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INVAHIAHI.T IN AllVANflg.
All ('ommunlrations should bo addressed to
E. A. iUjKNETT.
I'tihMnlior nd Pronrleior.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It la for the
Cureof thig disease and Its attendants',
TUTT'S PILLS nave gained a wo'rTd-wjde
reputation. NoJUbmJma ever been
diHOoverf d3DRtactsso gentljron the
digestive organe, giving them vigor to as
Blmilatejfood. As natural result, the
Nervous System is Braced," tiie Museles
are Developed, and'the Body'Itobuet
Ola ill .nci JT'oxror.
E. RIVAL, a Plantar at Bayou Sara, La., saya :
My plantation la In a malarial dletrtot. For
several years I could not make half a crop on
acooun of bllloue diseases and chllla. I was
nearly discouraged when I bo (an the una or
TUTT'S PILLS, l'ba reault wiU niereloue
pay laborari aooa became hearty and robust!
and 1 Uvi had do further trouble.
Tbv relieve lb enrortrrd LI tr. rleanse
the tiloocl Irons fMilaonuus uuniora, and
mua tlie hostels U art ualiirHlly. srlUl.
out nli Ich no one ran fwl well.
Try this remedy nurly, and you m ill rain
hejtlthy IMttrslion, Yivoroio, Hodr, Pure
Vilowd, Mi-oiist Nerves, and kuumi Liter.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ray minor Chiki chDi;(1ioaOUiR.v
aSlai'K iiy a single application nf this Uvk. It
In. part, a natural color, and ru -i InstuiiKuieoiHly.
r'l J hv IiruifKt-w, or s- nt by riiiienii tu receiut
of nf nl lar.
OfTioo, 33 Murroy Street, New York
(!-. Tt TT 11 A t' A I, of l i,luabl
Mnfunnatian and (sriil Unoelptm I
. w" be inulteil Ttilt on uvpUrntion. f
1 he Had and Wurtliirs.i
are never iuiiutod hikI couutvrfoit:tl. This
is especially true of family medicine, ami
it is positive irHl thl the ruiicly imitd
ted is of the highest value. As soon us it
had been tested and proved by the whole
world that Hup Bitters was the purest, best
aud moot valuable tamily luciicirie ou
earth, many imitations upruDj,' up mid be
gan to MchI the notices iu which the press
and p"!'plu of the country h.id f-jpre&sed
the intiritii (f il. li., an i in every way try ins,
lo induce euffirin.,' invliils to use their
stuff taste-id, fspectitiH to niHke moufy on
the credit and L"Md n me of II. 13. Mmy
other started n .itrunu put up in eimdrir
style to H. B., with variously d vi-ed names
in which the word "Hop" or Hops'' were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same as II. ip Bitters. All
such preten led remedies or cures, no n. fit
ter w hat their htle or uimu i?. and es
pecially tin ise with the word IIop" or
"Hop" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their unine, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Ikware of thenr
Touch none of them. Unc nothing but gen
uine Hop Bitters", with a bunch or clu-ter
of green Hops on the white label. Trufrt
nothing elif. Drut'iiitts and d( ab w are
warned against dealing in imitations or
LYPIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sure Cure for all FEMALE EAK
NKSSK.S, Including Lcucorrhcrn, Ir-
remlur and Puluful .llt'iinirumlrtn,
lutlaininntlori and t'lccrnilnn of
I lie Womb, Hooding, PltO
LAPHI'ti ITLHI, Ac.
nrPlNUMtnltolhelafti', pftli Acioui and Immnnsf
InlUtffcct. Itliagrvatbrlplu prcmisnoy, and r
UsTOi pals during labor and at n pilar pciloda,
IUVS1CU.N8 tSE IT AND PRCS! IllUE IT IREILl.
ITFoa aix WmximiM ot th BnratlTi orRiuis
ot altUurtcx, It In avcond lo no remedy tlin Win evu
bwn before tin public and for all (limiiici of tbt
ICuntiTS it In th OnuiMl Remedy in th World,
VKinNET COMPLAINTSof Klther Scg
FlndUreitt Itellcf In lis l ie.
LTDTA r..nKII4M It LOOM PmiTIRB
ill milii'iitM every nir f Uuinnni tnmi th
lllood, at the Minn llnm will irtvo tone nml 4n'iiKlh I i
lbs lyutuiu. An niarvelluu In rwiulu at Ujo CVnijiuund.
tT"BiththeCiinipottndAnd Blood rurtfl'T arc pra
pand at va and gis WeaU'rn Avenue. Lynn, Itaiw.
Piieeof alther, 1, flit hottlra for . Tbo Compound
to aent by muU In tlio form of pills, or of loienttei, on
receipt of prioo, tl per box for either, Urn. tlnkhara
freely anawera aU loiters of Inquliy. EncUeoiul
tump. Bend fur pamphlet, Mtntton tM$ fiiytr,
"'.'TT' rrn-iutc t rrici Pnxl cure Cuniitlpa
MiD,UJrfuaiioMaudTiirplillly uf the Uv r, 116 (Xutn.
Hold .y nil DrucglMa.-t
IS A SURE CURE
for all dlaeaaea of tha Kldnoya and
It baa apeolflo aotlon on this moat Important
organ, enabling It to throw off torpidity and
Inaotlon, sUmulatlng the healthy aoomuou of
the Bile, and by keeping the bowels In free,
oondition, effecting lu regular dlaoharge.
lolQIuria malaria, have the obilla,
are bilious, dyepeptle, or oonatl pntod, Xlduoy
Wort wUl aurafy relieve and qulokly sure.
In the Spring to oleanee the Byurn, every
one should take a thorough oouras of It.
1- BOLD DRU0QIST8. Prleatl.
lrf5. WOMAN CANV HEALTH OF WDMAtA
jJLSyMPATHlZEWITrriS THE HOPE OM
'-'- ijiuon 1002,
I THa Tlrolninni I I ' " ' 1 i i
In referenco to tho proper place- to
begin laying tilts for uiiiliirgi'oiitid drain,
age, whether at the- upimr end or at the
outlot, Dr. Furnas writes to the Drain
urjn awl Furm Journal:
"If tho drain is dug, l.iu n good bot,
toni, and little- or no water in it, I care
but little- which end I bogiti at, but if I
can have my choice I will always begin
at the upper end. If tho bottom is bad,
with considerable) water, rioedingsome
leveling up, wu must begin at tho uppei
end. I think no lixed rule will apply.
For instance, along drain imiy not
bo finished before- a flood or freeze
would seriously injure- it. Under such
circumstances I would lay tho tilo for
each day'ri work and thus nave what I
haw, for by all means do nut allow the
banks to frcezeand crumble nnd fall in,
or the bottom wash out and become- un
even. In digging ami laying a drain in
sections great enro ri)u,t Co taken to
prevent anything from gating into the
tilo that might he the m. ai.-of stopping
it up. A bit of perforated liu or coarse
screening a piece of old wheat riddle
Caving the Train.
The usual crowd of autumn liars
were gathered together in tho stoiv, oc
cupying all tho grocery seats tho onlv
gross receipts that tho proprietor took
no pride in when a little, blear-eyed
weazen -faced individual sneaked in by
the hack door, and slunk into a dark
"That's him," said the ungratnmati
cal bummer with a green patch over
his left eye.
"Who'is it?" asked several at once.
"Why, the chap who saved a train
from being wrecked," was tho replv.
"Come, tell us about it," they de
mandod, as the small man crouched in
the darkness, as if unwilling that his
heroic deed should be brought out under
the glare of the blazing kerospno lamp.
After much persuasion, reinforced by
a stiff horn of applejack, he began:
"It wai jii"t such a night as this
bright and clear and I was going
home down the track, when, right be
fore me, across tho rails, lay a great
beam. There it was. I'ale and ghast
ly as a lifeless body, and light as it ap
peared, 1 had not the power to move it.
A sudden rumble and roar told me that
the night express was thundering down,
and soon would reach tho fatal spot
Nearer and nearer it approached till,
just as tho cow-catcher was about lift
ing me, I sprang a.-idu, placed myself
between the obstruction and the track,
and the train Hew on unharmed."
The silence was so dense for a mo
ment that one might have heard a dew
drop. Presently somebody said:
"What did you do w ith" the beam?"
"I didn't touch it," be replied; "but
it touched uie."
"Well," persisted the questioner, "if
you couldn t lift it, and didn't touch it,
now in thunder did the train get over
"Why, don't you see?" said the sad
faced man, as he arose from his seat
and sidled toward the door. "The ob
struction was a moon-beam, and I
jumped so that the shadow of mv body
took its place, and "
Bang! flew a ham against the door;
and if it had struck the body of the re
treating hero, there would have been a
much bigger grease-spot frescoed on
the panel. -raV. Travdcrs' Mn'jnine.
Fatten Your Own Stock,
The meat production of the United
States chill i easily be absorbed to the
extent of feeding 10000,0(10 of popula
tion. It will never be done so long as
the average farmer is content to sell his
grain, leaving the production of meat,
beef especially, in the hands of com
paratively few, who make a specialty of
fattening stock. The same is true in the
case of sheep, though not to the same
degree. But for some reason the Amer
ican farmer, aud. indeed, the American
people, do not take kindly to mutton.
The taste should be educated in this di
rection. In all our hill country sheep
should bo the most profitable of farm
stock, and particularly in the hill region
of tho South, where early lamhs may bo
turned off at a low cost, to be eagerly
bought in the northern markets." So
swine should be carried to the full ca
pacity of every farm, both North and
There is a world's demand for well
fattened, healthy pork, and always will
be. Where the climate is adapted to
the growth of Indian corn, the most
profitable use it can bo put to is in fat
tening steers and hogs for market. If
the farmer, cultivating from eighty
acres upward, would study these meat
problems carefully as to the profits iu a
series of years, taking into considera
tion the iucreaied value of his farm over
that where the coarse grains were sold,
he would not belong in recognizing the
fact that his true interest lay in carrying
as much livestock as his' land would
Our most wealthy farmers are those
who have given their attention to the
production of meat, butter and cheese.
1 hey always will bo. Instead of pro
ducing comparatively little more meat
than is required for home consumption,
our export should be iu this direction,
rather than in tho export of grain. Tho
Jirst course brings the more money, and
continuously enriches tho soil. Tho lat
ter policy never made the farmer rich
who persisted in it year by year. In tho
end he must lay out all Id's profits for
fertilizers, while the stock farmer gets
his profits as he goes along, and accu
mulates manure enough year by year
to keep his soil fully up to its original
If a man had, in proportion to hi
size, the (strength of an insect, he could
jump as high ns a mountain; but he,-c,
as in all things, we see how w ise arothc
provisions of nature. As it is a man
can stop on a lack without going
through the roof.
"Spinster dinners" is a new form of
hospitality which will bo introduced this
season. ' Betrothed girls, on tho eve of
their marriages, will give farewell din
ners to their maiden lricuds. Men will
bo altogether absent, and tho only ma
Irons present will be tho mothers of the
future lu ldeiuid groom. I'ailiuga moth
er, a maiden aunt. or even n grandmoth
er, will ini inviled.
Tho United States cuts annually 3,
UOO.OOO worth of peanuts,
BULLETIN": THURSDAY MOIl.VfNYJ WftVKMiiKr, ,30-
A (rood Uabti'it clergyman of Beilin,
N. Y., a strung temperance man, suffered
with kidney trouble, ueuitl-ii, and d Mi
ties almost to bliiidnecs, over two years
utter ho was told that Hop Bitters would
CUre llllll. because llU wan iifruiil i,f n,l riru.
judiced Bgaiust "Bitters." feirce bis cure
ne Bays none need tear lut trut-t in Hop
"A lady had the flesh cuteii off her arm
by scrolul. C uld boo the sinews working.
'Lindsey's Iiiood Hearcher' cured her." J.
Haltton, Elderton, Pa.
Keep your family well supplied with
"Sellers' Cough Syrup," use it iu time, you
will avert brmichinl un 1 pulmonary afflic
tions. 25 cents.
Sproat's Kcta.il Ice Box.
CeusunieiH of ice are notified that for
da ir convenience I have built a largo Ice
bus on Eighth street in Cundiff's store where
re in r.nv quantity can at all times he ob
tained. My customers will remember that
dieirtickeis will bo punched at this s'and
j ist the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
"''Many silly people desire the picci
ous not understanding it." But no one des
pises Kidney-Wort af'ter hiving given it a
trial. Thoi-e that have used it nyree thut it
is by fr the best medicine known. Its
action is prompt, thorough and lasting.
Dm't take pills, and other mercurials that
poison the sjsttm, but by using Kidney
Wort restore the uatural action of u the
Composed of the best known tonic, iron
and cinchona, with well known aromatic,
is Brown's Iron Bithrs. It cures indiges
tion, and all kindred troubles.
r'ucKicii s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve 'n the orlri for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulc-rs, Salt Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Emotions, and ni sitiv.-lv
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per-
tect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2") cents pr Ik.x. For s-de by Geo. E
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped, neglect frequently
suits :u au Incurable Lung disease or ou
sun nion. Brown's b remedial Tioehcs do
not disorder the rtomnch like cough sy.ips
ami balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Couuhs, Catarrh, aud
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Pu'dic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having leen
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the uge. Sold st 2' cents v.
American Ins,t tuteu Pure Grape Wine.
The President nnd a Con.mitiee from the
Farinrr's Club, of tho American Institute,
have visited Specr's Yiueyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grape
Wine of Alfred Soeer, of New Jersey, is the
most reliable wine to be obtained! It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in rsew lork have adopted this wine.
It is for sale by Paul ScLuh. lino
Puke Cod Liver Oil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore. bv.Caswvll. Ilaz.ircl
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
ana sw e'. Patien's who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians bae
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, pimples, nnd
rough skin, cured by nsit)',' Juniper Tar
Soup, made by Caswell, Hazard ic Co.
New York. (21
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This euoimous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and cot a tril bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Never Give L'p.
If you arc suffering w ith low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement thut will follow;
you will he inspired with new life;strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric. Bitteis. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by H irry W.Schuh. (5)
Tho Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Solleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 5 for $,". All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Proa
Personal! To Men OiiI I
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro.
Voltsic Belts and Electric Applicance o'i
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B No ri'sk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our mnny otlmr Kleetm-Oaivanie anil Maifnetlo
Appllam-m and Oarmnl are Invohmlila, and a aura
cure lor Nervous l.liiiy Psralyala, Epllenay, Klieums,
tlm, Overworked llmln, Eilinuatlna or Lot ol Vital
Enemy. Wens lliuk. Klilniy Uimum, Lung, Liver and
Htomiu'h Com I. .mn, and Htb alaitd lo either
stx. Tbew ni'i'lliinein aro the very latent Improved
and entirely different (mm belli anil all othera, at they
positively aenerule coiitinuoim currenta without aclda,
onunlnu no mm, noi Irritation ol Ilia akin can lie
worn at work im well at teal, and are only noticeable to
the weurur. 'I lie puwer la reunlated to an to meet tha
illttereot alntea of all (lirenaca where Electric and
Magnetic treatment laol Ixir.tsrll Those (or
Cure iMPsrcNcr, Scminai Weakness. Lost Manhood, it
They Cure whon nil olae f ills. Our Illualrated
Pamphlet en lo eenl.-l e.;vel.,ptt un receipt ol Soenta
posUa, or securely wrapped, tew.
UowaiaElectro-Muiinclii- lnwilns.ll per pair by mall,
AMERICAN CAS.VAM0 CO.,
312 N. eth 6t., St. Louis, MO.
JV r I 1? 1 T a f T T I i I Y .M
A Ne ana Comp;.'i.. H tel. frontin'; .it l,.:Vo
Sceiirul ur.d Kailroaii Mrvuia, .
Tb Paser.ver D.-p-.t of the Cbicufo, St. lo'Jf
hv1" .,ew U.-lcana: i;!u.o l.c'-lr-il; Wnhuh. M.
Louie and Pacific; hon Moauriilu and S-iutlicru,
ilctjili- and Uliln; t nir and M . Louis Kaiiwiivii
are all Juat ar.rw-a tin- eir -ci; while the titeaiabuai
LhUfiiiin 1h Lui one e juarc die luni,
Thie lloiel Is biati rt by ateam, Uua nuaru
Laundry, H druulic Elevator, Electric Cull bV.'.a
Auteniatlc Fire-Alarme. Uatha. absolutely pure nir
pvrieci ewrnjr. nnd uiinpleto appointuicuta.
fsuperb furLieLiULje; pcrlt-ti siiivlce; ami an uu
l.N'si UiM E.
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Clnli-, iillcmttio eini" I. mi'iinsol' oieklnu nwilur n o n i Uly
pn.llufrniii livc-iiii'iit(.' $lo:.iik,iflonrni"rniloiliii In
J-.ai'h im'iiiU r ui-h ti- lioii.-'ii. ol (..innmril uitetiil A tlio
Clnli. 0 to looker ii-MI. L, .miiiI-m.. in -.ill lily, lie
JKirlant i,jamilr.e em enrli n 1 1 I u r. 61iiih'- tiOt-wli,
nslis'in ill!,', nor,.H c-iCilo, irniiH-riiiile. A ivlinlilr cir.
r'.-iii'ient wni'i'il 111 cm i'V town. B:vlnl liuliii-euienta,
Kxxlannturv i ivn!;trM-nt fnc. A-''l:'- II. K.KJCNMU,
Co., r.; ii i;iiLa&aiit.,LUu;AiiO, liu
PROPKIETOU OF SPKOAT'S PATEM
VVTioirr'alo Dtlfir in I
ICE I'YTIIKdATt LOADOU TON.WKI 1
I'M.KK!) F'i SHIPPING
Oni' I.omli a Wpct.'inltv.
O H' p' i o hi i
Cr,Twlt'tli Street and 1-evee,
VXX S.P-l-.iMD CATAI.OOaB FO l
L,, ass j oi,ri 1 l Jtt B to anr address, lsft IIIuj.
iriti,i,i,,r ail kind, of BRASS. OEkMAH
waolLVEll and REED tuatiumenL.
Willi full Instructions for forming Bands, dl.
vlalon and claaslncation of Inatroments -.
ni H0W o P'lrchaae; termi for
jolU or ai ver platiuK, repairing, Ac. Will also
wJ ti'lti',0".' bw,i antt Orehitn.
... ..uu, a puna hosii; UU;.CMICAGO.ILI.
JbpJAX K nP w n. e m yfo r
Backache cr Lamo Back.
Rheumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramp9 cr Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Disease.
Lumbago, Severe Achesor Pains
Are Superior f onl! other plasters.
Are Superior to Puds.
Are Superior to I.lnlmrnta.
Are.superlor to Olntiiienis or Pnlvra.
Arcatipcrlor toElectrieliy orBalvaiiieni
They Act Immediately.
They 8trenibf u.
Thry Ucllcve Pein at Once.
Tbey Toaitivrly t'uic.
fll I IT! nil ni-nson'p(":ipf.!nepnrni!iiri'is-lUllllllrj
l,'M t'l'vebevn Imitated. 1 o
wnU I iViliiiMit nllciw vonr dniELn!t to
pilm off ome oilier plastor liavinjr a airullar
eonnding namo. Hi'o that the word is apellcd
C-A-P-C-I-N K. Pnro i, -tn.
SEA3URY & JOHNSON.
Aliuiiil.u viirilitf Cb.'iiiii-ie, N'-w n k.
SliH K It Kll V AT I. AST. Price "Sc.
Mtn-uM'tL-?-.-irrRN nnd RtlNiON PLASTFn.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular fjrniluiit of two medical
colli'Ko. Ikii 1" 101 Pinter 1 1 :i wr i t In Hie Ireul
inent nl' 'hrntiif, Xewoun, r-Uiu nml
Hlooit Iim;.i. a lh:in unc nt In r III. vsl.'bui III
bt. l.un!-. ns city pmnT-i show ntnl all olil ri--1-deiita
know, i '6ii-.ii Ititt Ion at oilii-e or Lv iiiull,
free and Invited. A H IimmIIv likir hi opinion
cols niiililiiv". Wbi-n It Ubii'.iiivi-rli-nt 1 o v 1 1 1 1
the city tor tri iitinenl, iin-.ii. m, can lie sent
by ni.ill or express evi rv In-re. l iU' Oile tu os
Kii.irniit' i-.l ; wlo re ibmlit exiits 11 le iraukly
Hiih'd. Call or V l it.-.
Krvons Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, M:rcurial and oth'ir
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood I'oisoninr, Skin Affon.
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rhsumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseisos arising from Imprudences, Excesnos,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It U eir-evLlent Hint diy-t"l.in pnylng
partlciilnr alli'iitloii to da" nfrn-r. ullnliia
irrent i-kill, nml plivalciHii- in ri uuinr practice
nl! over lilt I'liiiici-v !o!ii'lnir this, freqiieiitly
ri'i'omiiii'inl iti tn the olib-si . iti e- In Aiii-rlcii
where ierv known iipplbn is resorted to,
a oi the proved (;., 1 inio-clo - of nil
at'i-s and riniiil rli s in I-ii-i il. A w bole bouse Is
n-i'-l loi'nilici- inrooi-s, nml all nri treiited with
skill in ii rf.i.-i'iol iiiaont-r: ami. knowing
w h it in '. oo cierl iiii-nt-an- mail". On ac
C'.i.' : "i n! imiiilii r api'lvliiBT. '.lie
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