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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, IMS.
Hht. THE GREAT fM
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Tlironl, Nwvlllnits. Nornlne, llrul.ea.
liurni, Mralrle, t'ro.l Ultra,
.D 1U IIIHKH MOIIII.V el MI A t II EM.
flolQ by Drumpal. aii'l li.tl.ra .v.r y . bwr., Kill; Cvul. buttlt.
plraolKHu lu 11 LiriKuMt-a.
THK IHHI.K A. VOUKLKIt (II.
mt. viAicuitui.i niii..rt. a... i.e. a
The Daily Bulletin.
Emory Littln Cathartic in tho best and
only rolitblo Liver Till known, never ihiIh
with the most obatinato cimee, purely vt'e
tublu. 15 cent. (1)
W. P. . vaunt, mar editor ot , m Dcllxtix
and atemboat paiaeoirer azeut. Ord.-ra for ill
kind' f "teamhoat Job pnrtir.ff roliclled. Glllce
at Bo .r a European Hotnl. so. 72 Ohio lovoo.
Thomaj Carlyle and Ilia Wife.
Curlylo on a ruinpao was without
doubt a iloniori. ilii vitVn letter- tln
cribinj him in cuch a statu tills one
with indignation ntn man who nreaehod
a ffloriou.-i gospel, but was al litIy
uestittitfl of Hdlf-eontrnl inul con"il''ra-
tion. "Carlylo," Hho writes, "returned
from his travels very bilious, and con
tinues very bilious up to this hour. The
amount of bile that he does bi in home
to nit, in thnso c;ues, i.s soincthin
'awfully prund!' Even through that de
teriorating medium he could not but
bo struck with a 'certain admiration' at
tho imnieusity of needle-work 1 had ac
complished in his absence in the shape
of chair-covers, unfa-covers, window
curtains, etc., and all the other manifest
improvements into which I had put my
whole gen iiu and industry, and so little
money as Wn hardly to be conceived.
For three days his satisfaction over the
rehabilitated" hou.ic lasted; on the fourth
tho voting lady next door took a tit of
practicing on her accursed piano forte,
which lie had 'piite forgotten seemingly,
and he started up diicncliauteil in his
new library anil informed heaven and
earth in a peremptory manner that
'there ho could neitner think nor live,'
that the carpenter must be brought buck
arid steps taken to make him a rpiiet
place homewherc - -perhaps best of all
on tho roof of the house.' Then follow
ed interminable consultations with thu
carpenters, yielding for home days only
plans (wild ones) and estimates. Up
went all tho carpets which my own
hands had nailed down, in rushed the
troop of ineariiatcdcmoiis, brick-layers,
joiners, whitewashes, etc., whoio noise
anil dirt and dawdling had so lately
driven me to de.-pair. I'own went a
partition in one room, up went a chiin
uoy in another, Helen, instead of ex
erting hcruif to btavu tho torment of
confusion, seemed to be struck (no won
der) with temporary idiocy, and my hus
band himself, at the light of the uproar
be had raised, w as wringing his hands
and tearing his hair, like the Herman
wizard servant who has learned magic
enough to ruako the broom-tick carry
water for him. but had Hot t!ic counter
opell to stop it. Myself could have sat
down and crie.l. m little strength or
spirit. I had left to front the pressure
of my circumstance. It was got through
to the end, this new hubbub, but when
niv husband iirorecdcd to occupv his
new stud v. he found that devil a bit he
could write, in it auy more than besides
tho piano; 'it was ail so utrunge to him!'
The fact is, the tli in.' he has got to write
his long projected lite of Cromwell
is no joke, ami no sort ol room can
make it cav, and he lias been ever since
shifting about in the saddest wav from
one room to another, like a sort of do
mestic wanderini' Jew! lie has now a
..t...r.., li,..t'.,t-nr r,f m.ttirtir n nt-
tail i. tiaui v , H" " v V- , , ... ... -
tlement cfl'ectod in tho orieinal library;
tha voung lady next door having prom
ised to abstain religiously from playing
till 10 o'clock, w hen the worst of tho
dav'n work U over, (ienerous young
lftdv! lint it must bo confessed tho
(M)ductivo letter he wrote to her the other
dav was enmiffh to have gained the
heart of a stoic."
Modern Dairy Farming.
Modern dairy farming, says the Hon
Hiram Smith, of W isconsin, staru out
with keeping one cow on lour acres
and this should he the pass-word to every
tairv lodge "ono cow to four acres; '
mid 'tills nhould bo rapidly reduced until
the undoubted possibility in reached of
keeping one to every acre.
One of tho principles of modern dairy
farmin" U 10 have "r cows give tho
most nw.'K when dairy goods are at the
Invest price, which is Invariably in
winter. It has been repeatedly demon
strated that a good herd of cows com
ing Into milk in' September, October and
November will, m tuts average, give
from 4,500 to ti.OOO pounds of milk an
nually. Tho milk is worth, to sell at a
factory, or to manufacture Into butter
or cheese, $1.;10 iier 100 pounds, or
fSH.AO as the average for each cow. In
oilier word, dairy farming with one
cow to eight acres on 1(10 acres produces
$1,100; modern dairy farming with one
cow to four acres produces 82,600, uu
increase of tl.oOO, by nn outlay for feed
ami help u net profit of $610, a sum
sulllcient to raise the price of land from
fat) per aero to ."100 per ncre.
A fundamental condition. ol success
ful farniinsr is larco crop of corn, not
less than two acres of fodder ami four
acres of Held corn for every ten cows
or a total twenty-four acres for forty
uows. All tho manure of tho farm
should he evenly placed on theso twen
tv-four acres during tho winter, am
tho land plowed previous to tho 10th of
May and thoroughly harrowed, tho corn
nlnntml Immediately thereafter with
horse drill, the rows three, and one-half
feet itnnrt. and tho kernels from seven
to nine Inches apart and cultivated wel
boforo tho corn comes up with a lino-
nnth harrow. Fromiently thereafter
cultivate until tho 10th of July, at which
, time, If tho work hits been honest ly
done. It will bo free from weeds with
never a boo In tho Held and it is almost
certain toprodueu fifty bushels per aero
of Hheiien corn ami iiuriy loiwui umuer.
It takes less labor to raise twonty-foiir
wires of corn as described above, than
to I'aiso half that amount planted in hills
and the cultivation dcfuired until you
oaa toe the row.
bTAQEB OF TUB RIVER.
Tho river marked by the gnuge at this
port last evening at 6 o'clock SO feet 7 in
chel aod falling.
ChatUnoogH, July 4. Hiver 8 feet 4 in
chf.a and fulling.
St. Louis, July 4. River 2(J feet 5 iuche
Ciiicinui.ti, July 4 River 14 feet 10 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, July 4 River 7 feet 4 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 4. River 6 feet 5 inches
" Pittahurg, July 4. River 3 feet 7 inches
Tlie Gua Fowk-r lroin Paducah will re
port here at a p. in. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
Yesterday wag a big day and the 4th of
July wurit otf in Cairo in a creditable and
lively manner. Theie must have been at
least eight or ten thousand visitors in the
city, which came by i ail and river. The
Gus Fowler and EIU Kimbrough were both
crowded with people and all the railroads
had all they could do.
The Jas. V. Giff is due to-day for Cin
cinnati. W. F. Lninbdin, Passenger Agent,
will lu-nish tickets at low rates.
Tlie J. II. Ililhnnn from Nat-hville leaves
this morning on her return trip. Uapt. Tom
G.iKiJici in ciuiniii.d.
The Will S. Hys Imiii Cinciutati is due
to-nioirow for New Orleans.
The City of St. L"ii;s is due to-night for
The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this
evening lor Vicknburg.
The Relic Memphis from Vickbburg
passed up iast evening tor St. Louis.
The Ruckeye Stnte on her wiy to St.
Iyuis passed here Tuesday morning. She
uer the trsde, from St. Louis to St.
Phu! is a legul.ir packet, and is a bi tter
bout in every particular than her illustrious
I lie t.irarnte n ate troin s?t. Jxuis is nue
to-night for Pdu.:ah and Shawneetown,
and will report here on her return trip Sat
urday evening 7 o'clock.
The Iron D ike passed up last evening
for Pittsburg. She had a big tow.
A Woman E stored.
There wasachap down at the Central
Market yesterday, with a lifting ma
chine. It was warranted to restore a
torpid liver, cure cold feet, remove
freckles and do ever so many other
thinir. and it was oulv lUe cents to lift
and tu? and null and grow red in the
face and buk'o vour eves out like half-
onions stuck upon a barn door. There
was a trick about the machine, re
pressing apring the handle would come,
off as tho pointer reached ten pounds.
After ever so many men had lifted ever
so many hundred pounds a woman got
down out ot a one-noise wagon ana in
-What d'ye call it?"
'A lifting' machine, madam."
"Is it rood for a woman?''
"Excellent, madam. You'll feel like
a new woman after lifting 800 pounds
on this machine.
"Well, I'll try it once," she said as
she removed hershawl. "Tho old man
is a good deal bigger than this machine,
and if I can't lift hi tu over the fence I
don't want a cent."
She seized tho handles, drew a long
breath, and away she went, landing in
a basket of onions and upsetting a score
of flower-pots and a bushel of cranber
ries. I hero was a yell from tlie men, a
whoop from the boys, nud before one
could count twenty the woman was up
and aboard of her vehicle anddrivitigoff
on a gallon.
"Cuino back! come back!" yelled tho
crowd, but she flourished the handle of
the lifter over her head and brought it
down on tho horse with a whack, and
kept liim at his fastest pace until she
was out of sight, and that was how a
lifting-inachine came to stand there all
day without anything to lift by, nud
that was why a sharp-nosed chap with
plaid pantaloons and a white hat kegt
"That'ero woman probably supposes
that sho has busted this 'ere machine
all to pieces, and if I don't get that 'ere
handle back what's to become of tho
rest of this 'ere outfit?" Detroit Free
Fok Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Aue, nud other Intermittent
Fevem.tho "Foiro-Phosnorated Elixir of
CaligsyH," made by Caswell, liszard & Cc,
New lork, and sold by all Druggists, istue
bei-t tonic; and for patients lecovering from
Ftveror other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
wucKien's Arnica salve
The Rest Salve In the world for Cuts,
Uruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, K".cr
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaius,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents psr box. For sale by Harry
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teethT It so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low s Soothing Syrup for Children leetn-
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sutferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, thcro is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrca, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
encijy to tho whole "system. Mrs. Wina-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle,
Louis T. Sullivan, East St. L"tii, 111.,
says: "brown s iron Witters is the best
medicine I have ever taken; it cured me of
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, eivous htiocK, or. Vitus uanre, rros-
iration, aud all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, are all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Rrain Food,
the great botanical remedy, ft pkg., 0
for $5. Atdruggits.
The crape crop of A. Sneer's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
auy previous year. His vineyards in New
Jersey have so increased each year that he
has been enabled to keep a ftoek five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It has become a popu
lnr wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and for weak and ayed persons
For sale by Paul G. Schuh. druggist.
Work 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. H. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fultou Street, New York.
t rve of Cliarge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Vuice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Birclay Bros' drug
store ami Bet a trial bottle of Dr. King
New Discovery for Consumption, tree of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call enriy. (3)
B btj.ju more dtrni tlvo jto bamau btmltu and
llfc tlnu war. piitrncs and famluu couiblnod.''
DO aid A clsUni'il.hHil Hrpiti.p mutiv vmhoi mlo.
'id It Ii true to-day an ih"ii. 1 ho pnor victim
of Hloou IMai-am) la dravited with Mrcnry to cure
tup iua any. ana ili.-D iioaed wltti lodidn lo r.u-e
Dim ofth Muicurlal HcUniili ; but iiitai( of auy
roltef, ibo Drat hrealm down hi teueral hua th and
nirtti Mm a t. Ipj.lf, and lb other rulcn lil dl
gvHy uryam. Tu lbo affllcti-d lu llii war
Milt i specl- l the irt'Rtmt boon on t-tnli. and
In wor h more than l nulvht In Rnld. It antidotes
Ihla Mercurial Puliorj, touel up Ibui.itcm, and
onK iue iiincrur Daen to teaiiti and rnpplneiit.
Kverv pernon who baa i vi-r Ix-en taMvuied abould
by ad uj i am take tboronith comae of this remedy.
.lirrERfoNvii.il, Twioos CV, OA.
Five junrl iio I round on mv Dlantatiou a col
ored man who u badly tllaeaaud He nUted
that live i eara before be bad contracted a violent
caie of Illood Pulton, nnd had been treated by
many iihv clan, all fa Inir to rure hlui. 1 treat
ed blm with bwlft'a hpedflc, and lu a abort lima
be wan round aud well, aud ha not bad a euup.
torn oftbediauaaeiiuce. D. M. HL'OIIEH.
One irunt'eman who had been cinflnrd to his
bed ill wecki with Mercurial Hhumat!ni baa
been cured entirely, aud lieuk lu the hltlhimt
pruleo of S. 8. S.
will be paid to any Chernirt who will find, on
faliln of too roliK-a ol 8. H. 8 , mm pkrtlr.lo of
mercury, Iodide putarnluni, or any mineral tub
atauce. THE SWIFT Sl'ECIKIC CO.
Drawer 3. Atlanta, On.
triTWrlU; for the little Duo, which will be
D.lna Bm.ll ftl All ..a. U..,.ln T a . ....
tVte (bodin double quantity) l .7.') bottle. All
T ...... ...M I . A
Whose Complexion betrays
Korao humiliating imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells you
that you are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in counte
nance, or have Eruptions,
Redness, Koujrhness or un
wholesome tints of Complex
ion, we say use JIagan's Mag
It is a delicate, harmless
and delightful article, pro
ducing the most natural and
entrancing tints, tho artifici
ality of which no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent if the
Magnolia fialiu is judiciously
tS . STOMACH p9
Cairo & St. Louis Piwket.
The palatial Aucltur Line ateamer
Will cavo Cairo every Sunday and ThurnUy even
Iuk at A o'clock, Klvlui; Cairo a dally boat lor HI.
For rate! aee Paaccnuer Aecnt 80I A. Silver.
ik n. antTH.
Notlmo fhouM boloKlll tho nomarh, tivor and
bowela eu afl'er.ted, In adopt tho aure remedy,
float iter r mourner iiuern. i iveapee or Tno or-
KiniH "iitnta tii'iri i otmir inrmor erlon, nnd a
del ay la therefore haa'irdona. Oyapeptla liver
complalnl, chill and fever, ra'ly bvnmatlc
twliii('K. kidney wcnKneaa brlttir n-rlou. bodily
linuiile Ifttlfl d with. Loa no time In ualiiKtuie
vffertlvei anri.afome Iclnu,
Korialebyall Urugilala and Dealer uenerully.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL..
UNI, which ff.clully eurei Narvoau IMbll
Ity. Lawl Tlrillty. Praautar Dnmftai
all taoublM trliiDg nnm OTwopk aod eiee..
auamto aiTVIMlai mailed ft, awalt,by ad
4naaia Or. Waaulwv If BaeaJtif ViBlHMU.a
WI TT R
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
A rKular Orml tinr or two nnd leal
Colll'Ki'-, h:lt W'fll 1wiil"T rnutiKi'd III tile tret
mnt of 'l.ronic., SVrvou., HU111 uiul
ltlno.l Dlwdx-s tbmi aov olbi-r idiyi-b Wn In
8t. I.011H, mi rlty pnK ri kU.w anil all ri si
dentx know, onsiilutlim . t oili.-i-ir r mall,
free and Invltird. A frli-mliT talk nr Ills rplnli.n
ctmtn nolli i 11 v. Win n II lineiiiv.'uli.it tu vllt
the rlty .or treatment, nu illeliii'S cm lu-tteui
by mallor 1 xpfss t-very wln-re. 'nriiidi-1 n-e
KinranU-ed ; wheri' doulit exists H Ulrankly
kUted. taUor Write.
Krvoua Prostration, Debility, Mental Bud
PhjsicaJ Weaknesi, Mi'rcnrinl and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Dones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poiaoning', SkinAfTen
tions, Old Sorei ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, RhriimatiFm, r.lca. Special
attention to cwa from ovcr-woi-ked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eicensetj
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Id leir-evlilcnt that n j.tiy tl-l,m piiylnir
lartlcolar attcntlun to a el:i ol cm- attains
irreat kill. and plivslelani In rt-Kular Jinietlc t)
all over the country knowluK llil. Iteijiii-ntly
recomnieiid eases to the nlilesi i.HU-e In Aui'-rleii,
whern everv known allanri- la reiorteil to.
aud the pro--ci koimI iineilli. ol all
ttm and eountrlt are, used. A whole hn I"
ueit fnrotllee onrfo'e. anrt nil are treated with
.kill In a reteeHul manner; and, kuowhi
what to do. no exerluieut are iimile. inae
count of the areat iiuhiIht .ilyliii:. th
rlinrei, are kept l". often '.u-A. r ll.ali l
deiiiiiinlett lir oilier. II u seeure the s-U 1 1 1
and p t a Sie'i!y and pei lei l X i t cure. tlintH
tlie Important mailer. ran, blit, piigo.
Sent tu any adiln-n free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Klepsnt cloth and irilt bliidluv Sealed for SO
cents In im-tnire or eiirrency. iver Wily v on
lerlul .eii iic ture". true to life articleoii lli
mllowliiif hulib-rti. Wlioiiia marry, who not;
win? I'roner aue liiiiiairv. Who marry II rit.
:iiihiMKl, oiiiHiilioo.l. Tlivkleal deeay. ho
vliitiild niar. v. Uw life ami iapdnev iiiay b
liiereaed. Thne nuirrn-.l or eoiitoinhliitliitt'
inarrvlni! hould rea.l It. i t oiiwhl tu lie read
ov al'l adult ierrui.. limn k-nt un.lerloek 11ml
k'-v. I'upular e.lillun. .lllle a- ul.oye. Imt .iti-f
rover and 2u0 paKe i celiU h inall. lu UiolieJ'
Ik f TlatLTIill iyJ3Pif rtV?! A ("'We' I'd il ep.u ulmii ,),.
1 V J I SI r J Tm L 1 1 Vri!?""1 mfM,"y ' katentiui oils
11 1 H1 M ""l fjThemost pwietratlng Unlment
vm, r.nnn. ... ...... ... ""...rciilHU
ynvr..imcu vo ma aunacs win Pntrattothvry Ron
4ud a uiuitt Instantly RiLIIVI PAIN! It wUl not Soil ClotMaZ I
nor dlsoolor the kin, or leav dlureeuble effects ot any kfnd. It
. . 11 a ni 1 u mr -v
UftU. IU'laMla;iM I BM til DUI.
ramna.rTr4 4. A rha
Sore Throat. Paini in tha LlmKa or lu anv Lt .i th HvHtetn
imil is equally eflloaoloiii for all pulus lu the Stomach and Bowsls
Imiulrlnrf a powerful dlflu.ilV(j atlniulaut, bo M Ahnnnae. i '
Ask your UrugKl.it lor lt. , met) 00 cts per bottltj LV-
rreimri'd only ty JACOB S. MXRRKLL, 111
ST. LOUI8, WO
IS NOW Ol'EN FOE THK SKAS0N.
TERMS: $11.00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Nevpp-failinir Hprintrs of coolest water charged with healing: and
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
yearn' continual use hy the Health-neckcr, or those in search of rest
and recreation, and tho residents for miles around.
NO. 1, ''THE IRON SPRING"
w ill liuilil np the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, ami Is considered a uuro cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
ISO.' 2,' "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
flows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dnds drinking-all day from Its basin foil to lower iho water line.
This Spring is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders aud
NO. 3, ''THE SULrilUR SPRING"
is a new one opened for the first time this season, an I its waters hid
fair to rival the famous Blue lick.
The 0 Springs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery. The
air is always puru and cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular. ,
Post ollice: )
ALLKN sriMNUS, 'c
1'ope t o,, ill. )
PORT GKAPE WINE
gpKKR's Pout Gpafk Wink !
FOUR YEAIiS OLD.
rpilIS CRLRBKATKD NATIVK WIN E la mu le
i from tho Juice of the. Oporto Orapc, rained In
tlili country. 1 1 1 Invaliiablo tonic and "trvn.Mli
rnlnit prnunrtieii ara nnaiirpK.atid by any otnet
Native Wlno. lletnir Iho mre Julra of the Grttu,
produrrd under Mr. Spenr'a own peraonal aupervl
ion, ita purity and genulm na, aru Kuuranieed
Thi vouneat child nuy iiartaku of Ita avuerou.
qualltiea, and the wealioa Invalid titH II lo advun
tane It la partlrulnrly bcnelli liil to iho aued ami
debilitated, and muted tu thu variotia allmitntH Hint
afTeot Iho weaker aex. It la lu uvurr- reaped A
WINK TO BE KKMKI) ON.
Sneer's V. J. Sherry.
Tin IV J.H1IKKUY la a wluu of Superior I har
acter and 1 artukeaoftho rlclirittalillea ofthn kiapi
from whirb It la made for 1'urlty, Klchneia, ria
vo' and Medicinal Troperuo. Ii will In) lound iid
Speer's P. J. Brand).
Thla M HANDY atanda iinruiiled In Ihla Counlrt
holnirfar anperlor for medicinal purimaea. It 1 a
ptirodlatlllatton from tb Krano. and rnntalna vu.
liablo medicinal proper! le.. It haa a dellratu Ha
tor. Imllarto that or Iho urapea, from which It I.
rllallllod, and ta In great favor aiuomr llrt-clai
famlllea. Hoe that tbo HKiiatnra of AI.KKIil)
HI'KKK, l'a.aatc, W . J I over inn cork ol uaeh
Sold'Hv PAUTj 8C1IUH
Neiurocone, (now Nei vcl.lfe, Hlrcin'tli mid
lunri h 11 iMllivi ri-sl.ii iillvo fur hn I. ts of
Manly Viaor In Younw, Mlditk-Auetl "1
Old Men, mi iniilter Irnui winit euiii. In Nrr
voti Mobility, Exhuuatlon, Impotenoy,
Hi initial Wenkn , 11ml Kliidred iiIIiiii'H'k.
1 lil ttindard Remedy la n certain ourr.nnrl 1
to nl I ain-h HiiltereiK, acini a atitti'ineiit !
tlii'lr trotilili.a, t iiimntlly aiilllidcnt to ptovj III'
virtue will bo aenf Free of Coat. Addrcaa, ,,,i,
. 1IEURQZONE MEDICAL CO., '
J. E. LEMEN,
Wo camion the nubile aoalnat an linpontur who I detlautlv iittlUlnii Dr. J. A. Shorinun'a lifo-lonir
refutation by diKlurtiiiK the llkenea.ua of bla patluntH, and generally c uiiterfulitni: tho cbaractor
01 hla Uook, anl publiphine ibo aainn lu (inmi hlet form and a' nllii! it out aa Dr. K. T. Smytho'a
book, r liroHeiitluit tho llkeneanea to be cea ho haa lire'. I hia man Smylho la located in t
l.nuta. Mo., calla lila roomi -'vlonna I in-1 1 1 11 1 . With the aim and do liberal Ion o( 11 counter elter
of hank bill and coin, tho mail hiuytha baa aot sail in tho rupture hiiaineaa with bla ahaoieleaa
hlrelniL'H to per.'onalo Iheacpl turo Iruuda and fatae ataiementa of enm, hoping to aacapo detection and
Dr. J. A. SHERMAN'S 1 k. wlih truthful phntOL'raplilr tikciiesaea of palienta and reliahlo t tata-
nienta fioai emiuent Keiitleinen. la mailed for Die. Ofticti U I Broadway, Wew York.
NtW ADV K KT ISEM BN TS
Alter a Rainy Ride a Country I'hysi
ciiu Tells What He Thinks of
"I 'v it'll to cracloua aoiue vcopla would learn
when they need a d ctor and when they doi't,"
tic alined Doctor E , aa he iikred hi homo
In a coney littlo Tillage In tho luterior of tho Slate
of New York, after a tedious null I rldo for muny
niilea. I hare been down arnoii); Iho mountain, to
ee a man, wuo the tne.aeiif;er aa d, waa very lick,
and not likely ro live 'till n.oniliir, u 11 leu ho bud
iiumedlato help; and found him rufforiii); froma
ra her aburp nttark of co Ic, which lil family
mlk'lit tiHVu relieved in ten nilnutea, tf I hey bad a
vmln of acniri and two or tbro tliuplo reiuedlea In
tho hiiu.o, lint no; th y miiat remuin l;uorjit aa
1I Hi-, an ih n tlie leant m ho or pain takea them,
aend for u doctor, whether they over pay hi 111 or
'Why !'. 1 .1 . i r kind of almplo roiuedlea, aa
you call tin 111, do you expect people to keep tu thu
houaer" anked UIh wlfo aa ahe poured Mm a cup
of hot ten.
"lu tbla cano,1' anawerol tho Doctor. "If they
had only put a DENSON'S CAI'CINK POROUS
I'l.ASTEH on tho man'a atomach, ho wonld base
been all rlbtlu a hour, and i-avcd me a liroary
In all ordlnarv compliiliita It cure at once,
All dlKeanea ro ollmlnated Irom thu ayalo n hy
whatmtybu roughly cal.ed expulalon or extrac
tion, nr hy a union of tliotwo proreanea. Ilen
aon'a Planer promote both. It Incltoa lh torp d
orifanatoact.audaentli ra heatlnK, aiHiiblnir In
llueuco thromjb tha nn rlad pnroa of thu akin All
other p'ai-ters obllu the patient to wait. They
giv.! Mm hope for to-morrow. Ilenaon'a plnaler
Klv him help loduy. Which la better, do you
think? lluv tha CAl'l'INK aud keep It in tho
hotiae. Price v!S cent
Heahnry A J bu.on.l'beinlata, New York.
ID SETS REEDS,
Price only $125
Rft-M; worth $450 If m-
iil tl Ullittf iimWm
Organs for only
011 Oitisna Ktii UitnfnrtM-
fr. ii HI..I. n.iu., n.a
dollar .llcwrd lot ll.v.lllil
. . .. ... BWhu . n 11 btl
nr onl ynil r wl"im.iy.
C11 ltil 111. i.iff-..
Or... W.rk. In .tl.l.M.
Hll,ilu on. .ir IOBIIO-
C-UJPjrfTi M.2r..j ai.ieiiiuf on. .ir 10 mm
--ri-rrri J,w,, ut r.ll l"l
WHIEl F. BHTTt, WOIN8T0MIW JERSET.
BOOKS. 125 TONS-
nf Kliindurd Hooka many of I hem tho heal odltlmi
finbllHbed. V'oiirrhoice aent for examination be
ore payment, on ea.oiiable evidence, of irootl
failh, the hooka In hn in tlr.ied at my ex peine If
not auli.faeiory, . hperlal liaralim thla month
Now nuhllciillona every week. Prlcea lovtor than
eviir before known, ranuh'H froni Two font, for
loiinyaotra "moch Arnen, nnanrldnod l.arvu
Typei to SID for the laruual and beat Amr ran
Cvclopedla. Nolaolil tiy dealer. prle.i" t' O low.
Clrcnlan free. Montlon Ihla paper.
JOHN 11. AI.DHN. I'ubllaher, l Veaey Ht.,N. Y.
lor a SOUAKti 01 Ufkll
ROSEWOOD ?l Out. PIANO,
Willi M1)OI Jt'll'K,
UPHIfiHtf lot. l'utiiK. ,
rifrr an Id
C7 if V.S7,io Organ.
PMiPEL ONGAN. ").
Warm 11 I'd. Addni.a
lirraimoa N ''. W
Wwttlth m.. V. V. .
in every town in the union
H A 10c. Smoke for flcf
(i'lullrr. one profit.
JiEaiiil lot of -JM dellv.
wreu 10 any pan or ina
II. S r,irl. Avmlfornnr
: tonili, etc BCHNtlUi ft
wr smosorsi oena ua your auure8&
TKRKE HAUTE, INDIANA.
A wull-endowod School of Kailnoorinif. Depart,
ineiiia.- Aluclianlea, 1'ivil BiiKlueertUK, Chemlatrv
anil DrawluK. l'he Wnrcemer plan. Ample inan
iifm Inrlnir macblne-abopH, lalmratorlen. library,
raliuiet and modola. 'I hreo cla.iiea organized. Au
rlrcHa, tii Sept. 1, U.S. EAKLV, Eaq , ?oc'y.
After that date,
putoTciUKLBa p. mioMPwoy.
i HVKKTIKKKS by addreaalnK UKO. P. ROW
'I Kl.l. 4 CO., lOKpruce Ht.,New York. can learn
the exact coxt of any propnaed line of advurtlrluK
In American Nuwapapera. IITlilO pane Pamphlet
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Howard Galvanic HIilelA
vnnloond Aloiinatio Appll
anena and (larnianta .r.
.urecure for Nrvouallhll
Itr, l'.mly.l., l(huro.tlm
of Vital Ko.rur, Overwork-
Mi Drain, WhI Hack, RIO"
nr. Uver, and HuiitiMh
' complaint., anil areail.pt-
eu lo IrflTHKH eiax. inn.
v.rr li,U.t lnv
proved, end bo
from belt, and all
other., aa th.F
ueide, raw. ina no
wiree, nor Irrlta
Uoo oflh. akin
eao be worn al
work a. w.ll aa
rwit K)uly notlre
nli In to w..rr,
to m eel III. differ
ent .tuKea of all
I. of onnellt. Tu.hw for HEN ONLY at one nub
tli. Mat of dlaiuiM, u thr act dlreet Uwn Nervoua,
MiiKiiUr, ami (inrutlt r.nlr., .imhhIII rvetflrln
Ih. vltnllty-whleb I. Klaetrlellv drained from th.ai.
lein b eiuflae or lndl.cn! Ion., IhHjr the. In a natural
way pv.rcoma the weaknmw without druualna tha atom'
aoh, '1'hnr will euro every oni .hurt nf .tniotnr.l de
generation, nnd wa are prepared to furnl.h the moat
emphatlo and elitoluta proof Ui auttport our clalma,
lllu.tratod Pamphlet ITree.or ..nt aealed for fie poataaa.
C9BlulUtlOI I. AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
re Invited 1 3 1 a N. eth St., 8 1. Loula.M".
If f il
A Now and tompiete Hotel. froDtlng on Lavu
Secoud aud Railroad rjtreela,
The PaMcnuer Deimt of tk Cbteairn, Mt. Lonli
and .tew Orleana: IlllnoU Ceatrali Wahaah, HI.
I.oula and Paclflej Iron Mountain and Houlhernj
Mobile and Ohio 1 Cairo and Mt, Lome Iteiiwaya
aru all Juet acmaa tho atroet; while the Hleaiuboal
l.ajnliiiH la lint one jtiare dlatant.
Thla lintel ' ta heated hy ateain, haa aleam
Laundry, llvdraolle Blavalor, Klaclrlc Call Bella,
Automatic Klre Alurma, Hatha, ahaolulely pun air,
perfect aeweratre and tomploto appolntiuenta.
Kuperh fiirmabliigai perfect aervloe; aod an aa
La. 1J. I'AUKKli A tXN Lwaum