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CAN r.K SAVED
IN THE MVIXH EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
by the use of Ittx Manxes, Tim llumlstou l-'ooil
Preservative. It ipri'-.-rv s Mi nt, K sh. Milk,
Cream. Eggs, and nil kinds of Animal Food f enh
and Kw''t lur Kurka, nvi-ii in tin- lin'to-t walker.
Tills can be proved by ih testimonial of hun
dreds who have lri"d n, Vou can i 1 1 v r it fur your
self f. r .'Ueeii a. Vnu w ill llnd that this I-an artl
Clc willed will save you a great deal of money.
No Hon ret I MilW
I I . I 1 I K
Nn Ht.oil.-d Mi. .it .
No Hliilo IHH.
It will ki'i them fre-h hmI sweet fur mitiiv days
and (Joes tiol impart the slightest f'rclj-n t.isteio
the HJtl' I-h tr- '-i. It ho vinijitir In operation
thai a chi d call follow i he d'rect oiis, I s Hi4 harm
ltt t-u t uinl cost- i ii I v a fraction of n cent to a
pound of ini'ul, tlh. hiini-r or ( hes" or to a ' art
of ur k. Tlit- Ik mi humlm.'; it 1- endnr-ed hy
such men as I'rof. ham'l W. Joln.-on ol Vain Col
lege. mii by i-fii,"'!tn aid grocciH r-Hiuple
pounds rent pic paid by mall or express (a we
prefer) "ti rrcelui of pU-. Name your express
office. Vltiidiiie brand for meat ; t'cean Wain for
fish anil ('-loi,i; Miow flam for milk, butter mid
cheese; An tl Ferment. Antl Kly and Anil Mold. one.
per lb. eai-h. I', arl f r cn-aiii : tj'iecii lor eggs,
and Aqua Vide fur II 'id ettra"t. f ' p. r lb. at:li.
Til K III' ,1 IS) UN Foul) I'l'KsKKYtNO CO.,
11 Kilby St., lioston. Mass.
For pale by 7:i d.Vwlm
AMONG THE LADIES
'Hie lirilliant, I'.iMiiiiiliiii;
fintsof ('onili'xion lor w liirli
ladies si rivo aro iliiclly arli
ticial, ami all vtlio will lako
llic Iroulilc may sccun' tlifin.
'I'lu'so roM-alo", Itcnilcliiiii;
lines follow the useofllaijaii's
Magnolia Halma delieale,
lianiitess ami nhvays reliable'
nrlii le. Sold by all dniists.
'Hie Magnolia IS a I in oon
reals every blctiiisli, removes
tSallowness, Tan, 1'edness,
""millions, all eitl.'ines ol
exrileineiit ami every imper
fection. Its cllecfs are immediato
and so natural that no human
hcim,' can detect its applica
tion. La ELS
From tbviH) twiurcoa itri.so three tourths of
the (itrtotiMoa of luo human race. Tuvm)
Symptoms uellcat-i their exinlriirc: Isoas of
Appetite, llowrl costive, Mik llrail
ar.hr, fullnraa after mtlng, nvrrxton to
eiertlun of boily or niiitii, Krut tailoii
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, .1 freltnir of ImviiiK nrRlerlrd
aninn Uniy, IMi.aiiiraa, lutlcririK at the
Heart, Ituta efiire the t) r, lillilj- col
ored I rtne, lOWril'VIIo.V i,d tie
mnnil tho u.to of a r'iiioly tlmt h is It r ft y
on th l.lvcr. Axal'iver nii'ilicine Tl'TT'S
l'II.I-S liuv no cjiiiil. Tl.eir uction on tho
Kidneys and -kin I.huIm) tirompt; roinovlti
all lmpiiritloH thriiuiili the.-"' thn-o " aeav
enffrra of the ayittm," prolia'lliK upie!.
tlte.sound illifi'Htton, n-ulur HtooN, a eli-nr
akin and a vlu'oroim IhkI v. TI'TT'S I'lI.I.N
caiMO no uimnea or triiirfim nor inlerfcro
with dfiilv work ami nru a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1TE Fcr.i.s Mm; a a'i.w man.
"I hfivo had Iiyf-nopslii, with Connttpa
tion.two yr-iini, and luivo trlod ten dillrri'tit
kinds of pills, mid TtTT'S are tho llrst
that bavo done mo nnv good. They huvo
cleaned mo out nicely. My ftppctllu 13
apli'iidld, lbod dlgeKU readily, and 1 now
have natural pos-ucPS. I loci liko a new
man." VV. 1. KOWARItS, rulmyru, O.
Sol(lflveiTw)inri,!ilVr. Otiioi',44 Murrav SI..N.V
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
GHAT IlAlK UU WlllMKKKH Clllllled 111
atantly toat.Uissv Ulack hy u Hlnglo up.
plication of tlila Dvk. .Sold by IirugslatB.
or sent by fxiirosa on reeclptof $ I.
Oilier, 4-1 Murray Street, New York
TNTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREf.
"Toil claim too
ranch for Samaiii-
1 tax Nkiivine,",
3 canone iiiriliriiiono
I A Ppecillc f. r 1'pU
" V-' A I p o Ii n 1 1 a m
... l I n m. If Ii,tt,mnt1i,it. Nlll.rillfltlir
rlur, or Memlniil UrnkuraM, mill lilt y other
rnimilalntar'" Wo iliiim It a niin-illc, elm
ply, herniiit thoTlniHof all (Huoiisck urUen from
tlinhlonil. lu Nervine, llefolvi'iil, Allertilive and
Laxative properllOHinci'tiill llieeoiidiliona hertdu
referred, to. It.'a known world wiih' M
Itiiiilelaanii eoiiii'oxea Hit! patli'iit-iiot. by tlifl
Itiiulelaanii eoinpoxea Hie patlent-not , by tlirt
liy the reMlorulloii r activity to Om Hloinae i mid
jiervoiia cyMem, Wlierel.y the bruin In relieved
tif morhld futii lc", wlilcli tiro trciiluil by tlio
cutiaca nlHivo referred In. v '
To ClerKvineti, Lawyer. TJternry men. Mer
rhanla, Itiuikera, LiulleHiind all lluwewliohe m il
entarv employtiieiit c"' liervoim pror-lrii Ion,
IrreHularllleH of tlio hlood, tdoinueli, howela or
rVtlii nliitit, Hamaiiitan Nkuvikb U Ii.vii iiah
0 1 lioi Han.lH proclaim II Hi inoHtwni.dcrfnl Ii.vIk
orint that ever Ki.-lulned llm hUMU );
M. woltl by oil linmulata. (H
Vnr tnttlmonlnta ami rlreiilnni "end t'i'"l'-,-bT.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
UKSTKU. 2.'d yeur npena Mi pli'iulier ISili.
llulldliiR now. Superior appnliilMientu t Ivll Kn
Blunerliiit. CUemli al, Cnlloiiiato, Ktmllidi Cnnraea,
rircnlanof P. W. Ilarclav, K.aq,, W. P. Ilalllday,
Stq ,orof Col. ,HlKO. HYATT, IWt.
Tito Daily Bulletin.
OKK1CK: NO. 78 OHIO LEVKK.
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TERMS OF SUBSCUIPTION:
Daily one year by carrier $U 00
(Jt) percent. dmcoun' II paid In advanr.o.)
Dally, tine year hy mail.... in U)
Daily, oca mouth ... 1 00
J'ulillHlied every morning (Mondays excepted).
Weekly, one year Of:
Weekly, B month" 1 00
l'uhllihd every Monday noon.
i nr-Clulm of flvo or more lor WSjckly Bulletin at
onu tlm , per year, fl.ito. l'ualau iu all caoea
INVAKIABI.T IN ADVANCE.
All CunimtinlcatiODa nhould be addremed to
K. A. ni.'KNEIT,
PuhliKher and 1'roprleujr.
U ar liauds,
I'lio toiielii H of her b,nii ic Ilk" the fall
Of vt ivi I kiiow tliiUc-. like the touch of down
Tin-1 iMieii Jiit tiliihlicf- 'Kiilit the joirden wall;
Tlio llov t u iid 1 1 nif.-. dt the I hl-tie wbl-p
'nun hi 111 the crinkle of a ieiif of hrown
1 be lilli'litinj,' frost bu lurned from Kreen to
Hon na the falling or the iliihk ut nluht,
The toiiel:e of In r band and thcdellKlit
Tbe toiiehoH of her hiilldx!
'I lie toil' Ik-k ot her lunula are ,ike the dew
1 bin fiii in o collly down, no one e'er knew
1 no touch thereon euve lovera dke to one
.Mm) in 1 1 j.' ht. where iiihii'd I'.iidyinion.
fill, nireiy ott. the toiiehcn of her hands
A" droit ey .( pbym in eiichanti d land-,
llrpih-eo) dyuiH lay, or lairy mkIik;
Or in between the midnight and the dawn
Win n innjr unrest and K ara and (ears 8r
( p, iiioitliiii(f down the lid-of wearv eve".
-I.I. W. Kilcy.
Boring an Oil Well.
A letter from Iiradfonl. Pennsylvania,
to tlie ''; Ui fi'irli r o'ives a very clear
(lecriitinn of the aliovtt operation, an
f jil'irt :
The iiKieliinery ii-cil in liorin ono of
t'lesi' (eep nil wells, wliile .siniplt!
cil'iiil'll in iNelf, reijllires tl'cn itiljilst
Illelll llll'l .kill ill opt'I Mlill'.'. First COIIH'.H
Lie 'i'Tiick. sil feet liitli, ermviied ley
!1 e ptlileV.
Tlie ileiTiok is a ni'i.-t escnii:il part of
I'lf iiiet'li:trii-in. :unl its sli:ipt: arj(
l.eijiil life needeil in liail'liill tllM lnn
pels, piping, c.-t-iini ami otlit-r titling
vvliieh !::ie tn lie inertci perpellilieil-
l:ir!y. Tint lini-e or drill nei is not
iiitieli 'litVerent from the onlinarv hand
iinu of the -.tone cutters, and the Made
i- i.'X.'U'lly the satti", hut is of tlKlssivf
KZ' three or four iliehes across, ahcllt
four feet Ion, and vtcihin loo or I'ihi
p oinds. A luiir -olid rol, some tlu'riv
feel Ion, three inehes in diameter, and
filled the "Me," is sereived on tho
drill. This .stt in weihs almost a ton,
and its weiht is (he haininer relit'd on
for driving in.- drill throith dirt and
r ick. N'e eume the "j;irs," tW(ilnl)
l"o-e links of hardened iron playing
iiioii each other about afoot.
The object of jars is to rawc the drill
vitu a shook, so as to deta'-u it when .so
ti.'iitlv lived that a steadv pull would
iu'eaK tin' iiiaeiiinery. I he upper part
of Ine two jars is solidly wielded to an
other Ion iron rod called the sinker bar,
to the iippercnd of which, in turn, is at
tached the rope; lcadin up to the der
rick pulley, and thence in a stationary
steam enini'. In lioiin the stein and
drill are raised with a shock by the jars,
and the operation repeated.
If I may hazard a further illu-tration
of tl.e internal burin machinery of the
well, let the reader link loicy toeth
er the thumbs and fundi ncrs of his two
hands, then luin his forearms into a
a.siraiht line. Conooivin this line to
be a perpendicular one, the point of one
elbow would represent the drill Matin,
the adjacent forearm and hand tiiestcin,
the linked linei's tlie jars, and the oth
er hand and form tint sinker bar, with
the derrick cord attached to a point rep
resented by tin' second elbow. Hy ro
iiieinberin the immen.se ami coneen
tia'ed weiht of the tinnlit drill and
.stem, the tremendous force of even a
lmrt fill may he conceived The drill
will bore many feet in a sinle day
ti.toiih .solid rock, and a few hours
sometimes sulliee to force it fifty feel
tliroiih dirt or oravd. When the de
bris accumulates too thickly around tlm
drill, the latter is drawn up rapidly.
The debris has previously been reduced
to mud by keepin the ifrill constantly
surrounded by water. A sand pump,
not unlike an ordinary syrinn, is then
h t down, the mud sucked up, lifted,
ami then the drill sent down to hein
its pounding anew. Great deftness and
experience are needed to work the drill
without breaking the jars or connected
machinery, and incase of accident there
aic grapples, hooks, knives, and other
devices without number, to be used in
recovering lost drills, culling the rope,
and oilier ciuercneies, the briefest ex
planation of which would exceed the
limits of this letter.
The exciting moment in boring nvvoll
is when a drill is penetrating the upper
covering of sand rock which overlies
the oil. The force with which the com
p''t"vsod gas and petroleum rushes up.
ward almost surpasses belief, Drills,
jars, and sinker bars are .sometimes
shot out along with debris, oil, and hiss
ing gas, Sometime this gas and oil
ti.ke lire, and last summer one of the
wells thus ignited burned so liercely
that a number of days elapsed before
the Ihnies could be eliiigiiishei. More
ofieii the tatikiie provided is insullicietil
ami t muisiuid t of barrels escape. Two
or three years ago, at Hid height of t In1
od production of the liradford region,
M.uoo hands a day were Hum run.
inn lotwede, iul iho.su halcyon days
of lliadl'oi'd are gone for ever. Ah
though niiii'leeii-twenlielhs of the wells
Mdiik in this reion "struck" oil ami
ll aved fiei'ly, most of them mov How
tduoishl) or have to ho "pumped" twe
or three limes a week.
Crackers, say lb XnlurD, play a
large pint in lint superstitious obser
vances of ilia ordinary Chinese. Il is a
popular belief hat tint evil apirits ev
erywhere inli!iliiiing tlm iiirnre diapers.
I'd by crackling noises attended by lira
tinil smoke. Accordingly crackers nro
used oil all special occasionM to frllilen
nwav t tin demons who are tormenting
ii sick person, or who crowd around tlm
people at. Hut beginning of tlm tunv
year, ltamboo, which emits, when
Wnlng, aci'iickling sound, la also m ud
for Urn nimo purpose,
Everybody pralaosSt. Jacobs Oil, from
youth to ago, u tho groat pain-euro.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOP.NIKli, AUGUST 12, 18H3.
While trying to reconstruct a tela
aitoped npinu and put soma new copper
rivets in the lumbar vertabiat, this
spring, I have had occasion to thor
oughly lnvcstiate tlie subject of so
called health food, such as gruels, beef
tea inundations, toasts, otit meal mush,
bran mash, soups, condition powders,
graham gem, ground feed, pepsin, laud
able mush, ami other hen feed usually
poked into the invalid who is too weak
to defend himself.
Of course it stands to reason that the
reluctant and 11 uttering spirit may not
he won back to earth and joy once
more beam in the leaden eyo un'lessdue
care, be taken relative to the food by
nutans of which nature may be made to
I do not care to say to the world
through the columns of the t'me I'rcxs
that wit may woo from eternity tho
trembling life with pie. Welsh rabbit
and other wild game will not do at Hrst.
Hut I think I am speaking the senti
ments of a large and emaciated consti
tuency when I say that there is getting
to be a strong feeling against oat meal
submerged in milk and in favor of
strawberry short cake.
I almost ate myself into an earlv
grave in April by living into the face
of Providence and demoralizing old
Gastric with oat meal. 1 ate oaUiieal
two weeks, and at the end of that time
my friends were telegraphed for, but
before it was too late, I threw off the
ihackles that bound me. With a des
peration born of a terrible apprehen
tion, I rose and shook oil' the fatal oat
meal habit ami began to eat beefstoik.
At first life hung trembling in the bal
ance and there was no chango in the
quotations of beef, but later on there
was a slight, delicate bloom on the wan
cheek and range cattle that had barely
escaped a Ion, severe winter on the
plains began to apprehend a new dan
ger and to seek the seclmotd canyons of
the inaccessible mountains.
I often thought whilo I was eating
health food and waiting for death, how
the doctor and other invited gocsts at
the post mortem would start back in
amazement to tind the remnants of an
eminent man tilled with bran!
Through all the painful hours of the
long. Ion niht and the eventless day,
while the mad throng rushed onward
like a great river towards eternity's
ocean, this thoiiht was uppermost in
my mind. I tried to get the physician
to promise that he would not expose
me ami show the world what a hollow
mockery I had been and how I had de
ceived my best friends. I told him the
whole truth and asked him to spare my
family the humiliation of knowing that
though I might have led a blameless
life, my sunny exterior was only a thin
covering for bran ami shorts arid mid
dlings, cracked wheat and pearl barley.
1 dreamed last night of being in a
large city where the streets went paved
with dry toast and the hiiiblins were
roofed with toast ami the soil was bran
and oat meal, and the water was beef
tea and gruel. All at once it came over
me that I had solved the great mystery
of death and had been consigned to a
place of eternal puni.sbii.eiit. The
thought was horrible! A million eter
nities in a city built of dry toast and oat
meal! A home for never ending cycles
of ages, where the principal hotel" ami
the po-tollice buiidin and the opera
house were all built of toast, and tho
tire department squirted gruel at the
devouring element lorever!
It was only a dream, but it has made
me more thoiihtful, and people notice
that I am not so giddy as I w as. Hill
Sbowmsr His Grati'iiue. i
He inquired his way through the City
lull M'.terilay mil i 1 he tinally found
lilliself in the presence of the Chief of
5olice. Then he removed his hat. took
t chair ami said:
"You've ot a right good lot of police
nvn in this town.'
"I got drunk here one day seven
fears ago, and instead of locking me up
ind sending me to the Work House an
illieer walked me down to the depot
ind put tm1 on the train. I'm a man as
lever forgets a kindness," '
"And I've said that if ever the sign
jonie right I'd show my gratitude. The
tign has come."
"Make vour statement," said the
"Well, I was wailing for the train,
when a fellow with a long, sharp nose
ind an eye like a hawk edges up to me
ind savs he: 'Colonel, can yon change
'i teti-ilollar bill?' Say I : '.Judge lean.'
vtys he: 'Colonel, if you can it will
really oblige me, for I'm afier sonic
paregoric for a sick child.' And thou it
was says I and says he until I gave him
two lives and away he went. The ten
of his was a counterfeit."
"I see. When did this happen?"
"About six weeks ago, but this Is the
lirst chance I've had to tell you."
"Where was it!"
"Mown in Ohio at n town called Ak
ron." "Hut w hat can we do about, it ?"
"Send some of the police down there
to scare up and arrest the scoundrel.
Its the bie.st sort of a chance to create
ii sensation and let people know that
you are wide awake. Think of what a
scoop it would be over the police of
Chicago! dust imagine how mad tint
police ol' New York ami Philadelphia
would be to hear that lMroil hud taken
"1 can't lic'p vnu nny."
"And I can t "help voit, eh? lo voii
Hcorn tnv gratitude!1'
"In lliiscn.se I'll be obliged to."
"Well, that settles that." said the
atiangcr as he rose tip, "I ot drunk
here, was used like n gentleman, and in
tny gralilmle I've put you ton big thin
a enancn to rake' In crowns and
wreaths ami glory mid fame till ymi
can't rest, You wave my gratitude
aside. She'll stnv waved, Some one
horse Ohio eonstalile will enrrv oil' the
cake and you won't be heard' of. We
nrf square. Good day, sir!"
And he walked out with asplneassiill
as a tl i'iiiii major's, and rctii'cd lo look
to the right or h it.- i ioit free I'trns,
I recommend lotliimucufferingfasl have
with Hay Fever, Ely's Cream Halm. I have
tried nearly all the remodh a, and givo thii
a decided preference over thorn all. It has
given mo Immediate relief. C. T. Steph
ens, Haniwaro merchant. Ithaca. N. Y.
i Prlco 50 cunti.
..y .F Lamhiiin, river editor ot 4 iib Hiu.i.ktik
l . ti. r"'"1 . PHK-eiiKiir ait,tit. Order" for all
kit laof ateamhnat job prilitliii! "ollclted. Ofl'cc
at Bower humucan Hotel. No. 75 Ohio l.,vce.
Ill V Kit ITEMS.
The City of Providence for St. I.onis
passed up btst evening with a light trip.
The Ste. Genevieve for St. Louis left In re
at 0 p. m.yetti rday with fair receipts.
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis is due
this afternoon for Cincinnati. This is an
excellent opportunity to take in the expo
sition at Louisville only ten dollars f,,r the
The Jas. W. Ouir from Cincinnati is duo
this morning tor Memphis and V. V.
Liimbdin, IVsenger Agent, will fnrni h
tickets at low rates.
The W. P. Hulliday is due to-ni;ht from
St. Louis for New Orleans.
The City of Vickaburg will report lure
this evening on her way south.
The Hudson from Shawnee'own passt d
up for St. Louis last night.
The Port Ends left here yesterday 5 :U0
p. m. with a big tow for New Orleans.
The Thos. Sherlock while lying up ut
Cincinnati is undergoing heavy repairs and
having her cabin handsomely finished.
Capt. Tichenr.r is reported as having Hold
his interest in the Will S. Hays, which b wit
he was master of.
THE GREAT GERMAN
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111 Wlil II K, 1001 II U III',
jl'INY, SW 11. LINUS,
Sorenoss. Cuts. Bruitet,
Ill K.S, S AJ.Osj,
And all oth"r bodily urhes
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by nil iriii:ils i.n I
I . lers. I tr.'" Ions 111 II
Tlie Charles A. Vogeler Co.
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niiiii' ut i r 1
"'learn w- i
ha aalned uti ( livi ilile
r pmatlt'ii w licrevr
known, iliaplactni; ail
uther pr paratloiis. An
article of undouhtiJ
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Ml,! I'll" OH.SMTI
A 'I'll' liv 1 e niiL'.'r
lino thu ti . 1 r; . . !t
will be absorbed. clfiTltml y cleatiHlnj; lit,, t hmi
pa"in.'." ol ca'lmrrlial viri'ii r-ni i-i 1 1 u ' "ulthv -e-creiinii".
Ii aliaya Ii tlminiailon. prelfia tlie
n e i brum.! Ii lin.'x of tbe lead Iroin a'Mi i"ii il
cold". C(ilil,ileti'!y htal" the " rea ai d O'rt'.re" the
er." ol tate and "ini'll. Ileni tl ial reMilic ae
realized br a few application".
s 1 lt:j; ul'i.lt 'I IIKA l .MKT WILL ( t liR.
I'le q laled lor Cold in lh" Head, lleadacliK Atnl
Deaftu -H. or anv k lid ol unicnii" tiietnhratial irriin
tlon. r-eurt fur circular. Hy nmll, prepaid .VU'.
aparka::' "''iiiip reieived. Mild by nil wlioie
"ale ' ml Mull (1 luruo.
ELV'M'liKA M HALM CO.. Oweuo, N . Y.
Or Alr 1 ' , .f.f-.
iA;'At .' ifjsiV. siMf 1
A New and complete Hotel, fronting on Levr.
second and Kallroiul 8lret li,
The P,ii'tu;er lo pot ol Hie Chif ao, SI. I.i.i;
and .tew Orle'in": lUlno'i (,'eiitwiil ; W'abMHli, S1.
Lotil" and I'atdlle; lion Moutitalti and Sotubrrii,
.Voblle hi.iI Ohio; Cairo and St, Limn, Uniiwaif
are all Jucl cro" the Hreet j whilo thu Si i iiiiihuiii
Latidiim I" bnt one "'innre tl"taiit,
Till" llo'el I" heated by ateani, ha" Hen a.
Laiuidrv. Il.vilrai.llc Klevator, Kleclrlc c Ml It.-itx
Aiittiinailf Kire-Alarma, Hat hi, ahtniliuely punt air
perlect .ivterai't' and iimipletn appoint men ti'.
Saperl) fiiriitaliliicii perferl aurvtce; and an uti
xc lieH lal'ie.
I 1'. I'AUKKU Ai CO.,
WKlllrTlhiiltt, winl fnrtnf rnM"f l.lvi.r Cimiflnjil1
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Mi'.Nl', a itimriinli'i.il apeeilie for llyslerin, hi.r.i.
liis, Coiiviilsioim, Vita. NervoiiM N iilwiit,
lli'Hil.iclio, Ncrvoiia Prtmtnitioil t'ltlieeil li IlienO
iifaleohul or toliiiei'ii, Wnki'fiiliieeH, Mi'titul Do
preHHion, HofioiiuiK of tint limin reaiilimi-'iti in
aaitlty mid leiidittH to miHorv, deeny iiml ileal Ii,
rreniiillU'ii .)i Aire, lliiireliliei.H, I.ohh of powet
la eillior sox, Involuntary Lnmc Mini rlperiniit.
nrrlin'H eiuiNnil liyoveM'sertion of theliciiin.iielf-
hliit r ovi.r-iniliiliiei'. Kneli box eoiitiinm
unit lilontb's tnnilniiMiU I.HiH box, or MX lioxea
fur f 'alii, aunt by mail pre p'uilnn reeeipt of pnee,
WV. 4.1 AltWTI.i: KIX IIOM H
To mm any eaae. Willi each tirtlor psstlvrsl liyni
for aix Imxea, iiceimipanicil wild "'i11. wl"
icuil tin) utreliii"er our writhm Kimrantftt tt
fiinillho tnoney if tlm trentmetit doeauotelluut
vura. (iuuruutiMia iaaued only br
llAltliiY W. SOIIU1I.
DmutftKt, Cor. C'ouimurtiliil ivo. A IHtli it,, Cairo,
Ifft H i ', , ,'
. kw puoes applied to tho aurfarepinVtVa
and almost Instantly RCLIIVI PAIN! It Twill rt n Mikt. '
r dcscolor the 8kV or leaShr.U ofany
has no K.o.'Ai.fortl.r, Cnreof Rh.nmatl.. Sn'. iJ. n!lli...
StilJ Joint, Nouralgia, Lame Back, Cramp, Tooth. Ache.
Sore lliroat, Paina in the Limb or in any part of the by si em
ami is eipially eltieacioiis for all pains In tlio Stomach and Bowels
lo'inirniu a powernii uiuusivo Wllilliiaill. isee Mcrrell'l Alninnne.
sk your LiriigKlst for It. l'rlee 60
Prepared only hy JACOB S. MERRELL,
wrioleaala Drngglat. ST.
TI.UKI) ALL OVER.
What JJcsted ami KcfVcrheil a Weary
.Man iu Memphis.
"No. ll never amoiinti'd to an arute pain, hut ron
Iniied to he a dull weary ache Id the araall of my
back, writes Mr. Jann a i human, of No 111) Man .
ion struct, Muiiiiihla Tenn ' Tnl" wai an old ex
perience, and lilo hecame dull mii"ir.. 1 waa tired
all over, with pain In the lower llniba, and a hahit
ol lyititf awake of nojhtit. Hecently I tried ona of
llh N SON'S CAI'CINK I'OKOLS I'LASTBRH and
a" dciid, dly relieved williln twenlv fotir h"iira.
It may have been I'rovldenta that did tin) wnrk.
hut 1 lve the credit to ll. i"on'" poroii" p aster "
Mr. I homas' reverential idea does him credit, hut
i riivldiiice work" hy atrcnlH, and amonu tliem
neiiKon i plaster rank" llrt aa an external remedy.
It acts quickly In ndlel and healing, and render
lire heii. r wo-th living. Price -i: cent". Look in
the middle of the piaster fur the word CAI'CINK
Ask your physician" about it.
Seabury .t Johnson, Cheniiilit, New York.
NOT BOOKS l.P MAGIC, but choice, classic lite
ruttire, at prices so low as lo n ako the old-time
book-buyers wondkii. About 11 " '"l,'rVTO
orh.ill a million volunieanow 1 it) J 'lNi"5
reaily; sent anywhere for examination before pay
ment, on evidence of good faith. NOT sold by
ilea ers-prlces too low. CK page C'ttalogiw free.
'i!'iiiiJi:-,J'Jdjsher, IS Vesev St., N. Y.
Once Tested Always Preferred!
This great remedy has won its way to tho high
est plni i' in the 1'sii'cm ol the most intelligent peo
ple. There are da ly recruits to its host of frieudi.
Its performance la invurtably
JlKTTEIt THAN ITS I'ROMISK.
Tl gives lone and power. For complaint a of tho
hiinii ys, Ilowels, Stomach. Liver and Lungs, for
all Ihe subtle troubles ef women and for those
bodily disorders Induced hy anxiety, care and
nietitiil strain. Its eflects will surprise and charm
you. It I" rot an esse ce of ginger. Delicious to
the palate, an antidote to the loitior habit, and ex
ceedingly helpful to the aged and feeb:e. roc. and
!l.'i aides. IlISCoX & CO.. New York.
flu been more destructive !to humau health and
life than war, pesti euce and fainuin combined. "
So -aid a cistlng'.il-hed writer many years ago,
audit i a- true to-day as then. Ihe pour victim
of Hloou Disease i" drugged with Mercury to cure
the ma adv. and tie n dosed with lodidei to euro
him of ihs Meicurlal 1'olsonli.g ; but instead of any
relief, the Hrst breaks down his general Ilea th and
make, him a cripple, and the other rulna his di
gestive oreims. To those ntlllcted in this way
swift's peclUr is tlie greatest boon on enrili. and
i w ur h more thu ii Its wulght In gold. It antidotes
this M.'inirlnl 1'oison, tones up Ihe Kstem, and
brings Ihe sutlVrer back to health and hippluess.
Kverv lie mm who bus ever been s.ilvHint ahnnM
by all in tin take a thorough cou se oflbls remedy.
iKKKKKSONVIl.l S. Twti.os (' . Ja.
Kite years ugo I foitiid on my plantation a col
orcd mini who was badly diseased He stated
mat five cars before he had coriracted a violent
rase or lllood Poison, snrt had been treated hy
iioni.r Vu p ii iiiiif, nn iiiiiing to cure nun. i treat
i d lum Willi swift s spei ille, and In a short time
no was soini'i anil well, aud lias inn had a ' ran
...... ..( .1... .ii . 1
......... un-HI-..-.! mo u. u. Jl. ill Ci I1C,
One gctit'eman who had been cnrlnnd to his
lied six weeks with .Mercurial Hheumatlsm has
been cured entirely, and "peak" In the highest
praise ot . . . ClllLKS Jt EKRHY.
Si, 000 IIHVA1?J)!
win in p ; ' ir y t neniisi who will llnd, on
analysis ol loo bottles of 8. 8. S , ono particle of
mercury, iodide potassium, or any mineral inb
stance. Til K SWIFrsl'ECIFIC CO.
Drawer II, Atlanta, l)a,
tr" Write for tho little Boos, which will ho
Price: Small size, $1 00 per bottle. Largo
"i.e (holding double quantity) l 7.'i bottle. All
DtilL'glsts Hell It. i
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
1 n Howard utlvnnicHhM
ami imr ot nr hlHctro (jnl
VMfllt Mllll MiutiMtlo Ai'ijll
nnicri mid (iurniHUt un n
piirnciirn fur NHrvoiiHl)thl
It y . i'itri)ilH, Khctirtiiit hm
I 'iitlpty!iKhiiptlMD, Lout
of Vltul 1',''ik,v, Uvprwnrk
nil limin, Wuttk Dm k, Kid
!!', J.lVHr, nd hUraiic'h
LMiiiiplalnln, unit nru(tHit
wd to lilTHKH HKX. 'J'hM
VHiy latent lm
t Irt-ljr dllTHnint
from ImlUuud nil
ttlirm, as (tiny
iok1 lively ki-ii-riitu
iH)ltln, cuuhlDK no
wires, nor Irrltiv
tlOQ tlftllH flkln
ran lm worn lit
urk an wll hi
rent ouljr nutlc
HhlH to wMirr.
ntiiuui of all
1 ItH-trli'Hntl Mf
Ih dI ifi.uHiit, 'rii.iwi fur "MKN ONLY ut onr rnnch
thw nut. ut ill'ii'iirm, ti tlny ih'Ii dlri't upna NMrvinm,
M UMiMilur, uiHt (ionMntt ('ftn'HrN. MpiHilily rt'MorloK
thu viltilily -wliU'h In iMft trii tty-ilriiinr d from tfmnyv
ti'iti liy fni'MHB ur InfllstiTolltiim, Ihoy t h un In n nnlurul
Mity iivoiruiiiM thH woukni'riri wiiluiiit druuulnu tliH ntum
nt h. 't in will iMiiit Hvnry run nImmI id uti uohirHl di-is-MiMritt
Inn, iirui wh urn prtipiirml to fnrnifh th nnmt
Mini-ihiiit' mill iiliolntri t"'t)l to Miipport nor eluimn,
iHii-ti Mttxl I n nil hlnt Krt't .or mnt nhuIimI for iki pout nun
C:diuH.u1:q i AMERICAN GALVANIC CO
rroA Invited t 31 2 N. oth St., 8t. Louis, M-
How Many Miles Do You Drive?
Tins liislriiiueiit. Is no larger than a watch, It
tel s Ihe exiict lilllii'ier of miles dilv.u lo th
I I'U'lii pail ora mile ; couiita'upio'i,iii,0 nillui;
water a' d dust light ; alwtiyi in (inlet ( save"
horses lioin li.ttng over-drlveiii is easllv attached
.'L.W- -fJ?IIKK-Y' sr'lHg", Hulky, Wagon,
Itoiiil i'art, Sulky Plow, Heaper, Mower, or other
Drivers, I'liVtr IhiTST"
Fanners, Surveyors, Dray.
men, Mxiire"siiieii, siago owners, Aa, Price only
Dieacli, one-third the prlco of any other Oilom-
emr. VVhen urderlng give diameter of Tlio wheel.
Hunt by mall on receipt ef pries, po"l pa d.
"Add risj iioiioWit LL0 DO M K ti HC o
x North Ls Halls Ut., Chlcagi).
tVSerjd for Ct.tulsr. . Usiui.
A powerful urepai aliou eom-
iKised mostly of Easentlal Oils
Tho most penetratlna Liniment
, . " n ""1 Iwfrrti 1
cts per bottle
LOUI3, MO. I
By addressing (iBO. I'. KOWELL & CO., 10
Spruce St., New York, can learn the exact coitof
any proposed Una of advertising In American
Newspapers. 1(K) page Pamphlet 10 cents.
H 1 ' KKUa
l'OHT (iRAPE AVINE
Spker's Pout Gpaie Wine t
FOUR YEATiS OLD.
THIS CELKHItATED NATIVE WINE Is made
from the Juice of the Oporto (Jrape, railed In
thii country. Its Invaluable tonic and strength
ening properties are unsurpassed bv any other
Native Wine. Being the pore Juice of the Orape,
produced under Mr. Speer'a own perional mpervl
siod, In purity and genulnt nesa, are guaranteed .
Thi vounest child may pBrtake of Its generous
qualities, and the weakest Invalid uso It to advan
tage It is particularly beneficial to the aged and
debilitated, and suited tu thu various aliments that
afTed the weaker sex. It la In every respect A
WIN E TO BE RELIED ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
TheP.J.HIIERRY lswlno of Superior Char
acterand i artakes of the rlchqnalitlcs of the grape
from which il is made For Purity, Klchnesi, Fla
vo and Medicinal Properties. It will be found un
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This Tl HANDY stands unrivaled tn thii fjonntry
belngl'ar superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
pure distillation Irotn the grape, anil contains val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, similar to thatorihe grap, from which It Is
distilled, and ii in great favor among llrst-rlass
families. See that the signature of ALFRED
tsTKER, Passaic, W. J., Is over the cork of each
Sold liy PAUL SCIiUH
AND BY DRUGOIST3 KVERYWIlcHB.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rffitlrr Oindiiats of twn medical
rolleues, ims been longer engaged lu the treal
ineiit of Chrome. Norvotm, Muu ,,i,(l
illoo.l Dise.ises than anv other iilivnleliin In
St. Lull la, as city papers -liw and hI'I old rel.
dents know, ( i'iisiiltali"n ..t oilii r by mail.
rreeaml Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
eosu nothing. When ll Isfnennvenlent lo visit
the city .or treatment, ineilieiues an be sent
by mall or express everywhere. Curable ruse
giiiiranu eil : where doubt exists n la frankly
blated. Call or Write. '
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
rjiysicalWoaktiess, Mercurial and other
affectionsof Throat, ,Skin and Bones, Blood
Impnritieg and Blood Poisoning;, Skin AfTec-
t ions, Old Sores a.td Ulcers, Impedimonts to
Marriags, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgeaoss or Exposures.
It Is Ridf-evlileiit that a physician paying
particular alleutlnii to a class of cases alula
great skill, and plivslclaiis In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, lYe.ii.'nlly
recommend eases lo Hie oldest oillce In Ane rlca,
w here every known applla Ik retorted to,
and the proved (rood v')oeille of all
ages .mil countries are used, A whole houss Is
used liiroillee purposes, ami all aretreateil with
skill In a ri's,ieii'ii inanner; and, kiiowlug
w hat In do. no exppi l nieiilH are niailw, On ac
count of the great uiiiiiber applying, thsi '
cliiirges are kept low, often lower than Is
iletiiaiuleil by others If you securw the skl'l
and get a siee.;y and perfect lit'. cure, (hat Is
the important iii illei-. Pamphlet, M patfe,
cut to any add rein free,
plates, ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Klegiuit cliilh iciil gilt binding. Sealed for 50
cents In postage or currency. Over tl It y won
b ri'iil pen pb iiiri's. trui' to life artlclesnn the
following 8iibect. i. Who may marry, who not;
whyr Proper age to marrv. Who initrry Hrst,
VI an hiMi.l . W iiinaiiliiiiiil. Physical decav. Who
"boiild inari'v. I.l.ovlli'e iiiul'liappliiess may b
increased, Tlmn luarrleil or coiitnipln'tliig
marrying should read It. it ought to be read
oy all adult pei s,ni, then kept under lock and
k '. Popular eillllnn. himie as above, but paper
rover and inc. page- M4 cents by mall, lu niuutiy
Any Housekeeper In the land can repair the Cook
Stove put In new Fire Hark", new O rites and new
Llnlnr-a-by oalng SOUBNOIC'S
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS,
Hold by all Tlardwar and Store Dealers.
Hstin ro Ciwrt'taws. Manafactured only by
Hclienck'a Adjustable Fire Bark Co.,
52 Dearborn atrvet, Chicago
Nnurosono, (new Nerve-Life, Ntrr-ngtli and
Vigoci Is it iMisitlvn rt'storiitlvd for Dip Lo of
T.itily VtVor lu Younu, Mldrtle-Aged and
Uld Men, no mutter rroui wluit euitse. In Ner
vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Beminal Weakness, ami kindred Hllnienta,
this bt-tndard Botuedy Is AcorUln eursutf
to all iiii'h itutlerers. who send a iliituineiil of
their troubles, a quantity anhVlont In prov J lis)
virtue will hy sen I Frtaa of Cost. Address.
P. O" JoaW.4.ZO"ME