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LYDIA E. PINKMAM'O
Is a Positive f'nre
For all IkMi Painful Complain' and Wcskaet se
M evmmoa to our boat female population.
A Medicine for Vfonnn. Invntedbj I Woman.
Prepared by a Woman,
tk Grtataat ld)tal DWir; glsrath Das of tlslrr.
tVU rorlroi th drooping iplrtti, Inrijorste tod
harmosiM th organta functions, ffirw clutl ity (n4
Lrtnoos to the itp, rottorotthe natural liutr to If
yOi n J pi tuts oa tho pile cfiouk or woman tu f r N
ro i" of Ufa' spring aid early u miner time,
t7Phyjlciim U6 It and Proicrlbe It Freely
It rem nes falntnnK, ftituf nry, destroys all crselng
for it: jQU'.iut, and reUirai main of the stomach.
That foctn f of baarlrijt down, causing gln, elfins'
s-i-1 tsv.-kiehe, if always, permanent' jr cured by Iti ata,
Fur t b euro of Kidney Complaint of cllasr ou
thla Comjoajd ti NBtursasstd.
iydh r. riMKnAM bioi rrniriER
"M emu ru-e ever t ?;iire o. liunirra In m u e
Bl .l, end iriire tone end iir"Oi."h in the ijrtttm, of
(uaa ttuuuj) (irclii.U. In!-t on LsiLug It,
B th th Compound an J Uliod P-irlflerar prepar
at S3 ami US Westers Arerue, Lj-.n, Mam, rrioeof
either, $L Bli bottle tor IX Bent by null la the form
Of p! IS or of loirn-;", on receipt of price, 11 perboi
fure.lher. Mm. Piashs-sfrsely anjwertall l-ttarsof
Inquiry. Enclose Set Homo, Bendforparnpldit,
fnmPT hul1 h arltliout I.TTU K. TTSKITAKI
UVKD, I'lI.f.H. Th-y cur pont!ptl'in, biUwunei
and torpidity ultheUrer. OS conU ptr bus.
Sf-Sold by all DruRiiUts.' M 0)
EX PEG TO BANT
II eoropo-! of iieib.l nod, M icilnB-iiious pir.j.
U'-n, wuiCiipriiucaie the substance oltho
I.uuKS, expectorates tbe acrid matter
tuut tcii-cU i.i t..s AiiuLicbiui i uim,iiiij torus a
soothing coating, iwa rrllcve (lie lr
iltallou iu.i C.1U.I.J I. e cough. It cleanses
llicluntrscf all impurities, strengthens
tUrmwIita enfeebled by disease, innejr-
cj the CifCu.ii.iua cf ti.e Loo--, and Lmcxstlia
i. rronsyvirn. M!:rlit cold often end In
roniumntlon. It i dancerous to neglect
tbtm. Apply I no remedy promptly. A
tostoftwc i y y ir warrauts tho a-er ion tfiat
no remedy hnserrr been fond that In as
prompt inrscffect.nsTUTT'8 EXPECTORANT.
Asliif-lo dose raises Uio pblrgw.ttiuiues
1 :fl miH itiin.fi id in ne spceo.tr ru're the meet
o-Mtma-ecm.-h. A pleasant cordial, chil
dren tal;e It readily, ior trnup it is
luvaluahle ftii . muM he n errT family.
t In av. wnd l Tlotilf...
ACT DIRECTLY OH Trifc LIVEk
Cures thills ami Jrevui'. lirp.la,
filck lfradeiclie, ltlilnus Collr.t iuetlia.
tlou. UUeuiumtiam.Klcs, 1'alnltatlonof
tho Ili-ari, itizxioc. Torpid Liver, and
Veinale Irregularities, It you do not "h-1
ti'iy wij!l,"a iii -!o fiil stimn a'o t!.es:om'ifh,
to'.orci',!,?n-i-.'!.:c,i.U"n:!iT .-or to tl oip ccv.
A NOTED DIViriE SAYS;
bm.lvif. ljar br iur ten yiars 1 hnr
t.n a maitrr t I)y.pep-ia, Ci ntiputioa an 1
I lira. Lint tprlng j our pilii weie recomraer.dtl
tome; 1 uodthcin lut wi'h lit; iefaitL). I aia
now a woll mnn,rnv pond nrptite, oifwiin
perfect, reirnl ,r P'1'" 6')r'. I haro
Biiinedfoitypoun'!T?iuaCi!i, They aroTroiUi
tiicir wiehtin pnld,
I'.EV. V.. .. F.IHPSOV.Uoltrin. K),
Office, 15 Mnrray IVctt York. !
f IHl. Tt Tl 'H M AM Al, of I aofull I
iuceiptrni:i:ouopMiciiou, I i
IfyousreBick Hop Bilters will surely
aid Nature ia making you well when all
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or Bre
BUffurin' tnm any other of thn nuniuroui
di.easfs nt tlio Ntumncli or bun el, it in yiur
own fault if you reiuaiu ill, for Hop Buters
are a aovurin reiuo-ly iu all such com
plaiuta. If you are wftating away wi'h Bry form
ofKitlney disitaae, etip tempting Duath
this in. illicit, and turn for a cure to LIop
If you . re sick with thst terrible nick
nosa NervouBuesB, you will tind a ''Balm iu
Oiloitd ' iu the uho of Hop Bitters.
If j ou arts u fu-quonter, or a resident of a
tnisiiiKlic liictrict, Imrricale your sjateiu
agniiii-t tlio BCi'Umge of all countries ma
1 trial, eiLleiiiic, bili 'U, aud iatormiteut
fevers liy the use of Hop BitU-rs.
Ifynuhuve Muh, pimply, or siillow
skin, imd liruath, piin and aches, and feel
niisernlile ijuueraliy, Hop Biiters will give
you fair skin, lit. I i lilmiti, aud sweetest
breath, health and comfort.
In slioit they cine all diseases of the
Btonnch, B vols, Blind, Liver, Kidneys,
Blight's Disensu. 500 will he pnid for a
case i hey will not cure or help.
Th'it p'lnr bedridden, invulid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, csn be made ihe pic
ture of heaMi, by a few bottle- of Hop
Bitters, costing imt a trifle. Will you lot
them Buffer? (2.)
A favorite nnwrrlntlnn of on of the
Most noted and m-cenilu) npi-riailnts In tin- U. 4.
(now roiln-di lor thpoiiriMif AVrronie ItrbUitv,
$Mt Hn"hoof. IfeafctienaaiMl Itrcan. Mi-ut
Iu pluuitu.... 'ii velupvree. UriiKgUtiiuiutllllL
Addreii DR. WARD & CO.. Louiina. Mo-
yinit .pitrt.'iioe Iti rurltm iitacatct or the litMp4 Skin mnA
noiK.Hh-nvpvuua Ufbl.ltT. Imitiuy. Oritniilo
W rwkiM'Mi .otitrrbim fTpblUtli ti'I ilrrt-MrluI
Ativttlun M'piHlly Iri'inril on clttiUAo priDciki-i,
with .( mid Kurt rfiiiirdloii. I inr writ for ofQtHf
If mm to tw Rnaworrd hj lliuidlrlnit trrttniPtit by mail.
(PrrMmiMiriYMrtir rrnin Hiiulnrih.iiilfntl tiilraMrt,
nrt Inrn timllilnirto tlic Ir duiitiirs ItkBointrUM.
Adtlmm lH. IM'TTf IU N. hit. tu, Hi UnU, M
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,ST,.V:I,1V
STe t'k.uil.t. n( Sole P-eii'i of
IPR0F.HARRI8 PA81ILLE REMEDY
Iimm Hr stua uilMTi iii fuller
from Nvrvout ud fttvitvat UNI
Hr. Prtniitura xtituiloi nd
Ithtitr whit floomjr couiupnnet,
rl HIll.tklB kl..t r.lnmlm a.....
Tht Rmtri; k put up In bum. Ht I litlnt month).
V I (innuh lo nfTvol our, udUh Iu Wfrrt oae, $6 1 tin, $
(Uvtlug Uirm uoutlii). 1. Bool bj mall Id plain vroppnrt.
IIim-Ioh for t l iNwapaiij Mrb Mot. Ptuipfalot tfewrt
Mafl Mil diMMt ftavl tttMto two Mi MtWMl Tpr'trnilonu
TUli OA! Ill) UlILLKTliV.
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Islli nil nr livcurricr I1 (1)
U iierceui. dmcount II puidln advance. )
Jki ,iiri() yesr h)r mall pi no
Uilv.'ino eniintr. ..fm, i ixi
wcukly, one ywir 8 0(1
A'cly, m.mtlii i wi
y"Olul)orfiva(ir more for Weekly UalW'tln tl
Ue tlniD, pit yar. 11 W)
INViKUBl.T IN 1IIV1NCB.
Al! '"'Oininiirlrniiiii.f hoiild h'i sldr'eei'4 to
K. A. BUUNUTT.
I'uMUhsrsnd J'ro'irl.itoi .
HIS PA'S MARVELOUS ESCAPE.
"Got any va-n-lino," said the bad boy
:o the jrrijcoi y initn, ns he went in the
itore one cold moruiug, leaving the door
:ipn, nnd picked up a cigar stub that
!ind been thrown down by the stove, aud
berui to smoke It.
"Shut that door, dum vou. Was you
brought up in a saw mill? You'll freeze
ivery potato in the house. No, I haven't
got viwdine. What do you want of vas
eline?" said the grocery man, us he set
the syrup k on a chair by the stove
where it would thaw out.
"Wunt to rub it on pa's legs," said
tho bov, as he tried to draw smoke
through the cig:ir alub.
"Why, what is the matter with your
pa's leg-,? llhfiimatiz?"
"Wim nor rheumatiz," said the boy,
a lio threw away the cigar stub and
drew some cider in a broken tea cup,
Ta has got the worst looking hind legs
vou ever saw. You ste, since there has
boen o pinny tlrcn pa has got ofl'ul
scared, and he has bought three fire es
ct.pcs, made out of rope with knots in
tlii'in, and he has been telling us every
tiny row I.e. could rescue the whole fam
ily iu ca-e of fir. He told us to be
crK.-l, whatever hujijicned, and to rely on
him. If the hoie got on fire wc were
all to rush to pa, and he would save us.
Well, l:it night ma had to go to one of
the neighbor-,, where they was going to
have twins, nnd we didn't sleep much,
cause ma had to come home twice in the
night to get satTron, and an old flannel
petticoat that I broke in when I was a
Lid, cause the people where ma went
did not know as twins w as on the bill of
fare, and they only had flannel petti
coats for one." Pa wss cross at being
kept awake, and told ma he hoped
when all the children in llilwauaeo
were born, and got grown up, she would
take in her sign and not go around
nights aetinjras usher to baby matinees.
Pa says there ougbt to be a law that
babies should arrive on the regular day
trains, and not wait for the "midnight
express, Well, pa he got asleep, and
he slept till about eight o'clock in the
morning, and t ie blinds were closed,
and it was dark in his room, and I bad
waited for my breakfast till I was hungry
as a wolf, and the girl told me to wake
up pa, so I went up stairs, and I don't
know what made me think of it, but I
had some of this powder they make red
fire with in the theater, that "me and my
chum had the 4th of July, and I put ft
in a wash di-h in the bath room, and I
touched it off and hollered tire. I was
going to wake pa up and then tell
him it was all right, and laugh at him.
I guess there w as too much fire, or I
veiled too loud, cause pa jumped out of
bed and grabbed a rope and rushed
through the hull towards the back win
dow, that goes out on a ehed. I tried
to say something, but pa ran over mo
and told me to save myself, and I got to
the back window to till him there was
no fire inn as he let himself out the win
dow, lie hail one end of the rope tied
to the leg of the wash stand, aud, he
was climbing down the back side of the
shed by the kitchen, with nothing on
but his night shirt and he was the nor
rjblest looking object ever was, with his
legs flying and trying to stick his toe
nails into the rone and the side of the
house. I don't think a man looks well
in society w ith nothing on but bis night
shirt. I didn't blame the hired girls
for being scared w hen they saw pa and
his legs comedown outside the window,
and when they yelled I went down to
the kitchen, and they said ft crazy man
with no clothes but a pillow case around
his neck was trying to kick the window
in, and they rim into the parlor, and I
opened the door and let pain the kitchen.
He asked me if nuybodv else v,ns saved,
and then I told him .there was no fire,
and he must have dreamed he was in
hell, or somewhere. Well, pa was as
tonished, and said he mu3t be wrong in
the head, end I left him thawing him
self by the stove while I went after bis
pants', and his legs were badly chilled,
but I giic?s nothin' was froze. ' He lays
it all to ma, a-.id says if she would stay
at home and let people run their own
baby shows, there would be more com
fort" in the house. Ma came in with a
shawl over her head, and a bowl full of
something that snielled frowzy, and
after ehe had told us what the result of
her visit was, she sent me after vaseline
to rub pa's legs. Pa says be has dem
onstrated that if a man is cool and col
lected, In case of tire, and goes delib
erately at work to save himself, he will
come out all right."
"Well, you are the meanest boy I
ever heard of," said the grocery man.
"But what about your pa's dancing a
clog dance in church Sunday. The
minister's hired girl was in here after
some codfish yesterday morning, and
she said the minister said your pa had
scandalized the church the worst way."
"Oh. he didn't dance in church. He
was a little excited, thnt's all. You see,
pa chews tobacco, and it is pretty hard
on him to sit all through tho sermon
without taking a chew, nnd he geUi
nervous. He always reaches arouna in
his pistol nocktt, when they stand up to
sing tho lust time, and feels in his to
bacco box and guts out a chow, and
puts it in his mouth when the minister
pronounces the benediction, and then
when thev get out doors he is all ready
to spit, lie always does that. Welt,
my chum had a present, on Christmas,
of a music box, just ubout ns big as pa's
tobacco box, and all you have to uo U
to touch a spring and 'it plays, "She's a
Daisy, She's a Dumpling." I borrowed
it and put it in pa's pistol pocket, where
he keeps his tobacco box, and when the
choir got most through singing pa
reached his hand in bin pocket and be
gan to fumble around for a chew. Ho
touched thu spring, and jinst as every
body bowed their bends to receive tho
benediction, and it was so still you
could hear a gum drop, tho mtisie box
began to play, and in tho stillness it
sounded as loud as a church organ.
Wll. I thoucht ma would sink. The
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY n. 1883.
nilniitorlifavd It, and he looked towards
pa, and everybody looked at pa, too,
and pa turned red, and tlw music box
kept up, "She's a Daisy," and the min
ister looked mini and niid "Amen," and
people- began to put on their coats, and
the minister told tho deacon to hunt up
the source of that worldly music, and
they took pa into the room buck of the
pulpit and searched him, and ma says
pa will have to be churched. They
kept the music box, and I have got to
carry in coal to get money enough to
buv my chum a new nniMc box. Well,
I sliall have to go and get that vaseline
or pa's legs will suffer. Good day."
Tin t'oains T6a.
"Da comin' inrni hesn't roiue ret."
said Brother Gardner, us he looked
Giveadarn Jones sun ne in the eye and
motioned to KlJer Touts to draw iu Iuh
feet and let the heat of t'.e Move have a
chance to circulate around tho ball.
No, f'om'len, rle crrnin' mr.n hasn't
arrove in dis ker.try yet, bu' if de rheu
matics keeps on hodenn' me I can't ex
pect to be on airth when he gets bean,
an' take Mm bv the h-in' im' tell birn
how powerful glad ' is to see liim. But
Borne of our chillVii niav lib to see him,
an' d'tr will be sich u m kbra-iiun as no
Fo'th of July kin hold a candle to.
"le eomm man. mv rrn-ntU, will tro
to Congress unpledged an' eomo home
unbribed, an' widom f-.ir of mectin' de
people who ent him '1m r.
"De comin man will 'e lotted Mate,
Countv or C'itv Tr-'iiMin r, an' wlmn his
term Ins expired his ) -.i will balance
an' l i-i account will be r-uar' to a cent.
"Do comin' man will have a rever
ence fur d.i Cousiiniihun rf (!e Uuion
an' a rc-peit fur lie '.. of his own
"Do comin' man will lo:k sternly
upon emliexleniert. bribery an' all
sorts of fr-Hiid, n he will rr l;e a squar
stand v.pon an hono.i pulytical plat
form. "If do comin' mnn should happen to
be 'lecied to do Cummnn Council de
tvjople of dat city would h'arsuch a rut
in an slinkin of drv bones tlat de
music of ton brass ban l.s couldn't drown
"As I menshuned befo' de comin'
man hasn't got henh yet, an' when I
nick up de dailv paper and scan de
da;'.y record of crime I can't help but
tee! let no, nero w:ii tirid -icli a job lal'l
out fur him dat he will go down into
his bu'.cs an' nebbcr be seen nor heard
of n;ri in.
"While I don't want to occupy de
valuable time of dis meetin" olicr an
hour an" a-balf furder I fee it mvdootv
to remark dat dis Ime-Kiln Club isn't
gwir.c to wait fur any comin' man to
come. De Committee ou l-'inanee nm
gwino to look into our lodge safe once a
week nil freu de y nr, an if de mony
doan' tally wid the Secretary's lingers
a cyclone will begin to circle. While
de Janitor of dis club am only allowed
to handle seventeen cents per Week, de
fust time he makes seven an' five count
up thirteen he will be missed from bis
"While dar nm nnterally a fraternal
feelin' in a lodge of dis sort, dat fcelin'
must chop squar' off w hen a brudder
member am seen promoniulin' down to
de stashun in company wid a purlecce
man. Love one anoder, but return bor
rowed money exactly when you promise.
Stan' by a member in distress, but let
him know dat as soon as he gits well he
will be expected to aim bis own meat
an' 'tatrs on' fiah-wood. Anticipate a
reduckshun in house rent, but doan'
move out in de night owin' do landlord
back rnnt. Be oblcegm'. but when a
man returns your colly-mill minus de
handle an' boa'f cog-wheels doau' fail to
drap a hint dat it would be less trubble
fur him to drink tea or pound his coffee
in a rag. Let us now embarrass de
reg'lar order of bizness."
The "future of the Negro iu this Country.
We must again ask the question,
What, from this stand-point, will the
upshot bo when the blacks numerically
will so far exceed the whites as to over
come the vantage that the superior
wealth and intelligence of the latter
now give them? The outlook here is
no less serious. Whatever civic capa
bility the blacks may have, it is now in
germ; whatever governing aptitude th
race mav possess, it is at present dor
mant. In the history cf nations it has
nowhere, as yet, been exhibited. If this
race in the l uited States is improving,
its improvement, as was to have been
expected, is slow; and iu every political
virtue it will still be va ;:ly below the
whites, when in voting strength lis
fecundity will have put it vastly beyond
them so far beyond as to overcome
every counter-iulluence, and give the
political reins entirely into its hands.
Who can doubt that', when this day
comes, the, blacks will obey a race-instinct
which all their surroundings will
have powerfully tended to develop, nnd
vote blacks nlone into ollice? Thus
have thev done wherever the power
existed. "Kept, as they are, a distinct
and alien race, no other issue is reason
able And whocan doubt that, under this
stateof affairs an inferior and incompe
tent race completely dominnting.bymere
numbers, a superior one the worse dis
orders would ensue? The whites would
not submit, and a violent and disas
trous conflict of races lnust follow. The
whites would hold (1) that, while
America is a nation governed by ma
jorities, yet by those who framed the
Constitution it was never intended that
a race brought here as slaves, an in
ferior race, one kept distinct by this
very inferiority, should, merely through
a superior fecundity, become politically
supreme, and lont it over tho limit.
They would hold (2) that this political
lordship would ho ruinous to every in
terest; that for a short period subse
quent to the close of the war it had
partially prevailed, and with tho iinlinp
plest results; nnd that, should this lord
ship become distinctively fastened upon
a large taction of the Union, the Incom
petency of the negro to prov'de, legisla
tively, for the manifold and complex in
terests of an advanced civilization,
would arrest its activities, parulyzo its
trade, ami nprciid a decline throughout
tho entire country.
These ore real and gbrnntlo evils
gradually looming up, and they merit
the Immediate and best nttentioii of
American Btatsincn. I'rojtssor K, W,
milium', in Popular Science Monthly for
Girl that abduct themselves haven't
boon looked niter closely ctnough.
Battle Cub ek. Micir..Jn. nt. ifCo.
Gk.n i lemen Having been 111 cted for a
numlit-r til years with indigestion and gen
eral debility, by the Hdvicu of my doctor I
used Hop Ibiters, Htnl mui-tBsy theyHff.nl
ed me almost instant rd"f. I am gUd to
be stile to testify in tliuir behalf.
Tuos. G. Knox.
Ho Could Identify.
If there is any one tiling the Southern
darkey is unwilling to admit, it is that
there is anything in the world ho does
not know. Not long since, an Austin
Senegnmbian missed a pair of dove-colored
Sunday punts that had been star
routed fromliis trunk without his knowl
edge or consent, by someone unknown.
He made complaint to the police head
quarters, and a few days afterwards a
pair of unmentionables, similar to the
mlssinggarrnetit, were discovered among
the other collaterals deposited in a pawn
"Do you think you could identify tho
pants if vou were "to see them?" a'sked
the chief of police, on meeting the dis
tressed owner on the street.
"Does yera'posn Use one ob dem nig
gers what nebber learned do rudimenta
ries?" was tin; indignant reepoii.so.
"But can you identify the pants if you
see them again?"
A pitying smile came over the colored
man a face as he replied with senrn:
"I ken ideutify dem ar pants ef 1 neb
bcr sees 'em agin'." Texas Siftingx.
Whit Mary Anderson's "GalatV w Like.
The dramatic critic of a Louisville
paper says that Mary Anderson's Gala
ten is "like a babe that opens its wide
eyes for one moment on the world and
then leaves it wit!i a sigh; like a flower
that breathes its fragrance for a day up
on the earth of which it is not; like a
grand strain of music that floats and
throbs at twilight, and sinks away into
the dim reaches of which we dream, but
in which we cannot walk; too pure for
the world, and yet leaving behind a
memory, a perfume, a harmony, tend
erer, sweeter, more exalting." The
name of the new Kentucky brand of
wnisny nas not yet ueen developed.
Frank Mordaunt, the actor, is favored
with a jealous wife. Recently she fol
lowed him to St. Louis from !vew York,
and when she reached bis hotel, she gave
him a tongue lashing that afforJed the
guests much material for gossip. It
happens that Frank is good looking,
which is no fault of his, and in many
places where be appears, foolish wome'u
smitten at long range, write him silly
letters. Some of these have accidental
ly fallen into his wife's hands and ex
tinguished all the confidence in hiuithat
she ever possessed.
It is too bad that Freddy Gebhardt'.
motber does not take him" in hand and
polish him down with a shingle. Lo
Shih h'g Vifiihzer s what you need for Con
stipation. Loss of Appetite, Dizziness ond
all symptoms of I) Bpei sin. Piice 10 nnd
75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Scbub,
The man wh'i knows nothing of Mrs.
Lydia . Puikhtun and bet - xivereign runt-
i nv tor women i wanted tor a juryman.
I TU. .... -I - .1.1. i . . .
i ue mtitienny proves ne uoea not
reiJ the renders. II. Register.
JfUVS Sewogel, 10 ILbecca Sr , Chica
go, lib, say: "Brown's Iron Bitters re
stored my strength wLen Buffering from
JFca'.iitrs, ribbons, velvet enn all
be c iorcd to match tht new hit by usb g
the Diamond Dyes- DiU'gibts dl any
Color for 10 cis.
Highest Prize Ton Wine.
The best wine in ihe country, thst took
the highest premium it tlio Centennial, ic
Spier's Port Gripe Wine, wh cli lots be
come the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine and his P. J. Brandy
sre now being used by pliysicinns every
where, who rely upon them as tiring the
purest to bo hud. It is unsurpted for
weakly females, and old pcop'e. Used by
ihe Fifth Avenue Society as ho evening so
cial wine. For Sale by Paci. G Sniar.
Advice to MotlieiH.
Are you disturbed at niyht and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering aud
crying with pain of cutting teeth? ' If so,
send at once aud get a bottlo of Mr. Wins
low's Soothing Srup for Children Teeth
iug. Its vnlue is incalculable. It will re
lieve tlw pour little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, them is
no uiistoku about it. It cures dysentery und
diarrhoea, reuUtis thu sloiuach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tho gums, n
duces luthinimation, and nives tone ind
eneruy tt the whole sjstem. Mrs. Wins
low's Sootliinif Syrup for Children Teeihii)'
is pleismt to the mete, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
phyr-icinns nd nurses in the United Ststes,
and is for sile by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 reins a bottlo.
bucKicn s Anuca Salve
The Best Salve 'n tho world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Sidt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ami positively
cures Piles, it is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded, Price
81 cents per box. For sal by flno. E
Croup, Whooping Couch and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by filiilobV Cure.
P.tul G. Schnh, agent. (8)
Db. Km mi's Gkkat Nt,nvE HiwronEn is
the marvel of theazo for a'l nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. tWl to OtJI Arch
street. Fliilndelnia. Pa.
--were 'k W 1 W VU If
NEW 90-jp. BAND CaTALOQOB Po )
1881 BENT F&ER to any ad.ni. 10 filTw.
nullum of all kind of BRASS. QERMiii
SILVER and EEED ln"r" eu2 Zh
"iili full injtnirtinna fcr fornjinr Band's, dl.
jmIoh sad elawlBratlnn of luatrumenti -WHAT
and HOW to pactum- term for
iid, if dmlrt-d, our Hand and OrchutrL
THE KOOf i &0NS MUSIC CO,.CHe.AUQ.IU.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our mnnr othr TUclnvOe nle end Mrsnetlo
Appliance nod ormnte rrn invuluehle. and a sure
cure lor Ner.ox iMhiuir IinHly. . Kpllonir. flheumo
tlm, 0erworknd lirnin, Eitnii.Oon or Loan of V lUl
KorrKj- kVrnlc Hnrk, Kidney lnwaee. I ting, Liver end
Htomjrli ConvliiinO, and eo eilaptnt to SITBII
etx. !ti nrrilinnci.1 nre the rj intent IniKmeed
rod ent reir different trom Iwlie end ell other, m thef
roitl.-l f;eniate cortinunti current ertthjut aclda,
rauilni.' no erne, n r Irritation of tee kln ecn be
worn et wor m wr II reel, end Br onlT notlceiibls to
the we-rer. The i.erer l rei-Tilnte ' o to meet tbe
different etnee. of eil riteiit wheie Electrls and
Mufinetlu treutmer.t I. of tmi :lt T1nui lor
Cube Impjtekcy, Cemimal Veakkess, Lcst Mahood, to
Th-T Curo whin nil clao fills. Our IUtis'rated
Panipn'et eon 1 1 .er,lnl rueeluo oo rtcolpt ot tcoaU
toUie, or ikcurolr w.aJ, f.,n.
UowLrdEloctro Marmstlc Ineolrj, tl perrairhrmoll.
AMcrcioAN ca'.va::;o co.,
212 Ki. Oth Ci.. bt. Louis, Mo.
nv-i 'J.tsr l.Jz ?f- llLL j
A 'sw snn cuuipiute U ti-l, f'tuiliuq no .ri
SijcuiiU eud I'.atlroail btn-t ie.
The T-ancnuer D- not el iLo (.'hitaL-o, St. I.ou'i
ai d ,n-w O'lt-Ls: l.itaoie Cntrai; Wahaeh, Si.
Louie and I'urillc; l,ua Muuntuin and -uilirrD,
Mub-l-j aiiil Ohio; t air aud 1st. l.ouie Uaiiwave
aro all Jnm acme tlie etrect: wliile iliu Sttmuboai
Luhrtn.ii t hut one a tnaro tlletatit,
Tine lloiel l Li-stud liy etcam, has iteam
t.autidt), Hydraulic Elevator, Kloi I rit- Cell lteil
Auiomiitic r'ire-AlKtme. tlaths. aiienluu-v pure t
perlccleeweraii; and mtniiietir apimlntniuuiH.
8onrh luruiel.liih-ej purfpct euivico; and an nn
U P. PATtKKT? Ar Or )..T.
-h -v A wmk mad.- at homo liy 'hs ludti
I 'floue. liiel o e uer now lief ri- the
oTS , ",,,!('- -'P''il ""t rii-eiled. Wv
fjl I will Mart yi.u Men. wnmen, bmi
TT and trifle wanted cvorvw ho c lowork
for us Now i- Hie iinio Vint ran
work tn e;ir-c tituq. nr l-ivc mr wlmlu tloie In tht
bue m-. No oilier hu-lno-e will av you huariy
a well No hi ei an full to innko eiei-mouf .rv,
byonL'aeclhL'at oticn. Co 1 v oti' fit antl t rm True
"unci i iml liv-t. i ailv. ami hnn.irably. ikddreee
TliL'K CO., auku-Ih, maiDM.
017 St. Charles Streot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A re-jrnlap Onvlunrei of two medical
follest , li.n hecn lu.ii.-rr eusnji d In the treat
ment of Chronio. Nei voun, t-lnn and
Hlooil Dlnensvs thm any otlu r rli valrlan tu
Pt. I.oule. as city rniu-ri sliew niuf all old reil
dent Know. Cunvulmilon t oili. i-or sr mall,
freeaiel Invited. A filondlv tnlkor lilsonlnlon
costs uotlilni;. When ltlafnconvenlnittovl.it
Slltt city .or treatment, nirdli-ltit-e call he lent
by mull nr cspr.'sa tvervw licrc. (. nriihlc (a e
(runrautedl: where doubt exists It hfraukly
Ituled. Cull or Write.
WTVoas Trcnration. Debility, Mental and
Physical Wcakniss, MarcuriiJ and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Elood roiinnm-', Skin Amo
tions, Old Sores ar-d Clcerg. Impediments to
Marriage, Ehcumatism, Piles. Special
attention tr c.mos from over-u'oi-ked brain.
SUBGICAL CASES receive speciul attention.
Diseases arising from Im; rudncos, ExoesseSj
Indulg.n.v'S or Expoatiris.
It Is -lf-e I1i"it thu! n it; vslrlail paylns;
arllctiliir atn nllon to a cln-.. iii cnM-e nitnlna
Rrcnl Hilli. and .Ii-ihi:-In ri miliir liruellco
al! over the eoincrv kimwIiiK llil., Iii'iiicntly
recommend tux nIo lite ohli .ti.il ce In America
wliere every known niilani-i- Is resorted to,
ami the prov(l priori in.-rl iN fit' All
Ke and count t ies arc iimxI. A whole house la
Bed for ollice piii-rmie, and all areliratid with
kill In a reiei-ifiil niiiiiiit-i", nid. knowing
what to do. no experiment nre made, tinac
count of the trait number anph Inir. thu
chnrai'ti are keiit low, often '.n-.n r than la
demanded hy other If you eertirc the ekl'l
and pet a "peedy und penVet 111 eiirc, Unit Is
th Important iinitei . I'liiupliltt, oe Jiugefc,
cut to any iddti'.a flee.
plates. 1 K ARPilAGE GUIDE. pages.
Eleitint clolh and i-ilt lilmllnir. ffalee forBO
cent. In pome nr cunriicv. Over tlltv won
eVi-flil pen pli-liires. ti lie tn life art Iclfs'on Iho
Sollowliiir ulicet. , V ho mny noirrv. whonot;
wlttl" I'roi.-r nt-e to u ,n r. . V ho nmrry flr.t.
jlaiihnnd, omaulinod, 1 ' h vlen I dernv. VIlo
xlionld mnr. v. How I Ife nnl linpiilni". nmv I n
ittcreii.eil. Tlin.e n uri ud or roiilt'inpliitlim
ranjluit elioiild read It. It ninth t tn lie read
liy all leliilt iei on, tben kept iindei' lock and
key, Topulm-edition. ;iine i. nln.w, hut paper
cuvi r imd a) paKt'i, tb iKUla by mail, luiuouy
j, .. -
PR, KLINE'S GHtAT
NtrvE Res tcrer
r JSriiir.. OKtrmiir ei'i . eon NrmiAruo
KiMi.t'n,heii .arar.ite.lNFAl 1.1 111. I! If ukn
J i (lirectril. fin hi it ftrr iirittntf'u. TraatiM ll
S .' trni 1 lief lie frMi tn Vlt ('n.ei.tliev pay In, xprea
ai-liarfi-.eii lM.,whn rerelvv.1. pteu'u rin,p.O its
.iirewl'lte'er .llli.'lrd tn H Kl.lM .WI rc,
IscPaileite." eWOnv'01.1 riowueVawia
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT 1
KsltlvolyproTejitthlttnrrll leUliieawj, aad will pd.
elyciironpu cii.ee em of ten. Info mutlen t.':at
will vvo many i:Tr,epnt free by mall. Donti.'eby -mornct.J-n.-rnton
! I eOorthan cur. I. a JOI
BOS CO., nosTON. HANS., formerly nAvoon, Ko.
rrPAMtons lnau.ms VuUm auks new rkl. bluV
Ask y or ml k an to
rl II :r ynir milk In th
W RnKN MiLu JAltS.
If the milk If pure tn
cream cnu he eon Iu
ev. rv Jar, II' no c usm
la even. It l nut se It
hon d be and need . uttr
a titiitl"ii Tho milk Is
elimnur. mve.-n.-r and pn-
i r neMvoieri m tn- w ar.
f n M'.k Jat. than ilv
ii'licrwny. Thoy nri ned
In II thulunjetlMe, and
nr.- .iiliint. rl t . nil eiiu a
wne i in n'ara and pncea on apnllcnt on
II. WlIITEM.lN, 7J Mttrniht., N-w York.
r hTA.K IN HrVINU i n.. County
! i.urti MAiJi IN tirYI.SU ( n.. County
.nil bt t rmhiri In .l nkX' P.Tk'r aiu-
COS'- EN' If, iord:a ! r ir Alo wlthom a pitcher.
A pich-ant u ii.l ruiiiuncrativn lm-lnee ainonn
c a of men m i I mil in niivlns Uw. of
merit-the hotel and flrnr-cliu ilonu ketp re of
Ami lea and t'aua a. Suid postul curd fur ds
acrlj,tlve clrtnlir Ir.o
J'.MR- W. KVF.nr?x.
Patciitco ai d M itii.facluri'r. Komi?. N V.
"Td AjjVEItTI KS .-Lowest Unto- lor ad nit.
Inif in IW ' e-noil new. papers sent Iree. Aildreii
OEu. P. itOWtLU Co , 19 aprm-a M..N. V.
8ur ill bci'uii'1 ftrki'U. itytii, i t'cf, (r." rl.
Ai-jji-ttit, t.n;it',9 Com-jiami". t. iIkkhI
riiicftf, It rnr hun. All drut";it. ; J
eo'iniry tjre k'-p"n it-ll it. It, l, Efcllnrt
rctn' . I'lii-liup'.S. mi ki i no'tltt
lyjKOri v ,-, n ; at.-, c ."ire:! Dl&.ihar tm
9iinlii(r, l-u.art.r... H ,u )'mntul bcufc.itiniia oi t..
SI C & Bor"0,t!a- Fnr.ilnbyalldruir
JU. intra or ennr bv F.x":" on ro
c ii tof vrli , JOHN U. i-ATlit at hONU
17ni,u 77 Syeni.iorost OfNCIMNATI
OlliO. plena... jjentito thistnyei'.
NO USE FOU TIIE3I.
Concerning Cci tain Relics of the Pant
Dogs that have had their Day.
Uenre-s S'eph-jiHiin'a "Rocket," an J the macnl-flci-nt
locoinot-vcu of lo-dar. arc hm!t npuu the
smo genual princ!;. i, jit tlie lunchine wllh
which the Rreat t-t-jsie.cr ftcto: Irhcd bli age, In in
lerestlnt! now on y a a i r.lu.rrailon of tbe be-.-tn-uliiRofthe
luvetuiun. Th-re werj pl.tn-r- with
holceln ihem long he: jro liiXSU-i's CAFCINE
POROUS PI.AS.EH mrprieed butu tl.e uhllc
sua the phvetciona: o il t'io flu mi h of tho Cup.
cine. I f ,un mil upou thy pa-tiul fucct-res. or tbe
U ter failurii of lla pri.dei.tiic.ia Evert thli g of
value in the old jmroiie pl ieti r it retui i.d in the
Caprine; hut b this pmi.t ul iotni.ar.iion andi,
and contraet hr(;:i4. F r exinnpin:
Tt eold plus . r wcie ali w in Iheir action; the
Tbe old plus era larljed the power to dn more
than to Impart e!j;lit, tempotiiry n-li f In caxes
ea.y of tr. anient; the CntM-liie Deiieirntie th
eyatem mid pirmm i-nily cju-s thu trouhlt-s for
whlrb H la recommetid -rl.
Tbo old pin-era dt'i'eiidd for any god n-snlls
they miKht ntaln up n nn Incident oft: elr makers
sad ibe nalte I f lih of the r weiirere; 'he Benson's
rcacuoeltat'udaliy m.anaof Ihe rcien'lflc cotnhl
nation of the rurc cniilciuul lunfedluiils which it
In brief, 'he old p'ttKere. tike VrpVnaon'e dlt
carded ei.cltio, are awlitlud.tr ho t ack. while
Hi) Ilenson' ,o a on lla wav tvihniiin golden opin
ions from all sorts nl people.
Vol lolb'svory f.,ct li a tho lei Mne dnnrjer to
tho pt-i p'o who liny mid tiu this reliable ai d e-i-entillr.
lem tfy -H, pm-rl-y :e tho iriliiite rice
pnystovlrtu " Imi ation ia fho cone esion Tall
are n akest, eiicce-, Bousoiu i'la.U'ra uro pu
rndled In name nrd e'yle.
B -ware of nvlndlts. The cctinlne have the word
CAFC N'E t-iTiti tbocen'er. 1 rl c 23 cents.
Stahu y & Johnson ibumliW. New Y r'k.
I .iiito a pnaltlyo remedy ;.,r tot. abuM Ol.i-nse; bt lis
d.r jliato been cure,!. lntlerU, an atrenc I. mr iattS
41 its elllriuy, tiiut I win .end no Hon I.I l ll f it ,7
J.'lh.r ivllh a VAI.I AU1.B TKEATIHE (in till j,..,
tuj uJtjrer. (in Kapn-w an, f. o. arldre-s. '
CB. T. A. BLOCtli, 111 rem bt New Turk,
Paying 9tr'a o- Bond, yielding
TEN P..K CENT. Per annnm, snd over,
mayobtaln full pnrtlcila'a. w'th sail. act. irv tefer
nces anil tesrlii oiiiiils. hy addresaln-t It. B'. IS.
DkLU Fln'l Aii'i, 48 Congtoss St., Bmion, Ms.s.
Mention .bis paper.
FAR ME ICS AD I (AUG II l'KMS
t'r any Actbn Man ot Woe nii
lu Cash, workn k f r th" mericHii F-ir . i r.
Address K A. K. HACK Tr. Ft Wayo-, Ind.
or all Union hobllers INOOCII CC
fpcii'loii.LawsAlJOiriDV' (11 ' v snd
iv.ro UJeraUflariLftni) 'oily to
.'nl"noliliL'rxrep itteilonnilTas rlesetteri
liePUADHCO I'KOCCllEl. A ply
LrJIJUllHIUlLO ntonce. Sena twos,
ceet siuuuu 1 1 srOPIART & CO.,
413 a bueot X. .. AVueluustoue It. OS
Fdnattrit and rrocticul irrowcrs now assent to enr
Pmtto "'lluit I lie In 1 1 lit-r Nitrtli !i'i i!m t;o
f.ro?.n '""'"Her lli.-lr iirodm-t will be.'
V suffer IIOs year s full line ot BUikIiu.I lWut. cs,
Into tonnuie. irMwnon ilvytudun I; Seel, U lylosi i
ltluoejU'in Wlieatt White Uusaian()..t: l:taniiCJib.
Iiiwi.saldto liooiie week earlier fun Euv y link ; oi.r
Jiortti rtur Yd o.y lVut Corn sf.,1 t.Lmltta l'-sd. at:rl
lor fodder is eiptal to of onion acid, totnatue.
cnrMts, pejs, &c. Ac , a full Lucn-lf tvecrop. ail
rouds alwnv.on hn-.tdj I ir bi'rinif nr K it sowli-ir.
fth Annual n-italrweo. h T. .If. j't'.Tt'AI.f,
ltijirrowtni tiouroivn fi-ruis. ytua w for oucu
A IfuUD,7T.o:ntn Thy
leiaa i-ta....i.jcn ca
UUieoi i NowVcrt '
lor luoCurocf j
Dr. Ah. M.ml Otto "f !.on(t'0,wrii marc-a a en.
etniiy of Rpilepiiy, hr.s . ltisii iicuiii t.f.!ua i.l c-'n i
T.i. ire esse, thiiiiynthi'rllvlni(riliT"lcliei. 1 ir-crc
Lnailmnlrli.'.'iis.iimliiliiniri i In rn ofrui.
over 0 vesra standing euoeeaanil'y cni-r-l it p .1. I
tuts niihllihe'l to"k nn Oils ise, -ilih bi f-e(
wi h lr iKiolei.r hlaarnndef nltur fren hr'jrl.
f -rerwlm ins? aend their o. press and p. 0. Vs
sUvaalullwllllllll.t"a.l.lr . . i
J y?iiiliTnfV L
"l t ;.i
IV till . It
nARLY MINNESOTA SWEET CORJr
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