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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1883.
rftiin; niiui uiiimiiuruiiiut
THE GREAT GERMAN
tleliavea tn? CUM J
II EiDACHE, TOOTHACHE,
8ornen, Cutl, Bruit,
And ill other bodily1 ache
FIFTY CENTS II BOTTLE.
Hull! by all Iirugaisui anil
Denier,. Dlrectluim lu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
llolllmor, 1 d IT. At. A .
JOB MOSES' REWARD.
The Daily Bulletin.
"OLD TRIM" SERMONISES.
Donoola, July 1st, 1883.
After all the deluges of rain, ravages of
cyclones and evil prognostications of tbe
weather-wine, Dougola in etill intact and all
ber citizens alive and in good health, at
least all who bava not bad a diecliarge
through the regular and natural channel. A
goodly number of Dongolans, have read so
much of cyclones, that they have in miny
instances almost become imbecile. Let a
dark and angry cloud commeucu forming
in the west, and the distant mutterings ot
the thunder be heard, and you will see pale
faces not a few, and then cellars and cattle
guards on the I. C R. R. are resorted to in
double quick fashion. It has been truly
said, " Tis conscience that makes cowards
of us all." Very many have read much
of tornadoes that any little cloud Bhowing
signs of a storm throws them into a pel feet
freeze. This is all wrong, and very foolish,
and it would idvintaeous for punu'e so
easily terrilie 1, to stop reading about storms
and quit watching the clouds, rememberin
that they are all the time iu the hands of
Him who rideth on the wings of the wind
and g ivcruetli both storm and tuubliiue.
In this world of our, it is appointed unto
all to die an 1 s when fleeing Iron the
storm or Jhe pestilence, we my step upon a
surpent whose sting may produce death, in
a few m miunts. Tis true it is our duty to
fortify ountelves against accidents that
would do us great damage and perhaps pro
duce death, but it is not our duty to imag
ine every little thundercloud carries with
it a cyclone, au l that just sj boou as it
reaches our vicinity, we must pass in our
checks. It is all nousense and wicked, so
let every one who may chance to read this,
abandon such foolishness as storm-watch
ing, quit thinking about dying for it is an
unpleasant subject to contemplate. Our
business should be, to study about living;
living right, so that when we must die we
may die right.
Rev. Diitfenbach. of the Lutheran
church, preached ou the 30th day ult., in
the Union church, in Dongola, of the test,
'Remember the Sabbath day to keep it
holv."etc. and to say that the sermon was
not a grand one would be to say falaly
Sabbath desecration is the crying sin of the
nreaen't aire. It is more heinous than all
othor sins combined, and should be preach
ed down by every preacher in this free land
of ours. We feel uuito 'thankful to Rev.
DeirTeubich fo- the effort he made to warn
the people not to desecrate God's Holy Sub
Wheit haivebt iu Union county is in the
pist and we are sure the crop was good.
Threshing Is next iu order, and after that,
to haul the wheat to ,eibauers mammoth
mill ami ui;t the liMitwt price for the wheat
But this has nothing to do with Cuhl's old
to mill that might be bought cheaper
tftin tlie one he ""Id to Poor and Davis.
Unking Use of White FolU
Out mi IVinhiM'ton s lines, mi'l m':ir
the Mini whore hi Minvmh'ivd Vicl;s
buri? to (ii'aiit. 1 (niiii' to n spot on tho
highway where the road narrowed to
about ten feet, mid just here was :t fiulcd
old mule hitehed to n wajrou loaded
with a quarter of a cord of wood. Tho
mule was ui to hLs knees in mini and
tho wag-on wan Mailed. Reining niv
horse oil' to the left l took a circuit
through the thick woods and suddenly
canie unoti a colored man sealed on a
loir and half asleep.
"What are you doing here?" I askrd
"YViutin . ' was lus prompt reply
"For what ?"
'Saw boss, did von turn in from do
"Saw a bir mud-holo out dar I reck
"Saw an olo rat cull'd mewl stuck
fast in lo mud?"
"Well, sah, dat '.stablishmout b'longs
to dw individual. v
"Then why on enrth don't yoiiettho
wagon uiii tuiu move uu w i.uwn.
"Jleknso do olo mewl won't pull, an1
hekatio Izo done tired of liftiii'. But
It's nil rlsrht. Ijosh. I isn't worried
Just tlieii wo heard the sound oi
wheels eoniinir no. and a tcnni. with
two men In tho eariinsro, had to halt
Thnv called "Niirirer!" three or font
times, and tho mail on the lojr, winked
to mo to keen miift, Koeeiviuy: no re
spouse, they got down, and while one
idnvud tho whin over the old boast, thl
othor lifted on the whoel and tho wnsrou
na nmhml out on solid trround so that
the carriage could pass. , When it was
out of hearing the negro started for the
rum n u e sure v manner, anu cnucn
led over his (tlioulder: , '
"Dut'a what I wns waitin' lur yaw
How tha Celebrated Bradford Oil Fields
Were Discovjr'jd and D:velop3d.
Job Moses, to whoso faith in the exis
tence of petroleum in tho now famous
Bradford region, and to his persistence
in manifesting bis ' fault by his works.
lea to tne development ot the territory
and transforming u wilderness iuto one
of the most populous and wealthy com
munities in renusylvunia, lias soul his
vast possessions in the region and re
moved to New York Citw Tweutv
years ago the oilexciteuiontln Oil Creek,
In the lower field, was at its height, and
Moses, having made a large fortune in
patent medicines, with headquarters in
Kochester, was attacked by the oil fever.
The symptoms in his case took the form
of a mania to develop a new petroleum
held, ami investigations led him to Brad
ford, in the valley of the Tunungawant
creek. Ho advanced the theory at onee
that there was a vast lake of petroleum
underlaying the whole region, and he
get about securing territory upon which
to test liis theory. Bradford was then a
mere hamlet of a score or so of scatter
ed families, depending on lumbering and
farming for support. When Moses be
gan his operations the business of the
Bradford branch amounted to about
000 a month, and when he made the
prophecy that tho day was not distant
when that amount would be increased
ten-fold through the oil that would bo
found on all sides of it, tho belief that
he was crazy was strenghtonod in the
r or thirteen years Job Moses pros
pected among the mountains and
through the valley, his faith never wavering-.
Then his fortune was exhausted,
and Tie had thousands of unproductive
rocks and forest on his hands. At that
time oil wells were drilled to a depth
of not over nine hundred feet, at which
depth the deposit was found in tho low
er held. hen Moses had spent oil his
money, the earnectness and enthusiasm
with which ho clung to tho theory that
there whs oil in tho region led outside
capitalists to come to his aid. In lS7o
the idea occurred to someone it is not
known exactly to whom now that it
would be a reasonable risk to drill a
well deeper than the lower region depth.
This was done, and at the depth of 1,-
100 feet the oil sand was found, and a
fifty-barrel flowing well was struck. It
was discovered then that the Bradford
oil was in a third sand, while the Oil
Creek deposit was in a second sand,
below the surface.
The strike created much excitement
in the valloy, but outsiders had uo faith
in the extent of the field or the "last
ing" qualities of the sand. Job Moses
had, however, and he was content to
await events, lie held on to his land,
aiid well after well wasputdown, every
one proving to be a good producer. But
it was not until 1877 that too persistence
and pluck 4the pioneer oil-operator in
the McKean field were crowned with
full success. Tho wells in the lower
field had long ceased to flow, and the
supply of oil depended on the pump.
Tho Bradford wells were not only flow
ing wells, but they flowed month after
month without any perceptible decrease
in their yield. The new tield could no
longer be ridiculed nor ignored, and in
1876-7 that remarkable exodus of open,
tori from all thcotber oil-fields to Brad
In the first three months of 1877 the
population of Bradford increased from
800 to 8,500 actual inhabitants, while
the transient population operators
coming and going was at least 1),000.
In March, 187, the monthlv receipts of
the Bradford branch of the trie railway
had grown to ?:l.000, then more than
fulfilling the prophecy of Job Moses,
made fourteen years before. Over $100,.
000,000 came into the Bradford tield in
four years, and all other lields were
nearly deserted. And Moses had his re
ward, lhe fortune he had spent in de
monstrating to the incredulous and
acofling community that there was oil
in the Tunungawant valley and all tho
hills about it was returned to him a
hundred-fold. Last week, satislied with
the results of his twenty vears' labors
in the region, ho sold out the seven-
thousand acres of land he still held, ami
all his other property at and about
Limestone, which place ho selected us
his residence early in tho history of the
field; and. as slated, will tako up his
residence in ow l ork. 1 ho great oil
field to tho development of which his
cHbrts directly led has been rapid v di
dining for a year and more past, i hero
Is no more new territory to drill, and
the old wells are not averaging more
than four barrels n day, and most of
them arc pumped at that. Many of
them have failed entirely, and the pro
duction of the whole district can not ho
nioro than Ho. 000 barrels a day. But
there aro stored in -tho tanks of the oil
regions over U l.Oi K), 0i 10 barrels of pet
roleum, surplus production, of which
probably eight-tenths came from the
1 j. . ' . I. . I i' .1 I t .... 1 f ... 1
west oi mo iioruieru ueio. Dimiioru,
however, will continue to bo a prosper.
ous city even after the oil supply is eii'
tirely exhausted, for industries and bus
inoss enterprises have been founded
there which do not depend on oil trnme
and operations for their existence, and
there aro vast coal and lumber districts
yet to be developed. The persevereneo
of Job Moses anticipated tne growin
and prosperity of tho entire northwest
ern boundary of Pennsylvania at least
twenty years. vorresvonacnoe a. i.
A Very Sensitive Plant.
A singular species of acacia Is grow.
ing at irginla, Nov., which shows all
the characteristics of a senslllvo plant
It is about eight foot high and growing
rapidly. When the sun sots its leaves
fold togethor, and tho ends of tho twigs
coll up liko a pigtail, and if the latter
are handled there Is evident uneasiness
throughout the plant. Its highest stuto
of agitation was reachod when the tree
was removed from tho pot in which It
was matured into a larger one. To use
a gardener's expression, it wont very
mad. It had scarcely been placed lu
its new quarters beforo the leaves began
to stand up in all directions, liko tho
hair on tne tail oi an angry cat, am
soon the whole plant was in ft quiver.
At the same tlnio It gave out a most
slckonlng and pungent odor, resembling
A Sufferer From Rheumatism,
I limped about for years with a cane.
and could not bend down without excruci
ating pain. Parker's Qinger Tonic effected
an astonishing cure and keeps me well. It
infallible. M. Uuiltovle, Btnghamton,
The Entrance to the Catacombs
is not more forbidding than a mouth dis
mantled ot teeth. This disfigurement is in
most instances, the consequences of a want
of attention to thtm in youth, but is happi
ly preventible, with BOZODONT, used as a
etun.p speaker ence urged his auditors to
vote, "early and often. ' This staple article,
is a thoroughly reliable means of rendering
the teeth ornamental and serviceable. The
press ami medical profession indorse it.
One Suffering Soul Happy.
"If I can send one Buffering soul to you,"
writes James Corbin, of Washburn, III., "I
will be happy Samaritau Nervine cured
me, and will cure all rases ot fits." $1.50.
I have been a Hay Fever sufferer for
three years; have often heard Ely's Cream
Balm spoken of in the highest term; did
not take much stock in it because of the
many quack medicines. A friend persuad
ed me to try the Balm, and I did so with
wonderful success. Tins recommendation
you can use for the benefit of Hay Fever
sufferers. T. S. Oeer, Syracuse, N. Y.
Price 50 cents.
raw! Tell vou what, boss, dar's nullln' that of rattlesnakes whoa teased. I lie
In i,i.. ri,tt a. ii.L-n l,M nn' I Biuoll so tilled the house that it was
i.i i .i!. tnnii. tin i necessary toopen the doors and windows.
. r. ... , - , -V ... I Mr! It ... - m fll an linnl" tinfiln Ilia nln-t
few font. Whoa. uar. JNBPOiooni mow "" "":'. V" r
a.n.i ,.iir uM.utmaffint" AT. Omul calmed down and folded Its loaves In
' e 1 - JBa Vrnni'iti'n W'llli. l.i'ttsr.
Bat lieen mora duatrm-tl Vat 'tn hnman Via at Irk rt A
life tban war, phiU ddc and famln coinblaad."
BO'tid a nlitlnifjl-inud writer many year ago,
.J" loiUyanthan. lb p.ior victim
or Hlooa Dltitae l druaed with Mercury to cum
the ma'atl. and ib"D doned wlPi Iodide to care
nfmofthe Meicurlal Pni.onl t; bnl instead otaoy
teller, ibe first break down bit aenera) tea tb and
ma.et uim a cripple, and the other ruin hi di
Ktlv organ, To tho afflicted In thl wav
Bllt t Slieciac I' the irnlral hnnn nn i.ar:h nrl
woj b more than It weight in gold. It antidote"
tb I .Meicurlal Pulon, tone up thai.'tem, and
ur.ua- iu" unerer uacic to I caltu aud D'plDe.
Every pertoo who ha tvur liven aallvHtvii ahmilil
aw mt i
J irrt onvii.i., Twious tV , Ga.
ored ruan who wa badly dlewid. He ttated
that Ave er before he bad contracted a vlolint
cai-e or Blood HoImmi, nnd had buen treated l.y
many pbyMclan, all rallliig to rure hlai. 1 treat
ed blm with bwlft' ipe. lllc, aud in a tliort time
ne wanounn aua well, aad baa not bad a mmp
torn of the dlsuaee unce, D. M. HUUHES.
One gent'eman who hal hon nmiiiii.il ini.i.
bed tlx week with Mercurial Khenmatlam haa
been cured entirely, and -iieaki lu lhe highest
pralie of S. H. 8. CHILES tHKKY,
Louis T. Sullivan, East St. Louis, III.,
says: "Browns Iron Bitters is the bcBt
medicine I have ever taken; it cured me of
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, jNetvous shock, m. Vitus uance, t'ros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, are all permanently aud radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Brain Food,
the great botanical remedy, f 1 pkg., 0
lor $5. At druggits.
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these time6 of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to Undone remedy that is worthy ot praise
nnd which really does as recommended.
blectric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will dn aB recommended. They invariably
cure Ptomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
asesof the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, uive thcin atrial. Bold at
fifty cents h bottle by Barclay Bros. (.1)
Die grape crop of A. Spier's vineyards in
New Jirsey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in ew
Jersey have so increased each year thnt he
has been enabled to keep a stuck five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than tour years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best pliysiciaus in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purples and for weak and ogeil persons.
Fur sale by Paul G.Schuh, diuggist.
Work Given Out. On receipt ot vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girla can do
it. II. fj. Wilkinson &, Co., 195 and 19
Fulton Street, New York.
Free of Cuarge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an at-
teetion of tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
htore and get a trial bottle of Dr. King s
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which wll convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar size buttle will do. Call early. (3)
The only known tpedjtc for Rpllcptlc FlU.-ta
sar Also for Hp asm and Falling blcknoii.a
Ncrvom Weakness qnlcklyrollevod and cared.
Equalled by none In delirium of fever.
4Xeutrallzei germi of dlacaso and sickness.
Cares nglv blotches and stubborn blood sores.
Cleanse blood, quicken alugglnh circulation.
Eliminate Dolls, Carbuncle and Scalds."
Permanently and promptly cures paralysis,
e, It Is charming and healthful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Change bad breath to good, removing caaao.
(rfltouts biliousness and clears complexion.
Cbarmlng resolvent and matchless laxative.'M
It drives Sick Headache like tbt wlnd.l
IVContalu no drastic cathartic or opiate.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing lt.tft
Restore llfo-gtvlog properties to the blood.
I guaranteed to cure all nenons disorder.
t riif liable when all opiates fall.-
Itcfrcihes the mind and Invigorate tb body.
Cnrc dyspepsia or monoy refunded."
rfTEndomod in writing by over nfty thousand
Leading physicians in IT. P. and Europe.
Leading clergymen In U. 8. and Europe."
Diseases of the blood own ft a conqueror.-
For sale by alt leading druggists. I.A0."g
For testimonials and circular tend stamp.
The Dr. S. I. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
Bt. Toaoplx, X&o. (Hi)
STAR ft M coi.01 1"
ha gnlned an I'tivlnlile
r piilallim whereve
known, dl'lilarlng a
oitmr r- paratMnis. An
artlclu of iiiidoubtuil
'I not a
LHiUlli OR HNUFK.
will be aliKorbed, eireclually cleunslug the nsl
paasnjei nl calhiirrhal virus causing healthy
crelli.lis. lr allay h fluiiiiiaildii, prelc-ta tie'
iieilirminl II inua of the head rrnm aditl lonsl
colds. c"iiiilluly hnals Ilia s irea and ruatnrn Ihu
sensn of laslo and smell. Iioneflilal rrsnll sru
renllreil by a few application,
A I IIOltOlHl fl TKKATMiCNT WtUOl'UK.
Uneqiialnd fur Cold In the Head, iluadanlie slid
Deafnors, or any kind ol mucous nieinhrnnsLlrrlM.
Hon, hend for circular. Ily mall, prepaid. M) o.
apackago-alamp rurnlved, hold by all whole
sale ioid retail druggists.
Kl."OKIiAMBALUCO.,Vwego, N. T.
rani take thorough cou e of this remedy.
will be paid to any Chemist who will find, on
analysis of 100 bottle of 8. 8. 8 , one particle of
mercury, lodldo pntaislum, or any mineral sub
stance, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua.
UT Write for the little Boon, which will be
Price: Small size, $1 m per bottle. I.a-ge
size (holding double quantity) wi. 75 bottle. All
Drngglte tell it. 4
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rifular (4rnlunt of twit medical
colleges, lias lieen longer engaged In the treat
ment of Chronic, Ncrvoim, Mtin ami
Iloott Ulseasea than anv olln r jilivslel.-ni In
HL l.oiiiii, as city ih..t shew and all old rel.
dents know. Consultation ..t oflieeur by mall,
free and Invited. A frlemlly talk or Ills oiliiii,ii
ensta nothlni;. When It lsiieo:iveiien to visit
the city .or treatment, mullein..-! ran be sent
t.y mall or express .verv here. Curni'le i u e
giiaranu-ed; where doiibt exists il li. frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration. Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mprcurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning. Skin Aflec
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Speeial
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES recoive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgencai or Exposures.
It Is srlf-pvlilent that n physician paying
particular avt t.-T.t I ii to a el:i ui raset attains
great skill, aud physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing thU, l're.iiutly
recommend canes lo the nl.lest olllee In America,
wliero every known a..llance U resorted to,
and thn proved nrxid rviuedts or all
ages and countries are used. A wtiole house U
iiM-d (or ortlee purtsi.es, ami all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and. knowing
what to do. uo experiments are inadv. On ac
count of the greut niiuiLer H..lylli tr. tint
charge are kept low, often lower than Is
demanded hy others If von secure the skl'l
anil geta'lieedy and lancet 111" cure, that la
tli Important matter, i'viuphli t, M pat(es.
Scut to any address free.
plates, j MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pa'ges.
Elegant cloth and gilt Mndlng Sealed for SO
Cents lu tage or eurreiiev. Over lift y won
derful pen picture, true to life arllvleson tho
r.illowlnir tiil.ii-et . . W lin may marry, w ho not;
whvl1 lrrotf age toinarrv. 'Who 'marry first.
ilslih.HHl. Woinanlioo.l. I'liysli al decay. W ho
aliuuld mar. y. ll.iw I He and li,i..ness may m
luereaed. Those nian li d or eonlwuiiilntliiii
l-iarrvliig should rend 11. It ouu lit to lie read
tiy ail adult persons, then ki id under lock and
I.)'. 1'iipiilar e.l II Ion. same us ul... e, hut iiiw f
rover and SuUpuge xJ ceiiu. u - mull. In niouujf
PORT (illAPE VIK
m A a--
A 1 5i';''4A w
A piiwui liil pre ihu atiuii com
iwisod mostly oi Essential Oils
Hie most penetrating Liniment
loiual. Hn hnnrDiitratad lhar
rsn vnurs suuueu to lllB Bunoee Will Pinalrala la tha nan Iflita
uu ... j nuim rami itwiu nor unii L.-mtnin-.,
imr. aiaooioi u omn, or nave aisagreeahlo effects of any kfnd.i It
Has iro equat. for the Cur of Rhnimiitim. Snralns. Xmlui.
sun Joimas nonrait, uau xiaok, Craaipa, Xootii-Ach.
Sort) Throat. Pain in thn LimKa or In anv f.urt r.r i( RvolniT.
and is equally efflcacious (or all pains In the Stomaoh and Bowala
requlrfng a powerful djffuslva sUimilant. tiee Mwrrell' Almanac '
Ask your Dniglst for It. Prlee so !u per bottle V-"
lfepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL, I O
T. LOUI8, MO
m n I
S UMMER RESORT
IS NOW OPEN FOR TIIK SEASON;
TERMS: $8.00 per week; $2.00 per day.
ov'r-fdlling Sprinffg of coolest water charged with healing and
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the liealth-Heekcre, or those in search of rest :'
aud recreation, aud the residents for miles around.
NO. l, "THE IRON SPUING"
will build up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a 8ur cure fur Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the peop'e of the neighlKirliood.
JVO.' 2,' "THE' MAGNESIA SPUING"
flows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and huu- .
dreds drinking all day from its basin fail to lower lhe water line J
'I his .Spring Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, '-THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this season, an I its waters bid . ' ;
lair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
i ue-e hpnngs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery.
air is always pure, and cool
n nit; juj- iirvuiur.
rope to., HI. f
lint nights and no mosquitoes.
J. E. LEMEN, -
Wecantlontbe piih'lc against an Impostor who is dellantlv ulill.lng Dr. J. A. Sliurmau' llfu-louif
repntellon Iiy diatorting tha llkeneesea of Ilia patlente, and generally c nuterfellliig the character
" Ilia Hook, and publishing the same In pamt lilut form and e udlug it out as Or. P. T. Sinytlie'a
,r' K proaenllug the llkennssn to be oese ho has uru'. Ihia man Smythu 1 located In ht
l.oi. IS, Mo., Cllll his rooms "Vienna Institute." With thn nlni soil didilw-ritiloa ol .,,,...,... -11-.
rfhank bill and coin, the man Miivthe has sot sail In the runtime business with Ills ahamulaaa
hireling to personate these pl.ture Iruuda and false statements or cure, hoping to escape detection and
Dr. J. A. SIIHRMAN'S hook, with trutliful photographic llkuneises of pallenls and reliable state
ments fro;n cmiuenl geutlomen. la mailed for inc. Oillco 2,1 Ilumdviay, New 'ork.
After a Rainy Ride a Country I'hyM
ci.in Tells Wliat He Thinks of
"I 'vish to gracious ome people would learn
when tlicv needed ctorand wliun they doi't,"
erc:ulmea IJoc.tor E , as he entered his tiouao
in a coacy little Tillage la the Interior of the State
of New York, after a tedious night ride for many
miles. I hare been down among the mountains to
see a man, wQo tbe messenger ra d, was very sick,
and not likely ro live 'till morning, nnluss ho had
Immediate help; and found him suffering from k
ra'ber sharp nllack of co le, which his family
might have relieved In tun minutes, If they had a
grain of sense and two or thru simple remedies In
the house. lint no; th y must rumain ignorant as
pigs, an i wh u the least ache or pain take thorn,
seud for n ilt.tor, wlietlier they ever pay hi in or
"Why Pi.e .. wV kind of simple remedies, a
you call them, do you expect people to keep In lhe
liouscr" aski d hie wile as she poured him a cup
df hot tea.
"In this case," answure t the Doctor, "if thuy
had only put a IIHNSON'S CAlVINE l'OKOL'H
1'l.ASTK H on the man's stomach, be would have
been all rlgjitlu a hour, and saved tnu a dreary
In all nidinary complaints It cures a I once.
All diseases are eliminated Irotn th i sj-sten hy
what miy be roughly called expulsion or extriC
t on, or by a uuiou of t'.u two processes. It. n
son's Piaster ptomotes both. II Incites the turp d
organs in act, aud semis I s hentlni;, southing III
fliietico through the myriad pore of the skin All
i. tlier piasters oblige the patient to wait. They
Hi v li 1 1 it hope for lo-morrow. Ilensou's plurler
give him help to day. Which Is belli r. lid yiin
think? Huv the CAl'l'lNK aud keep it In the
bullae. 1'rlcu ii cents
Sealuiry A Jrhnenn, t.'hemlsis, New Yo k.
Sl'KKU'8 7OKT (jFAPR WlNK !
FOUR YEAliS OLD.
THIS (IKI KllltATRI) NATI VIS WINK Is ma le
from the Julcu of the Uporto Urapu, raised In
this count y. Its Invaluable tonic nnd Htrcngth
tinlng propert'cw are unsurpassed hv any oilier
Native Wtno, Ilelng the pnre Juice of tl.e t)rpe,
prodiicud under Mr. Spoor' own personal supuivl
Sinn, it purity and genului ness, am guaranteed
Thi volinnst child may narliikn of Its ceiiuroiis
tiuiilllies, and lhe weak-l Invalid use It to advun
luge It I particularly benetli lal in lhe aged am!
debilitated, and suited to the variou ailments thai
all'eet thu weaker se. It la lu every respect A
WINK TO UK KUI.IKJI ON.
Spcer's P. ,1. Sherry.
The l". J. SHKUHV Is a wine of Superior l liat
aclursttd i srlakes ofthe rich Qiinl ties of the grape
frum which It la rnudn for TurHy, Ulchnoss, Kia
vo' and Medicinal rropurlin. It will he fontul tin
Spcer's P. J. Rrandy.
This IlHANDY stands nnrWaied In thl Cimntrr
being far superior for medicinal ptitpose. It Is a
pure distillation Irom the unipe, and contain val
uable medicinal properties. It has a iliillcaln fla
vor, similar to (hat of lhe grapes, from which II Is
distilled, aud is In great favor among nrst-claac
tH,'."Jli':?'..8',lhnl thu a'lrnatnre of AI.KHICD
HI'KRK, Passaic, N. J., I over the cork of each
Bold Hv PAUIi SOIUJH
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Old Men, no mill ler lioin wluilenuse. In Ner
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thli btvndard Remedy la n carta In oura.uml
loall sueli anlterers, vilio senil it ntuleiiient n(
their tronblu. (jiiantliy aufili'lmit to provj Its
Virtue will be seuf Fr0 of Cost. Address.
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10 aETSJHbbDa, mm
Price only $125
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ROSE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE,
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A well-endowed School of Kaglneoring
ments: Mochaiiles, Civil Kuglneerlug, Chemistry
anu Drawing, i no Worcester piau. Ample man
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After that ilato, '
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A liVKHTIHKHH hy addressing 4JKO. 1". KOW
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AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
lhs Howard (ll.nloHhl14
andourotnnr Klnotro tial-
vaolaand Maiiuatla Alipll
aneM and Uarmaot ara
) surucurtifnr NnrTOUfDahlU
Itr, l'aralrila, HhsumstUm
of Vital Knargf, Ctoorwora-
d Drain, Want llark, aid
liar, Llr, and Hlumaoli
' tiumplalnta, and araadapu
au tO U.ITHKH SIX. TOM
VHrV llttMlt lin.
provad, and ao
from halt! and alt
othsrs, aa thar
aolda, oaaalng no
anraa, nirr Irrita
tion of Ihu skin
van 1st worn at
work aa well aa
mat mly notloa
atila to ttiwnir.
ant atagaa ol all
K Iroirlo and M aa
Is or Iwaallt. Tn. .so for MEN ONLY at one raaoh
tlia aaal ol dlseitsa, as thuy act dlract iisn Narvoua,
Muscular, and (lennratlv (Vntam. iiMw.dlly rtorto
tlia vitality whliih Is Klaotrlelty driilned rromthasrs
leni by anwsa or liullsemiluns, Ihsy thus In a natural
tray oviroinn tha weuknes wll hunt driiaatng lbs atom
aoh. They willrura evary oasn short of atruclural da
griuaratlon, sud wa ara pranarad to furnish lhs mnat
ninidiatlo and idi.nlnta pnsif to aitiHsirt our olalma.
Illuslrilsd Painiibliit Frce.ur sent xialnd for So poslag.
Coaiultttloa I AMIRIOAN GALVANIC CO.
Frit. Invito, f 3l2N.0th8t.,St. Louls.M
r m if i
t A i.
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting on Leveil
Second and Railroad Street,
The Passenger Depot of Ik Chlcaifo, St. Loall
and .nw Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, Ht.
I, on is and PsHflcl Iron Mountain and Sootkerni
Mobile and Ohio; Calm aud St. Lout Hallway
re all Just across the street; while lhe Steamboat
Landing I but one squara distant,
- Thl Hotel la healed by steam, ha steam
Laundry, ll.vdraullo Rlevalor, Electric Call Dell.
Auiomatlo Vlre-Alarmt, Bath, absolutely pur air,
purler! sewerage and complete appointment.
Hupurb nirnishlngs; perfect nrlc and an in,
iciillud table. t .
U P. I'AltHIfilt . CO