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The Daily .Bulletin.
London journal, while they admit
that Amuneitn elrls are famous for an
oleguiit and rwlmed type of loveliueui,
that French ladiun are the best d rested
in the world, that the Herman youthful
fraulein have the fioeHt beads of hair,
the Spanish glrl tint brlghe.st even, to
be found anywhere, and that In "Venice
and Florence may be sot-ii to thi day
direct descendenu of those OM World
blonde beauties still fresh and fair on
ritien's canvas, claim that young Eng
lish ladies remain ampler iu limb, clear
er of completion, and more hearty than
any others. Thi they attribute to
plain food, sound sloop, suitable cloth
ing, exercise in open air, and a plenti
(ul application of soap and water.
When a big-fobbed new guest comes in
t the fashionable watering-places next
Summer, the liostonian will ask, "What
does he know?" The New Yorker's in
quiry will be, 'llowmueh is ho worth?"
The Philadelphia!! will tin?rv, "Who
were his ancestors?" The Hiiltimorean
willak, "Has he blue blood?" The
Washington man will want to know
"What ofTleo does ho hold?" The Clii
jagoan iuoiiires, "Has ho any sand in
his gizzard?" The Cincinnati man will
want to know, "Can ho sing?" Tim St.
Louis citizen will ask "How much
larger enn he put himself outside of at
one sitting?" The New Orleans gentle
man will interrogate, "How rnucli cot
ton can he carry?"
So good nn authority as the Boston
Com m:r vial Ilnllclin .says that the best
butter in the country is made in Iowa.
It also says: "The reason is simple.
Corn which is raised in the West so
abundantly is freely fed to tho cows;
this produces better milk than hay or
mixed feed, and th's in turn produces
hotter and line llavor. Not withstand
ing com is worth more to the Western
farmer than it whs even a few years
ago, he continues to feed his cows lib
erally with it, and obtains a higher price
for his butter."
If Lillian Kussell and other foolish
young women who run away with liber
tines, to whom they are not married,
were spoken of as they really are, wom
en from whom all womanliness has de
parted, and w ho are dimply the play
things of dissolute men, perhaps there
would be fewer anxious to forego the
crown of their sex to join the demi
monde. As long as they regard dirty
notoriety a synonym for romance, how
ever, she will probably have many imi
tators. Boston l'oxl.
r The public sales of slaves in Tangioi
still continue. These scandals have been
so frequent of late that it h scarcely to
be believed that tho number of slaves
annually sold is as few as in the British
Parliament tiiey were stated to be.
The latest sale was one calculated to ex
cite indignation. A young woman and
her child were sold in tho market for
$.")0. The mother w as examined bv any
one who chose to ilu so precisely as
though she were a horse or a mule.
Marie Boze is the only singer of dis
tinction who is not afraid of catching
cold. Nilsson treat her throat as she
would a sick Imby: Kellogg h afraid to
venture out of door twciiiy-four hours
before she sing; Minnie Haul; goes to
bed for days together, and remains there
in complete silence; Kmina Abbott has
the door and windows of her room hung
with blanket. to keep out the draughts;
Gcrster wears a heavy shawl iudoois in
A correspondent who is apparently
an anti-tobacconist writes as follows:
"The native Canadians are not a hand
some race, and the traces of Indian
blood re often discovered iu their
physiognomy, lint the dwarling effect
of the constant use of tobacco for many
generation, early and late, is clearly to
be seen. No excessively smoking and
drinking race can get or keep ascen
dency." as m
Give me health, ami a day, ami I will
make the pomp of Kmperors ridiculous.
Tho dawn is my Assyria, the sunset ami
moonrise my l'ahhos and unimaginable
realms of fancy; broad noon shall be my
England of the senses and the under
standing; tho night shall be my Germany
of mystic philosophy und dreams.
A German scientist says that sound Is
always accompanied by a sensation of
color; for instance, "a melody played
on a tenor sexophono Is yellow, on a
clarionet red, on a piano blue." This
may explain why people who live next
door to a piano-practising school girl
always feel so blue when she begins ler
day's exercises. l'hiladelphia Sto,
Dr. Henry Kussell, of Quebec, per
formed a surgical operation upon a well
known Sherbrooke citizen, extracting
fratn the calf of his leg a cull-button
which the latter supposed ho had lost
lome time ago. How tho button got
into such a sinrular position appears to
be an inscrulaClo mystery.
A Uorlin merchant lately submitted to
g diva, to whom ho was paying court,
two splendid dresses for ner choice,
and said he would call to learn her
decision. She soon wrote: "I like both
so well that you need not Iroube your
elf to call."
Did you ever think what you would
do if you had Vandcrbilt's IncomoP
Norrirtown Herald. Well, no; but we
have often wondered what Vanderbilt
would do if ho had our income. rhila
Erery person who Is "run in" at a
Paris police station Is stripped, and, as
the Gntctte des Tribunauz says, they
sxanilue the interior of the mouth and
ears, and other parts besides."
Charles Dudley Warner status that
In literature thoro Is hardly any money
for tho author. Tho publisher gets the
prolit. t mi
It has bon tolographod to the credu
lous Philadelphia Times that Barnum is
making superhuman efforts to stitoh
Jumbo ou behind a cyclone.
' - A Romance of the Mnlcahfjr Family.
"Dinnis Mulcahey. if I smell wan
dhrap of whisky on your bivatii whin
you come Loum to-night It's surra a bit
of slape you'll git. You'll rist your red
bed in tho gutter, where it belongs, You
kno.v me, Dinnis."
This cheerful injunction was deliver
ed on the morning of April 1, lM7i, on
the front porch of the Mulcahey man
sion in Shaiitytowu, to a very snmll man
by a very large woman and the brawny
arms of the speaker nnd the ominous
glare in her eye left no doubt iu Mul
cahey's mind of the fulfillment of the
threat. "Indade, I do know her," re
marked Dennis to himself as he walked
down the avenue, "and it will be a long
day before she sees me again." And it
wa. That, afternoon he engaged as la
borer on a Western railroad, and before
night he was speeding toward the set
ting sun in company with a half-hundred
of his fellow-countrymen. Before
leaving ho carefully and'pnidenUy re
frained from sending home any intima
tion of his intended departure. That
night there was no new from Mr. Mul
cahey, nor the next day, nor the next,
and by the end of a week Mrs.Mulcahoy
had accepted her widowhood as an as
Late last Sunday night a short auburn-haired
individual could have been
seen pursuing an unsteady course tiji
tho uneven avenuesof Shantytown. His
general appearance was more indicative
of inebriation than nlllueneu, and time
and Western whisky had left their indel
ible traces on his features. It was tho
nrodigal returned. Quietly lie wended
Lis way up the familiar path which leads
to the Mulcahey front door and leaning
against tho Grecian pillar which sup
ports the roof of the porch he solilo
quized: "Five years is a long time to be
separated from wan's wife and family.
I'll not deprive tiiim of me society any
longer. I 11 go in and inform mo loviii'
wifo that her Dinnis is homo wan.-t
more." Bousing himself from bis
pleasing tnonolog he gave the door a
"Who's there?" came from within.
"It's me it's your own Dinnis come
back to your lovin' arms."
"Whist, me children, your f.iyther's
come ha"k. Dinnis Mulcahey," if it's
ralely vou. hiven have mercy" on you;
As she crossed the lb ior there was n
rustliug outside the house, a nasty
scrambling down the walk, and the
patter of feet rapidly moving in the di
rection of the gate." she threw open
the door and peered out into the dark
ness. He was gone.
Good Deal of a Grandfather.
J. W. Wise a sawyer in the mill of
Bay 4 Roney, near Sjialdingville, Ky.,
is now just 36 rear old, and has been a
grandfather eighteen months. This
makes him a grandfat her at the age of 3o
years, which is one wr younger than
tho Clark county grandfa her. His wife
was only 81 years old "tim her grand
child was born. She tv married at
the age of 14 years, and their debtor
was married at the same nge. Mr. ft:
F. Spaulding, also living near there, ws
a grandfather at 3G years of age. Thnf
is rather a strange freak in the last-named
gentleman's family. He has light
hair and blue eyes and hi wife has
black hair and black eyes. They have
eight children, four boys and four girls;
four of them have black hair and black
eyes, and four of them blue ees and
m a m .
A Modern Chesterfield.
Recently a gentleman whose home is
in La Grange, Ga., says The Ji'porttr,
was riding along a road near the Ala
bama lino, when he saw a tine comely
white woman jdowing with a steer. This
was so unusual a spectacle that our
friend thinks he forgot himself in the
intensity of his rnpt gazing. Anyhow,
he was startled therefrom by the woman
stopping in tho furrow, planting her
arms akimbo, and exclaiming in a voico
shrill and sharp:
"You will know me the next time you
see me, I reckon."
This was enough. Our traveler blush
ingly acknowledged that he could not for
get so pleasant a face, and, leaving the
flattered female with a smile on her
countenance, drove on more rapidly.
W. P. Lmium, nrer editor ol i'hs Bn.utTin
snd steamboat paeaenirer agent. Order for nil
kinds of steamboat Job priming solicited. Office
I Bowor'i European Hotol. No. "I Ohio levea.
The Gus Fowler from I'adacah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave on her return trip at 4 :'M
The Will S. Hays made the run fn m
New Orleans to Memphis in two days and
twenty hours, doing all of her business.
Left Vicksburg one hour behind the City
of St. Louis, and csme into Memphis one
hour ahead, passing the City of St. Louis in
Concordia Bend under headway. "Trot
out your City of Baton Rouge if you want
tho Will S. Hays to best her."
The City of St. Louis the pride of the
Anchor Line is due here from New Orleans
for St. Louts this morning.
Tho Andy Bsnm from Cincinnati passed
down for Memphis yesterday morning. She
had a good trip.
The fine steamer Will Kylu for New Or
leans to-day. See W. F. Lambdiu, Passen
ger Agent, and get your ticketsor apply
Look out for the Jas. W. Gttffat noon to
day. Sho goes to Cincinnati and passen
gers can obtain first class accommodation at
low rates by culling on W. F. Lambdin,
The City of New Orleans is due hero to
night from St. Louis for New Orleans.
The Belle ' Memphis passed up for St.
Louis last evening.
Tho Will S. Hays arrived hero at 6 p. in.,
yesterday. She had a large passenger list
which Capt. Ticucnor tried to tnako ar-'
CAfRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOUNTOr, JULY 10, igc.i.
rangetnents to reship by mil to Louisville,
Uiicinnati nnd points cant, but could not
nmke satisfactory rste with the rsi'roads
aud hs concluded to go through to Cincin
nati nud departed at 7 p. m.
Capt. W. K Wright, freight Hgent of the
Bi O. Line, after a short trip, returned to
the city yesterday looking much improved.
The Granite State from St. Louis is due
this evening for Shawneetown.
The J. H. HillniHU from Nashville was
due here last nibt, but had not arrived
when our river column close I, will report
here this morning in time to lesve as ad
vettised. The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis tLis
evening for Vicksburg.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache. Headache, Toothache,
ft or Throiit. illltir. .rniiia. ilrulses,
Hums. Senilis. trust It lies.
1M 111. Ill III il lillllll.V I OSs on out..
Sold by Pidmu'i t. I I i r, ''.t si...'. I- ill. I. .ul. k !!tf
lmwtii.it. in II I. tit-.
TIIK II Mil I A. VIM. 1 I I II t o
IU - VULU.ll t Ml ltl!iia.irr. H.. I .. I
No time hotiM b lost If the moir.ach. liver and
botteU 'c atlVciiMi, to adopt ibe mra remedy,
Hot ttvr'n Storoarh Hnt.'M f imtmn of the or
rained tx'L'i t o'.bvrr far morn erloun, nnd a
r...lay In therfri- bfirdou. Djp. pd!a, liver
c iti plaint, chlHa and feti r. i-a'W thcnmallc
ktiO'fy eoKLCIS tiling FLlt. ua unn,
t'ou .'.e tf tnfl.fl wl(h. l.ote uotime iu mlncthlf
ff'Tt ve ail rfi-me Ic'ne.
For -ale by all l)ruirilt and Dealer nenera'.ly
Whoso Conijilexiou betrays
Konie liumiliat iii? imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells you
that you are Tauned, Sallow
aud disfigured in counte
nance, or have Eruptions,
Redness, Iiouirhness or un
wholesome tints of Complex
ion, m p say use JIagau's Jlaa;
It is a delicate, harmless
aud delightful article, pro
ducing the most natural and
entrancing tints, tho artifici
ality of which no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent if the
MnsnoliuBalm is judiciously
larnta triumph of arlctioo, but Is a reflation
tlirouuli thu I ii ft i nc t of the nntiilori'd siivaire. and
la a ciniiote iintlilule to all kliidauf Wood I'olfoo
uuil klll lluinor.
SwIftV Hporltlc lino cnrerl me of S r"lnia, whlrh
la b redlliity In my family. I have aull'errd Willi
It for many years, and lnivp tried n urea' many
lli a clans ami all yor'a if trununoiif. but to no
imrpusiii and wIhti I liocan In lake Swift's hp'flfl"
I was In a horrible roinlilliin: but thanks til tills
rri at reined , 1 am rid of tint disease. Tbero Is
lio doubt, that It l the ureal al ineilli liif In exist
iiucu, aud I hope any who itnutit will write totna.
E. f. HAWKS, Hi.,
After uITomiik tweiity flve years wilh spalnful
pry letter, and Irylnii many (ihyalclinia, I was at
last relieved by the use or Swift's SpecUlc. and I
cheer ully rucommuud It to all similarly afllleted.
Kkv. I. It. HliANllAM,
will bo paid to any Chemist wbo will find i n
ana'yi-ts of UK) bottles b, H. H one particle of
Merr.iuy, ludldu'l'utaasluiu, or auy mineral nib
TH8 8VIFTS!'KCIFIC CO.,
Drawer H. Atlanta, (la.
rtrWrlto for tbu lltilu UooU, which wilt ba
Prlcut Hmalt tlao, 1,t per bottlii. Large slao
(holdlnK doub a quantity) $1,7) bottle. Alldm
Klita;svll It. 8
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I I Pill A Vonn M.n. Mid 11a
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Ml' u J muo audur frum rlr
LI-I1 11 Indlaoratuma will rind
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powarrui miorant r lnir(iducfl
'mil iri'lforant yr lntr'iducd
Uwail bjr It thart la norolau-o. Try
r rails, tit fm 6.-Ai Drug.
IT mail from Allao'a Pharmacy,
if II Binr i
I I PIIIA vThlorrof amtDia
I I LRIV'bli itrxittli. If iron
I I rill j ar WHkoned dowa
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cy. ilb lat I
I 1A Of tha many rama
ftl 11" "" before tba publio
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wuivu pruiupo end permanently restore
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ITtT . Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, and roitonng lost powers to the
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w Brain Food, and we ae
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and all d laeaaaa of
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Kiuunm Mill. I
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b. mm fuuu
n 1 tiee aaa, Pmnensityana
I I L all L Haasioo brines Slan-
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uccemfully oreiromea thess tMtililes and
re.toivstUeautlarertu hisformorvinor. t.
( Ists, or
cr. 315 1st
isuui). Nw York City.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances ire icnt on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
lirHn srn unVrln from Nsnvntrs Urnem,
l.on Vitality. a or Nkkvk Kkni k sn
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Tilt tr'nf"li't ilii,i.v..t y of dit. Nm, ti..'ti!i ( ', n'-itv
Hi ml nl mill' f.T lllustrsU' IP'itnilih't fi'"U. A-I'iresa
VOITAIO IEIT CO., WABgHALl. MICH.
ADOwlio frotn In'MiTKilom, rirpuM nr eihsr ososh an
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naif eurt'l, lit i imuiarb nili, mi Kint'irsnl kj iiKMxt,
dsMters aiia lh- en'ss. Ti H-.ttcl aWM iin 'Tlisoii
elsaorinstlni Nrrvnus Debility, 1'hy.lr.l lef, 4e
bvtulljr eurrsi.ti.,i hr 'I UK M Hh I ON Tltll.l a.4' Etei
betelraa eases nrnl o( rrrtsiii muirtilon u full tad Me
net asanlioiiit. S niiile, piriYtirs, eitsnlr. pltsasai, iapS
fMl. )'.'nan"H'n 'ih ehr.irlsn nae.
IfUUSTON ItlCMKDf OQh M W. Ith SU, le tork
Spaadily mloavdhythauiaor titahnt Trat'
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lly, lioat virility, Pranatattor trry, sad
all tenuhlss arising fanm oyawok and aieassaa.
tUkmpU nfi'lmlliie mailed fsW, Braird, 4
drssatni Dr, Wbltllcr, IftRacaSt.. ClDtinnaU.a
V. IIU KlixHi, l'"
IPfllGHf Vuct. rms r
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NflUt'OXOiin. hii.w Vni'ii.f ifn. Hlrpin.tli nml
Viuon Ii it niiili I'l'Htnrallvn fur tlie L n of
M'liily Vtnoi' In Younrr, Mlddln-Asaa nnd
Ola Men, mi nmltrr Irmn whut eunsn. In hrf
vous Dubllity, Exhauatlon, Impotrncy,
Semlrial WeaktliM, nml klndri'il iilllni'iila.
IhU httndard Remedy Is n certuLn ouib.iiihI
to nil atii'h aiiilerera, wliiisi'ml it atiiti'ini'iit of
tlmlrtrmibh'a, miimntliy sniilcleiit to prut j lis
Virtue will bo ai'iit Free of Coat. Addrcaa,
rjrwfc .i.afc,. l.ja- .t 7.v ijitw mrmm tvtui.xaaa
rf or. f en. .
I BEFORE AND AFTER!
KIW DROPS annlled tr. .h- .n
J. . rj
nor aisooior tb Bian, or lfays
nor dlaoclor th- B v I t, Ti.Z
SlUt Joint Neuralgia, Ltun
pore ibroat, Jraina In tha
;ml Is I'liiiitllyelUcaoloua fur all
. v'l'iiinift u i"rtiiui uiuu.iiio ntuuuiiuiv. one airrreii s Almanar
Ask your UniRKlst for It. Trice
rrepaeU only ly JACOB S.
Wbbli anlH Smirirlat,
Wi eaution the
in the imbiir. aunlriKt an Impostor who
by ditllrMnl; tint lilMn..M..tt i.t IiU
hJV. I'uMK bins the same In puin idilut
nook, r presentlnir the llkeiu-rsi'a to l.e cisca he
Louis. Mi) . la'ls Us rnoma "Vienna In.tltule."
it ii . "d ciiln, tlie man hmyiha baa set
tl i' 11" i P" ' 0r""e tliec''1 ''"re fraud and falae
Dr. J A. MIKHMAN'S honk, lih truthful photographic likenesses of patlonta and reliable state
inenta fiom eminent Kuiitlomen, la mailed for luc. Ofbce t 1 Broadway, Now York
IS 10W OPK.N' KOn TIIK SKASON.
TERMS: J8.00 per
Nt'voi'-fdilitiif Sprincrs of coolest water cluired with healing: and
curative properties that have stood tlie test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the licalth-seeki rs, or those in search of rest
aud recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will hnild up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Affile,
Kte by the pe p'e of the neighborhood.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPUING"
flows from the recks in a steady stream, cold us ice water, and hun
dreds drinking; all day from its basin fail to lower the water line.
This Sprinir is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, '-THE SULPHUR SPRING1'
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and it waters bid
fair to rival the famous Hlue Lick.
The' e Springs are surrounded by frrand mountain scenery. The
air is always pnru and cool. 'o hot nijflus and no uiosuuitoes.
it i in: mi t li t mill .
Post ollice: )
yopeLo.. iii. )
Price only $125
Rssllj nrs JifSOIIront
li.i wan oii.t riLkT,'
OrgnnB for only
tpwSO. dpwlsl hsu.lM
"ii Oi.sns snil Flsnnliirt.s.
Hsiid for mldsuninisr prlrsA
fr c'm! tueu tiaslui, n
dollar dftlluwfd for trtvcliuf
fipfOt, whthr T baT
r not y(-urwtlcomtiy-wmr
(Iriin Morhi im tiit (.
ftini.pluK on ry It) Din
DANIEL f. btA 1 1 T, WASHINGTON,
ni. Arijrrai or ru ai
ofS'anilurd Hooka, many of thum tho beet Bdltlons
paMlchcrt. Your chiiici? ai'nt for examination be
fore payiiH'tit, on ena(inali vlditice of itood
lanii, tun iiihiks to no r(!iiirji:il at my exni'iiao If
not aatlsfuctory. Special barualiia tliia month
New pit til lent Inn h every week. Prices lower than
evi'r before known. rnnciiK from Two Cent a for
Tmiiion'a "Kriii'h Arilun, ' unalirirlired Liirno
Type, to 1 15 for the larifest nnd bust Amncan
t'vi'lopi ilia. Not sold by dealers prlcta t' o low.
t'irriilft-n free. Mention lllla paper .
JOHN 0. ALUKN. Cuhllalier, 18 Veiey SUN. Y.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tho llowivrd (nilvr,nlcflhll
nnd ournthnr Klnctro (Itu
funic (ind Mtutinrio AppIW
EaDi-H Hnd irftrrtiMDtn ar
nurtf euro fnr IWvouilM)ll
lly, t'nrl) hIh, HhtiniHtlim
nf V ital KnMrKr. Overwork
Pit lirnln, Wwik Hai k. Kid
nt, l.ivr, nnd aHtomttflb
t'i)tiiilHlnrti, Hnd nrHdat
td to t-ITHFK HKX. IflM
vnry lutfint im
Irovod, and n
from heiUuod h11
oth"r, hi thy
tiolild, cauiing no
NorN, nor irrlt
can be worn nt
work nkWMl m
rnut only nolle
nl, In to warr.
nt itei of nil
U oflienHtlt. llie For MKN ONLY at oni- raaon
the Hat ol dlrtfiuH, an tliHy act dirtn-t uioa NmTout,
Muscular, nnd (hnoratir rVn(ffm. Bi)filly rntorlng
tho vltttllty-wtiioh la KlwlrUit driiinmi from thny
tnm hjr n-fiM orindiNcrttiliH.il, th'f thtit Irtrn natural
war orarcontH thu wuakQHw without druuRltiii tba itom
act). Thny will cura nvnry ran ahnrt of iitrm'turnl dr
uanarutiou, and we hio firHpiired to fnrnlih tba moat
amithatlo and ah'nlutn iirtaif to anpTrt our olalina,
lllunlratt'd I'urui blut Frrt.or aut hmuUmI forfto poataue,
Coniultatlco f AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
Irn Al&Titcd 3 1 a N. Oth St., 8t, Uouin.M
Any Housekeoper In the land can repairthoCook
Stove put In new Fire Harks, new Gratia and nrw
Llulnga-by using jaOXZXEUNTOXC'fl
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS,
Rold by all Hardware and Store Dealcra.
Pawn Fon Ciwptti,Ana. Uanoacturod only tf
Roltenck AdjuatabU Fire Bark Co.,
611 IKiarborn Btreet, Chloaago.
fl a &
ft , l , A
, "-"""' '"-luleJ "
aY. "1. . T. ?u wior4aa ,
-sirii it wm nor, Bon uiothj
olinin - ecabla effecta cf any Irtnil
Back, Cramva. Tooth.Arhe.
Llmba or lu any fjart ot the bysteni
iialns la tlie Stomach and BowsU
60 cU per bottle LFy,
BIERRXXL, I fj
la deflantly utillislnir Dr. J. A. Sherman' llfe-lona
nii..ni ..,i ..u....nu ....li.u. ... Mi
form snd amdln(r It ont aa Dr. F. T. Hmytht'i
baa tirel. Ibis man Hmythe la located In Ht
With the aim and ilelibera'lon of a counterfeiter
nail in the rupture busln.iaa with bla abaneleai
atatementa of cure, hoplug toeacape detection and
week; 2.00 per day.
J. B. LEMEN,
NKVV ADVUKTISK HI'.NTS.
By R(tiireini? uku. r. nowKT.r. A ro.,
Hprnee St., New York, can learn thu exact costof
any proposed Una or advertWIuk In Amer.can
New spapera. tTW jmgn r'ampblet 10 centa.
ty. 'it J A . .r-'-'satlS.. 1 .. "
A New and uompieto Hotel, fronting on Leveo
Second and Kallroad Streets,
Tho Pasaenifer Depot of the Chlcairn. St. f.oul
and .lew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, Ht,
i.ouia ana ran tic; lion Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and Ht. Louis lUnwava
are all J nut serosa the street : while the Stoamboal
LaudiiiK la tint one square distant.
This lintel la heated br steam, haa atnam
Laundry, il.vdrat.Mc Klevator. Electric Call Hells.
Auioinatlc Kiro-Alarms, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
purieri sewerage ana uimpieui appoimmunta,
Siinerb furnishings: tiurfeeL survlrp; ind in on
Ii. P. I'AltH KU.V CO.. lasw.
617 St. Cbarlos Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rsiictilnr Clrihlimls nf two liieillral
Citl('Ki', tlH4 lieell liiiltfer rllirntfett In t la 4 treat
nient uf t 'lirtiriio, Nirvoni, h"kni ninl
ltlonil lli'rti' ihiui anv other iihyslrlan Iii
Ht. I.onls, as eliy pui'i l'i obew and all nlil resl
tents know, t'niKiiiiallnn . I oilleeor kr mall,
fl ee nml Invited. A Irleii'lly talk or his opinion
rimta iKittiliiK. VVheii It H Ineonvenleut to vlalt
the elty .nr trentinent, iiieilli'lue ran tie sent
by mall nr express i vervw here, Curiiiile cae
Ituariiiiteeil ; wln re iloulit exists tl Is frank.lT
stated. Cull or Write.
Norvous Prostration, Debility, Mental tni
Phynical We&kmm, Mercurial and othtr
affiiotionsof Throat, Skin tni Uonea, Blood
Impurities and Dlood Poiionmg, Skin Affeo.
tlona, Old Sores ard Ulcers, ImpedimenU to
Marriage. Rhmimatlsm, Pil's. Special
attention to caaca frnrj ever-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imr.mdcnces, Excesses,
Indulgnncas or Exposures.
It Is scir-evl'lent that a pliyslelan paying
particular atlriitlnn to a elans ofraes allalna
Ki-eiit bklll, and physicians In reaiilar praetli-e
all over the country knowing tills, freiiiiitlx
recommend rases tothe oldestoSlce In America,
where every knowu appliance Is resorted ti,
ami the provml unn.t ramifrfifaj or all
aires and countries are used. A whole house Is
lined fiirnlltcv purimea, and all arr treated witlt
skill Iu a re tint manner! and, Snowing
what to do. noesiwrlwents amniada. n ac.
count of tint itrcat nunilx-r applying, tl;
charges are kept low. often lower Ilia" It
iliMimli'l'il by oilier; If "'r. ".k, 1 '
and B' t a "peei y and wi h et lito etire, that la
the Iniporlant 'mailer. I'auipblet, SS psgaa.
aeiu to any anir inr.
r.ieirniii ri"iu nim en i... iIT'"
rents Iii (Kislnga or currency. Over tiny won
terfnl pen pictures, true to IIIV, articles on the
billowing siibleets, Who may marry, who not
whvlt IVoiierairetniuarrv. Who marry prst,
ilsiihooil, tN'oiiianliiMMl, Pbylrul decay. Who
vliould inariy. Mow lift- and happiness mar ,
increased. Thnm married or ruliiiilatln
lutrrvlng aliould reail IU It mishl to be resil
0) all adult iiei'soiii, then kept under lo k auil
key, 1'opulnr edition, same as alrnvt, but pat
cover and Soil pagvs, Si uU bjt luail, iu tuuuiaf
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