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THE DAILY- CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4. ixs
What Will it Do?.
Brown's Iron Bitters ? Good fot
what? Well, see what it has done.
To begin with dyspepsia, ' It has ,
cured some of the worst cases. '
j ; Then chills and ever. Who
: Want3 to shake with cold and burn !
with heat, when a bottle or two of
Brown's Iron Hitters will drive the
source of the mischief away ?
J low about rheumatism fit cured
Mr. Brashear, of Baltimore, and
hundreds of others.
Those dreadful nervous troubles.
Mr.Berlin, of Washington, the well
known Patent attorney, was entirely
relieved bv Brown's Iron Bitters. :
The ailments of the kidneys.' ;
Brown's Iron Bitters cured Mr.
Montague, of Christiansburg, Va.
and an army of other sufferers.
Debility and langor. The Rev.
T. Marshall West, Ellicott City,
Md.,is one of the many clergymen
, restored by Brown's Iron Bitters. j
t And as with vertigo, malaria,
liver complaint, and headache,
.' Brown's Iron Bitters is the Great
Family Medicine. - a
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soil and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
poor it may naturally be.
Hasan's Magnolia Balm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, which instantly remores
Freckles, Tan. Redness,
ltouehness, Eruptions, Yol-
far Flushing, etc., etc. So
elicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady lias the right to
present a disfigured face in
KOciety when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
A Valuable Discover; for supplying Magnetism to
' in unman sys'em. Electricity ana Magnetism
utilized u never before (or Hulling th Kick.
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MEN 18
TtrT)D VTrn rrn pttdl' o
T RcrrNUCD, the following diss Without med
icine: Pitas IN TIH BACK, HIPS, USlD OR LIMBS,
IBTOUi DKBIUTT, IXIIUOO, OSBTSBAI, DRBILITT,
BHICHATUV, PABALTnll, KiURAUIIA, SOIATIA,
DISEASES or Till kvinll a thermal, DISEASES, TOkTtB
UTit, uoai, seminal emission, lapmiuf
Asthma. Hea-t Dlrease, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Errlpela, Indigestion. Hernia or Kapture, Cat
arrh, i'llus, hpllepsr, Dumb Ague, etc.
When auv debility of the UKNEKATIVB OR
GANS occurs. Lout Vitality, Lack of Narva Force
and Vigor, Wanting Woakn-iee, and all (hote Dn
ease, of a personal nature, from whatever causa,
the continuous stream of magnetism permeating
through the part, must restore tnem to a neaiin
action. There la no mistake about this App.l
rriifTTrD T I niPB. Ifvouareaffllcte.
JLV 1 IX U U:UAEiO. with Lame Back,
Weakness of the Spine. Falling of the Womb,
LeucrrhBa, Chronic Infliminatlon or ulceration
of the Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, huouressed and Irrevular Menstruation,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, this Is tbe Beat
Appliance and Curative Agent koown.
For all tonus of I-um!e Difficulties It it unsur-
' passed by anything bemre invented, both aa I
. curative aeut and as asoarce of power and vital
Price of either Belt with Magnetic Insoles, $10,
eent hv emreM C. O. L). ana examination al
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price. In ordering
lend measure of waist and eize of shoe. Remit
tance can be made in curroucy, eut in letter at
The Magnetic Garments are adapted to all ages
' axe worn over the underclothing (not next to tha
body like the many lialvauic and Klectrle Ham
ban advertised so extensively), and ahonld be
taken off at night. They hold their POWER
FOREVEU. and are worn at all season of the
'se'nd stamnfnr the "New Departure in Medical
Treatment Without Medicine," with thousands of
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
Hi But Street. Chicago, III
Sotb. Hend one dollar In Dosiaire itanps or
currency On letter at our risk) wltrj iz ot shoe
usually worn, ana try a pair 01 onr Magnetic in
eoles. and be convinced of the power residing to
oar other Magnetic Appliance. Positively no
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
Crick, Bpnini,Wrenches, Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Pleurisy Pains, Stitch In tha
Side, Backache, Swollen Joint,
Heart Disease, Bore Muscles,
Pain In the Chest, and all pain and aches either local or
deep-seated are Instantly relieved, and speedily cured by
the well-known Hop Plaster. Compounded, as tt Is, of
the medicinal virtues of fresh Bops, Owns, Balsams and
Extracts, It ls indeed tht bat pain-killing, stimulating,
oothlng and strengthening Porous Plaster ever mad.
Hop 1'lwUtr are sold by all druggist and sonntry (tores.
6 cents ornve r or si.uo f mm.
(failed on rno'lnt nf I mm ?
linn Mn.f.fVi I
Proprietors and Man
lr(JoaU.il tonguu, bad breath, sour stomach and liver
nlstse cured by Hnwloy's stomach and Liver Pills, Kleta.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Highest Cash Prta Paid for Wheat
Is a tsry iatorastlif beet, aal ass bwa pnemaceS' s ty
tasssaaas who bTt rtl it. It xplslss lbs priaslpUs of
Mis ass tata and th oris In of 4IM4MS. sad ihMld bs raa
f all Ifclakiof Mopli
Mr Ik ears
ervoua and Fhreleal SobUlw,
V. Lost ' '
7 m4 IU '
itaUty. fiefootlv Atsmorv. Dm
Ol t I
Wo trsla of aiMrdon proof hi oo by ovorwork so task.
pon don ay,
i olss n retaliation for Oatarrh. aWnftilo. aa.
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFNCK: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL PAP1B Of ALBIANDKR OOUMTT.
ENTBHKD AT TUB CAIBO POBTOFFIGB FOR
TBANSKM8ION TUftOCOH THE If AILS AT
KCOND CLAM RATES.
Writing from Union county, Illinois, a
correspondent of the Chicmjo. Tribune mj
that thisbaa been a most prosperous year for
the farmers and fruit-growers of southern
Illinois. From Centralia to Cairo they
have realized more profit, especially for
their fruit than ever before. More fine
apples have been harvested than from any
other section, and orchardists have received
from $1,000 to $5,000 for this year's crop
aloDS in a number ot instances, while ber
ries, tomatoes, melons and all other small
crops have also brought good prices. Tbe
wheat crop in Union county was much bet
ter than upon the prairies some thirty miles
north of that county, as on the open lands it
was a partial failure. Tbe drouth in Sep
tember delayed sowing of wheat, but the
fine wheat weather of October removed the
difficulty, and the wheat has been sown
and has come up and is in a promising con
dition. Farmers are not holding their
wheat. They were at the time the letter
was written some 30,000 bushel in the cribs
at Jonesboro, and that quantity will be
doubled in tbe course of this month A con
stant stream of grain wntfona was in that
town ech day unloading at the elevator,
hich has a capacity of 70,000 bushels.
This bewitching little lady will entertain
her triends at tbe Opera House to-night in
'Puritan Maid" being the drama selected
for tbe occasion.
It is a tale of Witchcraft and exemplifies
the state of society in New Eugland during
the reign of that horrible superstition. As
to tbe young lady who assumes the title
role, we can honestly say that she deserves
the cordial attention ot those who love
really fine acting. She has a pretty figure,
a pleasant ringing rich voice, with the most
perfect grace and ease of manner and above
all is perfectly natural.
We hope to Bee every one turn cut and
give the charming little lady a rousing
GRAND OPERATIC EVENT.
Manager Shields has the honor to an
nounce to tbe patrons of the Opera House
and the public generally, that he has
secured Grau's famous English Operatic
Co. for 2 nights only, Monday and Tuesday,
Dec. 10th and 11th, the first opera treat of
the season and the only attraction at tbe
Opera House during the week. Grau's
name has been connected with opera enter
prises for over 40 years in America and is
sufficient guarantee to our public that they
will see something first-class and well ren
dered. Tbe entire press speaks in the
highest terms of tbe above organization
This company claims to have the youngest
and handsomest ladies now before tbe
public in any organization. The sale of
seats opens Wednesday, Dec. 5 th at 9 a. m.
at Buder's jewely store.
Of the company's performance of Olivette,
the Savannah News says :
Savannah's partiality for light opera was
again most convincingly demonstrated at
tbe theatre last nig lit, by the presence of an
audience which required every seat for its
accommodation. "Olivette's" plot and tune
ful strains long ago became familiar to the
local playgoers, but its interpretation by the
Grau company was so sprightly, and the
witticisms so new and original, that the
presentation had many of the novelties of
a new production. The characters were
distributed among a cast of remarkably
well balanced voices, and the work was
well sung from the beginning to the end.
Tbe engagement will questionless prove
the success that so good a company should
.THE KLINE-LIND WEDDING.
Tbe wedding of Mr. Jacob Lind and
Miss Lena Kline occurred on Thanksgiving
day at 7 :30 p. m., at the residence of Father
Sweeney, of St. Joseph's Catholic church,
who performed the ceremony in the pres
ence of a few friends and relatives of the
The parties to the pleasant affair are
known to nearly everybody in the city.
Tbe bride is the daughter of Mr. Francis
Eline, one ot our old citizens, and has
been among the moBt popular in the society
in which she moved. The groom is the son
of Mr. Theodore Lind, of Cape Girardeau
He came here about nine years ago, and
has been three years in the employ of Mr.
Kliae, proving himself during that time to
be worthy of confidence and esteem.
The bride was arrayed on this festive oc
casion in a beautiful dress of cream-colored
silk, a veil, orange wreath and white slip
per; while the groom wore the conven
tional black suit and white kids an J tie.
The attendants were Miss Emma Bross
and Miss Tracy Elino, lister of the bride,
Mr. Peter Lind, brother of the groom,
and Mr. Ed Weil. The former wore
dresses of tarleton of a delicate shade, with
' The ceremonyljovcr, the parties wore
driven to the Rough and Ready fire com
pany's elegant ball, where a large company
ot friends and richly laden tables awaited
their arrival. The happy couple were over
whelmed with the congratulations of their
friends, and then after, chasing an hour or
two with flying feet to the strains of a
string band, the company proceeded to
sample some of the many and various good
things spread temptingly upon tbe tables.
The wedding cake was a real work of art,
both In design and io execution. It was
several foet high and surmounted by a
horseshoe, the emblem of luck, from the
arch of which a wedding bell was sus
pended. Mr. and Mrs. Lind will make their fu
ture home with the parents of the latter, at
the corner of Twelfth and Cedar streets,
and will be followed in their new state by
the good wishes of many friends here and
The following is a list ot the many beau
tiful presents received by the bride:
Scrap book, morocco cover, Mr. aud
Mrs. H. C. Lcflin.
Beautiful bed spread, Judge and Mrs. F.
Glass butter and fruit dishes, Charles
Majolic abutter dish, Mr. and Mrs. Bnn
dle. Majolic a fruit dish, Mr. and Mrs. John
Majolic a creamer, M'ibs Nellie Stack and
Majolic a pitcher, Miss Susie Quinn.
Statuette, Miss Emma Weil.
Set of glass vases, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Handsome toilet set, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Handsome fruit dish, Miss Annie Eoeb-
Mjolic a plaque, beautiful design, Miss
Complete smoking set, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Silver napkin rings, brother of groom.
Half dozen fruit plates, Mr. and Mr.
Louis H. Bross.
Silver, gold-lined sugar spoon, Jno. Rubs-
Majolica water safe, Fred. Eoehler, jr.
Rattan rocking chair, H.Eichhoff and
Silver berry dish, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Silver berry dish, Mrs. T. M. Eimbrough
Berry dish, Mr. Peter Shorr, Cincinnati,
Statuette, Mrs. Louis Blatto.
Handsome lamp, Miss Lizzie Webber.
Silver dinner cuter, Mrs. Lehmes and
Silver pickle caster, Mr. and Mrs. Geo
Silver pickle caster, H. L. Einner and
wife, mother and daughter.
Pickle caster, Mr. Calvin Harvey
Silver berry disb. Mr. and Mrs. A
One-half dozen silver table spoons, Mr,
and Mrs. J. Stiltzer.
One-half dozen silver tea spoons, Miss
One-half dozen silver knives and forks,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Farnbaker.
Breakfast caster, Mr. and Mrs. S. Taber.
Fancy lamp, Mr. G. Haas.
Large waiter, Mr. J as. Johnson.
Student's lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Silver aud gold lined cake basket, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Goldstine.
Elegant silver and glass pickle caster,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fitzgerald.
Individual, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ellis.
One-half dozen silver knives and forks,
Misses Bertha and Emma Rose.
Majolica tea set, Mrs. Young, Carmi,and
Mrs. M. Phillips, Cairo.
Plush Album, Mr. Jno. Jaiser.
Silver gold lined tea cup, Mr. L. Tessier.
Plush mirror, Miss Addie L. Fetih.
Toilet set, Lena Miller, Pinkneyville.
Set fruit plates, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Hen
dricks. Mustache cup, Mr. Oliver Thompson.
Beautiful jewel case, Miss Lula Weil.
Glass waiter and fruit dishes, Miss Eatie
Silver berry dish, Jno. Johnson.
Silver water pitcher, Mr. and Mrt. Mc
Grath. Glass cake stand, Mrs. Buckley and
. Silver cake basket, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Satin embroidered pin cushion, ' MiBS
Silver fruit disb, Mr. and Mrs. U. F.
Swinging water pitcher aud mug, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Walter.
Wall pocket and whisp broom holder,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hendricks, jr.
Two beautiful pictures, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Smith, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cane rocking chair, Mr. Frod Hofbeinz,
and Mr. Chas. D. Young.
Fine steel engraving, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Steel engraving and wall pocket com
bined, Mr. Cbas. Feuchter, jr.
Handsome wall pocket, Mr. D. Griffin
and Mrs. H. F. Goodyear.
Satin sofa pillow, antique lace cover,
Miss Amelia and Mr. Albeit Smith.
One-half dozen fancy towels, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Frank and son.
Linen table cloth and napkins to match,
Mr. E. L. Weil.
Linen table cloth, Miss Flora Malinsky.
One dozen fancy towels, Mrs. Jno. Mjor
and Mrs. A. M. Swayne.
Linen table cloth, Mr. and Mrs.W. F.
One-half dozen white napkins, Misses
Carrie Eolly and Carrie Djuthit.
Crochet tidy, Miss Lena, sister of groom,
Rocking chair, Mr. Louis Herbert.
Wash stand set, Mr. and Mrs.
Bread and sugar boxes, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Marble tr.p centre table, Mrs. Ike Har
rell. Eightday clock, Mr. and Mrs. Val.
Sixteen-day clock, Mr. H. Block and
One dozen napkins, Mr. T. E. Taylor.
Two fancy linen towels, Mrs. Theresia
Heerlick, Eaton, Ohio, auntot bride.
Tablo clock and napkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Pair fine woolen blankets Messrs.
Goldstine & Rosen water.
Cedar water bucket Mr. Charles Tell.
One dozen napkins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Tablecloth, and one-half dozen napkins,
Mrs. Christian Breihan.
Set wash stand mats, Miss Daisy Ellis.
White Marseilles bed spread, Miss Annie
Velvet Brussells mat and whisp broom
holder, Miss Tracy Eline.
Towel rack, Mr. Jno. Eline.
Kitchen stove and extention dining-room
table, father of bride.
Crumb brush and pan, Mr. W. M. David
son. China wash stand set, Mr. and Mrs. U.
White velvet and embroidered pin cush
ion and two satin covered cologne bott'es,
Miss Emma L. Bross.
Htnging lamp, mother of bride.
Two oil paintings, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
ind, Cape Girardeau.
Plush mirror, Mr. Eberbart Bucher.
Glass cake stand, Minnie O'Shea.
The following telegram was also re
Camden, O., Nov. 29, 1883.
The bride and groom, care Francis Eline.
May there be just clouds enough over
your lite to cause a glowing sunset, is a
wish of your uncle, Jacob Collet and tamily.
Make 920 for Christmas.
The publishers of Rutledge's Monthly
offer twelve valuable rewards in their
Monthly for December, among which is
the follow iug:
We will give $20.00 to the person telling
us how many verses there are containing but
three words each in tbe Old Testament
Scriptures by December 10th, 1883. Should
two or more correct answers be received,
the reward will be divided. The1 money
will be forwarded to the winner December
15th, 1883. Persons trying for the reward
must send 30 cent in silver (no postage
stampB taken) with tutii answers, for which
they will receive the January Monthly, in
which the name and address of the winner
of the reward and the correct answer will
be published, and in which several more
valuable rewards will be offered. Address
RlJTLEDQH PUHLISEINO COMFABY, Eaiton,
Thb Hop Plaater will cure Back Aohe,
and nil other pains instantly, 25cts. only, at
A Kemarkable Tribute.
Sidney Onrchundro, of Pittsburg. Pa., write:
"1 have nsed rR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM KOB
THE LUNGS many years, with th most gratifying
results. The relieving of Hall' Balsam is wun
wonderful. The pain and rack of th body licl
dentnl to a l'eht cough, soon disappear by the use
of a spoonful according to direction. Mv wile
frequently vnd for Hall' Balsam instead of a
physician, aud health la speedily restored by its
Red Horse Powder are the surest care fur dis
eases Id animal.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
is tbe oldest and best remedy tor Dyspepsia, Bll
llousness, Malaria, Indigestion, and all disorder
of the Stomach, and all diseases Indicating an im
pure condition of the Blood, Kidney and Liver.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering snd
crying with pain of cutting teeth) If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
riiarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole syBtem. Mrs. Wins
low'e Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tbe prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tbe United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 25 cents. (2)
We cannot help noticing the liberal odor
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of ; Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have tbe best or none. Messrs.
Smuklky & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot fine 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 Jewdlry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They' are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Expross Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer. Pnst.
master of Chicago, Gcn'l A." C. Bmith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. GOods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Sburley & Co., 77 State
StreetChicago, 111. 8bnd TORTHWR Ktw
AND BEAUTIFULLY, ILLBBTBITEO CATALOdUF.
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
rsw drops applied to the surface
and almost Instantly RIUCVI
I , lerlrrLrt i-kiw3
I I 1 Til flMil 311 IH
I A lllII."-iBBvl-"-i"-CJi
I II . taWHaawl ayjKJaBWCJaa
nor discolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of any kmd. It
hMQKQULforthe Cnre of RBaamattum. Sprain Brakes.
aun Joints, rt eureuglj, iaine uaoK uramps.
Sore Throat, Pains In tha Limb or In any par
land Is equally efficacious (or all pains
requinug a poweriui umusive Mimuiani. eee irrir Aimaimo.
Ask your Druggist lor It. Price 60
ITepaxcd only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
No Longer Needed.
Tbe olfl finhloned, alow-acting platters "mnit
Benaon' Capalr.e t'orou Waiter art the
P. A "R IVi jth:tlc . ( deatgna). Something
VJAXVLO ?0od. Mailed on receipt of eenU
m aiampa. no.AH.Mi suu., r.U. lloxl.B7,H.Y.
AVANTRD-Lailloa and young men wishing to
' earn hi in rki avnr nav n u I ar ihAir hnmAa
worn iurnishea: ent hv mall: no canvaaa ma: no
ctamn required for renl. P ease addre EDw.
r. uavis uu.,m Noum Main St., fall Kiver,
Ely's Cream Balm,
Cream Ralm ha gained an enviable reputation
wherever knowu ; dlaplacing all 01 her preparation.
Bend for circular containing full inform tlou and
reliable testimonial. By mall, prepaid, AO cent a
packag.- stamps received. Mold by all wholesale
and retail druKtale. ELY'S HE AM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y.-rk.
Burn, 50c, Byron, 50c., Mr.
Browning, 05c, Campbell, 40c.,
naucer, buc.. Unnte. M)c.. Drvdej
S0c., Goethe, 7nc, Goldsmith, 5"c, Hemans, &dc.,
Iliad and Odyssey, 70c , Hood, Nic., Ingelow. We.,
Keats, 40c Mer-dith, ilk., Milton, 5uc, Moore,
80c., Pope rifle., Poe, 40c , Schiller, ., Scott. 50c
Tennyson, AOc, Virgil. .tc., and others. Fin cloth
binding. Sent for examination before payment
onevidenceof good faith. Catalogue free NOT
sold by deaar. -JuHN B. ALDDN, Publisher,
18 Veey St., New York,
I km poattm rtoidj fnr Uiaabor alSMM : pf It
Ihouaanda of cuki of the wont kind and of long
standing have been cured. Indfwd, bo stronjr is mjr
vomaina ana oi ion
f.ilh InTljalllan lh(. I mill mmg TWO HUT
1'KKK, tonsillar with a VALUABLE TREATISK on
tnii diseaaa, to any sufTaivr. Give express and P. O.
address. Do. T. A. BLOOUH.1S1 Pearl St.Hew York
WITHOUT A TBACHKKI Koper'
Instantaneous Guide to Key or Piano
and Organ. Price $1. Will teach any person
to play iO pieces of mucic In one day. You conld
not learn it from a teacher in a month for $!). Try
it and be convinced Sample copy wil be mailed
to any adrirore on recutpt of X5 cent in stamps by
HKAKNE Alt), Publishers, P. O. Box 148", N. Y.
I GURE FITS!
Whn 1 say curu 1 do not mean merely f stop them
for a time and then havetheni retnrn epahitl meapa
radical care. I have made thfc)ii'HoJ UTS, KI'l
I warrant my remedy to cure t lie wont ease. Because
others have failed is no mitsnn for not now receiving a
onr Bend at once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Kipress and Postoftlc. It
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Address iiu. U. G. BOOT. It Pearl St., New York.
. 617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A ramilar Ora.luai of two medical
eollt'Kes, has len Immer engaged In the treat
ment of Chronic. Nervoin. rkin mil
iJlood Dtsoitses than any other physician In
Bt. Louis, aa city pxperi hw and all old red.
dents know. Consultation t office or T mall.
costs nothing. When II is inconvenient to vIMt
til city .or treatment, nierilriuen run he sent
by mall or exprens wrv where. 'nralil aes
guaranteed; whyre doubt exists 11 U frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervoug Prostratioa, Dobility, Mental tni
Physical Weakno, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bone.i, Blood
Impurilie and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sorei and Uloers, Impediments to
Marriage, Bheumatiym, Piles. Special
attention tocMeaJVom overworked brain.
SPHQICAL CASES reooive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eicewetj
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physlrlan paying
particular attention to arlaMofeaaes attains
great skill, and pbvslrlans In regular practice
all over the countrv knowing this, freuuently
recommend esses to "the oldest office 111 America,
w here every kuowu sppllauce ls resorted to,
and (ho proved good roindiea of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house e
asod forothce purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a repctful manner; and, knowing
what Ui do. noexperiments are made. On ac
count of the great number applying, th
charges are kept low. often lower than Is
demanded by others If you secure the skill
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sent to any address free.
pu'us. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for 60
cents In pntngc or currency. Over fifty won
derful pen pictures, true tn life, articles on tha
following subject. W ho may marry, who not;
whyT Proper age tnmarrv. W ho marry f rst.
' Janhood, Wouiaiihooil. Phvpleal decay. Who
should marry. Mow lite and hsi'plne may be
Increased. Tlinno innrrled or contemplating
marrying should read It. It ought to he read
by all adult Hrsnns, tbeu kept under lock and
nee anil inviion. a rrienn v lam or nisomnion
eover and Sis) page. 14 cent y mall, Inmou'
rpostag. . i i.
The Ideal Caligraph.
THt PEfFCt WRITINO MACHINE.
fcvry MtM bln warranted. Ad-
'liistuhlu tvne bars, perfect anto
uiatio pap'ur lead, even unvarla
bit toimnn, no lost nuitlon, barf -
iiled platen, light carriage. All
work oT three penman, much neater and more
lie. Price, 70.ou ana hs,uu.
PARKEll, Bim C0.,4W f U.SL Usa
Prices Paid for-
A powerful preoaratioucoui-
posed mostly of Essential Oils
be most penetrating Liniment
IkllOWn. Bo RnnAMitrntjui that a
will Panatrate to th very Bone,
IN! It will not Boll Clothing.
art ol tbe System.
in the Stomach and Bowels,
ets per bottle 1
FREE I FREE!!
This Beaton's Mew Deicrlpttv Catalogn and
Price List of
n. Drama. f
Farce, ' t
Guide Book, '
Scenery (paper) i
' Ethiopian Drama,
J Colored Fire,
Beard, Ac., Ac.
Id fact, everything for Amatenr Theatrical
SAMUEL PKENCH A SON.
- St B. 14th HUtie York.
LANE &B0DLEY GO'S
STEAM AID HYDRAULIC
' ' tntcvtn Art, ohio.
BRUIT tOB CATALOGUE.
N.W. Missouri Farms for Sale
I Bend for Hit ot CHOICB Farm In best stock
I rniintr tn th IT f! fl PflVmTfll'lf
V , i . VVab.O A VUIM
Albany, Gwutry Co., Mo,
K WHpapur AdTertlsiiiK Baroa. 10 Sprat St.. N.T
Cti 'IXtytn OUT Of ORDER.
J 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
H. Steaoala & Co., Cairo, III
L. C. BOYINGTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
Th meat nerfecthr halarred FOLDIJfO BKD la the
world. Substantial, yet so light that ae hlld ran opan
and close ti with ease. Tnev wmblne 6KIAT
BTRKSOTlT. BEAUTT and UTILITJ, it Is tha
VEItr BESt. mit rompsct, ASIKSt FOLDED
PUD. and is now offered to the public a tbe CHEAP
rf patent roMing Bed op the nuirkefc It ItOIf
IIZE8 HPArB, saves WEAK and TEAR of CAft
rKTafkeerS the BKPPINO CUAV FKOM DUST,
nd Is rsnldly superseiltt'g sll other beds In th
fMiillieanl th rich and poor alike Ui all section ol
tneamntnr. BrRRAr drbhhijiOCAwB,
BOARD. ! WHITINO-DKaiK mtflm.
Bund foe Descriptive and Illustrated Circular. ,
ractonj & Office, 14SS State SL Chicago,
v -Tf if V
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