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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORMNU OCTOBER 25, 1883,
In chronic dyspasia and liver comnlult t, and In
chroulc constipation mid other obstinate disease,
Ilontrtti-r'i rilonuvh Bittern t beyond all comrari
ou tin! belt remedv that tan In) taken An
mcane of ri'miinni; th strength at.d vital rno fry of
person wuo am ringing miner tax UHOiinauug
eflTn' tM of palnfcl disorder', till" stuiidsrd vege'ahle
luvliiraiit la confessedly uucqualcd.
Kor ulu by all d-niuptts nud dealers generally
TO PRKSKKVK THE 1IKALTH
I'm the MaKDutoo Appliance Co.'
Magnetic Lunj; Protector !
IMUCK ONLY 85.
They an: priceless to luiim. uhntlfmrn and
chiluH'X with wrak lcios: no case r i-nki hhn-a
ob ckoit I ever kn wn where these
garment are wo-n. 'l'niy a no prevent and cure
iiiabt uirruTt-Tira, i-'oi.iw. kikih .tium, nki kai.
OIA, TIWOaT THOCIUK, III I'll Til Kill A, C'AIAKHII, AND
ALL KINIIUKO OleEAeES. Will WKAll any I" rvice
fnrTiiiim tkahb. Are worn over the utidcr cloia-
I ' T "P If IT 11 needless to describe the
1VHIlIL, ayrnptons of this nauseous l'
eae that Is sapping the I fu and strength of only
too many of thu fairest and ln-si of both eexcs
Labor, study it'nl research In Aui-rira, Kuroe and
Kmte-n lands, tnvc reult"t in the Magnetic Lutift
Protector, aff'rding cure fir Catarrh, a rcrueuy
which contain Nn iiurouiNit or hie Svste. and
with the ronllritione stream o' M.tuctisin per
meating through the afflicted orpins, MraT UK
TOUE TIH! TO A HEI.TIIV i.TION. W I'LAIK CUll
rmi'l for tbia Appliance at less than one-'wcntlcth
of the price asked by other for remedies upon
which ynu tike all thu chances, and wi khpecia!
l.T IxviTe the patmuaire ol the many riiiirios who
havu tried uiii'ooiii'i THEiit spim! ua without i:r
RlHt and ak for tliin. II tby have iiot not then,
write t the proprietor". H-:chtiu the pr.ee In let
ter, at our risk and they snul' he lit to yuu at
once by mail, postpvd.
Mend stamp for tnu "Ne Dparturu Hi Medi
cal Trent i.ent wmiotrr "sr. i.in. ' wl.h thou
eauds of testimonial" .
TUS MAUNKTON AIM I.IAN' K ).
21 nute Street, Chic wo. III.
Note Men I one dollar In pustai' stamps or
curr-iiry (in letter at our nrki with size of shoe
osually worn, .t.d try a ptir of our Magnetic lo
OSes, and be cintloced of the power rea d'i.e In
our ! a;'netir Appliances l'osrively no cold feet
where tuey are woru, or inum-v refucdu 1. l!-ljr
For Fine Complexions.
PositiTO relief and immuni
ty from comnlexional blem
ishes may lie round in Hasan's
Mnirnoliii Balm. A delicate
and harmless article. Sold
by driiiw'sts everywhere.
It imparts the most bril
liant and life-like tints, and
tho closest scrutiny cannot
detect its use. AH unstehtly
Rinar Marks under tho eyes,
fcallowness, Redness, Rough
ness, and tho Hush of fatisruo
and excitement aro at once
dispelled by tho Magnolia
It is Iho ono Incomparable
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUBSTITUTE FtiR LIKE INSUR
ANCE (I'M TAMES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrgRnlird Julv Uth, 1877, 1'niler ttie Luwn o
the Slttteof IllinoU. Copvrluhtcd Jul
9, 1(177, luilcr ActolUottKrcBH.
JAR. H. MeOAHEY rreald.-nt
.1. II. KOIUNHON - lt Vlce-I'rtmident
M. I'HII.LIl'8 Hud Vlco-I'realdent
J. A. OOLOSTINK Treasurer
jr,Hl"VKTHllcN M A,1V"""'
THOMAS LKW1S Secrutary
KD. II. WHITE Assistant HHcruiajy
KXKUUTIVK COM M IT TK K.
Wm. F. riTPHKB, h. S. THOMAS,
W.O.JOCKLYN, F. VINCKNT,
WILL T. KKDI1UKN.
HOAUU OF MANAGKUH:
J. A.Ciolctstlno, of Ooldstlna A Kosen water, wlmlu
alo and rutml dry frond, ote.t Jan. H. .Meuahcy
umhr diialor; wm. K. I'ltclmr, penenil apenl ;
Albert Luvvls, dealer In flour and Kraln; U. 8.
Thomas, brlcklayor; Mostis I'lillllps, con raclor
and builder! H. A. Chumblny, irrocuri Tlios.
i tttuia. ...r.i.nrv and attorney-at-lii w: A', II.
Maman. llmBpathlo phyalcliini II. Ha der, of
Nar.der A Hon. erororai It, H. Hiilrd, alrem super
visors lid II. WMiItu, ass'l sec W. A O. M. A. Ho
cletvi .1. W. Spier, lumber and saw-mills V. L.
Oernlfton, barber: fe. II. Dietrich, clerk V Kt. I.
p It. It.) M. Kobler. merchan t tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealar In wall-paper and window sliadus; ,.
E. Kniillsh, contractor aud builder! ill 1. Uui
burn.of Morsa Kedburn. clar maniifaciiirersi
u vi.Mni ilAatur In limn and cumellt: I, A.
Phelps, photoffropberi W.O. Jocolyn. dentisl ; 8
H . Tabor, mra. jewelors .1. II . KobltiHon. .I P. and
notar, nultltVi J, 8. P. W., ph,; Mn.W.
tKMlwiCK, msuranrw ''.'.","' , ' . "
Bt. Oas mains, and B. B. Walbridico, lumber mi 4
aw-mlll, of Oalrot tlrf l ''"""'V, " "
Bank, Stuart. Iowa; Ro. V. A. Wllkerson, I'ryora
burg.Ky. J.W. Tarry, phyatolan. Fulton, Ky.
ra tsSM 1TJJ
Tho Daily Bulletin.
The Lime-Ki!n Olab.
"Who am ilo tltiutuh?" nskml Itroth
cr (Jiiriliicr, Sam in;l Sliin litinlly A
room (or his ft.'itt ittui tin1 tin-tl inir rumu
"In ilo fust jtlaiiii Ins mil a young man
who t'ars up Hidttwalks, lus oil' L'ttttw,
tnkitH up two Hf'iit.s in tint Hiniiit kyar,
walks six iilifoati m do siilnvvaik, fiil
tivttttifi nlanej nn' am only two p'inU
ri'iiiDVcd (nun a luafiT. Hn tfrml tint .
Hi) lias l'arni'il hoiud L:ilin. muni! stir
gory, anil wliat ho loan' know 'bout
niodic.iiio liu ain't gwino lo praclico on.
Hy nn' by you h'ar of liim as it mrtcs"
fill iloutah.' II has stuck li s staki-s
an' drawn his lines. Hu has I'unutd
dat castor i!u am a gcntl (;ntlmri;c, an'
ho will )iin:i''d from dat lo iigor what
may bo goo I fur typhoid fi.vfr.
doclah am a man who puiikcn
his niouf an' slink s his hoad. liu am
worry ear'ful not to talk too much. If
ono (if his palit-nls fouu' dat aqua pura
moan l whIlt dn doi'tah would eonsidor
do case hopeless. What ho lacks in
knowledge hu reckons tie family will
inako tin in good nnssin'.
"Di doctaii am a wiso man. If hn
linds do pulso up an' d tongue coated
he knows dar' am a fever. If it shouldn't
happen to lie fever do medicino would
do iist do same oood. When ho can't
tell a ease of measles from a case of
suiail-pox he kills two birds wid ono
stone by piecribin' (ur do latter.
"If a fani'ly doctah should sot down
an' tell a patient dat ho had bilious fi
ver, an' dat he was givin' him sartin
remedies an' dat lie would be out in
twelve or fourteen days, do patient
would expire inside of two hours. Do
only afe way am to shake do head,
scare de wile inter liis, an' pronounce
it a case of life an' death whar' de
chill'en must be t-panked and tied up.
de doali-beil muflled, an' all de rela
Siiuns telegraphed to. It's only art it
de patient am seen sawin' wood de
week arter dat he am told what a clus'
shave hu had.
"l)o doclali am a man who sticks.
V hen he gits hold ol a case ilar am
no let-no onless he am pulled off. K
he can't cure he kin advi.se a trip to
Mackinaw or Florida, an' i( do patient
am uncivil 'null" to die on his hands all
odder doclahs am ready to testify dat
his life was jiresarved a hull y'ar long
er dan could have bin expected. Do
doctaii who would admit dat a case w
too complicated fur him would be hus
tled outer de ring in no time.
"De doctah am a gn at stickler fur
de 'professional.' It- ain't professional
to advertise dat he am a doctah. De
public inns' take him for a bank rob
ber or a hosi-jockey an' keep up de in
quiry n mil it am diskiverod dat ho am
a doclah. h a. n't professional fur two
doctahs to meet ober de same patient,
fur fear he w.ll git well. It ain't pro
fessional for one doetah to admit dat
anoder has written morphine whar' he
meant quinine an' killed somebody.
Kbcn when a coroner's jury am sit tin'
on de body of a butchered woman it
ain't professional fur a dodah to call
it a case of abortiou. It nius' bo his
opinyun dat de woman was run ober
by a train of kyar.. Nobody eber h'ars
of a doctah niakin' mistakes. Do un
dertaker kiveis 'cm up an' de fratern
ity take de witness stand. Let us now
puiceed to bizness." lldrnit Vet
A Talk ab ut B;ard?.
T lip early 11 unaiis considered
1 eard ns cviileuce of the savage
of its wearer or at h ast his lack
tincmcnt. The term "barbarian,"
which was applied by tho U niaus to
ii.iuoHt every race outside their own,
has been confounded with tho beard
(the Latin barba. French bar be, signi
fying beard), especially as the word
was Used as a reproach to one whowoio
hair upon his face, and some suppose
that tho barber of to-dav obtained his
name from that root. Neither of these
suppositions is correct, tho term origi
nates with the Egyptians, in applica
tion to tho natives of Barbar. an ancient
country on the coast of Africa. Still,
it would not be surprising if tho beard
had something to do with its adoption
by the Romans. Recollection may be
called, incidentally, to the play of "In
gomar," wherein "the beard of the hero
furnishes material for dramatic elo
quence. In this case its possessor re
garded it with pride, and his hardest
task was to cut it otl".
Ou the other hand, when an Egyptian
artist desired to depict a low. slovenly
fellow, ho represented him as having
several days' growth of hair upon his
face. But, for that matter, tho artist
of to-day would bo likely to portray a
tratup in tho same way. Among tho
Egyptians artilicial boards were worn,
however, as a matter of personal orna
ment ono of tho whims of fashion
and Egyptian warriors returning from
a campaign pointed with pride to their
unshaven faces, as an evidenco that
their battles nud hardships had given
them no opportunities to attend to their
personal appearance. Tho beard has
always been one of tho attributes of
tho soldier. Shtikspetiro depicts him
ns "bearded like tho pard, and ho
makes Jack FalslafTsay that if ho does
not perform a certain valorous deed
ho' 11 never wear hair on his face mere.
Readers of Thackeray will remember
that Jos Sedley allowed his uiustacho
to grow when ho desired to pass for an
officer. At tho time during which tho
incidents of Thackeray's "Vanity Fair"
aro supposed to occur, no English gen
tleman, unless ho were a military man,
wore a heard of auy kind, except at tho
risk of being looked upon as eccentric
or worse. Later the "mutton-chop"
stylo camo into vogue, and has since
romaiuod "delightfully English." In
this country, men not very old well re
member when a man with hair on his
face was looked upon with curiosity
and oven with suspicion. Boston Her
ald. The old "Slalo Fnrnaco" in Bath
county, Kentucky, is said to bo the old
est furnace in tho wpst. It commenced
operations in 171)1, and continued run
iiiiwr furl v. seven voitra. Th cannon
balls used "against Paokonhatu's host by
(tottoralJaeksoiv at the battle of Now
Orleans were manufactured at Slate
l'urnaco. Many balls made at that
time, and not shipped, are on duty in
Eastern Kentucky ns door-tot;.
W, Y ;.amhi)in, riytr editor of I'm IIiu i etiw
and atnamlioat pmoienirer ai:i nt. Ontttra Tor all
kind ofntnamhoal Job pru;tlr pnlli'licid. "alcv
ul Uowor'i Kuropuan Hotid. No. 72 Ohio lvce.
The fife. Genevieve from Memphis passed
up for St. Louis yesterday morning at 8.
Tho Belle Memphis from Vicksburg pssscd
up for St. Louia last evening at 7. She
discharged gome cotton here for the east.
The City of Vicksburg from St. Louis ar
rived here atCiflOlast evening. She had
a K'od trip added liberally here and re
ceived about 40 deckers for Wilson point,
Miss. She departed for Vicksburg during
the night. Yesterday wss cloudy and
threatened rain all day which succeeded in
opening with a gentle rain at hall-past tour
with a prospect of heavy rain all night.
Business on tho wharf yesterday good. The
river marked by the u""Ke at 0 p. m. 10
feet 9 inch and rising. The Ohio is rising
again at Cinciuunti and Louisville. L t
her rise, and thu Ohio river boats will get
some of the chicken pie if there is any in
sight. The people's favorite, wo mean the
Iludnon, is due this evening from St. Louis
fur Shawncetown. See Passenger Ayeiit
W. P. Lambdin and get your tickets. The
City of Baton Uouge from St. Louis is due
to night for New Orleans, but will not get
off from hero before to-uiorrow. The Will
Kyle left Cincinnati last evening for New
Orleans, and if she bus good luck will re
port here Saturday night or Sunday nmrn
ing. The Will S. Hays will soon be ready
lor active service. (Mie is only waiting n
a rise sufficient to come out with a good
trip. Uie hlla h.imbrougn from uelow is
Mr. Ann Lacour, of Sew irlt:u. I.a ,writ f
I have a son who tian beer, tirk fo- two year : v
ha been attauded br out leadli g pliriciai.a, hut
all to no purpose. Ttii-in ru hu ul till umal
(pell of coiiKlilng. and wm o really prontrat
In conaequence, that death eenn-d Imminent. We
had In the bouau a liottle of Ur. Win. Hull's Itil
rain for the Lanes purchased by mv hunhand. who
noticed your advertisement yeterdjy We ad-
m.nistoied itaccordlnj to directions, and be was
nCRXO'S CATAHKH HNfFF cures Catirrh
and all affecttoni of the mucous membrane.
Baker's Pain Panacea cares pa u in Man and
tieatt. tor use eilvrnahy aud internally.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child fcuftYriiiL' and
crying with pain ol tutting teetlTf If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low s Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor littlo suBorcr unuied
lately. Depend upon it, mothers, theru is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrha'a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ie
duces inflammation, aud gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low'a Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and btt female
physicians and nures in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Pi'kkCod LivkrOil made from selected
livers, ou the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
Co, New lork. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
CiiAri'ED n ands, Pack, pimples, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous diiock, a'. Vitus Dance,
Prostration, and all diseases of Nerve Gen
erative Organs, are all permanently and
radically cured by Allen's Brain Food, the
great botanical remedy, 1 pkg., 0 for f.1.
None But First Class (iomls.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
l-. o - - - . . .
3UUHI.KY v.o., iiiicago, are IllSKlllg a
specialty of tine goods, and if you need
anytning in waiciies, in oust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jcwelty,
send to nuriey Jt uo., they will send n
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched lor and endorsed by thu United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern bx press Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master ot Chicago, Oen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Sliurley & Co., 77 Slate
Street, Chicago, 111. Bksd fohtheiii new
AND BKAUTIFUIXY ILLUSTRATED CATAMXll F.
To Tho West.
There aro a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
aod reliable route is via Saint Louia and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Union
Depot, S int Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars nf the very
finest iuko aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and I'al
lfrnin r'inoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxpross traia for KansaB and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is mado with the
Overland trait. Cor California.
This lino olfers to parties enrmito to thu
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, ol this
line, which will be mailed free.
0. B. Kinnah, P. CrumiLKK,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
L. C. DOYINCTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
:; lUiK3jl,t4 era
Them'! porfiTtly tiiilmim! I OI.litNVl IlKf) In tlm
Vim M. hiitwiimtiiil, )i'l wj In-lit Mini h clillil run "'ii
mill i!ie II v.llh c-iM'. 'C.iy entiiblini (.UK A I'
KI'UKNOTII, DKAI TV nid VTI I.I I V. It is tli"
Villi' HKxT. iiii'-l Miiiip.nl, i:SII-T KOI.I1KI)
1IH. and la imw Ml' ii il 1. . tlx- pulille a Hi" I 1IKAI'
l.vr patent K'.lil l.j Ited "ti I : nmrk.-l. U KCONO
MIZKS SI'AI K, Kir.v WKAIl and TKAH nf CAK
PKl'S. keep Hu- liLDt'ISO t I.I.AN H'.OM MIST,
iidI l rui'i.y mi-ik,-.'u nil nilii-r tieiis in tie'
f .miiI Ik a f Uiu rli li un l ! ir uliku in uil M-cttoiia n(
nmls In 111 It'M . IltrtIM. 1K.
(VHIKI, II O O 14 - A M K , S.I '.-
IO Hit. iiml U Ul I IO IIl sh Mjira,
fci nil lur lb upihe an'l liln-l i m, l livu.nr.
Factory & DiTicFStatlSt, Chicago,
tyin seu'l.nu fur tirtulur with irlce, jileaaa uuino
I I LllV1 Aad Mnn. and all Mau
III" In ""'r from tarly
111 J Indiacretmns will lina
w Allen n llrin Food thu
most powerful Invlftorant e'er mtr'iducd:
onoe rniUired by it there 1h nri rlinew. Try
it; it nrer fails, fl: 6 fr if S. At Dnix-
KisU, or by mail Irom Allen Pharmacy,
or vy mall irom Alien f narmacy,
The glory nf a mania
his streiiRth. If yua
are weakened dowa
- Bl UUI , ,11 JJF 'Ol IJ II1UIB-
CreTloDS, Alien a Drain roou win pvnna
nently restore all lt viur, and trennthen
all ill o muaulesof Drain and Hody. I , li lur
5. At lifinoimta. or by mail from Allen's
lifiiKKiita. or by mail Irom Alton's
ry, 316 Ut
New York I
Mill Of th many lrms.
Ill K J V dies before tu publio
I I Pltl "' NervoiJA Debility
I I I and weakness"! Nerva
Seal IsB laa I V osnerativa System,
there is nona equal to Allen's drain Food,
which promptly and pennsuently restores
all lost viuor! it never fnils. l pkg , 6 for
t K At Druggist, or by mail from Allen
DruicgisU, or by mail trout Alien
ry,16 I' I
New York I
eail II fl For seven year Allen1
I I Pllin Hrain FKd basstood
III" fU A strongest tests as
I I 11 to it merit In curing
ar trvouflncHft. Nen-ou
Debility, and restoring Inst powers to the
weakened Oenerntive Hystem, and, in
instance, ha it ever failed i test it. (Iiefof
f 5 -At Dniggisi. or by mail from Allen s
cy, Jl.i 1st
A at. n n A I
m maa14 "MenOMnatnenrpor
I I fl 7 V sauo;'' "A wiund mind
Bl ?J In a sound bodv" istlio
I I I II II trade msrk of Allen's
laall W (tram tooii. and we as
uro our reader that, if dnn-HtiMied wiih
eitherweakneisof hrain or liodily (Niwers,
mis remdy will permanently strengtlieii
bom. fl. At fruggists, or oy man irom
ry. 31S li
Hill A NsrTontnesa,Vsrvrma
I I Plljla Debility. Nouralcia,
I I KN Nervous Shock. huVI
III II al tus Dance. I'Mstration.
laloHll w and all diseases ot
Nerve Generative Organs, an, all perma
nently and radically cured by Allen s llrain
Food, t be great botanical remedy. 1 1'kg.,
6 fr 5 -At Druggists, or by mail from
Allen' Train rood
strengthen the Urain
and xsilivelv cure
,'rVUlin fc',...l,l,. 4-r.
vonsnesa, Headache, unnatural losses, and
allwealniessoftienerativehysiemi it never
AI A .. mK At. rirnuffiAlH. IIP
by mail from 'Allen' I'harmaey, 316 First
1 1 rwt
.Dlseaaa, Propensity an
I I H HI Aln4 nmtiberleH ail
111 j Bmenl. (iiremiist sniinig
MMiail 1 eFthein are Nervousiii,s,
Nervous Debility and uiinniur.il weakness
of (ietmratlvo Organs: Allen llrsin rood
suooessliilly ovsruoiiift these trouble and
I'assion n ring Aisn.
resiires I lie aiiuurer w ius lurnier vigor, v ..
ff 1st. Ol
i'V. SIB Isl
vuiiuu, New York Oil)',
AND LACK ViTAU t-NLRCiV?
. : i;:il."iile MeleK
liiiitieirelller Fieri ro Oitt
Mini,' nml Mil, l'llo A ll
lllll r mid Oiniiieiils nn a
.ilteeule mr Nervoiselil.
1 1 V l'lisl)sls, llllilllllilllsin
I II. i.y,l' lllllll.tloll, Lena
ol VII ill K'leigy. Overwork.
c I liiiiin, oiik Hock, Klip
liev, I ilvsr, Hint hlollini'b
i.,iiniliiliits, unit nrxiidiipU
Ml lu lirrio n skx. 'I hex
no Inlesl. Oil-
roveii. i, tm en
tioiti IniII s iiii.I till
II nlliurs. lift ihnV
j poslllvely gene
litniils. enyslnu nn
snros, nor Irrlliv.
lion oniii, sHin
run tin went nt
work ns well as
reel itily nui lew
hide lo Wesrer.
nil si nuns ll all
ill. oiimis where
I. ..r iu I. .i. . r... UVM rilllT.V nb nnt-n reiu.h
fbaseiit ill dlseiii.ii, ns they net dlrw't tnou Nnmiuia,
Miisniilar.unil (lennrnfl Ceiilers. siwhIIIv reslorlnai
thevlliillly-whleh Is Fleet i Icily--ilmlned from Ihesre
lem hy iess or liidlscieiloiis, l y Uiu In a nsliiml
way overeome tlm wenkness without drnunltig the slum
anil, They will cura every ruse stunt nf stiiielural de
general Inn, and we am iirepn'ed In furnish the rnna.
rmehatlo nml n- olu'e proof In siii"it onr clnlrlia.
Illiisl rated I'ttnlpulel Kroe.or unled forftuposleaw,
CotuulUUoa I AMl.rlOANOAtVANIOOO.
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I , " r"'"i iiwiunoiDouuoiauiit,
nor aiecoior tne Bkln. or lenvA dimurmaniiin aira i w...i i,
has NO KQI.'ALf.irtlio Cnreo? Rbonmn.tl.rn.
Stilt Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, CrampH, Tootb.-Ar ho.
uure Asnntif haaab aaa iuv s.iiuus
and Is eiiuullyntncaelons for all pains In
rnumi niiir fa. iuiudpiiii fiimiuivM 111 1 n
Ask your Dnifffjlst for It. Price 00 ct
rrepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wnoleaale Dniaglet. 8T. LOUI8, MO
(InoJ I'ay fur Amenta,
miiilu seilniL' mir line liu
SUM to J llfi.tr
iiiiuiu seiiinit mir line hooks unil luniuer
J. M(:.'L Kl)YACO.,ChtcSL'o. III.
.ilsthellrs, ( designs). SometlllllK
VJiVillJJ g,,,,,!. Mailed on receipt of rl centt
III stamps. II K A KN E CU , F.O.Dox 1 ST, N.V,
Ely's Cream Balm,
UNEQUALLED for COLD In tlin HEAD.
( ream Ilulmtias valnoil an enviable reputation
wherever knowa ; displacing all nibor preparatloiis.
Send for circular containing full lnfiirui tlin and
reliable, testimonials. Ky mall, prepaid. VI cent- a
(larknifii stamps rucelved. Mold by all wholesiile
and relall drumjl.ta. KLY'H 1 11EAM BALM i'O.,
llweu'O, New Y-rk.
MINIl' WII I1UUT A TKACHKRI Soper'
ill 1 " ' InstHiitancous lliilde to Kuya of 1'iaiio
andOriran. Price $1. Will teach any person
loplav iO plecia of music 111 ono day. You could
mil leiir.'i it front a teacher In a month for Try
it ami be convinced Sanip'e copy wiL be mulled
to anv nddress on receipt of 'fi cunts In stamps hy
II KA UN E i CO., Publishers, I'.O Box lis , N. Y.
fynvmi VOLUMES tbu choicest literature of the
world, ion pau'e r uta'oyue fren. Lowest (irloes
ever known. NOTold hy deaors. KeiH for ri-
ainlna lon before pymiit on ovldenco of enort
faith. JOHN H. AI.DDN, Publisher, IS Ve ey
St., N. Y I', o. Hox l!7.
.MADE ox PURPOSE
I One of These Mistakes (?) Wliieh are
More Frequent than Proiitable.
'vThv, my child. tlil l not DKNhON'S CVP-
flNIi I'OltOUS I'LASTKH," said a futlior to his
little daiiuhser, after examlnlnga fmckao ahu hud
)us' bP UKbt fiom th nnn; store.
"lsn tlt, ear l in sorry ntu I bskwi tne mini inr
Ilcnum's I knovr I did, and he took thn il rent
you nave m" t ptv er it with, exciaimea tne
i child positively. "Sluybe the flriiu man madea
I'll un 'toiind mvsernnd see," wun the cen lo
mini s (( iiiinent, ne nonnen ins coat aim nni.
Whv ill lu't you send lue llensou's pia-lir, In
f tend (,'f th's cheap and trashy thin. V
'Why, I tho giil tn l wouiu sun you just na
Vuii ihoiiL'lit" von thoiiijhl! What townics
have von tollilnk? I don't pay you for thliikinir.
but for flllini! my order.'' said the Indignant ra ler,
coiitemptu ualv. "Ihervl tano mat in nn nar.a
and iiive mo my raunev, I'll f"t what I want
ttl a MarTii
(117 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular J i nil uu I n of two nieitlcil
collek'i .. hut I" en lunger engaged In the treat
ment of liraiiU'. Nurvous, SUin unit
JUimiiI HlM-a-ei than any other physician In
KU Louis us cltv jmperH hUew and ull old rent
dents know. 'niisiiliatln .1 ottleeor by mall,
free ami Invited. A friendly tuik or bis opinion
nnu nothing. W ben H ln(iiconv, iiti'iit to vllt
the city .or treatment, niciltnliiei can l.e sent
by innllor ,-xresa evi rvwlu re. I'miilile cn-ei-gimi
Hiiti eiti where doubt exists It Is frankly
Haled. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mircurial and otlur
affections of Throat, SHn and Lonos, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisonin.kinAffef.
tions, Old Sores a?d Uloers, lwpaiontsj.0
Marriage. RheumatL'm, Pilf s. Special
attention to cases (Vom over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special atUntiofL
Diseases arising from Iirrrudences, Excesse
Indulgeacjs or Exposuros.
It i . 1 t Unit a physician paylnn
partleui.ir aii'iiiH'ii to licit.- ol eii-...s Mlalns
great -HU, Jid ptivsiclsii-In n vular pi in ll' ii
all ovciMlie eoiniirv knowliin tills, lreipintly
recon. mend caeslo the oile-.l i.lbce lu Aiii'-rli il.
where every known sppli.uiee Is resorieil to.
ami the jirovenl u'""! ra-im'l is-sj of nil
ages and countries are used. A whole bouse r
li scil lorntllce purposes, and all ale Ireiiti d Willi
skill In a respectful maimer; umt. knowing
what to do no ipei lineiils arc inaile. i in ac
count of Hie great number ti..l i nu . the
charges are kept low. often NW. r than is
ilellisinleil bv olliers If V" HCCIini the hkl'l
and get a speedy and per feet Iti'p cure, thai la
the linporbint nialter. I'ainphlct. XI pages.
tent to any aiblres rrer.
in -I..I,. nn.t n. i 1,1, i.iii.o S.mleit for TO
cents lii posiagi. ur iiirieniy. liver lilt v win
i', rial pen plcliin s. true In life ail Iclei on Hie
.'.,io nguliecls. Whon.sv marry, who mil'
Ht Proper age loin arrv. Who man y lirst.
(tlllill.MVil, Wollisnll I. I lil slcsl deenv. V
ihou;,l niac v. Hns tile and happiness may l
oicre-i-ii.. 'l'llo.i llian liil or i Umi.liilliiH
purivlng should reml It. it niiuhl lobe rem
nv nil mini I pel s , iln u k. pi mull r lock nml
i"V. 1'oinilar , .11 Hon, same almNe, Put paper
rover and 2ltnge xOceiiUibl1 mall. In luouijr
How Many Miles Io Yon JUive?
ODOME T li: 11
This liislriimuiit Is no largnr Iban a w.lch, It
lelis thu exact .number of miles driven tu the
1 Imitn part of a mile: count up to l,ii inlleai
water and duel, Itghij always in order; save
horses Irom lining, over-driven ; Is easily nttuclled
to tlin wheel of a Hukhv, CitnlitLjo, Bulky, Wsgon.
Ko.ul I'arl, Hulky I'luw, ltcnpcr, Mower, or other
vehicle. Invaluable til Llveryineii
Drivers, I'hyslclsii, r"ur is, riiirvevor. llray-
men, Kvpressmeli, Wlage Owners, ,tn, rnceoiily
iriVliiuVh, nnu-lhlril the price of auy other Oilom
e'er. When ordering give diameter of tH" 'Aliocl,
Hetil by mall on rerelpt nf jMci', post pa d,
Adiiri"s MiTThTnnk'LL OIX )M K IKIU'O.,
i Ninth La Mullii Ml., Chlcagn.
JifSiiiKl for Circular. Mtoa.
rpKClTY NATIOaSAL HANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, W 100,000!
A CifiK'ial Bunk in i; IIusIiiomh
TltOS. W, ltAl.l.lDAY
iNTEUPHiSJE HAVING HANK.
KXCMISIVKLY A SAVINGS BANK,
THOiS. "W. IIAILIUA.'Vi
A iHlUl'iflil Itl 'filial -it lull ... . I
K)scd mostly of Estvnt.a. 'o.u
I'hn mmt nf'nntratlnv I.inltMdnt
Ib-nxn.n Uv ai,,,nn.l.,l U4 .
Penetrate to the vary Bone,
iiiuiijr uri. Ul lull riysieill
the Stomach and Bowels
11. mus aiArxii 'a . i .......
Tone, Toncli. Worlcmansliixj & DaraMIity
wiTxiAir i;Ani: t ro.
No. JM and a ul West P.ililninre Street, llnltlmorn
No. 112 Fifth Avenue, New Yoik.
I U VOUCF.8. No pnb'lclty; nrHidoiits of any
Male. Deseriioi,, N'on-Siiipsiri. Advice and
applications for stump. W. II. LKE, Att'y, 239
ItroadwAy, M. Y.
rpo AI)V'"KkTIhKK.S - Lowest rales for advertU
A lnnin H70 cnoil newspapers seel (re". Address
URO. V. ItOWFLLA Co.. 10 Spruce SIN. Y.
Is not u triumph of science, hut Is a revelation
tliroug.li the liiHllnrt of the untutored savage, and
Is a c implete antidote, to all kinds of Wood l'oison
and i-kiu Humor.
Swift's Specific h : cured me of Si rolula, which
Is h reditaryto my fa nily. I have euffercd with
It for Uiiiuy years, and have tried u fjreat many
u a cmns und all sons of treatment, tint to im
purpose; and win n I beean to take Swill's Mp clftc.
1 was in a horritiie cniinitton: but thuiiks to una
gnat reined , I am rid of ihn disease. Theru li
no doubt that It Is the ureatest medicine in exist
ence, nud I hope any who doubt will wiiti' to mi.
li. i . n A vt r.!v a K.,
After stifTeriii twenty flvit years with a painful
Drv 'letter, anil trvlng many I'livslriurs, 1 wns nt
last relieved by the use of Swift e Spec.liic. aud I
cheer 'iil'y reconrneud It to ull similarly .filleted.
ltKV. Lit. ukamma.ii,
will be paid to any Chi in st who will find on
aiialvsls of liH) bullies b. S. ti., one particle of
Mercury, Iodide Iitii8iuu.', or any mineral aiih
stun e. .
Til SWIFT Sl'Ei:lKIC CO.,
Drawer:!. Atlanta, Ou.
rWrite for thu l'.itlu Hook, which will be
I'rice: Hiniill size, fl O'l per liotlle. Larue sito
(boiliiiL' doiihe quant ty.l jl.7 ' bottle. AUilrug
glels.'sell It. S
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
ILL. MASS. CA.
TOR SALE BY
II. Stkahala tt Co., Cah'w , In.
ntorniKToH of sruoAT'H patent
Whohwnk) loalor in Ico.
(( K HY T1IB C'A R I.OA D Olt TUN, WELZ,
PACKKI) FOH PlirrPINQ
Oar I.oaly a Special tv.
o v 1' i o 111 I
Cor.Twflltli Street aud Levee,
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAO'MY
t UlCsTKK. ll.M year Open September Hh.
ItiilldliiB new. Nupertor appulntninnis t'lvll Kn
glnoerlng. Cheniical. I.'ollugiate, Kngll.h Courso.
I troiilaraof P. W, Han lay, Kaq., W. I'. llallldsy,
En ,oi of Col. niKU. UYATT, l'rea't.
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