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)IA E. PINKHAM'8
I MUTABLE COMPOUND.
In a Positive ('urn
tboa Palaful Complaints lad Wenkaeaae
inmi t ear Vest faaial population.
I cine for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Preprd bjr Woman.
I I Ml ladital Dbsersry Wart lav. Da'a af Watery,
evlveethe drooping spirits, Invigorates and
ism the organic functions, Kit" elasticity and
i to th sup, restores the natural lustre to'
I plant on the pal check of woman lb f re 'i
life's spring and oar It summer tlin.
yticlani Uta li and Pretcribt It Freely "6
ove fatotniaa, flatulency, d-atroy sllcra-log
-mlniit, end relieves weakness of the stoma-h.
I fnWinj of bea-rtng down, causing; pain, weight
kuclte, U always permanently cured hy IU u
i run or Kidney (.'plaint of either tea
tbla Cainpovad la uaaurpaaard.
nr.. rik'iitW'M blood rntirirR
.elii-eta every vtiir. .if huncr. from llm
Hid ii.e tune and t-tnnirtli t' lha system, of
.jiiE '.r rlil.d. Jrolst on ha.lua; U.
he Compound and Mood PurifWsrs prepared
id M Wnv Avenue, Lynn, tfMa, Prtoaof
1 11. Ru l 111. fur t-V 8tit hy mall in the form
or of l.'Viiifn, nn receipt of prios, 1 per boa
r. Mra. Plnkhnm frwljr answers all letters of
KocloM etasnp. Send for panipl.l-t
mHvh-ul4 ha without LTD! t JL PINKFAMI
I ITT. 1.4 Thv enra (VihstlnaOon. tollmume---.
l-piilijfuf tlu liver. BwuH per U"t.
irHol&tT alll)nif-iet.-is (I)
irn.wl of llertnlKiid Mueilauihuua prod-
I4uiCli permeate the euba lance of the
expectorate ilia acrid matter
.aocUM ti.a bronchial iulw,undfrmia
llkliig coating, which relieve (be Ir-
Itou lii.it oiut li.e eougu, it clean
nna;aof all Impurities, atrriifrthroa
iinurncuiocuirii u j uiaeaer, luvufor
ue circuialiua of U. Llood, and braces the
'issynietn. !-lle;ht cold oftrn cud til
uniptlon. It la danecroui to nrsle-tl
li. Apply I lie remedy promptly. A
Iftvr-ity yesr warrant the assertion thnt
i medrhaiem hem found thnt laaa
l.iVtiiuueirwtaaaTUTT's f XPECTFJR&NT.
lule do)o raise liie pltlrRiu, subdues
uma'.ion.ana ra uj ep-p-eoiivcnres the rnoi
.ateoouKh. A plraaant cordial, ehll-
takn It reailllr. For 1'rotiD It la
liluahle and a lioul.f k in every family.
in air, ann m noirir
T DIRECTLY ON THE LIVER.
urn Itilll aud t ever, lyirpala,
k Headache, HUloua l'ollr,lonatlia
Li. KhumaUm,l'ilea, I'aliittatlonof
Heart, llitlueaa, Torpid I.lrer, and
uale lrrenlarltlea. If yoa in not "le. I
wun, a aini'le pill atimnlatr tlitKtomiich,
tvlhc"r,,it,i!nnartaT:iror to tl.ey'tm.
NOTED DIVINE SAYS:
it. utt: Dir .Mri t or t-n ytnra X litvi
i a martyr to Pypepia, C mujutinn an.l
t. Liiat apringyonr pillt were recotnuienrte I
io: I uatd llieui (l.ut it b little faiUj). J am
k a troll siun.iiuva poml apptile, diftiu:i
rrrt, roifomr e'rj, r.ua gore, aud 1 have
ied forty poumIiiia Ccnh, liny are wot th
KKV. It. 1.. tilMPPON', r.ouliTllle. Kj.
OfBcf, S.I Murray tut., Sew York.
IHl. TI TTS MAM A I. of I acfull
tocelpta I'HJU on appUcallou.
f jnu are sick Hop Bitters will surely
Mature iq miikinu; you well when ull
U f yu are corttive or dyspeptic, or arc
llerin from any other of tliu uumvroui
oasts of the stomach or lioftuKit is your
n fault if you remain ill, for Uop Bitters
a Bovengn rcruwty in all such com-
If you are wasting away with any form
Kulnvy diHeajf, ttt'ip tcmptuiL' Death
is monp-nt, anI turn for a cure to Hop
If you .re sick with that tcrrihlc sick-
sa XervoiiKuiiss, you will tind a "Halm in
load ' in tho uho of Hop Bitters.
If you tire a frequenter, or ft resident ot a
ismntic district, barricade your system
aiust tlm scourau of all countries ma-
ml, epedeiiiie, bilious, and inlrrtnitciit
vers by the use of Hup Bitter.
If you have rou'h, pimply, or sallow
tiu, bad breath, pains and schus, ami feel
UHcrablo yeuerally, Hop Bitters will pive
iu lair skin, rich blood, and sweetest
eath, health and comfort.
In short they euro all diseases of the
much, Bo'vels, Blood, Liver, Kidney,
ii?hts Disense. $500 will be paid for a
o they will not euro or help.
That poor bedridden, invalid wile, sister,
Other, or daughter, can be made the pic-
re of health, by a few bottles ol Hop
Jitters, costing but a trifle. Will you lot
)icm suffer? ' (2.)
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CF
Ho othnr dlaeaaa la ao vraralant In thla eoun-
trr aa OitmU nation, and no ratnedy haa evor
aqaitlled the celebrated Kidney. Wort aa a
E onra. Whatever the euuae, however obettnata
nth eiuM, U1 remedy will overoome It.
nil 1TQ THIS Olatnxainir eom
rllitOl tslalnt la very apt to be
oampUoated wlthoonatlpatlon. Xldnoy-Wort
trengthena the weakened parte and quiokly
ourea all klnda of Pile avail when pbyalolaiu
and medlotnea have be foro fulled.
t you nave aiinor or tnoae troumwi
PRIC$I. WE PruKKlaWollfl
pnnilcnrnlwaaon lltr look
out for cunnt'fia to Incrrami
their uaiuliiBO, and In lima
lincomo wuallhy; llioee who
ilo nut Improve thvlroppnr
tmiltlna r ii main In tinvartv.
Wo on'er a gnmt chanco to nuko money, wo want
many men, wotnau, Imya and slrls to work lor us
rluht In i tiolr owa local Itloa Any one ran do the
work properly from the flret Hurt. The hiialneii
will pay mrro thn ton timet ordinary wagaa, Ki
pensive outfli furnished freo. No nua who aiiilSKO
fat a to. make moniiv rau'dly. You can rlovute
your whole tlm" to the work, or onlv yottr apait
momenta. Pull Information and all that I needed
ent free. Addreea HT1M BOM CO. Portland, Me.
THE CAIRO MLLKTIN.
DAILY A.HD WERKLY.
'1 ermi ot bilbauriptlon.
raRa or roTaui:
jll ou yrar b carrier ...i u 01
('i percent, diacount 11 paid la advance )
Dal v, one year liy mall jo 00
Uaily.one ruontt . i oo
Weekly, one yoar. H M ,,,, y yi
Wcely.fl mouthi u W
t1-t:iuhoffiteor more for Weekly Unllutln al
liv time, per yi'r,$l Al)
IMVAIIIAHLT IM ADVaMCa.
AM ('owmutilrallone should le addresned to
K. A. BUKNKTT,
Publisher and Proirlvtor.
The Nfiw Eulatid Fatjiera.
The diameter of the New Knlnntl
fathers was well defined in a poem by
Allen (i. Spooner, delivered before the
New Knlnnd ('lub ihiriy-sevon years
ao. Herewith in an extract ndaiive to
Sabbaths and the (junkers:
"OnSunihiy hi honsf was still an a mouse
Tho tilKhwiiy iilumM as iilct :
The thurth- BMii'ti ttoul ciitivltl tho lojr wbo
And (rsve bun th: stork mid Ur.v ij-t.
Tho duty then, for tx a"!. wif,.. mid men,
Win to htlinr alx ilaya out of ncvgii:
On the wveiiih, in the tu st of their lopveiy
To work harder to Ret Into Ili aven.
Koil' cmh'T ordiir, lieu' ivim. cun-iHiit In
Hut the tlirllt. i.ll thr Him ki pt a iiilut;
And In iiihium of triulc. a ImrKain win
llii-u tin e wi n- aid like a fluii.
ItitiuVHtionn In tiuth they npi.owd inilo deal bi
At Hi" l.'illtn tml Ihet
I hey iii Htfieu trm poor
With iIci imoii hihI in rf, they ciiippeil hers
lie' enl .
And li lt ilioy w. re xei vinK their Milker."
Row flook a CanvaB-Baek Duck.
To roitfl a canvas-bnek duck: Pluck
the tl tick, eei pt in- and head. Cut
off the iiii'. Draw tint whole insido
mid indpipe. I'm alcohol in hinall Hat
pui; set lire to it, and hold the duck
over the flame one minute. 'lean the
duck by rubbing w ith a dry clolii. Cut
off the neck and head. Ttike tin skin
off the liea.l, and remove the eyes. Tut
the head itiide the duck, with the end
of tho bill jtijt sticking out; season in
side with bait and pepper, and truss in
the ordinary faihion. Tho web feet tiro
not cut off. Hoast on the spit for about
fifteen minutes, few minutes more or
less, according to size.
To broil a canvas-back duck: Clean
as for roasting. Split thn duek on tho
back, season, and anoint with sweet oil.
Put the duck in a double gridiron with
hinge. Cook over a very brisk lire for
about twelve minutes. W hen placed on
a di-h jKJtir over it nicked butter, with
leiinin juice, salt, pepper and chopped
To serve a canva.vback: Canvas
backs should be served on hot plates,
and eaten as soon as taken off tho liru.
Serve with them currant jelly, fried
hominy in round or oblong shape, and
celery salad. Spirit of the Tinus.
Mr. Greeley's Paper.
Passing down New spaper Row in New
York city, one morning, the late Horace
Greeley met one of his readers, who
very excitedly exclaimed, "Mr. Greoley,
after the article you published this morn
ing, I intend to stop your paner!" "O.
no," said Mr. Greeley, "don't do tbatP
"Yes, my mind is made up: I shall stop
the paper." Late iu the afternoon the
two met tigaiti, when Mr. Greeley re
marked, "Mr. Thompson, I am very
glad you did not carry out your threat
this morning." "What do you mean?"
"Why, you said you were going to stop
my paper." "And so I did; I went to
the ofllce and had it stooped." "You
are surely mistaken. I have just 'come
from there and the press was running
and business was booming." "Sir," said
Thompson, very pompously, "I mean I
intended to stop my subscription to your
paper." "O, thunder!" ejaculated
Greeley; "I thought you were going to
stop the running of tho paper and knock
me out of a living. My friend, let me
tell you something; one man is just a
drop of water in the oeeau. You didn't
set the machinery of this world in mo
tion, and you can't stop it and when
you are undernoath tho ground things
upon tho ground will wag on just the
same as ever."
To Cure Gold Feet.
People who write or sew all day, or
rather those who take but little exercise
nitty warm their cold foot without go
ing to tho tire, says the Philadelphia
Ledger. All that Is necessary is to
stand erect and very gradually" to lift
one's self upon the tips of the toes, so as
to put all the tendons of the foot at full
strain. This is nut to jump up and
down, but simply to rise-- the slower the
better upon tiptoe, and remain stand
ing on the points of the toes as long "as
pos-blc, then gradually coming to the
natural position. Bepeat ihis several
time-, and b the amount of work the
tips of the toes are made to do in siis
taitiing the bodv's weight a villieiriit
and lively circulation is set up. KWn
the half-frozen car driver can carry this
plan out. It is one rule of the "tSwed
isli movement" tysicm; and, as motion
warmth is much belter than lircwaiin
ing, persons who .stiller with cold feet at
night ran try Ihis plan just, before retir
ing lo rest.
Space iu the Universe.
The ncmest of thelixedstttrsis Iwenty
trillions ('JiUhmi.iuhi.uiiii.imhi) of miles
distant from us. Tin; next iu distanco
is four times farther removed. If we
tttenipt to fix an average tlislaneo for
the surrounding group of lixed stars
nearest our sslcni, wo rotild not safely
give il a radius of lc.v than four hun
dred trillions of mile,-, Yd uliat dott'i
this iuvolvei' Light, which rnaehes us
from I he Mm in eight end a half mii
titcs, would take seventy years in its
journey across this stist domain of
npiift'. It' the voluini) of space Included
.within our solar system were occupied
with one lingo sphero of ,',(iO(,(ioiil(KiO
miles diameter, even such a mighty
muss would bu but aa a Hunting feat her
Iu tho mnrveloiw spread of empty spacu
Murrotinding. This space would contain
twenty-seven hundred trillions of mtuh
Hphereh, nntl would contain the material
contents of our solar system a number
of times Indicated by tho ligure 5 with
twenty-two ciphers annexed,-- Vit7.
Tho cobweb stylo of penmanship
among young ladies Is no longer declar
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3 1883.
A Btory of Henry Clay's Time.
Tho other day, says a Washington
correspondent of tho New York vorld,
I encountered a nice old lady who talk
ed delightedly about tho mother of Sen
ator Bayard. "Sho wan tho pretti
unt croaturo in tho world, aim Mr.
Clay admired her beyond every
thing. One night at a White House re
ceptiou Mrs. Bayard was on Mr. Clay's
arm, nnd the young daughter of an old
friend of Mr. Clay's came up to them.
'What do you think?' said Mr. Clay,
pinching the girl's car, 'this naughty
child refused to kiss mo to-day.' 'What
a simnleton!' said Mrs Bayard. Miss
Malpert burst out laughing, Mr. Clay
smiled, tho surrounding circle caught
the infection, and Mro. Bavard dropped
the great man's arm and llew out of the
room covered with blushes and confu
sion." a e
A Matter Tor Precaution.
The choice of a wet nurse is no light
task, more especially since modern re
search has shown the far-reaching re
sponsibilities of the position. Darwin,
having studied tho question for several
years, and being informed that a child
uttended by an Hibernian woman hum
med at 12 months "The wearing of The
Green,'' and on reaching the age of 5
denounced the Lord Lieutenant as a
bloodthirsty British peer, expressed a
decided interest in further testimony
that experiments with Lnglish nurses
were followed in a healthy male when
the child had reached the years of ado
lescence, by a breaking out in check
suits, and by ilicu-eof "yM-s!" "yass!"
in reply lo all interrogatories In view
of these re-nits, I he government has
not acted a nioinciil loosoon in averting
the disast' r- ol Chinese lactation from
our heart and homes.
The Rock "El Capitan.'1
One tise of the great rock is that of a
ila;! of shelter. During a recent sum
mer the jarring of slight earthquake
shocks in the Sierras precipitated ntany
rooks down the mountain sides, and for
a time the lives of the miners were much
endangered. Dr. Cuyler asked thcin:
What did you do, tllcn?" The reply
was: "We took shelter under YA Capi
tan. For we thought that if once KI
Capitan came down the world would
come to an end." Nor was their cou
tideiice misplaced. There II lines, 3..SIK)
fe t high, a mighty mabs of granite,
leaning over and sheltering the vallev
beneath, but itself linked in hack with
the Sierras. Who would not rest safe
In the shadow of such a rock? But, my
brother, we point you to-day to a Kock
mightier than El Capitan. Here is a
shelter which is more secure now, and
will endure when the mountains are
melted with fervent heat. It is a place
of shelter often sought in uiauv lands
for centuries. Who has sought it iu
vain? lit. l IL KaoH.
A Cure for the Stage-Struck.
"Have you ever any odd applications
for places in your company Mr. Back
us?" asked the reporter of the famous
comedian, now turning gray, but still
humorous as ever.
"I have," ho replied.
"Will you describe it?"
"An aristocratic lady in a coach
drawn by blooded horses drove up in
front of my theater one day. Sho lived,
on Fifth avenue aud was very wealthy.
She inquired for my office aud then went
up to it. I said '(.lood-dav, madanic,'
She said 'Good-day, Mr. Backus, I've
come to see you about my son, our only
child. We don't know w hat to do with
him. He gets drunk, comes home nnd
kicks in the doors, fights roosters, goes
to ratpits and to see pugfrists right.
Now he forgets his father's name. We
don't care what becomes of him, so I
guess we'll have him to join your com
"Well, madaine," said Mr. Backus, "I
wtnild advise you to take him to Harry
Hill's, to race courses, to the Madisou
Square Garden, to Saratoga and Bos
ton. Show him the Bunker Hill Monti
ment. Take him to the top of the monu
"Well, Mr. Backus, and what shall I
do with him then?"
"Throw him off."
A'. 1'. Journal.
An Anecdote About Wagner.
A curious anecdote about Wagner is
going the round of the Parisian press,
and it is given as on tho authority of
Count Beust, the late Austrian minister
iu London. The eminent diplomatist
w as somo yours ago president of the
council in Saxony, whero ho received a
visit from Wagner. The maestro ow
ing to the share he took in the troubles
of 1849, had been obliged to fly to tho
kingdom, and hud just taken auvantago
of tho amnesty to return.
"Thoy toll me," said the count, "that
your friends are getting up an ovation
for you. Countermand it, it will only
lead to unpleasantness."
"What! ask ml tho composer, "does
not the court of Saxony like my music?"
"Music has nothing to do with the
matter. But, you know, you took part
In tho events of 1819."
"Oh!" said Wagner, "is that allP Do
you Ntill think about that, little misun
derstanding?" "Excuse me," interrupted the minis
ter, "von call that 'a little misunder
standing.' I have hero In my archives
a document, signed by you 'Bichard
Wngner' iu full, proposing to burn
down the royal palace."
Wagner has a reputation for extra
ordinary coolness lo use the mildest
term; but in the face of this unexpect
ed reminder even ho could find no an
swer, and nothing more was heard of
the "ovation." Poll Mull (hwtfr.
Even English generals are guilty of
miserable mutual jealousies. It Is tin
open secret that tit ono period in tho
Egyptian campaign both Humloy ami
Genortil Willis woro barely on spouking
terms with General Wolscley. Now,
Gonoral Hamley has written an article
in tho Nineteenth Century to show that
Kir Garnet was entirely wrong when he
described tho first division, commanded
by General Willis, us having bomo the
brunt of the lighting at Tel-el-Ke-bin
Tho National Ibtsc-Uull Lciiluo has
iidmltted Now York nnd J'hllitdolphltt
Hubs, to membership In pltieo of tnoe
of Troy and Worcester.
MoTHEits Don't Know. How many
children aro punished tor being uncouth,
wilfull, and indifferent to iostructionu or
rewards, simply because they aro out of
health I An intelligent lady said of a child
of this kind: "Mothers should know that
if they would give the little ones moderate
doses of flop Bitters for two or three weeks,
the children would bo ull a parent could
Millions Given Away,
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, hava beeu given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store aod get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Highest Prize Port Wine.
The best wine in the country, that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Spier's Poit Grape Wine, which has be
oouio the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine and his P. J. Brandy
aro now being used by physicians every
where, who rely uprm them as being the
ptirest to be had. It is unsurpassed or
weakly females, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine. For Sale by Paci, G Schcm.
Sleepless nights made miserable bytrat
terrible couch. Shiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, agent. (3)
"-""A c.i ward can be a hero at a (lis
tsnee; presence of danger tests presence of
mind." Presence ol disease test thetalua
of a curative. Kidney Wort challenges this
test always and everywhere, so fur as all
complaints of the bowels, liver aud kidneys
ate concerned. It cures all, nor aks nny
ff'Explicit directions for every use aro
given with the Diamond Dyes. For dyeing
Mouses, Grasseii, Eggs, Ivory, Hair, &c.
How to Avoid DrunkenneHs.
Forbid intoxicating nostrums tnd use
Parker's Ginger Tonic iu your family. This
delicious remedy never intoxicates, is a true
blood and brain fud, and aiding all the
vital functions oevu fails to iuvigorate.
"The surprising success of Mrs Lydia
E. Pinkhara's Compound for the several
diseases peculiar to women forcibly illus
trates the importance of her beneb'cient
discovery and the fact that she knows how
to make the most of it. Dr. Haskell.
KticKien s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bhcuni, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions., and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to fcive per
fect satisfaction, or inouey refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For Bale bv Guo. E
Catarrh Cured, health aud sweet breath
secured by Sbih.il' Catanb remedy. Price,
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
Paul G. Schuh. (4i
H.JuneU, 65-4 Heinneman St., Chicago,
IU., says: "I find Brown's Iron Bitters to
bo a spleudid tonic, it cured of of dys
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
. Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth i It so, go at once aud get a bottle ot
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; tliero is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will tiot tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, aud
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
To The West.
There are a Dumber ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
sod reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over tho Missouri Pacific liailway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the very
tic est make are attsched to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, cimueitioti is made with the
Overland train for California,
This line offers to parties enrouto to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
nnd superior accomodations, but beautiful
fccnery, as it passes through the fmeBt por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will he mailed free.
0. B. KlJtNAX, P. C'rf ANDM'K,
Ass't Gcn'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
D)i. Klink's Ghkat Neiivk Bkstoiikk is
tho marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All tils stopped free. Send to Oil I Arch
street. Pliiladelnhi. Pa
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS fM
Blood, and wilt onmpletelir ebanc th e blond la I he en
tire system In three inonllia. Any peiwoa who will take
1 pill earlt nlah t from 1 to 1 week may be reitnred
to sound health, If aueh a thine be poaallila. Holder-
Srywhera, or sent by mad 'or 8) latur stamp 1. ft.
uaneon A Cv., Beetvn, Mae, fenaerb biutvt, M
h R007&SQNS MUSIC C0'3
NEW 90-p. BAND CATALOGUE Poll
1882 BENT FREE to any lldrVi, 180
SILVER aud EEED Instrument, together
With full initmrtina fnw ftwnl.. U T Al
vliniin aftit . ...ih.i - i ...
WHAT and HOW7 to pnrcbaaei tern for
gold orsllvor plating, repairing, &o. Wlllalso
"Hi, "i' ou, hanii ""' OrchMtru
P- ll,trt Popular music. Addrear
THE flOOr SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAG0.IIX
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And onr mnnr other Flectra-Oa'Tsnlc and Maenatlo
cure lor Nervous Ix.l.llltr Paralysis, Kidlensy, rtheuma
tlim. Ovnrorlil bruin. Sihmistinn or L f Vital
AiipitBDww anil 1'irmonis ..re invuiiisnie. aod a sure
f.neriry, Weak Buck, Kliln.y plaeuae. I link. Lier and
Htomarri (;omi)lalnts. and ura iiiiantml tu vituci
tt. Tbew m nl lunula urn the .rjr latest Improved
and entirely dlffirnt from tlts end sll others, as thel
pnsltlvulr k'enHrsie rontlnmxis cerrrnM without acids,
causlnM no sores n.-r Irritation of th skln-oen he
worn at work ns well rest, and ar onlr noticeable to
the wearer. The pnwer Is remilatert so as to meet tb
different slam's of all rli , where Electrlo and
Mimuetlc treatment Is ol benetil 'I nuse for
Cure Impoteo, Seminal Weakness, Lost Manhooo,o
They Cure when n'l elae fnila. Our Illuatrnterl
Pamphlet sm in i.,il i,i.o,e ou receipt ol Scant
posttttfu, orsfcciircly i.i ,-- l. (mi.,
liowurd EIctro-Mnre,tic lusolei., II pari air bt mall,
AMERICAN CALVAMIO CO.,
318 N. 6th Bt.. 6t. Louis, Mo.
A New ami Linupntu II itol, ftonliug on l.evm
second and Hallroad Streets,
Tte Pui-suiiur l) imt ol ihc Clurattn, M. I.unls
Bi d .it'W Orleans: I.Iiuole Central; Wahaeh, (St.
Lome and FarlUc; ItuuMountulu and Koathuru,
Mobile iii.rl Ohio; fair.) and M. Lmns Railways
are all Just acroee thu atreut; while the Steamboat
LuDditiu is Imt ono sijniin: dlrtant.
This Hotel la heated by Btvam, has eteam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, KUtctrtc l.'ull Hull.
Automatic Klre-Alarma. Hatha, absolutely pure air
ported sewerage and complete appointments.
Snperb furnishing; perfect service; aud an nn
I P. VA-KKTOU ,V (O.Jjnaeof.e
rK sasa -Auui'kmiilnst lionie hv tia imlii.
mi" I'rl'M". Jlcet Dtiaineee Dtiw liftire the
J 1 "P. lr. Capital not needed. We
n) I Jwlll start you Men. women, boys
n huu tf inn warned rverrwDein lo work
" . . , inn iniiu. iiiu can
tvork in epr-e time, or irivo vour whole time to the
rwia m.HM V,, ...I,.. k. I .... u .. III . .
D. . .iu, -i ifiiriuc-rp nil) ibt villi lieHriy
a nrii u i)l II l.au HI I to III IIKU Ittllirlnoll pay,
by en ire .Hiii! a once. Cosily outfit end terms fr0e
.iioot v inniii- inn, ensny, una nonoramy. Aildross
inn a Atliiiiein. miiiuo.
617 St. Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A 1-e.gular Oi'mlucue of two mod leal
rullei;.H, Inn been lnniri-r etiifiiired In the treat
v".';nt "f 'l"-'i". iNt-rvoiiB, t-Uin oikI
JJloo.l IMseaM. than any other ph valclnii In
M. I. on Is, a city papers skew and afl old ra.
dents ktiinf. oiisuiiallon wt ottlieor bv mall,
free mid to lled. A I'rl Ilv talk or his opinion
costs iiolliliiif. WIipii It Isdieoiivenl.MiltovlsIt
ino rlly .or treatment, inedlelue run lie sent
liynmllor. xr-ss evervwhere, Cursble rae
(rilnniiiteeil; whrre doubt exists II Isfrauklr
Hilled. Cull or Write, f
W"rvnug rrostrationDability, Mental and
ftfffotionsof Throat,Sr-ln and Bonos, Blood
I m pu rjtie sa n f!B 1 o od Poifoninir, Skin AlToc-
tions, Old Sores arrUUlcers, Impediments to
Mrriaffflj Ehumatlm, Pilns, Special
tttontlon to cases from ovcr-woi-kod brain.
SURGICAL CASES recoive speoial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses.
Indulgfin-as or Exposures.
It In self-evident (lint a phvslclim pa vine;
psillcular atleiitlon lo a eln (il'eies allalin
sn nt skill, mid physician In ri iiular practlre
II over the coiiiury kiio lii Hits. lreiUetitly
riToiiiineiiil caieslo tin. oii-.ti,lllee In A rlea
where etery known illiiiii'e Is resorled lo,
nd tlio n-ov,.il ifnnil i',-ni,.rliMM of nil
sues uiid I'liuiili'les are u-i.vl, A whole home Is
tiicd fornillce pnrt'o-i ", niiil nil ore irenled lilt
kill In a riMpeeoui pi.ninfr: ihhI, knliiK
what lo ilo. no expi 1 1 iih iiU ai e Iniiilt', On ae.
con u t ol (lie uri'itt iiuniliir iii.l Init, the
rhiii Kes rue ki et mv, nrieii !ief llian Is
ilellilllnUil 1 1 V nllii'li If von Millie the kl'l
mid iret aieei'.y iiihI p. i ii el llr tine, thnt Is
the iiii"Huiil imttli r, riitiiphli t, i.tl si(e,
sent lo any addreK free.
!!&. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I A
Klecnnt rloth sml cllt Idmllnit, Sealed fnrM
cents In potnirii or i iiri'iMn v. Over II liy won
terful pen tileliire-, true lo lite nil ce on tlio
follou Inc uhei'K, Mhniiiio ni.iriv. who not'
why If I rooer am-to nun n, ' Who marry tlrst,
liinhooi, w oiiihiiIii""I. Pliv . nl id i av. Who
llinild linir, v. Hum ln'e nod happluc limy bu
tii,reei, Th"" n uirlid or iiiiitunitilatliiii
PKii rvlnv should reiel It. It ouuht to tie read
nv all adult pi rou. tin li liept under Im kami
key, rupiiliii e.lltliili. Hiitiie ii.nliiiM', bill paper
riever and llmi pia-es, W feme by iiuill, In uioucy
<t YOUK J,I1TAL.
OlU Tltono doelrliiM to ninko money
oiisinnll iindiiiisliiiiii Investments
AAA In Kriiln, piovlNieiis iiml nUn'k
Vvll apeenlnllonsi cuniloaolivnrioriit
WAaU iiiuiiii our iilito. t'loin May 1st,
v.mUu'siiiiioiiiitliiK tusovorol tlinei
the oi iitlniil liiveatnirnt. I'rnfHl
Paid llrstof every inotitli, still loav-
111., flil (1-julfil l.iVnia,...M. m..L.
,,.......,...,.. ... .vnwi,.v,,v tuna-
MTftPUQ t'lKiueaev or piivnlilo on dnnminl.
OlWrvo t'Aniiiiiatory olmnlara ami etnteu
tiients o! fund W aeut fro. W
v. ant ronpoiialble a'luiitM, who will
roimrt on pmiw and Introduee th
fililll. I.lhtirHl nfiittinluul.ixM ui.l.
FUMMIJia ft UERRIAM('Ma,Si.r.kaai.
Major Ulvck, CUIeaco.
' K?0VABO f
I IXipKl I
Ask yonr milkman to
deliver your milk loth
WARIife.N MILK JARS.
If the milk la pur th
cream can he seen In
every Jar. If no eieam
Is aeen, it I not a It
bon d be and needs your
attention The milk la
cleaner, awneinr and pa
,-er dellveren In the War
r. n Milk Jars than anv
other way. They sre used
In all thularcfocltlea, and
am adanted all ni.iu.
and u wne i n-nlara and price on application
iu n . u. n in i r..u., (J urray St., w York,
IN KVKRY hTA'lE IX BrVrNtTcity, CounTv
tnd Stite rights In KVF..V DKN'S PATKN'T ALE
COM'EXSHf, rordrawlnit Ale without a pitcher.
A pieaxant and remnneratlve husinse among a
class of men moat Mieral In buvina thing of
merit-the hotel aud first-class euloou keeper of
America and ('ana, 'a. Mend postal card fur de
scriptive circular tree.
.MMKS W. EVENDKN,
Putenteo a' d M.miiftclnrer, Roniu, N Y.
rro ADVERTISFHS LoweM Iiats fofadvortli
A Injr in itti i?if)( UHWeipapiTN m-iil (rt?e. Addren
OKO. 1 KOWKLLit CO , HI Hprure St., N. Y.
Not lit n it iii nit- wurttl ruuul i i; ui
our-"! Sorof il, i'tiiinii'i, (toils, r. iter, ttui :
Burr f vr, MtT. tirla.1 I )i -"!, Cit-rrti of
Ajii't'iUi', f i-mule ('otTiiilihiK, nn-i tu, tHmti
.U-rufi. It Mtv fa.li. All lriu'lt. ami
country Hurt atf- rwri rll it. n. F, Hvllrra
A f riii'H, flll-ltiiruh, ok "V. t. Uiutat.
4k PR, KMNL'S GREAT
rill Nerve Restorer
Deir. Omv ,. i i iik em XrariArraa-
U dlructit, fmFitlatrfir.tilofl'lur. Trvstife a
i trial biittlii r.io to Fit Cuius. tiitv oavinrexeriis
oharRi-, on bi.a.u hin rncslveil. ffeod na'infB.P.d.sad
olprpM niMrr.s of sfftictsil to lia.Kl.lNICv.il Aro
St-Phils'la-.f" iHlavmit ifneura Awais.
N 1. W A 1.) V I. K T I S E M E N T S .
NO USE FOU TKEM. .
Concerniiiir lertiiiii Kclics of the PiiHt
Itoifs that have hud their Day. .
Ocorne 8icplins..n's "Hucket," aud the nintrni
flcent locomotives of to duy, r Imilt upon the
same geneial prlnriple, yet the machine with
which the ureal etij(tifer artonlehed his age, is In
teretin( now ou y ns an lllusiratiou of the bectn
ulnx of the Invention. There wcro l asters with
boles In. hem loni lieforti BEXSOS'S CAPC'INE
POROUS l'I..SiKR eurprlned both the public
and tho physlclnus: imI thn triumph of tho Cup
cine I founded upon the purtliil enccosee, or the
utter failure of ite predecesslira. Everything of
value In the old porous plaster la retained in the
Capclnc; bnt aa thla point a! eomp&rslon end,
and contrast begins. For example.:
The old plaaiete were alow In their action; the
Caprine is quick aud sine.
Tho old plasters lacked iho po-.ver to do more
than to Impart ilcht, temporary n 11. f Iu casu
easy of treatment ; the Copclnu penetralia the
lystnm aud permanently c.iree the trouble for
which it 1 recommended.
The old place rs depeud' d for any good result
they might uttaiu up: n an Incident or their maker
and tht' uaked fnl'.h of their wearers; tho Deuson'
reaches Its euds by mean of tho seluu'lilc combi
nation of tho mri' medicinal linrreillent which It
In brier, the old peters, ltko Stephenson' die.
carded engine, are awltrhtd off the track, while
tba Bensou' uo on it wav winning golden opin
ion from all sort of people.
Yot Inthln very fact li tho leading danger to
tbe people who liny and use this reliable and ct
cntlllc remedy. 'Hvpocrlsy le the tribute rice
pay to virtus." Imitation la tho concession rail
tiro makes to eucoees, Houson' Plaster are pa
rodied In name arid Hlj le.
Beware of s Imlk-a. The genuino have the onl
CAPCISE cut In the center. Price 25cenl.
Seaburycl Johnson. thenilHts. New Y'rk.
L (1 IB aui4fi boh al M ta.II trim
1 in aiurureiiii-iiy r..r the above ilu.-.w; by It
I ,(iiii.aii.l. vt cai.es of the worst kind and of Ut
oimliiiirlisve been cured. Iieloe,l,aosininir I. mv ialiK
.11 Its elllcwr, thai will sunil TWO DOTTI.K Kill! a1 to"
jetlier wllh a VAI.CAIII.K TBKATIHKon 0,1. UisoaM.to
my sunurer. Give t.lv,,;u ami f. o. a.Mr w
DR. T. A. BLOC I'M, iH i-uaB,., New Tort
INVEST o ns
Paving Stocks o Bonds yielding
TEN I'KH CENT. Per annnm, and over,
may obtain full particular, with eatlafnrtorv tefer
atire and lesllnninnils, by addreselnn II. lll.sI.S-
nr.i,L, rin i Air i, vHt'uugtes rit., Hosion, Mas.
Mention lb is paper.
' iJ f
rrirnnfirnnianiasiwiiniafsasaa Jm i ail I L J I
FARM Kit 'Si M)NH A 11 DAfOItrERS
Dr any Aeaivo Man ot Woman
CA N MA K KiMnt 1Aii.)X'rj(?
in Cash, working f r Urn American Ker ner.
Adtlre- K A. K. II.U'Ki.TT, Ft Wayne, Ind.
lor ull Union Hiilillera llinnr I Pf
diHiihiei! in iineuiiiiiiv KllinrHAF
if pension. Iiiwhinnriho m I ay and
... ... i ii,..ni. utt ttrartA ii.uiiitv
' .. I.,., u. .tilt,,M v.,.., .il ..,1 nil vill H i li.Kiii.t,,ra
nt once. Hund two i
cent siitmps to STOPDART &. CO.,
13 U Street N.
. V) tvuallllltttuu, u, V,
Kdiicntcd and practical irr-ovcerti now assent to our
nmllo "Thnt llui liirlher North fsccilM are
.rnwn llieenrllrr their pruilncl ll be."
Wooller llila year a full Hue nl Mamlnrd CoUleea.
Into tonsiiiK.Kmwnoii dryuplaml i Hcoti UFyfiiaml
llliie HIeiu Wheat ; White lliisslsn lute ; 1 ;toniit4
Iisuii.salille lieonowivk earlier tliati Karl v Vork tour
Nnrlh star Yellow Ivnt (lorn still taki-e lead, anil
for fishier laeiiuul to any i of nnloti e.vi, toinnUss,
rarrota, l;a, AoAiC, a full Uue and lanreeroii. all
i4tfniwlhoii our own fiirins. wild lti.e fur Muck
roii.l always on Imnd for HiTlutf or l'nll snwliur.
!lh Annual Oataliwim. ., T. ,11. ItlCTt' AI.P,
I. rower, luiportinVJoliher,ri.'Ml,,11tjitt.
A Leaiilna- l omlon I'hya-
lelan rainiiiic an .
Ofilecln) ISi-vrYork J
lur Iks Cara af ,1
lur late) Cars af
lb, Mswnda list nf t,nndrn), who rnski-l a )
"1...,.... h.. .III,... ......I.. ......... I a,,,, -tlIM.l
RMiirieases iiisii any othnr llvlait tihyslclss. II u turi-es
lias simply le'sn s.leiii,lilni tilioa liesrit of rsnes of
lias simpiy o'.... -.-...m. t - - .-.w -. ..
ever to years' stamlieg sui'csaenilly run il ey hue. It
has euttlshi-d woik on this disease, wiilrh lis ssnils
with alurae luililenf his wmiilerfulrura fr to any
fernrwho may avi.il thslraipeisaan I. O. AiMrMS Wa
J j j rj