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THE DAILY ' CAIRO.; BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
KPyspepsla is BAD.
BAp in itj effects on theiisposi
&.!? TJie mitt who can't com
fartaple digest his dinner is not
a delightful companion.
BAD in its effects on the house
hold. It sets people at variance
1 Vfith each other and makes them
. irregular and unreasonable.
BAD in its effects on the purse.
l 'A dyspeptic business man can't
' manage his affairs as prosper
ously as one with a healthy '
i stomach. , , ,.,
Brown's Iron Bitters is GOOD.
GOQDin its effects on the dys
peptic,' It gives him a sound di- i
' gestion and enables him to enjoy
the food he swallows.
GOOD in its effects on the family.
It drives dyspepsia out, and with
it the whole company of little de
mons that make nome unhappy.
GOOD in its effects on business. ..
With a sound digestion a man ".
can face and overcome worries
and troubles which would wreck" ,
a dyspeptic. .. ,
Try Brown's Iron Bitters. 4
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TORPID BOWEL8, J
. and MALARIA.1 '
Fitm these sources arise Uuee fourthi of
the) diseases of tbe human race. These
sjmptoms Indicate their exiatenoe : Lose ef
AppmUt. Bowels (oMlw, (tick Uud.
b,smUaa after Mtlu, aversion te
eiertloa of body or mind, flrnctaxiosa
f food, kritabUUv of Umper, Low
spirits, x Of karlng aegleetad
swswed.tr, DUiGiese, ruturinf at Ik
f.Dota befor. to eves, highly eol.
we trim; COftlTIPiTJOiV tad ds.
mand the dm of remedy that acts directly
00 the Liver. At ft LI ver rned loine TCTT'I
JILl hare no equal. Their action on the
Kidneys and Skin is alio prompt; removing
ail Impurities through these three
ttart of tho sreteaa," producing ftppw
nte.sonnd digestion, regular stools, a clear
akin and a vigorous bod v. TCTT'H PILL
auso no nausea or griping nor Interfere
With dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE mx UliB A SEW HAH.
"I hare bad DyspepHle, wttb Conttlpa.'
tlon, two rears, and mare IriHl tea different
kinds of pills, and TCTT'S are the first
that bare done me any good. They have
leaned me out uloefy. My appetlto la
plendld, food digests readily, and I now
tare natural poaesjros. 1 feel like a new
man. W.l). KDtV AEDS, Palmyra, O, .
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gkat ILum ob Whiskies changed In
stantly to a GLoeir Black by a tingle ap.
'tUnatJoa of this Drs, Bold by Druggists,
of wnt by ezpreM ou reoetpt of 1. '
"" Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TfTTI MAHAL Of OSEFIL RECEIPT! FIU.
TO PEESEKTE THE HEALTH
Cm the Nsgneton Appliance Co.'
Magnetic Lung Protector
PKICE ONLY- 85.
i t i I , I
The are priceless to lint is. etTLieM and
Oshldbss with viuloiiii: noceseof PKaunosta
M cbodp 1. ever kn wn wbcre the
nnneota are worn. Toey eleo prevent and cor
aavr DtmcvLTiia. cot.0. miacanTiex. mcaai-
L, TBBOATTROCeLiS, DirUTHIRIi. CAIABRH, AMD
aix mimast) oisiaas. Will wta any service
for thbj a rcaaa. Ate worn svr tae enaet-cioU'
law. i - - ; . ' . p V
p irpnpir It t needles to describe th
IJiLXili&ILLL) ymptonof thlsnsuseomdl
ee that t tapping tbe l fe and strentith of only
too loastefth fJtetud beat of both sea.
TKn. atnri and ntatfrk in America. Europe and
Balterns'sgds, have resulted In tbe Magnetic Lang
freiectoT, talrordiac enre r catarrtx, a renew
hich ennt.lnt No Uncno'KU or tbk SriTK, and
with the rontlnaona alream of MaD.usm per
Baatlnc throosh tha afflicted orsana, Koar as
aVOBI TRIM TO A BIlLTHT CT ON. Wl PLACI CC
raici for tbjta Apalianca at leaa than one-iwentleth
of the price aaked ty othera for remedlea opon
wttci t'O Itke aU taa.chaoeee, and wa cariaAL
VI lirrrt thapatroaafe of the at rtRaoaa who
H0W,T0 OBTAIN oTdh:0 JSSSSi
mimt ni1 ink for them; If they have not get them,
write to tbe proprietor, eucloelni? tha price ia let
tor, at oar risk, and tbey aball be aunt to voa at
oaee by mail, poxtpaia.
end .tamp for tbe "New Departure In Medl.
eal Treat oent Wfraotrt itiDioma," vrtvk tboo
. aande of tet!mmal".
I . 1HK MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
llg Htate Street, ChlciKo, III.
Wori.-flead one dollar la pot&X9 atamps or
orrtncyOn letter at our rrak) nn ue oi mo.
aaoally worn.ai.d try a pair of oar Magnetic In-
olee, aed be conviacrd of the power residing la
oar Xacaetic Appliance. Poaitlvely no cold feet
where thev are worn, or tnonev refonded. lm-iy
HE CITT NATIOi At BANK.
Of Cairo, IUinoia.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
THOS W. HALUUAY
JjJNTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W. HALL1DAY,
i : . Treaaarer.
et e t . hum .
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
i f. BROS8, Preatdent. I P. N4FF, VlcePrei'nt
lH. WBLL.S, Caahlur. i T. J. Korth, Am'I eaih
Broa.. iCa!ro I William Kiuae. .Calre
J. T. Clemon, Caledonia.;
Aid .ndbonffht.1 Ibtereit- bald It
the 8aviBi Department. . Colleeyqna made ana
r attended any . - '
8Utl ft Hortrot 8ti.,Chloago. .
npou. El" u. CAr 7
.. 7-.il -1 i.rto.to. Iimm M a
Lk. tm Amauti- uuti mm a
The: Daily Bulletin.
OmCEt NO. 78 OHIO JiEVKiV
OmClAL riPBR OF AUX ANDER OODHTT.
SMTKHKD AT TUB CAIHO POHTomCK FOK
TBANHMI8SION TIIEOL'OH TUB MAILS AT
BtCOND CLAM BATED.
TEMPERANCE COIl VENT10N.
y" ' ' IComtr.a'clcatad
Od Friday .morning tbe contention of
tbe Woman'i Chriitisn Temperance Union
gain met in their ball'. Tlie prayer eerrice
wucoudncted by Mn. Bristol, of Cairo,
after which the rep rti of the couuty and
district officers' were beard, fallowed by
animated talks upon temperance, literature,
finance, etc. Tbe committee on plans of
work submitted tbe following:
"We, your committee on plans of work,
recommend that tbe work taken up by our
district, "be "classified as follows: 1st,
Juvenile Work; 2nd, Young Woman's
Work; 8rd, Work Among Foreigners; 4tb,
Work Among Colored. People; 5th, Tem
peracce Literature; 6th, Legislative Work;
7th, Finance.' We recommend tbe appoint
ment of a district organizer. We recom
mend tbe appointment of standing commit
tees to interest employers to require total
abstinence am ng employe! ; on reform
work ; on prisons and j .its, and on temper
ance meetings to be held in homes, school
houses and rural districts. We also rec
ommend a committee", whose duty it shall
be to secure tbe nomination in our district
of candidates for tbe state legisiatuie, who
ill vote for tbe submission ot a constitu
tional amendment iving the full ballot to
the women of Illinois. We also recom
mend that all unions in our district appoint
a local superintsndant of "Union SiKual"
work, whose duty it shall be to secure sub
scribers to our national organ.
Mrs. Dr. Wardner, of Anna, was elected
district organizer, and the : following other
officers elected for the 20th district : Pres
ident of Maasac county, Mrs. Hout; presi
dent of Perry county. Mrs Humohrevs:
president of Union county, Miss Isabel
Bell; president of Alexander county, Mrs.
O. M. Alden; president of Jackson county,
Mrs. Carter; president of Pulaski county,
Mrs. E: J. Ay en; district secretary, Mrs.
Abbie feloo; district treasurer, Mrs. P. W.
Votes of thanks to the president of the
contention, to Miss Helen Hood, of Chicago,
ana to otner wont ers, were adopted, tor tueir
kindly counsel cheering words snd stirring
addresses. The convention also tendered
th&nks to Mrs. Thompson, of Anna, tor her
encouraging letter, her hopeful prophecies,
she being the oldest member of tbe Union
ia this district. To the pastor and mem-
berg of the Methodist church, who so cheer
fully tendered their cburcb for tbe conven
tion and lectures, tbey feeling that in so
doing they were helping to build up the
grand cause of temperance, and thereby
aiding and strengthening Christianity. May
God bless and prosper this church for
throwing open their doors to the "Union."
It wu resolved, also, to adopt tbe plan ot
finance already passed in six districts for
more efficient work in that line.
Friday atternoon Miss Helen Hood ad
dressed the convention in the church. She
vividlj portrsyed tbe evils of intemperance
among women especially, and described
scenes that occared, under her personal ob
servation. This lady in br eloquence, car
ries ber bearers with her, as she tells of the
grand and noble work tbe women of our
state are doing among the men, women and
children who so need a helping hand and
kind heart. Mrs. Walker, of the "Signal,"
followed, with an appeal to the people of
our land to see to it, that pure literature
wu placed in tbe bands of the children
She laid "men are known by the company
they keep, whether it be persons or books."
Her talk was full of beautiful sentiments
and furnished fool to the thinking; ones,
In the evening Mrs. Skelton, of Cbicsgo,
addressed the citizens on "Tbe Evils of In
temperance" from a scientific standpoint
She exhibited several charts and , plates of
the human stomach, showing that organ in
its different stages tromtbe moderate drink
er up to the man who died with, ulceration
or in delirium tremens. This lecture clos
ed the convention in which harmony and
pleasant feeling prevailed throughout.
r RIVER NEWS.
W. P. Lahbdiv, rive? editor ol rai Bullitih
and steamboat paaaenier acent. Or d era for all
klndi of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at sower's European Hotel. No. 7t Ohio levee.
STAOIS OVTBX BIVKE.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at B p. m. 10 feet 8 inches and falling
Chattanooga, Dec. 15. River 3 feet 1
inch and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 15. River 11 feet 7 in
j ( Louisville, Dec, 15. River 5 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 15. River 10 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 15. River feet 8 in
ehes and falling. .
St. Louis, Dec. 15. River 9 feet 2 in
cue and falling.
, . river tuns.
. The Ella Kimbrough leaves at noon to
day: - She will only go up the Mississippi
about 25 miles to' receive1 8,000 tacks of
torn, which he will bring here and leave
at noon to-morrow for the Cape. , .
The City of Helena from St. Louis 20
boura behind time arrived here at 4:80 p.
m. yesterday. She had a fine trip and de
parted for Vicksburg at 7:80 p. m.
Iu the war between tbe John S. Hopkins,
of tbe Evansville and Paducah packet line,
and Josh. V. Tbroop independent, which
has been going on for the last two or three
months, much to tbe interest ol the tiavel
ing and shipping public of that section.
Tbe Hopkins last woek registered 1,600
passengers, and to wind up the
matter the Josh. V. Tbroop run through
herself, which is not at all surprising. It
is only remarkable that she had not run
through every one couoected with ber be
Tbe Hudson had not arrived when we
cloned our river column. She bad about
125 ton of wooden waon material to take
on at Paducah which has detained ber.
She will be hereear'y this morning en her
way to St. Louis.
The tow boat Harry Brown passed up for
Pittsburg yesterday evening. Newt Pett
pilot brought ber up from Memphis and
stopped off here.
The Thos. Sherlock leaves here for New
Orleans at noon to-day. She has a fine
The City of Piovidence from Vicksburg
passed up last n'ght for St. Louis.
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville is due
to-night and leavea on her return trip to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Fayette Spillers, pilot of the Rhea, Geo.
Jobes clerk and Aleck Longenette, tbe
"medioine. man,". will all attend their re
spective places of worship this evening on
the arrival of the boat. We don't know
whether they are Catholic or Protestant,
but tbey have the name of being very pious
The City of Vicksburg is due to-night
from Sr. Louis for Vickeburg.
The W. P. Halliday left St. Louis last
evening fur New Orleans.
The weather is still cold and clear and
the rivers on a rapid decline.
Tbe Cons. Millsr from Cincinnati will
report here this morning for Memphis.
Tbe Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis is due
to-day for Cincinnati. See W. F. Lambdin,
paBsenger agent, and get cheap rates.
Yesterday there was only one steamboat
arrived from daylight until 4:80 p. m.,
which male things on the wharf look
Tie Lizae-EKn Club,
lrt odder rr'lit.'' tM-j-im Pres
ident as thclnb cainr to oidtT, 'd:
ole mnn Bireh cum ober to inv cabin
aa' cried bekase he hud not herum h
grunt an' famous man. It sot me to
"Cioero wan a great mnn, but I enn
not find it on record d.it h" ehor took
any mo' comfort dan Samuel Shin does.
Samuel has 'nuflf to eat an' drink en'
w'ar, an' of an ebetiln' he kin sot down
in a suuy co'n'T an' eat emow apples
an' read de paper. lie am harmless to
de community as he urn. Make a great
m:in of him un' he miht invent a new
sort o' reliyin, or originate a new
theory in pullytica, or do suutbiu' or
other' to upsiit de mind of half de
' Denin'uhenes was a great man, but
1 cHn't rind dat a coal dealer's collector
couid put his hand on hiru when want
ed, as he kin on (iiveadam Jones. You
can't And dat his wife was apwd cook,
or dot be had a bath-room in his house,
cr a cupalo on his ba n, or dat ho rel
ished his diuner any better dan Brud
der Jouos does, while he had de same
chilblains an' headaches an' night
mares. As Giveadaui now libs an' cir
culate children kin play with him,
wood-pile in his nayborhood am safe,
an mo dan one poo' fam'ly am indebt
ed to him fur a shillin' in money or a
backol of 'tators. Make him a great
philosopher an' who kin tell how many
rows an riots an' broken heads could
be laid to his door.
Plato was a groat man, but I can't
find dat ho was fed on pertiekler fine
beef or mutton, or dat his tailor gin
him an extra tit, or dat he got a dis
count when he bought ton pound of
sugar all at once. When Waydown
lieboe gits sot down in front of his
cook-stove, a checkerboard on his Jap
an an panful of popcorn at his right
band, wid live pickaninnies roll in' obei
each udder on de floo', ho um takin' a
heap mo' comfort dan Plato eber
dreamed of. He has no soarin' am-
bishun. He neither wants to save de
world nor spite it. lie makes no
prediekshuns fur people to worry ober,
an' his theories nebber jar the dishes
off de shelf. Make him a great man
an' his comfort an'happiness fly away,
an' he sots himself up to leach an'
command an' becum eberybody's an
'De man who sighs to trade fa'r
wages, a warm house an' a peaceful
h'arthstun fur de glory of Bonaparte
am a dolt.
"Do man who sacrifices his clean,
humble cabin his easy ole coat, his
co'ncob pipe an' his pitcher o' eider fur
de gab of an orator or de delushuns of
a philosopher trades his 'taters fur
windfall apples. Let us purceed to
biznBs." Detroit Free Press.
An Able Oabforuia Story.
One of the most noble teams on
record is owned by a boy in Tehama,
The young fellow's flyers are nothing
more nor less than two large sturgeons,
which were cnught by his father in the
Sacramento River, ., The boy's narao is
Frank Cooper Ho has fastened the end
of a strong rope to the tail of each fish,
and the other end is fastened to a bow
of an eighteen-foot boat. ;, Two cords,
fastened in. aome manner to the heads 1
of the fish, serve as reins, and the
owner of the team guides his fishy
chargers np Rod down st roam at will.
The other day he took a spin up the
river to Red Blufl',i 'accompanied by
three other boys, and at that placo the .
curious outfit attracted much attention.
Young Cooper contemplates- a trip to
Chico, and if the trip thus far ia suc
cessful, he will lay in a stock of sup
plies and continue his meanderings to
Sacramento. The first day these "water
horses'' were hitched tin thov "bucked"
Iwlth all the energy of a thoroughbred '
umuuieu au'xicau niusiang, jumping
and plunging out of the water, and
diving down .v far as their harness
would permit. But ahoy have been
broken splendidly, and cause no trouble
to their proud driver. When they are
not in use the fih are driven into a
large wooden cage, which was made
expressly for them. CAeo liccord.
If People Will Chew,
they should counteract the injurious effect
ot tobacco upon the teeth, with the ster
ling preservative and purifier, SOZODONT,
which not only whitens the teeth and rend
ers the gums healthy, but banishes from
tbe breath every objectionable odor. Cer
tain tooth powders, pastes and washes, al
though they cleanse, also injure tbe dental
enamel, but this matchless toilet auxiliary
preserves and strengthens it. Its origin is
botanic and its flavor and odor delightful.
"A Celebrated Case."
It seems probable that Mr. Michael
O'Connor, ol Galestmrg, III., is not related
to tne celebrated Charles O'Connor. He
says: "Samsntan Jservine cured me of
dyspepsia and general debility."
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you aro
OUious, uave sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low bnd depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of thoae
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents Tribune. 8old by ' Barclay
tfucKien's Armea salve
The BeBt Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box. For sale bv Bare Uv
Of tbe many remedies before the public
for nervons debility and weakness of
nerve generative system, there is none equal
to Allen s Brain rood, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
tails. 1 pkg., 6 for 15. At druists.
Free oi Cost.
All pusons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, ABtbma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of tbe Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Bar
clay Bros' drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (I)
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or Done. Messrs.
Shcrlet & Co., Ch'ncro, are making
specialty ot fine good, mid 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 tobhurley & Co., they will send
single article at the dozen price. Tbey are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Boutuern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master or umcago, Ocn'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others.. Goodn
sent on spproval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 Stare
Street, Chicago, 111. Sekd FORTHKrn new
ASD BEACT1FOLLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOG I'F.
JfW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Runniner,
Making Dibeot Conneotion
raaina Liatb Caibo:
3;06 a m. Miil,
ArrWlug In 6t. Louis 1 :45 a.m. : Chlcao, H:80p.rb. ;
Connecting at Odin and Brougham for Cinclr
natl, Looiarllle, lodtaaapuhi and points But.;
13 85 p. m. Fast 8t. Luia and
ArrlTlngm St. I.onli8:p. In., snd eonnactint
for all point West. ' ., i
3:4iS p.m. Fast Kxprsas.
For St. Lonls and Chicago, arrtviog at t. Loal
10:p.and Chicago 7:80 a.m. .
3:46 p.m. Cincinnati K proaa. '
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lomatnll l:5t
a.m.; inrjianapons :uo .m. mrain"n j
this train reach ths above points ltt to 3t
HOUKB in adTsncs ot any other route.
tyThS:50 p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLKBPIHOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltboot
changes, and through alseperato 8t. tools and
CStCSgO. I . . )
. ... JTaat. Tflme East. . , i.
raoSeilCera rn points withont an daisy
csosadby BoBdaytaMrrenini. Tha Batordiy after
aoon train from Cairo arrlrealn new York Monday
omlagatl0:U.- ThlrtyU soars in sdrsacsof
T other ronU, j i . '
ajarFor through tickets and farther information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad. Depot, Cairo. .
J. H. JONM, Ticket Agent.1
A. H. BAVIOn. Oea. Psae. Ajeat. Chicago ,
W in. :Jt,n.dwi e ; &
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Ml ywmw i
rrw dbops applie4 to the aiillae will Penatrate to th vry Bona,
md almost Inatanily RCtieVE PAIN I. It will not Soil CioLhlnc-,
iior discolor the Skin, or leavi
has NO KQrAT.fnrthe Cnroof KtnomatlMn. Sprites. Braise
Stiff Joint. Neuralgia, Lama Back, Cramps, Tooth-Aclio.l
So r Throat, Pains In the Limbs or In any fmrt of the i'yst ?n
and is eially efficacious for all pains In the 8tomach and Powels.
requirma a nowanui oinusive suniuiam. DeBwernn s Aimanur
Vsk your Druggist (or It. Price 50 cu per boMIe
l'reparcd only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
Wholesale Drnggliit. 8T. LOUIS, MO
MW A DV FRTlSEMKNTfi
No Longer Needed. '
The ol . f .(ih rmed, flow-acting plastera "mu-t
Ro IIcuk.il i'Halke Porout 1 lami-rn art the
bent. & ceiita.
E"th.:t'C!, (4 d'H!Kni). 8"methlne
good. M:illi'd on receipt of tt cents
in atampa 11 K A UN K A ( O , V.O. Hoi 1 R?, S.Y
WANTKD -Ladies and oun men wishing to
earn SI to 1 every dar nulet'y at their h imea:
worn furnished; ni hv null; no canvaaainc; no
tamps required for reply. Heme address bDW.
r. t'Ais a uo.,a ,Mutn main St., ran tmcr,
Mass. , , '
Cream Balm has enlned an envUhle reputation
wherever know:. ; d!spla. ing a I o ber preparations.
Send for circular contalnira full Inform tion and
reliable ttstimon als. Hy mall, prepaid. 50 cent a
packa stauipa received, bold by all wholesale
and retail drut'sl.ts. KLY'S KKAM BAI.M CO.,
Owego, New Y rk.
DllLVHU Hums. 5oc , Brroti. tOc., Mrs.
I 1 1 Tj t O Hrownlng. f5c.. ('ampt)eil, 40c,
""-a--' chsneer.floc.. Dinte, Mtc., Drvdea
50c , Goethe, T'ie., U tliipnilth, 5c, Ilemans, 5"c ,
Inad and Udys-ey, 70c , ilood. r0c.. Iniiel iW. 50c.,
Keats, 4 c., Mer dub, 50e., Miaou, 6c. Moi-re,
60c , Pope tC, Poe.lOe , SSrhlllr, 4.c., Scott, 50c
Tennyson, 60c. Y'rgl'.45c, aid others. Hldecloth
binding tent for t-xaiuinaiion before payment
on evideui:of good fivh . Catalogue free NOT
aoldhy deaers. JuHS B. Al.DDN, ruhltsher,
1 Vey8t.,?ew York. .
I h rxritira reniedjrfnr the sbors disaasa ; by ite
dm thoujaads of rat or too worst kind snd ot long
? tending have ben enred. Indeod, sostrongjs my
itb iolU efficacy, tht 1 will s-nd TWO BOTTLK8
FKKK, together with a VALCARLB TRRATlSKon
this d isease, to any nfTnr. Oi aapress and P. U
address. Da. T. A- 8UHJUM. 181 fwlM-W.
I W P WI"' HoCt'a Trnftkl Hnner's
iii v uiy JDaiHiitxneouauaidetoMeTsoreiauo
-t andOrtatr.i Price gli
V lit teacbany person
to play .0 pieces of music in one :
nay ton coma
noticsr . it from a tefcher n a month for . Try
it snd he convinced Mnmu eeonv Wil. Im aiAiled
to any sddrui's oirrerertit of cents In stamps hy
tt E A n c. Ml (l.,rul'lfier.V. J HOT 14rlfr, 1
When I say ouie 1 do not mean msrelr to atoo them
for i time aod then he t hem rst urn aralji , Itnejn a
ndicnl cure. I hne msde thediwsneof HTH.el !
LEP8 Y OK FA LLINO 6ICKNKK8 liJe4onjj study.
others haTsiailed is no rensnn for not now rManTin a
oure. Send at ones for a Trentia and a Bottle ol
my infallihle remedy. Give Kiprass and Postoffloe. It
ooata . iu nothing fur a tris, and J will enre you.
Address Du. U. C. SOOf;. W TaarJ St.. New York.
617 St Cbarlea Strtot, oT.Wiri$; MO. ' '
A.: rwRular, GvaOuat of two medlral
enllege, has t'en luntrer eiirlfred In tile trcat-
;ut "f Lliromo, iHrvou, hum anct
loo. I vM! i tli u n any other physleian In
t Louis, iu city, paper haw and all old rs. I
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
costs nothlnu. When II Islueouvenleiit torlslt
the city .or treatment, irmdleinvs run be lent
hy null or pxprs evm In n1, t'uranlr i se
giinraiiteed: whi te doiM tU tt.Uftankly
suifd.i Cull or Write. ,
W"rvona Prostration, I'ebililj, Mental and
Physical Weafrnesy Mercnriid and other
affections of Throat, Skin and boaes, Blood
Impuritisi and Bloody PoisonLng, SUn Affoc-
i 'ttoDB Did Eorel ad TjTtWtlnipotagrfliito
Marrise, Sheumatism, Piles. SpeoiaJ
attention to oitsea from oyer-workad brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive upccial attention.
Diseases arising from Icprudences. Excesses,
ladulgeioaa or Erposuras. '
It Is self-evldnnl that a ptiTslrlen paying
partlculsr atti iillon to a-l;iM ofeanei attslns
great skill, and phvsielsns In regular praetle
11 orer the country knowing this, freo,eutly
recommend ess to Ihe oldest office lu A mrli'a
where every kuowu appliance la resorted to.
and the provd (rood reined ! of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house l
used foroiHce piirrwes, and all are treated with
skill In a resetful manner; and, knowing
, what to do. iioexrluientssreuial. Onae
count of the great number applying, the
' charges sre kept low. often lower than a
demanded hy others If yon secure the skl'l :
and get a srwdy aud perfect lil'w cirre. that la
the Tinportaut matter. PauiphUt, H page!
sent to any addreia free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pa"..
F.legsnl clotb and gilt binding. Bealed for 10
rent In postnge or currency. TWer flfty won
eenta in po'Mge or eurrenry. vrrrr nuy woo.
derful nen picture, tine to life . artlcleson the
followlnij subjects . Who may msrry, who not;
Jlanhood, Wouisnhoi'd. Physical decay. Who '
rhould marry. Mow life and happiness may be
ncreaned. Those married or cnnteraplatlng
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by all adult ieraois, then kept under lock and
' erpoatage. ' ' -
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A puwcrrul IKtHiaJutMUiXlu-
loaed mostly of Fsfi'tlntl Oils
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THE KUIlSUEEnr M'F'O CO.,
' Mew York City.
Mention this papnr.)
IIOMK. -THE OKPHaNS'
We havu had a grest Inr'rov.'ment In the health
of ourchlldreu hy tne useof S-vilt'a Speed-. We
had am'iug the chiid'-n some wuo knd scrofula
notably one case in which u ash
We got some of Swift's Specific an;l gave It to this
case, and In a short wLlk It wax cured sound and
well. It was as bad a rnc, I think, as 1 ever saw,
and bad been under excellent pbyelciat.s wlih no
permanent ben fit. Wu have 1 "en giving li to all
the cb'ldrun aa a hes tb tonic. We have four chil
dren snd one e imsirus- v. ho. tor yearr, havu suf
fered i-ionelv every spring w th erysipelas, and
Ihoit'.'h they had been taking Swift's specific only
In sm ill doses as a health lon'e, th"v all, withont
eicepll .n. passed tbrout-b this spring without a
touch ot the complaint.
A youue lady of the lnvtit :tlnn, who haa been
with ns for yeara, bna th en tron hied with a most
B"graBti'd ra h ever since sho waa . child. She
tried all the known remedies that are prescribed
or It with noberttiflti but sho haa been cured hy
taking Swift's bpcclnc, and has had no return of
It Is such an ejyellent tonic, a d keeps the blood
so pure, tbst 'be sy stem ia lesa liable to contract
disease. All of the teachers snd chlliireu who are
old enough to know agree wilh mr In believing It
Is the gratet medl"tn koown. My fallb In it I
uubotiudud.acd I and my assistants take great
pleasure In recommvndiu It to every one. I can
at all times be found at the Hume, and will take
ilcs'nre lu seeing or corresponding with any who
I Interested iu the remedy.
i Hsv. L. B. PAl.'-E, Orphans' Home,
M icon, lis.
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants. THE fWIF'T ol'ECI K1C CO.,
.. . Dmw r 4, Atlanta, Ga.
A TTew and t ompieto Hotel, fronting e
Second and Railroad Streets.
Tbe Panenger Depot of the Chicago, Sit.
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central: Wabash, Mt.
Lonls snd Pacific; Iron Mountain snd Southern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cslro snd St. Louis Railways
are all Juat across the street: while tba Stoamboat
Landing Is bat one square distant.
This Hotel la heated by steam, has stean
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Klectrlc Call Bells,
Automatic Flre-Alanni, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointment.
Baperb furnishings; perfect service; and aa aa
U. P. PARKKKfc CO
PROPRIETOR OT SPROAT'8 PATEUT
Wholesale Dealer in Ioe.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WIU
TACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Speoialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,