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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1833
DULY AND WXEKLT.
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IMTAIUBLr l ADVABCI. , .
lommuotcaiioa honld b ddre4 to
K. A- BUKNKTT.
fubluher nl Proprietor.
dditional Local Items.
h Quoin elected a full license ticket
ecem election, oi a outn'Ntr ui . yr
much in anti-iicoo. ' ., .
. . m i
tail. Saup ia preparing cxtcoaivelv
M lunimer trade la refroahmeots. Bit
am parlor ia betpy newly plastered I BUbopeffoctivcly illustrated.
ill be re-parwed..,. For the soda bu-
he baa already teenred and put up
eat fountain in the -citj arid has on
y a new generator, capable and die
ng ninety gallons at every charge.
,'venteen hundred and thirty-seven J building of the Bfopklyn .Bridge is cootrib
ere cat for the head of the ticket J ted by William C. Conaor, with' tenj -oni
L city last Tuesday. The third ward
B with 390; the nest high' St was the
which give 359; next, the
331. next, the first. 836;
it, the fifth, 301. It was the heaviest
tt at a city election for the bad of
ket during many years.
tie latest large failure at Pittsburg Is
f a heavy iron Arm having liabilities
1500,000, and l,330,0O0 of assets to
ith, leaving s deficiency of $350,000,
f all the assets shall be realized. There
-en so many failures in the vicinity
uburg, and so many troubles between
ycrs and employer that outsiders
t imagine the new tariff had soma-
to do with it. But it seems that this
failure was dus touunfortanate spec-
ns to pig-Iron, ine nrm went oe-
its legitimate business, which was
khle enough, to engage in something
an l the result was whit might have
expected, a disastrous failure.
a lucah News: "A private dispatch
ed to-day from Cairo announces that
W. Hal lid ay was Tuesday elected
r of Csiro over Mr. Jack Winter, bis
ity being stated at five hundred. Mr.
Ilalliday is the youngeat of the
era oi mat name, ana a competent
pular gentleman. He represents the
element of our Egyptian neighbor,
h of the ao-called clique of "owoers"
place. Mr. Winter is an ex-mayor,
rom among tho people, but though he
good record he had to be laid away."
News intends its reference to Mr.
Jay as one "of the so-called clique that
the place," as a reproach to him, and
uld probably be justified in doing so
conditions here were as they are in
cab. But lot the News think what it
it is enough for us to know that the
M sm . aL. A tL A
o ot (jairo ao not regara ine iaci wm
Ilalliday is one of the thousands of
's people who have a material interest
e weltare of the city, as a disqualiflca-
for the mayoralty. Tbu fact will
ably be apparent, even to the Paducah
from the result of the late election
Several days ago Senators Login and
om were on the floor of the Illinois
he at Springfield and were the objects
uch attention, and the State Journal
occasion to make this incident the
ect of the following retroipective edi-
1 in which Messrs. Logan and Line-
relations are interestingly commented
; In the house yesterday, while Sena-
Nvas modestly occupying a seat with a
(uber, on motion of Mr. Littler he was
ted to the speaker's platform; and Mr.
gar pleasantly said, "Yea, aend him
where we can watch him." Tbis re-
k recalled a bit of personal history
cb probably Mr. Linegar - hat not for-
ten. In 1860 Mr. Linegar was the He-
lican nominee for congress in the Caito
gressional district, and Gen. Logan was
candidate for the Democrats. They
agod in a joint debate, and bad a heated
test, but the election resulted in Gen.
- ........... Tk.. ...... fXllAWlnfv flan
J HQ lUliVO, IUI J "I ,M v-.
;an resigned bis seat in congress, and
... . . .
ered tue union army, serving isjiuiyujr
, gallantly, and being mustered out of
military service, thoroughly and honest
rubuod with the idea that the principles
k ho Republican party which hadprose-
ed the war and crushed out the rebel-
n, ought to bo upheld and sustained
lainst the Democratic theories of state
bts and secession io the south, and ob-
uctipn and tnullificatioo in the north,
ice then there has been no braver defen-
r nor more eloquent advocate of the cause
good government, . in the halls ot the
tional legislature, than Gen. Logan. He
is honored by the party with which he cast
fortunes at the commencement of the
kr, and now occupies , the most exalted
isition within the gift of the people of the
ate. Mr. Ltnegar'i career nas not oeen
prominently successful. Appointed to a
ition of trust and smolumsnt, as a Re
iblican, under the first administration of
braham Lincoln as president, he became
mvlcted that the Republican party was
rong when he was mustered out of. the
llnl service. - Then he went over to the I
democracy, ' of which party be has been a
(insistent and persistent member. . Tin has
CAIRO BULLETIN. nodoubtreUlned Tlv,d recollection of
the famous campaign of IdQO, in which he
took io conspicuous part ; and the ruinem-
braoca of it, sad the fact that he ia but a
repreinntative in the the Illinuia legislature
white his competitor in f that canvass ii one
of the moat distinguished members of thd
i United States locate, may have prompted
6 xaootha ...--. 1 00 I ha etDitMiion. MBnd him un where we ran
! . . v. ..' . : . ----
watcn mm." It is worthy of rerr ark that
citizen! of Illinois are not the only people
in the country, who ire just now anxious
to "watch" Gen. Logan. It ii barely pos-
DAILY BULLETIN I ,ib,8lt wil1 'lui further elevation of
ueo. igau id omciai me w convince nr.
Linegar which of the candidate in the
congreeiional campaign ot I860 hat made a
Hartes'i Magazine tor May n an ei
coediojly Interesting aud beautifully illus
trated Nunihcr. The opening article ia a
striking and novel presentation of the sail
Mt features of Sao Fianuiaco, by W, II.
"Roman Carnival 8ketcne,n by Anna
Bowman Blake, it an entertaining and
picturesque papr, illuatrtted by Mr. Rein
hart. An exceedingly Interesting story of the
Walter Uerries Pollock contribute an
article of great literary value on Anthony
Trollops, accompanied an excelleot por
trait. The frontispiece of the Number ia a fine
eneravinir of Mr. Abbey's picture. "The
A new series noval is begun in this Sum
ber, entitled "A 'Castile in , Spain" a story
full of droll humor, with a vein of romance
running through it. It is profusely ill us
trated by Abbey.
Professor John F. Wmr contributes an
article of especial interest to young art
students, on "Art Study at Horue and
Abroad." In Professor Weir's judgment,
American schools ars fully equipped, and
sufficient for the purpoces of academic
training; but be advocates subsequent travel
abroad for the study of the old masters,
His article is timely, in connection wi h
the offer recently made by the Messrs. Hsr
per to young American artists.
Kate W. Hamilton contributes an excel
lent short story, entitled Nehetniahs
Dr. T. M. Coao's brief article, entitleil
Freb Air in Summer," is timely and sug
Poems are contributed by Elizabeth
Stnart Phelpa, Herbert E.Clarke aod Louise
A Lock of Hair From a Bald fle&i
That eenial fellow, John L. Thomas,
of Baltimore, tells this crood tory about
the Orent Uorumoucr of Pennsylvania.
When I was in congress I used to be a
frequenter oi . the room or old iiiau.
Stevens. One day, while talking to
gether, a visitor entered unexpectedly,
bbe was a tall, raw-boned woman, with
ox-bow spwtaoles on the bridge of her
nose, and a imlkv ereen gingham um
brella. She hnndea Mr. Stevens a card
with tho words. "Abigail Meecharu,
Kennebunkoort, Mo.." and said:
"Do I have tho honor of beholding
the Hon. Thaddeus Steven9. of Pennsyl
Somewhat embarrassed, Mr. Stevens
acknowledged his identity, and asked
bis visitor to be seated.
"Thank you, no," was the reply,
"but I wish to say, sir, that in my quiet
homo down East "I hare heard of youi
glorious efforts in behalf ofthe emanci
pated Slave, and I have traveled hither,
sir, to ask the privilege of shaking your
She shook it.
"Sow, sir, I have one more privilege
to ask. It is a souvenir of tbis interview.
I wIhU to take horue with me, if I may
be so bold as to aide, a lk of the Great
Old Tlind was for a moment more em
barrassed than I ever saw him before;
then ho smiled faintly; he put his hand
to bis Hcslplock aud, lifting hie brown
wig bodily, laid it upon the table, leav
ing his pate as bald as a billiard ball.
"Tlterc is overr hair on my bead, mad
am; tuako vouf own choice of a lock."
Need it be added that the Maine wom
an did MIliilaMphia Press.
Philadelphia, according to the Record
of that city, has a good list of lady mil
lionaires. "Mrs. Thomas A. Scott leads
nff with at leant 110,000,000. Mrs.
Bloorofield A. Moore is near the ton ol
the ladder. Her husband's personal es
tate was valued at 15,500,000, and this,
besides his other investments, leaves ths
lady in possession of an imnicnso in
come. Mrs. Anna W. Balrd and Mrs.
Matthow Baldwin; both of whose hus
bands were in the celebrated Baldwin
locomotive-works, aro worth $2,000,000
each. Mrs. Adolph E. Borie is a mil
lionaire in her own right. When the
late George Fales died his personal es
tate! was worth over $2,000,000,, and hit
; wife and daughter divided this as well
as his other poflfipssions. Two daughters
of Henry Rawle were left $1,000,000
each by their mother, which is a good
k start for young ladioa and is likeTy to
dfaw attention to tbem. One of the Indy
attendants at the Church of the Epiph
any drives to the house of worship in a
: modest carriage. Her Income is $260,
000 a year. If noon make the money
' and women do spend it, a list of the
various charities about tho city shows
that the ladies know where to put it so
that it will do some good to others.
' According to the Philadelphia Record,
the town of Darby, in , Pennsylvania, is
' a blace where miscegenation is common.
, Although it is a small place, half a doz-
, ed uegrocs In Darby have white wIvch,
ami tho colored woin.'n have algnl Hod n
, willingness to come down to the social
scale and take "white trash" for bus
binds. But they seein to tiud no offers.
I I .1.- . ,
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Holiccelu ton column, eiirnt tent tr Un tor
IrHt tin) nv cent per Un each aubaoquaot le-
'.Ion. for one week, itoesnu perils, tot on
month. 'Ki cent per lln
If you need any Carpeti, Lace Curtain
and Window Shade it will be to your in
terest to call on F. W. ltosentbal & Co.,
410 and 412 4th Ht. St. Louia.
The Union Bakery.
At The Union Bakery may be found the
bent aud cheapest bread and cakes, or suy
other articles in that line.
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
uniier cultivation; blue grau pasture; farm
contains 192 seres; in Bond county, Ills.,
2 J' miles from railroad station.
E. A. HCRNBTT.
New Blacksmith Shop.
new horao aliocing ahop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner ot blackHinithing ana wagon work
done to order. Hepairin'' work a specialty.
Wvrk done promptly. tf
Ice, Wood aud Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 60c. pur 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, 11 per cord, and
ktudling f 1 per lnni, at J a cot) JUees.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
"Uackmetack," a lasting and fragrant
pirfutre. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons unnoted witn Astnma, uron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of tho Throat and Lungs, can get
(rial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at abovo Drug Store. (4)
Geo. II. Burger. Carlyle, III., says: "I
have sold Brown's Iron Bitters to over 125
different persons all ot whom recommend
Truiito Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of thaever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for ber dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their ueualt. v Den
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a tliorougli cleansing, tue
stomach and bowels regulated, blood pun-
tied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters arc the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Schuh. (4)
Fkom Major Downs, Military Instructor,
Mt. PleasoDt Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y.:
During the very cold weather I was suffer
ing w ith Catarrh. My head and throat
ached so severely that I was obliged to give
up everything and keep quiet. Elys'
Cream Blm was suggested. Within an
hour from the first application I felt re
lieved, the pnin b.;gan to subside. In two
days wna entirely cured. W. A. DownB.
Feb. I5tb, 1881.
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer hy which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls f so do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
See a woman in another column near
Speer's Viti'-yards, picking grapes from
which Sp"er'a Port Grapo wine is made,
that is highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for the ue of invalids weakly
persons ami trie agea. Mia oy oruggiata
Shiloh's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
T. LOUIS & ST. PAU
n.a.Tiru 9t , t y-n Uai
r in Olds-Wheel Paatenger Steamers)
B-t wwi 8T. LOUTS. HANNIBAL. QtmvCT,
KKOKUX. BURLLVOTON, BOOKISLAKO.
DAVENPORT. CLIWION, DHBUftUB,
LAOKOS8K, ST. PAUL, aud MINKXAPOU.
bU Pul Parknta Icnr St. Loo l vnrw MoodJVd
DwUraDdFridnr. t4p.m. Qulacj A KokaiPo
ta Ht. Loula dully, Handur ioptd,at t p.B.
Kuanlon Tloket at low rate to KkPaaLLak
Mlnnatonka and all Northara Sumrnar Rnaort. tHrw
and chMtpMtrauta to Dakota, &lDntaaaodMaaltoM
KorlUustratad Ontda Hook, Urn tabl, iiiiiii
lad fntlsht ratM, and other Information, adJraaa.
Wbarfboat foot ol OUt bu.
Nashville. Paducah A Cairn Packet
Thcalogaot and palatial atfiamer
B. S. EHEA,
J. S. TYN8K
Lesvoa Cairo every Monday al 4 p. ro. for Naab
Nashville, Pailucah & Cairo U. 8. Mail
W. H. CHERRY,
ia t -Mas
Leaveethl port every Wodneadayati p. m. for
Tho Ine paa.flUKer and fretubt iteamar
Leave tt. Lonl for Cairo once each wk 5
p.m. Leav Cairo tot at. Loulj, tad way laad
log one aeh weak S a. ta.
U'rt..K. ' "S
Now sua conini'ic n ,iul, froritlnu on
- hond unit I'B'iroHl ijtrrcu,
Tb Hsoniir D-pl ol tNp Chlcno, Ht. Louie
tud . rln: IMiiioIk Central; WilinKh. Ml..
Log n tod Pacific; Iioo Mounttln and S'inthrrn,
Mob'lf and inio; i air. inn ni. luiiih Kuiiwuvk
tr all Junt r,ros ll 'rof t : while the Htnsinbosi
Lsodiua la bnt one niunr dintunt,
Thin liotoi i nckira tty miim, n ru.nn,
Laandry. Hydraulic Klovtior, Klxotrlc Cull IIcik
Amomaiic Klro-AUrmii. liatlin, tholntlv miru lr
purt'et Mworvir and uimplU appolntniruti.
Ti. T. PAHKKH At
POUT 0KAPE WIXE
Spkkr's Pokt Givz Wink
FOUR YEARS OLD.
niarELEBKATED NATIVE WIS B ia male
from the lalce of the Oporto lrape. raised li
thlacouDtrr. Ha luvalnablu tonic ard c.ruuih
anlnir nriiUHrtioa are nnaonsBcd bv any (l in I
Natlv Wine. H.-IDJ tna pore juic oi tr orapo,
produced ondr Mr. S peer a own puraonal aaperrl
loo, It puriif ana gunuiai una, am guimuicii
Th. vnnn. i.' rhllrl tn i Drtak- of It rucMUi
aaalltiff, and the weaken Invalid oao It to advnn
lage ii ia paniciuariT ovokui iai io iuc n.-u
di-bllltaled. and suited to the variona alliuui.te thn
affect th woaki'f aet. It lalnevr reper.t A
WINS TO BK K ELI Ell OS,
Sneer's P. J. blierry.
The P. J. 8HKHK V. la wino of Superior Chai
acter andt rtkeoftha rlcliqual tk-a of the rop(.
from h (-0 It la niadu For Purity, liicnne-a. fia
vnt and Mudtclnal Proocrtiea. It will be loom! lie
Speers P. .1. Brandy.
Thia RHAVDV .lands nnrtva'.ed In ttila C'lnlry
blnfar anuorlr.r for medicinal puipoee. It l a
porediatlllatUiu fro-n the Brp. and coniatna vl.
nahU mudlclnal DroDertlt-a. It haa a delicalo na
or. alm lar to thai of lb crap'-a, from whk U It ii
dtattlUd. and la lu rJai la'T ainonn nroi-cm.
fmlllra.: rtc that tba mntnre of Al KRKI
HrKKK, r'aalc, . . J.. I over in cum 01
Hold iiv PAUL wunm.
ASBVi)RC'rsT!!i kverywh -.r(K
iicotili;ari-aiajf on the look
ont for rhanrea to lucn-ao
their mm un. and In tlm
tircorne wuatiuj , mum in
do not Itnpri.Tu ihrlr oppor
tunlilea rnialn lu povi-rtv.
We offer a Rffat chance to nrnko money. Wu w at
many men, omnu, hm-a and el rla to work lor ui
rlRlitlnihiilroirDlo-ir'n' Any on" cun do tho
irork properlv rr .m ido nrai aian ion ous.uuk
will par mre'ttj.ti ton time ordinary wnjfva. Kx
penaiveoatfli fnmialie'! fruo. No one who ciiirajei
fade to make mouv rap rtlr. You can dL-v.,te
yoar whol tlm to the work, or onl your apaie
moment. Full Information and a l t-al la nerded
entfre. Addreii STIN SOX A '.'O. Portland. Me.
1 1. pouia riumll tor tlii. limit iIimmoi hr in
m llxm.and. of ... of the pmt kind ana of I"IH
lundlnr bar baaii rurl. Idw'l. "'""'.";''' a
Ita .rHracy, that I win BOVTLK.H J Hf.K t--
thir will, a ViLfiRLg 1 ItEATIRK on till. Uia"M, l
lu .uOirar. oivaKirn-wai-ll'.o.a'ldrp-a.
i)E. T. JL SlOCl Hi IM Poafl Si., New York,
N, B. Tbistlewood & Uv.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Propoaml" to ( 11 r Prtntintf.
Orrtranr City Ci.iik,
r. ho. III . Atril nth, lt-ifl
Healed nrono.ala III he received at thl offloe no
..flVl. .P r.i.T. council Tue.dav Mat let ISK3.
for dolntf the clt rrintlus for Ihp year end uv
AoHl KM. 'aid a muat Include the coal of
Buhl ahlnc the "i""1' proceedlnpa, ordllian.ea
puniian nw .. ... . ar,,i hv ,,. ri,v r cer
and notice of all kind inaerted by any city o Jlcer
or by order of the cil.v council, al-o a'l apucliil as
enicnt pntlrea mado by cominlaloncr whether
DDolnled by 'ho fll council or couui nrari. n
S ood and .ufllc nt bond inuat actomi.any blda.
th r.,h, to reject
Votloe to "oiitri otoi-B
Omen oirC tt Ct rna.
Oair. III.. Aorll llh. M". I
Healed propoaa'a will he rur.oivod at lliiaofllre up
tomeetinitof tue cllvcoiinell May 11, it), ror mr-l.-i.
uch lu bcraathrr. lv ivav miiiIio for ibe
v.r nrdiiiR April & th, ISHI. 8aid lumber to he uf
rood andaoiind white or bu
mnA aound wmte or ourr oaK. wn'toor yi'iiow
Dltieorcyi re and free fiom aap or niiaonnd knot
and uf each dimension a m. bo required, and to
k Hvllvered lu ucn qtianiuie at nu n timra aim
Dlare within the cnrpomle limit a tho commit
i... airiiitia mav dirie.i. A noud and aiitllcni
bond maal accompany Wdi, Iho rlht to r J'-a
.i,r and btrta raervnii nv tne dtv.
u3r, D. J. V.iLrXY', City Clerk.
'Vn !nn triK'to' aand Hulldern
j'in(iwa nn Oni'HANa Mrri At, Ant Hm inv, 1
rTa nr.doralcniMl wlllrec to aealed nrnpuaal P
toSo'clork H. M , on Saturday th xHlh ol April,
for tb furnlehlnt of niaterlul aud labor for build
lm( an Onim iur mil nui:iiv.
Cm. will he entertained aenaratelv for the canton
tor work, alo for tho brli-kiayltg, nialerial lobe
fnmt'hed. W reaorve tb rluhi to rJ:t any and
all bin. Plan and ipecillcatlona may he aeeu at
"'rf ki'lu'. will he nnennrl at lho office on Ratniv
il nlffhl the IWtli lnl at 8 o'clock aharp. Ail bid.
der art ri'peoirulli Invited to be pri'iit.
J. S JlnHAHK Y,
J, A. 001 nsTINK, '
, R If. HAIIIli.
Caim, April 17th, 1SS1. Hulldlns Commute.
.i sr-, A 'nv -3
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS)
410 & 412
few drops applied to the surface
ana almost inatantiv muiava pain: it wtu not Boil Clothin-.
Stiff Joint, Nfmrola, Liuno liadc, Craunp, ToothAcbe
Sore Tbroat, Pain in the Limb or lu any part ot the System
ana ia equally enicacioua lor an pain
reautrlna a powerful dWuslve atlinulant Bee airrpira Almanac,
Ask your DniggUt for It. Price so eta
Prepared only by JACOB B. MERREIX,
Wholeaala Droinflat. ST.
After a Rainy bide a Conu try l'hjsl-
cian TellH What He Thinks of
"I wlrh to pmclona aotne people would lenrn
when they ned a doctor and when Uief dou't,"
exclaimed Doctor K , ai he entered hli houte
Inaco.oylltt'e vl laireln the interior of the State
of N' W York, after a todioua ilht rule for many
milea. I hare been down amoii the mountalua to
are a man, who the meienier aid, wa very lick,
and not likely to live 'I'll morning, nnlea e had
immi dlat 1 hi p; acd found him affcrlnn from a
rattier ahirp attick of colic, wliUh bl family
rulijht have ro'icv-d ln-tun mtuu'ea, If they had a
grain of icne ai,d two or three alcple remodiea In
tht hon.e. Hiit 10; they mnat remain knorant
pl-, an1 when the leant ache or pain takctthem,
af ud for a doctor, whothcr thcr tver pay blm or
'''by, Doctor, what kind of liuipli; remedlui, aa
jon call them, do yon expect people to kei'P In h"
houie!'1 a!ied U a wild, a (he poured him a cup
of hot tea.
"lulhla ca," antwered th Doctor, "if they
had only pot a BENSON'S CAPClStt rOttOTJb
PI.?TKKon the man'i atomach, he would have
been all rluht in an hour, and aaved a a dreary
In all ordinary complaint. It cure al once.
all dlacaiea are eliminated from the yu m hy
what maybe roughly called r.xpulalon or extrac
tion, or by a union of the two proc am. Bn
aon a Plaater promote, both, it Incltea ti.e torpid
organa tn act, arid aenda tf healing, aoothlnjln
fl'iunce thronjih the myriad pi rua of ihe akin. All
other platter obllje the patient to -va!t. Thoy
give Mm hope for to-morrow, Ik-neon 'a plaator
Clvu him help to day. Which la better, do you
thluk? Buy the UAPCINE and keep it lu the
houae. Price 'a ceuta.
I OURJi FITS!
Wbvn I ay lire I do not mean morel)' to atop
bi-m for ilme and then have them return ai:a:u,
I m .an a raillcaicnre. t have made the dleaieof
KITS. Ki ll "NY or FAl-LINU SICKNK-.8 a
llfe loi, - . . ! irant my romedy to curt-the
wort cum ii . : unae nihera have failed l no rva
ou for not now receiving a core, l-emi at onee for
a treatlae and a Kreo Hoi tin ol ny t n f til 1 1 hie rem
edy. Ul-e Eiiire-a and I'o.t Office, ltcoatayoo
nothing for a trial, and 1 wlil cure you.
Aaure.a nr. it. h. ituor,
13 Pearl St.. New York.
617 St. Charles Strcat, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. regular Om.l uutu of tw inodlfil
eolleije.. hat hei-n lona-er enKKetl lu th Irvut
nieut of C'hl-onlo. Servou. r-ltin niul
Ltlooii Ulaeuiea than anv other phyalclaii In
St. IiuU, a city ,n r. Uw nnd all olilre.l.
deiita know, t'onsiiltat'-nn . t nnVr or ay mall,
fre. and luvlti; !. A iViemllv l.ilk or blaoilnion
cn.tK iiollilui:. When ll l Inriinvi'illelit lorlslt
the city .or treutment, turilli-lih-a can he lent
by mallor expria evnryv, Mere. Ciirahl (.-
(riihrnuUJ"il ; w here doubt i-x lt lllifrankly
duii;U. Call or Write. .
. Ktvoih rroctratioa Debility, Montal and
Physical W caxnma, Mrrcurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonoi, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poiaoning, Skill ArTo
tiona. jldgorcs A"d Uloera, Iropadimnnta to
Miiiriaga, EheumaUnn, Pilea. Special
.ttoution to d:jes from ovor-woried brain.
SURGICAL CASES rtcaivs ipeial attention.
Plsoanas ariainif from Imr.rudcnots, ExcosaoSi
Indulged? 3S or Expoaurci.
It I elf-iilnnt that a iiheilrlan pavins
particular ttlenllon to eln. nfraea attaint
Krnet iklll. and phyalrlaua In letfiilar praellie
all over the rnuntrv know lag Ibk frenumitly
recommend eaaeatollie elilen i.lllre In Aiiii-rlcn,
where everv known appllanre l retorted to.
and the irovi.il ;rirl rvriiHillf f all
age and countries arc iu. il. . A whole lioua la
med forollli-e purpn.'ir, am) all are treated with
kill In a rerctiul iner: and. knnviliiK
what to do. m experiment are, nmil. iln ac
count of the rreat liiiinln r appl) lUJT. the
eharirea ate kij-t low. uftrn lower than la
ileiiiamled tv iiibert It n Heine the akl'l
and relaepeedy and rerfiTl Itti. rure. Ibulla
lb Tuiporltnl nmiji r. raniplilet, M panes
vul to any adon-tn IVUi
P&'&IKARRiAGE GUIDE, m.
Elegant elnih ami K'" blielluir, Sealed IbrtO
ceiita In tioktam, it eiirieni y. Over tl ity won
I'erful pen 'li uie, Mn to life . aiili-lei ion tlm
fnlloMlnn auiilu'lt. W lm inuy marry, who not;
whvT lrr'ri riie Ion mtv. IVbo marry flrf.
Jlatihooil, WiMuinil.oo.l. 1'liy.li-al deeiiy, Who
ahoulil noir. N . Il",i Uf i"'l lui ilne niv b
Inereaieil, TIium' HimtIhI nr eniileiiiiiliitlnii
fiamliik alioull r,.,Ml it. it oimlit lo lie reail
py ail B.Tuli piTM.ii.. then keil lor lock ami
key. I'liiiiiler e, Ml ion, onf n nlie, but paper
rover mil iM(-"fe- ' h mall, lu uiomu
r pmita. ' ' ' '
Hat amurt n en r nje a-, on (o S8 00 pr day pro
111, Mill n tun "rucaet .li 'niiai, iuonio.imrvei
lon llttlii voluuiu i ver fed. Needed, endoraed
and purehvo'l by all ol ie-oi BotbinK in th hook
lino ever Htial to it Will i rovo It or forfml $N o.
Complete aautple and ouifl 6 , or tull parti
cular Tor .lamp Poti't art' out aualn ttnlil yon
learn what I -aid of lh hook, and what other
are doing. W. l. THOMPSON, Pabllaher, 401
Arch Sin at, Pklluilvli Uia, !. aprUm
N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
A pownrdil pifiUi';.;i',ii coiu-
!oscd mostly of Ebact.al Oill
known. So concfcLtmtd 'hara
will Penetrate to the vry Bone,
in uie otomacn ana jiowoi
from mornliiK to morning and from w t
week TIJb MUN priu tacoutltined atory of U
Uvea uf real uvu and womun. and of their dead,
p aaa loves, hatna and troublea, Thla. tnry U ,
more lntnreiiliic than any romance that waa ee
d . viecd. Suhcriptiou: ' ailT (4 t pa), fc i
mail, Sic. a month, or g r a year; HskimT ft7
page.), f 1.20 per year; Wcxklt (S page), l,00
I. W. KOUNII. Pnbllahar, Saw T rkCltf.
81pa.CATAI.'KlLK,wlth word aM
mu-ir. oi . it aongi and a handaoaa
Piarque free to any addr a on Moalpt
of la (ciili In njia;e ttampa. "w
nnvor vi Kk at w . ran v " aonr;
"Kirat Lnve.V wal z aot,s; "iVhen tb
Clouna o Kolliiiir hv." .one: "Trlfet'l
Vn-pb." nlano- ' Inlauthe" PMDOttRi.
pinno. All ! plec'', Si paea, fnll a xe muale, poM
free 80 cent the lot. K. W. TKIFKT,
as School Htreel. Boat on, MM. ,
AIiVl.KTlkKS by addrmi OKO. ROW-El-LiCO..
10 p'pinre St.- New, York, eaav
lenrn the exact cct Of any t.npoad )innf aAvwf
tialne in Amor, cm Newapape-e. t'pat
WE will pv th. .bo., rtwird tor ant fr Cala '
Dvirpd Hick H-iduh.. Indlx.iiloa, CoihUo.CmUt.m
...coot cor. wlUi W..i' V.jrW,l, lint lilli, van a r r
UoM.r. iiricllir enmplM wiiU. !, r. .nl wjetabU, h4 .
arr (ill u Hy. Mtufaku. ifr CUd. jir. bom,na
Mlniuf au ..IK ib neu. r.r ui. Iv .11 dnirfliU.. .. af
tounurfriti .Dd tmtutloat. Tb. (-ii'n. nwtavri.r mlf kf ,
JuHN C. WLST & CO., 1-1 1M W. kllun ftb, CaiMt(l
vrc. Irul uatLMr. mui ty u,.il iriv,aoaMMUiiof a a m a
iHealth is Wealth!
Un K. ('.WsaT's NsnrR and TIrais Tyaay.
irKNT, a (ruaranUwd eiwoiho for Hyatena, 1
noss, CormilaioiiK, Kit. Nerroua Nearalciav
Uendachn, Nervous Pruet mt ion canaed by th a
of aloobel or tobacco, VN'akefulneea, Mental D
proeaiou, Softonintf ot tho Hraiii reapltiijs ja
anity niul leadinu to miery, decay aud deata,
l'remiituro Old Auo, Hnrrunneaa, Loa of txiw
in cither eox, Involuntnry Ixawej and Mporntau
orrhoeu ciiuewl by overexertion of th brain,
nbuae or over-indula-onoa. Kach box contatae
one month'a treatmnt. Il.ni n bra. or sis box
fur Ij.UU.aentby mail propnidon receiptor pnaxa
HIS UlAlUXlMi aiA
ro euro anf caao. With eBch order wVC oya
lor aix boxea. accompanied with MU w wvu
lend the purchaaermu' writlen (ruaranWo W ra
I....A nt.,nn if Ilia t real men t dlMM not VMtm
WaJ GI AUAXTEK BIX. 1MU
fund the money if tli tn atmeniouaaimnii
euro. Uuarnnteoa inaueu una oj ... ...
Drntritlal, Cor. Commercial ivo. t lHth at.. Pair.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY
Th tlnward Oulvanlo Hlitald and mt ethar Watln.
flnlvanlo and ttatiMtlo Al'Plln'. and (larm.nl. ara
ra oun (or Narvoue Delilllfr, I'ar.lrala, Knll.paf.
ltb'iimntlaia, Ov.rwnrked llniln, r.ihan.ttn or LaaaM
vital toemx. Wank buck, Ktiluay, I Ir.r.anil Btoaaali
tlomiilitlnt.. anil ar adapleil to r.H HKK BSX.
apiillaiwe. ar. thavarr jateat Improvad. and Unit
d nreat from twlia and all othare. aa that Daaltlm
enarataoonilnuniiaeurrsat without arlda, aaaafa a
aora. norlrrltatl m of Ibe akin one b war at wer a
w.ll a. raat-mnlr nntloaabl. to w.arar. Power I rnl
ImI to meat tiia d.ltnraat Utt of all dlaaaa w.m
Llaeirlo and Maanatla tiwatmaat la of baoUli. ThoatSa
At ene raaeh th aaat ot dlata., a tblr artloa a
dirMtupnn Narvoua, Muaenlar.and OeawallvaOanhwa,
aiwedll V rp.tnrlnii rh vltalitrklck I Klwlrkatr-drnln-J
frnm tb. ajralem by atceaa or Indlaentloa. a4
Ui.-r tliua In a natnral war ovrreona tba waaka.a
wlinoutdriiKilnith atoni.ort. Thar will ear mrt
a ahnrl uf .trnntnrl dutlaB. mad e era
iiniiiiirni wi iiirni.n tne moat miiBati"1
ornor In HiuirHtrt nur cUimt.
(Iur lllu. tr.wa r
aanl Vro or In aaalad nvalaii for o iieaiw.
CoaitiUatloa I ArvllKlOANOALVANIOOO.
Tin t Isvttrd ( 3d N. 6th St.. St, Louls.M
JOHNSON'S ANODVNS tlNMa1Tf
Jf.T"7"-J7tkia t.rribldliaaa. aaat MU V
nii A CO.. 1 OHT
CO., liimTorVIJV"- rurrmfiy ?fTT T
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