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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOIiNlNil, JUNE 1, ISS3.
The Daily Bulletin.
A Bjston Interior.
On ontorinthe wido nn lioxpitaMo
doon of oho of Hoston'H most Imiuilifiil
dwelling-houses tlm first Hcnsiiliou re
ceivoil in ono of n posiihe comfort. Tlio
heavy iort:ils swing noiHule.vily buck
am! admit on to tliofjcneroiH vustibulo
which luadrt directly iuto the l:ir'! ccti
tral luill, lighted ' by ri.mint Imn-fiiW
lanterns which depend from thcnih
ceilings, and are conveniently attached
at tho corners and aiijiW of the largo
apartment. At tho right is a rained dais
or platform where stand two comfort
ablo great chairs, and a tall clock tick,
ing away tho hours which must pass
quickly in so pleasant a dwelling-place,
if tho vixitor seats himself in one ot
those chairs, he commands a good view
of tho hull. High up on the wall op
posite to his view are two charming
portraits of a pair of smiling littlo las
hies, whoes bright faces Iook out from
thodecp-loried oak landings of the ball.
Behind him the wide oak stairs lead to
tho upper story. This is lighted by
stained-glass windows of opalescent hue,
bunches of deep purple grapes encir
cling the central design. Tho oak stain
ing is of nn excellent design, and tho
carving of the balustrades is remark
ably good. To the left is a pleasant
room leading from the hall, where tho
soft olive tint of the wood work isbrigbU
nod by touches of gilding in the carved
paneling and decorated ceiling. Hero
are heavy broidcrcd draperies over door
and window of the same tone, lighten
ed by the needlework designs of paler
colors. Over the mantel a masterpiece
of Van Marcke challenges tho admira
tion of all lovers of art and fanciers of
the bovine race, (ircat, sleepy, brown
cattle look comfortably and lazily from
tho largo canvas, standing in tho thick
green meadow grass van .Marcke so
loves to pimiL Tho comfortable chair
into which one sinks on entering this de
lightful room is lir.it admirable because
it is restful, and second bcrauo it is well
designed and of a !?a;ing shape. The
warm rose lio-ht of tho red crystal lamp
shines on a table set with the teaepuip-
age, and proves that this apartment is
dedicated to the discussion of that cosi
est of half meals afternoon tea.
Putting a.id' a heavy portire, the
visitor now enters the large miiiie room
which hails frmil the olive reception
room. Here ail is white and gold. The
iidaid Hour is strewn with low-toned
Eastern carpets which contrast well
with the bright gold ceiling and walls.
The de-i'Mi of I lie ceiling i
ate, and the shape of the
most suer ful. A masterpiece of Carl
Meeker's hanging directly opposite the
entrance door, is the most noticeable of
the accessories to this room. Again en
tering the hull, its length is traversed in
order to reach the spacious ilinnig-room
Mahogany here gives the keynote of
color, a rich, deep, red wood, effective
in tint, pan- ling tho walls The buffets,
tables and clu.irs are all of the same
wood. On either side of the wide lire
place, at the far end of the room, an
doors with brass i-roll-woi k of a g'xxl
design, and above these are crvstal pan
rled cupboards. A great picture of Do
Neuvillc's is well placed, mid lighted bv
the two windows which look out upon
the Kivcr ( harles.
l'mm the s'l icioiis dining-room bvids
the library. A p.iir of large foldiug
doors make n possible to separate tin
apartments where the feast of reason
spread from that where a di-tingiiishod
member of tho ronton 'n publishes
new volumes of his works ditilvv The
librarv is. mrl-aps, tho mint attractive
conic, of the whole charming hoiw
Tho nrevailin jr mlur is a warm russet
brown. The walls arc hung in deep
embossed leather, an I paneled in dull
wood. The decoration of tho ceiling
are unique and iuo-t cileetive thP va
rioiis marks of the famous old publish
ers being artisticaliv rendered in brown
and col. 1 of van ing shades. The w ido
fireplace, with its grate and irons, ha
famous backlog l-l.o'.big upon its hearth
on this slut! p spring evening, the Iea
ing II. in s s!niie on !
ing lor I i g ! -"IvS 1
!,a roll's nf !nWri'sf.
aced within easy
lVr!lo tV;'i :l li'l'. '.( TlllllJi'rijil
In a Tight Fix.
John Lyons, n well-known citizen of
this county, whits at work in the shaft
of his mine near Tres Alamos, had just
put in a blast and lighted the fuse,
when, on reaching the top of tho shaft,
he beheld four mounted An aches rapid
ly approaching:. As they saw him
emerge they Increased their pace, and
their fiendish yells relieved Mr. Lyons
of all doubt as to their intentions to
ward himself. For an instant he was
paralyzed with terror. Being entirely
unarmed, resistance was not to be
thought of, while escape by flight was
equally impossible ltis first Impulse
was to hurl himself into the shaft and
be blown to atoms by the explosion of
the blast rutbor than perish miserably
at the nanus of the remorseless nonets
who had him at their mercy. These re
flections occupied only a moment's time,
but the Apaehos were almost upon him,
Suddenlv. with the Instinct of despair,
Mr. Lvons threw hirusolf behind a rock
close at hand, and at the same instant
the blast at the bottom of the shaft ex
ploded with terrilio effect, throwing a
bower of rock and debris high in the
air. which was followed by a dense vol
nf smoke rolllm? tin from the shaft,
Tim In it inns, who wcro now sure of
their victim, halted a moment at the
unexpected and to them mysterious
eruption, then with a yell, not 01 in
umnh. but of riuro. miticled with terror,
wheeled their horses and galloped off in
tho direction wlience they came.
Mr. Lvons could at first scarcely real
ice that ho escaped almost miraculously
from a horrible death, but as soon as he
had recovered from his amazement de
. parted for Tres Alamos, meeting on the
road a par of ualghbors going out to
search for his remains, they having seen
tho Indians heading in the direction of
the mine, and not doubting Mr. Lyons
had fallen a victim of savage lerooity.
Tim Kimrnnin Court of Missouri do
ilt.l.u lllllt II nhvslidnn cannot test if V U
any knowledge ho may have obtainef
...I .. At ..-.11 ... snatftstttt fifrtBul.tmt1l V
KrJiU flint if. will not, do
iiid wits, ,
while tho mouth of a physician Is closed
in tbn tnlk nf bis DftlienL tO ODttli i
as to knowledge acquired from uli owl
W. V LaMhiiim, nvsr edilorol i at ISiji.utin
nd steamboat pasaeaicer njont. Order fur all
kinds of steamboat Job priuiinK solicited. Oltlcu
at Power's Kuropean Unto). No. 74 Ohio levee,
The Silver Cloud from Paducali will re
port hero at 3 p. tn. connecting with I. C.
R.R, and leave on her return trip at 4:30
The W. II. Cherry fr mi Nashville arrived
at 11 p. m. Wednesday and reshipped 100
tons of "hog iron" on the Vicksburg for
St. Louis, departed op her return trip at 3
a. m. yesterday.
The ChiiH. Morgau will till out here and
eavo to-rlay for New Orleans.
Tho U. P. Schenck passed up for Cincin
nati yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. She
had about 400 tons of freight for Cincin
The EH Kimbrough arrived fiom New
Madrid last evening at 7 o'clock. She
leaves on her return trip this morning at 1 1
The Cons Millar had a good trip. She
panged up for Cincinnati last night.
The Hudson from St. Louis had a first-
class trip of freight and people. She pasaei
up for Bhawueetown.
Capt.John Griffith has returned from the
Hot Springs entirely recovered from his
severe until of rheumatism, and is now in
command of his former charge, the Hud
The Commonwealth from St. Louis is due
to-night for Vicksburg.
About twenty "Decorationists" from Pa
ducali, who came down on the Silver Cloud
Wednesday, gut left, but went up on the
Cherry yesterday evening. They say there
is lota of fun to be seen in Cairo.
Yesterday was quite pleasant all day
which is something unusual for these days
of cyclones, hailstorms, etc.
The river marked by the gauge here last
evening at 4 o'clock 32 feet 4 inches and
The Will Kyle from New Orleans is due
up to-night for Cincinnati.
The Will 8. Hays from Cincinnati and
thir race horse of the Ohio and Mississippi
is due hero to morrow night for New Or
Tuesday evening whilst the Cons Millar
wus receiving freight at Memphis, by acci
dent, a barrel of coal oil was bursted and
in some way caught tire, which came very
near destroying the boat, but owing to the
nrompt ac'ion of officers and crew the
Hatues were subdued. The City of Vicks
burg was lying along side the Millar at the
lime, but she was cut loose in order to get
out ot danger.
The City of Baton 11 iuge Irom St. Louis
is due this morning for New Orleans.
The City of New Orleans passed up for
St. Louis yesterday morning at 9 o'clock
The Ella Kimbrough gives an excursion
to Hickman, fare for the round trip only
The J. W. O'Ncil passed down f ir New
Orleaus yesterday with a heavy coal fleet
The Jas. W. Gaff didn't leave Cincinnati
until Thursday morning. She will retort
here Sunday for Memphis.
The Vint Shinkle leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati.
A shoemaker named Harry Drum,
Hun an awl in the ball of his thumb,
The awl made him bawl,
Hut a cure for it all,
St. Jacobs Oil, struck the ain dumb.
A Gams of Billiards.
Two Austin mon, who were very good
friends, and whom we shall oall Hill
and Tom, plaved a game of billiards
yesterday. Hill is a tirst-class player,
but he encouraged Tom to win bv Dur-
posolv playing a prwr game. Torn is
not much of a player, but he only had
a few points to mako to win when Hill
took oft' his coat, went to work in earn
est, and ran out, much to the disgust of
Tom. When Bill went to resume his
coat, lo and behold, it was go no.
'What's become of my coat?"
"Just as you mado those last ten
points, and ran out, a stranger picked
up vourcoat and ran out, too," answer
ed Tom, grinning.
"Whv didn't vou stop him?"
Why should I stop him? Ho didn't
Interfere in ourganio when you ran out;
why should I interfere with him when
he ran out with your coat. He lot vou
make your points, why shouldn't I lot
him mako his point. The stranger lot
you beat mo, why shouldn't I let him
beat you out of your coat, particularly
as he got his cue from you." Texdi
This beautiful refuge from summer heat
dust ami mosquitoes, is now ope
for the season. Threo never-failing
Springs of coldest water whoso medical
qualities hnvu stood the : test
more than sixty years continual use, Ihu
waters of each of a different kind, serve
different purpose in bringing strength to
tho lueblc ami health to thu sick. Thcbu
Springs are in a mountain ; valley whose
sides are of purpendicular cliffs, a hundrei
feet high, jutting out hero and there In
fantastic rhupus resembling buasts and birds
The woodland paths arc a continual temj
tatlon to long and delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary,
AN AHTICICIALi I.AKK
for boating and fishing bus been addet:
to tho natural scenery, bounded on ono side
by cliffs at whose base the water reaches
depth of ten to til toon feet and tho other is
t gradual slope from the hills, the whole
covering several acres of ground.
"No. 1" the ''Iron 8pring"has properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
specific for malaria.
"No. 2" the "Magnesia," is a never-failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, ami the "Alum Spring" does
the best service as a wash for ciuptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova-
ted;ihebeds are furnished with mattresses
ami springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is large and airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a first class steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at $8.00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
separate table, half price.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
break last at home or at Vienna and arrive
at tho Springs in time for dinner; fare
across by hack 7!) cents or by private cr n-
veyance for threo or more 75cts. to $1.00,
trunks extra. J. E. Lemen, Prop.
P. O. Allen Springs, III,
THE GREAT GERMAN
H.-lu-veH iui, ounn
it k t in:,
IIKUIAI UK, TOOTim UK,
Sorenen. Cult. Bruitei,
m itvs, Ai.nn,
And all oilier Ixxlily aelie
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
KipM Ij- nil DriKiflms nni
fS-MllTH. Diriftiun In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
( u T'Kjr.MK 1 ttl I
llnlllMiorr. nd., I'.N. 4.
It'll .IH ..
M mm m m It U
A I'OSITIVK CUKE
J A I A Kn n KJY'H
Catarrh and Hay
liV"""" wi" uri 1
Agrcklile to L I .
toi l) IN TUB IIKAD.
UpkiIhi Ih' A I)f afnenH
or any kind of nucaa
liiflnie,l and rouga
fiirluces A pri'pnra
tloo of undoubted
mrlt. Apply by tho
Utile Rjscr iot thu
noKtrlU. it will h,1
MAY FEVER '"o-'eic th ni""1
' tiaii!ai:r'S Of catarrhal
v r . rus lirr nea nv atxreiiona. n aiiy in-
flamiiintl'iu, p-olecU the tuumbraoiil liningt of tho
bead from addltluinl coldn, completely br-ala the
n irts and rcnlon-s the neiife ol taate anil amall.
Bonctlctal rcoulis are realised by a levrappllca
A THOI'.Ol lill TKKAIMhM ILI. ur irti
Crfiim Kim h tainca nn enviaole tepatanun
wh,T, vi,r known : d u kc riff nil other iTeparillons
Solid for circular contnlrlns full Informailen and
relUlilo l"fllinnUla. Br mall, prepaid JO cents
a pnckc umpii mcclved. Sold by all whole
iSlu nd retail arngKlrOf.
KI.Y'SCKKAM BALM CO..Owego, N. Y.
m-MvrcU I W I.Ei'TrKES tn ne wntkll V bo
Kin Uih Julv. loS.1. mid end U'th uptemt-er. HitTo
proved if fisnai nn'. st. to nud nt who dvcun
to pursue th-lr s nrller" acthln oroiher Law school
M tn thnne who nroi)oe to rend privately: and 3d
t ),rA-' dinners who have not hsd the advantage of
p ptnillULIv. iiir, . m m.m. VII. ...... (I ,.
I nlvi-ri-ltv of Va )to John H. Minor, l'rof. C
and Stat. Law.
out for chancvt to increase
their mmlnc. and lu time
liecoiurj wealthy; those vho
do not improve their oppor
tnnlllus remain in nnvertv
Wu offer a ifreat chance to make money. ve waat
mam men, woman, hoys and clrla to work lor us
rliiM t.i their own localities Auyonecan do the
work properly frm the Brut start. The bu:ti''ss
win pay more tnin ten times onuuary waes . r.i
pensive out fit furnished free. No one who eriitacr'
fat s to make money rap'dly. Von can devnto
yonr whole time lo the work, or onlv your spare
moments. Full information and all that is needed
aentfreo. Address SIMS HON 4 i;o. Tortland. Me
State & Monroe Sts. .Chicago.
Will 'f V tP"l'7 lanpf ri.t lhif A
for -" l'. M Kniffinc
f Inslruwi'U, Nm. 'i'V ii
I'oniitii, r'r 'irlAni
Si.t.-i. Ilrtitti MiitrK htttfa. r!
tifrnKil nfnHinf in.triKtwo ana r.f
T. LOUIS & ST. PAUI'
Pine Sltlo-Whoel Paaseneer Steamera
P'fween 8T. tOTJIfl. HANNIBAL. QTJIWOT.
K,'iK5 'yJOTON. ROC' K f BLAND,
LACitoauK. 8i. iAui, uid minnkakJus.
Hr. I'iiuI I'lu'k-ta le,ivo Nt. Louis every Mondnr.Wed
nesdnjrnn.1 it rlrloy. at p.m. Oiilnvri Knokuk'ack
otKlHHVHNl, l.oulj dully, Hiindnceitd.atlp.m.
Kxrui-slon Tickets iit low rate to Ht.Vanl. Luke
JllnnMonkn and all NorthernSuinmsr lUsorls. lllnw
.,ir,.,.r,i,n li i.,ioi,aiininanndManltil.
hnr llltiHtmteil Ouldn llouk, time IiiIjIbs, pasasooiK
and irewht riiti'H.iio,lolhr Informal inn, adilnM.
BT. 1.01x1 A A ST Tl ir. Darlu itwtT?
Whitrfboi.t foot ill Olive bu, H I , LOUIH. ilflk
The fl no iasicn(,'er and rieiuht eteonu r
Loaves Cairo i very Mot dav. Wcdne'ilnv anil
Krldny uiornliis ut D u'ulock f"or New Madrid and
JS,H, IMITH. . (UBIIIT. SITII.
Grand Central Store.
m m m mnn rcnnmrrat ii
f ill mm
ii J I
nuihi"' u,a,aw uiiai
PORT GRAPE WINE
Si'.kkk's Pokt Gpapk Wink !
FOUR YKAIiS OLD.
'MUM ('EI.EBIIATEDNATIVK WINK ts mate
' from the liiire of the Ooorto (Irane. raised in
this country. Its invaluable tonic and stren,:th-
oninu pruiertie are unsurpassed bv any other
Native Wine. Belnu ihe pare Juice of the (impe,
produced under Mr. hpeer'i own personal supcrvi
sion, its purity and genuim ness, are guaranteed
Tbi youncst child niny parlake rif its generous
qualities, and the weaker! Invalid use It to advitn
niK'e ii is particoiariy rieiR'Di tai to ,ne aeu ann
tl, hllltnted, and suited tu the various ailmuiits thai
affect the weaker set. It isintyerj res noil A
vt l e iu lis. itai.i ti u..
n TCI n j . .i. i
Tl.e P. J. KIIKKII V Is a wine of Superior Imi
actnr and i artakesof the richqual.lb's of the train
from which II is made Kor I'lirlty, Kichness, Fla
vie ami Medicinal 1'ropertici. it will l,e found tin
Sneer h V. .). Hrandy.
This BKAXDY stands nurlva'ed in this Cotin'rv
beiuirfar suporliir (or medicinal piiriiosos. It in a
pure distillation (ro'n the crape, anil contain val
nahle medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, similar to that of ihe crapes, from which It is
distilled, and u tn Rreat favor amonir flrst-claas
families. See that tbo sitnsture of AI.KKKI)
HI'EKK, Passaic, N . J over tho cork of each
Sold Rv TATJIj Sc ji I III I
AND BV DKUGOISTS EVKRVWlH-UiJ.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Baa been IO frequently aud Batiafacttiiily proven
that It seems almost superfluous to say auy'Lnnif
more in their favor. The Immenae and constantly
IncreaatiiK demand for thorn, Uitii In Uhh aud foreura
countries, la the Ut evidence rf their value. Their
aale to-day In the United States la for trreator than
any other cathartic medicine. This deuisml la
not epaemoUlc, It is regular and steady. It la not
of to-day or yesterday, It la an increase that ban been
steadily srowUur for the lust tblrty.fl vo years. What
re the reason for this irreat and growing domandl
Dr. HcbenrU's Mandrnke PillHenutain no mer
cury, and yet they set with wonderful etfect mon
the hver. They cleausa Ihe utnniai b aud bowels of
all irritating matter, which. If allowed to remain,
poisons tue blood, and brings on Miliaria. Chills aud
Fever, and many other diec. 'liny trive health
and streuirth to the diretlve orvans. They create
appetite and irive vliror to tho whole system. They
are In fact the modiolus of all others which should
be taken Intimesliketlie prewnt, when nialanaland
ottier eptdoiul' S are ratnutr, as they prepare the sys
tem to resist attacki of dincw) of ever)' character.
Dr. Schenrk .TlundrnUe Pills are sold by all
druaVMta at U 'o. per b,i, or scut by luad, postpaid,
on receipt of price.
Dr. Hrhenek's nook nn f'onsiiiiiplloii, 1. 1 v.
rr t'onipluint and DvspepMiu, lu Fuvlisli or
Oerman, is sent Tree to all. Address Dr. .1. II.
WIIKNCK oV CON, I'hiliidelnhiii, I'n.
Maniifacturer and Dealer In
Hlh Hlreo,, belween t'oiu'l Ave. ,..id Levee.
CIIOKK DOHINO A HPKCl AIH
ALL KINDS OK AMl'M HON.
Safes Htialtod. Ail Kinds -il Kovs .Made.
Hbop ou 11 all Id ay Avenuii, between .iirlh, and
Blxth btmnta, Cairo, tlllnoli '
1VAII kinds ol Unlit and heavy blacksmllblng,
wngou and carriage work done In the most work'
manlike mauusr. Ilorsy slioolnx a apacialty aud
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
110 & 412
yr.w pnors applied tn the aurfarn will Penetrate to the very Bona,
;iiid almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It wilt not Soil Clothing,
nor discolor the Skin, or leav ilisaurecahle effocts of any khid. It
ha-sNO KQirAr.fortlin Cureof
Stiff Joints. Nmralsia. Lame Back. CramtM. Tooth-Ache,
Sore Throat, Palas n the
iuiif Is t'litially eillcaeioiit for all
runulrlns a iMiwcrful uifluslvo
Ask your Druggist for It. Trice 50 ct per bottle
lToparedonly by JACOB S. MERRELL.
Wholesale Dmintlst, 8T. LOUI3, MO
KKW ADV ERTIhEM KN'l'H
f!C" A MuNTlI and 1IOAKI) lor Ihreu
VU'I Y,,niiB n cn or ladies In eaeh conn y.
dross 1'. V. Zieglur Jt I'o . (.'hirauo. III.
A KB Tot! (iOISU TU lltriLD Coop, rntivo
riuns of Houses, lariji: and small. Musi modern
designs, hy skilled, expeiienrsil urcliHecls. wllh
spccillcuibus complete, from $') unwanls. Send lu
cents for eiplanatious. illustrated l'amph ot.
KIN;H & tlo., 7 Warren M, New ork.
W u K L 1).
Ry KDW.i HD 8H 1'1'gN, Medical IHrwK.r I'. 8
N. ATIirillln Plrtor.al History of thu V irld's
ureal Sea Fight', wllh si erlmens ol Navl Archi
tecture of all sees. A record ol Wonderful Kx
nloits more intereslinu than rVtloti I'.iee only
1. II soils evervwheru. Ai if NTS make llisi.i)
per month. Address
J C. Mct'UKDY & Co . t'hicaii". Ill
HIS LIFBindCH UtArTKK. ByC KdwarO Lest
er, suthor of '-The (llory and Miamcor Eni; and :
"Ihu Napoleon Dynasty," etc Illustrated. 1'a
pur. HI cents; cloth, cent ; Ilaif Hussin. .'ir cents
Poslsuti stsinps taken. Not sold lv dealers;
prices too low. AIo tliu followtui;, nr4 lype,
Life of lei. tl Stephens, li'c , ifc
l ife of Washiniftoi Irviiii;, h.v Stodiliird,
Life of Hlr Isaac Newton, i,y Ins. I'arton,
Kip Van Wlukle, by Washlnirloa Irvine, - -Btirnlniruf
Home, by Canon Farrur,
American Hiimo iars Artnum Waul, - -
Knoch A den, by Alfred Tennyson,
Deseitcd Villaue,'! he Travnler, (lolcsmit h, -Cotter's
Saturday Melit.i'tc. Hubert Hums,
wchi ar's Sonu of thu Kei, ,nd oilier Poems,
The Sea Serpents of Hcich-o. Andrew SS ilsoii,
SVorld 'HiiishliiK. by W. Mattleu Wll lrmis,
JOHN U. ALUS.N, Publisher, 18 Verev ht. N
Thul KniHrt n.cu average $,.(si lo 8 li per day pro.
fit, sell niflhe "Pocket .M iiiual." '1 he must in irvel
Ion little volume ever ssecd. Needed, endorsed
and pnreliared oy all cl issos; uotlnin; In tho hook
line ver vqual lo it. Mill prove It or lotfcitf u,
Coin ii I etc sample and outfit f, c , or lull oarti
r.ulsra for stamp. Don't si art out atuiu until you
learn what Is alil of this Imok anil whut oihers
are doinn. W. II Tllll.MI'SUN, Publisher. -Mil
Arch Sir ct, Phil idelphla. fa. n rH:lm
j flinol, lilt la sweeiniiL' liy, ko
.111 laud dare belore yen die, soin,.-
I'jIliK mi(lity mid sibliliie
1,'rtve bi ll i n il toconqiier iimu."
gmia week ill your own town.
1'ivn Dollnr on I lit trea. No
w. Cuultal not reiiulreil. Ae
risk. Kv ri'il,;
ryilutiL'. Many um inikhiL'
lort'ines. Ladies make as much as men anil boys
hiiiI ulrls make ureal pay Header, if you waul
business at which vou rnn make great pay all tun
lime, write for particulars to II 11 4LLKTT X CO
fori land, Maine.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT "HI
positively provent thisterril'ledlsisvie, and will posi
tively eursntnn ciew nut nf t'n. Informatli-n that
will save many llvi.,s nt frw.-liy mall. Pontdsbva
moment. I'revcnHon is !' tor than eurs. I. 8. JullN
HON A CHI., posTi is. M ASM., formerly rtAMioH.Ma.
tVPARHoNS' I'Uhumta IlUil make new rick hlooik
A week made ut home hy 'h i iniliis
trtoiis. Jtest linstness now lie f-if t lm
ubiii'. ( atiilal mil needed. Via
till Hurt vou. Men, women, lien.
and Ctrl" wanted everywhurii to work
ror us. wow is the tune ton eau
work In sprre time, or liivii vour wholo lime to the
business. No other business will pay you m arly
as well. No nr.ucan fail to niakii enormous nay
by cnitaneini! at ones. Cos'ly oulflt and teims tree
Money inadu fast, easily, and honorably. Address
TRUE & CO., Aui.'tistu.maiie.
UKIiKiHI ii:t. i'lano.
CHAPEL 0HGAN. 7d.
lir.-itiNHiM k Co , J;
WtlltliM. N. V.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tim llowiinl (lulvnnle Hhls
vunle unit Miuiiislle Appll
sums snd (iiimiBiils r
I surscursfor NsrvousDshll.
II y, 1'aisiyals, lllisiimallsra
of Vital tnnriy, (Ivsrwnrk
Pil llrnln, Wn.k back, Kid
nay, Llvnr, and Htomacb
roini'lalnts, and are adapt.
d to Eiriir.ii Ski. TIiss
vsry lutest Im
proved, snd sn
(roiu belts sod all
othsrs, us thny
acids, cs.slng no
snrM, nnr Ir.lta
t.ioD rftbo skin
can lis worn at
work aa wsll as
(I rest -only notice-
'I kl, ! In
snt atsim. of ail
is or imiii tuom lor ME PI ONLY at once rsach
the sen! ol nlanaM, as they set diraot uneu Nervous,
Muscular, aud (IsnsrutW. Canters. simHllly X'Storlng
lb. vlUlllr which Is Klwlrlrlty drained from ih.srs
tsm hr jcm or ladlsenillnos, Ihsy thus lo soaUral
war overcom. the wmkoees without druuulns ilia atnm
aeh. Thsy will cur. .very can. short of structural ds
aiMratloa, end we ar. prenarod to furnish ths trnxt
emphatio snd ahsolut. proof to anpiKirt our olslsss.
Ill.strstod 1'anpbi.t Vrse.or Mot Malsd for eo roalaae,
OeualUUoa , t AMIRIOAN OALVANIO OO.
rrMtlarUsi f i N. sth St., St. Louie.-. -
it"- I 1
N. ltli St., ST. LOUIS.
A powerfiil pi epaniliuu com
iioscd mostly of Ksscntial Oils
riio most penctratlncr Llnlmeut
known. So concentrated that a
Rhcnmatlam. Spraina. Brnlaew
Limb riu any part ot the bystcm
paiiiH in tin' Stomach and Eowele
atiinulaiit. Sm Mrrelra Almanae
T Ii E SUN
Decided oiiinLiiis eviiesed lu liuiunaire that can
lie iiniler- 'oinl ; ti e promptest, fulli st and most ae
curat 1 1: ii ll iLi-nee of wiiun.vnr la Ihu wldu world la
woitbatto lion That is what everybody is sore
liillndln any edit on nf Tim HUN. Subscription:
I'AHY 1 1 pni;es), hy mall, Wic, a month, er fi W
a year; mimdav i paRes), $l.U0ier year; Wiiklt
(8 paeeHi, gl.ntlper year.
I. W. K til. AN II. Publisher, New Y rk fitly.
l.lVOKCKS.-N,. puhllcilv; resilient of
a' Slate. Desertlon. Noii Hunnort. Advice an
anplkalietifl for slump. W. 11. LEE, Att'y, 239
llroadway, -N . Y.
WKwilrrHrtM)Trrrtr form; riNof Uf Cnp,Jn
li(iiThl' k HIuri, Iti'lijinln.CoitatirUfrB irCotltvtia
wsj t'toiiot i.''irs wit WntU VUTtv, I.!?? I'... i b iht dirtr
iinntr Uriel ly fimpii4 with. Tiny rt purely vKtllil, sunl
hftirftll i tive lii.eut.on. flu jar Coaud. t.Args boi, co
tsiiiinif .lit pill, ?5 ffnU. Kr tl ill dntgicltU. Bwart vt
cinirtsHt unt uniutlnfM, Ths p-tiii'ti ntniifscti)ml nly hf
JollN i K KT A Co., 1 A hi W. MikIIsoq M.( Cblca
Wf trial pack up snrU by tuatil n i..J nu rrta'i-Uf 3 cftilllMup.
Health is Wealth !
Hit K '. 'tt NkIivis and Bn.MN Treat.
Mkkt, a KiiiininlMeil sixn-itl" for Hsleria, Dizzu
ness, (Vinvtibuiina, 1'its. Nervous Nennilnia,
Keiiiliinlio, Nervous Prostnition cutiuod by tbe s9
of iilcnlnl or tobacco, WiikefulneNSj, Mental Do.
liriwHon, Kofmninirmf th-4lrain resulting in in
sanity unit loudinif to misery, decay and death,
l'remiturB Old Ajro, lliitrennebS, Loss of power
'.n itlmr box, Involunlaty Ixwsos and Mpormar.
iirrhn-H e;uiHd hyuTor-exertion of the brain, sdf
ahutasor ovor-imlulKonco. Each box contains
one month's treiitmont. fl.Hla box, or six boxes
furVll,snt by mail pmp'iidon receipt of price. .
H d (.l AH.WTF.i: NIX HOXLS
To cure any ciuw. With each order received by nt
for six boxoH. aecompunieil with $:M wo will
send tbo piircluiHer our written guarantee to re
fund tbo money if the treutnient docs noteffoct
auuio. liiiurun'.jies isaiiod only by
IIAKRY W. SOUUII.
Driiuuisl, Cur. Coniniorrlal nvo, i lAlh st., Cuiro.
617 SL Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A vejrular tlrmluiils of two liiedlenl
rolteui"1. list tiecn loiiu-er eiiirniied In the treat
ment of ( 'liroiiir, NiTviiim, Kliiii anil
Hl"ol IMmmsim Ihnii anv other tilivsii iau ill
St. Louis, as elty p;in i" shew ami all old resi
dents know. CriiiMillallon ,.l otlleeor by mull,
lice ami luvlleil. A friendly talk or IiIhoiiiIi.ii
cmls uotliliiK. NV lien II Is (iii'iin veiileiil lovlslt
ihe cltv .or lri iilHiiiil, lord irluvs can lie sent
liy mall or epi i's nervwhere. Citrulile nea
Riiiirante.-il; wbere doiiht exists 11 In lliuikly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness,, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat,Skinand Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affoe
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriega. Elieumati'm riles. Special
attention to rwsos from ovor-woi-ked brain.
SURGICAL CASES recsivs npectul attention.
Diseaaoa arising from Ini ruiUnoes, Excessea,
Indulffort. is or Exposures.
It Is seli-in I. lent Hint il pliyslelatl payltltf
piirlieuliir alli ni imi lo a i'I.i iiicires iiIIiiIiih
mi ni kill, ami M "ii'Mii-In ri iruhii' praetlen
all oyer ilic cniiuli j LiiovvIiik till". t'r". n.ti 1 ly
ri i'iuiiu,riii eiieto tlit- oldest i Hire III America,
nhi re ow'i'y known ii'iaui'e l resorted to,
and the peiiv.'.l (.mill et-iiieiliie of all
site and countries are IIM 'I. A bole house Is
used lor ollli'c puriies, n.l nil are treated wllh
skill lu n rcipeeil'iil insiiiier; and. kuowltiK
what lo do. iiiicxieriiiii nl me made, Onsi'
coiint ol Ihe vieu! Iiiiuilier sppl) lull, the
cbni'iies mo keld low. ot'teii Never tbuu Is
ili'iimniled hy others II oii si cure Ihe skl'l
and ;et a'peeiv and peiferl life l itre, that la
the Important 'miller. I'smi'lili'l. 1 panes
Si ul In any aiblreis I'rie, ,.
piStYs. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
F.lstfiint clotli and irill lilndiiiB, Healnl Ihr W
cents In io-iaie or cui ri iicv iiverflfly won
deriill pen pictures Irni lo llle articles oil Ills
follow liiir snhleett, Uiomst marry, who not;
whvy lroper aire tn mm rv. Who tunn y first,
Jlniihood, Womanhood. Tlivsleal dei av. w lm
ihoiild uiari . Mow life ami happiness may ho
IncieBMe.l. Those miiii lid or roiitvnilimtlUK
1'iarrvliiK should mnl II, 1 1 oiibIH to he read
oy all iidiill persons tin ii Kent under lock and
key. l'oiml.ii' nlllioli. nunc n- alsive, hut paa'r
rover ami .iiOpKe ceiiu ty mull, lu uwuey
r post a vl.
Nem-oaona, fnetv Ncrvp-I lfo, Slrenitth and
Vluoi'i is ii poaitlm reslnriiilve for I lie Loss, of
Manly Vitro. In Young, Middle-Aged and
Old Men, no matter from w batcunse, In Ner
Ton Debility, Exhaustion, Intpotenoy,
Seminal Weakmaa, and kimlrcd hIIiiiciiIs.
tills fttindarrl Reman y is a certain cura.anu
to all such sullerei a, who send a statement nf.
tliolr troubles, a quantity annicleut lo prot l IU
virtue will be tent Pre of Coat. Address,
wa n r
diagnosis of twt case.
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