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USYMPATHlZEWITIni THE HOPE OW
p-YDIA E. PINKHAlvV8J
U Hure Cure far all FEJUXE.WEAK.
NKHHKH, Jncladlnc Laarorrhea, Ir. .;
rrvular and Painfal Dlenetroatloat
Influsnmntlaa and literal loa of
tha Womb Floadtas. PHOa
LAPSUS UTERI, Are. . ) C ,
if Pleaaant to th toftc, aracadoo and bMBadUS
alia effect. It a a treat kelp in rregnaoeT, and m
htm pain diuiuf labor and at rtgular ptrtoda.
rUTSirtASS l (I IT AID FKIM'BfSt IT tUEH
fy F"I XIX Wl.nnwira of the (CDaraUra orgaa :
f tilbrr erg, It l Mcond to no remedy tbaMiu ant -
en fcef ora t).a public i and for all dlacaaa of tha
itxrri It li th QmUtt Btmtdti i tU World.
tariUDNET COMPLAINTS e f Either
UnJ Ureal Heliefla Ita Cm.
I.rni sr.. piximAM'a moon pnima
Mil irmd.i au .-nrr ie.tiir ot liumoi frotn th
no . Uaa nam time will irt ton and rtmnirth to
Uiaajinaai. AiuarTileuln raaultaat lb Cooiaua&
r""Bth the C'jmtxjund and Blood Purifier are ara.
Land al 2S and &A WunVrn Avenue, Lyns, Kua,
rkw ot ettlw, I. Blzbottloafor as. Tha Compound
vnt by mall In tha form of pUU, or of Ioaao4rea,oa
bceliit of imcf, tl per box for either, Mr Plakhajn
taaly aanwrrf all letter of Inquiry, Kucloee 1 otnt
taujp. Sand for pamphli. Xrntion tkll Pujxr,
larr.mi . Ptyxwi' Iirn PruJ enre Cnnatlrav
uu, UJ.oiuum.na 1'irtfdJiT of ine Utit, st otuu.
S3-uld by ait Dru(lsta.-w (t)
- A ai a
itt the irreat reanttitive, noatetter'i Stomach
lata, will do. muet hi ualliari-d I ruin ahatil baa
tic. It Dm lU.cti-Q r licit rnre-ta tlioa'ande
:ai;a of drwpla. tt loie dtaordaie, Intrratt
i f-ivor, riiTVun. affii-t on. fT'-noral debility.
i.tlpailori. alck headarhe. metiU) deanondancy,
1 (ha pftiiiar iiimplAinta and dlaabllltlee to
ich the feeble ara ao aoblort.
roriau. hy a I I) ug.'Uta nJ Dealer generally.
If you are sick Hup Bitter will surely
i N attire in inaktii you well when all
If you an costive or dyspeptic, ot are
doring 'rulu (lther of tbu numeroui
uasL- ot trie xtomacb or boaoli, it is your
u iitult if you remain ill, fur Iop Bitten
a S 'Vurigo remedy in all such cotn
If you are WAtiug away wi'h any form
Kidney disuse, st -j) tempting Death
s moment, sod turn for a cure to Hop
If you re sick with that terrible sick
us XervousnccH, ou will dnd a "Balm in
load ' ill the use of Hop Hitters.
If you tire a frequeuter, or a resident ot a
smittic district, Inrricndo your system
ain-t the soourAge of all countries ma
ciedeniic, bilious, and intermiteot
,-ers hy tlio use of Hop Bitter.
Ifvouliavo rouh, pimply, or i&llow
in, bad breath, puins and aches, and feM
serablu ireuerally, Hop Bitters will give
ufitir skin, lioli blood, and aweeteat
path, health and comfort.
In short they cure all diseases ot the
imich, Bowels, Blood, Ltvor, Kldnoys,
ight'a Disesse. $300 will be paid for a
se they will not cure or help.
That poor bedridden, Invalid wife, sister,
ither, or d slighter, can be made the plo
ro of health, by a few bottles of Hop
tters, costing but a trirK Will you let
tern sutler f V )
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
F.i'l5.P!!ei,?!lt. generation. It la for tin
Suro or tnm ameass ana u iiwiiaauw,
EPB1A, CONBTIPAtlOH, PUSS, to., that
tJTT'8 PiXtSliave gained a world-wlae
Vsputation. ho Remedy has ever been
liooven d thatacta to gently on the
laeative oraarii. ixivica tfinm visor toaa
mlIatefood. An a natural result, the
fervous Byateinli"Braoed7tbe Musclei
re Developed, and tne Body ttobuit.
11 am wt-t ri 3Brara.
fj. RIVAL, a Plantar at Bayou Bara, La.,aarai
ty plantation la In a malarial dlatrtot For
aVaral yeara I oould not maka bair a orop oa
ooount of blltoua dlanaaaa and otallla. I waa)
aarl; dlacouragad when I baan tha uaa of
UTT'B PILLS. Tha raault waa narvalouai
I - . n KamA hnkfl V Uld Mhu.L
a4 1 nava bad do furthar trouble.
Th r1lirr lht eaaorcod Mvatveleaaaa
b UltMMl froni iMilMinoue bumewe, JMJ4
ame lh boweila to art nataraUy, wlUl.
nt which no on ran fMl well.
Try (lilt rr mtxly fairly, and yon win jam
tttealtby IHvrallon, Vlsioroalio4y.lira
lloml, Mlrona N rrvra, and a Wound IJrr.
ritTT'S UAIR DVE.
rav nia yi WitlsKt Mfhanwd toaOMMr
lt.AUK by a altialB applli'MInn f this Dva. II
in part a rmiuml nolnr,and aoW Inalanuaanualy.
Hold hv DniKglila, or avut by axpraat on receipt
. aTlnA lSitltut
3ff1oa, 88 Murray Street, New York,
fDr. vt'rrm mANV' r r . i
I informmUo and laaail Bipim
mU M aaaatael ran aw awaHaatdeaiiJ
, , .rniC DAILY
' if- a mm m W
, OUR is
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
. lumbago, Baciichs. Haadar, Toothacri, .
ara Throat, walliara. Naralna, Uralaaa.
Rama. Stralda. Vroataillaa"
mJJVLv, "'J?!4 f1" ,4,M ' "" '
W Oniui.u .b liMim irnn. ( iru ctu a ko)a
UlraEHM. IB II lB.ua.
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n.a. jwkujjautti., uu.r. A,C.a. A
DAILY AJTI) WEEKLY.
Tarma of Auhaorl ptnn.
rats or rwrisi:
Dally one year by carrier $ij 00
(21pertmt.dieon. tl paid In advance.)
Da(lr,oeyaah mail.. ....10 00
lell, one mnntb . , i.,,,... 1 oi
Weekly, nne year j oC
Weekir, moatba ..' 1 o6
''Clabaof Iveorruore lor Wetkly Bulletin at
one tin ,pryear. 11. so
IXTiNUBLT 1 ABVAKCB.
All Commanlcatioui ahoald he addred to
K. A. Bt'RSE TT,
Pablieher anil Proprietor.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Additional local Items.
The Joneaboro Gazette has repeatedly
presumed to instruct Cairo as to its duty
toward the 8t. Louis and Cairo railriod.
When the Gwetta idiJ this 'it. meddled '
with other peoLle's buiinos nn 1 made a
fool of itself became it didn't know what
it was talkintj ab mvand now it appiars
albo that it was trying to play missionary
away from home white the weeds of sin
were growing rank and thick all around its
very door, almost smothering its exhorts,
lions and indignant rebukes directed at its
ntiflib ri. It seems that when the St.
Louis and Cairo railroad was drat proposed
and beforo our new state constitution was
adopted, Jonealoro voted f 50,000 in bonds
to the new rotJ. The interest on the
bonds was paid tor a few years, then the
towq refused to pay either interest or prin
cipal. The refusal to pay waa on the
ground that the town had voted the bonds
to aatandard gauge road, whereas a narrow.
gauge road was built; and also that the
road had not carried out its agreement as
to the location of tho atatiou. The case ot
the ! bondholders against the town -of
Jpnesboro'came up in the U. 9. circiut
court, at Sprin-Mold last week, and Judge
Treat decuW that Jouerbiro is liable for
the payment of the bonds, principal and
interest, Th town will also be obliged to
pay the costs of the suit. It will be a
very heavy burden for Jonenboro to
carry for several years. Had the Gazette
been as aolicitions of tho interests of the
St. Louis and Cairo road as agaicst Jom stfc)-
ro, aa it was of the interests of said road
as against Cairo, and had the people of
Joneaboro been guided by the Gazette's
advice, it is probable that the people of
Jonesboro would not have resisted the pay
ment of the bonds and have
savec) the expense f trial.
Perhaps . the Guette did advise the
people to bend their necks willingly to the
yoke, and the people did not heed it; we
don't know. But if it did uot and would
not, then its advice to the people of Cairo,
to do this under circumstances much more
trying and conditions much more unjust,
proved it to bo either very inconsistent or
Very dishonest. Jonesboro has a case of St.
Louis and Cairo railroad similar to that of
Cairo, but in a much milder form, and ll
the Gazette will even now admiuister to
Jonesboro small but regular d scs of the
medicine it so kindly offered us some time
ago, we shall try hard to forgive it and
tak.9 back the charge of inconsistency or
disboneaty contained in the provious sen
tence. Said the Governor ot North Carolina,
To the Governor of South Carolina,
For all pains we endure,
8t. Jacobs Oil is the cure,
In the world there Is nothing finer.
: DONGOLA. LETTER.
Jonesboro, the county seat of Union
county, tho home of Thomas Bontou and
the saloon keeper's heaven, has "gone and
done and did it." "Has done what?"
"Voted down saloon liceuHe." Well done,
old Joncab ro; we had d npaired of ever
living to see you fall in lino with other
anti-Haloons towns, having often seen you,
when to. all human appearance, all the
waters of all the rivers could not have
washed you clean, Hut contrary to our
predlctious, a few days ago we learn that
you have couituonco.d redoemiug yourself.
Spring is now tully here and our oma
mental shrubberry is in in bloom, and every
thing in the vegetable Hue is on a big
boom. Wheat is coining on fluuly and tho
indications are ve shall have a hg yield ot
wheat. .Tho strawberry fields are white
with bloom, and in , a lew weeks we shall
be feasting on short cake, etc. Orchards
promho an abundunt yield, of fruit and the
indications are that the grumbler will have
to get up and dust, or keep bis mouth
; We want to keep it before tho public
that we have ample room in and near Don
gola, for a number of flrst-olass gardeners
and orchardlats. Dr. Keesoe, L. T. Bona
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING - APR1T.
.. .. i a. a. tuuu .
. t . ,i . . , I
cina and others have fine locations for the I
business and will give bargains' in lands
by eeIlinK.yr renting. Now that we are on
the Up grade, we solicit good families to
come anions us.
W. A. Kelley and wife, of Jonesboro,
spent a very pleasant week recently, with
friends iu Doogola, a,.; '
Miss Cora Jones', of Cairo, a very pleas,
ant young lady, spent taat week in Dongo
la visiting her aunt, Mrs. G. W. Poor.
Business It on a big boom in pongola.
Clements & floes keep a number one meat
shop and have arrangements to get fresh
flab ouce. a week from Cairo. ,
The Blue Canadian pes-p'ekers has
moved away from Dongola and the little
drutfgiat looks blue, 'Yab, dots so."
Sept. Hth, 1880.
Hop Blttara Co., Toronto:
I have been sick for the past six years,
ifiering from dyspepsia and general weak-
nets. I nave used three bottles of Hop
Bitters, and they have done wonders fat
me. I am well and able to work, and eat
and sleep wejf Icaooot eay too roach for
Hip Bitters. Simok Robbws.
TV Biebt Sort of Man.
You, will rind, ah a rule, that the men
who are favoring with men, are the best
and truost in their relation to women.
Yiis tho men who like sometimes to
trrn their barks on all women, and "go
oil' with tho other follows," nnd have a
good bot Mi time on the water, or the
luount.'iin. or in some other man's
"den." Women need never bV afraid
to trust their happiness to those whom
other good men esteem good fellows;
but if a man i avoided by men, shun
him. It is bo who has flirtations that
come to nothing, -and has "not been
very nice" to the girU who have broken
thetr engagements with him; who, when
he marries, wrings his wife's heart, if
she has one, and spoils her tamper, if
she is naturally an angel. Manly men
are the best lovera, the best husbandj.
the best companions for women just as
womanly women are the best sweet
hearts and wires. What do we think of
women who are sbuutKsd by tholr own
sex, however charming mn may find
them? It is seldom, if ever, that vour
ni"n'8 favorite ill-ties bis wife. "Per
haps it may bn explained in this way:
Friendship of h sublimr sort U what
Iuvq becomes after a jvar or so of mar
riasro, and he who is friendly to tho
very depths of his soul, enters into this'
state happily, and is ready for all the
delights that follow. But the man who
is capable of nothing but a fleeting af
fection which ever pursues new object",
and cares for no woman when she is
won, hates the domectirj ties, and be
comes detestable in consequence. It is
the man who would die for his friend,
' and for whom his friend would die, who
makes a miraculously happy wife of the
woman to whom be scarcely knew how
to make love to when he courted her.
Greeley Outdone in Politeness.
Before the days of railroads Greeley
left Utica one morning in a stage eooch.
His only fellow-passenger was a gentle
man of prepossessing uppearanco, with
whom he fell into conversation. ,
After awliile the stranger drew a cigar
case from his pockot ana offered its con
tents to Mr. Greeley for bfm to take
from it a cigar. Ho.'dcolined the polite
odor, and the conversation was resumed.
Presently the gentleman, taking a cigar
from the rase, put It In his mouth, and
returned tho case to bis pocket. While
thoy were talking he abruptly but court
Dously remarked to Mr. Greeley:.
"I hope, Bir, you have no objection to
"Nuue in the world," answered Gree
ley, "when it is not lighted."
"Oh,' replied the gentleman, "I had
not tho remotest thought of lighting it!'
"Then and there," said Mr. Greeley,
Istigbing "was the only time I ever was
beaten in politeness, I afterwards as
certained that my victor was the famous
Capt. Sherman, of Lake Champlain."
LIST OF LITTERS REMAINING CNCALLtD
rOR IN THE POSTOrPICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888.
Fenner, Dixio .
Jackson, Annie J
Willson, Pearl 2
Blanks, Jno ,
Banks, Goo W
Combs, L M
Eulou. J W
Hall, Jones .
Juett, J P
Hchurchard, Gen C
Seith C -Tharpe,
Thompson, Levi '
Courteney, J K
Dinkeney, James IT
Duncan, G W
Hockridge, P C -Hogelebe;
Littler, G W
Phillips, M A
Pcaterson, O 8
Rugger, A F
Temple, J M
Vashel, Alferd R23
Wcstbronks, C W .
' Zoro. John
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertisod.
Wm. M Mobjpht, Postmaster.
SPKCIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
MlCMUilhie column, eight tenia par ItrJ fit
Iral and Ave eenta tier Una each aobeequent laser
"Job. Fur ou vroek, 30ceuia porUna. For oee
month. SU (ants per Una
All 1 craous indebted to me by note or ac
count are requested to call immediately at
my oiu uonio near uoages I'ark and make
settlement. I will n main there two wunka
commencing Monday April 23rd and end
ing way 7tnMVrutAM Holds. '
. . The Uni'ii Bakery. ; ;
At The Union Bakery may be found the
beat and cheapest bread and . cakes, or anv
other articles in that limn
" Fbask Kuatst.
Fop Sale Farm.
A good farm In the limber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue craae pasture: farm
contains 193 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
3J mile from railroad station.
E. A. Burnett.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horseshoeing shop has oeeo open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blaekamitbing and wagon work
done to ofder. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Ice, Wood and Kindling
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, tl per cord, and
kindling fl per load, at Jacob Kiev's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
perfuae. Price 25
a lasting and fraurant
and 60 cents. 18
If you need any Carpets, Lhce Curtnina
and Window Shad- s it will be to your in
terest to call on F. W. R iserittial" Jfc Co.,
410 and 413 N. 4th st. St. Louis
Good for Babies.
With a baby nt breast nothing !a o use
ful for quietinc my own and baby's nerves
aa Parker's Gingei Tonic. It prevents
bowel complaints, and is better than any
stimulant to give strength and appetite. A
. A General Stampede.
Never wsb such a rush made for any
Drug Store as ia now at Harry W. Schuh's,
for atrial bottls of Dr. King's New Dis
covery fur Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affocted with Asthma, Brou
chitis, Hoarseness, 'Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle ot thie great remedy tree, by
calling at altove Drug Store. (4)
G. 11. Berger. Carlyle, 111., says: "I
have sold Brown's lion Bitter to over 125
different persons ail ol whom recommend
Tru" to Her Trust.
Too much caunot be said of tho ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dearoues, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they ere asaiieJ by diaease, and the ay s
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
atoinach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
suic remedy, imy are the beat and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Schuh. (i)
See s woman iu another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spoor's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esiteined hy the medical
profession, for the nse of invalids, weakly
persons and the sued. Sold by druggists.
. The youthful color, beauty and lustre nre
gradually restored to gray hair by Parker's
Seiloh's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
PROPRIF.TOH l'K SPROAT'B PATKN1
ICT BYTHECAR LOADOR TON.WKfl
packed ?R eraiPPiNo
' i i I.otids ft 8pocirltv.
(r.TwelHh Street and Jivee,
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINK.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVKK, .
V; i ro, 1 1 1 i n oi h .
Propoanla ffr Ity Prlntlniz.
Orrtnaor Citt Ci hk, .
Ca hd, III.. Aurll nth. IKai. I
HmIkiI orcno'ala will be rurolvsd at this officii an
tofmce'tiigohbe city council Tuu.day Miv lat l8
for ilolnc the cllv tirlniliin for the Tita'r nitlnc
April 3 ith, KW, tca1f hi a miiat Include tbo coat of
puhlleblnE tnti e inncll prncMrllnff, ordlnairci
i,a nntlre. of all kllirla Inn-nail hi anv rltv nilenr
or hy order of the city council, al o all rpuclal an-
ifnnnii'iii noucra niaue ny coraniiaainnnra hut nor
appniuifd ny toe city council or countv court. A
good anl nnic ant bond nm.t aoompauy hlila.
The rlgtil to rvJoct any and all k'da rcmirvnd br tho
clly. rubai.iiiy t iera
To Cimti'ucto a and Uulldora.
Wtunws nn Ont-itAKs Mi'ttAt. Aid roriitr. f
Tha nidnraliinud will receive analed propoaale up
to S o'clock P. M , on riattirdnv th' SHth or Apvlf,
for tk rolahlnu of matorlala and labor for balld
jp i an o'Hcx for this Hoclo! v.
Bldtwlllhsentortaloed anpuraieb forth carpus,
tnr work, also for the hrli klavlrg, mir al to be
fnmlahed. W reeorve tha rlvhi to rvjoct anv and
all bine. Plain aod ipcclflcalloni nay lie seo at
The bids will ha opened at the oiUca no Satur
day night Urn 4Sth luat at d o'clock abaip. Ail bid
ders are reapai tfollf Invited lo be prrannU
J. H Woo A H It V.
j. H. WOniNHOff,
3. A OOI DNTINI,
K H. BAIHP.
CAiao, April 17th, 18S1, Bnlldlna Coaatttae.
01 1ftfl ,
I '" '" .
The largest stock and , lowest prices ' iii
CAEPETS, OIL GLOTHS;1
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS, '
You find at
fiw DROPS applied to the surfate
uul almosf. ai law .a
; , " ";
nor dlaoolor tha Skin, or leave
has HO equal for the CnranfRliM.iiin,i.m C-i " V.TJ. t
jaajj i "T
Still Jotnta, Naralta, Lm, Bjtck, Cram pa, Tooth-Acho.
oora Throat, Pains la tha Limba or In any fart ol tho System
and s equally etfleanioua tor all pains lq the Stomach and Bowela,
""i""'"! uiuujiio auiuuiiuih doo aimii's Aimnnrte
Ask your Dnigglst for It. Prioa CO oU
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholeaala Drogglrt, gT. LOUI8, MO
After a Falny Ride a Country Final
ciau Tells What He Tbinkd or ;.
"I with to FTiicloni' some popte wonld learn
when they need a doctor aod when tl ejr don't,"
exclaimed Doctor B , aa he entered nil henna
In a co-ey :ttt:e vlllai-e la th Interior of the State
of Sew York, after a todioue nkbt ndo for many
mllva. I have bean don smon trtu taonnialns to
roe a man, who the nuaiouijar said, wis very alck,
and not likely 10 l:ve 't il morning, nn'ean it had
lmm' dlat h i p; and fnuud him surTcrtni from a
ratner ahirp ariaek of colic, which hit family
might bavo ra'ieved In ten mltitiiea, If they had a
grain of lenre a id two or three alapls remedies in
the home. Dot m; thoy mdt ro aiam Lnoraut a
plea, and a hen tho leaat ache or pain, takes thorn,
send for a doctor, whether they tvet pty him or
"Why, Doctor, what kind of simple remedies, a
foa ca I then, do jao expecA penpla to kinp In ttj"
home t ' iitked nia wile, aa aha pourod bin a cap
of hot lot,
"lutbt cae," antwred the Doctor, "If they
badoulyputa BESSOS'8 CAPCISK I'OROUb
PmilRoo the nun's atgmacb, be would have
been all rlwht tu an hoar, sod sated meadrrary
rlda." . . ,
In all ordinary dnaiplatnt It enrre it orice. '
All diaiaaesare eliminated from tho fy-iem )y
vrhst maybe roojhiy called cipulnlnn or citric
tlon, or by a milon of tba tiro procait. flea
son's Plaster promote both It Incite ! torpid
orirana to act, and Bends It beating, aoothlociu
fl-umce thro'iKh tlic myriad piri' of the akin. All
other plaster oblUa thu patient to valt. They
Kirehlm hope for to-morrow." Dinaon'a plaater
give him hlp today. Which la better, do yon
iblnkf Buy the CAPCISK and keep It In the
houo. Price 25 cents.
Seabury fi Vohnoa, tbemlaU, Sew T. rk.
I CURE FLTS!
Wbn I r I do not moan merely to atop
them lor a i hen have them return aam,
I mean a taun;, cure. I have niaila ti e dlaeaae Of
FITS, A rILKPH Y or r AI LING nICKNKhS a
life-long ttnrly. I warrant my remedy toenre tha
worn caat'i. eecauae omora nave railed l no rea
eon for not now recelvlug a cure, bend atonr.o for
atreatue and a rraa Bottle ol n y Ulalllble rem
adv, Give Klurem aud Poat Office. It cone yen
uoiuinu ior a iriai, ana i win corn you.
Addrwa . . Dr. H..K.HOOT.
133 Pearl St.. New York
C17 St. Charlss fltrsst, BT. LOUIS, MO.
A lr Qi'nurtta of twd nwwtlcAl
anlleKf, b hn luuccr fiin'Kfd In the Ireat
tnent of Cbrotilp, Narvotia. r-litt alut
Ulpofl Dlciiia than aiiy other rhyilclau In
Ft. Iiil, aa clt p r ihaw mid if) old ml
dwnta know. pnultlon .t ofltceor ay mall,
free ami Invltod: A friendly talk or hit opinion ,
cnta noihliiK. When It llnconvnlent tovl.it
the rlty .or tn-itiut'tit, nieillctnv ran In tent
by mall or expri- vnr n her. Ciicalile cawa
iniiirantced: whi're doubt valita til frankly
auird. Call or W rit.
y-rvems Prostratioa, Dnbility, Muntal sad
Phyanal Waaknasa, Muraurlal and otiiar
affootlons of Throat, Pkio and Pcnus, Blood ;
Impuritlss and Blood rotaoBiny, 8Mb AITae.
tlons, Old Bores sad Clcsra, Impedimnnti to
Marritg. Bhaamatlun, Pllss. Bptelal
attention to easas from ovrT.worV brain, i
SURGICAL CASES racaivs spccl al attention,
Pissascs arising from Imrrudnoes,Byiitiwa.
Indulgeagaa or T.ipoaurns.
It Is tclf-avldint that a phyhlclan paylna
particular atn iitlnn to a olii.t "I ci aitaln
, areal tklll. anil plivalrlau In reaular prartleo
all or the cmnili v knowing; tlil, iViii'iitly
rveoiuaiaiid cawnto llie uMi hinllce In Aiurlca,
whiire every kmmu aimllaiice 1 rraortml lo.
and the pt-ovHil kii,1 rotinxli.'; of all
aire and rmintvli't are ul, A whole houaa In
lined fnrolllce iuniM', and all nf treiilaj with
kill In a roipiTiriil n.aoin-r ; and, knowing
what lad niei''!,luii.'iitari'iiinil. Oner,
count of the trii'at iiumlier applvliiB, tha
cliarirei are ki. Ii't. rifi.ot !ov, r tl.an la
di-nianilid l' "Mirr l( von tm-uie the nkl'l
and get a P" cdv and rcfri't lite, nire, thitt la
the TililHuiant iniilir. rainiihUl, Ml ia(ita,
sent to auy vIJium tin ,
Eleifant cloth and kilt I'lndlnt, fa.-alr.t for M
eenta In ttotHyi on i-iirimii'r. Ovor ftfly won
WM pen pli liire,, inn to Jin- arllcleaon tho
fnllowiiiruliicif . Win. tt'ay marry, wlioaof;
whvl' I'roin'r Kri In nun 17. a ho marry rL
flaiihood, nma'ilt.io.1. Phvalcal de-y. Who ,
ahouidiimri'y. H- ll'" ami liiiiilnniay 1m
. incroaifd. I'lin e mairli.l or cniiirmplllnij
marrvliii liniil'l tin I Ii- M on a lit to be read
ai'i .lull . n.. tlu'ii ki'id under ln'k ami
a'y. PopMlar nlllioa. amne aIhivh, lint pai'f
eorer and IM tKi.
:i-oriM t mall. It) atauas1
That smart men avcrii.-a l.dO to M fk par day pra
flt.itll aa lha"l'iH kei M mnal." 'I henmel mrvi
loua little viiltiinu evvr ai'd'1. Neitad( riidiJMed
and porchwud hy all rln't nnlhibtf In the boob
llneevurntw tn t Win prove It ot (brrmt $N a.
Complete eampla and out (It S e or lull parti
culars for etamn. Don't rt out attain until you
learn what I "aid of this hook, and what other
are dolor W. II THOMHoOn, I'uh leher, an
arch tltrret, fhlUdalphla. I'a. aprS8
. 1 1
il0&412N.' 'Ith' St.;. St. IjOUIS;
A IhiwuiIuI breiiiu-iitliiu coin.
nosed mostly of Ksspntinl (in.
The most penetratlna Llulmant
win d....... .1 .. t
iST.' .J VJT" "! .?"
rtm ii aoi anil viotnUir.
diaairrrvnhia rw. ,t .r,. T.
7 " vr -a u inrs
THE1 STIX ' 18 alwIys -
yrom morril' e to m rti'ti and from week to
fie TI!K SUN prlo a continued norv tf tha
Uvea of rati utcn aud Honivit, arid vr lWt daeda,
Jtaai 'lova. l ate and arobhteai' ThU'St-irf la
inoro ine.-milim Iban uny runinnca .tjiat erea
d vtJ. nnripiioa! 'I-aiit; (4 vaR"). by
mall,Mc. a mon h, ot S 5) a yc-ar'; r-tNDAT iS
Paa), $1.20. pes jeer; Vwut pa.e, il,U0'
pw war. . . ' '.,!.. r. . V" ' . i
I. W, E QLANU Publisher, New Y rkfitty.
C aTAL' Kit.' ti, with worda and e
mit-ii: ol ii aontf. -an aa hSrulaomo
HScqae rreo to au.r addr i oB fc'(lpt j
of li rcTit In nivta.rH aiMt,iii 'W .
--iJiaii aa in race cv." on
"Klrt Lovi-," wal j! Hw.g; "When t
' ioua 1.0 llOllUS BV ' HOOKII-''.' l it
March," piano; ' loiantho'' Porpoiirrl
plann. All 5 poce, 3 paca. fn I i iiinlc, poat
IreoSOcmtstlieli.t. R. W.TlilrKT.
V Hrhflol fttreei. Bti)t. Maal. '
l liRTlSUKS by addruaains A.KO.
KLLitt'O.. in fpmce ft.. New
learn the t ziii-l coil ona.. .r ipnadd Jin" f adver
tialtig In Amer c.n J Kta-apaiiete,' Ifrtnu-paga
W C will ji st lH iMn ..wnl (or n of LlT.r CnnniM .
Pyrp.l, fckk Htxlaihi, liiilloitim. i'ontiitlc or CU.ivt,
. m-aoleut. wiia Wnt'i V.naiU Llv.r full, b-n ihi aino
Hon. r. Hrkllf ci nifli. Willi. 1 , ... pun'.y ii.ubl., u4
tnvhll to lr. Miurtcum.' a(r O.I.4. UT. bu.,, m-
uiohif o pinmi watt. Yet u . I t ill dniwtiu. ' H-wn nf
w.tttf.ll. ami Imlutlnat. T!n imul' nmur.cldrd nit kr
hHtl C. WEST a CO., If I A .u W. tiailm ctlita.
imUiiI n.isnun l.y mail p'.paijM rra'i.ti.r a 1 miitaa., '
Health is Wealth !
Dh li. C. Wkst's Nervk and l)n.u TniMit
tIENT, a gunrantood arocitio fur jHyatnrin, Dirzi
neaa, (lonvulaiona, I'lta, Mortoua Nciirnl;iit,
llthditcho. Niirvoua Proelmtion oatiaerl by the uaa
ofaloohfl or tobacco. Whkofulnoaa, IifenUl De.
pawaiou, Hoftontna; o( tlio Brain resulting in in
sanity and leadina to miw.-ry, dwny aud denth,
l'romature Old Aro, Jtarrcnneaa, Loaa of power
an oitrtoi aoi. I.i w'.utitiiy Loani'4 und ppormat
orrho'a eauHod byovor-otijrtiim of the. brain, aolf.'
ahuae or over-iniliilsonc'). l'jich boa contains
ona month's trwitmanb, (I.(X)a Imi.nr six boiroa'i
for $.1.00, tout hy ino'l uropi.ldon raooipt of pnea, ,
M A (il AATi:U NIX BOXKH
To euro any casa. With each order roeoivad bytia
for six boars. liSoompat'iPd with IVU), wa a ill
end thaimrchaHt'ronr writfn (niBrntitoa to ra.
fund tlie money if tho treatment Uoas notaflaat
a euro. GuartmUwa lawuwloiilj by
iiahry v. sciruir,
Drum!!, Cor. Commercial ave, A 18th at.. Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tha Howard (J.lTmole Srthild and onr Slhae Klaetw
flal.anlo and Ma.nnllo Applliiai'M aod Oainivm are
a urn our fur NrTin linliilify,
Khaumattoia, p.rwnrad Brain, Filmiiatlon or I-nii oi
Hal huei-mr, Wnk llark. KldnM l lTar.and Htonuu b
CornplKlnla, am ara adaiitwl U V.IJU KH BKX. Thaw
lilliincM ara thavarT lui.iafc ImummJ .
fliary Ult IroproTad, and aaUrall
d aarent rroia halia and all otliara. aa im.in.. t
nrntooailnuij currant wtthont aold. vauufna an
aoia. ourlrrUni; in of tha akin-can ha worn at work aa
wall aa ra.t-.mlr nntlcaatila lowaarar. Pnarl.taula
1 maw tn 0 """" atanaa- ol all dlaaaiM whar
klaoinoand Mni'iailo traataaaut I of liautllt, Ihuaafwr .
j.L?1"" rVh th of dUeeaa, aa thalr action to
dlrara lip.! Narroua. Muaotilar.anri OaeratlTflMtira, ,
flXMUlly raatorlna tha v.L.lli.hl.l. I. KIMp4,ilfT-
nr.lnnff from tha ayatom l or indl.i'ratlona. and
Ill a ..IiimI mm thm arMkllMUl
wunmit nrnaalna tna .immi.ii. Thar t
'"i nmaaini tna (loinnet, Tnr win ram wimrw
hrirt of trnotn.al datmiararinn, aart .")
pmparad to fiirnlab tha moat amnhatle ;d ahaalate 1
tiniuftoaiiiiportniircliliaa. (Inr llln.lralad luatphlat
an Vraa ur In aaaled nvl.)i lor So iio.taiia.
Ccnsattattca I amerioanoalvanio CO. .
rrNSlanuif 3itN. ethSt-, at. toais.Mci
laONNtON'S AMOOYNI UNIMINT wui
rmltlTary prarent this tarrlhla dlaeaaa, a
Hwlyouranlno eao ent or J. inro
wlllaTamanTllTa,ant frrwl.r mall, I
aionwpK pwwntlim ta twt'rtliao oura,
ON a CO . nosTON, a Ana., rormarly ruxv)B.aa,
Lr Paaiua l-paaanra 11 1 a aa aaw rtta kiaaafc