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TTIR DAILY CAIRO injLLKTIN; THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1883.
VVWOMAN CAnV HEA1TH OF WOMAfA
.Dsympathizevvith$ the hope orl
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Pare Cure for all I E.UALE WEAR.
NEHMi:, Including Leucorrbirttt Ir
regular and Painful illenatruatlon,
luflainmatloa aod t'lccrnllon of
the Womb, Flooding, PRO
LAI'HIM t'TCM. Ac.
tyriruaatloltKlute, enVaclout and lmtne!lf
In It effect, lt la a great help In rrrgnancy, and r
Uye litis during labor and at r gular peiltda.
riiiM(ii8Vht it a.:d mini bu:e it ruirii.
tVFoi all WiiKKzaiE o! the generative crgant
of ailli.-r m, It It kcciiid to do tcam'.y ihnM.n evel
tcn before tli public i and (or !l dlaroei of UM
KuoraTl .t la tli attaint tUnud y in tlit World,
tJThllJNEV COMPLAINTS of Either Se
I lad ( real HelliTIn I;a I'se.
trrh r.. rrvKmws w.onr prnmrR
will trailicaU een -jt lien 01 Hum.).' ti.jiil t kj
Bixxl.' the taree tune "HI C'' toon anil tr-i,trth to
lUatytteui. iioarTvlluUlu rtsauluaa the Cuuii'wui(L
tyD-th the Compound and Pl'd PorirVr are pre
pared it tM and SiS Wettern Aenue, Lynn, Haul.
Prioa ot li lif r, II. S.'i bottle f"r I The tcmpo-md
li ttrnt by nmll In the form of pllli. or of lotcnitw, on
recflit of price, t pw oi for either. Hit. rtnkbam
frwly antwen all letter of Inquiry. End.. J wnt
itaoip. Send for pamphlet. Jfoiflo IAii fujxr.
rft.-rrtt R. rrnraw' I Pru mn Coett'p
Hon, DU.o.itte aud loniLiuy of tie. Lrr. U cvi.it.
4r-Mold by ail Druaglel. ;
It compotcl of Uerb..l and Mueilaimioua pirxl
ii t-.ouiptrineaie the aubalaitee oftlie
I.unf;, expectorate the act 1(1 matter
that c-ulecUt i tut liiouthml 'lul-.umi lormi a
toot hi 113 coating, uuu ri lltvti the lr
rltatloii taut ti.e cough. It clrauaea
tlielungt of all itnpuritle. atirugthrn
tliem when enfee bird bv dlaeair, iurij,-or.
'.e ill circulation of tin bloo-i, and brnrMtho
n-rrouy;im. SiMirJit cold often end In
conaiimpUnti. lt la danprrout to iirqlcct
tlirtru Apply the remedy promptly. A
t. atul twvujr y- irt warrants th a-r:ion that
uorrmely hatrrrr lrrn fonrxl thnt la at
rrompt n.i:rirI,TUTT'8 EXPECTORANT.
A tlucjle doae rnltirt the tiblrc;in.uUibM
r fl mmHi'in.a id i!a ue apw.l'fur tl.f tn-t
o'ntioa'eMii-'i. A pleaiartt cordial. thIN
dren take It rtadllv. Yr Croup H 1
Inrnluo'i'o t io'ii'1 N ) frrrr fnmilr.
In ?rvr. and 1 Ttottlm.
ACT DIRECTLY or THE LIVEff.
Cur. a t htila and i or, Iaprpala,
Mi k llra.lai hf, ltlliaua lollr .1 iillpa
tiou, Khiuloalllu,l llin, 1'ollillatlolinf
l lie llrnri, ll.xlieta, Torpid I. iter, and
l cinalo li t erularltlft. If j u e!o iiot "if 1
i-r wc'V'tt tin-la fill atimn atet r..ef'jin.ifl',
tctm'i i :i';n ,.e,i.u-wtu r .ut to t; et' y.txn.
A HQTEO DIVifiE SAYS:
hn.1 ;T: li ir .rl ln n y.ars I luro
b"n a maitrr 1 rjp7 iC"'n'iii'otii;n n l
i lira. lit pri!;g o'-.r p:',t trciet-fCOJin.rr.dt 1
tome; lnwdthcii (frnt vih li 'le faith). 1 m
now a well mm, hnvo pW npn!ti!e, cimti- a
pcrfw, ru1 -it n .'-"'. r r.w. and I h;.n
f iinrvlfoitypouniiTTaaC.! They revo:tli
..'. .x wight in rnlif.
r.r.v. p.. i.. FnTTfOr,T-uiirm. K).
nUtd ill Mnrray t.. Xw York.
Ilt. TCTT'H MASTA I. of I aefuls
liclpu I ULEoa application. I
a mm ai i niirar
If you Hre sick Hup Bitters will surely
aid N' ure in ui.ikm you well vv!iui all
clue tit a.
If you are c't:ve rt dysprptii", or are
BUfJi-'ria' irMii any oilu;r if thu du.iutous
diietsci "I Hie Htomnch or bnwoN, it is your
own titult if you remain ill, for J'o Bitters
aru a snvcri0'u romeily in all sucii cuui
jilitin'r. It )(Tu ie wssting awsy wi'li noy form
ofKiJtu-y (list'itse, bt tL'tnptln Dentil
this niDiutiut. aod turn f'r a cure t Hup
If you . ru Bick with tlmt turrililu sick
ness NfrvousQKis, )cu will dud l'Bilin iu
Oilend ' in tlie um of lln Bitters.
If you nre a frequenter, or a rt-sidunt of a
iiiisiiiiiio district, Imrricide your system
aniiifrt the suourHgo of all coiiutri-n ma
Uriiil, oiicilen.il', bili iut, aui intcrmitunt
ffveru by the use of Hop Biiter.
If you have MUh, pimply, nr -l!ow
akiu, b tii brent h, puiim and achiv, nJ f 1
miserable ijcncrally, Hup Bitters will tfive
you fair skin, riih blood, auJ swefttbt
breath, he.ilth and comfort.
Iu short they cine all disease of the
tomich, H' i to Is, BIohI, Livr, Kidues,
Blight's Disease. $.100 will bu paid fr a
case they will not cure or help.
That p .ir bedridden, Invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, csu bo made the pic
ture of lieilth, by a few bottle of Hop
Ilittcis, costing but a triilc Will you let
tlnm suffer? Ci)
HAS BEEN PROVED
Thn SUREST CURE fOI
. a - Jl.Jaauul Mlia In fl
DOM a lame oaoa oru.--
aata that you are a noum r w
ttEfllTATBi nae Kidney Wort at onoe, (drag,
glata rooomraend lt) and lt will tpeadlly ow-
oona the a'.aeaae ana ratio u"j
I nrllna For oomplalnu peouUar
LQQICSe to your acx, auchaa pain
and woakneawt. Kidney-Wort la unaurpaaood.
ae it will aot promptly and aofoly.
vuvHo t.mmiihmm MtAMtinn nrurine.
brloi dilator ropy depoalta, anddull dragging
paint, all apoedily yield to lta curative power.
tx. anr.-n c ALT. MlTTnOTflTfl. Prlee II.
ip(nitflar"alwtiaob I'io Ionic
'out for i bv tut lo Increaxo
their uam Iiik". nnri In time
incc imo won toy i tiiiiae wno
do lint linpr..vo ih irnpir-
tunitiua r main iu poverty.
We otTur i groat chance to inalto monuy. we wain
man men. -omin, hovt and ulrla i work lor na
right lirholriiwn local Ilea Any on ean do t lie
work properly fr in the firat s art. ih hue n
will pay mTe th n ten timet ordinary wages Ks
tianiiveiiuin f.irtil-hed f et. No "nu who untia.'ea
fat to make money rnp rllv. Tun can dev le
your whole tlm t' 'be wick, or onlv ymir pa e
tnomi'iiti. Fail luforinition and a I fat It neudud
tent frro. Addreat S TIN SON 4 CO. Portland, Me.
T f LKJXj
THK CAIRO ftULliETl.V.
'J rna ot - u tno ri p 1 1 on
lall oui' v ar r i-carrmr . , $13 01
vl percent r.lHOUMtll paid In advance!
Jai i.unuvea by null
Afi i kly, one year
Vmilv. S nintitha
tfClulii. oftlvu or more for Weekly Halietln at
li- Hinu, put year.JI SO
IMVAKIAKLT IN AUViNPK.
AH I'nairuMiilculionii tuoiiid he alrlrexed to
B. A. KUKNKTT,
Pilhilahur anrt Prnirwnr.
A PittsVursr, pHWiibniKer h:is obiervod
thai 01) pi:r cent, of tliu inoiiHy bo lends
is spent on itiloxieiuinir drink.
Ldward I'iixmhi Weion, tin former
elmiiipiuii )i-Jc.ii -inn, is now a ucceo
ful teinperanee leclurer in Loudon.
New Yi-rk City pity. i7.SMi,f(i.j a year
for its reii'ii"! airl .'-',i .')) for its
l'lvsiil'Mit Arthur is aid to have
canlit "tlio iari't S'llinon ever takeu
witli'a fly on this i-"tit in.-m."
UnsMa bar thirty-tlirec suhoola in
wbioh to uilnc.vc in.'ii to tuanaH and
operate ruilw a;. ,
Tliu niu-ie for a ??iind:!V uiix'nt bull
firlit in Ariz. was provided by the
band of a Unit". I Suitos eavalry re.'i
riifiit. A ehnp in HaiTi-hu rtr isjrettiii"; ready
to tiii'. a i!':-. lieiievi-r b( is insiiKeii.
He can -p it Im.l' ts on tin- ed .-e of n
liati'ii.-t sixty f - t a win.
A Mi-oiiri q-iaek not only promises
to enr" n i--.il ea'arrh ;U one iiti!i!. hit
makes V.m a-toun li;i'' tatt aieiit tiiat he
wj! i c n i . i ! T i e.narrli and plajo it on
"11-. n.iai th riiit," lle aid, and flic
veil i.i'i'ii' mi the Lr""-e:" lie didn't
arrive. intu'i'ioii.s were nil rilit,
I'll t-1 v fa'i'ed m u:ee.fnily fonib.it
the Imli-d ) r tbat war (.:r''iel in tho
rnoon-ki-' -i .-iiiuhbery.
Mimhn- rii tow ns are not -w holly re
st ric'-'l to nnv t :it-si. Four months a'J
a dt-nsp Virginia forest covered the sito
of roeaiiont.il, which now has a popu
lation of i.'.'M). A cojI mine w:u the
There died at Lyons France, a eouplo
ofwpik a;'o. one Muie. Laeene, a
sistcr-in-iaw d (.,'aioillc Jordan, who
had in her joiith been a personal friend
of Mine. di Stael and Mme. Rccaruier.
Siie wa 10 j years old.
The champion oyster luitou on rec
ord is the Haldwirisvole (N. Y.) man
who ate two quarts of raw bivalves.
Cider and crackers iu corresponding
proportions accompanied the oysters to
their cavernous retreat.
An observer states thnt the best pro
duct of French vineyards is only 181
gallons of wine per acre. In California
it is 700 gallons, and in New York it is
reported as still larger. Even Canada
boasts of producing more w ine to the
acre than any portion of France.
The froth was blown from 250. 000,-0-00
worth of beer, being 95.00u.000 gal
lons, in this country last year, and the
probabilities point strongly toward the
belief that an equal amount was snugly
stowed away beneath the jackets of
A fruit-iirower placed tobacco-stems
around the trunks of peach trees, and
there is not the sign ot a borer iu auy of
the trees so treated. He set the stems
around the butts of the trees, and tied
them at the tops. It keeps off rabbits
as well, in wiuter.
What an vou looking around for so
much?" asked u Austin mother of her
16-year-old son, with whom she was
walking. "I am looking around on
your account." '-On my account?"
"Yes. I want to pick you'out a good
looking daughter-in-law." Ttxus Sit
ings. The applo industry in Farraington,
Maine, is a rapidly growing one. Tho
various tinus in that vicinity have put
up this season 11.000 gallon cans, 8,200
Uirc-quarr, and 300 two-quart cans of
apples, and evaporated 17 1-2 tons. All
tho fruit used was raised in Franklin
County, and brought good prices.
Some lady of Indianapolis, Ind.,
young, it is to be presumed, who signs
herself "A Constant Header," has writ
ten to a Cincinnati paper asking" "how
lon a lady would have to live in the
state of Ohio to enable her to he legally
married according to the laws of that
state?" Long enough to have some fel
low ask her.
A New Year's Day festivity in a Phil
adelphia hotel was a chase f r a grtmsed
' pig. The cellar of tho building was
u.sed fur the :ort, and all the partici
pants, except tin) pig, were bliudfolded
and their hands covered with lard. Hud
tho pig not crawled into a barrel and
given one of the men a sure thing on
catching him by up-ending the barrel,
the game, would not yet be finished.
Jvxperimrnts in potato culture during
1880 and 1881 on tho Minister farm and
dairy school of the Cork (Ireland) Agri
cultural society, show that potatoes
manured with large quantities of ammo
nical manures were nmong the first af
fected by the disease, while those
grown with phosphates were wholly
unaffected, though in proximity t
either side with diseased potatoes.
Hall chairs are now generally covered
in gilded leather, that known as Span
ish being tho most popular. Such a
chair may cost foi ty-fivo dollars if fin
ished in handsome wood." Au ordinary
drawing-room chair in embossed
leather end handsome frame will cost
thirty-live dollars, but both will have
the merit of being practically indestruc
tible. Queen Victoria has her own Parlia
mentary reporter, and whether she is at
Windsor. Balmoral, or in the Isle of
Wight, she is nccpuunted with the pro
ceedings of both houses long before any
of her sublets. On ordinary occasions
brief abstracts of tho debates tiro tele
graphed to her Majesty; but, should the
discussion be of exceptional importance,
fuller reports are sent nnd continued
dowu to the close of tho debate and tho
taking of the division.
When Mrs. M gave a package o(
datent French coffee to Bridget, tho
cook, she said; "Ilomember, Bridget,
that two bolls are necessary to make it
right." Bridget retired to tho kitchen,
but came again within a few minutes to
Mrs. M iu an apparently high etata
of excitement, "Sure, mum," the said.
boil in me life, nnd 1 don't intend to
have two ivry morniu', jist beknso yees
w ants yer patent French cofl'ee!"
Dentists aro said to bo adopting anew
form of bills, invented by one of their
number, which consists of a lithograph
ed cut representing the human mouth,
upon which the individual dentist indi
cates with red Ink precisely the work
do'un for the individual patient, who is
thus enabled to verify every item at bis
leisure. This is obviously a happy
thoiiirht Invented by Willio" Winter in
the New York Tribune.
An Austin young man has been bor
ing a young lady with his attentions for
some time pa-t, although on various
and sundry occasions she had given him
to understand that ho was distasteful to
her. A few evenings ago he assured bet
that ho was anxious to fullill her every
wish. "Is it reallv a fact that, you will
do whatever I nsk of
slightest wish is law. eonimnml me
and I obey." "Well, then, 1 wish you
would scu if you can induce my mother
to marry you. She is a widow, and is
not as particular about whom she mar
ries as I am."
While a lady was recently lying ill in
New York City, and her life was des
paired of, the doorbell rang loudly, and
as the door was opened a sowing ma
chine agent bounced into the hall. He
loftily demanded the oresence of "the
lady of the house." He was told in a
whisper that she was not expected to
live, and that three physicians were in
an upper room consulting about her
case, "All the better," said the agent
advancing toward the stairs, "probably
I can sell her a sewinir machine while
they are chinning. She couldn't leave
anything more useful to her children."
Comparatively little is known or
heard of the silk industry of Central
Asia, but a German contemporary states
that the growth of Russian influence in
Turke-tan has contributed to tho devel
opment of the old-established silk man
ufacturers of that country. There aro
now in Samaicand 110 houses where
weaving is carried on, nnd there are 800
workpeople in all employed in silk
manufacture, including spinning, etc.
There has uot been any notable im
provement established in the style of
manufacture, which remains the same
as it has been for centuries. Much of
the gain, however, is said to goiuto the
prolits of Russian t-peculators, the
weavers themselves remaining poor.
A Royal Visitor.
"I have bad a visit 'from the Marquis
of Lome," writes a Dou?lass County,
Nebraska, farmer. "Along with Jiila
were the Princess Louise aud suite.
They came up to my house and stayed
for three hours, and the Princess took a
sketch of my whole place farm house,
stalling, wire fence, and all tho trees I
had planted myse! about three years
since. The Marquis and Princess both
shook hands with me when they came
up, but did not say who they were for
more than an hour. He asked me where
I came from. I told him from Scotland.
He said he was a countryman of mine.
I asked him how long he" had been in
this country. He said four years. I
said: ' Where have you been putting
yourself?" He said "lie had been iu
Canada. I have a largo picture of the
Prince of Wales and the Princess of
Wales in a frame. He looked all around
the room, aud tuen said;' "You have
got my wife's brother here.' I said:
Your wife's brother. Do vou know
who that is. sir?" 'Yes. I do.' he said.
Then I ran out of the house to look at
the Princess Louise, for I had seen her
before. Then I said: 'Is it possible I
am talking to the Marquis of Lome and
don't know it?' Then I was ashamed
of myself after the way I had spoken to J
him aod be laughed at me and told me
mjjueu at me ami loin nie
the Governor-General of '
that he was
Canada. Then he asked tue what family
I had. I said I had two sons here,
eighteen and twenty years old. 'Then.'
said he, 'if you will send theru over to
me in British Columbia, I shall give -ou
320 acres of the best land that is n that
country for nothing.' He took my ad
dress and asked me if I would come. I
said I would think about it. So since
he went I had a letter from him last
week to see if I had made up my mind
to come, and he sent me about 400
pamphlets to distribute among farmers
in my neighborhood. I have given tho
conversation as spoken by the Marquis
and myself, but in very broad Scotch."
How a Danish Judge Checked Perjury,
A Danish Colonial magistrate, for
whose exceptional character and ability
we can vouch, says the London Specta
tor, once made a grimly comic experi
ment in this direction, and upon this
principle: He was appalled by the end
less perjuries committed in eases before
him, determined to 6top them, aud did.
He, of course, said nothing of his meth
od, but an English friend seated beside
him on the bench noticed that whenever
a witness told a palpable lie he jumped,
He asked the reason, and the magistrate
after a caution, revealed his secret.--"My
orderly stands behind the witness,
and whenever I put my left hand to my
ear that indicates the evidence is false,
and be runs a pin into him." It is a
well-known fact to the many who will
recognize this story that the ".sting of
conscience" in this material form proved
effectual, and that tho magistrate, who
died honored throughout Denmark, in
three years turned an Alsatla into one
of the most orderly and law-abiding
communities. Ho could always get the
A Railway Oar Like a Canal,
A peculiarity on our train to Lexing
ton was the locking of the car door tt
every station. Our car load was bound
for Lexington, but we did waut to get
out occasionally, so the country folks
could seo the latest style in traveling
clothes for ladies aud children, but it
was no go, and in we stayed, aud tho
men of ihe load did the swearing for us.
"Why," said Dickey, ns we poked
our heads out of the windows and look
ed whore wo could not go, "is this car
like a canal P"
'Because there la a mule on tho tow.
path." said I.
"Wrong," said she; "tho answer is
because it is locked and dimmed."
No dressy toilet is now considered
cc.jplete uuless a fancv muff is added,
matching the dress and bonnuU
Rattib Cheek, Micu , Jm". 81,1873
Ge.nilemen llavinjf been (11 cted for a
cumber oi yeaitiwitli imiii stion ami ceo-
Ml debility, by thu advicw of mv doctor I
uned Hop Bitters, and must say they nlT rd
ed me almost iuntant re.ief. I um ulud to
be able to testify iu their behalf.
Tlios. G. KN X.
V'A coward cau bu a hero at a dig
tance; prenaico o! danger tests prcscuceof
mind." l'ltseneM ot uisHH-e test the value
of a curative. Kii.'ney-Wort challcnL'es ih
test alwaxa and everywhere, so tar as all
complaints of the bowels, liver and kidneys
are concerned. It cure an, nor mhRs any
f-gExplicit directions for every use are
given wiih the Diamoud Dyes. Fordjeiug
.Mossis, brasses, r.ggs, Ivory, Hair, i&e.
The eurpritting mjcci bj of Mrs Lvdia
E. PinkliHin's Compound fir the several
iiiseiHBH peculiar t. women forcibly i 1 dm -trttcs
the importance of her beneticienf
discovery and the firt i tint alio knows how
to make thu iifrst of it. Dr. Haskell.
Sleepless ni'hts ma le miserable bvll at
teiriblc coiiiih. Shili h a Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul O. Schuh, agent. (3;
Never Give Up.
If yuu aro sulTorin with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, gener-d
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany diseiise of a biliou
nature, by all meiiis procure a bottle ol
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised lo
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
yu will be inspired with new life;streiigth
and activity will return; pain and misery
wpl cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Hirry W. Schuh. (5)
Farmehs and others desiring a (.'entcl,
lucrative agency business, by which $3 to
fiOadaycan be earned, Send addrc." ht
onre, on postal, to V. O. Wilkinson & Co.,
10.j and 197 Fuiton street, New lt.rk.
Higbt'st Prize Port Wine.
The best wiue iu the c-uotry, that took
the hiehest premium at the Centenuial, is
Sp'.er's Port Gnpe Wiue, wheh has be
come the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine and his P. J. Brandy
Hre uow beintr used by physicians every
where, who rely upnn them as b-ing the
pureet to be had. It is unsurpassed for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine- For Sale by Paul G Scum.
tfticKien 8 Arnica Salve
The Beet Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all bkiu Eruptions, aud positively
cures Piles. It is L'uarauteed to pive per
fect satisfaction, ormout-y refunded. Price
2,r) cents per box. For gale by Geo, E
To all who sre suffering from the errors
snd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak-
oes-s, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cr-e you, fiiee
0P ciiauoe. i ins great remedy was
discover"! by a minister iu South America.
Send a i il-addressed envelope to the Uev.
JostPicLiT Is man, Station D., New York
Catarrh Cured, h'alth and sweet breath
secured bv SUli h's Catarrh remedv. Price,
SOceutfNassl Injector free. Sold by
Paul jhuh. (4j
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped, xseglect frequeutl re
sults :n an Incurable Lung disease or on-
sumption. Jirown s Uroncnial J rocnes do
not disorder the stomach like cough sy.ip
, , , . . j- .r ., '
balsRI1!?' l,.nl H?1 ?,a:ctl' " t,,e ,,nl,:un'
ed Darts, allayinf' irritation, l'ivo relict in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Counlis, Catarrh, aud
the Throt Troubles which Singers nnd
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Trochts have been
recon.nieuded by physicians, and alwats
I give pertect svisiiicnon. Having oeen
tested i') wine ami consiam use ior neany
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited lank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold it 'i't rent a
To 'J he Wtst.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the dnect
and relmble route is via Saint Louij and
over the MifS uri Pncific Railway. Two
trains daily are run Iroin ihe Gr ind Union
Depot, Sunt Louis to Kuisas City, LunVcu
woith, Atchison, St. Joseph aud Omaha.
puliuian pilnre Sleeping Cars of the very
(keg; make are ait'iched to all trains.
At Kmsas City Union Dep.d, passengers
for Kftusns, Coloiadn, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia .connect with txpiess trams of nil
At Atchison, connection is made with
exnrets trains for Kansas aod Nebraska
At Omahs, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parlies enrouto to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior Hccomodntions, but beautiful
KCeneiy, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets. &c, of this
liue. which will be mailed free.
C. B. KisfiAN, F. CuAXin.Kit,
Ais't Guifl Pais. Agent, (len'l Pn Audit.
Il.Jutieu, O.H Heinneti. an St., Chicago,
HI , mye: "I find Brown's Iron Bitters to
be a'splc-nriid tonic, it euro I of of dyg
Dn. Hunk's Opkat Neuve Rkotoukb is
the marvel of thu ntro fur a'l nerve diseases,
All tils stopped free. Send to W Arch
nfreet. Pliiladclnin. Pa,
IBS2 BLHT FREE to any ad'lri-w. 180 (lliu.
traiK.mi.ir all kni.it of BRA8S GLBMati
SILVER and REED taiA5B ffi,
uli full Imtrudiona fcr forming aiija,dl.
WHAT r.nd HOW to parch..... trrma for
gold oral varplaliog, repairing, 4c. Will alto
W 21'1'"?'.0".' J'ar"t M 0rcluitr.
THE ROOT i 40NS MUSIC C0..CHICAG0.IUL
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our many otnr f'lictro-Oa fanir no. I Mrgnatlo
AppllnncM nnd (,..ttnMi nra InT.ilunl.le. ao.l a aura
aura tnr Neirmn l.iiilliy farnlytia. Eiileiiay. Kheuma
thill. Oarxirlii-d lin.in. Eilmuai l.n nr Loin of Vital
Enariry. MYiik Hiu-k. Kltln. y liiwiiaa. 1 'inn, Llfar and
Hromiirh C'omi.laim, Hf.d mo r.eaj,ftd to kjthib
ttx. Thw iu i.lUncd ara tl.a terjr lm-t Imuri.ted
and ant ra!y rillTnr. nt from Iwlla nnd all oturt. at thay
poilnr.ly Ktneoitp contlnunim rerrnta oltboui acid a,
eaualtiK no ao.e, n.-r Irritation of tba ak in ct o be
eorn at wora nt well .-a tani, and ara onlt norlranble to
tha wo.ror. Tba n.wr l rciiilata tn aa to mmtt tbe
different aOiirr of nl di.puH.'t ahara Eieclrlo and
Mugoetlt: trrntine-t It nt Uii-ptit Thoaa lor
Cure Impo:e,cy, c vi kal W: a k n ess . L cct r.'f ooo.to
Th'vC'ire wn aU lfe Tola. Our IfiTatrated
rampnlrt tar.- i i M,ii.-d pi.t1ci oo rtcelnt oi Soaote
ooatttva, or atcuroly w.u,aJ, Im,
Howard Electro-Mocnatic Inaolai, II parr air by mall.
American calva:;;o co.,
3 1 2 N. Oth Ct.. Ct. Louie, Mo.
A JJw ami en, allele 11 .tel. frijutitu; uti Lev,
.second mid Ilaliroud SlreuU.
rb PaMenier n.-nnt nt !, Ch'rn?n. f Lome
at' .tew uritaus; J niii., i vi,r,; wa-.tsh, Si.
Lotllt aud Paciuc; iiuu Muuntaiu bd1 Snuilieru,
M.ili ie and OUI.i; c air i and St. I.out.t Kaiiwavt
ard all Ju-t acroas ttie ureet; wlille the Stiiamhutti
liUiiiiii.il i nut one e..usre aisiam.
1 hii" lintel it beated hy xleam, Uai ttearo
LatiDdr). Hydraulic Elavator, film trie tall Bella
Automatic Kire-Alartnt. Hatha, alitolntely pure air
pi tIi-ci tywraiie aud comiitete aiipolotuiuuia.
Sniierh turuiaLliit;a; perfect amytce; and an no
Ii. T. TA.TtKH',It St 0,..raoMa
A week mad.-at u. me hy 'h tndtu
trluna. B, tt nee ueaa now lief, rt- the
tib ic tapital nut needed. 'e
will Hart yon Men, wnineil. boys
and glrif wanted evrrywhe e to work
lurua Novt i- I lie tune. Tun cao
work In apr e time it cue tour wlinle time to the
bua ne. No oilier bn-lue a will ay you nearly
a well No i oi an fail to m like eno'imiua pay,
by eiinmrfii.t.' at tine. Coa ly unfit and t 'rni True
t'niu'i mad.-Iat. eaallv. nnd bun. irably. Addruea
TKl'E J! CO., Aui;tita. maiLe
'WS tail VaVa&b
617 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A reffnlar Ofn.lunrtt of two medical
ffillf'Ki't, hat lMfii luuirrr nurnt'i'd In the tieal
rtipiit of t Mironlo. .Neevoim, Mtin and
IHloorl Dlseatct than any other tilivntelan In
Pt. l.oult, as city paM-n uly w ami all old rnl-di-ntt
know, t'oii'.iilt.illnif: nill.-eor Wy mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or lilt opinion
eotft notli I ii if . When IUslnc.iivrMi-nttiiYllt
tlie rlty .or treatment, ni'-illf liirt can lie tent
by mall or exprt n ervwhen1. Citr.ii.lp ta-et
friiaraiiteeil; where doubt exist lilt froukly
Hilled. CaU or Write.
N'rvmn Prcttration. liability, Mental and
Physical "Weakness, M .rcuriul and oth"r
affections of Throiit, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Flood Poiaonin-r, Skin AlfBC
tions, 0M Sores a"d UIoti, Impediments to
Marriage, Eheiimatisni, P.s. Spclal
attention tr. ef.-nca from over-woi'ked hraln.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases oiiiiing from Imrrudcnces.Exoessegj
Indulg'n.vs or Fxpnsnr'i.
It Is eli-i I lent Unit a phvsldnn paylnif
particular ali. utlnn to a pIh iif cne alliilna
Kri iil tklli. ami iIiv-.miiii In r. nul.ir praellce
al! over Um roiinirv kitnwiiiK IIiIl fri'.i.eiitly
reronini"iiil ch-.-h t . i the ol.lenli.illoe In Ane't'lea
where every known appliance lt retorted to,
and the prnvHd irei"il rt-ine.lii of all
ie and c.iniitrlet are ue.l. A w hole linusa la
nu'd fnrolliee pnnmtet. ini.l all are Irrnted with
tklll In a "xpecTiil niaiiueri and. knowing
wh.it to do no experiments nre made. On ac
count of the ioe.it li u m lit r apph Inir. tlm
charica nrn keel low, oflrn lower than Is
ri. in km, led hy uinert It vnti teeurc th kl'l
and in-t a apca.iy mid perfect 1 1 I'm cure, thnt la
Ihe Important mutter. J'niiipulcl, M pagea,
ciil lo any addicts free.
Flectnt cloth and pilt lilndln. Rented for 50
riMita In pottnue or riirreney. (iter nil y won
iterfu) pen plcliire-, ti neti. life ai llcleHon tlio
fnllnw'luf anlieet. W linmie niarry. who not;
h t I roi er aK" to mm i v. M ho inner) first.
Jahhooil, " oiii ii i. him, I. I'hvtlrnl iler.iv. Who
hoiild iiiHi.v. lion lite in ..I h.ipplt.r! innv be
tncreated. Th'ie mnrrled or rmiteniplatliia
lrrtnK t.nihl raitil It. It Miuht to he l'eaq
iiv all adult ci oh , llien k-!M luiiler lock ami
ke, . i'nptil ir c tli he I. .inii' i" iiI.dvc, hut paMf
rover mi, I 1WU pam a, !f5 cema hj mail, lu nioua
IN J i llluw. in i, Hint1 ilv cum fer all OmelmigM.
BUntfini', bmartinu nr l alnful B-niiaiitiiia ui Lhe
Oil QOrnr bottl. rersiilehyalldniif
r ' " ariatit. or nnt Iiv Kvpreae on ro-
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS IZU
tlraatnteniliiihraamonina. Any porOQ who will tat
1 pllleach nldht fmiu 1 to lSwaekamar b re"''rtd
toaonnd httlih, It aneh a thlnr ha noatlhla, Sold
ertwhaw", orwnk hy mall for Ullar ttumpa, 1. 8.
tloaaawn U., llvatea, Maae., fomtrly bnagot. Ma
1 ja (rtit(.ii iir'ifi, iivn j. fiuik oc runo, I
wa a. " .i t r .i7i ww -w I aalLi4al.U M
W K W K M U Iff II II
1111 VV 1L1U11 1J1JU 11 UU 13
IU II Bia uuu WKJ I
N'EV: ADVKHTISK M F.NT1.
Aak y nr mlik an to
rt II nryour milk In the
W R'tKN MlLit JAKS.
If the milk la pur tht
cream cau he aeeo In
i v. ry jar. If no c earn
la aern, it ia not aa It
thou d he ami needa tour
a tenth, ii The milk ia
cleuiiiT. aw'HCier ami pa-
.... .,..n.,.....H i. ... . tt'..
, nun ic. ,-ii 1 1, mi .tnr
e n Mill. .1.. rli.n mrw
oilier wny, They are need
In - II ihH Inreentl. a. and
H.u ...... n. ull .......
. u .ii.ii tl'tiea
.'"t r". Prico ''0 application
n urra rt., w York.
ri'l) AIA'E UTI s ItS..,,weat Hatea lor ad rill
. ,lx.'' :V"iA iiew-papiT- aent iree. Addreii
GEO. P. ItO.VKLl.JtCO,l(lb.1iiceSt..N.y.
iNutllllltl I't lv Aitrlt itlUlti Lt. II tvt UiC
our oi B;i-iuU. rtnik, h.h, i. fir, om nitm,
Duru Kym. Altri.uftttl Ii"catvi, ( atarth !.rM at
Appt-ll'tl, tifliitl I OMiilfttlilJ. ttifl 41. tilu1
MUtHMl, It ntitr full. AH 'Iriittiit iirl
eouuirr w.-r nit li. II. r. rm
A I ik. rriic1. t'ttMHirtiti, iu .-v-rv IUI,
Those deHirlmt to nmko mony
otmnuill und in.-iliioii iiivnaiuintita
in Bruin, pro.itona iiiui atoek
h ix-t-ii lit I ion e ti do solivopornt.
Iiiu mi niir plan, rroui .Mny I at,
to i he pr, sent. lute, nnlnvcat.
in ma of it lot i tl.iMlii.cabli proiin
iiiivB b.j.'n r. tiii.e.l nnd pni.l to in.
vn-toranmiiiintinj tiveiui tiuien
tbo or-.ntil iiiv. a'tnimt. Pr
paid Hiatof every niiiiitii, still leuv
tint tuo on ;t a! Investment mnk-iti'ItiKiii-vor
p nuiiio on demand.
J.x i Hint ir.- circular! utid Btu'e
MetifH of tund VV aent fre. Wa
waut rt'Snuiiaiblo a .- ta, who wi I
report on . r.)is and Introduce thu
pina. Liberal coniiuUaioua paid.
Major Mock, rhleat'o.Hl'
NO USE FOR THEM.
Concerning Certain Relics of the Past
Dnvrs that have Ind their Day.
(ieorije Sieib,in'n'a "Rocket," and the ninjinl
dent locomotive of to-day, are built upou the
aatne k.hiiiI prlnclj'lit, t thu machine with
which tho-ijreat engineer nt.r..nod bl n(ii, It iu
terealliiK now on y u it i lllnumtlniiol tbe btLin
slug of the Invmiilon. There ivcm planer- with
Uolealn .hem long iini'oru HKS'SON'S CA I't INK
FURORS I'LASiKK tiirirl-d both tke public
and the pbyeie.latia: it d luc t lu m b of the Cup
cine t fuuniled upon the partial aurcertua, or tbe
u.ter fallurta of lla prcdoccn. Evvrythftg of
vulae in the old poroti" pn-U-r ie retailed lu ita
Caprtut'; but as this p. .Ink n 1 .ompur-lon endi,
and coutran begin. F. f example:
The old pla era weie altw iu tbelr aciioti; tbe
Cupclne ti quick aud euie.
Tbe old pluter lacked tbe power to do more
than to Impart alight, temporary it 11. f in caea
cany of treatment; tbe Caprine penetrate! thu
eyatem and ptrtnuuently c'jrea tho troublei for
vtbUb it la recommended.
The old pla-tera depended foranyg'od remlia
they might attain up n an incident ofti.elr maker
and tbo naked f .!:h of tbo r weurera; the Benaou't
reaches iu ende by nv arnof tbe tclen'lflc Combi
nation of thu run! ni'dli ina Ingredient which it
In brier, the old p'attera, like Sepbcnim' dt
carded engine, are fwlirh'd iff be track, while
the Benaou'a .0 a on U wav winning golden opin
ion from all aorta o( people.
Vet imbisvery fact 11 the lotting danger to
tbe people who buy aud ute tbla reliable and 'i
entiflc rem-dy U porrl-y i the trllnite vice
payt to vlrt.u " Iml atio ila thn cone iou fail
ure n akcati euccea-, r.eioii'u I'laale.-a are pa
rodied lu nttmeand atyle.
Beware of awlndlta. The gerjnltie have tbe word
CAl'CNK put in tbecenier. I rl -e 23 cent.
bunhu y S .'ohni-on. ikeiuiata. New Y rk.
1 i nto a ponUlta romt-Jy i,r Hit. aliova illt. Hio; bj lia
I t Omntan-la of raunt of tlia weriit kind and of Inn
i. n.llnu havo bcn cured. linlMd,aniiranir it nir itliS
.11 ll.tctllrn..y, mat I wtllnclnl TWO liOTVI.K 1 KtlCK. lu.
oilier n-itlia VALI'AUI.B THbAl'ISK on tint Uianaau.ta
Uii tuflurvr. UlvaKtpr, una p. o. ail.tn-.t.
Dtt. T. A. oLUCL Jl, lei i'ouil Lt.. N. Tort.
Paylrg Stectta n-Bonds yielding
TEN Pc-KCENT. Per annnm, and over,
may obtain full partlc'ils, w th .atlfnct irv tcfer
encea ami leallii oillala, l.y Hddr aalli ? II. H' I -DKLt..
Fiii'l Aa'l, IS Cjugreee St., Bit ton, Ma. .
FARMER'S Kivs A D DAl'GII l'ERS
tir any cl'e Mini m Woe mi
CAN. M A K Kikk Mux
In Ca-h, workoig f nh mern-'in rr.er.
Addreat K A. K. HACK TI', Ft Wuyn-, Ind.
'.or all Pnlnn tioldlers laJPCJE: PC
dibbled in llneol duty. liUUnLMOL
fpculoii.LavsflQfilCnUV' a' and
,1 10 Li er.u. AilliLAilO ll unty to
.'ni.'ntnldiersrep .rteiliiiiMlTsas defccrtrr
H?PUAl)PEC i'Uocuuu. Aijly
LrJI0UIIiUl.O at once, send twoa.
cet t Humnt t 'ofOPOART CO.,
413 U bueot X, V. WasbJiik-tou, V, C.
Kiliteatcd and rracticol arowera nmr aitent to onr
motto " Tlint I lie further Nnrlh Ori-ils no
urotvn tlie t-nrller llieir product Mill lie."
vt e oner thla year a full line ot Muudard Potato ct,
true miiame, irrown on dry upland : Hcoti Ii yfe it J
Bluehtem litit ; White K11aa1at1O.it: i Umilya Cub
Inure, aaid to beimeweek earlier t'isn ll.ir y Voitt;mtr
NurlU Ktar Velloiv lltnt Corn atill t d. the lead, tn J
for liulder iaeiputl toa:y; of r.niiui aerd, toiiiatora.
rarrota, pane. Aic ke, a full l.ncni l-innicrop. all
J irrowthon our own fnnna. Wild III e for duck
ronda al way ton hnud f.r Kprhnr or K-tl anwlra;.
fib Annual fttalcven. Arm. 'I'. .If. fllf.Tt'AI.P,
U rower, luipor lerJV J obber, ftl. 1'aul. .itinu.
A I.enulnjl.ondnn rbya
eiio elll.)l.l.H It J
(Illicit l.i NotrVc-r I
lur thoCureof 1
I CPSLCPTIO F!T.
iw. th. Mntnn.lA (lttit nf Itnilnnl.tthn riakct a trn.-
ftalt of K.lopi y. hnt withmit dnii'jl trcutaU a id nui-il
! thun anvnlhcr living nltvtlrlit... 1. jriir,'Htt
kaa limply Iwanattonl.hlnai jiv heard of cctot 't
avar to Teara ttan.llng aui-aafrliy cur. -I hy hl-t. Ho
ana puhllthcil a il on IMa d.nc, wsich hi I'mlt
wlih alnrn bniilof hit w.inarfiilenro fren It y i- r.
f-ntrwhaiuayawndrbiilraaiiPffKaanil K.OAUdrea It
J Cil aolrtrV y.
Tea in in artMfcllHll