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f:iot rrt.Mts wearer in every way,
, lint money will bo r. tumled 1T
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CHICAGO COUStT CO.. I lilcuBi. 111.
HAS OEEN PROVED
Tk. suscaT CURE for
Do-a lame W or dlwWMnrtn indl-
hme tha disease and restore heaitny acuou
.ndmkiim Kidney-Wort is unarpMd.
111 K3Ha T-mr al. auca u luun
m it will act prompt ly ana saioiy. , .
rj4v a TMnnn(mw.iTWTinoa w"u'v'
0 naina. all apeedliryieia w us ninui l""",
Kli. bald ix all cnr(KT3Ts. vn.
A well known clprfimai). T;cv N. Cook, of
Trempelean. Win . .vs: "I fli.d Kidncy Wert a
ftcKK ivuk (or kidney and liver trouble."
IS A SURE CURE
tor nil diao of th Kidneys and
It bM btmsIAo rvnion on this most Important
lnastion, eUnralafctmr. thehaeJUvy eotionof
the Bile, and. y Keeping we m
condition, effecting 1 reiruiaraisenarifw.
RflLliaria malaria, have theoblUa,
II Van WfimnvruiK imw
are billOTn, dynpcptio, or xmBtirAtM, Kidney l
Wart will surely relieve noqaiuv
In the Spring tooleaiuw theeyntjm, every .
one should take a uiorou-n ooumo oi
.1. SOLDBYDR0C0IST8. Pries t J.
I. km vt'Ht I went to Europe's Uf'iiry Ward.
J,'nl.ViiliHt(.,N t. S. N. V.. imw liviiiR i
17H W. Si'lu Ave, .1 C. Hiilil. . J., "Olilv to
return wfirfr from rlirnnlc liver cfimiOiilnt. Kid
iiev-VVfirt, Ht h liifl report, haf irt vt-n tins liftuit
Wftllh Uihii l'vf lii'retfironi iM.juvt'il for ii.huv.
iniiy yiturs," lle curcirt now mitl conncnn-iitly
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CF
V iij, nr tlMu Uftonroviilfint in thto aoon
ItrywOomittpfttlon, end w romivly h ever
...n , w,lhmfM Kldncv-Wort aa
i(ure. Whatever tliefWMe.howpvtirohetliiato
K'iha num. mm rojoeeiy wiu imin..i...
e HI UL3l nlnint to Tory apt tn be
BIit a'dklndeof Pilrn even when pUymolana
land mMlainm have neroronuieo.
Itil tk- I ril jroti naveeiuiaroi m""
'In-ill riirojiitn'inl II rvwry iff," wrltF.lii
H Movvr. Curfiape Waliffurttirt'r, MvithUiwh. !..
"bfCII H ' Kiuiity Wort -"i 1'UKH MV I'ltKH."
THE GREAT CURE
Aa It in fur all the painful diaraom of the
c KIDNEYS. LIVER AND BOWELS.
n It alaanaea the vvfttom of. tru anrld nnleon
I that onuaaa tl.o i! ml I ul fufTonnt- wliiftli
CI01U7 the viwivie of KtiniimAttuni out reallra
THOUSANDS OF CAKES
f the wornt forma of tliia trriMi dinaae
qiuuvo ceen quimiy wiihwv ana in inonuiu.
a PERFECTLY CURED.
tjlmttrt, l. J inl lDOl! IlltT, Wil l) III UUtT.tilSTS.jt
I- I'n-Mir tih.it n-mau.
V.T?T,T1. RTfiKAUTlHnN To., HuTllnfftnr V 1
"Mr. Wulii" Cto. mv eimtfiniur. imt'Hli' I
villi ri'"iirti imii tor two yr.r-: t r ) .J . in nln. all
ri-m rtlfa; Ki Inry Wort aloiif i-ioi. him I have
t rli-d li it i v 1 1 Htnl tint' li i-:rnM. '--I'tiriion
of litU 'rf-" ti J. I.. Will tt. il il.- 1U1 . rilnt. Mich
Tin-only known K'dflc for i;,llt-(: r lt, 'J
Alan for hl'in i,l Kalllm,' M'-lcnr. KrrTuun
tv'kne It tninlly r. ll"Vc and f iircn. f li'inwn
and al k .Ti" iiwlli rli'iilnllim. Ncutm
Hunt Tni of illM'W and are alrkni'M. Caren
ft SKEPTIC SAID
only Mtrtrtie arid nulitK.nj birxal anr-. Xllinlnates
IWjtla, Car'mriricn ami Sr-aM. Fl'i nruuifntly aal
p.ltll!y enre prlvl. Ye, it U u r.lisnriltig and
tumltliful Atxrieiil. K'll Kfrofula mid King Fvtl,
twlu limitum. I Ungi'k I; breath t'j g'o0, rcinov-
Ing the runsc. Konti. bllloti" tendenrle and mtkea
Clear compleiloo. KfjuhIIimI by umw III the delirium
of fever. A oliAm.Ing riwdvent and a limtililesi,
laisilre. It ilrlre Hi'k lleadarlie like the wind.
ttoLtaliini)drai.tle railiarttc nr ipluU)a. ludlfven
CtNiiRV)EXC Q U EBO
the brain of morbid fancies. FMiiiilly caret Klni
matliun by rotitlrglt. linstorei llfu-gtung fropir
Uee Vo the blood. Is giwraiitnid U) mire all umou
dltmrders. f wllilliil'le when all opliilps fall. He
fraue the mind and Inrtgoratca tho body. Cures
flysnerwla or money refunded.
Trlaeaaeaof the hlimd own II aeoiKiiiernr. Kndoraed
In weiihu hv over fifty Ommi.hihI Vnillng eiUlcna,
clergymen aud lir sloiann In !.. h. and Kuropti.
t tWor sale by allleadlng druggist. ljkl. (IB)
For TeaUinoiilais and irlreulara send stamp.
Ths Dr.$.A. Richmond Mad Co.S t Joseph.Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 711 OHIO LKVKK.
OFFICIAL PAPKH OF ALBX4NUEH OODHTV.
KNTKHKO AT TU OAIKO I'OSTOKKICK Foil
. I'll ANBMIbHION TUI10U0UTUK MAI13 AT
SECOND CLAIM HATES.
TEHMS OF BUBSCHII'TION:
Dully one yi ar tiy earrlur $'3 0ft
(l per ci'nl.dlafoiint II pilil iu hJvkiicu.)
Dally, one yi'r hv mill 1J Jjf'
Daily, one month
J'ubllnhefl ey?ry morning (Moiulnye txreptttd)
Weekly, ono year - S '
Weekly, inouth - 1 00
I'unllDlioaevi'ry aounay noon.
Itfrciuu of five or more lor Weekly Dullutln at
one tlm -, per yeur, i.su. 1'oetago in n casce
INTAHIA HLT l" A UlASCI .
All Cotumuulcatiouii ehunld h addrerned to
K. A. BCHNUTT.
I'plihuiier and Proprietor.
Sinoo Mickey got Kilt in the War-
MA plnnlon clHlm (ront? Will thin, Bor,
Vou'r' tho nmn thut I'm wnntlnuto w-o,
I'vo a fliiim fur a pliixliin tlial't duo me,
Ad" Iwunt )t to fit for mo.
Will, no. Mr, 1 rover wan wounded,
For. the fact In I didn't Inllslit;
Though I would have been tiff in the army,
Had I not had a boil on nm list,
"Put me b'y, m ptxir Mlcker was kilt, sor!
An' whin poota the tory shall till,
Pure the counthrv will thin be ('rpotlnar
A monument there where he dill
lie wan not cut In two wid a mler,
Nor ctruck wid a Mir cannon bull,
But he lopped from a foor-Morv windy,
An', tiedad, hejrot kilt in thefalli"
"Vis it rah lop to be nrnklng :
Hut, In faith, thin, he had to, Tin sure.
For he h'ar1 thlm a shlnmmlnif and bangingr.
An' a thryinirto break In his dure!
They were froing to capture poor Mickey.
An' to kiu from their clutehea, poor b'y,
Flo had to lep out of the windy,
An', lndade, It waa foor stories hl?h!"
"No, It wasn't the fall, sor, that kilt bim;
It was stopping an suddent. you we.
V'hln he trot to the bottom It Jarred him,
An' that kilt him a dead aeotild be.
CVhl he loved the owid flmr.did brave Mitkeyi
An' ho died for hit oounthry, aithoujrU
He was not kilt in battle i xaotly
Ho u as lopping the bounties, you knowl"
"Twas the marehal was alther him! j-ta, or,
An', In fact, he waa riirht at the dure.
Whin he made ilie lep out of the windy;
An' he niver lept bounties no more!
So, of coortte, I'm intitled to puifion;
An' the old woman, too, is, liecame
We were tioth, sor, depindent on Mickey,
The darimg, brave b y that be was."
"Af eoorse, you'll riot have anny throub'.e,
rVi (ro fin wid yet now, aor, an' fl;l
Out a lot of thlm blank affidavits,
An' I'll swear to t him all, so I will.
I is swaie, yis, to die for one's eoutithry i
Hut, Mad, I can't blip but abhor
Tbtm ban lot where people git hurted,
binoe Mickey got kilt in the war."
Hv T. H. Leslie,
m THE OLD AEBOS.
Marjoric More, bad had a quarrel
ilh ill Wharton; but I felt sure he
would come to me to make it all up.
It wa. his fault, and I would not more
than niM't him half-way. hut I would da
that. So I waited for 'him, and he did
Soon I discovered that though be
might have written, he could not well
Lavo come in crson.
An ofticcr In the nary must obey or
ders, and his vessel had sailed away to
Vic pono two years.
"He will write on the first opportun
ity," I said.
"But he did not write. Then I said:
"When lift returns I must see him,
and time will have calmed us both, lie
ally, we were fools to juarrel at all ov
er 'so slight a thi. g."
And f was verv sad and verv penitent
although I would" not write. S'o, never
that, lie should not have it to say that
I wrote first.
We were at the end of the winter by
this time, and spring came soon, full of
preparation fur a pay summer. My
mother and sisters were going to the
nenside; 1, of course went with them.
They all knew that there had heen a
"tiff"' between Marjorie and Will, and
all took different views of it. Mamma
was of opinion that in such a changing
world aa this, little qunrrels should lie
made up, and that 1 ought to write
though, to he sure, a very dignified let
ter. Josephine was "contrary minded,"
and declared that I had better really
break off and make a surer match. And
Katy, who always laughed at every
thing, said that It will do Will good
nnd inake him properly humble tn let
him alone until lie came round him
self. I had my doubts about the "coining
round." but I said nothing.
There w:im to be a dance at the lintel
that night, and 1 had heard that Mi
Nannie llew was to be present. I had
never seen Mis.- I lew, hut Will had once
said to mi' that she was so charming
that if he hail not already fallen in love
with me he might have lost his heart to
If my idea was to cut Mis.i Dewout, the
effort was u failure. She was prettiei
than I had over dreamt of her. being and
When we were Introduced, she said:
"I've often heard Captain Wharion
speak of von. Mis.s More,'' and blushed
"On her "fnrrgenieut-litigi:r" glitter
ed n splendid diamond, ami ahe looked.
to my eyes, tvs thourh her heart and
soul were full of someone.
How mini! ached!
"She took a great fancy to me," she
told niy sister; and she sought ny so
ciety as though she did.
At last one dav, as we walked home
from the sands, siie laid her hand on niy
arm and said:
"1 suppose you know what that ring
"Oh ves, I suppose I do," I answered,
remembering the ring 1 still wore on a
chain about my neck under my dress.
"I thought you did. It was so curi
ous," she said. "We had nhvays loved
each other, but he went away anil said
nothing; and when ho had been gone a
month, he svrote nnd offered himself, 1
accented him, and he telegraphed to the
Jeweler for a ring, An odd way of be
"Ves," I answered faintly; "some
thing like a young queen being married
by proxy. What is his name, Miss
"Oh, you don't know, then." she nn-
swer-d; "such an old friend of tho lam.
ily. I thought you would havo been
told. It's William Wharton, and he's
nwnv on a voyage for two years. Isn't
"Oh, It is very hard." I said, and tho
tears sprang to my eyes,
"You have lomueh sympathy, dour."
sho said softly, "1 think you must un-
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
"How do vou direct your lottorsP" I
Sho told mo.
That night I took my ring off Its chain
and enclosed it in an envelope, with that
address, and not one word except my
name, Marjorio More,
Two years go by slowly sometimes.
Those did, I know. Josephine and Katy
got married, and Katy started on a tour
having whispered in my ear:
"Don't bo an old maid, Marjorio. Get
married before ho comes home. You
can if vou like,"
Ves, I could. I knew that.
I remembered an elderly gentleman
who only needed a word of encourago
ment from me a handsome man, enor
mously rich. I resolved that such love
as I could give would be all that he
The word of encouragement was giv
en, and I nnd Mr. Chalmers were en
gaged. Tho Nentuno was home again.
Will Wharton breathed the same air
that I havo breathed; and yet we were
nothing to each other.
Where were his vows of eternal love
"Oh no," he never loved mo, never!"
I said. "Had he done so he would not
have been so ready to turn from me."
And yet before wo were both married
for after that it would be wicked I
had promised myself the luxury of go
ing quite alone to spend an hour in tho
spot where we were betrothed to each
I hired a cab, and drove out to the
sweet country place, left it, and turning
down a long lane, eame to a deserted
country-seat lonr in the lawyer's
hands and entered its neglected gar
den. There was an old arbor there, trees
grew over it and a great vine shaded it
un tne nroKen oincn wiinin we satin
that happiest moment of my life.
My foot pressed the threshold.
1 started back a man sat there, his
arms upon the worm-eaten table, Lis
face hidden in them.
The old boards creaked beneath my
tread; he sprang to his feet.
It was Captain Will Wharton.
"You here?" he sa'nL "I thought it
was only I who cared enough fr the
old place to revisit it. My words
the words 1 uttered here meant some
thing." I laughed bitterly.
"No pretence will avail," I said. "1
saw Miss Dew's engagement-ring a few
days after she put it on. I know you
have come home, glad and happy, to
marry her. 1 congratulate you. She
is lovely, but don't play the injured
lover to tmti'e yourself with nie."
At those word's he started forward.
seized me by the hands, and Jooked me
in the face.
"Have vou thought that it was I
who was to marrv Miss Dew?" he a-k-ed.
"Of course" I replied, growing faint
under his touch.
'And did vou not know that mv cous
in, Will Wharton, is lieutenant of the
Neptune?" he asked. "A handsome
fellow, younger than I am. aud a school
girl's ideal. Will is very happy. As
lor nie, 1 came home to in; forgiven and
found my true love lost to me."
"Oh, Will!" I cried, not trying now
to withdraw my hands. "Oh, Will, if 1
had but known. I do not love Mr.
Chalmers. It wasonlvliecau.se of this
news 1-1 "
He sat down upon the bench and drew
nie to Ins side.
"1 won't part with vou to any old gen
tleman," he said. "Send back that gi
gantic diamond, and put on these little
icarls ngiiin. I veworuthem next to my
icart all this while."
I did as he demanded. I loved him and
would marrv no one else. I was not
afraid of breakingMr. Chalnier's heart,
lie could find another wife with his
wealth and appearance which he actu
ally did inn very short time.
And I was married to my Will Whar
ton on the day that united Nannie Dew
ma bwinmnc. uieamine ax. I
The dexterity and precision with which
ft first-class choppor handles an ax is
remarkable. Trees three feet in diame
ter ure often cut entirely through uud
still retain their perpendicular position
until a breeze, or sonio Blight shock
topples them over. Tho two gaps on
either side me(;t in a straight line. To
the novice there are many strange things
within the province of an ax. In clear
ing n piece of farm land it is frequently
a stipulation that the chopper shall
"bucket" his stumps to hold a pail of
water; in other words, leave a concave
bowl on their tops to catch rain-water
and rot them. In the pineries the ax is
used for nearly every purpose for which
a cutting tool is required. With it the
chopper trims his "boot-packs." cuts
lacing thongs, "buckets" horses, and cat
tle feed-boxes, pins up his shed shan
ties and outhouses, constructs his bobs
and "go-devils," and even whittles his
tooth-picks, lie gutters chips for drink
ing cups, fixes tobacco for his pipe.
throws flying bridges over winter
fctreams, whittles out his checkers 'for
his evening's amusement, and carves the
checker-board. In a word, it is a part
and parcel of himself, and its song is
the music of life to his ear.
After leaving the pineries the at has a .
1 i i i. . . ... L
long rauioio to a new iiiy upon the l'acitiO
mope, an uuiiortua, on the Coast
Kange it enters tho famous redwoods,
und then indeed another existence is
found. In faot, Its position in society Is
elevated. Those noble trees, the Golia
ths of the forests, are fast disappearing.
But their gigantic stumps still remain to
to toll of their departed greatness. And
enormous stumps tlmv truly arc. So
much so, indeed, that the ax lias U climb
in the world to overcome them, and the.
chopper assumos a position which lie is
not compelled to attempt anywhere ulsu.
To Burmount the enormous swell at the
base of the tree and commence opera
tions where the average diameter of the
trunk may be said to begiu, , builds a
platform made of stakes with cross
jiiecos of rails, sometimes six or ton feet
high, around his victim, and choirs from
that, cutting above the bulbous swell.
Or, if an expert, lie will simply- "bucket"
a hole in the trunk, and driving a stako
into it. stand perched upon that slondor
foothold as ho doxtrotuly swings his
bludu. Tho size of the red-wooil giants
is world-famous, nnd it is a lygond of
tho coast thata woodsman havinir choo-
Ipcd for A week on one side of a tree,
walked around it aud found auotbvr
chopper who hail been at work for a
month on the other side. Huge they
nre, but beautiful wood to chop, fairly
luring tho Inquisitive blade to tne mys
teries of untold centuries wrapped tin
in their red hearts; and the death-bef-jow
of the forest colossus, as in his final
agony, he plunges down some dark,
wooded canyon, crushing all before him,
may be heard reverborating iu dull
thunder through tho cloaked liills at all
seasons of tho year.
But it is not until the cypress swamps
of the southland are reached that the ax
takes to water. In thoso dark-shadowed
and moss-draped lagoons tho chopper
becomes amphibious, and performs his
work while skillfully balanced in one
of the most treacherous of all "aquatio
contrivances, a dug-out. Should any
one think there is no science to chop
from a dug-out let the skeptic try it. A
tH-rson, not an inexpert hand with an ax,
but a novice at swinging one while teet
ering iu a canoe, did so, ami mourned.
Once on tho Bayou Techo ho paddled up
to a big tree, whoso great, bulbous stem
reached far under the water, and fa.sb
ening his dug-out to the victim, ecized
Ids ax and boldly stood erect in his prow.
Balancing himself for a moment, until a
true equilibrium was attained, he swung
back his ax and made a bold stroke at
the tree. The dug-out attempted a som
ersault instantly. ' It shot out of the water
at the stern; the cutter shot under water
at the bow; and where the ax went U a
mystery to this day. A'. Y. Tribunt.
Church Music Committee.
"They're a queer lot, these church
music committees. It's a very unusual
thing to find a man on one of them who
h.n the slightest know ledge of music.
Sometimes they mke very funny blun
ders. Let iue illustrate this with a
"A friend of mine who has a light
tenor voice of limited compass, wanted
a position in a choir. He heard of a
vacancy and went to see the Chairman
of the committee, who was, I believe, a
wholesale fish dealer in a down town
"' Well, young man,' demanded the
dignitary, 'what's your qualifications?
How high kin you sing?'
"'At at present," stammered my
friend. 'G is my highest note, but'
'G!' interrupted the old fellow ex
citedly, '''.' J .shouldn't wonder if you
was just the man we want. Why, we
tried a feller last Miuday who could
only sing up to C. an", by goh, he had
to prettv ne:irlv jell the lop of bis head
off to do Uftt!'"'
The Viek.sburg ..rr.' estimates thai
there are forty pistol to every subsoil
plow in the Mate, of Mississippi.
Unlets it bad L'reut merit Parker's Gibber
Tonic could not be so popular. Its sale has
spread remarkably evtrywhtre, b cause in
valids find it gives tlii iu new lite uu'J vigor
when other medicines fail entirely. Ohio
;-fThe Diamond Dyes for family use
have no equals. All popular colots eariiy
dyed, fast and beautiful. 10 cents a pack
age for any color.
"A Celebrated Case."
li seems probnble tiiat Mr. Michael
O'Connor, of Galesburg, IU., is not related
to the celebrated Charles O'Connor. He
says: "Samaritan Nervine cured me of
dyspepsia and general debility."
Never before Las a remedy of so much
merit as Elys' Creuni Balm, for the cure of
Catarrh, Hay Fever and Colds in the head,
been offered to the public. No dread at
tending the application. Price 50 cents.
App y into nostrils with little tinker.
Ifjou want to get rid ol pimples, boils,
tetter, etc, use "Luiilsey'e B.ood Searcher.''
Soid hv druueistt,.
O.I'. Cunningham, Champaign, 111., says:
"I inn selling a large amount of Hrown's
Iron Hitters, and it tills the bill reiuurkably
To The. Wi'Ht.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned sec'.lou, but the direct
mill reliable route is via S.uut Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run Irom the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the ver
fu i h; make are attached to all trains.
At K insiiR City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cat
if" it ""luect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas aud Nebraska
At Oinahi, connection is insiic with the
Oveiiaud train for California.
This line oilers to parlies enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and supeiior accomodations, but beautiful
eceiieiy, as it pasees through the finest por
tion of Missouri aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of thit
line, which will be mailed tree.
C. 15. Kl.M.NAN, K. ClIANDl.ICK,
Ass't Uen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Dropsy and Klieiiiiiatisin.
Dropsical and Bheumatic persons find
the use of Sneer's Port Grape Wine, of New-
Jersey, of iucalcuable benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties have given it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country' and Europe. This wine
took the highest premium at the lato Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weary and de
bilitated females, and used by the best fam
ilies iu New "Vork as an evening family
wine. For sale by Paul. G. Hchuh.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores the
sufferer to his former vigor, ft -At drug
I have had Cabin h for years in its worst
form. Before I had used one bottle of Elys
Cream Balm droppings into my throat had
ceased, pain and soreness In my bead was
removed, Rs well ss deafness, It gives im
mediate relief for cold in head. Mrs. J. I).
Hugadorn, Union, N. Y.
An attractive, youthlul appearance se
(tired by tisinK Parker's Hair Balsam to all
who nre k'ettiug gray.
JUNE 13, 1683,
A J'DHITIVK ( UllB
Catarrh and Buy
Ann able Iu Hs.i.
1(11.11 in TUN li K II,
lleiidiii lie A 1 cn riieim
or liny kind of uiucin
Inrliumiil and rough
uiluies. A prupara
I I o n of undoubtful
merit. Apply by Urn
litllu fl.iger li to the
tiiii-till. It Mill be
m M -j, I t aea aa7 noeoroioi, eileelilRliy
liUHHaiea of ralarrhal
tiros, fanning healthy sefretions. It allays In
tl .4 in ii i hi I ii . p-oterla tlii inuiiiiiraii'il linings of the
liuad iruin iddiliiinul colils, i'filiiileluly lii-ala the
sores and restores tho reuse of tasie and smell,
Huiietklal roiilis nrc rmilla d by a lew applica
tions. a Tiioi.oi i;ii thi:a imi:nt will ci:hki
Creum I Wi I in tun taiiinl nil enviable riipulallou
where vi r known ; dleplaf Ing nil other nreparat tons,
rifind for circular itiiil'ilnlug in 1 1 ii. (urination and
rullulili! teelliiiuiilals. II? mall, liruliuld Ui cunts
n iiatkagtt-eiaiiips received. Sold by all whole-
alu hihI n-inll iliiigg'ets.
KI.Y'M'li.KAM HAl.M CO., Uwi'ijo, N. Y.
PAH K KK'S
'i lis clegwt dressing
is pfcfcucd ly thuae
,iim I jr arUile, on ac-
ount of ii tupcriur
kiinliiKW and pmity.
It ConLurn mjleriulft
only tlut are beuctkul
to the scalp aud hair
Restores thi Youibful Color to Grey or Fad id Nalr
rrkers llJir iijitam is nneiy prnumed and Is
jrmj.tcd toijrtvt-nt iJlu.g of U.e hair audio re
move iLmdruM and itdiiug. llistox & Co , N.Y.
frf. ana 1 1 llirt, at 4aim la 4 run ana BOTlKiaat,
ft Superlativi Health and Strength Retttrar.
If you are a ino luiitc or fanner, worn out with
Overwork, or a re.Ker run cImwd by Coialy or houso
L'j'.d fiuiica try I'AtKU'i O.Mm '1 umc.
I f you are a law ) er, D.aiu-icr or butuicu man ex
taii'ted by mental bUinoranAiouKcam, do nor take
If you have Consumption, lpriua, Kheuouv
lira, kidney CompLunu, orariydiwadeofthtlimgi,
st'jinaf.h. l.jweis, Uwod or neie.l'sr,-r- CtMoait
'Jokic niilciue you. It itt.e(jretci feluod I'urifier
And tin Eett and Surest Cough Curt Ever Uud.
If V'jU are wanting away fejui age. dissipation or
any disease or m ckncbd and rejuec a stimulant take
GiNcr 1 umc ai oui.c ; it will invigorate and buud
y'Hi up fruin tiit f rM ijv. t il will never tniusicaie.
It uas uved Iiuu-jicU of liti; it uy save yours.
CAl'TIOX I Kt tu all mUti'.uUa. I'i'W'i GiMntTmnc U
conMwd of tlat belt rvn-aial aieinu id Ur wofid.aufiliauUraly
eiflrfroi fnan tjiratitii c irw.ir-f ain. kWvd fur cmar a
Umif to., X. X. Ha. ; mm, al Sarn la draat.
CHEAT SAVING HCVINfi DOI.U.B S1L
lun'ti and la,u g tr.. j-ranc tuu luade tius
delightful P'.-rtuiuecACecdn.g.y popuUr. Iber
it BVlhiug like it, iiii( uoon tuvuig f LOKi.
Tua Caucus and iok i-J aiiuiuiic of
oe wrrr bottk. Alt aruHA or 1b ytrUamj
caw tui'Liij you. Itl suit i ftit .mt.
LAhUE MMMi Hi'YlSO ?5c. 6!7E,
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Bsa been so Irwiueutly and aaturfaotorfly pnrren
that It seeiuB aliuust euiwrfluouri to aay aiiytlimg
more In tiielr favor. Tho bumeiian and oouaUuUy
UicreasijuK demand for Uieai, U'Ui in Una and foreign
fjountriee, in Un) beet evideuui of tueir value. Their
Alo toaiay in Uio L'uitwl Hutea is far STrastar tuau
any oUwr oiUiiirtio iuebciiio. Thia deniaud la
not Piiawiiixlie, it is rurfiiiar and steady. It l nol
cf tu-day or ytwderday, it i an iiiereaao that na been
atuaitly Krowuur lor Uio Uwt Uiirty-flve years. Wlial
are Uio roaeoua for Uua sroat aud gtuwmtf dtliiaud f
Ir. ScIionrU'M .lliiiiilrnke I'ilUflouUIn no mer
cury, aud yet tuy act na wouderf ul etluct uik)H
tlioliver. Taey cleaumi ta stoiuatii aud bowelnof
ail irrtlaUuv luslter. w lileli. if allowed remain.
loiKouDtun blofl. aud brinio, on Walana,Chiiut sud
1 ever, and many otaer diotanefi. 'I uey inn basiui
aad Mruurrth to tun diirMetiva otvaua. Ihey cream
aiiUUiaudrivoviirorU Uio whole aysteui. 'laelj
aroui ft tin, lucdicuiu of all otliera wuifili auould
betakeuiiiUmueluwUio preeeat, wlmu uiaiarudaud
rllnirepldeuui-narMrainiiK. an liiey I'reimru tu sys
suui to rohiBt atucka of ojioaeo of every character.
lr.8cbciiek'i Alumlrake I'lIIn rn sold by all
druKioeW at !4 per box, or null by luaU, potiil.
on ruuui't of irico,
lr. KebeneU'a Hook on ConauatiptUin, Ut
cr 1 uuiiilaiul and llyawin, ill KuttUsli or
lieninui. is wyit fref to aJl. Addreas lr. J. Il
rSCIII'.Nt'K A (sN, l'hliiidrlpbbi I'a.
i-firi StatoA Monroo SU., Chicago.
V' t , cm in .iliUirksIr
ifi BANDCATALOOUB, 1
ff fnr iS:i. vi" "W'-. -I" l jmnmH(
. ia y "f
Hl'mnwiik Kiiaii Os. f'i l.iliil.
i Slin.lfc PMi'i s "l"fl ru'-s ami
l-it... a i... I in l Out Mt. Itirndrll
I i...!.i..,.l...tni'1ii'i.'.tiiilrii'-tlonaiiil Ki'
8i l f..r AiimU'i' IHuib, auJ s CaUloiw
nf t'buh I'm Ml
','ROSEWbOD 7i Oct. PIANO,
wliu Hroofc, liiHia,
UritlllH I i UUb I'lano,
kVlll for an lb
W fsum Oman.
CHPEt 0HHAN. 'u.
Ptraisnopi At Co., Ill
WVatllthHt.K. V. .
-sc fc ; v
Jiiaiaa Willi H.1H iiy
I JK ifA I
ILLINOIH CENTRAL It. II.
Shortent imil QnickcHt Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv -Lino JtuuuinK
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Diukot ''C'onnkotioi,
I'HAihi LiaVI Caiho:
-.Ofj u in. M ail,
Arrivitig-lu ' ,I.i,i:!t. 4Jam ; f 'iiiai, bfi p m.
t'onuuet (f at (dln and r.ti'i.ni.ein lot CfLclu'
ball, 1. isvllle. ii.diaiiapoi.a ai.d p"dl is Kul.
11:1 i n.iri. HI. IjOitiaf tiiifl Wealein
irr'.vli.it in HI. Louis 7.0. p. m., and oihuvwin.
for ail points vV til.
:j.fi J). in. Knxt I'lipreaa.
V tt Hi. L)ui and l liiiaixo, arnviiiir at SI. Louis
tu:j p Bn, and t bltagu T:an a iu
H:fif) i in.(.'in-inriHti I'liprwa.
linviuK al ( lucinstl 7:J a m.; l.ouisvlll
s n..; Indianapolis 4 tj a.m. J'aeecnyers by
tine train real li tLe above poti.te Jy u ,'1J
lioL hh in advance ol any uiLvr route.
l-TLeS:W p. tn. ipres La f-L'I.I.JM A.S
IktHSljlAk Cairo W ClbclLuatl, wlllout
nances, and tbroucu aitcj vuio M . Louis and
Fant Time J ,:it.
HrtSsif'll f'Ml'sl lij' 'iu,: ttoiLroiifb to rst.
i cionjj J fj tril pomi miiiiitl any Oeiay
sused by uacsv Inu w oh.k 'i L atullay after
loon Uam from Caiio arrtv,. .n m w Vork Konday
Doitiluiiat 10:a. Tiiirtyni hours in ailvaiiti tf
a oilifi rouU',
Hfor llirotiyh tickets M.r! f'.rtler il.ti.r n-alloL,
ppiy al lil! uots Centra! l eCr. ad lApnl.f a'.ro.
i H J" K. 1 lrket A Kent.
A. H. UANHON. (ieti. ars. A.-tt. Chicago
AKKIVAL AND bhl'Ah'I'l KK ;K XAILS.
Arr st In p're
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. 4 ' p Hi. i. Hi
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p ill. 111
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... p. iu. a in.
. 'o p. ui tcJte aiu
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A .Vol .
.." .,li 6IU lu?:Kj ptu
. i I 111 UI.
. a. in. tu 11' a tu.
. In. in Ifj lo Se am
be pii'n. etied from
Li.t:e o .r , arils ac
. V.L'r-.l nV, J', it.
C K. K.i'l.roml lock Hi) I;
" isk trail
" i ? u li '. 1 in. i: ....
true Muuii'.uin li li ..
Wabaeli K h
I eiue A 8l. l.ou r h K.... ..
M. Louis & .'. no li. li
Ohio Hivrr . ..
e I lvcr aooieWiti . rat.
fi imrif W . ii .1 r:
Y .. cen. di 1 ep t from
r.u wn oei oi i r irt-u. ... ..
rutdsis kit it! oiii Ikii.
Su non-U I. ha del in ti fritii .
a-fjr-NO! t. bsii:es i;.
timr W iiilc Ibcity ptitii rs
tordiui;ly. M 1!
t M I VXKi.
C'AIKO bAPrier Cori-er lenti, and topur
etrie'.e; preaclni.i; first and Kurd Suudajt iu
ai h month. 11 a tu. ai d 7:.x u in : l.raver Uiue
Ln 'i'uursday, 7. p. in ; But.c sy rhool, p:o a ru .
Iiev. A . H (i & o r mr wi .
UfhcH Or HIK KKLiKKilkK-iKplscopal
J KourLtiel.'.h sltuet : rinnduv 7 fAi a U. . HuiV
Con nam ion le:3ea iu . Mointtiir liajnrs II a. m.
Sunday eel. no U p la., bvenli j: t'rayeif T:u p.ui
K. Y I'vuuiiort, b. i . It rttcior
IslKeT MlHblUNAKV KArTlsT CHVhCH.
V Pri:a. lilif at in:' a o. , S p. m.. and 7:ao p. tu.
ihhbatb acl.ool at 7:30 p. IU he.. I.J. PLoros,
I t '1 IIEKAN Thtruiutith ilnet; aervivaa nab
Ibatlil 3' ui i bulidny school 'a p m. her.
i.uppc, pu! jr .
f r" ! H'.'l'l."T Cor. Kili'.h ar.d Wa.i.ut streets,
M 1 reoclilni' balil at!. H:a a ru and ? :'io p.m.
iiiia. cnoo! at .i.oe p in. hev J.A.&oarrell.
,n , , r
) I'.KMlYTKl'.IAS - LU'htti f irte' ; prea:nl.i(! ou
rnM,nl-. at Jl:ue a t:. attl 7:ip. in.; prayer
i.eiiiu Wediiee'lav at 7:J'i in ; Pondjy hclmo.
- 11 Hi. Ilev P. V. 'jeore, r.
I .IO.sU il b
Si.iifinv reliol al
in. ; Ve-iers ;
p in. ; set-
etry d:.i at 6 a
ii . ' I...H.. i 1 i.ri.,r !iilll
... ... ..A i..,i fcuiiiiii.. ' fturvlcuA hab-
l ai,i! in s in : Visii.rs .1 L li.
Km, ilar bohool
p. iii. services ev-iry dny a', e a.m.
AKT1JJOTKIS A I.J.
Atlanta, ''a., April 17. IfHI
In 1"7H I was the victim fa terrible Ulood Poison
anil idler beliiK tnaied li v three J'livKiuus was cnu
llued In mv btsl, uot able to laiaii uiy hauu to my
bcd splltini' up dots ol Mo. nl. aud reduced Iu
weight from IWi to liiii potiinls. 1 llien bt'ijln Ui
u.e of SWIFI"H Sl'Kl'll'IC, mid Iu les" than thrue
inoiilln I wa eutliely well, welulied lisl, aud havo
never bud a SHUplolii of the iltsense since. If It
bad uot been for Swift's Specllle I lelkve I would
have been In my uruvo. .lolIN V. IllHUOr.
TIllKil HOT al'lilSliaTWO YtARS MITIIOli'T lllLltf.
Jlmurlal hheiiiuatisin mudo mo a cripple. Afier
trviinr Hot Hprmita l i vuiiis, and the Mercury and
Pbiash iniiliueiil until I " askvlvtuii aud uuablu
to do a'illiliiL!, I wa pivvsliml upon to taku a
couraoof S. b. . Alter lakiui' tbiuu tioillusmy
aiipulll" buiian In Improve, and I slntid lies h rap
idly. When I had tnaen twelve bottles I fellas
well as I ever did II Is now twelve mouth" luc
1 took 8. H. . Mv liualth and appeille are (jourt,
and I am all otoalleud to all tu business l ean
ll'olSprlBUS, Jan. 1, lns3.
1 ium KKWAKD wi'l he pnjil in ativ -h';''
I A "U who will linn, on HiialysU ol 10 bull I
h h. H , one parttr.Ui of mercury, lodldo potaeslum
or any mineral substance.
TIIK SWIKT 81'liClKlC CO.
Drawer S, Atlaiila, da.
(iur Utile UfKik mallorl frtio to applicants. 1
Thst Hmart men srerat;.' ..(m to S Oil par day pro.
fit. sell n the "I'oekel Msimal.'' 'I h niosl iii irvel-Inn-llltli'voliiiiiu
ever 'ssuiid. Neuded, eiidorsud
and pnrchssiid by all clsssos; notion In tho book
linn everennal toll. Will prove Itor forfeit j e.
1,'fimplete sample and merit f' c , or lull parti
nilsrs for stamp. Don't sisrt out aiinln until you
learn what Is said of this hook and w ind oilier
are ilolnif. W. It TIIOMI'WoS, I'llbllslier. 401
Arch Htreat, 1'bibidtilpkU. I'a. aprsJia