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CAIRO CITY BITTDEUT,
A.. "W. IYATT C7E..
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MARCH 23 1 877.;
MPajaeaajMa-wBjaaaaMBaayiMjiMpt '"! .'
ilanca Hftua" From 7:9) S-m. to 6:30
p.m.; 8omky from 7 to.m. Moorr
Order 8:00 h.a. to fi:0Q p.m. . - ,
m. I r.m.
'1:8ft i Illinois CSrntrwl R U
(Mis. Ontrri II R
10:00 1 Cairo Vlneeonee
10 00 Cairo, Arkansas
'i'rlil R II Daily.
6 00 I Ohl IrwRonte (
Dally exc'tMonuey i
Mint. River Route
Up, Stin. To. Frl.
The bee Ttmite i
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rreigbt at.. ID... " Bun Jay.
JOHN SO If, Annt.
ST. LOinSJEON M0TJNTA17T
& SOUTHERN R. R.
ixpres leave Cairodally .i Po . n. .
iprmt iniTM at Cairo Uilr..... a. au .
Aro;nnolatlon leave eiro daily . 2 00 1. in.
Aocoiiwdatlua arrive daily (except
HuinU j) ..... . .. . 1 1 :k. M .
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
We Havo Come to Stay!"
ITVKE trklnt or thlt company conoM-t Al Bt
I. Loula and HaatM. Loula, wltb all blurt
.ni to the Xorth, ul kud Weal.
Arrive at St. Louis
...... ..via m
, S.l"p m.
I.av Kat St Loui .. :Ma.m.
imr at Cairo 6:0 p.m.
.1. L. HINCKLEY, General Superintendent
I. A. WKT, (lemntl 1'easenger Agent.
W. II. MM.FAULA.ND, Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENITES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
lcoills, mmm mwii
34 Miles the Shortest to
fcdiiupiis, fl5i!s!fiii !b Tori
IX HOURS SAVED
OVf R TBilX or
M ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
f ssengera by other routes to snake
Connection must ride all night wait
lnr from On to Six Hoar t
a mall country atatlona for
trains of ooanootlav roada.
Rsmembor that fact and take our
fi:OJ a. m. Traiareaching
r:&;Till(, laliiAtpili!, fii&dcsiii,Loai:7llli
: ' SAME DAT..
Tilalava and arrive at Cairo, as follow:
il.iil Leare . ..- a. to
MixmI ' 7:) p. ra.
Wall arrive . lot) p. iu.
Hixti " . - ,. jo.
Xhronirh ticket aaJ cherfci to all Important
t. A. MILLXB, H.
Gen' pkM. A4't. .
. B. CHUiiCn.
Laa't ue niaua ty every kgea
' rverv Uiontli in Uia bamiietit w
Airnlah. bnt thoe willinir to work can eaatlr
enrn a dozt-n dollar a iy rinltt in their own lo
calitiea. Have no room to explain here, Huoi
ae jileaaknt aad honorable, Women, toy
au'1 girl do a well a men. We will furnWu
ou s coiiudi'to outfit free, The buaiofa (ay
Letter than anything else. We will bear
cerne of alarting you. ParUeular free. Write
nd ee, farnurt and inechaniea, their an a
anddautrhleri.and all claaaela need of paying
work at home, should write to tit and lera all
about the work at once. Now ia the time
don't delay, . Addieae 'I miie U. Auauata,
!W City CcBi.dil .is9
St. Louis; Mo.
THOfl. k. BICE, k. X. L. L, B .)
JA8. BICE, A. K., '
I, U. HUBW00D, j
FULL LIFE SCHOLAKSHIP S8I 00
' TOST Coiupkte. Thorough and Practice
iVL course of Hudy iu the Unikwt 8uUie a
roiircw indiapeuAiule to every young nuut tm
barklnjoa th k of lift.
ror lUoitratei ClrcuUr,
THOS. A. JltCE. A. V.X- L, B.. ,
CJ J?W cf Orilit. :00 u -.o.ni.
timgr' flwi4 y- -"hi Ak-.iii. A .v. i
QUEENS OF BOHEMIA.
TueMealm riatolleet ib4 lie Bril
. Ilaal wtora.
(4an r'raaoiace Uoldea Era.)
Society Ylewt with cold nplclou Ibe
roterl of wonderful womeu whose ability
and aducatiOD admit them into the
charmed circle of Bohemia. While It
acknowledges thilr power, ia dellfhted
aod lasclnated.l7 their wit and florloun
production, it .withhold! lu lympatby
denies to them a Irlcndly, heartlelt rcog
At tba national capital Uo, Merati are
ota different mold, of a higher caJlbttr
thantiioaeof other cities. To beeotpe
famous, la order to wlttld Influence, they
rnutt not only be iotseed ot talent and
the lire ot genius, but must have
tact, great experience, deep pene
tration, and shrewd, practical com
nton sense. Not one of them enters upon
the smoothly flowing stream oi succeas
until after a long, a duo struggle among
the whirlpools and vicissitudes ot the
common life ol literateurs.
The notable women at Washington
vii.o hare exlvnded their sphere into the
world of letters brilliant as they un
Uoabtedly were in the beginning
reached their present high standing by
pertistent application, patient, good
work, severe study and active discipline.
In no cuv will it be found that the re
ward ol fame came to them by accident
or political and Interested influence.
Unaided, they have attained a noble and
graud poaltion, and to them alone Li due
the honor ot succeM.
Generous aud impulsive, like true Bo
hemian regarding with contempt the
enslariag conventionalities of society,
they are often the objects ot animadver
sions and tuisrepreacntation. Taken as
an entirety, as a class, they present an
advanced type of pure, noble woman
hood. Mary detainer occupies a high rank
in general literature, and her pithy, able
letters are universally read and known.
The papers with which she is perma
nent connected are the New York
Independent and Cincinnati Commereial.
She is a tall, elegantly formed woman,
with dark hair, and deep, hazel eyes. In
her manner the is self-possessed and
agreeable. As a conversationalist the
ha few equal. Quietly the pursues her
war iu life, winning golden laurels and
coating fronds at every footstep.
"Miss Grundy" (lilts Austen Sneed),
the Fparkiing correspondent of the New
York Graphic, enjoys the honor ol hav
ing created a special aud original depart
ment ot literature. Her letters, rich and
delicately eaaoned with tne spice i
social llle, dUplay a master hand. Mis
need is a Kentucklan by birth, and a
connoUuur in bor& flesh. Her iuforma-
tloa In so exleuiive in this direction that
it la generally acknowledged she is the
best writer on blooded stock in this
'Fy," the mother of Miss Sneed, is a
vigorous, sensible writer, and has
earned a well-deserved reputation. She
is a vivacious woman, endowed with a
grand, earnest spirit. In appearance
she is extremely youthful, looking
younger even than her daughter.
Marie Le Baron, the sweet lyric singer,
is a marvelous compound of perfect ner
vous organization and rare genius. Her
poetry is characterized by warmth, del-
iaacy of sentiment aud power. In person
she Is the reflex ot her poems ; golden
haired, dainty, with a pure Grecian pro-
Ale and wonderous, luminous gray-blue
eye. She largely possesses tne powers
of lamination, and U in every respect a
lovely woman. Sue has a dash of French
blood In her veins, as exemplified by her
prose writings, they being brilliant, terse
Mary A. Foster has been in the field
but a short tima comparatively ; still has
achieVvd an enviable place in Bohemia,
Her work Is graceful and retlned. She la
of Mexican parentage, soul-lit eyes born
of the Castllian. As a Spanish scholar
she la said to stand unrivaled.
Anna Hasted It an Indefatigable
worker, sketchy, bright and humorous.
She is, however, more of a dresser of
news and gossip than a writer. She
lashes men and things 'with a sharp
tongue, and In consequence thereof has
been likened unto a prominent character
la Thackeray's "Vanity Fair." She is ot
medium stature, fine featured, eold-gray
eyes, fair brown hair and a very ex
preaslvo mouth. . Her capacities are
great, and promise much In the future.
.Mary Janes, correspondent of the
Cleveland Herald, . U large and heavy
featured, but a bright and powerful
writer. She Is one of those remarkable
women who, instead of taking the rights
admitted theiu, aggressively demand
"Olivia" (Mrs. Brlggt) is;happily one
ol the few wealthy Bohemians. Hur full,
expressive face Is Indicative ot a contro
versial nature. She always has a news
paper tight on hand, and Is fu of those
women of brains who think they are not
fully appreciated. She has done valuable
work, and It still industrious.
Mrs. A ins worth, the correspondent fo
the Burlington Ai-cMm, deserves more of
a reputation than hat yet been accorded
her. 3h Is a branetta and flourlshet a
saucy pen. Her writing arc marked by
caustic wit and a bitter aad sarcastic
lle'ltn M. Barnard it a resil wootan,
enrneit, thoughtful and profound, tier
forte It politic, In which she displays
extraordinary sagacity. Clear-eyed and
keen of perception, the I cipulle ot
chleTlng- greater work than any she ha
yet accomplished. ' - -
Mra. J. A. Bolmei a gentle ladyt a
hard worker, with fine womanly au
trfbates.' Her full share of honor U
wlUiheld trom her, Kill the labors on un
falteringly and bravely. Her writings
breathe the tendr, beautllul spirit which
guides and directs her. She lit employed
in the bureau ot education, and without
donbt U oneof the most competent of the
stall of that Important bureau, i - '
This baud ot noble women enjoy the
confidence or.leadingjoarnal, are ouht
aftr as contributors, and well paid lor
J their work. From personal knowledge,
j the writer ' thu article ran truthfully
say that they Wear tlieir Itotiorw meekly
and as true woman. All hail to the
snperb queens of Bohemia!
IN TFE CITY.
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ad Saturday evening- for saving deposits only
romS to S o'clock.
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r Broas, President.
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H. Well. Cashier.
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ad all buslo ess promptly attended to.
City National Bank
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Illustrated;, by writers ol the biguemuerit.
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AlcCiellsn t iiaunterinn About Can.tar.ti.
ople," y Charlee Dudley Warner : out
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Schuyler! "An American in Ttirklatan,"
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By Dr. Holland, the E-litar.
whone story of "Sevenoats ?ve thfChj :Jk
eat kktislattion to the readers of tue
The scene ot this latest novel Is laid on
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young man who has been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings," hut who, by the
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world to drllt on the current of life wltb
a fortune, hut witbout a purpose.
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Alio, practical suggestions as to town and
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"Some Experiment In Co-operation," "A
Scotlsh Jaf Factory" in the November
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December. Other papers are. "The Britit-h
Workingman's Home," "A Nation of Shop
keepers," "Ha'penny a Week for the Child,"
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DR. C. H?LANE'S
... Celebrated American
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS
rPHE countenance is pale and
. X leaden-colored, wkh occasional
flu'hs, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both chcreks; the eyes become
dull ; thepupilsdilate; an azureseini
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swell, and sotne
, times bleeds a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unuaial secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par-
tioularly in the morning ; appetite
variable, sometime voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
'Iter;, entirely qane', flexting pains
i-i t)ie stomach ; occasional n&usca
aod vomiting ; violent pains throitgh- ,
Cii the abdoiiici ; ixweN Irregular,
a: ti:n?? costive ; stools slimy; not
unfreipiTnily tinned v. ith '-'blood ;
b ;l!y svo11mi and lianl ; urine tur
bid; re.yiirati'J:i orcasionally difri
c iU.Ciid a'-eo'npinied by hiccough;
y and disturbed sleep, with
finviinp of the teeth temper varia
b!. b'tt j5?!iernlly irritable, &c.
. V.'i.cricvcr the above symptoms
' ' arc .fotmd to exwt, ,J
Dll C. MfLANlVS VHRMIFUGE
Wi'd ( ciuinly effect a cure.
IT DOr.3 NOT CONTAIN Mr.RCVRY
;1 any firm ; it is an innorert prepa
rat ion , not capable of liointhe slight'
tsf injury to ,hf tiust tender infant.
The genuine Dr.. MTLant.'s Ver
M'FCor. bears the signatures cf C.
. M' I-n-e and Fi.r.v.iNo Bros, on the
DR. C. KfLAME'S
T!.e-:o Tills nr ; tf t roeommcaclotl
ull tho h that
11'. . -h U I;-.-!, t..." but in :;(i'j tif,n r.f
th ijivcr, mid in u!l lJilioua Com
pl:ti';:.S Dv5; epi;i r.nd isfick Head
ache, cr tii.-a , - t.i" that character,
tiioy (it.iiid v.'.il. ut a lival.
A G II 11 A XI) FKVER,
No h'.'A r '.u!r.utio f.m je used
li-(-p!uulo;y l., rai'rcr taking Qui
nine. As u Miiipli imgative Uiey'are
B&WAniii OP l.MITATIOKS. .
Tlia g.niiine are never sugar
Ivu li box hos n red wax seal on
the lid, with thr impression Dir.
La xk'h Li v k it Pi i .ls.
Karh wrapper ben rsthesignaturea
of V. MLaxe and Fleminu Bros.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country fctorckeppers jjenerally.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
General ' ' '
73 OHIO LEV1TE,
City kTaUoaai Baak Boildiag, np-stairt.
Tha Oldest Vatabilahed Agsaef to 8outt2
ana IXllnoia, repieeenttns; ovw
85 OOO 000
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Slate Roofilng a Specialty In
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Liahtnlsg Bode. Pumpa, Btom
j " and Tinware.
ara. U wtllMtraaataawa ass) araU mui e jtaa
t?IsjtiAaeSl' W C. St.Meis,ata, f J
IVCT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
. PEYTONA. OANNEL
Orders for Coal by the car-load
J,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
iklnaSalilf fP. OvWHtPrs and all
to tnipply any quantity, fir ini
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CTTT COAL C0MTAKT.
rj-Halliday Br. 'a nfflee, Ko. 70 Ohio Ltvee.
rBalIiday Bro ' wharf boat.
I rAt KgypUan Hills, or
' tf"At the Coal trump, foot of Thiitv-Klohth
CtPoet Ofllae Trawer. . .. : i);
JOHN H. MTJLKKY, ' : '
Attorney at sLaw. s
. ' . ; .' , . , : ."J
OfriCK : At residence bn Ktnth Street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut Mreet.
St.0narlos : Hotol,
mil EES7CS9 79 SUIT TESTES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
' Floors, $2,50 per Da.r '
Soem and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Day
Byaelal Rataa y Waak ar Moaik
A limited number of very desirable family
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates lor the
The St. Charles Is the largest and best appoint
ed House In Southern Illinois, and is Uie leading
hotel In Cairo. Kntwithatanitlnr tha "fieri
Reck" reduction In prices, the table will, aa
aauai, De 11 Derail y supplied w ith the very aeet
ui iiavuiui, uiat can ue lonna in marsei.
fine large sample room for commercial tra v-
eaera, on BTouna noer, m or energe.
Cf-All baggaa-eof guests conveyed to and Iron)
She feetel without charge.
Mark These Facts.
. The Testimony of the Whole World.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS.
"I had no appetite HoUoway'a rilUgavome
a hearty one ''
'Vour Pills are marvelous." 1
'I send fur auolher sox, and keep tluuu ia tlie
1 Dr. llolloway has cured my headache that
"I gave one ol your Pills to my babe tor chol
era morbus. The dear litUe thing got well in a
My nausea f a morning i now cured-"
"Your box of ilelloway rs Ointment cured me
of noise In the head. I rubbed some of your
Ointment behind the ear, and the noi-e has left"
"(tend metwoboxeei i want one for a poor
"I enclose a dollar) your price li V cents, bnt
the medicine to me is worth a doilar.'
"Send m fie. boxes of your fills."
' "Let me have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn maQ, for Chill aod sever."
Ihaveover200 tuch testimonials a these, but
want ol apace compel me to conclude.
, For Cutaneous Disorders '
And all eruption of the kia, Jthe ointment I
molt invaluable. It doe not heal externally
alone, but penetrate with ths most search lug
fleets to the very root of the evil.
Invariably cure the following disease
i Disorder of the Kidneys-
In all diseases affecting these organ, whether
thegr secrete too much or too lillie Water; vr
whether they be afflicted with stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over th
region of the kidney, these Pill ahould be ta
ken according a tha printed direr tie ne, and the
oiaiment anuuni os wen ruoueu into ine siuau uj
the bark at bed time. This treatment wUl give
almeM immediate ralief when all otbar means
For Btomachs Out of Order.
Ko medicine will so effectually improve the
ton otf the stomacst aa thaaa I'lUm ttoW,. wmmnw
all acidity occasioned eillirr by inleiuperanca r
Improper diet. They reach the lirer ami reduce
it to a Withy actioaithey era woaderruUy edifar
ciou lu case of apasiu In taet they never fail in
euring all disorder e. ta liver and stnuiach.
HiiLUlWAY'r) i'iL.i. are tueuest kuown ia
tlia world for the following rtlaeahe 1 Ague,
Aathsoa, liilion Coiup laiats, lUotoue ou the
.Skiu, Buwela, Culiaumpiioa, itebllltv, DropHy,
I'Tsenlery. Enlpeias, Kernel Irregularities
Fevers of all kiuda, Ifita, tioul. Ueadtulte, lud
restion. Inflamuiatlon, Jaui.dice. Liver C om
plaint. lAiatbage, Ptks, Kaeuinalism, Beten
tioa of iiruie, borotula or King's AviL Aore
Throats, Stone and tlrawl - Tic-IloHloiireux,
Tumors, Ulcers, Worms o( all kinds, Weeknena
Irom any cause, etc.
' ' I'O. il...-
''Sons are genuine unless the signature of J.
Haydock, aa agaat for tba UaiUsa Mates, aor
ronnda each box of Pills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will be given te sny one ren
dering such lulurmalion a may lead to tit
detection of any party or parties counterfcitlcg
IA auedlciaee or, vending the same, kawu
tbera to bs .purious. .
koid ai tha m.auaotory of sVuftasor kleu
iowav A Co., w York, ami by all rfpet"
dnixgl.u antf dealer in mediclae throuxhooi
tne ivIMaed worU. U boxes at veuu.
,piTi.'aAkVr.bl.aT1ug by toklaf Ui.
Mlfnrect!oa for the guidance of patients
ra every sUsariWrue aSUeal lo each box . .
Ofg.ee. 113 l iberty Bt Wew York
tti(i ax.sn.1ulrtiida ' Cuii A Rill.. V
lflwiairax trx Wotx. lixaro, Jit
lft..i.U HMUto III 11... Aur i.t....U.L
1 - fiuriS 'il r.
a .. auwA :
r iutchless :
FITTEST Plnoa. e,M
bt tlie World. AK FOB. IT.'
TAKK MO OTB1R. '
A TEAR. AWESTSWAST
Kt on otir Grand Ctombi-'
nation Preepeeta), repraaent-
150 DISxtocT BOOKS.
I-rrrrVr,r- siinraa TMaar i'
slt. uZifi .,1?,, m:, trom thl. when aU .
M A&vVi.V&l ' .," Afc"" wanted on esw"
JJAOMmckm' family bibi.ks. aunertor .
?0kl'rnn'rI'cul,r,1:rM- Address JnlM
phis 'W, Pnbliahe". rhiladel-
A HOME and FARM -
Of VOTro otttw '
n..!,. Urfi great rafrntod, wltb good mark!
soiaeatt aad axil, -., . 7 -
HOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE IT. ,
Mill rllmnte, frrtile ,oll, t,eet courtrrV fcr t3r : '
. ramag ia the United tttts , . .a . ij
vtThm;,," fu" '"fermation. aho"lrlE MO
N c.r.K tent free tuall A ik. .l.l
' , - -01"- I I'. R H. Omaha, NeU. . .
?teDt Self-Pasting ' -
the aaaoyance of vsste and uiaoflnge'i. evokled
i BUeVxli $1.', ai..V.,.T6,tJ3.giieaah. .
t'opiea maileil oa receiiit of price.4 fend rot
a aeaettpbeecirolar, ......
, . .SLOTK, WOODMAN CO -r
' ltlanV tlonlc Manntartnrwa. -
118 aad tm VVMiiamOt.. MsW YOtiK.
Who Want a Oood KaAnre. tTse Va
tional Son a Dnat and JCeataad
Bona Oaano. , ,
They win more than pay the ro.t in the In
crease of the yield the first year, permanently (
improve the lnd, produce larger aud better
oops. al insure a good stand of (rati. Cir--cular
furaifhtHl on aculiratloa. SorUtweaiera
Kertlliting Co., 4r, Ijt kalle St. Chicago.
9 K rine SaTd Cards, with name
U lO ota., post-paM. I- JONES A CO.,
raau, N. Y. .
$55 to tnt&ty&fliHS.
Ct 1 a day at home. AcenH 'wamerti, OutHi
va ant-, u-riiii nee. jLJi A LU.. Ausu.ta.
A LUCRATIVE BUSIjsESS
WW WATfT ftOO BtORB FTKBT-
CX.ASS MACHLNE AQBNTH.
AND 600 MEN OF KNKKOY AJ J
ABILITY TO XJCABJf InaSUSHlx A
OF SELLING BEWINO M A nmvt
COMPENSATION LI B E RAX, BUT
VAK YINC- .CCOBDINO TO ABILITY .
CHAR ACTER: and atTALIFIOATIoTS
OF TUB AGENT. FOB FABTIOU
LARS, ADDRESS "
' Wilssn Imt Xufai Co-. Clusftfo. l
627 u4 820 Sroadway, New ror a, err
New Orleans, La.
25 , JT"t n-VJB CARDS), no two alikT,
$5 to $20r"T.S&o8fWTO
iV ATVTPlTjln'l,,otrilv,"J "d sell our
" u1 "V lauau Uoods to dealers
B& a month and expense paid. Ko peddling.
Auureaatu.-liuuI.Alr- LJ., Clncianati, Q.-
SWEET WAVY '
Waewurded the hlaiieat nrizeat Centennial aa.
position Hept. ST, IS7T. If yoo want the beet
tobacao ever made kak yuur grocer for this, and ,
see that "Jackson Heat" la on everv i,lno
Sold by all wholeaale dealers. Any one an get
s sample by applying to V. A. JACSUiON ACO
Manufacturer, Ieterburg , vs.
Sll A DAY. J Cow to imaV. ;. aam,thlni
Va rc aad s ueanie. Addre. COE. YOMGC
A CO. !th and Walnut au. 6t. Louis jA0. '
a obtained, en ate
uhsnical devieta ,
medical or ether
mental designs ,
Careahs, Assignments, Interferences,
eto., promptly uttem
bythe Patent " '
urn e e may
iui, ia moat
cases, bo se
cured by as.
lillU LIU 1 UJJ
site the Patent Office we can make closer fearth-'
ei, and secure patents more promptly aad.Witfe'tA
bronlor claliui than those who are remote from , . ,
tin free of (harge.and advise a t pateatabiMrri ' '
AU eerrapouU.'Uce strictly condilential price.
Prices low. AM Ne CH AKUhi UNLESS A
I'.ATt.NX iri M-A l KSU.
We refer to oiiu-ial. in the Patent ofllce. and to .
lureutur in every Hlaieia ths Union Address
Oppor e Pstei-.tOfiloe.
anhlngton, D C.
, a. ,...:
t Wy aaval kaaaaalla . '
Chartered by the JO
.iff r the exvwese-
n all eases ef )rivat, rbroaia. ana wrinavyai
known that Dr. Raines baa elooel at the
uuii in all tluiir eumuiicaieu wn", m -
the proresaioo lor the past 1n.)F'Tr
tlm KjufaMatun lor the luut
aaBrivrinarvall-llntorUUll. aeraiaai vmmmm-
um, night losses by dreams, pimfilea aa the - J
face, lost manhiHd, eaa poaiuvely be euieaJ
Ladies westing the mat eVIieaks aaeuBaa. eaa J a
oa-writs, flsasaiit koine fur aalietits. A book. .
far Oie million, llarriaire Uuhle. WMen tails
yoa all about these iliaeeatea -wan akonld taarrr ,
--wbv aot 1" cents to pay postage. Dr. Jam a
has m ronms and parlor. Yea see naaaaaasi
. k trcrl. lal. . . ,
ai..M nni.U. whki klla J
thsdoetor Doloehoura, Sa.m. I 1 li nt, bun
aay, to to li. an tnisint
met strictly eeaSdesv '
a i :-n,.-t
Makiiooo I WoasAjmooD I Maaauoat -
Imped uuents to Marriage tbaf cajtssa
and cure. Sent saowre aeaf ed, post, , M ,
id for r,o cents, by Dsx. C. Wiurtiu,
17 St. Charles Street, St. l-oals, M, - -tlte
great ecialiiC i Read kis woraa. .
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