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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SA'lURDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1883.
Evwy Coraet U warranted bans
factory to tie wearer in vry way,
it th nwiu'T will i f tuuded l-y
the jHirauu from wlioiu it v. aa boiu;Ut.
TheonlvO-raetpronounrvyl by our Ira.llrir M'TUn
Wade," rR,( r;, by Ma lul i
Healta IWrvl.g. 1.0. elf.Alu.tl. J6
Aedeaataal (eti heavy) .. Nui-elng, I.6
Urellb. rwtrrtin ne eeutll' 0. Vmtm
rorwle ly leading- ItelHll lloulcr. .verynherc
CUIt'.VOO COJISKX CO.. CliluMu. III.
A NOTEII MET r.NTITLKIr WOMAN.
from the Ikwton (lode.
The above U a good Ukeaee of Mrm. Lydla Z Pink
ham, of Lynn, Kaae., who above all other buiuaa being
may be truthfully called the "Dar rrluud of Woman,'
aa Mm of nor eorreepondente lovo to oaO bar. the
la tcaloualy devoted to her work, which U tha outoonia
of a UftHitttdy, and If obliged to keep all lady
aaelAtente, to help her aniwer the large oomapundutuw
which dally poun In upon her, each bearing lu apeclal
burden of raftering, or Joy at release from It Her
Vtwetablr Compound In a medicine fur good and not
vll parpoeea I bav pereoDally luruttlyated it and
am eatlafled of the troth of thl.
On account of lta proven mertta, It la ranmimended
and proecrlbed by the beet phyelcuuie In the oountry.
One enyai " It woria like a charm and aavri much
pain. It will cure entirely the wont form of falling
of the ute-rua, Lcucorrhcea, Irregular and painful
M enatruatlon, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Kloodlnga, all DleplaeemenU andtheooo
equent aplnel weakneea, and U vepeolatly adapted to
the Change of Ue."
It permeate every portion of the eyatem, and glial
new life and vigor. It remove falntneae, flatulency,
destroy! all craving for etlmulanta, and relieve woak
Bene of the atumach. It curve Bloating, Headache,
Kervou Proetration, General Debility, Slt-epleeeneea,
Ueprvealon and Indignation. That fueling of bearing
down, caualiig naln, weight and backache, la alwaya
permanently cured by lta ueo. It will at all tlnwt , and
wider all ctrcumatauieea, act In harmony with the luw
ttiaA goier tlu Cn uli
Iteoiuoejly fl.ir lottle or all fnrt!.,andlf eold by
drugglata. advlct nnjulml aa to aiwclal eaaoa, and
thu nainea i,f jiiaay who have bi.'en rertorod to perfect
health by II t uae of the Vi (rotal la I omiwund, can U
obtain ul It .uldroa-imr lire. 1J., with btamp for reply,
a her noni- In Lynn, Misa.
5 or Kidrn y Cniplaiut of eithtr rti thla compound la
nnaurjauKd a" ttbimdaiit umunuijl ahuw.
"lira llukUii.'sUverril'a,"Ni)aow wrltfr, "are
the best in tin wrlrf fvr the cure of Cotutlpatluu,
Blliuaenraa and I'Vpidlty of the liver, HvT Blood
tMriljerwurka wonjera lu lta mxt ial line and Will fall
to yjuaf tLe Compound la lt poijuiurlty.
AU muat r(i:t ber aa an AdkvI of Mciry whose eok
ambition la to dogxd to otters,
ITilladaUihia, I'a. IX) Vit. A. M. D.
PORT (JKAPE AV1NE
'l is -
FOUR YIIAI.S OLD.
flllSl 'Kl.i:itl:A'IK! NA'lIVIiWlNB U marie
a from Uj Jul' of t Ik- Oimrlo lir.iir. mined In
tble rum.! t divj iMli'e Irif.ic aud vtrcn.'th.
' 1 is tr prnpe.ri , are tini.i.r'ad bv anv oilinr
Nt v.- me. J) Ini the pore Jmir of lit- Unapt,
produretl uinl t Mr. Kpoer a own pemuiial eupervl
ititi, :r purtly anil geiuiltn hi-ea, art Kuaralileurt
1 b tu n i i-l thud m , pariiike of Ha KiiRrotit
tU,tla. t.i! tin wuiil.e.l 1 1 nl id ue It l aMvnU
luif It l imtttt umriv beiieili Ui it) .be m-d and
tl' liilllu'ed. and euili-d li thu atioua ulllneliln that
Kfl.-i l Uu, weaker ex i la thevur)' reepect A
WINK TO UK KKI.IKII ON.
Spwr's 1'. ,). Sherry.
The P. J.M1KHUV la a wine ,f Superior Char
ncle.r and artHkea ul Uu ru u qual ilea of the Kin tie
from wbTtt li la imitle Kor I'orltv. Itlclmoaa. Kla
vot and MtdictiiHl I'roperliea. It wll' be lolilid un
Sneer' ,T. nu(
Till" IIHANDV alnmlM uiirlvn'ed In thla ('uiuitry
iiuiiiw iur vuMTMir iur iiic'iictnat piitiiiinea. II la a
Vurvtiiaiiiiailon Irom the lir.ili1. aiitl rumaliia vnl-
uanie tneiiieitiai propcrtlea. II haa a dtillcnle II
vor. eim'lHrlo tlmtof the ifntpqa, from whleli II la
tllatllled. ami la id kreal favor umoiitr tlr-l-eiaaa
iBinlllea. oee ll.nl lie a immure of AI.FKKl)
M't EU, 1 u-aulc, ;s . J,, la over thu cork ol each
Hold By PAUL SCI J I) II
AND BY DUUUOIMT8 KVKKYWH r . It K .
WORTH SENDING FORI
Itr. i. 1L HUIIENCK Uaa Jtwt pntillalted a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
r'hlnh lMotlerwl I'll h.V.. portiv rt.Ui all appUoanM.
I taiiitalneM '' 'i 'ri.iiioM fur .irwunei,iiNiM
UHMunel-'iattlleUal with, ori tilebi any iumii)f
lUuUinwturluiwia MeiiU'Mi Una ar. Adilinae
lr.tl. II. latillKNt'k A HON, riilUitvliikIa, I'a,
latOM V Dim nlWl A 'Jtltk M liWNMM ATrlllk.)
-S :'IM O-- 9TR
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Thrunt, Nllliig. Nmi-jiIii, llrulst'e.
Hum. Mall. front It lien,
AID ALL llllll.ll llollil.V lU.H AMI AlllM.
Bold by Uruut.'.. iikI Oi'iliT. iMri.i. Kill; dm, a buttle
llirr.-tl'iU ill II l.tliilu.K.
TIIK til till. IK A. HM.I I.HI II.
la A. V OUllAU UM UIUwn,U.,l.M
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InVAHIAHLY IN ABYAStB.
All Commnnlcatioua ehould le addressed to
E, A HCUNK PT,
Tublinhur and I'ruprletor.
A OHAEITY SCHOLAR.
"I'm roinjr to school," siitl little lies
hie (Inle, "to-morrow inorninj:."
Rt's.sie stoml on the tloorstcji, her yel
low etirls hlowiiiij iihont, her freckled
face all red with excitement, and hei
mouth .stretched iu the hroadest ol
smiles. "Are you?" said Theodora Rar
cluy. Theotlora was dressed very pret
tily in a white embroidered frock with
a dark-blue sash and dark-blue Hlock
intrs. Her bouts were new anil (diininir,
her hat was of the very finest Leghorn,
ami nllogether she fell herself to be very
"To Miss Milton," milled liessie.
"Mother is to wash for Miss Milton, ami
that will pay for my schooling. Won't
it be nice?"
At this, Theotlora turned up her little
"Upon my word," said she, "washer
women's children are looking up iu the
Bessie did not understand this, so she
only smiled the more gleefully, and re
pealed, a r,rna time. "Won't it be
nice? The public school is so faraway,
and Cora says that the children there
are so rough,' so that mother didn't like
the idea oline going there, and "
"Is my Swiss nnislin dress ironed?"
rudely interrupted Theodora.
"Yes," said Bessie, "it's all ready, in
a basket, and I'm going to take it home
tli in evening."
"But I want it now," said Theodora.
"I am going to wear it to tea at Mrs.
"Very well," said Be-sic. "Then 1
will carry it over at once!"
Aud she ran cheerfully for the basket.
BessicOule's mother wasa hard-working
little woman who had seen bettei
days, and who was anxious to cdueaU
her children so that life should not be
such a drudgery to them as it had always
been to her.
And Mrs. Barclay, Theodora's mother,"
who was a delicate woman and could
only go out occasionally in a carriage,
used to sit by her window ami watch
the washerwoman's little children
swarming across the road, and Mrs.
Gale herself, witli quick steps, clierr.
cheeks, and skirts pinned well up around
her, hanging clothes on the line, and
would say to herself, with a sigh, "Mrs.
Gale is a lucky woman!"
Miss Milton little Hock of scholars
was assembled hi the school-room the
next morning at nine o'clock.
There had been a heavy thunder
shower in the night, ami the" irrass and
bushes were too wet for the little trie),,
to play, as usual, around the door, while
every time the wind blew a miniature
shower descended from the boughs ol
the old elm, where the wooden seats
Bessie Gale had arrived bright and
early, with her curls tied buck with
blue ribbon, her face shining with plenty
of soap ami water, and a siillh- t i'di-
! 4'lili4!0 Ul'CSS nistliler ;l( (,.e I.IOVO-
lnent that she tuudc.
She had come mini I i n ; into the school
room, prepared lor a cordial reception
irom the other Mcholars, most of whom
she knew previously; but. to her dismay
mm nurpnse, tuey an turned eoltlly
from her, answered her remarks witli
brief, blunt replies, and assembled in
little knots by themselves in various
parts of the room, leaving her all alone.
"Girls," said Bessie, after a few min
utes of trouble and bewildered silence,
"what is the matter?"
The irirls laui'hed and whisnered a lit
tle among themselves, but iniide no an
wor. "Is there anything - wrong with my
dress?" persisted Bessie, looking down
at the poor little still calico dress of
which she had been so proud. "I know
it isn't tpiito now; hut it is very clean,
and neatly mended."
Just then Miss Milton came in, so that
further discussion was cheeked. Rut
little Alice Hodges stole up to Bessie as
they were taking their seats, and whis
pered, as she laid her cheek against Bes
"1 know why the girls won't ploy
with you. Its because Theo Barclay
told eni you were a charity scholar!
hat is a charity scholar, Bessie? Is it
wrong to be charity? Ami what makes
you do itP"
"Alice, go to your sent!" Miss Mil
ton's clear distinct voieo here interposed,
and Bessio sat there, fpiile still, with the
big tuars gathering iu her eves and an
uncomfortable feeling all over her. Ami
W leV'VYUVUjt aud dejected was she that
Miss Millon hf-rnt'lf olnervctl it, and call
i'd hr to ttio tlesk at recess tinio.
'"Hiwsie," said she, "what in tlio mat
tor?" "Nothing, ma'am," thochikl answer
oil. "Wliy are you not playing with the
other little o'irls?"(tii).stionoit Iho teacher.
"They ilon't want mo, ma'am, I
think." niiiil Ressie, still in the sinne
has told them that
I was a a charity
"That is all absurd!" said Miss Milton
sharply. "Your tuition is paid for as
much as that of any of the other chil
dren. If Theo Bart lay has said so, slut
is talking nonsense."
And Miss Millon resolved that if the
children did not alter their lino of con
duct she. would have a serious talk with
Theo Ban lay went home to her mother
that evening full of the story of Bessio
"A charity child, mamma,1' said she,
leaniugon the arm of her mother's chair.
"Her mother pays for her schooling with
washing! How can she expect the rest
of us girls to plav witli her, I wonder?''
Mrs. Barclay looked sadly down at
the child's excited face.
"If that is what you call being a
charity child," said she, "and mind 1
ilon't say that your logic is correct I
know of another one iu Miss Milton's
"Who is it, mamma!'1 cried Theo
eagerly. "Ami why didn't you tell mo
of it before? Is it Augusta Moor? I'm
almost sure that it is Augusta. Or else
it is Tin b Gregory!"
'It's a little girl," quietly went on
Mrs. Barclay, "whoso father has been
unfortunate in business, and was going
to take her out of school because he felt
that he could not a (lord the expense of
her tuition. Rut Miss Milton was very
kind, as she always is, ami so she has
tillered to keep her on for nothing until
the child's father gets into business
again, and they are aide to pay. So you
see that this little girl is even more of a
charrly scholar,1 as vou call it, than
Ressie, whose schooling is paid for,
every week, by her mother's honest toil.1'
"Mamma,11 cried Theodora, "who it
it? I'o tell me who it is?".
"I had not intended to divulge the
secret, id v chihl," said Mrs. Barclay,
"I'll never, never tell," interrupted
Theo. "I'll promise not to tell, if you'll
only whisper to me what the little girl's
"It is Theodora Run-lay," said het
mother with a s.ul smile. "And re
member, my dear, that I should nevei
have told you this, had it not been foi
the foolish contempt which yo.i havi
shown towards little Ressie Gale."
Theo had hidden her face on her
mother's shoulder, ami was silent for a
minute or two.
"Oh, mamma," she said at last, in a
choked voice, "how foolish I have been!
Oli, how I wish I hadn't said a word.
Oh, mamma, what shall I do now?"
"What do you think it would be most
right and honorable to do?" Mrs. Bar
clay asked her with a sail smile.
'I Know," uaid Theodora, after a
momentary struggle with herself. "I
will go and tell all the girls that 1 am a
charity scholar too."
Her mother gave her a tender kiss.
"My little girl is right." said she.
The" very next day Theotlora went
bravely to school and' told the little girls
all that she had learned from her mother.
Siie went up to Ressie ami kissed her,
and asked her forgiveness, while tin
other children all cried out with un
voice: "We don't know anything, or care
anything about charity children, but we
all' think that you are the nicest girl in
the school, and Bessie Gale is the next
So the little storm blew over that had
threatened to darken the school horizon,
and the girls were all lumpy together
once more in Miss Milton's small world.
Whitti-r Bums Hia Letters.
A New Y'orker who recently visited
Mr. Whittit-r at Dan vers says in a letter
.o a friend: "Mr. Whittier u.-ually
.'aves Rosion for Amesbiiry about the
st of April and then retires to Dan vers
for the summer. His country home is
about a mile from the railroad station.
I found the poet in a small room retired
from the main part of the house and stir-
oiimled bv ln.s books and papers. His
tall form is .-.lightly bowed with age, but
he retains all his old-timo courtesy to
strangers. He alluded to his corres
pondence, which was so large as to
make irksome drafts upon his time ami
patient! 'Since Longfellow and Em
erson died,1 said he. Di. Holmes and I
lave received much of their fugitive
correspondent-!', which, added to our
own, sometime.., proves a serious burden.
I receive letters daily from Portland,
Me., to J'ortlainl, Ore., from misses in
their teens, to hoy s iii college. They
semi ine their verses with a reiiuesl that
attend to the publication ami remit
i'-ui the proceeds from time to time.
The most, however, under various dis
guises, entreat my autograph, a request
I would grant more willingly if I knew
them. As to my health, I cannot com
plain; 1 have never been aide to do pro
tracted wot!;, owing to severe neuralgic
pains in my head, from which I have
suffered since I was a boy. Unfortu
nately, I have promised 'considerable
work to the publishers, and this prom
ise, unperformed, weighs like an ineii-
nus upon my spirits.' IM discussing the
recently published ooiTc-itioiiilnm.?. of
Mrs. Carlyle ami of Carhl,. ami Emer
son, Mr. Whittier said: 'Carlvle ncenis
to have had m of u.e niilk'of human
kindness in his veins. His letters show
a side of his character whiel, Ilom. f his
intimate friends suspected. It would
have been better for his reputation if
they had never been published. In fact
so strongly have they allceted tnvself
that I have set to work and destroyed
the major part , of my eorrusnomleiico,
comma a period of over titty years,
lest it should be publish,.,! ufu'r mv
death and bring sulVerimr to unv 'I
wish all the letters that I him written
could be treated in the same manner.' 11
ti..i .1... .1
i e. .mi i uiu oeepest coa mine on thU
continent is at l'ottsvili,., fj The
shaft, Is 1,67(1 feet deep-m'arlv it thlnl
of a mile. Every Iiv d..r , ytfb S
season 200 ears, contain! f " , 2
S','"" ivT C. the upper
Wolltl. the t mo. .,.. .,.. i , 'I.
' ' o il) ueing u Of,
lie over a uiinulc. 1
An Undoubted Blessing:.
Vhoiit thirty veara aio a prottilnuiit l'hvalrlaii
by the uaa e of I) . William Hall discovered, ot
produced itftor to' K eipe'lmontai reaearrh a rem
,,ly lor rti.eaa a ol' the throat, cluat aud 1uuk,
which waa uf nit h wonderful onicaiy ibal Itaoou
... i....A . wiiiu r.inutKiltiii In thla country. Thu
:,,,, f ih edicine U Dli. WSI. II M L'S BAL
SAM FOKTHE l.l'NUH, anil may ho aafely relied
ou aa a apeetly ami poa.tlve cu lor couuha, coma,
aniu throal, c,
hold by all Druglala.
I'unio's Catarrh Snuil'.
o t.u u.,ii Lnnu ii reinetlv lor Catarrh atill nmlli
,,!(,,. it. wt.ll earned poritila I'V. K. A. SavuL'e, of
(lent va, Muaaa, wrllea, March 4, lsh: "l liuvo
.1 linmn'a Catarrh Sun If. audit ia 111 (l only
tlriii that dota mo "iiv good. It ulwaa t-fl'ecla
cure." Sold bv all druggiata evt-ry-Ahurc.
Towua'ey'eTO'ilache. Auodvuo curc-a luatautly.
A Little Mistake.
A piano tuner called at a house on
Euclid avenue ami quietly placed his
hat on the hall stand before proceeding
to his work. .... , ...
The housemaid being busy with her
weekly sweeping had previously re
moved all small articles from the hull,
and her mistress passing through ob
served the solitary article -att object so
dear to every masculine heart. Think-in"-
it the garden hat of her husbiuid,
she plaeetf it in an adjoining closet.
Presently the man. having linisked tun
ing the piano, started to leave, but, be
in" unable to find his hat, meekly asked
the maid to assist him in looking for it.
They searched both the. hall and parlor,
but all in vain, until the lady, whose at
tention had been drawn by the commo
tion, also joined in the search.
At last she said she could lend him a
hat, and proceeding to the closet pro
duced the one she had placed there a
short time before, apologizing' for its
shabby appearance by saying it was it
very old one. used by her husband w hen
working mornings iri the garden. The
tuner took the hat and after carefully
examining it said it looked very much
like his hat, ami that he was quite sure
it was the one he had placed in the hall
unou his arrival. Il suddenly dawned
on the lady's mind how the mistake was
niatln. but she still wonders how two
hats could so exactly resemble each oth
er. Ck vilunU Ikrahl.
Ray City, Mich., Feb. IJ, 18S0.
I think it my duly to bund you u recom
mend lor I lie beneiit ol any person winning
to know whether Hop Bitter-i aie good or
not. I know tiny arejiood lor general tie
bilityand indigestion; elrei.ghten the ner
vt us system ami limke new lite. I rrci.m-DK-nd
my imtimits to use them.
Pa. A. l'KAIT.
Advice to Mothers-
Are you disturbed st niybt and biukt-n
ol your lest by a sick child tullVring and
rrvimi- with nam tit cutting tei-llif II Mi,
scud at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Vuin
low's nothing Syrup for Children Tec: h
ing. Its value is incalculable. R w'!l v
lieve the poor little tutf-itr imiiioi
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, tin r ; i-
no mistiike about it. It cures dysentery ami
diartluta, regulates the stomach and Imv.
els. cures wind colic, softens the gums, it
fliw-i-ii iiiflniionatiou. and gives tone an. I
enerev to the whole Mbtcin. Mrs. W.ii:
low's Soothing Syiup for Children Teeihin-j
is ideaiiint to the taste, ami is the preset ip
t ion of line t I the obit st and be.-t h mate
physicians and nurses in the United State
and is for sale by all tirugglMs throughout
the world, l'rice a.'i cents a bottle.
To all who sie .sutteiiiig from the error?
and indiscretions uf you'll, nervous weak-
i.ess, early decay, lss of manhood, &('., I
will send a recipe that will crrc you, Fit hi-.
uf i:n Alton. This great rciiu-dy wh
ilist:overed by a minister iu South Americ.i.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the lO v.
.be-i-pii T. Tsmas. Station P.. New Ynil.
Desei vedly J'opuUr,
Uule.-s it hud gieat merit I'ark r's Ginger
Tonic c u!d not be so po ular. Its s di- ha-
spread it niarkaiily evi rywhcie, In cause in
valids t'lid it gives them new lite ami vigor
v. hen titlnr medicines fail entirely. Ohio
M-.k a wuinan iu anotlier column near
Sneer's Vineyards, picking cranes from
which Speer's Port Gripe wine is made
that is so Inglily esteemeii ny inn me-iieai
profession, for the use of invaliila, weakly
persons ar:J the ngetl. Sold by druggist.
0. 1', Cunningham, Champaign, Id., h
"I am stllinif a lurL'it iiiuolint ol Hmwii s
Iron Bitters, and it fills the bill rcmaikubl)
Disease, Propensity ami Passion, brings
Mankind numberless uilixcntu, fun most
among them are NeivoUHiiiss, Neivotis De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Oriiuiis; Aliens Biaiu Food nieci-rsl'iil-
ly (iveicoiiies these troubles and leston s the
ndh-ier to his foimer vigor. 1. At (bug-
To The West.
Then are a number ol mutt s leading to
the ubovc-nicntioncd section, but the direct
and reliable loute is vfa Saint Louii and
over the Missouri Pacillc Railway. Two
trains daily are run Irom IheOiand Union
Depot, Sni nt liouis to Kansas Oily, Leaven-
wotth, Alehison. St. Joseph ami Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Chih ol'the very
hi est make are altat hed to hllaiaina,
At Kaunas City Union Depot, p.iHHi iig' i's
lor Jvuiisns, Coloratlii, New Mexico and (Jul
if '"mi '""jct with cAtiit-st trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express Haiti for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection Is iiimie with the
Ovcrlund train for California.
1 his line oilers to purlieu cnrmibi to the
V est and Northwest, not only faHt time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
sceiieiy, as it passes through the (incut pot
lion ot Missouri and Nebraska. St nd for
illustrated limps, pMiniihlets, be, of this
line, which will be mailed free,
0. R. KlNNAN, F. ClIANPLI II,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, (len'l Pass Agent.
An attractive, youtlitut appearance se
cured by using Parker's Hair Balsam to all
who are getting gray.
Notlot to Conti'iiotoi'M
Illita will tin ret-nlved ul the ' fllen of tlui Cuniitv
( ln'k up t" Monday, ilimu tlui UMti next, lor t ho
Itil ow li g i earn bed load worlt, vlr.l Kor tin lv.r
lug on thu county rontl hutwueii thu t-lly llinlia nf
Cairo lit syt'Hintne Street and the iron lirlilgo over
t 'atlni llivur 4iimi io fid li ciililo yanla ol gravel of
good q ahly lor aue.h purnae, said gravel pi In,
evi Illy (llatrHetled over anid ilPUnrp. hallwtirk
In he ctitniiieticiid wlihin one lininlh from 111" ac
replance of hid. mid tohu i-onipleteil hy November
Hie lat uvxt. Tne hoard reaervinu the rliihl to ru.
jii.tl any and kit Mda SAM L .1, IH'MM,
( alio June Uili, ls. Ceuuly t in k.
lloatut'cr I SlniniAi h Ililt ra meet Hie rtu iln
ineuia of the ihiiiiiihI iiieiiuiil phyl oatiphy which
ill p ei-eiit 'l' aila. it ia a fiurfec ly pure Vegeta-
'lo remedy, einiirinliig thu llireo important prop-
e.rll-.'H of a prevti Uivu, n t 'til.i io.it au i lieratlve.
.t lorlile the iioiu ui'Hiu-1 till euro, invlgorati a
and Mviiall.e the torpid eimii.teh i n I liver, aud
eltei la u aa nlary rliuuue lu the entire ayMem.
For rule by all Diug .laia and Dealera geu-:ruil .
Thu Ral and Worth Wss
tre never iuiitutcd aud counterfeited. Tliis
is espec ially line of a family int-dic.iiie, and
it is positive 1 1 root thut the remedy muta
ted is of the highest value. As soon as it
hal bt i n tested ttlnl proved by thu wliol'j
world that 1 1 i R. Hi is was the purest, best
iiid l;i":-t ihul'lu tainily medicine ou
,u tli, many imitations sprung up and In -
a:i to steal the noUtt in vviiigi l lie prus
utd pc pie ol the country had txpresre-l
the un nis i f II I!., and in every n Iryln.
it iitdiict; f-u 11"- ring invalids t-i use their
.lull' ii, Mr ni, expe cling to make money on
the t'letlit and i:oii,1 innne ol II. li. M.tn y
othets slaited nostiuins put up in similar
style to II. if, willi vm'IoUsI tievised iiami 8
iu which the wonl "Mop" or Hops'' wie
usr-d in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same as Hop Ritteis. AH
such pretcri led rt inediis or cure, no mut
ter what their rtle or name is. and t-s-peeiallv
tho.-e with the word '"Hop" it
"Hops" in tl,c;r name or in any way Con
nected with tin in or their name, are imii.i-
tions or countirlVils. Beware ol thein.
Touch uue of tin in. Use ii (thing bnt ieo-
dim; Hop Ritti is, with u bunch or cbisi.r
of green Hops o:i tie white label. Tin it
nothing else. Druggists and dialers n.e
warned ag-tinst dui ingin iuiitat.nna tt
Voung Man, Midd
gad .vl'Q. aud all Me
ho aoff. r from
iuditcreliona will bi i
Allan a Itram rood tl e
moat (Kiwerful fnrig'jrant ever iritioduc.;
once ri-Mlon-d by it ttiere la no relet!. Try
it; It fceor fail., il: 6 for V U Drug
(U. iir by uiml from Allen'a Fharmaty,
Aien u e,
NINA . The glory of man
I I LMIvlll,,lT,tii"H'
I I rill a ' w.akiivd dowa
I I I ! 1 1 llirouKb eaoeaalve
111 ll" atmlv. or by early indi-
III creiiona, Allen'a llrain Vm-i will prn:a-
II uently realore all I'! vigor, and strength a
III all the nei-s-leiol Urain and Bisly. 9 .Sir
(J 1 li At iTu.'aula. or by mall Irotn Allen a
Of tha man? rr me-
diea b-fore the p-.lj.io
for Nenoua Di-lolny
and weakneaaol "Vurva
thern la none equal to Allen'a llrain too J.
wiiieh proiiiptly end permanently reatorea
all lo-t viKor; it never fail, f 1 pig . 6 for
V At Drufc'g.ata. or by mail from Alien a
cy, aiS 1"
For eeran year Allen 'I
Piain rood baa atood
thu atroiignat tuata a
to ta inerita in curing
Debility, and ruetoriug loat powera to tho
aeaki-rmd Oeneialive Sivateiu, aud. In no
iii-ilanie hanil ever faili-tl; teatlt, l:elnr
.'i -At brut unla, or by mail from Allen'a
Jrua-giau, or by mail from Allen a
t y. Jld 1st
Ave n u a.
" Mono nana In eorpore
aann: "A aound mind
In a auund body" ia tha
trad metk of Allen'a
Umin 1'o.d. and we aa-
iiro nur readnrs that, if di-n t lrle J with
ellberueakiianaof llrain or IhMltly tiowera.
Una remily will permanently etrinigthon
both. If 1. At Drnggi-ite, or by uiait front
idy will permanently etrutigthon
1. At Drngglata, or by uiait front
a I I fl li e
ey, 316 lat
K.rvn Ounorntlre I
Nnrvotia sbnclt, St. Vi
lli" Dnnoe. i'roatrallon.
and all dleeaae of
Nervo Oenorallve Organa. ar,allernia-
n....itw railienllv cured hv Alluu a I
rood, pin great bntanlrel romedy. f 1 pkg.,
-At uruggiaia, or ny imiu
oy, 316 lat
1 1 rnm
AlUn'a Ttraln Food
I I la IVl'V .tr.niilhatia the Drain
vtmaiieaa. Ileadanhe, unnatural "' J "
...l..-...,i ii.iii.mivnHn Inin I a never
lalla. fl pkg., tlfor rl.-At Drugaiala. or
by mail from Allen a I'haiuiatiy, dlo lfliat
1 1 llrlteT,rI.,,.,
I I kJ ANlad ntouiiefleaa all
I I I II tli'ienta, foromo.t among
aakalaal Wii,.,n are Nnrmtianeaa,
Nnrvntia Debility and unnatural weaktieaj
uf Oeiinratlv tfrganai Allen'a i Urain Kwd
aiiooea(iilly ovniiiomea (hii trouble anti
reatoreathe auftiirer to bla fomter vlgiw.
all Vrtla IHIV.
nt. B9 W w
ILLINOIS CKNT11AL K. R.
Shortest and Quickest Kouto
St. Louis and Clucago.
Tlio Onlv Ijiiio IvUiiuint;
0 DAILY TllAINd
t Froiri Cairo,
Making Dikkot Connection
EASTERN J .INKS.
iiAist I.kavi Caii'h:
MC it in. Mail.
rrlvtlijln . Li-ula D 4,'i a E:. ; ( biti.ii, ;.') p. ni.:
( onliuct g at Ouin and l.ttiughMu lot ( in, in
nail, L irvllH-, l!.diaiia-t. a al.il p dnu Kaat.
tl: i a.n,. (St. I.ouiH an,! W.-Mit-i-ii
K.X1 I eh.
rrlvlni? in Mt. Lonla 7 p. ui., and cunneetiuc
fur all poin'.a Weet.
.l.fiCI ji.m. i-'usit J ;.i preua.
Kir St. Lnuia at.o flitragu, arnvlng at St. Luula
10:40 p m, and Cbtciino ? :-jo a m
li -CiiJ p in. (.'im-iiini, ti hapreae.
trrlvieg at Clbclnatl 7.il a.m.; Louienlle B:M
a m.; linllai.a-oilB 4;(5 e ri. Paaeeui-er by
thla train reach the 1 ove point. 1 1 to :itl
llOL US In advance ol ai.y ell.er rnuie..
tifTlie S:!KI P. ni. inr, . I Itiiuij
.1 tEMNd t'AK t'siru io C:r.c!i null. v,iii,.,i
liangea, nd ihrough ileej era to ht Louie and
Fuft Time l-.asl.
( IK-slMM'I'l'vi ,h,t lllH' K"lhr"Ugh to haat.
i tiorsiliv lis ru puinta wilUul ai.y delay
eueed by HliLtlay luter.eLil g. The Saturday after.
aooli tram frtiui ( aire irrntt in Lew Vi.rk u,,..
nornlug al lo .g,. Thiriy-elx Li.un In auvauctol
dv other route.
a ' Knr lliri. .!.!. tuV, ..,,! r,
. - - ' titwi ,,i aiinu ,
ippiV at Minnie Cclilra) I al.o ad l.Vpm, Cairo.
J II Jl'. B..-, I . I Agi l.t.
HANSON. (i r l'.a. act I. Chicago
TIM I, t AIM)
AKI'.IV.ll. A NO 11 I Al.J I P.l. (,K
An ' 1 j li ,'ie
I ., t o
I. C H. U til.rf e,.i, ;,,. tin 1;
I a m
i i- v n a , ,, ,
" M.u'l t rn Piv ...
Iro- Mi un a-n 11 I: .
I d p
VNalaal li It
etna A St I nil a 11 H... ..
I li u I JL ' Uu II. h
ti a Hi .
o .m am
4 p . Ul .
. 5 p.
Ohio Jllvi r .
M aa I Hvr r'fiu-e i il . Sal
A ill I,.
" ' t' l aila W itl . 1 I
. .7 :.i em to? ::10 pin
.. .6 a. in to V p in.
s a. in. Io In a lu.
. li a tli to 1 1 ' : : J a ir.
P I), pen . del . en l from
T O box til o i r iri,... . .
sui;da a k. I . ' e! o; ,-:: Iri in.
Mibi.av a I t x Ui I . ni t n fn . .
jrNOl K -I bun.-ea will
he pti'ili.hed fr
time to tllne In c.lv to p. re '
ordinal. ' U M J
. VriiHlY, P. M
I Hi 1 I v ii r i-Ht ,
JJLOOD POISON !
An .Tt. n.. April 17. bM.
1 1. 1 "S I w ue the vn tl',11 I a ti-rnlne H'tiod I'nlion
ami alter le p g tr. n-e,l t,y t lire Plo! lira a rot.
Ill t-il to III v beit, tint b t!o tu ' 1 r n,v hiiirl Io my
lit ad epltioig lip t lnta ot li'o it, end ret'uretl lu
weight fr on 1N1 to l:io p und- I Inei, begin tho
il e i.f sWIKi 's M'Kl I I'll', u l In l-e ll.au threo
rr onthe I eiitii j'.y el. wi-'il-Io d Pl. nntl have
hi Vte I nil H e Hi 1 1 , in 1 f the i!lie i.e eliue. If It
hatl lint lice 11 fm MA If 'a t,iif.lli'- I b-lii ve I would
hnv.th en In 11 y gmvo. ,KHN V. lllsUUI'.
TK Ml II T l INii TWil VICAR- A I TllofT II LI f.
.Vei nrla1 Uiu 11m .t'am liimle an' a t r'l pie. After
tr.oi g Hot .-priiik" i ) vi .ir-, a- o lie Mercury and
lVa- 1 triiiiineni until 1 wit nuke etoii una niiamo
tu tin aJ tMng. I vtaa pii-n! e.l tiuiii In lake a
iiiaeurs.s , Aiiir ti.Mtii- tii.ee itniieamy
apt-en' ni-, an to tiiiprtne. a tl I call ed llei-li rap-
tl I y When I lint'. Oil it. t"-U" I'ulilr.l le 1 HI
Well l ever d.'l I' la t.'.e tmm'li. alllt-n
I I Htk .. S. S. .Mv lii-nll'i mil! ni l-elite atu go. d,
nntl I a'li i.b e to am nd in inl U.e liti-lm e I cau
le. t'll 1 . ItEUll.
lint .prii.ga, linn 1, 11.
0 1 PI It I W V ItP 1 I lie j" Id n a Ch. mlat
J I ,lfl Mhiiw-II 11 il. on lui!;. i-ol hi hotth'i
H S. S , tile p irtit 't nf ineri'iir.i , indiile I'titaaalliut
or 1111 miner I i,.ai'it.e.
Ill IC SA'IrT St'Kl ll-if CO .
primer il, Al'nnia, l!a
' u r Ml lu Cook lu ilK'i! Iri r lA uppllt aiita. 1
A Bill Tm fVIIO
All lho who from irnlli- rMlfini, MCfiifi or ottirrnaMv
tttak, yntifrvi'd, I ilrlted, f.tiiiellr drilnH, and onftbltM
priixm Ufv'n imv iinip-rl. n U c-r'tf niy tvd wmv
balf curti. ll.itii Uhimi ti iu'lt.'lH" f ridofM Indnowt,
Mally curtrlt wllhoni Uhimi ti imdt.'lM"" f ridofM bvd
tlM oftrittuir Srpvoukjiblllty, Phflji. DrliT,
1 hojiripr't '7 'mIi M t I dn ltu 1.1;
lrM pm1 4-'r"l of pcrtalo ri!ftt"rfttlu in full ind mv
Kmi .iinbooil. h -ml, cfOrtivn, tilMnlr, plruwU mn$
kftniiiiiii, ('..iMii'tinii witb niiei?)an fret.
Eaiuto Ki:.ui.iy co., 40 w. su t tml
BtraRE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliance) ira ar-nt on 30 Dgyt1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN3 OR 0L9,
WHO are aiilTerliig from Nativnea niiiiii.nr,
1,01.1 vitAi.iry, I.ai k or Nmivg i-hhi a iu
Vninlt, Wabtinii WiiAKaHniK", Mini nil thtiiieillai ii-a
,t n I'aaaoMAl. Nari-na reaiilllng f ti Ant-aaa ntnl
OTIIMM CAt-aaa. Speedy relief an I Fiimplete rei tu.
riitloiiof IIhai.tII.V loniiiiinl MAVIt'iohOt'AliiaTKrn.
the genniltiat dlaeovet y ol llui Nineleeiith Cetitiii v
Sniiilatuutie lor Illu.liaUil I'liiiipbletfi-ee. Ahlrn,
VQITAIB IttT CO., MAnIIIIAU, MICH.
fp. f dr. m .