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IXVAIMRLT IK ADViNCI.
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K. A. BL KMKTT,
Pabliaher sod Proprietor.
II, DAILY BULLETIN.
lK SOCIAL FABRIC,
NCAI, .YDDrU.S DKI.t VEHEUON TUB HOHTH
ASNIVEKSAKY OK THK W.C. AND I,. A.,
MAKru Oth, 1883.
l-nbcra or thi Women's Clu1 nd
ciat!nn. t"Dtl-jmcn and Ladlea:
t U with great pleasure thit I vrcjlcmne
t mr annusl exercises upon the occa-
i of our ci'ith anuiversary. Il wm not
fault hut ili-i common misfoitune, tint
year ago M-night instead of enjoying
IfU'istnt gitbering prepared for here, wo
retvi'hly dispersed io our several homes,
i' -Sn'.iu 1 hy tho relentless waters triat
lo our ciiy a second Venice, but without
p idry of inirbl palaces, aal tho
uiour n( gliding gondolas that threw a
Lrm ov-.-r the Queen of the Adriatic. It
L tho first time in our brief but brilliant
ory w an Association that w were un
; to csrry out a prearranged program.
D hope that it will be (he Uat. The
us ami fears, the anxieties of tht) past
e wks !i iv; m ilo it difficult to pur
the arrangements for this occasion, and.
id tho sweep of circling floods, aud the
ions an 1 contradictory reports of our
r-tenths rise and two tco'hs fall, with
the mental strain thereto attached, to
paro for exercises of a purely library
peaceful character, whilo the whole
v was possct-d with the spirit of brave
steadfast resistance, to the impending
gcr. Hut thank to the courage and
itude of our citizens and to the merciful
of who rule the winds and the
k-s, who In held us in the hollow of
pnvectirii,' hand. Maying to the mighty
Is, "thus fr s'ull thou come and do
hnr," tlii teiriUe presjre baa beta re
vet. To-ivirht wu tura with grateful
rt from tho remembrance of our peril
i uruxt anxiuty to the mil l and restful
i'ht of thoito thing that teod the miod
mtkofT peace. It is customary io
annual address to give a synopsis of
work done in th past, and to lay out
L to I;" ti'-fiiuplitlieJ in tho future. Be
s a few brief word upon thes? topics,
ink I c hi sp'.'ak of other matter also,
cli will n-t be foreign to tho spirit
the Association. For the first, the work
adv accomi'lishcd, I can allow that
Ik, ia a iiivunuro to epoak for itself. I
d not elaborate upon what la already
I known that the Women's Club and
irary Ajs'M'littion, composed in the be
nin-. of ouly thirteen women, but which
numbered ami I its ranks sixty-one
,'etlivr, liH ev;r hold steadfastly m
w a liiuh ideal, the key note of its char
r. This stiitod that "the objects of thit
ociation w ;re tho promotion of literi
) amomj and tho mutual benoflta of Its
nberj; the establishment and mainten
e of a Public Library to afford and en
iruge useful and entertaining reading, to
nish literary and sciontiHc lectures and
other meant of promoting moral and
jllectual improvement in the City of
ro." I think our past history will ahow
it we have faithful kept the end and aim
our cxistenco beforo us. Tho pleasant
I helpful hours spent In reading and
dy in tho lines of literature, history and
have been hours of unalloyed benefit.
o many excellent papers read hofore
Association upon various Utorary and
tctical topics, and the spirited discus-
ub provoked have been "for the mutual
icfU of our members." 1 am proud to
' that no breath of discord, no shade of
,ndal, or touch of gossip bas over crept
o our meetings, but that they have
vays been digniiled and harmonious, and
I'oted to our moral and intelloc tual im
ivomont. Such a steady and systematic
irt, I am cotilldetit, has not only bene
id our own momborshlp, but tho whole
nmunity. For tho spocifio object held
view from the bogtnning tho ostablish
nt and maintenance of a Public Library
encourage usoful and entertaining road'
. mm I.mah a,ii,i,iu.fiil lifilinnd
r moat sanguine ; oxpectatloqs
spising not tho day o:
tall thiugs, the Association began in
nodest way to place its hooka in circula
ill fl7uinn m
tion, and lorenrfWe years supplied ns fsr
as possible tho needs of the reading public,
with ' the best literature at a small cost.
Feeling tho pressure of a still greater de
mand than ta limited rasourci'8 rould sup
ply, an effort was made during the past
year to ay the foundation of broad and
permanent work, in founding the first, full
Public, Library and Beading Kooni in
Southern Illinois. All honor to our far.
sighted Mayor and City Council that the
effort has met with such succesa, and that
to-day Cairo possesses tho well seized nu
cleus of an institution that will in the fu
ture bo a noblo monument to the enterprise
and wise forethought of the citims of to
day. Ot the benefits of such ar, institution,
which will constantly increase s years go
on, a nd I ts .taluabU ) nfl unce u poti I he com
HJUnity. I will not speak, leaving that
pleasing task to ono much better qualified
than myself to dwell tipou the topic. I
wnuld like to state that the experience of
tho past throe' months in tho free library
baa fully justified us in our decision that
the time was fully ripefor making a change
io tho 'status" of tho library. Ry some it
was considered premature, but the difference
irj the circulation of the books will attest
how readily the"public avails itself of the
privilege of a free library. In tho month
of January 1882, 128 b.Kiks were drawn
from the shelves this was considered a
lajrjjSj number, the avorayo bein usually
less. ' Io January of this year 411 books
were drsvp, out, showing that even the
amall amount of T300 a year, r only four
cent a Wee'rr, was a barrier in many cases
to the uso of tbo library, Probably no
other public library can make tho showing
that (fully one-fifth) of value, sre in the
hands of the public at oue time. Probably
wo shall not do jo ourselvci when our li
brary authors 2Q,Q0Q or 300,000 volumes,
nstoad of over 2,000. Another objection,
orged I am sure hi good fnitb, was that
the city was not in a condition financially
tp anuuie any , extra burdens. Surely no
thoughtful percn desiring to conserve the
public morals will feel upon mature reflec
tion, that the few hundred dollars per an
num, expended for th maintenance of tbe
ibrary, isijlf spent or io any way wasted.
With the countless teTuplations upon every
hand open for yonth, aud so many influ
ences lying in wntto deba-e and lower tho
standard of living, we can not afford tom-g-
loot any means of cultivating the mind and
leart, sod leading the thought nf society
into the safe and pleasant paths of moral
and intellectual culture. It ha-i been truly
said that hundreds of young men drift into
the ssloous and other places of vice and
crime, not so much because they wih to go
there, but boeana-j they hav-j no plac else
TO Bl CoKCLCDED RKIT SCKDAT.J
ABOUT THE "IDEAL LEAGUE."
Mp. Editor; ; -V 'he columns of the Ar-
gtia have of late b.-en freightod with much
matter relative to "the Meal League," I
trust it will ootlxj deemed an impertinence
if I ask. "What is tbe signification of the
legind," "Ideal League?" and wh-.t are ihe
signalizing attributes of its members?
Have tbe members composing it been trans
planted from some region of tp-thctic east
ern culture, to this spot of social ami intel
lectual crodenoss with the view ol leaveu-
iog our social compact with the refining
COinpoumU of its ideal self, with a view of
gradually elevating Cairo society to its as
auraud elevated plane? In reading the pro
Cfedings of iu initial meeting, fiud that
the many easontialk which sb mid center in
one worthy of admission arj of a rarely
high order so giltedgod, indeed, that I
bavo choked off su iueipient desire I have
entertained of applyiog for meiubership. I
am a young man, indigenous, I may s iy, to
western civilization, and am withal above
the average in intelligence. This I do n t
ny in a boasting spirit, but with the solo
intention of advancing my eligibility to
membership in the Ideal League
should I ever knock for admission
Habits of diligent study which inclination
and volition forced upon me iu early man
hood have made me passably conversant
with the standard authors, both ancient aud
modern; and if by cha oce, I should ever
meet, in social converse a member of the
"Ideal League" I would bo highly pleased
tor an opportunity to mutually exchange
Yiows'upou tho beauties of our classics prose
or poetry. In my thirst for the merely lit
erary, I have neglected martial tactics
and the science of music is to me a sealed
arcanum. But to the drama which seems
to bo a feature of tho "Ideal Lesmie,"
I am closely weddod and havo been rated
good In scenes when the tragic and comic
entrained. AsHoiueo, I wnuld bo superb
not on account of material statue, grace of
movement, nor as being tbo glass nf fashion
and the mold of form qualities which would
bo the "open aeasame" to tho Ideal League
not on account of tho pathos ot my tone
tho eloquence of movement, portraying In
eye, faco, gesture and in every movement of
the physical mm tho loninf ShakeHpesre'a
ideil lover. As I said before I do not set
all this down in eulogy of myself for the
public praiso, but merely to impress tho
'Ideal Club" with my unquestioned fitness
for their tollowship. I waot a social status
la, tbe community; I desire to duvelopo to
glorious, fulness the talent now dormant
within me. ,1 yearn for friction with cul
tyre, refinement whioh in their higher
phases And a vigorous existence in tho
"Ideal League." If once within their sacred
pale I, Would lie in tho fruition of . hopes
long deferred. I strenuously would exert
myself to place the "League" in a plateau
of further advancement, expanding, the
wind by tho many agencies at our com.
mind; augmenting our number by aolicit
ing those worthy outside onr coterie to
membership; and, in a word, by promoting
that virtue towards which the urgent sap.
in life's gresttree is always pushing slowly,
and with now and then only a suggestion
of blossom to be sure.
But in the world's great morrow to ex
pand with broadest petal and with duepett
g'-H ' ' AsTHETE.
TUE ILLINOIS 8. S. ASSOCIATION.
The following circular has just been in-
sued and will pnvo of interest to thosj en
gaged in 8unday.cboal work :
The twenty-fifth annual convention of the
11 1 nobi Sunday-school association will be
held (D. V.) in the city of Streator Wedncs-
lay, Thursday and Friday, May 80tb aud
3lst aud June 1st, 1883. The sessions nf
the convention will be held In tho Metho
dist church, beginning Wodnesday the 29th
at 2 p. m.
Each county In tbe state except Cook
is entitled to ten delegates. These dele
gates are entitled to hospitality and the
right to vote in tho convention. But all
pastors and Sunday-school workers are en
titled to seats, aud are cordially invited)
they will be entertained as fa.r as the com
mittee are hle to provide places, which
will probably, byi sufficient for all who d.
sire to attend. AH correspondence with
reference to entertainment, sheu'd bo ad
dressed to Mr. Milton Hicks, Streat r, Ilii
nois. The number of delegates, and the
nanus as far as possible should bo forward
ed before May 20th. If dnlegates have
not been appointed by tho county eonven?
tions, the officers of the county associations
may appoint suitable persons to represent
A plan will bj submitted to re-district
the Bltte, and to push the work with great,
fit pnnrr'V in vicar nf tltu lnnrnqi,k!hrf t,.,r- '
national convention in 1884. A full atten
dance is desired.
Arrangements for reduced fare o the
various railroads will be made, aod duly
announced. The chairman nf the railroad
committee is Hon. ftdpb. Plumb, S'rea'or,
The general topic proposed for the con
vention is "The Shepwl and his Fi vck."
An outline will soon be prepand and tho
chairman of the executive committee will
be pleased to receive any suggestions, you
The pastors and superintendent through
out the state, arc requested to preeent the
cnv.-ntion aud Sunday-school work in this
state, as a subject for frequent prayer, and
we suggest that the fourth Sunday in May,
bo set apart as a day of prayer for this
purpose, that tho blessing of Q.) I may rat
upon the couveotion.
For the exocutive committee.
B. F. Jacobs, Chairman.
Mrs. Caliie Fishor, from Ttolmont, is st
Squire Oslvirn's oa a visit.
Miss Suah Anderson, from Yi nna, has
been visiting friend in the city and return
ed home yesterday,
Missus Ella Robbins, Clara Bobbins and
Maud Hitteohnus. have returned from a
visit to Okaluma, Mis.
Mrs. Flowers, of Cliuton, Ky., is in the
city o,i a visit t her son.
Said the Qovernor ot North Carolina,
To tho Governor of South Carolina,
For all pains wo endure,
St. Jacobs Oil is the cure,
In the world there is nothing finci.
The population of tho cities in tho
United States increases very much faster
than does the rural population of the coun
try. Iu 1"00 cities contained 8.8 per cent,
of the total population, while to-day the sub
urban inhabitants of the country include
nearly 25 per cent, of the whole population,
This gain was ma le gradually, but the de
cade between the years 1840 and 1820 wit
nessed the most pronounced incrense, the
pore.entagB then climbing from 8.5 to 12,5.
The average number of persona to a house
throughout the country was 5.8, while the
av ragu number of members in a family
was 5.04. There seems to bo a tendency
towards decrease in the family membership,
and this decreaso seems to follow Blnwly in
the A'ako of civilization. It is thus noticed
that the average is higher in the newly
opened states of the west, sod gradually
decreases until the Atlantic coast is reach
ed. ' Ah!,
"Mr. Hownnl, what was the smartest
thing you ever did?" asked Mrs. Lang
try too first cvoniuff she met him.
"Tho bogus proclamation,'' responded
the dark-haired Brooklyn gnzcllo. "I
lid whnt Lincoln should have done.
Seward eallod it 'Impertinent,' Stanton
said it was premature.".
"What was tho wiekodest thing yon
ever did?" nddod the lady, with a Jersey
twinkle. In her yo. '
, "The Chum letters.".
"And tho best thing?',' continued, the
"To miud my own business," said
Joseph, banding her an ico on a sliver
hiuld. Washington UeraM.
' It behooves editors to readthoir proot
carefully before their japra go to press.
Colonel' Bill Shoft, tho editor of a Toxns
paper, Is a fugitive among tho chapar-'
val and prickly penw of Crosby, nil, be
cause, in referring editorially to a pa
tron, hn says In his paper that tho patron
Is "thieving aa usual.' Hewroto "thriT
ing as usual." r ' According to tho latest
advices received by Ttxa$ hifiin(i, the
indignant patron, hssUUhI by numerous
relatives, bad Bill corral ed In a thicket
SUNDAY MORNING. APT11T.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
ftntlFftft tl. thla .ninM. .
a . . T ... -..u.u, iku, cvnia par una rot
rtaudDa cenn ur Una aachiuNeqn.nl Inaer-
iT.'.i'lZ .SfS 30ccnl Zr line. For on
For Sale, at Hodge Park,
ono 2-story dwelhog containing 7 rooms,
ail iu good order; also good out-buildings;
also one Store-Uoiue, size 22x50. well finish
ed, contain the only saloon io town. For
particulars apply to B. F. Wilbochnr.
. ', Hodges Park, III.
, Settlnnent Notice.
All jersons indebted to me by note or ac
count are requeued to call immediately at
my old homo near Hodges' Park ai.d make
settlement. I will rinaiii thero two weeks
commencing Monday April 2;t.-d and end
ing May 7th. William Holdkn.
The Union Hakcry.
At The Unifdi Bakery may bo found the
best and cheapest bread and cakes, or any
other articles in that line.
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation ; b!un grass pasture; farm
contains 102 aen s; in Bond county, Ihs.,
2J mil. Iroui railroad station.
E. A. Bcrt.NKTT.
New Blaekumitn Shop.
A imv horse shoeing nl,op lias Iieen oM-n-
d hy Mr. P. powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackstnitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty,
Work done promptly. tf
Ice. Wood and Kinilhuff
Northern Lko Ice 50c. per 100 U.S.;
good, dry wood, sawed, i t per cord, and
kindling" $1 per load, at Jncnb KI-oV
Lavo nrrtcrs Ri City Brewery. tf
"Hackmktack," a lanting aud fragrant
perfutrn. Price 25 and 50 cen's, 10
If you need soy Carpets. Lace Curtain
and Window Shades it will be to your in
terest to call on F. W. Itoseuthil & Co.,
410 and -119 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for sny
Drug Store as is now at Harry V. Sehuh'n,
for, a trial bottle of Driving's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons atfucted with Asthma, Oron
chilis, Hoarsenes.i, Severe Coughs, r any
affectioiuif the Throat and Lungs, can gel
a dial bottle ot this great remedy free, y
calling at above Drug Store. ' (4)
(Ko. H. Derger. C'nrlyl-. III., says: "I
have sold Hron's lion Hitters to over 123
different pernons all oi whom recommend
Trmto Her Trust.
Too much canuot te said of tlwevt-r
faithful wife, ami mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, uever neg
lectinga ingle dutv iu their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and thess-
tem should have a thorough cltausLng, the
stomach and Uiwels rcgulateii, blood pun
Hud, and malarial poison exterminated, nhe
must know that Elcc'nc Ritter9 are the only
sure remedy. They sre the best mid purot-t
medicine in tho world anS oulv cost fifty
cents, Sold by Harry W.Sdiub. (1)
"Ltsa-EY's Blood Senchtr" rnriches the
blood, drivts out all di-eaeii, and will yive
you txcelleut health.
Fkoii Mi r Downs, Military Inslructo,
Mt. Pleasont Academy, Sing Sing, N. :
During the very cold weather I was Miffor
ing with Catarrh. My hea t and throat
ached so severely that I was obliged to give
up everything iind keep quiet. Elys'
Cream Balm was suggested. Within an
hour from the tirt application I felt re
lieved, the pin began to subside. In two
days was entirelv cured. W. A. Downs.
Feb. 15th, 1831.'
To all w!o are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ne&B, early decay, loss of manhood, ifcc, I
will sent) a recipe that will or re. you, kueb
ok ciiakok. This great rcintdy was
discovered by s minister iu South America.
Send a scll-addrcssed envelope to the Rev.
J or kt ii T, Is-iAS, Station I)., New York
Skk a woman in another column n;ar
Speer's Vineyards, locking grapes , from
which Spar's Port Grape wine ii made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tret use of Invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggist.
Shiloh's Cure will Immediately relievo
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
To CVmiriioto' n land UuiUlerB,
, irwi ornia i
' WiiHiwa sn Oai-iuNs Mutwai. Ai Socistv. f
The utderalgned will receive aealed propoealn up
toSe'clork T. M , on Hatsrday th- siHlh ol Arrll,
for tho furplahlntof maicrlala stidlahor for hnild
lug an or-for this Soelatv.
lllda will hocuterialiied separately for the caroen-
ter work, alro for the hricklaylrg, maienala to be
furnlahed. We reaervo tho rlthl to reject any and
all bl". Fiona ana apecltlrstloua may bo n at
The blila will be opened at the p(Hre on Halnr
rtavnlgh' Hi 'ih ItiKt at S o'clock aharp. Ail hid
ilera are reap. tfnll Invited 10 b praent,
.1. S MoUAHEV. ,
.!. II. KOHtNsoS,
I. A OOUISTINK,
H H. BAiHl).
t'AiBO, April 17th, 1SS1. Building Commute.
1 riivo m thmilr n.uislr t( th abort u1swm; kyliS
f9 inoiirsisuusi vt ciMmv n( in worst Bltia tnit Of I'tnft
Miitlln iioTg bp , onrM. lotlwid, fo mronst u hit (WliS
Mlhnr wltbTALrAHI.I TttKAT18K on this (1ijhc. 10
an luffftrtft. UlvftkKuiMMainil P Ik si.MM '
n i is) v " wnnjwii m'i TI.Ki FKKK, 10
T. Aa bisOOVM, Ul rtttr.44t.ltit York.
Bead and Circulate.
The llliuois Central R. R. Co.
Will sell any of Its remaining lands at on dol
lar per acre lose than the preeent price", from this
time until the firm day of Ortoher. 14. Alter
that daw the preeent priiee will h restored.' All
who dealre to purchaae ahoald avail themaelvea of
thla liberal offer at once. P. PAUGY, ,
' Laad t'omralaaloner
Fot partlcn'ara Inquire of " ' '
M. KAtsTKRDAY C'
Agta, for 1. :. B. K. Lanrta,
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
You find at
410 & 412
FKW DROPS aD ed to tha turfao
and almost I nstantly R ELI t V PAI
' r ill u) 1 1
nor disoolor the Skin, or leave oWsaRreuablo effm ts of orif kdifl. It
Tii ?VAt,',Tm prnot RhenmAtiwn, Spmi-aS.lBwrias.
MrrVM aJI M fm a-l B KTiZK
Stiff Jo lata, NenraleU, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache
Sor Throat, Painala the LimU or la any fart ol the Hysteia
and is equally erllcaclous (or all pains In the Stomach and BowsU
re'lUlrlna a UOWCtful diffusive StlmulanL Sw Mfrwll'l AlmannK
v.uiiui, n pvintlllll UIUU3KO milUUlttUU OPC J
Ask your Druggist for it. l'rlce 50 cU per bottlo
ITeparesl ouly by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
"Mmi, Prnsylat, S)T.
After a Rainy Tide a tonutry Ilnsl
ciau Tells hat He Thinks of '
I wlh to ptdona Mine poopln would learn
hn they need a ilnctor and vben iWy dm't,"
eiclslrned Doctor E . aa Io entered hl boiie
loaen-eyilu'evtilaceln tho Interior uf tho Stnto
nf Sew York, afttr a tedinn nljlit ride for mar.r
mllca. 1 hat a ncutt dnvru ainon tho iiiniintalua to
pec a man, who tho menencft said, wa wry elck.
and not llknly to lit" 'Ml momltij, nn'es I hsil
lir.no rilat' h p; ami hand bliu uflTorlng from a
ratnrr aharp anai-lc of colic, whi" h l,U family
intght hav raiievod in ten mli.iiin, If they had a
grain of annte a'ol two or thre l iiple remedlea In
rhfc house. Uuti o; they nvid roma;n Lunraiit a
pk', aad wheu tl.u ltat aeha or pnla tuk tbem,
send for a doctor, whether tlir i er piy l.lm or
"Why, Ductor. what kiud of s!mpl rotredlse. aa
yoo ca'l iheni. do yoa expect penpir ro keep In tbn
hone!'' aaked h a wllo, on alia pourd himar.tip
or hot lea.
'Mn tbia cao," annwered Iho Ooi tor, "If thry
hadonlyput a ItKNSuN'H CAPCINt lOHOt's
VLaSTEKon tha tnsn'a ton:arh. he wnld havo
beta all rlkhl iu on hour, nud raved nin a dreary
In all ordinary eomplalnu li cure at nnc.
All dttat are rltuitnattd from the yt-m hy .
whit may be much! called i-pulidnn or extrae,-
llor. or by a union of tho t vo proc . Ke.n.
aoo a Plaster promote both. Indie I'm torpid '
organs to aoi, aud aouda iu lioaU.ik'. aouthios'in
fl'icDcc through tin' myriad pi-re of thn ekd.. A'l 1
other platera oblige the p.illent to tail, They i
(jiveblm hope fur to-marrow. It-nson's plnfUr j
give him help to-day. Wsich le butier, doyon
ihlnkf Bay Iho CAt'i'lUK aud keep it lu tlie ;
home, rnce ceuta. .
Seahury Si Johnon. ( hernials. Ne Y.rlt.
I CURTi: FITS!
When i aayesrc I do not mean merely In atop
them lor a time and then have them return saui,
I mean a m.'n-r enra. I have made the dlaeaanof
FIT. ' v or KaI.LINU bli'kNKMi a
llfu long aii, i) . 1 warrant try romrdy toeure the
worat caaes, He.-mine oihera have failed la no reu
son for not now receiving a cere, r-end atnnre for
a treaties and a Kreu Hottle ol my ltiialltble rem
edv. Glvo Exort-aa and Post Office. It coats yon
nothing for a trial, and I wul cure you.
Addreta ; , Dr. II. K. ROUT.
1M3 Pearl Sr.. New York.
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO,
A regular Ormtunte of two lneillriit
Mlleiten, ba hi-en Umirer aiianed In tha Ireal
nent nf 'hwauio. Nnrvoua, fc-Um ami
131ooil Dlaesie than auv otliii iihvalelan In
ffl, Louis, an clly paKn alia am all old real
ilanta know, ( tf.usuluil'im ,.t nflleeor ky tnill,
free ami Invited. A friamliv talk or hla opinion
Coats imtli In K- When il ia liiennve nlelil tnvllt
the city .or treatment, meilloln.-a ran heaent
by mall nr expreva avers' where, t'nr.ilde ra-
KUkrantced: where do'ulii exl-l" U la I'rmikly ,
atated. Call or Write.
Wnrvous Prostration. Debility, MphUI and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affeetionsof Throat, Sklnaad Bnnaa, DIood
Impnritiss and Blood fo'MPingLSjrin Aflto '
tions, Old Soros ard Ulosrs, Impadlmsnts to
Marriage, Rhaumatipm, Piles. Speoial
attention to tsaes from over-workod bruin.
SURGICAL CASES rooeiys tpcciaUttenUnn,
Siseasos arising from Iturrudouoes,EiesseS
lndnlgeacas or F.iposnres,
It la aelf-evMent tliut a phr.ielan paving
particular alteulion to acln'"' nfeaaea aUiilita
great skill, and phDalelau in regular practice
all over the oountry knowing thl. freiiieiilly .
reeoirmend Mi" lo Hie iiMean IIH'O III Aiuerleit
where everv known .pll.oici' l reanried lo.
and tue pi-ov'l itorxl rmofli of all
agea and eninitrlemiir intil. A whole bniiae I
ued fornllleet'liiTO-'eif, ami all arelrraled wlllj
aklll In a ri",",-tful niimneri nml knnwliig
what to do. niieiep1ni.it are made. Onae.
count ol 1 In- arinl . iiiiiiiIh'I' iii'iilylnK, the
rhargea are t. r.t . m'leii 'n'-ver than la
demanded liv otlira It you ociire the ikl'l
and get a apeei'.v and l-i rin l liln cure, Ihul la
the IniiMirt iiO iiniltr. I'JI"1 'hlet, 1 vagra,
sent to any sdilreaa. tin', ' "
puts. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! ?tiL
' Klesnnt clntli sd r iK binding, felled fhr SO
Cnta In t-oli'r.- ei" eui-n'tiey. Over SCty wnn-iri-nil
pen Idet'in-.. Iimi Io life arileleaon tbe
olliiiiiiMiela. W Ii" i'WJ marry, wlm nui; , ,
svhvr rprer b ;i kohiotv. V ho marry prat.
Anhhond, woinseln-f.il. 1'ttyalral dnniiy, Whit . ,
hmild mai'H', M'w llle and liuppliieaamay be
increased. Tlm.e n-m iul or ennleiuplatluti
marryliiij slinnld ri .nl ll. il might to neraaa
py all adult pi i 'mi", lb''" kept under lock and ,j
kev. I'opnlur eilltliui. none a, nl.iiva, hut pii'cr
rover and ' pagui, '.J cent by mall, III nioimr
.That smart men av -rave iin to H M per dav pro
It. soil ngllio "1'iiekut M-oiuhI." Ihsmost mirvnl.
loa lluln volume ev aaced. Needed, endorsed
and piirrhared by all elaaaos; nothing In Ihu hook
Hue ever final to t. VI1 pro,vi f or forf-it S-0.
Complete aamipe and 'out St H e , or lull patil-cularanratswp-''ri"n't
a art out again pniiiyon
loam what It sld of thla bonk, and what others
are doing. W. H. TIUtMPHON, fubllaher, 401
Arch tatrat, rhlUdnlphto. fa. aprSlfl
' f f
rf..4th St., ST. J.QUIS,
nosed mmlivaf KxaAnOoi mi.
A I'OWtfrhll ltrt-li:iri.l inn ,,mi.
priie most penetrating Liniment
Iknown. Ho conccutruted that a
wll a ...-1" . '
N t 1 1 wUl not Boil Cloth t n '.
SKW AKYKin ISUMKNTa.
. . ...
It; 'AT.Wivu i i
TVTl'l) 'HI W i
rrum mnrni"g ii m, ruing and rrom week h
Wei' nil. M N ptin H cnniiiineil tor? it Iho
Urea efre.il m -n find ir-tmrn, and of ihetr ()ed,
p ana. !ove, hntin .nul imuli.e.. Thla at-irv la
nioro into. irttn uv romanr that aa ever
Mii)ciioioii: aii t (4 v byi
mail, Wc a mon-h, i ,V a y-ur; Sgndat a
pagval, fl,-J0' .er r; WkbkiT t pa-'tia., $1.80 '
per Tear. : i ; , . .
L W.K OI..VNH, t'liliil.lirr, New V rk!lt.
Brpag- C STALiMlt rt.wlih word and
noi ii- nt o m:ig nnd a handanmn
I'iiicii'm Tree to any ad lr as on reeelu
in r. i. iiii. hi or a -c .aijniia
ni-vor .-jiean lit u r-u-S H."iin
r irei i.iiv,.,' vui z boi i;:' "V I n sb
! aa Un Knlli-E y," iiAu "trifet'i
M.irch. phtno; f iitti.:" I'ntuonrri.
pliom. All :i).iei(,'.. Si pn;u, fn'l H" n.ileii-, pnal
iret J' ci riis i:u-H". ! If.' WTIUKT,
26 Sc liuol St -: . Hoainu, Slaa.
l.-VI-.KTISKKS hv Rddriinaing
.no. r now-
t , .,E U. Ill lirnr.i t
',,tv Vnrlc tesa
learn the rtimt ootf nnv tr iijoHt-rt ltneof dar-
tialne; iu Amercan Newapnpere. tyfioo-pasw
l'ampllct, -c. , , , .
i . . . .
WRUMv,htWi-arv,J 1rnr nwaof Ur C'-mplfclBt1
pT.pl. f.Uk tlM.lft.h, lnl,r.tlon,l.'.n.UlliOii orCM1lv.iiu.
nwil cu .iw ,i', -iva1 V lln I '.ll". h iia
t'mtari HH'Mj -ni-l Willi. Ili.ynr j.-ir, )y Tr,tl,U, ai,.r
wftr (all l rin M'hlviK-i. e-tt toatM. I ura U ui,im,.
Utilu To f. Ii, ,i ..un K.ir u.a ;i tlrumLw.. b.l f
uniri..u ti. iml'tli n. Tlia j-n'ra ai-' fafl' .1 y
UN c. U."-,T A .. t1 A ml a'. ui . . i rKL-.
tm lul .,nn H. 1 1 v n.til i r' I 'i r. ,ktor 1
fjeal is Wealth I
Dn E. CWs Nrr.vc ano Thon Tceat
must, a guiimntoed eiiei-itio for Hysteria, Iirii.
neea, ConvnlaioiiH, Vitu, Nirvoue Neiirnlijia,
llanilarlie, Nnrvnua Frost nition enuheri by the uatt
nfaloohel ortolwcco, Wakefulnotia, Mi-ntul IM.
pn-saioit, Koftnning of the Brain nenlling in in
annity nml leading to niieery, dorey ami Uenth,
rreioMc.ra Old Ai". Uiircnpnae, I.oea of power
Iu either et, Involuntary liotwee nml BpermaU
nrrhira raueil liyuveriirtim of the bnun, snl(
ahiiMi or ovor-indulgoneo. ; Kch box contuina
oiiennioth's tr.-atment. f l.Oii a boj.nr an boiee
fiirf i.OO.wntbyiiiiiil prepniilon rweiptof price.
tVM -r.itAXTr.r. mix boxf.h
To euro any csso. With wch order reeeivetl byna
for six boxiia. necoinunieil with we will
send tho pnrehiwr our written Riinruntoe to re
fund the uuuiey idiiA treiitmioit diieanutetliwt
a euro. GuuiHtiUai IhwhkI vulyhy ;, ; , ;
1'IAHIIV W. SCIIUH.
Drugglal, Cor, Commercial avj. I.Hih t Cairo,
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Howard Oalranlo lllilf Id and eor ether Klarlea
nnlvHiiln nnd Mavnalln AiiiillnacM and Uarnu.ni itra
a aunoiUH f ir Nerwma )l)Uir, I'aralral. K pll.p,r.
5 umMiam,in.irart llriiln.FiSttiiirior lMaf
Mlel Kn.rur, Waak Back, Kldnar. I.lvwr. and Htomaeh
iiiamnarur. waaa Hack, Klilnn. l.lvr, ami Htomaeh
lninlallila n,l ..a ..I... .1.1 L I T 1 1 L- I) tt L-v m.,
aniilfttBoaa ar tha vary jnteat Imiiroved, and ntlrelr
A Itaraat fmiu lk and all utlwra,wi thar poaltlvaiy
genrHUeoailniiauanrranU without aeida, aaualoe no
or- nnrlrrltal m r h akln-ean ba wocn al work aa
wll aaiml--inl nntloenblH towwamr. Peearlarmula
tedlotuauf r-lia diffaraat aMiiea nt all diaaaaet wliera
Waoirle and Mini imUc trwatuiitnt la ot rwoeht. Thoae for
U nnea rnaeh tha aaat of rtl-enae, aa thalr aetlnn la
llwot iiii.ni Nnrmua, Miiaenlar.aad (laneratlratVoUra.
aeetMlllv-i-atorlna Ilia viUlltr-ehkli I '.lirllr-:
itT4,B.if rrom Ih. rnm br oioiiaa or lndl-ertloti, aad
' Zl ,h."P ,n nnliral way orereoaaa the wnkei
wlthmit ilrKftn the alniaaob. They will ear arwr ,
ea ahort of ilnii'liiml d-RBarallnn, and wa era
erPar-Hl to furnlab h moat amnbaOe aid ah nlala
proot tnanntxirt imr elulm. nr lllnatratad I'nmehlat
CiatttlUtlga I AMCRIOAN QAlVANtO CO,' "'
rrtt I ltrltc. i 3ia N. oth St., It. Louls.Ma
'T JOHNtOsl'i AaJOQYNC LIN (MINT will
I paatirr-ay Brfr ah lateel 'Jf d wlU peae-
I I 'uvwtyevlrentna anata W of t-a. Inloniaatte UiaS
'wlllMiveaaylvM1ai-nf franbf mall. Indalat-a.
Serneiifc J'wventloa labrt,rtkaaur.l. a JotraV
A .. S OSTOS). UAH, lorawrlv Sjl1m,
IXT raieoul ITiMUTrva nui aaake ear rleh SUmSt