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Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv J-ino .liunuiiu;
0 DAILY TllAINd
Making Dikkct Connkotion
Ti-ains Lx Cairo:
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Arrr.ii.i. :f hi !.": 4'. a.m. : Cbicago.tl.su p.m
i 'ii.in . 1 1 n i; a'. Odin n.d r.fl'.ngham lor l.'iiiCin
lull, l.ui lii'l.ahapons and points bun
11:1 t a.m. Ht. I k)hih mij Wntnrn
Arrlv'ii;' in St. Louis ?:or. p. in., and enin:ctiti(!
i,.r n poims n in.
:t:!"0 p.tri. Kitwt Kxirf
Fir ft. Louis ami Chicago, nrrlvifcg l Hi. Lnulr
w.vi p m., ana i U!i ii,m 7:i a m
.' t f J j in. 'i noii mat i K x j,i'-nh.
Arr:v:i:g at iucluia:! Tim am.; Louisville i
am.; Indianapolis 4 "i am. l'is..ciU.. rs by
tl.is train n am the above polus 1 y to .' li
HOI In in advance ol auj other roms.
IfTThe 3:5i p. m. express has :'l'l.I.MA
M.hEPIMt CAK ( airo to Cu.cibnatl, without
cr.arig.-s, ana tnrougn siecpers to M i.oa's aw
Fust Time Kast.
P'l Hsf'lt 'fl'l'vi th" ,lne -''"0fl to F.'iH
X 'l."t 11' i ern points without auy delar
caused by Sunday Intervening. Ttie Saturday after
noor. train from Cairo arrive Id r.cw o'k Monday
Burning at 1": 15. Thirty six hours in advanccol
n otner mate.
MTKnr through ticket and further information
appiyat Illinois Central Railroad lb-pot. Cairo.
J. 11. jONKS.Ticmt Agenl.
A. PI. HANSON. Oen. Pans. Agent. Chicago
For Fine Complexions.
Positive reliof and imniimi'
ty from conijiloxional Mom.
Mies nmy ho found in llfttran's
.Mairiioliii JSulm. A delicate
and harm loss articlo. Sold
liy (Iriiists evorjivliore.
It imparts the most liril
liant and life-like tints, and
the closest scrutiny cannot
detect, its use. All unsightly
Kim? 3Iarks under the eyes,
Sallowness, Rodnoss, KoiikIi
ness, and the Hush of fatigue
and excitement are at once
dispelled by the Jlagnolhi
It is the one incomparable
A Valiialilo I)lcovcry f r uiplyins Mncm'tUm to
the Human Sy m Klei'trlcltv anil Mam-tn-ni
u llizeU us niiver hefore for ld ailnk' the Mi k.
THS M VONKTON AI'PLI ANCK CO.'rf
3Iairnetic Kidney Belt!
FOK MKN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE 2
it Kr.n'MiBD. ta folio win ij Isi-aooo wliliou' nu-iU
lclnti: I'aihh in tiik back, iiim. iiiaduh i.iviim,
NSIU'Ol.'S DKntl.lTC l.t'HIUII'l, OvNKIUI, HKH LITV,
IIHICI'MATIKM, l'AIIAI.YHIM, KKCRALVIA, Hl.'IATIA,
IIIHKASEH OK Til R KlliNXVH.al'INAI, IMKKAKKa, TllM'IU
Li v mi. Omit. Suiulnnl Kmlimloni, InipiiliMicy,
AntlimH, llcK't Dvihii, DyNpopdH, Oinciipiiiliin.
KrvtliiulaK, Indiudntlnn, lli'rnlt or Kupturu, t'ul
trrh, l'lli', Blillepny, Diinil) Airiif, tlr.
When any dubllilv of tho (iKN KKATIVit OR
GANS ciccnrn, I.okI VltKllty, Lack of Nitvo F 'rco
and Vii!r, Wauling Wuiikn'ai, mill all tlionu Dm
eaauaof a porannal natnm, from whati'vi'r riumo,
the ciui ti i tiutis Ktraam of tniKUi'Mxtn piirinpnliii;
through lliu partu, militt rcatoru them to a healthy
actiou, Tliore In no miitaka alioul thlt App l
Woakuca of tho Splnn, Fnllini; of the Wouili,
Lfliirnrrhii'a, Chronic Irillninmntlon ur UkcrHtlnn
of tho Womb, liicldcntAl llmniirrhairc or Klnodliitf,
Painful, Hupprciai'd and Irnu'iilnr Mi'tiKtriintlou,
BnrronneKa, and Chango of l.lfu, t h In lilhotl.'Ht
ApplUncn and Curativu Acent known.
For all lorma of Komitlo I)lillciiltloa It In nn'iir
pannuil by anythlnij lieforu llivmitod, both ii" a
ctiratlvo tt(otil aud an a auurca of power and vital
IzAtlnn. Price ofelthor Holt with Maenoilc Inxoliw, $10,
out by exprua 0. 0. I), and examination al
lowed, or ny mall on niciilpt if pnro. In ordering
aond moiiniri) ol walit and alr.u of nh.ni HVinll
tanco can ba mailo in curroncy, rent In lutturat
Tho Mnuiuitlc Oarmont aro adaptod to all
aro woru over the iindurclolUlnj (nut next to tho
body like tho many Galvanic and, Kloctrlc Hum
Iiiikh adV'Ttln d 10 oxtonMvuly). and iihoiilil ho
tak"n otT at n!((ht. Thcjr hold their l'OWKH
FuRKVKIl, and aro worn at all reaioni of tho
"oiid aiamp for thn "Now nuparturn In Moillral
Treatmoni Without Modlctne," with thotmamU of
TUB it VON ETON AI'PI.IANOR CO.,
lilHStato Htreet, Chlrii!d, 111.
Not ''end ono dollar In ponmijo nttnpa or
eurniiicy (in h'ttor at our risk) wltu alr.ool ahoa
tifiially worn, and try a pair of otir Mairnctlc In
aolea, and bo convinced of the pownr rmldlna la
our other Maunotlo Appllancen. Ponltlvoly no
cold foot wbou thor aro worn, or money refunded.
The Daily Bulletin.
UEItOEd AND IIEUOINES OF THE
Iu Aniorican libtory tliero aru no mnro
iutcruhtiuy tlureu than Hio Heroes anJ
ilcroiuoa ol'lhu linnJcr. Hold, Jnlitin,
aiivuiiturouv mill patriotic; loyal to triumls,
to country and to thu interest of society,
tliuir wotH was singularly effective in tliu
advancement of Atuerieau civilization.
With geeininj,' reckleHBueaH, their efforts
were in tho iuterebt of law aud order, and
tlit) jieople owe them it debt of ratitul
they do not forget. Tlieir page iu history is
as fascinating as it is honorable, mid there
is a peculur plvasure in reading thu narra
tive of their woudurful exploits.
The times which produced those heroes
and heroines mark s period i American
history of absorbing interest alike to old
ami young. It is proper th.it it should be
so. These hardy pioneers coupled virtue
with courage, humanity aud loye of country
with the stern duties of frontier lite and
battle, aud the example of their lives not
only interests but strengthens our faith and
admiration in human courage and unselfish
In American pioneer history there are
three distinct eras marked as distinctly by
three geographical divisions; from the Alle
gheny Mountains to the Mississippi, mark
ing the first; from tho Mississippi to the
Kocky Mountains tho second; California
and the Pacific Slope the third. The set
tlement of these vaiit regions developed
great leaders, whose achievements have
made them justly and widely famous. They
have a warm place iu the hearts of the pen
pie, and a prominent one in tlieir ad mi ra
ting It is appropriate that their achieve
ments should be recorded, and we no'e
with pleasure tho foithcomiag of anew
book, now ready, from the press of N. IJ.
Thompson & Co., publishers, New York
and .St. Louis, Mo., called; "Omqueriug
the Wilderness, or New Pictorial History
of the Life and Times of the Pioneer Hcroee
and Heroines of America."
It is written by Col. Frank Triplet, an
accomplished writer, whoso literary qualifi
cations and great experience on the frontiers
are said to eminently tit him for so noble a
A special feature ol the book is its apt
aid profuse illustration, embracing 2U0
superb engravings, illustrating incidents
and persons -the latter embracing nearly
100 life-like portraits, of pioneer leaders,
niver before given men and women
which make it a sort of picture gallery, as
well as a book of thrilling narrative, that
will lend to the lxok a charm and interest
not to lie resided.
It ie sold by subscription, through can
vassing agents, and present an opportunity
to agents to make money especially invit
ing. We aitverti.se it in another column.
A Morning ccne.
About s o'clock yesterday morning a
man smoking plug lolaeco in rin old
clay pipi-, walked out of a Michigan
avenue saloon with a rat in a trap. Ho
locked neither to the right or t lie left
until he had reached th middle of the
Mreet. Then ho pineed the trap on the
ground ntnl whistled fur his dog, the
animal did not respond, but the 'public
lid. In less than two minuies thirty
men were rushing to the spot.
"Hi! there! lion'tlet him out ti.l I
pet rnv diLf," shouted one.
' Hold cm! Wait for the dogs!" yelled
half a dozen voices at one.
' Keep cool and form a circle!
itKindi'd a policeman
it srriii of his baton.
as he took a firm
The man with the trap spread a lare
handkerchief over it and waited. He
was not a bit excited. On the contrary
he was as placid as a chip sailing in
"Whar" d.dye ketch him?" inquired
"What'll ye take fur him?" asked
anoth. r, but . his inquiry was treated
whh the same, silent contempt.
Then four or live men came running
up wiili dogs under their arms, and ten
or fifteen dogs on foot followed behind.
Then- y m s a fight between a bull-dog
and a Newfoundland, and them would
l ave been a row between the owners
I ad not a second policeman appeared.
Order was finally restored. The dogs
were arranged in a circle and held by
their collars, and the placid man slowly
knocked the ashes from his pipe, look
ed carefully around, and then raised tho
trap and shook the rat out. All the
dogs made a rush, but in ton seconds
each and every canine- walked oil' on
his ear and seemed to bo hurt in his
feelings. A boy stepped forward and
held tho rat up to view.
"It's a crockery rat!" ho yelled as he
whirled it nroiinil.
"Yes, it vhas a grogery radt, und he
cost me den cents!" calmly replied the
placid man as he walked off with his
trap. Jl truit Free Prrm.
Tho Lonlon Hunky.
W. J. Stillman says in "Characteris
tics of Loudon," in the October Vcntury:
"In the intonation of tho low-toned
command is the highest exiiresioii of
that incommunicable, indescribable,
and, except by generations of cultiva
tion, iiuaitainaliie quality wo call hijk
breeding. In the reply to il is that per
fect antithesis in breeding, which wo
ought to call ow-tlip profound, un
questioning, and unhesitating prostra
tion of self of the traditional hereditary
qlunkv,' disciplined like a soldier, who,
ns his master never permits him to ex
press n disturbing emotion, never al
lows himM-Jf an expression (,f sttrpriso
nr a word of comment; whoso self
command is as great as his master's,
perhaps greater -a well appareled
statue, save when an order is given;
whoso bows and deference for his mas
tor's guests are graduated by tho dis
tance tit which they sit from tho head
of tho table; a human creature that sees
nothing, knows nothing, and holievos
nothing which his master does not ex
pect him to sen and know titul boliovo;
who, if he thinks of a heaven at all,
never dreams that it can ho the same
thing for himself and his master; ho
hopes to meet his father nnd grandfath
er andgrent-gramlfatherln tho servants'
hall of that celestial abodo whero Ids
masler nnd all tho family for countless
generations will dwell in their mundano
late; his brains could no morn take in
tho parable of Dives and Lazarus than
tho laws of Kepler, ntnl tho most Inson
tale chartist or radical could never iu
ipiro io him nn ambition to ho atiy
Uilng beyond butler tu his master a
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOR.VhVa, OCTOBER 11, t83.
W, F. ;.amiiiiin, river uituorol ins flci.i.itTiN
and steamboat paaaentror ak'ont. Onlura for all
klridaof nUiamboat Job printliiK ollclld. Otllce
al Uoor'i European Hold, No. 72 Ohio Iovho.
The EllaKimbrough from Tiptonville ar
rived at 6:!50 p. m. yesterday, and leaves on
her return trip at 0 this morning. -Tho
John Howard with a good trip for New
Orleans will report here early this morning.
Col. Jim Pell with his cousin, Newt. I'ell,
will pilot the Howard to her destination.
The Hurls :i is due to-night from St. Louis
fur Paducth. The City of Providence is
duo this morning from St. Louis for Vicks-hurg.-The
Henry A. Tjler left St. Louis
lust night, and if she has good luck will bo
on hand to-night for Memphis. Tho rivers
are gradually rising, and it is to bo hoped
th-it navigation will be fully opened up in
the next tea days. We received a postid
from Capt. J. I). Moore, of the Cons. Mil
lar, saying he would arrive here with Ids
boat from Cincinnati Wednesday tho I7th.
Tnis looks liko business. Several Ohio
river pilots from Cincinnati are in the city
and will go down the river to-day as far as
Memphis to look at the river. The Evans
ville packets have discontinued tlieir trips
to Cairo, having turned over their through
business to the Gus Fowler. Our old
Iriend, Mr. E. 0. Upham, ono of tho local
stnff of the Evening News at Paducah, was
a passenger from here on the Gus Fowler
yesterday for home. He came down to
meet his wife and child who accompanied
him tu Paducah, where they will reside
permanently with the "old man." "Up."
hasn't sworn off, but we saw enough to
know be means business.
The Testimony of a Physician.
James Beechcr, M. D., of HlrRoiirney, Iowa, nave
for aeveral years I have tiecn uninif a Couch lial
ruu. V.'l'v'l UK- WM- "ALL'S BALSAM Full
1 HK LL OS. and in altnoat every cane tbruaijh' tit
my practice I have nd entire turcena. Ihave
lined and pracrver hundreds of boitlen ever nlnce
the day of my army practice 0Di, when I wan
urgMou of lloipltal No. 7, Louinvihe, Ky.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
It U the Bent Salve for CuU, Bruinen, Soren,
Ucern, Halt Kbenra, Tetter. Chapped ll.udn, Cull
blairjn Corn and all kinds of tsklu Eruptions,
rrecklea and plmplea.
DL'RNO'S CATAKKI1 SNCFF cures all affec
tions of the mucous membrane, of the htad and
hVd Horse Powders cure diseanos Io animals.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth' If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dyseutery aud
diarrhea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, Boftens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wius
Iow'b Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tiie tatite, ami is the prescrip
tion ot one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United State?
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2,5 cents a bottle.
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crrc you, fhek
ok chakoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inma.n, Station D.. New York
Grape Culture and Port Wine.
Mr. A. Speer,of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in the East, com
menced, but a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines" from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols large vineyards of the Oporto urnpe,
from which his famous Port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say rivals the world for beneficial
effects on weakly snd aged persons, and
the consumptive. For sale by Paul 0.
KucKieu's Arnica Salve
The BeBt Salve in the world for Cuts.
.iivuiDi mve :u mo worm lot
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum,
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chill
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is Guaranteed to mve ner.
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Barclay
Woiik Given Out. On receint of vonr
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co.. luri and in?
Fulton Street, New York.
Allen's Brain Food botancial extort
strengthens tho Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all weakni ;S8 of Gen.
crative System ; it never fails. 1 pk".:0
tor .).-At druggists, or Allen's Pharmacy.
315 First Ave. N. Y.
To Tho West.
There tire a number ol routes leailimr t,
the above-mentioned section, but tho ,iir,.,.
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 Citv. f .PHVen.
. . ,. . . . ---' '
""Mm, aicmson, St. Joseph aud Omaha.
Pullman Palace Hlenniiur r. r.i,., ........
- V"tS v,,,o vi mi; vui
firest make aro attached to .11 ,aiu
At Kansas City Uuion Depot, passengers
. ivuunnn. voiorann. iiur Vuv . f..
ifT'iia i'noect with exuren ,.c..u
At Atchison, connection la mHlip with
express trams for Kansas and Nni,P.Ua
At Omaha, connection is
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parties enronto to (he
West and Northwest, not onlv f.nt
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will bo mailod free.
0. B. KiRNAJt, p. Chandler,
Ass t Oen'I Ptan. Agent. Genl Ptss Agent. .
u, .lk t ,3y gVi'n Umt on Wednesday tho
8lnt day or October next, between tliu hours of in
o clock In the forenoon ar.d 5 o'clock In the after
?",' "f, '""dilat. at thu lata lesldenco of peter
Mioltenberu. alius p, tr siolman, ilerua-ed, In the
city of Cairo, count v of Ali-viimi,.r ,wi ., n,i
i.U. the personal propirty i f said decedent, r, n.
r,. U a Vl,',?"""' 4 uiL. t crt, l.ou.es and
hit tool. T i, i . ", 1 t'r '""'"no. "I'ov 1
lot tools, 1 lot shlne-'.s hi il lumber, I plow, 1 har
'iW.'i i ,'!'""" 'I'" f'-nciliK wire, I lot burner,
. .'.... -ami, i ior irunm, i pump and Min n.
sioye, 1 clmlr. 1 ot if'ass. I mini uh....i
icnre sun rails, Implements, and oth
will liu so d at i n 1.1 ,. mm I..
a KI.Ms OF .S U.Kl-Purchanes of lens than rive
dollars to beid In hand ; I r that amount and
over, on a credit of, l months, the purchaser l-Iv
Inn no o, win, approy-il security.
. j.."',',1'11 NWOBtJUA. Administrator.
V"i !,u?l!" ' ", : N'T'i'mo'-r asm. ih.i,
t.ltKKN (HI. 11 Kit I, Attorneys.
JJ1IANCEUY NOT1CK. "
Statoof Illlnola, I In the Alexander County
., . . , Vss-t.lrcult Court. Febtimry
Alexander County. ( Term A. I). 1HM4.
In t'huncery SUtlntf.
r-Uiu Campbell, complaluaut,
IbiKhy Campbell, defendant.
'"Il in Chancery for Divorce.
The above named defendant In hereby notified
'nt said cotnp'aiiiaiit, n the Huh day of July,
ISM, filed In said court a cortmn bill in chancery
f.ir divorce ai-alnst you, and that alias siiinrnniiH
innueri theron reiurnahle on the first day or
the next term of nald court, to bo hidden at the
court house In Cairo, on the second Monday of
Cairo, III., Sept. 27th, A . I). tSH.1.
, . . , , ALK.X. II IltVIN, Clerk.
Molkey Leek, Coinp'alnant's Solicitors
MI'l llAL AID SOClfcTY.
JU'HEKAl EUREKA! I
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
AXCE CUM PAN IKS.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
.Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv I kli, 1877, luder the Lawn o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Juh
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
W. II. MA HE AN i
J S. PETKIE
EI). II. WHITE
. Medical Advisera
KXEIJ V I I VK COM M1TTW I
Wm F. PITCHF.lt, L. S. THOMAS,
W. C. JOCELYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. KKDBL'K.N .
1IOAK1I OP' MAJJAOKHS:
J. A. doldstine, of fioldstlne Jt HnnenwHier. win
sale aud ret ill dry ifood. etc. ; Jan. S. .Meiiahev,
lumbwr flealer; 'a. F. Pitcher, Keii'-ral a ire n't ;
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour and rain; I. s.
Thomas, bricklayer; loe Phillips, contra ior
h:.A builder; II. A Churnbley, erocer: Tims.
Lewis, secretary aud attornev-at-law; A'. II
Mureau, INiUEpathiC t'hysiciiih ; II Sa der, of
hin der Son. trori rs; K, 'U . IlHlrd. slree super
visor; Kd II. White, ass't sec. W, 4 0. M . A. Sn
ciely; J. W. Spier, lumber and suw-iiiill; I-. L.
ieriilcon. barber; F-. H Dietrich, clerk '., St I.,
it P. K. It.; M. Knbier. merchant tailor; JetT M.
( lark, dealer in wall-paper and window shades; J.
E. Knu'llsh. contractor and builder; WiUT. lied
hurn, of More Jt lieilburu, ciar inanuractnrers ;
F. Vincent, dealer In Mmo a id cement; 1, A.
Phe.pr, photoirrHpher; W.C. Jnrelvn, dentist, s
II , Taber. mfK. jeeler;.I. H. Kobinsiin. .1. P. and
notary public; J. K. Petrif, physlciair, II. W.
Iiostwick. liinuruacc anent; E. fc. Jarhoe. foreman
St tins mains, and E E. Walbrnlne, lumber aim
saw-mill, of Cairo; 11. Leluhton. casbUr Nit.
Hank. Stuart, Iowa; llev. Y. A . Wtllterwon. Prvor
burn, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, physician. Fulton, Kv
AND LACK VITA I
v.' I , ,lv. Tiic SIiIpIiS
iikI nut nile i I :,,, iro (tul.
.e.l .M,u h. u-
eil Ilialn, Weiik Lack, Kid
ney, l.ivsr, and Soimacb
ciinipriinl. and nreailat
ed ti Lino K Sfcx. 'Jhona
veiy laiem. Im-
fruni bulls ao.1 all
4 (.tiler, ns thsy
J poiltlVK'T en
I rait, continuous
JrnrrBnts n il limit
acids, ciiu-inif do
A 1HP (II IU
lean In t
I work ns
I rent ul
ui i u ain-"
hi.Im to wearer.
em Hatt. ui nil
is ni iieoeiit. t iii .su ior situ On L x at onr roach
the seal ot dini'ie-e, m t liey net direct unnu o--vruiB,
Muscular, and lienerntir. IVniers speedily reslorlnii
tha vltnlity-whtcU i Kieetrleiiy drainetl from Ihesys
tm by ics or IndlM reiliins, lin y tlm In a mituriil
way ornrcomR the weakn-s wirhnut dnniidnu tha mom
ach. They will rum every case shoit ot sl'iiclnral d
Uensriitliin, and we nrB pr,i,ied to furnish tba most
emphatic and i-ilut inil to supimrt our claims,
lllnitraieil I'ampQlet Free r snt sealed (oroopoatam
C:mulutl:n I AMfc.MCAN C-LVANIO CO.'
rriei Isritoi i 3 1 2 N. 6th Sv.. St. Louls.lW
How Many Miles Io You Drive?
ODO M T II R
This Instrument ts no larger than n watch. It
telin thu exact number of miles driven to tho
1 I1 ait n part of a mile; counts up to 1,im) miles;
water and dnst tluht; always in order; saves
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SI Pleach, one third I lie price of any other lldoir
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Sent by mail on recelpl of price, post pa d.
Address MCDONNELL ODO.MK I Kit CO.,
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Miotnutle KliiaMa Truss. (Iramlnst Invention nl ili
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lUad what. Dr. Jos. Hlmms, of New Yoik, Ilia re
nnwnsd l'lirlonunilt, wrlt Aim IHK.1, " I ho areat
and onmpletfte rwyour Mannntle Truss iitlm-Ual on mo
Isyoarsaim ts wrraansnt, for which I shall evei re
main uratufiil." ,1. Himms, M. D. Knr narilcul, in
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Ur. J. IL bCHF.NCK ban Just rmblliilied a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
w inch in offered Fit KK, I'oslpaid.tosJlaptilieant
It coiitaiiiaroruaAir iii.a-nvirioii foraU whnHiiiino
tlicmseJvew altlicUvl wlth.or liulile to any duoiseoi
Die Uip a or huum. MouUnn Uoui paiwr. Addrem
Dr. 1. II. HCIIF..NTK HON. I'tilladelnhlm Is
.SUUt V yiM uuh iJnjtuh or UmniM Xlvisk.)
C17 St. Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rirular rji-adimts of tw medical
Clilleires U;iS lieeli lolit'er elltfaveil III (. treat-
nieiit of ( lirouic. Nervous, t-lim ami
JUiin.l DNe ikes Hi ',ii any oilier jiiv, .in In
St. I.ouls. ns oily np. rs -ksiv hii.I all old resi.
il.nls know. Cunsuitailon t oilieeor kr mall
tree ninl Invited. A I'rlendlv Inik or Ills oi.lnb.n
rotiiothiiir. lieu lliiriiiienleiit lovlilt
the city ...r treat went, medicine, can he sent
by mall or express rvervw here, 'iirni.lt i a-es
iiaiante.il; where doubt i-xints It Isi'rnnklv
Haled. Cull or Write.
W'Tvoun rrostratloa. Dobilitycntal and
Phvsicalyakness, Mercurial and other
affectioniof Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities, nnd Blood roisoninir, Skin AfTne.
tionsCujjio.ni ard TJloers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rlipumati?m, Tiles. Special
attontiorUiieafrom over-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive Bpecial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excossntj
It j self-evident Hint n pbyslelau pavlUK
particular iiIiiiIimii Io a ehe-s ol eunes atliilnii
tceiil -k. ill. and ibvleiin In I'.'mi litr prael leu
al! over the country knnwlni,- till-. I'reiiinlly
rei-oiuuiend cn-ieilo the oldesl i.llice III America
where every known appliance l reorteil Io,
and the prnvnil tromt it iiiiMlien of all
hki iiiiiI countries sis used. A wlii.lehnu.nl'-u-ed
lor niHev purpoHen. nnd nil arelrealed w lih
skill Iu a respecii'iil iiianuer; ami, kimwltii;
what to do. no experiments are iintdv. Onac.
count of Hie treat number applvlui;. Mm
cbamei are kept low. often lower loan Is
ileiiialnliil by oilier- II Voll secure the skl'l
and net aspeeily and pei feel lil., cure, thill li
the I in . riant matter. I'4iuphli t, 'i pa(Ck,
sent lo any addrein free.
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reiils In po-laue or currency over 1111 v woie
rful pen picture.
true lo lie Hl'lliieson the
follow I ni; KUbleeb.
Who mav marrv, who not:
VvhyV I 'roper a to to man v. Who niariy II rst.
1aiihool. Woiiianliood. l'hvslcal rleeav. Who
should inai i V . Ilow Hie and hnppluesH limy bo
Jncre'lMol. TIiomi liniiTleil or n 1 vlll I'l :i 1 1 li IJ
tonrivliiL' l Id read It. It oncbt to be read
ov all adiill pei'Mins, lin n kept under lock and
key, Popular edition. Mime - above, but paper
rov er and nu paieus. Hi ccuta ly uiall, In Uiouujr
WF. will .nv th. almr rrw.M frn cn.ff l.lv.rCsmiililnt
I'l'iT'l". Hick lii xliuli., liellK.illn,i'iaiiliiitl'Si i C,ii..n.,
w. iniiiml riir. ilh Wnl'. t!rni,l. l.lr I'llli, wlirn th .lire.--tl
.iilr,i ilrl, lly cmpll-d wltli. 'I luy n mr.ly v,.nl.l., tint
nrmMI In silt UllllKIM. Ini CM, l.pcm bom, nn
uiiiinii :m , !is;s fnii, Kor ni. l,v til Jrurrl.n. Il, i. uf
Ci'Ulil.rl.u, ai.l liuluilnni. Tli( SMi'ili,. n .iii.l.rlun-a 'il ,r
JliMN C. WKST A tu, . A ..l M,.. M., Cbl,,
rr lod ikk4M Mai ly ui.ll r,ill mi r.iriur 1 3 ualiUuuib
Health is Wealth !
K. ('. Wkst'h NkIith and IIuaim Tnrtr.
Rir.N l, a giiririiuliHMl .."eiln fur Hysteria, lliwi.
rums, CoiiviiImuiiis, Vila, Nervniisj Niuirulgia,
Ileinliiehii, NervoiiH Prosirntion emisml liy tlu usa
of iilcoli.il nr liituieeii. Wakefulness, Moutul Do.
proMsion, S if leiiing of tho Drain result mn in in
yiinily niul leniln.g tu miwuy, tlwny ami death,
I'riMiiutiirii Old Ago, Hum miess, lws of power
in cither sox, liivuhniliiry Isiaaxs ami Hliorinnt
nrrlina enuseil by over-exertion of Die liriuii, self,
liliiisoor nvor-iiiilulgoiHiH. I'flch Ihix entitaitm
(inn month's trout moot, fl.Uia liox.ursix boxes
lorjWIi.rMintliyinail prepHidon receipt of pneo.
Wsi 1' Alt A XTF. I! HI V 1IOX I'.M
To rum any raso. With muih onlnr reoolvrxl bym
for six Imixoh, ncoompanindl with Ms n will
soiul tho pun linBor on r written iruaraiiti tu r
fund tho money if tho trootniHiitduwnotoffeol
euro, Uuumntuea isstimi only by
IIA.URY W. SOHUir.
DrugjtUt, Cor. ComxMrslal art. A IRth ..Calra
uu uuuiii, f)uraAKi& JUfime Hack. lmn Tai a i
Sore Throat, Paiilr,ii Ttho llibr lu aprtlise'iu
and s e.iually effluacloiM for all tains in tlm Stomach ud Bowel.
re.iilrlriK a powerful diffusive stimulant. (Seo Mern-ir, ai,.ow la
A powerliil liieiiiiriiu.oL "
iwserl mostly of Fnnentlftl OH,
rim most ponetratlnir Llnlmeni
T7 -"'" ';Oiiinrii main
'WSZS ? IV5,V?!!'
cts per bottle
NEW A PVUKTISK M BNTS.
f Keeping the oua
. srtJ -OV -
t rdcron trial, address for circular and location of
Western and Nmmiern Riorelinines ami Auenin
P. K. DEDERICK A CO., Albany, N. Y.
i vvnv,r.n. rvo piilnlcitv:
residenia of any
ciaio. Desertion. Sot Suniiwri
applications for stamp
W. II. LEE, Att'v. -itl
oroauway, el. v .
nu every townlnthelinloa
w mill wie
A 1 Jk. U m - 1
1 UT HAVANA Ml.LKK.
oiio-ra no ep one iroftm
t . .suiiipiu io,. oi 4, ueliv.
' terms, eie, SCil.NCLI.
WkAll l.ll, .11 I....
SmokersI Soin 1 us your a jiLveaa.
Has been mnro destructive to hnman lieulth and
lile than war. pesti;encu and famine combined."
SosaWl a ilistliifiMied writer many years ago,
and t is as true lu-day as tU-n. 1 bo pour victim
or Hlood Disease Is drnjvjed with Mercury to cure
tins ma .adv. and ili-n dosed with Iodides to cure
him ol the Mercurial Polsonlrr; but. instead of any
relief, the llrst breaks down hU teneral hea'th and
make, hi in a cripple, and the other ruins his di
gestive organs. To those afflicted In thin way
swift n SpeciUc is the neatest t,0on on ihrih. and
worh more than Its weight In gold. It antidotes
thin Meicurlal Pulsou, tones up the svnt "m, and
brings the sufferer back to nealtli aud h ippinesn.
Kvery person who has vv. r been salivated should
by ail m ant take s thorough course ol'thls remedy,
JUfFBf ONVII.I.l.TwiiiOS C., flA.
l ive years ago I found mi my plantution a co
orid man who was badly diseased U slated
that live v curs before ho had coi.triictcd a violent
care of Blond Poison, and hud neen treated by
nntny physicians, all failing to cure Mm. 1 treat
ed him with Swift's r-peciilc, and in a short tuna
he was sound and well, aud has not had a s' inn.
loin of tho d.seane since. D. M. HUGHES
tlno gent eman who bad l oen conllneit to his
bed nix weeks wlih .Mercurial Kheuinatlsro has
been cured entirely, and sneaks in Hie highest
praise of 8. M. S. ClIiLKS it nitllhY.
will be paid to any Chcmwt who will find, on
acalynis of Km bottles til' S. S. S , one particle of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mlneriil sub
stance. TUKSiUKrsi'KCIKIU CO.
Drawer .1, Atlanta, C-a.
irWrlle for the little Hook, which will bo
Price: Small si.!
size (holding double
DiuggMs sell it.
, $ is) per buttle. Large)
quantity) bottle. All
l' s no cquA- -zni
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
190 tfrNQ kHAAVi,
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