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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNINfl, AUGUST 23, 1883.
$200 A V I! A 1!
CAN HE SAVED
IN THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
bythenno of Hex Mioses, The HmntHton Food
Preservative,, It preserv. Mint. Kiefr, Milk,
Cream, KuiH, and all kinds of Aulin il Food f csh
and sweet fur weeks, even in the botrcst weather.
Tbl can In? proved by Lh tllinohiiila of hun
dreds who have trld II. You can prove II for your
olf for ai ccuia. You will Hud lliat this i an arti
cle which w ill save you sriat 'leal of money.
No Spoiled Mcnt.
,'i l-Uulo Kctkh.
Il will keep l hem frc-h and sweet for nianv days
snd does not imparl tiie ell.-htisi fnnlt;u tu-te lo
the ajtinlc-H treated. Il In so simple in operation
that a child can follow I he direction, In n harm
Ice ih kh'i and cost (inlv a frm tlon of a ''lit to a
pound ol mi ni, fish, hunr or dice" or to a cjiiart
of rimk. Thin l no humbii,.'; u 1" cndore,d hy
xui li mun an Prof. SatiiT W. Jolinenn ol Vale Col
lege, hold hy iiniuniHlH aid eroien Sample
pound sent pre paid hy mail or cxpn-n li viii
prefer; nn receipt of p'ke. Naiim your expre-s
office. Vintidiiiii brand fur incut; ori-an Wave for
tilth ami sc-lood; Snow Kl i- for milk. butter mid
Cheese; A ntt Ferment, Ami-Fly ami AntiMold. rm:
pur Ih. cm li. p. arl for cream; Ouecu lur i-tii;,
and Aqua V'lt - fur HO'l -xi rii'-'x. f' lo r 11). cm h.
'i ll fc. IIU .USTON KOOII I'IIKnKiiVI v; co.,
T.1 Kllhv hi i Huston, Mam.
For call) hy T-i ddi wlm
A-k tliu most eminent physician
Of hiiv s-cli'!, wlut is ill ' best tlihij,' in
the wuil I lur 'piii-riii:.' and nllnyiri:; all irri
tation oftlie iktvi's ami i iriii,' ..il tonus of
nervous C"ini.l.u!iin, yiv.n:.' uVuim', child
like rein "dmi,' lv .iln.-;
And hey will toil y.ni u ii ' i .-.iiiitiinly
"Sniui furm ol '
I II U'l Kll I
A.ik ;uiy i-r all id tin- ui" t i !ni b i.t liy
"Wli ni is the l -t nn I ni.l.- niiuly that
can ho rdicd mi to c.jr,- nil disease- .f tin;
kidneys and ur.naiy oit'iiin; .ijch s
Uritsht's lih' , ili:t!rtt s,' ret-trinit r i lia
bility to ret i'n nriti", :iu I nil th.: dise'ises
anil ailments peculiar to Women,"
"An'l ih'-y a t : I y ,i ( .,j.,citly mid
eriipliHt c ii.y "lJucl.u."
Ask the smite ji'iv ici-tr.s
''W hat is tlii' iiii'it ifli.ih! n.ri'1 Mut-t
cart-for :!', livi-r it-r mi - ia ; con
Btip&t.on, iiMiii'hiinii, Ii !i 'ii-n' -, iiriittriul
fever, nyiii-, iV;c.,"ui'! t!u-y l li )ou:
Mutj'lrukc! or I ) 1 1 m i. ! i i . ! '
Hi-nee, uhi'ij thi'-f r iu 1 i nro t niiiiin
el wi'h oth -rs i-jU i: I y v-ila !.l-
An i c oiii'Un i 1 nto 1 1 - ; 1! it r-, such
a writiil"r!n! nn 1 im-ti rimw ( nut :vi-power
is duvl'ipe.l which ii s i varit-J in i-s oprra
tinns th.'it nr i 'r ill lieiilili ::iri possi
bly exift or rei-t iw powi-i, mi. I m ' it is
Harmif-s for flu? ii."'t trul woman,
weakest inv.i'.i.l or .-in ilo -t cl.il i to ue.
CIIAI'l Kit II.
" A'.ni "t Ocatl or t !. '.iui '
For yenr.-. n-l fiven up lv i '.'..li.-ians of
I3ri'iit's liij.l other ki'lm-y ilimiM", liver
comphiint-, M-vere roughs rallnl coimiiinp
tiuii. hnvi' l en rup-.l.
Women t'oi.e nenriy r ;7 y !
Ffoui iioiiv of ni'iiraliu. n rvoilsness,
wakefulness aul various ilci.-es peculiar
People drawn out ol'sli'iie from exc.ruci
atini; pana of Rin-iHii'ititn.
Intliinta itory ami rhninic, or Hutfenni;
from m t 'lulu !
Salt rheum, hlool piilKiiih.i;. ily,i.-pi. hull
gt'Dtlon, a-.d in fact aimo-t u'.l lif 'Me t" frnil
.Nature i heir to
Have heeti cured hy H ip ll:!i rf. proof of hich
Can he found In every ne eJiODrlwod in the known
AMONG THE LADIES !
Tli lirilliani, fiiNciiiiiliiii;
tints of Complexion for which
Indies strive aro cliielly iirti
Jicial, mid nil mIio m'II tako
the trouble may secure them.
These roseate, bewitchim;
h ues follow t he use of 1 1 avail's
Magnolia Italin a delicate,
harmless and always reliable
article. Sold Jiy all d rmrirists.
The Magnolia Hal m con
ceals every blemish, removes
.Sallowness, Tan, Hedness,
J-lruptions, all evidences of
excitement and every imper
fection. i its efforts are immediate
and so natural that no human
beiiis can detect its applica
tion. IIoKtettor'a Slomarh Mlttum, hy IncruiiMnt; vital
power. nn4 renderlim Ihu phynkal liiiictlniii- reu
ilarand ftcllve., koupa the cy-teni In iioiid wrk
inii order, a'ld profi't" It Bunlnai iliaea-e. Knr
coiiailpailon, dyapepnla and liver complaint
tiorvoiiKneM. kidney and tlieiuimt.e iillmi'iilK, II la
i.,.i...,i.i .,.,1 It ulTnrila a Hllril llofi'lic.ll nefnlllM
malarial fevera. henlile" reniovlnc all trace of
ueh dlHi'afii iroin inn Fja eio.
For falii by all Oriimili'ti' anil Deiilera uenerally
fitiMdllr rrinl hyllm u of tilnlin Trmt'
wMttf, "hich BMually curaa Nr"na IH-bll-W,
litial Virility, Prntur lccuy,auil
all liuliln arums fanm orowoiik and !.
amplo nfVIMlH malUd fn. Mnlrd,hy ad
Ommdc lr. Whllllr, If 4 KacaHU. Clonluuaij. a
The Daily Bulletin.
A Clous Call.
"Do you see that mini foinjf iiji on
the oiIht h of the .utrect? Well, sir,
thitl iilciitii-al in till win ns near ileuth nun
lay last wnok us a ninn v.wv ynU to lm
iiml Iivti. I tell jou it was u nurrow
"llmv was It? Wits ho in a railroad
MiKlh vi), or dhl hi jri't chokoil ti viii";
to swallow one of your fish stories.'
"No, sir; he was in a tijrht plane,
but superstition saved him. You Imvo
heard of people ilyinjj from the idVeels
of superstitiois heiiiifs, hut I'll het that
is tin; first man you ever saw whose life
was saved by superstition. I confess I
it in siiperstiiious. It is very foolish, but
I atknow li'di'D my weakness. This is
how it hapiii'iied: That man over there
- his niuiio is C'uleut-he met me on
the street and cussed in-. and told me
I was a liar. Il was nil on account of
an old trouble. I ri blazing mad and
I whs just ready lo jump on him w hen
That ho was bijr-T tli:tn you?-'
"No, it wasn't that."
"Afraid that he had a pistol?"
"No, sir; hut just as 1 was about to
hit him a fatal blow at the butt of the
car, it all at "ee flashed overniy mind
that it was Friday, and you know Fri
day is an unlucky day to beoin any
thing on. I was. therefore, balked of
my revenue, and Culeiit was saved for
the tunc hiMii'.r. Km lie was rawh, reck
less, and foolhardy, lie did not realize
the close ('all he had, and be reached
out for me and hi) me against the gro
cery stoic, jarring the establishment
from the soap boxes in the cellar to
the damaged coll'' e drying on the roof,
I was mad, I tell you. and I was about
t' pound him into jelly w hen I thought
"Thought he mi'ht hit you aain, did
"No; I thought of a dream I had the
niht before. I had dreamed of egir.
In my dream 1 saw a pale vouth eat six
dozen hanl-hoiied ei.".'s. Knowinthat
everything one does iw day after dream
ing about e;:;;s is unlucky and turns out
bidly, I let him off aaiu, but (ip did
not appreciate my leniency. With a
hair-brained temerity that w as worthy
of a nobh r cause, be caught me by the
reck and banned my head on the side
walk. This time I was determined to
cud his brief earthly career. When I
2' d up I went for him. I was just raf;
in and I could hardly see for the sparks
tii.it were flashing from my eyes. As I
was alxiut t'ivinej bim a cuip de grace
with my left hand, it all at once occur
red to me that"
"That you had had enough?"
"No: that I had t li at morning .spilled
t!sc salt at breakfast. Vui know that
there is nothing pre-a.'es such disaster
us that. I held oil on that account, and
was turning to go awav when, appar
ently with an insane desire to throw
away his life and die in his tracks, ('til
cut knocked me down and -imped on
me. When I got up I didn't care a cent
fr Friday, or egg dreams, or any tiling
else. My blood was up. I was determ
ined to wipe him out of existence, let
ting his blood be on his own head, but
j.ist as 1 was iu the net of gathering niv
s"lf together for a spring at him I re
alized " That you were a dodgasted fool for
not running away?"
"Not at all. I realized that this would
be my thirteenth light. I had been
l.i'ke.l twelve times during my short
life, and thirteen being an unlucky
riaiiiln r. I did not wish to risk myself
iu the thirteenth ditlieulty just then, su
I yelled for the police, and they came
and prevented t'ulciit from exasperat
ing lilt beyond endurance. I assure
y hi. sir, he had a close call. If it had
not been for my superstitious feelings,
nothing could have saved him." 'hz,
Sox? of th ; Civil-Servic Q i otions.
Addition, multiplication and division.
i'roliietn involving multiplication, ad
d tioii, and division of decimals,
Oiie-lifth of a barrel ol llour contain
ing I'.K.'jj pounds was lost, J was given
a.vay, jj of remainder sold for si7..")i.
What did it bring per pound?
Clerk in nlVi-e has his salary raised '.'o
P'-rceiit.. but in a short time is raised
:H per cent., which fixes hi salary at
. lis. What was the original salan ?
A man holding a note ot y'.i.V) has it
cashed for ijsi)ii. What rate per cent.
d scoiillt did he pa ?
liedlU'C A' WIS 17. 7d to United States
currency, pound sterling being $1.M.W.
lbctaiioii of section 11 from civil ser
vice act, rules and regulations, to write
( 'opying section of same.
Name two sentences of not less than
ten words, the first lo contain a transi
tive, the other an int raiisitive verb.
Write letter to governor of your state,
informing him of your education and
about the town in winch you reside.
Name lifteeii states and fifteen cities
of the United States.
Name fifteen principal rivers and the
cities on each.
Name three principal ranges of
mountains and principal states and ter
ritories on which lltey lie.
Name six principal American geiiij
rals in revolutionary war nnd as many
popular .statesmen at that time.
What presidents have been generals
in time of war and in what wars were
What does confederation mean and
w hat stales constituted it?
When was the constitution of tho
United States signed?
Name iiariiculars of territory added
to the United States sinco tho revolu
liy whom urn representatives elected?
I n what manner nro llio supreme court
A man purchases ,ll'.',") goods, giving
his note on Dec. '.'!). 1M2 -intercNt7 per
cent. pay itble in lifteeii days; paid the
name on second day of grace. Whut
amount did ho pay and on what day?
"I wish I was on a desert Island,"
exclaimed Mrs. A., wluv had been an
noyed by gossiping neighbors; "I wish
I was on a desert island, where there
wouldn't be iiiiybodv lotalk about you."
"lint, my dear," replied Mr. A,, "you
must remember there wouldn't be anv
body to talk about, either." Mrs. A.
said she Imdn't thought about that, and
concluded thai a desert island tujgjit
Hot hu so pleasant after all.
Prayers aid Business.
He was a meek and humble-looking
man, wearing a stand-up collar and a
white tie, and seeming to be always on
tho point of "riving out his text. After
clearing his throat and hesitating; a
while, he suddenly asked:
"It I had a margin up on Wabash,
and if Wabash should go down, down,
down, do you think that faith and pray
er would have any cll'eet?"
"My dear sir,"' replied tho man in
the wliilo hat, as he came to a stand
still in his walk, "if you had a margin
up on Wabash at, say, ,')0 cents, and it
went down to 4'), all the faith and pray
ers you could dump into a hundred-acre
lot would n't save you from putting up
more, or being (dosed out."
"Don't you believe in the virtue of
"Not in a business way on Wabash
no, sir. If vou are thinking of buying
stocks, sir, iie ready with your margins,
look out for roorbacks, watch the tick
ers, and hire some cheap man to do all
the praying away back in some cheap
town. Don't give him over li) cents
per day. and make up our mind at tho
start (hat it's niouev thrown away."
'u Stixtl u:.i.
A Word to tha Damsels.
Damsels who have the intention of
making themselves conspicuous through
grief should never fail to study the be
comingiiess of their toilette. A nice
looking girl in a black jersey and black
skirt, a neat little linen collar, trim
boots and ample tan-colored gloves,
falling on the wrists in folds, may weep
a little behind her lluttering handker
chief and be the more attractive, espee
ialiv when her hair and hat are becom
ingly arranged. Fine l.idyism, in the
incipieiicy of voyages, decided I hat good
taste demanded entire seclusion from
the damaging contact cf mixed society
during the days to be pased at se;u
Kut whatever pretensions may be made
to the contrary, exclusiveness is apt to
be something of a Ixire to Americans of
both sexes. Men never attempt it. and
women nn whom the motto of noblesse
oblige has been carefully impressed,
oftentimes look with longing eyes from
behind their narrow prison bars at the
kaleidoscope view of the world beyond,
and inwardly decide that t he plav is not
worth the candle especially as there is
no one present to admire and applaud.
A Case not Beyond Help.
Iir. M. H Hindxdale. Kenawee, 111., advinea an
of a remarkable eu'e of con-cm t ion llo m)r:
"A neighbour' wifu wan attacked with violent
lur.u dlfease, and pronounced beynnd h:p from
Quick Conpiimptlon. Aialact retort the family
a per-tiided to try I)H. Vi.il. HALL'S IIAI.SAM
FOR THE Ll'SUS. To ihu aMonMimeut of all.
by the tlmn h had Ufcd one half donuu bott.ee
the ' about the honrc doinu' her own work. I
aw her lit her worn and had no Idea he could
Watson's Neuralgia King.
Thla U one of the b' at remedied for Neuralgia
ever Invented. It la doi a linitnuut, hut a medi
cine to betaken iniurnallv, and curea hy giun
right to the root of the di'eai'c. A lady wtiah d
tried many other thiD( without relief, tried Neu
ralgia Kidi;, and waa immediately cured. Wu
guarantee it in all caree, when uped accoralng to
Of the many remedies before the public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of
Nerve Generative System, there is none
equal to Allen's HrainF'ood, which prompt
ly and permanently restores all lost vigor;
it never fails, ft pkg., 0 for fj At
Wokk Given Out. On receipt of vonr
addrct-s we will uiiike an otler by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., IDS nd 107
Fulton Street, New York.
Emory 'e Little Cathartic is tho best and
only reliable Liver I'lll known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vece
table. 15 cents. ' (1)
Spci-r's Port Grape Wine tor Parties.
Physicians employe Speer's Port Grape
Wine iu their practice in all cases where a
pure wine is called for, and i all in their
tiower to foster ani encourage its produc
tion. It is coming into great favor among
the most wealthy in New York city as a
fmnlly evening wine for entertainments.
rorsalo by Paul G.Sehuh.
Tru to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo paid of tho ever
faithful wifu and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the ss-
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood pun
lieu, and malarial poison exterminated, she
niimt know that hlectnc Kittursaretho only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sdd by Karclay Kns. (4)
Many limes you want to keep meat or fish
for several days. Lay it in a solution of
Hex Magnus over night and you can keep
it tor weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring in a little ot the
"Snow Flaku" brand.
To all who nro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions ot youth, nervous weak
new, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a rceipn that will cere you, kkki
ok ciiauiik. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a soil-addressed envelope to the ltcv.
JosKiMi T. Inm an, Station I)., New ioik
A General Stampede,
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Htoro as is now at Barclay Urns'
for a trial hottlo of Dr. King's Now Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons nftected with Asthma. liron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severn Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, ran .get
a trial hottlo of this great remedy free, hy
ciiinng at aoovo jirug More. ()
Cairo A St. Louis Packet.
Tho palatial Anchor Lino Meamer
Will eavc Cairo every Baturday and Tueaday ernn
tint at (I o'clock, kIvIiik Cairo dally boul Tor m,
I'ur particular- as rale, olo., apply to ('apt,
Thin. W, Nhlold. O,ouural Annul, or Hoi A. Silver
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Butanclm, Headache. Tootbach.
No re I'IiiohI. Suilu,,,,,. Si.ioims, llim,n
Hum.. Se.il.l.. I i liiit-k.
1D O.I. OIHHl lililHIl r.lv ln I Ills
BeM by lti.'..'.i l ......n.u y - ,.,, i,.,.
1 II K II I
(HlMWH.), ' i ll. I
. IM. t I.I'. II I ')
4h in ,rr. l-C.
I I l"B,llat V'.ie.K Men, Mld.lla
I I I VI7V AkhcJ M..n, mid all Mun
MP lm who milter (rum nur'y
LLLIl U inlicreti'in vill find
"II W Allen'. Ilrain rood tha
mot powerful Inviifirnnt ever iiitnultK d;
once retrt.( nv it lln r m nn relaiiv. Try
it; it !ver fail. 6 for 5.-At DriiK
git. or by mail from Allon'n t'liamiacv,
Avon u e,
I f" 1 1 rt t The itlnry nf man 14
I I L Rl" V" h' lreniilli. If yon
I I S 1 3J ,re weakened dowa
I Llll 11 through uicmivii
cretiona, Allen'n Hrain rood will perma
nently restore all lo.t viffor. Hnd trenrthen
all ihnniu-rleiiof Itrain am) li'My. f ,6 for
th. At iTitmoU. or by mail Irom Allen
ry, 311 1
fill A n' tha ranny rme-
III II J I dies before tne puhiij
I I rVM , r Nervous Dehiley
LLLIl Bl and weakneaaof Nerve
I v (.nr,no S, vat em,
there Is none eQnal to Alien Hrin Kood,
which promptly and permanently restore
sll lo"t vmor: it never fuil. 1 pkn ,8 for
S. At bruifiiiot, or by mail from Allen's
cy.318 U J
I A Fir seven yarAllen'l
I I I Brain F'khI Ua-Ktuod
If IS A the Htmnv'oit tect m
I I I II 11 to Its merit in curing
Debility, and restoring lot puwera to the
weakened Generative SvHtprn, and, in no
.nstance. hasit everfmled; tetit. il;iifor
.-. At li normal s. or ov man imm Alien )
ey, 316 I.t
M 1 1 A " Menn aana In corpora
1 I ft 7 V-aano:" "A nound mmd
I I I J In a sound body" m Hie
I L L il U trade mark of Allen's
"a" Bruin Kood. and we ftft
irare onr readers thru, if dis-nn-tied with
either weakne of Ilrain or bodily powers,
this remdy will pemianently strengthen
both, If 1. At Driik'Kit, or by mail from
SwUiiniii i uuu
1 1 CM'Q
Nrvou hhook, St. Vi
and all d meases of
Nerve (lenerntlve Ork'ann. are all perma
nently and radically cured by Allen's Drain
Food, the great botanical remedy. t pktr.,
6 for '. At Orucitists. or by mail from
PIHA Alten'a Drain Food
I I L RlV1 bolanleal extract
III" 111 A streutfthens the Hrain
III W K I nnd positively cure
la lai la 1 1 J Nervous Debility, Ner.
vonnes, lleadnche, unnatural loiwte. and
lleaneof lieneranveSj'Ktem; it never
fail, fl I't-. f'" -At Dnitftrikls, nr
hy mul from Allen t'liarmacy, J1J tiril
I I I . HI 7 V I'aitMon brin w fllim
1 I I" In akind niiiuherleHs ail
LLLIl U'l11"1'. foreiuoHt ainoiiK
"theni are NervouHiiei,
Nervous Debility and u'nniitural weaktieim
(,f tteiieraovu tr)iaimt Allen's llrnin l''ood
HUCOeie'tlllly nvereomes lhej.0 troubles and
rnstoreMhe sullerer to hi former viuor. f I.
g t s, (II
A 1 1 o n k
v. lln lt I
Wr iv'll (vv ihf tbuvf rfi'i (rtprtfif r noitf ,v r ('otrtplnlt!'
(iM)s-pi, M h lltadufii", li dik'ft.n, (' I'M .pun n "i n, u n(
p.Hi.iti'.ir Wi'Jt W, f, r,Ml.d l.tr.-f I'HU, i ,!. .t"
Il.uiliri ilrlillV coi'iiiert with. H'ft pi.t.ly v .t-tiibU . it
nrtr h:l to If iv -tli.fi, U11'!. ,'i.r I 'I'leit, I 17,. . , ., , -11
tAI'.ll.. ;'i l-illa, V. ft'dt. V.tr niu by Nil itni.'li.. lb f
."i'l"WII Ml llllllllll .. '11,1 e...,,,-, t, ,,,. . mi', by
JnllVt:, WK'A ln,M ,l hi V . M ..ii.,,,, m , It,,
V'lteltifcJ mi.k V" I. j u,!4l ,,., .,,, , , ,4.t,, titi Jr, , la
altli is Wealth !
lm K. ('. Whst's Ni'iivk ami Minis Tsr'T.
MI'.Nr. II Ulliininloivl mioi ilie tut I viti'! ia, Ihv.'.i.
iiohh, CotivulMiiiiiH, Kits, NorvniiB Ni'iii'iilria,
lli'iiilui'li", NiH'vihih fl'iinl nitiiin I'lill-i il by I he JIM)
of nli'olii'il or tiiliiiceo, Wnkcftilticii, Meiitnl lji
preanion, SiiftenuiH uf til" llrnill resllll liK III III'
anility mid li-iolititf to Itiiseiw, ileeny lino eeiitll,
proitintc.ru Obi Ait, Horn iitirs, I .oca nf t ower
In either sex. Involuntary I,iism-m mihI h'iiiiiil
orrhreii ciiiiwhI liyover-exortiiiii of tlii'lii'iiill.ei lt
hliiiannr over-iiiiltiltfenee. I'm li box cot U, ins
on" iniiiilh'a Ireiitiiieiit. $l.lui hex, or six liiuea
fiir$,'.(i,hi'iit, liyiimil iiirpmlim re-eipl. of price,
Wa-S (.1 Alt A l UOXt
To car wiy cmbo. With eueli enler rs'idved h' n
tof nx biiXi'M. iiceoniuiiiieil with $"'.iH " wl"
send Hie imrcliiiwr our w rilleii Himiniili te nj
umltlio money if tlio tniiltnentiloeam'tullect
icuru, Uiiiiriintuna ihsiiiKjoiilyby
Drunnlit, Cor, Commercial avu. A IHth it., Cairo.
nr. til in ri ii ii i
BRA N FOOD
w w mm
!aftifi3.r JgTrt E ATM t.KW
r "miuwii. nu coucciiinueu tnaia
kkw puoi'8 applied to tho surface win Penetrate to the vary Bone,
and almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil ClotbW,
nnr rilnfinlrti- thai ftlrln I,-a .nan..MA......i . . .
.. .. v'v
iias wo KQiAr.iortiii' unro ofRbenmfttlsm, Sprains, Brnliea
Stilt' Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat, Paine in tho Limbs erlu any part ol the Svsteni
and is eiiially elllc.'K'lotis for ull pains
reiiuiruiii tt linwcnui uiausivo siiniuiaiil. see sierreirs Mmannc
Vsk your DrugKbt for It. l'riee 60 cU
1 "re pared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholeanln Drtigglat. ST.
The Caligraph Writing- Machine.
IS NOW OI'EX KOR Til K SKASON.
TE.RMS: .00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Xever-failing Springs of coolest water charged with healing and
curative properties that have istood the. test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the health-seekers, or those in search of rst
and recreation, ami the residents for miles arouud.
NO. 1, "TIIK IKON SPRING"
will build up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the peep e of the neighborhood.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING1'
Hows from the rocks in a sternly stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking: all day from ils basin fail to lower ihe water line.
This Spring; is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders anil
NO. 3, ''THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
1 hee Springs are surrounded
air is always pure and cool.
Write for Circular.
Poiie Co.. 1. )
To-morrow a Lonir Way OIF when Help
Is Wanted To-Day.
Comfort In never In a harry. lsn nd d'tn-e
are in hot li.ete It ic to Ihu "lilend in need " tun
friend 'vho does oinethlHf now that the oid
ailniro pays the conipllme.it of bulnir "a friend in
deed." 1 hat they do not keep the mifl'o er In mi
penec 1 the sh I tent excellence of lUCN'Si N'S CAI'
CINE I'OKUI S I'LASTEUS Tlu pla-tuii of
0 her diij "-wliettier poridie or otherwise mill
'Wait tiu'll to-morrow: W'u can pro ulse mil bin if
on the Hpur of the moment." Hut pain unrelieved,
like hope deferred, miikutll Ihu lietrt eica. Hen
aiiiiV jilanter set on application. They p'-rmeuti!.
"until", warm and heal, coutainlni;, hm they claim,
rhemleal and niedlritml aiienm of tlio hii;het uf
tU'iei.cv. Their moll la now, and the uenihue
have the w-rd CAl'CINK cut In the middle of each
plaster I' i ' T ceuU. Seabury dl Juhnron,
1 heiulr.1-. N, v 't ora .
ItOOKS-2 Tons a Dav.
OVEIt Mio.O at VOIX'MKS KUADY. The choic
est literature In thu world, often the best edition
published. ratalomie FHKK l.nw.m
iric a ever known. Not sold bv dealers. Scut for
examination before pHvmetit. on evidence of nood
falili. JUilN It. AM1CN, I'tlblisher,
ISVesey lreet. New York. I'. O Hoxl ."ir.
F A M I 17 Y H I I! I, E !
I'etila'nllii: both viirHlona of the New Tectum nt,
wild the I'arahuiH of our Lord and saviour, I nmi
sinnelv i hiMlrated with 1 1 full-paitn Knuruv nu's.
('nr II tiles cental" '.'.(HUl paL"'", 3 i II il insiriilloi.s.
ITiiu rieiliiL"aili Aihiims, elegunt deninns, huml
soinelx botitid. Extra iiiilueeinenlsofferml lo euer
Ket'c Aleuts. I lusirated ratuloi;iio sent on ap
I'llcutioii. A..I. IILI,MN & CO.. I'hllndeli bin.
T I V Wl,rt'l Walch Stiitloiierv Pack
l l li H , riislat selling article in Hid
market Coiitiiins 18 alieeta Nolo I'lipcr. IS envel
opes, I'enell, Pen Ii older, Pen and a hiitidotiio
pliT.o of .lew I y . Het'ill prlrti, 'Jo eetile. Kmir
dn.eii for J'i (I i A wuleli ituarantee'l wild every
lour do.en you order. For t!' renin. In one . r two
( "Hi posliit''.' slampc. jo will send a compl. te sum.
pie iaek p', wilh eliuiaul Hold I'la il Sleeve Hut
tons, liolii Tinted suuKliold rialedCo'la' Itution.
Iland-o o WHl h Chain, Oold Plated Klnir and
ule :.inl Scurf Pin. Iteiilsfer Inrife Btnounls. 4S
u H" i lusiraleil caliiliiKUe of duns, Sell rocklnn
lievolvora, Tuleecopio, Spy UIhsshh, Hut Ilea,
AcordH'.iiN, Violins. OrKiinetiei, Ac. free. Wrlle
ai to ee In World Mannfaetiirlni,' V 'P 1 1
C i., IJI Naxsnu street, New York. Is ' ' 1 1"
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'IYIY
l IIHS'l'Klt. li.'d year opens Seplcmber l.'lh.
Ililllilini! new Superior ippnliilinenia I'lvll Ivn
Kliieerlni.'. Chemical, I'olUvlaie, K mkI I Il Comsee.
IreiilniHiif P. W, lliin lav, Ksn., W, P. llalllday
Ks. ,orof Col. TllEO. HYATT, Prea't.
.Monliccllo liiidics' Soiniiiiiry,
(iOUKKKY, MAIUSON COI NTY, IM,
(Ip na September 111. First clnss school. One of
ihe idlest In Ihe weal, Location hcahhv mul lie
Pfliifiil. Siipeilor sdvauliuies for KiikH'Ii and
I'lasaical Kilucallon, with Music, llniw Inn, Palm
ihitiiiid Modern l.nii'iakP's. Annlr, fur calaloi'iio,
lo Miss II. N. IIASKKIX, Principal.
t'tl eodAW 111
ilo & r.ionroo SU.tChicafiu,
lttti 1 iicnlil Ip tnv ftililiMi LlMit
for sHi iuif, ,iu .irfri(K
f I ll'IfilllliM'U, Si,!'. ri, lielU,
I'oinwtnt, I-tmuIi I ('in Itftinph
st riit.k 1tmi) MvirS Hiiilt. bh1
IUU, H unify llnml Iriiihu, Htvnn(
NUierlil.,iil'tittii'Viilr liflmctlnn tnl Ki-
wi vuwiwr aitUtw.
I'utll you have seen our New Book
liattlos for the ..Union
sells on iltiht. flBEStOK PUII CO.,
P, 0. Hut 0.1. Philadelphls, i's.
iuoti "raostly of J-scntlta oils
no most penetrating uninient
'"-lani. i-auio eiieeu oi any Kina. 11
in tho Stomach and Bowels.
With it ConRiapoaorsce cam u Accom.usmid o,
ont-third thi Tihc, and with a Niatsis
AS0 ACCUSACY SOT TO BC OlTAINtO if Pla
MANSHIP, OlVIS PtSFECT PSEM COME.
Anyono Can X7o Xt.
Kny it and return C. O. I. if 70a
don't like It.
Icdispessable forusiness Corrsspondeneo.
PARES, BITTER & CO,
Stationtrt, Printrrt an4
420 N. Third Street,
by grand mountain scenery The
No hot nilus and no inosii'nitoes.
J. E. LEMEN.
Hy addresHini; CiK(. p. KOWELI, & CO., 10
Spruce m., New York, can learn the exact coat of
imy proposed line of adverllrltis In American
Newspaper. Tyilkl paui' I'amphlet Iflceniii.
Divb"HCk8.-No pub'icily; n-elduntn of any
-late Desertion, No'i-Hupprt. Advlre and
applications for alamp. W. 11. LEK, Att'T, 39
llroadway, N. Y.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A ri;ii1ar ( i nn 1 nn i of two niedlral
co!leiie, bus lieeu lonuer en inured III the Irrat
inent n' t 'lii'oino, N'lrvoits, Mtm Biul
Itloml l)ie,im t 11 il anr other Jilivsielan in
St. I.oiiK, na city paper Uw and afl old resU
dents kiiow. CouMiiiail'iii ..t oilier or hy mall,
flee nml Invlteil. A friendly talk or bis "pillion
costs notions'. When It Is inconvenient to visit
the ' 1 1 v .or treiilineiit, liieillelins ran lie sent
hv mull nr express everywhere. Curable (
iMiuriuitccil ; where iloubt rhln Ii 1 frankly
hl.iti d, Call or Write.
JNrvous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Thysinal Weakneas, Mercuriul snd other
aflDCtionsofThroat,liinad Bones, Blood
Impuritiesjind Blood Pouonipg.Skin UTao
tioas. Old Sores tad Ulcers, Impediments to
Marringo, Rheumati'm, Piles. Special
attention to cuam from over-worked brtin.
SURGICAL CASES receive peelal sttentlon.
Diseases arising from Imp ruJcnoes, Eiopm.
Indulgeneos or Exposures.
tt la elf.ev blent lloii n pliyileluti pavhiK
tiartleulai' aili ntloil to a elai ol eases altalna
i;i'"iit hsill, noil pin sleiaiis in reiiulnr prai ileti
nil over the; cntiulry knowing this, freiU"iitly
riToinuieii'l eases lo the ohleslnltlce III A merle,
where every known npilinnrn Is resorted to,
and the provoit iroixl r.'inoill.m nf all
aires uml eniiiiti'les are used. A whole hoiiia I
used lor oltlee iiirlo,w, and all are treated Willi
skill III a respectful manner; and, kuowini
w hat lo do. no eserl nieuts are maile. on at
count of the urent niinilH'r applylnu. thn
ehiiiRes ure kept low. often tower lliaa la
demanded by mners If oii secure the skl'l
and net a ipeei'.v and perfect lit' cure, that la
the liusii tiint' miitler. I'iii hid, 4 pa-es
Bent to any nddreta free.
Kleifiint ctnth ami mlt blnilltiB. Sealed for W
eenls In postiiire nr euroney. liver fifty won
iiei lut !. ii plelni es, true n life articles nt) the
tollnwliiy siilijeeis, Whiiiuiiy marry, who not;
vlivV I'tnper ni;r to inaii v. Who marry SraU
jt iiihonil, iiiiiiiiiIiinhI. Plivslcal deeav. Who
uhniilil marvy. Him life nml liapplneia may be
iueieHil, Those niiu'rled or ennteniplatlui
liiarrvluii sliuul.l reail II. It mm hi In be read
ey all i'liilt pci'smis, then keit iniiler lock and
kev, Pnpnliir i'.l 1 1 In n . same as alve, hut psp'
rover and Sm) paxes, ii cmta W uiall. Iu luvutdf
How Many Miles Do You Drive?
This Instrument la no lamer than s walch. It
tubs tho eaar.t nuni'icr of miles driven to the
lli kiln part o fa mTie; coiinls up to l.tKlo" wiles;
waier and dnet tluhij always in order; tstsss
horses Imm hellnt over-driven; Is eaall attacbad
lo the wheel of a linwi.r, Cartings, Unity, Wion,
ltosd I'art, Sulky i'luw, Kcajicr, Mower, or other
vehicle, liivaluuhle to Liverymen, Pleasnw
lirivers, I byetrlsna, Farmers, Surveyors, Drsr-
nn ii, Kxpreasmeii, blans Owners, Ac, Price only
IHcacli, one tlilrd the price of any other Odoni-
elor. When orderlnit give diameter of the wheel.
Scut by mall ou receipt uf price, poet paid.
Address MoDONN ELL OWKTlCK CO.,
I North U MaJIt M., Chlrsira.
UTKend tor Ctrcultr. Usln.