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, All Communications ahould he addressed to
, " B.-A. BUItNK TT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
V , .BLOOD ON TUE. MOON, i r
' . ' vr
. A CBAI.LBNOE.
, Sermant BUIT.
f .... f rum tun tenor in jour eiMiiuiuuivaiimio
toTnK Cullktin, I would infer that your
ole object U to cast ridicule upon the social
amusements, indulged in by the ''Ideal
League;" and aa you have cloaked your
identity behind a plebian nom DB plcme,
I avail myself of the public press to chal
lenge you to mortal combat, time, place,
and weapons to be horeaftor named.
; I am drivia to ibis by an ion to sense of
duty. We are ready to defend our actions
with pen or sword, and as the former
weapon has no terrors for you. I will be
j always ready to unahuittho tU J latter,
wnen toe integrity or dignify ot tne beague
u attacke.1. That oar Hentity may not be
known to the officers of the law, you will
. please address all your communications,
bearing on this matter through TpB Pcllk
Tl 5, over jour assure id title, and I will use
the same medium in my reply -It is not
necessary that we should be known to each
otbor until we meet upon the field; rest as
sured, however, I am a man and mean bus-
. incus. Lbaovib.
May 25th, 1883. '
25th, George Sborer, et. ux. to Cnlley St
Co.; warranty deed dated May 13th, 1883,
for southwest quarter of southeast quarter
of sectioo 25, township 15, range 3. - .
May 22 1, James Story to Marinda and
C. A. Marchildon; warranty deed, dated
May 10th, 1883 for part oqrth. claim 681,
Chicago, St. L'luis & New Orleans rail
road to Illinois Central railroad; 'case
dated June 13th 1883 conveying the rail
road, etc., ot the Cliicajro, St. Louis & New
Orleans railrovd company.
, : n Sarah C. Orawftrd et. al..U James Dei
; ter; warranty deed dated May 18th.' 1883,
for sixty acres off south . side east bait
southeast, of section 16, township 14,
23d, Jno. Hodges et. ux. to W. D. I'ar
rott; quit claim deed dated January 6th,
188?, for lot numbered 2 in block number
ed 6, and 1 t numbered 5, in block num
bered 15, in Hodgea' Park.
94th, J. B. Menton to F. M. Hargrave;
warrrnty deed dated May 23d, 1833, for
lots numbered 4 and 0 in block numbered
8, in Ilodgea' Park. ' "
The Vaasar girls d not allow them
selves to be beaten by their faculties. They
are resolute, Belt-contained and lull of ex
pedients. In former years just before com
mencement tbo junior class has given tbo
sqqlor class an excursion on the steamboat
JJary Powell, and, the gay times they bad
always mado an item of news for tho pa
pers. This year the facalty forbade the
usual excursion, and the college girls were
greatly Incensed thereat. TUey submitted,
of course, but were not beaten. Tbey sim
ply made other arrangements and a com
mittee secretly carried them out The car
riages drove op aa in other years, and the
girls got ia ami, were driven to the house oi
one of their professors Backus who has
resigned hu chair at Vassar, to become the
principal of another institution of learning.
The girls bad engaged the West Point band,
and the whole surprise party, band and all,
tumbled in at once upon the professor and
ilia wife, and there was feasting in the
house and dancing on the green all day
long. At 10 p.m. the girls were, driven
back to the college satisfied with their new
way of making a holiday and getting into
he papers. , .,
f PLSON SPRINGS. -.m
This beautiful irofuse from summor heat
dust and ' mosquitoes, now open
for 1 the Q8onr Thrce never-failing
Springs of coldest water whoso nlodical
finalities have stood tho test of
1 more than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a difforout kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the ieeble and health to the sick. Those
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
aides are of perpendicular cliffs, a .hundred
. feet high, jutting but here' and there in
i fantastic shapes resembling beasts ana ptras
i 1 i The woodland path art a continual temp
tation to , long ;ao4 delightful rambles of
which one forgots.to become weary., ;
AM ARTIFICIAL LAKE !
for boating and fishing has been added
to tho natural scenery, bounded on one side
' bv cliffs at whose baso tbo water reaches a
depth of ten to flftcortfeet and the other is
a gradual slope rrom tne nuts, uu wuuie
ooverina several acres of ground. i
"No, 1" the 'Iron.Sprlng"ha properties:
that tre unvurpasnoil as a tonic and in almost
inticitlo for malaria.
'No.' B" the''MAj?no8i,"iBa never failiuu
ri'tnwly fur dyspepsia, and Iivor or kiduey
(roulilm, and tbo "A.lum Spring" does
the bestscrvica as a wash for ciuptions or
disease of t he tkin.
A Dew bathj IjiiUho it by no means the
least among the latest additions.
s The cottages bafu been thoroughly renova
ted ; the beds 'are furnished with in at t reuses
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is large and aiiy uud the
kitchen is in chnrge of a first class steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at $8 00 per
week; children under 12 years, secoud or
separate tablo, half price.
rartit'8 from Cairo can tako an early
brcaklabt at home or at Vienna aud urrive
at" the Springs ia time fur dinner; fare
across by hack 75 cents or by private con
veyance for throe or more 75cts. to $1.00,
trunks extra. ' ' J, E. Lumen, Prop.
P.O.Allen Springs, III.
IU VK1. NEWS.
W. F Li:om, iter editor ol a'nit Uiai-sTia
afid ataamvoat aa.sftngrr eirhnt, Oritvra fur all
klndd of ateamhoat Jon (.rioting aollcltvil. Office
at Bowor'e Karoiean Hotol. No. 71 Oblo levne.
The Belle Memphis is due to-uiht for
The Hudson passed up for St. Loui last
night. She had a good trip.
The river marked by the gauge at 4 p. m.
yt sierday at this point 81 feet and riing.
The Silver Cloud bad quite a crowd of
ladies from Metropolis and Mound City yes
terday. The Annie P. Silver trom St. Lu1a is
due to night but will not get off for New
Orleans before to-morrow evening.
The Tliog. Sherlock trom New Orleans
will arrive here to-morrow on her way to
The Arkansas City from V.cksburg ar
rived here at 5:30 p.m. yesterday, left for
St. Louis at 7 p. m.
Weather pleasant yesterday with a good
north hrcze. Buiinesa in the steamboat
circles ratber dull.
JuJe Mulkcy and family arrived last
evening from Metropolis, will probably
spend a few days in Cairn, their old home.
The Cairo and St. Louis narrow-gauge
road bad a large number of excursionists
for St. Louis and return. The train pulled
out at 3 o'clock this morning.
The Cons. Millar will arrive here early
this morning for Memphis. She had a
good trip. She will receive about 50 deck-
era who take passage for Plum Point. :
The R. R. Springer from Ciueinnati will
report here early this morning and will be
here several hours receiving freight for New
Orleans and way points. The Springer is
noted for speed and high living.
Tho Ella Kimbrougb leaves this morn
ing for Paducah with a large excursion
party. A fino string and brass band will
accompany the excursionists and a good
time is anticipated.
Miss Fannio Braduhaw a jopuUr and
handsome young lady of Metropolis arrived
on the Silver Cloud yesterday to visit friends
in this city. Miss Fannie has many admir
Capt J. S. Tyner with his popular pack
et B. S. Rhea is due this evemog trom
Naahvillo and leaves on her return trip at
10 o'clock in. the morning. P.illy Huston
the lady killer of tbo Wild Suwanee is
The Andy Biura trom Memphis is due
this morning for Cincinnati. The Baum is
the largest and fastest boat in the line and
her olllcers are unsurpassed for courtesy and
attention to there guests. See W. F. Lamb
dm, Agent, and get tickets. '
i ' ' Literature tai Manual Arts.
' . The mercantile and professional elass
. es are fundamentally necessary to tho
best interests of the organism. What
society is personally interested in, is not
tho development of any elnss, but rath
er the getting of the good citizen con
tributing his best thought to the g)od
of all. Irrespective of any class n, which
he may haye been, born, or in which bo
may labor; and the good citizen oan
como as well from the labor employ
ments as any other. Tho good citizen is
secured by attaching tho individual to
the knowledgo, to the thought, of tho
race. But knowledgo is not confined to
literature, scionco or philosophy. Lan
guage is an important, but not the only,
key to knowledge Tho thought of the
race that has been expressed through
the skillod hand it) labor in the &rU is
not inferior to what has been expressed
by language. Tho manual arts no less
than-literature embody the culture of
the race. Public eduoation should know
, no classes. It should aim to so dispense
the fundamental elomcntsot knowledge
as to open the doors to the social acnul-
sltlona of the race, whether in literature ,
or tne arts, to an, irrespective of per
sons. This, publlo education does not;
' J- " 1... .t. - 1
uu now, aii u&uiia me muguage em
ployments'. ' It degrades tho labor em
ployments by ignoring them. The
practical conclusion to bo drawn from
our present education is, that the porson
capable of living by his wiu, by the use
1 of language, Is a better and more hou
) orable oitiion than one who contributes .
to, )Lhe pormanont wolfuro of the com
munity by tho skillful work of his
bands. ' It is my belief that the. way to
benefit onr working classes is to try and
make them bettor, more productive
workmen; to aid them in increasing the
wage-earning power of thoir labor by
putting more thought into it; and to this
and I would - have our schools honor
thought expressed by tho skilled hand,
as well as thought expressed by lan
guage. J. 8. 0. in Boston Transcript,
TOE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
la a Lady's Album.
Sketches Of Jay Gould, the railroad
financier, have referred to bis editor
ship of a country weekly and his com
pilation of a history of Delaware coun-'
tv; but back of these is a literary pro
duction of his now for tho tint time
given to tho public. It was contrib
uted to a lady s album iu 1855, when
he was about 19 yoars old, and is as fol-'
An Invitation to dedicate an album, al
though an unexpected request, la one the
performance of which cannot hut afford ine
the hlgheitt irratiticutLon, but the pleasure ts
souwwbat alloyed by the reflection of tny
own Inability to perforin It appropriately.
It is, Indeed, a Question ot dispute with
some whether men ought, as they say, to
show themselves so weak as to be moved
by any of the finer feelings that actuate the
human bosom, lest Its congenial and capti
vating lnfluenco should pervert the self
styled noble calling of man. They claim
that it Is for him to mingle In business, to
become absorbed in politics, in aggrandize
ment and worldlygaln. leaving the cultiva
tion of frlendshlpio wither and die. To
such 1 shall offer no apology. I trust their .
contaminating Influence will never disturb ,
the harmonious union of that constellation
of bright stars who shall send forth the ef
fulgent rays of friendship from the sue
censtve pages of this lady's album; their
seared consciences are deadeued to all the
Oner feelings and Insensible to happy Influ
ences of friendship, to them virtue Is but an
echo, and moral worth but an aixilogy. Yes,
there are drier and nobler sentiments that
pervade the society of congenial spirits and
the purest and noblest of them alfls friend
shipIt Is the strong undercurrent of so-clety-a
mutual feeling which kind looks -and
gentle words can alone beget; unseen '
unpretending; so tender, so pure, that the
sliilitest breath of discord may blight and
destroy; yet so strong that by its slight In
fluence it holds society and nations by a
stronger bond than can else armed hosts or
stringent laws; so strong that It could In
duce a Saviour to come from the abodes of
light and joy and peace, to atone, by a bit
ter doaiii, ror tne sum or ungraterui ana er
ring man. To friendship's shrine then, let
this token be offered. Let her monument
be erected upon every page may the senti
ments, the signatures, aud the familiar
writings In after years renew upon memo
ry's tablet many pleasant associations. In
separable links In the historyof the past and
may not a shadow of pain or a cloud of sor
row ever gather In the horizon of ths future
to mar your happiness or waver your con
fidence In those in whom you confide.
Sleepless niL'hts made miserable liv that
terrible cough. Bbiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul O. Schuh, agent. (3)
Ye afflicted why suffer longer from Ca
tarrh, Hay Fever and Old in Heai when a
sure cure can bo had iu Elys' Creau Balmt
I'nce ou cents.
Apply into nostrils with little finger.
James W. Cook, 354 Clark St., Chicauo.
111., says: Brown's Iron Bitters his entire
ly cured intf of dyspepsia."
Free of CHarge.
All persons suffering from Cough. Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schut's drug
store ana get a trial bottle or Dt, 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)
Dropsy and Rheumatism, r
DropBical and Rheumatic persons find
tho use of Spcer's Port Grape Wine, ot New
Jersey, of incalcuable benefit. Its purity
and valuabln rtronertiua Uavn olvea tt a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Europe. I his wine
took the highest premium at the late Cen
tennial. 'It is excellent for weary and do
bilitatcd females, and used by the best fam
ilies in New iork as an evening family
wine. For sale by Taul. Q. Schuh. '
Work Given Out. On receipt of your
address we will muke an offer by which
you can earn 3 to (7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. H.C.Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New lork.
I5f"The Diamond Dyes always do more
than they claim to do. Color over that old
dress. It will look liko new. Only 10
cents for any color. !
Wo recommend Ely's Cream Balni In
every case where a cure for catarrh is called
for, and in no instance have we heard of
disappointment. We consider that o are
doing tbo public a service by makiug its
virtues known to tbos nlinctcd with this
loathsome disease, for which it is in most
instances a perfect cure. Pkck Bros.,
Druggists, ursnil ltapias, Mich.
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Sliiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. JMasal injector tree. Sold by
III. U. SMITH.
KoaanT a. miTn.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - IIL.
A New and Complete Hotol', fronting on levoi
. bocoud and Kallroad Btreala,
Th Paaunger Depot ot tbo Ohloago, St. Lonls
and ew Orleans! Illinois Central) Wahah, Ht.
Louis and Pacific) Iron Mountain and Hnnlhtirn,
Mnh n anil lh(n ll... u I ...... n. .......
, , , ' " mut ' . Minn .Wl 1 1 TT
ara all Jimt acrnaa tha a I met! while tha Htoanibnai
Landing la lint ono aquaro dlslaat.
ThlsHfltuI la hnatnd by pluam, has ataaro
Laundry. II.Tdrallo Blarator, Blue trie Csll llelli,
Automatic Flro-Alarma, Daths, ahiolutoly ptira air,
paiicotaaweraga and tompleta appolntmenta.
Snperb ruruiabtngi) pufacl service! and an ou
I P. I'AHKICU X..Ljmii
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY
' To The West.
1 bore are a number ot routes loading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
wtirtb, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
litest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kausas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express: trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
oxpross trains lor Kansas aud Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast ' time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it pasties through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, ofthir
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Rinnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gcn'l Pass. Agent. Gen'i Pass Agent.
Disf-ase, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numlMirlces ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous Dc
Wlity, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organ; Allen's Brain Food Buccwsful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores
the sufferer to his former vigor. $1. At
Tho Wonderful Efficacy of .
Hal beta so frequently and aatlatactorHr
tbat It aaama almost auperfluoua to sty anything1
: mora In thalr favor. Tha Immense and oonntontly
Incnaatng demand for them, both In thlsandforeigii
' eonntrlaa, lathe beat erldenoa of their Taloe. Their
eale to-day In the Doited BUtea la far greater thui
any other eatharUo medicine. This demand la
not apasmodle. It la rwrular aud atoady. tt Is not
of to-day or yesterday, It la an Increase that has been
' steadily (Trowing1 forth last thirty Ave years. What
. are tha reaao&e for this groat and growing demand t
Dr.Mehenrk's Mandrake Plllacontaln so mer
cury, and yet they act with wonderful effect upon
the liver. They cleanse the stomach and bowels ot
all lrriutlna: matter, which. U allowed to remain,
poiaona Uie blood, and brliura on Malaria. Chills and
fever, and many other dlseaHea. They (rive health
r and strength to the dlireatlve organs. They areata
appetite and Rive vtRor to the whole system. They
:- In feet the anadlotne of aU others which should
be Ukao lnUmes Uketha iremnt, when malarial and
' other epMrmlret ar ratrtna;, m they prepare the sys.
" so nwui attacks of disease ol every character.
Dr. Hrhenrk'a Mandrake Pills ai anld hr ail
druinnits at If or. per box, or sent by mail, potlald.
on receii oi pnoe.
Dr. Hchrnck'a Book on ronanmptlon, I.lr
tp Caasplalnt and Dyspcpain, In tnllHh or
uerman. ts sent frre to all. Addnwe Ur. J. II.
friCHENCK dc WIN, Philadelphia, Pa.
PACKIT COMIANY'8 I
XlMtriC'UiM -ali 0.8. Vail Uai lat
, Flna Side-Wheel Passenger Staamar
I Between ST. IXJtrW, HANWIBAL QUTNOT.
"' 1AVEKP0RT. OLIHTON. DIIBUQUH.
, LAOKOSaS. ST. PAUL and atlNNKAPOLIS.
' ' Ht, Panl P.ckoH leave Ht. Lonls avary sToodnrWed-
BwadagraDd I'ridur, at 4 p.m. Quieter A Keokuk Pack
ets liwra Ht. Lnuli dnllr, Huodar eieepUtLat I p.m.
KsrurslonTloketsailow rnteato Ht.Paal.Lak
! MlnnetooksaDdaU hortheroHiisisserlUBorte. IXraut
nil ohwiMMt route to Dakota, Montana and Manitoba.
For llluairetud Oulde ltoofc, time bibles, pwwusc
and freuibt ratiMi. sno otnor Information. addnMS.
tTaarfboat foot of Olive BU HT. LUUlaTMa
II rha tue paosonucr and freiRht steamer
Leave Cairo ivory Monday, WednoiWy snd
Friday mornings at 9 o'clock for Now Madrid and
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet
The eluRtnt and palatial itosmur
B. S. RHEA,
J, B, TYNBR.. .. ......Master
BILLY UtUHTUN Clerk
' Leivo (lalrootsty Monday at 4 p. m, for Nash
villa. Nrtlivillp, Pad u cah A Cairo U. S. Hall
W. II. CHERRY,
Mlle t 1 1 ttttt IMMItttll
JOLLY UARD..,..,W .i.,,.,.,,, , aM.H..M.CU'tk.
Laavea this port wary Wedneaday at 4 p. oi. for
Maelitrllle. ' ' -
The largest stock'
) 'i ' "i .7 .! i
I ' . 1 I
MATTINGS; LA0E CURTAINS,
WLNIiitW SIIAIIK.S, .
You find at
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
no Am N.,4-tVti stM st. louis.
m .a w t i r -m
Krw oaow applied to the surface wil. rirXVUo
thd atiuosf Inatantfy RELIEVK Pan.) Ttlni JT tl.;'.u?r?'
nor diacolor the Skin, or leave disaureeuble effects of any kfnd. It
iry0ftQPAt'rthe ?nrof Rhonmatlam, SpinJna. Brnlsea,
""fameBack, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
por Throat, Paina la th Limba or In any part ol the System.
.a c.iuoii; Diuuiwiuiis Kir mi
"I'""" " i""ui uiuuaivo eiiiiiuiuut. ooo jiiemMrs Almanac
Ask your Drtigglst for It. Price 50
ITepared only by JACOB &
wTooitssmie ijTwsnn wit-
After a Bainy Hide a Country Physi
cian Tells What He Thinks of
"I wish to gracious some peoplo would loarn
when they need a doctor and ,when they don't,"
exclaimed Doctor E , as he entered his honno
in a cosey little village In the interior of the Bute
of New York, after a tedious ulnht rido for many
tnllea. I have been down anions the mountains to
see a man, who the messenger tald, waa very sick,
and not likely fo live 'till morning, unless la had
immediate kelp; and found Lira aufferluK from a
ratner slurp attack of colic, which bis family
might have relloved In ten mlLates; If they had a
gram of aenso aud two or three si m pie remedies in
the honre. But no; they must remain Uuorjut a
pl?e, and when the least ache or pain takes them,
send for a doctor, whether ttioy ever pur Llin or
"Why, Doctor, what kind of sfniple reii.edUs, at
yon ca'l them, do yoo expect people to ki-ep Id tho
honsc? asked his wile, as she poured him I cup
of hot tea. j
"Inthla cae," answered the Doctor, "if they
had only pnt a BENSON'S CAPCINK TOROTJb
PLiVSTKKon the man's stomach, be would have
been allrlvhtlnan hour, and saved me a dreary
rldo." : !
Ia all ordinary complaints It c res at once.
AH d ! at otlmlnatcd from the system hy
wnai mny no rougulY caneu mi"w" t cairsc
lion, or by a nnlon of the two procsi.' Buu
aon al'lastur promotes both. It luclte tha torpid
organs to act, and aonda Its healing, looihlngtn
flnence through the myriad pores of tho skln AU
other plasters obllite the patient to wait.' They
give him hope for to-morrow. Benson's plaster
give htm help to day. Which is better, do you
think? Buy the OAPCINK and keep it lathe
house. Price 25 cents. , -
ScatiurytS Jobnwu. ( Uomlsls, New Ycrk.
WitU rlTDOL, lilKlK.
urmiiMi i (A)t. l'Uii.i,
tklkfl for an 18
CHAPEL OROAN. $70.
n arrsuled. Addrexs
DlORINSOH ft CO., ID
N riloot, life is sweepmj by, go
.1(1 'slid dare hulnre yen die, snnit-
thing mlKlitr and aulillme
1ave ht'lilnd tociiiiyiiurlinie."
Bon week in Vour own town.
I'lvu Dollur outfit frto ; No
risk. Everything new. Citpltul not required, i We
will furnish yon everything.; Many are mnklng
lortiines. Ladles make as mnch aa nKn and loa
and girls make groat pay Header, If yon ant
hiislnosa at which you cho make gri'Ht pnv sal the
time, write for partfcalara toll. 1ULLKT1' A CO
17 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. I '
' A r.dular Ornl,t. nf two iindlcal
rollrgf4, lias iH'itu hmui'r I'liKRi U in the treab
inc'nt of C'liroriln, Ni-rvoua, Mini niul
lilocxt lilsesfies than any other liliyslclan In
Ht. Loiiln, ss rlty papers aew smf sfl old nl
ili'iits know. (;ouullalln t otlleeor by mall,
friTaml Invltpil. A I'rieiiilly tulk nrlils oplnlun
routs iiiitliliut. When lllalnroiiiveiiiiMiltavlsIt I
the rlty .tit trsstinent, liifilli-lnn cull liestnl
by nisllor cxpri'ss everywhere. Curaliln ta.i s
Kiisrsnteeili her doubt exists it Isirnukly
stated. Cull or Write. ,
Wnrvous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Woaltnots, Msreurlal and othnr
afllBatlona of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood .
Impurities and Blood PlaonrnffjBIAffbo
tloos, Old Sores and Ulcers', Impediment! tg
Marring. Eheumatlum, Pilos. Special ,
attention to sasos front ovar-workod brain,
SPHaiCAL CASES rooolvo Bpscial attcptlon,
' Plseasos arising from Iniprudonefli.Exoonnis,
' Indulgsncas or Exposures.
1 It ts aeir-evldeiit Unit a ihvi'lnn pnytiiaf
parlleulsr atleiitlmi In acla,B nfrsMs hi tuliia
(treat "kill. Slid phy ali lann III n viilar prsrlleo
all over the nmiilry kiinwliiK tills, frniiirijlly ,
reenmnii'iid esi'tnllie nili tofllee In AiiHTlek,
where every known apiillaneo Is ruaorU'd In.
and the prnvsrl urt.nl rjn.cta of nil
SKCsainleniiiilrles are uxi i . A whole hiius Is
nwd ftiroaiee piirim'e, and all are trrsti'rt Willi
kill iu a rcpiTliul Hiiiniiert anil, kiiewlun
what to do. no espeilnienlK are mails, tinsc- ,
count of the kreat iiuiiilier spplyliiK. thu
cliarues are, kept In, often lower . t ! Is
deilianiled hv nlliers ll ym secure III" skl'l ,
and ai'tasnnwlr mnl 'iri i;l lil cure, Hint la
the Tiii"i taut mailer. rauiphlit, HO paves,
tent to any addreis lrel. i . ,. . n ,
KleRiiut elolli and gill blnilllig, Ponle i fir W
, rents In poMawi Atr enrreney. Over n fly won
rlerftil peli plefnii'i, Inin to life . article. on tint '
following sohJeelti.W lie may mnrrr. win, not) .
whyf rrnper ae Inniiiii" , who nisrry ltru
. aiihiMnl, WiHitslilieml. rhyslraldneayi V ln
' ahoiild mari'V. Mow llfi' sml happliiea nisv Ixi
in-rrasit.,' TliiHn married or runtuiilallnif
ftiarryhil should read H. II oushl . he reml '
ly all adult iieriiii ttwit kept auder loek ami
key. I'lipillsreillllnn. suies ulne,riut paper
. iivr snd i(eort.atsu ur utail, lunwuey '
and lowest prices in
A ptiwerlul breDaralionuoiii-
ixised mostly of Essential Olla
pe most penetrating Liniment
Known, bo concentrated that
luiuis 111 mo Btomacn and Bowola,
cU per bottle aM
MERREIX, I fj
oiiiq mmr srv
Tl D TT T ovp. MTr rinv
Decided oiiiliiiiua rvnrvarl In 1 Mil irnuirM IKm. ..an
ho llljrli r'loixl : tlie liromiitc at. fiillcal nrf mn.t
curat inti-lHueiice nf whatever In the wide world la
worth alto lion That is what evervhotlv la sure
to Hud Iu any etMt onofTHSSUN. bubrcrlptlon:
Haiit (4i pages), by mall.Mc a month, or H 80
rMi (o panes;, ji.ajper year; wikklt
(S imiios), l.miper year.
I. W, It OI.ANll. I'uhllMher, New Y rk City.
I I'VOllC'ES. No pulillcltyi residents ofany
- Htato. Dessertlon, Non Support. Advice and
applications for stsmp. W. II. LEE, Att y, 239
iiri.au way, n , , ,
WK H ii.r lh. abort rrwanl fnrany raw of U.r Complta
l)irl Wck ll-lh., IniUirnlion, ConHlpalloa or CwiIthmh,
w..nolcn wlih vt'nt't VrrtBlM. I.U.r lllla, h.n lh. dlr.
llon.ar. urlitly omipM wllk. Tbyar punlj niubl., ai4
fall io f!t luitfKiitfti. Puinr Court. Urft aotw.cia.
samlutr l M mil. f.r id. by aU drursUla. bVw.i. ot
couiil,f.li, uit Imlwilua,. Tin (.annit nuuuboturW nl, bv
JOHN f. WKST a CO., 1.1 A m.i w. Illra, St., CtiLtl
tm trial wtUj Mul by ual t.iliiiariuiii'tii(aaMaUUBip.
Health is Wealth !
l iii K. r.uwi Nv.nT akd Un.AiN Tnl
UKNT, agtmraritAtHi "pnciDn for iyeterin, Dizzi.
new. (nnviilHiiiiiH, 1'ita. Nervous Neuralgia,
Ilonilitnhn, Norvous Primtrntion ouueu by the use
of hIooIimI or toliHOOo, Wkfiiliies, Mental Da
prossimi, bufUMiing of the Hrain resulting in in
sanity ami liwling to misery, Uwny ami death,
I'romnttire Old Agn, Itarronniws, Ixxta of power
in either nor, lnviiluritary Loshpu and tyuermat.
orrhtra muiHeil byoveMxurtinn of thoorain,elf.
alKimur ovsr-indulgonoe. Ptcli box contains
ono mimth'a tmitmnnt. $1.00 a box, or aix boxee
for .Ki.uu, sunt by mi.il iirnpaiil on receipt ot price.
WH l' A It A XT K K H1X BOXKH
Tu cure any chm. With each onlor rnoolvotl byua
for aix boxes, socompanied with 5jlJO, wa will
send tlieijnndiHaor our writtun guBranti to rew
fund the money if the treatment dues uoteneel
a curs. (Juuraiitena isBUwioiilyby
IIAKRY W. soiiuii.
Druggist, ('nr.' Commercial sve, A 18th St.. Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tha Howard Oalvanlo BhlelA
and our othnr F.laclro Ual.
vault) and MaaMtle Appu
anuria and (larmaaU are a
Itr, Paralyala, Itbauaiatlsa
of Vital Knoray, thrarworl.
a Drain, Wsak Back, Kid
ner, I.lmr, and Htomach
oompiuinia. ann araaaitpw
d to KithihHxx. Thas.
vary lataaft lm
proved, and en
from belts and all
othars, aa tbay
poal lively vene
aolda, eaaalntf ao
aores, nor trrlta
Una of the skla
can be worn at
work aa wall aa
reat only notlca-
la of UohIU. TIiow for MEN ONLY at onoe rsaoh
tha amit ot illaauM, aa ther set dlreet uima Nervoua,
M......I... 1 . 1 U....U . ( . I ...n.l
tha vitalltywhliti la Klaotrtcltyd'ralpT.d the ays-
tarn or aioaas or inuiacniiioaa, limy inus ia a oaiurai
way ovaroouia the wauknase without dniuulng the stunt"
arli. Thar will tmre every oaaa short nf structural da
Kxneratlnn, and wa ara imiarexi to turnl.b the moat
eraiitiatto anil aliilula prtKit to suppurt our claims,
llliMtratnd 1'uniiiblet Frea.or sent saalad for Se poataira,
Cotiultatlon I AMKRIOAN OALVANIO CO.
Nnuroiono, (now Ncrve-I.ifo, utreimtli and
Vlgori H ;i iinslllvo restnratlvn fur the Lose of
Manly Vig-or in Youna, Mlddlo-Aged and
Old Mon.nn iimtlcr from wlint cause. In Ner
voua Debility, Exhauation, Impotenoy,
Bcininal Woakneaa, Hint kindred ailment,
this tt uidard Remedy la u certain curw.Hud
to all audi Niillfrei's, tvlio aend a statHiurut ul
their ImuhleH, a iiiiuntlly aiifnHcnt to provj It
virtue will l sent Frew of Cost. Address,
. XltV&9ZOH MEQICAL COi,
P.O.aoia4B4. It. Coula, Mo.
' JOHNSON'S ANODVNt LINIMENT U1
I - poalllvely prevanlthlstarrlhledlseaas, and will post
, lively oura nine eaaea out or tea. leiormatfea that
i will aave nany llvoa. srn frw or mall. Don 'May a
mninenl. I'wvrntl.m la Iwtmr Inan ire. I, & JOllN"
SON tt OrV, IHWTO, MSN. fonwrlvBaswia-ala.
larl'aasosS' fvavanva Itua nuke new rick blvwl.
sft ssa r-A week mtfleat hum
11 4 L Itrloiis. , BusthualnuM I
tnhilti. vapilal nut
r 1 I Zja'll art yiu, Men.
vfr "and girls wauted every
A week msrtest hum by the indue-
now notice tne
lor it. Now is tha time, You can
work In spne time, or give your whole time to tha
bneinnM. No other bn.lneas will pay yon nearly
ss well. Soocopaa falltomake enoruoaa pay,
by engagelnt at one. Cosily oat St and terms fret
Money made fast, easily, aaaVkoautably. Addraaa
THUS A CO., Aofusta.mata.
I, L i, 'I aula to aaarar.
. $ ' I Jis4l 1 Power reanlHted
i W kT ' twf J to aiwit the differ-
' ' KlyAB?09 7a I I of all
! fy'V Slt 41 M f dlaaaass wlrnr.
r,:!hhJln' l I KlavtrleasdMar
& J" "XT W nalla traatmant