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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 188,1.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 7 OHIO LKVKK.
OFFICIAL FAPJtK OF AMXaNDKH OUUNTT.
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(JO per cent, discount II paid tu advance.)
Dally, one year hy mull 1') 00
Dally, onii month ..... 1 0.)
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Weekly, one year i iv
Weekly, months m- 1 Ot
I'ulilliiliud every Monday noon.
tr-Cluls of 6v or more lor Weekly Hullotln at
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INVAKUBLT IN ADVANCE.
All Communication should lie addressed to
K. A BfHNKrr,
Publisher ami 1'roprietor.
Cliipcta's Address to tin Ules.
People) of my tribu! tho i.rrowinp
widow of tiio d :tl Onr.'iy nioak to yon.
Slio conutH to you, not tu t!i; hijiihw ol
tlio doad chieftain, to rine you to win
and victory, but to witrj) with you vei
the Ion of her )"iji!i; and tiio Mcnl ol
tho jialu face.
Tho fair Colorado, ovor whoso rocky
mountains wo hnvo roatuud aud liuriti.-d
in tho oiili-n tini;, is ovcrnm by tlio
Hilvor-plated Senator and tlio soft-eyed
We are driven to a small corner of
the earth to die, while tho oppressor
dirs gopher holes in tho green grass
and sells them to the Hoeeulator of the
great cities toward the rising sun.
Through the long, cold winter my
poonl.) have passed, in want and cbj,
while the conqueror of the peaceful L'tc
ban worn $.'.'0ight-.,hirU and tilled hi?
pale skin with pic.
Chipeta U'lliussra you as tho weep
ing squaw of a great man whoso Initios
will one day nourish the cucumber vine.
Ouray now sleep beneath the brown
grass of tho canyon, where the soft
spring winds may stir the dead leaves
and the young coyote may come und
monkey o'er his grave.
Ouray was ignorant in the ways of
the pale face. He could not go to Con
gress, fr he v:is not a oitiz"!) of the
I'nited States. Ho had not taken out
bis second papers. Ho was a simple
child of the forest, but he stuck to Chip
eta. He loved Chipeta like a hired man.
That is why the widowed s'ptaw weeps
A few more years and I shall join
Ouray iny chief, Ouray tho big Injun
from away up the gulch. His heart it
mill open to me. Chipeta could trust
him, oveu among tho smiling' maiden?
of her tribe. Ouray was true. There
was no funny business in his nature. He
loved not the garb of tlio pa!o face, but
won tr.y heart while ho woro a saddle
blantf't and a look of woe.
Chipeta looks to the north and the
south, and all about aro the graves of
his people. Tho refinement of the op
pressor has uuino, with its divorce aud
chuo'j and gin eoektaiU and Hour bread
and fall elections, ami we linger hero
like a bod on the neck of a fat man.
Even while I talk to you, the damp
winds of April are sighing through rny
vertebra: and I've got more paius in mj
baclc than a conservatory.
Woe ii with tho widowed Chipeta.
Bow vour headu aud howl, for our harps
are hung on the willows and our wild
gunse H cooked,
Who will be left to mourn at Chipeta's
grave.' rsone imt tne starving papoog
e of niv nation. We stand in the gray
mt.st of soring like dead burdocks in tho
field of inoliouest fanner, aud tho chilly
winds nf departing winter make- 113
bump and gather like a burnt boot.
All wn can do is to wail. We are
the redskinned waiters from Wailtown.
Colorado is more the home of the L'te,
It is the dwelling place of tho bonanza
Senator, who doe.sn t know tbo ditler
euco between the plan of salvation and
the previous question.
Chipeta cannot vote. Chipeta cannot
pay taxes to a great nation, but you will
be apt to hear Her gentle voice, and tier
mellow racket will till tho air till her
tongue in cold ami thev tuck tho buffalo
robe about her and plant her bv the dido
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01 nor tieau ciiiciiam. wihto uie mjuiu
wind and the sage hen are singing.
Tran.iUti.d by Hill Xye.
A Grade of 217 Teat to th Mil?,
Veta Pass and its "Mule-shoe" curvft,
Jw arliai tho celebritJi "HoWi-shoo
in i'ennsylvaula just as tho foot of a
inula tnav bo set within a horse s tracK,
have been famous ever since railroading
In the Hocky Mountains began. So wo
told the conductor to drop us on a side
track. This donn. tbo train went swing
Im? round the curve- of thirty degrees
nnd over the bridge which stands at tho
"too" of the shoe, doubling ou its owu
length as if bent to tho course of the
track. Then, with a hoarse panting and
grinding of tortured wheels ami rails,
tho two powerful locomotives began to
force their way up tho inii.smo ngni op
nosito us (across tho gulch), the slatit-
insr lineof briirbt windows showing how
amazingly steep a grade of 218 foot to
tho milo really is. iho tirmv 01 ino
headlight thrust itself forward, not level,
os is its wont, but aimed at a planet that
glimmered just above a distant gnostiy
It was mysterious, uncanny. Only
when the stokers opened tho doors of
tho laboring furnaces and volumes of
red lirrht suddenly illuminated the over
hanging masses of smoke ami touched
Into strange prominence for an instant
the rocks and trees besldo tho engine,
could wo perceive that tho train stood
upon anything solid, or was moving
other than as a sort of slow meteor. Hut
it was a real and a fine sight for tho
eyes of a practical man, as well as a
fanciful woman, to watch those groat
machines walk up that hill, spout
two geysers of smoko and sparks, am
dratririuir its ponderous train as if an
other pound s weight would stop lu
notirso. Now and rurnin it would bo ob
scured behind tho frlngo of woods
through which tho track passed, aud
then ho would sou tho rugged spruces
nhiirnlv outlined amunst tlio llluinlnt"
volumo of smoko. Denver Cornwwmf-
encc riiihukljilua t're
A soldier on guard at Fort Way no,
Whs suddenly stricken with pain,
Uo thought ho was gone,
But when ho rubbed on
Bt. Jacobs Oil, was all right again
'Moms Bummer KiaorU
"Whero am you uroinL' to unend tho
Bummer?" said a prominent citizen.
"Wi.11, i have not made up my
mind," said tho second prominent citi
zen. "I Imvo been talkinrr it over with
my wife and we have about concluded to
fix up tho house as a summer resort and
Btay at homo. She thinks she can take
a hatchet and break somo of the springs
to tho bed, and shorten up tho bed slats
so thev will fall down, and put somo
old cabbage stumps in tho mattress, and
con make the bed about as uncomforta
ble as tlio ono wo hail at a summer ho
tel last summer at fl a day apiece.
nui sue nan got to uavo a tiro in tho
room alt summer to make the room as
hot as our hotel room was, because our
house is so near Lake Michigan that it
is disgustingly cool in the summer."
"lhat may do for a starter for asum-
Tner resort," said the other prominent
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ciuicu, --urn .sue win want 10 tamper
with tho broiler so it will burn one sido
of a beef steak and leave the other raw,
and she will have to instruct her cook
how to make biscuit so hard outside that
you can strike a flint on them, and soft
"Oh, sho can arrange that all rh'ht."
said the other. "Hut sho is going to
have a hard time to train our servants
to mnko good imitation summer resort
servants of them. I tell her sho wants
to train them so they will do nothing
without being paid half a dollar. I
have got tho chambermaid so that sho
will not make up tho bed m my wife s
room until all the other beds are made.
unless she gives the girl a quarter, and
my wife says it seems real natural. I
have instructed the man who answers
the bell not to come up for three-quar
ters or an Hour utter we rinir, and to
always bring a pitcher of ice-water, tho
way they do at summer hotels. Did
you ever notice that a bell boy at a
summer hotel always brings ice water
when vou ring!1 He thinks that tho
chances are wh' ti the bell rings that tho
gui.-.-t wants a pitcher of ice-water, and
lie t:.ke it acini: so he will not have to
make another trip, and when he finds
you want something else he lool.s mad
an.l sets the pitcher down, and scorns to
think you are a fraud because the other
nine pitchers of ico-water he has
brought you aru enough. Then w
have got to borrow a lot of trunks, so
the porter can tret the wrong trunk in
our room, and we have got to get in tho
habit of going down to the lake and
pajing a dollar an hour for an old boat
that never cobt three dollars when it
was new. I aru having a bar fixed uj
in the barn, ond shall make the family
pay two shillings a glass for lemonade
that lias a pint of water, a pinch of
acid, a little sugar, and a strawberry
lhat looks as though it had been ground
under a boot-heel. I think I am getting
the thing down fine, Come over and
we us from your hot and dusty resi
dence on the West Side, and we will
make you tired in about two days."
"w. tarn lixcu. l am going to take
a blanket and go out to the gluo factory
and lay oil" this summer and catch suck
ers in the Menominee, and light mos
quitoes," jiuid the other citizen, "and
charge myself $1 a day. I tell you, a
man can summer-resort right hero at
home, and have all tho discomforts,
and get just as mad, as be oau to go U
Saratoga or Long branch," and the two
citizens went out. bdroit Free I'rcss,
Something About Saddle Horvs.
The most desirable points in saddle
horses are what are known as saddlo
gaits, the most ueful, and, therefore,
the most Important of which is the walk
the gaits, although common to all
horses, are what are known as saddle
gaits, in the tnoM import a tit f which
there is as wide a range of excellence
as at the faster g:iits of trotting and run
ning. The average rate of speed at
which hordes walk in harness, or under
the saddle is probably im more than
three nul"s an hour, while a reahygooi
walker can cover live, aiel in rare cases
six miles under the saddle, being the
easiest gait u both horse and rider,
such hordes will make wnndcitul jour
neys without ditress, What is known
as the fo trot i-; aUu a very desirable
gait, and is ea.-ilv taught to most horse
by urging them slightly bevond a walk
aud when they strike the rig'it gait bob
them to it; it is a trille faster than the
walk, and a near approach to the single
Nearly all saddle liorsca w ill take a
few steps to thu gait when changing
from a walk tu a Hut, but will not keei
it unless trained to it. The speed dif
fers from four to seven or eight mil
per hour. Horses will learn to like the
gait, and it is an easv one lor the rider,
and next to the walk tho nest long-itis
tancc gait. Single footing is nearly tin
same as the fox trot, and is an exact in
tcrmcdiato between the walk and the
trot, each foot appearing to move in
sort of go-as-vou-ploa.se manner, am
considering that it is an exceptionally
easy gait for tho rider, and that an av
erage Hlngle looterwiii cover nine ort
miles per hour, it is worthy of cultiva
tion. Tho rack and pace aro nearly
alike, the only dillerence being that lit
the former the hind foot reaches tho
ground a trille in advance of the fore
foot on the same side, while at the latter
gait the feet on each side move exactly
together 11 purely lateral motion, ti
ther tho rack or the place is much inoro
desirable than the trot under tlio saddle,
and the pace is al least as fast, if not
faster, gait than the trot. In addition
to possessing all of the above saddlo
gaits tho model saddle horse should bo
level-headed, courageous and kind, am
should be an active, and easy mover at
any gait, haven sensitive mouth, respom
readily to the touch on the bridle rein
be surefooted, able and willing to trot
gallop or run, us required, nnd, above
all, sound upon uis legs and perfect lu
He Votod "
A certain bill before tlio recent Now
Jersey Legislature was bitterly opposed
by a certain member. All of a sudden
he changed about aud votod "ayo!"
in tho Heartiest manner, x hit wni n
surprise to his friends, uno of whom de
manded an explanation,
"Wnv, l totally misunderstood the
Din," no replied.
"Why, I thought It was to be t law
to oblige all guardians to furnish reports
totno necretary 01 Mate, wiaio it turns
to be a bill to gobble any portion of
tho estate which nas heretofore escaped
Ulu-nV'- Wall Utiwt Xcwi.
W. F LaHiumm. river eifitorol I'lil ItLI.I.ITlH
and ateamboat parsanxnr agent. Orders for all
klnriaof meanihoat Jon piinllug aoltelterl. Office
at llowur'a Kuropeaii Hot':). No. TJOliln levee.
The W. I'. Halliday left St. Louis last
veiling for New Oilcans. She will report
re to-morrow morning.
The Thus. Sherlock the biggtst boat of
the Southern Transportation line is due
thin evening from New OrleanB.
The ArksiiBae City from Vicktdjurg pass
ed up for St. Louis last evening at 0:30.
The Mary Houston from New Orlesns
arrived here at 5 a. m. yesterday. She en
countered storming weather every day since
she h it, departed for Cincinnati at 5:20 a.
The Hudson from Shawneetown passed
up for St. Louis last night with a good
The Andy bauin from Memphis is due
this morning for Cincinnati.
The Cons. Millar 1mm Cincinnati passed
down last night with a light trip.
The river marked on the gauge here last
tvenit.g .'51 feet o inches and falling slowly.
The H. It. Springer on her way to Cin-
:innati from New OrleanB struck a snag a
Miort distance above Vicksburg on Thurs-
lay niiiht what carried away her starboard
wheel shaft and outer guards entire and is
coming up slowly on one wheel.
The towboat Charley JJowen No. 2 ar
rived here last evening with two empty
Kctneinbcr the Andy Baum is the only
boat going up the Ohio to day and W. F.
Lambdiu, Passenger Agent, will secure
good rooms for travelers who may procure
tickets of him. . '
The Ariadne which has been running
from Evansville to Cincinnati recently
caught tire in her hold and was scuttled at
Flint Lland in order to save the boat.
The Charles Morgan left New Orleans
ast evening for Cincinnati.
The B. S. Khea the boat that tackled a
cyclone and got off with it in good shape
is due here this evening from Nashville
and will depart on her return trip at 10 a.
in., to-morrow. W. F. Lambdin, Passenger
Agent, will ticket you to Nashville or way
THE GREAT GERMAN
liclK'Vr im l cues
II HUM UK, TOOTHACHE,
Scranett, Cult. Bruiiei,
Ill HNS. M ALUM,
h hull .jnraumrmimni. It
4 : ;
Kith 1 i
And all ntlur tHilily Hi.'hi
FiFTT CENTS I BOTTLE
iM hy all Ini(ii!l"W and
lumen-. Directions In 11
The Charles A. Vogeter Co.
i-u-wmw '.I.Lk "''!
Ilultlniure. 1l., I'.N. A,
Atlanta. ' a.. Anrll 17. lew.
In 17H I waf the Tirtiin f a lerrltile Blond I'dl.on
atiil niter Im Itik treated by tliree l'hjli tana wa con
tlni ti to my hed, not alilo to ralan mv hani to my
lieinl riilttinv up flou of blood, and reduced In
weight frnTi ISISioVIO n"nndi I then beuln the
un'ol hWIFl'S St'KClKIC, and tu leaa than three
ntomlia I a eiitliely well, welnhed l:l, and have
liever had a a mptom of the illaeae alnco. If It
had not been for Nwlfi'a Sin-cine I believe 1 would
navi te en iu my travu. .iwis v. Blsuor.
TIIIKU II T aP'.INO TWO V EARS WITIlOt'T Rtl.II v
Mecurlai Idienmatiam nuidu mo a crlnole. Afic
tryiiiir Hot prini! two yearn, and theMerrnry and
l'o a-li trtatment until I a aakolvtou and tuiahle
io no a'jyuiinir, l wa prevailed upon to take a
conrne ot S. 8. 8. After taking three bottloa my
annuli'i' heuan to Improve, and I Bullied Beth ran-
'illv. When I had takeu twelve botllm I folt aa
well I ever did It la now twelve montha since
i H'ok h. f, rt. sty health and uppelito are Rood
ami i uiu an e loattena lo an too inialueta I ca
P'V. CU. BKKU.
Hot Hirlr.ii, Jan. 1, 13.
sfc 1 I K 10 HI.WAHI) will bo paid lo any Clicmlit
tfl,iir Wmwni flnd.on analyalaof 10 1 bottle
h 8. S , one parltrle of mercury, lodldo potaaatum
or niijr iniiiHrni aiinaianre.
TUB SWIFT Hl'KClKIC CO..
Drawer 3, Atlanta, (a.
Our lit lo Hook tuidled free tu applicant.
"aViSri Cairo, Illinois
DKY GOODS and NOTIONS
a full lino of all tho Intent, nowett color
and quality, and hum manufacture.
Hodv llruaaela, Tipealrloi, Irgrami, Oil
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
'I'hla 1)' partment occtiplet a full door and
la completu lu all reaiincta. Uooda are
uuaratitvud ol latoat ttylo and boat ma
terial. Bottom Prices and Flrst clatw Goods
i I tii!!
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Baa Nwn lo frwjuontly aud aaUafactwfly prorea
Uut It aeema almost auiwrfluoua to aay anytulcir
more lo their favor. The lmmenan and oonaUotly
locrwwlnfr demand for theui, both In thin and fore lira
couutrtea, la the beat evidence of their valua. Their
ale today In the United HUtt hi far greater than
aay other eathartto medicloe. Thla demand la
not epaaiuodic. It La rorular and atuady. It la not
of to-day or yeefirday , It la an lncreaae that ban beca
tcadily KTOwlwr tor the Ut thirty. five ynara. What
are the reaauua fur UUa gntX andgTOWiJigdema&df
I)r, SrhPnrk'ii Mandrake PlllaconUin no mer
cury, aud yt they act with wonderful etfect uiion
the hver. They cleauae Uie atniuach and bowela of
ail lrritattur nutter, which, if aUowed ti reiualn,
polaouathe blood, aud briiiKS ou Malaria, Chiila an 1
Fever, and many other diaeawe. They rive bealUt
and atramrUi to the dureative ormna. They creata
appetito and Kive vuror to the whole ayetem. They
are in fact the medicine of all others which ahoul l
be taken In times like the present, when umlarulanJ
other eiidemi( are rairtiur, aa they preparu Uie rya
km to ronat attacka ot cbteaee ot every character.
Dr. Hrhenck'a Mandrake Pills are sold by all
drwnntn at 25e. ir box, or tieiit by mail, ;ioMaid,
on receipt of piics.
Pr. Hrhenck'a Book on Consumption. IJv.
rr Complaint and Oyaprpain, lu Ewrui'b or
Oerroan, la eeiit ftrf to alL Addreea Dr. J. U.
Ht'llKNC'K A- 8(N, Philadelphia, Pa.
AND LACK VITAL. ENERGY?
HDtiourothur hiectro (jhU
vhdIc nnd Miu.tittc A(pH
ant nnd Gtrraents arH
, urCDrfor irvniiLell.
It y, harulyttid, itnuniHtism
of Villi! tnnrtt7. ()trwork
ed Itrnln, WahIl buck, Kid-
Hf, liver, mm torartca
conspUlntd, nnd KreHdit
HppltAnrM are t lie
wry tulen im
tirnvBd. nnd n
from rMtltmiDd all
otbr, aa tbujf
Held, cnn wing DO
nores, Dor irntit
tloQ oftbe nkio
can b worn at
rk ah wll a
t 1 to wHirtr.
?Dt fiUufba of all
it of tt Qiht. lu iiw for MEN ONLY Ht oqch rtarb
tba atwit of disHM, an they net dlret't tMQ Nwrvoui,
MiiaculH. and (i'iiratiTa tiir, jwlilr rtorinii
the vitrtlny wliicti if Klwtrlcity drtiini from thfim
tHm by eirwiw or lodKcrotlnn. thy thua In a natural
way OTArcoD the weftkocM without druortn th atom
neb. They will t-ur tvry ciw ahort of atnu-turtil d
(WoeratioQ, and we are iirepftred to furnish the moat
emphntic and abnltit proof to anpr.ort our clalma,
llluatratd Putuijblvt Free .or -ot fwr.M for 'c poataun,
C:ci.UU.i:& f, AMERICAN GALVANIC CO
fret ft Isr.ul 31 2 N. 6th St.. St. Louts, M
aH I "' SOUAkl
UPRIGHHoct l;ui i.
It an Id
CHAPEL OB GAM.
nnttNMin ft Co , 1J
V. ,tl.lliK'.. N. V.
T.LOUIS &.8T. PAUI'
PACKET COMPANY'S I
E:::;:l: lt-jKCrtSU,! m Use a-
Fine Side-Wheel Passenger Steamer
ttwMH 8T. tons. HANNIBAL, QTJINCT.
K.KOKUK. HURLIN0TON, KCXiK ISLAND.
DAWN PORT, CLIN10N, DI'BUdUE,
LACR088K. ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Ht. I'.ml I'liekfifllnu'BlSt. Louis vrMondr, Wed.
ndnriml Kr;ilHy, . 4 p.m. Qulm-r i Kmknk Pack"
et. I,.,ib si. I.oiil iliilly, Hiindny eieei tml Ht t p.m.
Escaraion TtcketaHt low rutwa to Ht,I'aul, Lake
MlniiMimkaaniliill NiirthwrnSiimuiMr ltmoru. Direct
ani ehwiiiml mute to Diilcitit.Munliinnuod Manltorm,
Kor Illmi ruled dul l" Hook, time lublm, inuuwaaer
and IrtWtit riitiM.ueilothHrlntnrmHlliin, nditnii.
ST. LOUI8 BT.tAUL. PACKET c3.
WharfbiMt fiitlOll'hu hi I.olUH. itflt
1 lie Hue passenger aud Ireight steamer
Leaves Cairo tvery Weilnosiluy evening for .St,
l.nnls. Leaves ft. I.nnla every baturday evetilng
lor New Madrid and way landings.
Bhop on tlalllday Avouuo, belwoen Kniirth and
Klxth otruots, Cairo, Illinois.
larAll kinds ol light and heavy hlacksmlihlng,
wagou and carriage work don. In t lis mot woik
manlike mauner. Horse shoeing a specially and
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ra-jtUfJJ .... MJJi4r
Kitw drops applied to the surfiwa will Penetrate to the ver Bona,
uid aliitost Inatantly RILIEVE PAIN! It will not Boll Clothing-,
r-'i uu"" Hm, or leave iiuaiireeanie enecia m ny Kraii. It
""!?q ?(,rAI,f "r"'n Ciwot Rheomatlam, Spratna. Brnlwn,
5titf i"int' NenralaU, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
Sor Throat, Faina In the Limha itIu any Liirt ut tlio Syflom
mid is eiUiUiyetiii'acioui ror uli
reipurniK a (Hmeiiui uiuuiivu Biuuuiaui. oae Sterreirs Almanac
.Vsk yuur Vninaht tor It. Price, to cU per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MXRRELL,
WtoleaiUe Pnnnrtat, 8T. LOUIS, MO
Attor a Rainy Kide a Country Pliy.si-
cian Tens wiiat lie 'Uiinks or
I 'viph to graclona some people would learn
when they need a doctor and when they don't,"
eic aliucd Doctor K , aa he entered h la bouae
In a cojey little village lu tho Interior of tho State
of New York, after a tedloua night ride for many
toilet. I have been down amoiK the mountain to
eo a man, who the uicficugcr ra d. waa very lick,
and not likely ro live 'till momluK, u alecs he bud
Immediate bulp; and lound him fufleriLg from a
rahur chirp utiack of cole, which hl family
mtuht have relieved lo tan mlautea, If they bad a
gruln of eenne and two orthre aimple remedies In
the houe. But no; ihiy muat iemln ignorant as
pi'r, au I wu n tho leant ache or paiu takes thorn,
send for a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
Why Doctor, what kind of ttliuplii remedies, as
y )U call them, do you expect people to keep lu the
houieV akud his wlfo, aa she poured him a cup
I f hot tea.
"lu this cane,'1 annwerea the Doctor, "If they
had only put a BENSON'S C'AI'CINK POHOL'S
l'LASTEH on tho man's stomach, ho would base I
been u.l nUt lu a hour, and raved uie a dreary
Iu all ordlnar. complaints It cures ut once.
All diseases are olimtuated Iroin the syslcn by
whut uiay bo rouu'hly called expulsion or extrr
t ou, or by a uuiou of tho two proceeiea, IK'n;
sou's Plaatur promotes both. It incite the torpid
organs to act, and lends ra heatlnc soothlns In
flueuce through the myriad porei of the akin. All
other planters oblige the patient to wait. They
givi-hiiu hope for to-morrow. Benson's plaster
give htm help to day. Which Is better, do you
think! Buy tho CAPCINE and keep It In the
houae. Price 26 cent.
Seahury 4 Johaion.t'hemlsti, New Yoik.
CPr A MoNTU and BOAKD for three live
VV't Youuft it en or ladles In each county. Ad
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is AVAL BATTLES hTu
riy LDWaKDHH H'KN. Med cal Director f. S.
N. A'lhrliliiig faior al liisiory of the World's
gn-ut Se fight, with si eclmen of Naval Ardi-
tuctiircor a:l ajea. A record ol omlerful Ex
l loits more lnterestlnc than fl, Hull. I'ric.e oul
! It s.'lis everywhere. AO KXTS make Sl'M).-11
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J C. MoC't'HHY & Co., fhlcugii, III.
HIS LIKE and CU HACTEIt. MyC. Edward Lest
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"lhe Napoleon Dynasty.'1 etc Illustrated. Ta
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rontagi.- stamps taken. Not sold by dealers;
prices too low. Also tho following, lari type,
Life of Alex. II. Stephens, K.'c , irc aim 8!tc.
Lite of Washlngiou Irving, by Stoddard, Be.
I.ilo of Sir Isaac Newion, by .las. I'arton, - - 'ic.
I'.lp Van Winkle, by U'asbliigtoR Irving, - -.'c.
Burning of Koine, by Canou F'arrar, - :c
Americun Kumoiists Artemus Wird, . . c.
Knoch Aiden. by Alfred l emiyson. Jc.
Deserted Village,! lie Traveler, (iolsmith. c.
Cotter's Saturday Mght. etc., Hubert Burns. -.'c.
t-chl ar's Song of the Hell, . ml other Poems, -,'c.
The Sea Serpeuts of Science. Andrew Wilson, -ic.
U'or!d-Miahlng. by W .Mattien Williams, 2c
JOHN B. AI.Da.N. Publisher, 18 Vesey St.. N. Y.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Has been so frequently aud satisfactorily proven
that It seems almost suiwrfluous to say anything
more in their favor. Tbo lmmenso and cnustautly
Increasing demand for them, both lu Una and forelKu
countries, is the bent evidence of their value. Their
sale today luthe Uulted Hlutttt la far greater than
any other cathartic medicine. This demand la
not tpaauiodle, It is rwular aud shady. It la not
of to-day or yesterday, it la au lucres' that has besti
steadily irrowhur lor the laid thirty Ave years. What
are tho ruaaousfor this great ami growing duinandf
Dr. Nrlirnrk'n !liindrnkr rillNcoutaln no mer
cury, and yet they set with wonderful etlect Uiou
the liver. They cleause tbo stomach and bowels of
all Im Latin muttur, wlneji, if allnwod to remain,
lolsoimtlie blooi, and brlmrs on Malaria, Chills and
Fever, aud many other dlsca-.. 1 hey irive hoaltb
aud stremrth to the digestive orgius. They oroata
apatite nd Kivo viiMr to tho whole system. Tliey
are In f. uit tlin medicine of all others which should
betaken In tunes likuthn prei-eut, when lualanaland
other ujiidi-itiics are rairinir. aa they prepare the ays.
teui to resist attacks of dlseaso nf every character.
Ir. Nehrnrk'M .llnnilrnke Pill, are sold hy all
druuviKts ut 2."c. ir box, or aeut by moll, poatild,
ou receipt of price.
Dr. Nftirnrk'n HnoU on ('on-,iiiiipllnn, I.I v.
rr Coinpliilnt and DvKpepitlii, lu KiikIihIi or
(lennan, la sent free to all. Aipiniw Dr. J. II,
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Decided oplr.lnua cxpn-srert in language that can
be undnMood j the promptest, fn'leit and most ac
cural liitclli.isuce of whatever In the wide world is
worth atte, tion TfiiU m what everybody Is lur
to llnd In any edit on of TIIR HLTN. hnoscriptlon:
lUiir U pages), by mnlKtVvc a month, ar (a SO
a vear: Mtndavoi nffr.i. tl '.iOti.'p vnur
(8 pnyem, $1. Ml per year.
I. VV. K (il.ANl). pnbllsber, New Y rkOlty.
DiVOIltKs.-.So pulillclty; resideut of aay
Mute. Desierliou, Non Suppoit. Advice and
aiipllcatlcns for stamp. W. U. LEE, Atfy, 2X9
Broadway, N. Y.
WE "III T tin i.ir r.rd tnr n cM ot Urn Cnmpklnf
pN.fwpilft, Sick H t.lKli, iTKliitminQ.Citittipttlun orCoUv.nM,
w cKiiuut cur wiih WV.e, V.n.Ki.l. l.l,,r l illi, whan U, dir.
IIODltrt ilrlclly cnili.d wuh. Ttiy trt pur.ly v.gtUM, tii4
O.ver (ll 10 five ulMu-lion. fzkr CoUJ. Ur, b. I.,, ,1.0
Ulolnr , ,,ils vi ,,o. Kr un by ill drotl.u. M-.r. of
ciMii,trfiu ttid im,i4iium. Th yiiii'it nikniilAtiir.J oiil b
Jnll.N ('. Wlt a I'll, Itl A IM W. MIImh M., ChuM
trw liial uttjy kiiI lyu.ail .r jpa ,a u m nlof A ..m iiu,d.
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Dk i' ('. Wr:sT'rt Nrkvk and IIiiain Trkat.
mknt, ii guaranteed Fiwihp fur Hysteria, Dizxt.
phmh, ('ouviiIhioiis, Villi. Nflrvous Neurulia,
HeH(lupie, Nervous Proslmtiimt-auserf hy the use
ofaleoliMl or hibaoco, Wukefulneaa, Mental L'o
pnwhiun, Softening of the Drain reuniting in in
sanity ami li-ailing to mi wry, decay and tWtb,
I'rematuro Old Ago, llHrronnesa, Loss of power
in either sox. luvoliiiitiiry Lswmw anil Hpermat.
orrhdn f-nused bvovor-excrtion nf theliruin. self.
abusn or over-indtilirenco. 1-ach, box contuuil
one month's treiitment. jl.Ui a box, or six boxes
for J."i.mi, sent by mail pmpaidon receipt of price,
Wrl Ol AHAXTKE MIX BOX KM
To cure any cnno. With each onli-r received byui
fur six boxes. Accompanied with 'i.ll, wo will
sonil tbo piireluiser our written Kiiarnutiie to ro.
fund tbo iiiiun y if the trwitmeiit dow) lioteflect
a euro. (iusrauHnti issueU only by
HAIiRY W. SCI1UII.
Druggls'. Cor. Commercial av". A IHih St., Cairo.
617 St. Cbarlos Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. raitnlar (ineluats of twe medical
rui;m-. Ihih I n punter i-ngatred In the tri l-
iiienc of I 'lirnuic Nervous, S-liin ami
.tlooii liKcc's than uny olio r jiliyslclun In
St. Loon, ns eliy imiimt-. L mid all old rest,
ilenis know. I i in - u 1 1 I, m t oitieeor ay mall,
iree un.l Invited. A irleiully talk or lili opinion
cots iml hi nir. W hell Ills Incon veil but to vial t
the elty .nr Ireiuioeiit, uiedlelnea cull In-sent
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tinted. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
ofTections of Throat, Skin and Bunea, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poi&onin?, Skin Affee-
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Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cues from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident th.it a pliy.leliiii paying
psrtleuini alteiitl'iil to a lii-.i ol eaes altiilni
meat xkill, ami pliyslclitn-. lu reirulnr practice
all iivit the ciniiili v kimw lug till-. Ire, ;UHiity
rei'iiiiiuii inl eiin'Slo the nlilcM olllce III Ani'-rlea
win re every kmovu uppli.iiice U resorted to,
and the pt-ovoil irrMiil rtiiiilitii or all
au'i-i ami countries are lined. A whole bonus la
ii-e,l inroitiee piiri'ii-i'ii, ami nil are (rented with
kill In a reipietiul n, miner; ami. knowing
w hut lo iln. no expeil uieiiti are ininle. I Mine,
rniiii'. ol Hie kreii! nuiiitier applylnic. the
cliiiiiii'S nre kept Ion. often !ir than Is
ileuiiinili'd hy nlliers If vou see lire the skl'l
ami k-et a i Ij imd pei li et lil'o cure, that Is
the liiipni'iiiiit limit! r. I'slnphlet, M pugea,
sent to any u'l'lrcjn tree,
pLms. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. IpagFs,
Klsirunt elnth and cilt binding. Healed for SO
cioiN in m.tuh'e or i-iirrency. Iier liny won
I'errul pi n pleluri"., true in lire, article on the
fnlliiM luu Mibce.. Im inn) marry, who not;
vhvr I'ret er nu'-to miirrv. Who marry llru
-lillllnxel. nlnnnhiHiil. I'llV-lenl (lei'llV. Who
Ilioiild iniiri'v. Mo life ami haptilne. may lie
ncreaei, 'rhoe nnirrleil or cont.inlihitllitf
Uiarrvlnu "lioiilil rend II. it our lit to lie read
ny all ml ii 1 1 person-, then keit iimler lock and
ki-y. 1'iipiil.ir ed I Hon, siiine n-. l.ove, but paper
rover nnd linj piu'e. i ceuis lit mull, lu mouejr
N,'iuoaone, (iniw Norvo-Llfo, Htri'imth nnd
X'laon li .i pn-dtlM' rtwtoi'HtlvH for lhe Ln.e of
Mimlv Viiroi-In Younir, Middle-Aged and
Old Men, im iiiullei' moil w but eune. In Ner
voua Debility, Exhaustion, Impotancy,
Seminal Wsukm aa, iiml kindred iilliiienta,
thU Btindard Rnmeily la n certain cure.und
to all sui'li sulleiers, wliosetid a slntenieiit of
tlicli- trmililes, a qtmntltv atiMleli'iit to provj Us
Virtue will be sent Free of Cost. Address,
n NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO..
P.O.Boa84a4. St. Louis, MCH
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