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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. F. bdiii, mer editor of i'ni Bcn.i.iTm
Slid staamboat passenger agont. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job prior InK solicited. Office
st Bower's Euruuean Uotel. No. 7i Ohio levee.
STAG EH OP TUB HIVKH.
The river marked by the gaugo last evon
ingat this port, 24 feet 10 inches and ris
ing. Cincinnati, March 290 p. m. River 17
feet 3 inches and rising.
Pittsburgh, Marcb29 Gp.m Iliver4 feet
3 inches and falling.
Louisville, March 290 p. m. River 8
feet 2 inches and falling.
Nashville, March 290 p.m. River 14
feet 8 inches and rifing.
Chattauoojji, March 29-0 p. ra. River
6 feet 5 inches and rising.
8t. Louis, March 29 0 p. m. River 17
feet 0 inches and fulling.
The Ous Fowler will report here this 2
p. m. from Paducah, and leuve hero on her
return trip at 5 p. ra. She connects with
the trains here going north, south, east and
The W. II. Cherry left for Nwhvitlo at 0?
Sam Roberts brought up two barges of
lumber from Helena for St. Louis.
It is rumored that the Hudson and Gran
ite State will form a line from St. Louis to
Shawneetown weekly trips.
There is 25,000 feet of walnut lumber on
the St. Francis river awaiting shipment to
Eugene Brady, formerly of the Wabash
railroad office of this place is second clerk
of tho W.J. Dexter.
The Henry A. Tyler will come up this
trip with a full load of cotton seed and
The new Mary Houston arrived
early yesterday morning, added about
850 tons and at 8 o'clock last evening.
The Gus Fowler arrived late with a big
trip having about 2,000 sackd of corn and
wheat for the I. C. R.R.
The fast R. R. Sj.ringer is tho next boat
for New Orleans from the Ohio.
H.iata (1 tin hprn lnr nlrrhr vi ilia Pifv
of New Orleans from New Orleans; Hud
son, Centennial and City of Baton Rouge
from St. Louis and Ohio from Memphis.
Two Ways of Looking at Things.
Two boys, says the New Haven Ilcg
ister, went to hunt grapes. One was
happy beenuHt) they fmind grapes. The
other was unhappy becausu the grapes
had seeds in them.
Two men being convalescent
asked how thev were. One naid:
better to-day. The other aid:
When it rains one man says:
will make mud." Another:
will lay tho dust."
Two children looking through colored
glasses, one said: "The world is blue,"
And tho othor said: "It is bright."
Two lxiys eating their dinner; ono
Raid: "I would rather havo something
other than this." Tho other said:
'This is better than nothing."
A servant thinks a man's house is
principally kitchen. A guest, that it i9
"I am sorry that I live," says ono
man. "I am sorry that I must die,"
"I am glad," says one, "that it is no
worse." "I am sorry," says another,
thai it is no better."
Ono man spoils a good repast by
thinking of a better repast of another
day. Another .ono enjoys a poor re
past by contrasting it with none at all.
One man is thankful for his blessings.
Another is moroso for his misfortunes.
One man thinks he is entitled to a
better world, and is dissatisfied becauso
ho hasn't got it. Another thinks hois
not justly entitled to any, and is Batis
lied with this.
One man makes up his account from
his wants. Another from his assets.
Tho Ladies Preferred Gin,
In a neighboring city where tho in
habitants aro so very, very temperate
that many of them tu'itl Dow-ntosay
their prayers, a good old deacon of a
colored church lately called upon tho
city iigpnt for tho sale of that article
which, if advisedly uscd'chcersbutnot
'Mr. L." says tho deacon, bending
low and almost whispering into tho ear
of tho obliging and all'ablo agent, "Mr
L. I'ho cum to get a quart of spirits for
purely siicrlmontal puppusos."
"Yes, deacon, I supposo you want
somo light wine, perhaps claret, tarrl
gonia or something of that sort."
"Well, boss, if it dusen't mako no
sorter diil'crenco toards you, do ladies
doy havo canvassed dls niattor, and doy
has cum to the 'nanimous 'elusion dat
dov would purfcrgin."
Wo think tho deacon got it lioston
Thuusdat Evening, March 20, 1883. .
Tho weather to-day has boon suoh a char
actor as to put a stop to all outsldo traffic,
consequently tho movement of bulky arti
cles wai very limltod. A cold rain his
fallen steadily all dy.
At a rule the market may bo called dull.
There is no activity displayed in any
department and prices are only sustained in
articles that are Bhort of the demand.
FLOUR We quote the market quiet
and steady at priccB given in ou,r last re
port. Stocks are fair.
HAY Tho market is overstocked with
common hay that cannot be sold at any
price. Choico in snail bales will Boll, but
very alow. Stocks aro ample.
CORN Tho market is quiet; all grades
aro in full supply. The demand is mostly
for mixed and is only moderate.
OATS Stocks are largo and holders
firm. There is no present prospect of any
advance in prices.
MEAL Very little demand and prices
BRAN Eacy at quotations.
BUTTER Choice is in active request.
The market is overstocked with common.
EGGS We note a demand that takes all
receipts at 13c.
POULTRY Very scarce and in active
APPLES Choice are in good demand
but common are not wanted.
POTATOES Light supply and in good
demand at our last quotations.
Salew and Quotations.
KOTE. The prices Bore given are for talei from
nre bands In round lota. An advance lr
charged for brokco lotain ttlllngordere.
300 various grades .
10) bills cbolce
100 bhlM family
0 Mila Uni-r
UK) bbla XXX
S o0,5 60
5 40(6. 60
1 car cbolce...
I car mixed..
3 cars choice email bale..
8 can prime email bale..
I car poor mixed
A can mixed In balk...
Scan mixed In bulk....
I car white
6 can choice In balk
1 car lu bulk
No. 2 Red, per ba ....
No. 2 Medlluraneaa..
410 bhls Cltr In lot! 2 50&2 60
1W0 bbli City 8 50
1 car In sacki.
V0 pound Southern Illlnoli
5'iQ pounda Northern roll
Mo pounds Northern Dairy...,
9j0 poundi Uoutbera Illlnoli.,
5"0 doEon ..-.. UJIS
friOdoKon .... ... 13
1 coop large choice..
1 coop n
S coops mixed
100bblsIlcnDavls,K May A Borne Beantr 4 50
Mi bbli choice Wtneip 8 50
iObb's Uenstlns 1 00 3 BO
mac packed fruit socio fl.UHesi
Northern Peach Blowe perbmh m.60Q.70
Southern lilt. Peach Blowa per both 60d6l
Per barrel 7 50$ 00
.......... .34 X7
Ttorce nnM ..
Buckets m. 12X
H. O. Ilnun...
uii iu ivivur.... , ,, , ,. ...!
1 L I II...
2y, bushel burlap!
5 bushel "
Peachoi.halvoiand qaarter 4Q6
Choice medium 1
...,.. .M . t .... ..Mat
Dry Kllnt choice H
Dry Halt.. I. ...... .ltl.N.,M. ....((,,,,,,
Oreon 8alt...M. ....,,.ii(..ih.,.,..mi ....,,
Sheep PellH.dry M-.
Sheep Pelti, ereen
Damaged Uldu ,.. HH
mm 4 50Q I 00
.. .... 4 7MB a IIC
Medium Loaf. 1
a ana r po
Gor4Loaf.... T SOO 9 '0
RATE 8 Of FRBIQUT.
ft. vOrleani 17M
ridlena. Ark iS
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY
Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured
me of Catarrh, of which I havo been'afllic
ted over ten years, after trying almost every
remedy recommendod, none haying proved
so effective and thorough. 8. J. Aiken,
Wholesale Dealer in Boots and Bhots, 143
Federal St., Boston, Mass.
Sleepless nights made miserable !y that
tcrribio cough. Shiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. PaulO. Schuh, agent.
Free ot Coat.
All persons wishing to test tho merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of tho Throat
and Lungs aro requested to call at Harry
W.Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-eizo bottle will do. (1)
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars enn bo saved by us
ing proper judgment in tiiking care of tho
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, havo sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do uot delay a moment, but
go Bt onco and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for tho trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sjld by Hurry V.
Schuh. - (i)
A Reliable Port Wine.
Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whose Pmt
Grape Wine has such a wide reputation,
and which physicians prescribe so general
ly, was the first in this country to import
the Port Grape vines find to plart vine
yards of them and to iitroduco the art of
making wine from tho Ojiorto Grape which
is now the best wine to be Ind.and bus be
come a great favorito among the im:st fash,
ionable New York and Philadelphia
society. For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
J. C. Mitchell, Marion, III., snys: "I have
a great and constantly increasing demand
for Browu's Iron Bitters."
For loss of appetite, nauciea of stomach,
nd indigestion, "Lindsey's Blood Search
er" has no equal. Sold by druggists.
Fakmeks and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which f 5 to
20 a day can be earned, send address at
once, on postal, to II. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the 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
fir est make arc attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
5f'.'raii onnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxproBB trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it paases through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kiknan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gcn'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youih, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, free
OF cuakoe. This great remetly was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a soli-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
Elys' Cream Balm cured mo of Catarrh
of many years' standing restored my sense
of smell. For colds in the head it works
like magic. E. H. Sherwood, National
Stato Bank, Elizabeth, N. J.
UucKien's Arnica Salve
Tho Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped nands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For salo by Geo. E
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
Paul G. Schuh. (4)
Of the many remedies before, tho public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
Generative System, there is none equal to
Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
fails. $1 pkg., 6 for 5. At druggists.
ClTT Cl.cliR'a Orrir. I
. u,. . Caiko, HI., March 14tU, 1881. f
Pnbllc notlco 1 hereby glTen that on Tuimday the
17th day of April, A. D. iRsa, a Kunoral election
will beheld In tho cliy of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, state of Illinois, for the eluctlon of the follow
Ins named ollloeri, vlai A mayor, city clork, city
treasurer, city attornoy and one alderman from
each of Urn Uto wards of the city, For tho pur-
fie of laid election polla w 11 be opened at tho
ollowlnft named placoi, vis: , In the Firm wurd, at
the engine home of lha Arab fire company; In the
Seeond ward, at the enlne hoime of tho Kongo,
and Honrty lire company! In thu Third ward, at tho
engine hntue of tho Hibernian urn company; In
the Fourth ward, at the court houin; in tho Fifth
ward, at the enulne bona of the Anchor tiro com.
pany. Said election will bo openod at eight
0 clock In th morning and continue opened until
levon o'clock In the afternoon of lame nay.
By order of the city conncli. V, 3. FOLEY,
1 .. , Oitrciork,
1 m rr mm imiiliili!
I OUEE FITS!
.W.?,V!,..I-".1y c"roJI do not mean morolyto Hop
them for a time and th k... h.m .in.. .,..,Jr
pith RPi RuS'iT' 1 D1"1e the dl"""
'... LKP8.Y or LLINO SICKNESS a
lire-long itudy. I wairant my remedy to cure the
J?0. fLct.T; Becno o'huri We falfed li no rea
ion for not now receiving a cure. Send at one for
atroatlMandal-reePottleol my Infallible rem
ody. Olvo Uxpreoi and PontOfflce. Itcoatl you
nothing for a trial, and I win cure yon. '
Dr. II. K. ROOT.
1K3 Pearl St., New York.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
'M nod Gnrmoot. ura
ify. Parnljrtln, tpllrp.r,
a, t ihQtlon nr Lom of
a wrn euro for Nnrou fahiUl
Itrintiratttiim, Ovnrworkml Hrnio
Oomi,llnu, kni are .dap'tod M VHm A BEX ThSS
appllKnc. ar the .ry Uut Improwd, and .ntlrSS
d.S.rent from bell, .nd .11 othem, at the! maltin i
aoiijr oorlrrlut o of th. , .kln-eaa "be , worn at i?rk ai
M to mmt tha diffnmat Unn of h 1 d?JJlh.S
Kleetrieand MnaQetlo treatment ! of IJeSimThw f
iLH?0 lJh th9 "Ilt dlwaM. M their action li
direct upon Nerroua, Muwnlar.aad OeaaratlVeoVnfii
"'tortnK the ylUllt-whlob KIKlwi
without dniKBinB the atomnh.- The will core
owe ahort of atruotural defeneration and m ? 2rl
prepare to fnrolah the moVt eraThatlo "i l.bwlu
proof to .upport our cllmn. Our I llualratad Pamrtoit
"nt Free or In aealed enrelop for poa.aS,: pU M
eoMalta6B I AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
IriM iBviM 3 1 2 N. oth St., 8t. Loula.Mo
v iihi r.ntsruw. w muw i,uu ifiin.u 1 1 ...
JOHNSON'S ANODYNI LINIMINT wlU
poritlrelyprarenttbli terrible disoaiw, and will poet,
tlrply cure nine eaaee out of tn. Informatlrn that
will are many liv,, writ free by mail. Don't delny a
moment. Prevention lalwttertnan cure. I. & JOHN
BON 4 CO.. WittTtJN. MASS., formerly BnqVb, in.
IT PiBeona' Il-asATrra Pitu make new rich blood.
peoplcarealwajion the look
or cnancvi to increaao
eainlngs. and In time
become wealthy: thoee who
do not Improve their oppor-
. t unit ioi remain In poverty.
We ofTur a great chance to msko money. We want
many men, woman, hoya and glrla to work lor ns
right In their own localities Any one can do the
work properly fr in the flret Hart. The buglnem
will pay more thin ten times ordinary wages. Kx
pcnaive outfit furnished free. No ono who engaijfs
falis to make money tup'.dly. Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, or oulv your spate
momenta. Fnll Information and all that Is needed
sent froe. Addree S r IN SON A JO. Portland. Mu.
Beit Known Apparatus for
Weak or frightened people
safely transferred to terra
firm a by the use of this little
machine; which is
SIMPLE AND PEBFECT,
iHAvn-LiiNU JiiiiiiN are
particularly requested to call
and examine. Can be car
ried in any small "Grip."
Retail Price, S5.00.
Extra inducements to tho
trade, or any one ordering by
Agents wanted everywhere
W. G. Bailey & Co.,
a a Lane street,
Ctider the Tremont Homo.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo racket
Tho elegant and palatial steamer
B. S. EHEA,
J. 8. TYNEH
Leave! Cairo every Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash'
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mall
W. II. CHERRY,
H2HK DUES... Master
JOLLY HARD ..........Clerk
LcRvosthls port every Wednesday at4 p.m. for
The Ono passenger and freight steamer
Leaves Bt. Louis for Cairo Tuesday, March 87th
P- w...Je0 ,ro tof Ht- Louli, and way
andluKs Thursday, March S9. 8 a. ra.
not, tiro is sweeping by, go
and dare before yeudlo, soma
tlilntf mighty and sublime
leave behind to conquer time."
no a week In your own town.
Five Dollar outfit froe. No
risk. Kverything now. Capital not required. Wo
will furnish you everything. Many are making
fortunes. Ladles make aa mneh as men, and hoy
and girls make great pay. Reader, If you want
business at which voa can mak treat nay all tha
time, write for particulars to U. HALLffrf 4 CO
J IffW. nH L 1'. 4,iu1 H
The largest stock
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
Yon find at
F. W. ROS2SNTIIA.I,,
410 & 412 N. ltli St., ST. LOUIS.
kew pnops applied to tho surf are
our aiscoior ine DKin, or leavn
int-snu umiai.iornm nro or
Stitf Joints, Nouralcio, LaiueBuok, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat, Paine In the Limbs orlu any part ot tho Kyslnn,
aim is ciiuitiiyeiuuiicioiiN tor an
it4uiiuiK a powenut uiuusivo siniiuiailt. Bee JlcrrcM' Almntiap
Ask your Drufc'Klst for It. Trice BO
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL.
WTiolpanlB Dnigglat. 8T.
NEW ADVKKTISKM KNTS.
I liavn a iioslUvu rmuoUy (.,r tli alwra iliit.ua ; In u.
f 'honUa of cane, of Hi. wor.t klu.l unit of font
KandiiiK nave been ciir.il. lnlini,.n.tn,rii; N mv faitu
ai It. ellkaoy, that 1 will aend TWO Bori l.Ka KltKB. t,.
ti'lh.r with a TALI'ARI.R TKEATISB on tl.i, Ui."ai. m
Hit. T. A. bLUCltf, HI l-.arlSt.. Nuw York,
Up V 1, T'CiYn "f Aurura.Ill.. is im-eting
Ul . X . 1J. 1 va! It Wnh wonderful Nncccxa in
the cure of Cancer. Those allllcto'rt T 1 fji 1
shouldn't fall to consult him at once. UTjH
Free! Cards and Chromos.
We will send fr-e by mall a tamplo ret or our
large Uurnian, French atd American C'hroiiio
t arda, on tinted and gold grounds, with a price
list af over 2t dlfloront de.iuns, on recoiptofa
stamp for postage. Wo will also send irec by mnll
aa sample, ton of our beautiful C'hrouios, on re
ceipt of ton cent to nay for parking and postage;
also enclose a coulldeutlal price list of our largj
oil clirouioe. Agents wanted. Address K. (iLhA
SON & CO., HI Summer Mreet, lioston, Mats.
Who Each with his own Pet Scheme
Cultivate the Field ot Human
There have always been quacks: legal quacks,
theological quacks, scientific quacks ar.d medical
quacks. Some of thum are bland, oily follows who
argue and smile the world Into believing In their
favorite bttof bnmbag. Othcn ire pompous and
pretentions parasites. But Ihoy make It pay. Men
lecm toloro to be swindled, stipulating only thnt
it shall be neatly douo.
The dear public are equally liberal to the electric
and magnetic fraud. This fellow Is a genius In his
uno. ue win put a magnetic holt around your
waist, a magnetic necklace tinder your chin, or Ot
you out with an entire suit of magnetic clothes,
warranted to serve the purposo of ordinary gar
ments, and at the same tlmo to cure all diseases,
from whooping cough to hasty consumption.
Most of these have no moro electric or magnetic
power about them than resides In woolen blank
ets or In glr les of sackcloth. Only when applied
by an expert Is electricity of tho slightest tiso as a
medicinal agent, andoven'thun Its valne is grossly
overstt'el m V ,i B tho strongest possllilo pre
sumptive oviduutu In favor of a particular remedy!
Clearly thnt It should havo been prepared by re
sponsible pereous of acknowled skill In the treat
ment of disease.
Squarely on thl foundation stand. I'.KNHnN'S
CAPCINK frOKOUS PLASTER. Kudori-ed by
5,000 uhyilclans, pharmacist druggists and chem.
iBts, It needs no further apology nor Introduction.
It is the ono and ouly truo and trtod cxternul ap
plication. Quacks or all kinds pay the Cupolue the
compliment of their dlallke, as Patan Is said to
hate holy wator.
Look In the mlddlo of tha plaster for tho word
CAPCINE." Prlco 25 cents.
Seabury Johnson, Chemists, New Yi rk.
-m ..11 e
txt .lf.li " ...4.
A New and tompioto Hotol, fronting on LeW
SeceuU .iuii l.ullroaa Streets,
The Pastcnuor Pnot of the ChiBauo. hi. r.nni.
and AewOrl.Hiis: Illinois Central: Wabash, hl.
Iuls and Paulflc; Lou Mountain and Honihuru,
Mobile and Ohio; Cair.i aud Hi. Louis Kailwayi
are all jnst across the atrumt whllmho m,iih.,r
Landing la bnt on inuara distant.
Thlsllotel la lieatod by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydrm.Uo Klavalor, Klectrlc Cull Dells.
Automatto Klru-Alarms. Bathe, ah.oliitnlv nur. air.
purtect sewerage and complete appointments,
i Superb mrnisLlnKs: perfect service! and an nn
wjello Utile, i ;. l( , .
I V, I'AHKlCIt Ac OOLmB
Lb 1 . .
Mv,a7iwaa"r . litl lLi -t.
and lowest prices
A pnwurlul tirviuii-alluu coiii-
loscit niostlv of Essenthil OUa
rim most penetrating Llnimont
known. Ho pnncpntrntad tlmt
will Penetrate to the very Bone.
flisaweeaiplo elroctn of any kind. It
Khfnmntlsm. Sprnlna, Bmfn
tiaiiiH in uie Htomach and Bowels.
cts per bottle
filing UITV rcviTirVRnriv
TIIKHI N"-) flr-t aim U to Im truthful and nas.
nil ; Iti sec, ii. il, In w.lte nn eniertilnliig hlstoiy of
tho lime, in wtnrh well-o. It prints, rn an aver
aire, more lli.Mi a m lllmi coploa a week. Its clr
rulatinn Is now higrr ihun ever befcro. Subscrip
tion: Laiit (I pages), by mall, Mo a month, or
$ii Ml a year; Mesiuv vH pages), fLsM por year-
VtKKKI.V (H piigi).,. j ,., v,.8r.
I. W. K nLAN li. l'uhllwhwr. New York City.
N'HII'K TO INVENTORS.
Kor nil irformailon concerning ATiorlran an d
orelifn pnleinsyi.il liuiild correspond with or con
sult a linn wlio understand Ihetr business and who
pay personal altentlun to tho same. To all who
wish tuch knmv'ed : 1 t tliern write to or call unoit
tiKu. I". (iOCP, Atto"nu-ot-Law.
1 l-'l N . D. Avenue, 'uahingtoo, D. C.
Send for circulars and full liiforniailoii.
A ILmsehiild article. Halealilu as flour,
"mull cap, lul needed. Send 1 c. for sam
p e worth $1, anil prospectus, speolal forms,
c . in sealed letier. No postals noticed.
Aililioss . H. c Co , Marlou Ohio.
i iivuiii;b.,-.(i piinicity; resldeuts or any
htate. Di'sert'on, Non Snimort. Advice ami
applications for st'tmp. W. U. I.FB.Att'y,
, UVKKT1S KliS! send f- r our Select List of Local
Newspaper. Geo I'. Howell A Co.,
Hi Spruce St ,N. Y.
VEwlilr.vlh. aiwT.r.ward Inrany cuaof tlr Cnmpl.lot
Py,.l, tuk ll.-ad.-u h.. In.llu.illfin, C,illllia wCo.llv.Beu,
oaiiautcuri wlih VtV.I'. V-mMM. Llr.r fill., wh.n lha ilrw
tlon. ar. ilrk tly cm,(.li.,l with. They art urly v.aM0lt, au4
arm Ml lo iriv. umiaiUvn. Pti.rar Cvalnl. Ijrf. b,im,io
uinlu. mi jji wni,, y u;, hr M jrouu, d.wm o(
ti,aniMi i ,1 lnitu.tt .ri.. Tlii ii-nuh,. nin,irctiirtU .ill, b.
JlUIN f. VVKST A C(l., M ,i w. d,0 St., ChlL,i
t ttial i,a uat l.y ui.il prr.ia n m.U,t uf . tut itamp.
Health is Wealth !
Du K V. Wkht'h Nebtb and UnAiw Trkat.
mk.nt, ii KuurnuUietl opiHulio for Hystoris, Diwi.
nnsa, ('iinvnlHitiiia. 1'itn, Nervous NeurnlKin,
H(i(luclin, Nervima Primtrntitm caused by the nso '
ofalcoliwl or toliuooo, Wiikofulness, Montul Do.
lireHHimi, HuftoniiiK of tho Uruin resulting in in
winity unit leiiilintr to misory, decay and death,
rnutiiituro Old Axis Jliirnmnimrt, Low) of power
in cither sex. Involuntary Ixhhih and Hpermitt
orrhti'n ciiuhoi! hyttvnr-xortiiin of t lie brain, self
RbuBO or ivrr-indulKnoo. Hich box contains
ono mouth's treatment, fl.ftlu box, or six boxes
forfS.(l(),tHint by mail prepaid on roooipt of price, '
Wk3 a Alt.WTEK MIX JIOXKM
Tocuronnyciiflo. With enoh tmler rtxtoivtai byns
for six boxes, neroinpuiiied with we will
send tliopnrrtiiiBer our written ft'iuruuteo to ro
tund tho nimiey if thn treittinntit does uot olloct
a euro, tiuamulees iseuod only by
II ARK Y W. SOUUII.
Druggist. Cor. Commercial avo. IKth St.. Cairo.
C17 St. Charles Stroot, ST. L0DI3, M0.
A rK"lnr riin.lunt of two mrillcnt
Colleges, ll.H hi'eii lotmrr i lignged III the Ireat
tiii iit or 'liroiiic. Nervous, ISU tit and
Vlctful HP-tMsi-s than any olln r physlelau In
'hi. Luuls, as elly ,iip rK shew aud itfl old rest,
tlenls know. Ceiwiilliitlitn . I rulleenr vf mnll,
lieo itiul Invlteil. fiieiniiv talkor bis opinion
nuts nollilni. Win n It ln ivenjeiit tovlstt
the elly .or treatment, ineilleliiei ran liesent
by mall or expri'ss tivervw here, Ctintlile ca-ea
iriinniiitei'il; win-re iloulit exists 11 I. frankly
staled. Call of Write. '
Nervou.3 Prostration, Dubility, Mental ind
Physical Wealmnna, Mercurial and other
BuctiaofThroat, Skin and Bonn!, Blood
Impurities and Blood Toigoning, Skin Affoe
tion.i, OIdSorm and Ulnori, Itnpcdtmonti to
Marringo, jfmmatipm, Pitnsj; Speoial
attontlon to CMOS from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES roooivo apodal attention.
PJaewosiriiiinii froin Imp ruilunces, EioaiseSj
Indulgenoja er Expnsurm.
It Is elf.ev,eiit thnt a physlelan
gi'i'i't skill, ami plivsleiau. Ill regular praetleo
all over the country knowing tlM., frequently
ri'i'iimiueiiil ( nseatolhe olile.t offline In Aim-rlca,
I-,,, , i, nn,, . ii,-, Hi,, ii m a eian. ot rtt.r
where every known
ami the move,! ir
niilliiiit'H la n.orleil to.
uroixi rtrttHiH of all
agon nml eoiiiilrlea nie ueil, A whole hous. la
liseil lorolllee tMii-po-,, i, ami all are Irsnteil wltn
kilt tit a resii'i'triil uiaiitieri and, knowing
what to d. no experllui'iils sr mail., (mat.
count of the great uuinlN'r fti.pty In pr. tho
rlinrgea are kept loir, olleil lower than Is
diiimiiiled ly oilier. If vou secure the skl'l
and setaieeily mi, I perfect III" ure, thnt Is
t Ii n liiiioriunl iiiii Her. I'aniphlet, Wl pages
sent tu any uiPlrea nee,
PLArYs.! MARRIAGE GUIDE, (ps.
Elegntit rlotb n,l gilt liliiitlug. Pe.iled fnr rO 1 '
reiita In aitagn nr rtirrency. liver llllv wis."
lernil kii pit tin I'M, tine to life, arlleleson llm
follnwlng MiMet't't. W he nmy niarry, who Holt ' '
Sllj r I'ropiT age to inarrv. no marry llrat, i 1
anhond, Womanhood, I hvaleal deesv. w Im '.
should itinri'v. Unw inland haiuiliKMii'mnv In
inereaseii, i iioa niiu-netj or nintenMiiaiiiiti
Inarrylng should rend It, It onubl tofni read
uy all ml ii H perons thru kept under lock and .
V.ty. I'tipii'iir etiiiitin, aitm-l Rtaiaive, ne.ipnpi r
over aim Hal pagra, x muu uy luaiu IU IIMHMaV
r laMlay. ,
1 All I 1 B aV' at I i-i