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The Daily Bulletin,
"The Verdict will Stand,"
A tailor bad brought a suit against i
delinquent debtor for the pay for omt
woru-otit-and forgotten clothes. Whet
the case came up for a hearing, ono o.
the attorneys asked for the continuanci
upon some frivolous pretext, and, o:
course, the other opposed it. A wrangh
followed, the result of which was 8
written stipulation, signed by both at
tornoys, that the suit should be tried ot
a certain designated day at 2 o'clock
and this stipulation was filed with the
Justice, so that there might be no furth
At the appointed hour the defendant
and his counsel entered the court rooti
and found his honor on the bench.
"Why were ve not here this uirirtiiuT
inquired the Justice, looking over hir
"Uecause I had no occasion to com
until now. . Will your Honor please cal
the case of Tailor vs. Wank?' said tin
"Oh, ye had no l)i,nis to come thif
maruin', Is it? Ye think ve'ro dotn
shmart, don't ye? It's loikcly ve had
razors for breakfast this ruaruin'! Ve'd
loike to have- nie call the cast! of Tailoi
vs. IHnnk 'if I plazc' Well. I .h.n't
plaze. It pla.eil me to call it this marn
in', and as it ilMn't plau ye to be pris
iut it plaieed me to give a vardict aginst
ye, and yell plaze pay thes.nue and me
costs at ycr airliest convanieiiiro, ify
"Hut, your Honor, the case was set
down by stipulation for ' o'clock this
"I'll bet yi. the dhrinks it wasn't!"
Tho court drew out the stipulation
from drawer of his duck and discovered
"I've lost tlio dhrinks, but yo've lost
"Hut I haven't lost my case, join
Honor! Hy that stipulation the case
couldn't be trie. I until S o'clock. Your
Honor's verdict is illegal!"
"It's illegal, is it? Well, it'll sthand
just the satim'"
"Hut. your Honor, the caso was set
down ab-oltitclv for this hour. It could
not be dispoM il of before, and must be
disposed of now. I ask for a non
Ruit." "Oh. ye do! Well, ye' II ask a long
time before ye git it! 'Didn't I tell ye
the vardict" will Hand? P'r'aps ye
didn't understhand me. I'll say it agin
"The vardict will sthand!"
A "Dude" Train,
There is talk of putting on a regular
English train between Hoston and New
York. Everything in the way of lux
ury, comfort, speed, and safety has al
ready been perfected. There are no
such cars and engines in the world as
tho Consolidated road runs, yet, wish
ing always to supply an unsatisfied
public, the experiment of running a
train of English coaches has been agi
tated. English engines, with no cab
and one pair of eleven-foot drivers, will
bo imported; also, first-class compart
ment coaches, seating eight persons in
each part, or twenty-four rx'rsons in each
car. The high rate of stnMd attained in
England is accomplished by running
small trains; so here but four of these
cars will be used on each train. Ono
train will leave New York and one Hos
ton simultaneously each day, and make
the run in about five hours." The train
may possibly carry the mail, paying a
pound a minute to the government for
each and every minute's delay just as
they do in England. The "guard" will
pass along on the outside of the train
and collect the tickets through the win
dows. There will bo no ventilation and
not much comfort to speak of, but then
"it will be English." There will be no
water, no tojlet-room. and tho passen
gers will be locked in and unlocked
only at their destination also English!
The fare will be about $20, or "four
pun, me hid," and the portmanteaus
will bo "pasted," and not checked. The
full fares and postal service will net
something over $'.',000 each trip. There
are so many that go everything English
that it is expected that coaching clubs,
English pug-dog owners, polo players,
fox hunters and dudes will patronize
and roll up tho receipts of the new
train. It will not be necessary to use
auy of tho new $ .j.OOO.UOO loan, as it is
a known fact that anything brought over
here that is English always pays and
pavs well. One of the trains should be
called the "FlyingWilde," and the other
"Lightning "Langtry." ' Bridgeport
Do Potatoes Sport?
We have a letter from a correspond
ent in Wisconsin, concerning a new po
tato. He had been cultivating a blue
variety, and on digging the crop, found
in one hill a single potato that was en
tirely white; this was attached to the
same stem (or "root," as ho calls it)
with one of the usual blue color. This
is a caso of what is called "bud-variation."
of which thoro are many well
known instances. A particular'bud up
on a tree or plant, without any assign
able cause, will produce either leaves,
flowers, or fruit, different from those
borne by the rest of tho plant. The
bearing of nectarines by a peach tree,
tho production of a red rose upon a
bush of yellow variety, are among well
known examples of this kind of varia
tion. The potato, though we call it a
tuber, is really a stem or branch, much
modified, it is true, but it follows the
laws of stem growth, ami oven "sports"
as Htems occasionally do. Numerous
cases are recorded iu England of the
production of new varieties of potatoes
In this manner. Several are known to
bavo taken place in this country, not
ably, tho "Luto Hose," which is a
"sport" from tho "Early Rose" and
differing from it iu foliage, and in a
markcu mnnncr in the timo of ripening.
To the occurrence of such bud taria
lions is duo tho common bolief that po
tatoes will "mix in the bill." When
ever such a "sport" occurs, it should
bo kept and planted, as it may prove
valuable. Am. Agriculturist for July,
, In 1810 Harriet Martinoau found
seven vocations opon to women in the
State of Massachusetts; now thoro aro
j8t oooupations in whioh H61.158 of tho
female hos earn tholr own living, re
ceiving from $160 U 13,000 each per
annum. , , ' , ,
W. P. Lmbdim, rim. tailor ot i Hvm.ktin
arid steamboat paaatniror agent, Order for al)
kind" of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
' B ,r'i European Hotel. No. 72 Oblo len.
STAGES OK THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge ot this
port last evening it 6 o'clock 33 feet 4 in
ches and falling.
Chattanooga, July 5. River feet 0 in
ches and fulling.
St. Louis, July 6. River 2 feet 0 inches
Cincinnati, July i River 14 feet 10 in
dies and falling.
Louisville, July 5.- River 7 feet 4 iu
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 5. River 3 feet fl inches
Pittsburg, July 5. River 3 feet It inchts
' KIVKK ITKM.
The (Jus Fnwler fnitu I'aducnh vil! re
port here at J p. in. connecting with I. C,
R. R. and leuve nu her return tiip itt 4 :.'!')
The Ciiy of Hiton Roug; an i veil her.'
yesterday at 0 a. in., departed soiu aftir
for fit. Louis. It whs reported on the streets
yesterday that she made the run from
Memphis to Cairo this trip in 7 hours and
50 uiiiiUtes; but she left Memphis at 10 n.
ui., on the morning of the 4'li and arrived
here H a. tn. yesterday, making her just 20
huuis out and as favorable time as she
could possibly hiive to make a good run.
The Hays mule it licie last ttip in IU imurs
and I ) minutes, muking rive Undines,
which biV. the Biton R-uge 35 minutes.
1h- J W. O iff from Memphis arrived
tare yuntvrday in irniiijr at 0 o'clock. Shu
had a light trip of freight, but her picsen
gcr trip whs something better than th.;
average. She departed for Cincinnati it 10
The J. II. llil'tnan from Nashville ai
rivtd here yesterday at 11 a. in. S'ie h id a
big trip of freight to diseharg: here and re
ceived 1300 sicks of cotton seed meal
for Nashville, left on her return trip at mid
night. The Granite S ate for Shawnectown
passed up last niytit.
The Will S. Hays from Cincinnati is due
this iveniug for New Orleans. The Hays is
a palace to travel on an I her officers are
The Ella Kimbrouh is back again and
as soon as the rivets net a few feet lower
C'.iptain Kimbrough will briag his little
boat out for the summer aud fall cam
paign. The Wyoming from New Orleans is due
up to-day for Cincinnati.
The Cons. Millar will be the Siturduy
packet down for Memphis froui Cincinnati
The Henry A. Tyler leaves at 4 p. m., to
morrow tor St. Louis. She will run from St.
Louis toLaStlle, 111., on the Illinois, during
the wheat-shippini; season.
Hilly Houston, chief scribe of the B. S.
Rhea, was in the city yesterday, settling up
some business for the Rhea as she has hid
up for the season. Billy will go to Louis
ville from here for repairs and when he
comes out again this fall. He will be pre
pared and qualified for the season's btisi
ness. Let it be wlut it may.
The City of Cairo is due here this even
ing from St. Louis.
The Ohio is fal'ing from Pittsburg to
Cairo and by the 1st of August most of the
large boats will have to retire.
The City of St. Louis arrived here yester
day. She will receive a good trip here and
leave tor New Orleans this eveniug.
An old hen pecked man from Oilier,
Sprained his back in lighting a fire,
He got a good drubbing,
Rut St. Jacobs Oil rubbiu?,
Made him well and very much spryer.
Another Supercilious Englishman,
Fancy for a moment a glorilied and
intensified American ideal; a world all
made up of infinite turkey uud illimita
ble putupkiu pie; a world full of circular
saw-mills, and Pullman palace cars,
aud mammoth hotels, and light blue
satin, ami white-and-gold drawing
rooms; a world wholly given over to
raising corn, and sticking pigs, and dis
tilling old Bourbon whisky, and making
vulgar love through lis noso to vulgar,
overdressed, and underbred young
women. Its one literature would ho the
editorial screamer, its ono excitement
an annual boom mid a quadrennial orgy
of Presidential elections. Picture to
yourself such n society, without any
painters, without any thinkers, without
any musicians, without nuyof those rare
souls, poets whoso thoughts make rich
tho thought of tho world! Cornliill
The latest tiling credited to W. R
Travcrs is this: IIU wife hud decorated
tho walls with haudsomo muttons, mich.
as "(Jive us our daily bread," civ,. In
ono corner she had "(iod bless our
homo," Hiid tho opposite corner left
blank. Mr. Travcrs surveyed itawhih.',
and then said: "Why don't you f-f-tiil
that other o-o-o-oorner up with, "Ami
d-d-d m our cook."
Do Not Bo Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really docs as rccomnieuded.
Electric Bitters wo can vouch for as being
a true aud reliable reined v( and ono that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dig
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof wo apeak, and
can readily say.givo them a trial. Sold at
fifty centi a bottle by Barclay Broa. (3)
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
THE GREAT CERMAN
Kellevirs and cures
II K A llA( H K, TOOTHACHE,
Scronnii, Cull, BruiiCl,
Itl K, HVAVnU.
And all other bodily tutu
FIFTT CENTS BOTTLE.
Sold l,y nil DmkkIiW and
O.iilfiN, DlrwilDiil In H
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(f .-. a t VH,H.tKl'0
ItKllliiiorr. ,f ii I'.M. A.
l Hill ll
The only known specific for Eptleptlc Fits. a
4f-Alao for Spasms and Falling blckncni.-4
Nervous WcaknvM quickly relieved and cured.
Eqnnllfd by none In delirium of fever."5a
Neutralises germs of disease and sickness.
Cures ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores.
Cleanses blood, quickens elugglch circulation.
Eliminates Bolls, Carbuncles and ScalJi.
ar Permanently and promptly cures paralyils.
Yes, It Is a charming and healthful Aperient
Ellis Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing cauie.
t WItouta biliousness and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxative.-
It drives Sick Headache Uke the wind.ta
t'fContalus no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing It.ia.
Restores life-giving properties to the blood. -4
Is guaranteed to cure aU ncrvoas disorderB.fi
reriteUable when all opiates fali.-g.
Refreshes the mind and Invigorates the body.
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded. -l
L Endorsed fn writing by over fifty thomand
cadlng physicians in U. 8. and Euro.c -S
Leading clergymen In U. S. and Europe."
Diseases of the blood own ft a conqueror. "
For sale, by all leading druggists. 1.SQ.C
For testimonials and circulars send stamp,
Tho Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
Ct. Tcceyli, ZZ.O. (lit
ha gained an enviable
known, displacing a'l
other pr parathms. An
article of undoubted
WJARRH cotes i .
LKifll) OK 8HUFF.
HAY-FEVEP Apply by tbe finger
n" 1 "wfcIXiDto the nostrils. It
will be abnorbed. erTectually cleansing the nasal
iaKra?s f ratharrhal virus causing bcalthy ee
creth'ns. It allays li flammatinn. pretexts the
n e i.branal II ini; of the head from addi tnual
colds, completely heals the sires and restores the
ser.tf of (arm aud smell. Benefl, lal results are
realized nv a rew apjinratinris.
A I IIOKOl'Gri TKKATMENT WILL Cl'BE
t'n q ialcd for Cold in the Uead, Headache and
Deafne-s. or anv kind ol mucous memhranal trrita-
tlon. ."end lor circular. Mr mall, prepaid, 50 c,
a iiatKaue rniNji wuivea. oiu ny an wnole
tale and retail d'ngglstf.
EI.Y'SCKKAM HALM CC.Owego, N. Y.
hiicKien's Aruica Salve
The Ui st Salve !n the world for Cuts,
lliuiws, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Nres, letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, anil all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures riled, it is guaranteed to give Dur
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 rents pur box. For sale by Harry
Louis T. Sullivan, East St. Louis, III.,
says: "Brown's Iron Bitteis is the best
medicine I have ever taken; it cured me of
malarial fever. '
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
L'ia, Neivous Shock, St. Vitus Dance, Pros
tratioti, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Oryaus, are all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Brain Fond,
the great botanical remedy, f I pkg., 0
tor fa. At tirugnits.
One SufTei iiig- SonI Happy.
"If I can semi ono suffering soul to you,"
writes .1 Hint's toruin, ot vai!itjum, III., "I
will be happy Samaritan Nerviuo cured
mo, and will cure all cases ot fits." $1.50.
I have been alllicted for twenty years,
(luring the months ot August aud Septem
ber, with Hay Fever, and have tried vari
ous remedies without relief. I was induced
to try F.ly's Cream Balm: have used it with
favorable results, and can confidently rec
ommend it to all similarly afflicted. Rob
ert W. Townley, (ex Mayor) Elizabeth,
N. Y. '
The Entrance to the Catacombs
is not more forbidding than a niouili dis
mantled of teeth. This disfigurement is in
most instances, the consequences of a want
of attention to them in youth, but is happi
ly prcventible, with SOZODONT, used as a
Btuirp npeaker once urged his auditors to
vote, "early and often." This staple arlicle,
i a thoroughly reliable means of rendering
the teeth ornamental and serviceable. The
press aud medical profession indorse it.
The grape crop of A. Speer's vineyards in
New Jersey laat year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in New
Jersey have so increased each year that he
baa been enabled to keep a stock live or nix
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. Sc.luih, druggist.
Woiik Given Out. On receipt of vour
address wo will makn an offer by which
you can earn $3 to 1 evenings, Bt your
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
FRIDAY MORNfNO, JULY , 1683.
617 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
- r1l Ormhmt or two medical
lleK. ( Inn i,,.,.,, iM,j,,.r clkuhH i, the lr.at
ineut of Chrouio, Nurvom, fUlii ami
liloo.1 DlMMa than any other plivnleUii In
si. lAiula, m city ,a,rri Lw niuf all old rl.
ilmts know. CoiKullallmt t oltireur by mall,
rreeaiid Invited. A friendly talk or liH oplnli.n
Costs nothln If. When It li li.rnuvrniwit to vllt
lie city .or treatment, iimdleliie can Iwariil
ly mallor exprtn tvervtvlirrr, (.'uralde cu-i-s
Kuaraiiu-ed ; whwe doubt xlt Klnfrimkly
Hated. Call or Write. '
Norvom Prostratloa. Dability, Mental and
fhjicajWeaknes, Vurcurial and other
affeetlona of Throat, Skin and bones, Blood
lapurltiss and Blood Poisonintr, Skin AtTeft.
tions, Old Sores a?d Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rbeumatism, Piles. Special
attention to case from over-worked brain.
SUBCICA.Ii CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgengjs or Exposures.
It U M'lf.pvldeiit that n jihvslclan iavlni(
Varlk'iilur atu-iitlon to a clif- of raws aiiulii
kri-at klll, and i-lt Mi'ian In rnuiilar irai tlr
al! ovi-r the iiiiiniry knuvt liiK 1 1 I . fn-.i u-n 1 1
ni'oninii'nd fawn to the .,.i i.llUf In Ain-rlra
Ihth cvi-ry known millaur' la p'Smil to,
and the pi-nvud ftninl t't'itirii,.,, or all
li'-s and I'ouiitrics aiv ui d. A wholi' honr Is
us4 forolllre inri")ev and nil are trrali'd with
skill in a rviM-etriil manin-r; and, knowlnx
what to do. no extiHrlmrnis an made. On ac
count of the una', iiumlwr n i I 1 ic . Um
charKra ar kci.t low. often lower tTan l
demanded hv otliers li vou m-i lire the nkl'l
and (ret a n'.y and per feel lil cure, thai Is
the luiortaiit matter. I'm., hli t, im puge
fc-nt tu any addrcia frie.
PiSia. . MARRIAGE GUIDE. J p2g6&.
F.lfk'ant rlotli a:vt i-ilt hlndlnir. fiealed fur W
rentM In iio'-taiie or eitrreriry. liver li it y won
'erfnl pen pii'tiire, tin. to life artlrli"'oii Ihd
lollowlni; aiilijeet... Wlioinnv marry, who not'
why? I'nyier hw tn marrv. Who marry llrsti
dalihiHid. V'oniHiiliMtfl, I'll '-iral di-ruv. ho
dinnld nniri y. How I If'- and' h 1 1 . . I ln - li i o ' In!
increased. I lio-e n , i r i . I or eoinviiiiiliitluir
I'larryliiu should read it. it onihi to lie read
ny all adult pei xiiiH, ili. i , kept under I'M'k uml
k.'y. Toplllnr edition. Sllixe aUive, hilt Jillper
over and u0pHi:e xi ccnti by mail, iu luouuy
Ilaa heen more destructive itn bumau hculih and
life than war. puntl't'iice ai.d fanilnu romhitn il."
Soaul a rtsrliiir'j4ned writer many tears ano.
and it l as true to-lay a th .ii. 'I hn poor victim
of Blood Dl a l drui'ued with Merrtiry to cure
inuma aiiv. asuim n uoaed witrt loaiui s in ruie
him nfth Mercurial Poininiie; hnt u. ad of any
relief, tbe first breaks down his kenural he th and
makca him a cripple, aud tbe other ruiua hi di
gestive oriians. To those afflicted In thin way
etwift a bpuclUe la the rreatcsi boon on isrili. anil
Is wor h more thin its welchl in (fold. It antidotes
this Meicurlal I'oison, tones up the svsi. rn, and
brings the surTi ier hack to i ealtu aud In ppineioi.
Kverjr person who has rver been salivated should
by ail in an take s thorough con fe of i bit- p mi dy.
.ItprEii'ONvii.i.i, Twn.us (;a.
Five years ao I found on my plantation a ioI
ored roau who wan hadlv dieaaed He slated
that five ' ears before he had contracted a vlok lit
cae of Blood t'ulson, and had Deen treated hy
many phyrlclans, all faillni; Ui cure him. 1 treat
ed him with bwtft' rpeinc, and in a short time
he was sound aud well, and ban not had a a uip
turn of the disease since. 1). M. HUU1IES.
One L'ent'einan who had been confined tn lit
bod six weeks wllh Mercurial Kheumaltsm has
been cured entirety, and enk In the hliiheet
praise of S. S. S. C11ILKS & CTBhY.
will be paid to any Chemist who will Hud, on
analysis of 100 bottles of 8. S. S , one particle of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mineral sub
stance, THE SWIFT SPKCIFIC CO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
W Write for the little Booa which will be
Price: Small size, $1 (W per bottle. I.aiye
size (holding double quantity) Wl. 75 bottle. All
DrnnKli'ts sell It. 4
Neurozone, tw Xerve-I.ife, Stroittrtli and
Vhinri i it poMtivo restorntlvo for the Loss) of
Manly Vifror in Younjr, Middle-Aued and
Old Men, no mutter from what cause. In Ner
vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal Weakness, anil kindred ailments,
this Standard Remedy is a certain cure, and
to all siieli auiferers, who send a atatenirnt of
their troubles, aqimntltv snfflcieiit to provj its
virtue will lie sent Free of Cost. Addres".
NEyil?ZONE MEDICAL C6.,
P.O. Boa 2494. St. Louis, Mo.
I State & Monroe Sts., Chicago,
Wlllirn'l ti-a! t tAHnv -1r1rta tlitlr
BAND CATALOGUE, i
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I off i(iruiuctt4, NitUt Uttlu,'
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l Statttli, Prom &tinr'i PUfTt, tti
Hat, Piin-lry IUik) Outfit, litpftblnf
liMatertfi nl o tnilnli. tttrinttoo and k.f
Lwrrtm tor tnit. n llAUila. uud ft CUlo.tuY
That smart n en sreraue I'.nO to $8 (kl per day pro
flt. nelt fin the 'Toeket Manual." 'Ihemont marvel
jous llltle volume ever sirred. Needed, endoraed
aud purchased by all classed ; nothiuir In the liook
line ever equal toll. Will provo It or furfeit $: o.
Complete sample and out lit 5' c , or lull parti
culars for stamp. Dou'ti'art out anuln until vou
learn what Is "aid of this book anil what olliers
are doing. W. H. TlltlMPHON, Pnhllslier, IUI
Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa. nprM3rn
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
The palutlal Anchor Line steamer
Will leave Cairo every Sunday and Thursday even
Iiir at n o'clock, Klvlntf Cairo a dally boat lor St.
kflF nnp,lf.,ilaa al..a ... ...),. (a r'ut.t
Ihni. W. Nbteldaunnritl Aont, or Sol A. Sliver,
LOUIS &. ST. PAU
1 ' - rTrfr r
- Fine 8lds-Whol PasaenRer Stsomer ;
' K-1??it,y,ivBURMN'aTON' ROCK ISLAND,
t trH.id1'01 CUNT ON. ni'HVUUB,
Kt PaiJ IVkntalBard Ht. Louis ieri MondaAVd. . .
Ikwlnyaad trlihiy, at ' p.m. Vnlneri Keoliiik Poip! '
lalaiiToHt. I.oiil.dnlty, Hiindinrntenptod.attp.nl, ,,
Kxmnlon Tloket at low ratM to Ht.I'anl. tlnt 11
Allntinliinb MnH .11 Hnl,...Unn,nurllMn.l. IiIhu.
hand obMMttoiiM to Daknia.Noaluiaand Manitoba. '
rnr llluatratad Quid Jkxik, tlm Ublaa, iwaiwiuar ,
podftvUrht 4atM.dndatiiarlnronaat4oa. ddAnw. . U
hillii .lmilkt lnsitsin u Bri llni
nor discolor tns Skin, or leave
tltf Joints, Nerufalgift, Lamo
son inruat, rains in uie
uiu la equally eiiiutteums lur tui uitiiis in Uie Dlomacn and Bowals
requlrllifC a powerful dlttuslve atluiulaut. ftes Merrill's Almsnue. . '
Ask your Druggist tor It. Price
Prepared only by JACOB S.
Wefaittlon the public aKaliict an Impostor who Is defiantly utillxln.' Dr. J. A. fchorman's tire-lone
repniotlon by dlatorling the likunesaes of hU pationts, and generally c unterfeitlnir the character
it ni Book, and publMilnir the saiuu Iu pami hlet form end si ndiiiK It out as Dr. F. 'i'. Sroythe'i
nook, r presenilis the llkemisea to bo ensea he has inre'. Hils man Kiuythe Is located .In 81
l.onls. Mo., rails l is rooms "Vienna Institute." With the aim and ilelibura ion ol a counter elter
Si 11 and coin, the man Mmyth has set .-all In the rupture hualnuss with hi shamsleaa
lilrellnxs to pi r-onate these picture frauds and false staivmeuts of euro, hopiiii: to escape detection sod
Dr.J A. HIIEKMAN'A bonk, wlih tratbful photoL'rapblc llliuiieises of patients and reliable itats
meiits from emineut ijoutlemeu. Is mailed for 10c. Oitlre 2 1 Brnadnay, New Vork.
" IH IVOVV OI'EX FOP. TIIK SKASON.
TERMS: $8.00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Xi'ver-failinff Sirinirs of coolest water i'liar;t"l with licalim,' nml
cuiative piopi-ties that liavi' Httioil flic test of inoro tlinn sixty
years' continual uso by the licalth-scckt rs or tlioe iu scuich of tent
ami recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. i, "THE IRON SPltlNG"
will ImiM up the weak and debilitated, iuiseses jiroperfies that are
iiiiexcellecl as a tonic, and is considered a wire euro for Chills, Ague,
Ktc, by the lie n e of the neijfhborliOod. .
.NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPUING"
flows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ico water, and liuu
drtds ilriiikin(f all day from its basin r.iil to. lower llic water liue.
This Siirinir Is a certain euro for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
.1, '-THE SULPHUK .SPUING"
is a new ono oiiened for the lirst time this season, an 1 its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Uliie tick.
The;e Springs ari? surrounded by irrand mouutaiii scenery. Tho
air is always puro and cool. o hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular. t
( J. E. LEMEK
Pope Co., 111. ) IJi-onri?tor.
NKW A OV K RTIS EM KNTS
After a Rainy Ride a ( ouutry l'hysi
ci in Tells What He Thinks or
"I 'vlsh to gracious snme people would learn
when they need a d rtorand slicn they don't,"
exc aimed DocUir E , as he entered his house
in a coiiey little village fn tho interior of the State
of New Vork. after a tedious night ride for many
miles. I hare been down a m on j,' tho monutnlns tu
see a man, wao the messenger sa d, was yery sick,
and not likely ro live "till n orrilng, unless he had
Immediate help; and found him snlTerlng from a
ra her eh irp attack of co Ic, which his family
might have relieved in ten minutes, if they had a
irraln of sense and two or Hire simple remedies In
tbe house. Hut no; they mnst remain Ignorant as
pigs, an i whi ii the least arho or pnlu takes them.
send fur a Joctnr, whether they ever pay him or
"Why ''''i '! whin kind of simple remedies, as
yon call them, do you expect poople to keep In the
bouse?" afktd his wllu as alio poured him a cup
of hot tea.
'Iu this caco," answered tho Doctor, "If they
hail only put a UENhON'8 CAl'CINE POKOL'S
I LAST tK on the man's stomach, he would bae
been all right Iu a hour, and raved mo a dreary
In all ordinary complaints it cures ut once.
All diseases rj eliminated Irom the syslunhy
what ni iybo roughly called expulsion or extrac
ton, or by a union of the two processes. Hen-
eon's Planer promotes both. It Incites the torpid
organs to act, aud sends i s heating, suul'ilnir Iu
fluenro through the m)rlad pores of the ski u. All
other planters obligu the patleut to wait. They
give biiu hope for to-morrow. Benson's plasler
give him help to day. Which is belli r. do joil
think? Buy tho CAK'ISE aud keep It In the
bouse. I'rlce 'ii cents.
SealiuryA Johnson, Chemists, New Yoik.
IQ SETS REEDS,
Price only $125
llmll worth $430 K m-
II.IIMl Willi Qtlll' inakMr.1
ri,uio(U6 prlca. sjiQri
Orgsnfj for only
lCtO. BparUI WtIIH
ua On .us anil runolnrua.
ft! Iti'lnif nifjntt nlvrotl
frf cuni Ii uivaU titilus, n
UMfftiH. hthr ?no buy
or lift, you r wiloom toj
Orinn Wflrfct ! tili(M
MilfiJimi on vrjr IObiIq
OANIEL F. BEiTTY, WASHINGTON, NEW JERSEY.
AlutvM or ran npn
HOOKS. 12.ri TONS
of Htand'ird Itimks, runny of thorn the best editions
fiuiiiisneo. l our ciinici' sent lor exanuiiallon lie
oru DBvnit'Ut, on -easiuiahlo evldenru of ui..,.i
faith, the hooiis to be ru'iir.iod at my expense if
i" ' nini'iiii'iurjr, n.ueini imrgaiuH tnis OlODItl
Now publications every week. I'rlres lower than
ever before known, ranging from Two Cents for
iiinujiioii -nnoeii Arunn, iinaiiridged Large
Tvpe, to I5 for lite largest and best Amsncan
Cvclopi'dla. Nut sold by dealers prices li o low.
Clrriilnrs rree, Mention this paper.
JOHN . AI.DH N, I'ulillsher, IH Vesey SI..N. Y.
Cnvst.fiioe tor BABY
Sjtflfl for an 18 :i
tyWjitcp Organ, i ,i
CrWPEl OMAN. $W A
Warranlea. , iUrss ,
PtrsiNMis Co., l'J ,
West llth PI. F. I. V
UJainx u lu w
"1 ' S 4'
poscd mostly o( Esseutlal Oils
. ---- j uuwvi
roe most DAiietratlnir l.ihim.r,t
Maun .n - . . ' .T .
disagreeable effects of ny kfnd.
jjnmittlirin, Sprmfns, BrRfaw
Back, Cramps, ToothAche.
Lilians oria auy pari ol the tiyitem
60 eta per bottle
ST. LOUIS, MO
" lu every town In the Dnloa
1 1 Or. Smoke for flcl
3 Id" HAVANA KLLLKI),
rMiupit, ii oi wit aeuv.
ercd to any part of tho
U.s.forSl. Rnd for our
lann. a... DtJkT,T,(
K KAli, Indiana piilla, lud.
TBHKK HAUTE, INDIANA.
A well-endowed School of Englneerltig. Depart
menis: ilocliaules. Civil Kuglricerlug, Chemistry
and Urawlng. The Worcestur plan. Ample man
ufiiiturluu niachlnc shops, labonnories. library,
cabinet and models. Throe classes organized. Ad
dress, till Sept. 1, S. S. KAUI.V, Esq., tfoc'y.
After that dale.
I'UKS TCIIAULES O. TIIOMTSON.
Ii EUTISKHS by addressing UKO. 1. UOW
'V fcl.l. A CO., Id Sprites St.,ew York, can learn
thu exact ciiKt of any proposed line of advertising
In American Newspapers. Ityi'io page Taraphlet
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
llw Howard Oaltanio HblelA
vanloand Manutllo Applt
aik and (iarmaats arw a
lly. I'aralj.la, hhrumatlaia
' KillBKy.KihHU'liio, Lows
of Vital Bnarinr, Ovarwork
ed liraln, Wwk Dark. Kid-
Iiwy. l.lror, anil NUimaan
ciiniilalnls, and ars adapt
ed to Kitiikh Hut, Thaa
vary InUiat Im-
(rum halts and all
otbara, aa thr
aolda, eaa.lna no
.urea, nor Irrltw
tlnu on lis .kla
can hs worn al
work aa well m
. n.t eulj autlnt-
shirt tu wearer.
I I'nwsr retfuliitwd
I ent aUiiM of all
1 illaaM.a whr)
i oi iwokik. i uua rur in km only at one nacU
thn aaiit ot (IImiii.u, aa they aet dlraet utaia Narvuua,
Musrular, nn.it (l..ii,riill (Vnlsra. aiwdlly maha-lntr
ItmrltHllty-wllleli l Klwtrlelly-drainnl from thaaya
tHru hy aniHKt nr liidlnerHlluna, Ihey lima In a aalural
way oviiremiiH tlia wunknxaa without dniKWlna thw atom'
aeh. Tlwy will cum ovary eiuw atiort ul atriicturai da
iwnarutlun, and aru pmiiarsd to fiirnlb th moat
smiibiitlii mid iiliuiluin prmit tn ani'imrt our clalma,
llluatraled tamiihlol Kre,..or sent awuled lor So notour.
OoniulUtloa I AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
rtHsItTltrdf 3l2N.6th8t.,6t. Louis. M".
"TUN UA IVMl.AV
A New snd complete Hotel, fwntln on Levsu
Second aud Kailroad Htrsett,
Tho rasener Depot of tks Chlesiro, 81. Lonls
snd ,4iiw Orloaiiai Illinois Contrail W abash, Ml.
I.ouls and I'arlllci Irou Mountain and Hiinthern;
Mobile ami Ohio: I'alro and Ht. Louts Railways
are all Just across th stnwtt whlls the Bioaruboat
Landing Is bat one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has attan
Laundry, llydraullo Klevalur, Rlectrlt Call Balls.
Automatic Klro-Alanns, Baiht, abaoluU'ly pur sir.
perfect sewerage and complete appointment.
(titperh furnishings i psrfecl tsnrlca; and aa ma
U I. PA.14KKH UO