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PAINT AND OIL.
Blake & Go.
'it, .
iittiiffti.
mm
(Stiiwaor to)
B. F. PARKER,
lr!fTfl In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Mill Paper, Window OIbhh, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Aliraya on hand, the retliratl illiUilnitin
AVIIOKA Oil,.
(Junior Kl.tv.uth Street and Wuhlnv
ton At.uu.
The Gamble Wagon
OAIZIO, XXjXaXlNTOXJB
MANurAtrtuiikb nv
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
TU UT and CHIANUT WJQOH If AX
OFACTUaXD
MAN UFACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Fourth Sir t
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AMD
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AMD COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufacture til own Uorae Shoe and
ban Aaaura Uood Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
a:i
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Ordori for Coal by tho car-load,
:ou, or in uogshoudH, for riuipmcnt,
jromptly attended to.
imf'Vo lurgo conHiimorB und ull
aiunufucturors, wo uro prepared
:u mipply any quantity, by the
aionth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tf-IUIIMay Itro ' office, No 70 Ohio l.rH-
IflliricUy ltm ' wliarfbuat.
UAt Kgyptian Mill., or
I J-A I llif Coal Pump, foot of T'liity-Kljli
:mi
rl'o" OWc Drawer.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
l tlie Uranil Old
MUSTANG
T. T TVT TTUTT! 1T T
JU Al Jfa AT M ah )
Which has stood tho test of 40
Years.
1'horo is no soro it will not Hoal,
no iiamenoas it win not uuro.no
A.cho. no Pain, that Afllicts tho Hu
man bodv. or tho bodv of a Horso
or other Domestic animal, that
doos not yield to its magic touoh.
A bottlo costing 25c, fiOo. or$l
has often saved the lifo of a Human
Being, and Rostored to Life and
usoiiunoss many tt vaiuaoio
Horso.
-lo-eed-d&w-lr.
NTKAM IIOATN.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
.-i'OJt-
Faducah, Shawnootown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant aide-wheel etcam n
ARKANSAS BELLE,
llKN HoWAIW
..Sluftter
WAI.TKH H. nUININUTOH..
Clerk
Will leave Hvauavllio for Cairo very TUKS'
DAY aud r'UIUAY ut 4 o'clock p. m. .
Will leave Calroevery WKU.NK.SHAY andSAT
UIIIIAY at 0 o'clock i. in
The elegit lde-wuce atcaiurr
PAT. CLEBURNE,
.rotiN Oorr........ Muster
Mat. Wu.LiAva.ir. Clerk.
I.euvea Kvuuavllle lur t.'alro every WKDNha-
DAY und HA'l I) It A II Y ut ft p. in.
Uavea Cuiro nery TIIUKHDAY und HUNDAl
at II p. hi.
Kach bout makeKrloae eonni'ctlona at Cairo
Willi lliai":i' oir.inrio jur ni. uuis, niviii-
r.
pl'laaml w uiieana, ami ai f.vanavute witu
Inei'.a.. n. n. iurii.uiiiio.uriuain caai.
and With the l.uiilavllle Mall Hteamera rokull
olutaonthe Upper Ohio, Klvlujr irUKhri
eh t on iVelKhla paaaenxera to all poluta
rlbutary.
Kor tirlher lurormutlnu apldy to
SOI.. HII.VEIt. Voaaenger Agent.
IIAI.I.IllAYIIItOS.,
J. M. l'Hll,UI8. ...if,nU
Or t() U. J.OHAMUER,
.iuperlutcmli nt d fltnewl Frolght Agat,
iVi.'w. i v . KTaniTlIU Indian.
VOL. 8.
PHYMIL'IANN.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
ItKSIbKXCF.t No. 21 Thlrtifnlb Mrret, be
tween Wellington avenue am Walnut atreet.
OmCKi North alile or Klxhth ilntt lie
Iwwn Commercial and WaihlnKton avenue.
0
"1 W. DOTf NINO, X. s.
KK9IDRNCK'. Corner Ninth n.l W.lnu
itreet.
OKNCK i Corner .Sixth atreet ami Ohio la-vce.
OrriCK ItOUUSt Vmm.t. Win,, ami
mm 'J tu H p.m.
I.AWTF.KN.
rOHM X. XULXBT,
Attorney mt Law.
caiko, 'iM.i.vom.
orriV.V. : At rtalilcnot on Ninth Street, le
tweeu Wvditnalon attune and Walaut St.
POND'S
EXTRACT
rho Fooplo'a Remedy.
The Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note: Aak for Poad'a Extraat.
Taka bo otnar.
"Il.ar fur 1 will aiwak of excellent thlnaa,'
FOR
I aj arle to Man or Ileal ta.
MlrmJaui, hpralnj, Contu-
aioaa, liMl'tcalloni.
I'ratlareiii Cut., Laorra-
twt or IncliKl w oumla.
Km IIIUKa.Uunia, braid,
ouauunu.
BlpeHtlnf Lnnci, or
SpltUoa-or Blood.
Koaa Blei-d.anJ Illml-
InrUumi or lectb.
Vomillarror BIimmI and
Bloodr Uliclurirn.
Pllva - nieollnr fllta,
HUndl'lle. (lablllble I
mi
TotktlilLaracheNeq-
EXTRACT
nuaia owcuoi race.
Rheaaaattaaa, Uheuma-
tlo SwtUIac or aoreacaa .
Ulteaaa or ornea,
Lumbaco. Lame Hack .
ore Taraat orQtilnar,
InluruM Tonalla.
Olptherla, Broachl
Ua, Aalhnaa.
,Mort or Inflauwl Ejf a o
Kre-Ud.
'.4'alarrb, Lrucorrhra,
Dlarrtira, Dyatatery.
,Nrr Nipple. Inflamad
Jiraui,
PMlafMI or too Profuaa
MonUilln.
Milk a,UTarian DU
mm and Tnmara.
people's;
Klaner CaaavUlail,
I UraTel and StiaMWy.
ChaMnca and Excoria-
REMEDY,1
uooa ar inoau, or
Adulta.
Varlroae Valaa, Kn-
l&rirrd orlnllameil Vein.,
t'lrrra. Old Borea, Inter
nal Ulerratlona,
nulla, CarbunrlM, Tu-
nu.N irn U..-&llln..a
ron
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL t'ru'uuil Itunlona, Clmt-
mi or .ori? r .
(('liuUiiv,llarm-aor Sail
ll I'rlon orWhlttoir, Tro.t-
k J.imlia nr l'artx.
jMomiullo Illteo. liKrrl
Stints, Chapped Hand..
USE.
IM.M'M KXYKAirr la fur dale by all rirt-
Ih iiriiKKima, ana rtcouiini-nui uy
all DnipgUiD, I'hy.lciana, ami vrj
lioily Iio liaa rtrr um-J It.
rmnpliti't cuntaliiliiK III. lory and L'seainall-i-1
fii-cnn appliratlim, 11" not round at your
Itniwlit'a.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York Mini London.
i.v.vn-div
St. Charles Hotel,
FRICSS SEDUCED TO SUIT THE TIKES
Room and Board. 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Spaolal Rata by Waak or Month.
A limited nmnlier or very deMrable lamlly
rcmina can be aecuml at muonable rate lor the
iiimner months.
'I ii St. i:hurlr la the Inmeat und best anuoint
nl House In Southern lllinoia.und la thelradinir
hotil In Lalro. .-sotiMiii.tanuinK me iieii
Itock" roluctlon In prlrm, the table will, u
umal, ! lllwiTilly sHjipllitl with the my brat
ofefr thlnx that can be round in market.
Kluc lare cample rooma ror eotnmerclul trav
eleri. on Kround lloor, rrreof rhanrv.
CjAII haitKaienrKUeata couvejed toaimlroin
Ilic lioiel wiiiiom riuiriff.
IKWK'IT W II." OX A CO. ,
t-10.tr. I'roprletow.
WINTER & STEWART.
AttctzoxtsbrS
Commission Merchants
AND
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avonuo
Cairo, IlllnoU.
Advaocea niaile on Cooklguiuent". Ab
atractH ul Title maili-, Uenvfyance and
uuiieciioiia auoiiULii iu.
ATTKSTIOS TO HIISINKS.! AND
1' 1 1 OM I'T U K M 1 TT A N C KH .
Auction Sales Kvcry Hatunluy Monilng
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slat Reefers
Booflng and Guttering a Spocialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Rods, Pumps,; Stovea
and Tinware.
'Jobbing PronVtlV Do.
OAm, Svillstln Mu.ild.ln. sr. Csm.t Twalftla. Btraat am&
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1870.
illC !Itlt.
Itenlh of n Nolnl oller JiiiIkp.
.loi'pli Howling lately ilIJ In Nuw
York, und left a blank place in the nut
liofjf. He wax one of the bent known I
men by pllit in tint city, and lil.i fame as
a iliitci'tlvp, iiollrcman, lawyer, iolltlcian
ami police Jmlc wa? wiile-spread anil full
of adventure, tnnl other noteworthy In
cidents. He wai an Irlh boy of ten
voars when he came here, and became a
natiir.ill.i.il American man m soon as be
:ould. He worked blmiielf up
from olllce boy bojlnnin;: to a
competent!! of half a million. The
ft net was his earliest school, and the en-
illuti home bis Kradttatln jilace, and In
this eoitrhO be uot an ctlticatlon wlticli
peculiarly lilted lilm for hU iiibHuen1
career of police activity. He Jtut loved a
light in thoc early ilav. and trained lor
(he beating be afterwards gave and took
in his innumerable encounters with
thieves and murderers, and other classes
ol deperadoei. When ho became a de
tective and it policeman he knew ull
the rulllans with whom he hid to
deal, and appears to have been
.strictly hottest In his dealing with them.
He nearly always had fresh wounds, and
honorable gears accumulated upon him.
Ill head was beaten until It became
prematurely bald and Milnlng, and finally
marked him as a proper appointment for
the tombs bench. Jn the meantime he
had studied law. was admitted to the bar,
but never practised law much, either as
council or on the bench. He was u
rough-and-ready iort of Judge, and
when a character whom he knew
to be a criminal was in
hand, he M:t objecting lawyers
down with their citations of law, saying
he did .tot care for courts and declslons.aud
that his tribunal was a court of common,
sense and public safety. That's the kind
of a judge be was for many years. When
he got hold of a thief he held fast to him,
while he was under the police court Juris
diction. He died at the age of fifty, and
was never encumbered with a wife. The
newspapers tire relating his strange ex
periences and adventures.
- -
ranuy Ilaveupart'a Joke.
(S'rw YorkCorreapomleiicc Chicago Tribune,)
In a much more quiet, way t unny Dav
enport, the actress, Is a practical joker,
isiual In ingenuity to Sothern. Her latest
achievement was to dress herself In the
costume of an old Udy, with gray wig,
heavy veil, spectacles, and all the acces
sories. In this picturesque attire she pro
ceeded in a carriage to Daly's theatre,
and called at the box ofllce lor scats
lor Brougham's bonellt. When the
ticket-seller oifered her the ill-
flgratn of the liott'e she refused to con
sult It, because they always managed to
put people who bought (rout seats iu the
back row. Steve Flke, and subse
quently .Mr. Daly, were called lo mollify
the old lady, when Steve suggested
that .'In' take a top box, so when the
theater was turned upside down
she would have a good place.
She accepted the suggestion, paid
lllteen dollars, took the ticket, and
was escorted by Klske in his blandest
manner to her carriage. He turned to
Daly as she crossed the sidewalk and
half whl-percd, "Crazy as a loon." As
he handed the old lady into the carriage
he Inquired whither the would go
"Here Is the address," replied the old
lady, pushing her wig aside and handing
out her card. It read "Hiss Fanny Dav.
enport." The ioke on Steve Flsko now
is, "Will you take a top-lloor room?
a.
IIoIiik to Kanani or Uolormlu
Take the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the new and popular line
Iroui Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to I'ticblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon t'lty
Cucharus, Del Norte, Santa Fe and all
points In Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip IK) day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th, at $50,
taking In the famous watering places on
the D. ii It. G. road, Low emigrant
rates to the Sau Juau mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and tho Itocky Motm
tulfls without change. Closo connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and tho "San .luan guide," oddtlress,
T. .J. Andkhso.v,
lien. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
A No. 1 l.nitnilry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, Xo. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
nttcs, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, and land
lords of hotels und boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantago to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 ccntH
per dozen, For piece work prices are as
follows: Singlo shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, SOo; socks, 5c; two collars, 5o;
two handkerchief, 5o; vests, i!0c; aim
till gentlemen' wear, WV. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 'J5c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25e ; ladles' unilenvnrp, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-'-:Mi.
Lvon'h Katiiaiiiox makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
und has no rival. WO-d&wly
Haoas's Maonoua Hai.m preserves ami
.ADtMka frltn rminrilnvlitli rohinVCI frfli
les. tan and sallowncss ; makes the skin
solt, Willie anu ueiicate. n npiin.-niiini
cannot be detected. ll-HMI&wly.
J The liUtnrj of PlnMvr.
I Wars ago the Kubbcr Porous Plaster
, was recognized us n uselul mid elllclent
external remedy, possessing peculiar
' merits dillcrcnl front anything ever
I known or ttied for n llko purpo.-o belore.
The reasons whv it became so Donttlar
were these : First, it was discovered that
rubber was the natural reservoir of elec
tricity, and, consequently, possessed
great curative procrtics. Second, when
rendered son and pliable It became a con
venient base for the liest external stimu
lants. Third, It could be worn without
soiling tho clothing or causing the wearer
unv Inconvenlncc. Like nil new Inventions
it was not ierfect,but capable ot Improve
ments. These Improvements have
been made In BKNSON'S CAPC'LNK
POROUS PLASTEK. The great objec
tion ever found to the porous platers by
physicians and Hie public has been that
Its action is not prompt or decided
euotigh. The introduction of Capclnu
Into tt porous plaster overcomes this oli
jectloti entirely. It causes It to act Im
mediately, and to cure Iu less time and
with more cortaiuty than the ordinary
article. BKNSON'S CAPRINE VOlU
OUS PLASTER is truly a remarkable
article. It U prepared by a lirm ol skil
led pharmaceutical chemists, who have
had largo experience in manufacturing
various kinds of plasters and liniments
for the surgeons and hospitals of this and
other countries.
This plaster, the result of their ex
periments and study, Is indorsed by the
best ohvslclans as irreatly sunerior to or
dinary porous plasters and liniments, and
us being the best remedy that could pos
sibly devised for rheumatism, lame and
weak uacKS. iiams mine sine anu ciiest.
or any'of the troubles for which a porous
piaster or iiuimciit lias been used. 1'eo
pie suffering from stubliorn colds will
find that It affords them great relief by
wearlnir Clio on the breast. The secret of
BENSON'S t'APCINE PLASTEK Is
its marvelous influence over the circula
tion. It strengthens and relieves pain
almost from the moment of Its applica
tion. Let any one who Is skeptical of
the merits of this article consult their
physician. To le obtained of all drug
gists for 25 cents.
OKABUKY iV IOII.NSO.V.
Pharmaceutical Chemists, X. V.
.2tMm
BAXUH.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO. IliLINOS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,00
orricau.
W. P II AIJ.il) AY, 1're.ld.nt.
HKNKV I.. IULLllAY.-VtePreal.
a. n. sArroitD, Ciih., j
WALTKIl IIYSLOl'. A.1'1 Caebler.
DIRECTOKS :
S. .StAATi Taylor, It. II. Cna-ntxoiiAii,
II 1.. IIALLIUAT, W. 1'. HaLI.IUAY,
11. I). Williamvox. Sncriit iltxD,
A. II. SirroRU,
Exohango, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
D
KI'OSITS received aud a general banking
uuairieaAtiunu.
V Ilroia, I'realdent. II. W'ella, Caeblur.
I'. Nell". Vice l'rea't. T..I. Kerth. AaM. a-h'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
lUuKCTOIt.:
K. Itrnsa, Culro. Win. KliiRe, (.'aim.
1'. .Sen, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Suaauka, Cairo. It. I.. Billlnxfley,M. IiiiIa.
K. Under, Cairo. H. Wella, Cairo.
K. II. Itrlnkman, at. lmi,
UeuciHl Dnnklna Ilualiieas Iloue.
C-Exchange aold and bought Intere.it paid
II the avlnga Department. Collection made,
nd ull b'ltlnea promptly uttended to.
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
OITY NATIONAL BANE. CAIRO
omcsnst
A. II. SAITOKD, lTesldent.
8. S. TAYLOlt, Vice I'realdent.
W. IIYSLOl', Sec'y and Treasurer.
DiiucTORa:
P.W.
IIAKCLAV. ClIAH. GAH01UH,
r. M. SlOdO-LKIU, I'AUL G. bClll'll,
II. II. CUNNINOllAll. II. Li, llALLlDAY,
J. M.PlIILLlri.
INTEREST nld on depoalta at the rate ol a
jicrcent. perauuum. March latand Saptem
r let. Interest not withdrawn la added Inline
1 lately to the principal or the depoalta, thereby
ririiiK them compound iutercat.
Ilarriod Women and Children may
Dopoait Money and no one
olso can draw it.
Open every builnesaday rromHu.m. to s p.m,
ii Saturday evenlina for ta luga depoalta only
rom U to 8 o'clock.
W. HYBLOP. Treaaurer.
13 3VX PIHB
Straw ! Felt Works
20. N. ailiHIreel, HI. limla. Ma.
Leading eatabll.hment o( the Weal. IILHACH.
IN(1. IlYINtl, ALTKII1NO. and all klniH ol
Milliners' WoiUdoueproinptly. I'luaterlUocU
lor sale. t hiirKcapaliloiiK"0'l"ent lis. Send
lorl'latea. -.ilAwIni
DANIEL LAMPERT
Fashionablo Barber
AND
ypr a, UL XX.XflillSX3JFL
NORTH SIDE OF fliaHTH STREE1
Betwaan Waalilng-ton and Oommarolal
Avenuar
Commercial PrinUng,
A 1.1. KINIlS
l.nw
At the IlctiitiH orttce, Cairo, llllnol,,
"Waaiiliacrton. Arotiu.
I 3T O XT H. 13 I JST TUB
Equitable Life Assurance
SOCIETY, OF NE YORK.
On tho Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Bonoflt;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
SURPLUS $ 4,515,012 42.
ASSETS 820,030,087 70.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
Cigars! Cigars! Cigars!
Wholesale aud Retail Prices !
Fully alive to the demand of tin: time;, proline to put hi
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
C 1 Cii r II
At prices that will compare with the deullnu In othor articles, In mher word will put
his good down Irom tho old
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of the fact would oall tho attention of tho Smoking
Public to tho following prices: Connecticut Sood from 2 to it conte;
Seed and Havanna, 4, 6 and 0 conta; Koy West ilavanna, 8 to 10 conts;
and imported Havanna 16 contH oacb. Ho means business, and will
at oven these low prices, make a fair living prollt.
His light expenses enables him to civo tho public tho bonellt of theso
low prices, and in return solicits their patronage
Smoking and Chowing tobacco, and Smokers' articles of all discrip
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
T. TSXCHMAIT,
102 Coiumerial Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS !
ITow Goods! XTew Prices !
Solomon Fareira's,
142 & 144- Commercial Avenue.
Jut Itvcclved, a Fresh, f'ompluto nud New Supply ol
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
Which I olVorat prlcci uovcr heforu heard ot allien or hefoTo tho war. I live rljjht In
the market and buy oiilv for caMi, Ulei-uforc can cll them ut the vory lnwct price. A
lliave citicluded to cotitlnue my buslnesi In (Jalro, for which purpose I eii','aoil Mr.
Well. I Invite all our old frlendu to give ui a eall before Kl'i oUcwherc, ua my motto
I "Small Proilta and tilektiale."
V offer the very beat calico' atC cunti par yard; Kr'naillno 5 to 10 cent per yard; a
full litis ot summer ilrej;noiN nml plaid from li lo cents per purJ. llarKaln- in
parabola, handkvichlcr-ri cents a tiUve: cmlirnldery very low: iiImi towi'N.ti.ipkiii'',l.idy'ii
Iio at 8 eenti u pair. As In hoy's clotlilnj; wo are otl'crlii',' Iniliicement a good. lli'ti'
cabinet ulli.'i ."U. lloot'i aud idioci, tlm luwc-t III tliuuiaiket.
Pun't lor'ot tho place, tho old Mand ol llcilbiun t 'U.
SOLOMON F A.R.EIIIA,
142 St U l COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
BARCLAYBROS
Wholesale
DRUGGISTS
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
74 OHIO LEVEE;
In Stock for Spring Trade:
Strictly Pure White Lead,
Pure Linseed Oil, .
Guaranteed. Boiled Oil,
Artists' Tube Paint.
Best English Paris White,
Glues of all Grades,
Feather Dusters,
Window Glass,
Varnishes,
Brushen.
TERMS ON THESE GOODS CASH ON
DELIVERY.
WEEKLYB0LLET1N
ONLY $125 A YEAR.
NO. 127.
at-
and Rotail
AND
(Orlfplat.dlnaUMmr)-
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KVKISV 6TOVK IB
Me.italinglj Recommended
Wherever Used or Sold
I: Uttiltl; WU i Mil
OtHSKW'Sl.KS
Nos. 37, 38, 09; 47, 48 arid 40
Are a Milnelotia Comhlnatfon of
CONVENIENCE,
NEATNESS, and
ECONOMY,
And all the ltaentlut I'olnta that go toMaV-iip
tho
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
r.M-r Oirercil Iu flip I'lltillc
Made Only by the
Excelsior Manufacturiny Co.,
Nna, itli, M I, nirt nmt W X. Main St ,
tit. f.oitl, .Ha.
SOl.II HV
0. W. HENDERSON,
CAIRO, IUS.
'.I'tinUaili'iiiAir '
KMRRIAGE
., n. BOnANKAJTlt
M.m.iruouul. Itlutlmai
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A ritlVATBMEDICALTHEATiar wi aJ tlUrawt
cf PrtVAto Naturoln both hki, tti mhuntl dt
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rrmlnal Wakit Catarrh, Canirr, KniKurv, tha Opium
lUbtU ac, .'ipaji uorlaHntiit)il'r irai lyf JU eta, All
inreo dock rit(iiaiti.nuup4cairhicTfritMiijrurtn
kiK)w!iiunthfuIij.Tt. aent aecuratr ttciied on !
fclnl of CO eta. Aildrru,
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Dr.Butti DttMntary,
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) uuns ftDd ihUJle jrM BhuuIJ read ami prrwnrattiU
lur.uifK lururmation, wtikti no one ran alftmito ba Wita
out i on how t j prtrerta the health, and mp.fo, aiut
filet) fJ-l (IimUj thi inthni muI youth tthtotn4
unlr truo Marrlafiuiils In tli world. I'rtcn 4WcDta
I'yMall. 1h author imy lm tuttiutt per aon ally or by
Mall on any of tht t uhjM-t nwntloTira tu hU vurk-Aatlitaf
pr. A.U.OUN, IZ a.hiuua it, ClikaiO, ill.
DR. RICE,
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,,
k raruUrlv ailufttu-l &1 lccUr n'liUilM LrlciaU anJ thl
moot 4CfCBlui, i-U u-ivie win rtpi'.
Speruintorrlion anil Impotcncy,
uttWmuH of t cif- hat tu joutb, vexual fai.ri Iu ma
ttiM-f yer.rrulnrr oun, an4 i-mtw iur t.i r lh fol
kwm rtlt. Nrfi' utQcai, utial t itltlou (night ml
im ty ilrnnu), Plnic4 of HIifet. Irtfrtl Mrnorr, thy
kallKvijr I'uuiilttion Vci, ."T'm tu(rir plfrnal.
OoKfualou of I lew, m nt X 1 t'tiwer, c.,MJar1rt
mirriajaj IntiTuiwr rr unUdrpr, r ' ibfiouaUIr ant jitu.
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mil oilirr rlt ate Jl.fiwi unit klj cur..
It li I'lf ci Mot tUat m i-lty ll n ho trn plal attention
a oerutttcUM of UitAta, an I trratla ILiMiaauiti aauu
ally, iv-joirrn rval aklll. t'hjiU-Un ku- wlnr oftva
rn-uoiurnl iwrotti to my earn. When HU luvutcitlriii I
the city for trtitiuent, mill'lni etu U rH irhatdy
aalaattly l-y uullor nur aiijlift.
Cure Guarautuod iu all Cat.
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