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What Will it Do?
Brown's Iron Bitters ? Good for
what? Well, see what it has done.
To begin with dyspepsia. It has
cured some of the worst cases.
. ; Then chills and fever. Who
wants to shake with cold and burn
1 with heat, when a bottle or two of
. . Brown's Iron Bitters will drive the
source of the mischief away ?
How about rheumatism f It cured
Mr. Brashear, of Baltimore, and
hundreds of others.
Those dreadful ne vous troubles.
Mr.Bcrlin, of Washington, the well
r known Patent attorney, was entirely
; relieved by Brown's-Iron Bitters.
The ailments of the kidneys.
i Brown's Iron Bitters cured Mr.
Montague, of Cliristianslmrg, Va..
, and an army of other sufferers.
Debility and lanqor. The Rev.
J. Marshall West, F.llicott City,
Md.,is one, of the many clergymen
restored by Brown's Iron Bitters.
And as with vertigo, malaria,
liver complaint, and headache,
. Brown's i Iron Bitters is the Great
Family Medicine. a
OUGHT TO KNOW.
Thcre'exlst s a moans of SO
enrinc; a soft, and brilliant
Complexion,-no matter how
:oor .it may naturally be.
Hasan's llasnolla Balm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
' Freckles, Tan, Redness,
Rouchness, Eruptions, Yul-
Sar Flushings, etc., etc. So
elicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
lo lady has the risht to
r present a dLstteured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is hold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
A Valoablii D icuverj f ir pupplylntf V.nifiieM-tn 'o
Ua Human lin em Eleciticttv aud Mainc-lli-ui
lllr.od kin ror bet.ire tor Hcliu.' the Mck.
,TU8 NAQSETJS 4PfHASf)K CO.'S
Maenette' KMIiey Belt! 1
HtvK MEN 13
tlf ft t tk a. XT m n .-V JYt t .
All hAi IK 1.1 IU UUKK u7.
T Kirt'Mi it, Ihc f I'turin? dioa withnu'tucd
Iclae Paiks iu its luric, hips, titui or mxrs,
IH'Ol l UKIIILITT, LlUHAill KtXtl. IIEB UTT,
uii'MATiiiit. riKii.rmn, xk(-(ial.ia, whtu,
mmu or tbi diiiti , nn-L macaw, toHiiu
litis, Oout, S'lnmal Kmtsatona. Iniuotcney,
Asthma, lln I iJi.eiau, I)i-p- a, OicrMpittori.
Irviiue , Indiseetion, li- rnta ir Kcipt'irc, Cat
rrh, rllua. I pllupey, ( tiinh Ague, tie.
Wbea dv dvliilyj ofUu UiiH-UlV- OU.
OAS9 ocvir. l.o; fl"l; . I.iv . of Nnrve r"no
II (i V1gr, anting v.. .a-.,i:, and al. ihoe l)ia
MCI of a i n'iai us urr, I rum Miatevcr cauae,
toaconlin totn t va n ol ui.gD"ttm uvrmetung
through lh part , m il nat-mi tUrtu to a healthy
action. Tint la no mi'imr a'toit Ihia Aop.1-
Wttkaaaa of the -pine Falling of tbe Womb.
Lcuearrhaw. Chrouic lufluuioatton ;r Ulceration
f the Womb, Incidental Jl-'ui -.rr.'iag or Flooding,
f alnful, Sunprea'-d an I Irregular MiMiatrioation,
irrentiea, atnl t'tiango of Life, t'na la the Best
AOtilaDc and Cnrat ve A?enl known
Ffct all lorraa of Keuui Di tl( -.uiL-a l t nnmr
aaiMd by an-tlitig efre In -nt'-l, h.itti at
cmntlTo ag-'ut aud aaaanur ) of power and vital
taatlon. Prin of tlthw Bel' with Magnntic lnole., I0,
MBt fcy expn.f 0 O I), aa'1 i inia v.ion al
lwo4', or ht mill on fcctpt of price I n ordvrine
Mol won ol ttalat inf Uu of eli.ti: Hunlt-
tCB can bti niiac la c irrujey, aoct 'u lct'vrnt
Tb Magnetfc Oi-nictil are a laptod to all agtie,
in worn "Tor th undi'n-loih'u (i t m xt tn the
Wdy lik' th'' m viy J j i v i 1 1 . n,i l E'ecMc Ilam
Jklgi idT-rila d o (S'nniiivelj i, mi 'I rhoitld be
Uk a off at HKb.1. The, hold fi.tr pnV.K
VUBB7SH, and are worn it all acanni of t'.e
f Send atatr.o fir the "New Pcpartaro in Medlesl
ifreBtnteot Wlihu it Modtciuu," with thouenndi of
THB M V'iNETDN APPI.IASJK CO.,
. UH State Street, ChiC'ipj, 111 .
Mori. Send one dul ar In doi'Iim all aiw or
Mrreocr (in lottr it oar rlk) wit i Hz ot shoe
aioniT worn, inn try a pair 01 our Magnetic in-
aw, ina ne conTi.icea o: tne powur rvaiuinii in
nr other Mitrnutto Aoullaaces. Po1tivlT no
hold fott when they are worn, or money rfndod.
KIDNEY and LIVER
And Indiffotition Cures.
And Bilious Ispecincs.
RAIN and NERVE
short, take all tbe best qualities of
these, and the best qualities of all
t ..... . - .1.. H'l.l 1
mni ueaiciues ui iu muhu ouu
will find that HOP BITTERS have
best curative qualities aud powers
11 concentrated in them, and that
' will cure when any r all of these.
Iy or combined, fail. A thorough
l wiU fflve positive proof of this.
The Daily Bulletin.
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one tlm -, per yeur. 1.50. Poitaie in ill caaea
All Comma nlciliona ehould be iddreaeed to
E. A BURNS rr,
Puhliauer end 1'roDrietor.
The coroner's jury la the esse of Noah
Hih. at Hodge's Park, found a verdict
clearing young Jouea of all blame for ihoot
ing lii'b, and tbe young mat) wis re
leased. "Pinch" was up in arms again, just a
little, Friday night. Belle Goings had
Harriet Burnett' "man," and the demon,
jeal'uy, tired Harriet's braiu and filled her
vitgin heart with a thiiet for vengeance
ajuinst her successful rival. Aruied with
a villainous looking knife, bdo
sought to quench her thirst, but meeting
with a birred door at Belle's domicile, she
had to content herself with venting her
rage upon this, and she buried the knife
deep in the woodeu obstruction, though
n l as deep as ode would doubtless have
buried it in the biack carcass ol Belle had
alio gotten a climce. Shu was arrested ly
C uibt .b.e Scheelinn and tiuid $5 aud cots
by Justice Uobiusu yebtenlay.
"Lights o' Lmd in" dre goo I houses
again yeaterday, both afteruo-ia and
night. The fact that this play
has nearly filled the Opera Houi-e
four times in three days with large,
fashionable audiences, diawn from a city of
this s s j and its vicinity, certainly proves
that there are many amusement-loving peo
ple here, ind that tbeycn be brought out
if go A attractions are presented. Tbe
company that has drawn so well and
pleased so well here, must letve with a
kind remembrance of Cairo. It will do its
Ibarn, no doubt, in giving Cairo a grx d
name among the fraternity, thus bettering
our chances for obtaining the best theat
rics! talent in tho country every season. To
this end the hearty support of really good
talent whou it comes, by the lovers of
amusement in the city, is absolutely neces
sary, end should be furthcoming on every
We arivglad to announce tbe return of
the charming little actress, Lizzie May
Timer, who mill appear at the Opera House
Friday evening, December 7th, in Mr. and
Sirs. McKeo Kankins mclo-drama, MO.''
Miss Ulmer visited us earlier iu tbe season,
and, while tbe audience was not large,
it was, perhaps, as well pleased as any
which has taken possession of the theatre
this season. So well did sho entertain that
numerous requests have been submitted to
Cspt. Shields, that she might be induced to
play a return engagement. Being enroute
south, and having a layover dght, it was
decided that Cairo should tweone more
opportunity to see a young but first-class
actress, in a character which has heretofore
been handled only by the most experienced
talent. "The Carrots" in Miss Ulmer hss
drawn tho most flattering notices from tbe
press throughout the century and there is
but little 'doubt that she will please every
Ten idlers to one worker is about the
average among people who are drawn to
witness any work ot a special nature, in
tbe execution of which all ehould be ac
tively interested.: But at a fire the prepon
derance of idlers is much greater excopt
in cold, disagreeable nights. At the fire
yesterday raoroing the firemen: and a lew
citizt ns labored bard and long,' and were
frequently seriously interfered with in their
work by men and boja who stood by with
their hands in .their p whets, no doubt criti
rising severely the manner iu which tbe
firemen sought to subdue the' flames. But
when, att,ef the men who bad wora-them-lelves
out'at the engine and were compelled
to quit, help was called for, few responses
came, and many refused when requested
to help by , an . officer. One man
was arrested - for - refusing and was
fined $3 and costs by Magistrate Comings.
Dozens of others' might : have been served
the same way. Strong, t healthy men
should always be willing to lend a helping
hand at a fire, if necessary;' If they do not
wish to do so they bad better remain away
and not swell the crowd that always gathers
at a fire, and impedes and obstructs tbo
firemen in their work.
Anothor bad fire occurred in this city
about 8 o'clock yesterday morning, in the
immediato neighborhood of tho previous
be, destroying one and greatly damaging
the other of Mr. Thomas Kano'i two fraino
buildings on Washington avenue, above
Eleventh street. .The fire, was first discov
ered in the'south side of the lower building,
burning up along the flue,' from the sill
clear to tbe ( roof. The alarm brought all
the tire companies in the city out, including
the steamer, and though water was some
what scarce in tho neighborhood, neatly all
the cisterns having boon pumped dry to ex-
CAIRO BULLETIN: '.SUNDAY MORNING. DEfiRMKRff-s- ,,.
tioguish the fire there of tbiee days before,
yet in a little while six or seven streams of
water were playing upon the fire. Tbe lower
house was entirely destroyed but by good
work nearly all the upper one was saved,
though in a damaged state. The former
was occupied below partly as a billiard
hall by Wm. McCander, and partly as a
cigar stand end by Win. Bode; in tbe upper
story Mr. Bodo livud and had his cigar
factory. The latter was occupied
only up stairs, by a family named
Chapman. Mr. Ksu..', who owned the
bouses, estimates his loss at $1,500. He
has insurance tor $1,000 in the North
British & Mercantile and $1,000 iu the
German, of Freeport. Mr. McCander held
insurance for $1,000 in the Queen, of Lon
don, and estimates his loss at tho same
amouut. Mr. Bode thinks his loss will
foot up something like $800, and is in
sured for but $500, likewise in the Queen.
Mr. Chapman saved all his household goods.
Tbo insurance companies are all repre
sented here by Messrs. Wells 4 Kerth.
There was much talk of incendiarism in
connection with this fire, but there was
little reason to belitvo that this was the
He Wins lib Kacea. r. . 4
Allstos, Mass. Mr. J. J. Bowen, tho
expert handler of trotters, whose valuable
racing sUllion was mysteriously attacked
with severe lamelee?, gives this to the pub
lic. After our best veterinary surgeon'lmd
him under treatment for a long time, with
out benefiting tho horse, I used St. Jacobs
Oil. Theauiiual entirely recovered, and is
well and sound as ever. St. Jacobs Oil is
superior to everything th'it has come to my
notiee in thirty years. Mr. Bowen drives
This ciptiv tting little damsel returns to
us Tuesday evening with a new piece, en
titled the "Puritan Maid," v. Inch treats of
iucMeuts during the r-ign of Witchcraft in
the New England states.
Mist Milder.i wih last seen here in
"F"giiS Ferry" aod while she scored a very
pronounced success "in it was induced to
lake another play more suited to her versi
tile talent. She is petite, pretty, bright and
tttlented, and should, aud will receive lib
HOLIDAY AN N OUNCE M Ell T !
Once more I call your attention to my
large and magnificent stock of holiday
goods purchased after a thorough tour
through the eastern and western cities.'
My stock consists ot m:iuy dcw and useful
articles that will meet the wants of all, and
are as follows: Willow and Rattan chairs,
French china dinner and tea sets iu plain
white moss rose and gold bund. Decorated
tea and dinner sets, tea Bvts consisting of
58 pieces as low as $5 per set.
A very large- line of silver plated ware of
the l est make atid of the latest designs,
also a hmdaotut! iittiortment of carving
knives and forks with add without steels.
My new stock of toilet soaps take the
cake for price aod quality, with many other
haudsome and useful articles, which would
take a wholu newspaper to enumerate.
Please don't fail to call and take a thorough
look lroui topto bottom, as there are goods
in every corner ana I feel assured your
verdict will be, there aro few cities west
that can b ast of ai tine a display of novelty
and fancy goods as you will seu at Daniel
Uartman's crockory store.
PBLSKMEU TO THE CITY COUNCIL FKIDAT
NIGHT BY TUE HT. LOUS CAIRO K. B.
To llits Muj-or and Common Coucll of the City of
Your petitionor, the St. Louis & Cairo
railroad compauy, respectfully requests this
houorable body to puss an ordinance grant
ing its consent to said railroad company to
cross what is uow known as "Washington
avenue extended" to the uorth ot Cross
levee and also to cross said Cross levee with
its proposed new line of railroad.
In presenting this petition your petition
er begs to submit as follows :
tFirst That some years since being as
sured that Washington avenue did not ex
tend to tho point at which this compauy de
sires to cross the same, this company and
its predi-ceaaots expended a large sum ot
money in Cnnuectiou with its rigtit of way,
wuicli riiiht ot way It bus not been able to
use because ot objections by the authorities
of the city of Cairo to tbe crossing by this
company's railroad at the point desig
nated, and also at said cross levee; that
tins work wns done witu no intention ot
avoiding the control of the city over any of
its streets or avenues, but iu enure iguor
auce that such avenue was claimed to be
extended to that point; that a suit resulted
anu has been pending for so loug that your
petitioner thinks it cxpeuienr, and asks at
this time the cousent of the city to cross at
tbe points indicated.
Second That tbe St. Louis & Cairo
railroad has been and is of great value to
this city; that it bas prevented monopoly,
has reduced rates of transportation and has
afforded increased facilities. Your petU
Honor submits that these facts should com
mend this application to tbe favorable con
sideration of this honorable body.
Third That the fact that there has been
any feeling or antagonism between the
city authorities and the railroid. company
heretofore operating this road should not
influence tho action of the city as to this
company, nor operate to the latter's preju-
Fourth That this company desires to
mako a pormaneut entry iuto Cairo and to
make large improvements, all of which
would be ol much value to this city; that
tho failure to secure, the consont of the city
to cross at the points mentioned is delaying
and may entirely frustrate these proposed
It is the desire of this company to carrv
out to the fullest its original intention, and
(unless obliged to do so) not to be led to
diminish in any way the facilities it ex.
pectert to lurnish.
St. Louis A Caiko U. R. Co.,
By W. F. WnrrBiiorjHK.
A Peculiar Ljbel Suit.1 j
A citizen "of Cleveland, of 'Bohemian
extraction, i,ag gUllj i. Volnont, a Bo
hcmiHri paper of thru city, for damages
to tho amount of $10,000. Hi hat is
.alleged to have bii-n blown oil' hi htmd
during a storm, 'Mud to make, mattui
senouMt began to- ponr." Tim .Iocs
not heeni to lie n-veivly ilamagiug- . lo
N.nc.'s good name, character, rcjuita
titm and biiMtici..'', as b . declines. It
win the alleged coiiM-quciiec' of In
pouriug tlim injured tho foelingsof Mr.
Shuck, the, Bohoiiiinii pcntlciuan. '-It
washed the litil-.jc.nse out of Shuck's
pate," ami -to present a possible ecupc
of the pooi counti vinan devoid of m-iisc,
it's nece,s.,rv to pllt i,jm j j.,
cause it is not known where In- mav
bid" in his confusion. We a A even'
ou who learn,, of him to nolitv. the
olic( who will full v compeuintc
them." This .'utilising jest, a the edi
tor or reporter tid.tit'lv thought it,
roijy prove to bo a joke like tho Afri
can's lio declared that he led a man's
hr.s from the mau'n stable to his own
.just tor a joke.'' , Tho judge haid that
wu.s Taming a joke too far.'.' and .sen
tcocd liim to a vwbitheiuiiuteiitinrr.
SOMETHING USEFUL AJD VALUA
BLE IN . MANY WAYS.
We to-day received from J." II. Zeilin &
Co., the proprietors of Siiumous L vor Reg
ulator, and Daibys Prophylactic Fluid, a
copy of " The Peoples' Regulator'," a ; pock
et companion useful for everybody, maD,
woman and child, and wu hope all our
readers will get a copy as tbey will find it
vsluablc in many ways. Tbey mail it to
any oue sending tbeui their address.
A goutlemsn fronj Orwell, Pa., called uiv
attention to Ely's Cream Bairn as a remedy
for Catu'ih, Hay Fever, dfce. He was so
earnest in asserting it to be a positive cure
(hitnselt having been cured by it) th.it I
purchased a stock. The Rdm has alreadv
effected rures. P. F. Hyatt. M. 1). Bor-
dentowc, N. J.
rtucKien's Arnica halve
The Best Salve In the worln for Cuk
bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevn
Nre, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblait.s,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
9. ntntl nur hiv Ei a.U t.. f ......
Almost Insane and Cured
"Most of the eminent doctors in the east,
as will as si vend of the medical faculty in
New York city," writes Rev. P. P. Shirley,
of Chicago, "failed to belp our daughter's
epilepsy, which began to show signs of
turoiog into insanity. By the food provi
dence of God we tried Samaritan Nervine,
ana it cured her." Your druggist keeps it.
Never Give Up.
If you are sum-rite; ith low and de
pressed spirits, loss of uupctite, ueneral
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will bo surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
rou will be iuanirod wi'fli now Iif- iOr...rr.
and activity will return; pain and misi.rv
win cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
iu tho praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros, (.j)
For seven years Allen's Brain Food bus
stood the strongest tests as to its merits iu
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility nod
restoring lost powers to the weakened Oeu
ative System, snd, in no instance, hss it
ever failed; test it. fl; 6 for fVAt
Millions Ulven Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs uml
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful , modicino. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and got a , trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
cure. ' (.";
None But First Class, Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry nnJ Silverware, one
should have the best or none.' Mers.
Shdrlet & Co., Chicago, aro nukitig a
specialty ot tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
Stato Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privileg- of examin
ation, enabling you to do purehning nt
home. Remember, Sburley & C"., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send fok their new
AND BEAUTIFULLY fl.LCBTKATEDCATALOOl'F
To The West.
There aro a number ot routes loading to
the above-nentioned section, bui tha direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains doily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S Int Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St, Joseph and Omaba.
. Pullman Palace. Sleeping Cars of the very
firest nike are attached to all trains.
At Ksosas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia. -stcoct with express trains t-f all
, At Atchison, connection is made with
express trails for , Kansas uud Nubiaaka
At Omaha, connection j8 made with the
Overland trait o-r California. -
This line offers to parties euruuto to the
West and Northwest, not 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 this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. KlHHAJf, r. Chandlek, '
Ass'tOonl Pam. Agent. ' Gen'l Pass Agent.
After having used . a largo number of
prep irttions for, Catarrh, I havo become
satisfied that of them all Ely's Cream (hint
gives me tbe most relief. 1 csu recom
mend it to any ono who may have Catarrh,
Cold in the bead or hay fever S.B. Lkwip,
Principal Graded School, Clinton, Wis.
" " IUJO.
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, lure, Wool,
i Lndwie: ,
pew deovs applied to tho srtrfarv mil Penetrate to tha very Bone,
uid almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIM! Itwilt no fiit fZlt-Z'
nor dUoolor the Skin, or Iwp disagrfoable effpets of anv krnti It
hMNQKgHM.frtrthB Care of RheamaHsm. Sprain Brntftiw.
Stiff Joints. NsnralirlA. I.nma
Som Tkroat Paius in the
uo ; cumiy eineaciuuH ror jui
""i"'""" i'unviiut uiuusivc ouuiuiiiia. out-.iiprrc'in ."niannrt
Ask your Dnigglst for it. Trice 50
rrepared onty by JACOB S. MERRELL,
VThoMroln PriitrglBt, gT. LOUIS. MO
No Longer Neodtd.
i no oni i lantonou, How-actln? plnntera "mat
' Benson 'i Cafalte roroua I'lastt-rf ar. tba
iS'i cu te.
fMRliS -'H't'c". 14 iiimgu). H.-methltiB
Boou. Mailed on rorulut of cent-.
In .tarn pa. liKAnXK ACQ, P.O. Box 1 50, N.Y
AVA.N l'-U -Lailloa and youug men ulnUnx lo
' ' earn 91 to 3 every dair quietly at tlieir li unea
wor- furniahed; nut hv mad; no canvansim;: no
PlampH n-qutrud for rf-ply. Please aiidn hliW,
F. ...VVlo 4 CO., S8 uth Jldiu St., Kail l.iver,
Ely's Cream Balm,
'ream Halm bas cnlnod an envlnhli- rcinitnilnn
wht-r- vcr know.i ; (UvttlacliJC U hr pn-pnratloni.
Sond fur circmar coutalninir full luinrin it
n-l'ahle t' stlmnii alt Kv uiuil, pn-haid, 5") coiili- a
p-ckHir (tarapa receWcd. hold hv all wholcaalo
and rlalldrus!Bt.U. KLV'S , UttAM n.VLMC'O.,
Oweco, New Y rk.
T)ljVI)Lj Burue, yie , Bvron. :iv Mra.
J- Ui-J In "row nlufj. o.V.. r'limpiiull, J0C ,
- I'liancer, IU ., Dniite, Mk-., lirydej
yie , t.oetlip. 7ic Uoldptnlth. 0 c , Ik-nmiia, & ,
JiiaUamt Udy'i-y, 70c , Hood, 'He, lnnuljw. yc.,
Ktat, 'c, .Mi r-dltli. ?nc. MMtnn. mii-.. n..n.
JC, I'opp Wc . for, Hie , 8rhlilor,4i'C, Scotl, NV.
uii.nuii, 'in, irun, vc. , nun (Hlier. t int; clot ,1
Diuninu Mcnt lor vxamtntnton be(..r
uii oviuentaul (rood
tubs' b t;Vrnf,uvB Tm-
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noin ny aea r,
IS Ve'i-j- St.. New
iiw t houannda of catnn nf th wnint kind and ol long
uui4ma; hv brm carsij. . Indcwl, so itront; l bit
(liihinitaeffioaojr.thatl will aond TWO Born.RS
r nr,i-ri(iinerwiin al.ua HLrt THKATI
tlm Hiot. to any Birterr. (.it rnrti! and P. U
addrett. V. T. A. SLOCVM. 181 FaarlBt .New York
W IISK1 Wn UuTj'T A TEArHKK! hoper'a
Jtl Instant aueon Guide toKevaof 'lno
andOrgau. Vrlte . Will tcacn nuv prrRuti
to play i.0 lIpcci of liimtc lu one rinv Yon rnnlil
not lear it from a t..chr In a month for fio. Try
it aud bo convinced, aamp'e copy wl be mulled
to Htiv addre-n on receipt of n-ntain ainmpa by
H KA KS B 4 Cl , Vub'l-hftti, I. l Boa 1IH , N . V.
WhHIl lb,v. ii I till nnt Kiun mrttl rt ninn ttiln
fnratiroeandtb''nh&rf thnj return artn, I m-n
Tlicl etirw. t hare mad !i1'io HUS, KlU-
i.bPfiV or Falling sick ness i. Mm? .i n,
I warrant my remmty to oiita t h wont caim Hacia
othnra ha tailod la do reanon for not uow rtrftftnna' a
my infallible reruay OIt tira aaaaiirl IW..(fl. . It
contsynu nnthln for a Inali n't I will oura you.
Addrwa Da. U. ti. KjjOT. IB Pwl fit. Kow York
617 St. Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, M0,
A. i pillar Cirailuniw of two medical
voCecm, hH l.-n U.d-.-rr eiiirnire.l In tho In-nt-5'."'
"f V?,ronic NrvouB, Mil ii nn, I
Jlloo.t J)lre-i.- Ihnn tr other pin alrlan In
St. Louts na vlty piM-ra thaw and aft m,l rert
denli fceow. iiimiit.iii.in ,.t otliep nr by mull,
frepmt.l Invito!. , fricml'v tiiikor lilsnplnlmi
costs n. ililiiL-. hen It inliieonveiileiit lovl-lt
the city .or treatment, inedlelnei run iM-m-nt
by mail or exprem rrrv here. CnraMe eae
?iihrauteedj n U'Te dould vxlrfta It Is fTKUkly
alated. t ailor Write. '
Kttous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and othr
affections of Tiiroat,Skta and .ones, Blood
Impuritiet and Blood PoiFoninr, Skin AtTee-
tiocs, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marrig, Eheumatif m, piles. .Speoial
attention to cues from oyor-yorkod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases atlsing from Improdences, Excesses
Indulged or Expotunis, ;
It. ifl rir-cvldnt that a phvalclan paj-lng ;
Vtitlcu'.xr alien i Mi to aclun oirawa attain
great aklli. nd pliralelaiin In ritiilar practice
all over Ilia country knowing till, frequently .
rccop Hiciid Caawito tbe old-ntt.ttlce In Amrlci, '
wliep; eiry knoirir apptiaum ta roanttml to,,
and elt proved g-od leucrlt of all
te and eounirlea r tiw't. A ho( hon !
used (orouir iHirimiwa, and all arrtwtd ithj :
aklll In a rirW'ni! inanuer: and, knowing
hat to do. noenrlnietiiirfni(nl. On ao
count of tbe great iiuiuotr apittTlna, tho
rharg;w ar ki-t ltr, ofini sww than l
rienmiiilatl by othera.' If voi wrura tin1 akl'l
'id (!"t .1 stvvly and i feet lif cifr. that ii
tlra Important matter. f'aublt. 6 pag'-c,
ax-nl to any addrrt frw. ...
puujs. I MARRIAGE GUIDE.!
Kletnnt cloth and filt binding. Healed for SO
f.U In Mtngi or i uin nc y. over flftv won
il.erlul pen picture, true lo life arllcli-Von tba
oltowlnir atiliM'Ct. v bu nuv innrrv who hm-
.i.- t-;.-...,s . ..... .. r.'.jTu- . . : h .
, (innii, n omannnno. inv-leal nwav, Mil
t'OtU-e.lDl llHi.ll1-' U hi. HlliM- Au.
ybou'.il mariv. Howllie ami h..lne--i nmv
Illere1ed. TlnMi m.iri'led m 4U)utniiiL.tliiij
Bianvlnit Imnld rend It. It oimlit lobe real
dr all adult peron, llen kei.t ninler loek and
y. ropui:it rniiNn.'Mimiaa jl-OVf, H)( pavr
eover and S"0aiia.gccuwb uiali, in niouey
, THS PtRfECT WRITiNO MACHIN
jEvery Machine warranted. A
THS PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINE.
ibvary luacnine arranti. Ad
lualablv tyif barafwfcetaulOf I
matirr purer nea.nncniinviria.
oie tenni'.n, no lost motion, ber
fled ttlntfu, light rariiago. All
work ol tlife V1iniU, murlt ntr qd rtarfl;
legible. mii.Vo.W-iidiM'.OO.r Si
pahker, nirrf n A CO., 420 N. 3d, St. Looft.
'& - po...
v t i i , a 1
AVENUK, CAIRO, ILL.
Prices Paid fbr- '
a powerful preiiaratiou com
x'Wil most! v of Kssentlnl OII
TV most penetrat ing Liniment
knmvn. Sinnri)iit.iitA,t .hot .
RoIr. I!r.amna T. 1. A
Limbs r lu any part ol the Kyutont
rams in tlie Stomach and BoweU,
cts per bottle
SEW ADVtt rtTISK VI KMTM.
ThU Smaon'i New I ecrlptWa Cataloin and
Price Llat, of , ,
51 Pi-v. ' ,
- Ktblb'Un Drama, -1
' Tableaux Idgbtt, '
i Loioren rire,
' Burnt Cork.
In f-irt. (.vcryiblfle for Amateiir f heitrlcali! ,Jk
8 AM I' EL KHKM'U A HON,
r . 8 E . 4tli . jitif Tort.
LANE & BODLEY GO'S
STEAM AND htDRAUUI ,
t CIKCITIXATI, OHIO
k n r
jn- O B r t A I; Q 9 V ' t
Missouri. hwas for Sale
s f ',lia jif ('1IOICB Fartaa lii bi'.oe
j rountr.v In the V. ti.-
Ct u. com anu: k.
Albany, But, trr CO.,
N i-1 Hper A'lvcrtlsliig Bureau, lO.Hjirate 8t ,S.T
OUT Or ORDER.
t 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
.iinii. i - u. i ' ii,.-
r.OR SALE BY,
11. meanala & Co., Cairo, III
L. C. BOYINGTON O
PATENT A0TOMATIO Ji'
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
Ti.i.ail iwrfertlT halaarM FOt.MKO BtD In tha
vni'M. tiuMiiniiHl, yet ao I lent that a child ran oven
and clow It ltli rax-. TlicyconrNn G R t A T
STBKN 'VTHi BKAuTIf Hld WVfrt?. Ht ja th
VFI;V HF..-T. nint oimpwt. EAttfKSf 00)10
I1KI. and l now ottered lutbii (ihnoa MX UKAP.
E--T patent Fokllrat lied on Hie market ItKCOiO
MIF.S KPA( 'E. bumh WB Ut and TKAR of CAR.
l, anil now nnercq laiinn pnnnoaa HmvHKAP.
;Tnlent Fokllr lied on Hie markeU ItKCOlO
IT'KS HPACE. imi-e WB Ut and TKAR of Cift.
PKTS.ltc p-11 BKCWMnOtfAl rROS VMTJ
KTS-ltc p-tlf BKCWMnOtfAl rROS VMTJ I )
in rn'ripKr iinliip -til i of let b.-n Ta IM i t I
Miillliaof Iho ch and Mif aHlrn fc all mtM.m 3 - ' '
Stud fur Dewi iptlva and llluatraied circular.
Factorv&0fIicel14S5 State St Chicago.
I 1 j . ii i i i iiiKrti-t-iajiiiita aaaf- ,
i iifa im at. i' t
ir-in aending ror circular who pncea, imm