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All Comtnunlcationi should be addressed to
K. A. Bl'KNKTT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
iUj 4 tli, Oo. L')Ur, et. ux. to II. E
Spauldin, trustee; trust deed, dated
March 2Cth. 1843, for lots numbered 21
end 22, in block numbered 45, io the first
addition to the city of Cairo.
i ).. T Tl'A in Q an.1 T Ttirrl.
.Jill, Aiiaicn v. imu iu uu ,i wiu(
warranty deed, dated February 24th, 1833,
for lots numbered 16, 17, 33, 33 and 34, io
block numbered S3, in the city of Cairj.
James V. Campbell et. ux. to Elsie Her
bert; warranty deed, dated April 27th,
1883, for lot numbered 3 in block num
bered 3,in the city of Ctiro, and lot number
ed 3, io block numbered 3, in railroad addi
tion to the city of Cairo.
7th, Mary 8. Burns to Jesse M. Ireland,
et. ux.; warranty deed dated April 2d, 1883,
for five acres part of southeast quarter ol
southeast quarter of section 1, township 16,
County clerk of Alexander county to
George R. Lnntz; deed dated January 15th,
1883, for lots numbered 31, 33, and 33, in
block numbered 21 in the first addition to
the city of Cairo.
9th, County clerk of Alexander county to
Alex. II. Irvin; tax deed dated May 9th,
1883, for northwest quarter and northeast,
quarter of section 23, township 14, range U.
Jno. Hodges et. ux. to W. W. Ireland;
warranty deed, dated May 1st, 1883, for
ninety feet off west end of lot nnrabered
10, in block numbered 14, in Hodges'
10th, Alex. II. Irrir et. ux. to Samuel J.
Ilumm; quitclaim deed dated May 10th,
1883, for northwest quarter and northeast
quarter of section 23, township 14, range 3.
Adelia A. Harrel and husband to George
G. and D. II. Parker; special warranty
deed dated May 2d, 1883, tor lots number
ed G, 7 and 9, in block numbered 83, in the
first addition to the city of Cairo.
County clerk of Alexander county to N.
B. Thutlewood ; tax deed, dated May 10th,
1883 for lots uumbered 15 and 16, in block
numbered 80, in the city of Cairo.
David A. Burns to Mary J. Burns; war
ranty deed, dated February 14th, 1883, for
three acres part of southeast quarter of
northeast quarter, section 1, township 16,
Joseph Pullet to Mary E. Burns; war
ranty deed, dated April 21st, 188.3, for one
acre, part ot southeast quarter of north
east quarter, section 1, township 16,
II. C. Barkhouse et. ux. and J. A. M.
Oibbs et. ux. to Jno. White; special war
ranty deed, dated April 21st, 1883, for lots
numbered 5, 0, 7, 8 and 9, iu block num
bered 3, in Thebes.
10th, Master in chancory to Nathan L.
Martin; deed dated May 10th, 1833, for
northwest quarter of northeast quarter ot
section 18, township 16r range 2.
Master in chancery to Enterprise Saving
Bank; deod, dated May 10th, 1883, for
southwest quarter of northeast quarter of
section 1, township 16, range 2.
17th, Lander Manufacturing company to
Josso M. and Mell Ireland; warranty deed,
dated August 3Ut, 1882, for lots numbered
2 and 3,in block numbered 8, and lot num
bered 2, in block numbered 8, in Hodges
raulino Coon and husband to Alex. N.
Taylor; quitclaim deed, dated November
20th, 1878,for lot numbored 6 In block num
bered 1, in the third addition to the city of
Alex. N. Taylor to Chas. E. Baughman;
special warranty deod,datod May 7th, 1883,
for lots numbered 8 and 6, in block num
bered 1, in the third addition to the city of
Paulino Coon to Chas. E. Bauijliman;
quitclaim deed, dated May 7th, 1883, for
lot uumbered S,ln block numberod l,lu the
third addition to tbacity of Cairo,
jf kssipil y
. W. P. LaMrdik, river editor ol i'as BtTLLiTm
nd steamboat passenger agent. Ordori for all
kiudsofslsarahnat Job printing aollelled. Office
at Mower's Ktiropoan Hotel. No. It Ohio levee.
- Tho Ella Kimbroutfh will leave here this
morning with a large party of excursionists
for Capo Girardeau. She will leave tho
wharf at 7 o'clock. There will be none but
orderly and respectable persons permitted
to go on the boat Storer's brass band will
accompany the party and there will also be
a fine string band on board. If you wish
to spend a pleasant day take the Kimbrough
for the Cape this morning.
The Will 8. Hays from New Orleans
will report here early this morning tor Cin
cinnati, The Vint Bhiriklefrom Memphis for Cin
cinnati this evening.
The Jas. W.Gaff from Cincinnati is due
here early this morning for Memphis. See
Passenger Agent W. F. Lambdin and get
Tho City of Providence and the Hudson
pasted up last night for fit. Louis. They
both had a good trip.
Look out for the Ii. S. Rhea this cveuing.
Sho leaves here to-morrow morning at 10
Yesterday was cloudy and warm all dsy.
A tine shower of rain fell early in the fore
noon which was worth a great deal to the
The W. I. Halliday from St. Louis will
report here to-night and leave for New Or
The Pans C. Brown is considerably be
hind time, but will surely report here this
morning. She Is destined tor N. O.
The Ella Kimbrough will leave here to
morrow morning lor New Madrid with the
view of making tri-weekly trips from here
to that point.
Ministers' Sons as Journalists.
The lain Samuel J. Modill is unwed
ed as mnmiging editor of tho Chicngc
Tribu nc by Robe; t W. Patterson, Jr.,
who has successfully discharged tht
duties of the position for sometime past.
Mr. Patterson is a voting man of greal
promise, who graduated at William
College in 1871, and is a son of Kev. Dr.
Patterson, of Chicago, which remind
me to remark upon the number ol
ministers' sons who go into the news
paper business and their prominence in
it. To mention only a few names that
occur to me as I write, there uro Mel
ville E. Stone, the editor of the Chiengc
Xcws; M. P. Handy, managing editor ol
the Philadelphia 1'res.s; Chester S. Lord,
managing editor of the New York Sun
and Solomon B. (iritlin, managing ediloi
of tho Springfield (Mass.) Republican
none of whom is far along in the thir
ties. Then, as was recently pointed on
to "Sub Rosa," the (Jilders, of the New
York Herald, Critic, and t'aitury fame
are children of a minister, and the list
might easily be lengthened. Washing
Young men who think they must ac
cumulate a fortune before marrying and
who aro fretting Wcnu.se of their inabil
ity to do so will be somewhat snqnised
and consoled to learn that one of our
most substantial fanners on being mar
ried twelve years ago, had to borrow
the money to pay for his marriage li
cense, and not having a decent suit ot
clothes, the young lady whom he was to
marry tore the wool from a sheepskin,
spun, wove and made him a suit ot
clothes, and he i.s now worth J?.rj,(XH) and
any merchant in the county would jump
at a chance to sell him goods on time.
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
for tho season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whoso medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use, tho
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the feeble and health to the sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides are or perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
foet high, jutting out hero and there in
fantastic shapes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths are continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN AKTIFtCIAL LAKE
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 tho other is
a gradual slope from tho hills, the whole
covering several acres of ground.
"No. 1" the ''Iron Spring" has properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a speciflo for malaria.
"No. 2" the"MagneBia,"is a never failinir
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and tho "Alum Spring" does
tho best sorvlco as a wash for eruptions or
disoaso of tho skin.
Anew bath house is by no meunB tho
least among tho latest additions.
Tho cottages have been thoroughly renova
tod; the buds 'aro furnished with mattresses
and springs; now cottages havo boon built;
the dining-room is large and airy and tho
kitchen is in charge of a first-class steam
boat cook all, for tho summer, at $8.00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
loparate table, half price.
PartioB from Cairo can tako an early
break tast at homo or at Vienna and arrive
at . tho Springs in tlmo for dinner; faro
across by hack 75 cunts or by private con
veyance for thrco or more 75cts. to 1 1. 00,
trunks extra. J. E. Lemon, Prop. '
P.O. Allen Springs, III.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
PECK'S BAD BOY.
But I got even with pa for basting me
this morning, and I dasent go home. You
see ma has got a great big bath sponge, as
big as a chair cushion, and this
morning I took tho sponge and
filled it with warm water, and
took the feather cushion out of the
chuirpasits in at the table, and put the
sponge in its place, and covered it over
with the cushion cover, and when we all
got set down to the table pa come in and
set down to to the table and sat on It to
ask a blessing, ne started in by closing
his eyes and placing his hands up in front
ot him like a letter V, and thi n ho beaan
to ask that the food we were about to par
take of be blessed and then he was going
on to ask that all of us be made to see tho
error of our ways, when he began to bitch
around, and he opened one eye and looked
at me, and I looked as pious as a boy can
look when he knows the pancakes are get
ting cold, and pa he kind of sighed and
said "Amen" sort of snappish, and got up
and told ma be d'.dn't feel well, and bIio
would have to take hiB place and pass
around sassage and potatoes, and he looked
kind ofscartand went out with his hand
on his pistol pocket, as though he would
like to shoot, and ma she got up and went
around anti sut in pa's chair. The Bpnnge
didn't hold more than half a pail full of
water, and I didn't want to play no joke on
ma, cause the cats nearly broke her up, but
she sat down, and was just going to help
me when she rung the bell aHd called tho
hired girl, and said she felt as though her
neuralgia was coming on, and she would
go to her room, and told the girl to sit
down and help Henry. The girl sat down
and poured me out some coffee, and then
she said: Howly Saint Patrick,-but I blave
the pancakes, are burning, and she went out
in the kitchen. I drank my coffee, and then
took the big sponge out of the chair and
and put the cushion in the place of it, and
then I put the sponge in the bath room,
and went into pa and ma's room ond asked
them if I should go after the doctor, and
pa hid changed his clothes and got on his
Sunday pants, and he said, "never mind
the doctor, I gue83 we will pull through,"
and for mo to go out and go to the devil
and I camo over here. Say, there is no
harm in a little warm water, is there! Well,
I'd like to know what pa and ma and the
hired girl thought. I am the only really
healthy one there is in our family. Ex
tract from Peck's Bad Boy, published by
Sun Publishing Co. Sec advertisement in
Fon Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle
of Shi lob's Vitahzer. It never fails to
rffFast, brilliant and fashinoable are
the Diamond Dye colors. One package
1 to 4 lbs. of goods. 10 cents for any
Ye alllictcd why suffer loncer from Ca
tarrh, Hay Fever and Cold in Head when a
i-ure cure can bu had in Elys' Cream Balm?
rnce OK cents.
Apply into noBtrils with little finger.
The Sea of Oblivion
would luDu since have swallowed up SOZO
DON'T in common with so many forgotten
tooth pastes and den til rices, did not the ex
perieuce of a whole nation prove, that it
possesses signal advantages. It thoroughly
cleans the teeth, dissolving and removing
theii impurities; it revives their fading
whiteness and strengthens their relaxing
hold upon their sockets; it renders color
less, ulcerated gums hard and healthy; and
besides neutralizing an unsavory breath,
invests it with its own fragrance.
Mck a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sp"er's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the at;ed. Sold by druggists.
If vou need anv Camels. Laco nurtainu
and Window Shades it will be to your in
terest to call on Jb. W. Rosenthal & Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louis. '
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early docay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, pkek
ok charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
JosErii T. In man, Station D., New York
Chas. Alkins, Englewood, III., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured mo of malaria
from which I suffered a long timo."
jtfuckiea's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Geo. E
Disease, Propensity and P assion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organa; Allen's Brain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores
tho sufferer to his former vigor. $1. At
Wohk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can cam $3 to 7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Girls csn do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 197
Fulton Street, Now York.
I havo been a suflerer for yoars with Ca
tarrh, and under physcisn's treatment for
over a year. Elys' Cream Balm gavo mo
immediato relief. I believe I am entirely
cured. G. 8. Davis, First National Bank,
Elizabeth, N. J.
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY
To The WeHt.
There aro a number ot routes leadinir to
the above-meutioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
woith, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping CarB of the very
firest make aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas Citv Union Denot. nnRsenirera
for Kansas. Colorado. New Mexico and C&l-
lf?rnis "orinfjct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection 1b made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroutn to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion ol Missouri and Nebraska. Send lor
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kinsan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
A Nasal Injector tree with each bottle
of Shiloh's Cataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
A IOHITIVK t'L'KK
1 j I rt
Catarrh and Hay
Ann utile to I .
foi.n in Tin: li K a li.
IIi'Diliti lle & llriirnt'S-'
or any knn of mucin,
m. iu l.rntiHl irrlin'lou.
Irillumu.l and rouuli
mirfacen A pnpiim
tlon of tiiuloiibti'il
merit. Apply by thu
little n.igcr lhl'r llir
uoi-trila. will lie
nbourlie'', effect i nil v
CIPHIirinK tlie iih n I
tioacai'es ot catarrhal
fir. a. raimlui; healthy Tret:ori. it allay in
flammation, p-otecta the niemliran.il llnlnt'" nf the
bead from additional conn, completely iieam inc
tore and reatorra the ri'iiHO of tame an d amiill.
Beneficial remits are realia-d by a lew applica
A TlIOHOtJGII TKKATMEST W ILL i.l HKI
Cream balm ha i-alned an euvlablu reputation
wherever known ; dinplacln g all other preparation.
Send for circular conlttnlun full It. formation ami
reliable testimonial. IS, null, prepaid, DO cent
a package stamp received, .sold by all whole
lale mid retail drugtrtrtt.
ELY'SCKK AM BALM CO., Owego, N. Y.
That smart men average Jl.on to SH 00 per day pro
fit, eell nil the "Pocket Manual," The moat ni arvel
Ion little volume ever anced. Needed, endorsed
and purchated by all c!aHea; nothing in the book
line ever equal to It. Will prove it or forfait $r 0.
Complete lample and outfit fV c . or lull parti
cular for tanm. Don't ran out aiiain until vou
learn what I cam or tni noon gnu wnaininer
are doing. W. H. THOMPSON, Publisher, 401
Arch btnet, Philadelphia, Pa. apr83 n
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. - - - Illinois.
JAS R. SMITH. EUBKIITJl. l-W.Tn.
Grand Central ' Store.
CAIRO. - ILL.
T. LOUISA ST. PAUf
PACKET COMPANY'8 I
necMc-U2btaC?vV.S.)fiU Uao U
Fine Side-Wheel Passenger Steamer
Between ST. L0TJI8, HANNIBAL. QTJINCT.
KBOKUK, BURLINGTON, ROCK ISLAND.
DAVKNPORT, CLINTON, DI'HUQUH. '
LACR068K, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Ht. I'anl Pnrknta lmra Ht. Louis every Mondny.Wad.
uwtaraiitl Friday, t4 p.m. Quloejr A Keokuk Paok
etalaaraHt. I,omi dully, Hundny i.llL hH p.m.
Excursion Ticket Ht low rate to Ht Paul, Lake
-Mlnnouinkaandall NorthmNiimmf Itorti,. IMnwt
aod chtwiwrt nut to pakntA. Montana and ManltolM.
For lllu.lratml Guide Hook, tlmatnhlea, vnmramc
Ad frsiHht ratoa, and othnr Information, Bdclrwia,
ST. IOUIUA ST. PAUL PACKET OO,
The flue pamenRor and freight steamer
Loaves Cairo rvury Monilav, Wednesday and
Friday morning, at 9 o'clock for New Madrid and
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
Tho elegant and palatini steamer
B. S. RHEA,
J.8. TVNItlt Master
HILLY UCU8TON Clerk
Leaves Cairo o very Monday nl 4 p. m. for Nash
ville. Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. 8. Mail
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK DUKH Matter
JOLLY 1IAKD Clerk,
Leaves tula port svery Wednesday at p. ot. for
MMkvUl. v ' .
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
f. w. "Iiosbn"th:a.Ij,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
kkw drops applied to tho surface
;tnd almost Instantly RELIEVE
nor dlsoolor the Skin, or le.ivo
has NO KQruLfortho Cnra of Rheumatism, Sprains. Bruises,
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia. Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limbs "riu any part ol tlio System
and is equally cfllcatrlous for all pains In the Stomach and Bowels,
rciiulriiiK a IKJwcrful diHuslvo stimulant, rice Merri'lr Almminr
sk your Druggist for It. l'rlco 50 cts
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholenl Druggist, 8T.
After a Rainy KMe a Country I'hjM
ciaii Tells What He Think or
"I wish to gracious some puoplu would li'arn
whi'U thcry mod a doctor and whim tl.uy don't,"
exclaimed Doctor E , as he enicrud his house
Id a corny little vitiligo In tho interior of tho State
of New York, after a tedious nllit rldo for many
mlk'S. I have boen down amonit the mountain to
sue a man, who the messenger said, was very sick,
and notllkoly tollyo 'till morning, nnlvss tie had
Immidiau help; aod fouud him snflVrliiK from a
ratner sharp attack of colic, which bis family
tn'.ght have relieved in tun mluuies, If they hud a
grain of senrt' and two or threo simple remedies In
thehoiiiie. Hut no; they must remain lunoruntas
piRd, au1 when tho least ache or pitin tnkesthem,
send for s doctor, whether they ever pay him or
"Why, Doctor, what kind of simple remedies, as
you call thoiu, do you expect people to keep In tho
honsuV asked his wife, as she (toured bits a cup
of hot tea.
"In this case," snswerud tho Doctor, "If they
hadoulyput a BENSON'S CAPCINK I'OROUS
PLASIKHou the man's stomach, he would have
buuu all rtvht in an hour, and saved mo a dreary
In all ordinary complaints it cures at once,
All diseases ars eliminated from the syxtem ly
what maybe roughly called expulsion or e it rue
Hon, or by a usion of the two proccssis. Ben
son's Plaster promotes both. It incites the torpid
orgsus to act, and sends its healing, soothing in
fl'jonco through the myriad pon.'s of tlm skin, AH
other plasters obllite the patient to wait, They
give him hope for to-morrow. Benson's plaster
give him help to day. Whlco. Is bettur, do you
think? Buy tbu CAI'CINE and keep It lu the
bouse. Price 25 emits.
Seahury & Johnson. Chemists, New Y'rk.
W "ROSEVTOOD fi Oct. PIANO.
"i?4 vSti') Organ.
CHAPEL OHCAN, $70.
IltCKItlW'N CO., 1'J
rnol, lite is sweupliiK by, go
I'L II I land daro iielore you die, somt-
thing miclity and sublime
leave behind to conquer time."
SUSaweuk iu vonrown town.
Five Dollar ouifll fnm. No
risk. Everything new. Capital not required. Wu
will furnish you uvvrythlug. Many are making
fortunes. Ladles make as much as men, and hoys
and girls mako great pay Keiulur, If you M int
iiusltiuss at which you can make great pay all the
time, writa for particulars toll. llALLKTi' A CO
Vortlaud, Maine. ,
617 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular Oriulunte of twn ninllcal
colioti liaa lieeii lonK-i-r euiriiKed In tin- treat
ment of 'lironii', Nervous, HUin nn.l
ltloo.1 l)eane4 thmi any oilier lihvxlrl in In
Ht, I. on In, as rllv piiiet nml afl nlil r.l
ilentN know. on-iilliiMon ..I olllee or kf mall,
flee and Invited. A frleiiilly lalk or h li opinion
rusts iiotlilnir. When It In fueoii vntent lot Ml
the city .or trrnliiii'iit, medicine, rim he sent
hy mall nr i irei I'Vervwheri1. Cunilile ( u-
triiarauteeil i where doiilil exists it Inll'Mlikly
btiiled. C'll'l or Write,
Noryous Prostration, Bohili'.y,Mi:ntal and
Physical Weakness, M(ircurliti aioMicr
atfectlong of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurltlws and Blood Poisoning, SklnAfTnc
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marrii'co, Rheumntlun, Tiles. Spsojal
attention to ciuies from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES rncnive special attuntlon.
Dlsoasos arising iYom Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgeacas or Exposures.
ft Is telf-evlileiit that u iivlelnn paying
partleiilar alleiilloii Io at'lii-n oli'aes allalna
ureal kll, and pKvhIi Iiiik lu reiiiilnr prai lleo
nil over the cnuii'.rv knowing llil, ivnnienily
reeottiineiiil enicnln (lie olilett olllee III Aiuerlea,
where every kiiowu appliance Is resorted to,
ami till) prov.xl itoml i'iuli of all
sues and eoliuli'leii nie UM'il, A whole hull IS
used for olllee piiiixwea, snS all are Iri'iileil Willi
skill III n resi U'ul iniiliuei mid, knnwlng
what to do. no expi i lineiiN are iiiinle, On ae
lent lu any sddi'via free.
e 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE. I
KIsKiiut cloth ami uilt bliidliiK, He rh d fnr M
euta In noitami or currency. Over llltv won
cents In Ktaiii or currency. Over lllty won
ilerful lieu tile urea. I run to lilt' arltclenon til
ilerful pen pleiuret, ti ne In lilt' arllele.on the
, (ollowluu sulieet. Whniuav marry, who not
why' I'i-iii'er age loniiniv. ' Who marry llrtH,
anhiHiil, Womanhood, Plivleal decay, hit
should marry. Howl lie and liiipplneiay l
Inerested, Thonn tuairlvd nr coiilniiililatlii
Marrying lionlil read It. It diihIiUoIhi read
by all adult pei'wiit, then kept timlei ;lm-k and
key. Popular edition, same s lsve, but psH'f
tover and HUD puass, U veliU by mall, lu luvuut
rrjr--asiii n mr
conn; ot till' vrvu nninner h -1 v 1 1 1 m , um
rharsi's are kept low, ofieii tower than Is
demanded by olheri If you mi'iiiii I he rkl'l
Slid getaspeeily nml peil'eel III.' line, that Is
din IniiHii i;int luntlei'. 1m Iti ! Il 1c I. IM liiiuea.
A powerful iiieiuruUou eoiu-
powd mostly of Essential Oils
i n most penotnuinir Liniment
known. Ho concentrated that a
will Penetrate to the ver Bone.
PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing.
disagreeable effects of anv kind. It
AGENTS WANTED (not
J.X. Hi.liwmpn, but relullor,)
in ovory Village and
City In the U.S. to sell our
i A 1 0r. Smoke for 3c
i Attractive ailverlUluit
I matuir free. One Droilt
auved to the retailer.
For tlltn. we will send
to anv ftmnkpr In thA
C.&,postpnM.asnmplo,5:Ul!CK CIO A It.
. bCIl.NULl. kUAU, ludlanapuUs, Ind.
Til 10 Si IT T ONK MILLION'
11 1 J O U i a WEEK.
Decided opinions exprussed lu lannuagu that can
lie iindiT-tooil ; the iMoinpiini, fullest and tno.t ac
cuiat intelligence f whatever in thu wide world Is
woithiitl" tlon That is what cv.-rvliody la sure
to (lnd In any edit on of TliRSUN. hnhscrlptlon:
pAiir (1 pHges), hy mall,fi.rc. a month, or tii M
a year; Sumiav , pages), $li0 per year; Wkeklv
(H putt's., jl.oii per year.
I. W. K .fll.ANl), I'nlillhher, New Y rkf ity.
lllVOKCEK No pulillctly; rusidunt of any
J" Mate. Dessertlon, Non Support. Advice and
st plliatloiis i',ir stamp. W. II. LEE, Att'y, S19
llnailway, .N . Y.
VTC will tri fttav rrwftrrl for trf rw of Utr CfwipUtnl
PyfApilii, Huk HftvlMht, 1nlittiti'-n, Const ipttlon nrCotilvwnata,
wtcftiiuolcur wllii West' VeifrtxI'le Llfur I'llli. wttn tht iHrs
ttnnitrt) ttrWlly complid wttli. 'Ilirvar purely vt-Kflll, utt
ntTtrfttll to tfvt latufawlton. Hncr Cuftttsl. Lisrgt to its, coo
Utliili.if w tiill, V evaii. Vr wlf ly all drunru. bvwut of
auiMrrMu sjul lmlutl"tii. Tin (rrmln niiiiifctnrtl nly by
JOHN C. WhST A CM,, ft h i W. UadlMm Ht, Chlcf.t.
Vriv triki I'ukaittt ititit ly mill i-rftitluu rvctiilof ft S twut ilAiuts.
Health is Wealth!
Dh E. c. Wkht'h Nrnvit and Rbais Tpkat.
IMKNf, n RimrunUMHl spwilie for Hysteria, Dizii.
nitts, CoiivulHiinis, riU. Nervous Neuralgia,
Ilemliiche, Nervous Prostrntion cuuwxl hy the use
of uliioli.il or toliiiceo, WuknfiilnoHe, Mentnl J)o
liriwsioii, Hoflnniiig of tho Hruin n'snlting in in
sanity mid lending to niiaery, decay ami tlenth,
l'roiiiiiliiro Old Age, llirrenniHS, Lkm of power
in either sox, Involuntary Ijoaaes nndHpermat.
orrliu ii I'uiiNoif liyuver-oxortion nf thu bruin, s;lf
nlmao or cpvor-iiiiliilnonoii. 1'jicli box contains
mo tnnntli'M troutnii'iiU l.flB laix.or six boxes
fur (5,011, aunt by mini prppaidun ruciitof prico.
WtJ il'AnAXTt:K MIX MOXKs
To cure tiny ruse.' With csch order received by us
for nix lioxiw. iiccomiiunied with (Mx wo will
send the imruliawr our written Buarantee to
fund tho money if the treatment does not eflocl
euro. CiuumnUM'B UsuiHloiilyby
II Alii tY W. SOIIUII.
Druitulst, Cor. Coinmiirciul ave. A lHlh St., Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERCY?
Thn Howard Onl.anlo Hhiaht
ilo and Mmiootlo Aliplt
ssand OarnwoM am
h our for N rvousl Islill
Vital t.i'-WT. Overwork
llrala, VVmik lliu-k, Kid
y, Llr, and HloraiuU
niilnlnls, and arsaduiK
10 hJTIIKH HKXi Thm
vsrx latMt in
proviHt, nml an
from twits aod all
nthMrs, as thsy
nolds, raaslng oo
Mim, nnr Irrlta
tloo ofth skin
ran be worn at
work as wsll a
sIiIh to waarsr.
stnaes of all
Is nf Iwunllt. Tliose for MEN ONLY nt one resell
the mill ol dlmmiiit, as l.liey aet illrtnl luo Nsrvnus,
MiiM-iilar, mid I i.-tiorol I iVnilsra, siwrnllhr rvatnrlnii
Ilia vitality which t Klwtrli lly dralnort fromlh
tm by sii'mss or Indl.erntlon., they thus In a nalural
Way uvMreomo tha wnnlinmis wllhoiit driiuulntf ths sloin'
null, They will enrn nvHry ciiKn short of structural d
HenerHtlon, ami wa ar pre-i'insd lo furnl.h ths aioat
niniihiitlo anil nhtnliitn tiroof to snpiiort our claim.,
tlliiatrnled 'muibli't Vree.nr Bant sealed I or So uUii,
Coniultttloa I AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
rrss Invited I 3 1 8 N. 0th St., tLouls.M
Notiroaono, (now NVrve-l.lff, Hironulh and
' I Hi il-1 la ,i tHinillvo roatonillvii for Ihe Lois of
Munly Vigor In Young, Mlddlo-Aged and
Old Mon, no iiiulter li'mu v. lull cause. In ner
vous Dublllly, Exhaustion. Impotency,
Seminal Wnnknrss, ami klmlred allmeiils.
Ilili bttndnrct Romody Is a oerUin oure.iind
In till siieli aullerei s, who scud a statement of
tlii'lr troubles, a quantity siifllelent fo prove Its
Vlrluu will be sent Free of Coat. Address,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO.,
P. 0 0x2404. It. Louis, Mo.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT !
Bnaltlval nmvMit this Urrllils disease, and will anak
tlTwIy cure nine eaata out of wn. Infoi-vmUnn thas
will aav. many llvrs, sent free 17 mall, ltou' delay a
MotiMtit. lnentloii ta tnr lor ITmd cure. I. SJolltSh
SON m, ItOMTtm, MASH,, formerly Bin!,!!..
wr 1 ir mi vurw. i.m.4
Faasxwsr' I'vaaaotrs) lliisi