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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNINU, JANUARY 29, 1&2.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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Weekly, ono year
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One time, per yuar, $1 Ml
NVAItlAlll.Y IN AllVANOI.
All Communication should he addressed to
K. A. lHJKNKTT,
Publisher and i'ronrletnr.
11V EMMA Al.ICU IIIIOWNK.
Throo errand nnifidi, hod with Marry lliiht,
Cii mo ilno' thu Kim1 "Jar, tit lireuk of titty ;
Ai ono wiih fair clothed in ci'len inl white;
And one wiih ilurk, mi'l kIh'I In pilinlin uniy ;
l'tilu iuu and ruM-iimry wr;at ln.l tlio lucks of
A nil one wiih crowned wlib rudlunoit, like thj
Ami nni tlio Hilt nt nnirt'l of Hw throe
Was uowli'il, mill shrouded i'Ioho from crown
HtriniKo f'hiii'iirti-rH, In inystlo liln.onry,
III palmer xi rlp himI Kirllf did reveal;
And weird di.'Vlei-a, wrought In ! Itrntiuit irold,
(jllmiiuxed, or puled, upon IiIh iiiutiile't folil.
Upon thn rosy threshold of tho duwn
frt...i. ...1...-I...1 ..,.... .. ............. I
i.,-ii iiwiiki' 'i silil'l'iwn 101 n iowiii,"in in; ,
fn, hy ttoNK! mysterious itnpiilHo drawn,
three went forth, on their itppolutcd
And ever fiirinu'ui, Ritd hiiii'l-iii-hund,
'J'lny wandered titr, thro' nmny tin Hlitm bin 1.
TliJ crmiit uncls, Joinnoylne day by dny,
Thro' I'ltrron wild, or fruitful huiiiiii'T
Gone to it low, I'tcen viilley by the wny, ,
Sit In t!i iiilll of wiiste mid desert sands;
Ili'iicHtti mm mutely p:ilm ti lilltterlinf sliutt
(if bubbling crystal wut r leupt uinl bundled.
"Ob I I Hm woiiry of tho irb'VoiiH road I
I faint iHiifitih I ho burdens I must hear!
Wild tire tin' wastes, nnd tuorna untiiiiiibiTi'd
My fiiltorlnir stops: kind sloop tiwiiilg u
Hit Unit jroldt n hind foil on hT br nl:
"Sweet comni'li H, lot u lurry 1 would rest!"
And In-nth, thi' sombre Htnrcl, tumi d aside
With IMi', the ovcrbiirdotiod: f m in wits ho
In 1 ti nt dim viilley KiiTiimr" to lode;
Hot In! tho iimto mi'l shinud'd, I ! 1 ny,
Wnii irri in. r"ltl, hand t ill I, ! Hum iin,
To 101110 apixiinlcd iil, yet lur withdraw til
And l.lfo, with bruised fii t mii I fulliiiK bninh,
IJoariiiir hi r h"itvy rr", 'tbl foilowi clow;
Lij'kiiii for n -t and nolari- unto ltoaili.
When Unit fur drntlltod Koal to which tb y
That distant, unknown End, l roai-bf'd at lat,
And nil ttU'ir tooiome wiindcrltu it puM !
TLey Let Him Stay.
In tin' curly history of Cnnmiins City,
wlicn Cuhiiiiity Htnl Lcnothy Jolitixin
uii'l Tii'vnnn Cli:ir!ic wen.- tho hon
tn of tlic new jruhl r.mip, t lir! was a
man whom w; will call Dr. Farrar, w ho
w.'iit thcr; partially to rtsay for the
camp nml partially to wear out his
j-imiiT lifo. Dr. Farrar had a pretty
up-hill job of it from the Mart, fur the
mines hadn't 1) xmieil very fast at tir.-t,
ami a pmal many of tho hoys writ their
.simple of ore to Salt Lake or Denver
for a-siv, uml thft rv.t of them used to
silt lii.-t l!nx and pet a hi bhowing and
then Maud him up for hi pay. One
honet miner pilileil the pctlc one nijzht
in tla; a-ay oilice, and old hi pojthcr
holu on Virginia llillllin next day on tin
a-ay of $1..V.'S to tho ton.
After u while Dr. Farrar found that
he had to lock up his mortar llux
in his trunk and .sleep with his cruoihles,
or his reputation as an n-siyist would
hceoine a lt-word and a Metu h in the
no-tri!s uf tiie pilgrim with thepluphat,
and the tenderfoot would siv "lie iiixm
him," and pit upon him and smite him
on the hiipc.
Jn top of all this an injurious report
pot out over tin; canii fellectillp Upon
tlio morality of Dr. Farrar. Society was
in a crude .state, ami most (-very Move-
iljie )1 town Ii Hi 1 la-oil lioretl So 111)1 ot
milet holes that it wouldn't draw, and
there was a general feeling of inse
curity. M i-t every one said that unless steps
were tak.-u to quiet things a little hefnre
long, there would he inti-ie by the en
It w as generally decided thaUhe vigi
lanters would have to begin on Dr.
Farrar. The town was. getting a had
reputation ont-i,),., and soinethinp must
he done. The committee, howcer, was
not in working order, as a part of the
nuinher had gone over toward Last
Chance on a placer stampi'd", and half
n do.eii more were in Laramie (n dis
trict court lui-iness. llowi'vcr, it was
decided that two incmhers of the com
mittee, whom we will call Tnistwcirthy
Ker-ikcs and "The Anniliilator," weru
tlclegalcil to arm themselves and drive
Dr. Farrar out of tow n, or inform him
that they would shoot him on sight.
(treat care was used to prevent Dr.
Farrar from getting any premature no
tice of this arrangement, because tlm.-e
w ho knew his very slirinkimr and gentle
disposition were sure that if he were to
drop on the programme, he would skip
the. camp, ami the amusement woum
iiaVO to ho po.-tpolicil.
It was therefore decided that Trust
worthy Kcr-ikes and "The Anniliilator"'
slioiihl go down to the assay oilice tinned
and prepared to either scare the assayer
to dentil or spatter his quivering llesh
nil over Pole Cat avenue.
About, opposite the palatial dugout
occupied by Calamity, the avengers met
He had just been down to Sam Wood's
and hoisted in about six lingers of w hat
was known at that time as Vinegar Hill
Sheep Dip. It was way-billed over tho
Union Pacific a.s " Tumid crime."
The avengers stood back a moment to
give the fugitive a chance to escape if
ho wauled to, but lie didn't avail him
self of it.
He seemed to court death.
He simply walked up to Trustworthy
Kersikcs anil tw isted the double-barreled
shot-gun out of his hands like a Hash.
Then ho pulled it on the Anniliilator
nnd told him to throw up his hands.
Calmly as though ho were making an
assay on (lilt Ldgo blossom rook, Dr.
Farrar went through tho garments of
the avengers. Tho six-shooter! ho
stowed away in tlio bust of his panta
loons, and the double-barreled shot-gun
ho broko over a pino log nnd threw it up
on tho woodshed.
Then ho told tho avengers that ho
would spare their unprofitable lives this
trip, but if they ever tried to kill him
ngaiu thero would bo a good denl of
hilarity on tho main street. Ho said ho
m not of a revengeful or antagonistic
nMr.i,'I'. but that; If this thing wa9
l ery evening with n limtineo
tk if w J children evory Saturday
1) "r-ould get a repenting, hoo
Dental out t'lu eut 're v'S"ttnc0
' Omoi-Ni), lot Oomi
Vghthtnd Ninth Btroou
HEX OF THU HAL
EON, JOSEPH W. KEIFEH.
Tho new Speaker of the House of
Ileprescntativi s. Hon. Joseph V. Keifer,
was born in Itethcl township, Ohio,
January :i. ls;;i. His early life was
passed on his father's farm, his educa
tion being begun in the common schools
and completed in the Antioch College.
He began the study of law in Spring
field, 0., in W, lind was admitted to
the bar two years later. When the war
broko out he volunteered in the Union
armv, being commissioned major of the
Third Ohio Infantry. April :'7, 101. Ho
was successively promoted to lieutenant
colonel, colonel, and brigadier general,
and was made a major general, by bre
vet, three days after he was mustered
out of tin; volunteer service in which he
had served four years and four months,
and been wounded four limes.
The political career of Mr. Keifer be
gan in IK, wln n he was elected to the
Ohio senate, in which he served two
years, and since then has been elected
to congress three times from the fourth
m -- m
Very Anxious for a Son-in-Law.
"Doss," said a colored man. "I wish
dat you'd state in de paper dat I'se got
a line gal dow n ter my house."
"How much does she weigh? It 1.5 cus
tomary, you know, to give tho number
of pounds," said the editor.
"Liminy see, I doan know, zackly.
Jis say dat she's big enough fur all prac
"Didn't you weigh her?"
"Oh, yes, sah; w eighed her, hut I fur
pet, its been so long ago."
"Why, how old is the girl?"
"IJotit Jininiy see she were born
'bout dt; berginiiin' oh do wah."
"Why, I thought that she had just
been born, and that you wanted a birth
"No, sali. I wants a notice what'll
fetch men arouu' ter my hotise. Do lack
is, boss, tlat I'sc tired oh de gal an'
wants to git her oflcii my hands. Jes
say tlat she's a likely 'onian, an' will
make any man a good w ife. She ain't
got but one eye, but. boss, she can look
powerful wid de udder one. An' I wants
yer pussonel 'lluetice. If ycr sees a
man, no matter ef he ain't got. but one
hug, lookin fur a wife, sen' him down
ter olo Sam's house." Arkansas Ja
zdU. How to Live Long.
We have to a great cent the power
of prolonging our lives. Living by rule
and obeying nature's simple laws may
seem very irksome to pfopk'at tirst, but
doing so "soon becomes a habit, and a
blessed habit, ami one that tends to hap
piness, to comfort, and to length of day s.
A great ileal might be said about tho
lienetits ot regularity in our moues aim
ways of living. Asa proof of the hone
lieiality of regular living is the fact that
old people who have onue settled down
in a kind of groove of life cannot be un
settled therefrom, even for a few days,
without danger to health and life itself.
They may have, perhaps, their regular
time for getting up in the morning, cer
tain methods of ablution, certain kinds
and qualities of food and drink, certain
hours fur taking these, certain times for
rest, exercise, and recreation, and a
hundred other things which, taken sep
arately, may seem but triilcs. but taken
in the aggregate make up their lives,
and they know and feel that they must
not be unsettled. The wheels of life
will run long in grooves, but soon run
out over rough, irregular roads. Habits,
whether good or bad, arc easily formed
when one is young, but when one gets
up in years it is terribly dillieult and oft
times dangerous to set them aside.
Therefore, study, if you would live lung,
to be regular in your habits of life in
every way, and let your regularity have
a good tendency.
Vanderhilt University, Tenn.
As a disinfectant and detergent, Trof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is superior to
any preparation with which I nm acquain
ted. II. T. Litton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid purifies a foul
atmosphere, destroying the infectious germs,
gives relief nnd comfort to the Bick and pro
tection from contngion to thoso nursing.
In nil cases of small-pox, scarlet fever,
diptheria, typhoid, yellow and relapsing
fevers its use will stop tho spread of infec
tion. Foil laruo back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
A Cotigli, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Aeglect frcquentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on-
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough Byrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
thu Throt Troubles which Singer9 and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, nnd always
give perfect Butistaction. Having been
tested by wide nnd constant use for nearly
an ontiro generation, they havo attained
well-merited rnuk among the few Btaplo
remedies of tho ngc. Sold at 23 cents a
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 1
On Thirtv Duv's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. I)vn'a Odt.l.rntnil F.lec
tro-Voltuic Uults and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for U0 dayg to young men
ami other persons fllllicted with Nervous
Debility. Lost Vitalitv. etc..
- f n rr
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. AIho for Kheutmi
tibm, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, ItupUrc, and many other
diseases, liiusturteu pamphlets sent tree.
Address Voltaic I5ult. Co., Marshall, Mich.
Si.eeplesh NioiiTS made miserable by
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Fuul 0. Schuh, Agent. 3
Catahuh cchkd, health and Bweet breath
secured by Bhiloh's Catarrh Itemed. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul 0.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Allen's Bruin Pood positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $3. All
druggists. Rend for circular to Allen's
Pharmncy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by 1'arclay Urns.
II. F. McCarthy, druggist, Ottowa, Out.,
states that he was alllictcd with chronic
bronchitis for some years and was com
pletely cured by the use of Thomas' Elec
'o Humbugging' the American People.
You can't humbug the American people,
when they find a remedy that suits them;
they use it nnd recommend it to their
friends. Just exactly the case with Spring
Blossom which has become a household
word all over the United States. Price
fiQ cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
Found at Last.
What every one should have and never
he w ithout, is Thomas' Electric Oil. It is
thorough and safe in its effects, producing
the most woriderotis cures of rheumatism,
neuralgia, burns, bruises, and wounds of
Win, vou st'XKEK with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitnlizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul O. Schuh,
Tnr.itK i9 more strength restoring power
in a 50 cent bottle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of malt or a gallon
of milk. As an apetizer, blood puriGcr and
kidney corrector, thero is nothing like it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
for mind and body See other column.
A Renovating Remedy
Is to u found in Burdock Blood Bitters
As an antidote for sick headache, female
weakness, biliousness, indigestion, consti
pation, and other diseases of a kindred
nature, these bitters are invaluable. Price
Faded or gray hair gradually recovers it
youthful color and lustre by the useo
Parker's Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing
admired for its purity and rich perfume.
He that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But he that trusteth in
Spring Blossom for curing liver, kidney,
ami complaints ot a like tendency, snail
nevtr he disappointed. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
l,I have used Burdock Blood Bitters with
great benefit for indigestion and constiri'
tion of the bowels.'' Price $1-00.
C. L. Easoon,
Foil immured digestion, and for debility
ri t -
from any cause, I know of nothing equal to
Fellows' Coninoiind llvnonhosohites. Its
- - , - i . .
direct effect in strengthening the nervous
system reuders it suitable for the majority
ot diseases. Weakness ot tlie joints auu
muscles, impurity of the blood, and inward
wasting may be cured by Fellows' Hy-
Wm. S. Howe, M. D., Pittsfield, Me.
' Siiii.oii's Couon and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. FaulG. Schuh, Agent. C
Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uncqunled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Siiii.oii's Vitai.izeh is what you need for
Conatiimtion, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Bokdkn, Seu.eck & Co., St. Louis, sel.
the best and cheapest Car Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
Headache is effectually cured by
wunaiT's ind:an vkokt.uii.k rii.i.s, which
cleanso the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Ckoit, Wnooi'iNO Coctiit ami Hronchitis
tmnieiliately relieved by hlulohs Cure
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 8
l r r TTN Great chanco to makn mnn
I i I I IV ey. Those who always take
111 II i I I advantaiioof the Kood chan
IJI ee to make money that aro
v-n v -m-ms ,)v,,r,,(ji (jonufHlly becninti
w ealthy, whllothoe who do
not tmnrovo qcd cnances romaln in poverty, no
want manv men. women, bovs and clrl to work foi
nsrlnhtln their own localllle. Anyonecando
tan work properly rrom the nrst start. Tlio utisi
ness will par more than ten times ordinary wane.
Expensive out At furnished free. No ono who imb
ues falls to makl money rapidly. You can devote
your whole time to tho work, or only your pr
moment, Ktill Information and all that Is neeilsd
eut free. Address Btlusou & Co., 1'uitlaud, Maine.
Indian Blood Syrup.
ft Ml iJ
&5 rC!. i'tiiirr
Iivspi'psla, Liver !!
easi-H, Fever hihI Akiik
I lenrt lljsfHNf, HillnllK-
Hess, NervuuH liebillty
THE HEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN !
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
fhl Svrnp poMfuua varied propertlm: It tim
tilntfi the ptyalloe In thu nallva, which couvcrtH
tlio rlarch and misHr of the fooil tntii uluciine. A
deficiency in ptyuline cnm wind and nourinj,' of
tho fond In the olomach. If the mcillclu j Mton
linmtdlatuly after eating, the furnieulutlon of lod
It ails upon tho Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates tlie Bowels,
It 1'urllleH tlie Wood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It I'roniotes rtlgt'stlnn,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the 0M Blood anil makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It neolrullzes the hereditary taint, or poison in
tho blood, which ireneratca Scrofula, Ervtlp'lai,
and all wanner of ftkl-i DincaBee and Internal hu
rnori. Thero are no ttpirlls employed In Its maniifactnre
and ll can he taken hy the niont delicate habe.or liy
the aged anil feeble, care only being required In at
teutii n to directing.
Galva, Henry County, Ill(.
I wai siifTi rlne from Sick Headache and D'r.r.l-
neff) n that I ciiuld not attend to my household du
ties, and a nliort trial of Dr. Clark Juhnton'e Indi
an Wood Syrup effectually cured me.
MRS HELEN ELKINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., 111.
TI Is I to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup ha cured mo of 1'aln In the Buck. It
Is t valuable medicine. MHS WOOD.
Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
Thli U to certify that I wn afflicted with Palpi
tation if the Heart for manv year I tried (llilur
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to ftrengthen. 1 at lust
re ivtfl to try Dr. Clark Johnson Indian Blood
hymp. which proved to bo a positive cure not on
ly cni'nc the Heart Dl'ease, but also a Sick Head
acli walch bad been troubling me,
MltS MA BY A. NKAL.
I wss afflicted w ith Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia aud failed to cet relief, nlthoni:h uslne mtitll-
cine from our best doctors I commenced Ui-lnu
Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup, and ashort trial
enrea me. t. w . KlsiMi. aiolluo, in
Tills certifies that Ir. Clark Johnson' Indian
Illood Syrup has eflectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be said in praise of It.
W. K. WlMMhlt, Bedford, Mo.
Arents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or village, in which I have no
aent. particulars given on application.
DHUiGISTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 West 8d t., N. T. City.
a week In your own town. $5 outfit
free .No risk, every thins new, canl
tl not required, we will furnish yon
cvcrylhlnt! .Many are making for
tunes i.umes make as mticu as men,
and boys and tilrls make treat pay
Iteuder, If you want a busluyssat which you can
make irreat pav all the time you work, write forp ar
ocular loll. iJaileu Jt o. ror'.iana, laiuu.
J0TICE TO CO.NTHAC'TOItS.
I'itt Ci eiik's C FfKU, Canto, Iix., Jan. 24,
Seal i'il proposals will he received at this office,
directed to the CUy Council of the city of (Cairo,
until time ol meeting of the City Couucll on Tues
day evening. February 7th. 1SS.'. for furnishing the
muterlal and ilomiithe work ordolnittho work nee
essarv for the construction and reconstruction of
the followlni! sidewalks, to be constructed of wood,
viz : On the easterly side of Sycamore street, from
Twenty-third street toTweaty-ntuin street; on the
norllieriy sliieol seveiiiuntii aireei, iroin wasn
Ington avenge to W alnut street. As provided by
ordinance No. 7S, approved November Shi, IW1,
which ordinance Is now on tlio In tic ofllco nnd
subject to examination at any time, l'ersons bid
ding for the construction of above sidewalks shall
be reiiuired to L'ive ai:"d and sulllclettt bond as
provided by section si. of chapter lt of cltv ordi
nances. Said bond to accompany bid. Tlie par
ty or parties lo whom the coiuract will be let to be
paldottt of moneys iirlsiint from special assessment
lo be collected from the property ow ners w ose
property abut on tild sidewalks, w hen same Is
collected and paid overtothe city treasurer.
The rlL'ht to reject any ar.d all bids r-'serv d by
the city. D. J. Ft'LEV,
Hiilbei t Uros. Uliolesalo Trice List.
4 I'iano, 7 oct,, square, rosewood, ctltved,
ak-raflo JIM 00
7 Piano, upr. 7li oct., cabinet graud 171
I SI Organ, 4 sets reeds, II stop it grand nrgau Ml 00
OH " (1 set. reod, 1:1 stops, ciupler, sub bass 74 W
Our Pianos and Organ warrtnted flrst class.
2 Violin outfit, box how, strings, complete.... 3 00
3 " criMiion model, extra fine H fin
4 Ac.corileon, H keys, bass box, line tona 1 no
tl ' It) " 1 slop, S els reds, perfect:! l
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna concert, 24 hole 6l
9 " (leuulito ltlchter, HI holes, . 8. 114
II " " concert tlonhlo 'Jl hole " 1 Oil
II Clarionet, genuine Martin," keys, boxwood 6 00
17 Fife, In ebony, (terninn silver ferulm MM I
10 Music box, 1 tunc, crunk, lino 1 10
1!) " 8 tunes,, wind wllh levor, large 21 Oil
20 Violoncello, patent, machine head, good.. ID (0
22 Double Bass, patent liead, 3 or 4 atrlnii.. 21 00
24 llultar, maplo, maclilito head, fine finish., 4 on
27 Banjo, 10 lmh, 4 bras bracket S mi
28 Cornet, brass cornpoeon tylo case Acrooks 9 0
Ho Druin, brass, I'tusslun, Ornameiiled II 00
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Bros.' IS
Silver " ' " " " 10
Steel ' " " " " "
Gut, Russian, (lernmti or Italian, best quality 15
Instruction Books Howe's or Wluners, any
t( (Ht( it tit llMIIMIMII
Having Just made a good trade for loo Singer
Sewing Machines, will null lb em for $25 each whllu
Money Is quite safe In common letter If plainly
Term strictly cash with order. Will take
Agents and dealer send for our 40 page Catalog""
On above net wholesalo Patau agent can make
UK) per cent profit.
Call on us when yon como to St. Louis.
Itcfereiicei: Any bank or wholusalu hour In
Htiltiert Hro. I the only General Wholesale
MubIc House In St. houls.
0) Olive Street, Salut Louli, Mo.
We glvamaEor'g gnay--J ' antes ftpB rears, ana aid Diana a
ryUA 2 f rft fVclV -. t ft fif m jot) nm
ti-.M I Kfe 'aar xv iyj1. L! Is : J & k 8m Deal-
V-A '' Inatruiuont,
seen tiur KHW
loguo. S END
can gut ISKTTEU
AT I.KAST Ono
lug on, or ordur-.
J. L. rSTEES, 307 IT.
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Over 2,000,000 Bottles
rur CfMIL'llP. COIU". HOru iro:ir. iruni' lit H. KMttimu
i i. , ...
ttiroat, chest and Iiiiujh.
BaLsoni of Tohi
throat, chest and Iiuhjh. '
, , , , . all disease of ibe throat, chest and Innc,
t i it has never been ho advoutnucoiisly conipountled as in the eelehnited Tula, Koek and Kve. In ad
dlllon to ItssootltitiL' liaisauiic propertlc, It tillorda k dillusive sllnnilunt and tonic, to build up iho
system alter the coujjh. lias been relieved.
HTPUT UP IS Vl'ART SIZR 1J0TTLFS FOlt FAMILY USK, PRIOR $l.00?i
f) A T TT I f 1,,' n',, 'l0 ' eelved by dealers who try to palm oir upon you Kock and Hve In
V . 1VJ Place of our Tolu, Hock and Hye, which Is tho onlv medicated article made
the genuine ha a private die proprietary stntiipon each bottle.
The TOLL', KOCK and KVK CO., riojirietors, 41 Kiver street, Chicago, 111.
Sold hy Dunnns-i's, (Ikockiw and Dealkus Kvi:iiyvheke.
Fort n up ! A cents write nnleV I Territory frefl.
8i iiltn '.y ih'w i"' I nel. tor n il. ie-u, .t. I'roii, l.
ini( r.e:: lor se v.tiif a'.u ail itm' tMnis. Ji.ile...
ttiier I ti!n fr '. h ( o-i art a ivrfVri I'our Hjirlior,
Tlio 1'. T. Cutlet Wire In It Co..:.kl7UiAvo.J. V.
A M A K E S
33r. S. SlbV.a's Si-tcmalPileEcaedy
Sive ! i... tun t, 'ell,' r ntidiaanlnf.illibte
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
pol.1hvPmifiri-tMevervwl.ere Prlre fl isipi-r hot
rrim bvit. hunij.V .-tit .('lo I'liyiclali
Klr.M"'"r ru, t ' I' N.-'i-t'o-.H-T A-1 r.. llox
K.w trn-k., itv. Sole li)Hiiniiu.r..iri'rM(..I ' InilMjii."
Hl-ll'V r"r i"' W'IU ''"Proved Interest
1lul 1. It. i table, calendar, etc. Sent to any
address on receipt ol two tbrei-cent stamp. Ad
dress CI. Bib s K. Hires. 4S North Helaware avenue,
J lor the winter In liiriiiini; dilrni.s. Very
I hirirn returns for cotiipunitlvely lutlo labor,
j "pmm For full particulars HiMresa inilni'dlntely
B in ! ri ult A4 E JtUIIOTai lruila, .V.
8CID MFD At AWARD I'D
th' A tirhnr. A iiiriinlKrit M- it
Wil V. orkWftrTftDU'il t titt lt, nnd
riH-aMmt., iiiilmiH'Ur-'iliiu to fvury
lunn.t'nt'tlcd "tlm hriDtirnuf I.iftt
nr,Silf-t'nB.'rviiii(n liouiul in
lilM'Ml 1 ri'Ml'tl IlttLMlm, fiTlttM ftt4-4
full Kill. .'in p,cinijiuiH iM BUtiful
1? '-.' f"j lions, prien on'y $1 ii
tfttiWAfj 'if mailt iIlutralHliiiiiio
s'sJr U sn.lniiw.Aiitns IVhIk
ir unfit bf
rVlHTO TnVQPl V ' 1 Instant. ., .r nr. W. II I'AI
ratUII lUlUliJjl.KKH.No 4 llnlflnenst. Button.
ty U..sl..rln !rtii-.V I'.-rfunv
jCTBlfj 'V. fli-nMiirs i.f lll.-. 4
'-1X ' . V V.,. iirv..ryt, ,al,-.
All l uriiH-r, Mutticn,, l.ininci iMv.ii, Mct.'i-ia
icti, fie, who nru tired out by work or worry, and
all who ore mi.scr.ible w ith Iysp?psU, Klicuma-i
tiim, NcurJi.i, or I towel, Kidney or Liver Com
pl. ilntS you can hoi nvi.'ornted nndcimd hytnlnf
It you .itu wjhiiiiow!iywiU Loiiui"iii""ii, Jj "J
sipati.in or any wcukiwss, vhi will hivl i at kers
tjiiii;er 1 onic the prcatcst I'.l.iod fertilizer anu inc.
and f.irtuiH-riorti Bittcrjand olh'T lonlcr,, n It
tiinMs up Ihu nyDfin, but never intoxuul'-s. V
rt. and.! H.srr,Y ro.,Cbsniivts. V. V
I JL JLtV.2 ;Bji
fe I. Ttr 7 iLt .....v.. 1 Ihi. ImlV
Thn Best Known Rpmcdy for
Backache or Lamo Dack.
Rhoumatism or Lamo Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Nouralela or Kldnov Dlsoaso.
Lumbago, Sovoro Achosor Polns
Ate Superior to nil other Plaster.
Arc (superior to l'mls.
AroHtiperlor to l.tnlnient.
Are Superior to Olntim nt or falvr.
They Act Immediately.
They Kelleve Tain nt Once.
They Positively Cure,
ters iiavensen imimtoa. no
not allow your dmj;e;lt to
ters Inivo been Irullalud. Do
tialm HIT s.itiiu other rlaster bavins similar
See that th word i spelled
IS-A-l -V-l-fl K.
1'plrii e fl.
SEAOUHY A JOHNSON.
Alttiiiilai turlnii ClieinisK New 1 ork.
MliFK IIKMKIIV A1.HT. IMejttB.
MLAU'8 Modicattd CORN and UUNIUN PIASTLB.
l,i' i 4bl m, i m Jw-r.'fc. hVrf fKJl nil i Ii lALl
llti, by or
VST 1 Lyon
I'OU O N 11,
:.l toil nt
V"t; sell on
lag Iroia us.
Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS,
fttiy ft lint
nnonm.m U r-Mi.sttm.nl,... 1 ,.n .ir , 4 1.
1 " "" u""'p"
Una always been one oftheniD-t Important
wenpeu wli.'ltled by tlm inedlciil faculty
inriiinsi the t'lieioai'liinunts of Cunulis, Colds,
Briniihitis, Asthma, ho re Tbr.-iit. Consump
tion In lis inclnleut and advanced stuees. and
Hy addressing il.l) I'. ItuWIil.L .t CO., 10
Spruce M., New York, can b arn the exact cost of
any proposed line of advert inlni: In American news
paper. trhl-pa,'u pamphlet, s.'."c.
YOlVri A! VK l! ya wi"1'1 Iirn Teiewa-
JWUllVJ itllill pliy in lour inoiiths, and be
certain of a situation, uildress Valeutlue lirother.
A YEAK and expenses to agents. Out
aiB iree. Auoress
j. O. VltKKHV, Attijusta, Mo.
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