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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1S83
QsWPATHlZEWITIr$ THE HOPE
LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND. t
A Bar Core for all FEMALE WEAR
INESSES, laeludlug Leurorrhtra. Ir
regain and Painful Menatraatlfln
Inflammation and Ulceration of
the Womb, Floodls., PUO
LAPSIH I'TEHI, Ac.
CTPleaaant to the taate, efjlradona and ImnieifUoi
laltaeflaot. It la a great help In pregnane, and r
Bevss pals daring labor and at r irahur periods.
. yHTiiitiuiibiiT asd rntM miiE it mta
fTTon ALL WgiXXBWM of the genoratlre organ
of either .-, It U wound to no roimdjr t liatatiaa ef ei
bean bef ore tbe public I and fur all dinxane of Um
Kionri It U the Grmtett Btumli tn tht World.
Find Ureal Kellefln Iia le.
tTDIt E. IMSKIIAM'H TIMMlD ITH IFTFR
orili eradicate every veaoiru of Humors truni the
blud,at tbe aamettine will girppiiu. and rtrtnirth l.i
toe system, A uuuUViua In nwlM Mine Compound.
tT"B.th ttieConiponnrland BViod rurlfh r are pre
pared at ta and B6 Watrn Avenue, Lynn, Maaa.
Prloe of elthrr, 1. Blx bottlra fr f. The Compound
If sent by niall In the form of pilla, or of loaenea,oa
rRoali of priee, ft per boi for either. Mm. IUdtbam
freoly uitm all letters of Inquiry. Enclose Scant
tamp. Bend for pamphlet. Xtntiun tMt fapr.
ta-Lrrru B. P-mituwM I .rrmtluj rure Cinstlpa.
tlou, UdUwaiaws and Torpidity uf the Liter, ltd tenia.
gj-Motd by all DroKglta.-
llujj Jtittors are the j'nrot ami Hest
Bitters ever Male.
They are ciinptiUruluil from II iisi, Malt,
Buchu, Mandrake ami D,inilc!iii thenM-
est, bet, and mo.it vtlutblu medicines
la the worldand contain nil the U-t-t and
most curative rro'ertks of nil other rem
edies, being the greatest Blood Purifier,
Liver Regulator, mid Life an 1 Health Re-
styriu Aiff.ut on earth. io disease or ill
health can possibly 10115 exist where them
Bitter ate used, bo varied mid perfect are
They give n(-'w '-'e v'yf l(J theayed
and infirm. To all whose employments
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organs, or require an apetizcr, Tofic and
mud stimulant Hop Bitters are invaluable,
being highly curative, tonic and Sst:tnula
tin?, without intoxicating.
No matter what yoor feelings or symp
touis ni, w hat the (list-use i,r ailment is
Use Hop Bittern. D n't wait uutil you
are Bick, but if you only feel bad
or inii-i-raltle. ue Hop Hit t-rs at
onre. Tt nifiv . kiv; vonr life.
Hundred have Wen saved by so doing
500 will be paid for a case they will not
cure or help.
Do not sutler or let your friend Buffer
but ue and urtro them to u.se Hop Bitters
Remenilwr Hop Bitters is no vi'.e,drui''ed
drunken nostrum, but thu Purest and
Best Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should be without them. Try the Bitters
11 ..... nt . .. I. 11 ;... - ...... ..a ftkn .n.illl.fi
meat of the rational mellcnl phvl osnpliy which
at p event pivvailH. It If a purrueily puru veijuia
Lie romudy, Miiiliriicliig the tliroo Important prop
crtlea or a nrevontlve. a tonic and an alterative.
It rnri.lt! en the hndv HL'nln-t dlvcafio, luvluorates
and revltallacetho torpfd iinmnch rnd liver, and
effcctn a Military cnanite in tne cnuro eyeiem.
For Bale by all Druuliti and Uealure (runerallT
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It 13 for tha
Pure of tnia disease ana us attenaantg,
6ICK-HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, DYS
PEP8rA, COWBTIPATlOW, PitES, eto.jtb.at
fjTT'i PII(LS havegalned ajrld-wle
: reputation. oRemeffyKaa everTbeerj
&lBooveredthatactfl go gontly on tbe
jalgeative organs, Rtvlng themvigor to aa
Hmilate food. An a naturnFroBult, the
Nervoua System ia Braced, the'Muaolei
are Developed, and the Body Hobuat.
OlxlllM and. Fovon
B. RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Sara, La., aaya t
Ity plantation la In a malarial dlatrtot. For
aevaral yeara I oould not make half a orop on
aooouDt of bilious dlaeaaea and obllls. X was
nearly discouraged when X began tbs use of
TUTT'B) PILLS. Tbe result was marvelous:
toy laborers soon became hearty and robust,
and I have bad no further trouble.
TbfT relieve the ttngrorawd U rer, eleanee
tho ttlooel from polsonvus humawe, eut4
emtnm the howols s met nalnntUy, wlu
Try this rfinexty fklrly, anl yon will jrnln
hMlth.T niaTMtloo, Vigorous Hod r,
tilood. Mtroaa Nerve's, mm Womnd Liver.
TL'H'S HAIR DYE.
iMiiic by a ulngle appllrallon t)f thla Dvic. It
tparw a natiiral color, and aota Inntjtntannonii y.
Hold by UnigglsU, or sent by express on reeelpt
Of One Dollar.
Orfloe, 08 Murray Street, New York,
Dr. rvrrm MAXIM KlteHe
I gterewHM mn VaWil JBeeeM I
The Daily Bulletin.
Tin Dull Thuddm
It Is evident Unit there will have lobe
a national party or;j;tirii',cd, pei-haiM a
(lyiKiinilo jmrty, to luiniliihihi the lii-iMs
who write tor iiowspupcrs ntnl eveilu-
iiiRly use the expression, "dull tlnid."
With tlieso writers nnvtliin and every
tiling falls with 11 dull thud, from the
cnreiiss of a man who U litin' for crime,
to the esthetic and fairy like lVitiidcn
who experiment on roller skates. Kvtry
day for a month the" ilispntehes have
contained it dull thud" or two and the
local writers of the city and country pa
lters havo described the falling of more
things with "doll thuds" than would till .
a box cur. Tuo expression originated
with a reporter for a paper published in
Kurope, many centuries ago, In refer
ence to a man who fell oil' the highest
pinnacle of a mountain, and struck sev
eral miles below, with a "dull thud." It
might havo been an appropriate ex
pression at that time, but (luring the
liundrcds of voars that havo passed
since, the dulf thud has been worn so
that it creates a smile when tho wayfar
ing man reads alxnit such a fall. The
dull thud is almost equal, iu amuse
ment, to the expression always used by
new reporters iu describing a tire, "the
cene beggars description. Many peo
ple have been lrivcn to desperation by
reading of the dull thud, ami a stop
pholllu be put to it. Some uewspapcra
make a rule that any person who nsca
the expression "dull thud" shall bo at
once discharged, but within a week tho
managing editor, or the proprietor of
tho paper will wriUi something edit
orial, descriptive of a fall, and will un
consciously work in the dull thud, when,
of couise, the rule is suspended. There
is no expression that seems to linger
about in the recesses of the brain, ready
to come forth unawares, like the dull
thud. Dramatic critics, in speaking of
some unusual bit of acting, describe the
heroine falling, swooning, into the arms
of the hero, with a dull thud. If we
could have a sharp thud, for a change,
it would brace newspaper readers up so
they could stand another season of dull
thud but nobody Heeuis to take the re
sponsibility of making the change. Wbat
it wants is a society of desperate men,
men who would not hesitate to commit
murder, who shall band together and be
bound by a blood v oath. It should be
their duty to read thepapers and when
they see the expression "dull thud"
they should haunt the newspaper ofllce
until they have discovered the iierpetra
tor, and then follow him to the free lunch
counter, and while he is tiring tho liver
sausage down his neck, poison his beer,
or choke him to death, and place upon
the body a paper with a skull aud cross
bones, and a warning, "This shall be
the fate of all dull thudders." A reign
of terrorcould be inaugurated that would
after a few hundred dull thudders had
been slain, wipe out the senseless prac
tice of causing everything to fall with a
dull thud. Let such a band bo organ
ized and cause the first man who uses tho
expression, "dull thud," to fall in bis
tracks, by the hand of the avengers, with
a dull ihud.i'eck't Sun.
The cane-stalks, from four to eight
feet long.cut ami stripped of their leaves,
are brought to the null. Theu, strewn
on a broad belt, working on tho princi
ple of an endless chain, they are passed
between three great rollers laid very
close together and worked by steam.
Thence tho thin watery fluid, very sweet
to the taste ami yellowish in hue, passes
to a succession of boiling-pans or round
caldrons, where it is boiled down by slow
degrees, until the crystallization point is
reached, much the same as is done with
the maple sap of our country. When
the last boiling act is ended tho product
is a mass of crystallized sugar, soaking
in molasses. To get rid of the molasses,
tbe old plan, ami the one still adopted
on unimproved Cuban estates, is to pour
the mixture into hogsheads ami let the
svrup drain oil' for several weeks through
tlie cracks. This produces the Musco
vado sugar, an article inferior in sac
charine strength to the "centrifugal''
product. To make the latter the sugar
and'molassos mixture is placed in a huge
perforated cylinder, which may be liken
ed to agreatseive. The cylinder revolves
on an upright axis in another large cylin
drical vessel. Whirled then with an
enormous number of revolutions a miu
ute, the liquid is thrown out, leaving the.
sugar crystals dry, and doing in a few
minutes, and far more effectively, the
work of weeks by tho Muscovado meth
od. The crystals left behind vary in size
from a mere speck to a small pea. This
crude sugar has a burnt brown tint, and
tastes much like the rock candy of the
confectioner. The scum that rises dur
ing tho various boilings, tho refuse juice
and fermented molasses is treated by
distillation to make rum. s
Don't be Afraid of Work.
Don't be afraid of killing yourself,
with overwork son, is the facetious way
the Burlington llawkajc has of counsel
ing voung men to thrift. Men .seldom
work so hard as that on the sunnv side
of thirty. They die sometimes; imt it
is because th.'V quit work at 6 V. M. and
don't get home until 2 A. M. It's the in
tervals that kill, my son. Tho work
gives you an appetite for your meals; it
Hinds solidity to your slu'mbcr; it gives
you a perfect ami grateful appreciation
of a holiday. There aro joung men
w ho do not work, iy son voting men
who make a living by sucking tho end
of a cane, and who can tie a necktie in
eleven dill'etvnt knots, ami never lay a
wrinkle iu it; who can spend more money
in a day than you can earn In a month,
son; ond who will go to tho sheriff's to
buy a postal card, ami apply nt the ofllce
of 'tho street commissioners for a mar
riage license. So lind out what you
want to be and to do, sou, and take ol)
votir coHtaml nmkesueeessin the world.
The busier you are, the less evil you will
bo apt to get into, the sweeter" will be
your sleep, the brighter and luippiei
.your holiday, and the better satisllod
will tho world lie with , ou.
Change of Mind.
I di clined to insert your advertisement of
Hop Bitters lust year, because I then
thought they might not bo promotive of tio
causo of Temperance, but find they are, and
a very valuable mcdiciuo, myself and wife
having been greatly bonefiled by them,
and I take great pleasure in making them
known. Rkv. John Skaman,
Editor Home Sentinel, Aftoo, N. Y.
A gentleman of no matter wbat city re
cently had occasion to call on an Italian
residing in his ward, from whom he could
get no replies in English. On the follow
lowing day the name gentleman returned
with a comjiAiiion who could converse in
Italian, and was greatly surprised to bear
the man talking apart to tho interpreter
in Etiirlish. lie was telling tho Utter
that a gentleman waa witb bim tbe pre
vious day, but lie did not want him to
know that be could ajteak English I "for,"
said be, "about two years ago a man came
and asked a lot of questions, and I an
swered them all, and a little while after
wards I bad to pay two dollars of taxes."
After his experience on that occasion he
was determined be would not talk Eogliib
any more. . V-
, s v -A-jr.
It is no longer proper in Boston to sav
"Those that dance must pay the piper.1'
The I'oH heard a sweet girl say: "Tboso
who indulge in tcrpsiehorcaii recreation
are under obligation to remunerate the
Doinff a Great Teal of Good.
M'l. C Btrv, of Portland. Mo., write! Tour
IIKNItT'6 CAK 'OLIC HALVK la do:ni a -treat
dual of tool. Home of my frlcnde bave been
Kreauy -e lit imc a Dy it) nee. 1 tnlnk it 11 toe Real
ealvo 1 bave evur uevd. livware of counterfeit.
IIAKEK'S l'AIN PANACEA earce nalninman
aud beaut. Pur me extornaily and Inlvriially.
nit. KOGEK'8 VEGETABLE WORM RVKITP
Initantly deetroyt Worm aud remove the Secre
tion wtilrh cause tbem.
mt. PtWIH 0. hEI.LINUKIt'B LISIMBtiT
lean lnfnlille core for Kheumatlnm, Kpraini,
Larm-nere ami Dim-aaea of the bcnlp and lor pro
moting; the growth oflbeilair.
IlvbUin'i Bulsum emeu Coldn, CoukIii, Bheu-m-iilem.
Kidney trouble, elc. Can be nitd exter
nally aa a planter.
This beautiful refuge from summer beat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
fur the beaaon. Threo never-failing
Springs of coldest water whose medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the feeble and health to the sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides aro of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
feet high, jutting out here and there in
fantastic chapes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to long aud delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN ARTIFICIAL LAKE
for boating and fishing has been added
to the natural scenery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whose base the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slope from the hills, the whole
covering several acres of ground.
"No. 1" the '"Iron SpriDg"bas properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria.
"No. 8" tbe"Miignsia,"ia a never-failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and tho "Alum Spring" does
the best service as a wash for eruptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath bouse is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted; the beds are furnished with mattresses
and pprings; new Cottages have been built
the dining-room is large and airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a fa'rst class steam
Itoat cook all, for the summer, at $8.00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
separate table, half price.
Purties from Cairo can take an early
breakfast at home or at Vienna and arrive
at the Springs in time for dinner; faro
across by hack 75 cents or by private ccn
veyauce for three or more 75cts. to $1.00,
trunks extra. J. E. Leraen, Prop.
P. O. Allen Springs, III.
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
URAIN SACKS and TWINE
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Shop on Ilalllday Avomin, bctwuun rNiurtu. and
Sixth Htruutt, Cairo, Illinois,
fSfAII klmla ci light and heavy liUckamltliliiir.
wagon and carriHKU work done In the mottwoik'
maiillku maunor. llorao-rboutiiK a ipecialty and
(ii tlfactloo guaranteed.
Mamifuctiiruruud Dealer In
0th btreet, between Uoiu'l Ave, u.id Utvuv.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
, ALLKIN08 Or AMUNITION.
Jfet Hnalrod. All Kiadiol Ken Mule -
Will you Coul'Ii when Shiloh'a Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
Ui opsy and Klieuniat.siii.
Dropsies I und Rheumatic m rsons find
the use of Snet i's Poit Crane Wine, i.l Nw
Jersey, of incalcuable benefit. Its purity
nan v&iuaniu propciiicg have izivcn jt a
wniu MpuiHtieu amoiiL' physiciaiig tliiuuh-
out this country ami Kurope. This wino
.h'K iito highest premium at the Into Cen
loViiil. It is X' flli nt for wemy ami de
'ilitutcd females, ui.il ued by the best fm-
ins in JNew jork as an evening taint v
wine. For Kale by Puul. (J. Jjthuli.
To The West.
IheiU lire R tiumlierol n.llti s leiuimir lo
llicabovc-meiltioiied section, bill tin, !irerr
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
ver the Missouri Pscifiii Itailwnv. Two
trains daily are run from iho Grand Union
'cpm, Haint Louis to Kansas City, Lcavcn
orth, Atchison, St, Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman I'libiei; Sleetiimr Cum of the verv
- i r - - J
lirest Illlike are Hllni lieii In hII Irainfi
At Kansas Citv Union Denot. tisssencera
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-
-""nrjet with express trainBofall
At Atchison, connection is miule with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection s made witb the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to Iho
West and Northwest, not only fast time
ana superior accomodations, out beautiful
Bcenery, bs it passes through tho finest por
tion ot MiMsoun aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets. &c. of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
0. B. Kihnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gcn'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
EdL'ar & East. Coulterville. 111., write:
"Brown's Iron Bitters is telling very well."
Disease. Propensity and Passion, briusrs
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness ot Genera
tive Organs; Allen s Brain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores the
sufferer to his former vigor. $1. At drug
Ainong the most efficacious of remedial
agents are the medical preparations from
the laboratory of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at nit; lit and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cuttiug teethi If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. ins
low's Soothing Syrup lor Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistuke about it. It cures dysentery mn
diarrhrea, 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 the proserin
tionofonoof the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tbe United State!,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
The fine pastenger and freight eteamrr
Leavei Cairo very Wednecday evonlui; tot St.
I.ODta. Li'tTi-a St. LoalB every Saturday evui.luR
for New Madrid and way landings.
Electric Appliance art tent on 30 Days' Mil,
ro MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
WHO aro aufforlnir from Naavoea Pkmmty,
Limit Vitality, Lrg or Nkrvk Fumi a n
Vlom,WitTiNiiWK4KNKHH,ji. ami all llnne Ulm-uiw 1
of a riHHOKAt. Natuiik h-willliiir fii.ni AnriM nml
Otiks ('li ana. Si.w,ly ri'llet mi l rnmnli'te nwlo
mllon.if IlKAi.TH.vi.iokaiHl MamhxiOI'ara!itkkii.
The graiili-l illm ovrry f llui Nliwieonlh Cimlury.
VOtTAIC HIT CO., MARSHALL. MICH.
"HARRIS REMEDY CO.t.'fflt
IKKU&.NAKHIS'PASIILLE RtMEDV '
I an iii.l imn wlio inner
1 thtr BianT aiiMimy finni.t.uniM-i,
Tbi Umrtj Ii put up In Ikiim. No. Iiunlna amunihi.su,
S.t lnnuh unlTfolinur,, onliuln M-rro caaiii,) a a. I
(iHllna UrM monlhi), ai. a.m b, mall Is ,ID wrtpiiara.
DlrrrUm, tor I ilf Moiaiaar wt Km. I'liuiihlat itwr rl
Mil tnla ulwan sail aivda el out itui miI i witwuoa
nut a ipurn-nn I
a ourlua iliawal Uh llluml, akTs and
lluiioa.-Ntri'om li bllll, ImiHttonoi, Oraanle
Wraknraa, Uansrrkw. Mypklllllv au.I Mrn-arlnl
AVtUsa aneelallr In-alril oa w-lpntino irlno)la
! anil tura laiiiMllra. ( all or writ air 1,1.1 of On
Uanl Ia ho anawarM hv thuMrtiMlrlna Iriwlmnl h mill.
(PMMMiafrrtM froai Haalar k,nia waa Ih.lr a4arm,l
aail loan Mmllilhl l iwir a.l.al. II U a.,l a trwa.
i1lrea UK. HI'T'l'H. IS K. Nih SI., SI. Loak,
KSTAUUSHEU OVKH TII1H 1 V VKAUS.
A favnrlui nrnarrlntlnn nf nns nf the
moat notad and atit'ceaarul aiwlallata In tha t' 8,
(now ratlred) for thecuntof A'sri Debility,
l.nmt MnHa4, sreaftNessaud He nl
Mi plal n iij.v en velopa-e. Ptugglats cau H 1 1 iu
--rlli,iJ!'AH.4 c0o I-ouUIshb. Ma.
AS lataa ta rmm MlKirrHana, airnaaa or xkar uaaiii are
r'V' ssaataaB, Inw ilrlinl, physmall ilralnait, an uaMs
,,IV a saiwa nmrwiy, aaa na iriaaiy aae waa
aaam earail, wlihmii ilouw-h mmii-lnm. rnioraoil kTSoaM.
"Maliri an4 tht ami, f. M.,Ur r.M, nil ftTssas
aUy aaaaraadail h? T If R II A
Ussseaass aaiirM orootials rMUrailna a rjll aal aae
aaaaaeed. Bmni, oemi?, oUaaiy, slitusli 4
( BEFORE - AND AFTEFU
'o, uaoaaiiauon na pkfMaas not.
tUHmn 09a M t, Mas He 1ft fast
raw mors applied to the nrfarM
and almost Instantly RELItVE PAIN! It will net Poll ClotUiv,
nor discolor the Skin. r lev disagrecalile effects of Ktf kfnd. Jit
iinn h..f rwi '.i"r um vnror Itnfinmatlsin. Snralna. H in lefts
StUhT Joint. Ntu-ala:tCta Laune
sor ibroat, Jfains ia ut limix or in auy pan of me Hyiteia
and Is equally eflleiKioiis tor all pains in the Stomach and Bowels
requiring a powutiui umuaivo uiiinuwni. pee nim-irai Aimnnrwt.-
Ask your Druggist for It. Price 60 eU per bottle
lreparcd only by JACOB S. MERRELLl
Wholesale Dwigartat, ST. LOUIS, MO
A MONTH and 110AU1) Tor tlinso live
V'J'J Young ncn nr ladies In each couu y. Ad
dri 1". W. Zieglor & Vo . Chlca -o. 111.
HE Von (iUJNU TO HULK? Ce-operatlve
Plana of House, larva and annill. Moat modern
dt-algna, hy akilled, experienced architects, with
apeciaciittoiieeomploie, from fri upwards. Send 10
cents fur explanation, lllnmrntml Pamphlet.
r i-i ii ,t t;u., 7 warren Nt, .sew tor.
( V 1 II K
VV I) It I. II.
Hy EDWa KD HII Pl'KN, Hod'cal IHrw.li.r U. 8.
N. A ThrlllliiK Plctor Ml lliatory of the World's
great Hea KIkIUa, with apeelmeiia or Naval Archi
tecture of all aires. A rer.urd ! Wonderful Ex
ploits more liitereetiiiK Hun fletloa. Pilco only
1 Utulis cvervwhero. AUKSTS maku ttOlUO
per month. Ail il re n
J. U. MeflllillY & Co . ChlCKKii. III.
mo hire and l ii Miit, i ii if. nyu r.awara i.ent
ort Author of "Tbo (ilnry and Hhamoof Eng-and;"
Mh Nitnoleoh Dynanty1 cite IItiHlrHtfH. l'a-
lmr. Wt Ta-tllt al flltt tt A Ki.lllji lis rin..le UPt anta
IIIU I inn . nta i i, a . ,. ..
--.. . - vim,-, . tat . M k ( I I o iiopr-lOi tnj VVIUB.
'oniatfo Mlnmprt tRkon. Not Hold bv dualers;
Dri(r ton low. A I kin Ihn fulin
nnabrid-ed: s "
Life of Alex. H. Stephen, We , "-c and 8.'.
I.l'eof Waahinirto i Irvine, hy SloMilHid, - Sc.
Life of Sir laaar Newton, by Jaa. I'arton, '2c.
Kip Van Winkle, by Warhliigton Irving, '.'c.
l(HP.,l,,..,r If A 1.U
"(.I ,i",i, .fymiifiiiaimi, .v.
A'nerlcan Humor lt Artimua Wnid, - in.
r.iMiin Aim-n. ny nuren lennyann, vc.
imo.:iii.-u iiiai-a, j ue i ruvuier, uoinainun, im-..
Culter'a Salnrdnv Mu'lil, etc.. Hohr.rt Huriii, -Jc.
trlil sr's hong of the hell, .ud other PiHinie, 'Jc.
Tho Kea Serpents of Hcleww, Andrew Vt'liaon, '.'c.
World-maehing, by W. Mattlrn Wllliama, Sr.
JOHN B. ALUhN. Publialier, 18 Veaey St. N. Y.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Bis been to frequently aud atiafactorlly proven
that It seems almost superfluous to aay anything
taore In their favor. The lnuueuae and oonatanUr
Increasing demand for them, both In thla and foreign
countries, la the beat evidence of their value. Their
sale to-day In the United BUtee la fur greater than
any other cathartic medicine. This dumand Is
not Bpaainodli', It ia retrular and steady. It Is not
of to-day or yeatorday. It is an incraaae that has been
steadily growing forthelaat Uiirty.flve yearn. What
are the reasons for this great aud growing demand I
Dr.Hdienrk's Mandrake rillNCotitaln nomer
cury, aud yet they act with wonderful effect uion
the Uvor. They clnauae the atnmacli and bowels of
all lrrltatlnir mattor, which, If allowed to remain,
ixlsuaatlie blood, and brings on Malaria, Chills and
Fever, and many other (linemen. They give health,
and atreuKth to the dlgeative organs. They create
appetite and give vlvor to Urn w lmle ayateni. They
are in fact tho medicine of all others which should
be taken In times like the present, when malarial and
other epidtruirs are railing, as they prcparo the ays.
tetn to reeiat attacks of diaeaKO of every character.
, Dr. HchencU'e .llnmlrake Pills areaoldliyaU
dnuonats at Ij.'ir. er Ix'i. or acut by mail, inxitivld,
on receipt of price.
Or. Nrbrnrk'N Hook on f'nnauiiipllon, I.lv
rr Coinplnint anil llHiepiii, in Knghah or
German. Is aent free tn all. Aililn-xs Itr. J. II.
NCIIKNC'K A- NOV, PhiliiHHphln, Pa.
!S2!H)ira 8QUAHE or UPHlCHf
Willi KTOOL. JloilK.
f r an Id
fHAPEL 0HGAN. f 70.
Pickinm.m tt Co., I'i
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Ilia Howard (nlvunlcHhlolfv
vhdIc and Miueatla Appll
anvoa end (larniaota are a
anrociirn for NervoualMhll.
Hy, l'aralrala, Ittaauiuatlarn
of Vital Koorgr, Ovxrwork
ed llruin, Weak Dai k. Kid
ney, Llvar, and Htorauch
complHlnta, Hod arendiipt
ed to Kith Kit Skx. Tbaaa
very lutat lm
proved, anil en
from lieltaund all
nlhara, as tb
qelria, easalDg no
an ma, nor trrltia
tlon oftba akin
can be worn at
work sa well as
real only Dotloe
nliln to wearar.
atnges of all
la oriieaallt. Thiwe for MEN ONLY at onrn nNWh
tha aaiil of dlaeiiMi. Ha thay apt direct unnn Narvniia,
Muactilnr.nncl (lnamtlTa Oanlara. anoedlly rt-atorins
thavltiililr wbloh la Kleetrleitr ilralnad fromthaara
Uim by axoaaa or Indlaorotlnna, thny tlma In a niitunil
way ovarpoma tbe wenknnaa arltliout. dnuiKing tlie atrtm
anil, Thar will cure evnry caaa abort n( atnicliiriil da
gMMratlim, and we are prsparsd to furniab the moat
Hiniihnl.la lind alinilota prinil to anpimrt our clnlma.
HluatralKl I'umiihlet Free.or aant aiuil.nl for Ac pnetiwa.
ConiulUtloa (. AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
Ti k lav ted . 318 N. Oth St., St. Louis, M"-
1 . SeftiV
'.- li taw-r-i wa. r una. -r , ,-s ug is wv
A New and conipivte ll'ilel, fronting on t.ivn 4
Second unit Knllruad Streets,
ff 1 1
Tho Pa"in!r Donut nl tho Chlrarti.toi. f.onls
and .tow Orleans: Illinois Central) Wabaah, Hi,
Loiiia and Pad lie; lion Mountain aud Sotithorn,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and at. lows Kaiiwavt
are all Just scrota the street; while tbe B tea in bust
Lauding la Imt nun sriiiare dlatntit,
This Hotel Is tit-stud by steam, has steam
I.anndr.v, llvdraullc, Elevntor, Rlnclrir t'nll Delia.
AutnmMlc riro-Alami. Ilaibt. ahenlululy pure air.
ierl(n tscwtirat'V and tupiplcte sppnlntnieliia. i
' tttlierb nirutsMiigsi perfect sorvlcoj and an an
levlltttl table.- . . , ,.
U P. PAIIUKK 5I (HI. J .
A powuiiul pre uaraliun com-
poscd mostly ol Essential Uili
i ne most penetrating Liniment
known. Hn onnnentratitd that a
will panatra !
Baok. Craunna. Tnnth. Anhn.
NEW AUVJCIH ISKMUNTS.
THE SUN wiSf1
Decided oplnioiia vm"v In language that can
be underatood; tho promptest, fa Heat and moat ac
enrat IntelllKi uce of whatever iu the wide world 1
woith Kite tlon That ia wbat everybody la lore
to find tn any edit on of 'I'll k HCN. hnhscrlptlon:
Paiit ( I pigea), by mill, 54c, a month, or in BO
a year; ipNpav (B paget), l.'20 per year; Wiiklt
(8 pagcifi, l.M)pr year.
I. W. K OLANu. l'ulillahcr. New Y rkClty.
ItlVUKOKS.-No pahllcily: reaident of anr
htatu. OcRMi-rtlon, Non Support. Advice and
aoplirations for (tamp.- W. II. LEE, Atty, 139
Hroadway, 14. Y.
WE will fHV th ftlov) rvwtrd fnr tny rim of Uvr Compltte1
DytpApilft, HU tt Hmbuhe), liiduradlnn, CnniltMUoli or CoaUvtttMt.
wt t.-s.imot curt with Wetl'i Vittmllt Ltrtr Pill, wbn the dtr
lloniavr itrltlly coroplhMl wllb. Tlityr purly ttfxt bltt mJ
Brfirflt to give aAiUlawrtion. Puj-fcr CunM. Lnt hoiticoB
Uln.ns 80 pi Ui, ys rrnu. 'r fit by ftll dmrilu, bmwv of
couiiwrfttu Hit IniliAtintu. Ttit I ami lit titan nftclurtd ty by
JiiftN C. S tT A ('U, IM A H'l V. MiulUon St., Cbkffo.
I'rrv tfiJ I'sXAftjp crl y uiAil tri'pciJ'cu rtoiitif 1 1 wili(ai
Health is Wealth !
Du E. V. V.!t'8 Nirvk and IlitAis Treat.
KENT, n giuirimlot-d eiwilin for HyKtmR, Dizxi.
npea, ConviiUioiiH, Vita. Nervous Neuralgia,
Uenilachn, Nervous ProatrationcnuHHij by the us
of alcolinl or tolatuoo, Wakefulnces. Jlental I)e
liiwwioH, KofreniiiK " the Drain resulting in in
annity and liwlinn to misery, dy and death,
Premature Old Age, IlarreiineBS, Lose of power
in eitlior eex, Involuntary Lump and Huermat-urrbo-a
runwd liyovKr-exrlion of tho bruin, self.
aliUHO or over-iiidulgoiice. Kacli box oontuins
one month's tmatmnt. 1 1. OH a box, or six boxes
for$U,eeutliy mail prepiidon rocoipt of prioe.
Wrl A.l'AIt.WTEK HIX BOXKH
To cure any ca. With each order received by ni
for hit boxes, nccompunied with f.tW, we will
send tho luirclittswr onr written guarantee) to re.
fund the) money if the tn-ittmontUoeeuotenect ,
a euro. Uiiuiuii'.ons iHsuedunlyby
IIAUItY V. SOIIUII.
Druu'i;li)t. Cor. Commercial ave. & Iritb at., Cairo.
617 St. Charles Slrtat, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. t-eirolar Ormlnaio of two inedieat
rolli'itf . Iiis l.ecn luiir-'r eugnKi'il In the treat
ment uf i'liroitif.. Nervfliia, rlciit and
flloofl liL-i'.i-.-a than any oiher nbyelelan Iu
M. Louis, a city ,iim m kbsw and all old retl
iti'int kaniv. ( onsiiiiutlnn t nllice or s?y mall,
free anil Invited. A tVlcmllv talk or hia opinion
costs mil liliur. When it laim-mivaiileiit to vialt
i lie city .nr treiiliiient. meitieliii' rnn In-aent
by mull or expr.'K i-verya hen'. Ctirslile caaet
vu.'ir.iiile. il : where iloiilit e.vi-ts It Is frankly
oiiiteil. CnM or Write.
Wcrvoua Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
aTec t ions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impuritiea and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sorei and Ulcors, IrapedimenU to
Marriaga, Hheumatlfm, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudenoea, Excesses
Inrtulgoaojs or Exposures.
It In aelf-ev blent that s phyalelau piiylnif
pni'tleular atleiilinii to acliiss ot'i-asea attulni
Ki'eat hkill. mid phvaiclaii in rettilar praetle
nil over the coiuitrv kiinwlnx tills, freiUfntly
reeoiiimenil ciisi-s to I lie olilesti.llli'e In America,
wbere every known appliance la reaorted to,
ami the proved k""1 i-emlia of all
sires and eniiuirles are iiaed, A whole houae Is
iikmI forolllee puriHi-a, anil nil are treated with
aklll in a respectful manner: mid, knowlnti
tthut lo do. no exie.il ui.-nt are made. On ac
count of Iho ureal number applylna. the
rharm-i urn kept low. often lower than la
deiiiitniliil liv ulliera If you aei ure tlie akl'l
and Ri-t a spccilv ami pen'ecl lit.- cure, that Is
the 1 in i i I hii I ' in it tier. I'auiphlet, itf pagea,
bunt to uhy mlilreas inc.
platls. i MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Eleir.iiit cloth and liilt blnillnir. Kenlcd
eenla In Histiivre or eiirrmicy. (ivprlilty
.'erliil pen plrtures, true to IIP' ni tlcleac
' ... II. u.,1.1....... Vl'l.n ...u.- nu.rv. Wit,
Kenlcd for SO
ov all atliill lu'i'Koiis, then kept miller lock Slid
key. l'uitiliii' cil 1 1 ion. snnie hhiI.ovc but paier
rover nml m puKf. ii etuis b mail. Iu tuouul
Nouiozono, ('iiinv .Verve-Lift1, Ntreiurtli and
Vii,'iwi is :i pnsllivi restiinillve for Dm Losa of
Manly ViKOr In Youiifr, Middle-Aired and
Old Men, no mutter from wlnit eanso. In Ner
vouh Dobllity, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal Weakii'ss, ttitil kludriil ullmenta,
llils tit mdard Remedy is a certain ourt,and
t'uill Midi Milti'H'i's, wlio vend a Htitlemrnt of
their troubles, a (inutility auiuelcnt to prox y It
virtue will he aent Free of Cost. Address,
A NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO.,
P. O. Bos 2494. It. Louis, MO
Thnt smart ncn averacn $n0 to $B 00 per day pro.
fit, sell nit the "Tocknl Manual," The moat marvel
Ion llU'e volume ever saved. Needed, endorsed
aud purthiired by all el'isana; nolbinit In tho. book
Hue ever eiiinl to it Will prove It or forfeit V0,
Cnmpiete sample and ouitlt 6 Q , or lull parti
rulara for atamp. Don't ai art onl sttuin nntilyou
learn whnt ia - aid of thla book and what, others
are tlolnn. W. II. THOMPSON, Publisher, 401
Arch hlr- ut, l'uti.idolphla. Pa, aprS-.lm
f "V -l j finot, lite is iweopinB by, no
II II lL) f I land dare hetoriiyeu die, some
l tlil I ,h,n" mlkhty and subllmu
1 ll I IK J I leave behind tocouquor lima."
-v-'rx- fiuia week in your own town.
Kivh Dollar out H t free. No
nak, Kvcrvthlni! nuw. Caplial not required.
will fiirnlah ynu evorythliiK. Many are making
rortimes. Ladles make as much as men and boys
and ftlrle make (jreat pay Keader, If you waul
biiaineaa at which you can make great pay all tha.,
time, write for particulars toll lUbLt.1T CO,
"vrl .... I sUtAU
JOHNSON'S ANOOYNI LINIMINT will
nooltltaly proTontthlatrrrll lonlatiaa, and will rmau
llvslj-eurwnlne eaaes en of taai IsifonuslH-a tl-at
III aairs innnr Urea, a-m fn by auuX Dstt't dy a
Roincnt. I'rorrtitt'nUiio'rtHarues, l.ktvaH'
iT5., IJHTaM. MAVwmif ry Tw3;I
Lrruaxi1 1'vusunva a7aas-asw w.s ,