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lydia e. pinkhaf.v8
In 1 1'osltlv ('tiro
Fer all the Painful Complaint, and Wtabaeeaea
so ooraraoa to our best female sopulatloa.
A Medicine for Woman. I nvsntsd bjr Woman.
Prepared by Woman.
fa. Gml( hIII Irtwofrrr Wan Ik D pf Hlatarr.
"Fit revive ths drooping iiilriu, Invla-orate. and
hAraoaUo th organic functions, give, olutlclty and
Qraneasto therttp, restore tlienatural lustra toftj)
7, and plants on th pale ehw k of woman, the fre i
roea of lift's spring and early summer time.
rCPh)ilclan U.e It and Pretcrlbe. It Frtely 'it
It removes falntamu, flatulency, dustroys all craving
for ttlmuhuit, and relieve wmlcnxa of the itomvh.
That fatllng of buartng down, cauring pain, welg hi
and ua kaohe, u alway. permanently rurwl by It. in
F or Out nx of Kldaey Complaint of either hi
thU Compound I unsurpassed.
ITDIA K PIVKHAiri TU.OOO ITRIFIFR
will antUlcute ovury vectors n( ItuiieTs fmm in
Blood, and Kite miiii and stnnjfth i th iy.Utin, of
man womiuiur child. Insist on having It,
D 'ththa Compound and III'khI Parilb-rar prepared
atU.nl SO, Wiaf rn venue, Lynn, Mass. Frireuf
althrr, il. fill bottb for Bent by maU Is tha form
of pilb, ir of lnK'svn, on recvlpt of prim, tl per bus
(oreltbrr. Mm. Itiikhara frwly annrarn all letter, of
Inquiry. bielueaSctiaaiiip. bend fur patujihut.
Tn fsmlly -hould without I.THU E. ITNKTUSf
UVKtt I'll.IA Tle-v euro cutuliuailon, lnhuuimca)
aud tvrpiilityuf tut liver, v, cent, per but.
$rKod by all Druggist.' d)
awM ViItAVl alJa.
Invalid who aro recovering vital stamina, declare
iu grateful terms their appreciation of the rnartla
as a tonic, if Hosteller htoniach Hitter. Not
only doe It imparl atr:ii th to Hie weak, but It
ucorn.ci an irr. j!ar acid ruteofllie stumncb,
mnlic Hie huwla . t at utuprr lntTval, tlvvii
uaat) to thoni! who nulfer Iroin rhuumailn Hinlkiil.
ney troulik'n, ami confjiii-r ai well a ireveuta
For r a!u by u'.l VrunilH anil Dcik-r generally,
The I!a I ami Worth U ss
are never imiitt;d hihI counterfeited. Tliis
is especially true f a family medicine, and
it iH positive pr Kit that the remedy imita-
teu a dt the hiL'htht value. As soon as it
had been tested and proved ly the whole
world that Hop Bitters wag the purest, best
and most valuable lamily medicine on
earth, many imitations sprung up and be
gan to steal the notices in which the press
and people ot the country had expressed
the merits ct U. li., ami in every way trylns
to induce sulferinir invalids to use their
BtutT instead, expecting to make money on
the credit and t'ood name of II. U. Many
others started nostrum put up in similar
stylo to II. H., with variously devised narocB
in which tlie word "Hop" or Hops'' were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same as Hop liitters. All
Buch preten led remedies or cures, no mat
ter what their stvle r name is. and es
pecially those with the word ''Hop" or
"Hops in their rrame or in any way con
nected with them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits, lleware of them.
Touch none of them. Use nothing but gen
uine Hop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster
or green Hops on the white label. Trust
nothing else. Druggists Hnd dealers arc
warned against dealing in imitations or
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
of the present generation. It la for the
Curo of this dlaonso and Its attanclnats,
fEFSlAJ CONSTOATIOWrPIIES, etoTthat
ftJTT'S PILL8 have galued 0 , vrorlowTdS
reputation. 'NoItemedy haa ever 5oeq
3Iso6vered that acta, so (ientlyontho
Hlnestive organs, giving tfiem vlgorto aC
ilmtlate food. As a nutulnr result, the
Kervoua Bystorn iaBrice"dt theJMusolos
are Developed, and" the Body Robust.
Olxllls vnci Zottoz.
B. RIVAL, a Plsntor at Bayou Sara, Ls.,aayai
Uy plantation la In a malarial dlatrtot For
several years I oould not make half a orop on
aooount of bilious dlananea and chills, I was
tinarly dlscouraired when I began the uas of
TUTT'B PILLS. The result was marvelous 1
toy laborers soon became hearty and robust,
and I have bad no further trouble.
' Thry w-llpvelheeniroriredl.lrr.rlnaiiaa)
that Hlood fum polaonaua haiiMtra, nn4
rauar tit Ixiwela tu met natiintlly, wltb
ut which no on ran fori well.
Try I lila remedy ftilrly, and you will sain
hwtltlir ItlkToallon, Vlnnua IImI t. Pure
nimHl, Mlroiikr Nerves, anil skSUiunn Liver.
Prlee, US enU. Olllo.lt..tlurray U. la. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
'Ray Haiii ,ir WHtaKi..s rliansod to a Oloaav
Pi.aok by a ample application (if this Dvk. It
uminrlaa nntiiml eolor.aml acta InntniiUimxiu.ly.
V'll tiy DniRKlsta, or aunt by ox proas on reoelpl
or One Dollar.
Offloe), 8B Murray Street. Nw York.
(Of. Tl'TTn MANUAL InlMablav
Information mn fjmuffl Boeoipf I
! s tMfliisti rau m wmHswWsia.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
1rm ol Bubaoriptlon.
mn or foaraei:
lall one yc ar bycurriiT .,., 113 0)
(t percent, dlacount II paid In advanco.)
;)W f.onayear by mall 10 nc
Oaily.ouo mcintt...M. i o
Weekly, ono year... ,m 3 w,
weHiy. n month M 1 cwi
r-fCluba of Ave or more for Wekly Bulletin at
meiimu, pur yuar,l txi
INV4IIIAHLT IU anVANCI.
All Communicalions eboulU bo addrcaood to
K. A. UUKNKTT,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. F. ..ajiiiijik, rlrr editor of 'ni Bullbtih
and ateamboitt pKfeni;er aijent. Ordera for all
kliidaof "tuamboat Job priiulnu aollr.ited. Office
at bower 1 Kuropoan llotul. No. 73 Ohio levee.
HTAOE8 Olf THE IlIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 23 feet 0 iuches and fall
ing. Cincinnati, March 19 -O p. ru. River 17
feet 1 nyh and falling.
Pittsburgh,'Marcbl9-6p.m River 6 feet
0 inches and rising.
Louisville, March 190 p. m. River 8
feet 4 indies and rising.
Nashville, March 19 -0 p.m. River 7
feet 6 inches and tailing.
Chattanooga, March 19-6 p. m. River
3 feet 10 inches and fulling.
St. Louis, March 19 6 p. m. River 18
feet 8 inches and falling.
The Gus Fowler will report here this 2
p. ra. from Paducah, and leave hero on her
return trip at 5 p. tu. She connectB with
the trains here going north, south, east and
The Will Kvle left Cincinnati Saturday
evening for New Orleans and is due here
The Chas. Morgan is on her way up from
New Orleans for Cincinnati.
Parties who desire to ship freight on the
Tyler must have it on tho wharf before 10
o'clock as she leaves promptly at that time.
The Commonwealth from Vickfcburg is
due here to-day for St. Louis.
The Andy Baum from Memphis passed
up Suuday afternoon loaded flat for Cincin
nati. The B. S. Rhea arrived here last evening
at 7 o'clock, loaded flat. She discharged
considerable freight at the I. C. wharfboat,
also 150 tons of pig iron for St. Louis. She
had about 50 passengers and left on her
return trip at 2 a. m.
The David R.Powell, trom New Or
leans arrived last evening at 6:30. She
had a good trip and departed for St. Louis
at 8 p. m.
The Golden Rule from New Orleans is
due to-morrow tor Cincinnati. She has
good up-stream trip.
The Vint Shinkle is due to-morrow morn
ing for Memphis.
Yesterday was a terrible rough day both
on land and water, but it simmered down
considerably last night vmhout a possibili
ty of it being warm enouuby noon to-day
to drink ice cold lemonade, wear a duster
and uso a parlor leaf fan vigorously.
Ihe hlla Kimbrough left here for St
Louis yesterday morning at 9 o'clock when
tho wind was blowing a perfect gale, but
Cspt. Kimbrough said ho was bound to go
and lie did.
The Henry A. Tyler leaves here promptly
this morning at 10 o'clock for New Mad
1 iie u. v. ucncncK arrived hero yester
day at 1 p. m. for New Orleans. She re
ceived about 300 tons and departed during
1 he ivate Adams takes the horns from
the James Loo, as she made tho run on her
last trip from Helena to Memphis in
hours 18 mitiutes, a distance of 90 miles
and had to go three miles out of her route
to make it. This is extraordinary time,
beats the Leo's time just minutes.
The Kate Adams is the fastest boat below
except the J. M. White.
1110 magniucieat new palaco steamer
City of St. Louis of the Anchor Line, leaves
St. Louis Wednesday eveninr for N
' - ra - - -' " '
Tho Arkansas City leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The News of an Hour.
Strange that women aro not more
extensively employed ns nowsgntherg
f..r tho press! "Why," said Fogg, "Mra.
i. went out visiting t'other day, and not
withstanding that she had been poiui
less than an hour, when nho cauio home
she was fairly overflowing with now nnd
recondite information. Our next door
neighbor on one side had gone Into
bankruptcy and his creditors wore rain,
ing 11 terrible pother about It; our neigh
bor on t'other side had been treatiug his
family in a most shameful manner, nud
fvetbodywastnlktiignboiititi a wedding
w as on the carpet across the way, not
withstanding nobody could see what ho
ever could see In her to fall In love with;
two persons had been carried out of tho
world just below 11.1, nnd three inoro
brought into It two or three doors above;
Mrs. A. had got a new silk dress, Mrs.
U. had made over her old one and llrs.
C. had declared that Parson Jones' wifo
wasn't a hit sociable. All this, and
much more botilde. And I," continued,
Fogg, "must travel all over town, from
now till midsummer, nnd I wouldn't
have found out one-hundredth part of
tho intelligence that woman picked up
in one short hour."-lionton I rantcripi.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1883.
New Bmomkieijj, Miss., Jan. 2, 1880.
I wish to say to you that I have been suf
fering for tho lust fivo years with a severe
itching all over. I have heard of Hop Bit
ters and havo tried it. I have used up four
bottles, and It hss done mo moro good
t'mn all the doctors and medicines that they
could use on or with me. I am old and
poor but teel to blohs you for such a relief
by your medieino and from torment of tho
doctors, I have had fifteen doctors at me.
One guvo mo seven ounces of solution of
arsenic; another took four quarts of blood
from inc. All they could tell was that it
was skin sickness. Now, nfier these four
bottles of your medicine, my skin is well,
clean and smooth as ever.
Foil Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee on everv bottle
ofShiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little suHl-rcr immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrha-i, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ie
duces Inflammation, and gives tone end
energy to the whole Bj-htem. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the :aste, and is the proserin"
tion of oue of the oldest and best female
physicians snd nurses in the United States,
ami is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Mrs. F.Cada,7'10 20th st., Chicago, says:
"I have tried everything for neuralgia, und
nothing relieved me but Brown's Iron Bit
ters." Xew Jersey Port Wine The Best.
Dr. E. II. Janes a noted physician of the
New York Board of Health says:
I take great pleasure in testifying my Hp
probatiou of superior qualities ol the
Port Wine produced by Mr. A. Speer, of
Passaic, New Jersey. I have been to this
vineyard and cellar.
After a prolonged trial I can confidently
recommend the wine as a superior article
for the sick and debilitated, aud all those
who require vinous stimulation and invig
I shall continue to employ it in my prac
tice in all cases where a pure article of wine
is called for the sick; and shall do all in
my power to foster and encourage its pro
duction. For sale by Paul O. Schuh.
C"Dresses, cloaks, coats, stockings and
all garments can bo colored succeoifully
with tho Diamond Dyes. Fashionable col
ors ouly 10c.
"Those whoso deaden seusation and
stupefy tho patient to relieve suffering
make a grave mistake. They proceed uoon
the false idea that it is legitimate to procure
renei irom pain oy destroying physical
sensibility. This method, carried to the
last extremity, would kill tho patient to
end suffering. It is not presumed that
Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable Compound
will raised the dead nut it often does re
store inose are given up as tiopeie.ss cases.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leadmg to
the above-mentioned section, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
nce8t make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia "oinect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to tho
West and Northwest, cot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
Hue, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. Kinsan, , F. Chandler,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent
A Nasal Injector tree with each bottle
of Shiloh's Cataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strongest tests as to its merits in
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen
erative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed ; test it. $1 ; 0 for fi. At drug
gists. D11. Kline's Gheat Nekve Rbstokek is
the marvel of the ago for a'l nervo diseases.
All fitSBtopped free. Send to 91 Arch
street. Philadeloia. Pa.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
CT B Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEM
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar LoocIh u Spocinltv.
Cor, Twelfth Street aiid Leyee,
I CUKE FITS!
Wntin I say cure I do not moan morely to atop
Ultra for a time and then have Ilium mtnrn a.M.1..
Li?.!!!"1 ? rrt'rl re. I have made the dlxe.no of
KITH, EHII.UPHY or FALUNO HICKNEsh a
nro long atudy. I warrant my remedy to curu tbe
worm canue . RecaiLu others have fulled la no rea
son rir not now receiving a cure, bend at once for
a ireatlae and a Kreo Hoitle ol my liifalllble rem
edy, (ilve Ei-proa aud Post Offlce. It coit. yoo
not hi iik for a trial, aud I wN euro you.
AMrtm Dr. t. K, root,
1X3 I'eurl Ht New York.
AND LACK VITAl. ENERGY?
The Howard Oulranlo Shield and oar othor Plactro
Gi.lvunio.ad Minu0 Ai.pllnare. and GariUHntVare
a .ure cur. for .Nrvou. 1I,IX J'sral Ti"
Vital Knew W.,k uJS. K E I "a and K?Crh
rwiaiuu. an.) are ad,.ted .0 milK A BEX '
rMU-. .re the very luteal Improved, and ant ml?
hlaciric aod Mwnatlc treatment I, 0f tooeHt Thow i,)r
At once reaoh tile .eat ol dlMwe, n. their action I.
direct tu Servou., Muncular, and fienemtlvefinTer,
sielily rettorinn the vitality which I. F licO r
iny trios in natural way overcome the waekne
without drairalnK the .tomiih. They will raw e?e
o- .hort of .tructural defeneration, and "11
prepared to fnrnl.h the moat emphatic a "d ahlia
aont i ree or In sealed enveloiw for Sc .oitKe.
C:snltitloa I iMreiMun,. .....
Iieoplear alwavgoti the took
out for chaucea to iiicrcaiiu
their earning", and In time
become wealthy; thoe who
do not Improve their oppor
tunities remain In tmvertv.
We ofl'er a Kreat chance to make money. Wo wait
many men, woman, hoys and eirla to work lor u
r1t;ht In their own localities Any one can do the
work properly frcim the first aiart. The bualm'ta
will pay more thin ten tlmea ordinary wages. Ex
pensive ouifit furnished free. No ono who ennat'en
talis to make money rupldly. You can duvt;te
your whole time to the work, or onlv your apnre
moments. Full Information and ail that la needed
sent free. Address ST1S SON 4 '.'O. Porllund. Mv.
JOHN80N'S ANODYNE LINIMENT m
potlToly prevent thi. terrible diseaw, and will po.
lively cure nine ea out of t n. Informaticn that
win save many livmi, si-nt fr by mall. D-m't delay a
moment, l'revintlfm I. k't tor ttian cure. 1.S.JOI1N.
SON CO., JIOSTOS. MASS., f..rmerly BiaooB, Ms.
UrrABtkms' iTuuiTTta Iiuji make new rich blood.
PORT GRAPE WINE
1 it rhv
Spker's Port Grape "Wine !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
TniS CELEBRATED NATIVE W'lJJK Is mudo
from the Juice of tbe Oporto Grape, raised In
thi. country. Its Invaluable tonic and strenjth.
enluK properties are uuanrpaxsed hv any other
Native Wine. Bi'Idk tho pure Juice of the (Jrnpe,
produced under Mr. Speer 's own personal "tipurvl
sion, its purity and genuineness, are Kiaranteed.
Th-) youni'Pt child miiy partake of Its gi-neroua
qualtlies, and the weakest invalid u e It to advan
tage It Is particularly beneficial to the aged and
debilitated, and suited to the various ailments that
affect the weaker sex. It is In every respect A
WINE TO BK KEI.IED ON. v
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. SUEUR V Is a wlno of Superior Char
acter and i-artakesof the rich qnnlttles of the grape
from wh'rb It is made For I'urlty, Klchneaa, Kla
voi and Medicinal Troperties. it will be found un
excelled. Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This BKANDY stauds unrivaled in this Country
hclngfar superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
puredistillatlon from tbe gripe, and contains val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delicate du
vor, similar to that of the grapes, from which It is
nistiued, aud is in great ravor among flrxt-clasH
famlUe. See that the signature of ALFKKI1
M'I'.kk, l a-saic, iN. J u over the cork of each
Hold Uy PAUL, SOU I J II
AND BY MtUUJISTS KVERYWJUiRK.
r7 ."a A wueK ma(1'' al nome y '-hi 'ndus
X, t ublic. Capital ,uol
Ilestbuslnues now before tho
1 I j win start you. Men
Kin" waiiiea everywnere to work
for US Nnw is tlio tin,,. v., ...,
work In iprre time, or give vour whole' time to the
uim iiei-B. ito oincr Dusiiiexs w 1 DBv n muriu
as well. No one can fall to make enornions tiav.
by eugagelng at once. Costly outfitsnd term. r
Monev made ftmt. eiiullv. mil hnn,.F.i.iH a.i.i
iiiuu. urn., Augusta, maino.
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Apnllancei in lent as 30 D.v.' Tri.L
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
Lost Vitalitv, Lc or Nkkvi Toai'a nd
Viooa, Wastimo Ws.as.aaKS, anil all tho.e dlwaMi
of a llasoKAt, NiTuaa n-sulllnM- fnm Aati.a. and
0T.'.1" J,',," "l,e'y relief and eompl.U reto-
Th BTanilret illnporery of the Nineteenth Ctntury.
Bend alone for llhutrated Pamphlet (ree, Addraas
. VOITAII HIT 80., MAIIHAU, MICH.
f p 1
I I T I rN 11
11 1 w ir
C t art ri4ty-L.Al--
xiiu mii siuck
IAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
AV. JiOSINTH AL,
110 & 112 N. Jth St., ST. LOUIS.
1 r n imui-n aiipiirn n i no siin.K'o win penetrate to the very Bone,
ind alnioNt Instantly RELIEVE PAIN ' Iturill nnt finii rtiM
nor discolor the Skin, or leavi disagreeable effeets of any kind. It
hjtsyoKorAr.fortlio CnrnjrJ' Rhnnrnfttliwi, Spralnn. Brrtlnoa,
Stitl Jolnta, Nnnralgia, Lame Back. Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
sore Throat, Palua in the Limbs orluauy pm t ol tho (Systt.'in
.urn l e'iuuii) eiiii-aennis ior ,111 iiains
winning jiowenui uiiiusivu Mimuiaiil. heo Mfrn-tra A iiiia nnr .
Vsk your DniKtilst for It. l'rice So cts
rrcpared only by JACOB S. MERP.ELL.
Wholemle Druw-glat, ST.
1 ua.B a ixxiuivu r.-i.iuuy l..r tho augre illm-iuti; I y U.
thomand. of ca.; of th. worm kind ami of fonij
staiullTiK have been ciin'i). Imteed, imiiMmi u mv faith
iu It. ettlc ai y, ti.at I will neiul TWO noTTI.h ( KI1P.K Li
(allierwtlaVAI.l'AIII.B TlikATISKnu thw Uiu.i,to
my .ulliiret. Olm K.ir'r'- at, l". O. 'Wrw.
l)H. T, A. SLOCI U, 191 rtiarltft.,Niw Ynrk.
l)l' V li InTnrAur"rll I!l lHm
XJl . 1 . 1 J. X rx It Wilh woud'-rfiil success 111
the cure of Ciincer Tho alllicte i V(iLlli
shouldn't fntlto consult him at once.v Vi II
Free! Cards und Cliromos.
We will send fr-e by mail a hainple et of our
large German, Fremh ar.d uierleaii (Jbromo
Curds, on tinted and gold grounds, with 11 prico
list af over do diilurent desljti, on receipt of a
stamp for potage. Wu will also send 'ree by mall
as snmple, teu - f our beatiiiful Chromos, on rn
reipiuf lee rents 10 tmy for pa klng and postage:
aisoeuclo-o a coniliKuitial price list of our lurgj
oil ehio.nos. Agents wanted. Address F. OLiA
SON & CO., 41 funnier Mreet, llosloti, Stnss.
Who Each wiih Li own Pet clioiuo
Cultivate tin? Field tii Human .
There have always been quacks: legal quacks,
theological quacks, scli utlllc quacks aed medical
quacks. Some of them are bland, oily fellows who
argue and smile thu world Into believing In their
favorite bltofhambag. Others aro pompon and
pretention" paranites. But 'hey make It pay. Men
ieem tolove to ho swlnd ed, stipulating only that
It shall be marly done.
The dear pnblic are equally liberal to the electric
and maguotlc fraud. This fellow is a genius In his
nue. uu win put a magnetic noit around your
waist, a magnetic necklace under your chin, or fit
you out with an entire suit of maguotlc clothes,
warranted to serve tho purpose of ordinary irit
ments, and at tho sumo tlmo to cure all diseases,
from whooping cough t h my consumption.
Most of these have no more electric or magnetic
power about, thorn than reside. In woolen bluuk-
ets or in glr .lea of sackcloth. Ouly wheu applied
by an expert is electricity of thu slightest uso aa a
medicinal spent, andeven then Its value Is gros-ly
overs:.i i ; .1 Is tho strongest possible pie
sumptlvo evidence in favor of a particular remedy ?
Clearly that it should liuva been prepared by r. -sponsible
persons of acknowled skill In thu treat
ment of disease.
Squarely on thi foundation s'.anls IlKNSoN'.S
CAl'CINK l'OHOUS PLASTER. Eudor-ed by
5,n0) physicians, pharmacists, druggists and chem
ists, It needs no further apology nor Introduction.
It is tho one and ouly true and tried eiternal ap
plication. Quacks of all kinds pay the Capciue the
compliment of their ill-like, ns Patau I said to
hate holy water.
Look in tha middle of the plaster for the word
CAIVINK." I'rlce 25 cents.
fScal n-yS Johnson ( hernials. Now Y rk.
lwyiTve . V- ' at
ct" Tf rtt .lott V Z
r.i v." . r mull""1 1 rf
Jfl ..fl'i. r 4..i. .rVt" i.X J. " .v.r ' 1 1 Jh.i
A New and l.'ompiiitc II del, fronting on leve..
Secoud aud llallroad Streets,
The Vasengor Depot of the Chlou-.v wi i ,tni.
and ,iuw Orleans! Illinois Central: Wabash. Ht
Louis aud raelilci lion Mountain and Houlhorn,
Mobile aud Ohio: Cairo and Ht. I .ftllla ItnlliA'av.
are all Just across the street; while the Steatuboai
banniiig 1 nut one nr. are itlstant.
This Hotel Is heKtuit bv aleum. ha. atuarr.
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator. Klnetrie 1 all Mila
Automatic Firo-Alarin. Iluibs, absolutely puro air
porleet sewerage aud complete aiipoliitnieiiu,
Hnnvrb fhrmsbiuust perfect service! aud an nti
Ih V, PiVHKItiK At CO..r.,.ae
U vm aw aw I
n Id U ,11
r- ear-TVU , - , -vwrn ta -" nvaVi H
rrB 1 .1 1 il I h tL. rff
II I a.
ami lowest prices m
A poweiliil ineiitvrittiun coiii
losci mostly ot F.sscnthil Oils
I' I10 most pe net rati 11 1 LI n I in p n t
iwwkjjJiMM, S11 rvmnentnlcl flnt.,
in uio stomach and Bowels.
N liW A 1 1 V K UT I S K M E N T1 .
u I TV kv7rYbo"i)y
UIJ1 T.rk't.vj IT
THE SI V first aim Is to be truthtu) and use
fill; 111 second, to wilte au en'ert.inlng hlstorv of
the limes in which w. II. 0. It prints, n an aver
age, more, thnn a million copies a work. II cir
culation Is now larsp-r than ever hifur.i. Sn'nscrlp
tlon: i.'Aiir (4 pages), by mall Mc amnnth.or
V .VI a year; scnoat is liases), fi.-j) per yuar
W keki.V (S p igesi, Jl per yeur.
I. W. K Mi LAN I). I'libllslmr, Now YnrkClty
NOTICK TO INVENTOUS.
For all ii fonnnion concerning Amerl-an and
loroiun paleit:sy..it should corresiiond wlih or con
sult a llriu w'.io understand their foulness and who
pay personal attention to the same. To all who
wish Mich know ed.'el.t them write to or call upon
liKO. I'. i)OFr Attomei-at-lw,
" l.'l N. II. Arennn. rt'ashingion, I). C.
Scr.d foreireiiUrs and full informmioti.
A lljiisebold artle.lu. Sab-ablo as flour,
ui ill i-ap-tal needed. S nd 1 c. for sam
f e worth $1, and prospectus, special terms,
tc , 11 sealed letter. No postals noticed.
Addiess I. B. C Co , Marlon Ohio.
l)IVult(.'U.-No pub icily; residents of any
A Htate. D.-sert 'on, Non Support. Advice und
application for stump. W.1I. I "E.Att'y,
'J Kill' way, N Y,
A DV KKTIS Kits 1 send f r our Se'ect List of Local
Newspapo s. Geo 1'. Howell Jb Co.,
In Spruce St., N. Y.
WElllivth..botrf.ril litrany cm of Llv.r Comr.llot'
Py.Il"l, Sl. lt llradach., In.tla.illoo, Cnoillllim ort'oiUvrom,
w.eannnlcur. wiih W'.it'i VrirtMhl. .r 1111., whrn III. dlr.
tloni.r iiriclly email., trllh. Tlirv ar. r,irlv iwvUMi, U.J
n,,,r h,l to lv. MlUlaclM. 8n, CMi. L.tr. i0.
lainiar r-llt. VI mil,, f.r mi. I.r ,l anipBl.i.. 11.W.,. of
Vrwlrul P.,,k,A. fca ,y mail .r. uu mntui gf a a t.al .ump.
Health is Wealth !
Du I.. ('. Wkst's Nkrvk and nnu-r Thrat
imknt, ii gimrnntrtod snwilio for Hystorin, Dizzi.
noss, ( onvnlsions, Fit. Nervous Neurul-in,
lloailiiclie, Nervotm Prostrntion cuuswl hy tho nao
ornloolml or totmcco, Wnkofulniw. .Mental I)o
inHioii, Hoftoiiin f tho Drain resulting in in.
wmiiy nnd leailtng to misory, dorny and denth,
1 romnturo Old Ago, Hnrronnesa, lisa of power
in nit bur sex. Involuntary Jsih,ni ami rlrnmt.
i irrhu-a caused byovur-eierrjim of the bruin, self,
iibtise or over-iiidiilence. hjich box conttiinsj
one month's tmntmoiit. jfl.nin box, or six boxes
torjS.Utl.sentbyiiiHil prepuidon rtnwiptof prico.
.V: .I AK.TKK MX IIOXJ'S
To curo nny cuao. With mrh order nvolvod by us
for Rix boxes, nerotuiianied with .1.(10, wo will
pond (lie purelmMcr our written Kuanuitoe to ro.
fund tho money if tho treatment dia-e notollocl
ttcure. Ouariuiti-ea issuiHlunlyby
I TARRY W. SCIIUII.
Dnigalst. Cor. Commercial avu. ISth sr.. Culm
617 St. Charles Stroot, ST. L0TJI3, M0.
A iwnlnp Oni.liini. of two medical
Colleges llv. I.een piKsr eliitau-e,! n the treal
"f i, ir",,t,:f N.-rvoue, i-.lti nn.l
I HoikI IHs,.,is,.s Hi,,,, any other pbvilelun In
rjt. I.011K as elty .a.. rs -Uew nn, nil r,.,.
ilenta know. ottMiltailim ..t oltlee or ev mall
free and lnvlte,. A irl nv lalk r i.uTI. . .
costs nothing. When It Is Ineunvenlent to vllt
the elty ,.,r treatment. iue,l, lnei ran la-sent
ly mull or express i,verv here. Curable iiHei
I'lliiraiileeilj when; iloulit exist. H Isirunkly
(taled. t nil or N rite.
Nervous rrostratlon, Dubility, Muntal anil
hyttlVaknes1 Mercurial and other
y.onAi)'L-Sor81 and Pipers. Impfldtmonta to
Marriage. Eheumatirm, Pilns. Sptolal
attention to cases from over-worked drain.
SURGICAL CASESj-oceive jptjial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprmlcaons, Esoesses,
Indulgonois or Exposurns.
It Is .eir.evldent that a physician rmvl""
partleu at- attention to cl,i-s oleasea altalu.
great klll. and physlelaiii in regular practice
all over th country knowing tbl, freinieiilly
reoniiiiiien.l cases to the olilet.ltlce In Aiii"i K-.
wlieie pvei yknowu appliance I. resorted to.
ami the proviM (jott.l reinoil !.' ut all
axes and eoiiutrle. are used. A wlmle bout Is
Used foroillet-)ainin.e, and nil are treated Willi
"kill In a re..,TM'nl inauner; and, kimwlug
what to do. iiociei luieiiH are inailv, On sc. ,
i-niint of the great tiuiiila-r sipl Ing, the
charge are kepi low, orten lower than Is
dnnaiidiil lr elliers If )nn seenru th skl'l
and net a siireiiv and pei l'eet tilw nirv, thai la
the I iiijuii t nn t mailer, I'miiphli t, uj panes,
sent to any addreu fee.
putsJ MARRIAGE GUIDE. I
Klegant cloth tud tllt'ilndlng, HealrdfirU
ri'iits In Ksta" or ciirrem-y. (ir rlllv won
errnl pen pictures, Iru In llf articles on thn
pillowing siibjeels, V bo ma) inarrv, who not;
whvf I'liour sire to marry. Who niarry llrst,
ilaiilliMHl, Woui.iibimd. I'livlealdecnt . Who
should many. How lite and bpplu'iuav be
inereastil, Thiso married or cnoteiiii la'tlnc
marrying should ir. It. Il ouvht to lie real
ty all adult permit, then kept under lock ud
ey, I'oUilnr rdltlon. same an above, bat paper
rover and Sim pselt il cauU by laalU tu umwu