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CAN RE SAVED
IN THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
by tho use or Hkx MauNcs, The Humision Kood
Preservative. It pnmrv t Meat. Knh. Milk,
Cream, Kgi:a. and ill kinds or Animal Food f-eth
andaweut for week, even in the hottunt weather.
Iblacan bis proved by the tuotlninijinln of hun
dreds who have trl-d It. Vou can prove H for your
alf f.T Biicon-i. You will tind Hint thin I- an aril
cle which will cave you a grout dual of money.
To KpoiUnl MPiit.
Nd HIiiIm I'-HB"'
It will keep them fresh a' d tweet for many dayt
and does not Imparl tha llknlet lo'elrn taste to
the ajti dct tnu'en. it i fl .implu In op ration
that a child run follow I be direct on, In as harm
Iota an ml tod costs onlf a fraction of a eut to a
pound ol meat, thd, butter or cuhi-nm ur to a tie art
of milk. This Is no huirihtiir; H la endur ed by
euch men as I'rof, Kain'J W. Johnson o( Vale Col
lege, sold by ' ruggieta aid grocers, hample
pound MMit rue-paid by mall or eipresa (an we
prefer) -n receipt of p-lcc. Name your expret
office. Viuhrlme brat'd for meat; rean Wave for
fleh and eua-fnod; hnow Kia' e for milk, butter and
cheese; Antl ferment. Anti-Ply and Antl .Mold, fjdc
per lb. each. IVarl for cream ; ueeii lor eggs,
and Aij ia Vitao for II Id entrant, It per lb. each.
THK IIU WIHTUN r"'K)l l'KrE KVINrt CO.,
Ti Kllby Kl., Motion. Mas.
Kor tale by
7.11 d Aw I m
Ttmtiwm Pill a""" "
The only known tpedjte for HpUcptlc Flta.
-AIo fur Spasms, and Fulling Sickness.
Nerrona Wrakuefsrjnirklyr.'llevcd and cared.
Equalled by none iu delirium of fi-ver.-fct
"Neutralize ! germs of disease and ilekne.
Caret ngly blotches and stubborn blood lores.
Olcantei blood, quickens slavish circulation.
Eliminates Bolls, Carbuncles and Scalds.-
r Permanently and promptly cures paralysis.
Yes, It is a charming and healthful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing caunc.
fWKnnta bliloutnete and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxative.-.
It drives hick Headache like the wind
rrTTContainsno drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cores Rheumatism by routing H.-
Restores life-giving properties to the blood. a
It guaranteed to cure all nervous disorders.
$ fTUellable when all opiates fall.-
Kefreahc the mind and Invigorates the body.
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded -
LWT.ndoraed In writing by over fifty thousand
eadlng phyticlant in C. S. and Europe.
Leading clergymen In U. 8. and Europe.
Diseases of the blood own It a conqueror."
For sale by all leading druggists, f 1
For testimonial! and circulars send itamp.
Til Dr. S. k. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
From these source armo throe-fourth of
the (llfH;a of the human ruoe. These
ymptoina indicate thoir existence: Ixtaa ol
Appetite, .Bowels costive, etick Head
ache, fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, KrucUttion
of food, IrrlUblllty of temper, Low
spirit, a reeling of havloa; neglected
some duty, Imzlueee, Fluttering at the
Heart, Itnta before the eyes, highly col
ored trine, t'OSftTIPATIoar and de.
mand t lie use of remedy t,ilat acts directly
on the Liver. As aLiver medicine Tl'TT'8
PILLS havfl no equal. Their action on tho
Kidneys and Skin Ualao prompt ; removing'
all ltnpuritif'8 through tficae tliroo " scav
engera of the ayttem," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, n-gnliir stfwlH, a clear
sktnand a vigorous bwly. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cause no nuuwa or griping nor lutcrfere
with daily work and arc a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1TE FEELS LIKE A SEW MAW.
"I have had DyspopHia, with Constipa
tion, two yearn, and have tried ten different
klntla of pUla, and TCTT'sJ are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned mo out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food digests) readily, and 1 now
have natural paHHOfres. 1 fuel like a now
man." W. b. EDW ABDS, Palmyra, 0.
Boldererrwr.ere.a5c. Offlce,44 Murray 8t.,W.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Grat Hair on Whiskem changed In
stantly to a c;lo8T Black by a elngle ap.
plication of this Dvk. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of 9 1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York
Tl'TT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREI.
ha sained an enviable
r putsllon wherever
known, displacing all
i thur r paratlont. An
artlc'e of undoubted
LIQUID Oil SNUFK.
HAY- FEVER taWU
will bo absorbed, effectually cleansing the natal
patfaet of ratharrhal virus cantiug healthy to
crntlons. It allays It flanimailon, pretneta the
metibtannl II Iiil's of tho heRd from addl tonal
colds, completely heals the s res and restores tho
aer.se of ttist and smell. Henefl ial results are
reall.ed by s few applications.
A inOHOnufl THKATMBT WILL CUKB.
Unequalod for Cold In tho llesil. Iltiadaahe and
Deafni'fS, or suv kind ol mucous memhriiual Irrita
tion, tetid for circular. II v mall, prepaid. W) c.
a package-stampa received, sold liy all whole
sale and rot nil druggists.
KUY'SCUKAM HALM C0..0W08O, N. V.
Manufaclurur aud Dealor In
th Streoi, bntween Com'l Avh. ud Lcveo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMDNtTION.
Safes BtDalrad, All Kinds ol Kov Mada.
1 VIJ i T
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The Daily Bulletin,
Ot'FlCK: NO. 78 OHIO LKVIX
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
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(J percent, discount II paid In advance.)
Dally, one year hy mall..... in 110
Daily, one mouth 1 00
I'uhllshed every morning (Mondays excepted).
Weekly, one year 2 of:
Weekly, months 1 00
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Ht.'luhs of nveorinora lor Weekly Bulletin at
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INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
All Communications should be addrntsed to
E. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
A Swedish Servant.
We found ln;r at mi cniplovmont of
fice, juHt arrived from Sweden. As I
noticed her sunny hair and blue pvph
and strong, free step, I thmijrht of what
some one said of Jenny Lind: that h
ought to have been railed the Swedish
Lioness, rather than th Swedish Night
ingale, from tho freedom and slrcngth
of her l)Piirin;. Not hIiId to hpeak a
word of Knlish, she sat looking at 1110
with such confident Mueeves (hat noono
could feel otherwise than kindly towards
She held out a little book, priuted in
Swedish and English, bv which we were
to iron verse together. 1 looked it over,
and saw that it contained directions,
L'ivun to servanU in their own country,
by which they were to conduct them
selves. Aniongolhrr things, they were
tnld to "stpp softly, move lightly, and
After I came to know more of her
intensely social nature, I often wondered
why we never attempted anything
more in the way of conversation than
"cup," "phitc," etc. At length, in an
outburst of desperation, she exclaimed,
"I want to talk!" So did we, but tho
difficulty was how to begin. She solved
it. herself by asking if we knew (ieorgo
Washington and Benjamin Franklin.
We, in return, asked if she knew Lin
nanis and Swedenborg, to both of which
piestions she replied in the nflirmative,
and also recout.ed with delight a pic
ture of Luther. After this, conversa
tion became easy; she was so very apt
and eager. Sin was soon able to give
a little account of Iter voyage: telling
us how she, with a hundred other girls,
came as steerage passengers, on a grpat
steiimer: and how, in leaving, they sang
together the Fatherland Son; and how
the paseneers on the upper deck all
clapped their hands, a-i well they might
if the other voices wen: like hers. They
had great luncheon baskets; but she
lost hers overboard, in a storm and also
her hat. "Now I must every day say
to some one, Tlease give 111c a little
bread.' " Iu the storm she thought, "Hy
and by I dead." It is wonderful, the
courage of these girls, starting alone for
an unknown world. Some of her friends
in Sweden, she said, thought that to
come to America they would have to
travel through the earth. Hut she had
been taught otherwise in school; taught
also to knit, embroider, crochet, and
make baskets. The dress she had on
she had not only titled for her.self, but
hail made tho woolen cloth for it, and
had woven her plaid shawl. She wore
generally, on her head, a little black
shawl. "One day she siid to me, touch
ing it "Kvery woman in Sw eden all the
She readily understood that we en
joyed hearing about her country, as she
took so much interest herself in 'learning1
everything possible. She soon began to
tell us about the Lapps, as the most
curious little people in the world; very
short, but wearing tall, pointed hoods,
made of reindeer skin. She always
talked with great enthusiasm about the
"rein," as she called the reindeer: said
that if a man hml a thousand rein he
was rich; that the Lapps traveled
about all the time, only lassolpg some
rein and traveling on to lind moss tor
thent, the rein furnishing them with all
their food. When they went to church
they left their babies outside iu little
holes in the snow, sewed up in skins.
They themselves wore one garment of
skiu. Swedish babies had a little knit
garment, that covered them nil over,
arms, legs, nnd feet. Lapp babies were
always cold, and tho Lapps wore very,
very poor. I asked, "Why not come to
Boston?" She answered, "Ob, Lapp
say Lapland good." She mocked their
funny ways of talking, in monosyllables.
They could not opon their mouths, she
said; it was so cold. Shu used to mock,
too, the peasants' walk, still', ungainly
strides; crouching as they went along,
becfuise it was so cold. It was very
different from reading these tilings in
the geography to hear them from 0110
who had actually seen them, and touch
ed the little cold Lapp babies. Caro
line E. Leighton in July Atlantic.
The report of tho Director of the Mint
of the yield of precious metals in the
United States (or the year 1882 presents
some interesting figures. Notwithstand
ing the decadence of mining in Nevada
and the failure of the old Comstock lode,
the yield of 1882 was only $1.400, 000 bo
hind that of 1881. Tho yield for 1882
was $82,500,000 gold ami $46,800,000
silver. The greatest reduction was in
the yield of gold in California, which
shrunk nearly amillion and a half, owing
to the stoppage of hydraulic mining.
Notwithstanding this, California stands
at the head of the gold producers, with
a record of $16,000,000. The largest
silver production came from Colorado
($16,600,000), while Ari.onaconies next,
with $7,600,000. Nevada takes fourth
Clace with $6,750,000, falling behind
'tab. even, which produced $6,800,000.
Of the whole product of nearly $80,000,
000, there was but $9,939,976 paid in
dividends by incorporated companies.
True, a considerable sum passed to the
prolit of private parties, but, even with
that, the proportion of dividend to gross
production is anmninglv small. Again,
of the nearly $t0,0MMXK) in dividends
over $9,000,000 went right back into the
ground (or the pockets of the ninnngors
and manipulators) by moans of assess
ments. With such figures as those it is
hard to see just where the great profits
of raining for the precious metals bene
fits anybody but tho favored few who
manage to get on top. Chicago Herald.
Mr. Editor: In view of the fact that
this country is threatened with another
epidemic of Asiatic cholera and the farther
fact that much can bo done, by a proper
observance of sanitary laws, to palleate, or
perhaps avoid the dreaded disease. I have
thought proper to say something on the
subject of impure water, as one of the main
features of disease,
The solvent powers of water exceeds
those of any other liquid known, and it has
an extunsivo range of affinities. Hence it
is almost impossible to secure natural wa
ter free from impurities. And why? Almost
every substance in naturo enters into solu
tion in water. If water meets in its pas
sago ovur or through tho earth, magnocium,
platiniuin, aluminum, iron, arsenic or other
mttalic elemeuts, it dissolves apart of
them, and they are diffused through tne
water as impurities. A like result follows
if water meets in its passage through the
air, as In showers of rain, floating particles of
dust, and various gasses; they are absorbed
an 1 are diffused through it as impurities.
It will he readily understood what an
important part water plays in our very ex
istence, when we remember that 75 pr. c. of
our whole body is constituted of the ele
ments of water; that not less then 05 pr.c.of
our healthy blood, and not less then 80 pr.
C. of our food are also water.
Physiologists aro familiar with tho fact
that water is directly and indirectly the
agency that dissolves our food, and is tho
vehicle by which the appropriate parts are
transmitted in the body, conveying to the
bones sulphur lime, to the musclen.fibrin &c.
The amount of water in the Bystetn is
constantly being reduced by the secretions
and perspiration, when the stomach is in a
healthy condition, nature calls for water in
just the required amouot through the sen
satiou of thirst. The water drank enters
the general circulation very rapidly, and is
at once conveyed into the blood by absorp
tion. If the water is good it assists na
ture by regulating the digestive fluids, and
repairs the losses by perspiration, the Becret
ing and exhaling organs. If impure, it as
rapidly carries into the system the germs
of disease, and while sattsfyicg some of the
demands of the system, it almost inevita
bly deranges the blood and produces dis
ease. It does not appear to have bven ordained
iu the economy of nature, however, that
chemically pure water is preferable for man.
The pureest natural waters found upon the
tatih, aro usually those that have como
down in natural streams from grsnite hills.
A gallon of water 'weighs nerly 00,000
frs. Tho best potable waters bve from
ono to eight grains, in gallon, of certain
impurities diffused through them. These
impurities are derived from too sources;
they are from mineral, the other, diiectly or
indirectly from living organisms. The first
aro termed mineral impurities, and 1he
other organic impurities.
The mineral and metalic combinations in
water aro generally considered to be medi
cine. It is the organic impurities which
indicate contaminations likely to be harm
ful to the hua'an constitution, especially if
such impurities are the products of animal
decomposition held in solution in the water.
' Regarding atmospheric impurities which
offer to falling rain ever-present sources of
contamination, there arise from constant
disintegration of miueral and organic mat
ters and their disemination in the atmoS'
phere. The air is burdened with a mass of
particles, pulverized to transparency. Tho
general atmosphere is constantly being
uontHiuint.ted by tho respirations of all ani
mated beings, the products of combustion
in furnaces and dwellings, and the decay
ing dead animals and vegetables, continu
ally evolving in tho air poisonous gasses.
These are all soluble iu water, and tho
mists uud showers absorb them freely.
: The facts just cited, which are only a
very few of the fucts that might be men
tioned in referenco to tho causes that ren
der water impure and unhealthy, warrant us
in urgently advising, that our citizens filter
all tho water used lor drinking purposes,
Mr. A. II.' Simpson ot the American
Hosiery Company, New York, says that
the great pain-reliever. St. Jacobs Oil, cured
him of rheumatism in tho knee by a few
The editor of tho Two Laredo, Tex.,
is man of all work 0 pluribus unum
nnd has been puzzled to determine
whether he should write himself in the
singular or plural, but decides on the
latter: "As wo are publisher, nmiiagor,
editor-in-chief, local, market, weather,
matrimonial, commercial and marino
reporter, compositor, pressman and
devil, ono by 0110, as necessity may re
quiru, wo had about concluded to as
sumo tho pronoun -I,' instead of the ed
itorial 'we;' but when wo reflected we
would have to distinguish ourselves In
our various capacities bv saying 'I. tho
manager.' 'I tin? matrimonial reporter.'
etc., ami bethought ourselves that we
might sometime have, occasion to sav, 'I
tho devil,' hnvo finally concluded' to
stick to the good old-fashioned 'we.'
. N. i. Thistlcwood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo - - . Illinois.
SUNDAY MORNfffa. tttt.v
.,i.:i'"B.u"' ,u"r M'toro! in Hhu.htiw
ana iteamboat paattnirer act.nl. Ordnn for all
kinaaor tUitmboat Jot) printing-lonclled. Offlca
at Bowur a European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio lovee.
Enterprising local aientu wntnl In thin
town for an articlo that is sure to sell, live
a rugRists ana grocers preferred. Address
Humiston Food Preservative Co., 72 Kllby
STAGES Of TUB IltVEIl.
The rivir marked by the gaugo at this
port last evening at 0 o'clock 2t feet 3 in
ches and falling.
Chattanooga, July 28,-Kiver 2 feet 3
Inches and rising.
8t. Louis, July 28. River 18 foot 3 in
ches and falling,
Cincinnati, July 28 River 0 feet 3 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, July 28. River 0 feet 1 in-
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 28.-River 5 feet 0 iu
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, July 28. River 7 feet 2 in
ches and tailing.
Tho Ste. Genevieve departed for St. Louis
last evening at 5 o'clock. She had a fair
start from here.
The City of St. Louis loft for New Or.
leans yesterday. She had a good trip-
TheCity of Providonco from Vicksburg
passed up for St. Louis last night. She
had a very good trip.
Whilo tho City of Helena was lying at
the wharf Friday niibt, two men were
caught iu the act of stealing flour by tho
watchman of tho boat, and he crowded
pretty closely, which caused one of them to
jump ovei board and was drowned. The
other in making his escape was shot in the
knee and was not so fortunate as bis com
panion as he was captured.
The Ella Kimbrough will take a litt'e
trip up and down the river for the benefit
of a party ot excursionists to-day. Eveiy-
body and their sweethearts should go.
The Jas.W.Oaff from Cincinnati is due
early this morning tor Memphis. Sec W. F.
Lambdin, Agent, and get your tickets.
The Wyoming from Cincinnati will re
ceive freight here this morning for New
Orleans and way point. She leaves this
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis will
pass up this evening for Cincinnati. Capt.
M. M. Deem, master.
The City of Vicksburg Is the Anchor
Line steamer duo from St. Louis this even
ing for Vicksburg.
The Annie P. Silver from St. L mis is
due to-night and leaves here to-morrow
evening tor New Orleans.
llio Golden Rule will be tho next boat
due from Cincinnati for New Orleaus after
the Wyoming leaves.
The Golden Crown is about 3d hours bo
hind time, and was still duo hero for Cin
cinnati last night when our river column
The Hudson from Shawneetown passed
up fur St. Louis last night. She had a good
The City of Cairo from Vicksburg and
tho John A. Scudder from New Orleans
are due to-morrow morning for St. Louis.
To all who aro suffering from tho. emirs
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I
will send a recipe that will crro you, kiike
of CHAiiott. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America,
fend a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseimi T. Inman, Station D., New York
One and one half bottles of Ely's Cream
Halm entirely cured me of liny Fever of
ten years' standing; Havo hail no trace of
it for two years. Albert A. Perry, Smith
borro, N. Y.
It not a triumph or tclnnr.o. hut It a rrlstlon
through tii inttliintof tka untutored tavage. anil
It a empire anllduta to all kinds uf Mood 1'olmm
and skin Uiiuior.
Swift tSpaclrio baa ewrad ma of (scrofula, whlrh
Ith rudllnrrln roy family. I bavtt aii(Tert-d with
It fur many ynart. and have triad a rritai. mtny
jih t clanaand all torts 11 f trualmunl. hut to no
iinrpotu; and whn I hngan to take Hwtft't p clfl"
1 wai Id a horrtlilo condition ; but tliankt to this
griat rmfl , 1 am rid of tho illtratu. Thnro It
nodotihl .that It It the great at modiolus Iu exist
cum), and I nopt, any who donht will writ" to ma.
After tutoring twenty. tiro y..r with a painful
Dry 1 nttnr, and trying manv phytlrlatit, I wa nt
rtllnvnd by tho litn or Swlfl's Sprrlllc, ami I
chew ally roeommoud It, tnall tlmllarly Hllir.lnl.
Hltv. l.K. KHAN HAM,
will h paid 'to any Chttnltt who will find in
analysis of loo houtnt B. H. 8., 0110 partielo of
Biwcuiy, loaiiio rolatalun, or any mlnorai tun
, TUB 8 WIKT SPECIFIC CO.,
PrawarS. Atlanta, (la.
If-Wrtto for tho lltilo Book, which will bo
Prlrat Hmalt flM,l.ot) purbottla. Largo tits
(holding douhl ojuaaUty) UJ bottle. All drug'
Ifc SrKSfiVTIln fi rj'? Wv,;r'li l"l'iu-atltm com
I i I I 51 b74 tT 21 LI I LSI11"! mostly of Essential Oils
1111 nM n " a 'rQ mst penetrating Liniment
kf.w iitopS n.,niiri tn .h .......
and almost inrMuivi?
nor dlacolor tha flkln.
llfVR NO FOIIAr forltiB rmI
MWNO KQiiAr.fortho Cnrgof
(n N-oraleLaaoBack, Cramp., Tooth-Ach.
sore- Ibroat, Pains in the Limbs or Iu any uart ot tho Hvst..m
i;uw a equally eiiitaeloiis for all nalna In t)i Stomach and Bowel.
rtuiring u powerful Ulffusivo stimulant. Sou Merrill 'a
ask your DniKtflst for It. rrico
1'repareil only by JACOB S.
NKW AlV KK'MNKMBNTM.
TI11HD ALL OVER.
What Hosted ami Rofmliod a Weary
-Man In Memphis.
. "No. II nit ver amounted to an acuto palu. but con
maud to ho a dull weryache In tnntmull of my
hack, wrl'et Mr. Jnm. t ibomas, of No 60 Martf.
ton ttr. t, Mem ibli Tenn. Tnli wut an o.d ex
perience, and tile breams dull mimic, t was tiwd
all over, with pnln in tho lower llmht, and a hahit
of lying awaku of nlt-hts. Heeentlyl tried one of
wan decidedly relieved within twenty-four hmrs.
It may havo Iweu l'rovldcnre that did tha work,
but I give the credit to H nton't porout platter "
Mr. I human' reverential idea does him credit, but
I rnvldeni-a works hy apt-nts. nd Himmg them
enou t platter ranks Urn as ah external remedy.
It .acts quickly In r. Itel and healing, and renders
life betor wo th living. I'rle 25 cent. Look In
the middle of the plaster for the word CAPCINK
Ask your physiciant about it.
Heuhury i Johnson, i.hcmlstt, New York.
NOT BOOKS (,K MAGIC!, hut r.holre, Hassle lite
rain. si prire o low as to n ako the ol.t-tlma
nook-huvrr womiku. Abnni 4 , m . . tpi
or h.ilf tinlllioii volumes now 1'
ready; sent anywhuro for examination before pay
ment, 011 evideuco of gnod faith. NOT sold by
(lea ers nrli es ton low. is i.R.r., cUiii,o iv.,
JOHN B. AI.DKN. Publisher. 18 Ve.ev Hi., v! Y
Once Tested Always Preferred!
Thtt great remedy hat won itt way tii the ntih.
est plm e In the esteem ot tho most InUdllgenl poo-
ue. 1 here lire ila'lv remits to its bot ol frlcuot.
tt performance it Invariably
BETTER THAN ITS PE0MISK.'
It civet tone nnd power. For eoninltlnU of th
Kidneys, Hnwels. Stomach. I.lver turi I.hnu. fur
all tho suhtle troubles ef women tnd fur thoe
bodily disorders Induced' by anxiety, care and
mentnl struin. lis i tl'erts will surprise and chirm
you. It ! tot an esso ceof ginger. Delicious to
ibe plte, an sntldot to the lienor habit, and ex
ceedingly he'pful to the tired and feeble. M)e. and
SI. sixes, II ISt" X A I'O . New York
Whose Complexion lietrnys
soino Iiuiiiilialinc; iniiK'rlVc
tion, whose mirror lolls you
that yon nre Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in counte
nance, or have Eruptions,
Kedness, lloughness or un.
wholesome tints of Complex
ion, we say use llagan's Mag
It is n delicate, harmless
and delight fill article, pro
ducing tho most natural and
entrancing tints, the artifici
ality of which no observer
can defect, and which soon
becomes permanent if tho
Magnolia llalni is judiciously
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
ills Howard OiilmnicHblale,
uuuuuroiner Llnctro lu
vnnle Hnd Mm-iMilo Appll.
sruwt nnd liHrnitnts sre s
ure cure for Nerrousllebll
it J, I'nrshBli, Kheuinntltm
1-1 Hc'H, l.tmutl"u, I aim
n( Vital Kneruy, Overwork
.nl llruln, Vimk llnrk. Kid
ny. l.iver. ami Htoimu-h
romplnlntd. nmt trttditiit
ed to KiTHEH Ski. 'J het
appllt nets troth
vorr Ittcit lm.
priivea, and en
from helu and all
othsrt, u I her
iickln. causing no
sorei, nor Irrita
tion ef the kin
can lie norn at
wtirk at well an
rest tinly nottev
aide to vearar.
ttaKu of all
la of Iwneflt. Th..e for MEN ONL t 'lJfl treatmen
tha teal ol dliueiae, at Ihty net direct upon Neroob,
Muscular, and (li'iierutlva renters, iiemiily ri'Slorloa
tha Tltnlltr-which U K.lwtrlcltr-drainttl fromthaart
temhrtireaa or ludlscrwilons, they thui In a natural
way ovMrcnma tha weuknenn withmit dnitftflna: tha ntom
tcti. They will cure every cane short of structural da
geoenit Inn, and we are iroinrd to fiirnloh tie nioat
ainphntlo and ah.olut pnMif to tuppnrt our elalma,
lllust ruled riiinphlot Fret. or fin t tenl.id for 60 KiBia.
Ccniul'.j'.i:a 1, AMERICAN oaLVANlO CO.
frila Jarltcd I 8 1 2 N. eth 8t., 8t. Loula.M"
. .j .....
New and i.oiupiii" llntul. fronting ou
Hui'ohd und Itnllnmd 8treuli,
The Pnt'ciiw lb-pot of tha -'hlt.aio, St. Lotila
and .tew Orleans: Illinois t'uiilrali Witlmsh. Hi.
I, mils iuhI riielile; lion Mountain and Honlhorn,
.Moliileund Ohio; t'niri mid Nt. Louis K.mwaya,
are all Just nerosa tbu si reel; whlla the Steamboat
Laudii'i! Is but one square illslimti
This Hotel ts heated by steam, has: atearo
r.iiuuilry, llvdriiiilli- KleMitor, Kliirtrle t.!nll lU'llt.
AiitoiniitU'. Klro-Alnrnis. Ilnilis, alisoldtely pnr air.
perlect sewerage and complete appointment.
Nupurh fiiinishliigt; put fuel turvlec; and an an
I , M T fl If "'If ,V f'f . T.i.ee.
ff K' 1 1
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PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
lUKh't'KK. U.'d yetr opon Hqiteaiher lath.
Ilulldliig uvw. huporlor appo'ntmauti . CMlKn-
flneerlug. I hemlnil, Collegiate, Kngllsh Conrte.
IrculaitofP. W. Marclay, Ktq., W. P. Halllrtay.
Ktq ,or of Col. tllKO. UYATT, I'rta t.
J! '""k"own- Ho concentrated that a
t H 01 ny km,L J
60 cts per bottle V '
MERRELL. I II
NKW ADV KHTISKM K NTS.
Uy addresslnij GKO. 1". HOWELL & CO., 10
8pruca St., Nfw York, can learn the exact coatof
an propoted line of advertising In American
Nowtpaptra. lriiHl paue 1'anpblet 10 ccota.
PORT ( ; RAPE WINE
Spkeu's Pout (p.ape Wine !
four teahs old.
'flits CEI.F.r.itATF.DNATlVK WINE It mad
-l from the Juice of the Oporto Jipe, raised la
thin count-)-. Its hivalualile tonb: tod strenirth
enlnij properties are unsurpassed bv any other
Native Wine. lHuu the pure julco of the tirape,
produced under .Mr. Speer's own personal anpervl
sion, lit purify and genu ln nest, aru cimrameed
Th'i vouue.st child 1u.1i partak-j of Its pt-nerout
quiillliet, and the wettko-t Invalid use It to advan
tage It Is paiticulurlv beiieflelal to ihe afced and
rii-bilitnted, and suit-d lu tho variuna ailments that
atl'ect tho weaker sex. It is In every respect A
WINE TO UK KKI.IEll ON.
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
The P, J. SIIKItltV ita wlno of Superior Char
acter and art ikes of the rlchquul ties of the fcrapa
from wh-eh It is made Kor Purity, Klchnest, Fla
vo' and Medicinal Properties. It will be tonnd un
excelled,. Siieer'M P. J. Brandy.
This BKANDV stands uurlvaled la this Country
hetimfar superior for medicinal puiposea. It Is a
pure distillation Iro n tho Kmpe. ktiu ronialn val.
nalile medicinal prnpqrtle. It has a deltcalu Bv
vor. similar to thai of lho pirape, from which H it
distilled, and it in great favor amonir tlrst-clast
lamniea. see mat tno tiisnaturo or Al.rKtUi
KPKEK, I'assale, N . J la over tho cork of each
hot tl. ... .
Sold liv PAUL. SCHTJH
AND BV r)RrjOOI8T8KVKRVWi-:RK.
617 St, Chai'loE Street, ST. I0UIS, MO.
A rsunlar Orad uats of two medical
collc'nci, JiiiH heeii lmiL-iT eiiifafred In the Ireat
meiit of f hroriio. Nervous, e-Um nml
IHoo.l Hiti'rt-cn than aiiyothrrphvslelnu n
8t. Unit, as city paper thaw ami all old mi.
dents k now. t'eiisuitatton t otllce or by mall
free and Invited. friendly talk or bis opinion
costs iiiiHiIiik. When it is Inconvenient to visit
the city .up treat it, medleliiet can lie tent
hy mall or express everywhere. Curable caes
ruiiniiiteed; where doulit exists Itlsfiaukly
staled. Call or Write. '
Nervous. Prostration. Debility, Mental andt
Physical Wcakneaa, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and liones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin AtToe
tionB, Old Sores asd Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exeessea
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a plivdelnn paving
particular atleiition to 11 cla- ofcases allaint
great skill, and iivicliius In revulur practice
all over the country knowing this, frciuntly
reeoimnend ensesto the oldeM i.rtlce in Ani'-rlca,
where every known appliance is resorted to,
and the proved uo.nl rctiioUfn ol all
ase anil countries are uvd. A whole house l
used for "Hire purpocH, and all are treated with
I'.IU In a respectful manlier: and, knowing
count of toe . -ini,.nN an-niiide, Onac.
rharke are kept low. hue,, ...1,11,1, the
demanded liy olliers It ymi secure TW .. ..
and aet a speedy and pei feet liin core, that U
the Tmportaiit iimlter. Pamphlet, W paei
tent to any address free. w
pla'tI! MARRIAGE GUIDE. !ps.
Eteirant cloth and gilt binding. Pealed for M
cents In poscme or cuirency. Over tiny won
iierrul pen pictures, true to life . artlelesnn tha
iillnwngsnlieelii. Who may niarry. who not;
why? Proper awe tomarrv. Who marry II rst,
Manhood, omanhnoit, I'liylctl decay. Mho
Hliould ir.ari v. lli life an I happiness may t
jiivreased. Those inarm d or coiitvniplatlmt
marrvlnif should read It. II out.lit to be read
oy afl ailnlt persons, thn kept under lock anil
key. Popular ciiUInn, i.uuie as nimve. hut paper
rover and XnOpaKe" ti ceuu by Until, iu luoueJf
Any Housekeeper In tha land can repair the Cook
Stove put In new Fire Back, new Orate and new
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by all Hardware and SttrrJ)tiion.
Pnin yon rmrn-AB. Maoafactured only by
SZhcnck' Adjaautfcl Fire Back Co.,
62 Dearborn Screttt, Chicago.
Neuroiono, (new .nrvf -i.iro, Ntrfiiu'in una
A igoi i Is .i posilive resiuratlve for Hie L'lee of
Mrtnlv Vitror In Yonnr, Middle-Aled aad ;
Mnnly Vitror In Yonnr, Middle-A(ed and
UUt men, no mailer (rom wluu cmicvi. - lu Wei-
voua Sobility, Ehaution, Impotencjr,
Beminal Weakrttaa, and kimlreil allnienta.
tills ot iiidarrl Rouieily la a certain oure,and
to all aueli sullerers, who acini a sUKteinent o(
their trmlblea, a quantity aiiftlelcnt to prov j IU
virtue will be tent Free f Oott. Address,
- JNEyROZONK MEDfOAL CO.
fit 'Ammm 3
I" ' aia.a ' i l in m 11 '-''Itt. 1
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