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CAN liK SAVED
IN THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
by the use of Kkx .Viiimis, Tim KiimiHtoii Food
Preservative. Il iinwrvn Meat. Fish, Milk,
Cream, Kggs. and all kinds of Animal fond fcsh
and sweet li.r weeks, even III tlm hotlusi weather.
This can b prrivoi lv the ImhiIiikuiiiiIh of hun
dreds who have tried II. Yon run rvr It fur your
self fur Ml cents. Yon will llud that this l iin uclk
du which Mill save you annul dual of money.
No HpoiliMl Mp:iI.
No r-itoli! b'.aiiH.
It will keep them freb ar d sweet fur innllvduys
and docs not imparl tlm Hlmhtcut fori Irn taste 10
thn aalk.li'H tr aii'ii. Il Is so simple. In operation
that a child can follow i he dirci t ons, Ih uh harm
less an h i Mini coi only a friti'llon of a cent to a
pound ol neat, ll-h, hiiticr or cheese or to a (fart
of milk. This In no hunihiii'; 11 Im endorsed hy
stiru lit i n hp I'rof. Sain'l W. .johiiKoii ol Yale Col
lege, Mild ny imri'NH ai d grnrcr Nhiii (!:
pound -nut pic paid by mail or a.-xirn (as wn
prefer) I'll receipt of pitce. N111111: your express
office. landinc brain! fur meal ; I 'viiii Wave lor
fish and scs-limd; Snow Kin. e fur milk, butter mill
ehocse; Ai.tl Ferment. Anti-Fly 'Hid Anil Mold. rs'c
per II). each. IVarl for m ain ; ljuceii lor eggs,
and Airia V 1 r ; for 11 Id extra' is. g' per lb. each.
T lib III' d ISTON' Knol) PR.KxKkVISU CO.,
i Killiy M , Huston. Mam.
! or sale hy T:i, dcVwIm
Aik tli(! tnont eminent iliyMcian
Of any school, wh it is tin: lu st tliiiij,' in
the worhl tor uniciin aid nllayinjr all iiri
tatiun of tlm nerves aid rutin"; nil f ruijj of
nervous coinpUiiilH, iv.nu' natural, cliilJ
like rel'reiliinu' slurp al .vay?
Ati'l they will tell ymnuili' si! iiin'ly
'Some form of Hop!-! '
ciiaitk 1: 1.
Ask any it all ol ihu ino.-t 1 initiont phy
Bicians: "What in the lust aii'l only remedy that
can be relied 011 to cure all diseases of the
kidney aid urinary orchis; such ha
Bright' .liscn.-i', diabetes, retention or ina
bility to retain urine, aid all the , licenses
and ailments peculiar to Women."-
"And tliey will t"ll you explicitly aid
Ak the saiii" p!i 'if.iiuis
"What is the most reliable mi 1 Mirest
cure fur all liver ili-enes or il)peia; con
stipation, iinliijis'iiii, h.li'iiiJties-, malarial
fever. Hotif, v;i,"hi;.1 tiu y will tell you:
Mati'lruke ! or I) m leiion ! ' .
Hence, when the-c reiiieilns 'ire cjinbin
eil wiih others cqmilly valuable
And coinpiiun leil into Hop Bitters, such
a wonderful and mysterious cur itive power
it developed which is so varied in its opera
tions that no disease or ill health can possi
bly rxK or resist its power, and y. it is
Harmless for the most frail woman,
weakest invalid or smnllest child to ue.
"Almost dead or near), tl vintf '
For years, aid yiven up by phyniciansof
Brii;ht's and other kidney l:sea.-e, liver
complaints, severe coughs called consump
tion, have been cured.
Women join; nearly crazy 1
From aony of neuralgia, nervousness,
wakefulness and various diseases peculiar
People drawn out of shape, from excruci
ati ntr pans of Kiieiiuiatism.
Inflammatory and chronic, or HitTcrin
Salt rle'Uin , I'i'iod ui'nti' !, y-'. iieli
Kentlon, and in fact uimu'l all i r. 1 trail
.Nature heir to
Hav tie,-ii cured hv Hop Ititt r. p-i..f of which
Can be found In e very i,- iiljliorhood :u the known
AMONG THE LADIES
The ltrilliiiiif , fascinalin
.iiits()f('ouiiltioii lor wliiclt
latlios slrivo nro Hi icily ail i
filial, ami all ulio will tako
tin1 trouMo may .secure II10111.
'I'liese rosealo, hewilcliin
lines iollowtlie useoCIIauatrs
Magnolia Italtn a delicate,
harmless and always relialile
iirlicle. Sold hy alldruists.
Tht Magnolia Hal m Con
ceals every hleniish, removes
Nallowness, Tan, Uedness,
Kruplious, all evidences ol
excitement and every imper
fection. Its ellorts are imniediato
and so natural that no human
beiiiij can delect its applica
tion. ' '""-TCTSirinri1 1
Hostnttor'K Stomach Hlttera, hy InermialiiK tIIiiI
power, anl reiulnrlnir III" physical luiictlon reit
ularnnd active, keotm the sytein In mmd work
inir order, aud proterta It ailni dien.. Kor
conailpallon, rlyspppsh ami livi-r romplalrit
ncrvotinmiM, ltldney and rheumatic allmeiit,li I"
invalmihle. and It nivorda a tnto ilefenon nualiit
malarial feve'. lieoldes nmiovlnn ull tr iees of
iiirh cllneaae Item the y'em,
Kornnlnliy all Pruiwlsts ami Diialnrn gemirally.
Slain Monroo ats.ivnmuuo.
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The Daily Bulletin.
Helping a i'riend,
1 lmve come to hcd if you aro irepnr
ed to do anylhino; in the line of chiiri
ty," remiitkeil 11 lull, raw boned wom
an, sieitiiijr hi'r.aidf al the inuririin m1
ltor's de.,k iind reardiny; thai fiinetion
iny with an imperious (rlanee.
"I don't know," replied tins inana
ijir editor, doiiblfiilly cotitemplfitin
the religious editor. "What is the na
ture of the eharitv?"
"It is our Ilomo for Indigent Old
Women," returned the guest. "You
know about it, do you not?"
"I don't," replied the inaiinging ed
itor. "Do you?" he continued, glanc
ing at the religious editor.
'Never heard of it," answered the re
"It looks pretty old," smiled the
nifuiagiiig editor, winking nt the relig
ious editor and casting a glance at tho
"Sir," she exclaimed, bridling up
and translixii.g the managing editor
with a look.
"I -1 beg pardon." said the manag
ing editor. "I I didn't mean "
"J wouldn't have believed it of you,"
chipped in the religious editor, eyeing
him with withering scorn. "To insult
a lady who came to your office on such
a glorious mission of charity! If any
courtesy is due any body, it is duo these
noble women who sacrifice their young
lives to the welfare of those who cannot
take care of themselves! Believe me,
M.vlain1. ho does not represent the
hontiinent of this office!"
"lie's u brute!" sobbed the canvass
er. Worse than that," replied the re
ligioiis editor, impressively. "A brute
wouldn't have done such a thing. If I
were you I would refuse his money now
and I would never call on him again."
"Oh, look here!" pleaded the man
aging editor in distress. "I didn't
"I know what you meant," retorted
the religious editor, severely. "You
meant to intimate that this lady is old,
w hereas she is young and beautiful.
There is no excuse for you and from
this time out, you and I are not only
(irani'ers but enemies!"
"Oh, you dear man!" murmured tho
canva-v-r smiling through her tears.
' "Don't mention it, madame," begged
the religious editor, taking her liaud
tenderly. "It is the province of chiv
alrous men to protect the young and
fair agaiunt the assaults of designing
men. Hut oh, to think of the friend I
have lost in that man!" and tho relig
ious editor buried his face in his hand
kerchief and winked over the corner at
the managing editor.
"I feel fur you," murmured the fair
defended, "I too know what it is to lose
a friend, but it is pleasure to gain am
cither," and she ca.it a soft glance on
the religious editor.
"Leave me to my grief!" sobbed the
religious editor. "At a time like this I
would be alone. Let mo escort you to
the door, le-t some other ill meaning
man shall sav aught to injure your ten
der feeling', ' and the religious editor,
showed her out with every mark of con
sideration and returned to his enemy
with a face disclosing every evidence ol
"You couldn't have done better." hf
remarked, as he met the stern eye ol
his superior "You saved us live dol
"Is that so?" grinned the iii.inagino
"Sure'.s you're born," retorted th
"If you hadn't given me that chane
to prey on her emotions she would havt
come to us to that tutu at leat. That'i
the dill'erelice between It man and ?
woman," continued the religious editor
caiinr an :iiiiuu look at the mating
ill editor's closet door. "A Ill-ill wouit
have M illed on tin basis of cadi wher
you made that break, but a woman wil'
receive no recompense irotu a man whr
has injured her feeling. She wouh
rather ) him Miller the remorse. Oh
you imdcr-land women! You nevei
played anything prettier in your lift
1 1:111 when you played thai. How'sthi
"1 ihink oii went back on tee," re
monacal'' I the managing editor, bring
ing forth u, tcea-iivs reluctantly. "I'd
have got out all rigid if vou had !t me
"In the generosity of your soul you
would have given her ten dollars," ro-
died tue religious editor, throwing the
ng over his shoulder and measuring
lis ipiaiitinii as it trickled out. "I saved
you that money, nud you ought to lend
And the managing editor pulled out
tile amount and handed it over, lie
felt that with money in his pocket the
religious editor tnighi lot go of the dem
ijohn in time to get tho paper out.
Capping tho Oliiuax.
"Mr. 11 it m but t lis." said an Austin
man, "I hear front numerous parties
around town that you aro an aw ful liar,
one of those Jumbo prevaricators who
stretch the truth from Orient to Occi
dent w itliout snapping it once. How is
"Well, well," meekly replied Mr.
ritimliottle, "I don't know about that,
I never made any such extravagant
claims as you speak of, and I haven't
the least doubt in the world but that
even you could lay me out In tho shade
if I told the first Mury."
"Well, so long as yot keep within
llu; shadow c,f 1 null 1 might keep some'
w here in sight of you. ,J ust give us ono
lillle lie for a starter."
"Il'in! yes, well," replied the mild
mannered Mr. l'lumhottle, "lot me see,
1 once sucked nineteen raw eggs at one
"Nineteen!" answered the Austin
man, "why that isn't a circumstance to
what I did once on a wager when I was
a hov. Down back of my father's barn
I once sucked twcnty-lwo raweggs, and
I i (I it easy, loo,"
"Sucked twenly-two, oh. I knew 1
stood no show If you made tue tell the
first story, hit, ha. That's pretty good.
Sure you sucked tliPlii?,'
"Yes, sir, Iwenty-two lien's eggs."
"P, hen's eggs, eh, well, I forgot to
meiii lon my nineteen were ostrich eggs,
holding about three quarts apiece, fifty
seven quarts, nhout fourteen gallons
and a quarter. Figures won't lie, you
know, (rood tlav, I must drift til'otig
dowu town." 2'i!j:an Biflingi,
CAIRO BULLKTW: TUESDAY MOKNINt, AUGUST U, 1333.
Hunting the Buffalo.
Ingoing down the Yellowstone, In
Montana, and across the vast region
lying bet ween (ilendivo and Mandtin,
one is struck with the evident scarcity
of game, This famous region, where
two or three years ago herds of biill'alo,
antelope and deer were lo be seen on
every side, is to all appearances stripped
of itsgame. The fact is, the slaughter ol
biill'alo and deer has been immense f r
the past two years, and particularly of
the former, 'it is estimated that dur
ing the past winter there has been a
thousand hunters engaged in the busi
ness of slaughtering biill'alo along the
line of the Northern Pacific between
Mandan and Livingston. An eagle
eyed hunter gave me tin; following in
teresting details as to the modus oper
andi in slaughtering herds of btill'alo.
In the first place, the experienced hun
ter uses the Shurpe rille, tO-'JO calibre.
With this he can kill at 1,000 yards.
Whim ho sees a herd of bull'alo he usu
ally slips up to within convenient
range, from ;i0 to .OOO yards, and al
ways select a cow for his first victim.
He does this for the reason that the
cow is followed by both her yearling
and two-year-old calves, and tliey will
usually stand by her to the last.' I5ut
under no circumstances will the experi
enced hunter kill his bufl'alo outright.
If ho does, the herd will stampede at
once. The policy is to wound fatally,
but so that the animal will dash around
in a circle before falling. This it al
ways does when mortally wounded,
and after a few moments lies down.
The remainder of the herd are not
alarmed at this, but continue to graze,
or look on dazed spectators of the trag
edy being enacted. After his first shot
tho hunter pauses until quiet is restor
ed, and again files at .mother cow,
with similar results. He always aims
to put his ball just behind the fore
shoulder, which will cause death in five
rninutes at furthest. When the cows
have all been slain he turns his atten
tion to the calves, and lastly to the
bulls. The experienced hunter gener
ally bags the entire herd unless he is so
unfortunate as to drop his game imme
diately, when all the survivors stam
pede at once. The buffalo does not
scare at the crack of a gun. He has
decidedly more courage than discre
tion. It is only when the crack is fol
lowed by an immediate fall that he re
alizes its deadly nature and takes
alarm. The policy of killing the cows
first and then the calves has resulted in
the almost utter extinction of the fe
male uutialo. Herds of melancholy
bulls can still occasionally bo seen",
sometimes in bands of twenty or thirty,
and often without a single cow.
As I have said, the bulls aro about
all that are now left of the biill'alo.
They largely owe their safety to the
fact that their bides are less valuable
than those of the cows, while at the
same time they are more dillieult to
kill. The hide of the bull is only worth
to the hunter from iJl.N) to .," while
that of the cow brings $:l,2.1 and that
of the 2-year old calf is worth from $1
to l.'t. Hut of late there has sprung
up finite a demand in the Kast for the
head of the buffalo bull. The well pre
served head of an aged bull decked out
with glass eyes and horns intact will
readily sell for fc'.'o in the Kastern mar
kets. Consequently tho buffalo hunter
of tho future will wago a destructive
war upon the bull tribe, and these ven
erable relics of a by-gone era will also
pass swiftly away. H lam (M, T.) In
Passin j a P'. cari Off for a Russian Boar.
Two men with buckets full of paste
and long-handled brushes were plaster
ing the Crissmat) House barn all over
wiih circus and menagerie bills. The
whole fif juvenile, and a largo portion
of post-juvenile Milford were out boss
ing the job. The old settler stood in
the front rank of the spectators, com
menting on the various specimens of
the animal kingdom as they were dis
played, one after the other, by the. bill
posters. When ono appeared that was
strange to (lim ho asked information
from the circus men. They gave it to
him, and w hen they passed oil' the pa
tient and mild-eyed llama of Peru as
thi! great long-haired gyasty cuius of the
north, and assured him that the tunnel
mouthed rhinoceros was the light-bound-ing
gazelle of ( rriental groves, he thank
ed thein kindly, and thought them very
pleasant gentlemen. As the panorama
progressed, the picture of apeccari was
unfolded to the rapt gaze of the wonder
"Mowt I tvsl ye, my son," said he
blandly to one of the itinerant profess
ors of natural history, pointing to tho
picture with Ids cane, "mowt l ast y?,
now, what that mow t he the photygraft
"That," said tho ohous man, "Is a
splendid specimen of the great Russian
The old settler's cane caine down
with a thump on the ground, and he
turned fiercely on the hill-poster.
"What!" he roared, "that humpback
ed runt of a thing? That thing a ba'r?
Look-a-yer, young man! You can't
coino into this edge o' the country an'
nick us up for no lunk-heads, b'gosh!
If you'd ever n ben whar I've ben, more
time's ye've got lingers 'n toes, too, ve'd
know better' n to try'n push that critter
Inter my gullet fur a Uiishin b'ar! See
yer, young man! we hain't got no gins
tyeutuses, nor no gazelles, nor no drum
my daries, nor no ring tail baboons a
roarin' an' teiiriu' an suortin' through
lliifj ycr t.onier o' the footstool; but we
Imv got b'ars. An' so don't vou go a
britig4n' that air thing alongyer with
yer show an' go to liollerln' out 04 It's
a b'ar, or the hull dura poppclation '11
git up 011 his ear an' wade Intel' Ids
cage an' show yo that he knows a gull
durn orn'rv grottn' hog when lie sees
itl"-AVw York Sim.
A Pennsylvania ghost makes its ap
pearance lit the form of 11 woman in
white, and thou changes Into a black
sheep. Wo are willing to believe the
white woman part of the story, but when
a man tells lis how, In the dead hour of
midnight, with every star blotleij o,ul of
the sky hv the Inky I'luihk mid while It
tfas rain,fng like a limiso n-llre, ho saw
A U nek khoep run through the thick
woods and dense underbrush until It
disappeared over the brow of the hill,
wo nro going lo believe that it was no
upook, but merely an ordinary, elf-i'u
Kpootlng Bluipp running to get tiwity
from tho awfullest liar iu America. -Hawkey
Woitu Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an oiler hy which
you can earn $U to 7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Hoys or GirlH can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 19,r5 and 107
Fulton Street, Now York.
A Noiuishiiuf Wine.
Old and infirm poisons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
season. Tho wine innde at Spin r's .Mount
Prei.pt ct Vineyards, in New .rVrw-v. elie
Kpeer's Port Grapu Wine, is used 111 the At-
inmic. Diatcs tnu nest tonic wine knowti,
and is regarded as pure, atnl is very popu
lar among physicians, It is especially
beneficial for females and old people. St.
MaDy times you want to keep meat or tih
for several days. Lay it in a solution of
Hex Magnus over night and you cun keep
it Inr weeks. Y'ou can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring in a little of the
"Snow Flake" brand.
To The West.
There aro a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Lou'u ami
over tho Missouri Pacific HaiUnv. Tun
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
ucpoi, nairu i,ouis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
(ireat make are attached to all trains,
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado. New Mexico ami Cal-
jf-;rnin "H'fjct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made wiih the
Overland train for California.
This lino oilers to parties enmute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
eccDery, as it passes through tile finest por
tion ot Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, ic, of thit
line, w hich will be mailed free.
C. H. K INN AN, P. ClIANIII.EK.
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, (ien'l Pass Acciil.
To all who aro sulfering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will erreyou, kiikk
of CHAKOE. This great remedy whs
discovered hy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Hi v.
JosErii T. Inman, Station D., New York
FOH Dvsnensia. Indieestion. f)i
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various torms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers.the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard ii Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
beet tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are sufli
cientlyp.)werful for the most robust, yet
tho safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
How foolish to bo trying all the new
medicines that come out! The old stand
by, -'Lindsey's Ulood Searcher," is all that
KucKien's Arnica SAlve
The Host Salve "n the worhl for Cuts,
Hruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Iil.eiim, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. Fo'r sale by J5ticla,
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
i HKsTfcli. i.'d year opens Senlcmlier l-.'ili
1'iilldlni r.ew. Superior iippo'iitun'iitN civil Kn
Rlnivrliii;. Cb micnl. uliivute, r- nijlinh Cnurm-n.
IrcnlaiKxf I'. W'. IWn lav. Vrn., W. '. lUI;iii;,y
Eki .or of Col. 'I'll KO. HYATT, I'ren't.
Col. Tui'O llvat'. President of the I'enni'vlvHnia
Mllllnri Aouhiny. fid Im nt Urn IfnllliNy
Hotel iu Cuiro, on WV'duemliiy, Aiuzuki 'J.'nd.
fioni o A. M. to li M , and will he happr i,,
fee patroim of the Aiudi my and others on i 111 ml
Moiiticcllo Ladies' liiiiiiiiry,
ooiiriiKV, maim os co; mv, 11,1,.
Dp im Si'l'teinln r '.ti. Kirnt-rliiKS school. One of
I lie 0 field in t In west. I.ouatlon !-! tit v nnd do
lUhllie. Superior iilviiiilimv for Knillfli and
.'lKnii al i. iteration, with Music. Hnnvliiu'. I'alnt
mifaiid Modern l.anj!'iai;ep, Annlr, fur raialonuu,
10 Ml"" H. N. llASKtLL, Prliiclpul.
ViJ-i oilAw am
A Now and l ompicle tlolol, froiiliim on Lew
ScroinJ mn IUIIroad Htrmds,
Tlm VaMenciir Depot ol tlm Chlraeo, si. I o.
and .tew Orleans: Illinois Central ; Valnli. si
l.iviis and I'aelilr.j lion Mountain and Souilvrr,
Mnlille and Ohio; Cairo and Mi. l.num Ituiiv iv.
are all Jnsl across I he street ; while, the StoiimVm
Undiiiu Is Inn one anuure distant,
This Ilolel In he.uol hy slemn, hM m.-ien
Laundry, Hydraulic Kloviilor, Kleelrh t ' ill i ,di.
Automatic Hrn-Alai ins, Hatha, ahsolulelv pine iiir
piirleiUewerak'eanil inniplnlv aplmlnliiietii..
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nnrnniiinn with tthy"toUi
kk.w uuopH applied to tiiTHnur
Sore ihroat, Pain in the Limb or la any purt ol the System.
mil is ciiiiilII v eltle.ii'liniu fup nil i.uli.u
reiiiilrlnu a powerful diffusive stimulant. Sen Merroil's Almtuine
Vsk your Drut'Klst for It. Trice 60
ITepared only by JACOB S. MXRRELL.
Wholeaalw Dnigglst. 8T.
TIHKI) ALL 0VE
What Uesteil tiiil Kefrenlieil a Weary
Man iu Memphis.
No. it never aimiunti d to an acute pain, but con
iniied to he & dull weary aehu in the small of my
hack, wrl'es Mr. Jiimi s i homas. of io 5!) Madi
son slroet, Memphis Tenn. This waa an o:d ex
lii rieiice, and lite hecame dull music. I waa tired
all over, wiih pain In the lower llmhs, and a halnt
c.'.l,..v."ll-'..ll.w,ik,! "f uiL'hls. Heceutly I tried one of
lllvN.soVs caitink I'OKOUb 1'I.ASTKKH and
was decidedly relieved within twenty-four hours,
't may liuvi! heen Providence that did the work,
nut 1 Klve Hie credit to llenson's porous plaster "
Mr. l liomiiH' reverential idea dots him credit, but
r..vid. nee works hy airi nts. and among them
tenson s nhiHter ranks first as an external remedy,
it aets quickly iu relief and healln, and renders
life hetl.T w.eth living. Price U, cents. Look in
the middle of tho plaster for the word CAPC1NK.
Ask your iihyswlmis about it.
Sealiury ,V Johnson, Chemists, New York.
NOT HOOKS i.K MAtilC, hut choice, classic lite
riiiure, al pru'es so low as to make the old tlme
tiooK-huyers womikii. Ahont-lttr rl,lXTCI
or h.ill'a million volumes now 1Z) 1
reac.y; simiI any where fur examination tieforu nav
iiienMin cviiUnce of good faith. NOT sold' by
di iii.T-i,rire loo low. 08 pk.,. Cntaloiiiie free,
'ly i'N H- A I.I) X, I'lihllsher, IS Vesey St., N . Y.
pA'UKEirs (J INilEiTpNlC
Once Tested Always Preferred!
Tins great remedy has won its way to the hlh
esi place In thu esteem ol the most intelligent peo
ple. There are daily recruits to Its ho t of frlenus.
Its performance la Invariably
IlKTTER rilAN ITS PROMISE.
It irlvi s tout- and power. For complaints of tho
kidneys. How, -Is, Stomach, Liver and Lungs, for
nil the siiblli! troubles of women and fur thote
bodily diror lers induced hv anxiety, care, and
uientiil strain, lis etlecls will surprlsu and charm
you. It Is rut an esse' c,e of ginger. Delicious to
i he puliite, an antidote to the liquor habit, and ex
ceedingly helpful to tlie aged and feeble, rnc. aud
$.itite. IllSCuX & CO.. New York.
IIns been more destructive to human health and
life than war. pestilence aud famine combined. "
Soaid a r.lsiinculshed writer mauy yeurs ago,
and il l a trim to-day as then. Tho poor victim
of Blood Disease is drugged with Mercury to cure
the inn Hdv . and ihen dosed with Iodides to cure
him of the M.tcurliil Poisoning; hut instead of any
relief, the first breaks down his general hea th and
makes him a cripple, and the other ruins his dt
gesilve orpins. To those afflicted In this wav
shift's Specific Is the greatest honn oneanh. anil
is wor'h more tlniti Itswelght lu gold. It antidotes
this Meicurial l'oison, tones up the svstem, and
brings the sufferer buck to health and happiness.
Kvery person who has ever been salivated should
by all un-ana taku a thorough course of this remedy.
,1 KCPKKSONVII.M, TWIOOS C., (iA.
l ive jciirs ago I fi.ii! d on .ny plantation a cul
ureil man who was hndly diseased. Ho stated
Unit the i ears before he hail contracted a violent
ran' ol lllood Hoison, and had heen treated hy
ed him with Swill s specific, and iu a short tune
man, mii. iiiHiis, an inning 10 cure mm. 1 treat
ne whs soiinn ami well, aud has not hud a s mp.
win 111 uie upi.-Hse soil e. U..11. HLutlE.9.
One gentleman who had been confined to his
lied six weeks with Mercurial Ithfumatlsm has
been cured entirely, and speaks in the highest
cruise 01 s, o. o. t llll.r.S DISKKX,
SI. OOO IMi'AVAHJ)!
will he 1 11 ".1 v Chemist who will find, on
analysis ol im l ollies of S, S. S , one partlclo of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mineral sab
Htiinci), THE SWIFT SPECIFIC! CO.
Drawer i, Atlanta, Ga.
ffr Write for the llltlo Boon, which will bo
I'riie: Small sl.u, Jl on per bottle. Large
si.e (holding double quantity) WI TS bottle. All
Drnggists veil It. 4
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
lino ntiriitni.r r.isouo tn
viinle and .Miutiutiu Ailt
unees iitnl Osruisnls srs
sure cure for Srvoiislishll
It y, I'm ulysls, IthKumutl.m
of Vital t.nnruy, Ovsrwnrk
e.l llniln. Weak Buck. Kid
riMv. I.ivrtr. and Khimiwh
coiiiiiiints, anil nmudaiiU
IU CITUKUKKX. lllew
very latest Im
proved, snd so
from Iwlt.aod all
avlds, raaslng no
sores, nor Irrlla
tliiuorilm UK In
cur! bo worn at
work as well m
rest mil; notlr
utils to sur.
nil tagva uf sll
Is ef Imueilt. TlmsM for MEN ONLY at nnea reach
tea seal ot dliieap". as they act illris't iteoa Nsrvoui,
Muscular, mid 1 li.in.iallv I'suler., iweillly reslnrins;
tlw vliiillly whleii is H Iim irli'lly-dralnsd rriirn llissys
tein liy stci.M. nr liollHerellnns, Ihsy thus in a natural
wsy iivi'ri'iiiMn tin. HHiikiiiiss vvlthiMil druuulns tin. stem
aeli. 'I'hi ivilletire every caw short of slruel ural da
u.Ml, thi inn. an,) h a 1 iin.parsil lo f.irtilsh tlm mint
siliiilhilli" nnd ati-nllllM prnnf lit silii"rt nnr claims.
Hl1111i111i1.il I'aiiiehhit Krue.ur sent sealed Inr Ik) pmlaus
Cctiultl'.l:n f AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
free Inrltci I 3 1 2 N. 0th 8t.. 8t. Louis. M".
llnw Many Miles Do Von Drive?
O DOM :K.rlvE 11
Tills liii.lru.i.' nt Is no lan;ir limn a witch. It
lel.ii tho exaii nuni'ier of miles driven to the
I i In imiMifa liilie ; Coiints"liTrii""i,ro"''mile;
wuii r led dust ilghi ; always 111 onieT; saves
!ilLr."i!r.'n!!lLl'.'Jjl!f "vef-'l riven; Is easily attached
lo the wheel of u jluggy, Carlagu, "siijk'v, WagoB
Itosii Carl, Sulky How, Hcaper, Mower, or other
vehicle, I iivaliiiililo In Xlveryiuetb FlTasure
Privets. I'hvsleliuis, Kariuers, Surveyors, Dray"
m''iiihs pressmen, stavw Owners, Ac, l'rlcenly
tMQencli, onedlilrd tin price of any oilier Oilom-
einr, W hen mderlng rflve dlamtiler of Ike wheel
Hent hy mall nil rnewlpt uf price, posl pa d.
a tiwh U Hsll SC, Chlraeo.
liTHond for Circular. bVi ;iia,
you rct ivuuo
A powerful lirfDuriilloueiini.
imscil mostly ol Kaaenttal Oils
Tho most pcnetratlnir Llnlmeni
known. Ho concentrated that a
0. 11... u..J. j '. . '
cU per bottle
By addreiislng OKO. I. KOWELL & CO., 10
Spruce St., Sew York, can learn tho exact cost of
any proposed line of advertising In American
Newspapers. ftrW-fgo Pamphlet 10 cents.
POUT GRAPE WINE
FOUIl YEAI;S OLD.
THIS CEI.EI11UTKD NATIVE WINE ia msr,
from thejulco of the Oporto Orape, raised In
this country. Its Invaluable tonic and streoirth.
enlng properties are unsurpassed bv any olhef
Native Wine. Being the pnre Juice of the Orape,
produced tinder Mr. Spoer's own personal stipend
sion, its purity and genulm ness, are guaranteed.
Th'i vounest child nay partake of its generoui
qualities, and the weakest invalid use it to advan
tage It Is particularly beneficial to the aged and
debilitated, and suited lo the various ailments that
Bffect the weaker sex. It Is In every respect A
WINK TO BE It E I.I K I) ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. SIIKKIt V Is a wine of Superior Char
acter and 1 ariakesofthe rich qnahtles of the scrap
nun. ii 1. u 11 in umui" rur r 11 my, men nous, si
vnt and Mi'llleltlal Prnni.rlii.M II will Itu funnA nn
Sneer's P. ,T. Brandy.
This R HANDY stands unrivaled In this Cooniry
being far superior fur medicinal purposes. It ia a
pure distillation from the grape, and contatB val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delltal fla
vor, similar to thul of lhe grapes, from nbleh It
distilled, and is In great favor among first-class
families. Hee that the signature of 1VLFRK.II
HI" K Kit, I'assalc, W . J Is over the eork of each
Sold Bv PAUL SCHUH
AND BY DKUGOISTS EVF.RYWHh.RE.
617 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, MQ.
A rsxtular Oradium of twn mwflctt?
Pollem-s. has liien lmii.er engaged In thstreat
t'.","1 ".f (,,',lirouio: Nervoim, SU111 ami
IUoimI IllsenwH than any other iihvslelau li
St. I.uiils, iu oily papers shew ami il old resi
dents kuw. ( o:iiltalt'n ..t niliceor b mail
free and Invited. A friendly talk ur his opinion
CH iiiillilng. When It Islueonvsiileiittovlslt
the city .ur treatment, meUcliii" can be sent
liynuiil or express i-vervw here. Curaide case
guaraiih'edi where douhl exists ll JsiVankly
stilted. Cad or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Dobility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affee-
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Eheumati.nn, Piles. Speoial
attention to cases from over-worked brain,
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Disoases arisi ng from Imprudences, Exaessnsy
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to u class ulra-cs attains
great skill, Mel physicians lu rvirular pracllca
all over the couniry knowing this, frequently
recommend caseHto the oldest dtlce lu America
where every known spplhtnre Is resorted tu
and the proved geu.l rt-liiedlea of all
sites and ceiintrles are Used. A whole lioiiss !
ued furoillce puns,,), and all are treated ith
skill In a rcpecttlil manner ; and, kuowlng:
what to disno experiments are madv. on ac
count lit' the great iiiuuher applying, thu
rharxes are kept low, often lower than Is
d.-iiiainh'il hy others If vou secure the skl'k
and get a speedy ami perfect lit" cars, that Is
the Important matter. 1'auiphlel, J pagea,
sent to any nddreaa free.
tklegaiit cloth ai'd irilt blmllug, Sealed for GO
rents lu Histage nr currency. Over llfty won
lerfiil pen plcinres, true to life . artleleson tha
following subject". Who may marry, who not;
whyy Proper age In iniirrv. Who marry first
Jliiuhooil, nioaiih I. Physical decay. Wha
Jhiiuld inai'i'y. Mow I He ami happiness mar b
urreased. Thosn niairled or nnitsimilntlnr
Uiarrvlng shiinld rend II. It onvht to be resit
oy all Nilull pi i'-mis, then kept under lock sni
key, 1'npiiliir eillllon, same as aliove, but paper
rover ami K'O pages, ti ceiiU l uisil, lu nioues'
Any llonsekeeper In tha land eta repair the Cook
Btove pat In new Fire Backs, nssr Orates and new
Llnlng-by using jaOXXXQIMOZCfil
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by all rttrdwsrs and Btovt Dealers.
Snwrt roa CifPttm. iltaufsctured only by
SchoockHi AdJnstmbU Fire Back Co
S3 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Nnuroaone, Ounv erve-I.lfa, Strength and
Jigorili ia Hisillr restorallve for the Lota of
Manlv Vigor In Younsr, Middle-Ajitd audi
Old Men, no mutter from wlmi.Cj.uso. J 11 Mar.
voua Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency
8ninal Woftkneat. aim kluitrtd uilments.
this at indarii Remedy Is a ear U In oure.anif
ti, Ull .l"..!, anlT ii.uh .,...k . 1 .. .
.in, nuu mill SlSU'niflll
their troubles, a flimntlty snfllclen. to prnvi tta
SrsKR's Port Qpape Wine !