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MEDIC A li.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tim PnIHvi- Pnro
For all Female Complaints.
Thli preparation, M Ita name alirnlflo, eo&atat ot
VetfuUWo Prrtli lliature hamiluai to Um mM diil
iratii Invalid. I' pun n trial th merit of thl Com
puuod will b mcotfiUanl, a ruf la IramMUt and
when It dm la contlnuM, In nlnrtjr nine caara In a hun.
dr(,apirinawnteurulaeirFrtmLalhouiianila will Ut
Mf. on amount of Ita proven merit, It la to-day ro
eutaiiMindad and pmacriU ij by tli tmt phyalelan In
It wUl etira entirely the won form of falling
of the utrrua, La-ucorrho, Irrofrular and painful
MeMtruatloo.allOTarlanTruaMn, Inflammation and
Ukvratlon, KloullnaUIlauuawnla ami th cun
aequcnt ipinal wcakuva, ih! la especially adapted ta
the Chang of Ufa. It will dlalf and eiprl tumon
frtMQ the uteruitn an early atAtfe of dc-Trlonnent, Tli
teadfury to eanraroua bumura there la checked very
Ipredlly by Ita uar.
In fart It haa proved to be th (Teat
ret and beat remedy that baa ever been diacovar
ad. It permMte every portion of the ayatem, and glrea
Dew II fraud vigor. It rrmuve fiUntnraa.natulenry, de
etniyaallcrmTtng forUmulanta,and relieve weaknea
h eum Bloating, neadarboi, Kerroua Proat ration,
General Debility, SlMrpkwuiw, Ixprewlun and Indl
(MUM. That feeling of buarlng down, raoalng pain,
eight and backache, Ik alwaya .nnarxntly cured by
lUuaa. ltwUlataUUnie,aidundi'rall rireumatan
eaa, art In harmuay with tlw law that gurerua th
For Kidn-yCotnillntauf either ati lid compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at S3 and tS Wewtern Arenoe. Lynn, Xaaa.
ITtr100. Six bnttkw f or ,'..00. Bent by Haul In tli
form of pitta, alao In Uie form of L. w. on rcorlt
of price, 1.00, per boi, fur either. Mn. I'INVHaM
freely anawera all Irttrra of lntilry. Bend for mni
ptilci. Addnwa aa aljuvo Urnlum Ihit fn)fr.
Ko family altuuldb without LVDIA E. I'lNKHAkV
L1V"U HIXS. They cure Con.tlpattm, Ulluuaut
amlTorwdltr c.f IheUn r c nu bcr box.
1UCHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
WhnWaiilo atlcal for LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'K
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E A. Iluniett Cairo lllicol "
Out West tho nnts take c;tre of tlio
IndiaiiH, ami tlm Imlians rccirocal ly
take hair oil' tin? iisront
School Boys Affected by Stocks.
"(iiU'M 1 won't take in tlie school to
day," saitl rt Carbon urchin with a Sun
day's Appeal in his hand
"Why not?'1 a-keil an oM man at his
iil. "Woultl you decline to pluck the
fruit of the tree of knowledge when it
lies within such ca.sy reach?"
"Concordia has alien off ten cents,
and I don't dare to show up until it picks
'What have the fluctuations of Con
cordia got to do with your studios?"
"A good deal," answered the boy.
"My teacher has a hundred shares of
the' stock, ami when it falls oil" a few
cents we all catch it heavv. I keep my
eye tm the li.tt, and when there's a
break you het I don't go to school. I
play ci' k. (Jolly! how she basted mo
when Mount Diablo bunted down to
two dollars. When it was sellin' at
twenty she was as good as pie. I was
tho lirat feller that got on to tlio break,
and 1 told tho boys of my class that if
she did' lit sell thero'd Ixt the divel to
pay. I heard Uncle Fia.er say it was
a good short ami I never slept a wink
for a week. I grabbed the Appeal the
first thing every morning, ami when I
saw her keel down to sixteen, I skipped
to thu hills. Lord, how sho did bang
Johnny Dobson round that morning. I
was in hopes that tho blasted mine
would pick up, but the water got in tlio
lower levels, and I knew we were in for
it. She licked Homebody for every dol
lar it dropped. After It struck eight
dollars it picked up a little, and wo had
time to get well. My mother's been
oatchin' my panU now ever since tho
big break in Sien a Nevada, ami if tho
market don't tako a turn pretty soon,
I'm goin' to quit tho public school and
go to work on a ranch."
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his hcitd through lameness in the shoulder,
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CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY
The Pathetic Old Man.
Pity the sorrowi of poor old umn
Wbotwt trembling II in In have borne nlra to
Wntitto mill of life grind out tho ootiwat
WbiHMi Imrk of llfo lie ttrHinled on the
Whoso puth of llfo wind through a dewtrt
Whose cup of life Is Mtter to tho taste.
He bits no flreslilii where a eheerfiil ligbt
Hhlne on the face of hi children dear,
Ho hun no children where hi tlresldu bright
Kills all bis cnttuifo with Its gentle cheer;
He ban no uottago where ho lives alone,
Ho tH'g you for a n-flt w ithln your own.
Ho has no lump tn send a gladsome lienm
Out from his window, as be near hi nomo!
Ho bus no window whence tho light tuny
When ho returns resolved no more to
No nodding hurvest tills his fertile field;
He has no inetulnw tiny grain to yield,"
Tho housewife listened to the woo confessed,
And Imde him for nwhile forget to grlevo;
Ho tisik her kind advice, and took bis rest,
And took ber gifts, tiiul bumbty took bis
The housewife sitting In her ensy chair,
Thought on the inun with so much pnlntn
Tboight on his manner artless, mild nnd
Thought on the rich, with warmth and food to
Thought on the good they might, but would
Thought on the toll-worn frame, and silver
Thought on her silver spoons, with anxious
And thought to go, and gaze a moment where
rjhe left them lust but could not And them
The word "parlor" is tho remnant of
a bygone state of tilings. The days are
gone past when Sir Charles Grandison
made his stately bow in the cedar par
lor. "There aro no parlors nowadays,
my dear," said an old lady, whom we
may call Mrs. rartington, "except, i
believe, in tho public houses." Ve nave
dining-room, drawing-room, studios,
libraries, smoking-rooms, but the parlor
in the ordinary l'.ritish mansion has al
most become a thin'j of tho past It re
mains, in a highly fossilized condition,
as h venerable institution prized by the
lower middle class. "Will you walk
into my parlor? said the spider to tho
fly," and I always recognize Uie wretch
ed feelings of that suicidal fly when I
am invited into what people call a par
lor. Very probably it is only used on
stato occasion. I ho family may bur
row in some subterranean apartment in
tho basement. We perceive by a hun
dred signs that such a parlor is not a
living room, but a dead room. It is full
of stillness and angularities, hard chairs
and still harder sofas. Tho region in
which tho parlor retains any vitality is
tho agricultural region. In multitudes
of farm-houses, and in somo vicarages,
this kind of apartment is still found.
Hut the British fanner follows hard on
thu tracks of tho 'Squire, and give up
tho humbler for the more ambitious
nomenclature. It is tho better class of
laborer and the thriving artisan who
arc now aiming at tho possession ol
parlors. Among them the parlor is
reany a nappy ami nu educating idiiu
ence. So prevalent nave been peace
and plenty of recent years, that in the
suburbs of great towns you may pass
whole rows of tenements in wnicn you
may distinguish pleasant parlors, with
llowcnng plants lining tut; nmua
and the sound of pianos clashing all
down the row. Still, in special cases,
the name of parlor yet survives, and of
these I would say a few words. Tho
parlor or tmrloir (La. parabola rc; Fr.
jiivukr,iniur), as tho name indicates,
is a place wherein to converse. Tho
waiting-room of a club is essentially a
parlor; in a less formal, but more real,
sense so is the smoking-room. The old
lady was perfectly correct in her allu
sionwhich, however, was hardly to bo
expected of her to public houses. It
would have been more decent if she
had talked about taverns. And what
glorious talk there has been in tavern
parlors before now! vtetninK oi ncn
Jonson at the Mermaid and Sam John
son at the Turk's Head. There we
still a few wits and scholars who haunt
tlio sanded parlors of hostels about Fleet
"When nil his wnrm heart, sherris-warmed,
Flashed forth In random speeches."
Such men have felt and said that there
is no throne liko tho easy chair of a
tavern parlor. Perhaps there aro other
attractions besides.wit and liquor for a
tavern parlor. I 'know a great firm
that advertises for pretty bar maids,
and always sends tliem nomo at nignts
in a special conveyance, to bo intrusted
to the charge of a most respectable
In tho inscription on the monument
to tho late king of Hanover, in St.
George's chapel, Windsor enstht, tho
words "the last kingof Hanover" occur.
Exception having ' been taken to tbeso
words, it is intended to erase "the last,"
Miss Flora Tovrey, step-daughter of
Judgo W. K. Wagstaff, of Paola, Kan.,
has just been admitted to tho bar, after
a searching examination. Sho is ft
handsome blonde, highly educated, and
accomplished in mimic and painting.
The Princess Beatrice.
Heatrico, Princess of Great. Uritain
and Ireland, leads it dreary sort of life
divided between Osborne, Windsor, and
Ualmoral. Sho has no delinito duties ex
cept now nnd again to stand in full
dress near her Koyal mother at somo
exceedingly uninteresting Statu cere
monial. If she drives out, it is with tho
Queen; if sho walks in Windsor Park
tho Majesty of England is still with hor.
Full of fun and high animal spirits, sho
is bound down by a rigid Court etiqnet
which must bo insufferably galling.
Paymaster General Cutter, of tho
United States navy, says Iio will bo elig
ible for retirement in August next,
whoa ho Will bo C2 years old, at which
ngo olllcors of tlio navy must retire
There is no question of waiting for a
vacancy on the retired list In tho navy,
as is tho easo In tho army. Ho and his
family will contlmio to livo in Washington.
AM; MED1C1NKS ADVEKTlSEiTTN fills J'Al'KU AUK SOljTjrnflw. E. (VU A 1. A
As Far as He Know
A stranger from t ho EilsI was having
his boots blacked at thu Postolllco re
cently, when an alarm of firo was turned
in. As ho saw the Earned street steam
er rush out ho inquired of tho "shiner"
at his feet:
Pub, what sort of water system havo
you got in this city?"
Tlio boy spit on his brush, looked up
and down tho street, and finally an
swered: "Well, as far as I know nnything
nltout it, they all tako water after their
Tho reply seemed to bo thoroughly
satisfactory to the stranger.
An Ohio Man at Heart.
Tho other day I ran across an old
friend who has figured somewhat in tlio
"What aro you doing here?"
"Well, the fact is I want to bo Con
sul at , ami the indications are that
I can get it if I push my claim."
"Well, I don t see what claim you
havo on this country. You didn't get
wounded -more than onco or twice in
tho lato unpleasantness, ami you haven't
squandered more than ten thousand for
the party. Iiesides that, you're too far
west. Indiana is a littlo out of rango
just now. Why don't you come from
"Well," ho replied, "that's pretty
good argument. Just between us now,
not to he repeated anywhere, I am an
Ohio man at hearty
An Accommodating Road.
Detroit Free Tress.
Several days ago a stranger mado his
appearance at the Union depot and
asked Officer IJutton how long before tho
Grand Uivcr Valley train would go out.
"In about twenty minutes," was tho
"Then I'll have time to get a drink,
"That's good. I always prefer to
travel on a stiff horn of whisky."
He returned in tivo minutes, wiping
his mouth on the back of his hand, ami
"Has my train gono yet?"
"No, sir; you still have fourteen min
utes to snare.
"That a good, nnd I guess I'll go back
for a little brandy."
When he again returned ho felt in
good spirits, and, ascertaining that he
still had six minutes to spare, he said:
"Now. that's what I call liberal, and
I'll lay in one more drink."
The hist one proved more than ho
could boar up under, and he was not
seen again for three hours. Then ho
came round with a wabblo in his gait
and an uncertain look in his eyes nnd
"Shay, what time d03 that Gran'
Uivcr Valley train go out?"
"In about four hours."
"Fo' hours? Why, that'll give mo
time to get drunk agin; mos' 'commoda
tiu' railroad I ever saw, eh?"
"Shay! I doan1 want to do mean.
Go'n tell 'er Superintendent he needn't
wait fur 1110 any longer, 'cause 'tniay
delay others. He's a zhentleman, he is,
an I'm a zhentleman, I am. but when a
zhcnilcnum holds a train, for nio mos'
half a day I can't impose on him any
longer! Shay, do you ever cry when you
getzhrunk? I do, and if you ve no jock
aim us I'll cry now."
No objections being mado, ho criod.
Opinion of the Press on Kissing.
Tho subjoined "Opinions of the Press
on Kissing" relate to tho text which tells
us that "Jacob kissed liachel, and lifted
up his voice nnd wept:"
If liachel was a pretty girl and kept
her face clean, we can't see what Jacob
had to cry about. Daily Tckyraph.
How do you know but that she slapped
hisfaco for m.L, V. M. ('. Assva'a
The cause of Jacob's weeping was tho
rofusal of Uachel to allow him to kiss
her again. Xonmnformist.
It is our opinion that Jacob wept bo
cause ho had not kissed Uachel before,
and wept for tlio time lost. National
Tho fellow wept because tho girl did
not kiss hlm.-iW Mall Gazette.
Jacob wept becanso Uachel told him
to do it again nnd ho was afraid to,
Jacob cried because she threatened
to toll his mother. Christian World.
Jacob wept becnuo there was only
ono Uachel to ks.'outhjort yeies.
Ho wept for joy because it tasted so
good Jewish Chronicle.
Wo think Jacob cried beeauso liachel
bad boon eating onions. Standard.
A mistake. Not his eyes, but his
mouth watered. Chester Chronicle.
Our opinion is that Jacob wept bo
causo he found it was not half what it
was cracked up to bu.Manchcxtcr Ex
aminer and 'limes.
Jacob thought it was a fast color, and
wept to find the paint come off. fine
Ho was a fool. Ho did not know what
was good for hm.Salnrdny Jlcvicw.
Jacob thought sho might havo a big
brother. Church Times.
llecauso there was no time for nnothor.
Sword and Trowel.
When Jacob lifted up his voico and
wept, lie found ho could not got it as
high as ho expected. Musical Notes.
Weeping is not unfroquontly caused
by extreme pleasure, joy, happiness; it
might have boon so in Jacob s case.
JldrtlwicWa Science Gossip,
What a fool Jacob must nave been to
fritter tho Umo away weeping when
liachel' pretty lips were in n, . pucker,
girl like, waiting for more? Yum yum.
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I am no prude, -eiys a writer at Flor
ence, but surely the scanty cost times of
tho ladies aro going beyond tho bound
aries of decency. Wo shall soon havo
them naked and not ashamed of it. Tho
modern ball-room oilers simply nn ex
hibition of ladies' limbs. .Formerly,
when a lady was of so generous a dis
position as to be anxious to expose her
charms to general observation, all she
could do was to cut her dress lower
than that of her neighbors; but now
sho is enabled to go beyond this: Sho
can dispenso altogether with sleeves,
nnd exhibit to tho admiring gaze of all
men tho vaccination marks of her in
fancy. In addition to this, nnd her
very low, tight dress, very much tied
back, and which impedes tho freedom
of her movements ami defines tlio shnpo
of her lower limbs as closely as a
bathing-dress, sho has to drag behind
her a long train of drapery, and run9
tho risk of coming to grief with her
light-heeled boots. The question now
seems to bo among the fair sex as to
who shall go furthest, and tho present
fashion may be aptly described in tho
Thu way the lmlles tire proitfesslnit
I'liiln wot'iU may senreo express;
'TIs tiy the process of imilrpsslnir
That Ihey achieve "full dress."
riiftit-liielnit early irruve are lllllnir,
Nor that tho only III;
Hare necks nnd shoulders both iire"kllllnu."
Iltit 'tis the (Tills they kill.
The plttpj hnt is a sort of social guar
antee for tho preservation of peace ami
order. Ho who puts ono on has given
a host ngo to tlio community for his
good behavior. Tlio wearer of a plug
hat must move with a certain sedate
ness and propriety. Ho can not run, or
jump, or romp, or get into a light, ex
cept at the peril of his headgear. All
tho hidden inlluences of the beaver
tend toward respectability.
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dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, impur
ity of blood, torpid liver, disordered kid
neys, etc., and ns a medicine for eradicating
every species ol humor, Irom nn ordinary
plinplo to the worst ulcer, IUiudock lii,ooi
UiTTKits stand unrivaled. Pricu 41.00, trial
Bi.o 10 cents.
The Elixir of Life.
That purely vegetable compound, Uar
dock Wood Hitters, may bo justly termed
tho Elixir ot Lite. A pleasant and fllcct
lvc medicine; it imparts strength and vital
ity to tho entire system, Price fl.00, trial
i.o 10 ceuts. Paul G. Schuh, ngent.
: LI VEH COMPLAINT
PRICE AO cents jiikI $1.00.
sold bv BARCLAY BROTHERS
Article from jur
V&solliio tuch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ico.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
am ill parlor to any alallar.
and Diphtheria, ett
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaieline internally.
25 CENTS A BOX.
of all our goods.
COLGATE & C0..N.Y.
An Anvil with fare :t',xs lnche. cliill-tiardctit'd anil
p'lllalii'il: ii imrullnl VIm1 ith I Inch M el fund Jiiwm Unit
open 7 Inrhe: iiinlan Ailjualulilc V'aelhnl wilt linlil ar
"rl, h w Iiiimi Hid a nre nut urnllrl. na almuii in rut. It I
.Im Kiirim r imd llniiw IhiIiIit'h l'Vicml, Iiim icliini; ion-
wtiii'iiri'i1 fur ilnini: lot iifi-iM joliatliiit coM time nnit
money tn lilru ilium. Sold tiy nil Ii'iiiIIiil' ulnleHnle
Iioiini.. unit liv ri'tuller of llnriliviiru or Aurlt'tilluriil Im
plrmmt, but If ynur ilrnler lui nut yet col tlirm In
dork, w e w. II Hi nd nne freight pnld on receipt of pneu.
pOLl'MP.UH, HICKMAN, NEW MAD
llll) AI) TIPTON VI LLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
I ,Lcnvc Cnlro every Tuesday Mill Friday for the
ior tritium or ptiHaiiL'e apply
(ifncc, cor. Mirth nnd Ohio Lcvco.
At Phil Howard' old Hand,
riMIE HESTOI'KKKSII MEAT OK ALL KIN08
-I ahMiy on liniiil In liiru'u q nai. title, mul iip-
Ii I led to atcninliniitH ill nil hour, ilnlin (tliiriV, well
tnnun tn river men, w I II lie I'ouud alumni all limits
tn take order fur num.
TARRANT'S SKLTZER APERIENT
Mitv properly tut culled tliu "Ilumilc" of meill
clue, fur It cleanse Niimru' iiiltfi nn llile, and
nl low the riTiiperullvv power ol' (lieayalein toilo
the work of ru-torutton to health, Nu tncillcliie
cure: NatiiMHlntio cure, llii Aperient linen
the proper nvennua, the him'tlmi lire tierinltlud to
runtime their wo k, and the patient gut well.
BOLD BY ALLllHUHUS'lS.
Ylnim Moil ,'"rn Tll'rHl'hvl Krn flu
1 UUUL lUtU u, (um ft mnlllh, (rHdnai,.
Kiliiranleed pnyliiB utllcce. Adilre Vitlentlue
Urea., Janeavillu, wi.
l'lllllllllllit 'oraitverllaer. IKI pr(e, '.'''Cent
l'.UUWKLI. l'o.,N. Y.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
Hold by UAliCLAY HHOTHEllS.
Lni'so Stork. Fresh Good
Just liet'cived. Trices Lower
than ever. BARCLAY BROS.