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CAIRO HULLKTIN: FRIDAY MORNI.Vtl, OCTOIIER
THE GREAT GERMAN
Itellevi-a mid cures
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TIF H CINTS A BOTTLE.
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The Charles A. Vogeter Co.
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TO PRESERVE THH HEALTH
t'su the Magm-lnn Appliance C'o.'s
Magnetic Lunjj J'rotoctor !
PJILOK ONLY 85.
They ru priclcs. to i.adim. iikntlkmhn and
CHIUHIIN With WKAK l.l'N'ilt; UUCaSU flf I'NKI'MIINA
OH 'U K l" i- ever k II 'Wll Where these
garments htm .n n. Tuny tim ir.-v.-ut and cure
IIIART Ilirrieci.Tlr:, (.'Ol.lia. KIlri'M .T'hM. Kltl llAI.
UIA, TIIHuaT Tltol III.KS, IjH-IITIIKIIIA, I A 1 A HUM . A N I)
Al l. KIM.liKU IHnKAnK. Will WK.lt any service
fur ti iik K Y k a ii. Arc wim ovi-r t Ia - uii i.r cloth
ing. ('AT AIMMf "l n.-1-.il...H to (l.-m-r.be the
IAX 1 ..1111111, ayiuptoLKor liiis nauseous 1 it
eae tt.nt in p 1 fi the I U uml strength ol only
ton Many of lie- Inln-st arid Ii -s t nf hold n xes
Labor, utml y hmI r.-sor. ii in America, K n r' ami
Kn-to-n lands, h-tve resulted In (lie Magnetic Lung
I'rotecior. affording cure f-.r Catarrh, a r.ruedy
which contain No n,u:.'tiS't ok nix vTii. anil
Willi the roiitliiii.iu sip-nni of Manet mm per
ineal Wig through the aillicted organs, m st hk
KToll Til CM Til A HEaI.TIIV n.TIO.V H' PLACE cm
run-is for t!m Appliance at lima tliau one-iweuileth
of the price askd iy others for remedies upon
whirh you like all the chawe. ami wa ehI'Ecul
I.y i.svite the patronage, ol the manv rmtnosi who
have tried dkihi.ino th kir sT'immiis wioioit tr-
iiowro obtain,;?;: xxx
gtl aud ak fur thi in. If (hey have not not them,
write t i the proprietor. etic'ostiu the pr.ee in let
ter, at our rifk and they shall he a nt to you at
once hy mull, postpaid.
Send sta'np fur t'i 'Ski Departure In
cal Tr-it i.eut without Mmn.isa." wl.h
Sands of tcstlm ima'i.
I H E MAUNLTON AI'.'LI AM K C'J
iiS M I'e Mr-el. i 'ihc i.-i,
oti! one dollar !n po-tag'- taiiipa or
curr tuyt'ii letter at otir rinKi :t h l.e of hoe
U'liaLy worn, at d try a pair of n'tr Magnetic Ig.
fole, iu 1 he c iniui:rd of the power remd'ng In
our agnetii VpplUneea I'oi'iToy no cold leet
bere 1'iey are wjrn, or m u y teliiiilei. PK.i-ly
T11E ItEST TIIISG KXOHX
In Hard or Soft, Hot or t old Watfr.
HVF I.AIIOIt, TIMK ami SOAP AH
IXil.Y, Kil l k'ive unln rl tlU tloli. No
Itimily, neti or inair, ahou.d I wntmut tt.
hold bv all (irocert UKW IKK of imitation!
w"ll ilfaik'tifl v mihlead. I'h I ftl.INK ia ttie
HM.V N.iKK lalior aaviug c.'iot'iiti'l, auj oi
WmaLiorf Uie alroto iuIjI, uii.l uaiuu ol
J.IUJ;.i PVI.K, NEW YUKK.
A SPECIFIC FOR
CONVULSIOHS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHOnuLISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE.
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
For testimonial! and circular! wnd tnmp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co. , Props.,
St. Tcpli, 2e. (11)
COTCSJiondBVCC fn-' .-iiwerert hy J'hyllclttH
" " Hold by nil DrUMglali.
A New and Compiolu Hotel, fronting on l.evui
Hucoixt and Knllroail Htrceta,
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25 'i J AVvSi
Tin) I'SMt'tienr Depot nf tho I'liltni-o, HI. Loiil
and .nw Urlrana: llllnola Central; Waharh, Hi,
I.otiln and rrlfl; lion Mountain and Honihtirn;
Mohllennd Ohio; Calm and Ht. l.ouia kauwavi
are all Juki rro llm flreiitj while tbn Hteanilmat
Landing la lint onn aanare distant.
This llotol la heated by "team, ha ntnam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Kluctrlc t.'all Hull,
Antomatto r"lro-Alarm, Hatha, abaolntoly pnro air,
perloi t aewerage and uimpletu Hppolntmenta.
Hanerh furuinhlnKai ptrfoel nervlco; and an tin
Li. 1J. VA UH Kit Ax f !()., laiKHM
The Daily Bulletin.
Uu the Bt-iitrv L'm.
During tin! nilit uliich fnllovii thf
floi..'Ciii'lit fulfill lit llm liri'l;fi til
Truklint, llic coiiiiiiiiiiilni"; ulliri-i' of llnv
KiMsiati t'lioiiii'i'i's -1 1 1 1 . 1 3' . 1 mi ihit.
KlTVicit )llai('i mi foot allMiy; till' Frciioli
ami 'J'uikir,li lino.s willi all tint
w hich had linen drawn 1 y his Milmllcnis,
eJiiiiarin t 1imii, us ln nuc cilml, with
Hit! uppi'iiranci! (if lint io.-,iL oiis. lli
truti!il that llm faint .st.ir-liylit, which
Kiillicml for his iurioc, wouM not he
lirijfhi cnonli to cnahlt thu inlvanco
Kcnlriivs lo i'(s him. Wlion he luacliud
tlio .Surilinitin lino-;, I (iwovtir, he was
sffti hy llm cclirml olliccr (if Kiirish
ilraooons, who was sitiinhn t-cntrv in
froni of an outlying iicki i. He ijil riot
chall'ii:.'o, hut, niter laving down liis
nlle, he advanceil ..lowly ami .stealthily
with only his soid-lj:iynie in his Innnj.
On eninin r.;ir (0 ,i:ill inouinl on
which the Kiismmh culniiel kIoimI exam
ininr his j.laus, ho crent on his hand
and laiees, then Maite I no am! ran at
him, placing his I ayonet' suddenly on
the ollieer's hreii.t, ami calling upon
him, in such French as he was muster
of, to surrender. The Ku.siaii tried lo
draw h s sword, hut was prevented hy
the Insi.imui. refused, however, to
surrender, hut Mv.i-d his adversary
round the wai-t, vainly trying lo throw
him on i he ground. They wi re hoth
sironr ami a. i.vit met), and, neither ol
them heiii in tin: least wanting in coiir
ao, n lii ici; stni-lu (nsned.
'Hie II was heilllMI to hre.'lk,
hut they wiTij not near enough lo at
tract the nniiei- of the Sardinian criuird,
who slept in full reliance on their sen
try. Many hard hlows were dealt on
hoth sides, hut still Iho KussiaD kept
hold of the liayoijet wiih his left hand,
and did not siicciiinh. At lasttho Irish
man wrenched the hayonet from th
Ilussian's iirasp, and llun it away,
contriving at the same time to gul his
adversary's head under his left arm.
when he pumineled it so lustily with hi.i
rieht fist that the punishment soon be
came too severe for the idlicer's further
endurance. He surrendered, and gave
his word of honor not to attempt to es
cape, while he handed his sword to his
conqueror. They walked to theoutpost,
the Irishman talking all iho lime in his
broken French and lauliin very heart
ily as he spoke of their morning's ad
venture, which he treated as an excel
lent joke. The otlicer in command ol
the outlying picket sent the KiKsiao
colonel under a strong escort to Gener
al Durando, with the Irishman to tell
his own story.
The dans were found to he most ac
curate and complete, and the service
rendered in intercepting them was o
much thought of that (ieneral do la
Marmora pit an ollieer's commission
for the voting Irishman, and took him
on his stall' as an aide-de-camp. An
attempt was made lo treat the Kussian
engineer as a spy, hut his captor came
forward and saved his life by declaring
that he had never entered the .Sardinian
lines, and that he had been attacked
and made prisoner at a distance of more
than L'OO yards from them. His evi
dence was accepted as conclusive, and
the (,'ulonrl was accordingly sent to
( 'ont,mtinop!e as a prisoner of war.
He bore no i,l-ill for his captor, which
he attributed oleiy to the Irishman's su
perior knowledge of the ltritiiii science
i if box n', and lie spoke in the highest
t'Tius of his opponent's chivalrous con
duct in throw n;; away his sword-baM)-ifVt
when he milit have stabbed him to
t:ie heart with it. so helpless was he
witii his head in so awkward a predica
ment, lie also praised the Irishman
for rch in;; on his parole instead of bind
ing his arms itiominiotislv, and for
reventin his he:i);j shot as a spy.
'J':m c Lar.
An iii F1' .. ii cj Fn' Gil 'd.
In tie-N-w l'.n ji uid .),( ;-iziw for
September. 1" U. a uiaaz ne cihled
by J. I. au l K. I!ticKnieiam. was
printed a, i article reviewing a bonk en
titled "A Tour to l'i t . r du ( 'iiien, etc.,"
by Cabdi Atvtater. Mr. At water's vis
ion of an iiiteroeeanic r.iil.vay was thus
pi'eeited in his book:
"Ahm; the ii.iiioii il pet 1 1, when com
pleted from Vtioeiiti' to .Jeil'ersoti City,
in Missouri, a railroad mi:rht be made,
and from thence up the l'iatt all the
way to the l'ac lie, without a hili in llm
way worth naming. 1 know from per
sonal observat ion, that not a single hill
or valley prevents the construction of a
rai.road from W'hetdin to St Louis; and
that I doubt not, is the worst part of
the roiiic. When locomotive engineers
are brought to the perfection experience
and ingenuity wdl soon briny; them,
t;oo(aiid p!isM'iij;ors could pass be
tween the two seas in ten days. That
this will he the route lo China within
fifty oars from this time .scarcely ad
mits of a doubt. From (.oil to sea a
dense population would dwell nloiij; the
whole route, enliven thu prospect with
their industry, and animate the scene."
This was more than the interviewer,
"a jreiitieinan who has resided several
years in the western country," could
Hland, and he demolished Mr. Atwatcr's
railroad with the following words:
"Ay, when railroads shall have been
constructed over a thousand utiles of
land almost as barren and arid as tho
desert of Sahara, this may he tho chan
nel of communication between New
York and China. Fray, will tho pas
senders iu Mr. Atwater's locomotive
Murine, carry their food with thum, or
will they stop to hunt tho bull'aloP Will
the Indians havo been exterminated, or
will the steam cars run over themP Will
forests have fjrow n up on tho road to
supply his boilers with fuel?
That such a communication may
tako plncn between the Atlantic states
and tho Fast Indians some day wo will
not dispute, for nothing is impossiblv
with (iod; but thnt it will exist any time
within tho next two centuries wo bop;
leave to doubt. 'The obstacles which
exist at present aro as follows: Tho In
dian title is lo bo cxlinerulslimt over a
routo of about fifteen hundred miles; a
railroad must bo laid ovor-two third of
that distanco; wood must grow along
tho road, and reservoirs must ho con
structed to supply tho engines with
water. This seems to bo a wilder
schemo than even that of Orogon emi
gration." Tho creosote in toothacho drops ad
ministered to a Now York boy cured
the pain, but killod the boy.
ill VEIL NEWS.
W. P. Lamhiiim, mor editor ol i'iis lltit.i.STis
anil ateamboat paaaiitignr agent, Ordon for all
klmlaof ateamboat Joli printing aollclled. Olllcu
al Hower'i European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee,
The U. I'. Hchenck from Cincinnati left
at 2 p. in. tor New Orleans. Shu had a good
trip. Tito Cons. Millar from Cincinnati
arrived hero at noon yesterduy. Hho bad
about 500 tons of freight and aided 150
tons more hero. She left fur Memphis t 7
p. m. Th., Hudson from St. Louis will re
port here early this umruing for Shawnee
town. Tho City of St. Louis is due this
morning for New Orleans. Tho Common
wealth for Vicksburg is duo to-night from
St. Louis The river is still rising with 0
feet 6 inches on tho gauge hero at 0 p. u.
yesterday. A very heavy rain set iu about
12 o'clock Wednesday night and continued
until about 10 o'clock yesterday morning,
if tho rain proves general it will help thu
liver considerable. The Ste. Genevieve
leaves St, Louis this evening for Memphis.
Another Sinner Saved.
New York. The Morning Journal sys:
A well known merchant of New Orleans,
one of the most profane men in Louisiana,
was reformed last fall, when cured of rheu
matism by St. Jacobs Oil. He snys, with
the Oil a ma'i get along without swearing.
Arming tin Etvmy.
The St. Louis li'iiilhirnn says that
Captain (ieriree M. Jackson, speaking
of the General John Morgan reunion,
said to a llrpublioin reporter that he
couldn't help but think how ho, a Un
ion captain, unwittingly helped to arm
two companies of Morgan's regiment
during the war. It happened in this
way: "I," said the captain, "volun
teered in the Fourth Kentucky Union
Regiment, of which Fry, who killed
Zollicoffcr, was the colonel. I muster
ed in al 'Camp Dick Kobinson,' and
was elected captain. 1 felt pretty laive,
wore the captain's straps on my should
ers and a tall hat with a feather as
large as life, being then but twenty
years old. I asked and obtained a fur
lough to visit Cincinnati. There I met
two old friends named Cole and Kelly
the former now living at Tipton, Mo.
One of the hoys asked me if 1 couldn't
get them a permit to purchase a pistol
and ammunition in the city, as they
were not known in the city and desired
me to certify that they were all right.
I said there would be no trouble about
it. I took them to the headquarters of
General l'.uniside, who was then in
command, and the official who had tin
granting of permits. Seeing thai 1 was
sound, having a Union eapta.n's should
er straps on, and after showing them
my furlough, he said, 'I will give your
friends permits to purchase a. I the pis
tols they need," wnicli was done. I
parted with Cole and Kelly, but on
iT'.sMng the river, 1 foil n I they were
tarrying their carpet-sacks heavily
loaded down. I asked li.eni what they
bad in there, that was so heavy, nti.i
they laughingl) prevaricated, and 1 did
not care to be too impiisiiive. I subse
quently learned that, with their permits,
obtained as 1 have just stated, they
made several trip, lo Cincinnati and
procure. I -'oiJ pistols, together with tie!
nece.ssarv caps and ammunition, with
which thev armed tuo full companies
of John Morgan's brigade, of which
tnev were member. 1 kept the matter
to mycif. and liurn-idc was never the
wiser for it."
None Hut .Viit Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
SiicitLKY & Co., Ch:i' igo, are miking a
specialty ol hue goods, and if you nee.
anything lnwaiciies, in mist nud Water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Hulled Gobi Jewelry,
send lo Sliurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen nice. The) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Kxpress Co., F. W. Palmer, post
master of Chicago, Gcn'l A. C. Smith, K.x
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing Ht
home. Remember, Sliurley it Co., 77 Slate
Street, Chicago, 111. Semi KOKTIIEIR new
AND IIEXLTIFL'I.LY ILLUSTKATKD CATALoflt'K,
The Fat Roy in Pickwick
probahly has good teeth, seeing that he so
speedily demolished the most substantial
provender on the shortest notice. Nothing
excepting a good appetite so conduces to
the pleasures of eating, as a ood set of
grinders. To possess theui, use 80ZO
DONT, tho great dental invigorator and
beautifying agents. Yellow, tartar cover
ed teeth grow peatly white and tho gums
acqttiro ruddiness and form a pleasing con
trast to the snowy hue of tho teeth when it
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn f3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Roys or Girls can do
it. H.C.Wilkinson & Co,, 10.1 and 107
Fulton Street, Now York.
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fit est make aro attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia rnppcct with exprcBi trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is in ado with tho
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroule to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast 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 thii
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. D. Kihnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gon'l Pass, Agent. GeuT Pass Agent.
The children of Israel were once fed by
manna, sent from Heaven. This was an un
doubted case of "God-send." Tho amelior
ation of human ills and ailments has been
often undertaken, and as often faded. Kly's
Cream balm, however, "iois been weighed
iu the balance and not found wanting." It
ih a hovereign, speedy, ceitain and plcusnit
euro for Cularrh and Cold iu ll.e Mead.
ThoiHands of people have attested lids fact.
Kly's Cream li ilni is a G i l-si:iid," wrote
Mrs. M. A. Jackson, of ports nth, N. H.,
on May 2J.1, 1882, t ,, c,llHnh for time
years; had tried m arly all remedies, but to
no purpose. Two or three times a week
my nose would Meed quite freely, and I
thought the R.oies in it would never heal.
Your JWm has cured inc." This preparation
is not a liquid or a snulf, and is easily ap
plied. Can you, reader, afford to cxpi ri
mont with injurious kiiuIIs and injections
when a pleasant and certain ruie is at hand!
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any diseasu of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Hitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life ; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitteis. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
Allen's Brain Food hotancial extract
strengthens the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all weakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails. $1 pkg.jO
for f). At druggists, or Allen's Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N. Y.
A II 3P
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
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V I. rtrirnn.lMiiir
.in .if tmnt'iil. Ti.w.M for MliW ONLY in oneo rach
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Si ii-.miIht, rtnet ti.'ttMr..na IVuiHrn. at'follly fHaOirlrui
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lra I.y . nr Indlhi rHtlim.. th..y thna In a natural
) ovri'.im II h nkti..n ulilM.it driiiinR tha atom
noli. They will iirH .,ry r.. tn,t i l atrnctnral da
HHO.r.itl..n, and am .n..i.ti. to furnlnh tha mnt
rmiilniile and i-olut pr.ioi in mipi.ert o.ir clMlm
lllmtratwl l'.iiii.oi.it 'i-p(,(,ra.nt m-.il'd forftotioatak-a
c:uu.uu:b 1 AMt. ICAN CLVANIO CO,
fHli W'lisa 1
3 1 ii N. eth 8 ... St. LoulB.M"
Wil will pv ihr Al. ir. r,wii r nr. nil .'f l.lvrt C"m.ljliil'
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tr. 1111 1'A'kaav ..ia I.y mail r.i,r,-.t ,.it r..4.t,.ra a i.utiuip,
lieailli is Wealth !
ha K. ( :, Wkst'h Nk.iivr ami Hit mm Tmxr.
Mr.Nr, a uuiini'itoiil stwilie fr llyatorin, Jti.i.
mta, ('onviilnioiiM, l'lts. NervmiM Neiinilitin,
IIiHulnnlin, Nervotm Prostration entiKed liy tln use
Dfaleoli.il or tolmtuto, WnkeftilnosM, Menial Da
l.rosaion, Koflniiinu or the Hiain n'stillitJU in in
finity uml lenilioK to misery, decay and ih'iilh,
rroniatitru '.lilA,o, llniii'iine.s. I.osb of iower
In either sex, InvoliiutHi-y IsiHsea ntid hiiormiil
orrhrra catiiaid hy ov.ir-oxerlion nf the bruin, self,
aliimo or iiver-imhiltfimee. Kaeh hex rotilniiiH
onomonlli'a Ireutmenl, f Lilxi liox.orstx boxes
for $5.011, sent by mail prei' iulon reeeipt of iirieo.
Ws4 I.I AK.WTI.i: HIX HOXI'N
To euro any caeo. Willi enoh order nvtiilvtsl bytts
for six lioxes, aeooliilMUliisl Willi ."..IH ' will
send tho iiiireiiiiser our wrilton Kiiiitiuitis to
fund tho nnniey if thn treatment, does not ellecf
a euro, (jiiuriiiiUes isHiiislotilyby
IIAIillY W. SOIIXJII,
Drtigglat, Cor. Cuinmurclal avo. A Htli i .. Cairo
Slalo A f'.onroo Sl., Chicago.
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aiin jointa, iiraieu, JineBtick, Cramp,. Tooth-Ache,
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and s equally cflleaeious for all pains in thn Stomach and Bowela
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NOl told by dia ra. Sent for I'laminaiion be
fore payment on nvldenceof good faith.
JOHN H. ALDES, Publisher.
I'. (. flux U!i7. 18 Vcary St., N. V.
Mason ftllamiin Organs.
New illustrated catalogue, (10 pp.
tto) for season of lf!3:i-l, including
many new style; the bent assortment of
the best and most attraetive organs we
have evr offered, and at lowest prices,
822 to $000, for citsh, easy payments or
rented. Sent free.
Honton. LMTn-montst; Nitw York, Id EaetHth at;
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PIANOS and ORGANS
Are the finest in TONE,
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GEO. WOODS' COMPANY,
f,i 8 Washington Street, Boston, Mima,
617 St. Charles Street,, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A riilar f i mil ont m nf two iiiimIIchI
Coll.'m -, L as ln'fti liniiriT ciii;:ii'. d in the lri.it
tii. t.t ..r 'hroiiie, N..rvoii, t-Uin unit
lilo.1,1 )lf,i'.,'i titan iniv oth. r t.hml. l.iii In
St. l.unK 11.4 cilv 1 no. rs kUU' uii. I all old r.--.
deals keow. i otniiitiitliin ..t nllii e or kf mail,
IrcHiiihl On Itf il. A irl. n.llv taiknr Ii in iiliili,n
rusts ii.itlilnt', WI11 11 It Is tie'. uivciil. 'lit to visit
the i lly .r tri'iitiuciit, in. .11. in, s pan j s.-m
I.y niiill or xpr. ss even when'. "11 rti'i.fl- chh-
iMini iiiitecl : wii.Tc .li.iilit exists It frankly
bt.llr.l. Cull or Write.
K'tvous Prostratloa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
aircctions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Dicers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive epaci al attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses.
InduIgedMg or Exposure.
It Is . lf-pv.. nt Hint n I'll s -f .-Lin piivlnir
;iartlrniar att. iiti.,11 tn ni l.es .u rn-. s alinlns
Kr.-at skill, an. I phvpiriaii'. In rryular prart Ice
nil oriT the roiiiitrv k iioh 1 iikt this, I'rn.j iin 1 1 y
r.'.'.iiiinn'iiil i mm'SIi) the oldil t.lll.'i' 111 A 111. 'lira
w Ihtp every known m 1 1 . 1 i.iii. .- ia reported t...
ami the prove.t pnnl i-eiiif.iliHM of all
aces ami roiint rh'S ai lecl. A w heir lions O
iM'il f..r olli.'e .iir..ie, and all are treat. . I iiitti
skill in a res.','triil niaiin.r; nii.l, knowing
wh.it lo do. mi ..itI nn ills hit made. (mar.
niiin: ol the Kii'ii! iinnili. r h . 1 1 I n k . the
rli.iik'es are k.-t't ..'. ufteii ,.0'.,er ihnn Is
ilelll.tiel "I I.y etimrs If Mill M't-urn the i-kl'l
and ir. t a si,e,;y and j i f.-.-i liie nirr, that 1.)
tlie I ii i .. ii 1 .1 ii I niiii.r. I'jiij III. t. j(i (jiip.'s,
plVtes. I CARRIAGE GUIDE. pages.
K.li'iraiil .iotti and tilt t.ln.lliiir Sealed fur 50
(tits In p.i.tiio' nr ninnirv tv. r hftv woti
.i. iliil 1 1 pli'tnr. on.' tn llt'i- ai tii li vnii the
foil. .w Ink' nli)ei-ls. W In. tnav marry, whoniit;
V In V I'l'iU'er n u to In, in . Who marry first,
.tanhood. Wiiiiianli....,l. I'hvlcal de. ny. Who
aiioiil'l iiiat'i'v. II w I itV mi. li.iiiiness nuiy he
jni'ri'iM'.t. 'rtio. tii.irrn.l er eoiitwintilntiliu
tianvliiL' linnl.l rend it. i I oiil ht lo lie rend
ov ail a. lull .i'i.ii.i, Iiien k.'I't oiiiler I.H'k and
key, I'l.l'lll.ir I'd II Intl. Sinn,. iimiI..i e, lillt ..'l'(-r
rover and 2iA) na" HO cinta by uiutl. Iu Uiouujr
How Jfany Miles J)o You Drive?
O DOM ETE 11
Tin a Instrument Is no larger I bun a watch. It
tel. a thu exact number of mllea d'lvcn tu the
1 1'iilin part of a mile; counts up to I.kO milts;
ler and dust tlhl; always in order; saves
horse Irolii being over driven ; I caallv attached
lo the wheel of a Iluggy, t'urilaire, riuiky, Uagnn,
Head Cart, Sulky I'low, lieaper. Mower, or oilier
vehicle. Invalnablu to Llverjmen. Pleasure
lirlvera, I liVhiclsiis. Karuier. Surveyors, Dray-
men, Kxiresiaen, Hlano Owners, Ac, I'rice only
3 0 leach, oue-tblrd the price of any other Odonr
'er. When ordering give diameter of the wheel.
Sent hy mall ou rereipt of price, post paid.
Address MollONN KLL ODOMKTKK CO.,
2 North La Salle St., Chtrago.
Mr-Scud for Circular. tw-tloi.
M1K CITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LKVlili.
CAPITAL, IHS 100.0 00!
A General Ibiiikiiiir Piisiness
TllOrt. W. UAIiMDAY
JJNTEKPIUSE SAVING UANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
TI lOS. W. II AIJ.I UAV ,
Riinluni nn.lll.nl? fnrnrf l, Dr. PI. row's Patent
Mnirnetla Kl is'lc TriiM. Ilramtiwt lieri.nl Inn ( tn
IWti (ssntunr.Oaly isnnln Bis trie
fruiw. In th world.
and th onlr one Hint will
ir. win nmrar
Orwr tit) hwlienl Onrwarffselwd,
ropwrly rt.t-.iln ann ra.tl-
fSi.ll mm ItnpnliL
IHsad what nr. Joi. nimnia, or rew lora, wiw
nown.Hl t'hytloiinnnilat. writes Ans IHK!, "Thrat
and csimpllio"roTour Mnatnftle 1'riisftotd na mm
Sltrwarwaitn I. iwrinansnt, forwUleh 1 shall ssr re
main anturfnl " ' Him ws. M. I). Kr psrtlmlnra
i? N KUtk tU 4 kit. UraH Wo,
-in . "J" '"' V . J'
known. Ho concentrated that a
run! itwui not sou giothlnif
1 saiirerahlo rTont. of K,i 1,
"I"1"'.".! i ei.iu itllon 1:0111-
liosnd mostly of Kssentlnl C)ll
Tlie most pfinetratlnir Llnlnieni
fthtmmn.t.am. Spralna. Brnlss,
cU wr bottle
NSW ADVKUTISKM KNTS.
Tone, Toucli, Worlcmansliip & Durability
WIT.MAir icvami: Ac CO.
No. 44 anil 34 West tlaltlinore Htr.i't, n.iltltiiern,
No. l'i Fifth Avenue, New York.
nlVOHCKS -No publicity; residents of any
State. Dl'Mertion. Von. sin tn,.t A .1 le.. ...
applications for stamp.
W. II. LBK. Alfy, m
01 inn way, r. x .
TO ADVKItTISKKS Lowest rales fur u.lvsrUs
I ttig in 7l L'nod newspapers sent fre.i. Address
(iKO. I'. HOWKI.L& Co.. 10 Siinee St.. N. Y.
Swift's Specific has been the means of bringing
health and happiness to thousands who were
pronounced Incurable of Illood and Skin Dlreasei.
IIEAK THE WITNESSES!
Saved from a Horrible Death.
fnnn to May last I had spent at b'ast five hun
dred dollars for treatment bv mauv of the best
medical men, without any benefit. I suffered ex
cruciatingly, and all mv best, friends advised me
that the ley haud of death was fust nppn ai hing.
I caught at S. S S. like a drowning man at a
straw. After taung two bottles I could feel a
charge for the better. The sores began tn dis
charge freely and the Kucumatlsm to abate. When
I bad taken six bottles every sore had Ii tiled and
my skin beg in to assume a naturii! appe'irance I
persisted until I md tak. n twelve Lottie", lar.'o
s-ze. and THE HE Is Nor A SYMPTOM OF THU
LM-iKASK l.KMAININO, and I fell a- we', I as
ever d d. I ave ginned Iwentv-one pound in
flesh, nnd my friends wonder al my imp oved con
dltlon. I have n commeiidi d It lo many, nnd In
every Instance wiih complete success. I believe
that S. S. S. ha saved me rrom a horrible death .
('. II. SM11.KY, (I'l.u.y, III.
I am sure th at Swift'i Specific saved my life. I
was terribly poisoned with Malaria, and was g ven
Uplodie. Swift's Specific relieved me promptly
and entirely. I think It is the greatest remedy of
the am.. C. (i. SI. Nl'EK.
Sup . Una Works, Home, Ua.
Write foracopyof the little book free.
Jjfl (Ct UKW A III will be paid 'o any C'ln mist
jpi.'-Mi who will Unit, on analysis ol U). bottle!
S S. S , one parllele of mercury, Iodide pota-slimi
or any mineral substance.
THE SW IFT srECIFIC CO .
I Drawer :i, Al Inula, ( ia.
)s no cg1 (.
7 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
a ai -
FOR SALE BY
II. Stkaoala & Co., Cairo, Ir.ii
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'H PATENT
Wholennlo Uoaler in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI,
PACKED FOR BHIPPINO
Onr Loails a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
A I 1 liff fWJ
PENNSYLVANIA' MILITARY ACAO'MY
1IKSTK.K. 8.'tt year opens September 1-Jth.
lltilldlng now. Superior appolntnt.iDl civil Kn
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Clrculaiaof P. W. lUMlay. Isij., W. P. lU.Uda-!
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