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A VETEUAN BENEFACTOR.
HIS PAST LIFE, FRRSKNT l'LAMS, AND WHAT
HE HAS TO SAY VPOH A SUBJECT THAT
(New York Times.)
Neatly forty years ago a young man, of I
unusual endowments, begin to mould pub-
lie opinion upon a aubi'-ct of vital import-
ance. Like all pioneer.', his oarly efforts
were UnbUtxessful, but his ability and the
value of his work soon won public confi-
d,.nn.. nn.l to.(lv ih'r U not a villa or
hamlet in the country thit has not been in
fluenced by Dr. Dio Lewis. When, there-
tore, it was learned yesterday that he con
templated tho caUhlibhmont of a large
magazine in this city, the fact was deemed
so important that . a representative of this
paper was cotumiasioned to see him and as-
certain the truth of the rumor.
Dr. Ii ) Lewis is a gentleman of sixty
years and two hundred pound, with snow
whito hair and beard, but probably the
mont perfect picture of health and vigor in
the metropolis. He is a living exponent of
his teachings, and notwithstanding the
amount of work ho has already done, prom
ises still greater activity for years to come.
He received the interviewer must courteous
ly, and in reply to a question said:
"It is true I have come to New York to
establish a nnnt"ily magazine. I have
come here fur the same reason that I went
to Boston 23 years ago. Then Boston was
the bent platform in the country from which
to speak of education. New York has now
become most hospitable to progressive
thoughts, and especially so to movements
on behalf of physic! training
"I have reason to know the great and
abiding interest of the American people in
this subject. The7 have come to realize
that the futuro of our country pivots upon
our physical vitality, and especially upon
the vigor of our women. My new maga
! ' fflnatuuui 11
' lllll jltoiwufllt
r zine will bear the title 'Dio Lewis's Month-
ly,' an 1 bo devoted to Sanittry and Social
Science. I h po through its pages to inau
gurate a uew departure in hygiene."
,'HVd you not written several books on
'Yes, nino volumes, and soino of them
like 'Our O ris,' published by the Harpers,
have ha 1 an enormous circulation, but the
best w uk of my life I shall give the world
in the no magazine. Forty years of skir
milling ought to conclude with ten years
ol organized warfare."
"Doctor, what is the occasion of this new
interest iu health questions?"
"It h is come through Buffering, which
seems the ouly road to self knowledge
Tho Btomich. heart, kidneys or liver fall
into trouble, happiness is gone, and then
people give attention to their health."
"Which of these organs is most frequent
ly the victim of our errors?" asked the Re
"Within the last few years diseases of the
kidneys have greatly multiplied. When I
Wis engage lin practice,thirty-five and forty
years ago, serious disease of the kidnoys
was rare; but now distroBsingly frequent
"To what do you attribute this great in
crcaso of kidney troublos?"
. "To the uso of stimulating drinks, sdul
terated food and irregular habits of life."
"Doctor, have you any confidence in the
remedy of which wo hear so much now-a-
days, 'Warner's Safe Cure!' "
"I believe in tlio ounco or prevention,
rather than In a ton of cure."
"But have you noticed the remarkable
testimonials of Warner's remedy?"
"I have and confess that they have puz
zled and astonished mo. The commends
tions ot proprietary medicine usually come
from unknown persons residing in back
counties. But I sen in our most reputable
newspapers the warmest praise ot Warner'i
SifoCuro from College Professors, respect
able physicians, and other persons of high
intelligence and character. To thrust such
testimony aldi) may be professional, but it
is unmanly. No physician can forget that
valuablo additions to our Materia Medlca
have sprung from just such sources. I was
lo impressed with this cloud of witnesses
that I purchased some bottles of Warner's
Safe Curo at a neighboring drug storo, and
analyzed one ot them to see if contained
Then I took throu of I
tbe proscribed doses at once, and found
thero was nothing Injurious iu it. I do not
hesitate to say that if I found my kidneys
in serious trouble, I should use this remo
dy, bucaiuo of the hopelessness of all ordi-
nary trcatmont, and because when a nun-
diod intelligent and reputablo persons unite
in the statement that a certain remedy has
ly, I clmoso to
boliuvo that . ' utli."
"But as you may know, my great Interest
in lifu Ilea la prevention.. Fur forty yuan
I have labored la tbi flelO, One of the
phac p of my work, io Nw England ws
the establishment of the Ladies' seminary
at Lexington, Mass. i M aim wan to illus
trate the possibilities io the physical train
ing of girls during their school life. Thii
Institution became before I left it, the
largest am most successful Seminary for
young women owned and managed by one
person, in our country. I But down to din
ner ' every day with a family of two hun
dred jiursuus. The remarkable result of
this miiHclfl training among girls, were
given in iny paper published in the North
American. Review of Doueruber, 1888.
"Besides, I established the Normt1. Insti
tute for Physical Training inu Boston, and
for ten years was its President and Man
ager, pt, Walter hanniog,. Dr. Thomas
Hnslfins, 'Professor Leonard, ami others
were among its touchers, and more than
four hundred persons took its diploma and
went out into all parts of the land to teach
the new school of gymnastics. And now
the years left to me I propose to devote to
tba magazine which I have eouie here to
establish. It will be the largest periodical
ever devoted to this fluid ot literature, and
will present the hundred and one questions
of hygiene with the simplicity of a child's
talk. To this end all so-called learning
will be subordinated, and will strive to
reach a high place in the confidence and
hearts of the people. In a few weeks, our
first number will appear, and we shall fond
ly hope for it hearty welcome."
Hie facts above narrated are indeed mont
important. It, is gratifying to know that
the life long experiences of a gentleman
who stands without a peer in successfully
demonstrating the principles ot hygiene;
whose heart has always been in sympathy
with the-afllictod, and whose brain has ever
been active in planning for their relief, are
to be given to the public through the pages
of a magazine. And it is specially signi
flcant and proof positive of rare merit that
a proprietary medicine, even witn such
high standing as Warner's Safe Cure is
known to have, should be endorsed and re
commended by a man so able, so reputable
and of such national renown as Dr. Dio
W. F. I-aMbdin, river edilorof I'm Bcllsti
and tembot ptuengnr agbnt. Orders for sll
ktnrie of steamboat Job prilling solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
The Ous Fowler trom Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave on her return trip at 4 ;30
The Vint Shiukle from Cincinnati arrived
here at 3 p. u., yesterday. She had a light
and did very littlo hero passed down for
Memphis at 5 p. in.
Yesterday was the dullest day in th
steamboat line that we have experienced
fjr months past only one during the day
The City of Vicksburg left Memphis yes
terday morning and will report this evening
for St. Louis.
The towboat Annia is due here to day
with the wharfboat from Greenville, Mich
which will be drawn out on tho Ways at
Mound City tor repairs. Capt. Ed. Murray
of Paducah, has the contract.
It was a mistake-about the Will S. II ay
having withdrawn from tho Southern
Transportation lino. She is still in the ring
although thero seems to bo some dissatis
faction in regard to this day. She has taken
to leave Cincinnati which properly
belongs to the Morgan, both boats leaves
Cincinnati this evening for New Orlean
at least they are billed that way.
The Arkansas City is due this evening
The Qoldcn Rale from Cincinnati is due
for New Orleans this evening.
ine u. r.ocrioncic trom .New uricans is
due for Cincinnati to morrow morning.
The Cons. Millar from Memphis will ar
live here to-morrow eveniug on her way to
Cincinnati. W. F. Lambdin, Passengei
Agent, will secure good rooms to those who
may wish to go up the Ohio on her.
The Granite State loaves St. I.nui th
evening and will report here to-morrow
night lor Shawneetown.
Capt. Turner, of the Henry II. Tyler,
still in the city, his wife and daughter wh
have bona spending a few days in Cairo left
here for their home at Hickman, weut down
on the Shinklo yesterday.
The Evansvlllo and Tennessee river pack
et coinpauy sold out at figures realizing 25
per cent, premium on their stock. Messrs.
Fowler b Co., of Paducah, Kjr., owned 100
shares in this old and reliahlo line.
A seamstress who dwell in Nankeen,
Mashed her hand in asowinir machine.
The hand was a sight,
But St. Jacobs Oil quite,
Curod tho out, and prcvouted gangrene.
An invitation to attend tho wedding oi
"Mr. 0. B. Ballow of this city and Miss Lou
Pullis of Murphysboro, hns just camo to
hand, though it was sent to us over a week
ago. . It had boun buried in tho pocket of
of the messenger. Mr. Ballow is a very es-
tlmablo young railroader, formerly conduc-
tor on tho Wabash road, now holding a
similar position on tho St. Louis Cairo
road. The bride is of one of the first fam-
1 lies of Murphysboro.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING,
Monday Jno. Richardson, a negro in
tho employ of Mr. Samuel Wilson, Br., was
caught in another one of his petty thefts.
He has been in the employ of Mr. Wilson
r a number of years, understand! bis du
ties thoroughly and performs them faith
fully, but he will steal once In a while. He
has been frequently caught in his little perf
lations and has always disappeared when
caught and returned atter a few weeks' ab
sence and resumed his duties as though
othing had happened. Mr. Wilson has al
ways retained from prosecuting him lie-
cause John was otherwise a valuable hand
about the store and bis thieveries were al
ways small. Monday Jno. bad hidden sev
eral hams in a bag down among the oil
barrels in the cellar. A certain kind of oil
was out up stairs and Mr. Haz Wilson
started down stairs in spite of John's pro
testations to see if there was any left; but
John followed hurriedly and in an awk
ward way, pretending to search for the oi1,
kicked the bag of hams behind a barrel in
dark corner. But he was observed ; the
hams were brought to light and John has
again temporarily disappeared.
CHEAP KXCnnfllON BATES EVERT OAT DUR
ING THE BUMMEK TO SANTA FE, HEW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1b tbe oldest city
in tho United States. It has reached tbe
end of its first third of a thousand years
its terlio-roillemal period. The Tertio-Mil-lennial
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
there on the 2d of July and close on the 8d
of August, will be an event of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to the
country at large. It is intended to com
memorate the three hundred and thirty-
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the celebration, will be an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources and capa
bilities of tbe Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, agri
culture or Btock-raisiug will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
as the low tare will be a great inducement
to make the trip. The development of the
mines of this vast region has but begun,
yet in the past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
in auy other State oi territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastness of its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be teen samples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of proline Kansas. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing ruining towns.
and the cost of raisins is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
grounds for countless herds. As tbe cele
bration at Santa Fe will be the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to tbe cheap
fare, un opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Tertio-Millenia!
will embrace many features tbe most novel
and romantic, fur instance, three days
the 18 tli, 19th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent the period
which has transpired since tbe settlement
ot the city, each day to represent a century
ot History an J progress, lue three emu
zations will also be represented that
which existed at the time of the coming of
tbe conquerors, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1846. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditious into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole coin
biningto make one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, bo
various Indian games, races and dances by
too mooios, aescenaants ot tne ancient in
habitants of the Territory; ambuscades and
sham rights by the lunis, with exhibition
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
ot which will be a primitive dance repro
senting the gods and heroes of their folk
lore myiuoiogy native Mexican games.
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which Doth Mexicans and Indians wil
take part; various Mexican sports sod the
graud fandango; war and other peculiar
aances oy me uescaiero and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros in throwing the lariat
a moumea tournament, in cos
tumes of three centuries atro
the Sao Domingo and Sandia feasts, and
other poculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would lake much spaco and time to
ROUND TRIP $40.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
40, while the tare from all eastern points
is comparatively low, The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among the most celebrated la
trio world, and a cool and comfortable re
sort for tho hot season, Thero is every in
ducemeut to go to New Mexico this sum
mer and it wil! be taken advantago of by
thousands who will Improve this opportun
ity to study, under tho best possible con
ditions, tho resources of the Territory and
investments, and also to enjoy for the time
the most quaint and romatio spot In all our
country. It is an opportunity to sue tbe
Bouthwest tho coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail thomsolves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise These
low rate tickots over the Atchison, Topokft
& Santa Fo road are now on tale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 81st. 037-184
WheiiLadiM are Attractive
All ladies know their faces are most at
tractive when free from Dimoles. Parker's
Ginger Tonic is popular among them be
cause It banishes impurities from blood and
skin and makes tbe face glow with health,
Boats, Bicycles and Hay Fever.
Nature has resolved that all the people
hall not enjoy themselves at once. With
tbe opening of tbe season of outdoor snorts
conies the time of trouble for the poor vic
tims ot My fever. For them flowers have
no odjr, and the summer little or do beau
ty. To snuff, sneeze and wipe their weep-
ng eyes for three or four successive
months: this is their nltiable nortion.
Whether this form of catarrh is called hay
iever, hay-cold, rose-cold or rose-fever,
makes no difference; they suffer just tho
same. Ihere is no helo in sea-vovHL'es.
there is no helu in hiih mountain air.
These only lighten the pocket and li-ave
tne (usease unabated. But there is a posi
tive cure in Ely's Cremn Balm. We could
cram these columns with grateful letters of
the rescued. Try it aud join them. If you
continue to suffer it is because you neglect
a remedy as sure as it is cheap and pleasant.
Cured When PbynlcianH Give Pp.
"Our family physician gave up our child
to die," wrote Henry Knee, Esq., of Verilla,
Warren, Co., Tenn. "It had tits. HHinari
tan Nervine has cured the child."- 11.50.
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are suffi-
cientlypowerful for tlu uioit robust, yet
the safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 13 cents. (7)
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
xhausted were ho a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be beard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply U3ing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Birclay Bros'
drug store. " (2)
The grape crop of A. Spier's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards m New
Jersey have so increased each year that he
has been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and fur weak and aged persons,
For sale by I'aul O.Bchuh, druggist.
Allen's Brain Food botanical extract
strengthens the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all weakness of Uen
erative System; it never fails, fl pkg.; (
for $5. At druggists, or Allen's Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N. Y.
T. C. Savaue, East St. Louis, 111., says
"I suffered from malaria, and Brown's Iron
Bitters, alone cured me.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
nefs, early decay, loss ot manhoou, etc., l
will send a recipe that will cere you, fkee
or chahok. This creat remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America
end a sell-addressed envelope to tho llev
JonF.rH T. In man, Station D., New lor
An attractive, youthful appearance se
cured by usinx Parker's Hair Balsam to sll
who are getting gray.
To The West.
There are a number ol routes lcidin,' to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tho very
flrest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia ""nnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made 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 faBt time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Rinnan, F. Chandi.kk,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
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and obMPMAronle to lalmtn, Montana aud Manitoba.
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and fraliiht rtw, and othur Information, arianMi,
Wharfboat foot olOllrebk, bX.LUUlb.Ma
Bhop on Halllday Avenue, between Kmirth and
Hlxth btreeU, Cairo, Illinois.
UTAH kinds ol light aud heavy blacksmllhlng,
wagon and carriage work done In tba mo! work
manlike manner. Iloria-sboelug a sptcialty and
JUNE 27, 1883.
Hi. JI1.-.1MI ' -
PKW DROPS ADDlled to tbe llll-fa
I - 7' .- '--' n,a.la.Ti
Inor 4Uoolor t& Skin, or leaf
Bias BQtArjff Bit Cnraof RhftnTnott. fin.i4..'n ,iaaM
pr Aami, aratna im
and Is equally efficacious for all
iB4Uu4y yunpiiut wuuaiio tiuiuiuiit. k nee p
Ajik your Druggist for It. Price CO cts per bottle
Prepared only ty JACOB S. MERRELL,
Who! 1 Drutirlet. ' ST. LOUIS, MO
r, ! ; ;
After a J?alny Ride ft I'ouutry , Physi-:
cian Tel 18 What He Thinks or
"I wish to gracious some people would learn
when they need a d ictor and when thuy don't."
xc aimed Doctor K , as he entered Ull house
in a coney little Tillage la the Interior of the State
of New York.iftera tedious night ride for many
miles. I have been down among the mountains to
see a man, who the messenger aa d, was very sick,
and not llkoly ro live 'till luornhij;, unlets he had
Immediate help; and found hltn suffering from a
ra'her ahnrp attack of co te, which hla family
might have relieved In ten minutes, If they had a
grain of sense and two or thre slimnle remedies In
the house. But no; tti"y must remain Ignorant as
pig, and when tbe leant ache or pain takes tbem,
send for a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
not." , . , -i . ;
"Why Doctor, what klud of simple romodlea, as
you call them, do you expect people to keep In tbe
honef" atked his wife as she poured him a cap
of hot tea.
"In this case," answered the Doctor, "if they
had only put a BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS
PLASTER on the man's stomach, he would have
been all right In a boar, and raved me a dreary
In all ordinary complaints It cures at once.
All diseases are eliminated from the eyetea by
what may be roughly called expulsion or extrac
tion, or by a union of the two processes. Bun
sou's Plaster promotes both. It incltea the torpid
organs to act, aud sends !! heating, soothlntr In
fluence through the myriad pores of the skin. All
other planters oblige the patient to wait. Ther
givo him hope for to-morrow. Benson's plaster
give htm help to day. Which is better, do you
think? Buv the CAPCINE and keep It In the
house. Price 25 cents.
Seabutydt Johaaon, Chemists, New York.
A MONTH and BOARD for three live.
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The Wonderful Efficacy of
Has been so frequently and satisfactorily proven
that It teems almost superfluous to say anythlnc
mora in thatr favor. Tbe Immense and oouitanUy
Increasing demand for them, both in this and fomltm
Countries, la the beat evidence of their value. Their
ale to-day In tha United Bute la far greater than
any other eathartlo medicine. This demand la
not ipasmodlo, It U regular and steady. It la not
of to-day or yesterday, It Is an Increase that has been
steadily growhig for the last thlrty-flveyears. What
are tha masons for this great aud growing demand I
Dr. Hehrnrk's Mandrake Plllaonutaln no mer
cury, and yet they act with wonderful effect upon
tha liver. They cleanse the atnruadi and bowels of
all Irritating matter, which, It allowed to remain,
poisons the blood, and hrtiura on Malaria, Chills and ,
Fever, and many other dlin-asua. Tboy trlve health
and strength to tba dltrnstiv onraus. They ornate
appetite and irlve vnmr to the wliole systuia They
are In fact th medicine or ail otliara whlob should
be taken In times llko the pnwent, when malarial and
otlmr oi'lilmnli ara nwliur, aa they proiare tho ays. 1
tern to resist attacks of disease of every character. ,
Dr. Nrhrnrlt'e Mandrake Pills are sold by aU
dnurirlsta at KAn. per box, or sent by mall, postpaid, ,
on receipt of price.
Dr. Hehrnrk's flank on rc-nsumpllnn, Liv
er Complaint and Oyaiiepaln. Is Kwrusb, or
German, Is aent trr to all. Address Dr. J. II.
ttCIIENCK WIN, PhlladHphU, Pa.
A Now and nompieta Hotel, fronting on l.evei
Second aud Railroad Streets,
Tho Pasinnget Detiot or tha Chicago, St. Louis
and aw Orleans: Illinois Contrail Wahash, Ht.
Louis and Pacific; lion Mountain and Hoathern,
Mobile and Ohio) Cairo and St. Lotus Railways
are all Just across the streot : whlls the Stoaiubuat
Lauding la hut one aiuare distant.
This Hotel Is heated by atoam, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Klovator, Klerlrle Call Hells
Automatic Kl re-Alarms, Hatha, absolutely pur air.
pertectaewerags and uimplete appointment,, . ,
Htiuerb fttrmshlngsi perfect service! and an nn
r , 1 ; 1 .
PAItKlClt Se CO., LMf
AlHiwurdil pi uuu alum com-
i aa most peuetrauait LlDiBint
Will Pm.r. .h. u "
uown. no concentrated that a
mini XI Will uo ooil UlOlblnff,
disagreeable effect! of anv kind. It
Admba or id any purt oi tho Kystein
pains In th Stomach and Bowels,
n la envy to wain tba rjnioa
, CHEOK CIQAB.
KflaUtrt mm en profit,
M Sample lot of US deflr.
ernu i any part or the
U. a fur at. Bend fir our
tHriiia, eto. BCUNULL
ROSE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE,
; TBURK HAUTE, INDIANA.
A woll-endnwed School of Engineering. Depart
mentHt Meclianlos, Olvll Knltliieerlug, Chemistry
and drawing. The Worcester p:an. Ampin man
ufaeturlng machitie-sliops, lahnra ories, library,
cabinet and module. Three chmxei organised. Ad
dmp, till Sent. 1, 8. 8. EARLY, Ban , Sec'y.
After that date,
I'KKS'T CH ARLES 0. THOMPSON.
ADVERTISKlm by addrenslng QKO. P. ROW
ELL it CO., m Spruce St., Nnw York, can learn
the exact cost of any proposed Una of advurtlfliig
In American Newnpaiitre. t7100 page 1'umphlet
US ceu te.
WB will pT th lnr rwtnj fnranf rMtif LItm Complfttat1
Drtpipit fitrk H'tdjuht, IndigMtloa, Const Iptt inn or CottWnai,
wt tanaol ir with Wstt'i Wri tMf Lifer Mills wtwri Ih dlrat
tloniftri strictly cntnplUd with. Thryirt purely Fgtbl, tnd
nevr fell to girt iaUlkylion, Hur &Uti.. Lair boifi, t-on
umtnff 31' pillt, 3i Milts. Kor : b all dntpirlsu. Brwar of
COUtlsaTfrlU nrt ImllaUfctM. Till pil.U'l ntaWaH'lUrTli Mil bf
JOrll C. WKST A Co., IM h lis V, MmM ;hitt
FrM tril ifttAafl wnL by mall n-pir hi rtttu-t nf ft twit lump. 1
Health is Wealth !
1r li. C.Wmt'h Nervi and im Triat.
MEtrr, a guarunUHHl speoihn for lljaU'ria, Diuu ,
nees. Convulsion, Fit. Nervous Nennilgia,
Hencinrhe, NervouH Proetrntion cauaed by the one)
of aluolml or tobiu'co. Wakefulness, Mental Do
proeeiou, Hoftening of the Hraiu rcsnlting in in
Bnnlty anil loHiling to miery, liivny and (leth, 1
Premature Old An, Hnrrennwis, iioea of power
in either e'X, Involuntary Irenes and Biermat.
orrluru rniwed byover-oxertion of thebmin, self.
ebuHoor (iver-indulRenoe. !uch box contains
one month' treatment. $I.m a box, or six boxos
fur$'i.tl, wnt hyniHil prepaid on receipt of price.
iV: Ul'AK.WTEK HIX BOX KM
To cure any caae. With each onler rooeived byus
for six Imixpk. acwmimniod with wo will
send tho purchaser our written guaranUo to ro.
fund the money if the treatment does not enocl
a euro. Gimruutooa iesued only by
IIAURY V. SOIIUII.
Druggist, Cor. Commercial av. & Irtlh St., Cairo.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Ormltiat of two medical
eolleiren, linn heen lonser eniraired In the treat-
niriit it C'lironlo. Nrvon, rMtlu and
iwonii uiseanes inMU aiiy
St. Lou la, a cit y tmneM us
ny oilier idivslrlan In ,
Hksw ami all ohl rest-
dentM know. LoiuultHtlon ..t (itltee.tr h 1t11.ll.
free ami Invited. A friendly talk or hi opinion
mm not Ii In if. When It Is Inconvenient tovialt
the elty ,,,r treutment, medlelneti rn lie sent
by mall or expreitH everywhere. CiirHttle aws
Ktiiiraiiti'ed; where doubt exists 11 In frankly
slated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rhenmatism, Piles. Special
attention to caeca from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES recoivo special attention.
Diseases arising from Impnidences, Excesses
Indulgences or Exposurns.
It I arlf-evlilent Unit A ihvlelnn pitying
partleuUr atlenllnn to aclnn iiiciie attalna
Kreit Bklll, ami phvalrlaim In regular praetleu
all over the rmintry kiiowlnu; tltlx. lVeiiently
reeonuueiid rases Io the oMenlunYr III AneTlra,
where every known siIIhiicc 1 resorted to.
ami the prnvml itxl rentilie ot all
aire and entintrles are mod. A whole Iiouh I
used fur (illli't ittrioe, anil all are treated with
skill In a reei-u'iil iniiiineri ninl, kitliiK
what to do. imexperlntentu lire iii,le. intae
couut of the Kt-eitt nuinlier ii v 1 n m . the
charne are kept low, often lower tlian I
demanded by otlirr If you neeure the t.kl'1
and iret a upeeily and pei feet lis enrr. Unit Is
the Importunl iitntter. Psiiiphli t, Ml pagea,
sent to any aildiei tree.
plates, i MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Eleirnnt rlnth and gilt binding. BealrdfttrSO
cent In poitnge nr riirreiiey. over II II y won
derful pen plelurt'H, true to life, rlleletin the
follow Inn iilieeti. Who iniiy marry, who not;
whvlt Proper aire to itiiirry. Who innrr first.
Jlllilhooil. WollntlilliK.cl. rhvulral derny. Wild
J Ii tin lit
hntilil miiny. How llie himI liiipplness nnty i
Uiarrylnir 'hoiihl not, I It. It onalil to he read
tseil. '1 110.11 mm r Inl or cotitvm tiniinu:
Ity ull a, nut piTsnni, men sepi inioer iocs nun
ey. I'oiiilnr eilllloll. aiiiiie huImh, hut uirr
tover and Kuo piiK. SU ceuta by mull, lu uioue
Neuroaona, (now Norvo-Llfo, Htrouulh and
Vlgori Ih 11 piioitlvo ruatiiratlvej fur Iho Loaa of
Manly Vliror In Younn;, Mlddlo-Aged and
Old Men, m iniitler from wlmt chiiho, Iu Ner
vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotenoy,
Seminal Weakness, 11111I kindred Hlliiiontrt,
this Standard Remedy is ftcertuln curo.aud
to all such Hiillerer. who send u statement of
their troublos, a inmntlty siillli'lciit to provj its
viriuo wiinio ami rrti orcont. AdrireHu,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO..
Box 8494. t. Loula, MO
SUMMER LAW LKCTUHKS (n'ns weekly), be
gin IJth July, lbKI, aud end Uth epteml or. Ilav
proved of signal use, ist, to stud nts who design
to pursue thulr similes at this or 01 her Law tclioo)j
Id, to thosu who propose to rusd privately! aud o
to practitioner who have not h
1 advantage ol
systematic Inslriirtlon, For olrcnlar appiytr. u.
University of Va ) to John II. Mluor, rror. MB.
ror a SOUAkL1 or ki!rlAUt
ROSEWOOD ?i Oirr. HANOs
mmmm with rlTouL, lioja.
tjAllilfor an IS
CMAPEl OHOAN. 919.
DtoaiNnoN k Co., IH
Went Ilth Ft. N. T.