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Cairo A Vlnernncs
Cairo, Arkansas A
a, w. mcKkaio, p. m.
IT. L0UI8.IK0N MOUNTAIN
Rnmi leare Cairo lUlly...... -2;0H p. m.
Kxpre arrive at CSalre lASty a. ,m.
A cconmio.Utlon arrive ilelly (except
Huudy)rv .......... ll:00a. m.
i fr.TIME r OARD
tUINOni' OINTXAL R. '.
Mall at-. .:i3..m.. l)tlly.
Ihmik i Silsp.m...... "
. 4:oon m...Kxorpt Hurntay.
.Uttna m... '
. :80p. ni... " ."
. tjsop. m... " "
MfcvH 4..C..iA...-w.-o, m ...Dally.
Kinre t . . maop. ra...Kxccpt Sunday.
Freight St. 8:4 a. m . Monday,
telghlati sals hi fp:w-.. -", Sunday.
Freight iru."iaiil)p. m .. u
MVU JOHKSOK, JUrrat.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
On and alter A tr. to, trains will run as fol
ows, Sunday excepted, trom the corner of
Second street and Commercial avenue, Cuiro,
" Uurphysboro.. ... .......
Arrive tiaat St. Lout -.....
OOtXO SOUTH .
Leave East St. Louis......... 81.10 A. SI,
Arrive Hurpiirsboro........ llil 1. M.
rveMurphysboro..... Vi-AS "
Vrrlve Cairo - 4:lw "
Connecting at St. Uuls wlUiall trains West
and North. I L. m0ThU , (nipt.
.1. A. WESTZ, General
CAIRO VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO. KVANSVIIJjK, INDIAN
VOUKTSXH XOTJKS SACK WAV,
AnTD ALT. SATUQET BUN 3.
Spaing fattgh Wittoal Chue !
iKoiaiiarous asp ohcwxati xju'iics-.
Leaves Cairo - 1:00 n. tu
Arrival at Cariul "
Arrive at Yinceanes ......ll.tt
VIA Sr. 'LOCH AND HOUIUJCASIIIU UAILHOAU.
Arrives at tvmnvllle............. ....... 4:18 p.m.
YIA IXDIAXAl-OUs AXD T1SCSXNES 1UILU0AD
Arrirea at Indianapolis- - 1:59 p. m.
VIA OHIO AJtD MlBtlSirnUAlLUOAD
Arrives t North Vtrnon.......
... 7 U5
Arrives at Cincinnati...
Arrlvlt at Louisville.....:...-
CAIKO XXl'RX! .
LeaTsa iDdiampotis b:30 a. in
Lmtssi Clncisiiuai .. :i
iMTeaXoulsrUIe 7:00 "
Amtusat Vlnoennes.... ...... t:M p.ni.
Ixares Vlncennes -.. "
leaves KransTille 11:40 a.m.
Arrivwi at Carml ... 4:4.1 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo... 9:30 "
Maklnfr elos connections to and from all
points East and Nortn, at IndianaiioUs and Cln
einnaU.and to and from asl olnU South and
West or Cairo by rail and rivr.
MOCXO CITY ACCOMMOOATIOM.
TkeMosadCity Accommodation runs Wed
newlay and Satorday.
Leave Cairo .....12:i5 and S:bo p in.
Lpvea liound Cstjr , l:15an5:.UIii. m.
Oen Ticket Xic't. Uenerulhup't
DFor information relative to rate and con
nections, apply to .1AME.D MALLOltr,
EvantvHIe, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
F&duc&h, Bhawneetcwn, Evans-
Tiue, Jjouiariue, ivinmnnaii
ana all way lAHdingg.
71m unri railed side-wbei-1 steamer
D. Q. Fosrutm .. Master.
Kd. 14. Tuomas...-.. .Clerk.
WllllvfKvaBsvllU for Cairo tvtryiiOXUAV
and'Ji(UKHlAY at 4 o'clock p. ru.
Iave Cairo every TUESDAY and yJtlDAY.at
The elecant side-wheel steamer
BIX Ilowsan ...Mr.et(T.
Waltku V. rasjcmoiOM .....Clcrk.
WUl Uave Kvanivlll tor Cairo every TCES
HAY and FUIDAY at 4 o'clock p. in.
WUUeav Cairo every WKU.NESDAYamlBAT
U&UAYatt o'clock p. m.
The elrsant f tdi-wheel (teamer
Jom Gor... - Master
Mat. Wiujams. ..........Clerk.
Lsavas EvanavlUe far Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and HATUUAUY at 6 n. m.
Leavs Cairo every TUUUHDAY and SUNDAY
4 p. SB.
Each boot make close connections at Cairo
With llm-class steamers far Ht. Louis, Mem-
fcse E.AC. U. it. for allpolnt North and East,
aadvlttitha LnDisvllle Mall Hteamrra fob all
plntonthe Upper Ohio, givInK through re
orfpts on trtl(bU and jwsseusni to all points
I . ror runner latormation apply to
BOL, SlLVElt, Vasscnger Agent
U J. lilUMMKU,
Susiasiindsstt and (iwiural FrsljcUt Aucat.
fo-a-W-ljr, Evaasville Inalans.
O CAtLAHAN ft HALL,
T Irt tsMsir &e Tumvi itovea
nw gfwag' v w.na.
A.M. 1 aTmTI
I laV t HMkoU Ontral 11 It ) 3:00 1
"I I. MTTfl C)JSkJEtJO
'JuriMiU arc bought by the ytirtl ami
wombytttcibbi:'; r no s 'r
The business that goca nltogctlicr on
Coniolatioii for old tnal(l3"MUfor-
tUMMBTCrC:OTT10Mllf?ly.,' -' J '
What does all liAncst crocer do with
his (roods ? IIo gives tliemkuw.ny i(a
-ly do honest ducks dtp
underwater? To llquldatu their little
When the man xald "look Into tny
heart" it Is supposed he had a wlmlv
paln In his stomach. (
An Irish doctor lately sctit tils Mil to
a lady m follows : "To curing your hus
band till ha died."
Why Is coal the most contradictory
article known to commerce? IJccause
when purcliasetl it cocs to the cellar..
What Is the dlllcrcncc between n
belle and a burglar? The belle carries
false locks, and the burglar false keys.
In the,SUtcot New Vork the aian
who tics his horse or team under a shade
tree, also tics him under a penalty ot
A Milwaukee editor has had returned
to him a book borrowed twenty-seven
years ngo, and begins to hare hopes of
Humanity after all. .
Considerate1 olher: "Vou should
cat Graham bread, my sou; It makes
bones." Udsp'onslvc youth ! "H'm, I'm'
'bout all bones now."
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholesale Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Houpt's Jewelry
BETWXXN COICKBBOIAI. AND
HATS, Iionncts, Flowers,!, Trices, ltlbboiis,
Silks, Velvets, Ties, Kuchlngs, CoreeU,
Kid Gloves, Hosiery, .Worsteds.
Also the "Udlcs Urcss ltefotm'
And nil the now ntvltsol triminlnir 811ka for
Fall and Winter.
Erlhcse goods will 1 sold at very low ng-
irca, tor liAsu uau Ann uinli, i-ii-wu
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Kanos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Or World wide Reputation.
AeknowIeljil by all Rood Musicians to be ttia
uest riano now maae.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we hare sold over 400 during
twelve years putt, becoming more and morp
popular every day.,.
SMITH'S AMEliTCAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very fluo Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as woll as vocul music.
ALL THE ABOVE AltK OFKKIIKI) ON
Kasy Monthly Payments, at low Hurcs
regardless ol List Prices.
In great variety. Including all tho now
and popular music of tho day.
Orders from the Country
' prouiptly tilled and scut
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
FRENCH HARPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
TXIN08 FOB VIOLIHS, O0ITABB, ETC,
0 the Jlest Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
SEVKvcrv dnscrintlnn nf Mimlcil Mr.
chandlsc fumUhed to order, promptly uud
j,ii.vD tuvYur man ever oucreu Dciorc.
OESCV AUSO OV
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
ot luese ueauiuui groupos,
All Soods WtmaUd m KsprMtnUd.
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
T?'il Uf JPfy fuw ,of .W0' Weakaeas.
-sv lst Manhood and all dUardtra brouatt
i , oi"' Ir UfLTON A cn
.-.,-ubw'it Linetnnau, o
TlsAMaat atemarknhle Rerne-sli'vrr
iAtlo tlmlu iic history oTtruo inedl-
spji nap nniwi npeareti which has
wet Sjrlth ,'lreHltsfc.approyal. niiil snrcess
thatiBensoli's" Catiiliib Piaster. Why
they tire preferred to all other porous
plasters, is owiugao their lmprovHl coin
poMllnn; thcynct Instantaneously cure
sHedlly and ctlectuitlly.
1'hyslelaus and the general public who
acknowledge tlie grent henellts derlvetl
trom the imt of the ordinary porous plas
ter, however, maintain 'that their action
Is not suScleutly prompt, requiring time,
palletke and continuous wear to cilect a
curs). 5Uiison'i iCupcino Piaster ovcr
eonscs tlik dlllkuky by occenipHsliliilii
a lew hours, that which It takes any
other Plaster as many days.
Although h recent discovery Cnpclnc
has betli thoroughly tested by physicians,
and lit each instance has been pronounced
the inoU remarkable, sale, certain and
tlioroUL'lily ellleaclous remedy ever dis
covered. . k , b
Incorporatlnir Capcine In an improved
Porous Piaster has been accomplished
after repeated solicitations from the med
ical fraternity and Is now prescribed by
Hum with unprecedented success; cs
iwelaliy in Hheumatism, Pleurisy, stub
born Colds, Kidney Complaints, and all
dUeases for which a Porous Plaster has
Its marvelous Inlluenco over the circu
lation, and general cilect on the system
Is almost Incredible ; from the moment
of Its application to the affected part, it
operate Willi astonishing yljror brings
relief nud cures mora effectually; than any
known Plaster, I.lnlmeut or Compound.
It Is u genuine pharmaceutical prepara
tion of the highest order of merit ; lu in
gredients are entirely vegetable nud free
from Mineral or .Metal Poisons. One
trial will convince tho most skeptical of
its superiority over ' the ordinary Porous
Plasters. H hen you tlcMrc prompt and
immediate rcllel, ask your druggist for
Ilcuson's Cupclno Plaster. Price, 2.
cents. SiiAiuntv & Johnson.
D3r,K.ncf..iY Bitos., Agents, (Talro.
City National Bank
W. 1. ir.VLLIDAV, President.
IIKN'KY I.. HAIJJDAY, Vice I'rest.
A. U. SAFFOKIt, Cashier.
WAliTKU IlYSLOl', Ass'j Caviller.
?. ?IA.iT TAVLOH, H. II. (iLUNLNOIIAJI,
II l. 1ULLIDAY, W. 1'. llALUDAr,
u. u. iLLiAMsoit, nrinu( JllltU,
A, 11. SAlfOIUI
Exchange, Coin and United StateB
jtonas jMugnt and sold.
Ki'OSlTS iDcclvel and a general banking
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
S. S TAYLOK, Vicel'resirtent.
W. HYSLOl', Sec'vandTrwisurer.
P. M. TlAitff.iv r'...a
F. M. HrocKixiiTit, Paul Scneu. '
U. U. UUMNIKQIIAH. II. I., JlALLIbAY,
J. u. rniLLirs,
rSTi.KKoTnidd ondcM3slt at the rate of six
percent, per annum, March Island Seiitcm
ber lit. inu-rust not wlttidruwn is added Inline-
fl v lit Hi. .tvl.tAl...! e iw. .i t. . .. .
Klvinic them coiBiiouud intorcst,
Married Women and Children may
else oan draw it.
.-Rnf".'' uslncssday fromUu.ro. to 3 ii.tn.
from mm3, '7l'n'a, ror saving dejoslU only
!rl.,,rc,sllfn'- Wells, Cushler.
iiwira i. . ncrui, AtBi. casn'r.
MM WJH Ml,
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
I.' 9alro- ,Vm- K'K,,i f-'lro.
1. Nitr, Cairo. Wm. Wolie, Cairo.
A, busanka, Cairo. .I..llllllneloy,St.Louls.
K, Buder, lro. II. Wtlls, Cairo.
i . ii. UMnkman.st. Jiul.
A Qenerisl Rnuklnif Hitalnesa none.
CJ-Kxchanue sold and bought. Interest paid
In the HnvltllTM MprmH munt I',it1..flnuu
and all business promptly attended to.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE..
THE BUT and CSKaFJUT WJQOlf XAK
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thtrth-Fourth Strost
Dealer m Fresh Meats
4twa WsvahlnsrtoB and Coratusrclal
Avseum, adiaiatac :
RHES liT-' "1 bo" "' rrk. Mu ton
Vesvl, Lsunb, Kuusage, Ac., and la pre
pared u ttnt tkalllcs ut an awntaCte numiter
Tho Trustocs of tho Cairo City
Froporty desire tu call public attention
to the merits of tltelr property, compris
ing a considerable portion of tho City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, in the State
of Illinois, mid land Immediately adja
This city, ns Is well known, is situated at
tho euiiflticnco ortlio Olilo and Mlsplsslppt
rivers, at the head ot uninlerupted imvl,'n
tlnuouthe Mlilsilpl, hclu below ob
structions by Ice In the winter uud low
water In summer, and tt.us ha a clear and
open river coiiitnutilcatiGn at all times over
tho MIsslMinil and its tributaries, with all
the country south, to tho Oulf ot Mexico
and the Atlantic lecan. Cairo has also the
satno elinractor of I'liininmiieatlon with all
tho country north over the streams llowltiK
by It, wlitm tlinn' Ktroatns are hot ioiiavi
gallic l)V teason ol Ice or low wator.
llctore the era of Railroads. Cnlro had a
commanding position as a centre of com
merce nnu navigation, 'i ni miiiortanco oi
position hlic still li(i(.s(;tii. btltlwifhow the
additional advantage of being n great rail
road centre, a number ot the most import
ant railroads in the Valley ol tliu 31isslH-ippl
converging to uuii nawng tneir termini
there. Among these, couiIiik from the north
are tho great Illinois Central ltailrosd,
which traverses the entire Mate of III mils
lrom;its extreme northern nnd norlli-CHtorn
to u i-otuiicrn limns, anu ny ltscounections
extends Into all the (treat nortlivntem
grain producing Htatcs ; the Cairo nml Vlu-
eenncs, evictuung rrom cairo to uic city ot
Vlncouncs. In the Statoof Indians, where
Hi connections afford direct railroad uom
munlcatious with all Kattcrn cities : nud
the Cairo V St. Louis Itallroad, ultordlng a
direct railroad comtnuulsutlou with tho
City ot tit. Louis and all the railroads cen
tering there. Tbn roads coming Ironi ilia
South are the New Orleans, Jackson and
Croat Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Itallroads, which give direct railroad com
munication with the cities ol Mobile and
New Orleans, nnd other Southern Atlantic
sea ports, and by connecting roads uilh all
tho country south of Cairo ; and coming
trom the southwest Utho Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas Kallroad, which f.flord -lmllar
communication with Southern Miouri.
Arkansas and Texas, and (ho principal cit
ies oi iuo.se states, this last-nameu roau
will give, al'o. direct cuuncclion with the
Texas and l'acltlc Koadwhcu it Is com lu
ted, thus giving direct communication wl'h
tho principal uort4 ol the l'aclllc Uccau
These railroads, terminating at Cnlro, arc
now an compietcu and in Hiccessiui opera
tion, those lu Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ol each ol the rivers, Ohio and
M!UMppt, and terminating al their comm
ence, thus cnclrclln:: the city. The Uollv
Spring., Hrownsvlllc and Ohio Kivrr (tail
road, and the Cairo and Tenncisco ltivcr
ltailrosd, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are in course of construction and will
soon be completed, and other railroads both
in Illinois and in States south of the Ohio
river, which will also tcrmlnato at Cairo,
are projocted, ami arrangements made to
build them. The construction of these
will greatly increase the rillroad communi
cations of Cairo.
Its central location in the grca. Valley of
the Mississippi, and the great wealth of river
and railroad communication, gives to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as a commercial
point, as it affords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the grain producing districts ot
the North and West, siul similar access to all
the agricultural produce consumers of the
South, tuna presenting the best location lu
tho West lor an Interchange nf tho respect
ive northern and soulhoru commodities nnd
As a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo is not less Important. Tho crude
materials nf every dexcrintlon. which i nn.
stltute tho elemcuts of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, iron ore, coal,
of superior quality, and timber of every
character, more than others, being easily
and cheaply accessible, and the rich agri
cultural region of tho immediate neighbor
hood, as well as the more remoto districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
furnish supplicsoi thei.ecusariesuf life in
such abuudauce as to render living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured arti
cles are produced, tho facilities for cheap
distribution by river and rail arc not
Cairo has a moral. Intelligent, liberal ami
enterprising population of about 12,000 has
a superior system of publle schools, which,
wau oiiiurs commoted ny pnvaio enter
prise, afford unsurpshscd educational ad
vantagesIs pDssessed of well-cstablishod
churches of nearly every denomination
has publm and privato buildings of a supo
rlor character lias a climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthful Influences cannot bo
surpassed ha a wnll-rcirulatcd and ef
ficient municipal organization, its streets
lighted with gas, and othor metropolitan ad
vantages, which mako it highly desirable
and in reality not to bo excelled as a placo
oi permanent residence
Lots nnd land In Cairo aro now offered at
very low prices, affording favorable oppor
tunities to purchase,' and tho owners pro
sent tho location to tho publle as offering
unrivaled advantages lor tho successful cs
tabllslmieut of comroer4l-or manufactur
ing enterprises, andiho best localltyin tho
country tor projltiblo Investment of capital.
, 8. st a ats taylok,
y Trustees, cte,
Cairo. III., May 1st, 1874,
taellBea of every d
DOMESTIC PAPKIt FASHIONS.
Tb nest Patterns made. Send Sets, for Catalog u
AfMfMi BOVKTIO IIW2K0 IUOIHe 00.
Aosms Wistsd. -C NKW YOBK.
8S n ilsiy at home.
slid terms fivu,
Agents waiiled Oiitrlt
IIIUK A CO., Augusta,
Sb.ua Drue Poisons.
Medicine Roiidored TJaoleaa I
Volta's Electro Belts and Bands
are Indorsed by llic most eminent physicians in
t be world lur the cure ir rheumatism, neuralKla.
liver complaint, dysiisia, kidney disease
aches, pains, nvrviius dlsoidors. tits, fenial
eotuplalnfs, tiemms and ueiienil debility, and
other (hmnledlsenst or flic cli-sl, head, liver,
stnnucli, kidneys uud blood. Hook with mil
A V MU n.ssM..lA a s ..1
, Bvsaiiiiir4 sj miUB RUM
ft'lllfalij Miri'tiftf In ll.. t. iiit.,
Costs nothing to try l. Particulars
. U. VICKKItY A CO.,
S5 tO ffiSO-L'? rilny nt ,Mln- Samples worth
iTi . i i rrte i"lu',on Comiiauy.
rortland, .Maine. ' "
(t 0 rt 11 "ll"dh to enerirctlc men and wo
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nnd sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild as to lie sale and beneficial to
children, nnd yet so searching as to
effectually puro out tins jrrnnt corrup
tions of tho blood, such us the scrof
ulous nnd syphilitic contmninatioa.
Impurities or diseases that h.nvu lurked
in the system for jears soon yield to
this tKiwcrfui' antidote, and disappear.
Hence its wonderful cures, many of
which art publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all scrofulous disease, Ultssjtrt,
Eruptions, mid eruptive disorders of
the skin, Tumors, UlotcheAfBolIa,
Pimnlc, Pustule, Sores, St.
Anthony'H Fire, Itofto or Ery
sipelas. Tetter, Halt Rltin,
Scald IIoiul, RlBffwoira, aad In
ternal V Iccmtlong of the tJ tenia,
Htoninch, arid Liver. It alto cures
other complaints, to which it would not
cccm especially adapted, such as Dron
sy. Dyspepsia, Fits, KeurnlRlii,
Iloart Disease, Female Wenk
twnH, Debility, nnd LcttrorrhtBR,
when they nre manifestations of the
It is nn excellent rcctorcr of health
nml strength in the Spring. Jly renew.
Ilia the apposite, and vigor of the diges
tie oruans, it dissipates the ileirc.'ion
nnd li'tless lanniior of tlie rcan.
Ivvcn whero )ni ilioriler npiwarr. cojik'
Tcel better, nml liui longer, torclennrimr
the Iiloiid. Tliu fyteni moves on ".villi
rei.'ttvd vigor and' n new lease of life.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Matt..
I'rncllfiil nml Annlytleal ChrmUtt.
-".. ..r nt, tif UiitsTS v NVinirRM.
H air Vigor
For re3torin? to dray ITalr its
natural Vilnlity und Color.
which is at
and tH'ei tiial
iii'r; the hair.
It sowi vc-
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Vr -- tu its tn i'iiiitl
color, irili the j'o,. 'tin! ',7(iva of
tntiti. Thin hair i flii.-Ki m il, fall
ini hair clieeKeil, uml h,tlilue.-s often,
tiiotlgh no! iiluuyy, cnivil hy it-ti-'C.
XiitliillK can ii'Rtore tho hair
wlu ie the follicle, are ilotriiyed, nr
the hIuiiiIh atrophieil and decayed;
hut such as remain can he saved by
this application, ami tiiuttlutol into
activity, -o that a now growtli of
hair m jiroiluccil. Instead of fouling
tho hair with n pasty .sediment, it
will keep it clean ami vigorous. Its
occasional itso will present tho hair
from turning gray or falling off,
nml consequently prevent bulilne...
Tho restoration of vitality it gives
to the .scalp arrests uud prevents
the formation of dandruff, which is
often o uncleanly uml offensive.
Frco from tlio.o deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous, anil injurious to the
liair, tlm Vigor can only benefit, hut
not harm it. If wanted merely for
a HAIR DRESSING, nothing tlso
( an be found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
soil whito cambric, and yet lasts
long on tho hair, giving it a rich,
glo-isy lustre, nnd a grateful perfume,
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ST. JOSltni MKDICAL INSTITUTE
10-ls-dly St. Joseph. Mo.
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Kwtuoty aad Soullmsttm Missouri.
KT Saul by mall, on rsetipt of prlot. ,
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TIIK only place where a sura cure ean V ra
iled upon. Little Isranulrtd In the way 'of
adiertistnf , a lb rniutation of the limitation
is well known tliroacbout Use West. Call and
be convinced that this It the largest aad most
complatc institution of the kind in America, for
the successful treatment of all Chronic ttuual,
I'rlrat and Venereal Diseases of both sexea.surh
as Mypbllls, Gonorrhoea, lilart. Stricture, Knp
ture, VaricoM Veins, UrchiUs, Dubo, Ac. All
Urinary and syphilitic ornercurial affections of
the throat, skin or bone are treated with un
paralleled success. ionorrlira'cured In from
three to Ave days. Hvplillis cured In from Are
to ten days. Over 17,570 cases cure,), .Seminal
Weakness, Hperniatorrhtru, Msht Jesses, frx
ual lability and luipoteney, lxs of Sexual
I'ower, as the result of sclf-abuso in youth, sex
ual excesses in maturer yean, awl all Impedi
menta to marrlsKv, permanently cured without
meTcurr or any other' mineral poison. Patients
at a distance treated by letter. Medicines tent
every where. Vomit: men who hare become the
vlcUinea of solitary rice that dreadful and de
struetfv hsblt which annually sweeps to an un
tunalr frave thousand of youor men or III
most exallwl talent and brilliant Intellect, who
might otherwise hare rnbjanced listen lug Senates
with the thunder of eloquence, or waked to
testacy the living lyre may caU with full confi
dence . What a pity that a young man , the hot
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lie snatched tirom all prospects aud enjoy-,
menta of life by the conaenuencet of deviating
from the path of nature and Indulging in a cer
tain secret habit. Such persons must, before
eontasnplatinir marriage, reflect that a sound
mind and body are tha most ntetaierr requisite
to promote connubial happiness, ludeed wiUiout
the the Journey through III becomes a weary,
pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darken to ike
view, the mind becomes shallowed with despair
and fUled with melaDcbollyrefleetioas that the
happiness of aaothtr Is blighted with our own.
To all erring young men we would say, do sot
keep this secrcet to yourself and your Clod antll
It has sapped the vitals and left yon a wreck of
humanity, a curse to yourself and a burden to
society. If yon are entangled In' the snare of
telajbollutlon, or any private disease, flea from
It flstruetlon, and apply at St, Joseph Medical
Institute lor treatment, and become on re more a
rf-Cures guaranteed or money refunded.
3-A 11 female dlateultle and ImpedlraeaU to
Marriage treated with safety aad success ,
CfA great medical book and secrets for ladles
aiidrenu. Sent free for'two stamp.
Address St. Joseph Medical Insulate, Francis
Street, between Second and Third, St. Joseph,
PMMslsstsT sit Ifl'MMsWsl
Will most positively cure any eaae of rheuma
tism or rbeuroatio gout, no matter how long
(Undlng, mi the face of the earth. I elng un In
ward application It doe the work quickly. Ihor
oughV and permanently, leaving the system,
suing end healthy 10 ,an pmm nenf
person In Washington City, and yon will learn
thit the ubove statement fa ti lie In every, psrtlo-
"'" CONDENSED CKRTIHCATES.
Washington, P. C. December J. 1871.
Messrs Ktlphenstine A Ucntlry I
Genta: f very chccrflilly state tliatl used Du
rang's llheunuitle Itcmedy with decided beneat,
A. II, KTEi'llKNS,
Member of Congress of (is.
, Washington. D. C, April 23, lifll
Messrs llelphensflne A Jicntley I
(lent : For the iiast seven years my wire ha
been a grtutsiiffcr from rheumatism, her doctors
falling to give her relief, she used three bottle
Ditning'a Ithenmatio Itemedy, and a permanent
curt was the re.ut. WM. 11. CROOK, .
1 'Executive Clerk to President Grunt. ' '
Washington, D. C, March 8, 17S.
In the space of twelve hours my rheumatism
was gone, bav lag taken three dose of Duraag'a
Kbeumatio Itemedy. My wrother. J. B. Cwrla,'
of Bedferd, 1'.., WMenrNjg.slaar
Member of Congress of rai
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dollars. Ask your druggist for Dujang'sHheu-
nwUo MBW.' ' a
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