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A SPECIFIC FOR
CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHOHOLISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
E3CT$t.50 per boU!e."W3
For Uwllmonlale and circulars send stump.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
Ct. 7eFls., 2&9. (11)
CorrcHpondence freely answered by Physicians,
Mold by all Druggist..
"It li .3 become so cnnuion to write the
b-(4iuniii! of mi artide, ia nri elegant, in-tert-tini:
"Then run it iuto some alvertiseiiierit
that we avoid all buch,
"And simply cull attention to the merits
of H'p IiiUi .t in as plain, honest terms
8a fi 'hSllile,
' To iii'iucu people
' To ive them one triiil which su proves
their value that they will never use any
"The Kkmluv mi favorably noticed in
all ih pipers,
"Ke:it,'i(m kuJ ist-culir, is
"Uitvini: ii lanru nil.-, ami is supplant
inir nil other medicines.
"Tln-rc is n ticny ir;f the vinics of the
JI p plant, and the proprietors of Ih.p Bit
ters have shown ,reat shrewdness
"In compounding a medicine whose vir
tues are so palpable to every one's observa
tion." Kid She Die?
".Sir litiycrfd and (-tillered along, piuing
away all the time for years,"
"Tlii; doctors doinfj her no good;"
"And at lai-t was cured by this Hop Bit
ters the papers say so much about."
"Huw thankful wo should be for that
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven year our daughter suffered on
a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble and nervous debility,
"Under the care of the best physicians,
"Who gave her disease various names,
"But Ho relief.
"And now she is restored to us in ood
health by as simple a remedy as Hop Bit
ters, that we bad shunned for years before
using it." The Pauls is.
Father is Getting; Well.
"My datight. rs say:
How math better father Is since he used lion
"He In getting wc" H':t nl" 'or,C S'l'TiTlllK fro!"
t disease declared Incnrable 11
"And we arc no glad that lie used your Hitters 1
A Uprof Ultra, N. Y.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Cue tha Magneton Appliance C'o.'s
Magnetic Lung Protector !
l-MUCE ONLY 85.
They are priceless to luiiiks, ii kstlkm t.x and
ClllLim S Willi WKAK LUNUS; IlOCaSO of rSECMON'A
OH twit T in ever ktl'Wn where these
garments lire wo-n. Tney also prevent and euro
1ISAST IJimiTI.TirS. COI.D. ItlKI M T;sM. NKCHAL
UIA, Tllllo.lT TIUX'ULKS, llll'IITII Kill A. I ATAI1KII, AND
Aix KiNimr.u disisai.es. Will wkaii any service
for TuriKK ykahs. Are worn over the uudcr-cloih-lnir.
i4'p4)I)ir It l mo'dlcss to describe tho
vA 1 Ail III l) lymptoBi of this nauseous d I s
cae IhHt Is sapping tbu 1 fo and strength of only
too manvoftho fairest and best of both sexes
Labor, study and research Id America. Kurnpu and
Kistern lauds, hive resulted in the Magnetic Lung
I'rolcrior. atrirdmg cum fir Catarrh, a remedy
which contains No Dhuooino or ririt system, and
with the cotitlnuois stream o' Mam'ttsm per
meating through the mlllcted organs, mi st iik
sToita tiihm to a niur.Tiir xmoN. Ws I'l.Aen ceil
i'kh'k for this Appliance at lens than one-twentieth
of the price asked iiy others for remedies upon
which yon tike all the chances, and wi Earner u,
l.T Invite the patronage ol the many persons who
have tried imi'uoiNo tiikiu stomachs wmiorr Et
mot. HOW TO OBTAIN ,K Ap":
gist and ak for them. I r they have nol gut tliein,
w rite to tho proprietors, encloslug the price in let
ter, at our risk, jtnd they shall hu sent to you at
once hy mall, postpaid.
Send stamp for tho "No Departure In Medi
cal Treat nieut without MKutciNa," with thou
sands of testimonial.
THK MAUNKTON Al'I'UANt K CD.,
!il Mate Street, (.'lilcigu, 111.
Notk. Head ono dollar In postage stamps or
currency On letter at our risk) with size of shou
usually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic in
soles, and ho convinced of tho power residing In
our Magnetic Appliances. Positively no cold lent
wliero tliey are worn, or money rcfiiudeil. 10!l-ly
has gained an enviable
known, displacing ail
other preparations. An
article of tiudoiibled
IS NOT K
LKiUIl) OK 8NUFK
UAY-FEVED Apply by tho linger
- mnuo mo nosirus,
When absorbed It oh"ctHny cleanses tho linsal
passages of virus, causliiK healthy secretions.
It allays Inaammailon, protects tliu tiiou
branal livings of tho head from additional
colds, complutuly hsals tho loroa and restores the
sense of lasts and smell. Beneficial results aru
routined by a few applications.
A THOKOUUfl TKKATMKnT WILL CUBIC.
Unequaled for Cold in the Head, lluadaolio and
t)nafuss, or any kind of mucous mombraiial Irrita
tion hend for circular. Hy mall, prepaid too.
a package siamps received, bld by all whole
sale am! retail druggists.
JCLY ttCKKi.il BALM CO., Owbo N. T.
The Daily Bulletin.
0KF1CK: .SO. 711 011)0 LKVKK.
OPFICIal. YhVKH 01' ALKXANDEIt UUUNTV.
vNIKItl'.H AT TIIU t'AIKO I'OHTol'l'ICK Full
1 KANsMIBrtlON Til KOLOII THE MAII-r! AT
HKl'ONI) CI.AHH IIATKH.
Mis? Roan's Oatu,
Down in n di cp orecn v:ilb-y thut is
fringed with dnis uml ;'inulcd nppli;
trees, iitnl frnrnrit with ils wcjiltli of
wild llowors i'.'i!in forth from iinder
u fjrovo of old pojdars tit thn Itiot of n
steep, roekv bill, over which the high
way nbovg North li run lord wiitbes )iki;
an iineiisy serpent, is Ihu home of D.un
lisk ll"-o. It w:is the Iioujo of her
father mid of her father's falher, and it
has weathered t ! ic: scondiin blasis and
iey wind of IP) touh New Knlanl
years. H.sni:i.k does not live in it now,
but in ii liuli! trim wliiio ('ottac whieii
looks askance at the parser from behind
a winjr of tin) old Piox! rcsiilciH-o. Jlei
father's family was onco tins largest
and mo.-t Mieial in tho roundabout coun
try, and tin; lloio mansion was then
inueli revnti-il to by tho youno; belles
and beaux. And now nil tiro .'one. All
are dead have Uainask. Dainnsk and
her eats alone remain. A N'ow Haven
erillemari told the reporter Hint this
lonely old woman with the bl ush-ro.se;
name had 1 eats.
A roiuaiillc-lookin old lady is Dam
ai,k. 1'iiilv in rouiantii! as her nanio.
Short and wrinkled and not far from 70
years, a pair of bright eos gleamed
through lo r golden bows from imdei
tLo dirty brown foil rim of tin; man'.
hat tition her head. In ono hand sin.
carried a bright case-knife, while with
the other sin.' raised her calico skirt as
she moved through tho noddlni: clover
with whieii the old Iront-vard was tilled.
A pair of diamonds flittered in her
cars, and a thick, (rrayisli growth ot
silken hair partially obscured her upper
lip and chin. There, was a black cat
with bronze sides at her heels, a Mal
tese cat with a whito breast lay dreaui
injj on a Hat stone in front of her, a
Cray and spotted leopard-like cat look
ed out from iu nest of straw in the en
try of the old house; there was a hand
some yonn' prince of feline, in a luxu
rious robe of tawny rold, suspiciously
rojrardin"; the visitor from behind the
leopard; and around the corner of
the house was approaching a lare
and u'h -looking ticr-cat whose
appearance left no doubt as to his capa
bilities as a tighter. These were all the
cat.s seen at the lirst look.
When the reporter bo;nn to talk
about tl.e cats Miss Rose eyed him su
piciously, but opon other subjects her
conversation va cheery and entertaining-
Very soon the advance ruard of
cats vanished into the reen vines about
the little valley, and the places had
been taken by other cats ur!y cats
ami wild-looking cat, some fat, some
lean, and some of nondescript appear
ance, but none of them very pretty. It
was a fpn cr si;lit. .Vtw Jl'ict n (Comm.)
Lai to Pay Up.
A funny s'ory isbeinjr told in Wash
ington at the expen'of V. W. Cor
coran, the millionaire philanthropist,
which "iocs to show that millionaires
rmist occasionally su p up to the Cap
tain's ollicc it ml settle, just the same as
poorer people. It appears that Mr.
Corcoran chartered a ?p"cial car for
h:ni.df and parly to take them to
White Su'phur Springs, paying eihty
c.";!it dollars. When the car was
swiidied oil' from the Midland road at
Charlottesville to the Chesapeake road
the new conductor came around for
tickets. Mr. Corcoran refused to pay.
on the o-ronnd that he had chartered
the car for the springs. The conductor
explained that the 1'ennsylvania road
had no control over the line, and that
unless eijjhty-eiodit dollars was forth
coming he would have to side-track the
car. "1 will not pay another cent,"
said Mr. Corcoran, who would have
paid tho same if the amount had been
eijrhty-eie-iit cents, "and I will spend
1.000,000 before I will be imposed up
on in this manner.1' "Who are you,
anyhow?'' asked the conductor. "W.
W. Corcoran, of Washington, sir," was
the stately reply of the great twenty
times millionaire. "Well, sir," was
the rejoinder, "if you are Mr. Corcoran
you can better afl'ord to lose .. 0 10,000
than I can to lose my place." He said
lie would telegraph his manager, how
ever, for instructions. At the next sta
tion the reply camo indorsing the con
ductor. This was shown Mr. Corcoran,
and ho was further informed that the
car would be side-tracked right there
in the woods unless tho fare was paid.
Tho millionaire growled and swore and
threatened nud paid the money.
Witliamytort Jlrcukfiist Table.
Tbe Salmon and the Ply.
"Why does the salmon take a fly?"
Is a question which anglers tiro asking
each other in sporting newspapers; nml,
curiously enough, tho answer that
meets most favor is, "Hccause it takes
it for a schrimp?" At lirst sight it
seems as if the letter-writers were pok
ing fun at the lish, for looking at tho
cases of snlinon-llies in any tackle-maker's
shop it might ho simposud that tho
noble crcaluro mistook the gorgeous
nriilieial insect for some rare ilolicaev
Just conns from the tropics. Hut to
imagine that the lish mistook this re
splendent thing of feathers ami tinsel
for such a familiar object as tho com
mon gray shrimp would appear to argue
a very poor otiiniou of tii0 salmon's
perceptions, lint then It has to ho re
membered thai the salmon always sees
the shrimp from below, and this 'makes
all the dill'erence. Some one writes to
thu Field that one day when on his back
under water he was" surprised to see
Hashing overhead a number of brilliant
golden sparks, which, when lie looked
at them from above proved to bo
shrimps. It makes all the diil'crcuco
In fact, whether you look at an object
with the bright sun behind It, or whether
you see It against a dull background of
sand. A glass bottle, for instance,
floating down .stream on a sunny day,
may look from below like a burning
Ho gazed In evident embarrassment
nt the hill of fare printed In Trench, and
iitnilly said, pointing b the, word menu
nt tliu top: "Vou may bring mo some
ruouu, and bo sure to have It well done."
CAIRO HUhlKT IN: SUNDAY MOKN1NM, OCTOBER 14, lS8.
W, V ;.ahi)N, river editor ol i iik llri.i ktisj
ami steamboat passenger agint. Orders for all
klmls of steamboat Jon prn.ilhg soilr.Ued. Ulllcn
at liuwor's European Hotel, No. '5 Ohio levee.
The Wyoming arrived here yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock. She had a good
trip for the south, added come Ireight here
and departed tor New Or'eatis during tho
niolit, Tho Commonwealth from Vicks
burg passed up for St. Louis last night.
The ate. (b ncvieve from St. L"uis leaves
here early this morning for Memphis. The
U. P. Schenck overdue from Kvansville is
expected here this morning on her way to
New Orleuus- The Hudson from Shawnee
town leaves hero early this morning fur St.
Louis. Thu City of NashviUe fiom Evans
ville will come through to-night and leave
on her return shortly after her arrival.
The river is falling here v ry slow with 8
feet on the gauge at 0 p.m. yesterday. -The
Hullo Memphis from St. Louis is due
to-night for Vicksburg. The C.ty of New
Orleans from St. Louis will report here to
morrow morning for New Orleans. The
Cods. Millar left Cincinnati last night for
Memphis. The Golden Kule of the Uig 0.
Line is due here Tuesday for New Orleans.
The Ella Kitnbroti,'h. tins a good trip
from Osceola und other points and will re
port here this morning.
Dr. Stewart, the pastor of a New
York, up-lown church, has been paint
ing the portrait of the "charming young
woman' of the period. He says that
her "sweet eyes weep in sympathies."
and that she has "beautiful hands for
charity." All this is very nice; but tho
charming young woman whom every
young man is anxious to take some dav
or another before Dr. Stewart for tho
purpose of having her name changed is
expected to do something else with her
eyes besides sympathetic weeping. Hu
thinks that if she wen; to employ them
in finding out the exact moment when a
beefsteak is done to a nicety, or when a
button shows symptoms of going oil' on
an excursion from the shirt bosom, they
would bo more useful and' attractive.
"Hands for charity" are to bo prized,
indeed, but the hands that can make
their owners sweet things in dresses as
well as hot rolls are invaluable. If they
have a thorough acquaintance with the
broom-corn brush they are still more in
estimable. Hands and eyes with these
recommendations arc iri constant de
mand. Our Army and Navy..
General Hufus Ingnlls, Quartermaster
General, U. S. A.; General J. 15. Sttadmun,
U. S. A.; Commander J. B. Coghlan, U. S.
N., indorse St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain
cure. See a woman m another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and the atjed. Sold by drugiiiHts.
From Col. J. Maidhof, of New York : "I
have suffered severely for the last ten ye irs
from Hay Fever in early and mid-summer
and in the fall. I desire in the interest of
my fellow sutlers to testily in favor of Ely's
Cream B ilra. My short use of it demon
strated its efficacy. J. Maidhof, 401 Broad
way. A Card.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, 1
will send a recipe that will core you, ritKE
ok cnAKOE. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister iu South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseimi T. Inman, Station IJ.. New York
MucKien's Arnica Salvo
The Best Salve in the world for Cute,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hhetim, 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. For sale by Barclay
Cured My Wife's Weakness.
From Evansville, Ind., the home of our
correspondent, Mr. Jno. R. IVterson, comes
tho following: "Samaritan Nervine cured
my wife of a case of female weakness."
It's an extract from Mr. Patterson's letter.
Allen's Brain Food botancial extract
strengthens the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all weakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails, fl pkg.jO
for $3. At druirgists, or Allen's Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N.Y.
Wohk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an oiler by which
you can cam 3 to $7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Hoys or GirlH can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co,, 195 and ID"
Fulton Street, New York.
To Tho West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, hut tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily arc run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
i Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the very
Brest make aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Oil
If rnia ""'uioct with express trains of nil
At Atcmson, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino oilers to parties enroute to tho
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated ninps, pamphlets, Ac, of thli
lino, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. KlU NAN, P. CllANDI.Ell,
Ass't Gen'l Vm. Agent. Gen'l Put Agent.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
relievo all persons suffering from Hose
Cold and Hay Fever. I have been a great
Biifferer from these complaints and have
used it. I have recommended it to many
ol my friends for Cat in h, and In all casts
where they have used th- Halm freely they
have been cured. T. Keiiney, Dry G.-o. s
Mer-i bant. Ithuca, N. Y.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tho ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
looting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the s li
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, bloo.fpuri
tied, und malarial poinon exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sine remedy, They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
Grape Culture and Port Wine.
Mr. A. Speer, of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in the East, com
meiiccd, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols largo vineyards of the Oporto urnpe,
from which his famous port Grape Wine
is made, ami which chemists ami physi
cians say rivals the world for beneficial
eff cts on weakly and aged persons, and
the consumptive. For sale by Paul G.
Cushioned in Rosy Gums,
inclosed in lips that part in smiles like the
opening rosebud, the teeth gleam with daz
ling whitenei-s if the charming possessor
uses beautifying SOZODONT, which
cleanses and blanches the teeth without
abrading the enamel like mineral prepara
tions designed for the same purpose. This
agreeably odorous and salutary article not
only benefits the teeth and enchances the
beauty of the mouth, but removes canker
and remedies ulceration of the gums.
O X -
will jv r. L..'v rff! fnr nr ? r "f I.lvtr 'IIlprt,
fyiipti, Si k Mr i.vlm, liid:gili.-ri, C'rittpfttl m ur Co n?i.-intk,
WtcAliOutCuri) WlUl Wnt'i fgrpll ti l.iwr rifll ttif difff-
tionnrt itriciiy c inf.hi with. T'iry t yunly vtt-1' ini
fttvi-rfill to f vf 4ai'.tiv.ii"i). p. 3r i;.yrfi. .trgt l.. f. , mi,
Ulniuc Ii pllmJiA rnti. Fr u: 1-v ml Jrufgnu. h"tt vt
Cnontrf lain t: 1 uiutAti.ni. Ti.a -rtu-v n nufn 1 1. r.-. .toiv hy
JOHN i VIT A f.it.,1-1 A 1M W. Hvli. n St , VUwifM
Vmtlr.. (.iirf uul l null i r. j ..... rtt,;lf J iWlt .ul;..
Health is Wealfn !
1II 1). (', Wf.ST's NkHVK AM) llllAIN TllKVT.
MENT, anuaraiitixil n'eilip fur Hysteria, Dizzi.
ness, ('iniviiUii)iis, lit. Nervous Mi'tiraaja,
lli'imaeln', N'Tvuus Prnxtrntiim caiisr-il hy t ln nsa
of alcoliwl ir toliaoi't). Wakefulness, Mental l)o
lirosHidii, KefteniiisT of tlm lirain resulting in in
wmit y and lead nut to misery, decay run! cVath,
l'rcmatnru tld Ann, lliirreiiiiesn, Lokh nf Jiewer
in either sex, Involuntary 1,ishih and Hpeiniiit.
irrliieinaiise,l liynver'xertion of tliu brain, self.
libiiHO or nver.iiHliilu'niiee, Kaeh box eoiituiriH
ono nimitli's treatment, f l.uia linx.or kix Imxes
for $!i.UU, sent liyinnil irei'iiiioii rweipt of irieo.
W ti Ul ilt.WTF.K MX HOX!!S
To cure any case. With cacti order received hy us
for six boxes, iiceoniiuinied Willi f.'i.oi, will
koikI the I'lirrliiLier uur writtnn uimraiilee to rm
fund tho iniiney if tlm t rent nientduua not eDecl
a cure. Uiiarinituiia itHueil only by
IIAUIIY W. SCIIU1I,
Druitel". t''r. Commercial avu. .6 ISUi i .. Oalro
How Many Miles Do You Drive?
odom iz t ii: n
This liistriiiiient Is m larner t h tin a watch, It
tel.s ttiuuxact ntiin'ier of miles drlvun to t ho
1 l''t li part ofa mile; counts up to I.imi miles;
wnier and ilust Uuhlj alwuys in order ; sves
liersns Irom IwiiiK Dver-drlvmi; U uasllv alluclieit
1 1) the wheel of a IIiijju.v, t'lirrlaitii, Sulky, Wuoii,
Uniiil Cart, Bulky flow, Heapur, Mower, ur ntlier
yelilcln, Inviiliinhln to Liverymen, I'lensure
lirivers, I'liyslclsna, Farmers, Surveyors, iiric7
men, Exiiressiiinii, Slann Owners, Ac, 1'rlciMinly
t't lileach, nnn-tlilriTthii prle.n of any oilier Oilom
o iir. When iiribirlini irivn diameter of Ihu wheel,
Sent by inall on ruciilpt ul'prlco, mst pa d.
A'ldruss MoOONN Kl.l. UDoMK l KIt CO.,
2 North U Bulla 81.. t'hlcHitn.
HT Solid for Circular. bMni.
llii,iirs,nltvl Piirmt li Dr. Plc rcs'S Pii'Mit
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linn IVintnrx.Oiilir himiiiIdk RlM trlu I'riiu In tliiiwurM,
nil III only onn tUut will i,ni.erljf reluln nr.. I r.nll
cullr eur llnrnln. Ilwr IHII Hmllenl rWHfHi'ti.l,
Itffsil whnl Or. Jus. Hlmms, of New York, tl,H r,r
nnwnwl I'hrsliiunnmlst, wi llm A oil 'is. 4ti, "Tli vrxut
nil nomplHlio"'rs your Mmin.tio TruiwoirMttwl nu mo
It ysiirsimo Is iwrmsnsnt, lornblvh I ahnll iivsth.
rosin Brtliil.H J. Himms, M. II, Ker jwrMi nti.m
ikliiM WAQMRTia KLABTIO TRUSS 00,
(UJN HUUi tlUtvi. H4. Luu Ua.
anil is eipially enu::u;loua for all pains
rt in inn if h. Tiou'nritn 11 tiiih vt tu imn
rr - t . w uiiiituiuuvi uuu jurrri'll S
Vk VOIir T)niiri'kt'. fitr If.. I'rlnn ffl
iTepared only t.y JACOB S. HERRELL. Ill
Wholwgalu Pni mrtst,
VOl.r.MKH, tho cho'cost liieratiiro nf tha world.
liiMiaKi! rataloiiuo free. Lowest prices evur kuowu.
Nlil sold by dea ors. Sent, for exumlnailou bo
f.iro layruout on evidence of Kood faith.
JOHN H. ALUEN, Publisher,
H. liox VXil. IS Von-y St.,N. Y.
Mason & Hamlin Organs!
New illustrated catalogue, (10 pp.
Ito) for season f 188:1-1, including;
many new style: the best assortment of
the host and most attractive organs we
have evr offered, and at lowest prices,
82 J to $(00, for cash, easy payments or
rented. Sent free.
Boston, VA Tremont st ; New York, 40 Eat Mih st;
Chicago, 1IU Wabash st.
PIANOS and OKGANS
Are the finest in TONE,
Are the finest in DESIGN.
Are the finest in WORKMANSHIP.
Send for Catalogue with music free
GEO. WOODS' COMPANY,
008 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOCTS, MO.
A rRulnr Orn1unia of tw nieillcnt
colleues, li us iii-en lonuer enaiic d In tin- Irenl
Tiieiii of ( 'liroijin. Nervous, Hlcin rin.l
Hloo.l ll.,isi. thun any min i-i,ii,-lnn In
M. I.oiils nt clly papers shaw niel nil old re-i.
ileiits kenw. ( onsiiliiitlnii .1 oilleeor y nmll,
free nu, I Invited. A irlemllv tnik or Ills nplnlon
costs iMIillilt. l hen II Is 1ih-,iii .-itli-m lovlslt
the i lly ...r trentineut, medicine ciiu he sent
Iiy nmll nr expre-s even w here. Cursiile i t-n
ifimriiiiieeil; where doiibt exists li is frankly
Milted, full or Write.
Norvous Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and"
Physical W aakneag, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention-to caaca from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgence or Exposures,
It Is self-evident (hat n i liv., .ni pnvlriir
rmrlleular ll. iiti..n hi a elii iii'chm-. nlliilm
kin-ill skill, luid pli v sii-l nn s jn ri-L'iihir prit.-t l ci
nil over I lie iniintrv kimwlni; till-, lre,iienlly
reeoiiine iid riiseslo llir nili...t r.iliee In AiieTli's
wlierf every kiiown u ll:iiit'i- Is reported to
and the pi-ov-i-il jrriixl r. inr-diHH or Hll
Stfeinnd lilt ries ars Used. A w hole lldllhS li
tis, d forolllii- inrKies, hii. I nil lire Irented w ill)
klll lii ii r,s,..,-iiiil milliner: unci, KiimwIiik
w IkiI to io. iiu e-rliiienls nre inade. n h--rniii,;
ol I In- itren! miinher n'.h InL'. Hie
rlnirifes me kept low. often Mue'r tlimi Is
ilelliind. I iv others f vnll seeum the kl'l
and (n t speeiiy und pei feet lit.) i nre, Hint Is
I lie Imp' ei! timlt-r. riuiihlel, Wi linnet,
Belli i.j . free.
putees, ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages,
Kleinint rloth mid Kilt hliiillinr. Penlrd for 50
cents In p.ist in,. in- I'liriiiiev liver llltv won
'erl'iil pen pictures, true In life srlleleMin Ilia
fnlliiw Ihtt sulijeets. Whoinin imirry. who not;
ivhvr I rul er iie to iiKin v. W ho marry first.
.Iiinlln.nl, iimaiihiwiil. Plivflnil deeiiv. Wlm
slioulil nmr. y. lion Hie im. li;i,ilnesS rnny lm
liicre'iseil. I'lios), in ,i rii.-.l nr ei'iilumi'liitllitf
liiarivlnit houi read It. i on b lit to lie read
in all adult persons, thm kepi under ln k mid
key. riipiil.'ireillllnn. same a- iihove, l,ut paper
eover nml iimjiiaiivs xSttul dr uiiul, luuiuuuy
PORT UHAPE AVIS E
Sikkh's 1'oiiT Qrape Wine
r0Ult YEAliS OLD.
THIS I'KI.KIIIIATKI) NATIVK WINE Is
' from tho III i-u nf tun Oonrtii
(Iranv, raised In
t tils ( nu I, try. Its Invaliialilo tonle and stri'iiirlle
nilug (iropert es are unsurpassed liv any oilier
Native Wlno. U' lni' Ihu pure Juice nf the drape,
produced niiilur Mr, Speer's own personal suporvl
sum, Its purity and neniiliii ness, are Riiaraiileed
Tlia vounest child im.y iiartuke of lis gcuuroiis
qualities, and ihe weakest luvalid use It to advaa
luije It Is purlicillarlr heiiellclnl In Iho Sited and
rii lillltated, und suited to tho various alliuciits thut
iitl'eel ihu wesker set. It Is in every respect A
WINK TO II U KKI.llill ON.
Speer's P. ,r. Sherry.
Tho I. .f.rsHKUItV Isa wlno of Superior lUiar
ncter and earUkesoflliu rich qualities of tho fcrape
frnin wh rli It Is made Kur I'urlty, Klchiiuss, Kla
vie aim ,niiu:iiiai iroiierties. uwill tin loo ml
Sneers P. J. Brand v.
This IWIANDY stimili tinrlvalod In this
liiflar sniierlor for nierilclnal nimmaei. It is a
pnredlsilllall'.iii Irom tha grape, and con tat in val
ilalilu medicinal urnueriles. Ii h.. l.,Hrm iu.
tor. similar to that of the grapes, from which It Is
dlslllli.'l, and U In great favor amostf first-class
families. Hue that tha alirnatura of ALKUhlD
Hl'KKK, I'astalo, N. J Is over the cork ul eack
Sold'Bv PAUL SOIITJII
AND BY DttOUOlHTS IVIKTWHaiajl.
ill II I i B IL
A iHiwerlul iireiiiiiaLini, IT
posed mostly of Kssentlal Oils
Hie most pflnetratlnir Llnlmnnt
knnu'n HiifiAni,nnl.fA.i .
in tlm Stomach and B
out- u.,. m. -"
Ma rr 1.. .HI.. WB
Ttone, ToncWorkmansUp & Darabllltr
TVIM.Mtt HTARi: t CO.
Nos. 3H Hnd .ua v,-,t ItaliiriK.ro Street, liultlinnrn
No. 112 flh Avenue, New York.
f i 1 17 1 1 lit e'u k. . . . '
inunvrm.-.vi ininiciivj residi-nts or any
' r-tato. llesertion. NuiiHipp.n. Advice and
appliearlons for slamp.
W. II. 1.KE, AU'y, -ea
iiroauwny, ,v( . i .
rpu AUV Ml'I'lSKIlM - Lowest rates f .r a.iverus
- intJ In (7' Ertixl new spapers suet free. Address
(iKu. I'. KUWK1.I. (Jo ID Surnci- St.. N. Y.
Swift's Sjiectfic has been Ihe means of hrluitig
healrh and happiness to thousands who were
pronounced lucnrHble of lllood and 8klu lllecases.
IIEAK THE AVITMvSSES!
Favcd from a Horrible Death.
I'lion to May last I had spent at least live hun
dred dollars for treaiimnt hy many of the heal
medical men, without auv benefit. I suffered ex
criiciatltiKly, and all niv best friends advised me
that the Icy hand of death was last approaching.
Iraimlitat h. g . nku a drownlug man at a
straw. After taninn two holtlea I could feel a
ctmiiL'e for the better. The sores hi-can to dis
chaige freelv and the Kkcumattsm to abate. When
I had taken six bottles cverv sore hud Ii aled and
my skin beni to assume a natural appe- ranee I
persisted until I had taken twelve liotiles. lar 'a
size, and THERE IS Nor A SYMPTOM OKTlfn
DIsKASJt KKMA1MNO, and I fell a- well as I
ever del. I have pained twentviine pounds in
flesh, and my friends womU rat my imp oved enn
dllinii. I have n corjinenili d it to many, and in
every Instance with complete success. I believe
that S, S. S. has Hnved me from a horrible death.
I-'. II. SM1LICY, (Ju.ucy. III.
I am nre that Swift's Hpcclftc saved my life. I
was terribly poisoned with Ma'arin, and was given
up to die. Swift's Specitlc. relieved ran promptly
and entirely. I think It is the greatest, remedy of
the auc. (.'. i. SP NL'KH.
.Sup'. Gas Works, Kome, Oa.
Write foracopyof the little book Ireo.
(51 UKWAlil) will bo paid lo anv t'lu mlst
vy"'-"' who will find, on imalysisof ioi boitlei
S S. S , one particle of mercury, "iodide potassium
or uny mineral substance,
THE SWIFT SPECIKIC CO..
1 Drawer :i, Atlanta. Ja.
whr -w v'
SQUARE NEW YORK.
ntlln ft 111.
FOR SALE BY
II. Stkaoala. tt Co., Caird, Ir.L
Pltni'HIETOU OP" 8PROAT'r3 PATENT
in I co.
ICF. UV THE CAJt LOAD OR T0N.WBU,
TACKED FOR 8IHPPIXO
niir Loads a Specialty.
(!r. Twelfth Street aud Levee.
' KDl'CATIONAL. "
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MT
l 1IK;-TKU. li.'d year opens Ueplerubor Ivllh.
lliillillng oew. Superior kipolutDieal t'lrll Kn-
fllioerlng, Chemical, Collelate, Knall.lt Courses.
Irculaisof P. W. Htrclay, Ksq., W. P. lUlllday,
Sq , or of t'ol. TUU. UTATT. 1WI.
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