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Tlie Daily Mletin,
MII.UNEHT 1-AHAHOL8 COLom-NECK
DUE88INO JUWKMIY 1U)VE8.
Immensely popular are capotes; to much
I i to that one is tut thinking, wbcrcfote this
I lease of lifu prolonged? this cat-liku gift
j of cine lives? Firstly, the cane to Mils snus
on the low coil; secoudly, it does not catch
the breizo as one walks or drives; it is easi
ly gotten up, and therefore one may have
three or four in place of a siugle, large,
elaborate bonnet. There is not a little,
too, in that "nut catching the brei .," for
when the bontiutt catches the bruze, the
breeze is pretty apt to catch the bonnet and
send tumbling one knows not where, and
worse yet, exhibiting one's frizzes jnd the
like when not exactly gotten up for exhibi
tion, or possibly one's own dark locks un
der one's blonde wig, wig and all bcinx ar
ranged with a Tie w to having one's hat ou
one's head. The great plcturesqueness,
however, of the large bat is a strong card
in its favor, and accounts for its prolonged
fashion ibleness; yet the inconvenience of a
continual clutching to keep it in pi nee of a
windy day militates icriounly against it;
causes one to fall back on turban shapes
and to look favorably on the inoffensive lit
tle capote, which if no protection, at least
remains quiet in Its place and gives rise to
no anxieties or awkward complications.
In the matter of shade, too, wheru is one's
What better sludu than that, especially if
with lace cover drooping over the edge, or
with a fall of lace giving the same refining
effect. Indeed I know of uothiug more ex
cellent than that tame tall of lace; temper
ing the too ardent glare of a summer's sun
with peculiarly feminine effect, or adroitly
used, a peculiarly feminine weapon of de
fence, since what is easier than by chance
to lower one's parasol, that one's Adolphus
may not see one walking with one's Theo
dore; Adolphus however being closely scru
tinized through those ncver-to-be-sufficient-ly-pmised
loopings and open work meshes.
Economical ladies I uy lace covers to put
over a last year's parasol of plain silk, or
trim up a pUin silk ot this year with a bor
der of lace, black or white.
THE MYsTEHIEa OF COLOH.
Make a thing difficult, give it a name,
and everybody wauti it. Think of what
dark-haired women go through to be maJe
blondes. The ditiiculty half the charm, the
name of bl jQ ie the other. Hj with crush
ed strawberry and crushed raspberry. Who
would care anything about them but for the
absurd uaine and tin trouble of determin
ing which is which. The destinction is as
puzzling as to know bow to get hold of a
Louisiana State Lottery ticket. Everybody
wants one because it is hard to get one,
while thousands are taken in and paid back
in prizes to people who think the names of
Qens. Beauregard and Early insure the
fairneis of the drawings. Throughout the
world of color, indeed, there is a pleasing
ort of mystery. . B ues we have
that are endeavoring to be greys or greens;
yellow that disJain to bj yellow and take
in puzzling mixtures of red, orange or
pink, obtaining curious names thereby and
mounting hiyh the Udder of fame. Con
sider, too, tlje position reached by color; a
lady walking forth in a red costume, a red
spotted with blue and like, nobody looking
at her a scuoad time. These reds, how
ever, are no more genuine reds than are
most of the blue?, greens or yellows the
rather brick dust or terra cotta reds or red
having tinges of wine, or nvingrel rod s
bringing ui back to whence we started
to craihod raspberry and strawberry
Qreen is extremely fashionable this season,
and while there are hybrid greens, you see
charming outfits of clear, positive forest
Nocks are unfashionable, I should judge,
from the fact that one never gets the sight
of one. Rather the folds of swathing lace,
the high upright collar, the rucblng, the
anything rather than the divinely appoin
ted neck. Where then is the room for an
earring whoa the neck dressing is brought
up to the ears? There is none, so we have
none. None worth epeakiag of, unless it
may bo a handsome pair of pearls or dia
monds. Clearly they must be shown, yet
Chiefly solitaires and so close to the ear
that little roo n is taken up. Occasionally
one sees indeed an unpretentious earring,
but it is very small a minute leaf or flow
erdt, small ball, etc., not so stylish as none
Everything runs to bracelets or lace pins;
the former jingling or wrinkled gloves or
doing duty instead of cuffs at -the end of
sleeves whioh dressmakers will not allow of
the proper length; the latter standing soli
tary in place of a brooch, or with abandon
catching the scarf or jabot. Flowers on
the corsage are perhaps uot quito so often
seen as formerly; certainly not in such ex
travagance, but they are still very fashion
able, trom a single flower up to quite a
AllMS OB IECTIONAB LB. 1
Arms scorn to be as objectionable as
necks, Nocliauce at all for them, since
wherever your dress sleeves ends there
must your glove extend, unless perhaps in
case of an extremely abort sleeve, but even
then the glove boldly turns tho elbow and
follows up, leaving only a little of the arm.
The exquisitely fitting Harris mousquetaire
comes first, the more so as it bos been
found in evory way reliable, yet for wear,
traveling, etc., tho Harris gauntlot is tho
favorite, since it is closod to the wrist and
joined to a cuff, small and snugly fitting
the arm. There is no fattening; it requires
none, and such convenience is a grojit card
in its tavor. Lice mitt aro shown, but
nro subordinate to the beautifully fitting
erteys of silk and Little thread niuiiMjiie-
(aires. Itcniember, however, that your
gloves mUHt not match your costume, tan
and yellow shades being all the go.
W. V. utMHiiiN. river tailor ol iui Hui.i.eti
ai.d steamboat passenger aiiont. Ordon fur til
kinds of etesrnboat Jolt printing; eoliclled. Olllcu
a'. Uowor's Knropean UoUil. No. 72 Ohio levee.
The Silver Cloud from Paducau will re
port hero at U p. m. connecting with I. C.
It. K. and leave on her return trip at 4:!JU
Tho Wyoming from Cincinnati passed
down y!stcrday evcuing for New Orleans.
She had a very good trip.
The Annie P. Silver from New Orleans
arrived here yesterday with a good up
stream trip fui St. Louis. She dupaited at
8 a. m.
The City of Providence from St. L mis is
due this evening for Vicksburg. t'apt.
The City of St. Louis will urrivo here to
morrow night tor New Orleaus.
The Guiding Star from New Orleans will
report here to-morrow night for Cincin
nati. The Jas.. W. Usff left Memphis lst
night for Ciueiunati and will report here
to morrow eveuing.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo, Paducah and Shawneetown.
The punctual and popular Bteamer Andy
Baum from Cincinnati will arrive early
tli is morning on her way to Memphis. See
W. F. Limbdin, Passenger Agont, and get
The Ella Kimbrough leaves here this
morning at 0 o'clock for New Madrid and
The W. II. Cherry from Nashville is due
this evening and leaves here on her return
trip at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Business on the wharf yesterday was dull
and the weather almost as cold as winter.
Our old friend Jim Thompson of the
D lily News, published at Paducah, in
alluding to the cold wave which took
everybody by surprise Saturday night aud
Sunday, in his paper ot the 21st iust. says,
that the present cold spell reminded him
forcibly of the summer of 06, in which Bill
Limbdin opened an Ice Cream Parlor in
that city, and tne entire summer was so
cold that heavy overcoats were in demand
throughout the season, and as a natural
consequence the Sheriff "became quite in
timate" with Bill and gobbled him with
his Ice Cream Parlor freezers and all, and
for nine long years Bill felt the effects of
that ever memorablu summer. Cut Jim
forgot to tell the most interesting part of
the story, his experience ia the Clothing
business the same fatal summer, struck him
pretty lively ami used him worse tlmn a
hard case of "Yellow Jack" and whenever
tho Sheriff visited his neighborhood, Jim
always had business elsewhere. Unfortu
nately, he had no overcoats in etock, as
it was the wrong season of the year, but
the way he applied dusters to shut out the
cold was a sin. lie usually wore five or
six layers, but Jim it's all over now and wc
are still in the market. We died bard but
we died game.
Associations Among Farmers,
Combined effort, practiced with sys
tem and business riierjrv. could not fail
to excite emulation nnd prove beneficial
to men of u neighborhood or county,
llubbing together, mid comparing notes,
will bring men of medium intelligence,
in quite a degree, up to the standard of
the higher class of minds. Combina
tions of every kind, made with ti view
to fixing prices upon what farmers buy,
aim to make the farmer pav the highest
possible price for such goods as are con
trolled in whole or in part by those who
lorm tne combination. In this wny a
current is formed so strong that no man,
single handed, can row against it,
The producer of the necessaries ot
life is placed at a great disadvantage,
m compared to manufacturers, who
themselves settle all questions as to the
selling prices of their products.- While,
of course, supply und demand are in
separably linked together, still there are
many ways in which the interests of the
farmer and stock grower can be ad
vanced by tho united action of the lend
ing minds of a neighborhood or county.
Men in a given county or district, who
are engagedin growing livo stock, can
materially advance their interests by
meeting for tho interchange of view,
exchanging and selling breeding ami
working animals to each other. Many
an excellent male nninial as been con
signed to tho slaughter pen merely for
uie wani oi an opportunity to dispose
of him to some one who was looking for
just such an animal. In these oppottn
nities to sell and interchange livo stock,
the giving of Information as tow-hem
exchanges or purchases can be advan
tageously made, tho making of joint
arrangements for disposing of the ac
cumulated fat stock of a neighborhood,
. deputizing somo ouo acquainted with
the "markets and accustomed to soiling
i to go forward with the shipment, lie
somo of tho advantages that would ao
crue to farmers if thoy would more gen
erally form clubs for tho purposes in
dicated. National Live-Slock Journal,
Czar Alexander's crown is worth
8,000,000 rubles. It is covered with
diamonds, pearls and rubles, and was
first used in the coronation of Catherine
OA IRQ I(UirCTtK7VVKi)NESl)AY MUKMNU,
A Royal Flirtation.
Tho Prince of Wales' son Georgo
struck up a violent "middy" flirtation
at an Austrian ball with a 'lovely littlo
girl of fifteen (looking older as girls do
there). It was artlessly open itud frank,
but the authorities took him in baud,
bringing him back to the dais to bupor
lioiicd out properly. The boy was not
to bo bullied. lie slipped into the crowd
and secured his "gnT' again. Recap
tured, he was brought back to tho plat
form nnd confronted by un indignant
lady, tho much respected daughter of
the'Uovernor of the eolony.who assured
him with emphasis: "If you do that
again I will box your royal cars." The
boy seeing that she evidently meant
what she said, did not do it again.
Sleepless nights uimle miserable by that
lernoie cougn. oniion s Vuru is iiiuremu
dy for you. Paul O. Schuh, agent. (8)
If you need any Carpets, Lace Curtains
and Window Shades it will bo to your in
teresttocall on F. W. Rosenthal & Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
Hope for Drunkards.
My husband liwl drunken habits he
could not overcome until Parker's Ginger
Ionic took away bis thirst for stimulants
restored his energy of mind and gave him
strength to attend to business. Cincinnati
Do Sot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find ono remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as ' recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach aud Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidnevs and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
htty cents a bottle ly Harry W. acnun. (11)
James W. Cook, 354 Clark St., Chicago,
HI., says: Brown's Iron Bitters has entire
ly cured me of dyspepsia."
Dropsy and Rheumatism.
Droosiral and Rliptini&tic nersons find
the use of Speer's Port Grape Wine, ot New
jersey, oi incaicuauie oeoent. its purity
and valuable properties have given it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Kurone. This wine
took the highest premium at the late Cen
tennial, it is excellent ror weary ana de
bilitated females, and used by the best fam
ilies in New York as an evening family
wine. For sale by Paul. O. Schub.
We recommend Ely's Cream Balm in
every case where a cure for catarrh is called
for, and in no instance have we heard of
disappointment. We consider that we are
doing the public a service by making its
viitues known to those afflicted with this
loathsome disease, for which it is in most
instances a perfect cure. Peck Bum,
Druggists, Grand Hapids, Mich.
There is no use talkinr! "Lindsey's
Blood Searcher" is taking the lead for cur
ing all blood diseases.
lifThe Diamond Dyes always do more
than they claim to do. Color over that old
dress. It will look like new. Only 10
cents tor any color.
Tho Lips We Lore to Pmw
inclose pearly teeth, and exale fragrance
when opened. If this double charm were
wanting, they would lack their main at
traction and probably remain unkissed.
bOZODON T will secure it. Discoloration
of the teeth, unheulthiuessof the gums, and
a breath which causes repugnance, aro
completely remedied by this incomparable
beautiher and antiseptic ot the teeth, which
is as pleusint to taste and smelt as it is re
liable in its action.
To Tho West.
There aru a Dumber ot routes luaiiny to
the aliuve-meotioncil section, but the direct
ami reliable route is via Saint Loun and
over the Mit&iuri Pari lie Railway. Two
trains daily are run Irom the Urand Union
Depot, saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cara of the very
litest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
tor Kansas, Colorado, ISuw .Mexico and Cal
if-rnia wicect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Umahts, connection ia made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to thu
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the hnest por
tion of Missouri nnd Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed tree.
C. B. Kl.NNAN, F. CUAN'DI.EK,
Ass't Oeu'l Puss. Agent. Oen'l Tags Agent,
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous Dc
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tivo Organs; Allen's Brain Food succeisful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores
tho sufferer to his former vigor. $1, At
Wokk Given Out. On roeoipt of vour
address we will mske an offer by which
you cau earn 3 to 1 evenings, at your
home,- Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
For dressing the hair, and beautifying it
when gray, nothing is bo satisfactory i
Parker's llair Balsam.
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
B0 cents. Nasal Injector free, ' Bold by
Paul G. Schuh. (4)
That smart root) avragfi 1S.00 to R 00 per day pro
lit, lolling tho "Pockt JUnnal." TharDoct nurvul
loua littlo volume evor 'laced. Ncded, todoraed
sud purcharsd hy all claaassi nothing In tlis honk
Una ever equal to It. Will prove tt or forfeit V 0.
Complete aample and on t fit t , or full psrtl
eitUra for ttUsip. Don't nsrt out sgsln ntfl yon
learn what lanaldok this book, and what other
are doing. W. H. THOMPSON, Fnbllsber, 401
Arch Btrvet, Philadelphia, Fs. aprAat
1 In elegant dressing
u preferred by those
whohave used it, to any
MimUr article, on ac
ount of its luperior
leanlineti and purtly.
It contain materials
only that are beneficial
to tho scalp and hair
Restore theYouthfut Color to Crev or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Balsam I finely perfumed and Is
warranted to prevent falling of (lie hair and to re.
move dandruff urn itclmm. llt&cox & Co., N.Y.
01 II slm.sl dftlm 10 ainsi wd sudklnM,
Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run clown hy family or house
hold duties iry Parker's Cim;kk Tonic,
if yon area lawyer, niiimter or business man ex
banned hy menial slrainor aim ions tares, donot take)
tntoxicatiiigsumulanu.but use I'arker's Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheumsv
Ism, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach, trowels, blood or nerves. Fakkfr's Cinokr
Tonic willcme you. ItisiheCrealest blood Purifier
And thi Best anil Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and reriuiie a sumulant take)
GiNcrt Tomc at once; it will invigorate and build
Iou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate,
t has saved hundreds of lives; it may lave yours.
CAl'TIONUtMuuall inbiiliuln. Pukir's Ginger Tonle Is
eocnpowd of lbs rmlrfm.dmliir'mtiiri tb world, suit Utntlrvly
differrnl from prrparstlont of rl"i:.r slant. Stud lor olrrvlar sa
HlKOICo.,N. V, Klc. All uki, tt d.tls la druS.
GREAT RAV1NO BUYING POLLAR SIX.
fi.nrh and l.iiin. it irttAtxrm lm mill, tl.ia
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. T litre
U nothing likelt. Insist upon having Flows.
ton Coloonb and look for signature of
on bflttlt. Any dmirirM nr dIer La wrfuuwry
can lOMily 7J Wind lionl lit.
LARtlK RAVI. Nil BUT IM1 lie. SIZE.
PORT (iKAPE WINE
Spker's 17okt Gpapk WlNE
FOUR YEATiS OLD.
THIS t'KI.BBKATED N ATlVliWINB Ik maile
from tho juice of tho Oporto drape, rained In
tills country. Its Invaluable tonic and etri'ii'tli
rning proporliea are uuur,atsuil hv any other
Native Wiue. H''lnn th pure Juir of r irp.
pronuceo ontltr sir. npcer own pcrminal nijn-rvi
ruin, it purny anu gruuim nam, are eimrni.uco
T at yourjuft cniia mny nartaKa or ll i! tieroti
qualluua, and the weakest linnllil uvu it tu u.luin-
luttu. It la particularly DtMiclklul to ,liu uj,v I nil
d'-tii itHted, and suited to th ynrioiiHailiiiuniM that
affnet the weaker eex. It IcIneuTy r';rcMt
n l. n ij nr. nci.ir.ii '.
Spoor's T. J. Slit'i-ry.
The l'. J.SHKKUs' Is a wmu of Superinr t hai
Oder and i nrinkexof the richuualttlesnf tbe k rtpi
from v.lncn it ia mmlc Kor J'nrlly. I(lclinea, 1'la
vor and Medicinal Propertied, il will lu lunnd tin
Sneer's P. .T. Rrandv.
This riltANDV ntands unrivaled in thlx 6,1111 tr
heinufar (mperlnr fur medicinal puriniKea. It in n
puredlKtlllotioti Iroiu the k'nM'e. slid rimialne vul
Ualile medicinal properllei". It ha s rlellcati! flu
vor, similar to thui of lh) !rap.'K, frum wlileli It ir
distilled, and is In great fiiv ir amotiL' llrKt cUfi
families. See thai the sstun titiirn of Al.h'HKIi
KPKEH, I'sKsalc, N . J is over tlio cork "I each
Wold By PAUIi scum
AND I1Y UHl'tfH ISTSKV Kit VW ' ltK.
T. LOUIS & ST. PAU
Fine 6ide-Wheel Passeniter 8tsamsr
Betwr,t) ST. tOUia, HANNIBAL. QUINCT.
KEOKUK BURLINQTON, ROCK fSLAND.
. DAVElipoRT. CMNION, DI'BUQUM,
LACKOUtiK, BI. PAUL and MINNKAPdlJCS.
HI, 1'iml 1'neknts lenre Ht. Louis evarr Mondnr.Wmt.
DMxIny iirnl f'ruliiy, at 4 p.m. Qulncxi Knokukl'swk
eta leareHt. I,oulsdllr, Hnediiy einipiwl at I p.m.
Exi uraiun Xtckcta at low rates to Ht, Paul. Itks
MlnnMonkannd all NnrthnmHiiminiir Keaorta. lnwl
and rnwiiwi route wi i'niii,aumuinnand Manitoira.
Kor II Iiii rated (iulrtn Ituok, tlmatuhlM, pnaaroger
idtrauiht rt,,,nurl other lnfcirmullon, ililma.
ST. LOV1B A 8T. PAUiPACKKTCO.
WbarfhiHit fiHt. of Olive tit.,
'Ihe line pniuiiger und freight ateamer
Leaves Cairo 1 very Moi.ilav, WmlneKlny nnd
Frldsy niornlngast 9 o'clock I'orNew Madrid slid
Sashville, raducah & Cairo l'aokct
Tho o!cp;nnt snd palatial stmnu r
HILLY 11C U8TON Clerk
Letvoi Cairo evory Monduy at 4 p. m. for Kaeli
vllle, Nasbville, I'ailucitluV Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CHEUKY,
riNK I)UK8 .; ;. Msner
JOLLY UAUD Ill, MstM
Leaves this port every Wedusidsy t 4 p.m. for
. .. UI'
I I.JSa. II" itjr.Ti r . I Jin
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL GliOTHS,
MATTINGS, LA.CE, CUllTAINS, .
You find at
F. W, EOSJNTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
kkw Ditopfl applied to tho nurfaoo will Penetrate to the very Bone,
mid almost Instantly RELIEVI PAIN! It will not Boil Clothlnir.
nor diaoolor the Skin, or leave
Iim no KfiTAi.fnrUm Cnreof Rheumatism, Sprain. Bruin.
Stiff Joints), Neuralgia Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
Sore Throat, Pains In the Limbs orlu any part of the (System
and la equally cltlcacioiuTor all pains In thft Stomaoh and Bowels,
requiring a powerlul dlfliinlve wlmulaiit. bco Mm!i s Almanac
Ask your Druggist (or It. l'rlco 60 cU
I'reparcd only by JACOB S. MERRILL,
Vnioleanlo Pmtrtrltit. 8T. LOUIS, MO
After a Rainy Kirte a Country I'll) si-
clan Tells What He -Thinks or
"I v.' let) to graclons tome people would learn
when they need a doctor and when they don't,"
exclaimed Doctor K , aa he entered hit house
In a cosuy little village In the Interior of the State
of Kew York, after a tedious night ride for many
miles. I have oeen down among the monutulnt to
sue a mau, who the meaienger said, was very sick.
and not likely to live 'till morning, uu'ess he had
Iraro'dlaH help; and fonnd him nifferltig from a
rattier sharp attack of colic, which bis family
m!(,'ht have relieved In ten mlbntee, If they had a
grain of sense and two or three simple remedies In
tbe house. But no; they must remain Unorunt aa
pips, and when the least acbe or pain take! thein,
send for s doctor, whether they ever pny Li in or
"Why, Due I or. what kiud of simple remedies, as
you cal them, do yon expect people to keep lu the
houseV iiked bia wllu, as she soured him a cup
of hot tea.
"In this case," snswored the Urn tor, "If they
had only put a BENSON'S C'APCl.NK POHOUS
PLAdTEIton the mnu's stomach, he would have
been all rltht lu an hour, and saved me a dreary
In all ordinary cuinplaluH It ci.res at oncu.
All dlHcates are eliminated from thu sy-tem by
what may be roughly called expitlxlon or extrac
tion, or by a nnlon ot the two prec is. Sea
son's Plaster promote both. It Indies the torpid
orgatis to act, and aonds lu healltig, Hoolhiugtn
fl'ience tbroiigh the myriad porcn of the skin, All
other plasters obllao the patient to wail. They
give him hope for to-tuoirow. lleusou'a planter
give him help today. Which la better, 1I0 you
think T liny tlu t'APCINK aud keep It tu the
house. Pries 25 rents.
Senhtiry S Johnson ( hemlrtf(. New Y rk. .
mm ptool, iiooK,
CtWkt r an Id
CHAPEL ORGAN, $70.
DrciiHsoN h Co., li
WestlllhKt. . Y.
"I "V Il( riV"'1' ,l,e 18 iW,,'ll,lK by, k
I Il 'vi I I 'iinrl dare belure yen die, sonn,
l llil I tblni! nili;bly and s .hlitno
I II Ijkl I leave behind toeotiquertimu."
-" IM a week ill j our own town
Klvu Dollar outfit Ire. No
risk. Everything now. I'apltal not required. Wc
will furnish you everything Many uro ninkliiK
fiirtiiuea. I, allies make aa much aa men and Uiya
and girls mike threat pay Keuder, if )nti want
liiiainrsH at which you run make great pay all tho
time,, wit for pariicu.iri toll II VM.K'l'l' A CO
fll? SU Charles Btroet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A I'ruiilar Oriutuuts) of two liierllciil
rolli'm--., has heen imiuer eiiKnired In the treat
ment nf t 'liroulo. Nervous, Hltln mut
Xtloo.l IMseanes than auv oilier iiIivhIi'Iiiii ill
tit. Lou In, aa city pat is Uw nnd all old resl
ileiiia know. Consiilliilton . t iillieiuir by mini,
fVepaiiil Invited. A I'rii'iiillv lull, or Ills opinion
roals iiothliitr. When It Isliir'inveiilent tovl.lt
the elty .or treatment, meilieliies can lie sent
by mall or expreta -verv here. Cnriilile ran-s
tniiiraiiteed: where doiibt exluts U in Itiilikly
stated. Call or Write.
Norvoun Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Phyalcal Weakntaa, Mercurial and othnr
affections, of Throat,Skin and Botms, Bloorl
Impuriti and Blood PwnnWnjIflV.
tlonii, Old Sorci ard Plcora, Ircpdlm"gtlto '
Marriage. Rheumatlum, Piles. Special
attention to cmos from ovor-worltod Prtj
SURGICAL CASES recoive gpeoial attontion.
Diseasoi arising from Imprudences, Exoesaei, ,
Indulgoaci or Exposures. k
It Is self-nvldenl Hint a physician tmyliiK
partleular attention t a rlu of rases hltalns
lirent hklll, anil plivsieinns In reuiilar pmellen
all over the count rf knowing Ihla, rriMii"iilly ...
reroimneiiil ruies In I lie olilil lllee In America,
wher uvurv knowu appliance 1 remrK'd to,
and the pioveil unnil i,niillt of nil
aires sud "unti les are itwtl. A whole lioiisa Is ,
used furnlllen purt'ii'i'., ami all are treated lib
skill In a resiieclfiil unimicrl and, kiiowluii '
what lo do. no cM'crl uienlMii e made, On ac
count of I lie ureal iiuailief apply lliu. Ilia v
rliarirea are kept ln. often lower than In
diauied tiv niner It u iire the akPl
and vet a i,'cih mid n i iecl lil eiiiv, that la
Ilia Impnrlaut 'mailer. J'ainphlel, m pagut ,
sent lo any a.ldiesa free.
fB$h. MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pffi I
. Klaanul elntb and till blndliiK, Braird for 50
rents In Hiur t cui-reiiey. Over flfty won '
iter Hi I pen pieiiin's, Uuu tu life, articles on the ,
follow Ins ulii ei , Who mny marry, who not;
wh) t rriiper aiji' toniarry. Who marry Irak ,
ilanhood, Wouiaiiiiood. Phvalrsl derav, Who
Ihould uiar.v. lliiwllfr and happlnas" may lie
nereased. Tboss tn.itrled or enntamiilallns 1
marrying should read It. 1 1 oimlil lo be read ,
Cy all adult iierions, thes kept mtdir lock snd-'
ey. l'opulur edltloti. same asaliova, but paia'r ,
rover and log p,ms. U cvuts by mull, lu uumMT -rpsstaas.
t : ; -t r
A imwiTiul jreiaralioii coin
ioscd mostly of Ksscntlal Oils
riio most ponfitratlnB Liniment
known. Ho cnnrontnitpri f.h;ir n
disaurpcahle enVots of anv kind. It
Ilernled Kplr.'ifiiin expieasml In language that ran
he iinduMciod ; li e proiupleat, fullest and mo't ac
cural inii'lligence nf whatever In th wide world Is
worth atte linn That is what evrvliody la sure
toiimlin any edit om of TDK HUN. hnbscrtptlon:
!aiit (1 liagesl, hv mull r a month, or fn SO
MNUiV it) page.;, ll.Ajper year; WauLT
t8 pngc', tl.tsippr year.
I. vs. K ui.ANW. fuhllKhnr, New Y rkt lty.
DIVOUCKS. No pu'iltrity; resiiienta of any
KtHle. Ui'SNertlou. Non bnpport. Advice and
aipliiatleua Ir ntlmp. W. 11. LEE, Att'y, JR19
liri.adws, N. Y.
Vf"E will rnv thi sV.v rrwtrd fnr in tftitof Llw Com pi i to l'
Dypptta, hi. tt H.xubu.hi,liir1liliiioC1Urtio orCiivn
w csiuotcur wltli Wii'i Vr)vntl Utr nilt. wbn tbt ditto
llonitro ttrtvlly eumpiWJ with. 1 Key art purtljr vrtabl. ko4
nevr CjI! to at utlittctlnrt. Hww Coated. l.r(t boxti, itlo
UuuiuK ft pilfA mat i, Fr il by til drumtiw. H.wwt ot
cmjntrrffiti Rtxl ImiUti'itii. Tti rnitri4i nitni'iVtuml only by
JoHN C. WuST A CO., 1H A I W. MMlitou 84., Cblctffft,
Frtt tnJ m.na(; Mrtit l- mail rrp.U iu ty t t lnnf finifi -
Heolfii is Wealth !
l)n K. Wknt's Neutk and Hbain Thkat.
sie.NT, a mmrtntwd t-peeitin for llyatoria, DizzU
ntBS, t'onviilsioiiM, l'lta, Nervous NeiirnlRia, 1
lleadiiclio. Norrnna Prostrntion chubo1 by the lies
of nlerilmi or tolmeeo, WHkeftilneea, Jlleiitl l)e
praaaimi. Soften intf of tho llrain riwulting in in
anility ami leading t" miwry, dway ana death,
PreniBtiiro Old A(jo, Iterrorineas, Uma of power,
in oiilinr mi. Involuntary 1wnee ami Hjiormat
orrhu'H cuusinl by ovnr-exertion of tbe brain, self
nbtimnr nvor-iudiilireruio. riieh box contuina
onemnntb's t rent men U fl.Ola box.oreix boxes
for f'i.li, sent by mail prepaid on receiptor price.
U: .l AHWTKK HIX 1IOXKH
To rum any cuao. With each order rooeived byns
fur six boxim. HC:oiniinieil Willi wo will
aond tb purchiiHor our written ruiiranUHJ to re
fund tho mutiey if tlio treatment does not eflocl
a cure. UuHi-untece iseuud only by
HARRY W. SOIIUII.
DmtiKlst. Cor, Commercial avu. A iHth St.. Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tbs Howard (Ulvanieghlald
lo and MoRiiatlo Alpll
aa and Oarmants ara a
s cura (or NarTousDahil-
Urnlo, Waak Uark, Kid
r, Liter, aad Htomacri
npUinta, and arsadapW
U) hlTUKH Hkx. Thsaa
very latflaS Irn-
rrorad, and so.
from baits and all
othnra, aa tbsy
auids, eaasins oo
snrw, nor Irrita
tion nftbe aklo
can be worn at
work as woll as
rrat onlr notlDa
ahla to wears-,
ant stages o( all
Is of lieaellt. Thoaa for MEN ONLY at one raaob
tha swit ol dlseuae, as tbey act d Intel upon Narmus,
Muscular, and (lenenill-a Oantars, siiMMllly Mtorlna
tha -lullty-wbluh is KlBotrlcity drulnwl from thasrs
tam hy scasa or Indlscratlons, thny thus In a nutural
way ovHrcnnia tha waakoesa without druwring tba atom'
neh. Thay will eura avary ensa short of structural da
Kftoeratioo, and wa ara praimrad to furnlsb tbe most
smi'hntio and ahwluta proof to support our claims.
Illnstrstd I'nmpblel Free.or aant sanlnd for 6o poetaaa,
CoaiultJtloa I AMIRICAN OALVANIO OO.
fries Isvttel t 3 1 2 N. 0th St., St. Louis, M"
Noueozono, (now Norvit-I.lfo, Htrcim'tli und
Vlnon is ,i p(i-,ilvo resinriitlvft forlbo Loss of
Miinlv Vigor In Young, Middle-Aged and
Old Men, no mill tor from vt lint cuitao. lu Ner
vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotcnoy,
Seminal Weakness, unit kindred ailments,
this St indard Remedy in ftcertuin cure.and
In nil .Hiielt millet ei H, who send a statement ot
llicir It'oiihb'M, H iiiuntitv anlllelpiit to provo Its
virtue will bo sent Free of Cost. Address,
. JNEUROZONE MEDICAL COj
P.O. Box 2494. It. Louis, MOs
' JOHNSON'S ANOOYNI LINIMINT "
BoatUnly prevent this terrltilellaaaM, snd will P"l
imiyeuranhie caaca out of ten. Infomatli'n tha
will aarsmanv Urea, acni'rnit lor niall. I'en'tdelsra
moment. rrrvt'nMon laliettcrtnaiiciire. L S,joitJi'
BuN ftV, MOKTDV. MASH., formerly naiiia,T.
LaTrauK' l'l iiuitlfa lius uk uew Men blowV
fK pass -v A week made at lnune tiy hs indite
(J J r7 W I tHona, Ileal business now before the)
li luhllo, fapllal nut needed. Wei
Fll I ' Zjwlll atnrt you. Man, women, boys
Hf and ulrls wanted evcrywhsie to work
for ua, Now Is tha time. Ton can
work In sprtu thus, or nlve vour whole time to the
bus nu. No other business will pay you nearly
as well.. Nooneusn fall to mass escrrooss pay,
by uuuajtoliK at ones. Costly oat 41 and tsrma fras
Moner mad fast, easily, and sjoaorabl. Addrssa
TKWS CO.. AnjtusU, mame.
I J I
'.'vial i anAU.