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'. K'tUeVwiimd cures
Soreneii, Cull, (Iruitaa,
lit RMN, ftAI.D,
And mil other bodily ache
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CONVULSIONS. FALUNS SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHOHOUSl,
OPIUM EATIN6, SYPMLUS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
SS$1.50 per bott.e.Tsa
For tastlmonlalf and circular, acnd atamp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co. , Props.,
Bt. Tcoapiv, 2to. (11)
Correepond' freely answered by PbjsiciaiA
Hold by all Draale.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Em beta to frequently aud eatlsfactorilr proven
that It nemi alniuet uporfluoua to say anythlOf
more is their favor. The Immense and constantly
Increasing demand for tbeni, both Id this and foreign
countries, ia tbe best cridouoe of tbi r value. Their
eaie to-dy lu tbe United 8tu ii far greater than
any other Cithartlo medicine. Thin demand 1
not epasmrxllc, it la iwular and steady. It la not
of to-day or yesterday, It la an lucteiw that has been
atenllly irrowiuii lor the last thirty-fl ve yoare. What
aretlia reanons for tbUgreat tud growing demand I
Dr. Hcbmrk'a Mandrake Plllacoutaln no mer
cury, and yt they a. vmh wonderful effort upon,
the Uvnr. They cleanse tho stomach and bowela of
ail lrrltatliiir matter, which, if allowed to remain,
poisons the Uood, and Lintura ou Malaria, ChlUa and
rever, and many other disease. They give health)
and strength to the digestive onrana. They create
aonetite ami irlve vhrnr to tlio whole ayetara. Thai
are In fact th medicine of all others which ahould
be taken In time like the nrceotit when malarial and
other enidi'iuli are rairintr, aa they preare the era.
tern to roamt attacks of dlaeaao ol every coaracwr.
Ilr. Nrhrnrk'a Mandrake PHIa arnanldhyaU
drutrulHtu at .c.pcr box, or ae nt by mall, postpaid.
on receipt of price.
Ilr. fSrhrnck'a rtonk on Consumption, Mr.
rr Complaint and Dyspepsia, In English or
German, la sent Irrr u all. Aattrem nr. j. li.
HCIILNCK & MIN, Philadelphia, Pa.
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A POSITIVE CURE
in r .-V'tj
Catarrh ami Hay
. rnt.tt IM TUB WKin.
Ilf mlivrlir ft llenfiiPH
or any kind or amcni
Inflamait ' and ronsh
nrfacoft. A propara-
ti on or unnountea
morlt. Apply by the
little fljgor into the
nootrlle. It will be
a t i ahuornna, eneciuany
J AVaiPPVIiDcloHnflnii tha natal
STl" " w - paaaagea of catarrhal
a .....nA l.im t Uaw In.
viral, caniliiff noauny puruv.un.
1 ""P r" ..,.'.nd mmM.
ore ana roaiorue u. '".."" . " u.
Beneficial roaulU r roallaod by a lew ppllca
?feya, known, dfeplaolnKlU
Beiia for circniar conwmu
r.lUW. te.tlmonUU. Bvmanj prepaid, wnU
packaae-umparacolTd. Bld by all waoia.
ILY 0UHS AMUAMl VU.vwv . ..
The Daily Bulletin.
A. trim litllo HoMtnii miiulcu wiio lnul
ln'cn .Milling Inill ii)i'iht in a chair
tlurinr mi i-vi'iiin ni'l.y, all liy lii-rsolf,
wiw iitrosloil hy a aynii'mllmtli! old cn
I'.innuii upon whom tlm ehilM'H iirolnr
liatiirul piilicnce ami Holmnuily hal
iimili! a ili'cp iiiiirc.ssioii.
"I slioiilil think von woiihl fi.rl very
tiivil, my lilili' one,1" 1m sitiil.
"Oil, yes, Him ivplh-il, witli a lannhl,
Hum', air, "iln'sc .nocinl orcalnns ar it
Rrifitt trial to ono's ftinlins,"
In tlm hiirrootn of a Washington ho
tel it r'iith'man was praising tlm wit
nii'l 1'loipii'in o of a wcll-knovvn oi ulnf.
I Ii:vp hfanl him in tlio Senate ami
on thi! stump," hut liu Is ulwnjs givat
ukI at tho ilinncr talilu."
"I lal you, I know a jjitiatcr onu,"
cliippcil in an U.u.iha man prcsmit.
"I ihiuht it," n.'tunnMl tho
"You may douht it, if you will," snhl
tht paily finiii tlm n'ion of tlio setting
sun, "lint it's Cmi's tnith that I havi
known him to oat ihtvo poiunN of sti-itk
at a .single nmal."
"U it rijrht to hivf your m-ilitxir as
joursdf al all tiim-.K?" ukiitl a ncophytt!
of tlm village pusior.
"No." ri'tiiin 'i the truly jooil man,
"not if thi-iv is a fanlight ovi-r tlm
Tl.o i-arly ili-vt'lopiiii'iit of oonscicnui;
is oim' of tin' must iniiTftstin features
in the growth of a chihl. Nothing can
he moro Miestive to tho thinijrhU'iil
li i i t I than to mm- h Mnall hoy travel half
a mile out of his w ay in onlcr to avoiil
a nhiiile factory.
A holy vhi' hnshnnil hail Ihm!D
fleeteil to ( "impress, ami was much ilis
tiirlicil hy I he Mori"' hIio ha'l road ot
ti t uial.iriouj iilmo.sphci-Pi of tlio Capi
tal, askcil our of Lis coii-.iiiiii'nts if he
t!iou!il it was .safe for her lnishatnl to
live in Vas.iunrtoii.
"Safe!" he n j'.ini'il, "well, I ohouM
a .so, Ii'a .ihoiil ihe only pluu: in the
country where a man can .steal with
'0.-itivey no risk of hein sent to State
pri-on for it."
Into tin. chilli's sick room walks a
fricml of the family, ;iml oin ujj to
the beilsido of the convalescent nays:
'(.lad to nee you ho much better,
"Thanks!" returned Minnie. "J
hhall lie nut in a few days."
"And low lon is it since von began
to get well?"
"About a week orte.idays,'' answered
the child, "ever since our doctor was
A Chicago physician undertook tc
explain to his little daughter the differ
nice between the two schools of modi
t ine. I lu reflected for some lime as li
how he should express it in the pirn
jilest and most intelligible way. Finally
lie inlormed her that the ditVerence
consisted in this: That homeopathy
meant small quantities and allopath
meant large quantities. His daughter,
catching the idea, promptly exclaimed
"Then I know what old Mrs. Tarkei
meant when she said sister Mary va
out of proportion. She's got a homeo
pathic nose and allopathic feet."
; How to Kill Eata.
' Marvelously cunning are rati in reo
ognizing devices for their capture
Toasted cheese and rank fish aro among
the baits commonly employed, since the
far penetrating odor of these lures them
to the spot where the trap is set; but in
places where they are so plentiful that
their resort may bo counted upon, noth
ing is so likely to induco them to enter
as a bit of fruit or lettuce, of which they
are passionately fond. Another very
successful dodge for catching them in
bulk is to strew tho room liberally with
some highly-seasoned, thirst-producing
food salt cheese, for instance, or pep
percorns and hempseed, and arrange a
bucket of water in such a way, either
by means o! a tilting board or greased
rim, that when they go to drink they
may tumble in and be unable to get out
again. A friend of mine asserts that no
bait is so attractive to them as simple
fiaper (they certainly seem to bo very
ond of it), and suggests that they would
greodily devour blotting-paper impreg
nated with some fluid poison disguised
with their favorite oil of anise. How
this might bo I do not know; but I
ahould doubt it, considering what aeuto
analytical noses these little toxocologists
have, but it is worth trying. Deer and
such-liko auimals are highly absorbent
of paper. I know . a follow who pos
sessed a pot brocket that could do no
wrong, until one day it went into his
cabin and ate a number of $5 notes,
since which ho has looked upon the ccr
TidiB as a very inferior group, and gen
us carlacus as distinctly immoral. Traps
they will raroly enter; thoy are suspi
clous of poison, and if thoy are beguiled
Into taking it they get away behind
bulkhoads and Into other inaccessible
places to die, and so breed a pestilence.
Anything with a very strong admixture
of arsenic will pros rve tho bodies from
corruption, unless thny get wet; butnot
one rat in a. hundred will evon sniff at
such a compound, and Its trial generally
results in the poisoning of every domes
ticated animal on board, and ends by its
finding its way into the coftee one morn
ing, or something of that sort. Occa
sionally, however, rats will make amis
take, and it is no uncommon thing to
pick them up dead in tho holds of snips
which carry driod hides, in tho prepara
tion of which a great deal of arsenic is
used. All the lenr Round.
Not Quito Sure,
They wero talking about pioneer dayi
In Michigan, when a maiioor by tin
stovo callod out:
"Say, Uncle lVlly, I presume you
luivo lieard tho scream of a pinitlmi' ii
"Well, mebbe, mid mebbo not," re
plied tho old man. "I lived next dooi
to your; grandfather, and when I heart
BiTOiinis J never was quite suro whothei
It wns a painter over In the slush oi
: your" grandfather and 1 1 is wife having
one o' their spells, which ended In tlu
neighbor assembling next day to cotu
' the old woman to como down from hoi
tree and make up with him." Lclroi
Free 1'rcns. . .
OA IRQ BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING,
W. P. r,NHi)itr, nrer editor ol I'm Bitu.itiw
and tteamnoat panaenirer aitnt. Orderi for all
klndaof ateamhoat Job (iriiuliiK eollclled. Oflke
at Ilowar'i Kuropoan Hotel, No. 71 Ohio levee.
Tho Silver Cloud from Paducah will re
port here at li p, m. connecting with I. C.
It. It. and leavo on hur return trip at 4:30
The Ooldun ftulu received about 200
tons of freight here yesterday which filled
her out and she left for New Orleans at 7
I bis is the day for decorating the Hol
ders' Grave at Mound City and tho Silver
Cloud will bo Llack with the American
citizens of African descent.
The John A. Hcuddor from New Orleans
patfcd up for St. Louis yesterday morning.
Hhe was light.
The Ella Kimbrough will leave here
this morning for New Mudrid and way
points at 10 o'clock.
Tho Vint Hhinkle passed down lor Mem
phis last. She had a fair trip, received
some freight here.
Tho Charles Morgau from Cincinnati is
duo to-morrow for New Orleans.
The U. F. Schenck from New Orleans
is duo to-day for Cincinnati.
The river marked by the gauge heni last
evening at 4 o'clock, 42 feot 8 inches and
Tho Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo, Faducah and Slmwncetowu
and will report here to-morrow night
J !m Johnson who resides here left on the
Golden Rule yesterday for Wilson's Puint
to go o i a government boat as engineer.
The Cons Millar left Memphis last even
ing for Cincinnati and is duo here to-morrow
The Iron Duke with a larue tow of
model barges passed up for St. L mis last
The JoTin Gilmore from New Orleans ar
rived here yesterday evemng.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is due
this evening and leave here on her return
trip to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
The City of Vicksburg from Vicksburg
will arrive here this evening on hrr way to
The City of Arkansas is due this evening
The City of Baton Rouge is advertised to
leave St. Louis this evening for New Or
leans. Capt.Tom Worthington, who for several
years was one of the pilots ot the Fowler
and Fisk, has just received an appointment
as commander of the Pete Kerns nbw in
Tbe Will S. Hays left Cincinnati for
New Orleans yesterday at 5 p. m.
Sow the Hit ur.n Oranisn Protects Itsilf.
The organism of tlm human bodvisa
self-regulating apparatus. Every yiter
ruptiini of its normal functions excites a
reaction against the disturbing cause.
If a grain of caustic potash irritates the
nerves of tlio palato. the salivary glands
try to remove it by an increased secretion.
Tim eye would wash it oil' by an im
mediate flow of tears. A larger quan
tity of the same substance could be swal
lowed only under the protest of the
fauces, and the digestive organs would
soon liud means to eject it. The bron
chial t ulies promptly react against the ol
trusion of foreign substances. The sting
of an insect causes an involuntary
twitching of tho epidermis. If a thoru
or splinter fastens itself under the skin,
suppuration prepares the way for its re
moval. If the stomach be overloaded
with food, it revolts against further in
gestion. These automatic agencies of the organ
ism generally Millice to counteract the
disturbing cause, aud the sensory symp
toms .attending the process of recon
struction constitute merely a pica fot
non-interference. The suppurating tis
sues push tho thorn outward, and resent
only u pressure in the opposite direction.
The eye volunteers to rid itself of. the
sand-dust, but remonstrates against
friction. The rum-soaked system of the
toper undertakes lo eliminate the poison,
and only asks that the consequence of
the outrage be not aggravated by its re
petition. I'ut, if that plea remains un
heeded, it finally takes the form of the
omphalic protest wo call (Itivaxe. For,
even in its urgent manifestations, the re
action against a violation of Nature's
health-law is a cry for peace, rather
than a petition for active assistance in
the form of medication. "Accustom
yourself in all your little pains and
aches," snys Dr. Jennings, "and also in
your grave and more distressing affec
tions, to regard the movement concern
ed in them in a friendly aspect design
ed for the tending ti tho removal of a
dilliculty of whoso existence you wen
before unawnre, and which, if suffered
to remain and Accumulate, might prove
tlio destruction of the house you live in
and that, instead of its needing to he
'cured,' it Ls itself a curative operation
and that what should bo called iliMiit
lies back of tho symptoms which, inflict,
aro made for tho express purpose of re
moving the real disorder or difliculty."
Popular Science Monthly for May.
Tho tenor of a Boston church choir
arose to express his regrets that the
clergy, as a rule, knew so little of musio
and told this anecdote as an illustration
of the prevailing ignorance: "One Sun
day morning a minister sent me a hymn
written in a meter which did not fit any
tune at . my disposal. There was just
time to rush to his room and ask him to
change tho hymn, 'Why?' asked ho,
evidently annoyed. 'Because, sir,' Ire
plied, thero is' not a tune in our collec
tion of the same meter as this hymn.'
Is that all, airP' he asked, with great
dignity; 'then why, may I ask, do you
not sing a tune in soma other meterr "
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is uow open
for the season. Three never-failing
8prings of coldest water whoso medical
qualities have stood tho test of
moro than sixty years continuul use, the
walers of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the feeble and health to tho sick. These
Springs aro in a mountain valley whose
sides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
feet high, jutting out hero and there in
fantastic alrnpeB resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to long aud delightful rambles of
which ono forgets to become weary.
AN AHTIKICIAI, LAKK
for boating and Ashing has beeu added
to the natural scenery, bounded on ono side
by cliffs at whoso base tho water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slopo from the hills, tho whole
covering bo vend acres of ground.
"No. 1" the ''Iron Spring"has properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is si most
a specific for malaria.
"No. 2" tliu"Mrtgnesia,"isa never failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
tho best service as a wash for eiuptious or
disease of the sk In.
A new bath house ia by no means the
least among tho latest ftdditioiis.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted ; the beils sre furnished wiih mattresses
and springs; new cottages have been built;
tho dining-roum is largo nnd airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a tirat class steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at $8 00 per
week ; children under 12 years, second or
separate table, half price.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
breakfast at home or at Vienna und arrive
at the Springs in time for dinner; fare
across by hack 73 cents or by private cto-
veyance for three or more 75cts. to $1.00,
trunks extra. J. K. Lenieu, Prop.
P. O. Allen Springs, III.
T. LOUIS &.ST. PAU
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lACKoaaa, bt. Paul and Minneapolis.
Ht. Paul I'RrkotalMive Ht. Lotilerjr Mondnr.Werf
neadarand I'rldar, at p.m. Culnnj i Keokuk Pack
et leave Ht. LnuL dully, Hundiir iceptd. nt i p.m.
Exruraion Ticket at low rates to Ht. Paul. Lake
AilnDxtonkaandiill NnrthoroHiimraor Itiort. Dtraut
and chmpmt route to Oakota, Montana and Manitoba.
ror llliietnttd Guide Book, time tnhlee, puMragar
and irelitht rntM,nnd other Information, addrem,
u BT. LOUIS dk ST jATJL PACKET COL
nharfboat foot of Ollre btT of. LOUIS. MQ.
The fine piMenger aud freight eteamer
Leaves Cairo every Monday, Wcdnencluy end
Frldeymornlngpat 9 o'clock for New Madrid nnd
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
The elegant and pnlatiul nteamer
B. S. EHEA,
J. 8. TYNJIR .,Mimtcr
BILLY IKU8TON Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Monday at 4 p. m. for N'mli
tile. Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CHERRY,
Leaven title port every Wedtienday at 4 p, tn. for
Shop on Halltday Aviiiiiih, between K.mrtli and
Ulxth tun tit, Calm, Illinois.
tWAII klndnol l(!ht and heavy lilackemlllllns,
weiron and rarrlHKU work donn In the morl woik
manllko raauner. Il'ime-etiodtiif a epecialty and
eittl faction Ktiaraii teed .
Mauufactnrtsr und Dealer In
th Street, botween t'om'l Am. ud Lovue.
CHOKE ! BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION. !
area Boatrad. Ail Klada el Est Mad.
MAY 30, 1S83.
The largest stock and lowest prices in
n A DDI
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
You liml at
F. W. IIOSKNTHA.!,,
410 & 112 N. ith St., ST. LOUIS.
kkw hkops applied to tha surface will Penetrate to the very Bone,
;tnd almost Inatantly RELIEVf PAIN! It will not Soli Clothing.
nor diacolor the Skin, or leave
q ware or
Stiff Joint, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat, Paini in the Limbs r lu any part of the Hystem
and is equally eftleaoious fur all pains in the Stomach and Bowela,
rutiuinuK iiowcnui uiuusivo
Ask your bniKKlst for It. 1'rlcc
lreparcd only by JACOB S.
After a Rainy It Me a Count ry I'li)si-
ciiin Tells viia f He Thinks of
'I wii-h to !rariniis winio people would Warn
wheu they need a doctor and wlu-n they don't,"
exclaimed Doctor E , aa lie entered hislioiifo
in a coecy little village In thu iutorlor of tho 6tate
of New York, after a tediona nluht rulo fur many
railoR. I hare bueo down amoni; the mountains lo
ace a man, who the muaaeniter said, wa very nick,
and not likely lo live 't 11 morning, iiuIcm ho hurt
immediate ho'p; and found lilm uihVrlng from a
rattier iliarp attack of colic, which his f.ouily
miitht have rulieved in ten mlLnteH, if thi'y had a
grain of fenno a'id two or three siiiiii! remedies In
the liouce. Hut to; they intuit remain linonmt a
pll'8, and when the lean ache or pain taken them,
end for a doctor, whether they ivcr ny him or
'Why, Doctor, what kind of simple retrcdles, n
you ca'l litem, do you expect people to kerp In the
house!" asked hi wlte, as the poured him a cup
of hot tea.
"luthia case," answered the Doctor, "if they
had only put a UENSUN'S CAPC1NK TOUoUS
VLASTEKon tho mau'a stomach, ho would have
hoen all rlirtit In an hour, aud raved uie a dreary
In all ordinary complaint It cures at onco.
All disease ara eliminated from th system 1y
what maybe roughly called expulMun or extrac
tion, or by a union of tin; two proc ssis. Jlcii
eon s I'laitvr promotes both. It Incites ttie torpid
organa to acl, and annda Ha healing, soot blue in
ll'ii'Uce through Hie uivriad pore of tlm skin, A1
other planters oblUe thu patient to' !(, They
give him hope for to morrow. Iienou's plaster
give him help to day. Which la butler, do you
think? IMy the CAI'CINK and keep it in the
bouse. Price 25 cents.
Heahury & Joli'json, Clii'inlsts. New Y'-rk.
s?y 9 Vrosewo o d 7i
Covf.S9Q for BABY
UfHIUMn Oct. fllltw,
CHAPEL ORGAN. $70.
Dtckinmi & t o , IV
We.-tlltlifil. N. Y.
ICril""1' ,fu ,H sweeping liy. go
IlL " f I land dare hetoru yen die, sunn,-
tiling niiglity und n i hi line
leave behind loroniiiii'rtliiio."
f Ml u week in your ni n town .
Kive Dnllir oniilt fioi. No
risk. Everything new. Capital not r.'0.iilr?d. Vi c
will furnish you everything. Many urn making
fortunes. Ladies make as liincli a. men and hoys
and girls make great pay Kinder, If you waul
business at which you run make great pay all the
time, writoforparticul.irsl.oil. II ALI.fcTT A CO
617 St. Charles Strcot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
' A rrKiilir f Jrnil uit of two ini'dlrnl
Colleues, lias lieeii Imiger eiik'UKrU In I lie tn at
nii'iit of I hronic, Nrrvoiw, b-UIn Hint
Itloixl lllmiaHea lliiin nnv other iihyslel.in In
Ht. Louis, na rlly pa-rs hb.w iiml all old rrsi
ilenw know, t'ousiillallim .-I otlieenr kj mall,
flee ami Invltdl. A rrlrndly talk or h h opinion
coNln initlilinr. When It Is Inconvenient to vli.lt
the city .nr treiitmeiit, iiieillelues enn lie sent
hy mull or express everv where, Cin alile i a-es
1 ritiirautfed; where itonlil exists It ir frankly
oluU'd, Call or Wrile.
Nervous Proatratioa Do))!ilyiJnJil5?
Physical Woaltncax, Mercurial and other
.afloctiona of Throat, Skin anil Bones, Blood
tlons, Old Soroi aod Ulffprs, Impedimnnti to
Marrhgw. Rheumatiym, JPiloa. i Speo lal
attention to cases from ovor-workod hrain.
SUECICAl CASES rwciva irM'a'jJJFJdi'!:
Diseaao ariiine from Imprudonocs, Exoeswa
Indulgence or Exposures.
It Is self-evident Hint physician paying
particular al lent Inn lo a elan, orcae alliilns
great skill, snd idivslelsns III riaiilar ihhi IIih
all orrr Ihe rounlry ktmwlng this, rre.ii.nlly
reconimenil casenln Ihe iilileslcltlce In Ani'Tlen
whero every known appliance Is resorleil 1,.,
ami tho proved c"'l .voiiioclle. of all
ages anil coiiul rles are used. A whole hoin.e Is
ii-i'd lorolllre iirion's, ami all are treali il with
kill In a rcH'ctlnl nuinnii t ami, knowing
wlmt to fin. mi expert nients are made, on ac.
(mint at Hie great nuiiilier itil)luu, tha
rhargea are kept low, olteu lower tl.un Is
il milled hv iillifn If vii secure the skl'l
ml get II "needy and pei leel lite cure, t hut 1.1
tlm iiiiportant' miillei', i'siuphlet, IM pages,
tent to any adilreiii liee, -
rfflfs.1 MARRIAGE GUIDE. I A
Klegnnt cloth and gilt binding Healed for SO
runts In potnK or currency. Over Jlfty won
lerOil pen pleiures, true lo life, artleleon tint
' anllnwluirsuliieels, W ho ion) limrry, who noli
Whyf I'roner sue toniarr' . Who marry prat.
Jtanhood, WomanhiHiil, t'hrli'l decay, Who
" ahould niri'y. Mow lit')' and happiness may rm
' Inrreasnil, ; Thn nmrrleil.or eontauiplatlnB
' Harrying nhoiil.l read It. It otixht tn lie reail.
i"" or all adult pis-smut, tbe kept imder Jock and
, key. I'opiilarrillllon.SBimiasala'vr.hiitpaiH'r
. torer and ttuo paginv. tt tnuU by lualk ta wm
ATT riT ArilTTCI
A ihivotIiiI nreiiuraliun eoin-
ioseil mostly of Kssentlal OH
i lie most penetrating l.lnlment
known. Ho enneentruted that a
disanroenlilo effects of any ktiul. It
itnnwniatisnt , sprains. Brnlana.
Biiinuiiuiv, nee mrm-u flmmnur
50 cU per bottle
8T. LOUIS, WO
NR'.V ADYKKTISKM KNTS.
Decided oplr.l . t k pressnd tn language that can
he. iimler-tiuHl; tlio n'ompteat, fu'lest and mo't ac
cmat ii,ti'lliv:eiice of whatever in the wide world ia
woithntU' lion 1'liat is what evirvhody ! snre
to llnd lo any edit on of Til K NUN. rinhscrlption:
1'aii V ( I iResi, by mail, .Vc. a month, or $ti 50
a yat; .s;niv (S pages), $l.ta)per year; Wkeklt
(S p'i Hi, jl.no per year.
I. V. K (II. AND. 1'uhllnber. New Y rk City.
I klVOUCKH. N" publicity ; residents of any
" Mtaui. Di'SM rtiim. Non Support. Advice and
at plications for etmnp. W. II. LEE, Att y, SM
llroadway, N . Y.
VfKwtllrnvthii)o'rft'WTii fnr inf riff Uvtr Cnraplitat'
1H -(cp'ta, Meat Ht dn:h lihlif -tlnti, Conatiiall-o or Coatlvatitta.
wttraituoictirai wttJi WtitU Viftoif.in Lifr Pilla, whfQ th dlrre
I Ion i are ilriitiy etitnpJied ntUi. ltit-yrt pumly VriM, sjij
(ifver Cil to v-iic lAtUl'acllrm. Pii?ir Cold. I.avre txiifi, con
Uitiiitj 'M Is 95 fvnta. -r ait by ail dmrel". Bwar tf
funfcrlelti ihi jmiiutfona, Tha pfiiuini tuautiftctured only by
JOHN r. m A CO., M A V. HadixiD PI., Chkt
tnetrtiJ pj. kajv artit Ly timit )r.il oo nrciU'Luf A3 cul tUunti
Health is Wealth!
Dit K.C. West's Nf.bve And Hbain Trcat.
Mknt, ii ginirHiilotsi ntseiti' for Ilysteriu, Dizzi.
noss, ConviilMionH. Vit. Norvoua Neuralgia,
HeailiiehH,rinrvotiB ProstrHtion raused l the nsa
of Hlcolwl iirtobniTO, Wiikefulnesa, Mental D
proHsioii, Unfleiiing of thu Drain romilting in in
Knnitv nniL leniliiiir to minerv. (icsiiy ami denth.
rrnnmti'.ru Old Ago. Jbirronnma, Joea of power
in oilhnr wx, Involuntary Imwos him! H)ormiif
orrlei H eutisMcl Dyovor-exortion of tho brain, eelf
nlniN) or owr-inilulgoncn. Kach box containa
ono montli's troutment. fl-fiia box. or six boxoa
forJ.Vtm.soiit by nmil prepaid on reoniptof prica
W Ul AltAXTKK HIX IIOXKJ
'J'o cure any caso. With each order rocoived by us
for six boxes. nrconiiaiiiH(l with $WXI, we will
end thopiitvliiiHeroiir writton gtmraiitoe lo ra.
funil Iho money if tho I mil moot does uut effect
a c ure, (iiuirniitw's issued only by
IlAimY W. SGI1UII,
Druggist, Cor. Commercial avo. i lsih t Cairo.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Th. Howard Onlvsnlc HhisltV
Tiinlennd Manns tlo Appll
am and Uarnmnt. ar a
Ity. Paralysis, Khauoiatl.ni
Fell'J Kthaintlon, Los.
ol Vital Ensr, (Ivsrwork
h1 llrnln. VVwik Uaek, Kid
ney. Liver, and Htoraaca
enraelitlnls, nnn areatlapt-
d to IMTHKa hKX. I hen.
very latst im
proved, nnd en-
Ii om halts and all
other., aa tbey
arid., caanlntf no
Moras, nor Irrita.
lino nftb skin
cao Im worn a(
work as well a.
rwit only ootlca
alile to wnarar.
In meet th.dlflsr
ent staaea of alt
Is oflsiosllt. 1 'J'lKMwfor MKff CNLTM one. mach
the ssitt ol dlseuso. a thsy act dlrmit uitna Nervous,
Mnseular.iinil itwneratlr. (Wintrs, .eewtlly rvstorlna
tli vltiility wtileti Is Kleetrlrity liralnml from th.sm
Isin liy wiiiiss nr indiscretions, thsy thus In a natural
way nvsromus the weuknew without drnaulnii the stom
ach. Thoy will cure every ease short of structural de
Kftoersttna, sild w. nrs irpar.d to furnish tn. most
sinphiitle nnd hIiuiIiiIk prmif to aiipport our claims,
1 1 lust rsl.il Pitrapb let Free.or sent aealsd for do postage.
Coniul'.jtloa AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
free a IstHjI 3 1 2 N. eth St., 8t. Louie, M"-
Niiniojone, niinv Nerve-Life, Strenclli and
Ye;ei i is ri piiKillvo reslorallvp fortheLoat of
Manlv VImoc In Yotinfr, Middlo-Aged and
Old Men, im mutter Iroin wluil cause. In Ner
vous Debility, Exhauetion, Impotency,
ISemliiHl Wonkncaa, nml kindred ailments.
Ibis bttiidarrl Remedy Is a certain euro, unit
to nil stieli stillerers. who send a ettilcinent of
their imiiliU's, a (pinntllv sntllelent lo provj Its
Vlrtuo w III ho sent Free of Cost. Address.
NEUROTOME MEDICAL CO..
P. O. Box 2404. St. Louie, M
JOHNaON't ANODYNE LIMIMtNT -lU
positively nwTont this terriliM disease, and will port.
lively cure nine eases nut of ten. 'n'""""
will ive many lives, sen; fr hy mat I. '.nld'""?
nnmionu I'n'vcntlnn ilttrthauciire. I. a JOIIN-
E n ! ft rrtTnosTiiv, M.y-a. f..micriy nHiwa, a a.
ir Parsons' I'vaaaiira l'iu xoake aaw rhih blooia.
A week madu at home by 'ha indue
irlous, Uest bnalurai now before the
nuliilc Capital not Deeded. Wa
will start you. Men. women, boy
and girls wanted everywhere lo work
for us. Now la I ha tlm. Yott can
work lu surta time, or give vour whole time to the
business. No other business will pay you nearly;
aiwell,. No one can fall to make aorrooua pay,
hy nngagulnffat odd. VeeUy oa tat and term free
Money mado fait, eaatly, aad koaorahly, Addreaa
TKUB A CO., Augt.ta. naiat.
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