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THE DAILY CAIRO lSULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1683.
The Daily -Bulletin,
CONCLUDED FROM FOUBTH PAOK.
k rarenou appetite that anything would
taste good, but our host, Mr. Joe . Lemen,
uperviges the table and we haveipring
chicken and all the delicacies of the ica
OD ad lib. For the benefit of the unlearn
d I would hay that ad lib. don't mean
once a week, but three times a day, and a
1 uoch when ever you want It. The great
trouble with the majority of western water
ing places is the absolute lack of anything to
charm the eye. One can drink water and
eat and put in the rest of the time aUring
at an unattractive stretch of fields. Here
the scenery is the chief charm. Even
around the springs proper nature seems to
have tried herself, and within a stone
throw are huge boulders and ferny chasms
that charm one by their grandeur. ' I know
of only one place in the West that resem
bles it and that is the ftmed Boulder Can
oo of Colorado. This place lacks the mag
nificence of that canon, simply because It is
on a smaller scale, but It is equally beauti
ful. For miles the sightseer can iollow a
rocky gulch which ever presents new beaa
ties. Here an npright wall of rock, and
there a chasm through which the little
streams tumble in hundreds of tiny waterj
falls. The principal points are Album
Rock, Gibrnlter, First Kins Cave-My
Henrt's Broke, The Pool, Brennan's Falls,
The Old Mill, Wigwam, Lions Pass, Kock
City, Giants Causeway, Ambush Rock and
the Miideu's Ileal. This latter place
brings to my mind one of the old Indian
legends of the olace. This country, from
Cive-in-Rjck back, was formerly peopled
by the Sluwnees, a fbrce tribe who used
these wonderful g'lrjj' S ss hiding places
when pursued by tlieir enemies. The
Maiden's lle.nl is a round, fiat rock with a
chssiu in the centre. To use a homely
phrase, it look like a piece of pie with
lit cut lu ttiu centre. The Indians claim
that this cut was (but made by a toma'iawk
in the hands of Cullumbi, the fierce old
Shawnee etituf who formerly ruled here.
And now for the story. Old Cullumbi had
a lovely daughter, Leaping Fawn by name.
All the vounir bucks in the tribe were
mashed mi her and used to take her to
church and choir meeting, and break them
selves up buying her ice cream, and she was
such a favorite that on Christmas her buck
skin leggings were never lar'u enough to
bold her gifts, and she used to borrow
pair fiurterj sizes largor from her aunt,
old Muakkishi, who bad sciatic rheumatism
in both les. Now, ou this rheumatism,
baoL's part of tho story, both of the springs
and of Leaping Fawn. "Young Doc
I don t Know wiiai uu name was wss
brave of the tribe, and he lovcJ Miss Fawn
better than he did tripo or cold
roast dog, which is saying a great deal
He got solid with the old woman by curing
her rheumatism, which he did by applying
mud Iroui the First Spriog. (This mud is
used to this day for the same purpose.) In
return lor tins MUSKKISM una ner uroiuer
. i 1 I. i
both promised Doc that the hand of Leap
ing Fawn should ho his. This was all right
as far as it went, but L.'aping Fawn was
tuck on a young Iroquois chief named
Ruffilo Lunii. BufT.-I call him' that for
short wns a great old dandy, and when he
striped his nose with red paint, stock a few
eatjle feathers in his hair, and walked with
his toes turned out, he was as fine looking a
)ouni Indian as you would seo anywheie
ouuide a tobacco sign. He used to go to
see Fawn regularly, and they used to meet
and sit mi Maiden's Head ruck, and he
would tell Uer how solid he was with the
trirls at home, and sue would chow him
verses ttiat young J)oc wrote to her and
they'd both got jealous and tuss,and finally
they'd kiss and make up and Bull would
' hold her band all tho rest of the evening,
' no matter how hot it was. and nhe would
get' bears grease all over his shoulder and
ho wouldn't say a word, and all this time
the surface of the rock was smooth and
getting smoother from being used as a kind
of Sunday evening arm-chair by the young
lovers. About this time Doc began to kick
because Fawn was never at home when he
called, and he and old Muikkishi followed
' Fawn one night and saw young Buff chawing
her ear and telling her yum yum stories on
the rock, and when they told old Cullumbi
he fanned Fawn's polonaise with a dried
buffalo tongue and told her if ho ever tound
her swapping saliva with strange young
men again he'd cut off her head off. Love
laughs at locksmiths, and that very night
Fawn stole off aud met Buff on tho rock.
They were just dividing some wax that he
had brought her, when there was a yell and
tho woods socmod full of Indians. Buff took
tumble off the rock, but poor Fawn's
dreas was so tight she couldn't run and the
old man grabbed her. "What did I tell you
about this suit-snap talk with stranire young
mont Did I not tell thee I would cut oil
thy head off, foolish girl?" said old man
Cullumbi. Poor Fawn tried to got out of
' It. hut the cvtdoncu was aiainst her. She
tried to Introduce testimony that she was
trying to help Buff hanu pictures, but this
was barred out by the decision in the great
Boechcr caso, and Fawn was sentenced to
have her head cut off. She pleaded for
timo to fix her back hair and put in Iit
Sunday earrings, but Cullumbi said thero
was no timo for moiikey-businos, that ho
' had to attend council mooting at eight.
Two braves laid the trembling girl down
on tho rock and "drew away the clustering
ringlets that bung iu wavy masses adown
nock of alabaster." Tho old chief plucked
a hair from his head and tried tho edoo of
bis tomahawk, then spit nn his bunds,
raised it and it descended with terrible
force nn the rock, for the Great Spirit jerked
Leaj lug Fawn away and took her to Cave-
n-R m k, where she and Buff were married.
And to this day the rock is called Maiden's
Head rock, and the slit in (he center th it
was made by the tomahawk can be seen to
this day, The action of water ii wearing it
arger each day. I believe this story because
saw the rock. If 1 had heard the story,
and the rock had not been otlnred iu evi
dence, I might hive doubted it.
This place is rapidly filling up with
boarders. They coino here from all parts
of the country, and moutj are here now, who
uve not miss :d a season hern in ymr. In
describing tho place I have nut ex tggers
ted la the least, and in one other point I
like it, i. e., there is an entire absence ot
style. People dress for comfort, that being
what they come here for. Joe Lemen is a host
who believes in making his guests enjoy
themselves, and every hxly here docs just as
he or she pleases. Yours,
Tuk Ahuus Man.
A silver miner out at Clear Creek,
Was so hoarse he could hardly speak,
He left his tul.
Got St. Jacob Oil,
la a minute it cured bis squeak.
A California Tree.
Menteur and myself were walking
tranquilly up a wooded ravine iu Cal
ifornia when a woodman on the hillside,
smile di-titnoe above u.s. took his pipe
'out of hU mouth, and tranquilly re
marked: "Cut'M you fellers jest as well 0
- It is ono of my rules in life never to
ask useless questions. I went bind,-.
And in a few momenta I found outwhy.
The sound of chopping and the swish
of the daw suddenly ceased, and a long,
mournful cry rang through the woods.
It was the warning note of the woodman.
The top of a tall tree somo distance
ahead of m began to tremble slightly.
There was an awful prolonged groan
such a groan as might come from the
hairy breast of the imprisoned giant be
neath Mount iEtnn. Then came a sharp
"iTek!"ns the mighty tree-trunk snap
ned. Tu tall monster slowly and ma
jestically moved toward the earth. There
was a terrible crash as it smote the
branches from ita fellow trees smiting
them as cleanly as with a cimeter.
There was a roar as of thunder when it
struck the ground; the earth trembled
for rods around, as if an earthquake
shock was upon us; a cloud of dust rose
up, and when it cleared away tho im
passive woodmen were stripping the
fallen giant of his limbs.
Inasmuch as the tree fell upon the
exact spot we had occupied a moment
before, we understood and appreciated
the remark of the laconic woodman.
We watched the woodmen prepare an
immense log, about twelve feet in di
ameter. They drove iu the staple, and
then hitched to it twenty oxen ten yoke.
"The goad-bearer punched his animals,
swore at them in a pleasant and per
suasive voice, and then started. Tho
mammoth log groaned slightly, turned
reluctantly, and moved forward an inch
The iron ring had snapped in twain.
Its two fragments flew two different
ways one passing between the interest
ed heads of Men ten r and myself. If it
bad struck us we would have lost all in
terest in logs and other mundane things.
Not having struck us, I maintained my
interest. I looked with much curiosity
to soo what had become of the twenty
oxen. 1 expected to see them out of
sight, ns an Irishman might say, by
reason of the sudden slackening of the
They were not out of sight, but they
were the most miscellaneous, most con
fused, and most disgusted oxen I ever
saw in my life. They were engaged in
turning twenty distinct, complicated,
and rapid somersets.
Menteur, in telling this story, invari
bly ends it by saying that each ox lit on
his feet. But then Menteur is not mark
ed for his veracity. Sun Francisco
The Heart's Work.
As with each stroke the heart pro
jects something like six ounces of blood
into the conduits of the system, and as
it does so some seventy times every
minute and 4,200 times in an hour, this
implies that it does the same thing 100..
8W times in twenty-four hours, oii.OOO..
000 times in a year, and more than
2,500,000.000 times in a life of seventy
years. Tho mechanical force that is
exerted at each stroke amounts to s
pressure of thirteen pounds upon the
entire charge of blood that lias to bo
pressed onward through tho branching
network of vessels. According to the
lowest estimate that has been made,
this gives nn exertion of foreo that
woulii ho adequate, In another form of
application, to lift 120 tons one foot
high every twenty-four hours. Yet tho
piece of living mechanism that is called
upon to do this, and to do it without
pause for threo score years and ten
without boiug itself worn out by the
ell'iA't, is a small bundle of flesh that
rarelv weighs more than eleven ounces.
It Is In the nature of tho case, also, it
must bo remembered, that this little
vital ruaehino cannot bo at any time
stopped for repair. If it gets out of or
der, it must bo set right as it runs. To
stop tho beating of the heart for moro
than tho briefest interval would be to
change life into death. Tho narrative
of what medical science has done to
penetrate into tho secrets of this deli
cate force pump so jealously guarded
from the intrusions of tho eye that it
cannot even bo looked into until its ac
tion has roused, is, nevertheless, a lotif
history of wonders. By means of tho
spygmograph a writing stylo uttnohod
to tho wrist by means of levers and
springs -tho pulse is tnado to record
actual autographs of cardiac and vas
cular derangement. Edinburgh fe.
John Beotley, 148 E. Monroe St., Chica
go, Ills , says: "Brown's Iron Biters cured
1110 of heartburn, alter suffering fur years."
W. P. L4iDi. river editor ol Tai BdllitiM
D'l ateanboit paisaniter agent. Orders for all
kltidaof iteamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Buwor't European Hotel. No. 7 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF TUK RIVER.
Ths river marked by the gauge at this
port last evening at 0 o'clock 26 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
Chattanooga, July 11. River ii feet 11
inches and rising.
St. Louis, July 11. River 23 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 11. River 11 feetO in
ches ami falling.
Louisville, July 11. River 7 feetOin-
chf-s and fallim.'.
Nashville, July 11. -River 4 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, July 11. River 5 feet 11 in
ches and falling.
The Ous Fowler trom Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
R. R. aud leave on her return trip at 4:30
The Chas. Morgan arrived here last even
ing and passed up. She was four days out
from New Orleans.
The City of VickBburg from tho south
psfsed up for St. Louis last evening.
The Arkansas City with a good trip
pstsud down for Vickshurg last night.
The City of New Orleans from below
will report here this morning tor St. Louis.
The Granite State from St. Louis is due
this evening forShawneetown.
Cttpt. G. D. Moore the popular comman
ds of the Cons. Millar will arrive here this
evening with his reliable packet, enroute
for Cincinnati. W. F. Lambdin, Passenger
Agent, will furnish tickets to passengers at
The J. H. Hillman leaves here this morn
ing at 10 o'clock for Nashville. Capt.
Tom Galigher master of ceremonies.
The Jas. W. Guff from Cincinnati will
arrive here Saturday for Memphis.
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati is due
for New Orleans to day.
The City of Baton Rouge for New Or
lennsis due to-night from St. Louis.
The Ous Fowler is doing a big business
since the wheat crops have began to move.
The City of New Orleans made the run
from New Orleans to Memphis on this trip
up in three days and including 38 landings,
this is hard to beat. William, you'll have
to do some better running than you have
done yet, to beat this.
The Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis is
due this evening and leaves here on her re
turn trip to night.
It Worked Like a Charm.
Smart Boj. "M annua, I'vcac'nun.
drum. Do you know why that story
napa told you about being kept out so
laio uiKing siock hi me siore is iiko
Sampton's Liver Lotion, advertised .in
the evening paper?''
Mother. " hat foolishness are you
talking about, chilil.j
Smart Hoy. "Well, I heard Major
nruuson ak papa how the old woman
took 'the yarn about being kept out late
taking fctock, and they hot u laughed
and papa said: 'it lust worked like a
charm; and here is a man, writing in
the evening paper, says that he rubbed
the Liver Lotion on three times, and
that 'it just worked like a charm."
The smart boy got cuffed by his mother
and locked up under the stairs by his
father, and he has learned that conun
drums of that brand are not safe to
handle. Tercm Sittings.
Swlft'a Specific line been tho mean of bringing
health ana tiapplueea " tuousauda woo were
pronounced incurable of Blood and Skin Dine ale,
HEAK THE WITNESSES!
Saved f i om a Horrible Death.
fnitn to Msv last t had anpnt At it ast fivn him
dred dollar for treatment by many of the beat
metllcni men, without ttur Deoelll. I ulk-roil ex
cruciatingly, and all tur beat frltindi advlncd me
that the Icy hand of death win tun appr.-achiuK
louiruiai n. n. s. iiko a drowning man n
tntw. Jftor U inn two bottles I could fri-l a
chat so for tha butter, Th orv ln-san to dl
chaise frcelv and tha rUtcumattftm to abate. W"h'n
I bad taken tlx bottlei every fore bad b alert and
my kln heem to amount) a nutnrat appi'trauce I
peralttud until I had tuki-n twelyti boitle. larc;
:ze. and THERE IS NOT A SYMPTOM Of TUB
DISK AH K KKMA1NINO, and I full a well a I
evvrd'd. I I'ave earned twuntv-ona potindi in
flesh, and my frlenda wonder at my nap ovud con.
dttUin. I have recommended It to many, unp in
every Inatauce with completu ncoei. 1 believe
thBt 8. S. 8. haa laved me from a horrible death . ,
t II. 8MILET, (Jutncy. Id-
I am anro that Swlft'a Speclflc eaved my I'fe. '
waa lurrlhly poleoned with Malaria, and waa g.von
tiplodl... Swlffe Specific relieved m promptly
. T Ihlnlr It la IttA frrAfth'
I think it la ne erea'i'i" ""'."
t . It. Pi r iii an.
Hup , Gaa Worka, Kome, Oa.
Write for a copy of the little book-lree.
4 1 OHO RKWARD will be pbWI io anv Chi rnlat
ft l.UVV who will fltiii.oiiMialyalaof loiliottlea
S 8.8, one particle of mercury, Iodide potaajltim
or auy mineral aubatauce, , -,
i TUK SWtKT Bl'KCIKIC CO., !
1 Drawers, Atlanla. Oa.
fipaadilj alow4 by tha oa of fltoMiM IVmI'
MtMt. which afl-aolually urM Hrvona Dabll
ttj, Umi Tlrllltr. rrvaMtar
all tannblaa trlKni torn o?awok and aioama,
aaapl f TltaUM malted d
ixttun D WkltUar. Kt ftaotiH.. Claiuatl.a
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache.
More Thnml. h-IIIiik-. Si.t-uliia, Itriilnoa,
niirna, i'hiii, a i(H4M.
1U AI.LOIIIkH Hollll.V 1MIVN AMI Ullt'il.
Bold b; Druftfiit, an.) heslri ntrv lin-. Kill; Old! Ultl.
Ulrm-Uuba IU II I.AIItf ilk-.
TIIK I II till. KM A. MM.H.I It I II
w. tuuiu.lt I.U.J Ujlla..r. a.l I S. A
AYhoso Complexion betrays
some humiliating imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells you
that j ou are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in counte
nance, or have Eruptions,
Redness, Itoughness or un
wholesome tints of Complex
ion. we say use Hagan's Mag
It is a delicate, harmless
and delightful article, pro
ducing tho most natural and
entrancing tints, lie artifici
ality of which no observer
can detect, and which soon
hecoines permanent if the
Magnolia Calm is judiciously
No lime ahonld be Tout if the aiomacb, liver nd
bowela ate affected, to adopt the hup; rcridy,
llont Itc-r'a Stoniiich Hitter f 'lueaaei of thu or-
Sana "amed hein-t o'here far nior n-rlnua, and
i-lav ia therefore haHrln. DyHin pa'a. I ver
cemplaiut, chllla and fever, eatly rbvnmatlc
twliiiren, kidney weakneaa brluis aerlims bodily
trmmle If trifled with, l.nae m) time in ulugtbla
t lT-rt vo and aafeme iclnu.
For f ale by all JlruK.'lnta and Deakra genemllv
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A r(t"l'" Ornrlunte t twonieille.it
Ci)llei;es. has been Imiu-er eiin.-iced In the treni-ni'-nt
of 'hroiiio, Ncrvom, Wnii ami
lllonil luid-ert Hi nn Hnv thi r plivuleliin In
St. Loiiln. aa cltv nieri hhw ami nil old reM
drnts know. ( tMi'iillnl (on t oiliee or by iiihII.
free and Invited. A fi lencllv talk or bK idnl'-ii
ct imtbliiB. When It Is Ineo-iv.-nl.-iit to visit
; tie city .or treatment. nieilli'ln." eiui henent
liy mull or i-xpr.-sa every" here. Omielo i -cs
I'linranlei'd : where doubt i-xisls 11 Ii. Irankly
stated. Cull or Write.
Nervous rrcstratioa, Debility, JJcntal anrl
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and othor
affections of Throat, Skin and 1'ones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin AflVo-
tions, Old Sores ard Plcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Rhr-unutipm, Piles. Special
attention to cajea from ovcr-worfed brain.
SUEGICAL CASES receive gpacial attention.
Diseasos arising from Imprudences, Eioessntj
Indulgoacas or Exposures.
It la Hf.e lil.'nt tluit n liv .Ii'Iiih tiivlui;
lartleular attention to a cl;is in'eu-en mitiliis
uri-iit skill, and iliylelnn In renulai- praeilen .
nil over the country knowlnir tliln. lVeiiienily
reeoniinend ese to tlie oldest i.lllce In Aiii.-rleu.
when every known upiilliinee la reinrleil to. I
ami the provl ifooil i-Mii.(1i..M of all
mr and roiintrlea are used. A whole bonne la
ueil for oilier iiiri-e, ami nil are treated with
kill In a reieeli'ul iiiniiiier: and, kiiou-lnit
what to io-no experl lneiils nre iniide, i hi lie
rnnnt of Hip preat iininlier apiilyliiir. tlm
chai'Ki-a are kept lo . often !nw.-r ll.iui N
deiniilided hv mliera It you m-eure the akl'l
and net aapenly and peiii el lil- due, tli.it la
the Important iniller. I'auiplili-t, W pnijuii.
sent to any addreis free.
PLAT&. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Kleirant cloth nid irilt lilndlnif. Bi nlrdforW
ceuta In potai;e or enrreii' V liver llfly won-ti-rllll
iirji pletuii-J, true M life, article on Iho.
follow Inir aiilileeta. Who urn) marry, who not;
bv lri-ol riimttoii, iriv. Who luiirry llraf.
JliliihfK.il. Wiiiiiiiiiliooil. PhvMi-ul ilei iiy. V ho
boiild nmn v. Hnw life and liiiiilneMiiiiv Iw
jnereased. Those i r. il or eonlvuitiliitliiu
inarrylnt; abould ri-ml It. It oii.lit to lie r I
or all Bdiill pei-Min-.. then kept under loek ami
key. I'opulnr.'dlltoii. sunie iisnbovr, hut paper
rover and ifuupuKi" 1.1 rent b- mall. In money
0 IhoMwho frnm Inlwraiioiw, twn nr oihar oaam ar
wnk, unnfrr!, i.. itiirlimt, r-Hjrtli-ailf araliirl, and onibKM
parfbna lirin' tliKlei ini'tlr. " o-nnljr udnna
aanllyourtd, IUnit nouiai-h iwHtlidtiM. fTudiiraM bydnetofa.
aataUwtt anil ih. enwi. ran U;UrM V.tl ..: TaaU
toaofaraatlni Ncrvou l.rMIItT, I'liyalaMl niar.a
wboIlT unor.rdM h, i ll K M AKmtAN IlOl.tlH.1 tnm
Itaa raao iurnl of oarntln rumratlna M full aa4 fjf
ianliooil. H iniiU. f-fTi-rilvfl, iil.tnlT, pituaaft, SMOA
wlte. iinniaatinn with piirmfliH nm.
STON UKMEDV CO e W. UU SU t
Neuroiono, (new Nnw-Mfi', Stwitrili mul
Vi;;nn U :i in-,llM' ri'HlofittlvK for the J, i a of
Manly Viuor In Youiik, MidU'Aeil una
Old Mon, no niulliT I nun wl-iit eune. i" "
voim Debility, Exhuuatlon, Impotoiioy,
Hemlnal Weukn-as, mul klmlri'il nllineiita.
I hli btmdurd Romeily In noertuln curi,iiiul
to nil siieli siillen'i a, w lioaend u Mule niciil of
their troiililes, ii (imntliy snnielciit l ptoVJ Hr.
vlrtuo will lie sent Free of Cont. Addle. ,,
t..o.w.20Mi "l0 &?ai :
nV I Tsl J i J"H 1TP3pc1 moatlyVlKaJientlal Oil's
1 1 I I "M fc kl Ml LJ irhamostDenetmtlnff l inimom
UaaaUllUMaaiBaHknown. 8o concentrate th it.1
raw uitori tppuca io me unariii pfltrattothvry Ion.
nAd almost laatanttv RELIIWK PAIN I Ttwlll not Bnll Clotkl
iiiur aiaooior ms aun. or leave (uaaKreoaoie cupcis oi any Kma. It
ha NO equal for the Cnrcof Rhonmatlam, Spralna, Brnlioa.
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramp, Toota-Aehe.
Sora Throat, Palna in the Llxnb or In any part of the System
Mul la oruiiy tnioiK'loiiH nr pains ti tif btomaoa and Bowela
reuilfnilR a powerful dlflUsiv stlinulaiitt o IterfPlKi Aldinnnc.
Ask your Dnigglst for it. Price 60
rn-pm U duly by JACOB S.
We caution t(m aifbllc'auali'Kt 'an lOioostiT ho
ri'im tHt Ion by dlatorttiiK tli llkinni-a of hi patli-nta, and nem rally ei u n t erfeit i ntr the character
lila Hook, and ptibllblni the aumu In pampblvt form and a uilliiK It out a Dr. F, T. mythe'a
uuk, r pruavniiui; itiu iiKi-ni'i'Hi-a to no cnaca no
l.oula, Mo calla Ma rooma "Vlaona Inftltute."
ofbanlc billa and coin, the man Mmythe haa aet
hirelings to personate thuepl. ture fraud and false
Mr. j. a. MfKKMAnn book, lib truthful photoirrapblc hkcneiaeaor patlenla and reliable atata
menta from eminent uemleaii-n. Is mailed for loc. Ottire 2.1 Broadway, New York.
DtXON " ' SPE1H6S
IS KOW OPEN FOR TIIK SEASON.
TERMS: .'48.00 per week; ,$2.00 per day.
NVver-failinjf Sprincrs of coolest water charged with bealin? ami
curative inopertics that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual nso by the liealth-scekt r", or those in search of rest
and recreation, and the residents for miles around. ;
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will lmild tip the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the peop'e of the neighborhood.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING11
Hows from the recks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking all day from its basin fail to lnwer die water line.
This Spring is a ceriain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
kindred diseases. 1
NO. 3, 'THE SULPIIUR' SPRING"
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
The e Springs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery. The
air is always pun; and cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular.
ALLKsVl'lllSas, I J. E. LEA IEN",
Tope Co., III. ) ., Proprietor.
Alter a Rainy Ride a l omitry Physi
citu Tells What He Thinks or
"I 'vli-h to cracloua lorna people would, learn
when they need a d ctor and when they do'i't,"
exc aimed Doctor E , aa he entered hla houae
In a coney little village In thu Interior ol the State
of New York, after a tedious night rlile for many
milea, I bare been dowu among the mountain to
aec a man, wno Ihu mi'Menger pa d, waa veryeick,
and not Ilknly ro live 'till n.oriilni;, tinier ho had
immediate help; and found him auffurlntj from a
ra her ahurp attack of co ic, which bla family
rulKht have relieved In ten minutes. If they had a
itraln of aonan and two or thru - ai tuple remedlea in
the houao. Hut do; th y nuit remain Ignorant aa
pi i-, an l w hi u Hi e Kant arbo or pain dikes them,
lend f-ir a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
"W l y I'. ( . 'ia'. kind of simple remedlea, aa
you call tbi ni, do you expect people to keep lu thu
houaet" aaked bla wile aa alio poured blm a cup
i, flint lea.
"Jn thla cane," anawered tho Doctor, "If they
had only put a NKNSON'8 CAITINJC I'UROUS
t' LA STE It on the man'a atomach, he would buve
been all rle,ht lu a hour, aud raved me a dreary
In all oidinarv coniplainta It rurea at once.
All diaiaaea are eliminated Irom tha ayatun by
what iu ty be roughly cal'ud expulsion or extri.o
t on, or by a uulou of t'.etwo proceaaea. Uen
ou's Muster promote both. It Incites the torpid
urgiiueto act, and senda I I lieatlilUi aoothlnir lu
llueuce tbronizh tho mrlad porua of thu akin. All
utiier plaster ubllKO the patient to wait. They
Rivhlm hnpii fur to-morrow. Ilenaou'a plaaler
trive lilm help to day. Which la better, do you
think? lluv the C'AI'l'lNK aud keep It in the
houae, ' 1'rlca '.'5 ccnl-f
Seabtiryit Ji.hyaoii, C'heiulata, New Yoik.
10 SETS REEDS
Price only $125
ifi Wltll ntltvt Hikrfl'
rnumiM inoi. urs
Orgnns for only
(Hi OrMii in4 runo(urti
ttftid for mb1iTinirpHi4
......... vh.ihtr ton bur
1 or anl j.iurawtlf ioianf-
-w iriBi ir , ol aaarnaerralliipna
DANIEL F. BEHTTT, WtSHIHGTOH, NEW JERSEY.
aiiinnin nil avirf lonilu-
of Stand 'id Hooka tnanyofthem tha heatedltloilt
published. Yoiireln Iveu nt for exam nut lo he
roti payment, on eaaonab'a rvlilem-.n of coml
la Ih, Ih hiioka to ho iu ur.u'd at my expetiau If
not satisfactory. Special bargains this miiQth,
New piibllcalloiia eyory week. 1'rlrea lower than
ev.'r iiefoin known, riinuli'it from Two Centa for
1'(iiinoii'a "Ktoeh- Arilen, ' uuahrldued l.arire
Tvpej to r for tho laineat and beat Aniaricaa
Cvclopedla. Not aolil by dualtira prlcea tuo low.
( Irciilina fri'D, Miinlinn Ihla paper.
JOHN H AI.DKN, I'tibllaber, HI Veaey HI..N. Y.
tt'"' ROStyYOOD 71 Orr. PIANO,
Willi UnwiL. llmiK.
1 mil. ruin".
r an IH
at Oi (Jilt.
'rHIPEt 'ORQM i.W.
Varranlril. . Addwaa
PtrKlNset Co., 1J
Woatntur.f. w. . .
LlLa aTU 11 U u
eta per bottle
MERRELL, I 11
1a duDantly utiMr.luit Pn. J. A. hhcrman'a llfe-loni
naa inrei. mia man pmyme la locatea in oi
With tho aim and di-liherailon of a coantfr'elter
sail iu tho rupture bualneaa with bla bameleat
etaicmunu of cure, boulni; to escape detection and
"la every town lu tho Union
' CHECK CI3AE,
A. tOe. Smoke for Ac?
RW HAVANA FILLED.
rtniltr an one troHf.
Sample lot of 'M dollr.
ered to any part of tba
U.8 fnrfl. Rendforour
terma.ete. SOU NULL 4C
TKIiUB IIAUTK, INDIANA.
A wull-endowed School of Eaglneerltn;. Depart,
mema: JUecbaiilca, Civil Kngtneerinu, Chenilatry
ami Urawlnu, The Worcester plan. Ample man
ufacturlus macblne ahopa, laboratories, library,
cabinet mid models. Three rlaasea organized. Ad
dress, till Sont. 1, 8. S. KAHLY, Kaq., f oc'y.
After that date,
I'KES'T CH4KLES O. TIIOMP.hOM.
DVEU'riSKhH by aildreaalni; Og(l. V. HOW-
ELL ACO., lOHpruca St., New York. can learn
thu exact coat of any proposed line of advortiflnu
ia American Nuvsapapera. CrT"l0 pau 1'ampblet
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Iba Howard Onlvanlc SblalA
VHoleaod Alminetlo Applt
kdcm kd(I Unrmenta ara a
ttr. l'aralyala, Itnaumatlam
of Vital toargy, (Immork
d Brain. W.ak Bark. Kid
ney. I.lsar, aod HtomAch
cnmplulnta. and arvaiUpt
d to ElTHKa HM. Tbn
vary luirat ln
Irani halti and all
othura, w thay
curraota wit bout
nulda, caatloa oo
nraa, nor Irrita
tion oftha akin
caa ba worn at
wnrk aa wall aa
rfwt only ootlea
alla to woarar.
atiiaea of all
la of Iwnatlt. 1'lrnaa for HEN ONLY at onva raacb,
tha aaiit ot dlaeusa, aa they ant dlraet unoa Narvoua,
Muscular, and OMnnrllra Cautara. aiHNiillljr rtorlna
tbavltiillty-whieli la Klm-trlellr driilnril from tba ays
tain by aieiwa nr lutllseratluna. thy Ihua In a natural
way nvaraoma tba waakniiaa without druatrlng tha atom
aali, Thay will rura avary casa ahnrt of structural da
Hanaratloo, and a lira praparad to furnish tha moat
amphatln anil nti4oluta prmif to atippiirt our olalma,
lllnitratiit I'limpblut Froe.uraantaaHleilforAonoataiia,
CoMuJtatloa I AMERICAN QALVANIO CO.
rnia Invited 3 1 2 N. Oth St., St. Loutg.M".
uriuir? ua r.T.TlUV''
I i mutt AtkiSi. L. k f r " "
A New, aud template Hotel, fronting on Lv0
. neconq anu naiiruau o.rm,
The I'asienKur Depot of lae C'hlcairo, 8t. Loul
a eil .tew tlrlrana: llllnoia Ceatral) Wahaah, Ml.
I.uiila and 1'aclilei Iron Mountain ana Hoiheni
Mobile and Ohio; Calm aud 8t. Louia Railways
are all Juat acnisa tbo street; while tba Steamboat
l.anrtitin Is but on auiiare dlatant,
Thla Hotel la heated by ateam, baa iteam
Laundry. Il.rdraullo Klevator, Electric Call Delia,
Aiiiomatle Kire-Alartna, Hatha, abaolutely port air
purlectaeweraffo and complete appolntnienta,
Superb rurnishlnna; perfect aervlcti and aa
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