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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOttNINil, JULY 13, 1888.
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Tho day population of Cornhill, Lon
don, ia estimated at 3,907; the night at
Mr. Burnett hu'ind of well
known novelist, i a cit.k, m the Sur
geon lienor!', oflke, in nashlngton.
The largest milk-pan on record, hold
ing BOO gallons, has just been made fot
an lowa creamery.
In a recent upeech the Prince of Wales
aid London had now about 6,000,000
Every man who carries a pistol oujrht
to be obliged bylaw to wear it in a belt
ai ma Blue, and have it labeled "emo
tional insanity.'1 Springeld Union.
The sword presented to General An
drew Jackson by the General Assembly
of Tennessee.in honor of his victory at
New Orleans, is to be placed in trust
with tho Tennessee Historical Society.
Myopia is spreading to an alarming
extant in Germany. Of 4.1,000 school
children recently examined, one-half
were near sighted. If this continues
mo uerman eye may so Uejenerate as
to be merely rudimentary.
Theodore Tilton's once fair brown
locks, says a contemporary, now ban"
over his shoulders in rurjjred tangles of
gray, his eyes look heavy and jaded.
ana there are deep wrinkles all over his
We are sometimes disposed to think
that the administration of justice in
modern society is a vast absurdity, a
nuge reminiscence ot tue middle ages
cumbering the nineteenth century,
ihore is a new trench gun twenty
nine feet six inches long, weighing fifty
tons, costing '.'5,000. It is wire-wound,
and is expected to put a ball through
fifteen inches of armor at a distance of
seven and a half milcg.
a woman writes to me co&ion (icooc
that, finding she could earn more in
business than her husband, they revers
ed the usual order of things. She now
goes to business, and he 'does all the
home work, and ti it excellently. Tho
plan works very saiisiacioni.
A butter matter, writing tome lowa
Homestead, says tho best butter color is
a pailtul of corn meal maun, led warm
once a day. the corn to be of the vellow
variety; adding that it will increase the
milk and butter, as well as give a good
The San Francisco Post is responsible
for the storv that during the latter part
of the war bavid Davis was challenged
to tight a duel by a lire-eating, Southern
ex-meraber of Congress. lhe former,
it is added, very properly declined, le
cause his antagonist refused to permit
him to stand three-fifths behind a stouu
business is duller at Denver at pre
eut than it has U'tn lor several years,
fcvery department of labor is over full
It is estimated that there are now 6.000
people in Denver out of employment
and this state of affairs Hpplies to clerk
ships and such occupations as well as to
the day laborers that wield the ax and
In 1858 the ri h alluvial lands of Ash
ley County, in tho southeastern portion
of Arkansas, readily commanded from
t"25 to $.f0 per acre, and tho uplands
from to to $10 per acre, but now these
lands average only about ?: to $16 pet
acre in the lowlands and the hill lands
can be bought for from $1 to The
excessive cultivation of cotlou is tho
An architectural paper, savs the Bos
ton Transcript, prints plans of a cottage
'for a young mm of unexceptionable
position. Next issue will proliablv
contain drawings of a ranch for an old
fellow of no position to speak of, und
with a character blacker than a stack
of black cats in a moonless night. Tho
unexceptionable young men needn't ex
pect to have all the yood things in ar
The uature of the bite of the leech has
been examined by M. Cadet. He de
tached the animal from the shaved skin
of a rabbit at ditlereut stages, Suppose
S scarilier with three toothed and euui-
blades withdrawing from one another
while thev press into tho skin, andopcr
ating several times successfully in tho
, the same place; this gives a pretty ex
act idea of the mechanism.
President McCosh may be right in bis
estimate of the influence of Carlyle up
on the English languago, but reports
published by leading American journals
of pri2e tights, chicken mains and dog
matches snow that tho rugged elements
of our mother tongue are not to be sap
ped by the demoralizing slush spattered
over tno domain oi literature by the au
inor oi "ihe trench revolution. "
It is now proposed to change the name
ui m ujuiuwu it.iiuuiv ujiuu tier mi
mission into tho Union as a State to Ta
lujiua, which is said to bo the proper
orthography for the name usually writ
ten Tacoma. Tahoma is an Indian
word meaning "Almost to heaven," and
was the name given by the Indians to
1 Mount Ranier on account of the great
height of that mountain.
The people of rittsburg, Pa., have
lust discovered that they have an inter'
esting relic of the colonial times in their
city. It is old ton Duquesne block;
bouse, lor which nations strove a cen
tury and a halt ago. It is flow mir-
, rounded by all kinds of dilapidated ten
omenta, and is itself a domicile lor a
fioor family. There is a movement on
oot to acquiro the property and create
a public park, of which it shall be the
The proprietor of one of the finest Til
las in Newport this season win have a
; bed of the new ornamental leaved plant
known as AlUrmnthora Major, con
tafuinir w rv0 pi which will cost
ia.000. Tho plant is now mowing, rls-
nct above tho lawn but a few inchos.
The loaves are of rich crimson, carmino
and orarnro tints, bcuuutiiuy blended.
which in contrast with tho green of tho
: lawn produces an euect almost lrapoa
slble to conceive. . .
. How the Mormons increase their pow
er and numbers is thus explained by a
Knit. T.ulra nMitillrtmntl , PtiA Hour nun.
verts, taken from all parts of tho world,
are, as a rule, superstitious and lgnor
ant. They are brought hero under
false promises, and befort discovering
Urn lU'Htlii'y have bnn toM are rondo to
inurry - st-vera! women. That douu, ami
n ..I I. a 11.. a a. I. l . . i
mo cnum. u'nu ii mm u iimy nave ninnou
against tho laws of tho . United States,
and that their ouly safety now lies in
keeping their faith with the Mormon
elf ii h. They are too Ignorant to doubt
this; they are in the coils; in debt, and
tbey have to stay."
A few days since, while a partv of
loggers were felling trees on Salmon
Creek, Forest County, one of them, a
Swede, accidentally found himself in the
way of a falling tree, which ho was un
able to avoid. llis fellow-workmen
rushed forward as the tree struck
tho ground, and found the man quite
dead, with a limb of the tree stickln"
through hit body, the limb having evf-
deuliy passed rnroiigii the heart and
killed him instantly. It was impossible
to withdraw it without mutilating the
body, and so tho limb was sawed oil' on
each side and the remains buried with
a stick of wood running through his
A story is told of how liarnum once
succeeded in emptying his big show at
a time wlitm it was densely crowded and
t.hiiiixands with Wftinnnr oiituiili ti nlu
taiu admission. He 'knew that a start
wasall that was needed to e fleet this
purpose, but how to manage that was
the rub. At length a bright idea occur
red to Jiim. Painting up in largo let
ters on a piece of calico, 'Iihis way to
Egress," he hung it up at a convenient
augle of his show. Some of the siraplo
country people thinking "egress" was
some strange new animal just added to
the collection, passed through the slit
in tho curtain, and to their amazement
found themselves outside the show. The
thing was done. Everybody saw every
other body making for tho corner where
the new animal was on exhibition, and
in a fow minutes the show was emptied,
and the outgoing stream being so great
mat it was quite impossmio to turn
when once caught in its eddy.
Handy Ouc-Armed Men.
II i was a big man with heavv side-
whiskers and a military air that betoken
ed long service umlcr lire; and he was a
ne-armed man. 1 he empty sleeve that
oung at his right side told of glory
sought and of peril undergone, lie was
scaled m an Eighth street restaurant,
leisurely breakfasting and going through
the motions of the meal with a graceful
ease that betokened a man of high breed-
ever mind toe knife and fork, he
said, as the obsequious waiter placed
those useful instruments beside tho sav
ory steak that formed the basis of the
meal: "I am already provided. Sosay-
ng ne urew iroiu ins pocket a smaii
morocco case and removed from it an
ivory-handled instrument, highlv pol
ished that looked strikingly surgical in
its spotless brilliancy. Opening this by
the aid of his mouth, and his remaining
hand he disclosed what proved to be a
knife and fork combined. One Mile was
a well-shaped knife, and at the ends
were three broad prongs that served
well the purposes of a fork. The cut
ting of the steak was done gracefully
and thoroughly, and then his breakfast
Bv this time the writer, anxious to
learn inure of the devices of the one-
armed man. took a seat at the same table
and ordered his breakfast. His remarks
on the ease and grace with which the
Veteran handled his conjoint knife and
fork were well received and the one-
armed man willinglv explained some of
tho manv devices that he sud others
maimed in the war resort to for self-service.
"This knife and fork," he said, "were
among the first inventions for one-armed
men and have been in use for many
years. Hut we have other devices not so
generally known, ror instance, when
I wash my face aud hand I have aflixed
to my basin a small brush, upon which
I rub my soap and thus raise tho neces
sary suds. When I want to cut my
nails I stick a sharp knife into the ta
ble and pass them carefully around the
edge of the blade. To tie my shoo in a
bow-knot required long practice and the
little ingenuity, but I can do it easily
now. lfow I Jo it I can not explain in
words. For a long time 1 had great
trouble in buttoning my collar, but now
no button can resist me. I don't believe
i swear nan as much during tho op
eration as most men who nave two
"Can you shave yourself?"
"Oh, yes. There is no difficulty about
that In fact, in the twenty years since
Antiotam, where I lost my arm, I have
become almost perfect in all the little
arts requisite for comfort." Philadel
Getting Used to It.
An Austin man has a business partnei
who, like Mark Taplcy, is always in
clined to look on the bright side of ev
erything. The favorite expression ol
this jolly partner is, whenever one com
plains to him, "Oh, you'll get used to
It." Ouo morning the serious part
ner camo down to tho store and ob
served: "1 had rather a singular dream last
"Did, ehP" said his partner, briskly.
"What was itP"
"I dreamed I died."
"No did you? Dreamed you went
tohoaven, I suppose."
"On the contrary, I found myself in
"Don't say so! Well, I reckon vou
didn't find anybody you knew there?'
"Yes; I met you about the first man
"Yes; and we hold a short and some
what hurried conversation."
"What did you sayP"
"I romarkod that I was pretty mid
dling blamed hot!"
"Well, what did I say?"
"You Oh, you wiped away sonio of
tho sweat on your blistered face with a
cast-iron pocket handkerchief and said
it was all right, you thought,
I'd, soon got used to it!" Tc
During the last decado thirteen men
have died In Great Britain, each of
whom left a fortune of 1,000,000 or
more. The wealthiest decedeut was L.
N. de Rothschild, 2,700,000. In the
vmo period fifty-six died leaving 60t,
000, and lois than one million, and 106
whoso fortunosrangod botweeu 250,000
and half a million. On the dollar basis
theUnltcd Kingdom lost 264 nillllonfflres
during the ten years.
VT. P. LaMidm. nrr editor of fit Boxttm
and steamboat passeaer azent. Order for all
klr.d of steamboat loft bnntlnff solicited. OSes
st Bowor'a European Hotel. No. 71 Otjlo leyoe.
8TAQES Or THE RIVKK.
Tim rivir marked by the gauge at this
port list evening at G o'clock 23 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
Chattsnoogs, July 12. River 3 feet 2
inches and rising.
St. Louis, July 13.-Kiver 23 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 12. Itiver 11 feet I in
ches and falling.
Louisville, July 12. Hiver C feet 7 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 12. -River 3 feet 10 in
Pittsburg, July 12. River 4 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. in. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
The City of New Orleans passed up for
St. Louis yesterday morning at 8 o'clock.
She was flying light.
The Charles Morgsn's time to Cairo
from New Orleans was extraordinary, con
sidering the business she did on the trip.
She made 30 landings, at one of them she
laid one hour and forty-tive minutes, and
came here in four days. Her actual running
time whs less than three and a half Haya,
and she put in on the City of New Orleans
The Granite State from St. Louis passed
np Inst night for Shawneetown.
The Golden Crown had not reported here
last niht when we went to press. She
hails I nun Cincinnati an 1 is bound fur
The City of Batou Rouge leaves here to
day for New Orleans.
The Vint Shinkle leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati.
The Ste. Genevieve left here on her re
turn trip for St. Louis at noon yesterday.
The Cons. Millar with a good trip of
freight aniT people passed upfor Cincinnati
The J. II. Ilillman is considerably be
bind time, but will report here early this
morning. She has a good lot of freight
wititing litre for Nashville.
The Jas. W, Giff from Cincinnati is due
to monow evening for Memphis.
l ne uoioen uuie irom rsew Orleans is
duu to niht fur Cincinnati.
It is reported that the City of St. Louis
and the W. te. Hays will leave New Orleans
together next Wednesday. It they do, we
will bet on the Hay;.
A barber they cnll Uncle Dve,
Cut the face of a man be did shave,
The rum he was mad,
Hut Whs snou very glad,
Of the cure that St. Jacobs Oil gave.
Six thousand baby alligators are sold in
Florida every year. The hunter sells young
" 'gators'' at per hundred, and the deal
er at from seventy-five cents to 1 each
Live alligators two years old represent
the captor filty cents each, and to tho deal
er from 2 to f 5, as the season of travel is
at its heightl!, or far advanced. A teu-foot
alligator is worth f'.O, and one fourteen
feet long $25 to the hunter, while the deal
er charges twice or three times that price,
The eggs arc worth to the hunter fifty cents
per dozen, and to the dealer twenty-five
cents a piece.
KucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Rest Salve in the world for Cuts,
Hruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
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Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Tiles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2ft cents per box. For sale by Harry
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gi Netvous Shock, St. Vitus Dance, Pros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tlve Organs, are all permanently and rad
cully cured by Allen's Brain Brain Food
the great botanical remedy. 1 pkg.,
$2,500 verttua (1.50.
''I spent 12,500, with our doctors
writes Mr. J. W. Thornton, of Claiborn
Miss., "Samaritan Nervine however alon
cuied my son of fits." This is on a par with
hundreds of others, Bpeedy but thorough.
John Bentley, 148 E. Monroe St., Chica.
go, Ills., says: "Brown's Iron Biters cured
me of heartburn, after suffering for years,
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KLY'SCKKAM BALJ1 t'U.. Owego, J( . y,
The only known apeclrlc for EpIlepUo Flta. 3
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A SKEPTIC SAID)
ugly blotchei and tuhhorn blood aorea. Eliminates
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healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula and Kings Kvll,
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For Te.HimonlaJs and circulars send stamp.
The Dr.S.i. Richmond Mad Go. St Joseph.Mo.
Swlfi's Specific has been tho means of bringing
health and happiness to thousands who wero
pronouucfllucur'tble of Blood and Skin Diseases,
HEAR THE "WITNESSES!
Favtil from a Horrible Death.
t'pon to May last I had spnnt at liast five hun
dred do'lsrs for troatmi'nt by many of the hrsf
medical nu'U. without aur benefit. I aullnrod ex
cruciHtliKlv, and all mv heat friends advlned mo
that the 'ry htud of death was last appr'achlni(.
I cnuijlit at 8. S. 8. llko a drowning man at a
straw. flor taMnn two bottles I could fwl a
chanve for Ihe belter. The sores bfnn tn dis
charge ft'dv and tho hbcumattsm to abate. When
I hail iar.cn six bottles ercry sore had h alud and
my skin Jt'H'H 1 assume a imtural apporanre I
persisted until ' had taki-n twelvo bottles. Inrse
sie. ani'THKHB IS NOT A SYMPTOM OFTIIB
DISKAt-K hKMAIMNQ, and I fell as well as I
ever d'li I ,'v L'ainud twenty-one pounds in
flesh, snJ myfrlonds wonder at my imp oved con
dition. I tvi' rerocimetided It to many, mid In
ever) 'instance with complete success, I be 1 live
that S. S. S. has saved sie rrom a horrible death.
V, H. SMILEY, liii.ncy, 111,
ratnsn-cthatSwIft's) Specific saved my life. I
was terrlMy poisoned with Malaria, and was given
np to die. Swift's Hpoclflo relieved me promptly
and entlrfly. I think It Is the greatest remedy of
the 8KB. c. . Sl'rNl KH.
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Write foracopyof tho little book free,
(2 1 OHO MWAKD will he pnld lo any Clu mist
JJJU.VVV7 who will find, on snalysts of to bottles
S 8. s .one particle of mercury, Iodide potassium
or au imiiuriti suiisinnce
TUE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
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Nouroaone, fnnw Nirvi-Mfp, Htreimlli nml
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Ola Men, no mutter from wlmtemw. In Nr
vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotoncy,
h'inlifti Wenhnt-siBi, una kinilrcil iiilnn'nls.
I hii bt indard Koiuoily Is a certain cure.innl
toull. Mien Miirt'ifi's, who solid a stiilrnii'iiHif
their Iroiibles, u (initntliy siiniclcnt lo provj ll
Virtue Will be sent Pre) Of Cost. Address.
' SMNnasMM wltlt HTOOb, jionK,
Covm. $,96 for BABY
CHAPEL OHflAN. m
PtrsissoM At Co., ID
West llth Bt. W. Y.
kiw xROPft applied to tho aurtac
land almost Instantly ftCLItVt PAINf ltwiU not Soil ClotMnff,
nur dljKolor.th Ckia. ,v joftvr dlwnablO'p'THcts of aay kj(t -It,
has nq KyyAL for the Care of Khonmatljm, Sprktii Brnfgi.
Stiff Joints, NenrsvlsiA, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
Sore Throat, Pains In the Limbs or la uy part ol the System.
:imi lit cijiiaiiy emcocioua rur ail
renu ring a oowenui amusivo stunuiaub . wnwern'u i Aiiimono
Ask your Druggist for It. PrlceCOcU perotat
rreparcd only by JACOB S.
Werantlonthe ouhllc aualunt an lmnoator who
rcputatlou by dliitorling the. IlkeneSHee of his patients, and neutrally counterfeiting Ihe character
in his Hook, and pnlillnhlng the same In pamphlut form mid v ndlng It out as Dr. F. T. Hmrtbs's
wok, r presentlug the likunfises to liu enms lie has . n ro i . 'I his man hmythe Is located In Ht
Louis, Mo., rails his roorrnt "Vienna lm-titiits.' With the aim and deliberailoa of a cointrr elter
of bank bills and coin, the man Mmylha has set sail In the rupture buslnuns with bis shsnelsss
uirt-iiuKs to personate tntsuputure irauus suu raise stuiemt. tits orcuru, Hoping to eseapo detection and
Dr. J. A. BIIRRMAVS book, with truthful photographic likenesses of patients and reliable state
ments from emineDt Kcntlemen, la mailed for 10c. OiticeU l Broadway, New York.
IS KOW OPEN FOR THK SEASON.
TERMS: 88.00- per
Xi'ver-failinif Springs of coolest water cliarijeil with liealing-ami
curative iiroperties that have stood tho test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the hcalth-sceki rs, or those in search of rest
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will hnild up tli o w eak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Ague,
Ktc, by the pe p'e of the neighborhood.
M). 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
flows from the, rocks In a sternly stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking; all day from its basin fail to lower ihe water Hue.
This Spring is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders aud
NO. Ii, ' THE SULPHUR SPUING"
is a new one opened for the lirst 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 pur'i and cool. No hot niglus aud no mosquitoes.
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faith, tho books to bo roiur.md at my expense if
not satisfactory. Sieclul hargnlns this month
New publlcstions every week. I'rlces lower than
evr heforo known. ratiKlnR from Two Cunts for
Tcsnn) son's "Kioeh Arilim," unahridirvd Large
Typu, tolls for tho lari;est and best American
Cyclopedia. Not sold hy dealers prices too low,
Circulars free. Meutlon this paper.
JOHN B. AI.DKN, Puhllsher, 18 Vcsey Ht.,N. Y.
617 St. aiarloa Stroot, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A macular OradiiBls of two iiiimIIorI
rollixe, liss lieen Ioiiit eiiKSited In tint tl'est
tni'iit of t 'hronli., Ntrvoins, hlti it untl
lUnoil llwnea thhii siir other phvHl.-lnu In
HI, l.ouH, ns city ptiiier t-Usw sinl nil old ri'-l-ilents
know, tiiieoilinlloii tollleeor sir in nil,
free and Invited, A friendly trtlk or his opinion
rnsts noihliiK. When It Is lnenu ven lent lo visit
the elty .or treatment, medli'tnen enn lHseut
by mull or express every where, Ciirnlile raws
Kiitirniitt-eil : where iluulil exists 11 In frankly
stuUd. Call or Write.
Nnrvous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Phvaioal Weakness, Morcurlal and ether
affoctions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood roisoning. Skin Affea
tions, Old Sorei and Dicers, Impediments to
Marring, Rhpumatium, Piles. Special
attention to eases; from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive ipeolal attention.
Dlseasos arising from Imprudences, Exaessetj
Indulgonoaa or Exposures.
It Is self-evident Hint a physician psvlns;
particular attention to ala nrrasea ulfnliis
Lrest skill, and phvslelaits In reirtilsr praetlen
sll over the eountry knowlun this. rreiiintly
reeoiimiend eaelo the olilesl r.fllec III America,
where every kimwu appliance Is resorteil to.
and the proved reinsnllsj of all
sires snd countries are used. A whole house Is
used fnrofllee piirixiMs, sod sll sre treated with
skill In a respectrul mniinen ami, kliowlim
what to do. no experiments sre niadw. On ac
count oi tin uieat nuiiiber applyltiK. the
clmrires are kept low. often lower tlmn Is
deiimiidiil by ntlicM If you secure the skl'l
ami set a 'needy nml pei feet lil'u eiire, Hint Is
the Important mutter. 1'suipblet, iW pSKua,
sent to any address free.
KleuMit cloth and ullt blmllinir. Benled for 60
1.-,l,n ,,. n.r.lll.1' i'l ..-..,' . . . . ......
dcrl'iil pen pli-lurcx, true to life, art
"ernil pen picture, true to nie, ariiuienou
followliiK subleetn, Who msv marry, whonot
whyT rroner sjte tomiiny. Who marry list
Jlaiihooil, WomnnlKHHl. Phvdraldeeny. Vt n
itliould mari'v. llnw lite and hiiiiiilne msy. o
Increased. I how warrleit or eoiituniji isiiij m
marry lull n
n mil ii remi ii. .ii '.'Y.'.l
i. ....,...,.. i lien kent miller lock anil
Iiy an aciun ntuib, inrn
,ey. l'npulnr edllloii. same niil.ive. but l,ler
key. ro pun r ei iiion. nnnir niu.... . .
rover and WO pmiea, ttituu by iuall.iu uwueT
mm- u n
w as wnnvi
A joWf'rfiil iirHiuLriLLTTsTTTTnTT
IThfl mftat nPnpfrAtlnfr F A nfmAnt
wUl Pontmt to thvry Ion.
pains ju mo Btpmacn ana nowsi,
MERRELL, I II
Is defiant! r utlll.lnu Dr. J. A. Sherman's life-long
week; 2.00 per day.
" lu even tow a in the li uloa
to mill the
1 A tOr. 8moke for Sr?
A tr HAVANA KILLED.
"A KffnUcrssneeon! oroli.
J sample lot or ilfl dellr.
urea to any iiart or trio
KRAO, IniUauapolls. Ind,
tfaF'Smokers 1 Send ua your ad Jresa
TERSE HAUTE, INDIANA.
A well-endowed School of Enlnocriui. Depart
menis: Mochani 'S, Civil Enulncerlnn, Chemlstrr
snd urawiusl. l'he Worcester plan. Ample man.
ulncturliia machine-shops, laboratories, library,
isliiiiut mid models. 'I hree classes orxanlaed. Ad
dreBB, till Sept. 1, 8. 8. KAItLY, Ksij , fec'y.
Alter thst nale.
I'UKH'T CHARLES O. THOMP.sON,
A I'VE RT 18 K US hy addresslnit CKO. 1. HOW
l ELL A CO., lOHprtic St., New York, can learn
the exact cost of any proposed line of ailvertilui(
In Amer.can Newspapers, fflr-100 pa(;e 1'amplilet
AND LACK VITAL ENERCY?
tun nnwani OslTaniCNnisiA
Vnole and Alnsiiatlo Applt
aaess aad Uarmsats are a
Ity, Paralysis, Kbsumatlsm
ed Ursla, Weak fisi k, Kid-
Df Vital Knnmr. Ornrwork.
osy, l.lisr, and HtuBaaoh
oomplslnts, anil aisadspi
ed to Kithkr Hkx, Thaw
vsry laliwt Im
proved, snd an
from halts and all
othsrs, as thar
olds, caasini do
snraa, nor Irrita
tion of lbs skin
can ba worn at
work as well as
rest oulr notloa-
anla to wearvr.
ent sUices of all
is or iwaHtit. TUoss ror aiN ONLY at ooca cuaett
the sent ol disease, as tiler act direct uimti Nsnoiis,
Musriilnr, anil Itenenitlrs OauUirs. aiweilllr rwlorlng
thsfltulltr whleh Is Kliwtrlrltr-ursined from thri
tern by sieess or IndlscnitlnDS, thay thus In a natural
way OTeronma tlis waiiknesa without druairina th stora
ruih. They will eura every cum short nl struct lira! de
kmnaratliin, and ws sre praparad to furnUh ths most
smphatla und nhioluta prixif ta sntrt our clnlms,
lllustrsted Pamphlet Frea.or sent sealed for fto posttuia,
OounlUUra ( AMIRIOAN O ALVANIO CO.
fiN lavltsl f j a N. Oth St., St. Louls.M".
A Now and urwipwio Hotnl. fWintlnsy on Uvto
Second snd Railroad Streets,
Ths fassenf er Pennl or tks Chlcaco, HI. Loula
snd jewOrleansi Illinois Costralj Wabash, Mi.
Louis and Parities Iron Mountain and rtoolhernj
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo aud 8t, Louis Hallways
are all Just across ths street ; while the Hlvaiuhoal
Laud i ii Is but on square distant,
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic K levator, Klevtrlr Call Bella.
Aulomatlfl Flre-Alartnt, Hatha, absolutely purs air,
perfect seweraee and complete sppotntnients.
Huperh fumishlnK) perfsot Hrvlosi anitaaaai
sxcL'lled table. '
U P. PAniiltilt Ac OO LensMMMsay