..
and Cor. Graham Ave. and Cook street,
Brooklyn, N. Y., says: With great pleas
ure I inform you that tho Great Geiuiau
Remedy St. Jacobs Oil, has been used by
some of my friends, and acquaintances in se
vere cases of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, and various accidents. It relieves
pain and heals almost like magic; and I
never knew or heard of. in mv experience
of many years, a remedy upon which such
enthusiastic praise has been bestowed, and
wnicn nas nau such an immense sale as the
St. Jacobs Oil. I put such confidence in
the healing power of this family remedy,
that I recommend it for the various ail
ments which it is designed to cure, and
always find that it is followed with the
most wonderful results. Tho demand for
the St. Jacobs Oil, in both of my drug
stores, exceeds that for all other similar
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED ON MONDAY
82.00 Per Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
M Ht ( M M.
'tttnt i mii
u rLhs and JLoraiES::::::
WoiiTir Its Wekuit Ly Gold
FACTS! FACTS !
HENRY CLKMONT, Almonte, 0., says he was thoroughly disubled by Chronic
Rheumatism, that he used two bottles and is radically cured"
r,!LAf'v n U,oTT' M':",t'"'yiic'l'-. S it works like a charm, and can't be beat for
Loughs. Colds, Rheumatism and Neuralgia.
.i, J' A!.' JII,'L,;U' c"lunil,us says that a couple of doses cured his child of Dip
therm, after all other remedies had failed. 1
J0f' WAKHNKIt, 1173 Michigan street, litiffalo. says helms been troubled for
years i with Rheumatism of the knee, but Eclectric Oil bus cured him thoroughly
.',' h- -,inst.ck,CaIwloiiiit, Minn., says: whilst suffering from inflamatory Rheuma
Usui one application gave instant relief, Hnd two bottles cured him.
IS IT NOT WORTHY OF A TRIAL ?
Sol(1 all Dmggists. 3'HICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggisl, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freeinnns1 New Natronal
i'ves. tut brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
CuitE Yocii Backache.
And all cllfpare of tho Kliltu-yn, Ulatlilcr aud
Vruiury Orj-'auii ty wearliiK tho
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It l a MAKVEI. of HEAI.INO and UELIEK
Siniile, Sensible, Direct, Pain
ItCUl.'KH whiTfnll itnufailii. A HEVELA
TION mul hRVOLfTlON Iu Medicine. Alicorp
tlou or (llns'l iipallc'ilion, nn oiiont!d o tin
fatii'Tiictory liiteriiiil ini'ihilije. Stnd f(r our
tri'iitlxii on Klilnry troiililrn, pent fri'f. Sold hy
drutruiniH. or oeiit by tnuil.ou receipt ol' price, '2
(.rinnland'i.TIIEOXLY Ll XG PAD CO
utile Kidney 1'iid DETROIT,
A-k for It aud AtirbiiTnn
Miinaifcra for the Nortliwoiit.
JMendelssolm Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 00 days only, a Grand Offer of
81150 Square Grnnd l'iiino for only 8:'I5.
STYLE t) JI"pilHi'''nt ltni-i'iod cane. cWanlly nnlfln-il. 3 Hirlnpn 7 1-3 dctavea full ratei.t
ii i , ti'li'ieiii;riilleH. our new patent overVtriini! n ule. tuauuiul earned Iilh arrJ vm ,. i
m.' " I met evelnioV? Tft T" T' "'" Ir,m Vt'n' '. 4 ' e
be, nuihled I ""I"1"""1 Mikh cull In m way tei.d to lie perleellou of the lu-trun.t-iil Lu
m'.ffi Wrlr:;'?.! !!kXon.ny"d MWWi n b0ard ,h tm ' Sw York Si5 00
'1 Ilia 1'ianii will r.e neiil mi tei-l trial. FleaKr "end rt lerenre 11 von do not rnd money with o"r.t. r 't'a.h
e ',, . 'i.,."',",r " Vl f1" ' ll"r"' up loll. ,)) " la' m, "X I w r"n.
e lSV;. ':.i"'tlfv",vl'1- 'ihouHundblnu. bend for Cu.aloeu'e. Every IiiMm' uien lu"v wa
IMA T( )S1 f.v hoou'L' C"1'".r MMl
1 JAlUO vJ n ,', ? 1 11' ,hu"' l,,B"""
v,. ,. .i .uiu m- loiiiiiuiioiii-i) reconiineni ei lor tlir J e hint Ilinmm Thu
sqi area contn u our New '.Kent Scale. Ihe cri-mect ll.iprovei.iert In Ihu l l't. ry of f lauo n ak li' Tha
I prlfhta are Ihe llnent In Amerlea. lwillvelv we make the Hi eat Plm,. ,,r o;., .i..i, ., ? "iaK,nK 1 h
(il-a A VI u"r "I'nrU.r iriii JtiMl.H Orpati." i.fyl. .-'ft. ia the flneat and awecteat toned Keed
V 1 1 U Ai O W 'VJT oil ered t he n.tiHieal pn Idle , con tnlps Mv. (ictnvea. Five a. liieda
hi vl. n nT'l" Tl o 0,l,,'rH' '"'' vly 'l
Israeli,,,, I lialn. ,.riT.r."ii lir nVill..S".V. "
SI LKT Al I SKI )lri ,.rl,'.,, -'t,,i,iifiieof ,'liMi iholee pi, cea aelit for He a'ainp. Thl.
...tialcal conipoHlllon, l.y Ihu I.V.iV,K;:Ul MZT P","""r n"""C ' ",0 "UV ,,,d V"rl"
(iUAY'S SPECIFIC JIKllICI.N'K,
TRAOEMJRK.Thi (irent Etik'UxIl 1 1CADE SIAUK
Ki'iiieily, an me
fnillnu cum lor
Spcr in a t orrlinfs,
linioteney, unit nil
dlaeaaea that fol
low aa a eonao
iiileneu of aolf
BofoW TakiflK m'e'nVf.'ry ill v," aaf,
laaalltide, palp Mi llu) buck, dlm-Jiy ,. nT...
neaa nf vlalon, premitlliro old am. W BJUHgi
and many (ilheriliaenaea Unit lead to imaultyor
conatiiupilon mid n preiiuiltiro crave.
Full particular Iu our pamphlet, which we det
ain, to aenil free hv mall to everv mm 'ia, aim.
(IHrmedteine la aolil hv all llrnfeUta at fl per
package, ix for (5, or will tin kein, free by mill on
receipt of tint moiiKy hy nddreali,Lr TlftC tiHAY
MISU1CIMK CO., 0' Wee.lianlci hlock, Delrolt
Mit'li. Hold In Cairo liv llarclnv llrm.. Paul (l
Hchuh and Geo. K. U'llura.
av Outfit aenl free to thoao who wlah tf, nti
IE, L (in i:e In the moat pleaaant anil prolltiililtt
t L lliiialneaa known, Everything new
a fl r Capital not reiiulreil. V win forni-h
U v evervtlilnif, to daynnd upward I yet J
II eaa v ma, n 1 1 bout, aiuvlni. u .u r.:.. 'J
iiFiii.i uinr muni. i" coi. wnnievur. AlBUy UlW
W'orknr wanted at onco, Mimv
hn,., .. ...... .. V.. k . I. .
line a llliu hnalneaa, l.aillea tnuka ai niueli
men, .mi vontiir horn mid ulrl
one Wtto I wlllliiB to work fall to make mow
money every day than ran hn made In a week at any
other employment. Thoau who nuiriiun at once
will find n abort road to fortune. Addreaa 11.
UALLKTT A CO., I'orilaud Maiue.
, aatM tmi
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
4 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A I I THROAT DISEASES.
ItDKIVKS INTO thu ivkU'Ih curative uututa
Olid liunlliiK liiefllf'liii N.
It OHAW'S HuM tbcdUcsHvd iartn the iiolmma
Unit rmiHfi di'iiih .
TilLM'SANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIHTl'Es.
You can be Believed and Cured
Iion'tdecpnlr until you luivr tried thin em-th'u'.
Knslly Applii'd mid K A I) 1 C A L I. Y E F
F E C T l A L lii'iiii'ily
Sold hy druuKlBts, or ut nt by mail on receipt ot
price, J.lHi, hy
Send for Teptl ., T .
lnonlula and our! II E 0 LY LI N C I'A D CO.
IoVm "?'lm7! DETROIT,
MIllloniiaYiar ' , . '
bent free, Michigan.
ManuuerH for the Northwcat.
AND OHdANS .
,,",:k)' M 'trlr,,y ''r't-ctsM and anld .1 Whole
V1",l,'p,"'", h- tln.ct thhj.lnvi. at the Centennial
- vh.lleti . p, , ' n Vt r. ,, , d t III v m
T.Ki!" .." flleM aat-
P.O. box 2058, New York City,
Ricw. F. Gbakton, Story B. Ladd
IIai.iikiit E. Paine.
Lalo Coinmlaaloner of Talent,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,'
Attornovi at Law aud Sollcltora of Airertcas and
412 FIFTH 8TKKKT, WASU1NUTON, D. C.
l'ractlca patent law In all Ita branches In tha
1 aient Olllce, aud In thu Hunrenm and Circuit
totirla of tlm United Stalea. I'auiptilut aunt free
on receipt of stamp for poatai;
Tl "1"V Yntiraelvea hy maklns mon
I J 1 I I ley when a itolden chance l
I-1 Hill I ulft'recl, thereby aiway
'II I J I J keepluMMivorly from your
-m-m-m- door. Tlioae who alwaye
take advantage of the good
chance for maklnn money that are offered, general
ly becunie wealthy, while tboaa who do not Im
prove am h chance remain In poverty. Wo want
many men, women, tioya anil girl to do work for ne
rlfht In llielr own localltlea, The bnalnea will
pay more than ten lime ordinary waite. We
furnlah an expenaenalve ontlll anil all that yon
head Oaf. No one alio entaifra fall to make
money rapidly. Von can devote your wkole time
to Ihe work, or only your a pa re m omenta, lull
nformntli',1 anil all that I needed ent free. Ad
die BTINSUN X CO., Portland, Maine,