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The Daily Bulletin.
QUIER GUESTS AT HOTELS,
People, Who Giv) the CI rim Trouble
Peculiarit'iH of Theatrical Peotil".
'Oil, yif," Miiil tin! chief clerk at thtt
Contineutul ctcril;iv ; "oh, yes,
have 'cranks' hen! mie'i in w hile, if
not oftcucr. I l"n't hiiiiiv.' we fun
any worn; tlirtu ili-r hie; lmti-1.-, nil over
the country; hut then we eet our full
HllHl't!. VIiV, there: lire. Ill-tl on the
roail who cuiiio liero oine in a while
tlmt wouhl 'kick' if they were tiiltcrcl
into the het heilroom in hc;iei, mill
tinil fault with the cooking of Hint him
H:lf. Only the otlierihiv :i in:if) wrote
his name on the register tucl w:ii liow n
to a neat room on the si corn! tloor
ahov. In live minutes he -:i tne rush
ing down tin) flairs (lie was in toorcat
a hurry to wail for the ch va'oi ), ami,
Jiailtitl for bieatil at liiC ilr.il, i'llio
" 'I cawn't kci ji tl.at room, you
know; wiiv the carpet'-, o,,t rt n: l.t-s ii)
"The man hail a red face and a red
dor no.se, and I haw at otire that his
pcciliar condition had cuu-ed him to
nii-iaku the figures on tin- carpel for
sntwci. So, without nkin any mies
tiof or tn in.: to explain away Ins de
lu.; hi, I seui t , i n i to a room where the
eatpctN in leij xjiian hke a Hie.-.
hoard. Soiiietimes men are a-.-ined to
room and cmue hack to lif i-icinil on
the pica that they iou t li
look. The outlook, indeed
the outlook from a city h' ti
blank walls of the oppo-ite
women that travel mucii,
acji as lect-
urers anil activ-es. an:
ai-o very pe-
culiar in their way- one.
hi a winie.
lliey always want pc
:al term-, and
insi.-t upon toe be-i of
fai't, thev wv.nt inoi
v en tiling. In
care and nUen-
tiou than our bc-t juiutig gii.'-ts."
THE Y K K 1 N UK W . VI I His.
. "1d )oii find any dilliculiy in getting
giviii .wrvintii" w as :u-kcd r.t the desk
of the (iirard Hotle.
"Tiiete are ulwavi, plenty to be had ;
but then thev are iiter wortn much
for our l.u-inc- until they have been
drilled for awhile. Then, ju-t about
when lliey have learned cniiUli to be
of some ue, they get auili.l'ou- logo to
the sea-bore, w m re w.-co-s are higher
and work not so particularly done, and
We lose ihein. (),' eoui'ie, wo hold on
to the li--t of our .-civaiit-, -ome of
whom liave been w it ii us many ears;
but then tiie c!riMe are f "-H'fit.
There is one thing t:,.it ruins hotel wait
ers, and tiiat is the almo-t univer-al
habit of fceiic'r tl.ein. A!tno-t even
dav we have eoiii!a:nN from tran-ient
guests of in.-tilliciiiit service, and we
know at once that the sy-tem of feeing
is to blame. Vc.-tcldaw t V ins'.ance, a
gue.-t from New Jer-c; said to me: 'At
(tinner to-day m tieiglibor at in v i i'liil
hand got a heautiful (date of nsparaus,
while mine was mainly butt.-. ' 'that
Diight have been the fault of the people
in the pantry, but the probability is
that if the waiter had received or had
expected a fee Ins would have called at
tention to the di-li and served the .Jer
aey man more liberally. It is a rule of
the house that servants shall not receive
f Tat. lilies, but we cannot fullv enforce
GKTTIN'i HICII WITII'H T PAY.
"How about bairage?'' a clerk of
the I'olonnade Hotel was asked. "Do
people travil nowadays with whole
wa"oii-loads of trunks, as they used to
"Xo; as a rule the amount of bag.
gairo is liirht. There is a tendency
among KnglMi traveiers, however, to
parry vast numbers of packages tind
reticules and sachels about w ith them,
but this is because tho Knlish system
of checking baggage is dirt'eretit from
ours. Here it co-ts just as much to ex
press a carnet-bug as a trunk, and when
thu Englishman tind this out in tl.eir
travels they gel trunks and carry fewer
Htnall parcels. French and tierinan
travelers jret along with comparatively
lhrht hiu'iratd. and the :ivern"t Anu'iM-
can makes u stutdl valise ami tin ordi
nary trunk serve his turn for a voyage
around the. world. When fashionable
Indies set out for the wnlorlnsr-places,
though, Hut nttiiibcr of trunks is .some
times enormous. 1 have, seen one Sum
mer outfit, tlmt 111 led thirty-nine Sarato
gas. The head porter of li large hotel
like this has ti place that compares very
favorably with most political positions.
He gels no salary, but he nnd the men
lio employs to assist him board ttnd
lodgo in tlm hotel. One old porh'r is
(aid to bo worth l."ii,(l;Mi tch of
which ho tiecumulated here. Ho has
Lho nionoDolv of tho hout-blackitig and
Uio trunlv-iiioving, nnd tho gratuity for
Ihe hitter service, although never ile
, mitudod, Ih seldom forgotten even by
.he mast close-listed guests.
Tilt ATltlCAU I'KolM.t: IN M " t I.I.H.
Theiitrli'iil tuMMtle nt'o not, ns a rulo
deslrahtu gnosis. 'J'hey generally eomn
In number, nnd want, reductions of tho
rntn nn that. lU'COllllt. U i Hot UtlCOm
moti for ti hotel whose usiml charge 1
f t a day to take a drtinititio company )
.. m.-L .'.I ... 'IM.Iu Ij Mill Mnl'-llll' il
Ti.ov a uiiv. i.ois m . ,
for thry expect the best of iiecommodi,
lion ami tin' olosest ntiendatice, air
cftun iioi'loins more trouble than nn?
ndirrebi-4 of yitests. Wo iloll't lltlVO
theatrical ncople, beciiuse wo
mako no reductions. One of our gnosU
tor many j ours unit otiethut was always
wclc'.med heartily was MadamoJamtij.
teheck, who always Mopped with us.
Sim wanted the, vc'it hex t of o v-tv 1 1 1 i n "
arid was willing u, ny ,.l for it. One
of thtt drawbacks to our fitijovnient of
liur euatom was the responsifillity sh
Hltaiied upon , hv depoitltl" over
HO(i.Oin) wonl, of diauioiiils In oursnfo
en every visit. (), Mufl! Wlm 01,m,
every ten mimiU-s perhaps iliiri,,,, tho
day, and vvenlwa. Mi a tcniWu droad
(it Hie ill-ianiiearanefi nf a,.,.,.. ..
they were . '.'.Ixveis. Kortutititcly,
sl.'i.v.v I iKfvur stolen. Shu is more
.mniroiis of privacy now, for she Mops,
when in thu city, at Zei-s's, on Walnut
"Fanny Davenport is another actress
who is alwnyn welcome, hut somehow
or other whenever she stops here hlm
has a new pet doj that is undesirahle,
and is generally in training for some
thing. Lot lit used to stop with us very
frequently, and was as little trouble
some as any guent could he. .Shu
wanted the bcslof even thing, of course,
and paid for if, hut she was unlike
many of her sisters in art, who never
could find anything to suit them, ami
ct theni.-dves up as universal critics.
Lucea and Di Sliirskti were uUo fiur
gucsU at times nnd gave no trouble,
and one of the easiest men to please was
lidwin IJootli, the tragedian. About
police iirraiicments? Well, we have a
watchman that patrols the house- all
night, his rounds being marked by nn
indicator, ami we keep, as most large
hotels do, a special detective. The sys
tem of protection is now so perfect that
robberies very seldom occur. When
Ihev do the fault is t'ctierallv traceable
to til'.' Circle
-tie.-s of "iicsts." Ikilii-
Thi W m et of Turkey.
A Turkish getiiletnan who has just
arrived in New York, and who is tho
Mm of N. do C'a-tro Hey, private coun
sel to the Sultan, tells a reporter of the
New York JtjHfuul some interesting
things about the harem of the son of the
sun. 't he lir.t ipiestion aked by the
reporter was suggested by a habit w hich
is by no means confined to American
ladies, but is univer-al throughout the
feminine world. He wanted to know if
the ladies of the harem flirted, to which
Mr. de Castro replied:
"No ; they can't. Like all other
women, however, they would like to."
"Why can't thev?""
"Their religion compels them to hide
their face whenever Ihev meet a man.
If thev happen to be met without a veil
they wfll gather up one of their skirU
and throw it over their heads.
"Where does the Sultan obtain bis
"From Cireassia and a certain part
of Asia. These countries are noted for
the beauty of their women, and the Sul
tan has emissaries stationed there to
make selections and importations. The
Governments of these countries often
-end portly young women to the Sultan
as presents "to obtain his good will and
"Are the women blondes or bru
"Do thev ever bleach their hair?"
"Oh. yes. Blondes are so scarce that
they are in great demand, ami tho
women use a plant for turning their
"What is tho color of their eves?"
"Black as iet and as briirbt as dia
"Are thev petite fir large?"
'Sinall of stature, but verv plump.
hen young they are really tho hand'
Hoiuc.-t women in tne worm, out tney
don t last a great while
" I hey fade, do they?
"Y'es. Their lives are so luxurious
that thev decline from want of healthful
"What-.lo thev do?"
"Sit on low divans under bright can
oiiies ami smoke cigarettes anu uruiK
i . . i i i
"How do thev dress?"
"Verv temptingly in loose, bright
garments. Ihev dress in tlm lurkisti
.-tyle, hut are adopting the European
fashions as mucii as possible, lho Sul
tan has often is-ued decrees against the
adoption of European tastes, but the
women don't care about lho dress now
inlays, and when on Tho street many of
them wear high l roiicli heels and bus'
ties. They aUavs wear white muslin
veils, however, which add much to the
seductiveness of their general appear
How do the ladies wear their linger
"Thev bleach them red, and have
them cut short. Tint nails arc short, 1
suppose, because they are afraid their
tempers might get the bettor of them,"
and Mr. de Castro stroked his mustache
and laughed heartily,
The Cattle Interests of Texas.
A boundary line, starting at Denison,
Texas, Ihenco running south to Waoo,
thence west to the Pecos river, thence
north to the northwest corner of the
state, thenco with thn north nnd east
boundary lines of Texas to place of be
ginning, would embrace the stock holt
to which this communication will be
devoted -comprising o2,830,0i0 acres
of choice grazing hunts, well supplied
with water, covered with excellent
L'rassos, and blessed with a mild cli
male. It is susceptible of furnishing
abundant range for more, tlian B.uw,
000 cattle, although now there is less
than one-third of tlmt number occupy
ing it, 1 his is the great reservoir from
which tho great grazing ficldsof Color
ndo, Wyoming, Dakota, Kansas, and
Nobraskti draw their young cattle, It
Is also a great sou reo of beef supply to
thn markets of St, Louis, Chicngo, and
Kansas City, and ahie to meet tho de
mands' of the canning companies, thus
furnishing meat to tho markets of Kit
rope. All this Is accomplished without
utilizing more than ono third of her
great grazing Held.
So exhnustiess aro her resources, that
all capital invested In cattle raising has
v elded most handsome returns. It has
been asserted bv those- who are thor
ought v conversant with tho business,
that "no cnpital has been Invested in
ciittlo raising in this region since Jau
uary. 1880, but has returned a clear
profit of moro than 50 per cent per an
num;" and I fully believe tho state
nient, slnco the udvauco In prices, tho
increase in numbers, mid tho reduction
In exDonsos of running stocks com
blued, could have produced no loss fit
vorablo n result. btitional live titoch
"". r eailoror i' Bdu.stih
I?h. . n.l,,0ti. P"5"irer BKont. Orderi for til
Blnflior iUijmhoBt Joh printlni loltclted. Office
BTAOKS OK TUB 11IVBH.
The rivtr marked by the gauge nt this
port laBt evening at 0 o'clock 10 feet 7 in
ches and rising.
Chattanooga, Aug. 3. -River 1 feet 0
inches ami rising.
St. Louis, Aug. 8. River 21 feet 3 in
ches and rising.
Cincinnati, Aug. 3. River 15 feet 0 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 3. River 7 feet 3 in
ches and rising.
Nashville, Aug. 3. River 10 feet 1 iu-
PittBburg, Aug. 3. River 5 feet 3 in
ches and falling.
The Golden Rule left hero for New Or
leans yesterday 2 p. m. 8 he had a good
The J. II. Hillman stopped at Paducah
this trip and did not come through. We
shipped her passengers on the Fowler last
The Wilt Kyle from New Orleans will
report here early this morning for Cincin
Tho Andy Uaum at last reports yestcrdny
was still aground at Flint Island, can't say
when she will reach Cairo.
The City of Cairo passed down for
Vicksburg last night.
The Hudson is due this evening for S
The Cons. Millar from Ciuciunati is duo
to-morrow morning for Memphis.
The Bte. Genevieve loaves here at 5 p. ui.
to-day for St. Louis.
The Belle Memphis leaves St. Louis this,
evening for Vicksburg.
Tbe John. A. Scudder leaves St. Louis
for New Orleans this evening.
The Arkansas City from Vicksburg is
due this evening for St. Louis.
LIST OF I.ETTEH8 KEMAIKIXQ CNCALI.ED
KOR IN THE PO8T0KFICE AT CAIHO, ILL.,
SATCIIDAT, ACOC8T4TU, 1883.
Browc, Emma (2)
Bradsby, U 0
Cay too, Charles
Dl UCHJItU, II ui
Crooker, C W
Duvelt, D R
Fisheli, John (2)
French, ( liarles
Howard, W J
Jewell, J C
Lock wood, James
Mullcner, II II
Randle, R J
Fol tcr. I
Oram, Charles F
Hiwsum, J Luo
Lee, L A
Mcridith, C S
Revels. O u
Rtusrt, C B
Tersons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Wm. M. MciiriiY, Postmsatcr.
John Kubu. of Lafavettn. lnd.. had a vurv nar
row encnDo from death . Thin ! hi nun iiorv
"One year bro I wat In the laal atagea of conaum'p
iiou. uur Dvai pnyaiciana nave my caae up. l
dually cot so low that our doctor aatd 1 could n.it
llvo twenty lour hours My friends thea purchased
a bottle of Pn.Wst iUlib IUi.haii cohthi Lumu.
wtili h henelttted mu. 1 coutlnnnd until 1 took
nun) hoiitt a. l am now in perfect bvalth, tiavlnx
usvu uu uiurr meaiciua.
Dr. Roger's Vogrotable Worm Sym
lnalantly destroy worms, and removes tho aecro
tioui mat canao lurm.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
TTho BEST 8ALVS in th world forcilta, hrm' ,
urea, ulcun, aalt rlieiun, Utter, cbappvd Immlf,
rlitlblalna, rorn'.and all kind of akin eriipllon",
etc. (let HKNKV'8 OAUIIOMO HALVE, aa all
othura are but imitation. I'llcoilbcenta.
Pukk Cod LlVEHOiL made from selected
livers, on tho sea-shore, by Caswell,' Hazard
C. fA mm . ' .
u), xmcw xork. n is absolutely imro
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Chawed IIands, Face, pimples, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
1 Soap, mado by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
new xork. W)
1 Know Whereof I Sneak,
For I have used it extensively. I regard
Parker's Glugor Tonic a most excellent
remedy for kidnoy, lung and stomach dis
orders. It lorignrates without intoxicat
ing. J. Francis, Keliglo Philos. Journal,
SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 4. 1S83
CAN BE SAVED
IN TIIE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
byltieumi of iv.t Makmih, Tho ilumlMon Kend
fri'DurvHllvu. It iiriisi rv i Ue.ut, Kihi, MnK,
Cri'HiQ, Kia'. tod h kind of Anlmnl Point i'-li
and nwi-nt for wie-lin. evi-ii In thu hottwit wonttu-r.
IhlncHii bu prnvvil liy lint tmlmouiHln (if leu
dri ds who bHvo lrl it Ii, You can prove It fur ymir
tulf fur Ml cim'p. Yon will Unit Hint thin I nn aril
el which will rttvu you it guml deal of money.
No Hrioikd Meut.
No HOilo Kuxa.
It will ktsup them fic.-li a' d mvixt for inniiv diiys
and tiou nut luipurt tlm Hll-.ht t fori'lcn t irti' to
ttia aJlloli' tfutii'i. It la no almplu In iipi-rutlon
that a child can follow I he direction, in an lninie
lcca a ra't ami com only a fraction of a vent to a
pound of nu'iit, flnh, Iniuur or chtn'su or to a tr art
of milk. Thin In no uuinlmi.'; it In undored by
nc.li men aa I'rof. Snrn'l W. Johncoti ol Yalo
Inns. Hold by iiniL'k'intu and unicorn. Hamplo
pounns runt piH'pmii t,y man or uiprii ud wo
pn.'fer) en ruculn of prlco. Name your cxprc-a
office. Vlaudino brand for nn at ; ccn Wave for
flnh and c-food; Snow Kls a for milk, butter and
chcuan; Aiitl-l'criiiont. .nll-Kly and Aull-Molil. 'ioc
per lb. each. IVarl for cruam; (Juuun (or i'Uus,
and Anna Vit for It ltd fxtrarla, V per lb. each.
THE UU t tbT(J.N Kool) t'KICSEHVISO CO.,
"i Ktlhy bt., lioKton, Mans.
I-or aalo by 'id.twlm
Yonnjr Mn. Middla
Aged MHn.anii all Men
who auSur (rum arl
Indiacretuma will tin J
Alloa'a Drain Kind tho
moat Dowerful InTigirant aver iiilroducd:
once rnnumid by it there la no rulapm. Try
it: It nfvnr fails. 01: 6 for 05. At Imig
naU. or br mail from Allen Pharmacy.
I1 A Ol MKH.aa M A
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hla trunmh. If yun
ar weakened dowa
at udv. or bv f arlv indii-
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all the niuwleaufiirain and Body. 0 , 6(.r
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uruKKima, or oy mall irom Alien
c, 315 lat
New York I
Of tha man? rem
diea before the publio
for Nervoua Debility
and weakneaaof None
(nnrativ0 b vat em.
there la non eqnal to Allen'a Brain hood,
which promptly and permanently reatorea
all lot viRor; it never fail. 01 pk.,for
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For aaran yeara Allen
Brain Food baa atooo
the etrongeat teata aa
to ita mente in curmK
Debility, and restoring lost powers to the
weakened Generative System, and, in no
instance, baa it ever railed: test It. fiieior
05. At Druggist, or by mail from Allen a
fen n s ill rnnn
- DnHiit ruuu
" Meno aana In eorpnre
aano: a nuuna nnna
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trade mark of Allen
l(ram Food, and v,-e as-
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either weakness of Brain or nouny iower.
tins remdy will parmanently i
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Nervoua Shock. St. Vi
tus Dance, frostratlon,
and all d i ao aaea of
Nerve Generative Organs, are all perma
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6 for 0.V-At Druggiata, or by mail from
T III. vTRII HIHAUIvKI nilUVUIi V.l'HM-l
.At Druggiata, or by mail from
cy, 316 1st I
Allan's Drain Food
strengthens the Brain
and positively a urea
Nervous Debllttv. Ner
vousness, Headache, unnatural lueses, and
all weannesaiu weneranvo nxsiem ; iv nw.rr
fails. 01 pkg.. 8 for 05 At Druggists, or
by mail (rot
rum Allen'a Pharmacy, 315 first
Tllseasa, Propensity ana
rassion n n n a s ninn
kind numherlosa ail
mania, fun-most among
them are Nervousness,
Kapvntia llnhllltv anil unnMtura! weakness
i,l lieiieraiivo Organs) Allen'a Hraln I-'ikmI
ucovaalully ovoroomes thesa tMiililea and
restores nits suuurur w niaiurnier vigor, n.
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ox oik Lay
VI ill., I ii.., - II -mi - n-M- 'Mr
BAND CAl A I OLKlft.
tir I . ., "i -t." ..lit .um.nn'
,( U.'-mngie,. h .lit, (',', II.IU,
I'einiwti'ta l-.-i-il.'., I ii I.SIUI4,
Hi - .1.. Pt..-n I i.iU ail
Hub, K Itv lU'i.l IMMa, bowing
M ,1,411.1.. ul,., -i. Hi oi. in. tin. llfln mxt 1 i'
Jrrrl . r t" .lr ' I l -II, m l a UUlia'US'
ul Lawt,.'! lana Alil.lil.
How Many Milea Do You Hrlvc?
ODOM T E I v
Tins Instrument la no larger llisn u wnlcli, II
tells thu exmi lllllll'ier of miles driven to th
nilirpaft of armfeTVoiiTitalliTr 1 ,M niMsaj
water ami ilnaT"tlv;ht ! alwuya in oritur j anvea
horses Irom h ilim over-ilrlvi'ii; Is iiaallv iitlii''ln'd
tn thn w heel of a Himny, Carrlnui'i Sulky, Miinnn.
Unad 1'ait, Mnlky Plow, Krapur, Mower, or oilier
vehicle. Invalllalile to Llvet.viimli, Pleiiaiiro
pTivera, Phyalclana, r,ariMiTsiirvii'viiia, "Vj
men, Kxurwasmi'ii, tae (Iwnera, Ac, 1'rlusi only
fVoifricti, oae-thlrrTVlir) price of any l lifj.'''"''
eier. Wuitn ordering Ivh diameter of th wl''l;
Sent by mull on ruoolpt of price, post pad. ..
"Addreai MoU6NNlt7t"oOM KTitlTco.,
UTBund for Circular. BH-am.
V W I 1
II I 1 LI '
kkw riROPS applied to the surface will Penetrate to tha very Bone,
ind almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soli Clothlntr.
nor dlaoolor the Skin, or leave dlsairreealilo effects of anv kind. It
has no Kdt'AMortlio Cure of Rhenmatlam. Sural nn. Brnlnfm.
Stilt Joints, Neuralgia, Lame
pore iunia.1, aruiuw ui lue umM " iu uny purt in mo njHii'iM
iinu ih enimiiy ciiiciK'iiiiii ior an pains
njiiiiriiitf a powerim uiuusive atiniuianu ote mw
UU. your Urngijlst ior it. l'rlce 60 cts iicr bottle ra.
I'rcpartil only by JACOB 8. MERRELL, O
TIRED ALL OVER.
What Rested and Rcfretlieil a Weary
HilQ 1 1 MeiupliiH.
"No, It tic v i-r amoiiiiti-d to un acutu naln. hut con-
lliuoil to tin a dull wcurv achu In On. amall nf niv
hack." wrl Mr. Junu a i homaa. nf No &!) Mud!-
aon atrui t, Mem ihla 'I'l-iin. 'Tula waaanoldex-
pi riciiru, unit li lu became dull mimic. I waa tired
nil over, with pnlu In tli lowi-r limba, and a habit
ui lying awaku oi nk'hta. Ki-cisntly I trli'd one of
BENSON'S ('aITINK I'OUOUi 1'I.ASTEKH and
waa ilocld'idly rulii'Vuil witbiu twenty-four h ura.
it may b vii been Providence that did the work,
hull Klvu Hie credit toll naon'a poroul plaatur "
Mr, 'I homaa' mveruntiiil nli-a doea htm crudlt, but
i nviii' nee worna iy ni;i ma, ann iitimnn mum
Uutiom'a pluhlcr ranka llrr-t aa an uitorual rvmudy.
t t acts quit kly In r. ltd and bealliiK, and render)
in iiuth-r wu tn nvinir crtco isccuiB. look in
ho middluof tint ulacwr for the word CAPCINE.
Ark your ph j alciaua about it,
Acabury ii Johnaou, i.ticuiuta, liew York.
NOT BOOKS (.P MAG'C, butcholcu, claailc lit o-
niliiin. at pnica ao low aa to mako tin; old-time
tiook-liiivtra woNDKit. Alout -l sl.T IViXTO
or b ilf a inlllipii volumes now 1 u J.
rcai.y; aent nu) where for cxamlnatinn before pay
nn ut, on nvlileiicu of i;Vid faltli. NOT aold by
ih a irs prlciia loo low. iM dbl'u Cataloetia free.
JOHN II. ALDkN, PnhllHln-r.lS Veaey St.,N. Y.
pAItKElT'S (JlNGEU TONIC
Once Tested Always Preferred!
Th la gr. at rem dy has won Ita way to the hlRh
si place In thu esteem ol the moat Intelligent peo
do. Them aie daily recruits to Ita host ol frlcudi.
Ita pcrfoniKiuui la Invariably
I5KTTER HUN ITS PROMISE.
It g'vea tone and power. For eom plaints of the
Kiilneva, ItiiwiMa. Stomach, Mver and I.nnir, for
ull the subtle trouhl'-a of women nnd for thoae
boilily dlsorilera Induced by anxiety, care and
ii.entul atrain, ita efl'ecta will aurprlae and charm
you. It 1 I ot an ease, ce of ("inner. Delicious to
the palnie, an autlilole to the liquor baiitt, anil ex
ceedingly heipful tn the aued and feeble. M)c. and
Sl.U'Blzee. llisuA (,u.,row iota.
la not a triumph nf eclemo. hut la a revelation
through the luatmct ol the untutored savage, and
la a c -miplete antidote to all kluda of Blood Poison
and t-km Humor.
Swift's Specific bus enrd rn of Scrofula, which
la h -reillt.iry In my family. I have aullered with
It for m.in.v years, anil have tried a great many
ph a clana and all eor'a 'f treulment, hut to no
piirpna": acd wlmn I beean tn tako Swift'a Sp, clflr
I waa in a horrible condition; but thanks to thin
1,'n iit n-iiK-il , I am rid of tho disease. There ta
no doubt that It Is tbe L'reat at medicine In exist
ence, and I hope any who doubt will writ-' to ma,
ti. u. HAW K.9. .in.,
After sullen n n twuuty-live yeare
Dry 'letter, r.' d trvlnu many phyalclana, I waa at
last re.ii v .I i . :, iimi ul bvviH'a Specltlc, and I
cliecr.iiliy i -c .oi m ud II to all similarly effitctvd.
ttav. l.K. liUA.UA.U,
will ho paid to any Ctiemiat who will find on
analysts of luo IidiiIch b. S. S., one partlclo of
AiTciiiy, lout lu PutiiiiHitiui, or any iniuerul a u li
st an e.
tii s swift sracii'ic co.,
Drawer:!. Atlanta, (la.
JlVrltu for the little Dnog, which will bo
Price! Small sl.e, $1 00 per bottle. Large aire
(lio illni; (toubo (jiiaut ty) jl.7i bottle. All ilrui; -IfUlsell
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Ihe Howard Oiilvanlc Bhlalo.
il our other Mectrotial
ii io nod Miinelio Aepll
i'ea and Unrnienta are a
sure, curt f(,r Nmtvous I labil
ity, Paralysis, Kueumutlsm
of Vital Kuargy, Overwork
ed Ilruln, Wenk Hack. Kid
ney. Liver, and Stomach
romiiliiints, and are adapt
ed to LirllUt SKX. Theaa
very latest Ira-
lintvMrl. nnH .n.
A from belts aud all
otuers, aa (hey
uclda, cimsing no
sores, nor Irrita
tion nflha skin
can be worn at
work as well aa
rest only notion
al tin to wearar.
lomnet tiled lifer
ent atagua ol all
Is ut In omit. Tl man lor MEN ONLY ut onen reach
the seul ol iIIvii-h, as they net illreet n,nn Nervous,
Muaeiiliii, ami lli-oernllva 1'eiilers, apeeillly reaUirlng
the vltallly which Is KltH'trleily-dnilned from thesys
loin bv ei w or Intllserwlluna, they tlms In a iiHlural
way iivi.reoiue the weakneaa without drugging the alum
iteti, They will euro every cuaw slioit ol struelural dre
gnnnrat ion, anil wh iiih prepared tn furnish the moat
emiihiitlii iimi iilKoluIn pi-oof Hi aunport our clalina,
illiistiiiled riiiuphlut Kl-ec.iir sent siuiIihI for lie postngn,
:niultitloa I AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
rravtlavltcdf 3l2N.etnSt 6t. Loule.M"
It. It. TIMM CAUD AT CAIHO.
ll.I.l.NOIH CK.NTIIAh U. B.
Tru.iia Depart . Trnlna Arrlvo.
ajinii HiO.'ia m. tMnll I:ti,a in.
terntii 11:10a in. Kxprnaa ... ,11 II) a.m.
'Kxpnaa .1 tU p.tii. Accuin 4:15 p.m.
c, Ki I. n. o. it. ii. (JacUmin route).
1 Mall ii.in. tv'all 4::i0p.m.
tExpreaN ,.. Ill :ina.tn. Kpreta .... ll):3lla. m.
lAtcolil :hil p.m.
nr. u. a c. u, ii. (Ntrrow-Rauije).
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Fx .t M nil lu: u, in. I hi. Mall. .4:10 p m.
Aicoi U'.inp.in, I Accom S:oo p.m.
RT. !..!. M. K. It.
tKipreaa lOimip.tn. tltxprusa ii:80 p.m.
W., ST. I,. A P. B. It,
Mull A Ei....,;iO,m. I 'Mall A Ex.. .Wp.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. "Accnn 10 1 0 a.m.
Freight.. 1:4! a.m. Freight 6:41 p.m.
Molltl.K (HMO B. 11.
.ua - I aJll
Dally cpi ttaaday. t Ballr.
P, M; ' 1
A powerful prcpa,w
liosnd mostly of Kasntia.
nn niost penetratlnft Llnlmaiu
nnwn. Ho conoRittrated Hiatal
Back, Crampa, Tooth-Ache,
in me stomaon and Bowala
By addrcsalng (ISO. 1. KUWELL & CO., 10
Spruce 8t.,t(tw York, can linru the exact coatof
any proposed Hue nf advertiting In American.
NoviHpapera. W100 paj;o Pamphlet JOcenta.
PORT GRAPE WINE
S - -'" sr. .. . ' V' j j- . .
o 5 T7u.
B 9 -1 i
a T, r '..
5 . '
B I) .
Spar's Pout GrE Wine I
' FOUIl YE AM OLD.
TFtlS CF.LEBllATKI) NATIVE WINE ts made
from tho juice of the Oporto drape, ralacd la
this country. Ita Invaluable tonic and aircninh
ening propertiea are uuaurpaaaed bv any other
Nut ive Wine. IMuk the pare Juice of the Orupe,
produced under Mr. Spuer's own personal eupervl
aiou, Ita purity and Kenulnmesa, arc Kuaranteed.
Thi vouuest child mny partake of Ita goneraua
qualities, ami the weakest invalid use It to advan
tage It la oartlcuiarlv beneficial to tho aged and
d-blliUted, and suited lo the various allmente that
affect the weaker act. It tain every respect A.
WJNE TO BE ItEI.lKll ON.
speers r. .1. biierry.
The P. J. SIIEKK V la a wlno of Suporlor Char
acter and i artakeeoftbe rtchqaalitleaof the fcNP
from wh en It la made Fur Purity, Rlchnesa, Fla
voi and Medicinal Propertiea. it win be louna un
exculied. Sneers P. J. liranuy.
This B HANDY stands nnrtvaVd tn thla Country
bulnK far luperior for medicinal purjioaea. It la a
pure distillation Irom the grape, and contain val
uable medicinal propertiea. Il haa a delicate fla
vor, similar to that of ihe jrrapoa, from which It la
dlat'.lled, and la in great favor atnonir nrst-ciaas
lamlliea. riee ttiat tne signature oi Aiitatu
HPERU, l'aBBlc, W . J la over the cork of each
Sold Bv PAUL. SCIITJII
AND BY DKUOUISTS EVERYWHERE.
C17 St. Charles Strcot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Orniluutia of two medical
college, has hi en Inngi-r eiigaiied In tbelreat
ment of Chronic, Ncrvoim, Mini oml
lllnod Diseases than anv oilier jihvaleliiu in
St. I. oil b. aa lily papers shew nod all old rest
ileutK know. OiisiiiMll'in -t oilii eor ay mall,
fi-eaanil Invlti-il. A t'rioinlly talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When It Is Inconvenient lovlslt
the elty .or treatment, uieilieiiies call lie sent
by mall or expri.i everyw here. Curable rava
guiiniut I; where doubt exist il Is frankly
sliiled. Call or Write.
Nervoua Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and bones, Blood
Impuritioa and Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTec
tions. Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences. Excessei
Indulgencaa or Exposures.
It Is aelf-evldent that a phylclnn paylnR
particular attention to aela-.a of eases attains
great skill, anil phvalrlaiia In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, lie'piently
recommend cnn-slo the oblett i.ilice In America,
where every known appliance. Is resorted to,
and the proved jjoml rcincilic" ol all
aires and eounti-lea are used. A whole bouse Is
U-ed I'oroltiee purnoes, aud all are (renO-il with
skill In a respectful in it r; and, knowing
what to do. no experiment are nnule. ilnao
cnun: of the great number applying, the
charges are kept lo"-. often lower than Is
.1.,. wl,l hv r.iber If vou secure tbe Kkl'l
and get a speedy and perfect lil'c cure, IhntU
the linporlaiit nuttier. Pamphlet, JO pagea.
sent to uuy address free,
fine i mudqmpp nmnr
. i llinilllmua. uuiuki 1 raon.
Klegaut cloth and gilt lillidlug. Sealed for SO
centa in imitate or currency. Over 11 II y won
derful pen iileliires li ne lo life, artlelenin Ihe
follow lug siilileelt. Who ma) marry, who not;
why Proper age to marrv. Uho noury llrst.
Jlunhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. ho
aliould nmfi'v. How life ami biipplne-s may be,
increased. T'tiose nmirled or eonivnililatlui!
piarrylng ahould read It. It ought tube read
py all adult persons, then kept under lock ami
key. Popular edition, siinie us above, but paper
eover and Hue, paKct. ii cents by mail, lu muuuy
Any Housekeeper In the land can repair the Cook
Stove put In new Ftre Backa, newflratea and newr
Llulnga-by using SOIIBNOIt'8
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by all nardwara and Stove Dealers.
Pawn for Onorn.An. Manufacturod only ty
Rohenck! Adjustable Fir Bark Co.,
63 Dearborn Street, Chicago
Nouroaone, (now Nervo-Mfo, Htroimth nnd
Vlitiiri Ii posltlvo reiloritllve for lltn Loan ot
Manly Vltror In Youhr-, Middle-Aged and
Old Men, no mutter from what cause. In Ner
voua Debility, Exhauatlon, Impoteuoy,
Seminal Weakneaa, Hint kindred ailiiu-nla.
(Ills Stttnditrit Kemedy is n certain cure.una
to all audi siillerera, who aoml a atatemeiit (if
their troubles, a (iintliy aiiftleleiit to provj lt
virtue will be Boot Free of Coat. Addreas, .
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