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PURE CREAM TARTAI
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. iJiuuu. uiven
If alum or any Injurious tmbNUinceii cim be found
,ln Andrewn Pearl Balcing I'owder. It jvw
, lively PURE. Hi'juK endorsed, and testimonial
' tsocivadTrom such chemists an S. lana Hays, lio.
. ton: M. lluvfontaluo, of Chlrajrn; and Gtutavue
' Bode, Milwaukee. Never told in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
5 Mlt-bbruu Av,
JR7. i!sw W K Wdi
F.vnre Pnrsj.t In Warranted HUtlS- i
factory to its wearer ini-vcry v. ay,
or the money will b relmided by
: tuorjorBon from whom it wag bouijht.
Th nlr Comet pronounced b. mir leadlnir phyji'tani
Bet Injurioae to (lio wearer, aiut i wl"n-i l.y ladle
tlx "a comfortable and periect llttji.it Cornel ever
HDIITI L. M..I!. I'iuIiiii. I'nllll
Health Prraerrtag. 1.60. rMf-Adluattnc. ST.50
Aedoaalnul (eatra heavy) .0. Nundng, St.60
Health Preserving (fine eoutlh .0. Paragiu
For eale by leaalag lietull 0'lrr everywhere.
CmC.VCiO COltHKT t hl!W4fO. HI.
There ba never been nn linden
Urllng. luvlqoraul aud enti-felirlle medi'lne baa
lailed to ward off tuecotup'ai' t, when taken duly
a protection o ln-t molar!. Hundreds of
PUI clan have abandon, d nil the oitlclal poe.
Itlca, od n iw preerllie llr harmlei. veuetablo
tonic for cb lit and fever, a we l an dyapepma and
ticrvou affection. H )ietter' Bitters la the
specific Ton noud
For tale by all Urun;ln' anJ Dealura generally.
Eeeiug omiij Tun.
, One day as 1 stod in the door of tho
postollicc in a small town in South Car
olina, 1 saw a mail enter a saloon oppo
site. In thirty seconds' -he reappeared,
having passed out of the back door,
nnd turned a lumber pile, lie came
straight across the street, a look of fun
on his face, and as he took a chair on
the steps lie whispered: !
"Now, stranger, you'll kcc soraflfun
In about three minutes."
"Waal, my old woman is around the
comer in the truck cart. She'll miss
me and head straight for that bar to
collar my neck. I won't be there, and
she won I give up looking until1 she has
a set-to with the chap who hands out
jiien. She kin lick hiiu.und I'll htlon
it, and you iiht sot stili ami you'll hear
In aliout two minutes we saw the old
woman cross the square and enter the
saloon, and then we hurried over to
look through the window, the man say
ing as we crossed:
"Stranger, onless yer made of enst
iron and double-bolted ye hadn't bettir
go In till the row Is over!"
Hut there was no row. The old wo
man walked up to tho bar, laid down
one of the old-fashioned ten-cent serlps
and called for whisky straight. Then
she put one foot on the rail before the
bar, elevated the glass, and down went
tho "pizen" without a gasp. Up went
her hand to wipe her mouth, and asbliu
turned to eonie out she said: i
"Yum-yum-don'l let on to the old
man if he conies in!"
We dodged around the corner and I
expected to hear an explanation from
niv eoiiinanion. He mIhiI.I I 111 VI irU'elll
one, nntf I think he started out with that
intention, but all he could say was:
"Now, then may I he chawed by alii
gators!" Ddroil Fne IVcms,
The Doctor's Endorsement.
Dr. W. D. Wrlnht, Cincinnati. O., Rendu the tub
lolnnil nroleaiilniinl endornunietit t "1 bay lira.
tcrlbedUr. Wm. Hall' fllnm for the Luiiki In a
Ureal lumber of caaee, and nway wltb tueceM.
One eat In particular wa nlven up by eoferal pliy
lelam who bad bon called in forconailltatlon with
myaair. Tbouattuut bel all the tymptomtol con
- Armed Consumption cold nl!bt awrat, beetle
fiver, hirnMlug conn', etc. He commonced tm
madlaUly to iii-l boiler tid a on realornd to
hi meal health. 1 have alto found Dr. Win. Uxll'i
Balaam for tb Luiiki tin mont valuable expocU
orant fur breaking up dlitrei.lng congba and cold
thai 1 have eur
Durno'i Catarrh Huult enrea I'atarrh and nil af
feciUma of the nmtou umuibtaue.
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All Communication! hmild he addreud to
K. A. BUHSK1T.
rubliHber and l'roprlelor.
A 8oup Plate That Pitted a Ilat.
A well-known New York politician,
with a Hinooth. flit fuuo, t.tovi iiii! Ir.t,
a rotund person, and Hijuaro-tiM'tl boots,
strode majestically into busy Turk Kow
eating ealoonon Saturday, anil sat down
at ona of tho tables that stand in a row
in the middle of the room. An obsequi
ous colored waiter seized hi hat ami
put it in tho rack overhead. Thin rack
consists of three brass roils, about six
inches apart, in tho form of a triangle.
If a hat is placed with tho crown down
ward, and the riui resting on the two
upper rods, it is quite secure. Uiil it
tho hat is not carefully adjusted it may
The eminent politician had an air ol
aggressive splendor. A bright green
scarf encircled his high collar, his frock
coat had quilted silk lapels, and a hue
gold chain hung over a bulging waist
.coat On all sides he was greeted with
, immense respeut. JIo ponderously ac
knowledged the greetings of his friends,
tucked a napkin under his chin, and,
glaring at the waiter, he said:
'0i 11 have an Oirish stoo."
'An' some pay soup first,"
The waiter scudded away, and pres
ently returned with the soup, which ho
set, with a highly ornamental twist ol
the arm. before the. publicist. The pul
licist seized, a spoon, and voraciously
At this moment a dapper little man
slid briskly in at the door, rubbed hie
hands smartly together, and gazed
around with a blithe, busiuess-like.
. "what's-the-uext-artiele?" sort of a
smile. He espied a vacant chair, exact
ly opposite the seat of the eminent poli
tician, and, mincing over to the table,
pulled out the chair, whiaked his hat oil
his head and carefully tossed it into the
rack above. The hat "was brown, and ol
the soup dish pattern affected by gentle
men whose heads do not tower to an in
convenient hyl it abovo their eyebrows.
The hat rose gracefully in the air,
struck the . near rod of the rack, and,
slipping through, camo down with a fell
swoop into the soup plate of the eminent
politician. It plunged into the sotii
plate crown first, and fitted so perfectly
that almost nothing else remained in it
plate, The soup was distributed, how
ever, with groat, thoroughness and im
partiality over the person of the emi
nent politician, who sat as though petri
lied, savo that lie seemed to be oo.in
pea soup at every pore.
"Well, for heaven's sake!" shrieked
tho little man; "did you ever?"
In a few monients'the eminent politi
cian said hoarsely: "Take it out of im
The little man seized his hut ami
slipped away. After the politician had
been carefully mopped off, he sat down
raised his Hushed face heavenward, and
' "Will yez ever bring that Oirisl,
1 had severe attacks ot gravel and kid
noy trouble; was unable to get a medicine
or doctor to cure me until I used Hop Bit
ters, and they cured rue la a short time.
A Distinguished Lawyer of Wayne Co,
Gave Him Up,
Dr. Ike was called to see old Ned's
; son, and after several visits tho doctor
said to an anxious father:
"Ned, I doan wantor distress yer, but
dat hoy can't git well. Do conglomera
tion ob de membrens hab dun sot in."
"Wall, I reckon dat will kill him,"
cd replied. .,"1 doan see how a chile
wid his weak constitution an' conven
tion can get ober such a oneaseiicss oh
ue flesh. So you gins up, doctor?"
"Yaas, I issues my decrement ri"ht
heah. Dat boy can't live live hours.0
, About two weeks later Ned met the
doctor and said:
"I thought you gin that boy up?"
"I did. Ain't ho dead vltP'
"Dead," repeated Ned, contempt
uously, "whv he's oho
, - f i ..
morn in .
The doctor reflected for a moment and
said: "Dat's a nice way to fool wid med
ical science. How does yer expeck folks
to hab confidence in de advancement oh
medical dlsklveries when a boy acks dat
way. Dat boy, sah, lifts hissef up t
dispute do 'stablished rules ob de school
ob physicians. I'so done wid him."
"I'so glad ob It, sah, but vo'sef must
linn tit tii In a 4., V.. 11
"No I didn't, case I understand my
"I means dat yer mout hab lef too
soon. Kf yer'd stayed dar awhile longer
yer might haV stablished do proof ob
"Look heah, Ned, yer'd better let me
go an see dat boy agin."
"No, I'so much obleeged tor yer. I'so
got a heap ob work tor do an' I need do
chile, bo off soniewhur au' pizen a
cat." Arkansaw Traveler.
A Chinese Ballad.
The wife of the Chinese; minlstor at
Vfc osh ngton recently sang the following
W S W".1. or" nve lan.f
ibarb8r,8n, il wil1 l, won thai
1 wlllpr tivciim onto eelleiitt oa
TJtJ unlit yul lwllUiu.Kt '
llao nlyf oiimh im ,m a.M1 , d
, Hoc oinet otlirt ea, rlan d rr,
N" ero unci w.w)l urobofou Ud.
Ort hata nyoili er itvvdb uy.
THE DAlbY 0A.IK0 BULLUTIN:
At a went meeting of thn Elmira
Farmers' Club,', several members gave
tholr vlows in ouswor to the inquiry of
an orohardist who had a number of
trees girdled by rabbits. In answer to
the Inquiry, nnd in allusion to tho rem
edy of making a connection of the bark
above and below tho denuded part by
inserting shoots, a meinbpr said it was
next to Impossible to. have this mode
succeed. Others spoke of tho difficulty
in making the trees live. As frequent
inquiries are mauo on tno subject, we
repeat In substance the mode described
in the Country Gentleman many years
ago, which wo have always found easy
and certain, oven for trees sovcrsl inches
in diameter. Use twigs from a fourth
to half an inch in diameter; the latter
size will be best if the tree is large
enough to hold them. , Thoy are sharp
ened to a wedge at each end, and the
openings mado above ' and below the
girdled points, with a narrow chisel to
receive them. If the girdled Dart is
low down, It will be nocessary to dig
away some oi ine earm, to make room
for the cblscl to enter tho upper part.
The twigs are first bent Like a bow for
entering, ana then brought nearly
straight when in place, n will bo nec
essary to bind them to keep them firm
ly in thoir places. f Theu cover with
eraftinjr wax the two points of insertion.
We have always done this work in spring
before the buds opened, but if well per
formed, it will doubtless succeed later.
Some years ago a gontleman who had
a large pear orchard of some thousands
of trees a few years old called on us
early in spring and said be had met
with a great losa the mice cad gtruiea
1.2U0 trees in the course ol two or three
days under a March snow, where he had
permitted weeds and grasj to grow.
They were, as lie said, "hopelessly ru
ined," and the loss was at least $ 3,000.
We assured him that he need not lose
them, and explained to hira the above
described mode. "Ilut I have no skilled
erafter." said he. We told him that
any man who was bandy with tools
could do the work a common carpen
ter for instance. He accordingly went
to work and employed three men. ; They
could each hnisu sixty or eighty trees lq
a day, with four shoots to each tree.
Nearly all survived and grew, as well
as t te trees which remained uninjured,
except some sixty out of twelve hun
dred, and those were set by a oareiess
bungler. Where the worn was well
done, they all lived. In a few instances
only two shoots were inserted, but the
want was supplied in a year or two by
inserting tho upper ends of suckers
which sprang up below.
In the orchard alluded to at the Elmi
ra Farmers' Club, the trees had been
set out the previous year, wore still
quite small, and the rabbits had girdled
them a foot or more up w hile running
on crusted snow. , The mode recom
mended bv sorno of the members, of
cutting down below the girdled portion,
and rubbing ou all but the largest shoot
springing up from the grafted portion
below, may bo the easiest and best, and
in some instances it would furuish a new
and handsome tree almost as soon as if
no injury had been dona, but there need
be no uilheulty in making the described
connection if small shoots are Inserted,
with a narrow chisel to make the inci
sion, and Wiethe whole well bound to
gether and waxed.
ino best treatment is prevention bj
keeping tho orchard clear of weeds and
grass, and, if necessary, embanking io
autumn with smooth, solid mounds of
earth. Scientific American.
The Lime-Kiln Club.
"I hold heah in my hand," said
Brother Gardner as the sixteen kero
sene lamps in I'aradiso Hall were turned
on at full blaze, "a letter from Wash
ington axiu' me to furnish de gov'ment
wid sich statisticks regardin de cull'd
race as we hev thus fur bin able to gath
er since do organizashuu of de Lime
Kiln Club. The Secretary has prepar'd
an' will for'd do followin' waluable
slices of informashun:
1. Gin a darkey a cocked hat an' a
tin sword an' do noiso of a drum, an'
you kin lead him anywhar' you will. .
2. Wecnn't sec da'tdo color am bleach
in' out any.
3. We doan' know dat do black man
has growed anv wuss doorin' de las'
twenty yar's, anf we can't prove dat ho
has growed any better.
4. Truth honesty an' industry am
threo great jewels hidden in de groun'.
Looks liko a heap of cull'd folks war'
too lazy to dig down an' find 'em.
5. Our religun am 'bout de same, an'
our pollyticks all mixod up.
6. Do inventive genius of de race
hasn't turned so much to mechanism
an' art as to plannin' how to make ono
day's work bring in a libin' for de rest
of do week.
In case any of de members know of
any funler facks b'arin on do issue I
should liko to h'arfrom him.
Sirlsaae Walpole thought be could
see a great Improvement in social eti
quette. Colored brothers wbo had for
merly heaved brick-bats at him now
raised their hats as they passed, and
women who once went barefoot in. their
shoes now wore stockings costing six
tiivcadam Jones had seen agreat
change in his race in ten years. When
a black man who never owned a fowl in
his life had chicken pio three times a
woek the year 'round there was a com
bination of genius and progress which'
vuu. uui uv aepi uown nor arownea
Waydown Bobee thought the oolored
man was more Industrious tb.n in int.
mer years. He had known lots of them
to work hard all day for insignificant
shops and purchase lottory tieketsf
uiiiui uiittica mis of Informa
tion wore elmerfiillv nn-..j j a.
j .vmiciuu, tQU too
Secretary was instructed to incorporate
I hum ami n'l-lu Ut . . . .r .
ii? . 'Ldu mtti'Wnintorsyrup,"
added the President, . "de cull'd man
has got his liberty, but am hungry an'
rao-.red fo'. fifths of .in tin,. tii i...
got do ballot, but do white folks have
;ot do ofllees. Ho has got civil rights,
iut he hain't ovr. tha n?.uu il
- w IIV v. n on mi a oc at. iu
aeparksy circle or de palace kyar. , Let ,
us purceed to blznoss Detroit Vre$
The cut of logs In the lumber regions
of Northern aud Central Wisconsin for
tho season Just closing will, accordlug
to careful estimates, be about itoper
cent, below tho uvcrago, amounting iu
the aggregate to something M0 OrjO.
000,000 foot. ' '
W. F. uamudin, river editor ol I'm Ittn.LiriN
and aleamliOHt paminnuer aiteut. Order for all
klioltof tteamhoat Job printing aollcltud. (Jfllcu
nl Uower' Uurouoati Hotel, No. 7'JOtilu levee.
Tho K. It. Springer from Cincinntti is
due to-night for New Orleans.
The Cons Millar from Ciiiiiciuoati is duo
to night for Memphis.
Tho Hudson from Shawneetown will ar
rive hero this evening tnrouto for St. Louis.
Tim Hudson is gaining in popularity rapid
ly smi is doingn good I tuinchS,
The City of Cairo passed down for Vicks
burg last night with a good trip.
Tho Belle Memphis leaves St. Louis this
evoning for Vickuburg.
To-morrow morning at 8 o'clock preci-e
ly, the Ella Kimbrough will lewvo lu re
with a select party of Excursionists for
Paducah and will return Sunday night
bout 10 o'clock.
The Andy Batim will be the regular
Memphis packet up to-morrow morning lor
The river marked tho gaue lime Inst
evening at 4 o'clock, 80 feet 0 inches and
The Cumberland and Tennessee rivus
are on the rise.
The Aikaosis City from Vicksburg i
due this evening for St. L ms.
Tho Annie P Silver loaves St. Lotus
this evening for New Orlenus.
The James W. Gaff from Memphis ar
rived here yesterday morning 815:30. Sue
received 90,000 feet of lumber at Oayoto,
which detained her about 15 hours, dis
charged 12,000 feet hero and departed for
Cincinnati ai 7 a. m.
Dr. Dunning was called to see a sick
lady on the steamer Gaff yetterday nuToing
who was taken suddenly' and dangerously
ill, but on the departure of the lioat, the
lady was somewhat Letter. The dm' tor
also visited a patient on tho City of St.
If you want to take a cheap rile for a
very small sum of money, call on V. F.
Lambdin at his office on Gih street and git
a round trip ticket to St. Louis and return
on the St. L mis & Cairo nirrow-guege
railroad for $3. Ticket good for three days.
Train leaves to-morrow morning at 3
The Guiding Star from New Orleans ar
rived here yesterday 0:30 a. m. She was
24 hours out from Memphis and had a nice
upstream up of freight and a large num
ber of passengers; departed for Cincinnati
TLe City of St. Louis got off for New Or-
eans yesterday morning with a fine trip.
The Mary Houston left for New Orleans
at 5 a. m. yesterday. She l ad all she wan
ted. IETTEK LIST.
,IhT OF I.KTTEItS KEMAININrt rj.SCAtt.El
KOK IN TDK I'OSTOFFICK AT CAIKO, ILL.,
SATUHDAY, MAY 20, 18SI3.
Arnold. Osry Anderson, Anna
Huttler. Daisey Boyd, Clara
Cathillar, Hcutretta Dillon, Katie
EnglUh, Burba - Eich, Ellcr
jry, Jemuie , Green, Lou Fisho
Greoly, Katy Ilerviy, Matilda
Johnson, Quntie Johnson, Lucy
Joues, Annie Lie, Annie
Meyuis, Josie Nesbill, Beodie
O'Neal, Annie Percorn, Bell
Ivose, H F ltedmun, Dora
Those, Thomas Ulrich, Chertcam
Willsou, Nellie Walters, Carrie
ft ICS i s LIST.
lurch, Stephen Bidix, Melvin
Broad, B S Bowman, R C
Cunuingham, J W Charles, John L
GVmerlord, II Dalton, Michael
Duncan, J D Day, Jeff
Davis, Ueuerey Dicks, Hinerey
Du Fore, Guoige . Eggleston, John
Flowers, Jsmes Freeman, J P
Fox, A O 2 Feroulds, II F
Green, Matt Griffin, Charles F
Green, Ben Howard, Lewis J
Horrington, Cha W llumer, D A
Home, Collin Hughes, A II
Huydue, Andrew Johnson, Gus
Jackson, Albert Kiillbough, MHIcr
Mamurig, J 8 2 Datei, Kldi r
Panuir, Wash Powell, Ellos
'rice, Frank Rolerson, Richard
Batherick, J R Riggins, G B
Sahmon, Willis Sagmnn, Thomss
Smith, Thomas Stu rt Sam
t-harp, J A Ste hens, J
SwankBSW : Stone. J no A
Shurds, E C Strong, Ooorgo E 2 '
Shafers, Wessley Thomas, Crato
Thompson, Dr Wattskins, Hunery
Wood, Oeo II Ed of Evoning Sun
Persons calling for the abovo mentioned
will please say advertised.
Wm, M Murphy, Postmaster.
FA . mumAM
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
. . , lumbage, Btckaoht, Htadaehs, Toothache,
Skr Ttarwat, Nwrlllnar. Nitrnliia, llriilava,
r. . llama. Nralda, Vmmi llltr.
no am, otiikh, aonii.r riiNs ami aiiim. ' -
StM t UrUHlila tui lMln anritwUan. Ill; U.ult Iwllla,
,'! W MV . M ....i. "."'
HaKLrH A. ViHIKLKH !. ' '
MAY 20, 1888.
A NOTED HUT UN'MtLKU WOMAN,
nrrom the Bottoa Olota.
Jfoatr. KiMoni 1 I
Th above U a good liknM of Br. Lydl Pink
ham, ot Lynn, Kau., w ho tbon allot tier human balng-a
may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Wooiia,"
a tome of nor correapoailenu loretocill br. Bit
U aaalounly dovotod to her work, which li th oulooma
of a Ure-atudy, and 1 oblbrod to kenp tlx Udy
auUUata, to help her aniwerlhs Urge eorrMpuodenoe
wlUch dally pour In upon bar, rarh bcarlnc Ka ipacUU
burden of nutTerlng, or joy at rltw from I. Har
, Vegetable Compouud U a modldn for good and not
evil purpoee. 1 bars penomOl tuveatlgatad tt and '
am aatbiOisl of the truth or thlt.
On aocount f lt proven merit It la rwwnmraded
an4 preacTlhef. by the bvtt pbyilcuuu In the country.
Ou enyai "It worka Uka a charm and itw much
pelii. It will euro entirely the wonrt form 'of falling
of tb UK-run, teueorrhoM, Irregular aid painful
lletutruatlon,all Ovarbtn Troubtaa, LinanuaaUon and
Uloeratlon, Flooding, ill Dlaplaeeutnta aadtlweoo
aeqnfiut iplnol vrakuem, and I eapeolaUy adaptud to
tho Change of life." -
It pertuMUea every portion of tho eyetem, aad give
new life and vltror. It removea faUMnew, natulrm-y, .
dMtroya aUcravbig for attmulanta, and relieve weak. ",
tinia of the Ktomaeh. It euroa Bluating, Beadaehe,
Nervoui 1'roeimtion, UencnU Debility, Sbweieaantea,
beprawlon and luJloilloru Tluit feeling ftf bearing
down,ceuidng peln.weltfht and b-k-lie, I alway -permanently
cujvd t y Iu ue. It will at all tiro i. and ' '
uiulei ulleirt uuiaUiiecjgact In harmony wah tb law I
that gow-rna tlw inialv aytm, .
Itcrntnuiili t'.lr LotUeor ill f or fA, and la oM by
dnjgKlstj. .'... I'-'-tn ei lr ' ra tr n lul neein, euJ -the
nome iJ anywbo bate been reetorwl to perf4 ,
beallbby tl.e uneuf tli ViyotaUa ComiXMinil, ran b
obtalucil I v JiirowdiiK Mr. 1'., Un itamp for reply, '
1. K-r '.uin-j Lu Lynn, Mom.
.'oi Kidney CVniplaiat of eltUr ma UiU eompound U '
iatiirtJ as abundant testimonial! abow,
"Mr. riukiuitT.'i Liver l'il',"y one wriur, "ar.
Vitbctt in tht uai-lil f .r tb cur of ConBtliaiUon,' I
IWlouwia and lurpldity of the liver. Iter Blood
Purifier work womiera in IU eporUl Uue and bide Utl
to ual the Ccmpouna ln IU popularity.
. ill mux n-eptvl bur aa an Angul uf Merry waoe auk,
ambition U to douood to otbera.
Wiiladtlubla. 1-a. ( Mra.A.M.0.
Hop Bitters are the Purest aud Best
Bitters ever Made.
They are compounded from Hops, Malt,
Buehu, Muiidrake and Dindeloin theold
est, bef-t, and most valuable medicines
iu tiie world tud coutain all the best and
most curntive properties of all other rem
edies, being tho greatest Blood Purifier,
Liver Regulator, nnd Life and Health He
storing Agent on earth. No disease or ill
health cau possibly long exist w here theau
Bitteis are used, so varied and perttct are
They give new life aud vigor to the aged
and infirm. To all whose employments
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organs, or require an upetiz r, Tone anil
mild Stimulunt Hop Ilitura are invaluably
being highly curative, tonic nnd stimuU
tinu, without Intoxicating.
No matter wh tt yoor feelings or symp
toms are, what tho disease or ailment is
use Hop Bitters. Di n't wait until you
are sick, but if y u only feel Lad
or miserable, use Hop Bitters at
once. It may savo your life.
Hundreds huve been saved by so doiDg.
f.00 will be paid for a case they will not
(tire or help.
Do not suffer or let your friends suffer,
but use and urge them to nso Hop Bitters.
Remember Hop Hitters is no vr.e.drugced
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and
Best Medicine ever mndf; the "Invalid "a
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should be without them. " Try the Bitters
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It la for the
f'ure of thi diaeaae) and its atteadaata,
frEPSLAj COHBTLPATIOW, PILE3, eto., that
TUTT'S PiLLiThave (caTnedT Ji worlrJFwide
reputation." Nb ltemedyniMTeverTieen
3i'e"co"Ve;rgd thatacts ao gently on the
dlftestlVe organs, gi vlcg thBrnvigor to aa-
slmilate food. An a natu'Mlsnltvths
yervoug" Bystem iTBnice"3T the Muaolei
re'Pevelop'eti, and the Dody Robust.
' GlalllsB eaucl Foror.
B. KI V Al, a Planter at Hayon Bar. La., aaya ,
My plnataUou la la malariaj d la t riot. For
several years I could not make half a orop on
eooount of bllloua dlaeaaes and ohllla. I wma
nearly dlacouraged when I basao th uae of
TUTT'S PILLS. The raault wu marveloua:
tij Irthorare aoon became hearty androbuat,
and I hev bad no farther trouble.
Tbrv relieve th engorged I.I retseleeuia
the liloed rrona poieunoua lie mere, anal
rauee I he bowels U nrt nelamlly, wlU
out whlrh no one run reel erelL
' Trytailaremedy Celrlr.endyon wllljraln
beollhr llgH.ilon, l'iirorwue llody. Pure
Jilood, Strong ervra, e-itd Nnund Liver.
'Hcv.au l enta. lltee.aailSurry Sti, W.V.
YL'TT'S HAIR DVE.
Ohav Haiii r Whihici a changed tos.Ur.iMHv
I'ti.Ai u l,y a altiule aiipllentlnn of tliln Dvk. It
Impart a natural oolor.aml aeta InaUtntaneoualy.
HuUl iiy liriiKglnta, or aent by expreae uu receipt
of Ono Oiillur.
Offioe, OB Murray Street, New York.
.f nr. Tt'rrn ma tivt of raiawav
1 infoi-malieH and I'mrfiU Keeeipfs I
erlfl be wialfed f RES on aolieaHe.
A New and complete Hntot, fronMng on Levei
. rlocoud aud Kallroad Htreet, , , '
n,u.. n. ..... ll,.nAl nf tae lhlei.n. Ml. Lnllla
and .ew Orlanl Illlnnl (lontralii Waliaah, Ht.
Linn and l'aelflO! lto mounvain ami oniioern,
ulii.. A l..l.. injl. Ht .. 1.,,i,,e Uellwave
are all Justanro the alreot l while the Steamboat
Laniimii i tun. one ?ueru uieiaiu,
TliU Hotel t heated by atoaiS, ha i diiii
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Kiueirie ohii wi n
Automatic Klro-Alnrm. llath. abaolutuly pur air
purieet iiwraK ana lompiuurappwiM""""
K Huuerb mmlblUKr perfecl eervltot and an nn
mi' lie table. i
ti. IJ. t'AltKKU tVXtt..lwWH
Tliii elegant dreiiinf
It preferred by (hot
whuhave used it, to any
.imihr article, on ac
omit of It tunerior
cloanliiien and Duritv.
It contain material
only Uut ar beneficial
to the ecitp and tuur
Restore the Youthful Color to Crey or f sdid Natr
rrkert Hair Balsam la finely perfumed and la
warranted to prevent f.illlng of the hair and to re.
mov dandruff auditcbiug. Hiscux & Co., N.V,
. Me. ana l ilu at dmlf r, la drui and m,dlclua.
a Superlative Health and Strength Rettorsr.
I , If you aie a mei:li.iu!: or farmer, wnm out wltb
overwork, or a moihcr run down l.y family or bouto.
. bold dutie try TARKKK't (,iKt.aa 'Ii-nic.
- If you are a lawyer, minister or buiinn man e
hauued by mrnrnl trainoranioiitnre, do not take
Intoxicating itimulau,butue I'atker'i tinker Tonic
If you have Comumption, Dyipepsia, Rheum,
lam, KHlney t'omplaiiui, or anydiiorderoftbelungt,
ttomach. bowelt, blood or nerves pAkKaa' CiNca
Ionic will cure you. ltiU.eGreatei.t Jilood Purifier
And thi Best and turett Couyh Curs Ever Used.
" If you are wailing away from ge, diwipation or
ny dueaa or weaken and riniie itiiuulant take
CiNcaa ToMCetoncel h will inviRorate and build
you up from the fiiwdoa but will never intoxicate.
' It baa uved hundred of live) it may tave youra,
. CAUTION t-Rfoll nlrteiie. rsikw'iOlnimToole It
eni(iMi el ike twirvewiel mmntt In IUw.,rl,, iul bnunly
. diffWtnirrempftrratiooirffHraljiifl. fewml frdKalrle
UmmkCmM.V. 10a A i , ii(klr, U, inu
OHEAT SAVING BUVr.tQ DOI.LAB SIX.
Itt n li and laiueg lragr.wce lui nude Uu
delinhiful pcrliuue eiedi..y popular. There
hnothlug Ilk it. Iiitut upon having IWts.
TON CuLuoxa and lot.k k aignature of
ea temy bntlle. Any drorrlit er 4,tlr la vtttuunw
UfcliK AVIXO BCY1.NI) fi7E.
1 AGEiNJSvVANTLD lTirTf
ECK'S BAD 1501
AND II1S I 'A.
The trreat.-M Kicrnrv lilt, fth'a L-n.-ra-'on
uu eopie o!d in two montbr Lur-booy buyr
Il,beiuee !l.i loadtd wiib Kl'N. W eliavetbtj
larcett, neat and most cijiiipiute ecii'iori nut, lllue j
Irnted with original eBiavaea mad" bjouri-pe'
ctai tartt-1 '
Airuiitt arc telling from & to Ui enp'e per day?
I'rka of outlll. lneludit't; . be rumple e l k. 1 1 .U i
M vlfl-: NO M iH'VA KK. bi.t i i.d forj
- t - w
ii A I
ouiflt at oner, and reenre terriu.ry '11,1a b-ok!
outaella JN1 K 'I WAIN, lilty lo ..no 1
lherhar.ee (if alilettnie, to make oi.cj fut.
For circular and teima, eddftte
SUN PUBLISHING (O. I
210 and ! Pine St . Lou a. Mo. S
ii.iu).lr aiwaub'bi look v
J'out for cbai.rer lo liicr c
i their ea-Ii U:f. hi.'! ln Unit
it'ecme wi'i tby; ihoe who ,
no nob iiuyi. in ' u ir oir-M
tur.itii' r ii. run lu pmerivi l
we oner freai ri,aii( to mhle tnoLiy. We wait
roD mea. eommi, hoy a and tflrla to work lor u
rlh( j ibeir owu localit e Anrouefan ilo the
work properly fr m the Bret e'.art. 1 he bue neiia
will pay mere thin ten time ordinary wogi a. Ht
penelveoulQi furnished free. Nn i,ue w ho envae
(al to make uinney rap illy. You ran d. v.,le
your whole lltne to ibu work, or oi.lv your apuie
moment roll Information and I t' at la needed
...,.. Ad lr- srt WUX A CI I'or'Utid. M e
WORTH SENDING FOR I
Dr. J. II. HTHI NTK hu 1,,., nnhli.h.il . l..k
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS !
fifitt HOV TO CURE THEM
wbiehlantrere.1 VKV.K. poxtrw d.tpatla(.r.llcanta.
It contaUiHt-1'ixiVoi.ft.rwiii.n fur Jl wboit.i.
Uma!i' - alTii. t.-t with, or !.-nlek,a j) 'dlMM-of
Uietbniatorluriin. MenU.ai Oil tir. Ail tre
Or. J. H. tCHKNCK A MIX. IMillarlrlDhla. Pa.
Thnt emart n en vi-rt,e -.) to $h fl" per diy pro :
ni. en ng me "i iKkei .vi-nual. I ue tnoi m ivel-l
lone liil'e volume tver ren d. NecOrd. endi.red
aud pun haed by all rl ..e; onthine In Ibe look
line ever equal (oil. Will prove It or foif.n $:. o.
Complete nm pie and ou'fit ! c . or till arti
cular for atamp. Don't art nut attain until yno
loarn what ia nld of (hie hook and what oilier
are doing. W . H . TIIOMfSON, I'tihlla1 er. ol '
Arch btnet, rbll idclpbla. 1'a. Npresn '
Electric Appliances art tent on 30 O.iyi' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UM3 CR OLD,
WHO an auiferlng from Nanvnr Dkmilitt,
Lout Vitai.itv. I.ai'K or Skiivr Foara ao
TtltOR. W AKTIS'II WKAKNKH.-.M nnd all HlDiM' dim iw..
of a Pkhmonal Natuiii: ii auilintf ti'um Aiii'iK and
Othk I'teakH. Hneeily n-ll-.f .u I cunpli l rist
ration of Hrii rn A imui aief MamhuiU lM aiuntf.kd.
The irmpdiv't .liM'v,iry of ihu Niiwu'iitli (.'rriuiry.
Sendatnneti r,ir IlliihO'itci I'.iiiipblitrree, Ad.lr4
VOLTAIC BUT CO., MARSHALL. MIOH.
WRBfS REMEDY CO . M"mi
A..vi PHOtHAIWrJ PASTILLE RtlHEDt
.... leliag Seajiaa'eilur, whe tui-r
am iiuiu t-rvou. ml rur.lcll Utull.
a Ity. Prtmauri Kklnu.Unu mtui
Ui. Ir aimr khk.iuj iiii..iiriHMi
... r.nl.f. .ml
The K.iiuhIt In pnl ep iuIkiwi. . An. i (ItiUua a niuinhi. (a.
Me. (fRuUKhloelTnileiurt, uall'H In M.kn ua-fa.) Vkt Nu. I
(luilnaUirM mnniii.i, !. Sunt hr null la niala wretiixn.
plmlleel rer l.'alea ermea earh Mm. l'aiilirilisl dr.crl.
lDa tSla Ulwaae ail mua uX.;ure aut aailud ou ianaeilua
(HTlfDiH) Id cmrtntt li'r ij iiir Itloml, 8k In mid
nom. NervouA lcbllHf. I in pot iw
Irtunorrbti'tia HyplillUk tutl Mi'rtrUI
Ttrilvftft nitrcUlly (rctr4 nn ovlofttiiwi pnueiplc
Hi Kstfi mill itim rflinMr. 4 nil or writ Tor Mit of Qubs
Hwii lo t itwrfl bjr ihowdu.lrltiR irMUueut ity miU.
(f(roiiturTtr.ii froM Nniturihiill vcttrt thtlr itlilmt,
Mil kvnt, wtMhlrij to iMriid.NnUid. It U notm Iris. J
cririnw 1H. Ill TTH, IU M. Mih uu, H( U-K Ka,
BHTAUUSUKtf OVJCU TlflUTY lF.Al.lt.
noai noveu nuu eueeeeeiui ji,'ii.ii.i . w.
(now retlrodl for the cure of jVereeM nubility.
Ieal M eoet, I VeMlnaeaw and lteeau, Kent
ru plaluaedicteeuvaloperee. DrugglaMeau (ill lu
v Addr DR. WARD A CO., Louldin. Mr.
. . j r......... ii... l .t.u r, m
AB Ikewwba from ImtlKirallena, aira. or it'hnr niaiea at
Maa, annervwl, Inw aiilrllM, pliyelnallv ralneit, and iniM le
e.teiia UfV'e dial Ira ernpTlv, oan fie mriafal? an Deraw.
aeaUreeree, IUhmiI luniiicn modiiitnci. KndorHd bydoelera.
eatra aae tn iiraaa. vaa aran,H nHim iirn HTaaaal
ef ireeUai Nervrae peMlHi, Phy.lcjil breav.AeZ
Hi auntraMni ni tiik M AHareil HOI, IN.1' trmi
eaaea aaaurva ei oaruiia rwwrenoa le rail aei aiaav.
ibaed. Simple, eflMllve, ,4eaair. - CZ
lae. OoneniielUe irllh pktiktea free,
) JUUIZ0Y CO. eS W.Mtk Si, tettaV