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A NOTED BUT CNU'ITLKI) WOKAH.: 1
Front the Boetoa OWx.J '
Jfeetr, JMttor f
The above If a food UkiM of Mr. Lydl t Pink,
ham, of Lima, M,, who abort allother hum bain-
may bt truthf ally called th "Doer Mend of Women,1'
hhw of bar eorrwpoutent Iot to oall bur. lb
la eeakmaly devoted to br work, which U th outoom
ol a UfMtudy, and 1 obugad to keep di lady
mlittnU, to blp bar astwertb large rorrefrwndenea
which dally poun la upon br, vh bearing It pclel -burdm
of HfforlBi;, or Joy at nlcua (ram Ik Ho
TcgotabUOompoand da mtdldn (or good and not '
trll parpoesa. I bar paternally InvoeilgatMl it ao
am aUUfied of th truth of thl.
On aooount of It prown merit. It U recommended
aad praacrlM by Uwlwat phyalcUa la th tontry
On tayai "It workf Ilk a charm and eeve atuck''
pain. It wlO our entlroly th wont form of tallinf
of th aUroa, Leoeorrhoaa, Irregular and painful
llaeifatJoa, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammation and
CloaraUon, Hooding, all Displacement and th eon
aeqneut spinal weakneaa, and I eipaclally adapted to
Iba Chang of Llf .
U praMatea7 portion of th fratam, and five
saw Ue and vigor. It remorn faint na, flatulency,
deatrcyt all anting far atlmulanU, and relieve weak
a of th stomach. It cure Bloating, Iltadaihea,
iMToq I'ruatraUoo, General DeliUUy, Ueepfeeaneoa,
Peprawdna and Indlgeatton. That f eellng of bearing
dwB,oaaUigpaUi,w(lght and backache, la alway
permanently cured by It un. It will at all time, and
ttndur all dreamataaMa, act In harmony with Ih law
that govern the female (yUm
It eoeta only l . pe r bottle or atx f or IS., and If old by
drogglat. Au.r adrlot required to apodal ", and
th name of many who bav been roetored to perfect
health by the um of th Tegatabla Compound, can b
obtained by ad Jrearing lira P., wttb stamp tor reply,
at bar horn. In T.ynn, Haa.
. Jor Kidney Complaint of aftAar M thli roroponnd le1
Murraao d a abundant testimonial ihow.
."Iba. I1nkhaa'lirarrilU,"tajrloawrur, are
ta bat IA world tar tho cur of CoutlpaUoo,
IWIIouaw and Torpidity of th Urer. Her Blood
PurllleT work wooden In It epacial Un and bid fall
to equal tb Compound In It popularity.
. All moat nsapeot bar a an Angel of Mercy who aula
ambition I to do good to othftra,
Philadelphia. I1. Ob Mr, a. M. D.
Hop Hitters are the l'urent and Best
Bitten ever Made
They are compounded from Hops, Malt,
liuchu, Juiidmko and Dandeloiu the old
est,' Wat, and most valuable medicines
io the worldand contain all the bet and
most curative properties of all other rem
edies, being the greatest Blood Purifier,
Liver Ilctfulator, and Life and Health lie-
atorinn Agent on earth. Ito disease or ill
health can possibly long exiat where these
Bittera are used, so varied and pertect are
They irive new life and vigor to the aged
and inrirm. To all whose employments
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organs, or require an apetizer. Tonic and
mild Stimulant Hop Bittera are invaluable,
beine highly curative, tonic and stimula
ting) without intoxicating.
No matter what yoar feelings or symp
toms are, what the disease or ailment is
use Hop Bitters. Dint wait until you
re sick, but if you only feel bad
or , miserable, umj Hop Bitters at
onco. It may save your life.
Hundreds have beeu saved by so doing
1,100 will be paid for a case thry will not
cure or neiji. i
Do not suffer or let your frienda suffer,!
but use and urge thi'm to ue Hop Bitters.
Remember Hop Bitters is no vile,drugged
drunken nostrum, but tho Purest and
Best Medicine ever made; tho "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should bo without them. Try the Bitters
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It Is for the
ture of tbla dlaaaae and If .ttendants,
f KP81A, CONBtlPATlOlf , PflJES, U., that
?lXL8 have pained awjrld-wida
repuUHon". ycrRemedy baa ever bean
ilaoovered that "acta ao' gently on the
digestive organa,"giving tfiam vigor to as
ilmilate food. Aa a natural reeultTthe
Kervoua Bystem la BraoedT tntTMuiolea
are Developed, and the BodjTBobust.
Oil 111 AUtrl Fever.
H. rivai a Plantar at Barm Barev La..aar l
llj plMtatioa ta In a malarial dlatrlat. For
avorad yaar I ooold not mak half a orop on
aooount or bUloua dlaaaaaa and ohilla. I vaa
aaarlv Olaoonraajaa wnan oagao tna naa or
TUTT'S PIUjBI. The raault waa narraloua :
toy laborer boob becamo baany and robvat,
ao4 1 kavo bad no further trouble.
Tbt rellwa tka mnad LI rr, elana
th) Hlo4 froaa polaoaon bnanara. Mel
eaate ah bowrla tm awt nUy, wtUb
exit wHIrhi Boerata reel wrlU
Try tlt rruMMty fairlr, awd yaxi win gala
atMwItliy tlgaUH, Viarorvna HmIt, Par
KiI, HtrMat Nanrea, mm a Slaaael U vtr.
eo. agitata. OflJea, aa Marray U W. .
TUTT'S HAIR DVE.
obay mm at WHMKKaachanirMl toaotoaav
Alauk by a alnBle anplliatlim of this Dva. It
pnturaTciilor.aiid a'ia inntniiUnwxialy,
riruKkiits, or nt by expreaa oo receipt
af One Dollar.
Offtoa, 8B Murray Street, New York.
af-JH. Ttvrra HANVAt. Falable
lrHlaH a4 tVeeMl Baeet I
taiil a mM4 ran aaniKaaWaw. W
A Sew aad Complete notel, frontlna on Lret
sacona ana nauroau ovra,
Tbo Paitongor Orpot of taeOhjca, Bt. Lonla
and .awOrleanai Illlnola Caatralj Waha.h, Ht.
f ....i. tt.MMm imn Mountain aun nnutbnrn.
kohlteand Ouloi CalM aud 81. Lqmi Railways
are all Juat acroas the "treeti while lb Bwamooai
I Atiaitia la hnt nut annara dlalanta
TkU ttntni la hvatod br airaro, hat . steam
Laaadry. ,Ydrai.llo Elevator, Klaetrte Call DtlU,
AOtomatle Flra-Alarms, Bathe, aheolntoly purs alt,
uarleel sewerage and complete appotnunenta.
. Hunorh fhrniehlagsi perfsot aarvloei aadaaaa
"Mky Mm f
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
ore) Throat, Mlng. Kriliia, Hrulaea,
Harm. an'Mlda. ! Hlla,
id a i.i, (nil ni hiiiiii riiNN ami a iif.h.
SH by Urui.' li. .rr , wl,. r... Kill; tenia eoUM.
UlwLloa. ta II l.iiuin.
THK MAIILKa A. VVWI'l.Ml 1 0.
i.tuvueijvi aaiiiawr. a.l..i
,1110 Daily Bulletin.
What Thirteen Womin Had to Say Over a
. rallen Horw,
Th'ntM'n women nnd iw man K;eu
piud scald iu h .strcct-cur coming down
town on Saturday. Tiio old iMHidtictor
wan juat tilling luw halNa-lo7,3ii of tho 1
boys hud reilrnd with furtiine.s nfier nn
experiuncn of only two year on the lino,
vf hen Llie drivttr wound up his brake,
ami brought tho ear up withaj'ik.
The old conductor tihored up hix sleeves,
forced Ii'im hat down hard on tho hack of
his head, tdearcd tho back platform with,
a bound, nnd ran up forward to we
what w a ip. All tho women iusid
the car jumped to their feet, and then
the onu-riuiniiioiil began.
'Why, it's a poor horse," exclaimed
one woman, looking around ut the oth
ers. "So it if," said another, "nnd he's
ailkn down u hole."
"Vitor thing! ami tho cart has run
over him, too."
"Yes, ami if ho's fallen down a hole
they'll have a hard time to get him up.'1
No, lie hasn't fallen down a hole.
Hu's fallen down, that's nil.''
"Oh, the poor horse. I wonder if he's
"I do believe he's dead."
"No, he isn't dead. Just see lim
wag his tail."
"Whv don't the men back the cart off
"They can't; don't you see he's fallen
on the shaft?"
"I never h'd sec such a lazy Kt of
men. Whv ' they do something?
I just w ish i was a man."
"Why don't they cut tho harness?
Did you ever?"1 ,-
."I don't believe a single one of them
has got a knife. Ok, just hear that con
Then there was peace in the car for a
moment The harness was unbuckled,
and the old conductor and a half-a-dozen
men seized the cart and rolled it oft
the track. The women watched all this
in silence, and the solitary man in tho
corner went to sleep. Then they broke
"Well, they havt done it at last."
"Oh, just gee that man kick that poor,
poor horse. Isn t it just too brutal for
"I do believe he in deud. They can't
mako him stir one bit."
"They will kick his ribs in, just as
"See that awful man with the whip.
I just wish tho poor horse would btie
"There, now he is getting tip. Well,
did you errr see swh a looking thing?
I do believe he was too weak to stand."
"Why, you can almost see through
"They oughtn't to let such a looking
horse as that out. He's enough to scare
"Will; if I'd known he was mch a
shadow as dtil I wouldn't have been
wasting via sy input hy "
Just then the old conductor rang the
bell and' the ear started oil' down the
street with a rush. Tim man in the
corner woke upt and the women settled
back in their seats, and watched the
horso until ho had been left behind out
of sight. riiilwUljihia Times.
t - -a-
Life at an Old Watering Place.
Kittrell, N. C, was onco called Kit
Crell Springs, and where tho spring was
where tho puddle that remains is
there still stands agrent "ramshackle"
building, a corner of which is now used
for a school. As I passed tho place
when starting out for a long walk. I no
ticed a negro sunning himself against
the ruin, while his team stood iu tho
road. This outtit consisted of a singlo
steer harnessed, with about equal parts
of leather and rope, to a two-wheeled
cart containing nn ordiimry wheel-barrow
load of tobacco. Returning, after
a stroll of two hours' time, I found the
position unaltered. Tho patient bullock
was chewing his cud, and his master,
still awake in one eye, had not moved
"Why don't yon go along?" I asked.
"Dat nr's powerful long hill up to
Kittrell," ho replied; "reckoned I'd stop
and rest a niinit."
Did you never notico this peculiarity
of the noirro. that ho has no idea of
time or distance? Un will honestly
swear in court that he stood within
arm's length of a person whon he was a
rod away, and that he had loft his
Bouse live rninutos before, when he
had been away an hour. Every judgo
oiieht to StudV tills DhnsH of neo-ro
character and impress it upon the jury,
i "So this is the spring," I continued;.
'it does not seem to amount to a great
"Dat so, mass'r," ho replied. "You
come long heah summer time you rind
It done gone, i ore ney pulled down
dat ar mill dam up yonder do spring
full o' water."
. . Oa tastinir It I found no trace of min
eral whatever. ; Tho intelligent carman
had a very plausible, and I doubt not a
correct, explanation 01 ,tuis pnenomo
c! "Reckon sense folks don't come hcah
no mo',' doy don't put no mo' iron rust
.-J L.!. .1 - In I a 14 It
BUU IKIUUIVUI IUH 11- .
, . A Russian Princess at a recent ball
glveu iii .Nice woro a dress made entire
Tv of noacock feathers. Heads of the
.birds, with eyes mado of garnets, were
! CAIRO, BULLETIN: , TUESDAY , MORNING, MAY 20, 18$3.
i W. P. ;,aniiiH, river editor ol I'na Bm.i.iTi
and ateamboat pwaaniror aiint. Order for all
kind of lUtamboat Job printing lollclted. Ofllco
atBuwer'e Kuropeait Hotel. No, Tl Ohio levee.
The 8ilver,Cloud from Paducab will re
port here at 3 p, in. connecting with I. (J.
K. It. aud leave on her return trip at 4:30
The Annie P. Silver left here for New
Orleans last night with a fair trip.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg
passed up for Bt. Louis last night.
The Ooldcn Rule leaves here this morn
ing for New Orleans.
The Vint Shinkle will arrive to-night on
her way to Memphis,
The Arkansas City leaves Bt. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The Cons Millar arrived here at 8
o'clock Sunday morning with a good trip
for Memphis. Blie added 000 bbls. of
flour here besides a lot of other freight;
also 2G deckers for Plum Point. Departed
The R. It. Springer from Cincinnati
passed down Hunday for New Orleans.
Shu had a fair trip and added nearly 20J
The Andy liaum fiom Memphis passed
up for Cincinnati Sunday 3 p. in. She had
00,000 feet of lumber besides a good lot
of miscellaneous freight and cattle. De
parted at 3:30 p. m.
The Ella Eimbrough left here Suuday
morning at 8 oclock for raducah. She
had nearly one hundred excursionist on
board and arrived at Paducah at 3 :30 p.
The citizens there gave them a warm
reception and Mayor Reed, who is the em
bodiment ot liberality and hospitality, did
everything in his power to make tho ex
cursionists visit a happy one. Everybody
on their return expressed the greatest satis
faction in their short visit to the beautiful
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville arrived
here Sunday evening at 4 :30 o'clock. She
had a moderate trip and left on her return
for the Cumberland at 3 :30 p. m. yester
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis
passed down for Vicksburg Sunday night.
She bad a profitable trip.
Sherlock from New Orleans
arrived here yesterday
morning at 6:30
She was light and departed for Cincinnati
at 7 a. m.
The Hudson for St. Louis is doing
flourishing business. She passed up for
St. Louis Sunday night.
The river at this port marked by the
gauge last evening at 4 o'clock, 83 feet 3
inches and rising. ' "
Yesterday was a regular old stem-wind
er. Although the weather was pretty and
bright overhead, the wind blew very hard
from noon till 5 o'clock, which occasioned
considerable trouble to boats getting in
and out of p rt. The Ella Eimbrough in
trying to get out, blew under the stern of
the Annie P. Silver and tore her larboard
guanis on boiler deck nearly all oft", and
the Silver Cloud, whilst trying tO( land at
the lower wharf boat, got in the same trap
tho Kimbrouih did and lost her stage. The
wind was the roughest we have experienced
for some time and laid March "beautifully
in the shade."
This beautiful refuge from summer heat
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
for the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest wator whose medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, servo a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the ieoble and health to tho sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
feet high, jutting out here and there in
fantastic chapes resembling boasts and birds
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN ARTIFICIAL LAKE
for boating and Ashing has been added
to tho natural scenery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whoso base the water reaches
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slope from the hills, the whole
covering several acres of ground.
"No. I" the "Iron Spring"bas properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria.
"No. 3" the"Magncsia,'isa uover-failinii
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
tho best service as a wash for eruptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted; the beds are furnished with mat tresses
and springs; new cottages bavu been built;
the dining-room is large and airy and tbo
kitchen is in charge of a first olass steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at $8.00 per
week; children under 13 years, second or
separate table, half price. . t
Parties , from Cairo can take an early
broakfast at home or at Vienna sod arrive
at the Springs in time for. dinner; far
across by back 79 cents or by private con
veyance for three or more 76cts. to 1.00,
trunks extra. J. E. Lemtn, Prop.
P.O. Allen Bprlogs, III.
CowWMt KM) Cold, A young xirl deep
ly regretted that hIiu wh o colorlosg and
cold. Her (ace was too white and her
haodi and feet felt at though the blood did
not circulate..! After: one bottle or Hop
Bittera bad been taken the waa the roaieBt
and healthiest pirl io the town, with a fir
acity and cheerfulness nf mind gratifying
to her frienda. i
Sbiloh's Vitalizer s what you need tor Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Puul G. Schuh,
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at niiht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottlo of Mrs. Wins-
low's rioottnng Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, 'mothers, there is
no mistake alxiut it. It cures dysentery and
diarrluea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind ctdic, softens the gums, ic
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing SyrOp for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and ia the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and hert female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
nd is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory s Little Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you.-15 cents. (',)
Among the most efficacious of remedial
agenta are tho medical preparations from
the laboratory of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
An old gentleman iu Marylaud said he
had raised his family on "Sellers' Liver
Pills," and considered them almost as es
sential to a family aa bread. That's true.
('. II. Schmidt, a farmer near Eust St.
Louis, III., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters is
the best tonic mediciue and appetizer I
ever used." . -
Dropsy and Rheumatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Speer's Port Grape Wine, ot New
Jersey, of iocalcuable benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties have civen it a
wide reputation among physicians tli rough-
out this country and Europe. This wine
took the highest premium at the lato Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weary and de
bilitated females, and used by the best fam
ilies in New York as an evening family
wine. For sale by Paul. O. Schuh.
Wobk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boyi or Girls cau do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned suction, but the direct
and reliable route ia 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
worth, AtobisoD, St. Joseph am) Omalii.
full man palace sleeping (Jars ol ttie very
hcest make are attached to all tram.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia ""inset with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is mnde with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only last, time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Scud for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of tliif
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. KiNNAN, F. Chandlek,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Ageut. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Disease, rrou;nsity soil IWiou, tilings
Mankind numlxirlefs uiliuunts luieuiost
among them are Nervousni'ss, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakuees of (Jencra
five Organs; Allen's Brain Food succt'i afuN
ly overcomt's theso troubles and restores
tho sufferer to liia former vigor. $ I. At
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved ly Sbiloh's Curs.
Paul O. Schuh, agent. (8)
The Ine panencer sud freight steimer
f.eaves Cairo every Monday, Wedneaday and
Friday morning at 8 o'clock for New Madrid and
Nashville, Paducah ft Cairo Packet.
The elegant and palatial iteamor
B. S. RHEA,
J. 8. TYNRR.,
Mat s I it ! i
BILI.Y HCUBTON ..,
Leaves Cairo evory Monday at 4 p. m. for Naih
Mville, Paducalift Cairo U. 8. Mail
W. If. CHERRY,
PINK UUBl(......H.Ma. ,. Maiter
JOLLY HARD.,.. n. yCltfrk
Laavss lats port svary Wsdassiay si 4 p. m. fm
N O T
The largest stock
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
, -Oiiel? , I' ril II M'iY
ilMl at V
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
410 & 412 -N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
FEW DROPS applied to the lurfare
uid almoitt Instantly RELIEVE
nn uisiuvivi iug Bauaii ui tr.v
hajmoKQHAi,frthe Cor of
IS tiff Join ta, Nnnr&liriaVi Lavma
sort) xnroav. falna in tun
aud Is equally emeaoloiis for all
requiring a powerful umusive
Ask your Druggist for it. rrlce
Mil f MM ""J -7J
Spared only by JACOB S. MERREIX,
'Wholwrnt Dniinrlirt. gT. LOUIS, MO
After a Bainy Bide a Country Physi
cian Tells What He Thinks of
I wlnh to cracloua some people wuuld ttaru
when they need a doctor and when tlicjr don't,"
exclaimed Doctor K , ai he entered hie houee
In a coney little village Id tho interior of tho StaU
of New York, after a tedious nllit rido for mauy
mile. 1 bare been down tmanie the mountains to
see a man, who the meaaunger tald, waa very lick,
and not likely lollye't'U morning, nnlem ha had
immedlati kelp; and founa biui .auOuring from a
rather atiarp attack of colic, which hts faiuily
m'.L'ht have relieved lu ten initiates, If they had a
grain of ene aud two or th.iai)v-rHielteii In
thehoute. But no; they must remain Uuorant m
pips, and when the least arha or pain takes them,
send for a doctor, whether they t rer py blm or
"Why, Duct or. what kind of almplc rerrcdie, at
yon call them, do yon expect ptfjplc to keep In the
suntcr ' amea niwne, as iue punr mm a cup
of hot tea. ,
"lu this caae,H answured the Doctor, "It they
Hon, or by a union of the two proce(e." Ben
ton a Plaster promote both. It inrltei tlio torpid
organi to act, and send in beating, toothing to
(hence through the myriad poroa of (he rkiu, All
other platters oblUe tho patient to wait, 1'hef
Iflvehlm hope for. to-morrow. Ueoeou't platter
give him help to day. Which 'a better, do you
thlukt Bay the CAITINE and keep It to the
bullae. Price 25 ennta.
Sualmry & JohtMou. Cbemtatii, New Yerk.
) 71 Oct. PI AN
WltU bTOOI,. liiHlK,
urRIUNI .Oct. r.ano.
chapel organ, itd.
DrrKlnmH k Co., Jf
w-v sj riooti bf i sweeping hy, g
I f I J 1 VaJ ' I ttd dare belnre yuudic, aom.-
I thing nilclity and anhllmn
I ll I i)J I 'eavu behind locouqmir time."
"" w I'Miawrck iu your own town.
Five Dollar nut fit Ire". No
risk. Everything new. Capital nut required. We
will furnish you evory tiling. Many are making
on ii nea. l.adiea mako at unicli aa infi and Ixiyt
and glrla make groat pay Header, If you want
luialutw at which you can mnka great pay all the
time, write Tor parlkul.irMo 11. ifALLETV A CO
Cortland, Maine, i. r .
617 St. Charles Strust, ST. LOUIS, M0, ;
A rairnlar (JiiuIuhi
of two liii'ilic;il
eollenes, li n a lieen Imieer iMiiraKt'd In llielreat-
liient ui (.'Uroutn, rSvrvoi, Hum and
llloeid IHhcimi t tin ii any nlher nhvlel,n In
01. UiiiIh, an ell v ihti nlaw nnd all old le.H
dentil know. ('"iiHiiiiailun ..t mHeeor ay mull,
frwe Mini Invited, A I'l leinlly talk or bin opinion
eoMta imthlnir. When ttlHlneoriviMileiitlovMt
till) elty .nr trentmeiit, ineilleliie, ran lienent
by mail or eiprena viTVwlier. ihi .,;
guaranti-eil; where iloulil. i'll lllalrankly
staled, call or rlUv . . .
Hervoun Prostration, Pability, McnUl an
Physleal Wtaknew. Morcurial and other
affootions of Throat, Skip and Pones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poi toning, SkiaAffce
tiont, Old Sorss afd Ulosrs, Igjwjpjjjg
Marritgs. Jtbeumatlm, Pilos. JVjil
attention to cuset from over-worked hraia.
SUBGICAL CASES rncolvs jpeelal attention.
Dtstases arising froinjitiruduneet, Exae'iins,
Indulgenns or Exposure.
It It lf-vld.'nt'llul a pliyaii lan paying
tiarllenlar atteiillmi Io arlan nle, allalua
ureal Hklll, and ph au mm In rBiilar prnel en
all ovr-r thn eouiiirr knowing Ihl. Oti itly
reeomniend wwii to I lie olilenlc.men In Aini;U'a.
where every kimwu applliinee la remirtt'il to,
and that pirtvr.l -rni.l rpimuli-" l all
aite. and enunlrli't ai ui'i. ; A whole liou M
uxed forolllee pur and all are (rented will,
. ikll! IU a reaiartful manner ami. knowing
what to do-tiocxpeilliMlilHareliiail. Oil ar.
, count of ill a rent auai ier applying. Ilia
charnea am kei.t low, ullen lower tillin g
. drtnanrtitl hr oilier If ou aimuia the aklU
and aetaKpreily and n'i leel lil rii re, thai la
tha Important mailer, t i'auiphlet, M pKe,
ent to any add rets fioe.
fine. iiiADP ircc nr
ts. ( iipnriua, uwiwax irnuts, .',
Kleiratit elnlli and gilt lilndliiu, Hralrd for M . -.
cent In mtait or earreney.
drrhil pen iili'tiitvs. One n lire , article' on t
' following atiliieet.1 Vim may marry, who nr
Shy I IWr air' to tiitn .. ) marry flr
anhnnit, Wonilihmd fhkloal Sway. V
article' "ii ma
i ha I
tnomu niariy. , mom nvaii'i uapinoi'i hij .
nereaard, Vhtvii1 nnwrlud.or iitinilall1i tj
noma marry.. on.n
Itiereaaed, Thwit1 nnwrli
...M.IUM lllti.,.l.l f.-M.I If.
kiarrvlua alum 1.1 n ail It. II ontni mre rm i
fr? all ail
y ail auuii ierwoa, arpi nun , i
4 M pas. alcvatt Sr aialU la uwaaf ol
had only pot a BENSON'S CAPC1NK POIIOU8 I J,,"vfel r w '
I'USTEKoathe man s itoroach, ho would have I J JBI ''jv$ . ! " A
been all rtyhlln an hour, and saved me a dreary I i A I afV ' ' TO?
In all ordinary complaltm it eiiM at ouco. j ' 1J ifV. j '
AUdiseaseaare. eliminated from Uio, yneui ly I I'l fal - I - ar
what maybe roughly railed expuleion nr extrac- 1 ' I Cl"T!r,
I C 3D!
and lowest prices
I ll M'iY
A powerful ijn.iJttiiilidM coin-
ixisoil mostly of Essential Oils.
i no most peiifltratlnn Liniment
icnnwn. So concentrated that a
will Penetrata to tha vara Bona.
PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing,
T7 tiinoi vM'uiio fiiruta 1l( Any tvHlU 11
Rhcnmattam, Sprain. Bra.
Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
ijimiM if iu any uju ui ma nyBuriu
pain In Uin Stomach and Bowela,
stimulant, see ftiarroii'. Aiiminao.
60 ct per buttle
K II w
i)iriii fiinl'iiin xpr"d In liiiKUaic that can
lie andoMimdi Ike irmpluti,, fin but aud mo-t ac
rmat Inlulliueiicn ' f whatever In the wldo world la
woith Rtte' Hon. That i what everybody ! tore
io nnd In any edit on of TH S SUN. Snhccrlptlon:
i A 1 1 v (1 imgna), by maiLNie. a month, or fl SO
a year j .-umj m yKur;
(K pHunai, $l.iio per year.
year; .sondav (H pafroa), $1.-J0pr year; Wieklt
I. w. at
OI.AND. Publlaher, New Y rk City.
IUVUKCEH. No puhlleliy; reaiilesU of any
1' State. Deasertinii. Non Hnrtimit. Advlca inn
arplleailun fur tm
W. U, LEE, Att'y, 239
iwnanway, .( . Y.,
VfZ will futv th bo rtwvd for any csm ot Urr CoBpltkii
P.j-p!l, Pi. k Hr-arlvlid, niHgitl(tiJ Cooilirt(oo or Costlrtant,
wtcMiotcur wltii Wl'i VrTrrdUg l.itr Pills "fetm lh dtrst
llomtnt itrictly eonipIWd with. 'Ibvyar purely TvtUb)f , tin!
iitver fnlt io iriv lAlufacilon, Pnjrr ColJ. Lury-t boitt, cea
tuluuiK Jy pill, 5ft fttiu. l or $ hy ill druKltti. Bwsu ot
counUrf-ltt ami lmlutl'n. Ttii fnuinf tLMiurVciurrd uy by
JOtl.S C. VS fM A CO., m m W. Maaij H., Cbkc
free Iriavl Lcl-a;v' venl k- uil jfff4uu rrtcuua 3 vtat lump
Health is Wealth !
Dit 11. c. Wknt's Nebtb and linxis Treat-
11KNT. a irunrniilMM,! anoeiHr foe Hvatertn. Dizzi.
ooaa, ConvulHiona, Kita, Nomina Neuralgia,
lloHrliiclie, NrvniiH Priatnitioncauel by the una
ofalcuhftl ortolittiioo, tVakofulnana, BlentuI Do
inwiHiiin, Hoftoning of the Drain reatilting in in
timity nml liH(linr t" miwry, decay and death,
l'romafi:re Old Ait. Hnrrx-'inine, Ioaa of power
in either Hex. Involuntary IjotNm nnd Siermnt
orrlnraeiiol byuver-nxortinnaf tho brain, self,
abiiaeor nvur-intlulnijiice. Each box (Xiutiuna
line montira trnalmout. $1.J a lxn,r six boxet
fur$J.Oll,HoiitbyniHil prep-iiUon ncaipt of price.
Wt5 a AR.WTF.E H1X BOXKM
'J'o cure nny rnee. With each onkr received by us
for aix hoxe. aocomimniwl with $.U we will
aoiiil the puriliaaer our written guarantee to re
fund tho money if the trant men t Uuee not eneot
a cure, (iuuruu'.eos iaauud onlydy
I IA li RY W. KOIIUII.
Prugglnl, Cor. Com mere till avu. 18th t., Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Howard GalvanloBhlalA
vanleand Maauatlo Appll
aneaa aad Uarmaot ar a
I ireunl"r Wenoaillflill-
y, Partlyila, Kbanmatlam
of Vital bnariir, Ofarwork.
d HrlD. Waak Dark, Kid
nay, I.ltmr, and Htornaoh
rnmiilHlnU. anil aradapt
ml to lirrnr.n Hit. Than
Tary lataat lm
proved, and aa
from halt and all
othara, a they
acid, caaaln ao
aoraa, nor Irrita
tion ofth akla
fo b worn at
work aa wall aa
rat only notion
al) I to waarar.
ent ataiiea of all
la of tMiiallt. 1 for MEN ONLT at oaoe reaett
tha aaat of dlaaaM, aa (bay art direct unoa Menrou.
Miiai'iilar, and Oenarntlve fwntera, tVjmliliL.IrfttirlQM
th vlliilli v- elili'li la .'! dia'nwl rromllfatyr
ISm ilyTeaM or Intllaoretloii, thr Ihaa In a natural
way ovarooma th eaknH without druairlna th atom
aeh. Thay will our entry oaa ahoiS of atruetural d
aaaaratlna, and wa nr prpre(t to (nrnlah the moat
Htniihatle and iilimlula proof to iuppnrt our olalma.
Illuatratail Pamphlet Frae.or tent tanled for So poeUge,
ComulUtloa I AMIRIOANQALVANIO CO. ,
Trt Invited f 31 8N. Sth St., St. Loura.M
Neuioaono, (new Xcrvc-Mfo, Klrrnnlh and
'liiri ;i pnslllvo reatornllve Inrtlio Loea of
Mm'ly Vliror lu Younsr, Middle-Aged and
Old men, no mutter nun vliutcaiiM. In Nor
voii" Mobility, Exhauatlcm, Impotenoy,
tirminat Weuknrsa, itml kindred nlliiiunlit.
tliii btindard Remedy Is a certain oura.snd
Id all micli Millercr, who acml a Rtatement ot
llielr Irniilili. aiintiitity tiilllcleiit to prov) Its
vlrtiio will ho sent Freie of Coat. Address,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL COj.
. Box 8404. It. Louis, rTc
JOHNSON'S ANOOVNI LIMIMINT'U
ponHlraly prmM Mil terrlM dKeaaa, and wui ppw
lively cure nlna caaa out of kB. Intormallea thrt
will mt many live, m M f rcahy mall. Ixm u'" a
tnnmaet. t'rteri'ritlon I helterlMn cure. I. B. JOHN'
5ns A ftt, BimTOM. M.1KS, formerly ""a. Ma.
FariMy' Ifawnva l'u make new rkk blowk
fv awa A wnckmai
lit rl L trliu. lie
la nnWl.1. fi
t I I will ttart j
A week made at hnmatiy tha Indaa.
llvat butineas bow neror tea
'apltal not., needed, wa
yon. mn, wninrn, ooyn
ranted vtrvwklo worlc
foru. Nowia th time. Yoa eaa
work In aprr lima, nr glv your whole tins to tha
bnainovt. No other hitalnat will pay -you. nearly
a well. No onecan rati to mak eaornoaa pay,
by sugagoiag at oaee, Vy oalA4an4 lersa Ira
Money nadu fast, ally, aad keaorably . AWra
la. P. PARKHIt Af 10.Xi
used in the looping.
TKU a tv., aagvita. aaataa.