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THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
'I'trmi ot Hubsoriptlou.
Palls one yr by earner 0)
(2 1 per cent, discount II paid In advance.)
UkI v.oneyear njr mall 10 nc
Daily. ona moatt ..., M 1 00
Weekly, one year.-.. i 00
Weely.a raouthe......... 1 00
HFC'lubsofnveor more for Waekly bulletin at
one time, pur yoar,l 60
All Communications itiould be addressed to
K. A. ItUltNKTT,
Publisher and I'm-irletor.
"Winter li coming." say tho city belli,
A by tbe merry Are sho aits to boar
Tbo wind, that such a "lory seems to toll
Of woe and sadness with It tnoHnlngs drear.
Diitliltlereckaabe; Winter only brings
To her new pleasures, balls and pu riles (jay,
Velvets and furs, and other retiy things;
On her bli chilly band bo cannot lny.
'Winter Is coming," says tho business inBn,
And hut ton up hi overcoat art wurtn;
Tben, an bo walk. lays niHiiy a fertile plan
About hi pronperous counting-bouse or
To make more money keen, alt hough bis gain
Are litrgo already, still ho whhos more,
,SJit hn tjHrdni-Bn of tho tlnicn complains
Whilst adding dally lo bin ample store.
"Winter la coming," shouts tho rosy child,
As through tbe fallen leaves bo runs wltb
Ills briKbt eyva sparkling and his lock) blown
He cornea up laughing to his mother's knoo
lo apeak of sledging down the snowy bill.
Of snowball battles they will have at school
To plead for skates wltb wbleb to show bis
Among his playmatea on the frtr.cn pool.
"Winter Is coming;" In tho attic room
Tbo wblte-faood seamstress quick herueodle
With anxloiiN looks she botes the gathering
And choking back a sob, Mho sadly slgbs,
"It Is so bard, this tolling on for bread
That I can scarcely eat wbeu It Is won.
Ah. me! I sometime think I shall he dead
Heforo tbe dreary Winter time is done."
'Winter Is coming" it tbo father's moan.
He turns ukiu the couch where he Is laid,
looks on his loved ones with a stilled groan,
Then swiftly turns again lo hide his head.
He baa lccn til, bo known that work U scant;
Tbo children they are many, food Is dear;
Ho can but pray, "May (;i keep us trotn
Ah, Winter Is a klng.of terrors here.
"Winter Is coming," and the shivering form
Upon the doorstep up yon dismal street
Gather tbo rags that shield it from tbo storm
About Its frot-nliM-d bandit and nuiiita-d
A city Arab, rude, untaught and wild;
A thief, perhaps, who lurk In haunts of
And yet ot tender years, a human child:
Ab! how ho dreads the wild, bleak Winter
"Winter Is mining," say the great an' small,
Hut, ob. with a difference In tbe tune:
Welcomed to cosy cottage, home and hall;
In poorer dwelling greeted witb a moan.
Oh. may the King who rides nui the wind
Temper tbe blast to those who dread It so;
May He upraise true b' nrts and bands so
To feed His little out a aniorgt the snow.
A BED VELVET CAP.
"I don't cure Unit!" Ami Maml ti;i
tied her yrvUy little, tinkers viciously.
"Auyboily would think, l.tvv Lester,
Hint you li.nl a riht to tlicinf ! lint j
will rid; with I'liil M;nh;ill if I want
"1 have a rihlto dictate," .;iid (Jivy
Lester, nii'Tily, Ids vvs .shining with
unwonted rilii:inry. "'You know I have
a rijjlit, Maud, for I liavu loved y'j
ever iiinco yoti were a little girl, i'liil
Marshall is an unjiritn'iilt'd Mjamp,
child, and you must not jjo with him."
"But I shall go with him!" returned
Maud, paucity, looking irrcsislihly net
ty ia her dcliauir. "He is nicer than
you arc, for he doesn't nail you when
you are absent."
"Ho, then!" said (ircy, bitterly, as ho
walked rajndly oil".
"Well. I never!"
Maud Lee, in her dainty red dress
and seal-skin jacket, stood, like some
bright star, against tho white snow that
covered tho earth; the cold air stirred
the brown curls that peeped from under
the red velvet can, and brightened tin
brown eyes, fairly overflowing with
To be sure, what (5 rev Lester had
said was true; he had loved her since
sho was a little child; but Maud was
Judge Lee's eldest daughter, and (iivy
only a twenty-oix-year-old lawyer of hut
three years' practice, under her father's
kind help. They could never be more
than friends, though Grey knew how
dear tho judge's child was to him; hut
Maud was a proud little, soul and look
ed higher than Grey Lster.
"Well, I never!" she repeated slowly.
"Tho snucv fellow! Tell mo not to ride
with Philip Marshall, indeed! Til have
to teach (ircy Lester his place. 1 never!
Well, if he. had only known it, I wasn't
going with l'hil, but I will go now, to
defy biiu! But then to-morrow is a
holiday, ami it will be horrid w ithout
Grey. ' I guess I'll just go with l'hil tie
night, and then semi 'i note to (irey in
the morning. That's the thing!"
Having decided, Maud tripped along
until hIio reached her own happv, luxuri
ous home, where her father and mother,
with little Harry and Kvti, waited tea
Maud had never looked prettier, and
home had never seemed so delightful to
her as on this evening. Her pretty face,
with Its saucy red lips and brown,
sparkling eyes, seemed hII alive with
fun nnd joytlusness.
Presently, all too noon, Philip Mar
ahall came." to claim the promised sleigh
rido, and n constraint fell upon the gay
Judge Lee was a foolishly indulgent
father, else ho had never trusted his fair
daughter with n man of whom he knew
as little us he did of Philip Marshall.
Three months before he had come to
tho little town, nnd, having excellent
letters of recommendation, obtained a
position of trust in the town's one little
savings-bank, mid hud remained there
over since, making havoc among all tho
Tillage maidens hut Maud, in whom he
was, greatly interested from the moment
ho saw her. This was the Hist time she
had over Accepted his titteul ions, though
ho hud repeatedly asked lief lo walk or
drive or row with him.
Ouco again Maud donned her dainty
red velvet cap and seal-skin jacket. Sho
never guessed what prompted hor to
kiss them all good-by, for she was not
f ivon to earessc.t, but she did this lime,
'hil tuekod her into the cutter, and
sprang in himself; tho bolls rang mer
rily out, tho little red enpnoddedbi'lght
ly in tho moonlight, nnd Maud Lee was
An hour passed. Hairy aud Eva had
gone to their mirnery, with delightful
anticipations of the pleasures that the
morrow wouUl bring forth. Mrs. Lee
wm nodding geutly over her knittiuc.
and tho judge bowing profoundly to Ins
newspaper, when there came three such
terrilio peals at the bell its had never
been heard in that Iioumi before.
The Judge sprang up, and reached
door-way just us a servant admitted
"Why, Grey, are you ill? What is
the matter?" asked the judge, in hur
"Is Maud here?" returnotl Grey, ex
citedly, striding into tint parlor, where
the gas-light showed him to bo white
and nervous, the unusual pallor making
his large, dark eyes seem like blazing
balls of lire, "Has she gone with Phil
Marshall?" ho asked, seeing only Mrs.
"Why, yes, they went for the season's
first sleigh-ride," replied tho judge.
"But what under the sun ails you,
"Only this," Letter replied, quite
calmly. "Marshall has robbed the bank
"Good Heaven! Maud!"
"Do not fear for her, Judge Lee! I
will save her from him, if it takes my
life. Uiil they go toward Terryville?"
"Yes, they took the direct road, (irey,
what shall wudo'.' Oh, Maud, my poor
little girl!" moaned Mrs. Lee.
"I w ill bring her back," the yotinp
fellow said again, decidedly. "You will
do w hat you can, will you not, Judge
Lee, while 1 am gone';'"
Without another word he left thciu.
and sprang in tin hnmLomc black horse
that lin had left outside, the Ib-etest
horse in the county.
"Ii i-i life or death," he muttered dog
gediv, he tnn k liic spurs into Whirl
Ye, life or death, for the -ake of the
hoi id old indire, who had helped him
along ,-.o kindly every since, ten u:irs
Ic loio. le was left a peinii!es orphan.
Kveii if he had no thought of M.iipI lier
scit, he in ii it save her tor her father's
What he had told them was all too
triii-: piiiiip Marshall l ad been con li-cat-ing
mii i i -mill for his private u-e for
some lime, ami at la-t he had taken
alm'-t all the niohey that the little bank
contained, and lied with Maud Lee, as
became painfully evident.
"Perhaps," Grey thought, as Whirl
wind da died along the now v road,
peii.ai: she iv iit from choice; who can
I eh!'" and l,e u-ed spurs so etigcfullv
Ibi'l Whirlwind was ttiite cpud to bis
ri i'.i p.r .(.me iimini iiis.
Oil, on, tin! silvery moon smiling up
on horse ami rider, they went, Grey's
heart tortured with the thought that
I hey would he too lale. On uN- oil,
would they ever loach Ten y villo, the
nearest station from which a train to
Boston could be reached'.' And if the
train were gone! Only one train that
night, (irey well knew, but could they
get tle re in time?
"Thank God!" he ejaculated, ami
Whirlwind uavc a loud winny of delight,
as they dashed in sight of the station.
In a few seconds Lester sprang from
the hone's hack ami hurried into the
warm, lighted passengi r-room. Two lig
urei were pushed husiilv through the door
that led to the train, liut our hero was
held back; the whistle blew, and the
train started on its way.
"Maud!" he groaned. Then a thought
struck him. Whirlwind had come but
live miles, and lie could go twenty-five
on atrot, ami as ('hurley, tbe next
station, w as twenty miles oft', by taking
the short route they might reach it be
fore the train.
Grey dahed out again, hut stopped a
second to pick up something that lay
upon the sidewalk, and made his heart
beat iuickly. Only a little red velvet
cap! He mounted, and win oil' again
lik" the w ind.
Over the short mute stretched a
treacherous old bridge, even worse than
the railroad bridge, half a mile up the
river, and that was a disgrait to the
company. The river was frightfully
swollen, but they must get across.
Whirlwind stepped cautiously on the
planks, and went but a little way, when
he suddenly reared and snorted ilciiani
ly. The bridge was broken, and only
black, anon waters lay before them.
"On, Whirlwind, on!" cried Lester.
We must cross!"
One moment the horse hesitated, then
jumped into the watcrand swam brave
ly through it.
Merciful Heaven! the bridge was crush
ed and fallen, and the train nearly due!
Only one thing could he done. He turn
ed the struggling horse's head toward
the shore they had just left, but lower
down, neaier the railroad bridge.
On came the train. But Whirlwind
and (irey stood on the track before it,
the latter waving a dear little red cap,
that saved its owner, and many others,
from a terrible death; for Ihe train stop-
ted when but n yard away front the
rave horse and his brave rider,
In the confussion that followed, Grey
managed to tind Maud, who, distressed
and hysterical, still looked lovely, with
an old gold silk kerchief tied over her
"Oh, (irey, lam so frightened!" sho
cried, when sho saw him. "I heard
Whirlwind whinny as Phil took me in
the station; I knew it was you, so I just
throw off my cap to you! Oh, Grey,
l'hil was stealing me!""
"I know, darling," he answered, ere
tho grateful people crowded around
him; Phil Marshall was gouo, where, no
one knew. The heroes, Grey Lester
and Whirlwind, were taken to the near
est house, where both received tho
A telegram was sent lo Judge Lee,
who arrived early next morning with his
wife, to find U'hirlwiud enjoying the
usual luxury of eating his oats by tho
fire in the kitcheu; while Grey, pale and
worn, but very happy, enjoyeit the equal
ly unusual luxury of Maud's entire at
tention. "Well, well, well! (irey, you are a
brick!" cried the judge", wiping his
eyes, after the entire story was told to
him. "You did save Maud!"
"No, it was her rod velvet cap,"
laughed Grey. "And Judge Lee, may
1 have that little cap nnd its wearer
"Is the cap willing?" askod tho judge,
"Yes I it is a very good cap,"
murmured Maud, blushing prettily.
"Well, then," cried tho father, with a
fond kiss, "I say threo cheers for tho
rod velvet cap!"
"God bless the red velvet cap!" said
Mrs. Lee, gently, but none the lens sin
cerely. "And its wearer," added Grey, as he
sottled tho cup tenderly upon Maud's
head, and led her off to tho judge's
OAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY u; 1883.
liAU Breath u rises from the stomach, and
can U utibily conucU'd it you take Sim
mons Liver Ilcgulator. It is peculiarly
adapted to the stniiiach, correcting acidity,
destroying loul gtisus und allaying Inflam
mation. Take, utter eating, a half-table-spoonful,
it HhsituiUtcs with the food and
ciiHUres perfect digestion, without which
that repulsive disorder, bail biutt'.h, muet
ensue. Ths ltegulatnr removes billinu!
ness, cures dy.-pepsia, constipation and
sick headache, is purely vegetable and
A number of experiments have been
made in this country to test the value
of different materials for doors thai may
Ixi exposetl to lire, from which it ap
pears that perhaps the best door yet de
vised is one made of wood and covered
Willi tin. The door is formed of solid
planks, or boards matched and fastened
together ami crossing at a right angle,
or at forty-live degrees. 'J here should
not be less than two thicknesses in any
door, and as many more should bo used
as the siz of tint opening to be closed
Suing a newspaper for libel is about
satisfactory as making faces at an
emy through a telephone.
Spkkr's Port Grape Wine tor weakly per
sons. This excellent product of the grape
is prescribed and used by the leading phy
sicians in the country, whi n a generous and
nourishing wine is riepiruble ; especially for
females, aged pcrsoua and consumptive;
and by churches for communion. Hun
dreds of New York physicians hive visited
Speer's Vineyards and wine cellars, but
twelve miles distant from N w York, nnd
prouounr.ed his wine pure and unexcelled.
For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
Motnei's ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
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depend upon it; there is no mistake
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It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, aud
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
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Sold every where. 2" cents a bottle.
Shiloh's Vitalize s what you need for Con
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nil svmptoiiis of D spepsia. Pi ice 10 and
75 cen's tier bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
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immediately relieved by Shiloh'u Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, agent. $)
nitPKifii k Arnica Salve
The 11. bt Salve 'u the world for Cut
Bruises, Sores, l lccis, Salt Rheum, l-Yver
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2a cents pir box. For sale by Gko. E
Disease, Propensity and Passion,
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most iniotig them sre Nervoum .-, Nerv
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successfully overcomes these troubles and
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W.M. H. Skelly writes from Laii;on, III.,
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Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Throat, NhfIIIiikh. Mpralns, ItrnUri,
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SoM bj 0raglt ami Dmilen vwv hrt. Ftrty Vrau lintiln.
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THE CII AliU-: A. VOUKl.F l CO.
(SuMutn to X. Vihiuj.h t CO.) HilllBora, Nil., r. . .
J lout, for fhanc to Increano
J lout I
thoir I'uin in(,'n, and lu time
lircnmu weaithv: thiinB who
do not Improvo thUr upper-
tiiniuea remain in poverty,
w odor a grout clmncu to mukti money. Vte waut
many inun, woman, boys and fflrla to work lor u
rl(ht In their own lorilitina Anyone can do the
work properly from tho flrut wart. The builut'M
will pay mere thin ten time ordinary wagoe. Ex
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Uliilw,ofTctnthoiintnintiHiif mnklnirnvtiler mnnthly
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GRAIN, PROVISIONS & STOCKS
hwh mmnhPTKot tho hem-fit nf tvmhlinil ruplm! of ttm
Cliih, WtoKiOiwromt. Jilvlilnilriil monthly. Mr
porta of oi lernt loinowiit nv-li iiieinlier, BhtirM tin ouch,
riilcenvib, tioiiiwoMiilife iranarernliU. A rrlinlilocer
nupmi'li'iit wanted Im-vcry tewn. Riwlal inlminititi.
Kxiiniiliry(;lrCTtlr'iit W. Aitdrcw II. K.KthDiu,
Co., Ill k U9 Ufttllu 6l.,CUlCA0, 111.
Chills ami Fever,
Hlmmuu l.lver Keuil
laior men tireuke the
ilillli and rurriita the
ft vu rout ol thuatntitm.
li curue wlivn all utber
re muil lea fall.
S.ck 1 1 cad at lie.
V r tho rnllMf wid euro
of thla (llrlrtiaiiuit die
ch' ' urn) Slinmoiia Llv
Tho lO Kiilaiof will iositW!y i:tiro thle tw.rlhlu
dla(im. W'u Ha:rl unphallrally hnt we know lo
should not bo r:i;ard:d ue a trilling alluient. Na
ture (lumnnda Hit iitinnH riyularity oftlic Inovula.
riientforu ajK'd i.auire ny lukinir titmtnoiix l.ivr
UcKillator. It la liiirmlera, mild and e lice I mi I.
One or two tuMi'M dimfula will rHi- a all the-
troiihlei lucldcnt to a liiliiiim atate, eucli aa Nanacu
lJinrlncaa, Itrnwainvaa, I tirrBi' alter fating, a hit
ter had tate In the niuti'h.
I'l THOtia liiuy avoid all attmka tiy o ruHli,ually
taking a tluac of Sin.neiiiM l.ivr l(ej;iil.itor to k--,)
tin.' liver in healthy action.
generally ariainir fnm a difirdered alouiarh, rat
hi! rorrectiKl hy tiiaiui; hiiiitnona I.ivcr Kuiiti i ut.jr .
tiimmoiia Liver Itivulul r puon crtiilltati't lhl
oti trotn the iatein, leaving the fkni rl'ar atid
(rec Iroin all I r) ti rl i ifH
f'hildreu HtirTerlni; with colic nmn i xi"rli ni r
Ih lwheli hnii'iKiiia I.ivcr liet'tilator ia admluictnr
id. Aiiulte aiHo d-rlvo meat hi ticilt from tin
niedlcini'. U t''l Uliplcacant ; 11 ia lmrin..
and clleclivo. I'uifiy vejji tania.
H L A 1 ) ) K l cSc K I D N H
Moat of tin! dlKeaKef ot tliu bladder oriL'Ina'H iron
thntH! of the kldtifyi. Keatoro the artioti of tie
livur lull and liolh tin kldneya and tiiiifiil- r il
Jflr-Takn onlv Hie niiiin1, which alwnj r In a oi.
in1 wrapper ihe red Z trad mark and eijinaoi' ol
J . 1 1. Z K I J. J N tz. C( ).,
Forcalehy Bll druiiiala.
Aii Only Daughter Cured of
When death wa hourly fXierte4. aU remedln
bavinE faiiud, and J)r. II ., tallica wna rxperluiriii
iDg wiih ti.e mauy hvrhs ol Cainitia. he aecicVnt
ally made a nrcnarat on w hlrh r.iirod h'e en' y chl'd
if (Jonauuiption. Ilia chlid ia tin w in lh count r"
and cniovlDL' the h at of health Hi: haa moved t
Ihe uoild that Couaimiptioii ran t.c positively and
pcrnianet.tly cnr:d. The duct' r uow nlvca Ina
Itecipe free, onlv anUinir two tlirat ci'ut aiampa lo
pay cxpcuacB. 1'bia herb n!ao enrea nth! eweata.
nanai'a at Ihe atomacli, and T! brctk up a ttif-b
col 1 iu twnnty-tour honrr. Addrera C'raddo-k
Co., lO.'J Kacc a ri't, rtillaib 'phlu. namleii ihM
Staa y-v A ei k madi' nt li ni" hy in tudii
' l;rio!i. Idvt nuaiiiH-i" ii.iw le-r r"tho
; ub:l:. C'npltiil net needed. We
I ZJtli atari you Men. women, hoy.i
aud itirla wanted evrrywhere to work
lor its. Now ia tin time. Yuti can
work In epr'e time, or r;ivo vour whole tlniw to the
btia neaa. No oilier iHi-ineea will pay yen M arly
aa well No oi.eran fail to iiiiiku eiierinona pay,
by ctiKaseltiat once, t'oaily mil til nnd (rue' I'roo
Monev mailt fast. cukIIv, and lioiioiulily. Addrea
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rOKT (iI!APE WINE
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FOUR YKAUS (M).
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culm! proporlidM are unaiirpaaaed hv anv oilier
Native Win,). Ibdui,' heptirejulcflof ti e drupe,
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Tb vounctt child in.t purlule of Ita p neroiia
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t,iK( It tj purllciilnrlybeiicllrUI to (ha ed and
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ffis to V: ' ovw' r,!"p,,,t A
Sneer's JL Sherry.
The!'. .I.SHIiimv ta wluo of Superior Char
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from wh rh It la made For rnrltv, KIchnM, Kit
vot and Modiclnal Pn.pcrtiei, It will be lunnd tin
Sneer's I J. Brandy.
Thle IlKANUY alandatttirlvaiod lutbla Conotrt
holuirfar anpnrlor for niedlctnal purpoaea. Ilia it
piiredlatUUtlon iron the irmpn. aun eon't'tn val
uahle medicinal propenlua. II baa a dollcato tw
vor, allll'lurto thatoflhe tnuina. fruin which It la
dlatllled, and ta In irront. fay.ir muiiif llrst-claaa
fainlllva. Sue that the 'alniture of ALFHKI)
HPKKH, t'ailc, K. J., laoverlho cork or enr.ti
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617 St. Charlns Stroet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A vKiilfr (Jni.)uan of twn mrdlral
pilli'i:. tins lioen luiiiif-r i'iiirail In the treat
inviil of C'lii'onlc, Nervou, I It I n an, I
yioo. I lHiirfii,-a than anv olhr phvalrlan In
ol. Ixiula, aa rltv papera bw and all old rtil
rtriiu know. ( 'niilitinifi oitn e or tsf mall,
frewand Invited. A friendly m'.knr hia opinion
posts tiolhlnif. When It la inconvriilent to visit
the elty .or treatment, liieilli'lmi can lieaeut
by mall or expri'HS evirvberi. ('urahle case.
Ktiarante.'d ; whi're doubt exbH U is frankly
euti'il. ( ail or Write.
ycrroqs Proatration, Debility, Mr-nUl and
Physical Wcaknoaa, Mercurial and other
affnetions of Throat, Skin and P.onea, Blood
Impuritiea aad Blood Poitoninir, Skin ArTee
tion, 01d Soreg and Ulot rs, Imped' menu tg
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worlnd brain.
SURGICAL CASES roccivo spacial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudpnces, Excesses '
Indulgences or Expoaures.
It Is aelf-e l.lenf line u ,lirli l.ni paylnK
particular al I en 1 1 . in to a cl ni'ra-i- attains
(treat klll, and physicians In revulur practlec
all over the roiintry kiiou; this, tVwU"iitly
reroininPiid ras..ati the olile.t i.tlli- In Alnrlra
where every known iipplluiii' Is i'ort'd to.
and the peoveil fon.l r. nieflien of ali
h if and ci'iintrles are ui l. A whole boii, 1
u-d forottu-e pureoses, and all are treated lib
skill In a rsTiriil iiinni,. i : and, knowing
bat to d". no expert toeets , -it. iuh'Im, (inar
count of the Brent ihiihUt ai pli Ins. '.lit
rhariiea arc lo et low. oft. ii !,ei- ih.in Is
rtiauanded hv nIi,-r If mi i,"iir tbe akl'l
fuol iri't a iw',y anl pel h 't lite , lire, that is
thn iu nrtn.nl matter. 1 jinphlel. i"H's.
nl to any addlvss l"ree.
lint ! 260.
Klcirant rleth and
fill- In to.t ue it
'erfnl p''" pl' tnri ,
tiv t I'p'rer sire t
llllhood. Weuinl I"
loiilrt niar.-v. It'"1
Mirre;e.el, 1 !,n-.r
l'ii'i inv aloiuiii I.
ny all adult on
ki". ro.iriiv rdll Hi
s-i r nnd J" . s
jilt hlndli j; fon'f.l fr.rM
riirri'le er ilnv won
trnu lo life, nrlicle.on the
v ho nut tnavrv, v In not;
i niarev. Win) niavr flrt.
!. f'liv l''i'i 'l' .1 Who
life I'l l ha, lill.et- n.'iv jn
ii:;i, i e ! hi i niiic'iii latlni;
nil 1 1, it unulit oe met
1 .1 e knit ni.r li-ek and
in. si i - nU.. e. I nl pflf r
, ci .lis t,, i,,a.i, iu inniiey
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GfLVANIC SHIELD
Acd our many ulnar f.lnctro-Ga'ranlf ami Maotlo
Ap,'.llnnm und (.irn:r'.l. ue Invnluahle. sail a sura
oura ror .-sarvous iJeniiity enralysls. f.pllf i'r, Kbeumav
tlam, Ovenrnrkud bruin, Eiliaustloo or Loss of Vital
tMirtir, WhiIs ilsok, Kidney IUsoaia, I.un, Ll?r and
blorusrb CompLilnta, and arc nila(td to EITHCH
BEX. T!n oppl'.sncssi ar. the ery larpat Imprond
and antirelr dif'i.'Mut from llts and all othara, aa th
poshlvnly tener.up rontlnuuus cun-snn without aolda,
rauslna uo anrn n. r Irritiitlon of th. skin can be
worn i l or m e r"l, aud ara only oolioaable to
tha wynrer The poitur Is rt:ulaiet so aa to imt tba
rilltnrai.i si,fc.,s of aH dlnonses lira Tlactrlo and
Manuuc trsBiinor.i Isnf hunrtlt Tlinan for
CureImi'j.s ... :.;,iinai Weakness, Lost Mjjfooo, to
Tbcy Core when all rlaa fula. (tur Itiaatrated
Pampnlet snn In Hi,le,l ,.nrf.lii,n n recalpt ot ecaate
uoatfitftt, or sr unity nnipeH.t, 1. , ..
lioward Llectra-Maisnelir. 1p,,is.I iri air liy mall.
AMERICAN CALVAMO CO.,
312 N. Cth St.. St. Loula, Mo,
TMi: IIAI I.IDAV.
isvut .'".en-s-'T ii .j
A N!"" l i l t ouipieto II del. fronl.ii .; mi I..
Sermid and HiiiIioihI Slrei Is.
Th l'ilMe.lle;er T 'iot. ol I he t'hlf ai;o, St . I.oulo
an'' .lew (irlcana: Illinola funtral; Wabash, HI.
I.ouis und I '(icitlc ; lion Mountain and Stun hern,
Mobile aud Ohio; t'airo aed Si. l,mn Kaiiwaye
are all Juat iirroaa Ihu etfui i: while tliu Mvaintem.'
l.uiulii.tf ia lint one aiiiare dialant,
Tine Hotel la hi ated by ateam, baa in,
T.ttiltidr). Ilvdninllc Klevator, Kim trlr (' ill llelb'
Aulomailc KlneAIarma, llntha, itliaolnlely pine air
perlert aeweraire and tinii)lute apnnliiinieuia.
hitnerh I'm i.iil.hi t'" i perfect aeri'lcc; and an ur
ri red talile.
li. l I'AUKKll Ac fi)..!,.!..-
NtMlilitM l n' wisrltl igiutt i"Ufr thn "
enrvvi .Hoiylnli, riinptMi, H 'lit, 1'irT, M 'KntH,
Bilfft KV. MtTCtltUl iMftf.tl.. t' 'Till of
-Ai "tl', I'pma'f Coti))Uht' an I at, BinMtl
JU'.'l. It nr-tr Uili All ml I
va Prrtr", I'tHnhumli, mi nvrvt hott I.
llnslrlnii P'f't flnaa
J'aylli,' MtorKa vr Itonda yleldltii,'
I'ti.N PKK L'KNT. I'vr annum, aud over.
may obtain full p'trtirulara. with aiitlafai'torT refer
ences and tna'.lraniilale. by nddreaaliw II. 111. AIM
DtLL, iVIn'l Ait't, 4i Oonirua !t., Boaton, Mn.ss.
Monlloii this papur.
imji'.Miijfi, ir n tioMlt.lve rueftiral) Dlaehnrtras.
Bt.riKlni. 8nirtiii,, na Pamna ,n,auoni SttSi
fcl OO1,crh0nl"' 'oriilb!raildriia
! ..I ,Ji KUta, or eiit by Kai.isss on r-
Sii tof ot ico, John b. fahk winh.
Anmt 177 AyennioiwBt. CINCINNATI
110, l'lenae monUon Ibutveper.
ASON & HAMLlJJ
ADp A TC!" Plainly beat, having been
vllVJr.llO?'! d"f,',1 t evi-ry Ureal
, , world's Indnatrtal Compi titlou
for Mxloen Years; no other American ork-an bar
oa?.huI1ro.U,'1 e("'t nr. Alao cheapen. Style
'W,4 oclavea; .ufllok-nt compass and power
wltb best qiiiilty, for popular aaaed u.l secular
music In acbuulsor Iniiilliua. kt only 32. fue
Miu.iiren niner arviea at s:)0, 1.17, Jim ? gsu S
H'K 8111, to .oo, and no. Th.Ti.VS:r.T:?:.V.:
iioiiv uririra eo rimi)i.iii, nm.... c ...
i . . " . T . ! f ' im .nl
easy paviuenla. New Illiiatrated Cstalona frn.
he. HA SOS ,t HAMLIN (win and funo Co.
ChlVajju " ' " '"ii ATcnue,
U nil It hfl lIHll- I Nun Vnr i Ills U'.U ..k -
YOUNG 31 EN '"L'lLelegra-
rertain of a aituatton, aildreaa Valentine BrothoM,
uaueeviue, " Is,
Newspapaer Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce at N.Y.
UU Those deslrlna to make money
on email anil medium iuvesJuients
Pa) ft. ,D Wtin, provlatouB ami stock
W 1 1 Pwnlutlona. can do so bjr operat
yftm9 in. on our plan. Krotn Way 1st,
W H E AT innuta ot 10 to tl.taio, oash profits
bave been realized end paid to In-
CCA viators amountlnit to soveral times
aStlll the oriHinal luvntment. Profits
VU paid flrstof every montb, still lea v
Ing the orlul ial Investment uiak
!ITfirVv! U' 'I'oney or payable on demand.
l.xuliinutorv mreulars and atete
gHx . tnenta of funl W sent fre. Wa
VllBll wantroeponlble aueuts, who will
IJ I U U "'I'ort on crops and Introduce tha
w pluu. Liberal commissions paid.
FLEMMIXG & MRRIAM,ton,&.n,.
Major Block, Chicago, lib
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS fjtte
Blood, and will rnmpletoli' change tha blood In tba an
lire aistnni In t b raa months. A ny pervoo who will taka
I pillsseh niaht from 1 to ISwwilismay be rasinrid
to aonnd h aalth, If such a thin b possihle. Sold a
onrwhsra, orssnt by nuil for ft Irtter stampa. I. 8.
Johnson A Co., Boston, Mat., formerly Uniigor, M
II irs iiulvu r-moilj Cr theatwra dlsssu; by tui
ss thnussuds or esses of tha worst kind and of long
loiiullnir hsve beun cured. IqiIi1, so strong li mv (alia
m Its elll.'St y, that I will eml TWO BOTTl.t-S KliSK tu
Tether with a VAIA'Alll.B THHA1ISK on ihls dlssass.to
UiJ suaerer. (ilvo Exiiresa anil p. O. odilruin,
Utt. T. A. HLUCl'M, 181 IWlSt.,K.w Tor.
While Svri t'iiin with a Fallen True a Lumberman
(''reives Consetiuuntial Uamiuoe.
Wlilleoua bunting excnraioii lu tbe great coal
and voo'.l region near t'arboiitlii'.c I'a., the writer
met 1 Ha n Coll, a lumberman. Accustomed to
life and lu' or In tV forrest froineur'y munhood, he
n a triii.' Kilght of tbo Ase. Many a true had
fallen before li Is rin..lng airokcs. and fl-ete of rsfts
hid horui! au .y to iiiHr .it thesawed pro'tiKls.
Coll la a chtirarter, nuil if O.ear iVItde 1a rlht in
av'i.2 flint all movement" In unhindered labor are
grarcful, our friend William, stripped for his work,
and uttaublht; a tree aa liiihard I, aasa'jlted tbe
heavy door-of Ftnut do Itieufa Castle must have
p'cst'Mi i! an .nl i :r.hlt- tlcture
Oned.y bow evi r -hut let htin tell tiie s'orjr
himself, sah uU t lo nie:
"I was cut in ihe weeds you knoe, trying to
s'art bit g down a 1, '1. 1 Icrkliii.' I touid et a
better puri'lin-'e on It frnre. lie loner fide, I tackled
It there null my h . r ring lumk and ibrer ray
wi: ght on tin' I ver Miu sinrt. d "be did, bnt as
luck wott'c! hen.' ,i, biliire I could g t out of tba
way, sno rolled r iff' t ver nv. II It hiidu't been
for a lot of small limbs nrd hm'b lying In the road
whli h lirti d her tip. she'd a crushed me fiat. Aa It
was I got tin without a broken bene, but wltb some
mighty bad bruises "
"Then j nu were all rlh ," said bis auditor.
"Not bya blatr ca sight, etraniicr. Ito k cold
rheumatism set In, and. If I hadn't heard of nEN
SON'S CAI'iTNK I'OltJl'S I'l.ASTKKS and
uaud 'em, It's tny opinion I should never bay
made another cb pfly. But the Caprine took hold
quit k, and I'm about aa good aa new. But there's
ouo thing you Kin calkllute on: -I shall never
wraailo with another log unleet I have the advan
luge of tin ground F ir, ua I tuld vou brfore, if It
hadn't been for Ihnru brushes I'd been amashed so
yon could a sold me fnra dnor mat."
'IheCnpcine is the thing for rheumatism. It
doesn't kcip yon waiting Tbe word dATClNK
la ctt In the center of Ihe geuu'.ue. Price Wcents.
heabitry ,t Johnson, ( benilals, New Vi rk.
KARMKK'.S NOSR AVU DAIGHTEIIS
Or any Active Man oi Woman
CAN MA K Kiui monti?
In Cash, working f t thn American KBrmer.
Addresa l A. K. llACKM'T, ft Wayne, fnd.
lor all I'nlon HoMien lainnripr
disabled In line ol il uty I 1 L n Lfl O t
if reii"lon. Laws I n n T I tl C t l'HV and
nnre Mlerl. HnntHnQHounty to
' niiiii soldiers reported mi rollj as tlesertot s
llCPUADPCC lKOCOUi:i. Apply
Cy UIOUIIHI1ULO at onco. Send two,
cent (tamps to 3TOPPART A. CO..
413 U (rtreet X. ., AVaakliigtoo. P. 0.
EARLY MINNESOTA SWEET CORN
Fsluciled snd practical amwera nnwnaaent to our
moiui Tlrnt I be liirthcr Nortli , "'d. nti
ifLI?. '.!!,': ri'!T ', 'V.,r Winn Mill b".
j mi. .ii nMuiuiirti I'oraus'a.
true Uinaiiirrown on dry upland -. Neot. i, p,f ,J
r.o..... . ...I. j.ir mii hub in nuuniiird I'olatis'S,
Nurtli Htar Yellow Deut Corn atlll biUw tfio lead. and
Wtem heat ; White Kuwiian Oats Ktoiniaw Cab.
. i.niiim iu Biry. oi nuionsneii, tomawwi,
rarroU, xsss, fsc, fco., a full llue ami lnra-ecroi). all
las'jirrowthou our nu n fsrina. Wil.i ki,. ..nM,,..v
rnnda always nn band for Brlng or Fall aowitur.
till Annual ratahwiw. fr. 1 Sf. .lli;TI'AI,P.
i-ruwer, Iniporteril Jobber. M. 'uuliAIhta,
MQ A Isullna Tiondon Pay
21 Irlna (tblibea aa ,
V CNlleala NewVorli i
lap She Cur mt 1
M EPILEPTIC FITS.
ipt. ADS p,i.swmp iimh. in iniiiiiii, vnu vurv i-r
(tally r trllenVi has wlthonl deubl treated and tatsa
mnreeaaKS than any iithsr llvlnf phslclsn. Bn sntrsiia
haastmiiy Ima asinnlslitnai lisva hsurd of tssssof
ear so ysars' tamling swssrnlif eornl by him. na
Itaa pnhlishsd a wk on this dnwasa, walch k asnda
with alsjssboiilaor hla wnnilsrful cura frwa to any asf
IWar who may asiid thalr sspsass aed P. O. ASdraaa w
. i&. aa. Jiisiivilie. HsWaswTs,
II lil I'll!