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DOG TOR DOG.
How aa Express Maasanger "Recovered"
a Lost Packago,
Mr. James C. Edwards, who in now a
wealthy ami prosperous broker of Third
streot, Id this city, says the Cleveland
Herald, beyati hix career of manhood
as an express messongor on one of the
Illinois railroads running to and from
St. Louis. While quite young In the
service, he gave evidence of that quick
Cerception and prompt decision which
ave since, when applied to higher
walks of lifo, earnod for him the high
reputation which he now enjoys, and
which Jay Gould may yet live to envy.
And, strange to say, us' illustrating the
humble origin of grout events in human
as in national affairs, the inspiring cause
in tlio case of Mr. Edwards was a dog.
In his capneity us express messenger,
Mr. Edwards Find been made the custo
dian of a line dog. which Imtlleiin ship
ped from Homo point in Illinois to Tao
la, Kan. At t'arrolltou this animal,
which had been tethered to tho ring of
the safo In the express car, broke from
bis moorings just as the tritin was about
to start, and el wiring the platform with
a bound, was soon on Ids witv across a
wheat field. Mr. Edwards pulled the bell
cord. Tho conductor asked him what
was tho matter. "See that dog run
ning off?" " the dog," said tho
conductor; "wo enn't stop a train for a
dog." Soon went the train, plunging
ahead at tho rate of thirty miles an
hour, and at that speed nearing tho
point at which Mr. Edwards must ac
count for the dog intrusted to his charge.
Visions of an enraged superintendent
and a grand bounce rose ln-foro the
youthful messenger, when, suddenly
glancing at the way bill and reading:
"One Dog-Paola, Kan."
a bright idea struck him. It was not a
Iiointer dog. a suiu r dog, a Newfound
and do;:, but simply a dog. No de
scriptive list accompanied the canicular
consignment. The clouds which had
lowered upon tho brow of Edwards
rolled awav as if blown by a inagie
wind. "I know what to do," said ho
to tho conductor, to whom ho had pre
viously related his dilemma. "Row
soon will we be in East St. Louis?"
"Due there in nine ininutcsand a half,"
said the conductor. At the end of tho
period named the train rolled up to tho
railway depot. There was a head stick
ing out of the express car; it belonged
to young Mr. Edwards. "Look here,"
said he U an Irish laborer who was
standing on the platform, "got any dogs
here?" "Yes, bits of 'em running round;
there's half a dozen in sight." "Catch
one of them and give it to me, and I'll
give you half a dollar." Done almost
as soon as said. The Irishman handed
in a dog ami the messenger handed out
half a dollar. With the remnant of
the rope which the preceding animal
hail broken, Mr. Edwards tied the ucw
lv acquired dog to the express safo and
duly tagged him
One Dob I'aola, Kan.
Vrivitits at the express oft'ic in this
city, Mr. Edwards was able to check off
all the property in his possession ac
cording to the wav-bill. The East St.
Louis do; was dufy forwarded to Kan
sas, but whether there was any prutest
against the exchange made on the road
Mr. Edwards never ascertained. He
still asserts that while the AO-cent dog
was not as good looking as the original
he was good enough to save his situa
tion as an express messenger.
Obar.icteriijtios of Southern Rivei Travsl.
For a certain sort of a dare-devil,
blow-un-as-v oil-go air, the rivt r steam
ers that run on the Savannah bear the
ialm. lhese little craft penetrate as
tar up the river as Augusta. ,J, tuiies
distant. They are stern-wheelers, with
open decks, Hat bottom, and akin to
the tnulitioiial steamer that run on a
heavy dew. When loaded the floor of
the lower deck is anio-t 11 u li with tho
water. About an hour before the de
paitureof these .steamers a crowd be
girls to gather at the landing. The ma
jority are negroes, but there are several
whites -expectant passengers and curi
ous sight-seers among them. The nar
row gang-plank leading to the sioanier
is canted at an angle of forty-live de
grees, the bank being perhaps twenty
feet above the river. Down this plane
the deck-hands wheel on board the
freight, miscellaneous bags, boxe
crates and barrels, stoves and other
hardware, furniture, liny and grain, for
all these things the deorgians import.
At length a half-dozen mules, which
havo been awaiting their turn, are
reached, and tho crowd presses forward
as if expecting something, ten stout,
able-bodied deck-hands nro assigned to
one mule, and the sport begins. Four
seize the rope attached to his halter,
two tickle him under the ribs with rid
ing whips to make him "limber up,'
and four push from behind. The mule
plants his fore feet firmly, but with this
force Is fairlv slid down the plank and
on board, amid the plaudits of tho by
standers. After tho freight is loade
tho passengers go on board. They are
all natives, tourists rarely trnveling by
this conveyance, and quite interesting
as studies." There is a full-fed, compla
ceut old planter, who will get off at
somo up-river landing and ride to a tine
old country mansion between rows of
live oaks draped with moss; a wild-eyed
nutive from the interior, clad in butter
nut homespun, with long hair am
beard, and a ritlo flung lightly across
his arm; two or three "crackers," much
lower than ho in the social scale; and
several female passengers with no par
ticular individuality. Correspondent
New lorlc row.
Sir Michael Bass, of England, made
world-wide famous through "Buss' Ale, 1 '
will doubtless be remembered longer
. i i i V
for ills cnaritics man wr nis nreweries,
In addition to supporting liberally all
.benevolent works in Derby, he has pre
sented to tho town a line park, public
baths, and a free library, at a cost to
himself of .H250.0O0. To the town o:
Burton ho has given two churches, with
narsonaires. schools ana endowments,
valued at more than $360,000, and an
institute and club-house worth $200,000.
To Uangomoro bo has given a church
And auxiliary institutions costing
$65,000, and many other places also
have received rich gifts from his bounty.
W. t ubdik. river minor of ai Bi'uitiw
and stenmhoat passengnr agnt. Order for all
Klodiuf steamboat Job pristlng lollcitud. OBlcu
at Bowor'a European Hotol. No. 7t Ohio levee.
Tlid 0 us Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 8 p. m. connecting with I. C.
R. K. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
lb U. P. Schenck trom New Orleans
passed up for Cincinnati Wednesday at
midnight. She had a light freight trip, but
hi r passenger trip was excellcut 82 cabin
and 40 deck passengers.
The Morgan ami Hays hquabble was ad
justed by the Morgan coming out ou Wed
nesday which was her duy proper. The
Hays lays over until Saturday.
ThoUohion Kulo trom Ciucinnati arrived
here yesterday morning at 9 o'clock with
the Iilue Ribbon trip of the season. Her
guards were uearly under water and she
wouldn't take a pound of freight. It has
been nunc time since a boat out of the Dig
0. Line or Anchor Line cither has landed
here without wanting freigl t. The Rule
departed for New Orleans at 9 :30 a. m.
The City of St. Louis arrived here yes
terday morning. Her trip was lijjht but a
good cabin register. She departed tor St.
Louis at 11 a.m.
The Cons. Millar trom Memphis passed
up fur Cincinnati at 12:10 o'clock lat
night. She had a good trip.
The Commonwealth from St. Louis with
good trip passed down fur Vicksburg
The City of New Orleans iu due this
morning from St. Louia for New Orleans.
The Granite State has laid up at St
Louis mi account of high water. She will
leave on her regular hours next Wednesday
Tlie Will Kyle tri m New Orleans is duo
here to morrow evening on her way to Citi
The Ohio is falling from Pittsburg to
Cairo. It will soon be fly time with the
large class ot steamers.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port last evening 39 feet acant and fall
The Guiding Star and Sherh ck have
both laid up at Ciociona'i for the season.
The Guiding Star, however, it advertised
for excursions in the neighborhood of Cio
cinnati during the picnic season.
The reliable and popular Jas. W. Guff
left Cincinnati Wednesday evening for
Memphis and will pass here Saturday
night. W. F. Lambdin, Passenger Agent
will furnish tickets at low figures.
1 ne Oakland trom rew Orleans arrived
here yesterday with a tow of empty barges
Mr. Wm. Johnson, who is running the
ice factory at Paducah, came down on th
Fowler yesterday to look at the machinery
of the ice factory here, as the machinery
that he has charge of, seems to be a failure
it is quite likely that the company will
have to abandon the use of the machinery
they now have and adopt the same as in
A good egg will gink in water.
boiled tgj which is done will dry quickly
on the shell when taken from the kettle
The boiled eggs which adhere to the shell
are fresh laid. Alter an egg has been lai
a day or more tho shell comes off easily
when boiled. A fresh egg has a lime-lik
surface to its shell. Stale eggs are glassy
and smooth of shell. Eigs which have
been packed in lime look stained and show
the action of the lime on the surface. Eggs
packed in bran for a long time smell and
taste musty. With the aid of the hands,
piece of paper rolled in funnel shape and
held towards the light, the human eye can
look through an egg, shell and all. If a
egg is clear and golden in appearanco v, he
held to the light it is good; if dark an
Bpotted it is bad. The badness of an egg
may sometimes be told by shaking it near
the holder's car, but the test is a dangerous
one. Thin shells are caused by lack
gravel, etc., among the layiug hens.
Scenes From a Grocer's Life.
Struok it Rioh,
A dilapidated man walked into
ruisourg snoe-store a lew days ago
and said he desired to make a purchase
His need of a new outfit was apparent.
but his coarse, soiled and ragged clothes
and general air of decay forbade tho
supposition that he would desire or
could pay for a tino article. But he coir
temptuously rejected the clerk's first of
furs and tinally accepted an excellent
pair of hand-made shoes. When he hud
ascertaiuod tho price he drew from a
bundle of various articles hold toaethur
by a baiuhua handkorohmf a eigarbox,
and, quiotly oponing it, disclosed to tho
clerk's astonished gaze alwmt $15,000
in bills and coin. After somo adroit
questioning he explained that he hn
wandered away from his father's farm
ruanvyears ago, and had drifted around
the country without gathering any moss,
until finally, not long ago, lie "st ruck
it rich" In a Western mine, and had
made a fortune, of which tlio contents
of the cigar box were only a small pari.
Ho was on his way home to see his
parents, and in order to make their con
sternation and his own amusement com
plete, ho proposed to appear before
them In a poverty-stricken guise, and
not divulge his real condition until ho
had enjoyed their tears and welcome
and sympathy. Then ho intended to
complete the melodrama by "setting it
up for the old folks in gorgeous stylo,"
and the new shoes were for use iu the
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Boats, Bicycles ami Hay Fever.
Nature has resolved that all tho people
hall not enjoy themselves at once. With
the opening of the season of outdoor sports
comes the time of trouble for the poor vic
tims of Hay Fever. For them flowers have
no odir, and the summer little or no beau
ty, To snuff, sneeze and wipe their weep
ing eyes for three or four successive
mouths: this is their pitiable portion.
Whether this form of catarrh is called bay-
fever, hay-cold, rose-cold or rosi-fever,
makes no ditterence; they suffer Just the
same. 1 nereis no help in sea-voyages,
there is no help in high mountain air.
bene only lighten tho pocket and lervo
the disease unabuted. But there is a posi
tive cure in Ely's Cream Balm. We could
crura these columns with grateful lotters of
the rescued. Try it and join them. If you
continue to suffer it is becuusu you neglect
remedy as sure as it Is cheap and pleasant.
Woiik Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson fc Co.. 19iJ and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
Tho grape crop of A. Spter's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year, His vineyards in New
Jersey have so increased each year that he
has Oeen enabled to keep a stock live or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and for weak and aged persons.
For sale by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
Allen's Brain Food botanical extract
strengthens the brain atxl positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all weakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails. $1 pkg.; 0
for f ,). At druggists, or Allen s Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N. Y.
T. C. Savage, East St. Louis, 111., says:
"I sutlertd trom malaria, and Brown s Iron
Bitters, alone cured me.''
Cured When Physicians Give l'p.
"Our family physician gave up our child
to die," wrote Henry Knee, Esq., of Veriliu,
Warren, Co., lenn. "It bad hts. baman
tan Nerviue has cured the child. $1.50
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the amive-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ol tho very
tic est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
tor Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifmin rnDct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains lor Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and NorthweBt, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
turn ot Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of thi
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kisxan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent
( UEAP KXCTRBION HATES EVERY DAY DUB.
ISO THE SCMMEK TO SANTA FE, SKW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
ia the United Status. It has reached thu
end of its tirst third of a thousand years
its terlio-millenial period. TheTertio-Mil
lennial Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
there on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
of August, will be an event ot great lusto
rical as well as practical importance to th
country at large. It is intended to com
memorate the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary tf tho Spanish settlement
ot the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the celebration, will be an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources aud capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore
who are interested in either mining, sgri
culture or stock-raising will have a good op
portumty to visit New Mexico this season
as tho low tare will be a great inducement
to make the trip. The development of th
mines of this vast region has but begun
yet in tne past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
in any other State ot Territory. New Mex
ico'a showing at the mining exposition lie!
at Denver lust season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastness of its iniu
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay, This is an unfortunate error. At thu
exposition wilt be seen eauipU'1 of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and the cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, ton,
New Mexico cannot bo surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
grounds for countless herds. As the cele
bration at Santa Fe will be the means of
drawing a larger number of peoplo into tho
Territory than usual, owing to tho cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, tho Tertio-Millcnial
will embrace many features the most novel
and romantic. For instauce, throe days
the 18th, 10th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent the period
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a century
of history and progress. The throe civili
zations will also bo represented -that
which existed at the time of tho coming of
the conquerors, that which the Spaniards
brounht with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1840, These
representations will be illustrated by caval
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNK 29, H8S.
cades in costume, indicative of the several
iHtmctlvo expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, be
nU9 Indian izauu-s. races and dance bv
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in-
ubitants of the Territory: amhuscadea and
ham fights by the Zuuia. with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremouies, one
I which will be a primitive dsnce repre
senting the gods and heroes of their folk-
ore mythology; native Mexican games,
lances and juggling: original Aztec dances.
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
anees bv tho Mescalero and
icarilU Apache; exhibitions by Mexican
vucqueroa in throwing the lariat;
mounted tournament, ia cos
tumes of three centuries mro:
the Han Domingo and Handia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremouies
which would lake much space and time to
HOUND TKIP f 10.
The ruto for tho round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at tho Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
4.0, while the tare from all eastern poin'S
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs arc among the most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and cnmtnrtahle re
sort for the hot season. There is every in
ducement to go to New Mexico this sum
mer and it will be taken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportune
ity to study, under the hot possible con
ditions, the resources of thu Territory and
nvistments, and also to enjoy for the tune
the most quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who havo any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
i.g, biock raising, or mercnamiisc. these
owrato tickets over the Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31st. 037-151
T. LOUIS & ST. PAU
UKtrle-ugst fl&SSzSFJ 0. 3. Kill Um
Pine Side-Wheel Paesonner Steamers
BMn BT. IXttnU. HANNIBAL. QUTNCT,
Kty.BURUNOTON, ROCK ISLAND, '
- ,AVEiOHT, CLINTON. DI'BUtlUB. '
LACROtWB, 8T. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Ht. Paul Parket e?e Ht. Lonli ever; Monday, Wd
Dida7ndl'ridKj,at4p.m. Qulncri Keokuk Pack
ets ImiveHt. J.Mniil,iy, Knadnr iHtd. Ht t p.m.
Excursion Tickets tit low rtttrsUi Si. J'huI. Lake)
JUInnatookaandnll NnrttwrnKninnwr Kiwortn. I)lrwt
anil thwiiMwt roiit to Dnkntn, Montunnand Manitoba,
Ym Illuatrntwl (tuliln IWk, tlmn tables, pitswognr
aodfreliiht rta. aud other InformaOnn, nrt'lrtm.
,,. -81. LOUIS ST.PAULPAC'KETod.
Waarfboutfuit.nf OliruUu b T. L0U18. ilQ.
The Wonderful Efficacy ot
Baf beon w frequently and uttsfactorfly proven
Hut it mini almost luperfluou to say aoythlrjir
mora is their faror. Tha lmmonae and oonatanUy
Incnartnjr demand t or them, both in tbia and for Ufa
cotratriM, lithe beat evidence ot their Talue. Their
aeletivdar In the United la tea la far ffnntar than
any ctiior cathaxtio medicine. Tula demand la
fiat apemnodlc. it is rcKUlar and steady. It la not
of bvday or y esterday, it ii an uioreaao that nan bnea
teadlly growing (or the laat thirty -five yoara. What
an the rouoni for this great and growing domaud 1
Rr.Mrhrnrk'a Mandrake Plllacnntaln no mer
cury, and ynt tlicjr act with wonderful efToct uitoii
the liver. They olnauee the stomach and bowel of
all lrriutiiuf matter, which. If allowed to remain,
rolinna the blood, and brinir on Malaria, Chill aiul
Fever, and many othor dlacama. They Rive health,
and etrwwth to the dlgnatlva onrana. Thny croata
appetite and give Tiiror to the whole lyatmn. They
are In fact the medicine of aU others which should
be taken Hibmna bkothe prorant, when malarial and
other epidemic are raruiK. w thoy proiwre the ays.
lem to realit attacks of disease of every oharacter.
Dr. KchencU'a Mandrake Pill ara sold by all
dnworuu at 2."c. per box, or sent by mall, injetixild,
on receipt of price.
Dr. HrnrnckNi nook on Conananpllnn, IJt
or t'omplalot ami Ityapfpala, hi KiikIihIi or
German, I mit tre to all. Adiln-m Dr. J. II.
Ht'HKNl'K. ' (SUN, rhllndrlphta, Pa.
Shop oa Balllday1 Avenue, between fourth and
Hlitb. Btroete, Cairo, Illinois .
VAII kind ol light and heavy blacksmllhlng,
wagon aud carrlaga work done In the mosiwoik
maallk aaaunor. Hone hoelng aipecialty aud
r.w r,ftp anmuj .
j .i . i" . nui wo win
i fl.iTriH r ""i"v.f"ini euecia oi any lino, it
l I , I ', Cof Rh""lini Sprain, Brttfrwi.
Stiff JTolnU, Neuralgia, Lame
I . 7 revuu iu iu ajiui
;uiu i quuiiy eiueacious ror ail pains
icimnuK a puncnui umiuive niiiuuiiuii. oeo nierrtMi AlnmiiHO.
Ask your DnigL'Ist for It. Prlee M) cts
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
wpoieaaie pmriHt, 8T. LOUI9, MO
n e CHUtlon tho public aizaluat an Imnoutur who
reputation by distorting tha lllcenciare of pi patients, and gem-rally c-nnterfeltlnc the character
i nil Book, and publishing the aamu In pamphlet form mid diIIii k It out b Dr. F. T. Kmytue'a
book, r presenting the llkeneaeoa to bo case ho hat .uro'. 1 hi man Srnrthe ia located In 8t
mo., can nis rooma "Vienna ini-tltule." With tie aim and ilelibor' ion ot a counter elter
or hank bill and coin, tha man Smyth ha et sail In the rupture biialne with hi ehainelea
hireling to personate these picture frauds and falne etaiumenu or euro, hoping to eacape detection and
Dr. J A. SHERMAN'S book, with truthful photographic llkenee of patient and reliable etata
menu from eminent gentlemen, la mailed for luc. Oillcc 24 tlroday, Nuw York.
After a liainy Ride a Country Physi
cian Tens nat He Thinks or
j . i ,
'I 'vinh to gracious some peoplo would learn
when they noodad ctorand when they don't,"
xc almed Doctor E , as he enterud hi house
n a coney little villago In tho interior of the State
of New York, after a tedious night ride for many
mile. I have been down among the mountain to
ee a mun, who the mesinnger ta d, was very lick,
and not likuly ro livo 'till morning, unless ho had
mmedlate help; and lound him antlerlng from a
ra her sbnrp attack of co le, which hi family
might have rullcvod In ten minute. If they had a
grain of sense and two or thro - limple remedies In
the lmuu. But no; thy must remain Ignorant n
pigs, and wli. u tho least ache or palu takes them,
send for a doctor, whether they ever pay hlin or
"Why Doctor, what kind of tlmplo remedies, aa
you call tin m, do you expect people to keep Iu the
honset" asked hie wtfo, as she poured him a cup
of hot tea.
'In this case," answered tho Doctor, "If they
had only put a BENSON'S CAI'CINE POROUS
PLASTKH on the man's stomach, he would have
been all right Iu a hour, aud raved mo a dreary
In all ordinary complaints it enres at once.
All disease are eliminated trom the system by
what may be roughly called expulsion or extruc
tlon.orby a nulon of the two procesee. Bun
son's Plaster promotes both. It Incite the torpid
organeto act, and lends rs heating, eootbluii in
fluenoo through tho mj riad porei of the skin. All
other plaster oblige tbe patient to wait. They
giv! Ii 1 in bopo for to-morrow. Benson's plaster
give him help to day. Which ia better, do you
think? Buy tho CAPCINE and keep It iu thu
house, Price 45 cont.
Sealiury it Johnson, Chemist, New Yoik.
of Standard Hooki, many of them tbe het edition
nnbllshed. Your choice eent for examination be
fore payment, ou reasonable evidence of tmod
faith, tho hook to be re'ur.ied at my eipensu If
not satisfactory. Hpeclal bargain this month
New publication every week. Price lowor than
ever beforo known, rangli'g from Two Cent fur
Tennyion' "Ktoch Anion," unabridged Largo
Type, to 1S for the largest and best American
Cvclopedia. Not sold by dealer price teo low.
Circular free, Mention thl paper.
JOHN B. ALDKN, publisher, 18 Veaey St., N, Y.
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l Bruin, WihV BHrk, Kid
hv. Llvnr. and Htomiioh
' complnlntn, nnd ftrenduit
I C.1XUKU HKX. 'ltittsa
Tfry iiiiMRt im-
? roved, nnd an
frombUM and nil
others, am thejr
fields, rnHin(i no
rW)ra, nor Irrltn
tlon of the akin
CAn tw worn at
work AN Wfll AS
rust only notice
Ahltt U wmiwr.
ent StAtftjl Of All
is or benefit. TUnse for MEN OWL At once renca
the sent ol dlnntuie, us they ert direct uyoa Mervoun
MusrulAr, And lienerntiTe Centers. Apeetllljr restorlns;
the vitality which Is Klectrlcltj drulned from the ay a
tern by eioens or indinoretlonn, they thns In a nulurnl
wsy orercome the weAkoess without dnikittlnK tha slom
Roh. They will cure every enee short of stniclurl de
Keneretlon, end we era prepared to furnlib the most
erapbHtto aud t solute proof to support our claim.
Illust rnted 1'HtuphlHt Free, or sent seeled for fto postAita,
ConiulUtlon I AMKRICAN OALVANIO CO.
frti I Inrlted f 3 1 2 N. Oth St., St. Louls.M"
Notti ozone, fiiow fforve-Mfn, Htronirth anil
Vignn It ii positive restorative fur the L ss of
Mai.lv Vitror In Tounir, M!ddleAged and
Old Men, no mutter from wIiiiU'uiihc. Jii Utr
voua Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal Weakness, unit kliulred nil inenls.
this bt.indard Remedy is .1 certain cure, ami
to all sni'li Miillorera, v lio nenil a statement (
their trouble, a iinantlty snfflolrnt to provj its
virtue win do aeitr Jfroo oruoat. Andreas..
o tv ii i i 'i nun mo uivun Atniirnn.
JNEUROZONE MEDICAL. CO.,
Boa 2404. St. Loula, Mo.
A Nuw and l.'ompiete Hotel, fronting on l.t vei
Second and Kailroad Streets,
Tbo Pasiungor Depot of the Chicago, Ht. I.onla
and .low Urlean: Illluola Cntral; wahash, Hi,
Louis and i'arlftc; Iron Mountain and Hnulliern,
Mohlleand Ohio; I'alro and 8t. I.om Itmiwiivs
are all Just across tha street ; whllo tha Hteatuboat
Landing I lint one aiiuaro distant,
TbI Hotul la heated bjr atnam, has atnara
Lanndry, Hydraullo Elevator, Klertrlc Ciill Hell.
Automatic Klrs-Alarms, Hatha, arxolutely mr air,
(uirtsct ewerge and complete appointment.
Hnuerb ftirnuhlug! perfect rvlcai anil anna
icnllu labia. . ,r, .,, j
I V. I'AUKKIt At CO., I
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A Imut'l'Iul iiri.iiiLf-1,1 1. .1. .......
iK(id mostly of Hssentlal Oils
'. K"own- o concentrated mat a
renotrato to tho very Bono.
Hack, Cramp., Tooth-Arh..
un ui iu uuy part oi 1110 nysicm
in me stomach and Bowels
ia iluilantlv ulillln j nr .1 A. mi itrmnn'a Ufa. Inns
n every town In the Union
1 A 10c. Smoke for 5c!
1 tr HAVANA Fll.Lku.
. Ketaileri mm one proIt.
M Sample lot of ills dell v.
ereu to any part or the
tornis, etc. SCHNUU.
BSTSmoksrsl Send us your address.
ROSE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
TKR.lt K I1AUTK, INDIANA.
A well endowed School of Engineering. Depart
ment: Mechunlr. (Jivll Knglneering, Chemistry
and liraw'ltig. I he Worcester plan. Ample man
ufie tiirlni' machine-shot., laboia orie. library,
cabinet and model. Three clHsne organized. Ad
dress, till Sept. 1, 8. S. KAKLY, Esq , fec'y.
Aller that date,
1'liKS'TClIAHLES O. THOMPSON.
A livFliriSKHH by iiddrc-slng C.KO. P. HOW
ELI. 4i:t)., Hi Spruce St., New York, can b arn
the enact cost of any proposed Una of advertising
In Aiuor.can Newspapers. ty100 page Pamphlet
WE wilt jm th abort reward for inf ctnf l.trcr CotnpUlnl
tytTtft, rkk Headjuh, InilitMloQ, Oiuttftttlon or Coiitau,
wi cftiiiiot enr wiUi WttV V "Kuttldit Llvtr I tilt, when tli direc
tion! r drift I jr eoiup!Wt ulth, They art purely vtvuUblt,
rit'verMl to gWt imUfaU ttiMi. P''Cr CutUit. l.vit (hum, coo
UlniiiR 3(i pit It, 95 frou, Kwr ut by til JruuifWU. Bewtrt uf
Ctiiuilerfciu tint I rn lull-'Oa. Tlit t-iiuiii man tilnclti roil only by
JOHN T, WKST A rn.,M A K. W. U1iu St., dhaac
k nv IriaJ packAa unt ly mail prii:d ti nrmitt-f j tout ituup.
Health is Wealth!
Du K. ('. Wcsr's Nkhvk and Hiimn In eat.
Mrnt, a guiirnntiHxl pixcirin for llystenn, I i v.zi.
noi, tmvnlHiona, Vita, Nervou Neuralgia,
lleadimhe, Nervous Prost ration caused ly the una
of ulcolml or toWoo, Wakpfulnoaa, Slentnl Dn
prsKHHiii, hoftenmg of tho ilrnin resulting in in
siinity and leading to misery, decay aud death,
l'rumntura Old Ago, HarreiinPsa, lrfisfl of power
in either ex. Involuntary lioase and Npermnt
nrrlid'a riiiistMl lyvMxertiou of tlioliram, aelf
Bbiise nr over-iudulgHnce. Each l)ox contains
one month' treatment. $l.tKla Imx.or aix boxes
fur$5.0li,8eutbyuiatl prepaid on riMipt of pnee.
GlAIt.WTF.E MX. BOXKH
To cure any cww. With eMoh order reci'ivml by Hi
for six boxes, accompanied with $U we will
send tho piireliiuerour written gtmranteo to re.
fund tho money if the treatment doea notofloui
a cure, (iiiarau'uua issued only by
1IAUKY W. SOIIUII.
Orngglet. Cor. Commercial ave. A lKlh t.. Cairo.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rvfiular (irmhiiit of two medical
rolli'vei. hn teeii li.ugor engiiKi-d III the treat
meul of t 'lironio, Nurvoim, rUiii ami
1 lion, I DImmm. tlmn any oilier iihyslelan In
Si. I. unit, us cltv I .(,.! sbsw Kiel all old rest-
dents know, ('oiisullntion ..t nltli r ay mull,
free iiml Invited. A friendly talk or hl opinion
costs niilhliiir. When II Is Inconvenient to visit
the r It y .or treatment, medicine can he sent
by mall or express everywhere. I'limlile case
guaranteed ; where douht vxlsU It Is iruukly
slated. Call or Write.
N'irvoua Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakneaa, Morcurial and other
afleetionaof Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Aflee
tions, Old Soroi ajd Ulcors, Impodimontato
Marriflfraj EhPUinatism Piles. SpeoiaJ
attention to civ.teg from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Disease a arising from Imprudences, Exoeaaesy
Indulgences or Exposures.
wuere ever) Kiionu Miiiiaort. n, rt'i"'io-ii iu,
anil the proved (rnoil ieiii.,li of all
sites and countries are used. A w hole house Is
used forolllee nirioeH, and nil are tresled with
kill In a respectful niHiiueri and, knowing
what to do. no expert uicnts are made, tluae
rouut of tlie grent manlier iipplvluu;, the
charges are kept low, oflrii lower than I
demanded Ity otliel'H If you sieure the skl't
and get a speedy aud perfect lit" cure, Hint I
the important matter, i'auiphlut, M pKe
lent to any address free.
plaus. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I A.
Klegant cloth and gilt Idiiillng, Isculed for W
rents hi iiostage or currency. Over till y won
lerful pen pleturen, true to life, articles on tha
follow ing sulijeeln. ho may marry, who not j
whvV I'roiier aire lo marry. Who marry first.
2iih(Hid, VotiiauhKM, riiyslciil decay. Who
should marry. How life and happiness niy be
Increased. Those, married or coiitenuilatlug
Piarrvlug should read It. It oimlit tone read
ov all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key, 1'opulsr edition, bhiiid hssI.iivo, liu(paxr
rover and luVpage. Uceuta by uulUiumwuolf
811 MM Kit I.AW I.ECTl'HBH fn ne weekly), bs
gin lath July, Ih8;i, and end Ivitb hupumi er. Have
proved of signal ue, ist, to stud 'tit who design
to purno their aitidlu at this or other taw chool
ltd, to those who propose to resd privately aud M.
to practitioner who have not h.id the advantage of
systematic Instruction, Kor clrruhr aipir(l'. O.
I'mversltv of Va ) to John H. Mlur, I'ruf. Com.
aud Hint. Law.
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ft 9 ROSEWOOD 1 1 Hr. p aN6,
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J 3 "JT . .'ft-Ja,-
Will IT! a
It Is n-ir.pvl.lent that physician paying
particular alteullnii to avlii ol'oate attain
Itreiit Hk III. and phvslelaiis III reviilnr praellee
all over the country knowing tliU, fieiinntly
recommend canes lo the oldest i.lllie In AiieT lea,
I I ?B,QH r ,,,"
!-l Ci tV WCHaPEl OHflAN, 70.
fell .f If Warranted. Address
ILV"V 1" h Co., Hi
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