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SYMPATHIZE Wmw3?! THE HOPE OfJ
iLVDlA E. PINKHAM'S
A 8mm Core for ell FEMALE WEAK
ME8HKH, Including I.eurorrbo-a, Ir
ecslar and Painful .WenstraatlSo,
Inflammation and Ulceration of
the Womb, Flooding, PUO.
lAPHl'H I'TKKI, ie.
ITTPU-aiant totbeiaat. efflcacfous an4 ftnmwflats
In Its effect, -It Is a (Tost help In pregnancy, and rs
ktares pain during labor and at regular period.
YHTHiniXB rut it ixD pnEsroim it rotrix
tVTnn aU. Wurxmn of the generative organ
of either ki, It 1 second to no remedy I ha tahas (ret
been before the public and for all diseases of tba
Kniran It I the Onatett BtmtdH las Worlik
tJTKIPNET rO.MPLAITH of Either Rex
Find Great Ilellef n Its Use.
LTDIA E.PIKCnAM'a tlLOOD prnmT.n
arfll eradicate every vestige of Humor rrotn the
bluod.at the Mine lim will give tone and 'trength to
ttjesyatem, Aa niaCTellotu In reanu as tba Compound.
t IT Both the Compound and HI vi rurlflcr are pr
pared at tJJ and SO Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass.
Plica of either, $1. Bix bottles frtA The Compound
la lent by mail In the form of pills, ur of loiangaa, on
receipt of price, t per box for either, in Plnkham
freely am wen all Mterf of Inquiry. Enclose I oent
tamp. Bend (or pamphlet ttntiun thu Fnptr,
tFt.reit E. Pt-trnm' I.ivkb PnjJ rare Onsttpa
Uuo. Bdiouaiieaa ami Torpidity of the Urcr, at ceula,
aTaVXoM ly nil I)rosgli.te.-4 (a,
Hup Bitter are tlie I'nrot aui licit
Hitters ever Ma;le.
They arts co.urmnk"l tnmi Hops, Mult
liuctiu, .MaiKlr.tkii and IJ.indi-loin the old
est, bet, and most v:iltntju medicines
in the wurldaml contain all tlie best and
most cunttive properties of all other rem
edief, being tlie greatest Mood Purifier,
Liver Ileaululor, aud Life and Health He
storia" Agent on crth. No disease or ill
health can possibly long exist where these
Hitters are used, so varied and perfect are
They give new lite and vigor to the aged
and inlirm. To a'l whose employments
cause, irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organB, or require an apetiztr, Touic ant;
mild Stimulant Hop Hitters are invaluable
being highly curative, tonic and stimula
ting, without inti'Xicaling.
No matter wh it your feelings or syuip
touis are, what the disease or ailment is
Use Hop Hitters. I)i n't wait until you
are sick, but if you only feel bad
or miserable, use Iiop Hitters at
once. It may save your life
Hundreds have been saved by go doing
f")00 will be paid for a case they will Dot
cure or help.
Do not suff.r or let your friends suffer
but mc and urge them to use Hop Bitters
Remember Hop Hitters is no vi!e,drugged
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and
Best Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should be without them. Try the Hitters
na vt'BAwa tr3fc I
Iloitettcr! Stomach Bitters meet! the reunite
tnonts of the rational medical hvl osnphy which
at p eaent prevails. It Is a perfectly imru Yi'L'uia-
bio remedy, embracing the throe Important prop
ertlei or a preventive, a tonic and an alterative.
It fortifies the hotlv agaln-t disease Invigorates
and revitalize! the torpid stomach tod liver, and
eitecis a samtiiry change lu the entire system.
For ale by all Drug.'lsts and Dealers generally .
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It la for the
Cure oflhla disease and Hi attendants,
felCK-HEAPACHE. BiLI0USW'ES8, DYB
PEPBIA, COHSTIPATIOy, PSEB, eto., that
ft? IT'S PillSvejialned a worJdwTcff
fe"putati"on."l8io SemqdyHhaa everbeen
gfoooverod that acta bo gently on the
digestive organs, giving them vigor to as-
Blmllate food. Aa a naturarFesult, the
Servbue System Tg11raoodT the Muaolei
areteveloped, and the BodyTEtobust.
OlxlllM axxcI Fever.
I. RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Sara, La., nay t
My plantation la in a malarial rtletrtot. For
several years I oould not make half a crop on
aooount of bilious diseases and ohllls. I was
nearly discouraged when I began the uss of
TUTT'B PILLS. Tbs result was marvelous i
toy laborers soon became hearty and robust,
and I have bad no further troubls.
They relieve the e gorged Urn, eleanae
(be tilood from BMilsoiioaa ha mars, awsl
ranse the bowels to girt natarmlly, srtll
ut which nooneran feel well.
Try Ibis remedy fairly, and you wllljrala
at healthy IMgrestlon. V1W"J Boely. Pora
filood, Mrouar Merves, and aSkmind Llvrr.
rrios. aa vtmts. omoe, SS Man Itt M. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
aAV Hair or WirrsKMts changed tea Oiishv
Alacik by a single appllrntlon of tliii Dvit. It
fnipnrtn a naMirul color, and aets ItiHtaiiUneoinily,
Hold bv nruKglat4, or lont by sxprsM on receipt
ef One Dollar.
Office, 08 Murray Street, New York,
Or. TITVAt nANVAt) Of rJUOfV
infmrmaUoH atna C'ssuf JMsetete I
sail SWUM rau M eunrMswMM.y
The Daily Bulletin.
A Rich Boutlieni'ir's II m .,
A ride through some .of tho interior
cmiulliianf eeriiuii of the Sonllieni Suites
Is most inliTe-ling. .Soiuctiiiies Hin
houst's uro from ten to eighteen mie
npiirt; tht-n the traveler comes up to u
low (ulilioo of ono or two rooms. Thu
,owm)i- may huve ten ehililreii uud 1WJ
head of cattle. The children nre buns
fMjed, mill do not know the inside of a.
book from the outside. The parents nnd
children nil smokt) lobnec(ritnd live on
wcet potnlo -s, rouVe mi l eoni-eiikes,
baked in thoohl-fusliiiin 'ovens." Ami
I Htpiei nt the homo of a rich native.
The cutiiige of two rooms was sijunttt'd
miller a lonely grove rf onks. Here and
there htulely 'pine lives, like sentinels on
duty, reared their fontherv bends. A
sweet old "liundred-liMf" rose clamber
ed against the tiny stoop rind onn wood
en window-opening. Tigs and chiekeus
and n big yellow dug or U o were sprawl
ing here and there in the eool shadow
nnd du-. A 10-yciir-old boy crouching
Jil tho doorway pufl'od stolidly nt his
jdpe. The owner of this estate and all
iLs belongings -a swallow-faced, lanky
individual stood under tho tree watch
ing our approach. He shouted at tho
baying dogs a.s we came into tlie yard,
Ho eyed incuriously, and, we thought,
. rather coldly, but when we asked if ho
could tako us in for tho night, lie said
with a rough hospitality, that was genu
ino and pleasing: "The hoiiso is free to
ye. Anything we've got is welcome to
yer. je km slay as long as yer like,
und g when the notion takes yer. This
i a free country."
This man owned hundreds of acres of
land, hundreds of head of cattle, and
had about ,lo,(HKj in hard cash. With
nil the cattle such a thing as a drop of
milk was unknown in that house. Thev
never milked it cow. White bread was
as niutdi a rarity to them as it would be
to an Jn.sli peasant. I heir coffee thev
sweetened with molasses. Their breail
was corn-cakes. If they had fresh meat
or fowls it was always loilcd. They
were eveu barbarous enough to boil wild
turkey, a saeriiego ior wnicii l some
how never forgave them. They never
saw a news-paper, and ueither ihev nor
their children could have read it if they
had. To be sure, Mich people are very
happy in their way, but it admits of no
argument that their way is not the right
way, anu l see no chance for their nieth
oils being revolutionized until the law
steps in and makes education compuls
ory upon me einiuTcn. .nshvule Am
The special culture of the-senses is too
much neglect d by us in this modern
busy life. Probably t no period ol hu
man nistorv lias the nervous system rnm
erally, and, more particularly, tliesen.so
organs ueen go severely taxed as tliey
now are, uui never nave they been li
carciuMv cultivated. 1 his is in part, if
not wholly, the cause of the progressive
degeneracy of the faculties of special
sense, which is evidenced by tho increas
ing frequency of the recourse to spec
tacles, ear irnmpots, and the like an
paratus. designed to nid th sense or
tans. The mere use of faculties will not
develop strength it is more likelv to
Special training is required, nnd this
essential element of education is wholly
neglected in our schools, with the result
we daily witness namely, early weak
ness or defect in the organs by which
the consciousness is brought into rela
tion with tho outer world. It is not nec
essary to adduce proofs of the position
w. lake up. or to orgtio it at length or
in detail. Tho truth of the proposition
laid down is self-evident. On t!io one
hand we see tlie neglect of training, and
on the other the increasing defect of
sense power. The matter is well wor
thy of the attention of tlie professional
educators of youth.
Muscular exercise wisely regulated
and apportioned to tlie bodily strength
is felt to bo a part of education. Sen.su
culture, by appropriate exercises iu see
ing, hearing, loti.-iiiny, smelling, would,
if commenced .sufficiently early in life,
not merely prevent weakness of sight,
deafness. lo.-s of the sense of feeling,
and impairment of the seii.e of .smell
long before old age. but by its reflected
influence on ihe nutrition of the brain
ami upper portion of the spinal cord
would do much to reduce the growing
tendency to paralytic diseases, which
are very decidedly on the increase
Many years ago a Pittsburg iron linn
purchased a lot of condemned bomb
shells for old iron. The shells were not
loaded, but in order to melt them it was
necessary that they .should ho broken
up. This was attempted with sledge
hammers, but the laborers made but
little progress and it was finally given
up as a bad job. One day a long, slim
Yankco came along and said:
"I understand you have a job for t
"Yen," was tho reply; "wo want that
pile of bombs out there broken."
"How innch'will you jiayP"
"Wo will give you a lip apieco (six
and a quarter cents) If you will agree
to break them all."
"I'll tako tho contract,11 answered
the Yankee. The day was a cold one,
ti ml tho thermometer down to zero.
Tho man immediately went to work,
but disdained to tnko thu largo sletd'c
hammer which was offered him. The
Yankeo laid every bomb out on tho
ground with tho hole up. He procured
a bucket, tilled them all with water
then he came into tho house, made out
his bill, and said he would call around
in the morning for the money. Every
one, was much mvsiiiiod. but I n (.In,
morning their astonishment was great.
'IM ..... I.... I I ... .1. ...... ... n. .
a iiu wilier iiiui iroxun uurillg l lie llli'nl,
and in the mornim; a pile of scrap Fron
was found, as the freezing water had
broken every bomb into at least a dozen
'o e ai
Change of Mi ml.
I declinud to Ingertyour advertisement of
Hop Bittera last year, because I then
thought they might nut be promotive of the
cause of Temperance, but find they are, and
a very vniuamo meenctno, myself and wllo
having been greatly bcoontted by them.
and I tako great pleasure In making them
known. Hi v. John Beam an,
Editor niuo Souttoul, Afton, N. Y.
WMaisVeBgBaBaagaasaMesasjaaflssaMafjBaHsgsB -- - aYWWt (
W. P :,abuis, nrer odilorot ill! Hm.i.gTia
and iteamboat paengcr tunt. Order! fur all
kinds of Btennilioat Job punting lollclted. Office
at llower'i Kurouean Hotel. No. 73 Ohio luvee.
Tho Silver Cloud from Paducah will re
port hero at a p. m. connecting with I. C.
R. It. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
Tho Eda Kimbrough with an excursion
left at 8:20 a. iu., Sunday morning for
Hickman and returned at 11 p. in.
The Will 8. Uays from Cincinnati pass
ed down Sunday morning with a good trip.
She filled out with 250 tons.
Tho Jno.A. Scudder from St. Louis yes
terday morning wanting about 200 tons
which sho got.
Tho Vint Shinklo from Memphis was up
ihead of lime Sundav evening rnt
Ueem says tho Shinkle had a lumberina
. , ... .
n a -
trip having taken 100.000 feet between
Memphis and Cairo.
Arthur Browne, late clerk of the fatuous
steamer Jas. Lee, was here Saturday and
Sunday. lie intended no'mg up the river
on the Shinkle, but got lelt.
The Guiding Star is the next boat in the
Big 0. Line will be here Wednesday.
Tho City of Vicktburg from St. Louis
was in Sunday evening with a good trip.
Tho Eila Kimbrough for New Madrid
yesterday morning with a good showing
and will return there again to-morrow at
neon. Capt. Kimbrough we are glad to
say is doing well in his new trade.
The City of Cairo from Vicksburg pass
ed up last evening leaving 100 bbls. oil for
tho I. C. R. R. and taking a lot of pig iron.
The City of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
Tho Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
should be up to-day.
A Potrified Forest.
A visitor to the petriiied forest neat
Corrizo, on the Little Colorado, will be
gin to see the signs of petrification hours
before he reaches the wonder; here anil
there at almost every step in the road
small pieces of detached limbs and larg
er stumps of trees may bo seen almost
hidden in the white sand. Tho road at
a distance of ten miles from Corrizo
enters an immense basin, the slope
being nearly a semicircle, and this in
closed by high banks of shalo and white
line clay. At the entrance of this semi
circular basin tho exploring party camp
ed and a fire was quickly burning. The
meal consisted of bacon, beefsteak and
coffee, after partaking of which the
party camped for the night. In the
morning it only required half an hour's
good driving to reach tho heart of the
immense petrified forest, and then such
wonder met our gnzo as no one can
ever realize until thev make that very
nip ior tnemseives.
Aim nciniieii suimps, nmns and, in
lact, whole trees lie about on all sides,
tho action of the waters for hundreds ol
years have gradually washed away th
high hills roundabout, nnd the trees that
once covered the high table lands now
lio in the valley beneath. Immense
trunks, some of which will measure ov
er live feet in diameter, are broken and
scattered over a surface of three hun
dred acres. Limbs and twigs cover the
sand in every direction nnd the visitor
is puzzled as to where he shall begin to
gather the beautiful specimens that li
wiuun easy reach. i hero arc numer
ous blocks or trunks of this petrified
wood that have the appearance for all
tho world of having been just cut down
by tho woodman's ax, and the chips art
thrown around on tho ground so that
one instinctively picks them up as he
won in in the log camps of Michigan and
Many of the small particles and even
the whole heart of some trees have now
become thoroughly crystallized, and the
beautiful colored cubes sparkle in the
sunshine liko so maiiv diamonds. Ev.
cry color of the rainbow is duplicated in
tiiese crystals, anu uiose ot an umethyst
coior wouni pass mo eye of a novice foi
mo real stone, j he grain of tho wood
is plainly shown in nearly every sped
men making tho pieces more beautiful
Although the party went armed with
pie nun crowoar. tney were entirely
unnecessary, for the thousands of broken
fragments can be gathered all about
you, and tho sunlight striking upon the
crystallized particles point out their hid.
ing places to tho eager searcher after
curiosities. Albuquerque Journal.
A member of tho Massachusetts
House of K-pie.seiitatives, a physician
too. has discovered that "small-pox is
sent by the Almighty ns a judgment
upon land monopoly, money monopoly,
nnd transportation monopoly." What
the average legislator is sent as a Itid".
uient upon is not so clear. "
lumbioo. Backache. u.ari.Vh. Tik.k.
Mora Throat, MwelMtigs. (sprains, Uralses,
. . a roaa lines.
inn AM. IITIIIU ut.I.iiv n.rTr 7. "
sell bjr UruiiUM ami lioalan virvwlinn. rim Ututi ' Inula,
liirwunua In l.i,,,,,,,,,,
THK f'lf a KI.KS A. VUUM.KK CO
TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 5, 1S8.1.
m you Uiuir h w ion flhil ftli'u f 111
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H..o uiiaeuiateiy relief. Price, 10c. 50c,
ami f i,
biopsy and Rheumatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons And
the ue t.l S,,m-g iult (jrHlu W , N(JW
Jersey, of lncalt tiable benefit. Its purity
n valuable properties Ulvo nivcn it a
wide r, piitation among physicians ihmu 'h
out th.g couniry and Europe. This v,in0
ook t ho highest premium Ht tho into ('ens
U imiHl . It is ex. ell-nt lor wea.y and de
mutated fcmal. -s. m.il okwI lit., ti,., r..n.
....... ;. .v ,,u uvoi nun-
iu Aiew lork as an cmm iw
For sale by Paul. O. Schuh.
ckk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address wo will mk(, n offer by which
V"ii can earn :i to rt
lioiiie. Men, Women, Hoys or Oirls cau do
it. II. ( Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 107
Jul ton Street, New York.
.. To The West.
ibere are a number o routes leading to
the : above-mentioned section, but tho direct
and reliable reute is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
iruinntmiiy arcrup troiu tho Grand
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas Citv. Leav.;n-
! 7 A,c,11'n, St, Joseph and Omaha
PU man PhIbch SUnpninrr f'nra of tlin r
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
bcest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
Snr Kansas, Colorado. New Mexico and Cal
ff'Tlia ""meet with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
exprois trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passgs through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &C, of this
liiie, which will bo mailed free.
C B. KlNNAN, F. CnANW.EK,
Ais't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Eduar& East, Coulterville, HI., write:
"Brown's Iron Bitters is selling very well."
Among the most efficacious of remedial
agents are the medical preparations from
the laboratory of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
Disease, Propensity and Passiou, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores the
sufferer to his former vigor, f 1. At drug
gists. Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of jour rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send atouceand get a bottle of Mrs. Wius
low's Smithing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, them is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoja, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescnp
tmn of oneof the oldest and hert female
physicians and nurses in the Uuitcd .State?,
nnd is for sale by all druggists throughout
too world. Price 2r cents a bottle.
bhilolis Catarrh Remedy a positive
euro for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Tlie toe pa'ieueer aud freight steamer
Leave! Cairo ivery Morday
Frldny niorulntfiiat to o'clock for Tlptouvll
I llo and
people arc aiwai ion tho look
out for cliHorer to lucn'aic
their earn Iiikh, nnd In time
become wealthy: thne v ho
do nut Improve ihiroppor.
tunitiui remain in Poverty.
Wo offer great chance to mnke money. WU Want
many men, woman, lny and girls to work lor ill
rtRhtlj their own localities Any one can do Ihe
work properly fr"tn the first nart. The huilneif
will pay mere than ten tlmei ordinary wagen. Ex
peiinveoutflt ftirnlahedfrec. No ono who encage
fal l to make money rap'dly. You can devote
your whole time to ibo work, or only yonr spare
momenta. Full Information and all that li neodud
lentfroo. AddreiaSrlNSON ;0. Portland. Mo
WORTH SENDING FOR!
Dr. J. U. 80HENCK hu just publiahed bonk on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
wlni-h l offered FRKK, pompa d.tonll applioants.
II contains tnhiahlt in tarmaUm for all who ai.lilnwe
HieiiW"lvi'-i alHiflted wltli.or liroleto my diwuiwotf
llio throat or liiims. Muntlon Ibis paer. Addnwi
Dr. J. II. N IIKrK a-HON. I'kllHrfelnhls, Pa.
I.m 4 yuii yiifi t:iti,h or iHnnuu itovk.)
HARRI8 REMEDY C0., W,.
tauaa Srn and ailii ri who lulTor
from Narnout and I'liraloal Ii,i,i.
nr. frauaiara Kihauitios anil
man? lloomy onn.aqaaanaa,
ara qolnily an4 radloallr ourai.
(lullaiwraa moiillii), . r,, b, u pl,'wV;'.lT
Mai IMa dlaaaas ana aaoaa si ours aaal aaalaS aa atsJAaauo.
Vann aaanra lbs
kn atparlfsna In aurlni dlii.aaaaaf Oia III
lawirak-ncrvasa larSfllL. In
AsVaiiama sswalsllir IreateJ
a1 tan, auit aura ramaillaa. I'al
yessseaa, liasarrhana, Syphilitic ami
a ob acianu
oa anknillHi prlixaplaa
l allnr wrlla for Llat oroit
Hani la ha anawara r thMnAaalrina uaaimaui ha (
(raruMaaafrriaa frvaa Holara akual4 aaaa ISalriialSrMa.1
anil laara aaaaalkleai la lhlr d,uiu. li u i . u I
(VatHrsaa, II R. Ill TT, ! , Mm t II. I,aals Bo,
EITAHUSUtUl rnvtB TUIUTY TKABa.
A favorite prescription of ens of Ihe
meal noted and aoorp.ail,! na,iailaia In thi. It. K.
(now retired! for tbeoursof Ivert-SMS DrbiUtu,
AvasmsmiaaMMi, h a ii il IXhmsv. Hen l
Wi plain ssu.v on velopeVss. UrugiUistau Oil lu
AsdreM DR. WAND CO.. Lawlaasss, M
Iviv minus nnr.llo.1 .,. ,
r j . ,uu niiriiu
ami nlniost Instantly RKLIEVI
Inor discolor tba Bain, or leavo tllsanreealrto effects ofaav hhVd T
has NORQ 17 a f. for tl dare of Rhenma? Zn , iwV J-K?i'lt
"?T f in uw AinM or many part Ol tlie llymom
and s eiiiallyetllea;iiius tor all nalns in Jim Stomach and Bowels
..,..... u imnuiiui uiuudivu mniuiunu ' oeo aierrou a Alniainw.'
ask ycair urugBist Ior It, Trice w cla per butUe
iTcparcd only by JACOB S. MERREJLL,
WTiolesaU Dnigglst. 8T. t PUIS, MO
f.X A MONTH and UOAItll
for threo live
" ' xonnLf II tin nr itli..i
H 111 t,Hrh ruliiiiw AH.
W. icglnr t tio .Chngn. III.
AH,I? YOI' OIN TO llUIMli ro.opurntivo
l'liins of noiiai'!, large and anmli: Moat modern
dealena, by skilled, vxpeileurnd architects, with
specifications cnmotele. from l."i nnwarria. n,.i,rt 111
cenis for eipUniitioni. llluatrated Pamphlet.
r I M M t!o.,7 Warren ht, New ork.
V li It t. 11
r.y KDWAllD Hll I'I'lt M . Mi itir.l liir..rmr it'h
N. A Thrilling I'ir.tor ill ll'slorv of tho World'!
gn at Sea Klghti, with apfcolin.ma or Naval Arctn
tori urn of all sues A record nt Wonderful Ex
ploits more Interest nu than ft, tlon lMi-nni,
1. Ilsullievorywhere. AGENTS main 11(111. 1 II
per month. Adilresa
J. C. MeCUIDY it Co , Chicago. III.
HIS LIKE ASHt'HAltAtTKK. By C. Kdward test-
r, niiiiioroi "ino uiory and Minnie of England;"
"Ihe Napoleon Dynasty, " etc Illustrated. I'a-
iKT. iu cents; cioin, ss cent-: Ila f Kussla, 35 cent,
loalago stamps taken. Not sold br dealers;
price too low. Aleo tho fullowitiL', largj type,
Life of A lei, II Stephens, - - !0c , g.rc ano 3ftc.
Life of Washlngloi Irving, by Stoddard, - c.
Life of Sir Issac N'ewlnn, hy .ins. I'arlon, 'lc.
Hip Van Winkle, by Washington Irving, 2c.
Iliiriilngof Home, by Canon Farrnr, - - :c
American llumoilsta Artemus Ward, 1c.
Knocli Atdi.n, hy Alfrsd Tennyson, . He.
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Cotter's Saturday Ighl, etc., Hubert Mums, ac.
Hclii ar's hong of the Hell, md other Poems, ic.
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JOHN II, ALUaN, Publiaher, 18 Vesev St. N. Y .
The Wonderful Efficacy of -
Ha! been to frequently aud aaUafactorllr proven
that it seems almost suiierfluous to sty anything
more In their favor. The immense and consuaatly
Increasing demand for them, both lu this aud foreign
countries, is the best evidence of their value. Their
sale to-day In the United fstatcn is far greater Oiau
any other cathartic niediclna. This dcmainl la
sot spasmodic, it is rculur and steady. It is not
of to-day or yntterday, it Is an lncmaautliat has been
steadily growitig for the laet thirty.five years. Wbat
are the reason a for this groat and growing1 demaudl
Ilr. Hrhnnrk'si illaudrnkn PillNConlain no mer
cury, and yet they act with wonderl ul effect upon
tlie liver. They cleanse the stoinaeli aud bowels of
all irritutiiw inattor, which, If allowed tn remain,
polannetlie blood, and brings on Malaria, Chills and
Fever, aud many other diMnmcs. '1 buy si vo hoaltU
and strength to the dlgoative organs. They create
appetite and give vigor to tho whole yntm. They
are In fact the medicine of all nUiera which should
betaken In times like the present, when malarial and
other epiibimlos are raging, as tliey prepare Uie sys
tem to resist attacks of (UseaHS ot every character.
Dr. Srhenrk's Alnndrnke Pills are sold by sll
druggists at li.o. per boi, or sent by mall. jniatiid,
. on receipt of price.
Dr. Nrhpnrk's Itooli on Consionpilon, l.lv.
er Coinplaint and llyniirpMin, iu KngUsh or
German, is sent free to all. Ail'lnwi Ilr, ,1. II,
HCIIKNCK A NO. I'lillHilelphln, I'n.
t "ROSEVtTOOO 71 Ckx PIANO,
witU Ktooi,. 1iokT
a kikjk f..M ... i j
CHAPEL 0KGAN, t'O.
PtrKiNwiS Co., J'J
West 11th Ft. N. Y.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
vnnioand Miunetio A ipll
anrns ami (Inrments are a
It. raralrais, lUieiiointlsm
of VHbI tiiargv, Overwork
ed llrnln, Went llitok, Kid-
tier, l.lvnr, sad HtomiM'h
comiiliilnts, anil areudiipU
1 10 XjUhkh bkx. i nsm
vsry latest . Im
proved, and en
from belts and all
Dthsra, as they
no 1,1s, ensuing no
anrea, nor Irrita
onn he worn st
work as well as
rest only not les
aliln to arsarsr.
snt aliigw of all
la of Iwnallt. Thuae for MEN ONLY at m ruu,h
the sent ol dtaeitae, as thsy set dlmit nina NiMTnas,
Musruhtr, and Onanrnlivs (lenters. aixmllly reaturlng
the Vllnlitv avhieh is KleutrlrU drnlnt.,! from LttaiaTa
tsm lr exusaa or Initlncrxtloox, lliy lima In n naturiil
way oraroonm the wankoeaawllhnnt drugging the atom
ach. They will cure evnry case abort of street ural iln
generstlon, and wa ars pmpnreil to furnlali the moat
eniiihntlo and nliaoluls priKif to support our elm ma,
Illustrated Pamphlet Kres.or sant saiilad for Ho pnatngs.
CoDIUlUtiOB . I AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
rrMsIavlttaf 3ltN.ethSt..8t. Lauis.Mt
Now and ompietn Ilntnl. fronting on
.Second and Railroad Ht reels,
Tlie I'asienger DePnt ol iho Chicago, Xt. Lou la
nnd .inw Orlrani: Illinois t:ntral; Wahash, St.
Louis and rHnVi lion Moiinlaln and Honthern.
MolilloMirt Ohldi fnlrn Hid 81. Louis Kailwavi
are all Just serosa the iiwoii while the Hleamliuit
l.amlim Is Inn. iiiin a-itmru distant,
This lloiel is heated by steam, baa steam
I.silnilt), Mvdra,.lln Klevalor, Klertrli- 1'sll llella
Automatic Kiro-Alurn-.i llnt'ia. ahsoliitn.'v puiu air,
porloi l sewerage and toiuplete appointments .
hutierh riirnisl.liigH; pcifvo.i suivlru; sud aa-niii
xcn lies' I able
la. 1'. I'AKKIOIt A ( l.,Jatasia44
i ' i ' . 1 , . ' '
I A poworlul preparation com-
Iixwcd mostly ol Kssentlal Oils
I'lie most penetratlmr Liniment
known ttrt .An.nnt...)..!
' .... -wiiwiiiioicu auutn
- n win rntrata to thatsarv Bona
PAIN I it Jii V7 in nVZl'
3 U. a A WEEK.
a i,-. .UA.a.r,. I ....... .7 ..... .."I." I ws
Decided opiiil,,n etprof sod In language that can
ho undersioiHl; the prouiHest, fnileit and roost ac
cural Intelligence of w hulever In the wide world la
worth alto' lion That is what everybody Is sura
lo find In any edit on of Til R HUN. hnbscriptlon:
J)aii r (1 rages), by msll.AAe. a monih, r fa. BO
a year; Suni.ay i paaes), $1.J) por year; Wiiklt
(8 pagesl, tl.iaipor yuar.
I. W. K Ul.ANl), I'nhllslier. New T rk City.
IllVOuCEH.-Nr. publicity; residents of soy
J HtalD. ileswrtiiin; Non Support. Advice and
application! for iiatnp. W. n. LEE, Att'y. SI9
llroadway, N . Y.
WelllvlliaalwMrfwaril hrany raw of Uvir CnmplahU'
PMr!"!. Sl'k Hi-Klacha, ln,l leaning, Cimilipalluo orCwUraoaaa.
w, cnuM -,ir. ,lth w,., v.,,1,1.1, U, i-HIa, wb.a Ih. dlraa
Uoaa ara iirlrilr complin na. i hy , piy ,(,(,, nt
n..r fall w l,a Mtl.fatlion. Suft,' t'ualail. Uraa boiai, roa.
lalnlri pllla. i nsu. Far aal. hy all dnifirl.H. Sawara ot
i";".'!1" '"' l'""""a. Till ,vm... BiMnfartowJ l br
JOII. . WteT CO, SI. A IM W. Mll.n St., niLi
rits tnal ii.kvi ti Ly mail ,rru i,iiU, mjuu,,,
Health is Wealth !
Da l. V. West's JiearK and Hcaim Trfat.
IlKNT, a Rimrsntnod sim-ilin for HyHtcria, Uizzi.
nraa, t'onvulBiims, lttr. Norvoua Neurnlgin,
Ht'Hilitchn, Nervoiis Pr out nil ion ctuirtod by the use
of iilcuhil nrtohniTu,. Wakefulness, Mental De
presHiuii, Siiflening of tl.o Hrain reuniting in in
sanity ami loading to misery, demy and death,
1'rumatiire Old Ago, Murronnnes, Loss of power
in either aoz. Involuntary liases nnd Hpormat
orrhrpa cnilNnd liyovoriurtion ol the brain, self,
ahuso or (iver-iiulnlgoncu. Kju li box contuina
one m'Hilh'n troiitnient. (l.OI a box, or siaboze!
for$'i.UU,wiit by mini prepaid on receipt of price,
M't' al:AIIATKK MIX BOXKH
To cure any tiieo. Willi each onler received byui -fur
six boxes, necompanieit with IMX1, we will
send the purchaser our writtna pnaruntee to re.
fund the money tf the treatment Uieuotenoo
cure. Huuruutx-ee ssiieU uulyby
IIAKUY W. SOHUH,
Druggist, Cor.' Commercial ve. A I8ih st., Cairo.
C17 St Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rsirular frmluitta of tweJ niedlea)
(olli'Ki'4, lias lie, ii , , nirer eiiKiixed III the Irrat
inent of ('lirotiic. Nervous, bUiti am
tllno.l Dlai aaea than any other lilivslelaii In
Hul.oiila.ua elty paH-rs shew and ail old real,
dents know. ('I'lisultalinn l nfliecnr ay mall,
free and Invited. A fi leinlly talk or Ills oilnlon
roils mil hlug, W lieu 1 1 Isineoni i-n jen t to visit
the idly .or treiitineiit, iniMllelncit enn lie sent
by mall or cxpreii evervwhere. Curable eaaei
1'iii.raiiti eil; w hero doubt exists it la frankly
tinted. Call or Write.
Nnrvoua rrostration, Lehility, Mental and
rhysical Weakness, Mercurial and other
alTcctions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurlti8sand Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tiona. Old Sores a?d Dicers, Impcdimints to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Speoia
attention to cmcs from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES race ivejpec ial attention.
Disease! arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgoncas or Exposures.
It la aelf-ei Ident lli.it a phmli'lau paving
parlleular lltrutlini In a elu" ofcasea attains
gri nt Kklll, and pliyslelans In regular prin tlee
nil over Ihe euniiiry kimwlng this, freiiiently
reeoiuiuend ri'f lo t he nlileM i.fliev 111 A lnerlea
where every known appliiiuee la resorted In,
and the prnvoit uiunl iutdlaa of all
ages and eoiintrlea are used, A whole bonne la
used forollli'e pnnn-i'-., anil all are treiilnl with
skill lu a reapeeti'ul nniiini r : and, knowing
li:it to do. no expert iiii'iitK are iiihiI. Iinsiu
t'oiinl of the greiit miiuber spplvlnir, the
charges nre kept low. often lower than la
iteuiiiinlid by niners 1 1 vou seeurti the akl'l
ninl get a speedy and pi'i ieet III" cure, that Is
the Important milter. 1'aiiiphli'l, iKl pagvk,
sent to any addreaa free.
i i rauta.
Klegiint rlntluiiid silt lilmlliig.
Healed fur W
rents in notiiue nr eurreiiev. CUer liltv won
'.erful pen plt'lures, tnie lo life articles en the
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rover ami iluupane H5 cent b' until, iu meuigf
Ni'tirozone, f now .NVrvr-Mfo, Strength anil
Vbsorih n piiMlllvi' rosloratlve for Die Loss of
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vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotenoy,
Seminal Weakness, ninl klndretl iilliiienta,
I his at uidiircl Remedy la acerUin out e.iiud
to all siir Niifli'iers, who aeiul a atateiiicitt ot
their troubles,, a iiiiimtltysiimeleiit In provj its
virtue will lie sent Free of Cost. Address,
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