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ULRHTUAT COME To EVERY HOCSEHOLD
The lollowiog article from the Democrat
tod Chronicle, of Rochester, N. Y., ii o( bo
striking a nature am pinauak-a from bo re
liable a source, that it ia herewith ro-pub-Habed
entire. Ia addition to the valuable
matter it contains, it will be fouod exceed
To the Editor of the Democrat ftad Chronicle!
8m: My motive tur the publication of
the moat unmuul statements which follow,
are, first, gratitude lor the fact that I have !
been naved from a most horrible duuth, ami,
secondly, a desire to warn all who read this
statement against some of the most decep
tive influences by which they have ever
been surrounded. It is a fact (hat to-day
thousands of beople are w ithin a toot of the
giave and they do not know it. To tell
- how I was caught away from just this posi
tion and to warn others against nearing it,
are my objects in this communication.
On the first day of June, 1881, 1 lay at
my residence in this city surrounded by my
friends and waiting lor death. Heaven
only knows the aony I then endured, for
words can never describe it. And yet, if a
tew yean previous, any one had told tuo
that I win to be brought so low, and by so
terrible a disease, I should have scoilVd at
the idea' I had always been uncommonly
trong and healthy, had weighed over 200
poundsund hardly knew, in uiy own ex
perience, what taiu or sickness were. Very
in any people who will read this statement
realise at times that they are unusually tired
and cannot account for it. They fuel dull
and indefinite pains in various parts of the
body ani do not understand it. Or they
are exceedingly hungry one day and entire
ly without apja'tite the next. This was
just the way I felt when the relentless mal
ady which had fastened itself upon me Brut
began. Still I thought it was nothing; that
probably I bid taken a cold which would
soon pus away. Shortly after this I no
ticed a heavy, and at times a neuralgic, pain
in my head, but as it would come one day
and be g'ine the next, I piid but little at
tention to it. However, my stomach was
out of order and my food often failed to di
gest, caurting at times great inconvenience.
Yet I had uo idea, even as a physician, that
these thing! meant anything serious or that
a monstrous disease was becoming fixed
upon me. Candidly, I thought I was suf
fering from MalarU and to doctored myself
accordingly. But I got no better. I next
noticed a p;uulUr color and odor about the
fluids I was pacing also that there were
large qu unities one day and very little the
next, and that a pcrsUteut froth and scum
appeared upon the surface, and a sediment
settled in the bottom. And yet I did not
realise my danger, for, indeed, seeing these
symptoms continually, I finally became ac
customed to them, and my suspicion was
wholly disarmed by the fact that I had no
pain in the affected organs or in their vicin
ity. Why I should have been so oliud I
There is a terrible future for all physical
neglect, and impending danger always
brings a person to his senses, even though
it may then be too late. I realised, at last,
my critical condition and aroused myself to
overcome it. And, Oh! how bard I tried!
I consulted the best medical skill in the
land. I visited all the prominent mineral
springs in America and travelled Irora
Maine to California. Siill I grow worse.
No two physicians agreed as to my mala
dy. Onn s tid I was troubled w ith spinal
irritation; another, nervous prostration; an
other, malaria; another, dyspepsia; another
heart disease; another, general debility,
another, congestion of the base of the
brain; and so on through a long list of
common diseases, the symptoms of all of
. which I really bad. In this way several
years passed, during all of which timo I
was steadily growing worse. My condition
had really become pitiable. The slight
Bymptoms I at first experienced were de
veloped into terrible and constant disorders
the little twigs of pain had grown to
oaks of agony. My weight had been re
duced from 207 to 130 pounds. My life
was a torture to myselt and friends.
could retain no food upon my stomach, and
lived wholly by injections. I was a living
mass of pain. My pulse was uncontrolla
ble. In my agony I frequently fell upon
the floor, convulsively clutched the carpet,
and prayed for death. Morphine had little
or do effect in deadening the pain. Fur six
. days and nights I had the death-prcmoni
tory hiccoughs constantly. My urine was
filled with tube casts and albumen. I was
I struggling with Bright'B Disease of the
kidneys in its last stages.
While suffering thus I received a call
1 from my pastor, the Rev. Dr. Fnotc, toctor
of St. Paul's church, ot this city. I felt
that it was our last interview, but in the
course of conversation he mentioned a
remedy of which I had heard much but
had never used. Dr. Foote detailed to me
the ' many remarkable cures which had
come under his observation, by means oi
this remedy, and urged mo to try it. As a
i practicing physician and a graduate of the
schools, I cherished the prejudice both ua
tural and common with all regular pract I
Wooers, and derided tho idea of any modi
cino outside the regular channels being the
least beneficial. So BollcitimiH, however,
was Dr. Fonto, that I finally promised I
would waive my prejudice and try the
remedy he so highly recommended. I be
gun its use cu. of fune and took
it according I., ... . . at first it sick
ened me; but this I thought was a good
sign for me in my debilitated condition. I
continued to take It; the sickening sensa
tion departed and I was at L to retain food
upon my stomach. In a few days I noticed
a decided change for the better as also did
my wife and friends. My hiccoughs ceased
and I experienced lets pain than formerly.
I was so rejoiced at this improved condition
that, upon what I bad believed but a few
days before was my dying bed, I vowed, in
the presence of my family and friends,
should I recover I would both publicly and
privately make known this remedy fur the
good of humanity, wherever and whenever
I had an opportunity. I also determined
that I would give- a course of lectures in
the Corinthian Academy nf Music in this
city, stating in full the symptoms and al
most hopelessness of my disease and the re
markable means by which I have been
saved. My improvement was constant from
that time, and in less than three months I
had gained 20 pounds in Heali, became en
tirely free from pain and I believe I owe
my life and present condition wholly to
Warner'a Sale Cure, the remedy which I
Since my recovery I have thoroughly re
investigated the subject of kidney difficul
ties and Bright' Disease, and the truths
developed are astounding. I therefore
statu, deliberately, and as a physician, that
I believe more than oue-half the deaths
which occur in America are caused by
Brighl's Disease of the kidneys. This may
sound like a rash statement, but I am pre
pared U fully verify it. IJright's Disease
has no distinctive symptoms of its own, (in
deed, it often develops without any pain
whatever in the kidneys or their vicinity),
but has the symptoms of nearly every other
known complaint. Hundreds of people die
daily, whose burials are authorised by a
physician's certificate of "Heart Disease,"
"Appoplexy," 'Paralysis," 'Spinal Com
plaint," "Rheumatism, " "Pneumonia," and
other common diseases, when iu reality
it was Bright' Disease of the kidneys.
Few physicians, ana: fewer people, realise
the extent of this disease or its dangerous
and insidious nature. It steals into the
system like a thief, manifests its presence
by the commonest symptoms, and fastens
itself upon the constitution before the vie
tim is aware. It is nearly as hereditary as
consumption, quite as common and fully as
fatal. Entire families, inheriting from
their ancestors, have died, and yet none of
the number knew or realised the mysteri
ous power which was removing them. In
stead of common symptoms it often shows
none whatever, but brings death suddenly,
and as such is usually supposed to be heart
disease. As one who .has suffered, and
knows by bitter experience what he says, I
implore every one who reads theso words
not to neglect the slightest symptom of
kidney difficulty. Certain agony and pos
sible death will be the sure result of such
neglect, and no one can aff ird to hazard
I am aware that such on unqualified
statement as this, coming from me, known
as I am, throughout the entire land as a
practioner and lecturer, will arouse the sur
prise and possible animosity of the medical
profession and astonish all wi'.h whom I
am acquainted, but I make the foregoing
statements, based upon facts which I am
prepared to pro luce, and truths which I
can substantiate to the letter. The welfare
of those who may possibly be sufferers'such
as I was, is an ample inducement for me to
take the step I have, and if I can success
fully warn others from the dangerous path
in which I once walked, I am willing to en
dure all professional and personal conse
quences. J. B. HENION, M. I).
A Lectura on Economy.
A stupid-looking tramp knocked at
ono of the linent residences iu Austin,
and was received by tho lady of the
"What do you want?"
"Please'm give me a dime to buy a
glass of bread; 'scune me, I mean a loaf
"I haven't got any money."
"Haven't got no money? Thon, mad
am, I would suggest that'you move into
a cheaper house; you are evidently liv
ing beyond your means. Economy is
wealth. Economize iu the matter of
clothes and house rent. Cut your ex
penses, nnd then, perhaps, some day
you will have n dime to spnre a dimo,
madam, that may be the means of pre
venting a hungry and thirsty fellow-mortal
from committing suicide; or it may
bo a quarter a coin of tho value of 25
cents that will upholster the dark
clouds on the horizon of his dispairinj
soul with a silver-plated lining, and till
his stomach with Book beer. Good-day,
fair lady." Texas Sijlings,
An Ungentle Reminder.
j "I saw a Ifwlv ffet a gentle reminder
' ono day wbm I wns driver ou a bobtail
and before I got to bo a conductor," he
continued. "After sho had gono
through the uaual performance of au
ccptinga gentleman's sent as if shn
was conferring a great favor on him
sho hold out her hand with tho coin.
' Porhnps you think ho took tho money
and amblod forward to arrange the nec
essary pecuniary compensation. Well,
sir, that's just where you are wrong. Ho
wbb very busily engaged In looking out
of tho window on the othor side of tho
car, and when tho lady got tip to trans
act her business lie quietly took" ,
, : ' 8' teen street '
"Tho seat ho hud given up a moment
boforo. And he kept it until an elder
ly lady, wearing a tired look and carry
ing a big bundle In her arms, came In,
when ho jumped up, gavo her his seat,
snd, with a sly glance at lady No. 1,
left the car with a smile of satisfaction."
l Philadelphia Timet.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
W. t LaUsdih. river editor of ?mi Bcllitih
and staemboet passenger astnt. Orders for all
kMs of steamboat Job pristlng solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio leva.
The Ous Fowler from Paducah will re
port here at 8 p. in. connecting with I. C.
K. R. and leave on her return trip at 4 :80
The Arkansas City from St. Louis passed
down for Vicksburg last nlgbt. She bad a
The City of Vicksburg passed up for St.
Louis last evening.
The U. P. Scbenck wired that she would
report here early this morning for Cincin
nati. The Golden Rule from Cincinnati will
receive freight here to-day and leave for
New Orleans this evening.
The Cons. Millar from Memphis is due
this afternoon for Cincinnati. See W. F.
Lambdin, Passenger Agent, who will
secure good rooms at low rates.
The City of New Orleans is due here to
morrow morning for the lower Mississippi.
The Commonwealth leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg and will report here
The J. H. Hillman from Nashville ar
rive.! here at 2:30 p. m., yesterday, dis
charged 50 tons of pig iron for St. Louis
and departed at 4 p. m., on her return
The Granite State from St. Louis will
pans up for Shawneetown this evening.
The City of St. Louis from New Orleans
is due to-day for St. Louis.
The Will S. Hays and Chas. Morgan left
Cincinnati for New Orleans yesterday at 5
p. m. "The largest pole gets the persim
mon." The Will Kyle passed Vicksburg on htr
way up Tuesday morning.
The Ella jfimbrough will leave here
next Tuesday afternoon and go to Hick
man to bring up a large crowd who are
coming to Cairo to jollify on the 4th of
The Ohio marked by the gaugo at this
port at G p. m., yesterday 39 feet 1 inch
The trains on the Cairo and St. Louis
narrow-gauge are running without inter
ruption by the bigh water and there is no
prospect of the high water interfering
with this popular little roal this season.
New England wagon factories are
turning out for next summer an unusu
al number of two-wheelud carts. Some
have an arrangement by which they can
bo adjusted to horses of different builds,
as a tall horso requires that the cart be
pitched at a diflerent angle from that
used with a short one. The largest
style of two-wheeled carts, built fur rout
people and having seats running length
wise of the body, passes under the name
of wagonet. The carriage dealers say
that the reason why there are so many
novelties this year in the vehicle line is
because the trado is dull, and the man
ufacturers have been ransacking thcit
brains for patterns which will help to
An Undoubted Blessing.
About thirty years ago a prominent Pbvilcian
by the came of D . William Hall discovered, or
produced niter long experimental research a rem
edr for diseases of the throat, chest and lnnua
which was af inch wonderful emcacy that It soon
gained a wide reputation In tbli country. The
name of the medicine ta DR. Ww. H LL'& BAL
AAM FOR THE LUNU.S, aud may be safely relied
on as a apeeay ana positive enre lor con rub, colds
sore throat, Ac, SoldhvsllDru agists.
r-urao's Catarrh Snuff.
This well known remedy lor Catarrh still main
talni iti well earned popularity . K. A. Uaage, of
ueuova, nanass, writee, jnarcu 4, tse: "1 Hurt
lifted Durno'e Catarrh Snuff, and it is the only
thing that doe me any good. It always effects a
cure. ' ooiq dv an orunKista everywhere.
Townaley'a Tootachu Anodyne cure inatantly.
CHEAT KXCTIISION RATES EVERY DAY Dl'R
I NO THE 81'iIMEK TO SANTA FE, NKV7
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
in the United States. It has reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years-
its terlio-millemal period. TheTertio-Mil
lennial Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
there on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
of August, will be au event of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to tho
country at large. It is intended to coin
memorate the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
tuo celebration, will be an epitome ot the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
ami general industrial resources and caps
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, agri
culture or stock-raisiug will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
as the low tare will be a great inducement
to mako the trip. The development of tho
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 any other State ot Territory. New Mex
ico's Bhowing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastnesa of its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture In New Mexico would not
pay. Tina is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be teen tamples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific 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 mining towns,
and the cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
(rrounds fur countless herds. As the cole
ration at Santa Fe will bo the moans of
drawing a larger Dumber of people into tha
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1S83.
Territory than usual, owing to tho cheap
are, BU opportunity will uo offered those
j may ue interested in stock-raising
Besides the Draotlral. tha TortiikM mental
will embrace many leisures the most novel
i 'J romantic, for instance, three days
e 18tb, 19th, and 20th of Julv will be
evoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will renfWnt tho oeriod
hich has transpired since the settlement
the city, each day to represent a century
' history aniforotress. The three civili
zations will also bf renrest-nted that
hich existed at the time of the cornini nf
the conquerors, that which the Spaniards
urougni witii them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1840. These
presentations will be illustrated bv chvhI-
cades in costume, Indicative of the several
oibiinciive expeditious into New Mexico
and the surround ink' territnri'. Thum will
also be numerous tableaux, the wlmlu com-
binina to make one nf th moat nnvM mid
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, be
Vurious Indian games, races aad dances by
tue i ueoios, aescendants ot the ancient in
habitants of the Territory, amhuscudfa and
sham fights by the Zunis, with exhibitions
oi ineir peculiar rites aud ceremonies, one
of which will be a primitive dance repre
senting the gods and heroes of their folk
lore mythology; native Mexican games,
aances ana juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indiana will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand, fandango; war and other peculiar
ances oy wio aicscalero and
icarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros in throwing the lariat;
mounted tournament, in ' cos
tumes of three centuries mm-
the $n Domingo and SanJia feasts, and
ither peculiar ami interesting rorumnninR
which would lake much space and time to
ROUND trip 40.
Tho rate for the round trin from Kunsaa
Citv and Atchison, includir stou-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
40, wnile tlie tare trom all eastern points
ia comparatively low. The Lah Vt'Hg Hut
Springs are among the most celebrated in
.1 11 A i i
tne worio, ana a cool and comtortaule re
sort for the hot season. There is every in
ducement to tfo to New Mfiirn this uum.
mer and it will be taken advantage of by
tuousanas who win improve this opportun
itv to Btudv. under the bust nossihle con
v r - - i
ditions, the resources of the Territory and
investments, ana also to emov tor toe time
me most quaint ana romatic spot in an our
country. It is an opportunity to i t the
Southwest the. coming country which
ougni not to ue lost ry any who have any
ambition to avail themselves nf the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agnculiure, fruit crow
it a. stock raisinir. or merchandiRi' Theso
low rate tickets over the Atchison. Toneka
& Santa Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, crood to re
turn till August 31st. 627 15d
Mexsmax's 1'eptonized Beef Toxic, tho
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
uutntious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion
Dyspepma, nervous prostration, ami all
forms of general debility ; also, in all en
leebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York
Sold by Druggists. (3)
A Veiea Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher aud endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs ami Colds. Trial
bottles given away at H.iclay JJros'
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 in 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 Hold lets
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used lor communion
purposes and for weak and aged persons,
For sale by Paul O. Schuh, druggist.
Allen's Urain Food botanical extract
strengthens the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, aud all weakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails. pkif.; 0
for J. At druggists, or Allen's Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N. Y.
T. C. Savage, East St. Louis, III., says:
"I suffered from malaria, and Brown's Iron
Bitters, alone cured me.'
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe thaty.'ill cere you, free
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
ttend a sell-addressed envelope to tbo Her.
Jostru T. Inman, Station D., New York
To The West.
Tbero are a number ot routes loadiug to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily aro run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
firest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for KanHafl. nulnrnrlii Nn Muv'ipii unit (VI.
Jf 'mia "'nn)ct with expiesi trains of all
At Atchison. riiiinctiim mm In with
express trains for Kansas aud Nebraska
At Omaha, connection Is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
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ftlld HUDtirtor uprnnwHlarinnu hut hiiHUttflll
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We Caution tha ouhllr. airnlnut an linnnuliir uhr
reputation by dlatortinu tho llkunenaca or bin patluntu, and unnemlly c'tintrfeltinir the character
ol Dla Boole, and pqblUulnR ttia aama In pamphlet form a diIIur It txtt aa Dr. F. T. HmytUa's
i .' rprwnt'nir UUeuea to lie chh he han .tim . Thin man Smyths ia locatr-d In Ht
I.onla. Mo., calla hla rootna "Vienna Intltnl." With the aim ana ilelibcrailon ol a counter elter
or bank bllla and coin, the naa Hmythe baa at Mall In the rupture bnslnuaa with hl ahaneleaa
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After a Rainy Rida a Country 1'hyxi-
ci in 'j ells What lie Thinks or
'I wieh to gracious aome pooplc would learn
when they need a d clor and when they don't,"
exc almrd Doctor E , as he entered bis houso
In a coawy little tiIIsl'u In the interior of tho Htslo
ot New York, after a tedlona night ride fur many
mllua. I have been down amoud the mountains lo
aee a man, who tb meaacngur ta d, waa very sick,
and not likely ro live 'till morning, unless he hod
immediate help; and louud him puffiirlng from a
ra her abarp attack of co le, which his family
mltflit have rrlleved In ten miuntva, If tbey hail a
train of souse and two or thro: simple remedies In
the houno Dut no; thy must remain Ignorant aa
pit's, an 1 wbt u the least ache or pain takea them,
send for a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
"Why Doc'or, what kind of almplo romodlci, aa
you call them, do you expect people to keep In the
house?" asked bis wlfo, aa she poured blm a cap
of hot tea.
"Iu this case," answered the Doctor, "If they
had only put a BENSON'8 CAPCINE POHOUS
PLASTER on the man's stomach, be would have
been all right In a hour, and saved me a dreary
In all ordinary complalnta It cures at once.
All diseases are eliminated Irom tha aysten by
what may be roughly called expulsion or extrr.
tlou, or by a anion of the two processes. Ben
son's Plaster promotes both. It incites the torpid
organs to act, and send l i heating, sootbluir in
fluence through the myriad porea of tbuskln. All
other plasters oblige the patient to wait. They
give him hope fur to-morrow. Benson's plaster
give blm help to day. Which la better, do you
think? Buy the CAPCINE and keep It In the
house. Price i cents,
Staliury &. Johnson, Chemists, New York.
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ed Bralo, WiH.k buck. Kid
ner. Liver, and Htomach
complaints, nnd are adapt,
d to ElTHUHHai. Thaw
vsrr lataist 1m
moTnd, and an-
from belts and all
obara, as tlmy
iMtdt, caaatna no
aoras, nor Irrita
tion of tha akin
oo be worn at
work aa wall as
rmt only notlcn-
alda to wwirar.
nt tt.ifua of all
Is or twaant. Tlii.ae for MBit ONLY at once reach
the seat ot dlaeaaa. aa they aot direct upon Nervous,
Muscular, aad (ianaratlt Gen ten. apeedilr restoring
tha vitality which ta Klactrlclty drained from the a
tam ly aicaaa or Indlacretlnns, tbay thus In a natural
way overcome the weakness without drnuulng tha atom
aoh. Tbey will oura every caw short of structural da
icneratloo. and we are prepared to furnish the most
eraphatlo and ahanluta proof to snpinirt our claims,
lllustrntd Pamphlet Free, or wot seuind for An postage.
Couultatloa I AMERICAN QALVANIO CO.
rraatlavlted 31 tN. 6th St., 8t. Loula.M".
Netiroaoue, (uow Nrve-Mff, Hlrmmtli lind
Vlon Is 11 puaitlvn restnrallve for Hie Loaa of
Manlv Viwor in YourirT, Mlddle-Aed and
Old Men, mi miitU'r from wlintcuiHe. In Ner
oua Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal Weakntaa, and klittlred uIIiiiciiIh.
this Kt indard Remedy la a certain cure.iuid
to nil aiieli Niitlcrera, win) send la atuUtiiinnt of
their troubles, a iiiiiintlty aumelent to prm J Itl
virtue wlllbn aenf Free) of Coat. Address,
. NEUROZONE MEDICAL c6.
P.O.BoaB494. It. LOMll, MO
A New aud Complete ftotol, fronting ou Li'vui
Second and Kailrond Htreets,
1 - - .
Tbo Paasonur Depot of tho Uhlc.aim, 8t. t.onls
and .lewOrlaana: Illtnola Contrali Wabash, Ht.
Louie and Pacific Irou Mountain and Houibern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Ht. Louis Hallways
are all Just across thu alreoti whlla tlieHteainboat
LandtiiK ta.but one atjitare distant,
Thlallotol is heated by team, has stesni
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Kluctrlr Call Hells,
Automatic Klre-Alarrne, Bathe, absolutely pure air,
purled a werage and complete appointments.
Superb furniehlnnsi perfect service ; aud an on
xculled table, : j '
l I'. PAUKKK to CO lBmvm
A iMivvurlul iireuwulluucout-.
IKWcd mostly of Kaaentlal Oils
I'ue most penetrating Liniment
i"'u. nut-um-eiuraieai iaia
will Pn.trat.toth.r lor,.
Buck. IV.nn. Tu a v
cts per bottle
IuHniUpiW mill. I.,., n. t i iu, ... 11. i..--
"In even towntn the Union
A 10r. Bmoke for fief
IV- fUVlDIl Vtt t V It
itetailtrt ai otw proIf,
Sample lot of ill, ileflv.
erl to any part of the
rY terms, eto. BUH.VI7I.I.
KltAtl, Imliauapolls, Ind.
Smokors! Send uayouraJdresa
ROSE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE,
TERltE IIAl'TK, INDIANA.
A well-endowed School of EnglilPiTintf Depart
tenia: Mechauii a. Civil fcnutiieerinE, Chemistry
ml Drawiut!. The Worcester plan. Ample man -ru,
i,i.iu -u,.. .
un- i hi i he mi., ii hide un ,.n, iuimii m in 1. 1.. infrnrr,
alitnet mid ino.lela. Three rlnsKes organized. Ad-
l...va till I 1 U U l.'ftlJl V Um..
i.. iii, ..ii,,. ,, o a . nii.,, iKpij , rui. .
Alter tlml date,
lilHS'l' C'll AtiLES O. THOMPSON.
I'VKRTINKKH by addre-siuir iRO. P. HOW
a KM. it ;o., lo Spruce 61., New York, can learn
the exuct coit nf any proposed Una of advertising
In Amerleau Nnwepaper. (WIW pane Pamphlet
WE will pv lh ibov rvwtrd tor snf cam of I.Wr ComplltM
f'yp-P'l. H.ailMM, IndltfuttoQ, C'inulplln or Coutvinai,
umii.lrurt with Wtit', V(iwM Llw I llli, hra dltK
1Iodii iltUtly c.ituplla4 llii. 'tiny art mtl; nvoubU, sua
nvai l-ill b irlvt lUulullon. GKil. Ut Unat, coo
ulnlnit SO pill n null. Kor ula l.r all drurtliu. Bawara of
dmiiitif.Hi aii.l liiiluilnm. Tba r!"""a maieifactiirnl only ta
JOHN C. WtST A ft I., hi A IM W. Mini 81., Chlcato.
raa IrlaJ a.aaki laul l.y 11144I prfpa..i.urt.aaiti,f all kajititawb.
Health is Wealth!
Hit K C. Wkht's Neiivh and Hbaim Tkrat
MKNT, H miiiriinwod vpeeittn for lljHteria. Dizzi,
noes, C'onvnlaiuua, ViU. Nervoua NetirnlKia,
Ileadnchn, Norvoua Prost nition cbuhocI by the na
utuleoliMl ortolvicco, YYiiki'tulmwH, Meutnl I)v
IiroHniuti, Hoftotiinn of tlio Hriiin nttltini in in
oaiiity and lemltnn to miaory, decay and death,
l'remuturo Old Attn, liarronneaH, J.ow) of power
in either hoi, Involuntary Ihc itnil Hpormat
orrlnt'a cnuw'd byover-exortion of tliebrutti.aelf
bIiuko or over-indultrencu. Knell box contuina
one month's InvitiinMiU. ll.llUa box.oraix boxes
forfS.UU.eont by mail propudon nteipt of price.
i.V: .l AltAXTI'K NIX IJOI H
To euro any raw". With each order received bytii
for six boxes, rireonipnnied with i.i.lll, we Will
aond thopurcliofterour written Kuaranteo to ro.
fiiinl the money if the treHtment dooa not eflocl
a t ore, (inuinnteea iaauod only by
Druuijlat. Cor, Commercial avo. ,t imh st Cairo.
617 St. Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A ru;"lop r) rod note of two medlon!
eollfrtea, ban l'en Iohkit eiiKaited III the treal
liienl of t liroiiin, Norvoun, r-Uin nmt
Allorxi Lllaenaea than anv otlu r pbyalelmi In
Ht. 1 ,011 Is, hs elty papers hLaw nnd all old ro.
iliMitK know. t'oiiMiliiitlnn t oillceor by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or bis opinion
costs 1101I1 1 oif . When It iHlncoiiveuli'iit to visit
?ho city .or treatment, niedlelnea can be sent
by mall or expp'as evervwhere, t'lirahle iiiscs
(fiuiunteecl ; where doiilit exists Ills frankly
slated, full or Write.
MiTToua Prostratioa, Debility, Mental tnd
Fliysical Weakneaa, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and tones, Blood
Impuritiea and Blood roinoning, SkinAlfnc
tlona. Old Soros and UlceM. Impodimenta to
Marriage, Rhoumatliin, Pils. Special
attention to cuaea from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive apeotal attention.
Dieaaei arising from Imprudences, Einesaaa.
Indulgeacjs or Exposurea.
It la self-evident that n phvslelaii pnyltnc
particular at tout Ion to a eln olenxea alliilns
Kreat "kill, and pliyalelaiis Iu reiiilnr prsetleo
all over the raiiiiti y kimwiiiK ibis, ireiii.inlly
ri'cnniiiieiiil rnaiia lo Hie nldi vtullee III Aiiirlea.
wIiith every known appliance Ik reported to.
ami the provfil uinxt ri'ini'ilii-a of all
axes and i'oiiiiIi'I.'S al e uaeil, A hide limine H
11 nod lorolllee purto.i'S, and all are tri ati d with
skill III a rviiii'tHil iiiuiiuer; and. kiiowliiK
what to iu. no expert nientn are iniiiii'. Unni'
eoiint of Hie itriitt niinilier npilvliii, the
ebni'Ki'S am kept low, often lowi r tlmii la
ileiiiiimli'd liV otlieri It vim seeine the skl'i
ami S''t s toi'i',y .Hid peilei-t lit'., chit, thul Is
the lniiiirtant inillor. l'ainhlit, M pagi't,
sent to uuy addreis fire.
pla'tYs ! MARRIAGE GUIDE
Kleiraiit rloth and allt bludliiir, healed fnrM
reiila In hwiikh or currency. Over lilly won
lor I'll I pen pictures, tine lo life aillch ami Ihu
r,lllllUlllll. kllllll...l. ti l... U I...1WHU Mil... ......
V'hyr' rrooer ae tniiini i v. ' W ho marry HrU
noHi, t 1
ii..r..i....i ri....i..,.i un..
iniiri'v. Mow Hie nnd hiiiiiliiea iniiv li
led. '1'boi.e loiii rii il or contHioi'liillliff
liarrlnu should rem I It. It ouaht In ee resil
oy all adult htmii", thi n kept tnnlcr lock an I
kev. 1 opului' ed 1 1 Ion, same aMilnoe, Mil sh r
rover ami Suopativs, tb cents In mall. Iu uiuuof
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA,
SUMMER I. AW LKCTl'HKH (n naweekl). be
gin I '.'tb duly, latu, aud end tilth roptemi er. Have
proved of signal use, let, to stud- nta who dealKtt
to pursue tlidr si tulles at this or 01 her Law school;
lid, to those who propose Iu read privately) and Ud.
to practitioner who have not had the advanlaite of
systematic Instruction. Kor circular anpiytP. O,
llniviirsitv of Va JtoJohu B. Wluor, Pruf. Com.
and Slat. Law.
j7 rr 1
Wkilll for u 13
CHAPEL OMOHN. 170.
PtraiasoM Jk Co , U
WoatllthPt. It. V.