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IIA Ki III.,
Sortneii, Cull, Bruises,
III 1IXN, M1LUH,
And all oth'T bodily allies
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold liy all liruiiKiitM and
Dealers. Direction III 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
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Half Imore, Mil., I .!. A,
The Daily Bulletin.
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INViMUItLT IN AUVi.NCi.
All Communication should he addressed to
K. A Ill ItSB rx,
Publisher and Proprietor.
A EUMMlK COTTAGE.
How to rurniah it and II jw to Mak it
"Mrs. M. 15." wi-ln'.-. some hints in re
gard to (he furnishing of miiiiiik.t co!
ta'e in th inoiintiiins. r'r my part, I
' like something on th floor, oven f the
humblest room. Mattiiijr looks no cool,
and is so easily kept perfectly sweet find
clean, that it" is preferable to ant thin
else; but it is open to tho objection that
muddy footprints show "lor ull they are
worth" (to be explicit rather than ele
gant), and must be immediately cleans
ed, and this ought to be done with hot
water with a little salt in it. A rug that
will cover the center of the room, and
so give it an air of home, on a rainy day
may be substituted. It is a wise pre
caution to provide one's self with an
abundance of cushions. Then seats mav
be improvised almost anywhere at will".
These cushions limy be covered as sim
ply as possible, with cretonno or Turkey
red cslico.or with coarse worsted goods.
If thpy are made like pillow-cases, so
that they can be removed and dried if
they are damp, it will be found worth
while. As for tho decoration of the cot
tage this may be safely left for the young
er members of the party, if there are
younger members; irraises, ferns, and
, curious objects found in tho woods may
relieve walls of a barren look. Tack "a
largo sheet of white paper or card-board
to tho wall, on this put with pins the
lovely moths and strange insects which
abound. They must first lie chloro
formed or treated with benzine, and have
death made easy. The want of a good
bed often drives the summer pilgrim
home, and if vour retreat is accessible
and it is possible to do so, by all means
take with you a good bed. It is not at
all necessary that you should have a
bedstead. The springs of tho wire mat
tresses may be placed on the floor, or
they may be arranged with pieces
of board so tiiat they will answer an ex
cellent purpose. A cottage does not
look habitable unless it has something
at Mie windows. Curtains of cheese
cloth are certainly inexpensive, but it is
not necessarv that all tho window be
neatly curtained. Lambrequins may be
improvised from old muslin dresses, or
slips of laee, or of cretonne. These may
lie made straight across the bottom and
be trimmed or cut in poinU or scallops.
The table in the sitting-room, which
may bo of an unpainted pine board,
ought to have a spread. Make this of
scarlet Turkish toweling.or of drab; cut
the edge in scallops and bind with braid;
or you Jnav possibly find a remnant at
the store of" some pretty scarlet worsted
goods of bright color, but inexpensive
material. Then a few books should bo
taken, more to bo looked at than to bo
read, though one might be pardoned
even in the mountains for dipping into
such Viook.s ftsUy;,V.U's "Table Talk" or
'Essays of Ella." Ity all means ioil.m
Thoreau'ii example and throw away
anything that demand dusting that is,
much dusting. The less euro 0110 can
nave the better, and I've mat
liven uro prolonged as well as sweetened
bv these summer outings. -Vein l'urk
Beware of the Boomerang,
Beware of a weak woman, says
Freund's Daily. Ilowaro how you bo
friend her. lb-ware, how von talk to
her. Bowaro of intrusting her with tho
most trivial secret, Such a woman Is a
walking social oxploslvo when tibroad.
Shu can scarcely open her mouth with
out damaging somebody. She dnos so
unwittingly and without intent, mid for
this is all the more dangerous, She
will "give you away" without herself
knowing it. She in a boomerang. Loose
hor, and shoknoeksover her best friends.
Beware how your sympathy Is attracted
by hor helplessness. It is the helpless,
pretty, learning, clinging woman that
gets most men hi to trouble. Sho Is un
safe, because she lacks entirely the high
est sense of honor and personal respon
sibility. That Is uot hor fault. These
qualities aro lacking entirely In her
composition. Befriend her by taking on
yourself any responsibility, and the next
uour some Insinuating tongue can prove
to her that your motivo is bad. Sho
hasn't sense enough to realize who her
frlonds aro. Stand here alone, and she
will go down, down, further much
further than hundreds of her box, who,
though ostracised, have sufficient force
of character to maintain a relative stand
ing in their own world. Bowaro of
such a boomerang. Sho hits hatdust
and goes back on Tier best friends.
W. K. Li iibui, nrer editor nl i'ii IIiti.i.stim
and ileum boat passenger ai(ent. Ordera lor all
klndaofitearahoat Job pritulLg toilelled. Ofllco
at Bower's Uirouean Uolul. No. 71 Oblo levee.
STAGES OF TIIK HIVKU.
The river marked by the gauge ut this
port ht evening at 6 o'clock 27 feet 11 in
ches and rising.
Chattanooga, July 21. River 2 feet 4
inches and falling.
St. Louis, July 21. River 22 feet 4 in
ches and tailing.
Cincitin ti, July 21 Hivcr 13 fictO in
ches and rising.
Louisville, July 21. River 7 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 21. River 0 feet 0 iu
Pittsburg, July 21. River 8 feet 7 in
dies and falling.
The Buckeye State from Pittsburg is due
this morning for BMouis.
The Golden Crown from New Orlems is
three days out and will report here Wednes
day for Cincinnati.
Mr. John W. Euders, the indefatigable
irrepressible high-headed wharf master of
Paduc&h, Ky., is in the city on business of
vital importance. John is a good one and
in Dunn's Commercial report for 183 is
quoted "Oilt Edge."
Capt. Ed Murray, who is superintending
tho repairs on the Greenville wharf boat,
which is now on the Wyg at Mound City,
called to see u yesterday. He was looking
well and says his prospects for business
this season is good.
The Ste. Genevieve left here for St. Louis
at (J p. m. yesterday. She had fair engage
ments ahead of her on her way up.
The Arkansas City from Gicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis last right.
The Belle Memphis from S. Lf.uiaiu due
thin uveDiug. She goes to Vickoburg.
The Cohb. Millar from Cincinnati is due
this morning for Memphis. Forparticultrs
see W. F. Lambdin, Agent.
The W. P. Halliday from St. Louia is
due to-morrow morning for New Orleans.
The Andy B.um from Memphis will re
port here this morning for Cincinnati. W.
F. Lambdin, Pusseuger Agent, will furnish
tickets at low rates.
Tho Paris C. Brown from Cincinnati will
arrive here to morrow on her way to New
Tho Hudson from Paducah passed up
fur St. Louis last night looking like a new
The Editor's Visitor.
He entered the country editor's den
with the air of a man of leisure, and de
sired to see the proprietor. That indiv
idual looked up from tho leader upon
which ho was engaged and remarked
that he was very busy, but could talk
for a few minutes.
"Well," began the visitor rather dry
ly, "I just thought I'd drop in on busi
ness. You may not be aware of the
fact that I have" for sale the very best
bracoj to lie found anywhere. "They
have shoulder-pieces attached, and are
pronounced perfect by eminent profes
sors of physical culture. They are called
tho 'Arizona,' and don't shed their
color in the hottest weather."
"I am reallv very busy," responded
the editor testily, "and don't "
"And then," broke in the man, I have
a fine assortment of neckwear and cuffs.
It would do you good to see theni. My
cuff's are all made on an improved pat
tern, originated bv myself, and they aro
cheap, too; only threepence a pair."
T can't remarked tho editor,
in an ecstasy of despair, when tho man
of business again interrupted him by re
marking: "And you should just lay vour eyes
on my toilet soaps, in all their pristine
sumptuousness. I have bear grease
soap, and turtle oil, and also a beaiiti
lier made of tho tissues of nightingales,
Tho latter is a great favorite with the
ladies. On each cake is inscribed tlm
This makes the ninlilen'a skin irrnw while,
And till her bosom chitstowlth hope;
' . When uhikJ hi inorninir unit at niirlit
T.'jtro I tintlilnir like Jones' lliilliul Bonp.
'Twill lnlU,,v ''Very dnttnol ruiiko
For ori'leV1'101'" I"11 I"'1'
Then I have shaving-soap of a high
order, ilavo you ever heard of my
snap dragon almying-soap?"
Tho editor, entirely out of patience,
jelled at the top of his voice:
"I don't want any brushes, hair
Srease, braces, cull's, Huxley on thecray
sh, razors, fish-hooks, pins, Shelleys's
poems, velocipedes, prunitig-sliears, or
anything else. I am busy, and have
no timu to throw away on canvassers!"
"1 am no canvasser," responded the
other, turning red In ihn face.
"You are not P"
"No, I ain not."
"Then," continued (he editor, with a
dumbfounded ail, "why do vou coino In
hero eulogising your warcs?
"To give you an Idea, find get your
views on advertising."
"Do you want to advertiser"' luipiirei)
the editor, his eyes glistening like dew
glints in the morning sun.
"I do sir."
Then the editor took Ids order, (old
hint ho hud lots of time, showed him
through the press-room, took hlin out
to luncheon, and Invited him to call nl
UU house ii ml be I nl rod need to tho fam
ily; after which they parted itssnnll
mentally us an engaged couplo when
oho Is going abroad to spemt the sum
mer. Wokk Given Out. On receipt of vour
sddreni we will make an offer by which
you can earn 3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson it Co., 10.1 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
CHEAP KXCUItHION KATES EVERY DAY DUB
INO TUB SUMMER TO SANTA FE, NEW
Suuta Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
iu the United Stntes. It has reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years
its terlio-millenial period. I ho Tertio-MH-letinial
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
there 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 tue
country at large. It is intended to com-
meuiorato the three hundred and thirty-
third anniversary nf tho Spanish settlement
of tho place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the celebration, will be an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
ami general industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, agri
culture orstock-raisiugwill have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
as the low tare will be a great inducement
to make the trip. The development of the
mints of this vast reirion has but begun,
yet in the past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
iu any other State oi Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastness of its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be seen samples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready niatket, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and tbe cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot bo surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
Krounds for countless herds. As the cele
bration at Santa Fe will be the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Tertio-Millenial
will embrace many features the most covel
and romantic. For instance, three days
the lstb, 18th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent the period
which has transpired since the settlement
ot the city, each day to represent a century
of history and progress. The three civili
zations will also be represented that
which exit-ted at the time of tho coming of
the conquerors, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1846. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditions into New Mexico
aDd tbe surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole com
biuingto make one of the most novel and
in'eresting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, be
various Indian games, races and dances by
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants ot the Territory; ambuscades and
sham fights by tho Zunis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar ritisand ceremonies, one
of which will be a primitive dance recre
Setiting the gods and heroes of their folk
lore mythology; native Mexican games,
dauces and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dsnics by the Jlescalero and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros in throwing the lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
. . .i
uimes ui turee centuries ago;
ttie san Domingo and handia leasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
w hich would lake much space and time to
KOUND Titip 40.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
(40, while the tare from all eastern uoiuts
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
tarings are among the most celebrated in
the world, aud a cool and comlortable re-
sort for the hot season. There is every in
ducement to go to New Mexico this sum
mer aud it will bo taken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to 6tudy, under the best possible con
ditions, the resources of the Territory and
investments, and also to enjoy for tho time
tho most quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It isn opportunity to see the
Southwest the- coming country which
ought not to bo lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
t quailed advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise, theso
low rate tickets over tho Atchison, Topeka
& Suuta Fe road aro now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31st. 027-15d
Joseph R. Hawley, Chicago, III., says:
''Brown's Iron Bitters cured nte of dyspep
Ha from which 1 had suffered for eight
"Menu siina in corpore sauo:" "A sound
mind in a Bound body" is the trade murk of
Allen's Brain Food, and we assure our read
ers that, if dissatisfied with cither weak
ness of Brain or Bodily powers, Una remedy
will permanently strengthen both. (1 At
Tho grape crop of A. Speer's vineyards in
New Jtrsey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in Now
Jersey havti so increased each year that ho
has been enabled to keep a stuck live or six
.years ahead. Nono of his Port is sold loss
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among tho best physiciaus in New
York, and is largely used lor communion
purposes and for weak and aged persons.
For bhIo by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
Since boyhood I have been troubled with
Catarrh and Hay Fever, and havo been un
able to obtain permanent relief until I used
Ely's Cream Balm. It has cured me. E. L.
Clickoner, New Brunswick, N. J. Price 60
SUNDAY MORNING, JULY
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv JLine Running
9 DAILY THAIN8
Making Dikect Connection
I'RiiNi Liavi Cairo:
rrivlii(5 to St.Louli :45a.m.; Chlcaro,B:80p.m.
Cocueckiog at Odin and Effingham (or Cincin
nati, Lounvilie, Iiidlahttpoln aud points East,
11 : i a.m. Bt. Ijouiu and. "Vatrn
ArrlvlDKin Ht. I,ouis7:05p. m., and connecting
for all points Wen.
Ii;fjO p.m. Kant Kipreia.
Fr8t. Loult an.1 Chicago, arriving at 8t. Louis
10:10 p.m., and Chicago Titfo a.m.
:i:CO p.m. Cincinnati Kxproas.
arriving at Cincinnati T:() a.m.; Louisville H:!i3
a m.; lndlanapolt 4:05 a.m. PaaitenKera by
lliln train reacli the above polnta IU to 3o
Uul'Kb in advance ot au other route.
IflThe 3 :5 P. m. exurena haa PHI. I. MAM
SLEEPING CAK Cairo to Clnclrnatl. without
changes, and through aleepera to 8t. Lnla and
Fast Time East.
Pa eftpncrpi'tf hJ thi' 1,,ie kowed to Kat.
1 amciliivl.T irn tminta without inv deUir
caused bv Boudav intervening. The Saturday after-
oood irain rrooi i,airo amvea in new Turk .Monday
norniui; ai ju;.w. i Liny m oonrsiu auvanceof
a'-iyKorthroiieh tickets and further information.
apply at Ulinoii Central Knilroad Depot, Cairo.
I- li. JOS.KS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. UANSON. Oen. Pat. Agent. Clilrago
Swift' Specific has been tbe meant of bringing
health and hBpplnets lo thousands wbo were
pronounced iucurible of Wood and Skin Illnesses.
HEAR THE WITNESSES!
Saved from a Horrible Death.
Vpnn to May lat I had epent at I' ast five hun
dred dollar for treatui. nl by many of the heat
medical men, wHlinnt anv benefit. I euff-ri d ex
cruciatingly, aud all uiv beat friend advUd me
tnat tn icy nann or deutn was rant anur-acbltiif
lrtnglital 8. 8 S. like a drowning man at a
ttraw. fler tamng two hoitle 1 could feel a
Cbarre Tor the belter. The sore biyan to dia
cha-ge frlv and tbe hheumatietn to abate M'lien
1 bad 'alien tlx bottle every pore bad u ale.l and
niy kln begin to annuoe a natural apt-e ran.e I
pemieted nntil I had taki-n twelve bottle, lar'o
lit. and THKKK IS NOT A SYMPTOM OK THE
DlsKASB KKMAININO, and I fell a- well a I
ever d d. I have gained twentv-oue pontic! in
fleu. and my friend wouder t my imp oved con
dition. I have recommended it to many, i nd in
ever tntance with comp'ete uccch. I believe
that S. . ti. ha inved me from a t orrlbledentb.
b'. II. SMILEY, 0.l;ncy. III.
I am tare thxt Swift's SpecUc taved my life. I
wat terribly poisoned with Ma'aria, and wtt g ven
nptodle. bwtft't Specific relieved me promptly
aud entirely. I think it la the greateat remedy of
the age. C O. SP Ni'KH.
Sup . Gaa Worki, Home, Oa.
Write for copy of tue little hook Iree.
( 1 AAA REWARD will be paid to any Chi mlt
jJl.V-" who will find, on analyst of i0 bottles
8 S. S , one particle of mercury, Iodide potatrlum
or any mineral substance.
TDK SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ,
1 Drawer 3, Atlanta. Oa.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkkr's Port GKArp. Wink J
FOUU YEARS OLD. .
tIMlIS CKLKIIItATKD NATIVE WINE I ma. In
A from Ihe Julco of the Oporto Urape, raited In
till country. It Invaltiahlu tonic and atrenetle
enlnit propertie are uniirpaed bv anv olher
Natlv Wine. Being the pure Juice of the drape,
produced under Mr. Speer' own perotml sttpurvl
tinn, It purity and genulm nut, aro guaranteed
Till votiuett child mil y partake of Its g.'nerou
qualttie, and Ihe weakest Invalid nt II lo ailvioi
tngn. It la particularly beneficial to ihe tf'Ml and
rii'hllltnleU, and tutted lo the varum allmeiitt that
affect tho weaker ex. It t Iu every respect ,
WINK TO UK KELt El) ON.
Sneer's P. J. SheiTV.
Tho P. J. HI1KKKV I a wlno or Superior Clmt
arierand uartakeaoftliH rtcti qualities of ihe krape
from which It I made For Purity, incline. 't, Kla
vni and Medicinal Properties, it will he futni'l 'in
Sneer's P. ,T. Brand v.
Thin BltANDY stand unrivaled In thl ounlrv
Mug far superior for medicinal purposes. It It a
pure distillation Iroiu the grape, and conialns Mil
liable medicinal propnrllo. It ha a delicate fla
vor, similar to that of the crape, front which II t
distilled, and it In great favor among firsi-elatt
fsmllles. He that the signature of ALI'ItKI)
HI'KKK, Passaic, IS , J Is over the cork of each
Bold Bv PAUL SC1IU1 1
AND BY DRDQOIHTS KVBRYWH R K .
kkw ,,o ,pu to the m'lSZm
and almost Instantly RELIIVI PAIN! It will not Tfloil Clotb?'
nor discolor the Skirt, or leave dlaareeal.Te eff u JSffili
Ji fpSrt s r"
!or Throat, Paint in the;
mid Is eotial V lli-;uiiim fur nil
reqinriti(t ft powcnui ainutive
Asic your DniL'inst lor it. iTlce W
Prepared only hy JACOB S.
wnoioanlw onigrglt, gT.
renu"aOonl7v,,Hi.?Ul,.'.4,'.l.,ll,"l.l!n imMr w,n0 " 1ofIantly utilising Dr. J. A. Sherman's llfe-Iooc
o' h H,w i, .ynJ T .n.T. ?f tl1," 1!ke,1L,T' "f Il1Ptloni,sn(l geserally cr.untor felting tbe character
uL I "B"uk- sn rtpnbllthlng the same In pnmtihlut form and sending it out as Dr. P. T. Smytbe's
I n iil MPre"u?i ""ft ,hu ,lken71'.,; ,ol' cs. heha. -urel. I hit mau Kmythe Is located In St
'f hank Mil? .r"0,r ' Vl"n2a ,nl'll',"- W"h mnd del.ber.iioe of . conivterfelter
in nana Mils and co n. t ie man Kmvi h h i,ii in o,u ..i.w
punlihment.PIr0nt tht"ePlit,lre n'ud' ,nd ra,,B "tatements of curehoping to escape detection and
Dr. J. A. bMKRMAN'jl book. iih trnihful photographic tlkenesse of patient and reliable itatsv
ment from eminent gentlemen. 1 mailed for 10c. Oltlce i 1 Broadway, New York re,"Dle
IS ISOW OPEN FOR TIIK SEASON.
TERMS: .88.00 per
Never-failing Sprinjrs of coolest water charireil with liealinff ami
cunitive pioii'ities that have stoo.I (he test of more than sixty
, yews' continual use by the health-seekers or those in search of rest
and recreation, ami tho, residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will hnild up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled us a tonic, ami is considered a sure cure for Chills, Airue.
Etc., by the pe p:e of the neijhborhoMl.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
Hows from the recks In astexdy stream, cold as ke water, ami hun
dreds drinking all day from its basin fail to lower ihe water line.
'I liis Sprinsr is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, "THE SULPHUli SPRING"
is a new one opened for the first time this season, ami its waters bid
tair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
Thftfc Sprinn-s are surrounded by prand mountain scenery The
air is always pure and cool. No hot uhrlus mid no mosquitoes.
Write tor Circular.
Post office.: ) T Tl t Tit rnT
10 SETS REEDS.
Er Price only $125
fxLyS, RmIIjwotiIi S4SOtfnm-
pil with Ollttt, n-Akprl'
i-iuiotu print. s)ng
urxans ior only
t$St. 8WUI brui
on Othana and Plaooforua.
ati.l for irllNunntrpr1-f 4
frni 1pfinmnt nflr4
. VISITORS WELCOME
tippiiBfti, iMtl)r jroo buy
nr nt jrmi i wtlcomo
w to Tlslt tlitWfMt
OitKCt Works la BilaleBMs
hiiipDiuc nu tiy 10 mm'
til. A ildrffll or rail OpflO
DANIEL U,i(, WiSHIHCTOH, NEW JERSEY.
of Standard Hooks, many of them the best edition
published. Your choice shiiI for examination be
foro payment, on reatonuble evldetieo of i-ond
laith, the hook to bo roiur.ied at my expense If
ut satisfactory. Special bargains thl month
New publication every week. Prices lower thau
ev.ir before know n, runglt'g from Two Cents for
Tennjeon's "Et oi h Arden, ' unabridged Large
Type, lo $15 for the largest and beat American
Cvclop. dla. Not sold hy dealers prices t"o low.
Circulars free. .Mention thla paper.
JOHN B. ALDKN, Publisher, 18 Vesey 8t.,N. Y.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tbn llowHrd (inlviinlc Hblnl
and oiirnthttr r.lectmOni
vnnli'iind Mnkiwtlo Al'pll.
uni-a and OnriiiHDts art, a
) sure rurn fur NHrronsDftbU-
II y, l'aralala, liliumallam
ef Vital Kneray. ClvMrwiirk
l limln, Weak Jiak, Kid
ney, l iver, anil Ktnmavn
eiiiitiliiltita, and aramlspi-
sd to tlTIIKH Hr.X. TlwH
very luteal lm.
rrornU, and an
from baltaaod all
ethers, aa thnf
nelds, caaalng do
snrea, nor Irrlta
ran be Wurn al
sreik as well aa
rest enljr notlc
aide lo wesrsr.
pnl atHuas of all
la of iHinallt. Tlmas far MEN ONLT nl lines rosea
tlm sssl of dlimM, aa tliey set lllltiet Ill-en Narvmis,
Nliisi-ular, and OenMriitlvs (Vntera. siawdthr rnstorlaii
the vltiilily whir Ii l Klwlrlill) iln.ined rmmtbsayt
tein hvsiceaa nr lniliai-r.it lena, tliy thus In a natural
war iivarnnma th wMikmiaa wltliimt druutflna ths atom
Hh. Tlisy will i-urn ewiry eiiae aliuii nl atiueiural rU
RunerHtlnn, and w are iniiirnd to furnish ths must
sineballu etui iitMiilnln tirunf to siiiieit our claims,
llliiatrntcd Pnmiihtdl Frnc.tir sent aeided fnr He rost sire
ConiulUtlCD I AMEPIOAN OALVANIO CO,
frit Invite! 3 1 8 N. 0th St., St. Louie. M".
Any Housekeeper in ths land can repair the Cook
Stove put in new Fire Hark, new Orate nd new
LIulDgt-by using aOZXZlNOK'0
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Bold by tit ITardware end Btmre Dealer. '
Psnin rnn Cinrmt.AHs. Manufactured only bjr
Scbenck'e AdJuatabU Ft re Dark Co
mm u u
I 1. Hi.. ,T" .iT f 1
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rr FIRE OACIC W
. : ju . i
1 pnsytu-auou OOHi-
losed mostly of Esaentlal Oils
rhn TTtrva ruiMAaAtl i i-i
m ..v nio, lTOltJt,l IjlIliniAnl
B?ck' .ramP- Tooth-Ache.
Limbs oriuany furt oi the System
n:iln In tht. j -r, ' ,
stimulant. Hoe Merroil't Almanae
cU per bottle
week; 2.(10 per day.
) . -Ci. JjJljiUjjlN ,
By iiddre.sinR (J ECO. P. HOWELL & CO., 10
Spruce St., Tew York, can learn the exact cost of
any impost d line of, adverllelug In American
New spapers. tVinn paRO Pamphlet 10 cei fa.
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting on Leveu
Secoud aud Katlroad Streets,
and ,ie Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
i.uuis ann racuic; iron .Mountain ann Moutbern:
Mi.kll.. J..1... a u. f ..
u..i.,iu mm vim,, . niru uu L.iiuia naiiwaysj
are all Just aonm tho street; while the Steamboat
un..-.i.K in uui uiin Biuaru ui.iiuv,
Thl Hotel is heated by steam, ha (team
I limil,. II. . 1 1 m E-1....I... il..M.. , t.ll H..II.
.h.k.u.j, ii.iuinin'1, ni.,n,vi aicvbrii: VOII IMJIIB,
Automatic Klro-Alarm. Ilath. absolutely pure air,
purlect sewerage and complete appointment.
Snperb furninhlUK; perfect service; and an an
l4. I. PAIIKKII&CO.. I-sipsmi
617 St. aarles Street, ST. LOUIS, Ma
A re(rultr Otn.lunie of twe medical
Colleges, has been lonuer emairi d III the treat
ment of I lironitt, N't.rvoiia, b-liin atiul
lllooil Olsi-SHea thuii any other physician In
St. Louis, as city pnper-i skew and all old real
dents know. Cenaullntlon .1 otllcenr at mall,
Iree and Invited, a friendly talk or his opinion
cost iiulliliiH. When II Isliicnnveiiluiittovlsll
ihe city .or treatment, iiieillelnei rsn be tent
hy mallnr expre-ts everywhere. Curalile cae
Kiiarauteed! where doubt exists it is frankly
stated. Call or Write.
NtYvom Prostration, Debility, ManUl sad
Phyaical Weultue, Mercurial and other
sfroetlonsof Throat, Skin and Pones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affc
tlona, Old Sores srd Ulocri, Iapedimenti to
Marring, jieumittltni, Piloa. SpeelaJ
attention to omes from over-worked brain.
SURQICAXi CASES roeelve special sttention.
pisetges arintng (Votn Iirprndenccs, Excesses.
Indulgences or Expnsurei.
tt la self-evident Unit a i'hvlclan paving
particular atleiilliut In a elsa ilesea attains
ureal skill, and flivslelsn In reaular practice
alt over the country kimwltix tills, n-i-duently
reeomnieiiil eai-sto the oldest r.Mlce III America,
wliew everv known appliance Is resorted to.
and the provml aowl riiilla of all
aitea and countries are uwd. A whole house I
used fVirotllee puriHtaes, and all srelresled with
skill In a reHetliil manner; and. kuowluK
what to dn. tiiteierlnn-nta sieinsilt. tin ac
count of the (tret! iium's'r applying, th"
chai Kis are kept low. often lower than Is
demand. -d bv olliers If vu seenr the skPI
and etaawdv and perfect llff cure, llisll
tbe Imporlaiit 'lustier. I'smphli I, M pages,
sent to any address free.
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at TsrfTwrii -
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eeiila In fH"lsife in- eiirreney. Over llfly won
iierflil pen pictures, true lo Ilfl-, arlleU'-on tU
.ollimlnu tiilieels. VI krunay marrv, wlie not
wh'r I rMr aire tomeirv. Who lasrry first,
Uiihewl, w oinauhiwid. YhVlral deesr. W ho , . ,
alinuld niari'v. How life and hsppliKM may be 9
lueresaed. Tlimii niarrled nr eontsmnlallnf
marrvliiii should read II. It oiitihl lolie read
fy all adult iraous, then kept uuiicr lock and
sy. Popular edition, ssine a alns, hut psef
enver and lug piiatnv, at cvuu by mall, in auuf
tr pot tan e.