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NuIick lb mil column, oi'gnt corns par tid 4fW
trslaiicl five cecli per tin neb surwequea Imm
Hob. Kor one wwk, til cents perils. r on
mouth, ttu cent per line , , . I
A. new two-story residence"' cof...,8th
treot uud Washington aw., coatftloUff tit
largo and airy ruowa aud lull ; a very d&i(-
aoltj h'lino, wi b nearly an acrw of grott-adi
The building will be completed In two
Wonka. Dtiuel U.trtuiaii, Commercial1 avd,
ml 9:l ctruit. 3t ,
II. iJlork haa removed hr 4xMt and kino
ustablishuieiit i rhfl now'Neff Vuiil'ling. oo
dmim-idal avi-riua,' nef ' K'te1lh itreeU
lie bhH ncuivudt hre nrwatciek of jtoodi,
inclining All the Intent Hylne of loot near
Mini in Dftliirpii-ptreil thau tvirju, make
Id x it a or h.M) to order err, tin any repairing
flchiruiJ. Ho liitriW hla Jhl.l rutniiiri aod
many in niiei f. cainln hfmln Mi new
quartets Hii'J guaranteee all atfsfactiou in
vt ry way. Spocial mdactftWr-Bi tre o8st
ud iu Miu11iitock ,whtctili('lfstritoa(i
out to msktrr'ooni for new' 1w.'
Miumt Water and Beer gency.
Hairy Br'-jlian ia agent here tuMbaceW
liratfd AfmliJj Spring and Hhuboygan Min
era! Wat. f sn l tup Pti. Heat and Cincinnati
ljer, the heat th country afTrrls. s lw-
The' Union Bakery.
At Tli" Union Bikery may be found tli
bunt an! clu-api gr bread and cake, or any
other km idea in that line. ,
i VikSK KrUTT.t
'' r, S js t i .
Ctli it'Mr.'8. Williamson's, on b
eutli hi net near Commercial avenue, and
have your oi l hat ahaped aad made over
in the latest nn I" lor tho atuall turn if
twenty five cents, tt
New Blacksmith Shop.
A ut.w liorac shoeing ahop hai been open
ed by Mr. I Povrera ottTebth alreet.! AW
manner of blatksniitbiog and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly; ' tf-
Jee, Wood and Kintiliu?.1 .
Northern Lake Ice 50e. pef 100 lba.;
good, diy wood, sawed, 11 per cord, and
kindling l per load,' at' JscW Kleei.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
A cure at last for Cuttarrb. The evidence
i overwhelming that Eija' Creatu' Bairn
goes more directly .than any other to the
teat of the .1i(icHw, and baa reaulted in more
cure within the raoije f our olervstiorj,
than a'l other remediei. Wilkctbarr", Pa.,
Fr lame Baek, 8t It of Cbelt nae
tJbiloli'a Porou Plaster. Price .25 cento.
Paul 0. Sehuh; aent. (5)
Tkk Howe Hcalca Lave all the la teat im
provementt. It ia true economy, to buy
the bee:. Bordcu, Solleck A C')., Agcntl,
Chicago, III. (3)
8kb a woman in another coiubjb aeat
Hpeer'a Viueyarda, picking grapea from
m hich Sp-er'a Port Grape wtni ta made.
that ia co JHlity oiteerned ir the nadical
pr)fii8hiin, for the uw of invalid weakly
liersons and the ai;ed. Sold by drugifiata.
. , !
If you need 'any Carpeta, Lace Curtaini
and i ii rtow Shades it wul le to your in
terest tn call on P. W. Rosenthal & Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4tb at. 8t. Louia.
The reatoration to health of our child we
considered Uncertain. Wbcn two weeki
old he catfbt rW. "Fof 18 montha waa
not able-to breathe through her 'coat rill,
became emaciated. U)tt. ning Elyi'
t.'reatn Balm her difficulty ia removed; abe
breathoa naturally. Mr. & Mr. J.M.8raitb,
Owegn, If. I.
Shiloh'a Cough and onsumpion Cure
ta aold by ua on a guarantee. It carea con
iumption. PhuI J. i:hurii agent. . ()
a roBtrtvK cchi
Catarrh aud Hay
Afrrable to Ua.
ools in taa a.
IV drill I or nr kfad of
I Ski TIS9 I I mmUnll IrHtktlaBI
I r M I I InlimaJ and Mltk
a cjj iT ii ion oi. niiuoiio
elSKAJaHt. ' Apply bf the
sootrlla. It will be
Z m"'rm. 1 XL Afabeorbad, effectoally
H AY- FEVER
i W-.l.W.. T. AllflM If,.
fliamatlon, p-otecta tha mambranetllnlngt of tba
, head from additional eolda. eompletaly beala tba
fwu and taitoraa tba raoaa.of An 11
Beneficial reeniu ra realiad bw a lew appllca-
Cream Bulra ban iralned ea eoTlable repoUMM
wherever Known ; aiipiwiBR v-f-;
. 1 1 li .... i u - m (1 nrannlit. ad MBtA
nkokam itamstrccetvad. 'Uald by all whole-
aale and retell drnarflata. . i
KLY,0BfcAliBAUIC0..OwBO, . T.
Do you want a pure, bloom
ing Compleiionl .If to, a
few applications of Hagan's
MAGNOLIA BALM will grat t
liy you to your heart's opn-.,
tent. It does away with Sal-. .
Blotches, and all diseases and
imperfections of the skin. It
OTercontes the flashed appear
anco of heat, fatigue and ex
citement J It makes a lady of .
THIRTY appear but TWEN
TY and so natural, gradual,
and perfect I mm, effects,
that ft la impossible to detect
THE GREAT GERMAN
, Jtsllrrea and cures
' SORE THROAT,
ef eaeas, Cuts, BrvlMa,
nt HNN, aH'A.Da,
And ail othvr bodily soliM
rim rrrrt a nnTn r
fJt'ISSB' ' ill
fUild hy all t)rucirku end
fl.ft. , Dlreotiuus
The Chariea A. Vegiltr Ca.
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Dkiir, one montb , , i o,
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laTtnuBi.r i aoviwci.
All CommaBlcitiout ebould ! addrentod In
K. A. BL'RNETr,
Tablleber n4 Proprietor.
The; Daily Bulletin.
One View of MarriAg
I tu irlreup my billiards, my boer andol
Hitviir think about matlnma, raoea or bar.
And make my small laoome Id aome mannot
to ruraun iool..pnttitryrr t etera, ror two.
' TV.. . . . - A 1 I - I . n) .
ieroapn mo can cook, out more uneiy ana.
6b may play tho piano for "all that lt'l
But -aa for nor washing why, boarena and
1 V earth! 1
?o murrtRiru for ma, It'a too much of a eham:
thick tbmt I'm far bettor oltaa I am.
r wary of bachelor life, T dnolarw.
Of a little ball bedroom and boardlng-honse
He pleasant oomiwinloashtp, nothitiar at all;
I long for a home, Ixi It ever ao small
Yor bonis and a wife who ia obeerful and
If "union la strength," wby, ray notions are
My wares are small, but T think they will do.
With a llttlo economy, nicely for two.
I've mr eye on a irt, and I II aak her that'a-
off with. my slippers, sbkI hot for my hat!
IT'S 0ILT BLOCKS.
Pathetic Story of a Brare Little Bohool GirL
Mrs. Lovel, Katie's mother waa a seam
itrcss, and there wore many days when
ho hnd but little work to do, and the
Ear wait Always stnalI-only a few cenU
r a snrruent that she must work at tho
whole day lotijr. Bet fhe Mruggled hard
w pay the rent and keep Jim aod rutie
, In school that was tba great thing.
"Plenty 'of money uiay eomo one dav,
littlij she would say, "but it will
not be worth much if 3-ou" do not know
how to use it. This ia the most wonder
ful country in the world, my birdios.
Tim may bo president and Katie a Mm.
President, nnil you can't know too much
of school book". I'm sure tb.it, when
you're grown up, you can never bo glad
and thankful onou'h that your mother
sent vou regularlv to achobl. So don't
tnind" the patched clothes, but keep at
the bead of your clnas, if you haven't a
hat for your hnad!"
But the winter Katie waa 11 years old,
the brave little mother had lesa money
than ever before, and as the spring-time
came on they grew ao very poor that
there was not always enough of breadleft
after breakfast to makeaschool-lunehoou
(or Tim and Katie.
"Give it all to Tim," Katie would say;
"I believe I don't want anything at
noon." I'oor little Katie! HoWihard
he tried to think-that she waa not
hungry! How empty hor hands felt at
first 89 sbo trudged "along wjthput ber
dinner!. And how her heart beat, and
how the blood burnt In her cheeks, when
the nooning came, nnd she of all the
girls had no luncheon to eat! Ohi if any
body should notice it, she thought; and
the studied how .she mi(tht behave that
nobody should know she was so poor.
The hunger in hnr stomach wai not half
ao hard to bear as the fear ' that some
body would know that she had nothing
But. after a few day, poor Katie be.
flan to think that tho ffirla noticed that
be brought uo luucieoa , Then she
thought that perhaps if she, brought
jomothing that looked like one, they
would never think about her eating it.
How she thought it all out I cannot tell,
but if any of you have ever boon in
trouble and tried to think your way out
of it, perhaps vou may remember that
you thought of" some very foolish and
nuoer things, and this waa the way with
Katie. 6he might tie up a few coals in
a paper, she thought, but her; mother
would need every coal to keep up the
fire.1 There were some blocks in one
corner of the small room Tim's block
that Santa Clam bad brought him one
Christmas .two or three winters before.
bue eould uo up some of those in a pa-
tiertor a nmke-beliove lunohfon, and
nobody would know. So she tied uo a
few blocks neatly, and whoa ber mother
noticed It ns sho started for school, and
asked in surprise wh'nf she had in the
paper, the poor child bung ber bead, and
then burat into tears. ,; i ' "
. . "Oh, mamma!" she, sol)boj, 'l'wanted
to make believe that I had somb luncheon
It's only Tim's blocks!" ' i .
For ono moment tle little -mother did
' not understand, and then suddenly It all
came Into her mind how tho pride of
hor child was wounded beoauie aha
ivmid not annear ns t he Other school
child ron din, and that she haxij fixed ur
on that sininle- doviro to tilde, per want.
And how it made her heart ache more
than ever that her. pnr ' little; girl roust
ao hungry! But she would not deprive
'iatle of the poor comfort of, trying td
-, "keep up appearances,'', and per throat
; wai too full of choking lumps' for hei'to
... trust herself to say much.; sosbe smoothv!
d the little girl's hair and wiped away
1 (he tears from her face; and aald brave
Tffft. DAILY ,,CAmQ)i BUjLqyiN:
ly: "Nvvof mind, KatleL, Better dava
will comof Mother foola- iiore- of ill"
And then Katie slipped away with her
little buudle. and the ooor little: Kother
at down and sadly wept . at the hard-
nipa tnat nau ueUUi'B4ior.litue.oJuea. L
When the uoonluir came. Katie sat at
her desk with her luako-bolleve dinner
before her Hor teacher noticed . that
aho kept her aeat; and seeing her lunch
eon, went to ber and aald: ."Why. do
you not go into the Junch-room and qat
your luuehtjon with the other girlar' ai
the .tame time reaohlng out for Katie's
bundle. ;' - ' ' ' 1
Oh, teacher!" cried Katie bursting
into tenrs. "don'ttouch k! nnd oh. teach
er don't tell; please! It' only blocks!"
"Only blocks: Softly Tepeawtr tpe
tencheK and tears rilled her eyes. "Neter
mind. Ratio, J'll not tell the'girW. " You
are a brave and a' dear little girl, and
one of the best in tho Hfclirtnl!" ' !
Poor, poor child! Tho kind words
were like manna to her heart; but, long
ing as the teacher waa give the child
a portion of hut own luncheon; she
would not hurt hor pride by the offer bl
fore others. But durlncr a short session
of tho teachers when aohool waa over,
she related the ' incident, and spoke in
such high terms of praise of the little
girl, that each one resolved to do all
possible to oring "better days'' at onoe
to the boor mother; ' and 'early next
morning the better days began. ' Ko one
touched the brave , little mother'! self
respect by offering her charity, but plen
ty of, work, with good pay,' was tarried
to hor, and cnougn'of bread and milk,
and new shoes, and ,coaV and all other
neecirul thing, soon came to their home
through tho mother industry.1 ' And
Tiiu'a hlocks went back into their cor
ner, to stay there.
- Aivanoa M Jm Peril. ,
"Well, I was .boaliOBt - of , apjendhi
eronlnga engagement, Sunday night,"
aid the cigarette smoking voung man.
the young man with, tba well balanced
mind, if parting his hair in the middle
balances his mind. It waa Monday even
ing, and he waa unburdening hlmsolf to
the drug clerk. " 1
"What was the trouble," aald the
drug clerk, as he took a bottle of per
fumerv and squirted some in his hair.
and on hia vest. "Did - some other fel
low got to the. girl's , houtte ahead of
"o, but I was stood off. xou see, I
went to tho house, and tho soryant let
me in, and I waa seated in the parlor.
My girl camo. in the. room. wiU woe
depicted on. every feature. She stood
with ber head down, bor bands clasped
in front of her ao tight that the blood
stopped circulating in her fingers, and
she seemed utterly crushed, it made
me ftick at heart to look at hor,' and I
knew something dreadful bad happened..
I cot up und started toward ber. to take
her in my arms,, let her head rest on my
bosom, and holp her bear the burden
that was evidently killing her, Iut be
fore I had advanced two steps she held
up her hand and shouted, 'Back, back!
Advance another stco at vonr peril!' I
stopped and tried to find out what waa
tbe matter, but sne would not sneaic.
Finally 1 started for her' agam, but she
hem up her hands again ana saia, uo,
leave me! I am not strong. ' Go, and to
morrow i wui write you an.' weu, i
went. Any gentleman would under tbe
circumstances, and all night I dreamed
that she was dying, and this morning 1
went bv her house to see ti there waa a
crape on the door. I tell you," Pills.
have suffered more in the last eighteen
hours than man ever suffered before.' I
could see her laid out, and the hearse in
front of the house, and everything was
as plain to me as though it actualTy'oc-
enrred. I have shadowed the post office
all dav, and I just got this note, explain
"Good heavens, she is not dead,", said
the drug elerk, aa he poundad some
herbs in a mortar.
"No, she is alive, but . I don't know
what she meant by telling mo she was
not strong, last night. She writes me
that she bad been eating onloiH, for a
cold. That waa the reason she told me
to advance OTie step at my peril. Why
1 could hare discounted tuem onionV
T haA hran rtrlnl-iiiT luwr miH nuttnn
limberg cheese all the afternoon with
the boys, at the poker roomi, and
onions would!! t have made a nrst pay
racnt on mo. juit thins what an even
lng I missed by this" confounded super
stition about onions, llavo a cigarette,
Pills," and, the young ruan with tho
well balanced mind pulled out a caao
and treated bis friend, and they sat and
smoked in silence, until a woman came
in after a bottlo of caator oil.-ftci'a
Ohanges In Texai Cattle Kaising.
The typical cow-boy ia with us almost
a thing of tho past, not simply because
the number of cattle has ao "decteaaed
of late, but the manper of handling
them has undergone a radical change.
Time was when an' owner of 1,600 "or
9,000 bead of cattle would find employ
meat for fifteen, or twenty vaqueroj; nn
der the present system three men can
now perform the functions for which
five times that number were requisite
a few years ago.' 'It waa formerly the
custom upon , our ranouesto "loose
herd" the cattle during the day and to
round thorn up On the "bed-ground" or
pen them in corrals for the night Now
we have iranionae pastures. Inclosed by
jnany miles of . barbed ,wlre fencing, in
which cattle roam at will' by day or
night ! The pasture fences are examin
ed and kertt in renalr bv , men detailod
upon the ranches for . that purpose Ten
.varaago the cattle were driven North
from this State without regard to sex,,
age, or condition. The result was that
Texas was almost drained of breeding
aa.well as of beef cattle, Now there is
pome discretion exercised, and it is the
exception, not tho' rule, for cows and
calves to be driven "up the trail" or to
the shipping centers. .'
. , The, Boston. Journal t offers this word
of timely caution to its citizous advanc
ing In years; "Jumping on and off horse
ears when In wotioit is always danger
,oua,.and a company is not liable for anv
damages you may .sustain. . If. you will
take or leave ' a car when; in rhotlon,
there is a simple rule wMon reduces the
risk to the minimum.. If you take hold
of, the guard on thenar wfth your right
hand, raiso tho , right fodti if you take
hold with Jour left 'hand, raiso tho left
foot.1' If you are over 40, don't try tilth
er plan Make the car stop, it is wrong
oot to do It. .,. . . ,. rf
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY , 1883.
and tteambaet fasieacer. aatat.. Order tut all
klBiUufsieamhaat jph. printing eollelted. Offlce
at Bower's Knropean Uoiel. No. It Ohio letee.
i, H KIVKH ITKMi. -
J The WlllS. llayi arrivd here yeatetday
t 4:30 p, m., she had a good trip and filled
out here; She '.caves early thia moroiog for
e Orleans. If you want to travel south
for pleasure by river tuke tho Hays and
Capt. W. 0. Tichenor in command with
Wash Floyd iu the office will see that you
have every attention iircvuaary to comfort
an luxury., 1
The Jw. W. Oaff from Cincinnati will
report iwe early this morning on hor way
to Memphis. Bee W. F. Lambdin, Paaai n
ger Agent and secure tickets ,
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati is due
t-tUht for New Orleans.
Tba Wyoming from New Orleans ia due
here Thuraday morning for Cincinnati.
Toe popular steamer Vini Hhinkle from
Memphis is flue tbis evening. Capt. M., M .
De m master and Hurry Prowler Ihs charge
of the office. Sea W, F. Liuibilin, PDsaei-
ger Agent, and acure tirketc.
Tbe Hudson from 8hwncetown parsed
up for St. Lnnis last tiilit. She had a gxx)
trip. ' ' '
Tbe B. 8. Rhea fn.m Ninhville ia due
thia evening aod ia advertised lo latve hHie
on h-r rcturu tnp tomorrow morning at 10
The Vickaburg fr'm 8t. lyuna will report
here this evening for Vickshurg.
Tbe City of Providence from Vickshurg
passod' up for 8f. Looia last night with a
big trip. '
Tbe fine ateamer Annie P. 8ilver will re
port 1iere this evening and will receive
freight here for New Orleans. '
How a Woman Lost a Hnsband and Four
Children ft Ouce. - !
"Maggie Kerri?on," said Clerk Cook
in the roljce Court of San Francisco,' as ;
he glanced from a complaint he held ia i
his hand to a middle aged-woman who
occupied a front teat In the prisoners'
dock, "you are charged with bavin'
been drunk in a puoiic place. nat v
your plea to thia charger" i
"All I've got to .aay is that, if what
this officer saya oinken up tho.crinib of
drunkenness then I'm guilty; bnt then
I had good reason to get drunk." I
i "What poHsible r'8ion could you
have had for getting drunk."
,"Troubl, Judge; I lost my husband
and four children all nt once, vv i
"IIow did that happen?", asked the j
Judge in a sympathising, touej "diil
hey all die at 'once?" J
"Die!" nked tho woman, "who said
they wero dsd?" 1 1 1
"I iuferrwl Uiatfrom what you :5d.''
. "No, tbey , are . not dead, but I : lout
them all by, a decree of divome," snid
the woman aa she w'mkvl at Bnl'ift"
Tho Judge ordered the wnmnu to ap-
fear for--sentence, and directed the
lerk to call the next case. ,
Wm. Lademorea, 191 North St., Chicago,
aod aa: UI have used Browo a Irop Bit
tore, and find it to b.t the bext tonic I ever
PACKBT COMWANV'8 I
Pin SiaWht)a4 PaaMngwr Stwamarai
. DiVilrpojii, curfTOiCSrBuauii,
LAoaoaaa. at. pacl ma MiNNXAPdLia.
Bt Pea! Packets fee. St. Lonle a ran Meadayreil
DMd.fudrrld.7,et4p.m. Ouljior A KMkakpeaar
eUiM,. tit. Iiii datly. HandajeeaepUKLMte.m,
Ixrnraloa Tlok.ta et low te to Hi. P.ul Lekw
cbMDMt raau to D.kot. Maot.a. end lluKobe.
rorlllottreted 0ld iloak.MnethlM. wns
aadlreiant nuaua. other lntonn.t Ion. lUlarMe.
"at, ioji ax, Aci.AdKKToa
1 i i i i i i
The to pss.angsr and freight steamy .
Leaves ft. fonts for Cairn ooct each wens I
r, in. Lsaves Cairo tut lit. Um',, and way land
ngi onca sach week 8 a, a. '
Nashville,' Padncah & Cairo Packet
Tb!gBt and p.Utlal itemr,
B. Se I!ELlil-A.e ' ,
.:.'.' i ' '.,
3. B. TYNRH - -.Msstr
B1LLV HltltlTOX ,... Clerk
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losTt. ( alro every Monrtsy at t p. m. for Kssh
vtllej " i : . - ' ' ' '
Nashville, Padncab t Cairo U. 18. Mall
'" Packet.' ! f '
W. H. CHERRY,,
PISK DUKH ...
Leaves this port avsry Wednesday at p.m. frr
Kashvllla. ' ' ' ' l
That smart man averagv. IS.fe to atrperday pro
tt, sell eg tba "Pocket Mniial." Ihamostmsrvul.
Ions little volume ever lesced. Neeitrfl, endorsed
aad pnrchaiert by all clstsee: aotblan In lb book
Uaa ever equal to It. ,. Will prova It or frfit .
CosspieU sample and outfit e . orion pnrtl.
caisra for stamp. Doa't art o agald aUt yoa
leara what la .aid thia book. - had What others
art doing. W. U, TR0lirB0N.1Pabllakar, 401
Arek Btreet, Pkluislphl. 1.T , 'japrMat
. The largest stock and lowest i prices in
CAEriTS OIL CIOTHS,
MATTINGg, LACE CURTAINS,
D RAPE RIE S
AND " "
You find at
F. W. EOSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. ith St., ST. LOUIS,
fw DBOPa applied to the anrtaea will Pntrattothvry Bona,
and almost Inatantly RELIBVI PAIN! It will not Soil Clothlasr,
M... mmwws t.uv wmAU, wi icu.n uimi ccuuig Clirvin ll unT KmU. 1,
haaitOKOALtorthflu-eof RheamAtlsm, Sprrilna, Brniaaa,
NnomlArl, JLaone Back, Cramp, Tooth-Aclia
, Padaala that Liaaba or Id any part oi (he (system
efflcaclona for all pains In tha Stomach And Boweln,
.via is equally emcacions tor au pains in m Btomaen and flowela,
ntqulrtng a powerful diffusive stimulant. See jfrrfU'a Almanae.
Aak your Druggist for ltr- Price
ITepawd only by JACOB S.
SrrMllMaLm TVmaMHar ' IT
TiATvn? mir part
After a Ralnr Hide a lonnfry I'hjsi
1 dan Tells AVhat He Thinks of L ;
"I wlnh to grsrlons soma people would leartt
when they ooed a dKtor and when they don't,"
wteleiined Doctor E , as ba entered hl bonne
,Id a coeej Jiat e TjHa ln ttie luUrlut t the ftrto
of !w York, after a tedious night rtda for'insny
tulles. 1 bare aeoa lbn amonj the monntains to
es a man, who'tha roeeenirr aatd, wai very sk.k,
and not likely to. lira 'till morning, unlets ka had
ttnrardjat4 ke'puad fonud blnv snfferloi: from a
raioer snsrp attitcK or conc.-wnicn bic ratnuy
mlpht hava rallev'tdtn ten initiates, If they had a
grain f sense aad two or threw staple remedies Id
the hon. Bat lo; tliey must remain Unorani a
ptfs, aod when the least acba or psla tek'-s them,
i'Bd for a doctor, whether, they ever pay Mm ur
Wby. Doctor, what kind of simple remedies, ss
you cail them, do you export people to keep In ih-
housef'askad bia.wK. as she eon red bioj aedp
of hot lea.
"lb thia ca," atiswered tb Doctor, !"tf they
bad only pot a BENSON'S C.VPCINK t'OKOCfe
PLASTEHod the town's stotnech. he wonld hse
been all rWbt la an boar, and saved me a dreary
rme. S ' . :
to all ordinary coiaplatntt It curve at once.
All diseases art aVmtnated from (lie nynem hy
whav&f Uh rooghls called expulsion or eauac
ttort, m by a anion "of tho' two procssts. B"n
soo't i'lsater promote both, it Incites fie torpid
organ to act, and sends Its heaMsg, sooihlngin
fiience througiuhs rayrlad p' r,' ot the skin. All
other planers obJUe the patleutj to wait. They
give him hopo ;fjr to-mo ro. Benson' pUndr
give him help to day. WKIcrj It better, do yon
think? Bty tba APCtNK aod keep It In the
b'uoaa. t face 25 eouta. '':' t i
Keahary SiVohnon, Cheml.ta N'cwY. rk.
I CURE FITS!
When 1 say care I do rot mean merely to stop
them, 6r a i'.1 ')in hav them retarn atjain,
Imcana'r,. ',' 'r. ". I hareoiafle the dleeaneof
FITS, lit lt.ti.i Ak or fAt LINQ ICKNK a
life long study. 1 warrant my remedy to cure the
worst, enai'a. Peranse others nsve tolled uo Tvt..
S'iri (rif not now'rvrfMvirig a cifo, ' fend at once fur
a'reat'seandaKree Boitleof tr y Inlalllbl rem
el v. Ulve Kiiirnfs and tost Offloe. It costs yon
finthlag for a trial, Hhd I wi1 enre vou.
Addre-;l . In-. II, K. HOOT.
.'. I ' 'M P(rl w York.'
''i'Jt V' I IWilU, TOOC, iiotjj,
y 7f rovKB.8,p6'orBABY
(,r - URIOHffoct. ruir.
fi Li LTV lCHAPEl OHQUH. Iffl.
Kl "Vj V of Warm ti ted. Addrr 'S
I'll- "T WLT" & Co., U
617 St. Charles Itreat, ST. LOUIS, MO
A rener Orndusl. : of tw medleal
eollert,. has beea luiift-rr enasawd In the tie.t-
Jient of t hroiiio, N.rvous, Hkln ami
Jloo.l ilses.ie than any other physician In
t. Louis, as city paiicrs shew .nil sit old rfst.
. dmte knew, :on'litlo ,i oajosnr hr msll,
free and Invited. A friendly talk of his opinion
orwu nothlnjr. When It Is lnennT.nleutt.1 visit
the elty .or trratinent, ni.lletns can 1 sent
I 'by ms.ir.or expiree evervvher. CnrsOI. eetet
tiihranleed: where doubt entFts It Is frankly
atatod. Call or Write. ,.. ,.. . n . o
, , sTervotti Prostiratioa, Psbillty. Mental anil
Physical Weakness, Mercarial antt other
aJTedtloai ef Throat, Skin and Bone a, Blood
Impnritlss and Blood Poisoniny, Skia Affeo-
i.tiana, Old Sores ard TJicera, Irsrjdlmantj to
" Marrlrts, Bhspmatistn, Piles. Speeial
attantioa to cases from nvor-verked brain.
8CMICAL CASB3 rcoslrs apselal aUant.trm.
Diaaaaas arising from, Impudiaees, tioeaaaa,
, induUjsneH r gipesura. .
It Is slf-rvl'l""t that s physician psylng
rsrtlenlar attention lo scIsm of ea.ee atUlna
l treat skill, snd pli aloiaii In reeular prae lice
all over the country kimwlng thia, frequently
.i, sworuoiend canes te lli opivti i.fflve In America,
where every known spi'llnnce l reeirU'd to,
and the prove-rt imi.awmeiles of all
aa-esend coiiiitrlflH Fe uwrl. A whole house la
used fororllcs inrre, snd sll are treated with
'' skill ta a -fif. 0'l. itinnft and, kuowlng
what to do. no experiments are made. )u ao
eoenf of the aresi nemlvr ,iilylng, the
ehernes are kept ofteu lower than U
' demanded ley l!nrt 11 yon aeeure the ekl'l
and letasneeriv ai d perftct lil cure, that Is
the IniporUal hislt'T. t'aiuplllet,, M pages, .
toot to auy address free.. ,
rrV, i MARRIAGE GUIDE. I P"f..
. ; i Eleaank fltb and silt blrdlat- "eated for lo
cents In PoMnie ni1 hit-ri'ncV. wer fifty wrui-
frriui prw MvmTr., True r, ill. , r(l:i'i,uii
1 SVvllowlug mli(vt. Whomsy nisrry, whonot:
Why f Proiier sue tnmarrr. Who Vnsrry first. ;
aanhood, wnniS'iliin1. I'h leal decay. Who
. should marry. Mnwlia-and hapiihupMinay be '
Inereased.-Thoie-. mmirlul or wttitempletliil
kt.rrvln ahnnlil re.i.l II. ft ousht tone real '
' fry ail adult pervm !) n krt undei kwk and
. , key, Popular edition, samt a .hove.T'et paper .
';,wosa and M aug. 0'V t nw .
A puvvorful prei.ariiiiuu com
posed mostly of Kssentlal Oils
The most rnetmliu: T.lnlment
known. Bo conemtratwl tlitf a
to eta per bottle
UXRRELL, I C
I llie MA W.
i Tur gitv
from monil' g tn merQtnf sort from week (
week T1JK bUJi priu a Outlnaed story of the
IW uf renl mru aud wqmnn, and irf 'kr deed.,
psne. loves, batve.ond thbla,7l'h1s et.ry la
mnri! lum fmlii thai, u Mtiini.ce that was ever
d vlwl., aberl''tloii: ''Aitv (4 page.), by
null, Me. a-mouth,. or S'i BO a year; haapiV a
pagfB), II.JO per year; vfttmxt ( pscrtai.t.at
I. W. K OI.ANO, IMhll-ber, New T rkfilty.
SI pii(! V. VTALiHl,wttli words and
mtHi-. oi .tt onc- and a handsome
I'lacnne frfe to anv addr .son recelnt
i i .f U cents In poetaje sumps "we
v tik as AV .past :9VV eg; fnrr
t Uve.'' wel s soi.g; kChen ifisVKkW
is Do Kol'ilng By." song: t'rifel's LL
b," plaiKu i' I"ltituhn", i Potpnom..
plan. All f p'cres, Si pses. fuil r emslc, post
IreeSOfciii.tiielot. It W. TltlFET.
3ft Srhool htrwel, Btietull. Ws.
AD V K HllshKS by sddrenslnc ((te); pruiTw"
El.Ij it CO., 10 eprnc.e Hi.. New York, caa
lenrn the exnot ot ef any rnpoecd line of adver
tising . Iu. Amcr cn Newspaper.. fJrV10u-page
Psmphlet, itfo. . ; ,r, ,
V E will m Ih, ibmx nnri Im my m vt Llnr Toviplriu1
nytlH. a H. Kimta, li"liUno, t'wtlvtlto. W CMInne,
.usolciirt with Wnl'i V'giBt.1, IJrar 1111., nbn lh ill
lice, tr, iirktlr eompli.4 wtlk. Tlwjr r pud j ,r,i,l, u4
m, (all u tin ttlUlfcrllon. Pr' Ci. Lint lirt.
ui.lus IU pill. M nau, wi .r all drwil.u. B..vi ,r
couurblu u.i ImlUtl.rtli. Tb mi'i nHiu1ur-.l wil kr
JOHM 0. WMt k CO., Ill IM W. Bl., THkh
Vnuul im.1 i.nl lsr ui.il ii-o tci irf.l tut mai,
Health is Wealth!
Da. K. c. Wksts Kwtw. a Rhus Tattt
IIKN r, a fpiarnnleod speoitio for Ilysuria, Diui.
nets. Convulsions, ViU, Narvoua Nenrahiia.
1 Ilendacbu, Neryoua Pfostrntiop eooaed by the uee
ofalcohel or tobacco. Wakefulness, tlenUtl Lie
pmrsiou, Hnftoning of the Drain reealting in iu
sanity and leadina; to misery, decay and death,
I'rornatnro Old Airo, Barrouiiw, Loee of povrer
ia either m, lovolnntary JxwM and rjporraaU
orrhooa cauwd by uvor-exorfjon of tliebnun.aelf
abnae or ovnr-indnionue. Each box contain)
ona month's treatmnnt. $1.00 a box, or six boiee
for fi.0U, sent by mail prpptidou receipt of prior,
MA (it VKAXTEK BIX UOXEM
To film nny rase. With caeh wtrler roceived by as
for six boxes, ucaauipanind wth faM, we wiil
aoml tbepnrcliaserour writteu Bruamatee to re.
fuaj the money if the trcaUdcntdtDuteonet
a our. Giinn'os isjtotxlviilxlqr
, II A 1 1 R Y W; JOIl an.
DpikiU. Cor. Com mere I si av-. A Irttfi ft.. Cairo-.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tba Uowrd OsItsdIc Bbl.14
and Uaenatle AppU
aod Oarnrat. ar. a
nr. tnr N.rvoa.DvbU.
WMtk Bsok. Kld-
Llnr, aud Btoraaoa
plaints, and aread.a.
o Kmixa Rex. lb
very let..t lav
frored, snd ea
from belts sad all
otb.ra, as they
stlds, asa.lnt ae
auea, nor Irrita
tion of the .kla
ma be worn a
work as well aa
rw (inly aotlw
able to rar.
.usee of all
i. of beo.llt. TboM for HEM OKtY at oaoe rwk
tbe aeat of dlsesra, as th.r set dlraet epea Nenrau,
Uuaculsr.and UoneratWe 0.i.tera. eiHWdlly rvatorloe
tb. Ttulltr-dhl.h to ElMtrlsUy dralaad from th.srr
tm br .ichhis or Indisoretloos, they thns In s natarsl
war omraoate the WMkaese wlthoat druastoathe slow
ua, Th.r will cure et.rr oh, short of strnoinral de
.aeeatloe, and we are pievared te fnralsk the mort
Imph.lio and abwlote proof to .upport oar ol.lw.
Ila.tr.uid Pamphlet Froe.or seel eesled for so poetaee.
oarolUtloa I AMIRIOAN OALVANIO CO.
rrsAisnt4f - aiat.eth8t.,at. Louie,-.
Nouroaone, fnow fferva-Llfe, Btrenutrt and
Yl';ui'i la rt poxlttvft restorative for Ilia Lose of
Wa'ily VUor In Tounc, Mlddle-Aged and
OH Hon, no mutter troiu what came. In Mer
vou a Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Bttulnal Weakneaet, and kindred allincufs.
litis bttndard Remedy Is a certain oure.and
to all such sufferers, who s saement ol
tlielr tnmbltw, a quantity eufflolept to.prove IU
virtue wilt be sent lrroe of Owit. Address,
" JONNIONt ANOOYNg LIMMtNT win
aaatltvely preveal tatotsrrlhlsakavaaA v peati
pvelyeurenlne oases eat of tea. laforxaallca tbaa
will awe aiaav sna a
ios a ctk. qoMToa, aaaa. fcrnwri
Ts Mter uiaawVa? a JOff
!. aina. roVmwir a-Ma, fca,
' riatuse' i-vaaanva rauavaaeei
Ail so ?&'il a AT." f "TS?
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