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A NOTED BUT tJN'HTIJCII WOMAN.
From tha Doatoa OlofJa.J
SitMart. JErf flora
Tha ahoTe 1 a good Hkonflta of Mr. l,dla E. pink,
bam, of Lyon, Maw,, who aboTeall othor human being!
may U truthful! called the "Iiaar Friend of Woman,"
aaanma of bcr eorraipondenU lovatocall brr. Sue
U iealoualy dTotod to her work, which In thewitoome
of a llfrvatudr, and U oblUrad to ktwp alt lady
aaalatanta, to htlp hr antwcrthe large corrcapondanm
whlrh datlj poun In upon bar, each Waring Hi apeolal
burden of aulfrring, or Joy at releaafrom It, Her
i ViKTOtalilaOouipiiund la a medicine for good and not
aril purpoeoa, 1 hare peraonally Uifilgidltand
am atUdi-d of tha truth of thla
On amount i,f Its proven marlta. It Is rommended
and preeorilx: by thelxwt phyalclaiia In the country,
Uu atyii "It worki like a charm and aave much
pain. It will cure entirely liw wont form of filling
of the tttorut, Laucurrbua, lrrgiilar and painful
lruation,all Ovarian Troubl, Inflammation and
Uloaratloa, Flooding, ill Dlnplironunte and tho eon
' eequnntiptnal weakne, unit la aapaeiaJly adapkd to
It prrmiteeirery portion of the lystcm, and glree
aew life and rigor. It remove falnuuw, Batulinry,
dertroya all rrarLug fur MlinulanUi, and rtllnrua weak
om of the atomaca. It cure Moating, uVadaehc.
Nu-roua ProatraUon, General Debility, 3kpkweM,
I)preilin and IndlgoHtlon. That fueling of bearing
down, cauntng pain, weight and backache, 1 alway
pcrnianwillycurnlby Itiu-o. It will at all llnx and
nndoraU rtrctinudinre, act In harmony with the law
that gorerni Urn 'etnale yrtom.
Itcoeta only (i, per bottle or tlx fur V, and U aob by
di-uggiata, An; jdvicer'quirelaatiie'laleaiM,and
tho name of many who have been riM'irwt tu purfert
health bythe oaei.f the Vegetal li Compound, can tie
obtained l y j.;droelntf Mr. I'., with atampfor reply,
a. tier honio In Lynn, Ma.
!or Kidney Complaint of tilhtr nex ihli tern pound l
nnaurawd a l uni.,ut lJliiu,nlal alio. .
"Mra. nnk!iam,l.irerrilla,"uiyot.ewiiter, " are
tht bttt in tht ,rM for the cure of C"niiptlin.
BilioiiTOcee anil Torpidity of the ltrcr. Her HI.hmI
Par uVr work wonder In It a uprrial line and Mda fair
to equal tbe Compound In Un popularity.
ill niUKt reefieet her aaan anirel of Men-? In ,l
amliltion 1 to do good to othera
HiHadelphla, Pa, ( X,,. a. M. D.
A remedy with inch a reputation a llottetter'a
Stimarh Mitttrr di-a.-rve a fair trial. Ifyoaare
d)peptlc. yonr mldv will eventually yluld tnlt;
II yiiu ire fovh'n. lark fluah and feci dvapundunt. II
will both build and cheer von up; if vou are
eon-Upated, it will relieve, and if Mlloiti, health
fully atictnl.to ynnr liver. Don't dcpond. but
make thin error' In the r'ght dirertlon.
For rale by all l)nivtw nml Dealer genernlly.
Ii eomiK'l of Ueib.il aii't Mieilnirinuua piod
U't, which permeate) the aubataitce of the
I.auti expectorate the acrid matter
llmt c nlfC'e 1.1 the Biuinhiui 'i u)i,nnd fenna a
onthlug eoatlnK, wimh relievea the Ir
rltotlou Unit uum'4 tliUMiugh. It rlrauaee
tltelunuauf all hiipurlllea, itrrngthena
Hie in vrtaea enfccblril by dlacaac, mrigor
ntea the circulatHin of tbe blood, and trace the
norrouaayiitrm. Kllf(ht cottl often mil lit
conaumptlon. It la tlaugrroua to nrvlcrt
them. Apply the remedy prornptly. A
tt of twenty yc'irawarratiU tho aiertion that
no remedy ltnecrer lieen fonnd that laaa
prompt inilaeireclfl.iaTUTT'8 EXPECTORANT.
A alucle done ralii-i Uie phlrfrui,aubiuiii
inll:imniation,aud in ne apcnlilr pure the mnt
o'Mtina'.ecntiKh. A pleneant cord Ul, chil
dren take It readily. r Croup it la
IriTaluahle and ahnnVl he in cverv fumily.
In g5c. and l ltottle.
ACT DIRECTLY ON THE LIVE!?.
l ure htli und t'ever, airpa(it,
Mick lle.nl ac lie, Itliloiia t ollo.t ona:l,in
tlon, llheumatlant.lMIra, I'alpltntlunof
the Heart, llzzluea, Torpid Liver, and
Female lrret;ularlllea. If you do not "le 1
Tery wall," a aiiu'lo f ill atimninica tlieMomnch,
leatoroatlio appetite, impnt ta vior to thcVitm.
A NOTED DIVIDE SAYS:
I'k. Iutt: JJtar bin l ot ten ytora 1 havo
Jwsn a maityr to Dy-iiop-ia, C'cniUimtion sml
I'llr. Liist cpring (Mir pilli were reconiiuitidt 1
tomo; I naod the m (hut with lit tie faith), 1 am
now it well mnn,live pood appotite, difcetion
perfect, rejrulnr piirg gone, and I Imve
FTHined fort f pounIT!uliu flesh. They are worth
their weight in trolil.
KKV. It, l.BtMrsnN,T,nuivin. K).
Ofncej !t IMnrravM., New York.
int. Tl'TT'H MANl'AIj of I ierul
Jtecelpta 1 oil application. I
If you arc sick Hop Bitturs will suroly
aid Nature iu making you wull wliuu all
If you two costive or dyspeptic, or aro
HUtU'riD from miy other of the nuniurtuis
tliscascB of the sUnnur.li or Ixuvels, it in your
own fault if you remain ill, for J'np Hitters
are a soverin remeiiy in all such coin-
If you are wasting away wi'h nny form
of Kidney disease, st ) tempting Death
this moment, and turn for a cure to Hop
If you .-re sick with that ti-rrihlu "ii'k
iiohb Nervousness, you will liml a "Halm in
Oilead ' in the use of Hop Hitters.
If you tire a frequenter, or a resilient ol a
uiismatio district, barricade your system
against the seoursgo of all countries ma
larial, epedemic, hilionx, and iiitiunilltiiit
fevers by the use of Hop Hitters.
If you have rough, pimply, or hbIIdw
skin, had breath, pains and aehc, unit fuel
miserable) generally, Hop Hitters will give
you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetest
breath, health and comfort.
In short they euro nil diseases of the
stoiu'ich, Bmvulg, Blond, Liver, Kidneys,
Blight's Disease. 500 will bo psid for a
case they will not euro or help.
That poor bedridden, Invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, cau bo raado the pic
ture of health, by a few bottles of nop
Bitters, coating but a trl Ho. Will you let
them surfer! (2.)
TH K OA MO BULLKTIN.
UAILX AKD WKEKLY.
'1 Hrini ot rJuhtonptlnn.
Dalit on year hyr.arner f III 0)
Ci per coat, diacoant II paid In advaace.)
did ,oneyoar hy mall 10 0C
Onily.one montt 1 on
Weekly one year.M M It 00
Ae'V.n month j utl
Hr-Uliihi of tio or more for Weekly I)alltln al
me time, pr yuar,$l wi
IHV4BUHI T IM ai?4HCI.
Al! Curamnuicatlon ahould be addrmeit to
K, A. HUKNBTT.
W. if .'.a X It III rtver eitili.. r t'arn II,,.....-
and teanilio4t iin.aenep . .,f.ni n.,.A r.. .11
- - - r - iui nil
kludiof leatnlKat Joh pnntliie aollclted. Offlce
in' v auruiiirari nuiui, .10. f4 JU0 levee.
STAOKSOP TUB RIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge last
eveninff at this nort. 4 feet and 8
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Feb. 14 -d p. m. River 05
feet 3 inches and rising.
I'itteburgh, Feb. 1 4 -0 p.m River 1 2 feet
0 iDchcs Hud falling.
Louisville, Feb. 14-0 p. m. River 42
feet C inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 14-0 p.m. River 41 fret
5 inches ami stationary.
8t. Louis, Feb. 14 -H p. m. River 7 feet
5 inches and 'rising.
The City of Rnton Rouge will commence
receiving freight to-day for New Orleans
and leave here Saturday. She bad a line
trip of freight snd people, all of which wns
discharged here and her passengers all left
via the Illinois Central yesterday for their
Consideiable interest seemed to be man
ifested here yesterday in regard to the hiy L
stage of water in the Ohio. Although
Cairo is entirely out of danger, yet wc
sympathize with other cities which are
more unfortunately situated, and frequent
ly subjected to overflows.
The ThoB. Sherlock from New Orleans
will surely report here enrly this morning
on her route to Cincinnati. She has over
one hundred cabin pna-t ngers on board snd
a good big freight trip.
The W. II. Cheiry from Nashville arrived
here at 7 p. in. yesterday, discharged her
trip and transferred 10 passengers to tho
David R. Powell fur Sr. Louis.
The David R. Powell from New Orleans
arrived here latt eveuiug with a big trip cf
freight and people and left for bt. Louis at
7 :ai) p. m.
The fast Cincinnati and Memphis packet
Ohio is due here Saturday morning from
Memphis for the Queen City or the region
of "mighty waters."
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will re
port hereon time this afternoon, connecting
with trains going north, south, east and
west. Leaving here on her return trip at
5 p. in.
Telegrams yenterday from St. Louis stat
ed the .'ri:e had broken above there and a
riso of 18 inches from 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. had
A telegram trom Johnsonville on the
Tennessee river wss received at our office
last evening, stated that the river bad been
falling there for 24 hours.
The Jus. W. Gaff did not leave here until
9 o'clock yesterday mornin ns she had a
large lot of cotton to discharge.
The Hudson from St. Louis ia due here
this evening for Puducah and Shawnee
town. The Guiding Star from New Orleans
follows theMierlock and is due here Satur
day. We will make a guess on the rising river
here and say 45 feet for the "top notch."
The Raven leaves Paducuh to-day with a
big ton for New Orleans.
An Incident In YirgitiU.
Our old friend. Mr. Wm, Clsnghton, of
Heathsville, sheriff of Northumberland Co.,
Va., says: "We havo many good medicines
in our parts, but nothing which equals St.
Jacobs Oil, the Great German Kemedy.
My family keep tho Oil in the house at all
times and use it for almost everything that
a medicine csn bo used for. They claim
that it is uncqualed for rheumatism and all
bodily pains. Tappahannock, (Va. ) Tide
A oiit'-nniu'd und Hgc-d soldier was
found by the first Xiipoleon wearing a
faded uniform, with n sword by his sTde,
and breaking stones in tho road. The
Kinm'vor Mopped his horno mid Inquired
of the ve.teriin, who hud lost hi left
linn, why tho government neglected
him and allowed him to work on tho
mail for n living. The soldier rofused
to hear n word Moid njriiinst tho justice
ninl liberality of the Kinperor, and when
the wrll-lcnod Napoleon revealed
himself, the mini was frantic with de
light. The Kinperor took 'from his
breast an tinier which he wore mid
fastened it to the vHernn'H tattered
eont. "This is for your lost arm." said
ho; "when vou lose" your other hand I
will give yon I ho mia of the Leo-ion of
"Is that n promise, niv Kmpnror, ox
claimed tho veteran. "
"It Is." rejilied Naiuileon.
Quick ns thought t ho bravo old soldier
drew his sword, and severing tho re
maining hand from his urm. at tho
wrist, dropped on his knees before tho
Kinperor and claimed the redemption
of his pledge.
U evcrv tree Is known by Its fruit,
what kind ot fruit docs an axletre
OAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15. 1883.
0LARA BELLES' PHYSICIAN.
What He Said About a Fashionable Girl's
Iloalth About Sleep and Dress.
My friend Laura found it pleasant
to bu thin ami pale, because she n not
strikingly beautiful, ami in iippearnnco
was hlowly fading awav, like it broken
lily, writes Clara Hollo to tho Cincin
nati Kiiuirer. There' slut created an
interest that she oould not otherwise
have enjoyed. Laura is a' dear, good
girl, and I point out this weakness
solely because I mean to mako her cuso
an illiiKirntion of somo things that mv
readers ought to know. When she
found that her cthorealness was likely
to kill her, she made up her mind that
she was a kind of lily that preferred to
have her stalk straightened up, m that
she might bloom awhile longer. There
fore she consented to go with mo to mv
nhvsielan. Hit is a plain siioken old
fellow, und when I explained that Lau
ra was nut really sick, but only adroop
er, a die awav, "a langtiisher, he held
her hand up between his eves ami the
light and said: "There is no flesh and
blood there- (inly skin and bone. She
lacks vitality." 'Then bo was informed
in answer lo bis tpicst'ions, that she did
not keep late hours, nor live exclusive
ly on caramels, nor lace tightly, nor
commit any other of the common fe
male sins against health.
"The faet is," said the doctor, "that
tight lacing is rarely carried to an inju
rious extent nowadays, and late hours
by women are usually followed by
plenty of sleep, in the day-time. The
worst thing that fashionable wo
men do, as a rule, is in the changing
from warm covering to nakedness. Vou
go about all day enveloped in a seal--kin
sacipie, which keeps you in a
Turkish bath, opening every pore in
your body, and then at night you go to
a bull or paitv with your arms and part
of vour hodv liare. Colds are bound to
Latirn piote-ted that she never wore
decolette dresH'u, and the doctor might
have gues.-cil u much from her seraw
uines;,, if he had used any sense otit.iio
of the medical line."
How do you sleep?" he asked.
"Splendidly," she replied, "nine or
ten hours without a dream: but when I
wake I have a dreadful headache."
"What is your room like?"
I had seen' the prettiest of imaginable
ne-ts, and 1 chipped in with a descrip
tion of it. Nothing eoulil bit wrong
obout the ventilation. I declared, for
the windows were high and broad, and
were left open over night. The bed
stead was carved all over in solid rose
wood: the mattresses were filled with
freshly curled hairand rested onsprings;
the linen was of the whitest and fiue-t.
the blankets were a ift from Califor
nia, where the softest and warmest
are made. The recollection of the down
pillows threw me into a rapturous
jiraise. Of the undressed silk of which
their coverings were made, and their
elaborate embroidery. The edges were
finished with silk cord, carefully avoid
ing anything that would keep tlio cush
ion in shape, for it was expected to
yield and expand to everv movement of
tbe head. '1 hey were a little more than
a half a yard souare, and covered with
Indian silk a crushed strawberry tint,
on winch were scattered
neatly worked darning stitches, taken
close together, and the
"Hold on," interposed the doctor;
you are nut writing a fashion letter just
now. Have vou ever seen Laura asleen
in ruts woinicrriiny iieaiititul tied.'
"Yes, only yesterday morning."
"Win-re was her nose?"
"Let hie see. Oh, yes; it was undei
"I always sleep that way." said Lau
ra; I cover my head when' I get into
bed. and it stays so all night.
'Tiolialilv that causes nil the troub
le," said the doctor. "You manage to
ventilate your room propcrlv, and then
manage tu breath vitiated air for cHit
orten hours every night. Stop it. Sleep
with your in:ti I uncovered tor n week,
ami then let nie know bow you feel.
She followed his advice, and at the
end of the week felt first rate,
Distinguished Views on the Suicide of a
A plumber has recently committed
suicide in Chicago. Sueh'an event has
never before happened in the history of
the Union, (iiven below are the views
of a number of distinguished individu
als on the occasion:
"Suicide is rather a risky operation
in 'futures.' I hve never" yet tried it
myself. Many wish I would." Jav
Me, too. "-Cyrus W. Kicld.
"It must have been due to overwork
nnd overcharges. "Herbert Spencer.
"1 will put my name down for 8 to
any subscription gotten up here to in
duce and encourage a score of New York
plumbers to go anil th likewise."
Stephen B. French.
"When rents are free, properly in
land abolished, landlords obsolete, 'and
every foot of the earth's surface Is cov
ered with n teeming population, wo
shall discern -but how and where this
self-saeriliecd man did his part In usher
ing in my new order of things I reserve
till my next chapter." Henry George.
"I hold it as a striking iind'prollttible
evidence of development of the Improv
ed nnd progressive condition of morali
ty nnd conscience in the West." Wil
liam M. Kviirts.
"He must have heard of my recent
nomination. "--Mayor Kdson.
"It heralds the opening of a new po
litical and social era in our civiliza
tion." Benjamin 1'. Butler.
"So fail olio by alt I he oppressors of
the people." -llerr Most.
"I wonder if he left a bill behind
him." United Stales Attorney-General
"What Is a plumber?'1- Mrs. Lang
try. "I must have a dead plumber in my
next play. "-John T. Raymond.
"Is he dead',1"- Mark 'I'm it In.
"1 am glad. 1 have long thought of
killing? ono mvolf." General William
"I, too.11-Ulysses S. Grant.
"I have views on this subject also, as
well its tho sun. moon, stars and tho
comet, but shall reserve them for tho
Herald a little before my next lecture.
'It la to mo a new evidence of cvolu
tloil and It'volnlion." llenrv Ward
From the Kcto York atrophia,
Given up by Doctors.
"Is it possible, that Mr. Godfrey is up at
work, and curod by so simple a remedy)"
"I assure you it is true that ho is entirely
cured, and with uothing but Hop Hitters;
and only ten dnys ago his doctors gave him
up and said he must die!"
"Well-a-day! That's remarkable! I will
go this day and get some for my poor
GeorgeI know hops are good."
Frightening Children to Sleep,
A lady in this city overheard her
nur.su girl the other night talking to the
little child she M as putting to sleep, and
among other legends of the nursery in
which she indulged M'as this:
"If you don't go right to sleep this
minute, a big, awful black bear, with
eyes like coals of firo, and sharp, white,
cruel teeth, will come out from under
tho bed and e-a-t y-o-u a-l-l u-p!"
The poor little thing nestled down
under the clothes and after a long sea
son of terror fell asleep to dream fright
ful dreams of horrid bears eating her up.
That night when tho stolid nurso had
composed herself in her own comforta
ble bed and put the light out, there
came a sudden ran at the door, ami tho
voice of tho mistress called loudly
through tho panels:
"Maggie! Maggie! for mercy's sako
get up as quick as vou can! There's a
fearful burglar under your bed, and as
soon as you get asleep he's coming out
to rob nnd murder you!"
At the word burglar the girl sprang
screaming from tho bed, tore open the
door and fell in hysterics into tho hall.
The lesson was even more instructive
than the mistress had designed; but
when the girl's fears were calmed she
said tu her:
"You did not hesitate to tell my little
delicato child, who could not possibly
know that it was a lie, a cruel story (if
a bear under her bed; now, when I treat
you to the same kind of a slumber story,
you are nearly frightened to death. To
morrow you can go into the kitchen and
work; you are not fit to care for little
How many children are there Mho,
every night of their lives, are frightened
A young lady writes to know what l
meant by the following: "How to have
a book rebound; throw it against the
wall.1' The best solution of these dilli.
cult problems is tu try them practically.
Let the inquirer take'a book and throw
it against the wall. It is a mean wavtc
treat most books; but if it is an Knglish
grannnartliere'll be no great harm lione.
If the book rebounds, she M ill under
stand the meaning of the remark. If it
doesn't rebound, she may put down tht
man w ho iuhl her it M tuild as a person
'who is willing to deceive a young Inno
cent girl, siu li as wo judge'our corres
pondent to he.
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l)riiggists say that Lydia K. Pinkham's
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for female complaints they ever heard of.
Nkiiv.iIsnkis, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, St. Vitus Dance, Pros
(ration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
live1 Organs, are all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Food, the great
botanical remedy. $1.00 pkg., for .
Mrs. Hannah Tronson, Chicago, III., says:
"I gave Brown's Iron Hitters lo mv two
children as a tonic, after they had suffered
irom scarlet lever, and it restored their
Fakmhih mid othiiH tK'siniij,' a irentt;t;l, j
lucrative a'iicy biisinusx. ly which 5 to I
f JO a day ctu bu t'lirncd, auud addrcsx at
once, on postal, to U. 0. W ilkiinou & Co.,
1U3 him m t niton Htrt'i't, Aew iork.
Will you Gondii when Sliiinh's Cure will
givo innin'iliatcly relief. Price, 10c. oOc.
und f 1. (ll)
Advice to Mothers.
Aru you disturbed at nijit uml broken
ol your rest by a sick child suH'i-iii)j and
crying with pniu ol cutting leMlt't ll'tm,
send at once and "ct a bottle of Mr. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Childr. n Teeth
iiitf. Its value in incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little EuHerur immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake almiit it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, aofteus the ruiiih, re
duces iiirlamiiiation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
Iow'b Soothing Syiup for Children Teething
Is pleasant to tlio taste, ami is the preserip
tion of one of the ohicst and bent female
physicians snd nurscH in the United States.
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2.j cents a bottle.
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The best Minn in tbe countrv. Hint took
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are now being used by physicians every,
where, who rely upon them as being tho
purest to be hud. It is unsurpassed for
weakly females, anil old people. Used by
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Shiloh's Catirrh Biinedv a titmitive
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Bit. Ki.ink'n Ghka r Nkiivk Knsroitkit is
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Addreat OH, WARD A CO., Louiaiana. Mo.
Jiiia..rli.i.ii curln.l,.. w.ol u nod, SLIa and
H'in.-.WTaua Ih-hllllT, Imnulmcy. Orcanlo
Mraknraa. fcanorrhirm fcypbllfllo ami Mi-rvarlal
anitloaa aprrliillj IrcaUil ou atlfiitllUi prim-li'ln,
Trim ula and aim ramnliva. Call or writ for l.l.l of Uu.
ll"0 to on aniwarril by lliow' dralrini lr. alni.-Dl bt nnfi.
1 r.o..iirrrlh,io kualarr .h.Hil.l vad ihalraddrmaA
Vand Irara tnatolMnir lo their adanliia. II I. ant a Irma. J
Aditnwa, lK. Ill T in, III . Nil. Su, MC UaU,
KHTAHLIMIIKU nvKH TII1IITV VKAItH.
HARRIS REMEDY Cb.,TLKSftL
I PRO HARHI 8' PA8 1 ILL E RtMEOV
I f oooa a.a m l oil.rr. ho lultur
I irom Nvrrou. ai..l ii.WBiM.i ......
Ilty, I'raniaturo Cihau.uoa anil
uiflll roanr tH)m cnUHaiiutnoi-a,
Th. B.....I.,. . . 7Z"' m"J nl radk-ally can,
i '. ""i1 up 10 bo""' 1 ' nwitli), as.
v . " '"i. aoura, nniaai in trvm oan'a.l lai So.1
(la. I iliro. n,nth.. 7. H.nl ,, n,. p,.,B
hlnZliT W?"P" " Kaiouhlal iLti.
tlua Ihia 4iaaaM mi mla ol uura Hal Ma. ad , apalioauoa.
IS MANOKACTUKHD BT
FSSH BEOS. 8i CO.,
WK MAKE BVKRY
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
A.n'L.'?Xri1l,,n,JJv?un,?lvM ,trll'ly 'o oneclaaaof work; hy employini noun hut tho X3ot
?.'i-,,l,:'f.,.,..l!',,l,,,,5.1.?, '',, '!"' PIIIST-CLASS l.VIPUOVKll MACIHNKIIY and Tho VKltY
JJtSl of MIL xThl) TlMUltU, and l.y it TUOKOUUU KNOWLKUUB of tho buaiuesa, we bare
Justly eurnod thu reputation of making '
"THE BEST WACOM OW WHEELS."
Mannfactiirora liavo ahollahod tho warrauty, but Affonta may, on tholr owu reanunalblllty, Blve
tlio following warranty with each wagon, if ao aifreod:
We Hereby Warrmit tlio KISIl HUOS. WAGON No to bowoll matin In erery panic
ularatidol pood material, and that tha itrenith of the amo I fiifficltnt for all work with fair
uaagn. Should nny hroakano occur within ono year from tula ditto by reiwon of defer llvii material
orworkiiiaindilu, repairs for tbe aitiewlll bo furnlahad at plncu of hIo, free of charire, or tbe
prlco of Mild repair, a per atrenl'a prlco 111, will ho paid lu caah hy tha purchaser producing
ample of tho broken or defective part un ovldence.
Knowing we tan anlt you, we loliclt patronage from every aeetlon of the Uulted Statue. Bend
(or FrKea and Term, and for a copy of TUhi 1CAC4N K AOIlU'l'LTl'ltlST, to
ii'ir.w mioi-B Bpp.iou 10 ino minaro win
luiitl alinoNl Instantly RILIIVI PAiNf
inor uinuuiur in nun. or iciiyp aiaftrrcoal)IO PffectS of nny kind. It
I .11 1 U- l-l i "a.
naa o mjiiAMortno unroof Khonmatlam. Bprnlnw. Brnlaw.
Sot Throat, Winali
and a equally enleaolotia 1
n too laimM
and a equally enleaolotia Tor all paina In
requiring a powerful dlffualvo stimulant.
Aak your Drugulst (or It. Prlco so oti per
Prepared only by JACOB M. MTTRWTTJn
Whola la Pram-let,
T. iOWH. If O,
PORT GRAPE" WINE
Spkeu's 1jokt Grape "Wine !
FOUIl YEARS OLD.
rpHIS CEl.RHKATKl) NATIVE WIN B In nia.la
from tho juire of thu Oporto ii)e, ralimtl lu
tlila country, lot Invrihmblo Ionic atitl atn-ujlli-enliiir
iirnjinrtii-H are nriHnriinos.Ml tiv any oilif r
Nativo AVIrio. B.-lnif ihn pnre Juice n( tho (Jrape,
proilured nnilur Mr. Spour'a own p.-raotinl siiptirvi
f ion, in purity hihI (T'-tiiiIih iioks, art) guarauiaeci.
Thi yotiui-a! child m . y pnrtiiki of Its nnflrou
qualllii'f, and thu wmkitat invalid (The it to advun
Ihiih It if imrllculurlvhi'iiellrlrtl toOiraged and
tli-hliltatuil, and Kiiltl in thu varimm otlmunta that
anVrt thu wcaktir . It In in every respect A
WINE TO 1)E HEI.IKp ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Tho V. ,1. 811 K Kit V Im wine of Superior Char,
actu r and i arukoaof ih rlchqtinl'tln of tbt grap
from whirh tt la madn Kor Tiirtty, KIchneia, Kla
vor and Medicinal Prnpprtia, It will lit) loDUd un-exculk-d.
Sneer's I J. Brandy.
Thin nUANDY laiid iniriralotl In this Country
helnefar "tiporlor fur medicinal ptiri)iii.ia. It la
piiredlHtlllatlon ln i the urnpp. and rnntatud val
nahltt medirlnal proprrtiea. It ha dullrato fla
Tor. nim'lnr to (hut of lh zrapVH, from which It is
diiiilled.and i In irn-m fnvnr aniouir tlrKt claan
rami)!.' t,t;e thai th mcnaturu of I.PKKI)
HI'KKK, Pa-fiilc, H. J., la ovr iho cork of each
oid ny paul sen nn
AND lY DKL'O HSTS KVKH VW'UKHB,
Bu...... a- " - ". , ura urau jL.iacaararM,
-"il"!!3 , tl"'' 'l"ftil Bunaiitiona of tSS
INJKCTION. I n ...... . ,. . -
t-;. lr:ara. or R.'nt tiv Kxrmaa nn ro
ll B cUlor prion, JOHN D. PAH K t SONS
IBsJ 17ft Htid 177BynnmoreiSt. CINCINNATI
Mfcy OHIO Pliw mintlnn .lita nipwr.
IH'opie are a l wbj s on t he look
J 'out for chaticvi lo hiereano
their emu liii!, and In time
iieconin wen !lh v thnoA urh.i
do not Impniv th -lroppor-
... lumiioa remain in porerlv.
V h oner a (.rent clianct) to noiko inoucy. Wo wa at
mam ineu, woman, hoy nml girls to work lor n
rijjht in 'heir own loealltle Any on" cau do tlio
vvoik in-opi'rly from thu flrt ainrt. Tha hnallien
will pay lucre th :n ten time ordinary wava. Kx
peneiveoulllt rurnlhci! free. No ono who enitairoa
tal to mako uiouuy rap dir. You can tlo,.to
your whole tltn- to tho work, or only vonr pa-e
moments, rull Information and nil thai la uerded
enifrwi. AddreaaSl'INHON A CO. I'ortlaud. Me.
Visu HiiON. A (o lUrlno. Wla.
A powerful niciiiii iiLiiiii t-iiiii-
lixiaed lliostlv of K.mnllnl oil.
kllOWn. Kn nmi,tintr.ilA,l 41. nf ..
Pnetrnte to the very Bone,
it win ami rinfhin.
- "- aw
It kkmppmp t
m, Lam Book, Crtunpa, Tooth-Ache.
or iu any part 01 1110 nyaieni
or lu any bar
tlio Stomach and Bowola,
Hoe Merrnira Almanao.
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