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THE DATLY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 3. UM.
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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Bsckachs, Headache, Toolhacha, ,
Ion Tliroatt, Nwrlllnira, Nprnlna, llraalavs.
Hums. Mrnialu, t'rost lllla-e.
AND ALL Otllsll HIHIIIV PM.Sn AMI SHIM,
tola by Drugg-lala aiel lal.ra vi.rrsln-rt. Yitlj Oula ft Uiltl
l I run t lit lu II i,auuiir.
THP. I'll A Itr.KH A. VOCKI Kit CO,
BuiiniimA.vwamiu'i.) luiii.ur.. a.i.. c.. a
Tke Daily Bulletin.
Tbey Were Both Mistaken.
An nniusin7 in;iih;t t was uolicwil rtt
the Kailway Exposition in this (;ity, nays
tlio Cliiongo II raid. Wliilo a'wliiio
liaired tiiocljiinii' whs rxuminin"; oiki of
tho oll-tirut lotMtinotivt.'s a fritjml ut
proaohetl and introd ui:el iiuotlit-r oil
man, whon, tu the astoiiiuhini'iit of tho
spoctators, lxth rooohaiiit's fell upon
each other's nneks ami nearly wtipt.
Such a liaml Hhnkiii"; mid a holding oil
and looking at cadi uthttr. Then llioy
explained that they had worked togeth
er, thirty years before, on that name
identical locoinotivu. Then they sat
down on a bench aud for soino timo re
galed each other and all those about
them with memories of early railroading
in Pennsylvania. Tliey asked for old
acquaintances, long dead, or old tod
dlers like theruwlves, and told of tho es
capes they had had from death at the
switch or by the brokeu rail and bridge.
At last John mentioned about an im
provement lie had npplied to the old en
gine, away back in jxis.
"John,' said Hill in wonder, "you
must mean tho patent piston-rod that I
"That I made, said John.
'That I made," aid Hill.
"Why. Hill." waid John. "Why,
John," said Hill. "Yon must bo mis
taken." "Never." "You never had a
good memory." "Hetter memory than
vou had." "I remember making it as
If it were yesterdav." "Nonsense;
you were there, but I made it." "How
cau you say such a thing?" "I'm as
tonished at your stubbornness." "And
I at vourimpuderiee.'' "Me impudent?
Welf. I like that." "Why do you want
to rob me of the credit?" "1 don't; it's
you who are doing the robbing. I'm as
tonished at you. At your time of life,
too." "My time of life? Why, you are
old enough to be my father." "And you
lived in Maueh C'haiink before tho
mountains." "Oh, don't make a fool of
yourself." "Ob, drv up."
Hill'! Bing!! Whiz.:!! Ami Hill and
John had banged each other in the nose,
and were rolling one another about on
the floor. When thev were separated it
was found that John's fist hud teles
coped Hill's nose, and John's head had
been used as a bumper, for Hill's foot.
Just then tho friend who introduced
them said: "Why, you overgrown boys,
dou't vou remember? It was Jim IVters"
of Pittsburg, who invented that piston-
rod and put it on tne "Howler wuilo
you were running her."
"Well, I'll be danged," said John.
"So it was. Bill, here's my hand."
"I hats all right, John, lets water
Ami they watered.
Ths Action of the Heart.
As with eaeh stroke the heart pro
jects something like six ounces of blood
into the conduits of the system, and as
it does so some 70 times everv minute
and 4,'.'ix times in an hour, this implies
that it does the .same thing l'J ,H0(j tunes
in twenty-four hours. .Io.ooo.'MM) times
in a year, and more than 2,y,CMKJ.(X.)
times in a life of seventy years. Tho
mechanical force that is exerted at each
Htroko amounts to a pressure of V lbs.
upon the entire charge of blood that has
to bo pressed onward through the
branching network of vessels. Accord
ing to the lowest estimate that has been
made, this gives an exertion of foreo
Mint would be adeuuato. in another form
of application, to lift ll'O tons one foot
high every twenty-tour Hours, i ei me
piece of living mechanism that is called
upon to do this, and do it without a
pause for threescore years and ten with
out being itself worn out by the effort,
is a small bundle of flesh that rarely
web'hs moro than eleven ounces. It is
In the nature of the case, also, it must
Im) remembered, that the little vital inn
eliinn cannot be nt anv time stonned for
repair. If it gets out of order, it must
be set right as it runs. 1 ostop the heat
ing of the liuart for moro than tho brief
est interval would be to change life into
death. Tho narrative of what medical
science has dune to penetrate into tho
secrets of this delicate force-pump, so
lealouslv iruardod from the intrusion of
tho oyo that it cannot even he looked
Into until it s action has ceased, isnuver
theloss, a long history of wonders. By
means of the spvgmegrap a writing
stylo attached to tho wrist by a system
of levet'4 ami snriivs the nnlso istnado
to record actual autographs of cardiac
ami vascular uernnp'tneni.
A ladv who has been bitten by a rut
wliilo staying in an Atlanta, (ia., hotel,
bud broier lit Miill. fur ftllVniM) iliimno-ns.
If sho wins the suit there will bo a move
ment all along the lino this season, for
If r.it. bites nro worth 10.000 an oco.
mosquito bites ought to bo worth enough
10 cancel ino summer nouu dims.
An Undoubted HlesKlnsr.
About thirtr years bim i prominent I'hyslrlnn
Wih.Minn of !). William Hull discovered, or
..l. ,.i ...i .,nr i, .Mir mriiiirlmouUl research a rum
...i. ... nr Mm ihmst. cheat and limn
which waaof inch wonderful omcacy ihnt llsnou
ni.,,i . ui.i rmiutiitlon In thin country, Tho
..- - ..,.. unu wv . it ill's BAI,.
imillH 111 III" IM.MMVI...' , . ... J
HAM FOIl TDK LUNGS, mid mar bo safely re ted
on as speedy anil positive mi's (nr coiikIis, colds,
mil throat, o, bow ny an iirunamni
nnnio's Catarrh S nil II'.
mi.u U...11 k,,,.uin ri.inuilv lor alkrrh Mill nilllll
tln. itn wnil earned nnnulnrltv. R. A, Niivnifi'. of
Uvuevfi, h iihi, writes, Mrh4, lsb"i "I buys
iim'd Hurra's Oaturrh KnufT, and It Is tlio only
thiim that iloea m any Bood. it always effects-a
cur." Mold br all dniKKtwU omtywiiorq.
XowiiHliiy'aTootacliu Auodyuo eurea tnMantly.
Stag') Struck 13 .yi and Girls,
Take one of tiiese siiiiiiet'lug bovs,
who i.s ju. t beginning lo feel im ileliing
jn hU uppi I.'!), and who l as on!,- n-
centlv had a cavity iu a front tooth fill
ed with gold,, an I who keeps his mouth
ope:i tv sl.ow tlio gold until hU teeth
get unber,! rn. i i him st up nights
and burn midnight oil till he has learn
ed twenty liues'of a heroic speech, in a
dizzy iday, and he Is no good on eurth.
He will neglect business aud imitate tho
style of a hum-fatter, anil comb his hair
down on his forehead like. Booth, and
fold his arms across his six inch client
and walk slow, drugging his feet nfi;r
him, and poising them on the toe for a
second, and his eyes will roll like a steer
that has slipped the yoke, or u calf Unit
has swallowed a whole tiuiii'. '.-?
thinks it is genius, and so does the caif
with the turnip half wa down iiis
ueck. Such a boy will make his friends
want to kill him. lie will jilny us an
amateur a little while, and will' follow
oil' traveling theatrical troupe, 'get a
job handling baggage, and write liome
that ho is "leading man." lie will
be in luck if he gets a chniiee to lead
a dog for an "Undo Tom's Cabin"
With country girls of 1(1, iiniateiirtln
atricals are worse, yet. A girl who has
been told sin; in hand-onic as a red wa
gon, will go into theatrical.', and learn
apart, and when she gets so she can
come on to the Mago in the country
town without falling over herself, and
btand up straight without holding on to
anything, and go through a scene of
love making with a "dude" and say,
"No, Hennery, it cannot be. Hence
forth we are strangers. I have trilod
my ploth to a nother. (Jo! go hen-, I
say, and let mo ne'er see your faet
agin." she is all broke up for any use at
home. She reads the weekly paper,
which gives an account of the cnierlain
inent, and when she reads that "she
was lovely, and when hhe rendered the
immortal lines of the author, you could
hear a pin drop, and at the parting with
Hennery there was not a dry eye in
the house," she begins to ape Mary
Anderson and Clara Morris, and her
mother can't get Iter to make her own
Island tfo. 10.
Many old soldiers will remember
Hand No. 10, before and about which
Pop'; sat fur s i many weeks. Then it
was a great hdand. Before the war it
had loo acres of cultivated land a line
residence, a splendid orchard and groves
of lig trees, negro cabins, fences and all
that goes to make up a prosperous plan
tation. In the time of the war the
shores of Island No. 10 were lined with
batteries Mipportod by 7. men. To
day this island does not existthe place
where it stood is known by a slight rip
ple on the surface of the water. It got
its foundations too thoroughly shook up
Louis T. Sullivan, East St. L uis, III.,
says: "Browns Iron bitters is the best
medicine I have ever taken; it cured me of
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gm, rsoivous shock, at. itus Liitnre, 1'ns
tration, anJ all disehses of Nerve Genera.'
live Urguns, are all permanently aud r.mi
cally cured by AlUu'a Brain Brnin Fo'd,
the great botanical remedy, f 1 pkg., 6
S Emory' Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never f'nil6
with the must obstinate case9, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine advur
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is woithy of praise
and which really does ss recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver tOinplaiuts, Uis
eases of. tho Kidneys ami Urinary dith'
cutties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, uive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bios. (3)
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers.the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisays," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New lork, and sold by all Druggists, Is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Tho grape crop of A. Spoor'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
bus been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It lias become a ponu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and for weak aud aged persons
For sale by Paul G.Schuh, druggist.
Wohk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an otter by which
you can earn $3 to $7 eveninun, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
Free of Charge.
Ail persons sutlerini? from t'oushs, Colds
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. Kinir'i
New Discovery for Consumption, tree of
charge, which will convmco them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
aoiiar-Bize domic win no. uaii early, (is)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child BUlTerinir aud
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is iicaleulahle, It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cuies dysentery and
dlarrhiea, regulates the stotnach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, le
duccs Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Byiup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the Uuited States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents bottle.
RK HTOJIACH fi
Nollnio nhonl'l be loal If the iiotnacli, liver and
bowel are alfix tiid, to adopt tho nurs rumedy,
Horn tti.-r'n Siomai h lilt tern rUeHHra of the or-
paint "amed m-tri't other far more rurioun, aud a
delay In theri'fnri! baznrdnua. I)ynpi'intu, liver
complaint, chill and Itvr. emly iluMimatlc
twinge, kl'liiey weaklK-, brlnit hitIoii bodily
trounle iflrill' il with. I.obu notline in uhIhk thl
cflVtlve and ff ina'-teiiio.
ror ciile by all Prujinta and Dealer eueriilly.
Whoso Complexion betrays
some humiliating imperfec
tion, whoso mirror tells you
that, you are Tanned, Sallow
and disiigured in counte
nance, or have Eruptious,
Jtedness, Roughness or un
wholesome tints of Complex
ion, we say use Hasan's Mag
It is a delicate, harmless
and delightful article, pro
ducing tlio most natural and
entrancing tints, the artifici
ality of which no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent, if the
-Magnolia Balm is judiciously
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. riciilar Cirtnlouta of two mi 1 lenl
rullik'i -. In liieii Imiiri-r eii.tji j In the tr,t
IinMit nf l lirooic, ervon, t- Win oinl
Jlorvt HIsi m'-i'S thun anv other iihvslelaii In
I. I. on In, as rltv 1 1 1, . rn -Lw mi.I nil ol.l n-sl.
d'-nts k mow. Onuiitntion t mlieeor br mall,
free ami Im Ited. A frlcmliy lulk or hlx opinion
cosh iiotli Imr. h.-u It bfne'iiiveiili nt to vIMt
the city ."r tn nlnu-nt. ini illrlii. t ran lie aeiit
hv niftll 'ir i-xjirfs evi-rvwlirri'. 'nral'le re&
Kunrantet"! where iLiiil.t iNM ti U Irankly
UleU. tall or Write.
Nervoug Prostration, Debility, Mentsd and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and othrr
affections of Throat, Skin and Eones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning. Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores a?d Ulcers, Impediments to
Marri'gi), Rheumatism, rilrs. Special
attention to cea from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indu1gpfli"s or Exposure!,
It ii self-evl li-nt Hi.,' a i hvMchni paytiiR
particular atiiiiti'in to u rl.-i-i oi'eaw attain
treat fiklll. ami pliv ii lan In nmilar practice
all over th country kimwlnir thK rreiiie-ntly
recoinniciiil can-ii to ilic nMoi i.tlict' In America,
whert- every known appliance Is riorteJ to.
anil the provi'il good reiiif-fli of nil
lte ami cniiotrle, are uscil. A whole houie la
ned I'lirnlllce piiri'es. ainl all are treated with
skill in a ropectfnl manner; ami. knowing
w hat to do. no experiment lire made, t'nac
rount of the urea', nuinlx'i' applyliilt. the
rliarire are kept low. often lower than Is
demanded ley nllieri K )im secure the nkl'l
ami ft a upeei'.y and perfect liie cure, that la
the Tinpiirtiint matter. I'ainphlet, 1K pages,
aeiit to any addreis free.
Elefiuit cloth and tilt hlndliiir. SialedforW
pentu In iotae or eiirr"iicv. Over lift y won
icrtiil pen picture, true to life, artlclesnii the
ollow inn huhjeet.. . Whoiuuv marry, who nut;
whyV I 'roper aire tomnm . Who marry first,
Manhood, Wouianhoiid. PIivIcrI decay. Who
liould inari'v. Mow I lie and luiijilii""-- nniv h
Increased. Tlnwe married or eimUiuiiliitliiii
marrvlnv "liould read It. 1 1 oiiwlit lo lie read
dy ail adult persons, lin n kept under lock mid
key. Popular edit Inn, iiine n alun c, hut j.aper
rover and Ituo piiK'e. i cents b uiall, iu money
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN2 OR OLD,
WHO are miirertnu from Nanvot-a Pi nu iTV,
l.om ViTti.irv, 1.ck or Nkuvk Kohi a d
Vlima, WiaTlMi WKABNK-.HKS, n ii. 1 nil thne din ae
of a I'kkmokaL Niivaa rein 1 111 v from AaliKa and
Otiikr ('At aK. Hpeedv reller nll'l complete renin
rntlenof 1Iai.th,vioob and MAViioiiDlit'AHAMraKB.
The irrnnilcia ilneoverv of Hie Nineteenth Century.
Send nt unco fur lllUHtmled l'aniililt't free. Ail. I rem
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
Nourozono, (now Noivo-I.lfii, Sti'Miutli nml
vIkoii Is a positive rostoiullve for I hi' Loa of
Manly ViKorln Youiifr, Mlddle-AKwl and
Old Men, mi mutter (com w hut runic. In Ner
you Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal Weakness, nml Minimi uilmeiila.
this Btmdard Remedy In n certain cure.imd
to nil Mieli Niiilert'i'n, who nciiiI u atiiit'iiii'iit ot
tliflr trniihli'n, it iiimitlly siimclcut to provj lis
vlrtuo will hp m-nt Froe of Cost. Adilri'Rfl,
. n JflEyROXONE MEDICAL cdi
I. O, Box 2404. t. Louis, MO,
AD Untohn from IrclliwOnin, timi.i nr
wmj, unnirvnt, l iirlM, phjninallr itralticil, nit oniblal
Mrnrn lint's dirtlm iiraiinrlr, onn hi orrutlnlr inl yarn
DMlir urt it, will I Moin.-li miMlli lni'i. KnduriMl bf ino.
adcliun ami tlie tm. Thi MtHteal ', urn "Tbaakl
rwaorinitiD .terviiiu Krhllllr, I'htalcjil Ileesr,.
bvaollrauiMrteilfil hr THK MAUl')Nnoi.ln.vBma)
SMa ewra amired otonin rtitornlnn k full ud Mh
I Biaaaood. Hmiint, trfn, cltul;, ulMMat, MM
iaiw. tTniifftiiintinn iih uiifNiffian ftw.
TON liEUKIlT CO, 4 . UU M lof Isak
f DR. fff
Vou lie Mun. Midill
Aaod Men, and all Una
who mirr (mm rl
ItidiMrttioni will rind
Allau'a Ur&ifi Kod ilia
nion povarrui mvlgorant avar lutroductd;
vaof trntlotti br it intra li no ra latum. Trjr
It I It D.ttr fail. 1- e for .-At Drun-
SUtv or by mail (ram AlUn'a PUannavr,
" 'intgan b hi k 4 am
Tht lon of a man is
hla atrcntith. II roa
ars waaonea aows
ontlona, Allen's Brain Food will perma
nently raitur ail loal vigor, and atrenglhen
all Ilia inuacleaof Brain and Hody. $ .tifur
II. At lJfugKuta, or by mail from Allan
fha rma-. aas aussiaa
iruvxuta, or by mail from Allan a
Of ths many nidi.
dlea befnr the publia
(or Narvoue Debility
and waaaneaaoi rterte
there la nons aqaal to Allen's Brain Food,
which promptly and permanently reitoree
all lout vnror: it nomr (aila. tl oka . S lor
fi At Uruuiate, or by mall from Allen's
UruKiate, or by mall trom Allen a
For aevan years Allen'i
Brain Food baa atood
the atrougeat teat a as
to its merits in curing
Debility, and restoring loat powers to the
weakened Uenuratira Hvatem, and, in no
instance, has it ever failed; teat It (liridir
IS. A l Draggista, or br mall from Allen's
i, s i n nam rnnn
Meno sana In eorDora
eano:" "A sound mind
In a sound hody" is the
trade mark of Allen s
Brain Food, and wa as-
anre our readers that, if disaatiatUd with
either weakoeaa of Brain or Bodily powers,
tins remdy will permanently strengthen
both. II. At Druggists, or Dy mail from
Nenrous Shook, St. Vi
tus Dance, Prostration,
and all diaeasea of
Nerve Generative Organs, are all perma
nently and radically cured by Allen's Brain
Food, the great botanical remedy. Ilpkg.,
I for 5. A Druggists, or by mail from
n I IXIIIa1 Allen's Brain Food
II II ClllC botanioal eitraot
I I I I ai M strengthens the Braia
I 1 I ILI1 II and positively onrea
I 1 "fcalsal 1 W Kenous Debility. Ner-
III voosness. Headache, unnatural loasea, and
11 allweaVneaaofUeneratlveBystem; it never
11 fails. SI pkg t fur At DroggiaU. or
U 1 by mail from Allen's Pharmacy, 314 limt
Sis BRAIN FOOD
Passion brings Man
kind numberless ail
menta. foremost among
them are Nervousness.
Nervous Debility and unnatural weakness
of Generative Organs; Allen's Brain Food
successfully overcomes tnese troumes ana
restores the sufferer to bis former vigor. II.
ew torn city.
WORTH SENDING FOR!
Dr. i. ti. 8CHKKCE baa Juat ruWWied s book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
y-hich la offered FU V.K, mnnr d.to all applicants.
It contains i'i'';n.ri.rM(iii,in fon.ll whoHiipioee
theniin iv' " alllii'U d wilh.nr ': -uletn any dieeai-eof
thothmotor lnnicM. Moutlon thla mper. Addrwa
Dr. J. Ik Nt-IIENCK A N, Philadelphia. Fu.
atiMt if yM u iA , ,'li,f, i.r Oormuji iiuok.)
Hue heen more deetnii tlvB to human health and
life than war. peallienco nml famine, cnmhlucd."
Ho raid a dUlitiu'.ilaiied writer many yeare ni'M,
and It la aa true to-day as then. 'I he poor victim
of Blood Dim ae Is (Imaged with Alereiiry lo cure
thiMna ii'lv, and Ih' ii doned with loduli a lo cure
him of the Mutcnrlal 1'i'isoiilng; hill ueii ud olauy
relief, the llret breaks down his icncral Ilea th and
makes bliu a cripple, nml the oilier ruina his di
Kcrttvu oruana. To thoru utlllcti.d In thix way
Haift a rtpeclHr ta tho urcatcHl htion on ci.ri h. ainl
Is wor h moro thnu Its weight In Kold. it anihloli's
this vtetciirlnl 1'olson, touea up the fvtdcm. and
hritilie the mitl'cror liack to I'eultti anil h ppiiieHii.
Kvorv )uraon who has ever been salivated ehoulil
by al) m -ana tHko thorotich cou ae ol'thin roniLily.
.lKKKIItMINVII.I.I.TwilllH t'., (Ia.
Five yeure ayo I found on my plimliitinn a nl
ored man who wan hndly dlseaaed. Hu elated
that live tearahefnre hu hud contracted a violent
cum of Illood Poison, mid had Piien treated hy
many phylclana, all faillnit to rnro hlru. I treat
ed hi m with hwlft's hpnciilc, and In a short tinio
hn waa sound and well, a'ld has not. l-nd a sump
torn otitic dlauaao unco. D. M. Hl.UllKS.
Ouo ueiitluman who had heun cinllned to his
hod si weeks with Mercurial KhetitnattHm has
been cured cnt'rolv, unil speaks In the hlt!heat
pralaeof S. 8. r). CIIII.KH MCKKT,
Chattanooga, To mi.
81,000 1 MOW AliD!
wilt he paid to any CliomiHt who will find, on
analyali of HH) hotllea or H. 8, 8 , one particle of
merciir;, lodldu piitiiioilniii, or uny mlnotnl sub
Blitncti, THE tasVIKrHI'EClt'lC Ct.
Drawer :i, Atlnutu, (in.
(MTWritu for tho little. Iluog, which will bo
I'rlcot Hnmll alau, $1 0') pur bottle, l a no
sUu (hnldiuit double quantity) l,75 boltlu. All
UtnuKtrta soil It. 4
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Ullfllll I www
I 1 1
rzw DROM applied to the lurtaoe
.inn allnnuf lnaan, y BSai IBUI n
I J , , sain i ii wm noi sou uiotrun,
tiof discolor thsj Bkin, or lours dlsairreeabla effecta ot any kmd. It
Is-nfg-v. l.'.T '"rjLn.-ii"--'
Mil e aij4-w i.ai-1- J Urn n I n. n
iind Ih equully vtucacious for all puma In tho Stomach and Bowsla,
rcuiilrlnil A nuwsnfiilidlffualVfl stimulant. Hae Morn.li'. i i.q,...
Ask your Druggist tor It: I'rlce 60 eta
i'repari'd only by JACOB S. MERRIXL, 1(11 II L
IS KOW OPEN FOIl THE SKASON.
TERMS: $8.00 per
Xi'Vf r-fdilinjf Sprinars of coolest water fliarsfcil with liealinp; anil
enrative proiicitiea that have stood the test of moro than sixty
years' contlniial use by the liealtli-seckt i'i', or those, in search of rest
ami recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will build up the weak aud debilitated, posscases properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, aud is considered a snru cure for Chills, Ag-tie.
if im-u in inr uuig iiuwi
M). 2,'"TIIE MA0NP:SIA SPRING"
Hows from l lie recks in a steady stream, cold us ice water, aud hun
dreds drinkinjr all day from its basin fail to lower ihe water line.
This Sprinir is a certain euro for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. ,ffIIK SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this season, an I its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Hlue Lick.
The-e Springs are surrounded by jrrand inoiintaiii si'cncry. The
air is always puro and cool. No hot niiclus and no moMiniioes.
Write for Circular.
Post olllee: )
t r T l - a.i o l, ii Vf 1 ...
rope t o., in. )
Wc rantioti tho oiihllc aualm-t an Importer who
ri'pnlatlnu by l inturi in n tlio llkeiieesea of his
oi ills Honk, and puhll-uiiiK iho sainn in pnuit blet
noon, r prt'setitliin the llkenesaea tu lio essea he has uro . Una man Smylhe la located lu ft
I.ouie Mo., ra la his room a "Vlouna In-tltulo." With I Im aim and deliberailon ol con liter titter
if hank hills and coin, the man Mnyihis has suit pail in the ruplnre hiisiuesa with hla shauielens
hirelings to pcr-onalc these pi. tare frauds and fulsu atnleinents of cure, hoping to enrape tletectlon and
Dr. J. A. SHERMAN'S hook, wllh trulliful photocraiiMc likenesses of patients and reliable' stats
meiits fio:n eminent ueutleinen. la mulled for Inc. Otllre 2.1 llroadway, ,Noi York. ,
N K W A lV E KT I S EM K NTS
After a Rainy Ride a Country l'lii
chn Tells What lie Thinks of
"I -vieh to gracious some people would learn
when they need a d ctor and when they do i'l,"
exc alined Doctor H , as he entered bin house
In a cosey little village In tho Interior of the State
ot New York, after ft tedious night rido for many
miles, 1 have beeu down anions (be moiiiilalna to
sec a man, wno Ihe messenger aa'd, was very sick,
and tot llkoly ro live 'till n omlng, nulets he had
Immediate help ; and lonnd him suH'erini; from a
ra her slmrp nttaek of to Ic, which his fiunlly
mlulit huve relieved lu ten minutes, if Ihey had a
train of sense and two or Hire simple remedies In
the house Hut no, th y must teiinln Ignorant as
pli, an 1 wli. 11 Hie leitKt ache or pain liikea them,
send fur a doctor, whether they ever pay li tin or
"Wl j ii- aI. kind of simple reiiieili' S, n
you call Uu m, ilo you uspect people to keep lu Ihe
bouse?" asked hla wife as she poured lilm a cup
of hot tea.
"Iu this case," answeren the Doctor, "if they
had only put a HEN HON' rt CAPC1N E I'll 110 1' S
t'LASTKK on the man's stotnitch, he would hae
been all rlKhllu a hour, and saved mu s dreary
In all ordinary couipliilnts It cures nt once,
' All diseases are eliminated (rom tho systen by
whatmtyho rouuhly called expulsion or exlri-c-lion,
or hy s union of the two processes, lien
son's I'liister promotes both. It Incites the torpid
organs to act, and sends i s heatiut;, aoothliiir In
lluence through tho nitrlad puree of tho skin. All
other p!alerH oblige the pallout to wait, Ther
KiV'hlui bnpo lor to-morrow, liensnn's piaster
Klve la 1 111 help to day. Which Is belt' r, do you
think? Bur the CAl'l'INE and keep it In the
house. Price ''S centi
Scahury.t Ji hnson, Chemlsis, New Yo'k
10 SETS REED Si
Price only $125
H.all, "drill S450 II eeni-
l.lwl with uiiiim leakri.'
ri.leii iiriras. SjsHS
Organs for only
WO. ftpsrtal Vatfallis
mi Oiaans snt Planolort.a.
Ssnil fir mMaiimni.r prtraS
frt lnfinctniiiti fnr4s
frucwsii:ti iu)ta iiatlui. nrt
fttllrn Allowed for lis.vllD
tj,.sint, whlhr you bar
or pnt ynu trt watrom Ap
(lrH Work! IB l
hiftpluit vry lOBla
AdfirH nr ftll opott
Olin I. IUIIT, WSHIUM KW Mill.
nfS'andnrd Hooks, ninny of tliem the best editions
published. Your choice aent for examination bo
lore payment, on "easonahle t vlilence of uood
fnltli, the honks lo bu re ur.ied at Iny expense If
not sullafiictory. Special hari;nltis this monlh
Now publications every week. I'rlces lower than
ev.ir bufnrn known, ritnu'li'K from Two Cenls for
Totinyaon's "Ki oeh ArdiMi, ' unahrldifeij l.aruo
Type, to 115 for the lareat and be-a American
Cvclopedla. Not sold by dealers prices too low.
l'irc.iilii'8 free, Mention this liatior.
JOHN B. AI DKN, I'ubllsher.lH Veaey HtN. Y.
asasaai 1 mu 11 tommm wltU HTOOI,, II.k.k
CHAPEl OHQAN, VO.
PrrxiNsois k Co., Ill
West lllh Ht. W. 1.
giL' , T-rjg -m
A ioWel'flll lilepiiruHnUCOIll
posed moHtly sf fwntlkl Oils.
rhe moat penetrating I.inimnrjt
Lrnosvn HoanlwiAntpalaa thatu
will Psnstrats to ths vary Sons,
- , . ... . . . . . '
An Tnafllm Nnnaisa1.
e Hack, Cramps, Tooth-AA.
ba ur iu auv tiart or rii Kvrtasn
per bottle DaTX!" II I "'II
week; 2.00 " per day.
J. E. LEMEN,
Shormsn'e life-Ion 15
patients, and toners
lly c unterfuiiliiK tba character
form and niihIIiiu it out
ae Dr. F. T. Smythe'a
" lusvari town bi ths Union
to toll the
A lOfl. Smoke for Bel
faT" HAVANA K1I.LKL).
KnfnUf r sore one prortt.
Saniplu lot of '4H dellv.
"red tl anv oart of Ilia
lU.S fortl. 8,'nilforour
" tonne, olo. BOHNDLL A
K KAI1. InillaniiiMills Ind.
grSmokorsl Sond ua your aJJreaa.
ROSE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE,
TBRHE 1IAUTK, INDIANA.
A well endowed School of K(lnoi'rin(r. Depart
menta: Mechanics, Civil (CnKlneerliist. t'hemlstrr
and i'rawiui;. The Worcceu-r plan. Ample man
tifH'tii rtntr machine-shops, laboratories, library,
cabinet and nnnlels. 1 hreo classes organized. Ad
ilr till Sent, , 8. S. KAK I.Y, Ksii., Pec'y.
After that dale,
i'iu-:sTt'iiAHr.Es o. thomi'son.
tUVKHTISKKS hy addreselnu OKo, 1'. KOVV
H EI. I. JtCO., to Sprues St .hiew York, can learn
Ihe exact cost of any proposed lint of advertlHug
In American Newspapers. ttfW PStfo fnuiphlet
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Howard (Ulvsnlo Shteli
anil our otner klactro Uak
vsnlo and MasiMtlo Appli
ances and llHrraente are s
1 suremirefor NarvousDabll
It x. 1'aralyals, hheumatlam
nf Vltill (.narsr, Overwork
ml UriiJo, Wsiik Hack, Kid
ney, l.iver, and Htomaoli
oumpliilnls. and araadapS
d to ElTHis Hex. Thaaa
very lataat Im
liniretl, and so
from halts and all
others, na thar
iwids. eaaaios so
aorHa, nor Irrita
tion nf the ski a
ran ba worn at
work aa well as
aliln lo wearer.
to meet tha dlff hp
sut stsaiea of all
Is of Iwunllt. 'I'liese for MEN ONLY at one raaeh
the sent ol dlaenaH, as tliey set direct uioa Nervoue,
MuaeiilsMinrt (lensnitlve ('enters, stwoillhr reetorlns
thevltalltywhleti ia Kloi-tricllr1riiin?d fromtbesrs
tein liy eienss or Indlaonilluns, they lima In a natural
way overuome ttie wsiikness wttboul, druuitlnu tha stom
aeh. They will cure every ones short nf structural de
seueraMiin, and we am preimred to furnlah tha moat
amphittie nml sliMiluta proof to aiiiinrt our claims,
llluatraled I'limphlet Krea.or snot n.idKd for a poetawa,
CoMttlUUon I AMERICAN QALVANIO OO.
frit k Isvltcl I 31 2 N. 6th St., it. Louis. M".
IWawaTSIf' W 1,1 IMZ-yKZU; -bV-UZ.1
A New and Horn pie te Hotel, frontlnc 00
Second aud Kallroail Streets,
The l'asaeni;er Depot or tse Chlesiro, St. Louis
and .ow (ir leans,- Illinois Central: Wahash. Ht.
I. on is and l'aelrtci Iron Mountain and Hoalksrn
Mohllo and Uhlo; Cairo aud Ht. Louis Kali ways
are alt Just across the street; whlls ths Steamboat
1. ami 111 uis hut one square distant, .
. This lintel It hosted by 11 team, has stasia
Laundry. Jl.vdraullc Klevator, Klertrlc Call Bells.
Automatic Klru-Alarms, Balha, nhaoliitely purs sir,
perfect acweraire aud uimplsts aipuolntments.
Supurh furuishluttsi perfect nsrvios; and an mu
U I'. PAllKH'.H A DO.. tataatSMwaaj