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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1883.
THE GREAT GERMAN
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IIKADAt UK, TOOTIlltJIK,
8oreneti, Cult, Bruitea,
III K.N, M ALUM,
And all other bodily achee
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
Hold hy all IiniKKiHUi and
Dinlers. Dlrcetioii In II
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(..Mn u A. VXIKLKN tco j
Inllliuurf, till,, I'.M. A,
A Scientific Hermit.
At St. John's Park. Nhw York, U a
a small brick liousu facing the soutu
wustcrn iiml of tlio imrn. It U only
distinjruislialilu from its neighbors by
reason of ati almost excessive iwitni'SH
and mallii'inatiisal ivoitioii witli which
tlm h!i:i!i!.s in tho various window are
adjuitDil. A visitor in tint niMlibniliooil
at l1) o'clock at iiijrlit woiiM sett tins
door of this lioiiic oif!i snddi'iily and a
man, apparently of 00, with a stout fig
ure and ruddy face, trip lightly ilown
the steps, ami reaching IIuTson struct,
walk rapidly northward.
This man isCapt. John Ericsson, the
invontor of the wcrcw jiropeller, tlie
monitor, tin solar engine and a host of
other famous contrivances. Though he
looks but W ho is in reality R0 yearsold,
but liuving been as uccc,.fii in timling
a solution for thy problem now to live,
as bow to overcomt) the resistance of
the sub-current, ho is enabled at what
is usually considered to be advanced
ago, to work twelve hours a day, walk
to Central I'ark and back, and" withal
preserve his mind unimpaired.
Ericsson's mode of life may be briefly
stated. Upon rising in the morning ho
rubs his skin briskly with dry towels,
following which he takes a cold bath,
In (iti rumor using crushed ice. Then
come gymnastic exercises of a vigorous
description. When his system has re
covered lis normal temperature Erics
son breakfasts upon eggs, tea, and
coarse brown bread. Then comes work
and, as may be supposed, when Erics
son works it is to some purpose.
lie resembles Edison in bis natural
inventive instinct, his thorough origin
ality and his profound iudlll'erence, if
not coutempt, for the dogmas laid down
by thoso learned gentleman who have
spent a life in the laboratory without
accomplishing anything beyond the gen
eration of new and usually useless com
pounds. But Ericsson has an advan
tage over E lison in tho fact that he re
ceived in early life a superior education.
Thus it is that instead of being compel
led, like Edison, to work out the sim
plest problem by actually handling tho
metals, acids and other ingredient he
has but to take a pencil in his hand and
perhaps a table of logarithms and the
thing is done. All his work and this,
as has already been said, occupies
twelve hours daily is performed at
either the drawing board or the writing
Singularly enough, Ericsson delights
in knocking down idols which he has
once set up. Thus, ho perfected the
steam engine and found uew uses for it,
and this being done, at once set himself
to work to find a machine that should
take its place, namely, the solarcngine,
which gathers and stows awav the heat
generated by the sun's rays. It should
be said, however, that Erieson only in
tended this to take the place of the
steam engine where fuel was costly and
water not to be had, as, for instance, in
Aain, after revolutionizing marine
warfare with his monitor, he Is now
hard at work perfecting a "Destroyer"
that shall make armored war ships as
useless as wooden ones.
Cant. Ericsson is a widower and
childless, l tie tact mat nis tatner. un
cles and brothers have been distinguish
ed in their native country for mental
ability, goes far to provo that Joint
Ericsson s gemus is noamiormaigrowin,
but tho healthy product of a rare stock
which has in him reached its best do
velopment. Xtw York Journal.
How to Foretell Weather.
Tl Piiriiinrn ('lull nf tlin Americnn
Institute has issued the following rules
for foretelling the weather. If farmers
and others w hoso business is out doors
and depends upon tho weather, will
ftudy tlioin closely, they will bo able to
irtiess the weather more nccuraUdy than
It: ... '
" lgji" TUIIIIMl.
1 Wl.un llm l.tmMiicnt lien full and
Jenly there is a storm forming south of
2. When tho temperature rises sud
denly there is a storm forming north of
8. The wind always blows from a re-
eion of fair weather towuni a region
" . . ! . 1 t.. ..
wnuru a storm is lonum.
4. Cirrus clouds always movo from a
region where a storm is in progress to a
region oi lair weainer.
("iiiinibis clouds always move from
region of fair weather to a region whore
storm is forming,
i; Where cirrus clouds are niovinir
rapidly from tho north or northeast
there will be rain iiwidu of twenty-four
hours, uo matter how cold it is.
7 WIikh elrnis clouds are niovinc
rapidly from the south or southeast
morrow, if it In) in Summer, and if it
bo in Winter there will no a snow
8. The wind always blows In a cirolo
i n uinnn. tun. wheuit bloV8froin
tho north tho heaviest ruin is oast of
you; if It blows from th south the heav.
lest rain is west of you; if it blows from
i... ...... i .1... lHivtnyl rain Is south: if It
IIIUITilfb HI" II. '
blows from the west tho heaviest rain Is
north of you.
o mm,., ,1,1ml norm- blows unless ruin
or suow is falling within 1,000 miles of
If! Wlmnnvni' hnrurv. white f t'Ost 00
curs, a storm is formlug within 1,000
tunes nortii or norm west oi you.
He DiVt Know Her Very Well.
.Some years ago Miss Rose Wood was
traveling as a star, accompanied by her
husband, Mr. Lewis Morrison, who now
stands foremost among American no
tors who aru not stars. Mr. Morrison
waa not cast in the play one night at
New Castle, Pa., and he sat in the or
chestra watching the perforliiance. Two
young men sat in front of him. One
was green, tho other knowing.
"Ain't she splendid?" said the
one, referring to Hose Wood.
"Ah, yes," said the other, carelessly.
"a uood actress; I know her intimately.
Whenever she comes hero she goes to
supper with me. She's a good sort."
I "Ills LTcatlv imnrcsscd the (Tccn one.
and his friend rose in his estimation at
once. The conversation also interested
Between tho acts, and in tho bar
room, Mr. Morrison succeeded in mak
ing the acquaintance of the two young
men, and, after a little talk, invited
them behind the stage, which they ac
When on the stag Mr. Morrison had
his wife called. "Gentlemen." be said.
"this is Miss Hose Wood, my wife."
Tho green young gentleman looked at
tlie knowing one, who turned scarlet.
Rose, continued Mr. Morrison. "I
need hardly to Introduce you to this
gentleman," pointing to the knowing
one, "tor no ban known you intimately,
and, it seems, takes vou to supper every
time you come here.,'
Hut the words were not out of his
mouth before the knowingone had made
a bolt for the door and was in the street.
Mr. Morrison learned after that his
friend had told the story everywhere,
and that he had been laughed out of the
Unfortunately there aro scores of such
young men about. In their mouths the
reputation'of no actress is safe. What
they do not know they invent. There
is a Miiall class of other men who do
know actresses, and who mako thorn
their hobby. These are the most dan
gerous of all. for they embroider con
ainore. The most omuiI acouaintance
ripens according to their dictum into
warmest love. Tuny so seldom find
themselves in the presence of a man
who knows tlie tacts that their calum
nies are believed much too often.
Most actresses know those things, ami
it is one reason why, as a rule, well
known ladiesof the stage are more choice
and more reserved in their circle of
friends than perhaps any other class of
Noonday on the Farm.
Noontime should be kept by every
farmer, and work should bo suspended
when the steam whistle of some neigh
boring factory, the hell of the village
church, or tiie housewife's horn an
nounces that it is 12 o'clock. To go to
the house, indulge in a wash at the
pump, eat a hearty dinner, and rest aft
erward, pcrhapsinjoying a smoke, re
quires an hour good, honest, sixty
minutes. Nor should this be intrenched
upon by grinding scythes, feeding hogs,
or doing other chores. "The laborer is
worthy of his hire," we aru told, and he
is also entitled to bis nooning.
The children enjoy their noontime,
and after eating the "contents of well
filled tin pails or little baskets, they
skip out upon the grass, some to roust
ing games, while the little ladies group
themselves around some favorite pas
time, their merry voices keeping good
company with the minutes as they 11 y.
There is" no care there for the morrow;
no shrinking from the ghost of the past.
Everyone is having a good time, and is
ready when the bell pleasantly tinkles
at 1 "o'clock to return to study. How
different is noontime in the city, where
the turbulent currents of business boil
and bubble. The merchants, greedy of
the prospects of gain, hurries his clerks:
"Has that order been tilled? Have
those goods been delivered? Where aro
tho bills of lading? Wero thoso notes
taken up? Are those accounts current
made up? Go to the bank awl seo if
the notes I offered were discounted.
Hurry! Hurry!" are the sounds at
noontime in the counting house. In the
bank tho discount clerk opens his led-
f;er, and a crowd of anxious applicants
isten to his announcement. "Ten thou
sand dollars to raise, and notes I offered
thrown out," says one, and off he goes
to dispose of his paper to a noto broker.
"Fifteen thousand," says another;
"well, I knew they had to do it, and
they owe mo so much that they havo to
keep mo going," and so on it runs.
This man nervously grasping his re
fused note, and anxiously debating to
himself as to how ho may best meet his
obligations for the day, the other specu
lating as to w hat may be the most prof
itable investment of Ids plethoric bank
account. Ben i'erley foore.
They know ho bad onco been the
warden of a Western State-prison, and
were asking him how ho canio to lose
his place and ho answered, with a sad
shake of the head:
"I made a great mistake."
"I stood in with tho beef contractor,
and the meat was so bad that the pris
oners raised a row. A committee hives
tijratcd, and I got the bounce."
"Where was tho mistake?" asked one
of the group, after a long silenco.
"Why, if we had stolen all tho meat
the prisoners wouldn't have had any
shanks or neck pieces to kick about."
Wall street Anil's.
Kiitcrnrisinir local aionts wanted In tliia
owu for an article that is sure to sell, live
druggists ana grocers prorerrea. Address
Hunnstou Food l'roservative Uo., 7a Kllby
Thumday Evening, July 20th, 1883
Tho weahor has changed and is much
cooler than at tho oponing of tho week. Tho
hot sun is tempered by cool breezes that
havo prevailed every day.
Business continues in an inactive and
lifeloos condition in all branches, Thero is
no accumulation of stock owing to tho cx
ceodingly light roceipts, which Is fortunate
as there is very littlo demnnd for anything
The rivers are hlllng steadily but thore
is a good stage of water to' all points.
FLOUR Stocks are not largo but there
is no demand except In a small Job or re
tail way. Price are woak and unsettled at
II AY The soull Inquiry noted i entire
ly for strictly choice. Common it not
wanted. , , , I
CORN Quiet and unchanged; only a
united demand at price that ruled at the
opening of the week.
OATS Price are unsettled and demand
small as buyers anticipate a change in their
favor when the new crop begin to move.
MEAL Moderate demand for choice at
BRAN Plenty and easy at CO cents in
BUTTER-Strictly choice northern is in
fair demand at 18 cents. Common grade
are dull at 7 to 10 cents.
EGGS There is a fair demand for fresh
receipts in cases.
ClIICKENS-Plenty and dull. The local
trade is supplied by coUDtry wagons.
FRUIT Peaches come in freely and sell
at 50 cents. Apple are overstocked and
POTATOES Plenty and no demand.
Sales ana Quotations.
NOTE. The price) bar given sre for itlei from
flrKthndiln round lot. An tdvmnee ti
charged for broken Intun flillnuorrteri.
110 bills virions grades.
50 Mli extra fancy
M bhl family
....3 60(3 00
.. S W
3om choice tmall bales..
car Kill edge
or mixed in boll,
car mixed in bulk
can in bulk....
can choice in balk
No. 2 Hnd, pfr bu
No. ii Mediteranean..
M0 hhl City li loll S K&3 TO
oW DDI! I'lty 2 (ft
Wi pound choice Northern
Mri ponnds choice Northern dairy.
Sou pounds Southern lilt, freih...
m) dozen fresh in caiea
l i 00
Sma 1 .....
.3 OfnaS 50
10 coop young chlckena
1 ) coops choice jr onng chlckena.
. 1 5fas eo
..1 7642 25
e boxe tomatoes.,
(0 lirup applea .,,
50 boxea ptacnet..
......... ... .,..
New potntoe per bash.
ew potatoes per bbl..
Her c t ....
4 0&5 00
TltTCt'H f . t ) I )4
Ualfdo w, li
I'IhIii haras 13212X
8. V.. llama in
Clear sines - r-
Han 1 one
bide ... nous
bt. Johns . ' 15
2 Imsliel burlapa
Fenches, halve and ijuarters
Apples, bright 7Kd8
Choice navy 95
Choice modi am S
Dry flint choice
(4rwtin Halt., ..,, ,..,,.(.... ...... . . ...,. . ,
Plum Green m
Hhcup Cult, dry ,
Hhcwp Pt'lt, groon ,
Common Lima li 75411
Good iugi. 4 5a B 0
wOWLnaf 4 75 a
Medium Lear 1 ml 1 tfl
Hor4l,eaf 7 508 '0
RATES OF FRCIOHT.
Hay . Flour Pork
fcwl. V bhl. bbl
is i ts B
Men .hl nilf-
. vbr!oan irZ
Helena, Ark 15M
Vicksburg M 1A2
War below Memphis, 17g
B7S i "X
so ' m . as
no an a
W. P. Ladih, river tailor ol nsllui.i,TiM
and tasmbou ptmemjur agbot. Orduri for til
klndof U)rnt)ot j0l punting oilr.lmd. (HKce
tt Howor Kuruuuin llotal. No. 7t Ohio lovee.
The mate of the City of Vicksburg, who
was so cruelly beaten and assailed in tho
most cowardly manner by a psrty of men
at Darnell' landirg below New Madrid, is
now lying in the hospital here and his
wounds are very serious, but uot necessarily
fatal. Tho men who did the act should
be brought to justice and punished to tho
full extent of the law and if all the reports
are tru, wo think that the officers of the
City of Vicksburg acted very tame and
showed tho wTiite feather in letting three
or four bullies best one of their olliccrs in
such a cruel manner.
' The Junes Lee left Padncah last evening
at 4 p. in. and arrived hero at 6 :30, making
the run in 3 hour and 80 minuteB. Hho
was running like a lightning express train,
as she passed the mail landing. The Pa
ducah mechanic deserve great praise for
tho work they have done on the Lee as she
is now pretty and looks better in every
respect than when first built.
The Cons. Millar from Memphis passed
up for Cincinnati last night at 10 o'clock.
She had a good trip.
Tho J. If illman leaves here this moruiii!;
on her return trip for Nashville.
The City of St. Louis id due this evening
from St. Louis fur New Orleans.
Tho Ella Kimbrough leaves again this
evening at 5 o'clock for Hickman.
The Wyoming from Cincinnati will not
reach here before to-morrow evening.
Tho Ste. Genevieve leaves St. L mis this
evening for Cairo and will arrive here to
The City of Baton Rougo passed up for
St. Louis yesterday morning at 7 :30. She
was flying light.
The Jas. W. Gaff is due fur Memphis to
The Golden Crown is over duo from New
Orleans and will likely report here this
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
w ill send a recipe that w ill cere you, wee
ok charoe. This great remedy was
dibcovered by a minister in South America.
hend a soil-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Josetu T. Inman, Station I)., New York
J. T. Hueford, Sheldon, III., says: l'I am
Belling Brown's Iron Bitters, and it gives
A Nourishing- Wine.
Old and infirm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially At this
season. 1 he wine made at Speer's Mount
Prospect V ineyarus, in New Jersey, callo
Spoor's Pirt Grape Wine, ' iimhH in tliH At
lantic States I he best tonic wine known,
and is regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
benencial tor females and old people. St.
One and one half bottles of Ely's Cream
Balm entirely cured me of Hay Fever of
ten years' standing. Have had no truce of
it for two years. Albert A. Perry, Suiith-
borro, N. l .
For twetitv vears I was a sufferer from
Catarrh of the head aud throat in a very ag
gravated form, and during the summer
months with Hay Fever. I procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream Balm aud after a few
applications received decided benefit was
pun-rl lx'fora the bottle was used. Havo
had no return of the complaint. Chin lotto
Parker, Waverly, JN. X.
To The West.
There aro a number ot routes leadiug to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
nnrl ruiinhlu route is via Saint Louis aud
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas uity, ijeavcu
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nubrnska
At Omaha, connection is made wilh the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c oi thU
litie, which will lie mailed froo.
C. H. Kinnan, F. Chandler,
Ass'tUon'l Pass. Agent. .Gen'l Pass Agent.
''KuT0"! Cairo, Illinois.
PRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latest, ncwoat color
ami quality, and bunt manufacture,
tlARPKT DKPABTMKN I'.
Hnrlv Brnsael, Tprtrloa, Ingiain, Oil
Cloth, V Ac.
ing and ; Gents' Furnishing
This Department occupies a full floor and
, l complete in all roaiieot. Good are
guaranteed ol latest stria and beat ma
terial. , ', t. : 'l
Bottom Price's' and Firat-elass Goods I
ricw dkoph applied to the urfae
.. . r,,r. i nwui not ooii .uiotning.
nor discolor the Skin, or lfavo iHsagrefialiln effects of any kind, li
has mo Eon a r. for I lin Cnro of Rhenmatlnm. Sprains. Bruise,
Stllf Joints, Neurlgta, Lame Back, Cramp, Toot h-Ache
Sor Thro.. Palm In the Limb or in any part of tho HvsUmii
inn is equiuiy cnii'iu'ioiiH ior an
requiriliu u powcnui umusivo svimuiani. nee niprn'ir Aimnnrio
Ask your Druggist for It. Price
I'repured only by JACOB &
IS NOW OPKN FOU TIIK SKASON.
TEKMS: 18.00 per, week; 2.00 per day.
Never-failing Springs of coolest water charged with healing and
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use hy the health-seeker, or those in search of rst
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "TIIE IRON SPRING"
will build up the w eak and debilitated, iiosm'ssch properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
jNO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SWUNG"
Hows from the rocks In a steady stream cold ns ice water, and hun
dreds drinking all day from its basin fail to lower ihe water line.
This Spring is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, 'THE SULPHUR SPRING'
is a new one opened for the lirst time tins season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Hlue Lick.
The-e Springs are snrronnded by grand mountain scenery. The
air is always pure and cool, ho hot nigliis and no inosliuitoes.
Write for Circular.
Post oflice: ) T 1? T lAM iV
rope to., in. )
TIRED ALL OYER.
What Rested and Refreshed a Weary
.Man in Memphis.
"No, it nt-vor amounted to an acutu ialn but cou
'Inued to he a dull weary aotiu in the umall nf my
back," wri c Mr. Janii'8 i bomai., of No W Maui
on trBct, Memjbla 'l'enn 'Ti l wnanno.dcx
pericure, and iile bucamtt (lil'l muelo. 1 waa tired
all over, with pal u In ttiu lower limb, and a babit
of lying awake of iik'hl".' Ifrrently I tried oue of
BK.'"iN ft C'Al'l l.K l'UKUl l'I.TK9 and
win ducldedly relieved wlihlu twenty-four b ur.
It may have ben Providence I hut did tlm werk.
bull Klve the credit to B:ii(in poroua p'aHer "
Mr. 'I human' reverential idea doe blm credit, bat
Providence work hy hidIR. and ainnuu them
ltcnin' plaster rank timt a an external remedy.
It act" tiiiii.kly lu relief and hcallnit. and r ndera
life betl, r wn lh llvinu. I'rlte 'J5 cent. Look In
the middle of the plaster for the word CAI'CINK.
Afk yimr iihyKitlan about it.
SeHlmry i Jidiuenn, i lieiuiil, TSew York.
NOT BOOKS (F MAU'.C, but choice, clantc Itto-
rature. at pruu o low a to n ake the old tlme
lionk-nuyt-r womikh. Al'OUtlOr rp j TVT C
or h ilf a nillllou volumec now Ltt J ' llij
reaey; runt anvwbere for exiimluation before pay
nient, on eldeiic nf (j iod faith. NUT nold by
deaiera price too low. iiS paye Cntaloi:iia free.
JOHN B. AI.IIKN. I'tlbllnher, 18 Veey St.,N. Y.
PARKER'S GINGER JONIO
Once Tested Always I'reforreJ!
Till great rrmody ha won It way to tho high-
phi ,lace in the cKluem ol Hie mot liitelll((eiit peo
tili'. There aro dailv recrniti to li hoit ol frlenda.
it perforniuuce i Invariably
BETTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It plvea tone and power. For complaint of tho
Kiifiiev". ''''' smmach, l.lver and Luiik". 'of
all thu mi i .i ..blea of women and for thore
bodily dlmi,iei Induced by anxiety, care and
mental train, H eil'ect will aurprlae and charm
you. It 1 l ot on chho ceof ninifer. Dellclona to
i be palme, H'l tulldutu to thu liquor habit, aud ex
ceedinirly helpful to the BL'ed and feeble .'lie. and
$1,011 elzea. UlSt'i'X CO.. Now York.
617 St. Charlea Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A reR'ilnr ffrudiuite nf two medical
Collenei. I Oil been lonuer ellKKe(l III the treat
ment iif Chronic, Nvrvouai, Mcin umt
ltlootl llHe,tei thiiu any other PbyHleUii III
St. Louis, as city paper i,uaw anil all oldjesl
denta know. CosiHiiitittlnn ..t nilleenr Wy mall,
free ami Invlleil. friendly talk or III oplnlnii
roits notliliiv. When It l liieonveiilent to vialt
the city .r trealinent, nieillclne can beaenl
by niHll or exprena everywhere. Curable cue
iruaniiiti eil; where doubt exist 11 la frankly
blated. Cull or Write.
Nervous Prostration, DobilityjMontalni
Physical Wcalinnaa, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Dodos, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, jskin Affec
tions, Old Sorea ard Ulcers, Impcdjnionts to
Marriftgg, Rlieumatiftn, Piles. Special
attention to0Mna from over-worlind brain.
SDROICAL CASES receive ipeoial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excessei,
Indul?onc38 or Exposures.
It I nelf-cv blent that a physician paylnit
partleilliir atliutlmi t aelui-n nfea-e iill.iln
ureat aklll, ami plivlelaii In regular praellee
all over the eoiintrv knnwlnx tbln, rreipiiilly
reeonii I eaelnllie nl,lel i lbee In America.
wbwre every known ni'pllanee la rewuieil t..
ami the neovcl unixl reiiiiMliy "I "
i,Benni I i lei are um iI. A whole Immx; I"
iimmI lornltlee hiirniiMH, ami nil are treated Willi
M.III In it rcpi'di'iil inannen ami. knuwlna:
what lit iln. iiieierlnn nls are inaile. I ni ne,
mini, of Hi" Kreat liiniiber applylnir. tlin
charm are kei,l lw. nflen low, i ll. an M
ileiiiamle.1 by iilhert If you e the akl'l
and uet a apeeiiy ami pel U el 111. c ure, Unit M
Hie liiipnilaiil milter. raniphh I,, ial paKC.
cut to any adilrcia tVee,
PLms.! MARRIAGE GUIDE. IpAcfs.
Kleiranl cloth and clll hlndliiir Healed fur B0
cent" III txwlaise nr einrmiey tlver tl 1 1 y won
. .i.-rfu I I pictures, Initio life , urlleleiuin I lie
oIIiih Ini! milileel;,. W bo inn) marry, who nut;
fchvV Proper aie loinan v. Who marry llrjt.
Jlaiihixiil, Wiiuiiiiibonil. I'livsleal decay. V ho
aliiiubl iniiii V. Ho'v life ami bapplnesn may liu
inereaneil, 'riioi tunri It il nr iluniilalllill
hiarrvliiK Mionlil reud It. II Miubl In lie reail
ny all ailult pei'.'iiiii, then kepi under lin k ami
dev. 1'opiibii eilllloii. cainc as above, but paper
rover and HuepaRe. Xi centa b mall, lu uiuliejr
Niiuvouono, Oiew Noi vo-I Ifn, Htionirlh and
Viuon Is ii pohltlvi' reHtnrntlvo fur Hie Loaa of
Manly VUor In Younir, Middle-As ed nd
Old Men, tin (nutter finiii lmt eunse. In Ner
voue Debility, Exhaustion, Impofanoy,
Seminal "Wfuiknies, una ktmlrt'd iilliueiila.
tills bt indard Remady I ncortwin cure, and
toall mii'lt Kiillerers, who acini atiitemciit ol
their troiildea, a tiuitntllv sulllrlmit to provj Itl
vlttuo will he aent Free of Coat. Addrean,
a iMiMi;riiii 1 1 TTMijTiiitTrrrrTTTTTTr
Iksc1 mostly of Kxaentlal Olla
i nil iiioHL ruinpirnr ntr i.m mnt
will Penetrate to th vary Bona.
0.11111 111 uui oiomacn ana Bowels
60 ct,4 perbottlo Iff?
MERRELL, I f J
- -I J niHrjlJ ,
By addrenslng OKO. P. llOWEM. A CO., 10
Spruce St., New Vurk, can learu tbu exact cottof
any proposed line of advcrtlrltiK In American
Newnpaper. JriOU page Pamphlet 10 certa.
PORT GK APE WINE
Spkkh's Pout Gape Wine I
FOUR YEAI;S OLD.
THIS CKLEHItATKl) NATIVE WINE i ma.le
from the Juice of the Oporto Orape, ralaed In
thl country, lta Invaluable tonic and atrvujth.
enlnit propurtiea are uuaurpaaiud hv any other
Native. Wlno. llelnu ihe pore Juice of the Urapu,
produced under Mr. Sptier'a own puraonal uporvl
iou, Its purity aud neniilm no, are guaranteed
Tin yonneal child m.iy partuko or lta K''Uroui
qualllie, and thu weaka-t Invalid ue It to advan
lane It I particularly beneficial to Ihu aged and
debilitated, and Kiiitml tu the arioti ailment that
affect tho weaker ex. It lain every respect A
WINK TO UK IIEI.IKI) ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. ,T. S1IKKHV I a wlno of Superior Char
acter and i arlakeauf the rlc.houalitle of the urape
from which it la made Kor 1'urlty, Hlchner, Fla
voi and Medicinal Properties. It will be Inund un
Sneer's P. ,T. Brandy.
Tbta BKANDY iand unrivaled In thl Country
beluu far auperlnr for medicinal purpose. It I a
pure distlllatbu Irom Hie urape, and ron'alua val
uable medicinal propi'Mlo. it ha a dellcalu fla
vor, almilarto thai oflhe ("rapes, from which tt I
dlitlllcd, and la In ureal favor atnonir llrst-clas
fanillle. Hee that tho ngnature of Al.FKKD
SI'KKK, I'usriile, .N . J I over Ihu cork of earn
8old Hv PAUL, SC1IUJI
AND BY DUfJOOISTS KVKR Y Wll n.HK.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
llm Howard tlalvanlcHlilelA
anil niirnthur KlctrnOal
vanleand Maaimtlu Appll
nnce aud Oarmant ara a
mirtieurM for Nerniu.lH-bll-Itr.
of Vital r.awray, Ovwrwnrk
st llraln, Wei.k im k, Kid
nay. I, Ivor, and MLmiach
iliinlnla. ami ara adapt
.u KlTHKIt Hkx. ThM
vary lulmt Ira-
pnivnd, and o
from lielttaad all
nthara, aa tbay
acuta, caaslna an
5oro, nor Irrlta-
'can be worn at
work a well a
alila to wearer.
tit m wt t li a d 1 IT r-
.nt ntMtf of all
I of Iwaallt. TliuM) fur MKH ONLY at one rmuiti
tha Muit nt dl-eiiMi, as tbay ct illm t tiima Narvau.
Muneular.anil Unrnlla ('nHir. iwtxlllr realorinai
lhlt.llly-whleh I Klwtrleltr-drlnl frnmlhy.
tra b is.sa or liHllserallnna, they tlm In a natural
wy nynrcnnia tha wenlins. wll hunt drnaalna tha tora
ach. Thar will cum ovary man abort of structural dw
awnrtliin, anil m ar iirMnaiiNl to furnl.h tha mrmt
imnhatlu and alxnlut" nnsil id aul,ort nur claim.
Hint rated taruiihlot Frt,ireBt atialml for Be eoataaw. ,
Mialtttlol ; I AMIRIOAN QALVANIO CO.
rnt lavUta f Z I N. Oth St., t. UouU.WK-
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAO'MY
t ItKsTKR. a.'d year open Beplcuiber lith.
Bulldlnft aew. Huporlor appolntmuni Htvll Bn
flnnertna. Ohemlcal, t'olluitlate, Knitll'h rimrane,
Ircalaraofp. W. Harclav. K.q., W. V. llalllday.
Kaq .orof Col.THItO. HYATT, IWl.
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