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Bwl(V Specific ban been the means of bringing
health and bupptni to thousands who were
pronounced Incurablo of Iflood and Hkln Diseases,
HEAR THE WITNESSES!
ftovfd from a Horrible Diath.
Vpnrj to May laal I had eiieiil at l nt flvo hun
dred dollum lor treatmni by imiiiy of the beat
medical mn, without anv bcticllt. I etinVrc.d ux
cruclatlti(ly, and all my beet friend advised me
that iho Icy baud of (li'Bili was laat appn aching.
I caught at ri, H 8. Ilkn a drowning man at a
traw. ftur tn " I n ir twn bottles I could feel a
chao ire for ib i belter. The eon .a h. gun to dis
charge freely and the frbiMimalWm t ahato. Winn
I hailiakcn aix bottle every win; bad h aled and
my akin b'.-g.n to assume a natural appn irance, I
persisted until I hail taken twelve luiltles. laru't)
slue, and Til K UK IS SOT A H VMI'ToM UK Til B
DISKAHK llh.MAIN ISU, and I fell a' well ua I
ever did. I have ginned iwi-utr-ous ponnda in
fleah, and Uiy frlende wonder at my Imp oved con
dition. I have rucoumendi d It to many, mi't in
very Instance with complete eucccss. I believe,
that S. . 8. ha eiivcd me from a horrible death .
f. 11. SMU.IST, qi.iicy. III.
I am a ii re thai Kwift'e Sperilc aaved my lllu. I
wan terribly poisoned with Mit'aha, and u ven
. J I .. .lt ill. ...!. ... n,.. Ii.i.i.i 1.1 lu
up mi tin:, nwni . cji' i.iin, ioiivith ... ihhi.iij
and entirely. I think It la the greatest remedy of
- ii ii h. II V.'lu
.Sup . Una Work, Home, Ua
Wrltu foracopyof the little book-free.
Q 1 UK WARD wi',1 be paid in anv (In tnlat
JHJ'V win) will find, on malysis of 10 bottlea
8 t. S , one partirlc of mercury, iodide potassium
or any mineral inhalant-.
TPS hWIPT Hi'ECIFK.' CO .
1 tlrawur :i, Atlanta, lis.
Whose Complexion betrays
some linniiliatin? Imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells you
that you are Tanned, Sallow '
and disfigured in counte
nance, or have Eruptions,
Kcdness, Koushness or un
wholesome tints of Complex
ion j we say use Hasan's Mag
It is a delicate, harmless
and delightful article, pro
ducing the most natural and
entrancing tints, tlie artifici
ality of which no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent if the
Magnolia Balm is judiciously
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spker's Port Gpape We !
four years old.
nPIIlS CKLKBUATKD NATIVE WINE la mada
i- from the juice of the Oporto Grape, ralaed In
IDia country, ua invaiuanie iuuic ami nin ucm
eniDK urouurtloa are unanrpaad bv any other
Katlve Wlno. lbdnif the pure Jtdco of tte (irapn,
produced under Mr. Stieer'a own puraonnl anpcrvl
aion, Ui purity and genuliK neia, are Kiiarantecrl
Thi vonueat child nn y partakn of It "'""'"
qualltiea, and the weBkot Invalid uan It toailvan-tax-
It la particularly benetlclal to the aceil and
dehllltated, aud finted to the yarioua allmeutu Ihnt
affect the weaker net. It l In every reaped A
WINE TO HK KKI.IKU ON.
Sneers r. .1. Mie
Thn P. .T. KflKKKV la a wluo of Suiierlnr Chnr
acterand partake of therlchqiialitieanf tho icrnpo
from whicti It la made For I'urlty, Klchneaa, Kla
vot and Medicinal Properties. It will be found uii
Speci'H P. J. Brandy.
Thli BKANDV atanda unrivaled In Ihla Country
belnn far anperlor for medicinal purnna'ea, It la a
piwedlatlllalloti from tb uraue, and contain vab
uable medicinal proprrtlea. It haa a delicate !!
vor, almilartothatof lhe crapea, from which It la
dletlllod. and ta In ureal favor anions flrt-claa
famlliia. Hee that th aiitualnre of At.l'KKI)
HPKKIl, I'acale, N. J.. Iiovertho cork of each
Sold 1W IAUIj SClItJH
AND BT DItUtmiSTS KVKRYWIlkHIC.
NeuvoBone, fnow Ncrvi'-l.lfc, HtrciiKtli mid
Vlisor) Im II po.illlvn rcHloriltlvn fur tlie Lna of
Manly Vitror In Younsr, M!ddle-A(rd and
Old Men, no iniitti'V from wluil citnsi'. In Ner
vous Uobllltv, Exbauatlon, Impotenoy,
Seminal Weukmss, itinl klmlrcil iillnii'iita,
thia btindard Remurly la n certain cure, ami
to nil anrli Milli'i rra, wIhihimhI u atntcninit nf
tliolr trotiblea, K quiintlty Aiinicirnt to prov) lis
virtue will be iti'lit Free of Coht. Adilrcua,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL 06,
P. O. Boa 8494. ?.L.!r0JJi!
Monticello Jiiidies' Seniiiiary,
GODritKY, MADISON COl'NTY, U.h.
Opcna ReptiMiiher SO. Flrat cb; achool, Ono of
tho oldeat In the we.t. Location healthy ami de-
i& iM &tp '&&jJk "
FENlSYLVlNIA MILITARY AWD'MY
tnKhTKK. UJd year opena Hepteinhor JSIh.
Bulldlnn new. Huparlor appolntinoiila Civil Kn
glueerlug. tUctnlcal, ColloKlatn, BnaU"h Co traea.
Circular! of P. W.Barclay, :q.. W. V. lUHblay.
Xaq , or of Col . TUKO. UYATT, I'rei t.
The Dally Bulletin.
QUEEN3 0FTHB CAMERA.
TI10 portraits of atrtntssos havfthotiomo
rim of tho most irolilnlil(t ami 1 iicrnti vo
fuaturoNnf tomu pliotoriipherst1 buI-.
li((s,H. It id ctiriotii that thoMi) photo
Kraplit'M who wcru too liih-toinsd atil
tmlcpiMniiitit to havo anything to do with
tliu htuo have mainly go no to the wall,
whilu those who havo cuturnd to tlio
Htao liave invariably limdo fortunen.
Anion thoHu aru Saroiiv, Mora, Andcr
hoii and Dana. Tho latter has lioon
comparatively rettunily csiahlishptl, and
lie hiw ilono well hy sUfje portraitures.
Sarotty is, however, tho most eminent
and the best known man in his line in
New York. To tho merely mechanical
part of photography lie unites a high
artistic ideal, and his work in water
color, oil and charcoal is of a high de
gree. The average man has little idea to
what an enormous extent tho photo
graph business is carried. For Homo
years American photographs have been
ahead of any others. This is due in
great part to tho fineness of our at
mosphere, and it is why foreign actres
ncs who eome here usually aifopt their
photographs taken here in preference
to all others.
Years ago, when Gurney and Freder
icks wero the crack photographers of
New York, ladies and gentlemen of the
stage used to pay for their photographs
at what is known as "professional
rates." Hut that is all changed now.
In some unusual cases th photographer
pays in place of being paid, and in spite
of still' prices at times, ho often makes
large sums of money by this class of
When Patti arrived here two seasons
ago there was an excited competition
among the principal photographers to
pet her to sit. Sarony made the largest
bill ,5.000 for two sittings of an hour
each. He paid the money down to her
airent, M. Franchi, and I'atti sat, being
taken in some twenty or twenty-five
positions. Of all the negatives taken
only one suited the prima donna. Sa
rony desired to use several of thnotheri
which he considered good, but she was
obdurate. "The fact is," said Sarony,
"that I'atti is no longer as young as she
was, but she wants to look as well in
her pictures. In painting or engravings
it is quite possible to make ideal pic
tures, but photographers will reproduce
life as it is." The result was, at any
rate, that I'atti strictly confined him to
the one negative. It is tho side face
with the black bonnet, now quite fa
miliar in programmes aud engravings,
lie endeavored to get her to sit again,
but she always alleged previous engage
ments and the single photograph 1 have
named cost Sarony the This
speculation did not pay him, and tho
most remarkable part of it was tlie de
maud was greater fur Nicolini's photo
graphs than for I'atti's and it is the
most dillicult thing in tho world to get
the tenor to sit. He prefers to rest on
his pictures of twenty years ago and ap
pear forever young.
The photographers must take the
good with the bad, like any other trades
man. Sarony also over-bid the rest of
bis coufivres'for tho Langtty. She na
turally wa a great prize. Everybody
was anxious to see a faithful portrait
of this much-talked-iif lady. The price
paid her was $.',kh), and she was taken
in some twenty positions, till of which
suited her. She made, no objection to
any of them. Thousands upon thous
ands were turned out of the work-rooms
of the lucky photographer, ami it is not
too much to say thai the sale represent
ed the net prolit of 10,000 over and
above all expenses. They are still sell
ing rapidly, and have probably found
a place in hundreds of private collec
tions. There is one woman, who, for a time
at least outsold even I.angtry an in-hignilieant-looking
woman enough, with
no talent to speak of and a marvelous
apitude of lonkitig widl picttitvd in any
position. This was Hie great photo
graph act res-;, Maude llranseoinbo.
Hundreds of thousands have seen her
photographs who barely heard of her
and never witnessed her acting. It is
estimated that the enormous number ot
;)0,'HM) of her pictures have been sold
in lhe pant six years. While photo
graphers everywhere were making for
tunes out of her singularly attractive
photographic beauty, she was.it is said,
poor, and at times next door to actual
want. Then tho idea struck her hus
band, Mr. Kverard Stuart, to turn her
)opularity to account, and since then
te has received n reru!ar rovaltv on the
sale of her pictures. She is now in Eng
land, and has been for some time, but
her portraits continue to sell about us
well as ever.
Mrs. Alice Punning Itugard is a
handsome woman whose photograph al
ways commanded a ready sale. Her
photographic favors seem to have been
itonlined to Kan Francisco principally.
She poses very beautifully and the cam
era Hatters her. There are some la
dies tif the stage, on the other hand who,
though good-looking, never appeal' to
ho done justice to in their photographs.
Of all tho pictures the willowy Sara
Jewclthas liad taken and she is fond
of photograph galleries only one ever
did her justice. It was a side face nnd
makes her look womanly and iutelleo
tual a rare combination. Miss t'ogli
lau is taUtt no longer, but she used to
bo the favorite of the pholograplier. -
Mrs. Agnes Itooth thinks a fair woman
docs not make a very good picture,
while Miss Ktnil Leslie, a recent neqtii.
sition to the Madison Square Theatre,
takes very well. Miss Alfa Norman
tv very handsome woman does not
run to photography much, hut those
she hail taken by Sarony aro very
It is a part of some managers' con
tracts that they shall have a photo
graphic, tuonopolv of the people in their
company. This is done to secure uni
formity and make the photographic ad
vertisements of a play more ctVectlve.
Hut, as a rule, actresses go where they
ploaso to bo pictured.
Among men of recent years W, T.
Carleton, tho baritone, has outsold all
other males of the profession, lie Is a
handsome fellow anyway, nnd that ho
Is a genius at mako-up and wurdrobo,
nothing luoro cfl'cetive can be seen In
photography than his picture lu Claude
IhivaL llarrctl dues not sell well.
booth is poor. MoCullough surpasses
both together. Of course, II. J. Mon
0 A IftO BULLETIN
tague, when lie was alive, outsold ev
erybody, even the women, and it Is fair
to suppose that women were his pur
Recently there has grown up a big
trade in American photographs in Kng
land. The Anthonys export an enor
mous 11 1 1 in her, aud trty sell lietter than
the English article there. It is said
that in tlie past two years 60,000 pic
tures of Mary Anderson have been sold
in London. Now that she has go no
there to play, it is fair to supposo this
sale will furtiicr increase.
Mr. and Mrs, John W, Mackey.
Tho Hrooklyn Eagle's "Man about
Town," says in relation to tho report
that Mr. and Mrs. Mackey intended to
come to New York:
With a slight change this information
has been conveyed to tlie great North
American people annually for five or
six years. It is just beginning its rounds
for the season. The Mackey family will
not como to New York just yet, as Mrs.
Mackey is too much enraptured with
Parisian life to leave. Her position in
Paris is unique ami secure. She is al
ready a famous woman in Europo, and
the limitless wealth of her husband en
ables her to keep up her prestige. She
would as soon think of living in Vir
ginia City as in New York, when she
can keep up with tho procession in
Paris. She is also very anxious to make
a brilliant match for her daughter, Miss
Mackey, who has been old enough to
vote for at least two seasons to my per
sonal knowledge. She is not the own
daughter of John W. Mackey, by the
way. It is not generally known" that sho
is his step-daughter, but such is the fact.
When Mackey was a red-shirted miner
living from hand to mouth and pros
pecting for gold in the wilds of Califor
nia, some years ago, he had a pal who
was known as "Dr." Thompson. Mack
ey and his pal worked together for Rome
years, then they struck a small "lead,"
which developed into a modest fortune,
and Thompson scut on to tlie East and
brought out his wife and daughter. Ry
the time they had arrived in California
both Mackey and his partner had spent
all their money and were"clean broke."
So the two men went out prospecting
again. One day Thompson was injured
by a falling rock and died in the armsof
Mackey. The last thing lie did was to
11 rue his friend to take care of his wife
and child. Mackey promised to do it.
He has done it in regal style, for two
years later he married the widow of tho
"Doctor," and she is tlie present Mrs.
Mackey. She manages to melt the Ro
nan.a King's silver bricks in Paris
about as fast as he can dig them out in
the West. When Mackey comes to town
he associates with one man all tho time.
That man is E. S. Stokes, the slayer of
Colonel James Fi-k. Mackey is said to
be the backer of Stokes in all his enter
prises. - . - .. am a
How to Shorten life.
Ihr receipt la aim pie. You have only to take a
violent cold, and neglect It. Abernalhy, the grent
Knclli-h r-urtreon. nuked a lady who told him
ahe only had a cough: "What would you have!
'lhe 1.1 earlier"' Beware ot ''only concha." Tho
worn caaea can uoweror be cured by OH. WM.
HALL'S BALSAM, for the LL'XGS. In Whoop
Inn Cuuih and Croup It Immediately allaya IrrsU
tt u. and la ante to preveDt a fatal termination of
thedieaiie. ho.dbyall druggist and dealera In
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm Syrnp.
In one of tie moat plearant, or palatable pr'Pr
tloiia for worma we have ever known. It le tnor
oui'l Iv eflb acloup, and neer require" anr other
medicine to carry It 1 IT alter ming it. Children
like It, as though It were honey 1
Townaley'a Toothache A' odyne curca Inatantly,
W. F :.,KBi)is, river editor ul i'ri Bt't.i.ETiw
and trsmhoit paHaeni-er auent. Ordera for all
kltidn of steamboat Job printing aollclted. Office
at Howor a burouean Hotel. .NO. 73 Ohio levee.
fcTAOES OK TUB UIVEU,
The river marked by the guge at this
port l ist evening at (5 o'clock 2G feet 9 in
ches and falling.
Chattanooga, July 23. Kiver 1 feet (
inches and falling.
St. Louis, July 23. River 20 feet 0 in
dies and tailing.
Ciiicinuuti, July 23 River 13 feet 1 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, July 23. River-7 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 23. River 4 feet 0 in
Pittsburg, July 23. River 2 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
The Gus Fowler from Ptiducah will r
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
U. R. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
The Paris C. IJrowr from Cincinnati ar
rived lust evening. Sho had a tine trip
filled out here and departs early this morn
ing for New Orleans.
Tho W. P. H.illidity left hero for New
Oi lcans last evening with a big trip.
Cnpt.W. C. Tichenor, of the Will
Il tys, nnd Mr, Wash Floyd, first clerk,
were both in the city yesterd iy. They will
lemitin with their boat, which is at Mound
City, where she will receive alterations
suitable for the cotton trade.
(liven Fowler, a rattling wharfboat clerk
at Pinlucah, paid us a visit yesterday. Ho
was in tho city only a few hours.
The Annie P. Silver from Now Orleans
and City ol Helena from Vicksburg passed
up l ist night fur St. Louts.
The Hie. (binevievo from St. Louis isiluo
to-day ami is advertised and leave here ou
bcr return trip this evening at (J o'clock,
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati pinned
down for Memphis Sunday evening. HI10
had line trip.
Tho Andy Baum passed up for Cincinna
ti Sunday morning at 0 o'clock.
The Arkanaai City leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg,
John W. Enders, tho wharf master at
rihicah, often sojourn hero of about 60
hours, left without regret on tho Fowler
TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1S83,
ust evening, John ssvs when hn romea
again, he will Ktt what ho cttmo after, but
this trip ho failed completely.
The EIU Kimbrnu'di is due this eveninc
from New Madrid and leaves here on her
return trip to-moin.w 1 p. in.
The reliable Vmt Shinkle from Cmciuna
i duo this evening f,,r Memuhis. Sco
W. F. Lambdin, Agent, for nassn''u or
The towboat IUven p issed here Sunday
evening with a big tow ol lumber out of
Tennessee for St. Louis,
The wentlar has been intensively warm
for the patt lew days and at this writing
no indications of it moderating.
. " .-. .... ...... ,. n,,, riiiinni.il, ll,i:i Bill)
hnwela are affected, 10 adopt U10 mire rr'nedy,
lloat ttcr'e Stomach Hi'tem Mneaaca of the or
gana "anted beirnt othera far more eiiona, and a
ili.lat la (h.Ff,.va h a u ! in Ituun. ....... I
a limn Htmntrl ho l.tal If O,.. ,n.i.
m iaj tr- vu--.i.". ii.siiiiii'ii.. .'rir.n, IIVIT
complaint, chllla and fever, early rheumatic
,llli;rri, unm.-jr ncBMir.B. nrini; PITHII" noaiiy
trouoie if trifled with. Loe nottmu in unint; this
effect :ve ad cafe mcllclne.
For fale by all llrtm.'iata and I)ea!ern senerslly
Young Men, Middle
Aced Men, and all Men
who atitTur from aarly
indiacretiuna will tind
Ailen'a Brain Food !ha
moat powerful Inviarirant aver intfuducsri;
onoe rured hy it there lnorelap. Try
it; It never faila. ft; 6 for S. At rruK
RiU. or by mail from Allen a I'liannacy,
Dy matt irom Allen a i'liannacy,
Aven n e.
I I HI A . TnK,orro'mnJ
I I L ill " V" Bl atrenifth. If yoa
I I Pll Jre weakened dowa
LIS U Uirouith excessive
W aiudy, or by early india
eretiona, AlUn'a Brain Food will perma
nently restore all l"t vigor, and strengthen
all the mnsclesuf brain and Body. 1,6 for
S At UruKguta, ur by mail from Alien's
- BRAIN FOOD
I ft! I A Of the many rme.
Ill diea before the publio
I I lor tienona Debility
LLLU f-l and weakness ot Nerva
v Generative Syatem,
there la none equal to Ailen'a Brain r ood,
which promptly and permanently restores
II lost vitror: it never fails, tt iikg .aior
1.1 At DrURiriata, or by mail from Allon'a
v BRAIN FOOD
VI IIA Foraevanyeara Aliens
I I Lnl'V1 Hrm FuoJ ha. stood
III" 111 th" atroniieet teats as
LLLIl 11 to l' menu in cunnii
a7 Nervousnesa, Nervous
Debility, and restoring lost (lowers to the
weakened Generative Kvstem, and. in no
instance, haa it ever failed; test it. tI:t)for
15. At DruKaista, or by mail from Alien a
Wm "Manoaana In corpora
I I I RUV aano:" "A sound mind
I I fill In a sound body" is the
I II II 11 trade mark of Allen's
" Drain Food, and we au
rora our readers that, if dissatisrlud with
either weakness of Brain or liodily powers,
tins rerruly will permanently etrengthen
both. CI. At DruRftista, or by mail from
Nervnua Shock, St. Vi
tus Dance, frustration,
and all dlanasAS nf
Narva Generative Organs, are all perma
nently ana rauicauy curea oy Alien s tiratn
tood, oie great Botanical remedy, f 1 11 kg..
9 or ,v At uruggnu, or by mall rn
-At Druggist, or by mall from
oy,316 1st I
ava n u w, 1
Ailen'a Brain Food
etranslhflni the Brain
and positively cures
hi. ... 1 1 v. . 1 1 ,
Vnnanasa, Headache, unnatural losses, and
11 weaanewioi itensrauvw nysmmi it never
la iiffmui tirvnni 1 ivsj tiyaiviui n ne i
l pkg., 6 for (S. At Druggists, or
II from Allen's Pbarmaoy, 31& First
THsaaae, Propanslty an
tassion o r 1 11 tt a mai
I nd nuiulierless ail
t.hitm arn Nervousness.
Nervnua Debility and unnatural weakness
of Ueneralive Organs; Ailen'a drain Food
euooesafully ovnnio those troulilea and
rniwires 1 11 e aunurer lu 11 is lormer vigor. 1.
HIKKfl IN H
lev. .lit 1st Ml II I III w w W0
kvenuo, Mew York Ulty.
A B T MS
AO thaw whs from iihIIbwiIoih, sirMsss sr othsrssassaera
vasa, annarvM, l inlrltwl, nlislailr .Irslne l. and unable la
rarajrm lln.', diailra urmmrlr, oan hs orinlJ aa
asatly eartit, wlilmut stoin. h mMli lnn. KhI,wm ji
ialsMrs ana Hit prns. r VHiral N'snalf tarsi "Taj ass
aaawiraaukf Nrrvoya llrlillllr, I'kyalejil ltflffa
s vbalit suparsailM h, TIIK M A KMT N nol la." i-ai
ssst ssturan Ol oartam rsatntwiaw w ,- wj
aud. Kimpls, tainiva, slsaaly, Msasssa, aVaai
ilaa, Citntnl'ttfna with parilolaa ftsa,
TON UlUKBUf CO, MW.Mth Mk
kw ,,ho,h appl.e.1 to the .urttyT;:
itiid almost lnt,i. an itua ...... r"!"' very Bona,
1 -,- IJLL,, , ""anmatHin, pprftins, wrniaga
l i0t.totNrBUai-u?:BiMk' Cramps Tooth-Ache,.
or Throat, Pains in the Limb, or U auy fart ol the System
;iud In 1 eiiially.tflf3;,iUH for all tatliui It tbt Stomach and Bowels
mil I lllllf U t.iiura.twflll al lVllk.llu rJliWMlnl.r U.,vl HI . , 4JVTA,
itM nv i'1'iitiij iiiva ii'un nil 11
ro(Hiil1li(,' tt powerful Ulfftwlvo stlnitllallt, Hee Morrell's Almannn
.sk your uniBBisi lor it. l'rice wcu per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,,
Wholoanla Druggist. 8T.
Jm.ii "?"1?, puhllcanalnat an Impoater who la defiantly utilUInK Dr. J. A," Sherman's life-tone
i h da H.ir?u y.. 1 n,a m'E? ,h." llk,,n,,'r9" f hl Patlonta, and Kcnerally counterfeiting the characte?
00k I ok:.!n? 1 ' "h "R -"" I" pamphlet form and amdlinr It out aa Dr. -T. Hmythe'e
Inou mP ?i ln,L. ,hc llk,;n,,rt','" o "" he haa .ure'. 'lltla man tiuiyttio la located In Ht
of hank Mil. i1"00."," "'Vh-nna Inatttnte." With tfo lm and dl.bri,io of a eoanter 'alter
hireling. .. ''.V'!"' lm,Hn my,,h hi" ''ei ln 1,18 "lt"r hualnea. with hi. abameleaa
p'mlihmerit. V ' Ud M" """""-n1" of "" ""Plnn to eacape detection and
toPrri,.Jrv.UK.KM.A1,'S..,'0,'k' llh ,t,rnJ.ulful pnotopruphlc llkenesaeaof patlnnts and reliable atatt
menu from umtiicut nentlemen. la mailed for 10c. Ortlce t l Broadway, New York.
IS NOW 'OPEN FOIt TIIK SEASON.
TKRMS: $8.00 per
Ncvt-r-failinjr Sprintrs of coolpst wator cliarfjod with liPitlinp; anil
curative inopcrties that hav Htond the test nf more than sixty
years' continual use hy the health-seekers or those in search of rt
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. ), "THE IRON SPRING"
will build np the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a snre cure for Chills, Airue,
Etc., by tliepe.t p o of the neighborhood.
i0. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
Hows from the rocks ln a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking all day from its basin fail to lower lhe water line.
This Spring is a eeriain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
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 lilue I-ick.
These Springs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery The
air is always puro and cool. No hot nights and 110 mosquitoes.
W rile lor Circular.
fope Co., j 11.
10 SETS REEDS.
Price only $125
Hrtllj worth $450 Urom
fisi.il wiia oilisi inflkrs'
ralalniua prlcrs, aftnn
Organs for only
tttoU. Sclll htri.lo.
en Ornans and ritnofortas.
S.n.t fur lutilBlimm.rprtral
jmftt Inrinrrnionti frTrtS.
free co 11 luftu itfciui, tin
iciii-, wbctbtr jroa buy
r not yon ir wIcom taxf
(trf n ffvrki ! JltvaM.
fHili)itiK on verjr 10 mm
Iitf-. AdilrvM ur Mil apoo
11, W1SH1KGT0M, HEW JERSEY.
4 S S
of S'.andiird Hooka, many ol them the heat oilltlona
fmbllshi'rl. Your chutci' acnt fur oxamlnation bo
urn payunait, on rainallu tvldinct of vond
la'th, the books lo be ruiur.md at my oxpetiaolf
not "iitlsfactory. hivrlul bargnlna this month
Now piihllcationa cvrry week. I'rict'n lower than
cvur lit'lon- known, rntiiflri; fnim Two OdIh for
'IV1111; aim's "Kioi ti Anleii, ' nnubridijccl l.iirifc
Tvpr, to$.r) fur tho larui'at and boat. Amrcan
Cvclnpi ilia. Not sold by dealura prli'ra t"0 low.
Clrt'iilii'S fref . .M'inlliin this paper.
ilUMN B. ALUKN, I'uIiIIhUit.18 Veauy St.,N. Y.
AND LACK. VITAL ENERGY?
Tho Howard ( .fUvunlo Hh
vnnto and Mtinetto Aniil
Hnt'H and (.Hnimot nrH
1 rurrurffr NtTvounlJflbll
It y, PurulyMn, JtliHtiinHtiini
KitlU'ptt xhiiiuttloD, Li-m
of Vital r.nnw, (Wtrwnrk.
m1 llrntn, Wwik Hack. Kid
nnv, I,ivr, nd Ktomncti
' foinid'iiiitfi, und nroiidHpt
Oil a llflTIIKH nKX. j nM
vnry )Htnt lilt
rnvftd, nnd a
from twits aud all
othMm, us thay
1 rut cnDtluuom
Iricidn. c it u ml nil no
QmirM, nor Irrltiv
can y from al
work na vrttll m
mat only notlca
Hhln to wniirar.
ont atiiKCi of all
In oflmiiHllt. Tlhi for MEN ONLY ut nne raaoh
thn iwttt ot dlnntmH, hn thy nrt dlm t moa Nflftunn,
Miiatultir.diut (InnHnit Iva ('anttira. a'cdlly rBtartntf
thwWtnlJty which in Klpptrhdty-dniiDod tmm thairyv
tni hy nirtM or IndtftrrHtlunn, thy thua tn n OHturul
way ovarooniM tiia WMukumm without drnulng ttiw atom
110 h. Thy will cure iwry chw Hhnrt or Htnirluml de
HHnnratlna, and wh r prtiiail to furnlh tba itmiit
pmi'hittlu huiI ntMolnt" prool to anp''t our clalmd,
lllimtnilnd 1 m i 1 ti It-1 Frre.of atata0Hlid for 60 poataitt,
ContulUtloQ I ArVIEPICAN O ALVANIO CO.
fru Intitcd I 3 1 2 N. 6th St., 8t. Loyl,M
Any Houaokoepor In tho land can repair the Cook
Stove put lu new Fire Hacks, jjewOmtoa end now
Ltutuga-by oalng OOIXEHSrOIit'S
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Bold by til Ilaroware and Store Dealer.
Pkwti ror Ctnotn.Mta. Mittufctured only oy
Scbenok'ti AdJniUbU Fire Datk Co..
iuoirys y u u
l JV i1 ..... i
v mJ-j .
K)Hod Diostly of Ksaentlal (Jilg
rriin Itlnit nnnntwntlni. ti.i
UuAil LI K
1 1 la !
week; $2.00 per day.
J. E. LEMEN,
I!y uildro-alni! G20. r. UOWKLL 4, CO., 10
Spruce St., New York, can luaru the exact coat of
any propoetd Una of advcrttflng In Amer:caa
Nowapapcra. Br'liK) paRO I'smphlet lOcer.le.
.PIJU TT A r T TTi 4 A7'
xiiUJ 11 JA.U111 DA. I
A Now and fompiota llntol, frontlni: on Uiveo
Second and Hallroad Streets,
The Paaacngnr Detiot of the Chlcatio, St. Loqli
and Jew Orleane: Illluola. Central; Wabaah, Ht.
Lottta and Tacttlc; Iron Mountain and Houthern;
Mobile and liblo; Cairn and St. Lotua Han war
are all juat acroaa (h atreut: while the Stoamboai
l.aiirtii.i: la hot one eiuare dlatant.
This Motel la heated hy ateam, haa itoara
Laundry, Hydraulic Kluvntor, Klectrtc Call Delia,
Atitoinatlc Flrtj-Alarma. Hatha, absolutely pure air,
pertect "ewerat'e and completo appolutniunta.
Huiicrb foriiiablnun; perfect aorvlco; and an an
U V. I'AHKKHArt'O. TiOeaai
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A mffiilar Oi'mltint of twn medical
Ciilli'Ki'i, bus lii'i'ii luiiL'er I'liK.'iiti il In tils treal
Inent nf 'liroitio. Nervous, Hlrln anil
ltlooil Ulsvasea limn any other libyslelaii 111
Ht. I .on In, as city 'Ki,'i'n hliaw ntiil all old real,
dents know. c-ii-.nl t:il Ion t iitlleuor ka; mall,
li eesnd Invited, A fi leiidlv talk or his opinion
rusts mulling. When It l Inconvenient to visit
;liu city .ur trenliiii'nt, iiieillelnes run tweenl
by mall or expr.MS everywhere. Curalile easea
KiiuranU'cd; where duulit exlsta It Isfraukly
stilted. Cull or Write.
Nervous Troatration, Lebility, Mental and
Physical Weakne, Mureurial and other
affoctionu of Throat, Skin and Donei, Blood
Impuritiea and Blood Poiaoning, SklnAlfefl
tiona, Old Sorosjisd Ulcers., IapodimenUto
Marriage, Ehptimattftn, Piles. Bpeoial
attention to CRsas from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES rncoive spedjtteDtlon.
Diseasea arising from Imprudences, ExoeaaM,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is srlf-fvldent Unit a ftivslplan rVl'1a'
Tiartleiilar attentinn to a cUsh nfeaea attains
great skill, and pivslctniii In regular practice
all over the roiintrv kmiwlng lbl, friiienlly
reennimeiiil caetotlie nldcsl ofllce III America,
wbero every kimwu appllaurn Ii reitortcil to,
and tho prov,.,l onil i-a'iunii,i or all
ages and countries are used. A whole house l
linid for oilier punsnea, and all are Ireiited w ith
kill In a reiiicctfnl manner! and. knewlng
what lo do. no experiments are mada. "n ac
ronnt of the great uiiinncr fPP'ylt'K' ' "
charges are kept low. often lower than la
dciimnditi liy otliers 'f. 1" : . 11..1 I.
and get a speedy and pei l'ci t Iilt r ire. that la
the linpoi-litiit mailer. I'aiii hlet, M p.igeS
cut lo any addre free.
pum. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I mh,
Klegaut cloth and gilt binding. Pealed tbrW
ceiils lu pnstmre or curriiiicy. liver llfty won
iierful pen plclurei, true to lift-, articles on th
.nllowlng suldecls. Who may marry, whonotj
wtlvf Proper age tnaiairv. Who marry JtraU
ilaiilil.'iiaiatihe'l, nmloal dway. Who
ahould mari'v. How life ami happiness may be
Increased, Thnie married or coiilami'latlnt
marrying should read lu It ought loba reail
ny all adult persons, then kept under lock and
kny, 1'opillar eillllnii. same as almve, hut patief
rover and tol) patiseiiU by luaiUlu autatt