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Publisher and Proprietor,
It oompojod of JJerb.l una Mueilagiriou pro.;,
ueta, which permeate lite ubMtaiioe oftlio
Lung, expectorate the acrid matter
limt collect m tne llruuchml 'lul,iindfornn
toothing coaling, which relieve the Ir.
l itattou Unit chum .j tliucoii(;h. It cleans
tlieiitiiaiorc.il impurities ttrenfftheni
(.lemwfieueureeliiiMl by uleae,lnvigor.
utes the circuluuon of tlm blood, and Lruwithe
ncrrouy,t,.m. Mit;ht cold often end In
coiiiuinptlon. 1 1 U lnnKerou to neglect
them. Apply the remedy promptly. A
I tof twenty your warrants tlio assertion that
no remedy has ever been found that la
prompt initnetfectsim TUTT'S IXPJCTORANT
A iliiuie (1 one rnUea the ftK$iWJz
lull iromation. and it use spcod.lv cure tlio most
c-Winute cou-h. A pleasant cordial, chil
dren take It rcndily. ior Croup It I
llivalualilo nnd. Kliouldho in every family.
Ill n,l tl lli.ul..
ACT DIRECTLY OH TH?mTeb?
Curm thlila urid Fever, Jypepla,
fl k Headache, itll!ou Colic, t oimtlpa.
tlmi, ItlioumatUiii, lili-x, I'alpltatlonof
iho Heart, Itirxjneti, 'Tot plil J.lvrr, anH
I emal e Iirculerliira. if joii do not "li- I
f -ry well,"an.i .'!apill etimu:!. tl.eatomacl:,
3rv4i li nrtju-'iU', in; iartiTiMjr ti tie tya-ira.
A NOTED DiViNE SAYS:
Jit. 1 Kit: l)'ar ,S,ri J or t-n ymm 1 hum
"-n a innttyr t Jiyi.pcp.-ia, Conturation ul
1 ilea. Latapr:npj'oitr pills were I'comuiHidrd
tome; 1 ttaedtbem (hut with little faith). 1 am
now a well m.in,hava if'd appetite, oV-sti-m
petfeet, retrulur p,N gune, and I hava
rimed forty pourxfTwl C Ji. U bty ai worth
C.-.ir weight in ai.ld.
KL V. H. I,, hlMPSW, UuiavilU. Kj .
IH. Trir MiSI Al, of l arful
,tot 'I' I Jtl.Ilu ijjt nl irat Ion . .
Hop Hitters are the l'nnt aii Heel
Bit ters ever Ma le.
Tli''y arc cujip )iiull from II.i.n, M.ilt,
litichu, Jlmniritke and I iinli'luin -tin.- old
cat and Iwjst, and inot valimlls inudirines
the world, anil uinlidii nil tlm lmt nrid
inoit ciintivc p-ojK-rtii's nf nil oiIht n.in-t-dii'H,
Ijtin' tin; ynt- st Hiood Purifier,
Liver U.'guUti.r, and Life Hiid Health 11:
btoriDf,' A-ent (Hi eitrtli. No Uisceenr ill
Itmiili can wailiy oiji exist where lliesc
Iliu.-rs are uv.-d, s i varircl ami pi rlect are
their (iperiiti(.n, ,
They "jive new life and vi.r to thea'ed
and infirm. To ail wh'ise einjiloyini'iitH
cause intijuiaiity of (lie hnwiU (r uriuary
oitr.s, or r. (nire an apttiz;r, Tofic and
mild Stiuitihint IIoi Uitleri are invaiuahlo,
hein highly curitive, touic und ptiinulti
tinif, wiihout lntnxirafing.
No nutter whtt ymr feeiius or symp
toms are, what the diseuso or ailment is
ii, Use Up Bittern. D n't wait until you
are nick, hut if you ouly feel i.ad
or tnijerthle, use Hop Bitteia at
nnce. It may khvh your life.
Hundri-di h.vro been saved y bo doiu
(VJO will he paul for a case they will not
t tire or help.
Po not mf r or let your fri'-nds Hiiffer,
I ut u-e and urire thi ni to use Hop Hitters.
Kemeniht-r. 1 1 p Bitters in no vr.e,drucej
d run ken nostrum, luit the Purest aud
Bent M'-d'cinc twr inul'; the "Invalid'!)
Friend and H'pc,''and no person or family
h-'Uld he without thorn. Try the Bitters
A NOTED HI T IMllXl.ll Wtl.UAM.
Tram U Boston Ulubt.
ilnm. tMort .
The ah.iTo li good llkWM of n. r.Tdla E Mnk.
ham, of I.yun, Jta.-.,hf abov.allothor human Mnpi
may be truthfully called the Dear rrlond of Woman,"
aatoina of tier forrwponilenti lore to call her. fchii
In aoalomly deroted to her work, which la the oitleome
of a llfoatariy, and la obliged to keep tlx lady
axUtantt, to help her antwerthe lartre eornr'jnilonre
whlob dally pour tn upon her, eivh bt nrlnfr lit erlf,l
tiurden of .utterlnir, or Joy at release from It. Her
Vegetable Compound la a rucjlciae for good and nut
evil purpoee. I have personally Innttlgiited H and
am atb(led of the truth of thin.
On account of u prnren merl(,lt h re'ommeiidrd
and preacrllied by thobmt phyaliliiuii In tlio cnuntiy,
Ons lay i "It work, like a charm and wuei much
palik It will cure eutlrely th wont form i f faUlnir
of th uterua, Leucnrrhovi, trrnpulnr and painful
ilentlruatiim.all Ovarian Trouble., lnflumniallon and
mcerattiin, Flooding, all Dlttilnemv nit ami the con
aequontni'lnal weaku.sa. and It c.xclal!y adapted to
the Change of Lite,"
It porrneAtna everj' portion of the ytem, and (rivet
new Ufu and vigor. It miuovet falnlnean, flatulent,
dottroyt all craving for atluiulant.. and relieve weak
nea of tlio rtoinuh. It cuna tlloattntr, Headache,
Nervont Troatratlon, Oenual Peblllly, Hl"oi)loenon,
Dcpraudon and Indlgettlon. Tliat foellnu of beartuj;
down,caulnirMln, woltthl and backalie, la alwaya
permanently cured by Itt uxe. Il will at all tlmi , and
undirall clrvunuitanrn, act In haiiuony w.lh the law
that governs tbo fnniolo ayaliun.
Itootta only (1. per bottle or tlx for V,and It told by
druggi.U. Any advice required at to tpi'clal ennet, and
tho namet of many who have lnn rntoid to rvtoet
health by tlio uw of the VogotaUo Compound, can lie
olitained ly oddrcexlng Mrs. P., with Ituuipfor reply,
at bar homo In Lynn, Mana,
For Kidney Complaint of tilhrr tex thlt roniioiind lo
nuHiinJu-wl aa abumlaiit Mlmnnlala ihow.
"Mr. llnkhamVUvorrilit'myt one writer, "are
(to first tn the irorlif for the cure ot Conxttpntlun,
DIllouiinoM and Torpidity of the liver. Her Blond
I'nriller w'orka won. lorn In Itt tprcia line and blda fair
to equnl tho Compound In Itt popularity,
All niiint rc.eut her aa an amrcl of Men-y whom aol.
ambition It to dogood to othora
riUlaJulpbK l'a, CO alrt. A, M, 1
S DEEN PROVED
fioeaalame back ordltordored urine indl-l
loaU that you are a vlotlm V THEN vQ NOT,
IlIMITATEi uaa Klrlney-Wort at onoe. (drug-
I gUtareoommendlOandlt wlllapeedlly over
loorae the dlteaaa and re. to re hoaltliy aoUoa.l
I nrilOO roroompuunta peouuar
LUUIvOi toyouraox. euohaapaln
land weaknt wet, Ktaney.worti.unturpaa,
1u win mat nromntl and tafolr.
I Either Box. Inoontlnenoe, retention efurlnt,
brlok dutt or ropy dnpoalta. and dul 1 drogRlng
pain, all apeodily ylold to Itt ouratlv power.
BOLD BY ALL UHUOOIBTH, Win 1.
I iMIiltlrW VVWiaii I
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLET tiV: THURSDAY MORiVrm., DECEMBER 21, 1882.
MY SISTER'S LOVES.
Tho month was Mny, ami tlirouLi
my ImlfTOpOD window eame atealini,' a
hoI'I, wind, filled with Siiminer warmth
rind Summer frarninoo. Tho tree in
tho gardija woro full of blossoms. Tho
early men were, in bloom, but of all thin
I saw nothing. My gaze was lixod up
on two figures slowly walking down tho
garden-path u man nnd a woman,
Tlio man was tall, and Htrong, and
masterful, yet lender as it mother with
her first-born, gentle as a girl in all tho
little nets and courtesies of life. The
woman was young and very beautiful,
with a figure slender nnd swaying like
a reed as she walked, and dark, histroua
eyes, which brought to many a man his
I fancied the light in them now, as
she lifted them to (ieofl'ry Bntnseomlm's
face. He was her guardian, and ho
loved her. fSho was but my half-sister,
five years my senior, nnd so I was not
entitled lo her confidence. Indued, on
ly it little month ago I hnd returned
from school, wilh my education com
pleted, in the fashionable .sense of the
term, and since then I had been very ill.
Over-study, the doctor ha-i said, but I
knew better. To my own soul I could
whisper the humiliating truth, could
pour out the cruel confession, with a
sort of savago pleasure at the self-in-tlieted
It was my heart, not the body, that
suii'ercd-the heart that had for ever
passed into (it?otl'ry llranscombe's un
conscious keeping. I loved him lie
who was to be my sister' a husband. If
I had never suspected it before, Ishould
ftavo known it by the now liht In her
eyes, the new radiance of her beauty,
as it bunt upon tne on the day of my
And w hat could be more natural than
that things should be as they were? Did
not guardians always love tlndr wards,
and wards their guardians?
I had never p-nd a book which treat
ed of sin li a relationship in which such
was not the sequel of the tale. And
yet and yet, did it make it easier for
ine to bear?
I turned my gaze away from that
other picture, and lifted mysolf up from
the depths of the great chair in which
I by, until I could catch a glimpse of
my own face in the mirror opposite.
W hat a contrast! My eyes, tho only
beauty I possessed, looked many times
too largo for the thin, dark face; and
my hair, which had been the rival beau
ty to my eyes, was close cropped to mv
They had cut it ofFas I lay delirious
with fever, and crying that its weight
1 sank back, with a groan. At that
instant my sister, returning, entered tlio
"Mabel," she cried "Mabel, darling,
I am so happv!"
And rapidly crossing the floor, slio
sank down on her knees beside my
The contrast was too great. Never
had I seen her half so beautiful.
"Don't tell me-don't!" I hastily ex
claimed, and lifted up my hand, as if
to w ard off a blow. "I know," I con
tinued. "I congratulate you; but don't
say any more."
"You know, dear?" she answered, a
look of surprise sweeping over her face.
"How is that possible?"
"Don't a-k me. Onlv, I know. I
But I could say no more. My weak
ness conquered my strength, ' and l
burst into bitter weeping.
'Poor child! Dear little Mabel!" she
whispered, tenderly. "Do you. love mo
so well that yon hate to lose me? But
you will not really lose mo, dear. When
1 am marrii'd "
"Hush!" I interrupted. "I won't hear
any more," ami, sobbing bitterly, buri
ed my face in my hands.
Of course no heroine would havedoiin
Mich a thing; but I was no heroine. I
was only a foolish child, who had lived
but eighteen years, and who could only
look forward to a long, long life of lone
ly misery for I loved Geoffry.
Ho had not meant to make mo love
him I know that; but when I had
como home for my Christmas holidays,
Alice had been away on a visit,' nnd "so
1 had seen him every clay. We had rid
den, and driven, and walked together,
and, as I havo said, his manner held
thai unconscious and inherent tender
ness toward things weaker than him
self which had charmed my heart into
recklessness pouring forth its uuheeded
treasures at his feet.
My excitement in repressing nil this,
aud seeing the seal set upon my misery,
brought ii.s own punishment. For a
wee!; my life was again despaired of.
Then, because I did not wish the
boon, strength came slowly back. Ev
eryday he came; everyday he sent mu
flowers, or fruit, or somo sweet nies
age; but il was all an added torture.
At last, when I grew better, the phy
sicians said I must have change, and so
they sent mo to thu soa-sido, to visit an
aunt who had a house at Worthing.
I was glad to go. Had I stayed at
home, 1 should have gone mad. Alice
ami Mr. Branscomhe went with mu to
the train. I had bade her good-bye,
and tho train wus just about to sta'rt,
when ho put his bend in through tho
"Vtui will let mo come and see you,"
ho said, and 1 had only time to an
iiwer. "No, no; you must not come!"
Only time for this, and to note tho
swift look, so like pain, which swept
over his face, ere ho moved away, nnd
my last glimpse wasof lhe.ni both stand
ing siil' by side, ns they should hence
forth stand through life.
Notwithstanding my injunction to
tho contrary, he came. I hud boon in
my now home a fortnight, and somo of
tho color was stealing back into my
cheeks, when one afternoon, as I sat
nlone, drenming, as I dreamed all my
Idle hours away, I saw tho face whioli
a moment hoforo had floated In my
For n moment I was happy supremo
ly, ecstatically happy, nnil, springing
up, I held out. botli hands with a rap
turous my of welcome, then I sank back
cold and stem Hgain.
But that cry had brought him doso
besldo me, mid my hands were so tight
ly held In his strong clasp, while his
great brown nycs looked into the vnry
depths of mine, that I trembled and
Merciful Heaven! what was It that I
read there? Could il be that ho loved .
me, aud that he had wooed and won
Alice for her gold?
I should have saidboforo that my sis
ter was nn heiress. I had no dower
not even that of beauty; but Geoffry
Branscoinbe, I would havo sworn, was
not a man lo lie bought or sold, to buy
and sell; and yet, if not, his eyes had
lied, for they had told , mo Ihat it was
mo he loved.
I don't know just what canio to mo
in that hour, that moment, but though
I .realized, or thought I realized, bis
basoncss, yet I could not snatch from
my lips tho cup whose sweetness slaked
their thirst. I held it there ami drank.
We spoke no word of love, but every
day found him by my side. I was no
longer listless; I was brilliant, even
merry. I laughed and sang, as one
might laugh and sing at tho feast of
And so a fortnight passed, nnd still
ho lingered; but Tiis return was fixed
for tho morrow. On that last evening
we wandered down upon tho beach, sil
vered by tho moonlight. Standing in
its rays, ho turned and faced me, clasp
ing his hand over mine as it lay upon
"Mabel, he said, "I love you, child?
Yon aro but a child, and I a man who
has outstripped you in tho raco of life
by twenty years. But will you give
yourself to me, dear? Has it been my
own blind fancy which has given birth
to the sweet hope that I alone might
make your happiness?"
Ho paused then, waiting for my an
swer. Only a minute passed, but I had
wakened from my dream. I had not
thought his baseness ever could find
words; had not thought my sister
would know his perjury.
Only a minute, but I-had torn out my
heart and trampled it beneath my feet.
I turned upon the man with hot, fiereo
passion; I forgot that I had led him on;
I forgot my own baseness, my own love.
What burning, scathing words I used I
know not, but when I had finished he
offered me again his arm, from which I
had withdrawn my clap, aud we walk
ed back in silence to tho house. Yet,
as he left me, still without a word, 1
felt, strange to say, only my own guilt.
IIo bad not borne himself like one con
victed of a wrong.
The next week I went home. Alice
was tho first to meet me, and that night
she crept into my room, and knelt
down beside me ns she bad done once
"Darling!" sho whispered, "next
month I am to be married, and you are
to bo my only bridesmaid."
"I cannot!" 1 answered, "Don't ask
me, Alico! It would kill mo!"
"Do you really love me so well, dear?
But you will not refuse mo this? It
would mar all my happiness, Mabel,
and I am so happy. When you have
seen Harry when you learn to know
and love him for himself you will un
derstand." "Harry!" I gasped. "Who is he?"
"Harry Harry Strettou; the man I
am to marry. Why, Mabel, you told
rue you knew it all. Is it possible you
did not know?"
And then sho told me of the engage
ment which bad been entered into dur
ing her Christmas visit an engage
ment finally ratified aud approved by
her guardian whilst I was so ill.
II had been this she had been about
to tell me litis 1 had refused to hear.
Oh, tho burning shame with which I
listened at last! And then a wild im
pulse seized me to tell her all the truth.
She should know how mean, how pitia
ble I had Leen, even though I bought
her hate nnd contempt, as "doubtless I
had bought Geoffry's.
I did not spare" myself as I told the
story. In silence she heard it through,
and then she sealed my lips with the
kiss of love and pardon
All night I battled with myjnisery
and renior.-e. Alice expected her lover
tbo next day. I felt I dare not meet
In the afternoon sho came into my
"Someone wishes to see you in tho
library, dear," she said. Will you go
She spoke so quietly that I Mi-pectod
nothing, and asking "no questions went
downstairs, and crossed the hall to the
I thought it empty for a moment as I
closed the door behind me, but at the
sound someone stepped from the window-recess
someone who advanced
one step aud then stood with wide-open
arms waiting to close about tne.
No need for me to tell the story, as I
hid my face upon his breast, aud felt
his kisses rain upon my hair. Alice,
my noble, darling sister, had told it all.
Did I deserve my happiness? Perhaps
not, but it was mine mine at last, as
was the great, noble heart of my sl-t'T's
Alice had her wish -I was her only
bridesmaid; but after the ceremony
whs cuded which made her Harry Strci
ton's beloved wife, 1 took her place be
side iho altar, no longer bridesmaid but
bride. Henceforth my sister's guard
ian was mine.
Tho First Christmas in America. '
Tho chronicles of the Pilgrimn. de
scribing their arrival in Cape Cod Bay,
in December, t)2( refer thus briefly to
tho first Christinas spent by them in
"Monday, the 'Joth, being Christmas
Day, we began to drink water aboard.
But at night tho Master caused us to
havo somo beer; and so on board w o
had divers times now and- then some
boor, but on shore notin at nil."
What was done in Plymouth village
the. next Christ mas is more fully 'h
scribed in the quaint language of Gov
"On yo day called Christ nuts-day, ye
Govr culled them out to worko fas was
used), but yo most of I his new company
excused themselves and said it. went
against their consciences to work on yo
day. So ye Govr told them that if they
made it Dialer of conscience, ho would
spare them till they were better in
formed. So ho led rtway ye rest ami left
them, but when they came home at
noono from their worko, ho found them
in ye st recto al play, openly; some pitch
ing yo barr, and some ntsloolo-ball, and
shuch liko sports. So lie went to them
and took away their implements, and
told them that was against his con
science, that they should play and oth
ers worko. If they made yo keeping of
it mater of devotion, let them kepo
thoir houses, hut thurshould bo no gam
iny; or revelling in y streets."
If any one bits represented that wo aro in
uny way interested in any bogus bitters or
Btuffwitli the word "Hops" in their uatne,
cheating honest folks, or that wo will pay
any of their bills or debts, they aro frauds
and swiudlers, aud tbo victims should
punish them. Wo deul in end pay only
the bills for tho genuine Hop Bitiera, tho
purest aud best medicine on earth.
Hup Bitteub Mam'kactukiso Co.
8-jTNothing ho simple and perfect for
coloiing as tho Diamond Dyes, For car
pet rsys, better and cheaper than any other
Sr-KKii's Port Grapo Wine for weakly per
sons. This excellent product of the grapo
is prescribed and used by the leadingphy
uicians in the country, when a gem rous and
iiouiiirhingwiec is deeirabl; especially fur
females, sged persons nd connmiptive;
and by churches for communion. Hun
dreds of New York physic.i uig havo visited
Specr's Vineyards and wine cellars, but
twelve miles distant from Ni w York, and
pronounced his wine pure and unexcelled.
Fur sale by Paul O. Schuh.
W. H. Liuscolr, Niles, 0., h,ul scrofula
for thirty years, and "Lindsey'a Blood
Searcher" cured him. Isn't it wcnderlul?
fiver 250,000 Howe scale havo been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Burden, Seileck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Mo. ' (i)
A Cough. Cold or sore Throat
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recommended by physicians, and always
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an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tha few staple
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Why continue the use of remed'ts that
only relieve, when Fly's Cremn Balm, pleas
ant of application and a sure euro for Ca
tarrh. Hay Fever and Cold in head, can
be had for 50 cents? Apply into nostrils
with little floeer.
riinot, 11,'e Is twcrplng by, go
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Nervous Prostration. Dobility, Mental aud
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runs, i MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! A
Klegnut cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for M
cents in poit'iite or rurrniii y Over 11 fty won
derful pen picture,, true lo lire ai'thieon tho
following siihlccts . WlmiiiM marry, wlio not;
why I'roper age to marrv. ' W ho marry flrat.
itnnliooil, Womnnhord. I'livslrsl decay. Who
diould luaivv. llo lite and liHppliiekn may bu
Jiicioau'l. Tlinvi married or . onli niplstlng
roaming ulinuld read it. It oin.lit lo he rend
ov nil adult ).ernn, then ketil under b''k nnd
key. Popular edition, ninr. av il,o ... but paper
enver and nuopagrt, ii i: nts by null, lu aiouujf
CIiiIk, oiTi rxthnsurrst niinnsnf making regular tnonihly
prolit. from liivcT.iineiiiof In I of liHWurinoreiliiiiiinrin
.arh nieinlMTgcHi.iip liem lit ot combined mplinl of the
Cluli. HI tn Hid :r cent, Oitidciiil po.d liiMHIilr. lio
MirtNOf "iiernllomiscnt nn li nu iiiir. tharo i 10 each,
nilerin ih!i, imiia-e.iilie. irntn-ft ruble. A relliililoi or
respondent wanted In every town. Ri Mnl iiioie cinema.
liM'liiiinlorydlieulnrHeiil. rnv. diiiv. II. K.IUiNuaM.
Co I'.TAt lo) LiiBulluat..C'mU.UiO, lu.
DLUTO X I TDf"r Soldier, Widow, Pur
1 JliiNolUiNo',:"' 6,1,1 '"''ren a.,
- t Reiian. wound or I III n rv
oniUluii. Mlllloui apnruiiriaKd. Wot king Ion e
dotili.od. iliiTi' made lianpy. Prompt work.
Apply now. Ken tin. DeHcrl.cr untitled to nil
due und dli ch rue under now Inwi. Ori'iiUuc
ccm In Incrvatu citsca, Bounty and hack pav pro
cured. 'Ihe ' Aorld ami holdlur." (weo.tly pupur).
Hnmplo copy free Send slatrp fur full liinrucloni
blank and bounty UiblM.!) A TIYXTTC
for rnvcnt"r Aldrcetl A 1 Till 1 i3
N. W. KM'ZOHH thl) CO., S'ensinn, Patent. A
Land AU'jre, WMhlngtun, D. C. 11 6-d i-w-lm
X8S3 BENT fltE to any addreat, 10 mill'.
SILVER art KEEd' 1? A88'
, '. ..... . ...,u. u,r lornung DanUl.dl.
. ii i . w 10 rurcnaae; term for
tend, IfdiKlrcd. our Hnnri n,i ....-,.
-' l ll
E flctrle AnnllinrA ar .nt nn V l.in.1 t.i.i
- r w-i ww ai) III0I
TO MEM ONLY, Y0U.13 OR OLD,
"IITHO are tulfertna from Ntavoe riEBii.iTT,
' T Lost Vitality, Lira or Nkhvk Foai aan
Viooa, W TiNo WiAKKiuKa, and a thone dlaeuMW
of a I'taaoNAt. Natcbr refilling from Aaetkt and
Omit (.'ACsas. Hneedy ivllef an I complete resto
ration of It kai.th.n Kioaand MA- uoonut arantkd.
The grandoat diseovery of tho Ninei. enili Ceniurr
Send at uueefor illustrated I'Huiplilui fr). Addreat
' VQITMO BEIT CO., HASihALl, MICH.
I'l'i' 'rirf ttr ittfTtriwiaiaia-tati i
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our many other Electm.Os'vnnlc and Magnatta
Appliances and Csrmenta are Invnluable. and a ture
cure lor Nervous lhtllt Paralyait, Kpilenty, libeuma
tlsm, OverworliMd brsln. Eihumlliio or Lou of Vital
Knargy. Weak Hack, Kidney lilstHue, Lung, Liver and
Stomach Complaints, and are adapted to KITUIB
SIX. Thata appliances are the er latest Improved
and entirely dllferent from beltt and all otbert, aa they
positively genarate continuous currenti without acid,
causing no tores n.-r irritation ot the akln-cao he
worn at work hi well ,e real, and a- only noticeable to
the wearer. The power Is regtdatad to at to meet the
different stages of all dleres where Electrlo and
Magnetic treatment it nt beuulit Tbnae for
Cure Impotenc, Seminal Weakn:ss,Iost Miriooo, ao
They Cure when nil elce fnl. Our lfistrted
Pampnlet mii' It '..ii.id onvr-lnp oo receipt o( 6 neat
nottaye, orae.ourlr wrapped, lieo.
HowatdElectro-Magnetlc lnsohs, II perralrbymall.
AMERICAN CALVAIC CO.,
3J2 N. 6th St., St. Loult, MO.
ir"S a 1 ' if '
A Ntev and i oinpiete Hotel, fronting, on l.ivu'
hecoud und iiailroud Streois,
Tb Piiatctii;er Detmt il the Chit .in-u. St. I., ml
ate' .if Orlana; llliuols Coiilral; Val.ah, Hi.
uoiit ann i-aciuc; lion Mountain and rAnuiuurn,
Mobile end Ohio: t ain and St. Lnuia Itainvavt
hf all Juet acrot tlio street ; while the Steanibi'ai
Luli'ing it hut onn t;iinre illfnnt,
Tin Hotel la heated by ateam, liua tem
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevalnr. Mm trie Call Holla
Automatic Klro-Alarms. lint be. absolutely pure air
reflect aewnrage und muiplolc itppolutiiictite.
Mipern tiiriilsliltica; perfect not vice ; aud an nr.
t. I PARKKK cV t'f )., J jnaaeea
T X X E S T 0 J S
D 'l lrluc Kir t rtiM
Pkj ing S4 cks i r !lnni:a i iclding .
Te.N 'Ell CENT. IVratin-
im, nnd ovo',
muyohiikiti full purlicu'iir, with suilsfii 't rv refer-
ences n d t.i'i.l 'inuiMls, h n I drus-lu ; II. HI.AIS
DKI.I, l i i'I Ag't, H '.'uugrtf.' St , llnaton, Mas.
Mention this paper.
71 . !LVrn'l'.ll h O.i
SS ri bifli 11 I m m
nuitiinii Mi nit) tAurlu I'uiiul u it i'-r tlio
1 HuMiilri, fimidut, llolii. 1 tier, Ui-I Hurei,
8or l.yitt, Mt-TcurUI lMai!, rurrli Uinr
Appetite, F-malo roinilatiiU, 411 Hioittl
' lt(-voi, It nrvnr iKiti. All tlnittil.sL, 4 tit
um k (wra If II. K,
k I.. I (', l'llkhit-li, 'Hi liver? hHlln
INJKCl'lOW, I n noeltiv cure fhrull DUclmrirn.
Btlngmg, 6uiiirtinK nd J'aiiinil Beu.miou 01 ih
WWRTWATJV T) A CCA ft PC
SI OOP"rbo,Uo' For sale by all drug
- ,-. i ittn, or dnnt bv Kxioesa on re
celplofpilco, JOHN 1). PAM It tr, H0N8.
17ni,nd 17?Sycnmoi-ear OINCINMATI
OHIO. House mention thiapepor. v w
-p-oplari'ftlwa,oii the look
I'oiil for chaecet to Increase
their earn Ings, and lu time
buconie wcailbv : lhoe who
do not Itnprovti their oppor
tunities Mtnuin lu poverty.
W oiler a great chnnro to make money. Wu ftl,t
main men, wuinan, bnya and girl to work lor ns
right In iholr own localities Auy ono can do the
wink properly frniii tho Mitt siart. I ho htisiliest
will pay ini'rc th mi ton time ordinary wage. Ki
pensivcnuttl' fiirulHlivd free, No one who engage
ial a to make iiiutiey rap dir. Vou ran devote
your wlinle tini" In 'Im work, or onlv your spa e
moments fil l luforuiHlion ami n 1 1 at I nooded
sent free. Add roan S TIN SON A CO. Portlund, Mo.
tUiitu, ft.t.,, Dereinhvr n h, W'l.
The rcgul ir nnuiwl moellng of t hn rtockholUers
of thu City National Hmk, of C airo, for Iho 1 nr
pose ol'si)i'Cin - seven rilrtr.tors, w II be held at tho
ofllru.ii e ' lit ha ntt, In thlscliv, mi Tuesday, Jauuu
r.vtli,lv,. Polls opcu at 1 1 o'clock a. ni nnd
Cloto lit n'i I n b p, in. o sn'd day.
tl. 'MW.W IU LWlLVY, Cashier.
m f DR. f rjn ,
BEFORE AND AFTFP
, 1 m.i S .jmm
Tboae; dealrlng to make raonef
on tmall and meUium iuvettuieuti
In RTttju. proviaioim and (took
liUtttlon, eaa do o by operat
ing on our plan. fr0m Mey lit.
urirn km i""'. "0Preeiitdate,onlnvet-
ji, 'lav ! realized and paid to In
VKfl 7i?2tVJS? " tin H toaeveraltlme.
Anil '.rW'"1 invest rnent. Profit
"W P" d flrat of c. very month, tmiea.
n 'be original Inveattnent mak.
STOCKS tna uionv or payable on demand.
uiuwrta Mpinnntorvr olieuiara and ttate
4IOt ni"l of fund W mt (re Wa
FLEMMIXQ & MERRIAM,0 si"-...u
NRW AUVKIiTlSKM ENTM.
Mason & hamliJJ
HliT A YC"11"" winltil brut, having been
il U- t TJ.'? dncrmsd nt every Great
, ,. ' wiirdilnduatrlal Cotnp tltlon
for hUteen Years; nn other American nrgar. bar
ing been loiind equHl at any. Alao cheapuat. Ht.fl
i octavet; iiilUcloiit compass and power,
with best quiiltv, fur popular auered and ecnlar
tnuelc In ec nulls or families, at ouly j'.'2. una
hundred o h"r atvlet a' :)0, j7. jti, $78, $M,
"V i "H' l, '00' ,ln', "I'- '''bo lrK"r style are
whollv unrivaled by unv otlicr organ. Alto for
can pavmenis. New lllustratoit Catalogue fre.
he M ason it HAMLIN Or -an and Piano Co.
1M Irumnnt atroec. Boston: 4(1 Ka-t Uth ttreet
(union qmre), sear York; li vV'ah.eh Arenue,
OI'lYfr MIX l'70''wntto learn Telegra.
, , , m a lew month, ana lv
certain of a sltuailnu, adilie-t VnWntlno Brothers
NewppapiierArtvertisl igBurona, 10 Spruce et N.Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Itlood, and will completely ehenge t he blood in the en.
tiresysteinlu threeinontne. Any person who will take
1 pilleaeh nighlfmm 1 to 19 weeksmav be restored
to sound health, if such a thing he posnible. Sold ev
erywhere, or Bent by mil for 8 leiter ttsmpa, 1. B.
lOHNfOX A Co., Bstoii, Ma.st., formerly Bangor, Me.
I nav posuivo reinnly for the abuve disease; by It
". i (Ionian. i of cues of the worst, kind and of fong
Handing havo been eared. Indeed, -nng Is mr faliS
oi Its eill 'uey, that I will tend TWM IHU J l.f 1 FIlftR Vo
(ether wltn VAM'AULK TKEAT1SK ni, ll.l, dltewe.te
iny .uflorer. Give Exprean and 1". O. ail.iriMs.
DR. T. A. SLOCL M, 111 rui I u Now Tort
LOG ROLLING. -
While Wrest!lui( with a Fallen '1 ree a lumberman
R cclvee Conscquentia! Dam i(;e,
While on n hdtitini excitrtion In !ho Rroat coal
aud wood t jjlon near f arboiulalc Pa., the writer
met Ullan Coll. a lumberman. Arciiaiiimed to
life and labor in the torrent from early tnanhood, ba
was a true K'llbi of lli.i Axe. Many a tree bad
falleu before hla rlnnlni; stroke, ami n.'eis of raft
had homo away to market tbn enwed prodacl.
Coll la a character, mid If Occar Wilde 1 riUt In
aay'i.y; that all movemeut In tuililudored labor ara
Rniceful, our friend William, airlpped for his work,
nnd attacking a tree as Richard I, assaulted tha
heavy dooreof Fi'ni.t do PtFUl's Cuttle maat hare
presntilnl ui ud i ir.ihle ptcture.
Ouo di y, however hnt let hint tell the story
hluii-eir, as he told t to mo:
"I wan out iu be woods, you know, trying to
start i lo, n down a hi'.l. 1 bulking I could get a
belter purchase on It from the lower able, 1 tackled
It there nh my log rolling honk and threw my
weight on the b ver. sim iturted she did, but as
luck noil d liuvo .t, In line 1 could g t out of tba
way, the rolled rght i.ver ma. II It hadn't been
for a lot of small llinbt nnd brush lying In the road
whltb lifted her up, ahe'd acrnslmd me flat. At It
was I got up without a broken bono, but wtib tome
mighty bad bruises "
-Then j on were all rlgh ," eald lilt auditor.
"Not bya blan,d sight, manger. I took cold
rheumatism tot in, and, If I hadn't, heard of REM
"SON'S CAPCINF. POKilS PLASTBKS and
useu cm, in my opinion l sliuold never hay
made another ch p fly. But Hie Capclno took bold
quirk, and I'm about as good a new. But there's
ono thing you kin calklUto ou:-I shall never
wrestle with uuother log nuluss I bove the advan
tage of Ihc ground F ir, a I told von beforo, If It
hadn't boen for them brushes I'd been smashed so
youvco dd a sold tun fort door mat."
Tha t'npclne Is the thing for thetimstlsm. It
doe'h't ke. p you waiting. The word CAP01NE
Is err In tbo center of tbo g -nulne. Price 25 cent.
Heabury Johnson, tbemlsts, New Y. rk.
FARMER'S H)N8 AD DAUGHTERS
tir any Activo Man or Woman
CAN MAKKW; ?awfif
In Catb, working t rtlin American Far ner.
punier a a. i. n.Ae u it 1 1 , r 1 nayne, ina,
I J i ibr all Union Soldier I U O n C I C T
I ilvPUftRrE i'Kvuitt.u. Apply
cent siBinpt to STOPPART A. CO..
Educated and rnn'tieal grower now assort to 'oi
motto "That the further Norlh NitiU
"Aeortiir Uil year a fill line of Hiamlanl Potato,
true tinine. grown on dry upland; Hcot.rj Fyfw and
illiioHUun wheat i White Ituaalan OnN ; Kl.univeVCto.
liatm,aidto la'onewe..kerllerthn l.arly York tour
North Hlur Yellow lie nt Corn atlll hike (lie lead, and
irnws thH t.wrllHt. tli.tip nvn.!..... ...n i. ,
(or fodder taoiual toaiiy; of nulimeerd, tomato,
carrots, twis, Aw., Ac a full line tnd lunm rron. ii
M1 growth on our own fsniia, Wild 1(1 for dock
iKiniU alwtvs on hand for 8prin or Fall sowing.
Tth Aunualr'alaloa-i rnu. T. "if. ,tli:Tl' t.F.
Urawvr, luipoitcr&Jobbcr.eit. raul(iUiua
fWPtfnH iK3 A Iiciulina Loudon Phyr
irillflVl 'iHI rsinMrnhisi as .
II llllS Ollloe lu Now orit
II II lurtlioC'urcar
I II Ih EPILEPTIO FIT8
Pr. 4b. Maxim! (late of 1eavinl,wha mtket a i
rltllj v( Kpllsiwy, hat without donbl treated tnd carta.
hattlmplibseaMimil.nlngi wtliai hsrd ot ' esaet of
e" "to jsar.' tin.lliif tueew.ftillyeure.I Sy him. Ha
hat BiiMlsheil a walk on thlt dlseaw. wtilfh be aetiii
wl7h alsrBanlileeirilwinrtrfulciir frta tn anyinr.
Serer who may nd their ttpmsa and F. O. Addxtst
. &. A. UliUoidl'.Jali,1tw'ia
disabled In line of duty. Ill U n LH0 L
ifnoiislon.Lawiinnr 1 no 01 1 ay ana
iv.re Liberal. An ntAllO Bounty to
;iilnii soldiers reported on rolTsaa deserter