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CjURO FOETOFFICK.
Orriot Hours Ktu.n 7.-U0 n.m. to 0:IU)
tun.: Sunday from 7 toll n.m. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to r.:00 p.m.
ClOM
ArriWk
) P.M.
A.M. I I'.M
Illinois Ootnd K It
lMtr.
Mi. Ontnt II K
- nMX
Uftlro A Vlnccnnn
It It-Daily.
Cairo, Arkansas A
Trxu 11 K Dally,
ubli liver Houi
Illy etc' t Monday
Mill, ltlver Konle
Up, Sun. Til. Krl.
DuWu.Tu Tim, Sit.
2:1
C.(V)
:00.
1 litl llouto
V rlilay A Saturday
0.00
(1. W McKlo, 1'. M.
KAILHOADN.
OTiLOlTlSJRoirMO
SOUTHERN R. R.
. CARD.
v,.rcss leaves Cairo .tally 2;(" l. i.
Kxprvss arriw-s at Cairo dully IM"n til.
Accommodation leaves (.alroit:illy....2:i0a. m.
Accommodation arrlv ca ilally (except
Sunday) . ........ -..liana III.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TIUtKS LKAVK (JAIl'.O
Mall at.... 12:15 s. m - D.illy.
KxtirtM at S.oii i. mi "
Freight at 4:00 a. in...Kcrit Su.nd.vy.
Frlglit at 4:Jii m... "
ARIUVB AT CAinO
Hall at -';. m - Dally.
Kxurrts at 2:;wp, ru...l.xet Sunday
rrelstht at .. s" ! ni... " Sunday.
Freight a'-. 101 m... . " Sunday.
JAMBS JOHNSON, Atrent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
tub
SHORTEST, SHORT LINE
IT. LOUIS!
at
We Have Come to Stay!
TUB trains of till romimnv connect nt St.
Lonls and KsMM, I.oiin, wllh till uthir
lines totlieSorlli, I'.i-iiit iwtil Wi-M.
TIMi: SCHKDlM.i; I
Lei vt-Culm -
Arrlu-atM.Ijotiis
.10:15 n. III.
... fi..Vl.lll.
Leave East SU Louis H n in.
Arrive at Cairo I.".'') l.m.
J. L. HISCKt.KY, limeral 8tierliiteiident.
J. A. WENTZ, Ucncral l'assenk'cr AKctit.
JOHN HHilil I I'. Ay nl
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO. EVAHSVIIiL'i2,INDIAK
AFOLIS. CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS CAQII WAY,
AND ALL DAYLIGHT RUNS.
lumi Through Without C.ug.f
IKDIANAI'OLII AMI CINCINNATI EXI'llr.ss
Learn Calm Iil3 n. in
Arrives s l.'arinl :w "
Arrives at Vlnccnue "
VIA ST. LOU AMI bOtTIIKAIrKllH IIAILIIOAtl.
Arrive! nt Kvausvlllc .. i:lS p ut.
VIA INDtANACOLl-i AND VINCKNNM IIAIMIOA1I.
Arrives at ladlan:iiolW 4 i p in.
VIA OHIO AND M!l--illTI IIAILItOAH.
Arrlv at North Vernon- .1:1.1 ii.iu.
Arrive) at Cincinnati :( "
Arrlvlsat Louisville - 1:', "
CA1IIO KJU'llltsS
Leaves Indianapolis H ::wi u.m
Leave Cincinnati t ;:v "
Leaves Louliville :0 "
Arrived ut Vlnocnues - -.':i p. in.
Leaves Vlncennes Ui'.'ti "
Leaves Kvaiisvlllc 11:U a.m.
Arrives at Carrol- 5:iw p. m.
Arrives nt Cairo - '.i:-U "
Maktnff r.losu connections In mill from all
nolnta Kast ami North, at lndlaliaioU till' 1 C'ln-
ainnatl, anil to and from nil kiIhU .South ami
vvesi or iatro uy mil ami rncr,
MOL'MD CITT At'COMMOHATION.
The Mound City Accouuuoibitlou runs Wed
neaday and Sattirlny.
1eavc Cairo ..Mi'li nud A:IKI p. in,
Leaves Mound Citv 1 !l5and A::m p. in.
fiTB. GOODRICH, H. L. MORRILL,
lien' Ticket .ir't Uencrul .suii't
Kflor information reluthc to niti ami din
nectlans, apply to .1A31KS ltlG(i,
rirlet Airrnt
tj:am iiuatn.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
IOK"
Padueah, Bbawnootown, Evans
Villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landingn.
The unrivalled aidc-whctl stcaimr
IDLEWILD,
I). O. owlkh Matter.
Eli. It. 'liioiA- ...Clcik.
Will leaveKvaosvllle tar Cairocvery MONDAY
and THURSDAY at 4 o'clock p. in.
Ltevei Cairo enry TUESDAY and r'lllDAY.al
6 o'clock v.jm
The tH'iaul tl'le-Mlml ttcumr
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Iltx Howard ..Mjt. r.
WALTKII II. 1'KNNINI1TUN... ( lirk.
Will leave Evansi Hie fur Cairo el fry 'JL'Ki.
DAY and I'ltlDA Y at 4 o'Wock . in.
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY iwdfiAT'
UHDAY atG o'clock l. Ill,
Theclt'Kaiit eidcwhctl alcaniu
FAT. CLEBURNE,
JtHiKlorr Mwlir
Mat. Williami Clerk.
SVi KnIH' for Cairo eury WliDNEs.
DAY andhAlUH.VDYHlSp. Ill
Leaves Ulivoery IHUUsDAYaud SUNDAY
at o p. ni
fffit .V0",1 '"V 'low connections ut liilro
2Sf? flrft?I",il",'ir. f.ir St. 1-ottK Mem
phUand New Orlewis. aud at Evansville with
i "-t11..! Ji!,U,l.lnt Nt.rth and East,
' . ." ', iik iiirnii(!ii n
l uul.i.Mieru. all points
ariuuury
7 ,r . ..-...
iFoi'urtlitr liifunnatiou apply to
bOE. hIEVEIt, I'uaMni'r Airrui
llAl.l.iiiA V mill. " n '
J. M. I'lllJ.i.tl'h, J Aunts.
w. vi .i . itii.uiir.u,
oapennienuwii auauvuiTui r relxhl Afci nt,
itSiiiiRi'ir' in i "'"'""'""
PIIYNICIAM.
-yyTXLTAM R. SMITH, M. D,
RM1DKNCE: No. 21 TUlitim ulicct, U
twtsa Waablnxton arcnue and Walnut Unit.
OFFICE: North tide of Eighth Hint be.
tTMO CorajuerclaJ and Washington avenue.
q .w. smnmro, u. . j
BUZOKNCX: Corner Ninth and Walnu ,
OFFICE: Cpir Sixth street and Ohio Uxt.
OTFIGK Tl6uR8; Froma.tii. l-in, , nnJ
ml 0 8 p.m.
3:00
2:00
6:00
1:00
10:00
10:JO
10:00
10:08
:00
I i
mu iulUiin.1
this impiir is ox m.i: WITH
JUL
'lirrr Ailt rtlslui; Cuntructs can 1iiinnil.
A SPECIALTY.
Till- llfl.l.KTIS plllllltm
C!iar-JgJSl,,ta),lflMu.,t innl.es II
wL&J2Li 'iTi"'y r in" ''"
mar-BjraM Uivt, Ia Ui y HrkIs,
Stntriuciitii, mils, l'.tf . I-oU at tlu-w prices i
Small Mru hill lie.nU, per 1 i "
Miillilin sli Mil liid, n-r thousand 3 "'
All on fourteen pound pnjier, I'mlUle lullU,
rjteil to cents per pound liljilier Hum paper
tueil by liny other oiUn niled to onlirat the
lnlll i-4Hinlly for till- olllre.
SUitciiicnta, Cnrtj!e, per I"! l
Utter lle.vl, Oirlysle, p.r Hl 4 t
Note lleiuK Cail)'te, per I mm 3Jjo
VlsltltiRc.mil inrpacknsr "':
lluslncs carils, No, 1 .1-ply llil'tol boaul,
a-rUMO (" l"
lltnlnef ends, No I Mnnk. per P"' 3 tw
iiurtel-sliiet, li.iir-i-lieil, lull-Kheet niidlhiee.
shift ioters, und rolonnl work liclow t Lotus
' l'-aniplilit, Book Wot k mil Price Lists made
a utieriitltv.
BOBBINS'
m BAZAB
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Roputation.
Acknowledged liynll Rood Musicians to he the
IkvI Piano now m.ule.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo hiivo iiolJ over -100 iliirini;
twelve years ptiit, bccomltij; more ami more
popular every day,
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid touo. I'ower anil Durnliility.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Inetnnncnt, adapted to Instru
mental as wiill as vocal music.
A l.r. Till? AlinVM AMI? flKTt?!!!!!! IlV
X Kay Monthly raynicnli, at low tlmircs
resaruioss oi ijini rnces.
SHEET MUSIC
In great variety. InclitilitiK all the new
und popular nuiMc ul the day.
Orders troin tho Country
promptly filled and sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEOIVS, CLARJiVIiTS
FLUTES, no
PJCOLOS
TAMBORIKES
FRKNCII JIAIM'ri, KTC, KTU.
Baud Instrumonts of all Kinds
Kurr.lsbed to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC'
Ot thu Hot futility.
Classical Studios and Exorcises
Of all trades for 1'lano or oleo.
BJKvcry iicktriptlon o( Mttrlual iler
cliandlse funilnhcd to order, prnuiplly ami
nt prices lower than ever oiTcred hcl'orc.
(iENUY AIJJO Of
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Ulii-drated Catalogue and l'rlie
l,ltt of tlie.-c lie.iutll'til troupes.
AllOoodi Warranted as Represented'
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo. Illinois.
I'AIM'AXII 41 U.S.
B. F. PARKER,
Dialirsln
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, tic cdchratcil illiiiulnutlnfr
AB1UOHA OIL.
Bi'OMis' Jaulldlut;,
Ojrner Eleventh Street and Waahlnif
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
3" . O. XIuolH,
I'ropriilnr,
WINDKU AND ULANK HOOK
manufacturer,
Bulletin Bulldlnit. r.nr ...,.u .
und Waaliinirton AvenUB. 1
Onix-o, Iliiuoiti
3-''ounly and llallrond U'otk a Khiu1V r
w r m
I'oroiiH I'luslerM
'I'liitly yi-nr- nn tin1 linblicr I'oioai
I'i.tfti'iB fiipi;M'il( il till other ilati'i,
mill to a ili'Kici', linliiii'lili null nlln r c
In Hit! i cnii'illf. ,sinri Ihcn It. Iiu I u-l, I
Its iroiiilui'Hir. until iiri'iitly, when I he
old rubber coiiipniniil Iiipi Iihmi ie:illy
Itiipnnnl lit lli'ii-oii's C'lpcliiu I'oioih
ri:iter. In vtirlom tvnvs.
Klr.-t, lly .o liealln' tin; rubber that
It contain' more elci'irleily limn I'oriu
crly. Xecontl, lly Hie ntltllllon of citpcliie, n
powerful .'tiinlilaiit. which enipe. the
jibiMer to nut liniHeillalel anil really
fucrcaM its ellle.iey ami iiciiilnes?!,
iiinkln It the hei reiiiedy Known lor
eoliN, ili(jllnl:itllil. I,iiuiue4 of tho bach
ami iuilele,, Kidney eotnplailit, etc.
The manuracttiiers :iie pleaded to bear
that there 1 a lami'da-" ot'eoM.seieiilloiM
ilni'lfti. who, bavlnir become con
vinced oi mi! rca( uieilt of l!eiion
C'niicliii! Plaster, tinheltntltiL'lv reconi-
iileml it to the public. Of .ncb are C.
Dreber. N'nwaik. . .1.: riiMilei
Altbatn nml M. .M. Cool,-. IliooK.
lyn, N. Y. ; .SoiHiner, l.bnN .V
Co.. Julncy, III".; Kobert l'oweis
lilclunoiitl, Va.: II. . I. llarte. New Oi
lcan". I.a., (liilltcK iv llerry, Tcrre Haute
1ml,, who say "ihc ie.ull lium the
.alu ol llcnonV 1 apclno l'laIer. Iteie
('l'etre llatile) ha" convinced us that It
I" far Mipcrlor to otilhiary Toioiti ria
ter," tun! Y. 'V. Wi-ber, Spihii-lleld,
Ma.., who say.", "(Iujvmm'Iii toeoii'lllntc
an advcill-bi!,' tuedluni of thpinehc
when bitioibiciil. .Send mc lour ro
bnnicdiatcly."
The Hiaiiuraetuicr' aNo teret to learn
that tlru.'KNts, In .otui) lilaiices, ttcllnjf
I'roni pecuniary motives, a though the
retail price ot llcnonM Capclne. U the
BninoiH onllnary Porous Pinter, the
coil to thein l.s ..oiuuvh.it higher, bae
ucil their Influence lo per.naile ctt'to
nier.swbo aK Cor I!ciioii'.s Capcitio lo
subilltitc some other article lor them,
lie Miru you yet llcn-oii'.s Capclne
ami no oilier article I'or them. Ho .sure
yon act llciiion'.s Capclne and no oilier.
Price. -Vi cciil..
.Seabury .t .loliii-uu. PharniaceHtlcal
Chcini-ti'. X. V. 'I'd bo obtained, i'or
t wcntv-llvc cent, ol' Itatelay llros., Cairo,
llllnok L'-l!MmiKvw.(.'l)
Cross and sickly children ,
l.eiiiid,.hnililiviinilflri.iij,' l,j is-uiiLiiIiii; Hieir
KtonmelHiiiii'. Imiu.N ulUi t'llnii i l inine
illectlM-lhaii r.i-li.r i ill :uid 1-. ple.mint to
tuke us h.uiey I'm Wind ( nlle, ,rilr stoinarli,
WoiiimiiiiiI Ci.sllenes Uiiivls withlni; Inex
Isteliceeipul to l.a.toll.1.
Why will you suffer ., Uli(1.
in.itljiii, similin, Mlir.lo lnt,SnilHiuf, ltuin,
scalds or Wenk ll.nl., nheu the ri jituur l.lnl
inent iiirorils eeitaln n II, r. .Many iilllcleri foolli
pain ton eei lain exlenl, hut Cenlaiir I.lnlineiit
eiiiiM. 'Hie White I.fnliiKiit U fur thu I111111.111
iJinlly, the Yi'llow l.luliiieiit Is I'or liores nud
milling. (l)-2-JI-l:itv.
THE IMHiY BULLETIN.
rjMli: IIUI.f.ETIN is puhllbhed every morning
(exaptMoti'l:iy) In tlio Ilulletln lliilldlnp, cor
ner WashuiKtou acnue and Twi Iftli sttift.
The IIcllktin is aerui! to city suWriKrs by
fjllhful carriers nt Twcnty-Kic Cents u Week,
pijuhlc wirkly. lly Mall, (In advance), $10 per
annum: six mouths, three luonths, VI; one
month, 1 23.
TIIK HrEEk'LV BULLETIN.
rubllshed every Thttrsiby rnoinlngat 1 15
w: annum, Invariably in udraiire. 1 he pontage
on the Weekly w ill be prepaid at thl. ofllce, so
that eub.crilM.rs will obUiln for a mb,crlptlon
r.ce of ! a year.
ADVERTISING RATES.
DAILY,
lluilness Cards, rnunum f.ir, W
One Kpiaie, one nsertloii , w
One sijuare, two Insertions 1 so
One Huure, cue witk w
One B'lUare, two weeks 3.00
One smtare, thu weeks,.. 4 mj
One upae, one iiiomii ij
One sipuie, one Insertion,..! ..i M
Emli sitbfivpiint Insertion m
ti'One Inch Is a square.
t3Tu ri KuUriuhertlsers we offer superior In.
duccments, both at to rule ot durum and mitti-
ner of dlsplayhn; their favors.
Ocmmunlcatlona upon aubJocU of (fun
eral luturest to tbo public aoliclted.
11"AI1 llUblni 6b Letters should be addressed to
I'Hlrii lliillelill 'iliimny,
CAIRO
ItiTjlNOIS.
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Proporty ilc.-lii: to all public attention
to the merits ot their property, coniptls-
Iiij; a con.-hlerable pnrlion of the Clly of
Cairo, in Alexander Couuiy, In Hie State
of Illinois, and lamb Immediately ndia-
cent tbcicto.
This citv. as Is well Known. In situated at
the coiiltuenei! of the Ohio und .MNi-l-'lppI
rivcrn, at thu head ol tuilntcruptcd nalna
tlotioiitho MIsN-lpl, UahtK below oh
striictlotiM by leu In the winter and low
water In summer, and ILUh hai a clear nml
open rher communication utul! tlinux over
mc .uisfiippi nun u iritiuiarieii, witti an
the country Mouth, to thu Uulf ol Mexico
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo hanaNo the
eatiic character ol couuuunlcatlon with nil
the country north over the stream iloulni;
by it, wiien nunc ureaim arc not iiiihim
gable by lea'Oli ol Ice or low water.
Uclorc the era of ltallro.nl Cairo had n
commanilinf; position as a centre of com
incrco and navigation. This lmpoitaiico ot
position the Hill pos'ctxcH, hut liatiov the
additional advantace ot being a great rail
road centre, a number ot the ino-t import
ant railroad? In tho Valley olthuMklippl
converging to nud hating their termini
there. Amomr thciic, coming from tho north
are the great Illinois Central Railroad,
which traverses the entire State of Illinois
fromjits extreme northern and iiortli-ciiKcru
to Its (southern llinltH, and by lNeoimectlnns
extends Into nil tho great northwettcru
grain producing State' ; the Cairo and Vln
celiacs, extending from Cairo lo the City ot
Vlnceiincs. In the Stato of Indiana, where
its connections utTord direct railroad com-
.....nlntl....u ..ll. nil r.i,fi.H, ..ii..u
IJ.UI..VrtUJlin ., lltttD , U1JI1
the Cairo & St. Louis Itallroad, ariordlng n
uircci rauroau cumuiuiiicatioii Willi mo
City 01 bt. Louia ami all tlio railroads cen
tering mere. 1 no loads coming irotn tho
South aro tho Now Orleans, Jackson nud
Great Northern and tbo Molillu and Ohio
HallroadB, which glvo direct railroad com
munication with tho cities ol Mobile and
New Orleans, and other .Southern Atlantic
sea ports, and by connoctiiig roads with all
the country south of Cairo; and coming
I rom the southwest I-tbo Cairo, Arkansas
and Texan Itallroad, which allords similar
communication with Southern .Missouri,
Arkansas and Texas, and the principal cit
ies of those States. This last-named road
will give, also, direct connection with the
Texas and Pacific lload when It Is comple
ted, thus giving direct communication with
tho principal ports ot tho Pacific Ocean
Theso railroads, terminating at Cairo, aro
now all completed und in succcsful opera
tion, those Id Illinois coming into thu city
on a hank ot each of tho rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and tcrminatini; ul their conflu
ence, thus encircling the city. Tho Holly
Springs, llrownsvlilc and Ohio ltlver Itall
road, and tho Cairo nml Tcnncssco ltlver
Itallroad, which will both tcrmlnato at
Cairo, nrc in course of construction and will
booh he completed, and other railroads both
In Illinois and in States Kouth of the Ohio
river, which will a'.io terminate at Cairo,
are projected, ami arrangements made to
build them. The construction of these
will greatly Increase the rillroadcommu.nl.
cations ot Cairo.
its central location In tho greet Valley of
tho Mississippi, and the greatweallh of river
and railroad commtiiilcttion, give to Cairo
unsurpassed uilvautacei us a commercial
point, as It atl'ords to her cay und cheap ac
cess to all the train producing districts ol
the North and Went, mid similar access to all
the agricultural produce consumers of tho
South, thus presenting tho best location in
tho Wc.tforan liilerchaiiue ol the respect
ive northern and southern couuiimlllles nud
productions.
A a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo Is not less Important. Tim crude
materials of every description, which con
stitute tho elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, iron ore, coal,
of superior quality, ami timber of every
character, more than others, being easily
and cheaply acecsdble. und the ileh agri
cultural region of tho Immediate neighbor
hood, as well as the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by rler and rail,
iurnlsh suppliesoi laci.eeessariesof life In
such ahundnncn us to render living except
ionally cheap When the manufuctu' .d arti
cles aro produced, the facilities fo. cheap
distribution by river and rail aro not
equalled.
Cairo has a moral, Intelllgi nt, liberal and
enterprising population of about l'J.lwo has
a superiors) stem of public schools, which,
,,t,u u.iiui. luiiiiucicu uy iirnaiu enter
nrlitP. nirnril lln.,ir,.uun,l ...l., .,l.,,..l ...i
1 - ...n. mv. .'IUI...IUIMI .III.
vantages Is pvsessed of well-established
cnurcucs 01 ueaiiy every denomination
has puhho and private buildings or a mpo
rlor character-has a climate, which for sa
lubrity and hcalthlul Inlluencos cannot bo
kurpassd-has 0 well-regulated and if
llclnnt municipal organization, It, streets
lighted wllh gau.aud othcrnietropolltnii ad
vantages, which mako It highly dc.lrablo
and In reality not to be excelled us a phco
of permanent rcildeiicc.
Lots and land in Cairo aro now nirered ut
very low piii es, lut'iinllng laMirahlu oppor
tunities to purchase, tinil Iheowncis pro
tent the location In the public, us ollorlng
unrivaled advantages (or thu successful es
tablishment o cniiuiiercUl or iu.iutir.uiur
lug enterprises, ami ti,0 hest locality in thu
country lor proliu,o Invcslmeiitof capital.
. STAATH TAYI.OH,
KllW'IN PAIthONH,
rustecs, tic.
Caiho, ll.l... May 1st, 1874.
o-Ili-tf
? f.W A It tU TINEWr.Nl S.
Cheap Lands
IN TIIK OUl'AT SOU'J'UWK.IT
'I he Little Hook nlm I ol lililli P.nlw i) i "ill
puny b lelllnt?, ul i'.eeiiliinnll.v lo"
pihi" iiinl 1111 leroii lo Mill iniii'lins.
vts, oir.
ONE MILLION ACRES
of their Ili.lKllilll'fllt Hi lilt, nil eillnr "Idcntlil
within tninty miles of I .irr.iad. din!i.ibi
sullnl lor piodiii tlon ol I urn, ( mIi.iii, lli.n 1,
(imi, rnills, mid nil 1 Inr Nnilliein ei..p.
Winters tile mild, pet inlllinir oiil-ibmr l.ilni P.r
1 leieii nitiii lli-i. Soil lerlile be) olid pi eei dent
No Kln'"hiippers, no iliinlirhl . picl.il li.duii
llivlits fillllllbll bllillll of lllllilll.iili.lli- lot
cheiilirii.nddrex W D s,.i K, I -iii.l t m
liilislolier, l.lllle l.'oek, All.mi u
"A 11 liny nt home. Aifents W.mled llullll
Miami.) tiniH Ine 111! I .V 10., Auieta,
..iiiiiiti.
PATENTS
Ifvoiiwl-b to apply fur 11 pnleul l'..rnin m
l.nlli.n, il'l.hi 1.1.1,1,1. 1 T .S. I.l.lilil.l'l , I'al
eut .MtoincJH, seeiilli St., Wn-liln Ion, I . t .,
lor I Irciihf
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sent f ! to nil parts of the Wnrl.l Addlts
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tills liividuslile book, any .Mason inn, in a shoit
time, iitiallly hlmseli to take the chair us Mu.icr
ol 11 LodKC Hound In eloih, price .' .Vij l.e.uli-irlie-ks
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DUE A 1 1 1 .til.HA 1,1) s Ann St., N. V.
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St. Jo. Medical
INSTITUTE.
"Established as a Refuge from Quackery.
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-His I upon Little Isnsimrisl in Hu: way of
1 .. . ' ,, v ieiiniiijii 01 nil-Ill'.UtUtloll
swell known throughout the IVent Udliiud
beconvlncist that this Is the larce.t mid ,uo,t
iv.rnjiltte Institution nfihe kind In Amerlc-i fur
III.. ktl...Mliil I..iIiil,.ii ..r .
i. 1 . . WH "lUOIC e.MIIll,
1'rlvate and eneieol Diseases of both scacs.sucIi
a. .-yphllls, (.onorrlma, (ileet, Stricture, Itup
titre.Auileoso elns, Orehitls, HiiIki, ,e. All
.........j "ill""""" "i.iiieicuiiai ailelllona ol
thelhioat, skin or Imnes on- tnntisl with 1111-
ii.-m.l l.'l.l fiiii...kd. f I............... t.. .
Ihne lo llieilays. Syphilis eilied in from (:
to ten days Ou r 17,ti7u coses cuiitl, Seminal
. . . I ' "."""oinu a, .-mbiii 1.05-es, s'-
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Power, us tin-1 It n..:i i.. ,. ; . ..
ual excesses In iimtuiir years, und all Ini'inslU
... ...... ii.iR,-, )i.'iiiiiineiiiiy l lllell Without
ineiiiiryoranyothir mineral iwlton, I'utieiils
lit u lllstilt.c.. In-if.. I l.v I..I,..- 4I..1I..I
j ........ ...I-., 1, -111, - seni
eurywhcie Votinpmiii who have bis-omu Hie
,1 , 'i'-ioat iiivaiimi ami on-
slructle habit which annually swieiis to an tui
tion ly Knni; thousands r voting nun ot tin
liiost i-xallHl talintsiuid brilliant Intellect, who
mllltlilhenvlsohtiveelitliiliiislllsi.nl,, s(.tu
Willi the Ihundeia nt elwpii ne,., r wnkisl to
ccstuey 1 hp Hi lug lyn- may rail w (lb lull eonll
denu:. Hli.it 11 pity that nyomiK 111 in, the lion
oi his country , Ihe darling ol his p.irintj,niiii,
U- snali 1 1, pnjH-cu, mii enjoy
llienls ol lile b) the eoliMiilieiiies ol del lining
from the path of naturi-and indulging in ,, ,,.r
lain unit habit. Such pi roiis must, belon
contimphitliii; mariiutre, 11 Hat that 11 Hound
mind and Imdy an: the mo'l necessnri inniUInu
0 prom., leioiiiinbliil liappliicM., ,i,,i without
then- Hie Journey IhroiiKh llle Iscomis 11 weary
p iKrllnage, the pioipiel hourly ibiikeus to Uiii
vii w. the mind iH-roiui-H slmduuisl w 1 1 It despair
and mini with mi laiicholl) rellicllons Unit the
happiness ofiinoiher is bliKhtisl wilhour own,
1 o all i irlng young men wn would ray, do not
keep Hils nnin I lo youisilf iind your Cod until
I bus happed the lilals und Ii ft ou a w n-cl; of
h11miLi1Ily.il t-urso to yoiirst It und a lninh-11 lo
Sliciell. II' i'..n ,.n, a..,.. ....I...1 1..
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sell pollution, or liny pillule diMaee. lie 'im
, .1. . . appij 111 ni .losepn .111s ui
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huiiian ln-iii. .in"ira
n-(.iue Kitariiiilis-d or money n fundisl
CJ-AII I'liialeillilUultlesiiiid impediments to
41 . nun .uiriy mill SllellsS.
r-A k'reat medical boofciitid lecals I'or ladles
uiidgeiils. Sent trie for two slamps.
Addiess St. .loseph Mediuil luslllule. l-'inucls
Slnet, betwi.n SiCJjIidaiiilililnl.st. J,eph,
Missouri. W-li.!i.d.w-ly.
Patents
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Slates, Cnmula, und Iji-
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BOOK OF NATURE.
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Lfry - fatti) tV :h ttta, i.bir t f Um eobtRpit
Ibt itrrlt(t,-tw -Ji.tfii iuiiritiriwjt&tTT, Kcitfx
tt liiiL Iju. ml m 1iiu ih ior er tntb-t r.
VtMtalaoi, l'."' n!( a heW tei v-utiM
tLtiWa. rffwl uHwa1 sJrk kbltsinr tl tried tr
'rtl 11. ftil ptiil to ftcr iti"1! tor US enii,
a Jim, Vt Jaoqumi, Crntril Medical Iuitltule.
7U3 Cheat put '.rool, fit. X-cruU, AIo,
Dr. Whittier,
617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
tone; l la 1 . -I irttii tt an Vontral, Hoiuat
und Chrosio I)loiuea t&a of thr rbjtuUn La few
Luui, fc.cn pfr. .bvv, ,! tlUtJ rtAl-ltfiti kur,
Syphilis, Gonorrheal. 01el. Slrlclurt. Or
chitit, Mornia, or Rupture, all Urinary OiiMiti
tnd S)philitio or mercurial 1Tcliont of th
threat, ikin or boni, at tnaWl vlth 6pr:Wll
ituTeti, to J.tf.l i:laU&4 (riftdrlt. BiUly, I'rtraul
SptrmilorrhoBi, Sexual Debility and Impot
fficy, aititrult6( batf-atriMla you to. Kxatl t
tart.rtrtri,crctr caMt,a4 vLUh pro4e mm
(f lb tU wit rtTcctii &rT0bl, a(biaal teiliiUai,
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fir two tLM luoti, Cb.ialutlD at Xc er b7ta1.il
fret.aai lolt4,a rrimflrtiilarLiKLaUa roata nota.c.
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rtriici&fac-a LaxalL eirror BulWfcrywttf. Cm'
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MANHOOD Ml b?oV.'oUS.,.br "
WOMANHOOD ,t.71Tu''i3,i!?a
P-cut ss il d alt three, for ao Csnts.
Minhood sad Wominhood In Cirmtn, bet
togtthtr, Illustrated, IS Csnts. I
MARRIAGE i
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then locked up, bet (ill anal orloat.aattli rt y
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i.utr ikjljtii, tatUUg aaoa&t,
DR. WHITTIER.
17 St. Charles streot, St. Louis, Mo.
1 A iJfJ anJ radical euri
fr iuiurf cr Atrnta, it
tkt fuAian. tot i hast rtf trrit.
mtnt. AxUdtHrenoftt, Call otter u-rite tJ
A Book for the People.
l-isi aii-i 1 i-i1 1 , i, 1 11 III IHIU Bl,
tat a 1 t U ?i fr.tt 1 f ! I.itr ;
ti'-fi. tho Mystrrlea brlUprcKluctlou, &o. A i..uiJ
ai th;nty.n ..rwri..4iaM t,nii. Ur.nary and 0n.
ntivOr ft..tiru,',,,i m , m i, 1. -intf rrr
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ttiti.it ttthATiy Aljuacsi it a.r.t. iaill a Cin.
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iiiituril4i.hl It.ipcten.v aj-u.ii. loum .urtititf
inarrinl a i ti.. ( rxirnfli ,S -I a int it
(nafV ajun i iitl,.ii'i-it.t;iinijrh.i.ii.ar twlu 3I Muik
1 ' ' " I ' I ' 'f l Ihf ti' u J, iimi
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iiuttiiiti. ii.iirotttl.il ah tt. bpcrmittorrliea.
itIJC rullll lit.
"1 li.n iiiuiv a "rft. M II III
1 AIMJVU u 111 Its a. stHl uci.i. . ....
iotf.t ur utmi AU'i u -uma Medical Treat iu ui.D.r
-u'TCM ., ni,riim,ii, ran. Adlmi,
TliUMKUIOAL,. BUROIOAIilKBTlTUTfl.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.-
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f trt, Ut huueroui rnfr.rtuc. abl c&ula taluatil.
Uii rtcUbn fur Uiim vitQ rt aimrrl! w ecou-opUw mr.
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cl Uy, an J Dot left e-r1(,iilr tbout IL. tom.
Il oocuiiii tbo ci4ri0M tut ajvicoor tkrlrlio
,3J i(iiiUtiuQ la worlJ wll-, tnl thoull to iu ttarrl
( draoer ol tw; intta kd i fnalo tLrouibout l bo totttt
rlji)., ItornLrMei eTer;lUi du tlt aulijMtof tbortavr
fctiwajritcra tint la aurin kujltii, rnucU ttiatla lia
dtlUJ la any otbtr vork
Hr.1 toanfbrit -tr'tf h.uf) fr riftr Caia,
Notlco to tho Arnicild and Unfortunate
r.iVt iM'lyla to tbo coburluu ,ka bo a4trrUo la
tuUi pjjwra. or ml or any qu:n reroit.. t-truo Iff,
Jiutti' wbri. no nitttf bi jour iii-t ii t Low dtiur
ab'oyogr eon-tiUon.
Dr. I'.utu oceuf tat a Coullo hog., of tvealy i.trn roorai !
li1oJorit byaomoof too moil o.!.trtM m41el iir-fe
aur.df t-Kcuuoiry aol Kurooo, on 1 o tw ccbtuiui f-r.
aonolly or ty moll, on tljo lltrn-. mct.Udbol In lit wnrka.
tiitico on 1 pirlora. .No. 11 North titta .trwi, botaoaff
"I 'tt anl lh it. fit IOult, Uo.
v.vitirrv siohi:.
Wew-Y"ork Store
WHOI1KSAI.K AND RKTAir..
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIK CITY.
Goods Sola Very Clono.
Oornor 10th St. nil Coinmnicial Av,
CAinO. 11X11.018
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
" I, AM" VI IlisI "
JOHN 11. MULKEY,
Attoi'iicy nl Iittiv. ,
(lAlltO, 1I.M.NU13.
Ol'KJCIC: AI ivsldonro on Miilli Street, be.
tween WivdiliiKloii iivrnuo nud Walnut .Si,

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