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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TIIURSDAV MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1883.
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A Va!uhle Discovery fur supplying Magnetism to
the Human Hyt em. Kleclrlcity urn! Magnetism
utilized as never before or lleailng the Sick.
TUB MAGS STON A1TLIANCK CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FCR JIKN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
r KiruNU 'D, the following diseases without med
icine: i THE BACK, Illt'S, UI4UOH LIMBS,
SISHVOL'S ritttlUTr. LUMBAOi, O NKIU1. Vf.B LITT,
KHSl-MATIeM, PlHAI.r!, KK lUlktA, CIAT1A,
iusiuses or tub auiNiys.swNAt. dissasks, tommd
liviu, Gout, Seminal Emissions, I m potency,
Aiilim, Heart Dlresse, Dvspeps'a, Constipation.
Ervslpeia. Indication. Hernia or Hupture, Cat
arrh, Files, Epilepsy, bomb Ague, etc.
When any debility of the OENKItAfTVtt OH
CANS occurs, Lout Vitality, Lark of Nerve Force
and Vigor, .Vaetlng weakuess, and all those Dis
ease of a personal nature, from whatever cause,
the cont moos stream of magnetism, permeating
through the parts, must restore them to a healthy
action. There is no mistake about this . Appli
ance. TO THE LADIES:
Weakness of the Spine. Falling of the Womb,
Leucurrhiea, Chrome Inflammation or Ulceration
of the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, Suppressed and irregular Menstruation,
Barrenne-s, and Change of Life, this is the Best
Appliance and Curative Aeent known
For al turms of l-etnaie Di flcu.ties It is unsor
pnaed by anything before Invented, both as a
curative agent aud as a source of power atd vital
Ization. 1'rlce of either B.:lt with Magnetic Insoles, ill),
sent by eipre-s 0 O. D. and enminatlon al
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price. In ordering
eod measure of waist and size of shoe Kenilt
tance can be uisdc in currency, sixt in letter at
The Magnetic Oarments are adapted to all ages,
are worn over tha underclothing (u.it next to the
oody like the many Otlvsnl- ari't E.ectric Hum
bugs advertis d sn esutnsively). and should be
"k-n "fT at n irht. The. bold their 1'uWKK
KoKKVKK. aud are vu.rn at all 'eatons of t'j
.V-qI stamp fur the. "New 'teparturc In Medical
T esiment Wltbo n Medicine," with thousands of
TUK MViNETON AITLIANVE CO ,
ills' Slate htreet. Chicago. Ill .
Not Send one dollar In posing sunpior
currency (in letter at our risk! wlu size ol shoe
utuary worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In-
i lea. and be convinced of the power residing in
oar other Magnetic Appliances. l'oltively no
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
OFHH E: NO. 7H OHIO I.KVKK.
orncuL papsr opalbxandkrcounty.
rFRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Dxiiy one tear by carrier- 1J 00
i-iJ per ceut. uiscouu, u pna in auaucv.)
B.iily, oue year ty mail M 00
OillY, one month 1 oo
l'u'u Ished evcr morning (MontU)s excepted).
Week'y.one ytar 1 OP
We Wly, fi month" 100
Publlnhcdeverv Monday nvn.
"JT'Clabs of five or inoro lor Weekly Bulletin at
one tlm-, per year, $1.). Postage' in all case
invarublt im advance.
All Co:ntntinkut.ou should he addressed to
E. A. BL'RNE I'T,
Pnbliher and Proprietor.
KMiiKKU AT TI1B CAIIiO 1'OSTOFKICE FUK
VII A.NSMI8SIO.N' Til HOt'G II TIIE MAILS AT
BBCOND CLASS BATES.
Holding the Runs.
A goud driver hIwuv grasps the
ri'iris Ki that it psissrs into tln IkiimI un
der the littlo lirst, tlio ends of the
Angers, after the hands is dosed upon
the reins, ln-inin a perpendicular line.
This gives a vice-like prip which it is
almost impossible, for the leather to
slip through. Hut the wrong liabit
young drhers, and especially ladies
fall into, is to catch the rein in such a
way that when it enters the hand it
lirst passes over the forefinger; when
held in that way it is very hard to keep
it from slipping, and so it happens that
when an excited horse gives a quick
jerk and the lady feels the lines slip
die thinks her strength is inadequate,
loses her presence of mind, and in a
few minutes somuliody's hurt. If per
sons know how awkward a poor driver
looks they would try to improve.
There's nothing more ridiculous than a
green driver with his arms stretched
away out in front "pushing on the
lines." On the other hand, there is no
more pleasing sight than to see a well
trained driver, and especially in the
person of a pretty girl, sitting erect,
with hands close to tier slender waist,
the rein curling cutely over her deli
cate thumb, und the whip grasped lirm
ly, arching over the horses hack,
thread her way without nervousness or
fear through narrow, crowded streets,
or on hroad avenues, leave her timid
friends behind. In England fox hunt
ing has such a hold upon the people
that it girl is taught to ride almost he
fore she learns any! lung else. In Franco
the pleasure of individual driving has
never worked its way into the Jrcueh
woman's mind. In this country there
is a change coming, but is scarcely visi
ble at present except at the fashionable
centers, whore, a few of the loading la
dies are uoted horsewomen. A New
York lady enjoys almost as much dis
tinction as a queen, simply because sho
knows how tu dispense with the services
of a coachtnau and tone up her system
he manipulating tho ribbons over a
trotter's back us sho tlies along the
W. F. Lavudin, river editor o! i'hi HtiM.rrm
and steamboat pasaenxer agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Howor'a European Hotel. No. 75 Ohio levee.
BTAOES OF TDK RIVER.
The riYer marked by tliu gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 18 feet 6 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Nov. 2t. River 1 foot 7
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 21. River 12 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 21. River 7 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 21. Rivor 8 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Pitteburg, Nov. 21. River 3 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 21. River 10 feet 1 in
ch and falling.
The W. P. Halliday from St. Louis
passed down for New Orleans yesterday,
only moderately loaded.
Yesterday was mild and pleasant with
occasional fulls of rain and portentous
looking clouds threatening bad, wet
We made a flying visit home and missed
Tuesday' issue in the river column, but
the pleasure of the trip more than repaid
the absence or neglect of duty.
The Hudson from Ht. Louis is due to
night fur Shawneetown.
While in Paduoah Tuesday we met
Capt. Upturn, one of the staff of the News
office and ex-captain of a colored regiment
in the U. S. A , "and many other things."
The City of Providence from St. Louis
will pass down this morning for Yicks
buru. The City of New Orleans left St. Louis
last night and is duo here to-morrow morn
ing for the south.
Tho City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this
evening for Yicksburg.
Jim Brown, river editor of the News,
seemed to be in a nourishing condition
when we called on bim at bis office while
The Henry A. Tyler passed down for
Sletu.nlds yesterday at 10 a. ni. She had a
The Vint Siiinkle received a "white
wash" yesterday, in base ball parlance, as
she failed to get a passenger or a pound of
freight on her down trip. The cut in
papseDger rail fair south from St. Louis, is
little mote than interesting, and we hope
that a compromise will soou be effected
which will give the steamboats a show for
their white alley.
The D. R. Powell from New Orleans ar
rived here yesterday at 3 p. in. She had a
Rood up-stream trip. Departed for St.
Louis at 4 p. in.
The Cons. Jlillar for Cincinnati is due
this evening from Memphis.
The Ii. R. Springer will report here early
this morning for Cincinnati. She has part
of the cargo of the ill fated steamer Will
Kyle, which sunk a few days since at Aus
tralia, Miss. Some of the boat's crew are on
The J. 11. Hillman from Nashville is due
this morning, and leaves on her return trip
The Mary Houston from Cincinnati, one
of the best and most popular boats of the
big "O" line, will receive freight and peo
ple for the south to-day.
The London 7'i;jca savs that, ".oon
er or later, every dist;n-'ui.-bed English
man seems bound to visit the United
States." Sooner or Inter everv English
man who wishes to feel that he h:i
seen the world will visit us, even if he
is not distinguished. Xnr York- Al ul.
Judge James, of Washington, has de
fined -habitual drunkenness'' to be
coming home intoxicated three or foiu
times a year. Applications for divorce
are becoming more numerous at the
The Weather To-morrow.
Cleveland, O. The Plain Dealer says
the indications point to serve changes in
tha weather, and that in consequence drug
gists place on the "handy shelf," a large sup
ply of St. Jacobs Oil, the sovereign remedy
for pains induced by the inclement weather.
Harper's Magazine for December is a
Christmas number, with an extraordinary
wealth and variety of papers, poems and
pictures, by au array of authors and artists
(American and English) seldom, if ever,
brought together bofore.
The number has four extra plates, in ad
dition to its usual 160 well-filled pages.
The illustrations alone have cost, it is
statod, over $10,000.
The poet Whittier contributes a most
worthy and beautiful Christmas poem,
"The Supper of St. Gregory," illustrated by
F. S. Church. '
iT,Thackeray's daughter contributes a de
lightful personal sketch of her father's
friend, the poet Tennyson, for which he has
himself given her material.
E. P. Roc, of whose novels 400,000 copies
have been sold, begins "a novel novel,"
"Nature's Serial Story," iu which he pro-
jjueon muuiu oy montu to iouow tne round
of country life.
The cumber is very strong in stories.
Mr. W. D. Howells contributes a delight
ful farce, "The Register," which Mr. Rein
hart illustrates ;Boughton, tho artist, makes
his debut as a story-teller with "The Kiss.
tog-Bridge," a legend of Albany, illus
trated by a full-page plate from himself;
Charles Reade has a characteristic story,
"There'g many a 8hp 'twut the Cup and
The flditnrial donnr man fa ara ma K!Ui
AS UflllAl ! thA Draw At ha a t1ataan Intwt
ductory Cbristmss bit from the pen of
Charles Dudley Warner, and several illustrations.
J-f. E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
ha Street, between t'oin'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUN'iTION.
Safes Keaaired. All Kinds ol Kevs Mado.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'I Ave., Bet. 5th &. 6th Sts.,
jost received a full line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sll at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the heat of ST. L'lL'IS HAND MADK
and of HUSTON MAN UKACTUHES, LAUIES'
and CIIII.DHSN'S SHOES, and GENTS' KLI5
IJKK BOOTS and SHOES.
a0"VVe also make to order anything in our line
of the b'.-st material aud woramauhlp.
W. bTRATTON, Ca.ro, T. BIRD, Missouri.
STEATJ'OxN & BIRD,
No. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'.!.
fcy Agents American Powder Co.
W. TRIG Or,
A full stock" ot
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Shiugles, Lath aud Lumber of all Kinds
always ou baud.
Sixth St., - Cairo, 111.
Mrs. ADELAIDE CDND1FF,
NO. 33 EIGHTH STEET,
Her s'rek of Millinery Goods is entirely new and
comprises everything to be found in a uii iuery
establishment. 1 rices are reasonable.
irif Dresses Cut and Made to Order.
Your patronage la solicited. Ill lm.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet 1 pa i , Til
Commercial Avonne ' rtllal 11J.
jai. B. SMITH.
IUBBBT A. SMITU
Grand Central Store.
CIKO. - - "IXIj.
The fine passenger and freight steamer
T. N. KIMBROCGII, Master.
Tuesdays, Mondays and Thursdays.
PAUL BLACKMAR & CO.,
Big Bapids, Mich.,
Manufacturers and Ooneral Doalors In
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Buy direct from the Saw Mill, and
No price lists issned, bat will be pleased to quote,
SSL re2 pr,CM on rd Lumber, etc.,
Too need. U14-2td
TO I'AHESTS A.ND OTIItlU TIIE OMPU.vNS'
We have had a (jmat Improvement In the health
of ourchildreu by the use of Spiffs Hpecifl:. We
nad among the children soma who had scrofula
notably one case in which it was
We got some of Swift's Specifics and gave It to this
case, and in a short while it was cured sound and
V M bad c"u' I think, as 1 ever saw.
and had been under excellent physicians with no
permanent ben' fit. We have i org giving it to all
the ch'ldren as a health tonic. Ws have lour chil
dren and one sedmatress who, lor years, have saf
fwd inten'elv every spring with erysipelas, and
though they nad been taking Swift's Hpeclllc only
In small doses as a health toolc, they all, without
exception. pasud through this spring without a
touch of the cum plaint.
A yoiing lady of the institution, who has been
with us for years, has been troubled with a inot
anitravated ra-h ever since she was a child. She
tried all the known remedies that aro prescribed
lor It with no benefit; but she bus been cured by
taKitg Swift s Sp'.cillc, and has had no return of
the trouble .
It is such an excellent tonic, and keeps the Mood
SO pure, that the Sjcteni is less liable to contract
disease. All of the teachers and children w ho are
old enough to know astree with me in Iwllevlng 11
Is the greateat mediciuo known. Mv laith In it la
unbounded, and I and my assistants take preat
pleasure in recommending It to every ne. 1 can
at all times ha found at the Home, and will take
pleamro In seeing or corresponding with any who
is interested Iu the remedy.
Rev, L. Ii. I'AISK, Orphans' Houi".
Our treatise on U'ond and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants. THE sWIFT hi'EClKK t,U.,
Drawer a, Atlanta, Ga.
W tV AT"
4T V" t AT
rpriE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bankin? Pnsiness
TIIOS. W. UAJiUDAV
JNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. AV.irAliDA-i ,
1II TUAL All h(M.'lLTY.
JJUKEKA! EUREKA! I
SUBSTITUTE FoR LIFE INSUK.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jul v Ut.li, 1877, TJmler the Laws o
the Mute of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
JAS. S. McOAHKV..
J. II. H0I1IN8ON
J. A. UOLUSTINK...
W.H. MAUEAIN I
J. S. PETKIK f
... Modlcal Ad vie. 't a
ED. II. WHITE
KXKCUT1VK COMMlT'l'J'; I
Wm V. PITCH K II, I.. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCELYN. F. V1NCKNT.
WILL T. KEDUUKX.
HOAIiD OF MAMAOIGKH:
J. A. Goldstinn nrnnt.Ulltiu Itmonuili,. u.
sale and retail orv good, etc.; Jan, S. MeUnhey
' , , nai. r. i in ner, gonerai aeni :
Albert Lewis, dealt in Hour ami grain; I.. S.
'Ihomas. hrirkluvnr. Pl.llll,,. .........
and builder; H. A. Chumbhiy, grocer! Tlios.
Lewis, secretary and altorney-at-law; V. .
Man-an, INmiepathic Physician; II. 8a der, of
Harder Hon. grocers; K. II . Halrd, alret- super
visor: Kd II. WMl,. ...'t m..A W l Kl I u .
c etv: . I. W Si.l... l..,.,h. ....I ........in. l i
Oeriitgon, barber: R. B. Dietrich, cleric W.', Ht. L.
M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
' In. di'Bliir In v all-paper and window shades; J.
K. hugllHh, contractor and bnildur; WiHT. Ited
liiirn.of Morse Knilburn, cigar nmnufaeturerHj
K. Vincent, dealer in lime and cement; I. A.
i nrips, puotogrnphcr; W.C. Jmolyu, deultst; h
II . Tahnr. mr. i..ut.. I It u..i,i,,..,n i i .. ..j
tintarv mililU .T u V..t., i,ku.ini.!..ii ' iir
Bostwick, Insurance agent; B.' K. Jarhof.Voretimn
Bt. Oas mains, and K K. Walbndge, lumber and
" """i i ;airo; u. i.oigiuou, casiusr Nat.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; lie v. F. A. Wllkersou, Pruis
urc Kjf. i J.W. Tarry, phynlclan.Fulton, Kj .
J- 5 ,
Wm. Lndwi & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Lndwig & Co.
i ew dbops appuea to tne sunaee will Penetrate to the very Bone,
tnd almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil C.
nor dUoolor the Skin, or leave
haswor.QfAr.forlhe Cure of RhtrJinn.tlsm, Sprains. Emiea.
Stiff Joints, Nouraleia, Lame
ir Auroat, rains in me umoi riu uuy pari, ui me .-mi'iii
aim is eitiany eineaeious tor ail pains in tne stomach and Bowels,
retiulrlug a powerful diffusive stiinulant. See Merrpll't Alnmn.ic.
Ask your Druggist lor it. Trice M cts per bottle WHZ'
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL, I i)
No Longer Needed.
The old-fashioned, slow-acting plasters "must
Co.'' Ilciisou's Capaiae Porous Plasters art the
best. '.!. cents,
P A If I)V Esthetics, (1 designs). SomethiuK
viixuo guod. Mailed on receipt of rl centa
i stamps. IIKAKNK it CO., P.O. Boi 1 8:,N.Y.
AVANi KIj -Ladies aud younn men wishluK to
' ' earn 1 to3 every dav quietly at their homos;
work luruialied; seul by mall; no canvasaini;; no
stamps required for reply. Please address KDW.
F. lAVls A CO., 58 .South Main St., Fall Kiver,
M ass .
Klv's Cream Balm,
'ream Balm has ealned an enviable reputation
wherever known; displacing all o'her preparations.
Send forclrc.ular containing full Inform-tlnn and
reliable lesiiuinnials. lly mail, prepaid, 50 conts a
piii:k i' atainps received. Nold by all wholesale
and retail druirgiWH. ELY'S HE AM BALM CO.,
Owego. New Y .rk.
I.UrjlO Bro-i,lDB. f,
Byron. !0c .Mrs.
f)5c, Campbell. Inc .
Chaucer. bUc.. Dante. 5(lr.. Drvtlen
5ic , (iueihe, 7ilc. Ooldsmlth. 5 c, Hemans, 5uc
Liadaud 0,lys-ey, ?0c , ili.od, rflc., Ingel.iw. &oc.,
Keata, He.. Mtr-dith. 5o, Milton, 5c., Moore,
'tc , Pope Mlc. Poe, 40c , Schiller, 4nc, Scolt. Mo
1 1 nnyson, taic, Virgil. 4'., aud others. Fine cloth
tiitidiii? Sent for exatnination ttefure payment
on evidence or good faith. I'ataloeno free NOT
M by dca ors. JOHN B. ALDDN, Publishur,
is Ve-ev St., yew York,
1 have a poaitire remedy fnr tbaabova dissase : h its
nse tlKMiaiinds of casea of the wnrar kind and uf Ion
standing havs been eurad. Indeed, so strong ia my
faith in its etltcaey, that 1 will send TWO BOTTLES
FKKK, toethsr with a VALUAKLB TKKATIHK on
tlnsduoane. to any auffprer. tiiveexproas and P. U
addreaa. D&. T. A. SLQCIJM. 181 PearlSCNuw York
ll NH' Wn ,luL1' A T KACI1F.UI Super's
Jl Instantaneous linlde to Kevs of Piano
andOrtran. Price $1. S ill teach any person
to plav -j) pieces of utuic iu one day Y'ou could
not lear. it from a teacher in a month for $X). Try
it and be convinced. Sample copy wil. he mailed
to anv adore,- iu receipt of 25 cents in stamps by
HEAifNE CO., Puhiiahers, P, O Boa 1 Hi, N. T.
When I any cure 1 do nut mean morely to stop them
fnr a tune and then have them return afain, I mean a
radical enra. I have made the disease of 1 ITS, F.P1
1, KPS If O K F A LI. I NOB ICK N KS8 a life-lung at udy.
1 warrant my remedy to cure the worst oases. Becaune
others have failed is no reawm for not now receiving a
cura bend at once for s Treatise aud a Free Bottieof
my infallible romedy. Give Kipress and Post-ifBce. It
coats vou nxtbinii for a trial, and I will core you.
Addreaa Vu. U. U. BOOT. IS Pearl St., New York.
617 St. Cherles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular Grndnnts of twe medical
collegt--., has tieeii lmiirer enjraned In the treat
"f 'lirouio' Nervous, Mtln ami
Jtloficl OU.-.tses than aity other phvsb'ini In
St. Louis, aa city papers abaw ami all old real,
b un know. ('o:iiitaln t otllee or Iw mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
nt-ii ii. .tuliiif. When It lsfncoiiveiilent to visit
the city -or treatment, medicine can he sent
by iimll ir express everywhere. Curable raws
Biii,r.inti e,l; wiiere doubt exists it is frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostratloa, Debility, Mental and
Physi e al Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Imparities and Blood Poisoning, SkinAffec
tons, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Bheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgences or Exposures.
It l elf-evldent that a phvMclan paving
particular attention to a claa "of cases attain
meul skill, iuid i.h v slolaiik In regular prsetlcs
nl! over the country knowing this, frequently
reeou jiiend rases to the oldest oBlce 111 America
win r, every known apllanrti Is reaorted to,
and the proved good reiuttrlieia of all
aires and countries sis iiied. A whole Hons I
ii ed loriiillee piirHes, snd sll are treated with
skill In a rs;ectt'iil manner; and, knowing
what to do. no experiment are mads . On ac
count of Hie great number applvlng. the
eh,iri(es are kept low, otten lower tbsn Is
demanded hy others If vou seeure the skl'l
ami net a speedy and perfect lito cure, that Is
the Important matter. J'umphlet. so pages,
sent to auy address free.
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Flri-ant cloth and gilt blndlug. Sealed for 50
centa In pnataKf r currency. V)yr nfty won
lertul pen picture, true to life article.-. on the
follow luir subjtftt. W ho may marry, whonot;
ln t 1 ri).eraii toinairy. Who marry first.
lanhiKid. ft ninanhnnd. Phvvleal riecav. Who
shnulil iiiari'v. ilowllfesielTiiiiiplness mav be
lueri'iaed. Those married or contemplating
rjaii vlnif .liould read It. It oiuh t to h read
tiy all adult per-ous, tlieu krpt under Ira-k ami
key. PopulHr cdllliin. :iiip asstsivs, hut paper
fover and liiXI pngvs.Kiceut by mull, lu uionur '
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merm- THE PERFECT WRITING MACHINE.
Jj flEvery Machine vtarrautoil. Ad-
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t ,jri J mane paper feed, even uovsris.
j J Me tennion, no loat motion, bev-
f elH platen, light carriage. All
mr parts lii Uirchangeable. Does the
work ot throo penmen, much neater and more
legible. Prices, 1 70.00 and $85.00,
PARKER, HITTER CO., 420 N. 3d, SI. UuU.
AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Prices Pai.l for
Beeswax and Tallow.
A liiiwet lul lirepiiriitlcili i oiii-
ixiscd mostly of Essential Oil
I no most penetrating Liniment
knonn. .Noeonrpnlritfrl thnt
disagroeable effects of anv kind. It
Back, Cramps, Tooth-Acho.
FREE! FREE! I FREE!!!
This Season's New Descriptive Catalogue and
Price List of
Oulde Books, g g
Scenery l paper)
Beard, Ac, 4c.
fact, everything for Amatir Theatricals.
SAMUEL KhKXCU 4 SOS,
8 E. l ltli St , New Yorlc,
LANE & BODLEY GO'S
STEAM AND HYORAUUB
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
N.W. Missouri Farms for Sale
Send for Hats of CHOICE Farms In beat stock
country in the U. S. C. (i. COMSTOOK,
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