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DAILY AND WKKKLY.
'lrm ol uboriiitlon.
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Dally one y.-ar bycurrtor f tS 0)
( percent, dlacuuntll paid In advance.)
Ortl ,." yonr ny m jo OC
Daily, no.) niuntt 1 00
Weekly, ouo year . SOU
Weely.li month MM iio
-T-riubof flveor more for Weekly bulletin at
"m .tui' ji;r jusr, 91 wi
INVAItlAlll.T 111 I'TAM1JB,
All Coiumuulcatioue should be addreaaed to
K A HI'WNJlTT
ruhlieher and Proprietor.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Pere Core for nil FEMALE WEAR.
MKfcOSEM, Including Lencorrha-a, Irw
regular and Painful Meuetrnaiiao,
loflamoiatlon and Ulceration of
tbe Womb, Flooding, PHO.
I A PHI H IT E It I, dre.
rVriftuutioihtivv-, enVaelom and Imme'TUee
10 Ita effect. It la a great help In prgnaory, and re
Uevea pain during Ubor end at regular pti"de.
Miking I SKIT AAD PRFM ItlBC IT IVEFLI.
rvPoi all WtAlxmnE of the generative nrgane
of either eel, It iaaecond to no remedy Dpi fhaa evei
len before the public i end for ell dlwwv of tb
Kininrrt It lii tbe Ormtrtt kernel y th World.
tKIDNKYrOMPLAFSTH of Either Rex
Flod (ircal Kellerla It Tie.
ITDIA E. IMNKTf AM'e) IILAOD FrKITTER
will Tiuii'-l e.ery veeotre of llutner from the
lllood . at the rn time will give iih and etrengTh to
tbeytui. AamarveUotuui reeulta aa the Compound.
If Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are pre
pared at KB and tS WwU-rn Avmiui,, Lyiic, Kua.
Price of either, l. Six hottlet for ft The Compound
11 erut by null U tbe form of pUla, or of krniitn, on
receipt of price, (1 pur box for either. Mm. Pinkharo
freely anawera all lot tire of Inquiry. Encloae I cent
tamp. Bend fur uplili-t. MtntUm (An faptr.
tfi.TPii B. rrrn' I fra Pru4 cure fonatlpa
tloti. BJ.ouiui and Turpidllr of tb Livr. De ornta.
-Hold by ail Drngrleta.-e,
la composed of Herb.il and Mueilrurinoue piod
u -la, whicu permeate tlie an balance oftlio
I'Uugi, cxpectoratee the acrid matter
lliatc;lectam tbe bronchial Xuln,andformia
eoothlug coatlug, wuiih rellerea th lr
rltallitit thnt cnum ti.eoougb. llcleanec
Ihelunceof all iinpnrlUea, etrengthrne
theiuwiirn enfeebled) by dlaeaee, mvtgor
nli tlio circulation of the blood, and braceetho
t)rTO'.iTt.tn. MIhtiold often end In
rontiimptlon. Itt dauKfroueto neglect
them. Apply the reined- promptly. A
tutor tiwity u.in warrants tho aerion that
uo remedy lineerer been fiinnd that lea
prompt ialu. trectu TUTT'S EXPECTORANT.
A eliiRle doeo ralae the phlexin, uuiik
imuiii:in.B:id r ue ipeelily rurn the mot
l.atinater-ui;li. A pleaaant cordial, chIN
ilren talie tt readllv. .r ('roup It I
lilt aluutilo ni l ulionl f fio fn erory family.
Ill tf.r. and 1 liottlre.
ACT DIRECTLY ON THE LIVER.
Cure Chill and lever, I'yeprpiln,
Nick lleadarlie.ItUloiii Colic, t'ontlpa
tlou, UhruiuatUin.I'lIra, PalpltatloiKif
the Heart, IMirlnne, Torpid I.lvrr, ond
r'emale Irrriiilaritle. If you uo iiot "It- 1
ry gll," a miitle pill timulmc. theettimncli,
leetoreathc a'lix"! ite.r.mnrtii v:eor to II e iraieru.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS:
J'k. Iuit: Vrarinn l or Un jure I 1ito
ljn a martyr to I)' ipi,pia, Crnatiutun and
l'tl'e. Lust epringj'oiirpillt were rfconimended
tunic; 1 need them (hut with little fitith). I am
now a well man, have good appetite, dipcation
perfwt, rearuliir n'rjl", pil' g"tp, and 1 hare
(THim-d forty poumA7iid llvnh, TLey are ui th
their welphtin pold,
KEV. H. l..fiIM?PON,UniiTille. K.
Offlrr, Mi Mnrroy t.. New York.
IH. Tt'TT'H MANIMI, of lafil
ltoct-lpt IIL.E on applicatlou.
The Bui ami Worthless
aro never iiuitntotl ami countiTftritt-il. This
is cst;ciiilly iniL'ol' a family iiK'dicinu, uud
it is ptwitivo ppHit Hint tliu rcinciiy imita
tei ih tit' tliu liight'ht vtiluc. As hi mti us it
bft'l licfi) tcsleil ami irovi-l by tliu whole
world thit Hop BitttTi was tliu pun-fit, best
and most valualilu lauiily nicdicinu on
earth, many imitations sprung up and bo
(jfitn to Htt'ttl the ndtict'H in wiiich thu press
and people of tliu cuiiutry had expressed
the merits of 11. II., and in every way trylni
to induce sullVrini; invalids to use their
stulT iiistt.'nd, expecting to make money on
the credit and eood name of H. 15. M;iuy
others started nostrums put up in similar
style to II. 15., with variously devised names
in which the word "Hop" or Hops" wero
used in a way to induce people to believe
they wero tho saiiio as Hop Bitters. All
such preturt led remedieu or cures, no mat
ter whit their style or name is. and es
pecially those with the word "Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Bnwnro of them.
Touch none of them. Use nothing but gen
uine ll. p Hitters, with a bunch or cluster
of green Hops on the white label. Trust
nothing else. Druggists and fleah-ra are
warned against dealiifg in imitations or
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE IF
'I rid OUuTOimov v vaw.uv ,n uui oquu I
IWT a uoneupauwu ..u.wu,r . i
equalled the eelebrated Kidney-Wort a a
: loure, wnateToruieoniio,nowiiYwvuuiiwi
I tO OIUW. Wl TOOjeaTWU DToroum....
MaiB mmw ni htm Aiatvnaainr ouui
KlLESl .1.1-4 la ant M hut'
; ooaplloatoa wttAOonaupatton. iuaney-vyuni
, itrencthen the woukened parta and qulokly
I aure all kind of Pile eren when phydalani
. .-J ..llAlHaa ttaifM kaiAMa Aalliwl I
MeUlU inirUU4UM aaaaiw vviwis imuvvm
ripmoi. U8E iPwn" "I
JjsmpKmztmTiWts the hope oil
fj& WOMAN. .Srb-HE RACEtJ
ifClolW. Pnrilnua Rids.
Lewis K. J)nwson, tliu big policeman
who HUinds ut Kiglith and Arch streets,
claims tho honor of having taken (ien.
Mct'k'lhin wifely tbioiib, or ruther
over, one of tho greatest t lungers of his
life. "It was the timo th rebels eviu-u-ated
Yorktown," Buid the policeman,
"before the seven (lays' tight in the nn
ninsula, I was then driving McClellau'i
private araihuliineo, a sort of German
town wagon, thnt ho had fitted up for
his own use. It would miry four per
sons comfortably, and I lit, R team of
four splendid horse to draw it. Well,
tho rebels skipped out of Yorktown one
Saturday night, hut before they went
they tilled nil th,. r(m,s jn Hround the
town with torpedo buried 'em under
n thin scum of earth, vou know, so thnt
you coiildnt' s-c the blamed things till
you stepped on 'em, and then nfter that
you never saw anything else. The Sun
day fifteiuhc evacuation was a boautiful
day, but that night it ruined as it just
knew how to rain down on the penin
sula, and the mud well, it knew how to
make mud, loo. Jt was About u foot
deep, I reckon, when I started on Mori
day morning for McC'lellaii's headqunrt
ers, four miles out, to drive to York
town. There were four officers in the
am bulanee, (Jen. Mt -(.Melton, Col. Col
burn, his chief of stair, (;,.. Franklin,
and (ien. Fit John rot ter. It was still
raining, and the ambulance curtains
were closed. We gut along all right till we
came to the entrance to tbe Yorktown
fortifications, and there right in the nar
nowest part of tho way. was an ambu
lance wagon, broken down iu the mud,
and beside it was a stick, jdanted in the
mud, with a little red flag hanging from
it. I knew what it was ns soon as I
saw it; the rain had washed the dirt off
one of them bloody torpedoes, and the
soldiers had found it anrf marked it;
you l't they wasn't going to dig it up
without positive order.
"Well, I slopped niv team and Gen.
iMcl.Mellan fctuck his fiend through the
curtains and looked about him. There
wero some soldiers standing around, and
among th. -in was a lieutenant. Model
Ian callt-d him up and said:
"Don't let our men take up any oi
mii-su lorpenoes. .Make the
"Then he lnoki'd nt ibe wagon
asked in.;: "Do you think vou cart
es,' I said. -I jruess I can, if I strad
dle that torpedo.'
'Well,' said be, 'go ahead. I expect
we'll ail be blown to tiiun.b.r together.'
Those were the very words he used. So
I threw my long whip down between
the hor-es to kt-op iheui apart as far as
po-.sih!o and drove ahe id. and we got
into Yorktown without touching The
"And w hat did M. (Melbtn sny then?"
"He never said a word. W hen we
got into Yorktown he h ft the ambu
lance and wcni into a house, -uid pres
ently he sent an orderly out to toll me
to go back to heiclipmrtcrs. I hud no
sooner reached there than I received
orders to turn around, return to York-
town, and follow the army, so 1 had to
drive over that blamed torpedo three
times. I got kinder tne.l to it at last,
and was ready to let that 1 could do it
everv time. J'luioufhtliiu Times.
"Darling Nellie Gray."
t-incinnau letter; J nere are lew per
sous in th south who have not heard
and admired that charming negro mel
ody, "Darling INellie Grav, and at one
time it stood in the same rank with "Old
Kentucky Home," "The Old Folks ai
Home and others of that class. It i
less known now, hut in certain Southern
sections "Nellie Grav" is as househol
words, ami in every list of plantation
song it has an honored place. But tc
come to my story. I was talking the
other day to a musically inclined gentle
man, whose practice on the violin in a
room near my own keeps mo constantly
striving to be a Christian and not to do
anything of a riotous nature, when we
mentioned the old song incidentally and
n ioiu me tlie author was lu.s cousin,
and that it bad a little history.
I he song writer was B. R. Hanbv. of
Westerville, Ohio, who was also a paint
er, a musician, and a poet. When he
was about 20 years of age he sometimes
jotted down melodies wiiioh struck him
and on one occasion the notes of "Nellie
Gray went ou paper, and he afterward
wrote the words. He had nover pub-
nsiiou any music ami tuis was put aside
where he could use it as the fancy struck
Oue night at a little company at his
house, tho song, among others, was
sung, aud a gentleman present) boing
struck by the air, made some inquiry
about it, am! the facts were given him.
Ho at onco asked the young composer
what it was worth, and Mr. Hanby, not
being posted, put tho figure at $5 and
the trade was made Tlio new owner
set about having it published, and when
it appeared it struck tho popular taste,
over 200. 0i0 copies wero sold. Another
case of the history of composers repeat
ing itself, or rather of one story, with
the names changed, being narrated of
f tarting a Young Man. '
It is related of wealthy Thiladelphian
who has been dead theso many years
that a young man camo to him one day
and asked for help to start him in bus
"Do you drink?" asked tho million
"Stop it! Stop it for o year, and then
come ami see me."
Tho young man broke tl' the habit at
once, and at tho end of a year again
"Do you smoke P" asked tho great
"Yes, now and thou."
"Stop it! Stop for a year, and then
come and see me."
The young man went away and cut
loose fioni the habit, and after worrying
through anoi her li mouths once more
faced the philanthropist.
"Do you chew?"
"Stop it! Stop It for ii year and then
come and sco me."
But the young man never culled again.
When some one asked why he didn't
make one more effort lie replied: "Did
n't I know what ho was driving at P Ho'd
have told nut that as I had stopped
chewing, drinking and smoking, 1 must
havo saved enough money to start my
elf."-ir Slmt Xewa.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Hnncrt anil Liberal.
When the Hops in each bottle of Hop
Bitters (at the present price, t1.25 per lb.,)
cost more than a bottle is sold for,
besides the other costly mediciues, and the
quality and price are kept the same, wo
think it is honest aud liberal in tho pro
prietors, and no one thould complain, or
buy oi uso worthless stuff, or cheating bo
gus imitations because the price is less.
The Evolution of Bread.
Bcrson of extreme views am apt to
maintain that all mankind, being nor
mally savages, were as normally canni
bals; but, leaving that moot question
altogether on one side, it seems proba
ble that humanity ato acorns long be
fore they ato cereals or learned the art
of making bread, and that the venera
tion entertained by tho Druids of Gaul
and Britain for the oak was due to the
circumstance that its glands were the
.staple food of tho people. Bread, prop
erly so called, was transmitted by the
Greeks to the Romans; and either the
latter or the Phoenicians may have in
troduced tho cultivation of corn into
Gaul. While, however, tbe land was
mainly covered with immense forests, a
long time must have elapsed before the
practice of eating acorns, chestnuts and
beech mast was abandoned, and even
when corn was regularly grown, rip
ened, and harvested, the grains were
merely plucked from tho ear and eaten
raw or slightly parched. The next step
was to infuse the grains in hot water
for tbe making of a species of gruel or
porridge, and a long time afterwards it
may have occurred to sonio bright gen
ius to pound tho corn in a mortar or
rub it to a powder between two stonos.
Subsequently came the handrail); but it
was not until after tho First Crusade
that the windmill was introduced from
the East, whither it had probably found
its way from China. The first bread
was evidently baked on the ashes and
unleavened, and the intolerable pangs
of indigestion brought on by a continu
al couro of "galeete" or "damper'
may have suggested tbe use of a fer
menting agent, which in the first in
stance was probably stale bread turned
sour. I'linv has distinctly told us in his
"Natural History" that the Gauls leav
ened their bread with yeast made from
the lye of beer; yet, strangely enough,
they abandoned thu use of beer yeast,
and did not resume it until the middle
of the seventeenth century. Its revival
in France made the fortune of many
bakers; then the medical faculty sound
ed an alarm, declaring that yeast made
from beer was poisonous. Its employ
ment was prohibited by law in 1660,
but the outcry raised by" the bakers and
tbe public was so vehement that in the
folio wiug year the decree of prohibition
was concealed, with proviso that the
yeast was to b procured only from
beer freshly brewed in I'aris or the im
mediate neighborhood. . Some form of
fermenting oread, however, the French
bad been eating for 1,600 years in con
tradistinction to tbe gruel" and pulse
eating Italians and Levantines and the
purely vegetarian Hindus.
Bad Breath arises from the stomach, and
ctn be easily corrected it you take Sim
mons Liver Regulator. It is peculiarly
adapted to tho stomach, correcting acidity,
destroying foul gases and allaying inflam
mation. Take, after eating, a half table-
spiw -n fill, it assimilates with the food and
ensures perfect digestion, without which
that repulsive disorder, bad brca'.h, must
ensue. Thu Regulator removes billious
ness, cures dyspepsia, constipation and
sick headache, is purely vegetable and
How to Turn a Bird Eod.
"I'm going to let you into a g"o:it ms
eret, and one that I am ccrtiwn is not
known to the majority of bird dealers.
In 1870, I-jiiih. TonlcD, a Frenchman,
opened an aviary iu I'aris aud made a
specialty of dealing in canaries. He had
an enormous cage, which held nearly a
thousand of the feathered songsters,
whose combined warbling must have
been something terrilic. Strange to say,
every bird was of a deep red color, ami
the novelty of the thiug attracted atten
tion. The Frenchman did not hesitate
to show the young birds in their natural
feathers, and old ones gradually chang
ing their color from yeilow to red, but
he refused to divulge how the change
was brought about. Bed canary bird
beennie the rage in Parisian society,"
and Ponlen was enabled to retire in "a
few years with qtiito a respectable for
tune! In 178 the old Frenchman died,
hut on his deathbed he told how he hail
produced red canaries. And how do
you think? Simply by seasoning their
food very highly with cayenne pepper
just before and during the molting sea
son. When the plumage appears it, is
red instead of vellow. Tho health of tho
bird is not injured in the Ica.-.t by the
treatment; in fact, it is improved."
a 4 -ap
Four hundred Harvard professors and
students formed a co-operative society
nine months ago. and opened a store,
where books, sporting articles, station
ery, fuel, pictures nod clothing were
either kept in tock or sold by sample.
The price for everything was 5 percent.
nbovo wholesale cost, and members only
could buy, but on no other terms than
cash down. They also pay -2 a year. The
experiment has thus far been highly
satisfactory, and no reason for failure
in tho future is apparent. There is no
capital nt risk, the o per cent, ami
yearly dues cover tbe expenses, and the
members, nof increased to (i,i6, get
their supplies at nn average of VO pet
cent, less than they would have to pay
elsew here. A novel branch of business
is the sale of second-hand books nnd
furniture, by which students get pay for
their discarded things, instead of throw-
Ill them ii win.
Senator David Davis Is fond of cu
couniging worthy nnd aspiring young
men, but toward idlers ami fortune
hunters ho turns the chilliest kind of a
cold shoulder. A short time ago a
young lawyer linked his permission to
tiny court to a young lady of wealth,
nis ward. Senator Davis took tho case
under consideration for n day, and then
rendered n decision. "I cannot give
my consent," It ran, "not because yon
are poor ami dependent upon your pro
fession, but beuiiuso you nre in"lhu habit
of Incurring needless debts, without
knowing or caring how you are to pay
THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY
Jtk-Les in Hop Farmluft.
At tho present prices, teu acres in Hops
will bring moio money than five hundred
acres in any other farming; and, if there is
a consumer or dealer who thinks tho price
of Hop Bitters high, remember that Hops
aro 1.25 per lb., and the quantity aud
quality of Hops in Hop Bitters and the
price remains the samo rs formerly. Don't
buy or uko worthless stuff or iniitatioiis be
cause th.! price is less.
Many ladies who had scarcely enjoyed
the luxury of feeling well for years have
been so renovated by uitig Lydia Pink
ham's Vegetable crmpound that they have
triumphed over the ills flesh is said to bo
heir to, and life has been crowned with the
added charm of a fresher beauty.
V'Slow and sttady wins the race."
Steadily, but not slowly. Kidney-Wott is
distancing all competition for universal
popularity and usefulness. This celebra
ted remedy can now bu obtained in the
usual dry vegetable form., or in liquid
form. It is put up in the Utter way for
the especial convenience of thone who
cannot readily preparo it. It will bo found
very concentrated and will act with equsl
efficiency in either form. Read advertise
ment. f-iyEvcry color of tho Diumond Dyes
is perfect. Seo the samples of the colored
cloth at the dtuggists. Unparalled for
Me.ssmax's Peptonized Beek Tonic, the
only prepartioQ of beef containing its entire
uutritious properties. It contains blood
ranking, force gene r.tting and life sustnin
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion'
DypcMa, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
feebled couditious, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute discaec, particulary if resultin
from pulniomry complaints. Caswell,
H:-.7.ird, & Co, Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggist. (;))
Faiimeuo and others desiring a ccotcel,
lu rative agency business, by which "5 to
JO a day chu be earned, 8"iid addnts at
otire, on postnl, to I'. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
1115 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
Shiloh's Vitalizer s what you need for Con
stipatiou, Loss "f Appetite, Dizziness nml
n symptoms oi ujsi'ej'Sia. rricc
7-3 cents per bottle. Paul O.
Pel. n h.
rtiiPKieu Arnica Salve
The Best Salve !n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bbeuin, Fever
Sorts, Tetter, Cliapp:d Hands, t bilolaiiir,
Corn?, and all Skin Eruptions, and positiv. y
curt sPiles. It is guaranteed torsive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded1. Price
21 cents pr b.-x. For side by Geo. E
Disense, Propensity and Passion,
brings Mankind iiumbeilcss ailments, forc
u.obt among them are Nervousness, Nerv
ous Debility, and unnatural weakness of
Generative Orgsns; Albn's Bruin Food
successfully overcomes these troubles and
restores the sufferer to his former vigor,
fl. At drUL'cisls. 2w.
Croup, W hooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by ShilohV, Cure.
Paul G. Schuh. agent. (8)
W.M. H. Skelly writes from Lamont, III
" I have taken Brown's Ir n Bitters; it
certainly helped me. I consider it sn ex
Dit. Kmm's Gkkat Nekvk Restohek is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to tit'l Arch
street. Phila.leloia. Pa.
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Oi-nilnat- of two medical
coIIcumb. tins lipcii lunger euiMKud In the iri-nt-niiMit
of ( 'hroiiin, Nrrvoun, Hltm mid
Wlpo.1 l)lsrai' Ihiin any ntlx-r iili valelnn In
St. Loiiln. in city iu.p. rH nnd afl old roil,
dents know. CnniiiltntlotWt o.lu-.. or by mall,
free mid Invited. A lYIemllv talk or lilx opinion
rosUimthliiK. When It Ulnronvfiilcnt to visit
the city .or treatment, mod I -1 new can li.'nent
hy mall or express even-where, ('iiriil.le can-
iriiiiraiiti'fl: where douht cxlsta U frankly
elated. Call or Write.
Wurvous Prostration, Debility, Mnntal and
Physical Weakness, Morcurlal and other
elonsfThroat,kln and Bonos, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTee
tiom, Old Soros and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Sh""niat,ism, Pihs, Special
attention U cases from ovr-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imrrutlmcoa, Excessflij
Indulgttncos or Exposure.
tt la elf.v.nn dm' a plmMan i.avlnif
part Ien ar att.'iitlon to e nfoa.- attains
ureal hklll, nnd ihva-lna In reiriilnr ira.-l.'e
all over the country knowing till. rre.iiently
rri-iiNiini-iiu rn)igii ni.lPkf ontce in AIII'Ttca
where every known appliance It re.rli-d lo,
and the provi.) irno.l i-r-intidlpa of all
,.. and count rlra nr.- tp-cd. A whole hone la
n.pd for office j,urpoci, and nil aretreat.-d llh
kill III a rpoctfnl mmini-r; and, knowing
what lo do.iiiiexwrliiieiilaareiiiil. on sc.
conn, of the ureal iiunil.rr niiiMna, the
charge r k. tit low, often lower than la
demanded liv hiIh-m f f vou MM-tiro lite tkl'l
and B' l!e'dyand irftct lll cine, Hint U
the Important mutter. j'atn III. I, ail pagos
tent to my addrcia free.
Elegant cloth nnd rot Mielleg, F.ale.lfnrW
cent In nonage or currency. Over Sflv won.
eVNiil lien plchire, trn to life, article. on the
following enhjeeta. M tin may niarrv. who not;
hyr I roper sire lomnrrv. Who 'niarrv II rat.
Jauhnoil. Wnniaehnn-I, rtivlcl decav.' Who
oiildmariy. Mow life ami applnemav he
ercacd. lt)tio married or contemplating
rrryltig ahnulil rend It. It otiiilo tone reai
v all adult iieranm., then kept under lock and
key. I opnlnr e.llt ion. earn at ahove, hut piper
fewer and KOO iagca, venU by mail, lu moutf
I Si I II MS
:i ?oE 9,-r2"? CAmOQGK POT
"nw nca 10 any aiiilrm, 1B0 IIIim.
tn.lion.of all kimltof BRASS. GERMAN
SILVER and REED lnatrumtnta, togh?,
e-nh full Inttnii tiom for forming BandYdi.
Hr"V,,J ,fll"illon of InitrumenU
WHAT and HOW to purrhaee: tenia for
gol. or iilner plating, repairing, Ac. Will alio
;'J?W f"' our an Orehtttra
VftlaJr. t'JK Popular rounlo. Addreac
THE ROOT 4 SOUS MUSIC C0..CHICAG0.IIA
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Aoo'lancM art tent on 30 Divi' Trial
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD.
WHO are nr7erlng-froni Naaroca Dibimtt,
Lost Vitality, I.teic or Nanva Koaia imd
Vioor, Wati.nq W'kaknk.wi, am! all those dlaeaava
of a I'MsoNAb NATi-aa reanitliiu Ironi Aat-iKa and
Ornra (.'araaa. Spctnly rolli-f and complete rwtto.
ratlonnr MKALTR.Vtooaand UAOoviD.ti'AaAKTtKD.
The irran'lt dinpovcry of ti, Nnn-n-nlli Cenlnry.
Send at unue rur UlUnti aUMl I'a.nphlul tree. A.ldreaa
V0LTA1D BtlT CO., MAHSHaU, MICH.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our mnor other Eleoiro-Oa'yanle and Magoette
Appllnnoea aod Oarmenta are Invaluahla, and a aura
earn lor Mervoua lielillltr Paralraia, Kpllepty, Kheumav
tjim, Ovrworkod Iiraln, Eibauttlna or Loaa of Vlt)
Enersr. Weak bnok, kl.lnrf LiImum. Lena, Liter and
Stomach Coraplalnta, aud are adapted to EITHia
an. Theao appliance are Die rr latent Improved
and entirelr dllTernnt from lielta and all othera, at (be?
poeltlvelr generate contlnurma enrrente althont aclda,
earning no tore. n,-r Irritation of the iktn can be
worn at work aa well real, and are ooly notloeabla to
tbe wearer. The power la regulated to at to meet the
different etaea of nil dlnenaea where Elertrto aod
Magnet lo treatment la of be ieftt Thro lor
Cure Impotekcy, Seminal Wiakniss, Lost Mwood, to
They Cura when nil elga f,n. Our If "at rated
Pamnhlet aer,4 li aenM enrel(e 0n receipt of Soante
toaOi4s ora-curelr arnpi nd, fo.
Howard Kloclro-Magnelu- Inaolet, t per pair br mall.
AMERICAN CALVAMO CO.,
312 N. Oth St.. St. Louie, Mo.
A New anil (.oinpii'tu llolol, rr.intlug en L- t
.Second and Hntinmd .Hireela,
Til raaanuuir Di lmt nl lliti L'IiiChl'ii. St. l.n.Oa
aijr .,evv urienna: Illtnola Ceiitral: Waliaah. ht
Loitia and l'ncltlc; hon Mountain and Southern.
iVohlle nnd tililn: Cain and Hi. I.oina itun wava
tire all Jnei irmn Iho rircnt: while thu Stenmhiat
l.ali'tu g ia tint one rojiiHr.' illalaiil.
una Hotel la.hcatud by atcain, ha (team
laiin.lry, nvdra.,:ir. Ki.ivator. Kle. I rlc ( nil nulla
Aiitomilic Klre-Alarme. Hatha, aheolttlclv nnra air.
perle.-t aeweraire and .ompliit) appiilnlnu'iita.
unpen, iiiriiiaiiini;; nerfticl tervlce; anil an nn
xc-llml t tab lu .
lo P. PAllItK.lt .V t'1i.,I.nHfMN
not, Ho la awocplng hy, go
and flare hetnru yen .lie, aotn'
tiling nMnlity mil e:himn
leavu hi'liind lii(-.(iii.'iirtiiiii'."
tf'iuivi'ck lu voiiroun town.
Klve Dollar on i nt frev No
flak, Kv. rythliig ticw. Capllul mil required. We
will furnish you every thing. Many are waking;
lorltim.'. I.ndie nuiko aa nincli aa men. and boy a
hliainuaa nt wh
anu giria in me f-n-nr my Homier, if you want
h vou t un make great pay all the
t' mo, wrli.i for purdciil.ira to II
m ...ia iff .
n.1ffrj H7 . I Uu .
IN J rc'ilQH, I a a positive cum focal I Illachnr-ee.
Btlngloir. umactlne noil 1'a.lnliil aenaailoiia orilia
TnrrrTi tir ttt m Tninim iiiiiii i mm
E5I OO per bottle. Fur a, lie hy all drug
jf. nr a.'llt hv Kxmnea on re.
crliitof prlre. JOHN Tt. PA UK 0N.
1 .sAnd r,7 3y..unuieHl,. OINC1NNAT1
Otllu. l'leaaouionliun thle paper. A
ii. oiilo ar-- In anu the look
I 'mil fur rltaiicna lo Increase
timir cam lug", nnd In tone
become wealth) ; those who
do nut Improve lh'lr onp.r-
tnulile remain tn novurlv.
We oiler a great chance, to mnkn money. Wh want
mnnt men, '-otnan, hnvaanil glrll to work fair tie
right III 'holr own Ipeallitoa Any one can do the
work properly rrom tho drat atnrt. The liua'tieaa
will pay in -re Hi mi ten time ordinary wag.-a. Ki-
Pcuei vemi t II ruriilahed free. No nun who ongagea
fal a to mnkn nituii'V ran til v. You ran devote,
your whole tiuv-In ih" work, nr on I v your tpnio
rnoninnla Full l ifirnntlnn aud a I that I ncded
unilfree. Addi-.m dl'IN SON A CO. Portland, Me.
('liili-,.inYrlhONiirel tiiwininf umklngreinilariltnlillilv
Knell Uieinla-ri(i'tath(ilviieHnitcimlilniOcnpltii,if hi,
(,'lnti. join l(Kliero.-iil. lilvlrien.laiaiid llionihlv. lie
porlaof oivnil lti aeiil en.lt Inenil rr. Hluuen a I A each,
redeem 'bl.', Iioini-e. able. lraui'eruble. A lvllal.li.cor-
Eaa.lent wanie l In every town. i-lal liuliieenH'iita.
tplatialoiy t'.ieuli,, .vet Tree, A.rbv ll. U. lik.Muai,
Wh 111 h 179 Le.ri.Ulu Bt..Clll(JAiJ0, lu.
JfiT Ol.not. .S.-rofult, l'lniiivi, hiitl., li .Mr, OI I SorM,
Si. ''"i M'O-utlal lln"l",. Catanh l.'H 'I jjfjf
Apprtpt, r-inala Cvmplilno. an-l an Sliina- jfif
Msf countrr 're kiire't. aril u II. -..Hera
MJr 4 In.. I'ri'l.'.. I'lll-hlirili, mi .vrr Imult.
Mason & hamiiJ)"
fRH-A FQ8r 1er,i'1'y bt. having been
VllUiiiNO";! d'J'-reed at every Great
frRiT..n v... Wor, Induetrlal Compi tltloo
Z A x e ,n Y!ir'! no 0,nf American orgata hav
J?-!Bri.,wd eq"aI.'t ny- A1, cheapen V
?.k3 0,cUve,"i "e''t eompaaa and power
inuflc In aehoolaor famlllea, at onlr fit One
h tindred o. her. atvlea at W), t,v a, "if, i .J-6
rant"viIle,Wi;,.1,,i0n','(ldt,'M Valentine BPoiher0,';
Newfpapaer AdvortUIng Bureau, 10 Spruce at N.Y.
mm ai aVak WfAMwak Ma - .
YOUR OA PIT AT
Thoee desiring to make rnonoy
on small and medium iuveatuienta
in kra n, provtaiona and iCoek
epvoulurJoiia, can do aobyoperat
lni! on our plan. From Mar lat.
lueiits of 10to l.ooo, cash proflta
havo been roallte.1 and pnld to In
yeatora amounting toaeveral timet
T"!11 '"vestment. Proflta
paid flrnt of every month, atlll leav-
- ok iu oriKinai mventment mak
STOCIC l U"",none.' or Payable on demand,
aiuiiva F.xnlanatory circulars and atote-
.ouu.e ut iuoa w Bene rree We
want reaponiible agents, who will
report on crops and introduce the
T )'"" J-ioerai comuusgioug paid.
FLEMKIHQ 5 MERRIAM,c--to..u.
major Block, Chicago, EU
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
wtond, and will completely ebanga the blood in tbe en
oreavatemln threemonthe. Anjrpereonwhowllltake
I m I niiK. lnM 4 . a I . .
,. .. ..iiran i vu a vwaeaemar Dereatorea
toaonnd health, If anch a thing be poaaible. Holder-
AffWhar ne aanl m malt a I... . . . . a
JuHHsoN A Cu. B-. ston, Mm., fonuorlj BAUiior, My
I Hare a piwitivo ran.eer fr ilia above dlteata: br Ita
Ja tliouaande of caaea of the woral kind and of Inng
undine- Have txwn cured. Indeod, eo ttrona-1 mv raitS
n Ita ertVacr, that I will tend TWO BOTTLKd PREB In
glher with a VALC ABI.B TKEATISK on th"dlivSee. le
my tuflerer. Olve Kaprem and f. o. addreaa. w ,
DU. T. A. 8L0CI M, in Pearl St, New York.
Wliilo WreaUliu with a Fallen Treu a Lnmherman
H -celvea Conacqucntial Dnmig'-a.
While on a liiintinu excnralon tniha great coal
end rind rcphm near Cnrhondiilo Pa., the writer
met - llliam Coll, a lumberman. Accttatomed to
life and laimr In the f.irreat from early manhood, he
waaa true K-ilght of Hin Axe. Many a tree bad
fallen bcf-ire hi rliij lng atrnkca, nnd fl-eia of rifle
had borne away lo mnr'.et the aawed pro.iucta.
Coll la a character, and if Oarer Wildu la rlirht In
aay'tig ttiHt nil movenienta in unhindered labor are
gruternl, our frlmid W tllliim, etrippvd for hla work,
and attacking etroen- Hlchard I, aataulted the
heavy doorsofK rout do H. enl'a Cnatln mnt have
preaetilcd au ttd i ii'.ible picture.
One di.y. hnwer-htit let him tell the gtory
blniaeir, ah(i lold 't lo me:
'-I aa out In ihewoo.l you know, trying to
eiart a oi g down a h' l. Thinking I could get a
belter j.iir. hii n It from the lower aide, 1 tackled
It there with m) -lug r Ulnar book and throw my
wei g'li ou the I. v.-r. Hie atnrtcd ahe did, but aa
tuck won d lir.vo .1, u. Ime I could t out of the
nay, he rolled rghl ov.ir me. II It hadn't been
for a lot of smell limb and hrueh h iug In the road
whli h lifted ber up. the'd a crushed me flat. Ae It
waa 1 go I up without a broken bone, but wl,h tome
mighty bad brnlaea "
"Then jou were all rih ,"eald III auditor.
"Not hya blamod aitht. atranifer. I took cnbi
rhcutnatldn aet In, and, If I hadn't beard of BEN
rlU.VS 1,'APl'INK I'ORJUS TLA9TKHS ami
need 'urn, it's mv opinion f ahonld
made another rhipfty. But Iba Capclue look hold
quirk, and I'm about a good aa new. Hut thcre'a
one thing you kin culkllato on: -I ahalf never
wraatle wlih another log union I ho the advan
tage of the ground F.ir, ae I told vou before, If It
hadn't been for them brntliot I'd been amaahed ao
yon could a sold mo for a door mat."
I he t'aucino is tho thine for rhuumatlim. It
doean't keep you watting The word CAPCINE
la ci'T in the center ef the g-nulne. Price 88 cents.
bealitirys: Johnaon. t hernials. New Y' rk.
FAMJIKU'S bONS AND DAUGHTERS
(IP sinv Antiva tmn m Tl'nMNat
CA N M A lv KA? if
In t ah, working f t the Ani'rlr.iu Farmer.
nunrtiaa c a. iv. IlAt. h, r.Tl', r I Wayne, Ind.
disabled In lino nfdutv I f
lor an union tio diera 1 1
noro Liberal. HnnLHntJ IIour.tr to
i 'tilonanldlerf. reported on rolTiaa deserter
at onco. Bond twot-
41S (i Street
Mneatcd and rractleal irownra now oaaani to nne
motto "Th.t the further NoMhlS".!? a??e
irrown lho earlier ihelr product l he."
Jeofler Uila iweftil line ol HUndard IWaloee.
(Ttietonaui.'. gmwnon ilrviiplnnd; Hi-oteh i vfeaini
JlltieHleiii w),eati White KiialnttTli
i1,'1 K- t,"n JT'k iin t han Karly Vork t our
north Ntar lellow Tent Oont atlll t.kea ihehtad, onl
lor f.Mdor laiyiiial to airyi of onion .ed, tomatoce.
rarrote, taa, fce ft,,.. . full llooan.l lanre trap, ail
laes rnwlh nn our own farina, VUtl lib e for Murk
tlh Anmial Oaialoa-ne. .. T. 5f. AIKTCAI.F,
(rower, luiporierX J ubbcr, Hi. 1'uul, ilium
A IaullnarT.ondaa Ikya
K-ian ewtehiialira aa
lor the Care r
Pr, Ab.MeM.rnle (lata of l.ondnt,whi Make a tt
rial) ef Kptlepay, naa wtlhnul dentil treated ai.4 ruirl
Roreeaaeeihan anyelherltvln phialriaa. Hieiipi?ea
M limply bean attenlnlilugl a pave heard er eaaea or
ever W jean' atan.llng euCeaMOilly care. I hy htm, He
Kaa eubllehed a wink nn ll.la dlMiaae, which h tende ,
wit h a larva eolt le ef hla wonderful cure free m any tuf.
I fere- whn may and their eapnee and r. O. Aedreea we
, IH, AH MkZla He. MhihmM., Mew Teta
Ml El lDi!
nARLY MINNESOTA SWEET COTOT
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