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A NOTED IICT UN I iTI.KD WOMAN.
Trout th Bortoo Mo6,J
Hum. EdUon i
Th above I a good llltnea ot Vn. ivrll t 1
ham, of Lynn, Hat., who aboveatl r,thr human being
may ba truthfuUy called tha "Dear Friend of Woman,1
aaaome of her corrwpondenu lov.toeall hi r. the
i aealowly devoted to ber work, which I 111. outcome,
of a Ufo-study, and is obUjfed to keep Hi lady
Militant, to help hnr anwer the largo oorrwiiondenoe
which dally pour In upon her, ears bearing Itt apscUl
burden of tuffitrUuf, or Joy at ruleaaefrom It, Uor
Vogetablo Compound ta nwdlolua tor good and not
tvll purpo I nava peraonalljr lnrethi&td and
am attuned of tha truth of thla.
On aooount of It proven merit. It I recommended
and proCTttd by the beat phyalctau In tha eountry.
Ona wyai "It work! like a charm and saves much
pain. It will cure entirely tha wont form of falling
of th u tenia, LcuoorrhoM, Irnirular and painful
Uentratlnn,all Ovarian rrouLlea, Inflammation and
Uloeratlon, flooding, all DUplaoemenu and the con.
eqaentipUulwaaknoatjajid la wpeclally adapted to
the Chang of Ufa."
It permeate evwy portion of th yitcm, and glrei
new life and rig-rr. It mnoro taintno, natuUncy,
deetruy all craving for ttlmulanU, and relieve inak
Bea of Ui atomach. It core Bloating, Iluadachoi,
Kervooi rroatrutlon, General Debility, BlKpksamota,
Deprwal and IndUrotlon, Tliat feeling uf bearing
down.eaualiiginln, weight and backache, I alwaya
permanently cured by lu ute. It will at all time, and
under all clrwinuiuncei, act In harmony with the law
that govern the 'Vnutk sytm.
It cow oidy i. vr boltle or lx for Jl, and I Hold by
tho nauwa of o,.uiy who have been restored to perfect
healthby i i t uwaof tho Vi-getallCoinyunil,oanbe
obtalnH by Miuali.g Mr. 1'., with ttaup for reply,
at tier 1101110 In Lynn, Ma,
Jor Kidrn y Complaint of tithtr anx thli eompound la
tuvurpaasul a aliuulitut Usrtlmotiials ihow.
"Mr. IliJiliaiirUverI'lJl,,,KiyonewriU'r, "ar
tht tx-ii h (a inirM fr tb cure of ComUpaUon,
llUiousur and Torpidity of Ute liver. Her Blood
Purifier work wonder In It pocial hue and bid fair
to ual the Compound In it popularity.
ill mut nvpect her ai an Angul of MVrry wboet ob
ambition h to do good to other.
Philadelphia, In, (ft Mr. A. iL a
Invalid who arc r-cowriuK vifal tiamln. declare
lu trtattfui turm their apiireclatlQD of tho merlla
a a tonic, ol llom-iiu-r' stomach Hitter. Not
only doe It Impart Hrentili to the weak, but tt
alro corrects an Irregular at Id riateoflhe tioniarh,
i rtowsi art at propir Interval, glvca
ea to ihoie who ulTir Irom rheumatic and kid-
bey truulilu. and cumi'ior na well a prevent
r aim vifur,
Forral by all Drui,'tna and Dealer generally.
The Hal and Worthless
are never imitated hik! counterfcitoil. This
is espucially true of a family uii'dicinc, and
it ih ponitivu prHt that tho remedy imita
ted ih ol the hihc&t value. As soun as it
had been tested and proved by tho whole
world that Hop Hitters was tho purest, beat
and moat valuablo family medicine on
earth, many imitations sprung up and be
gan to steal tho notices in which tho press
and peoplo ot tho country had expressed
tho merits of II. IJ., and in every way tryini
to induce suferin invalids to use their
stuff inst"td, expecting to uiuko money on
tho credit and cood name of II. U. Many
others started nostrums put up in similar
style to II. 13., with variously devised names
in which tho word "Hop" or Hops" were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the sumo as Hop Hitters. All
such preten led remedies or cures, no mat
tor what their stylo or name is, and es
pecially those with the word "Hup" or
"Hops in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, aro imita
tions or counterfeits. Itcwaro of them.
Touch non of them, Uso nothing but gen
uine Hop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster
of green Hops on the white label. Trust
nothing else. Druggists and dealers are
warned ngainst dealing in imitations or
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
ofjtha present goneratlon. It a for the
Curo of this disease and Us attendants,
CONSTIPAtlOW, PILES, etc, that
f UTT'8 PILtSTiave gained ji world-wide
feputatlonr ypniemedyHiaa e"verbeen
9lH0overgdtriaF"acte bo itentTyjbnttie
dlnostlve rijrjarie, giving them" vigor to a
elmilate food. As a jmtural resultTlhe
Korvoits Bystora leTjraded, teT!iIiiBolei
areTbeveloped, and trie bodyltobiist.
OIiIUm cixicl DCoxror.
I, RIVAL, a Plantar at Bayou Sara, La.,aayat
My plantation la In a malnrlal dlatrlot. For
aeveral year I could not inak half a orop on
aooount of bllloua dlaeaaea and ohllla, I wave
nearly dlnoouraged when I began tha uaa of
TUTT'B PIL.L8. Th reault wu nwrvelouat
wty laborara aoon became hearty and robuat,
end I hav bad do further troubla.
Thrr rrllrv the rnrorgrnl I.I r, elMine
IIih Hlood mint planwtie tinmen, an 4
mn the bovrla to art naturally, wlUi
tint whl'h noon ran I! well.
healthy lletluM, Tiforu" HimIt, Pur
tllimil, Mtroiia Nfrva, anil m MouimI Llvrr.
rics BoOnU. Ofttiw, aa Murray u M. Y.
Tl'TT'S DM DYE.
ihav ITain rir WmaKHKR plmnirpd toadroMV
jUi.Auit by n alngle aillcntlin or thin Uyh. It
fitipurtn a iintiimi oolor.uud ncta liiNtnuUtumiualy,
Hnld by liriiHKUte. or sunt by axpreu ou reoeliit
Of One Coll ar.
Offloe, 08 Murray Street, New York.
(Of. TVTrM MAMVAI' f rolMabUV
Information mttd tloofut Boooiplt
mut e HtmUo rus wn uwM(i,
h STOMACH (B9
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K. A. MJKN JITT,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
and ateaiuboit passenger airent. Ordera for all
Kiimeui eM.nninoai joi printing aollclted. Offlce
kI Bower'g Kuropean Uotel. tio. 7i Ohio levee.
STAOES 09 TUB BIVKB.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at thisjiort, 24 feet 8 inches and ris-
Cincinnati, March 286 p. in. River 16
feet 0 inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, March28 6p.m River4 feet
5 iuohes and falling.
Louisville, March 290 p. m. Iliver 8
feet 3 inches and falling-.
Nashville, March 286 p.m. River 12
feet 4 inches and rising.
. Chattanooga, March 28 -0 p. ra. River
6 feet 4 inches and rising.
St. Louis, March 28 6 p. m. River 17
feet 6 inches and fulling.
The Ous Fowler will report here this 2
p. m. from Paducah, and leave here on her
return trip at 5 p. m. She connects with
the trains here going north, south, east and
The City ot Providence from St. Louis
arrived here at 7 p. m. Sue had a good
trip and departed for Vicksburg at 11 p.
The Ella Kimbrough arrived here from
St. Louis last evening at 8 o'clock. A tele
gram from Capt. Kimbrough informed us
the boat wou'd leave here same night on
her return trip.
The Golden Crown from New Orleans
passed up last with a good trp for Cincin
nati. The Henry A. Tyler left here last even
ing at 4 o'clock for Plum Point. She had
a fair trip.
The Ohio from Memphis is due this
morning for Cincinnati. She is the fastest
boat that goes to Cincinnati from this sec
tion barring the Springer and Hays.
The City of Raton Rouge is due to-night
for New Orleans.
The fat Belle Memphis is due for St
Louis this morning.
The R. R. Springer from Cincinnati is
due here Friday night for New Orleans.
The Andy Baura leaves Memphis to mor
row evening for Cincinnati.
Business on the wharf dull yesterday.
t ne Hudson lett St. Louis last evening
for Cairo, Paducah and Shawneetown and
is due hero to-night.
The YV. II. Cherry arrived at 9:30 last
night. She had a fine trip, about 150 tons
of iron as one item which she reshipped on
the Belle Memphis.
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg
passed up tor bt. Louis last night.
The W. II. Cherry leaves for Nashville
early this morning. Capt. Tom. Galligher
"AitK you lonely to-night, Miss Adai"
4tV O I 1 l a .
o oin i wisn i were lonelier." J3e bade
her good nichtand went homo, took a laro-a
dose of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, fearing her
ny muuuer uau given nim a com.
The Humor of the Flood.
A vory funny incident occurred in tho
est Lnd last night. In the oflice of a
livery stable, located in the inundated
district, were seatt-d n number of boys
and men, among the Litter the "oldest
inhabitant," who, like truth itself, will
not down, and still continues to tell of
the flood in '32. The ancient mariner
was in tho midst of nn account of a dar-
ng exploit, in which ho was particular
ly prominent by his valor, when there
was a crash that sounded like the
rear end of the Htablo had nt last suc
cumbed to the angry Hood and gone
down. With a yell that would do credit
to a savage Comanche, tho crowd dis
persed, tho "oldest inhabitant" leading
tho way to tiro door, out of which they
went in a huddle. Once in tho street,
they nmdo good tinio in getting away
from that locality. Finally two of the
most daring volunteered to act as a
committee, and returned to tho stable.
1 hey procured a light and moved can
tlously toward the rear end of tho build
ing. Suddenly one of thereconnoiterino
party broke the death-like stillness, with,
"I know what it Is, Bill!"
"What is it P" inquired his companion.
"U hy it h that d-d billy-goat wo put
up in tho hay-mow this nftcrnoon to
keep from drowning. He's fell down
and nmdo nil tho racket. I) d if ho
hasn't eaten up two lmlters. and he's got
my best spongo in his mouth."
Yesterday afternoon while one of tho
relief boat was cruising around In tho
inundated district, near Front street, the
occupants espied a head looking out of
the third story of ono of the flooded
buildings. By this titno tho craft was
directly under I ho window, and one of
tho party yelled:
"Are you snflorlng much for food up
there P" 1
"Yes, suflering like h 1; send upsomo
pie. Cincinnati Enquirer.
a i a
ANAWttft. TIMS T I rutin a nmnn
... . . ,w,u ..TBIIg
who over saw a case of ague, bllliousncss,
nervousness, or neuralgia, or any disease of
the stomach, liver, or kidneys that Hop
Bitters will not cure t
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1883.
NAUGHTY CHRISTINE NILS30N.
Elie Flays Poker and Loses Two Dollars a
Day Del Puente Bnores,
'1 am told you play poker a good
deal whilo traveling, mmlnni," said a
Cincinnati Eiininr reporter to Chris
tino Nilsson. "Is it tnieP"
"Yes, It is true. I am just that
"But for money? Do you play for
"Yes, indeed. It would not bo inter
esting if I did not phtv for money. Do
you see that little table there? Well,
sir, that is where I lose all my hard
earnings. There is where Mr! Pond
and Del Puente and Bioi ksten nnd Miss
Glenn, one and all, tal.e the pot, and I
am nmdo a bankrupt."
"Why, madam, you astonish mo.
You must plav a big gMrnc!"' .
"Abiggauie? Well, I should think
we do. W o play a .10 cent limit."
"And you win sometimes, of course.
A woman as smart as you are certainly
don't get boat at anything. Do you
ever win?" "
"No, sir, n-e-v-e.-r!"
"How much do you generally lose In
a day, madam?"'
"I wo dollars thnt much every day.
Del Puente never loses. . Ho always
takes in the pot."
"And how else do you occupy your
time when traveling?""
"Reading, singing, talking and sleep
ing." "Yes, ' spoke up Miss (ileun, "wo
bleep pretty well when 'Did Puente' is
"Iiu-sh! , said the madam, pointing
her linger nt Miss filum, "don't tell
that. It will get into the puper."
But it was tune logo, as t! e lndl was
ringing, and with many a shako of tho
hand and a "(iod bless you" from
Mine. Nilsson, the reporter "jumped oil
the car, and the train moved away,
Patience," as flayed tj a Okrk.
A lady, stepping into a gentlemen's
furnishing store on Broad street last
week, asked the clerk to show her some
"What style do von want?" politely
asked the dcrk. "
"Oh, I don't know," answered tho
lady: "show me something nice."
"How do you like these?" asked the
clerk, showing her some hundred dill'er
ent patterns of tint senrf.
"I don't see anything that suits,"
answered the lady, uft.-r giving the
clerk about an hour's work to straighten
the ties she had looked over.
The clerk showed tho customer
twenty-one boxes of hmg, narrow ties,
which did not strike her favorably.
"What have you in the way of
bows?" asked the lady.
The obliging clerk, with the patience
worthy of Job, pulled out tliirtv-two
dozen of bows. Running through "those
at the rate of sixty miles an hour, the
lady sweetly said:
"Nothing there I like."
".Madame, then," said the clerk,
"here is the latest thing in gent's neck
wear," showing her about a gross of
loud and stylish putl'-seaifs.
"No," said the lady, "mv husband
m-3 uui iiho anyining loini; lie likes a
nice, neat figure. What else have
The clerk, still emulating the exam
ple of Job, showed the customer a
dozen different shapes, and after looking
these over she innocently asked:
"Is that all you have?""
"Yes, ma'am," said the clerk, losing
faith in Job.
The- lady turned to go, when she
espied a tie in the show-ease that the
clerk had failed to show her and which
had a neat dot about the size of a trade
"Here, young man," she snapped,
"why didn't you show . me that tie?
That is just what I want. I will take
"How much Ls it?" she asked, after
the clerk had wrapned it up.
"One dollar and twenty-one cents,"
answered the clerk blandly.
"What! One dollar and twenty-one
cents!" repeated the lady; "why fused
to get very nice ones for twenty-live
cents. I guess I wilHot my husband
get his own ties."
Exit lady, followed by a hearty "Lord
bless her!'' from the clerk.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Store Throat. Nwrlllnr. Miiriiliia, Hrulaea.
Barn, NraliU, Front Ultra,
AND ALL OrilF.lt HIIIIII.V PAIS AMI At'llCS.
BoM UruuKlili anil llrlr .very wh.re. Klflv Celiu a bultlt.
IMroottooiln It Liiiuit.
THE CH AItl.KH A. VOUKI.P R ('It.
.,iuimj valliaura. Id., l. b. A.
Crowly'8 Wandering: Jew!
A BTOIIY OF
TUB PAST, TUB FHE8KNT AND
BY KEV. OEOltOE CIIOLV.
'trnrlnnhfortlv tho .. a. i .i, , i. ,
Novel evrwrltten."-Harpr,e Weekly.
'; jr I. v"" " "i ucn auatainea
plondor of diction. The lontoncoe are like tho
contlnuoui jquadrone of a groat army, ami hie do.
cr ptlon have all tho maunlllceuce which at
tachce to the orleutat ecoaeryof which hu write.
Thnrn ara n.i .,. ..r a . ..
which, for pomp of dlotlon and uplondor of lm-
- um uoci aurpaMeu Hucn are tuo
barnlna of Home by the tyrant. Nero, of the cap-
turn nt Maaailn. anil nt 11, u nniii.. . .. .. i.
Home." Stanley Matthew,
TWO VOLUMES IN ONE.
Viva hnnilnul I
nd bound, cloth, l iyi paper, 76 ceiiti,
Aonil fit nur natali,mi. n . i. . ..i .vi..
mlaca laneoci book, warranti tl cheaper than null
!L . '.itr,de Pr'c" Any book by any publisher,
10 to 60 per cent, cheaper than price asked by
Bend meneybr P.O. money order, rrBlatored
Utter or draft, to
ilAKTBIt A CO..
I, CURE FITS!
7, Z a "" uava inaqi return airem,
Iit?" tMl'" ;; I have made the dl.ea.aof
llflnn...l'",rTI or "'"U HICKHK88 a
liro long atudy. I warrant my remedy to cure tha
woret cane. Becauae othora have failed la no rea
M?...i..i.n?w lf core, bend at once for
!il 1i?"tl1,hlHlBmll()"1 ro Infallible rem
.ill , Eli,r" nd Poet Offlce. Itcoiteyou
uothlrig for a trial, and I will cure yon. 7
Addr"" Dr. II. K. ROOT.
IH3 Pearl St., New York.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Th Roward Oalvanlo Shield and our ethr Flarlrrr
Oiilvanloand Mannatlo Applliiaie. and BariMBU Tar
a .lira euro lui Norvoo fMUtt, Haralvala, fi.il" mi
Rh.3um,,tlrn. OvHrworlid Ilrain, fc,ho.t5 SoVD
Vital toornr, Wli Ilwk. Kldnar, I.lvur.and Htimach
Ooraplulnta. and are adapted to KiTUKH 8KX. ThE2
ai.plii.Dce are tha varv lnbiat Iraprovad, and nt relJ
d tWent Irom ball and all oth.r, aa th'r paaltln
(wn.ral,oontlnUou. carranU wlthont aeld." cSSt n m
aorw Borlrrltat on of tb., .kin-can ba TWori at work m
wall a.rt-onljr nntloenbl towMrwrT row?t.ir.l
td to meet tha different atAce of all dl?iU.h.
Elaotrio.nd MKn.M, treatZit to ol baiiaiTbcSSfSJ
r"t5h tb "?" of dlaeaaa, aa their action I
drH1n.d'frbmh..v.m YT.' ..r.nJtffi"5
wo. r roe or in aoalnd snvaloiw for 6c poilam.
r S AMERICAN C4LVANIO CO.
hHjibrittd ' 31 2 N. 6th St., St. LOUI..MO
TTT r J T"l people ar ' aiwaj i on the look
11 I VI II 'out for chanco to Increase
I'll I i .their earning, and In time
I I III IJi become wealthy ; lhoe who
w do not Impruye thlr oppor-
tnitltli,. ,.m,in In nnvu,l.
We offer a great chance to make money. We wa at
many men, woman, hoy ai.d girl to work lor ua
right In their own localltlu Anyone ran do the
work properly from the first ilart. The buelnee
will pay more th.n ten time ordinary wage. Ex
pensiveoutflt furniahed free. No one who enuagu
lai, to make monv rmiiftlv. Ynn can H,.u. t
your wholif tlm to the work, or otilv your "pare
moments. Full luformation and all that Is needed
enl free. Addree 8 f 1 N SUN 4 :0. Portland. Me.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT "111
poalUvely prevent thl terrible dlmaae, and will poal
tively cure nine caw out of Ua. Informatlcn that
will aave many live., writ free bv mail. Don't dclav a
moment. Prevention la liettnrtnancur. LH. J(Jl!M
BO.N A CO., BOWTOS. MASS., formerly Boo, Ma.
UrPimsoK' I'vaaarmi llii make new rich blood.
liesit Know n Apparatus for
Weak or frifli toned peoplo
salely truneftirrea to terra
Emm by tlie use of this little
macijine; whicli Is
SIMPLE AND PERFECT
TiCAViiLlJVG blEzi are
particularly rtqui'Stcd to call
huh examine. tn bo car
ricd in any small "Grip."
Retail Priee. 85.00.
Extra inducements to the
trade, or any one ordering by
A (rents wanted everywhere
W. (i. Jlailey & Co.,
;a t,aKe Mreet,
Undi'r the Tremont House.
Mot. life la IIVHUhlnff K nn
and dare belore vuudlu. mnu.
i:niix nngniy ana aiiDiimu
Ilitl R wei'k In vour mvn tnuin.
Y'f llnlleP nilllll fnm VT
rlak. EvrylhliiK now. Caplul not required. Wo
will furnish you every Uiiuk. Many are making
mr i ii nen, Lame uiaae nn mncn a men, and boya
and (flrlmko r-ent py Kcarlor, If yon want
mini iia ai. wn r.n in run muirn nvaaaif n it.
niuu, nruu lur pariiLuiaia IU II. 11A1.LIT1 AvU
Nashville, Padtn-ali & Cairo Packet.
Theolcgniit and palatial atoamer
B. S. RHEA,
J. 8. TVNJ3R m
.MM.. , ..MM..
BILLY liOl'aTON clerk
Leavoe Cairo every llondny at I p. m. for Naeh
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CIIEllRY,
riSK DUKS Mauler
JOLLY UAKD Clcrk.
Leavoathle port every Wodnoadav at 4 n. m. fn
J ALLIDAY BROTHERS
UrOliU, (ifiAIM AND HAT
HijrhitCah Price Paid for Whe .t.
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
F. "W. EOSENTHAL,
410 & 412
Vr.W DHOH ftnll.d tn tha ...Ha,
:tnd almost lnanil.VcLirw.
j, .jt . t
1 1 wfiiMiai a inw mmiaiiiT mi i nm
i.r aisooior me DKin. or ie;vvn rtlsaKrecahlo effects of any krnd It
IhMKOKqnALforthe Cure of Rhoomtitlnm. SpmWBrafaM
Stiff Joint, lNTeurialBla, Lame
n p.nniui uiiiuoiiu Dlllliuiuill, DOO JilrrnMI ArlllllliaO.
ask your Druggist for It. Price do
freparcd only by JACOB S.
Wholoal- Drugglirt. 6T.
NKW ADVEU'f ISE.M BNTS.
. ' l'a porttlva miuody (r tl.e alwve UI.,-,,; by 11
''"I f : uf th womt lnl anil of ni
lanillnic have been cured. Inilrad.anatnm. 1. r.. If
ai luellli-acy, that I will nencl TWO BOTTI.KS KllSF t,"
trih.r with a V AU-AUUI XKEATIHK on tl,l, TiSSi ,
u uarer. Olv Ki,r,. ami r. O. aililrena. 10
la. T. A. bLOCL At. mraflBt.1NwYu,a.
F.i. V 1. lMVTn of Aurora, III
I nv i ll
XJltX. . U. X Vll JL ulll, u.l,
tue cure or Cancer
Tlmir Bllllrt 't Vr'WU
ult htm ai onceAVil 11
Free! Cards and Chromos.
We will end fr e hy mall a cni(lu mt or onr
large Oernmu, Frvnch atd Amitriraii (Jhromo
C'anl. on tinted aud gold rouudn, with a nrino
liatafovorinO cllffurent deli!ti, on receipt of a
stamp for pontage. We will alto fend Irec by nmll
aa aample, ten of onr bcnuilfiil Chromes, on r
ceiptof ten cent to pay for pa king and puitngn;
aleoenclone a confldentlal price llet of our larg.i
oil fhromiin. Agimta wanted. Addreae F. Ot.HA
SON & CO., 4il Summer Mreot, Uoetou, Muea.
Who Each with fait, own Pet Scheme
Cultivate the Field ot Human
There have always been quacks :-legal q iacks,
thooloklcul ti'iucks, scientific quacks and medical
quacke. Homo of then are blaud, oily fellows who
argue and emtio the world Into believing lu their
favorite tilt of humbug. Others are pompon and
pretentious parasites. But they make It pay. Men
aectn toloe to be swindled, stipulating only thnt
it shall be neatly done,
The dar public are equally liberal to the electric
ana magnetic fraud. This fellow I a genius lu hi
una. ue win put a magnetic belt around your
waist, a magnetic nocklace under your chin, or fit
yon out wnn an entire suit of magnetic clothes,
warranted 10 sorve the purpose of ordlnarr ot
ments, and at tho sumo time to euro all diseases,
irom woooplng cough to hasty cousumpllun.
Most of thesd have no more electric or maunetle
power about them than resides In woolen h'ank
els or iu glr :les of sackcloth. Only wlieu anulled
y an cxpi-rt is electricity of the slightest Due ns a
medicinal asetit, andeven then Its valne Is grosi-ly
overt!H 't' n Is iho itrouueitt possible pre
sumptive eviuoiite In favor of a particular remedy?
Clearly that It should have been prepared liv re
sponsible persons of acknowled skill In tho treat
ment of disease.
Squarely on thl foundation stand BENSON'S
CAPCINK POROUS PUSTBIt. Endorecd by
5.00J phyilclan, pharmacists, druggists and chem
ists, It noods no further apology nor Introduction.
It is the one and ouly true and tried external ap
plication. Quacks of all kinds imv the CidcIuu the
compliment of tbelr dlillke, as (iatuu Is said to
hate holy water.
Look In the middle of the plaster fur the word
CAPC1NK." Price 2,1 cents.
KeaburyS Johnson, tUeniista. New Y. rk,
it' - riiisw
A New and itoinrb'ti' ft -let, fnintlns on l.evo
Second and Kallroad Streets,
The Passaneer Di not nf tan f Mrann u.
Iintl .ttiv llllBlia I I lfnnta .u......l . lirlt..L
" -..w . .,i,.lw, v.iiuiui vvaiiaan, nl,
Loula and J'urlllni Itott Monntaln anil Hum hum.
Mobile and Ohio) Cairo and St. Lome Itntiwava
at (all lllail t rt alaimk. ...1. II .. a. an. a
-- j" ... pii , YYiina me oiuaniDoai
Landing Is but one inaru distant,
Thla U11I11I la liut,ul ku.
.aaudry, Itydraullc Ulevalor, Klectrlc Call Bell.
Aatonatlo r Ire-Alarm, Bath, absolntvly pur air.
perloctsewerat;e and tompletu appolntmeuta.
8nnern ii ini.lilnj' twt.r.,1 . .i .M n
Mceriedlabli. " "
11 nfiimiii3sr" co
N. .4th St., ST. LOUIS.
A llilWt.Tllll liri'liiLriLlimi .,1,1,1.
Iioscd mostly ol Ksscntlal Oils
Iknown. 80 concentrated that a
d a. m,?1"2"?.v
. . wu. uui, 0011 vioimni,
Back, Crainpn, Tooth-Ache
"J?..Stfh and Bowel.;
cU per bottle
iriE SL'N'H flrt-t aim 1 to bo trulhtul and me
nu ; iu sucutid. to write au cn'ert lining history of
the limes in wh.-h we li c. It prints, on an aver
aiie, morn than a million coplu a week. Its cir
culation la now larger ihen over hefnro. Hnnscrlp
lion: I'Aiir 1 1 isg!), by niall, Mr. a month, or
f H ,V) a y,ar; nuniiav ta l.ages), $1.20 pur year
VYMKI.T (Hpnaeai. gl jmr year.
I. W. KMil.ANil. 1'uliliahnr. Now YirkOitf.
0T1CK TO IXVENTOUS.
For all ItifnriiMilon ooucernlug Amorlean and
lorelen puleu'sy iu chnulil correHjiond with or con
sult a firm w'.io iindeMiaii'l their liuiiiness and who
pay personal attention to the amo. To all who
wish Mich knnw'ede 1 t I lie 11 writ to or call upon
WRO. 1 "OKI AttoTie.-at-Uw.
ll.'4 M. V. Aremiri. asbliigmn, D. C.
.-iTini nir circular ami tun iniormatlou.
A Household article. Saleablo as flour.
'tmiU cnpitiil needed. S 'nd 1 c. for satn
H'c worth l, aud tirownectm. a.ipclal tiirma.
!-c . M sealed letter. No postal noticed.
Aildies 1, II. c Co . Marion Ohio.
rusidouts of any
D.'seri'oii, Non Support. Advice aud
applications for st unt)
V . II. 1KB, Att'y.
tj3 B'way, N Y,
1) V K K I'ISEKS! aeud f r our Select List of Local
Newspape. s. Geo P. Howell & Co..
WEwillp,vih4,Uv,Tiinil (oranr rauinf Llw Complatet"
Hv..'l, Sirk H,,Uh, ln.IU.itbo, C,ip.tlllon or CIIt.o.u.
r. r,a,M wliii Wi-.l'i VWBM Ll.r I'lll., whin tht ttni
ll.. art iirlcily cmirIWd lib. Tlwy rur,,. v.-.l.bl,, aii4
orv mil to rlrt mi.1,0110,,. anr Co.ll. Ltrtt boi, eon.
(lulu piu ii trait. Yn hi. hy .11 dnmrhli. B..rt of
JOHN ;. IVfcST 4 CO., IH A vl W. Mvtln St., Chllei
twttilaliifckajtt.nl by usll ,r,, J . r.cii,lr M .up.
Health is Wealth !
Db K C .Vi.st'h Nekte and Hhain TnFAT.
MKNT, h guaranteed apwilio for Hystorin, Pizzi.
nHH, ConvuleioiiB. FttH, Nerroue NuriLlia,
1 li'Hilunlii), Nurvouu Prost ration caused by the iiho
of nleolitd or tobacco, WiiknfulnOHS, Menttil Do
promuiii, Huftoning of tho Hrain resultinnin in
eiituty nnd linulind to minory, docny and death,
1 reniiituro Old Ao, Hnrroiuipss, Ixtsa of power
iu either Sox, Invuhtntury Loasns and Bpermiir..
orrhtrn caused byovnr-oxrirtioTt of thobrnin. eolf.
nbuanor over-iiululffonce. Koch box contain
uno month h troatinwit. $1.00 a box, or six boxes
fort.i.Ul.eontliyniHil preimidon rtweipt of price.
WK tiirAHAVTKK HIX KOXI.H
To euro any eiuw. With each order recnived by ns
for six boxea. neeompanied with $tMl, we will
fwid tho pundiiiHer our written irunruutie to re.
iuiiii mn iiiuney 11 mo iromnent uoee nocouoci
a cure. (iuuriiiitKoH iHHiied only by
DniiiKlet, Cor. Commercial avo. & 18lb at., Cairo.
617 St. Charlea Streot, ST. LOUIS. M0.
A rfuutar C rail not of two tried leal
fiilleires. Int., lieeu Iniitri'r rnitaireil In the treat
V'.'i"1 "i ' '"otii.s Nervoua, rlim olid
l.lloo,l DiaiMso than uny other plivslelmi lu
HI. Louis, us elty imper bw ami all old resi
dents know. eiisiiii.uinrt ,.t mil ir wr nmll.
fiecanil Invlteil. A friendly liilkor III 011int1.11
coiuniithliur. W hen It In (iieiiiivenleiit tovislt
the elty .r trealmeiit. mi illi liie can lieent
tiy mail or express verv where. Ctirulile cae
FUiirimteeil- where douht exist 11 is frankly
stilled. Call or rile, '
N-irvous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
fhygical Weakness, Murcurial and other
aJTbotionsof Throat,Skin and Bones, Blood
Impuritioi and Blood Poisoning, Skin AtTec-
tiong, Old Soros ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rupuinatirm, Piles. Speoial
attention to onseg from over-worked brain.
SUEGICAL CASES feceiva gpeclajjiUentiom
Disoaaea arising frotn Imprudenocg, Exceasei
Indulgencaa or Exponurni.
It Is self.pvldeiit that a physician pavlnir
TiarllpnUr attention to a clu m nun attain,
Kreal aklll, and physlelaus In reirular praetkH
all over the country knowing this, lVniiinlly
recoiiinieiul ciiseit to the nldeal (,itli-e In America,
where every known tiiilluiice It resorted to.
ami the proviil itooil i-'inlie of all
aire ami countries are Used. A whole lions Is
used t'orolllee purpose, and all are trraled with
kill In a respeeti'nl iiuiuuer: and. know Ins;
what tit do. no experiments ar mail. On ac
eoiint of the treat ihiiiiIht u 1 ' 1 I y I ) 1 ar . the
eharKe are kept low. often lower than I
iliinninled hv others If von sec u if the kll
and iret a x;iMly mid ierfi et lit" eure, that Is
the TniKirinnt limit' r. J'atnphlet, W page,
sent to any auurct ims
mus. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i r&
Klenant cloth and irilt lilmtlugr. Healed for fO
cents In iostaiii or rmrem-y. (Iverllfty won
derail pen pictures, true to lip- ankles on tin
fljllowliiK suli.leets, Whouia) niairv, who licit;
,why I'riM'er aire loninrry. Who marry tlrst.
JlaiihiHHl, V iiiiiiiiiIiimhI. 1 liysleal decay. W ho
hoiild man y. Mow life ami hapiilnes nmy N
Increased. J'howi mai'rM or rnnlinnulallnt
DiarryliiK bon,l read IU It 0111U1 1 to U read
uy all adult persons, theu kept uiijer Iwk ami
j i'"ml r .nutr.i.uvirtim.p.rTi
U P. PAItlilQIt 4c tM.OiwiMi
vsiver aim aiSNlBgea, lciiia OX BUL'. Nl