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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Sotieae In this column, tigui cwu per tin tor
rat end It miU per Una each abteonent Inser
tion. Kor one week, 80 cent per line. JTor out
booth, SO cent per line
ana boanl on Washington avenue, between
Nioth and TeotU ttrcuU, at reasonable
rates. Mrs. Cuhhbt.
Piano For Rale.
A good second -bond piano at a bargain.
Apply to M. It. Kuline, at Cairo Opera
Call at Mrs. 8. WilJianuon'i, on Bev
entb street near Commercial avenue, and
have your old tints aliaped and made over
in the latest style for the small sum of
tweqty five cents. tt
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing nbop haa boeo open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth afreet. All
manner of blackamittJing and wagon work
dooe to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice GOc. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, 14 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klco's.
Leave orders at City Hrewery. tf
"Hackuutack," a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 60 cents. 13
Ye afflicted why suffer longer from Ca
tarrh, Hay Fever and Cold In Head when a
sure euro cq bo had in E'ys' Cream Balm?
Price 00 ccdU.
Apply into nostrils with little Soger.
Hope for Drunkard.
My husband had drunken habits he
could not overcome until Parker's Oinger
Tonic took away his thirst for stimulants,
restored his energy of mind and save him
strength to attend to business. Cincinnati
If you need any Carpets, Lsce Curtains
and Window Sliadts it will be to your in
terest to call no P. W. Rosenthal A Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4,tb st. St. Louis.
A Yexpu Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply uring Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Olds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. 8chuh'a
drug store. (2)
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Ilarry W.
Wm. Pohe, 787 Helnncman 8t. Chicago,
ays: "Brown's Iron Bitters restored my
strength after suffering from inflammation
of the lungs.1
Sek a woman in another column near
Speer's Vin'-yards, picking grapes from
which Spar's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the nse of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Bold by druggists.
8 mum's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
I have been a sufferer for years with Ca
tarrh, and under a physcian's treatment for
over a year. Elys' Cream Balm gave me
immediate relief. I believe I am entirely
cured. O. 3. Davis, First National Bank,
Elizabeth, N. J.
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
for the season. Three never-failing
8prings of coldest water whose medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual nse, the
waters of each of a ..different kind, serve a
' different purpose in bringing strength to
the teeble and heilth to tho sick. TIicbc
Bprings are in a mountain valley whose
aides are of purpendicular cliffy a hundred
feet high, juttinjr out hre and there in
fantastic eliapua resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which una fnnrota tn lirrvime wiiarv.
"-"-w ( .
AN ARTIFICIAL LA Kit
for boating and fishing- has been added
to tho natural scenery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whoso base the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
ft gradual slope from the hills, the whole
covering severalcrcs of ground.
"No. 1" tho ''Iron Spring"has properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonio and is almost
ft specific for malaria.
remedy for dyspepsia, and fiver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
41, l.., ....... I I. i !
uu vuoi ovitiiju its it Witt) II lur eiupiitini or
disoasu of tho skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly rcnova
tod: tho beds are furnished with mattrosacs
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is large and airy and the
kitchen is in chargo of a first-class steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at $8 00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
separate table, balf price.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
breakfast at home or at Vionna and arrive
at the Springs in time for dinner; fate
across by hack 75 cents or by private con
veyance for three or more 7 Sets, to $1 00,
, kunks extra. , J. E. Lenten, Prop.
r. O. Allen Springs, III.
TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORN1NO. MAY 16, 1883.
The Daily Bulletin.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 10.
In tho sea thorn lire throe llynrstliat
roally, front the extent of thoir (lVhtH.do
serve the uanio. Those of our readers who
have iHtnn at sea. (wpuulnlly in the South,
may have seen tho common flying-fish,
with it blun-and-silver body nnd luce
tike, sheeny wings. From tho crest of
a blue wuve they dart, singly or in Hocks,
fluttering ulong, rising and falling, turn
ing in curves, and returning to tho water
with a hpliwh tMirhnpM to full a viotim
to sorui) watchful bonito (or" dolphin)
that has been closely following them be
neath the water! Tht-se privutoers of
the sea are their greatest enclitics, as
they rise in tho airfollowingthem under
water, nnd emerging just in time to
cutdi the luclluMH llyorsusthoy descend.
Tlie dolphins will take great leaps of
twenty or thirty feet in following- the poor
flying-fish, which, notwithstanding their
long wings ami wonderful powers, often
fall victims to their tireless pursuers.
They frequently fly aboard vessels at
night, perhaps attracted by tho lights,
or, it may be, caught up by tho wind
(rout the crest of sonto curling wave,
and carried high in air against tho sails.
The gurnard, though it has also long,
wing-like fan's.presents otherwise a totai
. ly different appearance. lu hoiwl is in
closed iu a bony armor, from which
project twosharp spines. Some of these
fi.-ih areof a rich pink color, while others
are mottled with red, yellow, and blue,
and as they fly along over tho water,
and tho sunlight falls upon their glitter
ing scales, they seem to glow with a
golden luster. With Midi hard heads,
it will not be surprising information
that they are disagrrrablo fellows to
come in contact with; at least, so thought
a sailor who was standing at dusk upon
the quarter-deck of a.vessel, near one of
the West India, islands. Suddenly he
found himself lying upon his hack,
knocked over by a monster gurnard that,
w ith a scorn of others, had darted from
the water, this one striking the man fair
ly in the forehead. The gurnards are
also chased by dolphins, and they are
frequently seen to rise iu schools, to es
cape from tho larger fish, while hover
ing above them are watchful gulls and
man-of-war birds, ready to steal them
from the jawsof theireneniiesof the sea.
In company with these flying-fish may
often be sepn curious white bodies, with
long arms and black eyes. Thev aro
flying-squids, inembcrjof the cuttle-fish
family, and the famous bait of the New
foundland cod-fishermen. On tho Banks
they are often seen in vast shoals, and
during storms tons of them are thrown
upon the shore. When darting from
w ave to wave, they resemble silvery ar
rows, often rising and boarding ships
in their headlong flight. So valuable
are they for bait, that four or tive hun
dred vessels at St. I'ierre are engaged in
catching them by means of jiggers.
Many of the squid family leave tho
water when pursued. Even tho largest
of them, often forty or fifty feet long,
have been seen to rise ten or fifteen feet
in the air, and sail away as if propelled
by some mysterious force, their hideous
arms dripping and glistening. They are
certainly the largest and strangest ol
the flyers without wings. From ('. F.
Holder's "Flying Without H'ijV in
fit. Ueoree And The Lizard!
In many old natural histories es
pecially those of Aldrovandus and
Gesner, strange pictures are shown of
dragons, with terrible head, breath
like steam, and the feet and legs of a
bird, and serpent-like skins. In the
days of chivalry these dragons were
very common, if we may believe the
tales of tho time, and every knight or
gentleman with any pretensions to valor
seems to have followed in the footsteps
of St. George, according to the roman
cers. But, in these days, the world has
been so well traveled over that the
dragons have been finally sifted down
to ono or two beautiful little creatures
that live in India and the Islands of the
Indian Archipelago. Save for their
harmless aspect, they have very much
the appearance of tho dragons of the
olden time, and we suspect they wero
the originals of tiie tales that were cer
tainly believed by tho natural-history
writers of past centuries. The dragons
are small li.ards that live among the
trees, and though they have no wings,
they move about through tho air iu
graceful curves, with almost the free
ont of birds. When they are upon a
branch, you would hardly" notice any
thing peculiar about them; but let an
insect jmss by that they are particularly
fond of, ami, with a rush, several ol
them lly into the air. Between their
legs is a curious membrane, encircling
them like a parachute, banded mid
crossed with gorgeous tints of red nnd
yellow, widely glisten in the aim like
molten gold. They suciu to float in
tho air a second while snapping at tho
object of their pursuit; then they sink
gracefully, alighting upon the trees or
branches. The seeming wings nro
membranes really an expansion of tho
skin of tho flank, held in place by slen
der, bony processes connected with the
false ribs, which shut up, as It wero,
when the "dragon" Is resting, tho wings
appearing to bo folded at tho sides,
Tliey livo upon insects, and dart after
them from tree to tree with nmnzing
rapidity, their loug tails lashing the air
According to the naturalist Brotitius,
the common flying-lizard inflates a
curious vnllow goitre, or membrane,
whon it flies, thus rendering it lighter,
ami reminding us again oi tho birds,
with their hollow bones. Thus assisted,
they cross intervals of space an much as
seven hundred feet in length faster than
thoeyo can follow them. In darting
across small streams, sometimes they
fall short and come down In tho water,
when, of course, they are obliged to
swim tho remainder of tho distance.
Sometimes they aro found , in large
streams, so it is not improbable that
they go in swimming for the pleasuro
ol It. 0, F. Holder, tn St. Nicholas, .
at a o t
It is anld that why so many married
ladios . keep pet dogs is becauso their
husbands are absent so much from
homo. They don't have tho canines for
protection. It's because, homo doesn't
seem natural with no growling about,
and tho dogs growl during tho time the
husband ought to be attending to that
W P .'..hbiiik, nr editor oi fni Hullitim
and aieaialioat passenger agent. Ordera for all
klnde of steamboat Job priming eollclted. Office
at ilowor't Uuropean Hotel. No. 7 Ohio levee.
Tho U. P. Hchenck arrived here last even
log at 2 :U0 o'clock. She only had a mode
rate trip, but will fill out here and leave
this evening for New Orleans. Owing to
extreme rough weather she was compelled
to leave freight above here at way landings
which would have filled her flat.
The W. P. Halliday from New Orleans
passed tip yesterday afternoon for St. Louis
with a good trip.
The City of Vicksburg from below is
due here this evening for St. Louis.
Look out for the Vint Shinklu early this
moining. She goes to Memphis.
The Arkansas City left St. Louis last
evtning for Vicksburg, ami is due hero to
night. The Golden Rule from New Orleans will
report here e.rly to-morrow morning for
The City of New Orleans h aves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans.
The Will Kyle from Cincinnati is due to
ninht for New Orleans.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening-
lor Paducsh and Shawneetown.
Thv W. II. Cherry from Nashville is due
here this evening and leaves on her return
trip to-morrow moining at 10.
The Will S. llays left New OrlcauB yes
terday, aud will reach here Saturday for
Owing to the severe storms which seemed
general Sunduy and Monday we have ex
perienced some very cool weather tor the
season, lircs being very comfortable. The
storm at Mound City was severe, but Cairo
escaped without any effect except cool
Rev. Robert Oliver says that in tho
Holvingof new problems in social and
political philosophy, Boston is still to
be the leader in the movement toward
a wider and letter life, as she always
lias liccn. Boston, he says, hassplend
ed free schools, and tho noblest public
library on the planet; and, notwithstand
ing the croakers, he is right in regard
to both. Uoston Traveller.
l'u iflliil -JL
THE GREAT GERMAN
Hellevea and cure
Soreness, Cuti, Bruises,
Ill HS, M ALIMI,
Anil all other bodily arhet
FIFTY CENTS BOTTLE.
Sold tiy all PnicKinta and
rvHlni. Direction In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
Ihnan M A Yon EI.ER CO. )
llMllllliurf, SIdM CM. A.
l,.V".lir, ---- ,
A POHITIVK CURB
Catarrh and Hay
Agrrahle to L ie
0(11.1) IN TH HEAD.
Hfiidiu lif A DfHfiU'm
or any kloti or mucus
Inflnmcd and rongh
iirrnceR A prepara
tion oi unuourited
merit. Apply by the
lltllti o.igcr into thn
nontrila. It will be
-l --i . j ..at . 1 1
HAY" FEVER cIcwIpk thn naal
ti&HMirul or catarrhal
v r i. cana di heallhv t-rreliona. It al ava In
Summation, p-otucta the mombranHl lining" of the
liuad from additional colda, completely licali the
KnroK and rcntorva the renwe or taate and amxll.
Ilenvflclil ruaulia are ruallsid by a lew application.
A THOHOUGH TKKATMKNT WILL CVIiKt
( re urn Milm ha rained an enviable ropntation
whrri'vor known: displacing all other preparation!.
(Solid for circular rout ilnttiK full li formation nnd
relliililo ti'KtlmonlalN. Hv mail, prepaid. M rvnti
a packaee atampa rocclvctl. bold by. all whole
ale mid ret nil ri-KKit.
KI.Y'tH'KK A.M BALM CO.. Owego, N. T.
. a s
(Shop on Halllriay Arena, between utirtb ud
Hiilh Street, Cairo, Illinois
lilibt and heavy blaekimlthlnir,
e work done In the morlwoik-
wauun and carrlaue
manlike niannor. II ime-nhoolna amecialtt and
fatlfactlon uuarati tucd.
N. B. Tliistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE, ' - '
Cairo. ,- - , Illinois.
POUT (1KAPE WINE
'KEN'S pOKT (JP. APE W'NK
FOUIt YKAIiS OLD,
THIS I'RLRKKATEI) NATIVE WINE la male
from the Juice of llm Oporto Orape, Miard In
till, count-y. ltn Invaltiahlu tonlr. unit ntF. m.ii..
cnint! propertlfii are uiiaiirpaaiiud bv anv other
Native Wine. Il-inu tho pare Juice of tt u (irnpn,
produced under Mr. Hpeer'e own puraotial .upervi
ion, lie purity and gentiim Li-na, aro gunraMced
Til") yonnt child m iy partake of It (,'nnnrotii
qnalltiea, and the weakeH iuvnlid nne it to xivmi
tiiKn It la particularly hpni-flilul tn'.hoagcd and
debilitated, and Ktiiled In the turi.niii ailmentn that
affect the weaker act. It U i n every reaper t A
WINK TO BK KKI.IKH 'N.
Sneer's J ,J, Hlieirv.
The lV .1. SIIKItlt V la wine of Superior Char
acterand arlhkc. oriherlchoiialitie.orttia
from whirn it I made Kor I'uritv. Hlchiiei-K. Kla
vo' and Medicinal I'n.riertiea. ii will t... (.m nil n ti
Sneers r. J. Brand v.-
Thia BUANDV mnnila nnrivuleil in lh
heiiiit far ntpericr for medicinal puriiimc . It 14 n
purvdlnillalion Iro n the grnpe, nd roiiialno val
nahle medicinal propertlea. It bit. a delicate tin
vor. .Innlnr to that of iho (?ri'., from which It ie
di. tilled, and n In Kreat fnv ir amcintr flr.t-rla..
famlllea. ree thai the ait!utnre of ALKRKD
SI'KKK. I'a.eaic. N. J., ii over thu cork nf .-Hch
Sold By PAUL SU1 J U 1 1
AND BY DKtrtmiSTS KVKIt Y W KH .
"lpeopiear-alwajBon the look
I 'out for thaiice. to Inerea.e
their eam Ing., and in time
become wes tuy; thu.e v ho
ilo not Improve their oppor
tnnit le. r,:niain In onvertv.
We offer a trail chance to nmlto money. H't u a it
niauy men, woman, boya and trirln to work lor n.
rltflitt j their own locallnee Any one can do the
work properly fr..m the first iart. The hnaineaa
will pay mr-re thtn ten tiiiie. ordinary wage. Kx
peimiveoulflt furtilHlied free. No one who engne.
faiia to make money raoidlv. Yott can drv..le
your whole timi tn the work, or onlv your apa'c
momenta. Ku!l Information and al that i ned"d
tent free. Address S TIN SON A i;o. Portland. Mo
Tills elegant drewing
is preferred by thoe
whohave used it, to any
similar article, on ac
count of it superior
ueanliness and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restore tht Youthful Color to Grey or TtM Hair
Parkers Hair Balsam Is finely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent foiling ol the hair and to re
move dandruflanditching. Hiscox & Co., N.Y.
Sec aa4 l ilm, at dttlm (a trur and nwdirtnn.
ti 1 )
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
Overwork, or a mother run dn n by family or house
hold duties try Parker's tJiKGER Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, mini&ter or business man er
tiausted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take
Intoxicating stimulants, but use Parker's Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
Ism, Kidpey Complaints, oranydisorder of the lungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or nenres.pARKRR's Cingrr
Tonic will cure you. 1 1 is the Greatest Wood Purifier
And the Beit and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and rrnuiie a stimulant take
Ginger Tonic at once; it will invigorate and build
Iou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate,
t has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours.
CAUTION !-Rfu .11 Kibitltuln. IVkf r'. Gin Toole I.
compoMd of U bc,t nmrdlil hit-nU tn tur world, nod IjmUnly
dlSrDt from nn-rmtioni of ftnfrrrshm.. Send for circular to
Hiieu A Co., N. Y. SOc. A 1 1 tun, it drslcri la drup.
CtlEAT 8AVINO BITTING COLLAR SIX.
Its rii h and lasting fr.igrance has made this
delightful perlume exceedingly popular. There
Is nothing like It. Insist upon having Floiu.
Ton CouuNiand ,00' for signature ol
an mry bnttls. Any dnijnrlit or dMlw la pfffuswy
eu luifly ynu. US god lb trnt ibn.
LARUE SAVING BUYING TSe. 8I7.E.
T. LOUIS & ST. PAU
Fine Side-Wheel Passenger Steamera
Jtween BT. L0UI8, HANNIBAL, QtTINOT.
VlSxxxl"aT0i OCK ISLAND,
lAOROeWS. BT. PAUL and HWNEAPdlJB.
Ht. Panl Parkets leave Ht. Lonl.every Mondnr.Wed
DMKtranrlt rtdHr,atp.ra. Qulnevi KeokukPack
atxIiMraHt. Lnuls dally, HnodH)resoitd.atln.m.
Eaciirslon Tickets at low rates to Ht. Paul. Lake
Mlnnetnnkaandnll Northern Summer lWjrt.. IMreoft
and r-hoiiiwwt route to I mkntn, Montunaand Manitoba.
tat llln.trated Guide llook, time tiiblea. piuwnuer
eodfrolKht rates, nnd otnr Information, nd3re.it.
BT. JOUIB BT. PAUL PACKET 00,
VTharfboat foot ol Olive fctu,
Naslivillo, Pa'Inpali & Cairo I'a kt't.
The t'H'k'iinl and pulatlul .li'mn r
13. S. RHEA,
J. 8. TYNItt ...Mimtcr
BIU.Y HCUBTON Clerk
Leave Cairo every Monday at I p. m. for Nuah-
Nasbville, Patlncah & Cairo U. S. Mall
W. H. CHERRY,
HHMNii t set . seetti'
Leavoe this port very WeJuesday at p. tn.
N O TIC E!
Tho largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
410 & 412 N. 1th St., ST. LOUIS.
JAI 1 i
A imtvei'diiiirriiitriiliiiii com-
IKtsed mostly ol Essential Oils
i no most nenetratliitt I.ln ment
known. Kil fnnr.nntr:itA.I tli.,tn
rr.w drops applied to the nurtaoe will Penetrate to the very Bone,
uiu uiiiiuni, .nasansiy nsusa rAIH! it W1U not Boll (JlOthlntr
nor atscoior tne bun, or lenvn disacrociiiiie effects of snv kind, it
hMNO KQUALforthfl Cure of Rhnnmntiam. Sprain, Brain.
IstlffJolaU, Neuralela, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache
aura a urutsu, rami m uie juimos " u"j van ui me njirin
nn is equally emcacioits lor an rams In tlio Stomanb ana Bowels,
ruipunng a noweriui uiniwive stimulant, sou Slcrnll s Almiitinc
sk your DrtigKbt for it. I'rlco 60 cts pur bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholeeale DruB-a-tut, 1 8T. LOUIS, MO
After a K&iuy Mle a ( (iiiittry- PIiikN
, flan Tells Svhat He Thinks of
''I with to Krncinua eotne people would learn
wlicu thvy need a doctor and when they d'in't,"
eiclalmerj Doctor K , aa bu entered hie hou.u
Inacwoylltt'e vlilat-eln the Interior1 of tlm Ktatu
of New York, after a tediniii nlht rule for many
(illtf . I hitve been down arantv the ruo.inutlua to
nee a man, who tliu inetsenKcr aaid, wne very sick,
and not likely to life 'till morning, unless he had
Imm' tfUtJ help; and fouud blm iiifftrinR from a
ratner anarp attack of colic, which hi f.imily
ml,'ht have relieved In ten mlna'ei, if they bad a
era in of aoneo ai.d two or three dimple remedies In
tin. lioue. but i o; tin y must romam b noranl as
pipa, an I wheu tho least ache or puln tuk a theiii,
m ini for a doctor, whether they ever piy'liiinor
'Why, Doctor, what kind of alniplc remctlloa, a
you ca'l them, do you expect people to keep In the
house ?' asked h!a wlttr, as she foliretf hlru'actlp
of hot lea.'.
"In this cae," answered the Dot tor, "If tbey
had only put a BKSSDN'i t'AI'CINK POKOUS
I'LASTEHou the nian'a stomach, bu would have
been all rUbt in an! hour, and laved me a dreary
la nU ordinary complaint. It ciiret at once.
All dlsv&ses are ellmlnatrd from the ay-trni hy
what mayhc nitiKbly called exptilslun or exirac
lloi', or by a tinliin of the two processes, lien
sou a Plaster promote, both. It Incite, llm torpid
oruaiie to act, and aentla it. bealfnir, soothing In
fl'ience through the myriad pure of the rkln. Ail
other plasters ohlUc Uiu patient to wait. They
t;ivehlm hope (or to-morrow, llenaou'a plust' r
Hive him help to day. VYUic.li is better, do you
Ihlnkf liny the CAi'UINK and koep It In the
house. Price Zt ccute.
biahttry & Johnson, t.hetnl.ts. New Y rk.
lor a SOU
CnvM.$c,6 for BABY
UPRIGH ffua. l'litiin.
CHAPEL ORGAN. (TO.
DtcainwM h Co., 1
N KVi' A 1J V K It'PI 8 K M KNTH,
not, lire la aweopitiK hy, iro
and dare lielore yeudie, hooi .
thlnit mlubty and sililinie
vave hehlnd toconatiurtime."
f m a we.k In your own town .
KIvh Dollar ontflt. free. No
riak. Kvtrylhinu ucw. t'apllal not. required. We
will furnish you everything;. Many are milking
fortunes. Ladles make a. much as men and hoya
Htid ttlrls mike preat pay Render, If you want
btl.iiieaa at which yon ran make great pav all tlie
time, wrilo for particulars to II IlAl.l.KTI' A CO
617 St. Charing Street, ST. LOUIS,
A ratilat ( rod in i of tw nii'dleitl
riilice. h.n iH'i'it loiik'.-r entrimed In the tnni-mi-lit
or ilircMilc, Nvrvoua, Hltiu nu.l
HIo'mI lllsod .s th.ii aitv other iiIivkI. Iiiii lu
Ht. Louis, as cltv pstierit skew and all old rel
dent. know, t'nn.iiltsllna ,.t nilleenr ay limit,
free and litvtt.il. fcleiiillylntknrlilHophili.il
rots iinililiiv!, When It Islnr'ui viiletit tovNIt
the eltr Jr trenlnieiit, liiedleliii's ran liescnl
l V ii a 1 1 r eXirs t-verv here. t'liniMe uies
miuratiieeil : where diiiilil exists It Istritiikly
stilled. CiiHor W rite.
Hrrvoni rrostration, Debility, Mental tnd
Physirial Weaknon, Mnreuriul tnd ethnr
" afToetioni of Throat, Skin ind Bonng, Blond
Impurities and Blood Foiontng, Skin A (Tun,
tiong, Old Soreg and Dlocrg, Impsdimsnts to
Marringa, Hhcumatlrm, Pilot). Special
attention to eae from ovor-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES reoeive gpeeial attention.
Diseaast arising from Imprudoncog, Exocmtetj,
Indulgeneaa or Expnturot.
It Is seir-evldent Unit a physlelnit pn lni(
psrtlentar attention to acl.'.n nfrai.pt attains
Krcitt skill, and ph slrlau In refiular prm-th e
nil over tltft roitntrv knowlntt this, frfni"iitly
reeninnieild rules to the oldt sl (.Itlew lit AneTlea
where every known appHanre l resorted t.
and the peovoil itntxl i'iiistlirai of all
aires and ronnlrles are iiwd. A whole Iiiiiih In
lined Icirottlee iiirnoe, mid all are treated with
skill In a re.peettul miinnei t and, knowing
wlutt to do. lioexperlnieiilh are nisde. Onae
niiint of thn great uumlier applvtiig, the
rhargtK are kept low. often lower tlisn Is
demanded Py others If tu sei iire the skl'l
and get a speedy and t't feel Ui eure, that la
the Imporlant matter. J'.niplili t, lit pages,
sent to any address free.
plates, mnmNii uuiul i pagci.
Elegant rlotb and gilt binding, Sf aled for 60
fents In ttnstane er rtttreney. Over II fly won
derrul pm pictures, tine to fills, articles mi the
lrllnwngulije'ts. H'hoinay marry, whoiint:
whvf I'rijper age Inmarn. Who marry llr't.
Jlanhnod, tiemanhnnd. ThTslral decay. Who
should marry. How lltv and hiipiine may It
sniTtaiwii. i nose niameQ or rrMiixnpi.vinii-
Ii on. hi tn lie read
1 py afl adult persons, then kept under took and
key. Popular edition. aameaiaPote, liutpatwr
i rover tmd 191 p.gea, U tvuU t awii, lu atMstT
UHllieil. hliL rLulli,ni.l
In every Vtlluge and
City In tlie U.8.to tell our
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jqiirixwiM ajett ixtm r
A 1 0ne Smoke for 5c.
Attnu tlve advertltliitf
rt itiM.Lt r f i am tfteiA nresAk
Jj Bavl to the retailer.
For 25c. w wU. tend
- " t.A anr ainin ktv In that
. , .; RyHNULU t"AU,ludlJlui)oU1IuU.
Docided opliiiniia ( xpre-sod In lnitunatjethat can
be ii inter-Until : tl e nnnnpt. at, fu'li-.l and mod ac
cural tiielit',,i( ,i i f whitttver lu lb,, wide world ia
woitli ltu lion Tnui ia wlnit evervkmly la sure
to find in any edit o i of TIIK SUN. rnn.crl tion:
I ii r il i k.i, liv mull, .'Sr. a month, or jljO
a year; .Si;niiav ,h pagee), 1. 'JO per year; vV'gtKLT
(S ling-US', $l.:n per year.
It (JI.ANli. I'ulillHber. New Y rkflity.
Ikl VOlic KS. -Nil pulilicity; re.liteM. of any
J' Ktate. DeSertinn. Nun Snnnnrt. Advice and
plh nil, :n ,,r
Itr. adwatr, N .1 V.
.thtiip. W. It. I.KE, Att'y,
Rwlllptf thttlmverovVfttrl fnruif nuuf I.Wft CrrtnpUlnl
IhafatpMa, SUk Htftilultt, ln.litfillon, Ou.litlon Coatittntai,
wiiiiiitrtir witii Wt'i Vfni'tV.le l.ir 11 U, wtirr. th rttrtf-U-ntsrr
atrl-lly roniplwd with. 1lirvnr tirar1 y ffttjU, ti4
nrvft Nil to pive uiisfAuti'-n, P i;r f.ontetl. ,nrt lwM,inm
UluiiikC Mi la, Vi ftnli. Kr talt hy fell dr ifmlah. Hwtr of
oiiitift-rf'tti mi.) IrtiWisii.ifu. Th prnnlt, mi,iiiftliirti nly hf
JullN V. '.-:T CO , M A hi V. MMiaMn hL, Cttlatfu.
rtx lriJ ,n itK . ut 1 y siia.l jjri-.. on rtttu I tif .1 ifalilAtuu
Heaifli is Wealth !
Dii K. ('. Wkst'h Nrnvn amd Bhain I'mat.
ment, a gnnnintoHtl ei-ooihn fur Hyaterin, Uitzu
newt, ConvitlHioiiN, Kit. Nervnim Neuralgia,
JleH'l.'ielie, Nervona Proetrution niueetl by the itae
ofnlooliril or tolMici-o, Wnkftilnt'HH, Aleutul Do.
pnwHioii, HoftiMiing of the itritiit n'Mtilling in in
sanity nmt Inailinu to mieery, deeny tuid death,
t'roiiintimi Old Ao, Hnrreniioea, Jsiea of power
iu oither liivnliintitry 1ihm' nnil HpormnU
orrhit'ti eituKeil tiyovDr-exot'tioii of Hut brain, aelf.
nhitHo or tiver-iiiiliilgonco. Kueh box contain
ono miiiitb e I n-iit uo'iit. $1.1X1 11 Hix,(iraiz boxea
furf.'i.Ki, Ht'iiLliy until prnpHidon rtK'uipt of price.
H; iiI'AltATEK NIX UKH
To cure any aim. With wtcb tinier rceivexl byua
fur six boxes. RiTiunpHiiied willf VtlJ, vJe will
aotnl the purt'liHitor our writton guHrantee to re.
fund tho money if the trentinont dues not efleel
a euro. (iiuuunttHta ie.iieUuiiLyby
, UAUIiY W. KOHUII.
DritL'glsl. t'or. (jouimeroial avu. A lHlh at., Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
'lb. llowHid (InlranleHhleld
Hnrtourntnnr r.lsctro 11.1
vonle and MhhimUo Apiill
hdcm and UarntttDta ar. a
i surttrtir.for NHrvmj.ltebll-
II j, I'aralrsls, Khaiimntlsni
r ,iit,.,r.inmiiin, um
III VltaLt,n.rr, I
r , a
l Urulo, Wk Doth. Kid
ney, Liver, aod Huunucta
iMimpliilnt., .oil araad.pt
ed to KirllHH tir.l. Tbiwa
vergr l.tiKt Im-
rrtj.mt, Mil o
ether., aa th.F
wirl., c.lng ao
sores, ear trrtt
tlnaeftlMaklsr r.n he wnm at
work aa well aa
rwil oul Biitlea
aliUt to wisirer.
tomnet the differ
ent sUirea ol all
I. nr l,,nllt. TIium (or MEN ONLY ut oore nwb
the sent ul dlseiiMi, it. tti.y act tlln.it utmn Nervous,
Mmti'olar, sud OmtHrutW. (Vntw., atxieilllv Mtnrlog
the vltnllty which I. Klrtrlrlt drain.! rrnrathe.i'S
tn by eines ur InUI.eratliin., they thus In s D.lnr.l
w.r nverrunie the weakness wit hunt drawing the slom
niih. Tbey will cure every chm .hint ill .tructurat d
e.n.r.tliin, nnd we ant preiiared to Inralab the aiost
.mnhHtte mid nb-oliile priNif t.t aitprirt our claims.
llln.irHlnd I'mniililnt Vree,orsnt aeulml forte poas.il.
ConiulUtlOB I AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
fni Invited ( 3 1 1 N. Oth St.. Loula.wt
Noinozonn, fnow Ni'rvt'-I.lfe, htrength ond
t'Pjiirilx it iiiidlhn resffiratlve furlhoLoea ot
Manly ViKor lu Yountr, Middle. Aed and
Old Men, no mutter finin wluit cause. In r
voua , Debility, Exbauation,, Impotenay,
Ueminal Weakn-aa, mid k milled ailments,
thl bttndard Remedy is a certain eure.and
to nil sin-li snlleifi'N. who send a statement ol
tlirlpl rouble, m ouiintliy aiifllolent to prove It
virttio win he .enf Fr of Coat. Addreaa,
NEUROZONC MCQICAL C6.,
P. O. Dot 8404. t. Loula, Mo.
JOHNSON'! ANODYNI LINIaUNT will
Mrtilvly pravut this terrttr auwsws atnt wtll peat,
lively wnliM es out ol sea. lBtopnatirn tfeaa
tr iitm, sent rre nv mau. vopi aJy a
ur,L a JUHK.
riy luiteaa. a a.
will save many IIvm, aent rrea by ru
BioriHnt. rrevwntiim la hrtlerlMa
iv m , iNwniia, aisNa,. n
tar riaausr ivsasma iiua