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The Daily Bulletin.
THE SLIM TEACHER.
What Oameofa Conspiracy to Break Up
It was given out in church Sunday
that ichool would open Monday morn
ing. After the evening service the boy
got together and talked it over, and de
cided to give the new teacher jtist a
week. It had been thawing fur a day
or two, and the boys were tired of skat
ing, so they thought they could ail'ordto
spend a week in educating themselves
in how to break up a school. That
evening we were duly elected a member
of the class of hard citizens, and we
were to open the ball and do something
bad, get the teacher to lick us, and then
the boys were to lump in and help.
Monday morning the school commouo
ed, and the teacher proved to be a sickly-looking,
slim sort of fallow, a timid,
nervous man, with a Imml and face like
a girl. Every time he looked at one of
tw boys thore seemed to be an expres
sion on his face as though he wouldsay,
"1 hope you will be good." W$ji he
had anything to say to the so! yiars he
said plea.se, and gavo other evtfifSncesof
being pretty soft, we all thought. That
morning the weather changed, and it
froze hard, and at recess the boys got
together and said we would wind up
the school before noon and go out on the
It was our turn to be bad, and it com
tnenccd right off. The big boys had to
carry in the wood and lay it quietly by
the stove. We took in an nnnful am
dropped it on the lloor so that it shook
tho building and loosened the stovepipe.
The pipe camo out of tho chimney and
filled tho room with smoke, lull ft waj
put back, and the slim loaches only rep
rimands us, and said that it tnust not
occur again. We lust ached to go after
some more wood, but there was no op
portunity. Pretty soon the teacher said
we might go ami get a pail of water,
anil while at the well we decided to
stumble on entering tho school-room,
and spill the water all over the lloor,
and thus give tho sickly-looking teach
er a chance to show what he was made
. of. The teacher was near the stove,
and we stumbled, and tho water wnt
all over everything, wetting his boots
and making him pretty mad. In pick
ing hirn up we hadn't noticed that his
eyes were as black a coals, and that ho
seemed to be about tight feet high, but
u he looked at us we could see it plain
ly. He seemed to read our thoughts,
and knew that it was done on purpose,
and we have always thought he heard
the boys talking it over nt recess. Anv
way, he jumped clear across tho room,
grabbed us by the neck, and sat us
down in the water; then he lifted us up
and shook us so our teeth rattled, then
he seemed to grab us all over and just
We got a chance once or twice to look
around to the back seats, as he was re
volving us around on our own axis, to
see if the other boys were coming to help
us put him out doors, but they were the
most studious lot of hoja we'evcr saw.
They had their heads" down in their
books, and their lips were mnvini in si
lent prayer. After the teacher had mop
ped tne llnor with u. he took tiiity tlw
slack of the pants, iu-t as a would
carrv a dm k. ami went to his desk and
got a big hickory ruler, and proceeded
to dry our pants. Well, it ua.s the mean
est way to dry pants that ever was, and
while it dried tlieni well enough, it left
great ri lg"s inido of them that made a
corniLrnled chair a ueees-ity. The lints
did riot fulfil! theirpart of the programme
ami when the teacher got through dry
ing our pants and said, "Please return
to your seat," we felt as though his po
liteness w a perfect sham. Wu looked
. at the hoys as we went to our seat, but
they never looked up. We have wit
nessed contested .seals in the Legislature
since, but never .aw one that was a.s ex
citing n- that one in tin: "11 . liiteschool
hou-,o at the foot of tin; hill. The teach
or nccr -p i,e during lie proivcdings,
and when il u;t, v r he locked even
paler and nun r-w-kiv tiL-tii w hen ho had
.one hand in the ,i.iir thai once grew
where we are . .. !: : I. w ! l ie other
was at work in t x-i. l.ut none
of tho boys seemed to care to pitch 011
to a sick man, and ho taught school two
terms and never had to whip another
boy. That was the last school we ever
broke up. Tho slim, sickly teacher is
an old man now, living quietly in this
State with children us old as we are, aud
we occasionally see him and a-k him if
be remembers how we broke up thy
school. He is feeble now, and walks
with a cane, but if wo had to have a
. light with him even now we would hire
a man to do it.
How George Eliot Bogau Writing.
As evervthitiir connected with ('. onrrrn
Eliot is of deep interest, I will briefly
narrate 1110 account lieorgo Henry Lew
es gave mo aud my wife some twelve
years ago of tho first essay of the author
of "Adam HciIh" in lietion, which con
firms Miss Blind's anecdote in her
"(Jeorgo Eliot.', Ho was calling on us
hero, and in the course of the talk he
naid to Mrs. Maequoid,"Wealways take
an interest in your work, apart from its
, merit, bocnusoof tho likeness of the cir
cumstances which induced you tuid Mrs.
Lewes to write. Would you liko to
. hoar how my wife began?" He then
went on to say, "Wo were living at
Richmond. I had more than once asked
l her to try If sho could writa fiction,' but
, iBlia always said she did not think sho
had power to do it. One day I went to
town early. When I camo homo in the
evening she rend to mo the beginning of
Amos llarton' tho tea party. 'Well,'
I said, 'that is very good, but I always
knew you hud humor. Do pathos as
well and you will make a fortune..' She
, said sho was afraid pathos was not in
her power. I told her it was a pity, be
cause tho one giftroquirod tho presence
of the other. But I believed she had the
Sower. Not long afterward 1 hnd to
ine in town. Wlieu I was starling she
said to mo: 'Do not hurry home; I do
, not waut to bo disturbed this evening.'
1 Whon I camo homo Into at night she
road to mo Milly's death. I was do
lighted. I said, 'You'll do now.' "
Athcnctttm. ... 1 m a
A very wealthy New York girl has
adopted a Japanese baby of two years.
, She paid $:),000 for him, aud has mimed
aim James A. Uarlield. J
The European Terror.
Tho sumo reasoning which led to a be
lief in tho end of the world and to u de
sire to return to a primitive stale of
society, leads also to Nihilism; only, us
Nihilists look for nothing from divine
Justice, the existence of which they de
ny, it is not tire sent from heaven, but
the avenging flame of petroleum that is
dentinod to destroy the present social
order. Tho Utopian suhemeu of Owen.
Fourrier, Cabet. and Louis lilauc all
failed; the dillleuhy of carrying out
economic reform has been proved by
Science nd by facts; must we then wait
till the gradual spread of education and
of equality improves, by slow degrees,
the present situation? In that ca,e"there
are still centuries to be passed with
things as they are. No it is too much!
A curse on society! Awav with its in
stitutions and its laws! We will over
throw all and re-establish things iu
their natural uml primitiv e condition, us
Jf wo examine closely tho present
social situation we cannot feel any sur
prise at these sentiments; civilized
States at war, cither open or secret, one
with tho other, draining their popula
tion by unlimited armaments and re
taining for military service the llower
of tho nation's youth; crushing debts
everywhere, national, provincial, and
oommnnal, in all about o,iW(),0uij,0O0,
bringing in a revenue of about 3,000,
000, taken from the necessitous, and
herring to allow an ever-increasing
number of people to live on their in"
como and do nothing; everywhere enor
mous budgets, quite, out of proportion
with tho advantages which uccrue
thence to the people: tho cultivators of
the soil reduced to live on bread and
water, on potatoes, as in Ireland, and
on peajra-engendering maize, avs in
Italy; the workingman's condition a
trifle ameliorated, it is true, but not at
all in proportion to the inereusp in mvw
.duction; in the upper classes luxury
uvnniowing ami Decerning daily more
refined and moro wanton; parliament
ary administration, which was to have
brought with it salvation, incapable of
carrying out any great social reforms,
either under a constitutional monarch
or a republic; and if at times a minister
is met with who, like Prince Bismarck,
desires to take steps in this direction,
tho satisfied middlo classes raising ob
jections tosuch a policy, with the watch
word of laisstz aire.
Anarchism and Nihilism, in spite of
the growing number ami the despairing
energy of their adherents, are, at pres"
rnt wholly powerless to jeopardize the
safety of the present social order if all
goes as usual; but suppose one of those
crises when there is a collapse of power
to take place a great defeat, a middle
cla.vi revolution, or. for instance, an at
tempt at a restoration iu France then
it is much to be feared that the terrible
scenes of the Commune of 171 would
be repeated with even more terrific
features. In the last volume of "INris
et ses Oriraues." M. M:iim iln (im,
casts a melancholv glance at the beauti
ful citv. reflecting that it will cine ilav he
the' prey of tire. Bet us hope that 'this
will not befall our capitals, and that a
I ran -.form. at ion of tho social order will
take place, without tin' aid of petiole-
um ami dynamite. tvnnnjlitlg ;. .
Beef Tea Too Thin.
A Heidelberg graduate gave a report
er some iacis an! ngures the oilier day
that will surprise a majority of people.
lie said: "it is a thing most curious
that almost everybody -ems to regard
Ix'ef tea as a kind of essence of all" the
nutritious and strengthening qualities
of tho meat You will even hear some
doctor talk of building up their patients
on beef tea. Now. the fact is that there
is in a bowl of bm f tea but little, if any,
more nutriment than there is in a glass
of lemonade. How could there, he? We
know that tho principal nutriment parts
en ocei, oe.snies its id pereent. ol water,
aro albumen and fat. Now, albumen
Coagulates atllTti decrees V'.tliri'filipit.fitiil
at 212, tho boiling point, it becomes like
eggs nam uoueu. as a consequence,
the albumen contained in the meat be
comes entanirled in tho nie.shc and is
firmly held there. Of course, then, the
aiounieu uoes not una us way into tho
beef tea. As for tho fat, the only re
maining strengthening ingredient, that
comes to the ton and is alwnvs careful.
ly skimmed off, for nothing is more dis-
gusuug 10 a sensitive appetite than
crreasv beef tea. And vet von will anv
that well-made beef tea is very palatable
aim seems 10 ao good m manv cases ol
weak and disordered stomachs, stimu
lating, not nourishing.
"So it is, and so it does. And yet
beef tea is not nourishing. It is stimu
lating, however, and when wo aro sick
and have no appetite, we know that if
we can pet the stomach to retain n eim
of beef tea it will not be long before the
organ wilf call for something that is
really substantial and nourishing. It
has thesamestiniulatmgcffectas a glass
of brandy or whisky, without entailing
the depressing after effect which alcohol
produces. The ingredient that gives to
beef tea its strong, agreeable flavor is a
fluid that is dissolved out of the white
fibrous tissues of tho meat, and which,
as I said before, is no more nourishiti"
than so much lemon juice. An expert
merit was nimlo on three dogs, all us
nearly alike, as to ngo and size, as we
could get them. Tho dogs were till shut
up in Hrparote pens, side by side. For
the first dog was ordered a diet of
Liebig's extract of beef aud all tho water
he wanted to drink. Dog No. 2 was res
tricted to water only, being allowed
nothing whatever to eat, whilo tho third
animal was allowed neither food of any
kind to eat nor water. Of course the
dog that had no water was tho first to
die; but if rou should
tho next to succumb you would prob-
..1.1.. 1 . ... ! . t . m . .
nuiy iiiutvo n inisiaao. n was,uot the dog
that was allowed nothinn. in nnr hni ),..
ono at the lower end of tho row, who
aiod with a quantity of meat extract
Within six inellPM of his iwisn I),,, V,.
... , w , , ,
3. with nothinir but water In his Lnmuil
got along well enough for about a mouth,
an. I ll.nn .tl.,.1 ...! I..-I.. 11'. - i
..nt iuv ii uiuii siiuueuiv. m ii expected
him to remain nhnnf elv m-cuLm l,t I
.... ... .at-., ifii,
think the death of the other dogs had a
depressing efl'ect on him. Now, it
lust as certain thai, tlm 1 1 onr i-Mtih tit. i.l
with tho Lioblg'i extract under hit aosu
-I ...... .1 ... .1 ..... ....
nun bum vcti loiieain as it is mat uog
No. 2 died from tho same ciuinc." I
A wittv Frenchman until of (!nui lit A
DorO that ho was born a mint, imiw Int.
a painter, aud died a sculptor.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORN! Nil, JULY
W. K Lamhuim, river editor ol 1'ai fluLiiTiw
aud iteiAtioat pnneneer iibtn. Orderi for til
klnc'sof teamheat Job piintlLg iollclted. Office
iC liowor'i European Hotel. So. "4 Ohio leroo.
STAOKS OF THK KtVKR.
The river marked by tho gsuge t this
poit Uat evening tt 6 o'clock 25 feet 3 in
ches and fulling.
ChatuuoogH, July 13. Kivtr a feet 11
inches and rising.
St. Louis, July 13. River 23 feet 0 iu
cut and fulling.
Cincinnati, July 13 River 12 feet 10 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, July 13. Kiver 6 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 13. River 4 feet 7 in
Pittsburg, July 13. River 4 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
The Gub 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 Baton Roue from St. Louis
added several hundred tons of freight here
and departed fur New Orleans last evening
with a good trip.
The Orirjite State did not report here
until 11 a. ui., yesterday. Sho was detain
ed by the storm Thursday night several
hours. .She discharged 1,400 sacks of wheat
for Hadiday Bros., and departed for Shaw-net-ton
u at 2 p. in.
The J. H. Hillmau from Nashville lift
here on htr return trip at 1 p. m., jester
dry. The Golden Crown from Cincinnati leaves
here this morning for New Orleans.
Tne Jd. W. Gaff from Cincinnati is due
to-.lay l.,r Memphis. W. F. Lambdin,
Passenger Agent, will furnish tickets at low
The Golden Rule from New Orleans will
pass up to day for Cincinnati.
The City of Heleua after a long protract
ed net made her appearance lant evening,
which is her first trip for several months.
She passeri down for Memphis last night
with a good trip for St. LouiB.
The City of Provideuce from Vicksburg
will pans up for St. Louis this evening.
The Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis is due
here at noon to-day and leaves on her re
turn ttip this evening.
The John A. Scudder from St. Louis is
due to-morrow for New Orleans.
The towbewt Storm, Cupt. Hi Davis mas
ter, leaves here for Tennessee river this
morning after a bad of lumber.
Capt. II tram Hill returned with his ma-chiin-ty
boat Thursday uiylit, which was
towed bete by the L'ous. Millar from hou.e
landing just below Hickman, where tie
saw-mill boat Mattie was sunk by a storm,
ami the inithinery boat Hiram Hill, wreck
ed htr and got out the machinery. Tho
Mattie was owned by Capt. Sheppard and
insured for f 3,001).
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis will
p-i up to-iuornw afternoon for Cincinnati
amiV. F. Litubdin, Agent, will ticket
passengers via the Shinkle to Cincinnati
ami all intermediate points, also from Cic
cinnati to all points vu rail.
For the brain and nerve is whst we need in
these days of rusu and won v. Parker'
G inccr Tonic restores the vitnl
briuys good health and joyous spirits
iiuit-M-r man anything you can use. Trib
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you can earn $3 to 7 tveninu's, at your
home. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls cau do
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the great botanical remedy. $ pkg., 0
ioi j j, .tt unions.
Julin Bentley, 148 E. Monroe St., Chica
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Any Hoimrkfcpor tn Out land can repair the-Cook
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ft' Hcarborn Mrtiet, (lilr ae.
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Hum, Hut fimm.. I. ! i l . .
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Bans "wuefi r-tret others lur more reiliiun, unci a
delay In therefore haiardnnn. Dmn-iir.a, liter
complaint, chill aud fevt-r. narly ihennialic
mince, kidney eakni- hrinu rcrtnim bodily
trounle If triflnd with. Loe uotiino in usuii; thia
eflVct.VH and rafcune Icine.
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I nis elegant dressing
is preferred by those
wliohave used it, to any
irai.ar article, on ac
Jjunt of lis iuperior
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It containi ni3ti.ri.ila
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restore the Youthful Color to Crey or Faded Hair
,7.;. n i t- . . . .
i niter nair ciisam is nnem perfumed and Ii
warranted to prevent Lilting of the hair and to re
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vk. uid t it tnm In dm?, ind m-dldnn.
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If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
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If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
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tomach. bowels, blood or nerves Ijai-ki!r's CIinckr
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If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and reipiiie a stimuint take
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Jou up from the first dose but v. ill never intoxicate,
t has saved hundreds of lives i it may save yours,
CAl'TIO.N I Rfui all lubitltulM. Psrkn'i ClnK-r Tonic Ii
compoMil of th bvtlrvnitdiAl tenii In ttiworl..anabt&Urly
difirrmt troa prrpv!1 f ei'ffr lun. ttl fur clrcuUr to
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Ton CotouMU and look fur tig nature of
m rv kottU. Any dnicirlit or dotlir la itcrluaurr
tin lupfilr vou, ffl itnl 15 rritt ilw(, '
LARUE SAVING BL'YlNli 11c. SIZE.
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Iieallh Hid hujiplm-aj to tliiiiinuiiiU who were
prtitiutuice-linotirMblo of liluocl ami Skin lilft'imei.
HEAK THE WlTMvSSK.S!
Savttl fi um a Hdi i Iblo Piatli.
t ton ii May lute I had apmit tit b t ttvo linn
died tlnllan lur ttentiiiuii bv in it tn-of thc Iia
medical men, without unv betiellt. nuli-ri-d t -rrueUtliiKly,
and all tuv tn-at frlet.d ndvUed ine
that the ley haud or dentil wiia luhl Hppr aehliw.
I rmiglit at rl. S N. like h diowiilnu tnmi at h
rrnw. a itiir in im tu i r . ,
Chat Itn fur tin h.'iler. Tlm noreit In gnu in dia
rha if" freelv mid tlm Kb -umiitli.nl to ahum When
I Iihi jaken alx bottlef (tv.-ry Hure hnd Ii ulul and
my r kin hoguti to aKKtutie a tnituml up pit riitn- I
pni.lr.ted iililll I lnul (akru Iwelv- l.ollleK. Ihree
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ever did. I have! giitniMl twetitv-oliu potiiiila In
: ,,"" wuinHT ni niv imp ovlm con-
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- - r i n t I il V mill" 111 l i Hl I
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up if ln. HwlffV Hpt't'lllo rtflttiVHd mn tiniM.pi y
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- ' . uiuia u in mo greiinut reiuetn ol
luu K. C. ti. HI NCUU.
nup . uaa Works, Ktimu, iia.
Wrlto foraoopyof the little book-lreo.
$ 1 000 "JWAHD will bti paid to anv t'h- mUt
pi.uvt; whuwlll lluil, tut atialyala nl III hotllea
8 . H-. ontipartielaof morcury, ludldti potai'lttin
or auy Diluural itibitanca.
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Drawer a, Atlanta, U,
nor discolor th. Bht . T. "
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retiutHii. ,. i Vu., . V. ,.! T" ""I'umor no
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h T 1 , . "d ?'?sl thc .mHn b "t nail In tho rupture bimitKiM with hi. ahameleaa
. . lo l" r-oiiaie tneiie picture Irauda and falae ataiemiMita of r 11 I'M liMllitKV til ui-m niA Anl..r I i,,n mwA
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TEIi.MS: Sfl.00 ner
NVver-failinir Spring of cooleHt watrr rharijwl with licaliiiir anil
emative propeitii's that have stood the test of more than sixty
yt'iirs continual use by the Health-seek. r, or those in search of rest
and recreation, and the resideuts for miles around.
NO. 1, -THE IRON SPRING"
will build uj) the weak and debilitated, nossessex properties that are
nnexeelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills. Artie
Ktc, by the pene, of the neighborhood. '
NO. 2, '-THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
Hows iioin the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking all day from its basin fail to lower ihc water line.
I bis sprin? is. a certain euro for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, ''THE SULPHUR SPUING"
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Uliie Lick.
The e Springs are surrounded iy grand mountain scenery Tho
air is always puru and cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes,
write lor Circular.
Tope Co., 111.
N KW ADVERTISE M K N I S
10 SETS REEDS.
Price only $125
IU.lt wortli $4SOIfrm-
fH.li'f im prlcn. tfiUli
prsana for only
h.i.ii wi.ii oiusi TrmK-rf
4ttf)a 8pcll twrc.HK
on OlR.n. .nit PLOoturtf..
a!Ml lor mlitmtmm.r prlra
tn Cicb Dltt liftlliC, tlTt
eipvDifi, t)tbr tod buy
or out jrua ftrs wileom any-1
I way tn vtr.ll U lrml
utM. Anartai or rtn upon
oaniel f. earn, USHIXGTON, NEW JERSEY.
4 S 4
HOOKS. VIa'VM NS
ofS'Hn(!rd Huokv, mtuiy of tlicm the bett editioud
uuuiiriH u. iimrciu.icoat iii lur uxsmuiailon be
foro l)KVtntnt. on -'nimiuti, a.ul.L.i... r ......a
iHllll. tint IliMiutf tn tin rt!ti nrl ul n A.r,.....u.. i
m-i pnufitu uirj . jt'i i:n mtrgHiiifl in in montn
Now liiihtlrHtiitiiH ivorv w,tt l;,.a l.
ijv.'r lit-foro Idiowti, raiiKli'R from Two ('(ntB for
vim) pun - r.nirn Annul, utiatiriawl l.ariie
Type, to $15 for tlm luruent nml ln-nt Anmr-ran
Cvi-lopi-ilU. Nntaolit hy ilcalom pricoa tno low.
Clrcnla'i. frer, Mi-titloii thin paper.
JOHN B, AI.DKN, I'tihllahi-r, IS Voauy St.,N. Y.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A l-eirnlnr ( 1 i-ml nut of two iiii-illcat
rnllrui . Im In i n ..ni;..r -iii.'.-iim1 In tln ircat
"! ,,',"'0"',, N.tvoiih, p-lini itn, I
lllonil l)iM,ia thnti anv ritln-r till vhIi'Iiiii in
SI. I.oiili, us i ltv m id's yliw mill till nlil ri si.
iIi-iiih know. t'lMisiiiiiitioii .1 ntlii iMM- by mall.
Ii it nml Inv Iti-il. a II I Iiv tulk nr lili iiiiili,n
1'iiHtn nut hi in:. When It Ik liir.ivinl..it to visit
ilio rlty ,nr In-iitini-nt, i Ih-lnes rim hi-sent
liy mall or i-xpri-iH i vi-i vm In n-. t iiiniil.' i ii-.-i.
Kiiui-iinii-i-il w hi i-i. ,oiii,t tMst-i It l I'riuikly
dtali-a. ViiH or Writ.!.
Ki-rvouit Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Murcurial anrt other
OlTectionsof Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impuri tie saad Blood roisoning, Skin Arlen.
tlons, Old Sores ad Ulcers, Impediments to
MarriaRt, Rheumati?m, Piles. Special
attontlon to eweiifrorajvur-wrkfldlrain.
SURGICAL CASES receivejpocial attontion.
Discasesarising from Iinprudcncea, Exonssot
Indulgencas or Exposure!;
It Ih Krtf.nvliliMit Unit ii plivKlrlan pnylni;
rmi'lli'iilNi' atti'iillnii in a rla-w t oiih-k nil ilns
Kmiit vklll, ami ilivnrr.ii- III rruiiliii- pt artli-e
all nvi-r tin' i niintrv knowlni; till:,. I'riiiinlly
ri-i'iHiiiiii'inl ru '!" In I lu iilili-Hi i, nice In Am.jrlca,
whi-rx I'irry known aiillanri- In n ir t-il to.
ami the prnvoil uimmI ri)iii,ulii' of nil
II lll Hit I'll-H II I i' II -I'll. A Wllllln lllllll In
null lornllli'c ini'ini-, ami nil nn trrnl.i Willi
kill In a ri'niii'lt'ul iiuiiiiii-r; nml. ktiowlii(
wlnit to iln. no uiii liiii nis an iiimli. tHint'
f on ii t of tin' Kii'iit 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m r niil inir, tlm
rlini'K" nt" ki-iil low. utlcli limit than In
iIi-iiiiiihIi'iI Iiv nllii'l-1 IT Vort.KiTlir,' til) nkl'l
anil iti't a ijii'i'ily nml pi-i li-i-l hl't ciii'r, that la
tho liiipiirimit in-ilti-r. raiiiplilct, la) p.K''i
avtit to any ailiin-aa li-i-v.
Klrirtint elottt neit Kilt lilnillliK, fr-alwit for M
rent" In piHtiiitn or eiirrmiey. over lllty woti
i-rfnl pen ileluria, true to l!fi, article on the
flilliiwliiij inilieel,i. Who iiiiiv iinii-rv. who not;
-hy rriiiieraKi-toniai'rv. Who marry llrnt,
1iinhooil, i,iiiHtitiiHil. Phyxli-al ili-i-ay. Who
aliotild timri'y. llnw IIPV ami hailnei iniiy tie
lnnreaaml. I'Iiikk iinii-rli.il ii .iiiiuniiiliillnif
1'iarryliiit nhonlil nail It. It ought to I rail r
y all ailtut perninfi, tlien kept muter ioi-k aim
cv. Poniilar eilliliiii. annieaHaliove. hut paiier .
(over and Km) LiiHin. ii cuuU hy wall, Iu uwuuf
A J'uwi rln l.i.-i.nrialuiiiiu"
I!1 tioitlynt WJentlul 6JS
t he most penetrating IJnhno.,t
known. Soooncentrated tbata
.".ru " wiouua,.
.nreeuui oirecM 01 any itmd. it
BOcU per bottle
8T. LOUI8. WIO
nuuanii.tr ntiiiztnif ur . j. a. nnorman'i llh-lnnc
wok: "tmr ,l-..v
J. E. LEMEN,
n iu oTory town In the TJoioa
1 A 1 0r, Hmoke for r!
S r HAVANA VIU.KU.
kttMIra$itrt tm vrojlt.
-jnanipie lot of illl dullv.
! O.S fnrtl. rVndfnrour
w omogersi aena uayouracidresa
TEKHK HAUTK, INDIANA.
A well-endowed School of EnKlDoermjf. Depart
menia: .Mechatilra, t'ivll Kiixtiirerln. ChemUtrr
an,i iiMwiHu. Tiiu Worceuti-r plan. Ample man.
uraititrliiif inftchltio-sliopa, lahoratorlen. llhrarr.
raliinet iiiirl niDilflg. 'I hrwe rlaanpa omatilied. Ad-dri-M,
till Soot. 1. 8. 8. EAKLY, Kaq., tfec'y.
Alter that finte,
rnm'Tcif utr.Ks o, Thompson.
A iVi i ,I1S 'llrell! OKI), v. now-
tt, . . ' "?liruoe t . n.'w York, cau
. , " ci.'w i ora, can learn
.... . tufu ui any propoteii una or atlvertMuir
ce"''01"1 Nu",,',lcr tltW PIJo Pamphlet
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
ins Howard UulTanlo8hlelr
nuuuiiriuiinr r.inciro uaj
I 'nolo anil Matuwtlo ApplU
iwcm inu uHrmeoia ar a
Ity, l'aralyilt, Khminwtlaio
ol Vital bMrar, (Jvurwark
ed llriiln, Weak liai-k, Kid-
. uv, iii.vi, auu nwiDwii
ruroilainta. and areadiiiii
d to KlTHKH Kkx. Thane
vnrr liitBut lm
p roved, and eo
t l.u I Ail 1
IrorubelU and all
othnrt, aa thay
iwlda, Cuming no
orw, nor irrita
tion oftbn dkln
ran be worn at
work aa wnll aa
rent only nottoa
alile to wearar.
nt itnaea of all
:t - i.'w iur men unn ab once reaon
tnm Hat ol dliHaH, at Uwy act dlrt- upon Nnrroua,
mnwuliir.and (iiieriiilTa (iitr, niiwlllr mtortna
I. of l.,l. n-.":. .... 2"? iru.ni
--' v iiiuMirruouB, ,ai'jr inua in a natnral
W"hTrr0""lMi ",,"kn', without dniuiilnu tha atom
. ........ (,.. ., r.im-in.iiir uruiniMi rrofniDeayt-
,., n,,, .UID VHW, iioi( ni itruviural da-
nenara on, and we are pnmred to fnrnlib tha mint
yainhatlo anil aiMolnta pn.t tn i,,,rt onr claim,
llliintriitwl l',,m,tilt Kret.or iwnt lonled (or Do pottaire
Tttt a lavitei f 3 1 2 N. eth 8t.. St. lui..m
.iTiii ir a i nn a vj
A Now and Uompieto riotol, fronting on Loveu
Socond and Railroad Streeti,
Tho raanmiiipr Driiot ol tha Chicago, at. Loull
and .tew (.irlram: Illluula Central; Wahaah, tt.
Louis and Paclrlc; Iron Mountain and Honihern;
Mohlleaud Ohio; Cairo aud Ht. Lotua Itauwayt
are all Jimt acmaa the alrvet; while the Htoaruboal
LaiKimg ta not one square aiatant.
This Uotet la heated by ateam, has ateam
Laundry, Hydraulic Eleyator, Klertrlc Call llella.
Automatic Klre-Alarma, Hatha, ahaulutvly pure air,
p.irhict aewuraice and torn plot appointment.
Httperh fttrutahluga; perfect aervtce; anil ansa
azcu Ilea table. ,, -
1 i!,0.$y!i I
Lb P. PAUKifill Ac UO, Im