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HeaSfh is Wealth !
Oit l c. West's Nkrve and 1:iuic Trr.iT.
MI'.mt, a aunrmtoad rpiieilio for JIyierm. I)i?zU
rii, I'uiivuliiiuiit, Ills, NiirvmiN Neiiriilfia,
ilc4iil;iclii), Norvoua Frustration ivuihcd I.) tlieine)
of nlouliol or tobacco, vYiikefuluete. Jleritiil ho.
pnwaioii, Hoftmiiug of tho liniin rcHultwe; in in
unity uul Wiling to misery, away and death,
rriiirmiuru UM An, Hnrrc:;iif;!i, Lom or power
in eithor ax. Involuntary latawa ami Hnoimaf.
orrh'T-a caud byover-oxertjon of tic brum. self,
aljuwior ovor-iiiiliiluoiicH. Koch box contain
onn month's treutnvmt. $1.00 box. or iix boxee
for fUu, sent by mail prepnidori u-iseiptol 'pnco,
WaS CI A.tAXTtX MX UOXItt
Tu cure nny cane. With ouch ord.ir received byns
for an boxea. accompanied with i'dt), we will
ai'tiil thapiirrtiawronr written frnnrnnteo to re.
fund the money if tlie. treatment, doea not efloot
turn, Guarantee imiiixI only by
11 AWRY W. (SCIIUII.
Drui!r, Cir. Commercial av ! IRih at , afro.
HAS BEEN PROVED
ThaCUREST CURE for
YVaa a Uai VxnV n A I as-roarl nimmA tiJwa tAi-V I
cafe that you axa a victim F THIS DO NOT
U3ITATEt om Kidney-Wort at onoe, dru-
flita recommend It) aad It will speedily over
come the d'.aeaee and restore liaalthy tattoo.
I "iil(ra? ror eompiainta pemiuar
kallUiWOa to yew acx, auch aa pain
and weaknaMca, Eidnay-Wort la Bnaarpanad.
mm it will act promptly and aarely.
OUierSci. laoonUnenoe.reteatlon ofnrtaa,
bylcl diut or ropy depoaita, and dull draeglnf
paina, au tptnuiy yitia to enratiTa power,
iv Boi.u sx all DauoGism. ii.
I i.riv,- prcocrio-d K oiii) Vnrt wttn vkiito-.t
feci! - in a a-nri or mo t obPtlntK- t" of Kid
licv null Ltfr i ru ih e, a'-o t 'r lo n; wmlt
li'' fbllipC Hailoii.M. D., Mnnkion, Vt.
" T wlf hmhotin much Bsstrirtu 'romtbo arr
ofh! Inn-'A ort. him h .1 mlii-y audoth-r com
p'aui." wrlt-.a to Hay. A. U.C'olnoau, Fayet'e-
13 A SURE CURE
for oil dlieasoa of the Kidney and
It haa apaclflo action on Una tnoat tmportaol
organ, asabUnr It to Uuow off torpkLiy and
InaoUou, atlmulaUnj Uie healthy accratloa of
ILa SUa, and by keeping Uia bowala la fraa
oondiuon, eibctinc lta regular dlacharss.
lUVnlrln 1 yon areaul&rinj from
ara blUona, dyapepUo, oroonmpatml, Kidney
Wort will aunly reUave and quick! aura.
la be Bpnr.g tooleacaathaeystem, every
ear ehonM Uka a thorough otmna cf It,
tl 80LD BY DRUGGISTS. Prlctl.
"I a hv iir t vocare of fa tlrfuwin Kldnev.
l. I nff-ra 1 imi iJ aioy f"m 1 v.r dior
!cr iTcmroM "-Jno. 0 .s evlna. sp luertoid.
tibio. r '
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE 1 7
Ko other disease la ao craTalaot la thla eona-
trr u Cor all nation, and S3 remedy liaa aver
equalled tna eclebrated Klney-Wort aa a
cure Wnalorer uio cauae. nowavwooaaaate
tu cw, thla remedy will overcome it.
rif tQ Tina dit--oi.i com-
cl r ICalavJa plain ta Terr apt to be
Z rtreajthene Ce weakened parte and qnlekly
C cuta a'.l klni of PUee aven when poyiiOUna
and Toe.lclnea nave nerore nuica.
Y, 1 1 t Tit you hate eltaer ot theie trenblna
I Orugglata Sell I
'CgLi-t .nllu i, m all lt toruia, yl-hln to KirlQev
Wi.rr ('i fe p il oai-i'- It l v iit ate iinri'L "
D.I'hiliuC (Ulluti, Mo-iHon.Vi An- i SJ
HE GREAT CURE
m a. im jor au wtu ymuuu uiacaaca 01 uia
E KILIKKTOfLIVilK AliJ 0UWELS.
. it oieanaca the aysteri o( We anr potion
(B Uint rauaea Uia dnvulful iiffcrlni which
elouLy the vlnttma ot Ii'ioannuani em real tie.
c THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worJt feme of thla torr.ble diieaae1
einava Been quieaiymiereu.andinanort time,
I PERFECTLY CURED.
t ntire, t. iiinDon dot, old gy Ducccurrs.
Dry cnivrtOT malt.
WEtU. TIICIIAIIIWON Co., Ilurltnptoii Tt
"i c lain Ibid no n niedy for my kli!tiy ciiri-liit
and rtmum itlm." writ; Mr. A. I. Hiirr, of Tern
pla'a Mill. Flnr da, "iinill l 'ti (I'mkii iy Kidney
worl " F.p it ire, tn'Mout to lumbuiluj. causml
Mr. Knrr'a flliordiri.
Catarrh and Hay
Airr, KUle to L i .
COI.ll IN TIIR IIE4D.
fll'Hlllll h & (ltHf.l'l
r auy kind of uiiicui
Di' tnlirinil Irrlla'.loti,
li.fl.imr.1 and roitKh
nriacea A prvpara
tlnn of nodniilited
miilt. Applv hy tlm
ltlle tl.ig r lLt'i til ii
ntitt'tia. It will he
cle 'ii li'K tbe dI
iiaaaaifra o' cntarrhal
VrltDu roLOl iin
vlr l, cnmltiii bealtby crotoni. It a'luyi in
fliimnintl in, ot rtn liu momHrau 1 llulnu" of tho
bvad from addiliuml cuhla, toinplvlu y boa a tho
aoro and ri'iiorm tha mi of taut and amall,
Runi'iti'lal rot-ulia aro roalli d by a low ipplici
tloni. A TIIDKOUGII TnEATMENT WILL CirREI
C renin iiiim ha . alnfd an cnvlnhlo teputatlnn
wber V'ir knoivDidlaplaclnit id other ruparatloni.
Bond furotrrn ar confili'lim full b Innpailon and
rallihlii t'allmonUla. lly mall, prapald 50 Cuutl
PKka"-tnnpi rwnlvii, Hold by all whole.
hIo nd P'tull dru'j (.
Ki.Y'ttfJKK tllntl M TO., nwrn, V. r.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
The moat popular tweet
Chocolate la the markflt. It
Is nutritious nd palatable i
a pnriloular favorite with
children, and a moat exoel
lout ariiolo for family uio.
The grnutn i $tampd 8.
Clrrmnn, Vorehe'ter, Mn$t
llvwur of imUntloHM.
Nuld by Oratera einbr.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorcttr, Mass,'
., ... - aaasn : .eMwaaaui ' v. f 4.eW.Wt.WW.&.f. ft , , IQQiJ ,
i in 1
TUE CM ao IUILLKTIN,
imiui allll VVI'.D.iUiY.
''rmi ot Hanaiori ptlon.
0I1 one y, ar byrarrmr ia o)
(i percent, diacount II pudln advance.)
Hl. one year by mall in oc
0a.ly.ona monlt ... ...'......Z m
Weenly oj ver M . (,
rn.mtlia. , ,,,
l7-CIubaof Bveor more for Waaklr Balletln at
UeMmo, per ytar,l ni
.. (NvaHuai.Tin aoranca.
All t jininimicatlona abould be addremed to
K. A. BURNKTT.
0 Publliher and I'ronrlutnr.
VV. F :,aMHuiM, ri-' editor of i'n ritiu.iTiw
kiiidaofatDa'iihoat jon prmiln, .ollcltcd. Oltlce
a'. Uue- a Kuropean Motel, No. Ii OMo levee.
pa.Mirnr auii, Ordnra for all
fl A'iKS OK TDK IUVK11.
Tin) river markiMl by the gauge lant
evi-niriR hi this port, 84 I'ttt and 8
inches and liriug.
Ciiiciuinit', Fob. 10 U p. ui. River CO
feet 1 incli nml riHini.
Pittaliurgli, Fi b. 10-0 p.m. Rivet 12 feet
I inch atid billing.
Louisville, ;Fcb. 10 l p. m. Itiver 31
feet 7 inch( and rising.
Nnnhville, Feb l0- p.iu Hivcr 35 f;ct
0 inches and riting,
St. L'niiH, Ftb. 10 -fi p. to Hivcr 5 fet
II if Hui statir.nary.
Tlie Ol.i-) is at.j on the rampe snd
all ab'ive Cincirintti ig uudiT wsttr along
tlv hIiuiiii. At I nut r p rt the river at Ciu
cioniii sv ii t)0 fret at;d a'tll guinn up. It
hk raitn.i hcrti oe,.r!j ali day yesterday
with pr api.cl (d a pnlracted bjiell ot
otthei tieneriiily. Should the inhabitants
who live aioiig the tintiksofthe Ohio and
Misaisiippi, txperience sib h s riwi as w;
had last year. It ii turd to full wlit would
li the rt hult.
The Annie P. Silver arrived yesterday
morning with a big trip. She discharged
1,400 b,tlex of cotton besides other freight,
and left for Jit. Luis last night, at lea-t
she was ordered there.
The new f8t steamer Ohio of the Mora
phis and Ohio river picket line frum Cin
cinnati, will report here early this morning
and W, F. Lnubiin will furnish tickets' to
thoee who mav wih to travel on her.
Tb Paris C. Brnwn, Capt. Alei. Hslli
day master and Chris. Young purser will
arrive here to-day ami take freight and
people for New Orleans and way poiots.
The Jus. V. Gifffrom Memphis will re
port here Monday night for Cincinnati.
For s pleasant trip with a j illy crew, we rec
ommend the Gaff. Get your tickets from
W. F. Lambdin, Agent.
The Viut Shiukle from Memphis arrived
hers list evening at 4 o'clock. She had a
line l tip, discharged several huudrud bales
ot ro'jou UTeaad depurtod for Cincinnati.
The Guiding Star with her cabin snd
tei'is fu l of passengers left New Orleans
lust evening for Cincinnati. She also hsj
a big fret Jit trip.
The Thoi. Sherlock will reach here
Tuesday. Slie hn a larifu party of "Mardi
Gras" ou b iar i.
Business on the wharf yesterday was
very good Lut the weather was itumention-
The Golden Crown fruiu Sow Orleans is
duo hero fur Cincinnati. Slio has a good
The J ohn A Seuddcr will pull out to-day
tor New Orleans with her "craw" full.
The Fowler lays over to day at Paducah
but will be on lund Monday.
The Emma Etheridge in the government
service is here waiting orders.
Tbe new Duchoss of Westminister, wife
of one of the richest men in Europe, was
msrrie'l in a dress or white foulard, costinar
seventy-five rents a yard. This certainly is
economy, and economy it is to use Dr.
null s Lough hy run the great remedy for
coughs and colds.
BKCORD OF DEEDS IS CIRCUIT CLERK IRVIS's
OFFICE FOR TUB WEEK ESDISrt TESTER
DAY. February 5th, Taylor and Parsons to
Jacob Klein, Jr.; Bpecial warranty deed,
dated Dt)ceruber 15th, 1883, for seven acres
part southwest quarter, sectiou 26, township
17, range 1.
lOtb, City of Cairo to N. B, Thistle wood;
deed, dated June 15th, 11:81, for lot num
bered 15, in block numbered 13, In Rail
road addition to the City of Cairo.
City of Cairo to P. J. Thistlewood; deed.
dated August 10th, 1881, for lot numberod
5, in block numbered 3, sod lot numbered
10, in block numbered 13, iu Railroad ad
dition to the City of Cairo.
Phillip J. Thistlewood to N.B. Thistle-
wood ; deed, dated October 19th, 1881, for
lots numbered 8 and 4, in block numbered
5,'and lot uumbore 1 5, in block numbered
2, all in Railroad addition to the City of
Joseph F. Priest to N. B. Thistlewood:
deed, doted Jauuary 29th, 1883, for lot
numbered 16, in block numbered 13. and
undivort one-third of lot numburod 4, in
block numberod 4, ud &amn of lot num
bered 4, in block numbered 5, iu tbe Citv
of Cairo. .
GOOD LO I'd FOR SALE.
On Railroad it reel below 6th, threo lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 38 by 80 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at BcLlktin
OA rRO . RnLT.KTTN? flITVnAV Mnnwiwn runnrtAnv
Tbe Ensilag Questiou, '
A Kansas correspondent wri'-s that
ho lini not been favorably inclined to
ward onsiliige, beeiiii.se ho has b;ten led
to share tho Jlural'g prejudice against
it. Our correspondent mistakes the
position of the Rural. We are not
prejudiced against ethsiliigo. We Imve
advisiid only caution in adopting the
system. The most extravagant claims
have bwti made for it. One man writes
that he has farmed for over thirty yenrn
on the farm he now occupies, and that
for over twenty years ha never sold a
ton of hay off tho farm, . but fed all ho
raised to keep up tho How of milk in his
dairy durin? the Winter. Then he
adopted ensilage, and the firt rear sold
over a hundred tons of hay, fed nothing
but ensilage, and that his stuck was in
an good condition, and the flow of milk
JtiMt as good, as when he fed hay und
grain together. Now we do not know
what his nnsilage cost him, but upon
the face of bis stutcnif nt ho appears to
make out a grand case for the system.
Certainly we ore not prepared to sav
that an v portion of what he states is not
true, We presume it is true. But even
this cnso, and the many others similar
to it, do not warrant us, we think, in
saying to Western farmers, that ensil
age is the undoubted and unimpeded
road to wealth. If nnv one wishes to
experiment with the system, there can
be no possible objection to his doing so.
But we can conceive of well-dciined
objection to anybody going into it on a
large scale, until he has fully tested it,
and counted all the cost. We have no
doubt that ensilage food is a good food,
and while tfcero Hre some who deuy that
it is, we confess that we have never
seen anything to convince us that the
denial was well founded. At least, there
is very much more iu its favor than
there is sgainst it. But that is not the
whole case, by any means. The ques
tion Is: cannot the 6ame results be
reached by cheaper methods? Our read
ers know thai our preference is for the
sugar beet. We believe that better re
sults can be reached through feeding
the sugar beet, and at a reduced ex
pense. But, of course, we must plead
mexperience. Wo have fed ensilage,
and all we know about it, others tell us.
It is a serious question in our mind if
our crops on our Western farms can be
ensilaged with a profit. But the proof
of the pudding is in eating it, and any
one who wishes to try it can construct
a cheap silo and make the experiment.
I'rom the Western Rural.
Henry Ward Bescher.
The immense a'rm-chnir back of the
pulpit-flower.? was filled with a huge,
overcoatcd fitnire, almost as broad as it
was long. The overcoat thrown back
overhung the chair on all sides, so that
itwn? quite concealed with the rich dark
cloth ami elaborate trimming of Astra
chan fur. Quite thickly, yet upon the
velvet of the collar and ca'hion, fell the
long careless niai?.-es of gray hair, and
there was the same aggressive featur
ing with which twocontinents have been
so long familiar; the same smooth-shav
en, priest-like face, red-flushed aud sen
suous-lipped, but every emotion and
paasion of it plainly dominated by the
Intellectual power expressed hv the
great, broad forehead aud clear shining
eves, whose look never lowered from
the face of the vapt congregation. The
last time I saw him here was in 1863,
and he looked not much younger then
The expression of the roan has gained
since, however, a txll nnu (tenant char
acter a certain bravado, as if feared
and cared for very little now.
It is impossible to resist this man.
From the time when he began to read
the notices to the last fine, strange sen
tence that ended his final prayer, he
gathered and contained ns all in his hand.
There is something so large and human
even cosmic about him. I kept thinking
of Terence's line in the comedy of "The
Homo sum, et m'hil humnni procul a
me: "I am a man, and ujihiug human
is far from mo."
No antipathy not mine at least
could live amitfthe wise, g 'liial atmos-
F there that swept all over the people
rom that pulpit. The man is an unfail
ing and bounteous well-spring of im
agination, wit, poetry and sound horse
sense, and so magnetic that be corrals
every sympathy., liogently reprimand
ed a deacon because a particular notice
he' wanted to read did not appear in tlie
pile on his desk. Fifteen nuuutos after,
when he did find it, ho apologized in
sucli a half-humorous, half-sad way:
"Why, here is this notice. It was un
der my'hand all the time Ah," shakiug
his long hair, "it is old age." The au
dience laughed all over the room, but it
was a laughter very nigh to tears.
Then He Continued,
Several men were seated in a Detroit
drug store the other day witli their feet
on the stove and a cigar in each mouth,
when a boy looked in and yelled out:
"Some of you had a horse hitched out
"I believe I did," quietly replied one
of the sitters.
"Well, he's gone."
"Did he walk oil?"
"No; a runaway horse came along
and upset the cutter and frightecuu
"And did ho kick himself clear of the
"I supposed he would. How did ha
"On a dead run."
' "Which way?
"Up Woodward avenue."
"Did he turn in at Montcalm street?"
"I guesB ho did.".
"ell, he's probably gone home and
will be around there somewhere when
I go up. Bub, you might draw the cut
ter to some shop and tell 'om t' lix it,
and hero's a quarter for you,"
The boy went out to pick up the kind
linn"? and invcut a way to draw a culler
half a mile ou ontmiiiucr, ami the sitter
relighted his cigar, got a new brace for
his feet, and enid; .
. "As I wns saying, every !gn indicates
that this la to bo h your m groat con
llngrntions. It sometimes seems ns if
S rent calamities moved in wuves through
io world." Fre I'm.
Imitation diomoinls are nmv so per
fect that tho renl oues are at a discount;
po one of wealth Is suspected of weuring
any but tho real .tluuci, and niauy u
wealthy womau tukvs advniitii;ro of this
potion and wears the mock jewels with
out fear of detection ur of theft.
The Wear and Tar of American Life.
Thus, though it seems beyond doubt
that the removal of all political and
social barriers, and tho giing to each
man nn unimpeded career, must bo
purely beneficial, yet there is, at tirst, a
coiisiileiablo sut-o'ir from the benefits.
Among those who, In older communi
ties, have by laborious lives gained dis
tinction, some may be heard privately
to confess that "the, game is not worth
tho candle," and, when they hear of
others who wish to trend in their steps,
shake their heads and say, "If they only
knew!" Without accepting in full so
pessimistic an estimate of success, we
must still say that very generally the
cost of the candle deduct largelv'frora
the gain of the game. That which iu
these exceptional cases holds among
ourselves holds more generally in Amer
a. An iuteusiiied lift;, which may be
summed up as great labor, great profit,
great expenditure, has for its concomi
tant a, wear and tear which considera
bly (liniiiii"' in one direction the good
gained in another. Added together, the
daily strain through many hours and
the anxieties occupying many other
hours - the occupation of consciousness
by foelings that are either indifferent or
painful, leaving relatively little time
for occupation of it bv pleasurable feel
ings tends to lower its level more than
its level is raised by the gratifications of
achievement and the accompanying ben
efits, fco that it may, and "in many
cacs does, result that diminished hap
piness goes along with increased pros
perity. Unquestionably, as long rrs
order is fairly maintained, that absence
of political and social restraints which
gives free scope to the struggles for
profit and honor conduces greatly to
material advance of tho society de
velops the industrial arts, extends Rnd
improves the business organizations,
augments tho wealth; but that it raises
the value of individual life, as measured
by the average state of its feeling, by no
means follows. That it will do so
eventually, is certain; but, that it does
so now, seems, to say the least, very
doubtful. Herbert Spencer, in 1'opuUtr
Science Monthly for February.
A gentle reminder: An Austin firm
sold on credit a pair of boots to a lead
ing citizen, to whose daughter one of
the clerks iu the store is paving atten
tion. A few days ago the head of the
firm said to the clerk: "You must re
mind Colonel So-and-so about those
boots." "There is no need of it. He,
himself, reminded me of those boots
last night without saying a word," re
marked tho clerk, as he limped to a box
of dry goods, on which he sat down to
rest. Ttxus Sitiny.
A GENTLEMAN from Oi well, Pj., called
my attention to E ys' Cream Balm as a
remedy lor Catarrh, Usy Fever, &c. He
waa so earnest in asserting it to be a posi
tive cure (himself having been cured by
it) that I purchased a stock. The Bslti'
has alrea iv effected a numberof cures. P.
F. Hyatt, M. D BorJentown, N. J.
Shili b's Vitulizer a what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziuess and
all symptoms of Djspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per lmttle. Paul G. Bchuh,
The oest and cheapest far start'.r ia
sold bv Borden, He Itck & Co.. St. Louis.
Mo. With it one nun cau mov a louded
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stepped. Neglect frequentl re
sults :u an Incurable Lung disease or con
sumption. Urown's Bronch ml Troches d,
not disorder ihe stomach like cough syjps
aim uuisams, oui set directly on the iutliiu-
,1 ....... ..I ...! .- -. . . -
Maun, annj iuj; irniation, give reliel in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Couirhs, Catarrh, snd
the Thro t Troubles which Singers- and
Public ttpeakers. are Biilyctt to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have beej,
recommended by physicians, and always
give pel feet satisfaction. Having been
tested hy wide aud constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they lave attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 35 cents n
Thus exolnimed on old gentleman recov
ering Inm a severe attack of the bronchial
tubes, '"Sellers' Cou ji Syrup' cured me."
JtLti-8 Sewogel, 819 Rebecca 8t , Chica
go, III., says; "Brown's Iroti Bitters re
stored my strength when suffering from
Highest Prize Port Wine.
The best wine in the country, that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, ia
3per'e Port Grape Wino, wh cb has be
come tho most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine and his P. J. Hramlv
are now huiug used by physicians every
where, who rely upon them as bring Ihe
purest to do had, It is unsurpassed for
weakly fenm'es, and old peonlo. Used bv
the Fifth Avenue Society as hu t-veninur so
cial wine. For Hale by Paci, G Sen c ii.
Croup, Wh oping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh' Cure.
Puul G. Schuh, agent. (81
I had suffered from Catarrh for ten
years; (lie p'tin would bo so severe that I
w.s ooliged to f-eud for a doctor. I bad
er.tir' ly lost souhh of smell. Elys' Cream
Balm has worked a mirncle. O. S. Hit..
LKYs, Bingbrttnptoti, N. Y.
t ii 1 r
1 Wi.- 1 -aS-V jl$
. t,Ua tTm fa. k .l M 1, k I
I etolo d Monroo Sli.,Chleioo .
UI tia MM In any .Hr. I hair J
, BAND CAT ALOUUC, f
L for lal, vim inwm, ,lu l.iiia'tl
ii luinimnih ntiu, Oir- anu.1
IISittihiN.k fnaiilflk '
l Huntta, llnea i.i auai. aaii
lUlt. amiilrir flaiul OtithU, Haraalaff
aartMii a immm au.b.Aajc
- -w.., m.w ,nniM,n iwf.rim ana aa-
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
tlec.no nd U, ..00 traat-nant fi nl "lleaTbOM for
At once reioi the -nt 0' dlen.. an thel- action ia
fthnttl f 3 1 2 N. 0th St., St. Louis,'
C17 Et. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A re'-rnlnr Ornlunr of two niedlrnt
culli'io"!. Inn liren luneer niitamMl In the trvat
Difnt of C'lirouic-. NervoMx, r-liin ourl
Iloorl I'll.' isp thn anv other Plivili-lnn In
bl. LonU. ail city pHi''ra tUew and all old runt
1V11H k'low, CuiiMiltaltnn t nilU'c or by mall,
fret-ami Invited. A frlcinlly talk or bin opinion
costa nothlni;. When H Ii fnrnnve nlent tovllt
Hie city .nr tn-Ktraent, mcdlclm-a ran be wnt
by mall or i-xpr-'. t-vn where, I'nriihle rai
(niHriiMiwI : where doubt exlttu iilsfraukly
t Jled. Cull or Write.
K "rvoun Prostration, Debility, Mental snd
Physical Watkaass, MarcuriiU and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood roisonin?, Skin Alfeo-
tioai, Old Sores ard tHcors, Impediments to
Marriage, Bliflumati'm, Piles. Special
attention U cases from over-voi'ked brain.
SUBGICAIi CASES receive special attuntion.
Diseases arising from lmri'udinceg, Etgeasetj
Indulgen?:a or Expoanr's.
It la rlf-M blent that a I'liyhlrlim pavlnif
particular atlcntlnn to acln- ni'rn( aiulna
gi'fat skill, ami phvglrlnn III reeulariirai'tlra
all over the ronicrv knowhiR thla. frequently
recommend cim to the olile-n dire III America,
where evtry known eii1ta"ce Is revirled to,
and the provexl (rood rHnt Hlnn of all
aaei anil cimmrlei are iioeil. A whole home I
lined fnrotRoe tmrpoaea, and all are treated with
kill In a reiecltul manner: and. knowing
what to do. no experiment are luarte. On ac
count ol the (treat number apt'lylnc. the
chsrgi'i are keot low, often lower than la
di-iimuled liv ottieri If vou si-eiire the tkl'l
ami fret a pei',y and privet m euro, that la
tne Important m ut 'i. l Hinplilet, ud pHgek,
Kill to any iililrt-iK free.
putYs. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pas.
Kletrant cloth ami Rilt Itl rtl 1 11 pr- fouled for M
cents In '00!uc or i iirienev. liver II fly won
derful pen pletures, ti ue to life artlcle'on tbe
I'olluwiuB Milili-cts. Vlwinu) marry, who not;
whvV i'roper aire to nuirrr. Who marry lint.
Zlaiihonil, Wniuiiiiii"'l. V hylcal rteenv. Who
"houlil in.'iri v. llnw 1 lie an, 1 liii.lne may be
increased. T!ie married or connniplatlng
Mrnlre linulil read It. It miKlit to be read
ny all adult pern, tin 11 kent under look and
key. Popular nlltli'ii. 'unie t'Un , but paper
rover and im).a,ci, ii Ceiiti ly uinll, luuioucy
New and Unupiuto II ,tnl, frontlnn no
Second and Hallroad Streeii.
lbs I'antonner Depot ol tho Cblcaeo, Bt. L011I1
ui'd ..owUrliema: Illlnola i:uutral; ttahaah, Kt.
umia and Pacini-j l,ou Jlountaln-and S iuihrn.
Mob In ami Ohio: lain aim si I ..,. 11 "l
are all Juet a(riin tha aiw.it; while tbe u.amboai
uuikiii k ie om oiiu aiuarn uiiiatit,
t l!?u',' '", ,"'u"1 by '"am. baa iieam
Automatic I'lm-Aliirtna. hatha! ahaoinielv n...,.
inirliTi a-weraxe and uiinpli appoluiuieuia.
Nliperl liirinaliiriL'': oerfeci aurvirn- nH
iixcillu.1 table. '
L.. 1. PA1I.KKK C.lt.mw,
I-I. B. INCE,
-Manufacture r and D,ar
;tb Sirno,, betHomi Ctim'l Ave. and Levuc,
oritiKE BOIUNG A SPBt'LM.TV
AIL KINIIH Of AMt'.MI'ltiN.
Ssfna Itc lalrml. All Klnda ol Kuva Made,
raav l.onftt .m.llul tn .1,
nd a wit ln;t.
r. i , ,i1v9'l,"n,a fi ,,,d "bar F'artm.
a , -ura our , 1 Nurvona iMb'litV I'aralyalt. f nllrri,
Ub.-am.li.m,n.rworke1 1 1 1 n I , F x 1 1 u t It n nr LomToI
tW W w k Wt
, ji.i..k. aLi. ..7 it win not boh noming-,
. 9?. i op 'w rJiangreenblo effts of any kind. It
naiwo KqnAtforthe Curoof Rhe.wm.ei.rn. Sprain-, 11rnl..
SUIT Joint.. KftiiMLltriaL.
MNr llirtMt, PaUxw io thai Limb
ami in eouallV ofrienc una for all Pain a
nnvriui uiuuniTv HIUUUIM11.
ask your Dnwclat lor It. rrloq to eU
Spared ouly bf JA003 1. HgW,
Ailc yi nr milk i aa to
rl lleryonr milk; In the
W RkKN MlLii JARS.
If the milk l pure tbe
cream chu he aeen In
eviry Jar. If no o earn
la aeen. It la not aa It
ihoa d be ami needa vour
aitentlnn The milk la
cleaner, iwe.eier and pn
I i-f doilverea In tha W ar-
r n MMk Jir,. than anv
other wav, I'licy are nacrl
In "II ih-;lai 'e cities, and
are aduuti d to all elliea
wii rrn'ara and pncea on application
U. WIUTEMA.V. n Mnrra St., Nw York.
IM fcVKUY oTAiK IN HPYINli (Mt, , t'ounty
nd 8t t rfglita In KVESUKN'S PMKNT LR
COVi r.S )(, 'or dtaluit Ale whhont. a pitcher.
A pioh-ant and remunerative liu-linsa amonK a
ciaaa of mon mi' I henl In huvlnir UiIek of
in. nt the hot-1 and flrai-elaaa a iloon knep ra of
Amu lea and Cana a. !i nd postal card fur do
,I.MKS W. EVEN'DKX.
Pnlentee a' d M 'nnfac.tnrer, Uimie, N T.
T(t APVRltTIFUS -Loweat Hate lor advertli
a tntr In MS i fond ni!wpa:)era lent lre, Addreil
GEO. P: ltOWKLLi CO , 10 Hitm.eSt... N. Y.
IWJKcriOM. a nonltive cure forull Olar.hjrea
"""'. """ nn Bt.u l'alr.rul Beta'iona ot the
OO e,,rb'"t!e- 'orae'eriy all drug-
c lut of prlno, JOHN D. PAllHI & HONri
I T.I ned 177 Syraimnre tit orwClNWA'll"
OHIO I'leaaemeuiiou lUlafjpjr, aw w'
JOHNSON'S ANODYNS LINIMENT will
poiitlvely prevent this terrllilodlacan,, and will posi
tively cure nine cn,.ea out of tin. Jnfo-mntl-n Cta
will fftvairnnrllv.'i, em free hv mail. Don't ilnl-.v a
ES!PctV.J'rcr,?'!'n ' ''etrerthan cure. 1. S. JOUN
n.r -.r.T0V fonrKrtyni'.ooaTJli
rjrrAaoV I'uiisativb lUianialtenowrlcUblowJ.
iweemiia hv. tra
dare helore jeudm, aomi.-
my and aubllme
tiVia week In your own town.
, , ., rlvi) Dollir ouillt rrea. 'o
rllk. Ev n'thlne riciv Capital not re(ulred. We
will furiiiab you every th in ir. Mauv uro mnking
lortnnea. LadU;a make ae mncli aa hii-n and boya
and (tlrla mike i-reat pay Header, If yon waul
bneiueaa at wh ch yon cuu make great t ay all tne
t mo, write for paniculara toll. II M-KTi' SCO.
pi oplear -aiwa- nnu tbe look
out fur ilia cec io Increase,
their famine, and Iu time
nccomo wi-a thv: t hoae who
do n.t linpr,.y.i ih Ir oppnr-
ir.-a- . . ""i"e r-mniu-io povertv.
W e oflur a groat chanco to m.iku money. We wa il
mum men, omin, hoya and elrla m work lor ill
right In 'heir own localit'i's Any one ran do the
wort properly fr m the 11 rat i art. tb but noia
will pay more th n ten times ordinary wages Kx
ptMieuuoiiitt' furniahiuifreu. No "tio who eneat'ea
lal a to make money rap rllv. You can dev te
your whole tim in ihe wo-k, or onlv your una e
mouieuta. fa 1 l',form ition and a 1 1 at la needed
aenifree. AiiJreaa Tl N SUN A CO. Portland. Me.
SKW ADVERT IS BMBNTS.
NO USE FOIl THEM.
Concerning Certain Eelios or the Past
Dogs that have had their Day.
Oooreo Ktcph'm.oiri "Rocket," and tbe magnl
flcent losomntivca of to day. tu built opon the
aaniu genctal prluclelo, yet the mncblne with
whirh tbe great eiiRltecr aatotiNhed bla age, Ii In
tereitlmr now on y aa an llln-trntloiiof thebecln
Dinuofthulnveniloii. There wcro plaater with
holeatn iliein I0115 bel'oru IlKNSON'S CA PCINK
POR0U8 PLASiEK anrprlai'd both tho public
nd thephyalclana: o d tho ldam b of the Cap
Cine ia f undil opon the partial (ucce-aue, or tbe
nuer lauuri;a of lie piedeccaaors Everything of
valna in tbeold poroua planter la retatevd la tbe
Caprine; but aa thla poim all romparaloD ends,
and coutriut bi'Biui. F r example;
Theoldplua en were eluw lu tbelr action; the
.ii.iuii i quica nun rnie.
The old planers lacked tbe p.wr to do mora
than to Impart alight, temporary Hi, f u caiei -eany
or treatment; tbe Cepclne penutratee tha
cytem and permanently cures tbe troubles for
which it Is mcowmondi'd.
'Ih oldpla-ei ra dependi il for any gi0d resnlta
tbey might atialn np n an Incldont of t.elr makers
od ibe naked f.lih of their wcarure; the Oeuson's
reacboe Its euds by means of the aclun'lllo cumbl.
ration of the mre m.dlclual Infredleuts which It
In briuf, ihe old plaatere, like 8'epbemon'i dla
cardt"! ennliiu, aro swlirh. d . ff he track, wblla
Ihn fenson's ,o i on lta wav wluulng golden opln
luna from all r!s of peoplj.
V0; luihlavery fact II the levllug dangnr to
tbe per.plo who buy and uaethti reliable and set.
entitle rcm.uly "Uipoerlay n the tribute vice
pay. to vlrtiu " Jml ailon la the conc ision fail
ure trake-to iiiccci. IJomon's Plaiton are pa
rodlci) iu name and style.
U'twan, of swindles. The genninn have the word
CAPCINK riTin thoceutcr. 1 rlro23centa.
heahuiyci Johnion.i Uemiita. New Yi rk.
niivu a p.nlllv reiiinl. fr UK, alluta il....T hi 77.
"andinir liav Iman curat . tn.tn,l, anatninc ia nel ;i ff
oi I la tti.'aev. that I -im ...... i tu-.v v.,, .!.!..n.F'" n'J iau
I him, a nu.uivu f ....
DO. T. A. SLOCl-H, 111 Plan mh N, York.
Pivtiig MocXa n- rinnd Yielding
TUN Pi.iiCKVr. Perennnm, and over.
niiynlnilti full parilcila'a. w'th paiNfnctorv tofer
ri'.". ,::""l''''il". by adilrcaalni II. u,-IS.
PKLL, Hn I Au-'t, ISCongreai St., Boiion, Mara.
Mem inn his paper.
A liowei'liil iirci.ni'iii ion ,..i..
IHlaod milHtlv of Kaamitlnl (Ilia
I'llO most DeiU'trntlmr Liniment
."""" "'lie l-luriHCH Uinta
Ininarn U . . . . . i. .
iUak. Crwupm Tooth-Acho.
or In any fjurt ol tha Hvitcm
In tha iM:..k o.i.
pes nierTwil a Aiman.n.
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