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CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27. 1383
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' WOMAN. &
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A Hare Cure for all I i:.IALF. WEAK.
NKtWEH, Including- I.eucorrhim, Ir
resular and Painful MenstrualldDi
luflammatloD and lleerailonof
the Womb, Flooding, PKO.
LAVHVH I'TEUI, &c.
rmnmutt to tlit U4, efflVaeioua and IrameUM
In lut fleet It la a great help In pretrnaurv, and re
save pain during labor and at r,-tilaj perluda.
THlHirUKI I HI IT riUW BIME IT mr.LI.
tir Pol UA Wlinrcnn of the generative organs
Of eltlier mi, It 1 accona to no lenwly thatabaa erei
bean brfure the public i and f'T all dntuaaea of the
Kuotrrt It It tha GrnUM iitmtdj (a n nVrld,
tCKIDN'EY fOMPLAINTMof Either Se
I'lnd Ureal Belief In Its Uae.
LTDIA K. PISKTIAYTlt BMD PlRITtKH
will radical eer tmhca of Huinora ftuiu li,
Rlood.al lb aaiw. time will if1 ton.! awl -trrnirlh to
Uia7tliu. ajiiuartalluaila reaulu at Iba UmjiMUbd.
fa-Bulb the Compound and Blind Purifltr ara pre
pared at tB aad tU Wot. ni Atnae, Lynn, Data,
Frtoeof althw, 1. Bli botll.tf.r T Coirpuuol
b tent by mail In the form of p'J la, or of on
reoetpt of price, tl par Vi for rlthvr. Kn, ili.khaoi
freely aniwcra all letters of Inquiry. Knelt t oent
ttamp. Bend for pauipulet. XnttUm (An J'nptr,
rI.TTti E. Prrnii' l.rrim Vnja rnra Ci.ntt't--Hun.
BtlUuvMM and Torpidity of Mo Ll'cr. aV cn:.
roii by all Drof jlta.- (.,
It pon.iiofcvl of Urrbiland Mieilairioone pi.).
i-.,v. utc.i permeate the altmi of the
I,uit(;t, cxpei loretee the. airlJ matter
lliatouectal a the I'.tuiKliial J t: !, nnd f.inut a
aoothiug toaiiufc, i.Kn rtlieTee the lr
rUatluu thi.t en.-., tl. mo(r!i. It rlrantta
the lnntt of all impiirltUa, streugtliena
Ibeinwliru eafeebictl by diteate, inrij-or-r.'u
v.'ie circulation of U.a b.uou, and LiRi-atl.i,
t.i-r ric.it aytii to. Mltfbt colrta oflrn end li
oiituiuiition. ItletLangerouelo nlrt
thrin. Apply the remedy promptly. A
t-jitcl wen i jr )'tir wurranta the amon thut
uorrmetljr t.aterrr bren fontirl that list
A tingle tlote ralaea the hlrcn, ,uitui
lull iuim.tihn.nrid I't tite epeeiilr crr tl;e tn't
otittiuaie eouh. A jileatant cordial, chil
dren take It rratlilr. tr (roup U U
lovaluuhle I imii! 1 be in ernnr faiuily.
In grtr. and 1 Itottlrt.
ACT PIRECTLY ON THE HVEr?.
(urea thllla and ievrr, 1 tir pnlu,
kick llradarhe, Hilloua t ulle,! onttlin
tluu, IthcumktUm, l llra, 1'alpllatlounf
tha Heart, Itlzxtneaa, Torild J.ler, and
r'eiuale IrrrtroiarUlet. Jf you do not "fi 1
Try irall," a mi -la fill a'iiDtiiaiet ti.eatuiaucn,
toet.)rct!ie nirs:e7apirt iiror to tl.eirtU'Ui.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS:
l'a. '1 ltt: Vrar A.ri ioi ton yau 1 hi'
l".n a martyr to I); repia, ('cnl:rtiin and
I lira. Latttprinu jour ilia were r.-iniUier.de-l
to Die; 1 tiaadtbvm (Imtw ith lit:le faith). am
cow a tri'll nii,l.ve pl apjictiic, cifta'-i' ii
r rfar-t, rn-ulnr t'i. ' g'Ji and 1
Kinl forty fioun'..jidl.Citu Jhy arawnta
tiiuir wipr. tin (rom
1IEV. It. I..HMraON,Unijrilla. K.
Offlre, S.I VnrrnrM., IVet York,
lJt. TI TT'S MAM AI. of I aeful
ltacclpta I'UIJU uu application.
The I3a 1 aud Worth Its
arc never iuiiuted and cuuntuifeituJ. I liis
is especially truoof family medicitic, and
it in punitive prnot that the remedy imita
te! in uf the highest value. A hoou it
had lj:en tested and proved by the whulu
world tliat Hop Bitters was the purest, best
and most vnlunble family medicine on
earth, uiaDy iniitRtioiis ftiruni; up ami be
gan to steal the notice in which the press
and poople ol the country Imd exprtam-d
the merits of J I. B., and in every way tryln
to induct; f, Turin'' invalids to uhc their
stulf instc .!, i-xpcctiuir to make money on
thccrcil.. and L'Md name of H. li. Many
other Parted U'lstrum put up in similar
style u U. B., with variously devised n.iuics
in which the worn "Hop or Hops were
used in a wny to induce people to Ix-liove
they were the same as Hop Bitter. All
audi preton led remodie or runs, no mat
ter what their tlo or tmino is. and es-
neciiiilv those with the word Hop' or
"Hops" in their name or in any wny con
nected with ihcmor their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Beware of th'-ni
Touch none of them. Use nothing but tren
ultie Hop liittniB, with a bunch or cluntr
ot green Hops on the white label. Trust
nothini; else. Druggists and deulriH arc
warned Hgiinst dealing in imitations or
HAS BEEN PROVED
Timilimi basic or dlaorderad Urine Indl-
Wta that. vnu area Tiotlmr THEN CO MOT
lIE8ITATEi uaa Kidney. Wort at onoe, (drug
(ttaUraoonimondit)andlt wilUpaedUy over
ooraa the diaeaae and restore hoaltliy aoUoo.
I nrllaa roreompiainta peoauar
LdUICDi ta vour ax. auoh aa vain
land weaknoaaot, Klclney-Wort la unjurpataeai
ilaa it will ant riromntlT and aafelv.
!Elther8x. IuoonUnenoa, retention efurina,
palm, all speodlly yield to lta ouratlve power.
U BOLD BY ALL DBUOOIBTfl. Prtoetl.
VOUlt CAPITA li.
ThrwB tlnalrlnff to lonlta nionr
nntmnll aiidiupillnin tnvitiiienta
In Brain, movUIiiiin and rUh k
liiKiui our I'liui. Froui AIuv I at,
lMHl . tntlie lirchPlltrlnliv nnlnvn.l.,
WHEAT nifliitsot 10 to l.oiio, cimh proflta
vimtoraiiMoiHitlnii toaovoral time
the orlKlnal.lnvtstmnnt. VrofllMi
paid flratof dvtiry mniitl), "till loav.
tna tint orltihinl Inveattncnt mule
tnunioimv or imvnliln on (Iciimml.
Ktrtlanatorv qlrculara and atnto.
nuMita m iiintj W aciit free. We
want rxupotialble nKunta, who will
I'uiiort on toih and Introduce the
pluu, Liberal oomtuiailoua pal(t
ci CMKiun t. iieneiaii eta
I at.mininu W MbnniMMa Merubaata.
, Major Dlock, Chicago, I a
TIIK CAIRO nDLLKTIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
'1 rin ol Uunnart ption.
ran or roaTaiii;
Oalh one jr. ar hy carrier. )1J 01
(2 percent, diacountll paid In advance.)
Ual ,ou yetr uy tukii MM 10 0C
'laily.ono moutr. 00
Wfiukly, one yar. 8 Ul
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ttrCluhn ol 6vuor mortifor Weekly Ilullutlo at
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INVAItlalll.T IK iUVAHnll,
All ('ommnntcationa ationld he addrnatrd to
K. A. Bi: KN KIT,
Pilhllihur and Pro'ir'etof .
How Jonos Pii-covered liis Cbrinttnai
I'uiice. likM n wliiti'-winHd dovn, has
latoly broodd over the Joiirvt family;
but out) day hist week the demon of dis
cord eiitei'id most unexpectedly. Jones
was getting r:nlv to go down towu in
the morning. Mid in looking for a hand
kerchief in the- fumilv bureau found a
drawer that restated him in fact it wan
locked, a niot unheard-of thing in that
family. At liist it only made Jones
mad, because the resistance threw him
aerosa the room, nnd bounced him up
against a chiffonier on the other side,
but when he regained consciousness be.
called Maria nri I nskl her with white,
calm lips, where the key w hs. She said
it was in -r pocket. He demanded it.
She refused to grjve it to him: and then
ensued one of those most painful domes
tic -i'ences which arc so much inure
litrrowing than words or blows. Jones
went out and came in Jor three days,
and sulked dluring the wholf time, for
an awful suspicion had taken poeson
of him. He remembered thai Mai'ia
had been disfraupht ami niv-tcrious
Wittily, with a gla-sy look in her eif.
lie recalled tin; fact that scleral times
the door bell had run? in the evening
and siie had evaded bis inquiry as to
who was there. Jl ktie.v the evil ten
dency of the age and shuddered at the
idea that Maria bail nut u handsomer
man than be. (ireen-eyed jealousy took
possession .( his soul and uteand ate in
to his heart like a canker!
Hut all things come to an end. One
night Mrs. Jones went out. and as she
tripped pa-t the parlor door she looked
in and said; "Jeiitha. if you hear the
baby gurgle I wisn you'd look at him."
That was his opportunity now or
never. He crept softly upstairs and en
tered the peaceful room where, their
child was Sleeping and turned the ga
down to the merest glininw: then he
stealthily produced a key and fitted it
into the lock of that drawer and pulled
it silently open, and there lay before
him the picture of that other man ?
Oh, tio! but a pair of slippers embroid
ered in red. green and yellow with a
terra cotta "J. J." in a wreath of eglan
tine on each toe and a "Merry Chriot
maa" card tacked to tho pair. Poor
Joucs! this was even worse than ho ex
pected. It is enough to break up any
man to thrust a pair of embroidered
slippers upon him, and as be stood and
looked and shivered aud realized that
the things were four iuches too short
ami had soft heels, he saw a paper
sticking up curiously on one side. It
was addressed in a man's handwriting
to Mr. Jones. Ha! ha! this, then, was
It was; il w&a the bill from the man
who sold the shoes, and it included one
for the velvet and another for tho em
broidery, and Jones was trying to foot
the matter up to his satisfaction when a
tremendous blow fell on his head and a
fearful howl rent the air us Bridget
'Ow, ye raizzable, thicven, ruaraudin'
blaggard, I'll taehe je to stale into
decent people's houses oh. howly
Moses! it's tho master himself, bad 'cess
to him. How was I to tell hiru from
enny other thafc?"
Jones patched up a peace with Bridg
et, who promised not to say "divil a
wurrd" to Mrs. J., but oh, with what a
weary heart did the unhappy man
wait 'for the coming of Christmas!
Women a Bank Officers.
Miss Jennie Jacksou. daughter of
Collector of Internal Revenue Jackson,
of the Twenty-third district of Penn
sylvania, is assistant cashier of the
Apollo Savings bunk, of Apollo, Pa.
She is one of the very few ladies of this
country who have found such employ
ment, and the lirst, it is believed, to be
honored with an official title. A lady,
daughter of the president, formerly of
ficiated behind the counter of an Al
toona national bank, but married
the cashier and retired. In the People's
Savings bank,' at Newcastle, Pa., a
comely damsel can be seen at any time
during business hours, with pen behiud
vtr, dishing out lucre or making entries
in the books. A lady used to be em
ployed in a bank at Foxburg, but
whether there uow the writer is not in
formed. Haunibal Hamlin Talks to a Spaniard,
The day after my arrival at Vittoria
I went to a shoemaker's to get some re
pairs doue to my boots. There was no
body in the shop; the master was on tho
opposite side tit the street smoking his
cigarette. Hi shoulders were covered
w ith a mantle full of holes, and he look
ed like a beggar, but a Spanish beggar,
appearing rather proud than ashamed
of his noverty. lie came over I o see
i up. and I explained my business. "Wait
a moment," paid he, "nnd immediatclv
called his wife, "llnw much money is
there in tho purse'.'" "Twelve picettas"
(fourteen francs, forty centimes).
"Then I shan't work." "Hut," said I,
"twelve piecitas will not last forever."
"Who has seen to-moriowP'' said he,
turning bis back on me.
What Doctors do,
A St. Louis observer has discovered
thai the cause of a man's death, as re
ported by his physician, will indicate
the liiiancial standing of the man when
living. When a poor man dies Ion ac
count of having drank too much whisky
tho physician registers it as "drunken
ness," or "alcoholism;" but if the de
ceased was a rich man, the physioian
put it as "nervous prostration,"
" pneumonitis, " general debility,"
"mania a temulentia'-r'mcthyBia," or
'ivrogiieric," If he is only moderately
wealthy, a man Is likely to got "deliri
um tremens," or "mania a potu." The.
mural is that it is butter for a man to
Indulgent purents who allow their chil
dren lo eat heartily of high-seasoned food
rich pies, cake, fcc will bavo to use Hop
Bitters to prevent indigestion, sleepless
nights, sickut si, pain, and, purbapp, death.
No family is safe without them in the
Bow to Develop a Boy's Brains.
An incident in the school-life of a
teacher, as related by herself, illustrates
our point. She had charge of a school
in a country town early in her career,
and among her scholars was a boy
about 14 years old, who cared very little
about study, nnd showed no interost,
apparently, in anything connected with
the school. Day after day he failed in
his lessons, and detentions after school
hours and notes to bis widowed mother
had no effect One day the teacher had
sent him to his so at, after a vain effort
to get from him a correct answer to
questions in grammar, and, feeling
somewhat iiettlod, sho watched his con
duct Having taken his seat, be push
ed the book impatiently aside and espy
ing a fly, caught it with a dexterous
sweep "of the hand, and then betook
himself to a close inspection of the in
sect For iifteen minutes or more the
boy was thus occupied, heedless of sur
roundings, and the expression of his
face told the teacher that it was more
than idle curiosity that possessed his
mind. A thought struck her, which she
put into practice at the first opportunity
thut day. "Boys," said she, "what can
you tell inn about flies?'' and calling
several of the brightest by name, she
asked them if they could tell her some
thing of ally's constitution ami habits.
They had very little to say about the in
sect. They often caught one, but only
for sport, aud did not think it worth
while to study so common an insect
Finally she asked the duDce, who had
silently, but with kindling eves, listened
to what his schoolmates hesitatingly
said. He burst out with a description of
the head, eyes, wings and feet of the lit
tle creature so full and enthusiastic that
the teacher was astonished and the
whole school struck with wonder. He
told bow it walked and how it ate, and
many things which were entirely new
to bis teacher. So that w hen he had
finished she said: "Thank you! You
have given us a real lecture in natural
history andyou have learned it nil your
self." After t lie school closed that afternoon
she had a loug talk with the boy, and
found that he waN fond of going intotbe
woods and meadows and collecting in
sects and watching birds, but that his
mother thought he was wasting his
time. The teacher, however, wisely en
couraged him in this pursuit, and asked
htm to bring beetles and butterflies and
caterpillars to school, and tell what he
know about them. The boy was de
lighted by this unexpected turn of af
fairs and iu a few days the listless dunce
was the marked boy of that school.
Books on natural history were procured
for him, and a world of wonders opened
to his appreciative eyes. He read and
studied and examined; ho soon under
stood the necessity of knowing sonio
thingof mathematics, geography and
grammar for the successful carrying on
of his favorite study, and he made rapid
'progress iu his classes. In short, twen
ty years later he was eminent as a na
turalist, and owed his success, as he
never hesitated to acknowledge, to that
discerning teacher. Phrenological Jour
nal. Sayings of the Little Ones.
Eva, noticing flock of noisy, chat
tering blackbird", paid, "Mamma, I
guti they're, hitting . iring Vi'.f.'"
Johnnie wa sent to lm n for a
quarter of it pound ot i't ii tre. He
astonished the s:.n:kfep;r hy a.-king
for a quarter of a im u - i " i -pet tt.
Roy's grandpa to 1 ra:i';i ( aL'eti five)
"Frankie, Roy 's grandpa :;sa little
boy like you once."' Hankie "My
grandpa wasn't never a iinie boy, I
know. Coz I was to hi-hoii-e a great
while ago and he wasn't ih it
A certain little three-year-old likes
very much to go to church, and especi
ally enjoys the singing. One day, the
choir sang, "Rock of ages, cleft for me,"
and after sho got home, the litllo ono
was heard singing, very seriously,
"Rock the babies, kept for nie."
Annie was six years old, and was go
ing to school with a sister of nine. One
afternoon, when school was near its
close, her uncle caino by and proposed
to carrv them home. The elder girl was
at tho head of her class, and would not
leave, but Annie said, "Ail right, Uuclo
Buck! I'll go. I am (', nnd ain't get
ting foot 'r.
.He Was Not Afraid of a Eat.
Hats will fight desperately when
death is the only alternative, ami ho is
a wise man who keeps out of reach of
their teeth. The following anecdote
shows how a man of "nerve ' ought to
act when the enemy is at very close
range. A printer happened in at a ho
tel in Serauiento the oi her day ju-.t iu
time to join a group of men who were
wailing to see h terrier kill a rat. The
cage was opened, and tho rat most un
expectedly ran up the printer's leg in
side his trousers, llu did not serosal or
clutch, but clenched his hands, stood
erect, and coolly told those present to
ho quiet. "Now be is going up my
kiice; uow ho is on my thigh; now bo
has i;Msed to the small of my hack;
now lie rests. Don't id rike; don't seize
him. Here, lako a small stick, tap
gently. That's il; drive hinuloivn easily
don't provoke him. Now ho moves,
now bo turns press gently; now he de
scends; there lie goes around my hip;
now he turns downward; huru ho comes
by my knee there, lie's out." Ami so
hii was, ami the terrier forthwith mo
nopolized him. "
A Shame and an Outrage
"John, wbut is thut peculiar smell?"
asked a man's wife when be came home
very lativ She expected he would
say that it was the lueenso they used
in tho lodge-room, or that lio would toll
sonio other lio, but sho was mistaken.
"It's whisky j that's what It is," ho
"Miserable creature," rutortod his
wifo, "you have at last got down so low
that you have uot got decency enough
left to trr and lie out of it"
Tho Daily Experience of Every Oue
is that neglect of the bowels is tho prime
cause of ill health. Testimony of the late
Chief Justice of Georgia: "I have used Sim
mons Liver uegulstor lor constipation ot
my bowels caused by a tetnpurary derange
ment of the liver, for the last three or four
years, and always wheu used according to
the directions with decided benefit. 1
think it is a good medicine for the derange
ment of the liver, at least such has been
my personal experience in the use of It.
Chief Justice of Georgia."
"Facts sneak nlaiuer tbau words."
Proof: "The Iloctor Inlit ma In tukit a tihic
pill, but I didn't, for I had already been
poisoned U'ice by mercury. The druggist
told mo to try Kidney-Wort, and I did. It
was just the thiug for my biliousness and
constipation, and now I am as well as
ever, A. r. ban ford. Bold in both dry
and liquid form.
Kfln the Diamond Dves moro coloring
is uiven for lOcts. than in anv 15 or 25 cent
dyes, and tiiey give faster and more bril
Women ara ranidlv ttmlini nlaces iu
the learned professions and the more lucra
tive occupations from which they were
formaly excluded. Many are graduating
in medicine. Mrs. Lydia . Puiklum, ol
Lvno. M.is8.. is a minister of health to
thousands who may never touch the hem
of her garment or behold the genial light
ot tier moiiesi countenance.
Highest Prize Port Wiu
The best wiuc iu the country, thut took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Hpver s Port Gmpe Wine, which has be
come the most celebrated product of New
Jtisey. This wine aud bis P. J. Brandy
are now being used by physicians every
where, who rely upon them as bring the
purest to be had. It is uusurpissed for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine, ror Salohy 1 ai.'l G Schvh.
Tru to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tho ever
faithful wite aud mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
leoting a single duty iu their behalf. When
they are Bssailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
fctomach and bowels regulated, Mood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
eute remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world aud onlv cost httv
cents. Hold by Hairy W.Sehuh. (4)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions ot youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that wnl cere you, pitiiK
OK ciiauoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev
Joseph T. Ixman, Station D., New York
Dit. H. E. Fauwhi.l, Arlington Heights,
III., says: "I am selling Brown's Iron Bit
ters fast. It is the most saleable goods iu
Fok Dyspepsia and Liver Com plaint you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle
ofbhiloh's Vitalizcr. It never fsils to
nuc K ten s Aruica salve
The Best Salve !u tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, I'lct is, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents r'r hnx. For sale by Gko. K
To The West. -There
are a number of routes leadim; to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Graud Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth. Atehison. St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
tlcest make are attacueti to an trains.
At Kausas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kausas, Colorado, New Mexico ami Cal
ifornia connect with express truiimofall
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxpTOts trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omahs, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
aud superior accomodations, out beautitul
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, ot this
line, which will he mailed tree.
C. B. Kl.NNAN, F. CllASUI.EK,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gcn'l Pass Agent
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloli s i ataarli Remedy. Price "0 cts.
Mothers should Kuow it.
Fretful babies cannot help disturbing
everybody, and mothers should know how
soothing Parker's Ginger Tonic is. It stops
bullies ains, makes thoiu healthy, relieves
their own anxiety and is safe to use. Jour
nal. flln,"i llr I swMpingby.no
I J I J 1 Wl I I land dare bvlors yen die, nmi
l II 1 1 I thine mlyhtr and sublimit
IU lJKJ 1 leave behind Itieonqiiiirtlmu."
"" w tmi a week In your on n town,
Klva ttnlltp nil I 111 Irm. Nil
rick, Ev rytklng bet Capital mil required. W'u
will fiirnlab you nvnrythlng. Many are tnnkltig
lunnnea, it'iit make as tunrn aa utn ana any
tod fllrla nuke great pay Readur, If you want
bntlneaa at which yon can make great ray all Hie
time, write for particular to H. HAtLtTr A CO.
NEW 0-p. BAND CATALO0OB POD.
1883 SEN f FREE to any lUrZ?, 160 UU.T.
tmtii.in of all kimlaof BKA8S, QfcRMAN
SILVER and EEED luntrumeou, tozatliei
ailh full inar,i,.li,.n. . ...- u ?
Tiilon aad cnwtlncetioo of inalrtimonU
WHAT and HOW to purchase tenna for
""" F'""s rririnu, a;,,, nuiaiao
tMiid, If dieired, our Bantt and Orchtttrt.
u'.uc. "-. u. mvn p,nuntr tr.ntie, Aliirnaf
THE HOOT a SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAU0.ILL
AMD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our tutor ether FlectrrvOrVvnntc ind M&cntlo
ArIUAnce nn1 (inrm?iu ure InvHluiihU, aorl a mnr
cure lor Nrrniift lhilttj Punlr, Kpilnptjr, HheumtV
tUm, Owtrorked Brum, EatiaiiMtoQ or T.om of ViUtl
triHfKT. Wrmk line It. KniflfT 1'lnHa. I.nng, Ijver and
Kturoacb Conij-UintA, and re futai'ted to kith KB
SKI. Thaw iiifillanct are tho wmry IntMt ImpruTftd
aud ntirwir dif?Mrrnt from hnltft And nit otbra, at tbey
positively fffttiernti? continuoui current without aclda,
cauttlntf no tore rvr trrituttoti of tha akin cud ba
worn at worn na wall rout, and nr only nuUcattbla to
tha wfmrer. Tba !"wrr I twh to ai to rant tba
different atfuM of all di wriers EJecirlo aoa
Mftifoetlc trMttrurnt Uuf btnllt Thtmi far
Cure Impotency, Seminal Wcakncss.Lost MwatiOD.AO
Thf r Cure when till rise f olg. Our rfTeiruted
Pamimlet M.n iu iwnlcil Hni-i.o.e oo receipt o( Oiaie
ootue.orfttounOjr wmiij1!, inw.
IiowKtO Liiwtro-Mfignotic Inn'.n. 11 per i air b; mill,
AMERICAN CALVANIO CO.,
312 N. 0th St., St. LoulS, MO
A aim ciiiiijicui.' II net. fruutiiiie m I. "Mi
see nail KailroaJ street .
'I'll I'- ni:i;r I -! , t of Ihv t'l.lf a-;o, St. Louie
mc' .tew Orleiina: I.liuols L'uirsl; rtKi..h. .St.
Louit and fariiic; liuu Mounoiin an1! Hmiiurn,
Moli'lo n:.d (itiio; t ait and M. Lome Kutlwayr
ar all Jul acroM tho atrcut; while the Mcnnihuni
l.aiidit k U hot one e itmre dieunt.
Tint Ilott-1 la heatpd by Htnarn, haa atoam
Lunndry. il;drau!tc KlevMur, Klvrtrle Call Uriln
Antomnilc Flro-Alarma. Hiith, aheoliitely (Hire air
pertecteeweraiie rod lomplulc spnolutmunta.
8niiorb furuiahinK''; perfccl turvlce; me! au in
xcuiied table .
UP.PAUKKK .V I ..i,tKn.o
A wfi.'k madoai iionifi by h tudm
iriuua. Beat nueinoop now bef'ire the
i nliiie. l apltal nut needed. We
will Mart you Muti. women, boya
and uirl- wanted every wheje to work
lor ii. owitne tlnin. Yon can
work In aprie time, or kw onr whole time to thu
but arm. Xo oilier hu-lurte will jiay you nearly
ae well No ofucau fail to maku enormous jay,
by en .MK'i'lti.- i once. Cuaily omflt and torm true
Money mii'l.' lr.i, i sl!v, nml honorably. Addreaa
TKt'E 'V CO., Aiii'iiMii. maine
617 St. Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A itjiilar Oin.luni" of two tnedlcttl
eolli k'i's li i, hern ImiiTPr eiismti d in the trent
tni'iit of t'lironio. Nt-rvoiiH, P-Um nnd
Jilorxl l)l'rti t tln.il ane other iilivali-litn In
HI. Louis, in eltv itier -.lw ami all old resi
dents know. ( oieiiliHtlerfi nuVeore? mall,
flee nnd Invited. A frlemllv tiilkorlilsoplnli.il
eoM leillilnif. When 1 1 1 (neonvenleiit to v Ik 1 1
the rlty .or treatment, nierllelne run he sent
by nmll or expi'''i evervw here, t'urnlile rae
puiiiantei il; where doilht exMs II Is iVankly
luted. CU or Write.
Ntvous Prestratloa, Debility, Mental and
Phyairal Waaknos, Morcariol and other
ajIj8Ctiori8of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poiaoning, Skin A flec
tions. Old Soros avd Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriago, Rliouinatism. Pilns. Special
attention to casos from over-woikud brain.
SUHGICAL CASES reomya special attention.
Pisccsns arising from Imp rudenoos. Excossos
Indulfrcn.'js or Epo8iir".
It U elf.e I. lent Hint n plo Iclmi nvlnir
port leu Inr alleuthui In arln- iren-c allnliK
K rent -Mil, ami pli) slelaim In reirulnr iruelli-e
nil over the roiinti r kii"iiii( thl, freiiiently
reeiiinuK iid eiinei to ilie nlde-t tlllee III Aiii'TU'ii
where eu ry known npi.l Ihiico N retunled to.
and liie pi-riVHil kih i i liixil iea of nil
eve aud I'oiiutrlea are uinl. A w hole house l
u-c'l ri niliee puri'ixe). ami nil lire Ireiiled with
kill In a respectful ii i Mil in i-: ami, knowing
wlmt to ilo. lioeKperlliiiiit.i me luinlir, liniic
enun; of thu b'li'iit 1 1 u I n I r iipplylnir, the
rhnmea urn keel low. often lower than l
disiinuileil by oihi'i't If ai teruru the "kl'l
nml itet a peei!y nnd peili , t Hi ,, nite, thai l
the liiiiirtniit mutter. I'uui lilel, in) l'Ke,
iiit Id any nddreit lire.
PLATES, t 111
VAi iruilt rlntli ami silt Idiidlnr, Healed for 50
eenia in Oii(c or i io reiii'V. (ivn liny won
iieifnl pen plclnve., true to lite m tleleion the
.nllmi'lnu r.iilijivli, l ho Inn Pun iy. who not;
whvf I'rnper rue to miirr . 'Who itinrry llrot.
T itii ll'Hxl, VS'ninNnliM..., riivli nl ie, lit , M ini
ulniiilil imii'i'v. I.lmi I IP HM. plne may ho
HTf Hied, l'hoi: iiuurliil or ciuilemiilnlluii
I'i rvllilj liiiuld rend II, 1 1 nuulit Ui he read
riv all adult iei-oio, lln n kepi muler lock and
key, I'lipulfli' nil I loll, Mime ei nlno e. but pnper
eiMer and IP p.iiO'i.. I'll e ni l bj inull, In uioncjr
o wak. o yi I
tyWw & WaVU
aavawaavawaaaiaivaHHBaHaaaaHaiiwatMaaaaanioiwii. oo coneciiimieu iiuti.
rrw Mtors appueu to tno snnaoo
a t a B a.-alu 1I S B V BW flk
Lor discolor tha Skin, or leave dlsagreeahlei effects of any kind. It
hn wo "Qt'Ai.for IIib Cnrttof RheomatiaTn. Spralna. Brnlsfgi
SUIT Joints, Nen
PalMlir tlv?l.lmU "X Part ol the- Hystom
ffWloiisTor All pains In tha Stomach and Bowala.
Sor Xhroat. P
utwl la, Mniiuilv i.ra.,it.,l,ia foe all iialna
reoulr no a tuiwarful d ffna IVO StllllU
Ask your Druggist lor It. rric do cu r doiuo ffm
lltpared only by JAOO& UTatRaHiTa, I i)
mm... - . . , a a A..,a a.IVJ
wwiiimi omnow. etiavTTTirvii
Aak yonr milkman to
d' llvor your milk in the
WAKKKN milk jabu.
If the milk la pure the
cream can be teen In
every Jar. If no cream
U aucn, It II not at it
rhon'd he and needa vour
aitentlon. The milk is
cleaner, tweeter and pa-
.... .i-.it i.. .,. . -
-r ueuvureo iu 1US ar-
r n Milk J.ire than autr
oiuer way. They are naed
in til ibo lsriiecltlea. and
are adapted to all cities
and prima on application
TJ Jiiirm St., Nw York.
and i w ua t ireulara
to W. U. WIlITiiMAS
fpn A I) V r. HI IS r Its .- Loweat Katea lor id eertll
A Inp In I'S v'ood new-oiipera aent tree. Addrete
GKO, J'. ItOWLLI-Jt (X) ,10 HprnceSt., N. Y.
il II! 11!
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Ititmd, and vH(V)nitil(trivchanF)tli6 tdond in thorn
iirTBl'min thrff in on the. Any p'Twin who will taka
1 ttilleni'h niiht frxnn 1 to 1 wrfkn may be rvntored
totiound heali h, if Mtirh a thinir beiNituilMa. (Suld
erywliflrn, or ne-i.t by mail f-r H letter atumpn I. H.
JouMtotf tCo., Ccfiton, Mim., furmtirly lUairor, M
li Ml? R baUJi !i
uiiiiitC iu lov wttrht tuuui u it ; r ut
01 s I'tfi'ia, rmij.ifi iioii. 'j.-tf-.f, niii 8rM,
Kim, lrvur)tl iMinwi, ('n'.uirh. U'-tt of
Ap-tltir, C'omlttj:.l, n-i hi:, tfluod
tlli.-.ii. It n '.er f.all.l. Ail .t.M.sjiat- luil
CtMii.uy ftfrf kl'l Kra a--!' . V, y, er
trj.'-, H U-t,rIt. ,. tty-it Uui.
S E W A I) V E IIT I K E M E UTS .
NO USE FOB THEM.
Coiu'crning' Certain Relics of the Past
Dogw tlmt have hud their Uay.
5or(je Sieph-tiHon'e "Rocket," andthemapnl
fleent locoaiotivoe of 10 rtxy, sre hullt upou the
fame general prlovlji., jet the miirhlne with
which the k'i .uI c.iilDicr aetoniebeil his age, ia In
tereatltii; now ou .y a- a-i llliifrratlonof the begin-
nlni! of the Invention. Th re werj planter! wtth
holualn ihcm long befnro BUXSON's CAPCINE
rOKOUS I'LASIKK nrprleil both the public
tud the pbyelciaas: ind tiic t-lu .npb of tho Cup
clue la founded non the partial eucceeeea, or the
inter failurt a of Its predecvotur. tverythltg of
value in the old pniiiot p!nter la retuh cd 11 the
Capclnn; hul ii ihla p ii t i l . omparnlott ende,
nnd eoulraM heplut K r c.v.iinple:
The old plaa ers were d'.rw in their action; tho
Capclne ia quick aud elite.
1 ho old plantar lackn the power to do more
than to Imparl pIIkIiI, temporary tell. f In care
cay ot treatment; the Cnpttne penetrates the
eyiutu and p, ruiur.ently c-ir-b the trouhlea for
which it in n i.innueli(Ud.
TttO ildpltift' M depended foraryg od remits
thry nii;ht a'ain tip n an Incident oftl.eir makers
and the naked f;.l h ot their wiiirere; the Benson's
resciiea it en.la hy ni .a'taof (ae BfTcn'tflc combi
nation oi I'er.iiH n uliiinn! Ii.jrcillcnta which It
In br'ef, -he old ptastera, like S'ephenKon'a dial
tarde4 engine, are awliched iff the track, while
the Hentoii'a.k'o.e on lta wav winning golden opin
ion firm all lojrtu of peoplr.
Vet in ihis very It a tli. lea tln? danger to
the people who buy 'ad line thl? reliable aud set
cutlCc ieiu :dy ' ilipocnay it the tribute vice
paya tovirt ij," Iml'atlnui the conceaaion fail
ure trakcjto iu-:i eat, Renaon'e I'lastera are pa
rodied In mine unrt ityle.
Beware of twttidlea. The genuine have the word
CAI'CISE cut In the. cenier. Trice 25 cents.
Heiibiiry & Jot.n?on, Ihemiets. New York.
I liavo a ee-ltlvo reiuuUjr .'..r ln& altera itltemitt: by lta
(M Ihntiaanilt of ra-vt of tha worn kind and of long'
Ktiidmir Sure hcn curd. Iinlciiil, uoatrenir In mr ftllS
ia Ittamcmrr, lliat I ni tenl TWO IIOTTI.KS KRI?B to-
ElP.T lift a V l.l'A ill K THt' iri.- Eeii thlt iliwaw.ta
ftulliiixr. 0iv Epn.,ue,i p. t. ud.ln t.
DIU T. A. SLOCIX, mi PciulSi.,Nuw York.
FARMEH'S ONa AVD nAUOIITEUS
or any Active Man ot Woman
in rh, working f r tho American Farner.
Addreaa K A. K HACKuTT, Ft Wayne, Ind.
I I'.... ull rTnl,n U,,).llrtr I
disabled In line of duty I
1 .ftutitcif iii tjiu'aii nniri no at rav hiki
n ir.) Lii.erui.HnnLHno ''y to
DISCHARGES "oneoy'lind UVi
t Mumps to STODDART & CO.,
J O Pitreot N XV., AYiulUugrout I). CI
EARLY M1NMESQTA SWEET CORN
Educated and practical arowern nowaaaont to our
KlU "'I hut I lie tnrllier North .scedn am
grown llioenrller their product Mill lie."
VVeollnr this year a full line ul sumlurdl otaut,
Iniu tiiuaiiie, arownon dryiiplaiuli Mcol h Fyleand
llneBleui Wheat; WhiteHiiHHianOiitui KtutniieeCau
iiurn.aalilto Imoiioweekivirlierthiin l iirly York; our
North htnr Yellow leut Com alldtukex the lead, and
fur fi dile.r iaeipinl to ai'V: of oulmi wil, tomatoc.
earrote, na, Ac, Ac, a lull liliu and lniye crop, all
lJ irrowtli ell our own fiirnia. ild It lee for duck
pinion alwtyxoti blind f"r bprtnir or Fnll aowliiir.
fth Annual fatnlivnn. trr: T. l. HI i:Tt'A 1,1'',
(.rver. IuipoilcrA: Jobber, Pjt.l'uuL.lliua.
t SfflSUEl I'lou extnoln.hea no
l a(uaC tllilce III New York o
I n W tor ibo Cure of '
1 11 Rj EPILEPTIC FT3.
L. I LJ VafrnmAmJournalofilnikiin.
tnjDPVa ITS a t.i.n.:i,.r1 nn,1ni,fht
rm li, vbvr,lrt Om,a nt IinilenV wliil niakra a tPt-
flullt ,if F.pll-mv, lint wtihiiut ili'imt tenltd nnd rutrit
mm e rtw Oinn any oilier llrtmr i'iv-liln, Hi ,,i..cea
liattlranly b'n aionlhln! -a tuive hnurd id fot of
oror 10 yuan' aundlng iuTiwf"'iy riioxl br liliu. II
haa puMlali'd a w.'rk on t'llt tHwaau, vsirn wnilt
n h a lain I'oiUoef hit wnnderrni enra Peo In any tut
fi.ir who limy wwd thlresir- P. 0. Addrott
advltai'VoiiiiiliK a(intot..i-oi i
lr. All. UWUIOLK, He. M Jobu St, H Ytik,
iwtiied ttmatlvnf IVaunntlttl nllt
win panetrata to the very none,
BvJ I V av , a a. am i J
Mil. oe JtieiD'ii R Ainmnnc.