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THE ONLY MEDICINE
m tn her Mono ou iuy kouji
Thut Arm nt llieaumo time on
axd mz BIDBSYS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Jiemuss u allow these gwt organs to
E.a.1 KtvuniJ r hum it ! rkttiiff mil iuiittr.Mit
ii'iuwuMarrf thcrffM forced into tfut blood
M Mat woulUoe exptiUd naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
1'ILF.H, ONITII'ATION, IlilNAIIV
IUSEAtE. rKMAI.K V.KK.S KSHES,
ANU M.KVOLS DlhOUKKlIrt, 1
'iy cMtn'j fm attlon of tlttu orijimt and
rtttorinq tluir yowtr to throw off dUtiue.
Why suffer bilious paint and arlient
Why tormaotrd nltlt I'ilcii, Conati nation! Fl
Li Why friiclitcnf-d over dltonltred Kidneys!
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V.VRR1AGECU5D E Yoc
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ClU AliJJ.ltfinni, ann iihiwwiil ii, mn win ww
wuy, vir : Ulrixt Application Intlie prloi'lpalrUit
of th I )ia, Hcitln l AliBorptlon, aod tiiHrtln
It in ll.:lnllui ni. on thn BuinUiui Voali lnB. Jiu
tUnU,iv Do U,l'rotntaiimil,and Urethra, lb
nwnf tl.o ll.MuilrlttH'nl'l llb no pain or Inron
Ti nifnwi, and diM-il Dot InU.rfiTU wltb tb onlinarj
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f -i. i . I.. . . l....ii...n.if.ibUit i tin anil rmitilr
alive rfci iiiioo thn wnnal anil ptirvoim ontanla.
lidimwrvi kid lromill liiiroanil enwia,Bio'pinic
tha drain troin t'i Hyuitin, rrai m
bwillbanilttovind ninniury.iwiuln thn Dlninuml
of biifht, Norvoua Debility. ConfuKlon or Idoaa,
Avuraion to Bo lety,to.,uU!.. anil thn aiMaranin
troiiblM. and rwlurlnir prl"ot. Bt'Xo.a Vior.whnrji
U brw liwn rtorniant for iimrn. 'ihlM mmlnot treat-
Diiint naa pukmi mw wv iu i'-i
n'wanrowMm,oor"m'" uB"nl " -
ei'rlln.d lntbn trnublnri, and, aa many utn lwar lt
ocuato.wltb but III I lo II anyMTnianol(fi"Hl. Jhnr
la no Nnnm-nao alwut tbla 1'niparutl.ni. l'rai-tloal nh.
tumatlouenaoiiiaua w jnninon uni ...t- .
will alYuautiBluctloa, Jbirlnu thn Blbt yara thai
It bai bwnln m.m-ral turn, W havthouanilof Uwll.
moiiUla a ti Ha aln. and It la dw oonwlml by tho
niiv..lof nuu hlna IndoiirinlblaHr umvalant
troiililn, that la mill known to Imtborauiwol unlolil
nitwrj to w many, and upoo wlmm quui lt a pr"y wit It
tlmlr uaidiHW mmlruma and Mn t en. I be Jb-raml
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Iihii.iiimI iiiMul'iiiMii it ti 'Uiriitt, wluiliii rUSB Ifivtl-
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VlVniid miffi-riiii friim HiiMini himtrt iviid (hitrft41rMt.
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LOST MANHOOD RESTORXD.
A viatlmcf Yotitbrnl iniontdnnoo eaMMitt rrema.
; turn tun-ay, Knrvoiia Dubllily, Lot Manhotfl, eU',,
Iialtl trldu In lin every iiinwn rninroT, n.- m
cotfrndaaluplrarJfmiro, yliich hfi lli tid FHKH
to tilt i lUm-anflnrt'ln, addreaa J, H. JlliO IA
OSt:iiaUiiuai,. NrT, .
THE- DAILY 0AIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY
Effect i f Culture on an yKathotlo Dan(htr
nnd a Hoperliitlve I'rut'tltinl J'u,
A few montlis wzo tlio dauo-btcr of a
Rocklnnd man, who ban grown com
fortably well off In tho small grocery
lino, wits sent away to a "funialo col-
leco, anu lat week she atnvetl homo
for the holiday vacation. The old man
was tn attendance at tho depot when tho
truln arrived, with tho old horso in tho
delivery wagon to convey his daughter
itrm utr irunk to tho house. When the
train had stopped, a bewitching array of
ury goods ana a wulo-bnnimeu hat
dashed from tho car and Hung Itself into
tho elderly party's arms.
" hv, you superlative pa!" eho ex
claimed; I'm so utterly glad to seo
J he old man was somewhat unnerved
by the greeting, but ho recognized tho
seal Hkin cloak in his grip as tho identi-
cal juecu of property ho had paid tor
with the bay mare, and ho sort of squat
it up in his arinn, and planted a kiss
whero it would do tho most good, with
a report that sounded above the noise of
tin; depot. In a brief snaoe of time tho
trunk and its attendant baggage were
loaded into the wagon, which was soon
bumping over the hubbels toward home.
Ta, dear," said the young miss, sur
veying tho team with a critical eye, "do
you consider this quito excessively be
yond?" "lleyr" returned the old man with a
puzzled air; 'quite excessive beyond
what.' I'li'vond Warren? I consider it
somewhat about ten mile beyond War-
r.:ii, coimtm' from the Hath way, if
that's what you mean."
'Oh, no, pa, vou (ton t understand
me." tho daughter explained; "I mean
this wagon and horse. Do you think
they aro soulful? do you think
they could bo studied apart in tho light
of a symphony, or evon a single poem,
and appear as intensely utter to one on
returning homo as one could express?"
J he old man twisted-uneasily in his
seat and muttered something about bo
believed it used to bo used for an ex
press wagon before he bought it to de
liver Tiork in, but tho conversation ap
peared to tie traveling in such a lone-
Homo direction that he fetched tho horse
a resounding crack on tho rotunda, and
the severe jolting on the frozen ground
prevented further remarks.
"Oh, there is that lovely and consum
mate ma!" screamed the returned col-
legiatcds as they drove up at tho door,
and presently she was lost in the em
brace of a motherly woman in spectacles.
' ell, Maria, said the old man at
the supper table, as ho nipped a piece of
butter oil tho lump with Ins own knife,
"an how d you like your school?
"Well, there, pa, now you're shou I
mean, I consider it far too beyond," re
plied the daughter. "It is unqueneha
bly ineffable. Tho girls are so sumptu
ously .stunning I mean grand so ex
quisite so intense. And then the par
ties, the bulls, the rides oh, the past
weeks have been one sublime harmony."
"I s'pose so I s'pose so," nervously
assented the old man, as ho reached for
bis third cup, "half full," "but how
about your books reading, writing,
grammar, rulo o tnreo how ahout
Ta, don't," exclaimed the daughter
reproachfully, the rulo of three! gram
mar! It is trench and music and paint
ing and tho divine in art that has made
my school lifu tho bos I mean that
Lave rendered it one unbroken now of
rythmic bliss incomparably and ex
quisitely all hut.
.... m . . . . . . . .
1 he grocery man and his wife looked
helplessly at each other across the table.
After a lonesome pause tho old lady
'IIow do you like tho biscuits, Mar-?"
"They are too utter for anything,"'
gushed the accomplished young lady,
and luis imiui presei vo is situ iy a
poem in itself."
I he old man abruptly rose lroin tho
table and went out of the room, rubbing
his head in a dazed and benumbed man
lier, and the mass convention was dis
solved. Tiial night be and his wife sat
alone by the sbive until a late hour, and
nt l!io breakfast tablo the next morning
he rapped smartly ou his plate with thn
handle of ins kuite, and remarked:
"Maria me and your mother ham
been talking this thingover, an' wo haw
come to the conclusion that this bonnl-
in1 school business is too utterly all but
too much nonsense. Mean her con
sider that wo haven't lived sixty odd
consummate years for the purpose of
raisnr a euriositv. an there s going to
lie a stop initio thi uniiucnehahle. fool
ishness. Mow after vou vo nnisiicd eat-
in' that poem of fried sausage an that
m mphon v of twisted doughnut, you
A. i... .... .i... i .... ..:..., :,. i... u 1 1,., i, i,.-,i
mir nil iiuii iii maun, in i' iiiiiu ui"
seconds, an peel oil that fancy gown,
nn put on n cahker, an then come down
here nn help your mother wash tiisiies.
I want it distinctly understood that there
ain't going to be no rythmic, foolishness
in this house, so long as your superla
tive pa an' your lovely an consummate
ma's running tho rnncho. You hoar
Maria was listening.-.'od d-iffCotinVr.
A Kocu Thrust.
As illustrating tho universal homage
iiid to wcir'.th, a good story conies to
us of two Toledo ladies, who met upon
u recent social occasion. They had been
in tho habit of meeting upon tho samo
occasion for several years and passing
on. This time thev met and chatted
most affably. Said number one to num
ber two: "How well you nro looking,
Mrs. Hlank. 1 think I havo never seen
von lookiiur so wi ll." Oh, yes," said
lady number t wo. "but I think I shall
bo lieiler looking next year, if my hus
1..umih l.i.i.,,i,i, L.iiinu ri.i ItitniiKihitnti llliih
I.IUIlll D 111. I llli Ii. .o -ii .... i . ii ... lip. am...
ladies am always handsome" And dim
tipoko so laughingly that it was not until
1.1. n hud missed on Unit till) vcrv compli
mentary lady was fully awaro of tho liu
plied robuko. lolmo uutirmu.
Vanduvbllt University, Tenn.
As a disinfectnnt and detergent, Prof,
Dnrbys Prophylnctlo Fluid is superior to
any preparation with which I am acquain
tod. II. T. Luiton, rrof. Chemistry
Darby Prophylactic; Fluid purifies a foul
atmosphere, destroying the Infectious germs,
give relief and comfort to tho sick and pro
tootliW from contagion to those nursing.
. a ,, . , . f
in an cukos oi oma i-nnx. sennee uivor.
dinthorla, typhoid, yollow and rolanslnir
I - " . w ... w
In vera lla Itan mill trm flin anrnnil nf lr.ro.
Did you ever know any person to bo ill.
without inaction of tho Stomach, Liver or
Kidneys, or did you ever kuow ono who was
well when either was obstructed or inactive ;
and did you ever know or hear of (iny case
of the k.nd that Hop Hitters would not
cure. Ask your neighbor this some ques
A feure Curo For Piles.
Do you know what it is to suffer, with
piles? If you do, you know what ! is ono of
the worst torments of the human frame.
The most perfect curo aver known is Kid
ney-Wort. It cures constipation, and then
its tonic action restores health to the dis
eased bowels and prevents recurrence of dis
ease. Try it without delay. The dry and
the liquid are both sold by druggists.
Tho Irish in Ireland number about
six millions, lho Irish out of Ireland
are reckoned at twenty millions. This
Is tho estimate of the Irish members of
Parliament now represented in this
country bv Mr. I. M. Healey who
claims to have the car and confidence
of a "nation of twenty-six millions of
1 tie claim is not destitute of founda
tion, for tho Irish in foreign lands do
not cease to bo Irish, and they are en
abled to act in concert through their
adherence to their national Church.
See what a company of Irish people
in a country town will do in u few years,
though most of them may be servants
nnd laborers. They will build a hand
some chiircli, tho large.-t in tho place,
and pay for it before it is dedicated.
Then, in a comparatively brief time,
will arise a Sunday-school chapel; a par
sonage, a parochial school, possibly a
nunnery, all well built and well fur
nished, nnd paid for by the poorest of
our industrial population.
Ibis machinery can at any moment
be employed for any purpose which
both priest and people heartily and re
ligiously approve. Show the Irish peo
ple in foreign countries a fair chance to
set Ireland free by raising money, and
we believe they would send forward
amounts never before contributed by
any people for a patriotic purpose,
it is, therefore, not jvithout reason.
that Mr. l'arnell and his colleagues
claim to represent a nation of twenty
six millions. There are six millions at
homf) to keep up agitation; there are
twenty millions abroad to furnish, if
they please, the money for this purpose.
Theue is more strength restoring power
in a ou cent bottle ot I'arker s Lunger
.Tonic than in a bushel of mult or a gallon
of milk. As an anetizer, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, there is nothing like it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
for mind and body. See other column.
A Renovating Remedy
Is to be found in Burdock Blood Bitters.
As an antidote for sick headache, female
weakness, biliousness, indigestion, consti
pation, and other diseases of a kindred
nature, these bitters are invaluable. Price
He that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But he that trusteth in
Spring Blossom for curing liver, kidney,
and complaints of a like tendency, shall
never be disappointed. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
"I havo used Burdock Blood Bitters with
great benefit for indigestion and constipa
tion of the bowels." l'nce l-00.
C. L. Baboon,
Foil impaired digestion, nnd for debility
frr,m any cause, I know of nothing equal to
Fellows' Compound Hypopliospliites. Its
direct effect in strengthening the nervous
system renders it suitable for the majority
of diseases. Weakness of the i tints and
muscles, impurity of the blood, and inward
wastings may bo cured by Fellows' Hy
Wm. 8. Howe, 51. I)., Fittsfield, Me.
Siui.on'8 Couoii and Consumption Cure
W sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 0
Goto Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness am
durability of color are iinenualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in hnglish
and German. I iic.o 15 cents.
Snium's Vitai.I7.er is what you need for
Constipation, Lohs of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Trice 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul u. bebuh
Boudkn, Sellkck & Co., St. Louis, scl
tho best and cheapest Car Starter made
V ith it ono man can move a freight car. (1)
Hkadaciih is effectually cured by
WUK1IIT U IND'AN VKOKTAllI.K 1'IU.S, WlllCll
clcauso tho bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Cuouv, Witooi'tNO Cough nnd Bronchitis
immediately relieved by fchiloh'a Cure
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. . 8
Ureal chauco to maku mon
Those who always tnko
advautaitu of tlio good clian
cos to make money mat are
tillered, generally become
wealttiy.whllothoss who do
not lmpt ova such chances renin In In poverty. Wo
want many men, women, bnys and girls to work fi
us right In their own localities, Any one can do
ilia work properly rrum tua irsi atari, 'roe oust
mm aim mn.i n.n tin,,.. .iMiin.rv.mma.
Bp."iiWooiitiH furnished free, oonowlloonga
I natal fallal IA lllula tmaMailr (alftllllU
Y'on can devote
"1"""f r? "
yonr whole time to the work, or only your spare
momenta, Full Information and all that la needed
lout fret). Address cilusoo A Ci., Poitlaud, Maine.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvspepida, Liver Ills
east h, Fever anil Ane
ni'ss. Nervous Debilltv
THE llEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
i lila Mvrup priMogeca varied prnpertk'i: It atlm
ulauia lho ptyallui! lu tho aallva, which convorts
Biurcti arm anRiir or the rootl into Klaxons. A
niinclency iu ptyuliue cauaua wind and touritiu of
the food In the utomach. if the mcdlcl ia . u-aan
mmccllaiely aftor eating, the rermuntatlon ol food
It acts upon the Liver,
It acts npnn the Kidneys,
It Kfgulates the Bowels,
It rarities the Mood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It. Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Wood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and. Induces
It nentraliroa (he heroilitarv taint, nr rmlHnn in
tho blood, which nuueratea Scrofula, Krvilpulaa,
aim mi uiauucr oi nam jJiucaHBS ana internal hu
mora. There are no fliirlta omnlovprl In Ita mnmifurtnrn
and It can he taken hy the mont di'Ucnte babe, or by
aeii ami icuoiu, care ouiy Being required lu at-
Galva, Ilenry Couaty, Ills.
I war auncrUiE from Sick Headache and T) r..l-
nom bo that I could not attoud to my household du-
ilea, and a vbort trial of Dr. Clark Johuaou'a Indi
an wood (yrup ellecluallv cured mo.
Jlna. 11KLI.N ELKINa.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
Thin la tf) certify that nr Clark .Tnhnann'a Inrilun
Blood SvrilD bap cured me of Pain In the Rnrli. It
i a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre Hill, Whlto Co., Ark.
This la to certify that 1 wai afflicted with Palm.
lauou oi mo uean lor many years i tried aillur-
cnt doctors, whoce preacrlptions tended more to
weaiten me man tney did to rtruiigthen. I at last
res lved to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
fyiup, which proved to bo a positive cure not on-
iy curing the lienrt Disease, but also a tick Uvad-
acn wdicd nad been troubling me.
MKS MART A. NBAL.
i was anuctcd wun Liycr I nmniaint and lvmnn.
sla and failed to get relief, although using medi
cines from onr best doctors. I commenced ulne
vi. .jonnson a Indian lllonn svrnn. anrlashort. trial
curea me. t. w. KISlU. Mollue. 111.
This cert ties that Dr. C ark .Tnhnann'a Indian
Ulood tiyrut) bus effectual lv cured me of Dvunntwia.
iuu mucu cuuuui nr said in praise oi it.
W. K. WIMMKK, Bedlord, Mo.
Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Tlloml
Syrnp tu every town or village, in which 1 have no
genu l arncuiars given ou application.
DHUGGISTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 West 3d St., N. T. City.
a week lnynurown town. $5 outfit
free. No risk, everything new, capi
tal not retiuireu, we win lurnisl) you
everything Slanv are maktnir for
tunes Ladles make as much as men,
ana novs ana iriria mak-e trreat nav
Header, if vou want a haalnvsa at which von can
make great pay all the time you work, write for par
mum to ii. uaneii i o. j oruanu, Jiauiu.
OTICE TO CONTUACTOH8.
Citt Ci.ttiiu'g Offic, Cairo, Ii,l Jan. 2d, ISS'j
sealed nrouosals win be received at this otlleo
directed to the City Council of the city of Cairo,
until time of meeting of the City Couur.l! on Tues
day evening, February 7lh,s8), for fumi-hlne the
imiu rliil and dot tj iz tlio wiftk ordolnethe work nec-
escfirv for the cniiHtrucMou and reconstruction of
the folliml nc sidewalks, to he constructed of wood.
vir.: On the easterly side of Sycamore street, from
Twenty-third street to TweHty-uluth street; on tho
northerly side oi (Seventeenth street, from W ash
ington aeu"e to Walnut street. A provided by
orillnaiicu No. ?S, approved November Hd, 1SK1,
which ordinance is now on llle in tins office and
snhjuct to examination at any tiiae. I'eraous bid
ding fur I lie construction of above sidewalks ahnll
tie required to give a good anil sufllclent hond as
provided by seel Ion ;l. of chapt er In of city ordi
nances. Said bond lo arcompany bids The par
ty or parties to whom the contract will bo let to be
paid out of moneys arising from sprclnl assessment
to be collected from the property owners w' ose
property abut on said aldewalks, when same Is
collected and paid over totho city treaturei.
The rlfiht to re cct atiyatd all bids reserved liy
tne my. v. j. I'l i.KY,
Ilnlbprt Bros. W holesale Price List.
i Piano, 7 oct., sipiare, rosewood, carved,
auralTe JIV.I 00
7 Piano, upr. 7) oct., cabinet graud. , 171 00
1 3 Orgnn, 4 sets reeds, 0 stops A grand organ Ml 00
OS " B sets reeds, hi stops, coupler, sub Inns 73. U0
0 ir Pianos and Organs warr mUd first-class,
3 Violin outllt, box bow, strings, complete... . 3 00
8 " cremona modul, extra flno I) no
4 Accorduon, tl keys, bass box, lino tone 1 00
Ii " It) " 1 stop, 3 sets reeds, perfects W
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna enmcert, 21 holes W
i) " Ouiiulno Kleiner, 1(1 holes, U.S. 24
11 ' " concert double 24 bolus " 1 06
II Clurlonut, genulno Martin, A keys, boxwood 8 00
17 Fife, tn ebony, German ellvor ferulea 60
in Music box, 1 tune, crank, One 1 III
10 " 8 times,, wind with levnr, large SS on
l!0 Vloloncclh), patent, machine bead, good.. 10 AO
2'J Double Hiiss, patent bead, 3 or 4 strings.. 2)00
HI liuttar, maple, mnchlno bead, One finish.. 4 no
37 Hatijo, 10 lucti, 4 brass brackets... '. 2 00
2S Cornet, brass cornpoeon style case Acrooks II (0
80 Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented 0 00
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Bros.' 15
Hllver " " " " " " " H
Steel " ' " " " " " 4
Gut, Russian, German or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction llook, Howe's or Winners, any
navuig Just made a good trade for 100 Singer
Sowing Mucbines, will sell them for f J5 each while
Money Is quite tafo In common letter If plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will take
Agents and dealers send for our 10-page Catalogue
On above not wholesale palcee igonta caa niake
100 per cent profit. , ,
Call on ui when you come to St. Louie ,
Heferoncci: Any bank or wholotalo hours In
Ilulbert DroB. Is the only Oonural Wholesale
Music House In tit. Louis.
028 Olive Street, Saint Louis, Ho.
"3 f jii, a
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gl mm si9
SS lip Sa
I! WP-M is
For sale by C. W. Henderson. Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
Kor couehs. colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma.
tnrout, chest ana lunu.
Balsom of Tolu
throut, chest and luniks.
but it has uevcr been so advantaueoualv cpmnonnded
diiion lo its soiithim llalsamic properties, It aflords
sysiem uflerlhv cough has been relieved.
SSTPCT UP IN QUAJlT SIZE P.0TTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PEICE $1.00J
A TTrPl OftM I)f n"t be (bxclved by dealers who try to palm off upon yon Rock aud Hve In
JiVU J lOH . place of our Tolu, Koik and Kye, which la tho onlv medicated article made
the geuuiuo basil private die proprietary Slaiupnn each bottle.
'I he TOLU, KOCH, nnd KYE CO., Proprietors, 41 Itiver street, Chicago, 111.
Sold isy Ditrois?T.s, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
f Forlnnef Awnla write niiteklTerrltnTfrea.
fl Su.tlrely new I.e. '.m ll:::: i.-Ui leHcit. l'repell.
Ill Inn Hell f ir sevfirK and all mm !.!. Indes.
lr turtlhlo F:vh C'inl iiml arnTf-et poor Spring.
Sr. S. Silsbio's E eternal Pilo Horned
ti'iveali'.itnnti'ellef and l anlnfnlllblo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold hy PriiiTKsi'vi'ryn-hero. 1'rlcn, ft Oil per hut
firccC'liv nmll, Sampl'S sent fr" to i'hymclniia
tnd llsuiferi ra, tiy V .V iHt ieiUer A To, liox WW.
ow l urk City, boluwnuuluulureraof "Anaktuu.
NKW ADVKK.TISEM KN'TH.
Tli'll'V Vl'iui 'or ''"Proved Interest
l'lthl I X' X I V. tiihln. Dlliitnliir. till. Suntlnantf
address on receipt ol tun three-cent stauips. Ad
dress i i, aries t. Hires, 18 worth Oeiuware avenue,
1 1 for the winter in lurmitifr ilbtrieta. Very
I I Iuxko returim fur comparatively little labor.
I "mm l''or full piirtlciiliinaililreHH immediiitely
l''iHUM,lS J DUO t O. ?.! Uruwlway, N.V.
tlin A tn,hnr. A uir and urtMU. ftl,-
lotU W ork. warrant, d tin, ImwI and
riituiMiat, unliaiMitiHaola Ut every
inan.niitilliMl "tnaSuienrnnf l lfo
cr,S.,f I'rwrvaiwn j" Kinnri in
fliiiiat l'ninrli niunlin. amlKHawMl.
lull Klltrttmi pi.cnulaina twaut iful
si.hiI enirrarinfca, l'J.ri pniaen'.i.
tn hi, liriee mm Iflldliaiint by
annil nnw.AililriMa f hlImn! M.irt.
FNtlW T11VW1 V '1 Instilntnor Pr. W. II HAR
Ta Wirt TVaffnal
K,a.llar f( all IVrtumo.
N.w.A K-uM,iiio,i.. Sill
t Cologne J
tiyilMlrNln lirutt.A eirtum
try SiHiUtru ef limns
n. , ..i ili'Trynolllii,
All r aiuicrs, Modicrt, liiiMiiesa Men, McJun
ics, Stc, who nro lircd out by work or worry, and'
M who arc miserable with PyapcpsiA, Kheuma-,
tism, Neuralgia, or Howel, Kidney or Liver Cum-'
plaints yoncnibeinvuTorareoj nndrnreiloytninr
- ilyuuuiuwuhtuigawuy wall (.iuisumiuUoii, Ui
lpation or any wealtntss, ymi will find Parkcr'fcj
Uingrr Tonic tins err.itct likaidFurlilUerandtlirj
.and far aupcricr to Piltrn and oilier Tonics, P ll
ImiMi tip tho tystcin, but never intoxicates. y
Vt. nndj'r "lirr-i. Mn-ro ' n..C'hrmr.r N. V
haiu ualsam )zr
CAPTAIN II. KCl'KTIS
Has started Ills
A.t lliilz'ri I'urlc.
Capacity LM),000 Per. Dnv
And Is prepared to llll all orders promptly.
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Corner Eighteenth and Poplar Streets.
To Provide For
Bend ti 3-ceut lamps for samples of 4 Magaatnu)
you will be sum lo want for your children.
' Ml a year. The best, largest ami most hilly llhil
trated Magnr.lue In the world for young people.
t , , J 5A I J I jAJN l ifc
The baby s own Magualno, moro cHurnilug than ev
ur before. Only Ml cents a year
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