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J 'QUew Mm Column, aieseau pet Kb
amend On cents par Una each ubeaaent taaer
tlon. For oue week, SO cento par Use. Vot one
month, 00 cents perils ;,.
Ho! For the Palace Saloon.
-u The proprietor! of the Palace Saloon have
r. now online flues ojT Bock fleer; r Tney
will also serve their many patrons, aa Lunch,
during (lie Doit week, commencing to-day,
moat excellent article of Bock ,Wu rat,
made especially for tbcni'. Call" and coo
: vlnce yourself that the Palace li t strictly
- tirst-cUss rosort, ia every particalar, where
. none but tho , vnry heat Brandt of Beer,
Wint, Liquors anil Cars are kept in stock,
'ilw J. JonicsoN A Co .j Prop. '
Call at Mrs. 8. Williamson's, on Her
entu street near Commercial, areoue, and
have your old hate shaped and made over
Jd he, latest style for the . small aum A
fj two-story houses six rooma;at the cor
Ber.vtFiftK ant iWalnul. Ample are)
ffacHithqtoi& outhouses. " Apply t Dao
y FiWefMid, on Ohio levee. if
'k'e'M The Uaioa Bakery mar be found the
beet ami ftfieipest bread aod cake, or any
otliisi aiclej in that line".-. V ' t '
Frahk K&atc t.
For Male Farm.
A good farm In the timber, eighty acne
odor rf luratk) blue grass putore; farm
oat'iinj pi Icit-ajinlioDd couoty, Ilia,
ffilefljou jajlroad station. i
is. a., uciiirr.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing ahop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Teotb street. , All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
dune to order. Ik-pairing work a specialty,
Work done promptly., ( tf .
j j i , , ; :
For Sale,' at" Hodges Park,
one 2-story dwelling containing 7 rooms,
all In c'mkI order; also uood out-buildinus:
f f also oba 8f jre-llob'jf , size 22x50. well finish
t ' led, conHios the only saloon In : town. For
(particulars' apply o If. P. Wilbocmik,
Hodges Park, 111.
Ice. Wood and Kindling.
.Northern Lake' Ice 50c. per 106 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, S4 per cord, and
kindling $t per -load, at Jacob Klee's.
. , Leave orders at CHj Brewery. tf
1 ! i i That Hacking Cougb can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
Paul O. rkhuh, acut. '(l)
" '" To restore anise of taste, smell or hear-
log u E y' Cream Balm. It : ia doing
wonderful work. ' D) not fail to procura a
, jboitle, sa in -it lies' the relief you seek.
Price 50 cents. Apply into nostrils with
little finger::! . ' 1 1
. , Tjjk UoiteU ; States government are
nsi.ng IsrVe numbers of thu improved Howe
; Scales.: 'Borden, Selleck A Co., Agents,
i i i i , i i'
( Important Notice.
. If you need any!Carpets, Lace Curtains
and Window Shades it will be to your in
terest to call on F. W. Rosenthal 4 Co.,
410 and. 412 N. 4tb.st.St. Louis.
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Haason A Hon, Lewistoo, 111., says:
"Brown's Irou Bitters sella well aod gives
satisfaction." ' ; '
uek left's Arnica 5alT '
The Bust Salve la the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sorea,, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fsver
riorea, Tetter, Cbappei Hands, ' Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skiuxuptions, and positively
eures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded." 'Pries
95 cenu per box. For sale by Qao. X
O'tUm, . . ;. )
"Liitwkt's Blii'd rJeacher" enriches the
blood, drives out all" diseases, aod will give
you excellent health.
The act of fermenting the, Oporto Grape
iato wine in this country baa been brought
to a greater degree of perfection by Mr, Al
fred 8peer, ot New. Jersey, than by any
other person ; and his wine is very popular
as an vpning wine, as well as for the com
munion' table and for invalid!. Far sale
by Paul O. Scbuh.
Elys' Cream Balm. - We have no prepar
. ation so reliable or salable. It is the, best
remedy in the market for catarrhal affec
tions. Thoo. B. Perry, Druggist, Elmira,
. Y. .
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint! Bhiloh's Vitamer is gnaran
teed to cure. Psal Q. Schub, agent. (3)
fell 8 I
THE GREAT GERMAN
I ?9ltoa Lumbsgo,
' SWaMM. Cvtt, BmiMS, .
iin rum-ran, .
Ami U thar boditr Mbi
hfTT CENTS 1 BOTTti"
' ftitd br ail rmtirw wa
laiifuafoL i :.i . ..
Tks Ckirlts A. Vooslsr U
i.iiiih smcus a oo )
THE CAIRO BULLKTN;
. . DAILTAK WEEKLY.
Tsrras ot Bnbsorlptlon.
Daltf o jt hr errterT.....JrU..vl.... lUOO
Dally. oa jrir by mall...
i p wjin. oiicoviv it paiQ in aavaaca.)
Datlr. on mnnt!
Waeklv. cram ir.
w air. s Bootht v. i 09
OTClubt eitn o met Inr Warkl,Wa1la(lB t
OB tlmd, per year, SI -SO : i.- '.
, lavARUBLT i asvavci.
All CemsaaolcatloD hoold be addressed to
K. A. BURNETT.
Publnher and Proprietor.
THE BAJLTj BTJLLElTN.
THE SOCIAL FABRIC.
AXVTJAL ADDRESS DELIVERED OR THB EIOBTB
ASIirTKBSAHy OF THE W.C. ASD L. i.,"
MARCH 6TH, 1888.
Menbere t tbe Women's (C and
AtoclenoQ.'iBHemB Md Ladles:
COVCLCDED FROM LAST BCIDAT.
Another objection, urged I - am sure to
good faili, was that lht city 'was col in s
condition noancialiyioassufae any 7 extra
burdens.' Surely no tlioo'ghtfai person
desiring to conserve the publio morals will
feel upon mature reflection, that the few
hundred (follara per, annual; expended for
the maintenance of .the .library, ,i iliy spent
or In any way wasted With the 'countless
temptations upon erprj hand open i for our
youth, and so many influences lying in wait
to debase and lower1 the1 standard1 of living,
we cannot afford to negtect ady! means of
cultivating the mind and heart, and lead
ing the thought of society into the safe and
pleasant paths of moral !an4 intellectual
culture. t It has been truly said that hun
dreds of young men1 drift' 1nto: the saloons
and other places of Vice 'and crime, not so
much because tbejj wish to go there, bnt
because fh'ej'bav"nb " place else to go.
Good, books' are always go4 company; an
attractive reading room will
safe resort.' Horn! very touchiog cases' have
coma to our knowledge, since the use of the
books Tim been free to all. , One of them is
that of a person Wno h'aa been bedridden
for many years, and was unable to purchase
library card. Now every weak a book
goes into that sick room to help while away
the dreary hours, and transport the patient
invalid into the realms of fancy. Since
our las( anniversary sentj-W jiew books
have been added to the number by purchase
and gift, and we have . been placed under
renewed obligations to oar Representative
in Congress, the Hon. J. R. Thomas, for a
number'of substantial! bound Congres-
tonallteporis. vflie past year will be
memorable ' in oar hist6ry as the year in
which the Association realized one of its
brightest dreams,' and the' determination
held to steadily from the. beginning , of Hi
cerecrVthe foundation -''of k free public
library and reading-room in the City of
Cairo..' It will also be ever memorable for
the cristallization of another hope; so far
remote in the beginning, that it seemed at
least quarter of a century away the nope
that the Woman's Club and Library Also?
oiation would sometime have a fitting and
permanent abode wtyfih would, be, a centre,
from. Whfch 'Should imJo&e V' wide-spread
HteTAry' influenoe. The pTpsen year,' we
trust will . sei Ahe realization ot that
cherished hopq and lori felt want, and our
Association, 'no longer obliged to be the
guest of the kind and ' generous friends,
who have always Welcomed it, be at home
in ' the comfortable ana Iwsntlful quarters
that will be hirnished for Jit W of ' its
own membCrswho?e generosity is only
equalled brlhir public spirit j When that
time shlllcom 'w'e wfllfecl more strongly,
if possible,' than before, the ties of; grateful
affection that have ever bound us to that
loyal and generous friend of our early
strutrffle. who tho'. taken from us and the
whole city1 that11 truly tnourned his loss,
has yet left behind him the fragrant memo-
ry ui me guuu uovus, ana Kindly inercsi
in'our work ldja 50rtfiy.toKewrllade to
fulfil his wishes, and carry out the grand
and noble alms "or tbe l)fef. consecrated io
the good of bis fellow mnn. When the
fair and stately edifice arisos, that shall
bear above its portal, carved in the solid
tone, that will not be more enduring than
hie memory, his loved sod honored name,'
hall we not feci that tho' dead, he jet
spcakoth that be is again in our midst,
cheering us by his sympathy and encourag
ing us in all good works! t The seed of a
noble life will bring forth . a harvest for
future generations let us cherish the
thought and strive to make our lives sub'
Ume. Many advantages must accrue to the
community in the possession of a free,
publio library and reading-room situated
in a convenient and appropriate building,!
which by its beauty and symmetry wilt be
CAflfoH B CJLiBT t NV- SUNDAY 'liOBNIlf . APfclL
a perpetual lesson to the mind and heart.
Ths Association on account; of ttis ' connec-'
tlon with the management of the library,'
rid the' relief from 'its" financial burden,
will be Id' si position ' to' carry' out a long
cherished plan of eupplying popular lec
tures on practical 'topics, forming '"classes
for'the"ptrrsfutf '6t difforent ' branches of
knowledge arid doing other like' things to
upplerhenfthsf Work of the'libraryr'A
1. ' l.'i-lb'. nI".ll-L''il!t..L..' -
rga ciaaa in cngusn- juucraiure . can w
formed' at once, 'as soon" a a suitabfel room1
is prepared for meeting, and other branches
readily tsikejri' up," that 'will ''afford 1 both
pleasure' and profit" in their pursuit." ;With
a'suitshfe hairdia1, which" shall contain
besides trie ' library and roadlng-'roomt a
hall for ' gatherings like ' this and1 other
library entertainments, and rooms 1 which
hall contain the curiosities,' picture and
other art treasures that 'will' rapidly accu
mulate, what a Centre of literary arid artis
tic vulture' we' shall have; and - what an
impetus we shall hope it ' will ' dve to a
wider and more general interest In letters
and the 1 arts. ' May ' other cenerous snd
public i spirited citizens' be minded to
add, U? the attractions of i our 1 be
loved little city which in' spite of all her
dissdvantagee, and the foes against" which
she has to struggle, Is yet so full of rife and
energy, and has such indomitable persever
It is1 claimed that Cairo on account of its
peculiar situation, Is a place 'where the
young1 are pSrtioUhrly liable to temptation,
and especially In need of all 'poeaiblo helps
to avoid' evil. '-""'Admitting this fact I am
brought to the leading thought of my brief
reraarks-j-whst shalt be'done to ' keep in
tact ' bur 1 socfal fabric to ; preserve the
purity of our home and social' litet - To the
statement sometimes made that Cairo is
the worst place' m the country' to bring up
a family I deairs to enter a decided and
emphatic protest. ' The fact swill not war
rant the assertion while to the anxious
hearts of parent there are good grounds for
fear and watchfulness lest harm come to
the dear ones in . the home, there are few
cities of the same size and conditions where
the moral atmosphere ia purer. We bare
herela moat 'healthful and wholesome re
spect for honest industry and it ia some
thing worthy of note that so many of our1
young ladies are engaged io business, and
working , side, 'by side with, their
brothers. We have here no aristocratic set
of idlers, no fashion plates, the end and aim
of whoseexietence is to kill time, those whose
whole strength of character is devoted to
frivolity and the pursuit of pleasure. Among
our. women of means are to be found, the
beat bousa-keepers, the most devoted moth
era, our'young men, as a rule, are sober, in-
dustt uoua and Intelligent, standing ahuuld
er to shoulder iwith: tbfir fathers in the
trades and professions. We may lack' the
elegant repose, . the higher culture of older
cities we also lack their deeply stamped
vices and carefully concealed iniquities
There are many towns and cities no larger
than our own, tpr the older and more polish
ed .cast, i whore the whole social fabric ia
corrupt, and unsound where even in the
best society, thsre Is neither sobriety, hon
sty nor purity. Where smid wbat are called
the. oldest families," the "best people,"
the moral atmosphere is tainted and shame
and disgrace' taU heavily' upon the private
aid public life, i There may be, and doubt
less is, with us a lower strata of crime, but
we are so carefully guarded in our homes
that it has notreichod its, and God grant It
never may. ' No social chasms yawn be
neath our feet; no desolated hearth-stones
cry out smid us, no gray heads are bowed
in anguish otet1 blighted hopes and blasted
homes.' Let us Bee to it that these terrors
hall not come- . Ia no place can be , found
a brighter, more charming circle of children
and young people Just coming on than we
have here'. ' Every, true parental heart niust
glow with prfde and gratitude on looking
over our bonny girls and manly boys, aod
rejoice in the exceeding promise of the sons
and daughters that fill the homes and crowd
the school rooms.' It is but natural that we
should desire for them the best advantages,
the highest good.1 That we should sigh for
the broader cultivation ot the Urge cities.
A wholesome discontent can not be blamed
But since our lot, and our children's, is Cast
right here, It is the part of wisdom to make
the best of It, and to' arrive to make the
beat of what we have, and to increase our
privileges 'as we can. In few places, ss
large as our own, in the west, can be found
as much musical talent and culture, ss we
have in Cairo... M st excellent opportuni
ties are offered for the cultivation of that
divine art that1 will ennoble and purify,
and make the homo. , brighter and better.
Music, good books,' picture, and a happy
home influence are strong safeguards against
temptations freul without. L A most impoy.
lent faetaHn ''our' children's training, are
the public schools Of them 1 we are justly
proud,' and it has long been our delight to
introduce risi(eni 'to 'our-1 excellent school
system? The efforts of the faithful teachers,
who are doing so much for the rising gener
ation, and .who are endeavoring to raise the
jTlde'ef ch'olarshijv, and bring shout
bgW'Wndadi'ihould receive the cordial
and hearty' aupport of all. , The future wul
fare of oar aoelety depends upon the young
people arid' little ones now ' being ' educated
to fill er places and take up our life work.
How shall we keep them free aod unspotted
from the world t; Dow train the 'girls to a
Wh'i'oi perfect' womanhood Thd bovr
to true nobility of ctatfcand royal manhood
With ail the betptwa have- from t be ( stcrlsd
wisdom of the past frbtd lltetararw, rf tad
clenceVfrdm t'he'reiM'of 'thetlirlkt that
Ignorant j , the 'weak,' strong, and the
evil, ' good cei'we nor; protect our home.,
our innocent' children from wfclodnea and
in. It la the old: 'crySWer we
perish 1 - 'Wisdom I end1" religion are the
mighty! bulwaurtevs' ffrnvedd waduring
levee that encompass, our homes arid keep
tiiemaecore from itbe swsltWg' abd Wngry
flood! thai would rush tot overwhelm ua
with tbaH ortb ewwld-ws cannot af
ford to neglect or weakeel these defences ;
all our safely depends upon building itbem
broad and high and kMpiig meat intact.
But. there- ia, eometeiag more yett, to be
done-tbese bulwarks . must be earefully
guarded day and night; the lamps of lern
ing must burn brightly" at every doubtful
place, Oar faith, , patience and unwearied
prayers must" be like the bulkheading at
every low and insecure point. Every trick
ling rill of gossip, slander, nncharitabteness
and want of integrity, must promptly be cut
off. Tha.atnioephere of the home must be
clear and'pure, and, full, of kindly charity
and helpfulness with so many hearty and
wholesome' Interests that wa shall have no
filrle to thlnk'of our neighbor's faults and
rsiilngi1. 'The home' life must supplement
the teaching f schol "and church and lay
broadjthe foundations of purity and streogtH
kVywIIl eureoclerfabrfft5 be a 'smooth and
stilling1 web wfthndeekmt, W rents, .or
knotted places; but a fair' and perfect inaW
tie enwarpplnif In Itssoft md silken Aide
a gentle,' wise and poHsbed 'community,
( WNcMrteeyiMlMd laaad;'. '
WltB womealy PM 'Aa4 : Mae&kSMl' royal
... .tMBftbi,,.. , ,, fc. . jf,
' x Where all Ua'gracioaa flfU of U7 ;
HowbrigWIy.aiidttelais i ,
Are; avOBtfaH Wtt4 of swetaeoo ard or
, ,,. , r : ,, ., ... ...
W. t. Ansunr. nvor odUnrol ras Boilbtib
aod etMtmkoal patsoagor oaent. Orders (or all
kinds of tt4nbot lob oriBtlDi eU tiled. Office
al Bowar's Bbto0mb lUlell Bel OMo tereei.
STAOtS OF TB BJVSUt. !!!!
The rivet marked by the gauge last even
lag at this port; 41 feef 8tf inrhes aod ML
log: " ';
' Ciriclnnatl, April ' 88 p. m. River B7
feet O lnchee and falline "
Pittsburgh, 'April 285 p.' ra River 7
fifcf 6 inches end falling: r '
LobkMlle," April 88 p. m. River 14
feet fl Inches' and risfns; ' "
' Nashville, April S8- p. m.-River 38
feet 8 inches ahd falling." ,:i ' ; 1 . r
Chattanoogs,' April 88- p. m. River
18 feet a tnohea and tsdHng.'-'"" " , 1;
8U1 Louia, Aprit 88 -8 p-. ka. River 18
feet 7 inches and fatting. n:' '
The Arkansas City - from Vickaberg ar-
rived here last efenmg at 6 o'clock. - 8he
had a good trip for Sr. Louis aod' departed
at 10 p. m..'-' m ' - I
Capt. Hi4 Davis fmm Paducah was in
town yssterdsy, and left' on ths Powlef for
home."-' - ' ' :- 11 - i
' The fine sldewbeel stesmer Andy Baum
is due here this' morning for' Cincingat!.
She has a party of excursionists from Hem
pbis who will make the rouud trip and. at
tend the Dramatic Festival at Cincinnati.
The Baum will arrive there Wednesday,
May 2nd, which will give parties who take
passage on her four .days in. port with
rooms and meals included and the trifling
sum of J $18.00" psys the round trip from
Cairo. Passenger Agent W. F. Lambdin
will furnish tickets. " v .
The R. R.' Springer leavea to-day with
out fail for H ew Orleans. The Springer
Is s rapid and elegant steamer. Capt. i H.
U. Hart master aod Col. John Junta clerk.
.The Cons Millar from Cincinnati arrived
and departed last, night with a.fise trip for
Memphis,. ., , . , . . . ,
The Hudson: from Shawneetown pass
ed up for 8U Louis last pighC She had a
fair trip and received.12 passengBrs here.. :
Lem Hill is at tha Hot Springs, and is
improving rapidly, .,8a, he etatejby letter.
The Belle Memphis for Vlcksburg this
evening.Jf U , ' !.' i .'.,
The W; P. Holiday to-night far New
Orleans.''"'- '' ',1 : '- "
A large party ot ladies and gentlemen of
Paducah will take the Andy Baum eo her
there to-day and go to the Dramatic .Fetti
val. ' 1 ' .
- N. B: Thistlewood A Brb.l -
- DBALERM IK'
"'" MEAL. '
GRAIN 8AXK8 and TWlNfe
-.Jill 1 1 ' ' It,
NO. 80 $Rl6 LKVXE,
ir! v 1.
Tkat smart aiea average IS.00 to 00 r ay pte.
Si, sell mg tba "Pocket MeanjO. TtMoMaitrvat
loss little volnaie ever lMCM- i'lW
Una iiVt lAit Will mm llaf .krwas M
DSAAlefWlaMaW Wat1 .rtL-, ,
ana rauaawaaia, n. apvMw
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, r OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
' 1 1
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
rsrw dbops applied to the surface
land almost Instantly MLIKVI
nor aiaool or tna akin, or leave
Has wo equal ror Hie Unm of RheTunatlinri, Spialn. BrnJsoe
Pains In thm Limba or In any part ot the System.
mora Throat. I
land is equally efficacious
meaclcms ror all Dains
powenui oinusivo luniuuuii. oce wurTfii Atmanmi
Ask voor Dnindat for It. Price so
wnoltle Pnnrait, , 8T.
frw and complete Motel, fronting OB Ler
Second snd Railroad Street,
Tk Fauefiser Depot of Ue Chlcaeo, 8t. Lnnin
MafJs Ot19sD;IU07p tCftKtrl( Wftb, M,
TmI eaJ PaiMi T..n If rn ntU an) L,.k..n
mtwssi auu i Kiuti) iivu aiuuiikeiu ssu-a tr'Huiii
Me.lleend PMi,CJr ana St. Lontipjej
are an iet aoroee tse street; wane ru Htvamoost
LaBdmata bat om
it mion itiniro diiiibv i
taandrr, Hjdrulle'KlTtor, Klectrlc Call Btlli.
Is beaue t uteeea;
nts j siesro
c uail l
Astomttle Fire-Alarms, Bathe, ahaololeljr pure sir
pertect sewerage and uimplete appolntmunta.
perh fnrawbttiKVPrfert eervte end n an.
FeSlable. il f 1 i 4
- afasaractarer snd Dealer Ii
PISTOLS ri ,- RIFLES
th' iifM, hef eicfenl "AveVJldTivee. f
CHObUi llOlUNQ . . A- flPCIALTY
.'A 'aU. kids a? yiftoji .
" Sjafes Ba salted. All Klndi o( Keva Made.
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i.Io t PACKET COMPaary ) "
Pin aida-Wnael Passangar ataamar
, B. PaalPaoketakwvaBk Loale every Maoder, We.
aidyoffrl(ty.etlp.m. Qouier A Keokok Paofe
; at leaw iMts d all, Header ueepinLM I Mb
XxomnlootlskeUet low rates to BtPaoLtaka "
, Mt.etenSe endall ertteTattBWraore7xtreot
Sad bkMt route to DeknU, MooUns and Manitoba.
Kashville. PaducaUA Cairo U.
Wa, H.. CHERRY,
Leaves this port every Wednesday ate p.m. for
Ths adSpassengr snd rreluht steamer
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Leaves St. "Louis for Cilfo'oneS sarh weak t
ri. as. Leaves Ca'ro (vr Ht. Jxiais, and way laad
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. ,. ;Tba elgar Df patstlal stoaasar . fu ! :
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Saa treM lata, aod other toformetloo. Mdrae. ,
M. Li! "' I '
A puwerlul pruparatluu Coiu
ixncd mostly ot Essential Oils.
e most penetrating Liniment
nown. Bo concentrated that
PAIN! It will not Boll Clothing-,
disagreeable effpets of any kind. It
in tne Btomacn and Bowala.
ets ter bottle
After a BaJry himJl -MJtry Phjsl
rian TellH What He Thinki of
i !)'; 'i'!iH6in:lrale.'' f: lit
.. . . .... . ..r- w
"1 wlih to grMloas some people woald leer
aH'ii"Ctor!tl--4 astisstsVed his hou.
Id a cn'fv Iltt'e vllliirii In the Interior af the Bute
rmlUt.' 1 1 HsSfS rloeif flown intonf Iks beaatatas to
see a man, who t!io uuwienger eald was very slek,
anfl, llktftf Jiro tn, moW, Vska had
Imm. dUf hu p; and round him suffering from a
ratner ihtrp attsca of eullc, which, , hi) fmily
might have relieved In tea m!:iniei If ilU? hd a
grain of inure ai.d two or three it n-pie remedies la
the Iioqmi. Hot ro; they nut remain Ignorant a
plys.and -rktn.thfles.it a$ha ssria, takes them,
srpd for a doctor, whet bur thsr ever piy him ar
aet,tsb cur. jL'.iit 'j-ivijn iai
"Whj,)octpr. whpt kind. of sliaple remedies, aa
ynncellfosm, do fOttxr people to keep Jn the
house?". aeknd h.afUe. ehe aoared hlmaeap
ofhbuss.lV M 'W;i'. ili
"In this cue," snswered the DoctQr, "1 thejs'
had only pnt a BENSON'S CAfcita TOKOUS
TLAATKHon tba mitn's etomach. he would hive
heea tU rUht In sn hoar, sad saved me a dreary
In ill ordinary euniulalnti It enres at one.
All Silases ar el!iu(utcd from tbs eyitem by
whit may he fonghlr calied eipalilun or ertno
tlon, or by a anion of the two procssts. Brw
on PItr promote both. - It Incites the torpid
orKanto icl, end Sends He healing, soothing la.
Inonre throngh the myriad porei of the skin, All
oUier tlaters(ohllK the patient to wait. They
give him hope for to-morrow, Bon ion's plester
elve him. helo Jo dav. .Which le brUer. da von
laiakt stay the CATclsB asdksf It la the
bouse. Trice 2S cents. ,
,: eeDdrr'aMnon'!emli&l 7fsvi Trk.
I ,QUB33 irJEplT-S I
' When UisT cars I.doitiqtjmeao merely tf stop
them for I time and then have them return again.
I mean a ridlnl cure. I have mide the dtleaae or
PITS, El'lLKr-bY or FALXWQ 81CKN8 a
Ufo-lop.tr Study.) I warrant say! rwmsdy to core the
woret curs . Rersni'e others nave fkflod Is no rea
son for not now recslvlng a cure, bend at one for
atreatiie and a FraaBqitle ol mv Infallible rem-
edv. ' Give Bxpreis and' Post Office. It coets yoa
noioing ror.a trial, ana s mv car fan.
U. 1. ROOT.
Sr.', h'ew Tork.
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i t .11 M., If ,i ii : it t
' tli it Charlss Itisst, LOUIS, K0. :
A. ragnlar Qraduata ef te medteal
oIIpki-k, hu Mfnluugr engsgid la the Ireat
mnil of Ohrouio, N.rvoua, kkiii end
l31oxl iJiMieM then aay other pbysKUa ta
, St. Lout, is city I'niwn tkew end illpldro!
1 dent knew. Cornullet'oe t ooeor mf mall,
rree end Invited, A frteudly talk or hi oploloa
U outhlng. when lllilaennvenleottovlilt
the rlty .or treatment, niadlrtnee ean he lent
by null or rtpre evervwbere. Carekla eeaee
iruarenuwdi where doubt aJLlaas It letreaaly
fated. Call or Write. a , , r r
Hurras Prostration, Debility, Meat! aid
Physical Weakness, Msreurlal and ether
affsettons of Throat, 8Ha snj Bonea. Blood
Imparities and Blood PoiseBlBf, tTria Afflss.
Uobs, Old tores and TJlotra, IapsdlmsnU to
Karrtags, Rhsnmatlsm, Pilaa. tpeelal
attention to eases from ovir-wxirksd brala,
SPRQICAL CA3I3 raostvs spseial attsaUea.
' Pfssaaes artslng from Imprttdeeass.Egsessaa,
IndnlgoBciser Eiposures. ! ' ' ' n
It 1 wtr-vldin that a rbpld'" r'
particular mention to a elan ofrai atta n
greet iklll. snd phvileisn In rvgnlar priftlre
ell over the country knowing thle, frwuftitly
rerommrnd Mw4 M the elilpernBM le A mevleex
where every known ei'i'llenre It rreorM to.
and the provexi noi1 rainaiilaa or au
aura ind rouutrlu are uied. A worn boom
nwd Ibrnfflo nerrMWM.. ant ell er Irealxt wlia
am in m iHimnui nianuTr, ww.
wbat vr no. no eiiierlvuvnl are meee.
leite. ' At ea.
fount nf the
ue vreav nuuiiw
damandrd hv other If vou aecere tkeeklU
'lew. ofta f
and a epeMy end per feel Hl al a
the ImiHirUjit matter. rnuililt, St PH
sent to any addreee free.
MARRIAGE GUIDE. VA
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