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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1883.
"Too claim too
much for Saham
can one medicine ba
I a specific fr Kpl-
Opium Katlnsr, JthcnniatUiin, hprrniHlor
' rba, or Kemlual VVenUncsw, and llfly oibrr
complaint" V a claim H a swinc, sim
ply, bucaute the virus of all diseases arises from
tiioblooiL lis NcrvliK), Resolvent, Alterutive and
Laxative proportlcmee,tallthe conditions herein,
referred to. it'a known worMiMe-a
Unuleia and coniiHwee Ilia imlleiil not by the
introduction of opiate end dra.tle reUiartlca, 1
by the restoration of activity to the stomach i
Iiervona system, whereby the brain is rj'lie'
of morbid fan les, which are created by
introduction of opiate and dra.tle reUiartlcs, but
f 10 uie Biouia-u aim
causes alKiTo referred to.
To Clergymen. Lawyers, Utcrary men, Mer
chant, Bankers, Ladles and all tlio.c whose sed
eutary employment causes nervous prostration,
trreitulantlea of the blood, stomach, bowels of
kldncvsorwho require a ncrvebiuic.apiH-tlscror
stimulant, SaiiaiiitaK NeatiNg la line liable.
Thousand- proclaim It the most wopderf ul tiivig
orant that ever sustained tho sinking- system.
fl.W. Hold by all Urult. (U)
IE1 W, D. A. W:sit:i:S KZ3. 50., r23l,
. . ' BT. JOBEPfl, MO.
From theao aourota aruw thre fonrthiof
the dbtoaae of the human race, 'lliesfl
symptoms Indicate their existence : of
Appetite, Howtli costive, ftlck Head
acb, fullness after catluar, ayeralon to
exertion of body or mind, KrurUtion
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
epirlU, A feeling of having neglected
aomeduty, IMxxlueaa, luttcrlnK at the
Heart, IJoU before the area, hlglilr col
ored I riae, tOSBTiF.4TIO.il, and de
mandtheuse ofarewedytimt acta directly
onUw Llvor. AsaLlvor medicine TlTT'a)
PI LLS ha v no equal. Their action on tbo
Kidneys and kiii la alto prompt ; removing
all Impurities throuKh these throe erav
engers of the system," prcjlucinr appe
UU), sound digestion, regular Ptrv,l-i, a clear
akin and a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cause no naiwea or griping nor Interfere
with dallv work and arc a pe rfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1TE FEELS LI HE A SEW MAW.
"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constlpa
tion.two yearn, ami bavo tried ten different
klnda of pills, and TITT'S are the first
that bare done me any good. They bare
cleannd mo out nicely. My apiK.tlto la
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
hare natural panares. I fuel like a new
man." W. b. EDWARDS, I'aJuiyra, 0.
BoldsTerTwherx.a.'U!. Offlee.M Miirtny St.,K,Y
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gray IIair on Whisker changed in
tanlly touULoesr UlaCK by a single ap
pliratlon of this DTK. hold by rirugglsta.
or sent by rxirtn on receipt of II.
Offlw, ft Murray Street, New York
TITT'S MANUAL OF USEFCL RECEIPTS FRff.
la -i.l . Irinmnh nt rl,Tr(1 hut la a rCTlltttion
thronnh the luatinrt of the untutored avsce, and
la a complete antidote to all kinds of Blood Poison
and r-k) ii llnmor.
Hwirf. Knerldr hn cured me of SiTotula. which
la hereditary iii my family. I have suffered with
It for maiiy year", and have tried a great many
ph a ciana and all forts of treatment, hut to no
nnmnao. mid vhi.n I hiiran to taku Swift's SpecKlr
I waa in a horrible condition; but thanks to this
treat mined . I am rid Of the utoae. mere is
no doubt Mat It la the treat ft medicine In exist
ence. and I hope any who doubt will writ- to me
E. C. H AWES, Jb.,
AftpranfTiirtiiff tweniv flve year with a painful
DnrlKltiir. and trvlllU luallV Iihvstciana. I WHS Bt
I .at relieved hv the une of Swift's Sliecltlc. and I
cheer'nllv recommend it to all similarly afflicted
Hiv. I. it. Bit AN HAM ,
in hit ii. ol tn ktiv flu.m'Kt who will And 'n
analvnia of 100 bottles 8. H. ., one particle nf
Merenrv. Iodide I'otassiiini, or any mineral sub
,Wn B TIIR SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer :t. Atlanta. Ha
rsi-Writii for tho little Hook, which will be
Tr!d! Small slr.e. Jl Ul per bottle. Larije sir.e
fholdlnir dnub e quantity) 1.7j bottle. All dnu
T. LOUIS ST. PAUI
PACKET COM?4NY'8 I
Ilctrlt-Lleit -rS-E-fS O.S.Xall Lint U
Fina Side-Wheel Paseengar Steamers
B-tween BT. T.0TJ13, HANNIBAL. QTJTNCT,
KBXJKrjK.BUHLINOTOK, KOCK ISLAND,
DAVKNIHIRT, OLIN10N, DI'BUdUK,
XiAOKOSSK, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Ht. I'atil i'm-Vxtu Imive St. Lonla .vry MondHy.Wed
onadiiynnd Friday, a ' p.m. Qnlney A Kmkuk Pack
4lvSt, , mil dally, Sunday eoeitii(l. ntl p.m.
Kai iirslonTlekntsiit low rates to St. I'aul. Lake
Mlnnnlonkaandiill NortlurnSiiramwr R-wrts. IHraot
and chait. route tn li.ik.ila.MontiinimndklaDltoha.
Fur HltnirnlMd 0ld Iliiok, tims UMim, rmMWDger
andtrsUlit rntn.nnd other liifnriniit Inn, addrma,
"D0 BT. LOU I4 J HT. rAULTACK ETOCt
VTharfbont fuot, of Ollvs BU X. LOUIS. MO.
r-.n. omw NVi've-I.lfe. Strensth and
VlKori n positive restorative for the Lose of
Manly Viiror In Young, Middle-Aged and
Oid Men, no matter from tMuit cause. In Ner
oua Debility, Exhaustion, Impoteney,
Bemtnat wasxneis, aim ini"i n rain,
hi. ut ,i,n..H Paninrli Is nrfirtuin ouro.nilil
tn n .iii.ii niiii.ri.r. v. ho aeiiil a statcniriit of
their troubles, a ijiiatitlty snfllelent to prov J Iti
Ttrtuo win tie sent Free ort
t. Louie, MO
Tlic Daily Bulletin.
. A Bait Laki on Top of a Moui.tain,
Thoro Ih ft ruiuitrkaMu unit lako, ilu
Btod l'0 milieu wi-m iiml mitith of Allm
qin;nin', !u Ntnv Mexico, ami iilioiit .V)
ruiluH from thu Ari.on.'t linn. Tho lake
Im located on thu top of it volcuiiic moun
tain, aii'l evidently oucupics :tu extinct
crator. Tli lake isH'rliitwtliri'-iitiar-U'n
)( a niilJ in diaimiti-r, and is so
jtrongly improjrn.'itfil witli i'ilt 1 1 tut a
thick crust of punt white suit of u
spongy consi.Htcncy liko lloiilintr i'U
encrusts tho margin. It i plentiful
that it in carried away lv thu witjron
load. It ha.s heen lonr itsi-1 hy tliu In
dians. Thti an It is white, of the purest
quality and destituto of Hand or any
foreign ingredient. The texture is por
ous, like concealed white foam. There
was one Hpeeinion inclosing the stem of
some vuffPttihls and can be handled like
an apple by its "tern. Hut the inoi cur
ious feature of tl is lake is a tall circu
lar column, of monument-shaped forma
tion, which rose up n ar the cinter of
the lako to the hi'iit of 100 feet, and
which appeared to be composed of
white lava thrown up by Rome convul
sion during some ancient geological
period. Tho outride of tho singular
column Moped from the base toward the
top, and was roujrh enough to enaljle it
to be ascended. On reaching the top
of the cone the interior waa found to be
hollow like a tube, and at tho bottom
there was seen a circular pond of water
with a bright emerald green color in
appearance, probably to be attributed
to the sparse rays of light which pene
trated this huge tube, atid were reflect
ed from tho smooth, mirror-like surface
of the water. A party with some dilh-
ultv descended the projecting sides of
the interior of this bowl, and thev found
no incrustations of salt on the surface
like that on the outside, but on thrust
ing the hand into the water .and with
drawing it, the hand came out perfect
ly white from the particles of salt that
adhered to it. It was evidently very
strong brine.--.be. Louts H'-.pWMcaH.
Quite a New View of Talmage.
Could Talmage have held his own foi
fifteen years by monkey tricks alone?
Clearly not. That he indulges in monkey
tricks no man who has ever seen him
will denv. I regard his performances
on the platform as grotesque in the ex
treme, but a careful readiug of his
teranees from the platform will insure
his placing upon the plane of sober
minded, discreet, sensible, instructive
and entertaining teachers. Per.tonallv,
Talmage is a genial fellow, (jet him in
a corner with his war paint oft' and talk
with him on any subject except that of
shop, and you will tind him as genial
and pleasant a companion as you may
wish, lie is in the pulpit what Butler
is in politics. It is his profession, and
he is bound to make a hit every time.
He is reckless, careless, and not always
reliable, but get him down to hard pan
and he is worth a hundred cents on the
dollar every lime. Talmage is very
bald. Personally in my eyes that is not
an objection, lie seems to think the
public regard is otherwise. Consequent
ly he lets the hair grow on the side ol
his head very, very long, and then
brushes it up over hi scalp and fancies
that, because he looks like a hairy man
to himself in the glass, nobody can see
the little bald spot behind. You remem
ber the ostrich? This is another case.
On the street Talmage appears to think
that everybody is looking at him. That
is w here his head is not level. He
should think that everybody is looking
at him because everybody is. but ho
should not appear so. See the point?
Cor. Huston Ihrn'd.
The Real History cf Job?.
Jumbo, the famous monster elephant,
has now been jtt-t one year in Ameiica,
and whether owing to climatic influ
ences or better care and attention, has
thrived in Ids new hi-ni" immensely. It
i.s a fact, however, not gem rally known,
that animal trainers in this country are
better acquainted wi;u the habits and
peculiarities of elephants than the peo
ple of any other portion of the world,
not even excepting (he Ka-d. where these
big animals have been kept in captivity
for many hundreds of years. Jumbo,
according to tho testimony of Sir Sam
uel Baker, was captured when very
young by a band of llamcan Arabs, who
brought'him from the Settile river, in
Abyssinia, and disposed of him to a
Bavarian collector named Johann
Schmidt. Jumbo was then less than
four feet high, and traveled with an
other elephant of his own tender age,
which has since died. He was purchas
ed by the Jardin des Plantes, in Paris,
in 18G1. and after seven years of rapid
growth was transferred the London
"Zoo." From this garden I'.arnnm,
Ilailev and Hutchinson procured him.
When he arrived here he was lean, lank
and tall. He has since improved from
weight 18,67)0 pounds, height 1- feet !)
inches, girth -'1 feet o inches, to 20,190
pounds in weight, 13 feet 4 inches in
height, 25 feet 1 inch in girth an in
crease of 1,540 pounds in weight, 7
inches in height, and 8 in girth.
Blue Grass Beauties.
A Kentucky scribbler gushes as fol
lows about tho beauties of his State:
'When tho Bona Dea out of her boutite
ousncss makes a Wue Grass woman,
she takes care never to fail. A soft,
white, warm body, translucent with di
vine light, and and curving to the lines
of beauty as naturally as thn tendrills
of a viue, is the groundwork upon which
nature limns the human angel. Eyes
softly bright, but luminously intense;
cheeks likJ the damask rose with but
tercups of dimples, in whose honeyed
heart sly Tuck or Oberon might sleep;
lips like ox heart cherries at tho center,
but flexilo as a smoko wreath, and fad
ing away into tho soft cheek liko the
the heart's blood of a strawberry Into
luscious cream; a chin fairly fashioned
as tho golden applo that blushing Paris
gave to Venus, who trembled with de
light at taking it; (ho brow of Juno and
the bust of Hebe; tho sea nymph's pear
ly ear, the wood nymph's springy step
theso aro a few of tho charms that na
ture gives tho maiden of tho Blue
It is estimated that In England 10,000
woman and girls chow gum. Tho ties
between that country and America nre
growing btrongor every year, by gum.
W. T. Lombdiv. nrer editor ol t'un Bullctin
and steamboat paaaeniter aent. Orders for all
klti'laof Mearahnat lob brintlng tollrlted. Office
a'. Mower's Kurnuuan llotol. No. 71 Ohio levee.
STAOBH OF TUB KIVBK.
The river marked by tho gauge at this
port 1 ml evening at G o'clock 27 feet S in
ch) sand rising.
Chattanooga, July 19. Kiver 3 feet 0
iii( lies and falling.
!m. Louis. July 1'J. Kivur 3.1 feet V in
ches and tailing.
Cii.cinniiti, July 19 Hiver 12 feet7 in
ula and falling.
Louisville, July 19. Uiver 7 feet 9 in
ches arid lisin'.
Nashville, July 19. -Hiver 7 feet 10 in
Pittsburg, July 19. Hiver 4 feet 7 in
ches and falling.
The City of St. Louis from New Orleans
arrived here yeoterday morning at 11
o'clock and departed at 1 p. in., fur St.
The Ja9. W. Gaff from Memphis passed
up for Cincinnati last night. She had a fine
freight trip and 40 cabin passengers.
The Granite State from St. Louis passed
up for Shawneetowu last night. She dis
charged several hundred sacks of wheat
The Will Kyle from Cincinnati arrived
hire Wednesday night. She tilled out here
for New Orleans and departed at 0 p. ra.
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati is due
here to-morrow for Memphis. W. F. Lamb-
iin, I'asseDger Agent, will furnish tickets
at low rates.
The John Gilbert, formerly a Tennessee
river and Cincinnati packet will enter the
trade from Si. Louis to Johnsonville on
Tennessee river. The Gilbert is ow:ied by
tiie Kvansvilleand Ohio packet company as
is one of the best stern wheel boats that was
ever built. She is fast and is a big car
The J. II. Ilillman leaves here this morn
ing at 10 o'clock for Nashville.
The Citv of Cairo from St. Louis will re
port here this evening for Vicksburg.
The Ste. Genevieve leaves St. Louis this
evening and will report here to-morrow at
The W. P. Halliday haves St. Louis to-
morrow evening for New Orleans.
The Chas. Morgan has retired for the
summer and is lying up at Cincinnati.
The Will S. Hays went through to Cin
cinnati and will make another trip this
season before she lays up for the changes,
which will be made in her as a cotton boat
to run iu the lower trade.
A conductor who lives at Belair,
Gut hurt, being thrown on a chair,
They took him away,
Hut in less than a day,
St. Jacobs Oil made him all square.
How to Detect Classical Music
I can give von a simple rule bv which
the m ist ignorant may know whether
any given piece of music should or
should not be admired. If you know at
once what it is all about; if it seems to
be saying, 1, 2, 3, hop, hop, hop, or 1,
2, .5, bang, bang. bang, you may con
clude at once that you are listening to
something of a very low order, which it
i.s your duty in despise. Hut when you
hear something that sound as U an as
sorted lot of notes had been put into a
barrel and were being persistently stir
red ui), like a kind of harmonious gruel,
you may know it's a fugue, and safely
assume an expression of profound in
terest If the notes appear to have been
dropped by accident, and nre being fish
ed up at irregular intervals in a sort of
placid or drowned condition, it is likely
to be a nocturne; and nocturnes, you
know, are unite too utterly lovely for
anything. If the notes seem to como in
carloads, each load of a different kind
from the last, and if the train seems to
be an unreasonably long time in passing
a given point, it will turn out most like
ly to be a symphony; and symphonies
are just the "grandest things that ever
were. If the notes appear to be tin rop
ed out in masses, and shoveled vigorous
ly into heaps, and then blown widely
into the air by explosions ol dynamite,
that s rhapsody; and rhapsodies are
umong the latest things in music.
He Realized It
An old colored man familiarly known
as "Colonel," who gains his living by
doing odd chores and errands, was yes
terday discovered in an ice-cream sa
loon with a ten-cent dish of tho luscious
dessert before him, and he was asked:
m ny, colonel, isn t tnis rather an
"I reckon it nm, salt."
"And pretty steep?"
"Yes, purty bhgu up."
"Can you afford such luxuries?"
"Not hardly, salt not hardly. Time
Pa paid ten cents fur dis, live cents fur
sody an' bought half a dozen oranges to
take homo I shan't have mo' tlnn 'miff
left to buy chicken and green peas fur
Sunday V'l)tlroil Free Press.
She Must Hare Bean Homuly.
A good story is told of a groceryman
in this city, showing whnt a thorough
faith ho has In hiswifo regarding house
hold affairs. A faithful servant-girl
had workod in the family for a number
of years. Oue day she "was sent to tho
store to get some groceries. She went
to the store of hor employer and gave
the order. Th package was done up,
when she said: "You can put these
down." "Who shall I charge them
to?" said ho. "Why," answered the
girl.'don't you know mo?" "No,"
said he; "who shall I charge thorn toP"
Said . tho girl, somewhat abashed, "I
live at your house; I'm Jour girl."
"Humph!" came from the proprietor,
"is that so? Well, take the things and
go on, then." Kingston Freeman.
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III WSH, M A I.I1,
And all other bodily aches
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D.enhranal ll-luea or thu bead from add Mont
colds, completely heals the tirea and restores the
serse or taste ana smell. Henmnal renulls are
reallred hy a few applications.
A THOHOUO ri TnKAT.ME T W I LI. (t. B K
t'neo ialed for Cold In the Head, Hoaili;lie i.d
I'eafne's. or any kind o mucous memhranal irrita
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a package ststnps received. Sold by all whole
sale and retail drugtr'sit.
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FOUIl YKAHS OLD.
rpilIS CELEBUATEl) NATIVE WIN 1" Is ma le
J. from the Juke of the Oporto Uiape, raised in
this coact-y. Its Invaluable tonic and strength
ening properties are nusurps.sed bv any oilier
NativeW'ine. B.-lnir the pnre Juice of the tirape,
produci'd nnder Mr. tpeer s own personal supern
sion, Its purity and neuulnmess, are Kiiaiaiiieed
Tht voiinest child nny partake of Ita tp-permis
qaaitties, and the weakest Invalid use It to advan
tage It Is particularly benelklal to the aged and
drhilitati'd, and suited tu the various allineiits that
affect the weaker sex. It Islnovurj nspect A
WISE TO Ba Kfcl.iajt o.
Speer s t .). Mierry.
The P. .1. SIIEKKV Is a wine of Superior Char
acter and i artakesof the rich qualities of the kri;n
from wh ett It Is made Forl'urlty, Richness, t'la
voi and Medicinal I'roperties. it will be tonnd uu
Speers r. si. Uranuy.
Thl ItHANDY stands unrivaled In this Country
boluirfarsnperlfir for medicinal purnoses. It 1- s
core distillation Irom the erapo. and rjintslns v i.
tiatilc medicinal properties, it has a dollcale fla
vor, sitmlarto that of Ihe crapes, from which It is
distilled, and it in ureat tavnr amonir nrt-iias
families. See that the signature of ALFRED
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Complete sample and outfit 5- c , or lull parti
culars for stamp. Don't s'art ont attain until you
loam what is -am oi uus mioa. ana wnai ntners
are doing. W. H. THOMPSON, Fabllsher. 401
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Wi lt"! pffl'tlt I 'trv vltfrfM thtlr
BAND CATAtOCUB, l
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t ttniroiui nil. m, ('pss Ifclu,
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PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
lllKTKR. 2.'d year opens September k'lli.
KulldltiK new. Superior appointments tMvil l-.n-fflneeriuK.
Cli'tolcal, t'olleidato, KiiKllsh Con ses.
t ltculatsof P. W. llanlav. Ksn., W. I', Hallidty
Ksq ,orof Col. 'l'llKO. HYATT, l'res't.
7 1 lt3m
i It I ht e
pAlltO UAITIST. -Corner letiih iinrt I'opi, r
V.,' streets; presrblng rverv Snn''ay mo nl u snd
nii'Oi ai u-iiai noiirs. j-rayer meui i.,1 weili.es
flay uliihl ; Sunday srtnnl. 'i::jn s e,
Rev. A. W. vtiAUA, Pastor.
tUl'in U OK THE HKI)ItBMKR-tt.sr(tii
,j Konrteetith street; Sunday 7:c.oa m.. Holy
cop niiinion iii:;kis. tn.. Mornine rrsysrs it a. m.
Siuidsj sihoolHp. n., Ku'tilnit 1'iayeis 7:J' ,.tn
K. P. natenpott, S. T. II. Hector.
nlllST lIlhSIONABY M APT I ST fllL'klMl
I'tem-liii.u at IO:nU a. n.., 3 p. tn., and T:Mi p. in
alihsth school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. ! Whores,
ii s or
I fniERAN-Tlilrteetah street; servlus S.ib
I bnth Into a. ni. , Jiundiiy school 2 p m. Itev
itiHppe, past .
t KTH(ilrT Cr. EVhtb and Waii.ni s'rs.-ts
,m rreae.iiitiK faMisth icon a, m. snfl7:i p. ix
i ndsy School at .t:'0 p, m. llov. J. A. r.urett
IJKEHHYTKK1 AN-Kltfhth strset; psssrnlen ot:
Hahbath at 11:00 a. rr,. and 7:lp. m.j prater
muftlitK Wednesday at 7:1') p.m.; Sandu) "')"" I
it 3 p. "t, llov B. V. 'isorw, pastor.
QI.'IOHKPH H--, lb, man Catholic) (lorner Cross
O and Walnut streets; services Sabbsth 111::!'1 a.
n.; Hunday School at S p. m l Vesper P m. ! e:
ncet everv day at H a m. Rev. O'iiara, i'tlest.
CT. I'ATRICR'IM Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
U street and Washington avsnus; services H. h
oai h 8 and 10 a. m. t Vespers 9 p. m. t Handsy Se hoot
ip. m. service ery day at Sam. B. Mast '
mm jar -sffc i
L.ittMI'ir ftm!uattnuat t i
,, r mmmmmti tiown. do conccntraieu that a
fk w pitoes applied to the surtax will Penetrate to th very Bone,
ind almost In.tantl, RtUICVt PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing:
in dtaoolor the 8 kin, or leave dlsafrrecahle effects of any kind. It
nas ho Kiy Ar. ifr inevttr or Rhenmatlsm. Snrains. Brniaea
Stiif JoLats, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limba or Iu any part of the System
;.iid Is equally efficacious for all pains In the Stomach and Bowels
reoutrinu a powuriui uiuusive suniuiani, nee Aiem-ir
Ask your Drtifc'iilst for It. I'rlco 60 cts per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Whnloanlw Druggist, 8T.
We caution the public SKslnst sn Imposter who
fputatlon by illhtortintr the likenesses of bis
hla Book, ann nnhllHhlni. iIim .mtiia In ..mnhiui
tiook, r preaentlnir the llki nevaea tn hn rxi'i h
""la. Mo., calls Us rooms "Vienna InMltnte."
'fhank bills and COln. the mnn Kmvtll hn. ..it
hlrelitiKs to per-oimte these pU tu re frauds and false statements of euro, hoping to escape detection and
Dr. J A. SHERMAN'S book, with truthful phototrraphlc llkonenses of patients and reliable state
ments fiom ennneut (jeutleaien. Is mailed for 10c. OIBre 2 1 Broadway, New York.
IS KOW OPJiX FOB TII1C SKASOiV.
TEKMS: 8U.00 per
Never-failing Springs of coolest water charged with healing and
curative properties that Iiilvo stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use hv the li'altU-seekn's, or those in search of rest
and recreation, and the resideuts for miles around.
NO. 1, "TIIE IRON SPRING"
will build up the weak anil debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for t hills, Ague,
Etc., by the penp'e of the, neighborhood.
t'l'olll Ihc l'ftcks In a. HtpRd v
drctls drinking all day from ito basin fail to lower llie water line.
This Snrinrr Is a certain cure for DvHnetwbi. Kldnov dwnnWa and
. , . 1 1 ....... J -.V, V. W MUM
NO. 3, ''THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Hlue Lick.
The-'e Springs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery. The
air is always pure and cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular.
Post otlice: ) T T? TT?-t"OAT
rope Lo., in. )
ID SETS REEDS,
(Kiel wilu ou.,1 n'.sr.'
i auiiu. prlc-i. t)8S
Oraans for only
CtU. 8p.rUI bar, .U,l
un Oiuoi and Ptaaofort.s.
Sci'.l fi.r mlJatiDim.r prtf. A
rat tr"1arR!nt otlrrvds
Am. m..tS tialLB DM
or not yi.urwieonitfty
wtv to vl SI 1 1 tliUttMl
UrtiH Vvortii m txl it .
i.inr nns aver 10 mlO
total. A1tlrM orMll
D.NIEL F. bUt IT. WASHINGTON, NEW JERSEY.
BOOKS. -125 TON S
ofH'andurd Hooks, many of them the best editions
nohlisneii. lour ciiou v sent tor examination be
fore payment, on reasonable evidence of coed
faith, the hooka to be rettir.ied at my expense If
not satisfactory. Special bargains this month
New publications every week. Prices lower than
ever before known, riiiik'li'tf from Two Con I a for
Tentix sun's "Kr.neh Ar.len," unabridged Larje
Tvpe, tolls for the larijest and best American
i ve.lopi Ola. Mil soin ny dealers prices teo low.
Clrciila'S free. Mention this oaner.
JOHN B. ALDKN. Publisher, 18 Veaey St.,N. Y.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
lbs lliiwHrd (iiilvunlcShlnln
vim Ic end Miu"ello Appll
Boeessnd tinrmiintH .re a
Itr, rnralyala, Itheumatlsm
of Vital haerur, Overwork
ed llniin, Weuk ilaek, Kill
nv. Llvsr. anrl Htomaoh
' .iMiiliilnls, .nil nrvAiiapt
ed to tlTHKliHsi. The
very luleat Ira.
proved, and .n-
from belt a nod nil
others, ss thsr
Holds, causlnf no
sores, nor Irrlls-
i t In a oftbs skin
can 1m worn at
work as well as
rest only nntlt-s-ahls
ent stHffts of ail
la of li.u.llt, Thi.ss for MEN ONLY at nnen raaeh
ths sent ot dlaenan, n. their ai t dlrm t iiioii Nervous,
MuariilHr, and 0n.rHtlts ( .liter-, siieeiillr r. storing
ths vitality which Is Klsetrletty drained fmmthe.ys
t.in tr sicmms or imtl.cretlnDa, they thus In a natural
way ntm-nrnx th wnnkneas without druuKles ths slnm
ach. They will cure every ous short nf itrnrtiiral ds
snnoratlnn, and am prspiirsd to furnish the miMt
emphatln and ahsnluls prisif to support our clalma,
Jllu.i rated Ph mph let Fre .or sent sealed for do postals,
saiultatloa t AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
frit a Invited I 3 1 2 N. 6th 8 1., 8t. Louie, Nt
Any notisokoopor in the land can repair the Cook
Stoveput In new Fire Hacks, new Orates and new
Llnlngt-by using BOIZHN'OIC'B
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Bold by all Itardware and Btove Dealers.
Pnwn roit Crnnni.AMs. Jlauufaetured only by
HchenTk'a AdjuatabU Fire Bark Co.,
53 Hear bora Street Chicago.
J .j', (i ' ...
i r. k v. i
rr''- ,' i.-i..M-Mi-i-Myi
I A powerful prepiuiitliiii coin-
bosed mostly of Kstentlal Oils
iThfl most nenetraf Inu l.lnlmsn,
la defiantly nti!lzln2Dr
patients, and generally c
r. J. A. Shorman't llfe-lonc
n.tli.nl. .ml u.m.pulltf i..n ntf.rfMll Inn Ih, nh.r.r.tMP
r..rm -h -..nin i nn, .. n. re um-,h-.
ha, , nr.. i 'llij. man K int thu I. inp.iait In Ht
With tie aim and tleliberadon ol a coanter elter
M.ll In tlm iilnl,im tin,iii.,.i tvith 1.1. -h.Dii.lM.
. 'm v
week; 2.(0 per day.
Ul Jl lHUrO
i mi . -aV
THE MAGNESIA SPRING1'
d renin enld n leu untor anil linn.
' J-J- Jj-uivimr ,
By addro-tlng GR0. V. ROWELt CO., 10
Spruce St., t,ew York, can learn the exact cost of
any proposed Una of advertltni? In American
Now spapers. FiriW page Pamphlet 10 certs.
A New and complete Hotel, fronting on l.eveu
Secoud and Railroad Streets,
Tho Pasiener Depot of the Chlcsiro, St. Lonla
and .tew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, Ht.
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Railways
are all Just across the street; while the Steamboat
Land i ii k la but oue square distant.
This Hotel is heated by steam, has steam
Lanndiy, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bells,
Automatic Fire-Alarma. Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments.
Snperh furnishings; psrfect service; and an nn
I.. V. PARK KH Ar C !0.. I.sm
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A raaulnr Ortuluut of twe medical
coUeires, has heen lo.iirer eniraited In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervou., ISUtn and
ltlooit Disease, than anv other Pbytlelan In
St. Lou Is, as city pniiers abew ami all old rest
il. iita know. ( Vninlt.itlon ..t nrlieeor ar null,
tree and Invited. A frlemlly talk or bis opinion
coats nothlinr. When It Is fiiconvenleiit to visit
tho city .or treatment, medicines ean be sent
hy mall or expr-is everywhere. Curable can
triiuranteed; where doubt exists Ulstraukly
Hated. CaU or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood roisoaing, Skin Affee
tionBjDjdoiresdjriom, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Pilose Speoial
attention to ease frotn over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES rscoive apedal atuntion.
Diseases arising from Irrtntdences, Excessei,
Indulgencos or Exposures. .
It Is self-evident tliAt a phyilclan paving
particular attention to aclas ofcAei attaina
great skill, and physician In reBUlar praet ee
all over ths country kimwluf this, frenuently
r.M-oninieiel eases to ths oldest office In America,
hern every kimwu appliance r-rtel to.
and th proved rotl rjusrtia of su
sues snd countries are used. A whole hoiew i'
used for onlce purins, and all are twa".""
skill In a resmetful manner; and, Jw'n
, whst ti do. no'experl n.ent. ar niads. Ou sc
' count of the (treat ni.iiiher applli i. M
cliara-i'S sre kept ow, often lower tlian i la
Tl inai iIinI hv " l icr If von sceurs the skl'l
1Z it a aiie.lv snd lierfrcl lit rurs. that la
"hs1 ?m"r!7it "ma tier. Pamphlet, pgS
scut lo any sddress free.
pS. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I A
flrsaut cloth and trill binding, Pealed fiirW
rents In tmalase or currency- Over Qrty woo
.Vrful tien pictures, true to Ilft . artlcleson the
jhllowlns tili)eets, Who may marry, wlionot;
whvf rroperak-e to marry. ho insrry nrju.
aunhood. Womsiih.sid. rhylcsl decay. t ho
slmiihl marvy. How life and happlne." may oe
jnoreaseil. Thorn married or eontniiilstln
marrvlna should read It. It onwht lohs iresJ
m ail adult wrsons. then kept under lock aud
key. Popular edition, same t ataiv. hut l'l
rover and 00 psgu. fcAiU bjr aoail.la vmum
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