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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Hotleea 111 thl enlilmn. uiirnt ranta lit na
- -, wvu.w
Iratand fivt centa par Una each luluoquen timer
Won. or oue woek, SUeunU perUuit. for out
month, 80 cent per lln
Wibhing to dovote my time itrictly to
commission business I Imvo concluded to
cloBe out my entire etock of grocorioB at
auction. Bule will commonce Monday 14th
inst. 8 o'clock Monday eve. No. 15 Eighth
at. 0. M.Ai.drn.
it Tom Winter, Auctioneer.
$3,000 To Loan.
I have in my hands $3,000 to loan upon
first-class improved real folate.
Piano Fur Halo.
A good second-hand piano at a bargain.
Apply 'to M. It. - Kuhne, at Cairo Opera
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 103 acrea; in Bond county, Ills.,
2 miles from railroad atntion. ...
E. A. BunnErr.
The Union Bakery.
At The Union Bakery may be found the
beat and cheapest broad and cake, or any
other articles in that line.
Call at Mrs. 8. Williamson', on Sev
enth street near Commercial avenue, and
have your old hats ahaped and made over
in the latent style for the small sum of
twenty flvecenta. tt
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. V. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUckmitbin and wagon work
dope to order. Ik-pairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Ice, Wood and Kimllnig.
Northerp Like Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, t4 per conl, and
kindling per load, at Jacob Rice's.
Leaveorders at City Brewery. tf
Tun Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind.,says: "Both myself and wifo owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
If you need any Carpets, Lace Curtaina
and Window Shades it wiil be to your in
terest to call on F. W. Kobenttial & Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
"Dr. Lindscy's Blood Searcher," by puri
fying the system, softens the skin and beau
tifies the complexion. Just try it.
A cure at last for Cuttarrh. The evidence
is overwhelming that Elys' Cream Balm
goea more directly than any other to the
seat of the disease, and has resulted in more
cures within the range of our observation,
than all other remedies. Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
Tub United Btates government are
using large numbers of the improved Howe
Scales. Borden, Srllcck h Co., Agents,
Unicagn, in. (2;
Work Given Out. On rocoipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to (7 evenings, at your
home;.Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
i'ulton Street, flew York.
See a woman in another column near
Bpeer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Upper's Port Grapo wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalid, weakly
persons and the aired. Sold by druggists
N. Swaostrom, 103 V. Indiana St., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters afforded me great
relief when suffering from dyspepsia."
Free oi Coat.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Harry
W. Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what s regular dollar-Bize bottle will do. (1)
Akkv'ou made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, DizzinesB, Loss of Appetite
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi
tve cure. (10)
1 hava a no.tttva rmtjr for lit abort dlsea; by It
thoiuind. or ca of th. worst kind and of long
tundlngtiavebMn rurad. lnitfui.aoBtronali my faltQ
m IK aiflcwr, lli.l I will ten.) TWO ROTTI.KS VREK. to
other with ViU'ABI.l THBATISBon Ihta dlHw, W
ay uffvnr, OlTaKxprnnandl'. o. ddrnM.
BK T. A. ULOCUH. M I'vui til.. New Turk.
J-m 111. IKCE,
Manufacturer and Doalor In
6th Btreok, between Com'l Aw, a.id Loveo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMPNITION.
Was Repaired. All Kinds oi Kova Mado. '
HALLWAY BROTHERS '
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
' Proprietor ' '
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlffheit Cub Price Paid for Wheat.
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1883.
This beautiful refuge from' summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open. Three
never-failing Springs of coldest water whose
medical qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use, tho
waters of each of a different kind, servo a
different purpose in bringing strength to
tho feeble and health to the sick. These
Springl are in a mountain valley whose
sides are of pnrpeudiculur ctilft, a hundred
feet high, jutting out here and there in
fantastic shapes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths arc a continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN ARTIFICIAL LAKE
foe boatiugy and- fishing lias been added
to tho natural scenery, bound on one side
by cliffs at who.se base the water reaclu'S a
depth of ten to fifteen feot and tho other is
a gradual slope from the hit la, the whole
covering several acres of ground.
"No. 1" tho "Iron Spring" has properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria.
"No. 2" the"Magnesia,"isa never -failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
the best service as a wash for eruptions or
disease of tho skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly rcnova-
ted;thebedB are furnished with mattresses
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is large and airy and tho
kitchen is in charge of a first-class steam
boat cook all, forth summer, at 8 00 per
week; children under 13 years, second or
separate table, half price.
' Parlies from Cairo can take an early
breakfast at home or at Vienna and arrive
at the Springs in time for dinner; fare
across by hack 75 cents or by private con
veyance for three or more 73cts. to $100,
trunks extra. J. E. Lemeu, Prop.
P. O. Allen Springs, III.
The Mound City Patriot denies that
Mound City has ever been backward In
making preparations for the celebration of
Memorial Day and that such celebration
has never turned out to be a spree. The Pa
triots memory is very defective, but proba
bly only with reference to matters not com
pliinentary to Mound City. The Bulletin
insists that upon several occasions the
speaker had not been secured three days
before the celebration and that also upon
several occasions the celebration turnod out
to !m an ill-managed spree in the fullest
sense of the term ; and for proof of theso
things we refer the Patriot to its own files
But we do not wish to discourage the gen
Clemen having tho matter in charge this
year, and hope aud lielitve that they will
see that the celebration is entirely appropri
ate to the occasion.
WHAT IS TO BE WOEN.
A Prophecy as to the Costumes of the Com
The ppirit of prophecy meanwhile
comes upon me, says Clara Belle. My
forecast is about half guessing and the
l I M . .a . 1 II . I 1 I
oiner nan is preiiy somuv Diiseu on in
formation gained from tho fashion de
signers. I shall undertake to foretell,
to some extent, what will be worn of a
novel character next summer. One kind
of toilet will be a culmination of tho
Maria Antoinette style. The skirt is cut
round aud is plaited all nround the
waist Its lower extremity rests upon
a false skirt ending In a close mass of
plaits, the body ends in rounded points
and opens in "order to allow the milky
white folds of a muslin liehu to contrast
with tho whitcuoss of tho neck ami
breast A liehu of lace is either care
lessly tied in front ' in a loose knot, or
clso two long ends are nllowed to hang
down on either side of the hips, forming
two rounded punier; arid tied behind
over the skirt, which is sometimes gath
ered into a verv voluminous purl'. Th
goods preferred for costumes of this
'...I . ...Ml I !ll ...... . . a i !
si iu iu ne incrveiiieiix sunns or piain
colors for the lower skirt and brocaded
stulVs of neutral tints for the uimer skirt
and tho body. Sometimes tins upper
skirt will he cut opeu on each sido bo
low the hips so as to make room for a
panneau or slashing of satin, plaited in
tho same manner as ruches. 1 his style,
owing to its straight lines and elegance,
will bo most suitable to tall and stately
Sersons, and it harmonizes with a welf
evelopod bust. Flat-breasted anil narrow-hipped
creatures will prefer the
C'nmargo costume, a very simple, trille,
w hich will be the nigo next Mimnicv.
This is a round skirtof heavy brociitollo,
with a rough ground, the colors being
roseda, electrio blue, brass, etc., nud
covered with Implied llowers, with
birds or witli largo shaded dots. This
skirt also rests on a seeoud skirt of light
silk, ending with a ooutllo of satin, or
a mass of narrow plaits, alsoln aheavier
satin of the same shade as the ground of
the broeatello. Tho points of tho body
disappear ill tho boiill'antes of a round
panler of changing sural), the shade of
which matches the general shndo adopt
ed for tho costume. The wido opening
of the body Is trimmed with a flitted
chemisette made out of tho samo surah,
ou which tho body closes by means of
lapuls of satin or velvet, forming a knot
ou tho left side.
Tho publishers of a German novo)
recently did a neat thing In the way o)
advertising. J hey caused to no Insert
ed in most of tho nowsnaoers a notlei
to the ell'eet that a certain nobleman oi
wealth and high ' position, desirous oi
finding a wifo, warned ono who rn
' sembled the hcrolnn in the novel named
Thereupon every marriagoablo wotuar
who saw tho notice notignt ine dook it
order to see what tho iieromo waa like
aud tho work hud a largo stilo.
CAIRO ' BULLETIN;"
. , . u. lining ...v. vw ... ... iv ..v w..w
and ateamhoat paaaenwr ai(nt. Orders for all
Iff V ' .untitw p, ... Aifltft nl l1!!! till, I B4,W
nun oi iieamooai jon priming aouciiea. uiuca
at Howor' European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
The Arkansis City from Vicksburg ar
rived here last night and discharged 400
bales of cotton, then deowtcd for St.
The Hudson from Shawaeetowu passed
up for St. Louis last night with a good
The mammoth ton, Joe Williams passed
here yesterday morning with 38 coal flat
barges, etc., which is the largest tow that
has passed Cairo for man years.
The Cons Millar from Cincinnati is due
this morning for Memphis. Capt. Moore
commands. The Millar is reliablo and
her accommodations aro good. Bee W. F.
Lambdio, Pusscngcr Agent and secure
The Andy Baum from Memphis will ar
rive this morning on her way to Cincinnati,
W. F. Lambdin, Passenger Agent, office
on Gtli street, between Commercial avenue
anil Ohio levee.
Tho Thos. Sherlock from Cincinnati will
receive freight hero to day for New Orleans
and way points. She leaves this evening.
Tho B. R. Springer is due to-night for
The B. 8. Khea from Nashville is due
this evening. She leaves hero at 10 a. m.
to-morrow on her return trip.
The Ella Kimbrough will leavo this
morning for Paducah with a large party of
excurfcionists of this city, who will no
doubt have a delightful trip to the Plain
City ami return to-night.
The Belle Memphis left St. Louis last
evening and is due to-night tor Vicksburi?.
The little folks bail a nice time over in
Kentucky yesterday. They wero accom
panied by their parents and friends of the
city. The Three states lett here witn
them about 8 a. m. yesterday, and returned
at 7 p. m. There must have been fully
200 in the party, and, judging from the
happy facts of all, speutthe day pleasantly
The John A. Scudder, from St. Louis,
is due to-night for New Orleans, but will
hardly leave hero before Monday afternoon
His Pa an Orangeman,
Peck's bad boy thus explained to the
grocery man how aud why his pa drove
Elm from home:
"O, it was on account of St. Patrick's
Day," said tho small boy as he bit off
half a pouud of maple sugar, and dried
his tears. "You see, pa never sees ma
buy a new silk handkerchief, but he
wants it. 'Tother day ma got ono of
these orange-colored handkerchiefs, and
ta immediately had a soro throat and
he wanted to wear it, and ma let hiru
put it on. I thought I would break him
of taking everything nice that ma got,
so when ho went down with the orange
handkerchief on his neck, I told some of
the St. Patrick boys in the Third ward,
who had green ribbons on, that tho old
duffer that, was putting on style was an
Orangeman and he said ho could whip
any St. Patrick's Day iuan in town.
Tho fellers laid for pa, and when he
came along ouo of them throw a barrel at
ia, and another pulled the yellow hand
kerehWotV his neck, and they all yelled
'hang him,' aud one grabbed a rope that
was on the sidewalk where they wero
moving a building, and pa got up and
dusteiiT You'd a died to see pa run.
Ho met a policeman and said more' a a
hundred men had tried to murder him,
and they had mauled him and stolen his
yellow handkerchief. The policeman
told pa his life was not safe, and he had
Is-tter go homo and lock himself in, and
ho did, and I was tolling ma how I got
the boys to scare pa, and he heard it,
and lie said that settled it. ' He said I
liad caused him to run more foot races
than any champion pedestrian, and had
made his life unbearable, aud now I
must go it alone. Now I want you to
send a couple of pounds of crackers over
to the house, anil have your boy tell the
hired girl that I have gone down to tho
river to drown myself, and she will tell
pa, and pretty soon you will' sen a bald
headed pussy man whooping it up
towards tho river with a ropo. They
may think, at times, that 1 aui a littlo
tough, but when it comes to parting for
ever, they weaken."
Pacts Worth Knowing.
That salt fish arn quickest and best
freshened by soaking in sour milk.
: That coh( rain water and soap will
remove machine grease from washable
That lish may bo sealed much easiei
by first dipping them into boiling watot
for a minute.
, That fresh meat, beginning to sour,
will sweeten if placed out of doors In
the cool air over night.
That milk which has changed may he
sweetened or rendered til for uso again
by stirring In a little noda.
That boiling starch Is much Improved
by the addition of sperm, or salt, oi
both, or a little gum arable, dissolved.
That a tablespootiful of turpentine
boiled with your wlilto clothes will
greatly aid the whitening jiroeess.
That koroseuo will soften hools and
shoes that have been hardened by wa
ter, and will render them pliable ns new.
That clear boiling wnter will removt
. tea-stains; pour tho water through tlit
stain, nud thus prevent iu spreading
over tho fabric.
That salt will cttrdlu' new milk,
lieneo, In preparing milk porridge, gra
Vies, etc., tho salt .should not be added
until tho dish Is prepared, , ,
That kerosene will make your too
kettlo as bright ns new. Saturate I
woolen rng and rub with Itv 1 It will al
so remove stains from the clean var
nlshi'd furniture.- UaWf Journal oi
Land on Wall street, New York, I
worth $16,000,000 an aero; on Broad
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY;
THE GREAT GERMAN
I i illVM anrt curt
II .4 KACIIK,
II r.An.K H fi, TOOTHACHE,
III UN, N Al.lkN,
And all oilier lui'lily wlita
unil mil m.
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Si. Ul hy nil Dnif'.'l't ami
IiihIok. JiiriM'liuiiit In 11
The Charles A. Vogclcr Co.
iv,m..i. 'o A TKItl.r.R t CO.)
Ilitlliuiorr, Mil., U.N.A.
K rosiTIVK CURB
Catarrh and Hay
H KV KU.
Agrirulile to I
( HI II IN THK IIKAII.
Hl'rillm ll" 4 IIPllt'ilfM.
nr any k'lul (if mucin
intl'jmc.l and miikIi
Durl'arva. A urt.'pnra
tlon of ti ii (I m li t t!(t
iiinrlt. Apply hy the
!llllo fl.tg'T Hit I thr
IIIH-trll It Kill l,t
it HlllllC I, ( Hi I t dill
ikxiii:ik of lalarilia1
vlr I, ranHlnK healthy .(rcl mm. It allay in
fl.immuti'iii, p'utiictK ilic niu'ii'iran il llnim; of the
tieail (rum adillllori'il colli, i niniilotnty lu a the
lie and ruMlorc II. u mmihh of tuciii mid nn.uil.
Bcn. flcial result arv rimll. (I hy a lew applica
tion. A TIIUKOCCill THKA'I MI.NT WI LI. Cl ltKI
I'mim Hilin ha nl n i nn xnvlahlu ii'iutiillon
whcri vur known ; d ixplai.ini; nil other ; rvpnmlioii.
Siind for elrrii'ar coiil i1"liii! full lnlormailoii ami
reliable, tiwtlmoiilnl. Il in nil, pri'iiniil, SO ci-nl
a uackaii" Hianip ri-'.civorl. hold liy all wliolc
bIb unil retail tl'iipKt.
Kl.Y'WCHKA.M HALM CO.. Owvjro, N. Y.
A Nn anil uoniplotu ll'itol, frontinit on I.' ve
.Second nud Hallroad ritrcct.
Tim t'an(inKir Di'iiot nl tho t'hlcajto, St. I.oiilf
and jew (irlean: Illlnoi" Central: wainnh. M
Loul and Pacltlc; lion Mountain and Hnntuum,
Wolitie and Ulilu; (air' and St. l.oiuo KiillM'ayv
are all JiihI aero tho in tit: while tho titcamboai
l.aiininii l lint onn ijimro (liaiauif
Till Hotel I heated ty sleam, haa ateam
Lanndrv. Ilydrai.iic Klvalor, Kluctrk Cull Bell
Antomatic Klru-Alarm. Hatha, absolutely pure air
Dorleel vmrat!e and uimnlvUi aiitiolntninnl.
Kutivrli (iirniililii!i purfucl aurvlco; ami an un
oxc Ik Utile.
j. V. 1'AHKKIt At C!O..IiHOa
Do you want a pure. Wooin
Ins Comnlexloii f If SO, a
few nnplications of Hasan's
MAGNOLIA liALl ivill grat
ify yon to your heart's con
tent. It does invay with Sal
lowness, JJedness, Timples,
tlot(-hes,flnl alt diseases anil
iniperi'ei't ions oft ho skin. Jt
of Jieat, fntiuo and ex
fltement. It niukes a lady of
Til ill! Y appear but TWEN
TY ; and so nut nral, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that it is Impossible to detect
T.LOUIS AST. PAU
Fina Sitia-Wheel PnaenKr Steamers
B"twecn ST. LOUTS, HANNIBAL. QUINOT.
iiJIOKl'K, JWRMIOTON, ROCK fsi.AND.
IiAVKNI'OttT. CUNXON. Dt'HUUUB, '
LACKOaSK. 8r. FADL and MINNKAVdLIS.
hi. I'mil l''-knt lenvn Ht. Louis mrorv Mondnr, WbiI
nnlniiod rrli,, at 4 p.m. Qulney A Kmikuk Paek
eiliv(iHU iinl dully, HundiiroioxptiHl.iitip.in,
KxiiirlonTloketaiiUow rata to Ht.,ViiI. I.uku
Mlnnolonk and nil NnrthnraHiiinraHr liwmrtn. IMmoi
(inilrli'iilKntrinitaU Unkolii.Miinliinaand Mnnllolia.
and frolKlii rntra,andotharnVnrnintlnn, n'di1
rnr iiiimirniq kiiiiih Hih.h, tlin taOlM. piwouHr
ij.Y iir.nun muni iniiiimiiiiiin. iiniinn,!,.
BT. LOU 18 BT. PAUL PACK KT Od.
Vi hiirfbont lout of Ollr Ut4
01. liUUIH. SUh
NaNlivill ratlucah &, Cairo l'lukel
The uU'Knnt and piilnlliil lciiiier
J3. S. IlI-IlilA.,
J. B.TYNI5H Miial.tr
IIILI.Y UUBTON Work
Luavo Cairo uvary Momluy it.4 p. m. for Nnnlc
Nashville, Paducalift Cairo U. S. Mail
V. II. CHEltltV,
HNK DUK8 Manor
JOLLY U AHD),.M.t..t ,.,. .,,M.M.HM.CIfrk.
Leavoi thli port ftvory Wadnuiday at 4 p. m. for
! tuHiimn,airanmamiiat' i
I hi! r mmiiBHHirw
I I ijjijllliniuHMuuwiiill'i;
w.?ir 7 vi--s vtaa-i ii i. j
The largest stock and lowest prices in
MATTING Sr , LACE " CUHTAINS,
You find at
F. W. ROS JNTI IA.,
410 & 412 N. J tli vSt., ST. LOUIS.
pew DROPS applied to tho surUrn
itna ainiosi instantly relieve
iiui uuuuiur iuq D&iiii vi icitvir ,i , ee.iiim t:iieuui in any Kind. 11
Iimno KQiiAi.tortlm Cnroof Rhenmatlsm. Sprains. Brnlawa.
A I .u. di.jm nH iAn..A .1
Stiff Jolnta, Neoralgl, Lame Back, Cramp Tooth-Aoh.
Sore Throat, Fains in the Limba nrluany part u( tho System
mid la equally clllcacions (or all pains In the Stomach and Bowela
reiiulrtnir a iiowcrful diltuslvo stimulant. Hce MTrrto-iMmniiac.
Ask your Druggist for It. Trice 5o
ITeparcd only by JACOB S. MERRELL. Ill
NKW A RV EK Tli 8M KN'l'S
, . ..' 4 -, t -
l I'j .. i r t. ,. . ... .
rtiu-r n Mimy nmc n f tnuiu'V J livsi-
fian Tolls What He Thinks of
Sonic, IVoplo, -
"I winli to Rrucloua aomu petiplo would learn
wlien tUey uccd a doctor and wlien tliey d-m't,"
exclaimed Doctof Bt ; , la be tntortid. til lumn)
loacomiylltt; villaueln tliu inlurliir of lliu Mil Id
of New York, after a tudmua, tittlit rldu for many
mllea, I have Been down amon the nioiiljlalin to
aeu a man, who tliu moaaonnr aaid, waa very sick,
and not likely 'olive 'ill morning, aD; ke tiud
Immedlitt4 help; aud ftmnd hi iu aufferiuc frotn a
rntner ahurp attack of colic, which hi f.nnily
ni!j;lit have reiieved In ten tnlnnte, if they had a
grain of aenc and two or threu sin pie remedies in
tlicliouno. lint no; they must remain Uiioraul
pips, aud when the leait aclia or pain takta them,
end for a doctor, whether they tvor pay him or
not." ' ... ,. , .;
"Why, Doctor, what kind of utmpli: remedied, aa
yoo cat) them, do yon tapuot pMipiq lo keep In the
holme?" inked hi wile, as' alio' poured him a cup
of hot lea, :, ; , , k . ,
"luthli cace," anawercd the Doctor, "If they
had only put a HENSoN'S CAPC1NK rOHOl'ti
l'L-i l Ulliiu tho mau'a atoinaclt, he would have
bees all rUht in an hour, and paved mu a dr try
rldu." .; ,, . , t I,
Iu all ordinary complaint It cure at onco.
All diseaaca ara eliminated from tho ayniom liy
what maybe rouiblr talltd tipuhinn or cjlrac
Hon, or by a iiulon of tho two procea(H. Hun
ana e riuntur promote both. It Incite the lorjild
oriiane to uct.aod aenda iu healing, ootliins hi
ll'ieucu through the myriad liore of (ho ekln, All
other plateri obllae the patient to wait. 'Jhcy
Klvuhlm hope for to morrow. Uuutou'a planter
(ive him hlp today. Which I better, do you
think? Day tbu CAPC1NK and knap It In tlitt
holme. Trice 25 cent. .' a
teabury& Joliueon.t litfiiilKls. Nevy Y rk,
I CUTtti! mTS!
When I ay rare I do not inean merely lo atop
them for time and then have thorn return atfam,
I mi-Hii n ii !,.. ire. I have mude the dixeaneof
kits, i;.n.iii. v or falling kicks ksh
llfe lonu study. I wa'rnnt my remedy to cure tliu
worst caei. Keratiao nthera have failed In no n n
nn for not now mculvliii; n cure, Send utonco fur
a treitiao and a Krpo Hoitl(nl my infnlllble rem
udv. Giv Kxvivks aud I'oat Ofllce. ltconlayon
uothlnK for a trial, and 1 wnl cure you.
Addrei ' Dr. II. K. KOOT.
m IVarl Ht., New York.
Tf- 'VROSEWboo 5l
with pToor., licxiK,
tl fnli .1
CHPEL ORGAN. $70.
rTcKtNrm fs On., 1!)
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0. :
A iirulir fjimluiii of two tnedlenl
Kith Hi ;, li.u neon tmicer cniriured In the lient
Inenl .1 ( 'litoiid', Ni'i voiio, Mini flitil
lllni. i.ii .( i j thiol any other jilivi leliiti lii
H, I.IIUII, IW C 1 1 V i'l" kU. llll.l , lil.l II .
dent knnw. ( (iiiHiilimloa .. I nilleeiir br mall.'
free nud Invited. A n ieiidlv tnlk or IiIk oplulm!
CO"tH lint III n. When II IslliiuilivenliiHl tovhlt
the i'Hv r tri iiliiieiil, lui'dleiiii H run lie nenl
liy mall or expr cvervwher.' Curuldi1 (
V'liiiritiili i'il ; where dniihl. i-.Ikh il 1 frankly
Mntfd. Cull or W rite. .
' Nnrvfltu ProntTatioa, Duhility,MiinUl and ,
rhysinal WaaktuiM,Mrcurial and other
affection! of Throat, Skin and Bonoa, Blood
Imimritim and Blood PoiaoninsJ3kin Affnn- '
tiona, Old Soroi ariJJlonrii, ImpadimanU to
MarriB. Rhaurhatiirn, Pil. Special
attention to oaaee from ovur-worlmd brain.
SUEOICAIi CASES lvo spocial attention. '
Diaeasea ariaing from Imprudencea, Exoobm
Indulgoafoa or Eipoaurea. ' ' ' '
It la anir.arldeiit i Hint a phyMnliu p.yln .
pnrllciilar attention In aeliisn ofrnHiH nltnlns
ureal hklll, and phvMelan In reiruUr prae.tlea .
all over llm coiinlrv knowlmi tlil, IVei itly
recoiillllf ml rami In til oldenl MUce in A lin-lii'il
whern nverv known iiillaiieii h rewirled lo,
and thr nrov(l Kdndr.iiiBdl of all
aire and eiHiiili le are lined. A whole Iioiih In
uwl for otlle purime., and ll are trealrd Willi
klll In a resieetrnl niiiniieri ami, kimwIiiK
what lo do. noenpfiluienl are made. nan.
count of Ilia areat iiuiulH'r Hi'i'lylnu. the
charire ar kept low, oflni lower than U ,
demanded hy oilier If (u eenre the klll
and Betateeily and ported 111., eurc that la ,(
III important nmller. i'aiuplilet, U piiKi'k,
avul lo any addrena, fren. ... ,t ,
p ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, I A,'
Elcunnt cJi.tT) and ullt tiliidlni, Kmlcd for SO '
cent In pot4U or enrrency. over llfty won ,
iterfnl pen picture, true lo llfn, artleleann thtr
Mlowlnir MihJvcU. M'hoinay marry, who not;
why! l'nnMtttMiarm'i'Wh( marry llrC
Slanhood, W oiumihnnil. riiyli-l decav. Who
olinnlil inui v. klow III aiMl hannlnOK mav bo .
iin rraneil, TlmMi married nr cmitiiniiiliitliill
nirrlim ahould read. It. It onh t l.br rsnd
y all adult iernn. men kept under mea ami
ey.i IVniularndllton, m a liov. but pif .
tover and W pagaa, at cuU by mail, iu weuu
W H ITT I EB
A imwei'liil lirepuiitlidli com-
immc(1 niiistly of Essential Oils
i no most nr-nrd. ratlntr J.inlmem
known. Ho concPiitratod that a
will Penetrntetothsverv Bona.
pain: it will not Soil Ciothina-
; II.. IT . . I L. I
cts per bottle f
I. but reuilara.1
In iTry Vliliwa and
A Manvlnu Sueotim t
A 1 Oc. Hmoka for 3c.
(AfraottT - advarllaUi ..
Rmattor tn. On pruUl '
I anved to the retailer.
Vor 'i5c. we will aend
rjfcOs- to any smoker In ha ,
Ua,ptntplii,aampk;, CHT.CK IOAHH.
MCIIM M. KllAQ. ludlaattpoiks lad.
TJIE; S.1J N
J r ONE MILLION
; A' WEEKj !'
lie, ided opinion p(preod In lauunane that can
be. unilur-tood; l e o'li t-t t, lul et and nui't ac
cutat intnlllip nom f wbttrver tut hi wide world ta
worth alle lion ITim't i what ev -rveody I nrrf
to find In any edit o.j of Til K SUN. hnncrl'tlnn:
I'auv ( I ii""l, b mall, Mc a nionlh, or lii.5'1
a ycai ; .sundav i iuiiiei, H.a) ner year: VYmkly
(8 pHii, fl.Ki per year.
I. W. K - (il.A Nil. I'r
uhllher, New Y rk Oily.
Iinnlicuy, rridnt of anv
' State. IleMerflnn. Nun Hnnnna.
aeplleation. (..ruiimn. . W. H..LEE, Att'y, S)9
Hr. dwai M:Y.'- i ' ' ' . ,
; ; .. , .,...,
VrT. will pnv ti 6ofrwird forsny tun rtf Ur rnmplslDV1
IH pkla, U'-k H-silrwh. Itultcfttlot), Cottaliimtlun or Cmtlvviltai, '
wuiiutcuf- with Wvti'i Vrii.Ml.t .ir when tk dirts-
tlimisiv nrktly GiHiilitMl with. Tht-ysr urly vcKdstil, snd
Ufrftil lr ivs MltUill'n. Pncr l ostrtl. ,tv Ixura.i-ott-Uuvst
H"t i.lllsW rmla. Yvr mi ,y 11 dnicnltU. Uwrt of
eounwMu aitil luiltt.iti. Tin (r-nutns ninnufsrtured only by
JUtlH C, W KST A CO., 1N A M V. U.ltM.n ht., Oh(c,
Vrwt Ink) i.ri(.aftf wnt ly ui4il j if-itiuu nctiiiiuft i muIiuup
Health. is Wealth!
, Dit K ('. Wjwt's Nekt and Bbajm Tiieat.
imknt, a KiiHrHiitomi atMioirio for Hysteria, Dizzu
nra, ('onviilnioiiH, 1'ita, Nervous Ncuruliiia,
lleniliiohfl, Norvoua rroHtnition Cttltscd liy the una
ofHli'iilil or tulmcco, WukeftilnHm, Alentul l)o
imiNHion, HoftniiinK of tho Hruin renuJlinif in in-
. Kiinity iiiul IkikUhh to misery, decay and ileath,
rremntr.ro Old Ako, Itnrretinc, J.oa of power
in niftier nnx, Involuntary Losm nnd Spermnt.
.orrhdrH ennaed byoveMXortiou of the brain, aolf
nlium) or ovor-iiiiliilcenuti. Knoll box contains
me month', front mnnU ' Jl.Wa Ixix.or six boxoa
fur $r.(m, Kont byninil prcptidon receipt of price.
H'r! ;l'Alt.lTKE NIX ltOXF.H
To cure any cum. With each order rnooived by aa
fur mi Imxe. uccotnpHiiicd with Will, wo will
wnil tho purehiirfer our written uuaranteo to re.
fund tlie money if tho treatniont does not ofleul
aonro. Ciiiiinui'iea iBHuedonlyliy i ,
ji ai my w. soiiuii,
I'miiulm. Cor. ('ommerc.lnl ave. A IHih at., Cairo,
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Th Howard (llrnnloHhlld
Hniletirnthnr r.leetro (!
vnl(tand Mittlo Api'h.
nnriHnd (lHrmnt ar h
It r. riirlyl, Khiimtlni
nl Vital Knrr, Ovnrwork
cd llrnln, WbiiV llwk, Kld
ny, I.ivar, nd Htnntch
eomplulnt. ami aremliipt-
vrjr iHtiot Ira.
lirovMl. nnd n
from hnlt nod nil
utlir. a t.hy
lu'liln, cnx.liig no
orM, nr Irrita
tion nfth klD
en ba worn at
work mm well n
atiln to WMHrvr.
tHK ol all
dlH - wham
I of lieaetlt. TIioihi fur MEN ONLY l one rch
tlm mini, ol iIIkmiiwi. ii. tiny cei dlract nima Karma.
MiiK-iiUr.unil (iennrulW. (t.ntr, biimmIIIt rtonai(
llw vltnlity-whli'li I KltKitrl.iUy-dnilnHd fromth
lorn by miwi or Indlanratlon. thy thu In a natiiruf '
way nveroomn th. w.knM witbnit driiuilna th Horn-.
oh. They will run ry ohim hort oliitnietnral do-'-KHnrtlou,
nd w ara iriirod to furnlnh th mnt
emi'hutlo and nhmlnta proof M anpiNirt our claim.
iioKiritioii i iiiiii.nioi r,nr sent mhMmi lor Be HitM,
rre a Invited f
AMCNIOAN OALVANIO OO.
a I 2 N. Bth St., St. toula.M
N.iuvoaono, (now Nervo-Mfo, Klrcnttlh anil
Vluorl 1-4 it pnr,ilho reatoritltvo for the Loa of
M.tnly ViROv In Younir, Mlddlrt-Affed nd
Old Men, no mailer from w hot can. in Nr
votm Dtdillitv, Exhauatlon, Impotanoy.
Ucinlnat Waaknnaa, and kindred ailnienla.
IliN ttiudurd Remedy I a certain onra.and
to nil Mich mincrera, who apnd a atateineiit of
tholrtroubli, auiiiuitliysiinioiciit to prove ita
vlftuo wlllha ctif FrofOot. AndrfH,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL COj.
P. O. Boa 2404. It. Loulai MO.
JOHNSON'S ANODVNI LINIMINT U1
IKMltlnly prevnit thli terrlbl dlniai, and will poak
UTlyeurnln eaiwi nn of ten. InformaMen WuM
will nn aiauy livra, nt frwi by malL Pvn't ileUy a
ntcMnent. PMrrnt ion la hettnruuui oul. t A JOH
ON A OX, HOKTON, NAttN., (omwrly lUawa, Ha.
tr raaauwr maU1IT yillaiaB.iai
e A t- i.j
t 'v n