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4a M. D.'g Umisu.il Adraturt in an Un-;
known Part of Arizona Territory, 1
Somo tinio n;ri tlid little riiilnmil
Town of Williams, A. T., win Hh'suoiid
3f quito a Htrnni! ml venture, ut, lejist ho
(ar a.H to of it prominent citizens was
Williams is on tli lino r ,f the Atlantic!
St I'ueilti; Kullroiul, ut tlio foot of Hill
Williams' Mountain. Nearly 'liivrtly
piposltu this depot, and aliont miilway
in tlio built-up portion nf the Mroiit, inn
low board olliee, upon the door of wlucli
this legend is enserolled: ")r. liMiop's
')flico. ' It was in a portion of that of
ficii that tho htran'e adventure of that
November ni'ht bcj.Mii, and it was in
this room that the whole bi.Mnry of that
night was ndaled by the Ilui-tor to the
"About the. middle of last Novfiin
ber,"boran Pr. l.i.shop, "on a very dark
and chilly night, after reading until
quit late, I turned down the liht and
was soon wrapped in slumber. It must
havo been 11 o dock when I was awak
ened by a knock. I n-ked what whs
Wanted. The answer came that a man
had been badly hurt and required my
presence at once. After lighting a can
dle the door was opened and in stepped
two frentlemen, both well drecd, and
both indicating by their fares that their
education hail been in no wie neglected.
In fact, they wore Ka.itorn-born and
The spoki .-man, who was the tallest
of the two and w ho, by tic way w as a
Hplcndid 1 pe of manhood, urgcil upon
niH thi' neci-ity of bring Miim-Ahai in a
hurry about making my preparations;
"for," F.'liil he, nil lnlJt mi w ith US,
and we have a lung ride to take before
morning." Tin? doctor demurred at
going at all. and Hani that it was cei
tainly a very .-trance proe. edinir t-i ask
a man .V) years of agi: to go out on
Hindi a ni;:ht, and e-peeially with two
men of whom he knew inditing w hut
vver. "It doesn't make a particle of ilirt'.-r-rnee
who we are, wi.at are or where
we ant lY'iii,"' remarked tin- tall
stranger. "Voii have gut tog'' vwthn-,
and the quicker wni make op your m.iid
to do so the plea-anter it will l,e fijr all
"How was liio man hurt?'' iiH-uirx"!
'lie wa shot," was tho answer.
Arguments ta-ed on the ag- aril
health of phy.-icians were of no avail,
and in a -horter time than it tak-s to
tell it, the party, including Dr. Ki.shop,
were out in the cool damp air of tne
night. It took but a few moments for
the strangers to find t'u-ir hoi - and to
point out a splendid big dir-tnut wlio-e
every motion and form proved him to
be a thoroughbred, as tl.e aiiima! upon
which our friend, tic doctor - to inak"
the utiknow n juttinc, .
"That is your hore, doctor," .-aid
tho strangers. "He is a gnml one, and
as Hiirefooted :i any man in Arizona. -
You t 1 never be afraid of Mm for a
moment; he's as gentle -m a kitten."
Into the .-.addle went t be now thor
oughly mystitied man of medicine, and
the two strangers mounted tw o horses
nearly, if not quite, the opciis of the
edie.-tnut stallion. Tho part; had hard
ly got clear of the few midnight lamps
at Villiams when a halt was railed and
our M. 1'. was informed that it would
bo necessary to blindfold him. as hi
companions had t o idea of allowing
him the faintest conception or the di
rection in which tho trio were travel
ing. The Doctor, of course, objected to thi
kind of treatment, but he was quickly
voteel down and compelled to submit
hiniself to the inevitable. A sack, which
one oft h party carried, was quickly
drawn over his head and then tlcy wen
again reads to advance.
Imagine, if on can, the fc lings ol
this follower of Iw-ul.ipius, in the com
pany of two men. m ine r of whom he
had ever seen before. riding be knew
not whit!. er, .seated upon a magniliiTiil
thoroughbred stallion, and this all hap
pening at tie- dead of n ilit on the sandy
mesas of Arizona.
The horses were e'.veii tiic .-pur with
the admonition to the Doctor to "givii
him n free rein," and awa the l ;,nd
dashed. On they lode, hour afvi hour,
up hill and down hill, now .. -sing a
narrow steam, now a broad' i one. into
and across arroyas, ',hroii; b w hat seem
ed to he deii-e forests, and out ''.gain on
tin; sandy plains, never once stopping,
not even .pcal;!:ig a loud w ord, the
wdiole belli"; bent on ti,c c irly arrival
nt some .sj ccili-d iioini, Ni;iii b."-an
to break into iimniing a-ui mi.ir'i.'g into
broader day, tiie -uti canu.- i,p in ail its
Western -pit ti'I't:' ;,nd r "l'.i ;i'.ii li'U
wor once o,e of sioppin.'-. it i.uist
have becu S o'clock, u hen all at unco
the rein of the iips'iiiiI slalbon was
grasped and a hall called. And now for
the lir-t time Mtir" midnight Dr. lilshop
was allowed to look aroui d l.iiu, his
forced blindness having invit rclnovi.'d
by his guides.
"They seemed to be in a beautiful val
ley, down which Irii kh d a stream of
clear, t-parUing watir, and all around
them the earth was covered with a car
nient of gramma "Tiiss. They had bait
ed immediately in front of a small but
rii'itt-npprai'ilig log-lniiiM", the doors ol
which stood open. Only three persons
were in fight, the two sti'.ni:,'iT, com
panions in the nilil's ride, and another
man whom the doctor had not before
Heel), "(io dow n to the brook, doctor,
take a drink of water, and refresh in
bath, and by that time breakfast will he
"I did its directed," said Ihe doctor,
"and I don't believe there is another
such stream of water in Arizona, I can
assure you it was to mo the. grainiest
bath I ever took."
As yet the surgeon had not seen lii.
patient, but breakfast was soon disposed
of, the bacon and beans lining devoured
with a relish, and then the patient, was
disclosed, lying upon a pile of Navajo
blankets iu'one corner of the log build
ing. "He must have I n a Hum of liDyenr.'
of nre, black hair, black eyes, and fully
nix feet tall and heavy set in proportion
but every pound of Height (teemed to br
muscle' said Dr. Hishop. "I knelt
down beside hint ami found that the
wound was immediately over tho heart,
and that It had been miido by a large
Tho preliminary examination and a J
t W questions f licited the fact tlmt nl.
though a forty-tiv.i-eidibcr ball wa still
inside, yet it was by no means danger
ous. Tlio bail was probed for and ex
tracted, thu patient never uttering a
in mplalnt. Tho wound was bandaged
up, an implication prepared for it.'
dressing, and tint surgeon s mission was
All day and the first part of tins even
ing was .spent at the camp and then tin
horses wi re again si. tidied, and the ride
homeward was only a rcpeliiion of the
night before, including the blindfolding'
of the Doctor.
"We arrived in Williams at ( a in.,
before anybody was moving," said Dr.
1'iisliop, "and I was landed in my little
home here none the worse for mv thir-ty'-six
hours' experience. Till' tall
stranger, without asking me as to ni)
charges, immediately counted out J.VJ,
and handing it to me, remarked that
they were a little bard up just now
but would pay mc luliy in a shor1
The, Doctor went on to slate that tin
strangest part of the whole ntl'-iir hap
pened only a few days ago. "Tin
woiuided man came over to my olliei
just before the train pulled out, ami,
laying loijon my desk, remarked tha"
I ouglit to consider myself paid. Hush
ing out, he just caught tiie train, nmJ
that is tho last I have ever heard of any
of the trio."
Dr. lilshop could not explain in any
way the strange occurrence, but siir-ini.-ed
that there nrgl.t have been a duo
hriw.n men of somo standing, am.'
that, having failed to bring a surgcor
with them, he had been called on to act
in that capacity. - Al'iiifuirjiic (X.M.)
"Why, bless tin-, my friend," s '.id the
proprietor of an ice cream restaurant,
"I don't know which to be the most
thankful for -the coid weather, which
makes ice, or the warm weather, which
makes people eat it. In the uiicomlort
ible fee.'ng (lavs of winter I button up
my overcoat with tin philosophical
thought that this atuc'sphere is laving
up my summer stock in trade. And to
lay I ca.-t a-idc my collar and vest with
the grateful feeling that nature again is
working in my bi haif, so that the hotter
it is the better I like it, and the colder
it is, in the proper season, why, then,
the better I like that."
"Say, mister, glnuim me a cent's
worth of ice, will ycr!-" and a barefoot
ed, coatlcss urchin peered anxiously
into the face of the stalwart iceman.
"What do you w an of a cent's worth,
of ice, my little man?"
"Well, donohcr see, mister, mammy
she's gone away, an' me an' Tim an'
another girl, we're b ft to homo, an' wo
want ter make. some ice cream an' frozen
pudden, ycr know; but ycr don't want
ter give it aw ay, how ."
"Well, weli," said thi" iceman, laugh
ing: "I'm afraid one cent's w orth of ice
wouldn't be enough for all that, would
"I ilunno, sir; but we hain't got no
niore'n one cent 'nlcss you trust usfcr
"I'll seo to that. There, how will
that do ou?" said the iceman, as be
chipped oft' several small pieces and put
them into the eager brands of the young
customer and bis interested compan
ions. The most curious use has been in
vented by a Frenchman who publishes
a receipt for cooking ice. No fine has
ever declared how nice an article of food
it makes, but certain it is that tho feat
of frying it in flour batter can bo done
successfully, the operation being per
formed so quickly that the ice has no
time to melt.
"Oil toll yc phat it is, mo jewel, "said
the bartender, "nice is an indispinsable
luxury to a sufferin' humanity. It is
a luxury phat maiikoind can't get along
widout it. Moind yez, its not the
yvhusky tho paple wants in summertime,
but joost a slimell at the oice, bedad.
The oice eomboined wid do beautiful hot
wither indooees the public at largo to
come to my illigant quarters for refrish
mint, an' therefore. 'says oi, oi bliss that
man that lirst invinted oice."
"Ice!" exclaimed tiie man who draws
soda for the thirsty multitude which
traverses an important thoroughfare of
our city; "I don't know what von fel
lows would do if it yvasn't for tiie trick
yv liter has of getting solid in cold weath
er. This living in u hot citv in summer
would sort of lose its point if it wasn't
for ice. It's queer to think of it. Hero
at noon time there is such a crowd
about this counter that you can't see
across tho place, ami the higher tliethe
lnomcter runs tho lower runs the soda
tank; and it's all owing to the simple
fact that nature allows us to bottle up a
little of her cold yveather and save it
over to bring down the temperature a
little in the hot months. That may
Round a little philosophical for a soda
water man. but that's what I've boon
thinking of as I've stood here, washing
out glasses for the next lot. lloyv much
of a business do the linn do? Oh, there's
one soda fountain in town which it takes
loO pounds of ice every day to feed
during the hottest yveather." Host mi
The method is very simple and prim
itive. A sheet, or plate of brass is fas
tened on a block of wood. The design
is draw n upon it and tiie outline is ham
mered by a die, which lias several dots
in a row. Then there is a die that
makes the groundwork have ti frosted,
mottled appearance ami other dies that
have a variety of impressions. Mvery
thing depends on the skill of tho hands
that hold the tools. Out of a piece of
brass costing a few dollars there can be
made something that could not, be pur
chased for less than .:'() or ..M). Card
receivers are among, the things most
made, and all sorts of curious tilings
are made for wedding presents, the ar
ticles deriving a special value from be
ing made by tho giver's hand. The
work develops the muscles and Is ono
of the best means of educating the
hands in the mechanical arts, hadies
have become so fund of the work Hint
they lay in supplies of brass and ainusn
tlic'nise'lves yvitli it whilo away at the
sonsiiln'aiid other resorts. I'lUlmlc'iihi'i
. i m m
Lord lleaconstield onen said that lip
could have no quarrel with Christianity
for one-half of the Christian world wor
shipped a man and the other half wo
man of his raco.
CAIRO BULLET IN": WEDNESDAY MOKNINtl, AUGUST 15, 1883.
Dr. Holnios on Best Bod-Rooms.
"Perhaps you remember," said a
genial friend concerning Oliver Wen
dell Holmes, "how well the doctor
holds his own. though naturally of a
delicate organization. Well, he attrib
utes his healthy condition to the fact of
good exorcise early in thu day. You
know he married Dr. Jackson's daugh
ter, and Starow, also of a delicate con
stitution, married another daughter.
Well, Dr. Jackson's iidviee was, 'if you
have the necessary physique to stand
horseback riding, do it; if not, lake an
early walk each day.' The two sons-in-law
of Dr. Jackson have scrupulous
ly followed the advice. When tin; town
of Watcrtott n started the Lyceum I was
on tho committee to select lecturers.
On one occasion I went to Dr. Holmes.
'Well, yes,' he said, 'I will come out to
Watertown and lecture, but you must
take me back to Moston the same night.1
1 said to him, 'you can take the Water
town branch and go over to Newton, or
take a private carriage, but there are a
great many places, whore you will be
welcome to stay over night. Come up
and stay with me.1 'Ah, Mr. ,' said
the doctor, 'there is the dilliculty; for
the past twenty years I have been' lect
uring in tiie country, you see, and it re
quired all my vitality to prepare and
deliver my lectures, and I got pretty
well warmed up before I closed; then,
you see, I yvas invited to stav over
night, and the cxtremest hospitality
was offered me. including the front
chamber, shut up most of the year to
keep out air, dust and vermin. Now I
think I havo done my part in warming
up these sacred rooms during the past
twenty years, and you can appreciate
my reasons for wishing to sleep at
homo. ' " Huston Truixlt.r.
, m .
A Man who Might know Skikspiire.
A person about starting from a rail
way station to go by buck-board to
flieli Kails, X. II., said to the driver:
"To tell the truth, just as you drovo
up, wo were thinking of yvhat Shaks
peare said, "1 care not for my spirits, if
my legs were not weary." "
"Never her-red the name af re. Liken
enough I'd know the man of I wus tew
seo his face. 1 kalkerlate I know pret
ty much every one's put up tew tne
(ilin sens.; 'twas started thirty years
ago -leastwise them's stopped niore'n
a day or lew - till the thing got so'tar
nal big couldn't nobody keep trk
uv'm noways, V they had tew iiev a
book fur' in tow spell their names
aout in. iiut them sentimints 's yew
spoke ain't none o' mine. Don't give
adurn wdio tno man is as said it. I
take my sperit.s rcg'lar. legs or no logs!
Ye hain't got a bottle under yer fish
(uimnur-, hey, stranger-'" llnr-toii
Two young ladiesof my acquaintance
were- in I'.iris last summer, and, ai'tel
the manner of most good Americans,
they went to Worth to order some dress
es, lie looked them over very critical
ly, and then asked them to walk across
the room. They did as they were bid;
but alas! after thus putting them to
their paces he shook bis head and said:
"Ladies, 1 can do nothing for you."
He did riot think them stylish enough
to do justice to bis dresses. I thought
before they told me this anecdote that it
was Worth's dresses! that made the
style, and not Hie style that made
Worth's dresses. This is something to
remember. t'ur. I'hi !il tJnii HrcoM
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rromntitrn )ld A;J', HiirrKiini'nH, I,hm of uwr
In Mher nen, lnvtilntilnry IwHen nnil Hni imiil.
iirrlid'iU'iiiiHuil liynverj'XKrtiori of t lint in . I
bIhuii or oviir.iiiiliilitnnmi. Iliirli box eoiil.uiis
etm mihiiIIi'h Irmtnii'iit. fl.lma hox.nr six lumen
fnrf."i.(i,itit liynmil 1 iifi-tnl 011 reeeipl of pno
Wii .l Alt.W Ti:i. MIX IMt'M
Ti cur any num. With nwh order rm-oived by iw
for fix boxes. MTiiintanied vi)ti .'.i". wo will
nnil tlio pnreliiwor our writtn Himrniitim n 1
fuiiil tli liiom-y if tlm tn-atmnnt iIinm uutvlluut
euro. UiusratiUMis lummd only by
IIAK11Y W. SOIltllJ,
Dmtxlst, Cor. CommHroW o. A istli x.t., Cairo.
II I SI k m bsB r m III v
II I mm mm mmm wj
kkw imopH applied to the surface
. .. . ,t:v.j iiisuKrnean 10 eilf'CM or anv kind II
liasNOKQHAr,forlhBdtirof Rhmmntl.m. SnraWWu-.1
Stltt Joints, NuralKia, Iine Back, Crmmpr., Tooth-Ache,
aor rhroat, Paina in the Limbs or In any part ol tlm System
111, 1 in , 1 u.uii i iiii .w hiusj iiir ail nuilis
jiiiirll) a iowerftil illffuslve (rtliiiulant. tieti Murreir Alninnnc
sk your DriiKKlst for It. l'rlceWcU
I'repared only Ly JACOB S. MERRELL,
WT-.oIhIm nniinrlrt, ST.
Nt W ADVKHTISKMBNTS.
mi l tM t r r Atrmi
I 1 JYlAi U V TjII.
What licsted iind Kofivslmil a Weary
Man in Memphis.
"No, II never iimoiitited to sn acutn pain, but enn
iniied In l a dull weary srho In lh snull or my
nark," wrl'es Mr. Jsmi'H ihoinsH, of No Ml .Mailt
son Ftreit, Mem .hl Tenn. 'Tills win an old ex
in rietioe, nnil lite bi-cstnn dull music. I was tired
nil owr. witlilmln 111 thu lower llmlm. nnH Imhn
of lyitij? awiiku of tliiiht-. Ktoently 1 tried ntia of
iw.nso.n s 1 A ri INK l'0l!Ol. rt I'l.ASTEHS and
wan rlui lil. dl v relieved wllhln twenly foiir Umirn.
it may lniv.! Iieen t'rnvldi-ticu (liat did tho wurk.
hut I ulvi! ilin credit to llen(in'n porous planter "
Mr. 'I Ikiiiiub' reverential idea does him credit, but
I'mviili nio works by acini, "d aimiiid them
KftiHoii H Minuter ranks lirit bk an external remedy.
It Hey (pill kly in relief snd healing, mid renders
lire tu t i-r Weill llvlni;. I'rice M cenlH. Look In
the middle, of Hie planter tot tho word 1'APt'INE.
Ack yeur phjUelHtm about it.
Senhiiry ,V Johni-on, ClieinlntH, New York.
NOT HOOKS OK MAGIC, hut rhnln, elalr lll.
rnture, at price co low an to nuke the old tlmo
li'Mik hllverw unMiru AKaio ni , Tri
orh.ilfa million volunien now 1 ) 1 JiSh
ready; pent anywhitrfl for examination before pay
tin ril. on CMilenn. of c.n.il fuiin t.'(ir-,,l,l h
dea'erri -prices too low. us imife CiiUIihmib free
HaiNH. AI.DI.N. I'lilillwher, 18 Veio-y St.,N. Y.
Ome Tested Always Preferred!
Thin ir. ft t rrninly Inn won Its way to tho hiih
ent pin. e in the e-Oecin ol the inoxt IntelllRent peo
ple. Tin re are daily r rruils to Ita hot of Iridium,
its performiinre la invariably
BKTTKIt THAN ITS l'ROMISK.
It Hives tor.ii and power. For eotnplslnts of thu
Kidneys, UuwelH. Stomach, I.lver and I,tin(r, for
ill the subtle troubles- of women and for those
bodily disorders. Induced by anxiety, cru and
menti.1 strain, its effects will surprise and charm
you. It 1 rot an i-ssu' re of Kinder. Delicious to
the palate, un antidote to the luiuor habit, and rx
ceedim'iy helpful to the BL'ed and feeble, flic, and
Sl.i-i elzes. HlSCoX & CO., New York.
fliis been more ilestrui tlve to human health snd
life thini war. pestilence and famine combined."
Sordid a cistin!Ml"hed writer many years aito,
nnil it I- as true to-day as tie n. The poor victim
of HIiiiHi Disease Is drilled with Mercury to cure
the inn ml v. and t len dosed with Iodides to cure
him ol the Meicurinl l'nisonltnf ; but instead of any
relief, the rlmt hreKks down his ircncral Ilea th and
inukes hint 11 cripple, and the other ruins his dl
t'estise orpins. To those alllk'ted In this way
sift's Speeific is the ereatest boon on earth, snd
iswur h more than ltsweiu'lit In nli. It antidotes
this Mctrurin! 1'nisoti, tones up the smem, and
brini;j the sutl'. ier back to health and happiness.
Kverv person who bus tver been salivated should
by all 111. ans tuku a thorough cou se of this remedy,
.lKFrKRSoNVII.i l. Twioos Cm.. (A
Five years n.-o I found on mv plantation a col
oteil nun who was hadlv diseased He stated
thai live i ears before ho had coutnicted a violent
ruse ol Itlooil Poison, and had been treated hy
many plivs leliuis. all laillriir to cure him. I treat
ed him Hith swil't's specific, and in a short tnno
iie was soutm nnn wen, ii'ia mis tint had a r mp
nun in ine ojsea-e since. it.M. lilullr.s
One trentlemnn who had hoen cnnflned to his
bed six weeks with Mercurial Khcnmiitlsrn has
been cured mtirclv, and sj,eak In the hlirhest
praise 01 S. S. S. C11I1.KS A ni.llKY.
HI, 000 UHWAIiD!
't!l b r ' in. y Chemist who will find, on
nralysisol ino bottles of S. 8. 8 , ono particle of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mineral sub-
slanou. THE SWIFT SPKl'IFIC CO.
Drawer II, AtlBiila, (Is.
tr Write for the Utile H kik, which will bo
I'rice: Small alze, $1 (V) per bottle. Larue
si.e (hnldiii f double quantitr) 1 .7.1 bottle. All
Drni.'i'Hts sell It. 4
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
' in inu.nru i mi viinie n niniQ
Jt ' ' Hniiiirttlur KlMctrndnl-
if i-ni'i-itn.l iiimDtn iirt n
h'v, a-vjia iimi'HrHi'tr,NtTvniilHh.
' i llit-y.KxhiiUitnii(
nf Vttui K'irf4y, OTt-rwnrlf.
im Hrnln, M..k Hack, Kld
Hv, l.ivfir, Hnd HlomHub
ml to 1.1 HI Kit SKX. 'Minis
vitry lutMNt Ini
(iruvrtd, urn! !
from rmltmtDd ill
nthern, us ihfiy
itcins, cuuNlnti no
Mrt, nop irrltib
Una oft ht Bkla
rim m worn Hi
W'irk HA ttoll fit
rom-.nljr nut Ion
til" Ut to wi-nrcr.
out ntnuus nf nil
I- It i'irii nnit.Miirf
t fil In trs.iii niastiL
Im ofhuiiMiit. 'Hi. no for MKN ONLY at onc runch
t'lH 4m,ii ut tlln iin, iin (liny lift illrot't tifiiu Nurvnnii,
MlMt'llI,!'-, ( ii'tHTMtlVt ( 'HIllMDI. tIMHV V tVMtliriflij
ltn viliillly which l l lwtrh'U) -(IrtiliiHl rnm Ihn
tt'in hy inv"n nr liiillN.'rilliinN. thf y Mint In h nntnrnl
Wkj ov icmiiim tlm wiakiitNii wlthutit ilrnunh'K thu Mom
iii'h. T'lt y will rtmt ivnry rtiw nhort ff ntniotiirul tin
Kninit iiit, uml urn rtinm to f urnlrh th numt
tii 1 1 h'tt i uml hImiiIiiIm pnml ionipnit our t'tiitttn,
I lliiNiiutuxl r.uiiihlt( Mt .nr mni kkiiIi'i) (or fto twtfuii
C:MulUti:n j ArVICRICAN CLVANI0 CO,'
free A Isviul s 3 1 2 N. eth St.. tit. Louis. M
IInw .Many .Miles To You Drive?
't ins liistriiiinia Js no luror than a wntcli. It
li'lis ll Mut iiniii'ier of miles d' fv . ii Fit Tho
i"nii i "f ' '.'i L-'IHl' " "T io ii'-fi'mlits!
wilier and ilnsl Mi; ji I ; always l"i77i7deri saves
horses lioin beitiu over-driven i Is niisTTy" attained
1 ' Li 1 " '? .L" 1! " H K r , - h r . I hum , WiilVy,""vi MtforZ
Komi Ciut, Sulky l'low, Ueuper, Mower, or other
vehlile, liivnlliabln to l.lverviiinn. I'leasurit
I'liy'TK. I'hysliliiiis, Kariners, SuTveynr, Tray-
ineli, K,ressnteii, hiaun Owners, Ac, i'rlru mil
t.l 'Hi sch, nno-tlilrd tin prli e of any othnr Odiim-
Blur. IV hen ordering itlvs tllnmeternf Iko wheel,
ttont by mall on receipt, sf price, post pa d.
Addrirss MoUON N R I, LoT)7 i M K T K It CO.,
V North La Hsllt HI,, Chlesitn.
"Bund fur Circular, riain.
crlul ereiiin.auni com-
- sj:""'.u uioskiy ui r.ssrutiui (jus
lrhAnmr nunmrafi,. r tin,.ni
imslifl hihslly of kssentlal on
III inn Blomirh and Rnm. .
By addresalni; (iKO. V. UOWKLL & CO., 10
Spruce Ht., New York, can karn thu exact eoitof
any proposed line of ailvrrtltliiK In American
Newspapers. fljrino-naKn lamphliit 10 cents.
I'OUT GRAPE WINE
kku'S Pout Gpape Wine I
FOUR TEATiS OLD.
trills CEI.EUUATED NATIVE WINE ts mad
from thu Juice, of tho Oporto Orspe, raised In
this country Its Invaltiablo tonic and strength
ening propertied are unsurpassed bv any other
Nativo Wine. Heine the pnre Juice of tho Grape,
produced under Mr. Sneer's own Dersonal snoervl
sion, its purity and trenulnt ness, aru Etiaranteed.
Th-) votini'St child un,y partaku of Its generous
qualities, and the weake-t Invalid uso It to advan
tage i U particularly bciichVlul to the aged snd
debilitated, ami suited to the various alltnonts that
sheet tho weaker sex. It Is In every resoect A
WINK TO UK KKI.IED ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The lT. J. SIIKRKV Is a wine nf Suporlor Char
acter and i artakesof the rlchoasl'tles of tha rap
from which it, is made Kor I'urlty, Klchness, Y
voi and Jledicinal Properties, it will be (onnd un
excelled. Sneer's P. ,T. Brandy .
This II KAN I) Y stands unrivaled In this Country
belinifar superior for medicinal purposes. It is a
Vuredistlllatl'jii Irotn the crape, and contains val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, similar to thatoflhe 'raiies, frora which It ll
distilled. and is In i?reat favor amonsr Brst-class
families. See thai toe signature- of ALFRED
HI'KKK, I'assalc, N . J,, is over the cork of each
Sold Jiv PAUL SCII UH
AND BY DRUClilSTS KVKRYWHKRE.
617 St, Charles Street, ST, LOUIS, MO.
A regular Or,i.luat of two medical
rollenes, bus iieen louirer eiiKiiin d In the treat
"!' S.',l'ro"i,,r Norvoim, slun an, I
Illon.l IHse.is. a than anvotlii riilivsli lan In
M. I.ouis, us city papers sksw ini,( all old real
d. iits know. Consultation ,.t mibeor my mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or Ills opinion
r-oslMiollilUK. When It Is Ine.iil veil lent to visit
ihe city .,,r trentinetit, nieillene can be sent
by mall or express eviirvwhere, Ctiriihle , a.
irin.iiiiiti e.l: wbi. re dmibt i-xltts il iairunkly
titled. Cull or Write. '
Nervous Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical lyeaknoss, Mercurial and other
aflectionsof Throat,Skin and Bones, Blood
ImpuriUeand loodPoisoninfj, Skin AlTec
tions, Old Sores agd Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatir-m Piles. Speoial
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive wpscial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgeacos or Exposures,
It Is i lf.ev,i nt that a pln-lelun pnylnif
partleiilitt' stleiitlnn t,, a class i eaes attains
lireitt skill, sunt plirsletaus III ret-ulnr praetli-H
all over Hie country knowing this, lieipiontly
recommend cases to thr nblesl i.ltlee In America,
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
and the proved urxnl iciooilieo of all
liLTi'sand eouiitrles are used, A whole linus
used for otlli'e iiiirposes. ami all are treated with
skill In a respectful milliner; nn.l, kiiowlni
what In ilo. no eieriuii. Ills are made, IMiae
count of Ihe meat miiiilier a.plvlnii. the
cliaities are kept low. often lower than Is
ib uianileil bv oiliers If von secimi Hie skl'l
and iret a speedy and perfect lil,i ure, that U
the Impoi Inn) niatter, rsiiiphlel, M psget
i lit to any a.lilreis iVee,
1'lcKiint cloth an, I Kilt bliidlnir Sealed for SO
cents In post.ivte or currency Ovsr tiftv won
iii Mill pen picture, true tn life artlelea'on the
follow Inn subject.). Who ma) mirrv, who not;
vhv t Proper Hk-e tomarrr. ' Who marry llrsU
lanhooil, ft oiiihiiIi I, PhVBleitl rieeiiv. Who
ihould inuri y. Mow life I happiness mv b
increased. Those married or eoiiuniplstlni
Uiarrvlnii lioii, r I II. It nutht tolie read
iiv all inlull p, i sons, then kept under lock and
key, Popular . .llll.ili. siiiue usal.ote, but paper
rover and i'llpinc' td i-vuts by uiall, Ui luuuejr
Any Ilonsekeepor In the land can repair the Cook
move- put in new Fire Bscks, new Orstrs snd new
LlnlnBs-by oslng SOIXBNOK'fl
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold ij all Hard wars and Stovs Dcslors.
Hs-ir r"H rtactTt.tas. Hsoofaclured only by
tk'honck'a AdJaaUbU Plr Dark Co
511 Dearborn Blroet, I hlcago.
Neuioaonn, (iinw Nnrvc-Mft', Hlri-mtth and'
mon is (t pnsiilv.) rosloriillve forllie Losa of
Miinly Vluor In Younir, Mlddle-Aaed and
Old Mfn iiiutler Iroiu wbat cuiise. in ftar.
voim OubJUty, Eahauatlon, Impotenoy,
Beminal Wenhn-aa, Hint klmlnd itlltnenis
tills bUtidrtrd Ksiuaiiy Is noartiln oura.aud
to It Sllell uofT..r.,i. I .. s....
:, ...... n.-nii sowriiieoi i,t
too ) tlsiilihln sminnl ,wa.,siAi.. ....... . . -
V , 1 'I''"..,.),, Moioeirilh ti rroi J IbO
virtue will l-iisiMifFrfta of Cost. Address,
9 It I II'j'' rfJi.S 't OL'Jw SE H