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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKNl.W,, NOVEMBER 8, 1883
Though shaken lu ever Join! and liber with fever
and Bgtie, ur bilious r miltent, trio system in tv yet
be freed from the muliguaut virus with Hostntter's
htoum h Uittc-rs. Prolec thi systo-n against it
with tliii bsnencent antispasmodic, which In fur
thermore a supreme remedy for l.vcr complaint,
conatlpalon. dyspeps-a, debility, rheumatism,
kidney troubles and other al menta.
For isle be all druggists and duelers generally
A Valuable Discovery f r supplying M;:netntn to
the Human Sys cm E'ectriutv and Magnetism
uii.ized aa never before for Ilealng the Sick.
Tin MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.'S
Mrisruetic Kidney Belt!
KOR MUX IS
WARRANTED TO CURE ?
Er riiri'S'Okd, the f-illowltn- diseases wltho I'.med
lclna -I'iim is tub back, mm, in uu on i.tana,
KEKVoe.1 DEBILITT, I.I MBiO) 0 NKH1L DKB LITT,
BI1EOUTISH, PSKil.T-IS, NmK4i.IA, SCtATTA,
D1KAI! OKTUI KIDNEY-. SI-IS AL OtSSUsts, TOhPIO
LivEK, Gout, Seml'ial EiiIm ous, lm.iuiency,
Asthma, llca-t liUf .ee, Dvpep . Cot s'ipitlon.
Krulpf a Indigestion, li-rnla or .-tnptnre, Cat
arrh, Plies, fc pllpy, 1 nmt) Ague, etc.
When any debhitv of the (i K S' r. K ATIV ' Oil
GAN oceirs. Lost Vita'ity, Lack of Nerve Force
an'. Vz r, lasting ' -ku'-ss, and all those Dis
eases of a ;conl ua nr.', Irom whatever cause,
ttieouttnious strea n of mighetism perme'tng
through the parts, m ist p-store thera to a heaithy
action. There It bo mistake ahjut this Aup.l
at.ee. TO MIELI)IES: lrA
Weakness of the pine Killing of the Womb,
Leucarrhiea. Chronic Infliramation ..r Ulceration
nf the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, r-uppress-d and Irregular Metistrianou,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, thia la the Bust
App Lt.ce and Curat vB At-ent known.
For a l lorms of Ferni D. rlcu ties ti is un sur
passed tiy an-Vitng before lav ntei, both as a
curative ajjont and as a sour:e of poer a-d vital
Uatioii. I'r re uf either BA with Magnetic Indoles. $H,
sent by upre-s 0 ). I), and ei mutation al
low, d or iijr mall on receipt of price In ordering
scad meure ol waist aud size of shoo Hemli
Unco can be made la currency, sect in letter at
The Magnetic Garments are adapted to all ages,
are worn "ver the underclothing (not text to the
body lik" the many UaWani : and K.ertric Horn
bugs adv rtls d so extensively ). and should be
tak n off at n ght. They hold their POWKK
FoKEVEH. and are worn at all seasons uf t-.e
Send stamp for the "New Departure In Medical
Trea'rnent WUho it Medicine," with thounands of
TtJK MVUNETON APPI.IAX'K CO ,
girt State Street, Chicago, 111 .
Note ''nd one dohar In po age ottnpor
enrreucy (in letter at our risk) wit i sua ol shoe
usually worn, and try a pulr of our Magnetic In
Sole, and he convinced of the power residing in
our other Magnetic Aplanca. I'oltlveiy no
cold feet when they are woru. or money refunded.
Do you want a pure, bloom
Inj? Conipk'xioiW If so, a
few applications of Hasan's
MAGNOLIA 11ALI will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It loes away with Sal
lowness:, JU'tlncss, lMniples,
lllotcliesjMul all iiseasesanl
Imperfections of tlio skin. Jt
overcomes the flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue una ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIKTY appear but TWfcX
TY ; and so uatnral, gradual,
and perfect are its etfects,
that it is impossible to detect
WE will ptT th toAv irwir.l tr rt rt t Lir Cotnpliinl'
Dyiptp', Sick H'-a'i:h, Ir1iiMia. CVitiutpttiiv) t ("oiivna,
m cnio cum with Wt'. VmeWM .irr t'tlU, hra tht rjine
tfOQikra strictly emri-Hcd Ub. TWy re yTy vrgrl 'u, nd
BTr f I to ftrt utiitvtln. P 'Zr Cct)d. I..iv "!.
Ulniuir pi'K 15 trait, for , l-y all d-i.ccl' Hn tf
O'ut wif. ui aL.I tiniUtiotii. Tl.i p-bh' t nur-iifiitu-fd oilv by
JOHN C. VVLST A :., l hi W; Mvlii-n ft., Cbicp.
Vrtt triJ pa rr.f Ly tintl I. 1 n rr. rx t t .1 cit ttAirp.
Health is Wealth !
l)u K. C. Wcst'b Nkbte and Bhain Tut at.
MENt, n guarnntooil ci'PCiUf! for Htorin, ljzzu
ness, ConviilHioua, Fils, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nurvoua Pr ori rat i m cmiBfil ry t he use
of alrolml ortohurco, Wiikofulnpwt. Mentul De
precsiou, Softflnintf o( the Brain resulting in in
vanity and lvi(lin to niis'Tj'. decay and e'ehth,
Premnture Old Ako, Hiirrennesi!, Lnsa of power
in either sex, Involuntary I-obbps nnd Spermnt
orrha'a cauwj hyover-Eertion of the bruin, eelf.
sbuBR or over-indiilgeuce. Each box contains
one month's treatment. $l'a Iwix.or six boxes
for5.U0,8entbymiiil prepiidoii receipt of jinco.
W5 iil AKAXTEE SIX 1IOXKM
To cure any case. With each order received byus
for six boxes, acoompanied with f."'.U, vfe will
end tho purchaeer our written pimiantee tci i re
fund the inoney if the treatment doe6 not euect
A euro. GuBrautoea ieeued only by
HARRY W. SCIIUII
Druggist, Cor, Comrnorclal v.i, ,t Nth ..Cairo
AD thow who from liKltKMtion-, trfMi or otbfr chum v
Vik unnirrerl, loir tpirltM, phyiifllr dmlnH, uid uttftbtela
pwfenn llfe dutl vroprljr, oq (m wrtllnlj and pmi
sMoUreorcrl, wiUio'ii ttooiarh niMli tti"!. KtidortM bj&afiotK
Bstoltton n1 the prr. Tk$ Moitrat HVoWy urit ItMtM
aornvHins rrvoua imnuir, i'dtsiiqmi irrriT. tmi
lMt?Osi raf tunri nroeruun mioration to run tan Mn
n MMliooit. K'mpi, ffriif. iniT, pjtMab mm
!TMlM. Cnnii'fttiAD with nbyihtQ tt9.
TON KL1Or CO M ff. Uik 8U B h
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 711 OHIO LKVEK.
OFFICIAL FAPKK UP ALKXANDEIt COCNTY.
HMKUKI) AT TUB t'AIUO I'OnTOPPICK KOH
TKANMMIBSIOS TIlKOffJU THE MAILS AT
HKCOND CLAW UATK8.
lie wa.i Not a Pii'V-.
Wlidii, ,l;i-K t-S. . !"
Tll- ch XCDtll JJukl' A (i.llvU l.'iltic tl
li-.ll -lv out tin- ilti-liii.ur.i i.f ilm
ti A t! -i-;ir Ii-. In- i.io'hC tln-r full fill
Willis in :m ii)in'liiii t'.iii-In the o;il-
lit tit l.lll'V wlllll' llltoilTit rJlirit- llMlt
c nisril liitu to hliv lit ;tn mir w ! i i 1 1
p i-iiiff f.ifiiii'i". u it li tin. inliurn I'l'i kli'ss-
Ii".se tif liM rl:i lu)' intmi V, Iriul i i'ti
IiIkwii ficjii im wjiiii w itliusit cvt ii a
lllll.-clt' 'f llis f;t-f t ll.lllit.. It VVHX H
! ii'' Inv a M.i t or ;t j -m.-i n. T)
1 1 ;- wi.-iu:)mI, hi- lithe, i i : 1 1 1 V form
hli.'trjilv on! iint-il H-.iiit the eriin.son
rim i,t' tin' !eiri,to;i. I'iz.-u ro Mi (iinn,
Karl of hine M im Avenue, leaneil list
i t iiaiut mi ;iii-i.Tri'i l, aiul a? ihe
Rtri't-i -ar loi-keil iilly at it - nioirinj;, a
I'Miiral -inile h. iveretl liki' .1 last
werk'. 'ii' Mi'.iUii'l liii liicly elii-iiflt'il
ljf'!. ntrl ill til.- ;itfe (li ptliN fif his flH
tliTe a lial 'Jul lilu that tolil'all
t'-o pl.'iii,';, i f -niiii- t.-rrilile ivsolre -jo'rh:.i
t.i ;,'.) to work. A In n fluttered
tiiroiioli ti;e h;t i k Yard of the Castle
Mulivii.";.-, ; ml a (fend Imr.-e tlip w nil
the iirroiindin' linnuonii into a ruitnr
Still the hi i! sr. ear moved uot. nnd
l'i.ann va i .(titilly iiintioniess. From
over the dn-lltH.'.n-i) the luke of tialuay
fast a Ik'iv. eiintenilitU'iii jr!;nee at
tl e yotiny; man, 'ml ho h"-.e i it not.
.f.iv.li'.e-'.eo rii iynred tlietijt i ,n:ni t it-rit-
' Ve- ;i'li ,'lll'itl
tru.'k n !.iu dv
H tJte 0.:rt!l Willi hi- ii-on ! Oil hot if.
Hl'OUi.t MjioliMll !::e luxuries of tllij
riea-i.n, i T: iu dm ' it IvntU -kv in-dl'.'l'ee.
illiiuial Wiillid ill I'
Mraiul, and otn-
WU" terrilile to Ii
At la-t the (..iMii.t of a dear, girlish
Vfilt-e iil'oki- tin
i-.tfr the Lady
dtitiultter of tl i
ifiv e, and an instant
I'fo'el Iltlke, emei-'fed
from the ea-tle. i,ooiu with (,nu
vavn of her hand a lare Ih.rk of ovex:
fintn tin' front yiird, she walked in a
stately fadiioli to the irate lnide which
l'i.arro was standing. Then, for the
lif-t tilt!'', -lit' saw lier father's street
car, uml as her elan, -e fell for an in-tani
on that piratical (trait a -htiddcr pus-ed
0 'er 1 er lis-oiiie form, and into her
e es tie re came a -ttilt h-d.li firdi lUtlted
look, lik'1 thj'.t with whieii the fawn re
ird. ;!; 'iiint'. r.or the dry-quod's dork
u a h-'jill.
Hut it was too late to retreat, nor in
d od, had any -uch i hni ent"reil the
li dy't li-'Mtl. W tii kin up to I'izarro
she looked at him with a look that
spoke only of love, and liefore lie could
t' II which foot his corn was on was
walking with him in the direction of tin-street-ear.
Father," i-aid -he, stopping directly
ill front of the J)uk.'. ' I l-i.c I'i.aiTo
Mctiitmi-. and, ioi wi'linjr.w ill one dav
In-!ii-lu ide H'ivi ou H'l-lit to-ay w hy
lUi- .-ii.uld tl' t he'
l'ivil an aujflit," was Uu- reply, "ex
( -jit that In- w;in av tiiim jood."
In an in-::itit the 1 hn.d Lad left the
f ieei l I.a.h ( 'ol'-tale e. and -he Mood
t in-re a- p iiii-1 a- a liiarlde s!::tue. " l'i
..irro i- not a dude, lather," -in- .;,id in
low, haqcard lone-.
"And why not!'" .jiieiieil the lluke in
a sneering manner.
Heeail-e." -lie all-W't'l'i'll, ' M I l"-t i I)
into a -torni of soli-, ha- iuheriied
t it- f.uni! lei-t.". ( ) '' -. Tnf'Uite.
An Out-Door Wbi'tporing Galli.ry.
M inv who rode to ii... -umniit of a
1 11 near P.i-marck. I ) ; ? k t : i . to witte-v.
tin c 1'i'iuoiiie- at tlie new capital build
V): and to hear the -peeelie-. returned
t i town on foot Iii walking down the
Slope hc ili-coVered ;;n acoll-tic prop-
crtv of the situation which cannot fail
t liecome famou- In re. do r if the build
inp; up of the space thitt tnnx lie- vacant
between the building and t he I'e-idcnces
does not ruin il. There wa- an audi-er.r-e
of erhrip- -J.ibio people -landing
aliut the stand from which the -peakers
vffc making their addrcs.-e-. The
s'and was flevatcl fully twenty -live feet
nbovf the head- of ihc auditor-, so that
it was with didiculty that thoe on the
out! kirtscotild hear any but the loudest
voiced orator. W hen ihe wriu-r with
drew from the doijuent fntcrtainmcnt
led to commit so pteat a di.-eourtesy
ti) the. orators by the lif.at of thejrlarino
sun (icneral Grant was addressin; his
fdlow-citizpns of Dakota. I could dis
tinguish his articulation with sufficient
dcarnc-s to follow the thread of his dis
course. Others- less familiar with the
direction of his thoughts in extempore
efforts, could not tell what the General
was saving. When about 300 yards
from the stand, and quite twenty feet
lower than the audience, 1 could hear
every word and each accentuation Gen.
Grant made. When he had done speak
ing, the conversation on the stand was
also distinctly heard at that distance.
Retreating thirty yards further, the
point of distinct hearing seemed to he
reached. The speeches made by Mayor
Harrison, of Chicago, Mr. Carl Scluirz,
and others, were listened toby those who,
failing to hear near by, w'cre on their
way back to (own. A stenographer
stationed at that distance of over al.O'l'l
feet from the speakers, could have writ
ten down wdiat was said with less effort
of hearing than was reiii;'cd ;l iheside
of the orators. The voices seemed H
posse.-s the added charm of rhythm,
while each word was strangely separat
ed from its next neighbor. The wind,
besides, was blow ing fre-hly toward the
speakers. thereby rendering the remark
able acoustics of the location more note
worthy. In future times, when the
statesmen of Dakota address their con
stituents from the front step of the
Capitol, the constituents will be best
served if they station themselves within
the compass of the natural sounding
board of this new political forum. (V.
A". J". Evrning Po.4.
David Davis says a man will nevet
sit long on a barb"d-w ire fence unless
there oivh.id dog - en both side; of it.
AT. 0. Pioi if tine.
J. C. Connor, Manager Royal Opera
House, Toronto, snys: "I was cured by the
use of St. Jacobs Oil ol acuto rheumatism."
CONCI.CDKD FKOM FOt'KTII PAGE.
is where the Utah & Northern branch of
the U. P. R. R. connects with the Oregon
Short Line. The former extends on some
300 miles to the N. P. R. R. at Garrison,
the latter to Shoshone Ilaily, the j,rt.-i
mining region of Idaho. The U. P. com
pany bought 40 acres of lnnd of the SUuw
nou and Hancock Indians, and located the
town on it, and of course they have every
thing their own way, a the In Tina reserva
tion embraces ull the turr' uoding count! v.
There are almost 1,500 Indians oa the
reservation; they aiu on luud iu
goodly numbers, drtssed iu civilutu
style and decorated with paint in
various colors. Kmin the station
hotel we xan see one of their caini6,
the smoke ishiiin from tho tops of their
tepets. Squaws go around with their
papoose strapped to their lacks. In their
trading we bi-o them handling twenty dol
lar gold coins as if unoey w plenty with
them and some have a profusion of juwehy
ornaments about tiieir persons, the same as
thoir more civilized siitem. The salo of
intoxicating liquors is Btrictly forbidden
here for which tho railroad company should
have honored credit. A large numlier r,f
employes are at work here trading the
grounds, layini; track and building hou.-ca
for the company. The hotel is an extensive
building furnished equal to any fiist cUss
hotel so that even here in this wild region,
among the swarthy denizens of the forest
and plain, one fee!s at home or that civili
zation has clasped hands with Lo, the poor
Idaho territory embraces an area of 80,
000 square miles. Below the mountain
regions the high rolling hills are covered
with nutritious grasses upon which stock
may feed the year around. The still lower
table lands covered mottly with sage brush,
when farmers by irrigation produce larye
cropB of grain and vegetables. The first
bottoms along the streams produce excel
lent hay without irrigation. The mountains
ant mostly covered with heavy timber.
The mineral wealth of the territory is in
creasing yearly; already his the territory
ad led to the world's wealth 90,000 000 of
the precious metals and yet the develop,
mi-nt of the mines of Salmon river, Wood
river, Sawtooth and Ymkee Fork districts
has but fairly commenced. Fr m 40,000
to 50,000 head of cattle are marketed year
ly from the natural pasture lands of the
territory. Throughout the territory the
farming lands are being taken up rapidly.
In many localities fruit does well; an or
ch'ird in Boise Valley produces on an aver-age-4,000
bushels of apples, pears and
peaches yearly. Statistics state that wheat
yields on an average 30 bushels to the acre;
cats 50 bushels; barley 40 bushels and that
all kinds of vegetables uuUy tied m the
temperate zones grow to an immense size.
Our observation of the soil aud products
gives us reason to believe the above st a fe
int nts are not overdrawn. A lady in this
valley who hu been here three years says
the winters sre rather severe as we might
suppose owing to the elevation and the close
proximity to the mountain ranges, some of
which have peaks 10,000 feet above ocean
level and covered with snow all the year.
J. S. F.
W. F. Aisiiis. river editor o! i ns Ri:i.letin
anrl steamboat passenger astnt. Orders for ali
klints of steamboat Job printing solicited. Ottlce
nt Itoer's Earopcan Uotel, No. TJ Ohio levoe.
The U. P. Sthuck from New Orleans is
due to-night tor Cincinnati
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg
passed up for St. Louis last night.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
passed down for Vicksburg last night.
The Golden Crown frciii Cincinnati will
receive freight here to-day for New Or
leans. The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
for Shawneetown last tight. She had a
very good trip.
The Ste. Genevieve from Memphis had
a lair trip up. She departed for St. Louis
The Andy Baum left Cincinnati on time
last evening, and will report here Saturday
evening for Memphis.
The Jos. W. Gaff is undergoing repairs at
Cincinnati, and when she reports for duty
she will be one of the prettiest stern wheel
steamboats that floats.
The Vint Shinkle arrived here at 12
o'clock Tuesday night; departed for Mem
phis at 1 a: m. She had a very good trip,
and looked like a new boat.
The Ella Kimbrough leaves here at noon
to day for Guyoso. Capt. Tom Kimbrough,
an old citizen of this city, is her owner and
commander, and is most worthy of pitron
age. The Cons. Millar from Memphis is due
this evening for Cincinnati. The Millar is
in tip-top shape, and for a pleasant trip
with clever officers, take the Millar and get
your tickets from W. F. Lambdin, passtn
Wes Cooksey, the champion fabricator of
Faducah, had better look to his laurels, as
Henry Pell, one of the quill drivers on tho
Gus Fowler, tells a pretty good one. Ileury
says be saw tho prettiest and brightest
rainbow Tu.sday night that his vision ever
beheld. It appeared in tho horizon about
1 a. in. We never inquired whether he had
any witnesses to tho scene, but knowing
Henry to be a young man of indisputable
veracity, we leave it to Wes Cooksey wheth
er the story is plausible.
a r -i
.tiit; tta run y"
A New and Complete H-)tl. frimtinit on Lev
Second ar.d Kn'.lruad Street",
Tbe Paseni!er D. p'.t of the Cblcairo, St. I,tn, s
aid .ew Orleans: Iiltnnts Central; W'anrti, st.
Louis and Paclflr: lion Mountain and Southern ,
Mobile and Oblo; C airi and St. Lotus Ituuwavs
are all Jnst across the street; wliiU the rileaiuh.i'ai
t.cdu.f is hot one square distant,
Tbls Hotel Is heated by steam, has t on
I.iundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Eluctrlr I'nll !M!s
Automatic Kire-Alrnis. liailis, absolutely pure sir.
p'-rlei-i sewerage and uimptete appointment
Saperb fnrnisl.lnps; pcrTcrt service; and an tic
sic Iui table.
Ij. H. PAHKKH Ar i '( ).. Lesnowi
L. C. BOYINCTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
The nest twrf'-o'ly Minnefd f OI.prN'G BED In th
HoilJ. Sj!ttitml, yet at Itt'lit that aettilil i'n open
and i-! U with esse. Tin'y i-nmbliio CHEAT
STHKNOTH. BEAl TV and tTH.ITV. It Is the
VEBl rll.-T, Bif-f eentp-ier, KASIEST FOLDED
PFO, an ) Ik nlt-rf.1 to tl:.- py'.lic a Hie I HEAP
Kst t'ent Kol-l ne Bed '. 11: irkw. ItECoNO
MIZES sPAi K. K.vr-s VI:.M( unl 1 EAR cf CAR
PETS, kt'tn ti UEIiPINO I LEA N EKOM DUST.
n-l 1 M,-!d v k:ipf.." - ii a'! oi!:.t 1h'1s in tlie
f:iil!l.-ot me'rlcn ntid ;-ir aiika lu all aectluns o(
.Mad" (n Bi ll r r . DRCOilKP CA sE,
TAIIIVKT. HOOli -' As K. SHU:
BOA It I), nnd HI I IXWIUsK SKjles.
bend lur Oe i;.tive and Mustraleil I inuiar.
Factory & Office, 1465 Slale SI. Chicago.
flTIn SfLdirg f.ir circular iiti jiricen, ileaae name
th:s pn; i
rROPKIETOR OF SPROAT'8 I'ATKV?
Vholopr.lf!i Uuftlet- iti .
ICf l!Y THK CAIt LOAD O'.i TON.V. K: .i
PACKKD FuH rtiJUT'IXtt
Car Loads a .Spficinltv.
o f1 p-1 a hi t
Cor.TweH'tli Street auri Levi,
OA I HO. HJ.IKOiS.
OXE OF THE BEST PIISK7AXS.
I have been nsinir Swift's Specific In mr practice
for qniti) a lontt tlaio, and I retard it the best cotn-
iiinauon as a Diond puriueratui tonic, it Is entire
ly vegetable. Iietuir composed of t'.a ejcruc'sof
roots which grow In tills section of (ieorala. I am
farm tar with its li'storv from tbe time the formu a
was btalncd from tbe Indians. It is a certain aud
snto romi-dy lor all kinds of blond pulon aud kin
humor, find lu the huudrds of case In which I
have USH-I it and seen it used, th.'re has never bee-i
a failure to cure. I have cured blood taint in
TBE THIRD OF.KEnaTION
with It, after I had most finally fulled by the most
apli oved nittliods of the treatment with men u'-y
and iodide of potassium. Th -re cases haw been
cured over fifteen vears ai;o, and have never had
any return of the iliceiiselo themselves or In their
children. FKED A. lOu.MEK, M. n.
retry, Houston Co., U.
"Ilia the hestsellmir remedy In mv store.and
all classes of people huy It It has becomo a house
hold remedy with many of our best citizens "
H 4LT6K A. TAUOK,
"I i ell Swill's Specific- -often a irross lu ten ds
at retail-and to nil classes. Son.e of Atlniitni's
best people uao It regularly as atonic and alte atlvo.
.IOS1AU D l A l)f 1 K LD,
Our treaitse on Blond and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
tub vt if t nencifiu cu
Drawee 3, Atlanta, Oa.
Win. Ludwig & Co.,
Vj .La-.B.'.-i -swci .tjj .o .i v?t -f. a mi i
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Prices Paitl for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
w m. Luclwiji & Co.
rnw iiaurs npiiiicu iu mo sun.trc win Penetrate to the very Bone
inH nlinml Inatantlu DEI ICUC OAlul r. n x .i j,,
liior discolor the Skin, or leave
hM NO P!Of'At. forthe Cnrof
Sor Throat. Paint In the
iTA IB liiill'illu Afl)4Ainnu f -s ull
J ' J v mi a-. iitrs aan aoiua 111 llli WViUUMJU UUU X.U W CIS,
rannirHnir a i w .tvapti t1 HtfFnuftm aiimnlanl Cm. t At1 td a I .v...
ii ',-1411 ma ta jmi-i-iiui u.i I J aiiuiuiattu OTWi'lHtrit " & i (flit I ! '1
Ask your Drngglst lor It. rrlce 50
Prepared only by JACOB S.
wholeaaln Dnig(rtst, 8T.
Oonil ay for Au'ents. $100 to litijper month
made sedtnir our fine Hooks and Bllilesr Writeto
.) t.. -m M KDY to., Chicat'o, 111.
C AIDs -"'hetlcs, (4 designs). Somethinir
In stamps. HKAhSK A CO . I'.O. lo I 8?,N.Y.
Ely's Cream Balm,
TN r.QUALLED forCOLD In the HEAD,
i'ream ISalmhas ealned an enviable renntation
wher -ver know:i; displaeing all oi her preparations.
Send forcireu.ar containing full Inform tio-i and
reluilile testlmonjals By mall, prepaid, 50 cents a
pcki.' stamps received, hoid by all wholesale
and Mail drtiL'gi.ts. ilLY'8 UK AM BALM CO.,
Owrgo, New V rk.
W INK1 WH HOLT A TEAC'HEH! Soper'a
111 Instantaneous Guide to Kevs of Piano
audOri;an. Price Jl. ill teach anv nerson
to plav i0 pieces of mnslc in one dav Yoti could
not lear il trom a toucher lu a mouth for 8. Try
n an i o" convincea ramp ecopy wu ne mauea
to siij address on receipt of 2" cents In stamps by
iitAitM a t-o., l'uinsners. r. o. not hl, .. T.
son.cfltl VOLUMES the chnlcost 1 terature of tha
worid. 1011 pau'e catalogue free. Lowest prices
ever known. NOT sold by dea era. hem for ex
amina ion before pavment on evidence of irood
faith JOHN B. ALU , Vubhsher, 18 Vo-iy
i . r. o. uox ven.
MADE ox PURPOSE
One of'TKse lfMakes(?) Which are
Jiore trequeut than Profitable.
"Why. my child, this Is not BENSON'S C'lT
CINf. I'OKOL'sJ I'LASTEH," said a father to his
little d.mgheer. after examlnlnca package alio bad
Ins- brought from the drug store.
"Isii t It, Pu! I'm sorry, but I asked ihe man lor
Benson's I know I did, and he took the io cents
yon gave mo to pay for It with." exclaimed the
child positively. ''Maybe tho drug man made a
"I'll go 'round myself and sc-c," was the gentle
man's c mment.ss he donned his coat ami but.
"V y di In't you send me Henson's plaster, In
stesrl nf tn' i 'leap and trashy thing?"
"Ul... I ho ;,it th t would suit you jtistui
"Vou though! 1 you thought! What hnsinesa
have you tothink! I don't pay you forthiukmg,
but for filling my order," said tho Indignant caller,
contemptuously. ''There! take that thing back
and give me tny money, I'll get what F want
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A ruular G-rodtiare of twi medlc.il
colleges lias liesn longer eugssed In the treat
ment of Clirouic. Nervous, hkin nnd
Itlooil L)Iimp tfiun anv otherplivstelnn In
St. l.ouK as city paperi slitw anil all old resi
dent ki-ow. Consultation t ornee or ay mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When It is Inconvenient to visit
the cltv .or treatment, medlelnej call bo sent
liy mull or express everywhere, f'tira'ole ca'-e
guaranteed; w here doubt exists II Is fiaukly
tinted. Call or Write.
JNoryous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
auctions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions. Old Sores a;d Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Eheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to eases from over-worked brain,
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgeacjs or Exposures.
It Is si'lf-ev blent that a physician paying
particular attention io a class of eases attains
great ."kill, and pbvslelaiis In regular practlra
al! over the country knowing this, frequently
recommend cases to the oldest otllce 111 Ani'-rlea
where every knnwu appliance Is resorted to,
and provfil good iftinpclis-is of all
au'e .i,,t l ouutrles ars used. A w hole house lc
used nr oillce puriHoes, and all aretrsated w ith
skill In a respectful manner: and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are uiado. imac
count of the great number applying, th
charges are kept low. often lower than Is
ilcinsiiilM by others If vou secure the skl'l
ami g.-i a speedy and perfeei hi cure, that la
the liiipoi'lant miller. t'iiiphlt-t, M pugfs,
sent to auy address free.
PLATES. I MARRIAGE GUIDE.!
riegnnt cloth and gilt binding. Pealed for GO
cents In postage or currency. Over lift y won
derfiil pen pictures, true to life, articles on the
follow luir subjects. Who may marry, who not;
wlivf Proper age Ionian v. Who marry tlrsu
Linho.l. Vi i.iiMiihoo-l. I'livsleal decav. Who
should ni.-ir.y. Uow life and happiness may ba
lin-resfed. TIiomi ninnled or coutvuitilatlng
Pianylnir should read It. It ought to tie read
ny all adult persons, then kept under Inek and
key. Popular edition, same a above, but paper
rover anil HiO pages. (acuw by mall, lu monejr
Huptiirsposltlvsly Oiirod by Pr. Pieros'a Patent
Hagnutlc El is'lo Trus. (irsnil.wt lor-nllonot tli
l'Jth tiatury.Onlr nuln Elm-trio Truss In ths world,
and th only one that will propsrlr retain and radl.
callr ciim Ilnrula. Ovnr ftm Hadlcal Curnef!cUK..
Kd what Dr. Jns. Hlmms, nl New York, tba nr
nnwnsd Phrslnnnomlsl, wrllas Aug . IrKt, "Tha rsat
and eoniplnMcm your Msgnstio Trims eftrctd nn ma
slaraaraaon Is parmansnt, for which I shall ever r
ni.iln tcrHtefiil " J Kimms, M. 1). For tmrtleulaia
ddrasa WAOKKTia iLABTIO TRtSS CO..
Wfi HUth bUMt- HW LauU, Ma.
WH TT ER
awl 1. c l a '
A iiiic rliil tirifiMtria.on :.
.losod mnstlv nf Ksspntial (ill.
I'ho most nenetratinc I.inlmpnt
ruin: 11 win HOI DOU lOLniXlP
rUsairrecalilc crTwLi of anv km.i. ti
Rhanmnfiim. SaMlm Pmlc.u
Limbs or Id auy part oi tho System
nalnu in Mm C 1. J D-
cts per bottle
U N KUU A LI.L D IN
Tone, Toncli, Worlcmansliip & Dnral)ility
1TIT.I.IAM KAIW: & CO.
Nos. ?M nnd'Je Vst naltlmore Street, Call Imora.
o. i ritio Avenue, ew lorn.
I ilVoKCH. No pubicity; residents of auy
' Mate. I'escrtion, Noe-Supprr. Advice and
applications for stamp. W. U. LEE, Att'y, 239
Bro'idway, N. V.
TO ADVF k'i'I.SEKS. Lowest rates for artvertls
Ine in 970 god newspaper sent free. Address
I? EC. P. KOWKLLA Co.. 10 Soruce St N. Y.
gm un,. OUT OF ORDER.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
&M90 AN iS-AVk
ILL. v MASS. GA,
TOR SALE BY
II. teaula & Co., Cairo, III
How Many Miles To Vou Drive?
This Instrument Is no latger than a watch. It
tel.s the exact uuinher of miles d'lveu to the
1 l'dn part of a mile; cotiule np to 1,'ss) miles;
water aud (inst tight; always in order; saves
horses Ironi being over-d'-iyeu ; U easily attacned
to the w heel of a Buggy, Carilage, Bulky, agnni
Koad Cart, Sulky Pjow, Koaper. Mower, or other
vehicle. Invaluable to Liverymen. Pleasure
Drivers. I'hvslctsns, Farmers. Surveyors, Dray
men, Expressmen, Mage Owners. Ac, Price only
5 (Meach, one-third the price uf any other Odom
eter, When ordering give diameter of the wheel.
Sent hy mail on receipt f price, post pa d.
Address MoJONNKLL ODOM ETKK t'0
S North La Salle St., Chicago.
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erness, or New pictorial History of the Life and
Times of the 1'ioneer Heroes and Heroine of
America, by Col. trunk Trlplett. Over K) superb
engravings Cover tho ihreeorasof pioneer pro
gress (1) rom tho AHeuheuies to the Mississippi;
(ii from the -Mississippi to the 1 toe k-y Mountains;
(3) California and the Pac flc slope. NKW. Com
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1"() personal portraits, embracing all the pioneer
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