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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1S83.
A NOTED HUT CNTITLKIa WO 31AM.
from U Bontoo Oloo.
ttrt, tditort s
The abav. li e good llkeneex or Ur. Lydla K Pink
bam, of Lyna, Kin.) who abort all uthw human balmr
Buy to truthfully called the "Dear friend of Woman,"
aa wm of hot correspondent lore to call her. Bha
b eealouiily devoted to hr work, which la the outcome
ot a llfeatudy, and la obliged to kep lx lady
caalatanta, to help bar anawerthe large eornapondeDoa
which dally pour In upon her, each bearing Ita special
burden of suffering, or Joy at re laaaa from U. Bar
Vegetable Coropouna la a medicine for good and not
Ml parpofaa I bare peraonally InruaUgatad U and .
m satisfied of the truth of thli.
On account of Ua proven merit, It la recommended
and prescribed by the beat physician In the country.
One rayat "It work Uka a charm and aavei muck
pain. It will cure entirely the wont form of falling
of the ntrrai, Leuoorraie, liTegular and painful
ktenatmatlon,aU OvarUn Troubles, Inflammation and
Cloaratton, Flooding, all DUpbvenirnt and the con
sequent spinal waaknwa, and la especially adapted to
the Change of Ufa."
It pannaatet every purtlun of the ayatem, and glvat
ew life and rltr r. It renjoree faint nana, flatulency,
destroys alj craving for atimuUnU, and relieVaa weak..
Beaa of the stomach. It curua Bloating, Hndacliea,
Herroua rroatratlon. Genual Debility, Uuepluasnea,
Dapreaalonandlndlgtvtlon. That feeling of bearing
down,causljig pain, weight and backache, la alwaya
permanently cured by Ita une. It will at all tlnve, and
under all circumstances, art In harmony with the law
that govern! tho eniale system.
It oona only ti.fcr Lottie or all for $.1., and la told by
the names of many who have been restored to perfect
health by t'-e .iseof tba Vigetalla Componnd, can be
obtained b aJdrtasljw lira, I'., with stamp for reply,
at her homo In Lynn, Unm.
lot Kidney Complaint of Hthr sex this compound la
Inaurpeatod aa abundant Uatlmonlali ahuw.
Hrt nnkluunaMvorniilnuya one writer, "are
the bat in tk4 vwld tit tha cure of Constipation,
Blllouantaa and Torpidity ot tha liver. Her Blood
Purifier worka wooden In Ita apo'lal line and Uda fair
to aqual the Compound In 1U popularity.
All muat respect her u an Angel of Merry whoae aola
ambition la to do good to others,
rhikvlaUOda, Fa. CO Unta.il. a
Hop Bitters arc tlie I'lifcst aul Best
Hitter ever MiWto.
Tliey are cmnpnuwltyj from JIb, Malt,
Uuclui, Maiiuraku and l)iinleloin the old
est, bent, and most vnluslile medicines
in the woridaml contain all the bunt aud
most curitive properties of all other rem
edies, iH'ine the L'reatest liuxid ruriuer,
Liver Itt't'ulitor, and Life nml Health Ue-
storing Ageut on earth. No disease or ill
health ctu I'osailily ItjnL' exist where those
Bitters a'u used, s.i varied and pcrttct are
They L'ive rew life and vigor to the aged
and infirm. To ad whose employments
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organs, or require an apetiztr, Touic and
mild Stimulant Hop Bitters are invaluable,
bein highly curative, tonic and stimula
ting, without intoxicating.
o matter whnt yonr feelings or symp
toms are, what the disease or ailment I"
use Hop Ditteis. I) n't wait until you
ere sick, but if you only feel bad
or miserable. uae Hot) Bitters at
once. It may save your life,
Hundreds have been saved by go doing.
t)00 will be paid fops case they will not
cure or help.
Do not suffer or l-t your friends suffer,
but use and unrc them to use Hop Bitters.
Remember lion Bitters is no vile,dru"Red
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and
Best Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should bo without them. Try the Bitters
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of thapresgnt generation. It 13 for the
Dure of this disease andlts attendants,
1 C RVHB AD A CH E, BILIOITBWESS. D fS
t IP8LA. CONSTIPATION, PILES, eto., that
f tTTT'8 PILLS have gained a worfd-wtde
reputation. Ko Kemedytas ever beea
aicovercdtEar acts so gently on the
digestive organs, giving them vigor to aa.
imilatejtood. Aa a paturaTTesnlt, the
itreTBeveloped, and the Body foibust.
ClilHes and Perer.
I. RIVAL, a Plantar at Bayou Bara, La., aaya !
Hj plantation la In a malarial dlatrtot, For
vera! year. I could not make half a crop on
aooount of bllloua dlaaaaaa and ohllla. I waa
Dearly dlacouraged when I began tho oaa of
TUTT'B PILLS. Tba reault waa marvelous:
ay laborer aoon beoarne hearty and robust,
and I nave bad no further trouble.
Tho ralltw that mmarwd LI rer, Floauua)
tb Blood rrom pnlaoiwu bo mora, auaal
raue tho bowrle to art natormlly, mtk
nt which no one ran fvl wrll.
Try thlarernedy fairly, and yaa will ralai
almtlth.v llgoetlon, VI go roue Boa. Port)
Rlood, Mronf Siervea, and Hound Liver.
Hoo.ua tenia. 01Bi.MMnrrayatn.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ray Haib ,it Wrnsitfciui changed tnaOriwv
laiik by a alngle appllcBtlon of thla Dvk. It
iparla a nntuml color, anil nets Inatantanenualy.
Hold bv Dnigglsui, oraeut by eipretts on receipt
Offioe, 88 Murray Street, New York,
(Dr. TI TVM 91 AXI AL of VUumhl
information and I'aewl Keeelpra I
rail ba matted SME1 ) airpltoaWoea.
A New and uompiete Hotel, fronting on Uve
Second and Railroad tureen,
. ' . Cairo. Illinois.
ri,.. P.aonner Di-not of t&e ChlCo, Ht. I.OlllS
aril .tewOrleana: Illlnota Centrsli VVahanh, Ht.
i ..hi. vnii! imn Mountain and Hnnlhern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and 8t. Louis Railways
are all Jimt acroaa the at roet; while the Steamboat
Landing la tnt one sanare distant.
iri.ii n.i i. huaiud h ateam. hat atnan
. Laundry, Ibdraullo Eleva.or, Blectric Call Bell.
AUtoniatie t ire-Aiarm, vnu ...
portectaewerage and toropletu sppoimmonts.
Hni.erh rnraiahlnaa: oorfeet lemeai and an no
I P. PARUHK Al (10.JLnwiaj
llliw THE GREAT
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Birkache, Hoadacht, Toothache,
Nore Throat. Mnellhiga. Ntriilna, llrulara,
turna. Ni-nlla. Croat It I Ira.
1MI AI.I. irlMKH IKHlll.t I'tINN AMI AIIII.S.
Soli hj bruKt.i I ltt'HitMi("iviih.f. Kit i jr DriiLia bottle.
Iilru'ilom In II l.iiiciiait1
THKt II AIII K" A. VOt't l.l'.K CO
ijiu") lllwrv. Md.. I.e. A
The Daily liulletin.
B:hcting Wall P&pir
Tho tinio is ut li.'iii'l to select wall
piijit'r for such rooiiij as uru to bo im
irovod tliiMSirinr. ThescliiclioiHbhoulil
not be left to liusliuiiils, who lutve no
taste in such niiitU-rs, Imt the wife shoiihl
tako two of her f ricmls uixl timk u tour
of tho city. Thcro tiniht be nothing
rash or liastv ulxnit it. The object is to
heitutify ami secure luirniony.
J here shoiilil alwuvH he ill leat tlireo
liulieH in the tiurty who are select in;',
ami what pleases one sliouM not pleaso
another. This will oblige the dealer to
tlisplay every sanile, ami make him
feel good. lie-in with paper at per
roll anil run down the scale to paper at
seven cents per roll. If yon start in thn
other way tho dealer will take you for
tho wife of a millionaire, i tie follow
iir X replies should be used as the respec
tive sample? are displayed:
1 "li) ilark.
2 "Too light."
3 "No harmony of colors."
4 "Docsu't seem to blend."
5 "Wends too much."
C "Won't match the carpet."
7 "No sentiment in that.
8 "Too small pattern."
Never buv a roll of wall-paper on
your tirst visit to the store. Paper deal
ers are subject to heart disease, and a
sudden shock might prove fatal. After
you have examined and criticised and
figured and estimated and attempted to
beat hira down tell him you will call
Then go to tho next and repeat the
programme. After lie lias snown you
seventy-five or eighty samples he may
begin to Hag, but vou must insist upon
seeing all, and be sure to inquire if he
can't reduce the price of liftv cent rolls
to liftcen cents and do the hanging for
A lady of experience and persistency
can begin selecting wall-paper aooui
the 15th of March and keep it up for six
or eight weeks before In-ing compelled
to acknowledge that she wants only three
cheap rolls for a dark lcd-rooin and
will try to hang it herself, raper stores
are clean pleasant places, the clerks civil
and patient, and the lady who rashly
and hastily falls in love with the iWTtlt
pattern shown her will be set down as a
person without wealth or taste.
The effort that gave S. S. Cnx his sou
briquet is as follows:
hat a peculiar sunset was that of last
night! How glorious the storm and
how splendid the setting the sun! We
do not remember ec to have seen the
like on our round globe. The scene
opened in thewe-t wim a wnoie non.on
full of a golden inierpenetrating luster
which colored tin-foliage ami bngolcned
..... .. i .i.i .
every object into its own oyes. jne
color eivw deeper and richer, until tho
"oldcu luster was traiofiincd into a
. .... ... ......
storm-cloud, full of hnest lightning,
which leaped in dM.ling zigzags all
over and around the cily. Tin; wind
arose with fury, the slender shrubs and
giant trees made oheiane; to ils inajes-
iv. some even snapped heiore ns ioree.
The strawberry beds and grass plats
'turned un their whites'' to see eiih-
vrus march bv. .s ine nun came ami
. ... . ,
Lho pools, and the gutters hurried away,
thunder roared grandly and the lire
bells caught the excitement and rang
with hearty chorus. The south and cast
received the copious showers, aud the
west all at once briirhlened up in a long,
polished belt of azure, worlhy of a Sicil
ian SKN .
Presently a cloud appeared in tho
azure belt in tho form of a castellated
city. It became more vivid, revealing
strancre forms of peerless fanes and tt 1 n-
haster temp es and srlones rare ami
rranrt in this mundane sphere. It n:
minded us of WiuUworth a splendid
verse in his "Excursion" :
The appearance Instantaneously dlsulosed
Wits of a mighty city, IxiMly any
A wllderneHM ol liiilliliinrs Hlukinir fur
And si'lf wlllirlniwn Into a wondrous depth,
Fur sinking Into splendnr witlmtit end,
Hut tho city vanished only to give
place to another isle, where the most
beautiful forms of foliage appeared, im
aging a paradis.) in the distant and
The sun. wearied of the elemental
commotion sank behind tho green plains
of the west. The "great eye in heaven."
however, went not down without a dark
brow hanging over its departing light.
Tho rich flush of unearthly light had
passed and the rain had censed, when
tho solemn church bells pealed, the
laughter of children rang out joyous,
after the storm is heard, with the carol
of birds, while the dark and purple
weapon of the skies still dartod illumina
tion around the starling college, trying
to rival its angles and leap into its dark
The last of tho four onormous war
ships built for the Italian navy hu just
been completed. Tho names of these
vessels are (In tho order of their con
struction) the Dandulo, the Duilio, tho
Italia, and the Lenanto. It is said that
any one of . the four "is a match for a
wholo foreign Hoot." Tho Inflexible,
tho most powerful vessel of the British
Davy, would be completely at the mercy
of the Lo pan to, whose guns can readily
pierca twenty-four inches of armor,
while her own armor, thirty-six inches
in thickness, will resist the shot of a
100-ton gun, as shown bv the rocent ex
porimenU ht Spfzla. The Lenanto car
tie four 100-ton guns.
W. F. IiAUhdik, river editor ol i'a Mum.itik
and aleamlioat paaaenirar ai(nDt. Orders fur all
klmlaof iteanhiiat Job pruning aollrltail. Office
at Bower's Kuropean Hotel. No. 7t Ohio levee.
HI V Kit ITEMS.
The Bilvcr Cloud from Paducah will re
port hero at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
It. It. and leave mi her return trip nt 4 :30
Mitts Anna B. Turner, tho accomplished
daughter of Capt. W.J. Turner, of Hick
man, Ky., left for homo yesterday after a
short hut pleasant visit. Mies Anna was
the guest of Mrs. John Hill, of this city.
Yesterday was a terrible, ugty and disa
greeable day. It rained - nearly all of the
forenoon, hut notwithstanding the inclem
ency, it did not Heem to interfere witn
crowds that thronged the streets oi our
city all day going through the rain and
slush with interesting impunity. Many
who started from their homes with the
view of attending tho decoration of soldiers
graves at tho National cemetery near Mound
City, never went near, owing to the rough
Tho City of Vicksbur' passed up for St.
Louis last night.
The Silver Cloud was largely patronized
yesterday by the colored as well as white
people, who came down to tho Decoration
nt Mound City. Some forty or fifty from
Pa lueah were on board, but they all came
to Ca;ro, none stopped off at Mound City.
The Cloud had least 250 people on board.
The J. II. Ilillman will lcavo here for
Nashville this morning at 10 o'clock. Capt.
fnm Gallifjher master.
The Hudson from St. Louis is due to
night for Paducah and Shawnvetowo.
The fine steumcr Charles Morgan, of the
Southern Transportation line, is due to-day
for New Orleans. Capt. Harry Stein com
mands. The City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
is due to-night. She leaves to-morrow
morning for New Orleans.
The Cons. Millar is due this evening for
Cincinnati. Cant. J. S. Moore on the roof
and Jim Voris in the office. W. F. Lamb-
din, Passenger Agent, will furnish tickets
to passcDgers at low rates.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati passed
down for Memphis early yesterday morning
irbe received 200 bbls. flour and got a lot of
miscellaneous freight besides 10 cabin pas
The U. P. Schenck from Cincinnati passed
up last night with a fair trip.
The WillS. Hays left Cincinnati Tuesday
for New Orleans and is holding back for
the Morgan. She will report here Satur
The river marked by the KauK at this
port yesterday 4 p. ra 32 feet 3 inches and
stationery with indications of a rise.
The Ella Kimbrough got off for New
Madrid yesterday morning ht 10 .cluck.
She is due on her return trip to-niht.
The Commonwealth leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The City of Arkansas from St. Louis
passed down for Vicksburg last niijlit.
Capt. W. J. Turner passed through the
city yesterday for St. Louis", where he goes
I had severe attacks ot gravel and kid
ney trouble; was unable to get a medicine
or doctor to cure me until I used Hop Bit
ters and they cured me in a short time.
A Distinguished Lawyeu op Wayne Co,
a Tap-Tins Off.
"I don't feel well, doctor," explained
the tall man, who looked a littlo pale.
"I think something's gone wrong with
my innards or my head,"
"1 guess it's only the Spring fever,"
smiled the doctor. "I don't think there's
much out of the way with you. Where
do you feel badly?"
"In my stomick," replied the tall
man, somewhat reassured by the doe
tor's manner. "And I'm pretty ner
vous. Have been ever sineo I como
"Where do vou belong?" asked the
doctor, examining the patient's tongue.
"I come from Mountana," said the
"Do you smoke?"
"I was a powerful smoker, but they
told mo to oiiit, and so I knocked off a
month ago. '
"I think that's where tho trouble is.
I was well onto that habit, but the doc
tor tolk mo I'd got to give it up, and
I've been breaking off gradually."
"Couldn't you givo it up all at once?"
asked tho doctor, gravely.
"They told mo I'd better not. Said
it might kill me, so I've been tapering
off, and I thiuk I am tapering too fast.
If I drank more it would bo better for
"How much do you drink now?"
."Yesterdav I lutd a quart of vitriol
and to-day I've stowed about a pint of
pru.asie acid. Perhaps I ought to take
"dreat heaven, man, what do you
tako that forP" demanded the almost
"Why, you see, I'm tapering off from
Mounlanii whisky, and them was the
lightest 1 could find. What'd you ex
pect a man to tako, poison?"
And when ho went away lie wasn't
half ns nervous as tho doctor he left be
Newfoundland has a groat future
before her, in the opinion of an Englbm
traveler. Contrary to t ho general opin
ion, the climate Is salubrious. It nun
cries yield 14,600,000 a year, and its
mines produce 45,000 tons of copper an
nually. Including the inhabitants of the
coast of Labrador, ita present popula
tion U 190,000, of which 60,000 art n
g aged in the fiulriea.
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mosouitnea. in now onen
for the season. Three never-failine
Springs of coldest water whoso medical
qualities have stood tho test of
moro than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, servo a
different purpose in bringing strength to
tho feeble and health to tho sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
feet high, jutting out here and there in
fantastic idmpes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to lone and dullirhtful ramblea of
which ouo forgets to become weary.
AN AUTIKIC1AL LAKE
for boating aud fibbing has been added
to the natural scenery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whose base tho water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slope from the hills, the whhle
covering several acres of ground.
"No. P the "Iron Spring"hiu properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for miliaria.
"No. 8" thc"Mdgneaia,"i8a never failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
the best service as a wash for ciuptions or
disease of the ekin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted; the beds are furnished with mattresses
ami springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room ia large and airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a first class steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at $8 00 pxr
week; children under 12 years, second or
separate table, half price.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
breakfast at home or at Vienna and arrive
at the Springs in time for dinner; fare
across by hack 75 cents or by private con
veyance for three or more 75cts. to fl.OO,
trunkB extra. J. E. Lemen, Prop.
P. O.Allen Springs, III.
Tti Une paatenger and freight iteamer
Leaves Cairo ivory Monday,
Friday morning at 9 o'clock foi
or New lladrlil aud
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet
The elegant and palatial ateamer
B. S. RHEA,
J. 9. TYNJIR Muster
UIU.Y HCUBTOX Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Monday at i p. m. for Nash
Nashville, Paducah Ac Cairo U. S.
W. H. CHERRY,
PIN'K DUES Master
JOLLY HAND - Clerk.
Leaven this port every Wednesday at4 p. ni. for
JAI. R. SMITH.
IUBB1IT a. BMITU.
Grand Central Store.
CAIKO. - - ILL.
not, life ia aweonmz by, so
land dare belore yea die, sunn.
tbing mighty and etihlime
leave Deblnd to conquer lima."
Iil6 a week in your own town.
Five Dollar ontftt fret. No
risk. Everything now. Capital not required. We
will furnish yon everything. Many arc making
fortune. Ladles make a much aa men, and boys
ami glrlamako. great pay Header, If you want
Inialnoaa at which you can make great pay all the
time, wrllo for particulars to II. llALLhi'l' A CO
JOHNSON'S ANODYNI LINIMINT l
poaltlvely prevent thla ti-rrlhledliwaiw, and will pout
tlvaly eura nine nuiea nut nf ten. Informatlrn that
will nav. many Utiw, w nt f run hy mall. Dnn't delay a
mrnnont. lrnwntlnn Is Iwltertnancur.. I. H. JOilH
BON CO., IH w TON. MASH., formerly n!Ki, M.
I W riaaoag ITiuATtrji liua niaka new rtcb blow
ff fam - A week made at Home hy 'hu Indus
Ul W I trloua. Best liualni'ia now liefra the
2IK Capital uol needed. Wo
flu I "l ,rt you. Men, women, hoyi
it and Rlrl wanted evcrywhoni to work
for ua, Now Is tha time. Yon can
work In iprre time, or give yonr whole time to the
biialnos. No other business will pay you nearly
as well Noonananfalltomako nnormoua pay,
hyrugagelngatonce. Costly outfit and trims fren
Money made fast, easily, and honorably. Address
TKUE A CO., Aairusta.niamn.
prnplenreaiwajaou the look
mil for chance lo Increase
their eat nliiL', and In time
bcciiwe weallliyi those wno
do not Impr.ive ih Iroppor-
ftnltlaa ri'maln In povrtv.
We offer Rrnt chance to makn money, "'n want
many men, woman, hnva and trlrla to work lor n
right) jthiilrowo localitiea Anyoneran do ih
wink properly frntn the Arat atart. The hua.ness
will pay more than Un timet ordinary wagua hi
tienaiveoniat furnished lre. No ono who enitsea
ral to make money ; rapidly. Yon ess dnvi.te
your whole time to ihe work, or only yonr apare
momenta, fall Information and all that l needed
teutfroe. Address ttTlNBON ;0.f otllaod , Mo
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
IT7 11TTV AT1T f T I T
F. W. EOSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
few drops applied to tho surface will Penetrate to the vera Bona,
md almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing,
A i n. .k. 01.1m am 1 n ti,-nr..-n..i ,. ... .... I. ... .1 1 .
lia.aKQK.QCi.fnrtlie Core of
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lazne Back, Cramp, TootU-Ache.
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limbs urln any part of the System.
inn is equally eiurai'iniit tor uu pins in un Btomacn ana uowois,
requiring a powerful diffusive stimulant. Soo MerrHI' Almsnnn.
Ask your DniRKlst for It. l'rleo
ITeporiid only ly JACOB S.
UUH..IIIT "ssi"n j
A MONTH and HOARD for Mireu llvo
Y"une n en or ladit-a In tach cnuu v. Ad-
drees I'. W. Zieglur fe CO , CIiIchuo, 111.
RK YOU OOINU TO I)UILI) Co-op.mtivi
Pluna rtf Tl i kiiHi'B lupi... mirl mull Mnul it.nili.rri
dealgiia, by akilkd, cxpnrtunrad arrbiicria, with
ipecillcatlotia complete, from $"i tinwariln. Send 10
it-nia fur explanaiioua. illuairatcd i'amph ei.
r l.NC'll fc UU.,7 W arren M, New lork.
M A 1M T . IMTT1LV' F11IB
11 XV IAU llix. I 111 I'J T w i . kLII.
By BDWAKD 811 ITEn. Medical lllr.trlur I'. S
N. A Thrillinif Pictor ill Utaiory of the W.irld's
Kri-atHea rlEhtu, with .oclmnn or Naval Archi
tecture of all aitea. A rr.nrd t Wuudcrful Kx
tiluiK more iiilt'rcatliig than fl. thin P. ire only
I. II aelia everywhere. AUKNTS maku lim.' 0
per mouth. Ailrtrera
j. v, mcuukux & i o ., c'Rir.ai), in.
HIS LIFK asn CH UA TKU ByC. Kdward l.iml
er. author of "The Glory and Shame of Eugand;"
'be Napoleon Dynaaty, etc Illiiclrateil. l'a-
er. HI ccuta; cloth, ia Ci'lit-: lla'f Kiiania, :iS centH.
Joatai;t aiampi taken. Not auld hv ilealera;
pricea too low. AIho the followini:, laiiM lyim.
Life of Ale. Tf Jitcplienx, - 10c , 2r'C
Lire of Waabingtn Irving, bv Stoddard, -Life
of Sir 'aaur Newlon, hy Carton.
Kip Van Winkle, by Waahlnetos lrymir.
liurulnuof Koine, hy C'anuu Karrnr,
American uumo lair Artrmua w tun, . .
Kuoch A dn, by Alfred Tennyann,
Deaerled Vlllayii.The Traveler, OoMamlth,
('otter' Saturday lyht, etc., Kobert Hurua,
Bchllar a honi: ol the Itel', mo other fiiem
Tha Hea Burpeutaof Science. Andrew W llaitD, 'ic
World-stmaahlnK, by W. Mattlcn Willliimn, tic
JOHN B. ALDUS, PuMlnhor, 18 Vecv St. N. Y.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Eta boan n;i intly aud Batlnfactotily proven
that It hxi.u u:nunt iix)rfluoua to aay anything
more In their favor. The Immense and constantly
Increaatnir demand for tlieiu, both in Una and f oreljra
oountrloa, la the lwt eviiloin uf their valua Their
sale to-day In the United Btatea la far greater than
any other catlurUo medlclno. This duunmd Is
Dot spasmodic, it la rcxular aud utotuly. ft 1 not
of today or yesterday, It la aniocroaiwthathaalmni
steadily growliiK 'or tho lat thirty -Ave years. What
are the reaaona for this great and in-owing demand f
Dr. Hrhenrk'a Mnmlrnke PlllNcnntaln no mar
oury, and yet they art with wonderful effect uimu
the liver. TbeycleaiiKfl the stxmsch and bowels of
all Irrltatlnir matter, wbieh, If all ivvod to remain,
polannathe bloml, and brink's on Miliaria. ('lulls ami
Fever, and many rubor dlecuwis. They give beultli
and atrenirtli to the digestive orvnna They create
appetite and trive vlimr t tha whole systoni. They
are in fact tho medicine of all other which should
betaken Intimnallkotlm prewnt, when malarial and
Other epidiituica are ratrinir, aa they prearo the aya.
tuui to rtwiHt attacks of dlHeato of every character.
Pr. Ncbenck'a Mnndrnkc IMIU are sold by all
dnnririeta at 2.r. per box, or sent by mail, poetiwld.
on reoelt of price.
Dr, HchencU'a Ilnok on Conauniptinii, I.lv
rr Complaint and IMxpepHin, in EiiKUsh or
German, la sent free to all. Adilrem Dr. J. II.
HC'IIENCK oV SON, 1'hllHilelphla. I'a.
ROSEWOOD 71 Oar. PI A
witn rT(L, iiimik,
llPRIGHr lOcfc I'laun.
4IO f"r " 18
RHaPEL OHGAN, 70.
lUrKiMKoW A Co., Ill
Wctlllh Bt. fJ.'Y.
AND LACK VITAL ENERCY?
1 he Howard (laivnoir nniain
nml our ether l.lm-tri)lil-viinicnml
Mnnmlki A I'II
HneHmtml (iHrnmnta urn a
It x. ramiysis, iinoumHiisRi
el Vital Eomr, (Wemork
wl brnlu, Wwik Duck, Kid-
nay, l.ivxr, ann Ktnmacn
' cnmplitluln, and are adapt
eu to r.iTHKii nr.x. ihkm
very lulent Im
nrnred. end an-
from twits ami all
othxr., a thny
acid., csaslna do
mrmi, .or Irrlta
cao be worn at
work aa wall aa
mat nnly nnflo.'
atila to WMirar
sUgea of all
li nf huaaHt.
i n.i inr MIN ONXiT at ooee raaen
tha KMit ol dine. m, ita they set dlraet upnn lou,
Maiiriiiar, anil tHnarallva fwnUira, eiMNKllly resmnotf
tha vlUllty whlrh la hlar.t rlcttx drained from the")
tan by .amiaa ot IndUcralloim, thay thus In a natural
way ovarooma tha wauknrwa without druifirln tba stom
ach. Thay will our .vary eaaa abort of structural d
seoaratloo. and w. ar. prepamf to furnish the mnat
empbaUe and abaaluta prool to anpport our elalaaa.
IliaatraMd l'amphlat rrwa.or sent saalad for 6o poataa.,
eoajulUUn m i AMCRIOAN O AkVANIO Op.
Im s Urttas f y t N. tr St., 9U Louis,"
I.. ( I
powerful (iruparatiou com
xiscj mostly of Kssentlal Oils
l lie most penetrating Unlment
known. Bo concentrated that a
Rheumatism. Sprain.. Braises,
50 cts per bnttlo V"
MERRELL, I Cj
Derided tfilnions expressed lu language that can
he uudi r-oiiixl; the promptest, fullest and most ac
cmat liitellU'i-iice of whatever tu lUu wide world ts
worth at le linn That is what, everybody la sore
to rind 1 any edit on ofTHKSUN. hobicrtptlon :
I'.Mir ilpHgns), hy mull, Mr, a month, or $A SO
a uu; m-mmV(H pages), $1. JO per year; Wbiklt
(K piii'eii Jl.iKlper year.
I W. K (il.ANl). l'uhllaher, Now Y rkClty.
jklVOItCKS.-No puhllr.lty; residents of any
a Hlale. Deaertion. Nun Snimnrt. Arlviea
anplliatiriis lor stomp.
w. li. LEE, Any,
iroauway, n . I.
Vf R will pv th KtHti rmtrrl (r nt rof Ltw Contptttnt
I tja i, Ki k H'-tiUrrMt, ln.(Ljtriti-n, Cntlllna or COfllvflovtj,
.Aiiultnrj with W!1! VjL-n-l IJnr ttltt, whrn tha dirt
llonit.ro ilrl' lljr fmnpiil wltti. Tliny tr iirdy TryfttliU, tjiil
nvaar fnii to jv-p iitrfHim, futfcr Coattd. Ijirit bit,rAS
UiDinc '' pitls, ti pfnti. Kwr hIi tty all dratitHtt. Bmr of
ruiiutri Irft. mi't itiiitAtli'Di, Tlil Hntilu nitnufaV turvil nnly hf
JOHN r. W r.ST A CO, 1M A Kl W. M.twn St., Chicf.
Im ItisJ iv nnt y luaiI t iavii u m.iiief t J vtDtiUuui.
KeaSfh is Wealth !
-Hit i:. ('. Wkht's Nkhvh AM) Biuim Thkat.
mknt, h giiiiranlmol ev'HMlin for Hyatwia, Ditzi.
nei,, CiiiivulHiona, Fita. Nervous NouralKia,
llHmlnrhe, Norvous ProstmtMincmtawl Ly the uas
iifHlonhnl or IiiIwik'ii, Wiikofttlneea, Mental Do
I'twHion, Hofloningof the Brain roaulting in in
annity Htnl li-iiilmw to mieery, ileiMiy mill death,
I'renmtiiiti Old Ak, Hiirrenneaa, Ijhb of power
in either , fnvulunlry Iahm nml BporniBf
orrhirn cniwool hyover-fxertion nf tho brum, self,
nlitiao or over-iniliilgouce. Knch Imx contnins
mm tnnntli'a frnHtment. l.(m lMx,or six boxea
forfVuHaontbyniBil irop'inJin receipt uf pneo.
V: .l AKAXTEK HIX IIOXKH
To cure Buy cneo. With eneh onler received by nt
for eix boxes, HccoinpHnieil with $"UI0, we will
end thoptircnanerour wrilton guarnnteo to re
ftinrf tho money if tho treiitniotit tlocs not etlecl
a cure. tiuiiranUiee iatitieU only by
1 1 a i i it y w. soiiuii.
Urugglat, Cor. Coinmerc.ini nve. & 18th at., Cairtf.
C17 Su Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A t-.ulnr finuluHio of twe medical
rollepe. h is hei'ii Imiurer eiiK'iiii'd In the treat
ment of ( hroiiio. Nervous, l-Uii anil
tloixl lse.ieu than any oilier jiliyalelan III
l.nii a. as cltv PnnerH a.w root all old resi
dent know. Cniiiillnllin t mllceor ar mail,
free nml Invited. A frl II v talk or bis opinion
fint iintlilim. When Itlsfnronveiili'iittovUlt
lho i lly .or treatment, medicines cull lie sent
by nmllnr fXpreya i vi-rvwhere. CnrahlH cae
iriiuranti'eil: wln-re itu'ubt einU 11 Is frankly
elated. Call or Write.
Nnrvous Prostration, Dobility, Montal mi
Physical Woakneaa, Mercurial anil
aiToctions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
ImpurUjegandJBlood Poisoning, Skin Affee
tions, Old Sorei and Ulcers, lapedimenti to
Marriage, Rheumatism Piles. SpeeisJ
attention to canes froin over-workad brain.
SURGICAIi CASESreeelva jpeoial attention.
Disease arising from Imr. rudnneei, Eioesaemj
Indulgnii?3 or Expoaursi.
It Is self-evident Unit a physician paylnff
purtleuhir at tout Inn lo 8 cln. nfcanei attains
Itrenl klli, and physician In resulsr practice
al! over the country knowing this, freiiintly
r, irtneiid i-nseslii the oldest r.Hlce In Ani'rloa,
where every knowu appliance U remirted to.
and the pro veil kooi! reinerllew of all
nifes anil eouutrlea are ned. A whole bousa l
used lor olllce imrposes, and all are treated with
skill lu a n hh i-llo I manner; and, knowlnit
what In do. iiiexierluients are made. tJli ac
run ni ol llie iireiit iiiiinliii- applylnv, tho
ehiiines are kept low. olliil lower than In
ileiiiniiiled hv ottieis If vou H'ciue the "kl'l
and net ft p e,!v and pci-fcd Hi- rnre, tlial Is
llie luipoi liiiil ' nutter. 1'iniipllli I, M pes
sent In uny addreia free.
Klemnit cloth and trill blinllnif. Healed forW
cents In )ioUire or eiirn in y iiverllft) won
'erful pen picture-, trim lo life, articles on tho
following iiliiert.i, Who mil) marry, who not;
ulivV I'rojern'.'etoniarrv. W ho marry Jrjt.
Jlnnhiioil, WoiiianhiHMl. phv-lotl decay, who
"hoiihl inaii-v. tin w I lie ami lnipplnes may be
iiiei-eaw-l, 1ho.e married i eoiil.niiilatlni:
P'.nirilim shnuld na.l li. II nimlit lo I read
OV nil ailllH pel son.. (In ii kept ler to. ll aiKl
k"V. l'.i-ut;ir e.llllon. same ii-aWnr. hut pspef
rover and i panes, lit'eulu hr wall, lu uiouof
Nintrosone, fnnw Wervn-Mfe, Htrentrtli and
Viifni i Is .-i positye restorative for III Loss of
Manly Viiror lu Young, Middl.-Airod and
Old Men, m tmilU'r frnm v. hut cause. In Kr
vou a Debility, Exhaustion, ImpoUnow,
riiralnal Weakn'.s, Mini kindred ailments,
this bt inrlai-d Uem.djr is a certain cur., an a
In nil sueli Millerers, w ho send a statement ol
their trouble, a nimntlty atimrlent to provj Its
virtiio will be sent Fro of Coat. Address,
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