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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1683,
$200 A TEAS
CAN RE SAVED
IN THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
bytbunau of It k I Maiinus, Tho IIiiiiiIkIou Kood
Preservative. It preserve Mcut, Pish, Milk,
Cream, Eggs, and all kinds of Anlml Kuud f-uali
and sweet fur wuuka, even In thu bottuat weather.
Thla can 1 proved by the testimonials of ban
dreds who have trld It, You can prove It for your
self for 50 cons. You will Hurt Hint Ihl U an arti
cle whlcti will aave yon a great dual of 1001117.
No Spoiled Meat.
N"o Htolo JOjis.
It will keep them fresh ai.d sweet Tor many days
and does not Impart the slightest foreign tnct to
the ftJilcluwtn-atiid. It la no almplu in operation
(bat a child can follow ihe directions, la aa harm
less an ni t and costs only a fraction of a cent to a
pound of meat, Orb, butler or chuean or to a quart
of milk. This Is no liu uj huir ; it la endorsed hy
aucb men aa Prof. Ham'l W.Johnson ol Yale Col
lege, hold liy druggists and urocera hainple
pound fuut prepaid hy mall or express (aa wu
prefer) on receipt of price. Name your ex pro
office. Vlandine brund for meat; Ocean Wave for
flab and sea-food; bnow rlai.o for milk, butter and
cheese; AnllKcrmcnt, Anti-Ely and Anti-Mold. UK
per lb. each. Pearl for cream ; Ojiccn for eggs,
and Aqua Vltae for flild extracts, pur II). each.
71 Kllby til , lloston, Mm.
1- or aale by 7.ti d Awl m
The Daily Bulletin.
Hon. Coluiiilmi IM.mo, of Ohio, is
now iin cxlru.iivo wool grower.
Suicides an; nniiii'iDiis, nnd tlm oiimj.s
sci'in li hi: im.T'.'Hsinjr.
Two Htar-roulu jurors have (.'(imineiic
e lniiMin new houses.
Sonus English swells wear hi ays, nul
several well known in .society rouge
their silly checks.
It is ai.l that.', l.ju watches are man
factureil in this country every Hoiking
day in tin year.
A Wiscfin-.in firm i,-vcr in a hell of
actual lire for sinners has littod up his
cellar with painted Uames, Wooden de
mons, and other horrors. Here lie
takes his children fur whipping.
Florida constructed more miles of
railroad last year than any Southern
State except (ieoria; and at her pres
ent rale of railroad building sho will
discount Georgia this year.
Tho Washington eorrepondenlof the
Albany Journal "ays that Mary t'leni
mer Ames ami her new husband, Ed
ward Hudson, look like a beni 'iiant old
aunt and Iter nephew, the husband be
ing many years thu younger of the two.
Tho names adopted by (Jhitiaiuei. in
this country are men? trading names -noma
de guerre taken for the occa
sion. Thus, Sam Lee means "three
profits" and Wall Lee "united profits."
Sing Sam means "keep your eye on
me, ' and Wan Lung means "I'm not
There is one thing at Niagara for
which no charge is made, and that is
the nightly illuminations at the I'alls,
which is one of the ihd-i fairy-like and
tK'autiful scenes that can b imagined.
It breaks the hearts of Niagara people
to think the illumination cannot bo
For a. period of forty-four years none
of the men employed m a dermaii ul
tramarine factory had been observed to
Miller from consumption. The immu
nity of the employes is at'ributed tothe
constant production of sulphurous acid
by the burning of sulphur 11; the course
of the making of the ultramarine.
Tho livery -stable keepers of St. Louis
are about to publish in pamphlet form
for their own information a "black
list" of the ciiizeus whose uutoin they
don't want men who omit to pay their
bills, men who have an unfortunate
habit of breaking vehicles, and "cock
neys who kill thin horses of a Sunday,"
as Dr. Holmes sas.
Mr. Emerson wrote to a friend in is
29: "I suppose that prosperity is al
ways dangerous, especially for the very
young. In college 1 used to echo an
ejaculation of my wise aunt: 'Oil,
blessed, blessed poverty!' when I saw
young men of line capabilities, whose
onlv and fatal disadvantage was
Superintendent Hinsdale of the Cleve
land .schools, in a recent address said
that "the heart of American education
beats below the high-school line," anf!
that "to strengthen mid deepen the ed
ucation of the pupils in tho lower
grades tho real common schools
stands first among the educational
needs of the time."
Women on tho other side of the At
lantic have summoned the moral cour
age to mount, the tricycle, and they ac
quire great proficiency in the manage
ment of the steel steed. A number of
English women are said to have tra
versed in this manner M miles during
tho last cycling season, greatly to the
benefit of both mind and body.
Several largo tarantulas were caught
at Fort Seldon, N. M., and deposited
upon their backs on an tint bill. The
way these busy little pests have of "got
ting away" with a "rantler" is no bot h
er to them. It generally takes from
ten to lifteen minutes only for them to
deprive a tarantula af his legs and car
ry them down below. w (irtiik
1 Ion rv. Ruckle, the historian of Eng
lish civilization, played chess as a pas
time, but sneered "at the notion that
chess was nny test -of. intellectual ca
pacity, and classed it as a special gift,
like pianaforto playing or liddling. lie
knew the world, and his experience was
that tho intellectual average of pian
ists, chess-players and fiddlers is not
A. Detroit justioo holds that If tho
oaek door of a l'npior saloon is "closed"
on Sunday, even if it is unlocked and
can bo roadily opened from the outside,
the law is not, broken. Tho proverbial
Philadelphia lawyer will bo obliged to
hido his diminished head if many re
ports of this sort eomo to them from
the smart" West.
lloston raises some awfully ulnar,
men. Thero was one tho other day
who tried tho experiment of ridding his
carpets of moths by sprinkling them
liberally with naptlia. Then ho lighted
tho gas, and had an explosion violent
euough to burn off his liair and beard,
smash the. furniture, and tiro thuhou.se.
Just at present tho man is not bother
ing about little things like mollis.
A fact that should be borne In mind
by those engaged in hnr.su training is,
that the horse has a very acute faculty
for understanding and interpreting tho
tone of tho voice. If you talk confi
dently, tho animal acquires confidence;
if your voieo shows fear, he notices It
ami is afraid. Talk kindly to your
horse and be sure that lie understands
the meaning of the tone if not of the
The faculty of recollecting faces and
facts is of great value to the politician,
but, while many claim it, few really
possess it. Justice Harlan, of the Su
premo Court, has it in a wonderful de
greo; Governor Hamilton, of Maryland,
hm long been famous for it, and one of
the great elements of the hold which
Representative Talbott, of Maryland,
has upon his constituents is said to be
in the fact that he knows by name al
most every man, woman and child in
A handsome German girl, fresh from
Khinoland, was up lie fore a New Jersey
justice on a charge of desertion.
Through an interpreter she said she
didn't know sho was married, the old
Dutchman claiming her having told her
that was the way servants were hired
in this country. The learned justice
said it made no difference what she
thought; sho was married anyhow, and
must obey her husband. She at once
declared site would return to Germany,
where no fellow could marry her with
out her knowing something about it.
Joaquin Miller, after hesitating some
time whether ho would become a dude
or a Socialist, appears to have gone oil
011 the latter tangent. He is demand
ing that tho fences around Stuyvesant
Park be torn down. "Do you want to
fence up the pure airr"' he shouts,
somewhat extravagantly. Certainly
not. He calm and reasonable. There
is no fence around Madison Park. Go
up there and sit on a bench, and live on
peanuts and play with the children.
Then mayhap you may become a poet,
or a philosopher or something. Since
Joaquin Miller has become a newspaper
man ho carries a daily paper in his hip
pocket and two Huston papers stuck in
ids wampum belt, and goes about look
ing for gore liko tho untamed corres
pondent of the plains.
General Robert E. Schenek appointed
tho present General Crook to West
Point. Speaking of the matter recently
bo said: "I had looked over the dis
trict to find a bright lad lo nominate to
West Point. I finally remembered that
Squire Crook, a fine old Whig fanner,
and a friend of mine, had two boys,
ami 1 sent word for him to come to
Dayton. He came in, and I inquired
if he had a snare boy he'd like to send
oil' to West Point. "After studying a
while he said he did not know but he
had. I suggested that he send him in.
The boy sent wascxecedingly uncommu
nicative. He had not a stupid look but
was quiet to reticence. He did not seem
to have the slightest interest or anxiety
about any proposal. I explained to
him the requirements and the labors of
the military schools, and finally asked
him: 'Do vu think voti call conquer
all that?' His monosyllabic reply was
'I'll try.' And so I sent him, and he
came through fairly."
Dr. It. If. Stockwell, of Michigan,
treats thu raccoon as an animal injuri
ous to Agriculture, and writes as follows
in the Am. Ayrkiillurid for August.
The raccoon is described as a noctur
nal animal, while in truth all hours of
the day or night are pretty much the
same to it. Its shrewdness, however,
leads it to seek the cover of darkness,
while experience has taught that fish
ing is attended with much belter res ul us
when practiced in the shadowy and un
certain light of the moon. I have ob
served it 'at different hours during the
day skulking along the margin; of
streams, hunting for frugs and turtles,
or stalking the wild duck and her brood,
and even feeding in the maize fields.
In one inMance the writer caught a
coon invading cautiously the well
stocked poultry yatd at high noon.
Where only high or dry woodlands
or broad expanses of prairie prevail, the'
raccoon is seldom cneouuiered, save as
a rambler. Low, moist grounds, with
lofty trees, are preferred, like the well
wooded swamps and lagoons of the
South; while to the northward, forest
slopes, bordering lakes and ponds, or
traversed by brooks or rivulets, are se
lected. Tho purely evergreen forests of
tho North rarely shelter it, since nuts,
acorns, and other mast are an impor
tant factor in tho problem of life at cer
tain seasons of the year. Hence its
presence therein must bo held as acci
dental. Hut wherever tho coon is
established, it wanders over wide
stretches of territory in summer, often
niile9 away from ils home, absenting
itself for days and even weeks, especi
ally during thu wooing season. It is
during such excursions that it is met
with in tho open prairie, being led
thereto, presumably, in search of
grouse, plover, and other feathered
creatures and their nest.s, along with
mice, hares nnd gophers.
North of Ohioand Indiana tho raccoon
hibernates in winter, but rarely, if ever,
in lower latitudes. Hut even in his ex
treme northern habitat, tho habit is by
no means general or constant, as with
tho bear, but appears rather ns assumed,
to correspond with diminished food
supply. In Northern Michigan 1 have
found them racing over tho snow on
bright mid-winter days, while with tlm
advent of extreme cold or stormy
weather, it retired again to lu peculiar
sleep in the recesses of ils lair. At the
same period, a pair held in confinement
and abundantly supplied with food, at
110 time exhibited any tendency towards
hibernation, though constantly refusing
admission lo their kennel of all articles
looking to increased warmth, prefer
ring to make their beds upon the naked
boards. Even during the coldest days,
when tho thermometer was down In tho
twenties below zero, tho advent of a
tub of water whs heralded wilh nianl
fest delight, In tho.cold water of which
they would paddle and play, and push
tho ico about until welted to the skin.
Tho Viceregal carriage, with its cav
alry escort, the officer riding by tho
door with his drawn sword, ami the car
of tho detectives following, Is a familiar
sight in Dublin. Police protection,
however, shows lately signs of being on
W. V :.AniiiN. river cdilor of ma ftm.i.KTiN
and steamboat passenger agtiiil. Ordere for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Uowor'i European llotul. No. 71 Ohio luve.
STAGES OK TUB HIVKK.
Tlm river marked by the gauge at this
port i'lht evening at 0 o'clock 19 feet 0 in
cht'H and fulling.
Chattanooga, Aug. 1. l.iver 1 feet 6
inches and falling.
St. Louis, Aug. 1. Hiver 19 feet 2 in
ches and rising.
Cincinnati, Aug. 1. Hiver 14 feet 5 in
ches und rising.
Louisville, Aug. 1.--Uiver (i feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Nashville, Aug. 1. Hiver 3 feet Q in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Aug. L River 0 feet 3 in
ches and tailing.
The Gus Fowler (mm Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C
H. R. and leave on her return trip at 4 :30
Tho Hudson is due this evening from St.
Louis for Shawnee town.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
passed down for Vicksburg last night.
The City of Hitton Rouge is duo to night
Tho U. P. Hchenek from New Orleans is
over duo and will arrive early this morning
on her way to Cincinnati.
Tho Andy Iiaum had a tusst l with a sand
bar just above Evunsville, and was about 12
liouis behind time when our river column
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati is also
over due for New Orleans. Sho has had
some of the same trouble that tho Brum
TheJas. W. Gaff will report here this
evening on her way to Cincinnati. This is
her last trip this season as the Buckcje
State will take her place.
The J. II. llillmau from Nashville is due
to-night and leaves here on her return trip
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
The Belle Memphis from VicksburS
passed up last night with a good trip.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache. Toothache,
Nor Tlirwnt. -llhii. Mprnlua, Itrulaca,
iiirii. nrai,i. r ri mica,
in All. Ol II I. U IIOIIII.Y I'tIM Oil tllH.
Sold bj Drusl! itt'l tfI.T ewrvl,,r. Kiflj Ceut ft bottle.
Ohnjtt.in. tu II l.fttitittiff"!.
TIIK4 HtKI.M A. XK.Il.t II rt
IIWNMUi. IUUIU.I. '-UJ Uiltlyii.rr. a J.. I.N, 4
otuttr' Stomach Jlittcra, hy increasing vital
power.au rendering tnu pliyetcal inucttnna re
ular and active, keep the ayMem In good work
inif. order, and pmU'cte It aimlnai diet'S'e. Fur
ctinailpallon, dyspepaU and liver complaint
uiTvuutint'M, Kinney ana inuumai.c niimeuu, it la
InvaltniMe, and It alYorda a auru defence aualnat
mularlnl fuvera, healdt'i removing all truces of
turn uipt-au irum ine avail ni.
For aale by all Omunlata and Deiilura aenurally.
AMONG THE LADIES
Tho brilliant, fasciniiling
1 ints of Complexion for which
Indies strive are chiefly arti
ficial, and all who will take
Ihe trouble may (secure them.
I'Iicno roseate, hewitchliiff
lines follow the use of lliisan'.s
Magnolia Jlnlm a delicate,
harmless and always reliable
nrf iclo. Sold by all druggists.
I ho Magnolia Halm con
ceals every blemish, removes
Nallowness, Tan, Kedness,
Kruntions, all evidences of
excitement and every imper
fection. Its cfTects nro Imniediato
nnd so nuturiil that no human
being can detect its application.
Prevent Torost Tim,
Thero is a great loss every season by
Individuals owning wood lots, and to
the public, from curelcssuess or design
in handling lire. Inthosiimiucrdrouths,
the leaves anil fallen limbs become liko
tinder, ninl the cigar stump or emptied
pipe, the brands from a camp-fire or
picnic party, are enoirgh to kindle a
great conflagration. Ejr,.s im. (.f,,,,.
Marled from the nparks of a railroad
engine, from carelessness in burning
brush, or from mischievous boys, just
to see the blaze. There is 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 loss lo
the owner of the foreat burnt over, in
trees killed, in fue Mini fei s consum
ed, ami in the vegetable wealth of Icav
es n rid mould burned ami dissipated.
The forest does not recover, as when it
is cut with the ax. It remains for years
a blackened desolation in tho land
scape. In most cuscs, tho whole neigh
borhood .suil'crs from the reduetioii"of
the area of furc-d, already too small to
husband the rain fall, mid' project, t,0
springs ; and rivulets, that feed the riv
ers. This great public evil should have
the immediate attention of all our law
makers. Amvriiutn A'irifulturUt for
Axed Man, and all Mn
who aulfor from rly
IndtNcrotiona will ana
Yntlnff Mnit. Mirldl.
Alltin'a lir.in Food th.
moat Dowerful tnvicorant .Tur tntrudueM'
once motored hy it there l no relapno. Try
ill It nev.r faila. Hi 6 for (5. At Drug-
Kiaia, or vr mail irom Alien, enarmacr,
tiy mall from Allen. I'harmacir,
Aten a e,
I a,A ,Tbealoryofamani
I I L M " V hl airenatb. It v m
I I rll r weakuued dona
LLIl U through eioea.ivo
etudy, orbresrly intlia
cretlona, Allen's Brain tood will perma
nently reatore all lost vigor, and ntrengthin
all the niiiwli'aof Brain and IMy. ( . 6 for
S At JjruKttiBta, or by mail from Allun j
HUl Of the many reroa.
Ill ml 111 diea before the publio
I I WDi f"r Nervous Debilily
I I I ! 1 1 and weakneaaof Nerve
there is none equal to Allen'a Brain Food,
which promptly and permanently restores
all loot viKori it never fails, ft pkg.,6for
f 5. At DrUKHiats, or by mail from Allen's
::- DHHII1 fUUIJ
1 1 ruioi
1 1 M For seven years Allen'a
7V Brain Food has stood
I I fin A "'e strongest tests is
I I I ! IB to Its merits In cumin
Debility, and restoring lost powers to the
weakened Generative System, and. in no
instance, hmiteverfsiled; tstit l;lfor
5 At Druggists, or br mail from Allen &
DruginaU, or or mail from Allen t
cy, 315 1st I
I I L eano:" "A sound mind
I I I wA In a sound body" is the
lla 1 trade mark of Allen's
w Brain Food, and we as
eure onr reader! that, if diMati'iied with
eitner weakness of ilrsin or liodiiy powers,
this remdy will permanently strengthen
both. At Druggists, or by mail from
A I I .nl. -
cy, Sift 1st
Debt 1 It v. Neuralgia.
Nervous Shock, ht. Vi
tus Dance, Prostration.
mnii ll Hi.AM.MflS nf
Nerve Generative Organs, aro all perma
nently ana radioaiiy curea ny Alien s nrain
6 for' 5 At Druggists, or by mail from
AlllO'lsKSk ail MST4T.
At Druggists, or by mail from
cy, 316 1st I
Allen's Brain Food
strengthens the Brain
and positively euros
Nrvnus Dohilitv. Ner
vousness, Headache, unnatural losses, and
all weaknesaof Generative Hystem ; it nevi'r
tails, f 1 pa., 6 for f s. At urugjriais, or
by mail from Allen'a Pharmacy, 310 First
1 1 CiM'Q!
kTHseaae, Propensity anal
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I I IB 11 menta, foremost among
asrhem are Nervousnewt.
ikind numberless ail
fiervous Debility and unnatural weakness
of Generative Organs; Allen a Brain Food
aueoesafully overcomes these trotiblea and
resiorestne sutterer to uie lormer vigor.
lev. 316 1st
Itvunuu. mw nrk t;,,v.
A BlfTk M
AO thott mho rrom Indlicretlonii, eir-nes nr etaer osnssi are
wstk, unn-rvml, -t.lrltwl, physically drslnfl, slid uuJl.l.
fwriorm iirr. iliMles er(i"Tif, csn iw uw,iiuiy
asolly our-il, willmm luint.ih tii-illelo,'. fCmlnrae.1 bydiNitors,
ttlDlstsrs .nil the .n-.. Aa "icul HVri'v yi: "TtMold
aluortre.ilnf . poii- KeMlllj. l'hy.lc-1 leT, e-,
It wholly .up-r...,, nv I UK M VltM'ON ItOl.l H.wk
BsaidrM etisea N orcert.ln rentor.tlnn lu full nd Mr,
fWt smnhnoil. Sim,.I-. rrtirtive, olr.nlr, lileu-nU awst
fHr.Mii. ('rnti".i'nii iHM'i'y-'flsn rt-s.
AJtUTON KKtlKDiT CO. 46 W. Wit St, Raw larks
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
tHKfTl'.. SJd year opetiR Heptemliur Villi.
Btilldiiii; new. Superior appointments) t'ivll Kn
Ktneerllii;. fhemlcal, t'olliylalo, KtiKlleb Cooraea.
Clrculiiranf P. W. Hanliiy, Ksq., W. P. lUllblay,
Esq .orof ful. TUEO. UTATT, I'res't.
Itfoiiticello Ladies' Seminary,
OUUFltKY, NfADlsoN COUNTY, II.!,.
Opcim Kepteniber an. Pirstclusa. school. One of
i ii v tiniest in uie west, i.ncuiiun neanny aim un
Hi'lill'til. Superior advaiitaues for EneU-li and
Clasali iil Kdticatlon, with Music, Orawinii, Paint
niitand Motlern l.tmu'liues. Annlr, for caialouuu,
to Miss U. N. I1ASKK1.L, Principal.
Rlnlo A Mnnrnn r.l. .Rhlcaeo. -J i
Will, -ml neimll lusiiv s.Wt-n llislr
BAND CATALOCUe, I
tor ls.l. ihi hu'. 'I" K"nr.ins
r IIMWIUWU, MIIU, t 1H,
IMmwipi, Ftwil-n, t'.-l-ni
ll-u, aumliy uuinw, --".
MMrtil,, !- Iscliiil In.usi lie. i,l If
frUM Tor A isJ.v iwDda, mm v-wm-w
I. , . -saiaaaaaaaaa.Knnvvn. no conocntrated that a
kkw iiitoi H applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone.
:u.d a moat Instantly RBLICVI PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing
nor dlaoolor the Bkln, or lonve tUHOKroouhlo oftfcts of any kJml. It
m--.,.Al,l..rtim v,nrftor Uhenmatiam. Sura ns. Rtnf.m
Stitf Joint, Neuralgia, Lame Book, Crknipa, looth-Arhe.
Sin.'. Tt, ra f Pnln- In . 1, n T Am Tu nr Ilk liliv flurt ..I ,1... l..u......
anil Is niiinilly ('(llciu'lmiH for oil puius
i fiinriHK a njtvuriui uiuueivo mimuiaiu, duo imrr'tr Ainmiinr
sk your DriiKnl.it for It. lTlce 60 cu
I'rc'iured only by JACOB S. MERREIX,
Wholeenle Dniirirlet. 8T. LOUIS, WO
TJltEl) ALL OVER.
Miat Ucsti'il and Rcfrenliiid a Weary
Man in Memphis.
"No, il never amounted to an acute ptln, hut con
tliiiit'il to he a dull weary aeho In thn small of my
hack," writes Mr. J nines 'i lionise, of No. 6 Madl
eon street, Mem;)hle Tenn. ' Thla wub an old ex
perience, and lile became dull music. 1 waa tired
all over, with puln lu the lower limbs, and a habit
f lyiiitt awake of nlnhlH. Kereutly I tried one of
BiiSSuN H t'AK'INE 1'UKUUH I'LAWTEKB and
was ilerldedly rollevod wllhln twenly-four h'mra.
U muy have lieeu I'roviileuco that did the Work,
hut 1 lv the credit to B"iison' poroua piaster "
Mr. '1 hmnas' reveruntial idea does him credit, but
l'r.'Viil. nee works hy annila. and among them
Benson'H plasiur ranks flrst aa an external remedy,
it acts quickly In n lief and heallna, aud rendera
life better no 111 living;. I'rlee -S cents. Look In
tho middle of the plaster for the word CAt'CINK.
Ask your physiclHiia about it.
fteaniirv joimson, ( benilsti, New York.
NOT IKIOKS GKMAUIC, but choice, claaalr. llto-
raturt!, at prirca o low as to n.ako the olil llme
buiik luivers womikk. About -a OF ntMO
orh.ilf a million volumes now I Lit 1 ' 'I0
K'ttMy; M'ut anywhere fur exnmlnatlon before pay-
Inelll.Oll CVllll'IICU of i. hmI IrIIIi. NOT sold hv
dea era prices loo low. lift.paue I'stalOgna free.
JOHN 11. A I.I) KN, Publisher, 18 Veeey Ht.,N. Y.
1. I! K lilt's (J I NCI Ett 'i'ON 10
Once Tested Always .'referred!
This crvat remedy haa won Ha wav to the hlch-
est plsee In lie esteem ol Hie most lutelllnnt peo
ple. I here are tlallv recruits lo Its bolt of Irlcnda.
lie perl'orinance la Invariably
BUTTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It gives tone and power. For eomplalnts of tho
Kidneys, Bowels, Stomach, 1 Ivor and I.hiiri, for
nil the subtle, troubles of women and for those
bodily disorders induced hy anxiety, care and
mentiii siraiu, us eiiecta will surprise, ana cnarm
you. It I- i ot an esse ce of ginger. Delicious to
he palate, an antidote to the liquor habit, and ex
cecdinuly helptul to the aned and feeble. fOc. aud
l.tn sizes. UIM.'JA cc t.U.,BI)W torK.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Thn Howard (.nivnolcHhlel
umJourotlW Klctro liul
VHniuund Mux net io ApclU
fintHta and tidrninnti M.r
i Hurecurefftr Nt'rvouiiOehll
itv. l'liruhHiit. ithHumHtUm
of YltHl E.aitri(v Ovrwork
ed llrain, Wk linclc, Kid
nny. Liver, aud H torn a a
' cotutplfiintf-, nnd arsdtttts
ed tu Kithkr Hr.x. 'J hfMw
rovHdt find n
from iKSlUttod all
othwrit, m thy
curraota wll hout
Held, oaufting no
norea, mir Irrlta-
tioo of tba tkio
cao be worn
work aa wall m
rt only ootloa
nble io waarar.
t met t ha d t tf Hr
ent ntsitfet of all
M trie nnd MHif
In ofiHTiHiit. 1utHfor MES ONLY at cam reach
tn twiif- of fliti-uHM, ftft thty uct direct upoo JWtouh,
MtiHtMilnr.nnd (iHiicrMtivt (Vditorn. "iiwiJily rttatorlntc
the vitality which (h Klotrhiity iiruinad from the
tnin ty ttiiMHS or IndttrrtttiuD. th y thus In a natural
way ovMroouiH tlm wunkniut without druln tha atom ,
act). Thy will euro ttvry case abort ntf atructural da
HTHDarat inn, nnd wh urn prHpured to f urniah tha moat
Hinphntic and abMiltita prvof to anpport our clalma,
llliiHtrtt?d l'araiblt Frec.or twnt aalnd for 60 poataua, 1
CSQSUlUticn I AMERICAN CALVANIO CO.
rreeAInrUcl f 3 1 2 N. 6th St., St. Louli.M
Is not a triumph of aclenco, hut la a revelation
thrnuijhtlio Instinct of ihe untnlored aavacc, and
Is 11 c imtileto antidote to all kinds of lllood Poison
uuil Skin Iluinor.
Swift's Speoillc hss curod m of Scrofula, which
Is h reditnrv In my family. I have atill'iired with
it for innnv years, und have tried a great miiny
ph s clans and all sorts of treatment, hut to no
uurpose; 11t.1l when I heaan to lake Swift's Spiclfle.
1 was in a horrible condition! but thauke to thla
Kit ut r Hied , I 11 111 rid of tho disease. There If
iiodoulit mat It Is the crent st medicine lu exist
ence, mid Iliopi any who doulit win writu to me,
K. C. HAWKS, , Ik.,
A l-inti,rtriif 1 u'i'tifv-fltm vnsra withanalnfnl
llru li.lli.r ninl I r v 111 ,r niHtiv lillvsleluna. I was at
In.'r relieved hv tlm tisu tit Swift's Sihh IiIc. and I
cheer ul!y recoui'iiend II to all similarly sffliuivd.
jikv. l.u. unni uA.n,
will lie paid to any Chem'at who will And in
ana')ls of ItK) hollies h. b. h., one particle ol
,M' remy, lodlilu rolussliiui, or any mineral sun-
'l it K HWliri'SPl.t.'IKIi: ft).,
Druweril. Atlaniu, (la.
ryVVrlle for tho Utile Uook, which will he
Price! Hniall sizo. SI IM I'ur holtlu. Larire slue
(holilini; iloiiliu quant ty)jt.7i holtle. Alldru
uislr-ell It. ' 'i
It. It. TIME C-'Altl) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRA!, U. K.
Tra.na IVpari .
t M nil tKlKa.m.
Accoin 4:11) p.m.
. (JnckHou routii),
t VI all 4::inp.m,
K. press ,.,.10:30 a.m.
n:05 a. re.
1 1 : to a m.
8 10 p.m.
h & N. O. II. !.
!,. & c. k. u. (Nitrrow-cU''e).
S:00a m. I Express 1:11ft m.
Kx & Mail
Ui:Hiia.iu. Ki. Mall...4:l0p m,
v.iinD.m. Accoin ii:W p.m.
HT. L. I. M. U. It.
tSxprca IO::iOp.m. tKxproia H:30 p.m.
W., HT, L. 4 V. It. It.
Mall & Kx 5:10a.m. Mall A Kx.. . ,10p.m.
Accoui 4:00 p.m. Ac.coiu l(i:w,i.
FrulitUt 1 45 a.m. KroUhl ena .m.
MOHILK OHIO K. It. "
Mall 5:fto.m. Mull 9:10p.n.
Dally excopt Sunday, f Dally.
f . m .11
ir'"u ajavCTHij w tlt.lUl vim.
rl'hft nmf nonot mtina Mnimani
KWUU IJlUlHiy III I-.HfJVlU.ai (JUS
In tli Stomach and Bowela,
NEW A DVKHTISK V liSTH,
By addrusslnu GEO. P. JWWitLr. & CO., 10
Hpruce 6t., New York, can learn the exact cost of
any proposed Una of advcrtl-lntf In American
Newspapers. IVIM pane 1'ampblot 10 cents.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkkk's 17out QPAr- Wine !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
rrillS CELEDUATED N ATIVK WINE la mads
Afrom the Juice of the Oporto Orape, rnlsed In
thU comil.y. Its invaluahlu tonic and strength
enini! properties are unsurpassed. Iiv auy other
Native VV'ine. ltelng ihe pure Juice of the drape,
produced under Mr. Spuer'a own personal suiervl
sion. its purity and genulm nesa, aro enarauteed.
Tni vouuest child m.iy partake of Its cyneruna
qualities, and Ihe weake-t Invalid use It to atlvan
tuije. It is particularly beneflclal to '.he ae;ed and
debilitated, and suited lu the various ailments that
affect tho weaker sex. It I in every respect A
WINE TO BE KEI.IEII OM.
Sneer's l -). Shevry.
The 1. .1. SHEItlt V is a w'tio ofSiinerlor Char
acter aud : artukeaof the richq mil lies of tho trapa
from which it is made For Purity, Itlcnnesa, t la
vo' and Mediciual Propertiee. it will be found un
Sneers P. .!. ..randy.
Thla liHANDY stands nnrlvuled lu this (Muntry
beliiitfnr superior for medicinal purposes. It la a
puredlsilllatljii Irum Iho grupe. sud eonialtia val
uable medicinal properties. It tins a delicatu fla
vor, similar to thai of ihe unities, from which It Is
distilled, and is in ureal fuvur aiuonir flrst-rtass
fsmilies. Hee that tbo atxu'iture of ALFRED
8PK.EK, Passaic, N. J., Is over the cork of each
Sold Bv I'AUL SCI I U II
and bv m.ut;;isTs kvkbywii.-;hk.
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Orsilunt. of twe nieillcal
Collexen, bus heen lunirer enifaireit In t lit- treat
ment of t 'lirojiio. Nervous, t-ltut and
llltioil Diseases 1 tii.it imv other idivslelsn III
Ht. Louis, as city p.ipi is shew iitnl all old resi
dents know. 'i)iiuliiitlin .. I mlleeor by mall,
free and invited. A Irlemliv talk nr his opinion
OsIM nollllllH. Wllen It Is IllCilllVelllillll tovlslt
the elty .or treatineiil, iiieillelnes cull tie sent
by mull or express i vervwliere, CuraMe eases
(ruiirniileeil ; w here ditulit e.vlits it Is frankly
tinted. Call or Write.
Norvous Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weaknesa, Murcurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and doors, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to civsns from over-worked brain.
SDEGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudcnoeg, Excessotj.
Indulgences or Exposuros.
It Is self-evlilent that a plivsleliin paying
piirtletilar atteiitlnti pi a class ureases attains
Kieut skill, and plivsleians In reaular praetlee
all over the country knowing Hils. fre,ii-ntly
r immend eases to the ol.lesi oHlee In Anierlea,
whert) every known aipllauee Is resorted li,
and tlie !iovmI Hotut rtniMfli of all
aires and countries are used. A whole house !
used I'orolhee niriio-es, nnd all are treated with
skill lu a resi,H'tl'ul inaiiner; ami. knowing,
wlmt to do. noexiierlineiits are made, tinac.
count of the irreat number applylnit, tha
charges are kept low. often lower t ban H
demanded by nlliers If you secure the skl'l
and getaspecity and perfect lil cure, tluit la
the liiisi(taiit uiiitter. Pftiuphli't, M pagei,
sent to any address free.
PLATE, I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Elegant cloth and Bill binding. Scaled fur 54
cents In po-.tnxe or currency, liver lilt. v wnn
lertlil pen plelui es, true to life articles on Ilia
following subjects. Wlioiuny marry, w ho not;
whvr Proper age toiimen. Who imirry flrst.
ilsiihiHid, ouianhno.l. I'bvslcal decay. Who
aliould umri V. flow life ami bflpiness may Im
'increased, Tlio-e liuurli d or ronieniidatliia
toarrliig should reiel It. It on ub I to be read
oy all adult persons, thru kept under lock and
kev. Popular edition, siune asubnve, but papof
rover and .iiC piiKes. i ceula by mail, lu luouujr
aaamsaaMfcJasWassta)iaai aiani rtlfa 1,-
Any Uonsokeeper In the land can repair the Cook
Btove put In new Fir Hacks, new Orates and new
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Bold by all nardwars and Stove Daalors.
fswwn fob CmcntAwa. Manufftcturad only by
SchencTa AdJuaUbl Firs) Baick Co.,
l5jarlM,pa street, hlrav.
Netiioaono, (new Nervo-Llfe, Mtmielh and
Vikoi 1 is 11 pnsllivK ri'stoiullve) fur Die Loaa of
1111111 Vigor In Young, Mlitdle-Aed and
Old Men, im mutter front wbut ciihso. In Nr
Toua Eoblllty, Exhatlation, Impotenoy,
Seminal Weakn.ai, una kliulreil ailments,
this bt indard Remedy la n certain our,an(
to all audi siillitreia, who send a statement of
their troubles, a iiniuitltv annicleut to proi y lu
Virtue will bit sent Fro of Coat. Address.