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' No' Idle. tiOfs','; "
CONCLUDED KKOJI FOURTH PAOIC.
aiona, ue believed that tbo story was a base
fabrication, and sugiruBtod that the Sat. ba
fined the usual amount eight ccnta,
which was no ordered. The charge of 8gt.
Hornblower against 8gt. Lily, for intimacy
with members of an organization in antag
onism to the 14. 1. L. was called. Bgt. II
bolttR absent, Sgt. Lily asked perraiafion to
refute the charge; Ihig being granted, he
said that, while he did not deny the inti
macy, he would offer in explanation, that
In prosecuting sucli frieadsliipa he was
acting as detective for the N. I. L. and was
enabled thug tojjbtaju tithing of Interest
that might leak nut from their conversation,
collect tho sediment, hermetically "seal it,
and present it to tho club in such form as
to be acted upon. Ho further asked that
he be given credit for this conduct, and be
' called the banner member of the N. I. L
This, after some debate, was allowed, and
. be was decorated with a large leather mud
al, which was cut from the president's boot
leg. The secretary then road the request
of Sgt. Blank concerning tho right of " the
public to hire any conveyance. The prcsi
dent said he had carefully examined into
the matter, and, is view of the fact that so
many members of tho club ownuri private
conveyance, thought it would be infringing
od their rights ta ask the City Fathers to
pass any such ordinance. Sgt. Growler's
complaint in reference to the refusal of a
blue chip as cai-fare was noxt taken op.
The president remarked that be had given
the subject coceidoration, and had deter
mined that as these chips were issued with
the express understanding that their face
f alue would only be redeemed by five-cent
cigars or two cents and a half in cash, it
would be an infringement upon the rights
of the car company to ask that they be ac
cepted as fares, unless the directors of the
company were engaged in the tobacco bu
siness, and had wooden Indians for car
drivers. The president thea called the
vice president to the chair, and said he
winded to make a few remarkssto the club.
He said that the N. I. L. had been estab
lished for given purposes; but as other or
ganizttions in town were making quite a
Stir in other ways, by eagle fights into the
Empyrean, so to speak, this club was de
termined not to be outdone in any respect.
He therefore called upon those members who
thought they had Dramatic talent (here a
significant entile appeared upon uiojt faces)
to take part in a play. Several had been
u,'g(3ted to him, tuiti as "Fun on the
Baton Rouge," "The Bella of Cairo," "The
Star of the East," etc. But h believed in
undertaking what could assuredly be madd
a success, an 1 was determined that any
thing given under the auspices of this club
should be a success; and so he suggested
"Tao." This, he said, had been pUyed
from time immemorial; afforded full scope
for the talents of all, and gave considerable
choice as to costumes. It niiht be objec
ted that the club labored under some diffi
culty, inasmuch as there were no lady
members; but be thought we hal some
gentlemen of sufficiently feminine appear
ance to present the play in irond shape,
when Jre8so l in female attire. IIk ii'okk
AT SOME LENGTH OF TBK DIFFICULTIES 1JJ
VOLED, THB NKCKtMIir THAT OKK FERSON
SHOULD BK ABSOLUTE DIKKCTOH, etc., and
illustrated his meaning by refehng to points
that came un' .r his own observation in
Kentucky. lie spoke of Atlanta,
who did not succeed iu his play,
because , she allowed her at
tention to bo diverted by trivial objects ; and
of the tavor in which the play hal been
held by the Ancients, when it always form
ed part of the Olympian Games. Tms
PKBCU WAS EMINENTLY PRACTICAL AND
FCLL OF EXCELLENT SUOOIU'HONS, AND
MADE A BTItONO IMPRESSION UPON THE
listeners. After some discussion, the whole
matter was referred to a committee consist
ing of 8gts. Dasher, IIuMcman and Uanna
man, who were ordered to report fully at
the noxt meeting as to tho feasibility and
probable cost of hiring the Cotton Compress
for an exhibition of this character.
There being do further business, the pres't.
suggested that Sgt. Rattler offer some sub
ject, literary or otherwise, for the considers
tion of the club. The gentloman said that
a dobate might provo interesting, and offer
ed the following topic: a
"Resolved that tho presence of mud in
our streets is of bcrjoht to Cairo, and that
our City Father! he requested to take mess
ures for its continuance." ; , . , s
The president accented this, and
ppointed BgU. . . . Lily, - and Frizo
out to ariruQ in the affirmative and
8gts. Swell and Bluff In the negative. Sgt.
Lily opened tho debate with a brilliant and
glowing description f fJiio mud, in its
.Esthetio and other lorms; and bis bare-of-
tone voice and elegant gush made listoning
most delightful. Bgt. Swell followed for the
negative, and laid ho feared to disgust tho
finer sensibilities pf his hearers by dissect
ing too minutely the arguments of tho gen
tleruan who bad pieceded him, and show
ing Up the clime which' was the rcsldium
of this JSathotlo (t) mud. ' Continuing, he
poke of the differonce in tbli respect be
twoen Cairo "and eastern cities notably
Boston. He said that the presence of mud
ia our streets prevonted that notty appear
ance of a gentleman's foot-gear which was
o desirable; that here, ooo was compelled
to wear cow-hide boots and British bote, In
stead of silk stocking! and low out shoes,
I as in Boston; also that it interfered with
the iHKH of a gentleman that in wearing
clothes ot tine texture, mud from putting
vehicles would destroy them, and so a man
had to go about in coarse clothes, as though
)ie never had been used to anything better;
or else to be Bested in his carriage continu
ally. In closing he said, "Oh 1 Bun too I can
I ever forget thee!" Thia brought Sgt.
Frizeout indignantly to his feet. lie inado
the sensation of the evening, by his inimi
tublo burlesque upon 8gt. Swell. lie said
that it would bo best for the .Esthetic gen
tleman who had just Hpokui to go round
the city on stilts, or hire a baloon for his
personal use; or that, money being no ob
ject to him, he might build on elevated
railroad, in which case the mud would not
trouble him at all. lie said that if any
gentleman wished to become a walking
advertisement for his boot-maker or hosier,
he should build a little city on high ground,
so as to be euabled to p tiiinhulate iu the
costume that suited him. With all due
deference to the hub of tho universe, the
iiuunun kicked up by this gentleman over
the mud ot Cuiro was anything but pleas
ant to those who were to the manor born.
Ho argued from a scientific point of vew,
that mud was beneficial to Cairo, and sat
down amid great applause, while Sgt. Swell
audibly regretted the absence ol Sgt. Horn
blower, who might havo rendered him effi
cient aHsistance from his wide knowledge of
eastern cities and their cultured surround
ings. Sgt. Bluff closed the debate, in his
usual rollicking style. Holding up three
odd shoes and an odd boot that had been
collected, he said that he wished to call tho
attention of the members to the beautiful
colors of the mull, as seen on the soles, the
heeU, and the uppers; that tho same mud
did not cling to each part, for instance, on
the uppers was a blue-mud, allowing that
the man had been on 4th St.; on the bee's,
reddish mud showing that it came fiom
Commercial avg., a nd thus we could see
that the man had come along 4th St., and
up Commercial ave. This was a valuable
aid in the detection of crime, and Chief
Myers had thus leen able to trace in other
ci'Ies those who had committed crimes in
Cairo, by the tell-tale mud on their shoes.
Thus it identified tho citizens with the city.
A noted chemist in town had made an
analysis, (haying made the subject a study
iu consequence of throwing much mud at
his fricuJu) and said it contained more
Bromides, Iodides, Cyanides, Chlorides,
Sulphites, Oxalates, Tarteatrs, Citrate",
Phosphates and Borates than any other al
luvial deposit that had ever come under bin
chemical observation. The gentleman bad
been allowed to proceed thus far, in the
supposition that he was merely joking, and
would soon advance some arguments for his
own side; but at this point, Bgt. Swell
sprang excitedly to his feet, and called
upon the chair to stop the gentlemaa, and
convey to his benighted understanding the
fact that he bad been directed to argue
against the presence of mud. 5gt. Bluff
turned pale, reeled once or twice, and fell
over into his chair; tin pres't. and, in fact,
the whole club felt so dizzy, that unani
mom consent was easily obtained lor an
On Sunday a pilot boat oft Galveston
picked up a man 65 years old who had
been blown out into the Oulf of Mexico in
a skiff by Stturday's night's gale. The old
man was nearly exhausted ' and could not
have held out much longer.
Why suffer with Malaria! Emory's Stand
nrd Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 25 cents. (2)
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mo.quitoes, is now open
for the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whose medical
qualities have stood the test of
moro than sixty years continual use, tho
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the tccble and health to the sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides are of perpendicular cliffy a hundred
feet high, jutting out hero and there in
fantastic thapes resembling beasts and birds
The woodland paths are a continual teuir
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which ouo forgots to become weary
AN ARTIFICIAL LAKE
for boating and fishing has boeu added
to the natural scenery, bounded on one sido
by cliffs at whose base the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and tho other is
a gradual slope from the hills, tho whole
covering several acres of ground.
"No. 1" tho"Iron Spring"haa properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria
"No. 2" the "Magnesia," is a never-failing
remody for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the 'Alum Spring" does
the best servico as a wash for eiuptions or
disease of tho skin.
A now bath houau is by ho means tho
Ioast among the latest additions.
" The cottages have been thoroughly renova
tod; the buds are furnished with mattresses
and springs; now cottages lisvo been built;
tbo dining-room is largo and airy and tho
kitchen is in charge of a first class steam
boat cook all, for the summor, at (8 00 per
week; children under 13 years, second or
separate table, half price. t
' Parties from Cairo can take au early
breakiast at home or at Vienna and arrive
at tho Springs in time for dinner; fare
across by hack 75 cents or by private con
veyance for three or more 75cts. to $1.00,
trunks extra, ' 3. E. Lumen, Prop. '
' " P.O. Allen Springs, III.' ,
. THK DAILY CAIRO -BULLETIN;
W. F. LauuiN, river editor ol i'ni Bui.i.ETia
and steamboat paaaaai(tjr aitnt. Orders for all
klndi of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
al Bower's European Hotel, No. TS Ohio lave.
HIVKIl ITEMS. '
The Silver Cloud from Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
K. R. and leave on her return trip at 4 ;30
Tho river marked by the gauge here last
evening 30 feet and rising.
Tlie VV.II. Cherry arrived here yesterday
morning at 5 :80. She had a profitable trip,
laid over until noon and loft with the
Golden Crown. She nave the Crown 100
tons of pig iron for Cincinnati.
The Golden Crown from New Orleans ar
rived hero 6j days days out. She had a
fine freight trip and a large number or pas
senger's and departed at 1 p, m.
The VV. II. Cherry will continue in the
trade from Nashville to Cairo, until closed
out by low water. She will have fully
another month more before she retires.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
for Shawneetown last night. Stio bad the
best trip of the season.
Toe City of Baton Rouge from New Or
leans arrived here quite light yesterday
morning and left for St. Louis at 10 a. m.
TlicJas. W. Gaff from Memphis passed
up for Cincinnati last night with a fair
Remember the Ella Kimbrough leaves
this morning at 10 o'clock for New Mad
rid. Capt Tom Kimbrough master and
Lem Hill is the affable gentlemen of the
The City of Cairo from St. Louis is duo
here to-morrow night for Vicksburg.
The R. R. Springer from Cincinnati fol
lows the Mary Houston and is due here to
morrow night but possibly may not reach
here before Sunday morning.
Capt. Joseph Swagcr of Louisville, Ky.,
aged 91 years, died last Monday at Louis
ville where he bad resided for nearly 70
years. He was the oldest steamboatman
living of western rives.
The Andy Baum leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati and will arrive here
The Cons Millar from Cincinnati is due
for Memphis to-mnrrow night.
The Ella Kimbrough will make an ex
cursion from, here to Paducah Sunday,
leaving at 8 a. m. It the weather proves
favorable a large crowd will go from here.
The Mary Houston from Cincinnati ar
rived here last evening at 0 o'clock. She
had a good trip and filled out flat here.
She leaves this morning for New Orleans.
The Steamer Dexter on hor down trip
from Evansville to Paducab early yester
day morning, broke her shaft just as she
was landing at Bayou mills, about 30 miles
above Paducah. She floated to Paducah
where she will remain until the damage is
Down where the climate is torrid,
The sting of a hornet is horrid,
It strikes with surprise,
Betwixt the two eyes,
St. Jacobs Oil cures the sore forhead.
Sleepless nights made miserable by tl at
terrible couuli. Shiloh'a Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, agent. (3)
James W. Cook, 354 Clark 8t., Chicago,
III., says: Brown's Iron Bitters has entire
ly cured me of dyspepsia."
Free of CMrjje.
All persons suffering from Coughs, CoMh,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh'a drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
There is no use talking! "Lindsey's
Blood Searcher" is taking the lead for cur
ing all blood diseases.
fcifTho Diamond Dyes always do more
than they claim to do. Color over that old
dress. It will look like new. Only 10
cents for any color.
The Lips We Love to Press
inclose pearly teeth, and exale fragrance
when opened. If this double charm were
wanting, they would lack their main at
traction and probably remain unkissed.
BOZODONT will secure it. Discoloration
of the tooth, unhealthincssof tho gums, and
a breath which causes repugnance, are
completely remedied by this incomparable
besutifler and nntiseptic ot the teeth, which
is as pleasant toiaste and smell as it is re
liable in its action.
Dropsy and Rheumatism.
Dropsical aud Rheumatic persons flud
tho use of Bpeor's Port Grspo Wine, of New
Jersey, of incalcuablo benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties havo ((iven it a
widu reputation aiuonir physicians through
out this country and Europe. This wine
took tho highest premium at the lato Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weary and de
bilitated females, and used bvtha best fam
ilies in New York as an evening family
wino. For sale by Paul. G. Schuh.
Work Given Out. On recemt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Mon, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Btreot, New York. '
Catarrh Cured, health and awMt breath
socurod by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Bold by
Paul G. Schuh. . 14)
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
tho above-mentioned suction, but the direct
aud reliable route is via Saiut Louis aud
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atehlhon, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tho very
firi'st make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
tf'rnU 'vnoect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection ia made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parties curouto to tho
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it posses through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of thw
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. KlNNAN, F. ClIANIlLtK,
Ass't Gen'l Pans. Agent. Oen'l Pass Agent.
Disease, Propensity and Passion, firings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnalural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food mircefslul
ly overcomes these troubles and restores
the mfTorer to his former vigor. !. At
Spker's Port GPAPK Wine !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS CELEDltATEU NATIVE WIN E In mile
rrom the Juio.o of tlie Oporto Ompe, rained ia
toil country. It lnvluallo tunic and "trenjth
kdIdk propertien are uuaurianud br any other
NatWuWIne. H-lngtn o pore Julco of the drupe,
produced under Mr. gpuur'a own personal tupervl
aion, its purity and senulnt nets, are guaranteed
Tht youoeft child nuy partake of It xrnttroiia
qualities, and the wenke-t invalid line it to advnn
tage It 1 particularly beneficial to the aired and
debilitated, and touted tu the various ailments thai
affect the weaker "ex. It la In every retnect A
WINE TO BE KEI.IEH ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. KHCKKY taa wine of Snperlor Char
acter and i artakevof the rich qualities of the krane
from which It ia made Kor 1'tirlty. Wellness, t'la
voi and Medicinal l'ropertioa. It will he loand un
Speev's P. J. Brandy.
inta iiKA?t or stand unrivaled In thia Ci.iintry
lii-iuKinriupt-noriormeatcinai pniiioms. Ills
vnreaiPiniation iroin the grati", and roniaiim va
uame medicinal properties It ha a delicate flu
vor, similar to that or ihe grapea, fruru which It i
men led, and ia In ifreat favor anion? flr-r lasa
mmniea. oce mat (he aicnaluro of I'liE
HPKKK. I'aatalc, IV . J., la over the cork of eac
AND BV DRIKKJISTS EVERYWII JUG.
UNIVERSITY OP VIRGIHU.
81 MMEK I. Aw LECTl'KES (n newoeklv). he.
cm lith July, Iwvl, and end lv!th ei.temi er. I lav
proved of slcna) n,,,, t0 ,i,id nts who design
to purine their studies at this or other Law School:
2d, to those who propone to read privately: and ;iil
to practitioners who have not had the advantage ol
ayatemattr. msirnrtinu. for cirrulnr appivtP. O,
University of Va )lo John B. Mluor, Prof. Com
and Slat. Law.
T.LOUIS &ST. PAUl'
PACKET COMPANY'8 I
netri.I.lrht . ' "tltta .iui..L
Flna Side-Wheel Paaaengar Steamers
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B!i Pali"r" 8t- Lo"1 7 Monday, Wed
MadHrandtririnr.Http.in. Qiiinoyj KsokuiPack-HalM-oHt.
Excnrslon Tickets at low rateato St. Paul Lai
Mlnnstonka and all Northern Bummr ItMorm. blraok
odfreUht Mt,andotrmr Information, add.
Wturftuitt font ol Olive b W
Tic One pasionKur and freight steamer
Leavea Cairo tvery Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornlnga at 9 o'clock for New Madrid and
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
The elegant and palatial tcamor
B. S. RHEA,
J. 8. TYKRIi
BILI.Y ill U8TON'
leaves Cairo every Monday at i p. m. for Nash
Nashville, Pail urn h & Cairo U. .S. Mall
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK DUIH.... Maater
JOLLY BARD .MM , It)) .MMtt
Ltsvtttul port every Wednesday at 4 p.m. foi
PORT GRAPE WINE
V f'V .1 U ' " ' 1 " ' i ien ii . aai-anawi I
The largest stock and lowest, prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS,
few D HOI'S applied to the surlaco will Penetrate to the very Bone,
and almost Instantly RELIKVB PAIN! It will not Boll Clothing-!
nor aiacoior tne vsaun, or leave
haawo FQUALforlhe Cnre of
Stiff Joint. Neuralgias Lome
pore aoroav, faina in tne
Ktid ia eijimlly efllcacionn (or all
requiring a powerful umusivo
Ask your DniRKlst lor It. Price
l-reparcdonlyby JACOB S.
wtioleal Prugglat, gT.
After a Rainy Hide a Country l'lijsi
cian THIh What Ho Think ir
"1 wlh to uracloua mine pooplu wwnltl vnrn
wlieu tlicy ni-ed a doctor aud wIii-q they dou'l,"
exclaimed Doctor E , aa bfeniurud hia liouie
Inacoioyllttle vllUge In (Ha interior of tho Suite
or Now York, after a tudious tiilit rille for many
milKa. 1 have hotm down anions tho mountain to
nee a mail, wbo tho inuaiunKcr aalil, wim very alr.k,
and not likely to live 'till morning, utiles ke had
liututdiuUhulp; and found him aulTcrluK from a
rather aharp attack or colic, which Inn family
m!t;bt have relieved In ten mltitilea, If tli; hud a
grain of aenro and two or three aiinple reniedlea Iu
the bouee. But no; they muat remain luiorant aa
pla.aal when the lat acho or pain takettheiu,
lend for a doclor, whether tliey ever pav him or
"Why, Ductor. what kind of ilmple rurreiliui, aa
yon call them, do yon rxpect people to keep In lh
house?'' united hia wife, aa aha amired himacup
of hot lea.
"In thia capo," answered the llottor, "if they
had only put a BENSON'S CA PC INK rOKOL'h
I'LASTEUon the mau'a atomach, be would have
been all rliht Iu an hour, mid lived tnu a dreary
Iu all ordmurv cuinnlAlnti, iLr.iiri.H at tirn
All dlataica ara eliminated from the iyiem by I
wiinmufiK roiiRniv eaiiea eapnision or cxtrnc
tlon.or by a nnlmj of the two proc 'isri. B U'
son Plaater promote! both. It Incite t'e torpid
oruani to act, and aenda it healing, soothing in
fl'ionce llirough the myriad pores of the skin, All
otnur plasters obllue the patient to wait. They
give him hope for to-morrow. Benson's plaster
give him help to day. Which Is better, do you
Ihlnkf Buy the CAPCINE and keep it In'tlte
house. Price 23 centa.
Soalmry Hi Johnson, tbemlsts, New V. rk.
wrnit.H 1 1 oou Jiuiio.
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CHAPEL ORGAN. 170.
titeamsoM tt Co., W
We.tlllhSt. N. Y.
0 lld rPand dare be"
1 I) I jk J I leave behind
a swecntnir hv. co
netore yeunie, sotni.
tKniy aim auiiiinie
Kiv Dollar nulAt friM Nn
iu vol r own town.
risk. Kveo'tliliig new. Capital not required. We
will furnish you everything Mnny are making
and tttrli make great pay Header, if you waiit
luruines. i.an ies make as mi en as men ami hnva
niisluess at which von ran make irreal nav all the
time, write for partlculari to II IIALLKI J' CO
t ortiana, name.
617 St, Cbarles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. virtilai rrttrlutitM or twn Incident
Colli'iie. hitM lieeu Imitier t'tigsKt'd III the tresl
iiient of hronio. Nsrvoiis, NUin ami
UlooI LIImmscs than any other lilivnlelnii In i
HU l.oiiln, aa city iaeri ami fl nl.l ri-. ;
lents know. onsiilinlliin .. t ntlleeor ky mull. I
free aiel Invited, a frlemllv lulk or IiIh opinion
cost notlilliK. M'hen II Is tneoiivenleiil tu vllt
ih city .or treatment, medicines run lie sent
hy mall or pxpr'ta evervwiii're. ( iirnlile i m i.
Uuaniiiteed; where (toiilit exult It Inlhillklv '
latea. (.all or Write.
Nirvana Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and (
Phyalcal Wealtneg5,Merourlttl and othnr
atTeetlona of Throat, Skin and Bonus, Blood
Impurities, and JBJood Poiaoaintr, Skin Affee
tlons, Old Sorei a?d Dleera, Inpsdimenti to
Marriiga, Ehsumatism, Pilm. Special
attention tqcjia frem evsr-woiVed braio.
SDROICAIi CASES receive special attcnUon.
Diaeaaea arising from lmyrudnnop, Excoaaea
Indulgepett or Ixpoitirsa. 1 '
It li sflf-n lilent . Unit I'Iiv.IcImii isyliif
psrtlettlar ailontloii In a rla iif eH,. attains
Kri-at skill, ami 'h( ali'ian. Ih rranlirpraelleu
111 orer ths emnitre knowing llil, riifiilly
reromtnriid easi-alu III nldenl f.ltles In Ane rd H
where every known a.iiiiee i reinrleil to,
ami the piovfl iroo.I rcinoillva of all
aires and ronnl rlen are iiieil. A whole honir It
used for ollli e iii'vo.ok, innl nil re Ironli'd wllh
kill In a reieei'iil iimniiei'i ami, knowing
what in ilo. no cmci Iiih ul". are mail. On ar
rniint of the ureal lininlier n.tv Inu, tha
charge are kenl luw, oftea' lower than l
ileniamleii ny nitiera II mi seenre I lis skl'l
and get a siirpy ami pel li e t liln i lire. Ihal I"
in linioriini ni iuer. I 'auipniet, uo I
Kill to any ailiircaa tree, .
PLms. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I A
Klmstit fMh.tid ftlltMlidllitr' HeslnlforM
rsnta In K.l.tue or eurrt'iie' liver rtfly won ,
drrrnl in i letnret, Irne to rp , srllelesnii the
Mlowlnji siileels. liomn; marrv, who lint;
;hfr Proper ax to mam-. Who marry Drat.
jlanhnnil, i,uiaihoii. Phvslralderav. Who
should man y, tlnw lite and bplne-snisv ha 1
Inerea'ieil, Tltoe liiarrlid nr runlaniplaflna
Harry In it should read I U It ottalil to haraad
oy all adult persnus, tht n krpt under lork and , ,
key. l'oiiilnr dHlon. name asslmva, iMtlpaiwr - ,
Mver and (ml panes, U cviiti hy wall, lu aivuavy I
A powerful preintrutloii com-
iosca motitly ol Kssentlal Oils
Tlie most penetrating Liniment
known, fin enneniitrato.l th.t
aiaaKrceaiile enccLa of anv wimi it
Rhenmatiam. Sural na. Rmi...
, ' ' i ,:, 1
Back, Cramp, Tooth-Ache.
ijimba tiu any part ol tlie hystoin
pallia in tlie Stomach and Bowels
ftilinuiaiit. rioe IIrnll'j Alttmiiac.
50 els per bottle
LOUI8, MO I
NEW AOV'KftTISKM KNTM.
THE SUN S0J
. llei-ided i.pii.i ,i, viisei in Inuuiiuga tbst can
lie imrt:r'iMtl ; the iinmipiest, fu lut t,i mo-t ac
cntat liili'llliteiieo "r wlintt-vcr In th" wliln world la
wurtli mie ilon That is what rv rvliiuly is sure
to llnd n uny e.dll on of 'I'll R NUN. hnbsr.rliitlon:
Hllir (4 i.Bi-es), l,y iiihII,Mc a inoutll, or fli M
a yar; t-rMAVi panes), l.)icr year; Vr.KLr
(tl psei, 1 .ixi -r ye
I. W. K (SI.ANli,
I'ulillsher, New Y rk(!lty.
Ilivyitchs.-Nn vnhliclly; residents of
y; residents of any
Hllnt'drt. AdviCH nri
- nuir, nessenion, r,on Mnppoit
ai.pinsiimis lor stamp,
liromlway, N . V.
W. li. LEE. Att v. 2:i
WE will pavilw! .u. r.vitil Inrtnv tMf Uw Complilnl'
I'v.ri'O., N' k tl. aiili. ln.luon,('..o.ll tiuri irCnltiM4,
..im..riir with W.ifi V.rml.l. Llt.r I1IU, wh.n lh Jlr.
Horn tn llrl, Or ti'Sipll4 wllh. 1 Wv .r iiinlv .(iUbl., ud
iw.nrtvl in Klv. mHUIwOoii. l;r lit. ,(, b.,,o0.
imnliii; SO p.lti, U noli. Ft ul. I,r .11 drn,,u. Hrr. of
'."".1'"'''" ,,"t '"''"'H. Tht (.'Uums liMiiiilturr4 only br
JllllN C. ttT I'll , l-t . w. VmUw, St., Ctilra,
(titiil inawu l,j m. ,rhlBm,u,tof UwalUi(.
Health is Wealth !
Dn K. ('. Wkit'm Nkiivk asd Kraii TnrAT.
nor, n Riiiimntowl etcihr for llyalr-ria. Dizzi.
nnsa, ('onviilKioiiH, Fltn, Nervoim Neurnlitia,
HHflurhn, NorviMis Prt mtion raiiBotl by tlie naa
ofHleoliNl or tobacco, Witkefulnewt, Mentjil Do
prosHjiio, Noftonimr of the Brain resulting in in
Jiinity nnl lemlniK to in iwory, deeay ami death,
Proniittttro DM Ann, Jitinennewn, Iamh of Hwec
in either aix, InvoliintJiry I.xweg anil Hiwrmat.
orrlia'a nttiMnl byovor-ejiertion of tho brain, aelf.
ubtiHe or over-iniliili-nnce. lCueh Imh contains
onn niontb'a tnvttniont. f l.()a Ixn.orsix boxes
for$.1.u),m'nt by umil mptidon receipt of price.
WA .l AHAXTKK MIX HOXKS
To cure any eaan. With each tmler rxooivwl byna
for nix boxes, lu'coiniiauiral with f 'uu, we will
aonil tho iiirehai'r our written KtiarnntPO' to re
fund the money if thsi trmtnmnt. tloee not effect
a cu re. U uurtm tot issued on liy
ririiititlHt, Cur, Commercial ave. it IHth at.. Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Th. Howard (IslvsnicHhlsM
aori our ot her hlitctro Gal
vanic and MmiiieUo ApiiII
ancaand tlarmanta ara a,
aura ear for NervouaDvh!!
I'r, Paralyait, lth'nmatliui
of Vital Lnsrsy, ()(rwork
wl BraTo, Waak Bark, Kid
nay, Llvar, and Htomath
complaints, and arandapt.
sd Vo tlTHKK Hax. Thaaa
vary latcat lm
profod, and aa
Irom halts and all
othara, aa thsy
.wlils, raaaiog no
xiraa, nor Irrita
tion of tba sklo
oaa Im worn at
work aa well aa
alila to wearar.
nt Btauea of all
la of iMoarlt.
Thus for MEN ONLY al one nmih
tha ao.it ol tllswiM, aa they art illrwt 0m rvou,
tha ltllty-wblub Is Kleotrlelly-dralDwl ftooitbaaji-
Muaiuiar. and (ItiiisratlTa iantra. iiwnI Iv rwiirin
tambyaitwu or iiKllserationa, thy thus In a natural
way ovarooina tha woaknosa without driniirlna tha stom
ach. Thay will rura avury ckm ahort nf .rnti.ui h.
Iianaratlon, and wa ara uraparad to furnish tha moat
smphntlo and aliwlnta proof to aupiuirt our claims.
i huh muni niuii'iiim r roe .or sant analad tor ao noatmia.
AMCRIOAN OALVANIO CO.
3 1 2 N. Bth 8t St. Loula.Mw
Neuiosiono, fnew N'oivr-l lfo, Hlrenirtll and
mm i it i HiMiiv rilnriitive (nr the Loaa of
J""' Vlirorin Yonntr, Middla-Ajred and
Old Men, no mutter from what chuhc. In Ker
vona Debility, Exhauation, Impotency,
Seminal wenkness, anil kindred Hllments,
I III- lit indfti d Roinody Is n certain cure.antl
to Mil such Millerers. w ho send a statement of
their Iroiilil.-a. a iiuiuitiiy snftleli'iit to provj Its
V rlllH H in sent Vram 1 .1.1..,..
. n NEUROZONE MEDICAL C6.,
JOHNSON'S ANOOVNK LINIHf NT
pottlvl pravanthlatrrrllilodlsraas, and will post.
tvniy our nine rases nut or ten, mrnrrmatlra thai
lil anv many llvra,annl rnmnr mall. Donlilrlnra
HtH A ro.,
nivllllnn la rTirrinancum, u w, JUlin-
irl'Aasusa' t'eaa.nra Iium naka naw rua blowd.
RUHTtiN. M ash. nrnier r ntanna. ua.
(Hi 7 O 'rlntn.
r j I Zjwiii sih
A week made at noma by 'ha indue-
neat nuiineoe now rtorere the
Capital not needed. Wa
art yon. Men, women, haya
a wanted vervwhera to work
turns. Now ia tha tims Vni mm
work III spi"f time, or give your whole lima to tha
businesi. No other hiislnasa will pay you m arly
as well. Nnnnecaa fall to make kBoimona py.
zSiTl ,?,', '" andkonorablj. Addreaa
TRtB CO. Aageita.eaaine.
r uiin"itvinW at inirw. voaur naiai ana terae rrsa
miin t AT H E NT
ii j t