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Tile Daily Bulletin.
Sherman's Speech at West Point.
"Young frontlunion," said tlio veteran
Comraander-iu-Cliiuf, "uftor tho bunuti
Jul ami exlmustivo BfMMiuh of lion. Cul
lura (which I heard yestrtl.tjr, nn1 liope
that you htmrd, too, though I do not
know whether you could hmir it or not),
and of Gen. 'furry, whom I thank for
his address, oniclally, and of Admiral
Kodfrers, there is not much left for rne
to say, for Admiral Hodgers covered al
most the very ground I should have
covered bad ho not usurped it. (leu.
ferry came in 18(51 with a hig heart and
an educated mind to strcn 'Uien us In
tho great work then before us. I arn
glad I ordereil hiru here, and glad ho
came, though ho had nome notion of
raising a constitutional question of au
thority. As to Uodgern, 1 knew him
when he was a midshipman; when ho
wore a blue jacket, with less tail to it
even than you have to your coats,' and
when he carried a little sword we called
a 'frog-sticker.' In Florida he came
ashore in the Kvorgludes, ami gave us
valuable assistance. The army and
navy are brothers. Bu brotherly with
tho navy. I don't intend to take many
minutes, as I don'tusually. In looking
at this fine graduating class, even from
this distance "
The General paused, and tho gradu
ates pricked up their ears, expecting a
" you look exactly." ho continu
ed, '-like the class last year, and the one
before that, and the one of every year
ninee the class that I graduated" in.
Laughter. I cau see myself and my
old classmates, alrnosr.in your features.
I can see more of , and , and
," mentioning a dozen of his old
classmates. "I can see old Joe HUnks
ter. In the spring of IKK! there came
hero a great, big, stout follow, from
Ohio, too. (laughter) six feet live inches
In his stockings, a yard across bis
shoulders, weighing '.'i)0 pounds with
hands hard with toil on Ids father's
farm, lie hail hardly ever seen the in
side of an arithmetic; but he had nn
honest, manly face, and wore No. 16
shoes, so big the shoe-makers used to
charge him double price for making
them. His parents were poor farmers
in the southwestern part of Ohio. In
the spring of 1810, jut before we were
graduated Joe's father took ill, and he
had to go home, lie was loo poor to
have two suits of clothes, so ho traveled
all that distance In his cadet uniform,
with the short tail coat. It was a Presi
dential campaign year, and he attened
a great mass-meeting, still rlad in his
gray uniform. One of the speakers
talked about the tyranny of the govern
rucut.the President's great white palace,
the golden spoons he ato out of, and tho
soft carpets he walked on. lie spoke
of that aristocratic place on the North
River where "wasp-waisted wampires"
were paid M a month and found for
" 'I'm one of 'cm,' said Joe, turning
to a man who stood by him; I'm one of
the w as p-w ,i in p i res. " '
"His remark was overheard, and ho
was boosted up to the stand. There
was a shout as soon a he was seen. The
orator wns silenced, and the crowd
shouted, 'If that's a sample give us
more!' The academy was on the verge
of dissolution in lMpi. I believe that
incident carried it through the crisis. "
Sew York Tun..
Cured by Laughter.
In a singular treatise on laughter
Joubert gives an instance that is of it
self laughable enough. A patient being
very low with fever, and the physician
in attendance being at a loss as to how
he should produce a reaction Irid or
dered a doso of rhubarb, but after tho
medicine hail been prepared, fearing its
debilitating ell'ects, the order wns coun
termanded Not long thereafter a i 't
monkey belonging to the patient, that
was in tho 'room all the while, seeing
the goblet In which the nurse had pre-
tiared tho rejected medicine still stand
ng on tho table, slipped slyly up, took
It in his hands, and touched it to his
lips. The lirst taste was probably nov
el, and he made a comical grimace, but
he disliked to give it up. Another sip,
and ho got tho sweet of the syrup. Aha!
His grotcsijuo visage brightened. Ho
cast a furtive glance around, ami then
sat quietly down, with the goblet grasp
ed (irmly ; and pretty soon ho had placed
it lo his lips and drank to tho dregs.
Perhaps there had been half a wine
glassful of syrup of manna not more
while the rhubarb had all settled. Hut
he had found it, and before he had fully
realized tho change of taste ho had
swallowed nearly the whole of the nau
seous dose. Mercy! What a face he
made over it! The sick man was spell
bound. Never in his life had he seen
anything so grotesquely and ridiculous
ly human! fho visngo of the disgusted
monkey was a study. It was 'a whole
volume of utter abomination and cha-
jrin. JIu ground Ids teeth, and nctual
y stampcilhls foot, as he had seen his
master do when in wrath. Then ho
tried to spit out the horrible taste, but it
seemed worse and worse. Anon tho cli
max came. He stood up, his e es (lash
ed, he grasped tho goblet by its slender
stock with all his might, shut his teeth,
and then, with a spiteful, vengeful snap
he hurled it with mad fury upou the
floor, and seemed entirely satisfied as he
saw tho thousand glittering pieces (lying
about. Never before had the sick man
soen anything equal to it The whole
scene.afl the circumstances -everything
about it appeared lo hlmso supremely
and comically ludicrous that he burst
into a tit of laughter that lasted until his
nurso came In to sen what was the mat
tor. And when ho tried to (ell her ho
laughed Again, more heartily, If possi
ble, than beforo laughed until ha sank
back exhausted sank back In a profuse
perspiration. The nurso anxiously
sponfod andwlpod his weeping skin; he
perspired and laughed again -until ho
slept; and when ho awoke the rouction
had come, tho fever had been broken,
and he wits on the sttro road to con v a
losconco. A writer In the Host-on Cultivator my t
truly! "Kvory boy, raised in iho country
should bo taught how to bud and graft
lie can thus Improve his father's orchard
and his mother's garden; and when in
after years ho becomes A landholder, ho
csa havo his place stocked with tho most
profitable fruits ami the choicest shrubs,
at a comparatively small expense."
W. P :,ABm, river editor of fns Bulletin
(ml siciiiuboat passenger agent. Orderi for ill
kinds or steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
il Uowor'i European Uotul. No. 71 Ohio levee.
Enterprising local agents wanted in this
town for an article that is sure to sell, live
druggists and grocers preferred. Address
Ilumiston Food Preservative Co., 73 Kilby
STAGES Or THB BIVKlt.
Ths river marked by the gauge at this
port last evening at 6 o'clock 20 feet 0 in
ches snd falling.
Chattanooga, July 80. IUvcr 1 feet 6
inches and falling.
St. Louis, July 80.-Uivcr 18 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 30 River 11 feet 10 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, July 30. River 5 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, July 30.-Iiiver 2 feet 4 in
Pittsburg, July 80. River 9 feet 4 in
ches and tailing. '
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C
R. R. and leave on her. return trip at 4 :30
The Wyormng from Cincinnati arrived
here Sunday morning at 4 o'clock. She
had a full load and left for New Orleans at
The beacon light steamar Joseph Henry
passed down for Memphis Sunday after
coon. The Annie P. Silver from St. Louis left
tor New Orleans last evening. She had t
The Jas. W. Gaff from Cincinnati passed
down for Memphis Sunday evening. She
was ahnut 14 hours behind time on account
of business and low water. She received
bout 30 tuns of freight here and left at 10
The Ella Kimbrouuh made an excursion
Sunday evening up the Ohio and the party
enjoyed themselves hugely.
The Vint. Shinkle from Memphis arrived
here Sunday 1 p. m. She received a good
number of cabin passengers mostly for
Louisville and Cincinnati.
The City of Vicksburg passed down for
Vicksburg Sunday night.
Tho Golden Crown from New Orleans
arrived here yesterday at 11 a.m. She
had a splendid trip both in freight and
people was drawing 6 feet water and
had as one item 100,000 feet of lumber,
nine days out from New Orleans and unless
a rise takes place in the Ohio, she will
have a tough time getting to headquarters.
The City ot Cairo from Vicksburg passed
up tor St. Louis last evening.
The Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis is due
at noon to-day and leaves here on her re
turn trip at 5 p. m.
The popular steamer Andy from Cincin
nati is due to night for Memphis. W. F.
Latubdio, Passenger Agent
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans is
due to-morrow for Cincinnati.
John Kuhu.of Lsfarette, lud., had a eery nar
row escape from duet h. Thin is bis own storv:
"One year ago I was in tbe lait stages of coniump
tion. Our beet physicians gave my cite up. I
Anally got so low that our doctor sd lroulun.it
live twuuty four hwura. My friends thej purchased
a bottle of Dh.Wm Hall's Balsam romm Lunik,
which henettlted me. I couliuued unHl 1 took
nine bottles. I tm now tn perfect health, having
used no other medicine."
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm Syrup
Instantly destroys worms, tnd removes tbe secre
tions ibat cause them.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
Tho DKST 8ALVR In the world for cut, bruises,
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter, chapped hand,
chilblains, corn, and all kind of skin eruptions,
etc. (let HK.NKY'8 CABHOI.IC 8ALVK, as all
others are but Imitations. Pi Ice :!5 cents.
Nutriment in Grain and Hay.
Corn is a fat producing food. Its fa
giving elements predominate so large
ly that it is not fitted for constant feed
ing, except to lay on fat at thu cost of
suffering loss to tho general animal sys
tem. It is hardly worth while to take
it into consideration as a nutritious food
and is wholly unfit lo feed exclusively
or in any great quantity to colts. It is
in no sense what the developing system
of a young animal needs. The viilue of
a food for this class of animals and for
animals that are heavily worked is in
tho protein they contain, and common
corn contains only from 8 to 14 percent,
of that In a thousand pounds, there
fore, corn may be fairly considered as
possessing a hundred pounds of nittri
mctit. Of course- we cannot wholly throw
away tho other elements as being use
less, but they nro so subordinate to the
one named in point of nutrition that, in
noticing a subject like the ono under
consideration, it Is not worth while to
attempt to determine their vnluo. Oats
will average larger in protein than corn
will, and are a pro-eminently nutritious
food, rs every one of experience knows.
They vary very much in tho proportions
of their olements, but an average lot of
oats is wprfFtioiiblo for fowl for horses
and colts than corn is, and that Is stilting
It quite mildly. Timothy avoragos about
6 percent, of protein, but Is valuable
also as furnishing bulk, the value of
which cannot be accurately estimated.
Feeble urchin: "I say, ma, my head
aches; I'm going to stay home from
school this afternoon." Solicitous ma
ternal ancestor: "Well, my dear, I'm
sorry, stay at home and rest. It may
do you good." Three hours later tho
foeble urchin rushed into tho house
with checks all aglow. "I toll you we
had a nifty game. Eighteen to lifteon.
I played snort-stop. Gltnruo suthln' to
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY
Monday Evening, July 80th, 1883.
The weather Is cool and raining and
prospects of its remaining cool of a few
diiys at least.
The market is light in some articles but
prices remain about tbe same.
FLOUR-Dull with good stocks.
HAY Market bare fair Inquiry for
choice. No demand for other grades.
CORN Stocks light with moderate de
mand. OATS Market dull and declining with
MEAL Price remain the same as at
BRAN Demand light little moving.
BUTTER Choice in good demand but
cot at high prices.
EGOS Active at quotations.
cniCKENS In fair demand, receipts
FRUIT Tomatoes, apples and water
melons, to which receipts are confined are
in good stocks. '
POTATOES Demand light and stocks
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK. The prices nere (risen are for sales from
first hands In round lots. An advance lo
charged for broken lots in fllllneorders.
200 blile various grades .........J 60R 00
50 hbli extra fancy A V)
5S bbls family 4 65
luubbls choice 500
lear choice small bales..
4 cars gilt edge
1 car mixed in bulk
1 car mixed in bulk.
Friday 1 car old bulk
1 car new c hot re bulk
Saturday I ear old balk
1 car new prime bulk.
W II BAT.
So. a Bed, per bn
No. it Medtterauean
5M hhtiCltr la lots.
W0 bbls City
. 1 652 TO
Wi pounds choice Northern ,
Ml" pounds choice Northern dairy.
500 pounds bom hern Ills, fresh...
400 doaen 9H
100 doxen fresh In cases 10
I.aigi' choice 15(10
6m.l. , l'i 00
4 coops bens ......... 3 OftS 60
Scoops young chickens 1 752 '
lil coops choice young chickens .1 7&2 23
50 boxes titnatoei .. 2.Vt.0
50 botes apples ... .
U boxes peaches 50
Oholcered i no
Choice yellow 2 00
New potatoes per bush.- 25ft35
New potatoes, per bbl 1 5"
Fc.rc.,.t 4 O u.5 i
Tub-washed... ,.,.. ., tftHr't
Fino unwashed .15118
Half do US
Plain Immi YWlX
H. C. Ham IS
Clv&r iidtid , ( ! im 1
8l(i es nono
St. Johns ; ' 15
Ohio River . 1 Of
2't bushel burlaps t
Pcnclius, halves ano o,uarler 4ffl6
Choice navy 25
Choice medium g no
Cholcp, '.Krolory tn
Cream. . ......,........... .m ......... 13
V V '20
II 1 1 Mri.
Calf, Oroun .,., 10
Dry Kllnt choice )au
Dry Salt ' ' ' jl
Green Halt a
I'him fJroon , ' " g
Sheep Jells,dry m'u'', tiMl50
Bheep Polls, jreon V,M5
Damaged Hide ' 0j
fiommon Lug a TMlH ,
GwuHuM 4 5o5mi
7;Ln , 4 7W M0
Medium Leaf S sort T fO
GorLaf. T5(K 8'fl
HATU8 OF KKBIUIIT.
Ora.n Hay Flour ft rk
u ... ewl rwt. yitM, hbl.
' Orleans,.. lu C7U is S7J
Hleue,Ark I5V4 90 SO 45
Vicksburg, ln 10 SO 45
way below Memphis, V,i WH 15 524j
A. II. Martin, Morrison, 111., layi: "Wo
feel perfectly safe In recommending
Brown's Iron Bittsrs to oar customers."
Breaking a Corner,
In tho early days' of Michigan, when
one dealer wus thu source of supply for
a large territory, a capitalist from the
East suddenly bought up all the Wibacco
and whisky to lo got hold of in tho
Stnto. There was no railroad commun
ication; it was winter, and there was no
navigation, and everything promised a
big prolit on the speculation. Prices
began to creep up nnd settlors to in
quire and protest, and the capitalist was
rubbing his hands nnd hoMingon, when
something happened. He was on his
way to church one Sunday when he was
seized by a band of tough-looking pion
eers and carried to the river, where a
hole already had been cut in the ice.
"What is the meaning of this?" he
"It means old prices fur whisky and
terhacker," replied tho spokesman.
They proceeded to enlighten him.
Two of tho bund gave him a duck into
tho water, and he was plunged in and
hauled out three times before he got hi
breath and said:
"Gentlemen, tobacco has taken a
"Give him some more!" said the lead
er, and into the freezing cold water he
went again. When they hauled him
out blue with cold and teeth chattering,
"And whisky is ten cents n gallon less
than the old price!" Wall St. Xews.
Work Given Out. On receipt of vnur
address we will make an offer hy which
you can earn $3 to 7 evening, at your
home. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. II. O. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
For seven years Alicn'B Brain Fond his
stood the strongest tests as to its merits in
enring nervousness, nervous debility and re
storing lost powers to the weakened gen
erative system, and, in no instance, lias it
evr r failed j test it. g 1 ; 0 for if 5. At
How foolish to he tryina all the new
medicines that come out ! Tho old stand
by, "Lindsey's Blood Searcher," is ull that
1 1 CM90
II A Vouns Men. Middle
I who suSr from early
a ill wno inner irom early
U Indiscretions will rind
"a W AUsn's brain Food ths
most powerful Intifrorant e?er introduced!
oaoe restored by it there is nn relaiiee. Try
it: It Derer fails. (1: 8 for V-At Drug,
(iits. orty mall from Allen's Pharmacy,
vj mail rrom Allan enarmacr,
no rim 1
Aven n s,
I I flA , Thsslnryof aman
I I LsMV1 hU strength. If yoo.
I J are weakened dowa
I Ll If through eicesnlTO
si ud v, or by early Indis
cretions, Allen's Brain Food trill perma
nently restore all loet vigor, and nrengthen
all the muwlesof iirain and Body. $ .tifor
(9 At Druggists, or by mall from Allen's
i -dhhiii ruuu
k Of the many reme-
I J V" dies before the public
I I rti tor N"c,u Debility
LLLII II and weakness of Nens
sw mm 1 v Generative System,
there Is none equal to Allen's Rrain Food,
which promptly and permanently reatnres
all lost vigors it never faila. SI pkg .Slnr
JJ. At Druggurta, or by mail from Allen's
- -BRAIN FOOD
I 11 HA For seren years Allenli
I I LsM'V" H'ein Food hassuioi
I I I" III the strongeet tens m
I I I 11 to Its menu In curing
I sr KervousneM, Nervous
Debility, and restoring lout powers ta the
weakened (iensrative System, snd, in no
mttance.huiteverfsiled: teetlt. Slid for
.V At Druggists, or by mail from Allen'i
nillask "Meno sana Inennwre
I I H ftl V sauo:" "A sound mind
I I H 111 X In a sound body" is the
I lL.ll 11 trsde mark of Allen's
saall W Brain Food, snd w as
sure) oar readers ttut, if diwiiilcd with
either weakness of Brain or Bodily powen,
this remdy will permansntly strengthen
both. SI. At Druggiets, or oy msiffrom
Nentons Shook, Nt. Vi
tus usnoe, frtntrallon,
Slid ell dilutees nl
Nerve Oensratlve Orirsnn. are all Derma
nently and radically cured by Allen's llrsln
Food, I h a great botanical remedy. 1 1 pkg.,
S for IS At Drugs n ta, or by mall from
oy, 816 1st
I I rilinbotanleal eitraes
I I I" 11 strsngUiens the Brsla
vnusnsse, Hsadtcha, unnstural lueses, snd
all weak nessof OenersMvs System 1 It never
fails, ft pk i for S.-At llriigginl", nr
by mall front Allen's fharuiacy. alt Flnl
Allen's Drain Food
IlSl'meliin brings Msii
kllld numiisrleM all-
them era NurvnumieM.
Nervous Debility and unnatural wesknru
of UeneraMve (frgauit Allen's llrsln Fooij
suooenfnlly overi'oines these) truulliS Slid
restores t li su Merer to h Is former vigor, SI.
At Drug-em mm em mm ssstAK
M IN rUUU
Lveiiun, New York Ultv,
Stats A Monrua Sli..ClilcAgo
Will ern l 14-1,111 1 In miy a.l.lt IheU
, BAND OAT Al Oulirt,
for tx vim ti-, iu l.iiirft.inir)
of lniriiMiii Kill 1 1 IWu.
lmpisi, rimi'l'it, r-t..swij
llau, Sunlf H llulfiM, hatwnng
Murll,l elerlii'iMtMrn.'iln a4
nkM tm Annhw lUu-.sea St si !'
et vms wia ieua
11 1 1
1 Magaj ' -. -1-1 -
kkw drops applied to the snrfara will PSltnXMmVaX
ind ftlinnst In.tnntiy oai Tiwiii , 2.Vil.r?.Mt'tOthe)Vsjr Bone),
1-.1 " .. - '" Cn?a cf Hhmmattm, Spralne. Brnlseiw.
Mill Jolata, Nenraiula, Laiuc Back, Crampa, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat. Pains in ihn Llmhi or la knv f.urt i 11,., u.,ul.
r,nu in i-.utii y niiiviMiiiiiin nir an
L, ...T..ii..TiTiTITTT.r ..JT.rt ZT7i
.vuiiiuK a (kiiuiiui luuiuim avunuiaiiv. pen pittpii Mmanfic.
Ask your UnigKlst for It. Prfco (50 cts por bottle
rrojiured only by JACOB S. MXRRELL,
W.olottle Dmgfglst. 8T.
TIltED ALL OVER.
What Rested anil Kofroslicil a Weary
Man in Memphis.
"No, II nuvnr nmiiunti d to an acute pain, but con
Inucrl to tie a dull weary arhe in thu email of ray
back," wrl'i-s Mr. Janus ihomaH, of No 6U Madi
son strui-t, Memphis Tnnn. ' Tuis wes an oid ex.
pi'rlutice, and lile became dull music. 1 wns tired
all over, with pain In the lower limbs, and a habit
"JJ'UK wake of nluhts. Krrontly 1 Irl-d one of
HENSoN'H t'AI'l'INB I'i'HOUB PLASTEBS and
was decldi-dly rellfved within twenty-four h nirs.
It may have been I'rovldence that did the werk.
hut I kIvo the credit to IlL-nsun's porous plaster "
Mr. Thomas' reverential idea dooe him credit, bnt
I'rnvld.nce works by amls,- and emuuir them
Henson s plaster ranks first as an external remedy.
It acts quickly In relief aud healing, and mndere
life better worth living, l'rlce a couts. I.nnk In
tbe middle of the piaster for the word CAPCINE
Ask your physician abont it,
Scahury & Johnson, Ouenilsts, Hn York.
NOT BOOKS OK MAGIC, but cholco, classic lite,
raturu, at price so low as to mako the old tlme
lllilllf.hllLUFI Mitk. 1 1 is n A Knnt . r-
orhilf a million voiu'mua now lit) 1 A i lS D
reeny; sent anywhere fur cxsmliiatlon before pay
ment, on evidence of Rnod faith. NOT sold by
ll.'Hl lira n.ir.ta Innlna .1U -In.. . r.....
... . ... ,., , v , w n , mi inuu V niRiuuud lien,
JOIINB.AI.DKW, Publisher. 18 Vesoy HI..N. Y
PARK Kirs GINGER 'WI0
Ont'e Tewted Always Preferred!
This creat remedy hns won Its war to the hlirh-
est place In the esteem ol the most Intelligent peo-
iiu. i nere are oany recruits lo its host ol irlcnns.
ts performance is Invariably
BETTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It gives tone and power. Fur complaints of tho
Kiilnuys, lloweli. Stomach, liver and Lungs for
k,1 the nubile, troubli s uf women and fur those
bodily dloonler induced by anxiety, care and
iii.eniiii eiraiu, us enecis win surprise and cnirm
you. It l t ot an esse cent sinner. Delicious to
he palsie. an antidote to Iho Uiiuiir habit, and ex
ceedingly helpful to the aged and feeble, file, aud
11. in sizes. HlhU"X a tu., ficw toik
ANO LACK VITAL ENERGY?
snd ourother Klectroual
viinlo nnd Miunetlo Aiill
snees end Onrments are a
mire cure fur Nervoutliebll
Ity, Piiralyals, Itlieumetlsm
K lli'i") 'lluiuntlon, Loss
uf Vital twrgr, Overwork
ed Unil n, Weak Heck, Kid
ney. Liver, and htomaoh
enmiiitlntM, nnd nreeditpt
ed t 1 11 UK 11 Sr.x. These
very lule.t Ira.
Iiroved, and en
from belt suud sll
i)tbr, hi they
Holds, caanlnB no
sonis, nur Irrlta
Una nftbe skin
w - iwii w worn ni
. U I work ne well a
aliie to wearer.
ent stages of sll
Is of lieuiiiit. 1 lMs for MEN ONLY at oooe reach
the seat ol iliM.iinii. ai they aet direi't uimid ervone,
Miieeiilnr, and lnerntlre denters, siwillly reelnrlng
the vilulil)-wlileli l Lleetrli it) drained from thesrs
tni by en nas or liiUiMreiloiis, Ihey thus In a natural
way ovxrcnm the wealomee nil hunt drilling the stoni
ai'h. They will eure uvery case iihorl of atruetural d
ganerittlun, and we are irepnied to furnish the ninet
emehatlo ami abmlute iinaif to siitiorti ear claims,
lllustraied i'.i niblt Free.orseiitsualeil for So ostage
CsMUlUtlca I AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
frit Invited f 3 1 2 N. 8th St.. 8t. Louli.rrl-
Isrinta t rlu m ph of science, but Is reHullon
through the Instinct ol the untutored ssvsge, and
Ik a c iinpletu Hiitlilote to all kinds of Uluod I'ulsoo
anil Pkln Humor.
Swift'i Hpei'lilc bus cured me of H'TnfuU, which
Is h reilliurv In my fumily. I hnvo suffered with
II fur Hutu y yenrn, und hnvn tried a gruai, ninny
ph s rlsns iinil nil hit's if trentmetil, bit to lo
pnrpiH"! unit wh- n 1 began tu take Swllt's hp lillo
I was in a Kiirrible ciitnlition; but tbsnks to this
gr. at r nii'd , I am rll of til" illeiiu, There Is
tindi.iilil t si II In the rreut si iiiiiillrine In exist
cure, iiml I liniie any who doubt will wilt tome.
K. U. HAWKS, lit.,
After suireriiig twetitv llve years with a painful
Itryleltnr. iimiI trying many physicians, 1 was at
last relieved by thu tints of Swift's Hpeclilc, and I
clicer ully recumuieud It to all similarly sfllicted.
v. I. II. UKASIIAM.
will be paid to nnv f'li' iri t who will fiiol m
ai'S'V'lii of UK) hntllee 8, H, h., r.ne ntl '.' nf
M'Tcuiy, loillilo I'lilssaliiu , or any inltu riil lib
TIIKHWUfTHl'Si IPK3 10.,
lr.iwer:i. Alistita, Oa.
f'rllu fur Hie llillu IIuiik, wh.cli will be
mailed fi no.
Pr'i u! Hn'iill sine. II Ol per hoille, Large sire
(holding ilniili ii fjuatitiiylgl 7 1 boltlr, All drug'
glslHell II. H
in tlw Shu frnm ii ilir 'lon., nr...i nr elbvr suets Ira
wstk, snnarmt. I" telillnl, li)timllr itrslnrl. sad siiakssss
lerSirm UAi's ilisllee .r.M.rlr, cm Iw eM.riitnly en4 sersia.
aenklr rnl, etlliiixl i.iiiih mitlelni.e riclnrml Iit i iMsss.
eaalewM sn4 iiir in.i. Th Mnitmt MVnWy urii.TbasM
Esaerirrstins -veruii ireuiiny, 'nysiejii irre
wbnlirauiiN-lni i.i I UK M Kun I ON Ylltl.li
ewrleas ra.es 'h' l n rrruin rr unrsilnn n toil u4 mmw
Ikes ssanhiiiiil. K.mt'l". einiiivs, oltsulvi ulnsaas, teal
kttrll. I'' '11111' III"" Ih I'llt'inLlI rtus,
HasUTUN iii:.u:if mu sr. ui. at. tarfe
pasdllf rsxtortHl by lbs bn of titmUnl Tramt
mtmtt which trmiiu,llf eaisi XrMsa thil
1(7, &M YlrllU. rtsllllN PsMMaia4
all kipublM irlslni fwia ovswosk and minis.
staaasvWssrvilkUlsia mails. swgw.byss
'KM J J
Ssss WUWIm Ms Csassas.
t c'vumtteiwii vuur
oscd mostly of Essential Oils,
rtie most penetrating Mnlment
imiiis iu me ooomacn ana Bowels
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By addrefslng OR0. I". ltOVv-ELL & CO., 10
Spruce St., ew York, can lrarn tbe exact eostof
any proposed line of ailverllrlug In American
Newspapers, trioo page Pamphlet Wcenti.
PORT GRAPE WINE
rvma ( KLEHUATEU NATIV11W1NE Is made
a from the Juice nf the Oporto Orape, raised lo
this count y. its tuvalunblo tonic snd strength
ening propertiee are uusurpassed bv any other
Native Viuu. lining the pare Juice of the Urape,
produced under Mr. Speer's own personal supervi
sion, its purity and gunalm nesi, are guaranteed
Tht votinest child may partake of Its gutierom
qualities, aud Hie weake-t invalid use it lo advan
tage. It Is particularly boiiettdal to the aged and
debilitated, and suited tu the various nilmunts that
affect the weaker set. It is In every respect A
WINK TO UK HE!. I E( ON.
Speefs P. J. Sherry.
Tl.o I. J. SIIKKHV Is a wino of Superior Char
acterand artakesof Die richqual ties of the grape
from wh rti It is iiindo For i'urlty, ltlrhness, fla
vo anil Medicinal Properties. It will be loand un
Speer'M r. J. Brandy.
This nilANDY utande nurtva'cd In this Country
hoiiigfar superior for medicinal purpose!. It Is a
ptiredietllUiljii Iro u thu grupe. snu eoniitns val
uable nieillrtnal properties. Ii has a delicate llv
vor. slinilnr to that of Ihe nii"s, from which it Is
distilled, aud ts In great favor among first-class
rauillles. ree that tbe signilure of AIJfRKD
HI'KKK, Palc, W . J Is over tho cork of each
Sold Bv PAUL SC1ITJH
AND BY DKCOUIHTH KVKRYWHx'RK.
617 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular fe)l unre of twe medical
enllegi i, hai been longer engaged In the treat
ment of ( 'Uremic, Nervous, IMcin nnd
lllooil Hhr.i.i s than any other phvslelan In
Hi. Louis as city papers eliew nnd ail old reil.
dents know. on.uliatlon t nrtleeor ky mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When It Islneimveiiliiuttovlslt
Iho city .or treatment, medli'lues ran he sent
by mallor 1'xprens everywhere. Curable raaet
RiiarauU'i'il; where douhl exists ills frankly
stated. Call or Write. '
Hervous. Prostration, Debility, Mental snd
Physical Weakness, Mercurial snd other
afloctloni of Throat, Skin tnd Bonis, Blood
Impurities tnd Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Soraa ard Uleera, Impedimentt to
Marri?ge, Rheumatism, Filns. Special
attention to emeu from over-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES reoeivo special attention.
Dheasei arising from Imprudeneea, Eicessea
Iadulgoao? or Exposures.
It IS self-evl.lent (hat a tibyslelan paying;
particular mention to acla of eases attains)
great Hklli, and plivleluin In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, frcouetitly
recommend csneatolhe oldest i. dice In America,
where every known siplliiiiie Is resorted to.
Slid the iirov.l (jmiit ri-me'di"" of all
sires ami countries are lined. A whole house Is
li.ed forolllee piinn-ea, ami sll sretrraled with
skill In a reipei'tful tiiniiiieri ami, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made. On sc.
count of the great number applying, the
charges are kept low. often lower than Is
demanded by nllier If oil secure the ski1!
suit get speedy and pril'ci'l lit.' cure, tliat.U
the linporlant tiislter. rsuiphltt, 30 pauefc,
sent to any tddress free.
plaus, i MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages,
Elegant cloth iik.I gilt binding, Sealed ftirM
cents In petage or currency. Over lift y won
nVrriil pen picture, true to life, arlleleson the
following suliees. W tin may marry, who not;
why lrriinerigeiinim. Who marry Jrsr.
aanhooil, Woiiisnhoiel. ritvilcal decay, who
should ninrcy. Mow life and happiness msy be
increased. Tlne miirrleil or coiitniidallii(
piarrvlug lioiild read It. It oimlit lo be read
iiy all S'lull persons, ilien kepi under lock and
key. ropiilaredll inn, foime os above, but psf
rover snd (supnge emits by mull, In iuoikot
Any nousokecper In the laud can repatrthe Cook
Stove put In new Fire Hacks, new Oratei ind new
Unlngt-br ntltig BOIIZHSTOIC'S
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Hold by sll IlSrdwart snd Store Deileri,
Pawn Ton Ctwrrt.tas, Manufactured only Df
Dchenok AdJnutabU Fire Bark Co.,
6'i Vearborn Street, t blrago.
Konrosona, (new .Vorvo-Mfti, Htrennth snd
Vlgol I is ii ponillvn resliiI'lillMI forthn L;aa of
Manly VUor In Younar. Middle-Aged and
Ulil Men, no mutter Imin v, bill cunse. In Mer
voiia Pobtlitv. Eahauatlon, Impotenojr,
Be ro trial Weakncaa. aud k mil red ullini'iiCs.
I his bttndartt Remeily is Acortaln cure, and
to nil such suHerers, who setttl a statement ot
their trouble a (iimtitlty snnielent to prot j Its
virtus win ne lent rraa oruost. Aimress.
SrsEit's Port Qpape Wine !
FOUR I'EATiS OLD.