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A NOTED BUT CN'UTLEII WOMAN.
From the Button Qloic
The above U a good likeness of Hre. Lydle E. Pink,
ham, of Lynn, Masa., who above el other human beings
may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Woman,"
ae tome of her correspoudeiiU lor, to call bar. line
la lealously devotod to her work, wliliit ta the outcome
of a Lfe-etudy, end U obliged to kep tli Udy
assistants, to he!p bar answsrthe large correspondence
which doily poure la upon hor, each bearing !te special
bunion of suffering, or Joy at release from It. Her
Vegetable Coropouj.dta a medicine for good and not
erll purpose. I hare personally Investigated It and
am esttilkd of the truth of this.
On aocoit of lt proven merlte. It U re"TOraendd
and proscribe : by thebeet physlcuui in the country.
One sayst "It wri like a charm and saves much
pain. It will euro eulo-ely th worst form of falling
of the nu-ru, Iy io rr' .oa, L-regular and painful
Menstruation all Ovarii , rroubles. Inflammation and
Ulceration, Floodliigs, i'. Maplac'SK-nta and the coo.
eequent rplaal wealcnon, iud U especially adapted to
the Change of life."
It permeates every portion of the system, and glree
new life and vigor. It remove faintnesa, flatulency,
destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weak,
asse ot the stomach. It cures Bloating, nesdarhea,
Nervous lrostrt;iu, Goners! Debility, Slt-epk-ssnesj,
Depression and Indigestion. That fading of bearing
down, canwiig pain, weight and baekai-be, la alar
permanently cured by I use. It will at all limes, aud
wider al) clreuinrtao -ssact In hariaony with the law
that governs the ' ..;ale system.
It costs wily f i ; rr l! tlo or Hi for 3., and la sold hy
flrugguta, .'.ii.- iloenx,ulrdastosperai,eis,and
Ihenauincf J. aay who bare been restored to perfect
health by t!:t jieof tho Vegetal le Compound, can he
oMair.t-d I r .L.ureiUg lira. P., with stamp for reply,
a. i m ..aj InLyrtn, Kane,
'.. ... Aldcy Cuiuplalist of tlhtr sex thle compound I
anurid an abundant tUiuotiia! lb jr.
"Mra. Ilnkhasn't Urr Ili a," says toe writer, "are
tkttxtt in tht vforM for the cure of Constipation,
BUtouinoss and Torpidliy of the liter. II. r I)!.!
PurUler works wonders In lta special line and bid (air
to equal the Compound In iU p -pulrlry,
All niuxt rwpvt her aa an Angtl of Ueiry whoee eul
ambltlou It to dogucnl to otlna
Phiiidelplila, 1'a. (fj Mra A. M, t
It Mmfowl of iteib il mid MuoilaKinoue pio.-iii-'H.w.tiCjpcrTutatc
Uieaubatauce of the
Iuni txprctoratea the acrid matter
thatciicctela tiie Utuuilnal 'i ub.a,nnd iutmt a
eootlilng coatIKt vbiiii relievta ti fr.
I itntlou that cttu.-4.-a tie cough. It cleanaca
tlielunireofall impurttlea, atrerjgthene
the in ir tie u eufce biril ty dieeaiee, inrigor
at the oircuiauoa of the biooj, and bruii),o
r.Toiieiytnn. fllc;lit colde often cn.l In
conaumptlmi. It le lanrroue to nrfrlet t
them. Apply tUe rtmiUy promptly. A
t tof twonry yc ire warrant tho aet lion that
no remedy ha ever heen fonnrl that lta
prompt in . i. lfec',M TUTT'S EXPECTORANT.
A ain(le Uoae ralaei tbo ilileffin,tbuuui-a
i n imiiiatiun.aril its u.e arxH.ijlv cure tbenvxt
o,.laui,.rjuih. A plrataiit cordial, rlitl
drert take It readily, i.-r (map It le
tut alualtle and anou'il Ni in every fiuuiW.
. lnV. andl llflltln,
ACT DlffECTtY ON THE LIVEH.
t'tiree tliilla and Jrcver, ityaprpala,
Mck lfrada'liP,iUioua Colic, loiixipa
tlou. Hiit uinatliiin,! lie., I'nlpltatloiiof
I he Heart. IHiineti, Torpid l iver, and
1'riaale Irrelarttle. If you do uol "h- I
vn y well," a aiuclo piH :iiai.;atc the atom. icli,
iui(orit!ieaptl.U),iinnnit :tor to tLey.rn.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS'.
J-'u. Icit: War ttf lor tfa ytuia 1 buro
r..n a martyr tl I) 'prnialri-nitipatinn an 1
l'llre. Ijiat aririiiff joi:r pill were roojmimnde.1
time'; lnwdtheuXbutvilhlitilefalU.l. lam
now a well man, have good appetite, dircntlou
pfifoot, reifular a' ' -'. t.il. a gon, and 1 haT
piined forty poun rT;id il-.ah. They are wuiiU
tUi ir weieht In pnl:f.
lifcV.lt,!,, KlMP50N,I.cultmf. K),
Offlcf . 3. M nrray HI., !Vevr York.
1)11. T I TT'H M A I! A I j f Viul
'IWelpte I'itl'.K on application. I
Hop 5ittTH uie tlie I'urvrt au'i lWt
Hitters cvrr JiadP.
fiiey arc compouii'lud from llipe, Mult,
Bucliu, Mauarukc ana D unlt loin t tie old
wit uiul Imt, nnf mosl vnlinlilo tucilicinuB
ia the wurld, anl conmin all tliL' Iit uu J
nio.st cui.itivc propertii' of all oilier icm
edit'", being the gruati-st lilood Purifier,
Livi-r Hcjulator, and Lifunnd Health Ho
atorinr; AsjRiit mi earth. Xo disrvistMir ill
Lealtli cm poshibly loug exist where these
Bitters arc used, so varied and perfect Rie
They give- new life and vigor to the aged
and intirm. To nil whoso otnploymeuU
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organs, or require nn apctizfr, Topic and
mild Stimulant Hop Hitters aro invaluable,
being highly curative, tonic and stimula
ting, without iutiixicaiing.
No matter wlmt yvirjr feelings or symp
toms Hre, what the disease or ailment is
Is, use Hop Bitters. Di n't wait until you
aro 6iek, but if you only fuel bad
or miserable, une Hop Bitters at
once. It may save your life.
Hundreds have been saved by so doing
500 will bo paid for a case they will not
cure or help.
Do not suffer or let your friend suffer,
but uie and urire them to use Hop Bitters.
Remember, Hop Bitters is uo vile,druggeg
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and
Boat Medicine ever tnadu; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
hould bo without, thrni. Try the Bitters
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tna ruhiit mini mr
Soea alamo book, or dlaordered tvrtn lndl-
...... ..mIImI ipirmr iui unr
: HESITATBi uaeKldney.Wortaton8e,(drug.
!..... I M ttmA I. Will .AJU.I1,. AMM.
'joorae the dlaoaee and reetore healthy aotloa.
and weakneaeoa. Kldney-Wort la uniurpejaed, J
mm mm wi mi juiu- wuai
!laa it will act promptly and aafbty. ISJ
l BltnerBez. inoouunenoe.reieQuoa oiuriu-,
llbrlokduat or ropy depoaita. and dull dragging
i paint, all apeedlly yield to lta ouraUve power.
BOLD BY ALU EBuOOIBTB, PrloeSl.
Dinner Table Tancies.
To bu thoroughly good form ut din.
ir is tho vurv inlloi
life, hike iimny other regulations of
Boeiitl life, dinner table otiqiictto U arbi
trary , but not to know certain things is
to argue yourself unknown ho far us so
ciety life goes. To tako soup -punhin
tho Hpoon from rather than toward your'
self; to touch tho napkin as little as pos
hible; to accept or decline what is offer,
ed instantly and quietly; theso and ollj.
er trilled characterize tho woll-bred
diner-out. Tho attempts to introduce
too much color in dinner-table decora
tions are rather declining. The finest
while damask Mill holds tho preference,
and the center piece of olusli or velvet
under lace is little used now. Fewer
llowcrs, too, :iro seen, ami those in very
low forms. TTio dessert plates come in
deep tones in Dresden china, and the
doyley on which the finger-bowl rests
should be immediately removed with
tho bowl on reaching the guest. The
latest fashion in ice cream plates is the
Bohemian glass in oval form with small
handles. Menu- cards, hand-painted,
hold the preference, but many are seen
on tinted cardboard with engraved vig
nette in oue corner and the date hi an
other. " m
According to Mr. Cliiu lei Wyndham,
the well-know ti aetor, the tapestries at
the New York I'nion LcMgue Club are
the handsome,!, he has ever hccu, and
liner in every rospert ilian can be seeu
at any club-house in all London.
Scene, a butcher stand. Butcher:-'
"Come, John, bo lively now; break tho
bones in Mr. Williams' chops, and put
Mr. Smith's ribs in the basket for him."
John (briskly), "All right, nir; just as
soon as I've sawed off Mrs. Murpbj'a
The giraffe was introduced inly Eng
land in M7.
It is a good rule in receiving bank
notes to carefully ex inline the general
appearance of the note, the geometrical
latho work, slunlingof the letters, ruling
engine work, vignette-, and solid print,
carefully noting whether they compare
with standard work. The ink, printing
and paper mu be considered. Ti e
charter number appears on ail bank
notes issued since 1875. All national
bank notes are oigned by Y. K. Spinner,
Treasurer, prior to 17,',.' AH geuuine
notes of the United Males Treasury bear
check letters. A. B, C. or D, and arc
numbered consecutivelv, commencing
with 1, thus: A is 1; B. is 2; C 3 and
D i; or a number, which is divided by
i, will show the number to be even.
Genuine bank notes arc usually print
ed on pajKT of good quality, though
varying much in thickness oome being
quite thin. It is not impossible for
counterfeiters, to procure a good quality
of paper, yet counterfeits usually have a
smooth grea.-y touch, while the genuine
note has not, but will cleave to the ling
ers. Tho paper, though important in
auestion, is not infallible, and it will not
o to rely too tniieh upon the quality.
All notes in the United States are now
printed on fibre paper, the fibre consist
ing of silk threads which are in and form
a part of the substance. Tho govern
ment are now also manufacturing the
note paper, having two silk threads
which extend the whole length of the
note, one a red. the other blue, which
are discerniblo by holding the note to
the light. These' the counterfeiter has
endeavored to imitate by drawing two
parallel lines on uie surtacc. luis will
be found in the counterfeit UnitedStates
ator ami bkv, when done with the
ruling engine, cannot bo successfully
imitated. It is rare to seo fine vignettes
on counterfeit notes, yet many very
uatijxeroiw imitations nave liecn pro-
uu'cii. loir, However perfect, a counter
foil cannot be tho same as the original
or tren nine.
I hen there is tho geometrical latho
work. All designs, such a., circles, ov
als, squares, etc., and upon which tho
denomination is usually placed, com
posed of a not-work of fine lines crossing
each other at such angles and distances
as to produce tho desired ellect is called
tho geometrical lathe, a wonderful as
well as beautiful machine. The patterns
produced by the lathe are of every con-
ceivaoie variety oi lorm ami shape, ihe
lino lines is the characteristic ot this
description of engraving and in tht'cen
uinc note can be traced throunhout the
design, never breaking or losing itself
in another line, or having any irregular
ity whatever. The lino is usually white.
on black or green ground, or sometimes
red, luit may bo a black, creeii or red
on white. In the counterfeit engraving
tho design is engraved upon tho plato
and fails iu various ways. First, it is
impossible to produce the perfect line as
in the geuuine, and the eQect to tho eye
win do more or less mill or sunken in
appearance as well as havimr a scratchv
look. Tho design will also be darker or
light in spots, as tho lines aro sometimes
heavier and sometimes lighter, as well
as tne spaces between aro sometimes
wide anil again near together, beiug ir
regular in hizo und sometimes broken.
Second, it is impossible for tho counter
feiter to produce 2 desigus exactly nliko.
As the counterfeit is engraved by band
and separately it. is impossible to produce
2 exactly alike.Ou examination of thogen
uino bill tho designs of the geometrical
tithe work will show the beautiful cloar
raised impression produced by tho cor.
red and regular lines in the engraving.
Sometimes the whole face of a note ex
cept the vignettes and dies will bo tint
ed. Tho tintis composed of fine curved
or looped lines running across tho whole
faco of the bill.
Genuine bank notes are always print
ed with great care. The plato is cover
ed with ink, which is then carefully
wiped ofl, except what remains in the
inos of tho engraving. 1 ho vmrrariinr
is then taken with a powerful urcHS.-
Should any irregularity appear on tho
nolo it is immediately canceled, and not
issued. Thus nil genuine notes have a
clear nnd beautiful impression, which is
very unusual for a counterfeit. Tho Ink
used In bank-note printing gives a cloar
impression, without any smutty appear
mice. The green ink, and also that used
for tho numboring of United States
notes, is with great difficulty produced
by the counterfeiter. The ink usually
used by them for printing counterfeits
nas a neavy, null look: while tho num
boring has a bricky iiimearauco. Mil-
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNINiJ, JANUARY
Hoiicct aud Liberal.
When tho Hops in each bottle of Hop
Hitters (at tin) present price, f 1.23 per lb.,)
cost more than a bottlo is sold for,
besides i he other cojtly medicines, and the
quality and price are kept the same, wo
think it is honest and liberal in the pro
pneiors, ana no one Biioum complain, or
buy oi use worthless stuff, or cheating bo
gus imitations because tho price is less.
'I am going fishing."
Tho August sun was beating down in
pitiloss fury upon the brown bosom of
tho parched earth, and up from tho
moauows that lay to tho westward of
Dapplevalu tho hum of insects and the
noisy notes of tho grasshoppers came
with wonderful distinctness to Beryl
MeCloskey, as sho stood in the doorway
of a modest little cottage, over whose
front the honey-suckles and morning-
6 lories wero climbing, their vivid hues
ringing out in all its beauty tho pale
glow of the girl's complexion, while tho
littlo shafts of sunlight that found their
way here aud there through tho vines
overhead were not more rich in coloring
than the mass of golden hair that fell
over Beryl's shoulders.
They had been miirried nearly a week
Beryl Btid George W. Simpson, and as
tho girl nestled cW to her husband she
felt an unspeakable joy, a Kcnae of
sweet content that could never fade
away or die so long as ho wa- by her
lido his strong arm around her coriiL
And yet! on this Sunday afternoon a lit
tle feeling of disappointment a sort of
I-am-not-as-hnppy-as I-was-a-week-n go
Saturday sensation- had thrilled her
soul for an instant as the man whom she
had vowed to love, houor, nnd possibly
break, spoke tho words with which this
"I had been hoping )ou would go
with me to Sunday-school this afternoon
darling," Beryl said, "you aro such a
favorite with the children and can man
age them so well."
"Yes," ho replied, "that is very true,
sweetheart, but I am al.so unusually
handy with a fish-pole, and you know
tho fish always bite best on Sunday."
"Do they?" she asked, looking up to
him with her pure young face; "how
"It is indeed ludicrous," George re
plied, speaking with a grave tender
ness thatshadowed what a lovely liar he
was, "but we cannot fathom the niyhtor
ious laws of Nature. We can only ac
Suddenly George changed the subject
of conversation. "I shall come through
the village on my way home," Le said.
"Is there anything lean get for you?"
and he stooped and kissed tho rombud
mouth of the one woman in the world
who had ever won bis love.
Thelitle head fell oil his shoulder.
There was a long, sweet pause, and
then Beryl, as if fearful that the ecstacy
which was thrilling through her would
suddenly change to pain if she dared
look up or move, said softly:
That w as all. No need of explanation
between them, and, as George W. Simp
son walked swiftly away with a light
heart and a pocket full of bait, ho Felt
the one cloud in the roo-tinted horizon
of his life was liable to stay there, Chi
Every truth hss two sides; look at
both before committing yourself to either."
Kidcey-Worth challenges the closest scru
tiny of is ingredients and its grand re
sults. It has nothing to fear from truth
Doctors may disagree ss to the best meth
ods and remedies, feirthe cure of constipa
tion and disordered liver and kidneys. But
those that have use Kiduey-Wort, agrees
tu&t it is by far the best medicine known
Its action is prompt, thorough and lasting
I cheehfullt add my testimony to tho
value ot Jiiy s (.ream Brum as a specific in
the esse of my sister, who has been serious
ly debilitated with Catarrh for tire pust
eight years, having tried ineffectually other
remedies and several specialty doctors iu
Boston. She improved at t uce under this
discovery, and has pained her health and
hearing, which had been considered iucur
able. Robert W. Merrill, secretary of the
Phasnix manufacturing company, Grand
Rapids, Michigan. ,
Riches in Hop Farming.
At the present prices, ten acres in Hops
will bring inoie money thsu five hundred
acres in any other farming; and, if tin re is
a consumer or dealer who thinks the price
of Hop Bitters high, remember that Hops
are 1.25 per lb, and the quantity and
quality of Hops iu Hop Bitters and the
price remains tho sani'i as formerly. Don't
buy or use worthless stuff or imitations be
cause th" price is les.
Man proposes, God dispose; but it
takes a woman wilhhcr hair down to be
indisposed when anybody calls.
If many American ladies took more
out-door exercise ni foot a great many
doctors would have t lie hluos.
Sardines and to:it urn uid to have
been Herbert Spencer's chief food while
in tho United States.
The King of Spain is reported to havo
relieved his mother's heavy eaibarni.Js.
meuts only on condition Hint ho will not
return to Paris.
Gov. Blackburn, ol! Kentucky, lias thus
far, It is ssid, pardoned every man con
victed in that Ntale for carrying conceal
Building operations in' St. Augustine,
Fla., are unaccountably active,' nearly
everyone being engaged in putting up
now houses or altering old ones.
The new Bey of Tunis is described
"a short-legged, obtise, lilllo man, near
sighted and deaf," who, when ho de
sires to review tho troops-on horseback,
must bo lifted Into tho saddle.
A foreigner on a German line, whoso
hat had been blown off, pulled the string
anil stopped the lriiu. On reaching
Koulgsbcrg ho was Hunt to ail in default
In Naples are lu annually Mo buri
al pits, one for each day in tno yonr.-
Daily tho pauper (lend are gntlwrod by
tho elly authoiiiles ami thrown info the
pit opened for Ihu day's iimi. "
The London Lun&t says thai, people
who Miuozu often are the healthiest.-
A sneeze sets the blood circulating, and
throws off a cold jvlilch is trying to
You Who Load Sedentary Lives
will find great rulief from constipation,
headache aud nervousness, by taking Sim
mons Liver KeguUtor. Itisa simple, harm
less, vegetable compouud, sure to relieve
you, and can do no injury. Persons of se
dentary habits often suffer with kidney
affections. If they would maintain tho
strength of tho digestive organs and im
prove the quality of the blood by taking
the Regulator it would restore the kidneys
to health and vigor.
All ladies who may be troubled with
nervous prostration, who suffer f rom organic
displacement; who havo a sense of weari
ness and a feeling of lassitude; who nre lan
guid In tho morning; in whom tho appetite
for food is capricious aud sleep ot pioper
hours uncertain, should have recourse to
Mrs. Pinklnyn s Vegetable. Compound.
Sleepless nights made miserable bytfat
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is tho reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, agent. (3)
Speer's Port Grape Wine lor weakly per
sons. This excellent product, of '.ho grape
is prescribed and used by the leading phy
siciaus iu the country, when a generous and
nourishing wine is desirable; especially for
females, aged persons snd ronsuu;ptie;
and by churches fur communion. Hun
dreds of New York physicians hive visited
Speer's Vineyards and wine relliu-, but
twelre miles distant from New Yoilt, and
pronouueed his wine pure and unexcelled.
For sale by Paul G. Hchuh.
Faiimeus and others desiring a genteel,
lucrativo agency business, by which 5 to
$20 a day can be earned, Bend addict ot
once, postal, to F. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
103 and 197 Fuitou street, New Yoik.
J3?"With Diamond Dyes any lady can
get as trood results as the best practical
dyer. Every dye warranted true to name
Ghat hairs often entire annoyance,
Parker's Hair Balsam prevents by restoring
the youthful c ilor.
Catarrh Cured, health aud sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 rents. Nasd Injector free. 'Sold by
Paul G.Sehub. 4,
riucriipu s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve 'n tho worM for Cuts,
Bruises, S..res, Ulcrs, Salt Bheuin, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give in r-
feet satisfaction, or money refuudert. Price
cents pur box. For gain by Gko. E
Dk. Kline's Gheat Nkkvk Rkstoheb is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped fice. bond to Cl Arch
street. PhiKdnlnia. Pa.
617 St. Charles Street, 8T. LOUIS, U0.
A tegular OrocHinta of two medical
college-i, lis been Ioiikt eiigaired In the treat
ment of C'hronlo. NVrvoui", r-ltlii nnd
. ISlood DliCJ'i than anvntlii r t.li vatr-laii In
buLouli, a city aere rhw and all old real
dents know. Conaultatlwtw ntn v or w? mall,
free and Invited. A frleudlv talk or hit opinion
conn nothing. When it n iiiciinvenlenl to vihlt
the city .or treatment, medicines can he sent
hy mall or express everywhere, ( iiihIiIc ta-e
gutranle.nl; where doubt exltn It Isfrauuly
atated. Call or Write.
Kfrvotn Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and ot.hr
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin ArTec
tlons, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to owes from over-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive apecid attention.
Diseases arising from Imprndnnoes, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
ft It self-evident Hint a idiytlrlan avlng
particular attention to acini's creates ailaltit
Krett skill, and hy tli'laut In regular practice
all over the country kitooliiK tliit, fiHinoiitly
reooinineiid cases to the oMett offlce lit America,
where every known appliance; Is retorted tt
and the provptl pond lfinerliei. of all
aires sad coimti'les arc ued. A whole hntiae Is
uted for ofllce pnrtote, and all are (retted w ith
skill Iu a respectful maimer; and, knowing
what lo do. iiicierlmeiit are made. Oiiac.
count of the great number applying, the
charges are kept low, olleti lower than Is
demanded by others If you secure the eki'l
and get a speedy and perfect lilt- cure, that la
thn Imporianl m iller. J'amlilet, IS pasna,
tent to any address free.
A I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I &
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centa in postage or eiirroni y. Over llity won
derful pen picture, true lo life . arllcletoti the
following sulileeis. IVhoinav marrv, w ho not;
wh f Proper sue to man v. ' Who 'marry Srst.
Janhood, Vt oniHiiho"d. Phvsl. al rierar..Who
vliould imirt'y. How IK,, h i ilipplueHi,'mav be
Increased, rito.e ri'arrlrd oi' cniitemiilutlna
Biarry in g should read It. It otiidit to be read
nv ell adult perron, then kept it ml er lock and
key, Popular edit Ion, mine n , n'lovc, hul paper
raaer and J'O pnget, 2i cmta iy mull, in uiouitf
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J ' V" I I land date bcloru vvudlu. eoin
"iX I tbliiii nilj.lity atitl anlilluie
ii'nrp llt.ullMI l,o.llMHvr I lino.
nil a week la your own town .
, Klvn Dollar nuifll fro a. No
risk., hv-rolling new, Caplliil nut required. We
will furnish you every thing. Mnnv are nuiklng
forttiiiea, Ladles make ss uinub as men, ami hoys
snd glt-ls miko great pay lleador. If you want
biislnoea nl wlrr.h vu i im make crcat pav all Ihn
liiuu, wrlio rorpsrilciiluratiill. lULI KI r A CO,
I ortlsud, Ileum.
HUU lUSsiti ilUU f
l.iiiOMini.ratlisiiM"tniciiiiol innk Iiir regular niotiihly
iMlllHfriin liivtMttneii..pf till losinooie-iooiniliiiloik-Iii
hiM li innmlwr vols tlm lien. -Ill of inniblnouoapliul (lie
Clnh, IOtooflK-rrent. lHvlilenilsm,il monilily. lie-ixirtaoloticnilloiisseiiteailiiiu-nilfr.
nslwsntlifii, iinoawrmelilti, irantienilile, A ret la bin cor-ti-simndent
wanted IneverVtown. Biecliil Indiiiwtnanta.
KvplanalnryClriMilar tent tree. A'Mreti It.E.KgSPaU.
Co in i i;iUUuiieSt.,CUlCAUO, III,
8 LVEft and SEED ln.tr" 7u Kb
"h full nitructlon. for forming BmJm!
Wh'St". ;&ll0B of 'hltramenu-
tenil ir A...i., "I"1", o. mil alio
THE HOOT f ilAJl7!'Jau'i-
lilt KOOr A SONS UUSIC C0..CHIUAG0.ia
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances are tent on 30 Dayt' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UQ 03 013,
"WrIi "7! """ring fr"m Nanvoet Pxmmty
! n oai.,ity, Lack o Mtiiva Fow a xd
VKKiB, WaTI!o Wkawicjuf.. an.t all thoe dlneaiwi
of a faaaoKAt. NATvae rmultmur from Abuikh and
oth Cai'k. S(icm.t relief co l ciniil.;te reo
ration ot nKAt.Tn, Wooa and Manhood oi;iianthii
Tho Krin'l.Mt diHcoverv m il. . ,
0Mu mviii-v lur mumiiiuHti ampule; .roe.
VOtTAIS IELT GO.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our mtnr other fctoctro-Oe'tanlr and M nine tie
Appliance! and Gdrmiiiite are Invaluable, and a lure
cure lor Nenroua llilllii Piirulytlt, Kplleotr, Kbeuma
tltm, Overworked brain, Eilmuettim or Lom of Vital
EoerKT, Weak llaek, Kidney LlauaM, l ung, Llrer and
Stomach CompUiluii,, mid are adapted to iitbxr
ax. lli npplinncve am the very latent Improved
and entirelr different from lieht and all othere, at thn
poeitlveljr aenerale coullnuni:t current! without aclda.
cauilnif no !ore n.r IrrltMlloo of the ikin-CHo be
worn at work b well .'! test, and are nnlr noticeable to
the wenrer. The power It remil( no at to meet the
different tai;ee of all dlimxea where Electrlo and
Magnetletreotnmnt it ot bwedt Tl.oe for
Cunt Impotency, Scmimal Weakness, Icst tf.ut ood, ac
They Cure when nil elr,e fmla. Our ITlJeiratexl
yamnnlet ten 1,1 eeuleil envclopo cn tecelut of Soente
ooetate, or awuroir ir nn , I,,.,,
Howard Elect ro-Mncm tic Inanlevl! sr t air br mall.
AMERICAN OALVAMIO CO.,
312 N. Cth St.. St. Louis, Mck
auu i ,i.i ,.,.it n it, frontlai; on
Seooud aud Itdilrnml Strccis,
in i-aseur o -tiot oi llic ChK.ueo, St.. Loola
up' .w oriontie: lillno K ( entra : W a ash. hi
I.ntite and I'ncliic; lum .Moiintaln and S-iuthcrn,
Mobile aud uliio: l ain end St. I.ouia IiaiiwHv.
arc all Jiiel acrora ihu eiruet; while the Steamboat
winning is nut one s-iuiiro u'l-liint,
I h e lioliM s licatoil iii- sioam. hss i...m
Laundry, Hydraulic KluvtUor. lilcctrlc Cull Holla
Atttomnlic Plro-Alariiie. I'.allis. abaolulolv tnini sir
purled sewerage und eomplclu appotntineina.
nuoeri) iurtnsi.iiiiH pertort service: snd nn nn
exc lied Uh'.e.
Ij. V. t'.Vltli P'lt az ( 't )..!
I X V K S T 0 J! S
Di-lrlnir I'tr I (lis
1'iiyllij Si. iika i r P.ontls vbd.ling
l N I .-. H t lf.j t. Per inuiini, ami onr,
mav obtain full particulars, Willi sutltfai-torv ri fcr-
i res a l rot'i inotna'e, hv a Urcslui; II. Ill Als
llEI.I., Hu'l Aa't, 4S Oonrc a St., liueion, Muse.
M"Miou iti! uiiper.
LltHlff lit li'C HOI-Ml tutiut III b.-t tuO
F OUITOl HtiiurulB, i'lliipKi, Huttl, ltH"i, UlA Hnmi,
i b.vca, MifrciiflaJ I)Iudi, t atnuii Con, of
Mlst.soi. Ii nn$r tutU. Ail l t at. at!
ennuuv itwrt luipcr ivll It. II, t, Nfllr
m l it., I'riit a. rlti-l.tirs ti, on t tvinU.
1NJKCT10N, le a positive cure fne.ll Uleohnrgea.
Btlnalnii, llmai Uog i,,t Pultun) 6iinitloti olllie
isjTJ TTiT ACT" T3AeCAriWP
CI OO rr bottle, Forsniebvnlltlruic.
I, ; j i giate.or sent by K.xpieite on ro
cool of vb e, JOHN D. PARK HONS.
17arul 177BvtiimorSt OINC1NNATI
01110. Pleuao meuuoo this paver. a
people aro e lwn i a on tin look
out for (buncos to IncreaHO
their eaip tugs, and In lime
become weo thi ; those who
do uol Improve ili-lr oppor
tunities remain Iu poverty.
We nflnr a gtivit rhancu lo nuke moiiev. w'h waul
luaio men, wotiimi, boys ami girls to work lor lie
right la ilielr own localli ihs Any one run ilo tho
wink properly from tin Hist eiart, Ihn hualneaa
will puy ui'-re th n ton limes ordinary wages. Kx
punaiviioiilfli fin nlalind free. No one who engages
lal s to make mSnny rap ill. Von ran devote
your whole tun ' to the work, or nnlv your spa e
momenta ful l;iftirinatloit ami all t - at Is lie.-ded
sentftun Address HriN SON . CO, I'oitltind, Mo.
CstMii, Int., f) . eemtier nth. 1SS3.
Thereeuliirantiii-il meeting of the atockholdera
of the city National lliiik, of Cairo, for t be i tir
pose ofsul- eilii jinvnu dlrnclora, wdl be held at tho
tifllfeiifs -Id bunk, In lltiscltf, mi Tuosdar, Jauua
ryuth,irfil. I'll' is opeo at I I o'clock a. n. snd
eioes nit pVI irk fi. tn. of said day
td 11103. W UALI.IDAY, Cashier.
YOUIt CAPITA r.
TUoie deairing to make nionev
cmamall aud medium Uireatwent.
In era. i, tirovlaiona and alook
ap.ciilutloua. can do wbyoiwai.
VL",?"."'' rom May lit
lirTtTj a m A""iK"'"priaentdat,ontnT'ai.
WHEAT u'nuof SUOto l.iM)(l,oaauprorit
iiuvb ooen reaiirea ami paid to In.
yaatora amounting toaoveral tliuji
the orlctrittl luvcefment. I'mHu
V paid rtrat of every month, atill I..av
tlm ""Kl'ittl Invoatmcnt niak
STOCKS l'" l(1"Q1v or lyW (Inraancl.
wAvvrtsj h.-.pimflr.nrv olrcniain and atate-
gtl I A k ,",,n.," '"' ' VV sent fre wi
Sinii r""'treK)i,ltlB aet,ta, who will
Ma lor Itliwlr, f'hleaio. fll.
Mason & hamliJJ
ORTiA X' r,er,ll"yl' i. living been
VllUVilO;'.' ):re.l at every Oreat
,,,.6,., or u a l ndtistrlul t'omp tltlon
in.hXt-T Y?r": ""other American orar.i hiV
l??.b,un "l"od "''""L"' '"y- A1" cheapen. Htylej
octaves; auffl:0iu compaea and power
with best qualty, foruopiilr paerud and secular
niuelc In aciioola or fitmilks. at only tin. (,n.
i i'i ,114, V ? 1 ani1 Th mrs-r styles are
wholly unrivaled by unv other or-ana. Also for
C tI1'?)'?"1""!' .Nmv "l""f0(M e atalogne free,
i JhJe M A8 S 1J A v' lA J; Or on ard Piano
i;,1'"1"1" street. Boston: If, Ka-t Uih street
(Union sq'inre), V.rk; 1IH vWi-eh Avenue,
( 1TJ MFN II yon wantto learn TelegTS
, , , 1 iX P'VV In a f.,w moiilha, tui bj
7 . " "l.n"11"". Hrtrtreae Val. none llrothers,
NwnpaperAi!vert!.i.:tf Bnreaa, 0 Spruce at N.Y,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PUIS
Blood, and will completely chanira the bbod In the en
oresvaiemln three. months. Any peiwin whowlll take
pill each iiiKht froiii 1 to lit weak nit v be restored
totonnd health, If sued a thing be possible. 8oM ev
ervwhers. or tent br mail for St letter ertnns. J. 8.
JoUNaoa Co , Boston, Mate., formci i:csot, Jl
I iisve a poMiijo reiwidr I t tn.. aWe. illtninHi: tiv Z
-s thousands of csn-s of Vm .r.t alio! ana of long
aiming bave been cured, lodee.i, so emiE i, ml talib
u Its etff.-a.-y, that I M en,l TWO kiii ti ft "'ag to
tsilier with aVaU-AIU H TKtai-lSK on t h , uaae?!e
Ioriuffsrer. Olrs Ein- soil r. ti. d.l.'rs-.t
Bit. T. A. SI.OIT11, 191 i uo,rt.,'!CawTork.
While Vr-at.!lii(j with a Fallen 1 r.-e a !. tnbormao
H -i-eiv.s Const qneiiiia! I nun
While on a hunting HV-tirsioti (n th ! RruHt coal
and i. iml region near t. nil outlii'i: )'., the writer
mot iillai.i Coll a liimlieiiimn. Acusiomod ta
life and labor iu Ibe forreet lnou car'y luaiiboud, he
a a true K-ilitht of IU.) Axe. Many a tree had
fallen bef iro Ills rln inn stroliee, and fl- eis of rafts
had borne awy to msri.ct tbuenwml prod ode.
Coll la a cWacter. and if (car Wilde Is right in
eny'iig tuat all movements In nnhiu'ler-d labor are
Brar.eful.utir friend W illiam, stripped for his work,
and attacking a true, a Richard I, nsiaulted the
heavy door-oi Kro:.i !k i-ojtii'a t imf.e mast bave
picseiitcd nti utl i ir.ible picture
One d.-y however but let him Ml! the s'ory
bloiM-lf, as ho told U o trie
' I s .m in ihe tvoo'ts, .-o'i Unow, trying to
eiart loi (! ilowii it Ir I. 1 liinMim 1 cmi.d get a
In iter piiti lmn' mi It front ihe lower side, I tackled
itthnru w!th my lt r l!i... hook and threw my
weight nn the 1 vur. Mm started she did, bnt ss
luck won d have it, In lore I ouitl g t out of the
way, she rolled r gM ver me. II It liudu't been
fur a lot ol'small limbe nnd brush lying in the road
wnit U lined her up, bu d a crushed n:e flnt. As It
was 1 got up without s broken bone, but with soma
mlglity bsd bruises "
Tbeu )ou were all rxli ," anlil Ms auditor.
"Not bya blan.ed ig,ht, etranjer. I tonic cold
rheumatism set In, snd, If I hadn't heard of BEN
SON'S CAPCINE POItjl'S PL, AST KKS and
used 'ein, It's my opinion 1 shonld never have
nisde another ch.p fly. Bat ihe Capcine took bold
quick, and I'm about as good as new. But there's
otio thing you kin calkllste on:-1 shall never
wrartle wlili another log unless I have the advan
tage of the ground Fsr, aa I told von before, If It
hadn't bean for (bom brushes I'd becu smashed so
yon co dd sold mo for door mat."
TheCapcIno Is the thing for rheumatism. It
dce'n't koip you waiting. The word CAPC1NB
Is cct In the router ef the gonulne. Price 28 cents.
bcabtiry .lohnsou. t homlsts, New Y. rk.
FARMER'S Ky Avp PAUOHTBRS
Or StiT Active Man oi Woman
Ill Cash, worlittigf rlhe AmerlcHti Fsracr.
nnaress a a. k. HACK r.TP, Ft Wayoe, Ind.
lor all Union So d ore M
disnbled In Uneof dutv.lf
if pension. Laws I O n 1 1 h ti
nor u Liberal. HnnLUna Itountv ta
nionioKiierarrnortcaon roi sas ueseitors
418 ,aMrieN'.a V?, Rvaffitou, B?tX
1LY MINNESOTA SWEET CD
Ef!"n''-'!ttn,' rrH,'t,i'''1 """ors now assent to our
nolto That I n furllir North s.F. ita ari
erown itier-nriicr iiielr protlm-r ulll b.
uuijmi.nii one oi nuiiinsrd I'otatoee.
itniettiname.growtion tlryuplniid; Hcoicb PyfeanJ
ililobUjmWbaati White I(itaalatiOi.l; I.tmeiswCaC
is ge.saldtn lie one week earlier tbiiul'srlvliiirki our
lorth Star Velio Heut Com still bikes tiiu lead, and
or fodder laeqiial toaoy; of onion sti, tonialoee.
carrote, peas, Ico., Ac, a full line and lanre eron. ail
P-SI growth on our own farms. W ild lit. o for dui
Ponds always on hauj for brrluir or Full aowiug.
flh Annual Catalog,,,,. r, T. 5f . ill lt'CA I.TK
Grovser, luuioileriV JoblHr.e.t.raul.Mlna.
A LeeullDa London rthT
seisin rMHbllslire aa .
Oflleolii New Turk .
Votam. Journal oJCnficfae.
Dr. is. Umernle (Istii of lyindnnl. whe aisles a sie-
cltlty n Krll.p.y, his slthooS deiilii tr..il ami enrsS
eioieeuss Ihsn enyotesr living iihvslclan. IHsnree
has simply Sssaeattmialiingi we have fc.ard of csms sf
err ai toers' siantliiig tsweaseuiy eaml hy Sim. He
Sea Buhltatiad a w"ik on Una diaaes. which ke sende
WHS a large Settle i)( ale wtmeerleure p-es tn tny n.
f-rerwhe wsyeatitl Ihslr sprsssr S.O. Sildreee wsj
e4viseaeyiwl"hl" asareteeeerste '