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INVAIIUHLT II AUVANRI.
All Communication! ahould bo aldreaaod to
B. A. JiURNBTT,
Publlaher and Proprietor.
Two years ago Wesson, Mis.s., w:w a
pino forest. It now lias 2,.r00 inhabi
tants, a tiottuii-niill which, employs one
thousand hands, Htid several Kinaller
Tli London Drapers' Journal sayn
that there is scarcely a better market for
lace, rich Hilks, etc., than Greece; but
homo economicil Athenian hulies have
now formed a league to wear woolens
instead of Kilks.
While plowing msar Montgomery,
Ala., a w.xro uneurthed a pot contain
ing several Imndred dollars in gold.
Such occurrences aro calculated to on
courage the habit of industry in the col
The Tux o ami Pacific niachino-shop
at Marshall, Tex., contain a working
force of about six hundred men the
largest it is said, of any similar institu
tion in the south. The monthly pay-roll
is nearly !?60,im
Ostriches are worth $l,ii'J each, and
there is a doty of W per cent, on their
feathers. A man front Huenos Ay res
has juit brought fvi-nty-two of the birds
to tlii country and will establish n farm
in tin; smith.
A Charlottesville. Va., rint"r has ac
complished the feat of putting 2, lo2 leg
ible wonl.s on a postal-card with a lead
pencil, reserving in the center of the
card a circle the size of a gold dollar,
in which i- inscribed the Lord's prayer.
The n cTit fashion among surgeons
of employing kangaroo tendons for liga
tures is naid to lie giving way to the
superior excellence of the sciatic nervo
of the calf which i now used for that
A little girl of (ilendale. Mo., has ru
ci ived a pass good for life on the Mis
souri Pacific Kdlroad. Swing two
trains approaching each other on a
curve, she stopped one by frantically
waving her apron, thus averting a dis
aster. To inanv Americans the magic word
"imported" coming from a salesman's
mouth is Mitl'icii-m to cause them to
choose the foreign article in preference
to an American article of eo,ual merit
which could be obtained for two-think
A llariford clergyman, the Rev. M.
D. Ducll, has been preaching against the
evils of cigarette smoking. Ho tookfor
his text the passage, "Henold how great
a matter a little tire kindletli," and, to
illustrate his discourse, exhibited and
dissected a mammoth cigarette.
A worK on tne diseases ot elephants is
being written. Their more prominent
affections are stated to be meningitis,
apoplexy, vomiting, colic, enteritis,
hamaturia, tct inu or lockjaw, pneu
monia, anthrax, and "foot and mouth
It is rather worthy of note that a Lon
don paper applauds the plain speaking
of American critics about Mrs. Langtrv
and complains ofEnglish timidity in deal
ing whii the subject. It is a confession
of snobbery on the, part of the Kngli-h
tiress that ought to be good for sonic
Ten days were spent in a San Fran
cisco court in obtaining n jury to try
two Chinamen indicted for murderous
assault. In addition to the regular pan
el oiH) jumrs were summoned. Two
hundred were examined before the 12th
man was selected. The ditlicnlty was
to obtain men who would believe a Chi-
mman under oath.
A Host on man was so pleased with a
so pleased with a
aetly suited" him
pair of boots that "exactly
that he gavo tho maker an order for
enough boots, shoes, slippers, overshoe,
rubbers, etc., to last him through the
remainder of his natural life. The order
embraced 2o0 pair of coverings for the
feet, and was giiamiileod by a deposit
of !1'H) in cash.
Proctor Knott is aid to be one of the
most convivial spirits in Kentucky, and
is described as a llorid, portly Southern
man, with a stubble, gray mustache, a
hat pushed knowingly over his left, eye,
with a comical look. "mingled with such
shrewdness as tells the poorest reader of
character that lie is a bom wit.
A Parisian physician declares the fol
lowing a c rtaiii'e.urp for small-pox aud
scarlet fever: Sulphate of zinc, one
grain; foxglove (digitalis), one grain;
half a tcaspoonful of sugar. Mix with
two tablesiiooiisful of water. Take a
spoonful every hour. lie declares the
remedy unfailing. Its very simplicity
hns caused it to be overlooked.
The English public is beginning to
learn something about, this country. A
recent number of the London Times
contains a quarter of a column of lino
typo devoted to fncts ami figures null
eating tho extent of tho Mississippi Hiv
or and its tributaries. Hut it places
Pittsburg on a branch of tho Mississip
pi in Philadelphia.
Miss Catherine L. Wolfe, tho maiden
millionaire- of Hot ham, is noted for her
eccentricities and tier odd bestowals of
charily, She lives alone in a great stone
liouso on Madison avenue, with hor
maid and half a dozen servants, and re
ceives few visitors. She is a very dc
rout Episcopalian, and no matter what
tuo woatuer may bo on Sunday Is as
regular in church as tho rector In tho
A Now York reporter interviewed
three of tho most eminent physiologists
and scientists of that city ami learned
from them that beer drinkiug, a hubitto
which so many thousands of Americans
are addicted, is, even in moderation, a
pernicious, tiling. Tho impurities of
boor, and they do not admit of absolute
ly pure beer, givo rise to fatty degenera
tion of tho heart and to diseases of tho
kidneys. It Interferes with the healthy
action of tho liver, and everts an injur
ious effect upon nil tho organs of the
body, tho brain most of nil.
The electric light Is not the only rival
which mother invention has raised up
against coal gas. A company, with
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNINO, JANUARY 3, tS9.3.
000,000 capital, lias just been organized
to make gas by tint decomposition of
ftteani and liquid hydro-carbon on highly
heated lime. The operation produces
almost pure hydrogen, which being car
bureted, results in u gas of between
thirty ami forty candle power. Tho
1 recess, which was discovered by a
French chemist and Improved by a Pol
ish ono, is said to bo economical, and it
Is hoped that tho now gas will super
sedo coal for running engines, and pos
sibly in domestic heating and cookery.
It is made without coal-oil being used
in its preparation, Some New York gas
companies aro proposing to substitute
it for the ordinary article, and if half
that is told of it proves true, it is des
tined to work great modifications in va
rious operations connected with light
You Who Lead Sedentary Lives
will And great relief from constipation,
headache and nervoimneH", by tiking Sim
mons Liver Kcjuhttor. Itisa simple, harm,
less, vegetable compound, sure to relieve
you, and can do no injury. Persons of se
dentary habits oltcu mffcT with kidney
affections. If they would maintain tho
strength of the digestive organs hiuI im
prove the quality of the blond by taking
the Regulator it would restore the kidneys
to health and vigor.
A LOVE TEST.
Oh. mother, what do you think? I've
just heard the a wf idlest news! Mr.
Si.u.ev. the great merchant, has failed
in bu-iiiesa. and Nora has gone to work
for her living actually, ninmma -gone
to bo a pastry-cook!"
'lreat heavens, Lillian, you're mad!
Nora Stacy, the beaut v and belle, a
pastrv-cook! Absurd! Where in tho
world did on Iieu'hiich nonsense!'"
Mrs. Laiigditn's face was the picture
of consternation. Her daughter paused
hefijre the long mirror, and arranged
her blonde crimps with an uir of satis
"Relic Lindsay told ine," went on
Miss Liiii..n. "h says the Stuccys
have closed He ir tine house, and gone
oil somewhere all but Nora, and she is
at Mrs. Partus', in the elevated capaci
ty of pastry-cMk! Hello ;iys there is
no mistake about i(, f,.- ie called on
Mis. Pawns on purpose to lind out tho
"You know that P.vlle is quite at home
there, and she invented some exenso to
get into the kitchen, and there she saw
Nora Stai.ev, just as plain as she ever
aw anything in her life, with a big
linen apron on. her curls tucked away
into a knot behind her cars, her sleeves
tolled up. and her hands in a pan of
dough, just as hard at Work as auv
Rridget you ever saw! Isn't it dread"
ful?" "Shocking- - absolutely shocking!
Well," with a sigh of infinite relief, "let
us be thankful that wu made tho dis
covery in time! Lit, I wonder what
Mr. (ireville will say now?"
"That's just what I'd like to know,
mother. I believe that tho loss of her
fortune woiej. make liitle or no differ
ence to hiiu. for he has enough ami to
spare. Hut In; is the pi 'lest man in
existence, and never wood endure the
shock of hearing that the woman ho
loved had demeaned herself in such a
fashion, depend iion it, mamma."
Lilian Langdon paused, and glanced
listlessly from the open window. They
were passing the summer at the II
Hotel, and it was overcrowded that
season. She started in confusion as her
eves fell upon a huge lounging-chair
lipped lazily back on the cool verandah
outside the window, a pair of arms in de
cidedly masculine coat-sleeves, a white
hand upon which a huge diamond
sparkled, holding a newspaper, while a
whiff of fragrant cigar smoke curled up
into the air. Charlie Greville had over-
litnl every word of tho conversation.
"The proudest man in existence"
folded his newspaper and arose, with a
comical expression upon his handsome
W hat can that chatter-box mean?"
he muttered, as he moved slowly away.
"Hy Jove! it's worth inquiring into."
"There, Dell, hand me tho raisins;
you've stoned them very nicely. Heat
the eggs now for the icing. Tliat's the
next tiling in the programme. I believe;
isn't it, Mrs. Parsons?"
Nora Stacey turned a pair of roguish
blue eyes upon tho kind face beside tho
Whatever might lie the extent of tho
Slums' reverses, they seemed to trouble
Nora very slightly.
She wore a pink calico dress aud
white linen collar; her hair was knotted
simply at the back of her hi ad. a. pink
rose, from the rosebush just outside the
kitchen window, nestling amid tho curly
brown tresses, a huge linen apron cov
ering and protecting her dress.
A week before she hail appeared in
Mrs. IValherhrain's drawing-rooms, at
tired in a costume which had cost n
cool thousand, and a set of pearls lit for
a nnnl princess; but she Imd not looked
one half so pretty as she did this June
morning, standing in the great cheer
ful shady kitchen "up lo her eyes" in
Nora Stacey was a highly accom
plished young lady. She could sing
divinely, and chatter French like a mag
pic; she could dance like a sylph; could
do wonderful execution on tho piano;
was learned in all sorts of fancy needle
work; and more -sho could mnko tho
lightest, snowiest bread, the most de
licious cake, and the puffiest, flakiest
A ring at the door-bell. Littlo Dell
(Mrs. Parsons' housemaid) disappears
for a moment, returning panting, ex
cited, with a square of liristol-board in
"For Miss Nora," she says, laying it
before the sclf-sitino young fatly.
Nora glances over tho top of tho cake
which she is icing, and reads tho name
from tho card aloud, coolly:
Her blue eyes Hash, nud hor pink
checks grow pinker.
"Mrs. Parsons," she cries laughingly,
but with an under current of earnest
ness in her manner, which shows of
how much importance it Is to hor, "I
mu going to recolvo Mr. Greville just a
"Plcaso now, do not object! I have a
reason, youyou know!"
Mrs. Parsons smiled.
"Verv well, my dear. I'll say uo more.
Perhaps yon are right!" -
Nora wiped the Hour from her hands,
and in hor kitchen costume, without
even removing the t buoxioiis "big lineu
i apron, procecoen m mo u rawing-
r no m.
Mr. Greville arose to greet her. He
looked a trifle surprisodas his glance
took in her tout ensemble, aud then with
an inward "By Jovo! shu looks hand
somer than ever!" advanced towards
her with extended hand.
"Miss Nora, I'm so glad to see you!
I only discovered your address by ac
cident this morning!"
Nora's eyes fell.
"I did not know that you were still
in town," she returned, a littlo embar
rassed. "Plcaso excuse my costume,
Mr. (ireville," and her eyes Hashed,
and sho crested her little head proudly.
Mr. Greville bit his lips to repress a
"Is your engagement a permanent
one, Miss Nora?"
If he was laughing at her it pro
duced little effect. Nora was not at all
disconcerted, but provoking)' cool at
"Because," and ho drew nearei, and
took her little hand in his own, "1 wish
to engago you myself. I waut a wife,
Nora jiift such a wife as you will
make. Will yon conclude your engage
ment with Mrs. Parsons, onff change
your name for that of Greville?"
Further, depongnt saith not. But the
next stage in the game Charlie Greville
was in the kitchen exploring the mys:
teries of tho culinary department, and
tasting Nora's cakes, rolls, and pastry,
declaring them the best that were con
cocted; and of all women in the world
for a wife, commend him to a pastry
cook. "Nora," said Mr. Greville when, Mi's.
Parsons being called away, they were
alone for a bi n f space, "tell me why
did you adopt so unusual a profession,
if I may so term it? Why was all this
kept from me? You should have told
nie when you find lost uuir fortune,
Hut Nora interrupted him with a clear
"So you've heard that absurd tale,
too, have you?" she cried. "Why,
Charlie, papa has lost nothing. He has
taken mamma iiwaV to trael;and I did
not accompany them because-becau.se
'-Iliad long "ago made up my mind
that in my education, as well as in the
rearing of most modern young ladies,
the chief and most inioitant accom
plishment is omitted.
"So I resolved to accept Mrs. par
sons' kind offer and remain with her
during mamma's absence, while 1 per
fected myself in the very necessary but
nearly 'lost art' of cooking. And,
Charlie," she added in a very grave
tone, "I shall never regret my scheme.
It has proved to mo tho true- heart
which did not turn from me even in the
guise of a servant."
"And. my gracious!" cried Lillian
Langdon to her chagrined mamma,
when the story leaked out and the
"grand wedding in high life" wis on
tho tiijits, "who would ever have
dreamed of such a thing?"
And the last new phase in fashion
and select society is "a school for teach
ing young ladies the sublime art of
Ad ice to Consumptives.
Ou the appearance of the first symptoms,
as gem ral debility, loss ot appetite, pallor,
chilly seusstiona, followed by uight sweats
and rotijjh, prompt measures of relief
should be taken. Consumption is scrofulous
disease of the lungs; therefore use the great
anti-scrofula or blood pari lerand strength
restorer, Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
covery." Superior to cod liver oil hs a nu
tritive, and unsurpassed as a pectoral. For
weak lungs spilling of blood, and
kindred affections, it hss no equal. Sold
by druggists. For Dr. Pierce's treatise on
Consumption send two stamps. World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
Tor the Family Scrap Book.
Kipo tomatoes will remove ink or oili
er stains from the hands.
Kerosene will soften leather hardened
by water, and render it as pliable as
To lieal cut lingers with rapidity
wrap llicin in a cloth saturated with
To keep tinware nice and bright
scour it every two or three weeks with
litiely-sifted coal ashes.
To clean willow furniture use salt
aud water, and npply with n coarse
brush, and dry thoroughly.
Machine grease may he removed from
wash goods by dipping the fabric in
cold min-walcr and soda.
To remove tar rub thoroughly w ith
dean lard, and then wash with soap
aud warm water. This may b. applied
to cither the hands or clothing.
Kitchen tables may he made as white
as snow if washed with hard soap and
wood ashes. Floors look best scrubbed
with cold water, soap and wood ashes.
Tea stains and many fruit stains may
be removed with "boiling water; pour
tho water through the slain in order to
prevent it from spreading through the
To make good starch, mix with cold
water and add boiling water until it
thickens; then add a dessert spoon of
sugar and a small piece of butter. This
makes a still' ti ud glos,y liuish equal to
A few drops of hartshorn put into u
littlo water will clean a hair brush nice
ly. If very dirty, use a littlo soap also.
After cleaning rinso in clear waicr, tin
a string around the Irmdlc, and hang it
Up to dry.
To remove t he stains of French shoe
polish, cither from woolen or cotton
goods, wash tho spot with tallow soan
and let it stand tin hour or so then wasli
in clean water nnd afterward proceed ns
with any soiled article.
Eggs may bo kept In good order for
six months by dipping them into warm
tallow, and aftor they cool paokingtlicin
in saw dust; cover with sawdust and
make as nearly air-tight as possible,
and put away in a dry, cool place.
The London Queen says that soma
Idea of tho luxury in Mr. Ronnott's yacht,
the Namouna, may bo gained by tho
foot that oven lu tho engineer's room
tho sofas are covered with genuine
To all who are Bull'uriug from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous wusk
ness, early ducny, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, vueu
or cuahok. llus great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to tho Rev.
JoBKrn T. Inman, Station D., Nw Vork
i"Eviry truth has two sides; look st
both befotu committing j oursclf to cither,"
IviiJiicy-Werlh t'hnllcujjcs the closest scru
tiny of i s ingredients and its grand re
sults, it hd-t nothiii'' to fear lioin truth.
Doctors may disagree ns to the best meth
ods anil remedies, tor the euro of constipa
tion and disordered liver uud kidneys. Hut
those that have use Kidney-Wort, agrees
that it is by far the best medicine known.
iUr.dion is prompt, thorough and lasting.
I CUF.KHKL'M.Y udJ 111 v testimony to the
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value ol Eiy's Cream Ilslm as a ppt-ciflcin
the case of my sister, who has been serious
Iv debilitated with Catatih for the nast
eight years, having tried ineffectu illy other
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rciiicoien ano several specially oneiors ill
Boston, She improved nt c uco under this
discovery, and has c&ined her health ami
hearing, winch had been considered incur-
aide, ituocrt w. Merrill, secretary M tuo
Phoenix tmiiulacturing company, Grand
AI1 ladies who may be troubled with
nervous prostration, who suILm' from organic
displacement ; who have a seuso of weari.
ncs and a fueling of I is-itude; who ure lan
guid in the morning; iu whom the nppitite
for food is capricious and sleep at pioper
Imur.s uncertain, should lisve lecnutu; to
Mrs. I'iiikhain's Vegetable Compound.
Sl-Tplcss nights nia le miserable In tl at
terrdile couuh. Slulob's Cur" is theiciue.
dy for jou. Paul G. Schuh, ngrnt. y'.U
Si-eku's Port Gran Wine tor weakly pci
ens. This excellent piodui:t of ;he grape
is pri fccnbeiL and used by the leaning phy
sicians in the country, when a generous and
iiotiiishing wine is dcrirabU ; especially fit
female?, Hged persons and consumptive;
and by churches for communion. Hun
dreds of New York physicians luvo visited
Spccr's Vineyards and -wine cellars, bin
twelve miles distant from N w York, anil
pronounced his wine pure, and unexcelled.
For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
KvHMMts and others desiring a L'cnkel,
lucrative agency business, by which Jo to
f'JU a day can be earned, send address at
once, on postal, to I'. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
Hi.") and 197 Fulton street, New York.
Jgf"With Diamond Dvcs any lady can
get as L'ood r'-sults as the best practical
dyer. Every dye warranted true to name
and s imple.
Guay hairs often cmise annoyance,
Parker's Hair Balsam prevents by restoring
the youthful color.
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secuied by Shileli's Catarrh iimedy. Price,
50 cents. Nassl Injector free, S'! I by
Paul (i. Schuh. ' ()
rtuckicn s Arnica Salve
The Heat Salve .n the wor'nl for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hhctitn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents nur box. For sale by Gf.o. f!
Pit. Kmms's Gheat Nkhvb Rkstokkk is
ilie marvel of i he age for a'l nerve diseases.
AJI tits stopped free. Send to foil Arch
street. Pi.iladilnis. Pa.
617 St. Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A vu;olnr Ciroiluuto nf wn nirillp.il
ColliKi ,. Ii n licfil Innurr i-nc.-iuerl In tin- Itmt
int'iit ef 'Ivroiiin. Nirvcim. b-lim foul
JJlooil IUwi!cit (him nnv olln r fill VHlel.iu tit
St. I.oiiK ill rltv rnpvrs kUj,w hihI nil old ri-H.
dt'nts know. ( (iriiiitrolnrft mlii'i1 or Wf nmll,
frpfoind IiivIIimI. A friendly tnlk nr il opltili.ii
vsl iioIIiIiik. WIhmi Inliieniopiili'iit 1 1 visit
tlm rlty .or Iri-iitincnl, liiiMlli'lnet run lie m-iil
hy mill I or tXi'is (vrrvwlierf. Cnrnlilp run,
Riiitriuitppcl: where ilo'uht rxMn u MYaiikly
ulnii-d. i:U or Write.
Nervous Prootratloo, Dtthillty, Mnntal and
Physical Woakni'iii, Murmirial anil othfr
affootlonsof Throat, Skin and Bonci, Blood
puritinaBDd JJIood Poisoning, Skin AflYa
tionii, 0MJ?orfli and Ulnors, Impdirnontn to
Marriage, Rhnunutlsm, Tiles. Special
attnntlon to wtot from over-worliod brain.
SURGICAL CASES weivs sppoiaUUcntiori.
Dlseiaos arising from Imrrudonoos, F.torwnt
Indulgcnnos or Fnposnras
It l elf.ct hli'iil llliil n ,Vi'liltl nivlii(
pnrllcnlHr nt tent ooi to Mu iif riei nilulii
wreitt skill, Mild ilivli'lM In repilm-nii'll e
nil nvrr lint ruiinti v kinm lnif IhK l'iiiii,'iillv
reiMiiiiiiiend riidofitfi tin' iilderl cllli'p III AliM i Ini
wlierp rvery known Hlipllill'i-e N refil led to.
III! I llf pI'OVOil UOnil I'tOIH'lllHM nf lilt
Hurt mid niiintrln mr uv.l. A whole linns I
ued loroilli H ,nniw,,, nnd nil nre trenti'd wuh
klll III rpier(fnl te.'liniri'l nnd, kli"lnn
what lo dn. t, cl"'l llni'iitMiie lini'ln, tin hp
roiint of Ihr itmit number iip'lvln!. Uin
rhriie hni kept low. oi,-n !.,.r iTimii h
ditniindcd lir olliern If von m enre ( li v k I 1
and set it niippily nd perfect lite rut e, thai Is
111 niiporlinit tn 1 1 1 it. I'll nip tile I, ikl inies,
flit lu miy ddrc firr,
Ctpant rloili nnd Kill Idndlinr denied forU
rent In poMou or eiirrKiiev. over llflv won
I'erftil ppn plrfuri'i,, true In llfr . rtleli'nn tlia
follntt'liiB kiiIii'i'Ii, Vh'imio innrrr, wliotiot;
whvf 1'ronpr iiui In iniiirv, Who itmiry llrjit,
liiniHid. Woiniiiihood. phv-li'itl deenv. M (in
tmntild nmri'v. How hfp mid hiippliirmtiiiy tw
InPrpm-d, Tlmsn ninrrlnl or ronleniplnlliiu
CMirrylnu xlinuld rend It, it on ith I to hp rend
ny ill jidult pcinoim, then kept under lork ind
ky, Populitr rdltlnn, "tuo Iivp, tint tmper
Mr and m pg, S3 out I'jr mull, in uxumt
Vsrt BrU ft'Sr-'l UV
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root disons r;2us:c CD's
NEW 00-p. WAND CATALOGUE TO !
1883 SENT TREE to my . l.ir-m, ISO lllu
irajuimof all kinds of BEA88, GtKMAH
8ILVER mid KEED inatruoieata, tOEPtho -wuh
full luitriic tioujfcr forming Banili, dl
yjlon ind rl.vilflptlon or Iwdrumptin -WHAT
f,.,l tin or i ...i . .
K"U or l rcr pUtlug, rrptirliin, Ac. Will alw
v, ;'. 1 ,v lr u' our "an ana vrtnuiru
U'iltie. M p. Intpjt pnimlur niinln. A ldrptf
THE f.OUf i SONS kluSlC CO..CHIUAU0.IU,
1 'j m not, life U nweeplnn hy, ko
J i W i I I 'lind diitc liulnrti yeu din, nan..
i ok I thln ml; tity and mthlimn
il 1 I i,'(iyu tuhiiid (i)cm,qiinrtiiiii!.
fiM it wepk in your own to'vn.
l lvn Dnllnr tmillt fr'. No
rifif. Kv. rythliiK row. ('uplliil not required. We
will furnish you cvury'Uiiirf. Muoy nra mnkinK
fnrlniiPH. l.H nutUe as niuc'i n turn, and hoya
nud irli-ln mikH v'reHt pay Kwiidur, If you want
liuli,e at wb'ch yiiu inn niHke i;ruat pny all the
llm, wrllfi for pnrileiil.ira toll. HAU-KTr & CO.
C'l'ili-. cflrrnthi-im.-l mninmif iiuUlug regular uvmi lily
pn.tlufnnii UlvisitiiiPMriul III loJIOOOur inure denliniflo
Im h uiiiiImt ireH t!if lieie-di "i onnlilned nipital tli
Clnl. 10 to intipnr ei-nt. i.i-lilpiiilH)u.d nmntlily. tin
Kirmof ,.),rnti,iHwi t pim-Ii n-einU'r. EIiho-, IOcach,
ntlwn tliie, nonfisp.nl.,, tran-Ur.iiilo, A relinliln eer-n-imnitKnt
wati!l In every tow n. f: lal InilmnnpritH.
Exn .-iiei'irr c.rr'.liir o n I fus. AiIhit- I!. K. KlNDJU.
xCo., "L 171 La Salle Bt.,cntUAUO, I IX.
AfMD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And uiir mnoT thr I.I c tro-On'vnntc nnd Macoatlo
AppilnncAH nnd (iitrmtitft ht InviilnuMn. nod a tur
cut t tor Nftrrnu 1'iirti) vkm, Kplliflyf Hhtim
tUm, OvwrworkM ilw'n. KnliftuttH'iu or Lom of Vital
Kanrt'. Wek Hurk, Kxtm-y Mshmm, I.notf, J.lvar nnd
Htomnrh (Ntmphituln, nn'l Hr ntlipttxl to KlTntn
HI'.x, ThM Hi'ilnn m itr tb tmt htttKt fmprov!
ad1 nntirHlr dilffit nt Imru -tlu nml nil nlhm, hk thfty
lonlt tvoly Knnrnt cent niitont rtiripriT withutir nclili,
rtiiifiini; no sitr n r imutinn of thw fkln-CHn Imi
worn at work it wHl rt. nnd me ouly notirNlt to
th wnrtr. 1 h innr 1 rR'iintl no to mt tbt
dilTnrnitt hIahh of hII (1ifnip u-hpr Tlocti ia ad
Mnyne'lc trfetmnt inof l.':.flit 1 hoio tor
Cure Impotency, Se m iiial WrAitNts$, tort Maiooo.AC
They Cure .'!iti nil f oln. Our TlTiiirnted
Pamphlbt ,r, In , l,-il ,,(vr.1,,.u nn r.eet-l ol flcot4
Domat,', or ntcuicily w..,.;"t. In .
ll"wr.t(l Eleolro Mosnmio In"!i". l pn ulrlij mull,
AMEr.lCAN C.LVAHIC CO.,
312 N. fltli E ... tit. Loula, Mo.
xmvs?Z'.v r"" : - . -:rt---
"T!!'' II ALL! DAY"
A N'.'W lll'il t 'lil l"1 It tel. frilljlillt; nil l..'Vn
fte-'niid and Pullroid btr elK,
Tli 1'iiTiii'er 11,'pni ot the I'lili i,t;ii, SI I.duIp
ap'" .ew (itleiniM: Iitinoiii Central; Wnliiiiih, M,
I.duIp and IV liV; Imn Moiinlain aiid ShiiIhtu,
Molitle nt ULio; i uir una M. l.uiim Jiunwny
am all jnnt aoriKH lli airuei; while ihn Ktcnmhu'ai
I .nil (I i ii k h Imi ono n;iiare dlntniit.
1 his Hotel t hented hy menui, h )Mtn
l.iinndry, Hydraulic Klmnlor, Klettrir Cull liviln
Automatic Flro-AliirniH. Hatha, ahi?olnlely purp air
perleet !Wvrai2ii and i.oinpieti' apimlMui'i'um.
Sillierh furijirliltn'p; pcrfuct neivli'i'i rdatuii
ti. V. I'AliKKII A: r.l) .IJ(..n.,..H
'J'hil elegant drosing
it j'lcfciT'.d ly tliwa
iunil.tr inticld, on no
:ount of i, aupeiiw
lranlintsa and purity.
It cnnUins m.ileiiall
to Ihs train and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Crey or Fidod Hair
J'irker Hair Iialsjm i finclv perfumed and ll
wnrrnnictl lo prevpnl filling ot the hair and to re.
tnova dandruff unci itcliiiii;. lliscox & Co , N.Y.
On. anil l iImi, at draliri In Jrur mid mmllflrni.
A Superlative Health and Strength Rastonr.
If you ara merhauic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a m'Ulier run dnwn hy f.nnilyor houta
hold duties try 1'ankkii' Oinolk Tonic,
If you nre a Uwyer, miniMer or buiinm man ex
hnuati'd hy meninl itmin or anxinm cares, do nut talcs
Intoxicating tiiiiialiilin,bulusa t'aiker'iCinjer Tonic
If you have C'omuniption, I)ypepi,i, Kheiima
lam, Kidney C'oniplaima, orunydnonlcrofihiiluiiRa,
Jlmnath. bowela, Llot'd or nerve I'AKKM't, ClNtiia
Ionic will euro you. It itlhc (;reutrt Llood Putiher
And tha Best and Surest Couyh Curo Ever, Uud.
If you nie wauling aw.iy from ne, dUkipalion or
any ihsenie or wrulmeM and rrquiia a iitnulnm laka
(ilNulta Tunic nt once j it will invigorate and build
you up from tli fuM Uoe hut will never intoxicate.
It haa aaved humlicd of livcai it may iva youra.
CAI'TIOM l-llfuit all mhillliilM, I'vl.i'i UlnrTcmlo la
tempiwd of tha bait rtniriliil kiiii in lh wnrld, an,l liaatlralf
itlllrrrnt fmra pKfarallnuaiifiiliiitrraMe. BnJ rorolmlatto
IIImoi Co., N. Y. am-, A (I hum, at ,Wl.n la dni(l,
onrAT BAVINH lll'YINO DOLL A It siac.
I.. J.-h ...t It.. (in i. I.,.. !.. .1.1.
tlfhuhiful perlitme exceedingly popular, Thar
la ant lllim like It. Insist upon having Floxiat
tom Culounk and look (ot aisnatura of
en erf Mil, Any dmnlit n dlr la arniam
can wpply vwi. M an1 ta tnl im.
i.AiuiK aviNf niTi.vu Tie. in.
I V i v y I a- V' V 1 I Ik. F I
I W ,riar m
I .' I
? '1 -1 t
6f YOUK CAPITAL.
Vi W TIjihio ileslrliiir to mako monpy
rmmiinll and medium Invftatiuanta
gf In ciiiln, proviBiims and a took
Y"w jn; on ii, ir inii. rruiu iuuy lai
iiis: on our diiu. irutu Muy lat,
avniuau), on invoai
tl.lMIU.cnahprofita .n,l anI n..i.l I..
tlrH'f, hiVtn ffiftltAf I anA nuiA s
vimtora aiuniintiiiu to nnveral tinma
t 'jrisiiiiil in vi iilnient. Priflta
F" ""' nraioi iivery luontii, still l;,ftv.
iti the ortiilnal liiveMtfiient nmk
STfr5 inuiiinnnvor pnyalilo on ilnmand,
oi vvr0 r.fi,,innforv eire'jlam nnl atiuii.
men la nt fund V sent fr1. We
wnnt respiinaible aiionta, who will
report on crop and intrnduco tha
fimmm & merriam,c vhmnu,
Major lllick. Thlcago. nv
M ason & hamliJJ
ADt 4 TOare rnr'aiuly beat, havinK been
llltT Ail a'"'. ''""eft t every Great
, , " WorM'a Indiialrlnl l onip lltlon
for Hlxieen Yeare; no other American orgata hav
Ini; hemi lonud equnl at any. Alan chcapeat. St.yla
'H; HVi oclavoa; mitllclnnt cotiipana and power
wlih in-t qualty. fur popular aui red aud aecular
ninelc In ncnonlaor fuinlllen. at oulv 22. (me
S',lldr2V.n ber "tvlc ' :', 137. gtiaj, g72, $7S, $M,
V 114-to ", mil "p. Tho larger atylea are
whullv niirlviiltd by anv oilier orcane. Alio for
cny pavnieiiM. Ndiv liliiKtrtod Catalogue free.
The M AS OS & HAM LIX Orzan and Piano Co.
IM 'Iromont atreet. Roatnn: 111 Kft-t Htb atreet
(Lnlon qiarfl), .New Vork; 119 Wabiah Arenue,
VOFXTt MVS II you want to learn Telegra,
l"l.illT xtlli! phvlnafewnionthi, anuho
cerlHiiidf a aitniilliiti, nddrnaa Vnli'iHint) brotbon.
,10111 vil!,., 1,.
New'papnerA'lvertial'i( Bureau, lOSpmce at N.Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PIUS &S
Mood, and willoomplelelr ehanffa the blood in the en
, irn ratin in threnmnntna. Any pernio who will tk
lpillt',hni(fht from 1 to 1 9 wnelia m ay be restored
to,iund health, if wh a tiling bep,wmlln. Sold
erywhfin, oraent. hrmail for H Mint alainpn. I. ft.
l4BhM)N A Co., Boaton, N., formorly Hapicr, Sir
I hnv n poalttvx reiniT f.ir thft al),,vi illmm; bj lie
iiinumiuila if i:f..i o( tha oortt kind ana of lonr
iimiiheir have boen cured. Imlned.anairnnirN mi ftiltK
11 lue:ll,:i jr, that I will aetid TWO BOTTl.KH KHftK to.
iiiher KhbaViU'AHI.H TKEAT1RK on thla Uianaaa.la
Mir ulluinr. Ulva Kimeaa niid 1'. u. ailiireai.
KR. T. A. SLOCI M, 181 Pearl Si., New York.
W hile WrustMiij; with a Kiillun 'i'rto a I.' mberinan
I! ireivea C'nnaeiiueiiliat Dniii 'S .
V h le on a hiiiitin xettraioii in tho great coal
and ,iod region nenr I'nrVotirlale l'a., the writer
met Hiinin Coll, a Itimhorman. Acciietoiuud le
life and lni.or iu the forrett from early mauhood, be
wug a irtio K'llRlit of hi Axe. Many a tree hod
fiiilen liefi.ro h!n rlti. tui; atrul'.ee, niir' II e.;ofifte
hud huriie nvvay to ni'ir.ei ihoviiwi d pruilucte,
L'oll la a rtinraifr. and ift)rar Wilde t rltfhl in
aay'PK tn it al I iimv 'nieut its nnhlnderi-d labor ara
Kraeeful, our frli'tiilV. i'.IUm, atrippmt for lna work,
ami Hllaeiiinn a men lid-hiird I, aa-n'iHed the
heavy do'ir-ui I'm l In lliein'a CaaCe mttl hoye
prieenird ill ml ir h'.ii I Inlilre
dim d y. Iinwi" r 'nn let him tell Hip r'ory
liluiM'li, r.elie inlil i -o mu:
"I " "ii in 'lu'wiMHla know. Irylnu to
' lir! i I ,i y il ii h h ' I 'I hl khiy; I ruuid Rut a
Iw-lier puri tiiipe mi Ii fr-nn i he l.itvrr atile, I tackled
ll ttn ie w .ill ni) I nur r l l:i ; lie.'k nud threw my
weiL;!it on l!:e ! ver. he 'untried ehe did, but aa
luck wuulil hnvu t. Indole I eniild u I out nf the
way, die nlind r s;iil voriiiu. II it buda't been
for a lot of email llinhi, find biii.'li lying Id tbo road
whii u lifted her up, ehu'tl a cjufhcil mc flat. Aa It
uaa I nut up without a brokiu hone, but with eouie
mljjlity bod hruieea "
Then j on were oil rli ," aald I. In auditor.
"Not bya b!un cci alt;lit, atriuitfcr. I lo ik cold
rbennialieii) net lu. and, If I luJn'f heard of EEN
HON'S CAl'CINE I'OH )l'H I'LASTItHS and
need 'em, ll'n my opinion should never have
niHde ano:her ch,p fly. Iiit t tbo t'upclno look hold
qui, k, and I'm about aa K'oA an new. But thrru'a
one t.hui yon klu calkiintcon: -I ehall never
w.-aat'B with another Ion unlcsi I bnvo the advao
tui;e of the around K ,r, aa I told von beforo, If It
hndn't beeu for :hcm hruehenl'd been amathed ao
you r.o Id a auld m? for a door mat."
Tho Capclnc la th thlux for rheumailim. It
doerj'l ke'pyou HiiltliiR The word CAPCINE
le L'i'T In tlioceutcr f tho genuine. Price 25 centa.
Seahtirjr Jt Jcbn-on. t hernials. New Y r!t.
PARIJEK'H t-ONS Avf) DAl'GHTEHa
Ur any Aetlvn Man ot Wonian
n A V MA Z un rt
In Caah, wiirkU'i?f rthc Aranrlcin r'ar.tier.
Addreaa B A. K. II ACK TT, Kl Wavoe, Ind
lor ul Union Ho dlera II
disabled In lineofdutv.lt
rpiMiMon.UwiinncllnP ot'l'ay nnd
Mu oio mineral. HMI1LHMO Botinty to
jj 'iiloiiwddleraiorU'donrrillaaa rtenertert
DISCHARGES Jtonoo. fwo'e?
cent atitmpa n $ rOPrJART Su CO..
41U i Street . H lvStaliliutou, D, ft
ILY MINNESOTA SWEET CORN
rdurulril nnd prnctlenl irrntternTiflWieni to our
piiillo "Tlnit llit I oritur North is W nr
urowti Ihp.'nrller Ituir lirodiii t Mill if.
XSeolliir thla year a hill lino nl htaMdnrd I'litatnea,
trtintniiaine. arownoti dry upland : Mini, Ii i'yteand
lllnoHlemWlHwtiWhltuKiieNiniiOiitN; 1 lioniwCab
lino.aaldto tMinn wiHk inrllr tlinii Knriv Vorkiour
North Mar Vellow Heul tJoni UII l.iki llie lead, and
for fodder Ineiiual In anv; of oulnn timiatnee,
rarintn, pMan, ke., lti, a full Imu and liimecrop, all
K"'JKrowlhnn our own funim. Wild llliaforduek
lunula alwnya om Imna for tiprlnif or Full nowliur.
,th Annual (liil,vun. .e. T. Sf. iMIl'Ct'AI.F,
(irowvr, luiorlrri:Jobhi'r,Nt, rul. .Ilium
A Lending T.nndnn rhya
li'ien eHtniiii.hea aa
Oilieelit New York
lor tbo Cure sf
f laity of Rpllepay, liaa wlllmm iloil, lretil and tuwl
Ware eauaa than any other livin (htalrlan. Hl meraae
kaa almply keen aalnnlahlna;! we liava hrU of cam nf
war ro yeara' flan, In. a lurrmuniPv enied 1T elm.
baa wnbllllied a '" on thla einou. Ma h ernita
wlih alaraa botilenf Ida wrodarruieure fre to any inf.
frer who may wnd their itprrM anil r. O. Addna ll
adrlreeoviia "l"'1'" eiireaoaAlraae
&. k UtMMOUi, Ke. aiei K, Hear taik.
Im. Al. M.M,la Af ljlndnttl. hrt M.kea A aiHI