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THE BEST J.VO KNOWN
In Hard or Sod, Hot or Cold Water.
RAVES LABOK, TIME ami KOAP AMAZ.
I.NOLV, anil give universal Htltu liou. No
Ittunly, rich ur poor, wUould bo without It.
Bold by All Orociim. UKW UV. of Imltatloni
Well ilca.Klied k mislead. I'KAfCI.INK in ttio
ONLY hAITn.bir navlim cdiiiihjiiihI, ami al
wttjf bear uHH,ove aymbul, uuti uamu ol
tLAACKN PVLE, NEW YUUK.
Theouly kouwa ipeciflc'fur Epileptic" Plu, "a
AllO Of Huuam Itul Valllm fct.-L..,,-.,.. VAMfn...
Weaknesalt lumunUjr relieve and cum. Cluanaca
uiwu uu qmcKt-ni aiiuotun circulation. Neutra
llxc germ of dlacaae and aave atckncaa. Curea
A SKEPTIC SAID
ugiy tjiotctiei and stubborn blood aorn. F.llnilnat
Bona, Carbunclea and Bcal.la. lirrermawntly and
promptly cures parlyls. Tea, It la a charming; and
neaimrui Aperient. Ktlli Kcrofula and Klnca F.vll,
twlu brothera. thaiiKC bad brealh to good, remov'
In- the ramc Houta billona tcmlcnclra and makci
clear complexion. Equalled by none In the delirium
of fever. A cliarmlnfr resolvent and a matchlcaa
laxative. It drtvei 8lclc Headache like tbo wind.
the brain of morbid fanefra. n-im..i ... t, ....
matl.mb7r0atln.-lt. Iiraiorr llfe-glvlng proper
Ilea to the blood. la (ruaniMeed to cure all tiervoua
disorders. tF-licllaMc when all opiate fall. lie
frMhe. the mind and Invigorate, tbe body. C urea
dvspcpn! or money refunded.
Irlaeaacsnfthe blood ownlUcnnniicror. Endorsed
in. writing l.y over rmy thon.and WlliV "ui.:
clerirvmen and physic: In I. b.and I f.'m.r.
For Testimonial and circulars send sump.
The Dr.Si. Richmond Med Co. St. Josepb.Mo.
ba l':m'i1 tt cuvIhIiIi
r I illation wherever
Hi own, il:ailannt; ail
' tlier ir parntioiis. An
'irlicie of lltiiln:i,ted
Lll.'ll) OK SNUFF
Apply bv the Huifer
Into tho nostrils. It
will he absorbed, tfleclualiy cleansing the nasal
iwai.- 01 raniarrnai virna caulii heslihy e
cretinus. It allays It flanimatioii, protean tbe
membrana) II' ln of the load from addi tonal
colds, completely heal" the s ire and restore, the
aer.ae of ta-tc and ameil. Ilenefb UI results are
reairn nv a tew appnranons.
A THO'fdCtirt TKKATMRNT WII.l. imp
t'nequaled for Cold In the Head, .-adariin and
jjeaiiRa, or anvKinnoi mucoiia memliranai Irrita
tlon. .-end furcirciiiar. Hy mall. prepHid V) c.
a packafo'inupa received. oid by all whole
ale and p-tull druifg;ata.
KLY'St'KEA.M BALM CCOwcgo, N. V.
THRDin nntairi c
. and MALARIA.
From tlieae ouroa urlso Uin-o founhs of
the (ll8Ci)oa of the l.uiann race. Thew)
syinpuims lmllunU Uielrexwtei.ee : Ix.a of
Appatite, Bowrl coatlvr, hick Ileail.
che, ruUneat ajder eatlna;, averilonto
cierUon of body or ml ml, inctilon
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
plrlt., A ft In of havin nKlrcted
nine duty, Ilzziiiesa, Flutterlnu at the
Heart, Itoti before the eye, tiltf lij r col
ored rrlne, tO.STllATIo:r ami do.
mand thouso of romoily thru acts directly
S,.lhi'i1.ver- AsaLivermodlcino Tl'TT'i
hare no oqual. Tlilr uct Ion on tho
hlilnoys ami Skin la also prompt : rt'iiiovlii
all impurities throunh tficso three " acav
nrf of the avetera," prodiicin anpe.
tltjj.souna dlKOStlon, reffuliir stmilH, a nlear
Bklii anil a vigorous brxlv. Tl'TT'S I'lLLN
CHiiso no nausea or prrirdnK nor luterfere
villi dully work and are u perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1TE FEELS I.IKK A KEW MAN.
"I have had Dynpepgln, wllh tonstipa
tlon. two years, and have tried ten ctitlVrent
kinds of pills, und TUTT'S are tho first
that have douo mo any good. Tlioy havo
cleaned mo out nicely. My appetite is
plundltl, food dinrestt readily, and i now
have natural pa.MBnRog. I feel like a new
wan." W. 1). KDWARD3, 1'aluiyra, O.
ttoldoTerywhere.aftc. OfBoo, Murray 8t.,N'.Y
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grur Haib or WiitBKF.Kfi changed i.
stantly to a UUissr Ulack hy a slnglo an.
plication of this DYE. Sold by iJruKKlsts,
or sent by express on receipt of$ I.
Ofllce, 4t Murray 6treot, New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREf.
How Many Miles Do Yon Drive?
This Itialrnniont Is no larger than a. walch. It
ttdis tho exact number of mllea driven tu I lie
l-HWH n purTof mile; count up to l.imO miles;
water and dnst llnht; alwaya in order; saves
horses tmin holng over-driven; la oaally Httacniid
to tho wheal of Hiigny.Carilatfo, Bulky, Wagon,
HohiI Cart, hulky Plow, Hcspcr, Mower, ur otiier
vehlc'lB. Invalualilo to Llvnrymnn, l'leaauru
Drivers, I'hyalclans, Fartuera, Hiirvnyora, Pray-
men, Kxiireaameti, Hisgo Ownnrs, Ac, I'flcminly
Ivb loach, une-thjrd th prlco of suy other Odom.
lor. When ordering glvo dlmnolor of tho whmd.
hunt hy mall on receipt nf price, poat ''d.
"Addrora MoOONN ltLL OUDMETBH CO,,
i North U balls 8t., Chicago.
tSTBund for Qrevlsr. 3-3ui.
The Daily Bulletin.
BT0RIE8ABOUT A EOBSE.
The Hih Int?l!ii;nncH He Sbowod on two
"Tlmr Iih HlaniLs ez innocont-lookin'
an' chimmr ez t ycniliii' colt, an' no
tin w'u i llievo that lins-i wuz 20 j'ttr
old. Vims I'vo owihmI him Wcn, ho wor
or coll, ami I'vo tf.-ictitvl him everv
Ihin t hut hi: known 'ccpt lii-i niMiiiiim.
He coinml riiit'rul bv Unit, pitnlm r hit
wan bonicd in him."
Olil Zekf, of 'IVxas, is a veritable
fioniicr patriarch. His hor.-o is a laro
blooil-buy tinimal, who liax a wicke-d
fashion of lowing tho whites of his
fiyos and nyur back his thin ears.
"Ilrt looks so much liko onu nv them
thur Mexican l fms," explained tho old
hunter, "that I mimed him Cougar."
Hu had often Nooken to ni ofti,nt
famous animal, and ono dv I shall
never forget tho circuinstanco I mado
Cougar's acfjuaintanco. I was on mv
way through a corral when a Hcrcnminjj
neigh, tho sound of quickly falling
hoofs and a warning cry cau.sed me to
turn my head. A blood-bay horse,
with proudly arched neck, flowing
mane and tail, and bead erect, was
coining toward mo at a quick gallop.
His thin ears were laid back close to his
head and his red tongue huug from his
mouth between two rows of vicious
looking teeth. I turned ami faced the
rapidly advancing animal. Tho nearer
ho ciune the morn dangerous he looked,
and I was unarmed. I would have rim
toward Hie row of stalls on the north
side of the coi nil for shelter, but they
were too far away. I could hear tho
champ .f his teeth and the sound made
cold chills run down ray vertebral col
umn. Fire seemed to Hash from his
eyes and groat Hecks of foam dropped
from his open mouth. When he was
within ten feet of m be reared, evi
dently intending to crush me between
his forefeet. 1 shuddered most any
man would have done so under tbe cir
ciinistanci's - and braced mvself for a
spring. Ti,e anticipated shock did not
come, however. 1 beard a sternlv
spoken "Hyar!" in the well-known
voice of On. --eyed Zcke, and tho horse,
but recently "so full of vicious tire,
halted, pricked up his ears and stood
meekly in front of me, with such an
expression of innocent wonder on his
fiice that I burst nut laughing. He did
not like this and laid back his cars
"Hyar, ye rascal!" shouted his mas
ter. "None uv that."
He walked up to where I was stan l
ing and placed his hand on my shoulder.
"This hyar's a parduer uv mine,
Cougar," ho said. ".Shake!"
Cougar who had inclined his head
gravely, as though listening to his
master's words, lifted one of his fore
feet and extended it toward mo in a
very friendly manner. I grabbed tho
outstretched limb, and since that time
Cougar and I have been very good
friends, although I never cared to pre
sumo on our acquaintance bv any undue
in 1874 a tiartv of soldier wlm unr.
being guided by 'Z'ke followed an Indian
trail which trended across Kl Llaudo
del Marie, which is an arid, sandy,
alkali desert. It was about one hun
dred miles wide, and there is very
little- water u it. The soldiers had
reached the middle of tho desert when
tliey were overtaken by a terrible sand
storm, which lasted nliout twelve hours.
Many of the men and horses were
sullocated by the sand. The packs and
water-sacks were blown iuv.iv and those
of the horses tint were not killed stam
peded. Old Z-ko was hadlv bruised.
and the alkali iiii enlorin'' 'his throat
ad m. s.MiliiMi ;t Unit he could hardly
Speak. J I'O s.,,i.es were king about
siill'.-niiir (r 33 . he same d.flieti.tv. and
Zi'ko knew tfc" unless the, innld" reach
water ilicy would all perish. When hi
came to i, :s viis,... Cougar was standing
mr.ir him, ami he c i . I th, nnimal to
his xdc. ii n i:r . at .lilli uiiv he ruau-
a.red to e!:nu;.ei- t,(. He.
"Water!" w . i, -ii. reel hoarsely into
' '"" ir. i i : I, sniffed the
f'fr for a moment, and then started oil
at a gallon. He made straight for a
water hole, about three miles distant,
and when he reached there eke wns
iinbled to allav his bumiiiL' thirst. Hn
filled his canteen with water and start
ed (. otigar hack with it to the suffering
soldiers. H,. made the jouniev swifth"
and when he returned his saddle was
loaded down with canteens. Zeke tilled
tlieso and started tho horse back again.
He made several trims, and wIh.m ovon-.
body had been supplied, the missin'.r
horses and pack animals were hunted
up and the outfit turned back toward
tne ptt. When thev reached there.
and the story of Coug'ar's sagacity be
came known, they made a hero of tho
horse. The Ulcers drank his health,
tiieir wives and daughters made him a
blanket, the soldiers whose lives ho bad
saved contributed monev etininrh in
uy him a costly saddle and bridle, nml
the commander of the scouting party
bad a gold medal struck on which Is
engraved an account of the affair.
"Vaas," said Zeke. when he finished
the story, "Cougar ez tolerbul keen an'
ho he, more sense than half the humans
what I meets; but bo's no angel, ez the
men what fools around his head or heels
Kin testily to." Correspondence Phil
Wouldn't Help Him.
A crippled man entered the door
yard of a sonsiblo old fellow nnd asked
for aid: "I am crippled and cannot
work," ho said, "and if you will only
givo uio a few cents to get something
to eat, 1 will ever romemboi' you."
"I never turn a needy man away
from my door," said tho old follow,
shoving his baud dowu into his pocket.
"How did you get crippled?"
"I was playing base ball and"
"What! get out of this yard or I'll
cripple you a blame sight worso. Can't
pick up a newspaper without seeing
soiuotliing about your dovilish game.
(Jo on away or ono of these days, when
you aro unable to lift your hand, you'll
look back to tho slight ailment winch
now effects you and regard it ny con
trast us the happiest timo of your ill
spent lifo." Arhanwu Traveler.
"Mel lean man no sabe cookee lice,"
said a Mott street Chiniimiui who was
industriously washing a big pan of rico
on the edge of the sidewalk, "She no
washeo plenty. Heap washee mukeo
The Chinaman poured on water,
carefully rubbed the wet rice between
tho palms of his hands, bringing tho
grains just to the surface. Again and
again he poured ti n water ell' and re
newed it. When he had washed tho
rico in a dozen waters, cuvfullv remov
ing imported grains, he uraine'd ofl" tho
remaining water, leaving the rice in a
"How cookee?" he said in answer to
a question. "J'ul no too mucheo wa
ter." A Chinaman uses just so much water
that the rico will cook dry. Ho never
touches a spoon to it, ami when it is
done every grain is whole, soft, and
thoroughly cooked. A'cw iork Sun,
Lost its Kf.nnncj,
"I tell you, panl," said old Jimmy
Cannon, agtr.de, "the West lifts lost its
romance. Only a little while ago. it
seems to me, where oneo there" was
nothing but tho whoop of tho Indians
and tho song of the six-shooter, now
there aro railroads and churches and
commercial men and high schools and
three-eard-iuoiito men and lecturers und
daily newspapers and evervlittlo while
a natural death. Whv," within two
months, if the blasted "papers tell the
truth, several men have d.ed iu W'voin
ing of disease. 1 tell you.it looks as
though us old-timers would have to
move away. When we wait for linger
ing disease to snuff us out, iu time to
light out for the frontier."
W. P. LaMBDIX. river crtltoroi .am Rm , .,w
and ateamboat paaaeniier atci-nt. Ordera for all
ktnda of atvamboat Inh inimlni aniiri,..i nm....
at Bower's Buropean Ilote). No. 72 Ohio levee.
The Wyoming leaves St. Louis Saturday
for New Orleans. The river marked by
gauge lust evening at 0 o'clock 5 feet 6 in
ches and risinc The Ohio is still rising
at Pittsburg, Cincinnati, .Louisville and
Evansville. Tbe Tennessee and Cumber
land are also rising.-The Ella Kimbroueh
did not reach the Powell iu time to render
any assistance as the Vicksburg and Gene
vieve got there ahead of her and nulled her
off; the Vicksburg in pulling at one of the
Powell barges sunk it, but most of the
freight was taken off before being damag
ed. The Kimbrough will return this morn
ing nd we presume will be paid fur her
trip anyhow. The Carrier arrived here
from St- Louis with COO tons of freight and
was drawing a little over 84 feet. She re
ceived considerable freirht here nml left
for Vicksburg last night.-The Hudson
from St. Louis will rcnort here enrlv f bi
morning for Paducah. The City of Nash
ville from EvatiBfille came down last night
and left on her return trip at 12 o'clock.
The Carrie Caldwell is the regular pocket
due here to-night from Evansville. See W
IT T I 1 w-
r. .LaojDuin, rassenger Agent, and get
your tickets. The Annie P. Silver from St
Louis is due Uiis morning for New Orleans
loe uty of Helena is due to-night for
Vicksburg from St. Louis. The Ste. Gene
vieve leaves at. Louis for Memphis this
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are suffi
ciently powerful for tho most robust, vet
it. i'...i f i i t . . V
uaosBiesiior cniiaren and weak coustitu
tions. 15 cents. (7
T. .11 -,U n-.- . r
an nnu nro Buueruig irom me' errors
ana indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c.
will send a recipe that will ct're you, fukb
of chauoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America
penn a sed-addressed cnvelone to tho !..
JOHKrii r. 1 n man, Station JJ.. New York
X roni Col. J. Maulhof. of New York . ot
have suffered severely for the last ten years
from Hay Fever in early and mid-summer
ana in ine tall, i desire in the interest of
my lellow sutlers to testify in faor of Elv'i
rAnMn TV. I i r i J
virgin uniui. iiy snort use ot it demon
strated its efficacy. J. Maidliof, 401 Broad
Neulralgia and sick Headache.
in Aurora. 111., lives Mrs. Wm. FTenaon
She snys; "Samaritan Nervine cured me
or neuralgia, vertigo and sick headache."
From the Proud Standpoint
ol superior "style," the languid city beauty
Blirtrntia 1a - l . .
cro ma imaginary pnysicai snort com
mga oi ncr rustic female cousin. Yet if
11. i i, - -----
uiu latter possesses a finer set of tooth .
sho probably does if she uses S0Z0D0NT,
and the metropolitan belle does not, that
siriKing contrast so much in her favor
enaoies tier to turn the tables with. , von
gence. Pearly teeth are better than "style."
FpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, lllinoi.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking- Business
ENTERPRISE 8AVIN0 BANK.
EXCLUSIVELYA SAVINGS RANK.
THOB. W. II ALald I) A V ,
a nil wd J,Mr P"" Hoptombor lain
rtnlldlnir new. HunnrinrV.nninni. '
oln.1,,1.'.. nl....v;l,:'''.",,,",""." . M" "
Ircolarsof P. W. Harclay. Kso.. W?P. nallldsv
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTORER 5,
Advertising ("boats III
"It bos beenmo so common to write the
oeginnmgoi an article, in nn elegant, in
i nen run it into aome advertisement
mat we avoid all such,
"And simply call attention to tho merits
oi nop Hitters in ns plain, honest terms
"To induce people
'T.i ll'lvn til..... i , t i
... ..v ..iLu, woe inai WHICH HO proves
meir vaiuothat they will never use any
thing else." '
"Tiik ItEMKuy so favorably noticed in
an uiu capers,
"Keligiousnnd secular, is
"Having a larco sale, and is supplant
db all otlu r medicines.
"i nereis no denying tho virtues of the
Hop j'lnnt, and tho proprietors of Hop Bit
ters have shown great shrewdness
"In compounding a medicine whose vir
tues arc so palpable to every one's obseivd-
Tid She Die?
"She lmt'ored and suffered along, pining
away an toe nme lor years,"
"The doctors doing her uo good ;"
"And at last was cured by this Hop Bit
ters the papers say so much about."
"Indeed ! Indeed 1'
How thankful we should be for that
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter suffered on
a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble and nervous debVity,
"Under the care of the best physician,
"Whogiivo her disease virii us names,
"But uo tclief,
"And now she is restored to us in iood
health by as simple a remedy as Hop Hit
ters, that we had shunned for years Injure
using it." Tub Pakents.
Father is Getting- Well.
''My danght rs ry :
How much better 'futher la alnrn hn med It.in
"He la ffettlnE Well after h In Ion anlTerlnir IV,, m
a dUeao declared incurable "
'And we are so glad that he need vour Hitler
A . apt of L'twa, N. V.
State of Illinois,
In the Alexander County
l"S ( lrcn t I'olirl. Frllllrurv
Alexander County. Term a. 0. IfcsM.
In( linnrery Hitting.
Ellen Campbell, complainant,
Haghy Campbell, defendant.
Hill IU Chancery for Invoice.
The above named defendant la herehv n i:n, l
that anid comp'aluant, an the tth dav nf.Iulv.
Isfci, filed In aald conrt a ccrtmn bill in chtnci ry
fir divorce aualimt vou. and that aliaa inmm.ini
his Issued thereon re urnahle on lbs first rtiy ul
the cejt term of said court, to he hold, n at the
court house in Cairo, on the second Moudav of
Cairo, ill., Sept. 27th. A. I). IK!.
AI.KX If IMVIV. r'le.U
Mn' key A Leek, Comp'air.ant's follcllors
N'ollie Is he;ebv Klveu Hint on Wednesdav die
Slptdav of Octoher next, heiw. en the hours of iu
o clot k Iu the forenoon ar.d 5 o'clock in the after
noon of said dat, at the laie lesidunce of Peter
Mollenherg, alius IVter siolman, decea-ed.ln the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and state o till
nois. the personal tirop'Tty of said decedent, con.
ftsilne i f -4 wagon, 4 mules, 1 cart, hoiies and
rneds. 2 whve liarr ws. 1 erlnd.sione. a hi,v, l I
lot tools. 1 lot shingles and Inmher, 1 plow, 1 har
row, 1 nrs doors 1 lo' f aicing wire, 1 lot harness,
1 lot hot bed sash. 1 lot trunks, 1 pump and pipes,
X old stove, 1 chair. 1 lot giaas, I mud wheel,
luneo and ral's. Implements, and other artirles,
Will h. Hf,M at ntlMtr lain
I TKIiMU OK HM-K'.-l'iirchaaoaoflesa than five
1 dollars to be paid In hand; It that amount and
ever, on a credit of aii mouths, the purchaser civ
lug no e, with approvi d security.
ADOLI'H 8WOBOUA. Administrator.
Phted Cairn. Ills . September ;!Hth. lil.
OKU EN Jt (ill. II KIM', Attorners.
R. R. TIME CARL) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTIUL U. It.
Tra. in Depart. Traits Arrive
Mall s:(l a.m. tMall im m
tAccom l-.':i'ia ni. 'Kxpresa 11 1(1 a. m
hxpress. 3 .'0 p.m. a Ac.com p.m
c.ST. L & n. o. u. ii. (Jackson route).
. 10 SOa.m.
C. n. R. (Narrow-gauge).
Ex A Mail... lo: S" a tu.
Ac com liisiAp.ni.
Express 1 :1 i a in
Kx. Mail. .4:10 p in.
ST. L. 4 I. M. II. II.
tSxprosi IO::Wp.m. tKxprcss '2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. A P. 11. II.
Mall A Ex 4:0a.m. '.Mail it Ex.. !)..inp.in
Accom 4:flp.m. 'Accon 10:0a.m.
rroij;ht. i:4S a.m. Freight ti 4'. p.m
Mi'IlILK & OHIO H. H.
Mall Si.'i.'ia.ni. Mail .:0p.m
Dally except sur. ay. t Dullv.
TiM K I.AItl)
ARRIVAL AND Dld'AHIUKK i-F
I. c. K. Il.(if.roui;U iork mail), n a. tn.
" (wav mail)
" LSoutheru DW
..4 0p.m. I Hp. m
..IS p. ni. I Hp. m
Iron Mountnln K. R
Wabash K. h
..;:;)' p. m. 9 . m.
..) p. m. i ii p. m
..7 p. ni. H a in
Texas A St. Louis It. It..,
St. Louis ACiIro H. Ii...
..5 p. rn. H.-.HO mn
..'4 p. m. 4 ti. m
Mlaa blver arrives Wed
Kri. A huii.
P 0. pen. del. op n from
P.O. box del. oi en from
7:30 am to7:W m
u a. in. to u p m
Suudar Her. Ifl. open from. ...8 a
ni. to in ii. iu.
Sundas hex del. open from....li a
in. to li):Wani
isVNOTK I'lmnir. will lix
time to lime !n city pupers. ( batiL'c vonr cai iln iic
coratucly. W M . II. MUKI'U Y
CAIHO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and I'oplir
J streets; preacblnK every Sunday mo iiliiirand
Dltht at UHial hours. Prayer hiuiUIiik W ednes
day nlitht; Sunday school. H:au a.m
Ki'V. A. W. .MOUAUA, Pastor.
MICKCIi OF TIIK KEDItKMKK-lKntrcua
Vj Fourteenth itreetl Sunday 7:00 a m.. II,, it
l ouimuuiou io.,w a. iu.. aoniini; rrayers ll a, in
unuy icmrai a p. in,, nveninx rrayers 7i'4o p.m
r. I'avvnpori, o. t. ti. Hector.
JIHM .HlHhlliNAKV HA PTJ8T Clllfh !l -
t rreai ninu at io..to a. n... 3 o. m.. anil 7-m i, ,,,
lai'iiiiiii i oooi ai can p, m ttev, I . ,i. Nn mis.
i uilii.KAPi Thirteenth atrest; services
1 j hMh I :.io a. m. : Sunday school i p in.
Key. Mippe, pastor.
KlRtilh and tValiuil streets
Sabhatb 1 1 :00. m
, and 7:30 p. in
J. A. (Scarrctt.
nnday ISiliool at diuo p. ui.
IKESHVTKKMN -Klfthth street; prearnlng on
Salihatb at 11:00 a. m, and 7:30 n. m.: oraver
iieetlni' Wediiesdnj at 7:8'lp. m.; Handay SchMo;
O S p. m, Kov ti, Y. Uooriie, pastor.
o'l . JiiSEI'll 8--iHouian Calhollc) Corner Cross
r5 and Walnut street; service. Sabbath ULM'a.
Siuiiiay nc.nooi at 11 Ii. m. i vesonra a u. in. : ir.
ires every day at n a. m. Kov. O'llara, ri
n oiTUlnU'u , ktl. ,
i i n i mi i. n-iiuiiunn vaiuouc; vomer niihd
O sirset and W'ashlnlou avenna; services Sab
a nli Sand 10 a.m.; VeaperiS u. m.: Sunday School
1 p, m. servlcei every day at a a, m. Rev. MimtouerH
ilato Monroo 5H., Chicago-
W lllfntsm.l,i lnflr.vaiMnsilh.lri
fjf 1mA, ill ,.wfi, .IU I,i,(rs7liiin
of la.touiuiil bHs, lirja. Iklu,
l.n.U, Drum MorS Klsifs anil
Uli, Si.nalr run, I Oiunu, toaWn
Mlrtls sU l.rt,,,!,, lailio, Una and Kc
srMrnf nat. hukiaaa
' It kW,
I IMiffll Mi rift hi i
a a i wHvaaaaaaaaaaaaEBaanflaaMMi
kkw imopa applied to th anrf.
and alinoat Instantly RtLIEVI
",ul finorooKia, i.amo Uacli, Crimn T,o, ii
Sore Throat, Pain, in tho Limba or ll, "Hart oVv "hvaem
and s equally elllcaclo.m for all palm In the Stomach and Po , 1
ruiiu r inn a nowerfo i ffiwivo m !,,,,, !t u.. ir.:zrr. a?V i-'owula
jour iniKlisi lor U,
rrlcooocts per bottle
I'repared only by
NEW A FIVE IIT ISEMKNTS,
VOI.l'MES. Ih.i cho'ceat liteniliiro of the world.
fore payment ou evidence of wind fiiith. "
JOILV B. ALUKN, ruhlisher.
1V " " '-'W- 18 Vo-ey St.. N. V.
New illustrated catalogue, (10 pji.
tto) fur season of 18a:i-k including-
many new style: the best assortment of
the best and most attractive organs we
have evir offered, and at lowest pric, s,
-'2to wmh Tor cash.
, easy payments or
rented. Sent free.
Beilon, IM Tremonl st; New Vork, 4ii End 1 (Hi st
Chicaco, Mil W'abash St.
PIANOS and OKGANS
Are the finest in TONE,
Are the finest in DESIGN,
Are the finest in WOIIKJIANSIIIP,
Send for Ca'iilotfie with ninalcfreo
Is '8 Washington Street, noston, Muss.
WORTH SENDING FOR!
Dr. J. IL KCHE.NCK ban Jiuit published a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
hcn,Helv afflict, wltb.or Haldol., any dCJ .ieol
UieUmiatorlunini Menumi Uiis eaiier. Addnva
Ur.J. II. HCIIENCK A MN. I'hlldelnkltt. I'm.
tttuu V ya uuA injiuti ut ('ennaa huuk.)
617 St. Charles S treat, ST. LOCIS, MO.
A mtrnlar li en. I urn ofnmedlc.il
follenev, Iu, ,.,.,, .,,iir.-r elliruc. d III tbe (real
H'i' " i,i1,rom"; Nervouis Sliiu ami
Jllon.l !l,e,le, ,:,, ,1,1 V o ,r l,)l sl.l.lll 1 11
SI. Louis as i lly r'U'eri Uw and all old r.'.
letis know. onsnlt.ill.in ,.t mm r bt .,,..11
tree nnd Invited. fri. iv till K or hit, opinion
CO,5 tlolhlliif. When II l,Ilie,.livelii,.M to visit
;0ei cltv ...r treatment, medicine, pun he sent
l.y mallor .'Xpr-ta i-vecvwhere. Cnraide . ae
Kiii.r.iiiiee,i i h, re duulit e!.ts ii u frankly
Hated. C nil or N rile. '
Nervous, rrostratioa, Dohility, Mental and
PhysicaSVakncss, Mercuriul and othrr
affectioniof ThroatSkin and bonos, Blood
Impurit.is nnd Blood Poisonjnjr, Skin Affco.
tioo!., asd Ulcers, Irapcdimcntg to
Marriage, RhpumatismPilog. Speoial
attontion to caserrom over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES rccojve special attention.
Diseasosarisingfro:n Iirr.rudt'nceg, Excesseij
Indulged?ns or Exposuri.
It Is Self-evident that a physician p.ivlnif
part leuiitr alinilluti in 11 r I, in ..leases alums
Ki'cat skill, aihl pliysieiaus In reiiuliir praelleo
all over the eouniry kiiowhiK this, iVc,iietiiiy
reeommeinl eilM'.-In the oldest olllee III America
where every known i,aiice is resorted to,
and til.' l.rove.l irni.il i. iu,mIi.. of all
sues and countries nr used. A whole house l
used lorolllee .uri.Ma, nnd all are treated Willi
skill Iu a respivtfui iiuniner: and, knowlnt;
Mll.it to ilo. no expert meiits lire innde. Hi nr.
count ot' the ureal iiiimliei' n'ilvlnL'. II, ii
rhariri's are keet lnv. often low.'r thnn is
.leiliillidi'il l.y oilier, li Mm ncenre the skl'I
und Rrtapeedy and perl'eel lile cure. Hint l.i
the liiijnrlniil mailer. I'sinphlet. M panes,
Bent to any addren, free.
I MARRIAGE GUIDE.!
Ktepint cloth uud Kilt Idiidluir Sealed for W
cent, Iu o,lai(i, or currency, liver 11 ft v won
lei'i'ul ,.n pl.'iures. line In life aillcles'on iho
ft.llowliur sol, ii 1 , Who uuv niai-rv. ho not'
h 1 rroierai;. In mam. 'Who marry llrst.
l'inho..., . ,tiMi 1 1 1 1 . I'hvsli al Heca . Who
hou:.l inai'i V. .lo I lie in., I ia,,iiess'inav lie
liiereaaed. Thus., married or roiili.nij,lalllii!
I'ini'i y luc should read It. It oiiwlit to l.e read
ny all adult ,i rso,i, then k"d under lock and
key. l'.,,uliii' eil 1 1 Ion. same u- nl.oi e, hut paper
rover and iiuopase ti ttuu ly uiall, iu niuuef
r ro Uiuu.
VfK Kill rnvth, il,rrwitrl Inrany rr,f Mr Comrlalnl'
Pylia, SI, k I Imiaitiilna, Ciin.l,llaa or Cwllvnn,
i-aiiniruri wuh wil'i I.,r I'lll., wli.n ihs rllrr.--
lloinii. .trlfllv renipllnd "III,, liny a.a furlv itlal,lr, iij
asm Ml lo tlx isinfa, Hon. Hn;,,r C.uiltrl. l.i'm l..,i... ,
UiiiIiik ,111 jj , yt ,,y ,, ,,,,,,1,,,. Wm, (
cuunlnlVIU ni'l ImlUll,,.!.. Tin irrmiHi. linnulidur,,! only ,y
JOHN '. wist A Co.. lal A hi w. M,ii.,ii Clu,
rw und k, lno by mill prriuul u rn.u.i f ;) u ,tiwl.
li'ealiii is Wealth 1
VKHT'SI NkIIV AND 1'IIAIN TltrAT.
Mir.NX,a imriini,isl ni'i-oilin for Hysteria, lhzjii.
riess, CiiiiviilHioim, Fittt. Nervoim Nenruliu,
lleuilill'lin. NervollM Prostration emmoil l.vthu i.u
of lileohwl or lobiieco. Wakefulness, Meutul jj.v
lirwMHi Hofletiiim of the llruin reHtiltinif in in
sanity nml leiulniK tu miriory, deeiiy nml di'Hth,
rroiiiiitiiro Obi Age, Harrenness, Uw of power
in fullier sex. tiivolitnlnrv Tiase. mill
orrhirneiiiisi.il livi,vnu,.ori;,m of tl.hn.;n ...is.
Dii K C.
nbiisoor ovor-imliilKeiiuo. Eaeh box eontnini
rmo tnoiit h tmut inetit. JI.Ui u box. or i X l.xei
lor$...(l,Hent by nmii propiidon receipt of pnea
ii7AttAXTi:i: nix hoxi.h
To euro Buy enwj. With eneli onler reivwl hytn
for nix boxes. nccoinpanitHl with .'urtl, w will
oud the puriihaaermir written (rimninteo to r
funil Iho money if the trontmont dooiuiiteUoot
a euro, Oiiiiruntoo issmrUonlybr
HARRY W. SOHU1I.
Dnwtt, Cor, OiNnamial . A Wth Ca If
A piiwerlul preimi alloii c..iu"
imscd mostly of Kssrnllal Oils
I'ho niostponetnuiiurl .IniniMrit
,Tr""".' n concenwaieu timtn
PAiiiS,?" Yi-! '
,M,U,, mnrren q Altieiine
keiluK the on
Order on trial, addreaa for eirculnr and location Of
Western uiel Smniiern Ktorehoi,ct and Auenfa
P. K. DEDERICK A CO., Alnkn J"." Y.
l)'y.U.Kt l';H N" P'l'oicity; residents of any
M Mule OeMertior. ' Vm.,,, 1.1. -
Mrti.li..t(n... f I 'M. rviiiew aim
llroadwiiy, N V.
n lu evury townln the Uuion
A tOe. Bmnko for lef
IfT HAVANA l-II Il'l.
1 IMnilertmittmr jirorit
.imis mi in a, dellv.
ered to any iiart of tbo
S, terms, eie. BCII.VfLL
thzsrn i it. "i.iittiiiiiK.iia.iiio,
i moirors I bena u s jour ai hlresa
I have known and watched tho use of Swift's
Speclllc for over ilfty year, and have never kr own
or heard of a failure In cure I lood Poison when
i'T.'!1""'1? "kt'11 , 1 l",,'d il on lllv 'erviiniH Irom
is.1 to, IMS m did also ii number of my neighbors,
nnd iu every ease that came Ithln my knowledge
It fleeted a cure. In all my I fe I have never knowu
u remedy that would ao fully accomplish wliat it is
rtc.niruundud to do.
IL L. DENNAf.'p, Perry, Cn.
I have knewn nnd ned Sw t Specific, for more
lu.ui twenty years, and have sei.n more wonderful
results irom Us u.' than fiom any remedy in or
out of the 1'hiirniHC p.ein. 1 1 Is a rrtniu and safe
autidote 10 all sons of Blood Puisne
J. DICKSON SMITH, M. D.
The (treat Imig House of Chicago.
We do not hesitate to aybBtfor a year pa.t
wo lave sold more of Swift's hpeciflc (S. 8 S)
thnn all other Blood Piirlllers comb ned, and with
mesl Bstonishlnc results, unit ncutlon an who
us. d half a dozen bottles savs tint it lias done him
more good than treatment which cot blm l,imO,
Another who has used it for a Scrofulous uffllctiou.
reports a permanent cure from it use.
VAN S1IAACK, STEVENSON & CO.
Will ho paid to Ht,y Chemist who will find, 011 ar
alysls of Uio bottles S. S S.. one panicle of Aler
curv, Iodide I'otassiiim. r nnv mineral snhsianre.
THE &YIFV SHEOIHC I t).,
Dniw.r :i. Atlaula, On.
ni le i free.
for the l!t,i book, which will ba
Prjce: Small size,! 0(1 p.-r hnltlo. Largo size
vooiniiiii . i.uiiie u,uitntily), $I.7J bottle. All Druir-
Ifisls sell 11
V- TH-hsr J
rWWBWfW B4 I
7 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK,
,W0 rrJfj. Ktl.AV.
WMASS." r QA.
rOR SALE BY
II. Stkaqala cfeCo., Cairo, III
PUOPRIKTOIl OF BPKOAT'8 PATENT
. AND '
Wholonnlo Dealer ip Ice.
Vi-1) V THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEIX
I'ACKEIi FOR SHIPPING
Cnr Loads n Specialty.
.' V v.tT "-.H Jt sV-J I l Halt aall I al
fBstl .-L4D 2
m n y it
1 CW1 OUTOF ORDER.
Or. Twelfth Street and LeYee.
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