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A DELICATE OPEBATIQfl.
Transplanting Membrane from the Eye oi
a Babbit to Restore Sight to the Blind.
A delicato operation was recently per
foruiud on the eyo of David Wicker
iharu, o! Midtlleton, 0., ou which a cor
respondent of tlm Cleveland roW
writeH: Mr. Wickerslitiuj. the patient,
Lai been blind for the past three or four
yearn, aud a nufterer for many years
with granular eyelids, which slowly, by
contraction of the conjunctiva, caused
the lids to becofiio grown fant to the
eye-balls, or what is called in medical
terms "anchuoMepharou." The re-
raainhitf conjunctiva became abnormal
If dry, aud in time wus converted into
true integument, or Mk in, being opaque,
thereby producing blindness. The op
eration consisted in alining the neoplas
tic membrane, or skin, from outer to In
ner cantaus, or corner of the eye, aud
shaving it carefully from off corner aud
eyeball, when a conjunctiva of a live
rabbit was transplanted to the eye of
y the patient for the purpose of convcrt
f log the globe and lining the upper and
' lower lids. Readers can imagine the
delicacy of such an operation; lirst the
caution and delicacy rejuiru to hlit this
akin across the cveball and dissect it
from tho ball, thin freeing the lids that
bad grown fast; tiie cmunt effort re
quired to remove the Hood that contin
ually oozes from the numerous small
Vessels, that the doctor might see well
where his keen edge touched, lost by
the varying of a hair's breath the chances
Of success be gone. Then the prop
ration of the conjunctiva of tho rabbit,
which, to lo properly and skillfully, is
as lino an operation as could fall to the
. provinco of amirgeua. Tho membrane,
as delicate and thin as the finest tissue
.paper, was carefully removed without a
. out or taar from Uio lid ami eye of the
animal, and idacud in tlm same relative
position on tin: eye of the patient. To
do this the doctor commenced by mak
ing an incision along the edge of the
upper lid. then carefully removing thia
from the lid and upper part of the ball.
Numerous threads of tlno silk with a
peedle on each end were then passed
through the outer edge of the mem
brane, to be afterward used to retain it
In place when removed to the patient's
eve. Then, commencing on the edge of
the lower lid, the conjunctiva is remov
ed in the same manuer from lower lid
ami corresponding portion of the eye
ball aud the whole conjunctival mem
brane, except that covering tho cornia
or clear part of the rabbit's eve. This,
when spread out by means of tho num
erous threads inserted into tho edge,
was suflicient to cover the eyeball and
lids of the patient, and yet so delicate
(hat were the silken cords not in prop
er position to handle it, it would con
tract itself into a little bunch smaller
than a grain of wheat. The conjuncti
va, being perfectly cleanvd by a littlo
warm vsutor that the vitality lie not do
troyed, was quickly placed in proper
position, and then it could be seen how
a suture with a needle on either end
could be used. The edges that were
removed from tho edgi of tlie lids on
the rabbit's ce were drawn under the
lids. The needles were drawn through
the lid at the highest poiut that had
been denuded; then the same with the
lower lid. This being done, the mem
brane was drawn evenly over tho whole
surface by drawing each thread to its
firoper place, and the ends of each su
uro tied. This lluishod the operation
and in the course of a few winks when
the inflammation following such violence
to the delicate organ has subsided, tho
healing process- completed, then the
lids, once bound down with fold of flesh,
will glide smoothly over the glassy
ball, the once opaque cornia will trans
mit light, and the man so long shrouded
in dark css will look forth on God's
boautifm with a delight kuowu to
inly him once was blind ami now
Tho statement Lausingburg, N.
Y that a linn thy tits just completed
, . a paper steamboat tot a (iu.sburg com
pany is not surprising. Tho vessel is
twenty feet long, and will accomodate
nearly three do.en people, and has a
carrying capacity of three tons. The
sheathing is three-eighths of an inch
thick, and a bullet from a revolver tired
at it from a distance of four feet made
no abrasion in it. Tho Ualtimoro A'ews
, says that the next thing wo shall hear
of, will bo tho paner locomotive,
borno' ono has already constructed a
light and pretty paper railway carriage.
Papor wheels aro very common, and an
; inventor is confident that he can make
Saper rails a success, Paper ties are
xed facts, and much superior to those
of wood, Taper houses have long since
lost their novelty, and almost every im
aginable small article of common service
; has been formed out of paper. In short,
whoro will tho uses of paper end? Men,
and they are not enthusiasts, predict
that tho day is not far distaut when,
from the solid and lmrdencd pulp.overy
thing will be manufactured that is now
made from wood and iron. Thus we
see, at least in tho caso of the former,
how naturo always preserves tho bal
ance of compensation. Our forests are
!aat going at the present rate of dos
ruction somo even of thoso now living
may see the end of them. Hut already,
for most of the purposes to which we
turn thorn to account, pnner supplies
the placo. In many cases also tho papoi
. is really bettor than the wood. It isal
.ways less expensive aud, in most in
stances, will last much longer. It can,
moreover, be made fire-proof, so that
when we shall come to build our houses
. of it they will be practically indestructi
ble at a much less cost than at present,
and of course down will go insurance
rates. And yet it is a comparatively
littlo whilo since this fabric began to be
usod for other than writing aud wrap
ping purposes. As to paper Itself, it
may be said to bo absolutely Inexhausti
ble, for there is hardly any material,
from wood, rags, husks, peat, or turf,
leather ami weeds togutta porcha, from
which it cannot be made. Tho poets
have often sting tho wonders of iron
let them celebrate the glories and mar
vels of paper. '
A New York girl while walking up
Fifth avenue stopped and kissed a
horse, Just sco to what straits the
link's have brought the girls. Uartord
A Call Bird.
"Old Man Franklin, father of the goat
wagon mendicant, has a novel way of
ranking a living. He was passing down
,V best street yesterday carrying in his
hand a curiousjy-sbaped bird cage in
which a young mocking bird was screech
ing away for dear life.
"How much for the singer?" asked a
. "This is my call bird; he is not for
sale," rspondod the old man.
"What do you do with him?" queried
"He calls up the other birds and I
catch them in this trap," was the re
, 6ionse. "Did you never see a trap like
1 this?" asked the old man.
The reporter confessed that he had
tievr boheld such an afl'air, and the old
man got down on his knees ou the side
walk, and "set" the trap. The trap con
sisted of a wire cage, about half a large
as a candle-box, and slanting to a point
at the top like the roof of a house. On
each side was a wing made of network,
and attached to the lower sides of the
cage by little hinges and operated by
stout springs. These wings were passed
out, aud a trigger was set to bold them
in position. The young bird wju put
inside of the cage to scream and act as
a caller. Tho idea wasto let the young
bird call the old one. As soon as an
old ono would fly down to the cage and
light on the trigger, the wing would fly
over and secure it.
"It never fails," remarked the old man
as he sprung the trigger, and the wing
Closed against the side of the cage with
"Do you catch many birds?" asked
"I caught over forty mocking birds
last year with this trap. I have just
started for this year, but I caught two
Saturday and sold them for $5.
The old man is about blind, and goes
into the woods and fields picking his
way along until he bears the silvery
song of the mocking bird. Then he sets
his trap and stays around until he hears
the wings of tho trap spring together.
Sometimes ho spends half a day around
one spot. Verily, there are various
ways to make a living. Atlanta (Ga.)
The Education of Girls.
A little paper called Girl Life, just
started iu New York City, contains in
its initial number an interesting letter
from Miss Louisa M. Alcott in which,
after expressing approval of the object
of the paper, sho says: "I can only hope
that with tho new and freer ideas now
coming up some of the good old ways
may also bo restored. The respect
shown to tho aged, modest women,
simple dress, home-keeping daughters
Warning from good mothers the domes
tic arts so much better than the too
early frivolity and freedom so many
girls enjoy now. The lit i lu daughter
sent me by my dying sister has given
me a renewed interest in the education
of girls and a fresh anxiety coucernin"
the sort of society she is to'enter by anH
by. Health comes tirt and early
knowledge of truth, obedience aud belt
control. Then such necessary lessons
as all must learn, aud later such ac
complishments as tast and talent lead
her tQ desire. A profession or taste to
fall back upon ia time of need, that
she may not bo dependent or too proud
to work for her bread. Experience is
the best teacher, and with good health,
good principles, and a good education
any girl cau make her own way, and bo
the braver and better for the" exertion
and discipline. No late hours, unwhole
some pleasures and dress, no mixing of
school and flirtation, but simple amuse
ments, daily duties, and a purpose in
life to keep them girls at heart even
whilo preparing for tho work aud hap
ness of women. '
W. P. mbuim, river editor u I I'm Blli.itin
Hid steamboat passenger agcut. O-deri fur all
kinds of steamboat Job printing c 'ed. OtOce
at Bower' Kuropean ilotol. No. T 'evee.
8TAQES OF TUB A.
The river marked b- gauge at this
port last evening at iock 20 feet 0 in
ches and rising.
Chattanooga ,uly 17. Kiver 3 feet 2
inches and f .iling.
St. Louis, July 17. River 24 tout 5 in
ches aud rising.
Cincinnati, July 17. River U feet 9 in
ches and falling.
LouiBville, July 17. River 8 feet 0 in
ches and rising.
Nashville, July 17. River 8 feet 3 in
Pittsburg, July 17. River 6 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
The Ous Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 8 p. in. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave on her return trip at 4 ;30
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg is
duo this morning for 8t. Louis.
The Ella Kimbrough leaves here Friday
morning for New Madrid. If tho business
men of Cairo, New Madrid and intermedi
ate points will show a disposition to patron
ize Capt. Kimbrough, we can now have a
tri-weekly packet in this trade.
Tho Paducah Marino Way have all the
work they can do aud engagement sufli
cient to keep a big force at work all fall.
Since the Ways at Mound City Imvo
fallen into tho hands of Capt. W. P. Haiti
day the prospect lor ship carpenters having
plenty work up there is good and there
will bo plenty work for thorn from now un
til cold weather.
The Gus Fowler had another big trip
The Andy Baum from Cincinnati will
pass down for Momphls early this moru
H The City oi'Provldonco from St. Louis is
due this evening for Vtcksburg,
Tho Will. 8. Usys irom Now Orluaus is
due this morning and terminates her trip
here, Her paaionger will reship hero via
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING,
rail for St. Louis, Louisville and Cincin
nati. The U. P. Scbenck left here for New
Orleans yesterday morning. She had a
The Jus. W. Gaff from Memphis is due
to-morrow for Cincinnati.
The Granite State leaves St. Louis this
evening for Cairo, Paducah and Shawnee
town. The City of New Orleans leaves St. Louis
this evening for the south.
The Ste. Genevieve departed for St. Louis
last evening at 5 o'clock.
The City of St. Louis from New Orleaus
will report here to-morrow morning for St.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fkek
ok charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Iter.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., New York
For twenty yearB I was a sufferer from
Catarrh of the head and throat in a very ag
gravated form, and during the summer
months with Hay Fever. I procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream Balm and after a tew
applications received decided benefit was
cured before the bottle was used. Have
had no return of the complaint. Charlotte
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
Joseph R. Hawley, Chicago, III., says:
"Biowu's Iron Bitters cured me of dvsnen-
n from which I had suffered for eight
"Meno eana in corpore sauo :" "A sound
mind iu a sound body" is the trade mark of
Allen's Brain Food, and we assure our read
ers that, if dissatisfiod with either weak
necs of Brain or Bodily powers, this remedy
will permanently strengthen both, fl At
bEE a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which 8per's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the ayed. Sold by. druggists.
To The West.
There aro a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis aud
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worm, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
rirest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for KariBas, Coloraao, New Mexico and Cal-!f-rnin
"'ncect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, uot ouly fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kissan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
A dressing to beautify gray bair every
family needs Parker's Hair Balsam never
tails to satisfy.
Oue and one half bottles of Elv'a Cream
Balm entirely cured me of Hay Fever of
ten years' standing. Have had no trace of
it ior two years. Aluert A. l'erry, Sinitu
borro, N. Y.
CHEAP EXCCTtSION RATES EVERY DAY DUR
ING TUE SUMMER TO SANTA KE, NEW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
in the United States. It has reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years
its tertio-roillenial period. Tho Tertio-Mil-lennial
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
here on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
of August, will be an event of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to the
country at large. It is intended to com
memorate the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
tho celebratiou, will bu an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, agri
culture orstock-raisiug will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
hs the low lure will be a creat indiummonr
to make tho trip. The development of tho
minis oi tuts vast region has but begun,
Jet iu the past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
iu any oilier State oi Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, tho vastness of its min
It has been tho general belief heretofore
that agriculture iu New Mexico would not
pay. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be teen tamples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
tho soil of the Territory can bo made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
iuoro remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and tho cost of raising is comparatively
fmall. As a cattlo and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot bn surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas ill'urd fine grazing
grounds for countless herds. As tho cele
bration at Santa Fo will be tho mean of
drawing a larger number of people Into tho
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will bo offured thoso
who may bo interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, tho Tertio-Millenial
will embrace many features the most novel
and romantlc; For instance, throe days
the 18th,'10th, and 20th of July-will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
c''De, These will represent the period
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a century
of history and process. The three civili
lulUm will also b; represented that
which existed at the time of the coming of
the conqueror, that which the Spaniards
brought with them uud that which followed
the American occupation of 1846. These
representations will be illuatratcd by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
diatiuctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, bu
Vnrious Indian names, races and dances by
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants of the Territory ; ambuscades and
sham fights by the Zuuis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will be a primitive dame repre
senting the gods aud heroes of their folk
lore mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
graud fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by the Mescalero and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros in throwing the lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
tumes of three centuries ago;
the San Domingo and Sandia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would lake much space and time to
ROUND TRIP 40.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, ia only
140, while the fare from all eastern poin's
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among the most celebrated in
tho world, and a cool and comloi table re
sort for the hot seas-m. There is every in
ducement to go to New Mexico this sum
mer and it will be taken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best pocsibie con
ditions, the resources of the Territoiy and
investments, and also to enjoy for the time
the mogt quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is au opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over the Atchison. Tom-ka
& Santa Feroad are now on sale at Cairo
and all priucipal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31st. C27 15d
it not a triumph of rrlenco, hut t a ref lation
through the Inxtinct ol the untutori-d iiavane. and
if a c mpl.'te antidute to all kinds of Mood I'oiMia
and J-kin Humor.
Swlft'i Spi-ciac his cured mc of Scrofula, which
Ip h-rediturj In my family. I have (uftVrcd with
it for ninuy yearn, aud have u-lod a great many
pU I ciaus and all porta of treatment, b it to t o
purpone; and whi'U I beiran to take (Swift's hp. rifle
1 waa la a horrible coudition; but thanka to tbia
great n-med , I am rid of the dlseanu. There ia
do doubt that it l the great at medicine iu exist
ence, and 1 hope any who doubt will writ to me.
K. C. HAWhS. .ib ,
After infferlng twentv-nve yearn with a painful
Dry letter, and trying many physicians, I was at
last relieved by the use of Swift' Specific, aud I
cheer ully recommeud It to all similarly i fflirted.
Kkv. i.K. DKANHAM,
will be paid to any Chemist who will fliid en
analysts of WO bottles b. S. b., one particle of
Mercury, Iodide Potassium, or any mineral sub
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawers. Atlanta, (Ja.
tWWrito for tho Utile Uook, which will be
Price: Small llzo, $1 Oi) per bottle. Largo size
(holding douhe quantity) J17j bottle. All dru
Klatsell It. i
T. LOUIS &.ST. PAU
FlneSldeWhnel Paaaenger 8tnmer
Between ST. LOpW. HANNIBAL. QTJINCY-
. 1,yi'lNl0StTj.OI'INr6N, DUBUQua,
lAOKODSK, 8T. I-AUb and MINNEAPOLIS.
XI I'aul J'aokMe li,?e Ht. Lotils mmry Monday. W ad
nmfarand lrldiir.at'p.m. Qnlni-ri KookuaVauk'
HjliwiaHt. Lnnlj dully, Kiindiiy inititd.Ht t n.m,
Kactirelon Tkkete,,t low ratoe to Ht. fceul' Lain
Mlnmlonka ndiiU NortlmrnSummer HwmrU. )lrwk
ami chijniwat roiitu to liaknta, Mnntunaand Manitoba.
lot I luaireliHt Oulile Hunk, time tublea, tHMainr
aodfreUiM mtj jn lothsr Information, adilmsii,
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Noui-oaone, (new Xei ve-I.lfe, Hti'oiu-tli ami
Jl:;nn Is a poalllvn rr-Moratlve for Un1 L"R of
R'Vly Viiror In Youiisr, Mlddlo-Aiied and
Old Men. im matin- from wluili'iiifi'. In 3Ntr
ouej Debility, Exhaustion, Impotoncy,
(ft-mlrial Woakm an, unit Minimi iillniriils.
Ills Bt tndard Remedy Is a certuln curp.and
to all Mii'li Hiiiferern, who send u statement of
tlielrtroii ilea, aipnintliy anriMeiit to provj Its
virtue will bp scut Froej of Cot. Address,
1 vnrijijrr ai v
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Stats k Monroo Sts., Chicago.
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fur Im;i, ,wfi .iu l.ttuntvlnrt,
"I ll'lruimi (. f'Mi, C, Iklu.
ieoni)mni, Kiw-ili-ls 'Kt l,aiu,
Sum!, ntiini Maiwt Huttn. anil
Mau, ninilry Mil", omnia, litwnn(
MXwtali, ! Im 1a.l IxkiirlMin sn.1
rrlm fnt Amu...- Unda ud a CaMtlwW
efUbiiM Uaud kintal,
JULY 18, 1888.
Vr dkops applied to the surface
;iml almost InatantlH Bd la-ua
nor dlaoolor th. Bwi.
hMNOKQUALforthe CnM.faT",lJ "V"- "
w m veam r ei as eveaVAf VlaMllDBf A QlT QiJXf lift
Soi-0 Throat, Pains in the Limbs ur In any part oi the System
ind is equally efllcacioiia for ail pains Iu the Stomach and Bowels
reoulrlnu u oim-prfnl ilifTiwIVH Mtmmlfuit. Maxell n.... .
Ask your DnutKlst for It.: I'rlee
Prepared only by JACOB S.
rell t i I 'iMIc aKalust an Imposter who la defiantly utili.lnif Dr. J. A. Khorroen'e llfe-long
oVh l .,?!, .yUL", T ' "k ''""""J"' of l'tlnta, and aenerally counterfeiting the character
onk . ? : n?PuU Hh niMhoeatue la painvhlet form and sending It out as Dr. T. Smythe'a
P'i'!"a, ,UB H'n7"e to be cieei he has ,ure l. 1 hi. man Hmythe I. located In Bt
of bank Chills '.'n rntn00.? '""il I,B;ll"ta" sod debberi.lon ol a coonterelter
hi.ii0. .i n d piaAhv man hmythe has aet Mail in the rupture buslnese with bia ehameleaa
puniihment these pUture frauda and false statements of cure, hoping to eacape detection snd
l)r. J. A. SHERMAN'S book, with tmthful photoeraphlc hkenessea of patients and reliable itate
mentafrom eminent gentlemen, la mailed for lf)c. Oltlce a,l Broadway, New York.
IS NOW Ol'EN FOR TIIK SEASON.
TEII3IS: ,$8.00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Xover-failiug- Sprintrs of coolest watpr cliar?cd with healing and
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the health-seekers or those in search of rest
and recreation, and the residents for miles arouud.
NO ), "TUB. IRON SPRING"
will build up tho weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure tor Chills, Agw,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
Hows from the rocks In aBtewly stream, cold as ice wator. and hnu
dreds drinking all day from iu basin fail to lower lhe water line.
This Spring Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, "THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for tho first time this season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
riie-e Springs are surrounded
air is always pur aud cool,
Write for Circular.
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NKW AH VERT IS EM RNTS
f p AMfnf BEETHOVEN
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10 SETS REEDS,
Price only $125
Raall; worla $430 II nm-
ialU Willi Dluai makrrf'
Orgnns for only
cu Ouans tnil Plannfurtaf.
ttaiwl fur mMaiimniarrTlrsa
frtft cot h u.tali lialbt, nn
tpftiMi, wtivtl.tr yoo buy
or noi y u if wtirumvwij-
WJ 1(1 Villi UltlftlgMl
HtiitH'iUst ciit tvtj i0tna
DANIEL F. latftiTt, WISHIHGTON, HtW JERSET.
tit et, Aldtex or fiM P0
HOOKS. -125 TONS
of Stamliird Hooka, manynrilim tho bst arlltlona
paiMisnca. l our cnnicu nnt Tor ctanilnalluu bi
lore iiaynmnl. on vaaniialilu rvldi'iun of vami
faith, the books to bo ptiur.ii'd at mv einimso If
not satisfactory. Special bartalns this month
Now publications etcry week. 1'rlrua lowur than
war lii-forv known, ranKlng from Two Tents for
Tennjann'a "KrorU Arilmi,'' unabrldjied Laruii
Typu, to $1,1 for thu laruvat and best American
Cvi'lopi.dU. ot sold by dealers prlcua ti.o low,
Clrruliirs free. Mention tbla piiper.
JOUN U. ALDKN. l ubllslier. 18 Vesey SIN'. Y.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
llin llmvurd (liilviinlo Hlilal
anil (Mir nthsr r.lHCtrn (Isl
viinle anil .Miiuiallo Api'H
suitMaoil UiirniHDIa ara a
aurncurH for Nfirvniisl hhl.
Ity. I'ral)la, I (luminal la in
of VHhI anorar, (lyarwnrk.
wl llrsln, Wank llw k, Kid
naj, l.lr, ami huinowh
riinipliilnts, ami ara adapt,
ud to Li rnra Hax. ThaM
vtoy lulHat lrn
lirovad. anil an.
Irom Iwlts aud all
ollii.ni, aa th"7
iwlda, raaalna no
aoraa, nnr Irrlta
tloo of I Da akin
can ba Kiirn at
aork as wll aa
alla to waarar,
1'uwar ma ulntal
nt stngaa "f all
Is oriMoallt. I LuaaTor MEN ONLY at nnrn Touch
tha amtt nl illamMH, aa act dliaVt iipon Narvnns,
Musrulnr, anil llfiinrntlva IVnlars. aiwaillly reatnrliif
thavltalllr whluli la Klwlrlnltir draliird from lliaaja
torn lr aioaaa orlnllai rlliiDa, then thus In a nntural
war ovaronina tin waaknasa all bout diuuulna tlm alnm
auli. TliHy will ciirw avory ciimi ahnrt nf atriii'iural da
HHnaratlun, and aa nra pnipnrad li furnish tba most
ainphatlo and abanluta priaif lo support nur claims,
lllualraled I'umpblat Krec.ur Mnt smlad for nn poataaa,
CotmlUtiot I AMCRIOAN O ALVANIO OO.
fris Intltel I 3 1 8 N. 0th St.. St. Louli,rVI
Any Ilousekocpor In the land can rfpalrtliaCooli
Stove put In now Klre Harks, nawfl rates and new
nuingt-by u.ing aoiimvoica
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS,
Bold liy all Ilardwar snd Btori Paalerf.
Pawn win CiHri'i.aaa, ilsnufactured ouly bf
Mcbenok,a Adjustable Firs Mm k
S3 Uvarboru lreet, 1 hl'go.
II 1 I ' .1 1, ,1 ' I fr
a SS a
p, ,a'ia Jf
A powerful Jirepuralluucoiu
ocd mostly of Essential Oils
The most penetrating; Liniment
. " "'I"?' !: or'
d.aVVr".225 "f" ESS.
60 ct per bottle fcrTJZr
MERRELL, I fj
by grand mountain seeuery. Tho
ho hot nights and no mosquitoes.
J. E. LEMEN,
NKW ADVKrtTISKWtf NTH.
By addro.alDit OR(). p. Row ELI. A CU., 10
Sprucaht .New York, can lenrn tho exact cost of
any proposed lino of adverllrlrm In Amur csn
NeaspaperiL HrrltW pao Pamphlet 10 centa.
ri1TTL If A f T Tli 1 v
A Now aud I'ompteto Ilotol, fronting on l.i-veu
Second aud Kallroad Streula,
Tho Pastuneor Depot of tke Chlcami. St. t.nnla
anil ,w Orlrana: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
I.ouls and Paclilc; Iron Mountain and Southern j
Mobile aud Ohio: C alm and Ht. I.nnia llnn-.v.
are all Just across the si rest; while the Htoainboal
i.anuuiK ia nut ono auuare aiatani.
1 hla II oli) I Is heated hr steam, haa team
Laundry, Hydraulic Klavator, Klectrtc Call Hells.
Automatic Hire-Alarms, Hatha, absolutely pnra air,
period sewerage and complete appointments.
Sutierb furnishlnna; parfucl service; and an nn
xcelli'd labia .
I j. I. I'AUKKUArCO.. ljnnm
617 Su Cbarloi Streot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A firulir !, lunm nf Iwa inedlciU
eolleaea, baa been Imlifer eliKiitfed In the treat
pieut uf 'hronl,.. Nervous, HUtn nml
HI. l.ouls, as city pnpera abaw ami all old real.
aiin.Mi i.iaeaaes 1111,11 n it m t iu vnii'ihii ill
IP litH know. ( IMI-Olltlltlna ... ollleeor k mall.
Ires and In v Hud, A li limit I v talk or lil opinion
cnatanetblnn, Wbeu It Ihlneoiivenieiit tovlnlt
tba elty .or treatmeul, nieillelnea ran Indent
by niallnr eXpl'eaa everywhere, I'll table l. II .en
iruuraiiteeil t where doubt exists It Is Irunkly
aUiled. tailor Write.
Servom Proatration, Debility, Montal anj
Physical Weakness, Morcuriitl and other
alToctioDi of Throat, Skin and llones, Blood
InipuriUeindBlood Poisoning, Skin Affco-
tloni, Old Sores trd Clceri, Impediments ta
Marriage, Rhoumatlsm, Pilei, Special
attention to cmos from ovor-worktd brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special sttsntion.
piseasei arising from Iirr.rudonoos, Excessm,
Indulgnncai or Exposursi.
It la elf.e-ldent that a phyili'lau paylua:
particular atleullnii to erlaas ureases allalna
lireat skill, and physicians In rrirular praetle
all over the country knowing lhl, (re.uently
reciiuimend caaestolhe oldest (.Bice In A liter lea,
wherai every kuowu appllanee Is resorted lis
suit tin ti-ov.il hoi mI "m-jltfsa of all
aires and eonnlrlpa are ua,'d, A whole housa U
ued for olllee uiriwea, and all are treated wlin
skill Iu a reapeetful niiiiineri ami, knowina;
what to do, iiiieaiM-rlmeiila are made. Oii ac.
emint of (be area! ntiitiN'r m fl ' I it sr. U
ehsra-es arn kept low. often lower tliatl la
iletnan.led by ntiima I ) '', "k'i
and aetaee.ty and perfect cure, that la
tba liiiimrlaiit mailer. l'aiiidilet, psgea,
Kilt lo any address free.
PL MARRIAGE GUIDE. I A
Kleunnt cloth and srllt ldiiillnil, PesledfnrM
ri'itls Iu slaK or piirranrr. liver llfly wmea
terftil pen pleiurea, truuln llh,artleleaou tba
foiiiiwlnasiibjeets, Who may marry, who not
5hv rrotier aae Ifiinarry. Vt' ho marry flrsu
alihisal, omanhiHiil. rhvleal decay, who
hoiilil niari'y. Mow life ami happiness may N
nurraaixl, Tbne utarrleil or coiitaintilstliia
tnarrylnil should read IU II nttabt In he read
Iiy all ailtilt p. ranns, lin o kept under hx k andj
iny. Popular e.lllloiu same an almve, but ps'f
rover and 1 1, U CVUU Uf Blaui, lu UMKMSt