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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1883,
A Valuable: Dscovery fr supplying Magnetlm to
iuo uuinan By em B'ecirlcllV ud Magnetism
ttilllxod uni'(r before for Healing lb Sick.
THr. M.VONiTuN aPPLIANCE CO.'U
31anietie Kidney Belt!
FOR MKN IS
WARRANTED TO CORE S
IT Keim'Mokd, the f illnwinj dine .as wubou'.med-
lelne I'ain m thi back, hips, mi.d or lixbs,
IHVOUB DKBll.tTV. I.Umo O NBHVL DEB LITY,
HSl'NATlaX, rHUT'H, XEI'IULUU, CUTIA,
D1HKAIII or Till KlliNIT , IPI.NAL IH.iK, TokPIU
lit br, liml, Sumlt.al Knilesmu, J in potency,
Aithms, 11 rt t IM-e'w, Despepe'a, Constipation
Ervslpe a," Indigeatton, Hernia or Knptura, Cat
arrh, Filea, Mdlapsy, I'nrab Ague, etc.
When any debility of Hie (JEN KHATIVH OR
GANS occur, Loet Vitally, Lack of Nerve F"rce
and Vigor, V Bating e kuee, and nit tboe Die
eae of b eroul ii a urn, irom whatever cause,
tnecoutiniou atrua u of raiguetlun perineal. ng
tbrou.-b Urn part, murt nature tuuin tu a healthy
action. Tberu la no mistake- aoout this Appii-
TO THE LAMF.S: wrr.VK
Weaknes of the plno Falling of ths Womb,
Leucrrb(BA. Chronic Iriflinvnail n or Clcer-ttiou
of the Womb, Incidental Hum rrbage or flooding,
Palnfnl, bupprtised and irrerniar .Menstruation,
Barrein.e-a, and Cuauge of Lift). Hill la tho Beat
Alip Ui.f.M and Curat ve Agent known
For a:l tortus of Honuii. I)i lieu. ilea i: la unur
pasted by an .tiling oefora I u r. tel. b ! b aa a
curative agmt aud at a our e of po-vcr a-d ital
iiatlon. Price of eUber B 1 with Magnetic linolei, lu,
tent by txpre-a C O. I), aret examination al
lowed, or y mall ou receipt of price In ordering
end ratire ol wait una U of shoe Hemll
Unce can bo made lu currency, aeot in letter at
Ttiu Ma,;uet'c (iarments ara adapted to allagee,
are worn T'.r th'! underclnth'nj fo-'t next to the
body liki the mat y Gaivtnl. an t K uct Ic Hum
bug a1-r'le d exteinlveli ), ant should be
tak n off at n gnt. They hold Cielr I'OWiK
FokttVfcK. and aro worn at all rea-on of t je
Send tamnfor the "New I mpart ire In Medical
T'oa mout Wuao it vludlcine." with thousands of
TUB MAGNETON APPMAN: CO ,
lilS Stale Street, Chicago. Hi.
N'tTa" Hend onu dol ar In poa ae atanps or
eurroucy (in littler at our rink i will lze ol ahoe
neually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
olea. and he convinced of the power renldinsr io
onr other Magnetic Appllancee. Positively no
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
Do you want a pure, bloom
!ng Complexion I If so, a
few applications of Hacan's
MAGNOLIA lULM will grat
Ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Redness, Pimples.
Blotches, and all diseases and
Imperfections of the skin. It
OTerconies the 11 ushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue ana ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear butTWtN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that ft is impossible to detect
The Dailv Bulletin.
OFFlfK: NO. 7 OHIO LF.VKE.
OFFICIAL PAPSH OF ALEXANDER '.UlSTT
INTKHEH AT TUK CAIRO roSTopriCB FOK
tUANsMlSSION THROtGH THK MAILS AT
BKtOXU CLASS KATES.
A Eoot-EhcVs Eulogy.
"Brandy is dead!"
So the- men saitl. so the women said.
and so the children called to each other
BS a piece of news.
A drunken, good-for-nothing. A so-
called man whose brum had nrennn
dissolved in liquor, whose mind w as
enfeebled, and who had disappointed
everybody bv not dving in the gutter.
Instead of having the roof of a tenement
house over his hi ad.
Why should anvone grieve when such
a vairabond nasses awav? The world
may owe him room for his bones to rest,
but nothing further. So in "Brandy s
case men said that he was well out of
the way. and woman clattered their
dishes in the rooms below, and cared not
for the presence of the dead.
When the undertaker came to bear
the Iwuly away a dozen people crowded
into the room, and among ttn in was t
boot-black. Some said that "Brandy'
looked well in a cotlin; others spoke
lhrhtlv about his face having lost its ru
by color, and the dead pauper was no
wore than a dog in their minds, uud
why should he have been? One can be
a man or ho can be a vagabond. If he
becomes a vagabond let him lose the te
spect of men. All had a heartless re-
mark except the loot-black. He stood
at the head of the cotlin and looked
from face to face and said:
"Brandy was low-down, and he died
liko a beast, and you are all sneering
at him! Did anv one among vou ever
give him a chance? Did he have a home
when he was a bov? Did men trr to
encourage him au 1 guide Liui aright
Is there a man in this room who ever
took him by the hand and spoke one
kind word? Didn't everybody abuse
and ill-treat him? Didn't everybody
look upon him as a dog?
There was no answer.
"Ave! Brandy was low down!" whis
nered tbo hov as he laid his hand on the
. i it
cornn. "11 was ragged ami nungry
and poor and homeless, and without one
8 no- e triend. hat man among you
could have stood out against it any bet
ter? Poor old man! They know al
about it in heaven! Let me help to
carrv him down.
And when the dead had been driven
awav and the boy had disappeared, more
than onu man said:
"After all we might have. made iteas-
ier for the poor old man. I wonder
that some of us never sought to make a
man of htm. instead of bringing him
t'o.Mi." D' triri1 Fny Vm.
C title, a writer f-iys, are maliciously
do tr..ved in India bv wounding them
wil.t ..-pike molded from liie seeds of
the ArliH i,wtt'tti. Deal!, i nsucs on
the second d,i-. . but th- row!-' e l seeds
have litile or ti.i bad etVccl w., ii lakt
The Lime-Kila Club.
JuPt prvi(tis to the oiii'iiinjr, of the
moptin,' I'rof, Ilih Si runr Sinitti iitr
i'd the hull iu jfreat Hxcitt-ini'tit ami an-
nounci'il thru Home uuknown ptTson
had followed him into an alh-y and at
tempted to asiihniiiatc him Ijv aiming a
blow at his lio.ul wiln a Kand-ciui). A
score of nicmbera ninhfd tmt, but the
would-bo murd:r-r had mado good Ida
psenpp, ami no rluo couhl b found.
rof. liv'h htninj ls one oi tne ouiy
two nu n in Arn'-rica who can opm hm
mouth elrar back to his cars, and it is
suspected that the otlu.T party, who lives
in or near Toronto, has hired on assas
sin to put the Professor out of the uay
bo as to have the entire field to himself.
The Proft-ssor will hereafter arm him
self with two revolvers and a Mexiean
dirk, ami the public are warned not to
approach him too suddenly or in a sus
In opening the meeting Brother Gard
ner announced tliut tne lion, iiaii-sneu
Snyder, of Nashville, Tenn., was in the
ante-room waiting to deliver a lecture
on the subject, "The Progression of
Man.'' The honorable reached Detroit
out of money, hungrv, hatless and al
most discouraged. The President had
boarded him for three days, lent him a
shirt and other garments, aud hoped to
be repaid by li-tening to an interesting
dure upon a Minjeet in wnicn ne nan
always taken a deep interest.
I he eoiiiinittee then proceeded to the
ante-rooru and brought in the celebrated
orator. It was noticed as he entered the
door that his face hid a wild look i nd
that hi- knee wobbled, but he reaelu d
the pi iiform in pretty fairehape. IJ inh-
er Gardner had step l forward to re
ceive aud introduce liim, when the Hon.
Half-Miell suddenly wilted to the floor
and his eves U'-'ttu to roll like iish-balls
fling aroii'id a i ircu- ring. It was iheu
discovered that he wh- owrco.ne by tii-
etlecls of tth.-kv. Indeed, the odor
could be M-etiN d all over the room, and
Saimi-i hin wa- uict mt.-nn enough to
snitftwiee to anv other man's once, in
order to get all he could without pav
hen it was apparent that the orator
was overcome the President looked down
upon bim and said:
"Any fine km git drunk, out it take"
a man to keep ho.- er. Ax uis man in
his sober hours to put his foot agin a hot
.tove or to r ni l.ro r with a kr, it"
an' he w ould ci.ll ou crazv, but lie cool-
V an' deliberately pniOced ' to (id l;-i
lie pours stujf i'der his Homieh to re
luce hmiseit to de lev I of a unite oi
lower. I can't .-trip him of tie cloze
lent him, ou rle food he has eaten nt
mv talile ha? gone to make lt on Ms
rifs. Ilow-tniiehcr, in his depart.ir'
from dis locality he should he made m
realize dat we know an insult when we
see on", an' kin properlv n --nt it
BnidderStfpcff Jones an'L Nelson Slab
will e.-cort de cilebrated orator down
stars an" gin him an appropriate s.-ud
Th order wn oneved with great
alaoritv, and how well it was carried
out mav be inferred from the fact that
next morning the hoys picked up piece
of pantaloon cloth and several button
and buckles on the other side of the ten
foot fence in front of the entrance door.
Dttroit Fr-r I'd.
It would scarcely 1 'lie proper
thing for tne to write ti.e u;.iiie of our
host or any of his family, but to mk-i
an extent did 'vie of his many cirls at
tract tne that I have called her the
"Catamaran." and will endeavor to de
scribe her. A girl of medium height,
with a deep brunette complexion, hair
as black as the ravi n's plume, eyes as
deep as the sea c rd as black as coals,
with long eyelashes and teeth like a
miniature gravey:'-.!. white and regular
as the tombstone , -bout fire feet three
inches high and as -traight asanprrow.
A calico dress adorned her shapely per
son, and we looked with admiration at her
as we sat in front of the door and asked
the distance to Cotl'eeville. She said
not a word, but her rosy lips seemed to
curl with mingled scorn and admiration.
Dimples graced her cheeks, and when
she laughed as she did after a while
her whole face was lit up in a way that
is indescribable. Mr. Dash said ft was
not far to Coll'eeville, but urged us to
stay with him. Jake seemed to know
him, and we concluded to stay for the
night. The home was much like all
other houses in this section, but the w ife
was a New York (Owego) woman of
culture, and we spent the evening very
pleasautly. And here I will again no
tice the "Catamaran." She said but
little, but seemed to be ubiquitous.
Here and there, everywhere in a minute.
I could hear her talk" to the other child
renfor she seemed to be the general
manager and her tongue would swing
like a bell-clapper, but before us she
said but little.
At about 8 o'clock she disappeared,
and I looked in vain for her. After
awhile a wagon was heard coming, and
in a moment more a strapping big fel
low of about 20 came in and asked for
the "Cattamaran." "I'll be there di
rectly," said her voice from some invis
ible quarter, aud in a moment more she
came bounding into the room complete
ly metamorphosed. But I will not
speak of her dress for beauty unadorn
ed is adorned most. "Come, let's hur
ry" said she, pushing her gallant to the
door; "we'll be back when we get here,"
said she as she passed into the darkness,
and in a moment more the sound of a
hay wagon rumbling across the prairie
was all that was heard. I asked where
she was going to, aud her little sister
said she was going to a "kissing bee,"
about ten miles away. She poke as if
it was nothing unusual and no com
ments were made upon it, but I thought
of it after I had laid down and w-otiifer-ed
if such was the custom of the coun
try. She returned about i o'clock and
was up and working as usual in the
A greater number of "grass widows"
do not, I venture to say, live any
where in the same number of miles than
can be found in the counties of Labette
and Montgomery, Kansas. I think that
out of twenty houses w e passed ten of
them were inhabited by those peculiar
kind of widows whose tmshands (or
sometimes the wife) had "lit out" and
gone away to the East, West, or Indian
Territory. Cofecville (Kansas) Letter,
A western lawyer included in his bill
against his client: "To waking up in
the night and thinking about your catf
W. F. Lamboim, nrer editor ol i fli Hitllstim
and ateamnoat pattaenirer agent. Ordt-re for all
klndn of uteamhoat Job printing ollclted. Office
al bower'a European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
ITAOES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 20 futt 7 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Nov. 14. River 8 feet 4
aches and rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 14. River 17 feet 8 in
ches aud falling.
Louisville, Not. 14. Rivtr 8 feet 6 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 14. River 12 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Nov. 14. River 6 feet 9 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 14. River 13 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
The W. P. Holiday from New Orleans
arrived here eat ly yesterday morning. She
discharged several hundred bales ot cotton
and departed tor St. Louis at 0 a. m.
The Tbos. Sherlock from Cincinnati ar
rived here yesterday at 2 p. m. with 800
tone of freight on bourd. she will leave
for New OrletinB at noon to-day.
The St. Genevieve from Memphis arrived
here t 4:30 p. m. yesterday. She had a
good freight and large pissenger trip.
Passed up lor St. L'-uis at 6 :o0 p. m.
The Ella Kimbrough leaves here at 4 p.
m. this day for Otceola. Give Cspt. Kim
brough a liberal share of your patronage.
The Hudson from St. Louis is due to
night for Shawneetown.
The Andy B-tura fr ni Memphis will re
port here this morning tor Cincinnati. See
W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent, and get
The Will Kyle from Ne OrleanB is due
this evening for Cincinnati.
The Chas. Morgan left Cincinnati Tues
day evening and will arrive here Saturday
for New Orleans.
Yesterday was the coldest day of the sea
son "by a Urge majority."
The City of Vicksburg from the south
passed up for St. Louis last night.
The Belle of Shreveport leaves Cincin
nati this evening for New Orleans, and Is
due here next Monday.
The Ohio is still rising all the way to
Pittsburgh, but if the weather continues
cold for forty-eicht hours longer it will very
likely be on the decline in a very 6hort
The City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
is due to-night for New Orleans. She will
receive freight here to-morrow aud depart
in the evening.
" The Commonwealth leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis passed
down lsst night for Vicksburg.
The Henry A.Tyler, which made a trip
in White river in place of the Hard Cash,
will be here on time Monday and go to
Padncah, leaviug there emly Tuesday
morning on her return trip to Memphis.
The B. S. Rhea will leive Nishville Fri
day evening and arrive here Sunday night,
and will leve here for Nashville Monday
morning, the 18th iost.
The Joe Peters, which passed down Tues
day night, is a very pretty boat and is lu'ly
adapted to the trade she was built for. She
had a fine trip.
The Jas. W. GifJ will be ready to come
out on her regular day next week, and will
look better than when she was first built.
A Foolish "Dare" that Resulted in a Wed
ding, Quite a part vof girls were at the station
at Delaware W'aterGap Railway, one day
awaiting the arrival of the evening train,
when, in a spirit of mischief, ohe of
them dared tiie gayest of the party, a
girl from Pittsburg, to rush up behind
some new nrrivnl. seize him 1 y the arm,
and exclaim. "Oh. George! I'm so glad
to sec you!" The lady took the da'e,"
as t lie saing is, and, selecting a good
looking fellow, went through the pro
gramme; but by the time her words
wt re uttered her confusion was so gen
uine that the gentleman really thought
she hud mistaken him lor some other
person. He accepted her stammering
apologies, watched, her take tiie 'bus
for home, and took the route himself.
The next morning they met nt break
fust, a most unroinantio meal; but Cu
pid had done his work, and a mutual
liking ensued, which several weeks of
cop.-taut companionship sii-cugUuned,
and now they are discussing trousseuui
and marriage bel's.
The Poor Ye Have Always.
II. C. Flanders, Supt. of the Alms House,
Weare, N. H., certifies: "A helpless, afflict
ed woman, bed-ridden for five jears, by the
use of the great pain-banisher, St. Jacobs
Oil, now gets from her bed and knits stock
ings" Free of Cliarge.
All persona suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat aud Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. Kine's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youtb, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, free
of cuaroe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister In South America.
Send a self-addressed envelopo to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., New York
Very Well Put.
Why do we defer till to-morrow what we ahmld
do to'datf Why do we ue eel a c nth till it
throwa ua Into conaumptlou. and conurn tton
hrlriK ua tolhe(trvet Dlt. WM. HALL'S BAL
SAM la aure t-i cure If taeu in aeaaon It b
never heen known to fall L'e it thoioiiiilily. c
foMlnK t direction. Peiaetere tl I thd'eae
la onqiiered. aa It ia certain to tn.even if it abon d
r.qulre a dozen b,.ttlea. There ta no better medi
cine (or pulmonary d'aorder su d everywhere.
Baker's Pain Panacea
la one of the heat Llnlm-nta put up. It la a real
pam kl ler.and deairoy. pain, whether Internal or
external, wheaevir utd, It ban been a etauuard
remedy for the pant thirty or fcrty jeara.
Townloy'a Toothache Anod ne enrea Inatantiy.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed nt night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering ami
criugwith pain ol cutting teethf If so,
send at once aud get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
hm "g Soothing Syrup lor Children Teeth
ing. Its vulue is incalculable. It wiil re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, m.dhers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole sjktem. Mrs. Wins
low't Soothing Syi up tor Children Teething
is pb-ssant to the 'hsto, and is the prescrip
tion oi one of the oldest and be.-t female
physicians snd nutes in the United States,
Nul is for sale by ll druggists throughout
tne world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
MoLria posi.ivdy cur.d with Emor)'s
fxn b.rd Cure Pills, a nrver-f ailing renie
d) ; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
BUg'ir ceated 25 cents (6)
Do Sot B Deceived.
In tiiese times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly grstifying
to fiud one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vou:h for as beinu
a true and reliable remedv, and one that
will do ss recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaint!:. Dis
eases of ths Kidneys and Urinary diffi
cu.ties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say. five them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv B-irc'av Bros. (3)
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia. Nervous Shock, St. Vitus Dance,
Piop'rition, snd all diseases of Nerve Gen
erative OrgHns, are all permanently and
radically cured by Alien's Brain Food, the
great botnnical remedy, $1 pkg , B fur $5.
tfn.cKien'8 Arnica salve
The Beot Salve In the orid for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
t'ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Ct rns.and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclty
Noue But .Virst Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the b-st or none. Messrs.
Shirley & Co., Cu e , ure m king a
specialty ot tine goodc, snd if you need
aiijtlung in Watches, in oust and water
proof chscs, Solid Silver or Iriple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewehy,
send to fctiurley Uo., tuey will send a
single article at the dozen ptice. The) are
vouched f r and endors-d bv the United
Stttes Express Co., American express Co,
Southern Exptess Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master ol Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex-
State Tr- asurer, ard many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing t
Ik me. Rene ni' e;, Shurley &, Co., 77 State
Street. Chicsg", lib Send For tiieik new
AND BEAL'TIFLLLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGLF.
To The West.
There aro a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Miss-uri Pacific Railway. Two
truins daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S nt Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir est nicke are attached to all traius.
At Kansas City Uuion Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia 'rnnect with espies, trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trai for Kansas and Nebraska
At Oinah'i, connection is made with the
Overland trait 'or California.
This line oilers to parties enrmte to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior Kccciodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated m ips, pamphlets, Ac, of thi?
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KlSNAN, F. Ciiakw.fr,
Ass't Gen'l Ph-s. Agent. Gen'l Pass At'ent.
PAUL ULACKMAU & CO.,
Fig Ifapiils, 'Mich.,
Manufacturers aud General Dealers In
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
from the Saw
No price lifts lasued, hut will be pleated to quote
de'lvend prlcea ou any grade ol Lumber, etc.,
you need. Hi -2titd
By virtne of an execution iaptied out of tbe
clerk'a orflre of the clicult conrtof AlexiindercoHii
ty at d etHte of Illinois, and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained aainat H -nry
Iluufaker b fore A otniiif, Eq., police, magis
trate In and fo- the city of Cairo Is aalrt county and
tate tn favor of Jacob Burner, out of the land",
tneruenta, pooda and chattels of the aald Henry
llunnalier, I have levied on tho following de
acribed proiorty, to-w-tt: Lot numbered tlx (tf). In
block numbered two (2), In tho to n of fundnakv,
in the county of Alexander and atnteof Illluoia.
Therefore, according to aald comma"ri, I mall
(Zpoaefor aalo at public auction, all the rltfht,
title aud Interest of th.) above named Henry Hun
aaker. In and to tho above deacrihed property,
at 11 o'clock a.m , on Friday tho aoth (lay of Novetn
ber.1683, at the woetorly door ol the conrt honae, in
Dotod at Cairo, 111 , tills flth day of November, 19R3.
Il06-3ird Sheriff Alexander Oountv.
The Ideal Caligraph.
work ol three penmen, much neater and more
legible. lTlcca, $70.00 and 85.00.
PARKER,' RITTER a CO., 420 N. 3d, St. loull.
Wm. Lndwic; & Co.,
fe;s ti 5 Hi Nf;" j 3s. j, yy tg iv'-i fa
mt& m (mm
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
highest Market Prices Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
few drops applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone,
ind almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing-,
nor discolor the Skin, or leave dlsaerr-eable effects of any kind. Ii
has no f.ql'al for tho Cor of Rhcnmatism. Sprains. Bruises,
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia. Lame tack. Craqrps, Tooth-Aho
Sen TTirnat Pain, in the Limbs or la atiy part of the System
- - -
and is equally enieaotoui tor an pains in wih oioraacii ana jsowcu
reiiulriw: a powcrlul diffusive stimulant. See Merrell'a Alrnmine,
Ask your Druggist for It. Trice 50 cts per bottle
rrepared only hy JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholeaalo Druga-lirt, 8T. LOUIS. MO
Gooi Vay for Amenta. $100 to J-J'OJper month
made re 1 : n s our nne Bookaand Blbloer Write to
C. Mi'JL KDV A CO., Chicago, 111.
C V TMIn -"lh-licis (4 desinnf). Souiethtug
VvlVL-' good. Mailed ou rece'at of S cenU
In nam pa. UEAKNE CO , P.O. Ilox 1 87.N.Y.
Ely's Cream Balm,
CN QTJALLED for COLD io the HEAD,
t ream Halm has trained an enviable teputation
whtr-ver know i ; dlaplacirg all o her preparation.
Send for circular containing full Inform tlu" and
rel atile leeutuon'ale. Ky mall, prepaid, Wcuut a
pnrk'u Mampe received, hold bv all wholesale
and retail drui.ta. ELY'S . UEAM HALM CO.,
Owetto, New V rk.
WI' HOLT A TEACHER! Sope.-'e
Iiiatai t.iueoua Guide to Kevs of fiano
andOrtrau. Price SI. w ill teach any peraon
to !! -e. 0 tiect a of music In one day ou could
not ear ii iroiii a tu.,cber In a month for S' lfV
it nu'1 Iv convinced hnmpecoiy w.l be mailed
to auy ndi.rer ou receipt of 2' cent In tamp hy
HEAiiNE t CO , I'ublUhera, r, O HoxHS,,N.i.
ISOOwo VOLt'MESthe choicest l.toraturo of the
world. 100 pace eata'ogua tree. ww pncea
ever known. SOTeold by deaere. Sent for ex
amitia b.n before payment on evidence of good
faith JOHN" li. AI.DDN. lVollelier, 18 Verey
St. , N. V. P. O. Box lgi7.
Made ox purpose
OneofTh se MHakc(?) Which are
Jlore Frequent than Profitable.
"kv, mv child, thla I not BKN'sON'S CP-CiX-
I'UUOCS I'LASIEU," tali a father fo hi
little dauehaer, after exaininnea ackae alie had
a br nihl from 'he druij "tore
u t it. Pb T I'm'orry hut I aa'erf the nvin lor
Utnon's 1 know 1 did, and he took the 25 cents
yon tfave me to pay for It with," exclaimed the
i bild positively. " Mayle the drug man made a
mi-t ike "
"I'll go 'rnnnd myaelf and ee," wa the gentle
man' ci niment.aa be doi.i.ed hlacoat and hat.
'A hy ill :rTt too end tne bVnoii' piaster. In
ttd."(h. ., , and traaby ihlnii?"
"Win, i l cat that would eult you Just a
"Von thought! you thought! What huslnesa
have von tothiuk? I don't pay yon for thinking,
but for filling my ordpr," aald the Indignant caller,
contemptuouely. "Thord take that tnmz bank
and give me my money, I'll get what I want
617 St. Cherles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rB'tlap Orii'luate of two medical
college, has Oeeu longer eugaired In the treat
ment of C'hrouio. Nervou, Mim ami
Hloo.l Disiiie8 than aiiy oiher phyeleian In
St Louis, as city papers chaw and all old resi
dents kenw. Cou.n'tat'nn ..t oiliee or a mall,
free nn.l Invited. A frlend'v taik or lib opinion
cols nothlntr. When it is fnen:iviiileiit to vllt
;he eitv .or treatment, medlelnea can he sent
hy mall or express tve,-v lu re. Cural'le cae
Kuaranlee.l; where douht exHta 11 Is frankly
Haled. Call or Write.
ff'Tvous Prcatratioa. Debility, Mental and
Physical Veaknoss, Mercurial and othr
alfections of Throat, Skin and iiOncs, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, SkinAlfec
tions. Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marri"gi. Rbeumatifm. Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgedois or Etposum.
It la self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to acla ofcaea attain
great skill, aud ptivMclans In regular practice
all over the couiitrv knowing this, frequently
recoirmend caes to the olrtealoillce III AmTlca,
wher- every knowu appliance 1 reported to,
and "be provd good rein.liH of all
ages and eotintrlea ara used. A whole house !
used forofflee purpose, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made. Ou ae.
count of the great uuniher applying, the
charge are kept low. often lower than la
demanded hv other If vou secure the skl'l
ami g"t a speedy and perfect lilw cure, that Is
the lmioi'tant matter. Pamphlet, pagea,
aent to any addresa free.
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed fr60
rent In postage or cnrrncy. Over DOy won
derful pen pictures, true to life articles on ths
folloH ing uii)ert. Who may marry, whonot;
w-bv Proper age to niarrv. Who marry fl rat.
Jlahhnnd. Womanhood. I'hvsleal decav. Who
aliould mariT. Howllf aud happlnes may be
lncreis.il. Tim- married or contemplating
Hanvlna should read it. It ought to he read
ov ail adult pei'sou., then kept under lock and
iev. Popular edition, feme asril.ove. but paper
rover and HuO page, ii cvuta bv mall, lu uiouej
iDUiMilst teak, as4 has Sms tmamtti W
thoiiiu! mtt nit It. II tipluM lb prioeiplss nt
Sis tad d.ilk nd lb arida of diMUa ui ibo.ia a mi
by all lajnkia Monls. It coiUId. .tl.tbl.praaoiiptlona
for lbs sura of Nervoua and Phyaleal DebUity, Lat
Vitality, Defaotlv SUmorjr, Dwpondeno-, aa4 tb
whol trsla ol diiardm kroilf bl oo bf .nroorb wis.
tr.tlo.fl i tiso praaerlptlaas hr Catarrh, Sorofola, ate,
A ipy f tbu war k asat ky ill, aminlf staM, Ins ky
aaVtnasUif th ntbor,
W.aV k.D,. 1M W. tk H, (WaaaH, 0U
A poweiml preparation ci.ii.
wisert mostly of Essential Oils
1'lie most penetrating Liniment
tiotvn. ho concentrated that a
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Send for Ui of CHOICE Farm In be atock
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30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
itu v mass. CA.
TOR SALE BY
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L. C. BOYINGTON'8
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
The most iwrfeetly hslanced FOI.PIXO BED In the
w.,.ld. fiulMantlal. yet o bvht that achlld can open
and cw It lth ease. Tlicy comhlne GHEAT
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fesTriieut Foldrg Hel in He market. U ECO NO
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PI TS, kee the Hl UPlNIi CLEAN FROM DUST.
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