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fact irv to ltd wearer In -vci y w uy,
r Uib money will In- retumleil hy
the person from whom It was bought.
Tli-milvOi.r.ii-t prnnrmwt lv leadl'iif rhvi-t.-iniii
rot l,.url...i. to (lie wearer. "" '';','. ""'7, iHJ
Sw ni.t oJritthle -nd pi Heet fltunf Uru.'t ever
D"u1" tU'F.,br Mull, PetHc .'Mill
Health Prr.orvluf, l.&0. Kclf..ll.illne:, t&
Abitumliml (utro heavy) N""'". H.50
Meulth I'roMTTlnB (llnu emitlli .(. I'irn
For snl y loarflKK ttetnll JWter. Pvmn'l"W.
CH IC VGO COlt Si:'!' Co.. ( Lla, HI.
HAS BEEN PROVED
The. SUREST CURE for
disordered nrln fn Al
t-ate that von BM a victim TltEM DO NOT
HE3ITAT 3) w Kidney-Wort at onoe, (drug
... ,.i. filund it willsDoedlly over-
oome the disease nd reetore hoalth j aotloii.1 5
I nrliAfi Tor oompliinu peculi&rl
hUUI voa to your eel, euca aa pain
andwcokneaaca, Kidney-Wort ia uMurpmed.
aa it will ct promptly ana eaioiy. '
i itiftrT. Inoonuneno.roinuonoiuruio,
brick diort or ropy depoeita, sad dall drafcgtng
paint, all ipccdUy ytoia son eurauva power,
43. BOLD D AUi liituauTO raw t.
"M Irlunrt, E. C. Lcgar', of tMe city; uci-d to
lie i riwn d"Uble fnim titiinrul Kidnev Ulcense.
Kidney Wort eiitnu ir." .1 . M. aduney, Drtig
ttitt, Alleghany City, V Anir. 892.
IS A SURE CURE
for all ditense of th Kidneys and
I It baa (ptclflo action on this moat Important
organ, enablinj; It to throw off torpidity and
' Inaction, atimulatinff the healthy aoontlon of
A UiO JPUO, fcfjr ahw-f. -- .. -
I' condition, effootlng ita regular discharge.
are bUloua, dyspeptlo, oroonatlpated, Kidney
Wort will aurely relieve and quickly oura.
In the Spring tocloanaotlioByBtcm, every
one ahould tako a thorough coumo of it.
SOLD BY PRUCOI8T8. pnoe 9 1
"I'V'i talnod '.'(I lbs. In 'wo month'," rl'es Mr.
J.C. I'uucr. ofTrcnPni, 111., (iec U-ssi, "and ra
a we I mini. I'll nifliiriMl w ill llv rdiHurtlerH aitce
lHSi. Kidney Wort ct'iicn mk."
Hlronc w rild frum a Kew YutU clurcyi'ftn: "1
CNiiBiTAT.'N(ii,v rtron.mcnil Kldn y Wutt. It
treat V tiBin-ll ' il me," My. !ey. V . I'. hemlil' of
M baw.., N . Y.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE
J(OUWIrAirBVTinv UK f"- - I
I. - . I .iM aanrl rtt MmM V 1M flVtlr
equaUixt the oolcbratod Kidney-Wort aa a I
cure. Whatever inn ouo, nuimniii -i
Ui . vita rcttvxiywuioypruuuiuii,.
mem. m mmmm 'iiiim n imu uv bwu-
HlLtlOa nlalnt la verr apt to be
utrengthena the woakenod parte and quiokly
euroe all kind of Pilot even when phyalolana
4Vnd tnOttlCJUDV linn wiwre un
P PWCaVl.l SE I Prv
' K.ir 14 Tinm," writ- l.initn 'I'. Ali 'l.' nf
0"ir'.''ii VI . ' I f '"il i o reliiil fr'i'n il' a. nniil 1
iried li ilm y W'nr'. It iuk re. m kk "
Hn CREAT CURE
Aa It in fur all tlit pl:iTul dlaenaca of the
KIDNEYS.LIVCR AND BOWELS.
Itoleanaoa the rvvu'fm of tli aerld polton
(hot cauara Uie dr-ijiul aulfcrinir which
only Uie vletlma of j.hf umntu n cvi real lee
THOUSANDS OF CASEQ
ef the wont forma of tliil U'mulo rtlacaae
have been quiokly relieved, and In ahort Uuw
ntirr, at. iiqiiooii nut, mii.u iiv vui:vciHm
14- J'rr pin Tin n n( iieniftil.
WBIXI, niC;iUItlll)OIf :o., linrllr cton Vt
"I I, u l ImIi I ikI riMvoneKt. iilu In tint back
find rlii-iimuM m, ' ur lea ,1. Si nil. ISiiilliiKtun,
Vi., K il-ej Wd l tin cciiKti Itirin al ,"
"Ton rlalm tn
much fur Samaui-
(f r3 enn tnii' ini'dlcliii
4 a "lieilflc fur
- wi Iciwe. nvNiirualiu
VC-- A I co h oil am .
Opluin Knllnii Ithrnniiillniii, hirrniHlor
rba, or Nriiiliial XYrMkncaa, iiml nil other
roinplnlnlaf" Vediilin It a nm.
lily, bfcauar the Virtu of all dlhiiie nrlnn from
llioliliwiL llaNervlno, I(ewilvi.'iit,Alleriiliv(iiiiii
1 .mat ln pruiK-rUnanievl all the cmilll lout bunln
rifcrrodUi. It a k nown world u l'U un
It iUli l Mi.d iininn a Urn ilient nut by tlio
Inlrialiit'lliitinf (iiUli aHinlilraHtlernlliiirlli:), but
ly the renioratlitn uf aetlvlty to llni almnm-hawl
tiemiua ayiiiein, AliereliJ1 ill" Iiniln la n'lluved
f nmrlilil f urn , v hli b uro crealed by tht
taniea alnivo refcrri il to,
To I'lerjfvineti, Lawyer). IJterary men, Mcf
rhiiiil. Hanker), l.adlea aiij all llmxe w hue ned
rnlary rnitilnyinrdt faioe nervuiia jironlrnllon,
irreguUrlllea (if Ilia blood, atnniiieh, buweU oi
; lilneyt or w bo require nen e tmle, a iie t laer or
etlumlant, rlAMAHlTAR h'l.ltvixa la Invuliiulile.
TnouMiiile proclaim II the niott wmiilcrtiil Invlg.
orant that rver auMahicd Iho aluklnK aytem,
11.M). SI4 ky all lrUu (U)
lnrteetliaonta1)ani1 Hn-ulanaaml aUnm.
m KT a. Ji:nnci-t) kid. co., nm
V1T VT.y aY3 Ultl kJ
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"SuppoKw." sulil tbo flrmntin, rubbinw the
From off his (lurk ooni plcx Ion,
"rinpnose you ure tiyltiK to make up timo,
Ana not h tank on the Hcutionl
And tsuppoHO tliut tbo wuter was dowu to
With thejrauire aomowhere up lit high O.
WliHl'a dnlio In acitito liko tliut"
"Dune!" Rmllod the lofty engineer,
"I'dJiiMt hunt open the throttle!
I've run a huln on u tio(tle of liecr,
Anil then thrown in the bottle!
Thi'it)'aenflni'er en piiHsentrer train)
That's mude up time on a lliik.
It') only a mutter of pluck ami bruins;
Hut tell uie, why did you a.-k'"
"llcciiuse," wild thefirentait, rttliblng his nose,
And (rlviitp; the chovel a yank,
"I think by the wity nho snortH and blows
There it not n drop In tbo tnnk!
And now 1 would really like to fee
A beer Imttlo atari Iter ptiuip;
Here's one tliut tbo noctiou Ikikm pavo mo
Now work It.orelso you Jump!"
One liouinl, anil the lofty engineer
Went out of that engine van.
And when bo Mituk, it dlilu'tappunr
Which wiih tlie chief end of man,
' '1 hope," the nrlniy flreuiun cald,
As he opened the throttle wide,
"J hope ho Isn't really demb
But I'm t'UKlneer if be died?
Jack liurr settled his tarpaulin a tri
fle raoro jauntily on his head; took a
last preparatory pull at his pipe; son
orously cleared his voico and bejiiin:
'Wfilys," he said reflectively, gazing
at tho well-lilled bowl of tho" pipe;
"widys are ; a wonderful institution!
tlicrc,s soiuething about a widy that
there ain't about any other created wom
an. To put it poetically, eutlonien,"
lookinr from his jipe to ins auditors,
"the widy is like it rose. In tho rose
you'd call it a perfume, in the widy a
charm. You take the rose and smell of
it, and you can't, for the life of you,
say what makes it the queen of flowers.
You can only say it's a rose! All "
"Hear, hear!" shouted Jack's audit
Jack raised his pipe to his lips witli
serene satisfaction, indulging in a placid
whiff till the noisy demonstration camo
to an end.
Quiet restored, Jack resumed:
"I repeat my last words. You can
only say it's a rose. So, gentlemen, it
is "with the widy. That something
about her is nameless. Afar or near
von feel it, but you only say it's the
"Ili, hi!" responded the audience.
Jack took another pufl and somewhat
"(ientlemen. we have so far had tlio
widy in general; now we'll take the
widy in particular my widy. (icntle
nieii, slit; was as clean-timbered a craft
as ever' set sail for a husband. Her eves
were as blue as the ocean, her lips like
two coral banks, and her teeth and skin
like solid sea-foam! not a speck on the
whiteness of cither. And the color on
her cheek! Hlcss you! no rose ever
equaled it; while her chestnut-brown
hair was enough to entangle t lie soul of
of well, of a sailor! It got me!
"Well, the upshot of my ensnaring
was that 1 took board with her. Shu
kept. neat, haialy girl, and nobody ev
er hud a nicer home. The longer 1
slaved tho more i swore it should be
mine forever, and the widy with it. I
didu'j. lose any time, but set straight in
to courting, nnd with very good success.
Mrs. Merrihcw, soon acknowledged that
1 was the man for her, ami the thing
was settled. '
"But, about two weeks before the
banns wore bo bo published, I began to
notice Mrs. Merrihcw looked worried,
and a little more worried every day.
For ten days or so, she put me oil'. At
last she toid me all aVmut'lier trouble.
" Tnv an orderly woman, you know,
Jack V she said.
" 'Such another dou't live!' I cried.
" 'Well, Jack,' she answered, 'there's
a chest,' pointing toone across the room,
all done up fanciful In chintz, 'there's a
chest that won't stay in order one
niglu! KiM. I accused Mary Ann' (the
ri iJ Jt 'i meddling with it Miu ruost
left me, she was so mad, and 1 soon
found I wa nil wrong. Hut who war
at my chest every ' blessed night, and
wno isf j here, (tin t n thing in it but
old hills and papers. They aro of us
to mo and I often Uok over them, but
they ain't of use to anv other living
soul! Jack, I'll toll you' what I think.'
" 'I think the chest's bewitched! And
Mary Ann thinks so, too, and threatens
to go if 1 don't burn it! As true as you
live, Jack, I iiul liittl chest in apple pie
order every day, and every night It's
turned lop'sy turvy. I lock il, and put
the keys iinder'niv pillow, and lock and
bolt my door, and screw down the win
dowsit's ull the same. The chest it a
sight the next morning!'
"The widy stopped to sob, and I sat
still to lliink.' It was curious, very cu
rious. I couldn't deny il, and didn't
try to. At last I bit on a plan.
" 'I'll stay down hero und watch!' I
'Tho widy first looked at me with
eves ns big as saucers, and then she did
something better. She threw her nrnis
"found my neck. ' Nalurally, wo wan
dered oil' from tho cfiest then.
Hut Orforo bedtime we got back to It,
and we airreed tliut I should ,it there iu
the dark, keeplngelosnlnacorncrnwuv
from the chcsL If I heard, nothing, 'I
whs to do notUiug. i If 1 heard a rust-'
ling among tho papers I wns to strike n
nuiti'li rind look Info if. ' That all flxed,
the widy left me looking; as happy as an
"iiUt IWIUalaOW. f wit IH'ultV roiXMC
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNKSDAY MOKNI1W, JUNE 20, m.
when she left nie alone there with the
glim doused. It wasn't a bit liko know
ing what you were going to nicot, and
meeting it under a goodlight. I had
my own idcars about witches, and they
wasn't pleasant idears, I began to see
eyes glowering at mo through tho dark,
and to feel slimy" hands touching ' my
neck, and to hoar whlsperingvolces and
soft hissing laughs all over tho room.
I stuck it out till just as tho clock struck
twelve, and then I gave In to tho witch
es. I wouldn't a-stayod in that' room
another hour for two widys no, not for
"With that in my mind I started up
to run. Hut, bless you; when I got up
I couldn't run! My legs and my feet
were froze stiff. There was no more
run in me than :n the chest! Just as I
got sipiaro on my feet there was a soft
fumbling sound at tho door, aud then a
horrid rustling of something moving In
"I had been frightened thinking of
the witch, but I was worso frightened
with tho witch there! I heard the thing
go to tho chest; I heard tho lock turn;
I heard tho lid go up; I heard tho pa
pers rustle. I would have run then, for
my legs began to feel a little alive by
that time, but I was afraid to go in tho
dark. The matches were in my hand.
I drew one quick across my coatsleeve;
it was very bad smelling but very quiet
as it blazed up.
"I didn't dare look nt tho chest till
I'd got the candle lighted, for fear I'd
let the mat eh drop and be in tho dark
again. If I had, 1 think I'd a-gono into
"Mighty sirs! the things I thought of
were nothing to what presently faced
nie! After the candle was lighted I
raised it over my head and looked at
the chest. In front of it stood some
thing that drew mo to it a'inost without
"It was a woinan I saw; but what
kind of a woinan I never guessed till I
got to the end of the chest, where I
could see the face. As I looked at Hint,
I felt my hair rise and my flesh creep.
"Tho face was completely covered by
a dirty white kid mask, with holes for
the eyes, nostrils, and mouth, and tied
behind the grey, frowsy head with two
dirty muslin strings. The hands were
covered with two dirty white kids, and
were throwing the papers in the chest
hither and yon, as if hunting for some
thing. "Directly, something about tho gown
she wore made mo burst out with a word
that wasn't good. It seemed to mo I'd
seen that gown! And then it tame to
me that I'd seen the gown on tho same
person. I set the candle down in a hur
ry, and made a dive for the woman.
"As I did so, she raised herself up
and looked at mo with her cold, stony
eyes. I shivered, and fell back. Hut
the next minute I had her by the arm.
' 'If it costs nie my life, I'm goiu' to
see under this kid!' I shouted,
"The woman seemed to tremble all
over. Hut I didn't wail to see what the
trembling meant. I got hold of the kid
and peeled it oil'."
Jack stopped and gently stuffed a lit
tle more tobacco in his pipe.
"(io on, go on!" shouted his impa
tient auditors; what did yon see?"
Jack turned an eye of sadness on the
questioners. He answered in two dole
Jack mournfully nodded his head. ,
"Them kids was her 'cosnieties,' she
said, and her brown wig and freezotu
were upstairs with - her soa-foani teeth!"
Jack groaned and hurried on:
"She was walking in her sleep, you
see, and when she 'wakened up therein
front of un1, she poured out the greatest
lamentations vou ever heard."
"Well, gentlemen, I ran away. I
knew if I'd see her with them freezetts
and things on again, I'd be a goner.
She was a widy, you know."
"And you didn't marry her?"
"I couldn't inarrv my great grand
With that solemn rejoinder. Jack re
turned to his pipe and his meditations.
Tenant Houses on Farms,
The question of hiring help on larger
farms is a very important one, and de
serves more attention by tho agricultur
al press. There are two ways of look
ing at the subject, the right and the
wrong. The farmer who looks upon a
hired man in much the came light that
he does upon Ids horses or oxen, as ani
mals out of which lie is to get tho larg
est possible amount of labor at the least
possible outlay, is not taking as high a
view of human labor as he should, aud
will litul it dillicult to solve the problem
of economical help upon bis farm. The
person who hires should hope to get a
man a well as a machine, when he se
cures the services of any human help.
The be-t method of securing Buuh help
is the important question that is pre
sented to many farmers in all parts of
the world. Anything that will tend to
make the hired man more iriU'retted iu
his work should be fostered. To thia 1
end i't us consider the subject of tenant
By tenant houses is underMyood d wcl-1
lings upon tho farm in which ti. hired
nu n, and their families, tind comfortable
quarter and a pleasant home. Iu the
hr.-t place uch houses secure married
men. inn I tlii ii an advantage. Il is
necessary to discourse upon the nrmcttl
ed condition of the unmarried ngrlcul- j
tiiral labors as contrasted with those
that have families di pending upon their
wages. A single man is, in H certain
si im', independent, and too frequently
feels that lie can do about lis ho pleases
so long as the last paynieiil for ns labor
holds out. ISueh men are transitory,
ami pass from farm to farm, not slaying
long enough in tiny one place to get In
tcrestod in the work. Aside from tho
roving disposition of th unmarried
farm laborer, hn (un other characteris
tics that until him fir tilling Hie import
ant position on large farms. I do hn
mean this is tho case with nil, but fro
quuutly so. I'mirc I'nnnn;
A New Haven coroner's jury, In thril
ling language, acquit three lls'hernien of
not helping a drowning coiurailu whilo
shad fishing:' "We Iiml that if tho man
who carries the shore end of the -boat
did not leave the boat till It had passed
the creek It would have been Impossi
ble for such an accident to have occur
ted." This was accomplished within
s'.ghl of Yule Oolleijo.
Wanted ExcurHioa Rates.
The Cincinnati Drummer says tho fol
lowing is gospel truth:
"(iood morning," said a hard looking
customer to Colonel Dave Edwards at
tho Hen Lino ollico the oilier day, "air
you the railroad inan?"
'i'es, sir. What can I do for you?"
replied the Colonel.
"I don't know as you can do nuthiii',
but I jest wanl to sou if 1 couldn't git
a deduction on truvelin' expenses."
"Cot some peoplo to go on our line?"
"Well, es, sort o' like."
"There's five of 'em in the lot."
"Where do they go?
"Where are they?"
"Well, they're down to the deepo.
You sco as how I've been out in Injian
n v a takin' up the remains of my wife's
mother, my old man and three of our
kids, and t thought if you'd give mo ex
cursion rates, for the parly, I'd jest as
leef paiternizo your road as not, and
save a dollar or two on express charges.
Express rates is powerful high, and I
hain't lost my family pride enough yit
to want'er send 'em 'by freight."
The Colonel held a consultation with
tho boys in tho back ollice and tho ex
cursion party was made up.
Uulecsit had irreat merit Parker's (Jimrcr
Tonic ct uld net be so popular. Its ssle lna
spread reniurkuhly everywhere, hecsuso in
valids find it gives them new lite and vior
when other medicines fail entirely. Ohio
Elys' Cream BhIsmii, for the cure of Ca
tarrh, liny Fever and Cold in Head, is nn
article of decided merit, posscssini wonder
ful cleansing and hesl'mg properties. Price
50c. Apply into nostrils with little finger.
Free ot Cost,
All pi isons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy -one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any nffectlou of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at B ir
clay Bios' drugstore ami get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption I'reo of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-sizo bottle will do. (1)
J37"Nothig so simple and perfect I'd
coloring as the Diamond Dyes. For cur
pet rags, better and cheaper than any other
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fukk
OK cn.vutjE. This great remedy whs
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Ucv.
Joseph T. I.nman, Station I)., New Yoik
Henry Gross, 728 W. 2lst St., Chicago,
III., says; "Brown's Iron Bitters restored
my strength after I had suffered from ecar
Skk a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Orape wine is made,
that is bo highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tbo use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aicd. Sold by druggists.
,D.6cate, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them aro 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. $1. At drug
k'is's. The Snow of Mount Blanc
is not whiter than teeth that are daily rub
bud with SOZODONT, and coral gathered
in ocean depths, cannot surpass the hue ot
i,'ums freed from sponginess by the sitae
salutary agent. American ladies viitinir
foreign lauds, excile the admiration of bc
luildtrs and tlio ODvy of their transatlantic
sisters, with tlio surprising excellence of
their teeth. When asked to what they owe
this chtrtn, thev murmur the talisman
U. S. District Attorney Speaks.
Col. II. Walters, U. S. D'strict Attorney,
Khhshs City, Mo., authorises the following
statement: "bainuiilun Nervine cured my
niece of spurns." Get at druggists. $1,50.
S, M. Dukes, Culfix, Itid., states that his
wife hud a tumor on her neck five years,
vnd Lindscy's Blood Seatcher" cured it
An aUrtcti vo. youthful appearance se
tuted by using Parker's Hair Balsam to all
who arc getting gray,
I cod I scarcely speak; it was almost
ifnpoMiitile to breathe through my nostrils.
L'ing E.ys' Cream Balsam a short time I
entirely relieved. My head has not
no U:en so clear nor voice so ctrong in
y ears. I recommend thia admirable reinc--))
to all afflicted with catarrh in the head.
. O. Tide nor, dealer in boots and shoes,
Elizabeth, N. J.
To The WeHtT"
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-men lioncd section, but the diiect
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the MifH'iini Pacific KuiUuy, Two
trains dally are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cms of the very
(irest make are attached to ull trains. .
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengi'i's
for Kansas, Colonui'), New Mexico and Cal
!friin "inni.ct with CApiess trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express train for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with tbo
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties eumutu to tho
West and North west, not only fust time
and superior nccoinodntious, but beautiful
scenery, as it pauses through tlio finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &(!., of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C, B. Kmruty, . F. Ciianoi.ku,
Ass't (Jen'l Pass. Agent. Ucu'l Pass Agent.
WoltK Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make au offer by which
yeu can earn 'i to $7 uvcuinun, at ymir
homo. Men Women, Buys or Hirli can do
it. II. C. Wilkluson & Co., 11)5 and 11)7
Fulton Street, New York.
A POHIT1VK cunu
Catarrh and Hay
Aureulilo to Uso.
UOI. I) IN THI KAD,
or any kind of mucus
Influinod aud riiuijti
eurlaian. A prepara
tion of undoubted
merit. Apply liy (he
mil., n ,,.. ,i,
w, rami nHw.j
A TAB tu roLOS .
m.r. mb i) cvi .rtsr.
Jnni-trilH. It will he
, . r-r-H,,Mur""n eiieciiiaiiy
HAT'rLVCr? t1'11'!! ' nai
" liHMHHi'Mtt nf PRltirrhal
limn, ranalui! healthy secrutkina. It allays In
ttain tnutlon, p-otirln thu muinhriinil linings of the
heud from add 1 1 tonal colila, completely heals the
Kore) and reKtorea thu fi use of tnate aud smell.
Hunulldal ruedlm aro rimlli id by a lew applica
tion). A TIIOI'OI'GII TltKATMKNT WILL CI'REI
Cream Huliu hu t'uiued an enviable reputation
wherever known; displacing nil other t. reparation).
Send for circular contilnliiK full li lornittilon and
reliable t "StlmonlnU. Iiv mall, prepaid 60 cents
a packnu'ii clump) received, hold by all whole
Halo I' ml reinll doiitulao.
KI.Y'fil'HIiAM !iALMCO..Owei;o, N. Y.
Thil elegant dresiing
is preferred by tho
wholia ve used it, to any
iimiur article, on ac
count of its superior
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
P.irker s Hair lul.vim h finely perfumed and il
warranted to prevent falling of the h.iir and to re
move dandruff and itching, Hiicox & Co , N.Y.
trie, and l tlut, at tlm la drag, and awdkfoM.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a n-oihcr run down by family or hou
hold duties try Paxkkk's (Iivgkk Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, milliner or buiineM man ex
handled hy mental Hum or anxiouttare, do not talc
iul'ixicatin;:limu!u!its,butue I'atker't Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, I)ypesia, Hheuma
Um, KidneyComiilaims, oraryaisotderofthelungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or neivej. Pakkkk's Gmoaa
Ionic will cure you. ItiMheGreatest Wood Purifier
And the Best end Surest Cough Cure tvet Used.
If you are wastiiijj away from age, dissipation or
any cWae or weakness and reunite a stimulant take
Ginckr Tonic at once; il will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose but will never mloxkat.
it has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours,
CAUTION l-R(u all nbillinM. Pukn'iQInprTialoll
compnfcrd of Ui, btl mnrdltl tavnta Id (fa, vofld.aad Uaatmlr
HinVrrnt from pprtioD of yinicr alone. Sfttd tor areata tit
HiKsa a Co., N. Y. too. A l ium, at drslm la druft,
GREAT SAVINO BUYING DOLLAR SIX.
Its rich and lamieg frcgnnce has mailt Ihts
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There
lanothlua; Ilk it. I mist upon having FuirsS-
TON LOUA.KE and look lor signature ol !
n rtry bottl. Any dmpjlrt or 4ltr In peifuiMrp
no tuyyij ya. 0 win id rnt in.
LAit'-E saving bi'Yinw :$r, size.
Tho Wonderful Efficacy of
Ou botm so frMiucntly aud aaUafootorfly proraa -that
it Kooiua aliniwt nuiwrfluoua to aay anrtiilnir .
Bioie La their favor. The Luiinenao and oonitanUy
lucxoaaiiuf demand for them, both la thin and foreura
ooiititrtiw, la U10 beat evldiinco of Utelr value. Tbaur
al trulay In tlio United Htatea la for irreatar than
any otln-r catliartlo meiUctna, Tbla dumand tst
Dot apvtuoUln, It la rorular and ataady. It la lot
of to day or yosb rday, It la an Increase thai baa basil .
vUmdlly xniwuiir for tho lout tlilrty-flvoyoant. What)
uro tbo ruinous for Uib) Kroat and growing demand r
anil "t tlmy act with wonderfid rrToct upon
tlio bver. They clnunao tho ntnmaob and bowola of
all irritating uiattnr, which, If allowed tft romaln,
pouKinsthn bbxxl, and brinira on Malaria, Cbllla anil
i'ever, and many other dlw aHua. They (tlrs boalta .
ml Htruturtli to tlio ditrentlva orvana. They cmato
Piwtileand rtvojrorto tlio wholo syxtam. They
mln fact Uie inixllelno of all othom which ahould
Ixi taken Intlmea liko tho prawmt, wlwn malarial audi
etlior opldiimlin am ratrliur, aa Uiey proiwrathenya.
torn to rutiuit attacka of dwouao of every characUir.
Dr. Hrhnnrk'n fllamlrako Tills aro sold by all
dnurviHtaut k",")r.i!r box,orecnt bytuall,poatiald,
ou receipt of prion
Dr. Nchonek'ii nook on Cnnaomptlnn, I,lv
rr t'oinplulnt and Dvfl'Pln "i rnsush of
fh-mian, in aont frcr to all. AdilniM lr. J. II.
H:IiI:N('K A'. HON, I'hlWidiilnhla, J'iu
i PACK5T COMPAaiY'8 I
? neetrle4lc aLEtaGSlI.B. Uu Un
PineCltlfi-Wlinol Pasoonner Stamf -
ni'twrnn ST. f,00T, UANNIHAL. QyiNOT,
Jli-.OKtK. BO IILlNOTOf. KOOK IBI.ANO,
liA IMlH.Vlir.tiHt ft 1 rt Am r-,i 1 11 tn 1 1 W
M w v 1, r 1 , villll IV .1 1 AJ IH -ai v an.
J.ACltOUHH, px. PAUij and MINNKAVOLIB.
HI. i . ii I I'lirhNlnlraira hi. i,(Hii)fivnrr monany.wan-
nMubi) iiiel Krlilny, ni ' p.m. Vila
nlnleiiviirll, J niilKiliillr, huniliieiMl.lt ryn, 'I
rui-iirai,i)i 'I'teKi'ia in. inw rin.wn w n,. j-nui. fmZ
MlunMnnkn and nil NnilhrnHnminiir llMnrta. Wlriiio
am) i IimmikkI rnnlnlii lint'ila. Mnnlnnaand Mnolt)W
1'iif llliDirntiiil Onlil" lliKik, tlmatnhlM, paaaniatf,
Wlnulbuat lout of Uilva HU m l. LoUlS. MOk
Aiiu git m
n W-.f:V--fc --A
- 1 r
LLIKOIH CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line liunniny;
O DAILY TRAINS
Ma kino Direct Connection
riuiss Ltavi Caiku:
Arriving In .Louis .4o .u..: tblcaKO,S:30 p.m.:
Connwit tt at Odin and hflnKhaio for Olnclu
uatl, L lavflle, Indianapolia and points Kaat.
11:1 I i.m. St. Ioui h.ml Weaiti'rri
srrlvinrinBt. Loolt?K)5 p. m., and connecrlnii
for all point) V eat.
n.OO p.m. Fast Kipreas.
FirHt, Lou I a mid Chicago, airlvtiig at 8t. Louis
tu;) p.m., and CUico 7:iu a.m.
trrtving at Clncliiatl T:(iu .m.; I.ouisrllla 6:55
a m.; Indlauanolln 4:06 a.m. Paaseuvrers by
Ihta train reach the above, polnta la to '.S
liUUhtt In advance ol any other route.
nrThe8:5fl p. m. cipreca baa PULLMAN
M.hKPIXOCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
-hatifrs, and through sleeper) to St. Louis and
Fast Timo Kast.
Prt4lsP110Pl'u this line gothroagb toEsat.
aaavijria em poim. without iny delay
caused by Sunday Inu-rveuliiK. The Haturdsy after
anon train from Cairo arrive) In mw York Wondar
nnrniugatlO:;jj. Thlrty-sli boars In advance of
B'' other route.
iWfnr throntrh tickets tnd furthtr InformaUon.
tpply t llllnola Central Mal'i-oad Oepot, Cairo.
. o JONBS, Timet Agent.
A. H. A80S. Geo. Pasa. Aiteut. Chlcaeo
I I'm PO
I. C. R, R.(tl,rouiih lurk mail). 5 a. m.
8 I), in
" (Southern IOv ,.
Iron Mnuniain It. it
W abash K. It
Terns A St. I.nu.n ll. it
St. Louis & C Iro li. It
..4 30 p m. I 9 p. m.
p in. Hp m.
K:v p. m. tt p. m.
in p. m. 9 p. m.
" p. ru. ii a. m.
5 p. m. 9-.nu am
! p. m. 4 p. m.
rat. 4 Men.
Frl. A Kun.
7:;k) am to7:')0 pm
M sajl Iver arrives W.d ,
" (leparl) W eil ,,
P O. gen. del. op n from..
f.O. bm del. o, er trom.
m. in. to H p in.
Mindavs eer. . re, oicn from. Ha 111 in In a m
fiundats ri,x del. open from. ...8 a. m. to lo:80am
ir-N'OTK.-Chaua will be published from
11 me vu iime id city pepers t nant'e your earns ac
W SI .
MCKPI1Y, P. M.
Mayor Ihomks. W. Ua.br'ay.
Treasurer-Chatb a F. Nellin.
t'lerk Uenuis. J, Koiey.
Couti)clor--Wra. B. Gilbert,
Hnrsl.nl-I,. II. Meyers,
ttomey William rietdrlcks.
am an or iloiriiir
Kirst Ward-Wm.McHale, llarty Walker,
tleeond Ward- Jesse lliukle, C.N. UiiKhes,
rhird Ward-B. P. Blake, fg-m Smith.
Kourth Ward-Charles 0. Patler, Adoiph 8wo
bJila. fifth Ward-Cts. I.ancaatrr. HiLry S'ont.
Clrcull .Indew I). J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln,
County Jud(e J. II. boblniou.
( ouniy Clerk h.J. Humm.
County Treasurer Miles W. parka
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner K. Fllwralfl
County Commissioners T. W. Flalllday, J. II.
Mulcuher and Peter rano.
(ill I ht:riK.s.
CtAIKO BAPTIST. Coriier Tenth aDd Poplar
atreets; pteacblog tlitnt.d (bird Sundaj) Iu
each mouth, 11 a. m. and 7:'aJ p. m.: prayer meet
ug Thursday, 7:1X1 p. m. ; hi und ay school, C:SU a.m .
10 v. A. 4. IIKSS Pstor.
pHVKCU OF 1 HE KEL1 EKM KK -(Episcopal
(.J Kourteenth street; buuday 7iia m.. Holy
Coamunlon 1D:S0 a. m .. Morning Prayers 11 a. 111.
Minday school 3 p. m.. Evenlni: Prayers 7:i'J p.m
F. I. l avenport, 8. T. i. Hector.
i."jK8T -missionary baptist cHUhca.-
1 Preai-htng at 10:80 a. n.., 8 p. m., ai d 7:!i) p; m.
Inbliath ac.liool at 7.30 p. tu Kv. T. J. Shores,
ie or ,
IU'fllKKAN-Thlrfjenth street; services hab
j batb 1'Sil a. ra. ; Hondny school 2 p m. Kev.
MKTH1.1DIST Cor. Flgbtb and tt'aluot streets,
Prparblnit 8abbr.tb 1I:C0. m. and 7:30 p.m.
nda'-frhoiil at .t:i0 p in. Kev. J. A. Scarrutt,
p .s nr. ,
I )HKSHYTKHIAS -Blifbth etiefli; proi.cuiiig on
1 bubbu'b at 11 ;tu a. n.. aud 7::' p. m.; nrr.yer
reetin.' Vt ednesdur ' 7:ll'lp. m.; Sundny Schvol
11 8 p M. IC' V H. 1 . yeor(
T. JOHK I'll b--iHoiiinn Cnltiollc) Corner Cross
O sr-d walnut strepts; nervirns sn'ttinth iu:30.
11. ; tfuiidav School at i p. m.
. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
a. es everj ibiy al R a 111. Ifcv. O'llnra, Prloflt.
CT. PATRICR'S-tUoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
D s'reet and Wasiiltigtnn avenue; service) Sab
no 1. S and to a.m.; Venpcr 3 p.m.; Hnnday School
1 p. m. services every day at S a. m. Rov. Slastoi era
Akin I ACIt VITAL ENERGY?
nnw - - - - -
ius iinwnro ttnivnnionuinia
. VHUlnnnu maaiwiio Appli
ance) naa unrniffois urn m
I sureeurefor NnrvousDebll-
I.. H...I..I. Hhaiiinutlam
of Vltnl En"i-)t, Overwork
ed Bruin, wen) unci, ma
nay, Liver, nnd Htomnch
' eomplnlnts, nnd nrendnpt-
eu tO H.ITHK1I nm. 4iifia
very lnte)t lm
prnvnd, nnd en
from belts and all
others, aa they
sold), onasina no
sore), nor Irrita
tion of(he )kln
can oe worn
work aa well aa
nlile to wenrer.
.tnaea of all
I) ol beoeSt. Theee for MKN ONLi an onej reaoa
the ient ol dlaease. a they act dlrwitiipon Ne"oua,
Mu)cular,and (.eneratlra O)u(er), siwedlh. restoring
the vlUllty-whleh la KleetHrity-dru tied (torn the.ya;
tern b eanesa or lodlscretlnn), thsy thua Id a natural
way nvsrennie the weaknew without dmmlnd the onr
noli. Tberwllleura every ease abort of atrueliiral da
Beoeratloa, and we are prepared to furnish the moat
Smiihatln nnd nhwlnle pnmf to siinnort our clalma,
lluatrated Pamphlet Frjee.or aent aenled for So poa(aa,
niulUtloi t AMIRIOANOALVANIOOO.
rrssi Uvttsl I 1 1 N. th St., St. Lout.M"
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