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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY SO. 1883.
IS THE HOPE
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sure Cure for all FEMALE WEAH
NESWL'H, Including Leucorrbo-n, Ir
regular and Painful .Menstruation,
Inflammation and Ulceration of
lb Womb. Floodiog, PHO
LATSl'H ITLRI, Ac.
rTPIeasent to the tate, efficacious and lratmflatj
InltsenVct It Is a great help In pregnancy, aud r
Ueves pain during labor and at r gnUr period.
ruvKini.M mi it ivd runt win it rami.
tVFua aixWiiKXEturj of tht generative organs
of either mx, tt U second to do remedy lhatstias ever
been before the public i and for all diseases of tba
taim It 1j the Greatest Barndy in (A World.
CiTKIDNEY COMPLAINTS of Either Sex
Find Great Bellcfln Its I'm.
LTTrlA T.. 1T5KII AM'i BWrM) PrRfTITB
will eradicate eery vwniite of hiuiejis trom tba
Blood , at tba Mine time will glre ton and rtrcr.irth to
Uia system. As marvellous In results as Uis Compound.
rylMh the Compound and Blood Portlier are pre.
pared at X33 and EJ4 Westers Avenue, Lynn, Van.
Price of either, 1. Bl bottles for SS. The Cotnpounit
b) sent by mall In tba form of pU Is, or of lon-wres, on
receipt of pnoe, 1 per boi for either. Xr. Hnkham
freely ajuwerl all letter! of Inquiry. Enclose I uenl
stamp. Bond for pamphlet. Jfrrdcm (hit vprr.
t.TO H. Prsnua's I.rrra JTt.it cure Cr.nettr
tlou. BiJ'.ouai.e'W end Torpidity of Uie U-r. ail it:t,
4v-Motd by all DraggUu.-fca
I tnr.pil of Ilerb.tl and M'iciliunuiii piod
u t,iiicn permeate tbe aubatance of the
I.uiiga, iipectoratet the acrid matter
tbatoa.-ciai.i in liioucbial iUlsM.aiidformtai
toothing coal I UKi iiUb relic vei the ir
ritation tbi't chum tbe conga. It rleaueet
the lu nee of al I impurities, ttrrngtiietis
them when eufeebled by dlaeaae, invigor
ates t.'io Circulation of tba blood, and bine. tin
nervous ays'etn. Might cold often end In
consumption. It 1 tluucrerout to neglect
llirni. Apply tho reined' promptly. A
tti)( W17 yc ir warrnuta th asaeruon that
no remedy line ever been foaix! that la an
prompt iniUelfcetaaaTUTT'S EXPECTORANT.
A ilni(le iloae raUea lit unlearnt, suoduis
ir.fl imiua'ion.atid ra uepeeiilTriiret!ie mn-t
o'tinatc rou;'h. A pleaaant cordial, chil
dren take it readily. For (roup it la
Invaluable an nioiilj ha 1 ererr fatnilr.
In 8.V. esnd ll TtoMlre.
ACT DIRECTLY ON THfc LIVES.
( urea lilllla and ittrr, !aepln,
Kick Ileadat'lte. Ulilou lolir,luattia
tlou, lllicumatUiu.l'ilea, J'alpltatloiiof
the Heart, Uixzlne, Torpid J.lver.nnH
I eioale Irreularltle. if jou lio Dot "U 1
eery well," a nn -!e riil ttimirn'et tLetTcmnch,
teU)rcatlii?n-i-v'!..c,i-ntu r ?or to t! a?:uj.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS!
La. 1 cjt: L' J' A.ri icr ten yma X bava
ben a maitjr t Ey-pe7-ia, Ci nttiputiun ari
l ike. Luataprirg jour I ill W(ierecomuieril 1
to Die J 1 uaedtbcm (but with li'.tie fiUlL). Iam
now a well man, have pond appetite, dirts' ica
perfect, repul a r f, p'1' 60". nd 1 ri'T
eained fot t y pouniT.i C:;!i. They are voita
tUcir weiirbtln pnlJ.
HEY. K. 1: bin J'SU, i.ruiitTiiie. li.
OfBc. Murray M.. IVevr York.
I IH. TI TT'S .MANI A I. of I aero
lllecclpt i Ut uu aj)plictloit.
If you are ick Hop Bitters will nurely
aid aure iu uitkin you we.l wtma all
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or are
sutL-rioK troiu auy otlier of the du.ihtoui
diseases o( tlio Momitoli or boweU, it ig your
own fault if you remain ill, for Fop Bitter
art a sovcria remedy in all suon com
If you are wasting away wi'h any form
of Kidney disease, at ') tetnptintr Di-ath
this m iiueut, nod turn fur a cure to Hop
If von .roaick with, that terrible nick
nesa Nervousness, you will find a ''Bilm in
OileaU ' in thu use uf Hop Hitters.
If you are a frequenter, or a resident of a
misuntic district, barricade your sysioin
ai:ainst tlie scourtL'e f U countri-H ma
larial, epedemir, liliou, and inttrmitent
fevrs l)V the use ot Hop Littura.
If you have rouh, pimply, or sallow
skin, bid breath, pitins aud aches, and feel
miserable ircuerally, Hop Bitters will give
you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetest
breath, health aud comfort. .
In short they cure all disease, of the
stoinnch. Bowels. Blood, Liver, Kidneys
Bright's Disease. $300 will be paid for a
case they will not cure or help.
That poor bedridden, invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, can be made tlie pic
turo of health, by " a few bottle of Hop
Bittuis, costing but a trills. Will you let
Ihjtn Buffor? ' (3 )
HAS BEEN PROVED
Cor a lame back ordlaordered nrtn indi
cate that you are a vlotim f THEN DO NOT
HEaiTATBi tiae Kidney-Wort at once, (druf.
(lata recommend It) and it willepeedily ovar-
. Ik. jiu... m-A MatnM hnnlfhv aAtlon.
I orllae or oompiaww i
and weaUncaaea, Kldnoy-Wort Uuniurpaaeed,! J
aa It will act promptly and aafely. IJJ
Ibrlok duat or ropy depoalta, and dull dragging
pain, all apeedily yield to ita curative power.
K ihupHA. inmntininM. Mtrni urni ejrunne.
IIS. boud JJT ali. imuuoiSTB. moaii
11 IV' IJioiitfor chancel to Incr-mie
WW I 1 M .their t-aiu liigN. mid In time
If I 11 I Jbdcimd wca.ihy j thiMH hl
i t --rN--ilo not lropr.v ih 'lr opp .r
tiinltlm runiulu In nuvertv.
We olTur a great chance to mskn moony. H e want
mauv men, woinun, hoy and girl to work lor it
rlRUt In i hulr owa localities Anvonneaa do the
work properly fruin the tlrt cart. Tha bin tie
will pay more tb a ten time ordinary wngu. Kx
penaiveoulfl' fumliibedfren. No one who enuajo
(al to make oioui'y rnp dlv. You cull riot, te
your wholr tlrri't to ids work, or onlv your t
momnta. Full Informition and JI that le needed
eatfree. AddreaasriNSON A CO. Portland, M.
srj -v Yki ia-
SYMPATHIZEWITHJ THE HOPE 0.7
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AUD WEJIKJ.Y.
Terms o 1 Hubaonptlon,
Oallf one y ar hr earner . 13 0)
u porceot. aiacount u paid in advance.)
i)al ,on)fBr y mill 10 Of,
iM;y,oue ruiiuu M , l mi
Weekly, one yfar , 2 Oil
n ee:y. n laoiiina. l mi
K'-Cluba of ava or mnrttfor Weekly Ilullvtln al
iiietlmu, p':r yuar.SI R0
INVAKIAH1.Y IN AnVANCI.
All ('ointiiiiulratiun iliould be aJdreaand to
E. A. BUKNKTT.
I'uhllaher and Hronrletor.
The Children We Keep.
Tln children kept coinlnu, one bv on,
Till (he buy wtro Ave and t'ba girls were
And the liltf brown liotno wai alive wltb fun
From ihw bum iiK ut Door to the old root
Llka tiarden flower the Utile 01104 Krew,
Nurture. I unJ trained with the teuderot
Warmed l y lovu's sunblne, bathed In Its
Tbey bio' tned Into beauty, like rote rare.
Dut one of th buy grew wearvono dnv.
And 1 f ; m i i ( i . tr lilt ln-nr1 on bin mother's broast.
He aald, "1 Bin t:red and cannot play;
Let me nit awhile on your knee and ret."
8ho cradled bim clone In bor loud embrace,
She buahed bim lo deep witb tit r sweetest
And rnpturoua love llll lighted bli face
VVbcn b, spirit bud joined tue beaveuly
Then the eld. at (fir', wlih thonnhtful eye.
Wbo atood wrjure "the brook and tbe river
Btote S'ttny away Into Paredlne
Ere "tbo river"bail n aehd her alender feet.
While tne father' eye on the irraveare bent,
Tbe mother looked upward beyond the
"Our treasure," he whispered, "were only
Our dnrlltiKt were anyels In earth' dis
guise. The yrnra flew by, and the chlldren'brgan
With lct:itiy to think of tbe world outside;
Atvl ts'.'b. In hi turn, btrenme a man,
Tbe boy proudly went from tbe father's
Thi g'.ri were women o trcntle and fair
That lnvci were speedy lo woo aud win:
And w th ortie bloaaora in braided bair.
The old hume was left, uew borne to begin.
So. one by one the children have gone
The b' y were five, and the ifirla werethreo:
And (he bV brun n li(iiin If piikjIiiv and lone,
With bui (wo old folk for Ita company.
They t k to each olher about the pant,
A they alt tujretber at eventide.
And my, "All (he r-blldrerj we kept at last
Are tbe boy nnd tbe girl wbo In childhood
Winter Table Decoration.
The faahion of strip of colored plush
or velvet in tLo center of the tablo is
quite popular. Some ladies use strips
of handsome brocade as heinp; newer
than either velvet or satin. Nothing
looks bettor than a strip of crimson vel
vet or plush, with small crystal vases
on it, each containing a line rose. It is
also effective to put small china shells
on tho table, filled with vari-colored
bon bona. If a quantity of flowers can
be obtained it is extremely pretty to
edge the velvet with tho (lark green
leaves of the rose, the leaves resting
half on the velvet and half on the table
cloth, the flowers placed at intervals on
the leaves aud the stalks concealed by
the same. A golden brown plush cen
terpiece looks extremely well, edged
with yellow and white pompon chrys
anthemums; fern, ivy or some other
green should be used as well as the
grayish chrysanthemum leaves. When
a centerpiece is edged with leaves or
flowers care should always be taken to
place them half on it and half on the
table-clotb. With the decoration last
described specimen glasses with fine
largo chrvpnnthemums are most appro
priate. When brocade of more than
ono color is used for the centerpiece it
Is more general not to put flowers upon
it, as its colors are ant to distract the
eye from them; it is frequently finished
otf with a fringe to raatcti the colors or
with ravelud-out fringe, knotted rua
crame fashion, aud tho specimen glasses
are placed on the table-cloth oefore
each guest. Small bouquets of violets
are very usual for these. One of tbe
prettiest design for thn new year is to
nave the centerpiece of moss-green or
olive plush; edge It with rose leaves
among which peep out as many blos
soms s can be obtained of the common
monthly rose. A peculiar decoration
we once saw was a centerpiece of black
plush; across It was a lattice work form
ed entirely of the yellow flowers of the
Jaiminum nmlillorum, and in the cen
ter of each division was a tiny china
basket of brightly colored bou bons.
Another centerpiece of black stamped
velvet, tho pattern outlined in gold, was
cut out into deep scallops, edged with
gold fringe; and on the table-cloth, in
the center of each scollop with a tiny
bunch of berries of the Pyrnenutha tied
with black and gold ribbon, tho end of
which lay on tue clolb. Some hand
some gold ornaments were placed on
the brocade. Looking-glass, than which
In summer fow things are prettier as a
plateau, looks rather cold for winter, if
used it should be surrounded by dark
leaves and flowers of decided tint; holly
looks well. When a velvet centerpiece
is used, one point should always be
kept in mind, namely, that it considera
bly mars tho effect to crowd too runny
things upon it, whether they be flower
vases, pieces of plate, or small recepta
cles for sweetmeats. Also, tho center
piece must always have an rdcring,
either of leaves and flowers laid half ou
It aud half on tho cloth, or else of some
sort of fringe, of which, for either velvet
or plush chenille is tho bust. Lace is
not lo bo recommended, ns its white
ness against the table-cloth gives no re
lief. Xeie York Journal.
Pcdiapce of Oowfc
Pedigree is a very esseulial element
in tho vr.lue of now. But It Is also true
nnd no less Important to know that
grade unimals In a well-mnnagod dairy
can be made, as a rulo, quite as produo
live us thoi'ough-breds, and often more
mo. Vet this does not at nil imply that
tho lalter cun bo dispensed with, for we
cHiiiRit have a good quality of grades
without a good strain of blood to start
from. While it is conceded that pedi
gree is one of the factors in tho value ot
a good cow, it is not by any moans tbe
only factor. Maximum results in the
dairy are not the sole outcome of any
Hinglo condition. They depend not
merely on the capacity and breed of tho
cow, but also and equally on the Intel
ligence and good management of the
owner; and, whht li equally true, but
seldom considered, even the capacity of
the cow is itself lo a largo extent the
product of human skill. Iliirpef $ Mag'
he Sofa Seemed To Be a Little Uneasy.
A sad catastrophe took place in Coul-
tervillt) laat week, which illustrates the
baleful eft'ticls of advanced literature
upon the young. Little George Skibly
had been reading "The Hoy Detective,
or The Doomed Nurse," nnd in emula
tion of the deed of the hero, George
carefully disemboweled the sitting-room
sofa of its BtullJng and secreted himself
among tha spring early on Sunday
evening lust. His idea was to overhear
the dark secrets of his big sister s young
man nnd thereafter track him like a
"sleuth hound," which he understood
was the correct capui fov detectives.
rora the evidence elicited by tho Cor
oner's jury, the next day, it appeared
that both the big sister lieretotore men
tioned, and tho young man previously
referred to, had occupied ono ond of
said sofa the evening before, from eight
p. m. until half past one a. ru., more
or less. As George's head was directly
beneath, it was lair to suppose that he
had been smothered by said parties of
the second and third parts. The sister
testified that tho sofa seemed to be a
little uneasy, as it were, but a the ga
was turned down and earthquakes had
been so frequent of late, she hadn t no
ticed it particularly. The young man
has contributed some obituary verses to
the Coultervillc Gazette, and altogether
the occurrence has cast a gloom over
tho entire community. San Frunciico
A Reasonable Eeijae3t.
A St. Louis girl thus Appeals to a
Journalist: "I have worn one gown four
times this season, for the number of
partial I go to exceeds the number of
gowns I wear as four to one, and I am
not ashamed of wearing one gown
many times. But I am ashamed when
I see that 'beautiful pal blue silk,'
witb that familiar 'raniiture of lace,'
described with microscopic accuracy,
so that all my friends may know that I
have been dancing again in that same
old rag. Won't you ask tho managing
editors to insist that the reporters shall
not describe the same gown worn by the
same girls week after week to our
shame and confusion, but if they must
'put us in,' let them put us in afresh
and arrayed ia new habiliments."
A county clerk in Texas enjoys the
distinction of having himself issued tbe
lieenso for his own marriage.
The Cossacks now serving in the
Russian array number 30.5, U00, their
A Jackson, (Tenn.) dog goes on two
legs, both on the right side of his body,
The other legs are brokeu.
Mr. William Black is supposed to be
making the lnrgest income of any tng.
lish novelist living.
Cheesequake Creek, for which $10,
000 has been appropriated, is, according
to the Atlanta constitution, only twelve
Bostou proposes to have a college
which is to educate doctors and "pay as
much attention to their moral astotheir
The report comes from Victoria,
British Couinibia, that Chinese women
are smuggled into the United States dis
guised as Indians. Thirty-two are said
to have crossed tbe line in that garb.
Moncure D. Conway says that noth
ing is more common than for intelligent
Englishmen to contidu to American
frieuds tbeir wonder that Americans can
endure such personal power as that
possessed by toe Presideut.
Madagascnr is rather larger than
France. A belt of almost virgin forest
ruus around the island. The population
is about 4,000.000. and the soil will
easily support 30,000,000. India-rubber
is a principal export- The mineral
wealth is enormous.
The inscription "Ysnat" on a jar in a
Philadelphia Indian doctor's shop, puz
zled a reporter until he discovered that
it was "TRnsy" spelled backward.
With this clue fie read other names of
mysterious medicines with a clearer un
derstanding than before.
Is tho war over? The Ninth and
Tenth Regiments of Rhode Island Vol
unteers, who we-ro in the scice of the
government in 18C3 for three months,
claim that they were never mustered
out, and are entitled to full pav to date.
It will reqniro $5,000,000 to pay them.
A San Francisco doctor has restored
a lady of that city to perfect health by
removing one of her kidneys. This
operation, called rephrectomy, is so
rarely undertaken that the world has
only seveut3'-three cases of the kind re
corded. Two boys have been convicted in Cal
ifornia of robbing Chinamen, and a Sau
Francisco journal sees in this a reaction
from the feeling Hgainst the Chinese,
who have hitherto been unable to get
protection from the law against thioves
A Rending (Pa.) Journalist interviews
a tramp: "We read the papers, and tho
latest, too. I often foci n roused to sea
yer editors oflorin' reward for tho ar
rest of them nersons as steals papors
from doors. It's tramps almost every
A richly attired Boston lady took
from a wn'gon, standing by the curb
stone, a Targe blanket nnd carefully
covered the shivering, horse attached to
tho vehicle. She departed unconcerned
at tho applauso which spontaneously
came from tho orowd which her unusual
but kindly act had collected.
In this fertile land of plenty it. seems
Incredible that 9,000,000 bushels of po
tatoes should ho imported in a single
year, and yet this wtis tho ease last
your as shown by tbo government revu
nue records. Import duties amounting
to considerably over 1,000,000 were
General John U. Gordon, of Georgia,
conies homo from Europe proud of Ills
coiuilry. Ho said to a reporter: "It Is
enough to inako an American proud to
ride through tho streets of London,
with Its clvillation of 2,000 years, and
nee At'ii'i'lonn Implement., Aiucricnn
uwinr-muchlnPH, American tools and
American goods displayed on every
hand, nnd know that American watches
are being ofi! In the KtreeK and Am
erican liild are feeding the English
people and American factories begin
ulng to clothe them."
Indulgent parents who allow their chil
dren lo eat heartily of high-seasoned food
rich pies, cake, &e will have to use Hop
Bitters to prevent indigestion, sleepless
nights, eickctas, pHin, and, perhaps, death.
No family is safe without them In the
Sleepless niihta made miserable burst
terrible couth. Bhiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul O. Schuh, agent. (8)
Fakmkk sad others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which (5 to
$20 a day can on earned. sind address at
once, on postal, t U. C. Wilkinsou & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New oik.
Higlicht Prize Port Wme.
The best wine in the country, that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Spier's Port Gripo Wine, wh cli has be
come l ho most celebrated product vf New
Jersey. This wine oud his P. J. Brandy
are now being used by physicinus every
where, vtho rely upon thein as being the
purest to be lud. It ia uusurpsed for
weakly feina'es, and old people. Used by
Ihe Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine. For Sale by Paul G Scncu.
Mekswax's Pkptosizkd BeefTosic, the
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
: . ; . . . li J
omrmouM properties, it contains inonu
uiikini?. forcd (eueratini and liie sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
i lennenfia. nervnim nrcairaiion. aim an
, . . .
forms of general debility; also, in all en-
teebleu conditions, wneiner tne reauit oi
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
r acute disease, particular)' if resultin'
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co, Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. (3)
rjucKien'8 Arnica Salve
Tbe Best Salve '.n the world for Cuts.
Bruisee, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaiautecd to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Gro. E
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Sliiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 rents. Nasal Injector free, Sold by
Paul G. Schuh. (4)
A fouzh. Cold or sore Throat
should bo stopped. .Neglect lieciuer.tl re
suits :n aji Incurable Lung disease or on-
suniptiou. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syjps
and balsams, but set directly on the iunain
ei parts, allaying irritation), give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coutfhs, Catarrh, and
the Tbrot Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. ror thirty
vears Brown e Bronchial Trches have been
recommended by physiciaas, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies oi tne aire, rxdd a cents a
Galvanized Scales tor Creameries, Dia
ties. Butter Dealers, aud Grocer. Send
forcircular. Howe Scales Co,, St. Louis
To The West.
There are a uumberot routes leading to
tneaoove-rnentionea eection, our tne airoer
sod reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Mies mri Pucihc Railway. T wo
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to K-msas Ci'y, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Oiunha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansse, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia coucect with expiess trams of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line ofl'ers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets. Jkc, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kixsas, F. Chakpuh,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Apont.
Dr. Kmsk's Great Nervb Restorer is
'he marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped frnn. Send to 0X1 Arch
'treet. rhiladelnhi. Pa.
'ITVrV riln",,"1" i sweeping by. ro
II III Wj I 1 laud dare hiitore yeu die, aonv
l 11 l 3 thine mkhty and I'lblhnn
I Ij Ijk) B leave behind tnronqiiertlma."
"' f OS a week In your own town
Klve Dollur outfit frev No
rlik. Kv. rylhlnt; liew Capital nut reiiilri'd. 'e
will furnish yen everything. Many are making
lortioiFS, Ladlva iintka as mnch as runn and hova
and girl make rrt pay Reader. If ou wnnt
business at wh.ch yon can mske great iv nil 'ie
Utile, write for parllrn.hr toll. HvLI.ETf Jt CO,
lf YOUIt CAPITAL.
O lltf Those dosiring to lnuko uionev
T . ouaanll aitdmeillimiiiivesLuieiits
AAA in iirnin, provialona nnd stock
Tfi'ta epeouluUona. ciu do sobvopernt
V" lug on otir plnn. Kroiu liav 1st.
lssl. toUm ereseutdato. onlnveat-
int ntaof li(t'il.(H)0. caahrroril
liava been roulued aud paid to In
vestor nninnutlug toseverai times
the or i lua I investment. I'rnlHa
paid nutufnvory month, still louv
tun the urlwl ill Investment milk
' WTrtflfC liigliwinev or pnyeblo on diinmnd.
allvivo F-xniiiniitorv circulars end aiain.
lunula or fund W ent rr. we
want reirilhle aents, who will
report on emit and introduce the
plan, i.inerai couiuuseions pom.
FUMUINQ & MERRIAMattM....te.
Maa Bleak, Cklcao.lU
R00T&,r0fi3 Ul;S;C CO'!-
KEW 80-p. iiAND CATAI.00UB T071
isa sen i mm to anrannrea. 100 llhu..
iratiuiia of all km la of J3RAB8, OtBMAtl
SILVER aud HEED Instrument, togmbai
Vlth full inatrarOfina tc.r fnrmlnir nmla. HI.
fliilon sad clarification of luitruraeuta
WHAT and HOW to parches; term tot
rold orsllrer plating, repairing, Ac. Will also
send, If desired, our Burnt and Orcluttru
Gutd. Hi p. latest popular nioale, Addrear.
THfe HOOT i SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAGO.IU
AMD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our many clhr Flectru-fla eanlc snd Mrjinatlo
Aoollfincea and Gnrmarita are lnvnluable. and a aura
eure tor Nervom liillity Fafalrsia, Kpllamy, Rbeuma-
turn, U'erworsei own, r-ihanstlno or um oi vital
Energy. Weitk Hack, Kliln. jr liieaaae, I ong. Lifer and
8toiuacb Combiints. ar.d are adapted to tlTHta
an. rbM ntpllancet are tbe fry latent Imprtited
tod ant rolr dilT.r.pt from lielia and sll otners, aa tber
roaltlvlr eenerate coptlnuoua currents without aclda
caution no aoren n, r Irritation ct tba sain run be
woro al wort as well rati, ana are only DooceHOie to
tba tteirar. The pnvar l rKilatet ao as to meet tba
1 liferent stays of a:l dl.aaaes wrera ElactrlO tnd
Mauetlc trentmant lant benrht Thnse lor
Cure Impdtekcy, Seminai Weakness, Lost Kxt odd, ad
Ther Cure when nil els fills. Our ITif,s rated
Fampnlet aen i i sealed enfelope on receipt ut Soaata
oosue, orSMiirol wrapid, free.
Howard Eloctro-Maguetio Insoles, tl per i sir bt msU,
AMERICAN CALVAMIO CO.,
3 1 2 N. Oth Gt.. 6t. Louis, Mc
'A'sra1 1 u;eis iwsmm if t'rfon
A Nnw and coaipietit li 'tel. froullug ou l,ev.
Secoud ana Kaijroad Mr.c'ls.
Tb Pasen,:er !) not ol the ;blraro, t Loti!i
ao'' ,1'jw Origi ns: lilluois lehtral; Uabtab, !l.
Lents ti, d hnctrtc; lmu Mountain aud S ulberb,
Mobile ai.d Ohio; etit.i sua sr. Louie ltniiwsys
tie hII Just tcosa tbe street : while the Slcambont
Landitig Is liut one S'luarn dial ant,
This Hotel la boated by a'eam, ha steam
Lsnndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klectrlc Call Hells
Automatic Fire-Alarm 6. baths, absolutely pure air
ptrle.ci sewerage and complete appolntineuis
Superb furuieblhga-, perfect service; and an an
P. PVKKH .V Ofl.anaonsi
On with nisui' ai o'uue ny -ue inous.
frions, Di-eioiis iic.' uw. hf,,rthe
un.ic. Lapitai Qui neenea. e
will flart you Men. wouiun, boys
and elrls wauted cverywbooio work
for us. Mowi- the tune. You can
work In pre time, or cive vour whole time to the
but noa. So other bii-lnee will av you nearly
t well No or eean fall to m aku enormous pay,
by encnteluu at once. Cos' ly oniflt snd torm" free
Mono niade ia-t. tuslly. and honorably. Address
TRUE CO., Auuusta, matne.
617 St Chariot Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular C? nul uiit of two medical
College, hm been louder engairud In the treat
ment of Olirouio. Nervoua, -Uin emd
IJloo.l Dlseaet thnn tny oilier nbvslrlan In
Pt. l.onls, as city paperH ! snd all old resi
dents know, ( .'oiiaiiliallonftM oilbeor Sy mall,
free and Invited. A rrlendlv talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When It Is ineonvf nleiit tovlslt
the city .or treatment, medtrliir, can be sent
by null or express everywhere. Curable caos
gtinrauteeds where doubt exists ll is frankly
alated. Call or Write.
yrvou rrestration, Debility, Mental anil
Physical Wealtnoss, Morcurial and othpr
affections of Thront, Skin and Eones, Blood
Imrmritlas and Elooil PoisoninT, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Rheumatism, Pil?. Special
attention U cases from over-woA-ed hrain.
StJRGICAIi CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excessetj
Indulgen:)8 or Exposures.
It Is elf-p I lent that a phvsli'lnn paying
particular attention to a rlii" ol enes attain,
great skill, and ihv"jolan In reiiiilar practice
all ovrr the countrv knnwlng this, frequently
reooinuiciid ees to the oblestoitlce In Ane'rlea
where every known appllnnre Is resorted lo.
and the prove.l ttoml retne'M." of all
ages and countries are mwl. A whole house Is
ueil frrnlllce purpo.es, ami all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner! and. knowing
what to do. no experiments are mail. On sc.
count of the gruat number applying, the
charges are kept low . ofti n lover than Is
demanded hv oilier ll vou serine the sklM
uud get a speedy mid perfect lit" cure, (lint la
the Important m:ilter. i'ttliipblft, B0 paged,
tent tu auy addreis (trr.
platIs. i MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages,
Kleeant cloth and gilt blndlmr. Healed for W
cents In po.titxe or rni remy. Over llfly won
erllll pen pictures, true to life aillcleson the
.ollottlnuOiil'lei'ts. V honiiiv niurry, who not;
whv J'roi er owe tmuarrv. Whu marry first,
aaiihmid, 'oiiiitnlnd. riiv.lcnl decnv, Who
"bould nnir. v. How inv and hni plm s may ho
trrcaed. Th"e nuirrltd it rnnteintilatlng
p.urrj lug should rial It. 1 1 mnrht to be rend
civ all adult persons, tin n kept under lock and
kev. I'opitlav edition, mine ,i above, but pa f
ewer nnd His) pages, ti ceuU by imill, lu mouy
iMnaaVMHaMaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaHBiMeaauKnnwn. phi coiicemritten main
it.w Ditoi'S appueu to ino BiinaeB win penetrate to tne very Bona,
l .nd almost Inatantly RELIIVI PAIN! It will not Soil Clotulnir
nor discolor the Skin, or leave dhagrecublo effects of any kind. It
has no EQtfAt.forthe Core of Rhemmatlsm. Sprftina. Drtilaca.
Stiff Joint., Neur.s.V:,
Sop) ITitWt, PainTIn th. Llmba or la 1 tnypart ol the 1 bystem
and Is equally enieacloiis for all pain
111111 1 eipiaiiy eiiii-itcioua nir -j. ' r- '
requlrlnK a powerful dilluslve athnulant. Bee Merretl A "itinae.
Ask your Druggist wr ic. mce w
ITeparodonlyby JACOB B. MtTaHFI.U
Wnoteeala pnurr, 3T,
Aak y ur mliki an to
rVdlvor your milk In the
W tRKBN MlLxi JARS.
If the milk I pure the
cretin cau be aeen In
every Jar. If no cm
la seen. It la not a It
shon d be and needs tour
a tunilon The mlJk It
clcanur. aweeiier tnd pa-
i .... A. i.. nr. -
1 ri umi.nrni tu ilia n r-
V n MOk Jars than anv
otherway. They are need
In altthelarKecltle. and
are liilautc d to all citlt e
win i 'nn'ars tnd pricua on application
B. WHITKMaN, Jlurra tit., Now York.
TO ADVEUTHHtS. Lowest Hates lordv. rtts.
Win MS pood newspapers sent tree. Address
UEu. P. KOWLLl-JtCO ,10 SiruceSt.,N. y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS lLl
Blood, and illenmpletelrcbanra the blood in tho on
.ire.yatem In thrnainontna. Any rjeraouwhowill take
1 pill each nirhtfrnm 1 to 1 le wtHksmsv be restored
tosonnd health, if such a thine be possible. Sold ev
erywhere, or sent br mail for si letter stamps, . S.
douaaoa A Co., iiuaton, Jldus,, foruiurly liti.gor, Mer
.Nullilntf u i m tturtU ttjuul u ti it U
' curr oj
S-iuf'iU. Pniii)is. Bwl!i. I it, Oi'i Hvre,
Ky ei. Mt!fi--urli DisrUfi, Ci'tirrh L-ji of
Aprn'tiffj, I "tin1 t'omplaiuts, And n, HU trt
Jtii'.. U nrr UW. All uilit. and
couuiry itore Ifi'iKTi wll it. .U K KflUrt
ft iih, i'rt' s I'll lntir j It. mi wvctti irotiitj.
NO USE FOR T1IE3I.
Coucernlng: Certain Uelies of the Past
I)ogs that Lave hud their Day.
George StejihMtou'i "Rocket," and the magni
ficent locomotive of to-dar, tre bailt npon tbe
tame general principle, yet the machine with
which the great engiuter ttonlthcl his age, la In
teresiltiK now ou y as an Illustration ut tbo begin
ning of the luvenilon. There wcrj plssier with
holes 111 ibura long before BBNSON'S CAFCINK
roltoUS 1'I.ASiER surprised both tbe public
tnd Ihe pbysli isus: o il tne flu ns h of tbo Cap
clue le f.jmidcd upou the partial succet-seB, or tbe
uitcr failure of lta predecessors, Everythll.g of
value in the old porous piaster I retained ri tbe
Capr.lnc; but as this p.lnl al romparaiou ends,
and coutiast hegiua. F. r c-SHinple:
Tbe old plat'crs were slow iu their action; the
Copclue ia q'lUk tod ru-e.
The old plaa'era lacked the po.ver to do more
than to Impart slight, tcmporury tell f lu caset
easy ol treatment; Ihu Capclnu peuelratet the
system tnd pitmanenily Cjrcs the trouble for
whlth it 1 recommended.
'1 be old piasters depended for any g 'od result
they might attain up a to Incident oft' tlr makers
a-.d ihe naiiO'l f.l'h of their wearers; the Boueon't
teaches Ita ends by means of the scientific combi
nation of tho rrn mtdlclnal Ingredient wnicb It
In brief, ihe old piasters, like 8'cplienson't dit
carded engine, tre ewllrhed i.ff 'he track, while
tbo fli'usou's irO on Its wav winning golden opin
ion from all torts of people.
Vet tntblavery fact 11 a the lealtng danger to
the people who buy and use t4)ls reliable and tci
eutiflc remedy llvpocrti-y n the tribute vice
pay to vlrt'13." ltnl'allotU tho corcission fail
ure rraketto tnccci', Benson's Plaster are pa
rodied In name tnd stylo.
Bewtre of swlndlea. The gennine have the word
C.VFCINE cut In theccnter. l'rlre 25 cents.
heabury S Johnson, Chemists. New Y. rk.
l nno a pii.iliv.1 reniKUr r.T 1 1 ahora 111.:1 .if
rse tnou.aniis er cams or me worse kind and of long
Mandlnir nave bticn cured. Id.IpmI, sostronir I. bit iuuK
u Itaeitkaoy, tiiat I wlllnd TWO HOl'I'l.)") KKEB. to
lather wltu a VAU'AUI.B IKtATlston ihit d.seaM, to
toy suffsrer. Ulva Kxpn-.s and e. o. al,lre.
DH. I. A. tJLOCLM, Iti ffSiloi.,NswTors,
FARMER'S M)N'S AD DACGIirEUS
Ur aey Acke Man o Won'Sli
In ( tsh, workmg f nb 'rn'ricsn Knr "er.
Addrosa E A. K, HACK. TT, Kt Wayue, Ind.
air all Union boldiera aPQJICC
doubled in llneot dutv I D b fl LMo L
f pen-ion. Lnwsiniica u i 01 a.v aim
nore Liberal. AnnCflllp B'uuly to
nl, m soldiers n p u ten on rouses ue.se rieri
I'llOCLHi 1). Apply
at once. Bend two U-
Cei't MuilH'S l rUlJ'JAKT & CU.,
413 i fttreot N. V., Vubiiii;tuu, li. Cm
EARLY MINNESOTA SWEET CORN
ITducaterl and rracUcnl a-mwera nnw assent fn n
motto "Tluit (lie furl her North M-eda nre
frown the earlier luelr proiluet v. Id l)c-.'
a oiler Uils year a full liun of Htioidard I'ntaii'cs.
true tonatne.ghwnnn dryuplan li Hwti Ulylosi d
Blue Stem Wheat; White Itiisian0..ti I:tatnsCuu
LaKe.aaidto lone wiskearllr (bun linr y orktour
North Htar Yellow lebt Corn st:,l tU.cs the lead, ana
for ('Hldnr tseipial to ai.yi of enlr nu rd, tomatoes,
carrots, pne. ac, ke , t full l.uu nnd lirira crop, all
l".sj Hrrowtli n our own f-n.ia. VUdllt e for duck
ponil always on hand far bprlh or Frllsowlrv.
lib Annual Oatalmrre. IVes. T. Sf. i1 r'.TC I.P,
i;rowvr, lmportvrov Jobber, M. ruul,.ll)nu.
1 A I.eauinn London rhyr-
lelim rHtu itielira an
iur tho Cure of
I'r. !. ai'tsarnio osie ex iihiiit i, iiianv. i -
rlaitv of Rpitoptr. bs wlthnut HcnM dri-ted s-nl ran-
siiirJcsscailiaii say other II vliia-phvalclaa. Il.iaiic'
bas simply iM'unnstnnlshiniji aalmve besrd of r .us r
ovar to ysiirs' sismllnu suivashraliy ctin.l by Mm. n
haa published a work on this disease, Mrh h semis
wlih a laree titieloof Ids wnnilerfnl euro (rcn e any ,"f.
f,-mr who may u"d their i-tte,si and P U, AUUrssS a
alvlaa anv una wishlnq ar me tuanoress
Pr. aa MtoailOLB, b Juku St., Vsw Tsrk,
a :..., r-:,: i,.,.;,:.,.1
i.ldll 1.11 . 'M tt it'll VVIII
ruuA1 itriittl ts'att.itvtlnl ill
l''.Tva uiwtij ra anrM:ui mi V'l'
The most penetrating Llnlnieni
iu hio aranutoa ssn wi,
cm per wine
J Aiiamirv L
f i mm.
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W ' a V
II M MS