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The Daily Bulletin.
Woman's Club and Library Association.
' CONCLUDED KllOM KOUUT1I PAOE.
thfct divides thu scon from the uumion. . If
we should be titirwitteil to do so wo could
not endure tlio light. Hut would be like
Peter, James and John on iho M nitit of
TranKtiguratioa "as dead men," dnztid and
blinded by the overwhelming power of the
glory. Hut when the mortal bI.m11 put on
immortality and our day of transfiguration
comes the curtain will be thrown aside and
we shall see life as it really is. We cannot
oe beyond this life.
The flnito cannot bound the mfinito nor
ctn man comprehend Qod. If the lioite
could bound infinity there would be no
such thing. For infinite id in reality with,
out boundary. If man could comprehend
Qod there would be no Qod. Nothing su.
pcrior to ourselves. Hut we know there is
a Qod, Wo know that he is superior to
ourselves for ho is the giver of lite,
The most powerful ruler on earth though
be may command the lives and destinies of
bis fellow nan lias not the power to bring
to life again the ant he crushes beneath hi
foot. The author or inventor of anything
made by human akill has the right to its
use. So tins the Author and Inventor of
life the right to the disposal of it. Qod
made us and we are His. As He has giwn
us life and all that tends to its profit and
enjoyment, in return wo should give to II im
the benefit of the powers with which Ho
has endowed us.
Mortal life is uncertain. It is a delicate
thing thut requires the tendercst care to
sustain in tho new-born babe. A striy
shot, a tailing timber, a few irregular
hosrt beats may put an end to it iu the
Doe it seem sensible in us to upend our
best efforts for its interest 1 On the other hand
the immortal life is cer'ain. Made sure
by the command and will of its Author. It
is boundless as irfinlty. Made by IouVite
love fur the lierHH, comfort an 1 j y of im
mortal biug3. We cannot se now what it
is like. We are not required to under
stand it any more than a child beginning
atr.hmatic is required to understand solving
a problem is Sophercial Trauonomctry.
Hut the child knows there is such a
study toward which by learning certain
principles and rules he is advancing. So
in the school of lite there is a Teacher and
a Book that holds all we need to know and
by learning tho principles of whii h ami
practicing the rule?, the Teacher Im given
we shall attain to the knowledge that will
enable us to be prepared to the full under
standing f the immortal.
It behooves us to be wise ilcii and to
spend our bent efforts upon that which will
be for the most lasting benefit. While
taking due cue of the gift of the mortal
life, our chief purpose bo to learn and
practice those principles which will be hut
pleasirm to tin; Au'hor of life ami Im at en
able us to appear to advantage at the Court
of the univer?e.
A wood-chopper c-tlled Bill Printer,
Was b id:y cut up ly a splinter,
All his hur!, they did yield,
For S J.cb Oil healed,
And h'jmadc a big pile that Winter.
i'l r'i ig by IH-pbom.
Among the employes at the Central
office- l.i u Jjo v , t ho" voice ha not yet
taken on the b.iv tones of manhood,
but i still of n pure nop rii no quality.
No euli-titiilr.l for n young bidy oper
ator one duv. :uid in tin; course of his
duties was wen to smile very broadly,
His nearest neighbor, a young lady,
seeking to lind thu cau.e of hi amuse
ment, was told that a brink clerk up
town was trying to flirt with him. No
sooner said than the lady conuccted
this particular bank clerk' with all the
operators in the room, and all of them
took in the conversation, including tho
Answers dictated to tho boy .by his liniy
friends. Tho up-town masher exulted
in bis easy conquest, and appointed a
meeting, saving that when the Central
oflice closed ho would station himself in
r certain doorway, and that the fair
damsel might know that ho was tho
proper party bv the nosegay he would
wear in his "buttouholo. At the ap
pointed time about a dozen of tho girls
proceeded to walk leisurely up street,
in groups of three mid four. In tlie
stated doorway stood the hero, fault
lessly nrravod, with kid gloves and
cane, and the lesthotic bouquet. As tho
first group approached ho ran bis eye
pleasantly over thoir faces, in search of
nomo token, of recognition. Hut they
piwscd bim by, laughing in their
sleeves. Tho samo treatment was given
by tho next group, who could scarcely
restrain thoir laughter ut tho excitement
of tho elegant young man. As tho last
proup approached his excitement got
tho bettor of him nud bo stepped lightly
forward, bowing and smirking, nnil
eaid in his most captivating way,
"Which one is it? which ono is it?"
Tho girls mastered tho situation milli
ciontlv to repress tho faintest shadow of
a sinilo, and coldly stared tit him with
out a word and passod on. When that
young man attomnts to flirt again, ho
will bo likely to chooso some other than
a tolophono oporator. Boston Globe.
Shortly before his death, Professor
Cocker, of Michigan Univorslty, called
the attention of his pastor to a worn
and faded shawl spread on his bod, and
requosfodto hvo it wrapped around
his body and borlod with him. Ho had
made it himself when a young man- in
England had worn it in all his journoy
Ings to and from over the Atlantic ana
Pacific oceans, when residing in Aus
tralia, whon he escaped from tho Feejoe
Islanders as they wore proparing to kill
and roast him, and whon lie was ship
wrecked. It accompaniod him whon lie
landed in the United States, and even
clad the remains of his doad child when,
penniless and dishcartouod, ho first ar
rived in Adriau. 0
A BOttBQWED BABY.
A rr lr . . .
luuug Duu t uiuiiortunn witn a
Smith Is fond of babies, says' the
Washington Capital. That is, ho was
before that unfortunate trip to'lVnally
town. Sinco then ho would rather tako
a snake to his bosom than an infant, no
matter how sweet and pretty tho cher
ub, and tho sight of tho Tcnnallytown
coach gives bim freckles on bis back.
This is how it happened:
. Smith and his best girl, iu company,
with tho two Misses (iigglorand Charley
Stacey, concluded to call on somo
friends in 'IVnnallvtown ono evening
last week, and took tho coach. Tho
coach was full when it started, but
stopped to take in a lady with three
small children, the youngest an infant
in arms, two bandboxes and a pot of
flowers. Smith enjoyed it, as It com
polled him to sit closer to his best girl,
and Stacey seemed to relish being
squeezed to death between the two gid
Tho poor tired little mother finally
got settled and tho coach started again,
to be stopped once more on the outskirts
of the city by an old woman. To her
anxious query, "Knv rum? ' tho driver
cheerily said: "(J yes, mum; git right
in." The old lady uppearod at the door,
looked anxiously in and aid: "'Pears
mo you are pretty well seiouged up
Smith hugged Up closer to his b. g.
and said V tho littlo mother with tho
trio of infants: "Let mo hold tho baby,
Little mother Oh, thank you kindly,
but it will be too much trouble.
Smith Not at all, ma'am (taking the
child). Now, madam (to tho old lady)
crowd right in. And, aftor some more
"serouging," tho old lady wedged her.
self down next to Smith and tho follow
ing comedy was enacted:
Old Lady (addressing Smith) How
long does it tako to git to Tennally?
Smith 'Hout'n hour, I guess, ma'am.
S. (louder) 'Hout'n hour, I guess,
0. L. I'm pretty hard o'hearin'.
S. (getting nervous and yelling)
'Hout'n hour, I say.
0. L. Yu don't say so. Sakes alive.
I just eamo down last week to see my
Mirandv. She lives in Geo" town. Mar
ried John Mills, the baleksmith. Hin
married 'bout a year, and I cum down
to get the baby's "clothes ready. (Tho
Misses Qiggler show signs of hysterics,
and look out of the window; "Smith's
best girl turns red, and Smith himself
nervously trots infant)
O. L. (seeing infant first time, makes
a divo at its left lung with her dexter
finger, wrinkles up her old face into a
species of a smile, and says: Kootsy,
wootsy, bootsy, bress it dear ittle hart.
(To Smith.) Takin' tho little darliu'
out for an airin'."
Smith (turning red). Yes, ma'am;
that is I mean no, ma'am. (Balauee
of passengers become interested).
O. L. That's right, that's right; mail
ing like good country air for tho little
darlins. Looks just like you. (Sud
denly.) Boy or gal? (Entire coach load
Smith (turning pale and looking
frighUmcd) Damfino. I beg pardon,
really that . Confound you, Stacey,
you infernal idiot, what are you howl
ing at? I'll pay you for this. Think
you're smart, dou't you?
0. L Hey?
Smith (desperately and loudly) I say
it's a boy.
Miss "Giggler Why, Mr. Smith, it's
a girl; can't vou tell by tho way it's
Smith (savagely) I don't care what
it is. Here, driver, stop. I want to
get out Tako your brat madam. I
wouldn't bold another baby for $1,
O. L. (not understanding commotion)
Hey, what's the fun; tell me? I like
Smith (hurriedly getting out) Fun
bo blowed. (To Stacey who is in con
vulsions). You had better send for tho
black niaria and a squad of jxilice tc
bring you back. I'll be revenged on all
of you, and sticking Ins hands deep iu
his pockets he started down the dusty
road toward town, followed by yells of
laughter and the mocking Voice of
Stacey shouting "papa."
Smith says tho daisies will bloom over
several new-made mounds soon if the
boys dou't stop Raying "boy or gal"
when ho is around.
Jay Gould Wouldn't Interview.
An amusing incident of a young man
well known in Qlasirow comes tloatino-
back from Texas, whero ho is making
bis homo. ' I wo years ago tho aforesaid
y. m. was acting in the capacity of cor
respondent lor a paper, and, in bis
wanderings over tho Lone Star state,
came across Jay Gould's palatial pri
vate car. No sooner did ho set eves on
this than his mind was filled by a de
siro to interview Mr. Gould, and he ap
proached tho great railroad magnate
with a request to that effect. Mr. Gould
declined to bo interviewed, but cour
teously invited the correspondent to
rido in his car. The invitation was ac
cepted, nnd tho newspaper man pulled
out with Mr. G.'s party. No sooner
had they started, however, than Mr.
Reporter otteinpcd again to set the ro
portorial pump to work. Mr. Gould
boro it for n short time, and then,
abruptly ordering tho train to bo halted,
unceremoniously dumped tho unfortun
ate correspondent in a sandy plain, ten
miles from any station, in the full glaro
of a Texas July sun. Tho venturesome
young man plodded tho weury ten miles
on foot, only to find at tho end of his
journey that tho talo of Ids mishap bad
preceded him, and to bo tormented un
til Jay Gould was tho burden of hislifo.
The hero of this true story is known to
everybody in Glasgow, and whoever
finds him out will enjoy a quiot laugh,
as the picture of a noGby young crea
ture splitting the sand nt tho rato of
four miles an hour rises before thoir
mind's eye. Glnxgow (Ky.) Timts.
Tommy: "What does 'I beg your par
don' mean?" Aunt; It is a form of
apology, my dear. For instance, if I
were to knock up against you by mis
take, I should apologlzo by saying: 'I
bog your pardon."' Tommy: "Oh,
mothor wouldn't say that! She'd say:
Get out, yer young wurmin'tor 1 11
fetch ye sich a slap o the head yer own
father won't know ye from a twopenny
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
W, V. L,aaiiiN. river editor of i'u Kui.litim
and .teamhoat passenger ag. tit. Order for all
kliidaof eleanibo.t Jolt irintliiK solicited. Office
ut liower's European Uotul, No. 7 Ohio levee. ,.
We went to Paducah Monday on busi
tiesa and returned Wednesday night during
our abeence, tho river column wus not rep
resented, but will try and mako up for the
deficit) in future. Paducah presented a
more thriving appearance than it has doue
lor several years part tho mechanics have
all got work and the merchants were hav
ing a good trade. The Marine Ways have
all Iho work they can do with a good pros
pect for plenty work during the balance of
Tho Silver Cloud from Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. in. connecting with I. C.
It. K. and leave on her return trip at 4 :30
The Guiding Star arrived Wednesday
evening at 0 o'clock and received here
about 500 tons of freight, departed for New
Orleans alout 12 o'clock last night with all
the freight she wanted.
The J. II. Ililiflian from Nashville ar
rived at 0:30 Wednesday night and left on
her return trip at 2 a. m. yesterday.
The City of St. Louis from New Orleans
arrived here last evening at 2:30. She had
about 700 tons of freight departed for St.
Louis at 4 p. m.
The Hello Memphis from Vicksburg
passed up for St. Louis Wednesday night.
Tlie Wyoming from New Orleans passed
up for Cincinnati las-t night with a fair
The Jan. W. Gaff from Memphis pa-sed
up hat night for Cincinnati. She hod a
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati is due
here to-morrow night, tor Memphis.
The Thos. Sherlock is the pi-xt l$ig O.
Line boat due fir New Orleans from Cin
cinnati. She will arrive here to-moriow.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
for Paducah and Shawneetown last night.
She had a good trip.
The Chas. Morgan leaves New Orleans
to-morrow evening for Cincinnati.
The river marked by the gauge at this
point last evening 31 feet 4 inches and fall
inj. The City of Cairo is due here this even
ing from St. Louis for VickBburg.
The W. P. llalliday leaves St. Louis to
morrow evening for New Orleans.
The popular Mary Houston is due up to
night from New Orleans and goes to Cin
Found at last! We knew it would
come. We have had electric belts
electric hair and tooth brushes and
electiic lazors, but it remained for a
Frenchman to invent electric llannel!
This flannel, which he says will euro
rheumatism, contains, per kilogramme
of wool, 115 grammes of oxide) of tin,
copper, zinc and iron. A scries of
threads of tho tissue saturated with
these metallic products, are woven al
ternately with tlie ordinary threads.
The flannel so prepared forms a dry
pile. M. Drincourt, professor of phys
ics at the Kheims Lyceum, and M. Por
tovin, of the Polvtcchnio school, have
proved, independently, it is stated, by
precise experiments, that M. Claudat's
flannel liberates electricity, cither by
simple contact or (better) in contact
with the products of transpiration when
tho tissue is applied to the body.
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
for the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whote medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the teeblo and health to tho sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whoa1
oides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
feet high, jutting out hero and thee in
fiWitastic shapes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN AIIT1FICIAL LAKE
for boating and fishing has beeu added
to the natural scenery, bounded on one side
by dill's at whoso base the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slope from the hills, the whole
coveting several acres of ground.
"No. 1" tho "Iron Spriog"has properties
that arc unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria.
"No. 2" tho"Maguesia,"isa never-failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and thu "Alum Spring" does
the best service as a wash for ctuptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath houso is by no means the
least among tho latest additions.
Thecottagtshavebcen thoroughly renova
ted ; the beds are furnished with mattresses
and springs; new cottages havo been built;
tho dining-room is large and airy and tho
kitchen is in charge of a first class steam
boat cook all, forthe summer, at 8.00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
soparate table, half price.
1 Parties from Cairo can take an early
break last at home or at Vienua and arrive
at the Springs in time for dinner; faro
across by hack 75 cunts or by private con
vey anco for three or more 75cts. to $ 1. 00,
trunks extra. J. E. Lemen, Prop.
r.O. Allen Springs, III.
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TlllH CBI KBltATKI) NATIVE WINE In ma It
from the juice of Iho Oporto drape, rained in
tbit coui.liy. It Invaluable tonic and rtreiu'tli
eninu pn)M!rt e are uniiirpaaaed bv auy oilier
wative mo. !! i nil ine pnre juice or li e rnjit
produced iimti r Mr. Spoor ' own pemoual vupervl
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Th vouui r-t child m.iy parlake or It irenToun
quiill tn i, andthv weake-l Invalid iiho it In aiivnn
tape It i purticiilarlv beneflcial to ihe aged and
debilitated, and putted tu (he vanillin ailment!-1 h -it
affer) thu waker H'X. It in In every ref poet A
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from which il i made 1'or I'urlty. KichtiOfa. t'ln
or and Medicinal l'ropertief, it will be louti'l un
SiM'(i''.s I ,T. Hraii(l.
Thia TIHANDV "land nnrivit'i'd Iu llila (imitiiry
le I lie far euiicricr lor medicinal puiooHia. It l. a
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liable meillcinal properiien. It hua a iMIralo flu
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distilled. ami n In k'reat fnvur amonir Uri-i-la
famillea. See that tl'o Hiu'imturo of Al.r'UKI)
HPREIt, rcralc, . J If over tho cork ol each
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WwiayaaH l-rlday.nt p.m. Oulaeyi K.wkuk Paok
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Ex. union Ticket nt low rata. t.. Hu VUU
Mlnntcinka iinil nil Nrrl hrn Simimar Umorta. hlmu
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odlreiillit ' nd other intormat Ion. ad.lrowi,
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WBarfhout foot ol Oliwbl, bllOUl&M
The flue pactonsor and freight uleanier
Lenvea Cairo i very WedneMlay uveiilnn for St
I,ou1. Lchtp. Ht. Lnnla every hatnrday vvai.lnu
lor Now Madrid aud way laudliiKi.
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Senoud Ward- Jrtaa llinkle, C. N. Hnifhea.
Third Ward-II. F. lilaka, f g ert Suillh.
Kourth Ward-Charle. O. Pailer, Adoiph Bwo
b.ida. Klflli Waid-Cl.a.. Lancaalr r. Uanry Hlout.
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;ind s equally elllwiolotw fur all i.iiiua in tho Stomach and &wel
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dealKtia.hyakilled, experienced archllrcta, with
apeclilcitioin cmolete, from $:. unwarda: 8ot,d M
cent, for eip anatlo.ia. illuairated I'amph'et.
'N' H A '., 7 Wnrrn St.
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I'lolt more IllterntLinn Ihtn fli.l.... n.i ...
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per month. AddrcM "
J. C. MuCUKDY Si To , (JUIcagn. III.
author of "Ihe Olory and Shame of Knir:and:"
)e haiioleon DvriHaiv." - in.,... i i...
per. lOcenta; doth, X cent : Ha f Kiihk!, Jiscenw
loi.taK., mamjK uken. N(lt ,H)d b ()eil,!ri.
!in.;'b?l!ud:,W' th f"lk,w""-'' larK" "e
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I .He oftilr Itaac Newton, hy.laa. I'arlou, .
lilli au Inkle, by WachinctiiH Irvinit. - .
Hun,ii,L'of Kon e. bvCaiion K.rr.r . .
American lluino-iatt-Artenma Wa'd, . . .
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Deaeitert VillaueI he Traveier. (inliUmiili .
fuller" (Sotuidav Mtht.otc, Kobert Hiirui, .
hthi ar'a honii ol tho Hell, .nd other I'oema, .
.... h.oitii:uiiiiii nciunr.e, Andrew vsiinun, w.
Sorld--uiiithine, bv W. Xlattten WHIUm. .
JOHN H. ALDkN, Publiaher. 18 Vh.lv Si. M V
The Wonderful Efficacy of
H ben to frequeutly aud aatinfiiotorlly prowo
that it teotna alinoNt auierflunua to aay an11iinir
mora in their favor. The Imuiuum and constantly
Increaalng demand for theju. both In tlu and foreun
conqtrie., la the beat evidence of thel r value. Their
ale today In the United Bute la fur (freotur than
any other cathartlo medicine. Thin deuiaud 1.
not apaauuxlic. It la reffidar ami ateady, it la not
of to-day or yeaturday, it la an lucruaan that liaalioea
BtoadllynTowinn forthel&ttt tldrty-fiveynam. Miat
axe the reaa. m for tuia Kroat .nd tri'cr iu demand I
Dr. HebrncU'a Inndrnkr Plllsi contain no mer
cury, and yet Uiey act with, wonderful effect upon
the liver. They cleauas the atnmach and bowela of
all trrttatimr matter, which, 11 allowed to remain,
rolannath blood, and brinm on M alalia, Chllla aud
Fever, and many other dine anna. They irive health
and "treuirth to tlie dlireatlva oivana. They creata
appeute and irive vliror to tlie whole ayetem. They
are iu fact the modluuie of all others which ahould
be taken In time, llketlio preeut, w hen malarial and
other epidwuim are raWnir, an they pre-paro theaya.
tern to reaut attacka pf diWiaHO of every character.
l)r. Sehenck'a .llandrnke 111 Im are told hy all
dnnnnHU at H.r. wr txix, or tent by mall, iiootpaid,
on receipt of price.
Dr. Scbcnck'. Ilonk on faiiHiiniiiiioii, Ut.
rr CoiiiplHint ami l)yii .hln, iu Kulmh or
lerman, la aent frvv to all. ad lrem r, J. II.
N( IIKNC K A M, I'hilnd, Iplila, I'n.
VROSEWOOD 710(r. PUNO,
J V 'Ilir-HlTUot. I'mt '.
frHAPEL ORGAN. $70.
' Warraiiti iL Addnra
DTmiis.i & Co., Ill
West lltb Ft.N. V.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
i he Howard (ialvnaloNhlald
n.lnnrninr Mrctro UhI
v.inlc and Miunnllo Aiiill
nnei.aHnd llarmenta am a
aura cm, for N HrvoualMhil.
Ity. Paralyala, KhfmniiitlJim
of Vital hnrinr, Overwnrk
i llmlD, Weak Hack. Kid-
uay, lilvnr, nud Ktoraach
cnmpliilnta, and arendiipt
ed to Kithkii Skx, TIikm
veiy lniMt Im
nrovad. and an.
Ironi helta und all
othera, aa thny
itctda, cnaing do
noma, nor Irrita
tion nftha akin
can I worn at
work na well aa
rBt .nlj notice
aide to wHrr.
ent alaiiva of all
iIImmm.8 . whart
lii of tmnolit. Th.iae for MEN ONLY at once roach
the aeut ot iIImwh, aa they net direct ii.oa Nervoua,
Muacular.and (iinirnllva Oanlr. aiweillly reatorlng
thavlinlity-whtah la Kleetrleily-drnlnwl from the
tHin hy eicta or lodlncretlona, they thua In a natural
way ovHrooma the wsuknuaa without druaidnii tlie atom'
nch, They will cure rvery cu.e ahort of atrnetunil d
IPineralloo, and w are prai.ared ta furnlnh the moat
enn.hatlo aud aliwduta proof to auptiort our cliiima.
iimnraini ruiuiuioi i rne.or aoDiaenlHil lor no roluu,
CoatulUtlW j. AMIRIOAN QALVANIO CO.
rril I I&Tlttl f 3 1 2 N. Oth St.. St. Loula.Mf
A Now and fompietc Tliiiol. froutlim on t.evm
Second and Railroad Streoln,
Tho Puaieitger I). pot of tlm Chlcai'o, St. t.ni.ia
,ow (irleana: lllluola foalral; Wabash, Ht.
Louis and racilln: lion Mountain and Honlhurn.
Mobile and Ohio; Calnv and Ht. Lotus Kaiiwava
aro all Just across the street; while the Slcamhuai
Latidma la but one sijnnm distant, -
. This lintel la heated by .t.nnt, ha itnara
Laundry. Itydrat.Hc Elevator, Klectrlc Call Bella,
Automatic Klro-Alarma, Bath., arnol.tely pura air,
purloct scwerat'e and iompletv appointment.
Haiierb furnishings i perfect rvlcs and an an
U I'. I'AHKKH At CH).Ximimh!mi
VI U.'. ..-..;l.'"t..-.
I . . , A
X I'owt-i f ul orvparalion com-
ioicd mostly of Eaaeritial Oils
rite most itDotra4lniiUuinini
. ii " "wnTiw uiata
imown, Ho coneenb-aled Uiata
Back, Cramps Tooth-Aci;
ct por Lottie
THE .SUN 'TwHT
Decider) opli,.ip cxprfiMod'ln lani;na(;e that caa
be undcrilood; tho prompuuit, fnlle.t and moat ae
curat Intelllttucc t'f whalcver Iu the wide world ll
worth nttoi Hon. That ia what ov rvbody la .nra
to Mud in any edit on uf TIIK SL'N. hnnacriptlon :
I'Aii r 14 pajiea), by mall Wc a month, er fa" BO
Mper yoar; Wbiklt
W papist i, tl.im per yt.r.
J'.i i r-uriUAV I" PHCI'H), J.
v. c -1 J l.AM)
t'lllillalier. New Y rkCltr.
IliyOKCKh.-No publicity; reaidcnU of any
" Mate. DeaMTtion, Non Suiipott. Advice and .
at plicatlnna for ttamp
W. U. LKK, Att y,
eeiRunij, .1 . 1 ,
WelllprihilM, t,wi r any tuaof Ut Coniplilat'
bytpaniU, HI. k lli.adv.ha, Imlurtillna, Ciili(Wa mCotllnnMa,
w.cauaolcura with Wnl'i V.Krial.lt Htm I'llli, .Iwa 111. 4IIM
Mom ar rtriclljr cmiipll.d wllh. 1 ttr mn panlr nraM, it
irfll,l(i rl.t uiufactlnn. H.ijar Cuaud. Lr bni...,i
uinlna "I pllli. M cu. rr ! kr all diajttli. htwut of
fniink.rl.lu aiiri f mtkm.- Tht aauia nunkdunj t,l. .
J'liis c. wr a to, tt w w. m,m.oo ti., ckk.fi
r trial U kal jy ui.il prrMl,fuu r..ii.lota3 ..oliuuip.
Health is Wealth !
Du li. f. w kit's Nr.nvK and 11ii.i:i Tiikat.
mkn r, n unariiiitiKiii etwilio for Hjstoria, Diiri.
ih, CiiiiviilHiiiim, ViUt. NVrvoua Neurultia,
Ilendnclm, NVrvon Proatrntioncauaecl by the tit
ofalcohwl or tolmwii, Wukefulnewi, Mental De
prfwiiiii, Hclleiuim nf tlm Hraiu rewiltinu in in
miiiity nnil lenilitiif to mixery. ilw-ny aud death,
l'rmali:n Old Ait", Hnrreniiiwa, Loea of power
:n either hex, liivolunlHry Iianeri and Hpermat.
iirrlm-nciiuseil bynver-exertion of tlie brain, self,
nbiih.i ur ovcr-indiilitoiiCH. luicU box contain
ono miin'.h'n trontninnt. $t.(i a box. or ux boxea
fur'j.m.btint byuiHil prepnidiin receipt of price.
W t f.I'AIC.WTKE NIX. UOXt.H
Tu euro any cns. With earh onler received by at
for mix boxen, (ircouipaiiied witli i'.U), we will
.end the purchaser our written miai-antee to to
fund tho money if the trratmnut does uoteBeut
a euro. Gimruutooa iaaned only by
iiAimv w. sciitjii.
Dmuijlet. O.ir. Commercial ave. Win t.. Cairo.
617 St. Charlos Stroet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular ( i rn.l uai of two medical
Cnllei;i., lia.4 Ihk ii bi.icer elmaaed In the tieat
iiieut of ( hrouic. Nervoua, Um anil
iloo.l DlsiMnes than any other ph vsielan in
yu I. on I-,, ai clly pn'is hk.w and all old real
rtciita know, ("onitillallnn t ottlce or kr mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
cost noihiiiif. When ItUliicnnveiileiittovlsIt
Ihe city .or treatment, medicine can tK-aenl
hy in.il I or expr evervwhere. Curable casea
uui.riuiteiMl: where duiilit exHts U i Iriiiiklf
staled. Call or VViIte.
Nervoua Prostration, Dobilitjr, Mental and
Physical Wealtnesa, Mercurial and other
affectionsjif Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sorei and Ulcers, Impediment to
Marriage, Rheumatifm, Piles. Special
attention to cwa from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receire special attention.
Diaoasoi arising from Imprudences, Eieessei
Indulgence or Exposurca.
It In elf-e l lent that a ihysfcl:m paying
particular altenllnii to acla-i.iifcai.es attaint
itrent skill, and .liyiclani tu rcirnlar practice
all over the coiintrv knowing this. fre.iteiitly
rei'ouiiuend caM'sto 'the oldest cilice in America,
'wher every known appliance Is resorted to.
and tho provl (rootl reiiipilieai of ali
niies nud E'niuiirl.'H are usr.l. A whole house la
used lornlllce puriK.es, and all are treated with
aklll In a rcpertiul manner: anil, knowing
what In do. un evperl ineiiis are made. Ilnac
count oi Ihe ureal miuilier applying, the
charges are kept low. oflen lower loan la
demanded hy ollieri II you secure the akl1!
nnd k'et n i i and perfect lite cure, that la
the important' matter, I'aiuphlet, 3 pages,
aeut to any uldreia lice.
Kli-mint cluth and gilt bliidlng. Sealed for SO
cents n .o-.iage or currency, liver 11 ft y won
.'.i ii'iil pen pictures, true to lllje , article" on the
fnlliiH'liiB' suli)eets, Whomav marry, who not:
ll v r I'l-iipcr aj.-e In mai n . ' Who marry llrst.
wt h ii h .vol . dim n i Ii .v.., I . rhvsleal decay. Who
"lioiilil uiacy. Una lil'i and bapplnes. may Ihi
increased. Thosn married or coiitniil.itllit
I'lnrrvlng houhl reml Ii, i t ought to he read
ny all adult p. oiii, then kept under Im k and
hey, l'ii.iil.ir eilltiun. same above, but pa(ier
rover and i piigf. to centa by mail, lu uinucjr
Neuvoisono, (now N'crve-I.ifo, Strength and
Vltrun Is n iiiisillvc rcMtnrallvp for Hip Lo.a of
Mar ty Viiror In Young, Middle-Aged and
Old Men, im iiiuller frmii whnt caiiM. Iu Ner
voua Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Spininal "Weakness, una kindred iillineiils,
llijs 1st nd aid Remedy la a certain cnre.and
to all audi Millen-M, v luisenii a atutement of
their truiibltiH, a ipiantttv anfllcleut to prot j IU
vlrtuo III be sent Free of Cost. Address,
. JEyJl9ZONE MEDICAL CO.
P. O. Bo2404. It. Louis, MO.
Sl'MMKK LAW LEf Tl'HKH In lie weekliV be-
gin lath duly, lwct, and end liilh hepteml er. Have
jirovcd of nlgnal line, at, to atnd lit. whode.lKO
In pursue Hi. Ir s nd!ci at I hie or other Law !Chool:
Vd.to l hose who propose to read privately; and Ud,
to practitioncra who have not hail the advantage ol
syHtuinatlc liiHiritctlou, Knr circular anp ytP. O.
t'lilvcrsitv of Va Ho John II. Minor. I'rof. Cora.
and Stat, Law.
sjiiol, ll fo i sweeping by. go
.1(1 land darebelore yeudie, .orrn.-
thing mighty aud aiiuiimu
leave behind tocoiiquertinie."
lulu wnek iu rourowD town.
Five Dollar onillt free. No
risk. HvTvthlitR new. Capllal not required. We",
will fitrnlah you everything. Many are making
tonune, Ladles make as much a men, aud boy
and ulrls tiuku great pay Header, If you want
business at which you can make great pay all the
time, write Tor particulars to 11 1ULL1T S CO,
JOHNSON'S ANOOYNI LINIMINTU1
! positively prerwt thla aarrlhl dlaaaaa, and win post
lively euro nine earn nut of too. lafornaaka taaa
will aav. many Hrva, arnt frail by stall. Uoii'l delay a,
awMaonl. Vnventlnntahi.rOuiai. I.a.JuiiMi
s'n t'., Fiwnn, ma, mwi) aanavKs
UT rsaawaar rvmmimm T T