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TUB DAILY (JAIKO .BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOUNWtl, MAY 18, 1883.
special local itgms. ,
Moticei In tbli column, eiK&i eenti par Una for
Ireland Ova cent! par Una sacD subsequent Inser
tion, if at ona wuek, HO cents par Una. , For one
nioutn.oueauu par lins
Five Coonnra to make notato barreli.
price 11 centa por barrel; also 10 iarm
baadfl. Apply to 11. J. deal s don,
tf Charleston, Mo.
Notice To Shippers of Fruit and
Coinmencintf Friday, May 18th, tho Illi
nois Central railroad will rua a fruit ex
press train between Cairo and Chicago
daily. Leaving Cairo at 9 :u0 a. iu and
arrive at Chicago 5:15 a. ui.
lw II. CDkPce, Agent.
land board on Washington avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets, at reasonable
rates. Mus. Cukmey.
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation: blue grass pasture; farm
contains 192 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
miles from railroad station.
E. A. Buuwktt.
Piano For Sale.
A cood second-hand niano at a bargain.
Apply to M. 11. Kubne, at Cairo Opera
Call at Mrs. S. Williamson's, on Bev.
enth street near Commercial avenue, and
have your old hats shaped and made over
in the latest style for the small sum of
twenty five cents. tl
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order, llepairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. u
"IIackmktack," a lasting and fragrant
perfuu'o. Price 25 and 00 cents. 13
A Vexed Clergy man.
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 fur him to be heard.
Yet, huw very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug stare. . (!)
The Sen. of Oblivion
would long since have swallowed up tiOZO
DONT in common with so many forgotten
tooth pastes and dentifrices, did not the ex
perience of a whole nation prove, that it
posses signal advantages. It thoroughly
theii impurities; it rtvives their fading
a 1 . .1 t I
wnueoeBS aou sirengiueos weir reisxjug
bold upon their sockets; it renders color-
kkar iitorailn mi ma karri nri hoftttho rw1
wiMtinvbu va u u iiui ve wasva taviaiiaaj f uu
besides neutralizing an unsavory breath,
. . i . r
lovesu it wnn us own irsgrance.
The act of fcrmentinir the Onorto Urane
into wine in this country has ben brought
to a greater degree ol pertcction oy air. Al
fred &peer, ot New Jersey, than by any
other person; and his wine is very popular
as an evening wine, as well as for the com
munion table and for invalids. For sale
by Paul 0. Schuh.
We recommend Ely's Cream Balm in
everv case where a cure for catarrh is called
for, and in no instance have we heard of
disappointment. We consider that we are
doing the public a service by making its
virtues known to those afflicted with this
loathsome disease, for which it is in most
instances a perfect cure. Peck Bros.,
Druggists, Grand Hapids, Mich.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered wheu one is sorciy amicieu
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness bo common to our
. female nonulation. hvery woman snouia
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when u other remedies fail.
A J-a- u-ial always proves our assertion.
1'hey are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
titty cents a bottle Bold by Harry W.
Wm. Polie,787 Helnneman St. Chicago,
sayB: "Browns Iron Bitters restored my
strength after suffering from inflammation
ot tno tunes."
bEE a woman in another column ucar
8peer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Bpner's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Hold by druggists.
Shiloh'b Cure will immediately relievo
Croup, Whooping Congh and Bronchitis.
JAS. R. SMITH. E0BSRT A. BM1TD.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILIi.
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Tho Daily Bulletin.
A (ionnan noliltiiimn bad two sun's,
who vvure ivpiirtiiil to be rnllmr fiwt boys.
One of theiii was a clerk in a bank, ami
tho other was an olliecr o( tho army. '
"llow aro your hoiih coming on,
asked a frituul.
"Had enough! The one In thu bank,
who ought to Im drawing drafts, Hpeudt
all his tune in hunting; and the one in
the army, who ought to bo busy Moot
ing, is always drawing drafts on me foi
Jim Sniverly, who has not been mar
ried very long, camu home late to din-
ni-r a lew days ago.
"Hast thou saved me some dinner,
thou dearest angel?"
"1 have not, my turtle dove."
"Nothing at nil darling? Didst thou
mt any grub iu tho tdove for its own
'Not a bite. What did von loaf about
the saloons until two o'clock for?"
'It's none of vour blamed business.
you empty pated fool," he replied with
"You are a bow-legged brute."
And thus did one word bring on an
THE LNNATTKAL OK ANPKATll Kit.
The parlor of the mansion of Judge
Havens is adorned with the portraits o!
a number of his ancestors. Tho picture
of the father of Judge Havens represent
him as an old man, while that of In
grandfather was taken when be vu
Judge Havens was showing these pict
ures to Tom Higginson a few days ago.
'Why, iud're," exclaimed Tom in per
fect amazement, "your father must hav
been fifty ycarsof age before yourgrand
father was born."
A DIFFICULT TASK.
Mrs. Josiah Fender is a very simple
sort of a woman. An old gentleman by
the name of Kvckman and his wife mov
ed into the vinuinity of the Fender man
sion, on Austin Avenue. Mrs. Fender,
who is very neighborly, baked a nice
cake and took it over to the new arrivals.
"I've brought over some cake for Mr.
Ryrkman's children," said Mrs. Fender.
"Hut we have never bad anychildren,
said Mrs. Ryckman.
'Well, then, give it to your grand
children said Mrs. Fender. Texan Sift
A New Egyptian Oanal.
There is a scheme on foot to cut a
canal from Alexandria to the Red sea.
The scheme is being put forward by cer
tain persons in this country well known
in financial circles, and it is aided and
abetted by some of the scum around the
Khedive. It is to lie hoped mat tne
government in England and their repre
sentatives in fcifvot will nave nothing
to do with it. Financially, it would be.
of course much cheaper to widen the
oresent canal than to make a new
one. Politically, were this Alexandria
canal made, we should be told that wc
must permanently interpose in hgypt, in
order to secure our waterway to the east.
The great advantage of the existing
canal is that it runs through the desert al
a considerable distance from the Nile val
ley, and that we could hold it or defend it
without meddling iu the internal ail airs
of Egypt. Of course, the object of the
financial gentlemen is not to spend theii
own money, or to benefit either England
or India, but to get a concession, and to
take care that as much money as pos
sible from the funds provided by tht
public in ordir to carry it out should
tint! its way into their pockets. .owon
A Misfit Fit.
A party of three young men from the
agricultural districts entered a second
hand clothing store on Michigan avenuo
yesterday morning, and one of them
finally Uuight h second-hand coat. Ho
was solemnly assured that it was a lit
that ShaksK'are would have been proud
of, and that it increased his beauty 5fi.U
per cent., and he went away perfectly
satisfied. In nlout an hour, however,
he returned and said:
"Say, this coat isn't a fit, after all."
, "Vliat ails dot goat now, eh?"
"Well, it's too short in the back, for
"Let me look. Too short, eh? Urn.
Mv frendt, who tells you so?"
""Both the boys."
"And vims doso poys tailors?"
No." ' 3
"Do they get oudt some fashion-Mates
"Vhell, how ish it dose poys know so
much? Dot goat allows for vou tosthand
oop und bend oafer. It aliows for your
back to shorten oop or lengthen oudt."
"But the sleeves are too short."
"Let me see. Only last night my tvifo
sit up all night to cut oil' doso sleeves
und make 'em in style, und now you
vhant a sleeve like Noah wore in dcr
Ark! Vhell, nopody would think dot of
"I can't hardly bend my anus," con
tinued the buyer.
"Vhell, I sold you dot goat fur Sun
day. Voudoan' chop wood on Sundays,
I hope? Vhen you desire to bend your
arms put on some odder goat."
"I'miiotkat nil satisfied with it, no
matter what you say."
"Vhell, I can't help dot. After you
buy dot goat you fall down or sliunip
around or drink Imht und get your body
all out of shane-wid then come pack und
complain. My frendt, dot goat vims for
a shentloman, Vhen you wear it you
must bo a shent Ionian.'"
"I paid you $8 for it, and I'll take $4."
"You can lmvo it for $3."
"Young man, let mo explain. I vims
a partner mit my wife. ; Sho puys und I
sell. Sho Is now" in Chicago. Dunn' you
sell dot goat. Take it homo und wait
until you shrink a lecdlo und your liaok
Hhortous oop, und you vhill don put on
dat goat Und set nil dcr gala grainy und
make all dor voting men shealous. Tako
my advice. I vhas in dor clothing pecs
ness forty years, und I know dor cloth
in dot gout It vhants a good thunder
howor und two games of bnso-ball to
make it fit you like a handle to a goffoe
triAll"Dctroit Free Prm.
America produces about one-fourth
tf the wheat grown in the world.
The Lime-Kiln Olub.
At a runout ineetiiiflr of the I.iiiiu-Kllti
Club a communication from New York
What is tho Lime-Kiln Club theory
regarding cometsP Where do they come
from, und where do they go to?'
Pc .Vok ret arv will answer, replied
Brother (iardner, "to do ell'eck dat ills
lub has nothln' speshual regard in
omets. IV club li'urs dat a comet mil
in town, an' it h'ars dat it has departed
but we doau' miss a job of whitowashiu'
to find out why de comet arroy or why
it didn't stay. Dar' am a heap o'
thinirs nail in1 'round in do beabens
which do Ltiwd made to come an' go
an' dodge an' twist, aft' it. won't hurt
us any if we donif find out all 'bout
The Committee on Internal Harmony
reported that it had succeeded in secur
ing the services ol l'rot. i. . okiii-
ner, the great colored weather predictor
of Arkansas, to predict the weather for
the colored population of America tor
the next six months. The Professor's
terms were spot cash on delivery, but
ho had made a discount of thirty per
cent, from the usual rates ami would
guarantee six months of such weather as
would make a man iM) years old go out
and mow three acres of grass per flay.
His predictions for.May were nil ready for
delivery and the committee had received
a bint that tho last twenty-six days of
the mouth would lx: gowl barefoot weath
er. Pickles Smith moved that the contract
Wavdown Bebee arose to inquire if
" i i i i . i
some arrangement couiu not oe mane
with the white folks to take half the
weather and pay half the cost.
JJder loots awoko ami asKeu now
many moonlight nights the rroiessor
had arranged for.
On a call of the roll the club ratilicit
the contract by a vote of one hundred
and ninety-four to fourteen.
The Rev. Penstock, who has only
partly recovered from his late accident,
then arose and announced that he was
in receipt of a petition signed by 4G0 col
ored men of Kentucky praying theLime
Kiln Club to use its influence to secure
the passage of a national law making it
a penal offense for a white man to black
up an a negro in a minstrel troupe, n
f Penstock) favored the petition with
all his might, and in order to set tin
dub right before the country he woul
move that it recommends the law asked
The roll was called, and Penstock was
voted out of sight, anil he was so mad
about it that be tore the petition in two
and was not heard from again during
LET HER SETTLE.
The Janitor reported that one corner
of Paradise Hall had settled seven inch
es during the past week, springing the
tloors and threatening un accident, lb
did not know who was to blame for it
nor what to do in the case, but felt it hi
duty to give warning.
'1 In President said ho had noticed the
settling, and was in hopes it would go
down another foot. All the chairs
would then bo faced around to give each
one a graceful backward tilt. It might
Im- well enough, however for the Com
mittee on Architecture to lake steps to
prevent any possible disaster.
All unfinished business was then pla
ed in an old hat and covered with a nail
keg ami the meeting adjourned.
What is the explanation of this nnom
aloiis .state of things? The answer is
that the most popular forms of govern
ment engender the worst forms of noli
ties, and favor and foster states of min
that exclude all considerations of a sci
cntilio nature. This may be an unpal
atable conclusion, but unpalatable con
elusions are often true. Wc have to
lace the disagreeable fact that it is un
der tho most liberal and perfected polit
ical institutions, so called, that tho m
calculable element of personal capric
in political affairs comes into greatest
ascendency. We speak of kingly rule
as the typo of personal government, but
personal government is only seen in its
highest power and idled wrere cac
citizen has become a sovereign. It is
only where the self-seeking of the sin
gle monarch is multiplied oy mrliion
in a nation of potential office-holders
thaMho selfishness of personal politics
rises to its maximum influence. It is
only in a country where everybody is
eligible to office, where the incentives
to office-seeking aro universal, when
politics has become such a national pas
sion that the whole scheme of public
education is subordinated to it, that
personal aspirations and the interests
1 , ,.. I .1 'II I ...!.. ..
ol schism aniuiiiou w in uoiuiiiaio unre
stricted in the management of public af
fairs. And it is undcniaoln that poll
tics with us is coming to im more am
more a business, a vocation to be pur
sued for profit and emolument by su
cessful ollice-seeking. Under such
system the winning politician will not
be tho man ol intelligence, deliberation
and principle, but tho man skilled in all
the low arts which will insure political
success. He will be the shrewdest op
erator of the partisan mob, Nothing is
more notorious than thai under the
working of our popular political insti
tutions, tho best men go to the wall and
the worst men come to the front. Ry
the very conditions of tho case, it is the
crafty operators, the long-headed man
agers, caucus manipulators, party in
triguers and brazen, indefatigable dem
agogues, who secure the olllces. Pop
ulnr Nriumx Monthly fur April.
Tho two were seated in a spot of sun
shine on West street, reading a papet
the other day, or, rather, one was read
ing to tho other, when he camo across
tho word "lobby," and tho listener call
"Hold on right there, Jimmy! Now,
thin, what does that mean?"
"It lias something to do wid Congress,
"Phut Is ItP"
"Well, I'm not uiitolroly clear ahotil
it, but I rockon if you had a vote mid 1
had a scheme for a rail rood we'd sonio
how trade off."
"Well, that's another mystery, but
you'd somehow get somo of my stock
and I'd somehow get your vote, and
when we'd taken a drink and shakct
hands over it, we'd let the lobby go U
Hullfax." Wall Strut Daily Nw$.
On the middle of the floor was a large
crock of a stick v material, like paste.
I. .!!., ' . . . m I
rroiu miis mo macaroni was neing iasn-
loiied. The process in use was primitive
and tedious, but Scalehi lins not capital
and cannot buy machinery. A work
man seized a handful of the paste, on
which he left visible linger marks, and
commenced (,, .ai. it, about with two
little sticks. Then a child, apparently
not more than eighteen inches long, who
looked like a round ball, caught hold of
a small pair of bellows and began
working them for dear life. Ihc air
pumped by the bellows had passed
through the stove and was hot. Next
the artist begun to build his stick o!
m.'waroni lengthways from the mouth
of the tube, and as tho hot air touched
it it became hard enough to retain the
necessary shape. The pastry pipe bad,
of course, to be constantly molded by
the hands to prevent its blowing out
into nil sorts of sizes und figures. Tho
process resulted in bundles of unequal
and badly-shaped macaroni tubes,
such as are never seen in groceries. It
was impossible to him out tho exact
composition of the paste, but it appear
ed to be made of coarse Hour, with a
mixture of some course meal. A pan
of muddy-looking water, in which a pro
portion of gum nrsbie had been mingled,
was what the meal was moistened with.
.Scalehi was unable to explain the vir
tues of the different articles or describe
Ibcm by name, but ho danced around
and grinned as if exceedingly pleased
with his ow n ingenuity, every now and
then stopping to give a playful knock
with the broom handle to his associates
or break over their head any shamefully
"botched pipe of his national food.
In the midst of Hie work, while the
lender of everything was putting ashes,
stale potatoes and other rubbish in the
stove, instead of coal, there was a re
sounding yell and the child who manip
ulated the bellows tumbled headfore
most into the paste. For a happy,
solitary moment the boy stood perpen
dicular, wrong side up, in the heavy
muss, then he toppled over, upsetting
everything on the floor. Scalehi lost
his self-possession for a second, but was
soon himself again. The small boy sat
in the middle, of the arena with eyes,
mouth, ears and face plastered with
dough. The thick paste traveled slowly
but surely over the grimy boards. Scai
chi uttered an immortal yell, waved his
broomstick, righted the crock ami in a
minute every living thing in the room,
except the reporter and the boy, was
scooping up the paste and tossing it
into the earthen vessel. The stuff' which
adhered to the infant was carefully
scraped off and thrown in with the rest.
Ph il'trli lilt in Ti m s.
The History of a Title.
February 15 (a great 'storm prophe
sied by an obscure Canadian). Wigin.
February (great storm's details
clearly given). Wiuoixs.
March 1 (Public attention aroused).
K. Stone Wiouixs.
March 2 (Storm definitely fixed for
March 9). Pisof. E. Stone Wig;ins.
March 5 (Oreat public exeitoment.
Column special in all daily papers).
Puok. E. Stone Wkkjins, Ph.D., LL.
u At. 1) . D. D . v.Tc.
March K (The eve of the fatal dav).
n v. i iisTi t ;t t sn v.u ai v:v v.i a ).
C.I ST AND PROPHET, PROFESSOR
E. STONE WICdlNS, F. R. S., K. T.,
LL. D.. M. D.. F. R. (i. $., ETC.. ETC.,
March 9 (No storm). Wiggins.
March 10 (Loud cries of "Who is he?"
"Look him ii)!" "Hang him!" etc.)
THE GREAT GERMAN
KHIi'vi'S nml cures
HACK A4 II K,
II 14 PA ( I! K, TOOTHACHE,
Soreneu, Cull, Bruiiat,
lU KVS, Al.ltl,
And nil oilier hmllly m-lit
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold hy nil PniKglM kihI
pi'Hli-r. IMi'tH'tiiins In 11
The Charles A. Vogelcr Co.
Kiiihwum w A VlMIH.m k I'll.)
II n 1 1 1 nioi r, n il . , tl . N. A .
T. LOUIS & ST. PAU
Fine Side-Wheel PaaeetiKer Steamer
Jt-nwn BT. LOOM, HANNIBAL. QTINOT.
KBOKUFt BURUN'OTOW. ROCK fBLANO.
LACROU8S, 8X. AUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
SI. Paul Purliffltr. nt Ht. Lonla mnn Mandar.Wad
Dilny Had t rulnr, m 4 p.m. (Jnlnrr i Kookuk Pava
ei liuwa Ht. Lnnladnllr, Hiindnr'imptnd.ntt p.m.
Kx. iirajonTukotaatluw rntaato Ht. Paul. Lake
HI Innntooka anil nil Northro Snromar Rmortii. IMmct
anl i'hpiMit.ronti o Dakota. Mrnitannand Manitoba.
for llluatratud Oulda lluok, tlmn tithlm, nnrnxouar
andfralKht rnt, and othur Information, adilronfc
Wharfbotfootol01laau, HT. LoUIBTilOL
NhsIivIIIp, rartueali & Cairo racket.
Xhu vli!Knt uuil iuiUIIhI atviimur
B. S. BI-IliA.,
J. B.TYNRH MitntiT
IHLI.T UCU8TON Clerk
LtuiYoa (.'alro ovory Monday at i p. m. for Nanli-villa.
1 1 Diminnn:mnacinnrij
1 1 uliiiiL ouiiuimnunm-j J
Nashville, TaducaliA Cairo U. 8. Mail
W. II. CIIliRRY,
PINK DUK8 ...Mumof
J OL-I.Y HARD mm . M.t,.M.tCli,rk ,
Loavaathli port awry WadnatdayaU p.m. for
MMhvtlle. . i j i
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LA0E CURTAINS,
You find at
F. V. ROSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
1 1 1 "Biwawir,iiirnii, nu vuiitri'uii iitru lUUt u
v w minna onnllal fix iha an tf ntA 1 1 a.. .
rTtf aavi n ,'i'v y mo ruiita..n ri m risnoirutrj xo inn vsry DQnet
Lnri fklntAiifc lnafnnly Dri IsTUB DAIBJt T mJtl oji niiUi
1 1 . M . 1 - t VBj 1
niwo kh'iai. nirtiiH unra or rtnewmaTlam. apraina. nrnuwi
Stiff Jointa. Nearalirla. Lame
Sore Throat, Pain in the
und Is tMiially efllraclons (or all
requiring a powenui uniusivu Miinuiaiii. , tco jYiTn-u Aimannn.
Ask your Druggist for It. . Frioo 50 cts por bottle trwT
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL, I. O
AftiT a Ifalny Kiili! a Comitry1 ! P!i si-
nan TcIIm Wliiit He Tliiiiks of
. Some rcoplo.
'I wieh to prurloiia noma ppcijilo wmilrt Uaru
when tliy mo'l a, doctor tail whan they d'n'l,"
exclaimed Doclyr 1C , m Ik- eult-rurt liin Imuac
in a coney lltUe ylllimo iu tlja iutarior of thu Bute
of New York, after a tedmtia night ridrt formatiy
mill'. I huts been down anions tho mountaltiH to
xue a man, who tha uieaceiifier aatd, wua very fii'k,
and not likely to live "t II mornltiu, allien lie had
Immi'dntu hip; aud found, him aufferlni; from a
rattier auarn attack of colic, which hla Limily
mht. have relieved Iu tun mlt.nlen, If ttmy had a
Cram of acneo and two or three simple remedied In
thclioii'c Iltit ro; thfy inunt remain iiuorunt a
tgy an i when the Icart ache or pain tnkegthem,
wnd for a1 doctor, who! her they ever pay blqi or
'Why, Doclor, what kind of alinplc remedlen, ai
yon call them, do yon expect people to keep Iu the
honac?"' naked h! wile, as ahu poured him a cup
of hot lea. ' i , , -
"Iu thia cae,", anaweted the Doctor,! "If they
had only put BKHMorV CAP01NK .POKOUb
PLASTEKou tho mau'a stomach, ht) would have
tu'ea all riwht In au hour, and aaved me a dreary
In all ordinary complaint It cun-n at once.
AU diaeaaea ar eliminated from the syicm by
what may ho rutiijhly called expulKlon or extrac
tion, or by a union of tho two proceaea. lire
on Plaater promote hotb. It Incite tli torpid
ordain) to act,and aerida lla healing, aoolblug in
It'ience tlironb the myriad pure of thu tklii, All
other plnMcr oblige the patient to wait. Thej
iflvehlin hope for to morrow. BeDaon'a plaHter
give blm help to day. Which la better, do you
think! Huy the CAPC'INK and keep It in the
houiio. Trice "'i cent,
benliilry 4 Johnon (hernial. New Yrk.
VROSEVTOOD 71 Oct. piANO,
UPRIGHT foot. I'iaim.
ilfor au 18
A7v Stop Organ.
CHAPEL ORGAN, 170.
JTtirKiKHOH ft Co., I't
Wo.tllth Pt. K Y.
'"V ril1""' 11,0 '" "weeping hy, ko
I J 111 1 F I 'anil dare hulnrv yen die, wiiip
I 11 I t!lllnt n'lvhty and auhllme
I I) Ijlk J I l"ave behind toconqnurllme,"
fiitla week In your own town.
Five Dollar oiillit rron. No
rlak. EvurylliiiiR bew. Capllal not. required. We
will furnish roil evrylhlni;. Mhiiv are mnkiiiK
ortiinea. Ladle make aa much aa men. and lxy
and dlrla make ereat pay Header, If you want
huaineaa at w hich you can make irreat pay all i lie
lime, write for parucul.irmo 11. lULLKTi' & CO
i 617 St, Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A i'K"lai fJi'0'lmiw of Iwa ineclleal
rulli-l;. -, III. hi-i'li Iohki-I' MltllliJi'il 111 till' tl'illl
nii'iil ol' ( .'hrottic, Ncrvoun, It 1 1 1 mill
IIIoimI lUt.ot'H ih'iu anv olhi-r iilivNlrlnn lii
SI. I.oiiIk, na cllv pHiKi' -Uaw iuhI nil nl'l rc-l.
drill know. CiiiHiilliilInn ..I ulllrr nr a liiull,
free nml Invited. A li'londly tiilk or till niiiluii
riKl4 nollilntr. U'lti ii II Is liiPinn -enliMil tovlslt
the eltv .nr In iilirii'iil, iiii'illelueH eun Ihihi-iiI ,
liy in ii II or expi'i'n eviT whrre. ('urahle ca-i-a
triiuranlt'i'il: where doubt exist It Ik irnnkly
aiaieii. fail or Writ".
Nnrvouii Prostration, DabiUty,Montal and
Fhyaical Wnaknaas, Mercurial and other
offeotions of Throttt,Skinand Bonn, Blood
Impuritioiijand JJlood Pojnkjuffoo
tions, Old Soroa andUloor, Impedlmantg to
Marring. Rheumatltm Piles. Speelal
attontion to cases from ovtr-woriad hraln.
SURGICAL CASES melvs ipwlaljMioB.
Diseases arising from Imprndanoes, Exotssoij
Indul(fncs or Expoiuras.
It la elf-vldent Hint a ihvlelMl paying
partleular attenllon to a clic- ol eie.ea Klliihis
Kreat Hklll, and phvalelau I" reK'ilar prnelleu
all over the eounlry kimwlnit tlil, freiHMMiily
reeninmeiid eawalu the nlclmlofllee In America.
wIhtc every kimwii appllanee I remirteil to.
ami the tiroveil nnixt riiiiiia ol all
am'aiiiii'unlile'i are ni "l. A whole houie I
ii wd forultlee niiiMin's, ami all aretri'iiled with
nklll In a i'e Hill niitiinei'i ami, kuliiK
what In dn. iiocMi'i'lliienlK lire iiiieli. On ac
enunt of the irreat number aiilylnir. the
elmine" lire kept lew. oileii lower than I
ilnnanderf bv oilier If vou eeurn the akl'l
nml getaapeedy and pei lert UH eure, that la
the Tuipiirianti miller, I'uuiphlut, 80 puiieb.
aciil to auy aoiirei iree.
puts ! MARRIAGE GUIDE.! PAG6?!.
H.laiant cloth and Rllt bliidljiK, Healed for SO
rente In pOHlnite or iMireney. Over fl fly won
. rterful pen pletiire li uiilo lll'o , Brliol on llin
Hillowlnir aultjeeta. Who may marry, wlmnnt!
whyr lronrainrtmarn i W be marry Hrt.
Slaiihooil, 'oiunhood. DlVkleal decay. no
alionld marry. ' Howlin. and happluw miy bo
Inereaw-d. Thnna nuinled or roiilitiplII"
narrvlna vhould read. IU lit miahnobaread
Cy aft adult x iom, then k-it uni
ey. Polmlar eilll ion, tarae a alwv
ailult 'i"n. men a"in uihht -u-j
Polmlar edit ion, tane a alv, hut papa i
and HO pag'. Si cuU Uy BiaiU tu HUM
WH IT R
A ixiWtrrfnt iiifiiiiiaLiitii (iitii-
pnsed mostly of KsHential Oils
il lio most W'nPtratlncr I.inlmpnt
. a a M a
Back. Cramns. Tooth-Ache.
Limbs r iu any purt ol tho (System
palm in (bo Stomach and Bowela,
N & W AUVKHTIMKMKNTH.
'AGENTS WANTED oi
I auluHinen, out rutallera,)
in every village ana
City In Uie U.S. to sell our
A MarvtUnu Huocai I
)S AttmcUve adrertlilna
I A lk. Kmnk inr
matter free. One pront
auved to the retailer.
For 'Me. wa wUl send
D.&,poatHlil.aHiiiimple..'t'U'KCK t lOARM.
BCUNULL & KitAU.luuUauapoUa.Iud.
to anv atnoknr Id tha
Due.ideil oplnioio't'xprueiied in lantanRe that can
he luidcriioiiri ; ti.e irotnpieal,' fiill-T and mot ac
i urat iiilcllli.'1'iic" of whaltver in the wide world la
woilhatle lion 'Vbt i hal'evi rvliodv I eure
to find in any odit oil of Til l SUN . rVo.ctiption:
I aji v (I piifeci, hv mail, r..V. a month, or A SO
a year; .iikda v i paaen), Jl.'.l) per year; W'sittLT
(8 iinee1, $!.! per year. .-
I . W. KOL.VSO, I'lilitixhcr. New Y rkClty.
DlViiliCKS.Ni, puiieliy; reaidenti' of any
Maie.1 lni rrtlon.i Son Hnpport, Advice and
at'pllralirinH for tamp.' ' W.- II . LEE, Att'y, SIS
llr adway, N . Y.
VCF, will thit ibor ruTtM fnr tny rn,n tt Uvr Compltlol
TvwnM, St-k Hfulicln, i.ilitriUflii,Coiisiirtll'ii or Coativtutu,
wm 'mnt cnr with Wrfi't iCLtni la l.ltr I'll!, hrn th dirrc
liuiilftiw itiu'lly compiled wtikt. l!iyrt purely t Uliit, Hid
nvr Cnil tu (iiv knliafiaCtiOTl. Hit? Cofctril. .rg htttt, coft
Utuli. iiO i-,DU. 1 wr .y J1 a.-ii.l.. IWwftr of
emiiilrrlflu au;cl linllli..n. Tlit vriiuii.a hitiiutucltirnt uitly bf
JOHN C. WKST A :n.( IM A 1-1 UuMt-n Chkff
VfM IritJ Vivj iriL ly um 'ifa.il till rf- iiftuf 3 vtBltLtUi.
Health Js .Wealth!
, j l j BAajU
Da K. ('. Wkst'h Nehvk and Hn.UN TnicAT.
mknt, a uarHntel apecifin for HyKterin, DizzU
neHa, t'oiivulaiona. Vita. Nervoua NouralKia,
ileadarhn, Nervfiua Frontr-ation cnuaed by the use
of aluolml. or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Ue
preKsion, SoftnniiiK of the Hmin resulting in in
sanity and lending to miaery, docay and death,
I'remHluro Old Atio, Hurrotineas, Ixiea of power
in either Hex, Involuntary Loaae and Hperiust
orrluwi eauwd liyovor-exertion of the brain, self
abuse or ovor-iiidnlneace. Each box contains
one inniith a treatment, $l.la box, or eix boxea
for$.'i.(iti,aent by mail prepaid on receipt of price,
WK I'AKATKK HIX HOXKH
To cure any caw. With each order received byns
for aix boxee. ai-eompanied with 5.tW, we will
send tlm pureiiiiHor onr written (jnarnntee to raw
fund I lie money if tlia treatment does not efleel
a euro. lumrnn'eHB iuxued uu ly by
I'riik'iciHt, Coj, Conimerrlnl ave. A ISlh at., Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
lh IlnKHrd lialTHDloHhlald
HDd ourotnar Klectrolial.
vhhIc na AlAiouttlo Appli
ance and (larmanta ara a
Itr, raralyil, luiaumatum
of VlliilBnnrar, Overwork
mi Hmln. Wtmk Hark, Kid
nay. Llvar, and Htomat-h
' i-nmiilnlnt. and are adapt
ed to ElTIIKIl Hkx, 1'haaa
vary lalaat Im
prnvad, and ao
from halt nod all
other, a they
aclui, vaaung DO
anrca, nor Irrlta
linn of the klo
raa lw worn at
work aa well aa
nwt only notice
able to wearar.
ent ataaea ot all
I 01 imuniit. I lioee ror MEN ONLT lit nnca reaon
tha aaat ol dlneie, aa they net dlrwt llpoD Nervoua,
MtiRculiir, and (l,.neriitlv renter, apeedily reetorlntf
thavltitllty whiuh la Klaetrlelty drained from the
tern hy aicew or InitlerretloD. tll"y thu In a aalnral
way nverconie ttia weaknaat without dniaalng tha torn
ach. They will cure every onaa thnrt ol etmctnral de
generation, and wn are (ireeured to ftirnUh tha moat
emphittie and ebohite pmof to uport our clalma,
lllniiiHled Pamphlet Frea.oraeDtaHeled tnrtki poataH.
OomulUtloa ( AMKRICAN OALVANIO CO.
Tmk Isvltel 3i2N.eth8t., ft. Loula.M"
Nmnoone, fniw Nei-ve-l.lft', Htreimth mid
Yitpn-1 Is a posillvi' lesturallve forth Loa of
Maul Viifor In YounK, Middle-Aged nd
Old Men, no nialter from IkiI cuuso, Jii Ner
voua Dubtltty, Exhaustion, Impotenoy,
Seminal Weakness, ami kindred ailments,
llili ht indard Remedy la aeertain eure.and
to all aueh aiilleiers, who send a statement of
their Ipnii'lei, a iiiuntlty snilli'lent to prove Its
vlrlne will ho sent, Free of Coat. Address,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL c6.,
P.O. Box 2404. St. Louis, MO.
JOHNSON'S ANOOVNI LINIMINT 1U
JiHltlvely prevent thin terrlia dlaa, and will pnat
Irelyourenln eaaaa on of (en, InfortnaMen that
will eave. many II vee, acnt free by Biait Don's delay a
snnmaim i-rvemion iarriruieoFi. n.junN
H n a n, jioaion, aAnn,, rormeriy iumios,Bi
rumumr iiaunva nummm