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TUB CAIRO BULL KT IN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Ian-may ot Sttbioription.
DalW one yi r by carrier ........ l( 0)
('percent, dleeonnt 11 paid In adrance.)
Dm ,ohd year or mall ... 10 0C
Duly, out muulL M. 1
Weekly, one year... !i OH
Wfliv, mouths. ....... i.,,:,:,,.,.,v. 011
lirciubiorayaor mora fur Weekly Itallntln l
our time, per yuar.ll bo
All Oommonlrattona should be addrflaaed lo
Publisher and Pro'irletor.
ANOTIIEB JUMBLE OF EKROR9.
8nya the Joneahnro Oizetteof yenterday:
"There ia no ex use for the arbitrary and
narrow coutrncUd cf,u o pursued ly the
Cuy of Ciiiro in preventing the St. Louis &
Cairo railroad fruui iirocuriut( Hie right of
way l .to the city.
No! Why? Lit us rensm a hit,
The G i2ette continue:
'It ia true tlut the Ciira&3i. Louis
Railroad C forleito i the coutrict with
tlio Cairo City Property Co., to keep upthr
Mississippi levee, but they compromised
thia muter with the Properly Co. by pay-in-
tl'em 1 1 3,000."
Indued? This will be new to the trus
tee n of the Cairo Trust lVpiriy, and a flat
contradiction of the iccoidg in the circuit
clerk'a office here. The trustees aforenaid
are under the iropressioi, and the records
sCorc'snii beer them out in the impression,
that tho railroad company aforesaid did
not py or forleitthe value of one fiirtliin;:,
rither in money, property or fmncliihea, to
the truttun? afopsaid, or the. citr, or to any
oae eLe, In consideration of i's failure to
maintain ihdoll Mississippi lew s per
s'n unieot. liuton ia inietaken.
The Omette again :
'Now the- city enjoins them, the Pt.
Louis & Cairn H. Co., who are entitled to
all th i rights and privileges uf the Cairo ii
8t, Lun i and propose to shut them out
from their depot grounds which they
bought of the Proper'y Co."
So? If ''theHt. L iuia & Cairo railroad
cornpmy is entitled to all the rights and
privileges of the Cairo & St. Louis railruad
company" (which propobitiun Is denied by
no nue, by the way), is it not tU bound by
all tho conditions and rettri tims with
which such rights and privileges were en
cumbers! at the time it succeeded to
then? But when the new-titled company
we sy "uew-titled" because the preterit
company is a new comply almost exclu
sively in name when this new-titlua com
pany denies thv it U bound by any or all
the conditions or restrictions with which
any or all the titlta, rights or privileges of
the old organisation were encumlx red,
doe it not alao, in law and in equity, vir
tually deny that it is entitled to any
or all such titles, tights and privilod s?
The people and the city council, will be
further surprised to learn fnra Boutuu,
that the Ci'y of Cairo propimeB to shut the
new-titled company out from depot
grounds bought by stid company from the
property company. The city council and
the people of Cairo have not for a m ment
thought of permanently exclud
ing the tracks of the St. Louis & C tiro
corapnuy from tho city, nor 1m anything
been siid or done by them, which would
admit of being tortured into a bs!s for
such a conclusion. That the people, and
council of Cairo desire to retaiu the little
road, even at a further sacrifice to them
aelve, will probably be evident even to
Bouton' who is the victim af JIamiltonian
ignorance or prejudice, if he is told that
they hive oJered the company the privii
ede of coining iu eitbir on top, or alouj tho
inner side, ol the new forty-flve thousand
-dollar leVi.'P,whirh the ci'y was compelled to
build beciuno, prim irily, thi rorupsny
had fai ed t maintsiu the old levee as per
agreement. And that the rorup my iuelf
and not .!o city ia really responsible for
this pnljutfcd flht will also bo made to
appear to Hiutoa when he uuderbtands
that, although the conditions upon which
the city otftrud Die cornpmy (bis import
autrigh.t-jf- .vty would have nuced&itutud a
smaller ex peuditure of money by the com
pany thun tho curryiutf out of a proposi
tion made by the company itc'lt would
have done, yet tho coraptuy rot'med to sc
cept riht-of-way into the city 00 siid con
ditions and has etollldly fought the city
for the riht to sppropiiatu, without any
condition, whatever, tho benofhs resulting
from a state of things which it has cost the
city many thousands to produce anJ which
would Kive the company perpetual protec
tion adnst the action id th Misnissip
pi river at tnu citya expense
Boutou concludes hia dUaertation with
the same old silly bosh about what (ho
city council and people of Cairo have done
and will do for tho Wabash road, just as
though that had anything whatever to do
with what they have dime and intend to do
for tho Cairo and St. Louis or St. Louis and
Cairo or any other railroad company In the
city; aud winds up Anally with what ho in
hU beclouded state of mind doubtless con
siders somo very good Bdvlco to tho coun
cil and people 0! Cairo. Boutou'a editoria
from beginning to etui Isouly a rehash 0
tho long refuted but perniattenly adhered to
bluudera of Col. Cha. Hamilton, supcrio
toudunt of the St. Louis and Cairo road
aod between evory lino of said cditoral we
caa read plainly, in largo typo, an an
nouncetnent of Col, Hamilton's visit down
bore a few days ago. Col. Hamilton has
had his finger iu Bouton's buttou-hole, and
has stuffed his too willlug ears with atraw
from which every grain of truth had long
before been thrashed. Buuton is tbo mouth
piece of Col. Hamilton who Is of course
uotfiU'.vl 10 liio city of Cairo ia tho mat.
ter uniKr dlwunlon, nrnl Houtnn ii there
fore a bad ndviter for Hie city of Cairo.
We know tlint Uoutitii it it friend to Cairo
and would nut kuovtingly adviuu it asjainst
itaown iutcri htf, and, therefore, when ho ad
vised the citizens of Cairo to "take a aensi
ble view of tins question and iouirit that
thin injunction Mull li diHsolved" wo know
that he thinks lie ih giving Cairo mmo
great yruiidfathei ly advice and doesn't
know t hut ho ia in reality talking Male,
Iainilioril'tn noi, sense.
THE ANGEL'S TEAR.
"When you come out of school cnll at
Mm. Kiu s on. I uk how Ruth is."
Kitty pans d in tho doorway and
pouted hor pi'.'itv lirw, a look 6t dis
pleasure cros.,in her face.
"Hut, mamma " fho ban petu
lantly. "Now, Kitty, run away, or you will
be late; and don't forget what I told
The child turned impatiently away,
the frown decpi-ning on her brow.
Brcathles and heated she arrived at
school. Into:id of trying all in her
power to control her pasiion, she pave
way to it on tho slightest provocation.
All her les-on were a trouble to hor,
and imperfectly learnt, so that she was
kept in long drier tho other children had
gono home, and when released, bot and
tired, she stood in the cool porch of the
"Oh, dear, it is so hot!" she murmur
ed, eyeing with great disfavor a tiny
white eoliao almost hidden from vluw
amongst the tree at the very top of a
hill. "I shall never be ftblo to walk all
that way until I get cooler. I don't see
wbv 1 should have to go; Ruth is always
Turning her back on the glaring white
road. Kitty walked slowly towards the
pretty gn en valley where she dwelt.
Purtly because she felt rather uneasy
as to whether she bad acted rightly,
partly to linger as long as possible on
ber homeward way, she roamed oror
the meadows in search of flowers.
At last, feeliug tired, she threw her
self down under a shady tree, and
watched the birds as they winged tbeir
flight to heaven.
felie lay there for some time, until her
eyes, heavy with sleep, closed, and a
deep calm foil upon her, from wht'i
she was aroused by hearing a sound of
music, almost unreal in its sweetness,
and looking up she beheld a vision,
which hMjd her heart with mingled
feelings of fear and awe.
The sky, w hich soemed to have drawn
nearer to her, was open, disclosing a
tiny form clad in snowy garments,
. On her head rested a glittering crown,
and in her hand she held one pure whim
While Kitty gazed, a voice low and
sweet fell 011 "her ears: "Kitty!"
She started, and looked up inquir
ingly. Are you Ruth?" she asked in ao
"Yes, Kitty. But God sent one of His
angels to fetch me away from the life
of pain, and made roe one of His child
ren. I am happy now, oh, so happy,"
she said, looking upwards, with eyes
filled with rapt adoration, which slowly
faded, when she turned once moro to
Kitty, and was succeeded by a wistful
sadness, a pitying teuderncss.
"Ah, Kitty." you little thousht when
you disobeyed your mother, and neglect
ed her wishes, that the friend you were
so unwilling to help was past all earthly
aid. Yet, don't you think if you had
practised self-denial and gone to her
she would have felt grateful for your
kindness, and her last thought of you
would have been one of pieasure? Now
she knows how selfish vou are."
And tho angel-chlld bent sorrowfully
over Kitty, who. filled with shame and
reuioMo, bowed her head iu her hands,
"I did not mean to be so ungracious,
only it was so hot I could not go so
far," she murmured humbly.
"Do you thiuk it was right to gratify
vour owu inclination? Will you be
happier, knowing you allowed the
chance of doing good to pass, to suit
your ow n comfort?"
And Ruth gazed earnestly at Kitty's
"I will try to do better in future in
deed I will, sho sobbed.
"Farewell, Kitty, farewell." Ruth
cried, and softly passed the lily she held
across Kitty's brow, a tear rolled slowly
down her cheek, and fell ou the child's
hand, and lay like a diamond sparkling
in the rays from above.
With a sad smile the little angel rose
In the air, nearer to that home sne had
left for a short time, and through the
half-opened portal a golden light
gleamed, throwing a flood of splendor
over her white robes as she disappeared.
Kitty, silent and wondering, watched
her as she entered the crystal gates;
then tho sound of music, which bad fol
lowed and surrounded her like the peal
of unseen bells, grew fainter, and finally
died awav; a thick cloud rolled with a
loud crash over the opening, shutting
out the sight of angel forms, and lcav
iug only in its stead a dreary blankness.
As that awful crash fell on her ears,
Kitty started to her feet, and glanced
around in wild alarm.
Could it have been possible she bad
been asleep, and the vision of Ruth and
the crystal gates be only a dream.
As she still gnzod, lost in amazement,
another drop larger and clearor fell be
side it; this was followed by many others,
and Kitty, looking upwards, saw that it
A vivid flash of lightning passed
swiftly through the air, and again that
awful crash she bad heard in her sleep
fell on her car.
Sho could doubt no loneer a storm
was threatening, and unless he hasten
ed would commence in all its fury bo
fore sho reached home.
Trembling in every limb, Kitty
turned to go, when a sudden thought
Shu had not been to Mrs. King's, And
perhaps Ruth was worse, and wanted
help, and the vision sho had seen was
sent to warn hor. -
At last, breathless and wet through,
the rain pouring down ia torrents, she
reached the little white cottage, and
with hor heart boatiug wildly in min
gled shame and terror, knocked timidly
at the door.
OA HIP BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOttNING. JANUARY 23 1883.
in nor surprise, sne received no an
'Ntirelv. Mrs. Kinf cannot h nur."
sho murmured; "no, it is impossible,"
id softly lifting tho hitch sho went in.
Not a. Hound could fin Imunt lava Mia
howling of tho wind, and the pattering
Shu went ui) stairs into Ruth' K,.,l.
On the bed. aerenn nml nniur lv
little Ruth, her fair Dale face sot in th
calm of her last sleep; in one tiny
waxen hand she hold a pure white lily,
which rested on the heart that had been
Not alone was the dond child: at hnr
side, her face pressed convulsively in
the pillows, knelt her mother.
Ct.A AlA ...1
uuu urn iiui iiiuiu tviien ruuy came
forward, she scarcely heard her noise
loss movements, her irrlef win ton Hnon
to note outward sounds.
Klttv cazed mutelv at herlittlflfrinnd.
then, with a thrill of pain and self-
Droach. sho retraced hnr tna and
went out of the house.
Mrs. Ray, anxiously watching from
tho window, saw her little daughter run
ning down the Uno. nml u'Pnr. tn tha
door to meet her.
"Dear, dear, what a frightful state
you are in, yon are wot through, " then,
as she noticed her white terrified face,
;What is the matter? Are you ill?"
Var flit flntunr Kltto thpnur Vtnt a a
round her mother, and clung trembling
"What is it. Kitty? Tell me dear."
Mrs. Ray cried, now thoroughly alarmed.
Ruth mamma co to her." Klttv
gaaped, pushing her towards the door.
"n hat is tho matter with Ruth? Does
she want me?"
"Sho she is dead."
And without another sound Kittv fnll
back unconscious in her mother's arms.
For several davs she was unable to
leave her bed.
She had caught a severe cold: but the
moment she was able, she told her
mother tha storv of hsr HUnhAilionpn
and the dream she had about Ruth.
Mrs. Rav can alwavs relv on her do.
in? What ahfl is rnlri. unit hn navor
complains or murmurs against any duty
she has to perform, nor is she likely to
xorgei me sin wnicn causea one ol LroU s
children to Brieve for her. and nlwam
believes that the solitary crystal spot
was reauy tne Anirei s 1 car.
Ha Wanted to Poss.
A resident of Park street had a photo
grapher come up the other day for the
purpose of taking a view of his resi
dence, and the mau of the camera had
just got iu position when along came an
old coou w ith a uuck-saw on nis arm
and wanted to know what waa up.
"Going to photograph the house,
waa the reply.
"Then I guess I'll pose," remarked
the old man. "I'll take a position at the
left of the gate and represent the statue
The members of the family came out
and arranged themselves, aud the man
"Here, old man, you want to get out
"Can't I represent Industry?"
"Con't I ftand ovr there and repre
"No, sir! We don't watit you in the
group at all."
"Lcmme represent tne sleeping ceau-
"You cro awav!"
He drew off to one side, the passing
team" halted to rive the artist a chance,
and'dircctlv the plate was made. Ev
erybody rushed forward when it was
ready for inspection, and the old man
was "one of tho tirst. As the plate was
held up ho L-izzIed and Uctleil, anu n
nallv burst into a loud laugh. He had
dodgod around the corner of tho house
and his full riirure was revealed behind
"What do you represent in that atti
tude?" sternly inquired the photograph'
"Well, I reckon that's a protty good
pose for Cootontmenu"
"Very well. T will now represent
And the artist took the festive old
chap by the ear and walked him out of
the crowd and put in a couple of kicks
which changed the peso of Contentment
to that 0: borrow. Vetrou tree rrest.
Utidomestio ioaiir; Women in Boston.
"Of late I have been impressed with
the growing tendency to undoinestic
nanus of the voting women in cities,
writes a Boston ladv to tho St. Louis
(jlobC'Dcmocrat. "That is, a certain
class of young women who are very dis
tinctive, and who are, in a way, the out
growth, the product of now conditions
of life. Thdfe are the young women in
tne professions ami mart. I he latter,
at least here in Boston, numerically
very far overbalance tiioao dovotod to
othor nvocaliou. J hero uro here doz
ens of young womeu who have, their
owu studios aud live separate and inde
pendent lives. Thev are artists in oils,
water-colors, specialists in flower paint
i'lfr. or portrait painters. Cravon por
traiture is ulso a specialty, iho hv
sicians nro usually, 50 far at least as I
know, an older "clas of womoii, as
naturally they would be. For we havo
no 'Doctor Zay' as yet, possible as sho
is to ttils ago. Law has its attractions
lor iioston young women, and journal
ism is i u high favor rather fashionable,
iu fact it is very good form here to have
something to do and to do it,"
Tho Eire! Maa's Heavy Box.
A Swedish farmer had a protty dangh
ter, with whom ids hired man fell in
lovo. Tho old man refusing him ho do
terminod to emigrate to tho United
States. The old man, unable to per
suade him to stay, went to the steani'
ship to see him ofV. Ho oflorod to help
him carry his. big blue box ou tho
steamer. "It's protty heavy," said the
old man. "It will be lighter before it
Cfits lo America," said tun young man
And so it was the same minute for
tho bottom gave way and out rolled tho
pretty daughter. Sho blushed mid ex
plained, und the upshot was that her
father promised tho young follow that
if he would coin 4 back with some mon
oy in his pockets within two years ho
should marry the girl.
Flowers for tho hair are, worn just
above tho right car, aud are arranged
iu spray. Wreaths arc cutialy out of
The Daily Expei ipuceof Every One
is that neglect of the bowels Is the prime
cause ot ill health. Testimony of the lato
Chief Justice of Georgia : "I have tued Sim-
m..M T. :... 1 I...... .1 ... .
muiin ui.ci ivu.jiniiir iur coiiBiipaiiou 01
my boweUcailsid bv a temoorarv derange-
incut of the liver, for the last three or four
years, aud always when used according to
tne uirecuous witn m-cideri benefit. 1
think if is a good niudicibu lor tho derange
ment of tho liver, at least such has been
my personal experience in tho use of It,
Chief Justice of Georgia."
I am cured of Catarrh and deafness after
giving Elys' Cream Dal in a thorough trial.
iuy aunt was (leaf in one car. After using
tbo Balm a fiw times her hearing was re
stored. F. D. Morse, Insurance Rroker.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mother!!!
Are you disturbed at nL'tit and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tlie excruciating pain of cutting
teeth f If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. YUnslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend uon it; there is no mistake
about it. 1 here is not a mother on earth
who has ever ued it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and pive rent to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, aud is the prescrip
tion ofone of the oldest and best female
phytkians und nurses in the United States.
Sol'l everywhere. In cents a bottle.
Highest Prize Port Wiue.
The best wine iu the countiy. that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Spier's Port Grapo Wine, wh ch has be-
oome the nioj-t celebrated product of New
Jersey. 'I hit wine and his P. J. Brandy
are now being used by physicians every
where, who re:y upou them as bung the
purest to be had. It is uusurpsmed lor
weakly female', and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue S.citty as an evening so
cial wine. For Sale by Pacl G Scncu.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of trueer
faithful w ife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never ntg
UctinL' a single duty in their behalf. v hen
they are asssilet by disesse, and tho st
tem should have a thorough clcauuing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blwd puri
fied, and malansl poisou exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. Tiny are the best and purett
medicine iu the world and only cost fiity
cents. Sold by Harry W.Schuh. (41
Dr. 11. E. Fakwkll, Arlington Heights.
Ill.,sajs: "I sni selling Browu's Iron Bit
ters fast. It is tho most bab-able goods in
For Dyshcpsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee cu every bottle
ofShiloh'a Vitalizer. It never fails to
nucKten's Arnica Salve
1 hp tli.ftt Satvn 'n the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all bkin bruptions, and positively
cures files, it is guaranteed 10 give per
fect Siitiafaction, or money refunded. Price
85 cents psr box. For sale by Gr.o. E
A new idea embraced in Elvs" Cream
Balm. Catarrh is cured by causing dis
cbarge and cleansing, not by drying up.
Tho application is easy and g rotable.
Price, 50 cat. Apply into nostrils with
To all wlu are suffering from the errors
and in1icretious of youtjj, -rvous weak
ness, early decay, loss of j..iiihood, ifcc, I
wiil send a recipe lliat will cr'e you, fiiee
OF CUAH0E. This great lenivdy wa
discovered by a minister iu South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
JotsEPU T. Isman, Station 1)., New Ymk
To The West
There are a Dumber of routes leading to
tho above-mentioned section, but the direct
and tellable route is via Saint Louis aiid
over tbo Mits uri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, SaiDt Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph aud Omaha.
Pullman IMhcu Sleeping Cars of tho very
dcest make areattHched to all trains.
At Kanuss City Union Depot, passenger
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express train of all
At Atchison, c nnection is made with
crprees trains for Kaosaa aud Nebraska
At Oiniihi, connection ia made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enrouto to tho
West aud Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, n it pssses through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Neliratka. S'ndfor
illustrated msps, pamphlets, &c. of this
liiie, which will bo mailed tree.
O. B. KlSNAN, F. CHAKDM.H,
Ass't Gou'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh'sCatuKrh Remedy. Prica o0 cts.
rnunt, liio ia sweeping ny. k
f I land dure helm yHiidlv, aum
thing mU'hty and a'Oiiimp
li'nvo hi'hlnd tocoii(iturtlliifl."
n a WHik In vonr own town
rive Dollar on Hit trev Mo
rink. K- rrthlnir now Capital nol rt qulrucl. W
will furniah you everything. Many aro making
furlubfa. l.aillne make arnnnrh aa man and utiva
and girls nitke great pay Roader, If you want
bnaluoaa at whleh you cao make great pay ill lbs
time, wrltaforpartlcolaratoU. llALLKTr CO,
triintuf all kin.Hof BRASS, QKMjU
SILVEK aud EEEO tiwtruun.ou, tocethe
Vittl full inntrtirtlnna V
Til"t) al cla'.tiflcatloD of liutnimauti -WRIT
itnA ui-iar .....1. . ...
' mw . uivii.pc ( term HIT
gulj or nlver plating, retiring, Ao. Will tin
a.'ti.t If Hutul Ij . .
Guide, M p. Itt p'piilr munlr. AldrK
THE NOOl i SONS MUSIC C0,.CHICA(iQ.IU.
AMD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our m&nj othor Fl"ctro-Ga'iiDlo and Mtaoatla
Appllancot aod (Inrmanta ara InrHlufthla. aod a aare
cure lor Nftrvou liability Taralytls, Ki'llepir, hbauma
tim, 0'orkM briiln, Eilmtniliio or Lo or Vital
Enarirr. WchK Hark, Kiilifr IHmsm, I un, Llrar and
btomach Conu.iniuu. and are adapted to eitbii
asx. Thu nrpllano-i am the ?-ry Jatat ImproTed
and antireir dlrtsivnl from halta and all otbara, aa tb
poalornlf -narut contlnunua curr-nta without aolda,
canting no aortn n.sr Irritation of tba akin exo ba
worn at work Ha well rest, and ara only notlcaabla to
tbe wwrer. Tba power la r-Kulat).'' ao aa to maet tha
dllTe'ant ttaKa of ail dlri".a whera tlectilo and
Magnetic trautinant l of Umntit Tb'M tor
Cure Impdtency, Eemihu Weakness, Lcet Mtooo.aVO
Thoy Cure when nil l-a filla. Our Ifinatratad
Pampnlat wri- in aii!d nrlua oo racalpt ol 6 canta
poat4ua, oracurely w-appwl, frw.
Howard Eloctro-Magnntlc InsolBt, II per t air hy mall.
amzrican calva:;:c CO.,
3 1 2 N. 6th St., Et. Louis, Mo.
TUB 1! AI.LIDAT.
A Now ami cuiiiiiute 11 tol. frontiD' on '.eve
ecoud and Railroad dtreuta.
Tb rafnpT H"in nl th" CMin:", '0 r...iii:
uv1" At Urlrnna: liliUni t antral ; '.Vahah, Si.
I.nula and I'ncillc; I.uii .Mountain aud S uiljerii,
Mobilnand Ohio; iair aud tt. Limia KailHayt
are all Jun acroaa the atrunt; while the Steatoawii
Laudu.g U but one aiitiare lilsunt.
This lluicl ta heated by atcam, baa alburn
Laundry, Ibdrau'.ic Elevator, Kluttric Cull liWia
Automatic Eite-Alarma. Kathe, aha olutcly pure a'.r
perlert aewerane and t,omilct! appointment.
Superb ruriiiaLliib-i; purfect acrv.cu; ami nil an
awaa rA week made at bum hy ha ludtn.
l! ' I Itrloua. Heat nuf utr tinw bef. re Hie
j tib.ic. (,'apltal nut needed. We
fl I Jivllialart yon .Mm. wniiien. boys
Tf and glrla wnnted evfrvvtbe'eto work
lor ua, Now i the time. Yuu enn
work In apra time. r irive vour whi time to the
bua no-s. No oilier bn-fne-a will ay you nearly
aa well. No nt et an fail to maku enorbctis pay,
by ena"tr!luirar once. C'nsly niniitand ti'rm-free
.Money uiail- 11, eaailv, and biilintably Addreaa
TKL'K CO., Aiiuuiita. maitiu '
C17 St. Charles Street, ST. L0UI3, M0.
A rpRniftr Oi'Ufluntw of two medical
college, has been lmmer I'linagt-d In the treat
ment of Cheouio. Nnrvoua, r-lttn Burl
HUcxl Ulv.'itaen thmi any oilier phvalelsn In
ft. I.ouls, i rlt v pnr !u'W ami all obi real,
deuta kuow. C6ntillatlnfl)i n:.eorwy mall,
free and Invited. A 1'rleinllv inlk or hia opinion
costa nothing. When It laiiienuveiilent tovlajt
the elty .t.r trefltnient. iiierilelnea can liea.nt
bv mull or expr" everywhere, Curable raea
BUBrantei'd ; where doubt exl'tl It 1 frankly
atuied. Call ot Write.
Warwna rrostration, Dehility, Meotal snj
Fhj-sioal Weakness, Mprctiriul and other
gflectinrn of Throat, Skiu and Bonus, ElooJ
Iroi'urities and Elood Poiaooin-r, Sktn Affee-
tinns, Old Sorss a"d Ulccra. Iiapamonts to
Marriage, Ebeumatiam, Tibs, Special
attention to cmos from ovor-uoikad brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Dinffcaes arising from r.nyrudoncen, F.xcesnet
Indulgcng or Exposure.
It l aeif.evlilent tlmt a phvalrlan paying
particular atleutlmi to a elu nf caiea attalua
great akin, and phyalolaiis In riiiilar pi actios
all over the rotiutrv knowing till. rreiUntly
recoiiinii'iul ran-ali) ilie obleai i.ihre III America
w here every knowu appliance la reaurted to.
and the prvii troixl reinedlea of all
airea and cnutitrlea are uel. A Uole houaa li
Used fnrolllce ptirrmwa, ami all are trewti d Willi
kill In a reipei'trnl itiaunert ami. knowing
what to do. no experiment are untile. On ac
count of the great iiurjilar applylnu. the
eliarnei are kept low. often lower tr.iin la
(luiiiiinleil by otliera If you aeettre the akl'l
and getsapei',y und pei I'ect Iti cure, that la
the Inipnrtuul tu'ilter. 1'aui) ItlcU Do pagea,
sent to any nddi eaa rre.
A I MARRIAGE GUIDE. IpA
Eteuant elolh and Rill hlndlnsr, Sealed for 60
Centa In xl.'"e nr eurreuey. Over tilt y won
derful pan plclurin. ti ne to life arilcUaon the
follow Ink- Mibei t. hn iniij iniirry. who not;
why I'rorer nite tniiiariv, Who marry (Irak
lnnhnnil, Womanhood. I'ivleal ilecny. Who
ehoiild luar.y. How life ami inppluea niay lie
Miereaaed. Tho-e iiuir' ie.1 or emiteniiilatlni
rirrrlng aliouPI read li. It onuhl Uioe read
ov Hi I nil ii 1 1 piioi', then hi nt under I nek and
key. Popular lillori, nine pvol.ove, pm papef
cover and ii pnnea, Siieul by nml I. Iu uinuejf
i-kw mioph appllfti to (ho sitrfaoo
..... jiaI.. kA cii.Im am I ...... a
,,il nllllilMt instant RKLIKvBI
nor uinuuiur bua w uu. iui.t
Iiiwno Krt'Ar,fortlio Cnroof
r 1 1 1
linn is otpia iy ciiieiM'ioua im i ... ,v"rz,,r.-rv1,1n
rotiulrlng powerful dIOuslve atlmulauiL Boo MwtII a Ainntnuo.
ASK yOUr UrUgglal lor It. nw
Spared only by JACOB !
WBol W pniayiira, wt.
Afk yi or milkman to
A ll nr ynr mil In tha
WatlKN MILK JAB. 4.
If I be milk I pur to
cr-iu can ba aen la
i-v.r J nr. If no e turn
tn ..n. It I not It
hon l he anil need tonr
;tnijttcn Tho milk la
ck'utiur. aweeitfr nd pa
.vr (1ellrii In th War-
r n M'lk Jjtn ilmn an
other way. They r uad
In nil tbclnrucltli'i. and
art! 4llt.llt.i-ll tfi all tllua
and 1 wim i.iri'titara and price, on apuUraMon
to W. U. Wit ITEM W, 7i Hurra bt., f-w York.
fro ADVEIt'llsfUS. Loweat fiatu. lor advrtj.
I ii if In u eixid uB"pttiiT" irnUrce. Addreii
GEO. P. (0'.VKl.U4f;u ,1(1 Bpiuiebt., N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS tiLi
Blood, anrt illrninpllly chanratha Mood in I hi. en
tire yti.m in three inontiin. Anyp.!ionwhowilltalia
1 pill ch nirlit from I to lit rekmav be r-nred
totoitml h-alth.if nch a tinner b-noail'l. ftokl ot-rvwher-,
or tit l.ynil for (4 l.it..r -OiinpiiL I. 8.
Iounki: A Cu., iiuntun, ilut.. (urtutrl "ii-'or. M
t nt ut st i'.i tne
. UuVt, 1 t, O it Horn,
DlKa, Ci-'ifrh ljnof
jmpUlnM, tinit m. t)l.wv4
Nili. All nA I
kc-furi t:U tl- It. K rsHlTi
hnr.h. oti ttvf tv htit lit.
NO USE FOB THEM.
Concerning- Certain Relics o' the Past
Dog-s that luvc h.td tlieir JJay.
Gaorge 8tfihjniou' "Iiockct," andthemaynl
flr.Mit lootaotivea nf lo-day. are built upon tbe
aamu gctnttil principle, yet the mucblne with
which tli'i gruat etigluer artoiilrhud Ms age, Is Id
ler-jallug no.t on y m a:i llluetmtlou of the be jln
uiog of the tuvoutloo. There werj plaalera wilh
linlea In, bein lotus before UKNSOVS CATCIN'fi
POROVS I'l.ASjEU snrprlac-d both the public
stid Ibe phytkUna: n d t io trlumth nf the Cap
cine la f. ou.ii.d upon the partial f ucceioe, or the
Ulter ftfilnrts of Ita pr"drt:eaors. Kverythlr.gof
value tn tbe old poroua plnater Is retailed t:i the
Capclnc; hut as till pinl al rotnpurflou ends,
and cobtraat bigiua. F. r citimi le:
The old plaa ere weiv n!ow Iu their t.ctlon; the
Capcinc le quick and aure.
The old planers larked tbo power to do more
than to Impart slight, temporary n-11, X in caaes
eapy of lrntn'ni; the C'aprltti petielrairs tbe
ayatem and perin'iiieiitly c ir,:H tho tronblea for
which it la recommended.
1 ho old p!ati ra depetid"d for any g od results
they might ul'ain up u an incident oftbelr maker
aud the nuked f lih of tbe'r wonrers; iho llenson'a
rracbea ita cuda by nvaea of the aciiiuiltle corahl
tiatton of the rare mi dlciunl losredtvnts which It
In brief, ilie old p'tiatera, like h'ephenaon's dla
carded engine, are aulw htd iff 1 he track, while
thJ tlenaou's ,0' I on Ita wuv winning golden opin
ions from all a' rla of people.
Yet In Ibis very f ict II s tb i letting danger to
tho poop's who liny und ua.i thl rellahle and s -.r-entiflc
remedy. "H . pmrt-y is Ilie trlbito rice
pays to vtrt.13." Inil atlou la tho conceasion fail
ure rrakesto sncceaa, Deiiaon'D I'laatera are pa
rodied Iu name and atylo,
U -ware of w1ndie,a. Tho gennino bavo tbo word
CAI'CiNK ri'Tiu ihoceuter. rrUoiScents.
feoat-uiy Julinaon. ibeiniets. New Y. rk.
I .iiivo u p.-.iilvo rututftjj : .r pit. abeva oIsuho; by its
0i lliouiai)Ua of CHHea of thn wercs kind aini nf futir
wamlititf have b.mn rurd. l:iilri..ii,f,e Htmur u mr .aba
m lit oitl.-aey, thut I will aeinl THO HOITI.K FHKK t
lother with a VAI.l'Alll.li TII1.ATISK un thn diaiuue.U
iaj auffurer. (live ktpnua and f u. aiblicH.
DH. I. A. DLOa, 161 fearl bu, Ktw Tort
FAItMKK'S t-ONS AVD DAUGHTERS
(jr any Ac'lve Man ot Woman
Iu Caah. working f r the Ann-rlcm Fnr rcr.
Addreaa K A. K. HACK. 'IT, Kt. Wayue, Ind.
ibr all Union bold tors IIJPDCJICC
disnblcdln line ol duty. llUnCHoC
fpou-l.ii. Laws IQ QCIQC 2 '.v and
,'nl on soldiers rep irtod on roiTa as deserters
jlSCHARuES atonco. 8cndtwo
il irn L, IH-rUI. MllllLHIIlJ UOUIIIT 10
aiumpa to STUUIJAHT &IU.,
U huoet IV. M ., AVuhliliigtou, li, Ca
EABLY MINNESOTA SWEET CORN
Fduoatcil and factleaj aTowera now aaaent to our
motto "Thut the lutiher ISorlli sw-ciIh r.ro
Drown the enrller llii lr product will lip."
o oiler tliia yeiurafull lino ol hlndriril l otauea,
true tonaino.trrownou dryuplun I; Neotih lyteai d
lIliinHleni Vliiiut;VhlteKiltn.it; Kt.inieaCuU.
buva, said to Iwone week earlier than l'.nr! y i nrk s our
Noi'lh Hiar Yellow Pel.t Corn atill t iLvi tho lead, and
for ImUler lacpinl to an", of onb n n cd, tomaUxa.
rnrMta, peoa, sicfco., a full Lite sndlinre crop, all
rrowmrn ourown fnruia. Wild KPelor duck
pniula alwayaon hand for bpntnf or Frll aowlr.ir.
lh Annual Calalnirue. frn. T. M. .1 CTt'A I.I',
l rower, Impoi tcroVJubbiTi hi. 1'auL.Uluu.
mfl A I.rmUna London rhJS"
Mjk lurtuol uroof
From A m. Jimrnalo XrCuim.
Vt. Ai. Miwrels (1st f I.nrnlmiy.wnomaKfiaaiio
ClallT of Fpllepav, tliia without (InilM to-ulod a "I CUUil
Cora caaealliKll anvothrlivlniilivlrla.i. HSf'U'iT.a
haalnipiyle'uiaii"nliiliiiii:i wu lmve hi"ird or t t. "i
evor to vaar.1 tiimling aureeaaPiPy enn I by b' n. li
hua pnhllihi.il "'k mi thia iliiwa.ii, hlrh no a"in
l h a lariru Imlilanf Ma wnn.lerrnl eurn Iren la any ter.
f rnr who iiiay.ai'nil their praa ami I'. O. AJ Jro.. Va
aaviaarii'i'wl"hl'ot acn et.ia'i.ire.a
A iwct till preparation poni
poHPtl montly ol Eaaentlnl Oils
rim most peiietrntliiK Llnlimuit
mown, hocrttii't'iitriitcd mat it
will Panetrnto to the vary Bona.
PAINT Tr will not Hon uiotouitr
jiknnA...i.t.i .,fr....iM at nnv kind, ll
iiiuwiv ftiu ui'v.. ... '.'- :
ov pci ev'ii"
tQ"'i " I
j yTOiiSWti.cv l
NEW B OH MUD!
V5eur' b'r-iji. y.i
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